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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887040501 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. Semi Keekbi s VOL. XVI. mI ntefio ed. l K mtm NO. 217. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1887. pedltion, to carry him by night as much as "BILLY, THE BULLDOZER." LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. he made by day in his slediteo. This bodl- -Some Words With the Bark on Them. ly drift being influenced by the prevailing The Clay Circuit Court will convene (To tho Editor ottbs Interior Jouraat: winds and ronlstnnce of (he Rtilf stream, I at Manchester next Moiday, the 11th. Vublltheil Titctdnu hihI Ertilaw by the time it Some one writing to the Courier Journal Five members of th fmilr .if .T.n reaches the east coast of at-- SP Greenland of great force sweeping down under date of March 31st from this place Johnson, livingjust outsilo of town, are A.1V1VU-V- 1, CASH. the the east coast of gavo what purported lo bs the facts in the sick. Greenland with great exrapidity around Capo Farewell, carrying controversy letweon the Hon. W. 0. llrad-le- y It is rcorled thai moonshine whisky understood if waeredlt tht I..50 will U pected and demaudrd. and myself. The writer was eyldentiy has almost played out in with it tho great ice Ibes and glacial bergs the mountains on of the facts, or had been miein-formof the oast of Groenland no often encounter account of tho ccarclty of corn. I never wrote Mr. IJradley a coed by vessels to and from Kurope and Mr. and Mrs. Griffin, of Kushn'lle, W. P. WALTON America This broad opening ami great vertly threatening letter. I merely asked parenta of Mr. John McGee and drift in a southerly dincllon from the lm- - htm to retract what he had faid, as his at- O. II. Griffin, of this place, havo been n WINDS AND CURRENTS OF THE ARCTIC here. mene outlet to tho Arctic basin The gulf tack upon mo waa entirely unwarranted. I BASIN -- Mr. and Mrs. 8. W. Hser, of M-strMin coming to tho north is divided, tha never intimated any violence towards him To the Editor of tin IuWrlor Journal main portion turning to the south and east in my letter asking a retraction. Ojr rela- cheater, were here. Mrs. Hager was Miss tions before that time had been of tho most Bessie Wnite, the lady The tyranlcai 7010 ol Harold cauaed h runs down over the Urilish who downed the an arm friendly character, and I was completely Ktntucky Board of number of Norwegian, under Narador to taking a nortbeafterlydlreclion runs around Pnarmacy before the nail in SCO A D , tho discovered IeelanJ, lo the north, skirting the coast of northern dtZ'jd when he opened out upon me such a Court of Appeals, and tdater to the redoubt-abl- e Johnny Da, upon which Island (hey estnhliislied an in- Kjr .pe and Aiia, n lare portion pissing to tirade of abune. I certaiuly would have It is strange, but LevertheUss true dependent republic Thus commenced the the north come in contact with tho south-er- stopped him in his remarks had I not relorg eerie of Arctic ezpeditionn uuuibgrioK pjc, bjt luviug n, greater specific membered tho close relations existing ba that the republicans of thin county have as gravity sinks and pis s a an under and twecn him and tho Court, feeling certain yet taken no steps lo advance the interests tuoro than 250 down to tho trnic end of counter current to the Aralic bsin, where that if I opened my mouth I arould most of thel.NTEitioa JouiiNAiVa candidate for of tho Greeley tir.tr And with inch expedition the Geld ol hum in knowledj-hae Its motion it checic I. Water being a non- cettainly have haded in jail. I bore it all Governor i. e.: fthat id to f.KV K. been widened and ureal commercial enterconductor ol heat does not difliiee its quietly, trusting that Col. Bradley's honor Col. O'Bradley. There will bo court of somo kind here prise established, and tlier will be repeat warmth whilst in motion, but on being would haye prompted him to rectify a wrong that a thorough gentleman would nearly every day i ed while the thirst for knowleJu checked at the pole, heat this week as there was given off and Henry Caandler, charged with in Reeking to know the laws that expanded raises the specific gravity when have esteemed a privilege. But in this I last. control the conditioni which emtain and the currout comos to the surface and joins was mistaken. peddler named Goldberg, Now to the facte: I was summoned by had his examining eurrounJ life in thlit planet, especially the in tho southern run, a small portion irolni- trial before Judge Bore-i- ng solution of aclenllfie phenomena revealed at around the north of Greenland, form the the defense to testify, which aide was Friday and was held in a bond of $300. by Cd. Bradley. For some cause -- Mr. and Mrs. R G Ward and Master or about the pole and actio with niTntori-oil- ! north Greenland current settling down n unknown to mo I was introduced by the Richard Earlo, of ea and U)bion Channel. to disturb the attno-pher- e force and In Ueh-rinPaint Lick, who have the ea. create or mod If etorma and influStrait the flood tide coinei from the prosecution. The defense propounded ques- been spending several days here with Mrs ence clinii'e. The result of nil that hare Pcfic an rle two feet, and by the time tions to me which I answered reluctantly. Ward'is parents, will return home Wodnes cone before tend to nhow that the Pole i it come to Point IJ.irrow it riie seven in- - In his argument to the jury Co). Bradley day. E. H. Hackney has been in the cit surrounded by a barrier, only inJented in che. Tuis tidal ware mmt be and is aug- took occasion to refer to some of my state iea repleaiehing his stock of general meroneor two plaoea TeryidiifDlly, circular in mented by a branch of the China gulf ment, and in quoting them took the liber- chandise O II. Griffin is home from Jef ty not only to misstate my answers to hie ferTille. ahape, of about 1 200 miles in diameter and stream, which running past the Alution Indiana. D. II. Williams, of K. TAYLOR, questions, bat to bold me up to ridicule be- Barbourville, has been containing an area of 2,500 009 rqnare miles Manl, through Djhrin set diffusei Itself down to see rela CITIZENS NATIONAL fore the jury and the large audience drawn live. Daniel speaks of takiog unto him Of LOO AN COUNrV. la a CandfJate or the office of unexplored region and with three ureal in the Arctic banin in three brjnchee, the BANK, of Superintendent of Pullc Instruction, tubltet thither by a desire to hear bis burning elo eelf a helpmeet shortly. Charley tidal ware entering the bt.in by three die lewer of which runs to the north and wett or &AKfjAKT:n, ky. Catching to the Democratic Utate Conrontloa. llnet channels -- Rihring Strait, DarU Strait around the south end of Wrangle Iland, quence, but instead were treated to a mess is sick with mieumoni. M. r.. CAPITAL $133,000 00 and North of Greenland all of them meet the middle branch take a northerly couree of dirt and filth heaped upon one who had J. .Long, of Shelby county, is visiting never done the valiant colonel any iojury, her daughter, Mrs. ingeomewbere in the neighborhood of the over Herald Iiland, when by some obstruc W Jones, at this J ThU Parry Island, producing there .itill water tlon it is deflected to the northwest around bat on the contrary had always defended place. Little Lillian Jackson is very tick. I atu dally opcnlDg an elegant line of Fall Millin- and Bank ,oli,It. account, of lndl,Mu.Ii. firm, corporation,. It. UMUl ery, including all piled-oWrangle Iiland and of great force, car the vulnerable character of the doughty inAn old Swiss man, named Frantwein, and ice near the create! part of cctlon, In .11 p.rtl ofthe Unlte1 jf s land, canning in that region the pole of rying with it on the break up everything dividual when assailed byhis political ene- had one of his countrymen, named Weid Tho Latest Novelties of the Seaion. urpiaaaJ.wdeutowr. re at .'all ,trae gnn"i mies. After waiting for three days for Co). mar, arraigned before any reasonable acoommoJatioc. ! greatest cold and toward which the pre before It The third and main branch sits the County Judge AUo Notion, uch as Handkerchief!. fJollar toaak W. beg to off., our .arrlcea'to Bradley to reflect, I wrote him as gentle last week on a charge of Tailing winda blow, a fact well eitahlithed to the north and east around Point a breach of tho .hclU Kuchtn(, (rct8, Buftlea, etc. You fui&l n. ol neighboring coun.lt., without the room Banking a great drift, a part of which manly a letter as the indignant state of my peace, by coming to his house on the Sun- will Anod me at nextdaor to lately Tacated br 8nil-le- y fwllltles, an J aure them br many and actual olxerratloni in direct Warren, tho Myers liouie. that business sent mind would allow, asking him in cour- day previous ond dieturb'ng x6i-'u. a a I at .,, ,ae, hue prornpt oppj.ltion to the luppoied law of meteor- puuei through the ntueroui straits of the KATE JOUDUEIIA It. him and his tenllon. ology which are found from obaerrationa Northern Archapelago, while the main teous words to do me the justice and him- family. Weidmar procured a crow warMACE BBCCE'3 At rant against Frantwein for drawing a gun body runs to the north of the hummock self the credit of a public retraction. DIHECXOKSt taken in milder localltire, the area of the solicitation of friends I made overtures on him in his (Frantwein's) houee. refrigeration on the earth' surface barrier, till it meet that of north GreenWeidJ. M. IlffitJIMlOTffAJf, become areta of high birometic presume land, carrying with it the great Hoe of the to him or a withdrawal of his otleniive mar was fined $2 50 ond Frantwein dia- - Buggy & Implement House. LEWIS V LEAVELL, JOECJ. WALKEIt. from the centre of which the wind blow, northeast Arctio basin, csihted by tbs pre- word. I wrote three letter lo him for the charged The attorney for Weidmar made J.w.wmN, L, F. UUBBLE, T. M. AKNOLD, outward and not toward Yet from ob- vailing wind, p'leMhe Ice up, thus caus- intpeclion ol.my friends, they to decide an appeal to the Court lo reduce the fine, J03.SIMP30M, I haT now B. O.JtULLINS. servations taken in and about the region of ing that great barrier to tho north, the whether I had eaffiaiently humbled myself whereuptn the Court proposed that if the to again merit the esteem and friendship of lawyer would donate bis A Pull Lino or Whoat Drills) and thl pole and a few about the eecond pole of main bodr of pact or drift ice pivei on fee, tho court our Dext governor (?) But to my aitonth-men- t would its cost, which, othor Agricultural Implomonts,; greatest cold in the Northern hemisphere over the pile and pins in the southern after some hesitaJ. sx. HiGoiNBornr, prest when the last letter was returned to tion, waa done, the lawyer between Spilzbergen and Greenland. located in northed Siberia, the fact ha to doubt feel LEWIS Y. LEAVELL. Bealdet- ame it cropped out that Col. Bradley had log that his punishment bjan established that cold blast ccne from The evidences of such current ia shown was greater than J. P. SANDIKER, CA8HIEK, been passing upon their merit, and as often that of hia client. Full Lineol Buggies andlWagons B- F. tho neighborhood of the two region in by tm observations of Admiral Uilcher in HUDSON, TELLER. Gapt. John Tom Hazelrigg is one of us Atw.ji on hand. In connection with or Im. the disturbed state of the floe Ice in the as sent were returned to me for correction, pat i, bottled up, a it were, by the prer-.i- l. .plement bualneas, I will alio carry a ing win from which fas', there tuuit bi a neighborhood of North Cornwall, acted I tore up the last letter and declined to and, all thing being equal, will get the un have anything further to say in tho matter, divided mountain vote in his rs.e fnr Sale Bargain. Complete Stock or Lumber, point somewhere btlow r. iro wbere the upon by a strong tidal wave flowing in an and moet certainly would have proceeded Lieutenant Governor; but fear barometric influence act adversely to the east and west direction and from the deall things Both rough and dressed. Price on ererjthlng a I I oiler for sile rriratoty iaStmforl Kr liw aboTo thnt point in the same manner creased dimensions of tho doe ice to the to carry my threat into execution by cow. are not equal. It looks to a man up a tree hiding him on sight, had not my friends vary much like Mr. Hazjlrigg was Low as any oue. as a change in the temperature of water north ot Melville and North Cornwall, the ready to hands by abr and below f jur decree. From ob drift comes from the Polar sea and ha no lied myand signingflicking to the Court-Hou- se form, or has entered into a coalition, with I solicit aiharoof your patronage. Rejptctfally, my bond to keep tie his quandam brother in arms, (hat martial (erratloni so far the prevailing wind in connection with Baffin's Hay through either " Aut for J. R. Allard. I. M. IIItVCE. JZ: spirit, the gallant Eianon (pure) B)livar Kennidy Caanael, which are from the Jones or Lancaster Sounds, and in thn peace. And now Mr. Klitor, allow me to thank Buckner; as it ia a noticeable fact that the northern, cause Jb the easterly wind from western part of Jones Sound, where the curmy neighbor and friends for their unsolic- firleat Buckner