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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887041201 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. Stems 0 w 111 VOL. XVI. 07. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. titefiot unfimL TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1887. HUSTONVILLE. STANFORD, KY LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. NO. 219. - IST3E3 - LINCOLN COUNTY. I Wm. Branehton and Miss Delia Rr- Ester Sunday strangely omitted the Born Friday, to tbe wife of George 'nolde, of Pine Hill, were married Sunday Brown, a girl, christened Gertie Naomi. traditional enow storm. Mr. B. ii aged 18 and hia bride 14, Eo Kennedy announced on Thuralay To the wife of Mr. Sam E. . Scott, a girl. Fubtithcd Tufdau and Friday Mr. McDuff Ward, of Mai.tejn.rg, 8un. -- IT Mrt. Ella Joplin, Mt. Vernon, is vis- night an addition to the work of future cenday School Evangelist, is good work Having 3 lX3Il NNUU. CASH. in our county, establishingdoing maintain- iting in this city. M's Lilly Jones is sick sus takers.calls on his exhausted bis stock of and friends to furnish a suf- names he of pneumonia. Little Robert Craft is ing schools at yarioue points. decent prefix for the youngster, understood If w. credit that 11.80 villi fering with measles, pected and demanded. The building and real estate boom has G. M Given has moved to the Jenk-kin- s Mrs. Lucy, a wife of G. W. Johnson, struck this place Oje small coal house, died Friday morning of cancer, aged about. farm, which he has rented, and our without a roof, has been built since New 80 years. Mr. Iiham Bryant, father of village has thus lost a first class cltizin. WALTON- W. P. Year, and two houses and lots fold. Mrs. J. T, Williams, of this place, and Misses Lou Hocker, Jude Weatherford and (J. C. Clark, the distiller, has been Mrs U G. Litton, of Simersst, died Fri Le Liwis, of Dtuthter' College, are here granted a pension. A Bow try Tin gad. If Kockcaslle can't dar. un a Using visit. Mrs. Weatt effort! and Mrs. Steele are Blumenthal and Pythias Uosetv have a boom in other line, f he is not golug Another singuinary battle hss been Datnon burg were intimate friends i ad clerk in a to fall into the rear in the pension procea added to tue current history of Pittsburg! impoving. W L Williams is etill confin Like miici-lan- sion. this time between Jim Mullins and John ed to the house, but continues to prosecute Howery (N'.Y) slice More. Candidates for the legislature are not Evans, both colored, on one side and John the war with McGarvey on the question of they stuck lo each other In prosperity instrumental niusx in church services. G Toe and adversity. Whoever looks for a friend S3 numerous as they might be. No one has and Tom Stringer on the other. without Inmeriectlons will uerer Gml what yet oflered himself as a sacrifice or other- - negroes were badly, perhaps fatally (hot W, Ryan is nursitg his returning strength, wise eept Mr. Jarrelt, on the republican while John Stringer's head was severely preparatory to a visit to his Virginia home he seeks. Dimon and Ptblas are no Ion- - j side of the house We are frequently assted why we do pommelled with the breach of a pistol. ger friends, What has become of tbo JCcho cirres-ponde- nt J, T. Brown is always abreast of the not organize a srndica'e lo propect for nat In this quarrel, as in mtny other notable from Pjne Hill? He should not times. He has moved bis store nod tin- ural ga'. A sufficient reaaon is that with cjuarrels, a woman was at the bottom of it. a remarkably handsome woman stop the good work. Having written whia ware house onto another lot, fronting Main us gas is no novelty. We could name (if She ws who came in with the intention of purclus ky out of his place, couldn't he be induced street, and is laying the foundation for a we dared) several producers of the article, to stump the county? whom we would fearlessly back against the "OxGO fire proof building, to be of corruinu a pair of shoes. If she had been an For fun or a funeral, let us say flatly gated iron throughout, and shortly lo boasted performance of Coattanooga, Bir a boy their moTemenU would old woman or 12cho fellow who llings his feather He will then erect mingham, Marlon and Munich. By tbe completed. be have been as slow is that of an Alaska gla- to that tllpantly, flagrantly and feloniously at our sheds covering a quarter of an acre way, there is a strong suspicion that this cier, which mores at the speed of an Inch andabalfaytsir A it was, they rushed head, that he falls farther and farther of ground, the roof to be corruga resiles boring and minir.g and consumpinto the fault finder's failings. Sa there. for storing farming im- tion of mineral and vapors will vilitte the ted iron, to beu-e- d at her, smiling sweetly as they rushed. atmosphere and destroy the general cquil Thomas Graves, familiarly known as plements, etc. We're still booming. Ibth of them wanted to assUt her io tryMaj. G. M. Adams, Frankfort, was ibrium of thing to such an ext nl as to ing on the shoes, but as she had only one "t'nele Tommy," a prominent and success pair of feet, she .mifed on Dimon Blumen ful farmer, of this county, died Saturday seen at the Riley House Sunday evening hasten the consummation alluded to as thai, whereup-- n a shade of vexation passed morning, aged 'l He was known for his by an I J. represrnta'.ive. He wis on his "the wreck of matter and the c uih of over tho finely chiselled feature of llla many good qualities, strict integrity, and way to the Mtnchester court, and in re- worlds." The truth is the present genera las Kwenburg as he said iu a voles that he was one of that class that is so scarce to- sponse to icquiriee concerning politics, lion is too aggressive and too exhaustive. day, an honest man said; "There is but one race in the Btate; Population is rapidly increasing, Poeteti-tseemed to need oiling. will need a resting place somewhere, but Tom McLemore brought in a wagon that is between Richards and Hardin I for "Mister Pluinenlhal, I will rait dot lady loal of stave) one dav Inst week and just Attorney General a desperate, close and the indications are that by tbe time the myeeluf on" generation now being b rn eeek locationi before reselling town be let his team go too hard struggle. Buckner will unquestion "Crgscuse me, Mislher Koeenburg, I near a gully and the wigon upiel, throw ably be the nominee for governor, (the for their habitations, they will have to look I knows my plahnes mltout your ad vice," retorted Dimon Blumenthal, getting ing him off and tin stares fell upon him, Major is a Buckner man) and the invici-bl- e to some other planet to find a spot unclaim Tom Corbett haa practically no oppo- ed by some mining or manufacturing mon covering him up. His companions took red arcund the root of his hair. ehimlny craihus, ii somebody make him out a pretty badly scared boy, but not sition for register of the Land Office. Fur- opoly. But our restless population must "By We me yocce mad already, I mash him dot hurt further than a few scratches and ther than thia I cannot speak advisedly," have some graat question to agitate concluded tho genial majab; and although need anotl er war, as a sort of escapement head on a gouple of dime twice ven he bruise' A little negro girl living "Little Mat" is a pratty safe gueuer, and a for our resistless energies. Tho great inter vas mine own vader," remarked Kosenburg n, effective fighter, I am In- national fish bait controversy may culmi her having seen persons often jump cfl around, clling for blood nawinc moving trains, took into her head to take clined lo the opinion that in one race at nateinan eventful ciotlict. True, "tbe "You tarn shackanapes," responded t I haye an war" would not sound poeticat or poinding on the counter and a ride on Csp. Sweeney's train Saturday least he e;eaks unadvisedly. down. "You petter run When the train started ahs got on the front abiding faith in tbe wisdom of tbe Ken- dignified in ponderous history, but then it dancing up and steps of the baggage car and says she rode tucky Yeomnary and shall not believe might result in our acquisition of the BritneJ away pefore I get me grsry mad " The fair customer tlsif, while Damon and almoat a mile and jumped off She came Farmer Harris is beaten until the last tat- ish possessions (which we ought to have had long ago), the unification cf our North Pr thlas becamo closer and more confiden- back down the track without a rag on her, too is sounded and the final action taken. American continent and a glorious batch of having had her clothing torn from her tial than ever. The late Jesse G. Bildwin, of Middle-tow- n, pensions, affording an easy and popular All of n sudden Blumenthal came down when she struck the ground. She was con Connecticut, was an original and enof relieving the throes of plethoric with the force of a mm who trips at the siderably scratched up, but not badly! hurt, thusiastic abolitionist. From the com- means treasury. The attention rf the authorities and touches the borne top of the stairs The supper given by the ladles of the mencement of the "irrepressible rotfiicl" Like the depositor In a Mite Society at the church Thursday night he entirely abitained from tbe use of any at Washington is respectful If called to bine In the cellar savings bank, he lost his balance. Rosen-bur- was greatly enjoyed by a crowd of young thing which waa made by slave labor. thee sucgetions. hid tripped him up Before be could people. A nico little sum was rsalizsd al- When be traveled he even carried with Kt up Kwecburg got on top of him, and most enough to pay the amount of the or- him to sweeten his tea and cofiee, loaf su bumped his head on the r!xr, beating a gan debt, for which the supper waa gotten gar that he knew had been made by free tattoo like that of a mule's hind legs on up. Much credit is due Mrs, Rosa Nes- - men. bitl, Nellie Eeans, Miss Anna Krans and the ribs of the hIrJ man Like King The personal libelj bill in the Texas and other potentates, he sat on the Mrs. S. V. Parria (or their efforts to make legislature failed to pass. Representative thrown. the entertainment a success. The Society Milner, speaking on the bill urged the imThe Photographer, Mr. dolomoo Isaacs, the genial proprie also returns their thanks to the string band portance of a free prees. He contended that tor, remembering that for music furniahed. its privileges were not as great as the fath - - Mrs. S. Welch is visiting in Louisville. ers of the Republic intended, and declared Then who In quarrels lalsrpow Clt must wj a bloody aos, C. Mullinsand Samuel Ward, of Livingsthat all defamers and blackni tilers were did not interfere. ton, were here Friday. Mrs.S W. Parrls not connected with the press. A gentleman by the name of O'Rsflerty went to Danville Wednesday and returned Miss Catherine Loriilard Wolfe, who Made Ud interfere, and put an end to the fesnext day. M. C. Williams waa visiting died recently in New York, left her tivities. Crab Orchard 8unday. M, J. Miller re collection of paintings to the Met The resmlts up to date are. Two shoe turned from the city Saturday night. Jas ropolitan Museum of Art, together with a paying $10 clerks out of position, after Baker hae measles, instead of pneumonia bequest of $200 000 for the purpose of proeach to the police judge, not so much for Mrt. L. B. Cirter is very low with pneumo viding and keeping in order a suitable publication as a guarantee of good failh. nia, Nate Krans, night operator, will building for the exhibition of the collecTheir employer, Mr. Isaac, refused.to lake move to the Newcomb Hotel this week S. tion. back the ex bosom friends Although he S Dillon and family left for Nevad, Mo., Noih Henry, the Caiue?c cook of an had managed to sell the policeman, who Friday. Amerlcau family, noir Laico, Lit., wis made the arrest, a pair of tlru, other per Its a bear tale thh time T T. Walforced to assist in houe cleauing. He sous who had rushed into the store had car lace and Ad Henderson, with some hands, showed his dielike for tho work by mur off numerous costly palm of shoes, all rled s were cutting on the Joel Pitman tiering his employer's wife and shooting a COMPANY of which was deducted from the wages of pltce aUout eight miles B south of this place (arm hand. gladiators when they were paid cfl and on Skaig's Creek, Thursday evening, when La?i W. Moore, of Greensburg, look bounced they sewed out of the timber a blsrk bsar, out ol Green river a pike, or "jack fisb," Perhap the saddest future of the case which ran across tn nnother moun'aiu top. forty-foinches in length and weighing funny powai th9 remark of the would-b- e The neighbors were called in with lilies, twenty two pounds. gladiators lice justice, who saU that the shot suns, pistols and one VincheUr rills, Tho offioial canvan of the Cincinnati had probably baen drinking a great deal of and bruin's pursuit was bejun. A couple of zakmiA election vote has been completed. The beer to put them 3 much at lager head. miles' march brought the pirty up to where footings give Mayor Smith a plu rTexa lifting. the animal had stopped in a small recess rality of G81. as cliff, or Tne rule is pretty generally adopted in on an Fifty thousand men engaged io various LEXINGTOELKY. this country to "use Websters preferred or they are allied, (Sans were prmented and branches of tbe building trade have gone thography." That is the throb; but in a volley was about to be fired, when the on a strike at Brooklyn, N. Y. practice probsb'y because we are all too leader of the party halted them ani railed Barnum's $100,000 damage suit against lsxr to look up the common words- -it is a council of war, Ttie growling bear eyed the Grand Trunk railroad for killing Jum often forgotten. Here era a few samples of them wrathfully while they were holding bo was set for trial common errors, the wrong words being the deliberations. It was decided to create The Hendricks monument fund fools OtfEvery lack guarantee! to g.TelUlifictbD 'SO given Crat and the right second: Allen, a remoteness between the bear aud the par up $21,000 aliens; mould, mold; moult, mol'; mortga- ty and the decision was immediately car A Lynn clergyman relates that on one gor, morlgageor; coulter, collet; manilla, rie I oat, Thoy were afraid to shoot for enve'-op- e manils, thresh, thrash; moustache, mus- fear iluslia.a woildnot be effective and occasion, after marrying a couple, an was handed him which he supposed of - the ground being pretty sleep it was tache straight jtcket, strait jacket; schottlsche, achottUh; duett, duet; nett, net; quin- thought it would be better to walk over it course contained tbe marriage fee. On tette, oulnlet; quartette, quartet; satchel, leisurely than moving rapidly along just opening it he found a slip of paper on which ahead of an infuriated bear. The party was written, "We desire your prayers." sichel.-E- x. reached home safely and reported results. "Do you want to poll the jury?" asked A ureat many people make the mistake Other parties haye been made up and are in regarding ''the home" as the house they now scouring the mountains for hi bear-shi- p the clerk of the defeated plainlifi in a breach of promise suit. 'Yes, I do? Lt live in. Now a house may be ever so cost me have a pole about a mjnute, I'll make few of ly and luxurious and contain very Forty years ago an old lady in Baldwin, them see start!" she retorted as she pulled which endear the place to the the qualities occupants. To be a home in the truest Fia , about to die, made her children prom- up her sleeve and spat on her hands senee, love, peace and the thousand little ise not to bury her bod, She threatened iBV'BaV 1UKtaaffKmJOne of the richest widows in Cincinnati nameless attendants upon love mut abide to haunt them if they did, and so when she lives in a garret room, lends her money at was dead they placed her body in n stout 12 per there. It Is thus that often the poor cotcent, interest and makes a couple of c Sin of Florida pine, placed it on the surtage is more of "a home" than a palace. aaueaiics last her a whole week" for jseat,, face of the ground in the graveyard, and Brooklyn Eigle. She refuses an offer of marriage about evebuilt a elrong log pen around it. The log ry other day. A haudsome young bride was observed bouse is in good condition now and eo ie to be tn deep reflection on her wedding day. the coffin within it. There are at Hampton, (Va ) School at THE FORTUAK HOUSE BARBER SHOP, One of her brideimalds asked her the subpresent 053 students 507 negroea and HG The first appointment made by the In- Indian). In the South, engaged in instruct 4 1II I'KCini ject ol her meditation, "I was thinking which of ui v old beaux I should marry if terstate Commerce Commission is that of ing 45,000 colored children in public Wi?rU dm-- d in M- i- ' lfl, Wl'h tiHI'U I ebocld become a widiw, -- Philadelphia Mr. K. L. Pugh to a clerk. hip. He is a schools, are GOO graduate and 230 underlld chi uitVs wok in dispatcti aon of the Senator from Alabama. Tiled. Call. graduate teachers. 