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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887052701 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. T Semi weeklo VOL. XVI. bstween.lJ iini! ' Si7 - IP " fy& vtyW xTV't NO. 232, i STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1887. GEORGE H: Ml VERNON. ROCKCASTLE C0UN1Y. IMtirnlnii to lil hotel one menlne, he I'll, lo ti yrsnil nuJience, wm 1YRKS, JA3. O GtVGNS, full o( interest nnd enihtioU'iii, nnd remind-- 1 to"1"1 """ Hie cervantn had slain nnd rfwept Notary Public. Djn't forget oar place. FL Thomp proJIirmin honp of the Hy onlorof the Lincoln reai cren son Int' tin of former (Uji.Ytr touchiDKly. County Court, I rltl 2t ell Will win ordain d hr IlUhnn Dudley at hpellw, lieforn mention!. "Yu mint ho For bargains in urocele, hardware, AXOXDAY. JUNE OTII, 1SS7, 1'tibtinhal Tticmtiiu atut I'rdlnw St I'.ml'i", Sunday morning, nnd prencriud polnc to (jive in btij jre fnr diutier clothing, iVc, call on C. W. Ping. 2'. 311 Fifth Street, -- AT 1i!h lirt hum mly niithor'zsd 'dlpcottrse" nl row," he Mid to the clerk 'I have heard -- Ii's about time for Mr, Carpenter to At tho Court 110111.1 In Htanlonl to ths highest a Kreat deal about 'bi'4 tilcMor, a lot ol intes, among tho nuinhor one on ' JOOTJI.S VILLK, ho ndditd, put A.SVNUM, CAHU. night, lie ha prenchtd many a belter ICY Si runner in the off file of his Chappiili flap Turnplko Ciaipwv fir J 500 suit "but I have nuret uanoiiilrd bxfjro with u sled. ihw one, In the iwrr (if the cplrlt, In the Itooun 3 an J 5, Cromte Bloclc Inle: "t, ILL. Miller J 00, It U. Unrulier Jl.iilP, (I9t-ly- ) rill Im ox fire year, of which the record In on ac, Lust mures Utock In Ctiapptls dip Turn- understood If we credit tht hih, ninny at a time" Which, I thought, w Bi'iness on tho wire has increisul lo jitlio (.oiupiny, tdtO In Cnufeu'crate money and a Peeled BlUl demanded. thmigh counting for little in the way of red I '"' "aJi 'f It wai on an unsavory wibject such an extent of late that it is thought an- pleoo ol ancient silver Coin. IjKV, J. II. Oll'Snumber. KVor 1 It tape mid canon tules and regulation. II A pleneant little joke, good enough fur other will In strung hefore fall. Of T C. IXl'.I. I am Jsllj opening sn elegant Jlnooi SprlDi W. 1. WALTONam glad, to pue etlence, lie ha gnne in a ifl'xr's Drawer, was told us of a litil anl - Superintendent Diwi.s and Road Mi euuiiucr Millinery, Include ail a regulai." The dear ll.Ahonit ordination cuiiu in Pinion, .tu'., win ooe uuy in nwr ter Ansley paafed up ihe rond on a t'lir The Latest Novelties of tho Season. wa.'very Iniprewive. If he nuul only or-- 1 father'" yrd, after long observing a calf ol inspection Tueeday on a hand car. LONDON. KY. daiu tnenaC'iritctlled me I would re chewing tu cid, suddenly aildreiwl tbe an AUo Notions, such as Iiaudkerculerj. Collar! F. L Thompson dpnies that he is run O. F .B. RILEY, Proprietor. follows i Ac ati,, uUlUl "uhtng. Corsets, Buntlw, ttc. You peie le'id me ning a whitewash husine'H against tho colto have him lay "holy handn" on my " lll niid meat the rooui lately vacated by 8mt .t Tlioroiiclily Itciiovnf oil anil ItcTnr-iiNIm-- iI .ej'"-2i- Wairtn, next dur to tho Myors Hue. head lo morrow. Hut 1 ail not clled to your ohewiti' was. I'll div it back adin ored population who wield the brush. QOD 18 LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE throughout. KlrsUi-lii1'iirc UA.TEltUltMH.lt.tEl. Swet, uusophielicittxl after awhile." the diaconatt; nor the pritathood; and there The centract for tearini; down nnd mill reasonable prlcci. Day unit nllit are the only "orderr." th Church of my childhood! Hiiy it repays study at every moving the old j ill building was let Montalusarc met ly iiolllc l'orlern of tills I11A.IHIi5 i'I'H ,s the ptet ! In Tupelo we tool: a rpsciil fancy to day to L'e Arnold, the lowest bidder, for Father recogn', at present, S07Cta. Iilulnr House. Rt.hi piio. I' only the Cnurc'i wou'd rtc lire. Oonr' next to the youuget, a dear 522.75 Kv , MT -- 3, 1S37. Oroiuii.tov.s, MT. VERNON, KY. arcenfelon little tot, juat begiunin: to prattle, and as Dr T. L Diniels left Wednesday for Ui.Alt Lstkiuok, We caino uwnv from ugn zj what CiirUt hai given in Dick uiiechievou a Cupid himself. One day a visit to his old home, n Thlso'd and g Graftou, W. Vs. E. Hotel Is ulll Tupelo the 10th tout, on the midnight triin Rlory, all would be wel'; and Tom, its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. he doing the tnMiiun, ever indulgent, said in the child's M. Dnny, of Level Green, passed onhorce-bac- k BOOT AND SHOE STORE. of the vety and Hatty would not On of the tt.AO. railiovl. Special attention to tho traveling public. nt Church' own work, in an irregular nml hearing, as an excuse for not punishing her yesterdny en his wy to Liurel countfew drawbaok in lUlni; t tlit tnot We makonipeclatty of tho manufacture of flno f wy. Bui if he when naughty, "I bslieve the poor thing U yBoot! and Shots and gnaranteo our work In every Horn putinily unatitlior I'd Ml. Vernou,Ky. tractiTe plate i the iuconT'nient workmr-aro rJrmdy rcpct. Two that's the reason she is fret of jul In tusking eorae changes about cur employed and others will be engaged If necessary. arrlral and depirturc, If you trav.l by the witl !,. lnund by rtl tape, the "I.OUD (jItc LOUIS SCIILEUEL, K1"' the Harveal" will have to kt ep on raiding ting." The next day she got into trouble; at different times roirinds Mr. II. C. Kepalrlng done neatly andat short notice us a call and we will irvo 1 on right. bet train. They all pm t Moudya nnd Whittles and JontKf- for upet a little tub full of water nnd ctme Grn'.ry of his prsndfither whom he says up JOIIXSOX, VESXtSOIOS A3 Ltutastu Sine!. midnight hour. lm the "work of the ministry aud for tho ediS wringing wet to her father: ''O, faJa, Teel was quit") notional and a griat mover, havWe had lotto! frutd to i Hf tvinin Iwily of Coril " Why don't to teepy; (Lucille i her name) Teel to ing moved three times in nno day lilCllMU.Mr, KEm'CKY. nnd lodg-e- d with tu; and Frank and Uilph, who mitu cation of the teepy " It was too cute for anything. hrlplnc or wne.'t they it thii? in the same houe he started from that Photographs in all styles and sizos. onarrital, tofpeedt, Will's ordination ctmeou George's birth morning. Will look well in a unlice. I think to the depot n wlili our manifold parcel Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and impie't-lvpeakcr I may dy, the 17th, ws i ? A happy oonjunc Mr. Peter Shutt-tan O.iioio, who I will deliver to regular customers In Slant urd Our mewl hind and attentite boM, Urother hu will unkc an aud vlclult r efcry morning at -- and a very ueful (ion. Ever in Jesus, Ueo. O, IUnsia bot'ght the Js.pp Thompson farm, in this (loar nUo refused to bo to brd till he had eeen cay he t already one New designs in Frames and Mats at Tory low One Cent aboard. Lt me acknowledge here man All of which give me both gratitude county, last year, hai moved toil with his Found. u Mfrlr CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. rrlcc'- (201-lami nu. and happine', and I can only eay I'raNe of Major family. We have quite a number of Ohio the unwearie.1 cotirlec Acconntsdue at the close of each month or Again last Tueday we were all diap-pointe- people in cur county and nil when customer quits. Terytlilnc they ooiilil in Hie the LOHO for doing ao much for my dear are first class Uwr, who did e tr j: k. n mi no ir. CITIZENS NATIONAL by (he non arnyal of rour papor, industrious farmers and they yet tin have given nay of hpilahle treatment to make our boj! Ill future field of rervlce BANK, Mr Editor cbo'eu the citizens many valuable pointers in that tftlT llVIAllt. or ie ky. Mr. D. C Payne has removed his Vi bad a p!raant journey to (irorde-tow- n ...i iu... .rM ifailrnuirt we met at tl r line of business. There is plenty of room Feed, lo the etorrroom on the corner of here for more such immigrants. this mornink' and begin in the court CAPITAL - - - 8i:5,O0OOO fncndn, who utilil of AND rlrgant honiea I look out of tho upper Main and S:anford street?. Three fi'hing parties left here within ! not take "no" f r an anawer to their hearty houe to night. SALE The Hood Templars lodge is still fljur-ihin- the last few days for various stream. It This Bank solicits accounts of lndirldualj..flrmi inflation to break bread with tbcin, cn windows of the Wells Hone on a landectpe Having rented the stable on Depot street. I am and corporations. I'retly Mis Alice Ward wss iuili- - appears that such parties are on the Its facllitlca lor makine col. no iin of an of turtMMini: btauir. a I write. After all( nerer be forKOtleu. I to train anu ftreaic norses on reasonable lections, In illr,i of prepared the rri..i itate s, are un. hard to bea'; whether for aled thi week. Mr. S. I). Hfrdin, a most crms. County Court day trade follclttd. nnd some do say that it is all on ac "imiMJTerUhed South" on the labK while Oil Kentucky JOliXlt. VAlU'KXTmt,Ky surpasied, and cutomcrs aro at ."all times granted in her fiirfac worthy uietuber and cfliccr, has resigned, count of the scarcity of "lnit" in this vi I wit cone, but eyerj where, what reminded charm of general contour any reasonable accommodatiots they ree proper btanlord, in "' Mr. John Mgen ha accepted a landicape.or olevernws of her kind brartetl to ask. Wo beg to oflar our services to the citicinity that causes them to hunt other fields. me at etrry turn of ''Uouekeipin ,INO M rKRMN.v zens ol neighboring counties, I ume back to thai as a ort of tfon cflsreil him at Eit Uernstadt and he One person offered 50 cents per pound for R. S. MABTIM. Sou hern people without Banking I till you Blue l!ra." BaorjilBiD, Kv., May, IsjT. facilities, anJ assure the m that any business sent deliberate concision, every time I try to and hi charming wife have gone there to all the fish caught. It might coat this rash In fi'l-- sl ho-trpred know Albright A Martin l to tnlorm mauy us shall take her "up live. We regret to loe them very much. party at least 23 cents before he gels clear friends and customers ol ihe change intheir name tention. at all times have prompt and faithful attlrni ntyle. And tUeencroity of our Tupelo find Mmelhiag belter. to Kain-tuck- " Little Suei Saunders is very sick with of it friend in lime of aore need dhalthiy ore ids and don the other," "Old 3IAIITIN di PEltKIXS. 'rota can't be beaten, very well, by any the mumpi Mrs. W. F. Kennedy is sufwilt neter p Mr. S. W. Parris, who has been meranew uoihloijabju') J. M. HIGGINBOTHAM, Tne new firm hopes, not only to sustain the repI am glad I wrs born heree fering greitly from neuralgia. Miss competitor chandising hero for tho last three years has utation of thoold, but intends to make mauy imthe w'ratelul aienoiicof the'Troup LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, JOEL J. WALKEE, and I belieye I can ay, I take her "for Stuart has been quito sick but is im- just returned from a week's trip to Illinois, provements In ibo manufacture ol tobacco which J S. JOUNiON, CS il b!i"a them' J. W. L03AN, wlllba to tbelutcrest ol our customer?. We will of all proving now. I aui o lad that our prlw;r Iinprtwiuu bitter or for worte," a my first choice where he clo?ed a trade for a $12,000 farm devote special attention to our Natural Leaf brands L. F. HUBBLE, T. M. A11NOLD, I have urer vieiled of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past JUS. SIMFaOtf, B. Q.MULLINS. Mer. S. W. Cotton and W. Dye, uesr Vacdnlin, giving in exchanee his favors and asking tor a continuation of your trade, of our Sauihern trip wi tbM of unbounded the fir place' of earth I hereunto Kespectfully your, t my from Muldleburg, were tbe guests of Mies property here consisting of his dwelling, we remain, In testimony hcutlntrii of welcoui and hospitality that J1AUT1X Aj 1'KllKIXS. did not trow weary in lt tutrcUr. It CIU seal this 23 dy of Mtv, Anno Domln Lida EJuiiston Sunday. Mies Magzie Mo storehouse, town lots and a tract of timberJ. M. HIGGINBOrHAM.PP.EbT. Itibrrt. of Danville, is visiting Mr. W. ed land. Possesion to begiven Auguet 1st. m with a K'eat desire to ko luck to thttn ISS7. LEWIS V. LEAVELL, Louisville is annoyed jjst now (every M.Garnett. Mr. Frank Fox, of Dinvllle, Mr. II. Dean, the gentleman traded with, again, ! J. P. SANDIFER, CASUIEB, 'j.MO A. M , we lulled Dr. Armondt, of will continue the goods business at the old At liiimbult, frota roie ha it thorn) with a visitation of was in town Sunday. B. F. HUDSON, TELLEP.. L A N train 'rjm green around Onensboro, hai joined his wife. Miss Let-ti- e eland, ewarming especially 8 hour, watunj,' for the Bids will be received .by the undertUnel Com- dlnklng lund ! luc Cnrcon has gone to Frankfort on a visit. to take t:a on The tbe electric light and alighting with an Memphii-- , that wa Mr. Jonas 1'ituiin ha a drg that is muiiooers ol13th, uarra for ujunl lullowlnz Hocjj, US", until June the DR. W. B. PENNY, Died, on last Friday morning, of drop- addicted to barking at tho moon and d(s viz: bump upon pedvitriaus and leav KlrU pui in the lime in ankm up for Icwi