organs are likewise the hot-tethe norlbeMt of Splttibergin pawing orer rent Is unobstructed it runs with great ve JSL1JUG ! IH Hiz'lrig't champions. Thi, of couise, the wrm gulf stream to the northwcit of loclly ; ripping up 11 t ice. And as the tide ited acta of kindneasjtoward one who is conStore ! region, become warmer and on over or current is strongly influenced br the tent to move in his humble sphere, endeav- may be purely incidental and 1 hope it la. Valuable!! Real Estate and that Booms. the sea to the ssst; pisses otot the north of northwest winds, the possibility Is there is oring to rectify some error of hi past life, for listen, Capt. Tom, so lon'j aa you attend an open body of water hlong the axi of this the disasterotis effects of which errors were strictly to your own rce, the mountains, Greenland to Kennedy Channel and Smith's Aa Executor ol Lewis V. I'hlllrn ,w.l I .,s.. i felt only by the writer and his immediate avhich you know to he no mean factor in for tale, on easy terms, the following real estate in Sound, is drawn down to the region of the current. and near the growing town ol Lancaster, tsarrard From the gieat resistance, the sen family. Bot whatever my past Slife may thfa contest, are yours, but the moment it county, Kentucky: pole of greiteit cold, thus raieiiij the temuna uncK more-rooon J'ubllc Square ot said aration and pacullar directions of all have been, even now when I have tho most is manifested that you sre playing tail to perature in the highett UtittiJo of Greentou, now usod as a room. One frame Stororoom on tho Public Squire, now these current, so far as known, the infer conclusive evidence of the esteem of mr the Buckuer kile your ohancen are deader land, found to be the cisi by Dr. Ilmne!, na a (amlly grocery room. usd neighbors and friends, I can ear truthfully than ia whole kit o uuukerel s Two on Richmond Street, near Pub. Harris and who in niii observation the ence is thera is a strong obstruction iu the He Square, one now used as immediate vicinilr of the Polo and of great that I have never tried to imposi myself Hazelrii's sound well, end the former must other ns an Undertaking a Millinery Store, th climate on the eat side of Hall's basin to establishment. With this block he much milder than it was to the isouth-wa- rl sitj, whio'i i cither n large cluster of on upon an unsuspecting public as worthy of not ba nicriti'el tostiherre the interoits of adjoining will bo sold II .desired a lot of ground denied islands or one gr.'at island surround consideration. And although Col. JBwl the latter. Ono farm with house aod otliar Efceary Im. cipjii-eo- c rlno the lowtHi temperatur prorements.on tho Uxlngtoa Turnpike, uiiles ed by open bodlej of water at certain sea- - ley, as I am told, wa informed that it was d by Nares in hi winter siuarlens in lrom Lancaster, of 137 acres. eons oT the year nnd not one general bidy an easy thing to cull my ear, nnd no One Farm ol 110 acre, 3).j miles from Lancaster, WOOD WALL1C G WITT COCIIRAK, t.e "Alert," off Oip I'nion, was during a near the Lexington Pike, unproved, with houe ol open watrr, as suppoed b man, or an would be made, with the bolstering and ntccssary outbuildings. gale of wind from the ttoutbsvoi. Kith the Oao unlinproTOl, 3 mile from Lancaster, imaien'so hole, as Hated by Syiume, and support of a half drzsn blcolthirsty frioude, COCHRAN, Ky onfarm, Lexington Turnpike of 73 acres. the Kreniest n.nt from tho north and north-en- ', from the analysis of the drift nud the fact I havo summoned sufli:ient spirit to proAnd also a tract of JO acres on Ullberl'i Creek, the heaviest enow etorins occurring about 4 miles from Lancaster. UKXTS' FUKNlSHKIiS, of fowls of tho North being seen to emigrate claim Col. W. O Bradley n craven-hoarll hasoseciired tha tcrvkfs rf a Aa executor, I desire torell all this property. with the wind of the east nnd northeast !it.i!nss Bar I am empowered by tho will to make deeds to it. bor and prrH.H latum out or tlou. up only In the spring to this unknown regioi tan J coward ?nd poltroon. Kaspectively, S13, Ith Street, whtcu have bjeu found in every expedition A flno chance Is'now offered to tbjia dcsirln; iu iuo uisiitn o jw ci in Jii 8ii Ml An. Mr ahon Is centra u ,n return in the fall with their young, esUb "S. 8. Myehs." uuiuvaui luf taiuii'Hia lx r to in tint region to bo the prevailing wind. - - ror lull particulars addreia my Attorney, II. T a Jlenvf es t am nrei). t l itt i'x tlif Wtaren'a ' bann" llshes biyon I doubt that thU hud is of a wool, Lancaster, ky,, or Ilia undersigned at Stan i .f .young i,i,iti'j u a iu.tTinr tiuir intlHntv a Again to the north of Melville Islands and B jth tho ocean callo linea of tha Ben1932m. ford. Kr and of Stan- mild climate, sufliciently so lo support ve; J. 31. Villi. Il'S. . "OV1 " V'.? Is'jrlh Cornwall, i. was found by CommandMOSm r nett Mackey Cable Company ars broken. " X"T rf'pectfullr fcxecutur. ,'wir" solicited "ru"l!'!u' Ki.ya. er K chard the prevailing winds were from etation, made so mainly by the check to the At Pola, Austria, the ground tinder the the north and northwest, blowing towards gulf stream, waeu heat is given oil, as in amphitheater sank and the building went ilrit-uundor almilar in from view. Vapors the are if the greateat cold and was. much the cae of Great ascend from the fl leoces. MT VERNON, KY. Lucintf Youno. warmer than the wind from the south and chaem opened. southeait, omlng aa they do from there A destructive fire is raging in the ce SiRAKOEn Than timioN. It is said n ThU old and Hotel it allll main. 2113XCnA3rT TAII.VK, gion of the north pasee over the warm that "one-ha- lf the world does not know dnr brakes on the river, in Texas. talnlugiu fine reputation Chargo reasonable Special attention to the trarelln public. body of water in the northeast branch of now me otner nan lives ' Two esses are Twenty thousand acres of timber have a', P. XElFCOJIIt, Pro'r, the Bearing polar current, continuing on latolr reported which show that strange ready been destroyed. I hare recelTe-- and atlll recelrins Mt. Vernon, Ky, toward the pole of greitoit cold. Similar thiii,( happen in this world, In the diPeter Slaellenbirgei, of Harlville, OjIo obiervatlons hare bien taken in the north vorce cise ofSMnau vs. Stinau, now on trial of Siberia. Tbe current around the north in Cincinnati, it was developed that Mrs. killed a fat cow and found in her stomach Comprising the bast tn the market, which will br of Greenland U met by a branch current Charles J. Stinau, wife of a rich jeweler, a butcher knife seven inches long, with a Qotton Up in 8tylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country from around the hammock barrier, to the lived in the same city, the mistress of two koan odge and a sharp point. It had lacer north of Grinned Land, deflecting it down homes at the same lime. She knpt bouse ated tha coating ofiboatomach a llttlo, but. Give 3Io Trial. the hillovred-o- ut cout of northwest Green- on Walnut 1I1IU for her husband nn Mrs. the cjw had seemsd none the worne for it land and augmenting it in force, produces a Mrs Stinau At Avondale, three miles Tno knifa had basn misting sinci last Sepstrong southerly current through Ribbon away, she was known as Mrs. Gibson. Sho tember, when it was probably fed to the " COMPbNY Channel. This current in Dr. lUeeel' obaer spent her nights on Walnut Hills with her cow with potato peelings, (H J' va'.ioni ou catering Sound ws husband, nnd her days at Avondale with According to the statements of a Chicago Hi' found to ba one and a half to fire mtlea per her lover. Onco she pretended to go to leather dealer, the finest quality of so called hour; Iravoling on it meets the tide from Norfolk to see rolatives, and was cone sev- Itussla leather la now successfully imitated Ratiin'd Btv about C'jpe Fraser or Sibio; a eral months, but she had beeu at Avondale. by a firm of Pailadelphi a morocco tanners, rt' VJnHiTJrs portion shunted oft from tha southwest She finally deserted her husband and he who, after years of oxperinaeat have suci Si trend of the eut c;at of Lincoln saa, ptsaej sued for a divorce, when the facta were ceeded in imparling the peculiar odor of the brought out through openings north, tceets the tide in genuine article to their product. The bo Wellington channel, as the 11 jod in Ilium Henry G. Davis, of West gus leather is made (from kid and sheep-akio- s Strait is (roil thseas', with a rise of two Virginia, now worth $20,000,000, and who LEXINGrTON",KY. feet, a is also the cue in Jones Strait, In will yet be the richest man in the country, 'Hoy, ia that dog dangerous?" be asked, that portion of the Arctic basin to the north was a braketu n on the Baltimore & Ohio a (en year(ild bjjr who had a uppy in hU of Spitzbergin und Frai z Jveeph Land the railroad just before the war broke out. arms. "I dunno sir, aa 1 onlj bought him direction of tho current in lo the southward I'hrea persons concerned In the at a half hour two, but I cm tell you I atu a and southeaoi, with the cocelantdrlft of ice tempt on the Czar's life ham h r n hanged dangerous chtractsr tnyseW when I i;et aw in l direction, ae Parr; foiiLd in hits ?j and a larje number of offijers srresteJ. "ETery sick guarantsed to glre atlsfacllon.'u ful mad." WE-iai&SXtf, i 1 asnEsv- lJEll SPRING CLOTHING." vis-iti- n- Considering the quality of our clothing and tlie prices affixed we think this department is in better condition for the purchaser than ever before. We claim the n e .ii.t per-cist- ent 1 ted Lin-coi- g 1 And will have it if fresh goods and low prices will induce you. We give exclusive attention to this line and a general stock cannot interfere with advantages we are bound to have. Post yourselves and then see us. CLOTHING & SHOE TRADE mmwm n. wemwam ze MIMIBHEItY. 1 Harrow-producin- g L er-ceii- ire OrFICEHSs - ft J, For at a at ITOK YOUR ATTRK'i'miY SOrCITED. SS?wsinv I dry-goo- Store-room- fMwmml iti -ll WALLACES ed LOUISVILLE, KY. I ( "' I EWCOMBB HOTJBft will se H. o. js B.-az- 1 J. 1 New Goods for Spring and Summer i I Wall Paper, CREAM , & MHo& h-C Furniture, or Oases, Caskets, Bobes K. tfc-i- Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. Bu J -- anford. IJM I rfV fx S.l1 ' !fc.j5 s. .. t w -- ft j - A .. Jkli J ""IHSEE -- r .S JStSr - - - : - r--s; r!- - Dr. md I Stanford, Ky, April 5 1887 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For the LrgUUture, Dll. J. D. PJBTTCS, Of Crab Orchard. M h t I i; Tile national uetu !& cash in treasury April 1 was $1,318,223,558. Mayor Claude M. Johnson, of Lexing DEATHS. ton, hae ambitions to be lieutenant governBev. Nathan Taylor, father of Goveror Fire at Clarksvllle, Tennessee, Sunday, nor Taylor, of Tennessee, died at his home rfpAtmTful 25 buildlnes. Lots estimated at in that State Friday. Mrs. Mary Kieth Green, the mother $230,000. editor, Thomas M. One thousand pensions were issued of the largest number ever Issued Green, died at Maysville, aged 90 years. Thursday; the The noted poet, John G. Saxe, died at in ono day. It is stated in Washington that the Albany, N. Y., last week, aged 70. For ten President will call an extra session of Con- years he had been an invalid from softening GltOCJHlt, of the brain. gress Oz. 1. Capt. Thomas G. Moore, of Crab OrThe po4toffic9 at Cirrollton has been MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. taken from the 4thclasa and mvio a Presi chard, a prominent turfman, died Friday at after several of pneumonia his home, dential office. Senator Brown, of G2orgia, saye there weeks illness, He was just a few days CoNTRorz.R Durham continues to hold are 5,000 men in that State who ride on over 70 years old and was an Irishman by N. POTATOES, his eagle eye upon all accounts against the railway passes. birth, inheriting that tense of honor so government and you can bet your last nick He owned The new third assistant postmaster characteristic of the ONION SETS, DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. el not a dollar will ecaps from the treas- general, Henry Harris, of Georgia, haa as- manv noted flyers in his day and was conJohn Yeiser, Hr., a protnient citizen of ury with hie ? ay so in payment of a fraud- sumed his duties. sidered good authority on all turf matters ulent claim. Judge Hanmond, who was shot and killed For some time Capt. Moore has been engag. Boyle county, died Friday night, aged nearPoor little Jane Scott assigned to hold a sp;cial term of the U. herself at Flat Bock, Ind., because her ed in writing a history of the turf, which ly 89 years. My PotatocH are all IS'cw York A. P Wilson has sold out his stock of 8. Court in the southern district of Oaio consin wouldn't marry her. He we suppose will shortly be published. groceries to B. F. Beeder, who will carry on fttoclc Hurt coiihIh( of I'nrly ISosc, tent in an account in which the words "et John Tunney, of Chicago made 00 leaves a young wife and five children, two cetera" occurred. That was too indefinite horseshoes in one hour, 12 minutes and 1& or three grown. The funeral occurred at the business at the same stand. I'cerleHM, IStirbuiilt and Hcauiy A "Degree," which all printers must for the controller and he demanded a re- seconds, beating the record. Crab Orchard Saturday afternoon. sooner or later take, was