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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887032901 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. - tw. T'-b;- " -- f rl " rttfrr T rr'pjKwvrfwpvn v "Tr t "'""iTF'W r HllJIHflllP" Semi HeeMi VOL. XVI. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLECOUNTY. DANVILLE. ntefio HUSTONVILLC, JSp WHk 4!w4r NO. 215. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1887. BOYLE COUNTY LINCOLN COUNTY. II. K. TAYLOR, y Al ' George Creso and MIm Griffin were Willi tin II. King has raovwl into tho Hid a lively thunder storm with rain Or M)0 AN COUN TY, Is a Candf.Uta or the office ofSuperlotanileiu of l'uMlo Initructiun, subject married Thursday. Doneghy properly, ou Wait Lexington accompaniamentSinday afternoon. to the Democratic Bute Conrcntlon. Wo have a entering report from Mrs. A blacksmith shop at Pino Hill waa street. ! Frltlnv Fubllehetl Tttcit(tu -A- Tburned a few days sine. Mis G, F. Lie lias returned from a Woalherfonl. Mr Rran's condition also is WOOD WALLACE. WATT COCUKAK. Sam'l. Hix was arrested Saturday on yislt to hei daughter, Mm. I. 8, MoHlror, villi improving. Mrs. Steele is regarded xMau of Ml. Sterling. a bastardy warrant. He gare bond. out of danger & COCHRAN, underttood If we credit that 11.50 will be L B Adams left In haste Sunday in L. F. Struve, of CnlliUtit, ha sold Milton Miller, a young man on Skaggs pec tod .nil demanded. RENTS' FURNISHERS, hi property on 4'h street to Mrs Nannie answer to a dispatch from the Bright Creek, died Sunday nf consumption. 1 1 pound granulated sugar for $1. neighborhood. Our formei citiun, Wm Brewer for $2, 150 10 613, 1th Street, W. P. WALTON Dr. C. B. II. Mirtiu, assisted by Uv. Tarkingtoi, now of Bjyle, is here. Rev. pounds beat C. sugar for $1. F. L. Thomp- - Latwlpy McICee, D D , will begin a pro J. C. Rindolph is preaching here every son. 2t lM2m Largest assortment Ho.it goods. lown traded meeting at the 21 Presbyterian Sittirdny evening and Sunday in the 0ARRAR0 COUNTf DEPARTMENT. est price. Where at? Login Thompson's ctiurori this (Monday) evening. Mrr. S P II Tarrant, the energeiic JHMJTJEJ, of course. Lancaster. Ill On Saturday night some 0.10 broke into James Wmla ha leased the quarry on the residence of Mrs. Ssllie A S einbirgen, vice president of the 8ih educational The Naw Orleans Minstrel are baok MT VERNON, KY. mamhitllsd her forces Siturday at the imI for a iierforrnance nt the Open House Mr'. Herrin'ri lot In thu weat end of town who liyes on Walnut street nnd stole a val Wnlnat street Methodist church in Danand ha begun work opening it up 155 cents ii LEXINGTOIvr.KY. In change, uab'o gold witch and April Oth. This old and Hotel la still mtln- (Monday) i county court day. which hippsned to ha In the bureau drawer ville and held three busy seasons, embrac- talnlug Its fine reputation. Ctiargoi reasonable Capt. Kinnalnl will Imped the 0" II ing morning, afternoon and night. The at Special attention to the tmrcllng public. I17 Kiflea at the armnry tfaturilaj sOcrnoon A good crowd In town. Rut little stock on whore the watch was JI. I XEU'fOJIt, Pro'r, the market. Homo horse swapping. Mr. KI S. Rowland, of Chicago, will tendance was uot as large aa anticipated, but nt 330 o'clock. TIip companj hff Mt. Vernon, Ky. still manifested an encouraging degree of o George IhrcUy was tried Saturday Washington in My. shortly open a merchant talloting estab the trip to Judge Colyer, on the charge of burn-In- tf linhment In Danville. Mrs. Theodore Lin interest iu the questions pertaining to the Mr. William Uentley anil MIm Ida ! rail belonging to Mh. Ine l'nillipj. and ney continues very ill. Mr. B, F. Pniliips solution of the great problem of popular ineo Adama were ijrantcil marring tfiirllTery sack guaranteed to glre allfctlon.To education, Several distinguished gentle(1 W. Yancey wascilled acquitted. returned to day from Newport where lie Thuwilar. Elder men, not on the programme, were present, Mr. J. J. Williams, formerly of this had been for several days. In and tied the knot in hi most happj JAS O OIVKNS, VALUABLE PROPERTY ! WM. ATBK?. and invited to participate. Among thtue roury Fubllc. An educational meeting of the S.h dismanner, lbth of the iartlea lire in this place, now living p Louisville, will short ly move lo your place- and will occupy the trict teachers' association, compoecd of Pu- were Prof. J L. McKee, and President O. county. Gentry, I will aell AsAdmlnlitratrtzorH.lt. Beatty, of Centre College; several uiiuisieiH on bts lato premises, on & laski, Wayne, Lincoln, Garrard, Cajey, Alhirt 8 Herrj, of Newport, candidate Helm property. and a numbor of prominent citizsns, ladies Ssmuel McCluro and "Tyrix" Mine ltoy't! and Mercer counties wis held at the a amall audience at for governor, addrsed ON SATUDAY, APRIL 2ND, 1887, and gentlemen. 1 he body waa called to y the court house Saturday evenmc. His have our thank for attentions shown while the Walnut street Methodist church 811 Firth Street, A tract ofland Mrs Tarrant, who, after the opeu and Saturday night. (See Huston- - order by , remark are ald to hate bean qulto well on a fishing excursion a few days since on - - ICY. IOUIf'VIJUTL.-Eby I'.iv. E. II. Parce, of Danlog prayer 107 villa letter.) received, but a. near! eTerrbodr In tho Rockcastle River. Rooms 3 and 5, Cromle Block. ville, proceedtd to deliver a well digested Adjoining tbs homeMoad, In a good state of cultt- P. P. Cjeslnut has three children sick Albert 8. Berry delivered a rattling county U pledged either to Hticknor or and ably written address on matters perti- Tatlon, uostont down In graia, well watered and with typhoid feyer. Di Davis reports speech at thu court-housFriday night in Harris, Mr. llerrr did not succeed in fenced. I will aell alao at tbe sarno time in the county than hai been advocacy ol hi claims to the democratic nent to the oc casion. Prof. A. W. Mell, of more fever ing many rote PEARSON & CLARK, 2 Horses. 1 extra tiaddlo Horse 7 Bowling Greeu, was pressed mto represent 1 Work Mules, Denmark taaddle returned known for a long while. He has fifteen nomination for governor. John Woodcock ht rraiaold, 1 Stallion 2 jean old, Mr. The Senator 1 Weanling Saddle Colt by On Time, 1 Brood from Somerset. Mn. M. C. Waller haa re- - cases under his charge. Mr. James Pit- made a fine impression, but fine impressions ingjuuge ueexner, wno was absent, on Mara br lltltlhln'l tlnmrlr. In faal In 1.1,1 "Popular Education in the South." "Sug IttiKer. 1 cood Brood Marr. 8 rows with elf turned from Louisville, whither ehe went man is very low withdropiy of the brain. will not wean the democrats of Boyle 'counui lutm rrKiuurtfti oaorinorna, iu gooa grade lone II R Pith has besn appointed tie In ty from General Buckner. They are for geslive leaching" waa presented by II K. yearUng Cattla, 2 yearling hellera, 1 thorough'to jiurchwe hemlock of spring millinery. LEXINGTON, KY. bred Bull (Ueglatcred), 4 grade heifer calTes, Taylor, of Russell ville. "Compulsory Her. H. C. Humphries, of Glangow, the new epector for the C. V. Branch and arrlyed him and don't you forget It. thoroughbred hi Iter calf, 80 good Ewea with by Prof. Moe?, of Franklin coun12 s 20 ShoaU, 7 Uowi and plga. Farming lambs, "WcHt Main paetor of the JijptUt church, ban arrhed from Tenueatee Saturday on his way to lo order to promoto honesty among 203 6m of Wood Uearor, Buckeye Mower, Hay Knke, Wheat Drill, Plowa, and taken room at Mr. Holmea'. Rirbourrille. Mr. Pish was formerly a those who handle other people's money, ty. (This residence may be incorrectly One good Spring Wagon, 2 cltixtn of this place and is a brother of our Col. Marcellus Cnlles, of this place has given.) These questions, and eeveral othWagons, l good Bnggy and Harness almoet new, The One Horse fornnr. UouaeboldefleeU, Ac. PishJe, but is now a rctidont of Fountain invented "a tin suit with nopocketa" to be ers growing out of the meeting, were aired Alto at same time the rol'owlng borsos bslong-lnfarmer hai a life lonii am Head, Tenn. The to J. a Gentry wilt tw told: 1 good combined worn by employes during business hours. by Mr. Pearce, Rav. Morris Evans, of LanMare 8 years 1 1 Saddle httlon to K'lu a reputation for wearini; a The Continental Fire Insurance Com- The colonel has applied for a patent for his caster, Prof. W. C. Grtnstead, of Danville, weanling Colt, old, 3 year-ol- d most of Mare, In It Texas Marea, them dirty ahlrt. Invention and thinks when in general use El der J. L. Allan, of Danville, Gen. Gree foal to good horsta. pany have notified their policy holder in TBIIMS: All sums of JIO and unaer cash, orer He wilt alarm the neighborhood in get- this county that all their policies would be that it will greatly lessen the annml emi- Clay Smith, of Mad. son, Mell, Taylor, Rev. tbat amount a credit of four months with appror-e- d security. Terms u to land made known on day R. H. Caldwell, of Boyle, and sundry free round canceled and to make no mote remittances gration of bank cashiers to Canada. ting up two hours bfore day, then tit The Photographer, JM.ua. J1AMCM U. UMiXl'MCW lances, which sparkled in tho melee. uioaie. Admix not go lo work until after tun up. and Beginning with on premiums. (Monday) Thoe who bad remitted He will rida around a week looking for a bad their money returned. No cause is Rev. Fred D. Hale, of Louisville, will as- A very interesting essay was read by Miss MACK BKUCE'3 $2 hog. sist the pastor of the Baptist church in a Alice Smart, of Crab Orchard. I can not assigned for the move. give the subject exactly, whichwas highly bard time, then He will complain of A prominent republican here says if short series of evangelistic meetings. There tear bia beat pair of pint climbing a fence Ruckner receives tho nomination Clay will be no fanatical excitement, but a quiet commended, and passed, I think, into the Buggy & Implement House. where a gate ouzht to be. Mado will be run by the republicans and in case exposition of the word of God. The ap- hands of a newspaper man for publication, H will spend $3 for a new bridle, then Harris la nominated Bradley will be put peals will be made to the reason, judg- Mi8 Mollle Crumbaugb, at present of let the calf chew It to piece before Ban on', by them. He says it depend upon ment and conscience of the hearer. No Boyle, occupied the rostrum three times in I hare now day. the action of the democratic convention, pressing and urging people to act against essay, reading and recitation, ail of which A Pall Lino or Whoat Drills and were applauded. The county superintendHe will get all hit neighbor to help in who the republican will nominate. their will. othor Agricultural Implomont8, ents of Boyle, Lincoln and Garrard were her die gelling a cow out of a bog, then let The hunting in the vicinity of the W T. Urooks, Paris: J. J. Brooks, Betides a (pr want of atlentlor. Rchmondj T. N. Robert, Birbour?llle, cemetery for eevaral weeks past has been duly in place, probably one or two others. Stock will gt in and deitroy hi crop at and A, U. Lovell were visiting this place exceptionally fine. At first the people Your reporter;waa too, busy with other Full Lino of Baggies and! Wagoni a plact in the fence that he ha put oil fixduring the latter put of the week. Mis living there were a little afraid of being matters to get up a full or strictly accurate Always on hand. In connection with ray Iming for sir month Suite Brown has returned from school at shot, but they have got so they can dodge report. Tne vice president presided with plement business, I will also carry a and firmHe will praln his back lifting mething Ash Grove, Mo. Miss May Adam is at the bullets tolerably well now, and there- marked dignity, Complete Stock of Lumber, ness (of the last I am particularly assured), to abow how strong he i fore are not hit very ofton. Friday evenhomo from DiUghUrs College for a Both rough and dressed. Prlcca on everything at and closed the exercises witn an encouragHe will talk all Sunday on what he G. W. Huckins and family leave ing one sportsman shot into the kitchen of know about farming, then ride around the for the West this week. Mr. A. Anderson, but he didn't moan any- ing address about 10 r M Low us any one. ntijhbsrhool Mondty hunting seed po'.a -- W. II. William, who left Ihi place thing by it, be was just trying to scire a When a man is fully under its domina I solicit a tbare of your patronage. Boaptctfully, toe. for tho West many years since writes back colortd girl who was in the kitchen. Tho tion, he would drink, were rum placed beI. n. JIRCCE. He will go in hi ahlrt electa! on a cold for tho first time in ten years to hi brother, shot from the target gun that struck little fore him, if he knaw that the next moment day, to ihow how much he cm .land, then D. N. Williams, at this place, saying he, George Perkins a few days ago hurt his his eoul would be required of him. Once return Jiotno at nitfht and occupy two owns a fine cattle ranch at Grand