DENTIST, proriout ing with every contact an odor of anything eey, Mr. Hunley Singleton He has been turbicg Ihe neighbors. Ooe of them Mrs. oppjrlunilien of eluoiber, on the S50.000 6 PEI. CENT, GARRARD CO. S0D2 Ifoutliolcy 1 IK) for many yens an earnest and devoted Harvey Renner thought to stop bis barkwe reauuieil our trip, but a pleasant character. nljrht. At Some cf them f.M. and a hot and dusty one il waa, till wo are a huge as our old fashioned "pinchin'-buna'bu- ! member of the Christian church and hi ing propensities by administering a dose of 55,000 payable each year for 10 years Irom Julv 1. ISS7. Interest payable at the stZ&ut V.C5m viiv. by no mens partaking cf the removal from our midel i a loss deeply felt lead. She procured a pistol and visiting National ilsnk of Lancaster. reached Ibwlinj: llreen t lO.M At Clark i sni-.ii O.urard county 4 by all. He leaves a wife and two children tbe premises she was met by Mr. Pitman, bonds maturing July J, ISS7, will be taken In pay- route, we reeteJ wur slufg h nature of this beetle ville 1'enneMee, en mentofnny ofabjve. The ol tbe vsuws2i"i: KN. ..urfTMrieih nephew, lliliy Ho(;lf( and hia dear huree, and those who with whom tbe whole community earnestly who attempted to secure the weapon and in bonds will bell, 000. The Commissioners reserve Tnev run like sKufTJS WiMM the right to leicct any or all bids. I look Kaunt and orworked, which can eijiy ihe terror cf other, cn get a sympathize in their sad bereavement. His the scuffle they had the pistol was accidenJOHNS. HILL. 1 J.S. KOBIN'ON. Ciiu'irs. ' if think ho in, and which I did not like to nv. good deal of iuueuiut oot of the hop., funeral was preached at tho Christian tally discharged and the ball struck Mrs. S WjTjOT WM.H. KINNAir.D.J Lancaster, Ky , May i), ltS7. hetllt-- ; and I never skip and jjmp of the ladies trying to church Saturday morning by Rev. J, Q. H. in the heel making a painful wound. Mra. Hogle in pleadid uir:kJ.VuA-- " Montgomery, after which a large concourse She was taken hotnn and a physician called " ayold the active creature, who "light, kjw her more blooming ami allracitve n strcot, toxt door to I'taio on 12 a. Office imoienxely. nflAI AlwronbandandrfaJyRiosJotrRNALotflce. Anestheticshours from 8 to vhen Tney both and break for a safe harbor "any-wtit- of friends followed his remains to their last in fur ilellvirv. uivo me a u. nnd 1 to 8 p. u. vJailnUtered (17 1m) r. T. L. SHELllW, P.ow JenJ. At HjwIlUKUrten we had agreed to mop A few dry mortal go about our streets rial. at ywhere" out of the light of th resting placj in the cemetery on the hilj, cCMary. where was hid from view all that was mor- thinking of the lltnh days that are past oyer night. MaprOjencnaln chimed the Cnh electrics The manifold envelopluhalf. ri)ciallT. Sde ment of Hie fir sex give them their first tal of a devoted husband and father. i.lrl.nn Iih lf when l'quor was plentiful in the land and and Marie hare been f titliful cjrrepand could be had for the asking, but many choice of refuge, though they will not di Disliked to Duci'sa Family Affair? day have come aud gone now since the enl for year, without ever having unt dain running up a nusculine troii'cr leg, We diliko lo iHpciirs family affairs in Judge Dulaney carried meiil, a most will or tinder the sheltering skirt and lappets cold days were hero and Ihe impression our columns, as everybody know, hut the to uinl of the coat. 0 le thus enconced is hard to ing cap'.lre, in hopllablB ohaln seems lo be that the warm weather has story that Jeff Tarleton i (tiling around driven it from our town Not a drop can A betneeu xnowy linen nueet, in an airy coiuh at without unpleasant reult town about our difficulty last Tut lay be procured in the pise. Of those who rooai, the dolicou ret that ouly tired lrv Natli Woodcock says, 'they smell im night is a lie such a nobody but a dirty Du'aney, neyer men'e " used to keep it one hs gone into Ih gener- elen kuow. Ojod Mr coyo'e would ho guiliy of. We have heard nl nierchondiss busine, one to digging of the weary now in wall doinrf, wa ooe We found our old friend tinctnngei in nnd his gvsslng nt D.sn Geeghen'd "converted" cbriHtian that had life revulu all where we want him to remain the mint; of bim coal nr.d another to woik on the new build dtifing the Ihwiiu tireeii ujioiiiik and, also periiap, iu one thing, concerning saloon, riif facts are that wo told this ing that is lo hs nrenpied by the jii'er nnd tionitii luejiorabie lo u aud o many oilier. which we should In rejoiced if he hIiouIiI red heided nluuco to stop keeping company those committed to bin tender care. daughter. When we returned Juco Tjil New Novel, "AlAiu"-O- n The JuiJuij I had not before u)t, a he wat see tit to turn over a new lei'. I think hi with our home Tuesday night about 11 o'clock- uo 1st, the Cincinnati Weekiv Gazelle will beduring the coatlnusuce ol iboie er Pmwici" in Louisville ww not wholly di away vice. Ik i rather a ignificant fact that coi.ner.ted with the current complitian in found him just leaviug our front porch, gin tho publlmtion of a new novel, entitled words and we admit thit wo Mara,"tyE I'. Roe, the greatest living the Di'tii ciiurt-!)- , wtiicu opened iw djurw hQreile.it., der to o taanv, and known Tnere were When he American novelist. Every person should over emce been and In in current pirlanco a the "llice." I called him a 'grd&ey tramp. in welcome lo u, hai made a pass fcr us wo grabbal him by the read this interesting story. The publishers now, tho live est church In the ton, by the slunibled over him on Main stroet and we I y whikirs, and when be brck away we of ihe CbtiiMcifi'uf Gazelle hivolnlal to I cui longeu o' oildj All of wnlch saw a giod deal of the deir old fellow after what 1 do ol that. I would give anything if I could kicked him in tbe small of the back and make a epecial offer to furnish the weekly undeMiand, knowing the only regret now is that we did not break addition of that paper frntn June 1st to Im- the g'jepel ol "hive aud Nothing Ele " Mowers.. break him of that prticular form of lleh Iiih back bone. The lie that he tells is December 1st, 1SS7, for 50 cents. 12 JLum- i; called "horse llesb." What a thousand We remained in lbwling Oreon till Dlomonts Gonovaliy. bor, 6co. ty 7 o'clock, to pities if that besetmont should be dearly that we drew a gun, which he snatched M. ami ran into Ljuuvtlle Agitator has cilled a State conarrived half an purc'iosfd by the loss of a heavenly crownl and then rati us into the house, Nobody tfml that 'mamma" had saw the fracas, and of courje he can lie, but vention of the Union Labor puty to meet hour before, aud with "our boy" was wait- That is his only danger, lor I am sure he is across the way heard the sa- at LaGrange June 17, to nominate a full Well, we John Htpgood, ing for the remaining trio. So there wo a much a mvml unner ai I am lute that we gave bim as he clawed the ticket. were, ouce more together, cii the platfoim still trust the dear LOKD for him, and grayel down the street. Don't come our way o!''-r'- , nimilarly tempted, with all the faith 31EKJllAiNT TAILOK, of the L. & N. A happy tueelinil Kfckapoo Sentinel. again, Jellsrson. nd I hope he will pardon me for ; I need hardly nay the four day in Wri liavr wereof toe dellciously restful sort, prechiuc (hi little sermon over his broad In far away Au'tralin the roller-skat- e To the Tax Payera of Lincoln County. 1 have recolvo.1 and still receiving that I doubt if any people can more thor- fhoulders, to other, my dear friends, who creze, which for a time was a violent as The Tax Hooka are noir ready and I am ready oughly enjoy than the Barnes fiuiily. Our need i. Not that I think horse racing ever it was in America, has suddenly sub- toiecfclvo tbe Taxea. Under the new Horenue to friends were moit atl'tctionstely hearty in worss thin, or a hid, as the constant exhi sided. A few American skates are sent State llieblu'rlil Is compelled than settle with the heretofore, rio nre months earlier beautiful city, billon of a hasty temper in the family (a please come torward aud pay early. voiuprlilng tu boil la the market, which will be bidding us welcome to the there still, but the number is sleidily diXtilVLAXlt, S. L. C. T. any other large place I thing the Church don't even notice as worwhich, more than minishing. As was the cae in this coun Gotten Up in Htylo and Mctko Second to Nono in City or Country am acquainted with, Is pre eminently the thy of discipline), but it is hardly consist try, the excitement was worked up by man te u TrlHl. ent with that consecrated walk we all orre ufacturer. But they could not keep it gocity of charming homes, now, as HICIinO.M). KT. 3IAIXST,, to Him "Who first loved its aud gave Him ing and when the collspie came it came 3E She is looking her loveliest all Kentucky is, and nothing but a Belt for m." So we are trusting the dear with a rush. Beautiful rinks were conB. visit can give one an adequate idea of what LOUD to cure him, and lots of other dear, structed on the American plan, and they For a good Tablo "Walk up good fellows, whom I am a little afraid to Louisville's "loveliest" means. who invested in them have lost much And clean and well furnished rooms, this Hotel shaded avenues, that talk about in poin ; for I don't know them has no superior. Uood mm pie rooms attached. and down the long, y money. TRates ti 00 per day. liroadway back, in parallel glories as well as I do Xath. They are all in danrun from Encouraging reports of the coming fruit of Uwn aud abade trees, if you would ap- ger of losing bright crowns, worth more POPLAR LOGS WANTED preciate the iruthluluees of what I write of than all the horses that ever wero foaled; crop are heard from all along the Hudson a:3 bear to stand by and see them Valley. Pear hi a are going to ba abundant most charmiug city. and I can't the homes ol this of Toplar to contract Ut 50 I on doing this before ray very eyes without a this year. Raspberries, strawberries, apples, LogswautImmediate shipment Logs to ha strictly stopped at Will's baarding-hous- e, We for be No. I, Yellow 1'oplar, Ireeol shake, dete, large or 4th avenue, where Mrs. Ilush gracefully word of counsel and warning Our good grapes, plums, pears, &3 all bid fair to unsound knots, to bo cut 'J fuel long, 13 to 30 diameter and loaded on cars. I will prts'des over a delightful establishment; Nalh Is just as full of fun and spirit nt of abundant in tbe New York market. In inchesbids lor 6 or more at a place lo of boarders than a larje yore and got us into several good laughs fact, through railroad communication nnd be measured and paid lor wnen loaded. lu mak-In- g lees a houeefull say bow toou logs can LodellTtrid. bids please family circle of rtiioed and happy people. that quite aide! digeition and made u feel local Hrowth, 1837 will doubtless prove a I will receive loia at auy atailon on Knoxyllle Address, I only preached once RuniUy afternocn "aver so much" belter afterward. He is as good fruit year, taking this Urge country Branch of L. A N. GOODS S. -'. S1XE, StanforJ, Ky. Aover. in the Buckingham I'heatre, Jtflertoii, good as a IOTIGSS t AYRES& GIVENS, ie cip ATTORNEYS AT IAW, lI31t 31-6- ht i ITACKNON MOUSE, BARNES OIl,)' ' "0y, I u n KW09IB MOXEFi mala-talnlt- HTA"FOUD of-fi- co t" ICE! ICE! Per ICES! , . 1 gro-cer- u.y Livery, Training, STABLE ; 1 posi-reopl- dl i. DIRECTOItS: Kran-K'eli(jue- lis-bec- wh-re- of K5-Ct- n 1 OFFICEHS: Bonds ox Sale ly i.-.Ci- d s wife-Hill- y ro - wft' m run-rhrf- ItfTl-JELin- ra, ,""'"" uu'"" 151-ly- I thor-ougbl- W-o- Aenoultural Dealer in Binders, Hoapers, Bugsies, Wagons, Give nim a call. XX. G. Lsti-iavi- lie TAXES! TAXES! New Goods for Spring and Summer tHv I. WILLIS HOUSE, d J. WILLIS, Propriotor. 