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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887032501 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 1887 $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. ft' Stmt Veekt & VOL. XVI. N itefinf Jumfmai NO. 214. Feed, COUNTr DEPARTMENT. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1887. Those old landmark, Walk Newcomb and hi fiddle, atill remain on the corner and from morning till night one can hear one or both going, 12, M. Djnny ha bought out the stock of merchandise at Lvel Green, owned by A. Catron. Mr. Citron will continue in hi live stock trading The ICcho correspondent from this place has dropped hia quill and picked up tha checker board, and the click of the checker can be hoard from morn till night except when some one loorci a move, when tho dual that itrUea obcurr nil aigbt of the scramble that enauea. At thin writing (12 o'clock Thursday) the Ihtne have juit been aubdued at the residence of Htrrltcn Uupenter, in the eaatern part of towr. Tim kitchen caught fire from the traditional defective Hup, but little dauiac.waa done. Tho house occupied by G. W. Huckina narrowly escaped fire from an overturned grease pot three day since. The number of fire diacovertd in their incipiency in this place within the laat few day i wonderful. No Iff than six have occurred during the lat two weeks. The last wa at the Newcomb Hotel. In one of the room where a fire had been started it waa found that some of the coal had dropped from the grate and a large hole had been burned in the iloor when discovered and waa In a fair way to consume the building. Fifteen pound granulated sugar $1; 17 pound beat C sugir $1. Custom-housor any full weight that give justice. A big line of clothing of bcit make and at price that iWy competition. My assort ment of dry good and notion I complete. and A real nice loi of ladiea' trimmed hat other millinery gooda at price that will as tonish you. Ha'a and cap in abundance for men and bar. Chillnlplow and farm-lo- g implement; in fact a full and general assortment of everything kept in a general atore can be found and at the very lowest price in ur house. Call and see. L. B, 2t Adam. e OARRARO VubHnhctl Tucattnu AT nntl Vfrtiia) tfU 1BU ANNUM, CAHH. W. P. WALTON- understood if we credit that ll.M will be and demanded. Ul. VERNON. ROCKCASJLECOUNTY. A now girl C'al. Payne at Henrjr Brown'. died Monday niphloi pneu of NicholasTillo with hie tiarlahooere. wa uionta. Father Gorejr, here Wcdur-iIftT I ' - I Hrlnkley & Citron are buying two car of tnulea for tha southern market. The furniture company ahliiped a car of their Rood to Lebanon to Jay. Beit good, LowLargeat aorluient Whtro at? Logan ThompionV est prices. -- t of courae. Weleh ban hia eye on hi mother' Put Pocket money cook and heating atom. KettitiK abort New town trualeea bare been appointand the town KOTcrnmenl will eoon-bed rtorganUed. few J. K. Allen houae caiiRht fire a candle left too near n nlghtii alnco from papered wall. Not more than 100 cord of tan bark will be loaded at thle elding during the present aeaaon. -- . W. Huckina broucht the Interior JoUUNAI. out early Tuesday morninc to the aubacrlbera here. Willi Jone and family mofe to Pitta- burn thla week and Will DtU' family got to the houae vacated by Mr. Jonea. Ha it erer been ahown how Mr. Karri voted in the Senatorial race betwren Dr. J.' J. Brown and John Bennett aome all years ago? The firmer are cettiDg along nicely with plowins. Wheat proapecta are belter than for aome year. More gran need ia being aown than foreeveral acasone pant. Four men on horaeback were bringing a little negro to town Thuraday morning on the charge of ataling a piatol. J tut before reaching here the little coon (lid off the horae and made hi eecapa to the wood amid a ahower of bullet fired to acaru him. Mr. Harriaon Brannaman, of Wildie. aaya the people of hia neighborhood are greatly worried over th re"porta lately ent out from that place of killing and general dlaorder. He wiahea ua to aar that tbelr little town i a iuiet and orderly a any yllliMje in the mountain tinea dome of the trifling bum hare been forced to leave it. There em'lo be aome diraatiafaction about the manner in which the jail build log contract waa given. It appear that there ia an Impreaalonout that one political party Bt H the pie if there be any in it. We euppos the oppoelte party would do the eamie if they had charge of the work i. e., give their immediate frlenda the firat e Lancaster. Mr. J. W. Bryan, candidate for Lt. Governor, wa in town Tuesday getting ac quainted with our people. The town wa almost depopulated thla morning, near! everybody having been summoned as jurors in the Smith case at Stanford. Postmaster Peacock aaka us to state that hereafter tho poatoffico will be opened at 7 A M. and clcsod at 7 r. M. Hours fcr money order business 8 A. M. to 1 r m. -- Win, and Humphrey Uet, the young men who participated in the Paint Ltek shooting aflalr a few week azo, have left for parts unknown. They were each under a bond of $2o0 for tho part they took in the Paint Lick affair. At tho special term of the Garrard circuit court last week (Jen. Lanuram waa saorn In as special judge, Judge Morrow being unablo to attend. Loui Landram was sworn in as an attorney. Margaret Pet-tu- a wa adjudged an idiot and the mother of John W. Harris was allowed her claim to a homestead. The Indian show ia furniahing the chief topic of converaation just now. They give a performance inch evening and the novelty and excellence of the show together with the small price of admission charg ed, generally attract a large audience. The brasii band arrived Wednesday night and will remain with them while here. Mesmerism i the special feature of the performances this week and is very amusing. CURREN1 COMMENT. Ilev, J. M. Brnca will preach his laat -- AMDsermon at the Baptist church next Sunday. The Harris House I undergoing re.STABLE!! pair in the way of a new roof and gutter Hating rented the liable nn Depot street, I am ing. preparod to train and hrsalc horses on reuooable Born, on the 22d. to the wife of Mr. term. County Court Ur trails aollcited. JOI1X It. VARVRSTRItj Spingler, a daughter, ond to the wife of 10.1-Htanford. Ky. in. Mr. William Hodge, a son, who has been name4 Grover Cleveland. This cold weather I bid on our early garden and little chicken. Mr. McAtis-te- r, All persons arc notified not to pass through our Mr. 8lglr, Mr. Diorw, the Mies promises without apcclal permission, at we will Stuart and other have rem 50 to 7o chick- enforce tho lav agilnit those who do, ivji.iiEcii, r en. We have already been invited to eat A. 31. FRItAXV, fried chicken at an early date with several .7. II. JUltLRR, Iiiyery, Training, SALE 6 i - COMPANY 1 I CREAM 1 HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. At KJ H. Edward' rale of farming lock, etc, at MorcUnd Station on Wednesday, March 30, he will alto offer for eale a fine Ohlo'Valley Grand Square piano and a good family rockaway, ol Mannwarren make, Danville. Thia la a good opportunity to get a fine piano and family vehicle. Hale commence at 10 A, it. Dt Bonis Non. Everybody ha heard the story of the witneaa to Lincoln' aaaaadnation who te- -t fisd that Booth, after firing the fatal shct, exclaimed, "He'a alck, send for M'ainni." Whether the story i true or not, we don't know, but the Courier Journal compoiitor, Tuesday of last week, waa guilty of equally a ludicrous a mistake in tackling a A dtepatch from Ft. Latin legal phra-e- . Wayne, Ind., giving an account of a suit filed in some court there contained the following sentenre a It appeared in print: "Suit it brought by the administrator, Debonia, now residing in Brooklyn." What was meant, and doubtless written correspondent, was, "Bull is by the pre brought by the adminlatrator dt bonis non residing in Brooklyn," the Latin words meaning "of the good not yet administered on." The intelligent compoltor, however, must have thought dt bonis a man and read will non, now. Our professional reader especially appreciate and enjoy the mi takn. Glasgow Times We are told that there are two creeka io t&li k.ounty that are known by the tame name and it it laid i often a aource of trouble and annoyance to find which one ia meant when they arsapsken or written of. lice. 1' ' Bruah creek i the name and one ia in the eaatern part of the county and the other in the weatern portion. The allver diacovery iiaaid to be on the eaatern atrcnm of that name. Tne old iron and bone man i with u More than 30 year ago a young girl wa Tuesday evening during the absence of John Lunlt' family their on,VMart, went in the act of placing a pitcher on a post Carolina rail into the kitchen and demolished the cook- which stand near the South sold tho wreck for 60 cent. rod, five mllej from Aiken, when Hhe wa ing Biota and Ever since A new Move had to be purchaaed before struck dead by lightning. occurrence the pitcher In remained aupptr could be prepared for tha family are ca the pojt fe by uparlllion from tho Moat of the kitchen and boarder kept locked nnd a.watch i pet on er- touch of neiroai, wno halievu ttri tho arm now which touches it will be piraljeid. Storms er movable metal article. for more than a and cyclones and eirtbquake have not disAfter kreping quiet hold year Jont Chumley. at Llylugaton, a fir? placed It, although the por. which day alnce, filled up on pine top and with It is fast crumbling lo deciy. hi 11 mountain howllur waa proceedirg It is relabel that a worn in of Liginpirt to rquaro up an old grudje agalnatj Frtd thought that she saw bm track in the File, a railroaJ carpenter. After knocking snow under her hired Rirl' window, and him on the head a few time nnd cufllcg not wishing to alarm the family, nat b g him around the Dutchnnn got hta'.mad up aleol trap thsra wltho it aayio anytiin : to and literally ewept the ibor with hi an hdt one. She had hardly retired for the tagcnlat. Chumley waa glad lo limp ofl night when she waa startled by a aerie of and ait down for a needed reat. vieon.ii yell, and Investigation found her Wa underatand Mr. D.N. William hu hand lioppln; around on one leg with would decline the democratic nomination tha bear trip ban ting to the other. for the leglalature, if offered to him, aaying reseutly ren Tbe Cjurt of Appaila h thankful to hi many friends who k for the nomination dered a dechioa of looil interait in regard had propoaed hi namo mtsdetueuior offense i by but that hia btialneaa connection wero euch to the trial in all The court decile 1 that that he could not convenientlyjsever them town authorities the trial and conviction of a pirty viola to make the race. Why couldn't the name ordinance wai not i br to of M. N. Ltngford beuggeetedjas a suita- ting any town cirHe, we believe, could win hi indictment and punishment by the ble candidate? 