Junction, arm considerably, but then George had no Z under its full control the victim drinks and .aaaaaaaaaaan third of the firo place till bid time. Col., and was getting along well in the business bslng in his pa's back yard. If he drinks until he is beggared and unfit for He will ildicule the mechanism of a business. He mentions the name of one of had been in the front yard he wouldn't have Store work or businere, uutil his wife and family Valuable!) Heal Estate and We are opening tho ra oat carefully tclccted,lth corn planter and then co out and mash hi his neighbors, Mr. Rice, a daughter of Mr. been shot. Booms. objects of charity, and finally the finest and best stock of become ib nailing a board on the fence. Bowe'n Goyer, formerly of this county, as Shall we Meet Again . grave closes over his bloated, At Executor ol Lewis V. Philips, dee'd, I oSer PIANOS ANI ORGANS Ho will go to town on Saturday and living within a few miles of him on anoth for tale, on easy terms, tbe following real eatate in The following is one of the most brilliant dishonored carcass. Toledo Blade. and near tbe growing town ol Lancaster, Oarrard Ever brought to this city. Krery instiumont la coma bask home with CO centa worth of er ranch. county, Kentucky: paragraph ever written by the lamented tho pride of an artlat and price) rane from 10. to Buckner's entire Kentucky estate is as worth Fourteen pound granulated sugar $1; George D Prentice: coflee, a paper of pin and a dollar' on Public Squaro ol aald 25 percent. lower tuau oilier dealers aak for the One Brick Store-rootown, now used as a room. Custom-houseame goods. Persons ot muslcnl and art culture e 0Q0. His Chicago prop sessed at about $12 of chewing tobacco and hi belly full of 1C pounds best C sugr $1. One frame Store room on tbe Public Square, now are Invited to an Inspection nf the beautiful, culti"The fin of death is inexorable. There erty Is valued at nearly half a million. He utrd aa a lamlly grocery room. full weight that gives justice. A is no whisky. or any vated, relined tonoaud artist detlgusol theio celes Two on Itlcbmond Street, near Pubappeal for relief from tho great law He i ccrAoiicl, economy 1 hi fort, he big line cf clothing of bel make and at which dooms us to dust. We ilourish and never knew how much he loved "the grand lic Square, one now used as a Millinery btore, tht brated instruments: old commonwealth" until hi soldier com- other aa an Undertaking establishment. With Tho My assorttl Kimlte, tlio Fn will tme ten iftta worth of nxle grease and price that defy competition. this block will bo Bold 11 Ueilred a lot of ground fade ms leaves v.f the forest, and tho flowers rades otlered h:ru the dtmocratic gubernaadJoloUg. complete. goods and notion moits Decker. Son, the I'opular Evruin the spindle of a $75 wagon. ment of dry torial nomination on a silver waiter. -- Lou n One farm with bouso and otlior that bloom, wither and fade iu a day have erett uuil tlio Reliable Netr England He won't Ftib'crihe for a newjpiper but A real nice lot of ladies' trimmed hat and no frailer hold on life than the mightiest iavilUCnmmr,tl. tbe Islington Turnpike, 3 milrs Irom Lancaster, of 137 acres. Pianos, will borrow one from hid friornl and forgot oilier mllllnerv good at prices that will as- moinrch that over ehook the earth with HO acres, Z miles from Lancaster, One Farm ol near tho Lexington Pike, Improved, with house Tbe Celebrated Olough and Warron and to return It. tonish you. Ha'H and cap in abundance hi footsteps. Generations of men will and necessary outbuildings. for men and boys. Cnllled plows and farmOco farm, unlmprorcd, 3 miles from Lancaster, the John Ohuicb & do. Organs. and disappear as the graa3 and. the AND Ky., on the Lexington Turnpike of 73 acres. The only Hine paper iir the State out ing Implements; in fact a full and general And also a tract of 20 acres on Gilbert's Creek, Please communicate with ua for catalogues, term aide of Ihwling Qrren i the llutler County assortment of everything kept in a general mullituda that throng the world to day ud prices. about 4 uilles from Lancaster. SALE ISTABLEI! Aa executor, I desire to aell all this property. will disappear as footsteps ou the shore. a. It. Aj h. J. COOK, Special Ag'ta, iVt".. Thu able and convincing atyle of store can o found and at the very lowest I am empowered by the will lo make deods n it, Hiaoford, Ky. OrKObL It. lUCilAItD.tott-offlco- . HaTtng rented the atablo on Depot street, I am A floe chance ia now offered to those desiring advance in behalf of it candi- prices In my houo. Cll and see. L. B Men seldom ever think of the great eyent argument it and until tho shadow falls across their prepared to trainCourt break horses ou reasonable homos or investments. Itefereucca Penny, Mrs. C. M. CarpenA. It. of death date it belt Illustrated by tbii its latest ut Adams. For lull particulars address my Attorney, II, T. ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Mooro and Jaiuea lieaz-lodar trade solicited. 2t mrmi. fmintr hiding from their eyes the Lancatter, Ky or the underalgned at StanJOUMl. VAUVRSTRR, Hoel, By. don't btaulora; Mra. Maggie Holmes. Crab Orchterince: ,''If the Q II. republican ago J. Marion Brooks, own pathway, Ninotecn years Stanford, Ky. ford, J.H.VUII.ll'S, ard; Uen. W. J, Laudrnm and Miss Lizzie Huff'.DO 3m. lxecutur. man, Laucaro r, Ky. liko u hecsii'e we are for Ilinei for gov- a Rockcastle boy, taking Grerly's advice, faces of loyed ones whose smile was the is the and eat on- went to California. Having a fair educa sunlight of their existence. Death ernor they may go lo the d antagonist of life and the thought of the ion "Grayson fluotie w. II ic suo Hon he took tin the study of skeleton of all feasts. We do is He was there tomb the waa very gratifying. All persons are notified not to pass through our Judgo Cooley'a appointment to and ox cess not want to go through the dark valley, premises without special permission, as we will but a few year until he was electei to po although the dark passage may lead to ceptance of the long term on tho Railroad enforce tbe law against those who do. sltlons of trust, several times to the legis-latuMERCHANT TAILOR, WJt.JOECH, Z we do not want (0 go down into Commission, laying down a $20,000 salary, years has bten and for the lat seven A.3T. FRLA.XV, earnest damp graves, even with princes for bed"in deference to the President' a State Senator. Ha was lately recommenJ. MI. JUILLRll, fellows. In the beautiful drama of 'Ion' wishes," is one more proof of the mugwump I hare rccelied and still recelring JlOItT. JtlcALMHTEIl, ded to the president (or the position of U. Stanford, Ky. influence over tho President and of the 2CI tf. the hope of immortality, so eloquently ut riot Attorney for Southern District 8 Greek, finds President's it lluence over (he mugwump tered by the C:t ifornla. He went to Washington two Though a republican, Cooler voted for NATIONAL BANK, deep respoue in every thoughtful eoul. CITIZENS weeks since and returned last Friday via Comprlslug the bett In the market, which wltl be ClevelaLd, and lo! both have their rewards. When about lo yield his life a sacrifice to OF I.ANCAHTKB, KY. his old home here with the commission of Qotton Up in Stylo and Make Sooond to Mono in City or Country Louisville Time. fate, his Clemanthe asks if they should the office in his possesion, After visiting meet again, to which ho responds: 'I have CAPITAL - - - 8135,000 00 Glre Me a Trial. Connecticut farmers are being duped by relatives in various portiona of the Statu he asked that dreadlul question of the hills about obtaining their returns to his home on the Pacific .lope agent who are going that look eternal -- of the streams that flow Tbla Bank solicits accounta of Indli lduala, firms signatures to a pledge not to deatror song this week forove'r of stars among whose fields of and corporations. Its facilities lor making colfata tea, are unbirds, which jn due time proves to be a Four hangings occurred fii th United my raised spirits have walked In lections, In ol parts of the United signature to a nromlsory. note, which by Slate Friday, when perhaps 400 should glory. All aro dumb. But, as I gore upon surpassed, and cutomera aro at 'all times granted any reasonable accommodations they see proper some mesns gela to the farmer through a have felt the halter draw. thy living face, I feel that there Is some to ask. We bog to oiler our sertlcea to tbe citl-zobank and which the farmer had rather pay ot neighboring counties, without ItanklDg The U. 8 Fish Comtrjitsiou lias turned thing in love that mantles through its facilities, and assure them tbat any business sent than fiht the rascals, 35,009,000 young cod into the crean. and beauty that cannot wholly perish We us shall at all timet baTO prompt and faithful atthese youngsters, If they thrive, will be shall meet again, Clemanthe ' " f tention, good Rochester pastor, a widower, pro ready for oapturo in about five years A poeed lo a young lady a short time since, When Lincoln ran for Connreea some of V 1 r it iff ilalnra 1 mYt n tfrntT"- - r T Irnnkcnneti, or Liquor Hablt.can bo Cured by but wai rejected. His feelings had the almlnutaring Dr. Haines' Oolden Specific. the Whigs contributed a puree of $200 lo J, M. HIoaiNBOTIIAM second eevere test when a widow neighbor pay hia personal oxpeneea in the canvaea LEWIS Y. LKAVIUX, JOKL J. WALKEU, ut 1 can be Riven In n cm ol collco or tea u J. W. L01AN, rent him the following text to preach from' After the election wna over the successful J 8. JOHNSON, tho knowloilgo ot tlio person t.il.liiK It, T. M. AU.NOLD, n speedy and poriti.itient cure, whether "I did L. T. HUBBLE, handed back $109.25, "You ask and receive not, become you ask tho patient Is n ntoilcrnto ilrlnUcr or tin alcocandidate B. O. MULLINS. JOS. 8IMPi0N, n vnti." holic wreck. Ihoinamh ol ilrniiUariU 1mo not ncsd il," he caid. "I made the canoeon made tcmpeiuto men who li.no taken tho my entertainment n liquor aaloou in (lolilen bpcclllo hi their colleo without their vass on tnr own hoim; v There has not been y quit ilrlnk-liiKbelieve beinn at the houses of friends, cost me W. Vo for forty jears know ledge, and free will. Nothey HaccciU cmimy, M. HiaGINBOTHAM.l'ItEsT.' harmful i licet their omi only outlay wrs 75 cents J. LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, arconnt lor tlie fact that there la not results from Its .nliiiliilstr.itlon. Cures gtinran-tee- d nothing, and mr Thl Send for circular am! full particulars. for a barrel of elder which some farm J. V. SANMrEU, CA&HIEP.. a piinonrr in tlio county jail, and the grand Addreis m confidence (Ioi.di u sri cu ic Co., B.K.HUD90S, TELLE!!. hands Insisted I nhould treat them to." ' nnf Ohio single imlictmert. s u. . j fiud a sa annum, oahii. WALLACE LOUISVILLE, KY. I CREAM I I: fore-noo- tfJSWCOiVUS well-kno- di-Ir- ict, ran!11 1 f a To-da- y aban-ilone- 83-6- AB'JLYIIX SAL.23 - AYRES GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, (1M-Iy- Sit-urdi- CONTAINING ACRES n0' e in c, Wholesale Grocers la Street. two-bor- g ooe-hoM- E. BE. FOX, Ky to Order. Danville, Frames - - Ch 1 1 PIANOS ! . 