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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887042601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi mzMm Itiieffof iiniftwtl 0' VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1887. rfHriV? !??UF.Yt ?n .hPet.lmndon.t of NO. 223. H. K. TAYLOH, ' CandM.te or the offlc. ahll Irutructlon, iubl.ct HtatoConTention. 4 are. "Life and I.tnrr " We are tremSlmg to lieu fr.iin Kantiicly and that lain nut pu' of peachc, "inoin;h t r a f.aif cron," repjrted in the lait I.vte-- !. Mar' you urut b "nowed tin ler," iK i and frail threatening in with e Jackeor' Hi the terrible "ruler of the darker-- of the world" i ever nipping the tender hjiln of hnpi an i daubing cup of joy and plsasant expectation from our lip Juit like him' Wao will nit well the cry "lorn I.ORI) Jettn, cjtue ijuickl)"" We wot to "our church" S mday. Or Short it the excellent rclor, but we heard a natldsa aerman fr mi a youag deaon, y junt "in order," which et ii thinking of Will. Tne dear young man preach ed a nrl-rl- e reroiou on the "old linen," which yet are not the. oldett, nor neret the Apxllen. I didn't like hi "line" and wijheJ him a better knowledge of the dear (lad, than to uppae that lie doea or can "permit evil" of aa ort, or do anything eNe, except to loathe it and try H'e Tery bexit to put it out of exinlence The theory o commonly held of (Jod'n Almightineni' in weak in the wrong place, and ntrongin the man place. It aaserl ie that Ool Noaa doeth "H will in. the i' heaven ind and aonng the inhabi ttntn of the rth," alt nugh there are mil liminof th'n;n d.ine t)-l- y ij lite cintrtry t lit. will no in ich that I am told when 1 pray lo not forget to ttk Ihin petition "Toy will ba dine in eirth an it in dono in Djee anr pewon ciniiatently hraven." LOUD telln ma to auk hold that the fcr a th n tint li n I'cimplhhed f ic '' a prjf, inc)ntroe-tIli- ' The p'ti'ion that Hie will in not "done in earth," et thin. im deunrsliiing theory, which ittoiilly aiinerta aomelhlng that (Ilea ii tt iu the face of ncrlpture and of facto; at the eiine time when on) re lily wantn Almijhti ne to thow iteelf, in reicuing fiitati'ii victims from Hin conquering hand', acknowledge! itself fairly def Jle.I in leaving nineteen twentieth of the wretched race of ln nerH in hopjlfi', endlein mlncry, affer inef feet ml attempt to aivo them. Sid manifentation of Alm'ghtinen-- , thb' Happilr, it in not in ecrlpture. In the dear bible 0 )d i the "Almighty Qod," exactly ia uiont needed. where Ilia omnipitence "To be testlfud in due time," as Paul eaj b I noticed one admirable trait in Dp Hh'il'j reading of the eervicj. He glvw hii coogregation time, f.tlrly, to read their psi. of the Pnalter and don't cut them ofl without "beneGt of clergy," when no human tongue, at a reverent rate, could poeeibly compana the entire ver, but ia abruptly halted by the impatient rector with ab mt three uopronounced word in the lurch. Thi. ia conmou "evil under tho nun,' lipincopal, that ought to ha corrected. I don't mean to give place to drawlera, "no, not for an hour," hut to give fair readers, responding at the rector'n own rate of a decent chauru. I wonder bow lie wkIi'iJ feel if bin congregation Hhou'd brek in on him before hN Imt three word lij-h- 'e ten-derlnr-w- wereopoken? I am afraid I ahould bead ed aa any that you will find in this courte DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. an iniurreclion of that eorl. if I were oblig-e- k oua South, oumaveay what you like, The rfeinocricy ol LincilD county crowdto be habitually nnubed after thii too but there ia a difirenco between that ed the C Mirt House Saturday afternoon t common fanhion. Perhapa it ia a well I "mind your own bualnen, I am minding the lap of the bsll and immediately tioi7icil ehould keep "on the road" and not rattle mine," which ia the street language of the Ato tin work in hand. Chairman anywhere, leit I ahould be a ' troubler in Puritan Xoitli, and the lifting of the hat lo of lha INU County Committee, James E. Lynn, Inrael." stranger, with all ila graciom courteiy, called the meeting to order and stated that Jackaon la charming now. It remind which in the common thing understood If weeredlt tht 11.50 will bo in the Cavalier its object wan to name delegates to the State meof Danville, only it ia far more scatter- Ssuth. The triben are of the came COMPANY and demanded. Israel, convention to eleci demur lio candidates ing. The foliage of the water-oa- k in about but their inothein were not the same. Kver for State effices. Nominations for chair nloftly aa anything I know in the leaf in Jesun, W. T. WALTON- Geo. O. IUhnm. m man being in order, K, C. Warren named line, and the town i half hidden in thi KINGS MOUHTAIN, LINCOLN Judge Thomas W. Varm n, wl o was ch a COUNTY. beautiful ahade tree. Tho meeting in junt glrrioti. I hear on They say Junction City ha struck gi( ei without opposition. In taking the chair he made a epetch counseling harmony and every hand that thi whole city h atirred and is booming We think th t will give More bible reading going on than for a long Huntonvillo liceti'o to boom, if Htanfjrd taesubserration of personal inttrests for GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELBE. the parly's gord. W P. Walton was then time. Our audWncen are good and y still prefers to remain quiet. cbonen eecrelary and W. F McClary arose appriclative A good many of the A petition is being gotten up among IMIA.IHH i'J'II JJ "tegular." kick, but wo get that increasing our busina men asking the Department to and presented the following resolutions: The democratic of Luiciln county clan tlat ncfer dArkeni a church duor. strike out Mountain Statiou and make the Jaiihun, Mliwi, April '., in mass convention assembled, adopt the And you uiunt not think that theee are all postcfliisename Kings, or Kings City near Dear Inkkiok. V cjuid fo'loing resolution : & touching (be fnxt-lin- e lait niht. Nitfht or chiefly clad in fjntian, Far from il. Mrs Sjnan Hjrton died Wedneday 1 That we approve the action of the The brainiest men I meet are of the num- night, after a long epell cf sickness. Only before lat we had a delicinti. rain, Staie Executive Committee calling a S ate nccordini; lo theiletr I.MtI)S own uiiml, ber. The uiont thoughtful men 1 know, about one year ago her husband, John Hor Convention of the Democracy to bs held "Krcry taak guaranteed to glra latlifacti jo which la ever ac;orilinK lo the comfort of are, not eldom, found in the renka of the ton, was buried. The two were widely in Louieville on the l.h day of May, JSs?, HiacreaturtM Tnat W, ader everybody wa. pei- - ntent non church goer. known and generally loved. for the purpose of nominating candidates LOUIS SCHLEtiEL, A preacher aaid to me. "Uut are you Dr. Irian, of Cincinnati, is in town, antiR In bed, and nobodj out to be drenched for the various Slate cflicea to ba filled by camp in a loyely way, liKe the are not afraid of making chrintianitv too prospecting for a location to build a cumby it, it election on the first Monday in August Good Father' benediction, an 1 not in the cheap, Mr, ISirner?" "Can you getitchn.p-e- r mer report. He thinks bo will locate hin next and that we pledge to the nominees of Tiolent, unwhoUome, cyclonic fntblon the than without money and without prici." iu the suburbs .f our little city. Ojr place ItlCHH'JMI, KKNTUCKl. that convention our hearty and undivided deril delight, iu Ity tmining the refresh-in- ; I aimwcred. ' I5jl I mean thin," he retort oiUm great inducemtii'.s as to tcenery, cli Photographs in all styles and sizos. support. ahovrer hnd gone to the mate, good water and hrialthr atmosphere. mouth ed; "to day n man of the world met L' That John (J Lrnn, James II Hutch Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and eaid; 'We are wirktd fellowt, going lo The pro'pect for a pe.ch crop at this that rrete (Miction for Untie, the drooping ings, Samnel T. Harris, K C. Warren, G Water Colors. plant had lifted their he.ada with jar; the the bad place, according to the parnonn, but wrilirg is good. Mr. McKee tells us that if A Traylor, A K Denney, M. C. Saufley, New des!gn In I'ramea anl Mats at Tery low Mr J5arne Qxea it up all right for ur.' Xjw one. third of what he baa left mature that he birds were .imdiu blithely, and the, tor Tbos. 1). Newland, John S. Muiphy, W 11 Prlco. (201 ly. rueatiiii: dut W44 thorouhlr laid for a are you not enciuraging that man to go on will have at a low estimate 10,000 bushels Miller, W. O. Hansford, Jts If. Carter, J. of peaches this eea-ot'nu. Jack-ioMcKee Co. have dut in dreadful when it In Hit?" "Xj. Btr," I annnreiexi. "I'erliapn that in 31 000 tree', part cf them not Urge enough M. Cook, W. L. McCnt.y be and they are DR. W. B. PENNY, gel" the tippernaud, and the cprinklinu hereby elected and appointed delegates to UKNTIST, had not ( )mmencid Ibeir grateful la the Gml, authorized gleam of hope that to bear yet. said State Convention, with full power and aiolcy If Iiom at lait acoiin'H. Hj we choked nud pior fellow ban ever hud. Let him njy Clark would let us have prohi rain. Yesterday it, I pray you. It may be hi heart will bition one day in a week, we would be very authority to fill any vacancy that may oc cou'heland wUhed cur in their own body by appointment, the wettner waa hetTen'jr, air crisp and lofun bcLre hoknona it, under iVt teudir-in- g much obliged to him. 1 wonder if he such appointees to b democrats and voters ii II lence. Preaching him into it bone would uot, if the county j.idge would pr-t-i a co)i to lifeline what y.)it knew n ' oi)ne," wh ilever tha life Hiving tub lea hell ban turned him into Hint, (live tion bim to not sell to tho boys oa Sunday, ol .'J.Lincoln county. That recogniziog in Hon. John D and we all grew hopeful grace and love one little ch ince, p!cer . See Ciabe Itoee aays he has qut'. Clark has all alacceraaj Harris, of Madison, a gentleman of the if it will not da him good." the trade to himself, about the meeting. UUtiaJ "txini" ilow "Uod t Live," but he will surely puninh Mr. Nd Lech id veij low with drop highes character, a democrat of the purest easilt the dertl cm poIicn us into drpon-denc- y type, and a man whose integrity and patri I aui j cla tbedear LOUD known you fjr your'na,Inogopel. "The LORD sy, .air. James Livacn Is also confined to OOie on Incmtor ttrost, rcrt door to Inti-kio- r otism and knowledge as well as experience Journal office. Office taouri from S toll a crJ'iked, an well n. "our the LORD GOD, m jrc.ful aod graclou' his bd. IJoth are getting to be very old all hi wyi, in public aflairsemincntiv fit him for the u.oud I to 6 p. if. Antithetic, admlnlitered whec long auflVriog and abundant in goodnenn' men. Mrs Sim Flint, of Sjuth Fork, who we are dnct " nepo.iarT frame, reuiemberinc that j Toward it grew cjoI enough fcr and ttti'b; keeping merer for thounndn of haj a cancer taken from ber breast about responsible duties of Governor, we, without meaning to distract from the merits or to fire i. Marie promptly caught old from in generation ; i jik.u i.s., Inlii'iity, traoa;ren-iotwo months ago, is reported to be in a very r .i u.nj.amo iu iwjj ucuree me Claims ol his and in,"i gojl nwi. aufiicieul wrapping, from which we appsal He cannot critical state of health, but we are glad to competitors, do not hesitae to express our el ti thedrar LOUD, in tin nil of a drop "clear the guilty" Imcaui msn wilfully know that she is better. preference for bim as a candidate for that or oil, and a word of prayer. Cured her, throw themntdye in riatan'a power. He can Samuel Flint denies having any hand office, and therefore we hereby instruct cur ofciurne Ah' yon don't know how the mill roiu.tvr and weep over them, and do in the liquor trafli; and only buys what he delegates to give to him their unanimous external application of oil t'iHsra from the the bent He cm for them over "the rough wants for his own use and not for other drench, a I da; njr how infinitely mid they have chonen. Hiw more than parties, aa stated in iait issue Clark still support in the convention end to iue all Internal honorable mems in their power lo secure crratal clear it become lo me of plei'ant-npre eranle the I.OKD'3 accommodate the boys with hi gray jug. TiirrMttiitt Frlitaw pro-cee- del rBUANNUM.CAHII. X rlaota t S 1 1 JiANXS ! klnjj or CREAM I am now prepared to tale orJera for all nil will have them readj- - at anr time nee- - GEORGE O. BARNES JL.OItI. I 2lMa o.j.xr.iriutsn. Stanford NEWOM15 KOTJBTi MT. VERNON, KY. n Hotel Is itlli reputation. Charge, roa.onablo bpecial attention to the traretlnu public. thor-ruhl- vt 11 pny LEXINGTON.KY. fl ThlioM and firm lt. -- H. r. Xnil'VOSMIl, Ky. Alt. Vernon, , iitte ,TM'AVBKS- - AYRES& GIVENS, 3U Fifth