7V - SPRING CLOTHING. Considering the quality of our clothing and the prices affixed we think this department is in better condition for the purchaser than ever before. We claim the to CLOTHING & SHOE TRADE 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. mmwrn ft noBOsBffim. H. K. TAYLOR, th. offlc. subject I y .m ve OfLOOAN COOrY.!..CandH.t or of BaperlntenJent of Public Instruction, to the Democratic Bute Convention. C,TIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OO " CAPITAL t tANCASTEB, UY. MIMuIXEllY. I am dally opening an elegant line of Fall Mlllia erj, Including all ' $135,000 The Latest Novelties of the Senson. i!!rpusc1,"?cut0:ucMre':i' to Thia Bank solicits accounts of indlflduali. firmj and corporation.. Iu fcclllUes for making tn .llparla of the United States. . .r times well-know- l, fish-bai- accommoa.uocs they see proper k. We bog to offer our Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars senlcea to the cltl-xe- na and Cufii, ltuchlng, Corsets, Buttles, etc. Yo'i of neighboring countle,, without Banking will find me at tbarooma lately racated by Bai- ' facllitle., and MUre them that any ley A Warren, next door to the Myers liouie. aent lC2-2KA TE JO VDDEUA It. ' lembn! "" U"M h"6 Prmpt anJ grants " """?' MACK BRUCE'S Buggy & Implement House. I Hare now J. M. IIIGGINBOTHAM, X.EWI8 V. LEA VELD, JOEL J. WALKER. J. 8. JOHNSON, 17. L03AN. L. F.HUBBLE. T.M. ARNOLD, J03. SIMPSON, b. O. MULLINS. j. A Full Lino of Who at Drills and OPPICER8: othor Agricultural Implomonta, J. M. HIGOINBOrHAM,PRE3T. Be.Idea a g Fall Line ol Bnggies andJWagoni Alwaya on hand. In connection with my plement basinets, I will alio carry a Im- LEWIS V. LEAVELL, J. P. SANDIFEB, CASHIER, B. F. HUDSON, TELLEB. Da-vl- d 3E. II. FOX, to Order. Complete Stock or Lumber, Both rough and dressed. For Sale at a Bargain. n rw.Mici in aiaarorti, ny., a Terr with a.ren porch-Weof water at the door; .table, .moke ofgrouad In tbe lot. For V"111,"8 term., Ac, pply to B. O. ACFOSD, lg3' Agent for J. R. Allord. w- -v. Prices op ererytbls Low ns any one. I.olktt aihireof your patronage, Respectfully, We, Danville, . Frames Ky. liwtr i. ji. nitrcE, FOB JSA17E Valuable!! Real Booms. ! YOUR ATXJENTIOIC Store mag-niGce- nt Estate and Iri SOLICITED. Aa Executor ot Lewi. V. Philips, dee'd, I oiet for aale, on easy terms, the following real estate la and near the growing town of Lancaster, Garrard on Public Square ot sail dry-goo- d. room. One frame Store-rooon tbe Public Sjuare, dot used aa a family grocerr room. Two Store-room- s on Richmond Street, near Public Square, one now u.eU aa a Millinery Store, the other as an Undertaking establishment. With this block will be ajld If .desired a lot of ground county, Kentucky: One Brick Store-rootown, now used as a fj&w!S NT I'll Nil adjoining IK i ti rTPMaJWMM JHUXJ fiafsS llalsttttstttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttHI saw-log- One farm with house and other ntcesary the Lexington Turnpike, J miles irora Lancaster, ofl37 acres. One Farm ot 140 acres, 3JJ miles from Lancaster, -- CREAM otjm.sik over-hangi- rock-hous- e Ka:Vtt WMM fc, near the Lexington Pike, improred, with house and necessary outbuildings. One farm, unimproved, 3 miles from Lancaster, Ky., on the Lexington Turnpike of 73 acres. And also a tract of id acres on Gilberts Creek, about 4 wiles from Lancaster. As executor, I desire to tell all this property. I am empowered by the will to make deeds to It, A fine cbanco Is now otTeied to those desiring homes or Investments, For lull particulars address my Attorney, H. T. Noel, Lancaster, Ky.. or the underlined at Stanford, Ky. St. Ii'S. Executor. 200.3ui. J. Villi, solicited. I have secured the services of a tirtt-clBarber and propose to turn out work done up only in tbe highest Style of th. Tonsoilal Art. My shop it centrally located, next door to Wearen'i A Menefee'a. I am prepared fir the "bangs" of young ladles in a manner truly enticing. A call jrom both I ne ladies and gentlemen of Stanford and the public generally is rery respectfully f Jil..J UJriji liisa. L y. I H. C. RX7PLEY, TAILOK,. S1EKCHANT 1 have recelTed aad .till receirlng New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the best In the market, which will b. Ootton Up in 8tylo and Make Second to Mono in City or Country Give He a Trial. Wall Paper, Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K, WEARGN, Stanford. .!.. !(, "I-Ijll- m... .. .. ,!. Jlfa1- - 4i jssfai li.iMftmn, ..l..nHs'i-ysiaa- . f''j.frtj,V,-Mji- t -"- - ili4. -- ft . , , - K . a " , , n-- J Xj3. tA?M WftwisJSS9SSitiiMWfcMf; Mtatpmi , sv - 1, Stwi-MeeMnlntmorlon- Commercial shows its laignorance in regird to our candimentable date for the republican nomination for gov- The Louisville Stanford, Ky., April, 12, 1887 W. P. WALTON. WITH SUPPLEMENT DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For the Legttlature, DB. J. Sometime Of . PJETTCS, Orb Orchard. on the strength of a statement made to ua by one of his intimate ago, friend and supporter, who said he got the information from Gen. Backner hlmielf, we published an article which has since gone the entire rounds of tho State, filvinc the generfil reascuj for using tobacco so constantly which was because it had been his solo companion for the 13 months that he was in solitary confinement, had kept him from ro'mr crazy and in sheer gratitude he would not now desert the friend in need, which had proven eo great a friend indeed. We thought it was a beautiful little story nod it made ua feel even more klndlv towards the old ceneral than ever. But he has thrown all tho fit in the fire by saying to Col. Craddock, "I am glad you have a better onlninn of me than to believe such a tory. I can't conceive how euch an absurd mimtatement ever cot afloat. I wan only in prison a few months and not severe ly treated." If the old man keeps on denying iu this rainner we'll toon doubt that ho was in prison at all, that he was ever at Fort Djneleon, or that be was the horo of any of the many pretty little stories fl ating around among bis admirers. 14 CArr. Sam E. Hill, who has been very favorably spoken of for the lieutenant governorship, writes to his friend, Masterson Peyton, Esq., that being unwilling to make the scramble which it now seems necessary to get any office, he has concluded to withdraw his name from the list of candidates, leaving his friends free to espouse the cause of any other candidate. With 8enator Hill, who had a good following here, off the' track we believe it would be the best thing our people could do, if they instruct at all in that race, to do so for Jim Bryan, of Covington, a young and progressive man and an orator that can hold his own with the best of them. With Bryan to tilk to his head a few rounds, our esteemed friend, the gallant Col. Bradley, will wish that a millstone were about his neck and that he was east into the sea. No natter who Is at the head of the ticket, We shall seed some such a man to counteract the effect of Billy's burning eloquence. ernor by speaking of him as "Mr. William O'Cjunor Bradley, of the county of Lincoln." There are three separate and distinct errors in that one line. In the first place the gentleman alluded to is not a mis ter, but a colonel, promoted to that rank because of great valor in battle; in the sec ond place his middle name is not O'Connor, but O'Donnell, and lastly, but by no means the least most unkind cut of all to a people who never did Mr. O'Sullivan any harm, Bradley does not bail from Lincoln county Such ignorance is inexcutable, especially since there is a large and handsomely-bounbook entitled "The Distinguished Men of Kentucky," which is procurable. In that of the hand book there is a some cslonel, which cost him at least $50, and a history of his life, written by himself, or at his dictation, in which its start ling events are portrayed in glowing colors, which coat him another $50 or so to have printed. Go to, young man; get thee to a li brary; that of any vain individual, who im agines he is of more importance than ho is, and you will find the most remarkable book yon ever cast your two eyes upon. d steel-engravi- ng I The case of William Klesane is another evidence of the fact that crime of other kinds than murder most always comes out Thirty years ago the individual who bears the above name might have been convicted on either of the charges of steamboat burn ing, murder, swindling and forgery, but he managed to get ofl to California and strik ing a streak of luck he mvle both money and a good name, till now he U a wealthy man, highly respected nnd with a family of was pssiing boys and girls, grown-uthe declining years of his life in peace and apparent happiness. He was known as Rogers and no one ever dreamed he was the fiend that it can be proved he was more than a score and a half of years ago, till he was finally discovered, and refusing to submit to a call for blackmail, his history has been published from one end of the country to the other. Public sympathy, however, is with him, as St ever is with a mau who tries to atone for a misspent life by making a good citlzjn of himself, and his innocent family are the subjscts ot especial commts eeration. Tux prohibition question isgitat!ng the Lone Stir State from centre te circumference and it would not surprise those who 1 ' I i t, u iH : i I ! i1 I are watching the drift of events if it carried by a good majority. Senator Reagan, the father of the Interstate Commerce bill, wishing to be on the popular side, has somersaulted in his opinion and is out in a letter strongly advocating the adoption of the amendment, whereas two years ago he as warmly opposed it. Like the really true temperance men, however, he objects to and un- making a party question out of a purely Tub most rabid, rantankerous moral one, and insists that a law which has compromising opponent of Senator Harris for its object the letojning of crime cannot is Capt. Wallace Gruelle, of the Grayson be called a sumptuary law and is not there Gatcitc, To read bis choice effusions one old gentleman fore undemocratic is led to think that the has an attack of the rabies or the jim jams, In a discussion of family affairs at Mead- it is hard to tell which. Oar venerable Title, Pa., Mrs. Buchholtz, emphasized a friend has lived long enough it seems to us point she was trying to make by throwing to have learned that personal abuse is not a lighted lamp at Mr. Buchholtz head. An argument, and Bach a warfare as he is mak- explosion followed, setting fire to both f ing against a good man generally has the them and the house. The wife was so badopposite effect from that intended. Does ly burned that she died, thi husband Is fathe good brother remember his tirade tally bnrned and the house is now a- - pile of against Montgomery and how many voters ashes. All of which makes ui say what we that gentleman took up in his triumphant do say, that when a wife wants to beat her election to Congress? huoband she had better do it with her faSoule Smith, the "Fal- vorite weapon, the broom stick. Our old fnsnd, con" of the press, called the president of Bro. Kerr, of the Jessamine Journal, has the city council, Mr. Kauffman, of Lexing- failed to send us his paper since it arose ton, a liar, the other night, and got a feeler Phuaix-lik- e from ashes, but from a copy in his ltft optic from the irate Hebrew. sent to us personally by some one, we obSmith went for him then and there, and serve that he gets the Interior Journal while they were rolling and tumbling on right along and appreciates iteo much that the floor friends interferred and the fight he uses its editorials intact, forgetting of was declared a draw. The trouble grew course to credit. Two or more appear in out of some charges against the Hebrew's the issue before us, but it is all right; we official crookedness made by Smith, which love to help our friends out. he denied and was thereupon given the NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. lie. It is said that more blood will flow, but it is more than probable that hostilities C. Oikamp, jeweler and prominent are at an end. Cincinnatlan, is dead. St. Joseph, Mo., has been made a NaThe fact that twocandidates for State of oee have dropped dead within a month tional Bank reserve city. will not deter the ayerage seeker for honors Blaine was taken sick while out West, from 'shving his castor in the ring." If all but was well enough to travel yesterday. The latest figures place the majority of the present noble army should fall that against prohibition in Michigan at 3,070. way, don't think we shall have to do withAt Kilgore, Alex. Vallance shot and out officers. The woods are full of men yet who will take anything that they can get instantly killed Alex. McElvaln. He claims from a deputy constablesbip to a it was an accident. governor's office. Two laborers fell from the seventh sto THEOwensboro Mwscner, which knows ry of a new building in Nsw York city and something of the individual who opposes were instantly killed. Four men were killed outright and him, savs the democrats of the entire State work and pray for the success of three others injured by a boiler explosion should Dr. Pettus in his race for the legislature. near Harrisville, W. Va. It will take but little work and less pray- , Cincinnati is to have another new Naing to accomplish the desired end for our tional bank, with $200,000 capital. Probable name, the Western. man is as good as elected now. James . Smith, candidate for State Gen Clay has thrown up the sponge, Auditor, died last week at his home near leaving our esteemed friend, the gallant Flemingsburg, very suddenly. warrior, Col. W. O'Bradler, a walkover for The woman suffrage amendment to the the republican nomination for governor. Constitution was defeated In Rhode Island What "me and Billy" can't do when we Wednesday byp large majority. start out would be hard to tell. Together Edeon M. Hubbard, of Rthway, N. J., we might elect him, but we part company has gone enzy from brooding over the re after May 4th. cent mysterious murder at that place. The Rhode Island General Assembly A Kentucky editor has gotten there at last. Thomas D. Marcum, for a term reg- now stands 50 democrats and 40 republiister of the land office of this State and at cans, with four Senators and eight repre present editor of the CatletUburg Democrat, sentatives yet to be elected. occupied by rail has been appointed Inspector of Indian In a boarding-houi- e Agencies at an annual salary of $2,000 and way laborers, near Csrulean Springs, a man named Tompkins brutally mnrdered and par diem expentes. named Purdy. will all finally fall Into a solid robbed a room-mstTho two scoundrels, who so fiendishly line. Congresaman Springer, of Illinois, man, is out in assaulted Ray- - Steve Holcomb in Louis erstwhile an favoring the renominatlon of ville, Massonl and Boggs, were fined $1,000 an interview Cleveland, praising bim in hijjh terms and each and given fi7e years in the State prison. predicting his left-tena- Dr. Peckham was nominated by the democrats of Scott by a mijorlty of COO at Saturday's primary. . Daring ihe three months ending April 1, there have been 1,040 miles of new nam line railroad built in this country. Two men were blown to pelces and tvo fatally hurt by the bursting of a boiler in a saw-minear Hertford, N. O. The prohibition vote In Rhode Island was only 1,858. The State declares against woman suffrage by a majority of 15,122. John T. Raymond, the comedian, died in Evansville eirly Sunday morning, after a brief Nines. He made his fame as Col. Mulberry Seller. The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Pau 1 hasjust settled up for the wreck at Kio, Wisconsin, in whioh 1C persons were killed outright. The deaths cost It $16,550, the wounded $4,750 and for baggage lost or destroyed $13,31(107. At Fort Smith, Ark., Friday, Patrick McCarty was hanged for the part be took in the murder of two brothers in Indian Territory. Shade Scarbrougb, a negro, suffered death at Clayton, Alt., for a murder committed last July. Prof. F, L. Capen, of Bostoo, who predicted the earthquake last 'August, sends another prediction for an earthquake during a period between April 7 and 17,crittcal days being from the 10th to the 13tb, but he says It wil probably not be quite so revere as the last year's. William and Joseph Warford, two brothers, had an altercation at their home, fourteen miles south of Springfield, III., concerning a hone. William drew a revolver and shot Joseph, breaking his arm. He then went to his room and shot himself through the heart. In Richmond Friday afternoon Robert M. Harris was shot and fatally wounded by Will Willis in a quarrel over r. division of the estate. Willis had recently eloped with Harris' sister, and as she bad more money than betuty, it is supposed the former cut tho largest figure in the transaction. Tho new Kansas liquor law makes it necessary for a man desiring to open a drug store to have 25 women signers to the petition, and a person who buys liquor must go before a notary public and make affidavit as to what use he will make of it and that it is not intended for a beverage, The Richmond Terminal railroad syndicate, having failed in its negotiations to obtain control of the Baltimore & Ohio, has, it is said, transferred its operations to Florida, where it has purchased the Flor-d- a Railway and Navigation Comyany'a system of 550 and the Georgia Central railroad. Brown Allen, Mahone'a Auditor of HamilVirginia, gave his brother-in-laton, $16,000 worth of tax bills against railroads to collect and paid him 20 per cent, for the work, when the legal per cent, was only 2J. The democrat) took the case to the Supreme Court, which hasiust decided that Hamilton is only entitled to $600 and requiring him to return the balance of $2,-60ll 0. BANtlLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. ' Nath Woodcock Bold to Mr. Lynch, of Knoxvllle, last week a fine chestnut gelding for $175. Mr. Richard Scanlan and Miss Marv C, Scanlan obtained marriage license on Friday. Bruce, Lee & Co. sold Monday morning to Mr. Brady, of Atlanta, a fine bay, 15 hand-higharness mare for $200. Mm. George Smith died Friday, after a long illness. The remains were forwarded Saturday to Cleyeland, Ohio, for burial. Willis Wright wai fined $50 Saturday for toting a pistol. William Ried, with whom Willis had a fight on the same day, was lined $10. Rev. J. T. Lapsley preached at the Walnut 'street Methodist church, South, Sunday morning and night. Mr. Pierce, the pastor, beiog absent in Florida. Dr. L. H. McMurtry returned Sunday from New York and Philadelphia, where he has been since March 1st, attending medical lectures. Mr. Louis Cohn, the Clothier, has determined to leave Danville and will from this time on cloie out his large stock of fashionable clothing, boots and shoes and furnishing goods at cost. When he says cost ho me aos it. Now is the lime for bargains. tf The funeial of Judge F. T. Fox Satur day was one of the largest seen in Danville for a long time. Tho roliglous services were conducted by Revs. E. M. Green nnd J. L. McKe ; tbe M uonic ceremonies by Mr. Henry G. Sandiftfr, Master of the lodge Tiere. Judge FoxV children present at the funeral wero Thomas H. Fox, Mt. Sterllnc; F. T. Fox, Kansas City; Mrs. A. M.Ses, Kansas City; Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and Mr. C. C. Fox, this county. The following is the vote of Boyle county at the election Saturday for the nomination for Rspreentative Danville, W. J. Lyle 2S0; R. J. Breckinridge 19G; W. E. Grubb 17; Perryyille, Lyle 01; Breckinridge 105; Grubba 17; Parksville, Lyle 142; Breckinridge 50; Grubbs 13; Shelby City, Lyle 30; Breckinridc 35; Grubb. 