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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887051701 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. mnm Weeklii Ifitefiot VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1887. NO. 229. rf which I have at liuien, yes sometimes think HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY . MJ VERNON. ROCKCASTLE CO UNIT you again would throw me away in the Dr. Lie P. Hutlmaa and wifj and Mr. Armp.Iarber, a colored boy, died of same way as be'ore and rtjilce over the and M, (i. H. Cl0per of s brain kver Thursday iiucchm you had made; I don't want to feel bere Sunday. Messrs. C. and W. P t, of I'rhtnv I'nbUnhnt so. I want to have ditlerent feelings and n,e health of our villrg, and eur were here Sunday. -- AT coMuencf. 1 uont know as you liked it roundiogH generally good. some S'J NMJMi CAHH. brume I asked you to help me; it was m wilJely upread at present, hasTne merles, placeFor the first time iu house. years this been luhl has an unoccupied yourcller at first. I shant ask any more J Us visitation ihui far. The furniture company here have placunderstood 11 weereJIt tht l.0 will ) ei- - help.restaMiired, unloismy siitlcringa are -- Mm Isaac S.eele died on Huurdiy. ed on the market n nest thing iu the wo.y of demanded, Pectod and 'jitut You can be generous as your feel Bandar her remains were ta"cen l Jlrad-ina patent ironing board for ironing shirts. and circumstances will admit. My fordaville for burial. Hie Wisoompintive A nun can hive his politics! views, W. P. WALTONhealth U poor and I don't Vl as though I y aBtrii)gcr here, bjt duriiu her brief ntiy which is his right, but when he gels cranky should burden r,r impovish any one many made many friend, and mixes politics with his business then years longer. I f seems as though I had MT. SALEM, LINCOLN COUNT. -- A desperate attempt at highwiy rob ne is weakening in common eense. but little to live for. When you get this bery U reported to have been made on tbb -- Dive Jackson and wife, of London, Indisputable Evidence thai the Suicide, write to me, let tnc know how you are get- - MiJdteburg rotd some three mile from were nere irniay. J. w. iNesbitt U out Simpson, was a Bigamist ting along. You spake of our early life. ' town B.iturday night. A puty of some afier a few dajs sick spell. Mils Alma There being many rutiuM in toward to es I was happy till the erp?nt came into or 10 persons were returning from a lishirg Carson, of Brodbead, was here Saturday. the late C K. Klmion, alia K iler, h7nj: our garden of K len, then all was destroyed 'excursion. Two or three buggiei which -- Siuiuel Hix, ol this county, who u Hring "If'' ""'I living Uttt tiiler an n has there will come no resurrection that will were in advance were permitted to pass b'tn braking on the railroad for some timo, atimed name, jrour conesponiltnt called in our connuing love as befure. I have without molestation. The fjud who fol hid his right leg crushed below the knee hit widow, Mr K izilmh Siapon, at hrr place 1 may no news to write in particular. have lowed were not so fortunate. The foremost under the wheels, at Lebanon Junction, home near Mlddleburtf on laat Tliurrdav. a chance lo send this before Hollis goes, horso, affrighted, fell hick on the main Monday morning, while attempting to get I found Mm. Kiniwon in much tlintnvn of as you get this and ever be- - uuiu in dire disorder. The driver with re- en a moving engine. of the ad condition in uilnd on account me your sincere friend. I'll close by markable presence of mind deposited his While preaching here one of the evan vihieh ahe was left, mid tit- nakward pre- lieve hoping soon to bear from vou. Good-bye- . pocael-booin his boots and shouted a call gclist said be came near going to hades on dicament in which ehe dm placed, HrioK L. J. E to arms. A skirmish line was promptly account of playing a Jews-harp- . Ed Smith tho wife of a man for niary year, who, I he alme was addre-seon the onyol- - formed and thrown forward, when it was asks if there be so much mischief in so from undoubted evidence, had a wife of hie early data allll in exigence. She readily ope outside to C. h. Himpson and had no ascertained that the road was comnnnded small a musical instrument, what punish gave me otatementa of the facta in the eve, direction on the inside except "Pm Char by a masked bitlery of large proportions ment will be meted out to the player of the I Ce under-core- d wordj are her own and portentous aspect. The click of fire big uddle in a string band lie which are iu unbalance aa follow r; marking. I understand that (.'. E. Simp- - arms Kti distinctly heard from behind the A couple coming to town a few days "Scyentitn yeira ago, while living in it to my son owned toother parlies that he changed screen and just then it was discovered that since was overheard carrying on an ani iluwellrille, Kr , I wai on a brothtr in law, in llspkinsviile, Ky. There his nmc or. going anion; the Indian at the lulling ptry were entirely destitute of mated conversation. The man asked which I met a boarder in hia hotine who A hurried council of war was would be btst to purchase, a pound of butwent by likes lealc to ecsps detection for killing weapons mn held and It was decided to fall back by ter or a pound of bacon. The woman re lie claimed the name of C. K Simpson to be a widow ei anil 1 wan a wlilow. lie KlopeiWith the Man nrAI,,).lr what the Scotch would call "a diel take the ulicd: "The meat, of course, butter won't iaid that hi wife had been deid four year; l.eonle will remember the datiner Iiitl hiniiioosjt" movettent to Jispti's store, make gravy and you know it." A party of Holiness Evangelists that he hid two children, a boy and a girl, dnde who was in the poor business of selling lhence makea fhnkin; advance to McKin of three men and a woman from both dead, hi on baring died with brain ticket to the exhibition of that mtlfulmon BeT Mnd hus gain Huitonville without re- firrr and daughter with diphtheria. He strosity. the "Man Hear." The fellow's 80rlini: to lhe 'I'JMlionable nlternativo of Canada, held religious cervices in our He mid hia name, or alleged name, w made marriage proposition Dr. Iluckey, ukil)K ,he law ln, lbeir own hanj9, The street? Wednesday and Thursday, day and lirst wife waa a ankle and if he could jjel but everybody here called him the Man laJie' who wer ln lhe 'onoj' buggies say night. They claim to belong to no church a plain Kentucky wife, he would enter the Ihar Pv'ci1 8 w,lile oow '"B on lhe road and preach on the highways to reach that It seems that he wis known by the ' marriage relation again. I aked him why same name at Htchmond, for the l lb ambuscaded point, but that the cow class of people who never go to church. RcUr .vs me There is one eloquent preacher among he wished a worn in older thau he was. lie says; While here the Hsar Mm called on ma n0 n0j,1,e uemocsunuons. renlieJ tl a", he hal known the orrow of Mii Lulu Shearer, oldest daughter of aflalr was nrobtbly spasmodic it is nut them. They had large audiences here. dpi toxins one familr and that be did not T. U. Shearer, proprietor of the Shearer deemed necessary to cnlfout the Slate mll- - They left here for Crab Orchard. This place has one church building winh to raie a younc family. Well we House, this place. He went away on Wed- - lt"J l Pfe,ent- that at one time had a large number of married. He was a skillful workman, but had nesday. That evening Mi.ss Shearer told Republican Platform, and a nice working congregation. no means We mored to th' ection among her mother that she was going to run away We gave a synopsis of the remarkable members ' The membership has dwindled down to furiiialiioi; the ftinili to tet right con and get married my rtlitlrer-lo fact she document in our last issue. Here it is in less than fifty. It has otten been asked him up t the tinning b'jMtie1. if I had always raid she meant to run away, just for full: founJ out that he had a living wife I would the fun of the thing, whenevei she got mar X'oUfJ, That a change is necessary in why it is thus It is easily underrtood by not hare lived with him a day. I took ried. Friday evening the 'bus stopped aa ur Slate afliirs which would curtail cfli- - those who know the situation. It is said care of him, for I lored him. He waa a it came from the depot, and Dr. Hockey i 4. reJup--e expenses and enable the people that one or two persons who haveeet them Hood provider and had many fine trait alighted at tho Kheuer House. He and of Kentucky to overhaul and examine the selves up as leaders are the sole cause of the falling oil. They are ahead in all con nrnong bit objectionable one. I did jtw Miss Lu'a went into supper together, and "ok which for nearly 20 yers have been trolling affairs, but when the contribution at him fjr drinking and waiting money, then returned lo the parlor. About H sealed against them. for I told him we were celling old and o'clock Mm. Shearer sent lo the parlor for 1. That we condemn the democratic box is pasted around they suddenly dis-would need our mean. Oj one occasion her daughter lo come to her room a mo- - I ' Kentucky for a useless waste of the cover some objsct to look at out of the PtT he wai reiJinu a piece In a newspaper of menl, but the parlor was as vacant as a last People's money; for bringing convict labor window and never drop a nickel in the box omelhin which look place at a point near aummer's bonnet The girl and the Hear into competition with that of honest work-M- an As the Louisville iWsays, "a few funerals would help the case." St. Lmio. He remarked that waa the place had skipped. An examinaliou of her ioKaer; for retarding immigration and for Seiing some of the Rockcastle reminiswhere he haj killed a man. I aaked him crippling education. wardrobe showed that her best clothe were cences related by S. M. B. in the Courier-Jwnn- l for. He replied 3- what be had killed a man we herti,T !n fllV0r of Inquiry next morning showed that ! gone reminds Mr. M J. Miller who tells that it waa what he needed killing for. He doctor had driven oyer from Lsxington '" anJ receiving federal aid to our com- us of old lime in Mt. Vernon when slao mated that at the time he waa on a via in the afternoon and stopped at another ho- UiUU FbUUUI PQIClUi Charlei and William Kirtley, Elisba Ter-ri- ll it with hia wife to IiMtnn to eee hia father-i- tel. When the omnibus went out to meet 4'.h. That we approve of and will supand other men of prominence in county law. That hia wife urzed him to flee to the evening train, he went in it, and on its port a tariff so adjusted as to protect and the Iadiant for aafety. That he did ao and return got out at the Siearer H iuse and develop American industries; and also such aflairs were living here year ago. One remained anion,; tbeu four year. Anoth- when the girl had packed her trunk Ihey State legislation as experience has proved Brice Adams, a shrewd lasryer, .but someer time he brought a picture home and Irove bsck to Lexington and were mar to be necessary for the development of the what addicted to card playing, who had no more changes of linen than (he exemption wanted me to put it in a iramt O.) my ried. The show has gone West. material resource of this Commonwealth. I a sr a allowed, stepped into the store of Wilaklog whoite it wai he replied that Loo That we favor national aid to inter5th. The Governor's Patronage. liam Kirtley one day and was bewailing his Holmet had given it to him; that it favored nal improvement of our lakes, rivers and Kentucky's governors are not overburan old sweetheart, I am now convinced harbors and disapprove of the course of the misfortunes, saying be had been cleaned up dened with official patronage. This is the President of the United State in refusing by a certain parly at poker the night befoie that it is the pic'tire of hit wife." Mr Fimon here showed me the photo extent of it: hlch promoted such im- Mr. Kirtley immediately cccceWcd a plan to sign a bill He appoints a Secretary of Slate, who re- provements, leaving the work already done to help Adams out as well as to get even graph. It waa that of a large, beautiful with the other partv whom we might call woman, apparently -- 0 or 10 ceives nothing but a salary of fl.oOO per to fall into decay. annum; an Assistant Secretary of State, year of age. in common with our Irish Johnson, who was always willing to bet on G.h. That Suuietiuie from actions I would tell him who receives, besides a salary of $(JO0, fees fellow cit'zsna who have sought an asylum anything that came up even if it wts to bet I believed bis wife wis living. He always to the estimated amount of $.1,000 per an- in America, we sympatbiz) with sullering on which bird would tl first If be happenangrily, "I told you she wai deid num; a private secretary, whoe salary ia Ireland and hops that at no distant day ed to tes two of them xiitiiu' on a limb. replied and if you don't believe it bnlieve what $1,"00 per annum, and who, as in the pres- "home rule" my be given to a po-p- le Adams took considerable pride in his dress. e srr.tnged b Kirtley was lo bet you pleae.' Tnree week sro I told him ent administration, when