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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887051001 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. 1.S Semi VOL. XVI. rUllANNOM.OAHlI. & ill The Ifitmut by ,PTHUr STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1887. Platform Adopted the State th Convert 7 lii NO. 227. eral merchandise at hits family grocery rity and conscientious devotion to duty, of stand President Grover Clevehnd, and congratu VubllHhca Tuemttwmiiut FrMau F L riioaipion, while m the Slate -- AT late the country and the party upon the ac convention, purchased a big stock of everycession of a democratic administration na thing in the merchandise line and will sell t.!J tional, economic an I clwin; and we particu- at prires that will nurpri"'! the native'. 2'. exlarly appltul iIih President for the li Inlity understood If we credit tli.UJ2.50 will be F.ir the first limn in our recollection pected .nil demanded. and courage with which lie has protected the IntkiuouJol'HSaI. failed to reach here the Treasury from pillage by bis exercise of on time Friday last It was somewhat of the veto power W. P. WALTON' a mirprise to xubscribsrs, having Blways We favor honest civil sarvico reform; by it regularly heretofore. Some one which we mean thecnforcemenl nf the faith country round about. unvested thai probably the convention 1 of We got to Tupelo at the dismal hour of fill performancs by persons appointtd iix'd il back, but e did not take to the O. midnight and of an hour fice of all public duties entrusteJ in them, id"t at all and in answer to a card Mr. W pint. Our friends, Frank Mathew and and to this end, na well as to the mainten- xaid the suck containing the pipers was left 0 0D IS LOVE AND NOTHING EL8E Rilph Ounn, awaited our arrival, even at ance of the spirit of our representative form at Stanford post office on time but wai over that inopportune time, and we were noon of government, we demand the strictest loohelby the carrier. We would say it measure of personal and party responsibilisound aleep at our comfortable boarding I'UAIHUiTMH X,OItI. had best not occur again or a Rockcat!e home, and kindly allowed to dumber in ty, etnJ nre opposed to the substitution, in mob msy pay that quarltr a visit and it Tui'Ei.0, Mis., Mt li definitely into the late morning. Our room of this, of life tenur, a civil pension might ba said that the Louisville mobs tell meeting began that night to a splendid au- list and all other appendages of bureaucrat I wlnh I coulil INTERIOR. would pale into Insignificance. you In filling UDRiiae the hr niul enthu-niu- dience In the Methodiit church. lesrs'.eu foreign to the genius of our imtti Ojr thanks are due Mr. S. L. Whiteof our "eecond btnelU" (. Tu! olU We have been here now fire days and tutions and people. head for report eeDt in duringour absence. We declare the honeat money of the Cm it) at KoacuUlco. It i" village, a little ofl know pretty well how wo liko Tupelo. Jack Adams, Jr , is rick with flux. Mr. C. the Buln roail, and with an impcmible Well, we like it stitution good enough for the people as ex D Ayres, for We like the ciany years agent at Rowland, pressed in gold and silver, and pmer con is now running a name, but it will alwity be ore of the dear people. They are steady, church-goinpassenger train on the mt epota of e.uth to us Wo only hail lime folks, accustomed to go to meeting ami treat vertible into coin on demand. Diisy line betwen Louisville and New We sympathize most earnestly with the Albany. M F. Brinkley, the Main to hold fire more aertice with theui, but divine things with reverance and respect Htreet people of Ireland in their atruggle for local merchant who tb& Comm- - cinl said was ar1 it needed not even Ihoce fire to confirm tne eieauy attenuence, think we to the may fairly calculate on an hone-and we unite with the them. They were "true m iteel" hearing, rested for complicity in the recent mobs in TIUTII and had on far beolid the at least. And that Is all we have ever alli- friends of liberal progress in all parts of the Louixville, denies the report and intimates point, where the dividing line begins ed of nnr community. From present ap- world in denouncing the coercive moasures that be will make it warm for the publishand t!ie pearances I think Duhme & Co. will get now pending in the British Parliament as a botween "HarneV doc'.rints" L. M. Westeifuld worked the wires ers TKITH OF (U)D. How many of my some orders from Tupelo also; and the badge monstrourt crime against a brave, generous here last week during the absence of tbe warmtHt friends look favorably on theee will set a foothold in this northeastern vil and long aufiering people, an obstruction to regular operator. Mra J W Brown and teictilnm because they have a tender afat. Already some "gladly receive the human freedom, ablioreot to the spirit of little Cnin wer in the city during the fection for me and mine, personally. Thank word." For which we praise the LOUD! liberty in every land. convention. Mrs L B Adams and chilWe view with alarm the growing ten dren returned from Garrard Friday. Willis Ood for thai! I would not dlnae with At our third service a noble looking man the advantage of the start It Riven, In Incul came to me and with a nervous grasp of dency among certain classes of citizsns to Adaois returned from Paint Lick Saturday. catlnjf the truth, for any consideration. his strong hand, and eyes filled with tears, seek the aid and bounty of the Federal govHe sold iOsboats while there. Miss Lena mc when it said In a voice broken with emotion; 'Thin ernment, and aa an incident of this tendency McC Hut it terrific and depree ure retureJ home Tnureday from tbe If It be a 'Vlepplnt alone" is the first light I have had on this awful to enlarge the powers granted, and to mul Institution for the Blind at Loulsvjlle. KOh no further. to higher ascent, It li blewod. If It be a subject that has given me any relief. They tinlr powers never contemplated by the Willette Vowels went to Gethsemine Satur"reotini place" ah, tat' Well, the dear told me (Oh, ye author' d teachers, beark Constitution, and we reassert the time hon day where he will enter echooi folks In koduiko have thoroughly learn- fn) lhRl UoiJ kjJe( mT brother nix year ored democratic doctrine, that "all powers Now that the convention is over and ed that there U a point In thin matter be believe it. Uut I had no not delegated to the Foiled States nor pro- the candidates named, would it not be a i KC yond'IUrnedoctrlneV Ojce they anew ikllt I have it now Oh, thank you, nir, hibited by the B:atei are reserved to tbe good ida for all of ua to forget past difler-ence- a i toKI us to niaht." Then States respectively, or to the people." the TIUTII they now hold fait by that fcr wht jrou and feelings engendered during the grown he Upril a $10 bill into my hand as a We denounce the present war tarifi, laid canvass before and while the county conntme. Uut, thank OoJ, they have out of it. I am glad that Dahme & Co, "thank oflerinjt" to the LOUD. To me it to confuse as well aa to haraaa the people, vention was bein; belc' If in their zeal lib and Walnut, Cincinnati, will k1 quilt-- was like a thousaud, comiujc for the reason as a masterpiece of injustice, inequality and for their candidates some said and did an order for Indues from this Mississippi j, jij, 0ae broken heart like this comfort-villag- e false pretense. It has been maintained by thing tnat were not exactly according to ed and delivered from that awful struggle a selfish and false theory of protection, right nnd justice they are to a certain exago to have 0f "resignation to the will of Ood," falsaly which robs the many to enrich a few. It tent excusable tboujh they are sorry to see I ought Ion Hy the way, given notice that the above named firm ,0 CaetJ( outweighs many a volley of abuse has piled up in the national treasury a sur- some ol their friends, more especially some have mi die Lr the manufscture of the frota th08 wno difler with me. And, I plus ffhlch menancea tbe prosperity of ail of the older ones who have fought in the baie, charms, or whatever you please to thank Ood, this case is only one among cla(s and every industry. We demand ranks ho long, feeling badly over the matter call them, whereby we. who believe that hundreds, yea thouunds, without exagger. the immediate reduction of this war tariff If mistakes were mide in tbe convention in these teachings are GOD'S TIU' NI, may a,ion( wh0 have been set at liberty by the not merely a an act of redress to the peo- not giving the minority a belter showing, recjgnlie e acholher en the street, if we dear LOHD'Sgosjl of "I.OVI5 and Xoth-chan- ce ple promised by all parties, but aa the on it is to be regretted. Let in not allow this ly safe and just method of reducing the sur thing to cause farther dissension in tbo to meet in strange places. Duhme 0(, E,,e plur; and in making such reduction we de ranks, but each and every one look forward undertaken to famish them in Koni'.uld neit Iiu.., ft Co. have mand further that the taxes shall first be to nominating a candidate for tbe Legislagold at .- - each, which leaves them a OARRARO COUfrf DEPARTMENT. abolished, or lowered upon the necessaries ture There is a man who is well and favery icant margin cf profit. Of ciurse I( vorably known throughout ihe two conn Lancaster. of life; and, finally, we reassert the constiex-- I have no interest in their manufaclitre, "Dully" Mason was one of the original tutional and democratic doctrine that taxes ties, wno could xweepihe mountains against cert to rfjiice at the sale of each one, as a B'jcVnrr men any republican that uiighi be placed in the should be levied exclusively for public race It i Jude John M. Fish. Laurel token that my gopei" is taking root, I t .L... al . i ltL( f. uipiain niKin renin inm nriour purposes and limited to the requirements county with her bst workers toromises to ' iree have an abiding faith that it will ol the government economically adminia meet in with a rmsing vo'e and his eleci...c..i tuuufcu ii.. giuuuru, ii .v.....v. iv. 'kirns' book are full. Cturr, run ami uc tion would ilmo't be assured. Lancaster has four dentists, l.i lawyers, tered. leaders of the ''fori rn hope" may not live fire doctors and three resident ministers. The action of the democrats iu the House KmnTi-e.i...... li I.... hithis Vmn lh ' .. LOUIS SCIITiEtiEL, -F- rom the number nf Uuckner haH in of Representatives, in reclaiming from rail , ...... i..k.,i. .., . - I .K.i i -, I nu.ll uenuic .v, :. l in.. .... ,.. town II lUUKn HKC II1C UlU KIirill "III tllic road and other corporations nearlr one hunAnd I am not be denied me on earth a large following old Otrrard dred million acres of land granted to them doubtful that the "hundred ?.ld in th.'x Ojr delegates to the Louisville conven by the republican party, is heartily indorsed ItlCIIM IM. KKMl'tKV. 'e" will surely come, to all of us, who hold tion all returned in a good humor and de and approved. We approve of such legisfor this heaven Photograph! ia all styles and sizos. and are willing to niflvr lighted with the nomices'. lation by Congress as shall tflectually prodescended THU TII. Yet in this, as in all Preaching at all the churches Sunday tect the public land from olion en'ry and Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and gocd, ''patient contlniunce in well doing" Water Colors. well atloide.l. The ladies all wore ownership, and preserve the public domain was will alono insure success in this devil's Hew ilcslgm In I rmei aul Mils at very loir their new hais and looked verv well in- as homesteads for the people. Not another gifts-stru- ggle orld, where IIrIiI and lifn-O(201 Jr. deed arte should be granted to the railroads cr Prlcei. painfully through death and dark efficient county other corporations, or to speculators. Tom Wherriti, our ness and make their way only at the sword's Freedom of labor is essential to the conclerk, reports the following "persons licenspoint. ed to wed: M ty l, Jimes Melton to Lindy tentment and prosperity of tbe pecplo At Kociusko, on atnyal, we were met Simpler : May 7, Sim Divis to Cordelia Worklogmen eliould bo protected against hearts. The by willing hands and loviu the oppressions of combinations and monDivi. girls were whined away by limine r Wade The Us beard from our fisleruun was opolies, and we recommend to the next GenHarvey, their former entertainer, and I was that in a spirit of frenzy Sim Miller had eral Assembly the passage of auch laws as I'ewpcrt Nows k Uissiseippi Vall7 Cs. claimed by llrother John T. Unit, once of baited his hook with Johu Woodcock and will guarantee to workingmen the most fa Lincoln, as mentioned in a former letter. was silting on the lank of the river, grinvorable conditions to their labor in the mat Through the CANONS ot NEW RIVER and across the