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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890061001 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. S-T- ''M' np'm"' A Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XV11I. STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, JUNE 10. 1S90. IDTotic. NO. 29 er i MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. stlnct with man to climb tho rough nearer ami nearer tho top, until we reach For Salo-'-Bric- k Residence mountain side in search of the rest ho is the plane we have m long nought. A Trenton, J., wife ;u,IUi a di- - Alt p.rtu. knowinK thrm.ee to be indebted InKhir h I now live, west Main tret, and the A Pleasant and Successful Session Closes Hiiro to Unci when he rotichi 8 the top. , Then it is we le.tlue our school tolls buitliew block kn n the iwIev l.lo.k, c ' In Brilliancy. ' A patty traveling in the Went conclud-.nreovami that we rent on a height,. Court Snuati, Stanford iuiMmeat ncc, ana .tit patties having claims J ll ()W SI.BV K SpM"B b0",U'tit win prc.tnt tl.rm prop.rly proven to of Stanford Female ..1 in vli.iv tin. . .lm.u. nl Mt. whore Ih.ri reiins... Kmiose from thu lllO . . Another Hensinu w.tn,., ti.ci.ex .v;iuy L.i ... .. . . . " -- ."00 couits in the United. .n., , -- .. ...-- . ilinr College was brought to a fitting close at shustn II l IIIMl llltIV tllll I1UL UllUlllI 111 .. ' IIUIIIIItJIIB llllll' Bl'HUUI IIII-- . Ul lUIIItU r. . .. " imios.iuuiorlzeil to grunt divorces and midnight, Friday, in interesting exercls-- i nHcl,n, tlu. knob, but after resting n tiny we are not ho in one mnrriNge in every 28 is thus an We are stamtmif the Clark Cwih hore at or e that were presented in an aitistic man-- at tlu foot of this Holitarv monarch of the ine that we have reached the topmost nulled Harvesting Machines For Sals, .it McKmnef at West, they decided on the morrow to 'height of the hill of science or that our nor, without a hitch or a lull in t Married, Thursday, 0th, by Hov. J, Colt I hae for We are con- - H. one Wood $10 to Insure a Living torest displayed by an audience that fill- undertake the perilous accent of his education is completed. Tercy, Win. F. Clvmer and Miss I.ticv Hinder, one vile nt luster warehmi.eHay Itakpn, llmkcye Mower and two Ml auditorium, nailery, aisles, lobby and round height. l.ong before the sun had vinced fiom the experience of those who Hourne, both of Lincoln county. ban-- , nil compiratle!y m w. (Ilifof the Kjku4 Ik lie n well tired and a No foal getter. Manev Rake, lrrle the liaj fiom the awath to the due w hen mare is parted with or hred to another overv niclie and coiner of the Opera risen and the hi ril.s left their nliices of have succeeded in life that when we Imr.e. I.nn retained on all celts till money is I will sell them all low. li atnek witbimt caster Itecord. ihdk J KOSTI.K. st.inf..td . 3 DUNN & TANNER. pid T House. As the building can seat about willied fortli from tho cniiin. leave school we have nnlv begun to 2t Dr. 15. F. Phillips, the Danville, 000 people, there must have been dressed in suits that would stand the climb the height on whose summit we wholesale liijuor dealer, ami Miss Uettie j,, nIi tormH a,i would pass through will find repose. Look for an instant at 750 present. Hardly a man was permitDelton were married at th" bride's sis-his seat, being forced out jo tlL. jnKi0. vc. took with us a guide tho life of Thomas Carlyle. He was the ted to retain E. tei's, Mis. Louise Van Winkle, last week offer for sale private!) my Farm known as the make room foi the ladles, who fllletl mi (jt, m.smry provisions. Thus son of a stono mason and received his Mr. Samuel I!. Newland and Miss old I.ewik I.uiisbrd place, near the Stanford and nearly every chair iinheauiliUirium and ',tll.p.,L.(j VVI, XVoiiiiiI our way through education under main dilllculties and May lu, v. r ill run a Comtnenrinff Monda, Lancaster pike, and runniii); nearly to Dix Rncr, Annie K. Murphy, daughter of .Mr. Lolie wa(;on and dcli.er ICr nt the hon.e of containing 112 Acres It is VelI improved, has made it look like a veritable Mower gar tho bushes and briers to the base of the trials. After his education was corn- - gan Murphy, person in Stanfrrd who it Ni.tif) bikkI cuttrn, and the land is in a fine state of culobtained license and were ever, you tin if ". ih to We ftrved den of beauty. tivation Call on or addrt s me at Gilberts Creek, mountain. Who eon tell with what in- -' plotod he tried several professions, but tnuiried at the bride's IIKI.MKK. CI.AUS home Sunday. k S I. WITHERS. school girls were on hand want content wo sot forth to explore none that he had yet tried suited him Tho pi. ty Charles W. Shiveloy, of Campbells- it tin. iiiit.nlnted hour and nioumtly at H the wonderful dome of this mysterious ami hedterminud to be a writer.. His .. I villi, and MUs Charlena Clark, of H.ir-D. A. BEHEUICT&CO., o clock President J. M. liuuiHirti, woo mountain. As the sun rose the long works wore for a long time In vain, no bourville, were married last week. The! eur-- , ihju of hills of which this was one of believes in being outline, rung the the one would listen to him or read his groom is a Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, and popular tain up and after requesting the audieme points could be dourly seen above theKioks. His first great work was drummer. In the (.orporute limits of RowUnd. TANKOKD. KV while above them all towered nized bv onlv two men. but when he to be quiet, asked lev. T. .1. (Jodbey to 'John," said the minister, "will you II J. I1ARST. Kowlatiil. Divine blessing, which he did the point toward whichwel.nl set our reached' tho height he was seen to be Wells drilled to order and l'uiii invokothe t limited at take this woman to be your wedded Factory prices. x words, ami the ex- - fiav9. After wo had traveled fcome ilia- - one of the leading men of his time. in k few wife?" "Xow, here, parson, what's the 3G. rcises were inaugurated by a very cred- - tnuee we wore obliged to leave the high ' Some young ladies enteitain very use of asking questions Hko that ? What rendition of Kiitiuitan by Misses and climb through bushes and taken ideas concerning school life." They I. 31. IJIiTLCE, Dealer in do you suppose I am after, a divorce'."' Alpha Tyree, Annie Pishinuu, Km urn briers and pull ourselves up Almost per--j anxiously await commencement day and -L- ife. . Owslev and Susie N'ewlfliul. A class of ptMitlieuliir Imnks, while the rocks rolled when "Time's falling moments" have ... .Minnie runups, daughter ot. WELL PttFERS. livsry, .miss large girls then recited mi unison K'ii- - H,i 8liipl frnii under our feet. Our brought the long looked for occasion, , STAN'FtlRD, K. H. It. Phillips, and Mr. It. IJty lvhnoiul-& OILS. Stuekv Hello" and nMiiaU.r set "Kdlth's ioi, OI, the bushes ami shrubs would they imagine the goal is reached, that of the Marion National Hunk, will be VARNISHES, ETC , ecret" in a clear and distinct manner, Kjvv wy and wo would fall hick almost the uttermost height is gained and they married at the Baptist church in this followed by Miss Gertie .rntl.v, who ren- - llfJ fur U3 wu ia,j advanced. The further uuticipato pleasure hencefoith in reclin-lerSI'KCIAI. A 1TLX 1'IDN to COMMEUCIAL - KENTUCKY. city Wednesday evening. Lebanon En DANVILLE, travelers. Ilonc and mules bought and sold. "Flying Jim's l.eti" with mtirti we iitM'uiitloHl tli tnoro mikuihI U h?uiiiciI. Inj on bels of ti ease. Sooner or terprise hoMesnnd ehlcles ued in lien. WVI.L I'AI'KIt AMI DKCOIt VTIOVS. the lars- Only . . .. spirit and elocutionary otlect. Tho ml-- We hud not traveled much further up later they will be aroused from this Kentucky, ev. .Morr s Kvnns, nt is re t eneo with all the latest and ""ck ... i,emrai decorations most . exercises by the smaller girts this dangerous height when it began to lusion and unless they press onward and 111 tills place, ' HARRY A. EVANs, yestertlliy, llinrrieu .IlfS known to the trade Room Mouldings and I was given in perfect time to the music n,n. It mined on the mountain as It upward Shudes in endless ariety I'RICKS THE i Annie Heltl, niusu- teuelier at Madison j.ow Kst and work THf: iikm' An carefully m,j never mined in the valley ANALYTICAL OHPJMIST, w K bhghil mt, "'' and rhowed that they had been 1,cltea MoTV Feninle Institute, itndl'rof. I). V. Hat-- 1 "',", ,nn ' k"u,,y ord"!JHare lnMiuiikiNdHiliMii, trained. Miss Alpha Tyree favored the ,w. The black clouds seemed to come, S1ANFORD, KY , snn, of Millersburc College. Tlie mar-atidience next with an instrumental so- - down upon us, the lightning Mashed in, rinve was a surprise to all, no previous' Engineering and Surveying in lo. which eliciUnl much applause. Ik- - blinding shoKtoaroun.l us and the thun-- ' ,.,,., jIr Hlm deHvennl the anntnl intimation bavinc been iriven. Kieb-3 Q 3R 9L 3C all branches. sidawtmlthofbeauUful Mowers arils-- ,,er rolltHl i n homy dfening sound u, id WsV. which possesso.1 tho n.urit both tnon.l lteyiiter. arranged n the shapt" ol n thnt matie even the rocks tremble for ul(l H,iriJ,lrillUMle49. P.of. Ultllng in Uwir security. During this dimlful of CHURCH AFFAIRS. c IMiu lnun.UK, n count of my old Rgv. .m.s0Iltw, tlll. to the (Turn biwinvM. offer Tor siilo cnvutrlr mv Heaven very oxcvUeu y. io o e, .y ston.i we had no pluce of shelter; it was Kmdmtm acco.nimnying it with a few! , Thisnot.ce forewarns hunters, fishermen and intrfftit in the lintel Hon iKcapifd by me, lhree IMIm i (,t ev,n safe to stop o the wayside; vvoM-(lurmprly clll the St. in Stanford, Ky , others not to trespass on our lands without perh class th.t bkv advice and cn.n.endatlon, and mntalsu tlW furniture ami flxluit. mission, as all sin.li will he prosecuted to the The lloui extent of the law Signed ure of motliKbl I.H.nte.1 on Main Mreet, 1,1" : nisSlokeof the k:. the te.itre id1 bi.Mn., nu a inr'e aiHl desirable I). V. HOLMES ""-- Dr P. W. LOGAN, i"i iw viiiwht iiiuiiiiuiiii MTHini '""".v nj ..i ibb iwii-i..,anil tlii e.swiiem fufllttV 110 htUl' diin:e of Ins t ilities. patronage ami U dwiijn pnttltable butiuen. It is PHILIIERT RICHARDS ...,, ri.-.JOSH ADAMS l.v Miu, suhawnlMtl brick building of over 30 nmu,uith ...i.e.... '"" .! W OAIN'ES. "" "" V, - "' M'J'iMt its nmss of nxkannd ."i".'- e,1SoU.tHl for . the next session, which bo The new MetboiliKt church at i'ine-vill- e twnMorc nHn r merchaiHllsiiig, a guml MHble Mrs. SAMKORD IRWIN, J. B. McKIXNKV, JOHN' O. LYNN, ..,., beuenth Flm litillon. a very so pnor piece ol r,,r,.l, l.v Ti, etth. We and mher aipartentiHC Miit...... Mrs ALICE TUCKER JOS. UALLOU. will be tleiHuntetl on thettli "Norum" was skillful-..,." ruag.- -i 0n until It" hootmo uumifa ........ u' Hutnnnry work. Til OS C HALL o a atvrtt I,ohm. and lot in Hutonwlle, Ky t iiiihios, Annie ..:... wiaiiiuuii, .i- - in this month. Hishott Wilson, who ly executes! by Mnt0s Uovlw 'IUJott, prtMe.l furtber on aecount of the nih .ll3s I Cult! well the was lXpH.(wi to l)0 jlore, it Ims been Stanfil Ik a pnpenn town with a population . II.. .,4 ' .sitl llt.Kftttflll sttlul Miul t."K ll . II phu Tyree ami low Jill.. V ,ie to xrdMW, the benediction was pronouue- - f0,u, will l,t. I)r ' i,io, rapidly readme, in a pi.NHrous isMiction; , ntn,.0 of .... .... to lluiel buMiiem, ami a for imire, a K'i Wi'.liaiiii. thelntterUifcinp the ...... .lias Dcen ntten.l. and tn.Ko I i.ice t..i railt.Md. with propi'ct deirulle communi-thmk oose heir ho.d in the enrth and ,M'y .... .... v i simjis ......i .i. i.i. , .. ...i..ia ...... i..c iwiwi l'oinier em.'eett to ... , ImiiKl.i ilnun ll.ai.lu w. ll.u ...n.i li , Mlul Ijtlini Ml'AllltllT. uim MRS aipk 1. u. 1. Ule in ... u. i.f ...v ...i..ni..., wnoitisiic hession 01. omnium ruiuaii: I desire to sell my larm of about 130 acres, situ Mr j the ttetticntory exoieises. Terras ami further particular. nviy;ie had by fine ated about 1J4 miles north of Stanford on the be . urUiin lropMl here and nxe on ,rtlroyjnR eveiythin in their wny. In College was at an etui. Kverythin pass- Miller V Ovfler attoriie)).. or n.)ielr Itush llranch pike, opposite the old church. There vj0 Messenger. M C t'OKI'MAN. Stantonl tlie.HlnthenierUas of lame pirls, who a are about 50 acre in wheat and re; the balance we were s:aici t ravel int; on wl oil' in a most Hitisfaetory uiaunei, Dr. T. U. Carter, editor of the Metb of the farm well set in timothy Good dwelling vent tbnMitfli tho various WHenvri. our itM,rnr.v .uhieh seemed .when look- . .1... ..r. .. II. .f .ill itfiiiix ir.itt.1 fllii. I, tl... ...;. ........... of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new -T ." ...v. hhisi AIIVOUUU, 0110 OI UIU lllOsl. proilll ' x N Mit Inj; abore. to meet the hky, but to look MMiirriw,ituiaii.vii... barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can I with the precieHne.HS of LJ L ... ti,u vr.ntl, evident deliuht of those wliosul thruiiv'h ....ntMiitlimli be jli en immediately. For particulars, .e J. P. ilivi.iM v . . . . . Opl.fhn Ijrekey wive a very chaniiiuj: HroHmi OM ,,is Ikuley, Stanford, or write the undersigned at ilI mountain fcceno the four hours that tlie projrminuio con KY dillions switch, alu wlQ tWo years ne raceJvetl thel E. WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. rendition of "Uobert of Uuroiii" niiu wi,(., ctrek'lie! out on every side, mnd, suniod. The younj; ladies wore tho io R0j,i voU, 0f thuSoutli for Hishop of the Dealer in wns lull; as JIim Annie t.reon jnnjiti,. an, rtiirirl, one could not help ci,,iet'8 of many lloral ollenns ami Southern Diocese Ls tbu defendant in a. flnnrlc "Wntinne TTnrn nunc THE COEKEKGIEL HOTEL ighter." Itoth Iorclviiir that nature had made this 111 'The sioux Chief's , diiate in addition to many of church trial at Chattanooga, now beinir, if thi'M. voiiti" ladies ilit aiiinaliiuly . Shoes, Clothing. Hardware, niotuittiin as interesting as imvsible. Tiie ..... 