he sec ires the ofwhoe persistent persecution on the fice, receives $'5)0 additioml for services as one hand and struggle for lib;rty on the Johns.m ihit Adams was not wearing a that he mil', be tho happiest man living When Johnson name into that he btd a good home, miJu plenty to clerk to the railroad commtrfsiori; a director i omer, uve loruis.i one ui me ssuurti, whole slur , the store lie 'ell Into the trap and immedirecorJj 0f history we live upon and had nothing to bsther him for the L:eitogicl survey, whoe piy is $'J,-vtaaiett Hia reply wan, looking straight at tut; 'I 500 per annum, a commissioner of agricul 7lh. Helieviug with the lamented Lin- ately iok tie bet. Wnen Adams was is $2 000 per annum; an coln, that it is the duty of the nation "to called upon toshov up lie pretended to be nui the moil miserable man living.' I asked ture, whose pay him why nnd he replied, 'I'm miserable in adjutant general, whoe py Is f 2,000; three care for him who ehall have bourne the offended lo have such a Jetnand made upen the way 1 am living.' He was buried on railroad commissioners, one from each of battle, and for his widows and orphans," him, Kirtley insisted otd the bets were Tueaday and tho shock cams on Tour Jay the Superior Court districts, who receive we hold that the people of lhe United doubled. Adiins reluctantly withdrew his in the sbapj of n letter which from name, $2,000 eacl'; an inspector of miuss, who re Stales owe an evet living debt of gratitude coat and vest and displayed a s.iirt collar and a portion of the shirt surrounding it circumstances nnd even the letter itrelf ceivei $2,000, and superintendent and as- to lhe soldiers and etitors who Hived the and tns culli. Johnson then understood sistants for each of the various Slate insti- republic; and we hereby disapprove of and prori it to be from the wife cf hi early the sell but gracefully submitted; tutions for the blind, feeble minded, deaf condemn the veto of President Cleveland manhood." here showed me the letter. It and dumb and insane, whose compensation of the Mm. which ,)r07idL.J for their relief PEARSON & CLARK, wan written in a tine female hand and bore is uiea oy uie iei.ei.e uoru oi manag- Sth. Convinced that legislation for the ers. Hesidea tbeese, he usually designate ,t t tho i nf the marks of education and intelligence. It wan all interesting, but from its eztrerre a cln-- k for the adjutant general's office corporations, which would not equally pro length I ouly copy the most important which the adjutant uenertl appoints, and tect labor, should not be had, we favor such LEXINGTON, KY. part and those bearing on the eve. I ivhnse salary is $1 (00 per annum, and with measures only as will encourage both cap 1M 11 "WoetL- - lUnln making capilala the le.s; of the "Inking fund commission, ital and labor, and insure lo the working verbatim, only copy elects the . tlicets for the penitentiaries of men just and ample protection in their where needed and adding punctuation. the S.ate, who pay is fixed by the afore riRhls, BiUPOEWATEn'a Con.NEin, Vt., May 17 said commission at $2,000 for the warden fl DeahL'kaiimc: I received your letter We Acceit the Coruection. The found me quite poorly and $1,200 each for the clerk, physician and Stanford in due time. It Inteuiok JocnsA called Queen This is the whole extent of the I want you to write to me as soon aa you chaplain. &) tOUISYUH.MtwAlBAUTI CWCACO Rt Kapiolani "a fine old nigger gal" nnd finds get thia for I am always glad to hear from governor's power to reward his friends with fault with the "leading ladies" at Washing-to- n you and prizs your letters above all others. a salaried office. for entertaining her when they would Hollis and Ewie have gone to a funeral to"While the South honor the name of not notice a decent and deserving AmeriLKA VINCI DOTI- lday. I am alone here with the children. Gran'; while the South honors the captains can woman of African descent. The dusky Wish you and the rank and file who fought against A I am feeling very lonesome. queen ia not a "nigger," but a member of LOI'ISVIIM.K A UIXCI.W Tl, were here if agreeable to your feeling. I her, now that the war is over, the South can the Polynesian branch of the great Malay Dally, secures to travelers to do you wrong in any not look on General Sherman as anything family, never Een if she were an African queen respect whatever. I am sick, nervous and but a conceited humbug and Qeneral Phil in MOST RAPID SERVICE an qtial state of civiliztlion and rtfioe IH sensi ive and am apt to suspicion wrong Sberidan aa a coarse-graine- d man, whose ment, tbero need be no distincwhen no wrong waa intended from you for military genius was overtopped by his brutions to her social hurt. The social status Ever attempted betweeu lhe great commercial cities oo tbe ver and Ciilcituo, me. Have I not Buffered enough by having tality. The less Sheridan and Sherman of the negro in Ihis country is the result of the fastest Obis III most comfortable and henca trains belime and tween all points In the South, or to the IVt'Ht hopes blasted up only to destroy with bit- ray about the war the better." f Richmond tradition and it is hardly reasonable that u& Xortliiceht. The counterpart of tbla train terest disappointment and have every one (Va.) State. the prejudice exist for any other cause on all trunk lines is denominated The Lltnlt-i- yf ExitrvuH. Tbe superb rollinic stock wh on earth taken from me that I ever loved? ' give pitrona I'nlttnttvilVotitfort. Speaking about the artuts who pain'ed lhn thftt of ,beIr Previous condition of lie re ft cf home and am alone and have MTAt all Coupon llckei Ottlcea In tbe bouth elr race and color having you will Quel our time tables and tickets, ruy Jlo-naee"J"Je. so naturally that the blrJs came and been for many long year, heart ache with fruit get Motion and stick to Motion, It Me- DOthin ,0 ',0 wilh tt you wanttoMve money and have a pluasant toursorrow. I know I write many pecked at it, said the fat reporter, "I drewi grief and senger ney. E.O.McCOUMICK, things I would not if I was not afraid you a hen that was so true to life that after the General Pauenger Agent. Cbicjjo. Houunucu; Illy HCKei azenis Ave.. LoulsviKe, Ky., ia said that 12,000 Irishmen left for your kind-ne- sage threw it into Hie wo.ste buket it laid It would influence mo to hope M7 th A. F: M. IlfCKMXR, loaaxNCK, r."J V.m it., Cincinnati, O their country for America during April. friendship and society again - there." and ,,,, (' vrihhS I)lM..S.IlUltI)ETT, and JEL CO COAL AJwT,,?n banJ(lire rme t for ,;-- . t rfil. T. L. SHELTorf, ttowland. Tiii'ifniinf OCULIST, BRODHEAD KY. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, Alts-Dioii- lJ3Il HasliaJ anexpcrleiireol over fifteen jeiri, aa.l hs lucceMfiillj treateil liundrels of cases. Special attention Is glri-- to tbe treatment of alt ills- eases of the eyes. N'.imeaml address ol patterns cureJ iflTrn on nppllfatton If iloslreJ. 2i0-C- CAPITAL. OI' MNCASTKB.KT. - - . $1:15,000 00 I gs HTANrOItD BOOT AND SHOE STORE., WoniaVc aipeualty ol the manulm ture oi &. Hoot! anil hhota and uuaranteeour work la every respect. Twa (lute mi workmen are already employed and uthr will Iu engaed If necessary . Ilepalrlrv u'jub neatly anuai tuuri notue, dire us a call nnd w will aern T"U rluhl. ' This Bank solicits accounts of indislduals. firm and corporations. Ita facilities lor making collections, In all furls of the United Males, are uc-- i surpuicd, and cutooicrs era at '.all times granted any reasonable nccommodatloLs they see proper to ask. We beg to oiler cur services to tho eltl-- I zens ol neighboring counties, without Bankln? facilities, and enure them that any business seat us shall at all times have prompt and foltbfi.l attention. 2" lm i'EXXlXVtO.X A JOIIXSOX, Lancaster .Mrc t DIllECTOltS: J 8. JOHNSON, L. F. HUBBLE, JOS. il.MI'iON, NEWCOJIB IIOVJGJj MT. VERNON, KY. This old and Hotel li still one reputation. Charioa reasonable Special attention to the traveling public. .V. J'. XJnWCOSlIl, Pro'r, 83 Cm Mt. Vernon, Ky. well-knoualn-lalnlngl- lewis y. li:avi:ll, J. M. HICiOINBOTHAM, johl j. walker, J. W.L03AN, T. M. AUNOt.U, B. G. MULLINS. OFFICEnS: J. M. HIOOINBOTHAM.PKE&T. k d MRS. II. Ii. STJBGER NO. 112 KAKT C LEWIS V. LEAVELL, J. I". 3ANDIFKR, CASUIEK, B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. UK9TSI T 3TKEKT, LOUISVILLE, - - KENTUCKY, Ti-- 1'onuerly of Crab Orchard, oilers her services to tho ladles as purchasing agent Any thing froi tbe smallest article to a wedding outfit will re celre her prompt and personal attention. A trial The Knabo, lhe famous DeckIs solicited. er A Son, the popular and reliable Everett, Th celebrated t'lough A. Warren, and the Jolic WJI.1VP.U. wurld-renown220-li- fSQflUOS Ciiurch A Co.'a JAS. O.OtVENS, l - Notary Public AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 311 OlELGc jLlNrS , . con-sitti- Fifth Street, ! LOUIHVIJL1.E, - - ICY. (l'-ly Rooms 3 and 5. Cromle Block. I WILLIS HOUSE. JIAI.WST., KICIDIO.M). KY. J.B. WILLIS, Proprietor. tIu" For a good Table AnJ clean and well furnished rooms, this Hotel has no superior. Good sample rooms attached. rilatesf2 00pcrday. !Ul-l- y John Church A Co, and will war-- 1 rant our Pianos tor anven jean, and our Organa for fire years Tbe Everett Piano and the Clough A Warren Orgn are the best and most rellabU Instruments manufactured. Oar Instruments an be seen at the postoffice In Stanford, whera Miss P.ose Itlcbards will state prices, etc. Tersons who have purchaser thesa Instruments will testify to their durabilltr ind elpi-ufinlh to ,erT0 lb0 ruMlc' Ba tioan Elder W. L. William, of tluslonrllle. also represents the John Church A Co., and will be pleat-eto serve bis friends. . It. tb I.. COOK, Agents. d sical instrument will do well to examine oar prices before purchasing. Wear agents for tho n Anyone desiring an elegant and durable mu- gu"c' BEFERKNCK3; J. I The Latest Novelties of the Season. Carpenter, Uustonvllle; J. M . Elmore, J. M. Philips, ; Mrs. Fannie Lancaaier; uen w.j. Laniram, Lancaster; IharleaSaudldge, Juoctlon City; W. M. Payne, I am dally opening an elegant line of Spring acd Preachersvllle; Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, Stanford; bummer Millinery, Including all Mrs. Mrgglo Uolmoe, Crab Orchard; O. T. Wallace, Lancaster. 133 lvr MIIsMNEKY. Slan ord, James Beailoy, Stanford; Stanford: A. It. Penny, Stanford John D. i Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars and Cods, lluchlng, Corsets, Bustles, etc. Yo'i will and me at tbe rooms lately vacated by Smiley A Warren, next door to the Myers House. lW-2- ' DB. W. B. PENNY, TCentiioIcy j MiATE VUOItEitAll. jtantorcl, - DENTIST, - LOUIS SCHLEGEL, PHOTOGRAPHER, KICIIMOXn. KEMUCKV. n Photographs in all styles and sizos. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Omce on Lancaster street, rext door to Iatl-- i water uoiors. iioa Journal office. Office hours from 8 to 12 a. and to 6 M. Anesthetics New designs In Frames an Prices. 1 Mats at very lo (201-l- x. 1 necessary. P. administered 15t-lj- r. wh3 I. 3VC. BRUCE, hoi-looki- ng Tne-schem- i m r,tin .i.i ;nirt Wholesale Grocers 203-6- Doalor in Binders, Reapers, Mowers. Agricultural Implements Gonoraliy, Buggies, Wagons, Lumber, fcc. Give nim a call. Street. H. C. RUPLEY MEHCHIM' TA1I.OIL 1 have received aai still receiving l New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising A NEW FAST MAIL tbe best la the market, which will be Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Nono in City or Country Give Hetn Trial. int-nd- ed fine-hair- ed WALSH, THE TAILOR, 2U2 For HI U AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, P. S.-F- INE - - GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. J UIUMIIUIWIIII u The National Elucttional Association I? ie n little singular that both the demOANHLLE. BOrLE COUNTY. ocratic and republic in nomineea lieu meets iu Chicago July 12. It is thought Sam White, tho negro who was bo tenant governor arc Irish boys, i'rynn'e 10,000 teachers will be present. badly cut by John Barbor near Parksville, father came from the old country and Mrs. Grant has received in various is now able to move about on crutches. May 17, 1887 Stanford, Ky firet aw tho light on the Kaierald payments to date from the publishers of Barbor has not bnen arrested and is supposIele. The latter is titid to be t cood sptuk her husband's memoirs J'J 1,159.50. ed to be hiding in an adjoining county. er, but Jiui Uryan can out talk any Irish A terrific boiler explosion occurred in W. P. WALTON. William W. Henderson, n well known bay in the State. the Richmond, Vs., paper nnnufactory, to and wealthy cttizjn of Dinvillo, died Fri- The Louisville weekly Commercial, no- tally demolishing the engine house and uay nigiuoi lyptioiu pnoumonla complicaDEMOCRATIC TICKET. tice of which appear in our advertising burying two men in tho debris. ted with kidney trouble. Mr. Henderson John Vorbank was killed in attempt- moyed BOLIVAK BUCK' columns, Is edited by the inimitable Will FOR Gotkinor-SIMO- N from his farm to town a few months old child from RO. NKIt, cl Hart County. 