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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887051301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VOL. XVI. Semi-3H- c Ititefiof STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1887. ML SALEH, LINCOLVCOUNTt. C5Sf v yf NO. 22S. Alulnlctlur $omI VttbtlHhcil TiiCHitaim miff Frttlnv -- AT HIS IBll ANNUM, CAWH. credit that 11.50 will be ail J demanded. - understood It W. P. WALTON- GEORGE O. BARNES GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING J-01tl. ELSE IMIMSI3 TIUS 't'onelulfal 1 Turci.0, Mi&.,Mat From Last Issue 1"- - upelo utaiiil on historic (jrouiul. Thru: hundred nnil GHy jean ko Da Soto win tereil within a fw mile of thin village nnd hd hi rsruiy tmlblv ontiplfd in a ulooilr cootlicl wall the Cblckmtw Indium, who )ortfed this region of country in nccient tlaye. The outline of hl entrenched catup re jet Tiaible, near l'jntotoc, in the county, and innumerable relic hire been rxhtiaiti! from time to lime to enrich coltedbne, public nnd prWate In fact the plough ottll turr.e up every Ojly ye'lerdny fprirK thci-- Indian relic 1 mw n lot, dim up tht week, full of antiquarian inleret, A large ailyer medal, in weight two dollar, with the tQi,jy of Caro In 1 1, King of Spain on one elde an J the word ' it merito'' on the rerere, aurround-ehy a wreath, marked thi and the other rehci once beloni'tDi: to an Indian chief. There were limm ring" for neck and arm, about the tbicknen of telegraph wire; a nealplpiof "Powhatan clay," known to lover of "the weeJ;''eilverornment made to be euepended from the neckrinj; and other art.cle o( curloue construction, the lite u' watci w.n conjertural. The Cnickaeawe, mol intelligent nnd thrifty of all the tribe once inhabiting thi region, held thin country from earliest time and their selection of it showeJ their windom and fjreilht. Sjutb of tht ex tend a broad halt of prairie country, fer tile and well watered, which gare uollinil- well as a ed gr ng for their poule. a range for gam?. Arouni' Ihli and eplendid to the north grand oak foreati and undulating ground gate tbein admirable iltei for Tillage, where the coyer wm good, and mean of paliaa le dfeme cloe at hand In their great battle with De Halo they attacked biui in liH enlreachmtnta, oppoi ing their nuked bodiei and war club to vetor-iwarrlin, clad in armor, and tiling inuikeU nnl uiaileJ luraeinen, weilding tlreajfal lane with a terrible akill. The aarage only pDied the ai'rantage of numbr The wer liaally repuheJ, hut De Soto loit 10 of hi brm men; 50 hore and hi tore, burneJ in the home prepar el for them an I fired by the burning ar row that ths lnJlani discharged into the lliitcheJ roaf Eighteen mllef frjw Tupslo, Forest almost annihilate.! Starch in the battle ol Tuhimingo Creek, In Confederate war day, and two mllei away the battle of Harna burg was fought, the tide of war aurging through thU rillige, where souie sharp fighting occuired. Oar hot wan in it. Ererybody, newly, In Mlftiaippi i an old Confederate )ldir, whoe age i enough to put him above boyhood when the alruggle occurred. Tee meiilng i tery promising. First, we are in .ichurci, where even thoie woo eem diepjeel to coma never ro to pastor help u all he can and attend The eyet y eerTiw, linlontn? patieotly; nometimet pitiently. GoJ blei approvingly, nlway a rare a pictacle amon my htm for tali friend, the clarjr. Sicond, the peopla themielve, and eeetn reaolveil to hear y. Another admiranot judge from hear ble feature, of aim rarity, in a whole comWe have plendid CMigregmionj. munity. The vilhse i prett: partly b.illt on uodu-latin.groJad; pir.ly on the Hit, that e 1 d fr g atretcheiavay to tlie loitb It la a vrondrou place for artesian well. and worry wan occasioned Lere last Friday be- stick In a visit to our cemetery Sunday cause your paper failed to arrive, Mr evening we were surprised at the number EJitor. Mr. E W.J one i ha opened up hi ol grave that yet remain unmarked by soda founuin and we know the soda water tombitone, In one or two instances fc it delightful and refrethlng, for we were are told of persons who lie buried there, of their having before death set aside a suffitreated to it several evenings ago cient amount to cover burial and tombstone Will not our town officers attend to having the fence around the old grayt- - expenses, yet their graven are neglected 7Ari! f priAlrnit'' tt t n lliatn. (n !m( MtnrV and allowed to be ortrrtin with weed and in..., a na.nu nf ii .. ibov ,. nnw ,lnin bri"'. whlle ,hcir children and relative, In the graves and trampling down the grave, that are not who'ouIJ lke moie pride of their dead, are putting off from time to fenced in. Noti E All who all indebted to me time a dutv they should have attended to long ago. This ia not as it should be. will please call and settle, as I need the M.J. Miller is visiting his son, T. S. money and must iiave it All account Miller, in Garrard. The gnat and only not settled by the lit of June will be placDick Chandler wa here Saturday. ed in an ofiicer' band for collection, Mrs. Jim Thompson' "toBacco" clerk is a rattling Fannie EJmiaton. Call on him for diagram. 'S Mr Mr. Uunley Singleton i very low with scribe. John Pearl, formerly of the Lxl., now' dropsy and the doctors think there I no running a mail agent on the C 8., was up hope of hi recover. Mrs. I). B. Eamieton his family nt London the tatter part is suffering from an attack of roseola. Mies to see of the week, Hon. J. K. McClary, who Louana Jame has been quite sick but is has been afllictod with rheumatism 'for the better now. Mr. Pate King and Mis Jent two years, is still confined to hi room nie Hulchin'on are on the sick list also. and does not seem to improve. Melvin The following is the programme for Wallen i down with the meale, that epithe clolng exercise of the College; Exdemic which is still raging in this county. amination of clnwe from June Uih to lotb; C J. Giuldin is in from the C. S. for a few commencement exerciser the night of the days visit to h!s family. W. M.'Fish, Hhli; commencement sermon Sunday mornJames I. White and Dr. Jennings repreing, 10th, by Dr I 8. Walker, of Lexing- sented the g. o. p of Rickcutle at the re ton; and on Sunday night a lecture by him; publican convention in Louisville this subject, "Creeping, or the Coming Wo- week. man " OBITUARl. Mr. S. B. Pennington saye he i the Died at his residence near Bloomfield, happiest man on earth. After uing morphine for 1 1 year he suddenly determined Nelson county, on the 5th inst , Dr. Francis to quit it, and after walking the floor for S S. ltad, in the 77th year of his age. Dr day and night, with untold sutlering, Kjad wa born and grew to manhood in finally succeeded. He sars he feels like Stanford. His father, Francis S. Read, Sr., one who has been in a dark dungeon for being one of tho earliest inhabitants of the that length of time and ha suddenly got- place, resided on the to, now occupied by ten out into the sunshine, nnd that nothing the Christian church aod for many years can ever induce him to touch it again. Af- carried on tho mercantile business in a ter sutlering a he ha, hu bus proven that house built hv himself where the store he has quit it by taking hi hypodermic house of S. H. SSank. now stand. wa once very well known to the syringe and morphine and giving them to citizens of Lincoln county, having prac Mr E. W Jone, the druggist. -- Mr and Mr. It. G. Ward, of Paint tired hi profession for a time at Crab Or I.ict, are visiting hi father' family. Mr. chard and for a good many years at He wa a well educated physiJohn Baugh, a handsome wi lower from cian and quite popular and successful in Hignland, wa to ree Mis Kate Davis SunHi death will be sincerely day. Mr. Sam Kennely, now of Pari, his profession. regretted by many of our older citizens who Tennessee, spent several days last week with well remember btm as a man of most the folks at home. Mr Ellen Mcltibert, agreeable social qualities a well as a very of Stanford, i the guest of Mr. Dr. D jorei Mr. Bettie Frith, of Brodhend, ha been valuable man professionally. Among his visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mr, Jno kindred In this county are Mr. John Blain Magee have gone into the country to hoard and Mr. J. B. Green, his nephew and with Mrs, Kobert Collier. Mrs, J II. niece, and Messrs. John M,, Samuel nnd Hutching and W. Jamei attended William Reid, his brothers d Hu-tonville. Heildethe Mobile A O.ilo ratlroid there Ml VERNON, ROCKCASUE COUNTY. cronaea at Tupelo the Km City, Mstu-ph- i The I J. cime in ahead of time TuesA Birmingham. It is to be finished day morning. by fall. The people hro are dreaming of Mr. James Berry, of Char CteeV, n boom, too, and property i creeping up in tbi county, died Siturday. in price. Josh Boring sir the republican wi.l As I wrile the rain ha begun to pour in carry the convntion this time, he reckons. torrent. It ha threatened for severAlday The photograph gallery man hns arand here it rived and will make picture store IVrrU' Mr. Kr ink Mathew U an old friend, torc next week. who married Miss Alice Hick, daughter of Hoiwe cleaning lime h arrived a Mil Mr, Sim Hickn, once of Hlanford, now of the men folk generally nnke themelvts Somerset. She h just gone to Kentucky ecarce while the good work I going on. on a viit to her pararit-- . Frank i our Many of our people would be pleaetd kind friend. Mr. Kilph Green ii the brothto know when Mr. Dune will return to er of a gentleman of the eatnu name, whom Kentucky and if h will ngiin visit the we met in Cirrul'tin and with whom we mountain. were acquainted before we saw him. AIo Shinnahnn A iJj , have opened a new our verv good friend, Cipt Uloter and U IT ili.la uil i bhiv mill ultltn T.rtttr.fV.!. nt-- lllli ii H iu wife are two other, of whom we are proud. get lone for the now Covington bridge and He i supervising engineer of the Kansa . ... lnn ,,, "vw """ City, Mobile cc Birmingham Sno I n -- I'. L ihompson, while at the Sine niece of Mr. Judge Saulbj, of Stan'ord convention, purchased a big stock of everyErer in Gro. O. IiAuiir-- . thing in the merchandise line and will sell CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTf, at price that will Biirprie the native1. '2: When In the city last week on an inviMr. Ibwen Cover has rented the liv- tation from the 'limr ofli:e a number of erv tahli at llm Knrinna Inr f hlj imnn -- The case between Mr. Sue nolneil h mountain bjy. went around to that in and Mr. Mc Holme ha been decided in alitution to see them go to pre". All were much nleased with their visit. her favor. The worst cripple we have feen for a Dr. E T. Siepheuon' phyeician at Cincinnati have written hi father that he long time is nn old man who stopped ell here Tuemlay from some point in Tenne is improving some. see on LI way to Louisville: He was bent Our trustee have poted bills to the ellect that tho-- e who nell anything here on nearly double with rheumatism; hi head was hut two feet above the ground and he Sunday will be fined l'l 50. almost crawled with the aid of tsro walking A great deal of disappointment i. v. """ Jen, verv brisk at thi plsce T R chard & Co , with Fir sm head salesman, are doing up thins In n livelv manner, Mr G W Gadbarry'rf hirn, near Phil, Caey counly, wa hirncl on last (Sunday and fiO burels of corn, hiy and farming implement were consumed. It caught frnm a Ik'lileil p pe. At an election held at this place on last SaturJiy for the purpo'u of electing riftVer for the Hustonyille nnd Colley's Mil! Turnpike Ron Ci G. C. Lyon was te f'ecle 1 president, T. C Jper treaeurer, trul Cicero Rjynolds Hfcretary. From an extensive roaming over a hue portion of Cisey and pirt of Lincoln counties for nome day, we found most farmer about finishing planting corn and every thing lively and flourishing. Wo heard some few grumbling on uccount of much rain. Tho'e inclined to croak ought to be in other sections awhile which are subject to thods nnd drouth and they would soon be reconciled to the distribution of rain in this State. Near Eiy's mill lat Sunday on a visit to his relative, Mr. John Moore, we met the yenerable AVilliam Moore, who live on the border of Pulaski county, some 13 miles distant, he haying rode that distance on horseback. Mr. Moore wa in the war of 1312 and i now in his 93;b year. Taough age has been telling fast upon him for the last few'years, he bid fair to become a centenarian. By thrift and good management he has accumulated enough to go the bal sneeof life's journey with ease and com-foA very few yeate ao he wa hale and robust, Since the death of C. E Simpson, an account of which we reported from Yoeem-it- e a few days since, strange developments have been mide. From certain actions and expressions of his while on hi periodical spell we have bein convinced and pr hapi others the eatne, that some secret sorrow was ever brooding on his mind and that by some means or other his life had been blasted. It hes come to light that in a distant State years ago he had a wife ar.d eeveral children, and that he became involved in a difficulty in which he killed a man and had to (lee to eecape tho penalties of the law. It appears, too, that all the years he was among us he was living under an assumed name, his real name be ing Charles S. Elder. We forbear to write further until acquainted with authentic de tails, a there are eome contradictions in the various rumors, and we do not wish to do injustice to either the living or dead. Is BiHuies now G (i Mesr. W I- - IVC. IB RTJCE. 1 Sealer in Binders, Reapers, Mowers and Agricultural Implements Generally. -- aNrETST'- 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 r. CLOTHING & SHOE TRADE And will have it if fresh goods and low prices will induce you. We give exclusive attention to this line and a general stock cannot interfere with advantages we are bound to have. Post yourselves and then see us. ('ieen Victoria's ealary is JC3S5.000, or about $1,000,000 par year. Oa June 21st she will nave drawn that salary for 50 years, or about $90,000,000. This eum is aimplr what is paid to the Quern, exclusive of what the members of the royal family and their establishments have received, During the same time the total eum paid to all of our Presidents has only amounted to $1,023 000. H. C. RUPLEY, MEKVHAM TAILOR, -- I hue recelred an! ttltl recelrlng William and Ebenezr Green, both colored, ate hard boiled egg the other night in Chicigo on a bet of $10. The rules' compelled the contestant to shell their own egg and eat them without the assistance of liquid in any form. Green stopped on his 17ih egg and Williams won, eating IS in 24 minute George Ao Onio farmer owns a hen which, it is claimed, make a regulsr business of laying big eggs. One of them the owner left at the office of the Barnesville Republican, lait Saturday, that measured six nnd three fourths by eight inches and weighed nearly four our.ces. The hel wts rathir dark and quite rough. New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising tbe best In the market, which will be Qotton Up iu Stylo and Mako Sooond to Dono in City or Country Giro 9fe a Trial. WALSH, THE TAILOR, 2U2 FOCIUH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, P.S.-FI- NE IMC. - - I am Jily opening no elegant line ol Spring Millinery, Including all s'ummer and GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. I. a. IsLJUlbl 1, The Latest Novelties of the Season, Alio Notions, such ai Handkerchief, Collars and Cutis, ltuchtng, Coneta, Buttles, etc. You will find mo at the roomi latol y vacated by Smiley .V Warren, next door to tha Myon Home. lOi.Jm TE VOli Kit A It. DR W' B PENNY- - OnTTLIST BRODHEAB, KY. Hai liaj nn experience ot orcr llfteen baa aucceasfullr treated hundreds of clal attention Is glten to the treatment eases of tbe eyes. Name anil address cured glTen on application If desired. cases. 8pe-- 1 o all disot patterns 20-tja-i. Htnntorcl, - DENTIST, iContuolcy Mr. J. in-la- UoJ.DUfeet aai you strike, appirentl, il limltabla euppllei of water. Tro men can bore an arteatan in a unnth. I neyer aw or heard the like I wiih you cjuld only ee the auger thsy bjre with. Nj horie,no uiule. The men just tramp round and turn the aujer. No dropping or drilling. A simple auger bne. And two great atrata of rotten limestone, one 70 feet thick, to go through. Two men do il all. Beat that if vou can! I recall still with some feeling how I paid $i foot for a drilling opera, tion nt the Pink Cottage, when I was practicing Solomon on a very email scale; and how I kept two men and two horses nearly the whole summer, until my barn lolt was empty, my corn crib exhausted and the doleful thud of the drill, as the old horte walked around his appointed circle, used way, every to say in iti hollow, dolorou time it dropped, "two dollars a foot, two dollars a foot," till I thought I should go et hole; an mad. It ended In three exhausted exchequer; a satisfied contractor and no water. " Vttnitas umitatum." I thought of my I'mk Cottage excavation as I saw an artealan, bored by two mjn in le than a month, diicharging 43 gallon of pure, wet water to the minute. Delicious for drinking 80-fe- the Biptial couyention in Louisville. Mr. Simon Gormley, of Lexington, is the gueet of hi mother. Kentucky i taking a sharp share in the t )'ust now shaking up the Sun biom ny ( nth Lxingtou, Frankfort, Lagrange, Louisvilli , Meade and Breckenridge conn-tiGlasgow, Ihwling Green and Burke ville are red hot after gas. Coal and iron are stirring Eastern Kentucky, and the same agencies are doing a like work for the Green River country. Politics is heavily buttered with evidences of material prog-re- s in resource developments, and the press is teeming with display headlines backed up by strong articles showing the tend of public eentimens. It really seems Kentucky is on her way to rapid develop Nature has ment and a bright future. been Uriah in ber gift, and the State only needs the generous aid of its people to accomplish a great work. Frankfort Capital. tat e, Thero is now in New York a lady who whistles at private entertainments, but for a consideration. She gets $25 a night for whistling in New York drawing rooms, and is said to haye all the engagements she want. The husband of this lady was well oil at one time, but he lost his money Whistling was her great accomplishment and when she heard that this gift could be turned to pecuniary account she saw no reason why she should not aid her husband by her gift in this line, and she has succeeded beyond her exptctations. More bridge work is projeoted at this date than ever in the history of the coun try. Two are projected across the Hudson, six acrosi the Mississippi, two acrO's the Missouri, a $10,000,000 bridge across the Potomac, 4 GG0 feet long, besides a multi- Jil Ii LOUIS SCHLEGEL, yean, anj lJIOTOGKAlJIEK, KlCIIMOSl), KKXTUCKY. STAFFORD Photographs in all styles and sizos. BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors. We make a specialty of the manulicture of fine New Prices. on Lancaster stroct, next door to Iatl-eio- b office. Office hours from 8 to 11 a, and lloir.M. Anesthetics administered whas necessary. UBMyr.) Offli-m, Journal deiljm In I'ramei ani Matt at very low (JOMy. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E, H. BUBNSIDE, - Propr ThiB Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains iti High Reputation, AND Boots and Shots and guarantee our work in erery respect. Two flut-cas- a workmen are alreaJy employed and others will b engaged if necessary. Uepalring done neatly and at short notice. Ulre us a call aod we will sorro you right. I'E.WVtSft TO.V Jb JOI1XNO.X, 222 lru Lancaster Street. Till: TIIUROrOUURCD HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL MABQUIS OF ADELINE. tude of smaller bridges. The bridge works are constantly overrun with work, and bridge iron makers are unable to accept all the buslnes ottered. Four bridge buildan expansion It is reported from Baku that a gigantic ing works are projected, and of mill capacity is going nn. oil spring burst forth there on the -- 2d of March, carrying up oil, sand and lare It is admitted by most workmen thai the etones to a height of !150 feet. It overran best method ol tempering many kinds of several reservoirs prepared for it an 1 after tools, especially drill, to force the forming an extensive petroleum lake, foro when at a cTerry red heat into a ed its way into the eea. bar of lea J. 1 Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be rJeoond to no Conntrr Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests Uat'cag-- nlllbe eaaiejtS to anilfrooith . free of charge. Special aetommoJt.tl onto Commercial Trarelort. The liar nil! atwayi inpplttd tilth the eholcMt braada of Uiiior anil Clxari. This fine Bull will stand the aeaons now con mencedat my stable on tba Lan caster flka oa half mile from tiunfbrd Court House at IS wi'h the prlillegeot breeding the cow un n This old and Uotol is still main, til tbe coir proves in calf. Money due when cow talnlng Its due reputation. Charge reasonable ii first served. Marquis of Adeline's sire, Herbert, bit aire ImSpecial sttentlun to tbe traveling public. ported Apollo and Dam Imported Southern Beauty 83.6 m Mt. Vernon, Ky, Marquis of Adllene's dam, Adeline, her aire Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Flitter. For further particulars as to pedigree tee II.. II. i ThisB. a very One young Bull from a celebratla ed fatally ol milkers including the cow Kcho, tbe NO. 112 EAST CHE3TNIT STREET. greatest of hu day; her owner baring refused for ber. - - KENTUCKY, LOUISVILLE, cattle have taken the The Uolsteln-Frelala- n lead as tbe best for tbe family, anl a cross with Bhortbtrn produce! a very fine animal. I Foruerly of Crab Orchard, oilers ber services to the thulsdlm ji purchasing aent Any thing from will buy all tbe male calves bejottea by this the mullet itrilde lo a wedding out tit will re- Bull at good prices ;delvered at weaning tlino. ceive her piomplaad perioo.il attention. A trial W.ll.XtLT.Ett, 1 . uatord, Ky. is solicited. NUWCOillB HOTEL MT VERNON, KY. M1K8. II. Ii. SIEGEU $i3,-vC- O L'JO-lt- 130-1- J Fourteen people were killed or In- Said a prominent thinking man to mo the Juixtn Monrtow called tho republican convention to order at Loulmlle WeJnoi-da- f jured in a railroad wreek In Australia. other da): ' Send Beck back, why certainAfter using the Smoke Hall two monttu wtltei at follows Tom Crittenden, who murdered a no ly; where can you expect to find a man who and indulged in the usual speech that Ykllmlls, Abk., Jan 17, lf"7. gro four years ago, is at last on trial at Tay. is his equal? He Is the recognized leader I'ibdolii Smokk Bill Com run I liaro tr ttd your Stanford, Ky., iuay 1J, 100 Bia MoKee WM then m,j0 temporary lorsvllle. truthfully at y tlili I hare prai Urol luedlilno of the Senate, a true friend of the South, Great slicei were torn from mountains, knows what we want, is always at his post, for thirty years, and your Cubotlo Smoko Halt rellorca Cachairman, w'hich doubtful honor made the tarrh, Aithnia, Neuralgia, Croup aud Bronchitis mora rcidlly distinguished giitlenitn from Boyle "so fissures opened in the earth, lakes swallow- and is an honor to Kentucky. All this than any prejwratlon, and I will say further, that no phyal-cla- n W. P. WALTON. i sfy h i a v happy as never v.is " He too indulged in ed up and new lanes created by the seismic talk about retiring him is simply bosh. will or can prcparo a remedy that will rIto relief as soon a sptech. He then' appointed the usual disturbances in Arizona lat week. Sever- No sir, Mr. Beck should be kept in the as tho Carbolic Smuko Ball lor the dlscau-- named In your cirW. M. NOE. M. I). committees and the nioeting dissolved till al volcanic eruptions were nitnesed. Senato as long as he wants to stiy there, cular. Loi'iavitiK, Feb, I. 4 o'clock. Curtis F, Burnam was nomina- Buildings were injured in many cities. and you may rest assured he will be." Cahi:oi.k Smowk lUlLCciurANY-Uciitlem- eii; I liare bven cenwMLmKrrBB -- Chris Fraise, Clerk of the Hardin ted for permanent chairman by tho comThere have been fourteen additions to a sufleror from Catarrh for eight yous; the symptoms wfro a DEMOCRATIC TICKET. reassembling and he was chosen. county Circuit Court, was ordered to jtil the Christian church during Bro. Frank's fullnni about the head, frequently followed with Neuralgic mittee on He made him n little speech also. The for contempt by Judge McGsath. Fraiso meeting. Besides these visible results (be pains. Hate tried numeroui remedlra without receiving any BOLIVAIl BUCK-NEKok aoTKisoR-SIM- Oh bencat. A frleud Induced me to try the Huiilu Bill oi Hart County. platform condemns the democratic party; refused to testify against a man who was a brethren have all been benefitted. They treatment has boon attended by mitt iitlif.trtory roiulla. I V. BRYAN, LlHCTKXANT GOVKKNOR-JAM- ES favors Federal aid to educition; approves friend in a whisky case. He weakened have been strengthened In their beliefs, Mletothe Huioko Ball tho only Catarrh i are, an 1 cheer f illy of Kenton county. Attobnkv Oknkral r. W. HARDIN, ol an "adjusted" tariff; favors national inter- however after several hours' confinement made resolves to be better men and women, recommend It to all suflereria from Catarrh lam itli3ed If u?od properly It will ellKt perminent euro. nal improvements of rivers, etc.; condemns and came to time. Mercer county. to practice charity and tell of their brethK. M. HOOK, Kespectfully, TE HEWITT, of Hardin the veto by President Cleveland of the pauCol. Morrow began to quote scripture ren's virtues and not mention their faults WlthSlratlonATersKyse. county. per pension bill; holds out a bait to tho among the first things he said, and the dele- and to use their time, talenti and money to 7hcAttoi,itcU'(ivnrvntofTt'HnriiHerintui: Tbkisibkr-JAM- ES W. TATE, ol Woodford working-maand expresses sympathy with gates' mouths and eyes stretched in aston building up the cause of tho Master In this a After aufierlng with Catarrh for fifteen yean and spending county. ureal deal ot money fur remedlri, I unhoilutlngly proIreland. The temperance question was ig- ishment and wonder as to what he was talk community. Bro. Frank has done a noble nounce your Carbolic Hmoks Ball the bett t have erer med. ' SCTKBIXTKKDEXT OF PUBLIC I.NSTBUCTIOS. I bsllere will only remedy I erer u JOSEPH DESHA rlCKETT, of rayette county. nored, W.O.Bradley was nominated for ing about.