201-l- C. RXJXjET. WALSH, THE TAILOR, ror itiii avkxuk, car-loa- xiox;isviiL.iJ3ii, P. - - Kir. car-loa- FINS EXCLUSIVELY. jMtjjMiiuMiijwiiHMiirgwwmMwwwiwMiiwiiiJtJUMutittmm lmMmijj'iiiLimJuunJLyimwmiiwmwwwKrwmw( Mm WWUWIHIJU1HIHJIIHUI1HH " K.cbmondis in a thurishing condition, May 27, 1887 Stanford, Ky with dwellings and business houneH going up on overy corner, i ho new city hall Doaloro In umIercon,MCl w, bail Rreal mlJhion ,0 W. P. WALTON. tho apretranco as well as to tho business interests It will cost fully $000,000 nnd Lexinoton ia all k'o: over h 1j jht bewith its location in the heart of tho city, tween CjmQionwealtu' Attorney Uronjton it will truly bo an ornament. In speaking and Janus C. Urpnt, a loadine druggint of to a prominent business man of tiiis place, that city, and formerly of this county. It I was informed that Richmond at present teems that Urjant had Bid something is rapidly increasing In population nnd that about Bionston'a family afl.tira, which we the business of this year will greatly ex Our stock is comprehensive and brand new and prices suit oven the closest of closo buyers. Come to sso us early and often. earn had not been ot a pleasant natura. ceed that of last and former years. He alThe latter went to bis store and demanded so said that a great many strictly business that he repeat hirformer language. Bryant men had made fortunes here and the prosrtarted to do bo, but hesitating, Bronston pect was very bright. He considered it a applied to him the vileat epithet possible, folly for men to go West or anywhere, bewhereupon Bryant tprawlcd him eeneeleea lieving that as much money could be made upon the lbor, and getting a?tride of hie here on the same amount of capital as proBtmte form, beat him most terribly in could be anywhere. I was rejoiced to hear IN OLD VIRGINIA. the face, bunging up his eyes and breaking this good report. She has had many (.MicOur Business Manager Tells of His Trip a bone over one of them. A policemau tions nml but at last comes out Ohio Over the Chesapeake was cent for and both men were marched to conqueror. That she may never grow lesn ana Other Matters, the lock up, but were allowed to giro bail Richmond, Va, May, 23. Those who but surpars the wishes of the most sanguine' for their appearance. A very damaging E. C. W. lie in bed till tho fashionable hours of I most sincerely hope. feature of the cae for Bronston, besides bis S or 9 o'clock know little ol tho most GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. bruited up head, is the fact that when pleasant part of the day, and the writtr searched a concealed, deadly pistol was Lancaster. lived in ignorance of the fact until on sevfound ou his ptwon. In other words, the The Boone Club went fishing on eral occasions ho was forced to rise at the law's prosecutor was found to be a violator extremely unfashionable hours of 3 or 4 Tuesday night. They caught nothing an the law he is daily called upon to enforce. Especially am I convinced of the pleasant usual. Bronetou claims that an accomplice of BryIt is probable that a lot of our people ness thereof eince I boarded the Kentucky ant kubclted him down, but Bryant swears will go to Georgetown Sunday to hear Bru. Central at Rowland Friday morning with that he did the work with hia lilts and nothjoyful heart in anticipation of visiting re- Birnes. CD ing ebe. He belongs to a fighting family nuptial The Robinon-Curr- y were latives and friends in the State that gave C3 and one that it won't do to fool with Itjs happily consummated at the Christian 's--i ct-ArrER a very disgraceful contest CjI. me birth. The route of the K C. is inC3 aid lh.it further trouble will result, but it -1 church on Wednesdiv oveniog. B Toney was elected Judge of the deed a most lovely one, running through Sterling matter is ended Is to bo hoped that the Married at tho Mason Hotel, this city, ith the Law and Equity Court of Louisville, by a the best part of Kentucky and gentle dew of morn sprinkled over the on Wednesday afternoon, Mr. Thornton to b3 in an L majority of 1000. Billy O'Bhadley eeeina 1 luxuriant growth of tho blue grim, which Porter, of Lexington, to Miss Lettie Ihstin , of a hurry to furce his burning eloquence no other State can boast of, presented a of Lincoln county. Ceremony by E'derU, NOTES OF CUR REN J EVENTS. upon the people. After being informed by W. Yancey. scene that I, for the want of appropriate -Gen. Buckner that ho would not be able to i Six men were killed by a boiler ex- - wordi, will not attempt to describe, Hon. Wm. Berkele Is no longer n canbit in after the enter a j dnt canvaea with him till ' I plosion in New Mexico. didate for the legislature. His declination abort, I will uc the expression so often 10th of June, the vain gloriouj individual Mr. Cleveland has accepted an invita- heard in Mikado "It is perfectly lovely.1' leaves the rtpublioans in a dilemma They addreteed him two or more cards tion to visit St Louis in September. has h r--J m Arriving at Winchester at 8.30, 1 was giv- are now btweii tbe "devil and tho deep through the public preaj for no other reaThe president, bis wife and Col. and en sufficient time to "tako in" that place, blue sea," son that we can discern except to eee his Mrs. Lataont are at Sivanac Like for a J If The public will be glad to learn tha' . o which, I think, is really on a boom; in fact an name in print and show bis ignorance of two weeks' liin. increase of 2,009 in its population in three are actually to have a base ball nine lure. the proprietiej in tbe premises. "Gen." Allen G Tnurman positively declines It is a colored club and proposes to io is it is one of the "boom Bradley, as he delights to be called, having to accept the democratic nomination for years proof that While there I called at the Demoaal up tbe earth with any nine that S'ur.V-- J era." i for daring been promoted to that rank Governor of Ohio. office and met Mr. Lisle, its editor, who is can furnish. Pulaski county as a bravery exhibited in CI2 The accounts of cashier King, who reTne wool crop of Garrard counir i nnd who is as recruiting officer, need not worry himself cently committed suicide at Cynthiana, are enjoying his honeymoon pleasant as it U possible for min to be. amount to 23,000 pounds. This will bring PH Hd for fear Gen. Buckner will not meet him. found by an expert to bj $9,533 short. 000 The sheep Mr. Bosley, editor of the Sun, waa away, into the county about good timo and He will do it in bis own A little girl was frightened into spasms is being neglected here, and those the creek from at a spiritual seance near Louisville and but returned jjst as I was preparing to industry when he doei the fly-u- p leave. I heard him spoken of by quite a who go into it now will make money. This Garrard will wish he had not been so utter- when she recovered her reason had been ct- number of persons and all in the highest is a pointer. ly too, too, previous. Gen. Buckner may dethroned. Geo. W. Bettis, Superintendent of the terms, which shows that.he is as popular not bean orator but his head is chuck full 'lhe village of Hawthorne, eighteen K. C. railway, went to Latonia to bet on he was in his old. K sense and being a well educa- miles south of Superior, Wis., was entirely in his new home as of good sound At 12.40 tho whistle of the Virginia tbe races on Wednesday. In defiince, of ted and highly accomplished gentleman, destroyed by the forest fires now raging in bound train of the Chesapeake A Ohio, was tbe Interstate Commerce Bill be tendered what he does say will carry a weight with that neighborhood. heard, and in a few minutes I was flying your correspondent a piss but pressing en counteract O'Brad-ley- 's it that will more than W. W. Dawson, after being fleeced of through Clark and Montgemeiy, which are gagements kept the poor fellow at home. so called eloquence and make that all hia money by Dodge City (Kan.) land surpassed by none in the State for fine Terra Cotla, our townsman, W. E windy seeker for notoriety nauseate at the sharks, returned to his home, Mexico, Mo., farms, and the farmers are to be praised for Walker's great colt, got left at tho post in for aporings he attempts to palm off and committed suicide. the elegant manner in which they keep the mile dash at Covington Tuesday. But Ex District Attorney General Isaac S. them. Hardly a stump or a rock are to be you need not givo him out, ho will be Tub Irish agitator, O'Brien, is meeting Catlin, of Brooklyn, heretofore a leading seen and the hedge fences which surround heard from later on. He is Garrard coun with a very warm reception in Canada, republican, publicly announces his inten- them are kept trimmed and shaved, which ty bred, and has the vim and energy of the tion of hereafter acting with the democrats. where he is making speeches in behalf of adds greatly to tho neatness of the farms county in him. UKOt'lIIC, The volunteer military forces now in At Toronto, his oppressed countryman. Tho Louisville 'Jxmu has information In an hour or two I look upon Rowan Washington were reviewed by the PresiMAIN AND SOMERSET STS. Hamilton and other places mobs have set county, the county which has caused Ken that Hon, John D. Harris will enter the with guns, stones, rotten eggs &:., dent, presenting a splendid appearance. tucky so much trouble and expense to keep Congressional arena and cross rapiers with upon him The National drill is proving a grand sucbut he has po far escaped death. Unless he our McC'reiry at the next election We cm the law breakers quiet. The engine whisI liuve u Hplomllil hlock oT tho over cess. wante to get hurt he had better deaden tles and tbe brakeman cilia out "More-head.- " scircely believe it but if it be true we Patterson's counsel have been given following; C.'ooiIh: of the free and the Oi course I get off and see that make the prediction that John D. will the line to the "land till to morrow to show reasons for the appliQuoous-waro- , Glass-- , Tin- home of tho brave" where free speech is pirt of town that can be seen from the de emerge from the combit in a more pitiful cation for a new trial. Sentiment as to one of the boasted privileges. pot. Just across the street from this poiut condition than the gallant and chivalrous whether he killed Jennie Bowman or not is the Powars Houso, Craig Tolivor, the Don (Jiixote did from his encounter with Col. J. 8. Golliday, of Logan county, is somewhat divided. Bush, Wood and Grass head of the Toliver Faction, proprietor, I tbe wind mill, It won't do to fool with a heart Monday. died of rheumatism of the d Mrs. Tom Lawless, of Louisvilla, ask the first man I seo is Criig Toliver in buzz saw, Bro. Harris, Garrard waa hot Scythosand Snaths, He was a member of the 40th CjDgress, but that she had broken her marriage town? He tells me "yes," points him out for you in the Gubernatorial race, but getting mixed up in a cadetahip scandal vow and then went and Bwallowed "Rough Buggy Whips, all pricos, and offers to introduce me I accept and when you enter the list against our Mac, and being charged with bribery he re on R its." That's his story, but he is now Picklos in and in botHe is a we draw the line. meet the distinguished ruffiio aigned. A few years ago he withdrew from under arrest for her murder. Tne Building and Loan Aocialion of pretty tough looking citizen, but hardly as tles, the democratic pirt and cast his lot with There will be eix candidates for the bid a looking man as I had pictured him. Lancaster deserves a mention. Organized tho republicans, but he failed of the office legislature in the politically-torn-ucounBeautiful Flowor Pots I told him I had heard a good deil of him in June, lbS5, it has now loaned about he thought to obtiin thereby and died a ty of Jessamine. The democrats will have Baskots, and wn glal to meet teu thousand dollars. This money has been through the pipers disappointed, broken down mm, m many a two, the labor men two and the prohibi- him. He didn't seem to know that his used iti erecting houses in our town. Lomon and Vanpolitician has done before. bitionists and republicans one each. rhe city of Boston, which is called the name had eyer appeirei in print and askof Boston, won the Neilson, illa, Treasurer Hyatt has assumed his off- bicycle ed me in what connection it was used. I told 'City of Homes," because of tho fact that race at Clarksville, Mo., for the icial duties. Tho count of money in the him and he neemed utterly surprised to somany of her population, own their own California othor Can-no- d National treasury ia progressing and it will Championship of America in 6 hours and hear of it. He treated me with consider houses, has five hundred of theo associa Goods. 