7. ... 1.......1 .. m. u.,....ii i... J. II OWENS, Manager, ' .v... .,. conducted bv a number Of ministers of Hoots, ware, Tinware, Furniture and Queens- . . a iimw iu loiiiBiiiirain, I... Mel .hub wim .imiii Hi...... ... !....!.. immuiiso Imish, clotliwl in '.., n( rnitli !imi Prtllf,.l.,i0,l!.. the conference on the charge of nihil-- 1 General Lino . ... .. ... ...i mm: n fitttnlliir ..I.I.. Croccrics, Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. .i tui.i iiiKiiiy run"'""" ::"."- stsoiueu iar away uonoain us, vei narK aim The Mishion inst clusetl has nrov tery. .. i.ll.! Kancv Candies. Crois Ties. &c. ..... mmi nun ic, .........,. I lue taken charge et this popular hotel treatitl the audience to a SOI- O- llll'..il ,,0()Inr . iiko . ..:!.. tnoi.. ...... Mllllliailll .. a. .a. ; .. aian.aa.a.a o kick hii ii. siood ..... uu vurv . The dedication of the Morelntld All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods. and intend to run it in a tint class manner in every .. . ...a. - . t . III .....!..!... ..!.;... ..... .. on" IIUI'll ere tive. rresidont Hubbard will redouble niiio ui iiiu iiiuiiiiuiiii up iviiieu we im 4,v' niK. Liung.ton. Ky. respect It is heme papered and painted from Methodist church was largely attended ..... ... .: ......I......... top to bottom, the bedding is bein; renovated and w j ...!... .1. XV ...... III. i. eveil Will HIS- lUUK IU niUIU. II 8KI'lllimillllll);iiH. Mim Plum .1... .... v. ........ more nIj the crowd enjoved both u Hpintunl eieruluns done t make it pleasant and nf'M'nr.' eouraging, for wo were getting wearv his ctlorts to make : guests. The tMe shall neier be surpasswent throuKh tho long recitation " worthy of support and with bis accoin- - and physical feast. Kev. II. C. Morrison ed by hotel, in thi section J II. OWENS , v wend ouri adise of l'eri, ...i.i,n..t a innnmiit'M luwl- nnd hwtrtsick; but, hhtil cor ' is ot ,ri,w,i ,a!,ic,. nreached in the normmr and afternoon nhshed ......... .i mil' ..Clll. ....... II. 1. .11111. 1..'. ....... l.i.... ,.n...l .l.,.... l,i c ""-'Season opens Juno It with a Cr.ind Hon on 1, ",X """ ,""- iu,is, ,0 J3 aure that he will bo able to do and carried the people away with llis Enday ee, June Dante called at 8 30 slurp. ,." r..,i.. Mr f. ' ... .i .".." p.issauio precipice : .miv, veruv, hiicii Mlinii iiiusi nuvu iiiu.h- ! K3G The following announcements are drollery and eloquence. I he remaining L, IST. KArB, (0R goAkU FKOVI -- v moment tie en- - ' 1,m,, , ....:,., inouier icei r i ' inougiu iniisi noi mr was raised and the Lord per Week tlebt of , soo I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dothrs for inform,!-tio- n , ..... ,.,w.m bv ll... chemical , nu iiusn un niujiiuiui muii, I.OO iriuiuiLif, uiu iiuwiii 111111V1...M on conviction of any unauthorized person Miss A mall, of Georgia, a graduate of was not mocked with mortgaged proper - .. JI(e1,," .. j.lli.,lt...l .aa 5 .rTba i, aIi ..lit.... Tight tl.tshed on her did not disconcert t i . wvtvaayvia mi mill atavu ...! ... " ...... .. t Tl. l.iobnr illtttt.sr. ii'.u n ".nii.lniit fjlttflf- - Kpnt. nr liHoL u ""'' of the nuratlve. .,, W) wore , H,B,lt of tllu f.Urv iUul of'li.e.ew luigmmi ivoiisorviiior, 9o.oa Found Cutting Timber or Dam,er or break the thread and no one went Horse, fed. per Veek .I.OO AMolinsolobyMr. It. II. D.u.ks show- - Ul0 t01,, tIOIl in the fullness of"it.s .nean-- ) Ustinguished teacher of music and and co.nprehens aging any Improvements ho members have done ,, ........ ..einiinstliM. takes charge of the music away hungry. "a t. sennvVM our. 50 ai... ..r..n v W..11 ni . ......1 On the following properly: v i iu:u ..v..j , .1 eiiiiuiuuii ,, .t ,. i , ing we reaii7.ett, uu evurv ueigiti mere i.. i . i ... t....- v..,.,... ,......, .. ...ni.ii.nl Instrument i.iKl ho re- - i:.. no.se. " ,, fi.it .. nc.c7.iu was i i esc, - en.irtmuiu. mio is n nnu vocausi. .hiss ' 1. ...... .... 1,'i.i.v 'Ihelarmsat Highland known as W A Cash's, rnn' the they have built and tho manner in which Tun Hutchison's, George llaugh's, Ilastin Heirs', oeivcl numerous tiouipietd lor nis ''; tHi to our view, how totally unlike, any- - Tipton, of Tennessee,.. a graduate...i of ...:.. 11 . . . . H P Young, I S Young's 11 acre place, W Ter.:.....! reuboily .xorm.M uouege, .osuviue, win mrj f.,rt A larecliuisrecitLHl"Sanilalphon ry's, Wm Long's ti,ij, wu had ever before wituessed. At Cox s Gap W. Hutchison's 40 acre farm, Night's assist in tho literary department and ' "Midsummer an-AND DRIPPING SPRINGS. .inn in. Freeman and K. E.IIarren's timber tracts on Iluck iningtno u itli what delight 7 with sweetest mel- , Creek, 107 acres, John Turnbull's, 5t7acres, John L'tvn instructions in culihtnonics. nils. Dr.'ittn" ,,l,t" the air , acres, 11. ... wo looked around on this gnuul view ladv is well versed in modem methods E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor lluchanan's, 301 acres, M.J. Harris'. s,90 14 acres, Hotki. Katydid. ...... ... ........ Powers', too ..teres John Auderson .mihi o,i. .Biireailotit like a panorama around us of instruction and discipline. Miss Heu-- , ""Y Wash Harris' 537 acres, Freeman's, 800 acres, To Jh Friends an n I'atp.o.vs: I have " late perioriiieu 11 " Robinson Mill tract, 1. Tobin's farm, linant and what plctisute it was to look back Ken-- , this day taken u new lease on the Kidd'sfarm, Joel Petrey' farm, A. Gooch's larm, done. inger is a member of a No Hotel in Kentucky has a brtter reputation, lueans that it was peifectly W. Collins' (arm, on Glade Ridge, 600 acres, Henand its proprietor is determined thu Mik.4 and see that we had overcome all the tucky family and a distinguished gradu-r... 1.. .....ti.n... ..f ll... eocuimi "Old Dkiitino Simhm.s." ry Miller's, too acres, Henry Miller s, 442 acre, shall be maintained. ... ..l.r . Stepheti llitrch's, s acres, D. It. hdmiston's .......M ato of the Art School of Cincinnati,' The place contains :!0 looms, including .iiary i. viiiii-i- .l....,lit..r ........ .orillllltv rest in this K.len. tract, Strode Home, Cottaze near depot at Crab tho Above us was ami "The Lodge." It will a Orchard, Hotel, Cottage and Storehouse at man'. Mr. lVter Carter, was here introwhere she is taking a He has recently added to its appointments sky of an intense blue; not a cloud to J OTTK.VHKIMER. look- course and doing order woik. All these not be run as a hotel, but simply as a 0.1.6m Agent for Owners duced bv Prof. Hubbard. She was obstruct our gaze into the vaulttd heav.. .. n ..in ing exceedingly wen 111 wiiuo nun. umu, en, while on every side was all that we ladies have received special instructions quiet cottage resort and as a place to presented make excursions to for the guests of moire triinmings, natural (lowers and ru- could wish, the huge trees waving, their in their professions and have The distance is only one testimonials from the very highest an- - "Green-Briar.which set oil" her natural by ornaments, ' outstretched arms in the cool breeze, thority os to character and competency. mile and I shall connect the two places To accommodate the demands of his increased ery handsomely, and read tho while charms the birds sang menily among The present management of the College by a fast pony express for the accommo-wil- l transient patronage. Uest Turnouts furnished Newport New Mississippi Valley Co , "E. D. ' following ess.iv gracefully and distinctCommercial '1 ravelrrs and others. Solid Vcitibulrd Trains to leaves. their adhere stiictly to the poli-- dation of visitors at both places and hereafter ly At our feet the pure, clear water bubPhiladelphia cy of employing none but Conservatory about twice a week the guests of Green OS KAKUY IIKU.IIT THKIIK I.I IIS HKCOSK. bled forth from the ground and run with Baltimoro, Now York, Man has from the beginning of creaand Normal school teacheis. Wo be- - Ji iar will go over, accompanied by the N a gentle murmur down the dangerous All points East and Southeast. lieve that our people will come to see, band, and give the cottagers n ball. There tion associated rest and repose with the MT. VERNON, KY. Only one night out Irom Lexington. steep we hail just ascended. To look ami will will be no public picnics at Old Dripping idea of elevation. the advantages thus presented Corrected lime Card in Effect an. u, ijeo stlll maintain Tm M was truly u scene upon this goodly laud All and no private picnics will bo allowed II1C itl fine repuUtl0n. CharSes reasonable. Spe- give tho College their best support. Miiii'h original conception of Heaven TdaTTy! FastMaill Acqom. Vti, Daily was a place above us ami that such us m.iu cannot often enjoy in his of us are mutually interested in the, unless by lirst obtaining written pennis cial attention to the traveling public. STATIONS. Daily was that it Express. Ex. Sun. Ex. Stin, shoit, restless life; but to dwell here success of the institution and should not sion. The Lodge, !l rooms, will be M. P. NEWCOMU, Prop., was a place below us. Hut ho can Hell Mt- Vernon, Ky. t l.ce Stanford would surely make one desire to live ti 31 n'n 3 17 am 12 31 n'n our daughters away, when all that ed at $10 per week. All the other parts see now how mistaken his ideas were 6 10 pm 11 40 am 5 30 pm " Lexington " Winchester nt of the buildings will be lented two rooms places would always. 7 00 pm 13 45 pm 6 40 pm any school can give can be obtained since he knows that the two OLD" K. U. Junction ........ Just so it is with our school lives. We dome. one room for lodgmg every twelve hours by sro per week for " Ml Sterling 7 30 pm aj pm 7 40 pm change localities morning, light " Morehead I 19 pm a 43 pm a3 stat t from home in the anil one small one for cooking. Will, WEHT1IERFQRD HOTEL. tho earth turning on its axis. ' Olive Hill . i ij DEATHS' DOINGS. " Ashland 10 30 pm 5 35 pm to each furnish one plain easily lliul a place for Heavon hearted and happy, knowing nothing of He can Ht'SIONVILLE, K. " Catlettsburg 10 43 pm 5 jo pm ......... room. stars that shinn ho the toils and trials there will be in our In 07 pm 6 25 pm . " Huntington among the Thomas W. Means, tho iron king of - Proprietor. Le.Huntiiigtoli boating will not be permitted around P. W. GREEN, 13 30 am tilled with the ,. brightly obovo us, yet so far from the lives. Our minds are 5,3 am Arr Charleston Hock Iron region, died at the place and perfect order will be inaiiv " CIlftBii Forge. .J 73! am o'f man. easily imagine thought that we will soon know how to tho Hanging He can Haung leased the alovu hoiel.'iefitted and re reach ' Lynchburg .... 11 4s am tained. just as well as our elders, Ashland Sunday. furnishr d. I am prepared to accommodate the puh- " Charlottesville ...to jo am . .. v.oou the sun us God's throuo with till tho read and write s He style Katos rcasonauie aged SI years, .;nuul Hall and Ticnic nt Green-Bria- r a 33 pm " Washington.- ,.... hayo already climbed tho rough .. . Mr. John Dallard, i Lnery and sample Kooms attartteo .... . .n ,. stars as woilds revolving nround Him in who " Baltimore ....,.. 3 ji pin 01 iieiiinuat-iioi.-u.i juh- Itli. I), u. Slaughteii. ' Philadelphia 6 15 pm . . . Hut ho inountaiu. Hut who can mako us real ilieil near iiignianu, perfect peace and harmony. for 'JO years of iJaacBBter liecord, Lebanon Knterprise " New York ..i y to pm w, fair a ize the trials to bo gone through with tlu? Itl.. Ho was deacon " Richmond, Va. 1 a Jim concluded that they were all too ..... . churcli anil atngii- aml uiuiimond Hegister.conv. D. G. S. OldPolnlComfort, 1ULEY HOUSE, '' Norfolk dilliculty to until they have been taught us by expe- Mt. Moriah Christian ". place for Hell and in his ...... ..J 1.. .....wf ..il r.ltt-.