5 That where a per m ml ted cuit court. the election if he ahould'run. Stale law ha wa The potato club after guessing for both the town and the of beans in a guiliy of two offeniea and could hi piinis'i aome months at the number hiiahnl have ascertained Lby an actual cd for both Maine has again changed her polcy recount, by their secretary, Dive Poynter, to Dick garding murderera. In 1870 capital pun Treasurer thoutand. be nlnoty-ai- x In 18S3 the death Welah jut got In hlajreport on clover reed iihment waa abolished legida. before the meeting adjourned and says he penalty was restored. The pre'ent had ture, by lare majorize in each branch, had counted seventeen million and of more than a hundred thousand seed to ha again abolished it. The advocate Twenty million timothy seed bad the change claim that during the seyen spare. penalty onbeen counted by Nate Evans when last year when there was no death than a quart ly 21 murders were committed in the heard from and he had more roatore 1 of the buMiel left. Saver! moro of the while in the four years i ince it yfu been no lira than 37. Lew merchant will phortly take the aeed coun there have York Evening Peat. buainesj. tti-decree or advertise their llil-trag- ic Abolish the law on the Kentucky statute book which say that a man should J be hanged for murder, Jurors will not observe it, notwithatanding'.thoir oaths, and It Louisville Commercial. ia of no use. Now that the prohibition party in Kentucky has become a political organization with a single idea, thouaanda of democrats who would be glad to see temperance principle prevail, unwilling U sever patt political affiliations, will stand aloof from the new party. Georgetown Times. Barring the President' deliberation in removing republicans from office who should long since have been shown the door, ho has given the country an administration surprisingly able and unlmpeach- ably honest, and deserves, as he will secure, a hearty and complete endorsement from Frankthe national convention in 1383. fort Capital. The prohibitionitts of Warren county haye deoided among themselves that they have no connection with the State Prohibl tion party, and that they will not affiliate with it. They are a body of prohibition, tats and not a parly. They propose to ex ert themselves in favor of local temperance measure and will let general or State pro Bowling hibitlon take care of itself. Green Times. Five of the seven prohibition State candi date are, or were, democrat. The strength of the prohibitionists will be drawn in about similar proportion from democracy and republicanism. There ia no question a to prohibition being much more disaster-ou- s to the former than to the latter. Every democratic vote giyen to prohibition :a thrown away in a hopeless cause and increase the chances of a republican success. Glasgow News. We beg pardon of Gov. Knott, and if he i not inclined to grant it, we will wait until he ia abtent and apply to Lieut. Governor Hindmati. List week we jumped on Governor Knott with both feet, for pardon ing before trial a man In this city, who was indicted in 20 case for selling liquor with out licence. That wa a mistake. Governor Knott is not guilty. It waa Lieutenant Governor Hindman who granted the pardon in the absence of the Governor Mt. Sterling Sentinel. Bruce Champ print thi silly and unreasonable paragraph: Wa haye an intimation from those who pretend to know, that Mr Harris will be withdrawn and Col. Holt pitted against Gen. Buckner. have ail Mr. Harris' Louisyille friend dropped him like a viper and are undoing what little they had done for him. They were merely playing for his vote in the Senate to put through some dirty schemr. Sharp fellows, those Louisville schemers! There are numeroua quaint superatillons connected with cats: "Blood from a black cat' tail will cure Htanford, Ey. We have received the fint issue of the 2CI tf. Comberland Valley JVetw, edited at WOOD WALLACE. vraxr cochkasc. by Robert L. Diyis, on March IS, and judging Irom this, it likely to baa COCHRAN, very interesting and creditable paper. Mr, Dtvi has kindly offered to send us each ia GENTS' FURNISHERS, sue, for which ho will please accept our 613, 4th Street, thanka. - - Oar town will ba on a boom in the millinery line this aeuon, as there will te lta-2four millioery store here. They will bs under the management of Mr. E. W. June, Mrs. Walter EJmlnton, Mr. W. 0. Hansford and Mrs. Scott Farri and Mine MT. VERNON, KY. Alice an dPauline Hardin. n Thla old and Hotel li atlll mainMr. Morris Harris sent to hia sister. taining lta fine regulation. Cbargot reasonable Miss Hettie, from Cnsrleaton, S. C, a box Special attention to the traveling public. containing a sea biscuit, a sea weed and a P. XRircOJIR, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, K.J. number cf pretty and curious shells, gathered from ofl the beach, The sea biscuit is a perfect curiosity and has on it a natural ! design, which look like some hand-ptior- ed work. Mis Lottie Dillion is confined to her VALUABLE PROPERTY bed with an attack of pneumonia. Captain Aa Administratrix of B. It. Oeotrr, I will sell T. G. Moore i quite ill; Dr. Carpentsr was on bis late premises, on to see him Tuesday. Little Jennie Ev up ans, who has bean uiclt ail winter, is worse ON SATUDAY, APRIL 2ND, 1887, at thia writing and Dr Cirpenter fear she A tract ofland will be paralyzjd. Miss Etir.1 Smith. Mrs. 107 D, BEJmlston and Mis Lura Doore are n, Adjoining the homestead, In a good stats of on the sick liat. moat of it down In grass, well watered and yisit-inMiaa Sabra Hays, of Stanford, is fenced. I will sell also at the same time Mis Louana James. Miss Maggie 2 Work Mule, 2 Horses, 1 extra Saddle Horse 7 years old, l uenmaric aaume auuiion z years oia, of Danville, is the guest of Mrs. 1 Weanling Saddle Colt by On Time, 1 Brood William Garnett. The many friendi of Mr Hare by Hubble' Denmark, in foal to Judge Kuger, 1 good Brood Mare, 8 cows with calf, two W. P. Tatem and family welcome them ot them rrgistered Shorthorns, 10 good grade long yearling Cattle, 2 yearling hellors. 1 thoroughback to tbelr old home. Mrs. Margaret grade heifer calres, bred Bull (Registered), 1 thoroughbred belter calf, SO good Ewe Latley la visiting hereon, Mr. Luclen Las- with lambs. 20 Shoats. 7 bows and nUs. Fannin Im ley. Mr. John A. Iuldemaa, nf Louisplements, consisting or Wood Ueaper, Buckeye Mower, Hay Bake, Wheat Drill, Plows, Harville, ia in town thi week. One of our rows, xc, One good Spring Wagon, 3 pretty girl Is the attraction here for him. Wagons, I good Buggy and Harness almost new, 1 friend. JlOUr JlcALIHTER, f J LEXINGTON.KY. fatptf It 1 I aaclc WALLACES 9Erery guaranteed to glvo sattifactlon.sa JAS. O.niVENS, LOUISVILLE, KY. ITJf. AYBE. Notary Public. 3TCWC09IB HOTET, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 311 AYRES & GIVENS, - Fifth Street, LOClSVITiLE, YOUJ& (IM-ly.- ICY. ) Uooms 3 and 5, Cromio lllock. 83-6- J. ATXJsivxfoar AD'IVEIX? SALS IS SOLICITED. terrlcc-- s of a first-claBarber, and propose to turn out work done up onlr In the highest BtyJe of the Tonsorlal Art. Mr shop Is cvutrally located, next door to Wcaren's A. Menefo's. I am preparod It fix tho "bangs" of young ladles In a manner truly enticing. A can from both the ladies and gnUstmc3 of Stanford and tho public generally is respectfully I have secured tha solicited. - 2ii.iL lniffj itina. PEARSON & CLARK, CONTAINING ACRES cultl-TStlo- Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. g is 2fc 1-- West Iklaln strcnt--. 203-6- For Sale at a Bargain. desirable residence with seTen ro.ms and porch- weii oi waierat the door; stable, smoke noun, Ac About an acre of ground In the lot. For terms, Ac, apply to R. O. A LFOUD, 1H- Agent for J. B. Allord. I Offer for sale nrlritelr In Htinfor.1. c . .... two-hor- Also at same time the fol'owlng horses belong. Ing to J. C. OentTT will ba sold: 1 good combined "know," Saddle Mare, 1 Mare 8 years old, 1 3 year-ol- d In Qusale. He aald that Qua was really no weanling Colt, 11 Texas Mares, moat ot them foal to good horns. orer TEBMB: All sums oftlO and under cash, good whatever; that he wouldn't work and that amount a credit of four months with appror-e- d didn't know anything berond cigarettes. Pa security. Terms aa to land ada known on day or Hale. Jinn. jtAMti v. uaa-ris- Admix. was just awfully down on him, and the last 103't.d. lime Gus came to see me Pa heard him in Gussts Was BoriuOTmoaa. "Yon she said, "that pa couldn't bear bo Household effects, Ac. E. IX. FOX, - - the parlor and came out with a rush, and MACE BKUCE-before Gut could get down the front steps Pa kicked hime real hard three time with hi left foot. Pa hu been lame erer since, Buggy & Implement House. and I don't care if he is. I know Gus felt real hurt about it. He said no man erer I hare now kicked him with his left foot before, and A Full Lino or Whoat Drills and that it waa real bad luck. Pre tried a hun othor Agiioultural Imploinonts, dred times to get him to come and see me again, but he won't. "Why not?" "Oh, he Besides a Washington Rspub-lie- . is ao superstitious." a The Photographer, Danville, - - My. Frames Made to Order. Fall Line ot Baggies and. Wagons Alwaya on hand. In connection with my plement business, I will also carry a Im- PIANOS ! There is not a city of any magnitude in the country in which the saloons, the rum pswer, have not endeavored to control the city government. If tbey can not control it directly, br force of numbers, they do it by fear, Tbey male men afraid to take active nieaaura against them, if they can not control them a relive partisan. The saloon wants the earth and already imagines ttiat it is diepstsi'sod thereof by the decent claBae of society. It mint bs disabled of this idea. It must be ahown that it lives by suffcrance, where it does exist, and not by rirfht. It is an insolent, overbearing, despotic rant, desperately endeavoring to of all erect an empire of rum on the ruin that i good and pure. - Toledo Il.ade 1 Complete Stock of Lumber, Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as liOW 112-l- rr as any one. Beipectfully, I solicit asbAreof your patronage, J. .11. JlliCCE. ! FOB SAJLE Valuable Real Estate and Booms. f&IlsWiiWlBfsSsS-Store - A number of iloaton capitalists ate building a railway car of eteel. Instead of forming their car by the current (quart box pattern, they will use as far as possible, Hot-ai- r pipe will heat a curved deign, the car and a compreseinc platform will render telescoping an impossibility. The general adoption of such a car would be a mewt desirable result.Boatca Journal, CITIZENS NATIONAL OF I.ANCAHTEB, KY. BANK, ... fits" "To cure a felon, hold the finger afiecied in a cat' ear a quarter of an hour each CAPITAL - ' $135,000 00 day." "If a man two or three cats hairs they will cause him to faint." "If one dreams of fighting with a cat that scratches him he will be sick or In af swallow fllction." "The belief that cat 'suck the breath' infaut is nothing but a "superstition," formation of a cat' mouth being such that tention. the thine Is an utter impossibility." Thla Bank solicits accounts of Individuals, firms and corporations. It facilities for making collections, In 1 1 part of the United States, are un surpassed, and cutomera aro at 'all times granted any reasonable accommodations they aea proper to ask. We bg to ofler our service to the citizens ot neighboring counties, without Banking of facilities, and assure them that any business sent the us shall at all times hare prompt and faithful at- As Executor of Lewis V. Philips, dee'd, I ofier for sale, on oasy terms, the following real estate In and near the growing town of Lancaster, Garrard county. Krntucky: on Public Square of said One Brick Store-rooroom. town, now used as a One frame Htororoom on the Public Square, cow used as a family grocery room. s on Richmond Street, near PubTwo lic Square, one now used as a Millinery atore, the With other as an Undertaking establishment. this block will bo sold if desired a lot of ground adjoining. One farm with house and other ntcesary improvement, on the Uxlngton Turnpike, 3 miles irom Lancaster, of 137 acres. miles from Lancaster, One Farm ol 10 acres, S near the Lexington Pike, tmproTcd, with house and necessary outbuildings. nn firm. unlinnroTtd. 3 miles from Lancaster. Ky:, on the Lexington Turnpike of 73 acres. And also a tract of 10 acres on Gilbert's Creek, about 4 lailca from Lancaster. As executor, I desire to sell all this property. I am empowered by the will to make deeds to It, A line chance la now offered to thjie desiring homes or Investments. For lull particulars address my Attorney, II. T. Noel, Lancaster, Ky.. or the undersigned at Stanford, Ky. St. VHMI.IRH. Executor. 200 3m. dry-gooStore-room- Wo are opening tbe m est rureliilly selected, tha finest and txst stock of PIANOS AXI OlMJANH Ever brought to this city, livery instiument', ts thopridoof au artist and prices rjmgo from 10. to 25 percent, lower tnan ottier dealers ask for the same goods. Persons ol uuslcal and art culture are Invited to an Inspection oft lie beautiful, cultivated, ren lied tono and artist desUusol these celebrated Instruments: TIio Kimuc, tho Fa d muus Decker & Son, the Popular nud the Koliublo New tingland Pianos, The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and tho John Ohuroh & Oo. Organs. World-roiiouucEt-or- ett J. Spetlal Ag'tJ, Htanford, Ky. Or ROSE R. RICHARD, A. R. Tsnny, Mra. E. M. CarpenReferences: ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and Jamea Bess-leStanford; Mrs. Msgale Holmes. Crab Orchard; Gen. W. J. Undram and Mlsa Llssle Huffman, Lancaster, Ky. H. post-offic135-l- Please communicate with us for catalogues, term nd prices. R. & L. J. COOK, y, Wall Paper, xCMAH D J E ar arvLlaSkafeVV IVV maaamkuaaam rainiacxortst T.M.ARNOLD, B. (1. MULLIN8. If all the liquor stiop in the country were closed forever we should have taxes greatly reduced, labor more fully rewarded, L.V. IlUunLE, and withal an era of peace suggestive of JOS. SIMPSON, the millennium. A. J. M. UIOOINnOTUAJI, JOKL J. WALKER, LEWIS V. LKAVIXL, J. W. L03AN, J. 8. JOUNSON, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. Ilutbandman. OFFICERS: M. HIGOINBOriIAM,rRE3T. St, whale CO feet in length, the oil and J. bone of which will not lta captors $1,200 Hampton, Long has been killed neu Knt Island LEWIS V.LEAVELL, J. P. 3ANDIPER, CASHIER, B, V. HUDSON, TELLER. B. K, WEARE1V, Stanford. . j , 4 The mention of the name of Divid N . Cnsrles Mosely, proprietor of the Sin-d- ie House, Gallatin, baa skipped with hia Williaan in connection with legislative honors creates wide spread enthusiasm