112; Minor's Store, Lyle IS; Breckinridge 10; Grubbs 2; Aliceton, Lyle 16; Breckinridge IS; Grubbs 10. Lyle's majority over Breckinridge, 193; over Grubbs, 402. The above figures are subject to re courU, which will not materially change them. h WALL PAPER WAII PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT- f M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S V J WALTON, I. R. jhoji:ic, MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. N. Y. SEED POTATOES, ONION SETS, J My I'olntocH arc all Jfcw York Htock mill coiihIhI of Marly Hosts Peer lean, Ilurliauk mid lloauly ofllcbrrfii, I have a xpleuriltl nclecl ion ol Garden Heed, both Iu bulk nu d In pnpem, embracing nil tho best varieties). All KeodM Hold Hi reasonable CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Rsv. L. B, Johnston will preach at the Baptist church nextBundsy morning. Mr. W. M. O'Bryan has moved to the the house formerly occupied by Mr. Otten-helme- r. The lowsa end of Main street loo,ks price. Hut Uardto, UU of MouUctllo, Clrra. rather odd since the frame part of the old Carton House has been torn away. MUs Katie James cane up from Danville and spent Saturday and Sunday at home, Mr, Henry Vimont, of Millersburg, is in town this week. Mr. Hal Moore has gone fo Chicago. Miss Sibra Hays, who has been visitlog Miss Lou James, returned to Stanford Monday Mr. John Msgee paid Mr. a short visit to his father-in-law- , Ward. Cheap Millinery. I have just received a large line of spring and summer millinery and invite tbe ladies to call and examine them. I will hire en opening on Wednesday and Thursday; by calling on those days will have a large line to select from. Remember I sell for cash and at cost, too, if necessary. I thank you for past patronage and ak for a continuance in the future. Bring a little money and get a big bargain, Mrs. Fannie Edmiston. RELIGIOUS. The coal miners in the Jellico region of this State have gone out on a strike and as a consequence the Kensee, Wooldridge, East Tennestea, Standard and other mines are shut down, with no prospect of opening up for some months. There are about 700 men employed in the mines. The cauee of the strike is a refusal on the part of the men to sign the yearly contract, requiring them to agree not to strike for one year. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. JOE y. WATEU8. JOUW P. DAVIfl. WATERS & DAVIS, -- Doalorn In- e, Lancaster. , In last week's issue of the Orange Coun ' ty Reporter, a newspaper published at Oakland, Fla., there appears a two column article desenptiye of Killarney, the town founded Col. B, M. Burdett, of this place The writer thinks the toirnbai a brilliant future in store for it. Miss Kate Brown, of London, is her cousin Miss Mattie Brown. Mrs. C. W. Sweeney has returned from a visit to Columbia, Ky. Mr. McClure, of Pulaski county, was here last week with a view of locating. Col. J. B. Brewer has return ed from Cincinnati. Mr. J. C. Thompson and family are visiting relatives at Huston-villMrs. Mrs. T. P. Wherritt has return ed from Cincinnati. News comes from Hickman, Ky., that coopers employed by the Curley Distilling Company have gone out on a strike. A Knights of Labor lodge was recently organized there, which all the worklngmen join ed, and it is understood that the strike was caused by the company refusing to accede to some demands made by the men since going into the new organizition. Mr. J.M. Humphrey, of Chattanooga, Route Agent for the Btltlmore &0'j!o Express Company, was here Friday to make arrangements for establishing an agency of his company at this place. Wagons will be run to connect with the Southern trains at Danville. They will Ieaye here at 9 A. M. and return at 2 30 r. m. Mr, George D, Burdett will be appointed agent here should the line be established, The examining trial of James Hamilton, charged with shooting Joe P. Turner on last Monday, was called before County Both sides announced Judge Walker themselves ready and the examination of witnesses was begun. The trial will likely County Attorney consumo all of Brown is assiited by W. 0 Bradley and Judge M. H. Owsley for the prosecution. II. C. Kauffman, R- - H. Tomllnson and L. F. Hubble haVe been retained for, the de yis-Kin- g e. MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. - STANFORD, KY. A Big Stock of Brand Now Goods and "quick sales and small profits" is Dr. II. C. Morrison, formerly of the Louisville conference, has bsen in Atlanta iuL onr motto. The patronge of prompt paying' customers, only, is yery respectfully lolioitod. for 90 days, and has received 191 members, The'attentioa of the laaiei especially is called to our large line of beautiful ofwhich 129 came in last Sunday. The toGlassware. tal membership is 1,201. of Jesus The Reorganized Church MorChrist, otherwise mons, are holding a conference at the temple erected by Joseph Smith and bis followers 50 years ago at Kirtland, O. Macau ley's theatre at Louisville was packed Sunday afternoon to hear Sam Jones, who was there in the interest of the Holcombe Mission. At the concluilon of his sermon $2,500 in subscriptions were taken op. Brother Barnes did not stop long in Tupelo, but went on to Jackaon, Mies, where he Is now preaching. He has his sdiaBBacv .&r2MkkmksS face turned Kentuckyward and will be here when the May fhwers bloom. Louisville. Georgetown, Richmond and perhaps Stanford are on the list for early meetings. OLIVER PLOWS! V. V. IX. HIGGIIVfiS fense. Tey e The Danville Advocate can't see, and nobody else can either, why Dr. Pettus should not be elected by a rousing majority and adds: ''We are glad to note that the doctor promises to make an active canvass, ml we moat, Blncerely hope for his sua 5,000 cess." E:ghteen persons hare died in Knox-vill- e of a malignant type of measles. J. T. Anthony, an incestuous brute is in jail at Columbia, S, C, for incest with bis two daughters, 12 and 17 years of age. The new library building at Washington Is to cover 2 acres of ground and its cost is figured at $3,000,000, but it is safe to say that three times that amount will be called for before it is through. The Grand Lodge, Knights of Honor, will begin its 9th annual session nt Louisville There will be about 127 lodges represented from all parts of the State, and the session will probably last several days. The Tennesece Coal, Iron and Railroad Company will soon be the largest company of the kind in the United States. When the furnaces which are now well under way are completed, which will be during the year, the company will have ten furoacrs, making about 1,200 tons of iron per day; the coal output will be 5,000 tons per day, with about 2,500 coke ovens, besides lis several large manufacturing enterprises, all of which are in successful operation. This company owns about 196,000 acres of iron and coal lands in Tennessee and Alabama. The number of men employed will bo over old reliable OLIVES, and also has an improvement Atha. to make It much m ore popular than it has ever been, s dostined Don't buy a pump until you seethe BUOKEr ELEVATOR, 'and' forwent-tinJEWEL land ECONOMIST boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. Alao a general line of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Flue.til-ing- , Ii still selling tho g &c. W. B. MeKINNEY, AUGUST WEIDINQEM ) B(llMmen 4 PHARMACISTS, DKAL11B IE Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Aruciea. PliTilclain' prescriptions ucurately compounded, Alao (fefU) arH95 iff aggM" JEWELERS. The Largest Btook of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware Kter the tlian to thli market Prtcw Ixjwor He- Watcbe., CIoc U and J.welrr paired on abort notice and Werranuu. h,vtxic a m as- iSMt. ts.l x ,jr;,...ll.-V- .. wrfi .. jdkMjJitmma'M Twkot nvs cords of fine fire wood for Tins White and Eel sale. John Bright, Stanford. 3t can etill be found at -.i assssr r Evertbddy come and examine our $3 wishing to buy wa them. Stanford, Ky - -- . f April 12, 1887 gent's shoes. Owsley & Craig, The mest charmin Gardeh Seeds of every description at prevailed for several 3 B.O.WALTON, HH'11" Duslneaa Managor. A. A. Warren'n Model Grocery. ' ' as bright and as bale Y Wamted. -- Matron for Stanford Female could be. L.AN. LOCAL TIME CURD. m College, next soesion. Must haye experiDuring the raontl Mall train golef Hor1h...................- 3 10 r. M. ence In Bootn - .111 19 r. M. on, and bring pitrooage. Alex S. Fax- Harrow will permit 14 aim Bestsm trtte" Month...... who A.M mi.' r K0h........... 2 12 SoUr Bats Dr. Alcorn in the- Danville Advo-ta- thosedo notlike to fisl they leave hij calculated oo standard Urn. Tkt kori li Oar people will support Dr. Pettus, down. nail boat 30 mlnntM UUr M, C. LOCAL TIME CARD. of Crab Orchard, for our next repreaenla S, L. Powers A Co, hat, tlve against any man who may ofler, i tion of their stock of goori Trains letTe Rowland at 5 tad 7:15 a. u. HI Ml Ml Upturning, irlitiDd !:Mr,, N6 man is a greater believer in the effi- to Ashland, where thgfTj cacy of printer's ink than Col. D. G, Slaugh-- WITH a- der the! maogemenffa LOCAL HOTICEl. ter, This office has just turned out jobs that place. Their ttock LANnnmi'd Girdea Seed at Penny A for him aggregating 20,000 imprersions and be replenished in a few d) BA1L1L NcAliittr'i. B still there's more to follow. PnouoTED.-- Mr. &T4' Willi A rott. linn of Oihlnu tickle of all klndi The Philadelphia Clothing Agency of tion foreman here, has pa at I'e ony A .MoAlisler . AeKjcur grocer for the Cincinnati Ba John II. Craig & Co. offers to the trade '200 examination and beagfir king Oo.'h cracker nnd cake, lines of children's and boys' Hint; slz, nnd tor of the materialll4W - .. W AToura and Jewelry repaired on abor age 3 to 15 vear. Knee troners 8 to 17 r .i ijenancn junction notice and warranted by Penny & McAIIb years three garments. Also men's extra T. E. Cunnifl has hSS r. 3nuc jter Ucctf visor of track, madajyac Btanimhd ready mixed paint; qualitr siiesuite'res-iato'lf- t 5nl nuti ti(tuot pee yjccli.. win's transfer. and durability guaranteed at Mcltiberla A Our builders may be interested in the M, Blagg's. Hunteiw, Attention. Iiaded Cart- - fact that bids are desired by Divid Martin, Our Lancaster cojl s l&l? Cusits. ii Hotr ftMemmedatiens tei 9na rtdgr, all mm of ahot, at Penny & Mc commissioner, at Hindman, for the build- isuruett, likes tlio nM$ &JE, f , AlieterV ing of a brick clerk' effice, well that he has deter! 9Xu rr tock of jewelry, latent Ac, for the new county of Knott. The A ooMrhKTH 'Ji m . his own hook. He Isa"j j "". j V" ityle. llockfonl watcher n specialty, lien Address all Communications to work will be let June 0, A Mc A lifter. a knack of recognizts a or D. G. SLAUGHTER, PROP., Crab Orchard, Kentucky, ' K ' V.fesjJUWS.IfTl.JtaU.iii.' .kjiSAlVlMll"- -' Tin: L. A X. i preparing for a change in he meets one in theTri PERSONAL, Mmrior Journal Stent m Print, Stanford rchcdnlc nnd in tho rules for rtibning hnrdly large enouuhfJ VW O KO. O. BAHNES and fdrnlly ocpypted this Cottaeo Inst eoason. Mils. V. C. Wittituirr is fiiitinc ber trains nnd Ifts cllel In all the chief du fittht from the start will f'ofim'.-- to Ilont to fnrollloHWho wIhIi to koep houao, nt $5 porweok. parent at Versailles. pitcher for conntiltalion next Mtinday. the fittest. . 7 ''FrTCFrFriZFrsrnrsrFrs'FrrFrsnz . 's-.. Mil. H. h. Poweim left for New York Cipt. Frank Harris will leave for headDmrriNo Si'inN'of .!. Friday to buy Rood. quarters Saturday night. gelic friend, Col. D. (2uf Minx Matt IE Dknny, of Uarrard, in U U f( fortunate in first on deck with n nufrgt with reUtifwi lit Hon. (I. A. Lickey'n. It is r.trdy a county DRIPPING' SPRINGS, W. A. Moruum, E ,a brilliant younR her le;rislativo aspirants as Ibyle. Either and cheapest place to fist rcation this summer anc In Juno, per week illackstone from Hatnerect, was hero latt of the three cindida'.rs would hayo made week. a good reprotcntatiye, the one chosen as sent with this issue tSls 7 00 In July nnd Atiirut. wt week Mh. and Mm W. T. Koyai.tv, of good ai the bet of them. Now let the peo nnd many advantngeiel iIm-i- ' I 'nt tttsr the laatst two hciioii VrvHiit Rinl ehililrtm umler. 1! years old. lmlf priro. Spring have lieronu1 Middlcburg, were flailing friends here Sat- ple see to it, as they no doubt will, thtt W. sort. Our patrons nil ."i.00 wi'l' mill favorHll known, ilmt it U not incenrv for ine " $ ,,n,",, licrx or tliolr wlvi-- at nny tlino. por woek urday. ! ..VJ .VI. kImIo niouls. lxlent.nHe"'. JH.T ilav. I J. Lylo is elected by tho large mcjarity he entertaining matter K( mvr- - f U tivc inly liinftliv (IcsvUiilion of tlioni; iIiiHuk thU Mn.r1. K. Lackey, of Clallatin, Tenn., deserve. ApromrrnKliiiloiin ciunl to nny !?10 wntcrinir plnco In Kon tueky A ). riiirrtaiiKgil over 5 100 vlnitnr. nil of wlmni are my Ktiniiniiilt The most intenop waa here Tiltinjf hi puenls, Mr. anJ Mm. Ij v, I hnvi iiimbS2.50 SPECIAL 47H OF JULY RATE, Owiiifc to tin) llitfliirtiil rl'.rei(ni ..f tho ii There are romo yery freh postal clerks not find fault with W. M Lvky Imt thix S ! F'T tin- - Graadt Bail mnl Picnic of lliu "onon. which wlill he rMiiit:in I" price for tin- - chhiIhk is the question noaiesTJi MiB-iELucy Tate and Annie Shank in tho busintM nnd they sottn lo think it -- liiill in no way on biiiulii)', titiil con nflect the ix-- ninimxlntioiiv mill I will iaie M.at tt K Kin on Nitiiiilny inoriiinu'. inly .nil. their duty to delay intteid of giving mail that there were so meet b. art up from Daughters' College, looking the rcpatAtitn of Erippin Springs tlnultift all dny Monday. .Inly Ith. mivoii 111 en la. Including three h faverlte SuiaasrT.asTt hull matter all powlblo dispatch. Toe other in the law as adopteij well and happy. l plciitlid ilinnerx. anil two lodgings for $11.00. A flno B11111I of In a ir of the Ciniilierliiiiil t lie tnlli liililniiu-.- l day one returned our package of pipsrs conscientiously endorae Mil. ANit Mr. J B. Owens were down MiikIc will lie in attendance. two inlle eat of CmH Orphanl. Ky the R(??titr- - me didhM City which our clerk had care-lees- the same time he Sunday and report fnr KrtM to Me Mr, 800 eltiialed: ilii nUitnde lie-1in"l n irHiitlrally. hikI pfr(iinMH-ladded MKy." to Instead of "Mo," tion, willing that thOM that he is much better. lifarli. Htid tlip Hlr alwav tr ti iliy and pure, there l never it! 1I1 "mi uch offi:e in State named." when should be allowed toff! , SgECIAZ NOTICE. Dr. Ed ALCorn and wife, of Huston-Till-- iieh h lliiiiE know hue x a lad SCli, anybody could have seen the evident error. Since it has been ado were in town yuterJay, the guest of Snircri-r- i from Hay Fever, nil Hlwwl nnd I.lver enforcement, is oppoi Under no circittiiMance- will n boarder .received before the 'A ber liater, Mm. W. F. McKinney. There ii a prospect that Mr. Hunting tatlonof the subject tioiiltl- t- Mini ninny otliw illeae- - flml ahno'-- t instnnt lelk'f l'ere day of .June. During the month of June I will only meet tin 'tst3 gobble up the KenMtws Sob Ucciiahan, of Crab Orchatd, ton's calculations to ulTerlinr wlili I)j'p-plfor flvi nnd trylnjr every the question lo a tinlns when written to il -- o. Imt after the lit ii.? of J11I7 I will and Mr. Thomas G. Mcllfain, of the Car-lit- ! tucky Central at its sale on the 21ii, will county, iierint' pliMM-- . nnd rriiMWly I eouUl lnnr of. iiiiiifeeKfiil!v. I and he will meet all day trains it the Crab Orchard Depot, which K two and a Mtrcury, are flailing Miss Maggie be interfered with. The Richmond Ter- a bill submitting iie io I)ri.lni: Spring When I reaoUeil hero I Itml 11111 down a pi half mile from the Spring-- . Livery conveyance ciin he had Tenn-esM- . Newland. minal, which already owns the Eiat i' w iL'lit lo !'.'(! jMinniU. I commenced improving liiimedialeh-- . to the constitution 0; fiom Paint Lick, on the If. C. II I... which N ten mile from the Virginia A Georgia, will f enter the tion he Is a strict te JrrxiEJ. 