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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888033001 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 1888 $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. 4M" rl ' 7"Y" VV" 4-- , V '"5R t T '; Vf9 rt -- ; ' k J ' V Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. COO Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.( FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1888. NO. 44. LTTMBEB. YA2VD i erup-tion- It was. in my power Hut I must pull up, or you will think MT. VERNON, ROCXCASTLE COUNTY. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. to help them when they landed," ho I am slightly "enthused" on l'ensaeola. I do to F. L. Thompson's for your The best salve In the world lor cuts, tirulies, modestly added, without telling us. the believe am, but the pull' is a "laborof wiirci, ulcers, alt rhvuin, (ever sorei, tetter, chipl'KAItiK 'VJllS IsOM). clothing. ;!t particulars of all ho would do for n ship-- j love." I'm not paid for it. ped H.iiiJh, clillhl.iin, lorm and all akin Pneumonia is quite prevalent thro'-oI have purchased wrecked crow. Our imagination supKvery breath of salt air has now life and pinltively cure pm,t nr no pay rethe lumber yards ofMessrs. C.eorife I). W earen and I M. Ilruce and will open LiriTKU KKOM (JKOIICKO. HAlt.VKH plied the details, knowing him as we do, and vigor tho county. quired It l to jrlve perfect s.itlsl.ic-tloin it for us all. ii big yard at the one purchased of Mr. Wearen , . . or ni'incy refunded I'rlce aj ctnbi per box Frank Moorc'n esiucs iiimoer in rouRh and dressed, I will carry wii-- I tho dear child Meeting ipiite a success. Praise the a large line of window sashes, doors and shingles, For a,!e liy A K I'enny, Stanford, Ky died of diphtheria Saturday. lor that he is. "Well," he went on," LOUD! 11" I.NTKNIIK.NCIA ST., l'KNKWnH,! lths.. posts and the picket fence formerl sold by .n. ctcu. S. R. HOPKKR Maucii 'J:', ltws. j Mrs. K. J. KvaiiH and daughters arij') r "when they sailed for home the captain Kver in Jesus, Is Consumption Incurable? Qko. 0. Hak.vks. I):.it Istkiiioiu Kvery pluutu tf rived from Zanesvillo "Wednesday. came to me and said: 'Wo can't repay Head the following; Mr C II M cirri, New DR. W. rENNV. FRANK V. IIKRnBT,D. D life can bo mut with lien'. One of you for your kindness and you don't Jack Stuki'H is the proud father of ark, Ark, iy "Was down with Ahces of MT. SALEM. the Iun.i, and friend ami physicians pronouncInvr, tlivui in Illustrated by the follow twins and Harve Mink a boy. &t want it; but we all have agreed that wo Itev. Allen Ittitt requests us to state ed ine me an incurable consumptive. Ilean (nun one of lutt wit's dully Ikmu-h- . want you to keep the good boat thatsav-Thompson is selling those nobby I that ho will preach at the Ikiptist church I)r Kln('New Discovery for Coniumption, In ItH miliia- Hlinjilicity ami Htralhtfoi-unrdni'hr- t, imI us, to remember us by,"' Call early for a suits rapidly. DENTISTS, am now on my third bottle and able to oversee the in .Middlehurg next Sunday. don't know Unit It can be work on my farm It is the finest medicine cer 490flice on Lancaster si., onoo. JITiLLL N itb what respect, afterthm littletalk, t Men can bo seen huddled up around I Imvu not heard whether HiirpasMiMl. All work guaranteed to give en W. A. Owens sold to George Denny made" Jee Middleware, Decatur, Ohio, iaj. site I looked upon thestoutyawland thought hero at present, but it is not because tire satisfaction. a tractofco.il land on Hound Stono for "Had it not been for Br King's New I)lscoery "Dominium'" linn Hlapped "Santo" jet. of the hfe saving it had done. It nod- they are for Consumption I would have died of Lung cold. It is Davison's road law. Ik'I us liojit' they inailc friendi. Theioi-eljj- ded gently at me, with JrMX). Trouble. Was Kv-- ' up ly doctors Am now THE BOTTOM KNOCKED rise and fall of Young man, you will lose your monOUT. in the llavor of tin' whole transaction Tho late rains have made a tide for in tlie liest ol health Sample bottles tree at tiny wavelets that beat against the ey if you do not buy your suit from W. A. it lVrinj's dru; store unmlttakiililc. What ler, as if to Kiy, "Yes! feel a little T. Kichards & Co. They now have on the log and timber men and they ate taks itu would ever pi at an oiioiu'iit In this proud of that job. It makes me feel ing advantage of it. The greatest reduction in prices ever known at so hand $1,NX) worth of clothing. Electric Bitters. W AI1 KR FIKI.DS' shoeing and repair Htyle? Tho Somerset and Level (Jreen mails good to think of it, tied up by the nose, This remedy is beconliijjjso.well known and o shop 1 hanking my friends for their past fasors Considerable trallio in nheep and I solicit the same m the future. All kinds Hut heie is tho document: were to this wharf, as I have to be; and long lambs is going on and arrived one dav popular as to need no special mention. Ail who done in the best of style and warranted of ssork to give here at present and late Notice. hae used Klectrlc Hitters sin); the same sonif of satisfaction or no pay. Anything in iron or wood here over the star route. to be out again, mounting tho 'white some farmers are refusing 10 cents per praise A purer medicine does not exist and it is that ) ou want give me a trial and be convinced, While attcinlliiK to my lawful Wo are told that W. L. Mmtin, ngt. guaranteed caps' and saving more lives." It looked pound for their fiVpoiind lambs to WALTER FIELDS, TurnersviIIe. to do all that is.lciaimed Klcctric mi the wharf hint Saturday inorninv.N'n-tfor the K. C. road at Livingston, will bo Hitters will cure all diseases of the I.lvcr and the Milton it was, every inch, of every at once. ('arrhitfiio, an oyMer dcaler,nliM'dtip will remose 1'impies, Hoils, Salt Ithcum and iH'hiud me and, without a word or any sturdy timber in its stout frame; every Mrs. Cox, a pension agent in this mairied to Miss Maggie Ojiiuii Thursother affections caused liy impure blood. Will me strong plank that lined her length and section, is sick and Mr. K. Tarrant is at- day. iirmocation from me, MT. VERNON, KY. and then ran away like a coward. bieadth, as if bidding defiance to wind tending S. O. Fish, of Iowa Point, Kansas, drive Malaria from the sjstem and prevent as to her business for the present. well as cure all Malarial I'"eers. For cure of Now if the Niid Santo I'lirriaann will Hast is a lio-- ri hand at such business. formerly a citi.on of this county, writes Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Elecmo t me in a fair tl;ht, without weapon, and wave. This old and