All that Iovp could do, on every hand, ning, expecting to catch a wha'e. ter of proper venlilat.on and other safeAUEGHANIES and the BLUE RIDGE, passing WHITE was done to show in how welcome we were. W. 15. Mison l planting his garden. guards for lifd and health in in mines and SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Resorts ot the Mountains In Virginia. Our meetings, day and night, were eyen HI Iiisbop can name the winner of the factories, and the sure and prompt payment Alleghany FIUEST SUMUEIl CLEATS IN AMERICA. if passible, than before. D.'rby. better attended, William P., Foster can tun a hotel. of wajc , and also auch laws nB will faciliThe familiar court room was indeed the Ojcar Tillet can beat 'eai nil selling fish. tate tbe collection and dissemination of inObsertatlon Cars from Kanawha Falls to Charlottes-titlBreakfast to Supper) Irom April 1st to Decern "hoii'e of God and the gate of heaven" to John Marrs loves the inii'ic of the honest formation relating to the interests of labor ber tst. preach under fox honnds' lurk us all. I' a man couldn't and provide for the submission of all quesONLY SOLID TRAINS llh PULLMAN CARS such stirroiinJIngs, he certainly must have Qur ,jrT K00j u, erchants have entered tions of dispute between employers and em R mistaken hi- - vocation, Methodists, Presby. Jno R) agreement to close their stores ployea under just regulations to impartial Lcnlsvillo, Cincinnati, ani L:slnet:n, t: lerians. IJinUsts, uimoenauus vieii wiui every evening at 7.119 o'clock. This is the arbitration. eachothcr to make us happy, in the knowl-- 1 proper thing on tbeir part, as it gives their We nre oppoeJ to the importation of edge that they accepteJ our teachings. It J clerks needed rest ' Now let contract and ill paid labor from abroad; to was an ovation and a triumph for the gosthe grocers follow suit. the employment of young children in mines pel that just filled us up rui.i.. Mi" Ktte Grimes, of Stanford, is visit-In- g and fjctorie; to any unfair competition of We left the "pleaiant place" on the acMuxes Matlie und Sallie Denny. Miss contract with free labor, anil we fivor the commodation at 1 r. M We should have Birio Urnybel, of Louisville, is visiting enactment nf auch laws as will effectually Connect! In same decot In Washington lor had to r!.e at the unearthly hour of 1 A. M. her aunt, Mrs. W O Sweeney. Capt.Mike carry out these views. t and gain nothing at BALTIMORE, to catch the express We favor the development of all the re Salter went tq Richmond yesterday. Dr. PHILADELPHIA, Weat I'olnt, where the Illinois Central Hiss liurnslde is oil on a trip to Barbour-villsources of our State and approve all effir a NEW YORK. joins tbe Mobile & Ohio; seeing there ia no and Dlriet route to to advance the material prosperity but a junction on these two hostile lines, LYNCHBURC, The corn is all planted; the j,'raj was spread abroad the fame of our miner DANVILLE, dreary wait at West Point till the 10 v M never finer, the wheat never greener; plenty wealth; that we indorse all legitimate enAnd all points In express cornea along. Tliese amiable cor- of rain, plenty of sunshine; therefore the deavors that uny be made for the advanVIRCINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. s porations love eachother as the Cincinnati heart of the farmer is glad, and as he pur- tage to the State in securing more good (Southern and the Louisville & Nashville sues his dally toil, he gives thanks to God, and the investment of more capital in -E- XCURSION TICKETS IN SEASON- .do; and the result to travelers, of this dotand Grover Cleveland, and vows to vote our midst. Dally No. t is KVKicrT uav I, '37 ing fondnem, is the aame a. we erperieuce for Buckner, Bryan, Betty and the Bby. The democratic party, in convention as Daily. Ex, Hun. in a at Danville Junction,, when we are sembled, indorsee the honest, faithful and Kentucky University will turn out 26" hurry to g..t home. Here l work for our 7 3) p ,n fiMiin economical administration of State affairs I.Ti I.ou'til 11 00 ii n li 30 a ui 10 In the Art College and .Arr Ijpxlngtoa rulerf at Washington, who ought not to gradutea on June, aa conducted by our distinguished Govern'i 00 n'u S 00 a in Whltariulnti ir ?nrliitfi limlt'their benevolence to ahlppera only, 16 in the Bible College. " CbarlattsTlilfl V M Jimtl) 5 10 p in It 00 a ui or, J. Proctor Knott, and other 8tnte la I'm i ui p m Klchiuaul The receipts of the Kentucky Central a iu S 15 p m but who can now earn the gratitude of " Nawpart New tl 3 ' OKI Point CumOrt it 10 am 0 10 p m trayelers, by forcing these imperial organ!-anion- s railroad at Richmond last month were A woman humdly stepped up to tbe rear U 20 p m l! 50 p iu ' Nor'ullc for passenger fare; $4,500 for freight 9 4T p IU 8 V. ii iu ' Wnsblllltua to have respect to the comfort of the brakeman on Conductor Benedict's down II 2) pin tl 25 pin ' Hmuir dividend-payinand S175 for telegraph. Frank Walker, nf million, who keep them up to a 3 iio a n. iwiiiu Blation " I'allul.lpliL.. train yesterday at the Naugatuck r. 20 a m C 20 a n. point. Oo, for another honeat Tex- Atlanta shipped from this place on last with the remark: ' la this the right train?" " Naw Yora cost him an realot to complete the good work so Saturday a car load of horsea that for TIc'Hls, Kates Inoriust'on, eto , apply at "Where to?" eaid the brakeman, politely. to $225 per head. Tt was the best "Where do you mppos?" she answered, Tlvlet uihieor a.ldre.i from ISO auspiciously begun! v, 14 II SI Ol H.H. a'HH.KU.' ' M Vic- - PiesMam. "''' Ojt creeping train, averaging 10 milea lot of horssa ever shipped from here to snappishly; and such trayeleraare not alone 1. uIst He, Et. nJ V.i. I'.law wither. Kegi'"- at lust Itnled at West Point, Georgia the hour, where we had enly two hours to wait, which we put in most pleasantly at the Jackson House I have rarely eat down to a better supper than the one that is furnished fcr 50 cenlH at this lun. The cross road by which we cime, a feeder of the Illinois Central, runs through a Mr cotton country, with little to interest or desciibe. As m-- from our windows we were only impressed with one village, and its surroundings, Salisbury wim the name, I think, which looked very iuviting, embowered in ireei and nn undulating VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. lion. We declare our confi leice in integ C. W. Ping has npenei a stock of gen- 3Nr3E3"W SPRING CLOTHING. Considering the quality of our clothing and the prices affixed we think this department is in better condition for the purchaser than ever before. We claim the cr GEORGE BARNES 1 thret-rjuarte- CLOTHING cfc SHOE TRADE li,s"-DEA- firsl-ralel- y. g 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. WBmm & MeBOBBBm H. C. RTLTPLEY, MERCHANT TA1XOK, -- - I baie received ani still receiving caui, he New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising tbe belt In the market, which will be Ootton Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Nono in City or Country Give Mc a Triul. i I WALSH, THE TAILOR, S2 FOUI11H AVEMJE, LOUISVILLE P. trial. (217 S.-F- INE , (l,.. .. GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. ' ICI IPfl UUHL. JULIbU Pfl Al lin) .,.... ' .... Atwava on hanJ and readr fur dellTcry. (fire uie T. L. SUELTON, Howland. DH. W. B. PENNY, sfitnntord, - DENTIST, - Kcntuolcy . I IIOTOGK AXIIER, Dlt.I.S.IlUIlDETT,1 OCULIST, BRODHEAD, KY. Has had an experience of OTer fifteen has luceessdilly treated bundreis of ctal attention liglrpn to the treatment cases of the eyes. Name and address cured given on application if desired. , iilHS ... " iU rb vA ...iif. od's yean, and recases of all dla- -' ol patients 2?0-G- Ofli-- ar3aHaVaJ3vTv?K if, and 1 to 5 p. necessary. Journal on Lancaster street, next door to lata-rio- b office. Office hours from S to 12 a. u. Anesthetics administered whaa 1151-ly- r. s3'j,v"iro:uT BOOT ASD SHOE STOKE. a specialty of the manufacture of tine We Boots and Shots and guarantee our work In crery Two tint-cas- s workmen aro already respect. employed and others will Iu engaged If necessary, done neatly and at short notice. Ulre Bepalring , usacallanil we will serre you right. VESSISU IOX A) JOIlXSnX, 221 lin Lancaster street tiiu TiioHor;iiimi:i ; FRIESIANBULL 3IAUQVIS OP ADELINE. This fine Bull will stand the seaons now com menendnt inr stnble on tho Lan caskr 1'lko on balf mile from Stanford Court House at J3 tn season, wl'h Ihe prhllegeol breeding tbe cowuc til the cow proves In call. Money due when cow ' NEWCOMB HOTEL MT. VERNON, KY. n Hotel Is still main. This old and Ulnlng lis tine reputation. Chargea reasonable Special attention to the traveling public. 31. V. XEIVCOJJH, Fto'r, Mt. Vernon, Ey. is first served. Marquis of Adeline's sire, Herbert, bis slro Imported Apollo and Dam Imported Southern Beau- - i e 1 M over-worke- MRS. M. Jj. STEGEi: NO. 112 EAST CHESTNIT Marquis of Adllene'a dam, Adeline, her sire Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Fisher. For further particulars as to podlgreo see B. .. . This Is a very nne young buii irom a ceieurat-e- d family ot mllkera Including the cow I.cbo, the greatest of lur day; her owner having relused for her. cattle have taken the The Holsteln-rreisla- u lead as the best for tbe family, and a cross with Shorthorn products a very fine animal. I tbe will buy all tbe male calves begotten by this Ball at good pile ta delvered at weaulng time. ... 125,-W- II.-F.- 3TBEUT, LOUISVILLE, - - KENTUCKY, e. Formerly of Crab Orchard, offers her services to the ladies as purchasing agent. Any thing from the smallest article to a wedding outfit will re celroher prompt and personal attention. A trial 220.1m. Is solicited. MACK BUUCE'd imps 130-- tl j I I ir.ji. 3HLitr.li; etanlord, K.y. ! The world.reuowntd Knaba, the famous Decker A Son, tbe popular and reliable Hvereit. The celebrated dough & Warren, ani the John Church Co.'a 1 Buggy A implement I have now House, Full Lino of Whoat Drills and othor Agricultural Implomonts, Besides a I effi-cer- a. Fall Line ot Baggiei and. Wagoni Always on hard, In connection with my plement business, I will also carry a Im- Instruments manufactured. Our Instruments ran be seen at the postothce In Stanford, where Miss Rosa Richards will state prices, eto. Persons who have purchased these instruments will testify to their durability and elegant finish. ve win no giaa u servo ine putuic, and guaran tea satisfaction, ed to serve hla friends. M-N. Any one desiring an elegant and durable musical instrument will do well to examine our prlcw before purchasing. We are areata for tba n jonn unurcn A to., ana win war-- j raut our Pianos for aeven years, and our Organs for five years The Everett Piano and tbe Cloug h A Warren Organ are tbe best and most reliable 1 $2,-27- resents the John Church Elder W. L. Williams, A Co., ofllustonvllle. and will be also reppleas- g Com.ilete Stock of Lumber, Both rough and dressed. it. Ij. aEKKHKNCKJ. J. tUOU, Agents. Low n any one. solUlt ;sb.riuf T'r HttCCE. lli.irr -- John D. Carpenter, Hustonvtlle; J M, Elmore, Prices on everything as Sian ord, James Beatley, Utantord, J. M. Pnlllps, Stan'u;d; A. 1'.. Penny, Staufoni, Mrs, Fannie Karra, Lancaster; rien W, J, Landram, Ijucaster, Charles Sandldge, Junction City; W. M. Payne, Pre.uhervllli'; Mrs. E M. Carpent.r, Stanford; patronage. Bospctfull.v, Mrs. Mlgglaliolmis, Crab Orchard; O. T. Wal- '. lace. l.sDctster. 