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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887050301 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. Semt muUn VOL. XVI. y mi I mtefiif 1887. of mtfn NO. 225. PEARSON & CLARK, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 3, ' If I A 1'ubtlnhcd TitratUiu ntfl FrhlitU -- AT VcjhI IVInln Htrcet, fc 1 1 Public SHiliuienti never satisfied. A & lady of taste ami talent got off the other ilnl.ntood If w.crodlt that JlW will be ex H'X"iV'iroiti frctiol and demanded. day tho plaint: "Hoiaco Witheri w.i my AT LAW, ideal of n widower and now he's gone ai d 311 Firth Street, BOOT AND SHOE STORE. W. P. WALTONgot married." - We niako a specialty of the manufacture oi . Lamb..' Suitly Stoiie- .- I wi-- h to anBoots and Hbots and guarantee our work in every Rooms 3 and 5, Cromle Block. (IMdy.) nounce to ray friends that I hare on hand respect. Two fi st-- aw workmt n aro already HUNG JURY AS USUAL employed and other" wdl b engaged If necessary. and deign keeping in connection with the and at short notlis. Ulte CITIZENS Itcpalrlng dono NATIONAL BANK, , IVal.a:? Carnnter to be Given Another us a call and we will rrve mu right potofliu ii nice eupply of Lvliei' Goods. (or his Life Chance j'.W.v.vev iox A-- Jonxsny , t - Mret orPieaxe c ill, examine, pure1-leae l.incaste222 lm OP I.MiVASTVAl, KY. April 0 -- Ai I elo'td my JOMn.-r- r. der., etc Knpeclfully, Mr A. Wood, P lant repjrt Mm Oaoro llrown waa testifyCAPITAL - - - $i:i5,00(00 M , Hustonville. I .. I i. . - I I I I.. .1 IcXOTJST' i! c irr "'leriiwu nrr minium m IDg. Hilurdiy night witnessed the closing of This Bank solicits accounts of Individuals, fir mi priiicjMi particulara and .aid ahe had our last saloon. The objiquie of the inli MT. VERNON, KY. and corporations. Its facilities for making colheard Wallace threaten hia father', life and tulion were celebrited with considerah'c lections, In al parts of the United States, are unawear that he would cpitl the Kit drop of Hotel is still main- surpassed, and cutomcra are at ;all times granted This old indwell-know- n zeal. Oi Sunday morning the colored popuwould allow taining Its fine reputation. Charge, reasontb'. any reasonable accommodations they see proper blood In his veins lisfore he lation were eeen eeated along the sidewalk., Special attention to the traveling public. to ask. WebegtooUer our services to tho citihia motlii-- to he atruck by hia father each intently pouring over a newspaper XEircoun, ivo'r, si. zens oi neighboring counties, without Banking Wallace a tid ha wjiild be cleared if he Mt. Vernon, Ky. Their explanation wis that biing denied facilities, and atur6 them that any business sent would kill him, a be had been beaten and spiritual comfort tbey were betaking them. us shall at all limes havo prompt and faithful athe would be cluhlicd by him aa much that tention. elve to intellectual culture. For the furjinU'-ab-le in doing no, ' and if you don't he DIHECTOHlsi therance of this enterprise tbey were, of lievcao, ak mi" Khe considered Wallace', NO. 112 EAST ( HE3TNI T STREET, course, directed to the ISTEntOlt Joi'KXAL. J. M. HIGGINBOTHAM, mind not eoual. He vra inclined to he The aympithie of the readers of this LOUISVILLE, - - KENTUCKY, X.EWI3 Y. LEAYELL, JOEL J. WALKER, at times, wt. a little din- moody and aullen J. 8. JOHNSON, J. W. L03AN, paper are respectfully solicited on behalf of T. M. ARNOLD, alpated, alo Formerly of Crab Orchard, oflers her services to L. F. HUBBLE, the editor, who with his usual energy and the ladles as purchasing agent Any thing frot-- i JOS. SIMPSON, B. G.MULL1NS. J thn I Ii" oisiuurad the track fmind in tho smallest article to a wedding outfit wilt reis reiulutely endeavoring to look ceive her prompt and personal attention. A trial the Krden and applied Wallace' .hoe. to happy under the pressure of n veritable and 220dm. Is solicited. them, which corresponded exictly. intensified phi.' hat. He defends hiscour e J. It. HIGGINBOTHAM, PRE3T. ooJ Clreen went orer to inform C'irpen- LOUIS SCHLEGEL, on the ground that the hat in question is n LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, ter of hi. fither'a beinz killel. He did not memento from his intimtte and valued J. I. SANDIFER, CASHIER, allected on hearing it. eeem to be much B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. friend, Grover Cleye'nod, and that hi fidelThe next most important witnes. ft I III- ltlCII)10M, KENTUCKY. ity to country, pirly and friendship deMACK BRUCE'S mand this etenfice of personal comfort at Photographs in all styles and sizes. of order wae preserved during cd The bcit hi hands Still I have unshaken faitb in ' I'oeaey Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Buggy her testimony and although she ap3ke very House. the truthfulnesi of the aphorism: water uoiors. low the UW n lien:e Imrd bar distinctly. lies the head that weara a -- plug." Kew designs InTrames and Mats at very low every word. ,be Tne Caunly Teachers' Asociation at ? ' .oanxiou wa u to , ,, ktlling, allhongh he wn at Mr. mown (201 ly. Prices. -1 have now womn whole i... ,,. Crab Orchard last Friday and Saturday ht lheappeirnce ofa where allice lived after aupper-tiIt , have been full of trouble and had the arm- was not vrrr numerously ntteudtd, but the A Full Lino of Wheat Drills and DR. W. B. PENNY, , na'ura ii,.. waf a dog 4hung to return home, epec indefatigable president, Mrs. Tarrant, is by palhy of the auJienci until ehe othor Agricultural Implomonts, DENTIST, tally after fel. The pipr ued for of the numer-- . ,. ... . no means despondent. Khe hu an abiding ITonttiolcy exceie anxieiv Htunford, -Besides a u. .he ntld her I " " w"" of""patent medicine ",r' " " faith that the year on which we are about o.i. fau ta of her huibatid advertise piece h- -. . i.r.m in UMhr. .rid " I....I....I k.,1 Fall Line ot Baggies and Wagons to enter will witness batter results. TeachV,.,ln , , b.r .,llriiinn. him ever . m'Dl lhl hli'J b" pread broulcaU over ers should take an ioterest in this thing. Alwayg on hand. In connection with my Implement business, I will also carry a apeak a kind word to him. the ,tid Lla lh"UD.lt' Most of them could learn romethiog worth '. Theeftectol Mrs Cirnjnter. le'timony .... u.,.i. pnnc.pal day for faalt aiding . acquiring; and there are few, if any, who Complete Slock or Lumber, on thi'uuincewaa the oppoite from the . not only finding faull'tvlth ut.. i... Willi something to the gen' a. v w, j oneapparenlly detred and the jurv did not could not contribute Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as every person and thing on the place. Had eral fand of theoretical and practical either, Low as any oue. Li.t "Pl'tnr to borrowit kindly offered me every knowledge. The very act of meeting, beoften aeen him cruellr b.ttW-IU- c. J Office on Lancaster street, next door to Isxi. .ummerhelveuhimover.he head ilh a facility for reporting the, trial and I hereby coming mutually acqaaiuted and commun T patroMje. BeaptctruUy, RioaJoDRAL office. Office hour, from 3 to 13 a m. and 1 to 5 r. u. Anesthetics administered whan ' Ing together in reference to their common large allrk and brained him lip teribly ', acknowledcemente. X. 31. IlItVCE. USl-ly-r. tender my grateful noceasarj. , work, their common dii:tiltie, responsi . . She nid the unpleanlneai commenced mu tu nail ah tAAiiauiiit t iiumi L uui bililios, trials and successes would Impart with their muriage, 20 yeafa ao, and eince apeechea are yet to he made and the cane then he hai treated her very unkindly. He to each worn and weary spirit a re invigorwill not get to the jiry before Saturday af -would leave her at night with a platnl in ated life, new confidence in the work, new K. C. W. ternorn lightand tell her that ha did not know hi. pocket con.ciousnesi of pjer, and hence a 1 rom ther.port of the daily papera we ening of the burden which the solitary toilthat he would ever return. This comment-- l ,. ... , ii a t fir ui.rfiaire .nil continued until i learn that during Mr. H.C. Warrrn'a.peech er never knows . : 1 have frequently felt saddened, Mr. near hia lettb: her huabtnd did not make which la .poken of aa "the nobleat effort of the pravl.lon. for hr that he .hould have hta life," Wallace broke completely dawn Elitor, in the reflection that we possess no and he prevented her from attending and aobbjd like a child aa the econea of the cunning artiit, skilled to catch with the eye church ly not fjrni'hlns her a way to ride night were ao vividly brought back to hia of genius, and fasten with the print of a I CI IPO Pn A I Alw.ys on band and ready J C.LIOU IfUML. yur d.lirerr. Olve me a and not giving her the necemry clcthti mind by their recital exactly, perhaps a graver the peculiar liniauients of our liviog trial. (2IT lm) T. L. SHELTON, Rowland. In .peaking of hia cruelty .lie told of an ln the v occurred. generation before that generttion shall The cpeechea of Mera J W. Alcorn. T. abrunt beneath the palsying touch of time, atance when he had one Sunday afternoon tied a rouog bull to a stake and would take P. Hill "J William Herndon are all high or yielded to the tern behets of d'iolu-tio- n. DU.I.S.UUHDETT, ' a It is with a sort of chastened eynipa time about betting the bull land reading ly complimented, but Mr. Warren'- - feem-hiv Would not let hi' boy. have fire to have been the real effort of the trial. Af thy that we take up the periodicals b ble. illuminated with illustrations of the in their room, but would make them retire l remaining out four hours Judge Mor BRODHEAD, KY. t for the jury and held it over till eoulless dr.dism of the Ktst, or the reckless without fire during the cildwt weather, j " . ol over fjftceu years, and Has had an expctlsr. He would Mick hia knife in the hor-e- Pr Monday, though one of the number .aid ruftnnism nf the godles West, while the has succeumllr Irratrd hundreJs of cases. Spechance for an agreement, best specimens of the nation, which old cial attention Itgltrn to the treatment of all cattle and even .hoot them with light Io.da there of th.fjw. Name and address ot patients V- f the lawyer who returned from Lincoln claim to have fostered, are left to of -- hot and u.ed everr other method to lor-- ! 220-0cured gtvfii mi appli' atlnn If dolred. laSjtver-o- ! evening, we leirn that the blush unseeu, and bear away with them turethem He would throw rock at hi. when they die the noblest exhibition of na children and hit them with snythlrg he J11" wai nnany iii.cnargen leaiemay, uein could get hia hand. on. After doing thia unable to agree. On the first ballot they lure's kindliest handiwork. What think you 12 guil'y and 'J of the idei.in tho absence of the painter's and he dared the family to mention it nutaide tood s for murdnr, for not ()i engraver's art, of decorating the columns of belieyed him mentally irreip,''i'h'e. hia reputa of the Lome circle, aaying that e, 10 agraed to a 21 year x already etabliahtdand that to nay the hut ballot the Interior Joch.vai. with a series of pen tion but the man for hanging and the one portraitures of our representative cltizenf' anytb.i g of hia way of doing would be but would not yield and the ends We have ample material for such a wi rk -to make the neighborhood behove thein for ac'i'liltal InrMnonetothe,.iie.tinn. of imtice were again thwarted. Xoappli a woik whici wiuld, if pnpsrlv executed, r..!,..n waa made for bail, but there will be. bring back a smile, to melt the frot- of ae, "Mr. C arpenter you .com to be pretty well Mr Warren think hnwtyer that Judge furnish n ntjble incentive to emulilirn ,lr-- .l now, w0T0tir clothi - bought prior M"ro,T ' 'uro ,,ot ,n Kranl " I( ho doBJ among the youthful, and, abive all, amine to the murder of your husband, or'. flnceV" of the next trial L very uncartain. ( the childret ! I am aware such an enter ahe replied thai all except her cloak were the date The cvsa haa taken the ilr.l atep toarda an pris might possibly be attended with but that ehe had to borrow gotten acquittal in the d!tant future. idle risk I propose, therefore, simply the cloak ahe wore. , old Mr five year to produce ornate buttruthfu' resemblances; When Wallace wai BRODHtAO., ROCKCASTLE COUhTY. and shall look to the editor and the office to C'irpenter had made him mind a gtp on a We have about a ihzen new cie of do conscienr.iously the necessary fighting freiz ng cold day and that night when he measlea all cf which are doirg well at pre lOMClTJSn, Please inaugurate A good suggestion. came tj thehou'O hi feet were ao badly ent. ekin came tff with hi hocKb it El fronted that the r, I have ieeurJ ths tervlces cf a J II. Vanhook, of McKinney, ia here and pmpoielo turn out work done up only when ihe took them off hi feet. He had To the Lincoln County Delegation. of tbe Tonsorlal Art. Mr Mia Maggie Dvi, of Crab Or in tbe highest Style on hudineae. (lEHTLKMKh" nnv.r recovered from it and euuered now i.i i A. I CSODOt ICO JOU all fcllof ahopls C'Utrallf loialtxl. n.xt door to W.ar.n'a . r...i. i IA.ln.l i in., f I am prrparrd A Menefi-tt's- . t Itx the "bangs" ' you thli card. Trot. Hanson BorHe had never offre- me aJilren from the td.ct of It. u..