Hotel is still maintainOystcro bolted, we embarked on the Mr. M. L. Kiehaids is going to Woodbine that lus wife died last week, after a short tric Hitters Kntire satisfaction gaurantecd or ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spethe Ik'M man win and all will lx ri'ht; money refunded I'rlce 5c and l per bottle at cial illness. if he will not do thin or apologize to me "Krnest James" (the captain's two boys attention to the traveling public. on luiMiics.. I intend to nlup him in the face whenevM. P. XEWCOMll, Prop., Dan Qiiiiui, while working in the A It Penny's drujr store give a name to his boat) and our colored Wo regret to learn that Mr. Win. er and wherever meet him. Ml. Vernon, Ky. oarsmen ipiickly rowed us upC'hico Ikiy. I.ipo, who runs a hack from Liberty to mines at Livingston a few days since, DoMLvuire Mttki. barrels at $1.75 at had some slate to fall on him, seriously SALT. What a lovely sheet of salt water it is; Yosemite, has not yet helled his mules, Isaac Hamilton's, Rowland OvMcr Healer, No. 10Sni.il 110 South Tarragon Mrect. varying trom a ipiaru-to u mile in After so ably explaining tho advantage injuring his "u'k-- , I ho LONDON, KENTUCKY, "l"1 V00"0 8 hork i,cll01 ,,,f,trut It takes idl nort of people to make a width; and two miles inland, branching and importance of those hells to Senator , right ami left in dumpy bitsof river; world, don't it? CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Kigney ami securing a perfect right thro mm iisaooiisncu wnen lirodlieatl was up a couple if miles each way till that gentleman, who caused a special act incorporated, has boon bv Our dear ('apt. IVttcrxon took iijmIowii they head in spring, or a tiny creek of to be passed by the legislature therefor, tlie county superintendent. Tlie district 25 Acres the lt.iv in a nail boat t",hN villa, a few Thoroughly Keiovated and Refurnished, (1uh up i, and the trip him a new en- fresh water. Tine depth of water, from in perhaps a single dav at a cost not e.x- - will be the same as it formerly was, ex- Two miles South of Stanford on Neat's Crick. Fare and Reasonable Prices, Day and night Address me at Carlisle, Ky W.CIIAIG Trains arc met by Polite Porters'of this Popular feet in the iIccxt parts to .1 or (1 near coodiug$-Vk)chantment for ux all. To pull out into we cannot see why he cept that it does not include' Hrodhead House. thix glorious harbor and wind in and er fdiore. lent-- shelving gradually, for does not put tliein on and let its hear limits. RAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP, Meshack Gentry is back from Bell out amouK the xhippini; at anchor, each perfect bathing; banks with every variety their melodious jingling daily. Perhaps outline, here a bold' bit of ho is waiting for money to be appropria- county on a visit. T. X. Uoberts has revoel with a raft of lop alxiut it, from of which it Ih taking in cargo, Is an invigor- bl ii II; there a line picturesque point jut- ted to buy the bells and straps, but if turned to Barbourville. K. M. Denny I taxing bought I.. M Lasley's scales and blocks THE GESTS' FURNISHER, and rented the cellar he occupied, I lll move ating night to behold. There urt not ting out sharply into the bay; pine for-c- this is the case wo think some friend and J. X. Urown, of Level Green, were there for the present with my meat. Remember the place, tinder VanArsdalestore room 513 4th St., Louisville. fringing the whole wavy margin and should advise him not to impose on good in town Tuesday. Conductor Chas. TuruharvcH enough to accommodate the W K KAMSKV ner was out the line one dav this week. multiplied keels ami as lumber is stretching hack into tlie interior, llsh of nature. si'Ti The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, Judge Fish is but little better. Jno. Procing line will always be found in my store. I am the one thini? exported, that can Ik.' tak the finest varieties fairly swarming; oysS. O. DAVIS, tor is improving some. Trlxle, the Romp Heiress. agent for the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the en in more handily, in fair weather, out ters clinging in native profusion to every One of the pathetic incidents con- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, fhest Laundry in the world. The audience at the Opera log and pile, ami grow ing rapidly if plantIn the Hay than nearer shore. You apptoach a lumber ship taking in ed in bedx, under the most favoring cir- House last night was delighted with the nected with the death of Mrs. J. K. Allen Ma. VJCKNON.KY. cargo, and it stares at you out of two cumstances; crabs in abundance also; pleasing rendition of "Trixie, tho Homp was the arrival hero Tuesday, one day Heiress," by Miss Jessie Honstelle and after the burial, of an only daughter, who Oflire next door to Whitehead's Dru Store, PURCHASING AGENT, Kreat Hipiare eyes, near the water, on ei- glorious strctche for a Mil boat to her excellent company. The play is a lives at Danville, coming to see her Special attention Riven to disea.es of children. in; in short, one of the most dether side of the 1mw. sections Hotel Emery, - - - Cincinnati, O. of the solid structure of the ship, that lightfully attractive bits of water I have pleasing romance of a young girl, who mother. She had not heard of her parWould thankfully solicit your patronage in ent's death and when told of it on her can Ik' removed mid put back, at pleas- met in much travel. All this only lj inherits a fortune and gains a husbahd chalng for people outside of the city, fr aliout the same old story, but nicely told. arrival, her intense grief was pitiful to To Fanners of Lincoln and Casey. of goods, viz Dry Ootids, Millinery, Notionsline of ure. They arc arranged for, in the con miles from lViisacola courtdiou-e- ; ami is all kinds, Furniture and Carpets The play introduces pretty songs, dances, behold. Wedding Outfits and Mourning Goods a specialstruction of the vesxel, and an-- , ut ague, in the "city limit.s" on paper. ty I also "chaperon" Ladies wsltlng Cincinnati Good Advice: "Don't waste your e rowed up to tho head of the right and a pleasing run of of specialties by alxiut three feet square. Through ther-I hac Hest the of Stiles' shopping or time talking spitefully to the station patent bought sase "Pride per NeUon" suuare Charges reasonable Telephone references given. We can 57. and there the good cap accomplished artists. The cast is good on 30 cent on appertures the long sticks of timber are lan" "f rail fence u ill make sour old fence thrift and easily stowed within. This '"in bad earring waiting to drive us throughout, each person in it being a agent, when you iind