- l , " r. T ..M n-- .l , u3,,cc.c.. ......v. r, .. p. H. RILEY. Proprietor. u find a suitable place be has been tempt- rience? no .onnern racinc 1S00, at his resi Died, on Juno 1th, Our first step up the hill is to learn Ifontnnld) ,, Trains leaving Lexington at 11:40 aatin W.rchesed to discard all ideas of such a place traiu was held up and robbed London, , Sunday lUllluin.y rfordaily, except Ky and ennecton the and C 5:30 our letters. This done tho second step dence near Wnrrensburg, Mo., E. W. passenger llicllt. say that God has left no place in Kichmond, R K. points ami . . ....... .1. ...... m... w..,l . lie.tr Xow Snleui. S. I).. .x...... In..,.rl.. nl tliia .'nunlv nf. ciii. S.ititrtlilV v I llUVC 1HUVCU ,U .1.' I.cw i,w,ci4.dm jtLimited Vestibule Ex. from is accomplished with many a frown seen 1dV.DCIU, 1U.....J w. ...u v....j, punish-meuniverse for tho eternal ,, prepared than eier to. accommouaie me puoic.this ... n.....,.a...l vine .v four masked moil. T hv niiiile a noor u...,.nl. NeYotk,Phll4del....... ...... many ll UlSCOUragetl ,' cer ui .1... n.w.....v... i.. Good I.neryatiacliil and every conienience dphm Washiugtonaud all points East .arrives at of tho evil doers. D.mte has told Upon ttIO brow, p m Linutoii Stanford ,,57 pm 4: about 72 years of age aud brother of J. haul, as the express messenger locked red. Gncmeacail. look and anxious heart. But on and on FRAiK KII.EY. -us that his idea of Heaven was that it oy jihuwuk me ins bai .n e.iiunuDgwn. wT VaVaVd iiTii .uWn. I struggle up the hill until we are L.Dawson, Sr., ot ti.is county, wo wns not only above us but that it was nar , , family consisted Of S Children, O the train. 1 HO passengers Wero UOtUlS- SALESMEN to sell Nursery nves Lexington at ij:4o noon daily except Sun tl... tnn tl11.11 it U we bi..in D.IW8011 ... .... "" ""' " roods warranted .1 ...... ..... of seven circles anil to attain per- "" lllflWTQrl ..nrk All Permanent, nlias uay .lunmiuii 57 p inOlitrllill and intermediate formed . Accommodation Irom we know of the IHiya llliu .iKiiia. ,r,t it was necessary to reach tho to realize how little - ant nrcriuble nnsltiom for the right men. tiood points. Richmond, Ky., and polulsoii Ihe.K. C. fect bliss iMgni young uostonians went nsnmeaning of knowledge. Wo feel as if we J. 1,., tho eldest, who is now in his SUh ..1.;.,. n,l r.nriii i.aid weeLU Liberal n. Ky. arniesat uexington 30 10, m, daily, , ex. topmost ono. The peace of God seems ,. aunuar. atanlora P m h, elniieri. No urevlous experience l,nr.lU...n.,nMo nfsilnn.llni. mi tl.n venr. Trtl V BaVetll tllO hCripUirO "Hie lllg ouiiuuy iu uuiw.MiBr u, uuu lie sure ..... m .... r.u- - W.ii for ...tins, eivinif cPl K. tickets read r.iJ 11.1N. N. iiM rest on tho mountain top. Christ, capsized their boat, and all but fcquull to J). Co.. . v........ .. K. CHASE. . Nurerviuan. .t,Aflri vast .1 mountain. We take last shall bo lint and the first last." . Rochester, N. Y. when He sought solitude and prayer, courage S.FB MORSE, (i. P A , Cincinnati, 0 Mention this paper. J. L. D. Su. one were drowned. climb on step after step, and vent up Into a mountain, uud it is in- .. ,." .....';, 111 1 .... ," . V ' '"" . .... - 'f't "in.o. a- - opx-Mt- ITOTICB. sta-lil- ! i j ie ''"' j ' 1 IGE,-IC- Farm For Salo. in-i- ni I rt'K-ala- r dr-ir- i- j - 1 For Salo well-know- n iceog-horito- n, Twenty IJuildiiijj Lots I j well-chose- n t I nils-itul.I- e ril A. GXBB03STS, j -- j j mRTS m m im sim, ol j ICIy.-ia- 1 ic 1 . ' .!. '"'P'e - ..!.... .irti-tn- . - hrst-cla- ss ' iV""JtTrMw " ' 1 1 tu-all- lur. , Mlielhm.hnrM ,rr,. ,,,,, of ... rrT2 -- t,ip, E. HOTEL PROPERTY. -I h S nfie-tinn- "be "t k" 1 :":w.:" ....!- ""'"" ..i. -ru"!! - -tlot 'J t.,.i;lL,erloan Tt J .i. POSTED. ow-ha- ir lull-e- st 111 11 t! 11 .....'... Al-- :. I L elol 1 ' 1 , ...'. fett-hour- s 11 I ..... .o. .... 11, 1 I v Farm For Sale. io-t- - clock-wor- k. x ......... ;.. , J -r- r- kJLN felic-itot- , i ' n I ........ 1 . . . n,, . i 1 1 .k..ll.tl I 1 1 . a . I 1 IV ---- . I ,l ...-.-- . I.nr-ki- ' tit ... !.. 11 of ii - .- I.I.-- '"" """ .... ....,. J -u i .,,', 11 .. ' !!l:H:AIiB'S "WELl.. . JX comfort-ablef- or m ...., $50 WARD 11 S'-'- i." a I . V ba. - 1 a .. 1..-,..- - - yo".'JZTZ 5 ..... i w - - u-i- .. ,- ...... ...... 1 .. 1 u,. - 1 mm-miun--.- THE MYERS HOUSE I GREEN-BRIA- R - ' well-know- n 1 . ......... ' post-gradua- te ball-roo- Otten-hel- m ' Pool and BilliardlParlors AFirst-ClassULivoryStable;QLp 1 " Y. ROUTE ' - 1 EWCOMB weM.w-n70te- HOTEL,. Washington, " rent-sen- d j Sj-t- - -- j 1 bed-stea- d .!..:.. far-awa- y j 1 . ! ... ..... .. r.rt-cia- ... i ' - ' . THE .1 1 luisi-uoun- ' j - - 1 4l k nt ' - , .. .'. '" -- .1 I I,,, 1 1 I -. - I J k--. :j mtm If r. Semi-Week- ly Interior journal! I M .: : ' ftTANFOUD, Ky., W. P. WALTON. Fer Superior DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Judge, JOSEPH HARBOUR Appellate Clerk, W W LONGMOOR V VARNON County Judge, THOMAS County Attorney, JOSEPH H PA XTON , County Clerk, GEORGE n. COOPER; Shonfl, J X MEXEFEE; " Jailer. SAMUEL M.OWENS; Assettor, E. D. KENNEDY; " Snp't of Common School, W F. McCLAKi " Surveyor, HARRY A EYANSj Coroner. ARCH CARSOX " " " ' " '' .jl.nl iu, Mr. gnn'ngeutofthu Kentucky Union railroad, SXi:LXTr S J. F. JUbbitt, Jr., peiieral passenger tenderin the asSJCiaiion a fciiecinl trai over his road fiom Winchester to the eastern ter.ninus of the line, to run at such time as may best suit themembers. As the road runs through the rich mineral region of Southeastern Kentucky, heretofore practically undeveloped, the trip will bo of great value to the editors, who will be able to see for themselves is being opened. what a treasure-hous- e It goes without saying that Mr. Babbitt's handsome invitation will bo accepted and highly appreciated. f 1 , N i i i (i I ft i ' : f I St Tiik lemoeratir convention to nominate a candidate to succeed Mr. Carlisle in Congress convened at Carrollton yesterday and a bitter and protracted llj;bt 127. Nearly every county has a in expected. W. (. Hudson it Co. closed their dis- and 60ine of them two or candidate goods book comes to was ever so more. At the primaries' Saturday, Col. WKtlo not suppose there Do good making i.o,-)- barrels, or 50,1 m) gais. A. S. Berry received Campbell county's negligent a county committee as that ter UUIl llLlll l'J01 If 21 votes; John S. Gaunt :ot the 8 that which now is supposed to represent the nils aim two otlier Mlbtincries nave otVC Ul Ull ll III" US lb ULSll (JCf OIL'- .SIJCIIUUIL' CIH'U UUV Ul Carroll is entitled to; Pendleton instruct- democracy in this county. They failed made 13,300 barrels this season. Leban ed her 10 votes for Applejtate; Grant again to meet yesterday on the call of on Enterprise. Just the seconds after the English gets Boone's 11; Hod Perry Gallatin's 1; the chairman. Let them shoot or givo and Senator McCain Trimble's (S. In up the gun, attend to their businessor le Derby was run the result was in the As sociated Press ollice in New York, and a Kenton there was n split and two dele- sign and let somebody else do it. few seconds later had been Hashed into for gations were named, one instructed toIn a card in the Louisville Commer- several hundred newspaper offices on and the other for Theodore F. Hallam to we James O'Hara, so both are claiming the cial, Mr. James B. Martin disclaims com- the Press circuits. li to a, t lie which selected, Dr. Denslow, the noted political 21) votes. Grant county is also divided plicity in the combination by Longmoor's nomination was secured in economist, after giving the matter much goods above every to between Dickerson and De.larnette. It No one who study, computes that the indebtedness is almost impossible to name the winner, the recent convention. but we have our money on Theodore knows the upright and conscientious of the United States, Federal, State, gentleman ever thought otherwise. county, municipal, corporate and indiHallam. , vidual", at $27,IMMVM7,04S. The Lancaster Uecord and other The republican papers are niakimj Dave Wilcox, a Sunday r) are declaring for Major G. Matt Ad jumped from the bridge, at Cincinnati, much ado over the Kentucky ferryman der, unmindful that their brethren in atns for governor, while still others think into the Ohio liver, 1)0 feet below, on a the North have always used it as their! he ought to be made auditor. The gen- - $5 wager. He died from the efi'ecls o' most effectual weapon of warfare on the tleman is capable of holding any ollice in the injuries received, after being lescuod minority. In 14 ortuern suites, wun the gift of the people and is deserving of from the water, and the was Dan Miller sold under execution the voteBtanding in the aggregate ;,:1S0,-Kf- any honor they can bestow on him. saved a job. renublican and iJ.074.lCw democratic, rresuient J. v. Rust, oi ho'.iiui re-- 1 yesterday 2 yoke of oxon at $7S to $7, Tin: large pension appropriation for ,, .Jf.mr.r.rnt.qaro nermitted to elect only some cows at $13 to $11 and a pair of male College, died at his home in the year was supplemented by 47 Congressmen, while the republican Sunday morning, aged 73 years. mules for $S01. enable them to secure 120. M in April and now it is said it will re- Fifty three years of his life were devoted J.N. Meuefeo sold to Littrell, meet saddle stallion, lv in other words, it takes in these H iuire SO.000,000 more to treasurythe pro-- to Christian education in this State, and Clark, hi 3 year-olis States onlv 3,032 votes to elect ciency. The loot of the none ranked higher in zeal or the meas- Swoml Jewell, for SHOO. The sale "hs renublican to Couuress. at the same grossing most satisfactorily to the boun- ure of peisonal influence and success. made by Mr. C. T. Snudidge. and time it takes (w,40S to elect a democrat, The State weather service crop Iml- The louisiann Lotterv has offered As an exchange remarks, the gerryman '"tin says that wheat is hoading and i& It is staled that there aro but 2.k5 con- ?2,o00,000 for an extension of its charter der is far more effective than a shot- - victs confined in the Kansas penitentia- and the Legislature will more than prob- - generally report' I to be In good gun. who accept the oiler. The monev is to tion; corn is making fine progress thong'. ries. The number of These sensible suggestions are fiom have sought refuge in the Suite and of be paid annually as follows: Public n good deal ot replanting is nuwstnry; Col. Kelley, of the Louisville Commer- those who ought to be in confinement is schools, $:K0,000; levees $850,000; chari-- j oats poor. The reports on tobacco are cial: Thomas Cheadle, of Indiana, who not 6tated, but six figures in n line would ties and pensions, $2,000,000; city of meagre and thoe received are not very on grasses, pat New Orleans, for drainage ami sanitary encouraging. has been champion of the largest pension hardly express it. turps, hemp and gardens aro very viv purposes, f 100,000. appropriations and of the most liberal Coi.. J. Stoddahd Johnson, president Hon. W.J. Hendricks, who captiva- - couroging. and even extravagant pension bills, and And We Have who was such an advocate of the rights of the Kentucky Union Land Co., writea ted the State convention by his speech XFAV ADVEiniSEMEXTS of the private soldier that lie opposed a that the track of the Kentucky Union It. in nominating Lonu'inoor, in addition to It. will be laid to within o miles of Jack- being a candidate for attorney general, widow of Gen. Sheridan pension to the son, in Breathittconnty, by next Mon- is sure of a seat in the constitutional conhas been defeated for M. KROWN He was nominated without vention. There is nothing to show that a Con- day. Hurrah for Three Forks City! U the nominee Jtty ior Jailrr opposition for the last named honor by of Cxey Countyof the Republican tupport at the gressman makes anything in the long and atkt rour NEWS CONDENSED election'. of a Auul the democrats of Fleming count': run by pandering to the prejudices Louisville has very foolishly adopt- Courier-Journclass. Experience teaches that a fair SuitH, 'OLD DMPPIKG SPRIKGS' and straightforward conrie is surest '0 ed standard time. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Wyatt Warren, who killed Delaney, lead to success in the end. near Bee Lick, was held in $750. Joe Swope sold to Ben Robinson 8 Kcfcrrm to an adetictncDt hn.h appeared In 1SSS the pension payments by the ill latt uiue cl the Interior Journal in regard to The last day's load of Europe immi- young heifers nl'2 cents. $SO,2.j8,.)0S.