-.i..In h manner truly enticing. i... .i. ing,towh seem to bo looming up as the contend- of young ladies in. ladle, rnd guutlemcu of rilau-lor-Ad ,u '"" ." ..i call from both toetrikeher.buthadpu.hed her roughly and the public g.iirally '. very r.jpectfully visiting ing man lor the nomination for Superintendent Hardin, of aummer. i 211.VI when he waa beating Wallace solicited. It'll,!, Ki.ya. MfcKUHANT TAILOR, hia i"Tiher and other female friend Sun- - ol 1'ubllclMtructlon was born and reared In the and provided a a . When a V. V. He alwava vicinity of Ilsthany Co'.Iejse, day. (ieorge Prewitt, of Caaey county, ho ran a Jack plane and ground bo good table. ,. !. TV I S. Burdell'a. Marion young man He unfortunately came in contact with 1 have received wJ atlllrecelvlng Hanry Cirpinter, on of JeceaeeU, "" ' ' ... thresher. Little formerly of .! naon and his thri.uar, which got the batter of him and he mMJ ftl llni1jnA leaittfisd that hia father had promised h.m He then at the are non literally "stacked his arms." and brother of 11 when a certain lot u( cit The Women's Christian Aid boclety age of about 22, enters J Bethany Collesaand after ditie wj sold to take them to Cincinnati to will give a lunch party at Brodhead Acade- four years grsduated at the head of hu clan, Comprising tn. best Is tha market, which will be with W. U. Smith, Ci , of viait the Zoological GirJeae, but when the my on next Thursday eye. Kich lady ia viding tho honorsimmediately this ha cams after Richmond. Ky. Qotton Up in Stylo and Make Second to Dono in City or Country time came he didn't want to do it and offer required to bring a 13X containing a lunch to Kentucky and has bean n teacher in our best 10 anlece to etay at homa. They J them f Give He Trial. COMPANY fnrt.ro and a alin of naner on wnicn la schools since. Ho may not know how to manippreferred to go, however, and he took them. wrten hw Qwn name The Kenllemin ulate a convention, but although both sleetei are f.Aml.Ama at 7 o'clock II T'rf cold empty he Is a ver haady man. It would aiton. who buys the box will of course invite the Ish on. to see howj many things he can do. City, night, he walked them to Junction lady to eat supper with him. After lunch Should the dewrvlng nainos of QoodknUht and where they took the train at 1 o'clock. there will be muaic promeuading, Ac We Taylor, who married among our people and aie Thev got to Cincinnati next morning and cordially invite everybody. The Good entitled to our earnest support, be withdrawn e ex. &JnkrPb tnj'v YV vial 111 walked out most of the way to the garden Templar failed to elect officers laat Situr-da- y the iterllt g worth, ripe scholarship, 151 WA pcrlcnce and great energy coupled with the mlstor-tun- e all day and their fa'ther They stayed there eve on account of a small attendance. of Frof. Boring will, I trust, commend lilm bought them a lunch about dinner time. to jour consideration. Very Knipectlully, -- The Ohio Valley Railroad was comple-te- d J. if. MlLLKIl. They walked back to the depot at night and 232 FOVH1H AVENUE, Friday frcm Henderson to Maricn, Ky., got back to Junction City about midnight. Dr Garrett D JJucnuer, one o' tne I regular train waa u. t.i ik.m a1n AwMU m! Ht P. oVIock ' and veterdav the first Mi sub bet Known physicians an i mrceoiw of they iiarted through the now storm and run into Marion, when the $30,000 the com-th- e Lexington, died in that city Sunday morn waUed home. Tne only meal they got In acription of that town wai paid iuL of anonlexy. lit houra was the one In the garden, al- -, pany. Marry Mmaleinii iws baen apoiotedj ooou ami ihnn.hihevhadcjmplainedof hungsr at! -J- aoies li. Keiley, wholesale 2f5w,. aaiigced, liabilities Buperiniendenlo' Miriiinrri ol tbe L, iV the Junction, and the eating house were iioee, Liuisvllle, ha P.S.-FINEGO- ODS N , hi tne pl.ee of Uuben Well resigned. osrEvery sailt juaranis d tuglre satlificlh V atlllopec. They had a quaner apiece and $50,000. SU IX31t ANNUM, CAH1I. . IneJwaaMr-.Cirpenter.wifeofthedece- I bought Home candy with it, hut their father ;tUl they ouht not to .pend their moner ko foolishly. Carpenter wai mm (o mi!e a little when his mother wm ancaking of hia father's cruet way of treating hi f trail and beaata, and with that exception hi expression wad not chanced dining the trying ordeal. lie wm not put on the aland and although thn law a.ija thin Khali not he construed to hi r judice, it was by the outsider. The evidence produced hr the Common wcallh wai that the hoy inl mtde repeated threat to kill hi. father, that on the night of the killirj? ho retired and wax heard afterward, walking around in hid room, that hia homo lh.it wa. pot in the ntuhle dry at niht wan wel with aweat and . , ii I i .l mim mien uitweiiKer. came to leu null 01 father's death, that he had borrowed a hi. .hoi un from a man named VA ward a fear day before, thnt the tracks of the one who did the .hooting fit hit .hoes exactly, that the dojj which wan at Mr. llrown'a al .upper waa etandinir. by the corp'e when discovered and that the wtd fired from the gun corresponded with the paper found in the boy'a room. With the exception of Mr. Cirpenler'a testimony and that of her eon the defense produced no proof ve tlial numerous near relative were instne and that an uncle had killed hint'clf in a fit of Insanity. All the testimony waa through by noon Friday and the defenae began it. argument L I). Parker, a local attorney, led otl in a good speech. He wa folliwel by George Stone for the Cimtn inweilth, whi min- '!.,. t til.- VAfitlt.ttnn " "" '" .it..!.. il.tnn l""'"'l u" a. """miu at n.g.it judge mumy .pan lor me f. ilfuM - "utftm -- - lli.dii.nit jtiati 17a ..c " anil "-- i Mn " me mci "' ,lh" that Adam Crpenter. do; wi, een .tanu il,uihle-harrellrd J ' HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE C0UVTY. con- Peacock has returned from i)mtreet, atill a ningle mm. Djn't forget that J. Ii, Green Is buying wool largely and liberally. Send in ycur Mrs Millie Kowedied Friday 3.OUforrtnnew and UttI our jasstnif. i crop. , c'l ""' "" m '""" m. ci ..,,,, " . rd A . sumption. Whooping cough i. rsgii'g on Brush Creek in this county It is reported that nne ul Maretburg's business men will shortly Let married '1 he city newspapers are having a big run here n w on amount of the excitement over the Jennie Lijwumi t.tlitr The meailes now prevalent are said to be the moat set ere lypa of thai malady that tias been known for years Adam Citron hs bougot a number of brood uiaiei and i hunting more. I) P. Be'.hurum lo- -t a the mare last week. No prsjners have been in our j ail ince February, but it dcesn't prove there ehouldn't have bttn They are probably .sailing fur tie comp'etion of the new building. Soperintendsnt Downs up the Mr. J road Saturday. W. Nesbitt is down with the flux. Mrs, F. L. Thompson is visiting in Louisville and New Albany Drs. Brown and Davis are both sick John Proctor is able to be around again after three days' confinement on account of hi terrible fall from a 200 foot embtnkment one day last week. His face is considerably swolen yet and his eyes aie nearlv hidden Toe Rockcastle delegation to the State convention, who left f.ir the city ye'terday, was composed of the following unlerrifitd: F. L. Tnompson, M. C Williams, J. W. Brown, Dr. I 8 Burdett, C. W. Ping, C. C. William and James Maret under the charge rf M.j. John B Fish, of Bell county. Mr. J. H Brown of Lancaster, was here Sunday. Wm. Gitlifl, a brakeman. got a finger badlr mashed in making a coupling Saturday. A. W. Smith, a renowned violinist, with John P. Morton & C., was here Saturday and entertained his friends at the Newcomb Hotel at nigbt with his superb playing. J. E Vowels is out on the read selling furniture. Mr. F. M. A'nley, geneial roadmtster, has been very ill at Elizibethtown. W T. Francisco, aged is, died last Tnursday of m.asle. He was the eldest son of J uper Francisco, a prominent farmer of this county. ''Tommy" had been studying telegraphy for the last twelve months and had made a gcol op.'ritor of himself and had been working extra along the line. E 'sryme who knew him wai favorably impreeJ with bis gentlemanly manners. Hs wa a very quiet boy and hardly ever spoke except on bnsineea or Ha had been an invalid was spoken tr nearly all hi life and when he took the meale it wa evident that he would not live. Mny of the hov. nlong the road will svllv nii little 'Frisco. pa-se- Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. lusrai icnni -- ia 203-fi- XCo.,11 I'alaco Hotel Building, Cincinnati, O. 221 : rU A RK4. fit n. ntvout Hottrr Public. fe anu energetic person can- popular publications. exciuilve AYRES GIVENS, ATTORNEYS ', xoui&viiTjis:, ( icy. c NX.WC03X1S 1 m r. MRS. II. Ii. SVEGEtt OFriCEnS: VHOIOGRAPHEB, &lmplement ..... .r ,,. I JSTES'W- SPRING CLOTHING. i pro-fusel- OpULIST, 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 i ill.-eas- -t CLOTHING & SHOE TRADE , .en-tenc- , ctiu - ore, con-eid- Yint ATTJEXTION H tirst-clau , 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. BIUJCE & MeEOBESm H. C. RXJPLEY, lUr-be- .iii ti ... "" .' . I """" Je ','"'" fj&S Sr i CRXSAXS s New Goods for Spring and Summer l..i:h. life-tim- Jb,M& rt S1 rik mm WALSH, THE TAILOR, KY. LEXINGTON.KY. 1 LOUISVILLE, EXCLUSIVELY. Ssnator Harris will go into the conLONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. vention with 170 votes. Htchmond RegCircuit Court will convene here Mon- - After uilog the Hmoko Dill two tuontln writes n follows; ister. day. May 9. Auk., Jan. 17, 16S7. Ykll Thomas McCoy, saloon keeper, and Caibolic Smokk Hall Company! I hate luted your The infant son of J. T. Williams is rehis brother and two sons murdered Dr. truthfully say llili: I tiato practiced medicine ported dangerously ill with a complicaNorthupat iloverhill, 0, on ttccount of 'or thirty yean, and your Cirbollo Hmoko Hall rclloTca CaLater: tarrh, Asthma, Neuralgia, Croup and llronchltli tuoro readily his activity in behalf of local option. He tion of measles and bronchitis. than any preparation; and I will aaj further, that no It has since died. ll was waylaid and shot to death. H l or can prepare rmedy that --.III giro relief as loon1 vk L With tho first May day, the weather Railroad Meeting. all along so fickle and disagreeable, starts m tho Carbolic Smoke Hall fur thodlicasfa named In yourclr-:- "' W..M. NOK, M. D. Responding to a call of Chairman D W. out in regular spring poetry style and we Loiisvillk, l'eb, I. Vandoveer, a large crowd of representative may now look out for picnics and red ants CarbolicSmokk llALLCouPANV-dentlem- enj I have been asuflererfrom Catarrh for eight yojri; the symptoms wero a citizens met at tbe Court-Housyesterday. in earnest. about On motion of W. H. Miller, D. W. Vande Willie Wren, aged 13, died Friday fullncai Hare the bead, freiiontly followed with Neuralgic tried numerous ralna. veer was chosen chairman and Cipt. Geo, morning of inlUmmatory rheumatism He benefit. A friend Induced mo remedies without receiving any to try tno Haiti.) J, ij Fon eeveral ilaya and nights last week II. McKinncy and E. C. Walton secreta- was a son of Mrs. Polly Wren, a good, treatment haa been attended by mon titlif.ietory resiilla. I NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ries. The chairman stated the object of the Louisville was the scene of mobj and elisor-de- r boy and will bo missed among believe the Hiuokt, Hall tho only Catarrh cure, an 1 cVerfull j The wife of (hat would have brought even a backCarter Harrison, meeting to bo to take some steps neces.iry his young associates. O.ir sympathy goes recommend it to all iutlrer Irom Catarrh I am satliled If used properly II will vitiila peruunent cure. woods town into dierepnte. The avowed ob of Chicago, is dead. She was a Jewess and to secure the location of the Chesipeake A tothealltcted ones. Itopecttully, E. M. HOOK, S Ith titration A ject was to bane the fiendish brutes, Turner his second wife. Nashville railroad through the county and As if not satislisd with the ravages of Tenure. Ti The telegraph got the majority against spoke feelingly in favor of the people mak- meaelea in our town, mumps has taken a and Patlernon, charged with the murderous ofTrnnmftri' mitix.