that you have miss- stand as Ion; after it Tails down as it has stood, star in his or her part, and as a whole ed your tniin. Buy a pint of peanuts and stronger than It I).ever was for rise cents per greatly facilitates the osxol's lading, ami back to town pannel. A. McKI.VXKY, (Casey We shall not soon forget this enchant- the entertainment is full of fun anddocs and scatter tlie shells all over the station Hustomillc, Ky saves the hoisting over the sides and putW I'. McKINNKV, Aseni, Stanford. what the author evidently intended-ke- eps tloor. That is about the only way in ting down hatchways, that has to be ing trip. STANFORD, KY ., tho audience in the utmost good which you can get even with the compaTlie reason I'ens.icolji has, thus far, redone in stowing cargo; in iron steamers, r KEIII. X.G IIOCk.EH.MiL A C. SINE, SITT. for example, where thee Mpiatv open- mained unknown, is that she has been humor. As Beatrix May, called "Trix- ny. If this does not attract attention, E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. STANFORD ings could not well be made. cut oil" practically from her own country ie," Miss Jessie I'onstolie is charming. then spit tobacco juice on the Move, She is only lit years old and certainly tloor and walls. It puts everybody in a Mot hailing vessels have four of these by lack of railni.nl communication; and MILL CQEMRY in culti- has a bright future before her; indeed good humor." r iier energy has been sipiare eyes in front; and when the Manufacturers m Thu old and Hotel still maintains tier gets too near the water line, bv vating her foreign trade in lumber. Al- she is far better than half the actresses LEGISALTIVE DOINGS. Flooring, d Colling, its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determm. the of the voxel's hull from the ways, in winter, her incomparable har who have scored great successes and Finishing Lumber. Mouldlnga, Sash, ed that it shall be second to no country Hotel in. the hearts of city audiences. Shu The Legislature has passed a hill reweight of cargo, these two ate fattened bor has been ctowded with shipping Etc. Saab. Doors and Blinds always tne state in us rare, Appointments, or Attenup; caulked; made Krfectly secure, and from many countries; hut all in sran-- of may well be called the 'fascinating lit pealing tho acts prohibiting the sale of tion to his !uesti. Ra;gagc conveyed to and In stock. from depot free i f charge" Special accommodathe rent of the load taken in at the "sec- one tiling the superb and cheap yellow tle favorite." As Bob I.inwood, the ar- liipior in Muhlenberg county. tions to Commercial Travelers. Gov. llucknersent in nine more ve- ond story" windows. These, too, are pine lumber that the Florida forests tist, Mr. Kdwin Ilanford proved himself equal to tho occasion, and won for him toes this week. He iooms to be the on- shut up when there is no more lading to yieiu in almost inexliaiistihle quantity. I do, and oil' goes the graceful creature, Tlie whole life of the city was a "Stove-doit-- " no!f sreat favor. .Mr. .1. A. 1'H.ipo cap-- ! ly mini ut l'r.inkfort with n level heiul. We receiving one. To victual, supply and I(,;ul turtil his nmlience by his mu.iicnl spec Hoprosentauve (. oclirano, of Spen- eicKant lias c received and are daily We hase our with white, outspread wings, beaiingher lineof bpnug Milliner left these foreign voxels was the entile am- initio., while Tony West, the "coon," cer, has ollered a bill fixing the Nilary of twining undone to make our stock first class TO THE CITIZENS OF stowed-utreasure to other climes. throughout llcsides our Millinery, e will have LINCOLN COUNTY. wns a uener.il favorite. Tlie rest of tho the State Treasurer at $4,000 per annum, a well selected line of Ladies' Embroidery Call IVautiful is the panoramic glorv of bition of 1'ciis.icoliaus. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill in and examine our stock Store on Lancaster st cnot was koimI. IVru, Iiul., Kvoninj,' payable in monthly installments. Hut a now ent is dawning on her busithis oxipiiMto thcet of water. The wind the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to lo COURTS & COX. equal in quality of dour, we think the alliens ol Demagogue Kagin's bill was parsed was not in our favor, and the stout col- ness men. A branch nulroad put them Journal. the county should have countv pride enough to At Walton's Opera IIoum', April 2. in the House requiring all goods made with the country north of them. patronize and sustain the same We wish to inored oarsmen propelled our little li.uk as sss s form whom it may concern thai we are in the by convict labor to be marked in some we slowly crept down the graceful beach, The possibilities of oilier industries llnd market to buy your wheat and corn and will alAs an antidote for a coiiMiinptivo tenways give the highest market price for same. We place easily seen witli the words "confor the mile and a half that separates the a congenial home in this favomble site dency it is claimed that cream acts liko J T IIAKKIS has opened on Lancaster St., have added some new machinery to our corn meat vict made." and healthy locality are just looming up a department and can now make meal to suit any captain's house from the city's centre. next door to the Interior Journal office, a charm, ami serves all the purposes inIt cannot lie equalled by any Tho judiciary committee decided htock of saddler)' goods which he will sell private- person.vicinity We solicit a trial in ourother mill Tlie girls sang their little Hindus- before hitherto optics; and tended to be horvod by cod ly during the week and on csery Saturday and in this flour and liver oil, with that the laborers' lien bill was vetoed meal department. All having grain in our line by court das will hob auctions, wnen" he will dispose for sale will please call tani songs, greatly to the admiration the Kip Van Winkle slumber of this much greater certainty and effect. at the Mill, where our of all kinds ot harms and saddlery goods the governor too late, and it i now a agent will be found at all times, who will give the of. our boatmen. A darkey's natural ex- queenly city is about broken. The llrst persons consumptively inclined, best prices for same. Ilran and shipstulT always J II HlLlfW DAMS law. It gives them a prior lien for their is a good, hearty who recognizes the new era will make pression of delight in stock. V. X. POTTS, those with feeble digestions, uired people wages Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co. J51 tf s on railroads, canals and all public laugh. Deny him that, and you oblitei-at- e tlie fin tunes. The boom is bound to and those