112-l- FOB AXiE fr rum-sodde- dry-goo- Store-room- World-renoiTiic- 1 nrcecarylru-proremcnta.o- t ap-de- Livery, Training, Feed, r, 133-l- 1 1 HE. C. RUPIalSY, par-adls- re r' death-devote- New Goods for Spring and Summer n. a. 1 ar-ur-e na Wall Paper, 9- DinECTOIltit Furniture, 1 Itli-p- Cases, Caskets, Robes. ot jury failed lo Full and Complete) Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. B:. WSSARESIV, Stafford. J.J W. T. Walls, democratic candidate for i invalid and has not walked a etep for six I Gen. Woltord haB bought the Colum" I bia Htrald and the Loulsvillo Times rays' State Senator, died in Jessamine county. years, was carried by friends to the mee- tFayette county will donate $200,000 ing. After three hours of fervent supplies "When he puts his false teeth in his breeches pocket and lets himself out in a double and Lexington 15 acres of land to the Ken- tion in her behalf by a large andience of March 29, 1887 Stanford, Xy leaded leader proving that the republican tucky Union Railroad. faithful christian workers, she walked, party hung Jeff Divis, sent Ibb Lee to the Hon. Samuel II. Treat, Judge of the shouting up and down the aisles of the penitentiary, robbed the United States U. S. Court for the Southern District of II chinch. W. P. WALTON. Treasury, and fled toCinada, Frank Fin ley linois, died at Springfield, III., Sunday, LAND, STOCK AND CROP Young Cornelius Vanderbiltgave $53,-00- 0 will call to the mountains to fall upon and who claim (o ba running Brer Berry, for Rose Bonheur'a "Horse Fair" at an hide him from the scorn of mankind. A Spanish Ucx sold in Tennessee las for the democratic nomination for Korernor, auction of paintings Saturday in New week for $1,500. Mk. J. B. Paxtom, we regret to sty, posmade a speech here Saturday afteinaon, A No. 1 milk cow and young calf for York. itively declines to make the race for reprewhich was greatljr enpyd by Juorb Mor " The steamer Chesapeake burned near sale. B K. Wearen. row, Billy O'Bradley and other republicans sentative. Mr. W. F. McClary, a capable New Madrid, Missouri, and two of her We have 8 good work mulea for sal e d gentleman, is said to hare present. Our esteemed friend, the gallant and 4'. passengers perished. The vessel was valued J. F. and B. G. Gover, 8tanford. colonel, tjok profane notes, no doubt, and legislative ambitions and would accept the at $20,000. For Saue. 8 mules and 10 milk cows. , will deliver about the same speech when he nomination if tendered unanimously. "We Bright, Ky. Major Carpenter has been appointed W. W. and 8. E. Ceta the republican nomination for govern- have not heard from Br. Pettus. A Barren county man bat bought 700 pension agent at Knoxville, Tennessee, sucor, which we have labored in season and Mks. Hattik Moore, an unsuspecting ceeding Mr. Wagner, whose nomination the to tOO mules this season at an average of out of season to secure for him. Berry is a and unsophisticated widow of Redwood. Senate failed to confirm. $100. Nicoll A McElwain shipped 18 fine man of fine presence and is a decidedly Cat., has just secured a verdict of $75,000 The yacht race across the Atlantic beplausible speaker, but he has surely made a against Moses Hopkins, a millionaire, who tween the Coronet and Dauntless was won mules from Franklin, which cost $160 per mistake. ItV the republican nomination tampered with her trusting heart and then Sunday by the former, which got off first head. A Holstien bull, weighing 1,050 lbs., that he want. HI speech throughout failed to console her with marriage. and was neycr overtaken. They sailed sold in Christian last week at 3 cents per was an ariatnuienl cf the democratic parfrom New York Saturday, March 13. The The CavTHT'Joxtrnal is on the biggest of actual pound. ty, iti new revenue bill coming in for a time of the Coronet was 14 days, 19 The Mercer County Tobacco Cimpany largo share of hh denunciation, and he fa- all booms. Its large double number Sun- hours and three minutes. The Dauntless have bought 50,000 pounds of, tobacco at 2 day contained 04 columns of advertise vored numerous measure that aio distincthas not yet been sighted from tho goal. to 5 cents. ly republican. Somebody ought to whis- menU, comprising 2,392 cquarea. The C-Isidor Wortaeer, the New York bankFor Sale. A splendid milk cow and is a great paper and its resources seem to per in Mr. Berry's ear that he is sorter, as er, has given it to acting Secretgry Fair-chil- a young calf. Terms reasonable. R. E. be inexhsistibie. it were, miking a damphule of himself. as his opinion that the contraction of Barrow, Stanford. national bank notes would precipitate a fNOTES OF CURRENT EkENTS. The firt number of the Cumberland The peaches are all killed as dead as inancial crises in the fall, Mr. Fairchild dead can be. The trees wero heavily loadVallev Xevs published at Brbourvill) by Burrill Orerstreet of Nicholas vllle, said he had ample authority to relieve any ed with buds almost ready to burst into Mr, A. ft Dfche and edited by n firmer dropped dead on the street. pressure, and, if necessary, would deposit bloom, Bourbcn New, valued contributor to thi pap?r, Mr. B. A Cu'irian operation performed on n of O-ilthoujb. ifiiel woman in Madison, resulted as usual in several millions additional of internal rev Quite number of stallions were show n inue receipts in the National bank depos- at L.nciu!tr ve trrday, m. ntr them T. C week before last, only readied uh Friday. death. Robinson's Vermont Hambletonlan and It is a seven column, all home print and is Tne Female College building at Frank- itories, The steamer Belgic arrived at San NunnelleyJA Peppier,' Manibrino King, Jr. very creditable both in its typographical lin, valued at $30,000, burned on Thursday Francisco Thursday from China and Japan. They wore both in fine shape. T. A. El get np and in its editorial work Erery niht. She brought newi of a dreadful tragedy at kin's Arthur Sims was one of the favorites, busincsjmtn in town, we believe, save oiih, Jackton Marion, who murdered John cmocjKit, has a displayed card in the paper, giving ii Cameron fifteen years ago, was hanged at Asia Shib Chen, Clint, 20 nulei northeast no is a horse of finp stylo an 1 ac'Ion. ofHongchow. Orer300 trimpi appeared MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. O.ie of the prominent and er.Urpvlihi a decidedly thrifty and come-tstay Beatrice, Neb. We extend hearty congratulaIi has at 1st. been decided that Fair-chil- d at the village and greatly irritated the in- farmers of Worcester county who his a The villagers inveigled the fine flock of mut'on sheep sold this week tions to both editor and publisher and .13k will be appointed Secretary of the habitants. whole body into the temple and during the 3 of his sprint: lambs for S12 50 pari. that they make a special effort to have Treasury on April 1. N. POTATOES, their piper retch us at least the same week CicarS. Straus, a Georgia Jew, now night set fire to it. Only 40 of the occu- One of.the Iambs slaughtered on the 35:h that it is issued. residing in New York city, succoeds "Sun- pants of the building escaped. The re- day from its birth weighed net, after hang-ie- p ONION SETS, mainder were burned to death. 24 Lours 27J lbs. The two others Cox as to Turkey. Ik view of the great number of frightful set" A gang Minister devlla criminally C. H. J Taylor, the newly appointed which were several days older weighed 23 of five as ! accidents on the railroads and the fact thas England Farmer. eauIteJ a 12 year-ol- d girl neir Jersey Minister to Liberia, ia an enthusiast in the and 25 pouniU.-fN- pw a man nearly takes his life in his hands matter of political independence among the Lancaster Court. About 150 cattle liy-e- d when he rides on one, ma console the dead- City, N. J., each in turn. The victim My PolatocN arc nil New York colored voter?. He believes that the Pres- on market, yesterday, mostly tcrubs. None few hours afterwards. but a heads for the loss of their passes under the ident has made himself very popular with sold publicly.Jbut a few privnto sales were A dispatch from London says that 85 Hlock unci couhInI of Early IConc, Iuterstate Commerce bill, but it won't. persons lost their live by the explosion in the colored people and that there will be made at from 2 to 3 cents. Several aged Such fellows bad much rather die with a Peerlr mh, llurlmiik ami Ilcattty d not Its than 40 delegates of that race in mules were but nine sold. Plug pass in their pocket, bo that it will be rea the Eulli colliery, at Ltdney, on Thursday. the next democratic national convention. horses brought from $G0 to $S0 and a very of Hebron. dy for use in helping them across the river The bodies have been recovered. A train on the Norfolk A Wea tern He pledges himself to take the stump for few sold. Crowd email and til in all it was I have a aplemlitl Hulccfloii of of Stlx. The pass queation never has boththe democratic party in the next campaign, a very poor court day. J. W. Smith sold ered us in the least. We give many times Railroad went through Big Otter River even if he has to resign his position to do Garden Meed, hot li hi bulk au tl to Jake Huguely 100 112 pound shoals at Bridge, 20 miles from Lynchburg. It is value received for the few we hold and if 5 cents. it. Btated that eight persons aro killed. lu papcrn, embracing all tho the railroads want to keep their time tables At A. M. White's sale 200 barrels of In a three weeks' rat hunt near Bow MARRIAGES. before the public and otherwise use the corn bought $2 15 to $2 20; heifers $20 to bent varieties. newspapers, they will be sure to invent ersville, Greene county, Ohio, 10,643 rats Mr. Charley Does, a Cincinnati South- $25; heifer calyes $10; eleer calves $20; All good Hold at rciiHonablo and mice were killed. The hunters ought some plan for mutual interchange of ern railroad man, was married last night to yearling $33; mules $84 to $140. At Lanto be induced to come to Stanford. ier's sale hogs sold at $5 per hundred and Miss Sallie Ellis, at Kings Mountain. The Xdmiston A Waddell Company, Got, Knott attended the wedding at sheep at $5 40 per head. J. C. 8lone, Jr, Mark Hardin, lat of Montictllo, Clerk. Button, of the' Breckenride Noes, sighs manufacturers of agricultural implements, because no gubernatorial candidate has honParis of Roger Thompson, of Mississippi, Diother of Cipt. Sam Stone, of this county, Brooklyn, have gone up for $200,000 and ored his county with hit presence, adding: Kate B. Dayis, which occurred has sold his farm of 5d0 arre, six mile the president has sought safety in Canada. and Miss fur $70,000, may be, and doubtless are, other "There Thursday, It was a notable wedding. The south of Leavenworth, The trial of Isaac Vincent, the default fields of more importance than Brecken- - ing State groom was a native of Fayette county and This is an advance of $51 000 on the price treasurer of Alabama, recently ar paid by Mr 8tone ten year' njo. Richby the writer. ridge, but when it comes to voting sne rested in Texas, has been set down for April was mond Register. some delegates to the convention 14, There are 30 indictments against him. REUOtOUS. who might have it in their power to name Positively Declines. Cuban bandits recently captured the the governor." Can't some of the numerous young son of Senor A Methodist church to cost not less To tbe Editor of the Interior Journal.Costillo, demanding a aspirants go down and relieve the dear sumPlease announce that I am not and will ransom of $10,000. The youth has been re- than $20,000 will be built here this brother's feeling that his section is being Williamsburg Times, mer. not be a candidate for the Legislature. It leased, the robbers having been paid slighted? Blatherskite Berry might go at Rev. Evans and Brother Joe Hopper is reported that I am a candidate and for ' any rate. Jumes Hagan eplit his wife's head are holding a revival in the Third Presby that reason I make this announcement. To Mrs. Nat Goodwin, whose beauty of with a hatchet, in New York City, Friday terian church, Louisville, with great suc- those who have voluntarilv tendered me their support, I em very thankful, face and symmetry of form turned the morning and then jumped from a third sto- cess. The General Assembly of the Presbyheads of many a callow youth, when she ry window, crushed hia head and died in J. B. Paxton terian Church in the United Slates will first came over from England, with Lydia stantly. A Wichita, Kana. paper "caIN a hilt-- ' The testimony in the divorce case meet at St. Louis, Missouri, May 10:h Thompson, is dead. Her stage name then to tbe wild speculation in that city, and next. case brought by Charlea S, Steiniu, of Cinwas Eliza Wethereby and she was the most Rev. Henry M. Scudder assisted Mr, predicts a financial crash if Hie plan of beautiful of the dozea blondes who created cinnati, revealed tho fact that his wife had been leading a dual life, with two homes, Plunkett in a 10 days' meeting in Coving making addition to Hie 'own is not stop so great a sensation in this country full 20 ton and there were 33 additions to the ped Thrsprcu'ntorx Hie adilini; lht prai I 2.12 years ago. She was never much of an ac- two names and two loves. AVEXFE, rie for mi'en around to il;e cttv, and emMr. Joseph Matteson, of New York church. Carlisle Mercury, tress, but her face and her figure were her New York, for a town supposed to be bracing enough 'aid to hm d a cay of fortune and a sight of them brought many Mills, Minnesota, on Thursday morning Lo are being mortgaged to bis majesty down below, has one million inhabita-iti- . eevered the jugular vein of her little one-ye- ar a ducat to her bank account. old girl with a pair of shears and then a good deal of money invested in churches. sold five milei from the ciy The Wisconsin L9nisla(ure haa taken killed herself in the same manner. The total is about $60,000,000. the bull by the horns as it were and passed Admirers of that distinguished pulpit Foreign holders of Virginia bonds, af S.