47 minutes, only beating Kholes a 1 of a take 75 men two months to count the able courtesy anil invited me to stop over tions, lhe stock of tho Lancaster Associsecond and three others from two to three T. R. WALTON. in piper money in the reserve with him, but my aaxiousnesi to see the ation pays a dividend of ten pet cent, and minutes. vaults, $95,000,000 in the cish vaults, Muk IUnlln.latc ol Mcntlcelto, Clirk. people at my old home was one of my rea can be had at par. This ia a better investThe famous Dismal sffamp is nolonger intUndard silver dollars, $25,000,-00- 0 declining. Toe other reasons I ment than bank stock. If our people realized used as a shelter for runaway negro elaves, sons for in gold coin and a smaller sum of fractbe eafeness of the investment, and would kept to myself. but it is believed to bo tbe bidtional silver, supposed to be in the vaults. of course, where we take into consideration the welfaro of the The route to Huntington, ing place of at leaat 170 white nisn who for w was town, we are entitfisd, more of them would ; region various reasons want to retire to private changed conductors, brakemen, &: a joko on the It seems quite interesting.but with hardly as many at take hold of the project. where the finest cattle in the world are life for a spell. Capt. T. A. Elkin and wife, have retractions as are on the rest of the way. At At Oskalooaa, Iowa, William Anderraised, that Armour, of Chicago, can and Huntington night strikes me and I see turned from Atlanta. The Captain ia satdoes ship fresh beef to Lexington, of better son went up in a balloon and at a height of nothing of the rustic and picturesque scene- isfied that prohibition prohibits in that quality and sells at lower prices than the 700 feet it caught fire. In his efforts to ex- ry until I reach Clifton Forge, Va., where city. Heepcka by the carJ, and there is resident butchers. We believe that as a tinguish it he slipped from the basket and I awake and drink in the air of the Old Do- no doubt of it. He did not see a drunken general rule Kentucky, which ought to fell to the ground, where hardly a grease PII1MH IN minion. At this place I met my old friend, man while there. Lt. Lucien Young has hivo the beat, has the poorest butter and spot was left of him. y gone to Newport, Raode Island, where he Drugs, Books, Stationery and Qk-jitfCapt. W. C. Moody, proprietor of the John Harrison, of Kokomo, Ind,, shot the meanest beef in tbe country. House, and to whom I am under ob will enter upon hia duties as ohief of tbe pun WS t la " Ol ranuy hi uwco. wife, as he claimed, by accident, but . "iiwn. V ligations for favors. I was told that he is torpedo service. Miss Lizzie Huffman is Bradley's opening speech at Somerset his when she slated just before her death that CfVil ...... . ?5iii 5iSa Misses At. and l DVIlCiRui prrcf inoui n.u,.v.j .i. doio,j an immense businesi and is making visiting at Sbelbyville. vww. was a failure in point of attendance and done so with murderous intent, he Al create the enthusiasm he he had fist. The church at this Pattie Biker, Mrs. Kate Cundall and her mney band over his effort failed to saved the Commonwealth much trouble by place, in which Misses Mildred Lewis and little son, Harry, and Mies Georgia longed for. Tne truth is the majority of blowing out his worthies brains. III., are visiting W. O. Fannie Hill, of Stanford, wore partly in the people are too well informed to be lellow fever has taken an ominously strumental in erecting, is nearly comp'ete Rignoy, E q Mr. John II. Woodcock left taken in by the specious pleadings of the Tho Largest Btook of Watches, (Jloofcs, early start in the South this year, two fatal and iaan ornament to this rapidly growing yesterday for a visit to frienda in Louisoverrated but plausible alleged statesman Jewelry and Silverware oiees having already occurred at Key West, city. ville. Mr. and Mrs. Simuel Wooldridge, of Garrard, Florida. List year it appeared in Biloxi, At 8 o'clock the tram leaves this place of Denver, Cul , with their little daughter, Eter bought to thlamtrkrt Prleci I)wor thn Lownt. yum: iffiTffiM rM Mp . Tuc star of Bethlehem which guided the Mies., on tho Gulf, in September, the late- for a straight run to Richmond, stoppiog Harvey, are visiting Mrs. W.'a father, T. tho paired on Wstchrt, Clocki and Jewelry Reihort notice and Warranted. wise men of the Eist to the manger where ness of tho season alone preventing a fearful only to take on or let off passengers and W. Reid, Eq. ut mail, not stopping for dinner. Tho scenethe infant Jesus lay, has been sighted by reign of tbe plague. -- W M. Newbold succeeds Mr. W. A The L'quor Traffic Committee of the ry ia superb, varied with mountain chains Prof. Kloin at Hartford, Ky. It has been Michigan Senate reports tbe House high and valleys. The valleys are unusually Kellond hs assistant to the General Mana300 years since it was last teen and its appearance has created much excitement in license bill with stringent amendments pro- beautiful at this time of lbs year. The lit- ger of the L Si N. road. Marconi L Seguin, manager of the viding for damages for Injuries resulting tle farms laid ofl and fenced in, with an astronomical circles. from the silo of liquor, making the naloon-keepdwelling in or near the centres, Philadelphia Umbrella Company, has abhumble A Brooklyn man got mad at hia wife and his bondsmen liable, and pro- look as cczy aa you please. Qiite a con- sconded, leaving a deficiency of $S5,000 in her ear off close to the head. It was and bit hibiting the sale of liquor near public ed- trast batween these and our bluo grass his accounts. a case of biting off more than he could Warren Dennis and Stephen Gano farms, but that makes them none the less but an offictr ucational institutions, "chaw" and he lid not try, In his annual address before the State desirable. The whole trip is a moat pleas- have bought this season about 00,000 lbs. took him to jill where he will "chew the Board of Health, delivered in Louisville ant one and the obliging employee make it of wool, paying 20 to 25 cents per lb. for it. cud" of remorse for a lengthy season. 3eorjetwn Times. Monday, Dr. Pinkney Thompson, president doubly eo by telling tbe passengers without The Vicksburg Southrons nnd the is fullv restored of the board, declared that consumption is solicitation on their part, the places where Col. E. Polk Johnson a contsgeous disease andjthat those sick of important and interesting events have oc- - Memphis Merchants Ziuaves, in attendance post on the Courier-Journaand back at his old that malady should as far as possible be iso cured, as well as pointing out the ecenery st the National Drill in Vliinptnn. left Erervbody who knowB the of his lated from tbe well. Tho theory of Dr. that is most attractive. I know of no I the line of the parade aa it waa being re- ratcal will rejoice at the restoration health and eend up a fervent "Praise the Thompson was indorsed by the other medi- road with employes from brakeman to train viewed bj tbe President because a Virginia cal men in attendance. dipatcher aa clever and gentlemanly aa colored regiment waa in Hoe ahead of them, Lord." from thU jltce to who ia an ordinal urohibltioniat. write tho fjllonlnu. which 'i 83 well in accord with our own viea that we give it entire. As ho says, the men who are seeking to nominate a prohibition cindidatn sre for the most put those who havenopoliticil affi hatijn, and who preg fer to be big men in a small concera to Btmll men in a large one. The article is as follows: There is a call in the last Interior Journal for a meeting of the prohibitionists of Lincoln county, to nominate a candidate for the legislature. While we are always willing to accord eyery per son the right to act just as he pleises in this free land of ours, we are inclined to the opinion that the step ia The candidate of the democratic party is not onr ly a strong man, but a christian gentleman, besides. The prohibitionists of Lincoln county, in my judgment, can be just as sincere iu their advocacy of their views within the democratic party as in a distinct organizition. Eipecially eo, when we notice tho fact that the republicans who are pronounced prohibitionists, will, to a man, vote for Mr. Bradley. Those persons who profess to lead in this matter, never had any political preference!; and I verily believo that if both of the old parties bad planted themeelyes squarely upon a strong prohibitory platform in their late conventions that anew Ueae would have been raised anyway. Some folks are never satisfied, but are like the Athenians, always seeking some new thingn. My doctrino is "fiht the devil in the Union." A bs-inanti-liquo- The immigrants to this country April numbered from all countries dnr-in- c 73,-10- 7. those of the Newport Valley, THE CIIFSM'KAKK News A & Mississippi JOE F.WATEItB. JOHN P. DAVID. The Democratic State Central Com- mittce met at Lexington Monday, It was decided to open the campaign June 15 with Lsxlnclon, an oldfishioned bubecaft ne ,. Ij i flax D.laltKA. W .u L ! I. .b Beck and Blackburn, Congressmen Breckin ridge and McCreary and other democratic orators will be present and address the people. When Tom Hendrix, living near Knoxville, Tenn , was 15 years old, he was whipped by a local bully mined John H. Gallagher. The boy swore in the latler'a presence that when he attained his m atari ty he would kill Gallagher. List week he reached his 21st year, and ou that day re- inemberine his oath, fulfilled the bond to tho letter by riddling his enemy with bill lets. He confessed on his arrest and ought to have been hung without judge or jury. Ik OHIO ItOlTR. W.JI1 JMiy 1 IlilVOp STANFORD, KY. I MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens- "ware, Glassware, Etc. WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT WALL PAPER, M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S 3 m W r- C P O o m cr p c oy Ob P. o p w a a 4d tr1 P o o C o ' JLri o d o c c IT - O o B P P T. R. WALTON, and con-feee- bu'k and Extracts, 100-mil- e 1 and $137,-000,0- SC0,-000,0- blue-gras- M PHARMACISTS, & -- WWJZ &?&?J ....n,u .., ys' JEWELERS. 1 Wall Paper, er Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. as low as the lowest. l. bald-heade- Fulland Complete Stock of the above and prices t B. K. WEAREltf, Stanford. L I f BWMUbWrfl 9 ,4rrr' V' 4 . 1- -' e? j1 He has choien a true nnd loving help Mr. William Briggs, recently of Louis meet who 1m shown her love for him ville, is spending a vacation with Danville nbove f ither and mother, who have watched friends. William is a poet roru away Ice CiiKAM Frotztr nnd Cojleru, a new over her with such tender care, and it will back and the piece he compiled ou WedMay 27, 1887 nn 1 Inrn nloclt ut low prioen MitJtlf A be Ii'ih Stanford, Ky., aim to let no suspicion of regret ever nesday is Baid by competent ludfitM to be Foster rest upan her heart that nhe took the step the finest specimen in the English language. 1 AM now ready to do nil kinds of she did. May they both always be happy. Mr. Idbert McKac, who has just completed K. o. WALTON, - UuolnoBB MnnnRor. s his second yar at tho law department of nnd ppr'rj: and painting to MARRIAGES. Ann Arbor (.'Diversity, is at home spending warfoii, ftz. I will boplaved to hii.e you N, LOCAL TIME CARO L, A cull and got your work done. Win. Diiiyli- At Cinton, Ohio, Canrtoi Dtnsfzen his vacation. Mr. El l.eonu, of Cincinnakilled his wife beciue she had j lined the ti, was in town Wednesday the guest of bis U. erly. -- 12 80 l Mail train Boutn " .HI43 r,K. FyCJIlE 1'OUTMAN hart cloned out hia Salvation Army, m he should have done brother in law, Mr. Louio Cjhn. Mies a, m t . Krpress trulu" Houlh 1WA.M .. Norh. Mr. J a ins C. Clin obtained license Kate Duerson,of Louisville, Is visiting her butcher ehop to V. F. Itttinrey nnd the old Theatre U calculated ou standard titan. Holar Mand-byesterday to marry Miss Cardelia Young, siBter, Mis. Oil. Wm. Duke. Oilcher Uros' n in the note occtiptnl of the xb U jlaut 'id lulnutri Uititr daughter of Abner Young1, all of this clerk, Mr. Oivcna Webb, who has been very field Men inny cauie and men may no ill with rheumatism, was able to walk CARD, but be and hlx itole le Ulier UMiHteik o on county. K.C. LOCAL TIME -- Mr, Tun P. DuJderar, a young rail about the street on Wednesday. forever. road man, and Miss Martha Frances HaTrains Irate ltowlsnd at 5 and 7 20 a. i Bill S.otts, who was killed in the We I ire now n double daily mail to ley were married at Elder J. O. Livings lUilurnlnK, airlveat Band 8:M r. M. Court-hou- se last week, is the 9.h Ltnctnter, nn extra pojch or the nerrice ton' by that divine on the 25th. Miss man to die with his boots on since Djwell iOfMi. NOTICES. having been put on the Klae lino. You Martha Frances is but II years of age. Edwards feud began. IjANIjkctii's Garden Heed at Penny & can now rend a letter to Lincanter nt 6 Attorney General Garland saya with RELIGIOUS. 1 1:110; tend o'clock, kI reply at another McAliMerV reference to the vacint seat upon the Su " and get an answer at 0 r. m. HuiineM Uro. Dimes' letter in this e will ht A FULL linn u( tihinK tackle o( nil klndit at preme Bench: "I do not want the plarc men an! lovers will be clad of the l at Penny ft found to be inoro than intial'y interesting. and would not take it if c fie red me " facilitiea. The rt reaily mixed paint are to be The salary of llishop Dudley of the Lad at I'eniir A McAliater'ti. More castor beans are grown In southern The old Presbyterian church txinta only Episcopal church, was incrca-e- d $500 at Ahk your urocer for the Cincinnati !' the recent council held in Henderson, mak- Illinois than in any other of the 8 atcr. in memory. Tho walla that for 49 years liinn Co, 'it cracker nnd CKkei. The acreage reaches 20,000 nnd Iare ing it now $1,000 a year. W ATOMivi Hint Jewelry reptiirud on hor have stood the storms nnd wltnes'td revKev. John I.. James will make the for cxtnctlng tho oil. notice and wtrraiilod lr Penny ft McAliii ival, mirriagoi and funeral innumerable, In California, also, the bean is extensively nnd deliyer the diploma to thegradu-ater. hive yielded to the tilorta of the workmen Ktandahd ready mixed paint; qualltr nnd now He confined of E'liott Institute, Kirk'ville, on cultivated and doee well. A soil tha will in uiae'eu, The brick A; nnd durnliilii) cunranleed nl McIIiOertu June 7th. answer for wheat or cjrn will surfice for will b used in the new building, hich Jet HtKK'Citholic services conducted by Father the castor bean. A comi'I.ktk HlocU of jewelry, Inlt-t- t hope the generoilly of the people will tit Brady, of Dinville, will be held nt the Mc- itylw. llockforil watdiM n "pociulty. IVa cvie to bs both an ornament tu the town Clary rchool-houseTne Interstate Commerce law i making A MoAllMer. ny in the et end of town, and an honor t'j tho Inrzo congruent liii thcmaller traveling theatre couiptnie-- do to morrow, Saturday morning, nt 9 o'clock. PERSONAL. wbirh will worship Ihern. everything they can to cut down expense. Tho meeting which bos been held by .Mit. It, P. Wooi wont to LouIkvIIIc Dkath. At the home of her son, C. U. Bra Evans and Hippsrat Ford for sever- If it will only comptl the Ucc!o Tom's Tueday. Caldwell, near WnynMburg, Monday, Mr. al weekr, closed Monday night with GO d Cabin rorapiiuea to leave their leading nc tor -- the donkey behind them, tl.e law hm Mm. Kobkrt MrALitrrx ia Tiiitit'K Pully CiiMivtdl, agttl 77, breathed her 15 A Prcibyienin church of ilitiorn. point after all - Dikota Ball. ooiinty. her mother in Clark A boat ten years ago she snlltred n piralrtic uiPinbers was nrsanizd and about $100 sub I)k. Lki: F. HurtMAN U tmllg n stroke and another followed two years ago scribed toward building it church. About lew dfi)K in I. odon on prjfsrasioiitl bnl-nee- . when "lie lottl the use of herelf from the $1,000 ha been pledged by other parties waial down. Sinn then she has laid in a and tho edifice will be built in a short time. Midi Lih-- Tatk it ltwjk from Dauub-ter'- rt helpIeiM condition longini; fjr ileith. The Winchester D'ovtm'. PEARSON & CLARK, for the vacation, lookicg tiaal stroke Colie ouie Kundar nndering her LAHD. STOCK AN !i 'CHOP bright nnd hippy. sptchleM nnil Monday the disooltition Wanted Utcon, by T. H. Walton. Mil. J. T. Cakoon, the commercial ottao. Born and raiel within a few mile Merry Hampton won ilia Derby on touriit, ia spontUm- - a fw ih)v tl lii hum-me- r of where xku died she cpeut her long life LEXINGTON, KY. vacation in Loui-viH- e. for her children, raisiog nine of her own Epsom Djwn, England, Wednesday. 