in The bill required that three of them should wife's sister, Miss MolHo Phillips. The druggists of Crawford county, th'a county. What does the gentleman be democrats and two republicans, but there . March 25, 18S7 was no need for the President to give the Kas met and determined not to take out himself say? Stanford, Ky, There may bo plenty of naws both of lougeat term to a republican and the short- any licenso nnder the new Murray prohibi interest and importanco right hero under est to a democrat. Judgo Cjoley, who goes tory law. W. P. WALTON. Mrs. Ejizibeth Stone Turner, of Mad- my nose. I have not been on (he streets for in for six years, is a good man and a fine lawyer, but it would have been more natur- ison county, wife of the late 'f?qulre Tur- a week. This by way of apology for my Louisville jurios eridently do not al like for a good democrat to haye given ner, of Richmond, died yesterday, .aged $8 ever dull letters. that the cowards who murder defense-le- s Morrison, for instance, the longest term, years. Herald, Lee Bollard, wboee killing waa reportwomen do no "felonlousl" enough to Morrison is loo well known to need any in ed in my last, is not dead, but is suffering The New Jersey House of Representawarrant the death penalty therefor. Last troduction. He has been the leader in the tives unanimously passed a resolution giv from a fractured skull from a sleJge ham week the fiend, Raelin, who in cold blood House of Representatives for two or more ing women the right to vote for school trus mer in the bands of Vol Philpot. murdered his wife, wai let off with a life terms and he Is a capable and excellent tees in school districts. Robert Craft was up from Pittiburg sentence, and Tuesday George Mann, who man. Gen. Bragg is a nephew of the late Jefferson Bawling, who was to be Tuesday and returned Wednesday. W. B. tabbed his piraniour, Altco Mann, to Braxton Bragg, is a good lawyer and has hanged March 25, at Columhas, Ohio, has Citchlng left Monday for Northern States death, also had his mteerable life spared. been president of the Alabama State Rail- been granted a respite to June 24, making to look after his large star route Interests. Uncle Peter Felton and Willis Pearl are Sat perhaps it is belter m it is. The court road Commiasloa. Walker, the Vermont the third that he has received. f appeals may let the sentence stand. They republican, waa a law pupil of Senator EdJohn Kaepper, a native of Austria, added to our sick list, Moses Parsley, who would surely find some flimsy technicality munds, who got him the appointment, and died in Lcxarne county, Pa., aged 108 suffered a broken collar bone several weeks to roverse on if tbo necks ol the condemned has studied railroad matters extensively, years. Ha fought in the battles of his coun- ago, waa well enough to be in town on Tueswere In d infer. If that court keeps on as Mr. Scboomaker has been Senator and At- try against Napoleon in the wars of 1797 day. it has we shall hare to hire that Indianap-oil- s torney General of his native Slate of New and 1S05. W. U, Carrier distanced all competiteditor i'i c vt and U'e tho stal- York and the fact that hi was a cloeo and J. B. Simmons, proprietor of a country ors on the messenger line botwesn ths poit wart language toward it that it recently valued friend of Gov. Tilden is assurance store near Rutselivilie, Kentucky, was office and railway station, reseiving the oed in speaking of the same court in In enough that he Is a good man. ,0a the murdered by unknown parties Tuesday award at $169 per annum, His term beliann whole the commission is fairly up to ex. night and the cash drawer of his small es- gins April 1, but Mr. Jones, the present tablishment robbed. contractor, has turned his contract over to E. Polk Johson has returned from pectations. Col. Both houses of the Virginia General him for the remainder of his term and Mr. a ten dayo' southern trip and being asked An Ohio woman is a bad individual to Assembly parsed a bill legalising $40,000,-00- 0 Carrier is now carrier in (act as well as by n lmt$ rain in regard to the charge that monkey with. Tho husband of ono of them of capital stock of the Richmond and etc. be rote Huckner'a now celebrated speech, at Newark ofljnded her and eho let go a Tho contractors on the Cumberland taid lie was sjrry that he could not plead pan of boiling water into his face and eyei, West Point Terminal Company, heretofore Valley Rtilroad are moving briskly on with issued by said company. guilty to it as he would be proud to father putting out the I a lie r and after two days ol Annie Thomas, of Montgomery, gave their w'ork along the the entira line from such a p'olnction. He admitted however great agony he died. birth to an illegitimate child at Lexington, Woodbine to Pinerlllo and soon the grand hat the genenl gn?o him the speech io The 148th call far the redemption of whitbersbe had gone to hide her shame: hills on either side of this magnificent valmanujcr.pt and ak.d him to red it over She says that Robert Goodpiter, a "nice" ley will reverberate with the locomotive' and correct any slip of tho pen that he bonds has been iaiued by the acting Secreehrill whistlr; and somewhere in this same tary of tno Treasury. It is for $10,000,000 young man, oeduced her. may have made. He did eo and found but Tho wholesale notion house of Roths- valley, whose unsurpassed resources have few correction nectary. He further says throe per cents, and interest will cease on child & Co., of New York, has failed. Li- eo long lain dormant, will spring up a city OIIOCEK, that the general ia as handy with a pen as them May 1. abilities $100,000. Creditors allege intent tbat will put Birmingham to the blush and he is with a sword and tho chargo that ho NOTES OF CUR REM EtENTS. MAIN AND SOPflERSET STS. to defraud. Rothschild was formerly in and outride Pittsburg in industrial inter-eit- s. cau't write his own speeches is too puerile Lexington has a democratic postmas- tho lace business in Cincinnati. Just where this metropolis of the to require refutation. ter for the first time for 20,'ycara. Chattanooga is on a terrible boom, and Western world will be situated cm not be Sherman has returned from Cuba and The Proaident has appointed Emory a company with a capital of $12,000,000 has now foretold, but she's sure to come POTATOES, i making his second "triumphal" tour of B. Sellers United States District Attorney been organised to develop tbo mineral re And now "Mister Printer," didn't vou ho stopped for Indiana. the Sou'h. At At Birmingham You sources of 25,000 acres of land situated on make ms give Lturei a biz ssnd-ofl- ? ONION SETS, at the Floreoca Hotel, where a delegation of say Mr. Brown has ''12 or IS bursls of The prohibitionists hayo nominated a tho Tennessee river opposite the city. colored men mado an effort to call upon, man named Neale for the Legislature in 1 say he has 1,200 or 1,500 bushe Is, A special from Bsssemer, Michigan, corn." him, but were refused admission, whereupon Scott county. owned by the or from 240 to 300 burets. He's got the states that a boarding-house- , the Senator paid his bill and took quarters A powder factory near Neganneo, Wis;, Colby Iron Company, waa burned, The corn, too, every enr of it, and don't you at another hostelry. This giyea Murat exploded, killing two men and blowing the bodies of ten persons burned to death have give old Lvire! out and don't you make My I'otiitocM arc all NetWork Haletead, the bloody ehirt screecher, a building to atoms. taken out, Soveral others who were any more such mistakes as that for me, eibeen Mock anil t'oimlHt of Early Hose chance to shoot off his mouth again and he -- Will Hamilton, Gen. Williams' step-po- burned will die. Beg your pardon, dear ther, d' yo heai? PcerlOHH, Hnrliank anil Ilcaiily does so in a column of double leaded mat has declined to bjcome a oudidato for An angel hns caught up a negro girl brother, but you didu't say any men thioir. ter, with all the vehomenco and spite of a lieutenant governor. waa "12 oil5 bushels," at the foot of Keneaaw mountain, Ga., and What you did say ofllcuroii. man who has always fought his battles on The new Congressional appointment lifted her to tbe seventh heaven, whero it but it sounded so preposterous thit it was liHvayiji)loudlil Hctecdoii or paper. of Pennsylvania makes 22 republican and was revealed to her that an earthquake and changed to barrels to help the matter tome. Garden Need, hoth lu bulk Hit 1 whirlwind will wipe out the real estate The copy was preserved and can bo producThe other day the Ohio & Mississippi 6 democratic districts. The snow ia 12 to 15 inches deep in boom in the town of Calhoun on the first ed if you cannot take the word of that railway company notified tho members of In panci-H- , embracing; all (he and Individ Legislature tF.at under the In Central New York and in the anthracite Saturday in next December- .- Times. the Illinois bem varieties. A midget girl baby has been born to ual, the poor printer, teratate commerce bill it was compelled to coal regions of Pennsylvania. of Lawton the wife of Joseph Ookermsn, nar CarWalter Lawton, of the firm withdraw all outstanding passes and cease All gooita Hold at reasonable OANHLLE. BOYLE CO UNIT. to issue any in the future. The same day Brothers, New York, has absconded with lisle. It is seven days old, weighs only 24 prlcetk The marriage of Mr. John O'Conner neary a million of other people's money. ounces, with a head not as large as a hen the notification was received a member Mirk llsrJIn, Ut of Montlcello, dttt. Peed to Miss Liule B. Harnees, daughter The Episcopal church at Ashland is egg. The child is an indigo blue and is a bill to reduce the fare on railroads compelled to give up its house of worship covered with short black hair from bead o Mr. W. A. Harness, is announced for from three to two cents. There may be no ptte in tbls, but it looks very much so to a and it will be occupied as a basinets house. to foot. Crowds of people go to see it this evening (Thursday), The plaining mill company continue The Chautauqua fire burned out Step- daily. .man up a tree. As we have before lit. Kancali, oi Hastings, rieD., was ar- to tmprove their property on Main street. a legislator shorn of his free pass is son and Bammerfield avenues and part ol raigned in court for committing a rape on a They are now putting up a brick effice for Palistine avenue over CO cottages in all. a very until iudivilual indeed. young girl, under his treatment as a physi- a coal yard to be conducted bv Wm. King. The Missouri legislature, following Senator James W Bryan, of Coving-ton- , close upon that of Tonneesee, defeated the cian, when her brother deliberately walked On Saturday, April 2J, John M. candidate for lieutenant governor, was bill regulating railroads within the State op and shot him to death. No effort waa trustee for Louis Rout, will here Tuesday. He is a brilliant young A couple named Blodgett, at Gilroy, made to arrest him and it seems that none sell some real and personal property ba man, a pleasing speaker and ought to California, have been 'married 70 years. will be, as everybody considers his deea a longing to the latter and aituited in this trikeout for something better. Falcon The husband is 09 years old and his wife righteous act. county. says that all a lieutenant governor has to 07. W. A. Royall, a leading lawyer of The rite of circumcision has been perA South Carolina mother has a record Richmond, Va., counrel for the English formed on the infant eon of Mr. Louii io is to Bay nothing and look pretty like Jim We don't of 17 children in nine years. The first was council of foreign bondholders, and repre- (John by a Jewish Rahbi from Cincinnati, Hindman and Jim Cantrell. know that he will fill the bill eo far as a solitary voyager; the others camo in senting their affairs in connection with and the name "Walter" has likewise been keeping his mouth cloeed is concerned, but pairs. Virginia's debt, was convicted at Richmond given to him, A heavy frost is reported throughout in the Hnstings Court of intimidating the if personal pulchritude is to be considered Mr. Warren G, Richards, the famous in the selection, Senator Bryan is worthy tho northern and middle parla of Florida, grand jury of that court and fined $150, "Impersonator," will give an entertain and in South Carolina, injuring the fruits refusing to pay which he was sent to jail. and Hell qualified. ment Monday night at the Opera House badly. The President has appointed the In- for the benefit of the Knights of Pythias we have The meanest Garrett cleared $200,000 out of the terstate commissioners at last. They are Lodge of this place. heard of is the ecamp who set fire to the Sully syndicate failure. The FOUU1II AVK.MTK, Michigan, for the Fred Hindman'a incubator ia beginning Methodist cburch at Holly, Mich., where syndicate option is to remain open .unfit Thomas M. Cooley, of term of six years; William R, Morrison, of to demonstrate tbat It understands its busithe piolnbilionists were holding a meeting April 1. Illinois, for five years; Augustus Schoon ness. At this hour, OJA.u, several shells Henry Hulett, of Lexington, attemptand camo ueer burning the whole ship's maker, of New York, for four years; Aldace haye been broken and the chicks hare bechilcrew to death. Ho has not been captured, ed to poison himself because hia nine of Vermont, for three years and gun to chirp. By seyeral dcatn but it would not be too severe to lock him dren were down with the measles and were F. Walker, Walter L. Bragg, of Alabama, for two will have entered this world of sorrow. in the same building, set it afire and roast in poverty. S.