-FI- NE a bill requiring railroad companies to fur- ter holding a council in London, have ca- orator, Elder George Darsie. who went to GOODS 1H HOLIOITJBD. nish annual pafses, good in Wisconsin, to bled Governor Lee that they will appoint accept the call of a Boston church, will be all memuers of the Legislature, elective commsioners to go to Virginia to confer glad to learn that he finds that there is no JOE F. WATEHB. State officers and members of the Courts of with representatives of the State. place like Kentucky and is arranging to reJOHN P. DA VIB. proRecord. This is a rather Eugene Higgins, Appointment Clerk in turn. ceeding and Bbowa what a legislature will the Treasury Department, who haa been EEia3jtr Bar . r TlWi Si'tV Brother Pollard writei us that he has do when driven to the wall by Interstate largely advertised, intends to retire from just closed a special revival service for the Commerce bills and other devices to shut the service of the United States to be war- winter, through 17 weeks, having 194 ad oil their free tickets. den of the county jail at Baltimore. ditiona to the church, 160 conversions and Doalor In LT. 8. Marshal SomerWilliam 50 confessions for sanctificalion. We never began to despair of Buckner's ehancia until a day or two ago, when, on Bates, a well known character of Whitley set Reporter. e, The Danville District Conference will picking up the Interior Journal, we county, Ky., shot and killed a man named b. Cheney in a quarrel over a game of cards at be held at Brighl's, May 17th and lf'.b. found bin name spelled with a lower-casWe never knew a candidate to overcome Stato Line, Ky. Bites is 30 years old and The Sunday School Conference on the 19th, Rev. J. W. Fitch, P. E, will preside and Grayson Gazette. You haa killed at leaat six men. that argument. Philip F. Bearling, a discharged Pal-m- there will be perhaps 40 or 50 preacher read our pupsr closer than we do, Captain. A Big Stock of Brand New Goods and "quick sales and House waiter, shot Charles F. Jordan, and delegates present. name went in that way If Gen. Buckner's small profits" is in the dining room of that There have been over 800 con version in our motto. The patronge of prompt paying customers, only, is we were not aware of it and certainly the I hare secured th terrlcea of a r, hotel in Chicago, causing the greatest con- the Owensboro district, Methodist church, yery respectfully solicited. should not have allowed it if we had. ami propose to turn out work done up only sternation among the guests who were di- since the last annual conference and a fair in tho blKhett Htyli) of tho Tonioilal Art. Mr Tbe attention of tho lades especially is called to our large lino hop Ii centrally loratnl, next door to Weiren'i of boautiful Notwithstandiko a spirit of probibl-tio- i. ning at the time. Bearling escaped while proportion of addition to the church. it Menefee'i. I am prepared Glassware. ti fix the "banga" G6 of Is broad in the land, there are just in a attention was being paid to the wounded There are several new churches and parson- callyoung ladlei IhHladit-- manner truly enticing. A from both mid inllimeu ot (Stanmore distilleries in operation in the counman. ages in process of erection. Revivals are ford and the public eenrrnlly it rery rssprctfullr aolklted. 2lt.it. MILL KIAG. try than last year at this time, the total Amos Johnson, colored, was hanged at now in progresa at a number of places In now being 031, manufacturing 401,736 gal-Io- ns Marlon, Ark., for raping Owensboro Inquirer. a little child. He the district. daily. Perhaps the distillers fearing confessed the crime on Brother Barnes writes .to Sister Roee the scaffold and that their time is Bhort want to get in all made a strange prayer, saying that God Richards from Franklin, La., that the dev they nun before the final close down, which knew ho was innocent. The crowd joined il haa been trying to get him down for a fl) louiSYiur.,Hiw;UgAiir. Chiqaco ftr S the prohibltionista say is inevitable, two colored ministers in eincicc hrnins whole week, three days of which he was V unable to preach, bo sick was he. He felt Elsewhere in this Isaue is a notice of asking for his soul's salvation. It ia said that the reason why Mr. that ho waa triumphing, however, and the summary manner in which the Chi LKAVISO ItOTll neee ideal with trampe. They inveigled Huntington called for the resignation of would Boon be all right. His sickness acaeveial hundred of them into a building the K. C, conductors whom he bounced, counts for the absence of hia letters in our LOUISVILLE A CINCINNATI, and after fastening them in set fire to it, was, that they did not strictly obey the or- two last issues. Di j, aecurca to trarelera JsJljSii-gfiiiWaSi'Ti- i Repairs on the Methodist church comburning meat of them up. The heathens der for collecting the 10 cents additional where tickets were not purchased. Some mence this week, when an effort will be sometimes show more sense than the chiland couldn't made to make it look handsome. It seems THE MQST RAPID SERVICE dren of light and this is one of those cases, say that they were color-blin- d, tell their money from the company'. a waste of good money to put it on that Erer attempted between the great commercial was a mistake about President CleveParis News. building.'but since it cannot build a better tuo OM lllter aud thtcaa and hence land's tearing more vetoes than all the train, be. In a vllhge near Atlanta, Ga , Sim one it is perhaps well enough for the con- the taite't tltnn and most cioifornble tlm oil points In tbe.Sirfi, or Vi twren other Presidents combined. A compilation Spivey, a storekeeper, insulted a colored gregation to beautify it as much as possi- aud Aorthtreht, Theiounto'inrtofthl. West Is still selling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvement train tha on all trunk lines la denominated Tito of his vetoes Bhows that he haa thus far 113, woman. Afterwards she decoyed Spivey to ble. Until it is ready for occupancy the rilKJrvrehH. The surwrb rolling au clt f,iiijf. is dostined to make it much more popular than it has ever been wh cm. The 10UI for all the Presidents of the uniuln pttrona Don't buy a pump until you see the BUCKET ELEVATOR, a piece of wooda, but, suspecting mischief Sunday-scho- ol will be held at the Presby- plor TAt all Coupon thillmltvil t'om'ort. ted States except Cleveland is 132. Ticket Ollleea In tho tiouth Spivey induced frienda to accompany him terian church at 3 each Sabbath. you will And our lime tables aud ticket, fay .no- ting boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. JEWEL and ECONOMIST tion, get Motion and atlck to Motion, A codfle of lawyers in South Carolina At the woods a party of negroes in ambush The last reported faith cure was at you want to tare money and have a pleasant Jour-If RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. fired nine shots at eachother in a justice's ney. gCneral Une 0f Hardwar0' Greenes, Salt, Lime, Cement E.O.MrCOHMICK, Flueltil- General Passenger Agent. Cmcaso. inA1S?ca court and neither was killed. They should shot Spivey, seriously wounding him, the. Kokomo, Indiana. A prayer service was fire was returned and one negro wn killed baing held at the mission church and Mrs. City Tlckft Agonla and Officers: come to Kentucky and take a few lessons ) E. A. Cucknki., m 4tb Aie., LoulsTllle, Ky. W. B. McKINNEY, HWrn and another fatally wounded. is handling a weapon. J. A, Hermon, who has been a paralyzed I. M: loihcx, m Vine st., Cincinnati, O Simi-SStoltln $nfmorlournal WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, v WALL PAPER, well-potte- Oa-aley- M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S 1 J. d T. R. WALTON, o 0 Y. SEED OAlllXEtf SEEIM cfl-rc- ra. price. Kus, fur-nieh- well-know- n - $1,-50- 0. WALSH, THE TAILOR, rou till P. EXCLUSIVELY 4,1 XOUISVXIIXS, YOUR ATTEffTIO high-hande- d WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. . MAIN STREET, ty e STANFORD, KY. er head-waite- r, 1 firit-cla- IUr-be- 11 OLIVER IPIjO"V7"SI m NEW FAST MAIL It clt-lea- Il ,' and'-for'ton- f. . oaJ itanford, ) 11 Ky., - The affable and clever advance agent of The spiritualists are holding a convention at Cincinnati and will he In session the New Orleans Minstrels, Mr C. arrived yesterday end changed the till the 4'h. Jndgo Carson ought to be a delegate to It date of the performance nf his company to March 20, 1887 Leach, April 6th. Anotueu old friend, Mr. Mid-daug- J. 0. B. O. WALTON, - UualnoBB I, J H. LOCAL -.- TIME CARD. Mnnajror. paper was started, came in yesterday and put up for another year. 2 10 1 who hai boen a subscriber ever since the ill train golnc North .....Boutu ....... " Express train" Bouth.................... Horli....-...2llA.II News comes from Naihville that Mrs. r. at. Will It. Manler has presented her husband m. A.u with a aecond son and he has been named John Owsley In honor of his grand father. 14 The a.ore la calculated on standard time. Holir mel about 20 tnlnntoa tutor K. C. LOCAL TIME CARO. Trains leare Itowland at ft ami 7.13 a. u. Kflturnliif, airlreaKand 8.53 r. u. LOCAL NOTICES. Hahs, The Gernitn Detective, is book-efor a performance at Walton's Opera House May Oth. The New Orleans Minstrels will be with us Friday night, April 8th. d moat always hang themselves if LAMimrra'8 Garden Seed at Penny & passible. That in the case of Permella McAlloler. Worrams and other charged with the murA rui.t. linn of fiihlnij. tackle of all kind der and cremation of the Poe family in at Penny A M 'Aliater'it. Knox county, waa not an exception, and Watches and Jewelry repaired on uhor reporting thit it could not arce 8uur aotiro tnd tirruiiwl by Fenny A AfoAlU day afternoon, waa discharged. The der. Ktanhaiid ready mixed puInU; quality fendant were then nlluwtd lull in 12,000. and durability liunranleed rt McKiberla A The jury stood 0 to 6 for and against conHUNTKIW, ATTKNTION. Jtimrs I MtfM Tiu.tR II ALL g7e a nice an 1 en joyable little entertainment Friday night A (ximi'I.etr Dtock of jewelry, Intent in honor of her guent, Mis') Miry Hall, of Penity'o. ItocUford MttclieA a Monticello, which was attended by MNses ny A Mo A Inter May Helm, Ellen Wearen, Mattie Vude-vee- r, PERSONAL Kuima Sittfley, Lizzm Farri, Lizzie C. A Ui Una pone to Columbia Drye, Lutie Itiiiey, Annie and Kittio Mm IhtiKhmanand ithodt. Portmnn, and .Mem for a ffw wmW v'lil. Hocker. Hai, Keller, Will Walton, Itiugh-maMitt Aminda NKiMir.ii,of Indlinapo Hardin, Jame nnd Will Hjycrnnce Mr, viitin)i Mr 8. 8 Myer. Tin: New Oleans Minstrols, old favur M 0, Vandevekii and Will Weareru Mn and Miih. ilea here, enlarge! and improved, will appaid u a plcvunt yUlt ye!crday. Fine. During tho hlli wind of fhur pear t Walton' 0,)tra Hiue, Tuesday Cwt Tom Mm hi:, of Cnb Orchird, day evening the reidenc of Willi im A nfchl, April 6:h. Ttie ISili tura Ycn Hall, near the Crab 0;ch.ird pike, ciuht my of the troupe: At Masonic Temple itu aupjxwd to lit dylnj; yeelcrdajr Mil. It F. K.sdl.nMAM, who hm been fire from a apsrk that got under the roof Gorton's Original New O.Uaoa Minstruls anil waa aoon In flimei. A good pnrlion bf appeared to picked house last night. Thia Tery ill of few, ia not improving much. Miirs Mattie Houhnk and Clyde tho furniture waa removed, with the as organ'zilion contains amo'ig its members McClinnt are Mliiu Mm. M. L Ibtirne. sistance of neighbors, who were drawn somo of the best minstrel talent in the Miih It II HiiosAUdit, of Cm' thither, but the loi waa quite heavy. It country. Tue song, sketches and specialty was the Tom P.irsons houae and Mr. Hail acts are aduiinbly given, and the jokes po wan the niu'nt of Dr. and Mr. hvl but recently purchased and moved seas the merit of a considerable degree of Mim Huwade HrAxr.ET hs returned there, lie loa ia about $1 600 and is cov- freshness The mintrels will continue as from the cinM with no end to Roodt in the ered ly no Insurance. the attraction through the week. m millinery line. IIeiiht is disposed to be funny. In his Struck nv Liair.TNi.vo. Sunday mjit A. F. Kvajm, Iv3(i . of the KinsM City speech Saturday afternoon he said that if as Roy Heizley, of this county, and young bar, wan here Saturday ehakintf hand with he governor he would place Wiiiltaker, of 'Jarrard, were riding down wAa elected hi iio.it of itiniid" tnat gallant soldier, Gen. Itucicner, at the the hill this side of Pink Cottage, the Miw Katk Doddeuah left ywterday head of the military and send him to Rowlightning struck a telegraph pole near for Loulryllln and Cincinnati to purchase an and Pulaaki countie to preserve the them, knocking them out ofj the buggy. her .print; millinery. peace. He would make Senator Harris, senseless and also knocking the bono down. to corresMn H It Ve8T, who who, he iatd, waa running round the counJed Bradley found them lying there short pond for thli paper at Lancaster, ha been try posing as the "farmer's candidate" with ly afterwards and aroused them to con promoted in Jude Durham's office to a hay seed in his hair and a turuip in his sciousness, but they appeared dazed for $1,600 position. pocket, the commissioner of sericulture, so Juikie MomioT left for hit home after that he could distribute seeds to the farm- some time afterwards. The fifth wheel o the buggy was broken, but that may have 9 o'clock Haturday nlghl, but waa back be ers to hla heart' content. Ituckner chargfore 9 yeiterday morning. He eridently es that when Harris goes into his parlor hla been caused by the horse falling down. believer that he should earn hit ailary, pluah carpels yield to his tread and he The young men were all right yesterday. Courtland Oweni, who waa kicked by a finds himself caught up to his eari in its An Attempted Assassination. 