-7rciilinc CottJ'-- t it Olo Dripping Sprint, I United States amounted to grants delivered at Castle Garden includ- appeartnce laiii to John Jones sold to D. N Prew itt, 0 ed ir.form the public that tlie prmi;i articlebuilding and 430 babies. and 1S.S9 they wereJS7,Cw4,7.50.11 I have again ieatcd In head fat cattle at i cents. to 1) ( SUunhu-- upon ame condition a in 1890 the appropriation of $103,000,000 him and Umea I . Three negroes were hung at Linden Milk cow for sale, with or WitllOUt Uloed in former leae between A.lam has already been exhausted and the They acknowledged calf. Joseph Willinian, McKinney. Texas, Saturday. MARY HKLI.E ADAMS. Adrix. are crying for more. In adt.i their guilt. Will Alexander bought of Wilson tion to this we pay $30,000,030 for the Mrs. Khoda Swaine, a cousin of Gen. harness mare for standing army of 2.',000 Itobert E. Lee, died Saturday in Minne- Dunn a support of our $350. making the amount for the year sota, nged 101 years. men, For Rent 35 acres of clover to for pensions aud soldiers' support Fayette has $22,553,700 of assessable graze or cut. S. A. Middleton, Crab OrItOUTJC." "IU..U.K Germany maintains a stand- p operty and the county levy has been Quickest Kouto from chard, Ky. The Shortest and ing army of vast proportions for a total tinced at 40J cents on the SI 00. Central Kentucky to all points North. Will A. Hail delivered yesterday a would BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF cost this year of $91,720,293. It Fast East, West and South-Won. The Jackson county people refused lot of shouts to Mike Klkin, sold Lexington and Cincinmuch if demagogues and sol- to vote $o0,000 towards building the Line between be twice as some time ago, at 3? cents. nati. dier vote buyers were in the saddle as railroad from Richmond to McKee. DerBill Letcher won the St. lxniis SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAN u, 1850. here. Mrs. Rowland, of Scott county, ran by over a field of plugs in 2i41J. NeiNo 6 No. 4. No t. When so good u la wj or and so sensi-bl- e out to house her chickens as a storm ther Riley nor Robespierre started. fix Sun. Kx Sun. Daily. a man as the late Samuel Jones came up and was struck dead by lightGeorgia's melon crop, estimated at a 35 Lve Cincinnati . 8 10 a in 8 on p m make a will that would ning. could not at 12,000 car, (mS begun to move aud t.ve Covington.. 8 18 a m, 8 09 p m 4j I"". P m p ml 4 a mi It is said that Hon. John Young large shipments are being made daily. o 17 pass the muster of the lawyers and the Le Falmouth.. li 44 a in'109 33 p m 5 08 p rn m 40 p 10 I'ari courts, it is useless for us ordinary men Brown will commence about June 20th a 11 oopm 10 55 p in 6 jo p in T. It. Walton sold yesterday to Arr I.ivington Arr 11 ao am to try. Judge Beach has signed the find- series of speeches in dillerent parts of the Simeon Perkins, of Garrard, his farm of I,ve l'arit in vis ao p in u 05 p m ', 7 30 p rn ings in the case declaring the bequests to State. p m oU acres on the Crab Orchard pike for Arr n1Chmond.' 40 A snako crawled into the sick room 55 P m Arr L.ancater the Tilden Trust illegal and void, and S500. GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, 5 30 p m Stanford, J. W. Miller, of Wayne, bought of Arr Richmond .. jc. p m giving judgment in fas'or of Col. George of Philip Frieund, Jr., who had typhoid i'- -r l.ve Mason county, and frightened Hunn & Burns, of the West Knd 20 Arr llerea 3 oj p m 11. Tilden, the plaintiff. Sn none of the fever, in 5 30 p in ::;"!i:ii!Zii".'.'.'.",".zi Llvington. him to death. cattle at 3 cents and Arr head, great man's money goes to the benevoLightning struck a livery stable at of John Goode 10 of same at same No. .. j No. 3. No. i. lent enterprises he wished to found. Charleston, W. Va., and killed two men, price. l.ve Livingston.. S 00 a in Corporal Tans eh, who was bo uncer- but neither the building nor the horses Jessie M. beat Spokane and Proctor Lvc Ilerea. 10 75 am emoniously kicked out of the pension were injured. Arr Richmond.... ii 4Ja m Knctt in a sweepstakes for 7 00 a m The republican House forced thro' and upwards at Latonia, making the Lve"Stanford office, ought now to feel mighty glad Lvc Lancattcr... 7 43 a in that ho was treated so shabbily by Har- a mongrel silver bill Saturday. Eight mile in 1:42. The two crack animals Arr Richmond... 10 00 a m 10 p in 6 10 a m Lve Richmond... rison and his crowd. He claims to be members of that party voted with the ran well towards the rear. Arr WincheMer. a 00 p in 7 K a in a year as a pension law- democrats against it. a rn making S100.00J 7 40 p in 7 4 J. A. Fisher & Co., bought 1,000 Arr l'arit Is more complete than any time this season. Burglars blew open a safe in Brown's bushels of wheat of Arthur Young at 92 Lve Lexington .. 1 05 p in 7 00 a in 3 45 l' m yer and constantly increasing his rea jo p in 8 53 a in 4 ai p rr Lve l'arit a m 5 36 p m ceipts. The pension laws are a picnic Bank, at Catsworth, 111., Sunday inornini!. cents. J. B. Kmbry bought 22 head of Lve Falmouth.... 4 la p 9 13 Covinfiton. P m 10 35 The building caught fire and 17 houses cattle from parties around Mortonsville, Arr Cincinnati .. 5 40 pVi 10 45 a in 6 30 p m for just such leeches as he. am 6 38 p m 5 50 Arr were burned. The loss is 51)0,00. paying 3 and 4 cents. Jessamine JourTralnt Not. 13 and 14 run Sunday only between Washington is The pension office at The Radnor Fox Hunting Club, of nal. Cincinnati and Lexington, leaviui; Cincinnati at 8 a in , and arriving at l.fxingloii aliam. Lvc always the subject of a scandal. Philadelphia, poisoned its kennel of 00 O. K. Robinson, Baltimore, Md., Lexington at a 40 p. in. and arrive at Cincinnati at Mr. ltaum is now accused of vari- fine hounds, valved at $2,000, because of sold to Judge M o e, of Chicago, for 5 35P- ". (Jn the.Maytvillc Hranch, N09. leaves l'arit at ous and sundry pieces of rascality con- t'ie prevalence of rabies among them. his team of chestnut iillieS, 3 years 800, am and No. 11, at 545. P '", arriving at nected with the discharge of the duties Mavtville at 10 15. a m. and 810, p m. No. to Oregon is doing pretty well for a old, by Zilcaadi Golddust,haudsome, leaves Maytvillc at 5,15 a in, arriving at I'ant at of his office and Representative Cooper, and fast. The6o mares aro half 7 40, am. No. 12 leaves Maytvillc at 150 and wild, Northwestern State. Although reu resolution to arrives at Paris at 4 15. P m. Thete trains are of Indiana, has entered publican by 8,000 in 18SS, it now electa a sisters to Mr. F. Reid's Dorsey Gold-dus- daily except Sunday. ""? charges investigated, but if If have the No. t runt daily trom Lexington to Cincinnati. democratic governor by a majority of No. 43 leaves Lexington 10 00 am; arrives l'arit will likely end in a whitewash. made it The Lebanon Knterprise says that 1045 am; except Sunday No, 8 The Salt I.ake Herald Bays one Hill & Spalding weiyhed their stallion, 10 pm leaves Cincinnati 510 pmjarrivcsl'ulmouih ; ecept Sunday 7 Honors come thick and fast to that marked result of Mormon rule is that Dealer In- No. 7 Imp. London, the other day and ho tip- nati 7 SS ioAves Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives CincinJohnCol. E. Polk am; except clever old that city of 50,000 population had no ped the beam at 1,120. Guesses were Train Notes. No.Sunday daily between Lexing3 runs son, president of the Kentucky Press debt and the smallest tax rate of any ton and Cmcinnati, No j runs daily between editor ot the Frankfort Cap- city in the United States five mills a made as high as 1,000 pounds. The horse Cincinnati and Lexington. Association, 6 Not. 3 was formerly owned by S. II. Baugh-ma- (or pointsand themake connections at Winchester N N .V M V Hy on ital, public printer and binder, and soon. year. of this place. IMPORTANT Trains ol thi line now arrive Twelve barrels of gasoline exploded A military company has been named for At It. L. Salter's gale tho dwelling at and depart from the Central Union Passenger him at FranHfort and last week he gave ut a Philadelphia fire and 11 firemen, Station Cincinnati, making connections for all and who were caught in a shower of blazing and 110 acres of land were sold to N. 1). polntt North, Katt and Weil. checked to any It a stand of colore and a speech. baggage Through tickets oil, were badly burned andsome of them Ingram, at 124.70per acre. Seven head dettination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent ot the Co, cattle were bought by Jesof GLASSWARE, &c. The thriving and dehglitlul little city will die. or se Fox at S39.50 per head; 100 barrels o W. L MUNSON. Trav Pats. Agt., Cincinnati. Owensboro will have the free mail deof rllail, half a foot deep fell at Van S. F. II. MORSE, Gen'l Pais'g'r Agt.. 0 livery system inaugurated there July 1, Horn, in El Taso county, Texas, Satur- corn, in 20 barrel lots sold at $2.10 to Cincinnati, O. Goods First-Cla- ss Livand Oen'l per barrel; bacon sides S1; 8 head of H. E. HUNTINGTON, thanks "to Congressman Ellis, Editor day. The hail was accompanied with MAnjer. Woodson's persistency and the increased rain, the first in that county for more horses aud mares in tine condition were GENERAL OFFICES: than a year. Ch.mbjr of Commerce lluildiug, Cincinnati, O. old at SlliO to $175. Advocate. postal receipts. anti-lottery There have been sent out by the secretary of the Kentucky Press Afcsocia-tioISO circulars to the various newspapers named in the directory and if any editor has been slighted it was not intentional. The circular was with to transpoitation, which he will furnish to the annual meeting at Winchester on application. n passenger train on the Noitliwes-ter- n road jumped the track near Chicago and killed four section nion at work on the road. None of the passengers were killed. A cablegram from Beilin say: ".The engagement of First Secretary Coleman, of the American Legation, and Missi Hendricks, of Frankfort, Ky., is announced." Was Livingston county is reported to have S4 candidates in the Held for otllce, The local 27 of these being for jailer. paper bns a picnic if it gets Sfi for each announcement. The Kansas Senators aro nothing if not sensational. Mr. Plumb' has kicked a, another hole in the bottom of the bill, and he did not get his either. speech from The Louisiana Lottery is pretty go solid in New Orleans. Jn a primary elecwoi'k tion Saturday to fill a vacancy in the Legislature the lottery candidate receivman's ed 5:W votes to the A :TrEz ALMIGHTY DOLLAR never so mighty as it is this season in. purchasing Dry Goods, Cloth-frous ing, Boots, Shoes, Jlats, Trunks, Carpet?, Matting, $c. m THE PERSON WHO TOILS Miu-sillo- dollar a day can get two dollars' worth of goods for their money, simply because we've put oar prices so low for best goods made. Prices convey but little meaning unless vou come and look aftlie value and quality that with our goods. To all working people 7vho want to make their dollar do the of two, we'll guarantee to For b Aml Pocket when it that genuine bargains in seasonable yourself thejusare honest and dependable for wear and service. llUillls. - Open IE3yes TIME, 'WORK and PATIENCE Have been the three mottoes giving us the right direction of success, and day, without any exaggeration, ire will venture say that are always on and appear before the first public with well line of respect; that is say not only the selection of reproach in the goods, but also in the minutest examination of material and the closest possible figures. pa-pjr- s life-save- r, eTHE LOUISVILLE STORE Jfain Street, Stanford, m. SADGDNTGER, MANAGER. fool-ki!!- m I Hop-kinsvil- le den-Northe- d n ' SPRING CLOTHING coffee-cooler- s. j Our Goods are Now All In ' ( J. AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT line of Pants. al. Mcii'HlioyK' and Children's IJtflii and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also larjjc 7. r STAGG & McROBERTS. coffee-- 37- coolers Kentucky Central R.R. GrH-rVi-Js- Sli3,-000,00- 0. J t. 100-lb- South-Houn- Til-de- n ( 1 1 1,000-poun- d North-Houn- d. Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. 1 111 . Com-miBsion- O - well-match- t. Ni 0. EM -- HABDIN bald-hea- n, Groeeries, Hardware, Queens ware, Tinware, and Sold at the Lowest ing Prices. $2.-2- Vicc-I'res- 't All -- 3 . U ..!