-rP- ost. The Colonel is a work and made lasting friends of all who It lithe I warmly rrcoiumcnd that crery iitSerer. curd Catarrh, and It to Heqibtkr or the Land Office THOMAS II. governor; Mtt O'Djherty, lieutenant gov- straight laced Presbyterian and can preaoh V I.U.I.AKI) TIIOMMON, Lebanon, Tel n f He leaves us to day. beard him. We COBBETT.ofMcCrackon county. ernor; Hon, John Feland, at'orney general; as good as any of them when he'e a mind hope to see him again soon. LSGUL1TVBK-J. D. PETTUS, Lincoln R. D. Divis, auditor; Captain J, R. Far. to. tounty. The complete treatment include! a Debellator past age, which theukl Uuied In all r lit wile eaiea ai DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Mrs. Eliza Baker and her mother-in-law- , year, treasurer; Rjv. William H. Childers, Mrs. Suzette McWha, living at Holli-day'- s a OtQilltutlonal Treatment, Is then necessary. d teo One femoke Hall rooUIni betteen ao I The faculty of Centre College have inThe Louisville limes makes this earnest superintendent of public instruction; Thos. Caye, West Virginia, were found formed Mr. W. L Sumrall that he is to be Price $2. DebclUturtl. plea for ortanizition which thoe entrusted J, Tinsley, register of tho land office; and murdered in their sitting-room- , their beads Valedictorian of the graduating class for with its duties would do well to consider then at 12 15 yesterday morning tho powStitnortl, liu. i'KXXY Ai Jtc.t LINTKIl, having been beaten to a jelly with a car the present year. K. W. JON'KS, Agent, Crab Orchard, Ky., L. O. flOOCH A PON, .ienti, Warnnbilnf. Ky. and heerj There is little doubt that Qen. wow scattered. Now, by St. Nicholas, let coupling pin. The theory is that burglars Jo Haas A C). of this place havo for Buckner would be elected without an or the music beein. entered the house and being seen nnd iden- this reason bought about 00,000 pounds of ionization, but if his election is to mean Thf Qiuucr Journal has a faithful em- tified by the ladies, killed them. Bafore the season is over their purwool anything it must ba by a majority that is ploye in the parson of John M. Bennett, Eridences of woman's devotion are not chases will reach 125,000 or 150,000 pounds. decisive, Bnd to achieve such a majority the excellent foreman of the nsws composlacking. Here's one among thousands: The police court is in Louisville this the dtinocratic committee must ro to work ing looms. He has been with it about a Levi Thomas, who was sent to the Michiweek attending tho grand national union at once, open correspondence with eyerj quarter of a century and next to Mr. n gan City ilnd ) prison for two years, was republican convention. J. A. Thornburg, democrat in the Slate of local prominence, himself, his word is supreme law in visited by his wife, who walked 200 miles of Greensburg, has temporary charge of the disseminate democratic newspapers that ttd the establishment. Ha was telling us the to see him. She has engaged as a domes- telegraph office here, while Mr. and Mrs. vocate our principle, send forth democratic other night, when we called after 12 o'clock, tic in a family near tho prison that she L, C Alcorn are visiting friends at Greensorators to create democratic enthusiasm and about the wonderful growth of the mechanmay be near him during his incarceration burg. bring out the voto on the day of election, ical department of the pip?r in the last Gov. Knott is scattering pardons right The Fmdlay 'lnbmt, edited by Capt, and have a complete and full poll of the few years. Less than ten years ago he and left. He has just pardoned from the Dayid A. Murphy, of Findlay. Ohio, finds vote before the election. It would not be would have to have notice a week ahead if Frankfort penitentiary Dalaney Perry, a its way to Danville. There is no reason to neceessry to do this if thin campaign was a supplement had to be sent out on Sunyoung man who was sent up from Louis- doubt that "David A " is the same gentlea Kentucky campaign only, but it is far day; now he gets out a 20 page papsr w ith ville about a year ago to serve two years man who onco edited the Danville 'Jribunt more; it is the beginning of the national less than a half day's notice. He also tells for obtaining money under false pretenses. in that portion of the Sunny Southland campaign of next year, the first charge of us that Mr. Haldeman has ordered three Perry swindled seven business firms in Lou- known as Danville, Ky. 1883, and it must carry demoralizition and new presses, the finest in the country , for isville. Covington Commonwealth. Kjv. J. M. Bruce ani wife, of Stanford, terror to the ranks of the enemy. Demo- delivery next September, when the sizs of hislern Kentucky is now attracting was in town (Thursday ) M s cratic nrinciples are immortal. They will the ptpsr will be increased a column to the attention throughout the United States. Carrie F.eld.', uf litis place, utljzai, prevj.il in tbe future even though they go page and 2J inches added to tho length. Wo ate told that two special trains passed The M EOiic feats as a mind-readdown next year. The old party has danced We are indebted to Mr. Binneit for much up last week laden with men bound for a fraternity are making extensive prf)ai-tion- s graves of intny of its enemies. It useful knowledge iu the printing business, on the prospecting tour through the mountain refor tbe Knights Templar ooiClSe buried federalism more than four score that will be of value to us. gion. The wealth is there and from tho next week. Mr J. C. Rwdin,tbo ne IsQ ! years ago It buried Whigism more than a amount of interest taken in it we may safe- lord of Gilchei's Hotel, is rapidly bcon-in- g NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Gitocx:it, third of a century ago. It buried ly suppose that the time of its development a favorite with the traveling public, as in 1S2S. It buried Know Noth-ingisA high license bill was pissed by the is not far off. Sentinel-DeMt. Sterling MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. well as home patrons. Mr J. C. Cowan inlS50. It struck republicanism a Pennsylvania Legislature. ocrat. (Dud) was in town this week, the guest o blow almost fatal in 1SS1, and will bury In Boyd county Peter Tripp and AlexOn Tuesday coflee was quoted at $22 a Bogle. Messrs. J W. ander Caldwell, welt known farmers, last his nephew, Dr J. C that party in 1SSS, if Kentucky but does bag which cost $9 42 a year ago . I hare a Hi)lontlliI Hock (if Hie attending the races at week quarreled about a fence, and parted, and W. T. Guest are her duty this year. Then for prohibition Up to Tuesday 0,500.326" trade dollars following C.'ootlh:. or any other heresy that may come In the had been redeemed at the Treasury De- threatening to kill eachotheron sight. Both Louisville. John Masonheimer is recoverQuoons-waro- , Glass-- , Tin- future democracy will be ready. Advance partment. armed themselves and Tuesday evening ing from typhoid fever. For some months past it has been nothe banner and let democracy, like GideGov. Hill has vetoed the Constitution- met on the road near town and at once on's band, keep her eye upon the enemy, al Convention Bill passed by the New York opened fire on eachother. Tripp was in- ticed that very indecent communications, BubIi, Wood Grass written on postal cards, have been dropped even when taking needed refreshment. stantly killed. Caldwell lived until WedLegislature. in the Danville poetoffice addressed to va Scy thos and SnathB, Ida Vaughn, of Poplar BlufJ, Ark., nesday morning. It is believed that their Some of our exchanges, we regret to norious young ladies in Danvil.'e and other sons will continue the feud. Buggy Whips, all pricos, tice, are disposed to make sport of our Billy was ravished and then murdered by unplacer. The detectives have been working GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. short legs and say that he can known parties. Bradlev's Picklos in and in bot-tlo- s, on tbe matter and Postmaster Marrs and James McElroy, who was to be hung never hope to win a race with them. This Lancaster. grand JoThurman have been before the is all wrong. Our esteemed friend does not at Henderson next Friday, his been respitA new boarder at the Hamilton House jury of the U. 8. Court at Covington. It is Boautiful Flowor Pots expect to win and it is rruel to remind ed until July 1. arrived on the 9:h Inst. His name is understood that Thurman admitted that he The ceremonies of unveiling a monu- James Hamilton Hay; weight S pounds. him that he stands no more chance in a had carried several postal cards to the Baskots, race than a puddle duck. And besides we ment to the "Unknown Confederate Dead" Damsel Hickman, of color, got 20 days at the instance of another person, but Lomon aud Vanhave it from good authority that the colon- will take place at Hopkinsville Miy 19. in the work-housin the police court on he claimed that he did not know what was The clipper ships Seminole and Charm- Monday for belling whisky without li- writteq illa, el didn't make thoee legs, or he would have on them. On Wednesday a young constructed them in a more shapely man- er have started on their 8,000 miles race cense. man named E W Hoover was arrested by California othor Can-no- d from New York, around Cape Horn to San ner. The colored delegates attending the deputy nheriff J. M. Bailey on a telegram Goods. If Judge Morrow were as mean looking Francisco.weather in the Northwest was ex- republican convention from this place are from the U. S. Marshal at Covington. The "Grand-daddy- ," Bur-det- t, limes' picture makes him, we would Jas. as the Al Dunn, alias T. R. WALTON. Hoover is charged with writing the cards, feel it our duty, as much as we like him, to tremely hot Tuesday, the mercury ranging Lee Anderson and William Cook. Wednesday night deputy U. S. Marshal II. Mark Hardin, late ofMortlrcllo, Clerk 94 to 9S9 in the shade in Minnesota take a stick and end his miserable exis- from Gen. W. J. Lindram goes to Coving- Wireman came over from Covington and and Iowa. ton on Friday to try the case of Sisk vs. the took ilooyer back with him on tbe 5.40 tence. If there ever was a case in which The University of Pennsylvania has K. C. railroad before the U. S. Court. Sisk A. M. train. a prosecution for criminal libel would lie, decided that from the openining of next is the man who was killed by the railroad -- A gentleman from an adjoining county Judge Morrow has it against Emmett Lo session no cigarette smoking will ba allowwho has been an inmate of of tbe insane at this place a year ago. gan and wo shall cease to be his advocate ed by the students. Sam Engleman went hunting on Mon- asylum at Lexington since December last, and defender if he does not seek to protect The 14 year-old son of Miles Aden, a hnndeome phiz from such carricatures. his day; 8am Eogleman went hunting on Tues was in town yesterday on his way home. farmer near Ionia, Mich,, shot and killed day; Sam Engleman went hunting on Wed- He claimed that the authorities would have in Penn his sister, aged 12, and said, "She won't Woman suffrage gets nesday; Sam Engleman went hunting on ordered his discharge tbe day after his ar sylvania, the bill favoring it having bean bother me any more." rival, but that he preferred to remain, He Thursday, &o., and soon. killed by the legislature. The dear creaCora Sullivan, daughter of a wealthy William Hamilton is the youngest spoke of the curious delusions of some of tures will therefore cot vote this year. Per- citizen of Montgomery county, Missouri, butcher in town. He is only 10 years old, the patients of the difierent phases of insanhaps s'mother yttt they may. But no gen- suicided with chloral. She left a note sayis a cripple, but is a hustler from away ity; and what an interesting study insanity uine woman wants to vote. It is only the ing she was possessed of a devil. back. He can yell "fresh fish" with a vim is. He saiti generally speaking that if a would-b- e , men Dan Manning's new bank, the Western equal to that of a city huckster. Bill is a patient on his arrival would jump at the of the (ex who hanker for the privilege. INatlonal, of New York, with ex Treasurer doctor and bite him nnd then stand on his good boy. began business Danville Adioeatc has stuck to it for Jordon as The The following delegates left on Tues- head, he would have a better chance cf week with $3,500,000 capital. two issues that 'Tom Corbin" is the demo this day for tbe republican convention at Louis soon being released if he from that time on At Tarboro, North Carolina, a negro of ofcratic nominee for register of the land ville: Gen. W.J. Landram, Geo. Denny. ceased such demonstrations, than if he bethere must be some mis- 19, who had attempted to rape a young D. K. Collier, J. W. West, Hon. Wm. haved in a perfectly rational manner from fice. We think white girl, was taken from jail and hung on take about this, but as Bro. Marrs was at Berkele, John E. Stormes, Capt. W. J. tbe first. He says that he met with a numthe spot where the assault was made. ber of persons at the Asylum as eane as the convention and is a strict temperance Kinnaird and R. A. Burnside. The burning of the "Oik Hill " Distil From what we can learn tho prohibition anybody. His remarks were keen, pointed man, we will not dispute the point with ery in Fauquier county, Va., is reported. him. vote in this county will be pretty slim. Al- and interesting and would look well in print. Two thousand gallons of whisky, with enthough local option carried here last fill He contemplates having something to say TiirMonticello Signal will excuee us for gine and all fixtures, were destroyed. by a good majority, it seems that tbe strong- to the public soon about "Life in a Crazy the reference in our last paper. We did Tbe list of chims against Madison est advocates of the law are not going to Shop." obterve till later that it bad dolled its county amount to $10,920.79 -- DBALaat 111 not The county Louis Faulconer and Sara his wife have patent inside and of course did not look judge is paid $1,000, the attorney $900 and forsake their respective parties. While and there for the missing locals. Tbe improve the school commissioner, who is a lady this may look a little inconsistent, it is been married about four years and have Drugs, Books, Stationery decidedly the best thing to do, by the dem- gotten along badly together for three years paper is very decided and we $800. Fancy Articles. ment in the a vote for Fox is a vote past. They have spoken only to quarrel congratulate Bro. Thompson. A gang of men engaged in cleaning out ocrats, at least, as for a year or more. Sara keeps a boardirg Phyilcl ani' preacrlptloni accurately compounded. deliberately thrown away. The "nigger" was as usual ignored by a furnace at Braddock's, Pa., were burled On next Wednesday morning at the house and makes her own living and Lswis the republicans in making up their ticket, under a falling arch of red hot coke, lime Christian church, Miss Lula Chaires, one persists in occupying a room in tbe house When we coosider that the colored popu- stone and other materials, five of them be of the loveliest and handsomest young la which belongs to Sara, but there is no other lation furnishes most of the votes, this is ing burned to death. streets, will be communication between them. Kara claims The Largest Btook of Watohea, Olooks, The magistrates of Fayette have refus- dies who ever walked our pretty shabby treatment, to say the least, married to Mr. Wm. Jones, of Savanah, that Lewis remains in the house only to Jewelry and Silverware and one against which the "durrb driven ed to allow a vote of the county to be taken Ga, The ceremeny will be pronounced torment her and to quarrel with and drive on the question of voting money to the Lowor than bought thla market cattle" ought to rebel. oTher boarders in order to prevent her E?er Lowwt. toWatchea, Clock Prlcea and Jewelry Be-the Kentucky Union railroad and the Lexing- - by Elder G. W. lancey. If the groom is a palred on abort notloe and Warranted. man of as much discernment aa his selec from making a living. John Jackson has Col MgCasty, Gov. Knott's assistant tonians are indignant indeed. fcesn one of the boarderc for months past Secretary of State, has thrown a damper Fanny Murray, a young girl of Stone- tion of a wife indicates, we predict for him and on Sunday Lewis called him a son of upon the aspirants to that office by stating wall, Col., fell from a horse by her saddle a brilliant and successful career. Mrs. M. L. Granger and son Commo- a female dog so often that Jackson knocked that it has not paid him over $3,000 a year. turning, Her foot became fastened in the has generally been thought to pay about stirrup, and the frightened horse started on dore have returned. They find a new and bitn down a couple of times, Louis followIt ing Jackson up in order to be knocked 110,000. a run, She was found dead two miles beautiful residence awaiting them. Mrs. Mrs. G. went to Cin'ti. down the 21 time. Louis had Jackson arJudge Oirsiey and Squire 8tofer has been arrested and is avy. Franklin Howell, a wealthy banker of Tuesday. Hugh M. Grant, the able cor- rested and carried before County Judge he now on trial for releasing Cernelison. If Scranton, Pa., has been sued for breach of respondent of the Danville Adiocatc, is ofl Lee who fiaeJ Jackson $20. He didn't gets his deserts he will serve a longer senpromleo by a Pittsburg lady, who asks on a fishing expedition. May the spirit of have the money to in his fine and is now tence than the friend he stultified himself lo $75,000. Louis charges Sua This is the recond suit of the Izaak VValton attend him. George Coatee, in the work-housrelease. character in which Mr. Howell has been Esq., of Louisville, is visiting friends here. with being too intimate with Jackson-Jacksosays it isn't bo; tiara says it isn't Not a single note of dlssatlsf action against defendant in one year. Ed Bishop didn't name the winner of the the democratic ticket comes from any J. Sel Miller's injuries received at the Derby. He is a fraud. Col. John K. so; nobody said so or intimated bo on the quarter. It is an admirable one and is good democratic convention are much more Faulkner, of Louisville, has been here trial but Louis. Louis is a home nigger; for at least 10,000 majority. than were at first supposed. He was greeting his many friends. Miie Bestie Jackson is a (trance nigger, a plasterer by trade and an induttrioue fellow. He came Miss Jennie Bowman, the victim of the evidently hit in the eye with a loaded cane Adams is visiting at W. B. MasonV. here from Lawrencsburg and Frankfort. or club, and it is feared that ho will lose is no doubt but that the demoThere Louisville tragedy, which two weeks ago bo Louis was jealous of Archie Denny a few horrified the city, died at 0:15 Monday the eye. It is also said he will Ires the fat crats of Garrard are overwhelmingly in weeks aeo. Sua says his jealousy was uncity office he holds. favor of returning Mr. Beck to the Senate. founded in that cue also; so does Arch'e, evening. Simi-tfiflxck- lij $nicrior$ournai A PHYSIC! AN. I VJBALL $ s WITH SUPPLEMENT s 4 AurUTon-FAYET- n Dr. .tantt. Hal-dema- er. T. R, WALTON, anti-Mason- ry and and 4 bulk and jost-offic- e e Extracts, and aeet-back- short-haired- Penny M' A! is. ?r PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- A WALL PAPER. WALL PAPER, -- AT- n WALL PAPER, M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S t mamuuMvmtm i mi inmin -r C'Al.li Mid Stmi-tecknlcriorou- examine our & Craft;. CO rent whits Bbirla. 0leV Hi-- Ksv. H. C. Morrison's meeting at hie offti church, Highland, resulted in 15 adof Buton nutnbara 20 churches and nearly 0,000 members, aa against 15 churches and 2,850 cammuni-cant- o ten years ago. K?v Percy G. Elaom, who has been attending the convention as a delegate, will occupy his pulpit hero next Sunday morn, ing and night, and will also preach at the Junction nt 3 In tho afternoon. The Hv. C. Coulson, in a speech on the temperance question In the Baptist Convention used thia strong language "There is not a rum seller in the whole land but who should be in the State prison. Toere ia not one but who ia a perjurer. Tney have taken an oath not to tell liquor on Sunday nor to minors, nor to men of intemperate habits, and every one of them violates the oath every hour in the day." Afterwards Green Ciay Smith's resolution was adopted as follows: "That we do solemn'y protest against the manufacture, sain and use of ardent spirits, and express our sympathy with Prohibitionists everywhere." Kev. Dr J. B. McFerrin, the eminent Methodist divine, died at an early hour Tuesday morning at Nashville. He was born where Nashville now stand bO years ago and although his early advantages were limited he entered the ministry at IS and for 02 years has been a constant and indefatigable worker. Much of his I I'm was devoted to literary pursuita, in connection with his church work. For 18 years he edited the Christian Adiocalc. and has been publicly identified with the success and history of the publishing housj in Nish-vill- e, since its foundation, serving as missionary, secretary, book agent, and has been in every conference since 1830. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Stanford, Ky., B. - Tin: May 13, 1887 market I llifrlxemtor Kale For n j in the bent in Melcalf A Pouter. dition. tlie The Presbytery o. WALTON, - DuBlnoHB Mnnngor. havi: Gerlacb atave Haw and niuali-i- r in erfeel order, that I will coll low for civh. A. C. Sine. Do not eell your wool until you eee tue. I will I. AN. Mall ' LOCAL NorthHnuth TIME CARD. --.- training " Laprtss train" The 0T8 U " .- 12 S3 1 Boutu...... Norn...-.- -. r. m. 18lr, M. Cah 1' i ;lve aa much or more than A. T. Nunnelley. anyone. calculated on standard Hat. na U 4 lout 'JO minute latter K, C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains Iumo ltowland tts and 7.15 a. u. ileturnlog, airlToatGand 8:5S r. m. LOCAL NOTICES. M.2Ux.u Holar It only took G, M. Davison and George Gentry to hold down Lincoln county in the at Louieville. republican pow-wo- w Tiir. Merry Bachelor Hop Club will meet at the Farmers National Bank thia after noon at h o'clock to transact buaineaa. I AM Mrs. Robert Clark and Riley Dotson Mu BAMroui) KmviN has returned her accomplished his purpose, but Logan proved a clear alibi and was dischaaged by sold their crop of 20,000 pounds of tobacco frotn Hot Hprint not much Improved in to W. T. Orerbey for 6J all around. He had the misfortune to be Judge Carson, before whom he was tried. health. Bourbon News. taken with the malarial fever ahortly after Comimi. Ilev. George 0. Barnea and At the Jacob's sale of registered Jeney arriving there daughter leave Tupalo, Mississippi, toHon. (J. A. morrow and will arrive in Louisville on cattle at Independence, Mo., May lib, 24 Col. W. O. Weimi and Lacker went to Lauiiville Tueaday to at the 18th, where they will remain until the Jerseys "old for $1,185, au average of about tend thu republican convention or aee the 121, when Will C. Barnes will be ordained $175 each Oae brought $ 120 During the past week at Lexington Derbj, you paya your money and you an Fpiscopal minister. After that he will 3JO thoroughbred yetrlinc brought $256,-30akra your choice. go to Georgetown, arriving the 231 and re an average of $763, and 250 trotters Tin" i ia in the nature of really good main till June 1th. when he will go to jsold for $'1 Isj, an aneragu ot $260. aewi (.'' K Pulk Johnoni many frienda Dripping Springs; so he write to Sister An Etstern gentleman oliered Messrs. will be plotted to learn that he returned Kore Richards, Clay A Woodford $100,000 for their niijht frjm a three woaka' etay at Old lat stallion Hindoo, last week, with the Ovn readers will please excuse the get Point C)tufjrt much improved in health. up of this isiue. Iho editor was called to proviso that they would insure him to live jriuifp. Jons W. Wallace in very nick with London to attend the sick bedside of the four years. Oj one day last week 57,000 bushels, the meanltv. MraTvrec'Ia al?o ill with biiHine's manager and lost a day and night that should have been devoted to tho paper. or 111 carloads of wheat were shipped the Fame dieae It ia best to attend to there mattera in youth and to expose chil- YA has been very sick, but was somewhat from Maysville, via the Chesapeake A Tne proprietor ol Ohio to Newport News fur export to Eudren to the varloui "catching" complaints improved yeetetdiy. Republican. thu Jackson Houee, Mr. F. U. Riley, where rope. when it will tint hurt to have them. Smith A Anderson bought from A. W. he is confined, is as kind as he can be, and LOCAL MATTENS. the cltiitnt generally haye shown him Eastland 350 bushels of wheat at 70 cents. great attention. We were proud to see him Dick Gentry bought 7 mules, 15 to 10J Br.r. Nunnelley before you cell your sj popular with everyone there. The doc- hands high, at prices ranging from $130 to wool. Danville Advocate. tor says he may be able to return to Stan- $170 per head. Theuc i another wee little eirl at Mr. ford Saturday if nothing unusual happens. The Latonia Rices begin May 23 and John W l'ennlnRlon'a, last till June 4th inclusive. The proRELIOI0US. gramme is unusually attractive and the The largest stock of ice cream freensra in The net gain in Baptist Church mem- purses large. We are indebted to Secreta the city and our prices are low. Melcalf A ry E C. Hopper for the usual courtesies. bership the past year waa 101,000. Foster. .. "Glasston," the beautiful farm of the The Southern Baptist Convention at Tinir.r. rooms to rent at the Commercial time late Col V. K, Gltss,containing 300 acres, Louisville has adjourned to meet next Hotel, suitable for a small family. J.. T. lying near Georgetown, sold publicly to in Richmond, Va, Harris. More than 1,300 persons have signed Col Milton Hamilton for $122 per acre. I will veil wagons and buggies cheaper the temperance pledge In Lexington and This is one of the best farms in the State. At Lexington 15 head of Dixiaa a t,je revival etill goes on than anybody. Try me and be convinced M. Bruce. Elder E L.Powell, of the Maysvllle yearlings sold at an average of $1,053 33. I. was married Wednesday 20 head of McGrathiana sold at an average Wr. make e. specialty of ladies shoes and Christian church, of $751. J. B. Wilgus sold six head for Miss Lida Smoot, of the same city. invite them to call and see our work. Pen- to and J. P. Clay sold five head for There are 500,000 Bohemians in the $4,275, nington A Johnson. So $5,240. United States and the American Bible Thk ticket agent of Barrett'a Circus is ciety has received a strong appeal to make Mrs. Susan Sullivan, of Pierce, Mo., has for held at Winchester, unable to give bail a publication in their behalf. probably accomplished a pedestrian feat was to hold both ends ewindling. His trick The Louisville Presbytery gave an which has no parallel. Five years ago the of notes togethei and count them out to the per member the past year cf man he was making change for, thereby for church and benevolent purposes, thus Sullivan lamily moved to Missouri. Some returning only half the amount he should. leading every other presbytery in the world. time ago Mr. Sullivan died, leaving his family positively destitute. Mrs. Sullivan The Methodist Board of Church Ex- wanted to return to her former home, at Bad Luck -J- ohn Smith, who ia boring for water for the Stanford Mills, had the tension began its work in 1S05. It has Chattanooga, Tenn,, and having no money misfortune to break bis drill at 80 feet and helped to build 5,505 churches, and has dis- started to walk the entire distance with her being unable to get it out, has started bursed collections to the amount of nearly five childten, the oldest being 16 years of afresh on another hole. It is to be hoped $300 000,000. age. She carried a babe a year old all the he'll have better luck this time. Elder Eugene Evans, of the First Col- way and at times would carry the next of Frankfort, bap-t'iij- youngest child, which was aick. She had Mary J., wife of Wil- ored Baptist Church, Luwatic-M- m. 121 persons in the Kentucky river at been on the road for four months and sufliam Leach, was adjudged Insane yejterday wharl on bututay in the pres- fered greatly from cold and hunger, The .ml ordered to the Aivluui. 8he has been ilendersou's woman was too proud to aak for aid from ago, but ence of a large concourse of people. there before, about fifa years The programme for the Sunday school any one, and Bays she had rather starve and her husband wanted to come homo beg. went after her. Becoming a great deal convention here next week includes the than following subjects. "The demands and dif worse, the action above was taken. The editor of the Arizona i'araytcr makes Acuities of the work," opened by W. E the following personal explanation In a The fellow Gray who was with our Arnold; "Tho necessity of special instruc- recent issue of his paper: "Yesterday we creamery awhile and then went to Trenton, tion for it," 8 W. Speer; "The importance were again married. It will be rememberKy., and got an engagement with one there of trained teachers," E. II. Pearc?; "How ed that both of our former wlvea eloped where he soon defaulted and fled, has juet to secure a good attendance," C. M. Humwith the foreman of the office. To avoid been released from a long confinement after phrey. any future inconvenience of the kind we his capture, by compromising with the men At the Baptist convention in Louis- have this time married a lady who is herhe robbed. Oar man Hubbard is still at ville Rev. J. S. Monroe, an Indian Mission- self a compositor and she will set the type large. ary in Indian Territoiy, said, "There are while we hustle lor the ducks who still owe 9 Thk City Council has at lait waked up 247,701 Indians in the United States, not on subscription " to the importance of forcing mora pave- including Alaska. Of these 75,000 are 141,316 wear citlisna' dress; 33,801 Father Tommy, you should try and be ments to bo built in tho west end and requiring those vr bo have bad ones to repair read the English language, and there are better boy, You are our only child, and Terwe expect you to be good, Tommy It them. We hope they will not cease their 50,000 children of a school age. The is a continuous pavement ritory comprises 64,222 iquaro miles, 70,-7- 01 ain't my fault that I am your only child. labors tlll'there Indians and 46 tribes. There are tbree It ia tough on me to be good for a lot of from the College to the railroad crossing on mieeionaricB and 7,000 Baptists. brothers and sisters I haven't got. Danville street. 5, cele-brate- d $2-5.0civ-ilize- now ready to do all kinds of reLAKL'RCTii'ri Oardou Seed at Penny A pairing and painting to buggies and apring McAIieter'a. wanone, Ac. I will be pleased to have you A rt!M linn of fishing tickle of all kinds call and get your work dune. Wm. DiUb-erty- . at Penny A MisAlliter'a. The ImmI ready mixed palnta are to be liRUE-MUtithat Mr. L HchltRel, the ex i had at I'ennr A McAliMerV grocer for the Cincinnati liv cellunt Klchmoiul photographer, will be Asic your here next Tueaday to make negative. He kinR Co.'a crack era and cak4. Jewelry repaired on ahor will only be here one day evety tvo week'. W ATOitra ami ootlce and warranted by Penny A McAlia With all the wealth of vernal luxurier. HtANHAIU) ready mixed paintr; quality ance here we were aurpriaed to find that the and durability guaranteed t Mcltiberta k tree are just budding in the highest point Ktacg'a on the mountains beyond Livingaton. A co.Mri.rrrr. etock of jewelry, latent ityle. Kockforil watcbea a npecialty. Pen-u- r A "irrroaEi) wad dog was killeJ this A McAliotrr. wiek and there ia a general alarm among dog owner. The mayor has iatued an orPERSONAL. der that all dogs appearing on the atreet Mu. Jamfh Kino 1m tiite ill. without a muzile, aball be uftcr Mim Katk "litiMrw ha eono to viit ahot by the marshal. friend in Dtnville. Mil". V I' ClitKKN, of I'ineTille, i The adjuster of the London A Liverpool TiKillni; friendi in this oounty. A Globe, Mr. C I). Thompson, and Agent V. HoWMAN and Mim Miw Mahy W. A. Tribble, settled Pobert McAIIiter'a lo at $2 179.30, the full amount figured irRinia ate TiMting in Mercer. Mayoii and Mm K II. UuiiNaior. by W. G. Hiney, and all hands are satis-fit- -J went Ofer to L iliiton yesterday. That company always aatWGe its Mim MArrir. Iluow.v, of Ltnotater, in patrons. Mm. l)oree II. Hruoe. with her Tkk new proceai crude oil and Ml Katik McKlN.NKV, a pretty burner for cooking stoves is on exhibition yoUDK laly of the Went Bnd, U the riumI here by H. K. Arrington and is it real marjf Mi" Hannah Fair. vel of Ingenuity. With it C3al and wood -- Mu it A (.'. Ko hwtbk and bin very ate entirely discarded, the oil and the wa-t- er CUy, ate on a Lntid'oiiirf bride, of (uittiohing the rtqui-it- e heat A meal it to tt .allT a here. can b cooked on it at about two cents cost Miwi. W.H..MII.LKU, J. H. Wood- for oil. cock aim J J. Walker returned from the lljb IiOgau, negrJ, was A nt'tTTK!. ( jmberUnl with lW oiinda of lailgod in jail this week charged with ne fich. a rape on Mannie Kly, a colored Mu. J W. AU'ORK ia ftrvins ai ape girl of 14 At the trial the girl swore ual judge at London in the ab'ence of that B)b had corns to her home in J mine Ibyd, who ia attending the republi the ab'ence of her parents and after tying convention. Robert Harris, who was killed by his brother Willis, at Richmond, leaves a will giving all of his proper'y to his mother save one dollar to WMIih' wife. The Louisville Cjinmittee on Indus trial and Commirciil Improvement have received t letter from Gov. Knott, accepting tho appointment as chairman of the special committeo to formulate a plan for n State Industrial and Cjmuiercial Convention, Senator Lucas, Gov Wilson's appointee from West Verginla, will contest Judge Faulkner's right to the seat, holding that the Legislature wis not author'z'd to elect a Senator at its extra session. Senator Sherman says Lucas point ib a new one. Three brothers Hnnter, William and Charles Hutchens engaged in a quarrel at Huntsville, Ala , which ended in Hunter's death and the serious wounding of Charles. The killing occurred in the pretence of the boys' father, who is a widely known contractor. Sherman A Marsh, barbed wire fence manufacturers, of Chicago, have failed. Li abilities $143,000; assets $256,000 Schna-bA Co,, of Chicago, have also fulled with liabilities of S3o3.00O and assets $183,000. They lay their trouble to the interstate commerce bill. From January to May 1 there have been constructed in the United States 1 561 miles of new main track on 65 diflerent lines in 29 Stales and Territories. This has never bjfore been equaled in the same period, except in 1SS2, when 2.300 milia o( new track w reported. in-lael DR, S. G, HOCKER, JOHN RRIGHT, JR. HOCKER & BRIGHT, iSUOOJGSSOHSTO W. II. 1I1G1UIXS.) Having purchased of W. II. HiggiiiH his .slock of Goods, lake pleasure in inform-in- g their friends and the public general' ly that they will continue the General trade at the old stand and Hatter themselves that by fair dealing and strict at tendon to litiBlitcHH they will merit Mer-chandi- se fiilr itinro of their patron- & IIOCKESR BRIGHT. Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati, New Orloans and Tozas Pacific Railway.) Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MA.Y 1, '87. ItKAI) DOWN. TKAINS SOUTH. No, 7. No 3. ' No. 3. I ' Dally Dally. Ex. Sun., Dally. Dally. 7 55 a m 10 50 am 03 p ml 8 10 7 05 pro' 10 52 4 ItKAI) III'. TltAlNSNOKril. .STATIONS Mu I. pm Dally. L've...('lnclnnai Georgetown ... No. 4, Dally. Ex. Sun 10 25 am1 7 No. C. No. 8. Dally. Dally. .MTT AUVWKTISCntNlN. POPLAR LOGS WANTED ! 1125 am 7 35 piu II 20 p m 1117 am 8 02 p mil 41 p in 1221 am 8 43 p m1 12 33 am 8 59 p m 12 3.1 a in 12 15 a m J 10 p in 12 53 a m 1 53 pm 2 45 p m 25 p m 3 30p m 3 35 a m 8 00 a tn 10 00 p m 5 10pm pin pin , 'rv ,1 6 42 347pm1 Foil Fa.LE A :'t, ow and heifer ford calf, thoroughbred Alderney R. E. Barrow, Stan- - re-tei- cam-mittin- g pos-livel- in A million and a hnlf bushels of June wheat were sold at Galveston, Texas, Saturday, at ho, and iG3. Attention is called to the sale of 50 registered Jersey cattle by A McClintock A Son, at Lexington, on the 2j'.h. The knowing ones got left on the Dir-bMontro'e, an outsider, winning easily in 2 )''l, tho poorest time for years. The service fee of the thoroughbred stallion Grinstead, owned by "Lucky" Baldwin, of California, has been raised to $500. y, I want to contract tor 50 car-loaof Poplar Logs for Immediate itilpment l.oji to hi strictly No. 1, Yellow l'oplar, treool ibakp, dote, large or uniiound knot, to Iw cut 9 feet long, IS to 30 Incites diameter and loadcl on cir. I will receive bids lor S or more car-loaat a placo to lx lueaiurol and pa J for When loaded. In muting Mdi plcaifl say how oon logs can te I will rfci'Ue l'L'a at any station on Knoivllle A JJresi, llruncli of 1.. A N. 22a-t- f 2 27 r, a in 5.50 8 25 am'., 5 10 p iu . 9 52 p m , 12 ' . . am., . . 30 7 35 a in . 12 am J lil.(ilaal tin 'UUV.J ...V LUarrodaburg Junction..1 21Spm J47am 20Gptu f 5 32 a m 2 6) a in Danville 135p in 5 20 a in 2 45 a tn Junction City Kings Mountain ....! 12 49 pm 1 20 a m . 1155am somerset 10 00 pm 8 10 am Oakdlle 7 10 p m J ., 5 00 a m Chattinooga 10 35 p m liirmlnjhim ,10 15a in .1 Eutaw 0 20 a in 710pm ' 3 20 p ui 2 51 p ni 27am 4 25 a m 7 00 am1 1 05 a m C 27 am 13 39 a m C4)am J -- Meridian Jfpw OrtMinii 30 pm 9 00 a m 4 3 15 a m A. V. SISB, Stanford, Ky. . G45pm, ..! 7 10p m 55 a m 7 30 a in .....Vlcksburg ...JJhreveport. ..T. P Junction Meridian ... . . 800pm 2 35 am 7 7 Ham 50 a m 9.45. No. 18 3) p m IMCOjPOSAXS For HulhliiiK School House ced I No 9 leaves OikdUe daily except Sun lay, .U6 15 A. !., Arriving leavea Chattanooga at 4 00 p. M., arriving at Oatd tie at 7. 5 r. M Mann Boudoir Bullat Sleeping Cirs on all through traltn. at Cnattanolit at JOHN propoials to lulld a MUCK bCHOOI. 1IOU8K lor common fhool district No. 1, according to plain anl specifications In possession ol (). A. lUnpy, who will show tbetu to anyone proposing to bid The Contractor will be required to complete th" building and deliver the keys to the trustees The money will he pild on the tho tulldln; awarding to the contract. No one uetd apply whoexprds to uo brick of unequal dimensions, inakt rough mortar loins and dura shoddy work. whlib la most satisfactory to the trutttea will be accepted. AdJress communications to J. N. . Menelce. Manfjrd, Ky Tho underlnfl will, uutll JAth of May. ra- C. OAUT.T, Oen'l Manager, II 'OLMiliW, Gen'l Iit..t I'nss. Agt., It CAHHOM., Ueu'lSupt., It X ItYAN, Gen'l KrU A Pass. Agsnt. W, W. WELLS, buimrtutendent, Somertet, Ky. General Offices, Ht. Paul Hull ling, West Fourth Street, Onclunatt, Olio. lst. 3M33"W- - Ttel.l FURNITUEE STORE MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. ! 227-2- 1 a (. il. 1. t.V :y. ) lb Trustees. J. N. MENK M. CbAUFxey.J A. McCLINTOCK Stml-Annu- al & SON'S Auction Sale of Registered Jersey Cattle I 50 HEAD, AT MIASFICLU'S IIOIE EXCHANGE IAXIXGTOX, KKSTCCKV, WEDNESDAY, M.l At VI O'clock. 23, 1SS7, inAll the leading families wilt ba represented cluding a pure br. Lameert yearling Dull a number ol nigh tested ctws; and a fine lot of young heifers, bred to choice btoke 1'ogls bulln, block bought by distant buyers kept at nominal cost. Lunch at 12 o'clock; Mleat 1.3 sharp. For catalogues, now ready, address 223 t d A. JIcVLIXTOCK A fiOX. tMlllersburg, Ky. Will nlHiiys Iiuye on liaiid a lurgc and select liuo of Fiirni-far- e ami Ihulerlukcr'n Goncln. My prices will lie n low as hhcIi Koo1h can le boughf in Hie oIIIcm. dire mc a irlul and yon will be convinced that 1 well lower than ilieloweHt. SALESMEN WANTED cr ! To solicit orders for reliable Nunery Stock, (loodaalary and expenses or Commission, Permanent employment guaranteed. Address at once, stating age. IftjAM), SXEl.r At HO Ut. liouls, Mo. 22T-2Nurserymen, WEAREN & MENEFEE ICE! ICE! ICE! I will dellrer to regular castomers In Slant ord and Ticlnlty ererr morning at One Cent when customer quits 220 tf Acconnta due at the Per Pound. t.je 11 of each month or E. HAIinOW. lIalTO TUNER ! hare a The John Church Company, of Cincinnati, will I'lano Tuner In Stanford between the 15th and 3Cth of May. IT III oar-mitSat In faction. Leare your orders with Miss llota lUcharde. first-claer H. It. A- - L. Special Agents. J. coon, PEARSON & CLARK, Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. ia lIaln Street. fore, from tne cneapest to tne oest. All or work guaranteed as represent eu. rrices to Livery, Training, Feed, suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as AND any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. SALE STABLE ! Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. & 11 Wcht 203.6m Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road uarts, i? arming imyiuiuuuts, xjiikiuus, isaiiias. Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve is larger and more complete thanjeverrbe- hides Sash-Blind- Dealer in Fine Bueeies, Carriages, Surreys, Having rented tho atablc on Depot street, I am prepared to train and break horses on reasonablo terms. County Court day trade solicited. JOIIXJl. VAMtVKXTKIt, Stanfoid, Ky 203-G- J.B.GREEN.AKt., WEAREN & MENEFEE. HtUstoiivllle, Ky. HAIjE'S WEf,T,! SeiiHon Opeun June lut, 1SS7, TUIIM8 OK BOAKD: June per wek $ t; July and August per week $0, Children under 12 years old and Servants hair price Transient ratca per day $t, per meal to centa. Hotel accommodations lor about SO guests. Cottages will be rented any time from now until lit day of July to one. family only at J2.50 per week. After the 1st day ot July W.50 will be charged. Special rates will be glren two families desiring to occupy the same house.. Horaea will be well f wed for and fjd at ?3 per week, per meal 3) ( tnH. hatlsfactlon guaranteed Wall Paper, Furniture, il I yBVPrJTmr-l- r 7iVl or nochargeamade. information Prop'r, Stanford, Ky. We haro fixed the price to suit all and we want everybody to come to Hale's Well this season and be convinced that thia ia the best and cheapest watering place iu the State ol Kentucky. A golden opportunity is otlered you in board for the month of June and from now until the 1st day of July In cottage rent. o sow Ia your time to t: A. L. S. come. ad-d- rs A. Jh. SPOOXASlOItK, Cases, Caskets, Bobes Fulland Complete Stock of the above and price as low as the lowest. '' -- B. K. OTEARE1V, Stanford. il Fourteen people were killed or InSmi-Weck- ln Jntcriorjournai convention to order at Louisville Wednes- jured in a railroad wreek in Australia. Tom Crittenden, who murdered n no day and indulged in the usual speech that o le o! his party Is expected to make. Lo- gro four years ago, is nt last on trial at May 13, 1887 Stanford, Ky gin McKce waa then tattle temporary Great slice were torn from mountains, chairman, w'hich doubtful honor made the distinguished giiitlenitn from Boyle "so fissures opened in the earth, lakes swallowW. P. WALTON. happy as never vas." He too indulged in ed up and new lacea created by the seismic a speech. He then' appointed the usual disturbances in Arizona last week. Severcommittees and the meeting disolved till al yolcanic eruptions were witnesed. Curtis F. Burnam was nomina- Buildings were injured in many cities. 