8. Hays, and is full of wit, wisdom and ing to rescue his LlKUTKNANT OOVKB.NOR-JAW. BIIYAN, The Will of Tamor Craig, deceased general information. It ia the cheapest as the track in front of a locomotive at Chicaof Kenton county. go. was admitted to record in the county court (SKNKRAL- -r. AlTOB.VEY Y. HARDIN, Of it ia one of the belt of the city weeklies. Murder will out. David Robert", who this morning. She left her property which' Mercer county. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. killed James Kendall in Morgan county, consisted of a houte and lot and a little UK WITT, of Hardin county. Henry Huflaker, an old cilizsn of Ky , in 1SG1, has just been arrested in personal property to her husband, George TibiUkk-JAM- ES W. TATK, ot Woodford Avona, Mo. Craig. Wayne, died last week, county. MSI I Policeman Julian A. Arnold, of Alexuucner I it new storeroom has been very SCrERlNTENDEMT OF PUBLIC INSTIICCTIOH. An Ohio man was fined $300 for adul- andria, Va., was killed and Ernest I. PadDESUA PICKKTr, of l'ayette county. terating maple sugar with glucose. J08EPU tastefully fitted up as general headquarters AS Beoistkr or tub Land U. Fort Scott, Kan., hw struck gas at thi gett wounded by two men whom they at- for Ryan Cmimtndery during the conclaye, CD county. COBBETT.ofMcCrackon tempted to arrest while planning a robbery. with evergreens and banners bearing variLEOlsLiiuiE-D- r. J. V. PETTL'S, Lincoln depth of two hundred and eighty feet. At Willis, Texas, a mob broke into the ous devices The interior is decidedly at county. A 03 inch vein of coal was struck at CO calaboose and fired on two negroes charged tractive. Marysville, Kas., at a depth of 2U feet. CD CO with shooting a white man. One of the Mrs. E. II. Thiele will leave on Thurs Jcstk e, even in Kentucky, can be swift Croton oil taken by mistake killed J prisoners was killed and the other serious- day on a visit to friends in Washington and sure, when the criminal is a negro and Tulley in Chattanooga in a few minutes. 00 ly wounded. City. She will be absent about six weeks. has no friends or money to hire lawyers or The Madion county delinquent list Gov. Bjaver, of Pennsylvania, has sign- Mr. W. G. Marks has returned from Loubribe courts and juries. Albert Turner, tie only numbers 210. Ojrs is three times a; ed the bill. It provides a sa- isville and taken a position in the establ many. brutal murderer of Jennie Bowman, was of his brother, P. A. Marks. Eagland has positively refined to per- loon tax of 3500 in cities of 30,000 or ovet; indicted iu Louisville Friday for the crime E quirts A. Gray and O. MinofcSttur mit the Atlacta Ouirds to vi-- it that coun $100 in smaller cities; $200 for boroughs and within an hour he had been put upon and $100 for township hotels. day condemned the turnpike between CO -trial, plenl guilty and sentenced to be hung. try in a body. The Fayette county court has recinded and Parksvillo and ordered the The American Sugar Rttinery sent 2, Thus wHim two weeks from the perpetr.t-tratiCO GO its action in refusing to let the question of gate thrown open. Tho officers of the road U CfO CO L.-of the crime and a little over three 030,000 tons of eujar to Xew York over the aid to the Kentucky Union be voted upon wouldn't keep It in proper repair, and the Canadian Pacific. days Iroui the death of the victim, the awJim Jone, colored, was hangtd in and has ordered an election for August 1, magistrates served them exactly right. ful sentence of the Uw wai impoed This ct-Mr. P A Marks, who never does things Bowie county, Texas, Fri Uy, for the mur- upon the proposition that the county sub CO swift mode of procedure should be the rule rcribe $50,000 and the city of Lexington by halves, has titled up In very handsom e of Cite Hicks, Aug. C, It SO . CD and not the exception in criminal ca?e, der CD style the room back of J. W. Yerkcs' law The available surplus in the United $150,000. 02 but unfortunately it is far from being the office on Main "treet fur the entertainment State Treasury is $12,000,000, an increase GARRARD COUNTT DEPARTMENT. case. In direct opposition to it is the case i of his brother Knights Temp'ar during the of about $10,000,000 since the luinst. of Tom Crittenden, who has jmt bjen Lancaster. conclave. John Brown, the CO A. B. Chladek, a Coictgo politician, at TaIorsville Five years ago The Baltimore & Ohio expi9 is boom, colored i CD waiter, has charge of the room, this bloody young murderer stole upon an kissed his 10 children, swallowed cyanide ing. Office at G. D. Burdett'A Co.' store. CD CD which is sufficient guarantee that all visitinofiendicg negro boy named Mosely and of potavium and died on his doorstep. The Lancaster Mills are bjring for ors will be properly attended to. L W. Crouch shot T. X. Burdett at shot him dead because ho failed to testify water. Many predict that natural gas will M. Mann, a tailor who had been work against another negro who had applied a Ssnata, Gi., but Burdett managed to cut be found. ing in Danville lat week, left .town Saturhim fatally with a hatchet before he fell vile epithet to Crittenden, as he thought be "It" is having a bi sale in Lincsster. day night and this (Monday) morning the dead. ought. There has ben one or moro huug The costumes of the ladies represented are town There arrived at Cistle Garden one day marshal of Bowling Green arrived juries in the case, a change of venue and lait week 10,113 foreigners, the largest sin- decidedly primordial. with a warrant for his arrest on a charge lind-in- z other deyious methods resorted to to gle day's arrival in tho history of the the Uncle Bob Beazley is confident of of embezzlement. Mann left iu such a obtain delay and thwart jmtirj. And now place. silver thi summer. Hi mine" are hurry that hd left behind him h pa.Urn this murderer goe free because The College of William and Mary, at somewhere in Bill county. for a suit of clothes, some of the property he belongs to a noted white family and his Williamtburg, Vs., founded in 1693, has T. Peacock has the "badge of recogni- alleged to have been embezzled. It is not victim was only a poor negro. Cm any- now only one "professor" and not a single tion" as instituted by Brother Barnes. known where he went, body contemplate the state of affairs usual- Btudent. ThoFC wanting them can get them of him. A nurse in South Carolina put concenly existing and have any respect for the In its report of the republican convention A number of our citizens will attend lam? Occasionally we have n spurt of trated lye on a piece of bread and gave it the annual meeting of the Grand Command-er- y the Louisville i'o! tells this amusing story: righteous indignation, which forces the to a child to eat. Death in horrible agoGen. Speed Fry, who is as deaf as a gateof Knights Templar at Danville next d courts to their duty, as in the case of the nies resulted. post, made a speech, declining Thursday. Wednesday and William II. Sandford shot and killed murderer of poor Jennie Bowman, but it Bill Foster, while looking oyer the of- a nomination for treasurer. The convenia spasmodic and evanescent and shysters, his If year old son, near Washington , Ind. ficial list of the Louisiana lottery, was tion grew tired and yelled and hooted, but venally disputed judges and juries resume The boy was walking in his sleep and his heard to exclaim, "How in the Dickens the old veteran heard it not and imagined the sound and waving of hats and handkertheir avocation, the law is brought into father mistook him for a burglar. did I miss all them numbers?" Mrs John Hughes, living near Tuscofurther contempt and murderers atalfc forth William Silliman bought from W. S chiefs as thunderous applause and sanction to their deadly work. The people can and la, 111., went without food or nourishment Walker, among a lot of other wool, three of his speech. He grew excited and enthusshould take the matter in hand, and the of any kind for 33 days, literally starving fleeces which weighed fG pounds, or 22 ed, raised his and gingham umbrella aloftfand waved the bloody flag sootier the better for the dark and bloody herself to death She was an invalid. pounds apiece. Who can heat it? The builders have combined against ground. of both. Finally, for Rnssell H. Teater was granted liceme from the Grant to Sheridan to de- their workmen in Chicago and 20,000 men on Friday to marry Miss Belle Davie, 'lhe want of breath, he desisted and took his The orders of vastate the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia are in idleness, the result of their own re groom is 73 years old and the bride only seat, while the convention clapped the climax by giving nim three rounds of cheers. are published. All citizens under 50 were peated strikes and general unreliability. 23 We wish them a Ion and happy marWillie Sprague, eon of the er Go ver-nWill Morrow, of Somerset, in nominating to be made prisoners of war and the enemy ried life. of Rhode Island and grandson of the was to be given no rest night or day. One Nath Woodcock, wife and daughter, somebody, forgot himself and addressed the of the orders closes as follows: ''Do all the late Chief Justice Chae, is eueing for a Miss Douglass, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. "gentlemen of tho jury." r 'a sisdamage to railroads and cropa you can. divorce. His wife is his John Woodcock. Nath told all of us why "I don't wonder men go down before a ter. Carry off stock of all descriptions and The handsome residence of Mr. Jake Jim Gore failed to get there Montroe woman," said a friend of mine so as to prevent further planting. If Huguely, situated about three miles from outran him. the other day. We had just met an acMAIN AND SOMERSET STS. the war is to last another year we want the Burgtn, on the Danville & Shaker town Every one who could buy, hire or borquaintance in the street without at firt rec Shenandoah Valley to remain a barren pike, was burned to the ground Friday . In- row a turnout went to the Fork church en ognizing her She was badly dressed be waste." All may be fair in war, but a peo- surance $3,000. Sunday. It was show day there. Many of cause of thelsnow. Oaly the day bsfore I liiiro a Hplcnillil Mock oT the ple who can forgive such brutality must be At Spottaylvania Court-homVirgin the horses were decorated with flowers, she had come into a drawing-roofollowing G'ooiIh: dresiol of God'a very elect. ia, a memorial tablet erected in honor of ribbons, &?, in brocade and blue fox fur, and had eclipsGlass-- , Tin- - and Quoons-waro- , The schools of Prof. Harbinson, Misses ed every other woman in the room. We The labor agitator, Wood, a briefless Gen. John Sedgwick, who fell in the battle lawyer of Covington, is trying hard to get fought on that historic ground, was unveil Mary Kay and Ray, held it picnic in Joel all saidHow.'pretlyJshe it!' In, her ugly Walker's woods on Saturday. It was a coat she looked positively plain. Ojly one the laboring men to nominate a State tick- ed Thursday morning. Bush, Weod and Grass meets with poor success. He adverThe repertoire for the Louiirillo June very enjoyable affair. The sports indulged face in a thousand has the supreme charm et, but shooting, crcquet, etc. Scythosand Snaths, steps in opera festival will include "Aida," ''Faust," in were target tised to speak from the court-housof beauty which shines through all vicissiW. T. Burdett, writing from Soelby-vill- e, tudes of dress." uLondonWorld. Louisville Friday night, but less than a cor- "The Marriage of Jeannette," "Lakme,1 Buggy Whips, all pricos, states that he has a pleasant bertLi poral's guard appearing, he wisely postpon and "Nero" in the order named. Toe seaPicklos in bulk and in botOae of the most eloquent speakers in the likes the Shelbyville people, is enjoyirg ed his fiery eloquence to a more opportune son begins Wednesday, June 1. and getting fat. C. D. Pea- convention was Hon, John W. Yerkes, of tles, season, Mr. Wood had better go bick to John Kelley continued bis visits to his good health who will befremembered as the his practice if he has any. The laboring old sweetheart at Boonton, X. H., after she cock, of Bryantsville, spent Snnday in Danville, Beautiful Flowor Pots gentleman who is a candidate ajainst men are satisfied with the acts and promices bad married, but her husband put an end town. Baskots, Thursday for Judge Barbour last year In the race for Mr. A. R. Denny left of the demccratic party and are hardly silly to them by walking in and blowing his Kansas, to visit her sister. He returns by Judge for the Superior Court. Mr. Yerkes enough to follow the forlorn hope that brains out with a shot gun. Lomon and VanWoods holds out to them. Fred Morgan, a negro murderer, when St. Louis to be present at the meeting of has a finished education and is a brilliant illa, the General Assembly of the Presbyterian young lawyer. He is devoted to Col. BradThe death of Justice Wood, of the Uni- sentenced to death by a Judge at Louisville, Church, which meets in that city on the ley, and all that he said of the latter was California othor Can-no- d Ga., Thursday asked that he ba hanged at ted States Supreme Court, occurred Satura genuine heart tribute. -- S. M. Burdett in 17th inst. once, a.) he was