-F- INE years. GOODS Mrs. Theodore Linney is dangerously A man named Loth at Richmond, Va., him to cinders. Ira Shafer. a prominent criminal lawrefused yer of New York, who ib conducting the ill. G. D. Masonheimer has started a shoeThe Louisville lima, a red hot Buckner cowhided Dr. Gardner because he organ, clamea that the general has 350 to sign a paper retracting charges of drunk- defense of boodle alderman Cleary, was maker shop near Floyd's mill on Dix river. JOB r. WATEH& jojict DAVia. wife, caricatured in Sunday's World, In court William Silliman has moved into the propvotes certain and perhaps enough to nomi- enness against Loth's dead Gov. Knott has appointed James W. next day Shafer uttered a frantic tirade erty on Cusaell street, recently purchased nate him on the first billot. Buckner may nominated by the convention, but we Roberts, of Henry county, to represent the against the press, and nlludmg to Pulilztr, by Joe Haas from M, E Patton, of Nichol be 7th diitrict on the Slate Board of Equaliai-tio- n of the World, said: "The first time I meet asville. will bet our pile against Einmett Logan's in place of J. W, Chinn, resigned. There was considerable fun on Wednesthat Hungarian Jew I'll kill him." Shafblown stone front tbat it wont be on the Donlor In Emperor William, of Germany, wa fer grew eo violent he was called to order day owing to tbe failure of an agent of a ballot. first, nor even on the third Tuesday, the event being by the court. fire extinguisher to put out a fire he had ninety years old , TutKK i a decided boom in real estate celebratod with much enthusiasm throughe, He The horrible murder of the Sells fa mi started to show cfT bis apparatus in Louisville. Transfers to the amount of out the great empire over which ho rules. simply undertook more than his machine iy at Erie, Kan., which occurred about a $150,000 were entered last week and the de The Pennsylvania railroad company year ago, has been made clear. Willie Sells, was intended to acoomplish. Had tbe fire mand for property ia increasing daily. owns 10,105 locomotives and cars of vari- a sixteen year-old- , - - who is about to be hung, been indoors it could have been easily is destined to be a great city and the ous kinds, which if placed upon a straight has confessed. He says his brother Watty man who puts up hia money on her is surer track would make a train C05 miles long. struck his father with a hatchet; that tbat A steam-heatinsystem was tested on the of a good thing than in any of the western Dr. Sowers, a prominent Washington made Willie mad, and he struck Watty Maine Central road recently. In a train of A Big 8tock of Brand Now Goods and "quick tales and small profits" is cltiej. our motto. The patronge of prompt paying customers, only, is physician, says Cleveland is becoming down, then killed his mother and his sister. seven cars the last car was warmed as satisvery respectfully solicited. buy three alarmingly fat and unices there is a change He doesn't know why ho Killed the latter factorily as tbe first and tho inspecting offi Judos For explains. He did whisky, but they were for anoth- in his mode of living, be will never finish two. Ho then cut their throats for fear cor of the company declared that a train of Tho attention of the lades especially is called to our large line of beautiful bottles of his term. Glassware 15 cars could be heated as easily as onj of they might come to life and tell on him. er man and ho did not pay for them -- It is estimated that liquor cobIs the alTho Manitoba railroad Has made a seven. Even on a rising grade of 80 feet to he forgot it. These great men tobaccontract for the construction of C70 miles of the mile the engine showed no loss of powways have bad memories, but tbo under- people of this country $700,000,000; stand how to get out when sesmingly cor co $258,500,000; sugar $187,000,000; coflee, road to be completed by the 23J of Novem er. The system is cheaper than stove heattea, cocoa $130,000,000; schools $110,000,-00- 0 ber. In order that this may be accomplish ing on tbat road by at least $50 a year for nerrd. annually. ed, the services of moro than 5,000 graders each car, aside from the seating space gain-i- n 80OLE Smith, Esq., the Falcon of the A bigamy case tried in Cincinnati, dis- will be required and in laying tho rails the each car LouUyillo lima, tnakea so nice a roferonco closes the fact that the law as to slave contractors proposo to use a etearn track Pulverizid borax ia one of the simplest to ua that we ask his pirdon for giving cur marriages in Kentucky is that such mnr. laying machine ond employ three separate and most effective of roach exterminators. rency to Fiench Tipton' charge that his ringed are yold unless ratified after tho parcrewaof men, ffho will work eight hours There is something peculiar either in tho real name is Joeb. Wo are euro now that ticipants had obtained their freedom, each dny, using eleclrio lights at night, touch of the "Thin Column" man prevaricated. -- At Whitebread Hill, I. T., a man which, it is expected, will enable them to emell or roadies, borax which is cermin Death to It hsn no poisonous efPensioners never resign and seldjm named Foster was shooting ut a mouse, complete five miles a day. fects for human beings. The borax should die. Oisoold fellow laj been drawing a when a ball struck a can of powder, exbe persistently sprinkled around the infestLONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. jsSfrl.il)SSSSSSSSSSSSSwj stipend from the government for the lo-- of ploding it and killing Lis two children and i ed places. Poke root boiled in water until Born, to the wife of William Uarkle- an arm ever since 1815, just 72 years, and eeriously injuring himself and wife. a strong tea is mado and this mixed with The New Jersey Court of Pardons ha roads, a girl. is likely to keep it up for several moons molasses and spread in plates in the kitch The meeting of Rov. Frcon Clay binith commuted tic death sentence of Janitor yet. en ia also said to be effectual. Titus, who was to be hanged for the mur- continues with unabated interest. Six of the attempted assassins o( the Old Cerro Gordo is left agalD. The der Tillio Smith, to imprisonment for life. at East Bernatadt proves The small-po- x telling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvemeutjha, PrtBident didr.'l want him fur a commis- He was convicted on circumstantial evi- to hi half measleu and half scire. Czir wero arrested Sunday anJ hunt; Mon- Is still is dostintd to mako it much more popular than it has ever been, can't keep him from being sioner, but ha Granville P. Johnson, deputy jiller, day at 8t. Petersburg. dence for killing a youug girl. Don't buy a pump until you sos tho BUCKET ELEVATOR, and' for"cut-tin- s tho first oi hand to draw hia Mexican penTbe l.Qulsvillo Commercial has adrjers Hon, Martin V. Montgomery, who re- boasts the finest caso qf muuipj in town. boxes buy tho SECTION CUTTER. JEWEL and ECONOMIST sion mewey. from 47 counties in the Stato on the Senatocently resigned tho commistioncrship o' Pit Reid comei in for aeound honors, RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. indulged in of building a Bap rial rnoe, Twentyei(,'ht of theze rotea are Talk is Sweau.no that he would never accept, patents, is taid to ba booked to succeed jusAlso a general line of Hardwaro, Grocnnea, Salt, Lime, Cement Flueitil-ing- , Wo hope to see put down for Senator Bjck, 13 for Standi-for&c. Mayor JNrruon accepted a renomination tice MoArthur en tho bench of the Su tist church at this place. 10 for Carlisle and the rait ure preme Court of tho District of Cjlucibia. the matter vioroasly pushed; not the talk, for the ofliflJ he hau held with so much f wt'etuien. AUGUdTMVEIWINOBU He is a Michigan man and an nblo lawyer. but the building. the Obicsgoans. Simi-'SfleeM- g Ths appointments of the Interstate Comnf erioroumHl missioners are somewhat disappointing. WALL PAPER,, WALL PAPER, AT- M,EOBERTS& STAGG'S WALL PAPER, rl H T. B. WALTON, t N. Y. SEED -- I much-maligne- d long-sufferin- 4 i WALSH, TIIE TAILOR, S3 P. EXCLUSIVELY. Ives-Stayn- Lomsvxxxs, r. WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. MAIN STREET, Lou-iavill- e STANFORD, KY. g ke OLIYER PLOWS! d, slat-tcrin- ij. JL 1.1 .n. ii.'.rii.'i m " 'Hi'niii.l " ftfri iv jii'm.i rrMnwM OBMMr2zrr3sj8asjBiiBs t H5 y SemMSHttfl,) Staaforu, Ky B. atcriarJonrn&J - March 25. 1887 0 WALTON, - UusineuH Man&gor. i. Mall . 4 ft. it LOCAL TIME CARD. liintu ttln" 8outb., " NOII) train golog Nona...... . Bouth...... .....-- -li - 3 10 1 Tb ut U imleulaiwl mala 4 bout 20 uluuu tastur H. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains Imto llowlsod at 5 and 7.13 a. Reluming, airlra at and I:Mr.n, LOCAL NOTICES. ..... II A.M .....au Bolar on standard lima, 1 AIM m. r. u. r. m. Lanpiottii'h Garden Swd at Penny McAli-trrV A at Penny Mr. J. II. Fiih lelU u that cility for taking down the teatlmony in the be haa heard aince he left hia home in Dell Smith case, but we had given it before ar. county that a difficulty occur re J batween when he made application for bail and Ktanhaiid readr uilxrl paint: iiiiiuiiT thought itueeloi. 1 and durability tjnmtitt e nl McH)berta A Le Turner and General Harder, in which There ate twenty odd witnesses on each Turner waa ahot dead. Old feud, aa usual. BtngK'H. side in the Smith CAse, making over 50 in Cart, Uvtrtr.M, ATrr.NTioH. Loaded Ilm Tiuiie Mr. F. M. Ware haa nil, and it is thought that with the speech-trtilsra, til a.) of aliot, nl Penny A Mc bought of D 8. Jonta A Hon, their fltore Allntoi' the care will occupy at least all of toA Liiviri.nTK --.lock of iewelry, lateit houe and entire stock of gooda tit McKin-ne- y day. ityle. itckfont walcliM n acinlty. Pen and will combine hia old atock with The Commonwealth got through with its ay A Mr. MiaUT that purchased, continuing the buslnfra at ttininny in chief at 4 yesterday, but it has 'persoWl. their aland Mr. Jonet will go toTeia to a good uiiny wiincses in ressrve to be V. Pownwia called up hereafter. A session of the court in Cincinnati live. Miia. II. . At a rpeclil term of the countv court, waa held last night. vlsllinj ralati-r- r The dial of L B Cirter was set for yesA!n W. M. McArwt i back from a F. M Yowell ci'inliQed na ndministntrr of Adam Cupentcr nndT. J. Hjblnun a aJ- - terday, but Judge M 'rriT fearing that tho Tiait to Mis Mahy Josta lis rultuned fret: uiinlatrator wilh the will nnnxd of Pen- Smith rase would last all tho week to Mt. Vernon for tho witnesses not dleton Jenkins, tho gentlemen named in a Tiait to Miw. C H. Nir.l.I) ia trrinc to oonrert the will a ex'cutor, Mtmira Henry and to come, thereby saving the Commonwealth Thomaa Dunn, falling to qualify. The a considerable eum. Tho case is now eet Lebanon to lcuixrnco. Mu J. C ri))iRNCE h.ta gone to Hot personalty of both eta!e i ndrerlised in fur Tutaday at 2 o'clock Miaa Belle Hughea' ease againat Dc. Carthia iisue. Spring for rheumatism. penter for milpractica is et for the 13th MitsJ P. Davis, of MontlcelJo, ha OanoUINB.-Jud- ite H. J. Dreckinridge, Monday week. IoIoch! kT lm.hvl here. attending court here thia week, waa asked day of the term, B. (1 Alford was appointed trustee of the Jcixir. J. A LYTI.E, of Kacicii. ia in regard to hia propecta for receiving the jury fund in the place of Dile Wolford, here on a Tlflt to old friend. democratic nnm'ntiinn 'nr thn legislature "resigned," and he qualified with his father, of Ktnae Mlu. Dr. J. 8 Cootkr, from Doxle. "I think," aiid he, "they are J, R. Alford, as security. City, ia rUltinj Mr. 8 P. Grat claa, though all the alleged light and CoNsrADLB 11. K. Wilmot, of Kock-cutl- e, knowledge, the binka and moat of the MARRIAGES. waa in to e uayeaterday . mooted men are against me. The rural iitAT-xylt-- h John Brock, an inlant of IS, and Mies bpsiity, Miaa M7 Fergtt districts are fur me, nuwerer, and I biae Mary Adams, another of 17, were made aon, of Ctvincton, it with Miai Daiay my aaaurance of cucctai on them." husband and wife on the 21. h. . DurnM. OCR godQ 'friend, b'tiuire J. II. Kison, Jerry M, ilogue, of Cs.ey, obtained 1L Shank, and E P. Oara MctMiia. 