-After suffering with assault upon Mies Jennie Bowman, who prohibition in Michigan wrong. The cor ing an extra effort in this direction, Oj fairly good hold and there's no telling a great ileal ol money Cutarrh for flltexnI rears and pendlne fur rrm-Jl- f, unhnilutliwly pro.Jl IK nounce, your Carbolic Hinokj Hall tin bolt 1 bare V I fought them with the courage of a martyr rect figures are 5.S35 against it. motion the chair sppointed Christopher whero it nny end. Marshal Riley has it Is tho only remety I arena that I bjllere will cer uied, euro CaA hurricane otl the Australian coast Brown, I) B. EJmiston, K. L. Tanner, Dr. been beJriddcn with it and John T. Hatch- tarrh, and I warmly recommend It to every lullerer. when they attempted to rob the house of I.U.I.AKI) THOMPSON, Lebanon, Tenn. the family in which she was employed as n wrecked a pearl fleet of 10 vessels, and sent Ed Alcorn, James Dudderar, D. A. Ihuirb, er shuns him like contagion itself. J. B. Paxton and W. P. Walton a commitdomestic. For two nights the admirably 550 souls to the bottom of the sea, Judge R. Boyd was taken sick at Hy-de- n G. V, Willis, for shooting to deith his tee to draft the necessary resolutions managed police cucccafully resisted their and came home and was not able to The complete treatment inclu.iM a Uebellator paetaie. which should bo utd In all chronic cases as the feelings of the meeting in attend the spring term of tho Hooneville onslaughts upon the jail, but fearing their brother-in-laBud Harris, was releaeed a Constitutional Treatment, Is then necry. one fci.ioke 1111 cooHIni Wefiwii w and W doK regard to the matter. inability to longer cope with the mob, the on his examing trial at Richmond. court, but recovered far enough to leave rric82, IMdlator $1. After a short retirement they reported Saturday fcr McKee, where he will hold Alexander Mitchell, the great railroad governor upon application ordered out the militia, which eoon had that wonderful man, left all of his estate of $20,000,000 to the following: court this week. Judge John Dishman, of J'KXXYA' JlrAl,ISTKIl,AurittM. Stanford, Hu. K. W. J ON 12), Agent, CrabOrebaid, Ky., 1.. 11. (IOOCII A ."ON, persuader, the Galling gun, planted in po- his son save $50,000 to public charities. Whereas, It is represented that certain Barbourville, passed through here Sunday .Mt, VTiicburg, Ky. A big distillery at Offensboro and railroad corporations represented therein on hi way to Indiana on legnl buslne sition and a Hue formed to prevent further efforts againot the prisoners. The eight of Atherton'i Mayfield distillery at New are considering the aavnaoiuty ol an exNever before in the historr of the the gun and biyonets had a decidedly Haven have been burned in the last few tension of the Kentucky Central Riilroad town has such a scourge of measles been soothing effect upon the mob, which eoon days. so as to form a connection with the Chesa Known. Grandmamas and grandchildren Mim Bartow, a wealthy lady ol one of peake and Nashville Riilro id at or near alike are sufferers, ami in many cases have dissolved. There were numerous arrests made, several of them people, the best families of Long Island, commit- Glasgow or Scottsville, Ky , therefore be it bjen to ill as to be despaired of by friends Ii(olitl, That the people of Lincoln and oven by physicians. Haying worked but for the moft part the mob, as mob) us ted suicide Friday by jumping into Eist county in maa convention assembled most its way through tho entire town and surually are, was composed of individuals who river. While doing bis utmost to preveut a heartily favor siid enterprise. care more for the excitement and novelty of rounding country a cejMion may reason2. That those in this meeting assembled ably be hoped for. the thing than for avenging wrong. Mobs wreck on the Boston and Albany railroad, are always cowardly, however, and the James DeBIois, freight conductor, was pledge themselves to givo all the aid and Because of my silence for the past encouragement in their power to said en- week or so, out of sympsthy for a long trouble is that when they get a taste of crushed to death. g blood they spare neither the innocent nor Nelson 8mith, confined in the jail at terprise. reading public, several of my friends 3. That we hereby commend tho enter- have taken occasion to twit me upon the public pioperty, and result in bringing the Rurssllville awaiting trial on the charge of law into greater reproach than ever. The killing John B, Simmons, a storekeeper, prise and energy of Ejgene Zimmerman, discontinuance of the Interior Journal scoundrels guilty of the assault deserve the was found dead in his cell. Eq., in his efforts to forward railroad en- branch omce at this place. To these dear death that threatened them, but it now At Leavenworth, Kansas, six persons terprises and develop the resources of Ken friends I would give the assurance that neither our Interest in the Interior Jour- seemi that Patterson in able to establish an have been convicted of violating the prohi-bitio- n tucky. 4. That the president of the Chesapeake nal, the best paper in existence, nor our law and fined each $100, with 30 indisputable alibi and if the mob had hung & Nashville and the president of the Cheshim, the blood of an innocent man would days' imprisonment added. solicitude for tho advancement of our have been upon their hands. The people of Louis Seasongood, one of the wealtbi apeake tSt Ohio railroads are hereby invited town, is lagging; and to prove it we see our Louisville have much cause for a desire to est Hebrews in Cincinnati, is about to start and requested to confer with the agent of former $5 contribution and make it $10. take the law in their own hands, seeing that a bank in New York. He came to Cincin this meeting in regard to the extension Now, who will go us belter? the judgea and the juries make a hideous nati with a peddler's pack on his back. aforesaid, so far as it is in the power of LinWe counsel our Rockcastle county farce of its execution, but mob law is almost Twenty brethren to harmony. The struggle is now buildings, including two coln county to contribute thereto. 5. That the presidents of the aforesaid ended in the matter of nominations for worte than no lawand should never be coun- churches, were destroyed by fire at Kanka GIIUUER, tenanced by law abiding people, except per- kee, Illinois. Later a livery stable was fir- roads are hereby invited to visit Lincoln State offices so far as they are concerned, MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. haps in the caws of juries, which governed ed by an incendiary and burned with five county and Stanford and inquire into the and for God's sake and the sake of the paradvantages which may result to their roads ty let no bitterness be waged one against either by pecuniary or other motives, go hones. contrary to law and evidence to shield a Jamea H. Marcum was hong at Lou- and to the county from the propoxd ex- another. If, in the heat of the contest, the criminal. The hanging of a few of such isa, Ky Friday for mnrder of Fisher Mar-ca- tension, and we hereby tender to them young democracy allowed their zeal to get SEED POTATOES, would help to awaken men to a greater apa cousin, in 1886 Marcum made a the freedom of our county during such the better part of their gallantry, and the preciation of the responsibility attaching to confession, implicating a man named Ad- trait. old veterans who fought many a fierce bat ONION SETS, 6. That Hon. Thomas W. Varnon be and sarvice as a juror. The tie before these young men were able to lift of kins, who was arrested. he is hereby appointed the agent of this a few worthless judges and the stringing up an arm for democracy and good governInWetrel county, W. Va., the dead meeting BM ! to meet the aforesaid presidents, or of a number of disreputable criminal law-- 1 bodies of three negroes, brothers, named ment, (synonymous terms) wrre offended, cither of them, at Cincinnati, Ohio, at such yen would also tend to improve matters Svlveeter, were found hanging to a tree on we are sure the offenders are sorry for it time as may be appointed by them to conMy PoUMocHarcall New York r gets into the hands the roadside, each body bearing this placard: and are willing to make amends. Let the but alter a fer with them upon the subject stated in (stock and codh1h( of Karly Hose, of the law, let the law protect him and "Nigger thievery must be broken up." old veterans accept it in good faith and all these resolutions, be reconciled. We can afford no bicker mete out bis punishment also. lram robbers stopped the west bound PccrlCHH, IItiriM.uk and Hcnuty Tbe resolutions were unanimously adopt-teexpress ings aod petty differences in our legislative Stirring addresses were delivered by There was a legal neck breaking at Lou- east of on the Southern Pacific, IS miles ofllcbroiii district now. We must have a united Tacson, Arizona. Thay went thro isa, this State, Saturday and it was done in D. W. Vandeveer, Hon. T. W. Varnon, the express and mall cars, getting only brotherhood to face the common enemy. Mar-cuI have n Hplcudld --.election ol the neatest kind of a manner. "Pud" W. H, Miller, John S. Murphy and others, about $5,000. The passengers were not moStop your internal strife and give us a man convicted on circumstantial eyidence when the meeting adjourned, subject to the Caiirdeu Need, liolli In bulk and lested, to vote for for the legislature and stand tbe of waylaying and murdering his cousin, call of the chairman. The Washington gossips say that Sir rads off in your own county and we will In papcr-H- , euibnicliiK all tho paid the penalty with his life, after conLionel Sackville West, tbe English Minis elect your man or bust a bame string. DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT T. fessing that he did the cowardly deed fjr lieHt varieties ter to tbe United States, is shortly to wed Tho Centre College examination for money famished by John Adkins, who was OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. All kooiIh sold at rciiHouablo immediately arrested. The fact thai the the daughter of Senator Mitchell, of Ore- this term will close Thursday. Lancaiter. gon, and that tbe marriage will be celebra prlccH. R S. Salter sold 4 mules 10 hands high murder waB committed about sundown and Four negro liable, were born in Lancasted abroad. to Dick Gentry for the Pennsylvania marin less than an hour "Pud" was leading in Mark Hardin, late of Jl. tlello, Cletk. ter Sunday. Good granny! 3ov. Knott has called an election for ket at $1S0 per head. a prayer meeting six miles away, led many A boy named Wilmot had an arm May 25 to fill the vacancy caused by the On Friday Mrs. Mary D. Luimer to believe him innocent and the Court of broken at Bright Sunday evening. resignation of Judge Harris, of the law and qualified as administratrix on the estate of Appeals came near granting a new trial on W. T. Burdett left for his new home equity court, Louisville. Col. Sterling B. her late husbind, Samuel Larimer. this supposed alibi, but it didn't, for a wonon Toney is a candidate for the position, and lne cood wishes of manv This is a boss temperance (') town, but der, and when he saw there was no further friends follow him. so is Judge Harris. a business man who employs several assisthope, Marcum made a clean breiat of the The man Tankereley, charged with A note which said "A dead woman's ants reports "all hands drunk this morncrime. A feature of the execution scenes rape, has been discharged, no witnesses apcureea on all who have wronged me. Fa-thing." was the singing of "Dark is the Night" and wants me to die; I will do so, but if Hon. William Berkele's distillery, pearing against him. of the "Crowning Day is Coming," in which The ladies of the Presbyterian church my spirit cm come back I will haunt him which has been running since December, the condemned joined with great unction. till he dies," was left by Miss Alice Cobb, closed on Saturday. W. R. Mock's distil- are the first to announce a strawberry supAfterwards he made a speech admonishing per. It will be given some time in this who shot herself through the heart at Port, lery will close on Wednesday. all to abstain from the verjr appearance of Me. Rev. Hardin Mills, a colored preacher month. evil, gave some directions about the dispo- land, There will be a church supper at Miss During a military parade at Clinton, of the Christian church, died Thursday and sition of his email effects and stepping upon N. C , the horse of Col. William C. Jones was buried Friday by tbe Knights of Ta- Alice RouiV, near the Fork Church, next the trap door, told the sheriff he was ready. Friday evening, May G h. All are invited became unmanageable, throwing its rider. bor, a society of which he was a member. The noose was then adjusted, the limbs Col. Jones