quite ready to die. The Goods. day at Washington, after several days' Ben Mullins sold to D. Bedinger, cf Courier Journal. execution was set for June 17. This gives Mr. Cleveland a chance T. R. WALTON. ll The pressing invitation to Gen. Buckner The statue of Garfield in Washington, Boone county, one Rose of Sharon to make a life appointment and already the Mark llardlo, Ut of Montktllo, Cltrk. for $200. This is the second to btteud the republican convention was calf presented by the Society of the Army of names of Carlisle, Garland, Rindolph the Cumbetland to the Nation, was unveil- calf he has sold to go at the head of Short- not intended by those who extended it as a Tucker, Hoadly and others are suggested. ed last week. Gen, Keifer waa the orator horn herds. He sold to same party oce trap in which to hold him while insulting The material is not lacking from which to of him, but, from the white man who called the day, and President Cleveland accept- pair mules for $225. elect and we doubt not that the President The proposed base ball club of this the meeting to order to the negro who ed the gift for the United States. will show his usual wisdom in doing so, James Trim, living near Taylor, Texaa , place is about abandoned. Some of our threw it into disorder, on down to old Gen-Fry- , who has hardly responsible for his Billy O'Bbadlky was in a rather big found fault with a school teacher for whip- oldest citizens gave the project no encourharry to challenge Gen, Buckner for a joint ping one of his children. A band of rezu agement. John Woodcock positively and senile ravings, the presence of Gen. Buckemphatically refused to allow the club to ner seems to have been so used. "Louisc&nv&B?. He thinks he can get away with lators called Mr. Trim out and after adhim epsiking, but our opinion is that he ministering a severe chastisement, bought be named alter him. Some men have no ville Times; ia monkeying with a buzz etw and will find tickets for himielf and family and shipped ambition. There will be no leap year between 189G The returned fishermen entertained and 1901 The ordinary test of division by it out before ho has tackled the old general them out of the country. Serred them many times. We will warrant that Billy will right. The teacher who spares the rod their many friends on Thursday evening four would make 1900 a leap year, since no with an account of their thrilling adven- remainder would be left, but in reyising not be so fresh as to hanker for a meeting spoils the child. with Bryan or Hardin. As Albert Turner was being taken ture with a snake on Jellico creek. It wis the calendar, Pope Gregory XIII, found of Louwould be necessary to count as leap The Louisville Republican gives currency back to the Louisville jail, after being sen- quite a snaky tale. Dick Chandler, the fish that it only those years centurial years which isville, is here trying to eat up all to the miterable lie that Senator Harris tenced to have his worthless neck broken would be divisible by four hundred without July 1, he remarked with a grin that the Woodcock and Miller caught eaid in Spencer county that be vould not a remainder. John Logan will build a new residence support Buckner under any circumstances. judge might have let him off till after the Wjfe, (returning from matinee) -- "Oh, it R. A. Burn-sid- e The Senator is not that kind of a democrat 4th of that month. William Patterson, hiu on his lot near the College. was just lovely. She had on a pale Nile will build on the Duncan addition, green and no one who knows him or heard his alleged accomplice In the crime, will be dress, with bands of passementerie known as Yorktown. Richard C. Bradley down the Hide, and the grandest diamonds manly speech at the convention will give tried Wednesday. has bought a lot from J. G. Sweeney you ever saw; and when she died in the last Tennessee Prohibitionists are organiz the least credenee to the charge above. great constitutional amendment on Lexington street and will build at once. act, she died over four time", and every ing the woman in the house waa crying. I neyer TnE Mt. Sterling Stnlincl, the home of campaign, the vote on which comes off in William Bhugars is building on Danville enjoyed a play so much in my life." ( Squire Stofer, who has been held in $500 September. will build immediateA prominent feature of the street. John Spratt bond to answer the charge of illegally re canvass will bs out door meetinge, ly on Lexington street. O. D. Burdett is Sam DKALXBS IU York-town- . ! leasing Cornelison from prison, says that Jones and Sam Small wilt have a monster erecting a shanty on Water street in he was not actuated by any corrupt motive, tent. John B, Finch, of the National ProDrugs, Books, Stationery and The John Church Company, of Cincinnati, will but wai guided by a goodnesi of heart, hibition Committee, goea first to have a Texas and I'lano Tuner In HUnioril beThe colored people of Kentucky would Fancy Articles. etc. This story is so remarkably thin that then to Tennessee to assist in tween the 15th and 80th of My. aav the campaign, if they were wise and had any your antep Satlufnrtlon, Lesve Mill orders it won't do to tell even to the marines. la view of the failure of the commis- git about them organize a distinct party with Mlia Itota Jtlcbirdi. A' L. COOK, I'hvilclaDi' prescription! accurately compounded. Alto H. K. J. A gen ta. O'Billy Bradley charges that there sion to agree upon a basis for the settle- of their own, to act Independently of all Special LsBsEaBaBssHsisnsPVTIlirTsftsMssiffaisBV and to cast its vote where it has been corruption in the management of ment of the Slate's obligations to Eaglish other legislature passed a reso- promises to be most efficacious in advancthe State affairs by the democrat, but is bondholders, the ! careful not to make specific charges against lution to reduca taxation to the amount ing the interest of the race. The demo The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, any man or set of men. This fighting necessary for current expenses. A new cratio party does not want the negro at all, Jewelry and Silverware To solicit or Jen for our reliable Nurrery Stock. windmills is a mighty poor business and proposition, the nature of which has not and the republican party only wants bis Ooodaalary nl expenics orCoiumlwion. Permabought thli market than nent employment guaranteed. Address at once, Ever Lowest. toWatches, Clocks Prlcna Lower ReO'Billy should say who has been corrupter transpired, was made on behalf of the En- - vote. His true course is to set up for him- atatlnir age. and Jewelry the MOWLAM), SSMML on ahoit notice and Warranted. paired glish bondholders. Nurserymen, Bt, louii, Mo, J. self a while.-f- C. ai'ita, hut up. SittU- - (t WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT WALL PAPER, 3 MS ACDITOR-FAYK- TTE M'ROBEETS& STAGG'S m Officii-THOM- ii w m 4 high-licen- se ish-me- P o o 4 o O d q Per-ryvil- on o a o & ! - Pi s; well-kno- o o p fj 3a Hi K o PS 00 f H long-winde- -- ear-trum- top-mas- 4' or step-mothe- T, R. WALTON, itoci:ie, well-drewe- d e, e and N Extracts, and ill-ne- e. Short-hornlbu- PIlBrO TUNER first-cla- F WKm WMMim PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. git-up-- ptie, SALESMEN WANTED i 1 wfwwHwrw i f m wwgwemgatCTmmMMgjwn rinwWM!WjwfwwiwuivwnfjnBiiiiirivfcMwwwrji aiiymwwanii m DR, S. G. HOOKER. iauwaiiniii Call iKirt. Tjic Stanford, Ky., B. ami examine our 50 cent whlto Oinley Si Cri. nrn call SiiRitiKi T. D. Xewlaxd roakei a buei. for taxai in another column. r" utvi UTistatcnrN. f MhqiMjrmMM wraxf wwMHim. jTirr 1 .- - joiin nniGiiT, jr. - May 17, 1887 It kerH Rjim refrigerator In the bet made. The Merry Biclielor have fixed upon Jrr. itl no Ii.iJ odor. Metoalf Friday night, June 10. h, for their annual & Fouler. Hummer Hop. DuATH. The aad new of tho death of ready to do all klnda of re Mr. A. T. Carithera, at Lexington, who piirirR and paintinR to IihrIm and aprin wKonp,c. I will ha pleaded to have you wa Mies Kate Bailey, lter of Mm. Lou call iind Ret your work done. Wm. DjurIi-erly- . SbanRB, reached here Sunday. Bhe had given birth to a child about a week before and her death resulted from it. The child A Ni'.uo named Gtne IliRRina droye still live. Mr. Ctrithera was well known over Will Lickey, a 10 year old boy Sutur-dthere, where her refined and elegant manand it wm at that thought ho wan fatal ners and pr!ghtllnefl of diaposition won ly injured. I'iggins claims that it wm an her mnnv friend, who will grieve with her accident while other aay It waa done heart-broksister in her terrible bereavement. Her remains were taken to her old The republican decided to amooth over home in Shelby county and laid to rest yestheir ba i treatment of the rolored contin- terday. May the God of pity give consogent by appointing GeorRe W. Gentry and lation to those upon whom her untimely Hev. George W, Howling, both of thin place, death fall heavleal. on tin Klato Kxecutive Committee. There MARRIAGES. ia little honor and no pay in the position, Mi. Thomas J, Cre'8, a young ichool hence tli appointment. teacher from Kockcastle, and Miss Melissa Giiet preparation are being made for Singleton, of this county, were married last the meeting of the Grand Commandery at Sunday. Danville to morrow and next day and the Licenso has been obtained by Henry occaalon promiM to be a memorable one. Meade, a young rail: jad man of Yofcmite, There ate 23 Commanderiea of Knight to marry Miss Dora Hiker, daughter of Templar in the Htate and l.ltil member, J. M. Biker, of Lincoln. The ceremony inoit of whom will be present. will occur at the latter' home to day. I AM now y en TAXES! TAXES! to rtcclvo tbe Under the new Law HinBlierlrT Is compelled to aettlo with the titato tiro rnuntha earlier than heretofore. Ho ppiie come forward and par enrlr. aw-lT. It. mUVIjAAO, 3. I,. C. o. WAIVTOM. - DuslnoBB MnnnKor. TIME CARD. 8'J u. 31 P.M. To tha Tax Payers of Lincoln Oonnty. The Tax Itookt ire now rraJy and I am ready HOCKER & BRIGHT. m;j;es.sounto u. ii. iiiuoii.vn.) laid. I. AN. LOCAL V .12 ftill train going North. Boutn - 11 Ham Kxpriss train" Houth...... 1 47 a.m ' Noih Tb. jt Is calculated on standard time. Bol.r Is about 20 minute. UsUr X. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. r. NOTICE ! ell Hr order of the Lincoln County Court, I will Trains leTe Itowland its and 7.13 a, u. lleturnlog, airlreat Gand l.Ml'.x. LOCAL NOTICES. Lanlmu.-tii's MONDAY. JUNE TII, 18S7, Garden Seed at Penny A McAlitter'a. A UI.I. linn of tilling tackle of all kind At tho Court Home In fitanlord to tbe hlgheit bidder, a lot ot notet, atsooK the number one on Chappels (lap Turnpike Company for 5500 and Interest, II, K. Miller HCO, lt.O. Huratxr 81.010, Ac, Klght UhareHtock In Chappels (Up Turnpike Coiniuny, 1020 In ontedtri te money and a piece of ancient Mirer Coin, It. OIVNIjEY, Ex'or Of J. C. number. Dec'd. Having purchase,! of W. II. Miggin.s his .stock oi Goods, take pleasure in informing their friends and the public generally that they will continue the General trade at the old stand and Hatter themselves that hy fair dealing and strict attention to luiHlnc'HH Jler-chandi- ae they will merit u fiiir share of their pntroii' J. at Penny A MoAli'ter'a. TlIC lieot redr wiieil palnl nru to be bad at 1'eiinr A McAlitterV. Ask your irrocer for the Cincinnati Ha. tlnic Co.' cracker and cake. W ATClira and Jewelry repaired on nhor Dotice and warranted lT I'enny A McAlla r. HOCKEU A ISKIGIIX. POPLAR LOGS WANTED ! I want to contract for 4 car-loaof I'op!nr Logs for Immediate shipment Logs to be strictly No, 1, Yellow I'oplar, tree ol shake, ilnte, large or unsound knots, to bo cut U feet long, 18 to 30 Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Railway.) Pacific WIbrrV. A coMri.ETK and duratillily guaranteed at McKibert A ' tock of jewelry, luttwt tyle, Kockfortl watche a racially. IVn-aA Mo A Hater. StasiA)U) ready miied paints; (jiialilr PERSONAL. I.T Lt'ilEN Vol-.s- hm been arii;ntil to the torpedo eerrice. Mim A N.MR Shank came home from DiURhtrts' Collt'i;u yntriilar. Miw Loc KitANKri ha cone to inRton tomtit her iter, Mh. driiben. Mils. Muui'itv and Mrs J. H. Hughes went up to Hick CVlIe HprinRa Baturday. Mm John V. Hon and Mies Martha Paxlon have returnrd from a ylit to Gar- Ix rard uotinlr. 2k i ls I . K f 11 K. I'otkrt, of ILrrotUljurg, epent Sunday here and took in the round of hi many relative. Kl.V. J. M. liKCi E and rtife left Stllli-da- y for lluir home in Miouri, where he . has a call to Mh. H. I. CitAwraim, of IouuTllle, returutd home ymlerdav, after eereral day' rli.it to hii dtURhter, Mm A. S. Moflett. Miw. Kl'man Skaiuiknt, of Lincoln county, i vinilln? her aon, Dr. Andrew ille South Kentuck. ian. Mil H. Huknett ha returned from a TntKE was a general collision of bugmonths' tsjr in Hituilogham. He aaya the gies and wagons on the street Saturday afreport that he came ell' JOO.000 ahead i" ternoon and one buggy containing Miss exaggerated. Alma Havs and Ibb White was overturned. The pip.rt j Hob had the pretence of mind to hold the that Hon. T. I. Hill hat been admitted to horse with one band and his girl in tbe the bar there and take occaiioa to pay him other till aaslitance arrived and prayented a hi((h compliment. a more serious accident. Since tho expbit Mu. and Mils KoiiuitS. Lyti.r and Hob Iain demand as an escoit among the Gill C'japer arrived from Kanrai Friday. girl who aaw the earnest manner in which We hope that all of them will find it profithe held his charge in hi strong embrnce. able to remain in the land of their birth, Miw. 1'oweilx, who was reported in a ;r.i'' TO.V.