Strret, WS.O.OIVKM, Notary Public. ijiOTOGu.i.iBixi:a, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, LOUISVILLE, . . ICY (IM-ly- .) Itooma 3 and C, Cromle Hlock. rot m-a- CITIZENS NATIONAL OF I.ANC'ASTIW, KY, BANK, UAl'lTAI, - - - $l:i5,O0OOO n. w.t-K- an fr Ri Htlintont, Jteiat luurr b, surpused, and cutomcra are at .all times granted any reasonable accommodatlora they see propr to ask. We bog to offer our services to tho citizens ol neighboring counties, without Banking facilities, and assure them that any business sent us shall at all times bare prompt and falthli.l attention, Tali Bank olltlt accounta of Indlr Idualj. flruij and corporations. Iu facllltlea lor making col- lections, In all parts of tho United States, are un. DIKECTOIIS: J o J. M. IHGUINBOTUAM, LEWIS Y. LEA VELL, JOEL J. WALKEIt, 8. JOUNEON, L. F. HUBBLE, J. W. L03AN, r.l nih. n If, .:.. ...... ... rfe) JOS. eiMPeON, T. M. ARNOLD, B. O. MULLIN8. jM OFJPlCJZlXGs J. M. HIGOINEOrHAM.I'IJEijT. LEWIS V. LEAVELL, J. V. SANDIFEB, CASUIEH, B.F. HUDSON, TELLER. MACK BRUCE'd "wit w du i' everv dar, that the Law ia "Holy and j'j-- t and gol,'' It is thought that he will only sell during and Jeaua loves it and came "not to delroy April, as his licenee then will lis out, but but fulfill" it. While penalty in of tho dev- how about prohibition? Djes that nermit il and Jeaun cime lo abrogate and banmh of one month's tralbV' the loathorue thing. All "in due time," XEwnr.aruna George P Powell &CVs por. foolmh men learn what I.OVK i, and new newspaper directory will show that the yield themnelvea to its gentle away. To feir "him" Silanj who hi. power to number of papers publinhod in the United cant both aoul and hidv into Ciehtnna," in Stales, Territories (including Alaeka) and to LOVK HIM, whone ererlanting love Canada ia 15,1120; an increa-- e of 5il in one overwhelm, an in an ocean wave, am. "in year. The growth of newspapers in some of the Western States would ba a matter of iquity, trangreion and ein." wonder, if it wen not that thi year is no The meeting, which in our barjiueter, i "eetfair" VrM,e the LORD: For the exception to the rule. In Kansas the in crease is b'J and in Nebraska 01; while the -- 50th lime the word of the LORD ha had "free coure" and ha been glorified. Sithn Keystone State shows a smaller advance of nan again retreated, gnanhmg hi teeth with 33 and the Buckeye State of 30. Pensyl-van- ia exhibits the largest increase in dairage and roaring with fury. I5ut nouln re- lies, 17; Kansas in weeklie, SI, and Nesr jjice and that make 'jiy in heaven." Oh it ia a lovjly night ti nee tbejbarriern ol York in monthlies, I'.' Seven States show early education and elifleat prejjdice give a decreasi; the most prominent instances way and fall cranhing, like JJerico'e wallg, being New Hampshire and Virginia, six before the power that ly behind the blant each. of rama' horn Type composing machines are in use in Iwery other man you meet Jhere, whoe half a dczen Urge offices in New York. beard ami hair bejin to look grixxled. baa While it is a fast csmponitor who can set been a soldier in the J"wah ".',1 think these 10 000 enn a day, u team of three machine Iinniani,pian are a Utile more "abot to operators can average 00,000 ems a day if piice," than any relic of. the truggl- - I working on reprint copy and not required hava ever m-- t. It w.ai o pitbollc intrj- - to change the len th of the lines. The fiist duciion of Oeo. Nlcholin a a candidate for cost of the machine and its liability to get the governorship of Louiniana, when hin out of repiir stands in the way of it genfriend eaid, in convention, beg to proeral adoption, but the compositors generalpone a your candidate for governor nil that ly take it for gramed that a machine or a i. bi of Gen. Ntcholla." He wan ruiiiun mm procu-- s may at anr time be invented which arm, a leg and au eye, I think, per will take the place of the band compositor for&tiona of all aorta inother parta cf hi in pl.iin tvpe soiling. New Yoric Stan battle-rackeframe About Kopciu-k.i- , dird. pecially, where the fr.agmen'a of thea IS h A Canadian farmer near Luther was Minaiaeippi settled, we could hardly clanp awakened by pernors prowling around his anything but mutilated hand., or look inio n fricad'n face that wan not gahd and house. He and bis son nroee and fired shot eeauied with the aaarn of conflict. A cene guns at a man they saw. He ran and wan j lined by two men in n sleigh. Oae of the ration mint pasi awAy bjfuro thtae aad of the struggle between brethren horses hitched to the eleiglt cant a shoe ahall vauieh; and I fear more than a gene The farmer picked it up and by the aid of ration munt elape before hearts all heal the blacksmith who made it identified the up. i'he wound keep green long after prowlers, who proved lo be neighbors, and HmIi and lilood liHe yielded to timn'e who paid a good sum to keep the thing touch, and on'y a eat remains to tell of quiet. whnl once ran red. Hut my eye alnnnt A young politician was talking to a Gil with tear to meet overy day gallant charming Kentucky gill at a Lenten recepgentlemen with empty eleevw, or hobbling tion (tie other day, and he became profound on crutchen, with a leg gon; and to think and prophetic. "I think, Miss Mary," he of the irremediable I dm to them and nothsaid, tryiiu; to fix her attention, "that there ing gained, for which they eufierad ua-l- e will be a war of races some day." "Do And yet I take that bck They you? ' she replied, innocently, "well, if have, though unwillingly, done their md there is, I'll bet all I've got on the Ken part (o nettle, on immovable ground, the luckv horses " principle that thi ia a great nation, one Of three sisters in Niw York, one has a and indivisible. An imperial whole, not a weak conglomeration of jealoja fragments Jew for a husband, another a Protestant, Thit la worth all it coU, though like other and the third a Hainan Catholic. They leenonn, it might have been learned over a met by appointment at the reddencn of the "way of pleasantneni'," inetead of a pathway latter on Eister Sunday night. The Jew-e- , presiding at the piano, sang the touchof fire Hnd blood. AUf! that men will chooce rough roajn that end jurt where the ing Methodist hymn, "Shall we know each smooth ones do. Dear reader, calve my ntiierthera?' riddle. What in that tlat men choofe ner Pa'seiiiter traics with bath room), barber-hop- , roughnenn which they mii-ti- t jmt n restaurants and aalooua are to bo put have had over euiootlme'i? on thi' route between Cuicago and New Jacknjn people are an rifiied and citllur- - Y 'i be-id- es d his nomination. Buggy &ilmplement House. J. W. Alcorn euggested that the be referred to a committee of eeven, to be appiinted by the chair. Defeated. Mai I hare now terson Peyton moved that the resolutions A Full Lino of "Whoat DrillsJ and bs amended by instructing for Burkner eec othor Agrioultural Implomonts, und. I?. C. Warren opposed thu, because such an instruction would hanJicap Harris Besides a and not do Rockner any good, as he was j Fall Lino ot Buggies and. Wagons the contending candidate. Peyton withAlways on haod. In connection with my Imdrew his amendment and John Pulliam plement buslneu, I will alio carry a mored to substitute Buckoer'a name for Con,1,,cto slock or Lumber that cf Harris in the resolution. This was THE PORTHAH HOUSE BARBER SHOP,! overwhelmingly defeated and the original Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything ai resolutions pasaed without dissent. JrvE j, TiioMPMtt, PRofi:. . Low as auy one. For the cilice of Lieutenant Oorernor, Work don. In th. latest ityle, with neatceaa I solicit a share of your ratronaze. ResrcctfuUr. the name of J. W. Bryan was suggested and dlipitch. Ladlis'and children j work In t r and he was unanimously instructed for, P ted i. Jt. nitvcE. W. Hardin fjr attorney genera, Gen. Fayette llewett for auditor and T. H. Corbett for register of the land office each got unanimous instructions. Barry South was instructed for for Treasurer, after a contest. Prof. 'J'. M. Goodkniglit was given first and Prof. H K. Taylor sec ind instructions (or Superintendent ol Public Instruction, the latter on motion of K C. Warren Mr Warren then moed that on all questions coming before the convention the delegation be nquired to vote as a umt, which wa adopted. Mr Peyton then made an other etljrl for second instructions, for Bucknxr, which was voted dowu Oa motion of Mr. J, W A'corn the preaent county committee was continued till the next convention and the moiling adj aimed. Thomas W. Vaiinox, IVm. W P Walton, Sec'y. HJ-lv-- 3NTES7V- 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 HKIVivMOY HOUSE, SOMERSET, K.Y., 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. II. H. HUISKLKV, - I'HOPKUiroIt. This Hotel Is new In every aspect and Is titled up In excellent stylo. The table shall always be supplied with the dellcaclei ul the season and the rooms cleau and comfortable. Rates (1.30 per day. 8TANFOUD BOOT AND SHOE STOKE. We make a specialty of the manufacture of tine. Boots and Hliocs and guarantee our work In ersry Twonst-cat- s respect. workmen are already employed and others will engaged If necessary. Repairing dono neatly and at short notice. Ulre us a call and we will serve vou right. l. I will on .Monday, Mav 1. 18i7, County Court day. rent to the hlghnst lilddir, 49 acres ol grass land, on tbe bleve 1'enalngton farm for the remainder of tho year 1887. Terms cash or negotiable notes payable In M dajrs at the Farmers Bmk olManlorl 31. BIUCE & 5It ROBERTS. 1U15XjIC ketmg. II. C. RTJPL.EY, T22Mra Na-iou- al i'uxxi.f.' rox A jotiXNox. Lancaster fctrcct. Ht A a, n a yjsox, Receiver. MEICCIIANT TA1XOII, I have received and still receiving miUH. If. Ii. NO. 112 EAST I HESTNl T STREET, ST0K New Goods for KENTUCKY, ."YUM 111. Spring and Summer test In the market, which will be LOUISVILLE, - - Comprising the w-- il r. Formerly of Crab Orchard, oilers her services lo the ladles as purchaiiug agent Any thing from the smallest article to .1 weddlnz uut tit will r ceheher prompt and persoual attention. A trial l 3011111(11. Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Nono in City or Country Giro 3E3C- 91c IR-UIPX- 11 Trial. - O. .i, "iMAitiJkst't H i D. kShannhan and his sons Con and Rockcastle is heard from again this Dennis have closed n contract with the week In the pension line. It's Ike Phillips and hurried ofl' to FranKfort to prevent the Louisville and Nahvllle Comnanr to this time. While on the pension subject dog's death the cit'isn'a would have meted build the Ftorenco and Sheffield we might mention that W. M. Fish, our Cir Stanford, Ky., April 26, 1887 out to htm had they known of his arrest. extension Nashville, West and tho Point branch of cuit Uerk, tells us of an old gentleman of His name is Albert Turner, a uilarabtp their road. They get the grading, masonthis county, who lost his arm during tho looking mulato aud he was identified by ry and trestlo work on about 35 miles. W. P. WALTON. war by having a wsi-o- n ruu over It. havint- the cut under tin eye, where the girl hit George Miller, n German living in him to writo tho department asking to be him with a glass, aid some of the goods New York, was hell-beon dying, so he placed on the pension list, He was not in DEMOCRATIC TICKET. that belonged to the house were found slashed both wrists with a sharp knife, the service, but thought he was as mtirh in his possession. He confessed his crime plunged the weapon twice into his breast, entitled to a pension as somo of them who For the Legislature, aid said he had to knock the brave and then climbed a ladder to the second sto were getting them here. . PJETTDS, Dlt. Ctrl into insensibility or get caught in ry of a building and jumped ofl. He suc Mr Jake Bronatnn., nf- ........WW miini. Of Crab Orchard. -- Mmli.nn ,VM.1J, hi act of robbing. He also says that his ceeded in his object, it is hardly necessary was here Friday. It told of him that accomplice, Bill Jackson, attempted to to add. some 30 years since his father, who wm a Simon Bolhvar Seems to Hare Gotten There. On the night of September 22, 1SS1, ravish the girl after she had been knocked preacher, to keep young Jake from running So fak og heard from, and almost all down. Great excitement prevails in Lan!. Mr. Rsynolds, wife of a prominent resident about and driving his horses too much, had parts have, the State seems to have gone 7ille and since the law seems to be power- of Jeffersonville, Ind was mysteriously at one time locked the stable while the old pretty much for Gen. 8inion Bjllivar Buck. less there, it is a pity the people could not murdered in her home. Friday the mys- gentleman was out preaching to his various aer as Maine did tor Gov. Kent on a histor- have made short work of