1J3 lyr r Jennie Bowman, the Louisville heroine, Jefkehson Davis' reply to General opinion of Mr. Sherley is that he is a sumwas dying at last accounts, Wolseley's "Life of General Leo" is printed mer coon. The La Champagne and Ville de Rio c We state no new proposition when in full in the Courier Journal of Saturdnr say that Col. Tom Pottit is the finest read- collided and tho former went down with 35 Way 10, lo7 Stanford, Ky leadera. which he charses that Wolse- - ing clerk of his day. He is not much larg- sailors, all of whom were drowned. The railing of an old wharf gavo away loaf of bread, but his ly has attacked unjustly and unwarrant- er than a three-ce- nt ably. He takes no exception to the lauda- voice well, he is nil voice. He was a pu at New Orleans Sunday, during a baptizing W. P. WALTON. tion of the grett L;e, which he endorses in pil of Mrs. Murphy, of this place, when he and a hundred people were thrown into the main, but he is opposed to his praiso waa a little fellow and she was Mrs, John the river. Fifteen are known to have been DEMOCRATIC TICKET. be made upon the disparagement of others. son, and ho referred to tho fact in a conver- drowned. The article is written in elegant style and sation with us, with evident pride, Mr. HEU0I0U5. DUCK-NEI10MVAK Fou Ootkinor-SIMshows that there is still fire in the great old Willis L. Kingo, of Hickman, the other ol Hart Count? Rev. A. S. Moflttl will preach at W. BKYAN, mn. secretary, can run up a column of figures LlOTKAT Govks.nor-JAM- ES next Sunday afternoon at 3.30 of Kenton county. Tun Commercial charges that Col. Holt, about as quickly as any man in the coun- o'clock. V. HARDIN, ol ArroHKV Uk.nkral-- 1'. who ran for the democratic nomination for try. He was always ready to announce the Mercer rounty. The Presbyterians will hold their WedGovernor and seconded tho motion that vote before we were half down the long list. HKWITT, of Iltrdln nesday night prayer meeting with the Hip-list- s county. Buckner's nomination should be made by But then we had rather be shot at and not at the Inttcr's church. TnKiSVHKR-JAMES W. TATE, ot Woodford acclamation, promising the support of his hit any time than to add up a line of figRev Mr. Barrett will preach at Locounty. Ecction to him and the ticket, has since at- ures, especially il such fractions as SOrHni.NTK.NDE.Nr OV Pl'DLlO IMTBUCTIOX. gans creek next Saturday afternoon at 3 9 and so on, appear in it, "Hurrah JOSEPH DESHA PICKETr, of ryett county. tempted to obtain the nomination as the o'clock and Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Register of the Land Office THOMAS H. head of the labor ticket. If it ia true Col. or Bingo, By Jingj," as Margin Craft reRsv. F. S. Polled intends to celebrate CORBETT.ofMcCracken county. is tho most wonderful J'uln-Cur- er Contain Holt is not the manner of mm his speech marked. the reopening of his church In an approLKGISLATU1K-J. D. FETTUS, Lincoln led us to believe he was and the sooner he A convention without tho familiar face tho world lists known. county. priate manner next Sunday. A number of and voice of Col. . Polk Johnson is, to use retires from public gszs the better. diyiues hae been invited and will be pres a hackneyed expression, like the play of We do not mippoee in the hiitory of the A republican paper sighs because ent. with the principal character omitState that bo large a number of represents "there is yet one yoar, Dine months and Hamlet, The Transylvania Presbytery of the big brained, true and Tho Southern Can re h will meet at the Methotire and distinguished men ever took part 29 days of Cleveland's administration to ted. continin a convention as in the one that aseem be worked off" as if the great ruin's work gentle old Polk has succumbed to dist church here next Thursday night and ued mental and nervous strain of his try- continue bled at Louisville laat week. Freaided over will be done at ita expiration. Cleveland over Friday. The object of the ing position on the Courier Journal and is convocation is to receivo nnd by the great etate-mslicense Mr. Carlisle, addressed is as certain for a second term as Washingendeavoring to regain his. health at O.'d A. W. Crawford, who will take charge of by the leading democrata of the S:ate and ton or Grant and wo would advise our reVirginia coast. If the Campbellsvllle and Bethel churches in composed of the best men of the puty, it is publican contemporaries to add four years Point Comfort, on the the wishes of the ungodly and the prayers this Prosbytery. Mr Crawford will preach no wonder that it did its grand work har- to all their calculations if they would culof the righteous avail, he will speedily be his trial sermon Thursday night. moniously nnd in order. The platform tivate the spirit of accuracy. restored and returned with renewed enerThe District Conference will meet at adopted is a clear and forcible expression of That gay old nigger gal, Queen Kapio-Un- i, gy to the place that he fills with bo great the Methodist church next Monday night, democratic ideis and is good in every par and stiWe, of the Sandwich Islands, credit on the leading paper of the South when tho opening sermon will be preached. ticular. The ticket could hardly be imwere given a State dinner at the White and West, and the best, take it all in all, in proved upon and it will sweep the State J. Z. Spoonamor and H, J. Darst are deleFriday, when she was the recipient this country of enterprising and progressive gate and alternate from the Quarterly Conlike a cyclone. There is no faction, combi- House every attention that the leading ladies newspapers. ference and S. P Slagg and T. R. Walton nation or other thing that can prevent its of could btstow, although they would have Just before the convention adjourned from the church here. Thero will be serelection by 40,000 majority and we would not turned up their pretty noes at even a sug- Thursday afternoon, Hon, Tom Pettit pre- vices morning and night each day of the be surprised to s;e it rolled up to 50,000 gestion of honoring a decent and deserving sented the following resolution, which waa session, to which the public is invited. There were but two contests in any of the unanimously adopted: American woman of African descent. The General Assembly of tho Southern races, before the convention, and they were That the thanks of the Democratic par- Rtptist church in session at Louisville is settled by such overwhelming majorities We don't know that Hawthorne Hill, of ty of Kentucky aie due to the Hon. J. that neither the cry nor the suspicion of the Miysville R publican, wants the repub Stoddard Johnston for his long and faith- largely attended by representatives from 20 fraud vtM raieeJ. Three of the gentlemen lican nomination lor otate auuuor, dui his ful servico to the party organization. We States. According to the report 151 oM.-O- l were collected for foreign missions last placed upon the ticket have served the party will honor itself and recognizs one of declare our appreciation for his unselfish devotion to democratic principles and to year and all but $21123 were disbursed. State for eight years, so faithfully that but the brightest and beat of its members, if it the cause of good government. And that Missions report shows 119 places him on the ticket. one of them had opposition, worthy o! reMAIN AND SOMERSET STS. we atttibute much of our succeed in the The Home churches constituted during the year and mark, Hewitt and Tate going in by acclam past to his zeal an I good judgment. and Cornelison has been Col. Johnston deserved this flattering CO houses of worship built at a cost of ation, and Pickett, after downing the field, lodged in jail, but justice will not be satis I a Hplcutlhl Movie of (ho finally distancing his nearest competitor fied tribute to his raluablo eervices to tho party of Jt'.0,OC'. The disbursements in this detill the magistrate who released htm follow lug O'ooiIh: 11, for he has indeed served it faithfully and partment were $121,501 119 votes. Watt Hardin, the fourth man occupies a cell with him. His high-han- d Quoons-waro- , well. The only time that we ever took cc Glass-- , Till- of the old ticket, won so easily as to leave ed outrage of the law deerves the swiftest DANvlLLE, BOYLE COUNlt. casion to criticize him was when he recomno doubt of the high appreciation in which and severest punishment. In attempting to jump over a picket mended a republican for continuance in of his services are held and his wonderful Glass Bush, Wood The republican pow-woniseis in Lou'ib-vil- le fice, but he did tbat under peculiar circum fence on Friday a valuable horse belonging popularity with the masses. The other to go through the farce of stances, and the one mistake, we may call to James Wilson killed himself. too members of the ticket are Scythosand Snaths, Mumps and measles of rather a severe to demand any further notice than a men- nominating a State ticket. The bosses it, should be and doubtless haa been Buggy Whips, all pricos, type are raging in the vicinity of Parksvllle, tion of their names, which we give at the probably fixed on Derby day to be sure of forgiven, in consideration o'tbe overwhelma crowd in the city at the time. so George Hocker, of that place, inform" old hero, who ing amount of good he has done for the top of this column The Picklos in bulk and in bot-tlo- s, occupies a warm place in the He had already retired from the your correspondent. heads it, party. Conventionalities, Reuben Gentry, Jr., of the firm of hearts of hia people, and the enthusiasm Mr. J. P. Sandifer labored early and late newspaper business and this voluntary reFlowor Pots and his pretence nnd utterances will create, for bis brother-in-law- , Prof. Taylor, but he tirement, after 20 years' services .for the Gentry A Eastland, has sold his half of the oratory of that splendid was too heavily handicapped to win the cause of democracy, leaves him a private drug store to Mr. Qabe Caldwell, an expecoupled with the Baskots, rienced and competent druggist. representative of the young democracy, race. citizsn and free to see after his personal VanLonion -- Rev. J. W. Fitch, Presiding Elder of Messrs. G. C & D, K. Garrard were delJim Bryan, and that of the bold and courathat have been neglected and which is out the larg-es- t egates from Clay. Dan came to nominate demand attention. illa, geous Watt Hardin, will draw For one, in taking the Methodist Cnurch for this district, democratic vote ever polled in the State Harris, but went back satisfied with Buck- leave of him, we wish to renew assurances preaching a series of discourses at the WalCan-no- d California andgivo the lie to the republican charge ner, Bryan, Bettie and the Baby. of our heartiest good will and to say that if nut Street M E. church, South, on the Goods. There ia no use in conversing, Henry in the past we have said aught that wound design and mode of baptism. that there is apathy and discontent in for Buckner, Bry- Watterson's speech was the gem, even ed his feelings, it was from a present sense Mr. and Mrs, Sim Warren and their T. R. WALTON. the tank?. Three cheers among the efforts of the distinguished ora- of duty, and not intended to reflect upon little daughter, of Somerset, are visiting an, Bettie and the Baby! Jink lUrJlo.Ut of Mo .tkello, Clerk tors who addressed the convention. ia and Mr. Warren's sister, Mrs. H. E. Simuel. Last week Msjah Colgan referred to The oratory of Secretary Jim McKenzie his personal character which spotless Our best wishes follow Robert Lourie, a former student of Centre above reproach. Majah Wallace Gruelle in his paper as a set the bays afire. His theme was grand, him in his eflorta to redeem hia lost fortune College, was In town this morning on his scribbler, ''wheezy, his yoice fine and his words and develop the hidden but inexhaustless way to Junction City to adjust the loss of blatnoted for his miserable and splendidly uttered. He almost made reeourcea of our wonderful mountains. of Mr. Dick, whose houe was destroyed by malevoant bloviations and the mountain orator,iTaulbee, go into bis fire a few weeks ago. Mr. Lowrie reprelence." Mai ah Gruelle, who is a fighter hole and draw NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, sents the Glenn Falls Insurance Company, it in after him. Creek, in his from the head waters of Bitter The speech of John G. Carlisle was a J. W. Hyatt, of Connecticut, will sue- of New York. last irsue returns the compliment as fol- grand effort and the packed assembly lisceed Treasurer Jordon. Jack Barbor cut and slashed Sam lows: "The creature so lacking in all the tened with rapt attention to every word Sixty persons were rendered homeless White, another colored person, in rather a elements and instincts of true manhood that severe manner at Parksville a few days ago. that fell from the lips of Kentucky's great by a fire in Pittsburg, Pa. he would rather hold a rich man's horse est Btatesman. A deputy U. 8. Marshal waa waylaid While is an inoflensiye jxrson and has a ItBhouldbs procured and than shake a pool man's hand; a wretch read by every voter in the wife that Birbor has been paying some at State. and killed in Indian Territory. who has achieved the Bummit of earthly The Marrs, the pugna W. C. DePauw, the great glass manu- teotion to. They met at White's house, felicity when he ia permitted to blacken cious Champ, the ancient Craddock, when Birber cut White twice in the back the facturer of New Albany, is dead. the shoes of-- wealthy man; a reptile whose d Keller the matter-of-fac- t A blind man in Ohio has just been and once in the calf of the leg aod then left only dream of happineai beyond the grave Hopper and the Denham were sentenced to the penitentiary for life for for parts unknown. He wts magnanimous iabornoftho belief that his soul will be some of the rural roosters we were glad to murder. not to take Mrs. White with him. transformed into a louse and permitted to take by the hand again. We Sidney Craig, an old negro woman a are not disDavid Burke and Con Ryan fought an crawl through all eternity among the wool posed to take the baa been there starch out of our good impromptu duel at Kingston, X M , and the Boyle county on the head of a millionaire's negro body friend, Dr. Woods, by naming over two years and during that timo haa