1 1 W-M- t 1U Mnln -- In Louisville cattle are quiet at 'J to Miw lA.saiNd Uuuitowj and Mi and live of her husband' by i former wife. Mary Hell It irrjw, of Atlanta, Ot , ar oa Saw MA a devoted member of Double 1 10; bogs dull at 3 to I S3; limb active n visit to Mrr. K. 1'. P.jcbiHtcr. H.alth Phisars fo.wt al Ahn Spriaz, ii SprinR Hiptl.t church for uuny year.) and at 1 to 0J cents Two stray mules ciue to my place The j illy ami camptnionible, Prof. J. the love that her neighbors entertained for IInTlns; 1. I!ln u i: u Inmo at xtil L. lrrire, f ban retiir.ied from wasl.own by lie cruwd tf tearful on the 17ib Owner can have his property. Alum 3iinu, Ihy'.e cuuutjr, I wlllojon it to the H J. Darst, Stanford. n vi'll to biMH in Iiouiarille. public on people who attendod her fjneral. lisv. J. Jjhn Traylor is sgenl for the Johnston Mim MATrir. KwitrnTEii, who ba V. C'jleman ofihiatnl and then the re VX11 3XOXDAV, 1SS7. been viritiag her f lter, Mm. JolinT. (iano, iui.iii4 were laid away in the family bury- llarve'ler Co , nr.d would be glad to serve Thli Is 0'ic ol llic niot uollglilfiil anil those wish twine binders, mowers, &2. See in Dillaii, 'JVxo, returned TueiJn. ing ground. Truly has a good old mother It r0)ulr rummer resorts In America. Five, him before purchasing. kinds ot mnjical water-- , ot unrxcellftl curatlxe Mn. Joii.t M. Hail nnd Mioa Kate in . an bren called to her reward. Messrs. McClintock A Son sold 13 head jowen. Kur clrcuUr glTiti terma, etc , .ililreawent to Komerrel to attend the marriage of j). ii. iioir.iitit. Kjr, Alum ArrKiiiT At Suicide. A friend at E i of registered Jersey's at Brasfield's Horse Charlie Hail to MiM MKie Porcb. Mu ANt .iiix J. W. Kay, our clerer bar.k cent us a full account of the attempt Exchange in Lexington WednesJay for a KiKlinh friend, left Tuednr nnrnini; for a At suicide of Miss Mary Margin, the 13 total of $3,'J10, an average of $75 55. year old daughter of Dtniel Morgan, and In tho Cincinnati market mules aged 1 Timt to the "Old Country." Mns J. O. Dunn left yeaterday for Ft. sister to Mist Mattie Morgan, formerly to 8 years, 15J handu high, bring $135 to $lf)0; 15 to 15. hands, $115 to $133; 14J to Bcott and Letrenworth, Kama, where ehe of McKinney, which occurred last Hitur-dabut the letter did r.ot reach us until 15 hands, $90 to $115; 11 to 11 hands, $75 AT LEXINGTON, KY., JONG O will peud Miine time. It chmond Herald. . As young as she is it seems that to $90 Col. W O. Wei'ii and Prciidcnt J. A.JIOTJT 51) 1IBA.B The Lttonla Derby was won by Libret8. Hocker left yesterday for Harlan countr Mia Mary had fallen desperately in love It U rumnred that it i their intention to with a Waynesbur.: youth, whom her pa- to, Jim (lore second and Montroe third HIGH BRED COWS & HEIFERS buy the county, but it I jirobably untrue. rents had forbid her to keey cjmpauy with. Mamie Hunt, Mnlaria, Jacobin and Buck- A. J, C. C Jcrseyi, from the herds of After their ride of a hundred or to mile This stunned her young heart and she hound were the other winners of the open- W.J Chirm, Win. Crslk and Orn. V. W. Hr Saturday ing day's races. Jin, rrankfort. Col. W. C, Ooodloe, J. S. Sloll, on horrebick they won't feel like buying grr moody nnd despondent. Land, J. M. morning she stnrted out with a younger sis Day. There were J.(l KlnDRlrJ, L. M. K. It. Kpnrti, WalUce, Judge Winchester Couiit anything. Xlchola-rlllMulligan, Lexington: Kleuilugeburg, J.C. Kterley and ter to bring the cows up. When she got as 200 to 150 cattle on the market yetterday, W. A. SuJd-tLOCAL MATTEKST J. I HhallcrMs, Anchjrac; J. A Mlddletsn nnd fitr at tho barn she sent her sister on and nnd sales were exceedingly dull nnd very Iter 8. M Ncel, HheltiyTllle; Iter. Wm. Irrtne, W. L. went into the building. Cjrious to know few sold. I'ue prices ranged from 2 to !:, (.nrl.tlanfburgh; ounty. Cralib, Emlnenc; J. 11. Icr. Crtxiin Frcvsrn nt T K. WaltonV, (iejt, Campbell Tiifse (trlctly bretdlog herds lontaiti blood ot what Mary was doing in the birn the little To say the least there was a marked depresNr.w potntoee, cthbi;e, cucumbers, one returned and tho agonizing spectacle of fie mu.t Doled strains, Bt. Lambert, lit. Heller, sion in the market. About 50 mules were Signal, Commassle, WcIcjiuj and oltieis ot pror ftrawberrie, fa, at H. 8 Myere. worth girl hinging by the neck met her gszs. otlered nnd some sales made at moderate enCatalojuM, the whlrh will .j-- i bi realy, may t, bo bad of J 8. bl'OLL, Ltxlugton, you want the IilmI liefncarator kc riu' Her screams brought the family to the figure. (Sun . Ir or J. 11 (tlsT.Pt-cnttryt'ine'onatl. 'cetie and the body was cut down apparent Wm. Moieland sjM to Oentry BroV, buy the Ki from Metcalf A Foster. bale ut llraarieM'i Horse Luhsnie, Cot. K L. It lifeless. After a while she was seen to of Lexington, 1G broke mule, 151 to 1G Komomion, Auctioneer. I am agent for the iilo of J. T. HacUIey'it bratbe, however, nnd by much exertion bauds, at $100 per head. This was all but atrawberrioi, the fmeat otlt brought to thin she was revived, though she still linger in three of near load bjught by Mb. More-la- nd msrket. 8. 9. Mycrn. a precarious condition. Her neck is terri in Chattanooga last week. Mr. Moro-la- nd bought in rnquatchie Valley, Tenn. An expert piano tuner from Jno. Church bly larcerated and her eyes bloodsbotten LINCOLN CIKCOIT COUHT. 8ae hnd evidently the past two weeks, about 1.00 cattle, weigh Tarmrrt National Bank of Stan lord, A Co., Cincinnati, la hero for a day or two. almost to blackness Ky.. and J I). (ley, ruintitls, tj. Karaj Chandler, Ac. prepared for the act very composedly. ing from 800 to 1.100 pound, at from 3 to Persona needing tuntni; done will nddrto Utltndanti. Notice of into In I.'iulty. Hraching a log thnt extended through tho 1 cent1, also 19 h?avy mules at $150 to S. 11. Cook nt once. By Tirtuecf a judgment nftlin Lincoln Circuit building by a ladder she tied one end of a to $173. Conrtat lta March Term, 15S7, la the above Danville Advocate, ttylel case, I will on Mu F. J. Doyi.k, the pino tuner rope around it and (lie other cad around First cUm mare mule colts are selling formerly of Cniokerine & Son, IJoatoD, her neck and stepped oil. It is now learned nt $75. Taylor liice sold on Monday to MOXDiY, JUNK, OTU. 1SS7, will be in Kiohitiond Monday to eeryethuie that Hae htd made h former efiort to de Jiimcs B. Clay, 5J yearliiu cattle for At 1 o'clock r. m , or thereabout, being County Court who want wnrk in bia lino, the highest bidder stroy herself by eating the heads ofi match W. B Kidd bought in the last few outcry Day, sell loCuurtilouio door lu at public beforo tho btnnfoid, of tho e. Tho girl is both bright and good look days from various parties, 76" hogs, aver Ky , the (allowing described property: nenllemnn A ing, but she could not bear the thought of age weight U30 pounds, at $130. T. C. Eut Knd paya after a careful poll of the b'inj; separated from theoneabe loved by, A OF LAND ! Robinson sold Monday to l.ice Scobee, a Crab 0 chard precinct thnt Dr. Petlnn will tinted lu Lloco'n Ciunty, Ky., on the watera of whit seemed to her, cruel parents. pair of 1 year old mare tnulei, 1G hands Codar Creek, and bounded aa follows: llginnlng get every vote in it eave about 20. at aatate In Tucker'e Hue corner to Joe Chan EujrEMENT, For ome time past an at high, for $370. A. J. Tribble bought 93 dler'a belri, thence Nona Kut 52 poles to a Mu U H Fox writea ua that hi new yearling sheep, weighing 110 pounds at 4 otake, corner to same, thence South CO, East (SI poles to a Hake, corner to tame, then South 2iU, will be tachment has existed between Mr. A. Q. photojjraph L'allery at D.uiville Wcat 50 polea to a atake, corner to tame In Tucker'a II u Qui si), head compositor of thia ofiice, cents, and 175 others at 3 to 1 cents. line, thence North C9, WeatClpoleito the beginready for occupincy by June lb, when he and Miss Daisy Uurnside, the pretty and Winchester Democrat, ning, and containing .3 acre. Said tale whl bo will have the largeit and beat equipped made tOMtlsfy the aiiiu of tfiiS'J with Interest nt lovablo daughter of Mayor E H.Uurnside. 0 percent. ierfcnuuin irom Sptomber Sth 183C, OANHLLE, BOfLECOUNU houte of the kind in the ciuntry. until paid, and the coat ot this action. grew out of their association in tho Pre It TKIt.M.-Sa- le be credit ot The town authorities are putting down months, rurcnaicrwillbeing mado on a to rxecuto6 strawberry aupper for tho Ixnefit of bylerlnn church choir and increased be rcqulnd The accurlty, payable to the a much neeJed crossing at tho corner of lionds with the Precbyterian buildinit fund will begin citiee cf the strenuous opposition manifesMastr (mmlaalonor, hiring the lorco and ota Judgment, and bearing C per out. Inter-eat G.HO thla afternoon at Owaley Hill. Do ted by the young lady's parents, They Main and -- street. a Hen on Jo Flocker, the tailor who Btepped the from day ofaalo until paid, and withtheir pay. property a, additional security for fail to go. Adminaion 50 centc, which were forbidden to keep company but mnn not a second story window on Sunday, ment,(31tw) 1'IMO.V, M C I. U. C aged to communicate frequently and satis- from entitles you to the whole bill of fare. factorily. It was first planned for them to has not entirely recovered as has been anMies Bhaiip, of the While Bewing Ma marry in Cincinnati during a recent viil of nounced. He complains of his back and COMMISSIONER'S SALE chine Company, will give an art exhibition the young lady to Miss May Ferguson in is unable to work. in the pnrlon of the Myera Home, May 30, Covington, but the old folks got wind of Sheriff J. T. Bailey his isiued a procLINCOLN CIRCUIT COUHT. 31 and June 1, to which tho public ia invi- the intention nnd quietly proceeding to lamation to the citixtna of Bjyle county J. N. Meneita, Adm'rof E. I). 