tery was partly cleared by a convict in thft the scoundrels. congregation". The rounir eenlleman .. ic occasion hell bent. He carried nearly Jeffersonville penitentiary, who state thnt not to be outdone. Ho harnessed a bull tn all the pivotal counties, including Fayette, N07ES OF CUR REN J EVENTS. a fellow convict, now released, haJ been a buggr and dm tntn IJIt,r,,nr,.i r Clark, D.ivies', Montgomery, Baurbon, Contain Liniment, is J'nin-CurUp to date 5,213,000 trade dollars have hired to do the killing by certain outsid- the way iiio.sl ne met his father who asked him Boyle, 8helby, Henderson, Ligan, Todd been luiH tho redeemed under the recent act of Con- ers. known. He replied, Richmond. By a cyclone Fridav, says a dipa'ch his destination and Simpsori. In Fayette the llarris men gress. Tiie old gentleman said, "Yes, you are go KSiMHsWSMCKBHHsiaHinHOHBB bolted the convention because of its alleged Major John E. Blaine, brother of Hon. from ort Scott, Kansas, there were 15 perunfairness, held a meeting of their own Jamea G. Blaine, died at Hot Springs, Ark. sons killed at diflerent points throughout ing to H I as fast as that bull can carrv ti and instructed for their favorite. There tie was an army paymaster. the county and an incalculable amount of In the convention Saturday Buckner Sergeant-at-Arm- s are several contesting delegations in LouisHennessy, of the damage was done to all kinds of property. ville, though Senator Harris gets 2 votes Texas 8enale, was sentenced to two rears Prescotl was literally wiped out of exist- had SOU out of the 400 persons present. there abjut which there can bo no dispute. in the penitentiary for forgery. ence, not a single building being left stand- The proceedings went ofl quietly except a As usual the most disgraceful scenes were The associations will ing to mark the site of a once prosperous little stir was created when the Harris men enacteu ni me conventions in that city hold their union sheep shearing exposition and thriving place. Rjporls are coming in presented their resolutions desirlne a illrU. Same disctislnn convicts and bummers taking a prominent at Livonia, ew lork, April 27 and 2S, from ill over the county of damage by the ion of the instructions. was being indulged in and things began to Toe grand jury at Omk. Missouri, has terrible storm. part. Andy Wepler, who got ofl with two years for murdering Henry Clay, heads one indicted 11 of the While quietly going about her house- - put on a squally look when the chairman now under aarest, for the murder of George bold duties, Jennie Bowman, a domestic declared the speakers out of order and took of the delegations to the State Cjnvention and others ns disreputable were appointed Elena. employed on Brook street in Louisville, the vote on iln Buckner resolutions which At Connersvilles, Ind ,an elevator rope was most brutally assaulted by a negro ruf- were carried almost unanimously. A porto cast the vote of the city, which the Commercial characterizes the most corrupt broke and in the fall which followed one fian, who was evidently bent on robberv. tion of the Harris men fed sore of tK -- f place under the sun. For lieutenant gov- man was killed and two others fatally shortly before moon Thursday. The girl manner in which affurs were carried on, buttne Buekner men claim that having met the man in the hall and without warnernor, .Smtor James W. Bryan, tho talent- injured. A hail storm with stones as large as ing he struck her biow after blow over the three to one in tho cjnvention that there ed and rising young lawyer and statesman for a discussion as it "was a of Covington, seems tohave secured enougL hens' eees raged in Mississippi Friday, head and face with a poker. She fled up was no nece-si-ty rotes to make his calling and election also knocking in roofs and stripping trees of tne stairway, lolloped by the scoundrel to foregone conclusion that the instructions the top, where he retraced his steps and left would be given to Buckner. as it was liable sure. This is an especial cause for gratula-lio- their foliage. It is state! that the "Arthur Rich- the house, i be young woman's skull was to gel tip distention and Iroubl,. ft -- .. for wo shall need his eloquent expreseyidtnt that Madison county was to receive sions of truth to offset Billy O'Bradley's mond" attack on Jamea Rjssell Lowell in fractured and her face fearfully bruised. a set back by old Rockcastle who has the North American Rtviete, was written by sophistry and special pleadings. stood GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. by them for jean without receiving Gen. Buckner'a instructed vote foots up Gen. Ben F. Butler. the MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. proper recognition of her rights. G. W. Gastineau, of Lexington, cot a 376 with second instructions from many Lancaster. Mr. 8 II Ntn'z and Mi counties, Harris vote is put at 79; Berry judgment of $7,000 against the Kentucky ioe uemocrata of Rockcastle county Emllv F. 35; Holt 57 and Hint 21 Tnere will bo O.ntral railroad for the killing of his son 5 Baugh were licensed to wed Thursdav. The met In Mass Convention in the Court house N. in Mt. Vernon at 1 o'clock r. M., April 23J, POTATOES, parties are residents of this county. 707 votes in the convention and it will re- years ago by a train. A brakeman nimed Parker, ol Knox-vill- 1!S7, and were called toorderby I). N. WilThe steamer City of 8idney arrived in quire 384 to nominate. It will be eeen San Francisco Thursday with 180,000 trade SETS. Tennessee, fell from a car door at the liams, Chairman of the County Committee, that Gen. Buckner needs less than 10 to "iiuexpiatneu tne ob ect of thn n,i.in his nomination on the first ballot and dollars from Cnina. The last Chinese depot last week and dislocated his arm. ! 1 he stock of drugs, Ac, belonging to T. J. M. Fish was nominated by Casper Wil it is more than probable that hia is the on steamer brought 270,000. liams for permanent chairman, and J. 8. N. Ison were sold at auction at firTnwill In Vernon county. Missouri, a cr clone ly name that will go before the convention. My Potatoe are all New York If the figures are as given we hope so at demolished several houses and killed not Friday, J. . Poor becoming the purchas- Reppert by J. W. Brown for thesame office; the vote was taken and J. S. Rjppert was least. We have been a warm supporter of less than 15 people. Elsewhere in that sec- er at $243. Htock Hittl coumInI of Early Itoio, The Tankeraley trial was not held declared elected and was called to the tion it also did great damage. Senator Harris, but the hero of Fort n Thursday, the witnesses against the accused Ciair. Jame-sMarPccrlews, Iliirliank and Ilcauty A cyclone which unroofed many houswas elected secretary. having shown that he is the choice of the majority we nre for him from "eend es and blew down others and much fencing, failing to appear. The case will be called The chair then appointed (he follnwin ofllcuroti. committee on resolutions: J. W. Brown, to eend" now. We are all Buckner men raged at Paris Friday. Milleraburg and again Tuesday. I have n Npleuilld nvlectlon of Mr. John P. Spratt and Mrs. Belli 8. II. Martin, W. H. Colyer, G. W. Carlisle also suffered from it, hereafter. Jeflerson Daris has written a letter ex- Ray were married Thursday evening at the Clure, Houston Childere. B. H. Jnt.lln n,l Gen. P. W. Hardin, for attorney general, Garden Need, Iiotli In bulk au d appears to have also been chosen and the pressing regret that he will not be able to residence of the bride, Kev. 8. C. Hum- O. W Turpin, who soon after retiring relu papcrx, embracing all (lie ported the following resolutions which democracy will have the benefit of his attend the ceremonies at the unyeiling of phreys officiating. -- A young man named Ball was finwt were adopted; the Calhonn monnmunt -- . bcM varieties!. n knowledge of the management of Slate af.tf!h.rl.inn h v,. $20 and costs by Judge Walker Thursday KiohtJ That we reaffirm our faith In fairs and his eloquent tongue to refute the All goodst Hold at reasonable A tertible shipwreck, accompanied by for disturbing the religious services of Eld, and devotion to the principles of the demo-crali- c false chnrcfs of corruption and extrava the loss of 33 lives, look place off the coast G. W. Yancey, at Herring's School-houa.- . prlccN. party as set forth fn its national nl.t. gance which will be the principal stock in of Oregon, about 30 miles north of Cape one night form Jut wek. Milk IUrdlo, UU of MonUctllo, C2k. trade of the republican orators. Flattery, during the early part of this Tne hard rains of Friday did the farm 21. Tnat we approve the action of the Gen. Fayette Hewitt will be renominated month. ers much damage in this countr br wash tate central uommittee in its call for the or auditor almost unanimously as he de Frankfort is to have a new National ingthe newly turned soil, destroying serves to be. J. W. Tate will, as he should water county and State conyentions. Bink with a capital stock of $100,000. gaps; an the streams were en a 3'd. That we recognize in Simon B. Buck-nesucceed himself as treasurer and that clevboom and Judge Lindsay. C. E. Hoce and Ma.nn contributed their a statesman pure and incorruptible, a share to the general er old Roman, Tom Corbet., will walk off nanrlHnA L f""l..t- itQ P"DC,pS1 8UD- - havoc. man in every sense eminently ntmlifi,.) w;th the nomination for register of the Miss Jennie 8alter, of Danrille. was a and fitted to fill, with credit to hlml( land office. Judge Durham finds time between scru- guest of Miss Lula Chaires last week. Col. and honor to the State, the high office of The race for Superintendent cannot te tinising accounts against the government to D. R. Collier has returned from ChattanooGovernor of this Commonwealth. estimated so scattering ate the returns and We inuiie an oration, which he will deliver to ga. Mr. W. McC. Johnson, a rounc attor. therefore instruct instructions. the delegates hereinafter ths OJd Fellows at Portsmouth, Va.. the ney of this place, who is at present engaged to cast the vote of this county for The Cturitr Journal talks democracy last of this week. in the surTeying work at Chattanoogs, wan named him, so long as his name remains before the like this: There are now, as there ever Elward F. Bingham, of Ohio, hai hxm home on a risit last wek. Mr. W. G. convention as a candidate, and to use all were, two sides to our national politico appointed by the President to to be Chinf Dunlap, of the Danville Iribune. was here honorable means in their power to secure There are not three. The'labcr movement Justice of the Supreme Court of the Dis Saturday. his nomination. is a spasm. The liquor movement is a trict of Columbia, to So successful was the Colleze entertain. succeed the late Judge That I. 8. Burdett, J. W. Brown spurt. The everlasting principles ofdem-acra- cv David K. Cartter. ment Friday evening that it was repeated James Maret, F L. Thompson, G. W. ay vs. Federalism remain intact by request to a large audience Saturday af.. Aflflr fntlnwtnr- - nlatvj M. C. Williams, Jack Adams, Jr. Tr upon the scene and stage of affairs, having Ditective Biur, of the United States Secret ternoon. The performances are hlchlv snn. t nd ajl other good democrats of this counmodern apnlicaticns and bearinp nnismil. Service, captured Mike Hamner and Jim ken of by everybody who attended and cer ty, who wish to attend the rtB-l.Lm-- . A.Hkf.i&. 7.Vl H mi iar labels, but juet as irreconcilable and as Fox, two counterfeiters and convention, are tainly merited the praise bestowed on them. hereby appointed delegates. organic as they were in the days of Jeffer- at Indianapolis Friday. The Phi Gamma Society has for its officers A resolution was then introduced com son and Adams. The great democratic par There is a movement afoot, originating such a clever and handsome lot of young plimenting and endorsing tho Hon. Jamee ty of to day must not waver before the in the Kentucky Distillers' Association, to ladies that everything given under its aus- B. McCreary, which wasadoptel by unanl-mou- s masked batteries of the old enemy. True shutdown every distillery -in the State pices cannot fall to be well patronizsd. DV1UI1 IX- vote, A resolution indorsing Presito its instincts, it must apply the theories of from May 1 to March 1, 1SSS, in order to They are Misses Eila Polk, Cirrle Woods dent Cleveland was also introducsd and Drugs, he past to the exigencies of the present. prevent oyerproduction. and Bailie Elkin. Books, Stationery and unanimously adopted. The convention This is the only road to truth. If it be f '.ysS'" The democratic county conrentlon was Jeff Bowling, the Rowan county, Ky. Fancy Articles. OUIC then adjourned. J. S. Reitekt, Ch'm. Bourbonism, hurrah for the Bourbons! tfATLsZZ&nSSZ mou nuo was convicted in Uaio and sen- called at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon and JA8. Maret, Secy. 