4 o'clock. Chris Fraise, Clerk of the Hardin permanent chairman by the comted for DEMOCRATIC TICKET. mittee on reassembling and he was chosen. county Circuit Court, was ordered to jtll BUCK-NEHe made him a little speech also. The for contempt by Judge McBeath. Fraise OOLIVAK Kok Gotkixor-SIMO- K platform condemns the democratic party; refused to testify against a man who was a ol Hart County. Likutknant Govkbnor JAME3 W. BRYAN, favors Federal aid to education; approves friend in a whisky case. He weakened of Kenton county. an "adjusted" tariff; favors national inter- however after several hours' confinement ArroinxY (Ibneril F. W. HARDIN, ol nal improvements of rivers, etc.; condemns and came to time. Mercer county. Col. Morrow began to quote scripture HEWITT, of Hardin the veto by President Cleveland of the pauTE county. per pension bill; holda out a bait to the among the first things he said, and the deleTBBiSUBKR-JAMW. TATE, ol Woodford ES working-maand expreeses sympathy with gates' mouths and eyes stretched in astoncounty. The temperance question was ig- ishment and wonder aa to what he was talk Ireland. SurXaiNTKNDENT OF FUDUC iNSTaUCTIoa. The Colonel is a Post. JOSEPH DESHA PICKETr, of ryotte county. nored. W.O.Bradley was nominated for ing about. AS H. governor; Matt O'Doherly, lieutenant gov straight laced Presbyterian and can preach Register of the Land county. COBBETT.of.McCrackon eraor; Hon, John Feland, at'.orney general; as good aa any of them when he's a mind LKGISLiTUaK-D- r. J. D. FETTUS, Untoln R. D. Divis, auditor; Captain J. R. Par-yea- to. tounty. Mrs. Eliza Baker and her mother-in-law- , treasurer; Rsv. William H. Childers, Mrs. Suzette McWha, living at Holli-day'- s The Louistille lima makes this earnest superintendent of public instruction; Thos. Caye, West Virginia, were found register of tho land office; and plea for orcanizttion which thoe entrusted J. Tinsley, their heads murdered in their sitting-room- , morning tho powvlth Its duties would do well to consider then at 12 45 yesterday having been beaten to a jelly with a car Nicholas, let and hee. J There is little doubt that Gen. wow scattered. Now, by St. coupling pin. The theory is that burglars elected without an or- the mUBtc begin. Buckner would be entered the house and being seen and idenganization, but if hia election is to mean Tiif Courier Journal has a faithful em- tified by the ladies, killed them. anythinc it must ba by a majority that is ploye in the parson of John M. Bennett, Evidences of woman's devotion are cot decisive, and to achieve such a majority toe excellent foreman of the nsws composHere's one among thousands: lacking. the democratic committee must ro to work ing tooms. He has been with it about a Levi Thomas, who was sent to the Michi' n at once, open correspondence with eyery quarter of a century and next to Mr. gan City tjnd ) prison for two years, was democrat in the State of local prominence, himself, his word is supreme law in visited by his wife, who walked 200 mllea disseminate democratic newspapers that ad J the establishment. Ha was telling us the to see him. She has engaged as a domesvocate our principle?, send forth democratic other night, when we called after 12 o'clock, tic in a family near the prison that she orators to create democratic enthusiasm and about the wonderful growth of the mechanmay be near him during his incarceration bring out the voto on the day of election, ical department of the piprr in the last Gov. Knott is scattering pardons right and have a complete and full poll of the few years. Less than ten years ago he and left. He has just pirdoned from the vote before the election. It would not be would have to have notice a week ahead if Frankfort penitentiary Dalaney Perry, a necessary to do this if thin campaign was a supplement had to be sent out on Sun- young man who was sent up from Louisa Kentucky campaign only, but it is far days; now he gets out a 20 paje papar w ith ville about a year ago to serve two years more; it is the beginning of the national loss than a half day's notice. He also tells for obtaining money under false pretenses. campaign of next year, the first charge of us that Mr. Haldeman has ordered three Perry swindled eoven bmines firms in Lou1888, and it must carry demoralizition and new pressej, the finest in tho country , for isville. Covington Commonwealth . terror to the ranks of the enemy. Damo-crat- ic delivery next September, when the siza of Eislern Kentucky ia now attracting nrinciplei are immortal. They will the pipsr will be increased a column to the attention throughout the 1'oited States. prevail in the future even though they go page and 2) inches added to the length. Wo ate told that two special trains pawed down next year. The old party has danced We are indebted to Mr. Bannett for much up last week laden with men bound for a oc the graves of mf ny of its enemies. It useful knowledge in the printing business, prospecting tour through the mountain reburied Federalism more than four score that will be of value to us. gion. The wealth is there and from the years ago. It buried Whigism more than a amount of interest taken in it we may safeNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. third of a century ago. It buried ly suppose that the time of its development A high license bill was passed by the is not far off. in 182S. It buried Know Noth-ingisMt. Slerling Sentinel-Democrain 1S5G. It struck republicanism a Pennsylvania Legislature. In Boyd county Peter Tripp and AlexOn Tuesday coflee was quoted at 22 a blow almofst fatal in 18S1, and will bury ander Caldwell, well known farmers, last if Kentucky but does bag which cost $9 42 a year ago . that party in 1SSS, Up to Tuesday 0,500.32(3 trade dollars week quarreled about a fence, and parted, her duty this year. Then for prohibition or any other heresy that mar come In the had been redeemed at the Treasury De- threatening to kill eachotheron sight. Both armed themselves and Tuesday evening future democracy will be ready. Advance partment. and let democracy, like Gidethe Constitution-a- l met on the road near town and at once the banner Gov. Hill has vetoed inConvention Bill passed by the New York opened fire on eachother. Tripp was on's band, keep her eye upon the enemy, stantly killed. Caldwell lived until WedLegislature. even when taking needed refreshment. is believed that their morning. Ida Vaughn, of Poplar Bluff, Ark., nesday continue It feud. nothe eons will Some of our exchanges, we regret to was ravished and then murdered by un tice, are disposed to make sport of our Billy GARRARD COUNTY OEPARTUENT. Bradley' short legs and say that he can known parties. James McElroy, who was to be hung Lancaster. never hope to win a race with them. This s been respit-e- J A new boarder at the Hamilton House does not at Henderson next Friday, hi is all wrong. Our esteemed friend until July 1. arrived on the 9:h inst. His name is expect to win and it is cruel to remind The ceremonies of unveiling a monu- James Hamilton Hay; weight S pounds. him that he stands no more chance in a ment to the "Unknown Confederate Dead" Damsel Hickman, of color, got 20 days race than a puddle duck. And besides we May 19. in the police court on in the work-hom- e the colon- will take placa at Hopkinaville have it from good authority that The clipper ehips Seminole and Charm- Monday for belling whisky without limake thote legs, or he would have el didn't er have started on their 8,000 miles race cense. constructed tbem in a more shapely manfrom New York, around Cape Horn to San The colored delegatea attending the ner. republican convention from this place are lookin Franciico. If Judge Morrow were as mean The weather in the Northwest was ex- Al Dunn, alias "Grand-daddy- ," Jas. Bur-det- t, as the Si'mtV picture makes him, we would tremely hot Tuesday, the mercury ranging Anderson and William Cook. Lee feel it our duty, as much as we like him, to from 94" to OS' in the shade in Minnesota Gen. W. J. Lindram goes to Covingtake a stick and end his miserable exisand Iowa. ton on Friday to try the case of Bisk vs. the tence. If there ever was a case in which The University of Pennsylvania has K. C. railroad before the U. 8. Court. Siek for criminal libel would lie, a prosecution decided that from the openining of next is the man who waa killed by the railroad Judge Morrow has it against Emmett Lo session no cigarette smoking will ba allow- at this place a year ago. gan and we shall cease to be his advocate ed by the students. Sam Engleman went hunting on Monand defender if he does not seek to protect son of Miles Aden, a day; Sam Engleman went hunting on TuesThe his handsome phiz from such carricatures. farmer near Ionia, Mich., shot and killed day; Sam Engleman went hunting on in Penn- his sister, aged 12, and said, "She won't suflrsge gets a ck Woman Sam Eogleman went hunting on sylvania, the bill favoring it hiving bean bother me any more." Thursday, &c, and soon. Cora Sullivan, daughter of a wealthy killed by the legislature. The dear creaWilliam Hamilton is the youngest tures will therefore not vote this year. Per- citizen of Montgomery county, Missouri, butcher in town. He is only 10 years old, haps s'mother year they may. But no gen- suicided with chloral. She left a note say- ia a cripple, but ia a hustler from away uine woman wants to vote. It is only the ing she wis possessed of a devil. back. He can jell "fresh fish" with a vim , men flat breasted, would-b- e Dan Manning's new bank, the Western equal to that of a city huckster. Bill is a INational, of New York, with ex Treasurer good boy. of the sex who banker for the privilege. began business Jordon as The following delegatea left on TuesThe Danville Adiocatc has stuck to it for this week with $3,600,000 capital. demoday for the republican convention at Louis-Title- : two tones that 'Tom Corbin" is the At Tarboro, North Carolina, a negro of Gen. W. J. Landram, Geo. Denny, the land ofcratic nominee for register of who had attempted to rape a young D. R. Collier, J. W. Weat, Hon. Wm. there must be some mis- 19, fice. We think white girl, was taken from jail and hung on Berkele, John E. Stormes, Capt. W. J. take about this, but as Bro. Marrs was at the spot where the assault was made. Kinnaird and R. A. Burnsido. the convention and is a atrict temperance The burning of the "Oak Hill " Distil From what we can learn the prohibition the point with man, we will not dispute ery in Fauquier county, Ya., is reported. vote in this county will be pretty slim. Alhim. Two thoueand gallons of whisky, with en- though local option carried here last fall TiiEMonticello Signal will excuse us for gine and all fixtures, were destroyed. by a good majority, It seems that the strong-ou- t the reference ia our last paper. We did The list of claims against Madison advocates of the law are not going to not obterve till later that it had dofled its county amount to $10,920.79 The county fnrmibe their respective parties. While not look patent inside and of course did judge is paid $1,000, the attorney $900 and this may look a little inconsistent, it is there for the missing locals. The improve the school commissioner, who is a lady decidedly tho best thing to do, by the ment in the paper is very decided and we $800. at least, aa a vote for Fox ia a vote A gang of men engaged in cleaning out congratulate Bro. Thompson. deliberately thrown away. were buried "nigger" was as usual ignored by a furnace at Braddock's, Pa., On next Wednesday morning at the The under a falling arch of red hot coke, lime the republicans in making up their ticket. Christian church, Mfsa Lula Chaires, one stone and other materials, five of them be When we consider that the colored popuof the loveliest and handsomest young la ing burned to death. furnishes most of the vote, this is lation diea who ever walked our streets, will ba The magistrates of Fayette have refuspretty shabby treatment, to say the least, married to Mr. Wra. Jones, of Savanah, ed to allow a vote of the county to be taken and onesgsiost which the "dum'bdrivon Ga. The ceremeny will be pronounced on the question of voting money to the G. W. iancey. If the groom ia a cattle" ought to rebel. Kentucky Union railroad and the Lexing-tonia- by Elder a much discernment aa hia selec man of are indignant indeed. Col McCartv, Gov. Knott's assistant tlon of a wife indicate, we predict for him Fanny Murray, a young girl of StoneSecretary of State, has thrown a damper office by stating wall, Col., fell from a horse by her saddle a brilliant and successful career. upon the aspirants to that Mrs. M. L. Granger and son Commothat it has not paid him over $3,000 a year. turning, Her foot became fastened in the returned. They find a new and It haa generally been thought to pay about stirrup, and the frightened horse started on dore have residence awaiting them. Mra. beautiful a run. She was found dead two miles $10,000. Judge Owsley and Mrs G. went to Cin'ti. and is awy. SqyiRE 8tofer has been arrested a wealthy banker of Tuesday. Hugh M. Grant, the able Fanklin Howell, now on trial for releasing Cernelison. If he Scranton, Pa., has been sued for breach of of the Danville Adiocatc, ia ofl gets his deserts he will serve a longer promieo by a Pittsburg lady, who asks on a fishing expedition. May the spirit of the friend he stultified himself lo $75,000. This is the recond suit of the Izaak vValton attend him. George Coatee, release. character in which Mr. Howell has been Ejq., of Louisville, is visiting frienda here, Ed Bishop didn't name the winner of the a single note of dissatisfaction against defendant in one year. Not J. Bel Miller's injuries received at the Darbv. Ho is a fraud. Col. John K. the democratic ticket comes from any Faulkner, of Louisville, haa been here quarter. It is an admirable one and is good democratic convention are much more than were at first euppoeed. He was greeting his many friends. Wise Besile least 40,000 majority. for at evidently hit in the eye with a loaded cane Adams ia visiting at W. B. MasonV. Miss Jennie Bowman, the victim of the There is no doubt but that the demo or club, and it is feared that be will lose Louisville tragedy, which two weeks ago bo eye. It is also said he will less the fat crats of Garrard aro overwhelmingly in the horriBed the city, died at 9;15 Monday city office be holds. favor of returning Mr. Beck to the Senate. evening. Judge Morrow called the republican Tay-lorsvill- WITH SUPPLEMENT ADDiroR-FAYET- n OrriCK-THOM- Said a prominent thinking man to mo the other day: 'Send Beck back, why certainly; where can yon expect to find a man who is his equal? He is the recognized leader of the Senate, a truo friend of the South, knows what we want, ia alwaya at his post, All this and is an honor to Kentucky. talk about retiring him la simply bceh. No sir, Mr. Beck ehould be kept in the Senate aa long aa he wants to stay there, and you may rest assured he will be." There have been fourteen additions to the Christian church during Bro. Frank's meeting. Besides these visible results tho brethren have all been benefitted. They have been strengthened in their beliefs, made resolves tn be better men and women, to practice charity and tell of their brethren's virtues and not mention their faults and to use their time, talent! and money to building up the cause ot tho Master in this community. Bro. Frank has done a noble work and made lasting friends of all who We He leaves us to day. heard him. to see him again soon. hope OANtILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Yellvill, Ak., Jan 1", your Smoki: ll.it t Company 1 hate t and i an truthfully at y tlilt: I tiara prai tired medl.Iuo for thirty yoari, and your Cirbollo 8moka Hall relieves Catarrh, Vitnmn, Neuralgia, Croup and Bronchitis wore ro.idlly than any preparation; and I will siy further, that no phy clan will or can prcparo a remedy (tint will gt to relief as noon m the Carbolic Smoke Hall lor the dlscinc nampd In your cir W. M. NOB, M. D. cular. . l wed-Ki- After using the Smoke Bill two moutlu write A PHYSICIAN. I follow .rrrrr VBALL $ vwa d e mnjiy Feb, I. licntlemrn; I two Wen lULt.CourA.NY a suficror from Catarrh for eight yoirs; the symptoms wtro a fultneu about the head, frequently followed with Neuralgic Cahi:olu palm. Have tried numerous remedlri without receiving any benefit. A frtond Induced mo to try tho Hunlt) Hill, treatment has been attended by moil itlif.ictory roiultn. 1 lellevotheBoioko lull theouly Catarrh cure, an 1 cheerf illy I am ntlifled If recommend It to all lunVreri from Catarrh used properly II will rilKt a penuinent euro. K. M. HOOK, Keepectiully, With Stratton A Teritivs-e- . The Attovncu-tienern- l o"Tennence sjhisn; and ipendln,; After luSerlne with Catarrh for Jllwn pro a great deal ot money for remedlri, I unheilutlngly nave eter uim. nounce your tarlioiioHmoat luiunt i It lithe only retnoJy Ieter that 1 bjllevo will euro Catarrh, and I warmly recommend It to every luSVrcr. U I.I. A lit) THOMSON, Lbnon, Tt n yrt m tu ' r, The eouipleto treatment include a DebrlUlor pact age, a Constitutional Treatment, Price l w nlch ihouhl be uwd In all chronic Mall nut f0 ai Hal-dema- The faculty of Centre College have informed Mr. W. L Sumrall that he is to be Valedictorian of the graduating class for the present year. Jo Haas it Co. ot this place have for this reason bought about (30,000 pounds of Beforo the season is over their purwool chase will reach 125,000 or 150,000 pounds. The police court is in Louisville this week attending tho grand national uuiou republican convention. J. A. Thornburg, of Qreenebnrg, has temporary charge of the telegraph office here, while Mr. and Mrs. L. C Alcorn are visiting friends at Greens-burg- . The Findlay Inbunt, edited by Capt, Diyid A. Murphy, of Findlay. Ohio, finds its way to Danville. There is no reason to doubt that "David A " is the same gentleman who once edited the Danville 'lribnnt in that portion of the Sunny Southland known as Danville, Ky. Rav. J. M. Bruce an J wif, of Stanford, (Thursday ) iS was in town Carrie F.eld, of thU place, pjrfjroj The M EOiic feats aa a mind-readmaking extensive pnflaii-tioc- a fraternity are for the Knighta Templar cot Cl6 e next week. Mr. J. C. Rirdin,tbe ne- - laH ! lord of Gilchei'a Hotel, is rapidly bcoa-ina favorite with the traveling public, as well as home patrons. Mr J. C. Cowan (Dud) was in town this week, the guett o hie nephew, Dr J. C Bogle. Messrs. J W. and W. T. Guest are atteuding the races at Louisville. John Maronheimer ia recovering from typhoid fever. For some months past it has been noticed that very indecent communications, written on postal cards, have been dropped in the Danville postoffice addressed to various young ladies in Danvil!e and other places. The detectives have been working on the matter and Postmaster Marrs and JoThurman have been before the grand jury of the U. 8. Court at Covington. It is understood that Thurman admitted that he had carried several postal cards to the at the instance of another person, but he claimed that he did not know what was written on them. On Wednesday a young man named E W Hoover was arrested by deputy sheriff J. M. Bailey on a telegram from the U. S. Marshal at Covington. Hoover ia charged with writing the cards. Wednesday night deputy U.S. Marshal R. Wireman came over from Covington and took ilooyer back with him on tho 5.40 . TV.M-derfer. g e then nreewary. One Smoke cantatas bctlera 190 and Jow. $2. DebellatorJl. JOSK3, Agent, Crab Orchard, Ky., i'KXXVA' JIc.l l.lSTl'.lt, Aiiritts. L. U. flOOCH A I". W. CON, Afenti, Wavneibtir-- Stunortl, , Hu. Ky. T. R, WALTON, Gitori:it, MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. ry t. I have it Nplciulld Mock of tho following CIooiIm:. Glass-- , Tin- - and Quoons-waro- , Busli, Wood and Grass Scytho8and Snaths, Buggy Whips, all pricos, Picklos in bulk and in bot-tlo- s, Wl Boautiful Flowor Pots and Baskots, Extracts, Lomon and illa, California and othor Goods. Mark Hardin, late of Mor VanCan-no- d T. R. WALTON. ti.tllo, Clerk a.m. train. -- A gentleman from an adjoining county who haa been an inmate of of the insane asylum at Lexington eince December last, waa in town yesterday on hia way home. Wed-nesda- set-ba- short-haired- dem-ocrat- u, ns han He claimed that the authorities would have ordered hia discharge the day after hia arrival, but that he preferred to remain, He spoke of the curious delusions of some of the patients of the difierent phases of insanity; and what an interesting study insanity is. He said generally (peaking that if a patient on his arrival would jump at the doctor and bite him nod then stand on his head, he would have a better chance cf soon being released if he from that time on ceased such demonstrations, than if he behaved in a perfectly rational manner from the first. He aays that he met with a number of persons at the Asylum as rane as anybody. His remarks were keen, pointed and interesting and would look well in print. He contemplates having something to say to the public soon about "Life in a Crazy Shop," -- bBALiaa m- Louis Faulconer and Sara his wife have CAntMnnnru ont ft rK beep married about four years and have n gotten along badly together for three years Fancy Articles. past. They have spoken only to quarrel compounded. for a year or more. Sara keeps a boardlrg PhTilclani' prescriptions accurately and Lawia house and makes her own living persists in occupying a room in the house which belongs toSira, but there ia no other communication between them. Hira ctaimB The Largest Stock of Watohes, Olooka that Lewis remaina in the house only to Jewelry and Silverware torment her and to quarrel with and drive than E?er bought to thla market Price Iwor lle- oTher boarders in order to prevent her the Lowwt. Watche. Clock and Jewelrr palred on short notice and Warranted. from making a living. John Jackson has bein one of the boarderf for montha past and on Sunday Lewis called him a son of a female dog so often that Jackson knocked him down a couple of limes, Louis following Jackson up in order to be knocked down the 21 time. Louis bad Jackson arrested and carried before County Judge Lse who filed Jickson $20. Ha didn't have the money to pay hia fine and ia now . Louia cbargea Sara In the being too intimate with Jackson-Jacksowith saya it isn't so; Sara says it isn't bo; nobody said so or intimated so on the trial but Louis. Louis is a home nigger; Jackson is a strange nigger, a plasterer by trade and an induitrious fellow. He came here from Lawrenceburg and Frankfort. Louis was jealous of Archie Denny a few weeks ago. Sira says his jealousy was unfounded in that case also; so does Arch'e, Pen ny & M1 1 isior PHARMACISTS, n..lA ?;.w((Ck))fao?. 7, ua JEWELERS. WALL PAPER WALL PAPER, work-house- n WALL PAPER, M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S tmi-8SteeltIe $nierior$ourn)ii May 13, 1887 BUSINESS I dcHlrc to cHtntillNli iikcii-cl- c iliroiiKlioutoftlic State cf for the sale one of Ohio, ami undoubtcdley fdHtCHt tlic illlCHt llOOkH ptlbllHllcd tlllH Hcll-lUK Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. SLIGHTLY AMUSINO. Nirriii.sn will upiul n ori'ii ijulrkur 1 HCIIHOII. 11 111.1l lmlo lilKi: Inniirntu-- o ih ileHcnlio 111 un iirriiiiKuinuiii to Uui'p it iiuin pmr ulillo Im llvim, in oritur ti) unnclt hit poor rvlulivoi whom no uii'H, "J am mm palled to work for my uioud," nulil u writltliy inllt'r t6 ti no'or (! wool who conipliiltiid of nut lining ulilo to llnd tuiui tlio loose roviir of YOIJJ6 ATTJBVriON ih I bread for Ills family Hub, with it K'untlo dwniliwo In her tomm: "I mil nut mk t li ohk" -- Hi1, Rleofully: Joy bo Un. ontlm-- I That' rlK'lit, my lovo, Kiv' un iimi'Uiiiitf hoi.k'i run f llrl-tlMtn-i- I'he sale of this book ha been unprecedented, the first edition of 3000 CopICH having been Holt! 111 1CHH tlltlll inoitthH i" C incinnati anil vicinity. Only such parties as are ami reliable, with the very best of referenccH, can avail themselves of this rare opportunity. For full particulars address, three thoroughly experienced pro-vid- "lt m Tiiie tioigltt nf wrHihiilti'in itiiliitnl mnl frniii lilh Hi" by tlie yoniw mnn w ho Mint, upon rculv-Inu- ; oll mul thu pulillrl.llr tiriirrnlly ' i"y ill-- a tlio mlllrn from litfrirl: "I am su milklted. WILL wrvMiott I don't cur how my punta lit iri'K)c In turn nut work iloii" up onlr In tlio liltilir'l rityli" ' !"' 