him with Burke was killed. servant." If this does not call for blood, the country bays, but we want to say here Bids for the iron worn of the Custom not spoken a word. She washes and irons we must confess that we are mistaken in that no meeting ciused us more pleasure House at Lexington will be received by the in the best style, and does everything she is the fighting qualities of the two warriors. told to do, but will not talk. She became than that with him. Several of the city architect at Washington till May 20. insane several years ago and was sent to West Virginia Senatorial muddle scribes laid us under renewed obligations, The McCoys, barkeepers, who murderThe the Asylum at Lexington and was by the has been settled by the election of Judge which we will endeavor to liquidate the ed Dr. Northup, prohibitionist, at Haver authorities there sent back here as harmless Charles J. Faulkner by the Legislature first opportunity. hill, 0 , have been indicted for murder, DBALlia III- -One of the best, shortest and most genuThis leaves the Governor's appointee, LuIt is estimated that the Ohio wheat crop and incurable. She hu been at the poor, cie, who led the democratic bolt in the reg- inely pare democratic speeches made in the will be short at least 10,00,000 bushels house since then and insists on keeping Drugs, Books, Stationery and Missouri wheat reported in good condition. mum. Fancy Articles. ular session, out in the cold, which will be convention was that of Hon. John T. Henry Jones, Wes Jones, Morris Nel accepting dofeat and promising his A handsome young girl named Maggie good news to everybody who loves party son, Thomas Harding and Foster Grimes PhvilcIiEi' prescription accurate); compounded. discipline and party honor. Benator Faulk- earnest efforts in rolling up the largest pos- Schaeffer, of Louisville, strangled her baby and died herself of the ef- wero all drunk on Saturday night and while ner is a son of Charles James Faulkner, sible majority for his opponent and the punting the town red were run in by officers for many years a Congressman from Vir- whole State ticket, If in the hour of a fects ol its birth. to France under Buch- depression he can make such a speech there Fotheringham has Tucker and Miller. They are to be tried in EtpreBa Messenger ginia and minister democrat and a is no telling what he could do under favor- Bued the Adams Express Company acd the police court this morning. Milford The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, anan. He is a true-blu- e able circumstances. It was received with the detectives who arrested him for robbeiy Fry and IlenryJFry had a fight onSaturday Jowelry and Silverware man of ability. and they too are to answer before the same highest handed outrage on justice heartv enthusiasm and will go far toward for $100,000 damages. than The bought this market Eer Lowest. toWatches, Clocks Prices tawor ReInterviews with all the membera of the court. Paddy Ross, an old Irishman, who and Jewelry lh and the most flagrant abuse of official pow- securing for him any prlzs he may seek in paired on nhoil notloe and Warranted. the future. Pennsylvania Legislature show 50 in favor gets drunk and drinks whisky out of a er or rather its assumption, is the release The hold that Grover Cleveland has on of Cleveland's renominatlon, 10 for Hill bottle on the street and Keeps up all the of habeas corpus, by from jail on a writ time an animated conversation with him the democratic heart was shown by an outand 11 Squire Stofer, of Montgomery county, of burst of applause every time his name was Of the ISO miners entomhed alive In elf, reached the refrigerator about 1 o'clock the cowardly fiend, Cornelison, who virtumentioned. Taulbee, who has more wind the mine at Nanaimo, B. C, 40 dead bodies Sunday evening, Paddy was sober when ally murdered Judge Reed. If his action and receive the heartiest than brains and more caurage than discre- have been recovered and there is no hope hs waked up this morning and promising does not merit was the only man who had the hardithat any of the men will bi rescued alive, not to do so any more the court let him go. condemnation and punishment possible, the tion, The man White, who has been quar-e- d hood to condemn him aid he was conde- Of about 80 persons arrested for being eflaws of Kentucky are worthless and the at Mrs. 8. S. Steinbergen's boarding and misleading ecending enough to give him a certificate in the Louisville mob gatherings some 10 fort to enforce them farcical for honesty, integrity and ability. The were fiaed from $5 to $20 and the wont house for several weeks under an order An Indiana woman adopted an infallible yetj reason for which Taulbee opposed cases were put under bond for good behav- from the county judge, was on Sunday remedy to cure her drunken husband of his him waa the one for which tho democracy ior. tiken to the poor house. Hia physical fondness for liquor. She went to a health has improved somewhat, but he has mostapproyes him the veto of the pauper Supreme Judge Pyor says that after bim and when he refused to go pension bill and it does not mind saying release by the magistrates. is no not talked enough to discloo anything honue with her she drew a pistol from the so in the strongest terms. mora legal than if he had taken a crow- tangible as to his past history. About all folds of her diess and shot bim dead. Danr Mr. Thomaa Sherley, who bobbed around bar or and broken the door that he can be induced to aay ia that he once lived on "Bettie's island," that he has gerous diseases require heroic remedies and incessantly, and reminded us of a hen of the jail down. to those poor women who have trifling sots with one chicken, did not win the esteem quarrel at Jackson, Mies., R. S, spent most of his life at sea and that the In a for husbands we would recommend a trial of the country press in his distribution of Gambrel and Colonel Jonea S. Hamilton last place he recollects being before found of the Indians woman's method of dealing tickets We made personal application to fired at each other simultaneously, and by Dr. Brown in a straw stack near Parks-villHe says he is 70 wes Harrodsburg. with them. him for a ticket but received the answer both were killed. The trouble waa about years old, but cannot, judging from his Monticello Signal of the 5th has that he had disposed of the last one. Had an article in a paper edited by Gambrell. The Best appearance be over 50, He had on when not a line of local news that we could dis- we not been a delegate and subsequently Miss Henrietta Hemstead, a found a woolen shirt with the number ''l.'i" Waterproof band at the bellows we elected aa one of the permanent secretaries, cover. As an old of Capt. Jim Blackburn, was inwould like to suggest to Bro. Thompson we should have had to howl on the outside, stantly killed Sundav at his home in on tha breast, He ia either of very feeble Coat, mind or a very fine dissimulator. If that a country paper is mainly valuable for while 100 men not entitled to seats on the Woodford by the accidental discharge of a first is the case it would be well for the iTurisn iittiNUDi.ii.ii.iKit wrrntej wtrrroor. anil will "p ,oa dry in the lbs titriltll norm. .Ttit ntwfOMMEt. SLICKER II ft tti'tct IIJIr toil, anit its local intelligence and that all other de- stage crowded out those whose business rifle which some youngster was playing newspapers to pass him arouud aa he may ! covtri tb cotlra itidl. Hiwira of liftltniana. Kent rtnntnt without lb " Drtod' Illaiir.Ud Cl)ocu tit. A, J lower, notion, utta I should be subservient to it. demanded a seat thereon, Oar private with. from an asylum. partments have escaped Sni-fflllttH- ii Inkriorlounrai ren Grv ON FOR PITCHER'S y ABDlTOR-FAYK- TTn 7, 23-3- sleria oor Liuiinont Dr. T. R, WALTON, unoci:it, -- hare and and well-know- n Beautiful Extracts, and and othor ham-strun- pot-belli- well-chose- moss-cover- ed - a warm-hearte- tad-eye- poor-hous- e, Praay & IFMMm PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. Ila-zelri- WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, hAT"" bar-zoo- n'a WALL PAPER, sledge-hamme- e, M'KOBERTS & STAGG'S k55&. SLICKER . m I ; I ! Y Stanford, Ky., - Cam, nnri extmlne nliirtH our GO cent white Ofllej & CruiK. 1 T . r k I HAVE a Gerlach hIhvh hiw and equalheld. 1887 ize in (."feci order, that I will roll low for The Stanford corrapondent of the Lancaah. A. C. Bine. caster Journal la reliably informed that Dr BUBlnouB Managor. B. o. WAIiTOM, Do nut cell rour wool until you fee mc. 1'dt'iii will rectivo every vole in Crab OrI will give n much or moro than anyone. chard, save two. He is highly esteemed by Cash A T. Nunnelley. l. 4 H. LOCAL TIME CARD. those who know him well, which ia the 12 J'J r. M. The L. A N will make rtilei to the Mu- very bast evidence of his worth and char Mall tialu golug North.... ' " Houtn ...... ..1311. M. sical Feetival, which begins at Louisville acter. We believe he will be elected by the .. 1 14 Ai m tiiprtss train11 Bouth laigeH majority tho county has given for Norb..... June 1, at one fare for the round trip. on standard time. Bolar years. ThtkOTi ti a It About 30 inlnutei lastar It takes three columns of the Williams We have got to look upon a J! jrdett aa R. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. burg 'J una to hold the names of the worth the Inteiuoii Joi'itNA-'- ti mascotte. AlleeH individual who pay no taxes. The most from our taking charge of it one of llowUnJ t J nJ 7.15 a m, Trains delirquent Hat foots up f 2.012 T, I. M. Hsturnlng, at rive at 8 an J 8.55 r. tho brothers hai been a correspondent for Those persons having song books be- it; first Sim M., then Will T. and now LOCAL NOTICES. longing to the Methodht church will con- George D. We wouldn't do without one LANPiiirra's (larden Seed at I'moy A fer a great favor by bringing them back of them for any amount of money. So McAliiUrV George can know what toexpect should be next Sunday morning. A kull line of fishing tackle of all kinds .!..- - I. take a notion to strike. I AM now ready to do all kinds of reat I'ennj .St MoAliilerV. Elopement. There is no ue in the old Til R bet rend r mixed pnlntn Are to be pairing and painting to bugeie nd spring had nt iVnnr A McAlinler'ii. folks kicking, when the young folks get in 1 will b pleased to have you wagon, Ac. HiA8IC your eroct-- for the Cincinnati call and gel your work done, Wm. Diugh-erty- . a notion to marry. Opposition only adds fuel king Co.'k cracker and cnke. to the Ihme of lore and make them more W ATClirs and Jewelry repaired on ehor determined than ever. Mr. E C, Montgom A NL'.virtKiiof Star route contractors in ootico and warranted Uj I'nnny A McAII ery haa been silting to Mi Fannie Peake r. Kentucky, including our friend J. A. Craft, Btandahd ready mixed painte; (jualilT of London, have been fined for failure to for some time, much to the opposition tf Miss Peak's ma. Sunday they started os and durnliilily guaranteed nt McUiberU A comply with contract, Mr. Craft ia doubt-lea- s leneibly BtaciV. to church at Dinville, but taking safe as he can fall hick on hi ub conA coMri.KTK Ptock of jewelry, latent the train instead hied to the Gretna Green Pen-o- r ityle. liockford wa,tche a Rpecialty. tractor. opposite Luuville and were made one McAIUtt-- r Mil C. IJ Kyan, the polite and popular llish, returning yesterday as happy as big PERSONAL. Aaaiatant General Passenger Agent of the sunlliwers. Mr. Montgomery is a widower ChtiMpeike AOtiio, lelis u that hi road with one child, a successful stock trader Dli. L F HnlTMAN will he absent on will run the uauul excuraion to Old Point and a clever gentleman, while the bride bUiinrH for fefenl day. Mim. J. H Hundley, of Springfield, U this summer at alout former rate. Our is spoken of as bath pretty and sensible people rilway take advantage of these pop- Here' to their best health. tifititiK her pirentu here. Fkank Hour, of Washington county, ular excursion to go to the seashore by the LAND. STOCK ANU CHOP mot piclurefque and hM managed road in ia Yi'itini hi friend here. the country, Pemberton bought 2.5 mule in Birren Mtw Daisv lk'ii.vsiDE ia Tifilinc M!m May FerKUaon at Covington. TitEUEcauio near being a very aeriou at $110. A bunch of 23 good cves for sale. I. Mil J 1. Davis went down to Monti-cell- o fire in the haaement of MoKoberts A Stagg'e M. Bruce, Stanford. Kunday to attend court. Hr somo drug store Friday nfiernoon. Foil ?H,r.