- - - f. J"Hjw," w4E!ll!uiJ&tlPial J tpaliiiHjff njyiiiijilijpypipwwp .liM.JJMii 1 AM READY FOR BUSINESS. My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry arc now oh exhibition. The stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. Call and see it before buying elsewhere. All work W A RR ANTED to give satisfaction or money refunded. Fine watch repairing a specialty. & Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal1 .Ir.s-i-; SrANKOHU, Ivy. in. lfifiOi K.c,WAi.TON,BU8,ManaRer ' MEANS BUSINESS. I.xmiiiktii'h (iar.len Seeds, fresh and genuine. A. It. Penny. W.mciiks and jewelry repaired and warranted. A. It. Penny. Tiik bent place to buy drugs, patent medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. Penny's. lluv your school books, ink, tablets, paper, pencils and school supplies of all kinds from A. It. Pen v. 11 PERSONAL POINTS. Stku , is visiting friends in taulsvillo. MissCAniiin Dwix.of Mrjr, is the guest of Mrs. A. . Kastlnnd. Miss l.BSA William, of Mt. Vonion, is visiting her sinter, Mis. W. J. Sparks. p to Middles-borK. H. Phazi.hy went to' his investments .Sunday to see there. Mhh. .I.C. Mis- - I'oii.v Hon imiuitesiek. o persons owing us account are earnestly Mus. S. (J. TiifKiiBAirr.of Millorsburg, ij. requested to settle them at the earliest spent Sunday with her brother, Mr. P. possible date. Combest Allen, liveryMyers. Yestkkimy was a very dull court day. Tiik Hustonvlllo Fair will be held .Tulv Mb. J. P. Cito-.v- , partner of Mr. S. T. 1'4 and it is going to bo the There was but little stook offered and no Cobb, of llarrimati, Tenn., was hero this; --'2,2:'. nnd sales thnt wo heard of. PerhapB it will we-on Kichmond ltegister. bust of the series. -- be hotter when the change of day is bet"Haity J.u K," a II us .lolm II. Miller, tor understood. CITY AND VICINITY biles over in a column of eulogy of his Tiik school trustees of District No. A, I New (ilassware an. Jelly UIkssos at1 friend Woodford W, I.ongnioor, in yes Mt. Xenia, have secured Miss Lillie Pet-tutterday's Courier-JournaA. A. Warren's. an experienced teacher from Senior-se- t, A snkak tiiikk walked oil' Sunday with Ik you need .1 good set of bnirey bar- who will begin touching on tho first a nice new hat belonging to Mr. J. K. Monday in July. nes call on .1. H. Foster. Karris. It was hanging in his back porch llrv wire screens for doors mid win- - and was taken about dusk. Til u signal survice predicted rain yes It down of Hue iV Menefee. terday and it began to fall in 10 minutes Tun preacher got after the Prosbytc after the signal was displayed. Thuro HorbkTimkiis, finely adjusted move- - rjanH who danced at the late hop, in his wore only Hiht showers, howeyor, but a mnnts, a specialty. Call and see them. lBurmon Sunday, and said that the session good rain would bo welcome. I entry them in stock. Itoburt Fouzel. wo), attend to their cases. Poor girls. In this school district Satuiday T. I). Wb have a few more Webster's Tiik fast mail on the J. & C, which Newland was elected trustee, II ugh Sear-gecan bo had with formerly left Cincinnati at ifc.Vi a. m., and J. Marsh Coffey at Walnut Flat, for Sl.oO. If you now leave at s. 1H, passing Junction City W. L. Dawson at Mt. Xenia and S. H. this jwpr one year lmvH paid for your paper already the die-- ! in time for passengers on tho north- Conk at (toshen and Henry Gerko at tloiwrv will be sent for J2.W). bound mail train on this division to Highland. mane connection for Somerset and SouthTin: trustees of the Stanford Male nnd Wilms (JmrriN, the negro who cut ern points. Judge Female Seminary are so well pleased Hannah Oarvin, was tried befote Tub K. C. will run an excursion train with the manner in which Prof. James Vernon and a jury Saturday and lined the occasion being O. Doiiny has managed tho school that $75, to be worked out if not jmid or re- to Paris on tho h, the grand Odd Fellows celebration, at they unanimously tendered it to him plevied. He went to jail. which is less than again and he has accepted. Tho con.- J'J for the round-trip- , we Foil Cvmi. On and after .Inly will leave Kowland pliment is a high one but thoroughly half faro. The train will do a strictly cash business and those 4:.",0 a. m. deserved. k hii-nii-l. -, l.Tnn-bridpnt l'-'t1 i HOST, FE1STZE3C. X Is Receiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. at i terson, on freight :.S, accidentally shot (Jeorgo Parker, one of his brakemen, at Are headquarters for W. H. I.uk, the clever representative of men, Hustonville. Oethseinane, Friday. Ho was carelessKunge Co., was here Iron ItuLin in. that it will be advantageous ly handling a pistol, which ho supposed Saturday. &o. to the purchaser as well as ourselves, we was unloaded, but which was discharged, Miss U.uiii:i. Allison, of (.ieorgotown, will begin on July to sell exclusively of the bullet entering the lleshy part is the guest of her sister, Mrs. .Indue for cash. Persons indebted to us will Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Parker's shoulder. Tho wound is a painStephen Unroll. please come forward and settle their ac. ful one, but is not considered serious Koy'n Mill, 011 (ireen Kiver, was de- Plow and you will nnkc no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no Mil and Mu. .Ions S. ll'cnmw and counts. Woatherford & Cook, HustonJJoth pin ties have headquarters at How- Campbell went to l!oJ? ville, Ky. stroyed by tire Thursday night. It wps Miss Neurit Fvery plow warranted to land. r the property of It. T. Pierce and (.i. .M. plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Castle Springs yesterday. Hilky, who wa indicted bv Mr. O. V. Ilrown, of Casey, they having bought it do good work, or no sale, Mis Maiiy Auouxwontto Kirtunoim sk your neighbor. At tho examining trial of Craig or $1 more than the mortgage yesterday to attend tho eoinniencomeiit the grand jury for assaulting J. C. Saturday, for crushing tho skull for rish, hail his trial before Judge Crntcher r.l Miltin Simmon. n colored man. sever- - hehl on it by our townsman, W. P. Tate. of Central University. .GO TO. Mary and ltn Helm and has acquitted, the evidence helm: to a, wwkj BROj ,1(, WJH wM l0 tm, eir(nit The property was not in good condition Mks. Hi:i.n and j n nm-wmiu mnr, in jim, Thecommonwealthmaile and had not been running for sometime. want to KliMiuetlitown yeweruay w im rnwiinai Unable under tho circumstances. Pine- - out a pretty toudi ease, but tho defense It is supposed that it was set atlre Theie n month with relatives. spnd Mns. Paitik Auks, who hs been villu Meesencer. put the matter in avery different light. was no insurance. able to bo with her sister, Mrs. J. M. Hubbard, - Sjimpson, thougli weak, was Tint Louisville Truth, whose name is TicioxConfedernt and Federal sol"MODEZ. GROCERV" left yesterday for Normal Park, III. . M.i.iku.iu.mk.. niniik.Hiiiivn hiresent and testify. He was also hehl sometimes misleading, has the follow i,,aH.nnit..il .it.. mr nni 'iiiiMvrwvv mwe . ., (.iri.uit ,.nrt on t,t. chaige of ing: "Gov. Givens is jealous of Middles-borMk. ash Mhs. Tho. Mrr Ai.r areover fr..m Mcholasvilh, for a few .tay. tin. He is not pleased with tho fine q( VimUffo nonnUiln, at frryliir concealed weapons .11 tho shape ami Mis. r. J. BUtsoIMr. n..,l-rl.i- .,l advertisement it got from its great J...,. of .okmil sutuss of of brass knucks. .. Mk. li C. Walton will leate And Spades; . IbJut v , ., that ."Wl 'l tho general public will -.b askol .N, Fkank Holt had a narrow escape Sat fire last week, and it is intimated burn morning for Hot Springs and ....U'M. to nrcluv riii'hL He wbh coming from Mt ho has made arrangements to and & trn hmhU for a few wooks travel. f Uarboiirvillo witl subscribe. V..rnnn ,. ft,,. In.i.l fr..i"ht. which slack- - loVVn M 0W" ow Sets, M.u.m Owm.by Mini Mattik ami 1,0rish " point thnt tho n In the county court yesterday B. F. od up near Adam Pence's farm and ukui in Uichmoml atunlay to anend Middlesboro conflagration will be imme Also a full stock of Landreth's, D. Al. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's cutting thro' iiiuHnifiiioiil week with Mis Alma Fugleman qnulirltnl ns justice of tho ing ho could s.ive a walk by Garden Seeds in papers. tho country home, ho jumped from the diately eclipsd." Hagau. peace in the Hubble precinct and M. S. LANCABTKithad an election for council-meHntsMini is the Itustin afc administrator of hi brother, train. It was moving at a livelier rate I.im.K Mis PmiiL Saturday. A dispatch sayH that two guest of her slstar, Mrs. IS. P. Owsley, at John II. Itastin. Since tho Uwt term T. than he thought and when he struck Hustonville, this week, her first visit I). Newliiud vms apMutod and qualified the ground it was on a till, which ho strong tickets were in the Held, one tumbling down. It was a long roll known as the people's low-taticketand (rum home. as administrator of Pat Muldoon, the old wont Saturday for tho Irishman ho well known in this sec- - and Mr. Hout came out considerably the the other as tho citizens' ticket. The Mr.. J. T. Caiison left During tiou. John W. llright alo tiualifieii!Tas "worse for wear" and is now too still' to colored man was brought to the polls i m hiieiid a month or go. Having secured the services of will visit New York, Ituf- - jgti,. jn jj,,. Hubble prucinct and John ' lo anything save lie in bod and wait for ami by representatives 01 either party his absence he recovery. his town taxes was allowed to paying lalonnd 1ing nrancli. Mooro as constable in tin Hustonville ",a light was a hard one, but the M J f 1.1 Pk ton and DoUio W il- - ,,roeinct. Foil COXTKJIIT. lailer Shejipard, of vote. The people's low-tticket got there, which I am now fully prepared to do Pulaski, lodged old man Win. Mcljuerry hams left for Hustonvillu Saturday, but N'o Mo ComHionweallh's Attorney is composed of live worthy gentlemen: often u itli (imtr I" i. tiresunco ...hi lllillUI in jail hereSunday forconteinpt of court. " Will Clark telegraphed Jailer Owens Friday Itbeems that a sister of McCJuerry sued H. K. McHoberts, J. G. Sweeney, W. It. (Hiring wie buiuiuvii .. . .'. MK i i... i.ri(.li llnlei that there were indications of a mob him for some western land, which she Marrs, J. T. Palmer anil Joe Woisiger. Alls, "'- - ' t Harbourville, who attention coming from N hitley county to rescue claimed belonged to her, but to which pupil from A I'Iibtty good crowd listened to a man, IJeth Fnson, who is in jail here lie held the deed. Tho lower court de AND the College for two or tnreo mimiwii, the very creditable speech on "Temperance" for safe keeping until the court of ap- cided in her favor am' ho was ordered to wont home yesterday to spend the atK. Powell yesterday and on his petition for a new transfer tho property to his sister. He by Mr. C. peals tion. seemed much pleased and edified. He on a few guards, Mr. Owens put an appeal but tho higher court sus- was followed by Kid. J. Q. Montgomery, Mm LtiK MrAsAl.LV will leave for trial. necessary. took to spend the vacation though he had no idea it was tained the original decision. Still he re who was anxious to know what credit, Atlanta All work warranted and promptly done. construct-- d that one man with her mother. She has nearly recov Our jail is so fused to make the deed and at the last honor or wealth Lincoln county had nc sick-- , can whip a mob of 1.000 and two can term of the Lincoln circuit court an or- - uuired in the reopening of saloons. He ered from her recent severe spell of We have got money put 10,000 to flight dor of arrest was made returnable to a j took n ,1, at ti,0 jei8iaturu in general nes. to bet tiia no mob ever takes Fuson special term of tho court, June 17th, ami and at Hon. H. C. Warren in particular, Mivsits. II. O. Hoylb, of the Danville from this jail. Iwnd fixed at $1,000. Although fully but was moderate in his criticisms. Af. Attvocate, and H. H. Hughes, of thel.au... i aster Hecord, were hero yesterdnv workAlmost a Panic While Miss Clara able to give it ho refused to do so, but ter the speaking the prohibitionists ' news- nig the crowd for their respective Uickey was reciting "Paradise ami the came to jail instead. Ho is 70 years old crawled into a hole, that is to say the papers. Peri" a red light was thrown on her to and seemB to have been born with a jury room and reporters being barred, K1miK.STAi.1iTr, of Sylvia, Kan., who heighten the eflect of the 'scene. The chronic case of stubbornness. Mr. Shep-pan- l we have to speak from heresay as to Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall had to go twice to arrest him. The what was done. They staid in their hole nail the misfortune to lose his wile a sudden flash caused some lady to think i ! ivi mn nT n- n u :iirn id i n ri .iiiiuu x cJCi , a nib wjguia auu mi iuuukuuw, ww uivuvu! viuuna, week ago. after less than six weeks of that tire had broken out and to halloo ut first timu ho flatly refused to go and the until rAo and then announced the fol . marrietl life, is viiting ins moti.er, .urs. T,J0 aml;em.ti r08l! jailer having no way to carry him he had lowing nominations for county offices: Jewelry and Silverware. q Uvf " S. Mvers to the to return without him. The next time ho For constitutional convention J. T.Hack- to its feet ami attempted to rush , of Pineville, attended, K. Hikst, tloor and down the stops of the Opera took a wagon and posse and brought him lty; judge, J. M. McHoberts, Jr.; jailer, the commencement exercises and was House, but was held back by those stand- by sheer force, though the old man gave J. M. Sibold; for county clerk, W. H. Railroad The Xo other nominations were much pleased. Ho took his daughter ing there, while Prof. Hubbard and oth- up when he saw ho could not help him (iooch. Saturday, but will return with her ers did their best to explain and to quiet self. made. As this ticket was hatched out nine promptly on tho opeeincof next session- the Prescriptions Care Attention crowd. Order was at by about a dozen bosses it is not likely Prompt Coi'KT. The court-rooKilled in Mas. . W. Simi'son ami ciniureii and in n fu- mitintori nml then evcrv- - Liberty was the scene of n niot bloody that the men will accept. If they are Mrs.Traylor, of Oilberfs Creek, MisseH like kicking himself for acting and cowardly murder, Saturday after- the sensible men we take them to given to Engrav; fully Compounded I.U.10 Simpson, of Marksbury, ami u.