conferred on a ofllcbrou, vised account, when it was tound that it Col. Bob Ingersoll was admitted to RELIGIOUS. young man connected with the Iribune ofetood"for drinks, ehine, shaves and news- practice at the New York Bir Friday have a Hpleutlltl of papers." It is hardly necessary to add He declined to be sworn and affirmed in Bsv. P. Q. lom will preach at Hall's fice, Saturday evening. The ceremonies Garden Need, liollt In bnlk d that the claim was not nor will not be stead. Gap caurch next Saturday afternoon at 3 are said to be solemn and imposing. Clerks say that when they apThe Illinois House hae pasted a bill o'clock. government cannot undertake In paporH, embracing; all tho paid. The to keep a judge shaved nor is it absolutely making it unlawful to hunt or kill prairie have been added to the ply to Auditor Hewitt for compensation alTwenty-fiv- e bent varieties. chickens, quail or pheasants for a term of church since Bevs. Evans and Hopper be- lowed for copying assessor's books, that Mr. necessary that it keep his boots blacked, Auditor Hewitt smiles pleasantly and hm All kooiIh Hold at rcaitenablo and as for his whisky the controller will five years. gan the meeting In Loulsyille. A curly grained walnut log, which Free-WiBaptists of America re very little to say and that if he is inclined entirely dried up inside before he see him The prlccii. will permit a cent of the nation's money to was sold for $900, paesed through Ashland, port 82,323 members, an increase during the to pay them he does not do it. Mark lUrdln, Ut of MonUctllo, Or k. days since, en route to Prof. William L. Yerkes, of Paris, waa go toward slaking his thirst. Bight you Boyd county, a few year 4.606; 1,542 churches, and 1,291 in town several days last week, visiting his are, Judce, and we prohibitionists intend to Louisville. minister. Bruil, at Avoca, Wis., poisoned his There will be a Sunday School Con- father, brother and other friends. Mr. Fred stand by you till the last armed foe exfamily are spending a few wife to get the $10,000 insurance on her pires on the latter proposition. vention at Monticello, beginning next Lazarus and life, but the prospects are that he will be Thursday, when our talented young friend, dayn with friends in Louisville. The venThe president baa called for a list of the hanged instead. a every feeble F. F. J. O. Saufley, will deliver the welcome ad- erable Judgehealth. Fox ia inIt, M. Fisher is presidential poatofficea from which the rasMrs. condition- - of It is officially annouced that Mr. Wil- dresscals have not been turned out, with a view, liam Alfred Eellond has been appointed Bev. Sidney Strong, a Congregational- - very ill. Mrs. Theodore Llnney, who has it ia said, of making the last Manager of the 1st from Nebraska, preached a good sermon been very ill, is now convalescent. Assistant to the General walk the plank. This is good Louisville and Nashville railroad. . of them at the Presbyterian church Sunday ia the The meeting at the Baptist church, news indeed, though there is but little reaA collision occurred on the Michigan absence of Bev. A, S. Moflett, who was call- conducted by Bsv. F. D. Hale, still continson to complain of the president in the Central railroad Saturday, near Springfield, ed to Georgetown. Bev. L. H. Blanton, of ues, with 23 additions up to the pretent. matter. There are 2,340 offices of which resulting in the death of two brakemen and Central University, preached at night. Announcements have been made for every JOB F. WATEnS. he has the appointment of postmaster and the total wreck of 26 cars and two engines. JOHN P. DAVIO. The man who can chase his hat two or day and night this week. The meeting at since hie accession to the presidency he has The fact that cholera has made its ap- three square?, with his sweetheart looking Scudder's Academy, west of town, closed changed all but 200 of them. Again wo pearance at Panama, and that quarantine at him and not "cuss," but on the contrary Sunday night. Up to Saturday night there say, don't you give Cleveland out. He may has been instituted against it at El Paso, wear a eeven by uinesmilo of christian res were 43 confessions, 17 of the 43 up to tho not be eb rapid as some of tho spoils lovers Texas, will cause some uneasiness through- ignatlon, aa Brother John Bell Gibson did present connecting themselves with the would wish, but he's juBt as sure to get out this country. -8unday, has got more religion than any two Baptlet church here. Dooior In- there bb rolling cfl a log. There ia no betIn a fight near Hemphill, Sabine coun- of the 12 apostles had. Tho boys who were before the police ter democrat in this country than Orover ty, Texas, between Captain 8cott and his A letter from Brother Barnes, dated at court for shooting in tho lot adj lning tho e, Cleveland and no better man in every res- State rangers and Willis Conner and bis McComb City, Miss,, March 31, reached us cemetery, the lot being within the town pect anywhere upon this terrestial sphere. sons, three of the Conners and one of the too late for this issue. He has recovered imits, wer not fined $10 for every shot fir-eas the ordinance directs, but were from his severe illness and gone back to bis In his speech sentencing the wife mur- rangers were killed. -after being told that they would be W. M. Clements has appointed work. The letter tells of his wrestle with derer, Kaelin, to the penitentiary for life, Saturday, Judge Jackson expressed the sen- manager of all the linea of the Baltimore the demon pain, and of his final yield to required to pay $1 each. Toe boys have a musnotion that the whole thing is a joke, as the A Big Stock of Brand New Goods and "quick sales and small profits" is timent of every man, who wishes to see a & Ohio east of the Oiio river and Cipt. W. partaking of euc'a human remediei as oil and quinine. But law is not enforced against them, and after our motto. Tho imtrongo of prompt paying customers, only, is stop put to the carnival of bloodshed that W. Peabody. late of the Ohio & Mlssisiip-p- i, tard plasters, ontor manager of all west of that river. you shall wait to read the letter in full in a fe days the shootiog and banging will in Very respectfully solicited. has ever and is still disgracing the State, all probibility bs resumed, to the great dan The attention of the lades especially is called to our large lino of beantifnl Another accident from the careless next naner. when he Baid, "I am one of those who think UNCOLNCOUNTY. cer and annoyance of the people living in HUSTONVILLE, Glassware. that death is the only proper punishment handling of firearms resulted in Lexington. that vicinity. for murder." Continuing he said: "In One of her "most respected citizans" play Mr. Bindolph seemed to preach under An odd sort of party, who gives the passing thia sentence I am not giving you fully pointed a JMobert ritla at his servant special inspiration Sunday last. name of White, was found shout a week Instead of this, I ought to be irl and sent a ball crashing through her your de4trts. The most interesting item communicaago br Dr. Brown, of Parksyille, lying in a pronouncing the judgment of death. As it brain. The President has com missioned Fair- - ble this week is: The CO per cent, of the is, expect no pardon. It ia your fate, a fate child, of New and is ready nelpless condition tn a straw stack near York, to succeed Manning, school fund haa been received that town. He was, and still is, unable to too good for you, to paw the remaining of New York, as Secretary of the Treasury, for claimants. walk, and either ntnnot or will not give an years of your miserable life within the hard and Maynard, of New York, to succeed The big April fool canard, touching an account nf himself. Dr. Brown gave him walls of a prison, without the expectation Zoo sold Fairchlld, of New York, as Assistant Secre- alleged spree of the elephant at the something to eat and sant him here, that of frerdom until death shall bring it to tary of the Treasury. some of our strictly temperance population the county might take charge of him. " Kentucky needs moro Judge Jack-sod- r yon Mrs. AngUB Cameron, wife of rather cheaply. Judge Lee, of the county court, sent him to to inculcate the doctrine of a life for a Mies Arie Bishop iB getting up a boom States Senator Cameron, attempted to Sleinber-ge- r, life, instead of so framing their instructions dyeing the boardinrhone of Mrs. 8 A drown herself in the river at Lacrosse, in bleaching and pressing hats, on Walnut street, where he is at presan to befuddle a jury into hanging if an Wisconsin. Mrs. Cameron has been a trimmings, &3. Economy favors the enter ent. When asked his age he says he is 70 acquittal is out of the question. for some years, and her afllictiona have prise and will encourage it. years old, althoujh from his appearance he Midway Clipper Bot oil the best unseated her reason. Our hospital reports are still encourag cannot be over 50. He says be haa spent The Two freight trains collided at Corinth, ing. Mrs. Musum, sister of G. W. Byan, the greater part of his life at sea and that April fool that we have noticed. It said that the L. & N., in view of the fact that it Miss , Friday, killing engineer Kahl and haa returned to her home in Virginia, he once lived on Bettie'd Inland, wherever her brother as convalescent. had mde much money out of (he people fireman Christleburg, and injuring several does not know bis first name, week is said that is. He The ea!e atloreland last along the line and the further fact that the other railroad men. The bodies of Kahl or If hedoei he will not tell it. Harrods-bur- g Is still selling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvementitha, 'Interstate Commerce bill was soon to go in- and Christleburg were burned, together to have been rather quiet. Mr. Elwarda' is the last place he remembers being s dostintd to make it much m ore popular than it has ever been, haa rented the farm to the Messrs. Smiley. at before Dr. Brown found him. Ho wears to effect, had determined to give everybody with fifteen box-carDon't buy a pump until you seethe BUCKET ELEVATOR, 'and"forrout Tho increase of assessment of the Mrs. Moreland retained the dwelling-house- . who wished it a last free ride and had fixed; JEWEL! and ECONOMIST woolen undershirt with the number "13" ting boxes buy the 8ECTI0N CUTTER. a Prof. W. C Grinstead, of Danville on the breast. His Friday last aa the day for the graod excur- property of the state is more than ninety- lgs and feet were very RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK ST0VE8, &c. 8unday. I sion without money and without price. five millions over 188G Thia increase of gave our place a short visit AIbo a general lino of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Flue til-in- e, much swollen when first brought to Mrs. gathered the assessment will yield an increased reve. have secured the valuable eervices of himHundreds of unsuspecting people &o. Stienberger's, but under the gocd nursing 1 at the depst to take the first train that nue of $446,942.13, of which tho school self and Prof. 8tarkey, of Indiana, to con- he has received and the medical attention W. II. McKINNEY, NKIMNQEK. f duct our teachers' institute the second week of Dr. J. C. Bogle his physical condition AUGUST came along, and when it finally dawned on fund will receive nearly $250,000. While Stephen Littleton and John J. in AugUBt, their minds that it was April 1, they could has improved generally. The citizens of the Pleasant Point rehardly be restrained from giving Godson & Cahill were asleep in a livery Btable at consoliMrs Abigail 8. Tilton, of Bockingham Williams, the editors, a last free ride on a Trenton, N. J they were assaulted by gion held a meeting last 8aturday, Bice Blakelv, a disreputable character, dated two feeble dlstricte, resolved to build county, N. II., is the last pensioner on the rail. foithwith and manifest a list of the Beyolutionary war. Her husLittleton had his head split open by a Bchool-hous- e The new liquor law adopted in Maine to hatchet and Cihill received a serious wound a for reformation whioh looks very much band served as a soldier in that war, and zeal go into effect on the 18th, is the most strinfrom a pistol. like the harbinger of success. It is to be she is paid $104 annually by the Stats of enacted. Under it the sale even gent ever DKALXU3 The Cincinnati newspapers have noti- hoped the spirit of improvement in this New Hampshire and $192 by the United of a glasi of elder is made punishable by fied the railroads with which they important direction will rapidly gain States Government. She is over 100 years have most fine and CO days imprisonment, while the Drugs, Books, Stationery and dealings that in consideration of tho with- strength, and an energetic effort will be old, intoxicating drinks is vending of more Mason. Hoge & Co., railroad contracFancy Articles. drawal of free passes all and made all along the line to utillzs the mesne made almost a capital offwse. Tnat's right railroad notices will be charged for as hand. Near $10,000 is annually tors, have put 300 men to work on the other we have at PhTilclani' prrlptloiu accurately compoundwJ. we believe in going the whole hog or none. business Alio advertisements, and tickets at