8undav mule died, he tlU U, Saturday. rich embrace, whi'e he (Backner) has no about dark as Mart Smith and Joe Cain Cirr. Uaines Chaio, we are told, hu ctrpeU on his)floor and compelled to were riding along on the top of Macon's made hleeister, Mr. Helm, a present of the rest his tired body in aplit'bottom chairs. Gap, Smith waa fired at by some fiend In tine I do not," said Mr. Berry, "appeal for ambush, so cloee that his eyes were powder IlarrN jir.ijMriy on Dinrille arena will remote thither thit week and Mr. Q. rotes because I am poor, for I am able to burned. Trie shot took effect in the head It. Cooper, who now Urea there, will take tak care ol mysall without the office of of his horse, quite a valuable one, and the John Hint house on HuatonTilleatreet. governor, but btciute I think I am the best up and fell desd. Tne one who Mn John E. I'atbick, of Jackaon, qualiGedto promote the miterial interests fired was hid behind somo logs and bushes pent aereral dayt here and the way he of the State. If Buckner has managed his and immediately after the shot he took to hung around the poato(H:e created the im private affilra so btdly thit he can aflord his heels. Neither men could recognize predion that he waa on inspector. To ere none of the home comforts, he li not the him, but they eeem to be pretty well satis ia aalichtampicion, howerer, that he waa kind of a man to be entrusted with the fied who it was. This is a terrible state of more concerned about the female than the management of the greater afliirs of State." offiirs and the grand jury should thorough mall in that ratabliahment. The spojeh throughout created much ly investigate laughter and showed the sptaber to he a Mysterious Dei'Aiituhe. Oa Fridny LOCAL MATTERS. pretty sharp fellow, even if he did show morning last Squire George P. Bright bor N. Y Ketd l'otntoto at Metcalf A Foa- - lamentable ignorance by referring to our es rowed Mr. B. F. Engleman' mare to come teemd friend, the galhnt Cal, Br.id'ey, as to Stanford. Nothing was thought of It gentleman from Lincoln. fail to set the and that night he and the family were sur Ir you want rhinclca do not - " The case of MArt Smith for the murder prised and shocked by the receipt of the ir price-- . Metcalf A Foaler. of Oc Smith occupied the coart from following letter: Lahductii'h garden need in bulk and Thursday Dantille, March 25. till Saturday, embracitig three paport, freWi and genuine, at Mcltobarla night M'oaions, A very strong cue was Frank: -- I started to Stanford this morn made against the accueed by the common-monweal- ing, but came on here. I don't know why, Mim b'uwADK Ueazley ia back from but it'whs considerably changed but I am leaving. I want you to break thi riilf.riaih a full line of rnrinc millin by the testimony of his witnecfM. The ar- the news gently to Nannie God bless her. e, ery and' Klfta the ladies to call and ex- - gument of the ewe, six speeches iu t.11, oc- I am a fit subject for the but I a'Mint. cupied a day aud a night, Judge OiVdley'n don't want to tako her there. She has go t 100 eamplea of boya and children eulla for the defense being over three hours in somebody to take care of her. I am a failat the Philadelphia Atjency of John II. length, and it was finally givon" to the jury ure, but I don't blame nnyhody ebe for it. it 5 o'clock Siturdsy. At firet there were Ted he not to fret about me, but liye for Craite A Co , at low Dure. M predictions of a verdict, but as the minutes the children. I Ior.ve to keep from doing Attention Vltkuans. All grew into hours, this hope was dispelled. Af- anything that I would regret. If I leave I toldiira iotetealed in oatahliahinR a Post of ter an adjournment for supper the jury was will not injure anybody at home and I do .the Grand Army of the Itspublio at Btan sent again to its room nnd at 0 r. v. they not think I will do myself any violence. ford ate rfquented to eend their names nnd reported their inability to agr'3. Juge Y.mi will find yur mare nt Dawnton A addreiwm to either C.ptain 8aith Irwin, t Morrow sld be would hold them together Fox's stable. Jim E. Bruce owes mo $24 ItowUnd, or M F. Hulel, box 123, 8tin-for- till Monday if thcro was any chance for a for teed. Helms n small account, about $0, verdict, but nn each juror affirming that agiinstme. Don't worry about me I will A STiiANaEii RoiriR into the court houae there wat no pjuible chance for nn agreetake care of myself, but don't want to be in G. P. B. H&tnrday afternoon would hare thought ment, they were discharged. That they my family' way any longer. m were pretty badly hung la shown by the 1 have done nothing criminally wrong. Sieve M;er and not Mart Smith that on trial. It would aeem thit the court statement that four wcro for murder, six There being no apparent cause for his should protect a citizen not on trial from for 21 years, ono for an unconditional departure the idea that his mind was affec and another who waa for acquittal, ted immediately occurred to the family auch anaaulta as were made on his character, by certain lawyers who think they can do though would havo agreed to a manslaugh- and Mr. Engleman sent dispatches to the ' to with impunity, and if it fails the injured ter verdict to haye niiulo ono. The murder chief of police nt Cinciunati and Louisville party should protect himself by holding men would alsohave come to manslaughter, asking if he could be found to detain him uch lawyers personally reponiuie. air. but the acquittal man was eatiefied that he till further orders. Answers came that his Myers' lif may not nlways hare been what knew more than the other eleven and would whereabouts could not ba ascertained nnd it should, but he is trying to attone for the not yield an inch, so this already very cost- then friends in these cities were telegraph past by making himself a gool citixsn and ly cieo goes on to greater cost and trouble. ed to, without success, in discovering him. he should be upheld instead of denounced. An application was then made for a reduc- It has been since leuned that Mr. Bright ' tion in bail when Judge Morrow cut it from took the uoon train on tho Southern at Hri'KniiiKd to whst Reuben Engleman An officer was Danville and went in the direction of Chat $3,000 down to $1,600 had said about his effort to persecute him tanoogn. He had a check cashed for $51 free, Common- sent to Mr. John M Riid, one of the forIkughman go and lot Attorney Ilerndon says that he mer bondsmen, who renewed his obllg.i and this is evidently all the money he took wealth's tion, and Smith was discharged. The with hiai. lie has been suffering for some has been more lenient than otherwise with caee judgj thanktd the jury heartily for their time with a spinal affection, nnd although Riglcman, not even arguing the patience and conformance to tho charges his family had noticed nothing especially against him for carrflng concealed wea. He did say, nnd he sticks to it, that given them and Sherifl Newland adds that strange in his conduct, they are now sure pons. has never had charge of n more moral that his mind 1ms become diseased in symnnlfs Engleman, who did the shooting, is be better behaved not of men. pathy with his spinal trouble. Mr, Bright be no good case against and convicted, there can Kelson Moore, for trespass, in Belling has been unfortunate in his business affairs who was shot and who suffered Baughman, wood from another man's land, was acquitfor somo time, and has euflered much bad greatly therefrom, and until he Is he will The record ted, there being no evidence to criminnte luck, but he did not owe a great amount, ot prosecute Baughman. him. 188-certainly not more than he rould have paid. shown that (he shooting wbb done in Cicero Singleton was acquitted of a Mrs. Bright I completely prostrated by fact lhat Engleman was not tried and the chargo of carrying concealed weapons. The blow and her friends are very solicitfor carrying the weapon concealed, with grand jury is still in cession, but ha return- the ous in regard to her. Every eflort ia being shooting, 11111887, does which he did the ed enly 10 indictments. The criminal dockfind Mr. Bright, bo that he can be not show, Mr. Ilerndon very naturally et, with the exception of five or six cases, Is made to which he evi thinks, that there has been any eflort to about completed. The Carter esse comes given that medical attention up this afternoon. dently grcztly nee is. him into t rldgif, leaded Curt- - viction. nil misa of xliot, nt I'enny A n, The prevalence of murder in this dis trict in very evident fiom the fuct that al though he has been in office but seyen months, Commonwealth' Attorney Hern- don tells us that he has prosecuted 14 charged with crime. Of these, The Liundry, Farias A Welter, proprie- seven were convicted,that of them hung. ono tors, have added new ficilitioa to their esIn tho other cues there were hung jurors tablishment and now guarantee work as and perhaps one or two acquittals good as it can be done anywhere See their notice of prices, As, elsewhere. The detective, Brown, who arrested Everett Young for a murder committed in The weather of Sunday was as capri- Mississippi, wrote SberiO Menefee to reto cious as the average coquette. Wind, rain lease the prisoner, as the prosecution would sunshine, thunder and lightning and finally pay nothing to take the prisoner there, n little snow, were some of its changes. Young was the hnppiest man when releasYesterday was very raw and disagreeable ed that has been seen here for eome lime, and decidedly unbeautiful spring wenther. and his mother, who hid come to see him, i" Thmi enterprising and liberal merchant fairly shouted for j)y. Young bears n good Messrs. Robertson and Kinnalrd, Danville, reputation and it is believed that he is intent us the copy for a quarter page adver- nocent of the charge of murder. tisement for this issue, but too late to give The Philadelphia Clothing and Cuasi-merit proper insertion and furnish our usual Agency of John II. Craig A Co., juota of reading matter. The gentlemen Leo the lri;pt etnreioom and more goods wholtsale and retail, representing S. have pold, Sou A Cj., Jaob ItjeJ' Sons and than anybody in this section and they will large tell our readers in the next issue what bar- John Wanamakcr, offer to the trade lines of goods. All order taken from samgains they cffr hipped direct from the ples and good Not the Couht. It C. Eigleman re manufacture n in Philadelphia. In custom quests us to say thai in the statement made department each garment guaranteed a per by him to this paper no reflection was infeet fit or no pale" Office,Main street, ad tended ngainst the prteent or former judge joining Methodist church, Stanford. of the Circuit Cjurt. Oj the contrary he says the court ha dealt with perfect fiir xti xui:t.iln'-CM- i. dcm to him in both of the prosecution of aonipltinin of sgiir.xt him and the court I e s thankful lhat it has given Bargain. For him fairaud imptrlial triU. h. a i e iftTTBrKKHawEH per-Ko- ns Children Cry FOR PITCHER'S t vH CT aaWaB sleria Pain-Curer Ccnlatir Liniment is the most wonderful tho world 1ms ever known. .assnu2f Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Hailway.) Paolflo Shortc3t and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, soutn niasc, Texas, uuoa, soutn west. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. UCAlf DOWN. TKAlNSbOUril. Daily Dally. Gx, dun. 7 55am 10 02 am 10 22 a in 10 43 am Sale at a .No.l. No. 10 i. Ho. 7. STATION'S. to ... 6 JtUAIr UP. riiAiNSNo&rii. 1, , I offer lor atle priratclj- - In StanforJ, Ky., a very (lcilrabla reel leuco with boyoo romi and jwrch-Wel-, l of water at tho (loir; italile, imuko hou-oAc. Alutan aero of gruund in tho lot. tor s, Ac , inly lo It. (i. -- 1 AgfDt for J. 11. Allord. ICj. Dally. Dilly. L,re...''lnclnnatl Duly. Daily. 10 No. 4, .No. ii. .No. 6. iKx. tfua Dally. C Dally. in 5 0) p M m 2 01 p m m 1 35pia m lot pra 12 12 12 403 p m 7 05 p m l,Fli ltl)t Jirsani 11 20 a in 1135 12 pm 8(M p m 8 41 p m ill am 8 6!) pin 9 10 p m STANFORD LAUNDRY, irooi. .... u STANFORD, KY. Shirts 10 Our pries for waihloeareas follows: ctuv, wni in isitmt, uorarsp-- r u i 1 cents: Nkhi: 'Ji rants: Ifimdktrchlffs J '4 ta whirls 10 to J)centr: Under enlrli 5 cents; Drawers J 6 cents; Neckties cents: Vfats II to al corns; toais i'ctoll; 1'nnU i5 to5 ccnl; pocks 3 to 6 cents; Caps & cents; Towels 5 cents per piece or ji(cntatcr uoi. ijjips' l.tst: ureases 3)C 10 si; Hktrti 2 to 75 cents: Chemise 10 to 60 cents. Family wathlDgdoneataScenta, which Includea all imi wnite snirt, suns, counterpanes ana aress-e- s, which will be charged 10 rents each. Terms Cash w hen good arudJlTcitd Quodawtll lie callel ali-ltfor atd dellrered freo of charge. 3Mpm 15 i 30 p in 1 am 5 OS am 7 50 p m 310 a m 12 Op in 25 am 10 p m 52 pm 30 am 35 a m 55 7 Oeanjetown 7 1130 a m Islington 0 NlcbuUivr.lls II M i. m ll'i 31 pm .llftrrodnbun? Junction , 312p m Is ?3a ii) 12 47 p m .Danrllle (3 am 2 42 pm lunctlon Cltr 302pm Kings Mountain 3 25 pm .....Somerset 133p m 27nm 4 20 pm n n am 31 a m 7 30 a m ........ .Oakdtla JO 10 p ra 7 55 a m 52pm'l0 51 a m 4tpm pm 42pm Vrr 4 I5pm 3Mpui. Jpm'tJ a 4 25 a 4 05 a in (3 3J a m 2 50 a 2 45 a 11 1 Cbatun334. Birmingham .Kutaw.... Meridian -- MerlilUu New Orleans 8 25 ami., ........ 12 50 am ., 9 11pm .. C 40 10 40 p m im.. 20 00 7 10 10 15 a m 6 20 a m 3 15a m 8 00 pm 10 pm I! put 01pm 10 42 am am 9 50am pm COS a ra pm 23 m m .- - Ilro-nitig- 730 am! n 45 p m. 7 1Up m am .. ....Vickshurg ... , .J'hrerfport. .T. P Junction ... . 2 35 am 7 p ra 15 it 7 50 a m am FAIIISS & WELLER. Proprietors. No. 9 IearesO,ikd.ilo dally exopt Sunday, at 5 10 a. m , Arriving tt Cbattanoa at 9.15. No. learee Chattanoo;t at 3 00 p. M., arrlrln; at Oik I ilu at 6 II P. M. Mann Boudoir BuOat Sleeping Cars on all through trains. JOHN C 0.UVT, Oen'l Maniger, II fOLLBBAN, Gci'l Frt.A Pas. Agt., It. CAKIIOIX, Ge'l tfupU, . X. RYAN, Asit. Oen'l Krt. A Pass. Agent. W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky. Oeneral Offices. U Paul BulIJInK, Wst Fourth BlrMt, Cinc'nnatl, OVi. -- ud PUBLIC SALE! annexed ol Pendleton Jeuklns, dtceased, will, on ciUSjrUernKat-u.xtfc-s-- nNTES-W"- The undersigned Administrator, with the will FUKNITURE ii STOKE ! . . I.I. ...l.l.n a. 1.1 lAtan, I . T I.Anln countj. Ky., on lh Huston ?IHeA titan lord pike, two mile from the former place, expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder, the follow . j ing uescribca property, 1 WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 0, 1897, , . MACK HtUFFJIAK, Proprietor. su Mules, 1 Bug-pair large work Mules, t Home. 9sood Milk Cows. 3 yearlln stoeis. S steer Cadres, 6 yearling Hellers, Sows and Pigs anaanoau, l waiter a. wood mower, uay naze, waton. Farming Implements. Corn in Crib, Ruckaway, and Waoti lot of also uoasenoia ana Kitcnen t Meat ana The household Furniture Is New and of the Finest Quality. New Carpets, Oruseel and Yarn, Ac. Also two-Hor- 10 Shares Hustonville Bank Stock a TKRMB: The Sale will be rails on a credit 3 months lor all sumsf f 10 and orer, under that amount Cosh. Purchaser to execute notes with god security, payable to the underatguid and nc-(OiiaDieanu payaniein Kauonti uanc oi iiusiun-rlllbearing 6 percent, interest Terms of sale must be compiled with belore property la reiaottd. JtOBIMiOX, Adin'r. T. Isaac Dunn, Auctioneer. The larm of 170 acres, on which Pendleton Jenkins resided at the time of his death, If not prl yately rented before the day of the shore sale, will lthen and thcro oQerod for public renting, for the year 1SS7. 30 acre of for corn and the rest is well sot Ingram. Party renting to hare immedlato poarcsslon, to giro note with good security, payable Janunry 1st. I8S8, and nrgotiablo in Huston-Tlll- e National Bank. Atsam time and place thero will be cxpoid to public sale on terms on which personal property of Pendleton Jenkins Is cold, the following horse.- e, J. Will islwjiyH linvo on linnd a liirce mid select Hue of;Furnl-tur- e ami Ilmlertnker's GoodH. 91' prices will be hh lotr hn such KoodH ciin 1b boiisilit In the eillen. Giro mo a irlnl nnd yon ulll bo convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. sa-n- WEAREN k MENEFEE Two work Mules. 3 yearling Colta by IM and 1 wait Jackson. ally, by b'tono- - Kimble th, Persona de;lrlng to rent the firm before the day of rale, will rail on Mrs. Jenkln,nn the premises, or on the undersigned. T. J. KUKIN&ON. Agt. ilVt.i. Uustonrlllc, Ky. poor-hous- Till: I'ANC V SADDLE STALLION, Wallace Denmark H . 1KJ a PoaldcdMay 1, 1S79. Is a rich mahogony bay liy. hands high, beary mace and tale, Is strictly fine and laiicr, is both a natural and pleasant saddler, breeds fancy, and a more uniform breedor of stylo aaddlerscan not bofodnd. He Is high-taon both indue to tho third generation, is back el , on both aldei, making lilm upby thorough-bredTerr actlTO and sprightly In gait, in form and finish a perfect model. Was elred by Suropte' Denmark, IM dam by Kir Wallace, ho by Todbun tei's blr Wallaco, he by Sir Albert (thoroughbred) second dam by Vlrglnius (dam ol Vlrglnlus he by the celebrated by Tranbr, thorough-bred- ) Mason's Whip; 3 dam by a Whip marn. He waa sired by the noble bumpier Denmark, he by Denmark, be by Gaines A Cromwell's Denmark, ha by the race horse Denmark, he by Imported lledgeford. Will maVo the season of IS37 at my (arm, 3 miles from HustonTlllo, near Carpenter's station, and will be permitted to aerro mares at ll God-dard- 's jr I X ..w...,- -. , m $10 the Nexson or $12.80 lo Hiire a living Colt. Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road 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. All of work guaranteed as represent e a. rrices to In. suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as r,j ssSr Marcs committed to my care and breeding will re celromy craonaI attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to lie paid for beforo tho remoral of mates. No responsibility fur accidents or Parting with mares forfeits tho lnauraneo. any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. J.lS.GllEEN.ARt., IIiiKtonvillcs Ky. J. STEELE CARPENTER. WEAREN & MENEFEE. VALUABLE PERSONALTY , deceased, As Administrator of Adorn Carpente-I will, PaiiyftlTAliftiM PHARMACISTS, DKAr.KBSlM OX TUESDAY APltll. 5, 18S7, - Soil to tho highest bidder all tho personal property of said deccdant The property consls's of Borao fins Cows and Calres, 17 Steer CbItcb, twenty-fire Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. w yearling Cattle, twouty stock Hos, PhTskians' prescriptions accurately compounded. kltch-e- h Also Furniture. Brio to bo at residence of deceased, ccar Huston-rllland to begin at 10 a. M, TUUMfe.- - On Personalty, 3 months credit on notes with good sceurlky, payablo in Bank and bearing Interest from sale. Vorront, money will Tho Largest Stook of Watohos, Olooks, bepajablojan. 1, 183. Adm'r. Jowelry and 8ilvenvare '. 31. TO At the name time and placo, ai airent for Mis. than BettleJ. Carienter,wil rent somo desirable grata Erer bought to this market Price. Lowor Rethe Lowost. Watcbea, Clot ka and Jewelry land, adjacent to town, In four lots: n'ao about IwohunditdatidfiOairtsoutbeCa'sey larm paired oa shoit notice and Warranted. lloraea, Farming I'tenslls. Household and n, .., JEWELERS. hurry trials 214.1. 4, . F.U.. 1 tAtt-rK- V $&&. AimlMi-'-- ' at.illaliti Vrf. HitJ,. .k.'.j- - . " V .TMI'.SWIMill'il - A L., V SALT. Djrlng tho da yi of my bachelorhood; Wash tha mica of stove doors with slt Tho world might hare .no red If I hid died, and vinegar. JJut I didn't think 11 could, tsby Ericsson (0 In 2:3011st,) by Membrlno Chief, Lrtt. Bram work can be kept beautifully bright yjr j JsiH Some Embarrassed People. by Meiubrloo Paymaster, dain the dam ol Gollab, with salt and His sons sired 22 and his daughters aro the to the car aa we were og by occasionally rubbing He came to me U the sire I find I am This dams of 18 In tho 2.80 list. vinegar. Ericsson Is half brother to Erie, record ol King alon oter the Erie, And without any In the Uit row years of my lift; at a and sold to Robert Bonner at To clean willow furniture, use salt and Itrelimina'rj psl tvor about th9 weather and If you aik what changed my opinion, sAUtUfssstssvv sm r JW tbat age tortiu.000. My Ono italllon, Wslch, wilt make tbo tMion.of I answer, sluiply, "My wife!" 1st dam by Bodor, by old Pilot, aire ol Pilot, Jr., situation he water. Apply it with a nail brush, ssrub tho crops, or the Bulgarian Commercial College of Ky,Unlerslty,t,..'.v,ir. Lowcl Vox Popult; (lain 2:35 list.) Pliotslred thedsmsof Jay Eyo 15S7 at my pltfy, known as the John Lloyd well nnd dry thoroughly. 10; Maud 8. 2:08, Nutwood 2;19H and 21 Thurman (arm, 1 uked: Ths Chespttt and Bttt Butlaits Collert la tht miles from tliclby City, ind In the 2.30 list. Membrlno Chief sired Udy Thorn If, after having a tooth pulled, the mouth World. HlcUt II..., . el.M MrJ.I ..I .XZ Buckfen's Arnica Salve seta that couple on your right?" "Do Woodford Membrlno 2'21'j. llrlguoll between tho Stanfonl A Danvlllo and Danville eMlv., .lift. W.r.p.Ki .lll.i.,w. i... l II .L. is filled with salt and water, It will allay The best Salve In tho world tor Cuts, Ilrulsos 2:2!Mi, Flsk's Mambrlno Chief 2.29, Bay Henry A Ilusionvlllo TurnpUrs at Yea." ttU Cl'.rr.l I'lmlar lld.r.ll... (IOOO Krrrlu 2.29W, Membrlno Star 2.23K, Meaobrlno Pilot (irsrfu.lr. la llul.ek ISTrwhtri .acl.iM V.l Sores, Salt Bheum, Forer Bore, Tetter, Chapped the danger of a hemorrhago, "Purty Rood looking womap." 2 27, North Star 2.26,. rt'.ll N,e 110. $10 TO IN8URE A LIVING COLT. ..lli..rd UaUel'.HlslltSliif Tslllsa SutUri.,? is better than any- Hands, Chllblalni, Cornt and all 8k In Eruptions, Krlcssou, Jr., la solid blsck, 10 hands high, Bill aa a tooth powder S 1 el'rBhr, tmlmm. ftm "She ia that." r.ll... lu-and positively cures Piles, or no pay rcq ulred, I, and weighs 1,200 lbs. Ho Is a horio that recomMoner tN.w. eiraS.sles lla.m.tet SyifM, r.r rir . thing that can be bought. It keeps the Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or monoy mends himself even If ho had do pedlsree. But ed Willi.duo when colt Is foaled or mtro FartIsrt kllrw. . It. WMIT1I. rtt.i. "Ootaome nice tog'?" lrfsl.tUs.kr. Welch Is 10 bauds high and was sired by teeth brilliantly white and tho gums hard refunded. Prlco 25 cents per box. For sale by possessing tho blood that hs does should make him "Yes." oneof the Krandest stallions In Kentucky, William Welch, dam (lay, by Frank Wolford, Penny A McAUitor. and rosy. lee will bo sire of Cook no, record 2s29, Second dam by Joa you think of tho man?" "What do by a Sloncr, 3d horns. O-ZT- J $15 TO IXSUIIE A MAKE IN FOAL. severalcolta dam areofdray Ksgle tlte and He Ins 'Ob, he seems to be a sensible sort of a To wash silk handkerchiefs, soak them fine, gool Interesting Experiences. that style He breads ltrgo and Is a suro foal getter, and Is first in cold salt and water for ten minutes man probably a vilttxer or farmer." Ulram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, neighmoving mtro out ol the Parting with of kind disposition, A Inly can drive lilni In AM 2 JACKS water Ga., tells his experience thus: "For three years borhood roodsrsor money duo. aalety. He wss never handled a day for ipcrd "Yes, he lives bck here in a email town, or longer, then wash out in the same Will also stscd but shows good trotting action. have tried every remedy on the market for Stomand iron immediately. and he'd a putr Rood fellow." Will make the season ofl SS7 at my slablei on the Carpets may be gwatlv brigntened by ach and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, un- MY FINK JACK, BIoKI.HOY, pike leading from tjlanlord lo Crab (In haul, 3 "Then you know him?" til I used Electric Ultlora. Took five bottles and At At the rame rli-- n ani on the eamn terms miles from tbo latter place. going $10 on the amo conditions at abore, Ho has Belgium was brotignt fpnu Ohio at 'Well kinder. Say. I'm in sort of a box first sweeping thoroughly and then am now curoJ, and think Electric I Bitters the best proren hlmsellto be a superior breeder, having I will alio ataud my Jack, WILLIAM LYLE, at He n blsck, and ii now 0. He it ;", Nc.mmu a tiulllul over them with a clean cloth and clear salt fllol Purlflerln the world." Major A. B. Heed, produced some ol til' best mules In this and ad- $H.siredIsby R.jetr-olJ- , Imported 11' haudt high nnd advice." and want a little Lyle's his dapple gray, lieiry nianp mil till, nf gmO style Jack, and out of la alto n good Jack. countUs and water Use a cupful of coarse salt of West Liberty, Ky, used Electrlo Bitters for an joininglS'J hsnds and nearlv black, Jennet nxaly good Jennet. and action, and list tiroteit lilmwlf a g ol breeder, with "Well." Hois hl.h. his colts lievn ki old standing Kidney aflVctlon and says: "Noth pulnls and gtticral uako up 1st class. it. nxaitKjt.t x. teveral ol Jamet, listing A. K. pi far stalllont. "Well, that woman Ufed to be my wife. and a la.rg.8 basin of water. Wlllltm MrKlnney, whs lug has ever done me so much good as Electric JK. H. M'OWKI.I,, hare hit colls, ire telnrnl to. Nothing is better for sore throat than a Bitters." Sold at 50 cents a bottlo by Penny A Kbjut a year ago, and We were divorced Hurtnnvllle The Jick, Mogul. It v years old. blsck, with 2' .tulles f oro ItiutotiTlllo, on the be used McAllitor. A Liberty Turnpike toad, Lluioln county, Ky. whlteiiosc. wit s'rad bya Mtdltnii Jiek. I dou't she's now married to him and they are on garglo of salt and water. It may know the Hock, but kunw be lia iikkI taulv jiek. if a little is swalor whatever as often aa desired, and bridal tower, or too-oIlls dtm was Black Hawk, bo Is Ul( k and a good A Captain's Fortunate Discover): their THE COMBINED BTAT.UON, breeder lowed each time it in used it will clean the you call it. I'm kinder embarraieed lo Capt. Colman, schr. Weymouth, plying between Black Hawk It a solid MtcL, 4 yta.t M, 1IW Atlantic City and N. V., had been troubled with Nillmnlo the present