'loinoiUI Art. M t ilimr tii w,.r n't lion In cnirallt lixntiil, I mil n A re.Hwl t III I he ' hK ' A truly nilklii, yiniiiK lillr Im nmtinrr o' tn-lukwJ Mrii-fnT- Imtenri'iwl the iculm t Hr-be- r, HARRY G. RUST, Gen'l Agent, 711 Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio., 11' nl KIMi W IIW." W I IBS' Ihrt hou 'iiinltl jnniH tlio liuiiillo of tit broom through th p trior mirror olTorU to nwii'p olT On nmrlje-ui.Mi- l hIiu uiu Im miUI to liuvu iniuiH lircuk W1111.H y In lii-- r tu-ll- $25,000.00 IN GOID! Will. Ill PAID KUt i ii tnul ovur-Mnrlt- Newport News It Mlisltslppl Valloj BY DAYLIGHT Co. mini cuileli lilt lirmn fur Unit Willi wlin-l- i to nlTonl folUiw-inuu lunch, lie linxi tlnit lio hit limy Ixi utiiiulod thereby to iiuIuIk'o In it Minllu tilniHiilf Haiu ono trump to another: "I'm hungry, pttnl; Ion ko over tlio way to tlio bnkor't utul lool( ut tlio plot mill tliniKt " "Kxcmto mo" av.l tlio othor, "I ilon't want 110 hollow mockery In mine I" of tlio html It n Tiik t'ti.iinplon colorod tinlividuttl who rwontly ilmtrorod tlio itymini'trii'iil outllji'H of Utvn plot In twenty mlnutot, tor a prlo ol u null of clntliot. lio wot umloulittHlly cliuiupion. t'lotlul rui-- u in tlio KHrhof A nirr h'oki'vhk " Whnt 1I0 you Mil., It, Mm I'liilimuyl" iiMuiri'l a Inly piiri'lmrtitl ut Mu HXiiuiiiioil ii nt Ui Imto of IHimttiiK of ii lolty pre Ii which lay the Minttnrfd roniiiint of it ami the liltMirli.iin lump of tin1 ltorot tlnit ilrow It. "I think," rt'plmd Mrt. llitllitity, "Hint the iloHlor tulliil It 'nhovod tor-rlblpio-bltn 11 frU-nd- ARBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS, 1 '2 200 6 25 100 1,000 pnrticnlHrt niul illnt'tlont nre t'lrcii ,. ,,Per full . we mr- - "n-r- r Promium, Premiums, Premiums, Promlums, Premiums, Promlums, Premiums, 31,000.00 3500.00 each 3250 00 3100.00 350.00 11 11 11 Through tht CANONS ol NEW RIVER ind icroil th ALLEQHANIES ind th BLUE RID0E, pilling WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Ritorti of tht Alltghanj MounUlm In Virginia. FINEST SUMMEH rill CLIMATE IN AMERICA. 320.00 S 10.00 11 Obnrutlon Cars from Kanawha Fall to Charlolttt. 11 iBreiklut lit. ONLY to Supper) Irom April tit to Otcem-be- r SOLID L.&N. Louisvillu & Nashville R. R. 1HK IIKKAT LouIjtMo, - mnn Cincinnati, and Lcsingtcn, TRAINS nllh PULLMAN CARS t: !, r ftlANo-muc- h TIIUOIU.II TKUNK TO HIK- liLN Connecti In tarn dtpat In Wathlngton lor ovor.' " A t.or of hllitrtout wrt) orrrvonio by tin ttiiiMlnyof n tmiihi brnko-mon imo of Um Wnirrn nwdt r (ntlomon wtrr iimlty. THf lonK-hlr- t trulltllT "ICW,'1 IHt.'Ill UpOil HOHIclMitlU'Bof tli rwitont of whtrb wn midTliiK lln'tii A lirnkrmntt on the triiin illimiiiiiieithto their comh by ullpptnn into the mkw bottle, while prelrndinK to drink, mtimi upturn, vhn-- hd Umi (t v of .onvnrlltiic U) otMlreporout bovine gentry into the wott (ulet himI nrtlrrly bom utmflmtblo. trick by 11 A stout it rlnld of k rut dog belong 'i Vo it fitrmrr In th door-ytwll wim aufipndod from it jiott for h purpe of lKnlixirK thr furw bitmlt. Th bfll wt ktnn k by pulling n rope whWh hung r.enrly 10 the ground One ntgbt, niter Uh fumily hud rloMkt Um hon-flnuglnK of tlio nd there e 1U tMll. fiiwiur got up to vthm raiinod the dltturbnuiv, ttml on going in t ho dour witt joyfully groeUnl by the liouto dug Hut hud re turn l lulo front it Uie llohls uinl, on llmllng rumble orro-iInmtelf Iih kel out, ruwirtitl tn the boll at i meant nf Hrmit n j hit ma.UT cow-puni'lia 11 nl 11 - BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, Olrtet routt to SOUTH & WtiST ITITII NEW YORK. LYNCHBURC, DANVILLE, And all polnli In Pullman Palace Sleepers. VIRGINIA -E- and NORTH CAROLINA. TICKETS IN SEASONUn i,iii tiit to Alliililii, .NiinIii , XCURSION .: .IK'iiipliln, Il L.T. ICKFIMT MAY I, '87 7 . M 1 AloiiluoiutTj, 'M in imlli No I .. ttnt'r Kx .11 iii. in in jdolillt mill tdilr 01 l.llllf Koik. trlniiN. In tury pii lyiiilirl In Arr I' iliitfiun ' VhltiHutih r " ClmrliiitiiTlllKV ' Itlrhnmn I Junrl) ... . it 1 ii lio I i i i!IM Ml no n'n 5 im a m III . m l III III ihi 11 Arkansas aud Texas EMIGRANTS KrrklriK hoinet nn -r " DM I'ulnl (inifjrl " Ni.rt.ilk " W..hllii!tMl .... ' ultliii..r " I'nllal 'IptiU Nwtrt Niwp 13 ' Hem Vora Km ll tit It II 4l a in W p in J 17 p IU 3 II !" i III II .1 Ikl n ii .1 IK) a M a in r. '.''I Ktc , p ml ii iii t lit p III jl 111 ii in i hi (1 rxi p hi p in 8 in n. a pin k thr llnnol thl. ' .kiII ruin W Ak"i1"' Hit Coiiihidj write V. V rntil tor all) rrt1? ritrt.routx I A1MI1KF., ( lilll.llllr. P.A A , uriri uuiirnr .mum II. i' Vlcii'iiii n J.l HlcbtuonJ, V. Tlr.ota, llatm liiOriuatlmi, applr Hj l'iiIUul. W. FIILI.KK y tilit lip, Kt. lx Ti'tTS il i in the nttire of reallf kooJ J"7n "llll IUV MU ,"n To 1 503, nrCPvof $703,waDd230irotTr'rf ft THE I mm JOURNAL UPP EMENT ami Jpi ion nniti . Always on tiatnl ttlva readya me i UUIUU UUfli-fr iMIrprr (217 lm) T. I.. HHKLTON, llowland. rial. STANFORD, KY., MAY 13, 1887. NOTES OF CURREN1 EVENTS 4 the way he tolil it at police head quarters the other liny: ''Vhell, I vhaain mine place, you know, unJ a feller comes in und says; 'Mister Iilank, I make a bet aboiidt you ehut now ' "Vhas dot no?" "Yen I make a bet dot you can write your name" "01 course I cn write mv nauul Does sompnty take me for a fool?" "Vhsll, you put himdown on dii piece of paper tinil I uiake life dollar." "Vhll, I write my mine on hi paper und he goes nir und I doan' see him any more. Yesterday I net some notice from a btnk dot a note for feefly dollar vhas due. I come down town und finds a note wit my name on der bsck, It vhas der paper on Which I wrote my name." "Well?" "Vhell, dot vhas all, except dot I vhas a fool, und if you catch him I glf one hoonered dollar to keep my name oudt of der papers." TIiIh In Mrs. Ida Anthony, ol PlainQeld, N. J., has sued Mini Jeannelte Uallou for $50 000 damages for i liennting her huabtotl'i affection. The Richmond A Danyille has taken charge of the Es Tnn"see, Virgin! A Georgia railroad E. IS Ttiomss has he n appointed general manager, Peyton R assistant and C. II Hudson general superintendent. Col Bolton, of secce ond class matter in the Chicago and a republican, who was convicted of the embezzlement of about $25,000, has been sentenced to four years' imprironment in the penitentiary The Chattnroi rnilroad has been sold under an order from the United S a'es Cir edit Court. It w bought by Georice C. Wood, representing the purchasing of the bondholders, for $780,000 The rosd runs from Louisa lo Ashland, post-officom-miltee I 4 l,M COMPANY ! ill Vf&R e CREAM 2roj.myz-sz I ' fr H I I J fiU LWW eft '&J. m - LEXINGTON.KY. Ky 5 In hiit charge lo the grand jury, among other Ihintts Judge Jackson said in regard to the Louisville mob: "There in no safety outside of the law One criuiH can nut justify another A mob has o'ten hung iuno cent men. What tunnt be the condition of rule? a community where a mob hold Might with a mob in right. Borne men who litre been edging on the mob by counsel and writing think that because they do not take part they can not be punished. They talk and write like drivelling idiots. Tney are equally as guilty as the leaden, They without the courage ta participate are accent trie before the fact and are equally a guilty, and punishable in like degree and manner as the principals, and had a crime teen committed, it would have been the duty of this court no to have punished thenij" A Kansas paper, in ila joy oyer the reil estate boom which has struck its town, bursts into the following riotous psalm: "Tell me not in mournful numbers that the town is full of gloom, for the man's a crank who slumbers in these bursting days of boom. Life is real, life ii earnest, and the grave is not its goal; eyery dollar that thou turcest hel to make the old town boom, K ijuyuient and not sorrow, is our destined end or way; if you have no money, borrow buy a corner lot eaoh day," The rapid growth of tobacco production in Kentucky is shown in the statement that in 1886 the State produced of the total American crop, while in 18G0 Che she produced sctrcely production in Virginia, Mimouri and North Carolina has fallen oil -- Never probibly in the horse history of Utrren were so large a number of first class saddle and harness maresbeing bred to jack stock. The retsuna alleged are the and the fact thai slow sale ol horsM-colt- a mules are always a retdv offering at something like their market value. -- Glasgow one-third one-quart- gWjWIIJtwJfcfcr.TEtery saek guaranteed to glvo satisfaction. New. The State Central Committee ii now as follows: S. G. Sharp, of Lexington, Chair man; P P Johnson, of Lexmg'oi ; Jjhn K Allen, of LextngtO' ; M C. Alford, of Lexington; R. 8. Bullock, of Lexington; Lawrence Tob'D, of Frankfor ; W B. Hal demit), of Louisville; Cnarlen R. Long, of Lsuiaville; Alvin Duvall, ol Frankfort The Executive Committee is as belore THE composed of one member from each Con- PORTMAN HOUSE BARBER SHOP, gressional district. JKSSK J. TIIOlll'MO, I'ltor'H. Two railroads were sold In Civington Friday by order of the United States Court. Work done lu tho latest Style, with neatness One was the Kentucky & Great Eastern, and dispatch. Ladles' and Children's work Invltod. from Maysville to Newport, consisting mainly of a franchise and nearly a million dollars of indebtedness. It was bought by J. L. Kirkland, of New York, for the All psrsoni ars notified not to pass thrown our bindbolders for $.500. The othe was the prsuilses without tpeciiil (crmlMlon, as we will Cincinnati A Southeastern railroad, sold to enforca the law against tlios who do. Out in Michigan the female advocates of Henry E. Huntington for $1,000. The A.Jt. FKI,J.Sn, prohibition are so intolerant that they will road has IS miles completed, but the franjr. it, Jttiiji.Kit, chise crvers 225 miles; its indebtedness is not even countenance the wearing of corkllOHT. JIcA l.lNTKlt, Htanlord, Ky. 201 tl. ovur STOO.OOO. Boton I'ost. screw curls. VONTED! litnm T 8&?ESg&Z5!2XX?Zr. wnwrnm w SimMBteMj! $nicriorIournai Stanford, Ky., May 13, 1887 called the republican convention to order at Louisville WeJnej-daand indulged in the usual speech that oie o! his pirty is expjeted to make. Login McKee waa then nude temporary chairman, which doubtful honor made the distinguished gsntlemnn from Boyle "to happy as never vas " He too Indulged in a sptech. He then' appointed the usual committees and the meeting dissolved till Curtis F. Burnam was nomina4 o'clock. ted for permanent chairman by the committee on reassembling and he was chosen. He made him a little speech also. The platform condemns the democratic party; favors Federal aid to education; approves an "adjusted" tariff; favors national internal Improvements of rivers, etc.; condemns the veto by President Cleveland of the pauper pension bill; holds out a bait lo the working-maand expresses sympathy with Ireland. The temperance question was Ignored. W. O. Bradley was nominated for governor; Matt O'Dohtrty, lieutenant gov eraor; Hon, John Fetand, at'orney general; R. D. Divis, auditor; Captain J. R. Par. year, treasurer; Ksv. William H. Childers, superintendent of public instruction; Thos. J. Tinsley, register of tho land office; and then at 12 45 yesterday morning the powwow scattered. Now, by St. Nicholas, let the music begin. JaixtE Morrow y Fourteen people were killed or In jured in a railroad wrcek In Australia, Tom Crittenden, who murdered a no gro four years ago, Is nt last on trial at Great slice! were torn from mountains, fissures opened In the earth, lakes swallowed up and new laces created by the seismic week. Severdisturbances in Arizona al yolcanic eruptions were witnessed, Buildings were injured in ninny cities. Chris Praise, Clerk of the Hardin county Circuit Court, was ordered to fcr contempt by Judge McBeath. Fraisc refused to testify against a man who was a friend in a whisky case, He weakened however aftor several hours' confinement and came to time. Col. Morrow began to quote scripture among the first things he said, and the delegates' mouths and eyes stretched in astonishment and wonder as to what he was talkThe Colonel is a Post. ing about. straight-lacePresbyterian and can preaoh as good as any of them when he's a mind her mother-in-law- , McWha. living at Holli-day'- s Mrs. Suzette Caye, West Virginia, were found their heads murdered in their sitting-room- , having been beaten to a jelly with a car coupling pin. Tbe theory is that burglars entered the house and being seen and identified by tbe ladies, killed them, Evidences of woman's devotion are not lacking. Here's one among thousand:!: Levi Thomas, who was sent to the Michigan City Ind ) prison for two years, was visited by his wife, who walked 200 miles to see him. She has engaged as a domestic in a family near tbe prison that she may be near him during his incarceration Gov. Knott is scattering pardons right and left. He has just pardoned from the Frankfort penitentiary Delaney Perry, a young man who was sent up from Louisville about a year ago to serve two years for obtaining money under false pretenses. Perry swindled seven business firms in LouCovington Commonwealth. isville. Eistern Kentucky is now attracting attention throughout the United State. Wo ate told that two special trains passed up last week laden with men bound for a prospecting tour through the mountain region. The wealth is there and from the amount of interest taken in it we may safely suppose that the time of its development Ml. Sterling Sentinel-Democrais not far off. Mrs. Eliza Baker and t. W. P. WALTON. WITH SUPPLEMENT DEMOCRATIC TICKET. NEB, ol Hint County. LlKBTKNANT fJovMXOR of Kenton count;. Attobjiev OKSKRit- -r. Mercer county. AtfDiroR-FAYET- lat Fok Ooti:bsor-IMO- N BOLIVAU BUCK. JAME3 W. BRYAN, V. UABDIN, of ol TE HEWITT, Hardin county. W. TATE, ol Woodford Tbkasvhkr-JAM- ES county. 8urKINIKNDEJr OF PUBLIC INSTBUCTIOH. JOSEPH DESHA PICKETT, of Payette county. H. Beoister or the Lad Oitick-THOM- AS COBBETT,ofMcCrckon county. LKOULilUiE-D- r. J. D. PETTUS, Lincoln lounty. n Said a prominent thinking man to me the other day: ' Send Beck back, why certainly; where can you expect to find a man who Is hia equal? He is the recognized leader of the Senate, a true friend of the South, knows what we want, ia always at his post, All this and is an honor to Kentucky. talk about retiring him la simply bosh. NoBir, Mr. Beck ehould be kept in the Senate aa long aa he wants to stay there, and you may rest asaured he will be." There have been fourteen additions to the Christian church during Bro. Frank's meetiug. Besides these visible results the brethren have all been benefitted. They have been strengthened in their beliefs, made resolves (n be better men and women, to practice charity and tell of their breth ren's virtues and not mention their faults and to use their time, talent) and money to buildinc up the cause of the Master in this community. Bro. Frank has done a noble work and made lasting friends of all who beard him. He leaven us to day. Wo hope to see him again soon. DANVILLE, After using the Buiole Ball two uioullii wrltra as follow! Ykllvillk, Aiik , Jan 1", IW (Aaiii Smokr Bai l Company I Iisto It ld your mcJ- Mnoandun truthfully sty tlili. I hare practiced medMuo for thirty yoau, and your Cirbollc Smoke Hall relloTci Catarrh, Aathma, Ncuraltlit, Croup and Bronchitis inoro rc.idlly than any pretention, and I will aiy further, that no physi cian will or cau rreparo a remedy that will rIto relief as loon m tho Carbolic Smoke 1111 lor the dlcrs named In your cirW. M. NOE. M. D. cular. Uil'ISVILlK, l'cb, I. I Iuto been Cakmi h Smokk Ball Com tan y (lentlrmi-n- ; muflcrorfrom Catarrh for eUht ycirs; the lymptonn wsro a fiillncu about the head, frequently followed with NeuraUU pains. Hue Utod numerous remedies without recelilnK any benefit. A friend Induced me lo try too Hmkj Bill. treatment has been attendei by mit iitlaf.ictory rciulli. bclleTO the Suioko lull tho only Catarrh cure, anl cheerfjlly recommend It to all suflereri Irom Catarrh Iain milled If used properly It will rltjct a permineut cure. K. M. 1IOO C, Respectfully, 1 A FHYSICIA1V. Pball ohm XvSjk a rvs-i- y 4h t WithStrattonATeriliyiie. After mCerlne with Ottarrh for fllteen Tears and iiwiJIn.- a great deal ot money for remedies, 1 unheilutlngly pro- nounre. your larwuo omots nail me dmi i nare erer uiim, It U tbeouly remeJy leTer saw that 1 bsllere will cur Catarrh, and 1 warmly recommend It to erery tuSerer. I.I I.I. A UI) THOMPSON, Lebanon, Tei n Tic AttorneU'Urnrrnl ofTrnHennci'mtu": to. BOTLE COUNT T. The complete treatmeut indole Is a Debcllator paek ge, ihlch thouUI b- - uwd In all chronic ca bctNeea W) ami 460 i The Louimlle lima makes this earnest plea for organizition which thoe entrusted vith its duties would do well to consider and bee.', There in little doubt that Gen. Buckner would be elected without an organization, but if his election is to mean anything it must ba by a inaprity that id decisive, and to achieve such a majority the dunocralic committee mint ro to woik at once, open correcimdence with eyerj ' democrat in the State of local prominence,) dieaeminate democratic newspapers that hd ( vocate our principle?, send forth democratic orators to create democratic enthusiasm and bring out the vote on the day of election, and hare a complete and full poll of the vote before the election. It would not be neceesary to do this if thiu campaign was a Kentucky campaign only, but it is far more; it is the beginning of the national campaign of next year, the first charge of 1888, and it must carry demoralizition and terror to the ranke of the enemy. Damo-crat- ic nrinciple are immortal. They will in Ibe future even though they po previ-i- l down next year. The old party has danced on the graves of meny of its enemies. It buried Federalism more than four score years ago. It buried Whigism more than a third of a century ago. It buried in 1823. It buried Know Noth-ingiainl85G. It struck republicanism a blow almost fatal in 18S4, and will bury that party in 1SSS, if Kentucky but does her duty this year. Then for prohibition may come In the or any other heresy-tha- t future democracy will be ready. Advance the banner and let democracy, like Gideon's band, keep her eye upon the enemy, even when taking needed refreshment. anti-Mason- ry m Tnr Courier Journal has a faithful employe in the parson of John M. Bennett, tie excellent foreman of the mwa composing looms. He has been with it about a quarter of a century and next to Mr. IIil-dems- n himself, hia word is supreme law in the establishment. Ha was telling us the other night, when we called after 12 o'clock, about the wonderful growth of the mechanical department of the pprr in tho last few years. Less than ten years ago he would have to have notice a week ahead if a supplement had to be sent out on Sunday; now he gets out a 20 pje papar w ith less than a half day's notice. He also tells us that Mr. Haldeman has ordered three new presse.', the finest in the country , for delivery next September, when the sizj of the piper will be increased a column to the page and 21 inches added to tho length. We are indebted to Mr. Bsnnett for much useful knowledge in the printing business, that will be of value to us. NOTES OF CURRENT Elf E NTS. then rrtery. a Constitutional TrMtwent, The faculty of Centre College have informed Mr. W. L Sumrall that he is lo be I'rlceS'J. lebellter$l. Valedictorian of the graduating class for 1'K.V.V V A' K. W. JO.NBS, Agent, CrabOrchard, Ky., Ihe present year. Jo Haaa & C). of this place have for this season bought about 00,000 pounds of Before the reason is over their purwool chases will reach 125,000 or 150,000 pounds. The police court ia in Louisville this week attending tho grand national union republican convention. J. A. Thornburg, of Grceneburg, hue temporary charge of the telegraph otKce hero, while Mr. and Mrs. L. C Alcorn are visiting friends at Greens-burg- . One Smoke Malt oonulm dow Jlr.t l,IHTKIl, Aurtttt. Stun font, Hu. Ky. 1.. (1. (lOOClt A PON, .fU, Warneitmnf, Some of our exchanges, we regret to notice, are disposed to make sport of our Billy Bradley's short legs and say that he can never hope to win a race with them. This is all wrong. Our esteemed friend does not expect to win and it is cruel to remind him that he stands no more chance in a race than a puddle duck. And besides we have it rem good authority that the colon el didn't make thoce legs, or he would have constructed them in a more shapely manner. If Judge Morrow were as mean looking as the Sima' picture makes him, we would feel it our duty, as much as we like him, to take a Mick and end his miserable existence. If there ever was a case in which a prccecuticn for criminal libel would lie, Judge Morrow haB it against Emmett Lo gan and we shall cease to be his advocate and defender if he does not seek to protect hia handsome phiz from such carricatures. set-ba- ck Penn-eylvani- in Woman suffrage gets a the bill favoring it having bean killed by the legislature. The dear creatures will therefore not vote this year. Perhaps s'mother year they may. But no genuine woman wanta to vote. It is only the men , flat breasted, would-b- e ex who hanker for the privilege. of the The Danville Adioeatc has stuck to it for two iesues that 'Tom Cotbin" is the democratic nominee for register of the land office. We think thero must be some mistake about this, but as Bro. Mans was at the convention and is a elrict temperance man, we will not dispute the point with him. The Monticello!'iai will excise us for the reference ia our last paper. We did not obcerve till later that it had dofled its patent inside and of course did not look there for the missing locals. The improve ment in the paper la very decided and we $800. A gang of men engaged in cleaning out congratulate Bro. Thompson. were buried by a furnace at Braddock's, Pa The "nigger" was as usual ignored up their ticket. under a falling arch of red hot coke, lime the republicans in making stone and other materials, five of them be When we consider that the colored populog burned to death. lation furnishes most of the vote, this Is The magistrates of Fayette have refusleaBt, pretty shabby treatment, to say the the "duni'b driven ed to allow a vote of the county to be taken and one against which on the question of voting money to the cattle" ought to rebel. Kentucky Union railroad and the Lexing-tonian- e are indignant indeed. Col Mccarty, Gov. Knott' assistant Fanny Murray, a young girl of StoneSecretary of State, has thrown a damper upon the aspirants to that effice by stating wall, Col., fell from a horse by her saddle that it has not paid him over $3,000 a year. turning. Her foot became fastened in tbe It has generally been thought to pay about stirrup, and the frightened horse started on a run, She was found dead two miles $10,000. and is any. So.yiBE 8tofer has been arrested Franklin Howell, a wealthy banker of now on trial for releasing Cernelison. If he Ssranton, Pa., has been sued for breach of ce geta his deserts he will serve a longer promise by a Pittsburg lady, who aaks than the friend he stultified himself lo $75,000. This is the recond suit of the release. character in which Mr. Howell haB been Not aeinglenoteof dissatisfaction against defendant In one year. J. Bel Miller's injuries received at the the democratic ticket comes from any quarter. It is an admirable one and is good democratic convention are much more than were at first supposed. He was for at least 40,000 majority. evidently hit in the eye with a loaded cane Miss Jennie Bowman, the victim of the or club, and It is feared that he will lose Louisville tragedy, which two weeks ago bo is said he will less the fat died at 9;15 Monday the eye. It also honiBed the city, city office be holds. evening. ehort-haliedsan-ten- A high license bill was passed by the Pennsylvania Legislature. Oa Tuesday coflee was quoted at 522 a bag which coat S3 42 a year ago . Up to Tuesday 0,500.326" trade dollars had been redeemed at the Treasury Department. Gov. Hill has vetoed the Constitution al Convention Bill passed by the New York Legislature. Ida Vaughn, of Poplar Blufi, Ark., was ravished and then murdered by unknown parties. James McElroy, who was to be hung at Henderson next Friday, hi s been respited until July 1. The ceremonies of unveiling a monument to the "Unknown Confederate Dead" will take place at Hopkinsville May 19. The clipper ships Seminole and Charmer have started on their 8,000 miles race from New York, around Cape Horn to San Francisco. The weather in the Northweat was extremely hot Tuesday, the mercury ranging from 94 to 9SS in the ehade in Minnesota and Iowa. The University of Pennsylvania has decided that from the openining of next session no cigarette smoking will ba allowed by the students. son of Miles Aden, a The farmer near Ionia, Mich., shot and killed his sister, aged 12, and said, "She won't bother me any more." Cora Sullivan, daughter of a wealthy citizen of Montgomery county, Missouri, suicided with chloral. She left a note saying she was possessed of a devil. Dan Manning's new bank, the Western INational, of New York, with ex Treasurer began buainess Jordon as this week with $3,500,000 capital. At Tarboro, North Carolina, a negro of 19, who had attempted to rape a young white girl, was taken from jail and hung on the spot where the assault was made. The burning of the "Oak Hill " Distil ery in Fauquier county, Va., is reported. Two thousand gallons of whisky, with engine and all fixtures, were destroyed. The list of claims against Madison The county county amount to $10,920.79 judge is paid $1,000, the attorney $900 and the school commissioner, who is a lady In Boyd county Peter Tripp and Alexander Caldwell, well known farmers, last week quarreled about a fence, and parted, threatening to kill eachotheron sight. Both armed themselves and Tuesday evening met on the road near town and at once opened fire on eachother. Tripp was instantly killed. Caldwell lived until Wednesday morning. It is believed that their sons will continue the feud. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Lancaster. A new boarder at the Hamilton House arrived on the 9:h iust. nis name is James Hamilton Hay; weight S pounds. Dameel Hickman, of color, got 20 days in Ihe police court on in the work-bous- e Monday for belling whisky without license. The colored delegates attending the republican convention from this place are Jas. Bur-det- t, Al Dunn, alias "Grand-daddy- ," Anderson and William Cook. Lee Gen. W. J. Lindram goes to Covington on Friday to try the caeeof Bisk vs. the K. C. railroad before the U. 8. Court. Siek is the man who waa killed by the railroad at this place a year ago. Sam Engleman went hunting on Monday; Sam Engleman went huntiDg on Tuesday; Sam Engleman went hunting on Wednesday; Sam Eogleman went hunting on Thursday, &c, and soon. William Hamilton ia the youngest butcher in town. He is only 10 years old, is a cripple, but ia a hustler from away back. He can jell "fresh fish" with a vim equal to that of a city huckster. Bill is a good boy. The following delegates left on Tuesday for the republican convention at Louisville: Gen. W.J. Landram, Geo. Denny, D. K. Collier, J. W. West, Hon. Wm. Berkele, John E. Stormes, Capt. W. J. Kinnaird and R. A. Burnside. From what we can learn the prohibition vote in this county will be pretty slim. Although local option carried here last fall bv a cood msiorily, it seems that the strong est advocates of the law are not going to forsake their respective parties. While this may look a little inconsistent, it is s, decidedly the best thing to do, by the is a vote at least, as a vote for Fox deliberately thrown away. On next Wednesday morning at the Christian church, Miss Lula Chairee, one of the loveliest and handsomest young la dies who ever walked our streets, will ba married to Mr. Wm. Jones, of Savanah, Ga. Tbe ceremeny will be pronounced by Elder G. W. lance. If the groom ia a man of aa much discernment as hia stlec tion of a wife indicates, we predict for him a brilliant and successful career. Mrs. M. L. Granger and son Commo dore have returned. They find a new and beautiful residence awaiting them. Mrs, JiulcaO-jslBvaud MraG.wtnt to Cin'ti, Hugh M.Grant, the able cor- Tuesday. resnondent of the Danville Advocate, is oil May the spirit of on a fishing expedition. him. George Coatee, Izaak vVnlton attend Eiq., of Louisville, is visiting friends here, Ed Bishop didn't name the winner of the Derbv. He ia a fraud. Col. John Faulkner, of Louisville, has been here greeting hia many friends. NUB Bessie Adams is visiting at W. B. MasonV. There is no doubt but that the demo- crats of Garrard are overwhelmingly in favor of returning Mr. Beck to the Senate. dem-ocrat- The Fmdlay Inbune, edited by Capt, Dayid A. Murphy, of Findlay. Ohio, finds its way to Danville. There is no reason to doubt that "David A " is the same gentleman who once edited the Danville 'lrihunt in that portion of the Sunny Southland known as Danville, Ky. Ksv. J. M. Bruce anl wife, of Stanford, (Thursday ) JEJI waa in town Carrie F.eld', of this place, pjrfjr.ii Rj i The M 60 lie derful feats as a mind-readmaking extensive irf)sii-tion- s fraternity are for the Knighta Templar ooi els re next week. Mr J. C. Rrdin,tbo ne laa ' lord of Gilchei'a Hotel, ia rapidly Ixcon-in- g a favorite with the traveling public, as well as home patrons. Mr J. C. Cowan (Dud) was in town this week, the gueH o his nephew, Dr J. C Bogle. Messrs. J W. and W. T. Guest are attending the races at Louisville. John Masonheimer is recovering from typhoid fever. For some months past it has been noticed that very indecent communications, written on postal cards, have been dropped in the Danville poetoffice addressed to young ladies in Danville and other places. The detectives have been working on the matter and Postmaster Marrs and JoThurman have been before the grand jury of the U. S. Court at Covington. It is understood that Thurman admitted that he had carried several postal cards to the at the instance of another person, but he claimed that he did not know what was wrltteq on them. On Wednesday a young man named E W Hoover waa arrested by deputy sheriff J. M. Bailey on a telegram from the U. S. Marshal at Covington. Hoover ia charged with writing the cards. Wednesday nighl deputy U. 8. Marshal It. Wireman came over from Covington and took llooyer back with him on the 5.40 er. post-office T. R. WALTON, ghoci:h, SOMERSET STS. MAIN AND I huvo la Hplciiilltl Mock of tliu following C.ooiIh:. Glass-- , Tin- - and Quoons-ware- , Bush, Wood and Grass Scythosand Snaths, Buggy Whips, all pricos, Picklos in bulk and in bottles, Boautiful Flowor Pots and Baskots, Extracts, I.omon and illa, California and othor Goods. Mark VanCan-no- d T. R. WALTON. IUrdln.lalc of Mot tlnllo, Clerk A. M. train. i. gentleman from an adjoining county who has been an inmate of of tbe insane asylum at Lexington since December last, was in town yesterday on his way borne. li claimed that the authorities would have ordered hia discbarge tbe day after hia arrival, but that he preferred to remain. He spoke of the curious delusions of aome of the patients of the different phases of insanity; and what an interesting study insanity is. He said generally speaking that if a patient on his arrival would jump at the doctor and bite him nnd then stand on his head, he would have a better chance cf soon being released if he from that time on ceased such demonstrations, than if he behaved in a perfectly rational manner from tbe first, lie says that he met with a num ber of persons at the Asylum is sane as anybody. His remarks were keen, pointed and interesting and would look well in print. He contemplates having something to say to Ihe public soon about "Life in a Crazy Shop," haiMil m Louis Faulconerand Sara bis wife have beeg married about four years and have Drugs, Books, Stationery and gotten along badly together for three years Fancv Articles. past. They have spoken only to quarrel compounded. for a year or more. Sara keeps a boardirg PhTilclani prescriptions accurately living and Lswia house and makes her own persists in occupying a room in tbe house which belongs to Sua, but there is no other communication between them. Sara claims The LargeBt Btook of Watohes, Olocka, that Lewis remains in the house only to Jewelry and Silverware torment her and to quarrel with and drive E?er bought to this market Prices Iwor than oTher boarders In order to prevent her tbe Lowwt. WatcbM, Clocks and Jewelry Be- palred on short notloo and Warranted. from making a living. John Jackson has bom one of the boarderr for months past and on Sunday Lewie called him a son of a female dog so often that Jackson knocked him down a couple of times, Louis following Jackson up in order lo be knocked down the 21 time. Louis had Jackson arrested and carried before County Judge Lee who fioed Jickson $20. He didn't have the money to pay hia fine and la now Louis charges Sara in the with being too intimate with Jackson-Jacksosays it isn't bo; Sara says it isn't so; nobody said so or intimated so on the trial but Louis. Louis is a home nigger; Jackson is a ttrango nigger, a plasterer by trade and an induitrious fellow. He cam e here from Lawrenceburg and Franklort. Louis was jealous of Archie Denny a few weeks ago. Sira says hia jetlouay wis unfounded in that case also; so does Arch'e, -- A Fenny & irMMes PHARMACISTS, (rj sa iff . 'V&w JEWELERS- WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, work-hous- WALL PAPER, M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S I '4. - .,. ,wiir.jewppwwii'''..i ppr um Itn i nAVcn l ra,Je ,r R7 What will remove groans tpol" from C7 Rn ptraon 9(vlU our new and energetic publication.. I a frequent olothlng In the beat manner, popular for Liberal lermi and excluilve territory kI vtii. Inquiry. There la probably nothing better Tfachera, tudtnti and otheri, deilllni iwrmanpnt ouce h. than equal part of atrong ammonia water, employment ihould ddrea at Cincinnati,ADAllH O Tit A LlllLh Si MAI1U. .V(!o.,ll Palace Hotel Ilulldlnx, ether and alcohol. I'm a piece of blotting TitAna In n Uuto In tho tvosptoMlon of a paper under the greaie apot, molilen a gentleman of Atlanta, (la., tlmt Ih mi " douhtodly Uio oldest Instrument of tho sponge first with water to render it "greed? KENTUCKY GENTRAL kind lu America. It wn inrulo In 17IB nnd then with the mixture, and rub with It the hiu been hutuloddown through live gonora-tlaiu- i. pot. In a moment it i dlatolved, aaponi "JIltioGriiftH iloute." fied and absorbed by the aponge and blot Tub police of flarniany photograph 8hortost and Qnlokest Route from Oen Scientific American criminal In uch a manner in to dUtlnctly ter. tral Kontuoky to all Points North, tuko tho loft ear. Tlioy nay that while ttio Nebraakahaa furniahed an Illustration of East, West And Southwoat. features of tho face may change, tho Kait Lin lletweon our retain it bnpo alway, nnd further, the praolical value of Arbor Day. In that no two ioroiiA huvo ours alike. r State of great prairie, on the tint of U A Ladt, while Hilling in her parlor ono Dara, lfi rear ago, 12 000 000 ahoota liKXINUTON A CINCINNATI Jay recently, wtw very much Ntnrtled hy a were planted; now the United Sta m Foreal plgwon crushing throuKh hur window. Tho hlrd, after tlylng about tho room n few Commiaaioi report that thero are Gne Tral n i leave (lowland at ft and 7.13 A M, timed, darted through tho hole it had matlo grove unwing 300 miles wen' o the ItolurnltiK airlTeatOand 8:55 r v. In Ita entrance that 005,000,000 treei are thriv Qoith nnlngulnr wedding took placo In ing nana could be where a few year ai-! tho show window of a Chicago caUhllahinent recently It wan aecn aave along the atreatna, an udvorliiienicnt for the Blare, nnd tho Real Estate and 8tore "Can the Mlanouri river be damnm)7" anka Valuable couplo wore to recolro thorefor an onllro Booms. outfit for tholr new homo. a Montana exchange. Can h? Ak a Mia ol Lwl V Phlllpa, dee'd, I Mler At ExiTiilor Aa an evidence that baao-baplaying It eouri rirer leamltot captain whoiher It fur Mix, mi ruj t iai, tliu (olIuwlDK ral retain la fust Incoming a bualno. Inn tend of a nport t'i jruwlntf can be or not. Aak the nitte Ank the and nenr K uluvkv: luwn ol Ijincuter, (lirrnnl In thin country, the fact In cited that tho eountr. on fubllcS-iiro ol Mid annual outlay on It In at leant :',.Vm,(0). crew. From the war you talk it will prob One llrlck i It In a good paying hunlnenn, an nomo of ably be new, to you, but It la neyerthelen town, now utni a room ou the room Square, now I'ulille One frame rilors thono engage-.-! In It receive f&,U.aJ or over room Uiully uruc-rM a fact that there more artiatia and 'exlen yearly on Itlcbuiond Hlr.et, near Pubt Two umI aa a Mllllnerr rlUirw, tin ivednmntrung along the Miaaotirl river lic r. homo of a certain tiro cnglno comTil Willi other Ji an UndertakluK tnialillihinrut I) illnorlm-Hintinpany inanifent gnat. Iiiclligeiu-olthan any other atreain in the world lot of Kftiiiiul Hill block will tm eiM It Urtlrrd between the ring of tho bulln of n kota Hell mlJoinUg Ui. OnH Urrn with hoHM and olhar tire alarm and a prlvulo telephone. They arc all attention utthonouud of the former, Ornnkfinnsu, or Liquor Habit, can be Cured by proTeweota.oo the 137 arm. Turnpike. 3 mllrw iruiu lntiuler, uf hut are wholly Indifferent to tho ringing of Una Karu oil to acre, S4 uillea from IjinCiuler, a tntnittarlng Dt Halnea' Oolden Bpeclnc. tho laltur. ni'r the i.eilUKtou I'lke, imprured, with Iiiium outbul dlngi. it can be Iveu lu a cup ol cultee or lea vtlth-ri- lt and ntri-Jr- y In dnyn long gono a certain tirofoaalonal unlmpruT. d, 3 uillea from Innraatpr, due Hie the pervm tnklliK It, ef. gambler umhI to win largo numn of money (ecllng kiniHletlce of irnuiiiijiit rurr, Hlielher ICt.,oiihriu, UiIdkUio Turnpike of73acrea. the a .pet uud ALd ilwi inurt of ."6 scrra on Mlllrt'a Creek, at dice throwing. It wun noticed that he Ihe uttient In .itunoleraie drinker or an alcoa Invariably ueod a certain table that wun holic urerk. IIioii:iiiiI il diutiknrdn have alwul 4 iiilltw Irom IJiueaiter. all thli property Airirrului, I delt to mil men who h.ite taken the covered with a green cloth. Thin table beni.iile ti'in)-ia- ie euipuwrrel by Ihe will lu make ilruJi to it came Uw proHirty of a ponton who kept It (iiiltti'ii siuti'lflt III tliclr niitti... ulltiiml tli..l ' A aui ctia re U lion olTVied lu lli.im drilrlug flue lirllete the) quit drink- - liouiet or Inviwluienln u number of yearn, until, it becoming worn knnitlrdue. and o IihiiiiiiiI i fleet UK ol their nun Irre lll. lull rtlcular.ldr-i- i my AtUirney, II T. out, be deckled to don troy it. In breaking ('men Kimran-e- d NoH, fnitler, Ky . oi llie unueitlnned at Klaii In Mi Itn it up ho dlncovorod a nmull battery Innkle reiiiltn seii.l Inr mluiliiMratlnli full partlruhiM. lord, y elnillar nnd J St. rtlll.ll'S. which had been uaed to magnetite a at-'At .'tm Kirtiilor ' teuif (Sill HPN M'KlIMUCU Adilrixn plalo In the top of the table. Thin revealed tho noorot of tho former owner' auccen. In dice throwing -- THE 8EMI.WEEKLT A home recently played an Important ! part In a dome-al- e drainu In ono of our largo cltlett. A gentluuiuu owned a home which wan a favorlU) of hln wife. Ono day ihe wan out driving, and In panning a I'll world rnmwtiitl KnlM-,thfmnout l)wk neat little houao the uulmal brought up at er A "miii, Ih- iUr and rellnblu livereit rin rele'raiel i'Ioiiii A Varreu, and tliu Juli.i the gate thereof. Tim lndy urged hlra on, llmrrliA (Vi'i but tin; Incident prompted her to again punn the place. The home acli-- d an before, und the lady got out uud nppronrhfd the houne. A pretty womuii annwored her ..... I...-I.- I. , Ant .... knock anil In reply to her queallon nalil ' .11 WIW.Hl IIIU ..h nha ilaalflnJ -- .L...I Kill. ill.lMIIIV ..... leal Imliuiueiit will do well to limine u r , tho inquirer' her name wan Mr. II priiia li'ioreim rhalni(. Wear agmiu for Ibe own name. It dcvoioHil into a cane of Joan Cutircu A Co, auj will war bigamy and divorce, the author of whit h rani our J'lai lot rcvD year., and our O gaua wm tho or flte yean The Kverett I'Uiio and ihe Clou li old home. A barren Org n are the and moil rellahln Home teron if Iciaure han compiled th IniirniofnU manufactur d. Ojr lnlruiunni HTANyOHD, KY. following uMiuialt) of the inimcular oxer .ranlwarrn at the loiioffini In rtleifiid, where I Mia lto llicliaidi will etale nrlrwa atn tiuu required in cutting four ami a hall I'rriona who nave purrhaaoi heei inairuiuents million feet of lumlxir: Uy careful reckonwill iratir u llirlrduraMllly and elp;aut flulab WALTON, ing it m found that the aernge uumlMir of Wm will liAirlal tn mi,,- - IIim i.nl.ll ...! d. ...... blown required to foil an average trre in Uw atMla'tlou W. 1. Willlaiui, nf Minion-I- ll Kldrr alto rep about 1J, and tho nter.iKC diamine retMila the Church TurUy ami 'rl.U at the ed to terve Johnfrlruda. A Co , aud will I plra, traveled by the axe tit a blow, twelve It pulilliliixl errry low lilt prlrxol feet. Then we have ffi,uo iree, by .Vl H. It A' It. 4'iHtK, blown to the tree, equ.iln wi.Ul,lJd, total aKftCKKNCKI nuinl-e- r of blowi; Ml,(M by twele feet, TtVO IMM.AIIN I'KIt YKAIt. John II. Carpenter, ItuttoiiTlile; J M Kim ire, dlntauce tr.ieicd bv the ate at cue h blew Hlan ord. Jaiurt Hratley, Mtanlord; J V. t'nlllpt, isun'oid, A. H. Penny, Hianforu; Mrt. Kanul eqlialn 2,lftM0,U feet, toUd dmUlltce Farra, UniMler, (Irn W J Lanlram, Laocatler: traveled by Ihe axe (Jr. In other word, Cbarlrarandldge. Juiulluii City; W, M. I'ayne, -- or tho ax" travel 40,:i9 mlten, . red. 13 feet aLLi'Laan HreachrrtTillr; Mr K M Carpntr. Hlanlord, in cutting ."4l.nn Ui , ur 4) million feet Urt. Magicle tlolmra, Crab On bard; O. T. Noatly and Cheaply Ksoauted. Ijiiimilrr. of lni'ib r liei y, S II Ar-bo- nd o hoiiao-fumlahln- g FOU HXIaV. ll HiorB-rwoi- drr-Kiw- u-- m htore-room- H.iut-.ociino- w -- u y ul ffQPlOS e M n c t Interior Journal W. P. I Pro'r. J Wat-lai- y k eTytlllr rjlioicf." 5ir5,;IIilol.'!,"J-!irl!iPlii.MTn3-S- - ? "Wia.''",2K,-- 1 Stanford, Ky - May 13, 1887 u. O. WALTON, - Business Managor. PERSONAL. Ouu friend, Judge J. M. Philips, seems to have struck it rich in Kansas City. He made two tales of lota last week, we observe in one of the papers of that city, which $105,000, on which he reoeWed 2J per cent, commission. At a aoirce ihtnsante in honor of Mlaa Byle, of Chicago, and MIm Miller, of til. J weph, Mo , at the latter place, Mm. J. W MaAhster, wtio was the lovely Mis Joule Wither, wore cream eitin rhsUion, gar nlahed in laoe and ostrich bands, brighten diromrs ed with shell pink; diamond. m We have received word from the mana- B. S. MABTIN. JNO M. PKKKIN3. BaoDllKtD, KY., May, 1887. gers that the following speakAlbright beg ers among others will be at the Kentucky friends an J A Martin ol heto Inform their many customers change in Arm name Chautauqua at Lexington, Rev, Sam P. to Jones, W. I. Marshall, of New York, Dr. MARTIN A PRKKI2VN. Milhurn, "The Blind Man Eloquent," Mr, Wallace Brush, New York, Prof. R. A. The new firm hop. a not only to sustain the repProctor, the astronomer from England, Mr utation of theoltl, but Intern! to make mane Intho manufacture ol tobacco J Da Witt Miller, of Philadelphia, Dr. Wll-litt- will be to the Interest ol our customers. Wewhich will devoteapec al attention to our Natural Ieaf brands Mr. F. A. Otter, the Mexican and of Kentucky'a neat leaf Thanking sou for past favors and asking tor a continuation of your trade, South Amerloan traveler, etc, etc In adfteip.ctfu'lT tour , we remain, dition a great speaker will be present for 2tt otn I'KIIUIXH. IMIMIV Temperance Dv and a well known Congressman in Nitional Diy The Hundav school work will be conducted br Dr. Wish-ar- d, of Dinvillfl, Prof. McClinlock, of Rich mond. Mrs llur of and oth ers. The Seen' ir Normal will be in charge of the Sta'e Board of E location The malic will be c in Im e I by Professor Cse, of Cleveland, ons of Chautauqua's musical well-kno- The German Detective Gimpiny hts cancelled its date here, without assigning reasons. A Republican Opinion or Bucknkr 'I C)lJouisviut -- BEAST! NtwAiBmj CHiC4oT!t(9-- " Ar the nomination of an by the democratic convention of Kentucky was A inevitable, the nomination of a man like LKAVINO liOTII Oen. Huckoer in more encouraging than would hate been the nomination of a mm MHTIsVlM.K A CII.VCIW ATI. of less weight and tern reputation I' is Ill ly, secure to travelers true ihtt Qen. Buckner km one of the 6rst Kenluckiaa to organize effective opposition THE MOST RAPID SERVICE to the general government In 1801. It in also true tnat he was one of the first Kver attempt. between the great commercial ct-- I and to accept defeat in proper spirit, III iiii the ml Kite mm i htettU". and hence Us eil time ami riiiifor'hhle trains lie and it will always be remembered in his fa twwn s flints In the South, or t the Vf ami AurfnrCMf riiHiotinte part of this train vnr that when the old chief of the Union on all trn k luift la denominated lintt-Pi- t The wm armies wan on bis death-berui. Buckner waa pliif FjciirPMM The tuprrii rnllln at ck fives (iitruns CnUmitetl Comfort. one of the ex.CjnfedeMtes wno went (o the MAt all Coupon lirke Otflce iu the Hon Hi yo.i vl find uiir iIiuh lalile ami tickets. ay tloflick room with the hand-cla- ap of friend tion, get Motion ami atick to Motion, If go ahip and sympathy.-CnicaInter Ocean. ytiil want Ui mtfp ini.n. j ami hare a pleasant Jour- NEW FAST MAIL Mexican Mustang Liniment Sciatica, Lnmbago, RheamatUm, Burns, Scaldi, Stings, Bites, Braises, Bnnioni, Corns, Cm-federa- tes 1 OUHH8 Seratchet, Spraini, Straini, Stitches, d StiffJoinU, Backache, I (tails, Sores, ney K I Until the democratic convention bled in Louisville last week and perform -- d It labors o tifctorily to the detnocrto of Kentucky the reuubhctn had Hoie hopes of electing Bill Bradley governor Tne hoped that there would be division, antagonism' and factions developed aui'in Kentucky democrats, but the convention dispelled it, the Highlanders stood shnul der to shoulder and the thousand of prom inent democrats here last week were died with enthusiasm and went home determined to elect Himon Biltvar Buckner bf a majority of 60,000 aid they will J) it, too rLouiavlUe Times. mute witness of the agony endured by the men entombed alive in the mine at Xan imo, B O., was discovered Monday. Writ ten in ohalk on a shovel pioked up by the searchers for the dead were the words: "Thirteen hours and now dying in misery," A A. M. 1lck' Agents audOtuceta: Bikk-k- r ril 4thV are., Loulvlllo Ky loaavM-K129 n at, Cincinnati, O City , E O. MrCOUMICK. (leneial I'aasetiger Agent. Cntcago. 8pavin Cracks. Contracted Maacles, Ernptiona, Hoof All, Screw Worms, Swinney, Saddle QalU, Files. THIS GOOD OLD 8TAND-B- Y accomplishes for everybody exactly what Isclalmed for It. One of tho reason for the great popularity of the Mustang Liniment Is found In Its universal applicability. Everybody needs audio medicine. The The The The bench. Lumberman needa It in caaeof accident. Housewife needs It for generalfamlly use. Cannier needs It for his teams and his men. .llcckunlc needa It alwaya on bis noric emergency. It. bouse, hU stable. out BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. 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There la nothing like It as an antidote for tho dangers to life, limb and comfort which surround the pioneer. Tlu Alerchnnt needs It about his store among hla employees. Accidents will happen, and when theso come tho Mustang Unlment U wanted ntonec. Keep a Mottle In the IIuur. 