reg- distributed for common schools in our West Point and Stephensport eection of the stuff most be The traffic in the damnation county and it is the part of every patriotic Louisville, St. Louis & Texas railroad. Mr. ular rates will be accepted in payment, made odious Gless-eye- d Charley Henderson, the fel- citizen to bob that it ehall yield the beat Mr. Fawcett, President of the road, says he will have 4,000 men a work upon it within is all a mistake about Gen. Wo! ford low who laid in the Danville jail so long, possible returns. I nm aware that it Is anything but pol four weeks. This company has just had a The Largest Stook of Watches, Olooka, to talk about going into the nowepaper business. The and finally got oil with a hung jury, failed the soundest mortgage to the Central Trust Co,, of New Jewelry and Silverware Spectator, of his town, has been bought by to appear at Shelbyville when his case itics and speculation, but still and as no one signed tho there under a similar chargo was called, policy, the wliest investment of any nation York for $2 800,000 recorded in Hardin Ever bought to tnl market Prices Lowor than J. K. A. Strango the iiwit. Watchw, Clocki ana Jewelry iw- salutatory, outsiders jumped at the conclus- and his money bail of $1,500 was declared ia to see that it people, Us whole people, county, with which to pay for the building palled on iboit notice and Warranti . of the road. forfeited, It is said that be haa skipped. iiigmou, are faithfully and jiiuiciuumy ion that the general had turned editor well-known Three years ago Cornelieon in order to degrade and disgrace a judge of one of our highest courts and believing that he could do so with impunity, cowhided Judge item, who laboring under the mortification of the act took his own life, when he should haye taken that of his assailant. After a long delay, Cornelhon was finally tried and sen fenced tu p'ty a floe of one cent and the costs and to undergo an imprisonment iu the county jail of Montgomery for three years. The case was appealed to a specially appointed superior court, which reversed the decision. It was then taken to the Court of Appeals by the Commonwealth, and in December last the judgment of the lower court was affirmed, whereupon Ct nelicou filed a petition for a rehearing. This rehearing hns at I ait been overruled by the same court and now after etaving oil his punishment far too inadequate for his diabolical deed, Cornelison having gotten to the end of his rope, must go to Jul or fly, though n rope around his neck and hi body dangling in mid air would better fit the deserts of his case. the democrats yesterday for the legislature, ia a thoroughly capable and quallfiad min, a democrat of the true at blood and a gentle man whom the people will unite upon with enthusiasm when the know hla truo worth. He makes no pretention to oratory, but he can say to an audience what he wishes to ay and in good terms at that, A strictly temperate man, he ha always adrocated temperance and we learn that he was the first man to bring charges under the prohibition law against an offender at Crab Orchard. He is rery highly thought of at home and said in his speech that if he did not carry his precinci by 100 majority he would hardly accept the office if elected. A good man, a true man, with no suspicions of mugwumpery, but a plain, ereiyday democrat, we believe that the party will unite upon him and elect him by a triumphant majority. MOTES OF CURRENT J. D. Prncs, who tiu nominated br was elected chairman Commerco Commission. The Louisville & Nashville Ballroad Company will soon have strung upon their lines 34 blast furnaces. There are 21 furnaces being built, and 13 have but recently been completed. The business failures in the United States for the three months ending March 31 were 3.007. against a.utw in the same quarter last year. The comparative liabilities were: 1887, $32,101,000; 1886, Cooley Judge OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. of the Inter-Stat- e Lancatter. Arbor Dy was not very generally observed here, only a few trees being planted . Orer CO resorved seats have been sold for the New Orleans Minstrels, which ap pear here Wednesday evening. Mis Leila Price haa returned from Texas. Mr. William Burnside and son, Bobert, of Wichita Falls, Texas, are visiting relatives in town. Logan & Brewer's popular salesman, Mr, W. B. Marrs, was unlucky enough to let a heavy iron grating fall on his foot, mashing that member seriously. Bev Beagan, of Buena Vista, preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and enning. His subject in the morn ing was the Origin of the Sabbath; in the evening on the Observance of the Sabbath. A young man named Arnold, from the lower edge of this county, was drunk and disorderly in town Friday and when Marshal Hamilton went to arrest him, resisted vigorously. He was fined $8 in the police court Saturday morning. Clayton Bay and Sam Sutton, the two negroes charged with furnishing prisoners means to escape, were triel before Judge Walker Friday and discharged, the evi dence against them not being sufficient to warrant the judge in holding them over. The Indian Troupe gave its last per formance at the Hall Friday evening to an audience which occupied every chair In tho houne and covered all the windows, ladders Standing-rooand boxes to be procured. was at a discount before the performance was over, lne troupe left for l chmond .Mon day morning, where they will remain four weeks. Tiie only Indian left in town now are "Big Injun" Bothwell and "Modoc Chiel" Eason. WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, WALL PAPEFt AT-- - $29,-681,00- 0. EVENTS. Commissioner of Internal Bevenue Miller has ruled that collectors ehall not employ or retain more than two members of the same family each family to be re garded as including all its relations by blood or marriage. The Buckner men confi lently announce that the"Man of War" will be easily nominated on tho first ballot, yet every time anybody msntions Harris' name they wriggle and howl as if they were scared to Loudeath. There is a discrepancy here. isville Post. M'ROBEKTS& STAGG'S I. R. WALTON, Y. SEED true-bloo- I nr ll r-- Dr. n WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. ---- bn MAIN STREET. STANFORD. KY. OLZTVIEIR, PLOWS! euf-fer- w. ix. niGGirv s. fc'alt-iaji- PHARMACISTS, l- mmlite r ! time-table- s It JEWELERS. ' mimSm litiWN' m-- )i. -- 2di 5 New aX lot of Spring goods H, ut receired cull and examine. H.Bhanks. Stanford. Ky., B. O. WALTON. - April 5, ; Ml Miss Suwadic Deazley wilt haye a at $1,650. Mn. H. F. Baldwin, Supervisor on the grand opening of her spring millinery on LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Thursday, Friday andSiturday and lnvltei Knoxville division of the L. A N , has been on tbe Pensacola & appointed Road-mastMall train going North....,..,............-- .. 3 10 " the Iadiea to come and inspect. 10 T,u. t .. m -it Uouhu(..i , 1 M to Atlantic Railroad and leaves at once for ..- -Etprese train" Mouth,....,,... Til En E was a shooting scrape between bis new field of labor in the South, -aw " Norb-....-- ... TtaaawOTo Is aletilaUd on standard time. Botir the Nances and the Ilewee tbe other night ! about 20 ralnutM lastar Bio Sales. It will surprise his friends but we could not get the heads or tails of . C. LOCAL TIME CARD. to learn tbat W. II. Higgins has sold his of the mattor. Tbe grand ary will Inves-tigagrocery store and good will to Dr. B. G. Trains learo ltowlaud at 5 and 7.15 a. m. Hor.her and will invoice about the l)tv of Iteturnlng, airltaatOand J:Mr,. The Philadelphia Clothing Agency of May. Dr, Hooker has alio bought the resJohn II. Craig A Co. offers to the trade 484 LOCAL NOTICES. idence of 8. P. 8tgg, on Lincaster street, fabrics for men's suite and trowsers from 7ic Attorney-Genera- l ofTcnncnaee antn: After suffering with Catarrh for fifteen years and spending Landhcth'h Garden Seed at Penny A John Wanatnaker and Jacob Reed's Sons, paying therefor $3,350. The Doctor will greaiueaioi money lor remeuici, i unnMIUtlNgir pro remove with his family here and will be f McAlistcr's. I Ji X nounce your Carbolic flmok Ball thabost t In re eier used either in piece or made into suits in PhilaIt Is the only remedy I erer saw that I bjltero will curs Ca A FUI.I. linn of Qihing Uckle of all kinds delphia. Eich garment guaranteed to fit welcomed by our cltizins. tarrb, and I warmly recommend It to every sufferer. at Penny A MoAllilai'd. perfectly or no sale. LILLAUD THOMPSON, Lebanon, Tenn. The democrats met in convention yeeter Ask your grocer for the Cincinnati and were called to nap at the Court-Hon- se Co.'s cracker and cake. Ruuiwed. Mr. B. F, Eogleman reETT AOVUrriflEMEnTH. W ATCHKH and Jewelry repaired on ahor turned Sunday from Texas with Squire order by Judge Varnon, acting for the Tbe complete troatmeut includes a Debellator pacuge, wblc'ishould be uud In all chronic cases as notice and warranted by Penny A McAlLs George P. Bright, who went oil mysterious chairman of the county committee, J. E a Constitutional Treatment, Is then necessary. One Smoke Ball contains betMen 300 and 400 doses. . Lynn, who explained that the object of the Stan DA HI) ready mixed paint; qualitr ty ten days ago lie is suffering from blood meeting waa to nominate a candidate for Fries $2, Debellator $1. coAL.A;uT1??e?;.Dd(rlaTae A clot on the brain anil does not seem to and durability guaranteed at McHiberta (217 1m) trial. T. L. SUELTUN, Rowland, a the legislature. Masterson Peyton nominaHtagg'. know why he went of! He recollects leavrEXXl'Jb JlcAIAHTEIl, Aiientn, Stan font, Ky. ted Mr. A. K. Denny for chairman and he E. W. JONIS, Agtnt, Crab Orchard, Ky., L. O. QOOCH A PON, Agents, Wayneturg, Ky. HtiMTKita, Attention. Loaded Cart. ing Danville, but the rent is a blank. was unanimously chosen. W P. Walton ! of shot, at Penny A Mo ridge, all h Alletet's IK the County Court yeeterJay Judge was then made secretary, and nominations A oomtlctb stock of jewelry, ImmI Varntn and County Clerk Cooper dczsd being in order, Mr. W F McCiary came IUtIdz ioU my Urtn, I will sell to tho h glieat Udder on itylo. Hockford watches n eitccialtjr. IVn-nythrough a tiresome day, doing nixt to noth- forward and slid that he had determined McAlkt-- r ing. Mis. Kittio Cjllier ejualiGcd m exe- nut to allow his name to come before the WEDXKNDAY, AlK. HO, 1SS7, (Cincinnati New Orloans find Toxas Pacific Railway.) PERSONAL, cutrix of her huibanl, J. D Collier and convention, but instead would present that At my liomaat Turnernllle. all zuy atoclr, farming utenstli, Ac, consisting of 3 horse, 1 pair ol to New Oiian L Mniutto.v, of thi, place, M the aseor' bnoks, which placed Col. T of Dr J. D Pettus, to whom he paid some mules, 6 or 8 good milk cowa tho high compliments, Mr J M. Carter sec most of them bare calve. glioutlS head of ono and P. llill's f.um at a aluo of f 1.300 were been granted a pension. Cnbn, West. steers and heifers, onaahalf Interest onded tho nomination and before the final In a good thoroughbred bull two years old, 25 Pjicttv .Miss IlKu.n Cook, of II US' changed to revl $13,000. head ol good hegs, 1 reaping machine, 1 mower, 1 vote wa taken Judge W O, Hansford told rake. 1 Albion tonWlIt?, in nailing relatives here. wipThe old reliable firm, Bruce A McRob the people in a highly eulogistic speech of ons, all In good umJer.l htrrow. 2 double aet ol- CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. condition, 1 carriage, Mum. (InonuE O Haunkh and MlM harnraa and pols. 1 buggy and harness, plows, gear which uiakei a specialty of clothing, erls, JIKAI) IIOIV.V. ItKAl VV. the high character of Dr. Pettus as a man Ac, about 50 barrels of corn, some meat. wal, Freetaan are vitiling in Richmond. boots and shoes and hats, are in tLe swim TUAINHbOUTH. flUINS NOitTH. and a democrat and he was followed by houM and kitchen furniture, tt acres ol knob land. la Hale to commence at 10 o'clock. Miw Jknnik Good in, of Kirksrille, No 3. o. .. No. 3. this season with the best and fullest stock Judge No. 4. No. 7. No.l. No. 67" No. 8. .STATIONS. ti. a. HOCK Kit. I Varnon instating that if any demo Daily. Dally the guet of Mini Foxle Pennington. TurneraTllIe. Ky. of goods they have ever carried, to which Dally. Ex. Sud. Dally. Dally. Daily. Ex. sun Dally. Daily. to crat had any other man he preferred a Mrs. J. H. IIuTCiMNin and Ml tbey call attention on our first page. You 7 55 a m 4 03p ID 8 10 n mi 7 53 a m VrT G42pniil0 23am' 0 4) a m 5 03pm Dr Pettus to siy so now, or else glvo tbe J a men are visiting in Danville. 4 3G p ml 7 27 a ml 4 25 a ui 2 01pm Ooorgetown cannot go wrong if you trade with them, 10 02 a m 7 05 p in 10 52rml10 51 a in doctor the warm endorsement he deserved. 4 15 p m aX 03 a ml 4 05 a m 135pa xlngton Coi Loui4J.FkA7.be wilt be mina-ge- r 10 K a m 7 33 p ra U20pmlll30a m for they are sure to treat you well and give N'lchola-Tllle3 53 p ml fi 27 a in ft 33 a m 104pra 10 43 am 8 Ol p in 11 41 pm 11 51 a W .... LONDON, KY. The chairman then ssked all who were in at Crab Orchard Springs this season 15 m .... 12 33 p m Harm daburg Junction 3 12 p m t5 47 a m JO a ... 12 28 p a 1! OS a in 8 43p m you the worth of your money. 