- -I t is aJd that the statement dying o ii liiion Sunday niRht, ia improvinR. alleged to have been made by Mr. Carpen Mr. II. K Wearen'iJ family, who have been ler at tbe dinner table, waa not correct, and down with the mcaale, are ulito convaleoc-ink- '. was probably the result of a misunderstand-inof what really wa faid. Mr. HawMu. V. U. Hani.y ha retifined aa kins informs us that Mr. Carpenter wa trualee in thin achool diatricl for the pur-p3- e greatly distressed about her testimony, and of bidding on the school building. He remarked in tears to the died that her teswent to Lebanon yeilcrday to ace about the timony was very painful to her because she wa opposed to making public the private eoA of material. affairs of her husband, but the lawyeia hnd LOCAL MATTERS. told hei that it was neceasary for the de Somerset Reorler. Go lo Metcalf & Footer for rail, lime, ce- feose of her eon. ment and p!ler. Wi: wish to return to the good people of Tmir.E rooms to rent at tho Commercial London our sincerest thanks for their Hotel, Miilable for a malt family. J., T. kindnees to our brother during his illne-- s in their midst. He could not have receivHarri. ed more attention from friends in hi adopI will bell waRonn and buggies cheaper wa dono to ted home, for evfcrything than anybody. Try me and ba convinced. brighten his days of confinement and lessen " I. M. Bruce. the force of the Miction. To good old I have a Gerlach etave aw and equaliDr. Scale, Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Craft and ser in perfect order, that I will cll low for many others, not to forget the clever landcah. A. C. Sine. lord of the Jsckson House, Mr. K. H. Richamber eel ley, who keep one of the best hotels in the h' you want dinner, tea or we can ell you lower than any house. country, we shall ever be thankful, and hold ourselves In readiness to return in a Metcalf & Foster. measure the favors they so generously beFarm kiu tell ui that the cut worm is stowed. playing havoc with the corn. Some baye The Oli StoiiV. A dispatch aaya that had to furrow out and replant. Jeacle Ruckner, who came into notoriety in A rami stock of Cikea of all kind, the Phil Thompson murder trial, has been Crackers and Ginger Bnapa Just received at going from bad to worse ever since and that A. A. Varren'a Model Grocery. now she le an inmate of a disreputable write that he will not houie in New York, addicted to the use of Fcrd Jacobs open a store here. It la thought he had no strong drink and becoming more and more degraded daily. Tbe dispatch adds: Her intention of doing ao from the first. career haa been a strange and tragic one, The K. C. will make a rate of $6 15 for and ber down-fal- l is looked upon by many the round trip from here during the Lato-ni- a as a righteous retribution for ever proTok-in- g race, which begin May 23d and last i'hil Thompson, who is really one of till June 1th. tbe most honorable men in Kentucky, to The new owner of the Kentucky Cen- shoot down a man whom ho sincerely betral, Mr. Huntington, has issued, a circular lieved had debauched his wife and destroyappointing the late receiver, II. E. Hun- ed his domestic peace, .! tington, to be general manager, and retainFour, persons, three men and a woman, ing all the old office!. It will be known calling themselvea tbe Holineas Dand and a a "railwav" Instead of a railroad here preaching a possible sinless existence upon after. . earth and the near approach of tha second We knew it would come. It never fail, ccming of Christ, held forth to large but la as regular as tho spring itself. We crowds on tbe streets and in the Court-he- . refer to tho story about the old woman tie from Baturday to yesterday, The planting peas; her old hen eating them up; woman is a tolerably fair singer and hen caught and killed; peas taken out of while one of the men is more than ber craw, replanted and so on. Too an average They wear long hnir wormy, Jim Maret, try a fresh chestnut. though and it is said that it is pretty safe This Is 15 years old at least. men always to steer clear of ,, editor of the iNTEiuon Jouhnal and short haired women. The youngest The man; Lucas Dixon by name, is from Brisinforms the editor of the Somerset what-is-- it said nothing about him. tol, Tenn., and had just joined them. He (?) that he has recognized by a young lady here who The paragraph answering his wan in the was says he belongs to a good and wealthy issue edited by Ed during our abaence at family. The band diflers from the Salvathe democratic convention and aa be is the of the concern, engaged At an tion array in several particular an imporfighting man being that they never ask for conenormous expense, we leave euch matters tant one tributions, relying upon the Lord for supto him, gatieSed of hl ability to take care port. of himielf. pre-nchHearKeat.-fllopkinaTWa-Keen- ty, HLti.itT change of achedule went into RELIGIOUS. t flrct on the L. & X. Sunday. The northThere are in Kentucky 2 1 19 Sunday bound expre, No. 2'5, arrive at 1 . 17 A. M , school' with an nverage attendance of 57 Vi minute earlier, thu other pupils, The local train remaining a before. Hev. J. M. Worrall, formerly of Ken freight, which carrie pjMenger, now, pa-lucky, but now of New York, was Fri?, 'j a. M. going to Louirville here it d day dieted I'reeident of Centre College by and at ' j5 1 M returnin. the Hoard of Trustees. id without a prisoner, We closed cur mteliug Sunday night Tht Hichmond but there a here It I not for the want of at Hustonvillt. Thu church is much rematerial. There would be drzsna of board- vived and cncsurdgeJ and fifteen sdded to er in our haatile, if half that deserved it the membership. Jo. Htllou. had their desert. Hy tho way, how dot-- it The Episcopil Council of Kentucky, In a which ban been in happen that there are no prboner at Henderson, adjourned Saturday to meet in Christ ooui'lv where whiky i nold? We can fur their absence here, but would like church, Louisville, May 10, lSS. During the year ending Miy 1, the to know the explanation there. First I'resbTtcrian church of Lvxinglon Ti;k tmprovemtnta on the Methodit contributed JT.Si to benevolent purpose church cod J70- -. Brother I'ollitt had col- - and increased it membership G5. I eel nl Urlore uanil JvK)U and hunday hy an I'reschera and delegn'ca to the District extra etlort he ecured J2'7 more, leaving Conference, which meets here thi morning about $.0 yeltoba paid. A mm that get at 'J o'clock, began to arrive yesterday and away with the good brother begging ha Hev. F. K. I'ollitt tell us that about 50 to rie pretty oon in the morning. The have signified their intention to be present. chandalier and the swinging lamp over Hev. S. W. Speer, of Irryvilie, preached the pulpit add much to the general beauty at the Methodist church l.tat night. of the auditorium. A piR-eng- Inches diameter and loaded on cars. I will s bids lor A or more at a place to be measured and paid for wnen loaded. In making bids please say how soon logs can be dellund. Iwlllreceire lo; at any station on KnoiTllle Branch of L. A N. Address, 219-t- f .1. SI.Xi;, Stanford, Hy. Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JtKAO DOWN. TuAiNrtwJDrfi. Mo.l. MiY Dally. 1, '87. no. UKAIl UP. A. McCLINTOCK & SON'S Semi-An- n ill A .tion Sale of Dally, r.x. Bun. 10 50 a m 11 25 a to Pally No I. .No o. Iu. ". Dally. J nTATIOXd. inoluaa I 1...'Gaorgnto.v.1 ... 'rr ! no Dally. I'KAlcfaNUrtl'll. So t, So. t). Kx Dillf. Dally. Sun t. Daily. Registered Jersey Cattle I 50 IIE.il), "Main 1 OR 7 1147 jil at uKAsrii:i.i)'.s iioif i: kxcii vxge LV.XlXt.TOV, 12 12 12 15 1 kS.mCKV, 1SS7, WIUNJ:NIAY, MAY 25, At All a V! U'rlnvh )a repreiented ws-io- n a pure ST. I.amlkrt yearling Hull a .,12 55 am ., 2 35 ami.... ......Meridian numbtrol nUu tested cw, and .1 (inn lot nf 7 30 a m 7 3)p m .... .....Vlckiburg young heifers, bred to choice btoke 1'ogls bulla, 15 am1.... 6 45 p m . ...,)ireTepQrt mock bought by dtitaut buyers kept at nominal 7 50 a ml .. 7 10 p uii ..T. P Junction cost. Lunch at 12 o'clock; sate at l. iO sharp. For catalogue, now rcily iMim No a leaves Oakditedallir exeunt Humlav. .it a 15 a. M.. Arrlvin- - at Chattanoiii at 9 15. No. 1C ttO.X. .1. JlcVhl.XTOCK Millersburg, Ky. leures Chattanoot at I 0) r. m., arrlvluj at Otttdsla at 7. 5 i x. Kit d Mann IkmJoIr l!uU?t dleoplng Cirs on all through tmlni. II roLLBIlVN.Gen'l JOHN C. OAULT, Gen'l Manager, Frt.A Pass. Agt., It. CAl'.KOI.I., Ueii'l bupt.. It X. P.YAN, Asit. Gen'l Frt. A Pisi. Agnt Vt, W. WELL!:', superintendent, Somerset, Ky. General Offices, 8t Paul nullJing, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1 will delirsr to rrg 'ir customers In SUnlord and tu uilty eurv morning at . tuelealtog lamilles will 88 p m 2 45 p tu 25 p m J SO pin 3 J5 a in 8 no a m 10 00 p ui 5 IO p in r, am 21am Maiu am TMpin 'l'Jopin 8 02 pm 11 41 p in 811 pin g 'J p to 8 10pm 05 ji in 10 52 p m .... 58 p ID 12 33 a in 10 p in 12 S3 a in 2 27 a in 5 50 a ui 825 ami 5 10 p tu 9 52 u ra ... li 3U a in so a in 10 25 7 27 3 20 p in 7 OT 2 61 p in C27 , .N'icliulJiritle .Lllarrodsburit Junction.. 2 i8p ui t5 47 2 06 p in f 5 82 .' Danrllle .....lutKlInn Clif ....I 1 .15 pin 5 20 .... .! 12 49 pm .! Klns Mountain 1 1 55 a Somerset m .' S 10 a m ...OakdIe .' 5 00 a in . CtnttmooAa .1 10 35 p in tiirmlngliiii tigtm (HI piu S 17 pm 6 41 a in . in 4 25 a in . m 1 05 a in ra f339a in1., in m 2 86 a in ., a lu 2 45am . am a a a a .. l'i'Oa'rnV lOOOlim . 7 10 p m . 10 15a ml. 6 20 a m . 3 15a m . 8 00 . . ..! ...Meri.ll in Sew Orleans Ku'iw 7 4 'J CO pm 30 p m 00 a in m pin .. ICE! ICE! ICE! One Cent Per Pound. when customer 2.0 Accounts dj t the . Iom" Kni, g The Presbytery examined and accepted Mr. A. W. Crawford as a minister of the e gospel and he accepted the call to and Bethel churches. For tbe use of their church the body adopted resolutions of thanks to the Methodist congregation. The co operative meeting of the Christian churches in Lincoln county will be held with the church at Crab Orchard, Saturday, May S. An excellent programme has been arranged. Dinner will be rerved on the ground. All the churches in the county are re ,ueeted to appoint delegates and send pledges for the county mission J. i work. Hy order of the committee. MontRomery, president. John Hell Gibfon, secretary. Gimp-bellsvill- tf .its of c h month It E AND III II now. Livery, Training, FURNITURE STORE! Feed, 9IAK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. or isr3isw- - SALE STABLE ! Havlnz rtntcd the stable on Depot street. I am prepared to train and break horse on reasonable terms. louniT lounaar irtue eoiicueu. :03-6u- i. J (HIS 11. CAIU'ESTEII, Ky titanfoid. J.NO. R 3. MlaTIN. it, rEKKINS, EaoouctD, Kr., May, ltS7. Albright A Mirtin beg to Inform their many menus and customers ot he change In tirni name to 3I.4IITIN' tV PKHKINS. LAND. STOCK AND CROP thoroughbred Alderney cow and heifer calf. H. E. Harrow, Stac- lord. 11. J. Laughlin.of Kcolt county, sold to J. L. Cogar, of Midway, ,000 buehels of wheat at 77 cents. The 10,000 acres of coal and lumber land in Harlau advertised in this paper will be sold next Thursday. Three carp aggregating 50 pounds in weight were taken from a pond near Georgetown, where tbey we:e placed about four years ago. At the recent great combination Jersey sale in New York, 250 animals were sold which made an averago of $125.55. Ossley Krans sold yesterday to Allen Smith & Co., of Knoxville, 4,000 bushels of Advocate wheat at 7S cents per bushel. J. "V. 1'oore sold to Brown & Weihl, of Cincinnati, bO head of cattle at 41 cents. They averaged 1,105 pounds.