'Tlstho best or er and bis stock yard. Tho Mlnerneeds It In case of The rUueerneodsit-can'tgetalongwIthThe I'armer needs It In hU Keep n Ilottle In llioFnctury. ItslmmedUte use In enso of accident sn es jir.ln and loss of w aea Keep n Hottle AIuhvhIii tho Slublti fur u- -r hpu wiiieil. t - w. What will remote grease ipot from -$7.50 PER clothing in the beet manner, li a frequent vsmIdh tor our new and twpulsr luibllratlont Inquiry. There is probably nothing belter Liberal itrius sml eiclualte territory kItu' Tea. hen, atiidrnls sml others, Jeiltlnaiwriii.Tii.ni than equal part of strong ammonia water, employment should sd.lreta st cure K. AIIAllH A CM lUt SlMAls ether and alcohol. Pass a piece of blotting .tt!o., II I'tltce HoUl HulLIIng, Cincinnati, O n Tiuni Is a QuUi la tliu posNoeslon of a Doner under- the Brass si wit mntsinn .. .....,.. . p. guntloman of Atlanta, (Ja., that Is Ujo oldest Instrurnont of tho sponge first with water to render it "erred r" kind in Amorlca, It was tnado In 17W and then with the mixture, and rub with it the KENTUCKY GENTHAL 1. 1 has been haudoddown through five genera-Manpot. In a moment it Is dissolved, saponi"illtitvUrnMH ItouftV polloo of Oornmny photograph fied and absorbed by the sponge and blot Tin criminals In such a manner as to distinctly ter. BcleoliGc American Shortest and Quickest Boate from Oen tako tho left ear. Thnv mv (.. ...mi.. .).- tral Kentuokj to all Points North, Nebraska has furnished an illustration of features of tho faoe may change, the East. West and 8outhweat. oar retains Its shajw ulwu.vn, nnd further, the practical value of Arbor Day. In that Kut Lin HfltwMin no two Hjrsons havo earn uHku. State of groat prairies, nn the first of lt ArA LAiir, whilo sitting in her parlor ono day rooon Uy, was very much startled hy a bor Days, 15 rear ago, 12 000 000 shoot I.F.XIXJTO.V .ft VINCIIVNATI plgoon crashing through her window. Tho were planted: now the United Sla e Forest olrd, after dying about tho room a few Commission reports thst there are fine Trains Itowlsnd stft sml 7. J a u, times, durUxl through tho hoi it had mado groves growing .'100 mile we1 o the pl Itoturalng sirlfsst Osml l:Ur u. In iu entrance ami that fXVi.OOO.OOO tree are thrir QUITH a llniTUlnr WPllllllllf tnnlr r.lnnA ing where a few yer ao nons could be tho show window of a Chicago g ! establishment recently It was seen eave along the stream. an udverUiwment for the store, and tho couplo wore to rt'culro therefor au onUro "Can the Missouri river be damn!?" asks Valuable Real Estate and Store outfit for their new homo. Booms. a Montana exchange. Can Ii7 Ak a As an evldonce that baso.unll playing Is (4wl V rhlllpa, drr'd, I eflor rirer steauihott captsln whether it furAt Kirrtilor ol In fast becoming a busmen Instead of a sport mI, mi ; lilt, tlm fulluwIhK nl la in this country, tho fact In elted that tho can be or not. Ask the mste Ask the sod nesr l'ir (ruwInK luwnul jinctr, tlst (lirnrd annual outlay on it Is at least K.WU.iO). crew, hrom the war you talk it will nrob .VMM., n. miui mj Odo Brick Hufn-ruuon I'utillcKjiure u uld It IS a IftXkl tlUVlllir l.laln. ... .... ..I ably be iuwii, now usl 1 4 ruuiu news, to ynu, but it is nererthele tho-iengaged in It recelvo f.,UW or orer Ons frsius rilar rtmui on th I'ul.Mr S.iiur, now a tact that there more artlstio and exlen yearly. unl si a Uiully irvcry room Two ulrbiuoiiil Hir. rt, I'uli. Tur. horses of a cortiun tint engine y eivrdsmns strung along the Missouri river He Husri,onitinw uh-- I a Mllllntry MUirn, tin manifest groat Inelligencoln discrim- than any other etreatn in the world other .! sii I'lelerUkliiK MUlillihiueUl Willi l) inating iMtwoen the ring of tho bells of a Hilt lilmk will Ino.M II drilrid s lot of (ru.in.l Slj0lllll( tln alarm nnd a privatu tuluphono. Tliey kota Bell ..... ... ... ...a Ki.m.. ....I .l.. ur,arj lln. f.r.K ..III. t.vi.n. w..., Mur .... . .ini- uro all attention at the sound of tho former iuipuirnw,uu MiiuKiun lUrilMSS, J IlllleS Oronkennsii, or Liquor Habit.caa be Cured by iru.o lnirsiler, iu IS7 but are wholly Indifferent to tho ringing of of teres. thu latter. On Karsi ol UO arrrs, Si uiIIm from UoriuUr, i uiinutering Dt Haines' Ooldsn Speelne. Hi i ilDlou 'U, iuiruTPil, with Iioum nir In days loug gono a certain professional it van be nlm in u nip in mltrc or tr.i sml luretiary outbul illofi. of the gambler usod to win largo sums of money taking It, vf. due bnu, uuluirur d, a inllit from lnrattrr, feeling a wvi mid iHTiiMliriit riitr, Hlirther Ky , on b lilogtun Turuplks of 7J arret at dice throwing. It was noticed that iiusli-ratAbd nlwi irartur.'fi arret on Wiltrt'i Crn-k- , lc drinker or au Invariably usod a rvrLnin int.i.. it... . he Hie ibttlcnt Is aIlKMiv-iihwreck. alwul 4 utiles (rum luiail. el dumknriU Inoa covered with u green cloth. This table b. le m.ide AtrieruUir I de-l-lIu tell all Ihlt ruerty men ttio camo tho prowrty of a porson who kept It Uoldeii "M'cino hi their crtee h.tte l.ikrn the tui ruiuwrred hjf III wi Iu mate drv.lt t.i Hllhuut their A Hut rlia re l now urTried Iu Hum drtlritiir a numbor of years, until, It becoming worn kintwlnlge. and holirte the) quit drink-ngout, ho deckled to destroy it. In l.reakirig their iiMiiirre will. .No hsrniliil meet buuittur Intealuitnti rorlull aillriiiaria.l.lieM mjr Aiuirnty, II T m .M iuliiliillratliii fiiirs iniarsn It up ho discovered a small battery inside rfiHts In Nuel, (.aaratlrr, Ky oi lli iiuaeitiftird tl Hiau-'tit s,.,. i, rlnsilar mill lull partliulars. which had been used to magnetlio a sUxsl J J1. I'll 111 lieu.-.- Aildrex 1l lioii.r.v plato in tho top of the tablu. This Kledilur tho secret of tho former owner's success in dice throwing -- THE 8EMt-WEEK.A uoh.se recently played an Important part in u domestic drama In ono of our ! largo cities. A gentleman owned a horse which was a favorite of his wife. Olio day she was outdriving, and in passing a neat little house thu animal brought up ut Ill wurld f.ioout n. "..ii it... reniwmuand rellttl. Ilrertil Wt i the gate thereof. The lady urged him on. rti but tlie Incident nromnUnl i.r t ..,-- ... pass the place. The horse tvcul as before and tho lady got out and approached the house. A pretty woman answered her t.wi - IP:il rknock and In reply to her cjuestion said eL2fa.Urw-til'.4,'''-- W Anyondetlrlni so.ltaol ao. her namo was Mrs. It -- , tho inquirer's s :"" tl.sl lotuuioeul .III do -- ,l lu .lural.l '""r own name. It develop into a case of .rt rhtilnf. war lur bigamy and divorce, the author of whU h "" Churvh A Co, all -- ill ,.,t , rsnlourllSM-t- o. was tho old horse. our (I ". Bomb Imtsoii of leisure, has compile,! th A Warfri.il,,, n ti. ih. h Dd m.Hl r.H.l.i. following ustimalo of tho muscular exerBTANITOIID, KT lotirumrolt Ojr In.lrum.. it raiiUw, at.u.aul..t.ir d. lo lH, nf.Mj ir.. ,,mcB tion required in cutting four nnd a hall Mtt lto lt.rbsi.lt will .t.i. prr Me " million feet of lumber: By caruful reckonW. ing It is found that the avenigo numUir of ' WALTON. " 'A'lr J""1'"' "J eleuaut B.l.b w'lu blows required to fell an average tree is :.:,,",!.:,'o-",- h " nbout UX ami tho nvnrage distance .Ji,J."..VV ,lVw,lll'a. "f MtittonTlll. .I.e. traveled by the nxo tn n blow, twelve It pulillilie.1 orrry Tunklay and t'rldar at John (hur. 1. A Co , sod will u tht d i.,., feet. Then we have ftUkO trws. by .') low iirlmuf luxtif Mi frleodt. mows 10 me treo, equals l.UM.OU), total H. tt A I..J Off ,A..ii 1 ft numU'r of blow.; I lui.ioi by twelve feet, TWO IXM.I.AHN BKrKMKNras YKAK. distance traveled bv the axo at each blew Hlaiiord,Jaiiirtltraily,Ui,,j equals 2.1rtl.(M),ul feet, total disUince ! j M. . hun-oidA K. IVtinr. rtt.niurJ. Mrt traveled by the axe. Or, In other words, J the ax travels 4O,:0 miles. ruts, 15 feel .harleaDdlJ.Jull.llM.l Cll; W, M OF ALL CLlMKt in cutting :i,i") trees, or 4), million feet ! Mrt lloluiM, Crab Oribard. I, T Hal-lOf llllllb.T. Noatly and Cheaply Kxoouted. U,,r.tler , t ..,-..- S DAYSta- - k . s. Mii-isslp- !? 1 houso-furnishin- FOK NALK Mis-eou- r! li com-pun- nr aleo-lini- m-e- ti'in-Ni- y of fi, "' SW10S ...lr Kl,tht !' J- 03FLCia.L3Nrs. jr,.,,,4 . Interior Journal P. """ Msli-iursiN- i .,.,,. Pro'r. 1 - r- -i. kii '''. ,.'.' '.,,' a. rt ter jKMwwf now what waa ecday a young as arrealed by I ilia, Can- - ,lkVPoJrfJ5nTrmmuc tTiuirs. fowm k Stanford, Ky u. O. WALTON. - May 13, 1887 BuninoBs Msnaifor. PERSONAL, Qua friend, Judge J- - M. l'blllp, imbii to havo alruck it rich in Kanaaa City. He made two aalw of lot last week, weobaerve in one of the paper of that city, which ag greeted $105,000, on which he reoetved 2) per cent. commiaalon. At a oirre lUwuantc in honor of M1m H,yle, of Chicago, and Ml Miller, of til. J mepb, Mo , at the tatter place, Mm. J. V MoAliater, who wan the lovely Mi Joale Wither, wore creaoi tin rhaUioM, gar nihed in lace ami oatrioh band, brighten kI Jl0. M. PKaKIKS. We have received word from the mana- B. 9. M ABTIN. I)aoDllK4D, Kv., Majr, 837. apeak-er- a that the following ... - iuiutiu. IL.I. .rtanw itl.i.i. AiuriKiHA uariui among other will be at the Kentucky friendi and cintotnenoliwx he' change Iniimi. iu..i firm name it. Chautauqua at Lexington. Rev. Ham Jonea, W. I. Marahall, of New York, Dr. MAKTIX A PBKKINN. Milburn, "The Blind Man Eloquent," Mr, Wallace Uruh, New York, Prof. it. A. Tne near flrm Iiomi not only to auilatn the repmake manv Proctor, the astronomer from England, Mr utation oflheolJ, bur Intemlato ol tobacco which lutho manufacture Wil-litt- . will U lo the Internet ol our euilomeri. We will J Da Witt Miller, of Philadelphia, Dr. l to our Natural Iifhrindi and iteTolaar atuntlon Thanklnit tou for pait Mr. F. A. Otter, the Meilcn or Kentucky' hmt leaf a continuation of your trade, favor and aiklng lor Houth Amerloai traveler, etc., etc. In adllipcifii'lv tour , we remain, 223 0111 rf,IHT(VAi I'KKHiSH. dition a great apetker will be preeent for Temperance Div and a well known The Hundav n Nttlonal Dy echini work will be conducted hr Dr. Wleh ard, of Dinvllle. Prof. McClintock, of lUch mond. Mr Krr of Hnoklrr, and oth er. The Heou' ir Normal will be in charge The rail-l- ie of the Hta'e BoiH of B location will be c inlu i e I hr l'rofesanr Ce, of musical Cleveland, on of Chautauqua' ger 1 well-knoBf.-.l- li I. SP i1Iro'nr with ahell pink; dUmond. JWu The German Detective U imp my h cancelled iti date here, without aligning reaaona. A lUrUDMCAN OrtNION OK BUOKXKH t i BEAST ! C01iOVI5VIUC Ntr AlBAMT CHICCO Rr '(L - by An the nomination of an the democratic convention of Kentucky waa A. heritable, the nomination of a man like LKAVINO IH1TII den. Huckner l more encouraging than would hTe been the nomination of a mm I.OIlsVll.l.F. A )l.!INVATi. of leM weight and lea reputation I' ia lit ly, secure lo traveler true thtt (lea. Huckner wa one of the first Kentuckian to organise effective oppjltion THE MOST RAPID SERVICE to the iceneral government in 1801. It i Kier attempted 11 wren (tie iirenl commercial c'l-l-alo true trial he wa one of the Ural Hie tint Kit ul 1 hlrail". and hence lo accept defeat in proper apirit, III la HI time ami mm c luifor rhle train Iw will alway be remembered in hi fa twerii all dula In the Httllth, or I ' the IIVf and it aud ,ort lit rent rim inutile larl ofthls train vor that when the old chief of the Union mi all Irn k linn It dei'imlnled Ti I flisif t'jritrruM The tupeMi rnllln l tk w em Huckner waa ril armies waa on bin dealh-bepi.iv ir iiirnn t'lilimttf it Comfort. TAt ell t'oiiii Mrke OlUrra iu the Houlli one of the ex.OjnfedeMlei wno went to (tie j ;o.i l I Ami uiir lime utile amt tlrkeli. of friend eiek room with the hand-clet yttntttn ami atirk Iu Motion, If lour-i- .j tun (iiil to Mic mi.n. j ami have a Cnlcago Inter Ocran. hip and eympethy. K O, Mi'COKMICK. NEW FAST MAIL Mexican Mustang Liniment OX7X1.X11 Sciatica, Lumbago, Bcratehot, Cin-feder- ete ii Rheamatlim, Burni, Scaldi, SUngt, Bite j, Spralni. Straini, BtlUhea, BtiffJoinU, Backache, Contracted MQKlei, Ernptloni, Hoof All, Screw 0! Worm, Swlnney, Saddle Oallt, FUes. Wo-nu- Oalli, Scret, Spavin Cracks. ap BraUei, Bnnioni, Corni, Until the democratic convention awtetn bled in Lotliaville last week and perfiiruid It labor o "tifclorlly to the democnc had mnie of Kentucky the republican hop of electing Hill Bradley irovernor Thef hoped that there would be diviamn, antagoniam and factiona developed am'ing Kentucky democrat, but the convention etool annul dispelled It, the Highlander der toahoulder and the thousand o' prom ioeat democrat here lail week were filled with enthuaiaam and went home determined to elect Himon Bilivar Huckner br majority of 60,000 aid they will d it, too K I j Huk-k- k M Cllyllck" li VI' tth Iiiuiimii, IW V Ail-n- Oriietal I'aiM-iiite- r auil Oftiieit: ATiv. ii- AKent. Ctiirago. - at Ixiul.fllle Kj Cincinnati, () ' . ruiQ . rnnn ril n aTlllfi.RV H I ' for.tntti.i, tnr rrrrilxxlT exactlr what Ii clalmrvt forlt. Oneortboreaoniorinegreaipopuirii.'i the Muitanit Liniment I found In It unlvernl npptlcnbllltr. ETorjbodyneedaiUch a medicine. ,.1'y. The I.uinbermnnneeaiiincaooiicviu'"" Thi Mechanic needt It alway on hit Tho Mlnerneeda The l'lencorncedalt-can'tgetalongwlthTim former need It lllx-ra- l The lluuaewlfeneedltforgeueralfanill7uH. wotic use lencb. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. It In caaeof emergency. oiit Thia .llngiiziiie portraya Ameri thouebt nnd life from ocean to occiin, ia filled with pun; litcriitiirr, nnd can In; mi If y weU roiiit-in any fiimily Hide. en n hiRli-clii- K I j It, In liU houae, bla rtable. and lilt stock yard. It In rr Tlir Hlrnmboat innn or the IlontniaD needi fLouUrllU TimM. Xan-oim- PRICE aoc. oT3 A TIAR BY MAIL. A mute wltafrM of the agony endured by the man entombed alive in the mine at diacovered Monday. Writ ii O., ten in obalk on a ahovel piokm! up br the aearcher for the dead were the won!: "Thirteen hour and now dying In misery," Igned by John Kvn, a young man 22 year of age. The man were conscious 13 hour after the explosion and eoma of them u iamplt Copy of turtttt numbtr inalltd upon ttlpt of 2$ ttt bath numbtri, IS ctt. I'rcinluni Mat with either. . , . Aidtitti a. T. BUSH k SON, PublUhors, i:to .v Pinri st., . iaj v. need It- -It U bl liet The Horar-fnnclfriend nnd anfrit reliance. Thn Moclt. grower need It- -It will aae Mm I liouiunda or dollar and a world of trouble. The lliillrouil nmn need It and will need It long as his life la a round of accidents and danger. The HncUwoodainnn needs It. ThereUnoth. Ingllke It a an antidote for tho dangers to life, llnili and comfort which lurroiuid the pioneer. The Slerrhnnt need Itnlmut his store among his employees. Accident will happen, nnd whin throciiiiiethe Mustang Unlmrnt Uwantid otonoe. Krepolloltleliillii'lluiiae. 'Tls tho t of U-s- aupply afloatand oahore. eennomjr ' use In etise of accident save prdu and toes of probably longer. nr ..r trwuuru Keep n lliittle In the I'nctorr. Itstmmedlat nagra Keep n lloltle Alwiivn I" the Slublii lur hen wiieit. ft umoh improved in health. Quit reader of thl wilt pleare exctire the et brated stallion Hindoo, Uet week, with the I railed lo provir )i The editor w WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1SS7 At l'i O'clock. rA' mmamm ihwimi? a - m wmm If 2 ,fU" Will if Sftmi-tHEUeMnSnt- lournal Llfl. at Kic, A City l.lOO Simon Bolivar Buckner. Simon Bolivar Hacklier was born Hart county, in an humble farm house, In He was which he uow live?, April 1, 1S23 at West Point in 1S44 anil was Xradaated waicned an 'J I lieutenant (o Ihe'Jl reciment of United Stales infantry. The next year he aa cilled to Weit Point a profefor of slhica, from which he h quisled to be relieved, that he might embark iu the Mexi-s- an From the mouth of the Kio war. Grande to Saltillo, with General Taylor, he was in active service. With Worth's dt- vioion ho landed at Vera Cruz in January, 1347, and in the eeige here, at Cerro Gordo, at San Mntouh, and Chenihiico, at Molina del Rey and around the City of Mexico, he bore himself bravely aod was breveted 1st lieutenant and then captain for RilMntry during the time. Returning from the Mexican war he was appointed rwatitnt instructor of infantry tactic at the United Stales Military Academy, f.om 1S4S to Ho ferved in the regular Hrmy in 1355 the Indian country and elsewhere with a saptainV cotutnwston. In 1S00 61, with the rank uf nnjjr zeneraJ, he was in chiif command of the Kentucky Stile Guard, which portion he resinned to enter the i"er vice of the S)Uthern Cinfederncr. At Fort Donel-oon the 10 h cf February, 1SG2, after the escape of General? F'oyd and Pil low, he surrendered hinne'f and command 10 Gen. Grant, was carried to Indianapolt ind aoon after taen to Fort Warren, near Soaton. After five months' captivity he was exchanged at Richmond, Va , in Aug-is- t, promoted to the rank of major general, jerved with Braca at Cnattanooga and advanced t) the high rank of Heutenant general and surrendered at the llose of the war. At Nsw Orleans he was an editor for awhile and later wrote for 7V"aller X. Haldeman'a Louisville Courier. Ltter he went to Chicigo to manage eome yroperty belonging to his wife, which has He wasmatrieda become quite valuable. jecond time to n beautiful young woman of Virginia, and "Bettie and the Baby" will of attention in the openreceive their campaign. ing Jamea W. Bryan, f ('ington, was born ja BwUrbon county in 1S52, educated at Xintucky Wesleyan College, at Millers-burmoved to Covington in Wl and began the atudy of law with (be lite Senator John W. Steyeneon and the Hjn. James O'Hara, and after admission to the br became their partner in the practice of law. Jn 1S30 he was democratic Presidential ilector f jr the Gth Kentucky district and jraa chosen electoral mesencer; was nominated and elected State Senator in 1SS5 irom the 21th district without any opposition, and served in the last Legislature, Ex. wheto he made a record as an orator. n Per-yvillg, There is a ptculisr poftrws and b.a'minese in the air at Jericho not to be fiund elsewhere iu the world, ftr there is no other place in the world 1 100 feet be low the sea line. There is a wido, level, opan plain to scamper acrO-- on horseback in all direction', there thickets of nebk and bamboo, swarming with wild boar, gsislle, deer and othr snimalf, some of them not to be found elsewhere, to delight the sportsman. There is the Jordon handy, with first rate fiihing to satisfy tho most ardent angler there is the Djad Sa to bathe in and boat on (only there are no boatO for perThere is a sona whose tastes are acquatic tbra which would be a source of never-endin- g interest to tho botanist, for it is peto this region; and the same remark culiar applie, to eome extent, to its ornithology and entomology. There are ancient ruins in all directions to satisfy the mest inveterate arc) "ilosist, while the explorer has only to croe the Jordon and in a few hours he will find himself in a region almost untrodden by the foot of the tourist, with all man-ne- r of interesting discoveries awaiting him From Life in Modern Palistine. s Feet Below the Sea Bucklen's Arnica Sahe. lor Cut Hrulaei ToTor Bores, Tetter, Chappovl UanJi, Chilblains, Corns and rtUBkln Kruptlom, and poaltlvoly euros Titos, or no pay required, I, it guaranteod to give perfect Mtlafacttou, or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For iaIc by The boitSalro iu tho world Horo.i, Bait Kheiirn, kCsc -- THE aiMBINED STALLION, t Ssx RADFIELDS FEMALE Penny A McAlliter. An Old Cuiicn Speaks. Mr. J. M. Morris an old cltlzjn of Home, (is. says that he had been badly troubled with Kidney Complaint for a great many years and with Eciema for threo years; at times could scarcely walk, and had tried many remedies without benefit, beforo ho began taking Kloctrlc Illtten and SECOND JEWEL. Turuplkoroad, at Thlt line, cjmblnrl tlalilon will make ths tea-su- n of 1837 at my ttablo near, rlhelby City, Iu Lincoln county, on the rjhelby City, A Knob lick regULATUII A SPECIFIC FOR anointing hit hands with llucklen't Arnica balrc, This treatment afforded hlui great roller and he Strongly recommends Electric Hitters to alt who sutler with Kidney Complaints tor need a Wood Purifier. Bold by Penny & McAUtter. Most Excellent. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxrllle, Tenn., writes. "My family and.I are beneficiaries of your most excellent medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; harlng tfound It to bo all that you claim for it, deilre to testify to its My friends to whom I hare recommended It praise it at every opportunity. " Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to c iri Coughs, Colds, llronchltls, Asthma, Croup and every nliectlon of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Tri al Mottles Freat Penny A McAllster'a Drug More bt5sL POWDER Absolutely Pusrti. Thlst powder neTr varies. A marvel otputltj, More rcouomlrai strength and wholeoomeness. than the ordinary klndi, and can not b told com poll ton with the multitude of low test .thort weight alum or phosphate powders. Boldonly In cans, lloYiLlUKiNO PowoKa (V, 106 Wall Btreet. New York $15 tho Season, or 820 to.) Insure. J.J. rlr-tu- e. Denmark. Pint dam, Minnie, by McUonald't Halcoru, second dam by Wells' Ciusader, third dam by a son of Davr Crockett, fourth damn valuable old saddle intra, pcdlgreo unknown Mr. II C Parvln'tOld .Minnie, dam of recmd Jewel, wat a premium anlmil from a colt up to an aged mare. Second Jewel hat been thown 31 times aud vorn the slick He 31 only tlircv times will aisa ttand at tln time ttai lr, the i n youugjaik tlmet-dereated ecoml Jewel it Dkscrii'TIoh A.snl'KDKiaKK a blood bay, with black mane and tall, 15 hands Inches high, with flnottjlo ami action. He Is 0 yean old this spring, wat tired by l.ewl Cunningham's Jewel, he by tho famous old Washington WOMAN'S TllSEASES tctt as Pl..r..t i'T Qiip,.re.ae.I K7ciin('niul TrrrK,lUr -- St- TflTENSTRUATION or 1VX.OllTULY SICKNESS. Ihvl, If ik n ma. " IlKAtiruiii ItKufHTon Co , Atlanta, Ox r n; Ibe CHAVf I" Hi' I im. great lii. rui.l In ati'idi.t CsT.ciil f r ..r to W.'tirv," milled fn-Mi.c 1 I BLACK HAWK, s Largi size. (I. The Deepest Well in America Held-io- g Brothers, of Rockville, Mass., silk man TVhen llaby wm Mck, we pare he r Cwtoria, ufao'urers, haye a branch at Northampton When she w.vi a Child, she cried for CaMorla, and about two years ago began sinking m lllUXKLKY When she became Mi, she citing to CastorU, urtesian well there. It has now reached TVhen the hvl Children, she ;to them Catori SOMKUSrT, KY., depth of 3.440 feet. All but 200 foet of the ii. ii. iiki.xkIjEY, - iMioritiinoit. borirg has been through sandstone. When the sandstone was firat reached it was This Hotl Is new In every respett and ti Mled up in excellent ity In, The lable ahull alw.irt lie thouuht that at a depth of 750 feet that supplied with the delit n. ii vt the sesnn aud the would be tbe last of it, but when this ! Itatesll.M) per day. rooms clean and comfortable depth had been obtained and the sandstone still continued, it was then predicted that I am now prepared to tale orders for all kinds ol TRUSTEE'S SALE by the time the drill had gone down 1,250 plants and wilt Ihvh tht-- rea j at any time nec;mi ind are feet it would bo through this stratum, but essary. My plants are f jiu the warranted to te the but 2iG-i- d . r i..t , n. VAIsUAIILK C'OAIi la IX IKS! not so; and again another prediction was in Sun lord IN HARLAN COUNTY. order, and 1 jOC feet waa the depth named. 11 j- virtue ol a dred of tnut raec ted t ine geologists are at a los But now tne best as trustee br the (.uutard Coal Oil an I Mining what to say. The well ie now tbe deepest Companv, tearing date tbe 1st da ol June. ! s, I will sell, on LONDON, KV. in the country, and, with one or two excep F.B.RILEY, Proprietor. tions, the deepest in the world. TIIUIISDAY, MAY 1UT1I, IS!s7 noi'si;, black, bands 8 linnet huh. Ho wat aired I" Caldwell's Young Ultck Hawk, he by Velocipede, ho by Robertson t bampton. lie by Imp. Main Hawk moth. His dam wat by Ktlgalli Illm-second dam was raised by Stiles Maxwell and was an luiorlrd Jack. Money duo when the clt Is jled or intra ailtd with Lien iclalucd ou all colts till season charges are paid. Pasturage will be furnished at reasonable rales. Parting With In. ires wiMti the Ititurance . T.SAMUOGE. Mielby City, Ky 11 US to litmiri' a Live Vult. He is , m JH 11. 