inclined to chilliness cold buildings. and him. It was ludicious to behold our come, indeed is almost begun. Its ba extremities aie especially benefited by a IIBSLKRS Senator Ilanis introduced a bill pio- oarsmen. iiiey nearly cnokeu to sup- sis; liberal use of sweet cream. viding that tho (iovernor and Secretary I. l'ensaeola is thu only ical press the merriment tlfat bubbled up s It has now been decided in tlie courts oi miuo snau menniaiiv H?ioct one or from the depths of their miihical na- seaport and safe haibor on tho (lull ROWLAND, KV, of six ilillerent States that the men who more charteied National banks of tho ture". It was the "unknown tongue" Coast. Have Jut opened a new stock of Men's and. Hoys' 'I II iw- tli.. iwtiiriti.1 iiniiil .. .1... ......... precipitate a strike and cause a loss to n State, which shall be tho depositories of Clothing, Hits, Cans, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, .. .... .v..ir.v jrwiiit ill nil- ll'lll that "got" them. Nations and Family Groceries. Also dealers in contractor can be held liable for (Immur the public moneys of the State for two Coil Country produce taken in exchange for Jtyandbywe reached the mouth of growing South American trade. 'J. It is on of tho healthiest spots, sumes. Tho precipitators are, however, the years from tlie 1st of January next suc- goods at lugheit market price Conic one, c me the Baoii I'hico, where the captain's all, and learn the advantages in trade "possessions lie." Wo sent back ourbor1 mer and winter, on tho continent. Cli- chaps who always wriirelo out of anv re ceeding such selection, but tho Governrowed sail boat and got into thocaptain's mate far pieferablo to the soft ipul balmy sponsibility and who live in clover while or and Secretary of State shall have powLOUISVII.LK, KV. t, eastern coast of Florida lovely as that the workinejuen uro reduced to starva- er to change these depositories at any own, for our fiuther voyage up the MEN'S . time. tion. llrst halting on his private pier to eat is. 3Iuti.il i I. Tlie navy yard is already heie and biiih many oysters as we wanted; the A receipt for a wash or nnyothor prepCo., PhilaA man may biiild,hi.s house of paper, FINE FURNISHINGS, valves being simply drawn up in n rake the moment Northern jealousy, now on aration for the hair that will make it and put in paper "window gltis," eat from a bed of them, all around tho pier, its "last legs," will admit, it will spring, curl: Take borax '2 Underwear, ounces, ium arabic his dinner from paper plates, till his It Is an old and thoroughly reliable, conservative s where they had been planted as "young-Bters,- " with a bound, to the place of a drachm, add hot water (not boiling); stomach indigestion don't count witli couipanv, now In lU 41st vear witli Ji 1,500,000 Hosiery, assets and i, 500,000 surplus Its rates arc as were now fine fat fellows, and ship builder. The "C. S. Xavy" will not stir, and as soon as tho ingredients are paper pulp, blow his nose witli a papar low as any old and reliable company, with diviGloves, always be the shadowy myth it is. "llrit-ani- a dends unsurpassed, a reputation Homo of them prodigious. disholved, add!! tablespoonfuls of strong handkerchief, buy his wife a paperpiano excelled by none and plans to for fair dealing suit everybody. rules tho waves," 1 know, but CoTho captain's beautiful sail boat ho Fine Custom Shirts spirits of camphor. On retiring wet tlie or a paper organ, and now ho may go to Would call the attention of business men to its new endowment, accumulated surplus and 6 per built himself for ho is a perfect nauti- lumbia is bound to be L'd best in tho near head witli tho above liipiid. his grave in a papercollin. Tlie collin cent guaranteed bonds plan of policies. MVSI'KCIALIV. cal genius and ho can say ho planned future. f Women insured on the same rate as men. s may be paid for with a piece of paper, 4th and Main. JOHN K. KAULKNEIt. r. Tlie lumber is inexhaustible. l'atti lias made her "last appearance" her; cut out every timber; planed every District Agent for Kentucky. "jm and his death published on another (I. Tho factories for the supply of the times, her "positively last appearance" board; fastened every bolt; drove every piece. nail; painted and fitted her out, com- South American trado will never llnd a nine times, has "permanently retired ss THE FLORENCE plete. She sits ou the water like a duck better locality than this; and once a rail- from the Mage" seven times, has"retired Don't wasto'your time talking spiteful to spend her (Inyo in her castle" three ly to tha station agent way to Memphis is built, tho cotton will and is a "daisy." when you llnd I saw n stout pour into thiB port for European ship- times and is now getting readv to take that you have missed vour train. 15u5 Itesido 1iis another whack ut the public ifnd retire LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ship's yawl, tied up, that sat sturdily up- ment by tho million. a pint of peanuts and scatter the shells I have bought the right to sell the Florence again. Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish 7. Xo liner site for a gnind city of maon the wuter, riding with immense buoyall over tho stutlon floor. This is about all who may wish I0a save their clothes from the ancy, the sort of a craft one would liko ny hundreds of thousands can bo found; Syrup of Flgt rubbing to the tho only way In which you can get even THE LARGEST AND FINEST washing.and tearing incident it and old process of be convinced. Take one and try to bo in, with u high sea running. I pure water, lovely climate; romantic sur- Is Nftture'i own truo laxative. It ii the with tho company. I'll not worry you about buv ing unless you are fully satisfied as to its merits. HOTEL IN THE CITY. asked tlie captain what she was. roundings and laud and sea advantages moit eaaily taken, and th most otToctiTO The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we "That boat has a hlatory," ho answer- taken into comparison and considera- remedy known to Cleanse tho System The Most Agreeable take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, men from going to tion. As well as tho most eOectivo method KATES $2.50 TO ed. "She twvi'il when Bilioua or Costive; todispol Headand without hesitation pronounce it a $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- every particular, doing all that Is claimedsucceis in for it: ofdlipolllng Headaches, Colds, and Fevers, . The fisheries are, the ltottom. She belonged to a Kritish and aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure HabitWm. Daugherty, J W. Wallace, Dr. lUurne. ING TO ROOMS in tho Gulf. variety, unsurpassed. .Such Mrs. S. I'. Sailer. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis banpio that wus wrecked beautiful ual Constipation, Indigestion, Filet, etc. or Cleansing tho System, is by taking Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. L, Dawson, C. Vanoy, For four days they were out in this assortment of game fish it would ho hard Manufactured only by the California Fig a few doses of tbe pleasant California liquid Mrs. Amanda I'eak, (Seorge Peyton, Aicx Si RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOTKL. C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R, TURKISH fruit remody, Syrup of Figs. boat, in tho upon sea, and at last were to find. Oysters grow to everything on Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. K. Barrow, A. M. Feland and many others. M.F. KLKIN. picked up by a passing vessel, that ran which a shell can bo attached. For sale by A, R. Penny, Stanford. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Headquarters at S. S Myers' store. IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. I 1 i, ut across their track. V j open-hearte- open-hande- d I no-di- ll D S i'Hi-l- tak-in- g Fenny court-house ECarbart. - b.u-gai- n. 1 n Analo-Saxon-Inra- 1 first-clas- s 1 water-boun- d hii-i- ne o bode-livere- d Kid-ney- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. pu-die- over-hoar- d to-da- y I Sj-l- Sesen-bush- cl r JACKSON HOUSE. FOB. SALE. run-nin- g House and Land First-clas- s 1 1 , I 1 207-t- f. WOOD WALLACE, st j-- good-size- d MISS HARRISON, man-ouv- re Tlu-MMir- f. pur-an- y v sight-seein- '- b-.- low-e- PLMISG well-kno- cap-tare- Weather-boarding;- , MHiZ.HTSB.7! STQTICE p SADDLEBY! tirst-cl.i- ss short-sighte- d He-sid- es K K KikToar&D.aL-sn.-IV- lirst-clas- General Merchandise, - bin-le- INSURE In tlie Peim Insurance delphia. IJfe first-clas- 1 isss -'7 boat-hous- THE GALT HOUSE, WASHING MACHINE e 11 Uoltz-cla- i i ft v3e f. .- r -- 1 ..xi-wu- . f- . . "''.,. i ,s . ' mm t r I v Vf r - V i l . us s. i Lrcbnnuu (gud Mi The floods along the Vistula, Elbe Selt-msubmerged forty villages Benedict Tliurnher and Fanny ImteriorJournrl of lard adulteration, which is nam w u snd Oder have cigfit thousand persons Semi-Weekobtained marriage license Weduesrendered made of nlmoat apythtng except hog j. and circumstanccp. ,ll,v' homeless and in ruined ,...,.: ... .. ... .. A retired pork pucker of St. Louis testidis-- Mr. Win. M. totit is comiiuMi i. ...- A shortage of K)0,000 has been 3Iahck 80, 1888 fied before the committee that lanl is Stanfokd. Ky., was thought V. Hoyce, in the accounts of 11. home with pneumonia. He manufactured from diseased hogs, en- covered Willcinantle, Conn., to be iuqiroving Wednesday evening. n chemical treasurer of the trails, hoofs and hair and Ho was a rcpubli- M. II. K. Wolfolk and family, wltol W. P. WALTON. analysis of some of Armour's shows lo Savings Institution. lost their residence by tiro last Friday, per "cent, of stearine and only -'' per 11 1 Young Cox, of Springlleld, Mo., an- at Mrs. II. Messiek s, ... 'it.. .....!!. lttu uil'imt. have taken rooms - LKI1ANO.V. KY W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. who really ought to rent, of Rood lanl. Another linn s nounces .. A OKLUI t, 1'ropirilor, Sr.vF.it.u persons """- Mr. Wolfolk will com that noiwimsi".."..' )ii4th street. the sense, have said to in, "If showed : per cent, of water and .... i... .... !u fnntvi.r ruined by his mence to rebuild as soon as the weatner j i ( lmvo better ms. H Doon. Sli, llnJ, Krmt.. seed LONDON, KV, r.nv. Huckner is the watchful man you balance made up largely of cotton Manlle.. Illket.. Cornier.. vitriol, he intends to is suitable. liehinit, cowardly father's niln.lrr.. Vian.Ui. M .ic rniil. didn't he oil and other urease. The developments for hire Rive him credit for being, why Counim HO......K. I.utnlier. WJ. Shnifle.. The M degree of Masonry was con g nC.ooJ lurnnuu anil aJ.ll lior.e;ne lwuy and marry her. squirm jn.. I.onilon l ,rA.Dnblc term Kiiuch nJ v..o Davison's road 1)111?" Jit is not the have caused the makers tovengeance. Sixteen Mormons at Proro, l tab, ferred on Mr. W. 1). I'OWOII, oi na.rwur-bur- ienl Willi on the railroad lo. ' Putc lo'" ll.c Scmlfor price, l.efnte bti)lnclericrc. 'S of this in the niounuin tetln'ii of in irovornor's tirerogative to veto bills un the consumers to howl for and lined ''e bv Franklin bnlge No. -have been given six months more than one place. Dr. K. M. Wiley and Messrs. less thero are constitutional oojecuons woods of the 11th District are full $:00 each for living with Tiik to" thorn or they militate against the pub' redeem it trom wife, contrary to the provision of the James T and M. V. Wil-o- n of the ,thng unconstitu-- 1 of possible candidates to lic irood. There is an Kdmunds law. bretiireii were present. " , tional in the road bill . passed and the rimucy himself, (Jen. iiimiuiiiii is vi... villnmi of Xinnescah. Kits., was J. B. McFcrran trustee of F. W. nounced ii.wr.-v,.governor did not know but what every MilnkiiiL' about doing so and so is by n tornado. Only three sold at auction Welnesdey child, to say nothing of confectioneries, man woman and They also say houses wereleft standing in thojown. ti... ut.wk of another Adair man. 17 seritheir sisters and their cousins and their of year, and buy Waddle, of Somerset, is cogi- Three persons were killed and etc., iMilonging to the latter. Your 0. H. The following list of goods, s.iitablc for this time aunts, were howling for it to become a that whether to run or not to run. We ously wounded. asked iiImiiiHOO people what tating law'. So, dear, ignorant friends no An Indianapolis man has received a sumthe Nile footed up, but nooneknew. be surprised if ho would not can be laid on (Sow would not blame whatever man the demo- letter from Homo that reports Hon. Igan McKee, chairmun of tlie them of me and get the best: be the most available health, brok- Boyle county tviublutin committee, has Buckner. The blame iH solely and encrats could select. He is a sharp fellow, J. Ci. Blaine is in wretched MISCELLANEOUS. to called a mass convention of the republitirely on the individual who, without CANNED Q00DS. a good orator, ami would en down physically and not likely anybody but his master, a fine mixer and cans of the county for Saturday next at likely come nearer carrying ruiasM un... liv. iln year out. Gal. Erap. Pcache3, Bradley, had the bill passed against reaSmith Stewart, a farmer residing : o'clock, for the purpose oi eicin8 ... California Peache3, any other democrat. " " Apricots, Ind., while pre- delegiites t) the State ami