held in his hand a drawn sword On Saturday night Divid Coovert, a to attend. pinioned, the black cap drawn, the trap Rev. Reigan filled the pulpit at the and when he fell the weapon pierced thro' clerk in M. T. Mitchell's store at Burein. sprung and Marcum had attoned for his tne body of II. O. James, a marshal, and shot and killed Boiling Brown, a colored Presbyterian church Sunday. Preaching crime, His neck was broken and he died boy, aged about 18 yean. Coyvert is about at same church again next Sunday by Rsv. without the least struggle. He was the broke of at the hilt. About one year ago Henry J. Petere, 20 years old. The dispute arose over some Mac Williams. coolest man in the vast crowd and met Kev. of Hemingsburg, is still an old miser, died in Milwaukee. After small purchases made by Brown. The weadeath with the dogged indifference that ofpreaching at the Coristian church He is a his death the heirs searched the house for pon used was a Winchester rids. ten characterizes bis kind. This makes two Wm. Berry, a colored person who preacher of no ordinary ability and it will legal executions in Kentucky this year, his money, but were unable to find it. Recently a sewer under Peters' house became lives on George Btddow's farm, came to pay any one to hear him. both o.' the murderers being white menand Major James A. Burnside is out, after clogged and while seeking for the cause town this (Monday) morning and complain proves that hanging is not yet entirely playquite a severe spell of sickness. His first good work continue till the workmen found an iron chest containing ed that UaarJea Uouey bad struck him two ed out. Let the nearly $20,000 in gold, which had been heavy blows on the head with a hickory move was to have his friends pass judgDALgS H 1,000 who need it have dangle i in mid-ai- r buried by the dead man. cane at the residence of Tom Kennedy, ment as to whether he was looking very by their worthlers necks. pile or not. No verdict, Drugs, Books, Stationery and A large force of hands are at work on where a party had assembled on Saturday A largely signed petition has been sent the Lovisville Southern railroad and Although this county was very strong Fancy Articles. it is night for a dance. It seems that Cofley acfor Hon, John D. Hurts for governor, we from Louisville to the Interstate Commerce expected to complete the entire track from cused Berry of saying something to Mrs, find everybody taking the result cheerfully Physicians' prescription! accurately compounded, Commission, asking a permanent suspen- Louisville to Danville, 78 miles, by Janua-rCoffey calculated to make that lady jealous sion of the fourth clause, which relates to and falling into line for General Buckner. 1, At D.inville connection is made of her lord and master. Bill says he " bm. lL tTh ft I llr the long and short haul rates, The Board with the Cincinnati Southern, giving Lou didn't eay it. Judge Lee issued a warrant Uairard democrats are true blue and they Lexington has also sent a a like isville a short route to of Trade at are always harmonious when called upon to the principal por- for a breach of the peace against Coffiy. petition, The fact is the thing won't work tions of tbe South, independent The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, of the Lou wife of Rsv. Geo. O meet the emergency. Mrs. Birnen, and the commission, realizing this, acted isville & Nashville, or rather giving Judge George Danny and wife, of Jewelry and Silverware Louis- - Barnes, is in town, the guest of her nephew, wisely in suspending it until they could in- ville an were in town Sunday. Clay Hamadditional and important outlet. Dr. J (J Bogle. Miss Ninnie Divls, who Ever bought to this market Prlcea Ixiwar than vestigate its effects. A dispatch from Biltimore says that has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jo Fleece, ilton has taken the place of W. T. Burdett tbe Lowwt, Watchpa, Clock and Jewelry Repaired on short notice and Warranted. at George T. Burdett & Co.'s. The hand We were not aware until the Breckin- Rev. A. M. Morrison, the preacher who of Memphis, has returned. Her friends ridge --YcM of tbe 20th reached us so prompt- held a meeting last year at Williamsburg will regret to learn that her health is very some countenance of Hugh Logan is again ly on the 30th, that Mr. Cicero T. Button and ran of! after committing forgeries, bad. Mrs. Judge Breckinridge, an Invalid seen upon the streets, after a week's illness, had eevered his connection with it. He stole a horse and buggy in that city on the for several years, has been much worse fcr John M. Duncan went to Louisville Monleaves to accept a position on the Owens-bor- otb inst, and a few days ago was arrested eeveral weeks pait. She has been perfectly day night, We had the pleasure of quite a pleat-aMaicngcr and Mr. J. D. Bibbage, the in Brocton, Mass. He returned to BIti-mor- holpleis since Sunday morning and has also interview with Kir. B, M. Cook, who proprietor, has assumed the editorship, on Wednesday in charge of a detec- lost hearing and sight. Miss Mary Mc Mr. Sutton is a capital newspaper man and tive, and was put on trial the 29th. Convic- Roberts is expected home from Missouri has lately returned from Africa, where he made the Xau one of the verjr best of our tion followed and he was sentenced to 83V- - this week. Miss Mary Che.k has returned went as a Baptist missionary in 188 1. He exchanges. en years in the penitentiary, with hard la- from a visit to Louisville. Charles Vocel, was stationed at Lagas, on the western coast There are now no signs of serious dis- bor. He was formerly a Methodist minis Fred Handman's popular clerk, has gone In upper Guinea, .fie saya the natives are content or dissatisfaction in the Democratic ter and was at one time well known in New to Louisville to remain eeveral week, accepting the gospel slowly and he thinks pirty. A few democrats may go off to the England. He swindled eeveral religious John PottB, telegraph operator at Somerset, the lime is coming when the "Dark Conti-nent- " will all be under tbe benificent influprohihitionibts or to the Labor party, but concsrns in New York city last month, and spent Sunday with Danville friendti. Miss ence of Christianity. the great mass of them will remain stead came to Baltimore to escape arrest. He Tincie Boone, of Somerset i visiting her got hard up and proceeded to raise money sister, Mrs. Winfield Scott. J. M. Hnckney fast to the old party and its principles. Mies Jennie Bowman, the Louiavillo by hiring a team and making away with it. has returned from Wichita and Fort Scott, heroine, is fast improving fCovington Commonwealth. and will recover. The whisky men iu Louisville raised He was traced to Brocton, Maes , where he K.nn.. , ... ., ITn anarnliilpil ft litllp in rani In that event her would be murderers will - . .v. 1 was arrested after a desperate fight. JJ.000 to fight prohibition in Texas. estate while gone and came out wiener. save their worthies necks. Suw-SRttli- lu There is nothing new in the political situation, save that the Harris men claim that he will have 200 or more votes on the first ballot and that Buckner has not a sufMay 3, 1887 ficient Stanford, Ky., number to nomiuate him on that ballot. Be this as it may, he has enough second instructions to nominate him as soon W. P. WALTON. as any of the candidates are dropped, and it teems to us the part of wisdom for his opDEMOCRATIC TICKET. ponents to get out of the way before they are forced to, and let the old warrior go in For the Legislature, by acclamation. It is ordained that he D. PJETTUS, 11C. shall be nominated and elected and there Of Crab Orchard. is no use to kick against tho pricks, $nlcrior$0urnHl A FHYSIClAltf. ill, phyal-elanwl- W BALL Va J'J ' J. e i kind-hearte- .lfru-irt-f7-ii--- WXw J w, well-kno- wn I. R. WALTON, N. Y. GABDEW d. . Pen ny& M' li s , er PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. l'-S- nffS?ai Ljx-ingto- n, o nt e WALL PAPER, WAIL PAPER, AT- WALL PAPER, M'KOBERTS& STAGG'S wxwr suit The Richmond Jlcglitcr lays: "Mr. 8. 1). Parish, ecnior editor of the Herald, Hind Ctiiniv very A jl'Mj llnoofUolil and Ml" Florida It Million, daughter ol May 3, 1887 clienp, jttnt received nt A. A. Warren' S(juire Green II. Million, of Foztown, will Stanford, Ky "Model Grocery." bo married nt Mt. 1'leaaant Christian Do not rell your wool until you fee me church on next Tuesday." - BUBlnoBfl Manager, B. O. WALTON, will give a much or more than anyone. DEATHS. Cash A.T. Nunnelley. I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. who Mr John Young, of Highland, 12 8J r. u. rui.Ni. chicken, Hiaaller than partridge Mall train itolDg North- was struck with paralysis from his waist " ooain ' A. M and nluiosl fettherleM are held nt $3 a dcz " 1 .. Express train" 8outh.... down H months ago, died Saturday nt his '" Norh........ m 2Ua.ii by the cnpiUlisM who mIah them home, nged 09 He wan of n family of six Th.oTt) la calculate on standard tints, HoUr m li about 20 iiilnutoa laster eeanon at Crab Orchard Spring will boy and is the first to die. Four daufjh-terTin: K C. LOCAL TIME CARD. and n wife nlso survive him. A memwill be open June lGh. Jamen C. Kin resident superintendent, L. J. Frazee, Jr., ber of the Christian Church, a democrat Trains Irate Rowland ats dJ 7.15 a. m. buaineM manager and Tom Newman clerk. and a true gentleman, he was highly resReturning, airiieatCand 8 53 i m. pected by all who knew him as an honest owned and occupied man nnd a genuine christian. The boarding-houxLOCAL NOTICES. by Jtckaon D.ck, at Junction City, burned Jamei Eubanks, a pensioner of the LANPlthTllVs Harden Heed at I'enojr A fJAturday ntlernoon. Ln $1,000; insur- war of 1S12, died at his home in this counMcAllntirV ance 11,000. The Tribble home wn eared ty Sunday in the 9 i'h year of his nge, of A PULL linn of fishlnij tackle of all kinds with great difficulty. paralysis. He was tlce married nnd raisat Penny & MoAllttet'fl. ed 10 children, nearly all of whom survive beat ready uiixcd palnlH are to be I"ivo fellowft, who ought to hare btcn The had nt 1'enny A McAlister'd. working at rome honorable trade, were him. With the exception that he was Abk your urorer for the Cincinnati here Friday with n human mcii'trofity that neirly bent double, cued by rheumatism Co,' cracker and cnkei. they called a man bear and took in numer in his bac many years ago, he looked W atciikb and Jewelry repnired on ohor on dimes from the curious. much younger than he really wis nnd ennolle and warranted by Penny & McAlfa joyed good health up to his last attack. A r. Armi appointing Dr. William Hunn clever, honorable nnd upright man, he lived Standard ready mixed paints; cjualitr administrator of K' Drye, takuia hid bind his long life in thesec'.ion in which he was and durability Kiiarantiud nt Mcltiberta V. as such nnd grtntin Sipire Hugh Sear HlaRu'H. horn without reproach, nnd leavei n good A uoMri.mr. etock of jewelry, lixtwt gent n piece of new rotd, the county court name untarnished by an evil deed Ilockionl watches n upecialty. IVn itylo. amused it.elf for an hour yesterday making ny McAlitr. LAND. STOCK AND CHOf' roid orders and appointing overseers A Bold Lot. brnitpin FinJer will please lesre nt this ollice. ' week and another ia to follow "PRAISE THE L0RDI" - 1 rt Dripping Springs, Kentucky Rsy. Geo. O Barnes and family, who spent ten days at Dripping Springs last season, havo written Mr, D. G. Slaughter that they would arrive there very early in June perhaps as aoun as the I h, for the purpose of holding a protracted meeting. Mr. Slaughter has agreed to keep boarders during ilia month of June at the very low rate of f r per week. The teison opens nt these Springs June 1st and on tho Ih of June there will en grind pic nic, to which ev Write for u circular for ery is invited 137. Addre D G Slaughiei, Crab Or chard, Ky DR. S. G.HOCKER. JQHN BRIGHT, Jn. HOCKER & BRIGHT, iSi;ci:ssoKs to w. ii. iiiggix.s.) e Frank Webb has a S Bnard pup six months old, the s zj of an ordinary Jersey cow, which eatR six pounds nf raw beef per day and bread and vegetable in proporParis News. tion. Having purchased of W. Iff. Higgiim his stock of Gootl.s, lake pleasure in inform-in- g their friends and the public general ly that they will continue the General Merchandise trade at the old stand and Hatter thciusclres that by fair dealing and strict attention to IiuhIiichh Uicj will merit fair sliurw f their patron Sin IDVKRTIHOtltKlH. HOCKER & ISKIOHT. 11a-Ici- ix,aro xuiVER! The John Church Company, of Cincinnati, will l'laco Tuner In ritanfml hare a tho 15th and 30lh of May. Will IJIW Ion. Iate your orders itntvo Sat with Mils llODi lllcharili first-cla- Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati Orloana and Toxas Railway.) Now Pacific iftivt s. it. a- - i,. .. coon, Agents. Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY KKAII llOW.N. TltAINSbOUril. Dally Hally. Ex. Bun.' 7 55 a in 10 SO a in 4 personal' HuvrintKY Ha u,o t! went Wed gain Friday. Mi-Ma xy UiiiitfMAN went toCincin nati TfKtrrday, Mit and Mm KoitKiiT Kins a hid, of Lancaster, were here .Sunday. Mks Annie b'rENCKH, of Woodford, is visiting her old friends at the College. Josri'll C. Mi Cl.ARY has nccetled a position as ilo-- wi for H K Wearen . " Mki Kate Khei.in, a Hjyle county beauty, is the guest of Mrs. George 11. Hruce. Miw Anna Demwey, of Ironton, V Ohio, is yiiiting her mother, Mrs. II Powers. IT! Miw Maky Komnson, one of the prettiest girls In the county, is visiting Miss Lula McRinney, Ma 8 L 1'onEJuhaa returned from the East and is now opening the large itock he bought there. Mim Nannie Qrahlk, of Louiiville, panned through yesterday to visit Mrs. W. O. Bweeaer at LaocuUr. Mr. V II Mn.Lru, one of the Harris mantgers, went to Louisville yesterday to meet the others in consultation. Mil MliWD) ALU E AND MAHY BtXWART.oI An attempt at suicide wis mtde by youn('uarlt'y Oann at Somerset Friday night witli a rstDr. He gashed his neck enrfully, but was discovered before he acHa was recover complished 1.1s purple ing from typhoid fever And had taken the measles. Asorr JO veterans of the late war met in Odd Fellows Hall Saturday afternoon and t fleeted a preliminary organization for a Grand Army Post and will meet again at the same place next Hiturdiy to take the further neceary steps to a complete Has Clark, who has been selling whis ky unlawfully at the north end of Kings Mountain tunnel, was arrested rriday by L.b. Deputy Marshal Hughes, of Somer set, and taken to Covington for trial. Bully for that. Toe bays can monkey with tho prohibition law nnd often escape, but it won't do to fool with Uncle Sam. meat-bous- I A hunch of 25 good cOves for sale, Bruce, Stanford. 3I.1IITI.V A PEKICIX.N. I have 100 barrels of corn for sale. JoThe new firm hopa not only toauifatn the reputation of tho old, Liu Intends to make many seph Billou, Stanford . In the manufacture ot tobacco wblih Clark Ch bought of a Tenne'see pir-t- y will lie to tho jut, rwt ul ur i us omerr. Wo will doroto (portal attention to our Natural Laf brands "SShtaJof cattle for J700. of Kentucky's best lenf Thanking you for past John M. Hail sold to Speirs, of Bjvle, Lttonanil asking tor a continuation of your trade, we remain, Itesp.ctfuUy tours. a i year old gelding for S150 JIAttTIX il ri:iliiIAN. The total of the four days' horse sale at Lexington was 2SG head for $70,275, For Su.e A thoroughbred Alderney caw and heifer calf R. E. Barrow, Stan-fo- rd The annual meetlne of tho Mockholders of the M M. n.RKt.NS. UnoDiiKtD, Ky , May, 157. Alhrlght.l Mirtln W to Inform their many friend) and customers ot ' he change In firm name tn K 1 UTIN. J.-I- 1, '87. No. 8. niuii ui. ntAiNsNOK.ru No, 7. STATIONS No No 1. No I. No. 9. ' Dallr. Daily. .. . Dally. No 4. Daily. Ex Sun No. ti. Dally. Dally. JUSi pra 1125 am 7S pin II 20 p in 11 17 am SOI p in 11 41 p in 1221 am 8 II p in 12 3.1 a m 8 5'Jpui 12 3.1a m 7U5 l Ifl 12 45 1 S3 2 45 pm 25 p m 9 30p m 3 3.j a in 8 00am 10 00 p tn S 10 pm 01 p in. 8 10 p tn L'o. I I . Cincinnati V'rv neorgetown . . Nichulaivlll.. .. i..lIarrodsburg Junction.. I 1 am pm 0 10pm 12 63 am -- , ,.i . TURNPIKE ELECTION! r, 7 35am . New Orleans TurneriTllle, McKlnuej ACollej'i Mill Turnpike more, aro itma uompanjr win ne neiu at ,12 65 am .. ..Meridian ... 235 am The uoted ram Wall Street, owned by McSlnney on the 1st HaturJajr in May, 1887, at U ..Vicksburg . . 73) p m 7 30am a. M for the purponool electing a l'resliletit and 15 a m fi 45 p m Shreveport, . Stickney Si Williams, of Vermont, this UoarJ of Director for tho ensuing year. . ........ i 710 pm, T. P Junction 750 am J J Mc KINNEY, rreMent year shears a tliece of 33 lbs. 8 cz , his No 9 leaves Oakdale dailr excent Hun lar. at C 15 a. m.. Arriving at Chattanooga at 9 45. No. U sixth fleece. leaves Chattanooga at 00 r. u ., arriving at Oakdale at 7. 6 p. M. ! For Rent. Fifty four ncrec of blue Mann Boudoir Buflat Sleiplng Cars on all through trains. grassland for pasture, situated on Gilberts JOHN C. OAULT, Oen'l Manager, II COLLBIUN, Oen'l Frt.A Pass. Agt., R X. BY AN, Asit. Oen'l Frt. A Pass. Agent II. CARROLL, Oen'l Supt., The shareholders of Creek and near Gilberts Creek station. Ap RlvirTurnpik Bond theHinglnz Fork A (Ircen will ruett at Jones' W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky. W. Couipanj ply to Wm, Logan. Btore In MdClnney on tbe 1st Saturday in May, General Offices. Bt. Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 187, for the purpose of electing a President and The acreage of tobacco planted this Hoard of Directors lor the. ensuing year. J. W. OIVEN6, President. year will be about 30 per cent, lest than in i I 2 27 a in 5 50 a m 8 25 am 5 10 pm 9 62 p ro 12 30 a in .Junction City Kings Mountain ... Cbattinoo -- Danville , I .1 Somerset .Oakdale ,' Birmingham ...Meridian Eutaw ....... 42 pm 10 25 a m 6 40 a ra 3 17 pin 7 27 a m 4 25 a in 3 20 p m 7 OJ a in 4 05 a ml 2 31 p in 0 27 a in t333a in 2 18pm t5 47 a in 200 pm fS 32 a ui 2 50 a in 1 35 p m 5 20 a in' 2 43 a m 12 49 pm 11 55am 1 20 a m S 10 a m 1000pm 7 10 pm 500a m 10 35 p m 10 15a in 7 CO p m 6 20 a m 4 30 p m 3 15 a m U 00 a ni 8 00 p m C TUKNPIKE ELECTION 1 of 1SE3. in the counties of Henry, Carroll, Thieves broke into the Shelby and Trimble. John C. Hortoo, in the Preachersvilie by A e TUKNPIKE ELECTION! The stockholders of the Huitonllle A Cjfley's Mill Turnpike Koad Cotnpauy will mvt at Mt. Balem on th lit Batorday la Mst, 1887, at 1 o'clock r. m. for the purpose of electing a Presi dent and Board of Directors for tbe ensuing year iiNnErw- Crab Orchard, called into tee ui Saturday. Mist Alice ia a faithful subscriber and always comes with the cash for rsnewal. Mr. Sam C. Lackey, who was brought back to his father' last winter, nearly dead with the break bone fever, returned to Dallss, Texas, Saturday. He has entirely recoyered and was in better health then ever before Cait and Mm. Smith Irwin, Frank LtKue and wife, H. C Ktader and wife and M.F. Hulet and poor fellow he has no wife, wtnt down to Louisville to attend the Grand Union Meeting of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers nt MacauleyThe aire last night. Mil. T F SriNK, who has been train dispatcher here for n month, returned to the Iouiville cilice .Sunday. He it the youngest man in the business, but is an exceedingly crrful and capable) one. and being n thorough gentleman makes friends of all with whom he comes in contact. We wish he could remain hero. Mn F. J. Coiuian, of Springfield, Mo , was here Saturday looking in fine health nnd about 25 pounds heavier. He was in with a puty to the horse sale at Lexington, where they purchased 10 head, 2 fine trotters, for $l,'JSo and a Shetland pony for f 125. The animals are for the private use of the gentlemen and not for speculation. A riuvATE note from Morgan T. Craft, Et( , who since he sold his piper has favored us with the London news, served in his pleasing style, stys that he will leave today for a two months' trip through Missouri, Iowa and Kansas. We shall miss his yalued contributions and wish him a pleasant journey and a stfe return. A few letters while on the wing would be thoroughly appelated hy patrom nnd publisher. neighborhood, the other night and took all he had eaye two hams. Tracks of a horse ind a mule were eea near the bouse, bat they were lost by the rascals riding through a field In which tome stock ran. It Is the belief that a disreputable family in the neighborhood are the guilty parties. strange if Adam Cirpsnter was the fiend his wife's testimony makes him, that he could conceal his real character for 20 years. We have conversed with fully a hundred of his neighbors and not one of them ever had the least intimation of what is now charged against him. In fact we have heard nothing until this testimony but what tended to prove that the deceased was an honorable, high toned, christian gentleman, incapable of the brutality laid at his door. It is passing !) Ultimately. E. '. mmerman, Presi- dent of the Chesapeake & Nishville railroad, is in the city. In regard to the progress on his road he said that it was very sat isfctory. "We,"he continued, "now have a line in operation from Gallatin, Tenn , to Scoltsville, in Allen county. It will not be We lone before we will be in Louisville. now at work north o' Scottsville, and are Ohio will connect with the Chesapeake road at E'uibethtown, over which we will We will ultimately get into this city. a Cincinnati connection direct via tho have Lou Kentucky Central from Stanford." isvllle Commercial. Ten Broek, dam yearling colt Kathleen, the dam of George Kinney, was told to Dwyer Brothers at the Kennesan (Tenn.) sale for $6,500, D. R. Carpenter bought of Matter Commissioner Davison 9G acres of the Geo. Carter farm, in tbe East tad, at fib per acre at auction yesterday. J. I. Cae, of Racine, Wisconsin, values his horse, Jay Eye See, at $30,000 and Phallas HQ 000. Both were purchased or iginally at a cost of $1,000. The Pennsylvania Riilroad officers have experimented successfully with a new stove which when overturned automatically empties a reservoir of water on the fire. The contract for building the Hodgen-vil- le railroad has been awarded to J. C. Rodimer, of Gallatin, Tenn., and he will put a force of hands to work the early part of this month. R.ce iV-- Fox sold to T. E Wood Wed nesday iS flopping cattle, which w ill average l.OlK) pounds, nt J3S5 per cwt. That greatest pest of the fat mere, the has put in an appearance already, and tho indications are that it will be more troubDanville Advo-ca'- e. lesome than last season. cut-wor- FUENITUEE jAB STORE IH jNk ! u. J. Liuw, rresmeni MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. TURNPIKE ELECTION! Tbe stock bo'den ol the Stanford A MllledeTllle Turnpike Koad Cumpaay will uret at MoTor-mac- k s Meeting House on the 1st Saturday in May, 18S7, at 2 r. u. tor the purpose of electing a Presi dent ana Board ot Directors ror toe ensuing year, Ki) LAIUKlt, President. t JH JH Turnpike Election ! cerunca:. The stockholders of the Knob Lick Turnpike Hun Lompsuy win meet at tho urst rational tank in Stanford on tbe 1st Saturday in Mar, 1837. for the purposeof ceding a President and Ho aid or .Directors lor toe ensuing year. N. 11 All nereons holdtuz stock In this Com pany will please present th tr certificates either to toe rresmtntor&ccre ary us we wisn to is ue new iunu. tuwi.tii, rrea Turnpike Election ! The annual meeting ol the stockholders of the Stanlord A Hans (lap I umpire company lor tno election of a President and Board ol Directors lor the ensuing year will be held In tbe Circuit Clerk s ollice in Stanford on tbe 1st Saturday In May, '67, (t d ) J. E LYNN, Pres. at 2 o'clock p. M. Will alwayH Imye on Imiul a luruo ami select Hue or Furni-dir- e and I'litlerlukcr'n tiooiln. My nricen will be an low n Hiich KOOiJm can lie linin;Ii( in (lie citicH, Gno me a trial ami yon will be convinced that 1 cll lower than the Iowcni. Matron Mrs. Ode Huffman, of Lancaster, will be matron of Slanford Female College for the next session. The College is truly fortunate to secure the services of so efficient a lady as Mrs. II. She comes with an experience that well ndapls her for the business part of thepaeition. She is a lady of refinement, of pleasant, social manner, nnd readily makes friends of nil with whom she is thrown. She also possesses, in a rare degree the faculty of winning the LOCAL MATTERS. eiteetn and atlection of young girls, so that parents who may place their daughters unSee Nunnelley btfore you sell your der her care, may rest nssured that they wool. will be in safe, kind hands. She is a memHome (iitows German millet at llocker ber of the Christian church and is in every " A Bright'. respect tn estimable lady Fresh fruits and candies just received. 'religious. Call nnd tee '.hem. A C. Alford High Bridge Ump Meetin is the The The German Datectlve Company has first to claim a date. It will open on July changed its date here to Tuesday, May 17. 