-- A thoroughbred Alderney Mk. 15 K. VbKB.v and three of her mt an tevcral gallon of boiled linseed oil oow and heifer ctlf. R. E. Birrow, Stanchildtfii are itawn nith th monde. were lout on the lhor of the cellar and to ford Mim V. IJ Aiimkmvt, of 0ivbjro, prevtnt it apreadirg a q'ltnlity of aw The Elmeodorf thoroughbred year ptced up to Crab Orchard je'terday. dust wa thrown on to alxorb it. A short lings, 10 in number, sold near Lexinjton, Mim Nrllie Dckca.n, of I.tncWer, time af'cr a auiell of burning matter wa for $10,225. i the iieii ul lir aiirr, Mr. It. U War noticed and on eesrcli a smoke was disTwenty-si- x Shetland ponies were sold ren covered liMUing from the cellar, CMle,l by Mug John V. HoUTnnd Martha I'ax publicly at Lexiugton, Monday, far $2,025, thcftftdu)t having ignited from apontane-oi- l an average of $7S. ton hare cone to visit their telatlre, Mr. combustion. It wis extinguiahed with -- The P.unnymede yerliugs, 37 in numBallon, in Madison county. much difficulty. In three fret uf the fire ber, owned by Clay, Woodford A Clark, Miw Lvi.a MtKiNNEV, one of our wasn barrrl of turientine and one of coal sold at Paris Friday for $00. 100, moat attric'lve i'it; left yeterday for oil. A few minute later and the inoxt Binburg is the chief fayorile in the Kanaaa City, Mo, where ahe will rial! MIm valuable block of buildings iti town would Mary Park. Dby to be run at the Louisville couree have been in tlimes, Wednesday, when the spring race begin. C. D Thompson, Kc , adjuater for the Ninety acre of land near Wyandotte, Lite rpool J I, melon A Olobr, wta here Tiioron not so c ilr a the others, the aeeioi; nffr Mr Hubert McAlittera' Iota, Methodist church comw out of the hands Kas , has been purchajed by a syndicate of of the carpenters, the plaMerers, the paper-hange- Kansas City capitalist!, far $5,000 an acre. yeaterday. -- Mil John K. I'atkk k. of Jackson, Henry Biughman traded his 3th Duke and the painters as handsome inThia buaineaa side and out aa any House of God in Stan- of Auburn and 1 yearling bull to B. G. waa here again Sunday. ia beginning to iMuna a decided aerioua. ford. The removal of the old gallery and Mullins, of Garrard, for his Roan Ducheps, We can't afford to give up our pout the lumbering old vestibule, which has 3d. nnmt. J A. Estes bought of Ben A. Spalding been replaced bv a neat little wide door en mitrea and there' no uae talking. try, add both to the capacity and beauty of a steer three years and six months old, LOCAL MATTERS. weight 2.075 pounds, for f 103.75, or 5 cents the auditorium, which has been changed per pound. Lebanon Standard. rr Nunnelley bffore you ell your beyond recognition. The windows are the Mr. Sbouelen. who recently died in wool. in town and the addition of a handsomest Hardin counly, was the possessor of the K'frigerator la the brat in the 2S fool apire, surmounted by a ball and largest Tun orchard in Kentucky, embracing wetlher vane, add to the symmetry of the market. For aale by Metcalf A Foter. 100 acres on Muldraugh's Hill.-Xe- ws. exterior. Kev. F. 8. Pollett deiorve great The total silo of the National Horse The largeat alock of ice cream fretura in credit for accomplishing the improvements, low. Metctll A which will stand a a monument to his Exchange at Lsxington were 107 head at the city and our price are average ol 530, In addition 29 head Foater. zeal and industry. A very large crowd at- an reopening services Sunday and of imported English thoroughbreds aver- I wn.Liiell wigona and buggiea cheaper tended his agedf!27. than anybody. Try me and be convinced listened to sn unusually good sermon from David Terhnne sold this week 31 one- the rising young pastor. I. M.IJruce. year-olmare mulee to Col. Ridley of Ten Wj: make a rpecialty of ladiea' ahoea and This item will be particularly interesting neseee, that averaged over 15 hands. They invite them to cill and ee our work. IVn to the people of thia section: "It has been were in best of condition and brought a nington iV Johnaon. currently reported here upon good authori- fraction over 100 per head fHarrods-bt- ir Democrat. The truatcM hare at laat advertised for ty to the effect that after her testimony, broke Wool sales Uat wiek at Baston amountbid for the chothoue. Uuildera are re Mrs. Cirpenter, while at dinner, testimony ed to 1 700,000 pounds, as against 1,15(5,000 ferred to their notice for propo.ala in an- down in tears and said that her about her huslnnd was false, hut that the pounds last week and 1,500,000 the cor column. other lawyers had told her she must make inch a week last year. Prices ran from It may not be generally known, but the statement in order to help her son. This 20 to i') cents, about a cent higher all robbing or dietruction of a bird' neat of declaration wis made in the presence of a around then then. any kind ia puniahable by a fiae of Jo number of persons." Somerset Keporler. 8. H. Baughman's chestnut colt, Santa-liniioyi, beware. In reference to the above Judge Sautley by Si, Martin, won his race at LexingThe Krn Commandery at DinTille will says that he has procured from Mr. Car ton Friday over Fonso and Lsia May. The glre a reception to the Grand Commanderr prnler a statement in which she pronounce purse waa worlh 250. Mr, Baughman was of Kentucky on the lMh and 19th. The each and every allegation contained in it as immediately rfliied 0,000 for him, but programme include drills, address, in false. She not onlr reiterates everything has not accepted it so far. Smith A Anderson bought this wtek ftallation of officer and a banquet. A. It. alio swore to on the trial, but regrets that Penny and A. A, McKinney, of thia place, she did not tell more that she knew and from J C. Caldwell 100 acres of wheat, which escaed her at the time. Judge to be threshed from the shock, at 05 are on the Committee of Invitation. Saurijy further says that it is the intention cents piiSbuihe'; also 120 acres of birley Mna. M. V. Taelek ha concluded not to have Mr. Kucker arretted and tried for at 50 cents, to be delivered at any time be(3 bare her owning on Thursday and Fri criminal libel. tween harvest and October 1st at buyers' day, 12th and 13th, aa stated in Friday' Mcltobtrta eption. T. E Wood sold to Thos. Wilson, REVAKKAnLE. Mr. Ei piper, but still extendr an invitation to the of Bourbon, 2 head of steer calyrs at ladies to call and examine her millinery. showed us a terrapin shell the other day $17 50 per head. FDinville Advocate. She haa also added a nice line of notioni to upon which in distinct characters was cut her stock, "A. O. McR., 1855." It was found by An earthquake and the volcanic erup George i!jnedict recently near Logantown lion consequent, killed 170 people and deThe change of schedule, which went in to efleel on the K C. Sunday, related only and thereby hang a tale. Mr. McRoberta stroyed two towns in Mexico. tells u that in the yenr given he remem II. T. Helton, who murdered Georce to the accommodation train between McRob-erta- , Davis at Greenwood last June and has since and Falmouth, which will hereafter bers that he and bis brother, A. G. now of Dina, Ind., were hunting on been at large, w.ii captured at Somerset. run on Sundays. We learn that a general Capt, Tevis' farm, now owned by Hon. Gabe Thomas Ludwick, of Btrdstown, a change ia contemplated two weeks hence, his brother, who was brakeman on the C. A X. railroad, was run when we tiust the train whicli leave here Lackey, and that quite handy in cutting letters with a knife, over by the cars at Gallatin and so severely at 5 A. M will be changed to 0 or 10 A M took the creature to their homo on Haw injured that he can not recover. The party consisting of George Portman, kins Branch, engrayed the letters and figThe English Commissioner have subGeorge McAlister, Joe Portman and Geo. ures on the shell as given above and turned mitted their proposition to the Virginia Carpenter have returned from their fishing it looe. Two year afterward it was found Debt Commission, It Is stated that the tour to Green river, where they had near George Hopper's, about a mile distant, bondholders' representatives demand $900,-00- 0 luck.and fine eport. The largest anl about 12 or 15 year later Mr. George a year, or about $o0,000,000 principal, catch waa a guar, that measured four feet. Blackerby found it on his place on Rush while the Virginia Commissioners are willwere Branch, about two miles from where it was It was caught in a seine when they ing to allow $760,000 or $22,000,000. after baa and gogglteyes to stock a fish last seen. It was examined by several peoNear Mitchelsburg W. R.Stoutner, an pond here. They got about 50 very pretty ple and again let loose and waa not heard extensive dealer in lumber, who came to specimena of the two latter varieties, yary from again till Mr. Benedict found the h pound to shell a few days ago. Mr. McRoberts eaya Boyle county Beveral years ago from Mans ing in weight from field, Ohio, was found dead on the highway two pounds. the terrapin was fully a largo at the tituo with an empty bottle of morphine by his Ock paper was printed on time and that the name was cut iib it is now and the side. His credit was good and no reaton promptly delivered at the office Friday, but letters show that there has been Utile or no can be offered for hie act. He leaves n wife owing to the carelessness of the carrier boy spread, During the 32 years since then it and so far as Is known his flairs were In it was not takeu to the depot, consequently has covered a distance of five miles and good shape. it wbh not received at the postoflices east of when we consider that he used neither comII. F. Smith has been appointed As hero till Saturday. This in answer from pass nor rudder, it will be seen that for a sistant Superintendent of the South and numerous complaints received from all proverbially slow going animal, it has got- North Alabama Division of the Louisville along the line. It is exceedingly annoying ten around pretty lively indeed. Mr. McR and Nashville railroad, with hia office at after making especial effort to furnish our will take it to his brother when he goes Birmingham. O. W. Putnam haa been apreaders the latest Dens from the convention West this fall and the family will no doubt pointed master of trains, and the office of chief train dispatcher has been abolished. to be subjected to such carelessness, and we prize it as a curiosity for many years to W. A. Killond, assistant to the general shall endeavor to tee that it does not hapcome. manager, has resigned. pen again. t, IloiiEHT Ki.cisEit, fell from the third to the second story in the mill yesterday and was scriouly hurt about the mill-wrigh- 11-- AllTKIITISfcMKSTN. DR, S. Q, HOCKER. ! JOHN BRIGHT, JR. - May 10, SALESMEN WANTED To solicit orJeri fjr our reliable Kuncry Slock. iicxxismarj mi expsuic) on tnimiuion. rorma-neemploy nsot fcu.irjnter'l. Add rem at onct, nt HOCKER & BRIGHT, sutinK ago. 'iil-l- ssi:i.i, iioirii.ii, Nurserymen, bt. Louli, Mo. a- ISL'CCESSOUS TO IV. II. IIlfJUI.V.N.) jPJK01BOMitI.N For Untitling School JIoiiho Tho unilsrulcneil will, until 2dlli of May. ! ta .nllll,v m lte (lualdlinrnlona, uakuf rough mortar joins and to lulld a MUCK SCHOOL HOUW: for common school district No. I, according to plans and inn Mentions In posiesilou ol U. A. Ilinpjr, who will show them to atijono proposing to bid. Tbo Contractor will bo required to complete th building and delirer the kejs to the truitets. The money will be pild on tho com-pletlof the b'illdltiKre rdiog to tho contract. No one nerdspnlr who exnrcta to use brick of tin. !roiotalj Having purcliascd of W. II. Higgiii.s his .stock of Goods, take pleasure in inform- ing their friends and the public general ly that they will continue the General 3Icr- chandiNe trade at the old .stand and ilattcr them.selre.s that by fair dealing and strict at- teudon lo btislticHH lhey will merit n lair slmre of their patron- ajre. does shoddy work. The bid which Is most satis- UClory to tno truiteea will be accepted. Address communlcitloni to J. N. Mrnefra, Stanford, Ky. O A. HANEy, 1 J N. MEN b FIX. 227-- Jt M. C.HAUFX.KYJ HOCKER Now cV IfiltlOIIT. r ICE! I will delWer ICES! ICE! Httnlord or to regular customers In and Ticinlty ererr morning at One Cent Per Pound. Acconnts duo at the when customer quits, 220 tf lose of eacli month Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati Orloans and Toxas Paclflo Railway.) Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orleans, rPnv-na It K. II Ml now. ! .n AW.,, Kmitli Fnef uiriaisa uimij a.wvts.j sflnlirs Cnntl, UU31. ' Vimu, UUlUll Florida, l'JANO TUJTEU hate first-cla- The John Church Company, of Cincinnati, will a I'laco Tuner In Htanlord tho 15th and 80th of May. 1177 Silt Infliction. Leave your orders with Miss ltosi Jllcbards .S. it. A' li. .1. COOIi, Agents. CONDENSED TIMS TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 1, '87. KKA1 DOWN. lti:.I l!l. TKAtNHbOUril. No.l. natty. 7 55 a m 10 50 am No 3. I No." 5. Dally Ex. Hun' Datlr. 1 TltMNS N'Otrit. No, 7. STATIONS No 1. No 4, F.X Dally. L'Te...'lncInnat (leorgetown U'Xluston NIoliolasTlllo . Dally. Dallr. No. 6. 7 No. b. MIQ Daily. Dally. 0.1 PEARSON & CLARK, Wholesale Grocers 1! LEXINGTON, KY. A; 1 t Mnln St root. AV-203-Ci- n 7 35pm 1120 pm 11 47am, 8 02 p m.tl 41 p m am' 8 41 p ml 1221 12 3.1 a in 8 69 p id 12 3.1 a in 12 (5 a in 9 10 p m 12 63 a in 1 53 p m 2 45 p in "!.'