dMrict son and against sense. " near Hohnan Station, Pears, which meet in Ixmisville May Col. A. M. Swopk, in a letter to the paring an onion bed, uneatrhod n jar govDried Peaches, Apricots, W.v. Dorshkimkk, Maysville Republican, says he is uncom- containing SI 2,000 in gold and silver Turkish Prunes, of New York, when Tilden was ernor Raspberries, promisingly for Sherman and Hawley. coin. . Mrs. Maria Watson, of Frankiort, Cooking Figs, governor, and at the time of his death Grated Pineapple, This too in face of the fact that Brer There was a tremendous landslide died Tuesday morning of pneumonhi at sudeditor of the New York Star, died Mince Meat, place on the Depot at C. C. O'Bradley Nvahta the second Sliced Pineapple, on the bluff facing the Union the residence of her sister, Mrs. denly in Savannah, Ga., Tuesday of pneuhand Judge Denny Kansas Citv, Mo., caused by the heavy Young, Of this place, death .was Apple Butter, Her ticket. On the other Early June Peas, monia. He and his wife left their home did not take any stock raiiw. damage to property is unexiK-ctewas not thought to be Preserves, Great who erstwhile as she Lima Beans, several davs ago, at which time i.ihe was uli..iti.vr in Bradley is for him for viee- ...i.:..i. threatened. , -Mackerel in Buckets, wrionslv ill. The remains were taken e .ou -Pie Peaches, in perfect health, out aU thm a,m -Kaiser William loft a little fortune to Frankfort Wednesday morning. Mrs. " Cod Fish, . ; developed in o uic , rapidly Corn, u 1i1h favor. of $7.,,000,000. He was a little les than Watson was a daughter of the late John i.:n.,.i i;... It., held many omccs oi White Fi3h, Swope, I...H ,. rich as Vanderbilt, and almost as Tomatoes, o(i The crowd scented to be with Crittenden. Hominy, trust and honor during his life of Denny rich as .lav Gould. Queen Victoria has. J. Oysters, liowever, for hu was chosen over -- Of all the Yankee born plans ot years, including Congress, I. S. District dodge Dried Beans, delegate. :t) nr 10 millions. Salmon, make money the "memorial card" Attorney for New York ami others near- for district who get $5(V) salary is the most disgusting, Several iersons Bulk Pickles, All Dostmasters Sardiue3, ly as important. Ho was a strong Not a day paes over his honored and over are now required to back stamp recently lost Bottle Pickles, hi this vicinity who have of Cleveland's administration and white head which does not demonstrate Chipped Beef, letters. Heretofore tne friends by death, have received from a Catsup, loss will be felt by the President in that the election of Simon Bolivar Buckhis Corned Beef, of letters was only required to be done at (inn In M.Teliantville, X. J., a Mack Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. of Kentucky was the the Kmpire State.' ner to lie governor Deviled Haw. offices of the SI, 000 class and higher. enameled card the sie of a cabinet pho- act ever done by a grateful condemocproudest is i ....:..:.... ln. iiiiiii.. of the deThere is this difference. The It begins to look like Shermanall. not stituency. Hei a man all over and the their own dis- ceaJi Ho - racy discover and oxpoo favorite son of Ohio after middled or such a UY STOCK OF STAPLE GROCERIES HLl'MYS FULL bo at the head of affairs durto it totheri honest officials. In the case of ;.1uito(l his choice for delegates to the verv one to initial that d.K-- not cxi i thcho troublous times. outMdeof the parly has wilh u hackneyed vere Asleep . convention from the Sth district, but, nig ,..... ,.lir.vi.n imp ;m old (J rover Cleveland .we , regard nun as uie ... HUM .i ... ....... .., . it w... rceoivetown Times. i ij. Jell"'. hlcNM-- sleep," rte. An ,, HI t lllllll IWO oilier inu.. "Dear ..:.,.. ....r.l viiiiii;i.',limine graum '"""- The North .lellico uui ... ,...-enemy, the other an .. uus ji.ir " 1UIII Hii'ii'h tjH. jKlI,m i.d.he; red that wrong h,:w-it- t Frj,1(r u.Hh demands a full and coin- - lately organized, will open man. Perhaps Gen. Uindnun is " that their "Dear Friend after all about the big and warm Heart iWbnnk. instigation of the allairs of the mine at WixHllnne, wnn scan.. the linn learns a MuW,x 1U, that the CompriMiiS Kirly Kosc.Hc.tuty of Hebron, Peerless and Sherman's bosom and that nwUtor,H aJw, lin,i it lIKUt to be order-h- e oOO tons uily. Have n four-foMvW that beats. in J.OU0 acres of cuil! really is the cold, unsympathetic in- hr ,lhlKH.Ullll m, that Scrious vMTV!i l,ilVe been made They ow about . taken to be. At dividual lie has been hm mA u irf Aw lK)th to j,me ' TheSeenth Annual Kncaiiipinent sl...nl.l theie be any mistake in Hie when the his homo folks seem to m-- ; least some of ty th.lt they eitlt.r i,0 in printing it may !. ivturned of the & We do not believe of the Grand Army Kentucky will be mistake willbegla.lly revtiueo. ruimv. the little belief. to proved or verified. tlie Department of on the "Dear Friend" i toM"Ueiiiemlier held at Maysville, April 1" and IS. this memorial card is sent to you for in- (J rand Commander ltea is expected to i.ii. ... :... s.)eetion; you are miner no .v " investigation ordered oi uie acpresent be that the III1U , , ...r, BXTLB: --Tliis pK,r fellow eou.an counts of the abscoml.ng ireasurer o nll.hlnellt trhll 0f 'Mlonesf H(nl r n ., ' ' lliat, Kentucky will prove a farce tenby. 0f course nu.kt.t: Andrew Sheet, a wealthy fat inUM ,)f NUm. 0f course l be Mthe result of such an with the ,r near Indianapolis, comnntted suicide ,ould no doubt ly whh . UM t HW n mwly . fonna, affair, ' f ,ltf U(lvam.c, u iri a , y by dmwnill(:, on accoun of a th e.it investigation in Ohio if he defaulter Highest Market Trice Paid Kor ttlwl nn onU,r w MolheHroun, was a republican with the party in tli,scolU, l0t ,IUW 1r.uu done beforethe tll,r,,.h.of-,.omises..tbtt' tla scheme &v. The power republican. an old maid. Canada act was aceoiiiplislu one and In this latitude at HAMS, SIDKS, SIIOULDKKS AiNM.) .JOWLS. in- crowded -- Thiw thoiwind than a sweeping examination, it mattersill xtiu least NEWS CONDENSEO. vvl.om it will hurt, will satisfy lionlhmMi ... Washington to witness tll , MTvii-cof Chief Justice and this they LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ebt Kentucky democrats Kniirnf the Hald Knobbers have .i... r....Mi Wednesday. An Kpiscop.il bisii-o- p intend to have Waite I....... v..iiti'iu'ed to die July th. Tlie martins have come and winter Mo,,,k' conducted them, after which the repe.haps' -T- homas is surely gone. ?""" , Bno. llmx, poor fellow, has mains were taken to Toledo for burial. failed for Co. are filling up their Powers Paper Boxc3, eutrered from both and has a right to banking lione In . Uev. Charles teas-leAt llopkinsville -- Another severe Morn, is raging with goods. "Uro. llarnes in the iNTim.ou of the colored Baptist church, pastor a northern Wisconsin and Minnesota. Mrs. Mary Day, t uiciunoini, is .lotitNAi. a few daw ago pronounced IN lAJtiihville the great found bis wife in the arms oi anuiv IS ' congregation. visiting her mother, Mrs. It. 11. Fox. unio'iv on uie iiiuie, mm u" game of luno ....u Flack, a member of his of Talmage eulogized the the .uothe.