aason at my slsble ono handi blgli, will tbuw teveu eom tint (pit. g, a few know wmt policy to pumue, but you can throat and allay the Irritation. mils from Stanlvird on tho Manlord and lluiton-vlll- e last spring are rerr One mill's a cough so that he was unablo to sleep, and was Salt, in dosei of one (o four teaspoonfula gee the case from a neutral standpoint Tl.eborto will Hand at Turnpike Induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for ConNow, then, shall I knork his htd ofl, treat in half a pint to a pint of tepid water, is sumption. Itnotonly gsvd him Inttant relief, AC $10 Co Insure a aMtlng Volt. $10 Co IiiNiiro a ColC 10 Iiijm old 'em with cold contempt, or o over and wish an emetic always on hand. This is also the but allayed the extremo urcnoit In hit breast. Itelt 4 year old lil sods lilli, abeaullfot The Jarktst $S to uatirr (oltn 4 luontht antidote to be used after poisoning from til His children wire similarly aBectcd andaslnglo 'en. much joy?" bsy, wllh tine mane and lall aud a perfect old. Mate tradnl wllh eir morol ell unlet money waiting for tho doctor dose had tho same happy effect. Dr. King's New model ind a nttural saddle borne. due.tlio colts Hand good tw Ire iimmln lor tesson "What were the grounds fjr the di- Irate of sliver while ' sibibibVLsIiibeCiIi t hired by Hubtdr's Deniuaik, known at On Time. Discovery Is now the standard remedy In the I. 11. UAHM'.lt. to come vorcer' Flrstdsm, Molll Mounts, by Cabbie's Islington, Coleman household and on board tho schooner. ky Tsjlcr's second dam br Ametlcs, outi If the feet are tender or painful after Free Trial Bottle of this Standard Remedy at much. I wanted to be boss "We fit too MetM user, tblrddsm by Miller's Innnuark which elves him a double Class of the tiesl tsddle stock nnd bo did she She'll either boss that chap long walking oratanding great relief can be Penny A McAlUter'a Drug Store. n the world fourthdsmbyJr.ini Blunt, one of had by bitbicg them iu salt and water. A Use Or pen Couga Balsam for cougns and rclds. or break hia neck." trie ixui rsco nortesuinisday,nitiiuim by ttaty handful of salt to a gallon of water is the PrlcoOOc, For sale by Mclloborts A Stags. "Do they know you are ben?'' 1" Will a toitand at the same p'aro my fine Jark, e22 "Oh yes, and 1 spoe they aro kinder em- right proportion. Have tho water as hot llow Is your blovtt Uio Urecn's Saritpsrllls barrassed too It eeem a case where come as can comfortably be borne. Immerse the For sain br McRoberts A Ptajs: at SI. This fine, cmblne-- l stsMon w'U make the E. H. BURN8IDK. Vropr feet and throw the water over the legs as proceedings ouiiht to be taken " nonor 1837 at my stable near, Shelby CUT, In Lin- At 8 to to ItiHUrc n lAvlnu (of. MonGreen's E.'ectrlc Oil euros all aches and pains. coln couuty, on the Shelby City A Knob Lick ey duo at weaning fine or when mire It parted far as tbo knees with the hands. When help vou any." "A row won't with. He It a bruwn Jtek wllh whlU polnti, & Turnpike road, at For sale by Mcltoberts A tstagg at 60c. Thio Old WoJl - Kuowo yean old In June, full 13 handt high, llewaatlr "No, I b'pofe not, but if I could git Mary the water bscomes too cool rub briskly Season, or $20 to Insure. nl br Alkln's King WHIUm and he by Ring PhilHotol Still Maintains iU if used Green's Golden Balm, suro cure for Catirrh at $15 the lip; first dim Black ?llii Jennet, the It ilred by mud you'd hear pome of the biggest pit with a llish towel TaU method, ond Jewel It B.iug I'hllllp, ucond dim by Higb Roputation, ,fc DitsrairTiof axn Pkdkibkk ai d be by ting and jawing which ever fell an mortal night and morning, will core neuraleit of 50c, at McUoberLs Sugg's. a blood bay, with black mane and tall, 15 hands 3 Jim l'orlrr, Thli jack bat proved blnitcll lolxi a AND Ho It C fine bree-drIncbeahlgb. with fine stylo and action. Sceral of bit colts last season at years. 8ay, ehe'd open on me at H o'clock the feet. vearaold this inrlnf. wit sired bv l.ewl Cunning weaning time broueht one hundred do lift. Its Proprietor it Determined :. .kjj. it. h'Aititis, ham's Jewel, he by the famous old Washington in the alUrnoon and keep it up until midThe Meaning of Cards, it Shall be rieoond to no Coantrr lcnmark. First dam, Minnie, by .McDonald's Stanloid, Ky night without etopping over three timee for Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Halcorn; second dim by Walla' Ciuuder; third "VTnen Baby was sick, we gavo her Castorla, Oar preacher has got about as many eyes dam by a ton of Davy Crockett, fourth dam a valAppointments, or Attenbteath. 8uch a command of lansuage you in bis bead as anybody and as be sat near When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla, unknown Mr. old saddle mare, uable tion to Comfort of H. C. Parvln'sOld Minnie, dam of b'Dd Jewel. never saw." a my secretary his fingers meandered to When sho became Miss, she clung to Castorla, their Quest. was a prrmium anlinit from a cult up to an aged "Silent contempt would be a very wise dock of beautiful cards that the girls forgot Whoa ah had Children, she gavo them Castorla, mare. Second Jewel has been shown 31 times and No. 3J1I, Slandtrd Tnler Itul T A. T. It.,Vot V ) ted only three worn the slick tie 31 policy." will tltod to bide, and as he shu filed them carelessly Hsikais wlllbssoivsysj lo sadfrowtke I' times. free of ehargs. Nptelal teeoraninJatl o "Not in this can . See how pert and in his hand he exclaimed: I will alto stand at the same stable, the fine to Coraaisrelal Travels ra. Tke liar will youngjack, proud she eita up ther ! She does that to vlvafs ispplled with the ekolestl I nev "Well, this is an age of pictures. braiitsof Llqaors anS 1 Ixart. Two miles from I.aurn'cr, on tho Stanford plko at HAW,K, ZL. brag over me. She wants to give me to ersw so many and some of them are too lit is to ftiMire n I.lrr Colt,wss strtd coal only husband lovely (or anything; but these are different understand that I wasn't the if $8 by TWENTY D0LLAR8 THE SEASON black, II bands Inches blah. He ehe could git. If I treat 'em with silent from any I bare seen. What are theee for, Caldwell's Young Blsck Hawk, he by Velocipede, he by llobertton's fainpson, he by Imp. With privilege of return In ISSS, or 530 Itiuranc. THmomAX hcUwE bahber: shop. contempt how is she to find out that I'm young ladiee?" Hit dam was by Stlgall's Blsck Hawk; second dam was raised by Stiles Maxwell and m ArthurSlmt libr (Jen. Knox, 110 bo by Vernow on my way to marry the Widder Bel Tiiorro, ritor'B I saw theircunning embarassinent and a Imported jiek. Money due when the colt It mont Hero, Ac. lilt dim was Ladr Arthur, by with. Lien retained on all Hour boo Chief, by Msmbrino Chief, by Mambrlno big farm came to their relief. lotltd or mre parted den, who brings me a thumping I'aymttter.Ac. Aitbur blmt It a bay, l!1,' htndt. colts till season rbargca aro paid. and $3,000 in casL? I want Mary to know Pasturage will bo furnished at reasonable rales smail blase, right hind toot while, lolled la 18(7. Those are my lecture tickets," said I. W TRorALHa'.ijli Parting with marts forfeits the Imoranre. He Is a bindtomely finished colt and bred to ttay. that. The day she left me ehe eaid I tm "Ob, yes, I set'1' said he; "this one with v, V. T. SA A IU It He hit horn btndl.d a little and proraltea well. Mielby City, Xy. Hacotublnea tho strains of the hl'dtoid Blsck too pizsn mean lo marry the fit woman in the fiye spots admits a family of fite and Hawk and ttoul Mambrlno Cblel fimlliet. and Is a aside ebow, and I want her to know that I this one with ten spots a family of ten." desirablettock hcrto, ind on Ins sire's tlda trsc-twice to Imp. Meateoger and twice on bis dam a was engaged to a staving looking woman in "Exactly so," said I, "and thoso with side. less than eir weeks. I think I'll go over pictures are complimentary for the preachMares kept In auy manner desired, st owner's rltk. T.A.KI.KIX.Ky. and have a talk with 'em." ers " Lancatter, Bar (Stallion Wded 3 151. 1C htndt high. Is don't raise any row." by Messenger Chief, Itt dtm by Vermont. Jr , 'i "Well, ' I understand," said he, "and so I will (Jul Knox, 110, blandard I nder rtuleS, the tire dim by Imp. ikylhlan,3dtm by Donnci's dray "Oh, I shan't unless the feller begins to Just take two or three of thtaa home with 01 irthurtiluii, wtbr"lby Dani.l HeuttK. Ilrldg-lol- l, Katie, S dam by Onstotl't Tebgrarh Ills tiro McMJOtferC ilef. Hu 2 3) list, by A b Vl ,ud wit foaled In l&M He wit by Pernio, t bluster around." me," and he slipped a queen and a jck in dallab Pilot, dam br Mambrlno Messenger, 2 dam Hero, 111, lit dim by tWrcher, son of Ksrney HenWe went up the aisle to the water cooler, his picket. by Mambrlno Cblef, 3 dam by Imp. Napoleon. 4 ry, 2ud lluuiden Msra by Illli's Mir Chsrlei, ton ot MrMcngi-- r CUief tired Mtud Duroo. dam by Temrx-s- l: Uecjid'ill, public trial at 16 years eld and I changed iny real to the one behind Messenger 3.16i Marvel 'i.ii; flus 5,23 and many 2.21. "Thote cards," said I, "are reminders of others destined w win tame on the turl. Among the gel of Oen Knox with rooir.li In the couple. When the man came back be many things. There are four kinds which Ahlallah I'llot, by Alexindir'a Abdil'ab; dsm 2 30 or better, ire the folio log. IjiJy Mtud 2 IS', ntopped in front of them and held out his remind ua of the four seasons. The spade Blandlna, by Mambrlno Chief; second dam lndepeodenei2 21'4, (lllliert K'liui Cam.rt2.1i by Turner's Brwn TIM 2,U.4 Kui(ior Knux i.?7!. Knux 2 UY., Victor hand to the man and eaid. reminds us that labor Is the leading trump I'llot sired Itckard V $; IUJ Jim 8 year-ol- d 2 23; Knox Hoy iVtCffal 2 rt; Hirrv "paok reco'd '4.23; Mess nger Cblrlslred Maud cr2.30;Mesngcr Knox 2 3D Ills sons, C1. Kile "Hello, Jim; going down to Now York?" in this world's affair; the club that we 2.1Gi;. worth, Uoujon, Cromwell, tclalre, Knptrnr Will-Is"Yea," replied the man as they shook. Alexander's Abdallah, by KysJyk't Urn. Knox. Jr , (leu. l.lglitlvot, (lllbretb, must be aggressive and foice our waj; the Abdsl-l- a Katie Darling. Alexander's Knux. Jutes Jurgnsiu, Knot lloy, Liou Moult, "Kind of a bridal too er, eh?" diamond that money is a good thing to help Uoldtmlth Maid 2.11, Uavillnd 2.21; 1'hll hheildan, Hi Klnio, Whaltbone Knox, and sired Thondale 2 ii1.,; Major Edull 2.29; HI. Klmoie Woodlord Knox have slrecl the followlug, wtb "Yes" and tbo heart that, after all, riches and laIron Age2 lyl., Capitals .'.30. 1I alto sues! Aimoai, iteunom, neinra, records of 2 SO or better "Got my old woman along, I see," HnelbT Chief, together with tbt dams of Jerome 2 22; Frank V 2 2G; Nellie Waiion 2 26'.; Work dons In Hi. Iitnt tljle, wllh neatneai bor and force are worth nothing without Eddy 2.I0J,, Katie Mlddleton 2 21, Hill Thunder Ihsries K. J.2T, Fanny i. 2VV'i; Wallsrs 2 "Y-yei- l" Ijdbw and children's work ti a'd dltpalch was the jerky roply. love. There are twelve of those picture 2.24J, ttc. Ithalr2S9K, MaudMuller 12l', Kitty Moms Mesnger Chief. Jr . will mVe the pierent rea- 2 30; Chub 2 27i John H. llrald 217V1 Ollbreth Mary," he eaid as he turned to card', which remind us of the twelve "Well, Thist powdsr never varies. A marvel of purltj, son at my plats I1, Miles from lluitonvllleon the Maid 2 27',; Ubadiw 2U; Hamb'n knot 2 is, her, "so you're got another man, eh?" More economical Copeland 2 31; lllaek I!t 3..10- - Aithur T. 1M, months in the year, and 52 cards in the strength and wholesomescu. can not be sold iJradfordivlUeplkti,l than the ordinary kinds, and Kltia, pscer, 2 2il4, Uoi tly, acer, 2 22'Ac 211. "None of your business, Tom Lapham!" deck, which tells us ol the 52 weeks in the competlton with tho multitude of low test .short B 3 Boldonly In 810 TO INSUBE A LIVING COLT or phosphate powders. old Mary, I see! year and " weight alum ''Oh.it ain't! Same . ill ll IUitalBakiho Powdxs C, cans. Money duo whon colt I foaled or insre parted That's just the chin music you uiel (o 106 Wall Street, New York "And," said be, interrupting roe, "there with. Msiei will le pastured at 12 per month, gire me when I aabeJ why dinner watn't are just 365 spots in but I will not l responsible for accidents. all, which reminds us Ilonlc." II 91 AX. J. K. HA COUuttonvllle. read!" of the number of days in the year." , This line slalllor will mike tke teaaoa of l'57tt Shortest and Quickest Eonto from Oo shut up!" "Yoa Bight then I surrendered, for I saw he tral Kontnckj to all PoinU North, my fsrra, 3 miles Irom tilaoford, on ths d My Stallion, "Thai's more of i ! Seems almost as if knew as much about a deck of cards as I Cast, Went and Sonthwcit. and Iianvllle pike I am dally opening an elegant line of Fall Millinwe wero living together again, and I were -- Xfl I Ino lletwesr' ery, I neludlrg all did, and I expect he has played many a dodging the brcooistirk. I shall be mar T IXNUKE A Will uiako the preioit tenon at .11. H91ITII AT $15 gamoina gully or behind his father's The Latest Novelties of the Season. i ried SiturJoy. HA lVi7.?lM.VAf.2!nllesfrnm ."taof rd, on tho UB'jCHIPTlON AND PKDK.ftH:- - Vermont LK.vi.GTor abirn. f Bill Arp in Atlanta Constitution. O to iHMiire f ii'iif isomer ct plteat UamhePinlag Ir abltck borw, filrl In 'Mi, di. "HumpM1; Alio Notion", such as Hsndkerchlcfs. Collsrs colt iimiiei)ndliinas above, lie Is n One com "rbelule in Kflisct May li IMC hindt hub, two wliltH f I behind tlrel by Yo'i hUh ofgood st)le He Svzn Fok His Salary. I uerer and Cuffs, Iluchtog. Corset, Buttles, etc. frinl-le- v biuedhorio iu tandihimwifatidnidld lire and ac- Ien "Humpl I Well, ycu bet ita ImmpL! William ViViih, by l:ri-.