-fw,Fllv noon. Hud Hifl'e, a negio, was on trial be thev will not. . of Lancaster, paid a flying no Thompson, ing and Repairing for the murder of AIouzo Brown, a white Hoitiuiii.y Manhled. As freight train visit to Mrs. A. K. Phillips, on wanviiiet Tiik escort to President II. h. linnr man, whom ho killed al Voseinite Feb. at all hours, day ;'s, J. B. Douglas, conductor, was com-- 1 ington and party has leturned and say avenue Fiiday. a row over throwing dice for ing down the hill a few miles north of of Watches, Clocks SLU'HiiTKitund son Jinimie, they wore met with a royal reception all Ill, l.SSS.in Mu. D. (.!. the drinks. All tho testimony was in Mt. Vernon, Saturday morning, W. M. were hero yesterday advertising Cireon- along the line of tho Cumberland rail. and Mr. George Stone was speaking for and night. Wilson, a brakeniau, aged about 25 and and Jewelry. promis-wil- l Urinr and Dripping Springs. Tho latter r0ad survey. The Casey people county tho prosecution, when withoutthe slight- from Somerset, attempted to step from all L., tho and Ada'r start in a lew days and travel est intimation of his intention, liwrenco one box car to another. The train came tho Suite for tho purpose of bring- -' VWAv guaranteed the same through her Brown, a brother of the dead man, rushWatches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. over uncoupled just at that moment, and the besides. subscription of B. H. DANKS, Jeweler, ing the new resort into public notice. , nmi J S WELLS, Pb. G. Prose. Ollc. to tho back of the unfortunate brakeman fell in front of ed out of a Miss Doha Caldwell, the accomplish-- 'rie party was met at Keetsvillo by Gov. prisoner and fired three times in rapid second section aud the S or 10 cars cilart teacher at the College last session, Hindman and others, of Columbia, and succession at him. Tho first ball passetl the cection passed over his body, cutof that M..111 street, Cpp Saturday. She made a on arriving there they were cordially ro. STANFORD, Ky. started homo through tho back f his chair and only ting him nearly in two about the breast great many friends during her brief stay' coived. Mr. Huntington was very made a slight wound in his back, the othmangling botli legs to a jelly. He who will always remember her vorably impressed with the country and er two entered the back of his head, pro- and was of course dead when picked up and with'pleasuro and wish her success in tho cheapness of the survey, hut ho made ducing unconsciousness, and death in a' fearful looking object to behold. Mr. no actual promise to build tho road. Tho life. two hours. The shoU caused great ex- Wilson had only been braking a short while :iiul out for 1111. this trio Mum Maiiy Caiituu received the hand Stanford men camo back from Columbia but Brown other man.on His body went biought bore citement in the court-roowas compliment of having nearly every and Gov. Hindinau and others went on some was seized by tho oflicers before he where it was placed in charge ul Underone of tho people of her neighborhood to Gallatin with Mr. Huntington. could get away and then Shoriir Myers taker Huffman, who prepared it for come to see her graduate, a fact which A Suro Curo for oil Diseases In burial and expressed it to his family at Tine very delightful entertainment with a guard hurried him oil to jail at hIiowb how popular she is. Mrs. Carter Somerset. by the Misses Tribblo nt Junction Danville, fearing that his friends might was so proud nml happy she could scarce-- given Mk. C. H. Bkoik, who graduated at City, Friday evening, was attended by attempt to reseuo him. There was no r.Mirnin her feelings. deed, as thoro the A. A; M. College, Lexington, passed of tho College tho society people of this entire (section, earthly excuse for tho MissKmma McKkax, .? j,j up to his homo near London, Friday. who are now lauding those young ladies was no apprehension that the jury won Alter leacmng a private scuooi ior sevfncnltv, left for her homo in Ohio an evening. Tho party acquit, in fact a majority afterwards said eral months Mr. Brock will begin the Arising from Impurities or tho Blood, and She has been with us two ses- for so elegant given tho graduating class of Daugh- they would have sent him to tho peni- study of law. from Functional Derangement. during tho time has endeared was sions and Tlio Lexington Press said of his graduCollege and they with tho fair hos- tentiary for '21 years. John W. Yerkes, to many friends, who are sorry to ters ating oration: "Mr. Charles It. Brock, herself session, tesses did the entertaining supeibly. Kuq,, who was presiding as judge at the who hails from the mountains and is A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAII know sho will not return next was converted in time, immediately ordered tho sherilf to nroud of it, and whoso homo is in Lon- largo dining-rooand who earnestly hope that her lines Tho tho regu-- 1 iion, followed with an oration entitled, PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. and there till nearly :) summon a special grand-jury- , to a ,.,..v nlwiivH fall in pleasant places. "Slaves in v,. uaiiey, ucncrai .ier iuw'kc, beaux and belles glided grace- larono having adjourned, to meet tin1 u..l.ion W.1S a Land of Freedom." His I'cnnjT, urncrniue; liv a Btrange oversight tho namew fit o'clock tho well COIlceleU nnd uiir.,...uc N ForialclivA. K. Salem; uruitKiH. aunioru DruKi?it, fully through the glorious waltz or par- morning and consider tho case. Tho miiy ireaieu. initio cowr.su 01 jiih re- - w & Jcne$i M, Kowiaim; W t Mclaity, uruggisi, Kmg.vilU: C C Caoh.V Co VayiieburK; 11, Koutpn, cuicr, urujjjut, j t. J .rAnurWilliami, DnijraiM, Allono Welsh, of Misoomsviiie, Misses heinous act will then bo marks II CumnmiK. r.cneralMerchandie, I'reachertyille; in the stately lancers and quad- trial much n,l fiertio Grady, of Cohunbia, were ticipatedAt the most opportune hour a calledfor thehad at this term, if possible. jiesH Of he disillnved recided nrOLTOSSive- a- CrabOrthardC W n.kcr.f.cncralM.rclupdut. ll.gn.and. H McK.nney. tllOtlBllt nml and talent as report of the hop but rilles. omitted from the His delivery was emphatic sneaker. now supply splendid lunch was enjoyed, thus giving Tho murderer deserves the most condign and forcible, graceful and pleasing. His wo beg their pardon and beauti-i..ispirits to tho worshippors of punishment, but it is more than proba- effort was much lauded and his popularirenewed the omission. Tho former was sentimental jury, with a prej- ty was shown by a shower of llowers nittrwl In blue satin, beaded front, Terpsichore. It was a grand entertain- ble thata silk and ment nnd will live long in tho memories udice against the negro race will bo found and mementoes, "such as books, albums, Hook Keeplnv, Short Hand, Telegraphy, e 1Q nml tho latter in white IV r Write for OtUitoyue ami nil information ImW etc." to deal with him very gently. of those who attended. diamonds. fullyS-JO.OO- t Alvidkstally Shot. Conducto r Pat- 1 Tm: Stanford Holler Mills sold at auction yesterday for 10,000, although they from Hist to last. have cost A (syndicate composed of the following gentlemen were the purchasers: Dr. S C5. II ocker, S.T. Harris, F. Held, J. V. Hayden, T. .1. Foster, W. (. Welch, Tom Metcalf, Adam Pence and J. S. Hocker. HIGGINS OTKINNEY Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, m m I Skid-mor- e, es I .r. ji j A. AoWABBBM M 41 Ml o. , 1't. 3li:o ,.'. "" For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks think-j61,(,h- "' Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red While Onion Peas mid Beans in hulk. n x J I is-i;-s MH. THOS. Di5Lr.T03tf, OF CHICAGO. ax .T " ALL KINDS! WATCH WORK -- pm-sti- s to-da- y A. R. PENNY. - -- DRUGS anclJ EWE LRY m 1 j tTri. uii-ii-- 1 lj HAMPBEIN WATOBC9 Watch. Best panic-stricke- n 1 - j j right-of-wa- y jury-roo- m ' W. B. McBOEEETS, Court-Hom- DR ELLIOTT'S ' Medicated Food, v m yes-terda- y. HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs ball-roo- 1 J 1 MirtK-non- , I u. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College AC1I IP UIOVIIbb V fllWilMlli lljil bj, V Livery Stablo. p Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal overs Messenger. liny stallion, 16 hands high, foaled April Jilh 1SS6. His 1st dam by Gray Kaglei jd dam by Cop. petlwttom, Ac He wasired hy MesscntrrChicf, .Maud Messenger jr., ny; .Messenger v.nil, sire 01 1 s 16I1 1st uiiin lennie r.ltno 10. nl dam he .Mamhrino Messcnier. td dam b Mambtino Chief. 4th dnm by Imp Nisholeon: th dam b Tempest; till dam hy Tiger; ,th dam by Darnaby's I)io. inede, 3th dim by Cannon's Whip, vthdrnn by Miipp's Paragon Messenger Chief was sired hy hdiiltah Pilot , istdam by Msmbtino Messenger; d dam by Mamhrino Chief, Ac Up sired Maud Messenger i6l; Abel 1 MV Marvel 1 ., Manning sjjVi, Itobert II, record 1 33, trial in i and other fast one. Abdullah Pllntsvas sired by Alexander's Abdal l.h, dam lllu ml ina b .famhrino Chief He sired Pickaul 1 1SI4, Ked Jim and others Alexander's Abdatlah (sire of Kyd It's sire of Dexter t 17V, I sired tioldsmith Maul j 14: Major Kdsall a ,, who in turn sired Robert MeOregor t 17, sire o( Ikxinie Msdregor iftH'. Ac, Ac St. Kliuu, rctcud t jn, nhs sired by Meaander's Ahdallah, dam said to be bj Imp llellfounder.Ac Mambrtnn Chief, the site of the sciond dam cl Mesieinjer Chief, Jr. sin-- the great Lady Thome J'-- i and Mamhrino Patch, who In tura sired I oiid on t x and ij others irnio and hatter Mind the dams of Ouy Wikes and also ,V ; Wilkes 1 it and the dams 15 others with . and belter records of He will tied thesaasoaof ti-jat our stable near 1'urnersvilla at 1 O. L. CR.OW Has the les!leol AHd willstablesa at Pence track run general - V Publlahod Every Tuoaday and Friday S'J PlGli. YKAR.IX $2.60 A.DV.A.N"CK will be charged." (eebbbbbbbbbbx''v'is. I hasp added new buggies, wsgonsaml horses to Bty ItverrliHslnms. making my stable second to none in this section First class turnouts on short notice and feeding by the dny, week or month n O J rilURMONU, specialty. o;-Junction City, Ky. .V Fans Breaking- and Training Stable. ivery, gecd and ale .Stable It has had . .utrlcient esnerienre la miLr- Kin, ,, '. expert in tne business ami his rale ill In- - sery reasonable (uc htm a that ul s nit I'trotiage, i. ' When not so paid K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at tt jooj m , returning iKBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaVw. vi&B4itjBB3J3t SHOP- - m CvfNWS) taiM-riiiisr-ti- Belmont Chief 8689, KKi'(ere.I I rial j mont. ir . - 11 it llo'. I ml. L.&N. If ail train LOCAL TIME CARD. : The necoinnanying illustration renre- - the sumo hno is ioiirnnlutl n sents n device for moistening envelpoes, roller, the bearings of which are suppressing the Hap down ami sealing the ported by spiral springs, an upper rollei envelope. It has been patented by Mr. being journaled on a rod extending from James Maret, of .Mt. Vernon, Ky. 111 ' one of the standaids in such a way that standards, upon a suitable base, is jour- - these rollers are held in yielding contact naled a tapering roller, and on oue of tne with each other. The gummed (surface I ill ttind it my sta' les at M Runny, the in thi, Horse anl three J k H a Candidate for re ei u.n will of the Democ- standards is held a water resorvoir, with on the envelope (lap is llrst moistened seasor ol cv t t to the the 8th District subjd which is connected a holder supporting by passing it between the guide and the racy a thin, Mat sponge, held close to the sponge holder, drawing it forward ovei VERMONT, BOGLE MISS roller. The reservoir has an aperture in the roller beneath, when the Hap is turn Hy Uill's ermont. the pedigree ofiUm milt now the corner adjoining the sponge holder, ed down and the envelope paaved be to the bfflce of SuIs a Candidate for of Common Schools. Klection first iln .'iinnnnt - f wntur ti.icttimr in tin' tween the spring pressed rollers, thus efperintendent '" .Monday in August next sponge being governed bv n plug or feetuallv sealing it. A corner of the en. Hv Dr P W Log id's stttloo that has a record screw. At one side of the base is a stan- velope may j1bo be conveniently mois- ofj 20 and is standard bred. See ncducree ol XV. dard, which supports a guide under the tened to receive the stamp by means of Logan's Waterloo1st dam hy Lei Hobble's old Waterioo. Jr 's Is a Candidate to represent Lincoln cotintj in the Stonewall jaikson sponge holder. In other standards on this device. Scientific American. Constitutional Contention .....11 S'1 am going North 1 16pm ' South.... Express tram " South ' North ....630 am Local Freight North ..53Pm boutn.. The Utter trains also carry pxssengers. The above is calculated on standard Urn, Solar time is about 30 minutes faster .upm 3ra" An Envelope Moistener and Sealer. W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV , Good turnouts and saddle horses alwa) lor hiri On reasonable terms London is the mnstconven lent point on the railroad to reach plate in thr of he Mate in the mountain ' d iml l,v llin lll. it'.. UVJ..w.,n,i .... :. " ,Jt rim irinur i HI, and uuni at d taughurit in the hl ist dam lleitic Kinkead by Contractor ini. itc of Dr. West t tjn. jd .Ism full .i.ler to D Monro ssl.br Jim Monroe, sire or Monroe Chief 1.1 i i, iro, ii ii. , )i', as -- yri r old N'litwoml j .. . . ri , ' james b. Mccreary 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. w 1 llar-01- 1 $10 to Iusure a Living Colt. 9 J K. A H KATE REUBEN (I (iOVKIl i ifj. Klttj llatsn is, Lihly Monroe 1 16, M.mtn Chief it',. th,, King Jim t S aad 10 other in i list. IIICI.MONT CIIIKI Is a great hors. Ingrsrc sjmmctryof form a tsd beauty, and with his eitsy. fiictsonle.. way of gmnc and kit great olaod linn, there i. no reason, with goal oppnt IMnltit, he should not be ome tho equal of hss great tire and illitsiriou btethets and isirs "ill make, the season of iSou at my stables at McKinnes, Ky .at ing oe., r $30 the Season, With the usual return Pirivilege. ade males I I 11. 