'tiit W?sZr-rZPhvilclaDi' prrjcrlptloD rcurtdj rompouDdl. -The attempted and probable murder of tenced to death for murder, has had his R. II TomlinBon elected chairman, Mess. Also M. D. Hughes, W . A. Mullins, W. B. Ma-e- on a young woman at noonday in Louisville sentence commuted to life imprisonment BRODHLAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, and W. T. Burdett were chosen secre by a burglar, whose object she endeavored after receiying several respites. W. II, Nelson, who has been attendJudge Russell, in the Marion Circuit tarie. After a little skirmishing by the to thwart, is no more audacious and horrischool here since the first of January, The Largest Stook of Watohee, Olookg, ble than might be expected in a city which Court, decided that no turnpike has a right respectire elements, Garrard's fire delegates ing were instructed to cast their rotes for liar has returned to his home in Laurel county. Jewelry and Silverware lets a brutal wife murderer off with a life to charge toll in any amount from a person Mr. Galen Rogers and all his children have sentence and gives another man, who killed who travels on the road a lees distance than ris for governor. Hardin for attornev Ktm bought to tbli markrt I'rtccs Lowor than the lAwNt. Witchtw, Clocks and Jewslry Unal, Taylor first for superintendent of public measles. R 8. Martin is in Louisville on am innocent and unoffending person, three one mile, though be pass through the toll paired on inott notice and Warranted. Instruction and Goodknight second. The businsss this week. Larkin Hicks Is home years in prison. Murderers know that they Judge Cole decided yesterday, in the convention was on the whole from Lily or a few days. Miss Susie rather tame stand no chance of fast punishment there, case of the Commonwealth vs. Geo. T. and nothing to compare with that held by Woodyard paid a visit to her sister at Qum and have grown bolder and bolder, as it is Wood, that a druggist does not have tn the republicans here in 1882. Sulphur last week. Mrs. M. Belle Burn-sid- e natural they nbould do, till they care not obtain license to sell liquor in good faith is making a short visit at Lancaster. to wait for the darkness of night to do MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. for medical purposes in this State. -- Mays -- Died, at 7 o'clock on Saturday evenine. their deeds of violence. It is a terrible ville Republican, Ojr town is over-ruwith rat. 231 Inst, after an illness of five weeks, state of affairs, with the people at last to Several metal birs. purporting in r About 400 were in attendance at the Miss Rena M. Crawford, 15 years of age. blame. cold, were sent to the U. 8. Ama ("),. ? convention here Saturday. The funeral services were conducted by The President denies the story tele- new loric toDerenned. Tne owner estiE. F. Coby, a youcg Methodist minis Rsvs. 0ens and 8hackleford, at 4 o'clock graphed all over the country and printed mated their value at $10,000. They were ter preached here Sunday morning and on Sunday afternoon, after which the rein double leads that he had fully determinfound to be copper with a thin wash of evening. mains were interred In the family crave ed not to be a candidate for He gold, and worth about $1. W. B. Crooke, of R!chmond, was here yard. As Msss Rena was a devoted memhia made no statement one way or the othThe State Board of Equalizttion Saturday. Mrs. F. B. McClary, of ber of the Christian church, an earnest er and is not worrying his mind about it, from the assessment of real estate in is visiting at Brodhead. Mrs. L, worker in the Women's Christian Aid So- --- AT The country seems to demand that he be Knox county 9 per cent, and from narann. B. Adame with her children went to Gar. oiety, a dutiful member of the Hamiltonian and as bis own suc- al property 19 per cent, making a diminut- rard yesterday on a visit. Literary Society and an obedient and lovacessor, however. ion of $105,143.30 in the county's aseesa. J. W. Ctmpbell, of Louisville, was ble pupil at school, her loss is deeply felt T. D. Maiicdm has retired after seven ment. J" Barbourville News. here yesterday in the interest of the lUpub. by the entire community and the kind pa A special from Waco, Texts, says: lican. J. W. Nesbitt has moved successful year' conduct of the Catletls-bu- rg into the rents and brothers and sisters have the Rains that have filled the heretofore almost Lovell property on Main street, lately Democra', to accept a government pova- - sympathy of all. While death at any time dry channel of the Brazos river, have cated by Nate Evans. J, sition in the far West and has been succeedW. Brown takes is sad, it should be a great comfort to her ed by Jay FJetch Marcum, whose salutatory brought with the current a mass of uo Intel the house Mr. Nesbitt left. friends to know that she left no enemies becattle carcasses that offset the advantacsi nf appears in the current issue. The new change In time card that went hind and that she is at rest with her five rain and give promiso of disease. into eflect Sunday last makei it quite con- brothers and sisters en the other shore; for The Florida legislators nre not a unani 232 FOUH1II AVENUE, L. F. Hatch fell from a railroad brldpn venient for our citizens who deilre to mous set by any means. In voting for Senvisit when she found she must die she ezpresed near Somerset Friday night and lay all Stanford and points ator Friday they distributed their favors j north and return on not only a willingness but a desire to go among 32 individuals. This reminds us of night partly covered with water. His whole same day, also to the people of Livingston and in her dying moments her countenance similar child's play indulged in at Frank- body was paralyzad, being unable to move and vicinity who como here to purchase lighted up with a bright smile which indi- fort the last time a Senator was elected, hand or foot. Next morning he was taken goods. The day passenger train going cated peace and happiness ot both body At Burnside Saturday nieht Thomas Ne-o- a out more dead than alive and (s now in a north arrives here at 11:21 A, m , and south and soul. "Blessed are the dead which H! shot and fatally wounded George Hicks very critical condition. bound arrives at 2:39 r. M, in the Lord." S.-FI- NE SimMEHxcfeli? dnierforoumai The would in wis be murderer of Jennie Bow-u- a anesled at Louisville Sunday Children Cry FOR PITCHER'S J. 1 sleria the over wonderful or world . sheep-breedin- c & n T. R. WALTON, aiiotjEic, Y. SEED e, ONION OABUEN MlKDN Don-e!so- KJ-u- .....,, ik r, tZ ). m. smwsi 4-- to-d- Mc-Ctur- tli-A- A --- -- s 'aay JEWELERS- jsi s PHARMACISTS, (wJ ' iff Stfes-- ) M TOT. X$ w:TKrA - WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, e, WALL PAPER, M,ROBERTS& STAGG'S WALSH, THE TAILOR - LOUISVILLE, P. KY. GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. "Wnnt"tH 2 . flWWIWWI itui wwan Water, V. Perryman, il5 haa prenenteil him ' county delegates tn vote for General Buck uer, they were amended by instructing them to vote also for Bryan, for Lieutenant Governor, Hewitt for auditor, Hardiu for attorney general, Tate for treasurer, Corbett for register of the land office and Ta) lor for superintendent of public instruction. Then a Harm mtu moved that Senator Harris' name be substituted fjr that of General Buckner and then the chairman told the Buckner men tn get oa one side of the house and the Harris men on the other, when it was found that the Buckner men outnumbered the Harris men 12 or 15 to 1; and then the Jlirrh men threw up the sponge. The delegate! are Gorge Hocker, W. 11 Prewitt, R. L. Salter, William Duke. J. R Mirrs.Nick McDjweil; with W. W. Webb, H. C. Mock, A. Tribble, Ike Durham and J. R, Figg as alternates. Senator Harris carried Boyd, 3 voter; Fleming, 8;Grrard 5; Greenup 5;Liurel 4; Lawrence, 7; Lincoln, 7; Madison, 11 Maeon, 13; Nicholas, 7; Pulaski, 3; Wash lngton, C; total 79. Joe Shelton beat a negro to death with a bed slat in the jail at Nicholasvillo The same rascal choked his mother to death last fall and instead ol banking him the jury decided that he was insane. He had been kept in jul since because the asylum could not receire him. AETT AllYKUTISliMKNTn. I Stanford, Ky will have my summer opening next The arrears of enlon drawn by Mr. Gran Mention amount to J00 and he will Friday and Saturday and extend a cordial invitation to tho Indie? to come nnd examUuBlnoaa Mnnattor. receive $0 per month hereafter. E. O. WAl.TOM, ine as handsome a line as they eyer aw. Wall Papeii. We have n handoine Mrs. Kate Dudderar. line of wall paper -- brown blanks 8 cents, i. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. UARRIAOES. white blanks 10 cent?. A Craig. 12 30 r. M. Mall train uolng North- Acdrew Carnegie, the Pittsburg milis the 6Sth anniversary of the .. oouw i 1 91 r, . 14 a. x Introduction Eiprtu train" Houth...... of OJd Fellowship in the lionaire, was married Friday to Miss Lou13a,ii " Morb...... ise Whitfield, of New York. ThjOTe It calculate on itandard tlrue. Uolat United States and the iI2J of the surrender Mr J. M. Kerr, the energetic editor of of Gen. Joe Johinton to the Federal forces. aala alwut 20 mlnutcf laitor the Jessamine Journal, will take to himself The lunacy of Dr. Kph Hlevenson on a wife to morrow in the 'person of Miss linuing to manifest itself, he wag taken to Tralna leave Ilowlaud it A nJ 7 IJ A M, Irene Sreurtnan, of Johnstown, O iio, Oiir Upturning airlvoat 6and (Ur u. the Aaylum yeMerdsy. It is said that the heartiest congratulations and good wishes derangement is the result of the morphine are extended. ZcOtt NOTICES. habit. DEATHS. Lanuukth'i) Oarileu HeeJ it IVnnj A Wanteu. An industrious man and wife, McAIUtrr'n. Isaac Terhune, an old ciliun of Merwhite or colored, to go to Kansas to live on A ruu. line nf finhinc tackle of nil kindn cer, died laat week. a raach. Will pay good wages. Reference at l'cony A MoAliater's. The remain of Mrs. Robert ThurTm:lio-- t rcndr tnlxeJ palnta are to be rf quired. Will be in H'anford caurt day. mond, of Hart county, who died at the I. H Tevia. had at lVnny A McAlitier'n. Hopklnsville Asylum, Friday, were interAbk jour grocer lur tbe Cincinnati IJ. PihlSoden, drawing the eipriRi Satur red in the cemetery here Monday. She king Co.'n cracker and cake. W ATOUK-- and Jewelrjr repaired on ahor day night, ran into a rail that some rcoun waa about 05 years ol age. ootico and warranted by I'onny A McAlia drel had placed upon the (rack just bsck of Mr. John Severance, brother of Mr. r. the colored Baptist church. Fortunately Joe Severance, of this place, died at his Ktandaud readj mixed palnU; qualilr no damage was done home in Lebanon yesterday. He has been and durability guaranteed ' McRiberls A. At Ihpf aloof the Kentucky Central, un- for years clerk of the Muion county court BUkrV. A omPLcrr. ftock of jewelry, latent der a decreenf the U S. Cjurl, nt Covin cton and wa an exceedingly popular, kind and (Vn ityle. Hockford nntchfii a Saturday it was bought by n New York clever gentleman McMhter or Grin for Mr Huntington at $1,500,500 of RELIGIOUS. which $200,500 was for the rolling stock PERSONAL. The evangelical churches in the Uni -- Mil H. C Wakkkn went to the Bom tnd tie balance for tho other property. ted States increased in mcmbeiship last The sale will make nochnnge in the manmet oourt ycitenUy. agement of the road ns Mr. Huntington year 500.000 Mim Ju.in Dodim, o( Danrilli') wan Elder G. W. Yancey, of Lancister, practically owned it before. the of Mr. h. 1 8 apt;. will preach at Rush llrtnch church next Mips Kva ISuuu.ky haa a Ur The convention Hiturday a'lernon w .Sunday afuruoon at J o'clock. cebool at HiwNnd. a decent and orderly assemblage at repreThe railroad to Jerusalem is comMil. J. V Fi.oni:Nrnhaaietiirrd from sentative democrats, who did their work ex- pleted, and the steam whistle is heard in Hot Hprinn much improrcd. peditiously and well. Tho Harris mon the streets where King Divid once played Miw. (!kc. O. Ha unix and "Coudn Ju- were overwhelmingly in the lead there, as his harp. dith,' her KoKlinh friend, are on a tUU they appear to be in the county, and they LAND. STOCK ANDCROP here, had no in'ention of permitting the interests -- Miw Joit.v C Jackhov and MIm D)ra of the excel'cnt gentleman from Madi:n Heed Sweet Potatoes at T. R. Walton ) hartley, ol London, arwwt a couple of days to he handicapped by any useless amend For genuine German millet seed go to herelant wrflc, Wearen A Menefee. nieit to their resolutions. Ort account of I good calves for salf A bunch of Mr. Thoina A (HANOE in the