-iA. II. Kiit.' will remove ids stock o Hanes-lluentiThe enraged preacher attacked his Notwithstanding such able and in- 15alli.nl county Thomas -Ihis hardware to K. W. Han is' old stan.l. law. while limit- - treacherous brother with a club, and a -- Letcher Owsley is at home on a visit advocates, however, it is ditli- - tan shot and killed lumselt Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Sati3factory.-Erecovery is doubtful. of these mem-- . in - from tlie Annapolis Naval Academy. cult to believe that either Milton Andes was arrest e at lurI'lio N'ew Jersey le islatuio passed' K. W. I.illard bought of his brother hers of the society is any better than as he was gelling 'ao io ..... horse the local option bill over the governor's bourville painted." a blooming K. C. l.illard, of Anders", i tine tjiey have hen oir witli Miss Susan Kane, MARK HARDIN, Clerk. veto. unsophisticated mountain girl. He forfJVi. aj. p. p. Johnson Avill probably be but ln:cK.sTi.v Judge Toney, of Louisville, our citizens wits given a black charged One of u wife in Virginia and it is calling for "hen fruit" decided that the wages of a man with a cllL.t0,i to SULrecd County Judge .Shari, has indictments are pondinis in eye on Monday for that three family were exempt from garnishee, ()f j:!lvettL.. at a certain store in town. of New Orleans killed that State against him. is at even 'for necessjiries furnished. Judge 1.. F. Hubble, of Birmingham, lenders' dynamite fae- Williams jKcrtusc hU political allies . Fields, of the Mine city, holds, however, He looks liko tlie t TT......1..1.. V V ., Dr. W. S. O'Neal's. . Inn', tttll . eS WCM OI IHl.vr.ii..v., ... '"... , .1 . . "both the letter and the spirit of urt0(i .. .,.1. .southern climate agiees with him. -" . be of Depu- - was completely tieiiiousiie.i u , father-in-laij,., tlio Ktntute orovide that wages tdiould I'nelc .Ionian 1'e.kin", an aged citiami ucsiroj ' . .... couniy, :.. :u urn ..mi iutirt. i. ... i" killed himself at his home Hion The foice was ternlle liable to debts created for food, raiment tv "'. """""" i" oilier zuii ot tins . Mr. lender.' iiweliing otuer .. for tlie liimiiy, .jL.alllie. or house-ren- t . ' . i. ,.f n mile away. tertaiueii that lie may uoi " ..,..,. . was u real innniings . .:..:,,.-- , t bi unable to obtain Tlui Into Mr. Dorslit-linen . i.:ii...i . . ' nan none i. . .1' !... 1. .Seven men wvic ,i niMi.t tineliesand weigh-credit at all,' " . IK,i,,,lr"" . tlm Louisville Cominoii huv his spring goods, .ioiiii . a ' IMIlIllllli l'lir .....i.i.... !.., .i... iHiw.iis' of .mil family have returned from Nimerset. ok ' Jlmm.i: S. (1. Siiaiii- has been appointfwt(( miow mwlt t,,0 miM ,l(- IM.iU 7i I IIIM'llll'n Ulllt Hi statutory. W. II. Khinaird is in Louisville. T l, treaMirer of Kentucky with mil- national banks are entirely wl temporary snowing, A i Miss Margaret Stuart, of Iowa, who A bond VM The act of Congres-- . creating thorn allows Gov. lluekuer and ha-- acrepted. sL.ll has been sick at the home of her paper and to .iiiugc 100 them only to nf.aiM.000 was reouireii. ... . The sureties of Tate have had ' sr I'liuirinim of - the Male oemi... J. J. Johnston, sutleied a - exchanges, but prohibits them from pur.T n lHnl "i r.nnis f i.l.l wh Ukv W.'dnesdav niulit and at this Wiit- chasing meicantile paper. rnii..?Hi.e and county judge of Fayette. neiico levied on for their benefit Thursday morning, is not expected by The Kiver and Harbor Lomiiiiuee ing, His countymen protest almost m a no .j h.vvu ),IH. nlurt, CttmilvtA report to to live. Watch-,i,i- . in MhMni mi. completed its labors and will Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical ainst his resig...n the latter o.uce to K. W. Morrow, of this city, drew the . House a bill providing for an expenin thogifo fanybo. , o y other yAwm lt llliy tho .. ... ...i. nn ii iii u iin ii n !.;,. i, uvw rnlllfil at Stanford, it i "is IS HieUUK riti mnnv vnn.rs' p.xnerience. all work done with neatness !ui.4:t:,,.7s:;.l.). .iif ..a. which shows how highly the esteem ateix him. dispatch, fully insured. Sp.ctaclos und Eyo Giassos to suit tho There was a tremendous rainfall in e.st 1.,.!... imit u Tuesday night, which did great mil whom Alabama awav liere ly uie .ews, hiihk " "". ktrilin:l'( ers the work for two years. !.,. ...lti.-ii "l " '''"iv w.' th old . . -. wale.., eye. made a mistake in not maKing a j.ian.age aim whim.Mone, ol tne ini i iat io r man. ami .i Morrow the nature (.5eiier.il Manager opening the, of trains. .. .. being himself in the jewelry business. n i.itn declared in her npeeeli cago, Burlington & liuim-- syhtein,; is Ticket No. 1! drew 'the :m machine about 157 vears of age. no coui.i......,- Central News on mo at the bottom round, is given away by the that if iiiiini"0 was not gnuueo labor, iiiu,ai. ifin.juijj, children were bu.ied under a heavy railroad service afraid of work. with that the lucky man is learn It was Monday. women will sUike hands ,.,a,.i mi.l not . . ,..sm. wicinHsts withnnaic lists, ami you mass oi eariu. after they Mr. Waters, of your city, and of the !.,. " I... Ull'l ml.l tho endnoei-s,appropna ting III) of ioi -C- ongress passed a bill revolution It is now in onici come to terms, "strike and be TiiiiioiiJoniNvi.. in this ,c- - sywo for the m neral expenses o Cl.iel- could not the said IsrKiuoit Joins i. to give awn., 1." . . . . Justice Waite. This is the way the peolet the editor of the New " iSu-- B OaltaBher. Thiiteeii davs befoie lus iieaui, a machine and nli.'w nionev eocs. ' took out a or soul of his force draw it. UodenTlioii.iHon', of Fiiyutte, many --The lloo.ls along u.e . K. K. Krvin, who has been pasMutual Tins infernal weather has made submerged 10 villages S10.01X) policy in tlie New ioik )ler haw IJekl'iesOyteii.inciiurcii Company, aim mi........ torof the Paint lmt none lind rendered s.000 persons homele.ssand Life Insurance accepted .i call the devil is the author of it. of his dentil was signed by for four vears past, has the ceititicate reathan Bro. l.ogun, of the j,, rullwi giving tlm cause from a church at Shelby, N. C. His was heavily .eiponsible physicians, "misvilleTin.es, who henceforth and is slated that T.U account of his health, it was reused pay- son forgoing is on with the Mdelity of bis death, the policy lus ioii- atvii.7M-ayVr;.s' k.