11 " - WATERLOO, JR., over Ed Barlow, 2375. Cstamltrd R ile Limited tr to V II. MILLER ' ) CROW III. COMfllNKD STAI I lit.N, Mil ill make ihr Cokrkitio.v. A few weeks ago we Bucklen's Arnica Salve roti f iHi m mt i iMr ai sult for at $ii the M4oti t bruises, $G to Insure a Mare in Foal. The best sale in the world for cut, published an account of the cutting of sores, ukrrs, silt rheum, ftiser sores, letter, chapSURGEON DENTIST. $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, Mr. O. V. Hiley, which although we got ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skit, erup Waterloo, Jr is a black, on Main street, oer W. B. McRoberts Otfice tlons and positml) cures piles, or no pay requir fine mane and . tail, very dark brown, or full 16 compactly formed, it straight, proves to be a very erroneous ed. It is guaranteed to hound and all r ght Will not le allowed Drus Store, btanferd. ,rt,r irio perfect satisfaclior, bands inch high, fine style and a.tn and a fine warn that are regular breeders Money,! e Trice 15 cents per bos. producer uf combined horse, perlectlv kmii in one. Mr. Parrish, therefore requests or money refunded w hen ihe oil onm, mare sold jr, r IranslrrreJ A For sale by A R. Penny, Sunlord. Ky. disposition and a sure foal getter Will tund at lien will lie held on all olt until paid for R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. that we publish this from the Tineville Dess riptton anr Pedigree -- Hamsun Chief, Messenger in justice to linn: Epoch An unis a ted sorrel , stand. $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. hands , inches heigl.l. s )ars old this spring, has big tail and mjn 'I he transition from lone;, lingering and painful DENTIST. fortunate ililliculty occurred last Friday jicknc. to robust hwilth marks an epoch in tte lit is nv Harrison Chief, he hvf'la.k t'kl.l k. .1.. gwd onng h three of I ady horn j ,s ucli a remarkable eselit Office on Main street, opposite Tortman House, between two of our most prominent life of the indisidunl. dam Lute, the dam ol Haakersftjli 1 be tp stairs Nitrous Oxide Cus gisen for painless young business men. Mr. 0. V. Riley is treasured m the memory and the agency uhcre Chief, JACKS ALL WELL BRED, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. b) a son ol H alto'. dam of lUitisonosii f a Jr. is by the good health hasbecn attained i Eratcfull) extracting. Mamhrino he mare much is heard iu is that Htncc STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ami J. C. I'arrish engaged iu a personal blessed Kleclric itHitters so many feel that thet Tmo 1 veats old pat, t $0 and , srar old at I will also gise a $10 premium for the btst mare bj Alexanders Ab.Ullah, .d dan. b, liaeoke So tiraikenf old hb) he by l.esingtoa, ,d dam bs Stiawhan's loin fojle.l oil Mill, Ball M.Hktng. encounter in the latter's store, which re- owe their restoration to health lit the use of the $8 ienSea.on due whencoll- - r It"- MJ.im tnonry colt and Sj. lor the best horc colt of Kd Da I rettiiicl on ill get tone shown in M.mfor.! the first Muadas Crov krl , lh dam b, Hal, orn, Mb,m by Well. troubled Great Alterant e dam by le tir ut l, lululiiy in October,, 141. Als my smingtaik, sulted in Mr. Riley receiving a slight with any disease and lonu. Ifjouare Momach, Mares kept on r DR. W. 13. or of Kidneys, l.ner Iti'tader reMr V H Wilun of (tnihiina ki mnl,l hort cut from a pocket knife in the hands of of htng or of standing you will urel) find and for amdentVs. i. hh's ii lief by use Electric Hitters Sold at v ts i"imnre gemmg.a lull Mnlhttul llamsoa Chi-- l JOE EMBREE, grew out of $1 per bottle at A. II I'enii)'s Drug Store Mr. Parrish. The dilliculty ' ld twu '.''S? a's00.s.au ancHhrr others at $, ?so Mi .so nenaaer will sersea few good inarrs at I, m in.ur a Itvshind gelding foi OfTice'Soiith side Main street, in office recently a controversy over a law suit in which so rnu an e the br Tho Pulpit and the SUsho. vacated by.Dr. L F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky after latle October. He is lit, hands high and of feae ' MMight prue than nt ciher iialion thet Mr. Hiley was engaged as an attorney on United Res K. M Shnmt, t thanxns otber sulbon and action. Ilred bv Pes ton fjabree, of Lin ren Church, lllu Mound, Kan., as lii county, and ha a double ir"sof lim Porter the opposite side. It seems that Mr. Hi- m duty to tell what uoaders I)r Kin "I i leel it Iis lien riaind on on all colts till th svasoa is' ley called on I'arrish and endeavored to cosery has done lor me. My lungs - ' ad Ms Sole ml 1. p ut. Money ilust when the roll come, or mar uiig Sad. 'Is M.U , thought I C M SPtMiN Miliiklt, irtf.l with effect some 6ort of a compromise. Hot diseased, aand my parishioners rise U'tiles f " IJr I took Use only few weeks my residence, oppo I have removed my office to Manfnr t, hv in cite Female College, where I will be found at all words followed and Mr. Hiley used his King's New Discos erv and an soun.l ami m ! pound in weight." HUGH RKID. y times. cane, and Mr. Parrish a knife. Friends gaining - Love. Manager Love's Kuntiv 1 'Ik Arthuis, lvo V nl makr thr Combination, writes "After a Usoniugli mil 1. r UWOOD fortunately interfered before much damSt Ul) j J.J.ALLEN am confident th.it Dr and comtncinir evidence, f. i King's New Discovery lor CotMuwpnon bt.u. Vm age could be done. A special session of & ATWOOD, The all, and cures when everything tlse lail c& CO., $10 to Insure a Living Colt the grand jury leturned an indictment greatest kindness I can Jo my " mans thou, ind Free trial Record Itieads is to urge them to try it Koalril April ., s, ;'.: . .. J Regular sues K Peaav'a Dtttff Store RSEL ESTUTE RGEKTS. against Mr. Hiley, but failed to llnd one HUSTONVILLE, KY. """ "" wna in coll is ISM Is d or Ihe parted itn My HAKUI.I), ol MjuJ ., rc i ' j oSt,. against Mr. Parrish, claiming that ho 50 cts and 5i.o. .ire Kgt Denmark I. a eautiful aeat bruwn w Are still in the buinrs and reui hat. City, Tenn. t' do a any and j mere in Ihe good man aad was justified in doing the cuttim;. laches high thiaj in the I'mlfr'ak ;ng lm.- We full Before and After. Iirst dam olaade dam ut uba. le srd 1 mH) t years ok this tail. 13 haadu asnrr hen h. Mprlngr, haa stork of Ca.es an I .skeis of ai' kin I. Rohei Hy IIKLMHNT, site of Nuiaood, itH. moeethaatwo XV. R. CRESS, Itcaic morning. w,ek. but he Is fall ol t 'ur hrse. w hi I, is nearly r of es'ert dcripti Kugeue II. Hale, who kidnapped his h dam Vouag Portia. 'or a pro.!.. ot n short iio'n r d.l!r a. Hricht and fair. Mr I II a"sv can He otiitit ft Green has chrgi t wut shov. Dun of Voitatie k ot Messemer 11V.1 caasUesxl hones in ihi. part .4 the State O., i.i'Tsn in sir CoMom tftaaklsM, H ESTATE.AGENT, child from her mother at Cleveland, bs On 1'cm of Portsoa s is, (sir of MiaaasWa g in our 7ur goods to any one neei'mg- atlt 1Xj oa. h by U ashiagn im, . bvNcm.wsii It . Malay air. Uamarh. Ise and took her to Montieal, attempted to Dam ot II) ma, yar iUI rvcatsj a )j. Inr 64 If What a ! DumnfClilir HaroJ.i.tarv.tisil record ta rbsg ueajaaark. by son ol AtoaaaoWs H Barbourville, Ky., shoot his wife in the latter city Sunday, ist dasa t TVm in 8 dasa net the but was himself dangerously shot in the t.rard 'Urn ot Coniunght'sir ot Csoamorei tfQ ItaJ4 Keatocky of th bet ntiiasrrfit 1,1 Has for sale some 01 the ch me property Ulsttv Um maalaad Correspondence t.rand datnet Yuba dooming city of iksrboum.lc. ?S , K. C. Hale, tlrvwMBMsjM'. IU MAMHRINO CHIRK, sir ol Lady TksKM neck by his brother-in.lawsolicited. inoni t ili. la this p4igrrs yna win aad t n, s , Haffy lam, and may tlie. Cowles is the son of the Dam Portia, by KOKKICK. aadiiihM atailsoa)u anil mss rotl ,... Ui iadisid JAS. G GlYKNS. WM.AVRES. Frae flea eate. rae hoaniv aad w hrWr late editor of the Cleveland Leader. s to non HIPP. 4 Darabv ) fetaMy Jay s.r atarbar lhy il bs proMris r,i ) .1 aF.aBBBBBBW a. r I be abuse rc ord is no nieaur of his A Wagner vestibule car jumped the & GIVENS, ltverj'wkaea. C.TT.NDIDt.r we espect him logo under o thu Fall track on the L. sV.N. Short Line Fiiday and Thrtiisfc tha KufjAOO will make be season im th tarns of W Attorneys at Law, llvime A t u.. Silver Crei Ky. t miles WawU w1l itray. fell dow u a t embankment, bieak-in- g 1m hinond on the Lancaster turnpihr, IMS PAC SAUDLi: STALLION, OfMsasji, KlasisaiMi it completely in two. Ton persons 327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. fAILE!) 4ay. ife1 were injured, including Col. and .Mrs. At S40 Si ree lluildirg r II. C. Hodges, of LouivilIe, Maj. Amos His ol.lsst colts arc coming two sear old NlMtapHfkt! W ill jtxir miles at cent, per day and will of the army, and Col. IJrent Rafnad frem w FRANK MAHI.MON. Stickney, . iki til pmsiDie are nut are aot responsible for .,(i JAS.G. GIVENS r ' M .1, .. , O'ctock tW aittat. a or es. si.es Arnold. Joseph Blackwell and Mrs. t.trnis j,( ,, nan I. t,i,,h ,n ,, ,t , ' cp l,w IU RVVM A. CO lll T float y giLtmtmtt, lid fm . 1. ,1 11 41 ill Johnson are perhaps fatally injured. & ilr.jli .,i,r, 'GlYEKS OacctflMc. ru brts (..in y and 11. . drien harnr.. TweMyr. jc the shortest t William M. Crittenden, of Paris, Ky., l (wincrihe thir.l style IMIesi with axil 4iinii.r HEAL ESTATE, l.le-- to geiirmion, n bai ked ) bi' r chief engineer of the I'.d Wyomiug Aatt aejar Ntw. vughbreds on roh .i.lrs making bun er a.lbin, - and sringhtl) in Rait, Owner rsrtaetl form ami hni.li a perle district, with three of his party, was model lie was tired bv Sumptcr liriimrk, he PtMansi cM (Standard Making direct c nne. ti nt in Central I'tnoti deby a band of renegade b (.iiddards Denmark, be bv (...inc. (. rorn Tovn Lots, Cisal, Iron and limhpr Lan ' bought massacred pot for I'aasl fer aati wall'. Denmark he l.v (hera.e hore, Drumar. or sold on Commissi! , C jrre nundeU' e who, crazed by liquor sold them P. 1) .tilli'.n, Mack points, St. Louts, Michigan Points, Aa4 garter MiatiM. haniU high, fnal h b Imp lledaeford Chicago, His first ,Um I solicited It by ranchmen, went to the surveyor's Detroit, lluffalo, rn in 1BS7 Sited bt i'etosk), tMl, sir .f Nellie bv Sir Uallare. he bv Tiaihuui.r s.r waitct. CleseUnd. U ,11. Hull f doleful (1'Ncal j JlSi (nal Iudtunapolis and the West, Ibck Ails. dial h bv Sir Albert, (thoroughbred) sd dsm bs ir ". Pesosly ts.ssl s , Dark camp and demanded more. Being regimus dam ol MaKing Canada, 1 New England, i iS, Dai) irgiuius by Iranby ih,.r. ry Lou, car old trial j o and live more that bred' he by the celebrated Mavm'n Wlnpo, Ditty, dtliilv fused they attacked the camp. The red New dam a U hipp mare hat e how n trial ef 1 10 or betler'-a- ll in lat seaPicnic day son, which i certainly wonderiui for ag)er old devils were captured and lynched, toWashington, Philadelphia. llaltin (allien with limited oiitHJttunilies by t.eo.U tike . - ... ii4ismwu(K, r (ausviitri, ry. .1.1 M....1 gether with the whites who sold them TOM KOKIXSOX, s aj, sire of Harry Wilkes a Ouy Wilks Do not Sutter any Longer t 'uivMti iirtic iu Sftouisvntt NtwaiBtnTa Chicago ftr .