8. Kikdxicx and wife, of weijflit I now 10 jviiiiim!. ti 'I m Spilugs. Eripping Springs nnd Crab Orchard Springs are two ilk Somerset, spent Friday with their daugh- contest for It, it is said, in order to secure It u wiint plea:we cine to Srlppine pr3n:, we have nil the lice, a man of exci tinct ami -- eperate waterim; place", but our -- ocinl relation have ter, Mr. J. W. Alcorn, en route to Judge an entrance to Cincinnati and a Northern judgment and mi nt- - foimil nt oilier WMlerlnr place If yon wmit health, if the alwuy been very plenant, nnd there i scarcely n day ilurimr the Fox's funeral. '&. v connection, in. dKea-- e N Springs, ami you will ei It. we believe they will, we from Crab Orchard M'lwm thnt we do not have u party of r Mr J. A. Moore, the King's Moan-tai- n Casey County has at last had a hanging gentleman will represent a V mi ili'e Ven l!eM'clfilly. k If you have never visited Dripping Springs, and wish to know real eetate agent, tell ue be is doing a D. 0. SLAUGII7ES, Praprictsr. and while it was done by order of Judge more about them write for our twelve page illustrated circular, thriving busine and has options on several I AMD. STOCK AH9 fc Lynch, it was much better than no hangwhich eniitnintt the aiinayis. tetliiinninK and all information gandml frm. ing at all. A miserable hound caught in Seed Sweet FoUtoesiTf that ciin he ilolied. Addros all communications to Mr B. M. Wiluite, of LouisTille, the act of killing sheep was taken by the For genulno Ger D. G. SLAUGHTER, Proprietor, came up lo tellfr in the Bank cie against irate citizsns of Liberty and with as much Wearen A Menefee. Jffl Oral. Orchard. If v Hubble, &?. Sm is a general favorite here ti&2i2iJSJS2S;2m?S2S2I2ttJSJSZSZS2ZS2ZIS2S2i kJiJ5X2SiES2:2i2i:tJSX2SX2i2S22Z2ESJSXX& solemnity as could be commanded under In Scott county and the bays and girls were delighted to the circumstances, a rope was put around of tobacco sold at 1 toTSJ hare him with them again. his neck, the victim led to a convenient A large crop of sWl Mim Caiuue Fields, of Danrille, tree and in the presence of a jeering throng, es, is promised in NajrJ gave a inost InterratinR exhibition of ber -- Sam Harris eolSlt was launched into the bourne from whence powers h a mind reader on Monday eventtieabore ereer,tmiir-ootorniareslet ns hope no sheep killing dog will ever Boyle, a bay gelding for t'.m -ing at the residence of Dr. U V. Williams brefdlnff, winch show that lha Denmark, Will always Iiiivc on linutl a larce anil select lino or Fural-tnrean- d In Montgomery John T. Woodford produca ipetd unaided bj trotting blood. retnrn. Capital. in this s.dim by American Clay, tiro ol UranTllle, 2 rC; sold 47 old mule at an average of MuKKlo HrIW 3. a"; Wla Clay j.jTJiJ, nndthHMiua rooiIh can llndcrtaker'H Gootln. My prices will bo as low annHck Saturday night Sim Dunn got a buggy be bought In (lie oil leu. Give mc a irlal and yeu Mrs Wilt. R. Williams hie aold hor ot T.xecutor 2 ixi; ltanchero i.j1?; Ainbauador will be convinced (hat 1101. I sell lower (Iiuu (lie lowest. to Newt and taking a couple of colored men with leae of the Ficklin bonrding-houe- e j. A Ablile 3 :6; Blue Cloud 2 ii; HI. Gothird J. T. Land sold to Lee, Hudson & Co,, ..1" and six more la the JwO c.'i. him, went in the direction of Halls Gap Clark. Mm. William will move to Juncuay naiv me slreot gelding for Q.Americanlost coy, 1st, grand 3.23i; Cirmrule Dinville, a floe, 4 year-ol(veno 3 Mjstcry tion City, while her hutbind will travel and returned after several houn with Hanson i.ii Stranjcr 1 2 .aVi, $150. News. about a couple of gallons of whisky and fcr the Wood Twine Dinder.-tPa- ris 3rd dam by Orarii Ulr; Aberdeen by fitsdyVi J. M. Harter, of Indiana, bought at Hsmbletonlaa. ilie of Dexter, 2.17'i; (Jcorse Mr. Geoikie P. Biikiut teetni to have bnndy. Mirshal Newland had smelted a Wilkes J ii; EI:lloneer, Ac, Ac. mouse in the meantimeand going to Dunn's Fort Worth a car load of Texas mares at Dam the noted ranie, Widow Michro-- , j j9 by recovered from his lato aberration of mind Bceley's American aiar, slro of tne dauis ol Dex$30 per bead. and I attending to his bmlnws a usual. room, took charge of the liquor and arrestter IT'41 Nettle 2 IS; ISobert Mctlrcvor a.K'si Joe Newland sold to the Traylor Broth- Joe i Hunker 2.19; Jirn Jewell (pacer) 3.1 and The doctors attribute his singular caper to ed him. Dann claims that he got the S3 more In the rlau. Ilambletonlan whisky for other parties at their Special re ers a lot of hogs to go to their distillery tired a 2,11 or better trutter except out refer of an a morbid state of the brain in sympathy American Star maro. quest, but Newland had a suspicion, hich slop, at 5 cents. with a bully disewed stomach. American Star aired the grand daraj of Cllnj Thirly-reve- n very valuable horses were tones.HiOuy Wllkea I.16,etc. In responss to an invitation of the he thinks well founded, that he intended to burned to death in a fire in Fayette John Killee n's Ire ot King Denmark, 1 by Wiublniton Denmark. William jji. Danville Lodge of Muons. the following open a blind tiger. At any rato, there were tire of tho lit dam by Chorliter, thorouzh-brefor a grind drunk, which wns stables at New Liberty, Scott county, la. from Stanford attended the funeral of Judge prepirations dam ol MambrlnoChorliter, aire of the darai of John Pepples sold to W. M. Lickey I'rotelne 1 18: Belle Braurleld 1 1 and of the V pHL jf Fox at Dinville: Worshipful Mister H. very properly knocked in the bead. As (rood dams of llota Wilka J.18i; dlmoiont a.:3, f aaiKalaiaiaiairl a fine younz horse of tine Daret, Judge T. W. Varnon, Smith Ir- the liquor was apparently purchased else- 5 acres of land on Dix river for $80. Ao. Aberdeen Clay linice J. appearance, ner-e- r mane and tail, has where than at Kswland, the only place In John Montag bought 64 acrea near Ottcn-hel- style and win, M F llu'et, and other. mk ben trained, but willpoaaeaao a trotter Brd-er- a a combination of will obeerre that he at $10. . is on a v's'.t to this vicinity that it can be sold legally, the Mifls Ida Piiewitte speed producing blood uncounted by any stallion A Territory man has purchased 1,000 on this aldo of the ilrir, and equaled by but Tery Mrs. W. P. Tate. She Is slow- question as to where it was bought should her relative, few State IleposseaseaUambletonlaa, Amerthoroughly investigated. The prohibihead of 3 and Texas steers to ican in theand Clay, based on the finest of pacing ly regaining her health, bat u she Is (till be Star Uambletonlan, baix.l on tion law must be enforced and the officer be delivered at Cildwell, Kansas, by May and thorough-blooUnable to attend to ber duties at the Colproduced the fa'teat woHiis pactogand thorough-blooJ- , x! marolu ihe wor'd, Maudri i.OSJi; Uamhletouuu faculty. who shows a disposition t do his duly in 15, at $19 per head. lege, she has resigned from the and American Slar, bawd on pacing and thorough matter should be fully supported in his Henry Clay, the great aire of trotters, blood, pioluced the futeat gelding, Mies Bsteey Pennington is filling her peti- the efforts. died last week on the stock farm of J. D i.lO; Uambletonlan and Clay produced tha third tion most acceptably. - . fastest hone, 81. Jutlen, a 11J; Uambletonlan, American Atsr and Mambrlno Circuit Court. The present has been a Willis in New York, aged 34. A fine mon- fastest living stallion, Paellas,Calef protu'eil the Mr. H. C. lJRiottT.of Springfield, Mo , 2,13. Uambleument is to be erected over his grave. tonlan and American Star, bused on thorough-bloowas here Friday and Saturday, called most unsatisfactory nnd unprofitable term produced Clingstone J. 14. Ac. Ac Uam A Kansas farmer is feeding some steeis thither to testify In a bank suit. He was of the court. In every ctse of any importbletonlan and Clay, bnseJ on pailn? anJ thur Sash-Blind- s, produced tho Uitcsl yearling, j.rrar-old- , looking as natural as life and hie friends ance there has been a hun jury, until the of 1SS5 that have never had any other reepectlTely, grain than wheat bran. He thinks it worth noee, yeaning recora j.'j-- , wiiii nower Blnda &c. were much pleated to hear that he is doing thing has grown monotonous and dlguH record weight of old record aal; Htnda rtoe ever.be-for- e, well iu his new home. The wifo and babies ing. The trial by the average jury, most more for cattle than an equal recora J.10. Aberi.iy,, Atitmineu year-oia deen stcoi at (ISO. Aberdeen Clay will mako tho always a tnvesty on law and justice, seems corn meal. well and the latter especially lively are Dunn's a Ben W. Smith sold hi) farm on the soaaonol 1887 at Charles tho Hush two and pikehalf Branch at miles from Utanford on At Warsaw, whore Mra. Lula Nield to become more of a farce as the days go by. as of against the Winchester ptko '2 miles from Lexington, the low price of bu been uiKiiiu the cause of prohibition, The suit for $1,000 damagss as goou containing 197 acre, to Dr. E. D. S. Parthe people presented her, in testimony of Louisville & Nashville by G. A. Ltckey for f 15 TO IXSUKE A MAKE IN FOAL. R, I., for a fraction over as their great esteem for her and appreciation the killing of his race mire, after n day and ker, of Pawtucket, Money due when the tact is atcxtaloed, the mare parted with, or b ed e'sewhsm. Alien Is retain-e- d Come see flno for her eur vices, the complete works of a half Riven to its trial, resulted in tho m-u- al $116 75 per acre. on the colta until pild Address Bees for Sale. Half to three quarhunu jury, but the judge held it over G. liVXK, Dickers and adopted highly eulogistic resotitauford.Ky. gum lution, giving her the credit for the till Monday, when it again wrestled with ter Italian Eirly Swarm, $2.50 each,Colofurnished at coit. 1 and II. GREEN. Ag(., Hnxtotivllle, Ky. euccecjof the temperance work In that city. the problem of damages or no damsges, At noon yesterday tbey were discharged nics $5 each, with gam, Apply to R. II. LOCAL MATTERs7 standing, we learn, S for giving Mr. Lack- Bronaugb, Crab Oichard, Ky. J. W. MoWhortet sold his fine thorand see my new spring ey $1,000 and three for the railroad, The Don't fail to call oughbred jack, 'Sam," to Hutchison, of esse waa tried with 11 jurors. Dr. J. B. stock. 8. H. Shanks, Owsley against the same re ilroad for $175 Missouri, ht $800 last week. John ReyX"ev lot of Spring gooda just received for the killing of a mule was mulcted with nolds has taken the contract of peeling 100 A VEX HE 2:W FO 1IU E. H. BUKNSIDE, call and examine. B. 11. Shanks. the costs. The company had previously cords of tanbark for Mitch Taylor at $1.25 Yosernlte Newu. cord. Handsomest line ol dress goods ever offered him about half of the value he per Woll - Known Thin Old D. O. Terhune bought of J. K. Baugh-ma& Craig. put on the animal. The noted caeo against brought to this city. Owsley Rotol Still Maintains its of Lincoln conuty, for D. J. Curry & Levi and William Hubble by the First Na. High roller maohlnery of the Stanford tional Bank was then put on trial. It is Rue, 20 sugar stock yearling mules at $75 The AND In position Mills is arr'tlng and will be put for $3,000 or more nnd tho gentlemen nre per head, J. A. Nool and T. O. Houchins Iti Proprietor it Determined that S.-FI- NE GOODS ss fast as possible. it Shall be (Second to no Country sued as security for Bab Mattingly, who have rented 100 acres of hemp land from Burgin, at $10 per acre the State in its Fare, . Hotel in The wife of Samuel Hill, of Bowling bought the Stanford Mill property. The William Red, near Appointments, or AttenThe Best fllarrodsburg Democrat. Green, son of Thomas D. Hill, of this coun- defendant plea is thit they were induced tion to Comfort of by misrepresentations. to sign the note Waterproof tbeir Gnesto ty, died last week. It is said upon good authority that an In respect to the memory of Judge Fox, application of common benzine lo the perlle hop In honor of tho Coat. A nice little i;for two terms the judgo in this district, son after it te thoroughly washed with Bai.ua to still be oeyed to and from the .it n If free of charge. Special areommodatloia and other visiting ladles and tfp T FJSII DIIAUD 6UCKFH w KUTinttd watfirroof, M4 will 'u'u )Ott dry Id adjourned hia court from caetile 83ap will euro that aggravating jrn-t" tb htrdnt tonn tu to Commercial Trareltrs. The liar nllt Judge Morrow ruimiu uiu.n u wai clven at Oiraley lis II Friday eoTtrIIittitirtaJai. jiwartoiiranauoD. ftonunmw whwh in- - as. always sipplied with le choler- a. j. iwwu, jiwwb, Brand1 trwvurk. lUBitraira viwfu Friday afternoon till Monday. ir, aflliction, vulgarly denominated itch. braadaof Llqcori acd Cigars. night, sWssssHnHHassaBBssssasl i - mmmmMm: ,; MMa.!; &' 1 . RrjiTacjcyJCJCJEg 18BY. ..... ,? m H PlFllM' .fa. WiP, t i : SEASON OPENS SATURDAY, JUNE M GRAND AND PICNICS. )i Terrcis of Board: m 'Yp r'w.'-i. court-house- ') HtmM ' srxxx .rsa n s i p?..i.jc..j. .Aiexs. 'jssrsrsrs sxscsri -- TEEMS OF BOJLED: n 1 ..-).- an 1 8j - tiin le-tni- K -- LH-atfi- 0ea y . e, - Ait -- a yor. lt i 2 fk -f 'tin-kno- city.-IFran- kfort d 18J-5- , hlr WEAREN & MENEFEE d, m JL s -- d c vi. yi ough-bloo- d, Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Photons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Orain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Our Stock of Ve Picket Fencing, hides is larger and more complete than from the cheapest to the best. represented. Prices' to All work guaranteed umes. no can sen you vemcics jis suit ine any dealer or manufacturer and for little fnionej. and our II-J- J. WEAEBN.& MENEFEE. assortment beforo it is broken. MYERS HOTEL, and Reputation, T STANFORD. KY. Propr WALSH, THE TAILOR III LOUISVILLE, P. KYi EXCLUSIVELY. IIui-tonvl- gen-tleme- UoTO; SUCKER ISB BHft.f r pHUI'IgT saijjWffWJI a&.'.u .'Jtrt fsjJRHWeJRRd tfftfe rC5CICTiWslWMMJsWa'la u 1H..I iunii'r,j.-iaiwJ.i- tfr 'jot jijrifltpjpf?y'' .r 1 aon.crcHnamuenp Vonr IUIb nuiuuivi , rt New Wit, IMace on Will T LECOUNir. old to Mr. Lynch, of fine chestnut geld- ' -- M Notwithstanding the fact that the gov Stmi-aateeW- e 3nleriorr3ournal ernment collects every day a quarter of a million more than It needs, ana nas iuceu 100,000,000 that In IU vaults more than LATJNDiiY, April, 12, 1887 are kept out of the channels of trade, the STANFORD Stanford, KY- prosperous con flnnntrv nrvnm to be in a STANFORD, KY. dition. The banks have more money than . . J.11A.e flhtrLl 10 they can Invest, and Interest Is lower than ever before. Booms are starting up all over 28 cent.; Jk',cV,:u foliu 5 conUi Drawers and extend across the continent by a Bride- - the country The Depressing Reaction CajseJ i.nm Nawnnrl News to Los Angelei. Mil nrnnm's DlsCOHeiY. every week, Tuesday lions are Invested in the South George Owing wag married Invested in the West and other millions are on evening to Minnio Rollers The honey-mosotting of the eun. day. Wed- between each rising and did not last one whole a II thU nrosnoritv visits us while the dem nesday George left his bride. Ho at first -and the re for n.l dfllrorM free of ch.rg. . ..:- . ..... ovnUniitlon of hi" ocratlo party ! on horse btck 1..11-.- .1 FAKIS3 WMiiiwi-"-- , "j ueciiueu iu n footing it, and if It continues tin-t- il demand-in- g publicans oondnct, but on hia wife's parents after Nivember, 18S8, the republican declared that Bn explanation George candidate will not get 100 eleototal votes .he had been greatly deceived by Minnie. Mr. Cleveland is a miehty lucny manWhen the couple were reyellng In the r Louisville Times a blissful days of courtship Geore was Tk. mnai faMnnble dancing' class in yellow hair and great admirer of Minnie's the one to which all the beautiful pearly teeth. He thought it Philadelphia, being launched as .. hnwavar. that she would not per swells belong previous to A evening wnn ww mlthimtotoy with her golden lock an "buds," always ends the in the dsrk." The IKAVINQ UOTJI last walU most sweethearts let their accepted lovers is called"tho one gas Ib turned oft' with the exception ol LOCISVIIXE at CINCINNATI, do. But then Minnie was such a neat, chandeliers, of the n it. pecure ' traieUn girl that perhaps it was natural for or two lights in one would not let Geoue when these innocents take their tmai spin her to declare that she down the darkened hall. Bwton propriety THE MIDST RnPli SERVICE dimianee her hair. hair Is much shocked by the free and easy pro On the evening of her marriage her a Bimply considers that looked lovelier than ever, and her teeth cceding, and haye 'nken leave of society must shore with dazillrig whiteness. "Ameri twwn all points In thi its sense to permit this horribly """, p.Jt of tbls train Georce, however, was doomed to Poor What would French or the hp can" freedom. shocking disipp liniment. Wnen Eoglish mothers say to i? Wnat would py couple were alone in their bridal cham regime in New York ea? Dear, ber George was horrifiid to behold the the new of her deal! Something "nawty," no doubt. lour-,o- u bride, amid the other mysteries tion. wauttnaavs D10U,'T n g, o"MrCOKMICK, toilet, remive her golden hair and take out on the B A P DtJ' Chicajo. He was a Bsltimoreman OeDOial Paonr.r A.eut. wig and her beautiful teeth. She wore a CltrTIck"! Agents and Omcets: (rain, baund to Marlboro', and the conduc head. there were not a d zsn hairs on her i he must change crs at Bowir. iI 4 m amiiMif. va " told H had be tor .u him . . I ol. linn this .ills of Bowie tllB A scilp disease in early childhood fl.. reft her of all her hair, and it never grew conductor discovered him in the smoking again. thought J. toiu ! car "Why," he said, Tneyounhusbind sU Iran fit with you If you wanted to go lo Marlboro' you r she tried to horror. H himself tells would have lo change cars at Bowl?" by declaring that her love for omfort him Well. I did" "No you didt.'t" 'Yes, him had prevented her telling him that she I did; I left that other car md citne into teeth So changed Knb. 'ho rvimi. Deck- wore a wig and Th. this one " Tne man was jn dead earnest .mnu nrM.renownManJ rIUl Lverell The lh that the husband the John ClSS were her look, however, A Wsrreo. sol and the conductor was so astonished at his lold her then and there that lbs deception innocent simplicity that he brought him on Church A Go's he had practiced upon him demanded a to tf.shington for nothing.