1 The Photographer, - - x. - - Ianvil!o, Iiy. KRIGSSOIVr, JR., l'LANJCS .. .; tt !! l t Had a Little Lamb," Nurstry Rhyme. About 70 years ago she was a little girl, )Se daughter of a farmer in Worcester rounty, Mass. Sne was very fond of going with hsr father to the field to feed the heep and one day they found a baby lamb hich was thought to be dead. little Mary, however, lifted it up in her wms and as it seemed to breathe she carried it home, mide a warm bid near the tore and nursed it tenderly. Great was Jier delight when after wueks of careful Ceding and watching her little patient begin to grow well and stroni, and soon after it waa able to run about. It knew its young mistress perfectly; always came t her call, and was hippy only when at her ide. Qje day it followed her to the village school and not knowing whit else to do with it, she put it under her desk and cjv-tre- d it with her ehawl. There it stayed intil Mary was called up to the teacher's rfesk to say her lesson, and then the lamb yalked quietly after ber and the other ibildren burst out laughing. So the teach-N-ha- d toahut the little gin's pet in the ood ahed until achool waa out. Soon after this a young student named John Roll stone wrote a little poem about Mary and it lamb and pre'ected it to her The Jscb grew to be a stieep and lived for many star, and when at last it died Mary griev-- d so much for it that her mother look n a white as some of il3 wool, which mow and knitted a pair of stocking for ior to wear in remembrance of her darling Some years after the lamb died Mrs Sarah Hall, a celebrated woman who wrote Vooks, composed some verses about Mary's lasib and added them to those written by John Rjllstone, making the complete poem m we have it. Mary took such good care r the stockings made of her lamb's fleece Aat when she was a grown up woman abe rave-onof them to a church fair in Bos-loAs soon as it became known that the olocking was made from the fleecs of Mry.IUtle lmV every one wanted a v7?Cf; eo ffie slocking was ravelled out and cut in small pieces Each piece to a card on which Mary wrote jaatiei ker full name and these csrJs sold so well that thry brought the 'arge sum of $140 Francisco io the Old South Church.-3- an 7he History of "Mary n the Well-knowKind-heart-id o. Vbd-yar- Mr fin stallion, Welch will make the tenon of And clean acd well furnlsned ronmi, this Hotel 1SS7 at luy place, known at the John Llojd well should be made deep, that hai no superlo. (noi aiupte rouias attached. A drilled Tburman (arm, l1 .mllfx from Miflt'.v City snl between the .Uniord A U.iutIIIo and Danville Two miles from Lanntler, on the Stanford pike a 20I-l- y dty, it may bold considerable water. If not, it A Husioavllle Turnpikes at may be too easily pumped dry. Moreover, TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON 810 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT the fine sand generally present works it way With privilege of return In ISs or J JO Iniurai.e Money due when colt It foaled or ixire rtrl--- 1 not only filling up the lower end of the ess wlib. Arthur Sims is by den Knox 119 he by iog, bat when the pump pipe is set low and Welch li 16 hands high and wis Vrel by Hern, Ac Ills dtm wat Arthur, y William Welch, dam (Say, by Frank Wolfon), Hourbon Chief, by Mtmbriiio t hlef, by Mtmbrlno is pumping fast, some of the fine sand will of Cook.o, record 3 Jv, Second dambfJo a bay, !"', hands, Ae Paytnsiter, tire Arthur hlmi It Ftgle hore He hti tintil bltae right hind loot white foiled in Im; Moner, .Wl dam br a be pumped up and lodge in tbe valve, soon several colts that are of fine, good tUo and style II is a htudtomely flnlthed colt and fcre- to ttty Me breeds largo and Is a sure foal gutter, an I Is Heliasbeen btndle.1 a Utile and promises well cau'ing the valve to slay partly open, n of kind dltjiusltlon, A ldv can drive him In He combines the tlralnt of the handsome His. k that the pump will not hold water, but salety He was never handled a day (r rpecl Hawk and ttoul Mambrlno Chlel families an I it a but shows gool trotting action. desirable ttock horte, and on hit tire's ildt trait must be primed for a new start. If tbe well twice lo Imp Messenger and twice on his dim t be drilled deep after it is first reached, a tide. At the tame plare aul on tbt sa.i.e teruit Mares kept In auy manner desired , at owner t space c in be allowed for filling upend tbe I will alra stand iu; Jack. WIU.UM l. I.K, at ritk T.A.EI.KIX. old, black, 11', bandt high and Laucaater Ky Holt r. tH. pump pipe need not be placed bo near tbe hasjtlred br l.jlai Imported Jacx, aud out of a filling bottom. But there is less danger of good Jennet. (en. Knox, liO, Mandard I'nder Itule. the tire 01 Arthur blmt, was bred by Daoltl Heuttlt. Ilri lg. OEOIU1E It. EXGLK3IAS. up if the well bs thoroughly cleaned or port, Vt, and wit foaled In ISM. He wttby erinobt pumped out after being sunk to a proptr Hero, 111, 1st dim by Hearcher ton of Htrney HenTUnrANC VdADDLKSTALU N, ry, 2ud Huntdtu Mare by Hill's Hlr Charles, ton ol depth Iiuroc. lUcjrd 1 II1., public trial at 16 years old nt German millet is one of the best cropj a Tliurouciily Itoiiotnleri nixl Itrfur-nUtir- il lliroueliulil. I'lrHt.clniM Kuro farmer can raise for stock feed next to corn and oats. It is a strong, nutritious mill reimountilc prlcei. Irny inn! nlisl'l Inliiitirc met Iiy pollto 1'orlrrh of tlili forage some say stronger than any other, populiir IIoiim'. ."or.'"m. except possibly, cloverhay and field J 1 U (.IVINS, It will grow, by good cultivation, Wit. AYRKS. oury Public. on mo't qai'ities of farm land, delighting, After pre- of course, in rather rich land LAW, pirwg ths land aa 'or corn, a half bmhel of seed should be sown on an acre, very Sit Fifth twt, lightly harrowed in and then rolled. Wnen - ICY. LOUISVU-LT- S, not ripened for seed, it should ba cut as ) Rooms 3 and 5, C'romie Block soon as the blooms appear, and before the seed have time to mature, Millet is a very profitable and popular crop at the Suui, ui m , i ininoMi Kr. and used to be in eome of the Northern State, when farming waa properly esteemed B. as commendable fiae art. El For a tco--i Table pea-vin- AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT (I'-l- y WILLIS HOUSE. At 12 o ilok M '.rcash.IO per iut to l paid at time of sale aad the balanic within th.rtr osrs thereafter, at the Norfolk Ileal Ln No. Commerce tlreel Norlolk, N Irglnla, to the highest bidder at piiblu auction all that certain IKACTOr LAND dmvcje.1 by tho laid del. situated In Harlan county, Iu the Mate of on the Poor Fo kol tbe Cumberland lUvtr, latitude 37 degrees, longitude "I degrees, and bounded and described in aald deed at beginning at three (maple, black oik, and thestn n tres standing on a spur oa the north tide of tbe lltg lllai k (ountaln, running thence north 1.2' polet to a stake, thenre north b)deg , east 1,0: poles to a stake, aoutn 1,6 W poles to a stake, then' e s utli 69drg . wett 1,U2 poles to two sugar treex, tbeoe north 230 polet to the place ot beginning, rontaln-te- n thousand acres of laod, and believed to ba full of coil ol the most valwsbleiullty, and easily accessible to mining JOll.X S. Tl'VK Kit, Truttro IJl-- t Ulgh Bros. A Phelps Auctioneers d. ttbr IrlcMon k' In 2 .illtt i by Membrlno ( hie' by Mil laurel Parimster dtia tbe dam ol (ul 2JO Ills wnt tlnd .J aud tilt dtugblert are the dami of IS In the 2 3j Int. Krlctson It half brother to I rlc, recor I nt 1 2S , at a four yetr old and ild to lb.ivfl llonurr at that age lorJIO 000 1st dtm bv Ikxluc by old Pilot, tiro ol Pilot, Jr , (lilni Sjllst) Pilot slrel the Isms of Jay lye rnc, t IU, SIaud.1 X tss4', Nutwoo.1 l le'j and l in the2.0Ilst Membnuu Chief tlrwl UJy Ihoru Ilrlgnoll Membrloo 2.ISKJ, Woodfcid 2:.V;, I'lsk't Mambrlno Chief S.TV, May llearr 1-MejiUIno Pilot Membrlno rilar 2 2 27, North Mar i.St1 , i.msMin, Jr , is n suild liltek. It haodi high. and weight 1. 2uO lbt. Kelt a hone thit recom-mend- s himself even If ho lit. I no illrcv. rl-- .t jajtsestlng the iImI that lis doc ihtHtkl wake htm one oft lie grandest tlalllont In Keutueky. -- . vice let will I Framos Mndo to Ordor. BELG-IUM- , 1M)JACKS, Wl make the setson of ISf at tuy t'ahirs oa pike leading 'rum .Mmturd to tnt, u.ttitril the uilirs rtom the Itlter plac lielgiuHi was rougnl lrnt Ohio at twyrars-olan I It now i. He It Nnrnian a liitltui dapple gray, Iwvy mine ami tall, uf gw.l sit I Bd action, abd hss iiroveo bluiwlf a hrrwdrr .!.rlol.hl, cvlU having . kepi fur HallUn.' William Jinn, K MrKmiwy, A. hit rulla, are nxerrral to I I ', d 2W, whi-hav- e breeder. Thejack.Mogui.li yiart old. bltik. with, wh lerkMe, wis i're-- by a Madltuti ink I don't know the tin. k, but kn..w he It a taiileltrk Hli.lsui wat lliaik Hawk, belt ,ulck attd a good y gl i' l.tte hr., Ktn-tuck- y, $15 TO I.NSUUi: A MA Hi: I.N FOAL. Ilia, k Hawk It a s.ill k, Tra t old, hands high, will thuw ,.rrii , out in s tpsl'g, a lit, lew last spring are very One mulit The bursa illlaod at l,, Parting with or moving nitre out ot the nei.h lurbood reudert money due. 10 (o Ulllalsu tutd liiHiireu Coll lOdnjHoltl .nv mm: jack, mci:i,hv, 4 months ,7h Jacks at S to oil Mare tradrd with Inimrt' oil nitket money or wcivid I e.tbt jlt suod good twlv mo u I In lur ie)U ttt 1 At it IO en the same condltloot at above. He his proven hlmsell to b a superior breeder, having produced tome ot lh bttt mole In thit tnl a ! jmntng counileaand Is also a good Jeimet Jtik Melt iv, hinds high, neatlr black, wltb mtaly llnti aud gciitrai make up lit c ast, E. N. I'OU'EI.I., uiilet from Huilonville, on tbe lluit.a' A Litwrty Turnpike rotd, L'ncoln junty, Ky " ' l,.l.GAIt.Elt. SILVER KING Wil. make the present tsan at wy llutteg mile iroin htanioid oa the vanford andtttbla one v ilt Turnpike .', J. WILLIS, Proprietor. WELCH. (rj ARTHUR SIMS, No. "H' Standtrd At $10 lo IiiHiirun I.UIiil; Coll. hanJs high, a beautiful tail and a perlect Hubhle't Deomaik, knewn at tin Time. imiin, .Muiiij. .iioui.it, l.y ( iM,T, ltlagtun eixvnii uatu uy loung America he by laylor't -- .r. u.m nj iienuiark g'fes hlui s double rruss ofdiiiiri i st saddle which the sIk k inthewurlJ fourth ilaui l.y John lllunl, on .' i ie etl rite horsaof hisday, huh dam by Waty Wi alto sltndat the time p'ac my hoe Jn t I Inter Itule" will ttand A. T ',11 ,V... ! . M.r Bin, Mredby Helt lyetrsold bty, with Due mint and u.lUiai BlUUlf nOrS4 . .,,, ,,,, At -l parted wit',, llels a teownji'k with whit points, ear, old In l in. fall i hsn Is higr llewtsslr el by Atlln s King Wnilaai and he l.v King Phil, lip first dim Hik Satin Jennet, then tired by King Phillip frond dun l,y Mures attl ail be a Jua l'ortrr riili.nk has prove.) hlmsell torn Uf 'it" """IT eersi (.r hit ci.ltt last tftiwn at weaulug lime t.rouht on hundred d,i Itrt J. E A' It. EAItlttS, Nttnkird. Kr -- tito to fiHiirt' ii dua at weaning tints or l.lvlnu tolt when mire It STEVE WALKER. Mjd-e- J. Vermont 1 Hambletonian. his fine m firm, will mike the season ol ISJ7 at miles Irom Htarford on the "itm-fi- r and Danville pike i tttlllot farmer boy of the city itch it will b a dese of city sulphur Let him try to get employment in the city, and this alone will nearly always tibct a cure; bat if it doei not he will he tfhetu- ally cured if he is so unfortunate as to and keep it a year. I believe that city people ou;ht to go to tbe country and country people to the city. Life in the city for three generationa will produce effeminacy, and in the country will make people "couctrjt'tsd" There should ben constant exchange between the two, vet I mut pi'-- those who effect it. fO in F.t- mer a 7 If anything will cure Wallace Denmark ! I HFBS Dealers In Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware, Etc, Van Vrsdale Bui It a rich mahogony biy foaldtd May I IS 15'j nsnui Dign, neavymanuauu iaie, is atrictir fine and tancy, lilioth a natural and peasant tij uler, brteut tancy, ami a more unuorm iirenier of tadJlers can not lie found Ho is hlgli.tail style on iiotn tiuet lome mini generation, is bicieu upby thorough. linds on bom tides, u.aklng him vcrr active and sprightly In gnlt. In lorm and finish a perfect uioll. Ha wat tired bv the ';itle Bumper Denmark, - by (uddard's DernirV, he by (lalnes A Cromwell's Denmark h b tho lace horse Denmark be by Imported Hedcfurd. was sireJ by hlr Wallace, he by Ills 1st dam Mir Wallace heby Sir Albert Mhnroujh-brei- li second dam b) Virgluiut (dam ol Mrgmiut he bjr the ilel rated by Tranby thorojgn-bred- ) Mafon'i Whip 3 dam a Whip mire Will make ttie season if)HS7 at mf un.i, ', miles from Hustonvllle, near taruler a station, and wlli be permitted to serve mares ai h- Pullmic, the -- leeping car builder. ha patented a ne car which he call the vet The cars have no pniis but tibule traic are coupled together by rubber butlers and curtains, forming the whole train into one long compartment. A train of six cars wes run last week en tbe Illinois Central, and pronounced by railroad men to be a complete succ The connections between the cars are so perfect that a child can run the whole length of the train. One of the cars is fitted tip with a bsrber-shobath rnom writing ileika and library. illig 10 the MAIN ST.. STANFORD. Prompt paying customers are spectfully invited to ccme to see us early and often. or 12.50 lo In. Hiire n Living Colt. NeiiNoii s Harts comiiilttet lo i iv careand brecdld- - will rc- telveiiiy personal atuntlon drass mrnishrd at reatonanle rites, to In paid lor before the rem ;o responsibility fur aceiJents or Parting with nitres firf.-ltthe lusurtnee. re- - J. STEELE CARPENTER. i. CITIZENS NATIONAL OK BANK, MESSENGER CHIEF, JR p, A sheet with a hole in the centre waa fas tened tig. tly to posta at either aide, and through this bole a negro's head protruded and was otfsred as a target for the boys to throw eggs at. Fire eggs were sold for ten cents, and if the marksman hit Mr. Nig threa times out of fire, the marksman got $2. A good many eggs were thrown at Sambo's head, and several hit him, though he wm allowed the privilege of dodging. Texas Paper. 'Jill. The losses from hog cholera during the letyear, In Iadlana, are estimated to Mount to fully $3,000,000. The disease is ot yet well understood throughout the tountry, notwithstanding it U so widely pread, and aa one might aay, ao common, When a silk hat becomes wet, or from other causes has lost its smoothness and gloss, cleanse it carefully from all dust, then with a silk handkerchief apply petroleum evenly, and smooth down with tbe J. same handkerchief until it is dry, smooth and jlossy. This will make a silk hat look pot-metal Bay btalllon foilde.1 In tail. IC bauds high, It by Mestenger Chief, 1st dam by Vermont Jr , '.' dam by Imp. bcvthlan, 3 dam br Bonner t Uray Sm.OOOOO Eagle, 4 dam by Onstotl't Telegraph. His sire Messenger Cnlef, 3 In 2 IJ list, bjr Ab Metstrnger, i dam Thit Bank solliltt Kcounlt of Indltldualt, tircjit dallah Pilot, dam br3Mambrlno Imp. Napoleon; by Mambrlno Chief, dam br and corporations. In facilities lor making col- dam by Tempest; Mossenger Chief tired Mtud Messenger 2.1"! ii Marvel 2.1$; Out a,21 and many lection!, in all parts of the United States, are win tame on tho and cutomers are at all times granted others destined to bjr Alexandtr't turf. Abdallah; dam Ahdallah Pilot, any reasonable accommodation tbey tee proper Blandlna, by Mambrluo Chief; aecond dam (Bosa. llDd'tdam.i'il,) by Parker's Brown Pilot. Abto ask. We beg to oiler our strike! to the citizens ol neighboring counties, without Banking dallah Pilot tired Plckard 2.I8V1; Bed Jim 8 year-ol- d reco d 2.23; Mesamger Chief tlrol Maud facilities, and assure them that auy business tent Alexander'a Abdallah, by Uytlyk't Hamble. us shall at all timet have prompt and falthlu! at Ionian, dam Ralle Darling. Alexander'a Abdaltentlon. lah tired Goldsmith Maid 2.14. Uasallnd V.2I... ; Ht. Elmore Tborxdale 2.22a Major Edwll J. 30. Ha also tired Almotit. Belmont. Belsora. Hnelby Chief, together with the dams of Jerome J. M. HinOINBOTHAM, Eldy 2.1G1,, Katie MldJlelon 2 2), Bill Tnunder JOEL J WALKtlt, LEWIS Y. LEA Vm., l.W'i, etc. .1 Meaaenger Chief, Jr , will mako tne pietent aea. W. Lit 'AN, 8. JOHNSON, J. ton at my place I1 j Mllei from Hustonvllle ou the T. M. AUNOLD, L. F. HUBBLE, Bradfuiiltvllte plke.tt B. O. MULLINs J09, HIMPdON, I.AM'.ISTKR, KY. CAPITA! ' DIilCTUIt8i 2.2-J- OPFICElfi M. 810 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT tl i mcch charltaotry exiatlng in rela-i- ba as good as cer, to remedies and an almost criminal The Tost art of making razars out of Mglect of the disease on the part of carelefs ha bjen restored by the Damascus ners when their herds are attacked. S eel C itnpiuy, of Inuiarille.. A ten penHe who preachea holintsa should be pur, ny nail by their process can be transformed aid the breath of the temperance orator intc i very dae edged knife blade, superior atfluld not smell of gin -- X O. Picayuce. to aay so" in ue. liero HiaOINBOTHAM.PP.EdT. LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, J. P. 3ANDIEEB, CASUIEU, B. V. HUDSON, TELLEB. Money due when coll it foaled or mare parted per month, with. Maiet will bepattured at but I will not lie responsible for accidents. J.li. llACGIl.lt.lX. Hustonvllle. My Stallion, HCilOEOiV i,Dk o uta ukb F nrjyjfUAN, UTANFOKD, tCY. pJENTIS'i :tiro. wo JO ABDALLAH, Will make the present tenon at Jf, S.lll I'll II A VGIIJI.tX'S1 milesI from Sltol.r 1. on the homer et pikat 910 to nun re a lirlnu as cult, tame (ondllioiishighabjvo. He Is a bneiom. of good stjle ml it. blntd burse, lb bandt ami hat proven himself a tpleiidid br.) de lion NI) PI tilt HI y -V- ermon-Uamti I'l sCIHPriON eloulsn if a hltck horte lmlr.1 In ss teen bands hUh, two "tills fivt lnhln.l .I...I ,.. Wlllltiu v,,h h, by Itytdyk llambl.tunlan, 1st dam Katie tlrlmea, by (.ifr. rrmont, 2nd dam III n k wan, by Helm's Yorkshlie, by Imp Vork. to re uo uam i.uue hy Wagner, by Mr 1 nartet, ny mr .mciiv, ithilam Iwuliy fpnsl. bv I nip Ivlithin.Alhdtm by Packolel, ith dam l.v (.reendi yer h dim by Maryland I'hmlx, 8th ilamliy Htiuilbil mIsi.i .y niiky ly Howel (vi Lmlly In Hruie'siii id llokol tgo3K2 Vermmt Hamldetiinlan it hmi big iort, with iiovslyle and gul Ujne, and tore hreed-- r, ilrisl l.y Wllllaiu Welch, Hits tire nl Prlnee l 2 Jireuilth . 2J1. lletsleT an 111 2 SOor 'tur Millam WncH was tired br Iciidrk H'luhlcttiiiian, prltaiHrnonl a litd.iui the dim if lloden't Prince 2 27, and by Imp Trusteetscn ot lotto-- ) and t.re of twetit) miles Irotler, Trut. teMmiiltjs tonnf Mambilno, by Inn, Mritu. Kir. etmonl ton 01 the great lira-dy1 Hiiiibletonhii me graudest sire living, and iillla irmont comblii d, btckrd by ihoroul,. I.red will luakeafin Hchi liorsn llytdrkillam hlidonlan. by Ablallab, ton ofMaiuhrlno. dam br linn tiellioundcr,2.lam by llltmp a llawbletonl. Full brother to Maud Messenger 2 lo1,, by Mesa'i. 3 dam by Imp Messenger. ,!u Mcs.riger, senger Chief, sire ol Hand 'Ill's Veniiuni by Downing! Vermont tire of the dam of hnlgfna 2D. lit dam by (VsIimjImii j j Marvel i "'"lunibiis sire ol Confidence dam by tl. tlrP nf the dams 1st dam dentle llreeM, sire ol Petri 2 'Mi, a... 2 2S 2l.a.ldaiu by MaUlilets. slreof the of the Jam nl MaiulMesssnger a:lii', and, Peal Medim r( Umax 2 31. (.Ill 1 vrmont I, the tire of HonnerIf..y2 23. Hlarx Maria 2 2i.' Udy Oak dium i ii 2 i, amlUgtn 2,tu'v alto slro of iho uatiii o' 'Die King 2 25",, Nellie I ill. (lambetta Wilkes 2 2nd dam Klttyltlveis.lhodam Jot Ilerti .11, l.w '. .. ,, IvM..M ,..k, ,, , '...., ,,(i ,,i, y i,aslt 2 m. ,,fl recor lof . mlniiles, record Lady Imi, hen 2o'( acd ,.lukjr,(;rK.,.l!rir"21' ""'' ,ir9 oi ' cond 2..17, by Alexander't AlKltllah, slrecf Coldsuuth Thotiiieon 2.16' .ll.l,Ml?.k..,I 1''W'"'ilan, by Al.Iallah.slreolSIr Maid. a 2, si .Imii by Clias. Kent mar., by Imp. 3rd dam by Ited Jackal, tire uf tho dam ot Ilelllounder, 2nd dam O110 K;i, by llishop Hani. t Htoillsn.lril iIjim M .......II i. .. f. . Kentucky Wilkes. ,T1,'iTk'i,"llontan Is tho sire ol'Nettle 2.IS. Maud Messenger, lull sitter to Meuen(er Hret.' and 3, othert with records ol 2 3D or better: also cv and J) others with .,,,.I1(lnkB,z-at S years 2.2 had a record when 4 years of 2.2 2.30or better rmoiit(Dowi,lng'i by Hill's lllark Htwk. at 0 years 2.20 and at 7 yeara old won tbe t W) slropl h htn Allin22Va. Vermont (Downlnir'ti 1 1 Ire of ol Loigma 2 2t., auu also tire ot purse at Cleveland, Ohio, In thodam of Mambrlno Unite, tlieuro of Ilelle Wll. the eau.e year. 1891, Sept. Gth, the beat the crack Thompson a match race lor5V a Hlil't nlack Hawk, by Mieiman Morgtn. Dam Ited Wllkes-P- bl! fait trotting mare. Hill's Ills k Hawk I. the Mr. Crit Davit will ai? otlil"ttimlogt.n, Uncel 2.27S', Kthan 0U0, In 2.1C'f 2.17'i 2.1U Allen 2.Uy and oung America 2 2.1 and It r send her again thit year throiih tho grand of thedameof Illanchn2.23i. tien Tweed 2 Ifl'i Tennessee 2 27, and also the lounde rot th says he expect i to lower hor record to i I Mack Hawk tatnllv. .. u".., Im n.n Iia .,a-1. .n. icuimo nun m ;uithst- or better v representor or 2.12, Messenger Ilreeze Is as promising tai she sou lives. was at the same age. ?'. ' a .: "'" wiuml.us, tiro ol .v.V " " w"""! ainsenuer aiar.. Mestenger Urvczo It a beautiful red bay, IC hands Old Uolumbut, 2.IK.convsrted pater, brought muscular and strong, from Canada, are olt'on lence 2 21, Columbus high, Navlgator2 3, Uosa.iond'2.S0' and , ou. O.. of a speedy conformation and tliero does not exist the a liner tpiclmen nl the Morlll2 27. txiii lie N.!l.2nii v.,.,i. "..,,'......" Keatut-kon toll trotting bred horse and coming as he does from a ?.r..br,.'r,P,fnrf",V'e.,'.',,ja ".B u" ' wm B.t have (0 '. ",Mr, t....i..T found.r ol thepe'mrmert.) () producing family, Lis sire, lilnlamand hit gran Coluwhut family, which what ,ue is Juit tho -.- .,,il all being producertor tpecd, be Kentucky. li?i TIION. C. ItOltlXHOxT kind ol a liorto to make a lasting impresiton on (Stanford, Ky hit progeny. W 0 er billy 2 -- Among the get of flen Knot with rreorls m 30or letter, are thefollowlng Ijidy Maud 2 IS', Cora.rs .M'.t', Independence 2 ill, (111111 Kuoi Muor 2.2C1,, Kmperor K.n)i 1.1V ,. Kiwn 2 2 21; Knot Hoy 2 W ,, Peti ful 2 n, Harry hptnk Ills torn, Col. Lilt er 2 W, Messenger Knoa 2 30 Crumwcll, Eclaire, I uiprror Willworth. iam, den. Knox Jr , lien. Llchllool, dllbreth Kiiox.Julet Jurgensen, Knox toy, Lnn Morns Phil bheiidan, tit. l.lmo, Whalebone Knox, and Woodlord Knox have alril the following with records of.' 30 or better Iron Age2 IV',, Capltola 2.22',, Frank h' 22b',, Nellie Walton 1 If. Ihtnei 11 2iT Fanny itl 2 7',; Wallate 2.'"', Ixithalr2 2ui, Maud Muller 2iv',. Kilty Merru W Chub i it, John M. Ileild 22,', (illbreth Mild 2 27',. Hlubw .' 2S, Hamb'n Mot Copeland 2 ,V, lllark 1ms 2.IM, Arthur Nina, pirer, 2 'ii'J, Hoi esty, cer, 2 22', 'Ac 2.1. 2 21. AT 815 TO INNlIcr. a COLT. n, ,, Cuu-o!- , il 1 1 trt Impe-rla- - MESSENGER BREEZE ' D-'- i. '.'.K'V""! '.,. iri rec-or- 2.1$;,-2.ir,-2.- 17i, thi-di- ii. 'f ;- -.. ""m ""V" ""', well-bre- well-kni- t, 11 , $ao he to ixsuiiK a maim: in foal. Money due when tho latt Is ascertained, or mars parted with or bred to another horte. Will make ae atcn ol I(b7 ou r iu ..... ii r .ti. jayers Hotel. tide Main Joo.. a tho lanu of About I El IjJllrtasCiiesIiiies. Clnclnnttl.HejB MfW ttutaulcuiri. Xfileolbyibs to a lur.i. JBJBWODtrinl.,1 am 1 flr Hit ir known tout f lit. an.l t.ltcu l, ,,m,.r njnoiihj reenmnend It Y. sble.tnlla rrtiy cttt hiigitenitUtfiviuo. Ale.lt & 1.1,1, ItuJun.N. hte soil eontller. Oxk.e (j J. K. BAVGII3IAXKy, UnstonvillU, ItOll EIIT JfjV,I I.ISTElt, mil" from ?taalord. aaaaaW0h'Ssl SollbyDrufjIiu. fries aji.oo.