-Jessam- ine Fon Sale Tho new firm hopes, not only to sustain tho reputation of theold, but Intends to make many liu- proTements mine inanuuciure oi touacco wnirn wllllie to the Interest ol our customers. We will deTote special attention to our Natural Lcafbrands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past favors and asking lor a continuation of your trade, we remain, ltepcntully your", 214 Cm A MAitTIM C- I'EItKIXS. II! AIDE'S SmiNoit Opens - WEMi! June 1st, 1SS7, Will alwajH Iiiiyo on hunt! a large and select line of FurniUiHlertalccr'M (Jontln. My prlceH will he tin loir an hucIi KooiIh can be bought in lite cities. One me a trial and you will be convinced f hat I Hell lower tlian the louesi. ture anil boiiso. Horses will be well cued for and fed at ?3 per week, per meal 35 cents. Satisfaction guaranteed or nocbarges made. further Information June per wick ;July TCKMSOPBOAltnand August per week $(l, Children under Vi years o'd and Seriaiits Jnlf price, Transient rates per day SI, per meal IO cents. HMel accemmoda-tlon- s lor tout 60 guests Cottages will be rented any time from now until 1st day of July to ono family only at $2.50 pr week. After the 1st day special rates will ol July li 50 will bs charged, be given two families doslrtn; to occupy the same WEAREN & MENEFEE IMHBMMlRi .1. Ia. Sl'UO.XAJIOICE, Stanford, Ky. IWr. We bare tried tho prices to suit all and we want everybody to coma to Halo's Well this season and le convinced that this is the best and cbeapeat watering plsce In tb State ot Kentucky, A golden oprrlunlty Is ottered you In board for the month of June and Irti.i now until the 1st day of July In uttage rent, so how is your time to V.'t-- ll A. L. ti. (om. Journal. It is reported that THE WEEKLY L Mill er. Sf long-haire- d $12,000 was oflered and refused for the Derby winner, Montrose George Hanking, ot Chicago, bought the colt Jacobin for $7,500. -- B.G.Gover bought of Will L. Dawson a 3 year old bay geldiug for $150. He also bought another gelding G years old from James King for J Kirksville has already fixed her Fair dates for July 22d and 23J. C. C. Chrlsman has been elected president, J. P. Embry one and J. B. Walker of the secretary. The famous milk cow Electa, of Pennsylvania, for which $10,000 was refused a few year ago. has bien nold to a butcher for $W), having been ruined by overfeeding. S. H. Baughman's Santallne won another race at Louisville Saturday over a in 51 Jj distance J of a field of mile; purse $400. The Kentucky Oiks fillies was won by Florimore for in 2.40J.1 i miles. Goyernor McCreary'a mare that he rode during the last year of the war is still living and a right good mare yet, looking about as well as she ever did. "I am goiog to take good care of her while ehe lives and give her a decent burial when she dies," said the governor. IReguter. Tom Robinson has a very promising filly by Black's Hambletonlan out of a mare by Garret Chief. He calls her Mary Carrack, after an old sweetheart, and thinks so much of her that he refused a bona fide ofler Saturday of $750. She shows remarkable speed though she has been handled but little. 1-0. ts liar-risbur- g, OIILI COMMERCIAL u One Year, 75c. Dealer in Pine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, fRoad Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, 6 Months, 40c. Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete than J ever; beBEgl iHD CHEAPEST l$l fore, from the cheapest to the best. All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to Published. suit the times. We can sell you as good (.vehicles. as HAYS, Editor. any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. WILL S. Sash-Blind- s, , up to dato of publication OontalnB tho nowa of tho world ; Road-ln- p; Come and see our line assortment before Matter intorostlnfr. and Instructive to every homo ; contributions to Music, Song, Art, o Solonco, Agriculture and and Com-morc- J. IS.GHEEN. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. Ky. ARt., it is'broken. HtiMtonvllle, Reliable Market Reports. Wall Paper, SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE! Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Fulland Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as tbe lowest. Hake Your Homes Happy. Samplo Copies and Premium List mailed froo to any addross. Agonts wanted everywhere. Addross ipuisuille Qommergal, Louisville, Ky. B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. afiawa t"T & im I VARIED AND INTERESTING. rf i i U H It is n surprising fnct that tlioro aro townn west ol tho Missouri river of loss than twonty thousand inhabitants in which THE COMIIINKU STALLION, roal cstato la dally fetching a higher llguro than in somo Knstcrn cities. tfROYAL MW1J ,x$ i W A sisauLvn custom of tho gentlemen of Mexico is to embrace, and often kiss each othor when they meet. It Is rathor n ntrnngo sight to seo two swarthy and ludivUunls indulging in a benr-lik- o This fine, combine stablou will mike tlia season of 1947 at my stable near, rlhalby City, In n hug. county, on the Shelby City , A Knoi I ck The "staff of life" of the French army Is Turnplkoroad, at a compound of broad, mont and vogotablcs. It is condonsod Into n compact form and Is $15 the Season, or $20 toj Insure. viuily carried. At short notice It can bo convorted Into n soup or n stow and is DKJcatrtloN and I'EDlnaKX Second Jewel i said to bo nutritious and palatable. a blooil bay, with black mane and tall, 15 hands , A MJintcn of socloty young ladles in Inches high, with line stylo and ai lion, Ho Is ' years old this spring, was sired by l,owls Cunning-ham'- s Now Yorlc havo formed what is tormed a Jewel, he by I he famous old Washington Is-izswalking club. It binds its mombcrs to livo Denmark. Klrst dam, Minnie, by MLUonald'a Yi -inilea n day In lino weather and two miles dusted with dry hydraulic, cement, fhls Halcorn, second dam by Wells' Ciusader, third An Enterprising, Reliable House. o hardens nnd makes n tough, elastlo coatJn foul. It has n regulation pace and dam by a son of Dary Crockett; fourth dam a g Penny A MeAllstsr can alwsys bo relied upon and fixed duys for its grand meets. ing, which will not tako firo Trom sparks saddle mare, pedlgreo unknown. Mr, H. C. Tarrln's Old Minnie, dam of Second Jewel, not only to carry In stock the bjst of ererytlilni; Tho corset Is tabooed and high heels aro and hardly trom llnme. was a premium animal from a cult up In an aged considered out ot the questiin by this To cvke a cow or milking hard, tako n but tosecuro tho Agency for such articles as hare mare, Second Jewel has been shown 31 times and vmtmanmBmmmmMmmmmmmxmaM (72 Rfl H n merit, and aro popular with the peoorganization. largo lien's quill nnd Insert Into tho teat worn the slick tic 31 ted only three mIicm.1 1 to umnI a tcvt montlis Kforc condccmcnt. times. ple, thereby sustaining the reputation ofbelng alWhat is thought to bo the largest chim- when filled with milk, being careful not to . ii.! 1kx)U To M..TiiEii," mi' -l frv fr x ll iU) stand at tho nine atal le, tlie injure the Inside of the tent. If tho nbovo ways enterprising and ercr reliable. Ilarlng se ney In tho United Stntoa was constructed ft Itiunrirni 1lr.,iiATjii I i t.si VI, da. yu'ingja k at the Charlostown Navy Yard in 1S37. It fails, tie a string so as to form n bulgo nt cured the Agency for tho celebrated Dr. King's feet tailor I tho low er end or the short q Jill, so ns to Now DiscoTery for Consumption, will sell it on n is 217 feet in height, twenty-si- x prevent it rrom going further Into tho tent, positive guarantee. It will surely euro any and than tho Hunker Hill monument. It is twenty-W 1 tu anda ltiMtirV.it I. tvv Colt. He n " six fectsnuaro nt tho base and thirteen nnd leuve It In over nlgltC Two or thrco erery atlfctlon ol tho Throat, l.uns and Cheit, I Indies liUli. He blaik. Thlst powder narrrTarles. A maryel ol purity, CaldwellII s Young3 black Hawk, he bywas urcl l Velocipede, tho top iui.1 is capped with four granite trials will suffice. it and to show our confidence, we inrltt you to call strength and wholesonienew. Moro ct)nouilci stonos weighing eight tons. Thero were I Tur suiting and curing of hams occasions nd get a Trial Pottle Free. (I) than the ordinary klndt, and can not bo sold he b lloherUon s Saiupson, be by Imp. MamOut) bricks used In building and the coiupetlton with the multitude of low test .short moth I Ills dam was by Htlgall's Murk Hawk, 1,000, but littlo trouble to most any farmer. (Miles Maxwell and was weight alum or phosphate powders. Koldonly la secon dam I waa ralsrd by duo wbeii The Pliotographpr, .iggrega'e weight or the structure is 8,0OJ When, however, the hams nro kept nny Money the c 'It it an liuirti JJck cans, llovaLDAKisu PoiTOKa t'e. tons. foaled or mure partul with. Men retained on 1. great length of time, tho greatest caro will 106 Wall Street. New York cults Mil season barges are paid. Tnc law relating to tho civil rights of have to bo exercised to prevont tho Inl'as tnr.ige will be fumlihed at reaaonable rates, When Itaby waa sick, wo jare her Caitnrti, women in Franco provides that tlioy may roads of "bacon bugs." An cxcollout pre- - - - JtTv. l'artilig with uialts lorfrlls the Insiiianre si;, carry on business ns merchants and there ventive is to placo tho hams in a barrel When she w. a Child, she cried fur CantorU, f. T..S.I.MS City, K Mielby ro numerous cases in which women are at nnd pack with powdered lime. This will When she became Min, she elon; to CaiturU, hOMKUSr.T, KT., tho heads of commercial houses. Tho law keep out mold, rust or maggots. When she hail Children, she ?ire them Clitoris, ilso permits them to dons thej ho with A c uteri, l farmer In writing nbout scab ii. it. imixKiaEY, - i'i:oiMtu:io. Ma do to Ordor. their personal property. Tins, however, in potatoes says: "Two years ago, whon ho oxtent of their liberties They can not harqesting my potatoes, I discovered tho Is ailed This Hotel is new In erery respect and .ict as witnesses in civil suit, attest n old v.nes, as I drow them out, literally up In excellent style. The utile shall always be Isbr Irl'in (rt tn 2 Wllat.i by Mrmhrina thief, at- lurth or death nor take part .:t family alive- with lying nnts. At that stage of supplied with the dellcaiiei .! the season and tho by Mttil.rlno rarmsMer.dam thedam d rooms clean andeomrortable. Uttesll.M) per day. 'I .10. Ilia suna aired '11 and hla daughters are the ounciK growth they resembled small, whito bugs. dams of IS In the 2 3o list. A STonv isreluted in n Weston paper of To all I would say, dig your potatoes beKrl iwn Is half brother to I'.rlc, teeor I (:?', at a four year old and told tu Hubert Msuner at W... iaie the .eaton of tho man not- - In which a young man't pros-i)uc- o fore the vines nre fairly dead; thon you TRUSTEE'S SALE at my a'aii'e. un that agetorZlO.rxiO. txadlng trom lanliKd Ut Crab (i.tttarJ of mind saved him trom tlie,i'lutchc5 have clear, smooth tube rs, generally quito 1st dam br Jkluf, by old I'llot, alrool l'llot, Jr., mile Imhh ttie latter plain. or oT a huge bear. Ho climbed a tree up free from ea!." I am uow prep.ireJ to tat-- - url f.r a'l kinds ol Kelg urn was bruiignt fruu Ohio at Kin J Sj list ) i'tiotalrvt Iheilaiuaef Jay lye which the boar pursued liliu and was tin plants su I is now i,. He Is In the matter of feeding sheep an agri eesary. and will Iisvmare i m rea.lr it a'iT lirpe CO.VIi Is.lMIS I rce,2 10:MadK l '!"J, Nutwoo.1 i lauy ant 71 X.twin a Ikmoiiio My plsuts and aie VALV.llIIaE lti&rn dapple gray, hary wane ', In the'i.JO llt Membiiiio Chief sired gaining on him when an idea strode him. cultural pnpor says: rd gw at; "Field peas aro warranted to ie the t t juie Wuodloid Mnulrleo 2 21", rlrlgo!! usd action, ami liss iroenaifl tail, of ol breederIk I IiSeizing his hat from his head, ho sot it on specially well adup'tdo for feeding sheep blmflfa g IN HAItLAW COUNT V. O. J .V;il I.AMi. 2:!i, risk's Mambrlno Chief 2.IU.S. ,u7 Heory ereralul hla cells harlng Ivihi krpt for slalliun. fire with somo matches he happened to as wool is a nitrogenous product and the .. Mrmbrlno ritar 1 2,S. Meaibrino I'llot William James, julre A. K. McKlonry, wh. tan'ord Br rlrtue of a deed of trust executed t me 1 have, and dashed It Into the bear's face pcu is conducive to its growth. When hare hla are referred to. as trustee by the (iou'ard Coal Oil and Mlnlog 2 2T, North blar2.1(;S' high, asuibl black, lii hrbsson, who quickly beat n retreat and left liim the crop is cut while green, and as the Thefack, Mogul, la V old. blsk, wti ('ompanr, liearing date the 1st day ot June, 11, and weighs Jr., islbs. Hals a hurse haudi recom 1.200 that wk li uow, wasa're-- l by a ;aia Madlaon lark. I don I will sell, on master of the situation. peas nro beginning to pod, it is very nutri-tlou- mends himself eren If he had imi idl.rre. 11 t know the auxi, but know he Is gu,d mule lack i h Among the most valuable specimens in pussiwslng and is rich m albumen. It should be llladsm LO.MJOK.KY. TIIIlIlSUtY, MAY 1UT1I, ISS7 oneof the the bbxxl that lis dors shoukl make "r. irexder. waa Blaik Hawk, h. . ,,ulcl ail a iwl grainiest stallions In Kentucky the possession of egg collectors are thoe cure! n- carefully ns clover and fed the rice let will be Hla k Hawk Is a slil bis. k, I yra s uld, II , ' F.B. RILEV, Proprietor. of the auk, a bird said to be now r.early ex same as hav At 12 o'clock v , ft cash, 10 per cent to be paid hands high, will sbow irrrn colls this apt! g, a few at time of sale and the balance within thirty oaya tinct. Forty years ago, says an historical v for A wim'K.ast spring are rrrr fine uiuli. purposes Is Tlitiroilttlil; Ileal tato r.xchai'ge, Knitttnlcd nml Itrfur-iiNlir- il therraflfT, at the Norlolk Norfolk, I Virginia, to the $1.1 TO IVSUKE A 3i.vki: ix ro.vi.. paper, only about thirty auk- - a.id forty thus made For one barrel or wash, tako Tl.e borw will aland at No. i; Itiroiislioiit. I'lrst-clrtH- t fnrc highestCommerceat strel auction, all that certain Tartlng with or tuorlng mire out of lb n? ib ggs were recordoJ as bolonir.n.: to public hair a bushel of whlto lime, threo pecks public bidder $10 lo liiMiircn Toll 10 diij h old md prlvntj I'olloetlons. At u.ie time rifty hydraulic cement, ten pounds umber, ten nml ronimintilo prlcoo. Irny nml iilulit ritACTOI LAND conrejnl hy