- - Washington separation. Critic .Jural.l. nnjMlrlne an elegant " and 'xamine rau- and dlsippoioted husbtnd Ths I ,lcil tnatrument will do An essential oil extricted from onions ag .n ,. b, th. .haalnc We, has told the story all around an ! the utfir -- -junu latest dicoverr- - One drop upjn the , - and our ( risns worn in bv deceiving her lover has the Tf n Tear-foi .ur Placo. imta will came a U)od of tears, for nee years The Efcrett flsno and the Cloujh handkerchief publish l lh ecru of her ft'si baauty to and met e the two drop) will bring on sobbing and genu-in- ln.7r"ment.Nu.DUfclurM. Our m - St. Ivuil the world. where and three can t. teen at ths loMofllce In manifestations of sorrow, I in Mlu Uos Ulchatdi will alale prlcea, e c law now in eff-c- t person to simul tta '1 he prohibition a ibea dr ps will whohat. pnrchn.e.1 snd elegant pronounced one ol the to their durahllltT Fleming county perfectly The oil will he of inesti wiwlllbigladtoaerfothe public, and guaran- most stringent of the kind, perhaps, in tre mabl-- value at tin obs?q iis of rich rela Eldir" W.' I.nWilllauif, nf nuslonr Ills also repA dUoatch ssy: "Tne penalty lives and be'ore Ulnlv hesrted jur e. pleatcountry resents the John Church A Co., and will be ed to serrs hla frlemla. ,,.,., is from $100 to $500 for giving, loaning, girls housekeepThe subject of leaching furnWilnz, selling, procuring, hirterlug BtcrRaaiicKs: is being discussed in of participles con ing in the schools M Elmore, Carpenter. Huttonr Hie; (and a whole wilderness John It has been Stanford.D. JamM Bea.Uf. Staotord:i J M Philips. British Burmah. J of transfer or purchase) li Rangoin, veTinj the idea Pennf. Jlanfor J Mn Fannie the young mm of that country Kt.n'ord, A. K Oen W J. "an train, ""'''n N t a drug store on sell it. It can stated that Faria. Lsuea.ler; l tors account of the pre Charles Sandldge. Junction Cltfi w,'hl ''7','. , but the objected to marriage on Mrs K M. Caipnt be uel for cacnmental purpo-esP'"r''.; vailing ignorance of ooinehoid sfians P,eacb.rstlllej Crab Or.hsrd; O Mrs M'ggl- xnle must have been made elsewhere" iH-ijIiflncrster. among the women. M yaville Bulletin. JELICOCpALWrsSS- WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, 41 f Jj lanand tuarrUge Miss Marr license on old Monday morn- - SUPPLEMENT Ulanta, a fine bay. Lara (or $ 200. h died Friday, after a WALL PAPER, --- AT c ains were forwarded id, Ohio, for burial. fined $50 Saturday (VllUam Hied, with tht nn the same day. ley preached at the Sod 1st church, South, night, Mr. Pierce, the M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S J V, ITitwJsraleAtiitifeNEW DAST iviaxjj I Florida. returned Sunday Philadelphia, where arch 1st, attending the Clothier, has de- - lilleand will from his large stock fcru-il- a of ami ahoes and par-ticul- ar s)st. When he says & is the lime for bar- - Phils-delphi- -- So5Ss Slge F. T. Fox Batur tVest seen in Dinville to religious services ivs. . M. Green nnd Vonlc ceremonies by yif'eY, Master of tho lodge hildren present at the J II. Fox, Mt. Sterling; y: Mr. A. Al.Bea, :. Caldwell and Mr. J tf T. R. WALTON, UllOCHIl, MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. N. Y. SEED POTATOES, ONION SETS, """"" Ithe i vote of Boyle Saturday for the - Sentative- Dinville, 10G; 'I h-- JrWiOS OR GkA.asr 9 . vn t.t n $reckinridge Me, Lyle 01; W. e, GAK1KEN SEEDS ! Breckln-I'arksvill- fle Lyle 1 12; ibs 13; Shelby City, 35; Clrubbi 112; Ml-- ,; Breckinridge 10; iyle 10; Breckinridge Vnajority overBreck-bb- s, 402. The above My PotntocH arc all Ncvr York Htock ami coiihImI of Karly Hose, 9 count, which will !hem. INC0LN C0UMTT. emel r Ilurbatik and Hcauty ofllvlirdu. I have a Mpleuttld aclecl Ion of Garden Need, both In bulk no d In paper, embracing all the PecrlcHMt bcflt variolic. Hold -- Ppt 8lid. cs en-ib'- i- ln7n ...,. will preach at the nday morning, n has moved to the upled by Mr. Olten- m All good pricetu at reasonable Qrrk. Mark Uardln, UU of Moutlctllo, s r. ' Main street loos irame put of the old en torn away. at casts up fron Das- arday and Bonday at sVlmnnt. of Millersburg. Mr. Hal Moore has IsSabra Hays, who has returned to i James, jr. John Magee paid father-in-law- , Mr. JOE P. WATEHB. JOIIN 1. DAVID. Iv. b I have just M D I 4 '1 N and summer ouut uunu, nnu uU yiveyvu SUHneraml'lnvIte' the ladies to call and "to have learned that personal abuse is not a lichted lamD at Mr. Buchholtz head. An nn for some months. There are about iW examine tbem. IwIUlmean opening on of men employed in the mines. The cause of Wednesday and Thursday; by calling on argument, and each a warfare as he is mak- explosion followed, setting fire to both -Doalora In a good man generally has the them and the house. The wife was so bad- the strike is a refusal on tbe part oi tne those days will have a large line to select ing against Does ly burned that she died, tin husband is fa- men to sign the yearly contract, requiring opposite effect from that intended. from. Remember I sell for cash and at a- - pile of them to agree not to strike for one Tr- the good brother remember his tirade tally burned and the house is now cost, too, if necessary. I thank you for past what we againBt Montgomery and how many votera ashes. All of which makes us say patronage and ask for a continuance in the OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. that gentleman took up in his triumphant do say, that when a wife wants to beat her future. Bring a little money and get a , husband she had better do it with her fa Lancaster. election to Congress? big bargain. Mrs. Fannie Edmiston. broom stick. In last week's issue of the Orange Coun the "Fal-con- " vorite weapon, the Our old friend, Soule Smith, RELIGIOUS. newspaper published at Oik-lanBbo. Kerr, of the Jessamine Journal, has ty Reporter, a of the press, called the president of A Big Stock bf Brand Now Goods and "quick sales and small profits" is , Fla., there appears a two column arDr. II. C. Morrison, formerly of the of prompt paying customers, only, is failed to Bend us his paper since it arose council, Mr. Kauffmsn, of Lexing-tonthe city the town Louisville conference, has bseu in Atlanta iy,... our motto. The patronge from ashes, but from a copy ticle descriptiye of Rillarney, yery respectfully solicited. a liar, the other night, and got a feeler Phteaix-lik- e ob founded Col. B. M. Burdett, of this place for 00 days, and has received 101 members, of the laales especially is called to our large line of beautiful in his lift optic from tho irate Hebrew. sent to us personally by some one, we thinks the town has. a brilliant of which 129 came in last Sunday. The to- The"attention him, then ana mere, nu serve that he gets the Interior journal The writer Glassware. Smith went for future in store for it. tal membership is 1,201. while they were rolling and tumbling on richt alone and appreciates it so much that London, is Miss Kate Brown, of forgetting of The Reorganized Church of Jesus tho floor friends inlerferred and the fight he uses its editorials intact, Mor- her cousin Miss Mattie Brown. Mrs. Thrill nthnrwlae trouble grew course to credit. Two or more appear in was declared a draw. Tho C. W. Sweenev has returned from a visit mons, are holding a conference at the temwe out of some charges againBt the Hebrew's the issue before us, but it Is all nghl; to Columbia, Ky. Mr. McClure, of Pulas ple erected by Joseph Smith and bis follow crookedness made by Smith, which lore to help our friends out. official ki county, was here last week with a view ers 50 years ago at Kirtland, O. given the he denied and was thereupon OF CURRENT EIENTS . oflocatine. Col. J. u. Brewer has return NOTES Macauley's theatre at Louisville was W lie. It is said that more blood will flow, HJs JSsim. ed from Cincinnati. Mr. J. C. Thompson packed Sunday afternoon to hear Sam . jgSSJ j& A sijBk C. Oikamp, jeweler and prominent but it is more than probable that hostilities Huston-villand family are visiting relatives at Jones, who was there in tbe interest ol the is dead. at an endj Cincinnatian, are Mrs. Mrs. T. P. Wherritt has return Holcombe Mission. At the conclusion of St. Joseph, Mo., has been made a NaTub fact that twocandldates for State of ed from Cincinnati. his sermon $2,500 in subscriptions were month tional Bank reserve city. fioea have dropped dead within a News comes from Hickman, Ky., that taken up. Blaine was taken sick while out West, will not deter the ayerage seeker for honors coopers employed by the Carley Distilling Brother Barnes did not stop long in in the ring." If all but was well enough to travel yesterday. from shying his castor Comnanv have gone out on a strike. A Tupelo, but wtnt on to Jackson, Missi The latest figures place the majority of the present noble army should fall that Knights of Labor lodge was recently organ-!ie- where ho is now preaching. He has his don't think we snau nave io uo wu-o- nt against prohibition in Michigan at 3,670. way, there, which all the workingmen join face turned Kentuckyward and will be here I rt ltrSflWSSJPlS8Sr At Kilgore, Alex. Vallance shot and officers. The woods are full of men yet. ed, and it is understood that the strike when the Mav fliwers bloom. Louisville. that they can get instantly killed Alex. McElvain. He claims who will take anything was caused by the company reluslng to ac- Georgetown, Richmond and perhaps Stan-forit was an accident. from a deputy constableshlp to a cede to some demands made by the men are on the list for early meetings. Two laborers fell from the seventh stogovernor's office. , since going into the new organization. old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvement.tha, Nsw York city end Eghteen persons have died in Knox-vill- e Is still selling tho THEOweneboroMwacnjcr, which knows ry of a new building in Mr. J.M. Humphrey, of Chattanooga, to make it much m ore popular than it has ever been, s dostined instantly killed. of a malignant type of measles. eomething of the individual who opposes were Route Agent for the Biitimore AO'aio Expump until you seethe BUGKEr ELEVATOR, 'and! foment-tin- g Four men were killed outright and J. T. Anthony, an incestuous brule Don't buy a of the entire 8tate him says the democrats press Company, was here Friday to make JEWELand ECONOMIST boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. boiler explosion Columbia, S. C, for incest with shou'ld work and pray for the success of three others injured by a arrangements for establishing an agency of is in jail at ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. legislature. near Harrisville, W. Va. his two daughters, 12 and 17 years of age. RANGES, NEW Flue.til-ing- , Dr. Pettns in his race for the hia company at this place. Wagons will be AIbo a general line of Hardwaro, Groceries, 8alt, Lime, Cement Cincinnati is to have another new NaThe new library building at Washingand less praywill take but little work connect with the Sjuthern trains at It run to &o. tional bank, with $200,000 capital. Probais cover 2 acres of ground and its ing to accomplish the desired end for our Danville, Tbey will leaye here at 9 A. u. ton to W. B. McKINNEY. Bsletmen. the Western. but It is safe to MJUU3T W HIDING ER. t ble name, cost is figured at $3,000,000, man is as good as elected now. and return at 2 30 r. M. Mr. George D. James E. Smith, candidate for Slate three limes that amount will be will be appointed agent here say that Gen Clay has thrown up the sponge, Auditor, died last week at his home near Burdett called for before it is through, should the line be established, leaving our esteemed friend, the gallant Fiemingeburg, very suddenly. The Grand Lodge, Knights of HonThe examining trial of James Hamila walkover for warrior, Col. W. O'Bradley, The woman suffrage amendment to the begin its 9th annual session at charged with shooting Joe P. Turner or, will the republican nomination for governor. Constitution was defeated in Rhode Island ton, There will be about Louisville we on last Monday, was called before County Wednesday by large majority. What "me and Billy" can't do when 127 lodges represented from all parts of the today. Both sides announced Edson M. Hubbard, of Rahway, N. J., Judge Walker start out would be hard to tell. Together State, and the eesslon will probably last themselves ready and the examination of we pari company we might elect him, but has gone craty from brooding over the reseveral days. -- DALliSll witnesses was begun. The trial will likely after May 4tb. cent mysterious murder at that place. The Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad .. ni.i!.nnm nnll County Attorney all of itaaui'ir wri.i. ti'j i The Rhode Island Qeneral Assembly consume Company will soon be the largest company DrUQS. B00K3, owuuiioi A Kentccky editor has gotten there at Brown is assisted by W. O Bradley and reg-r.inow stands 50 democrats and 40 republi nf the kind in the United Slates. When Fancy Articles. last. Thomas D. Marcum, for a term T.i,tf M. H. Owsley for the prosecution. tu land office of this State and at cans, with four Senators and eight repre furnaces which are now well under way taiu Y Kauffman, R. H. Tomllnson and L. the ireurstoly compounds H. C. Democrat, sentatives yet to be elected. iffi Taswiio' V$ are completeJ, which will be during the Pbvilclsni' prescription, present editor of tho CatletUburg Hubble baVe been retained for, the de of Indian occupied by rail- F. In a boarding-hous- e year, the company will have ten furnaces, has been appointed Inspector and way laborers, near Csrulean Springs, a man fense. making about 1,200 tons of iron per day; Agencies at an annuil salary of $2,000 (ffM. WiLisv---Li!- . The Danville .4citoeate can't see, and the coal output will bo 5,000 tons per day, 19k. named Tompkins brutally mnrdered and . diem expenses. par nobody else can either, why Dr. Peltus with about 2,500 coke ovens, besides its Watohes, Clocks rooovmate named Purdy. Largest Stock of all finally fall Into a solid robbed a They will several large manufacturing enterprises, all The Tho two scoundrels, who so fiendishly should not be elected by a rousing majority of which are in successful operation. This of Illinois, Jewelry ana Biiverwnre line. Congressman Springer, glad to note that the company owns about 190,000 acres of Iron man, Is out In assaulted Ray. Steve Holcomb in Louis and adds: "We are than erstwhile an boasbt to this market ana of vllle, Maisoni and Boggs, were fined $1,000 doctor promises to make an active canvass, and coal lands in Tennessee and Alabama. Kter Lowwt. Watches. Clock, Prl? Jswslrr Be- the an interview favoring the renomlnatlon Warranted. on shoit notice and and each and given fi7e years In the State and we moH- - sincerely hope for his bus Tho number of men emplo,cd will be over Cleveland, praising him in high terms 5,000 cess." prison. predicting his wpl WATERS & DAVIS, MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens- ware, Crlassware, xitc. STANFORD, KY. d, yis-itin- g OLIVER ZFIjO"W"SI sm e. d d left-tena- W. II. HIGGIN8 jJtaBBy & MfAMitof PHARMACISTS. j 41 V - .. vssjr "u ('X $tt& cVfe fta ssxr JEWELERS. i&t SSI MVMi' f '4 i """ ISJ In i hiim Stanford, Ky., E, -- . - April 12, 1887 - Business Managor. t.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. 3 10 i..m...mJ1 IS F . M M. ,m .. 1 It UK 12.M on sUna-nUi- mt, tf all train alB( North., ' ' BooU.. KzvrtM Urala" Houth ii Mftlh TktftoTeU catoalated Ii about SO Bolar mlontM taaUr (Mflfl. A. ft Z0C4L rVf Tralne Irate Rowland its and 7:13 a. Upturning, airlvaal (and I:Mp,k, LOCAL NOTICES. m. LANDiirrit'd Garden Seed at Penny A Those holding account! ajalnit R. R. Gentry, WcAlliUr'i. dee'd., will preaant them properly certified to me A TOLL line of flihioR tackle of til kinds Pain-Cur- er is m early ai pontlble. at Penny A .MoAIUter't-- . has known. 3tllR. JH. C. aEKTHV, ABKyour grocer for the Cincinnati Ba t Adm'xU.n. Gentry. king Oo.'ii crackrr end cake. W ATcnra and Jewelry repaired on abor notice and warranted by Penny A McAlls ! r. Btandakd ready mlzed paint; quality Hating roll my firm, I will soil to tho higheit and durability uaranleed at McKjberta A bidder ou btagg'a. (Cincinnati New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway.) Huntt.iw, Attention. Loaded Cart WEDNESDAY, 20, 1887, of ahot, at Penny A Mo New ridge, all i" At my Uoma.at Turnerarllle. all mj itock, Alleter'n Enst. Culm. WnHt. Acconslitlnof J horse, 1 pair ot A oojtri.KTn atock of jewelry, Intent inulef, G or g good milk cows-t- hn tnoet nfthem harecalrrf, about 25hrd of one and ityle. Kockford walrhea n upecialty. Pen work will be let June 0, heifers, f Intend a knack of recognizing n newa item when In a good thoroughbred 'jull ay A McAllMcr. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. two year old, 'li CONDENSED mirhtne, I mowor, 1 Is preparing for a change In be meets one in tho roid. Lancaster is hradolgood hrg, Tin: L. A N. PERSONAL. 1 Albion xwJer, t harrow, 2 HEAD IMMVN. ItKAl) UI rako, wag-oall In cnod condlt.oo, csrrlago, doulih at ot rchrdnlc ind In the rules for rutining hardly large enough for two papers and the l'HAIN.-jbOUnritAiNSNuttrn. 1a vUltlnc Mim V, C. Wii-uu- trr her fight from the start will be for a survival of harccMdnJ60pole, 1 buggj and barnew, plows, gear trains nnd Ifns cillci in all the chief ilii No 3. No. S. No. 7. .No.l. No. 4, No.. No. C. lc about barrclt of corn, aoruo meat, out, No. 8. STATIONS. parents at Vifrnalllea. Daily houe and kitchen furniture, fM acres ot knob land. Dallr. ' pMchem for consultation next Munday. the fittest. Dally. Ex. Sua. Dilly. Dally. Dilly. Ex. Sun. Dally. Kale to comuicuco at 10 o clock. Dally. Alii. H. I, Powkiw left for New York Cipt. Frank Harris will leave for head DnirriNO Si'RiNO!. As usual our cner 217-t- J 7 810p Friday to buy good. 41am Turntmiile. Ky. 10 65 a mi t 03 n m 10 52p m, 7 55 a m I.'to... Cincinnati ... t'rr C4Jpm t023am 6 25 a m 5 01 pn. 4 30 p m 7 27am 4 02 am 7 0S p in ra'IOSl a m quarters Saturday night. Oeorsrtowo 201pm getic friend, Col. D, G. Slaughter, ia the 4 15 p in) 1 00 a m 4 05 a in 1 35 pre 10 22am 7&1pm I120p ra 1130i m MihhMattie Dex.ny, of Uirrard, la -- ...tirngton 3 33pni, C27am f339a ui 104pm NIeholatrllle lOtSauiL 8 02 pro 11 tip in 11 61 a m county Is so fortunate in first on deck with a suggestion as to tbe best (1. A. Lackey', with relntiTt at Hon. Jr is r.mlr a .... 12 33 p in ..Harrodiburg JiiDttiou.. 3 23 p ui t3 47 a m. .'.. 