8. a ley hare Rone to Cincinnati to buy their formerly of this county, writes ua to change license yealerday to marry Mies Mary the address of hia paper from Ottawa to Smith, of thia county on the Hist. spring Rood1. 1 -- George W. Nokea, enclosra ten a widower, and Mil. J. V. Tate, the energetic aaw Homewood, Kansas, an Drodhead, waa cents to pay us for the trouble. That beats Miaa Samantba Jane Delaney, a maiden mill and lumber man of anything for cleverness we have ever teen, many years hia junior, wero married yeeter hero Wednesday. MH8. Namnik M. Laubmit alto write but of course we returned tho money. And day. n Louisville R. . Ryan, a at thia gives ua occasion to aay that it ia no di to contradict the report of atnall-p- oi trouble and no expense for us to change an newspaper man, ana .Miss imma uole were liernatadt. Ewt Oun old friend, Cicero Biyaoldi, call addreea of a lubacriber. It ia all the same married by Rev. II A, Tupper a few days td yejtcrdar tnd paid hia lt'ilb yeuiy tub to us whether the paper goea to one post- - BO. office or another. 04 the 23 J, Squire L. Philips and Miss icription to thia paper. Mary Ann Lanhan were united in matriCou J. A. Cturr, of London, and Detective T. P. A RxRiotH Chaiuie mony The groom has not reached his Hon. Juliti C. O.oper, of Bhelbyrllte, are Drown lodgbd in jail hero Wednesday majority by a year or two and he is Dot a circuit night, among the attornaya atlendiog Everett Young, of the Green River magistrate as his name would indicate. to'urt section of this county, charged with murCol. D. G. Hlacohtir after a three der and grand larceny. The story is that RELIGIOUS. start' clewing out aale and an auction will Young and four others murdered and rob Sam Jones begins in Cincinnati again Itaye Paint Lick for Dripping Springe with bed at Meridian, Miss., one Peter Dillion, next Sunday. all family April 1 of Covington, Ky. Dillion was in the Every one of the 70 boarders at the Mr. J. II Aldbiout, of Drodhead, government employ and had been transfer Millersburg Female College, not previously loft laat night for Garden City, Kansas, red to Jackson, whither he wai en route. members of the church, joined during the We hope where he haa soine real ettate. At Meridian, while waiting for hia train, he there. he will atrike a boom. drinking and finally brought up in recent revival McAliiieri. Abk your grocer for the Cincinnati Da kiujj Co.'n cracker and enkes W atuiiiw and Jewelry rewired on ahor A X MM. lin of fishing tackle of all kinda Mlnntreli are Looked juror abtalned, Mr. A. O. Robinson. Some The New Orlr-nnfor n performance here, Friday ninlit, April f0 or more bystanders were examined, but 8:h not another being eecured, the judge order ed tho she riff to go to Garrard and summon The vernal equinox la pa.it with ita GO man to report yesterday morning. It week of bad weather find sunshine BRftln will be remembered that Mart ahot hia liUddena the land. victim Nor court day on Main street In Stanford when it was full of people and A little girl arrived in a family hei thli week, juat nineteen years elnce there theaubierjuent trial for bail and the newspaper reports gave the case great notoriety, waa a baby in it before. which accounts for the failure to obtain a Mack HurrMAw'a new heare ia one of jury at home, the handaomeat tliin?i of the kin 1 we have The gentlemen summoned were on time ever seen. It arrived yeelerday. and by 9:15 yesterday the panel was comIt ia atated that Dr. J. F. Pettus, of the plete alter perhaps 25 were examined. The remaining 11 jurors are Howard Hardin, Hut End, would make the race for Tho doctor ia a sound and sensi- James Ward, James Walker, Doc Walker; ble man and would make a moat accept! W. M, Kirby, R. II, Datson, Jacob Joseph, J. 8. Greenleaf and J. B.Johnston. The ble candidate. State is represented by her attorney, Wm. Death. A telegram waa received Tuea-da- Herndon and Messrs, R. C. Warren and from Monterey, which told of the death Robert Harding and the defense by Messrs. of little Wlllnah, the bright W. O. Dradley, W. II. Miller and J. B. daughter of Mr. Hallie Comb, who visit- Paxton. ed Mm.T. It, Wilton laM aummer. Judge Mjrrotv kindly offered ua the farepre-aentatiro. y ld Joseph Carter, of Recklesstown, New Jersey, recently butchered 30 remarkably Hoe hog. The lightest weighed 095 pounds and the heaviest 875; the total 21,384 pounds. weight was aotlco aqiI warrant! by Penny A McAlle Killed, i m i. d 8u. At Mt. Sterling Scoggan Bros., bought for the government, 17 horses at $00 to $135 per head. Robert Powers, of Richmond, Va., bought a car had of mules which coil him 'rom lo $145 per head. C.B. Raid and D. C. Allen were up from Dunnvilie, Gtsoy county, yesterday, where they are feeding 76 cattle and 160 hogs. They bought the hof.s at 3) cents and sold senn of them recently at 5 cents. The corn they use coat them $1 50 per bar. rel and they bought 1,000 barrels. A farm of 173 acres, 7 miles from Georgetown rented at at $750. At a sale in over Tho wonderful Pain-Cur- er same section yearling heifers sold at $26 effects per head, calves $21.75; stock bogs $5 per cwt ; 32 sheep $5 40 per head; corn $210 per barrel; oats 20 cents per dozen; bacon 6 per pound Lionldas Duvall, of Richmond, Mo., bought of W. J. A J: 8. Collins, 2 aged jacks at $1,000 each and 4 yearlings and 1 colt at an average of $ 100 each; also from John Parks, Paint Lick, one aged jick for (Cincinnati New Orloans and Tosas Pacific Railway.) $800; also one from Sim Phelps at $800, and one colt from Dock Djatherase at $200, New anil making 10 head of the best j ick sleek that Cnha, West. ever left Madison coonty.-Hera- ld. Georoetown Court About 125 catEFFECT DEC. 31, '86. tle on the market. Oaly one lot of fe uders CONDENSED TfME TABLE offered and not sold. Yearling cattle KKAI JOW2V. IttMIi Ul brought IJ conta per po'tnd; long yearlings, TKAlNShOUTH. M). No. I, .No. 7. No. 6. $20 to $26 40 per head. A good trado in Ko.l. No. 8. St. I So. i. STATIONS. Willy Uallr horses; plugs bringing from $3D lo $90. Uilly. (Kx, Sua Dally. Dally. Ex. dun Dally. D.llr. Dally. The mule trade was good two year olds 7 55 a m 4 0.1 p iu 8 10 p in 7 55 n in L'Tc.t'lncInnatl ...Vrr 6 4.'prn!t0 25a 6 41 am 8 03 p ia I 3fi pin, 7 27 a I 23 a m 2 01pm Georgetown green and broke from $00 to $123. Oao 10 02 a m 7 01 pin 10 52 p in 10 51 a m 4 15pm 701a 4 0.5 a m 1 33 pm t.exlntjton 10 22 Bin 7 3T p in I120p in 1130 am pair work muls sold at $27.". 3 Sip in 0 27 a in f.l J9 a ui 101 pm NIctiolaiT.lla 10 43 a m 8 VI p iu 11 41pm 11 51 a M 5 17 8 11 in Dr. J. A. Williams mada a good thing 11CS am 8 59 p m 12 3.1 a m 12 31nm .Itarrodaburg Junction.. 8 IS p m 5 32 a in' 2 Jfl a in 12 23 pm 12 47 pm Danvilla 12 12 pm 312pm a 1120 am pin 302 pm 5 20 a in. 2 13 a in 12 01 pm Junction CUt out of Silas AodeMon'ij ick, Jack John. He 1133am 9 10 p in 12.".3 am 2 42 p in Kings Mountain 3 25pm 10 42 am 'i"27"a"m 4 20 pm gave $32 for him for his brother, who had 12 60 p m "l l'i'oa'm 9 50am 31 p Ul ...Somerset ;o 4W m 5 31 a ui 7 30 :.Oak Hie m . JiOOOpui 0 05 ft in a .vi p in given out the notion of buving by the time ft l.lnm! 8 23 am Chattinooga 825 a in 7 iu p m S 10 pm 12 50 a ml 1 30 a m ...... 1015 a m uiriniugniui.. he reached Tennessee. The doctor theu of 0 lip mi 3 82 p m 5 Oi a m 6 20 am i.iiuw.... ,.., 12 30 a m fered him for sale and soon got a purchaser 3 IS a m 7 44 pm Meridian C40tul 8 00 p in .New Orleans...... 735 am 300a m iu iv i ia' .. at $550. A part of tie eum, $125, was paid iu 12 S3 am 2 33 am .....Meridian a Knoxville lot, which he isold afterwards 7 3) p m ., 7 80 ami. for $250 jark 13 a m 0 l p in . tn 7 10 p mi . 7 53 am .T. 1 Junction No. SlearejOakJiledally oicjpt dually, at 5. 11 A. M , Airl-l- n at C.1attan)oi at 9.15. No. 8 SEW ADVEHTIHKaEKTh. learco Chattano'.a at 3.00 r m., arriving at Oik HI 3 at 0 I) p. m. $' I inimenl most known. Centaur Its tho world has aro instantaneous. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Queen and Crescent Route. Quickest Lino to South East, Texas. Orleans, Florida, South IN Shortest i'UAl.S.-S.NOKri- j , l 1 I rnib'r'n-'finall$075f- . I'TJltLIC SA.IE! VALUABLE IPERS0NALTY. Mann Boudoir BuQot Slplng Cars on all through trains. JOHN C OAUI.T, Oen'I Manager, n roi.LBB V.N, Gon'l Frt .1 Pais. Ast., It. CAItROLU (Jen'l Hupt., B. X. KYAN, Aait. Oeu'l Kri. A Past. Agent. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky. W. General Offleos, Rt Paul Bullling, West Fourth Slrot, Clnctnnatl, OMu. Lit-cind- Xt Aduilnlitrator of Aditn Carpjnter, dtccnf J. I will, OX TUESDAY APJCII. 5, 18S7, Boll to the bidder all the prrxjnal properly of said deccdaat. ltie property consists of Bona fine Cbws and Cairn, 17 Blttt OsItc, twenty-ova yearling Cattle, twenty ttock Hogs, Uoracs, Farming UtcnilU, Uoutehold and kltcb-e- h Bale WEAREN & MENEFEE j well-know- m - Furniture. tot at residence of drceased, near Huston-Till- s, and to btgln al 10 a. II. TEHMS; On Personalty, s months credit on nolea with food security, patabla In Bank and bearing lntsrtat from sale. For rent, money will IwpaiablaJan.l, last. At lha sarnn time and placa, a- - agent for H'. J. Carpenter, will rent some dealrable Krau land, adjacent to town, in four lots: also about two hundred aid SO acres on the Casey Urm, F.M.Y.' Kettle, 214-t.- r. JbT. TO WELL, Adm'r. BBLG-IIT- M AND 2 JACKS, Ol'Kcxcorreapondenl, T. N. Roberts, waa down from DarbsurTille to attend the Carter trial thia wtek, feeling more pleated Tery day with hia new location. Among the lawyers attending court and not preViouxly noted are Judge 11. P Jacob", Itjbert Harding, C, II, Hhodea and It. J, Uirckinndge. of Danrillc. W. M. O'DnvAN passed down to Marion county yesterday to attend the funeral of hia !ci brolhor, Jamea J. Roberta, who died a day or o ago ia Denver, Col. JuDon Moimow threatens to impoae a no upon the editor of thia paper for a flip pant reference to the Court'a moustache. We btg hi honor's pardon, the subject la too delicate to joke about. LOCAL MATTERS. got to a house of ill fame, where he met, it ia charged, Young and four other men, who knocked him in the head and taking hia bedy out to toe lair grounus stole an ins clothing and other valuables and fled a Young left tbie county with I)eII-.ven- 'i laat year and the fact that he had some of the dead manV clothes in hia possession aeema to make a pretty strong cue again! him Three others of the men were al ready in jail and the detective thinks that he will have the fifth before the week ie out. A requisition will be obtained and Young will be taken to the scene of the killing for trial. lie asserts his innocence, of course, but that remains to be seen. cir-cu- Will mako the season of 1887 at my slabloa on the pike leading from Stanford to Crab Ocbatd, 3 miles from the latter place. Belgium was brougnt from Ohio at and la now C. i tall, of bcaulllul 8t. Stephens' Citholio Church, New dapple gray, heavylie la andNorman, agood style mane prorcn York, was entered by thievtB, who carried nd action, and hi having himself a eood breeder. been kept fur stallions. sereral ol his colls off gold and silver voasols and plate valued William James, Squire A. E. McKlnnojr, who bare bis colts, are relerred to. at several thousand dollar. The Jack, Mogul, Is 9 years old, black, with jack. I nose, was by a Rev. 8. F. Wishard will preach at white the stock,aired kuow Madison good mule don't know he Is a but Jack. School house to morrow, Saturday Ills dam was Black Hawk, be Is quick and a i;ood Brighl'e breeder. night, inslead of Sunday as stated. Rev. lllaik Hawk Is a solid black, i yea.s old, H.VJ hands high, will show seven colu this iprli g, a lew Yancey will preach at the eame place Sunlist spring are Tery lino mules. The horse will stand at day afternoon at 2 o'clock. ld Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Koad Carts, Farming; Implements, Engines, Mills Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Vehicles is larger and more complete than ever before, from the cheapest to the best. of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to siiit the times. Wo can sell you as good vehicles as Ml Cibcuit Court. In the ate against R against Jan.es Adams for the same offense. The caso against Smith Dinghman was continued. Ditlio Rjf. rJ, a colored wo to get man of Stanford, charged with keeping a Ik you want rhluglea do uot fall disorderly house was acquitted. W. L our prices. Metcalf A Foster. McCirty, whisky Belling, was