rcheduleof the LouisMetcaW haa mored to her father', Mr. V. J M. Bruce, Stanford. ville A Nashville went into e fleet Sunday. Fetter, in thin county. Charlci Crow sold to Sam Harris a The dty pwenger trains now arrive as Mia J. A. Caiipkntcii went up Saturfancy bay mare, A years old, for $200. North-bounor to Lnui'ville at day and fpent Hunday with her brother, I will ofler f)r sale 0 veirling short12 39 r u., and South bound or to Knox-Till- ) Tom Guthrie, at LlTlngaton. horn bulls on Monday, county court day. at 1:31, The meeting point was for" Mk. J. Cou.lNS Oekikv, who came to S. II Uaughman. merly at Gum Sulphur, now it is at Juncs attecd thi ial of hia father' eflecU, reA fine piece of and a No. tion City and persons from the mountains 1 field of timothy in one fourth mile of turned to hie home in Texaa Hunday. now come here and spend an hour atMn Will Wearem, who became quite ran Stanford for rent. Apply toS.J. Embry. tending to business and return. There is a farorile during his 'cw m nth' nliy l.re, The Ives Bill legalizing pool selling on no change in night triins. A correspondleft Bttirday to grow up with the Weal. race courses in New York State passed by I) L., on or J. B. Yoi'.vn. and K K ing change in day trains on the Cincinnati the Albany Asaembly C9 to 4S. Southern lias also bten made. of II. B Youny, hate entered the Agrion J. B. Gentry sold to R. H. Owens, of culture and Mrcbanical Collrge at Lex Laundry Closed Owing to a failure Lexington, a yearling roll by Jils Johnlngton. to receive th patronage that It should son, dam Avoca, by Tom Bowling, fcr Mil AND MllA. J. L D ClIAKDLEIl, of have enjoyed, Mr. L. A. Fariss has closed $750. The trotting stallion Ambassador (2.21) lle.OMo, are Tilting at Mm. W. F. the laundry, ininua $250 than when he has bten sold bj Harrison Walker, of UplUmj'i. Mr C'oaod'er io juit out from a started besides the loa of several months' per Sandusky, Ohio , to 8. A. Brewne A Co,, pell of feyer. work. Thia ia to be tegretted as a laundry fo Gait, Hukum Kru.r.v ami wife will m an institution badly needed here. Mr of KalamsEio, Mich , $1S,000. "OldSpot," the horse which General retnoTeto Kanaai next month, where Mra. Farlra' partner, Mr. Weller, who bad the in his famous expedition Kelley h two aona. Their aile of person- exp lience, which he put against his money, Kilpatrirk rode during the war, died at Deckertown, N. J , ally cecum the 21). h. left some time ago. It is Mr. Farlsa' intena few days ago. He was 33 years old. I)n. J. D Prrre, the democratic tion now to go largely into the poultry rais W. Brewer bought of Taylor Royalty, for the lisUture, waa at the con- ing business and we trust that better suc7 head of 1 ,700 to 1,800 pound cattle, paytention Saturday, lie ia greatly encour cess financially is in store for him. ing 5 cents per pound. Also of J. Cunningaged in bin race and in confident of carryHarrodt-bur- g G. Dunn, who spent several ham 5 extra head at 4 J cents. Will ing the Kiel Kail practically mild Democrat. months in the Asylum last year, but who Mum Ella Pettoji, who haa bten Lancaster Court. Yeiterday was a teachim; art in tl.o Tullahoma, Tenn., Nor- was discharged as cured, was again adjudgbe re- good day and a large crowd attended court; mal School, was taken yery ill laat week ed a lunatic yesterday and ordered to atLsiiogton. His mostly though to see the horse show, as a and her brother, Maaterron Peyton, wia tel- turned to the institution mania seems to be to buy horses and other very few cattle were sold. About 300 were egraphed for. He went thither and returnwhen he has nothing to piy for nn the market and those sold brought 3 to ed with her ye'terUy. Bhe in etill quite property, them, and to undertake the most visionary 3. Several plug horses and mules were elck but itia hoped not rerlouily. schemes. Oae was to open a livery stable sold at yery low prices and considering the Mil Hlmii Looa.v, of Prairie Home, Crab Orchard Springs and stock it nith crowd it was a very poor day for business Mo , who le't here H ago, ia on a at 300 to $500 horses, which he had engaged visit to hi brotheia andaiatera in thie counDANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT f Fayette, ami the tin ty. Ilia frienda aay he ia looking well and from Gen. Withers, of Quarterly court began this (Monday) Wearen A Menefee could sell, report come 'hat he ha prospered greatly est outfit that Hehadmulno especial violence toward morning with a yery light docket. in hln Wwtern home. He haa betn a Mr. RirJon did not take pos'clcn cf anybody, though he had caught up a rock to thia paper ever m'nee he left and with the Intention of striking his father Gilcber's Hotel as landlord on Thursday as caya he would be If it were $10 a year. sad one in every was announced; Colonel Giltner still has is Mfiiu?. C. Ciiooke and C. 8. Nield, of with it. The case a very respect, especially so for the young wife, charge. the Ailauioni Ujal Co , who haye been in Willis A email negro boy named a mother, whose life and hap New York for a month, were here Saturday just become Stodghill had a finger broken while fooling pine is wrecked in its very bud. en route home. They were accompanied with machinery in Cecil's slaughter-housby Dr. C. T. Ityan, an elegant gentleman of Tumi is now hardly a doubt that a new Sunday evening. wealth and leisure, who yiaita the lilue Presbyterian church will be built. Orer Laura North was before the police Grara Stale for it pergonal inflection of ita $2,500 were reported subscribed at the meetcourt this morning charged with a breach great reourcea, with a probable view to ing Saturday afternoon, although but little of the peace, but the witnesses not being effort, owing to the wretched weather, had present the case waa passed until evening been made by the canvassers for subscripRev. E. H. Pierce has returned from a LOCAL MATTERS. tion. Another meeting was called for this bjsinesa trip to Florida. Samuel Larimer afternoon st 4 o'clock in Oisley Hall, when continues very ill, with but little hope nf Fiiemi Fruits at A. C Alford'a. ' it is greatly to be hoped the full amount Harry, William nnd See Nunnelley before you sell your necessary will have been subscribed. A recovery. His sons, " Simuel, of Topeka, Kansas, are here. Rev wool. new building is almost absolutely necessais out after two weeks' Want, wanted, wanted, 100 000 lb, of ry. The old one can never, without con O. A. Birtholomew illnei. wool at the highest caah price. A. T. Nun siderable outlar, be made respectable or Colonel William Duke on Friday renelley. safe and now when the w.iy seemi to have ceived a telegram announcing the death at An elegant line of underwear both for been opened for a building commensurate the homo of her husband in Independence, ladies and gentlemen jut received. Owa with the needs of a growing congregation, Missouri, of his daughter, Mrs. E. C. nothing should be left undone to secure it. ley A Craig. Roberts, formerly Miss Madge Duke. Mrs. invoicing to Hooker One good slater told us that she had been Roberts waa in her girlhood ft lady of W. H, IIinotNB is praying for a better building for some time rare beauty and many accomplishments. & Bright who will open out in a few days and she feel that her prayers have been She had been married about seven years at the same stand. answered. and leaves two children. GiiAN Mkiismon bought of the MoAlia A colored woman named Mattie JohnThe fact that this county instructed for ter heirs a house and lot In tho west tnJ of this morning son was at the .court-hous- e for treasurer may need some explanSouth town, for which he paid JSOO. ation. On the vote between him and Tale complaining that her huiband, Henry Almost a Gut. Mr. J. M. McHoberts, the latter carried the convention by from 15 Johnson, had left her about two weeks ago Sr., has traded to John A. McRoberta 37J to 50 votes, seeing which Judge Saufley, who and refused to further contribute to her acrca of land in the town limits for his nominated South and who was one of the support; aho says tho people who own tho home and lot valued at $000 to $S00 The tellers, asked to be excused from further house she and her children live in are counting as he felt too much interest in the about to turn them out and she wants to land is worth $150 per acre. race. He then followed In apathetic little see what can be done with Henry, who she ' A LKTTEii from J. Ottenheimer states appeal for the only man of the ''Frankfort says is at Junction City. that he and J. McDonell have secured the Gang" who had stood by him in his race The democracy of Boyle county met in passenger and ticket agency of the Chesaopposed convention Saturday at 1:30 o'clock to ee and charged that Tate not only peake A Ohio railroad at New York, with him but had followed Rodman to Lebanon led delegated to the State convention which cliico at No. 0 Bowling Green street. to help him take from him the nomination meets in Louisville on the 4th day of May, s that he had fairly won from the people. In and proceeded to organize by electing C. R. secured the service of a Havino relaAnderson chairman and Alex Anderson workman I am now prepared to do all addition Mr. Miller told of the large tionship that Mr. South had in this county secretary. This was the first move and kinds of work in the shoe business at short very Bucknerisb. A motion that noUce and at lower prices than ever. La- and on a second vote South received a con looked majority of the votes, nobody the chair appoint a committee on resoludle work a specialty. Give me a call. All eiderable caring to raise any opposition, confident tions also carried, After the committee had work guaranteed to fit and of the beat mareported resolutions instructing tho Boyle that Tate would be nominated anyway. terial. A. T. Nonnelley. 20, 1887 I ... - April Tin wife of wan Mi 8IHo wllli a. filfl. Kr. 0 Call a nil eximine our stock of gents' fins shoes beforo purchasing and you will save money. Owsley A Craig. Wall Paper, MliA Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. 0ley Tu-ua- y .2 B. K. WEAREKT, Stanford. Queen and Crescent Route. (Cinoinnati New Orloans and Bailway.) Tozas Pacific Shortest and Quickest Lino to Xew Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '88. nrAi down. TIUINSOUTII. Dally Dally. 'Ex. Hun. 7 10 10 10 ItKAI) Ul ritAlNdNOKTH, No. 7. riTATIOXd No 2. 7 No.l. I No 3. I No. 0. Dally. fix-unit- 53 a ml 103 pin 8 10 p ni 02 am 7 05 p ui 10 52 p in 22 a mi 7 35 p ni 11 20 p in 1130 a 43 a mi 8 02 p m 11 41pm 1151a 12 33 p 11 OS am 1120 am 8 59 p ni 12 33 a m 12 47 p 2 12 I. MSSaml Dally. 7 oFa! 10 51a Dally. No 4, Daily. Kx. Sun I No. 6. No. 8. Dally. m in m Dally. 5 09pm 2 01 pm 1 35 pm Vie. SIlPU ctil DAYCan be. """ hj T 12 60 pm . energetic person 3 53 p in (or our new ami popular publications. IS Liberal terma anil excluatre territory glTn. C 30 p ID .. Tearhpra, Minimi' and others, ilfslilng permanent 1 m a in . a in . 6 rinnlojinenl sboulil ailclre at occo K ADA1H .1 Co., 11 I'alaco Hotel liulldtng, Cincinnati, O ill 3 00 a in,. $7 50 PER OlOpu.lSaui ' ' 7)pmi. p 111 9 52 p m 12 30 a m ! 7 35 n in 5 10 . .. 2 27 n in 5 30 a in 8 25 am 125p I 7 20 p 30 a Inclnnntl ... rv 6 42pni 30 p in (ie'ruewwn 4 15pm ixliiRtiin 3 53pm Nlcliolavlllp.. .liarrodauurg Junction.. 3 25 pm 312pm innTlllo ....... luncilon City .... 3 02 p m . ...Klujta Mountain 1 3.3 p m Somerwt ,10 45am Oakdale 8 25am CliattatiiMjt 1 -- 25 a til G 41) a 27 a m I 25 a 00 a ml 4 05 a 27 a in f339a 47 a tn 12 23 p ra 32 a m 2 50 a in 12 12 20 n m 2 45 a m 111 01 n m 1012 am 120am 9 50am lOOOp m fi 05 a ia m 101 pm m Kutaw Meridian .. New Orleans .... Blrmln;nm 12 .. 50 a in 1)11 pm 0 40 p in 7 10 10 15 fi 20 10 10 pm a m am 3 15 a m 2 35 7 15 pm TURNPIKE ELECTION ! .1. .. 112 .... , 55 am 7 30 a m fi 15 Thoannual meeting of the to kholdors of the TurnerBfllle, McKlnney I (alley's Mill Turnpike No 9 leaid Oik l.iledally ntcipMin M, Arr,vin? it ChitUnnjt at 9.15. No. 8 Iload Company will bn held at Klcbard'i More, leavea Cbattanoa at 3 00 p m., arrlvln at Oilclileal ii I) p. u. Salem on thelat Saturday In May, 1R87, at 9 Mt Mann ISoudoIr Muflot bleeping Cara on all throug'i trains. a. u. for the purposed electing a I'rcildent ami Hoard of Iilrectors for the emu I rig yar. U roLLBU IN, Gea'l Frt. A Pass. Agt JOHN C OAUr.T, Oen'l Manager, 11 CAllllOI.I., Uer'lHupt ! X I'.YAN, lait Gen'l Trt. A Paji. Agent. J J McKINNKV, Pro'Irtent W. W. WKLLs, superintendent, bouieriet, Ky. General Offices, St. Paul UulMing, Went Fourth Street, Cinc'nnatt, OMo. ..... 7 10 p III, p lu Meridian .....Vickitjurg! ... KlireTopurt T. P Junction 800pm am . 3)pm a m 7 50 a m lr IIU TURNPIKE ELECTION! 