!!!!!!! '2'27'aiii . 5 60 a m , r,25p m ... U 30 p m 8 25 am , 5 10pm, 3 3"i a in 8 (Ha tn 9 52 p ra 10 00 p tn .. ,12 30 a m I 7 35 a in 510pm 7 1123am 05pm p iu. 8 10 p in 1052 piu 'tr liarroilsuurg Junction.. Danrllle Junction City .. Kings Mountain ....boraerwt BirmlDgimii Kii'aw .MeriJIan New Orleans Meridian . ,.l rtiatMnooi ..... .Oakdale ..I 6 42 pm 10 25 a in 0 40am . 3 47pm 727am 4 25am 3 20 p 111 7 01! a tn 4 OS a in,, 2 51 p in G27 am ft39a iu .. 2 18pm t547atn 2 06pm 532aui 250a tn 135pm 5 20 a m 2 45 am1 12 43 pm 11 55 a m i20a"m 8 10 10 00 pm 7 10pm 5 00 a in 10 35 pm 10 16 am 7 W) p in 0 20 a 111 I 30 p in 3 15a m 8 00 p m J 00 am' u Li very, Training, AND Teed, 12 7 SALE STABLE! Hating rented the stable on Depot street, I am prepared to train and break hornfs on reasonable tirtus. County Court day trade rolleited. ti. v.t nrr.XTr.n,Ky Htanloid, Z0S-6- 55 a m 30 a m n 45 p in 7 10 p m ,.....VlcEslurc ...... ShraTtport .T. P Junction ....! 2 35 . 7 ' .. 15 ... am 31pm am 80 a in 7 No 9leaTcsOaktlalelallyexept Sunjiy, at 6 15 a. ., ArrlTln; at learca CuatUinooja at 1 00 p. M., arrirln? at OitUl at 7. 4 p. H Mann Uouiloir Bullet Sleeping Crj on a. I through trains. Crnttani at 9 15. No. 10 joti.x Y. JOHN C. OAUtT, Oen'l Slander, K. CAUKOU,. (Jen'lHupt.. W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Soinereet, Ky X. COLUm IN, (Jen'l Tit. A F.m. Act., ItYlX, lst. (Jen'l I'rt. A Pass. Agent MII-T-OTJER- General Offices. 8t Paul llullJins, West Fourth Street, Cine nmtl, Ohio, an elegant line of riprlng and .Millinery, including all t am dally opening 3NT3E37V- - The Latest Noveltiss of the Season. Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars and Culls, Kucnlug, Corsets, Bustles, etc. You will find me at the rooms lately ranted by Smiley A Warren, next door to the Myers House. HATE 1) VI) OK ItAlt. lC2-2- FURNITURE STORE MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. ! rs JNO. M. rKHKINS. UaoDllKtD, KY , May, lbS". Albright A Martin beg to Inform their manr friends and customers oil be change In firm name to R. S.MtaflN. M IKTIX A. Ii;UKIN. Ra Tne new firm hopes, not only to sustain the reputation of tho old, but Intends to inako raauy improvements In tho manufacture ol tobacco which win lie io tne interval oi our customers, wo win deroto special attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past .ivors and asking lor a continuation or your tractc, we remain, itesptctmiiy your. i6(,m .TMtn.Yt& l'MKI.XS. SeiiHon OpeiiH June IhI, 1SS7. d e, Stanford, Ky. We have fixed the prices to suit all and we n want everybody to coma to Hale's Well this and be convinced that this Is the b.st and cheapest watering place in the State ol Kentucky. A golden opportunity is oflered you in board for the month of June and (rum now until tho 1st day of July In cottage rent, so now Is your time to V tl A. U S. come. sea-(o-- TERMS OF BOAIID: June ner wck and August )cr week $0. Cnlldrcn under VI years old and Servants half price; Transient ratis per uay per mcai jc rents, noiei accommodations lor about 50 guosts. Cottages will be rented any time from now until 1st day of July to one week. After the 1st day (molly only at SJ.50 ol July N.50 will be charged. Special ratea will be given two families deslrlnj to occupy the same house. 3 per Horses will be well ctrJ for and fed at week, per meal 35 centi. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charges made, ror further inforaatlon address A. If SVOOSAHOiir., I'rop'r. 8t:Jor fi, Jr Will aluiiys luiyc on linutl a lnrcc; and select Iiuu or Ftirui-tur- o and Undertaker' Woods. My price will lie as low im hiicIi Rood can be nought In Uie eilicH. Give ine a trial and yon will be convinced that 1 nell lower than the lowest. WEAREN & MENEFEE I OR HATE! Valuable Real Estate and Booms. Store '" aMT JBjTr TVp e-X 1 As Exrcu'orol Lewis V. rhiltps, dre'd, I ofler for sale, ou easy terms, the following real estate In and near the growing town ol Lancaster, (larrard county, Kentucky: used as a family grocery room on Hlchmond Street, near Pub Two Store-room- s lic Square, one now used as a Millinery Store, tbt an Undertaking establishment. With other as this block will be sjld II deslrtd a lot of ground One farm with house and other nrcesary Improvement, on the Uxlngton Turnpike, 3 miles trom Lancaster, of 137 acre. miles from Lancaster, One Farm ol 140 acres, S near the Lexington Pike, improved, with houeo and necessary outbul dings. One farm, unimproved, 3 mile from Lancaster, Ky., on the Lexington Turnpike of 73 acres. Aud also a tract of J W acres on Gilbert's Creek, about I ulles from I.ancaitcr. As executor, l desire torell all tins property. I am empowered by the will to nuke deeds to It, A Hue chaLce Is now otleiet to thjso desiring homes or Investments For lull particulars address mr Attorney. II. T. Noel, Laucuter, Ky or the undersigned at Stan- ji.i'iiMi.Mi-n- , lord, Ky. 20U 3m. Executor on Public Square ol said One Brick Store-rooroom. town, now used u A Ono frame Store room on the Public Square, now dry-goo- VxTXyV 1 aJt lnrrT--J' iV adjoining. Cor-ingto- n Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve is larger and more complete than ever; behides fore, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road a. All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles Has any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. tOine aim see our nnc assortment ueioru n is uroxen. J. H.IIKE.ARt., BUSINESS I desire to cslabliHli agencies tliroufflioutoftltc State or for the sale one Olilo, flllCHt and undoubtedly WEAREN & MENEFEE. UtmtniiYlMe, Ky. one-fourt- season. sale ing IjooltH imbllslictl 1 of tlic fustCHt gelltill Wall Paper, BHfcife)bYTHpBNr x; of this ook has been unpreceThe dented, the first edition of 3000 copies having been sold In less Cincinnati and ntontllM icinity. Only such parties as are and provided with thetry best of references, can avail themselves of this rare opportunity. Tor full particulars address, tlirec titan Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Fullland Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. thoroughly reliable, experienced HARRY G. RUST, Geit'l Agent, 711 Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio. B. K. WTEAREIff, Stanford. St HUSTONVILLE, lonrnal LINCOLN COUNTY . Far tho Interior Journal, TO M. T, OF STANFORD. Years not a few bare sped their flight Mceo last I saw thee, lovely maid, Then thou wert allot life an J light, School trustees niut Bend Id their cen-u- b report at once, or ther mty be left out entirely, Dr. Brown eitcrificed to the barber hie howy ROAtce and now etipporle a neat of Uurnide, nukin? blra ".bout the hand omeet man iu the countf . J. E. Hufiman is making preparation or a rousing Sunday ?chool awociation at Libertr, Caecy countr, on the 21th and 25th iaat. Visitors mar be assured of a pleasant reception. J. B Green beieby tenders l.i most jincere thanka to the tutuy friends who have remembered him a fiilhfuliy on the irool question. When his present encase merits are filled ho will have handled pounds of wool during the season. He highest market "h mill reidy to buy at the In gltldhood'a elflih air arrayed. Like butterfly didst thou appoir, from place to place, Flittering Now noruetimea there, noir sometlmei here, With pretty artless glrMlah grace. Thy heart was given atl to play, Thy smiles to young companion'! feats. From older looki thou dldat away, Coyness and pouts were half thy sweets. Metbougbt "When that young bud la full Oh' what a precious flower will be, So pur and sweet, what hand will pull It, I do wonder, frem lti tree?" Ah' thou lust not Hut short, I ween, Of the prediction that was made; The beauty, then but faintly seen, It now at last iulty dhplayed. Bucklen's Arnica Sahe. The beat Salve In the world lor Cuta. Bruises Soros, Bait Rheum, fever Soret, Tettor, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corna and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Tiles, or no pAy required. I, la guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction, or monoy refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For aale by Ponny A McAUater. An Old Citizen Speaks. Mr. J. M. Morris, an oil cltliia of Itome, Oa. aaya that be had been badly troubled with Kidney Complaint for a great many years and with Eczema for three years; at times could scarcely walk, and had tried many roinodlcs without ben efit, before he began taking Electric Hitters and anointing hla handa with Bucklen'a Arnica Salre, This treatment afforded him great relief and he atrongly recommends Electric Hitters to all who sutler with Kidney Complaints or need a Blood Purifier. Bold by Penny A McAUater. 11 i ''Xfffr'i in-- , Ssu THE COMUIKEU STALLION, SECOND JEWEL. This fine, ombtnrd aUUon will mtko the n atable uoar, Hhalby Cllr, in couuty, on the Bhelby City. A Knob Lick Turnpike road, at Lin-rol- MOTHER MAKES nt $15 the Season, or $20 to; Insure. t BP S 13,-tO- O prices. f Mother i to wayward eon) -- I eaw you kissing the aervant girl on the stairs. WayA( 810 lo IiiHiirc u MvIiir Coll. ward aon That's just about the 'zj of it. Hels 4 years old. hands hnjh, a beautiful ma COMMENT. CURRENT hoony bay. with fine mane and tall and a perleMother Well, ain't you ashamed of your Jlll. M , I It'll 310.MI KV. tl.lnral ...,1. .... nitl and Hubble'a. nouir ijui.f. ) No. 3il, Standard l nderltul; A. TMt .Vl rilre.1 by democrats conduct'.' 5:n Nc; that's the servant girlV Denmark, known as On Time With ao excellent a ticket the will atand B. irst. am, Molll. MounU. by Obbu.'. ! Kentucky ought to run their msjority op privilege, and I don't propose to rob her of second dam by 1 oung America he by For a good Table it. Messenger, third dam l.y Miller's lltuinsfkTaylor a Mt An stallion, Welch, will mite the season of TCovington Commonwealth. to 50,000 whlrh And clean acd well furais'ie.l rooms, this Hotel 1887 at niv plaee, known aa the John Lloyd &.-- . ..it,. rrn.a n : it, ... .v.. ...nuuuiui..r." -An exchange says to its readers: "Please hm no aurln-- . Uwt laraple rooms attache.1. ... ,..r ...,., ..""..."" - ' Thurman farm, I' juilln from Shelby Cllj" anil luurm mm ,T j.mti ilium, one D. Harria behaved bo grace-ral- ly Hon. John y between lh Stanford A Uinvllle and Uanvllle Two mill from Lani aster, ou Ibe Stanford pU at I .e eft race hoixof hl.day, tidb dam by Uaay ttriU!fai).erdiy. A Huaionvllle Turnpikes at in retiring from the race for governor hand in your local items when tbey are Wt.. alw atand at the aame place my Ooe .in fresh. We don't like to publish the birth TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON t ii to make many people almost regret that of a child after it is woaned, a marriage af$10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT defeated.-Lexing- ton Obserfee had been With prlvllegeof return In IMS or ISO Insuriore. Money due when colt is foaled or mire partter the honeymoon is over, or the death of ver. ed wtn. Arthur 81ms Is by (en. Knoi, 10. he by Ver- At Ittmuvr it I.fvlnu Colt Mm a man after his widow is married again " Welch Is 16 hai.ds hljh an I tji ilrrd br mont Hero. Ac Ills dam waa IjiJy Arthur, iy eyduaat weaimigilmeor when mare It parlol The ticket ia excellent; it haa on it only William Welch, dam (lay. by frank Wnlford, llourlion Chief, by Maaibrino ( blef, by Mambrlno with llels a rwn jack with while IwliiH. ' aire of Cookoo, recrd2?', teron I dam by Joe Paymaster, .te. Arthur Sims Is a bay.H', hands, vjartoi. in uf Jjii If President Cleveland is aware of Mr. bands hlgb Haw-Ju- t ie name of men held in high esteem by Hloner, 3.1 dam by a dray Kagle hor. He baa smail blue, right hlnl loot white, foaled in I Hi. and it ia altogether wor- Dmna's recent attacks upon him he probt-blseveral colts that are of fine, gooJ alia and atyle He Is a handsomely (Siilihedcolt and fcriJ to atay. 