1228pm Ut'Sam 8 Hpin find place and rec 1120 am 8A9pin li'Ha" m 12 47 p in UanTllle V A. Moiikow, 812pm t532aml 2 5(5 am 12 12 pm Ki , a brilliant younp her leaislatlvo apirants as lbyle. Either and cheapestsummertoand inhealthsupplement 11 33 a in 910 pm 1213 a in 2 42 pm 302 pin 3 20 am 2 45 a ui UOtpis ......lunctlon Clrr a ... a Mackatone from Somerset, was hero lad of the three candidates would haye made reation this p in 10 42 arc ..Kings Mountain 2 27 a m, 120pm 1 20 a ui 12 60 pm Ssmerset 9 50am week. as sent with this iesue tells of the low prices a cood renrcrcntatiye. the one chosen '10 45 a m' 8 30 a mT 7 30 a m 10 00 p m G05a r 3 fit p m ...... ..OakJale Mn, ani Mm V. T. RoVAi.tr, of good at the bet of them. Now let the peo- nnd many advantages of hia cczy little reC 15 p ia! 8 25 a mi 8 23am 7 10 p m .. .ChatUii3ji 130am, 12 50 a in 510p m Ulrmlnglum .. iu in m Middleburg, were flailing friend here Sat- ple see to it, as they no doubt will, thit W. sort. Our patrons will alo find some other SOS a ml 9S2p m ........,... ........ -- Eutiw....... 9 11pm C20 am 12 30 a n 7 40 pin entertaining matter in the supplement. Meridian G40pm 3 15 a m urday. J. Lyle is elected by the large msjorlty he 7 33 a m 3 00 a m ... .New OrluDs .. 8 00 p in .'10 40 pm Mm P. K, Lackev, of Gallatin, Tenn., deerve. The most intense prohibitionists could 12 55 am). MeriJIan 235 am waa here Tallinn hi ptrcnl. Mr. anJ Mr. 730am ., .....VicksburK 73Jpm There are some yery freh postal clerks not find fault with Dr. Pettus position on G45pm' 15 ,....KlirPT"pr)rt. am V. M Lvkny 7 10p nil., 7 50 a m they seem to think it is the question ceaiest his heart. He saye :V.P Junction ... in tbe binme-unn-il Mttyrjt Lucy Tate and Annie Shanka No. 9 learejOakdala dally exespt Sunday, at 5 II a their duty to delay Instead of giving mail that there were some objeqtionable features Arrlvlns at Cbattaaiii at 9.13. No. 8 are up from l)auhlert' College, looking learfe Chattanooga at 3.00 p. ., arrlrlnj at Oiklilaat 6ii, v. St. 4J matter alt possible dispatch. Toe other in the law as adopted which he could not well and happy. Mann Boudoir Buflet Sloping Cars on all through trains. A SPECIFIC FOR day one returned our package of pipsrs conscientiously endorse by his vote, but at Mil. ank Mn. J 0. Owens were down JOHN C OaULT, Oen'l Manager, U. COLI.BR IN, Gen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt., the same time be did not oppose its adopfor KstiM City which our clerk had careIt. CARIIOLU Gen'l Supt, It. X. KYAN, Ant. Gen'l Frt. A, Past. Age- -t toaeeMr, Sjc 0eu Sunday and report W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky. lessy added MKy." to instead of "Mo," tion, willing that those who advocated it that he 1" much better. General Offices, Bt Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Clno'nnatl, Ohio. with "no such office in Slate named," when should be allowed to give it a fair trial Dr. Ed ALCohn and wife, of Huston htuch as Since it has been adopted he is for its strict anybody could have teen the evident error. aalnfu) rg-e--7'tllle, were in town yeaterdty, the gueat of --regular II W enforcement, is opposed to any further agirofuie and her aliter, Mr. W. F. McKinney. There it a prospect that Mr. Hunting- tation of the subject by a resubmission of Misa Sue Bcchaxan, of Crab Orchard, ton's calculations to gobble up the Kenor the question to a popular vote in this and Mr. Thointa G. McIWaln, of the Car- tucky Central at its sale on the 21st, will county, and he will yery cheerfully ONTHLY SICKNESS. support lisle Mercury, are vUltlng Ulaa Haggle be interfered with. Tbe Richmond Ter- a bill submitting a prohibition ' amendment If taken dnrlng the CHANCE OP LIFE, neat Tenn-etee- , Nawland. minal, which already owns tbe Eist for to the constitution of tbe State. In addi- snOrinp aud danger will be avoided. t3T"6 book"UMOB to Woaw," mailed free Virginia h Georgia, will (enter the tion he is strict JpdoeJ. 8. Kikdrick and wife, of a temperance man by pracBarK IlMC tcb Co., Atlanta, Ga. Bomtraet, epent Friday with their daugh- oonUat for it, it 1 said, In order to eecura tice, a man of excellent sens and good ter, Mre. J. W. Alcorn, en rout to Judge an entrance to Cincinnati and a Northern judgment and if the people elect him, as "K Fox' funeral. connection. we believe they will, wo will be sure tbat a m JJR ! Mn J. A. Mooke, the Ktns'a Mono, Casey County baa at last had a hanging gentleman will represent us at Frankfort. tain real eetata agent, tell ui he I doing a and while it was done by order of Judge Solid bar atalllon. foaled Mar 18th. 1&81. ilrad LAND. STOCK AMD CROP thrifine buiinw aod ha option on aeTeral Lynch, it was much better than no hangbr Aberdeen, atrn of Hattls WooJwai-:- . Qir.r- J I oi Jewell (pacer) .10U; Hodec 2.10 (arum. Hugo tpandmi Seed Sweet Potatoes at T. R. Walton's. McUujhhD 2.23; Irlih Ud .3x: Kato Tar- ing at all. A miserable hound caught in mLi r y Mr S M. WiLuitE, of Loulirille, the act of billing aheep was taken by the lor 3.23Ji; Valley Boy 2.S1K: Blr Wi For enulno German millet seed go to tiur Utanla 2.27! Ktll. case up to leMifr in the II ink c&m agtinit Irate citiuns of Liberty and with a much Wearen A Menefee. " i.ii',, ana otner rait ones, llo la the grand it re of Malacca a s7j Charley Thome i.s7i; "Green Hubble, A Stm la a general farorite here solemnity as could be commanded under In Scott county Ian week 125,000 lbs. Boy37'; Green Girl 3.i1'i; Sir WalUr. Jr.. - i9M: Lucy Walter ?.30: Nulbmker i.Tcar.nlil and the boy and girl were delighted to tbe circumstance, a rope was put around of tobacco sold at 1 to 5 cents. z atf. record 3.:9V. hare him with Ihtm again. lit dam Kona Ii , by Fayette D. nmirlc, br A large crop of fruit, especially teach hi neck, the victim led to a convenient Wunliuton Denmark, tire of King William i at Mim Cahhie Fields, of Danville, tree and in the presence of a jeering throng, es, !b promised in New Jersey. Denmark! ilrcd Nella . C; Belle Lawrence 228. gave a moat interesting exhibition of her nilly dam ot Wild Sam Harris sold to W. M Rue, of year-ol- d 3 v'J'i, and. the grand lold for 17,500. Kikn of was launched into the bourne from whence rtiord s. and All power a a mind reader on Monday eventtieabore except wiir are out or uiarca ot unhope no sheep killing dog will ever Boyle, a bay gelding for $200. let us known breeding, which ibows that ibe Denmark! ing at the resilience of Dr. U V. William Will nlwnyn hnvo on hauil a largo and select lino or Fural. In Montgomery John T. Woodford produce ipeed unaided by trotting blood. relarn- Capital. in thi iure and Undertaker Good. My price will bo aw low as ancle 3 dam br American Clay, alro ol Granville, 2 :C: old mules at an average of Msgglo Ilriggi 1.2'; K'la Clay - VA, and Inn diuia Roods can be Iiontclit In Saturday night Sim Dunn got a buggy sold 47 the eltieH. Givo me a trial and yen Miw Will R. Wim.uh3 ha sold hor ot Lxecutor j Jl'i! Hanchero Ambassador will be convinced that sell lower than the lowest. taking a couple of colored men with $101. a.jl, Abble 2 si; Blue Cloud a ai; fit. Gotbard to Newt and leae of the Ficklln boHrding-hour- e 9?" J. T. Land sold to Lee, Hudson A Co., .i.27 and ilx more In the .".0 c!m. him, went in the direction of Halls Gap Clark. Mrs. Williams will more to JuncUalio the aire gelding for O.American ClayBoy, j?1: grand 3 of Clrmmle Djnville, a fine, A year-ol5 15M, rost Keno 23; Mjslcry tion City, while her huebind will traTel and returned after several bouri Kith hl)ger Hanson t.iiy,; Stranger 2 it. .Alt, $150. Pari Newe. about a couple of gallons of whisky and 3rd dam br GraTla Utar; Aberdeen br IttHvk'. for the Wood Twine Hinder. J. M. Harter, of Indiana, bought at Hambletonlan. aire of Dexter, 2 17'.'; George Mn. GeonoE P. Bnroirr teem i to have brmdy, Mirshal Newland had smelled a Wllkca 2 ; Electioneer. Ac, Ac. mouae In the meantime and going to Dunn's Fort Worth a car load of Texas mares at Dam the noted nine, Widow Michrce, 1 :9 by recovered ftotu hi lato aberration of mind Seoley'i American Star, - ilro of tne dauia ol Dx. $30 per head. ter 2t", Nettle 1 IS,- Robert McGregor 2.17i; and I attending to bis bainea ai usual. room, took charge of the liquor and arrestJoe Newland sold to tho Traylor Broth- Joe Bunker a.l9i;JItn Jewell (pacer) 2.1! and The doctor attribute hi singular caper to ed him. Dunn claim that he got the SS more In the 2'30 class. Hamblotonlan cerer whisky for other parlies, at their Special re ers a lot of hogs to go to their distillery tired a i.tt or better trutter except out of an a morbid elate of the brain in sympathy American Star maro. quest, but Newland had a suspicion, hich slop, at 5 cents. with a bully diseased stomach. American Star ilred the grand dams of Cling Thirty-seve- n very valuable horses were atone j.M; Guy Wilkea s.lfiVf.ete. to an invitation of the he thinks well founded, that he intended to In repon3 Fayette burned to death in a fire in John Killee n's lireot King Denmark, 2 by Waahlngton Denmark, William iO?i. Danville Lodge of Mason, the following open a blind tiger. At any rate, there were of the lit dam by Cborliter, thoroujh-brej.ilr- e stables at New Liberty, Scott county, Ia. for a grand drunk, which was dam ol Mambrlno Chorliter, aire of tbe dama of from Stanford attended the funeral of Judge prepirations 2 18: Belle Braiitleld 2 i and of tbe I'rotelne John Pepplea sold to W. M. Lickey grand I Fox at Danville: Worshipful Muter H. very properly knocked in the head. As daini of Boia Wllkta J. 18,; dlmiuona 2.23, a fine young horse Darat, Judge T. W. Varnon, Smith Ir- the liquor was apparently purchased else- 5) acres of land on Dix river for $80. Ac- - Aberdeen Clay linice mane and tall, of tine J. ityle and appearance, where than at Rjvrland, the only place in John Montag bought 84 acres near Ottcn crbxn trained, but will make a trotter has ner. win, M F llulet, and others. Brd. era will obaerre that he pouewMM a combination of T0BpjgqMM--fcfaf- l J' A rZ I on a v'e'.t to this vicinity that it can be told legally, the helm at $10. . I Mifls Ida PncwrrTE peed producing blood uncqaaled by any atalllon to where it was bought should A Territory man has purchased 1,000 on Iblsaldoot the river, and equaled by but very Mrs. W. P. Tate. She ii slow, question as her relative, State IlopoisessealJambletonUa, Amerthoroughly investigated. The prohibiTexas steers to few In tbeand Clay, baied on tbe flneit of pacing head of 3 and ly regaining her health, but aa she ii Mill be ican Star Uambletonlao, bittd on tion law must be enforced and tbe officer be delivered at Caldwell, Kansas, by May and thorough-bloo-thorough-blooWORKi Unable to attend to ber duliee at the ColC produced the fa' teat VI, .Jr pacing and Xl I i i uaro In ihe wor'd, MaudS 1 OSJj Uauihietouuu faculty. who shows a disposition t do his duty in 15, at $19 per head. lege, she has resigned from the and American Star, bated on pacing and thorough should be fully supported in his the matter Henry Clay, the great sire of trotters, blood, pi o I uced the fastest gelding, Mis Betsey Pennington is filling her posieflorls. died last week on the stock farm of J. D t.lO; llambletonlan and Clay produced the third most acceptably. tion fastest hone, St. Jiitleo, 2 llJi; Hambletonlan, American tir and Mambrlno Cnlef the CincuiT Court. The present has been a Willis in New York, aged 34. A fine mon- faileit living ataillon, Fbellaa, Mn. II. C Unioiit.of 8pringfield, Mo, :,13. llamble-tonla- u ument is to be erected over his grave. and American Star, based on thorough-bloowaa here Friday and Saturday, called most unsatisfactory and unprofitable term produced Clingstone i.H, Ac , c HamA Kansas farmer is feeding some steeis thither to testify in a bank suit. He was of the court. In every case of any import bletonlan and Clay, boseJ on padnr and thorougSash-Blind- s, of 1SS5 that have never had any other h-blood, produced tho fattest yearling, looking a natural as life and hi friend ance there has been a hun jury, until the rwnictliely, HInda &c. grain than wheat bran. He thinks it worth Kose, yearling rec0rd2.ee; ,;; Wild Flower were much pleased to hear that he is doing thing has grown monotonous and disgust record 22I; HInda lioe record ever.be-forewife and babies ing. The trial by the average jury, most more for cattle than an equal weight of 2.19'ii Mantineia well in hi new home. The record 2.1C. Aberdeen itcoi at SI 50. Aberdeen Clay will mako tho the latter especially lively always a trivesty on law and Justice, seems corn meal. are well and aeatonol 18S7 at Charles Dunn'a two and a half . Smith sold his farm on tbe Ben miles from Stanford on the Hush Branch plko at At Warsaw, whore Mra. Lula Nield to become more of a farce as the days go by. as low price of The suit for $1,000 damagss against the Winchester pike 2 miles from Lexington, the baa been uigiut the cause of prohibition, We good containing 197 acres, to Dr. E. D. 9. Par- $15 TO INSUKE A MARK IN FOAL. the people presented her, in testimony of Louisville A Nashville by G. A. Lickey for as R. I., for a fraction over their great esteem for her and appreciation the killing of his race mire, after n day and ker, of Pawtucket, Money due when the tact Is atcirtalned, the maro parted wltb, or b cd e'sewharn. Allen Is retain$116 75 per acre. see Gome for her service, the complete works of a half given to its trial, resulted in tho uson colta until paid Addrost Bees for 8ale. Half to three quar- ed tbe . G. UVXN, Dickens and adopted highly eulogistic reso- ual hum: jury, but the judge held it over Stanford, Ey. gum lutions, giving her the credit for the till Monday, when it again wrestled with ter Italian Eirly Swarm, $2.50 each,Colofurnished at coit. 1 and II. GREEN. Agt.. ITuHtoiivliIo, Ky. succeea of the temperance work in that city. tbe problem of damages or no damages, nies $5 each, with gum, Apply to R. H. At noon yesterday they were discharged LOCAL MATTERS. standing, we learn, S for giving Mr. Lack- Rronaugh, Crab Oichard, Ky. J, W. McWhorlet sold his fine thorDon't fail to call and see my new spring ey $1,000 and three for the railroad, The oughbred jack, 'Sam," to Hutchison, of esse waa tried with 11 jurors. Dr. J. B. stock. 8. II. Shank. Owsley against the same reilroad for $175 Missouri, for $800 last week. John ReyNew lot of 8pring goods just received for the Killing of a mule waa mulcted with nolds has taken the contract of peeling 100 SJW FOIIIllII AVEXFE E. H. BURNSIDE, call a nd examine. 8. II. Shanks. the costs, The company had previously cords of tanbark for Mitch Taylor at $1.25 per cord. Yosemlte Newu. Tliin Old Handsomest line of dress goods ever offered him about half of the value ho Well - Known D. C. Terhune bought of J. K. Baugh-ma& Craig. the animal. The noted cato against put on brought to this city. Owsley Hotel Still Maintains of Lincoln conuty, for D. J. Curry A Levi and William Hubble by the First NaHigh roller maohlnery of the Stanford tional Bank was then put on trial, It is Rue, 20 sugar stock yearling mules at $75 The AHD position Mill" is arr'tlng and will be put in for $3,000 or more and tho gentlemen are per head. J. A. Noel and T. O. Houchins Its Proprietor ii Determined that S.-FI- NE GOODS IB fast as possible. it Shall be Second to no Country sued as security for Bob Mattingly, who have rented 100 acres of hemp land from Burgin, at $10 per acre . Hotel in the State in its Pare, The wife of Bamuel Hill, of Bowling, bought the Stanford Mill property. Tho William Rsed, near Appointments, or AttenTie Best fllarrodsburg Democrat. coun-jth- -t they were induced defendants' plea ia Green, eon of Thomas D. Hill, of this tion to Comfort of by misrepresentations, Waterproof to sign the note their Quests died last week. It is said upon good authority that an In respect to the memory of Judge Fox, application of common benzine to the perllo Coat. hop in honor of the A NICE little and from the for two terms tho judgo in this district, son after it Is thoroughly washed with Baofsso will be colteyed toaccommodations ii a wm i.p i 017 free of charge. Special TbnsniIIUSDBLI.EKI!-.-iiiai'rr- -r, and other visiting lallea and en. irtal rWlnt to Commercial Trareltrs. The liar -1- 11 ll h.rJul .tonn. TU. mw roMUH. fSLICKXH U a noln.iUbo.t eo.1, .nd Judge Morrow adjourned his court from castile soap will euro that aggravating roir.lt...Btlr..tJJl.. H.w.r.ollraltHloin. Kent ., .vw... vb.wh,tli"ni atwaya aapplied with ir.i cholenj tlemen wai t;lven at Owsley Hall Friday nrA. t..inirr iiiBiir.iru l.iuo.u. ir. Friday alternoou till Monday. brand of Llncari tt Clears. aflliction, vulgarly denominated itch. night, first-clae- Twenty mve cord of Bne fire wood for Tits White and Eclipse Sewing Machine sale. f John Bright, Stanford. can etlll be found at Peter Hamton's. Those 3t Everybody come and examine our $3 wishing to buy would do well t? eee them. gent's aboei. Owsley A Craig, The mest Garden Seed3 of every description at prevailed forcharming spring weather has several days and Eister was A. A Warren' Model Grocery. aa bright and aa balmy aa the glad occasion Wanted. Matron for Stanford Female could be. College, next session. Must haye experiDuring the month of April Mr. R E. ence and bring in patronage. Alex 8. FaxBarrow will permit the. use his pond to " on. those who like to fish, stipulation only that Says Dr. Alcorn In the Danville ldvo- - they do not leave his gates open or fences wit: Our people will support Dr. Petto, down. of Crab Orchard, for our next represenfa S. L. Pcwem & Co. have moved a porlive against any man who may offer, tion of their stock of goods from this place Nd man is a greater believer in tbe effi to Ashland, where they will mn a store un cacy of printer' ink than Col. D.G.SIaugh der the management of Mr. Scheneker, of ter, ThI office has uat turned out jobs that place. Their stock at this place will for hi in aggregating 20,000 Imprereioni and be replenished in a few day. still there' more to follow. Promoted. Mr. William Geer, late sec-. B The Philadelphia Clothing Agency of tion foreman here, has passed a John II. Craig A Co. offers to the trade 200 examination and been promoted to conduc linrn of children's and boys' suit; iz. nnd tor of the material train working between age 3 tn!5vers. Knee tronser 8 to 17 Lebanon Junction and Jellico, and Capt. years three garments. Also men's extra T. E. Cunnlfl has been promoted to super' visor of track, made vacant by Mr. Bald elzetuit;'Ni4,.!to-lwin's transfer. Oun builder may be interested in the fact that bids are desired by David Martin, Our Lancaster correspondent, Mr. W.T. commissioner, at Hindman, for the build Burdett, likes tho r.ewspsper b.uincs! so clerk'i office, well that he has determined to go into it on ing of a brick court-housfor the new county of Rnoit. The his own hook. He is a good writer and has m i Corydon, this State, was neatly destroyed by fire Saturday, 15 of the best business houses being bnrned. Mrs. Jonas O Bsnnett, after a honey, moon lasting three days, jumped from a bridge, at Richmond, Ind. She was in stantly killed John Floyd fired in the dark at a policeman who was in pursuit of him at Montgomery, Alabima, and the bullef struck its mark. A jury has last sentenced Floyd to imprisonment for llf. You will confer a taror on the pnbllihsr aud do tbe proper thing by itndlnf tb amount of your subscription atonca. .SEW U'BUBMl Children Gry FOR PITCHER'S ADV.RTIMEIle.lTv KOTICE TO CKEDITOIIN. Casforia Centaur Liniment tho most wonderful the world ever i. 19-- FUBIIC SALE Queen and Crescent Route. AIIt. Shortest and Quickest Lino to Texas. South Orleans, 'Florida, South one-hal- he 1 two-ho- o n, 1 RADFEELD'S , i . BEamATllii WOMAN'S 1.ISEASES s: I FURNITUEE STORE! ''r J&, MACK HUFJPMAN, Proprietor. ABERDEEN CLAY IJ 3- -j JP M; ssi; HttoBibL'Kv I a9. iPnnl '5p!W car-ol- d A -- 3- city.