also acquitLAHiHtETJt'a garden seed in bulk and ted. Will Huff Harris, for assaulting old papere, freih and genuine, at Mcltobarta man Xick Padgett, was fined $50; George b Stags'. Alford fof a breach of the peica in firing night his pistol and otherwise misbehaving on Whkiie waa the marahal the other when Hint drunken woman was making the pike in the presence of the daughters of J. II. Minx waa fined tho same amount; night hideoua with her yella and oaths? W. A. Cirson, for selling minors liquor, A cikeat mnny children in the Merlin-no- y wai acquitted; case againU L. AN railroad nfighliorhood are suffering from what for nuisance strlckoa from the docket; Joo tho ductora call episioty in an epidemic Cain, for unlawful) shooting, fined $10; form. Charles Hale, carrying concealed weapons, Tjik news comee from Garrard that the fined f 10 and sentenced to 10 days ia jail; nrothera have left the country for Thomas Carson, same charge, dismlrsed. the counlry'a good, We fear it ia too good Several Crab Orchard parties, never before to be true. indicted, were fined $10 each for pit ying a and oheeky republicans little game of poker for fun. This comCertain officious are liiMatenln that If the democrats put pleted the work of Tuesday. Tho trial of Wallace Carpenter, for tho up a candidate for the legislature they will to deter any murder of his fither, waa set for the lC'.h do likoT.i, thereby trying day of the term, April 7ih aspirant from fcaklng a nomination, . Mil John W. Uright is acting as deputy sherMY fine hearse hart arrived and with a iff and make a good officer. full lino of ccllins, cabketa, A?, I am preWedneeday'd business began with the pared to answer call in the undertaking trial of Will Adamj for violating tho whisline at all times day or night. Robes and ky law, The jury found him not guilty. chrouda a eperlally. Mack Huffman. Jim Helm, a negro boy, charged with up yesterday shooting auothor at Hustonville, was fined KEUiirKKNOLEMAK called and giveu ten dayx in jii'; Jack Quiu-lito aay that thuro eeetnn to baeomo "ahenan $10 malicious shooting, jury hung. Tho Ojjin" on the part of certain court officiuls. caso of Martin Smith, (or tho murder of anHe ia ruled to trial every time and his Oc Smith last fall, was thon called and aftagonist gets a continuanco olmply became ter a fruitless effort by tho defense to conhe was not convicted. Ho don't care toeeo the selection of n jary began. Tho anybody punished, but ho dors want fair tinue, regular pauoU were exhausted and but one be right nbout it. play ami he teems to N. Y ter'e. Ciixap fruit at A. O. Alford'i. C. Kagleman for carrying concealed weapons the jury hung and also in the case A Foa- - 8d Potatoea nt Metcalf (Jorno see lino is Sacramental service at the Presbyteri$10 to Insure a Colt lOdiiyn old. an church next Sabbath. Dr. Miles foun4 months The Jacks at $S to der?, of Sprincaeld, will preach tonight, old. Mare traded withlimit re Coltn or mored oS'msket money 11 A. u. and 7:15 r. K., and due.the rolls stand good twelve in onlhi tor season. at 214.2m. IJ.GKEEIV.AkI.. HUHtouTille, Ky. Tj.V. GAllXEIl. on Sshhalh at same hours. Ellder R. A. Hopper has been conductTHE COMBINED STALLION, ing at Hampton, Florida, a eeries of meewith a number of converting, attended sions. He ha accepted a call to take charge of a church at Btldwio, Miss,, and Leb will enter upon his duties at once. Standard. anon DUALBua IN The religious meetings at Winchester closed Friday night at tho Christian church Tf5J5l - Drugs, Books, Stationery and rSb-r- Kn i "ih -mr. .0 with 33 mldittoue, making with the,2l they " 7K. n Ok rOjeTzz' Fancy Articles. from Brother Morrison's meetings obulned This makes the list of additions to tho 51 PhTilcl ans proscriptions accurately compounded, Also different churcbee of Winchester ovor 210 jB"TBTBWi aimoiwtts v yiVlu. i 4fv meeting comsince Brother Morrison's menced. Brother Morrison is uow holding n This fine, omblned stalilon will make the inter-es- t a meeting here and has created gre at of 1837 at my stable near, Sholby Cltr, In Lincoln county, on the Shelby City A knob Lick The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, Kentuckian. already.-rPa- ria Turnpike road, at Jowelry and Silverware any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. our assortment ueiorc it oroken. and J. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. SECOND JEWEL. Alisfe; PHARMACISTS, 1 d) JEWELERS. sca-ro- m LAND. STOCK AND CROP $15 the Season, or $20 to Insure. Tt-- n, A No. milk cow and young calf for sale. B K. Woaren. We have 8 good work mules for sale 4t J. F. and B. G. Gover, Stanford. 8 mules and 10 milk cows. -- Fob Sale. W. W. and S. E. O.vsley, Bright, Ky. A pair of 16 hands, work mules lor sale. C. O. Withers, Gilbert's Creek. 2t. Cattle loMea by aevere winter weather in Manitoba are estimated at 30 per cent. Rabbits can be prevented from gnawing fruit trttH by an application of tallow to the tree. Fort Sale. A splendid milk cow and a young calf. Terms reasonable. R. E. Barrow, Stanford. The largest cotton ealo in the history of Texas, if not of the entire South, occurhalts. red at Galveston Wodne.'day-e- OO is Mllmated that there aio about It 517 000 ' 000 head of Bheep in. the world, of . .1.. these about 4o.0UU.UUO aro in iuo mueu SUtes. Leo, Hudson A Co. bought iu and Mariou counties last week IS broke mules at pricea ranging from $100 to $175 jer httd -- D.nville Advocate. 1 1 Denmark, first dam, Minnie, by McDonald's Halcorn; second dam by Wells' Ciuuder; third dam by a son of Dary Crockett; fourth dam a eaddlaimare, pedigree unkuown. Mr. II. C. TarTln'a Old Minnie, dam nf Fecund Jewel. was a premium animal from a colt up to an aged mare. Second Jewnl has been shown 31 times and lcd only thno worn the slick tic 31 times. the laoio stable, the fino I will alsostardat youngjack, tlmes-dcfta- Second Jewel la a blood bay, with black mano and tall, 15 hands 3 Inches high, with Aneatyle and action. Ho Js C years old this spring, was sired by Lewis Cunning, bam'a Jewel, heby tho famous old Washington Dsscnirnon and PxmoaKi: Krer bought lo this market Pricea Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on sboit notice and Warranted. i"11!11!'!1 - - H. C. RUPLEY, SIKKOIIANT TAILOIt, I haro rccelTod and still receiving -- Caldwell's Young Blsck Hawk, he by Velocipede, ho by KobcrUon's campsou. he by Imp. Mammoth. Ill data was by btlgall'a Black Hawk; second dam was raised by htlles Maxwell and waa an Imported Jack. Money duo when the colt Is toald or ui.ra pallid with. Men retained on all colts till Mason charges mo paid. Paitur.igo will bo furnished al reasonable rates. Parting with mures forfeits the Insurance. 88 to Insure it l.hv Colt. black, 14 bands 8 Inches hlxh. He was At BLACK HAWK, Uc-l-s sired by coal New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the host In tho market, which will If Qotton Up in Btylo and Mako Sooond to Mono in City or Ci'Ito .U Country a Triiil. r. T.S.iMUlKiK, bhelby City, Ky. ti.i jJsjb tr V ip UDi"tr V a..a. 33 IV 'X It a 33 side 7 I i ! '.r I k25? f& f F"ij Mst MI pn STANFORD, KY. llQct-cfe- uta low tha Myers tlUii. rtit required, Pnro Ninons Mr.ln ' Str.l, ..li tr rx. TtnFISIlIsnAl'DBUCKEllLwrr.ntJw.t.Trroif, It? t.lrte.1 .lorn. Th ! w roSIMM. 8I.ICKLII I. llfW.r.rllmlUtlcn. .tr.lh.eillli.lll IIWllrl.a l.Ulcm trtl.I )B BrlnJ" trl-ro.lk- . "d r iU Vp ou dry In ' "' ""VVuk iln. wllbMt Of m.UoU"., lfc iTtftiPmw T lotral Taxpayers Continue to Kick. (To the Editor of the Interior Journal: Mt. Vernon, Kv , March 23. In Tnea-day- 'a edition of your piper there la an with one of the jtil building committee, in whic'ii he eny "that (here was no law requiring them to adverllw for bids, but that the matter bad been placed in their hands to ro ahead and hare the best building that could bo put up for the In jury trials in general is presented the shameful travesty on the judicial mind by the shifting minds of jurors after they have retired to the jury room, in which they shift from one aide to the other in civil easel, from one extreme to another in assessing money claims and back and forth from the side of acquittal to the side of conviction in criminal case, and even in the cap. ital crime. Respect for the law is destroyed by the general consciousness that a jury trial is a gambling game of chance. All lawyers are awire that the system, in its best aspect, it irrational in that it requires common citizens to exercise a judicial office which they are incompetent for; an of flee which requires the expertness of professional training and use to remember the testimony of witnesses to measure the credibility, to discern the bearing parts and sift the pertinent from the mass of irrelevant, to see the sophistries of argument, and to make up their own minds. All lawyers know that tie average citizen is incompetent for this, and professional men for jurors are as requisite to a rational judiciary as forjudges. All know that when they open their address to the jury by flattering ite intelliRonce, it is a mockery. They know that the whole system of trial by jury is a travesty on a judicial proceeding. But it is a fetich which we have to bow down to wbile knowing that it destroys respect for law, makes injcipable the appointed administration of justice and takes from the judiciary system all the quality of a judi Cincinnati Commercial Ga cial mind. zette. A Hotel in Three Chapters. Chip. I. Maid one. Chap. II. Maid won. .2Bsu 38fe W twkm Jtwk. r Chap. Mads oa. III. Bucklen's Arnica Salre. ThebeetBatra In the world iorCuU. Bruin Bores, Bait Rheum, Ferrf Sort, Tatter, Chapped Hindi, Chilblains, Coma and allokln Eruptions, and positively cures riles, or no pay required. I. U guaranteed to glT perfect utlifictlon, or raonoy refunded. Price 25 cenU per box. For ante by Penny 4 McAllittr. Wonderful Cures. , ,W. D. IIoytA Co., wholesale and retitl Drug-gli- ti or Home, Qa., say: "Wo hare been telling Dr. King's New Dlicorery, Electric Hitters and Bucklen's Arnica Salre for two yens. Hare nT-e- r handled goods that sell at well, or giro such unlreraal satisfaction. There hare been some wonderlul cures effected by these medicine In this city. SeTeralciaes of pronounced Consumption hire been entlroly cured by the useol a lew bottles of Dr. King's Now Dlscorcry, taken in connection with Electric Bitters. Wo guaranteo them (1) always. Bold by Penny A McAllstor. An Enterprising, Reliable Mouse. Penny A McAllittr can always bo relied upon not only to carry In stock the beat of ererytblng but to secure the Agency for such articles as hare merit, and aro popular with the people, thereby sustaining tbe reputation of being always enterprising and ercr reliable. Hiring se cured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's New Dlscorery for Consumption, will sell It on a poeltlre guarantee. It will suroly cure any and CTery aSectlon ot the Throat, Lungs and Chest, and to show our confidence, we inrlte you to call (1) nd get a Trial Bottle Free. D "W IE Xj O ZE3I- - 1 sl amount appropriated far the purpose, $8,-00- 0, or for lees, provided a good and audi cient building could be built for leaa." As to there being no law requiring them toadvertiee for bidrf, etc , Section 2, chapter 107, Act 1885 C. Tolume 1, pace 413 ears in regard to this matter that ''The count court ahull have power to appoint three a commlsslonera to prepare plana and shall hare for eaid jail, etc. who power to lereive and accept proposals for building earns and to superintend the erection thereof, and when completed accept Said commission-er- a aame from contractor shall he authorized to eell the bonds issued, which bonds shall not be sold for lees than their pir y alue," etc. Now if there is anything in the above that autbor'ZH the committee to make a private contract for the erection of n pub-li- e jail I would be glad for' them to show whore it I: The order of the county court appointing the commiseiouer .does not authorize the commissioners to follow the plan they have adopted, lbe order is as Remedy For WnooriNO Cocoh. The follows below, except J K. McClary not being able to act, M. J. Cook was appoint- seed of the common sunflower is the best remedy for whooping cough that I have ed in his stead. Mav term Rockcastle county court, 1SS6: ever known. Brown the reeds slightly, like "Motion by J. H. Haueell, Eq., that M. J. coffee, then grind and steep; when suffi Miller, J. K.McCleary and II. II. Biker, ciently steeped drain clear of the dregs and tommlttee to carry out the act of the Legis- sweeten with rock candy or lump sugar. lature to build a new itil in this county. Let the little ones' drink freely of it at inMotion submitted and suetained; and it tervals throughout the day and especially ahall bo their duty