2--5 -- fol-lo- d The shareholder! of tboHingtnj Kork A Green IlivirTumpIke Boad Company will meet atjonet' Htoro In McKlnney on the 1st Saturday In May. liS7, for the purpoic of electing a Prcildent and Hoard of Directors lor tbeemulng year. J W 01VLN&, I'lealiknt. 3NT0E3,W7-- FURNITURE STORE ItlAUK HUFJFJIAtf, Proprietor. rJvA &0 ! TURNPIKE ELECTION! Mill Turnpike llad Company will invt at Mt. baltm on iba lit Saturday In My. 1887. at 1 o'clock p. u for tre purple of fleeting a President auil Board of LilKttoia fur theeumlng year u. .. Liu.-.-, i'ritueut, blue-gras- TbettockhoHeriof the llustonrllle .1 Cjfiey'i TURNPIKE ELECTION! Tbcttockbo denol thebtantord A MIlledoTlUe at Turnpike Itoail Company will m-Meeting llout on the lit Saturday in May, US", at 2 r. m. lor the purpose of electing a President and Board of Directors for tbe tniulnz year. KD CARTEH. President. nt Mcpor-mack'a i7it i MfflUtf aiiiiM tiMM -- ZB ki Turnpike Election ! can-dida- te Turnpike Tbeatocabolderaof the Knob Head Company will meet at the Flnt National Bank in Stanlord on tbe lit Saturday in Mar, 16s". for the purpose of electing a President and Board of Director! for the f Dialog year. N. II All personi boldiug itock tn this Company will please present their certificate! either to tbe Presidtntor secretary aa we with to la ue new certificates. CLIFTON FOWLtlt, Prea. Will nluuj.H Intro on linml a litrc and olocl line of Furul. tnre and Undertaker' tiondri. My price will be as low as tuick good can bo bought In the eitleN. Give ine a trial and yon will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Turnpike Election ! WEAREN & MENEFEE, Tbe annual meeting ol the stockholders of tbe Stanlord A Halli (lap Turnpike Company for tbe election of n President and Hoard o I Directori lor the emuing year will be beld lu the Circuit Clerk's office In Stanford on toe lit Saturday In May, '87, at 2 o'clock r. y . tt d ) J. E LYNN, Pres. Turnpike Election ! jer TbeStockbolderaof theStanfjrl A Ilustonvlllo Turnpike Ilia K'jir piny will bold thclr annual mwtln g for the ele ctlimol a President and Board ol Directors at Bailey's More, TtirnersTllle, on the lit Saturday li May, 1S37 at 2 o'clock i. vi. J. 1 CASH, President. y9BSjEijiBBMKB nur eub-rcrlb- Turnpike Election elo-lln- t Tl. atrwlrm!.lA.. nt (ha Pirnint.f'i Stotlnn A HuitonTille lurnplko Company will meet at J. B. (ireen'n store In llu'tonvlltp, Saturday, April e officers, Ac. 30lh, 19S7, for the purpiieof KS 51. County Attorney, m e al. Dealer in Pino Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Peed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanever;be fore, from the cheapest to ihe best. Sash-Blind- -- All of work gunruiitueil as represented. Prices U suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and seo our line assortment before it is broken. J. B.GKEEX.Agt.. WBAREJN & MENEFEE. IlUNtonvlIlr, Ky. iii(ls5iisl--eiu- . OLIVER PLOWS! f 3. &L Tis -- lis fis, Dcalen In Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Van arsdale Buildltg, - k fHlHHKh . first-clas- MAIN ST.. STANFORD. Prompt paying cuitomort aro invited to come to see Isletill telling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also hat an improvement thi. is dostined to make it much m ore popular than it has over been, Don't buy a pump until you see the BUCKET ELEVATOR, 'andforHcut-tin- g JEWEL and ECONOMIST boxes buy tho SECTION CUTTER. RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. Also a general lino of Hardware, Groceries, Salt, Lime, CemeatJFlue.t:'.-in?- , &o. AUOU8T W. B. McKINNKV. ii Nil KR W. II. IIIGGIIVS m enrly and often, I falwiofn. fciwfiffir II t."' "w Jt.. frr : r.T?'":7-..- r s-'-Sf- . Y.yyn - -- ' ." rj J Bucken's Arnica Satire Period in a Girl's Life When Time Flows The best Satve to the world lor Cuts, llrulsoa On to an Eternity of Bliss. Standing on the sunny threshold where Sores, Salt Khcuni, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped, Hands, Chilblains, Corn- - and all Skin Eruption-Girlhood and womanhood miot, she sees on and posltlvoly euro I'll- -, or uo pay required, I, LONDON, LAUREL OOUNTY. ly the roses and hears only the music of the li guaranteed to give, perfect satisfaction, or money At the rtquut of tiiurdy' democrt-i- c new life she is about to enter. The strch refunded. Fries U cenU per box. For sale by W (TBOYALFtWJJ $ above its portata Is spanned by a rainbow Tanny A McAllatcr. niaaa rateting I bind you tne proceedby fio eecre-tr- . and beyoud stretches Interesting Experiences. a shining vista, ings ol 4ta, luriiiaSed uie Hiram Cameron, Furniture DeaUr of Columbni, thronged with the mystical, sweet, untried, thu-- : yean I'anuint to a cii of in a democratic where the hand of Midas turns the dust of Oa., tells his experience ou the "For three Htoru-ac- h every remedy market for demjcrsns of Lturel world into gold and its shadows into gar- have tried , but got no relief, uncount calamities, the and Kidney Disorder-in London, lands. There are no tempests in that sun- til I usod Electric Hitters. Took fire bottles and count met at the couri-houa- a ; Saturday, April 23J, 1S37, to eelect dele- lit land, no cloud upon it? ikies. Its winds am now cured, and think Electric tnitters the best be are all winded angels of melody, and its UIomI Purifier la the world," Major A. U. Heed, gates to attend the State conrnntion to of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Hitters for an gardeus are watered by perpst. old standing Kidney afiectlou and sijs: "Nolo-luheld in the city of Louisville, May 1, 1S37. The meeting was called to order b Chair ual singing fountains. Love is Ling and hu ever done me so much good as Electric mau M. T. Craft promptly at 1 o'clock. Beiuly is queen and in their celestial court Hitter." Bold at SO cents a bottle by Penny A McAllster. Capt. H. R. Kusaeii whs elected permanent all the graces dance to perfect measure. A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. No unshed tears, no voiceless longings, chairman and T A. Fain (secretary. The Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, plying between chair appointed as a committee on reeolu fi'l the heart almost to bursting, for every Atlantic City and N. Y., had been troubled with tiona A. L Keid, O. T. Furir, Andrew Jack-eo- wiih is born with its crown of fulfillment a cough so that ho was unable to sloep, and was Saiallwood, Gran-Till- e and the yoice of supplication is unknown Induced totrr Dr. King's New Discovery for J C. Jackaan, J.C. Peirl, Kabert Johnson, Divid Cum- And yet, satiety enlereth not into this en- It not only give htm Instant relief, mins and E. H. Ilickuey, who after elect C anted relm: everr day brings new and but allayed tho extreme sjrenets In his breast. Bee ted and a single II. beiutiYui surprise; a new fbwer bursts in His children wre similarly iny Judrfe Pearl their CiitiruHii and doc bad thu name happy etloct. Dr. King's New Hackney secretary, made their report The to regal bloom, a new gem comes to the Discovery is now the standard remedy In the resolutions as amended anil finally adopted surface, or a now son; blossoms into werm Coleman household and on board tho schooner. Tblst powder nerrr varies. A marvel ol purity, and throbbing life from the heart of some Irco Trial Hollies of this Standard Itemed at strength and wtiolcoomoneaa. Morn eronomlrai areas follow : Penny A McAlister's Drug Store. than the ordinary kind, and ran not be soli) fully in- - piHione minstrel Htsolrc J, That this courention rompetlton with the multitude of low test .short weight alum or phosphate, powders. Holdnnly In And so the days go on and are gathered doree the c iou of the State LVutr.il Dijniu-crat- ic cans. HoriLRiKiMti 1'oydk Ce, 1. committee and the ounty committte into the roval harvests of the years, and 1W Wall Street, New York time fl )ws on to eternity and bliss in the call of this convention When Itaby na sick, wo Rare her Caatnrla, Dream on, happy dreamet' Wrap our 21. i'nu the delegate! appointed to tne When she was a Child, she cried fur Castor!, State convention are aereD1 instructed to self in tho roette rt.bs woven in the loom When she became Miss, she clung to CastorU, 3UIST, IilCII)IO.Ml.kV. caU the four votes of Liurei county for of faocy for the novice in the ways of lit; Whon she had Children, she save them Castoria Hjn John D. Harri, if Mifison count), drink the elixir of life from the cup held B. to your lips by the dainty hand of hope, S3 their fi si choice for uovtrnor, to be vo Tor a good Table And clean and well furnished nxims, this Hotel ted for as loop as his name reunins beorje out'tsn I forever on the threshold, lest if has uo urlor. (iot ampin rius Attached. Jul-l- y the convention, and if dropped, then for you s'ep withiu the cup drjp from your dy lips and your fhecy, fl ed robes fall Albert S. Barry, of Campbell county. Bargain. Sole 31. Tnat our delegates be and tnev are to ahes of rose! - f Harriet Smcad, in Cut-rePEARSON & CLARK, I oder lur nle trlratelr In Htanfjrd. Kr.. a Terr hereby further instructed to cut the vote of desirably reeiJoiice with seren and Lurel county fjr CjI Jjhn T. Htzelriei; 1'. jgs are used largely hi the arts. Albu Well of water at the door, atablo, smoke ponh Uou-Har-diAc. Alout an acre of ground In the lot. Kur men is made from thu white and e;g oil for lieutenant governor; Gen. P. W. terms, Ac , apply to It. ). A I.b'O It It, LEXINGTON, KY. from tbe yelk". The eug oil is used for oil for attorney general; Gen Fayette Hew163- Agent for J It. Allord. for a iditor; J. V. Tate for treasurer; ing e'g leather and wool in the woolen itt 11 West Main HtriMt. 1J 2PS-Prof. Joseph Desha Pickett for Superin-teudti- r mills Tnen there are egg pomade, desic-ciie- d eggs and pr(srved egg' (for tanner's Feed, of Fublic Instruction and Thomas AND ti'O. K.'g nlbumen sells in France at the H. Corbett for register of the land office IM.'.I.S. IsTKIiETT, ! 4th. Tnat this convention appoint as rate of seventy five cents per pound No OCULIST, delegates to the Stale convention U. T. Fit- - product of the farm piys a better profit Having rrntrd the stable on Depot street, I am BRODHEAD KY. is, A L. Reid.J. C Jackson, M. T. Craft, tlmu etgs, Mid from a commerciil pre Qi prepared to train and break bonni on reasonable Court day trade R, M. Jackson, An Jrew Jackson, J A. Craft this interest is much larger than many sup-pjs- terms. County JOIIX II. VA solicited. Itl'KXTKIt, Has had anexperten ot over t fteon years, and New York City handled 50,000,000 Uanfoid, Ky ti euccpMfully treated huudrris or cants Bowling, G. D Jacket, n, C. Webb.E W. cist attention Is given to the treatment of all during the year, the valueof wbicbamounl-e- d icd.3.F. We son, JT. A. Fain, J.C im of the eye. Name and addreu ol lulienis .'0-6nireJ givt-- on application Ifdoalred to $10 000,000. In addition to the home to cam W M. Howard, who i prwduct the States imported 2 000,000 the vote of Ibis county in accordance with OK It costs abjut 15 cents per I am these instructions and as a unit span all frjtn Cinidii daily opening an elegant line ol Kail Millindiz-to piece tbem in New York from VAUJ.IIJLE COAIi L.IMIS ! ery, Including all fiuea'i jns arising before the canvention. foreign countries As there is no dutv on Cn'ui. A R Rvsari-IN HARLAN OODNTiT. The Latest Novelties of the Season. eggs, Canada has a good outlook in our Stc'y. T. A. Fain, By virtue ol a deed of trust, executed to tut Alto Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars as trustee by the Coal Oil and Mining The convention was the largest perhaps markets for Ler surplus. and Cutis Hucnlog, Corsets, Bustles, etc. 1oi mirnnT, tiearlogdste the 1st day ol Juno, 1574, though exceed vllIQudmeat the rooms lately Ticalrd by ever held in Lindoa-i.ti- d I will sell, on A young farmer named Andrews of loy A Warrtn, next dour t the Myers House. ingly lively and holly contested, was charM1 lUtKlt.AIC. Rawls county, Missouri, while driving ino TIIUIl.SD.iY, M 1Y 1DTII, ISS7 acterized throughout with gocd feeling. town one morning raw an attractive yiunf At 12 o clock m , f,.r cash, 10 per cent to t paid The supporters of that gallant old at time of sale and the balance within thirty aays woman feeding the chickens in the bun thereafter, at the Nrlolk Ileal Kxcftance, Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner, were No, 47 Commerce) street Norlolk, Irglnta to the yard. Sbe waved her hand at him and he much diacom fitted because of their failure highest bidder at public auction, all that certain bowed in return. A storekeepsr in town TltACTOI LAND cuarejed by the said dee-l- . to curry the ounty for him, but are corressituated in Hsrlan county. In the state of told him the maiden's name and lode back onthe Poor Ko k (I the Cumberland Illvrr, pondingly happy over the general result l ilegreoi, with him to t fleet an introduction. The