3 p 11 JO am 8 59pm 12 Ma m,12 47pm Dantllle favor of the doctor being made the nominee in WIZpia i 32 a in' 2 Mn. D T Kacki.eii, of the Adiocatt, F .B.RILEY, Proprietor. 302pin 520ami 2 a tu 120 pm 1133am 9 10pm 12 13 am 2 42 pm ....... J unction Cltr jester-daThe jury In the case of to stand up, when a good number atoe and .Kings Mountain.... Cikctit Couivr. 10 42 am wai the only neripaper man here 3'upni ,.. ...Somerset..., 2 27am 4 20pm 133 pm, 120am 9 50am Tliorotigtily Itcnovntcil mid Hefitr-nlsli- 12 50 pm L. B Carter for'lhe murder of Tom Moore, no one standing when the reverte of the 10 43 am1 tuOOp m 6 05 a m ...... ..OakJale 530 am 7 30 a m 353pm throughout. rirt.clu I'nro G lSptn 8 23 a ml...... 823 am 7 10pm ....Chattaniijt.. Mrs. Joe Seveiiance went down to at.Mt. Vernon, reported at 11 o'clock Friday question was put, he declared the nomina- find 12 50 a m 5 10 p m 1015 a m .....Uirminghatn iilcjrit 1 30 a m ronnonnhlc prices. Ma Sever-anc- e, tbey could not agree and were dischargunanimous. A committee consisting trnlrm met by polite Iny nml tion that 9 52p ra 9 11 pm Eutaw,... 504 a m 620 am Lebanon bVurday to fee Mr. John Fortern of thin 740 pm C 40 p m 12 30 a m .......Meridian...., 3 15 a in ed. It is understood that they stood seven for of Judge Varnon and R C. Warren was popular House. In very ill of dropsy. who 7 35 ami 10 40 i m Orleans.., 800pm 300a m Rev. and Mm. F. 8. Polmtt hare gone acquittal and five for a short term for man sent to notify the doctor of his nomination. 12 53 a m 2 33 am .......... Meiidian slaughter. It will be remembered that lie appeared and made a very neat lit.vicksburg -- . 730 a m 731p m to Ma oa ouunly to remain during the 13 45 p m 6 .........Bljrereport, , am Cuter waa acquitted at the last court for tle speech of thanks and pledged himself on the Methodist church, 7 10 p m 7 50 a m -- T. P Junction . MAIJtST., MCIIMOMI. KT. H Adams and hie handaome kilting Jack Moore at tho same time and to bear tho banner of his party till the close Mn J. No. OlearesOakdaledallyexcipt dually. tl3t)a. m, Arrlring at ChatUnuji at 9.15. No. I B. leayca Chattanooga at 3.03 r. ., arrlyin j at O ik lile at 6 I J p. u. wife, of Louisville, who bare been visiting under the same circumstance. The case of the polls at tbe August election, when he Mann Boudoir Buffet Sleoping Cira on all through trains. a good Table for three days. Mr. wa sure of coming out winner. The conFor her father, Mr. T. M. Llllard, returned had occupied the court And clean and well furnished rooms, this Hole! JOHN C. OAULT, Oen'l Mamger, H COLLBR4.N, Oen'l Frt.A Paw. Agt., Carter was readmitted to ball and returned vention then adjourned home yesterday. has no superior. Uood raraple rooms attach!). It-- CARROLL, Oea'l Hupt. R. X. KYAN, Asit. Gen'l Frt. A. Past. Agent. 2ul-l- y 12 00 per day. Caiiley Cox, who ha been engaged in to bis home in Rockcastle the same day. W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ry. LANO. STOCK AND CROP Friday was given over to the trial of the Williamsburg for eometlme, paeeed down to General Offices. Bt. Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Oslo. Ad Catron bought of John Horton a Louisville rmterday to take a position witb case of,;W. B. Wright againit the CincinnaPEARSON & CLARK, ti Southern railroad. Some time ago a fine brown gelding for $500. INTESX- Arthur Peter A Co. pueeager train dashed into the buggy of Bam M. Owens bought of J. W. PowJuixie 0. K. Kinc.ud, the lireiieat males for $300. in the business, ii in Louisyille Mr. Wright, in which he and Mr. W. 8 ell a pair of Harry Wilkes lowered his record of bidding bia friendagood bye before tearing Wighata were riding, near Milledgeville. LEXINGTON, KY. The horse waa killed and tbe buggy 2:14 to 2.13) at Sin Francisco Saturday. for Europe to spend the summer. Mn, Jamcu T. Cxaio returned Sunday throws 70 feet and broken into kindling E. C. Montgomery sold to John Trapp, 13 A 11 West Main i203-l, Mr. Wright and Mr. Wighata were of Dayton, Ky., a pair of 10 hand mutes from California, whitber he took bU titter, wood. Mn. R. W. Lilian!, who i improving In both hart and the suit was for $5,000 dam- for $270. LAUNDRY, Judge Mann bought ten broke mules STANFORD that delightful climate. Jim took on many age. It waa given to tbe jury that even inaing and Saturday tbey reported their pounds of flesh during his trip. STANFORD, KY. from ilutsell A Turner last week for eyPJnyy7yAfStBasaBBMsstBM.3lynyYfi bility to agree and were discharged, stand-ingw- e Carlisle Mercury. Our prices for washing are as toltows: Shlrta 10 LOCAL MATTERS. to Collins per learn, 0 to G for and against some Ms. McDowell, of Fayette, sold to 'J) 13 cents;Hnndkerchl dot. 23 cents; Cuns per dox. fs to 5 cents: Mchi: cents: dtmages. The third trial of Harry Todd Charles M. Reed, of Pennsylvania, hie bay Hhlrta 10 to 2) cents. UnderiA ptilrts 5 cents; Drawers Cheat Fruits at A. C. AlfordV. Scents; Neckties i'i cents; Vtts 15 to 33 cents; V. R. F. Bibb resulted, ai uual, in a hung colt, Alma Tadema, b; Dictator, out of c toll; I'anu a to 73 cents; Socks 3 to 5 Coats cents; Car-- 3 cents; Towels 5 cents per pleco or DoN'r fail to call and see my new eprmg jury. It was tried with 10 jurors and they for $4 000. 5 tents per uoa. c to Ji; uuiiea- lmk ureases stood 6 to 4 in fayor of Col. Bibb. stock. 8. II. Shanks. Befb ron Sale. Half to three quar- Skirts a3 to 73 cenls: Chemlio 10 to SO cents. Family washing done at 33crnts, which Includes Yesterday the civil rtiit aiaimt Moore' ter Italian Etrly Sarm, $2.50 each, gum all hut white shirt, skirts, counterpanes and dress, Gaiiden Br.r.rn of every description at old Colo- rs, which will bo charged 10 cents each. Terms administrator by Dr. Doores resulted ia a furnished at iot. 1 tud A. A Warren's Model Grocery. Cash when Roods are delUered. (Joods will bo called verdict for the full amount claimed by the nies $5 each, with gtiui, Apply to H H. for and drllrercd frco of chance. f .l FARISS & WELLER. Proprietors. KLI8IIA Kidd has been appointed post doctor. Green Ctei wa then put on trial rtronatigh, Crab Oichard, Ky. fjr shooting Walker Green in ISSl, and he master at Kidil'a Slure, Casey county. An oflei of $25,000 for the California was given one year in thepenitentiuy. This stallinnOuT WIIkr.2:15J by Bwton par ! BAtinr.Tr'i Cincus will do nil the towns Will nlwuys on linutl a lurue anil Helect liuu or Furni. Is the lire l conviction oi importance line tie1, was refused not lung ago. Guy Wilkes along th 1C. C. beginning about April 15 court. (tire nml Hinlertiiker'H Gnnln. Jtlj prices will be as loir Htick will make a stud season this year and then Tbeunjcrslgncd Administrator, with tho will Koods can be bought in tlic cilieH. fJive me a (rial and yon In be fitted to beat his record Paris News. annexed ol Pendleton Jenkins, deceased, will, on Amekt tiik Cowiiidino TmiBATd. The report that the Portnun Houee was will bo convinced lliat ncll lower tlmu the lotteM. ' about to change hand, is, we are tild by reporting the proceeding against Mr S. S. Countt Couiit The forenoon of yes- WEDNESDAY, AI'HIL, . 1SS7, p1 Squire Portmtn without the leait found- Myers for threatening to cowhide our es- terday waa so rainy and disagreeable that At lto residence of said decedent. In Lincoln teemed friend, the gallant Col, W. O Brad but little business was done. Csp. Hush county, KT.,onlhs Hustonrllle A Stanford pike, ation. two tulles from the former place, expose to publey, a slip of the pen made in my that he reports 200 s:rnb cnttle on the market, with lic The public school taught by Mr. W F was taken before Judge Morrow. Tho fol- prices at '? to 3 35, No honea or mules Ing Mle to tbu hlKbcst and best bidder, the follow described property, McCiary cloed Friday, but he will begin a lules,32-ycar.ol- d 1 pair large work Mulcs.l Ilug. lowing sentence, howfever, which stys that sold. ay Uorin, 0 good Milk Cons, 3 yearling stocri, prlvalo fchool of ttu weelcs' seision today C yearling Uellers, Hows and Pigs Fish Cook, of Warren, President of Judge Yaruon held him in fl'00 bond to 9 steer CaWes. at theeauiu place. andsboati, 1 waiter A. Wood mower, Hay Itake, keep the peace, shows so plainly that it was of the State Horticultural Society, eays n waton, Farming Implements, Corn In d and The Court of Appeals has affirmed the an unintentional error that it is only for peaches and plums were all killed by the last Crib, Rockaway, also Househola andWagon, lot of kitchen FurMeat and Lard, itntencj of six year's imprisonment agalrs. the wayfaring man, who is supposed to be cold wave, and that pears were badly damniture. The household Furniture Is Mew and New Carpets, Bruascland of the Finest (Jusllty. Oyster Bill A.f rd formerly of this county a fool, that it is worth while to correct the aged. Strawberries, raspberries, and the Yarn, Ac. ALw Judse Morrow understand like are still uninjured. s'.atetnent. for killing a m.v in Lruiavillo. 10 Shares Hustonville Bank Stock W. Q. Dunn has purchased of Gen, that it waa a mistake and is or ought to be TERMS: Tbe Bale will be nude, on a credit 3 The New Or ems Minstrels are old fa thoroughly satisfied that we would not in Withers, of Fayette, the buy stallion, months lor all sums of (10 and oTer, under that Torites here, and inviug been enlarged and tenlioually misrepresent him or anybody Clay, by Aberdeen, combining the amount Cash. Purchaser to execute notes with payable d improved sfn:e their last ylsit, they will no else, And while we are at it perhaps it blood of the Hambletonlan, Star and Clay good security,payable lato tho underslstiiof and Huston--wlllNational Bank bearing 6 percent. Interest. Terms of salo doubt draw a large crowd to night. If ynu won miht be just as well to disabuse our es- slock. He was here yesterday and property la remoTed. must be compiled with bslore want to ba sun of a good seat secure one at teemed friend, the gallant colonel's, mind many expressions of admiration, T. J. HOUItSfiUX. Adm'r. Isaac Dunn, Auctioneer, & 8lajg' Wore the perftr- McRoberts A M. Robards bought Monday of belief that we were the from the reported The (arm of 170 acne, on which 'PendletoD Jen-kiinstigator, aider or abettor of the proceed- Nichols A Vorhels.of Burgln, 400 barrels resided at tbe time of hla death, if not before the day of the aboreiale, will ings which came eo'near resulting in an ef of old corn at $2 and sold to J H. Crock-sto- be thenrented and there offered for public renting, for tho Attention Veteiunb.-O- a Saturday, d cattle at $25 per head. year 1887. SO acres of saTe for corn and the rest la 25 2 year-oltheOlhof April at 2 r u., sharp, at OJd fort to cowhide him. True we had said well set in grass. Party tenting to hare immediate i aleo sold to J. A. Ilugncly possession, to giro note with good security, payaFellows Hall In Stanford, Hon.T. Z. Mor- in this paper that when a lawyer attacks a Mr. Robards ble January 1st. 1888, and negotiable ia Huston 250 stock hogs at an average of $5.10 per tllle National Dank, At sams time and place thero row, Department Commander, will deliver man's character, without sufficient grounds, terms and the Court does not protect him, he hundred; to Jake Biard 4 car loads to be will be exposed to publlo sale on Jenkinson la which an address, in which he will explain t lisold, personal property of Pendleton delivered In July or August at $195. He thelollowlng uorsea; sasn-Blind- s, the principles of the Grand 'Army of tfao should proceed to protect hicqself in any of William Robinson 8 bead of Two work Mules. 3 yearling Colts by Ed Elmblo Republic All ex Union eoldiera aro invi- manner that comes handy, but we did not aleo bought fitly, by Btone-wa- ll and 1 &c. yeu old cattle at $3.65 per hundred the Jackson, ted to attend. Immediately thereafter a know a word of tbe demand for a retraction 2 everlbe-forebo picked out of a nico bunch of 8 head to Tersoos desiring to rent the farm before tbe day Grand Army Post will be organited. Any until late in the morning of list Thursday, ol isle, will call on Mrs. Jenkina, on thu premises, Myers had procured a black 40. rilarrodsburg Democrat. Union a ddieri wishing to join the aaim. nor that Mr. T. J. ItOMNSON, Agt. or on the undersigmd. Mr. n. J. McRoberts, who clerked at a. as uustonrine, Ky. will have an opportunity of doing so. anake whip to use upon his vlllificr. We effects Saturday, disown any but kind feelings for the colonthe sale of R. R. Gentry' good as We Smith Irwin, M. F. Hulet, G, II. McKin-neX'UaiLIC el and our efforts in season and out of sea- favors us with tho following reporl: Ten committee. as son to secure for him the empty biuble of long yearling sold at $33; CI owes with 67 . Gome see Maimed fok Life. George Barnes, bet- a republican . nomination for governor lamb thrown In, $5.10 a head; milk cons PERSONALTY. fo $202.50; 11 Teiaa VALUABLE ter known an "Poke," who has been miller ought to prove to him that we are sincere $15 to $30; horei $40 for Fanis for somo time, got drunk at Rtw. in our admiration and estimate of him. But horses averaged $25.80; 17 etock Bheep $3.