1'endleton, Plaln- free of charge. Peter Hamton, Agent. ted tlu", v. (). J. Newland, Ac , Defendants, that city brought tho young lady bick to calling their attention to section of the new and J. N .Menefeo, Adm'rof Jai. inviting them to come William Iisrkele, 1ib her home Since then the everest surveii revenue law, and l'ondloioii, i'lntulllt y O.J. Ouii friend, Hon. forward, pay their taxes and eave trouble Ncvlan.l Ac , DefondanU. decided that a third term aa representative lacce hs been exercised over her and it Conso'Idated Cae. and expense. Hy Vtrtuo of a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit of Garrard ia not desirable and has declined was not until Wednesday afternoon on a Cans. Durham, a colored boy who Court at lta March Itrir, l57,ln the aboyoatylct to tnnko tho race against Mr. Anderson, promise elicited from her, that alio was per consolidated caaca, I will on wnits on Dr, Fayette Dunlap's office was to leavo tho house unless accompaa walk over, ao he milt who will likely have Wednesday by the MONDAY, JUNE TII, 1SS7. nied. 0.i that evening ebe dresacd and sent to the work-housshould. Btarted ostensibly to vi'it Miss Sue Rout, Police Court for disturbing a strawberry At 1 oMock p. u., or thereabout, being County Court to blddjr at public Piiesiiiknt Smith, of the L. & N., nnd but turning out Somerset street ina'.ead, a "festival." Persons who beard the trial outcry Day, sellthe the higbest door e belore In party pawed np thia week toCorbln, whero wailing vehicle received her and further on think the court c'jarei Caarley pretty Ky tho undivided U Intertit of Jamos Htantord, 1'endlo ton, and the uudlvld'd ', Interest of L D 1'cn. they will take horses for a ride oyer their she was joined by her lover, To cover up high. dletoa, in thj following described property, -- Circuit Court Clerk It. 8. Nichols .on new line to the Virginia connection. It is his tracks Mr. Huflman complained of be Wednesday granted an injunction restraina few thousands of dollars will be ing said that sick ami excused nimseii train uiu A AND LOT ! invested in coal and timber lands on tho printing office and not for some Iioum was ing Louis Faulconer from in any way in- On North aide of Main terfering with the person, the peace, hap- Ky., and bounded as follows' Street. In Stanford, journey. Ileglnulng In the the cause of his absence suspicioned. pike near a piness or prosperity of his wile, Sarah Faul- centre of tho Stanford aod Where they went after that is only surmise culTcrt. thence North 10;, West 9 poles to a It 1b published trut Albert Turner, con- as no one here seems to baye been in coner, until, the pending divorce suit is de- itake, thence South 7,' West 8 poles to a the cided. stake lliat aide of an alley, thence South VA Kait. demned to bo hung at Louisville July 1, 8 Tfl.lOU poles to the South sldo ottlie pike, theuce been heard definitely Mr. J. C. Banford, who livea 2J miles North 7l,J4,Kaal 9 41U0 jioln to tho lieglnnlng. for the murder of Jennie Bowman, boasts secret. Nothing had and acre or land. he outraged eeveral women whilo he from them up to the hour of going to press, out the Shakertown pike, ia thought by hia eat orcontaining one haltwill lie said first The Inter that James lVndleton ana thon they areBafely married and physician, Dr. Roberts, to be Hearing the the Interest of K. 1). Pendleton. was a resident of this county. He was but wesupro'o TEHM8. Sales be credit of C hear of no such will return in a few days. Mr. Iluflfmau end of life's journey. He is in hia Sltb months, purchaserwillbeing made on a to probably lying as we can required execute bonds security, payable to the charge. Those who remember him here has been an attache of this office for several year and grows weaker every hour from the Master with appro red having Couimlwiui'.er, ellect and besides being one of the fastest effects of age. ile is the grandfather of of judgment, and bearing the force andIntereat years per cent. gay that he was mean enough to do any from day ot sale until pild.and with a Hen on lh n type eetteis in the Stato Is a young man of Mr. Charles E. Kincild, tho worst countenance thing and carried the property as addltioual security lor their payment. fine sense and capable of succeeding well in newspaper correspondent. a. jt it a t'tNo.y, m.c. Lc. c. ever shown by a human being. n first A. 0 Al.rm. will open crrum mlonn on Juno 1 clhi .cj life. . Mb.OTA3MGffiKa ' a - .4-- " $$ ai'a g i "is u Yt Asr-- i u? ri Inn-i-le- FOR PITCHER'S y ,fN . :4Tj7,V-.rJzH-ra "I1 m H Villain liinimcnl is the ini( Y.onlorful the world Iisih vvvv known. DE, S. G. HOCKER. Pain-Cur- ur mltli-lioni- JOHN BRIGHT, JR. ad-dr- e'u HOCKER & BRIGHT, (NUOCESSOICSTM W. IF. IIXGOIXS.) C'OOK STOVES - , We will continue to handle the justly celebratocl and most nopalar and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TIL- U, tsgd y ING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS we will still place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in tho lead of all others, where it justly deserve to be. Ask your neighbor in reference to its superiority. No stsel plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW, In the PUMPS' line we know tho BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. W. . .ncKIXM.Y, Siiltirtixmu. Wholesale Grocers Queen 2'jt-r.i- u Struct. (Cincinnati New Crescent Route. andOrleans and Toxas Pacific Railway.) 1, i Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans. Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY HEAD IXMVN. fKAISs SOD I'll. Dally, 7 55 a m 10 50 a m Incter, ire co-- '87. No. 8. J lTiI, dr-er- rr No 3. Dally Ex. 8un. 4 7 Mo. S. o, 7. STATION!. L're... lnclnmit ... xo v'rr 6 42 2 51 1 1 rUAlNdNOBl'll. . 1. 7 iu:.i iri. ro. 1 DAlly. Dally. '.extugum Nlcliolasrille. . . .Uarrodaburg Junction.. Danville Junction City Klugs Mountain GeirgctowD Diily. 3 47 Kx. Sun. 10 2.5 Dallr. No. 6. Dally C41 4 4 Daily, -- Ot p lu1 8 10 p in 05 p m 1052 p 111 1125am 1147 12 21 12 12 15 Jersey Brooders' Sale -- 2 45 p m r, 25 p m U 31) am nm' at a m am 153pm p m 33 a m 735 8 02pm 1141pm 8 43 pm' 8 59 p m 12 33 a m 9 10 p m 12 c3 a m ' piu II 20p m I m 2 27 a ni. S 50 a m 8 25 9 62 - y, 3 8 10 5 5 10 p m am a m 10 p ra 10 p m bO li I p in 111 7 35 a m 65 am 7 30 a m 0 45 p m 7 30 a ...Chatuniogt... ...Uirmlnghim Eutaw... ....Meridian .New Orleans ..Oakdale somerset .... pm G27am t339a m p 47 a m ZflC pm p 32 a m . Mi a m 35 p tu 520a m 2 (5a m 12 49 p in 11 55 am ... 1 20 a tu 8 10am .... 10 00 p m 00 a 7 10 p tu 5 10 35 pin 10 15a m 7 00 p in 0 20 a m 4 30pm 315am 8 00pm 9 00 a in ia p m . 111 pm' 7 27 am1 3 20 p in 7 00 a m p in am, 05 a ui am 25am 12 I ,1 10p ml ..Meridian .Vickaburg .. -- Shrercport. ,....T. P Junction . . . ....... 711pm ....... 15 am 7 2 35 a m 50 a m No. 9 leiTosOakdato dally exo'pt 'Junlay. atfi 15 a. m., Arriving at leaves Chattanosga at 4 00 p.m., arriving at 7. 5 r. M. Mann Houdolr BaHal Sleoplng Cars on all through trains. CnatMn;i at 9 43. No. 10 r; h, JOHN 11. -- O (JAULT, Oon'l Manager, CAP.ItOLU (ie.'l "upt.. W. W. WKLLS, &uperlutcndent, Somenct, Ky. II COLLBIt VN. Oen'l Frt. A Pam. Act.. It X.UVAN, Ast. Oen'l Krt. A I'asi. Agent. General Offices, St. Paul IlnllJing, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Oblo. 'XXTDES'W- - , FURNITURE STORE 3EACK JIKTFJi'.HAS, Proprietor. Commissioner's Sale! $1,-88- 3. i) TRACT ;l, Hillalwnj-- lmye on liauil a lirue ami lion or Furul turn ami llntU'rlal.er'H Gontin. My prlcoH will lie hi low aimicli KOodH can be lnm;ht in lite cIIIi-n- . Give mc a irial ami yon will bo coiuint'cd (but 2 xi'U lower llian Ibo Ionem. WEAREN & MENEFEE, ef-le-ct at 1 ...! I -- e AlA A AMaJtA 1 Sash-Blind- s, Court-Huui- HOUSE tt-- Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, of Ve Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock ever; belarger and more complete thanj hides is fore, from the cheapest to the best. All of work guaranteed as represent e A. Prices to suit the times. Wo can sell you as good 'vehicles Las any dealer or manufacturer and for as little gmonoy. Come and see our line assortment before it islbroken. J. l$.tJl.i:i;:V,AK... Ilut.mville, well-know- ii-.- WEAKEN & MENEFEE. Ky. 1 it Senu-88eeMfiInterior ss lournri Some Features of the Kentucky Chautauqua How To Keep the Hands Soft One of the most attractive features of the A little ammonia or borax in the water you wash your bauds with and that water Kentucky Cuautaun'ia, at Lexington, is just dkewarra, will keep the akin clean and that it forms a centre for the meeting of soft. A little oat meal mixed with the wa- several important bad Its of workers. The ter will whiten the hands Many people State Board of Education will hold its Noruse gljcjrioo on their hands when they go mal institute for the training of teachers, to bed, wearing gloves to keep the bedding ami thofo who attend one will have delightclean; but glycerine makes some skin harsh ful opportunities at the other. The Htato an.lrol. Tnesj pa.iple should rub their Colleges Association, which ia yearly becomhands with dry oat meal and wear gloves ing so important to Collegemen, will hold in bed. The beat preparation for the hands its annual session on the Assembly ground?. at night is white of eg, with a grain of So also will tbe State Music Teachers' As alum dissolved in it. "Roman toilet paste" sociation, which will consult en the teachis merely white of eg, barley Hour and ing and popular'e'ng of music. It will honey Tiiey sav it was used by the Ro- have the special beneGt of Prof Case's mans in the olden time. Anyway it ia a voice liainlng free. The W. C. T. V will first-ratthing; bit it ia a mean, sticRy hold n special lino of conferences in referstun to use and does not do the work any ence to their work, ami the Y. M. C. A., by 1 THE CUM DIM EU 8TAI.LION, SECOND JEWEL. This fine, combined stalilon will make His I8.S7 at my stable near, Hlnlby City, in Lincoln county, ou tho bhclby City A Knoj Lick Turnpike road, at gagonieut with the Kentucky Sunday School Union to victt the counties of Harlan, Latcher, Knott, P?rrr, Llie, 0aley, Lee and Breathitt fur the purpose of('orBn-itiDthe work, Ac, I left Stanford yesterday morning at 2 o'clock on the Southbound train, and in about two houra was at the Wearer House iu Etst Birnetadt The afiiM landlord" 'bowed ma kindest attentions and after "time niori Bleep and breakfast I beuan to ritranse for the jaurney. In the meanwhile I spent aome lime pleasantly vrilh our CJUatywan, Mr. Staji:, and several other friend. About 10 o'clock I stepped into a new cut drawn by a splendid sorrel horse an J drew the liue for a 200 or tn& 300 miles drive. la a littlfl while I Pittsburg, whicu liille town ceems throiu'i to depend on the coal raioe for iia exie-ten- ce Soon I was in Lindou, a town of no mean propurtioui, bu with :t beautiful court home and same city air, where I met the i;enhl Judg W. L. Brown, Postmaeter Jackeou und others woo were obliging. My thoughtful landlady tvtd provided me luncheon, it nd the driver had brought corn for liia liote, and in the chide of some tretn near a great rpriuc oar meals Here served. I notice that the land is painfully pto.', and the improvements do not present any coutrast. 0:caaionillr you ecu a fertile spot whioh U uid as a girden or potato patch. Many old fiilda have become waste place. If ouca product! ' they r.re no longer so. I hayeben disappointed in the timbar which elirtf the roa ); I expected to see lare foretn of choice, valuable trejfj not so. It may be that the best have been culled along this old thornugh'ate. What remains ia olmot worthies', I judge, except as fuel. There must bs imineme quantities of etooe in tne mountains; from the continuous oulcroppinga visible, but I would not pronoucce it first clas buildirg xanteriil. My opinion is that the rich treasures cf there hills and caves and val"bid In leys are mostW hidden treieurj R Bro. Pollett in the Mountains, I To the Editor ol the Interior Journal. BAnnoURViLLG, M7 21 -- Under n en. $15 tho Season, or $20 to. Insure. iw C1 w w Dascairnow amd l'KDinaKK Second Jewel Is a blood bay, with black mano and tall, 1) lianJs Inches high, with lino stylo and action, lie la U yearaold this spring, waaalrrd by Iiwls Cunning-liam'- a Jewel, be by tho famous old Washington Denmark. First dam, Minnie, by McDonald' llalcorn; second dam by Wells' Cmsader, third dam by a aonof Davy Ciocketl; fourth dama III Friend MAKES S? t a Ui ro M u hI V f e. . afitld" I have noticed iu 'riveting through this nd they are yery country that tbesiiet-u- , numerous, make for themselves narrow, deep, channel. If yu did not know to the contrary you mi.lit think o'ten imes that yen had auddenlv come upon some great canal. And now, what stall I eay of the roadt? If I were lo fail to tell of theae anyone who knows about them would throw this letter away scd think of it a? Shakespere'a "Htrale," with Hamlet left out. But lean not tell you how terribly, bid they are. They are r imply inexpressi bly bad. The ascent cf the mountains ia not so difficult as going over cliffs, ledges, boulders, loga&5, and through great mud holes two or three feet deep. The man who came nearest makiuc a true exhibit of this subject, mud and all, is a machine agent whom I met here last night, who tells me that he was in Stanford last week and sold otn machines to Mr. P. Htm'.on. 1 do not mean to say though that his powers were there thereby quickened, I will explain that the roads for ten miles next to Birbourville are wor.'e than ever before perhaps on account of the great amount of hauling over them in the con atruction of the railroad, of which I may write in the next letter. Lest these notei should be too greatly ex A e'ergyman in Boston the other eventended, I will say that after driving in the rain for mora than an hour I arrived at the ing dicu(aad tbe old question, ''Is life Andereon House in this town about S wrtli liviD" It undoubtedly ia, or Ibere After wocldn be a coild born every second of o'clock, haying driveu 20 miles supper the kind best accompanied me to lime. This is the inii't ci.cc'usiye affirm the Christian church where there was er tiveproif tbat ha y: been advanced rn tne subjectvice, and in i'a conclusion I nude some re of my work now. After marks explanatory ffucken's Arnica Salve the benediction I was glad to meet my The btetSalro In the world lor Cuts. Urulecs friend Mr. T. N Ribeits, formerly of Ml Sorso, S lit Rhsura, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Vernon, i ow metchandieiiig Lere, aleo a Haads, Chilblains, Corns and all Hkln Crupttoua, no pay required, I, bright faced young man who wms introduc- and posltlraly