&- Richmond, VIRGINIA 1 tsVi, Red Wilkes Shortest and sirv of Prince Wilkes ic w Knowing that cough can be checked in a da) the whiskv that incited the crime. Quickest line to William I. sireot Axtell, record sis, Sun of Will.., e Denmark almvt. Mt iljin by M, and the first stages of .consumption broken in a sold tor Jioj,'iH and is the only horse that slaHds ler's Isenniark, bebv the race hore Deninir. h we hereb) guarantee Dr Ackers I tigliik dam Plorite, jd djiu b Moutai.iiierv'iitili at $1,000 the season It is stated that Hon. Hichard C. War- week, Kerned), and will refund the money to all Cough First dam Klua Jane (dum ol aland Messenger ilam liy 111.1 llrenn in. Turn a fine Wupe.l b and not find a splendid who buy take it as per directions,by Ado it. Penren, who has made such a 6V() by Oentle ilrcere, mi of Pearl a 30, ofim ...... .... lejsitig buth ur.M mane anil 1.111,1; Si liaml- - litg our statement correct. Kor Solid Trains, baggage cars, smoking cars and of Pearl .Medium ill and is a natural saddUr and has proven hi 3 sell n record as Lincoln county's lepresenta-tiv- ny, Druggist. coaches, Pullman Houdoir Sleepers through withKitty Rivers dam of llertie Ctrl, 4 fam y breeder. Second dam 10UISVILLE & CINCINNATI 'Fhe abote tnrk will make the mum i.f out chant; via Chilian oga, llirratni;ham, Mrld. ) ear old rwoid J 17 on slow track by Alexander's in the late uulamented Legislature, Our Very Beat People f m) farm i miles from Hustons ill, lao making direct connections en toute for Knss. Abdullah, sire (if Goldsmith Men) s 14, RosaJiml will soon announce himself a candidate Confirm our statement hen we say that Dr Ack- vide. Ashes ille, Lynchburg and points in the Dull, Sei ures to Travelers, ter's Slatinn. and will be permitted tonert irprn V,, Almout, llcltnoflt, Ac ere mar n. in every way superior to Kngllsh Remedy hird dam bs Red Jacket sin ol the dam ef by the insurance. for Auditor of State. Mr. Warren's er's throat and any iithT preparations Kentuck) Wilkes s jiVi aad th second dams 01 croup, it w CAllla-'lDXI'THE MOST RAPID ROUTE friends have been urgiug him to make and audall whooping cough andfor thea samplemagic lungs. In Wilkas So fit) j i?Vi. I.itri iV.. Laura telle botrelietos at ome Weoffer you ;',, Combat (sire of Brown j iS and William Wallace Tom 'Ever attempted between the great commercial the race for some time, but he has detle free. Remember this reinedr is old on n pos- At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming l soVvl Red Wilkes sire of Priac Wilkes a 14 1 A R Penny's. cities on the Ohio Riser and Chicago, and hence clined ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, Phil Thompson a 10V4, &c by Comet, son ofShcr-ma- n bethus far to openly commit himself itive guarantee, at the fastest time and most comfortable trains and llrunswick, Lake Cil),'lhouiaaillca.id FLORIMorgan tween all points in the South, or to the West DA points. DENMARK LBXELL, Fourth dam an extra fast mar, supposed to be to a candidacy. The report is now, howNorthwest. 1 he counterpart of this train on all '.ot Death. The only line running solid trains with choice of Abdallah and Messenger blood Tho.Flrst Symptoms Son of trunk lines is denominated The Limited Express. ever, that in a very short time Mr. Warallace Denmark, a handsome r Pullman Houdoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to s ti, first dam Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in retosky 10J3, by I. dirge likes .. at Ilia ftif .ml of riiv.! kliuul u u.i .. .'The superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons ren will shy his castor and take his nnri nfihi. lodv. kinkinir at the tut of the suriout r Mitliout change lor any class sf mm innnri) stom atinie iiam 01 Acme 11 .eai s rsst, trial 1 10: "V. '7 Unlimited Cmlort commuted t.. my care and bree.lmg wt baggage huk v pimple or sores Katie Jacksoa jacVi, trial a 19 at yvarsold; Grey ach loss SayMtnon, get Monon and stick to Monon, it chances. Should Mr. Warren announce are all of appetite, ftserishness, atteatioti Selma ' positisc esidelice of poisoned bond. Xo Florence- and Montgomery, liuntdlc, Decatur, Charley, trialat 3 years old a jo aad sithers tkal "' 'soMable Prwnal be paid lor belore furnisbc. you want to sae money and have a pleasant jour rates i.. Memphis and Alt KANSAS points rein, al f loiiM trot close to 1 30 by Iran's Cadmus, site poisoned it must be purified No himself ho will prove a formidable com- matter now it bociime Wker's Knglish lllood Klisir Shortest and quickest to Anniston Selina, Mo- PocahoBtas 1 17K c. ncy "c,v fr acitdents .,r es, jnt to avoid death. Dr atung Willi stoi k forfeits iiiur.iiir it..i.,t. For tull information, time cards, maps, folders, petitor from the very start, anil he is al.u.n bile itucL'sL- - tt'n Direct connections made at NKW OR. .l. .k. has never failed to remove .rofulou or s)philitic I.KAN'S c, call on or addres J sTKKI.KCARPLNlrK without omnibus transfer for (i.ihettun, 1S40 at my place sM miles from Stanford, K) , on season due. under iotitue guarantee at A It, W. G CIU'SH.T P. A , Louisville, Ky. Houston, Austin, most certain to gather strength as the poisons Sold ltushllraHchpike.it I'etjny's. IAS. HAKKhK, (i I' A , Chicago, !)rV. It. McROHLRTS, Act., Stanford. campaign proceeds. He is a man of wide TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Dr. Acker'a English Pills $20 to Insure a Mare in Foal, experience, a gentleman of the highest Are acttsc, effucttsi! and pure. Kor sick The only- through line to Jnckson and Vicksburg, bad disordered stomach, A3) principles, and capable and tilted in ev- complexion and biliousness, lass of appetite, been Miss., Mireseport La making direct o Money due when the fact is ascertained nr mare they have nevr "Vtm.1 iXJ mr CHAh DUNN omnibus transfer lor ery respect to make a good auditor. At equaled either in America or abroad. For sale by without San Amount, hi Paso Dallas Fort Worth parted with. Austin and pointsm X O A R. Penny, Druggist lhi tfttiiin and C'iml.iiied sialhon will ma! i present Mr. Green, of this city, and Authe present season at Dr. P W Logan's ,nili , TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. XOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE ditor Xorman are the only announced asI .ist 01 .Millecigesille on turniuke rn.il That Terrible Cough ' St anford " hurried or difficult I'ur through rates correct pirants. Mr. Warren's decision will bo In the inornin;,tightness In the chest breathing, and full DcMrintloii and Pedieri-Wairb. i. stan uickenod information RAILROAD. raisins phlesm, A1jrt1t.1t Jinn lion Citv, urd bred, blck. 17 hands high, weighs i.noli.s Stan 'ard awaited with interest by the politicising pulse, chilliness in the evening or sw at at nilit oraddress call on HIANK W WOOILK,Ky . nwgiiili. rnt st)lcaud action and is a sure foal all lor any of these things are the first suie. The Great Ttav ran. Agt Lexinuton. k of the State. Louisville Times. h. Dr. Acker's English Coujrli Kerne ' v.. '""K"1 comnining spesHl ami fifM C C h.RVKY D ( KDWARDS claj saddle .(iialiti... Hc ,as ;uid is old fearful symptoms, rc Vice I'resioe t. P A T A.. Ilex b) lticheiieu; he by Manibnno rd of 4 h Chief THROUGH TRUNK LINE. "We lmvu tlecitled to take a trip dey will euro these guarantee by A. R. Penny, under n positisu Cin urati O by Mambnno Paynm-iehe by Mamhrino. h. Druggist. by Imp. MeetiKr. editor, "and North," wiites a Ueorgia StandarJ rirsi uam Helm mare ' II firiilmia. I,.. 1... I i..t.i-...- bv llav . Meueiieer h. 1.. To the naked eye it does uot look as if diirinj: our absence tho paper wiV bo in .i iicuyuiin MV ' .vniiiii , L ...he aliote elegantly bred horses will make the tho editors and citizens of Winchester charge of our wife. As souie of our sen .ii of 1S90 at "Mnples," two miles from With bv!lUrkbuni Whip lie by Imp. Whip, he on Stanford tdki-- . where they will be found s7s4i.ru m uan uv nnrotJ: ij iiim 3 fi.A.......i.i In ,.. .,... iniiy not know her are hankering after the press convention siiwiuui: it any time ready to serve imini. mare bv imp. Dioiuede ' llav Messenger' iiirri A"i,i!si dan as well as we do, wo advise them iu ad- with that intensity displayed up to the wasoutof afull blooded Me.s.ngcr mare and b) SIMS, yi4i l(o kiHL'ham ARTIIL'H linn if time of their big halo of lots. Whence vance to settle their accounts iu full Richelieu was the most fashwnahh trot --Louisville Hy Oen Knox, record a 14, with 14 in s class ting horse m America and the winner bred more and whv so? Jessamine Journal. hlii; should call upon them." or class Gen Knox by Vermont premiums and pur.es and 10 in 1 MHE Dr. A. S. PRICE, A fine breeder of good horses will iiano1 at Keubcn i 1 hands high, oark' hay and a lor nil purposes and m . lllark stallion. If', hand. high, to 1c.' bled b) A tioldsmith, llrane couniy, New ,rk Sired b) L.istel.ir iu'i tstdam Wobiirn Maid, by Woburn w ( The dam of Cars er, J71,! and dam h a Mamhrino hore 3d dam by Mamhrino Messenger C'asleUr, io) by Volunteer, s, sir ot St. lul- HtH s iiti, etc.: 1st dam Mias Noslin by Ifsmmond, son ol Potter's Clay , d dam Well's Star, damnf ArtUltry 1 jiVj, and Me4ty to, by American Star, 14, jd dum b KerlraaH Woburn, Itamblctwnian, 10, 1st dim by Mis Cool), hy Teicgrauh 101 , jnd dui, th dam ot t,eo Cooky, bv Fridai Kd Harlow will stand at my u'-JH 'itaihts from Stanford on the new Whit Ojk and . Dls Kmr turnpike, near Dixidrrar's Mill iH-t, Harrison Chief, Jr., i , 11. 1 . J 1 111 1 i liar-low- PENNY, Dentist. ! - 41 f, I - c Xx-o- , 1 Pa-st- Mite-llret- li RBMOVE3DI ""'. er-- 1 . , Eagle A Denmark .. I ALLEN J. T. STJTTOIT ! YAS0O,11799. 1 1 Johnson m m I m mm m hr 411 1 , . 1 , , HEAL 11 ! sssl 1 I ! 111 tl AYRE3 szm.&3&, s .;: wmm , tn sc1 . - "0-foo- 94ra's8wr 110 u.trfc.rjr?AT;i, York, ..II-. 1 -. to Insure. toi-y- Wallace Denmark: , 1 1 , j MEMOS. x 111 . , 1 , .1 w I (iiir-tl- 111 nigli-tn- 11 Tineville, Kentucky. 1 but-ve- y BREEZE I . 1.1. WILKES! ) V . I 111 Chey-eune- s, A. dlsm-iy- lioston, -I l, i, ! m .1 u, A NEW FAST MAIL i S-- le e v '1 I atSIS; atSIO , Jack-sonsill- e paasen-gerso- 4 I - c .. 1 ''srilii .".-(a .11 L - v . 111 IL IXX TY I hiail-ach- e, - nne'-lion- s "WATERLOO. ui , counts-man- s Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, i 1 5526, r. SOUTH' & WEST To Nashville, Memphis, MOTHERS R& FRIEUD s'.ofH BASV I 1 - - I.un-cast- I 311 xkilanta, Says the Southorn Medical World: A curious trap at the patent ollico is isgrowing iu favor "Mother's an imitation rat that has a piece ot tousl- out the SouthFriend" highl) recommended through and Is ly We consider it indispensiblc to those ed cheese stuck ou the end of a little Montgomery, who know they must pass through the ordeal .f Write lladfield Reg C , Atlanta Little Rock, spear that projects from his nose a short distance. When a real rat comes up to Oa , for particulars. Sold by all druggists Mobile and New Orleans. nibbling at the cheese tho spear jumps DRUNKENNESS -- THE LIQUOR HAD Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. out about six inches and impales the unln all tho World tboro la but ono cure, Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. fortunate. Only one chanze to points in child-birtT-- S?Sf BRADFiaD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTAg SOLO BY ALL ORUGGISTS. mvoPwWk I ' than nny other liore 111 Ken Hero, 141, dam Daughter of Arthur Sims' ist dam. Lady Arthur, is by lloiirbun Chief, sire ol Waterloo's dam by Helm's Yorkshire, he l.v ady Maud a aud many other good onun and is Wei.iger's llelshaar S,Krk,.hirei iam Ile is a hand- - ad 1. by Kowuth; jd dam the 1mte.lro.1n out of Lilly Arthur, thoroughbred. mart sonic bay isV, hands high and has proven himself owned by J, Helm and afterward l) N le. Will stand at .1 tine breeder. Waterloo will stand at 1 1 $20 by the Insurance. WVANDOTTK, 33 I $15 to Insure a Living Colt, will also stand at Ihe tame plan-- my fine Jack ARKANSAS & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS feeling homeson the line of this road will receive Special rates. , arSe agents ol this Company for rates, routes ttJC.. or write to C. I. ATMOKE. O. '. & T. A., Louisville, K) Two Florida men cut down a bee treo the knowledge of the person taking it, effecting a cure, whether the patient und saved several hundred pounds of speedy and permanent, or an alcoholic wreck is a moderate drinker . . r have or nnm cured who Tnousands honey. When they finished gatherm"; have taken of drunkardsSpecific been tlieir cotfeo nRnrnrVV-RS- ' in the Golden enerai and reaxness or Hnrfv n believe ther tho honey they commenced to investi- without their knowledge, and of Errors or Excesses of their own freewill. No harm fubuit gate tho top of the treo and found where elleddrinking from its administration. Cures guar- llsbl. Aobl asallOllli full llu.4 ,iinula or Younr, results iES!!i.'"!!5!if,',,.li.TJlPpJtP,i",1,,8ulloiir. eranes had built their nests. They gath- anteed. Send for circular and full particulars. A18 talsttlifeSaSSS-rSwa- s in confidence Goi.iikv Stkukk Co., ered up 240 dozen tgs. ItaceStreet. Cincinnati, O ERIE MEOIOAL CO --IUFiLo. n!7. It can hi;ivt-- in a cup of tea or coffee FOR MEN ONLY. saw bt arTaBBBBBBi ar a. zr- - i y ..... 1 i llyacynth by Volunteer, t ond dam Clara, the dam of Dextci 2 17 and Dictator, the sie of Director j 17; Phallas 1 it) and a to 1st dam Ladv iv'elch y William Welsh. sire cU; in Prince Imperial 2 n',. and Jeremiah 1. a...." ad . 11,9 ti... MU1I.C7 bflll- dam an inbred w. orse Rvsdvk's Ham Wetonia No. to, the founder of thi irrfinlr.l trrit- llmr .... n. .1... world haft ever known, rnilrllnir through his seins from different channels via: Hy Metropolitan, one of the best bred sons of Rysdyk's lUmhlclonuti, having- for Ins dum Qiir ... sp.w A STEVE WAtKISR, B uwurc 3 Living. iu I n. I ntunpul... . " " uiurv silfllllli(f- "T" i lot .Money partcu with . . u"c ....; m. ...-- .1 ho by King Phillip jlL"k is) was sired by king 'ph,m 1; ,d dam by .Morecis.le, he by Jim Porter, This lack Saiinjcr.net; she un Kirg; Wilfiam i:h,gh,Ki,K5.v;!y Afe IIC I) it ".. f . L - tr u "" "oeu ine con i 10a ed une. Voll,n,"r' m"p"" or with. Lien retained till money is paid maro n.irir.l I T. A r.LKIN, Lancaster 8 I' W LOGAN, Owner. t1.S '