the said deed, irhivl readers motley due. (tiliisiirc iiit'l by wilili I'orlcr of I la In situated In Harlan county, In the Main of Ken dollars were pild for two atikt and two pounds ochre, one pound Venetian red, Wlll.lso sued h fJS t I hhi, c (oltx I months Poor Ko k of the Cumbetland Hirer, . tucly.onlhe oggs; a littlo Ijuv half that um for one pound lampblack. Slake tho lime, popular Ilonsi-el Mare traded with or luorid oil makes money latitude 37 degrees, longitude st degrees, and I ie the islta and not very lou.; s neo we read that cut the lampblack with vmognr; mix, well ijgj aund good twUe monlln Iwr aec houndrJ aud dncrlhed In said deed as beginning 31 Y FIXE JACK, illt'EMlOY, ia- ttve hundrel dollars wito given for one together, add the cement nnd fill the ! at three (maple, black oak, and chestnut) trrrs i.. it. ev.i itxrit. standing on a spur on the north aide of the big At titOon the same conditions as aUire. lis has '4' -- Sj, "gg. These eggs are found only on dizzy bnrrel with waer. Let it stand twelve lt'aik Mountain, running thence north 1,240 poles prorrn hlmellto be a superior breeder, bar.ng among tho clltTs and crags of the hours before using, and stir frequently heights to a stake, thence north t0 diy , east 1,011 pole to j'ro.lun--1 someol lh Ust mules In this and adrctic seas, and are only obtained with while putting it on. astake.soutn l,M0 polea toa slake, thenre south joining counties ami Is also a good Jrnoet Jack. oOdrg . west l,c.'l poles to two sugar trees, thence He Is 15' j hands high, nearlr black, wltn auealy groat peril. A rr.OMi.NENT agriculturist claims that north Z30 poles to the place of beginning, contain-te- n putols anJ general make up 1st c su. AN eminent authority say that a good W. make the reeut season at mr itsl.l the softening and moistening of foods by thousand acres of land, and lxllere.1 to t full K.N. ron'Etii., iaugh lengthens n mail's life by conveying heat and water is ot no aid to digestion of coal ol the most raluiblequallly. and easily ac o.i Uio 'lanlord and Huston fiom Hustonrille, on r He T .rnplke x distinct and additional stimulus .'. .litisTurnpike load, L'nculn the lluitn OHX S. TUCH Kit, ceIMe to inlulug to tho Ho further say..: "Many farmors think J cauuly,Ky Truaiee, .V Liierly vital forces." If a person en the verge of thoy can not feed shorts, tor example, dry, Sll-t- . Ulgb llroa. A Phelps Auctioneers. d. At$10fo IiiHiiruu 1,1. Iiik Coll. a paroxysm or Insanity can be tnado to but must eithor wet or cook them 1 would He Is years old. I hands high, a beautiful nu '..iugh heartily, the paroxysm will bo postadviso all such to try ror n week or two hjgoi y bay, with Hue mane and tall and a perln' poned. A lit of anger is dispelled by feeding them dry, mixed or not with other natural ' mll and aHubble'a saddle horso. as do Time aughtcr. Intense and morbid religioushlaulard I nder ItuU A.T'.lt ,V lied, giving plenty of water to dr.nk in n Hired by Denmaik, known ' will stand ness yields to an Innocent, separato trough, or both In the same trough irsldaiii, Mollle Mounts, by Cabb'e s Islington second dam by Young Araerlcs he Wy Taylor s joke. A person in the depths of sor- as that in wblcii the feed was given." MeMeiiger third dam by Miller's Denwark which My fin stallion, Welch, wilt make the season of DcTin5:Ai5Aisn row, beguiled Into gentle laughter, will Amoxo tho most annoy ng things about 133 t res him a double cross of the saddle sto. t at my plae, known as the John IJoyd tlnd his anguish mitigated for tho tlmt a farm are "blind" stumps. Tho mower from Shelby City and "ono, luurmuam by Joliu Blunl, one.' Thurmsn farm, miles fr a being. Smiles arq like sunshine, they make may ovorrido them, but the cultivator or aster, on tho SUn(jrl pus a. t .e .est rac horns of hlsday. f.fih dam by Waxy between tbn Man lord A Oinrlllo and Uanrlile T A Husioarlllo Turnptkit at life possible. plow are liable to jam Into them when least W also stand at the same place my hoe Ja TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON A BEMEr long entertained by individuals expected. Tho best methods ot removing $10 TO IN8URE A LIVING COLT of a bilious nature is to the eject that these is to U30 tho mattock on small cues, Willi prlrllege of return In ISsS or 5 w iniuta.' chocolate tends to biliousness, but it is oae and on largo ones, removo tho surrounding Money due when colt Is foalol or mire parted with. 3t the popular fallacies which one by one sou, boro holes with a downward slant nnd i Arthur .Sims Isbr ((en. Knoi. 140, he br Ser- .1 9 to to fiiNist-olt. M..-edue at weaning time or l.irhtu r mon! Hero. Ai Ills dsra was Iady Arthur, y wnn msr is partel Wel.n Is Ifi hands high and was sired u sinking Into oblivion, and chocolate Is fill with korosene nud burn. Powder Is William Welch, dam (jay, by Frank Woltord, lUmri-oChief, by Mambrlno Chief, by Maral rtuo wtita. He I. a iruwiijail. wittj white pjinis, be coming daily more of a beverage in this useless and dynamite too dangerous, but dambyJo l'aymsiler, Ae. Arthur alius Is a bay, IS', asndi. rearsoid In June, fun I hands high He was a, r sire of Cookoo, record 2. W, uii try than it over was before Many the kerosene method is harmless and ettlca-cloutoner, M dam by a Uray 1'Jgle horse. He has smail bbte, right hind loot white, foaled is IHi ed by Alslu King William and be by King Philsereralcolts that are of fine, good site and style He is a handsomely finished cult and breil to stay lip oral ,1 a a Black satin Jennet, ahels sired If .vho desire a warm, nourishing drink durKing I'htlllp, s tond dam by Morecailleand he b He brwds large and Is a sure foal (Piter, and Is He has been handlvl a little and promises well wa-- fef ing the mlddlo or at the closo of the day The result ot tho qulto common process This jack has prore.1 hlmsdl to b t of kind disposition. A Isdr can drlre him In He combines the slrslns of the handsome Bis. k .'im l'ortee rS. .1 can iiud nothing more dollcious than a of butter-workin- g safety He was nerer handled a day for spe-Hawk and stout Mambrlno Chief families, ant is a a ne brevier ..rrsl of his ivlts last season v Is tho injury of tho grain cup of chocolate. Coffee or tho spoiling or tho butter through tho but shows good trotting action, desirable stock horse, and on hla aire's ill trant weaning lime bronchi one hundred do. lit.. twice to Imp. Messenger and twice on nti dam's J. K .VJ. It. h'.illtllH, tends to wakefulness as well as to nervousimperfect extraction of tho buttermilk. side. Mlanford, K ness, and although many dnnk it morning, Tho best methint is to ccaso churning us At the name place and on the same terms Mares kept In auy manner desired, at owaet s noon and night, few are able to stand It soon as tho butter masses as largo ns n pea, I will alo stand my Jack, W1M.UM ULK, at risk T.A.KI.KIX.Xy black, U hands high and Ijimaater to that extent for any length of time. and draw oft the buttermilk. Drench thor$H. Hela basjslred by Lyle's Imported Jsia, and out or a Chocolate Is most suitable to thoso who oughly with two or threo fresh waters and good Jennet. lieu. Knoi, 110, Standard Coder I'.ule i the slra h.ivo much brain-worto do, and it is es- place in a bowl, salting with ono ounco of Des.er In- GEO 11(1 Kit KSGLKJt.XS. i!i a lineatallloc will make the season ot lit u ol IrthurSlmi. was bred by Daniel Heustli. ilrilg-tor- t. pecially recommended to those v ho have tine salt to tho pound. Gently extract tho Vt .and wasfoaltdln I&.13. He waa by ermout iurfann.3 tulles from atapford on the elan weak stomachs, as it is very easily di- excess or wator and set asido for twenty-Tou- r Groceries-- , Hero, lll.lstdambyUvarcher, son of Barney HenHardware, GlassTHE KANt V SAIlDLK STALLION, gested. ry, 2nd Huusdtn , Mare by Hill's Hlr Charles, ton ot fori and Danrllle pike hours to drain, nrtor which, work public trial at 16 years o'.J Durcc. llord2-1lTo coNSTiivcT a railway of Uve hundred evenly aud pack AT $15 TO IXNl'ICK 2.21. ware, Queensware, Etc, COLT. miles, about 1,5S0,000 ties aro required. Pumpkins are sometimes grown profitawith records in Among the ! ! 2 SOor letter, get of Oen. Knox ljidy Maud 2 IS', are the following' DMCBIITION AND I'KUK.IIKK -- Vermon They are placed, on tho average, about two bly as a special crop and are better thus VtnArsdale BullJitj, Camara 2.1?', Independence 2 2IH, (Illicit Knox Uambetoulau Ir a black horse, foaled In 1J, feet apart, and though the ttbove ngure grown Um as a catch crop with corn. Tho VMor teen haoda high, two white fet behind aired alt. 3.2C,; Emperor Knox 2.27',; Knox J'."." br . Mpciirs large, by summing up the number land is laid out in cross rows, seven feet ST.. Harrr William Wei. h. by ItyaUykM Hambletonian. 1st IHT't a rich mahogony bay 2 23; Knox lloy 2.2S1,, 1'e.c.ful Is foaldedMarl, for ono mile It will be found that over npart, and throe seod3 aro sown ut each Mossenger Knox 2 30 His sons, Col. Kits dam KalleOr1inrs.br (Mil's .rmnm. in.t .1... 15! a hsnds high, heary mane aud tale, la strictly lllir worth. Coupon, Cromwell, Kclalre, l.mperor Will-la- ....v. m . n I. ii. i.... v i..i... .117 ";wmil. lOrk. 3,000 ties aro required. d Tho cheapest fine and fancy, Is both a natural and pleasant sa A shovelful of manure should ". uj.ic.ua - auiai.uuv cro.sslng. lien. Knox. Jr, Ueu. Llgbtloot, Ollbretb a'i re Urd dam Utile by Wagner by are rebreeds fancy, and a more uniform breeder of ties in use in this country are of cot- be put .u each hill and a largo handful of Prompt paying1 customer Morris, by Sir Archr, llhdam Hmlfy He Is bigb-tastyle Knox, Jules Jurgensen, Knox Boy, saddlers can not be found ton wood, tho price of each be.nif about lun manure and ashes scattered nround Sheridan, ti Klmo, Whalilmne Knox, sol Imp. Urlathan.Sthdam by I'ackolet, Clh dam br l'hll. spectfully invited to come to on both sides to the third generation, is backed fifty cents, which huvo to be renewed the young piaitts as soon ns they come up. on botn aides, making him Wood lord Knox hare aired the following with (liwBdr rer Tib Jam by Maryland upby thorough-bred- s itu records see us enrly and often. about once In two years, Th :s it will bo The irop is lU'ttvated precisely us squashes Terr actlre and sprightly In gait. In form and 2.22' , of 2 SOor belter Iron Age2.1V1',. Capitols dainty Hannibal tuam by Milky by Bowel. - ,. lu Bruee'stjiud llokol l.pjgol'l ) Irank K. '.'Ju',, Nellie Wallon lit'., hmlly.SiN-efinish a perfect model, ifa was sired by the noble scon that the price for ties 'ice .n two arc an! yields usually twenty to thirty erm nt Hambtetnulan laa doe big horse 2.2T, Kanny 41. 2.2'4; Wallsie 2 '."J1,, Denmark, Chsries It2'jtjump'er Denmark, he byfioddard'a wir years, at the lowest figure, oer five huntlnestyleandgo! tons of pumpkins, which ure quite equal to X2'4j Kitty Itbalr2 ii:--Maud MullerHeald 2 27', Morris ty William Wel.h,Iwne. and surelre,-.r- ! Tin: TiioitoiT;ifiint:i slre-'-t ho by Galnca A Cromwell's Denmark, h by the 2 , 30. Chub dred miles, averages about T'.O.Ou). To- turnips uud keep quite ns well in a cool dll'.reth John H. the aire of I'mire Imperla. race horse Denmark ho by Imported lled;eford 2 22 ., Jernulsh Maid I'j;1.,, Hhadnw 22S: Hamb'n Knni 2 I by tilr Wallace, :M, Bessie T csn irot In 2 10ogether with cost or rails, labor, etc., omo cellar or root house. HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL His 1st dam was sired he by .Sir Albert be hy .10 siirr. willam w.icn waa alreil br ttra-lr(thorough Cot.eland 2 jo. Black 11ms 2.30, Arthur 81r Wallace, i idea mny bo formed or tho great cost of ina, pacer, 2 r.lt, Hoi esty, pacer, w 22' , a 211.! Foit hay .t is best to sow tho oats as early iImiii by Vrglnlus (dam ol Virginlus bred) second Istdamth dai-construction of n read, without considerot l'rlnce. i i,, and by Imp. Trusts'. vn ..i be by the celebrated br lranby, thorougn-breil- i as possible and to uso three bushels of seed aim: lotto) and s.ro of twrtit) mile, trotter. Trus- ing the purchase, of land, oroctlon of to tho jciv. Tho crop Is cut when tho jinons wnip. 3 uam a wiup miro t 2 dam by a son of Mambrlno, by Imp Mr,v! . head Will make tbn season at my bridges, tho excuvution or tunnels, tho first shows tho blossom, This floe Hull will s'and the teaons n iw ruu miles from Hustoiirille, of 1SS7 Carpenter'sfirm, 31,' 'larr. Ne'iHonibilcgagraridaonol nnd Is best cut mencp-the great building of depots, cars, engines, freight nt my liable u the iselfi Piln hi aud will be permitted to near marcs ut station, lyk s llainbletonUii. Hie grande.l sire llrln.;. UT. with a reaper and cured on tho ground nnd Half mile from Blaufunl Court Houao at S3 'th- serrc MESSENGER BREEZE li.uses, etc. tdlls ermont comMn d, backed by innrouV. then bound In shoavos. It Is then most iiason, wh I lie pri I lege ol urwdin the cow un rel. will make n flm stoca born. Itrtklrk lln. or the easily Iruidlod. .ind Is readily cut up In n til the ww prorei tu can. Money due when cow 910 the Ncuxoii or $112.50 lo In. li referring to tho pies ....VH.H... .., .r...,.n..