tocurca PIloa, orsatisfaction, or monay it guaranteed sire perfect ed as Mr. Divi', an old Stanford bov, who refuaJe-1- . Frlcu '25 centa per box. For bale by edits the p'per in this ' que.! town" of the Penny A McAllster. mountain'. After I went to my room, Dr An Old Citizen Speaks. Dicker m, ona of S'.snford'a bright son, Mr. J. M. Norrls, ao oil cltlzin of ltouie, Oa. y cilled an I w tiUed asms tims to pleas- aays that he had beei badly troubled with Complaint for a ,'raat many years and with ure and to profit, Next morning I was Kcatuia for th.ee years; at times vith tneie youa,; gentlemen f'jr a liti'e walk, and aai tried many remediescould acarcely without ben vhi'e Hiid then had to go. I expect in efit, before he began talctne Electric Hitters and diyV jinninv to be mnre eventful than yes- anolutlng his bauds with Uucltleu's Arnica salve, terday's. We el si'l sec. In lovp to you Thla treatment atTorded hi in great relief and he strongly recommends Electric Bitters to all who F. S. PoM.nr. ill. Your &s , well when the law uets afler a friendless nizper or a poor white men, but your blue How Coo ULAN Kisses La.notry. Tho blocded bru'es may plant a victim in every kissinp of Mrs. Lanetrv every night bsfoie graveyard witti an impunity that is the O.venloro Menen right of th'ir rW. ou nuuienca is the moat riunrktble osculation ye' performed iu public. In the tcene Her whete her l.uaband climba into her cham Last Silurday night Andrew McOee, a boy charged v.ith murder, was shot berttrousha window, in bia llight from pursuers, ehe swoon nwiy in hi arm-- , and to death while chained in his cell in tbo he loa-erher gently t the flor. Soe is a jiil at Willis, Texn bv a nub. picture of bvelinew, all limp and pliant as ehe slumps down Tie huebind, if real, ! would naturally kias bis fainting spouse tenderly; but, baing on'y miking believe it I am now irciareJ to tkO orJers for all kinds ol might be supposed tbat he would merely jilaots and will Iiitk thuu reJjr t my time do it. The Hctor is Charles pretend lo My plant! are Irjui llio Ust teiJ and are Coghlau He bends over Linatry, with his warranted to te tlie but o. .iu id i:iritAM. Sttnlord. arms wound around her. She !ie near the footlights with her famous face turned clear Coghhn puts lv toward the spectator Dlt.I.S.llUltDETT, hia lip against hera fairly and fquarely; he holda them there while one m'gbt couut OCULIST, five eloiviy, he emits a rapturous a ch ce BRODHEAD, KY. and the kissed creature sighs. fEl-dy- 's llai had anexpcrlen iot over fi'tten yciri, and ?; lib Ins mrceM'iiUr tm 1 hiitilrels of cava altealioi ux.vrn to tho treaim"it o( all How Tug's Dj It. -- Tae famines of tne vf the eye. Name an address ol pslleaia picking cured if joim.lit alf loslrel. official all pretend that they are up to pend the summer at some fi"hicn ab'e watering plsce, when Ihey probsb'y will besimjwhere in the immediate vie ni-t- y. M- -. General Pontoon ard daughter, will past a month at the little iiuhurban yi.laje of Rckville, and -- wmr that they Th wor iwnet Kuioa, ta d jom DffV-e- r have at Cips Mir. Ta.ise who call A Son.tht p'Ii''r a rrh ibtn Hre ett The s'lo.iiti A rta'rej, aat the Johu will bj told that the colebralfd Co ' at Mr Ufandstile's Church A family have cone to SraOi, whan ii nil prob&biiity.they willbeeoouom z uginotne e across the rivei; and Mrs. AdAny onedxirln nne'aat and durable mu leal win irrii miral Fjreiop, who proposes to go to E'i priMs ItMiruuiPut clmiq i, IVeHra to 'xamlno o.r iHior.'.ji.i aenta for tbe Join I'hur, h & O , snd will warnull b ataomi rasort where the rates ropj, loi rant our i'lat-ujarc, and our Oieaut are reismuble, in the mountain region for five years Toe Krerett fUno and the Clouxh ud inoit reliable traveled by the Btllimore&Ooio railroad A Warren Orin are ttie Instrument mtuufceturl. Ojr In'ltumcuti cm ba iron at the )ololIKs In Staufdiil, where WeshinKton Litter illss l'.aw Iticbardi w,l iutc prlc, tie. I'enons mire purchase-Of a'.l sad daya in the glad iiew year, the will testifywho lliHr uurahlllty thes Initruments .o and elrant Oulih !) We will saddeat are tho'e that are almost bore teomtlM.i-Uo- l.ii toterto tho public, aud cuaraa when the giddy girl in the cheese cloth Elder Vf. U Willlaraf. of Hmlonrllle. nlo the John Church A Co , aud will be pleas-nin tbecity, the cjuntry and backlo rve tis friends. H. It .: Ij.J. CO Oli, jKnli. woods town comes teetering out in the f iot iikpi:kxxcki light's tlare and, with simpering voice and John U. Orpwiter, Hustonrllle; J SI Klmore, a vacant a'are, delivers herself in tbe tomb Slan ord. James Beatley, Stanford, J. St i'olllps, I'ennr, HunfoiM Mrs, Kannle like bush of a silly lot of commencement htanTotd; A. It. Osu W J Ian Irani, Lancaster; Farra, Lancaster; gush Bu' away, these te.ra of a vain re- Charles sandldge, Jim.K (ton Cty, r, W. M. Payne, M PrvachersTlile; Mrs lurp-ntrStanfonl gret, ihvreV a basket here 'twill be ued Mrs. M'Kitla Holme. (. rab Orchard O. T. Wallace. Laucaster. 1J3 rr Oiveoaboro Messenger. you biit. batter; than ostmeil. Tho roughest and hardest hands can ba made soft and whilo in n month's time by doctoring them a little at bedtime, all the tools you need are a nail bni'h and a bottle of aiuonla, a box of powdered borax and a little tine, white Hand to rub the stains off, or a cut of lemon which will do even better, for the acid of Manicures the lemnn will clan anything use acids In the hop, but the lemon is qiite a go ) 1 and isn't poisonous, while tho Analyst. a:ida are. drawing together Secictaries and interested persons will advance their work. Tiie C. L. S C will hold special Knund Tables daily. Htid tbe graduation eiercie for the 'Pansy" c!a. Acd all this in addition the general, pipulnr Iscturo, entertain ments, and recitations, intended for all A times. will aha stand at tlie same Jack, II. I I'arvln'e Old Minnie, dam of Pocond Jewel, was a premium animal from a roll up to an aged mare, t'econd Jewel has n shnwii 31 times an.1 worn thosllck tle3l tlmca-defca- loil only three atAi.le, saddle mare, pollgreo unknown. Mr. the mzz iii greit deal ia said of the swiftness with which jii'tice ia about lo overtake the mur dererofJenuieBown.au. It is all very nro VIaAJSVS .. p, Spe-cl- al illi-era- 1 J.'0-''i- bn 1 farm-houe- n lt l . (( D g-- d fo At - KIJ-ne- isiioan Musia n Li nioieni OTJ3T1.33 Sciatica, Lnmbago, Rheumatism, Scratches, Sprains, Strains, Stitches, Contracted Muscles, ! .1 M TllKI.1', .V . f T 'K'ok Caldwell's ouog lllsck Hawk, be by Velocipede, lua .. I fr c be by Imp. Mamhe by llolirrtton s V aL'ji, Gs, u (. HiunriM I) H' .1 moth Ills dam was bv fllcaira Illark Hawk. secvtid dtiu was raind by -- litis Maxwell and wm an Imporled Jack. Money due when the colt Is loaicii or ni.r. lariiowmi l.ieti rctaiuva u all . TUt powilrr iikkt rarl-a inirTfl ol purllj, tolls till will ehamee are paid.reasonable tatts. be liirnlnhed at l'astii'age . Will IT.tiB.i- the f.rlt a Mur prouomtrai strength nJ tab 'I n.r " the Insurnnrc t tluu the onllnnrj' klnit, sml ran not ! colti PatUug with marts lorleitsT.S.tMHiHJK, mile leom Maul rd o the li,rl and t. cumpcUton with tho inultltudoof low tnat .iliot helby City, Kr ville'lurnplke egni ;um or tinospiimo pi'J',r. couonij iu f?It) (o IiihtirtMi cau. tMratiiAKiKa rowniu (o, Kifi Wntf lilrret New Yorir Hols I jean old. la hands liih, a Sesittlful bay, lth auuisneaul ml) and a Kiltx moon aim a natural smiuie none. Mind by llul Ida's tleniuaik, knewn as (in Time tsl.T I rliMJQ ('i In i Ullii.l by Memhrino t hlet, ' t'T Mimbrii o I'ayinuiar, dam theilam ol (.otiae Irt.tliu. Mollle Moiiuta, by ai.ble's Liln,(t. esond dam by Voung Ameitta, he br Tailor a 2 M. Ills sous sired ?! aud his daughters are the dams oft 8 In the 2 Iu I at. Me.fin.r1 third dam by Millet slNiaaark Fbiclt Mr fine stallion, Welch, will make the season of l.ilrsfon la half brother to l.rle, reeerd ol l 8 Sl'es him a double eroes of tit Nat saddle sm t 1S7 at my plane, known as the Jut.n I.ioyd four year oid in by im irll. fourth Mum. Thurinin l.irin, 1', nit ten from Shelby Clly. iml at a aaelorSlo.onu aad tv.d lo Kuirt Houu.c i thethe w tare horse-o- f rtaiu day Job i dam by W'tf that his tidb l..t lietweeu tbn atauiord A Uaosiille aud Dauvllle IKmIo-- ', by old Pilot, sire ol Pilot, Jr., 1st ilam br A Husioavillc Turnpikes at W' ' aiau stanl at the aaiue 'i e in; I. i f, i U In 2.3. list ) Pllotsliel the daws of Jay rve.2 to; Ma d H i a',, Nutwooil a $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT In IheZ.sXl list. Mt uibru.o thief slre.1 Uiuy ami i 1'Born t 1 WhI .oil Mewlriii Money due when call is foaled or i.ure part::K., Klsk's.Mambrtno Chief 2..S, Kay Henry If fiiutn liiHtno it l.lihin 1 utt M ii. ed with. Mtubrlno hur y due at weauiuic lime or when m.fe Meaibrluo Pilot i i. arte I bljh aud was sired by 2 27, North olartlf', telch Is Ifi with He Is a bruwn jsrk wlili wlilia William Welch, Uam Oar. by Frank Wolford, K.ricssou, Jr , Is aswild Usck. 14 bands high, In Juti. full I hands hue lie was sire f Cooku-i- , record i.ri. Second darahyJoe and welgns I,2iai 11m. Hull a nofse that i by Aikin a Mux HH i.m :- .it kin.-- In . Ho has Moner, ad dam by a (fray Eagle lior lilmvlf esen If he had (hi IUrre. Hot lip Brst dim Htai k .alln lenoet she Is sired It colts that are of fine, goal tlie and style welog the bluoil I hat be due aSH.il M make klui Kin Phillip, a ion I dam br Mi.-li., r Me breeds large and Is a sure foal tetter, and Is one of the graodeat italllona In Kentucky. Jim Porter This js k baa pi it.. I l.lluicll I,. I a of kind dlspusltluu. A ladr can drttc Mm Iu tee will be Hoe breeler !v ot his rolls 'ast wasoti at safety. He was nerer handled a day for speed weaning tlm ' I nohi oar hon.lred il !jn but shows good trolling action. i n it J. j;. A- - it. i"Htsnlord, Ky $15 i.vsuni: A .ma m: i.v ro.vi.. At the eame plsre and on the mui terms Parting wlibr aiorlag mire out cl the nrtgh- will Uo stand my Jack. Ul l.l.l AM I.YLE, al Iritis readrrs money due. .S. lie Is a bis. k, 14', hands high an Will also has sired by Lyle's Imported Jarc, and out of a good Jennet. Tbl. flue tlallior will m.ke the stswii n M"at MY l'l.VK it V(JK, M' farm, a miles Iroiu (Harford on the and l'aniulo pile )( has At (SOcn the same mndiMoas asalatre THKFVNH Vl'lll t sTALLl"N, proien hluilllo lm a suHNlor breeder, basing produced kho! tb Usi uiulra In this and adAT Sl.t TO I.N'Nl'ICi: A joining routines ami Is also a good JefUet Jack. Ilels P1, htiiils hlh iirartr tdaik with toaty l'FacniPritN AN II !'U)..Uh -- Verui... I ! ! Klnta an J gensral u.ke up 1st c ass Haiul. et.m'an If (Mark horse, lxlrl in It"', s x tmn bands bl(b, two while f ;. .s. Uhln.1 ured t Wl.llatu We .1. by Jtyxli k HawMeluulan ' . lullis fio'ji ll.isloorilie, no the l!ui!.ni..r dam Katie Itrlwes, br Hill's Wrtaoet. Jn.l J Is' Is a rich mahogony bay foaldedMarl, u hsnds high, heavy manei aud late, Is slrlrlly A Liberty Turnpike roaJ, L'neoin ounlr, Ky IS', Hlark Miiri, by Iltltu s Yarkshlie, by Imp 1 or, ! fine and lanrr, is both a nitmul an p eatant sbtre 3rd .Ism Little Lnllr, I y Wagner lv dler, bneds fancy, an i more umlurui breeder ef t barlet, by Mr Arilir, 4l, Uain KwIit ."'(ee--f, 'y saddlers can not be funnd lie Is hlh-lal- l style Imp Ietlaliian, thdam It t'ai kolrt, tilt dam ly on both side to tbe third geinratlon, Is baeke.1 lUeendrUer, Mb dam by Mtryland Pho-nltu upby tboruiuh.brtds ou txitri aides, making him Nu. Jau) by HauuiUI. aaiu l.y rltsy by ihiwel ,.. I T K ,V I "I' fU' lard iderKu's A. verr active and sprightly In gait, In lurm and Lmlly. twe.l In Hriiet'aHljd Huukol l.page.i 2 II aland finish a perlect model, lie was aired by the noble Vermont HaiubletouUn Is a sine big hnrae, wtb riumpter l)nmrk, h" by tioJdard's Deninsrt, ood twn, aixl a sure , llnestyl ar sire.t be by Haines A Cromwell's Denmark, n by the by Ullllani Welch, the sire ol prince tiopeia tara bono Deuruark, he by Imported Jledgeford. 2 22':. Jeremiah 2.'M',, lleaale r . aulrollrw im. .... tii.s. . kis r . Ills 1st dam was aired by hlr Wallace, be by etier ouiiain urun wt I,r Two tulles (loin Wallsre, he by Sir Albert (Ihoresigh oi the rilanforl pUe at ll.mbleloiilsn. pttrale recent iirI .Ism lirr.lyk 9 In the dat,i bred) second dam by Mrglnlus (data ol Vlrglslus 01 Helen's Prince, i II. an.! by Imp TrusteeiKD bvTratil.y, thorough bred he by the telebialed TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON totto land s.re ef twenty tnilea (roller Tr t ' MaK.n's nip; 3 dam a Hliip nure le- -, 2 dam by a son of Maiul.iiuo. by Iwp Mrir-iter- . Will mike the season of 1WT at my (arm, aVj iaiuranre. dyk s iooat beluga graud son ut the itrtl llts miles from Hiutonrllle, near CareiiTr's station, With prtfllegebf return In I8 or t lUiublelohlsn. ike rH.e.l ,T, ta Inac. an ' aud w:l. be periuiltel lo serre mares ' eriaoat twtis it, bailed ,j thoroi u. Arthur Mints Isbr (ten Knox, ll he by Ver- Itllis ills dam was l.ady Arthur, by brt-- will make a An- slo. t bone llrsdrk a Hal Hern. A mont flio.Seiuson to 810 812.50 (lour ton Chlel, by MsMiirlua t'hlef by Mauibrluo likelvulsii. ky Abdsllab, so sif Msutbrtno. dsm t y Paymsster.Ae Arthur blms Is a bay, IM, hands, IunX Helllouuder, 2 daw by llisuop s Hauibiel on, Miirun I.IvIuk Cult. !.'