'e? f.!iM."a "kSalluJeiin.l. shals aired ly ien of all parties, Me breela large add la a aure foal getter, and la He haa been haudUd a Utile and promises well King I hlltip. dam by Momaitle ard be by regards them with the tolerable thy of the largest democratic msjority ever of kind dlapoiitlon, A Wdr can drive blia In He combine the atralns of the handsome Ulna Jim Porter This lark ha. i.rn.t hi..n . Courier-Journa- l. aafety. He wu never handled a day for speed Hawk and stout Mambrlno (."hie I families, an is a J oe breeder of the blacksmith, who said of his taut. eeral ol hi. r.ln I..i ..., .. but shows good trotting action. de.irable.Kxk horse, and on bis sire's side trace weaning lime brouht one hundred do lara. Taken altogether the ticket is a strong wife's castigationa, "they amuse her and twice to Imp. Meuenger and twice on bis dam's J. K.AJ. It. I'.ltlUN, side. (Stanford, K'the republicans, prohibi don't hurt me." -- Providence Journal. . toe, and unless At the same rlare and on th uma terms Mares kept In auy manner deslrel, al owner a I will alo aland my Jack, WILLIAM LVLE, at rlak. Jionista and union labor people poll a reT. A.K I. MX. N. lleiaa.t-jear.olblack, 14' , bands high and Lancaster Ky A young l.dy recently received the fol markably large vote the customary 40,000 hasjulred by Lyie'a tinportel Ja. a, and out of a "You good Jennet. safe margin. lowing note and is heart-broke- n: majority will Btand aa a pretty fins. Knox, HO, Standard I nder Itule.i, the tire GEOllGF. It EXULE31.XS. 01 Arthur Sims, was brl by Daniel llauslU. Ilrtl;-Tortneedn't sped me up to ytire houee no more This flnealalllor will make the seani.i .. lra-mrftrm- , Louisville Commercial. Vt.,and waa foaled In l&M. He wttby rrmol 3 lalles Irom Starford on the tar, Hero, 111, lat dam by riearrher ran of Harney UsuSenator Harris made a game fight in the sunda nite: a gurl wat leayes gum a stick ! AM V JAUDI.KisTALI.loN, THE ry, 2nd llunsden Mare by Ultra Hlr Charh s, aon of fori and Danville pike in' oo the parlor chairs for a feller to sit on face of overwhelming odds and finally Duroc. lUcordl'.JI',, public trial at it. years ul! 2:21. 815 a COM'. inevitable in so manly a manner ain't no surl fcr me Jim." with records Among the ! ! 2 SOor letter, get of Oen Ko..x LalyMaudJI In I'l slHUTION AND Pl.DH.Itl.I. -V- ermo-i , are thefjiliiKiiig The Time to fairly capture his captora 1 Lille Maria Liwia, five yeirs old whs Camort 2.l''4 Independent.) i 21', OHUtt Knox llauib elnnlan if a bin k horse, r.i.le.1 In 1st.' MlLT which fought him from the start to the fin told 2.2tJ4, Kmperor Knox 2.27' j. Knox 2 2V1,, ulor ten htti.lt hUb, two while ferl b.lilnd alre'l all b that the Misiissippi Riyer wsp la a rich mahoony bty 2.23, Knox Boy 2J.I',. Peacrfu) 2 .'. Harry pank foaldfd Jlav 1, is; " ..I....... ..cMu, uy itjt.jia.rt iiainbietuman laf .7?- -' ib, hopes to have the pleasure of support-ra- clle-- l the Father of Waters "How is j3tr Mewenger Knox 2 30 His sons, Col. Kits dam KalB(Jrlmef, by (illPa 152 handa nigh, heavy mane aud tale Is strletly er2 30; eruiut, 2nd dan. Ills, k "wan, by llelm'a Yorkahlre, by Imp York. finxand lancy, Is both a Ditui.il and pleasant sad- worth, Couiun, Cromwell, Kclalre, l.mpernr Willhim for tlov. Buckner's successor in "If it is tht, Miss Mattit?" abe dler, brteds fancy, and a more uniform breeder of iam, (ien. Knox. Jr (in. Ltghtluot, (tllbreth, tU.re, :ird dam Little Kully. by Wagner br .Sir - Louisville Times. - -- -. Knox, Jules Jurgensen, Knox Floy, In Morris, Charles, by hlr Archy, 4tb dam Eralfr Wpefj. t r , aad'lleracan not be fitunl blgti-ta1301. w Vwl He is atyle the Fsther of Waters it ought to be Mis'tr on Iwth sides tothe third generation, is backed Phil (Jheildan, M Llmo, Whalebone Knox, and Imp Leviathan, Mb dam by l'ackolet, tith dan be When the race fcr Governor was made S'PPi--up by thorough. brel on bom aides, making him Woodlord Knox have sired the following with ureendrlver 7th dam by Maryland Ph.. nix. m'i ' very active and sprightly In gait, in lorni and records of 2 30 or belter Iron Age 2 ID', Capllola dam by llatiliibal dam by PlIXy l.y tlowe' jip the least known of the candidates was Prank I 2 2'',. Nellie Walton --' 2' finish a perfect model, lie was sire 1 ly the noble 2 22' i.iniiy,."M iu nrii.eaMiii.1 llook..I page.; The F emingburg 'lime saye tht John of Madison county. ToJohn D Harris, dump'er Denmark, hi by fioddard's Denmark, Lhsnoa it 2.27, Kanny M. 2.2U1,; Walla, e .' J , Vnw nl llambleloulan iaa tine big hira Peck has it cow which gave birth tu 42 Oalnca A Cromwell's Demo .irk h by tho Uthalr2:'. Maul Muller 2 i i. Kitty Motna riaeityleai.d g.. I Iwne, aud a tore iireelr! he by day ho ia ooe of the beat known men in airei , l. libretti by WlliUm Web h, I he tire i.l Chub'iiT; John ri. Hrala hrso Denmark be ).y fniortel Hedtfurd Piinr i,iroti. cilves at one time. O.ie wag half the tiu-a- l Hliadow i s, llaiub n ivDot : ." Maid 2 27' I Ills 1st dam waa aired by olr WjIUio, he by Xentuck.7 When all the facta are given U. Jeremiah i.K' Bw.io T i.nir... lr,,.......,... 2 30. Arthur T. .' " Copeland 2 1, Itlark Wallacp, be by sir Albert (thorough.tier WHUiii IVeirh wat ilrnl I, a'z and the others were about the size of Dealers In bred) second dam by Vrglnlus (dam ol Virgliilus Nun, picer, 2 T.Vit Hoi osty, pacer, 2 2;, Ac 211, Il.iiibtetmilan, prlvuie ihmi.I .'S, in ,u, t1B ;$ it will be shown that he made a remark-.solAM were deid and the cow soon died ..f llo.len'a Prime, i il. and by Imp. Iriial.-- vg,,. lir Tranby, tboruiign bred) he by the elehrated race. He has drawn to him many rab. dam Whip, (otto ) arid a.re of twetit) mile. Irutlcr, Ttm. msre too. Groceries, Hardware, Glass- Maton'amake I be3 seasun aufWhip at my farm, 3' Will HS7 te, 2 dam by a xmof Maiubilno, by I tup Moij. &ousandof friends, and comes out of the miles from Hiistnnvllle, near ('ar)ieiiter's siatluii, iter. Vaunoiit Ndtiga grand aon oi tbo What a Cumatk. Sunnv day, skies fcotfy contested bilt'e withoul any of the MESSENGER BREEZE I djk allambletoultn tue craiKlett aire llgnat'. P,t aud wll be permitted to serve marea Ji ware, Queensware, Etc, I, Ill's Vermont cmmbltt d, backeil by tin au are c!er, hip, honr ! sprintr is here, II in- tborouK. ben a! tii up:n his garments that ha SIO the NeiiHon or $12.50 Jo im, ..i.l in... mi tux a nor.e, i.ya.r k a lla- , VauArsdale BuildlLS, Weloulan, by A Wallah, ton nfJIamlrliio dim ihr;vn at him by hired blackguards from nels til. Dismal day, cold and cough, Httre a IJvIiik Coll. lr Imi). helbt.under.2 ilam by lllan. . Maiuhletom' Full brother to Maud Mestengei 2 b'.1,. by sigh ST.. ai.,3dam by Imp. Mraseuger. Maria coinmlttrvl to my tare ami breeding will sue cud of the Stale to the other. His action pseiiuon'a. Fannels op, hot as fire, Chief, alreot Maud Mestenir, ild1,. Urn pTKonil attention Boston Courier. i.lll't Vermont by IMwtilng'a Vermont tire C drais furnished at convention will be in keepie;; and e rjaa end perspire jj lhedamofl.ulg.ua 2 Hi latdam by dlumbu. rcasouaule r.ites, to ba paid lor before the remova-o- f t Murvel r.ii, Barkiey'a)ton ol Columbtia, tire ol (onulen No re.ponlblllty for acrUenta or of the inau. Whenever males tth ths character We agree with Bob Burdett in the moil Prompt i'.irtlng wiili i.ures fjr'olts the liiauranee. 1st dam (ientle BrtfM, slru ol IVirl 2 SO, jl J2 .'n.l dam by llerira 'd. aire of the dams paying customer aro remay 2 21; 3.1 dam by Malihlcc. aire of Ihe io baa had occasion to epeak his mind be truthful saying of his life: "God wasted J. STEELE CARPENTER. of the dam i.l Maud Messenger Jtlii't and, Peal dam of Climax 231. (sill's Vermont It ibe aire c" spectfully invited to come to Una done so plainly, honestly and bravely. mud when he made the man who, after li.inner Ifciy 2 .'3. lllack Maria 2.26',, Jji,jr y,-- . j:j5,'. an.ugsii z.iuii, nito alro of inc .mini ni seo us early and often. Siayartycan depend upon it that he will taking a piper for six month', ordered it 2nd dam KJttyltlveis.tbodsm Jul llerlle i.lil. (JamUtta Wllkea 2.2i! 'llie King 2 20',, NhIIiV The com-n- stopped without paying up arrears " ut ehfrk h single responsibility. 23S'CulIaw2 2S' I'earl 2 M. Udf iiarlai l,' reeor d Beatrica2 recordof 3 tuliutes, 3i., Udy Palthen 2. V, . and CITIZENS NATIONAL BANk" election promises to be the liveliest in and aire oi tho aeconl t.&'t, by Alexander's Alxlillah, sire of lloldimlth The Hou. Ueorge Biocrolt, eightv-si- x dam of Phil ThoiiiPton 2.IU. and John D Hie history of Kentucky, Ilvsdyk't HaiiiMetonlan, by Ahlallah.aire ol years old and in vigorous health, eays peo-p'- e or i.4A'c'.sti:k, kv, Maid. Bar Stallion foalded a Isl. Iu hands high, Is Waiter 2.27. lat dim by Chat. Kent mare by Imp. Sarria ia one man who can forget the by Messenger Chief, 1st iUiu by Vermont jr., 'i 3rd dam by lid Jaikit, tlru uf the dam ti, j i are injured a greit deal more by eating - 8i:i5,O0OOO dam by Imp. Scythian, 3 dam by Bonner's (iray u.iiuuiiucri .uu uuiu une r.re. ur iiiitmn it- -. CAPITAL made upon him. He will put i.ftonnn;3ril dam nllverlhll by Imp. Messenger 4 dam by Onstott'a Telegraph. by taking an extra gliss of too much than Kaglo, Koolucky Wilkes Uyadyk'a Hambletunlaii Is the slrn of Nettle list, by Ab ills aire Messenger Culef, 2 In 2 to the wheel in August for the wine 2H Maud Mestenger, lull alater to Measau,er llreeie. and 3. olbera with n cord, or.' .10 or better alsor.' at dinner. Messenger, '1 ilam This Bank solidta accounts of Individuals, (inns dallnb I'llot, dam br3 Mambrlno Imp. Napoleon: Commercial. nominee.-CLouisthe by Mainbrino Chief, dam by t had a record when I yoara i.f 2.2Vi nt S years .'.2 ords dams ol Trinket 2.11, and JJolhera with recn(2.30or better A rorrespondentsiya the ice palace is still and corporations. Its facilities lor making col- dam by Tempest: Messenger Chief sired Maud Toabow the arbitrary power which Ytrmontc.Downlng'a) by Hill Black Hawk lections, In all parta of the t'nlted States, are un- Messenger 2.1B'1, .Marvel 2.28, (ius 2,23 aud many atC years 2.20 and at 7 years old won the t . COO Ireof b ban Allen 2 , Vermont i Downing permit tobe con- 00 feet hiifh. and presents the appearance of surpassed, and cutomers are at all tlmea granted others destined to win tamo on tho turl. ai ina Iabnin j orgaatzxtions is a Iro oftb.daint ol Ktugma2 2ii, ami alto airs o Alidallah I'llot, by Alexandst a Abdallah: dam purac at Cleveland, Ohio, Iu 2 ia slowly melting any reason alio accommodatlocs tbey see proper Blandlna, by Mambrlno Chief; aecond dam of their 'bodies, the a picturerrpe ruin. It the dam of Mambrlno Brute, theaue of Belle a ferred upon portions the lame year. 1831, Sept. llth, she beat the crick and occasionally an ice block comes tumb- to ask. Wo beg to offer our aervlces to the citidam, 2.21 ',) by I'arker'a Hrown Pilot. Ab tase-othe ahoe lister at Cincinnati may Hlll'e tllack Hawk, by tiheituan Morgan. Dam Thompson a match race for(iV lied Wllkes-P- hll 1 Jim 3 year-ol- d zens ol neighboring counties, without Banking dallah Pilot aired Plckard 2.1 IK; ling down a fast trotting mare. Hlli'a Bla k Hawk It th4 reco d 2.28; Mcaainger Chief sired Maud cited. Three hundred ahoe laaters have Mr. Crlt Davla will aire of Helta ofriaratitra i ?. I inr.l 000, ln3.C'4-2.ITK-- 2.1 is facilities, and assure them that anj buatneaa aent ri Allen 2.2SJ4, and Vouug America 2 2i and it aire of the Queen of Eogltnd's us shall at all times have prompt and faitblul at The pay-rcl- l Alexander's Alidallah, by Krslyk's Hamble-teolaued Ihia waek the enfircad idleness of aend her a(aln thla year tbroiuh the grand cir- of thedam. of Blanche 2.23', (Ien Tweed 2.2'i' dam Katie Darling. Alexander's Abdal500 operative in the factories who didn't household shows an official rat catcher at teutlcn. lah Bind Uoldsmlth Maid 2.14, Iloiallnd 2.21k; cuit aud aaya he expects to lower her record to 2 10 Tennet.ee 2 27, and also Ihe louuderof th areat Tboradale 2.22, Major Ediall 2.2'J; Ut. Elmore or 2.12. Mcsacnger Ilrcexe Is at promising !as she Blatk Hawk (amllv, lhat has Iu the an 1 DIHECTOnsti wree with them Inregudto the point at Windeor, at a salary of $S0 per annum, and temale line JWof 2 30 or better representa-tive- a 2. SO. Ha also aired Almont, Belmont, ITelaora, iwiie-- . Hnelby Chief, together with the dams of Jerome waa at Hie saino age. They did not strike for higher wa-,- en and another for Buckingham Palace at $60. J. M. IIIOGINHOT1IAM, Columbua (Itarkley'a), by Old Columbus, tire o iuy i.i'iii, Kane inuuieion - J, tun rnunaer or shorter hours, but for their interpreMessenger Breeze It a' beautiful red bay, Id hands Confidence 2 24. Dam, a Meuenger Mar.. 2.2oV.elc. John Eunyan used the slang expression, LEWIS V. LEAVU.L, JOEL J VVAUKtK, Old Columbus. 