( ...u ui .iiamnrino ilam I.t Is first served. dojd a medical journal says tlmt, Kdward focder mi rtnre a Living Colt. luir. liell uiinJir, iJasn by Hliuopa llainbletou . a:.d fed with meal or bran or Ku.l brother to Maul Mesietiger 2 ti',, by MesMainulaof Adeline's sire, tier rt. his sire Im Marts committed to , .1 dam by Imp. Moseiiger. I , who di d in 1307, wis lit u fi.r' state of both. The hay, however, is fur better and iny care and breeding will ported Ak)I1o auu Dam Imported djutneru i(au-t(.ill's Veniiout by Downlng's Vermont, rlre .,: senger Chief, sire ol Maud Messenger, J.ir.',. flji personal attention drasa luruisbfd at preservation nearly live linndrel years larger in yield if peas are sown with the thedsmor l.ulgma 2 lo lat dam br . ratci, to be paid I Marquis of Adllene's dam, Adeilno, hei sire reasonable No resK)inibillty for before the remora-o- f j iter. Tho Hash or the bod, M.irrcl i u wasted oats; two (Barkley'al.on ol Columbus, aire ol (i,mi., of each being sown. Tho fur accidents or maies. laoicwliat, hut not decayed. The body or octs hold up tho peas and mako tho crop Imported Uncle Tom Uam lmorUd lidy Klsb-e- r. j eauii tjMiii tir n i)l lh ilai.i. mares for falls tbo Insurance. ii l'artlng with 1st dam (ientle llreeie, sire of Curl 2 30, ilv Nel le Wiay .2l;M For particular! as tu pedigree see 11 in by Maliblesa. 'Janute, who died In 1017, was f.mnd fresh ousy to out live tons of tho best kind of V. II. D. further Umax J. STEELE CARPENTER. of tho dam ot Maud Messenger a:lrt', anlilVsl Me- .Jam ..f (Boy 2 23.2 .11. da(.ill's Vermont Is sire. th n 17iH In l.VMl three Komaa soldiers, in cured fod!-rcry fine young Hull from a celebratmay thus bo grown to the Tblslsa liontiee Illick Maria 2,K UiV'o' ed lamtly ol milkers Including the cow Echo, the dium i i'j. 2 ;, and lgan 2.10W, atao alro of me nama tIiodres of their country, fully equipped acre. ni greatest of litr day; her owuer hiring refused f,-OO(Jamiwtta v like. 1.! Hie Klngltyji,. with arms, were dug out of a pent ina-- s ! I Bertie la J . 3 2nd dam Kitty lllrcra. tbo ilatii Fun'Y is a serious dlsordor which nffects for her. Outlaw i 21',, larl 2 30. Ij.lf'barls i jV Aberdeen. They wer. qu.te fresh the bloo! aud appears in sniull watery T'ar cattle hare taken the The Ilolsteln-rrelslarecordofS mlniilea, .yrar-orwotl iietrica2 3l- bady I'atchen 2,'bi' .j K'.' ml plump lifter a lupse of about fifteen puuules on ttio skin. Hut tho appearance lead as the beat for the family and a cross with lucky (.entleiiian 2 and sirs ol the .emn.i the Shorthorn products a very tine animal. I 2.JT by Alexander's Ahdillah, aire of GoMiuitta hundred years. In 1717 tho bodies ot Lady of these pustulos is not concluslvo ns to JaraolI'hllThouipsoriil.lOS,. begotten by this will Kyivlyk'a Hamuielonlan, by A Wallah, sire of s Kilsyth nnd her infant were embalmed. farcy, as thoy may bo produced by over Hull buy all the uialn calves at weanln; time. at gojd prlcis dtlvered Bar ritalllon foaldol U lS). IG hands high, is Mild. K,""l "i"e by Imp ,,,.UMU "T '' ' In 17i- - thoy were found as perfect as in use of corn or sudden checks to tho .7 by Messenger Chief, 1st dam by Vermont. Jr., 2 II'. Ml. JflL.rjF.lt . 3rd dam by I'.ed Jackit, sire of the dim ui Bolllounder; 2nd dum One Kre, by lliahon law... tho hour thoy wera embalired. Every la.nnl.n Qr.l uam umri ibii ... I in tanford, Ky. dam by Imp. Scythian, 3 dam by Uouner's Uray ,u .Id... .ll..i. I, Is probably tho causa in which vtvi.'au, ' wnger Eagle, 4 dam by (Jnstotl's Telegraph. Kentucky Wilkes. Hysdyk's Hambletonian Is the sire of Nettle fcaturo and limb wns full. The infant's this case Farv is npt to result in .H Ills sire Messenger Oilcf, 2 In 2 SO list, by Ab reatures wore as composed as If he had glanders aud fatal blood poisoning, and it Maud Mcaiengor, lull slstor tu Messenger Hreee, and i.'othors with records 01 2 SOor better- alson! dallah I'llot, dam by Mambrlno Messenger, 2 dam ' ,t5M5,Tilnltet!'n' J Joiners with rec .only been nslcjp for eighty year. His is well to bo particular In any caso in 3 dam by Imp, Napoleon; 4 had a record when I yeara of W.Vyv at 5 yciri 2.2 by Mambriuo Chief, or ords color was ns fresh and his nVsh as plump wh ch watery pustules nppeur and break dam by Tempest: Messenger Chief sired Maud Vermont (Downlng's) by Hill's Black Hawk Messenger 2,ltih; Marrel 2.28; (lus 2,23 and mauy at C years 2 ;20 and at 7 years old won the f - .0 jid full as in tho perfect glow ot health. and form stubborn sores, Tho romedy for jlrepl hihan Allen t.V. Vermonl (Dowulnirai others destined to win fame on tho turf. Us Ire of Ihedaina ol Knigma 2 Sfi, and also sire o 2 11o Willi's of Infancy nnd Innocence was on any disorder or the blood which affects tho Abdallah I'llot, by Alexandtr'a Abdallab; dam rursratClereland.Ohlo.ln Mambrlno Bruce, theatre of Bella Via. Ins lips. At a littlo distance it was d I a Blandina, by Mambrlno Chief; second dam skin is hyposulphite or soda In ono ounco theaauieyear. I SSI, Sept. fith, she beat the crack-UeKil-- f doses dam, 2.2IX.) by I'arker'a Brown I'llot. Abto distinguish whether Lady Hill s iilark Hawk, by hhenuan Morgan Dam given daily ror somo weeks. P.. H. BURNSIDE, Wilkes Phil Thompson a match race lorJ!V a fast trotting mare. Hill's Ilia k Hawk ' . Propr dallah Pilot aired lickard 2.18)4; Ited Jim 3 year-ol- d tho was alive or dead. The question is, th to a journul or agrireco'd 2.28; Mess mger Chief sired Maud Mes- 000, In '.'.If.,1, -2- .17 -2- .19. Mr. Crlt Darli will A FAUMsn tfhat preservative was used, and how ap- culture says:writing othor part or my farm XLW ft0 "?'.,.Eth senger 2.lfijf. "No aim ' plied. Krsdyk's Well Known Alexander' Abdallah, by Alexander's Hamble- tend her again this year through the grand cir- 9ftbedam.ofUlancho2.2J. Ueu Tweed 2.2"', pays so well as the twenty aero sugar-bus- h This Old fuuml rul Tuat fishes utter sounds has been known ot SO) trees, the annual product netHotel Maintains its tonian, dam Katie Darling. 2.11, Rosalind Abdal- cuit and says bo eipecti to lower her record to 2 IfllT" ? V' Dd ,l, ,neh. In the th rrnat lah Bind Uoldsmitb Maid 2.2I Black Hawk tamlr. that male and formany centuries, and some years ago it ting about titty cents each. Besides tho Thoradale 2.22; Major Ed.all 2.29; Hi. Kltnore or 2,12. Messenger Breexe Is as promising tai ia and female Hue I to of 2 30 or better repretenta- High 2.S0. II also sired Almout, Belmont, BeJsora, tires. rns taken advantngo of by u showman at syrup this ground furnishes considerable AND Hnelby Chief, together with the dams of Jerome was at the same age. Coluuibua(Barkloy'a), brOld Columbus, in England to deceive tho hheep pasturage, and is further valuable In a waterlng-placKddy 2.11 Katie Mlddleton 2 23, BUI Thunder Confidence 2 2. Dam, a Meesenger .Mar. .ire 0' enoral public. Tho owner of the talking tho annual growth of sniull timber. No Its Proprietor ii Determined thai 2.2o'j,etc. Messenger Urecza Is a beautiful red bay, IS hau Old Columbus. 2.4IK.conrerled pacer,' brought n Mossenger Chief, Jr . will make the present it Shall bo rieoond to no Country Inli had a portablo aquarium upon tho man m the United States can afford to cut welbkult, muscular and strong, from Canada, hire ol Confidence 2 2. at my placo Vt miles from Hustonrille on the high, Hotel in the State in its Fare, ltoaauon.12.30'., Ixttdi, uud In it several fishes, and when a down a good .sugar orchard or suffer It to oa"? BradfoidlTllleplku.rt of a speedy conformation and there does not exist lunibua2 3.iandalsoalraof Vho dam? n? O.. crowd would gatlior about the tank, he remain unused. Appointments, or AttenThe cost of first-clas- s n finer sprclmeu ot the wound nnnounco that tho fish would an- equipment for 1,00) trees will bo about tion to Comfort of 810 TO INSUHB A LIVING COLT on KeLtucky soil (ouo bu. Is the I 8.80 swer questions. Ho would then lift one of fifty cents per tree, or WOO, or nbout equal perfonuera, and h has t sire of their Quests trotting bred horse and coming as be docs from a or sired II 2 30 or better rKcloiiuers aon. th.i Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted Uio llslies out or tho water and allow the to ono year's income from tho orchard. u kSfJr,U" fa?ully,Cwhkb with. Mates will be pastured at 12 per month, producing family, Us sire, lilidamjand hla gran iectators to Uston to its grunt, explain- This includes a convenient house, best Uaggage will t ooareyed lo and from t kt bloo.! but I will not be responsible for accidents. what .ho ing that it could talk only when under evaporitor, and sood tin buckets with damalllielng pro.luceraof spcol, ho Is Juit tlis was to Kentucky. TIIOH. V. UOIIIXNoT free of chars. Hpsclal accommodation J.K.IIAVUII.HAS. to Commercial Trarslera. The Bar will water. The fish was then returned, and woodou covers. The work of tho bush reHiiatonrllle. kind ol a horse to make a lasting impr'nlon oa Blanfard. Ky always aapplied with tne choicest somo ono would ask a question, upon quires crent care, but there Is nothing that Hraads of Llqinra aad Cigars. My Btalllou, Ids prcgeny. which a fish would dart to tho surface, any mt Uigeut person can not soon learn Weccrd.altyrrconiaen.1 your (1 a. id . !.., i.m.i and a sort, low volco would be heard Cur.a In and 1 w'l " known lo ui Li (aaiK.Ta !?30 10 IXSL'ltE X MARK IX FOAL.' IiKB F. HUFifXIAlV. rl TO S Ilav an. I (,l,.i. tho question correctly Hut tho FOuara.l.aJ ,, J,l X Will make the present aeon at 31. N.UITII Hsliaje toll eoniM.r. rJ3IVTIe-ljocrotof this very remarkable fish was A Jt.Muyti. of science presents tho iinpos-slmtl'- y M, an.tln tv.rr ta It uavaincur.. H,ll7IJta.V'.S,'. mil. s from (uit.id. ou the Money due when the lact la ascertained, or tain 'tgltciiaatura,iira, ot the "xisteuce of a raco of beings tinally found out. A very small man win et plka at $IO to titstivit it lll'litu parti-- 1 with or bred to another borse. Will mike .Souier 3TANF0BD, KY. Wrd.olbyll,, Aleell A I.l.t, of slmiltir to K.irtb's, upon the planets Saturn concoalod In tho imitation rook-worcult, same conditions as alure. lie laaHnecom-blnidboretn:iCiiUlCi IU bands high ofgoid s stjln aud he sea tn ol IE87 on the latin of iivte ooutn aide Main Btrse , 'wo ioo IIjJijii. N, Y. the tuuk, who replied to the questions and .lup.W, m the fact thut, their masses Cincinnati,! and lias proren hlmmlf asubti lid bra v .u. Myers no..., through u tube that led to the surface, the beinif so much greater, th3 attraction ItOllKltT.Vi.l I IS7EK. Ohio. . ad u a;. whji II. It.llCIIJI.l.V MirdM. .j. a SolJl.jrrirwjtim, I la Va. "nij'il n iii" He their mown :uts as a. (U i4 opoiilng being conc" About I tulle lium :uatori. tliiaiourlllltr, Ky. .... M. 41,00, to reader lowatoUoa linvvssiuio. Kg? U.0 tljhjjj, richly-manured Buck ten' s Arnica Salvo In tlin torll lor Cuts. UruliM SorM,idt Uliouni, Kotci bum, Totter, Chapped CAnn.von lcqulros soil, cud tho earlier the first crop Is planted tho Ilinili, Chilblains, Corns nJ all Skin KruptlOnt, Tho early varieties can bo planted and poiltWeljr cure Piles, or no p.iy required, I, better. so closely as to mako twelve thousand la guaranteed to Ire perfect tatltfactlon, or monay refunded. Price. 25 cenU per box. For iala by plants to tho aero. Some cows seem to enjoy eating tho Ut- Pi'nnj A McAHiter. ter from tho horso stable. While this may Wonderful Cures. not injure tho cows It Is disngrecablo to W, 0. llojt A Co,, wholesale and retail thoso using their milk, thoroforo caro Home, O.i., say; ''We haro been selling should bo tukeu to cxcludo tho litter from Dr. Klog'i New Dlscorery, Electric Hitters and the cow yard. GnAssr.s for mixei, meadow nro given ns Uucklen's Arnica SaIyo for two yrais. Haio ner-e- r handled goods that sell as well, or giro inch follows. Twonty pounds of orchard grass, ten pounds tall oat grass, flvo pounds tim- unlrersal satisfaction. There bare been some othy, six pounds or rod clover nnd ten wonderlul cures effected by these medicine In this pounds of perennial ryo grass. This makes city. SeTeral cases of pronounced Constimptlcn bare been entirely cured by the use ol a low bota good mixture, for hay and pasture. A site covering for shlnglo roofs Is hot tles of Dr. King's New Dlsrorery, taken In connecgas tar mixed with lino lime, tion with Electric Hitters. We guarantee tlicm (1) npplted with a brush, nnd Immediately always. Sold by Penny A McAllster. FARMING INTELLIGENCE. The licit S1e 0 I witllS BSJsx SHfc SECOND JEWEL. 1 Un-coi- MOTHER 5 Drug-glita- ot pi cos-tum- i I 1 gig WlllllPure. Absolutely r t33 iim.MfMA tlmrs-defco- ..- fs BLACK HAWK. Ii II. IOX, hoi !.:. UniiviNc, Frnmos ERICSSOIM, JR., - -- 1Lk4XT$ BELGIUM. .i.viJAritH, T -- Deo-U'- lt lJ '.M6-t- d .TACKSOX II O USE, tlt, - one-fourt- 7h-jks- ,."y S1LVERKING mirth-provok-n- g WELOH. ARTHUR SIMS, 3VEA.DEJ1,E3S A.T '"" lt STEVE WALKER. r s. p?mmm 2L - d d HERS I DAVIS, Vermont Hambletonian. k Wallace Denmark ll MAIN STANFORD. ti, Spsox-er2.30- rail-ro.v- W --. Mr-- hi-rnl- '11-hunte- i's - 1 k si.iituriM of 1 j.ixe. w a- - y i. i. n MESSENGER CHIEF, JR ld ll !' tl, , ." -- 1 130-1- 1 - MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY, and Still Reputation, .17', lt (llosa-llnd'- ""J"' ..?. "nui.i".a 1 o 1 era-so- well-bre- ',H 'W b.. 1 JO ABDALLAH, rJUHOEON ox-orf- d rl tt .. !' - .imvmTtiirartinrwsursa