. an, dam by Imp. Mearigr. amail blaar, right hind toot white, foaled Marra tommPted to my (are in breeding wi.l (.Ill's Vermont by s Wtrmont He Is a haudoimely flnlshe.1 eo!t and bred stay sire pTsoual atlrntlou drais liuuiiUiJ at Delias bwa baudltd a little and prosnlses well thedsmof Knlgnaa i e In am by Coiuml , reasonable rates, to be paid for before the retur-o- f lleioOiblnn the strains of the hsndwiu Hla k llarktey'sl ton t (nluuthtii, sire ul (oatljeiue males No responslbulty fur aollenlsur Hawk and stout Mambrlno Chlel families, an I Is a 2 2.' 2nd daw l.y llrra .1, sire if the dams o caprs Parting with mares i r' its the lasurat.ee. deairabie stock burse, and ot) Ills aire s side trac Nsl'leUisy a .I.M dam by MaU hirst, aire of the the J. STEELE OAKPENTER. twiietolnip Messenger aud twice ou his daw's .Ism of Climax ia.2 at lull's rrtnuM .Is I..,! sire 1 2 IWrnnef HUrk Maria 2.H.- n.k lias. III at y manner deired. at owner s 2 ';, and Ligsu J.HlV also sire of me iams r ' Mires kept The King Nellla . i. risk. i.v. (Uiultla H likes 1 Vi! PtHirllao. 1 ,.Ifasls 2 I 2',. Patthwi Lai.raatrr Ky. J21l4,t u Uw 2 I.ady .,', fca Ket. IteatrtrOai't. tueky tientleiuan 2 ll'v anil sir 01 the second I the sire (ien Kooi, 110. 1'ndfr Hole dim u( Pull TaiHapwa 2 If.', 1.. har.ds blgii, Is ot liar fillbn foiMed ii Arthur aims, was brl by lianltl IImjiim Hrl Itys.yk's Hstiibietnnlan, by by Messenger Chief 1st dam ly Vermont Jr , i Vl , so.1 wasfalelln W Hewssby Vensoul Walter t r. 1st ilun by Cbas. Abdallah. sire rf f r Kent inaie by mp dam by Imp. Scythian, 3 dam by liouner s liray Hero, lit, 1st dam by rtaarcher. son of Harney Henlaelllounder, 2nd dam (Hie Lye, br Hisbnp Hani Eagle, I dam by Oustott's Tebg-ap- h ry, Jud Hunsifen Mare by llll. s sir I har.as son ot slltwUII ills sire Mersenger t ilcf. 2 In I .'J list, by All Duroc. lUoid'.' It'j puld.c trial at lo years ... I bletoii'an ard damIonian Is by fwp. Meu.uRer Itysdyk's am blr the sire ot Nettle 2 H dallab Pilot, dam bv Mamlirino Meuenger, .' dam ami S. others with records ol 2 19 or bailer alsrut by MambrlnoCnlcf, :dam by Imp hapolenn t Among the gel of (Jen. Knot with records In tbedaiasolTrlnket2.il aud t ol bets with ret dam by Tempest; Meeeenger Chief sired Maud 1 aoor Utter, ar the following: Ijidy Maud 2 IS1,. 30or better Messenger 'J. li' ,, Marrel 1 ii, (Ins 2. and many Cumra2.14 Independente 1 214. Ulli-ei- l l.'noi ordef2 Vsrmont (IViwulng's) by Hill's lltsek Htwk others destined to win tamo on the turf. 2.2r4', KmjTror Knot 2 KnoaSWS- Victor sire of Kihan Allan 2 IV,. Vermont (IKiwuIng a Abdallah Pilot, by Alexander's Abdsllab; dam 2 U, Knox Hoy 2.2.!,, Peacvful 2.ii, Harry SpankIs s Ire of the ila in, nt Pmgttia 2 Jt!, ami alo tire o Hlandlna, by Mambrlno Chlel, second dam er 2 30, Messenger Knox 2 S'l His eons, I'.d. Htls thedam of dam, 2.215,,) by Parker's Br.wn Pilot. Ab- worth, Couin, Cromwell. Kolalre, l.aiernr Will- son 2s',. Msuibilno Hruie, the sire of Hell Wli lle.1 Jim 1 year-oldallah Pilot slretl Plckard .' iam, den Knox Jr , lirii LIkIiIIooI, dil'.relh. Hlli's Hlark Hawk, by ybeiuisn Morgan. rvco d 2 28, Mess uger Cnlvl alrel Maud MesKn.x, Jules Jiirvuii-n- . Knox liny, Uornt, a fast Ironing mare. Hill'. l:u k Hawk I.lai,i the senger 2.K.'4. Phil Aheildan, hi l.luio, WbaUbone Knx, and Ireof 2..J, Ijuifl 2. 27', Ltlnn Alexandvi's Abdallah, by ltrslk's Wamble-IoniaWoo llord Knox bav.i im-- l the lol.nwlrs; with Allon 2 and Voung A merb t 2.I.1 and Is sire dsm Katla Darling, Alexander's Abdal- records of 2 Wor heller- Iron Age'2 l'.'', Uidlola of the ils in- - of lllanche (,en TeeI I.h lah slrfd (loldsmlth Maid 2.11, Uostllnd 2 2IS; 2 22',, I rank V 2 2i.','. Nellie Walton 2 2n' o Tenn.v-2 27. an.l the founder ol the grea'l 1 bora dale 2.22; Major 2.2V, Hi. I.lmoto t hsr.es It 1 Fanny . Walla Hiatk Hawk 'aiullr. that has Iu the m.u ii". Maul Muller2 1.1 '.80 He also slrtxl Almont, lleltii'int, iKlsora, Lothalr2 S'.'1, 22Wt, Kilty Mom. and female lluo 10 of i 30 or belter rrpresvuta-tires- . nelby Chtif, together with the dams of Jerome 2 0. Chub it:, John r1. Heald Ullbreth Lddy 2.1GK, Katie Middle ton 2 2, Hill lbundtr Mali 2 27',; .ihadow 2 24, llaiiib'n htot 2 24 Columbus (ftsrkley't). Ol Columbus, sire 0 2.2A', etc. Copeland 2 t", Hm 2.' Arthur 1. 20, (.onfldsnee 2 2. Dam. a br Mratsngrr Mare. Mcesengrr Chief, Jr, will make tbe picient Nina pacr,22.'4. Hiiarr.2 2.",l 211, Uld Colutubus. 2 II1,, ronrfrttd Ni.er, brougtil at my place I', miles (rem llaitousi le ou the from Oasis Oilimii.iis Uridfoidirlllo plU,H -NarUaor2 at, IU i nnd 2 St ',. and lou'g (. 'Aw, Inn. bus 2 Wt and alsi sire of the dams ol Hen 310 TO INSURE A LIVIHG COLT Metlil2 27, U.ulte N.2 20 't NameliM.' , (Voura (oliimbus Is tbe sireof II 2 .0 Money due when colt Is foaled or mare (arted r In Iter pertoriiiets, and he has I sous that hare with Maiei will be istured at ti ;er mouth, alu. I It 2 :nior t. ill,) t'olam-bu- s tut will not lortaponstkle for accidents Isihe. loiindir n fawlly, iuch blol was 10 tho Last wlial she Pllul Jr. blood it m, Iltsstonrilie. ii. ii. ix. as oK Mucky. TIIIIS.C. Manfird Ky My 1 1 it its tu lnmiri'ii iilvt'Colt. Hen i al blaik, lltanlsX Iik he hull, lie was slrsd b BLACK HAWK, i iiasssssMaBsniiisssaaaaaasaj PI OS sin. dd bo ucd n few ii.i.hiln lief ronflrcuent. 6ly ioSia Absolutely Pure. wlio'c-onieuei- s. sea-o- ti SiliVKRKING -I 1 . it "WELCH. ba-d- s ERICSSON, JR., .It I.iilti toll. i. l',. ill',. l'i . Hrla-nol- STI2VS WALKiSR. lb',, i,:ot-yearao- 1 recotu-iusihI- s f r. a.-l- rrl to 1 j. is, 1 1 iud Vermont Hambletonian. Hlsn-for- (ir.oiiai: r.Mii.Kv.t.. J Mcl-n.UOY- , d Wallace Denmark 1 CLT. 1 rowr.t.i., 1 ARTHUR SIMS, T V Wee-lar- In a'r, i i sr or In. l. - 1 1 1 1 IuIok MESSENGER CHIEF, -l JR t. r.i.n t Uj 2,i 1 VT-- - (llooa-lind- 's 1 d ICIIeof.-'araUH- - a, e .'.. J', n. sl-- 2.2, 1 era-so- u - B fu Pur.-'i2T- 1 1 J. a. a feua.lloii, JO ABDALLAH, Nouer ft pikeat ftO to fnslti'i' a liviitu volt . same ion IHimiis nsab ,u He Is a Bd'moio-blnca'.sje end u horst. to uds high ti.'ii ard buj rovin hinne fa lid bre de-- . Will make the present seison.it It. I r'fVir,s.V.M..!biiiim; n A NEW FAST MAIL LKA - ltOlll.SO., Nil I I'll tiiifid, on the .11. d i.m isviaM.z; lM tv 'il. i Hi f). i Jt, ' tlTU i.i t. - rn :.;6,000.00 v. ill. isf rio nu A reporter for this piper witnessed a dne burst of epre J yesterday while return iegfrom the. funeral of the wife of our Judge Jsjbin). estimable Sandy Hirrigan, the driver, ol the heare attempted to throw a little djst un the judge, whin the a ill del nd widow pulled in the ditch with his tine bay korse, Three Spot, and easilr paased the Uavercreek outfit shouting and llylnj. (Tex ) Pralrlefire It takes a Hindoo 12 daya to cut an acre of urnin n7 tce primitive method he em pioys. With a small, curved blade he severs the atalks by handsfula aa he squats up no hia heel. The wages of a harvester are jaid to be about 30 centa per week without board, These people will have uoth-fua (a da with the moJern threshing They prefer the "phosa" or tramp, rag procsss. They clean the grain by the aid of the wind. Oat of the 10,000 epeciea of birds recog-itU- ed by tbe ornltholojUts there are S3!) species which make their home in North America. Their are aleo 8:2 others which find their way to this continent as strag glers from other countries An Austin man eent $1 in anawer to a a j advertiement which promneu tor loai Miuon. amount to tell "Why and he received tbe reply, 'Bectute I did fellow-Dwnsmagrief-strickeg ma-chin- suL'er with Kidney Complaints 'or need Hold by Penny A McAllster. Puri&er. n Blood J. Ii Jl.t I (Jll.tl.l.Vky THE Hiisioiirillle. t Most Excellent. J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxvllle, Tenn,, writes. "My family and, I are beneficiaries of your molt excellent medicine, Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption; having .found It to be all that you claim fjr It, desire to testify to Its virtue. My friends to whom I have recommended It praise It at every opportunity." Dr. King's New Diacorery for Consumption la guaranteod to euro Coughs, Colds, Ilronchltla, Asthma, Croup and every aCectian of tho Throat, Chest and Lungs. Trial Bottles Fre al Penny A McAUster'a Druj Store Larji !te. SL Eruption;, Hoof Ail, Scrow Worms, Swinney, Saddle Galls, Files. Y tiii: Tiimoi'insiii:i HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL 1ST RAPID SERVICE AUBDCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS. i 2 C Bnrnsi Scalds, Stings, Bites, Bruises, Bunions, StiffJoints, Backache, Galls, Sores, Spavin Cracks. Mui)i'A of aih:i.jm:. I the know ledso of the person taking It, ef. 'fctln? a apeeily and criiiaiieiit cure, whether Hie patient Is a inoilir.ito di Inker or an alcoholic wreck. 'lliniiHuinU of iliuukards li.no neon nude temperate men w have taken tlio ( lOltleu Specific III their rnffi'o without their knowleilite, and billee they quit drinking ol their own free will. No harmful effect results from Its administration. Cures guaranteed Send for circular and full particulars. Address - "ifllonce (Joi.hkn bi'i.ciric Co- ! NS Ohio y - Cruakenn?!, or Liquor Habit.can bo Cured by a .ministering Dr. Haines' Oclden Specific If e.ui be slve'i in a cup (it coffeo or tea wlth-ent MtwAattobeae!cetnker. Ia Vrtna llal7 wa sick, wo her Caatorla. Whea she wa. a Child, alie cried for Castorla. vrhon ,h'' eiae Miss, ho clan; to Casloria, rtb uou sn-- j un vniwren, ahe Sare them Castoria This tine Hull will stand the sea o us now com mencedat my slahle on tho Lati easier l'lko o half mile from btanford Court Homo al ti rwl'b lie prlillciio ol brbidlhi: tho cow un (lots , gel Jlonon, Jlomtn aud stiik to pleasant tour-If proros In call. Muuey due when tow til tbecovv you want to mto iiaii.y Mini have a is first served. Corns, i; O, ney, K Maiquls of Adeline's aire, Herbert, his sire Dcneial Passencer Agent, I u.cig Ah)11o aud Dam Imported boulbrrn Ueau- THIS GOOD OLD STAND-DI lly 1 Ickei Agents and UUueis. ty F. Ave., Luulsr le Ky Accomplishes for everybody exactly what Uclalniei! Marquis of Adllene'a dam, Adeline, bei sire I. A HicK.iKit, 227 UUVine M. lonsKMK, 12J at, Cincinnati. O for It. One of tbo reasons for tho great popularity of Importt-Uncle Tom dam imported ijidy Fish er, r'or further particulars as to pedigree see H. tho Mustang Liniment Is found In Its uulvemiil v. n. ii. applicability. Everybody such n medicine. ID. very line from celebratThe Lumberman needs It In case of accident. edThis Is a ol milkers young Bull the cow aKcuo, the fatally Including The llouacM Ife needs It for gencralfamlly Hie. greatest of htrday; her owner basing refusod I2V Tliu Cannier needa It for bla teams and his men. oOO for her, Tho Holiteln-rrelslacattle have taken the Tho Mechanic needs It always on his work lead aa the beat for the family, and n cross with bench. tbo hhorthorn produces a Terr fine animal. I Tho Miticrnecdsltlncasoof emergency. will buy all tho male calves begotten by this afcn-cIc- h It. Hull at gocd prices ,delverod at weaning time. The Pioneer AND The I'nrnicr needs It In Ids house, his stable, if. for the sale of and bis stock yard. 180-tauford, Ky ft Shall be rJuoond to no (Joantry Tho Hteniiibont limn or tlio lliintiniiii needs and umloubtcdlcy fiiHtcHt .sell-IiiK- T It In liberal supply afloat and ashore. Hotel in the State in iti Pare. lioolvy iHtbUHhcd thlM needs It It la bis best Tlio Ilorap-fnnclAppointmenti, or Atten! friend and safot reliance. The sale of this book lia? liccn unprecr-dentetion to Comfort of needs It It will save blni The Stnck-zrovrthe first edition of their Oaeiti thousands of dollars and a world of trouble, To solicit orders for our reliable Nuncry Hlock. having been Hold IcsH Tlio Knllrond tnnn needs it and will need It so Uocxlsalary andexpeusoiurCuuinUilou. Permain ( mannaM an 1 tlMEMe will be eonreyen to anr f rr.ni c ne nent employment guarantoed. Addrest at onrb, long as his life la a round of accidents and dangeri. stating age. H.XKI,!. At 1'I.A . It. vicinity. Tlio llacliM'ooilKimiii need It. There Is noth10 Commercial rrare era. Nurserymen, at. lmu, alo. The liar will ing like it as nn antldoto for tho dangers lollfo, Only such parties as arc limb and comfort which surround tho planter. ana pro We - r II tlty Tinita nf Mienrt iv) ClHar Tint Merchant necda It about Ids stoioatnoni; ' irlia.on . vided with the very best of . kmiont uf r'Mtionlira laBFj I' JUDJTr'JUAA lib, employee. A' cldenu will b ippen, whan an I l,,ret, ot tin-- . i..t oppur- can avail tlicin-.c- l jfHCJvsraats.J not Is V solj Wl ie these como tho Mustang UnfioT t U wanted nt one n ttinity tin ery .. H Zjf taui.Slrlolur.. Keep n Hal t lo Iu tilt' llauue. 'Tutlio but of , baiieiitau,Uito.a. For full particulars acldresi, HTAMi-UUDUY. eeonomy. Ale-il- t A- LI.V, Ktt-pi- i I hi- - I'aclory. Italuimedlatc CTKCaal;aie. iimoe-no- iitn llotllnln side Midn Jlre.ot, two .loj 1, IluJil, . V HARRY C. 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