to fulfill the act as en- before retiring at night. In all ordinary acted by the Legislature at its last eeuiou; case, where children are properly cared approved March 2, 1SS6; and that the for and kept in bad weather, no other medsommiltee in building new jail confine it icine will bs required, It also has a very equare and public loosening effect pa a hard, tignt cjugb. and ell to the court-hous- e lands on which to build n Jail, and that M. thus it teems that even the diepieed sun J. Miller bi i ppninted chairman of that flower is good for something. To any who sommittee, whicn tro'icn was sustained; are inclined to be skeptical I would only nd the committee Mil build a new j ill on say, pleise try it before you condemn. I the public iquare, and that M. J. Miller bs consider it so excellent a remedy that last jtnd he is hereby eppainted chairman of summer I deyoted a considerable portion of my kitchen garden to the raising of sunthat committee for building said jail." Although this order is a little bit awk- flowers, that I might gather the seeds for Mrs J.J C. in Detroit medical purpoee. wardly drawn up, it seems that these are public officers of the county Free Presa. and that their acts ought to be open to The highest pyramid in existence is 520 public inspection. "We have no objections feet high. lo offer against the commisiioners, because The temple of Belus at Babylon is said they are among the bent men of the county, way they have to have been 666 feet in height. &ct we are opposed to the The highest monument in the world toteen "fixing up th'a business." Neither day is Washington monument. are we opposed to Mr. J W. Mullins, but The highest building in the world is tbe there are other men who would like to bid could they haye an opportu- spire to 8. Peter's church, Rome, which is oa the work, nity. For instance, Mr. Baugbman, of 518 feet. The tower of Babel is supposed to have Stanford, and Mr. Milburn, of Louisville, the builders of our court house, and we reached the height of 780 feet. A psal deposit 40 acres in extent and 7 lould name several others. The plans and peciScationa mentioned in the article re- feet deep has been discovered near Neligh, ferred to in the beginning of this letter Nebraska. Eighteen bumblebees, 22 wasps or 38 Vave not been open to the inspection of parties who wanted to file proposals for the ordinary honey bees contain enough poison xork, but on the contrary we are informed to kill an adult. that they are the private property of Mr. AJoccon HibGranhy. Eli Holland i.'YY. Mullins, who has submitted two says soma years ago, when be was a boy, be jilana to the committee. In conclusion I grandfather's gun and loaded it, but will say to the committee that the light got his workings of this was atraid to fire; he, however, liked tbe austihine on the inward fun of loading and eo put in another Tax-pay- ed Easiness. charge, but was still afraid to fire. He Notiing But Measles. kept on loading, but without firing, until To the Editor of the Interior Journal. he got six loads into the old piece. His March 25 I eee a Ea8T BERK3TADT, grandmother learning his temerity smartly communication in your issue of the 221 reproved him, and grasping the old gnn iast., stating that two catei el small-poare discharged it. The result was tremendous, reported from this pUce. It is true tbai throwing the old lady on her back. S'le ach report hi com oat all over this pirt promptly struggled to regain her feet, but of the State, but I have the good pleasure Eli cried out: "Lie still, granny, there are oi informing you that the report is not true five more loads to go eft yet." Mountain lml there is not now nor has not been any Echo. small-poin E tat Bernstadt or vicinity. A farmer near Milroy, i's., remoyed a Tue two mlnera referred to had measles af In Wr they returned from Louisville, which stump from a field one day lat week. but its hollow was what seemed to be a lot of lave rise lo the report of smull-poibey are up and are ready for digging coal knotted rope. After the supposed rope had again, Respectively, Jas. I. Weaver lain in tbe sun for a short time the farmer discovered that it was a miBs of copperhead The Tennessee Sanale, after a two makes iwuteJ and interlaced together with Jays' battle, defeated the hill requiring tbe beads outward. It is reported that h liquor driokers to pay a license tax ol 51 killed them and found that theie were just pecifi-ationcom-saisaio- cer x x x, Kg POWDEI Absolutely Pure. ., iflr My flnaaUllion, Welch, will inako thearasonof 1U7 at my plare, known as the John Lloyd from bhelby City, and Tliurmanfarm.UiiiilUii between the Stanford A Danrllle and Danrllle A Hustonrlllo Turnpikes at Commercial College of Ky.UnliersKr,,:1;. Th casapast ana lisst Bullous Collsts In the $10 TO IN8URE A LIVING COLT. Money due when Welch la IS hands high and was alrrd by William Welch, dam flay, by Frank Wolford, aire of Cookoo, record 2.2D, Second dam by Joe with. colt la foaled or mare ..4 Ho.rJ, 4 Nmw. jjyorld.nitiu.r.ay.iJiJ.l..w..TIFr .nh.vrrM .r tpHIi.r HMWM.Ifl t. krrelas ui Urarral IIh.Ibm Kda.all.a. H90 UraM.tMi la lla.lBMUk IOTr..h. a.U. STa.1 r vhii iiM.iaruvwMrMsiaeiaiiat T.ltl.a, NUll.ttfj yo. Ha.ra.lad, TrlrraaT, imlillUi. aara.a. IJradaalr. Ilaamale.d TTee-HHtl- rart-e- d kt, tilrtu .i W. II. HMIT1I. Kat.r f.r circa rrn't, Uilactaa. Kr. Harrraa. sereralcolta that are of fine, good site and stylo Ho breeds largo and la a suro foal getter, and la of kind disposition, A Isdy can drlre him In safety. He waa norer handled a 'lay for speed but shows good trotting action. At the same plaro anl on the same terms I will alra stand my Jack, WII.I.MM l.YLK, it 9H. HelaaS-yrar-nlblack, 14 hauds high and liaa.slred by I.yle'a Imported Jua, and out ol a good Jeunot. Htoner, 3d dam by a dray Kigl,. horse. He haa MYERS HOTEL, E. STANFORD. KT. H. BDRNSIDE. - Propr ThiB Old and Woll GEOIIGE It. KSUI.KJIA .V. - Known Hotol Still MaintainH ita High Roputation. Thlst powder narer rariei. A marrelol purity, strength ind wbolcsomenou. 'Mora economical than the ordinary kinds, and can not be sold competlton with the mullitudoof low teat .abort weight alum or phosphate powders. Boldonly in cans. ItOTALUaKINO fOWDKI Will make the tresent season at my stalilo ono 100 Wall Street, New York mile Irom Htanfjrd on tlio .Stanford ana nusion- vlllo Turnpike SILVEE KING He Is 4 Its Proprietor it Determined that it Shrill bo decond to no Country Hotel in the State in ita Fnro, Appointmenti, or Attention to Comfort of ' thoir Qnetti II. K. TAYI.OK, Of LOOAN COUNTY, la a CandMate or tbe office ofBupertntendent of Public Instruction, subject to tbe Democratic BtatoConrention. Use Green Cough Balsam for coughs tnd colds. Price 50c. For sale by MclloberU A Stagg. How is your bloodf Use Urecn's Barsaparllla For sale lir McRnbcrU A Stagg it tl. ERICSSON, JR, I'-- Trarelera. years old, 10 hands high, a beautiful alwara 'applied with tae choicest bay, with Que mane and tall and a pcrlett arandsof Llqanrsaad Ctcara. model and a natural saddle horse. Hired by HubMe's L'cntnark, known as On Time. First dam, Mcllln Mounts, by Cabblo'a taalugton, econd dam by Young America, he Vj Taylor's Messenger, third dam hy Miller's Denmark which THE PORTMAN HOUSE SHOP. glres him a double cross of tbe bnt saddle stork in tbo world, fourth dam by John llluut, one of. J1SSKJ TlloaiSOX, I'ltOI'Ml. the best race norscsorhlsuaj,nil!i dam by waxy aadfronstka A( 810 to IiiHiiru ii MiliiK Colt. Iltttenlllboniejei1toacromniodatl oaids free of ckara. Nperlal Commercial lo Tbe liar will mm Will a'ao stand at the same place my Hoe Jack, Qreon'a Electric Oil euros ill icbea and pains. Is by Ericsson (6 in 2 30 list,) by Membrlno Chief, For sale by McRoberta A Stagg it 60c. by Membrlno Paymaster, dam the dam ol (iollab. Ilia sons aired 22 and his daughters are tbe Orocn'a Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at dams of 18 in tbe 2 Vt list. , ......1 l. LIukah uji iiiiuutir l.l ,lf SiO to inn time n wbru mart) Is Mon .jihmju im k.ir l....l. .iu I. lie. trvuni til -- .3- - ey due at weaning tire or I.lvlllti tolt. ptrted 50c, it McRoberts A Btagg's. at a and told to ltobert llonncr at with, lie is brown jack witn wnita poluta, S that e lor J10.0O0. yeara old lo June, full It bands high, lie was sir Ist dam by IKxloe, by old 1'llot. slreol I'llo . Jr.. ed by Alkln's King Wllllim and he by King Phil(12 In 12:3 J list) Pilot strpt the dams of Jay Dye lip; first dtm Hlack lln Jennet shels sired by eee, 2 10; Maud 8 J.t8'i, Nutwood i 'i and 21 King I'tillllp; second dam by Moreraslle a' d he by In the 2.30 list. Membrloo Chief sired UJy Thorn Jim Porter. This Jack haa prored hlrotelt lobe a TThen I!by wo nick, wo gare herCaatorla, Woodford Membrlno 2.2IS. llrlgnoll line breeder beeral of his colts lost season at When she im a Child, ah cried for Caatorla, 2:W!i, Flsk'a Mambrlno Chief 2.WK, fUy Henry weaning time brought one hundrl ln lara 2.Z9K. Membrlno tiiar IKS, Menbrlno l'ilot ;. A- When she became ills, she clung to Castoria, It. h'A UK IS, -2.27, North rilar2.2C', blanlord, Ky. I'.rlcsaon, Jr.. la a solid black. 1C bands high, When abe had Children, ihe gare them Caatoria, a and weighs 1,200 lbs. He Is a horse that himself eren If he had no pfdUrw. Hut possessing the blood that be doe should make him one of tbe grandest stallions In Kentucky. tee will be No, 3011. titandarJ I ruler Hula 7 A. T. It ,Vol ,) will aland $15 TO INSURE A MAKE IN I'OAL. STEVE "WALKER. I W . 'if J. J. tj. r JaaBBBaBkrlBBBr7J.aa MMaaaairi rrcom-ruend- ce ARTHUR SIMS, I am dally opening an elegant line of Fall Millinery, lncluJlog all borhood renders money die. Will also stand Farting with or morlng mare out ol the neigh- Two mllea from Lancaster, on Ihe BUntard pike at Latoit Noveltiei of the Season. UY FINE JACK, McEIaKOY, TWENTY DOLLARS THE 8EA80N At $10 on tbe same conditions as abore. He has With prlrllege of return In 163, or 131 Insurance. Work den Also Notions, such u Handkerchiefs. Collars proren blmsellto b a superior breeder, baring Ii tbe Ulest r,i r.inv Kuchtnz. Cornets. Bustles, etc. ao'i- produced some ot tb best inulea In this and a'd dltpalch ladle' ind Arthur 81ms Is br Oen. Knox, to be br Vervacated by Bratcounties and Is also a good Jennet Jack. mont Hero, Ac. Ills dsm wm IJy Arthur, by rlted. will find me at the rooms lately lev A Warren, next door to tne Myers uouse. He la IS,', hands high, nearlr black, with tucaly by by The 1 cbl'dren'. style, wllb neatneai work In- - ICMm KATE JtUDDEUAlt. points and general make up 1st class. JJlCKSON house, Befur-talatie- A 2'imtln Irom Hustonrllle, on the Uustonrllle Liberty Turnpike road, Lincoln county, K j. K.H. l'OW XL I., LONDON, KT.: F .B.RILEY, Proprietor. Fiaro tbrongtiout. Had reasonable price. Day nad night trains uiet by polite Porlera of ibl popular Ilonne. Flrai-elrasjsi 207-C- MESSENGER CHIEF,;JR d aide. Mambrlno Bourbon Chief, Mambrlno Chief, Paymaster, Ae. Arthur Mlm. Is a bay, It'i hands, smail blase, right hind loot white, foaled in 13)7. He la a handsomely finished colt and bred tl stay. He has been bandied a little and promisee well He combines tbe strains of the haudsome Black Hawk and stout Mambrlno Cblsl families, and Is a deairabl stock bone, and on bis aire's side trace twlc to Imp. Ueaaenger and twice on his dam's TtaoroBgiily Renovated nnd WILLIS HOUSE, MAW ST., BICDMOSD. KT. For a good this Hotel And clean and well furnlahed rooms, attached, has no auperlor. Good sample rooms 201-l- y auriutea 00 per day. Proprietor. J.B. WIIXIS,Table LOUIS SCHLEUEL, PHOTOOBiPHEB, BICHMUSP. KEXTl'CKV. Photograplii in all styles and lizos. $10 TO INSUBE A LIVING COLT parted la foaled Pifttnres in India Ink. Crayon and Money due when coltpastured at or mare month, 12 per with. Mates will be Lancaster, Ky. Bay Stallion foalded In US!. 1C handa high. Is hy Messenger Chief, Ist dam by Vermont. Jr., 2 Knox, 110, Standard Under Rule J, tbe aire dam by Imp. Scythian, S dam by ilonner's Gray Oen. 01 Arthur Mima, wis brel by Daniel Heuatls. Ilrtdg-por- t, Eagle, i dam by Unstott's Telegraph. tils stre Messenger Cnler, 2 In J SO list, by VI, and was foaled In I8U. He was by erino.t Pilot, dam by Mambrlno Meaaengtr, dam Hero, 111, 1st dam by tWrcher, son of Harney Henby Mambrlno Chief. 3 dam by Imp. Napoleon; 4 ry, 2od Hunaden Mare by Hill's Sir Charles, son o( dam by Tempest: Messenger Chief aired Maud Uuruc. lUcjrd HS), public trial at 10 years old Messenger J.lojf; Marrel J.JS; Gus 2,11 and many 2:24. Among the get of den, Knox wllh records In others destined to win lame on the turf. Abdallab Itlot, by Alexander's Abdallah; dam 2.30 or Utter, are the following: Lady Maud 2.18',, Camera 2.I74 Independence 2.211J, Ollbert Knoi Blandlna, by Mambrlno Chief; second dam (I'-oe-a llnd'adam, i.lW.) by Parker's Drown Pilot. 