and latitidn 17 drvre, lnng'tude Victor or vacquished, we all have in combounded and described In said decl as hntliinlnj ardent voting wocer stayed to supper, and at three (msple, blsok osk ami cbeatntill tres be mon this coholation,that whoever may tai ling on a sur oa the nur'h side of the lllg before he left had popped the lestion and Il'aek Mountain, running theme north .3 J poles chosen, we w.ll have a good governor (demto stake, t hence tiurtb ) deg east l.WI pole to been accepted. All this took place on ocracy ilself being the embodiment of all aetake, sotttn 1,1)0 poles 1 slake, tlmnee south Thursday nnd on Saturday tho couple were Hiles to two sugar tree, ttrucs west tJ - IV) thu is good, grand and noble), and if that married. The storekeeper acted as best - ol ltegtniiln, contain-te- n olis to the plannorth thousand acres of land, and iMlleved to be fu I man is Gen Buckner, 1 will be one of the c. m1 ol lh mult val n'lleiiusllty andenstly ac mn, and was persuaded by the happy btat to cist up uiy hat with a hearty "'Rih groom cenlble to mliiltig JO US S. TUCK Kit, to accept a blooded cow as compen Trusue for Gen. Simon Bolivar Bucknei!" .'21-- t d Ilgh Bros A l'hel4 Aurtionecrs. sttion for his skillful matrimonial negotia Semi-8iHceMfi8nte- lonrnri The L TUB COM DIN KD L Sfg STALLION, Til trial. Id IPfl uUAL. JbUlOU PslAI (217 1m) Always on hand and ready fur delivery, (live me a T L MILLTON, llowland. WATERLOO! This trtitllnr.W! statlton will make the aesaA st our stables In Mlledgevllle, Lincoln county at of 1M7 J SECOND JEWEL. This lino, combined sUl.lon will make tho season of 1867 at my stable near, Hhtlby City, lo Lincoln county, ou the Shelby City , A Knob Lick $15 to Insure a Colt till Weaning Time, Or lid g g n, POW Absolutely Pure. mare In foal, money due ISO lo Insure when the tact Is ascertaltiiol, or mare parted with. Lien retained on colta till money is paid, Waterloo Is tl years old, black, 17 hsnds high, of splenTurnpike road, at did styJo and action and as well bred as any lioraa inthelacd. II Is by ltlcbelleu, he by Mambrln Mambrlno Paymaster, he by $15 the Season, or $20 to Insure. Chief, he by Imp. Messenger, Waterloo's 1st dam he by a Helm mare, by Helm's Yorkshire, he by llsrp-Inu- s, he) by Imp. Mwnn-re- r. he by lUuibletoolaqDEacan-Tloand Pkdiiiskk Second Jewel Is U dam Itesl Bird, by Cannon Whip' he by a blood bay, with black mane and tail, IS hands 1 Illackbtirn's Whip be by Imp. Whip, b by Inches high, with rlno style and action. He Is $ 3rd dam a triornugb-hredam bt Herod years old this spring, was sired by tawls CunningBay Mesnenger'a dam ham's Jewel, he by tho famous old Washington mare, by Imp Dlomede.Messenger was out of a mare, ant by Dcnmaik. lint dam, Minnie, by McDonald's Itlchelleu Is the inmt Halcorn; second d sin by Wells' Ciuasderj third Imp. Itoeklngliatn burse In Atisrlca, and tbe dam by a son nf Davy Crockett, fourth dim a more premiums and purses tnsn sny horse saddle tuire, iHiligrto unknown Mr, II C I'lirvln'sOM Minnie, dam of Second Jewel, In Kentucky, April, H57. .Tl. T, .1- - .T. S. was a prrmlum animal from a colt up to an aged mare. Second Jewel has Ihthi shown 31 times and worn the slick lie SI time defeated only tkreo times. will also stand at tho same static, tbe One young lark JACKS, Mam-brlnHal-trid win-uer- $tt o; Hr.S.'M -- WILLIS HOUSE, Will make the season of I Si 7 at my stables on pike leading irom gtantord to Crab li.i ha'd the miles from the latter place. Caldwell's Young Blstk Hawk he by Velocipede, llelglum was l.roiignl (rjm Ohio at he by Itnlirrtion s r'stnpson, he by Imp Mam an I la now (,. He Is ,' moth ills dam was t.i hllgall a Dim k Iljwk, dapple gray, besvy mane amiNorin.nof agoo.1 style tall, second dam wss ralsi-- l by Htlles Maxwell and was and action, and list proven himself brevier, an Impurtrd Jek Money due when llio oil U several ot his csilt hating been kenta gou Jelatllona for I ten rctalced on all lualed or inr (irKdwith William Jaiue. A. K. MeKlHBey, ho colts till seaoti i barges are paid. I'aslura.'u will be furnished at reasonable rates : Ihejack, Mvgui y,rs oM, IdKk, wlh Parting w.th Hires lorletts the Insurance wklle nose, wis s'ir--1 by n Madlkm iek. I dun t .s.i 1. know the slock, but know be Is a good mulejsrk Mielby City, hy Ills lain wss II aU Hawk, be Is ,wlck .ml a gol breoler. tf SS to UNlli-e- n'.il ftttt. He Is (on black, 14 bands Itiche hUh. He was sired by - BLACK HAWK, BBLaiTJM, .i.M2 1 I Wi t. yninur, J. WILLIS, Propriotor. ERICSSOMT, by JR., Isbv I 2 30 Mnibino I'armssler dsmthedaut Ills 19 rlrMon For at a dams of nt ro-i- e n Wholesale Grocers t LrlcMon la half bruther to I rle, ireor I ! .' 7 at a four year old anil sold to llolrtl Muouet at that agelortluuuu. 1st dam br Itvloe, by old Pilot, sire ot Pilot, Jr., iWln'iS liU Itlolalrel Ihedamsof Jay lye txe, i to. Ma JS .' i t,'t, Nutwtmd . - and Ji In the'iiOllst Metnbniiot'rilef slrol Lauy 1 tioru llrtgiwll Wood tit Memt'rliio i.511, i -- In 2 10 list.) by Membrlno Chief, hali id X2 and his daughters are the In the 'i Sj list. ( liamlsMgN, will shew teves) colts this last spring ate very flue mules The horse will stand at "1i".,l"1 ! M '". . ye- irl - oil. 1 a a '. $10 lo IitNtircnC'uK IOiIiijnoIi! The latksat (Ilia Vi I . i J .."""'"' ha iilla t UJ .1 sruio-,- mitn m.o 'hs "h"r iiwud ortlo.tr. money 4 "vtj I . i.. c.r iu .ii . . Livery, Training, SALE STABLE Lrfraaon, jr , Is a solid Mick, IB hands high, Thurmanl.rm I' mile, i irin Dels a horse tbat and welgas I.2W between the hlt,r.,hl a Dinellle and city Dsnsli . A HusMavllle Turnpikes .li.ree t htuix'lf eseu if he had bo at twuevsloic Ibebhitkl that he due shetiM luskeblui otievf tbe itrantlest sulilitcis In Kentucky S10 TO INSURE A L1VINO COLT vice tee will lie Mtar l?X. Membr 2. !(,!.. '27, North itar !,., :;, risk's Msmtirlno thler I J'i. 'i S, Meoibrllio nr llearr Pilot s WELCH. My i. (;,i,u;k, , in it.r f-- . ( A A An. LIU, n, Welrh will make Ihe ll. Ileum-mend- .ii.y i' $1.- -, 10 INMJKK A MVltK IN ol t(i- lUlL. ntih-lorboo- JrtlJuw,M u " !! l a lt Is iol.. or in ire tsrt uu lo r. -v S08-6a- 1 S. letting with or morlng mire out imdeis money due. MlllalM sued d ' lai VVeflurf l,T J'"' .ir.,.'?.twin, teoird i ,j, br '" dsubyjoe et,ud J ai 'innrr. '' '""', ,1"u ,,1'' :Ie,..c,.u1ha,Vre"0fnn..ro5dr,r.nd,'." -- rte 1 II iIIIIjIjIIVJBKY. MY riNii JACK, Mci:i.K()V, ...,.t,, ,;"'r"llln. 11. trustee'ssaLe n L At MOon theisme conditions as alvp, II Has tiroteu blmseltto lie s superior breezier, having trotlucedsnnool Hi best iiiitte In this and ad joining counties and Is alto a good Jernet Jark. Dels lft1; hands high, tiearlr blaik. wilti mealy joints and general make up lat c ax hasjslred by K. N. i'OWKI.I., good Jennet Lyl,'. linpoMr,i Jaca, aud '' j mllis from Huslonvllle, on the Hustonvlile it. A Lilierty Turuplke roil, Lncotn i unty, Ky -- V n'I,r bows" gooil trottingnsoilleJa actio A )e,lr can drive bit. dsy far s I' ii of a oroiinr. ksui.ksia s. 1 Ji.lI. war-hors- e, No. ARTHUR SI1YIS, SILVER K'l1 HtandarJ I n Ken-tuik- y, Two uillce fruii Lauiai'tr, on the Stanford pike at JT MAjPLiBS rit ler Utile w,lt stand ' A, T Ml, Val KISG uBhsrJ and mT in Will make the present elfoujBUBi.rd Turnpike v. tbe s..on ,t -- its',. c e llusto-vin- At glutei mo-ley Iniureii Mtlii TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON With privilege of return In 1.W ar J ij insurance. Arthur Mins Is hr Hero, Ai III 1 1 1,1-- In New York City the deminds made ky the Knights of Labor caued tb shutting down of six of the largest eilyer m in ufacturing establishments in the country, and about 1,500 skilled 'mechanics were thus thrown out of work for an indthoito period. The Waldens Ridge railroad, running from the Cincinnati S)Uthern railroad to Oliver Springs, was sold at Knoxville to a for . R Chapman, eyndicaie beaded by Fifteen thousand acres of coal $160 000 and timber land belonging to the Oakdile Iron, Coil and Transportation Company wore sold to the same parlies for $12 212 200. and they ministers in the smoking-ca- r, "Really, I haven't," she replied weirily. This Old and Well Known Still swA playing eevec-u- p for the cigars and 'It certainly must be time I was going High drinking a bnnd of red liquor that smelted home," he continued, making a move in AND a good deal like taat which I know mem the right direction, is Determined that Ite Proprietor teraof tbe Legislature are fond of." Chi"On, I am sure it is veryniuc) later than it Shall be Second to no Country cago Herald. taat." she stid, sweetly and innocently, and Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attenhe went away with a hideous suspicion in Composition on Medicine Johnny's tion to Comfort of his oranly bosom. their Guests Trereis two kinds of medicine besides the kind vcu Rub on and tbe first kicd is Arcslcenndis, or liquor Habit, can be Cured by Uagscage re lit be conveyed Ui aad from the the Soft Kind which you take with a spoon aiffihmtering Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. free of cbarpre. Hpeclal aerOramodatl o to Commercial Traveler. The Bar will holds your Head and you while A man It can be Riven In rt cup ol coffeo or ten ullli-('i- it always, sapplied with tae choicest I the knowledge, of the ixtsiiii takliiK It, and Higgle some beciuse it Tastes so kick 'rand or Llqanrs and Clrars. ft stwedy and iiennaiient cure, ulivtlier and the other kind is tbe Hard kind which llio patient H a moderate drinker or nn alcowreck. Thousands of b called Pills and it is tbe hardest of the holic made temperate men vtliodrunkards hao ceen tlio r J3 r 'i' t it is so Hird to go Down tJolJcn Spcclllo in their coirco lune takentheir whole bacause without BTANKOKD, KY. a but it does not make any diflerence which knovvledue, and free bellet Notliey quit drink-In- g of their own will. harmful cflcet kind you Take when you get it Took you rcsulti from its administration. Cures Btiaran-lec- tt l)mt eoutn slJs Main bl't--- t ti. ilto. o Ut Myers Hotel. for circular ami full particulars. wish ycu Had not for it makes quite a Row Address 'my Nitrous OElu. Cj.i onmlste'-vft itlileniv Cni.iiKV hl'r.CIKIC'Co, nd K t Wound' IJU .k.. ja your Stoiu'cb -- Ti e of J M Wrighl vs. the L & N Railroad, in which the plaintitl ob.aio- ed in the Marion Circuit court a verdict for The scheme of "booming" towns in tbe $10000 damages for the killing of his son, West is the principal work of a syndicate The defendant has been compromised of Minneapolis cipttalisls, rhjs a C licsgo was proeoutioe an appjal, which will now pper. It is slid that thev are working By the enmpromiss the rail be dismUsHd. Duluth and Wichiti at thesme time and rnad compiny paid the plaintiff $3 000 b tins same methods Tnee pick out an fL?binon Standard towu with a few nifuril resources and after one or two "wish" deals in real Ojetbing is mighty certain," said a eetate they succeed in working up "boom " conductor, "the new Interstate law has been The suckers are taken and tt.e excitei Eood thing fir the c'lurcbes. It is rapid- ment is kept up until in origin fiu itors have ly increasing the number of religiou pe) pulled out with their "bood'e " Tnen the if the increase keeps pie in the country and town fills bickdetder than ever and the oa as it has begun there wi 1 be sjme sur plotter go to another place. At Wichita prising accessions to tbe various churches tbe npecolitors haye boomed eome properilooj this line of road. How do I make ly till it h bringing $2,000 a front fool, this out? Why in this way. The new law, with plenty of gulls to buy it. or rather the railroad interpretation of it prohibits the iauanc of passes to editor) In the hotel pirlor, 11 p M politic'AMn, favorite, etc. Bjt it doen'( "Hive you any idea what time it it?" he prohibit the free passing of miuiatervof the aikod, after be had talked her to deep three gasel. You'd be surprised if you were to or four times, and waked her up as often ro thrmrh the train with me and see the by laughing boisterously at his own bril frrge number of ministers who aie riding liant ebuhtion cf wit, humor and burwi h us nowadays. Ojly ay I had two lesque. ob-cur- e lo-d- ce lions Figures printed in tbe Methodist Year Book show that on Janti iry 1 , lSi7, Methodism throughout the world numbered .'55,000 trayeling preachers md 0,20,000 members. Iu tbe United States there are 27,000 traveling preichers and 4,000,000 members and a popul ttion of over 15 000, h 000, or more than of the entire country - 50 000.000. Tho Methodist coptl Church alone numbers in the Uuited S.ates 12 S00 traveling preachers and members, having 20,000 churches, worth $77,000,000; 7,500 parsonages, worth $11,000 000; 144 college and other rebel properties worth, icc'tiding endowments, $15 000,000. making a to'al of $103 000,-00- 0 -- TN Y Sun. one-fourt- THK PANl Y SADDLK STALLION, YOrR ATTENTION Wallace Denmark IH SOLICITED. loalded May I. BarI haTe secured the services of a ber, and propose to turn out work done up only in tbe highest Style of tbe Tonsoilal Art. My shop Is located next door to Wearen's A Menefe's. I am prepared t" flx the "bangs" of young ladles in a manner truly enticing. A d call from both lh ladles and gentlemen of and the public generally Is very respectfully I2U-.solicited M'lLI, Kl.ya. Orit-clititan-forit I ! Ilea. Knox, 119 he by N datn was Ijidy Arthur, by Koiirbon (.hiel, by MMirlno ( hlef. by Msmbrltio mi.., .... Payuitster.A Artbur elms Is a bay, t hands, nthewr,, luwti rircti.rs.4,btid4y,riuli lam by Waiv smail blaar, right hind loot white. folel in Mir. He Is a handsomely finished colt and ured to slay Wl1, als) stu 1 at Hehasbevn bandied a little atll promises well ttiesim p'j-- my bae tt fc He combines the strains of Ihe haudsome Mltck C blel famine a sml is Hawk nd stout Msmtirlno dtstrablestock horse, and on bis sire s eld trace twice to Imp Messenger and twiie on ms dams At $11) to liMttrr ti Mon side. P,ri.,iu,?,ln!,,,"",ur mbra war) ,,, parted Is Mare kept In auy manner desired , st owner's lie is a brown jack with ,hu, , T.A.KI.KIS, risk !il,.n Ju5r ,u.1.1. ' hands hlgf.by He was sir Lam aster Ky ed by s Kin. William and be King Phil - theet Hels 4 tears eld ! hnJ Mn, . I.........I . honour bay, wuh fine maue and tall and a rem i and a nsmral ssldle borw. Mrt-lbllui.hl'. Deawtk,kBewis as On Time I ir.l.lsm. Molli, Mounts, by V4bb .'