-LFran- kfort -- d -- WEAREN & MENEFEE, aBv v d y .S d, Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills,, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Our Stock of Ve , Picket Fencing, nicies is larger and more complete than from the cheapest to the best. represented. Prices'to All of work guaranteed can sell you as suit the times. vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for little money. our fine assortment before it is broken. and J. WEAKEN .& MENEFEE. MYERS HOTEL. and its Reputation, STANFORD. KY. Propr WALSH, THE TAILOR, P. EXCLUSIVELY. ixOUisirxi-iXix- :, IIiii-tonvl- k5NSLICKER rpl ""- - h" WTfOTiilMMgHftrtiMn.. MWMMMMM MMllfc-i-- . Hill i.ltiii,lT-lp'l-Wnvn- 'f fp rr'Hljli'iOWlft,-VWtgM!!fr!S- y H f, AI Hi ill irt u. Interstate Newspaper Commissions. The railroads have called in their os called complimentary passes, all the lead ing newspapers in the country, including CURRENl COMMENT. publishthe Louisville papers, have ceas-eand the Chicaing the railroad Mr. Blaine la said to be poawsetd of a jVcim announces the following railroad superstitious feeling that the termination of go hio name In "e" instead of "n" hat been fa- peraonal rates: Firat For the setting forth of the virtues tal to his presidential aspirations. Had be (ao tual ir alleged) of presidents, general been named Washington or Jefferson it line for the would bare been all right. Their immor- managers or directors, $2 per and $1 for each subsequent tal names, aa we all know, end in "n " Bat first insertion Mr. Blaine baa more reason to dread the insertion. Second For puffs expressed in choice "C" that begins the other man's name." English, with occasional French phrases, or Philadelphia Record. The first thing the republican politicians poetical extracts (the whole with a palpable throughout the country will look for in motive of honest enthusiasm), $2W) per their newspapers on the morning of the line, 50 per cent, reduction on each subse 23th of April will be Roecoe Conkliog's quent insertion Third General passenger agents and dispeech at the Grant birthday dinner of the day be- vision superintendents will be accorded bal Americus Club, in Pittsburg, the offered in rule No. 1, but fore. Mr Conkling, though out of politics rates on the terms is played a not unimportant part in the presi- in all caiea where the title of Colonel 1SSS ued regular first class rates will be dedential canvass of 1SS4; and now, that is near at hand, anything he has to say manded tickets on the Fourth Thousand-milStar. will be Bignificant.-rWasbing- ton bais of two cents per mile will be received Too great Buckner demonstration which in exchange for advertising done at our was to biom the Hart county hero at 15 b, has completely collaps card rates, b.it these tickets must hold good on the ed, and lie Harris banner still fljats tri- on paengeras well as on freight ttains Fifth No deviation from tbe card tales umphant in the Falls City, The arrangecan be made in favor of parties handing general's) ment was to have the cigarK with the puffs they dc t friends hold a meeting and boom him us sire published. for the democratic nominnt'on for Governor S'xih For complimentary notices of the Geaeial Don Carlos Bue!l was to preside, wives aud children of railroad (officials we il if, whilst Em wrapped in the American met Logan was to dance tbe boo atley boo demand $1 50 per line. We have on hand, before the foot limbic, completely enclosed ready for immediate use, a splendid assortwith the "red, white and red," which has ment of this literature Seventh Poetry will be made to order at been so tenderly laid away. Tnere came a break in tbe arrangements, however, and $3 per iocb, agate measure. We are pretbe whole thing has bean decNred oil. The pared to supply a fine line of heptameter truth of the matter is that Harris is so far puff, also a limited nnmber of sonnets and ahead of Buikner in Louisville that the triolets in exchange for 1,000 mile tickets tatter's friends saw thru the demonstration Epic p:cma containing description of scewould end in a failure, aud expose Buck-uer'- a nery, dining cars, etc, will be published at weakneea at a point which he has all special rate. E'ghth General Superintendents send the while regarded as hia stronghold. ing requests for the suppression of news Richmond Register. The result of the woman suffrage experi- must accompany their requests with $10 ment in Kansas has been anything but sat bills not necessarily fjr publication, but isfactory. Toe standard of womanhood has as a guaranty of good faith. Sran-fflSteeHfilnlenor Journal time-table- s, Tbe best Salve In tbe world tor Cut-- . Hrultot Sores, Salt Hheurn, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures files, or uo pay required, I, is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or monoy refunded. Price U cents per boa. For ule by Tonny 4 McAUiter. An Old Citizen Speaks. Mr. J. M. Norrli, an oil cltUso of Rome, Qa. says that be had been badly troubled with Sidney Complaint for a groat many years and with Eciomafor three yean; at times could scarcely walk, and had tried many remedies without benefit, before be began taking Electrlo Bitters and anointing his hands with Bucklen's Arnica Salve, This treatment afforded him great relief and he strongly recommends Electrle Bitters to all who sutler with Kidney Complaints (or need a Blood Purifier. Bold by Penny A McAUiter. Bucklen's Amlca Salre. -- 2B!sx TIIE COMBINED iw&-- vSTALLION, SECOND JEWEL. This due, combined italilon will mike the season of 18S7 at my stable near, Hhelby City, In Mo coin county, on the Bholby City A Knob Lick Turnpike road, at $15 the Season, or $20 to Insure. e Lou-iftvi- llo Most Excellent. J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxvllle, Tenn., writes; "My family and;i are beneficiaries of your inoit excellent medicine, Dr. King'i New DIscot ery for Consumption; having Jfound It to be all thai you claim for it, desire to testify to lti My frlcndi to whom I hare recommonded It pralie It at every opportunity." Dr. King's Kerr Discovery for Comumptlon Is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, lironchttti, Aitbuia, Croup and every aflectlon of the Throat, Chest and Lungt. Trial Bottles Free at Penny A McAUiter's Drug Store. Tblit powder never varies. A marvel ol purity, Lsrgi size. 81. strength and wholpeomeneaa. 'More economical than the ordinary kinds, and ran not be sold Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at com pet I ton with the multitude of low teat .ihon weight a!um or phosphate powderi. Holdonlr In 50c, at McMobcrts .1- Stagg'e. cam, Moral. IUkino Powoxa Co, UieUrecn Cough Balsam for cough's and cold;. 10C Wall Blroet, New York Piice 30c, For sale by Mcltoborta A Stagg. vlr-tu- o. POWDEI Absolutely Pure - five-cen- For How Is your Mood? Uie Urevo's Sarvipirllla a1e br Mcibiltf rls A Staig it ft. Livery, Training, Green's I"cctrlc Oil curei all aches aad paint. For salo by McRoberti A SUgg at 60c. Feed, AND SALE STABLE! Will make the leaaon of 1837 at my ilablea on the pike loading from Stanford to Crab Ochard, mile from the latter place. Belgium wai brougnt from Ohio it two.years-ol- d and It now n. He Is ', Norman, a bvaiilllui dippleiray, heavy uiano and tall, of gon.1 ityU and action, and baa proven hlmtelf a (Ml breeder, everalol hli colli having ben kept for stallloni. William Jamei, 'f.julre A. K. McKlnney, who have lilt colli, are referred to. Thejack, Mogul, It u yean old, Mick, with ftS to litHitrr.ft M.lvr Volt. He Is coal wkltenote, wai ilred by a jack. I black, M nandl S I Debet hlh. He wai tlrt.l br know the tleck, but know Madlmgod mule don't he It a Jack Caldwell'a Young Black Hawk, he by Velocipede, Hli dam wat Black Hawk, hell .(ulck and a good be by ItoberUon'a fampion, be by Imp. Mam- breeder. moth Hli dim wai bjr PtlgaU'i Black Hawk lllaik Hawk ti a aolld Lbnl, I vea.i "1.1, 11' nrconddsm wis ralteI hr utiles Maxwidl and wat haudi high, will ihow eeren c lit Cm t)rng, a few an Imported Jick. Money duo when Ilie ol t It tail iprlng are very fine imiUt Ionic il or iur parttd with Lien iclattitilon atl Tbchoris willttaiid at colli till Mwon rlurgoa are paid. Piuturago will bo fiirnlthed at reasonable rales, 910 to Colt Parting with mi ret forfeit! the Imuramo r. Tho Jacki at (is to iimtire f off 4 month! v U1..1I.. (Ma old. Mare traditl with or tuovid off mike money dtie.tbe colts Hand good twelve iiiniithi toreeawii tlmcs-dcfri- Denmark. First dam, Minnie, by McDonald's Halcorn; second dam by Wells' Ctuaader; thlnl dam by a aon of Davy Crockett; fourth dam a valuable old saddle mare, prdlrro unknown. Mr. II C Parvln's Old Minnie, dam ofBccond Jewel, was a premium animal from a colt up to an aged mare. Second Jewel has been shown 31 times and worn theillck tie 81 led only tbree timet. will also itand at the same liable, the fins youngjack, DncairTiott aud Pamoate. Second Jewel li a blood bay, with black man and tall, 13 bandi .1 Inches high, with fine ityle and action. He U C years old thli tprlng, wu aired by Lcwli Cunning, ham's Jewel, he by the famous old Washington riell llH.IeM('iM,lulla(TtlU 'multim ru.,1 ,u,.i vo. Nhrt.laad,Tre.WHtle. 1 Telekv. rwUiUn. MM.'J;.. ., r.mt," flaw. tleaSaate (iaaraatel fimrrr. It .Mi... faa t,ft aa P aaWJHaE Commercial College of Kr.UMr er5ll,Si.v.s,: i ns mtp ana it Huilnm iOolltge In the , i I rnrld. mA... PMtlm, ii ij, It ri'.t.iy.lt..fa, HiwwM n i. . n Kerriaci Uei r1 tlraJaatea la He.larM. lOTtuktf. .a.u.1 C'.i at Bne4;.H "' aa at- - ... ti, BBLQITJM, AXK2JACKS, it BLACK HAWK, t.samhih:i:, IiiNiiren lOdajHohl ;M ? i-- i F H unwomanly and unladylike manner, but their zest in the intereet'ol their candidates carried them to such exirems that even politicians were the tough old amaead and disgusted. The beat ladies of tbe cities turned out to work tbe polls in a manner that tbe respectable mole element could never have been brought to adopt. Under tho intoxicaticn of the moment the moet'rtCned and elegant ladies openly elec; tioneered among the gutter women and prostitute?., Worse than this, young women conducted open entertainments for all sorts of men, at whioh they made lavish use of their personal charms to irflaence votes. Every scheme known to the professional whe worker was made use of by too women and their motto through it a') wa tLat the end justified the means. The experiment in Kansas shows the curriculum that will be taught women in the school of politics, and men are unwilling to pend their wives, their aiaters or their Louisville daughters to such a school. Post. pot-hous- e been lowered in the State and tbe effect of A Queer Marriage Ceremony. the matter will he a public oulciy against a The iate't marriage ceremony performed repetition of such cnrs. Tbe women de- by County Judge Grider is tbe queerest one ported themselves in Lot only a thoroughly of whico we have evtr heard. Tbe judge v and having been notified that Jim Bet Birnett, a colored couple, would call upon him to tie the connubial knot, made prepmtiom aud got oil tbe following: "Jim, will youtako Eel, Be-z'e- Without any regret, To lore and cherish 'Till one ot you perish, Anl Is laid undtr the sod. So help you God"" All of which being answered in the ttfir- mative, the judge turned to tbe blushing (?) bride elect and said: "Bet, will jou tskeJlm, An! cling to him, Through thick and thin, Holding him to your heart, Till death do you part?" Bat acquiesced by a modest bow of the head and tbe happy pair were dismissed as follow-- : "Through life's altercate Joy and strife I now pronounce you man and wife, Go up life's bill till you get to the level Anl salute your bride, you rusty devil' '' Of all the creatures of God's creation the malicious tale bearer is most to be feared lie is an abortion of manhood. He is a e I lt E 9 f u m 1 li- - miscreant. He strikes in the dark. He slabs in tbe back. He murders character-Hbetrays a good name. He slays honor Ha estranges fiienda. He stirs up strife He ruins lives. He causes deaths He is more dangerous than a mad do'. He is more to be feared than the most venomous eerpent. The poison of his whisper is more t'esdly than malignant diseiae. The stab s of his tongue is more fatal than the dirk. He Is an assassin of all that iri good and noble and true iu humanity He kisses the hand and stabs to the heart. The sancitv of home, honor, reputation disappear before him. He is a scoundrel and itaosnmaseuo uiuarence now many a liar. He is woiie than a thief and no S gocd resolutions a man mate nor how midog. Turn a a suck-egcompanion for times he 7esra 'ligion, ef his blood ain't deaf ear to Lin! Watch hin:! Mark him ni right when he's bra he's buun' to be a bad Bjot him out and then throw your boot pusson ia'tue puis do mean mark on a awaj!-E- x. mm an' nevercnanesber minearterwards Sioce it became fashionable for youug la- A man may be full ob dcblemeut an' reason dies to wear a collar and a necktie their su- hid'elf outen it, but ef he's born wid a lacl. periority to nnn has been fully demoostra ob principle, he'll die wid de sime laok. td. You nfver eee a lady with her uecktie Judas could no more hep betrayen his over her eirs. A brief trial of six months Marster than his Marater could bep brin' has taught wnmin more in the necktie-weacruciSed. TArkansaw Traveler. ing art than men hive learned in 0,000 Nebraska reports a remarkable case of years. A human being that cm make a bng delay in bringing a murderer to tbe necktie stay in place should have the right gallows. The crime was committed 15 to cast two ballots at every election. years ago, but the bady was not found for Cvalry practice on bicycles and tricy over a year, and it was ten years before the murderer was arrested Four yeara of tbe cles has been introduced in the French ardecided that a certain larv'j deiav followed, tbe accured being mies. It has been rroportion of the men in the infantry regi- tbree times sentenced to be hanged. Now ments Ma to be trained to the use of tbe tbe governor has signed the death warrant man has apparent'? no velocipede, the utility of these machines anJ th doomed further chance of escape. h'aving been satisfactorily established. The richest colored woman in America ia e Members of the Women's Christian of Moorestown, N. J , told Amanda Eubanks, of Homo, Ga , who pays Union The next richest wo on $100,000. a saloon keeper that if ne would sign the tties man is Mrs. Jaoe Thomas, of St. Louie, who 'pledge they would buy bis stock of liquors owns the finest barber abop in tbe at tbe market price. He took them at " The Lindell," and la assessed on world, property and the fire water was all poured their word to the amount of $300,000. the gutter. into Medium "Whom do you wish to see, firnnkenaess, or Liqnor Hablt.can be Cured by He administering Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. Madam "My husband. madam?" It can be Riven a or tc.t in this world 'Is it out tbe knowledge In of cup of coiTee taklnj: withwas allera aakin' people the person it, ef. you? an' now I want to put lectins a speedy and permanent cure, whether hot enough for the patient Ij n numerate drinker or an alcothe same question to him." holic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been made temperate men who have taken the Even if a traveler reaches the end of a (lolden Specific In their coflco without their believe they quit drinkmay knowledge, and y railroad journey with a whole akin he ing of their own f reo vt 111. No harmful effect hotel he puts up at. results from Its administration. Cures guaranbe burned alive in the teed. Send and full particulars. The only safe way seems to be o ait down AddrvMt - Mr clicular 'ii. nni.un.v Spkcii'icCo., middle of 20 3c:U'!. the mar-derei'r Tern-peranc- The other day while a young det.uty postmaster was engaged at bis work, in stepped one of onr most bashful maidens of sweet 16 with a money order which she de sired to have cashed. She handed it, with :il Fifth Street, bashful smile, to the official, who, after - closely examining il, cave her the money (lW-l) Booms 3 and S, Cromte Block. it called for. At the same time he asked her if she had read what was on the margin of tbe order. ''No, I have not," she replied, "for I cinnot mike it out. Will you please r ad it for tin'" The deputy read as folLONDON. Kr. low.; "I end you $3 and a dozan kisses," B.RILEY, Proprietor. P. GUnc.'n at tbe bashful girl, he said: "Now I have paid you tbe money and I suppose Tliorottglily Itcnntntcil nud Itefur-nlalic- tl you want the kisses." ' Yis," she said, "if tliroiiRhont. First. clais Fare he h sent me any kisses I waist them too," nml ronnoimlilo prlcct, liny a nil ailaglit It is hardly necessary to say that the bal trnliiH met by polite 1'orlrrn of (IiIn :0T.m. populnr IIoiihp. ance of the order was promptly paid. Efkn Argus Having rented the liable on Depot itreet, I am prepared to train and break horses on reasonable tiby Krlrason (6 In 2 'Wllit,) by Meuibtlno Chief. terms. County Court day trade solicited. tir Mcmbrloo raniiaaler. ilam thedim of tiollah JOHX 11. tVI MtVEXTKIl, 2 30. Hli mnt ilre.1 22 and hit dtujhleri are the Stanford. Ky uanit ot is in tne i jo iiii. My fine ttalllon, Wilch, will mike the seaton o. "When Haby was ilck, we gave herCattorla, Kilriton lihalf brother to l.tlc, reror u(2'2i,l IS1T at my plarr, known at the John I.loj.i at a and told to Itoborl Jlunuer at Thurman farm, lrollea from Shelby city, ind When she n a Child, she cried for Cattoria, iMlween the Stanlonl A Uinvllle auJ lanvli:e that age lor 110,000, When she became Mist, she clung to CastorU, lit dim br Ikxlor, br old Pilot tlreol Pilot. Jr.. A Hutioavllle Turnplkei at (12 In 2 3 J lilt) Pilot tiro I thedaiutof Jar l.ye When she had Children, she gave them Caitoria Tnii excellent saddle sialllo- was ilrrd l,T X jiauu o. i.'J:4,.utwowi t gro, lie by hip, dim a LHmuiai mare. Prlmo li In the iu, Hit MembriLO t'blef ilre.1 is;4 ana 21 810 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Ijiut TOirn 280 oui of a cross blooded Whip. Hit cos ill the calls 8 ll'j, Wixl uid Membrluo 2 21',. llrlgeolt Money due when ult It foilrl of mire part- naturally and Is 1 years old tbli feprlng, black 2:2Ji, Flik'i Mimbrtno Chief 2.W.S. Bar llenrr ei wltb. 15J bandi high, lie will make the tronol 1847 Membrlno Mtar Menbrlno Pilot Welrh It 18 baidt lilh anl w. .'