- As Administrator of Adam Carpenter, deceased, II. GREEN, Agt., Hustonville, Ky. land Sunday and finding a soft place on the individuals, alail.like' republics, are some 00 per head; stock hogs $5; sows and pigs I will, at acres of grass rented railroad track near there, laid himself duwn times ungrateful, and the gallant colonel is $18. Forty-fiv- o 0, 1SS7, ON TUESDAY to slumber. At midnight, when the engine a sad example of it. We also find that $3.40, and 40 acres of wheat and rye up after Dispatcher Spink to go on what gave the colonel so grest n eeison of brought $025 per acre. Ten shares Rush Sell to the highest bidder all the personal proper came ty of said decedant The property conslsi 3 of duly, it pa?ed over his hand and wri , unrest, camely his belief that certain citi- Branch pike etock brought $100. Crowd Borne fine Cows and Calrcs, 17 8tcer Olrea, twn-lyflyearling Cattle, twenty stock Hogs, mangling them terribly, ne was also bad zens had banded themselves together to good and sales satisfactory. llorscs, Farming Utensils, Household and kitchwas a yery bad one to show Yesterday en Furniture. ly cut about the head and face. Dr. Eeid make Mr. Myers do the beating and if he 232 FOUIY1II AVENUE, Sale to be at residence of deceased, near Huston-tlltresisted to assesiinate him, ia absolutely horses, but quite a number were on hand waa called, and finding amputation neceasa M, and to begin at 10 A. was crowded all TERMS: On Personalty, 3 months credit on ry, cut oft the arm above the injured part, without foundation in fact. There was a and Nunnelley'e stable security, and Vermont Hamble-Ionia- note with good from sale. payable In Bank will with the ncsistance of Dr. Peyton "Poke" good deal of indignation expressed, both day. Tom RoblnBon'a For rent, money bearing Interest beautiful black with a Cno bepayable Jan. 1, leS8. regard to Col. Bradley and the county a ia a hud working man, but rarely fal'e to In .'..Tf.TOTTfiMi, Adm'r. Powell had his drink too mnch when he gets hold of money attorney's warrant, but we belieye we pedigree was on hantl;E. 8. At the same time and place, as agent for Mis. the btocd Ikttle J. Carpenter, will reut some d alrable grass black with and t lest it has been his undoing. I know our citizens too welt to think that Ericsson, Jr., a noble lots; a'so adjacent to S.-PI- NE coursing through his land,hundred and town, Inonfour Casey (arm. about GOODS 30 arris tbe two fad in the long run to get the best of they would encourage or tolerate bloodshed of the bfBt flyers never I'.M.Y. in the manner charged. McAlister showed Messenger vein?; Robert dl w o Wit continually upon it. a Buolneejs) Manngor. Wanted. -- Matron for Hlinford Female College, next eaton. Must haye experiA over fire mllei of the Stanford, ence and bring in patronage. Alex 8, I'ax-to- n. Dix River, White Oik A Garrard County Turnpike has been let to Dud Conneltey Brazilian, Southern Queen, Bermuda Rid Yam and Jersey Red Seed Sweet Potato! at T.R Walton's. little te m IJ&-kin- g Chief, a stylish red bay, and one of the finest bred horses in the country; J. E. & J. R, Farris' Silver King, a splendid mahogo-n- y bay of excellent form and a natural saddler, was also shown; 0. T. Sandldge'ii Second Jewel, the horse that walks off with all the blue ties at the fairs and elsewhere waa there in all his beauty, Joe Abdallah own ed by J, K. Baughman, and Btood by Smith Baughman,-walooking ip fine trim, aa was Steele Carpenter's Wallace Denmark, a strictly fancy stallion of perfect form and action; Belgium, L. D Garner'. Norman, a massive and well formed animal, and G. C, Given' Kenney Wilkes, a beautiful young boree, had imn Tdmlrer'. Ejbanka and Wilmot showed Abdallah Mesenger; W J. Lyle, Tip Bruc; William Hubble & Son Enoch Arden; R. Gentry & 8on their splen did Gimbitta and Engleman A Firris, the fast trotter, Bluemont. Then there waa Capl. T. A. Elkin's Arthur Sims, a beauty and a thorough-breand S. n. Baugh-man- 's handsome Oongreean and Cleveland. d, After nstog the Smoks Bsll two months writes aa follows: Yillvills, Ask., Jan. 1887. CaauoLioSuoKB Dall Cosiraiirs I hare Uskd your med lclneandcan truthfully aay this: I hare practiced medicine for thirty years, and your Cirbollo Hmoko Hall relieves Catarrh, Asthma, Neuralgia, Croup and Bronchitis more readily than any preparation; and I will aay further, that no phyit-cla- n will or can prepare a remedy that will glie relief as toon aa the Carbolic Smoke Hall for the diseases named In your circular. W. M. NOE, M. D. Louis villi, Feb, : I. Carbolic Snout BallCjupast Gentlemen; I bare been aiuucreriram uauirrn loreigm years; mo symptoms were a fullness about the head, frequently followed with Neuralgic palm. Ilave tried numerous remedies without recelrlng any' benefit. A friend Induced me to try the Hmoke Ball. Tbe treatment has been attendel by mstt satisfactory results. I believe the Hmoko Ball tbe only Catarrh cure, and cheerfully recommend It to all suQVrers Irom Catarrh lam satisfied If1 use! properly It wlllellictapcrmtnent cure. Itctpactfully, E, m. HOOE, With Btratton 4 Terstegge. A PHYSICI AIM. li .rM'.r-- ' J jelico & PUBLIC SAL.E A Queen and Crescent Route. Orleans. Florida, South Shortest and Quickest Line South East, Texas, two-hoi- , 217-l- d Lou-ann- JACKSON HOUSE, . .. y. nt , . 'Jii7-6- re-p- ain WILLIS HOUSE, J. WIIXIS, Proprietor. Wholesale Grocers Street. FUENITURE STORE MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. $1,-45- 0. fpij. El-frt- da, - JlS-lm- PUBLIC SALE hv ' I WEAREN & '" MENEFEE, -- t- two-llo- Iljck-boar- Ab-erde- r. n Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Photons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, .Lumber, Doors, Our Stock of Ve , Picket Fencing, is larger and more complete than hides ,jj from the cheapest to the best. represented. Priceslto All of work guaranteed can sell you as vehicles suit the times. any dealer or manufacturer and for little money. our fine assortment before it is broken. and J. 15-- 1. y, SALE! m WEAREN & MENEFEE. APIL WALSH, THE TAILOR, LOUISVILLE, P. EXCLUSIVELY. e, n, kit. 214-t.- :,. .Mi f fci ittrsi - - ' tA".- - ZrZZ"'- - -- MiJ ZZ WW'siMl"rt n',ivi.,Wfc--;flf- e J,w .. .. tu.arys m a..-y..,- 1 frfrnnnu-.i- t jrt r rr""1 ""iiMTl1MJi?rn'i'MTitrtiriWif .J"":!:; 4w ar TY 1Y ' r r" t''Tfi - . rtwuja v4fiuaftlti?WJ2SSB- - VWW Scmi-8SIM- ii Interior lournal HT. MiV, Kt Jack Wall his none t3 Parkaville, where bo will remi'm f jr soma time. preapar W. T Kciuli n Hong to ip to mirhrt' oUr in . fti'l supply 10 e aoaleJ, enter of spring rjo li. C.te prislns, jovial trader i I larmir, Eramett In addittoi to hia other McCormicV, branches of bium', will sjon be prepared thi tride in Cen to fill all order fjr fi S tral Kentucky. Fraak Wolford ThaldetofGen an editor U tru'y eihlleratinz. to those intimately arfi'iainleil with his peoa Jiirq,i.lifiut.an far t'ut "ivjcatton, and the office of iHm clerk of UiiCitirt of Ap peal. It Ii to bs hoped that the compoiit or who attempt to deoip'ier his manuscript vr:ll not ue "cuai words " We beliere the people in aome cectioni are too hard" on Emtnitt McCormlck fjr even ineintiatin:: doubta in rerd to his trf a'e) ibvi' looking; an on CVrpnter'a mi jiVr .' iickir creek Utflr; HO ptnl i no: an unrea En eonablj m un for nc i i expert 95tt to hixic in ona iliy, Titer hive been onie eickne9 and Utelv. An infant, deaths ia thl aged about 9 in mthn, of Nelson Wi cher Mis E. died of hr'u firtr on ih 20.h bradn Marcum died auddenl a few daya since. Mr. WillUin Stodtfer id down with , C T. Elliott, of Ctrpenler'a pneumo-iucreek, U ni in the lowest etace of min Eld. Iliatt preached at the Christian church Sunday. Mica Rma Crawford, a daughter of James Crawlord, ii lyirg Very low with pneumonia. Three members of the potato club have been expanded on acciunt of their fondness for telling unreasonable yarns, Another ono of Lingham'a liquor caea against Joplin was tried before Judge Smith Saturday and defendant acquitted. Manv aeed "ediblea that crow In b irrs" were passed ofl on the boya, and aoirn grown people here, aa is usually dono at mcs'. placet? on the first ult J W. Brown haa bought the Weber property, now occupied by J. W. Nesbitt. Mr. Webar takes in the trade the house owned by Mr. Brown, diagonally opposite the Court-hous- e. JimesT. Adatm, of Garrard, ia here for a few days. Jeema Dick Chandler, spir-ua- lit nn l a commercial triveler, was an eclating (to) our merchants Saturday. Welch went to Louisville Sunday. Mr J. S. Kjppsrt waa in town Friday from Mullins and aiys their precinct ia 'olid for Simon B J. W. Erown went to Kuoxville Friday. Rchard Welch is in Louisville oa a business and pleasure trip. Mr C. W. Adami don't deny having walked to Brodhead on hia way to the trial at Stanford, but aava he didn't do eo to save 25 cents he used in telegraphing from that point asking whether he should come the ties home ahead or The ladiea of the Mile Society will give a supper at the Christian church next Thursday night, 7(binst , the proceeds to be applied towards paying for the organ now being ued in the Sunday School A good attendance is looked for. "Fihi" left here Friday for Pineville. Be'ore leaving he spoke to our former shorthand student, John Welch, now a stenographer of Louisville, for hia services to take down the evidence In an important trie I tht comes up ahorllv in court at Pine ville. Sq'iire Whitehead, an old citizen of this county has, and a worker too, aged 70, waa in town Monday after firming implements and seeds. He says he) bis never been obliged to buy com bat once and that waa during the war, when the army foraged on him. The school board of examiners were in attendance at the closine of Mr. J. W, Brown's school at Level Green Friday last There were 19 applicants for teachers' cer tificates examined and certificates of differ ent grades granted to them. This is a re markable ahowing for a siog'e school and speaks well of the ability of Mr. Brown an a first clasa teacher. To the Democracy of Rockcastle County: You are hereby requested to meet in in Mt. mass convention at the Court-hou- se Vernon on Saturday, the 23rd day of April, 1S87, at 1 o'clock p.m., for the purpoe of selecting delegates to attend the State Con vention to be held in Louisville oq the 4th day of May, 18S7, to nominate a candidate for Governor to bo vote! for and elected, at the August election, 1837. D N. Williams, Chairman Democratic County Committee. The examining trial of Wiilette Vow-els- , boy. who killed Willie the Lively, aged 14, by stabbing, Itat Monday night, took place Friday before County Judge Colyer, and resulted in an acquittal. We did not hear the evidence, but are told it west to show that the dirk, with which the fatal work was done, had been the prop erty of different boya about lown and they had been in the habit of fooling carelessly with it, striking at each other with the blade open and pressing a spring in the handle allowing the blade to slip back in to it dice without doing any harm, to the par y struck. It seems that young Vowe'a wag only meaning to scare L'vesay in the eame way, but failed to press the spring In time to prevent the sad result. Co'inty Attorrey B. K. Bethurem appeiml for the prosecution and Judge M, II Owalty an G. W. McClure for the defense. Bucklen's Arnfca Salre The belt Salve In the world lor Cuts, Urulsca Another girl at Tom Ilsyr.' Sores, BaltBheuin, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped I have 45 stock hogs for sale. L. B.. Uaudi, Chilblains, Oorui and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Plloa, or no pay required. I, 2l Adama. Mthfictlon, or monoy has a li guaranteed to give perfectpar Logan Haaty, of Level Green, box. For tnl by refunded. Price 25 cent II t.ouud gitl. Pennv 4 MoAHiter. 1 VERNON, ROCKCASJlEClUVTr, ERICSSOIM, JR., tsby Lrlcsson (6 In 2.3011st,) by Mrmbrlno Chief. by Mcmbrino Pay master, dam the dam ol Gollab, 2;30. Ills sons aired 22 and his daughters are the dims 0fl8 In the 2:30 list. Ericsson la half brother to Krlc, record ot I:M old and sold to Hubert Jlouner as at a four-yea- r that age lor 110,000. Itodoc, by old Pilot, sire ol Pilot, Jr., 1st dam by (1! In 2:S3 list) Pilot sired tbadamsof Jay Lye bcc,2 1U; Maud 8. 2.18, Nutwood 2 If" J and 21 lu tho 2.80 list. Membiluo Chief sired Lady Tnoru Woodford llrignoll Membrino I'.Wi, Flsk'a Mambrlno Chief 2.2H. T Henry 1.MH, Membrino 2.UK, Membrino Pilot lsr 2 27, What Can Be Done By trying again and keeping up 'ccurtge many thlngi seemingly linposslblt may be attained. Uundreda of hopeleu cues ol Kidney and Liver f a Complaint bare becn',;cured by Electric Bitten, after evervtblng elte had been tried la vain. 8o don't think there ti no cure far you, but trv Electee Bitten. There li no medlolne o safe, to pure and o perfect a Blood Purifier, Electric Bitten will cure Dyipeptla, D!bete.nd all Dlsoue of the Kidneys. Invaluable In affectloni of Stomach and Liver, and overcome all Urinary OlQcultles. Large Bottfea only 80 ccnti a bottle at Tenny A McAlltter. IKS KL vPatrJy rt Kricsson, Jr., Is a solid blsck. 1C hands high, and welgha 1.2uo lbs. Ha Is a horse that recommends himself even If he had no pcdlirec, Dut osscMlng the blood that bt doca should make him one of tho grandest atalllons In Kentucky, .Service lee will bs North Btarl.20. llrdaalea Commercial College of University,:...'