1 1th and cloe on the 25:h. The ninth annual sessioi of the Kenhas been established at A NEW Woman's MisToddville, Garrard county, with John C. tucky Conference Methodist sionary Society will be held at Carrollton Houston as postmaster. past-oflice A fine assortment of fresh, plain nnd fancy Candies just received at A, A. Warren's "Model Grocery." Mn. B. G. Alvohd, acting for the Trui tecs, has taken a census of the children within the school age 0 to 20 -- and finds that there are 225 in this school district. Tom Feurell also closed his burooin Saturday night Hod with it went the last licensed raloon in this vicinity. There is only one now left in tin county, that at Crab Orchaid BprinjB, which is licensed till July Mi. I have taken the agency for the White Star Laundry and would be glad to receive the patronage of the public, Work eent Tuesdays and returned Siturdays Terms very icnsonable. Albert Severance, at A. A. WarreiA) grocery. Juno 22. Rev. J. R. James went to Williamt-bur- g tofiih and while there was Induced to hold n meeting, tho result of which was 25 additions to the church. The meeting at Hustonvillo, conducted by Llder Joseph Billou, is progressing finely, with large audiences nnd excellent attention. It will continue for sometime. MARRIAGES. fair crowd attended court y esterday, but not much business of any kind was transacted. Ctpt. II. T. Bush reports 150 cattle on the market, all scrub, save a bunch of 25 yearlings that brought $25 per head. Prices for other cattle 3 to 3 No horses or with a number unsold. A lot of sows in! pigs mules sold, brought 12 to $15, Polled Angae A car toad of half-brewith grade shorthorns, 20 months old, were recently sold for $11,32 a head. They per weighed "3't pounds and brought $1,-1100. That is the coming stock and the sooner the fact is accepted the better it will be for the general stockman. "Off with the Farmers horns" is heard east and west. Home Journal. Calesby Woodford bought 19 Shetland ponies all brood mares, from Col. Cassius Goodloe, of Lexington, Wednesday. He paid from $120 to $200 each for them most of them nt $150. Ho will purchase a stallion and will open a Shetland stock 100 of Col. Goodloe imported farm. these ponies xeveral months ago, from Canada, where he bought from Lord Dundreary, the original Importer from the Island of 8hetlnd.-ParisNe- we. Cogar A Tabler sold 30 car loads of wheat, 15,000 bushels, at SO cents on the cars nt this pi tee. Divid Walter shipped of hogs Wednesday. They avera aged ISO to 201 and cost from 1 to 5 cents B. B, Campbell bought this week n bunch of nice cattle from ;W. W. God-dar- d at $31.25 per head. J. II. Huguely of slop hogs. He sold shipped 5car-loa150 head In Cincinnati nt $5.75 per cwt. and shipped the remainder to Pittsburg. II trrodsburg Democrat. A car-loada Turnpike Election meetlugkr the election ! WEAREN & MENEFEE, Tbe Stockholders of the Stanford A Huitonrllle Turnpike itoad Coirpany will bold tbelr annual ol a President and Board ol Dlrettora at Uallcy'a Store, TurneriTllle, on tbe Saturday tn May, 1887, at 'i o'clock r. it. 1st J. V. CASH, President. mPK er A Son, the popular and rellablo Ererett. The celebrated Clougb A Warren, and the John Church A Co ' Tht d Knabe.tbe famous Deck- on.Gt--A.rsrei- . Any one desiring an elegant and durable musical Instrument will do well to examine our prices tiefore purchasing Woare sgtnta for the n John Church A Co, and will warrant our Planoi lot eeien years, and our Organs for fire years Tbe Everett PUno and the Clough A Warren Org ti are tbe best and most reliable Our Instruments instruments manufactured. can be seen at tbe postoQice In btsnford, where Misa ltose Hlchards will state prices, etc. Persons who hare purchased these Instruments will testify to their durability and elegant tlulsh . We will hi clad to servo the public, and guarantee satisfaction. Elder W. I.. Williams, rf Hustonvillo. also represents the John Church A Co., and will bo pleased to serve bis friends COOK, Agents. 8. It . KEFERRNCES: X. Y Vf. J? V.OHKS,- - X l S i I..J Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills. Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete than' ever; before, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, Phsetcms, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Dealerin Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, John D Carpenter, Hustonvllle; J. M. Klmoro, fctan'ord. J.imes Heatley, Stanlord; J. M. Philips, Stanford; A. It. Pennr, Stanford; Mrs. l'annie Farra, Lauraster; (len W J. I.aivlram, Lancaster; Charles Sandldge, Junction City; W. M. Payne, Preachersvilie: Mrs. E M. Carpent.r. Stanford, Mrs. Meggl" Holmes, Crab Orchard; O. T. Wal133-Iy- r. lace. Lancaster. All of work guaranteed ns represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or nminilacturcr and lor as little money. Come and sec our lino assortment before it is broken. J.ll.GItEEX.AKt., Ilustoiivllle, Till'. TIIOKOIUmiiRKB WEAKEN & MENEFEE. Ky. HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL SIAIMIUIN OF ADELINE. This fine Bull will aland tbe seaons now com mencedat my itablo on the Lancaster Pike on half mile from Stanford Court Houso at S3 wl'h the prlillegool breeding the cow tin til the cow proves la calf. Money due when cow Wall Paper, W. E. Tabb, wiio is 70 and had been married fiye times, nnd Miss Katie Smith, aged 5C, were married last week nt Augusta. Filbert Richards, son of Mat Richards, of Mt. Balem, was married last Sunday to Mies Sallie, the eldest daughter of Alex News. Rigney, of Mt. Calvery.-YoaeMarriage seema to be epidemic uuuiu the Kentucky editors. Two got off las mlte is first served. Senator John D. Harris made a remarkMarquis of Adeline's sire, Herbert, his aire able race for the nomination for governor Apollo and Dam Imorted bouthern when we take into consideration all tbe of Adllene'i dam, Adeline, hei tire circumstances; and while in the heat of the Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Fisher. For further particulars as to pedlgroo see II,. canvass eome things were urged against hiun V. II. B. from a celebratvery tine that injured him, yet there was nothing edThis la a ot milkers young Bull the cow Echo, tbe Including lamlly 0 that reflected on his honor and integrity as gnatcst of her day; her owner having refused for her. will of his the a man, and he retains the good cattle havo Tbe Holsteln-rrelsla- n a as tbe best for the old as well is hlsnew made friends and ac- lead Shorthorn productsfamily, andfine cross withI a Tery animal. the quaintances. He has been tried in the fire will buy all the male calves begotten by this gocd jilcts dolvtred at weaning time. Mt. Bull at and comes out with clean hands, ir. Mihr.Kit, Jlaafjiil, Ky. 160. tt S;erling Sentinel. is 125,-00- Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Fullland Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAREJKT, Stanford. i. CL. T Stnti-SBcchlnl- nf crior Hints on Courting lournal Baled the irl. Agree with tbe gt'a Mhpr in politics and the mother in religion. If you hsve ft rival kerp your eye on him. DWl swear to the (?irl thnt you never heard vouwelf enore in your sleep Don't put toj much weetne on ptpsr. If yotnlo you will hear it read in a fter Year when jour wife haa gome especial purpose in inflicting: flp.m you the severest punishment known to a married man. Qo home at c reasion We hour in the evening. Don't wait until the girl has to throw her whole foul into a yawn that she cin't cover with both hand. A little thine like that may cue a cool-se- a at the very beginning of the game. In told weather finish saying good night in the houee. Dm't etretch it all the way 'o Ihe front gate and thus lay the foundation Jor future atbuia, bronchitis, neuralgia anil chronic catarrh to help you worry the 2irl to ilath after die has married you Don't li fclout your financial condition. It is very hi noying to a bride who ha picttir n! f hepflf a life of luxury in your d hit s lo learn too late that you n bald headed parent to ber i take you in out of the cold. Djl'i be too Tnoe little hands sha'l never do a soft stroke of work when thoy are mine and you shall have oo'hing to do in our borne but to fit all day long wnd chirp to th as if any sensible wnvuan could be Jiappy fooling away time in that sort of jtyle, and a girl has a fiae retentive memo r? for soft things anl nilly promise? of "tourtship O:cadonnlly, in a'ter years, when she 1b washing the dinner ilHhea or patching the west end of your troupers, she iH remind you of them in a cold,arctic Don't be a chump. ne ex-pui ai-- How the Saints Died The following brief history of the f.atc of the apostles may be new to those whose reading hni not been evangelical: St. Matthew is supposed to have sufiered martyrdom or was slain with a aword at the city of Ethiopia. S . Mark was dragged through the streets of Alexandria, in Ejypt, until he expired. St. Luke was hanged on an olive tree in Greece. St. John wis put in a caldron of boiling oil in Rome and eictped death. He af terward died a natural death at Ephesus, in Asula St. James the (.Teat was beheaded at Jerusalem. St. James the Len was thrown from a pinnacle or wing of the temple, and then b;aten to death with a fuller's club. St. Phillip was hanged up against a pillar at Hierapolis, a city of I'hrygla. St Butholomaw was lltyel alive by tbe command of a barbtrous king. St. Au irew wa bound to a cross, whence he preached unto the people until he ex pi red St T tomai was run through the body with a lance at Cirommdel in the Etst Bucken's Arnica Salve. ThebestSalve In the world lor Cuti. Bruises Sores, Halt Rhoum, Foier Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hindi, Chilblain, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cure 'Ilea, or nu pay roiulrod, I, ii guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or inonoy refunded. Frtc 23 cents per box. For tilt by Ponny A McAlliter. Hhat Can Be Done ? By trying again and keeping up courage msny things reemlngly linposilbls tuny be attained. Hundreds of hopeleai cases ol Kidney and Liver Complaint havo bfcn"cured by Electric Bitters, after everything elsu had boon tried In vain. So don't think there Is no euro for you, but try ; Electric Bitters. There Is no mrdlolneao safe, to pure and so perfect n Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of the Kidneys. InTaluablo In affections of Stomach vnd Llror, and orcrcoiuo all Urinary Difficulties, targe Bottles only SO cents a bottU at Penny A Mc A ft0TJt .SX 815 I)K-i- .Hfcc; THE COM1IINK1) STALLION, SECOND JEWEL. This fine, combined stixl.lon will make the n of 1887 at my stable near, Hhalby City, In Unroll! county, on the Shelby City A Knob Lick Turnplkoroad, at sea-to- MOTHER' MAKES the Season, or $20 to Insure. ( ecoml Jewel Is airrioi and rKDKisKK a Hood bar, with black mane and tail, 15 hands . Inches high, with Une stylo and action. He Is years old this sprttig, was slrcil by Cunningham's Jewel, he by tho famous old Washington S? tOk St HgK Utter. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been earned In the vicinity of Parts, Texas, by the remarkable, recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was to helpless ho could not turn In bed, or raise his head everybody said he was dying of Consumption. A trial tottlo ol Dr. Klng't New Discovery was unt him. Finding re lief, hobDight a larje tut lie and a box of Dr King's New Life Pills, and by tbo time he had taken two boxes of PJlls and two boxes ol the Discovery ho was well and had gained in tlesh thirty-Thlst powder never varies. A marvel ol purity, pounds. Trial battles ot this Ureal DIscot-er- y strength and wholpoomeneaa. 'More economical six than the ordinary klnln, anl can not bo soli) for Consumption free at Peonv A Mc.Mlstert compctiton with the mu lltudoof low teat .shora weight alum or phosphate powders. Holdonly In Km al BiMvi 1'owpKa Co, rant. 101 Wall Street Nework po WDEI iutiMLi:Y norsi:, SOHKUSH, KT., Halcorn; second dam by Wells' Cmtader, third dam by a son of Dary Crockett fourth dam a at uaiiiooiu aaiidie mare, unknown. Mr. II C. I'ar Tin's Old Minnie, dam of becn&d Jewel, was a premium animal from a colt up to an aged marc. Hcrond Jewel has been shown 31 timet and worn tlio tiki tic 31 times -- defeated only tbrw times. will also stand at the iujH stai le, tbe hne Denmark. First dam. Minnie, br MeDonalil'i MsyT i p Isg il 1 bo usi 1 ft 'fcrbooW Tj youngjaik liiunrirt Absolutely Pure. fiw montht tcfuro condncmcLt. M Tiirnj,"Bia lfr'c ii IT' ii t u(i V.ar'a, da Indie'. St. Judo was ehot to death with arrow. St. Simon Zsilot was crucified in Persia St. Matthias was first stoned and then be briler. THURSDAY, MAY 11ITII, ISS7 The leo will le Ills, k Hawk Is a toll I bltik, I yea t old, IT it a premium, had a mattress spread for th'4j who have something at stake in the Bargain. hands high, will snow ten toils ibis sim- g a ( For At lio clock si f reaih.tO per nt to be paid by a companionate inn keeper in one community, ard who will treat you fairly itiem last spring are eery fine inul.s at time of sale aod the balanie w.tbln th rty aays $l.t TO I.VSUUi: A MAKK IX I'OAL. The horse wllltlaad at af his bath rooms. Ii tbe middle of the for this resson if for no other. Too many thereafter, at the Nxrlolk Ural Mate Exchange, I ofler lor sale privately In Stanford, Ky., a very No IT Commene street Norlo.k, Mrilnia. to the I'srllng with or uortng wire out ol th by loud men receive an accommodation in porch rrMdeme with soren roim and .light the house was alarmed 8IO lo JiiHtireu Colt 10Iiijn old the way dcslrablo water at the doir stable, smoke nou e, hlKhist bidder at public auction all that certain reudsrs money due. Well of IKACTOl LAND conveyed by the Will also stand hrieks proceedi-!