..! .w at mv liable on the new I'reachertvllle pike, 5 2 27, North t3lar2.2t,. Wllllani U'elib. unu (lit. l.t Irn, t wi,r.l uiiin iiuiu niamoni.ai , hands high, IlkHI'n II Coif Knreon, Jr , li a mild blick, lire of (iHikuo, reoird 2 r.', tefond dimbyjM togetup. walk around mare andsuck.no colt no and welgat I.2U0 lbs. 11 It a liorw tUit rtcoia-menbtoner, 3.1 dam by a Gray IUgl horte He bai pay. If the mare Is traded or reu.0Tnl from tho hliiik'lf even if he vera! colli tint are of fine, gooj tlie and ityle. neighborhood without ratiitjlng mv that ilie li 0Mif ting tbe btuil that behad no jfilUne. Hut KT. In loal, theseuon lidue. I will alto itand my one of the Krandrtt italllont due ihuuM make hliu He breeds Urge and It a ture foal tetter, and It J1A1X ST., IMCIiaOSD. not In Kentucky. of kind dltpotltlon, A Itdv csn drive blm In Jack fee will be talety. He wai nrter hiDdle.1 a day for iltrt IMTOIDOC, but thowt ood trotting action. At t;. on the lime terms at the hone. He la 3 $loTO INSURE A Sl.llti: IX 1'OAIm For a good Table years old tbli tin, II bandi a Inchu high; fine And clean and well furnished rootni, tbli Hotel length and good form At the tame place and on tbe taio ttrnii He was itred by Arch Parting with or taovtug tut re out el the I will alto itand tnyjick. W I I.I. I M LW.K, at hat no superior. Good rampte roumi attached. Walker's Jul. out of n.y old ,ennt. Will limit y renderi money due. fi 00 per day. SS. Ilelta-Tea- r olJ, black, H' hindtblfh an-- t to 25 ratrra Ihli Spring. WlllalM tucd batlrrd by l.yle'a Imported Jut, aad out ol a good Jennet, 3IV FIXE MuUl.UOY, ROUGE 11. KXfJLEJtA X. PEARSON & CLARK, TUP FAN! VSADDU. STALLION, At ft to on the tame rondltloni as above. He hat proven blmwll to le a superior breeder, having produced tome ol th Lot mulri In tbli and It alio a good Jerntt Jack. ! Hell iM hinds high, n.irlv black, with mrily gtuiral make up lit c'aai, Will make the I r cent statin at my titles ons ImIdIi aud foalded May 1, 1ST). It a rich mahogony bay lelle from Htanlonl oa tbe -- tanlnrd and Huiton K. S. VOW ELI,, fc HU'eot. IV t handihlga, heavy mane and tale. It ilrlctlr 2'v tnl! fiom villa Turnpike flue and liner, It loth a natural and pleataot sadHuitontllle, on the Huitonvl.le dler, brtcdi fancy, and a more uniform breeder of .x utefiy nirnptaeioao, L'ncoln county, Ky At 3IO (o Coll. aaddlers can not be found. He Is high-taatyle onbotbildas totho third generation, u backed Hell yean old. K bandi hU'h, a beautiful ma I tborougb-Lred- i up by on uolb sides, miklog blni hogony biy, with Que uisns and tall and a ptrle verv active and sprightly In gilt, in lorru and moled and a natural saddle hone. finish a perfect mcdel. He was tired by the noble Sired by Hubble's Uenmatk, known at On Time No. yll, Btandard fn lcr Buls " A. T II ,Vi,I V ) f am now prepared to tale orders for all klndi of Sumpter Denmark, he by t.oddard'i Deomirk, rintdim, Mollli. Mounts, by (.iiibie s UiloI.Q wilt itand be by Ualnei A Cromwell's Denmark h by th second dim by Young Ametlca be er Taylor s plants and will hivHtbem ready at any time nec- race hno Denmark he br Imported Merenr third dam tiy Miller t Denmark which essary. My plants no frjm tbe best seed and are His lit dam wasilred by Sir Wallace, be by Tod- flvei him a double croMof the Ult saddle Hock warranted to be the but. huntei'ibir Wallace, be by felr Albert (thorough in the world, fourth dam by John lUunt, one ato-t- d o. nrruj tecouu nam vj virgin lui (dam ol Vlrulniui the beat rice bortetof hudty, l.ah Jam by Wtij Stsnlord by Trsnbr, thorouan-brehe by the celcbratoj Two mile from Ijinratler, on tbe HlinforJ p! ks at Muc: 'i Whip; 3 dim a Whip in i re Will ab itand at thsaaus place my fiac Ja . Will make the aeaaonof 1SST at mr (arm. a'' tulles from Huitonvllle, near Carpenter'i Italian, TWENTY DOLLARS THE 8EAS0N and wlli be permitted I o terve niaret at With privilege of return In ISM. or J JO Iciuraore. At $t() to IttKiirr it t.lvlnu ott Mt. KY. MT. VERNON, NcuMJti $10 $12.B0 to ArtnurMmt liny tien. Knox, tto ne by Ver ey due at weaning time or when mare II ptrtr. mont Hero. Ac. Hit dim wat Arthur, by wllh. He It a brown jtrk wltb whits points, Colt. mire n llourton Chief, by MiNibrlno Chief, by Mamtrlno yearip'd In Jun. full n bandi hfe. lia ...:, Hotel la till main, This old and Mam committed n.y care i'aymiiier,ae. Artnur mmi It a bay, It' , namlt. ed br AUIn'i King Wltllara and be by King Phil talcing Its fine reputation. Chargos reasonable ceive mr persoual toattention, and breedleg will re- imail lllack Jennet hel alra.1 1. drau furulthed at He blue, right hind loot white, foaled ta 1M7, lip (Wit dim second flatln by Special attention to the traveling public. dim reasonable rales, to be paid for before the remova Mowastle acd he by li a bindtomelr flnlahed cult and kred to star. King Phillip, - Hehaibeea bandlftl a little and promise of mares No reipociibilltv fur acclJenta or weft. Jim Porter. Thli jick hat proved blmsell tot a 31. P. XElVCOnit. Pro'r. tapes. Parting with mare forfeit! the Insurance. He combines the ilralm of tbe haodtome lllack lueiirmur n erai ot nil colts Ian smson a Mt. Vernon, Ky. weaning tune brouhtoae hundred do lars. Hawk and itout Mambrlno famlllrt, J. STEELE CARPENTER. desirable ttock hone, and onCblel ilre'i tideand it a trace hit E. . It. V.I It It IS, twice to Imp. Messenger and twice on his dam'i YH. AYRCS. O.OIVK.NS, JAS. Stanford. Kt ilde. notary Public. Marvt kept In auy minner iletlre-- , at owner i rlik. T.A.EI.K1X. JW-C1 EsRICSSOItf, JR., 1 -- m. li. u.i lt. Kit. WELOH. FRINGE. - ee,i 1 WILLIS HOUSE. e;r m, 2.S. Mr-vi- J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. OB-IU- tci SUl-l- neUh-tHjrto- ol sii.As .txiiEtisnx. JACK, J Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. 11 'West Mnln Wallace Denmark ll SILVEE KIN& IuNtirei. I.lltn; PJLatXTS ARTHUR SIMS, HeiL-tfor- d j.XEirjaixit. 4 d &. NJEWCOMI5 HOTEL . STEVE WALKER. the a Living or In. i- 83-6-m J. J. AYRES&GIVENS, MESSENGER CHIEF, JR Laocaaler, ky, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Vermont Hambletonian. acouisvirjUiE, icy. y .TACKSON HO DSC, DB. W. B. PENNY, DCNTIST, Abdallah Pilot, by Alexandir'i Abdillab; dam 2.2.1; Khoi Boy 2.23', Peactful 2M, Harry Blsndlna, by Mambrlno Chief; tecond dam er 2.S0; Metenger Knox 2 30 Hit sons, tVil. Kill ) by Parker'a Unwn Pilot worth. Coupon, Cromwell, Eclalre, Emperor Ile.1 Jim S year-ol- d Pilot ilred Pickard 2 Knox. Jr, lien. Llzhtloot, Gllhreth, Knox, Julea Jurgenten, Knox Floy, Un Morrlt, reco'd 2.28; Mm.nger Chief ilred Maud Phil Hheiidan, M hlino, Whalebone Knox, and Alexander's AUlaltah, ' y Ityidyk'i Hamble-tonlaWoodlord Knox havo slreil the following, wltb dam Katie Uarl.ng. Alexander's Abdil-la- h recanli of 2 SO or better- - Iron Age2.I9ll, Capltola tired Uoldtmlth Maid 2.11, Koullnd i.lW,; 2.22; Prank K. 2.2i. Nellie Waltun . 2' ,, Thorsdale 2 22J, Major t" :all 2.2!i; HI. Klmore Chinos It 2 27, fanny M. 2.'.9,i; Walli.e 2 ."J1,, .80. He o aired Altnont llelmont, Keltora, Lothalr 2 ?!'; Maud Muller Zi'J'l. Kilty Mont Hnelby C'hlif, together with tbe ilami of Jerome 2 30: Chub 2 27; John I. Hrald 2 27'. Gllhreth Dldy 1.h)i Katie Mi Uleton 2 21, lllll Tnunder Maid 2 271,: Shadow 2W; Himb'li klM 2 2S Copeland 2 30, lllack Ilea 2,80. Atlbur 1, 2 10 2.25.etc. Mecsenger Chief Jr. will uitko tne pirif nt Nlns, jiscer, 2 21JJ, Ho..otty, iccr, 2 221,'Ai ill. my pbcol' i Wei froru Uustonvllloon the UridfonliTlllo pUe,t n, el-- Bar Stallion foitded la I M. It bandi high, It by Meatenger Chief, lit dam by Vermont Jr., 2 dam by Imp. Scythian, 3 dam by ilonner'i (Jray Eagle, 4 dam by Omtott'a Telegraph. Hli aire Meueneer Chief. 2 lul.'to Hit. hr A I,. dallah Pilot, dam br Maml-rln- o Meaienger, 2 dam by Mambrlno Chief, 3 dam by Imp. Napoleon; 4 dam by Ttmpeat. Mniueozer Chief tlre.1 Maud Meaaenuer 2.16'4; Marvel I.2S. (lui 2,23 and many others destined to win tame on the turf. ol Arthur Bltai, wai bred by Daolal Heuttlt. llrt Vl.idJ waa foaled In 1855. He was by ermout Hero, lit, lit dam by Searcher, aon of Harney Henry, 2nd Humden Mare by IJ ill's) Sir Cbirlrt, son of liuroc. IUcord2:31i, public trial at 16 yean old 2:2 1. Among tbe get of flen. Knox with recordi In 2.80 or better, ire the following: Lady Maud 2 IS1,, Camera 2.1!4- Independence 2.2i!fj Gilbert Knox 2.W: Kmperor Knox 2.27'.; Knox2Wi Victor n. G.n.Kuox, 110, Standard I'oJer ItoleS. the tire Thli fine itillloc wi:i make II e sratoo of 11)7 st my farm, S rnlle from Stanford oa the Hlan ford and Dmvllle pike AT 815 TO Htttnt'i'l - - Kuntuaky 810 TO INSUBE A LIVING COLT Money due when colt I loaled or mare parted with Maiei will tputurcd at 12 per month, u i win noi ' v mponiikie lor MESSENGER K11II BREEZE ! i J.li. It , it, Gil. II. iX. brother to Mind Mcttenger iiustonville. - - My ftalliui t JO ABDALLAH, Will II A Chief, lire ol Maud Mmengjr, Marvel ; il l.'i by Mil-seng- ' 10',, Gut lit dam "omer et pike at to In He volt, same tondltlom at abjve.niiii' It a due com2nd dam Klttyitlvcis, tho dam Jd Kettle (.l.Ii 23l1.CullawJ2S..lMrl2aolJ,i.,ii..T"i"r.1 bined horse, HJ bandi high, of good style and f V na.l f recorJofS uiliutes, and hai proven hlmielfn splendid bro de'. eiririoi-,- . uoy raunen 2S.;1,. faille Ker. record n u, and 1 to S r. u. 1 UO luckyGj.ntliMiiau2.l3V,. and lire 01 the ,fcoBl 31 AX 11. II nocouary. 2.J7, by Alexander's Abdillab, lire if GoMimllh l'hllTlioiu,n 2.IC, Hmtonvlllle, Ky. Ityidyk'i Hamnfelonlan, by Ablillth, lire of SI Maid. tD'"' Kft" "pare by Imp, 3rd dam by Itcd Jacket, ilro of the dam ol Itellfuunderi2nddam(5ne Hye. br lliihi.p Ham. bletonian;arddam ollverli.il by fip. Mestenger ! Kentucky Wilkes. ltysdyk'i Himbletootati l the sire of Nettlo 2 is Maud Meaienger, lull sister to Meisencr Ureeie, and 87 others Ith records ol 2 80 or better: alio c: All psraous are notlnod not to pass through our ,bJdV",lTnkt2-- . and u5 others with rcc- premises without special permission, ai we will Will make the aeaion at my atliable on Ruth had a record when I years of 2.23, at 3 yrarj 2.2,1, liraucb pike, Vsrmorit (Downing' by Hill', enforce the law against those who do. at C years 2:20 and at 7 years old won the fj.KO jlrepifc ban Allen 2.2M. Vermont J,ck nwk Is 1 iro of thMlims ol Pniguia 2 20, ind'Downtnir'si $10 TO INSl'HE A LIVIXU COLT. purieatClovolsnd.Ohty, In BECK, also lire ot thedam of Mambrlno Uruce, tlienre of Helle wil-so- n A. 31. FELAXIt, He Is a deep bay. 3 years old, IS bandi and fl tho iauo year. I8SI, Sept. filli,ibe leat the crack s.iSyft J. II. ailLl.EIt, Hlll'l lllack Hawk. WShnmin Mn,,. I,.... incnes high. Hired br Lyle's Wilkes, the tiro of Thompson a match race for a fatt trotllog mare, lllll'a IJla k Hawk' I. IlUItT. McALlBTEB, Mattle Wilkes a.37, Vernon L., trial i.tfUft lait Ited Wllkej-P- bll the wllh 84 in a ;li) Stanford, Ky. half 1.10, be by George Wilkei 2vl XI. In2tfi'4-2.17i-2- .l9. Mr. Crlt U.ivli will ..r ' .'.'" u'D"r"a z.JV, untet J.ZT' , Kthan lilt, lit dam Zslka, a full sister to Maud Allen 2.28, and oung America 2 23. ami it sire of theilsm.ofIllancho2.231, sold lor 5 7.0 CO, ilred by nd Hiawatha, by send her again this year throuh tho grand lt (ten Tweed 2.20' v...,,anDD . .,, ,uu ai.i, iiih iiiiiniia ml in LOUIS SCHLEGEL, umntiut, wu ui luivruxi Aiuiun, uaa uucneu ' rV arid says he ex pecti tolowsr hor record to 2 10 lllarlr 11.1 .u.. u.. ... .. Maid, by Mambrlno Meesenger, dam by Tina, by Mambrlno Messenger, sire of General Geo. il. or 2.12. Meiienger llreczo Is as promising ai she ana female line 14 of 2 ao or repretenta- Thomai, who urea Scott's Thomai 1 ai and Lady Columbus (llarkley'i). brOld Columbus, K. v itK, 3rd uaui Downl 9 vmj messenger, sire was at thenmoage. 01 Con0dence2 2S. Dam.a Mestsngot Marr tire of lady Martin 233 and Jim Porter jil!:. ith KlCHMOai), KEMl'CKY. Messenger Breeze li a beautiful red bay, IG bauds (lid Columbus. 2.41'.couvertod pacer, brough' dam by Young Jettsrson (a pace.) Sth dam by from Canada, hired linfldence 2 2 Columbui muscular and itroug, Navlgator2 Photographs in all styles and sizos, Will altostand a well-- ed Jack anl a good high, si, ltoamon.12.30',. an t ) ou rv. lumbus 2 breeder It' j hand high of a tprly conformation and there does not exlit Vi t" :M0or" ;.,V'"'eN.2.2M, NamelMtTti Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and a finer tpiclmen uf tho At $S to It the ,lre uf j 2.30 Colt ! on Kenturky toll H'.K Water Colors. 0,rbfl.,fr.'rforwc"nJ heb I sons that have trotting bred horse and coming ai ho doei from a sired 14 230 or better Pired by Stlggall's Jsek, Rouih A Ready, was by ) Old ColumNow designs In Frames ant Mats at very low bus lsthefoumUrolthe Columbus Old Gibe; 1st dam by guperlor Mammoth, be by. produclrg family, Lit sire, hli dam and hli grand-da(201-y. Prices. blood was totho Kin what the Pilot."!.' which Kojal Mammoth. bio od ail being producers of speed, bo It Juit tbe was to Kentucky. TllOS. V. Money due at weaning time or when mare JtOlllXSOX, , (ilC-aC. GIVEXU. psrtcd with. WATT COCUaUN Stanford. Ky a lasting liuprtiilon on WOOD WALLACE. kind of a hone to make Offlce on Lancanter itreet, biorJoorval office. Urflco to Imtb 8 to U a Anesthetics administered wuup 161-- 1 y r. t ajon at L(ill.11A.'S.iulcs(fom nuke the prete-i- next door noun from fjo NJIMTII of the dam 01 Stanfud, on the dium t jSJ;. a .11. Gentle MteiaiMlro ol 1'. .til 2.10 alto Maud Mesi;ger j:1i,', un.l I'eal Me- llilnu tc-tl- I)K3CniPriON AND PI.l)I(.'.i:i;-Verm- on Uamb etonlan I a blick horse, futle.1 In 1M2, six. teen handt hUh, two white fevt behind, sired br William Wei. h. br itvsdvk s Html.lrl. ,n!.n l.t dam Katie Grlmra, by GUI's 9rtu011t, 2nd dam Ulack hwan, by Helm's Yorkttilte. by Imp 1 ork. hire, 3rd dam I.lttle Kmlly, by Wagner, br Mr Charlet, by Sir Archr, tthdam Kmlly opet, tv Imp, tevlathan.Sthdam by Paikolel, Clh dam br if. Gnxmdrlver 7th dam br Marrland I'h.nl dim by Hinnlbil, 'Mlim byHlfxy. by llowel (St e Bpee.1 in lirnce's HUil llookol I,gei32 Veimout llsmbletonlin Ha Uo big hor,., style and rtixid lKno, .ind sure breeder, lire I ly William Welch, tbe tire ol l'nnee li,t..i. 2.2.', .Jeremiah 2.s (iie T it ir .t 1.1 j jn Letter. William Welch was ilred br llyidyk 1 Hiiiiblrlonlaii prl'tie rcord w It! Uti ih .1.. uf IUlen'i Prlntr, 2 .'" arxlbyluip TruMie tn 1' ('uttor)and t.re of twnt tuilet trotter. Tr ie, jiiimny n sonoi taiuMtno, by Imp M iuj. mr. llma erand son ci ihn .,..i 1... dyk's llsiubleloolin. the urandiwt ilro .1 vm.', an ' Glll'i Vcrmout rombln d, biikcd by thorou.li. uin,, n,i, uia.n auua unci aorta, l.ylrk s by Abdaltab, arm of Mitni.rluo Imti. lelKounder.2iUtn t,r lllih,.,, . n..,i dim Ir an, H dam by Imp, Mettenger, iiii t eriuoni by iMwulni irujont tire f thedamof l.nlgtu 2 i In dam ly Coluthl U'arkiey'Dion ot (olumhtit. tire i (oir lene 1 2 2.H; 2nd ilim hjr llrir.i'd tire in the ,amt c ' ui"" "T .Maiiniea. V"" nam ol 1 iiiuax i ai. (.lilt erruont It tir.ior . the lire thinner Hoy 2 23 HltfC Msria 2 21, , Oar 2.VJ undLogtn ;.biv aiTO ,re of , OainlMtta Wilkes aii 1 e t- ImiCt A COLT. t. . ...?'"' r 1 . ,r ' -- .. li. ld Kcimey Wilkes irjt. Will-lam- clr-cu- 4,--' t.,-1- 1- PJXOTOORAPIIEB, '". r well-bro- well-kni- t, b Insure a Living w " m 1 a, WALLACE&COCHRAN, GENTS' FURNISHERS, SI3, 4th Street, his progeny. $30 SfAhPOSD, l.'Y. TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL. Money duo when the tict Is ascertained, or maie parted with or bred to another horse. Will make MSkJ rar.a ll r TO . UATS. JflirOuriiL4 a.l V 1 Itsithirltu,,. ul yourlJtuh.t,, onntnJ i.ia.i, keuntouirVtinM,(,xl .W'sbtje sue, ml In toll einiHtr. i.rr . btigittnitUirKtl n. it Aleett A-- Mtk, lUUjn.V, Y. an t (.Itet, LOUISVILLE, 1W 2m. - - - KY. tlie Vc 9 w ;uu .iiMt rlotil. furs .Sin on. Jiiit. i. Grace -- cmuim Eaf Xrasalsjua tr t. tw di.ou tho spiton ol 1(97 on tho (arm of About 1 reiu tt uxiliUlema lion EllT.VcA mile from ?tao(ord. LIST Ell. lIrut Cisabal Ci BOaofnnatl,BpjfJ OhloJsM SoltlrDrjfx !. Tn.a 41.00,