.!',: The Dhssixst and Bsst Business College In ths Warld. Hlaif--S nii.riHO.M Wrd.l ..r TT r. KeepUs'.. paeral HalBr. .4it.u.a. WT8 .tmil a SO. Hlart.ll.rf. T.n..l'.IH.. uIHuMHl.fMl'rvllJUsTnlU, 4 Trlfaraeby, ifwIUM. m.U... r'alrr N.w. 4Jra.taalr IJaiim.leeil aHerra. rot clfta !ars allrrai W. It. 8XI1II, I'm I, UllaiU., Wr. frail la llHtark lOTtuk.ri tMitldt M I'maI . (iUtiirr $15 TO INSURE A MAKE IX FOAL. IHKFANCVSADDLi: STALLION, enor-I03U- 1 . Pt Parting with or morlngmtro out ol tba neighExcitement in Texas. borhood renders money duo. Orcat excitement haa been cauted In the viciniWill also stand ty of Parli, Texas, by the romarkabla recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was ao helpless ha could not RfcJELHOY, MY turn in bed, or raise hit head; Jorerj body said he At SIO on the samo conditions as abofe. Ho has dying of Consumption. A trial ot Or. wis profeii blmsell to be a superior breeder, bating King's New Discovery was sent him. Finding re produced someol th best mules In this and llof, he bjughta large battle and a box of Dr roundr and Is also a good Jenuet Jack, King's New Ufa PtlU, and by the tlmo he had lie Is 1) hands high, tioarlv black, with mealy putnts aud general make up 1st class. taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes of the DisK. N. I'OWKI.I., covery he was well and had gained in flesh thirThtst powder never varies. A marvel ol purltj, 2' mllta from llustontllls, on tho HustooTille strength and wholesomeness. '.More economical ty. six pounds. Trial bottles ot this Great Discovcan not be sold .V Litwrly Turnpike road, Liuroln outity, Ky. than the ery for Consumption free at Pennr A Mc.V Us tcrs competltonordlnarr kinds, andof low trat .shor with the multitude weight alum or phosphate powders. Soldonly In Till: COMUINLU STALLION, KotalUakinii l'OWDKS. Use Green Cough Balsam for coughs and colds, cans. 106 Wall Street. New York Prlco SOc, For sale bj McKoberta A Stag. Wallace Denmark ! ! POWDE! FINE JACK, Absolutely Pure, ', How Is For mIp lit McRobert jour blol? Use Ureen's S.trsaprllla 4 (.Staax at II. TM. AYRES. JA3. U UtVXXS, SECOND JEWEL. This tlie, cjmblnel staldon will make tba ionifl8J7 at my stable ticur, Mhelby Cltr, in . Notary Public Is a rich mshogony bay foaldedMayl, 1879 I lair, I it hsnds blgh, heary l.tt and hincy, lslHth a iiui'ii an and p'raiantr If II r sadnatural tine dler, bnrda fancy, and a mure uullurm hrteder cf ssdillrrsran not lie fiiund He la hightail styla on both side to tbe third generation, is backed upby thoruugti.brcds on both sldce, tusking him verr acllre and sprightly In gall. In lorm and finish a erlect model. 11 wssslrol by the noble Kumpter Denmark, be by Goddsrd's Denmsrk, be by Glints A Cromwell's liiiuark, ha by the rartt horso Denmark be by Imported Hedgeford. II 1st dam wa aired by Sir Waliao, he by rlr Wallsce, baby Sir AiIktI uborjugb-breJ- ) second dsm by Vlrglnlus (dim nl Vlrglnlua by Tranby, thorough bred) he by the celebrated Mason's Whip 3 daiu by a Whip mire Will make the season of ISS7 at my Itrm, IS miles from UuslnnTllle, near Carpoittr'a nation, and will be permitted to serve mares a' Green's Electric Oil euros all achts and pains. For sale by McRoberts A Stag at SOc. AYRES &GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Sit Fifth Street, , Lin- I) i slowly Mire Florenca Iictitnl received from the severe injuri? by a fill while auttnptin to mount a fri-t- y horse not lomjfiice. AUo Mr. E'iztbeth doin.; very wel. It will bo remembireJ sib wat thrown from a pring wagon near Ttirnersville not lone ainca, her hore getiiai; unmanaijeable, she bs,Tinp met with a very narrow escape with life. Died, on the 10 h, of malarial fever and other cxnplict'io.i. at Jatneport MiMouri, Mri. Rachael Wilsjn Walls, wl'e of John Wall', aqed 61 years.- - Mrs. Walls two WW called low this section about ck daughter, Mr. month Sep to atlem! Glancy Jones, in that ft ale. Sha via tk en with the disease, but no serious apprehensions werj felt till the day before et.e died Her hubiud u aummoned, but she pissed away bafore h arrived. Mrs. Walls belonged to an ill and highly r Tnougb her family of poplu. sphere was among the unobtrusive, yet in every relation of life, whether ai a tmtber, friend or naighb r, eh wi a true woman in everr rejpao; Hir unaxpiC.ei death is not only lamjnted bf a lare circle of reh live!, but there is not a person among her neighbors bit who feels there is a sd void since she crossed the silent river. Smith' broken arm in Mares committed to my tare and breidljg will re ttWomy H'ronal attention Urns furulshid at reasonable rates, to ba raid for before tbe remova tollniuro. ol mates No responsibility for accidents or w - ICY. TVhen Baby wu alck, wo gare herCastorla, cspts. Parting with mires forfeits the Insurance, (IW-lj-- ) Second Jewel Is DasrairrtoM A!DPKDinaKK Booms 3 and S, Cromlv Block. "When she wai a Child, abe cried for STEELE CARPENTER. a blood bay, with black mane and tall, 15 bands 1 Inches high, with One style and si lion. He Is C When she beexme MUs, she clung to Castor!, rears otd this spring, waa slrrd by Lewis Cunning, TITbeu she bi4 Children, she gave them ham's Jewtl, he by the famous old Wrshlngtuti Castoria. Denmark. First dam, Minnie, by McDonald's ! Halcorn; second dam by Wells' Ciusader; third Crockett, fourth dam a dsm by a son of saddle mare, ped'Kree unknown. Mr. 11. C. Patvln's Old Minnie, dam of trond Jewel, u Kush My fine stallion, Wtlcli will make theaeason ol Will make the seaon at my slaldo was a prrmlum animal from a roll up to an sgd Branch plkr, at mare. Nvond Jewel has been shown SI times snd 1887 at my plare, known as tbe John Lloyd trd only three Tburman farm, l.mllea from bhtlby (Ity, and 31 I worn $10 TO INSUltE A I.IVIXU COLT. times.the slick tie between lbs Stanford A Dnslll and Panslll will also lie Is a deep bay. S years old. U hands and .1 youngjack stand at the same stsble, the floe A lluitootlllo Turnpikes at Blred bv Ljle's Wilkes, the sire of I am now prepared to tale orders for all kinds of Inches blgb. Ust Mattto Wilkes i j7, Vernon L., Irlsl $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. plants and will harn them rcsdjr at anjr time with 54 lu SO My plants are frjia the best ed and are half 1.10, he by George Wliken s.u lo Maud dsmZ-lka full sister list 1st Money due when roll Is filed or m wo part-- J warranted to be the Inst. sold lor 17.000, sired by nd lllawalha. by He Is 116-t- d with. O. J. XETFLAXD. tf $N rianda a Im-b- n Uvr Colt. was slrrd coal WsUh li 14 hands high aod HUwsths, son of Imported Albion, dam Duchess Mark. Itto IllHttir br blah. Ha si s'rrd by Stsnlord. Maid, br Mambrlno Measenger, j dsm by Tina, by Wllllsm Welch, dam Gar, by Frank Wolford, Caldwell's Young Blsck Hawk, he by Velocipede, s csmpson, lie uy iiup. .Mamsire of Ctakuo, record 2 A, feecond dam by Joe he by lioueruon Thomas, who sired tcatt's Thomas J at and Ijuly moth Ills dsm was br Htlcall's Illack Hawk. rjlouer, 3.1 dam by a Gray Fsgln borwi II has ! iiro K. a JiKt 3rd uam uowoings dv by Hules Maxwell and was MTeralcolls that arnof fin, gool sir and style jl.'Y, 1th second dam was raised 1 and Jim Porter of ad Msxtln Money due when the coll Is J'e breeds large ami Is a surv fua setter, ami Is ao impvrtnljsck dsm by Voung JerTjrson (a pscar) 8lh dam by loaltdor intra partid with Lien retained on all of kind dlsitlun, A Isdv can drlr him lu All piriont are not.fied not to put through our Uunt's Commodore. salety II waa n?er handled a day for speed season ehargos are paid. Jsck aal a good rolls till Will alsostand a pasturago will br furnished at reasonable rates but shows good tivltlng action premises without special permission, as we will hand high breeder M), Psrtlng w.ih mires (orfrlu the Insuranre enforce the law against tbosa who do. V.T.HASMHGK, Colt ! At $S (o IuBiire Bhelby City, Ky. At the asm plare aod on tli same terms I will also staid my Jack, WILLUM LYLL. at A. 3t. FKLASV. Piredby8tIgall'eJack,nouihA Bsaly. was by a)M. Ilels a blstk.M', hands high and II. MIIiLKIl, Old Gabe; 1st dsm by Superior Mammoth, be by hasalred by Lyle's Imported Jsca, and out of a ltoyal Mammoth. jic.iLisTKit, loud Jennet, Money due at weaning tlm or when ware Stanford, Ky. 2CI tf. OKOIIOK It. RSGLKMA S. ., U.CUH'UXti- parted with. No. fc0, Btaodard Under Rule 7 (A. T.:il ,Vol V ) will stand LOUIS SUHLEGEL, Turnplkoroad, at coln county, on the tibelby City A Knob Lick $10 the Nciinoii or $12.50 to III. mire a IJvIiik Coll. 815 the Season, or $20 J. Eoiinoy Wilkes lay WELCH. PJjAXTS llmrs-dcfca- j.lS; a, Will-lam- BLACK HAWK, r POSTED reuir, well-b'e- d irji. it ecu, a LItIur J. noire (jIS-jw- ARTHUR SIMS; 35VEj9LrIL-ESS XMIOTOGUAPIIEB, Livery, Training, Feed, BICIIM ISO. KEUCCKT. AND AT SILVER KING Intira r.ltln; Volt. M2 Photograph in all ityles and sizos. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colora. New designs la Frames an 1 SALE STABLE ! Having ranted the stable on Depot street, I am prepared to tral a and break borsoa on reasonable terms. County Court dsy trade sollellol. (MS II. CM Itl'KXTKIt, UlanforU, Ly 2CS-6- Two miles from Lancaster, on the Htaaford pike at Will make tbe present asason at my stsble on mil from Stanford on tbe Stanford and Huston TllUTuroplk TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON AtflOto A Bazaar Commotion. u An oyster sat on a cracker box, with his handkerchief lo his eyw;"Whv do you weep, my briny friend?'' said the cracker In wild surptiee. And he wailed a wild and woeful wail, and rocked himself to and lio- "The ladies are having a grand baziar, they'll be after mo, I know." A chicken heard the terrible news, as he slept in his celery bed, with bis toea turned up lo the man in the moan, and a parasol over his head. "Wife, hand me my water proof double quick! I haven't a minute to lost; Ihey will have my beautiful head chopped off before I can put on my shoes." And a cucumber pricked up bis pcolloptd ears, And out of the garden fled, ncd the green pepper climbed a telephone pole, and the cabbage stood en his head Tne onirn tried till he couldn't speak, and the mustard ave a yell. Tie gory trmito ep'it bis skin and tumbled into the well. A teapot Bat on a codes mill and fanned with a Jjpinese fao, whiles gallon of cre.itn turn ed blue with fright ami was drowned in a Vtr senocap. - N. Y Mercury. fad la the game ol "15 id Uige," which is now prevailing alarmingly. Mils at Terr tow (JOI-ly. Prices. J DH. W. B. PENNY, etJintord - DENTIST, - IXontuolcy , 2Sfe BELGIUM, AND 2 JACKS, Will make the season of 1837 at mr stables on the pike leading from dUnfbrd to Crab O.chard .1 miles from tbs latter place. Relgluin was hroucnt fnra Ohio at and is now B. He Is , Normao a besutltul dapple gray, heavy mane snd tall, of good style and action, and bss croven himself a axil breeder, several ol his colts hiring been kiit for stallions. Wllllsm James, 'Squire A. K. McICInney, who have his colts are referred to. The Jack, Mogul, is 9 Jtars old, bluk, with whltnose, was aired by a Madison Jack. I don't kuow the slock, but know be Is a good mule Jack. Ills dsm wsslllack Hawk, ha Is quick and a good breeder. Illack Hawk Is a sail I black, I yea.s old, hands high, will show seven colla this sprlnjt, a fow last spring aro Tery Hue mules The horse will staid at ld Hels I years old, l hsnds high, abeaullful bay, with One mina and tall and a rlet' of return lo IS!9, or JM lesuraacr. model anJ a natural asddle born.. With prltllrge Hired by HubhU's Denmaik, known as On Tim, Arthur 81ms la by Gen. Knox, 10. ba by Ver- l'lraldain, Molll Mounts, by Cabbie's Islington, Arthur, ly sweond dam by Young America, be Vy Taylor's mont Hero, Ac. Ills dsm was Hourbon Chief, by Mambrlno Chief, by Mambrlno Mtaftnier, third dam hy Miller' Deutuark which A p. Is a bay, lfc hands, gire him a doubt cioisof tb lal saddle stock Paymaster, Arthur blms smail blaze, right hind loot white, foaled la 157. In the worlJ fourth dsm by John lllunt, nn v. Ha Is a handsomely finished colt and ured to stay. the best rare horses of his dsy, fifth dam by Waxy He has been baudltd a little and promises well Will also stand at the asm pla:o my fine Jack, He combines the strains of the handsoaie lllsck Hawk and stout Mambrlno Cblel families, and Is a horse, aud on bis sire's side trsrea desirable stock twlca to Imp. Messenger and twice on bis dam's 1 STEVE WALKER. iL.J Oiicsjsar7. IT JT a iLA OCUe on Lancaster street, i ext door to latva biob Journal oQce. Office Hours irom 8 lo VI i M.and 1 to 8 r. K. Anesthetics administered wior 1181-l- , m PORTMAN 4KSSE HOUSE BARBER SHOP, j. iiHMii'Mr, morn. SHU" IiiHiiri: :l Colt IOiIiijh A du-.t- ItI The htet months The lacks at JS to innuvc toltn rid Mare traded with or moved oirmikcs money coltt sund gooI tWMlv montht lor eoii. ,. IK OA It Si: It. 21t..'m. It la an importation from Long Branch and Biratoja, where it had asucresful ruo, ti k the place of "progressive euchre," "blind man') bufi,'' e'e A poltehcJ biard, four fett by two, is set at an angle of twen- A hole fjur incha In diamely decree ter is cut in the upper end. Siven bags of difhrent elze, filled with btans, are prepared. Tne player etands 30 fret from the board and undeitakes to throw the bags through the hole. For each big that goea thrctuh the hole the player makes ten each bag that lodges on the pointe, board he makes five points. Ojb of the fcas is much larger than tho others and ia called "Jumbo " It counts twice is much a the others The game is having a big and is said to be run in upper-tendovery amulng and entertaining. l'r!z:a are cflerrd and some degree of skill is necessary in order lo become an exp?rt Louisville Puat ini: 1 MESSENGER CHIEF, JR fr : pawed hia examfnatlon and is now a member of the bar. Ilia strong card is in getting the The following is a truth out of witceaiw rample of his ayetem of examination "Are you a married iiibl?'' "No, sir; I am a Kecuiusko Murphy recently bachelor " "Will you please tell the court and jury how long you have been a bache-ler- , and what were the circumstance that Induced you lo become one"' drunkenness, or Liquor Habit, can be Cured by administering Sr. Haines' Golden Specific. It can be given In a cup of coffeo or tea with-tut tho knowledge of the person taking It, eN lectlng n sjiccdy and permanent cure, whether Hie patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands ot drunkards have leenmado temperate men who have taken the t'.oldcn Specific In their coirce without their believe they quit drinkknonledgo, and ing ol their own free will. No harmful effect results from Its administration. Cures guarari ted. Send for circular and full particulars. Co.. Address In ennthleuee UnmriN - m.. .....ft.. uumX y F'l ticihc Southern democrats rtjoice over the fact that there remains hardly a republican inn Feieral offi:e in all that section Southern democrats are very nearly solid for Cleveland. Jick Taylor and J. D. Djugherty, ousins, quarrelled over a woman at Miller's camp, on the Corbin extension of the style, with neattieea Wort ;d one in the L ( N. Ia the fight Taylor shot Dougher a'd dispatch. Ladles' latest children' work aud ty, who in turn drew hia pistol and ahot Taj lor through the abdomen, killing him on the spot, Dougherty waa taken to Bubourrille for preliminary (rial and held 07er by the court, ball being refused. He has served a term In the penitentiary, It i aaid that thla maker the O.h murder at or E. H. BLTRNSIDE. noar Corbin in thla month, Richmond hai a democratic postmaa ThiB Old Woll - Known ter, Joe B. Willis, after a lapse of 26 years Hotol Still Maintains iti Mr John Taylor, the retiring officer, baa HiKb Roputation AND never misted a day from the office during hia term of 21 yeara,Q months and 2G days Iti Proprietor it Determined th it Shall be dooond to no Coantr7 Theamountof money he has paid to the Hotel in the State in its Fare, above what the Government reachea far Appointment!, or Attenoutside world would think. Last reai'ii tion to Comfort of their GnetU money ao paid amounted to $30,000, and for Mr. Taylor's entire term averaged about be eonreyed lo ana lruu 125,000 llMKe "III $20,000 a year, or made a (otalof free of ehargo. Nueclal areommodatl oa to Commercial Travelers. The Har nil' Mr. Taylor never lost a registered letter, always sapplled tilth the cholrt never had any trouble with the department, brands of Llqaors and :tir never atolo anything, never had a fight with wefr4UII),'--orameanybody, and never jot drunk. In the bo teratd non to u l.i (V.notiauri 'Ctt.m. In ginning the number of letters daily hanant Licet, r , Til a iiaV i We hate raiariais4 noi lal able, and In loll coatldtr. dled did not exceed 200, but hai gradually every ca,s ti cauttDincurs. bssitenitU.fiwtKa grown to 2,000 a day, or a grand total of Urdoolr brlhs Alcvtl A LltL, Ietiii Ciel:al Ca. about ten million lottera that Mr. Taylor lludwa.S. Y Cincinnati,! ha handled during hia term. Hia ealary Ohio. Sol r Oejj r'ssi hu rarged from $770 - 2 200 - II si'ler. tli. 1i. CO Uav Mslllon follded U15I. IC hinds hlli, is by Messenger Chief. 1st dim by Vermont Jr , 2 3 dsm by Uouner'a Gray dsm by Imp Lagle, 4 dam by OnsUitt's Tel'gnnh Ills slro Memenger C def, 2ln'23J IIt. by Ab ilillali Pilot, dsm bv Mambrlno Messenger, J dam t by Mambrlno Cnlef. 8 dim by Imp Napoleon dim by Teinpmt, Messenger Chief sired Maud Messenger 2.1U',; Marvel 2.28; Ous 2.21 and many others dratlned lo wlo lamo on the turf. Abdallah Pilot, by Alexandtr'a Abdsllab: dam 'i ii.andlna, by Mambrlno Chief; second dam il.im. 2.2IU-- 1 br Purker's Rr iwo Pilot. Ab- dallan Pilot sired ricaaru i my,, neci Jim n yar-ol- d rcco d2.23; Mcsi nger Chlelslred Maud (liona-llnd- MI ERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr aud nmmt-tfinla- n. Alexander a Aixiaiian, uy dim Katie Darllni. Alexander's Abdal lah sired Goldsmith Maid 2.11, Hosallud 2.21; Thondale 2.2M; Major Edsall 2.29; Ht. Elmore :.30. He also sired Almont, Belmont, Itelsora, Hnelby Chief, together with the dams or Jeromo Eddy 2.tnJ; Katie Mlddleton 2 23, 1)111 Tnunder i:ui, etc. Chief, Jr . will nuke tho present n Messenger at my place l!j miles from Huitonvllle on the BradfoidiTlllepIke,it ara-so- niujn $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT 1 Monty duo when colt la foaled or ware rarled with. Mares will bo pastured at 12 per month, responsible for accidents but I will not at it a Huitonvllle. ,. j. k. von as. My Btalllon, JO ABDALLAH, II. t sVWlIJMA'A'.tmlliafrom Stanfml. on the i llvtnu Nmer et plkeattJIO to as colt, t$me loodlilons kinkabave. lla'lsa line com- t aMll f nf IIAAil k.n.l. tloo Will make the present season at St. SMITH A tu ll.lS... Dil St hh'' J hai proren blimelf aiplendlil lire uev tiMS Ue MX Ji9 lIustonTilllo, Kj-- . MM ni tiJDB F HU-P- r fiil. a 1Z -- TJUOEOK T NT I -- bTANFOKD, KY. nuiit.--rui- 1 rura reju ' i ,, h Main btrtel, xyers MoU'i. uoni Gs!i Gas adiaiij., sldo ti parted with. He Is a brown JrV with whll tolnts, fi yearsold In Juna full II hsnds high, ll was sir. s ed br Alkln's King Wllllsm and be by King PhilGen. Knox, 110, Standard I'nder Itute J, the sirs lip; first dim illack Satin Jsnnet she Is slrd by King Phillip, 1'cond dam by Morecastleard he by ot Jtrthur Hliof. wai bred by Daniel Heustls llrl lg blmsell lobe a Porter rott.VU.and wss foaled In I&33. Ha wis by Vermont Jim bresaler This Jsckothis prosed last season at hia colt fine Ms'rral 111, 1st dam by Bearcher, son of Harney HenHero, ry, 2nd llunsden Mare by Hill's Hlr Chsrles, son of weaning time brought one hundred do lars K. A' It. I'.l Ult IS, Duroc IUcrd2.3IH rublto trial at IC years old 2.21. ritanlord, Ky Among tbeget of Oen. Knox with records In - Lady Maud 2.18',, 2 .10 or belter, are tbe followingKnox lndrpsndenc2 2lt4, (Jllt-rr- t Camra2.1U 2.20',, Kio;ror Knox 2 27',. Knox 2 A1,; Mc'or ank 2 23',, Peitcful 2 jf; Hsrry 2 2, Knox Hoy er2 30; Messenger Knox 2 30 Ills eons, Col. Kits worth, CoUn, Cromwell, Ecltlre, l.mpsror WlllThis fine stallloc will make tbe season of 1917 at lsm, Gen Knox Jr , Gen. Llghlloot, Gllbretb, my farm, 3 miles Irom Utacford. on the Stan Knox lloy, Loo Morrl, Kni.x. Julfs Jurgens-Phil MbetlJan, Ht Llmo, Wha'stMno Knox, aud ford and Danville plk Woollord Knox hare sired tbe following with Iron Age2 lk'4. Capllnli records of2 DOor belter A COLT. AT 815 TO 222'v, I rank K 2:t,'i, Nellli Wa.lun iharies It 2 rt, Fanny .M 2 ;!',. Wallsia 2 .1',, MMCKtrrmS AND I'l.Dll.Itri.-Vermo- nt Kitty Morris Maul Mullar 2 Ithair2:'1 27. Jubn H. Hesld 2 27' (.llbrmb llaiuhf Ionian a black lioru-- , futl- -l in 'Si', six : Chub i 2 Mali, two white -t lnhl'il slrrd br Mall 22T1.. bnsliw 2 1, llamli'n M..t i '" teen hands h by ItyadrL's llaml 1. "lan, 1st Uilllam We', 2 SO Arthur I. i 0, dam KalleGr'nies, br Ulll'a crm ,ot o I dau. Colund 2.1", Illack II Ntui, pacer, 2 Aij.Ilo eity, Jeor, il't'&t. ill. Illack Mr.in, by lla.nu 1 urkshl e, lr Imp. I jr h 3rd dim Little V. silly- by Char'es, by tilr Archv, 4th dam F.ml'y Hpwl, bj Imp lai'vlatban, Mhdai I by I'aikolet, inu iIaiii by Greeiidile,7lh dam by Maryland 1'Ijm ilx. 8th dim by Ilimnbil, ydim byi'ty, by ilowei, iun h.inlly , t't iiriunantu,! l,age3'J Vermont Hambletonian lis duo big horan, with finoatyleacd gul bone, and a aura breel-- r, sired . Mesbr Hllllno Welch, tne sire id I'll nee Full brothtr lo Maul HesDKer2 !:', senger Chief, sire ol Maud Misteigrr. ist dim by i.ayt, Jeramlah 1.2)0 , UctsleT isinr,tlu2 lOor liemte llrefze,lroot I'tarl2 30 Alexitdei'sAIdif-lah,2c- d bciur. Wl'llam vSilirt was tired br ttyaiyk s prlsaie noird dam KIltylllTiis, tuo dam nl HcrlleMil. Huili'eloiilai Id Ov,i th dam rerordnf.l ml ules, I yoir old tecur d ot Moduli's Prlute, 2 27, and by Imp TnilM 'acn b' Jaiket, siroof thu dim o Cotlo'Jand a ro of Iwrnt) mile trotter, frus-te.' J7 3rd dam by 2dim by a aonof lsmbilnn by Imp Wllkw Kentucky Mnscngrr C'hitf by AtUUh Pilot dim by 3ir, Veimout lieluga gtand aonol tho grrst itys Hambletonian the grandest sir II ring, and Msmbrlno Messenger; 2d dim by Mambrlno Cider itddiiu by Imp. Naioion, 1th dim by Temprat GUI's Vermont cimbln d, bicked f thoroughMesstJgr Chief aired Maud Messenger 2I''4 bred, will mskn a fin store bore. Itfsilyk s Ham Marrel 2.23; (ius 2 23, and many otbtr deatitieu bleloulan. by Abdallah, sou of Mambrlno dsm by Imn IKIIfouu Iir, 2ila-- by Hlsiiop's HambletoniIn win f.icm on the turf. AlHlnllah Pilot, by Alexander's Abdallah dam an, 8 dam by Imp, Meueng-- r, C'hitf, 2nd dam Uouitlai,dlni. Iir ilamlirlno Gill's Vermont, by Dnwulng's Vermont sire of llnd'adam, 2 21M), by Parkcr'a Hronn Pilot. Ab the dim of Kulgma 2 in 1st dam by Culu thus daliah Pilot lrei Plrkard. t.ltX; lied Jim. 3 (ilarklcy')un ol Columbus, slro ol Coufidoncc year old record 2 28; Mtsscnger Chief sired Maud 2 28; 2nd dam by Ilarira'id, slro of the dams or Nrllle Gray 2.21:3d dam br MaUhiesv slro of the Meenger2 I0f Alexander's Atlsllah, by Itysdyk's Hambleto dam of Climax 231, GUI's Vermont la thu sire of Darlirg. Alexander's Abdallah Ilonner liny 2 23,1llack Maria 2.2G,t, Ijtdy Oak nlan, dam Katie o 2.50, and Logan 2.40kJ; also alro of ihu oams ol slrrd Goldsmith Maid 2.14; Itosa Ind 2 21, 1 Gambvttu Wllkra 2.2i;. Iho (Ling 2 29W Nellie I. 2 21),, Msjor Kdsall, 2.7J, Ht. Llmore 2 30 Almout, ltelmout, lUlaora, Hbelby 3234,l'ullsw228i, Pearl 2 30, Ulr Duels 2 31' Healsoslrsd r.d KenChief, together with the dams ol Jerome Kddy Heatrlca 31', Udy Palcben J.ld'f, Ka-- i 2.1f Mlddleton 2.23, Bill Thunder --'VJ1 tucky Gantleman 2 l!K. and sir ol thu xcood dsm of Poll Thompson 2.10J, otc. Itysdyk's Hannuelonlao, by Ab lallah, slro of.SIr lted Jacket, b Ccmct, son of Sherman Margie, Waller 2.27. Ist maro by Imp. dim by a son of Hherman Morgan Ked Jsiket Itelllounder; 2nd dim br Chss. Knit llishnp Ham. dam (liti Uje, br ac- wasavery tlulshed bora of elegant trotting b!elonan;3rdiUru ollvertkll by Imp. Messenger, pro4iucru lion, lllsitaugntcrs nuui; lttsdyL's Hamblelonleil Is the sire ol Notlln 2.21, also tho dam of K(d Wilkes, sire of Pbl and 37 others th records ol 2 SO or hMter; slsool Tbmniann j ii'.l.. also the dam ofHoho'J I7U. (lomiA itrxiu. aim uf Pearl 2 30. also sire ol the th8damsotTrlnket2.ll, and dj others with records of 2.30 or better. .lain nr Man,! .Mavnr 2 lflM. llV Whirl Wind. Vermont (Downing') by Hill's Illack II wk, record 2 30 ,, slro of Harkls record 1 2Ja LaJy Mlc slro of K ban Allen 2.21,'. Vermont ( Dowulug'i) record 2 7.1 Iss Iraoftbrdsms ol Lnlgma 2 20, aud also sire ol Mrecdera will observa that Messenger Ilreeza has thedam of Mambrlno Hruo, the slro of Hell. Wil a double croaa of Atdnllab, a double cross cf Mam brino tliltf and through Hod Jacket a loublncross son 2.28,. nut's tiiaca itawx, ny enerman jttorgan. Dim, of Morgan. Messenger Hrecze Is a Iwautllul red bay, 16 hindi a fast trotting mare. Hill's Ilia k Hawk la the lire of llelle of Haratoga 2.29, I.ancxt 2.27 Ethan muscular and strong, high, 2.1, and Is alro of aspicdy conformation aud there does not oilst Allen 2Mi,ofand Yuutig America 2 lllancbs 2.2.1. Oen Tweed 2 2(i, a finer specimen ol the oftbodhiua on Kootu ky soil trotting briil horco and coming as be does from a Tcnuossoe 2 27. and also the rounderol th great tilack llawlctamlly, tblt has In Hie ii'nlo and produclrg family, his sire, hledsm and bis gran producers ol speed, ba Is just the and fcmalollno tkiof 3 30 or Utter representaon tives. klndolahorsu to maka a lasting Impnulon Columbus (Hartley's), bvOll (Vilumbus, tiro ol his progeny, more mon- uinuuencex in, nam, a Aieesongei juar Maud McMongir.blifullslittTiWou ihu uuiumuua 2.4IK, courertiil ucer, t rough t turf. tba American ey In US I than auy from Uina da. btreulConfllonre 1 21, Cilumbus Tho service fro will be Navlgalor2 31, ItosA'iiondilO'i and ) uu g Co- lumhiis2 3V., and als i sire of ih dama m Hen K 2,2uU, riameliss2 10. 1'uil- $30 TO IXSU11E A MAKE IX 1'OAIi. Moilll 2 27,( 10UOK Columbus Is tho tiro of ll 2 80 Monty dua when tho (act Is aHertalncd, or maro or butlir ptrformeis, aud ho has I sons that hire pKNul with or bred to another horse. Will make sired 1 i SO or batter po loimsri ) Old tho Columbus fimlly, which the scastn ol IbS7 on the lari.i of blojd was to tie Pilot. Jr. blood HOltlUtT.VcAhtSTVIS, Vs lo Kentucky. List what she IIOIIISSUS, THUS. (!, About 1 mlli' Irom staclord, aiunfjrd, ay risk. side. Mares kppt In auy manner T.A.KI.KIS, Lancaster Ky. , at owner s ey du At$tOto liMtirr'n Urltiu ColtIs at weaning ttm or when maro Mon- J. J. Vermont Hambletonian. u, , J', iW ISMI:l; - e. - MESSENGER BREEZE ! bri iokoi Imtu-ilal- Itl -, Mi-i-- born-dal- "n 'i,, 'a-- ? 1 i. well-bre- d, well-kni- t, -j, to-d- borr-iin- t237i 1 f. . T irTissini niiiv n.i.i ""t'JstL urn sjpfasiaiaais,tiisi, S 'f rlsM -