-I L'. lUullili! r.i in. lit do' will find me at tlmroomt lately vacated by tion srl l.aipioren Uq S H, dam Katie Unine. bv (,111's Vermont. JnJ dam 4 Ho. I. She is four times as good looking a) jau kne if mora than ono preacher who sued K. HA VOU 91 AS. lllaek hwiti, by Helm's Yorkthl c by Iii'. Vork. tlOOTH-- JUI 4 Warren, next door to the Myers House. lluitonvlll'e Ky. ILATK HVOlUZllAll. by Wsgner. by Sir nun. Ually Lx Haa 3rd dim Utile ,Ki ililre, are, and hsa a big farm and $3,000 in for h!s salary, and he got it. It was in ( tur'ei, by blr Aicbr. 4lh dam K nliy bpred, br Franklin county Tho leading meu wrate nasi. I" Imp Ivlatlisn,6th dsiu by I'arkolet, ellh dam br Lve, Covltigton aiOtm 8 10 i. uii 1 (0 p is , csx-:" KalHii'utli . Ollia 21pul.l3pm (Jieeiidilrcr,7lh ilsm by Mirylsnd Phoenix, Sth him a letter guaranteeing that the church "Don't belike i !" iS 1 am " 13 pn lUuaibil, 'i d uti br 13 ii MESSENGER BREEZE ! dim by Hed ll Itriiee'sHtud'IHy, by tlowe1, ) Arr. Cyulbltnt... ll 2A a m 10 en p m blSpuu I'.iru.. IlnokVol I ogS0i to Kmlly; "Same old Mary. Sounds perfectly nat- ciuld and would py him a good salary LONDON. KY.' " Lexington I2 m p m ll I7pm 6 10 p m Vomiont llurnblflouitn Ita fluo Mi h'ir.n, with ural to hear you cill uio a dogguned liar. One of those c.Thind letters which churchfine it Tie and conl bonn, and turn LirH.r, sired Lve. lails li ti a m lu 41 p m S 22 p ra F.B.RILEY, Proprietor. W'lch, Hie sire ol 1'ilnee Imperial. by Hfllls-W 20 p fi 11 2u p n Uf pn Wlccbenler We'il ba down to New York Saturday nlt'ht es noted for not paying will writr. He Full broth rto Maud Mestecger 2.11J,, by Mes- 2.22;i,JermUh J.21' . It'isloT em trot In 2 3i)er Arr KlcnmtMKi : m j, ,n " 7 n PB senger Chief, tire' ol Maud MtseeMier, istdnm by better Wllllitn Welen was sired br llyedyk's and raebbe will slop At sntuc hotel yon dr." went and serve 1 them a whole year accep " Uneatter . . S (,7 m, TlieiroiiKlily Itciiontcel nuel ltcfur-nUlie- Uenllo lireizr.'lreol lVarl 2 JO Alexsndei'tAMal-lah,2r- d II uiblelonlan, prlrate recunl if, ' thn dam fi Wjioil . "8lantori .. ... Uertludlrl. ot Uoden's Trluee, 227, aim by Imp Truttni n ol dmit Klttyltlveis tnodsiu ol tably, meekly aod patiently. In fact, they I'nro "No,you won't." lliroiiRliont. old record ml ules. I Illchiuo.id . )and . Jolpm ...J.. nntl rontoiinlilo prices. IHiy mill nlclit 1ST, 3rd damro'onlof.l JiVot, tltii year dim of Cotlo dam by sa le ofof twenty inilce Irolter, Trus.r. l.ro Ilerea "Ye?, we will!" were astonished at his patience. Then he of lbs S "W p ml bf Itjd Mambrlno, bj Imp Mswn-t:eeon Arr. !.. to, 2 thin Wilkes Kentucky 13 a in' . . Vermont beluga grand ton ot the great J'J.lvrjgtton .. ........ demanded all of his salary that wad due. trnliiH met by polite Iorler of "We uball!" Meusanger Chief, by AtidaMali I'llot; dtm by llamblelontiii the grandest sire living. Mid populnr IIoiino. Mambrlno Messenger; 2d dam by Msmbrluo Chlot; (Mil's Vermont combin d, bicked by iboruugh. Again they were astonished to meet a man "Seo here Tom," said the bridegroom-whrloBTU-)iu- ;. j 3d dtm by Imp. Nafolcon; 4th dim by Tempest. bred, will inskaafln iloc horm. Ityt.yk s Ham. No. 3 j Nu. II No. I Meseocg'r Chief tired Maud Messeuger V.lii' ,, li'elnnian, uy AUianan, sou or Mstnbriuo mm ny wis red clesr up lo his collar buttoD, who was not willing to take just what tho Marrel 2.23; Out 2 23, and many othtrt destined lino Hclliouudcr, 2 ds.u by IHtUop's ilimblstoul-an- , "pleace let up. This is an embarrassing church had seen fit to give him voluntary. Lvo. MvIngitoo. 8 00 a m to win f.uua on the turf. 3 dim by Imp. Metteuger. MAIN ST., ltlCIIJl0.1U.'.Kr. " Horoa m ...I Abdallah I'llot, by Alexander! Abdallah: dam But he told them they had caused him to Minion for me " bill's Vermont by IMwiilog't Vermont, tiro of ArrKlcbuiond ... jio 2f a ml 11 4J Chief; 2nd dtm Blanulns, by Mambrlno thodsmot Unlgma 2 IG lit dam by Coluabut M.... "Yea, I g'poee It is, Jim, and I'll do any- contrict debts on the strength of the promiiiy.), by l'arkcr's Drown 1'lloU Ab (Htrk ley's) ion ol Columbut, tire ol Confidence Lvo. Itowland B. 1 Z71 '20am. daliah I'llot sired I'lckard, 2.18: Iteil Jim, " Uncaster 2 2H;2nd dam by ilerirajd, tlie of the dams ol 8 11am thing to oblige. Of course you're married ises made by their official members, and For a good Table old record 2 28; Messenger Chief sired Maud Nellie "lay 2.2l;3d dam by MaUblcas, airs of the Arn lUchmond.... Ill ou . m ZiZL my old second hand wife, and of course those debts had to be paid. He went into And clean and well furnlshod rooms, this Hotel Meuenger2.1C) of Climax 2 31. dill's Vermont It thn lire of Lvo. Itlchmond 1 10 p ui Alexander's Abdallah, by Itytdyk't llambleto dam attached, 0W m Ikinne Hoy 2 23. lllaek Mtrla 2.2CJ. Udy Oak you don't want to be twitted on it, I ree court, produced the letters written by the hat no superior, (lood00rumple rooms y 2 10 p m 7 00 a m' nleu; dam Katie Darllcg. Alexander's AUlallah 2.M. nnd Logiu 2,1U; a'.no tiro of Uio ami ol A". Wlncheeiter . trer day. J2 sired Goldsmith Maid 2.11; I Una Ind 2 21; Tborn-dal- e (lamlirlta Wllket2.VU The King 2 M. Nellie I, Arr Parlt .Utopia 8(0 a m the point Jim and I'm done." the official members, obtained judgment 2 30. 2.22; Major Edsall, 2.VJ; bt. KlmureHhelby 2 23;4,( iilliwJiS'f, I'erl2 80. Lexlugton llfli 2 .11,'y Lvo. I'arta ...., Z... 3 SO p 7 2,'Ta m Utpn lie alio urtd A I Dion t, IJolmout, llilsom, Miry got up with both fiats doubled nnd and collected it. And he did right. -- Rev. Lvo Heatrlc2 3lKi I'dy I'atcnen 23d1,, ard LOUIS SCHLEUEL, mi 8 20 a m 3 40 pm Cblef, together with the dams ol Jerome Eddy ' Cynthlana.. 3 89 pm! 8 65 am 4 1Tpni (Innilwuiati 1 and tiro ot the second her fighting jw on, but tho bridegroom J. E Godbey in 2.16; Kaile Mlddleton 2.21, Bill Thunder 2 25 dam of Phil Thompson 2.16,'S. " Falmouth 4 47 p m 10 Ola m S IS pm etc. 8 00 p m II 30 a m 8 48 pa Itytd yk't iiatnnietonian, ny Aiinsiian,sireoicir Arr. Covington itule'eJ her, and the divorced husband eaid Ited Jacket, U'Ccmet, son of Sherman Morsan, Walter 2.27. 1st dtm by Chas. Kent uaro by Imp, Here, ia a sample of a bov's compoui to me as we walked to the rear can: dim by a eon of Sherman Morgan lied Jacket lletllou nder; 2nd dam Ons Eye, br Hlihnp llein. Not. Trains 3 and Sara iltllr hilaun win y KENTUCKY. niCHMimn. tion on girls: "Girls are very stuckup and was a very tiulshed honn of elegiot trolling aclil.tnn n:3rddam nllrerlall br Imp. Mrsvonger. cheater, Islington and Cincinnati; other "Yes, its kinder embarrassing to Jim, dignified 2.18. tion. Ills daughters the elre except Sunday. in their manner and behavejour. Photograph! in all styles and sizes. 2.21, alto tbo dam of produced Kentucky WiUev, itrxirk'slIimbletouUn liol 2 30 or ol Netiloolio o I Ited Wilkes, sire of 1'flll and 37 others with better: lilretl oonm cllont aro ra tde at Wlnchotter with and I don' want to hurt his feelings. Kin. also the dam of So So 2 17;. They think more of dress than anything I, and 3J others with recThompson, 2 11 Chcaanoako A Ohio lor Mt. Sterling, Ashland. thedamt ol Trinket :l.l der embarrassing to me too, and for Mary, and like to play with dowls and rage. They JPictur'es in India Ink, Crayon and Uentle Breee, tiro of l'earl2 30, ulmilre oi tho ords of 2 33 or better Iluntlngton, Charleston, W. Va., and Kastern citby Hill's lllaek H wk, ies. dam of Maud Metseneer 2 1GJ4, by Whirl Wind, Vermont (DowninVs) Water Colors. and I guess we'd better have a grme of Lady Mao tire of K huti Allen 2 2t'i. Vermont (Downtng'i) record2 20'.,slroofBsrkIt re'cord'2.23 3 and 4 run via WlnchesUr. Fast Llne;-N- os. cry if they see a cow in a far distance and record 2 Jj. ire id tee dims ot Knigiua 2 W, nnd altoilre ol Bolld Trains, with Pullman Bleeping Cars between euchre. First time I ever bad a divorced Mew designs In Frames ant MUs at very los Mettonger Ilreezs hat Is: Breeder will obtorve tbat are afraid of Runs. They stay at home all thodaio of Mambrlno Uructi, thesiro of llelle Wll Cincinnati and Itlchmond, Va., and Winchester . wife or met her married to another man, Prices. a double ciom of Abdallah, a double crott of Mamand Washington, I), O, son2.VSJi the time and go to chttuch every Sunday, Through tlcksU and baggage chockod to any brlno Culel and through lied Jacan a double ctoji ilill't ifinck Hawk, by Hhennaii k Morgtn. Dam, how to take it and I didn't exaetly know Hawk I. tho destination reached by a railroad. otMorgtn lila a fast trotting msru. Hill's They are always eicki They are always Messenger Breeze is a lautlfut red bay, 1G bauds tiro of Hello ufriiiratogi 2.59 l.nticct 2.271,, Kthnn For full particulars, call ou any agent of tho obliged for your kindneaj, and I or W. B. PENNY, Much DE. muscular uud etrong, Allen 2,K, and Vuuog Ameilca 'i 23. an I Is sire company, or high, weli.bred, fanny and making fun of boys' hands and DENTIST, M. Quad. der the aw of enades up." (len TwoCl 2.?u!$, . 11. Aiuiuu:, U of a spicdr coalormatlon and there does not exlat of thodim-o- f lbaucho2.23Va D. A.I'EELEY. say bow dirty, They can't play marbles. I ky ol a finer Uen.I'au. Ageiit, Trav. Pass. Agont, Stunt'orct. - - TContuolcy on Kettubred toil and coining is tpeclinen fromtbo Tennetiee2 27. and alto tho loumlorol tit grtut does n lllaek Hawk family. Hut list In the ii'.tle and bo trotting hoiso lOTingion. K.r France makes about 100,000 quarto of pity them, poor things. They make fun of ' "" nroducTni; family, nit lire, bltdam and his urand- - and lemalo lino I u of 2 30 or lietlcr represunta- H. K. HUNT1NOTON' Ileceiver. dam all being producers of speed, bo Is Jutt the champsgoe every year. One million quarts boys and then turn round and lovo them. Ocueral Offlcos, Covington, Ky. a tailing imprcsilou on eo'umbtis(ltsrklpy't), hrdld Oilutnh'is, Iro ol kludolahurso to make I don't believe they ever killed a cat or Bto shipped lo England nnd the other tils progeny. llain. u Messenger Mar.. ConBdiinre 2 24 Maud Me.ucnger,hlsful ililtr, ou mora inon-eOld Columbus 2 1IU coirarted pscor, trought come to this country. Thai's what anything, Ttey look out overy nite and slreolCjiilUHn"!! 22. Columbiti In l(f. tusn any boreom Hie Aiuirbun lurr. from ("mull IiBB P. UUFJfilAN, say, 'Oh, ain't the moon loyelyl' Thir is TheservlcD fee w 11 bu ou g Co. makes champsgee dear. Navlgator'iKl, llo4" oud2 3r', pnd aud alt'islrnof the dams ol Hen Iumbus2 one thing I have not told and that is they T JR Pr "X" 1 H 'J.', 'M 10 lNSUKU A MAltb IN FOIL. Moilll2.27, ixiulieN 2.2(l)i, a'uels ; 4J. I'url-- t Those Tho know affirm that bring cot always 2U7JJ (Vourg Columbut It Iho llroof ll 2,30 cow their letsans betlern boys " I sous triat haro BTANFOHD, KV. ered with a revolver is not conducive to Mtney due when the Mel It ui!ertaimil or mure or better perlormeis, and Im lias ) Old Cnluui va lotmiri portfO wilt, it bred to unoilitr bo tt. tVlil inaku tired It 20or Tivenly five thousand) dotlarb' worth of warmth. Oa the contrary, its tendency la eldo Main 6trtt, two doois s noxt door to Uts-wo- k ihowsKm ot leb7 ou tbo loiiii of but li the fiittttderol tho Coiumbus family, wliltli J fiee-B- iuu Offlco on Lancaster itroot, 1'lltil Jr.. b'ood bio I't x to make one ehiver. An overcoat Is mud) gambling utensils wero burned Saturday Journal or&ci. Office hours Horn $ to xr.eo i. ssi kit, noiti.it v.vv.t- Ito.u SUnlurd, wai nlto wis to tbo Hist what .lis KUHIXSU V, low thiMieriHoteh (ls tdinlnlstorsd wh rnro Hltroas Oxld Kentucky Tlltl-i- , V M.aud 1 to 5 p. ii. Ane,ithitlc siuilLliterfl I in X-Aluut I uilUYork. ei'itiOrd, Ky. rt,ulral. wore comfortable ,'Sil . cei;n;. -rd This la thosUo I thought I was ERICSSON. JR.. WELC IS.. T7& LW US. st ,r mm b'or-vl- BEL ML 1 ar.ouan r, SILVER KING ' SECOND JEWEL. 2M-2- 1 lP5jjs2 MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY and STEVE WALKER. More-castl- j. tht ARTHUR SIMS, Unus-defta- BLACK jBJT 3V.3rP3L.SSS Msm-mot- jf.j i P' SSI MESSENGER CHIEF, 1 JR Jf Mes-scot- er l.tl, lltmble-tenlsn.ds- POWDEI m Absolutely Pure. i a i , ' 'rl H Vermont Hambletonian. Htaii-for- itliio;ilrHt JO ABDALLAH, COIr. J vi:wxa-v, , v I k .. ii 162-2- JACKSON MO a i et ' 11 'd Krs-dyk'- s . 207-C- WILLIS HOUSE, ! 1 M J. WILLIS, Proprietor, 201-l- (ttosa-llnd'sda- 1 we-iut- Globe-Democra- PHOTOGRAPHER, tt. 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