- : from the nuptial cbam of credit and then pursuaie themselves Ac. About au acre of ground In th lot. Kor situated In Harlan county, In the -- tatesaid dtd, KenThe Jai kt at f)s to Inmur toltn months of 11. 1. .1 . I'll It D, ol I Mare traded "lib or luot.d ctt luskes luoney tucky, on the Poor, Eo k ol the Cumberland Pdver. Ur, What was the matlei' Well, thi j into a belief that the creditor is an oppress terms, Ac , apply to Allord. il .e.ths i oils sund good twelve 103Agnt for J.U. longttule latitude 87 dcKn-esleree, and MY 1'IXK JACK, tUDl.UOV, tuniitbt lor eau The young bride wishitjj u rinis for a ser- or because he wants his dues. A credit is deed as beginning 'Wlnboundnl and described In tald I. It UAItMUl. at three imapte, black osk aud tbestnuti trefs At (ill) on the same conditions as atare. He has the sup. not necessarily a gift, ai some people seem vant, had caught hold of what HlK rrosen baring a superior north side Feed, standing on a spur on lha thence north of the io!es producedhlmscllto lh lst mules brevier, and adand pulled it to think, but is a'wiys an accommodation some ol 1.2o In this josed to be the lllaik MouutalnrunnInic Jennet 'aik to a stake, thence north 0 deg , cast l.Oilt lW to joining eounllea and Is also a smartly. Unhappily for her acdherspome and should be so regarded. People in the astake, toutn 1,600 poles to a stake, theme south lleis namii aign. narir mack, witn meair ! fOdfi? . west 1,U"2I poles lo two sugar trees, theme points and general male up 1st c ass over habit of running an account with the mer it was the cord of the saower-ba'.Will north 230 poles to tbe place ol beginning, contain-te- n E. H. I'OWELI,, tulle make the I resent sittrtri at my stsble no -thousand acres of land, and hellered to be full their heads, and forthwith down plunged chant until their credit is stretched to its llavlo; rented the stable an LVpt sireet, I am of coal ol J1, mile from Hiiitmi'llle. on the Hustonti le title irum .SlanUd o the Unlord aud HuiUc Ihe most aali.ble.uality. and easily Turnpike prepared to train and hra. !m' ou reasonable mjch a deluge of cold water, a would higheit ten'ioi, and when they do get mon to mining Ell, County Court dsy irt le tollrlted JO.V .V Tll'li irusnx A Lltrty Turnpike iod, L'oculn uiihly, Ky terms. At $10 to IiMtirc u JMiltig Coll. n. c.t m'Exrr.tt. Jbrow a damper upon the mast devoted ey go some place else in trade, should think 231d Leigh Eros. A Phelpt Aml.oneers ?0$.6m. ftanloid. Ky husband, in of these things. fconey making couples. Her Hels I years old. Ii. bands high, a betutllul mi hogony bay, with tins mtne and tail an a perlec Jismay, cau&ht frantically at another cord model and a natural asddlt horns - A.T'U.VolIN We often hear that prohibition is a fxil Ko.S'll Stanlard I nderltulfeire-- by Hubble's Uenmaik, kuown at do Time on his side of the extemporized couch, but will stand l irstdam, Motile Mounts, by CabtHe't ure in Kanea-- . The governor of that State Islington Jhe only response was an equally liberal del ond dam I y ioung America he by Taylor a I am dally o;eninj an i Want line of Fall Mllhn-tMessenger third dam t.y Miller s Heamark whicl nearly boiling hot. is certainly no prohibition "crank," and .ge of water, this time Ii" u luij an gites bun a double ctosiol tbe Ntt saddle stock My fine stallion, Welch, will wake the season of this is his official declaration last month: .... . in th wi.tl.l F.. .1... i. T.l. 1547 at hit plaee, known as the John Lloyd The unhappy pair then Bcreamed in uni , Two miles fro,4 Un.as'er, on the Stanford plki at t.M horof m.d.'y t'fih .,. by U atr "A great reform haa certainly been ac- The Latest Novelties of the Season. Thuruiania'rm.l'.mtle A from .Shelby Lily nd aud Danville sun. When the servant came they found Dinrill tatweea the !Mamord complished in Kaneai. Intemperance is Wll also stand at the mu plae uy uar Alto Notions, surh as Ittndkerchleft Collars A HunoOTllle Turnpikes at TWENTY DOLLARS THE 8EAS0N 't . tbe floor of the room flooded with water, on and Curb, Uuchliu, Corsts, Buttles, etc steadily and surely decreasing. In thou Hml-lperched like a monkey on will find me t the rooms lately vacated by aad the wife was $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT With privilege of return In 1S or t"0 Imuran e STEVJE anda of homes where want and wre'ehed A Warren, next il'r to the Myera House. "sr husband' back, uttering the moat KATE OUODKItAlt. Money due when call Is fjaled or i .ire part- - Arthur Sims Is by den Knot 110 y he by er- - At H to to ItiMiiri-'i- i I.ixiitu tolt Mon and suffering were or cj familiar guest', Ills dim was 11 Arthur, by vjdjeal weaning time or wheu mtre Is ptrtc' mont Hero Ai cries, while her good man was n8i lwth. la 16 hahds high anJ was tired br Itourlxm Chtel. by Mambrlno Ihlef, by Mtrairino with He Is a brown jsek wild white Minn. Welch best plenty, happines? and contentment now Jumbling about in the dark tryirg hu William Welch, dam Osy. by Krank Wolford, l'iTinsster.Ao. Arthur Sims Is a bar. V' bin.li. rearsokl In Jon full I .hands high. He was sir abide. Thousands of wives and children tire of Cookoo, record 2 f. hecond dam by Joe smail bUze, right hind loot while, foaled in Hi!. r.i i.y Ainu a King William an.1 be by King l'ht! to fiad the door. Moner, 3d dam by a dray Kagle horse. He has He Is a handsomely finished cult and bred to star lip nrst.ltw Hlack satin Jennet, sliela tlrol le are better clothed and fed than they were King rhllllp s oud dam by Murecaslle ad be by overal eolu that are of fine, gooj site and style He has been handled a little and promises well Creature Coming Beautiful This jack has proted blmsell to be a He breeds large aud It a sure foal getter, and Is He combine tbe strains of the haodsome lllsck Jlra I'orler when the saloons absorbed all tbe eam'nge . .. Mil.. ,. A Isdr ran Irlre him In Hawk and stout Mambrlno Chtel famltlr. anl Is a of kind disposition, h..." coiu last axason a nil "irrrr The Q teen of the 8indwich Iilands will of the husbands and fathers The marvelHe was nerer handled a day for speol desirable stock horse, and on his sire's side traces weantng t me brought one numlrwl do lars. safety ou His dtrut twice to Imp Messenger and twb-but shows good trotting action J, V, A' J. It. h'A Itlord.IS, It joon be in town. Kapiolaut is an ous material growth of the State during the K tin sue. Kr than past six years has been accompanied by an Mtretkeptln auy manner desired, at ownei s little tn iden, far more tender At the sam place and nn the same terms risk. T. A. KIM IX, would have us believe. She dres- - equally marvelous moral progress, and it or title I will alio ttand my .lark WILLIAM 1.1 LK. at Lancaster Ky and Al. Ita I a .l.Tpar.llM. Llick. 14'. bands hi til or a in Worth costumes, and haa an income of can be fairly and truthfully asserted that in Lyle's Imported Jaia, anl out hais!redby (Jen. Knot. 119. Standard ( nder Ilule i tbe sire ijut $1,500,000 The blood of the Ksme no portion of the civilized world can a milgood Jennet ot lrlhur films, wn.bre.llir Daniel Heustts llrl U1 Hi stilllot uke the mi ot jsi'i rort, Vl .and was foaled In IsM He was by ermeul and Ktlaksun-- , old lion and a half of peop'e be found who are GEO lit! Ell ICU.iO.I.V. namebas, Lunalilos , ui' firru, miles from bt.trfoiJ ne Hero, III, 1st dam by Searcher, son of Hsrney HenBindnich families, couree in hf. vein more temperate than the people of Kansis " ry, Zud Hunsden Mare by lilts s Sir Charles, son of ford and Dintllle pike TUT K.N( Y SADIH.F bTAI.L: N, Iiuroc. !lcord2 11', public trial at In years ..Id She speaks English with a slight tongue -- F.jyal Templar. 2.21. AT $15 TO IMIIKi: .1 COLT. Among tho get of Oen. Knox with records in itandwich impediment, and is about 32 2 30or letter, are thef..olog I.sdy Maud 1 li' , A traveler in Kanias while crosiint the I'HCKU'TION AND PIDK Itii Verinor yoara old. She has never been out of her ! ! Cjnnors2.lv1. Independences 21', (Illicit Knox Hamb eloulau lr abltck burse fotlr In--lt)2 six prairie the other day came upon a party of Mi'or leen hands high, two white fe- -t behind slre-'-l b 2.26',, Kiapvror Kuox 2.27V Knox 2 2t kingdom before, is very impressionable and 2 23, Knox hoy 2 731,. l'ettful 2 A, Harry William Webb, by Itysdsk's llambl.lonlan, Is men who seemed to be preparing the land Kill dam Katie llrlmes, l.y tilfl't Jnyes Hnyler's enndy I a rich riahngony bry er 2.30, Mewenger Knox 2 30 Ills eons, Col. Will-laermont, 2nd dani foaldid May I I"' worth, Cou")ii, Cromwell Kelt Ire, l.mprror for ajricultunl p'jrpoee; n, iy neiiu a lorxsutie, I y lull 1 mat a 1VW hands nigh, heavy lusno and late Is 'trlctly since the visit of tbe Prince of Walei no (.en Knox Jr (ien. Light loot, Ullbreth sh're ird ilam Little Liily, ,y Wagner bv ur a ustural an easaut flnean fancy, lstioth ' said the traveler. addres. "My nariri, ny oir .iicut, sin nam l.iully pn anmarried person of such social importance brtcls fancy, and a morn untlorm breo.lcr of Knox, Jules Jurgenssu, Kuox lloy, Lon Murnt iImp Utlatban.Sthdam by I'arkolel, i.ih tlaui br style I'hll ttherlJan, St Klino, Wbalelonc Knox, ant uddlers can not be found He Is high-tain ors of the cieo, "you are laying id with (ireendiltor 7tndii.i by Marylaud I'h.nlx. stb has come to Njw York B.it the British to the third generation, is locked Woodlord Knox hare sired Ihe following on both sides records vour corn rowa a distance apart " upbyth nuigh.l re lson t.jiu sides, making him 2 22',, of2 30 orV belter Iron Age 2 IV1., Capltoia Jarubr Hannibal dtm lr Hllkr hi H....I V . 2 institution forbade Albert Elward to Walton J 1 nitlj, HiH'e.l In Brine HooHol I twgeS rerr native anl sprightly In gait. Inl firm and thanes itrank 1'anny2i.', Nellie Wallae 2 J' 'Corn rowr ' the man gasped ji :.'Jl .t', Vertuuit Ham) leloulau ehlmlnan big horso w'li i isa nlsh a perlect model. He u slre.i y the i.oble I)thalr2 i il jaarry an American girl. No such imMaud Muller ite'l. Kitty Moiris hoestyln ard gijai lione, aod sure brelr! ilrc-2'j',, Bump'er Dennnrk, hi by (.oldard's Uenmtrk, 2 0. Chub 2 27, John P. Heald iV, "Yss, iho;e rows over there." f (.tllireth l.y William W..'ih, tne sire ol i'nnce pediment hampers the heart throb of he by (.allies A ( romwell s IVnuurL h" bj the MalJ Imrrla. Hamlt'u Mm .'J 2271,. elhadiw 2 .':., JrrrmUh ..2D' "My stars stranger!" exclaimed the Kin-s- a IW.Ie 1 i in lr t In 2 0oi h rse DemuarL ho by imported Hedgefof I raie Xapiolau'; she is fancy free and can wed Copeland 2 4', lllark Hess 2.10 Arthur 1 .' etler WlllUin IVeiiM was sired l.f Hit 1st dam was sired by bir Wallsie, hi. by mn, "is it nwible you ain't heard of cer, 2 22'. 'Ac .'11. II. tublelnulaii. private r.cord .a Isi daw Itysdyk Wallace, hebr lr Albert ithorouih- - Nina, picer, 2 il1;, Ho mty, xhom flhe will. the dan ..! Kvden's I'rlnce 2 2" aii'i by Imp Iruilx wn. i reil Virgtnliis dam I Mrginlni' second dam I The Queen is accompanied by a lynx- (olto ) aod re oi tweut) inllee Imiier, Tn s. I r Trail' y thorigh !irci i tne lele'raleJ lie "HiMrd of wha ?" te 2 lam by a k.loI M i.ul.nuo, by lui. n p t dam: a Whip n.ire Max i i. ared old duenna, the Princess Liholaui but Lr. ..lilnHt I.Idl . .......1 b.i. m .l. ... . 'Of the baoui. Min alive, them ain't Will mak" Ihe soasun ui )"t: at n.y firm, TJ MESSENGER BREEZE ! ' dyk HaiuMetaiiltu. tue iiiioJmI sire linr . ... la'ioii, i ilei from tiuttuiiiiiie. near i j.it'.ter j till, as the Q en ctlls her f r short, Is not corn rowi o7er tha : they air nireet-- a d i.lll s tirnioiit iombn d, In, ked l.y HioroiikU-bred- , .Dl wi I per ii ttc-- tn s.nc marts i' ibove a little humbugging herself, h erces. thlshetel-inl.I nuke a flu to t boron Ityadrk s Har citv. You a!r now on the bli Ionian, by AMallah, son of Mambrlno dim iKa en I Sl the Ncimon or 12.50 lo lively f )ii of Bjnedictine, and, if proper c trn-- r Full brother to Maul Met.tnger 2b', by Mes- Iran Het.i.uiid.r,8 dt n ' r Bishop , Haml.'eton.-ai-br o' , and Kcuporium I Miirca liiviiiKCoil. 8 dam by Imp .M.tsengr. r treated, would be sure to loos the other senger Chief, tire ot Maud Masobgr, t li',. i.e e'.i., ii.'ujt in the checV of a corn row, a lrrnPOVl'pcj i. Ill's Vermont by ! nlng y care nd breedla, ill Vermont slrn o' TTnrrlTroro ftlocc.