2.41k:, convsrted pacer, brought Messenger Chief, Jr . will nuke tne present ReaJ W. LO AN, J. 8. JOHNEON, tation of the proper way in which future muscular and strong, from Canada. Hire ol(!nnfi,Ln-- . - i u ...i.;,J .. son at my place I' j miles from Huston vllle on the high, "It's a cold day for them," in an essay L. P. HUBBLE, T. M. AKNOLD, i ,:...;; k'..i Brad foidsvllle pike, t Jiaigreementa between employee and Co. of aspeedy conformation and theredoes not exist lumbus2 3,V. and a so a reof H. O. M I'LL! KB against the P.otnan Catholic clergy, which JOS. SIMPaON, ih. .i.m. r Ben s should be arbitrated. a liner tptiliuen ol the on Kentucky aoll Purl Niuele2 220 years old. 810 TO IN8UBE A LIVING COLT satisfied makes the phrase about l 2.37J4 (10UOK Columbua la lh !,. ..e ll n 30 b the operativea in the city were trotting bred horse and coming as he does from a 0'telttrpifoimer.,ul he has I sona Money due when colt ia foaled or mare parted aired 11 2 30 or better pnMorruera ) Old Colu"- tth the methods of arbitration already Drunkenness, or Liquor Hablt.can be Cured by with. Mates will be pastured at 12 per month, produclrg family, Lit alrr, hlsiMin.'aud his gran J. M. HIGOINBOrUAM.PItEsT. ouaiamoiuuuueroiinat-aiuiubu- a family, which uui i win uoi ie rrspooaikie mr amuenia. but the absence of one branch of administering Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. belDg producers of spool, be Is Juat ttn blood wat to the I.'ast what she Jr.! alt LEWIS Y.LKAVELL, It. iUCGIIJtiiX. waa to Kentucky. TIWH. V. MUnuxhost necesauy a ceaaation of liustonviiie, kind ola horse to make a lasting Impression on ibe trade made It can be given In a cup ot coflee or tea wltli-pJ. P. SANDU'EB, CASHIEK, atautord.Ky ot the person taking It, efttio B. r. II UDSON, TELLEH. MyHuiTlon, all along the line. It is such caaea aa fecting knowledgeami permanent cure, whether lilt progeny. a speedy ssaeorl allyrerirawenJ youilltnii.i,. ifm.,l ftia that convince thinking people that the Hie patient la a moderate drinker or an alcoTar.. In knontauitUjnjrth r, $30 TO IXSL'ltE A MAllK IX FOAL. IiEB F. UUFirUAN, always, nor in-- holic wreck. TlioimmW of drunkards have I TU kboroiganizitioni do not an.l Cleat. II. Y Will make the present se.in .u .11. Hit ITU been made temperate men who liae taken tlio fOo.r.oiM4 am i.1 IVtlilra lot t rnn.l I.r. able, and In e.try i,. ,j generally, secure the freedom and ele- Golden Specific Iu their colleo without their eitMtGEOtV cautBiricur.. Il,t UGH Jl.l.'S,i miles iruu ofiulud, im the Money due when the fact Is arttrtaltied, or war? 8TANFOKD, KY. l"iilvuiitlil..io Homer el pike at $tO to instill a lliinu parted with or bred lo auothcr horse. Will unke thrall-Joknowledge, and believe they quit drinkWf4.nl trtba ction of labor, but impose upon it a colt, aame londliinn. .uabjre. Me Is a tinecoiii. Alettt A-- I.t.k, ing of their own free will. No harmful eilect ljatruiChe!:tlCa. w dooi. bined borne, IU bauds high or good st)l aud ic lie tcastn el 1187 nu thofaiiuof orat. -- south side Main Stree and degredation worae than the results from Its administration. Cures guarano Cincinnati,! tlon and has proveu lilmsoif a siler.did hrn do ta iiyers Hotel; It Oil EHT JIvA L ISI Kit. power of monopoly -- HsrroaV teed. Send fnr eltviilar and full particulars. Gas administered vb Ohio. J. It. It.llUIIJIASKy. nir. Addrria In roiildHi.v (lOi.tir.; MpKCU'lC Co., llU .. troas OxlUe Sollbf r'rutttta Atom I "Mtlir J t llu wivlllle, ibdlti'..t-- n . . i....i t.at Uluu tesz Democrat. Tell-wisher- An election for towa cflieen wag held Hustonville on Saturday, resulting in it ilevatiug to civic dignity Dm. It. Brown jnd Ei Alcorn, Hugh Logan, E D. Kennedy and G D. Westherford as trustees. Jiiu Ooode oajx there is Lope for the town since its cflichleare mostly doctors and not a resident lawyer, preacher or mlooniat in the ylace. IVacock called out tiuurday an of euckling colts, the progeny of his korse, Balinbroke. The number presented vas not very large, only about S, I believe, 5ut every specimen was decidedly tine. It will doubtless be gratifying to Stanford, jrhereehe i so well known, to learn that Eellie Biurne, bore cff the honors with her infant prodigy, which has bjen duly mined bonor of Fred Peacock. Brother Billou is cottinuing his meet wi'b cammendable diligencs Ilia con toz jregations are good. Oj SuuJsy the ut Vsndance was very large and embraced rep jsentativea of every shade of religious With; the germon was of a character to meet he wants and views of all. A touching Itatme of tho service was the reading of an nrnett appeal from the former minister of W.L.Williams, now hfs church, I Its tender his bed bv ickneM. lonfined to and gentle adaiui'tlocs eeemed to lccenta f roduce a thrilling tflact on those to whom Brother Bjrke gives Jhey were addressed be erpects to preaci at the Bip aotice that list church in thispltceon the o.h Sibbatb afthia month and asks the Sanday school people, pirenta and children, teachers and to be present. a exhi-kiliou upon his prostrate victim, and shaking his in the infti'ihle Mr. Cuson'e face, hiss cd out: "If you wasn't the County Judge, d n yon, I'd mtul hell out of you'" Sam Burdett iu Courier-Journa- l. ti-t Most Excetlent. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxtllle, Tcnn., writes; "My family and, I are beneficlarlea of your most excellent medicine, Dr. King's New DiscovBut who shall claim thea now to wear, ery for Consumption; having ,foiind It to bo all Sweet iloweret and thy fragrance hoard that you claim for It, desire to testify to Its virIs there no right for me to share tue. My friends to whom I have recommended It No hope' Oh' sty one little word. Dr. King's New praise It at every opportunity." Discovery for Consumption la guaranteed to cure April 4, '8 Ilonr L. Darts. Coughs, Colda, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and evI iaj reminded of n dttliculty which oc ery atlectlon of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Tricuired it jpod many years ego in Mt. Ver- al Bottles Frrc.it Penny A McAlIster'a Drug Store. Thlat powder novr varies. A marvel ol purity, strength and wholeaomeoeu. More economical non, Kr , between Mr. Carbon, the County Largialxo. 81. than the ordinary kinds, and can not b sold Judge o Ktckcastle, and Wm. Dyer, a competllon with the multitude of low teat .short oigm alum or nnospnais ow.iors. Mi.iontr in comewhit iccentrio character from the etna. 10C Wall Street. New Skaegs' Creek neighborhood. ork They fell "When llkliy wm sick, wo gave herCaatorla, into a dispute about a horse trade, which When she naa a Child, abr cned fur Castorla, ended in the County Judge being knocked HOI Si;, When alio became Mist, shit clntig to CastorU, down by Dyer The latter eealtd Limaelf Wlieu alio had Children, ahe gave them CastorU SOMKUSKT. KV J. J. POWDEE Absolutely PureHIlIXKIiKY - and I'KDltiakX Second Jewel la a blood bay, with black inane and tall, I i bands . Inches high, with Une atyle mid action. He la t Cunning, jreara old this spring, was sired by ham'a Jewel, ho by tho famous old Washington Denmark, First dam, Minnie, by McDonald's Halcorn; second dam by Wells' Cunider, third dam by a aon of Davy Crockett fourth dim a valuable old saddle mare, pedlgrco unknown. Mr. II. C. l'arvlna Old Minnie, dam nftfi-cnJewel, waa a premium animal from a coll up to nil aged mare. Second Jewel has been ahown 31 times and worn the slick lie 31 times --defeated only three tlmea. will alo stand at the aame stable, the tins youngjack. dL ln'nld bo UNI a few monthi lcforo conCucmca'- -. n 1 for liook "To MoTiiKite," lua.kil fr-Iliiuirir.ii) ltn.iiJkTOii Co Atln.'.a, ( sas a IP qo t ujI I In Young Black Hawk, he by Velocipede, Caldwell's he by Itobertaon'a fampsin, lie by Imp. Mammoth II It. dam waa by fetlzall'a Black Hawk second dam waa raised by Stiles Maxwell an I waa an Imp rlrdjitk. Money due when the cdt i Ijalcd or mra r.irlid with Lien relaluel on all colls till reason charges aro paid. Pasturage will be furnished al reasonable rates, Parting with mares forfelta Hie Insuranrr it $S to Inmiro'ti l.lvc tolt. He Is black. II bauds S In lie. hhih. He was sired BLACK HAWK, K. II. lOX- Tlio Photographer, r. T.s.tMiuwi:, Fhelhy City, Ky Danville iv. II. II. ItltlXKIiKY, l'KOl'ltlCTOK. a 'r Some r.f our Northern republican ex changes affect to think that Mr Sherman left i profound impression and stirred up a great deal of enthusiasm in Tennessee. The fact i that Mr. Sherman barely rippled the pulittcil surface and made no great impre"ion even upon his own pirly. The only time he awakened any enthui asm was when he mentioneJ the name of James G BUine. Toen, indeed, his repub licaa auditors broke forth into such a thunder-storm of appUu'o that it fairlj took the old mn's breth. N'sahville American A merchant in Louisville recently bung tbit" sign on his door: "Oving to the death of Mrs. McCall, of A. J Res, this store is mother closed. The one minute coffee and tea pot will be on exbibitioa two daya after store in-lt- w ATTORNEYS AT LAW, LOUISVIbtiE. opens Thta Hotel la new In every respect and la titled up In excellent at vie. The lab'e shall always be Is by Krlrasan (? In 2 tdll.l.i by Mrmbrino t n rt. auppllH with thn dellrirtes ut the seon and the by Mimbrlno Paymaster, dam thedam ol Ooliab ! rooms clean and comfortable lUtesll.M per day. 2 30. Ilia auna aired . aud his daughlera are the dams of 18 in the 2 3o list. Erirs.ou ia half brother to I rlc, record ( 2 (touiirr at old and sdd tu al a four-yea- r TRUSTEE'S SALE I am now prepared to take orders for all kinds ol that agelorSI0.OX). plants and will htvt- - tln-- ready at any time neclatdam by llodoc by old Pilot, alreot Pilot, Jr., essary. My plinta are from the beat seed and are (I2ln2 SJll't ) Pilot slrel the daiua of Jay lye 10, I i V,,Nulwol warranted to U' the best COAIa LANDS ! tve.2 2. SOMa ill MembrluoCbtcfslred Ijiay and 21 2lG-t- d In the llt lhoru O. XKU'It.l.Mt. 2.H',, Wooillbtit Meuibrlno 2.2H,. Brlgnell Stanford IN HARLAN COUNTY. rtay llenrr Klska Mambrlno Chief 2:'W'i, By virtue ol a deed of trust rite led In lue 2 29U, Meuibrlno Hlar S.M', MeJibrino 1'ik.t as trustee by Inn (foulard Coal Oil and Mining 2 27, North mar i.Jt.',. Erkwon, Jr., U a aoild black, i haoda high, ComnauT, bearing date the 1st da ol .'une, I!7s, and welgha I,2ii0 Iba. lie la a burse that rim-luend- a I wlllKll.on LONDON, KV. hlinwlf even If he bed no li.ree. But poeaeiulng F.B.TULEV, Proprietor. MAY 1VT1I, 1SS7 one of the Ibe hluod lhat he doea atwukl make him grands I atalllous Iu Kefitucky. lee will to ,f'r cash, 10 er i snt At Thoroughly Itcuoinlcil unit Itrfiir-ulnlit- at time of aalemaud the balaocc within to le paid thirty aaya Pure thereafter, at the Norlolk Heal I'Matw Kxchange, llirnncliotit. rirtt-cl- u ITiTO l.NSLHK A .M.VIJK IX Irny mill nluht No. t Commerce atreet Norlolk, Mr;lala. to the anil roitHoiintilc hlglifst bidder at public auction all that certain tains nrc met liy polite l'orlorx of tliln THACTOl I, A NO ttnve)el by the said deed, Parting with or moving iu ire out ol I In netgh-Iwbvo- d 20"-Gr- u. reu lers money due. Ilnuie. situated In Harlan county, In the Mate of KenWill also slacd tucky, on the Poor Ko k ot the Cumberland illver. WSI. AYRKS. J IS U dtVK.NS, latitude ST degrcea, longitude v( degrees, and Notary Public. bounded and described In said deed as beginning at three (maple, black oik, aud ihntnil trei standing on a spur oa the north aide of the lilg At Ood the same conditions as He has lilac k Mountain, running thence north 1,240 poles proveu hlmsell to be superior breeler, having to--a stake, thence north (0 dm , east l.O.'l pofes to prikluredtomeol Ih Ust mule In thia ant adaatake, aoutn I.G90 poles to a stake, theme south joining counties and Is alt a roud JeMiet Jack 60Urg.. west 1,021 pole totwoaugar tree, theme Hels ' t hanls high, iivarlv blaik. with iut'.y 311 Fifth Street, north 230 poles to the place ol beginning, contain-te- n utnta and gtutral make up 1st c aaa, to b thousand acres of land, ICY. cf coal ol the most valuable and believed easily full K. N. 1'OWRI.I., aciuslily. and from Huatonvltla, an cessible to mining, Kit, JOIIX S. Tl'VKTrustee. A Vt miles Turnpike load, L'ncoln the Huatontnie Itooma.land S, Cromte Blnck. (IMly.) Liberty ouuty, Ky 221-- t. Leigh Bros. A Phelps Auctioneers. d. URICSSOIV, JR., r.lr! VLAXlsS J. ;, BELGIUM, vvniijioKs, old an Pramos Mntlo to Order. VALU.ilILK l''t Will make the iwwn ofl8: at mr a'ab'ei u pike leading irom nianfArd to Crab ( hard . mllea from the latter place. Itelgluiii waa hrougnt fr.m Ul.lo , w.TMr,. I 2.:, .TACKMOX HOUSE, THUItSDAY, dapptegray, mane and tall, of ,1.. aenl action, and uroven htm v.if a g j breeder Mveralol hla colt. ha,BglWBk,, fr ,un on K1""iicKliiBey, have hlarulla, arerrlerreil la. 1 he jack. Mogul, la y jiara old. blak. with wlntenose. was s'rr-- l by a Ma.lls.ni jack I dot. I kiKiw Ibe atnk. be I. laui k ' be-av- i. now . 4 Kmm - , f r1 b. g,l - ,t, '' " ,'u',l ""'' lllark Hawk It a aillJ blak, 4 ye.s ..Id ll ttatflititgh, will aiiuw .even brrVljr L' last spring are very fine The bora " pl irlcr. ro.ll.. cut this ,),, illilm it a few '' popular AYRES& GIVENS, n F1.K JACK, Mi:i.HY, ale. if 8IO lo IiiNiirca Toll lOdnjNuhl i7b"f!Vk!"t..H '""',v tt 4 months or "vid ottmakea d .ilh, celt.'"'IH. "ith ,url goM (..!.. ,u.,mi or money . " imI. G.t ItXKIt '' - SILVERKING WILLIS HOUSE, J. WILLIS, Proprietor. 2Ut-l- "W E ILi O HI. ARTHUR SIMS, J&.T 3VE3lIIJiEs,S -- -.- m f. &.. 1 STEVE WALKER. ftffo i y cy 1 Vermont Ifembletonian. , yield-cloth- e Wallace HtmmiMm&?i'''' j. j mmHafiL, rt Denmark ll at to i.vsrur. , ITERS tills, !': ,e ll-- e In. fa-c- MAIN STANFORD. 's i, m .'., MESSENGER CHIEF, 1 JR ld ! -- ville (I'.oaa-Ilnd'- IU-- -- well-bre- well-kni- t, ope-ntiy- i,i ,.- Nine-tenth- . ! la-V- .. ut X1 DJ3NTIHT, JO ABDALLAH, A n y unre-jfeaine- d mil-iro- m i ,