. Utin, U ecsied dsm Ly oung Ameries, he ey Me..enir tbirldamhy Miller' Deanuaeklaylor which give lilm a lo. r.ioMOflbe i4 lie si. s t'It. unUM. STEVJE WALKER. I.iiinutnlt "kntlu l.n.el iuti.1 .In ii I. VI... J. K. ,i' i E. JPOll WAI.IC! Valuable Heal Estate and Booms. Store V Thlllps, dee'd, I rtlet AsKx-- c Torot for sale, on easy teMiis, the following real estate in and bear tbe growing town of Lancaster, Garrard Store-loom- Iels rich mahogony biy IS1 j hands iusdo and tale. Is strictly tine ami fancy, Is both a natuial and p rasant saddler, brieds fancy, and a more uniform breeder of He is high-tasaddler can not be found style on both aides to tbe Ibtrd generation, is hacked upby thorough brids nu bath s'dv, tasking him very active and sprightly In gait, in lorm and tlulsli a perlect mcxlrl. lie was slrrd by the noble Hump'er Denmark, tn by doddard's Denmsrk, be by Oalnts A Cromwell's Denmark, h by tbe race hrse Denmark be by Imported Hedgeford. His 1st dam was sired by Sir Wallace, he by Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thoroughbred) second dam by Virglnlus (dam ol Vlrglulus bv Tranby thorough I red he by the celebrated Maion's Wnip 8 dam a Whip msre Will make the srasin f ISJ7 at my firm, 3'- miles (rum Ifustonville, near Carienter's station, and wil be permitted to serve mares at Is a ll !? high, heavy 01 and necessary outbui dings. One farm, iinimproTid, Smites from Lancaster, Ky., on tho Lexlogtnn Turnpike 01 li acres, And also a tract of i6 acres on Gilberts Creek, about 1 miles from Lancaster. As executor, I detlrn to sell all this property I am empowered by the will lo make deeds to it, A fine chance is now olteied to thjse deslrlug homes or investments For lull particulars address my Attorney, II, T Noel, Lancaster, Ky or tbe undersigned at Stan- ford, K y. .1. 31. Il'S. Executor , juu-uiu. irom Incaster, of 1.17 acres. Ono Kartu ol 140 scree, 3J , miles Irom Lancaster, near the Lexington 1'lke, improved, with house county, Ktntucky: Htire I.Iviiik Co II. , on Public Sjtiare ot slid Ono Brick Mar a comuilttnd toi y care and breeding will retown, now used as a ilrfgoods room drass furulibnl at One frame Store room on tbe 1'ubllr Vjuire, now ceive my prrsoml attention reasonable rttes, to lu paid for before the used as a limlly grocery room. No responsibility accidents or rs s on l.icnmomi street, near rusttho P.trttng with mtre f nfidls the Insurance n Millinery Store, Ibi CKS ic feauare, one now usnl as (stabllshmcct. Willi other ..J au I'udbrtaklog J. STKELE C&RPEN IER. this block will be sold il desired a lut of ground adjulnUg. Une larm with hcuie and other cccesary Improvements, on the Uxlngton Turnpike, 3 miles More-room- 910 tint NeiiMon a or 812.50 (o In. fr removi-olma'- es MESSENGER CHIEF, JR r, hands high, Is Dav Htslllon foilded III s 1! by Messenger Chief 1st dim by Vermont dai by Imp Siytb in i de iu by II, hut's (Iray Lagle, 1 dam by Oiistutl s lebg-- a h l Ills sire Sleesengerf li f. 'I In I I) lint, by dsllah Pilot, dam bv Mambrlno Messtngtr, I dam by Mambrlno Cnlof, 3 dam by Imp, Napoleon. 4 dam by Teiiipeat, Messenger Chief sired Maud Mesengr'J 16'j Marvel 1 li, (iii2 1 and many others dotlned to win tamo ou tho turl. Jr, Villi, MYERS HOTEL, E. STANFORD. KY. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Maintains it Reputation, Alexander's Alidallah, by Itysjyk'i Hamblei tnnlan,dam Katie Darling. Alexander's Alidallah slnd Ooldsmlth Maid 2.14, itosillnd 2 21!,; Thoridale 2.22.; Major Ldiall 2.2U; tit. Llmore .',30. He alto stred A I motif, lleliuont, llelsora, Hnelby Chief, together with tbe dams of Jerome Eddy 2.1CK, Kstle Mlddleton 8 2J, lllll Tnunder senger 2.1fi'4 Alxlullah Pilot, by Alexander's Abdsllah; dam niandiiia, by Mambrlno Chlet; second dam 2.il ,) by Parker' Hr wn Pilot. Pilot sired Pkkard 2 Itcl Jim 3 yiar-ol- d reco d 2 23; Mts ngcr Chlel slrol Maud Mes- i; t.24'i.etc. Meeseuger Chief, Jr . will mike tne present season at my place I'j Miles irom Hustonvlile ou tho liridfor Jirllle pike,! Hotel 810 TO INSUnE A LIVING COLT Money duo when colt 1 foaled or mare parted with. Mates will be pastured at 82 per month, uui i win uui i rtspousieie lur Mi. lt.lVGII3l.lS, J. ilustuuvilie. teen hands hlb, two white t bihlihl slml br by l.yxlit,. lltnl.laUri, 1st William Web dsm kstieOrlincs, by Ctlll's Vermont. 2n, jiaJ Hlack swan, by Helm Yftrkshl'e by Imp. 1 sblre, ird dam Little h mir, i,y Wagner bv orc. . f by Mr Aicbr, 4th dam Huilly hprnl, thanes, lf .,.,.,.,.., i, .,n,u pj i i aniei, tiin itam te .iu,. ,urruinr, iiiiiiaiii oy by Jisryianil Itll'llx t'l ilamby llaniilbal Miaiu nllky by Itovel hmlly,iiH. Pi Hru.esoiul IIj.,kol l.iwgeSJi e Neiiiiuil Hanibletoiilan Isa fine l,g burse will, fine style atid co d Iwiie, ami mr, nre,.r' ,rwi by William Welch, tun sire nl I'hiko Messenger 2 o, by MesKull brother to Maul Hee.leT ,, , . 2.22.. Jeremiah senger Chief, sire ol Maud Messenger, j ir.',. Oils better. William rt,oh wa alrr-- l by llvsdvk H.mbleloriUn, private record 25, 1st dam the dam . it, Marvel i ii. ..flto.len'1 Prime and by Imp Iru.t.e ()tlo land i.re of twent) mile trotter. wn tTri.s1st dam (ientle llreiie.slro ot Pearl 2 10, alio . ...,,. ,w p.u v, jiaiiiiiiino, uy j ru ii A(Mn an I Peat Meof tliodani ot Maul Meengr kir. e niunt tho great Us d) k s llambletotiliii tne graf,ilt(t sire living, ac J dium ftVt ermont coiubiii .1, backed by thormigU-bre-will make a nil-- , atnr hnn, . i, 2nd dam Kittyltlvets.tbo dam Jol Ikille Mil. b'elonlaii, by Alalallah, sou ofMsnibrlmi dtm br d Inn. helliounder.i.lam by lllstmp reeorJofX mliulei, rcor Humbietoci. an, 3 dam by Imp, Messenger. I J7, by Alexander's AIkUIIsIi, sire tf doldtmlth i.lll's Veriiioiit, by Downing'. Venuout. sire ol Ibedampf Lnlgna 2 1, 1st dam l,y Columbus Maid. (ilarLley'sMon ul toliimbus, sire ol t'ontldence dam l.yllrrira.,d, sire of tbe dam. 3rd dam by lied Jacket, sire of the dim ot Nellie IJiay 2.21 3d dam by Malchles, sire of the Kentucky Wilkes .lam of Climax 2 31. (.ill's Vermont I. the aire or 2 23. Mart Maria 2 2tT, llonner lull sister to Messenger Utvutf, 2, Udy Maud i(,,andI.ogsn 2.401,, also sire of the ..maOak ol had n record when I years of 2.21)',, at 5 years .Vi ', flamUdla rt like. 2 20, llio King 2 20'. Nellie I, 2 SI', won the f. COO "i.!U.,,,t'!jy?r Vs!" ,?,"" SO. at G years 2.29 and at 7 years oil Ijidy PaKhen S,", hi K 17lJ lucky (.entlemaii 2 IJJ-j- and sire ut (lit, Ifconj puso at Cleveland, Ohio, In 2 (latnol PnllThouion2.10,t the saire year. 18SI, Sept. Gtli, she leat Ihe crac' uye.iy. . uainmetontan, ny Aiidsllali.slrool'-.-r Waiter 2.i7, lat Thompson amatch;race lortJV Ilelllounder; 2nd d in by Chss. Kent marc liy Imp. Ued Wllkea-I'- hll dam One Ere.br llisliop Ham. Mr. Crlt Davis w liletonian;Srddm nllveriall liy Imp, Misienger IS000, ltysdyk't Haiiihletotilau Is the site ol Nrttle 2 18 scud her again this year throu.h the grand tlr- - and ,17 others Klih rteir tini'2 :(nr I..,,-- . ..i.. the, daiinol Trinket ..l I and.Uotbeis with ,n cultandMysheepe"l(lo,r''r her record to 2 10 o!2.30or liettec .. . t. .. ........ .i.i.... ,... i... . - ,, Vermont (Downing') by Hill's fllack w ,iwn,inn tessener urevm ii or ..12. . slreof K ban A len 2.2U-Vernnni . ..! Is s (reef ot fjnlgma 2 lfi, snd also sire was at the sunn age. Mambrlno Uruco, the sue of Hollo WII- Messenger Brctte - s. beaulllul re-- bay, Hi hands 2.21. Among tbe get of (len Knox with records In Lady Maud 2 IS1, 2 30 or belter, are tbe follow lug Catners 2.I9'4 Independence 2 214. (Illicit Kuux 2S',, Iclor 27',, 2.2J, Kmperor Knox 2Peaceful KUOX2Hsrry spank 2.wi, 2 21; iCnox Hoy 2 2V er 2.30, Messenger Knoi 2 SO His sons, Col. I. lis worth, Coun, Cromwell, Eels Ire, l.mror Will-laden Knox. Jr , (inn. Llghtloot, Ollbreth, Knox, Jules Jurgensen, Knox Floy, Lon Morris. I'htl shell isu, Hi hlino, Whslcbone Knnx, and Woodtord Knsx have alret tbe tollowlng, witb records of 2 SO or better- - Iron Age 2.!'J,i, Capitol 2 22',, rank K 2:t,'t. Nellie Walton J 26', ( hsnes II 2 27, Kanny M 2 VJ: Wallace 2 .V1,, llbalr2?y,S. Maud Mutter 22i'4', 2 Kitty Motris 2 SO. Chub ii7, John r1. Heaid 27', dllbrelh llamb'n Ktox J Maid 2 27'., Bhadiw Copeland 2 ,l, lllaek ll.ws 2 10 Arthur 'I. 2 10, Nlua, ptcer, 1''.li, Ho. esly, pacer, 2 M't'Ae :il. son of Harney HenHero, 111, let dam by ry, 2ud llunsu'en Mar by Hlli's Hlr Charles, son ot Duroc. lUcjrdlllS. l'uolc trial at 16 years old Irthuraime, wasbre-lbpoit, Vt ,snd wssfjaledln (ten Knox, 119, dlandird I'nder Itule i tbe sir Daslel Heustls Hrldg. 18M. He was by Venuout trehr, she Is sl'e--l Iv ... .. Kluz I'tilllln s ,i. "VIMH. '.This )ick " "Jproved hltuH.lt .ito lli J,Im Porter has he nne breeder of bis etilu last muo at weaning time brouiht one hundred do Isr.. UP' fl,,!t ',l,m ftral .mil, j, it, r.i iims, rifnlord. Kv Vermont This file staliiot my farm, 1 titles fjrd and Danville Hambletonian. w ,1 Irom (lie AND u.ake tbesason ol HJ7a 8t.irford on the Stan AT 913 TO IXSritU DKK-MPriO- A COLT. I,. , Ilamlv etntilan l H s black PLDK.KI.I.-Wrm- on horse, foale-- I 111 fe-- six it, vi .1 -. MESSENGER BREEZE I i, W t'. li' ..M1' - j m iii.l. ld a i fi,-2 . In2IC',-2.17,I-2-- '. . ,, 'i m -- ii,.i' 1 I hi'hoeow 1 r- -s y muscular and strong, high, of a speedy conformation and there does not exist a liner ol tho Will make the present sessou at 31, S.llITII on Kenturky soil It A L(JII3lAA'S.,imlnt from Stinr.ird. on the trotting bred horse aud coming as ho does from a homer et plkeat fe7 tit flllH'! n ttvlllu l taa n,ii.nti. produclrg family, t.ls aire, hlsiUmland Lis grand-(l.u- n ct,tt blued horse, lfi bands high ofgocxl style and ac-- j all being producers ot sreed, he Is Just the Hon and has proven hlmse'f a splendid bra iler. J. IC. IIAIKUI3IAXKy. kind ola horse U make u lasting Imprisilou on Htistonvllllo. his ptogeny. We' rillillyrroimiiKnd UltJ slnrlt leinnlr known ir usf itM.nonlKrs Tgrtf I TO l.NSlJKIi A MA UK IX I'OAL. ani i icet. rl Til IIAY.' veliAv soli cfntlter. rOetristi.l pat ul r, ari'tin every .at i: Money due when the lct is astirlalmd, or marj csuisbiriaure. ).4Metikitur4itKn Jirjeol b tls parted with hr bred to another burn.. Will make Aleitt A. I.lal, My titallion, well-brewell-kni- t, JO ABDALLAH, imrs iiiscx nawt, t.y bhetman Morgan. Dam a fast trotting mare. Hlli's ilia k Hawk slro or llelle of eairatoitt iw). Lancet 2 27' I. thl P,i,,n Allen 2.MJ,, and Vouug A.i'ierlca 2 vV.,,!,' of tbe Hum. of Blanche wc!a i .! (leu Tennessee 2 27. and alio the'iotimierol grei Black Hawk fam Ir. tint h.. in .i, ".. .ndlemalollnoLOof 2 SO or letter repVesenl. rk to.",fl.d,f.n.ee-.- . 1 1 $0 yll'Wl'J0","' lUslsthefuii-idirottlietVumbus KSLmf. bJ.m Columbus, aire ol Messenger M.ire. "' Old Columbus. 2.4i;$,roDvt.rted aeer. from Canada re ten.. Navigator 2 31, lto ond .Vr g c,,. n,hVVi? ' hJ alao .Ire l Vhe dam" ol N.-i0. ,NOo'U7,2,!7', Nameless i, pu, (ourg Columbus U the sire tufil 2.rij n"1 h,,,' ' "" t have ""'' ,..""" i V V IllltTitlCbc!:lCo. Ohio. Cincinnati,! llaln V Y ho msscii ol IIS" uiMiio. laimof I blol 111 Soiitir rag;iMi. (!.. tt.Ou, HOItKllT.ilv.t I.ISIKU, About waaluKsiiltiekr was to the I mile Iiiiiii ii'aiilurii. I'lltts. 1,1 fatally. wl,icb what she Pilot J,. v. tlOHIXtK, ot.int,rd, Ky r