2.26'.; Ema!ror Knox 2.37S: Knox 2 Wi', Victor Pilot aired Plckard 1 1SK, Red Jim S yrar- - 2.23; Knox Boy 2.23 Peac.ful 2.iC, Hsrrr fpank old recoiaz.zs; Mcaejnger tntex airw iiaua .Meser2JO; Messenger Knox 2 30 His sons, Col Kls senger 2.16',. worth, Coupon, Cromwell, Eetalre, Kmperor WillAlexander'a Abdallah, by BraJjk'a liamblo-toolan.da- m iam, (Jen. Knox. Jr , den. Llgbtfoot, Ollbreth, Katie Darling. Alexander's Abdal- Knox, Jules Jurgenaeo, Knox Iloy, lion Mortis, lab alrtd Goldsmith Maid 3.14, Uoeallnd V.21K; Phil tjberldan, til blmo, Wbalsbone Knox, and Tborcdale 2.22; Major Edsall 2.29; at. Klruore Wood lord Knox hare aired thw following, with 2.S0. lie also sired Almont, Belmont, Ilelsora, records of 2 30 or better: Iron Ar2.IVW,CaplloU Hnelby Chief, together with tbe dams of Jerome 2.22VJ; Frank F. 120'(; Nellie Walton 2 26 Eddy 2.ICK. Katie Mlddleton 2 23, Bill Tbunder Charles K. 2.27, Fanny M. 7.W: Wallace 2 7JJ, 2.2S&, etc. Lolhalr2.k, Maud Muller 7i');t; Kitty Morris Meiaenger Chief, Jr , will make the present era-so- n 2 30: Chub 2 27; John B. Heald 2 27'i Ollbreth at my place l'a tulles from Hustonrllle on tbe Maid 2 27,S; Hhadov 2 28; Hamb'n avcox 2 2a, Copeland IV; Black Ilea 2.30; Arthur T. 2.30, Bradfordsrllle pike, t HoLesly, paeer, 2 22','Ac. 211. Hlna, pacer, 2 risk. Mam kept In aur manner desired, at owner'a T.A.F.hKIS. 8 BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment OX73FLXHS Sciatica, Lumbago, Bhenmatiim, ScraUhea. i Kf, Water Colors. 1 but I will not be responsible for accidents. Vermont Hambletonian. Tills fine stallloc will make theaeason of 1817 at my farm, 3 mile Irom titacford, on the Stanford and Panrlllo pike Spralni, Stitehet, StiffJolnU, Backache, Contracted Xtuclftf, Strain, Eruption, Hoof Ail, New dealg Q1 In Frames an Mils at rery lo (201-l- Prices. J.K.UAVailMAK. ilustonrllie. Bnrnii Sealdt, Stinga, Bltei, Scritr Worm, Swlnney, Saddle Oalls, Files. STAND-B- Y My Stallion, Oalli, Sorea, Spavin JO ABDALLAH, Will mike the present Brnliet. Bnnioni, -- NF.W- FURNITURE Opp'oaito MACK Court-Honso. STORE! Proprietor. AN!) PKDKillKK-VHm- ont DF.SCKIPTIOS tIA IJa UMAX'S, 2mUttoia lanfoid. nn tbe Somer ct pike at $IO to i null ft" n llvlmi Uamb elonlan 1' n Mack borie, flnl In 'Hi?, ilx same wmdlilons nsabjre. lie iaa colt, teen hsnds hUb. two whlti ( t b.hlnd Mred br 10 bands high, of good stjle and William Wehb. by Itys.Hk'rf Hambletonian, 1st, splendid breeder. and has prorcu himself a dam KallaUrlues'hy (Ill's Vermont. 2ml data JC. HA VOH3IAX Black hwan, hy Helm's Yorkshl e br Imp York- J. nnecoin-blncdhorr- saon at 31. H3I1TII AT 815 TO IKHUICE A COLT. Corn, Crack. for ererybody exactly what Isclalmed thorcasona for the great iopularItyor THI3 GOOD OLD HnstonrlllU, Ky. MESSENGER BREEZE ! HUFFMAN, uiuually. A Tennessee murderer was bo', satis 193 The angel whom a young man escor s to a ball or party is quite a different sort of looking celeitial from waat she appears the morning ifter when her mother is chasing rer down the cellar to take a band in the DE. W. B. PENNY, & many woman are now shooting their week's washing. DENTIST, in bed that a man husbands while asleep Stnntorcl, - - IContuolcy alon't know, when he lies down at night, Drunkenness, or liquor Ilablt.can be Cured by whether he will wake up a corpse in the aiminirtering Or. Haines' Golden Specific. Morning or have to get up and build a Sre. It can be given In a cup ol collee or tea with-ctlio knowledge of the person taking It, Danville Brett?. aBSaamjiBSlallavV a speedy and permanent euro, w hetlier the patient Is a moderate drinker or nn alcoA fellow who promised bis wife never to holic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have Itihii lips touch a glass of liquor now oeeiimade temperate men who li;to taken the a Uolden Speclflo iuy their colfco without their ancks his favorita beverage through knowledge, nnd bellevo they quit drinking ot their own free will. No harmful effect atiaw. results from Its administration. Cures guarantOflte on Lancaster street, rext door to 1nt wife, findeth a good eed, riend for circular nnd full particular. biob Journal office. Office hours Horn 3 to 12 a iVboso fiudeth at. and to 8 p. M. Anrstbetlcsadmlnlstorod .. whn AildreKs in roniMence Gomirs Hckcific Co., Sole men. Md acceiia'j 3Ji:.uv. . .. .'tisf Ohio side sura from the body. The contract for the extension of the Versailles and Midway to Georgetown, has keen let to Dolan & Sweeney, and work vill be begun at once. The sale of an old Presbrlerian graveyard at Lexington, for $8,000, involving &e removal of the remains, has excited indignation against tbe church autboritiis Carolina legislator cowhided m editor last weik and cow comes a Colo ettdo editor, who performs a like service for legislator, thereby making honors eyea between the two callings. A New York phrs'cian claims that he etuxiuxed 30 caaee of consumption by rectal refections of carbonic acid gas, prepared by se process given by the French physician. his but id with cutting wore: victim'd throat, head by severing the of bid At a public wedding ceremony where there was an immense crowd, tbe procession moved with such deliberation towards the chancel that the best man remarked in a very audible Ions to his companion, "If this thing goes on at the present rate, we will get there just about in time for the christening." Miss Wolfe, ol New York City, a hope, lees invalid, owner of $10,000,000, pays Dr. William Todd Helmuth $5,000 a year to SJSagSSSBSSSSKaYSSBSSBT f3 WlUalvrnys liuve o" liuud a large and select lluu or Furni- Full brothtr to Maud Mmsenger 2.1C',. by Messenger Chief, slreol Maud Misseoger, 1st dam by (Jentle llrecze,lrcoI IVarl 2 3U Alexandai'aAUlal-lab- , 2nd lam Klttylllreis, the dam ot Ilertlo Olil, old recor d rerordof J ml tiles, J 37 3rd dam by l'.ed Jacket, slra of the dam of Wilkes Kentucky Mwsenger Cbttf, by Abdallah 1'llot; dam by Mambrlno Messenger; 2d dam by Mambrlno Cblei; Sddam by Imp. Napoleon, 4th dam by Teiapist. AiesMcg'r sireu .iauu aiessengrr z.io1,, Marrel 2.28; (iui 2 23, and many othtrs destined to win f.ime on the turf. Abdallah Pilot, by Alexander's Abdallau: dam Illandlna, by Mambrlno Chief; 2nd dam 2.21 M). by Parker's llrown Pilot. Al.. dallah Pilot aired I'lckard, 2.18U; Iteil Jim. . year old record 2.28; Mcastnger Chief alreu Maud 'd ture and Undertaker' Good. My prices will be as Ion as hucIi doctor her. Mrs. Alexander T. Stewart retained three doctors at an aggregate cost of at least $40,000, and called in one of them nearly every day. goods can be bought In the cities. Give me a trial and yon will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. ) - ut 1 .151-lyr- Vermont (Downing') by Hill's Black It wk, sire of K han Allen 2 2Vi. Vermont (Downlng's) record 2 73. ot Hnlgma 2 20, and alao aire ol Iss IreoftPr-dimBreeders will obserre that Meaaeoger Ilreezn has thedam of Mambrlno Bruce, the sire of Belle Wila double cross of Abdallah, a double cross of Mamson 2.28JJ brlno Chief and through lied Jacket a double cross Hill's Hlack Hawk, br Sherman Morgan. Dam, of Morgan. a fait trolling mare. Hill's Ilia k Hawk . the uay, m nanus sire of Belle of riaraloga 2.29 Lancet 2.271,. F.lhan Messenger llrerze la a beauiuui reu blab, muscular and atrong, Allen 2.23K, and Young America 2 23, and Is aire of a aptedy conformation and there does not exist of tbe Um of lllancho 2.23iJ (leu Tweed .'20, on Kentu ky soil a liner specimen ol the Tennessee 2 27, and also the rounderol th great trotting bred horse and coming as he does from a Black Hawk family, that has In Ihe male nnd produclrg family, his sire, blsdamand hie grand- - and lemalo Hue 1 0 of 2 31 or better repretenta-tiril.m all IkAlm. nrn.1itrAr.nf anpfc.1. hn 1. lu.t the Co'umlms (Hartley's), IjtOII Colu'ulnu, .Ire ol kind ola horse to make a lasting impresilon on Ills progeny, Confidence 2 28, Dam. a Messenger Alar.. Maud Messenger, his full sliter, won more monOld Culumbua, 1.WA ennrtrtod pacer, trouglit ey In IB81 thHii anyhorreen tlie Aiuerltau turf. from Canada, UlreoKJonlllcnce 2 24, Columbus Tbuscrvlcu fie will be Narlgator2Sl, llosauionili.SO', nnd i ou g 3.M, und alsnslreof tho dama ol Ben N.2.20'4, alneless .' 4i, $30 TO IXSUKi: A MAIlii IN FOAL. Morlll 2.27, (Yourg Columbus Is tbe sire of II 2.30 performers, aiid he has I sons tnat bare Monty dm when thil.ict atieriuiucd or tuaro or Iwltcr pe'loiinurs ) Old Columparleil with or bred lo another ho ae. tVlll make sired It 23Jor bus Islhofouudtrnl the Columbus family, which theteax-i- i ot 18)7 on the larm ot blood wss to the Iltat what she Pilot. Jr. tuood It O II KltT Jlv.i I. IS 1 1'.ll, wastoKeiiiuckr. TIIOH. V IC(HUXHO, About mil' Irom Siai.jrd, ' BMufird. hy. s well-brewell-kni- t, y e Alexander'a Abdallah, hy Ryadyk's Ilambleto nlsn: dam Katie Darllcz. Alexander's Alxlallah aired Goldsmith Maid 2.14; Hoaa'lnd 2 21; Thorn-dal- e Major Edsall, 2.29; lit. Kluiore 2 SO. lie also sired Almoin, ueimooi, uiisora, nneiny Chief, together with the dams ol Jerome Eddy 2.16i; Kaile Mlddleton 2.23, Bill Tbunder a 2S$ etc. lied Jacket. brCcmet. son of Sherman Morgan, dim by a son of Hberman Morgan llod Jacket waa i rery umshed norsa oi elegant ironing action. Ilia daughter Droduced Kentucky Wil.es. 2.21, alau tbe dam of lied Wilkes, sire of Phil Thompson, 2.1G, also the dam of Bo So 2.17JJ. uentie iireeze, aire ot J eariz.iiu, aiso aire oi lue dam of Maud Mee aeoger 2.16. by Whirl Wind, Lady Mac record 2 30, aire of Barkis record 2.23 Meaienger2.IG l:n; Bonner Boy 2 23. Hlack Maria 'iWi, Udy Oak 2.M. and Logan 2.40V; aleo aire of the uama ol Uambetta Wllkoa2ii;.Tbe KIng2 20j. Nellie I, 2 shire, 3rd dam Little Kiilly. by Wagner, by .sir L'uaries, ny sir Atcny, 4lli ilam Kmliy op.i, tir Imp Irlatban.Stbdam hy Parkolet, fith dam br . (Ireendilrer, 7th dam br Maryland bib dam by Hannibal, 'J .Urn lir "I'aT, lr Hnwol (ne ) r.mliy; in iiruco'a Html nook vol l.pige Vermont Hambletoulin is a fine big horn, with fl no stylo and ko1 bono, and a sure lireelr. slreil by William Welch, the sire ol Prince Imperial, 2.22JJ, Jeremiah '.'.23 ,, BmleT can Irot In 2 .11 or l.rtlcr. William Welch was alrrd br Kyadyk's ll'iiiblelonlan, prlrale rrcord 2. Itldmu tU dam n ol of Kodcn'a Prince, 2 27, and by Imp TrutWr C'otto-- ) and a.ro of twenty mllea trotter. Trua te, 2 dam by a son of Mambrlno, by Imp Mfiii-iic- r, Vetmont lxlnga grand in ei the gr.at lira djrk'a Hambletonian, the grandest aim Using, aud GUI's Vermont cmubin d, backed by thoroughbred, will make a fin alocx horse. Kjrsdrk a Ham b'elonlan, by Abdallah, sou of Mambrlno, dam by Imo. Itell founder, 2 dam by lllshop's Hambletonian, 3 dam by Imp. Messenger. (Ill's Vermont by Downlng's Vermont, sire of tbedsmof Kntgma 2 IC 1st dam by Colut.bu. (Barkley'a) ion ot Columbus, sire ol ConUdence 2.28; 2nd dam by Bartrand, aire of tbe dama ol Mclll tiay 2.24; Sd dam by Mattbleu, slreof the dam of Climax 2 31. (Jill's Vermont Is tbe sire of Pho-nlx- I epi I'l o unimrni is lounuinits univcrani nppllcnblllty. Krcry body needs such nmcdlclnr. Tlio J.uinherinnti needs It In case of accident. Tlio 1 an arwlfo needs It for general family use The 'nnnler need It for his teams nnd bis men Tlio .Mechanic needs It alirejs on hi work 1 C r7'7"" aiustang Ifncli. and his stock yard. cr Tho Miner need It Incaaeof emergency, Tbr I'Unrerncedslt can't get along without I' The Farmer need It In his house, bit stablt. The Htrnmbnnt sunn or the llnntmnii neols It-- It In liberal supply afloat and asbora. economy. needs It It bis beat Tho Ilorar-fiinclfriend and anfe.t reliance. r need it- -It will aire him Tim thousands of dollar and a world of trouble. The Hnllrond mnn needs It and will need It long as bis I If o Is n round of accidents and danger. The Ilnckwoodeinnn needalt. There I uotii lngllke It as an anttdoto for tho dangera to llfo, limb and comfort which surround tbe pioneer. The Mrrcbtiiit needs Itatiout hla store nnion hi employees. Accidents will hapen, and when these come tho Mustang Ltnlmrnt Is wanted atnnce. Keepn Halt le lathe House, 'Tlstlie Iwitof Slock-nrowc- ords of 2.80 or tucky Oentleman 2.42, and aire 01 tbe aecoad dam of l'hll Thompson 2.16 Urailyk' Hami etonlan, by Abdallah. aire olflr Walter 2.27. lat dsm by Cbaa. Kent mare by Imp. Ilelllounder; 2nd dam On a bye, br nisnop nam bleton'amXrddam ellrerlbll br Imp. Mresenier. Itradrk'a Hambletonian Is the sire ol Kettle 2.18, and 37 others with records ot 2 30 or better: atsool the dams ol Trinket 2.11, and 3) otbera with rec- 23,Cullaw 2 23f, Pearl 2 30, Udf Darla 2 3i Beatrlc2 3IK. Udy Patthcn 2 36'i, aud Ken use In caao of accident aares pain and Iom ot waicra Keep nllottle Iu the Factory. 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