-- ! ,em scomiultte.1 loattention tiled nil of l.u Ignis 2 Ii. lit dam by Colii'nbui a? while Young America got in hi Sne you m:ut suppise." ilalUWUILj Uldcb Utr my pursonal ' rats lumishfit at i jf, Marvel i ti. reitonaneriua, 10 pit i i ' oeiore "ie reiuoTi-olma- 'i 1st dam t.enlle llretxe, sire ut I'mrl 2 m, also (Karkiey'si ion byol (olurubut, sire ol Contldcnie X. Y. Star. Q teen. vork ou Ihe 2 2 2nd dam lUrira d slie of the ,lams oi N i repontillty fur acciJet.ls or ware, Queensware, Etc, The secret of being always entertaiuing lMrtlng with mares fjrtelts the Insursnce, of thodam oi Maml Mesteiuer j:Ii.:( Miil.l'eil Me- Nellie iiay i 21,3.1 dam by Matilile, sire of f( Umax 2 31, I. Ill s ermont Is the slie. rbij-SaiiArslale Building, nfceMity of the genuine beggar in couTeraaticc is no simple ttat it is asJ. STEELE CARPENTER. dio in i Bonner Jfc.y 2 23, Black Maria 2 2fi" Jjidy Oak 2. v., and Logsn 2.tn m tying a'c sire of the earns oi It la most astoninhirje what plain, tonishing so tew people know it. The ruin l Bertie 2nd dam K'lttyKlteis, tbo d.iui ST.. .... me Mng i i;i t Nellie I, lil. "in i liej iome people is always to talk about the personal interniple, ii rccorlufJJ mliutes, t.Tcar-orecord ii. i.uiiu.wi.vn nari .' .w, 2iwi.ir l)arls2Ken' Bratrire2 3l,4 lady I'atchen hik) I.,1, ill teli, 5 know one man who ha) aain--iatc- ed est of thi one you are talking with. He "tkJ:"nt.emau2 IIV and i.i'.bj Alexander's AUlillah, sire ol (.odsaiith dsm of lnl Thompson 2 lo' , tiro ol tbe ifcouJ He will fave you the trouble of aaying much, Prompt paying customers are reone persistent lie or year Brsdrk'a Hamnlrlonlin. l. AI. l.ll.K .... . Biv Stallion foalded In si, 1G hands high, Is Maid. spectfully invited to come to ays his child i dead and he wants and will leave you finally with a remarkaalter l.i.. st d m by Chat Kent maro by Imp by Messenger Chief, 1st dam by Vermont Jr., 1 3rd dam by Bed Jacktt, sire of the dm Itellluunder; 2nd diiu One Ere.br Bishop Htm see us early and often, dam by Imp. .Scythian, 3 dam by Bonner t dray sujxey to bury It. He ha time and attain bly good opinion of your powers aa an en Metonisn,.lrddim ollierUII by Imp. Mrsienger Kentucky WlUcs hjgle,4 dam by Onjtott'a Telrg-aoItys.yk'a Hamblelonlsii Is the sire ol Nettle i t in it and yet he keep it up, tertainer. -- Journal of KJucalion, ills sire Messenger Cilef, i In 2 9 list, by Ab Maud Mesenger, lull sitter loMo.sonjer llreeie, andji; others with records ol 2 30 or better! alsoo' dallah I'llot, dam by Mambrino Messenger, J dam ind he. haa been known to come to the ante the damaol Trinket 2.1 aud ..)olhcrs with rec by Mambrlno Chief, 3 dam by Imp Napoleon; 4 had a record when I yean of 2.2. at S years .Mr Tbey tell in Budtlo of a faithful work ords of 2.30or better dam by Tempest; Messenger Chief sired Maud jrtnm three or four time4 with the ume man engaged in extra dangerous work, who Vtruionl(Downlin's) by HlU'a Black H.wk Messonger2.lt.1 4; Marrcl 2.s Ous2.23 und many atC years 2.20 and at 7 yean old won the f . 000 sire of h ban Allen 2 2JJ,. Vermont fact is people are generous to The others destined to win lamo on tbe lutl. 2 injure! his hind very eeverely. Aa the IT', Is t Ire of tlwdimi ol Lulgma 2 So, ami.Dowulng's) also sire of by Alexander a Ahdallah' dam purie at Clevoland, Ohio, In AMallab I'llot, wggara. They will crush any man who is surgeon was attending to him 't Blandlna, by Mambrlno Chief, tKond dam the ttfi.e year. 1831, Kept, fith, the lat the crack uicuuui in .iiamuriuonriice, tnetire or Belle wll- the foreman dam, 2.21'' ) by I'arker'" Brown I'llot. rafoxtunate and out ol luck. They will rushed in and said: "Sam, what time was Hlll't Hlack i'llot aired I'Ickard 2.1s' Ite.1 Jim 3 year-ol- d lied Wilkes l'hll Thompson a match raca lorS, afitttrottlng Hawk, by .ihtimau Morgsn. Dam mare, lllll'i Ilia k Hawk 1. thi tat help the man wham nature hM cursed it when you got hurl?' "About 4 o'clock. reco'd 2.23; Me!nger Chief sired Maud Mes- - 000, ln2 Mr. Crlt Davit will ,,e''"o''raloga Uncel 2.271,, ..f '2.25 J, and oung'2.11),merle a 2 id and Ethin seiiger.'.n.',! inadaptability to the rwponsiblli' with an Allen A it sire Alexander's A Wallah, by Kysdylc't Hamble-nla- tend her again thlt year through the gund by do you wk?" ''So I may know what of the itt.ui- - of Blanche 2.Kl Oen Tweed 2 W dam Katie Darling. Alexander's Abdal- ilea of life, but who keeps up a const n to dock you " tayabeexpeititolower her recorl to J In renneasee 2 27, and also tne rhunde rol th grea 2 21 j; lah tlnd Uoldtmlth Maid 2.lt, Itosallnd Black Hawk lamlly, iroggle. They will oflsr charity to the Thorndtle 2.2'2,; Major EC all 2.2); tit. Klmore or 2.12. Messenger llreeie Is as promising fat she and female lino .0 thlt has In the male and of 2 10 or better represent- A fashion note saye: "Gentleinen'is col 2.(0. He also sired Almoul, Belmont, Ilelsora, make it charity, but to the begand Suelby Chief, together with the dams of Jerome was at tbe sanio ago. I art are much higher thi-- aprin z " Columbus (lUrkley'i). brOld (i)luinbut, tiro o If they Kddy 2.10'.,. Katie Mlddleton 2 2J, BUI Tnundtr gar who comes boldly up with a lie on hi Uam.a Metsenger Mar,. 'l.V, etc. Chief, Jr . will mike tne present n Messenger Breeze Is a lcaiitllut red bay, IG hind. Confidence 2 24. B.ti', cnnrerted pacer, brought uiu iviuinuue. tongue they'll give with a smile and a are much higher ome of it will have lo Messenger . . muscular and strong, fr nrn rjM.ila UI..aII...i, I.... nn. high, go without at my place V. i.illet from Hustonrllleon the .Narlgalor'2 31, ltosairon.12 30',, and 'ugh BradfotdSTllle pike, et of a speedy conformation and there does not exist lunibm 2 ouu Co. 3.V,, aud alto tire of tbe There were ll 300 pensions inued dura liner specimen ol the Critical Husband -"- This beef isnt't St to n.ele..2 Vl n nn .B?:i7;'ita. Lolliml.lil I. IK. .!. ..t I.'full' $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT on Kentti ky soil VI I lOUniT ing April. trotting bred bone and coming as ho does from a ?rrili.r.,Iffo"."e.r.',uJ heb" -"- Well, I told the bulcher that tM." Wif i " h.t base Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted , better re'loimera Old or Liquor Hablt.ean bo Cared by J it wasn't good I would aend you ri&ht with, Maiei will be p.ittured at 12 per month, producing family, Lis slrr, hit damjaud hit gra- - I. family, which out I will not e responsible tor aiiments admiaU'.ering Or. Haines' Golden Specific. dam all being producortof spied, bo It Just Hie liloxl wat to the I ast what she I'llot. Jr. bloot around to his ahop to give him a threshing, 31 ax. ic, it was to Kentucky. TIIOS. V, IIOUIXHOX, It can be given In a cup of coffee or tea with Hmtonvtlle. kind ola horse to make a lasting impression cu will take aome oc with ted I hope you btanford, Ky wit the knowledge ot the person taking It, ef. hit progeny, My btalllur , he looked pretty ugly and I did feetlng a ipeedy and permanent ctire, whether onrfor ws f r rii lMy rerommen 1 moderate iimol; Ki like the way he handled his big knife," Ihe patient It aThousand drinker or an alco- THS PORTMAK HOUSE SAHBER SHOP: FOAL. $30 TO INSL'ltB A JIAIIK I holic wreck. of drunkards liao I (.lee., ATI TO IIAVS.,, annowntaust.rinMioiihrt Husband "O'j, well, I've seen worse meat been made temperate men who Uae taken the B., lu.o ibll coin 1r. JfJWOurali4 Will nuke the preieit M.in ' 31. SMITH Money due when the stiff, in t In every bid it attertaliid, or mara Jskj "uiiSirliuri. (iolden SpeclQo lu their cotleo without their n HA lftJtVl.VM.2iiillatroiu -- l.iul.id on the town thia." niigiitnsiilifi.tun ii. knowledge, and y lelle o they quit drinkcorner ct Pike at 8IO to lllnliri' (I llfillU parted with or bred lo another burst Wnl mike JKSSK .1. 1 ll()'ll'0.f, I'IH)l"lt. ing of their own free w III. No harmful effect Alf.lt A I.t.k, same inn lliiuns asabre. tie isanneiom- a colt, risiCltslLlCt fthinglea are now made ol compressed style aud ai. he irairn ol 1837 ou the (arm of result I from ita administration. Cures guaran-fi-e- d ituj.Mi. n, r. Woikdonelu the I. t bijle, with neatness blntd bortc, to hands high of gcClnolnnatl.MMfali fir 1'iri'iit.ir mid full particulars. and illspaHh. I.ilie ... , Ml.ir.n'. work , tioU and has proTen lllliue'H srl. udld bre d pulp. Bad boys say tney itlng just as HOIIEItT.UcA 1. 1ST Ell, ,J. H Htl'till3IAX Set t.y r.MgiUti. idiivt v (ini.i.KN hrKUU'lcL'O. .ddrM" 'od-'one Atom I ii)lt ft. m -- 'a Mr! as the old fisMcni J tut Mivllile, Ky. vitcJ wi:j. a., fli.e 4I.U0. Ohio. Thlt Hotel It new In every raspact and It t tied Is by l'rlrss-i- ' In 2 oini ) by Membrino thief by Mcinbrlnn up in excellent ttyle. The table Itoall always t. 1 SO. His sonsl'ayiuuter.dsm thedam ot (loliali aud nippllol with the dellrti lei ol trie tason and the dams of 18 In slntlSj .'.' st his daughters are the Home Trade. I rooms clean and comfortable. Itatesll.0 pr day. Krlctton is tbe 1 brother to rlc, recor ! 2 la' , half Always trade at home if you possibly at a four year old and tld lo ltlvrt IWumr m Wi.luiake the oil- - ai my 'al. n on li, can. Strangers will come along and oiler that agelorllo.UdO pike leading l ienn an for I to int. Outlaid TRUSTEE'S SALE rum .HI 1st ilsm by IMor by old I'llot, sire ol I'llol, Jr , miles from tne latter plac LONDON, Kx. you something that looks like a bargain, (12lni 3)llst) I'llol site I llio dams of Jay lye lMgium was bruugnt Nutwoml 2 1"4 and 21 oM an I It now r,. He It lr.w OliM at re, 2 IV,m Matid H .' O'ten, if you patron'za them, you are swin RILEY, Fropriotor. ", V.ri .a a Ut II; list .MeiuuriMii niei lu tne limn VAIaLMltlaK COAIi LAMKS ! 2 lb' i Woudiuid .Mpuil'tllio siren ijiuyHrlgnoll dapple gray, hSTy u.soe aud, tall. f g.. tiTl died Besides you pay the cash. If you 2 21' ind action, and htt irum bu.-oa g Itcfur-Min- i TlKiroiiRlily lU'iiuanlril mill 2:K;. Htk'a Mambrlno Chief J.WSi ''T Henry want credit you go to your home merchant. been IN HARLANCOUNTY. ilejibrino I'llot JMIIIsm Janes, '.,ulre A K kept lor slilliiru 1T), Membrino Hiar Karo lliroiiuliout. riril-rlnMeKltmey, wf Couple. Misadventure or a Bridal When you have cash you should patronize mill roimniinlile irli'i'. liny unit iilnlit t. Ily Tirtue cd a drcd of trust exec ti'l U me i 27, North etarIs n solid blick, la l'.nr.fon, Jr , !' hands high s hase his tolls, are referred jfart (.W. Ut' k, wit;, Cu.tl The lack, Mogul ,i the A newly married pair, who arrived on him for the accommodations he has extnliiHiiro met liy pollti- - 1'orliTMof IliN as trustee by trlng doulard 11 J i Oil l and Mlnlnc and weighs I,'."v0 lbs. lie is a1 horse tnat wkile nose, oil a'roi be a Mi lU.n j( k I di.n 'une, Itte the (Vnipanv, I lilmvlf eteii If he ha idiree. iOT.'iiu. koew the slwk, but know he Is a s?un. lanix isck toeir honeymoon trip at a celebrated Scotch tended you when you needed it. By h I will sell on lioiiiilnr House. noMcuIni: tho bloml th.U lie dues shouhl luske htm HlsdtiH was lllacl HtKk.bels ,uitk an.1 a gi( vatcring place when accommodation' wetv one of the grandest stalllobs lu Kentucky. home merchants you deal with headed. St. Bunaluewa storied to death by the Jews at Salami St. Paul was beheaded at Home by Ihe tyrant Nero. Atlanta Constitution When 1 tli r wm Mek we gxve brr CastorU, When alio tt.i a Child she cried for Cistorfa V nen she became itU she clnnj to CasturU When sho had Children he jaie them Castoria t $S to Insure a I. Iff Colt. He is blaik, 14 I hihh ii iisi live hUh He was slrrd v Caldwell's Young lllsck Hawk, he by Velounrdi be by llotiertfun's Hampson, he by Imp Mam moth ll.uk Ills. dam was by Migill Meond dam "was ralseil br Maxwell and n an Imparted Jack Money due when the tolt l toalid nr inure wrud with Lien retained ou all colts till seanon harges are paid. I'mturagu will be furnlshrd at reaonabte rates, l'artlug with mares loifrlli the Insurance 1 BLACK HAWK, '. JH II- - K'OX., . - - - Idy, lljl Tho Photographer, . T.S.tMUIK.'i:, fhelliy my, K Janvillo, II. II. IIIIlXKIiKY, l'KOlMUKTUlt. ERICSSON, JR., 1 1 Frames Mntlo to Ordor. BELG-IUM- , A.MiiiJACKs, JACKSON HOUSE, F.B. ''4, two-ypa- rt lf W J1,, deal-in'wit- l'S rtiuiu-intndI- -i Sale at a - 1 neigh-tMlbu- -- bell-rop- e, Livery, Training, i SALE STABLE !', gl SILVER KINGr 1 jonx -t 5IIIHIX3CKY. o. WELCH. ARTHUR SIMS, ,e ... ej WAIsKER. !Ci-2- ' olive-colore- d Vermont Hambletonian. . i . o-- - Wallace 1 Denmark 1 ll 1 -- sal-dl- 1 1 , . it. 1 ITERS " i v DAVIS Mi-h- a 1 Com-U'rcl- In. i m i- ewily-discovere- d MAIN STANFORD. MESSENGER CHIEF, 1 h. JR "" al-ra- i iNuj-caujh- 1 tl'.osa-llnd- n. 1 wa-io- well-bre- well-kni- t, y finmk-a&sju- 1 j. run JO ABDALLAH, -l I pa-tt- S-- J I jus-iriil- .wau:. 1 I r X.