-will advocate it with all the into the wheat deal t tz..' aw Aif hmum company suspected foul play lie taken with him tho love of ment. Tlie theirrepToshioieyou.iK lmK at uneiuiiau i"i payment giegatiou and the good wishes of all w ho t ,tlid hence the rcsWa.ico to the .,... 5100,000 in that item alone. ' which suit has been knew him. There is no better man than i'i. house of Mrs. Peter Kei line, of of the money, for Mr. Krvin, and the eliure.i in rami i.uk ' r T wlS iriTt I IT ill H r 'WTiliT ,,mu,'1' j,lti,Hmt, X. Ik, was liurned dining the 01 Tin: whole State is howling "(2" road have will find it diilicult to (ill lus pluci di.cetors of the --The Col.Johm.toiiwasperiniiie.no juineo of the mother ami two young resolved to unanimously approve of the ))UnRll to ,k..ltli iuvestigatlng committee to examine liermany has suHered $.0,000,000 wtfiv the I io president's course during the late strike, damageH by the Hoods. ' Seventy-liv,lWeH, of l'aris, died (;(iorfl, N Tate's papers, &f., i" thoTrcasury. a to oiler in and consider it is their duty ouglitto have been shoved aside. cities are inundated. viiftr- - ))f M,,f (.h()nt.u Hl.t.ihlon shenanigan steady .esistance, regardless of luminals of seals are in tlie harbor w o time now for and nover voluntarily speak One room, There to any attempt to take the fearless of at Plymouth, Mass. They mo ing to any one in that time. . ... f'ilv ON , STOCK of the road from the hands in """' '" to approach within cashier of the Tin: movemeiu switch-me- n and will allow boats Tlie president and lie Tho places of tlm pivsunt. National Bank have joined Us owners. easy gunshot. Sealskin cloaks may bo was never so great as at and de- Kaleigh State are being rapidly tilled and tl.eroad cheap next season. thebank'H wholo hluir Is about to slide in in Canada well. wluch Tate is now moving tolerably molish tho ambitious little city, boom. funds and it has failed for $50,000. up u has Btrivcn mi hard to work DANVHJLE,MYLE COUNTY. Cox orksh is investigating the question m glrty, fI ! 1871. 1868. plaMbiK Mill, ly i I I i"... )rtJ " '' I ''. - I Har-r..Ulio- inK-eiic- 4 con-ventio- ns M. ., ..,,. - sup-'port- er iiacK-siiiinpn- repubii-...1uUmii..lio- s -- - r.- - - otit-niul-o- ut -- MEW YOltiC SIvKI i.n'..' ot c IIU IOIU'Ef ( dis-elin- TarniTE vsi.x.OTar oimioist sets. -, is - ""... A1TD TPTTEl CABDE1T SEEDS. 4 y ,,t t ,. 'i"'1 J wrtln. uiu ' 1 y, 1 xtoiv-hoiis- e - THE BEST tar THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. n- n al I j f j',i0 i,-i- K't-Ua- ,, de-th- at -- 1111 . I w , sllt.rilI-sCott- . 1 M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- r "m"'" I 1 . I '" jo-en- ,'....A n-- i '"'"h brother-in-- - I 111 1 -- - i - s . . "".. ..,., ".i' , di-eo- ,.. w.l i.. law, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. , 1 "' 1 . .- - S:C:! I u!5K3iS"1 "" i - "60PFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. 1 I s- fillover,!" S "irrepi-oxsibilitvo- 1 d- - . i . i.u, j lifter f ifi.iaia t-y- -j- ini. ft m&sm ?rgaaaiSaSni n e conse-ouencc- s, "WAXil FAFEB and FTJK1T1TIJEIB. ALWAYS j man-n.-eme- nt 1 . 1 ." COMPLETE HAND. 1 witliS-K.OOOo- i IIM'I ' IHIIMjM 2IZ MMMMlM. W A,r, V 4. . a.-- A , iriii.ii - ,.rf iiVm i -. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Seed Sweet Potatoes at W. II. gins'. lli- - Hhjiirnt price paid for Hams, Sides, .Shoulders, JowIh, by T. K. Walton. ; FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. K.CWALTON, bus. Memuser FoitS.w.K 8 shnres of Farmers Hank stock. Apply nt thlH lice. Na-tion- iil of- - came out in all it glory yesterday iiitornooh. Htm Foim..--A Akteuu week of rain, the bunch ... &'. Klder John Sweeney's Winchester t lwif lllll uttlKfl WtilfjiM tut-- i trit tit meeting closed with I" additions. llu XEWLAND This is good Friday the supposed THOMAS . ,( , lk,rin. .,', it ,, , ,. ( a Candidal.' , . , day on which Christ was crucified. to the otlice of - An addition will be built to Calvary Sheriff, fiibjcct t 'thect .in of the dcnx.cracv . A m.i-ocalling hersidf I J. West-hi- s Church, Louisville, to cost $10,000. JUI5GE W. S. PRYOR, brookeaiidclaliiiiiig.Staiifnrdashishoiiie, The Kentucky State Sunday-Scho' - convention will be held at Winchester Nil Candidate for reelection as J ml cc of ihe has lieen working the citizens of Kirksabseiui'. Court of Ajipuils from this, the jd District, subject Jris.i: Vmimiv went to Frankfort ' vil!.- - for insurance. He repivscnts that August . I, and L'll. to the action ot the Democracy WediicHiay to endeavor to have tlienwd he is agent for the I'. S. Mutual Acci-- i Kvangelist Cobb's meeting at the law repealwl or iiiihUIumI into ome show dent Association and reuires that each Main Stn-eChristian church, EOR RENT. person who takes out n policy shall pay ington, has resulted in IS additions. - We understand that our brethren of Mils. J. II. Owsi.ky and Or. L'eid have $.', down. Xo such man lives here and' House and lot on D.in ille 'tlr, near toll sate, leturncd from a visit to John Penning- - Wcstbrooke is evidently a fraud whom the Stanford ilaptist chinch are not eet- - tatcl) vacated by W M Zanone hviur aires of I.U11I in lot anil garden .spl)' to ton at tlei Li'.xinglon Asylum and report the iH'nple should shun. ting along in that brotherly way so en-- I Mst A D Kill)!, Stanford, Ky. that he continues to grow worse. cumbent upon christians, but it is hoped W11.1. Nor Oi'i:x.- - Dr. Cooincs, of LouCo 1.. J. S. lli.iui.soi: returned sewnil for the good Of the cause that 13., A.M. H. days ago from Jessamine, whither he isville, write- Ir. Steele Istiley, Secreta- will be arranged and love continue. of the Kentucky Medical Association, Analytical Ohemist, went to attend the funeral of his skier. ry Since ."sain Jones' revival at Kansas 'iiiinilii.il who .lied nun that it is more than probable that ('nib City, everv member of the police lone .Mis. a.ihij . KENTUCKY. wiiinoiopen tins wi.owiti lias joined the church. When he goes LANCASTER, irenani t week ., - ItWVIMIlV Ulr SUrfl. Mill.' .... .... ..ll.l .....I .1... of the .TA.WI .Hake C01-- J. K. ru1.Kxr.11, of the Pern, lundeoiisequ.'ntly the meeting to I'p.inkfoit We hope he will induce all nuuercljnalsu. Analji calw.irt ofanyUnd Send socialion, fixed theiv for the lirst week c.iesil.r Life Insurance Company, is here. the legislators to join .some chuich, il it July, will have to be changed. Dr. will make them lie is one of the finest talkers in earn their pav anv bet-- . inveMiKnUng the matter, but JUVV11U CI. X' vji., State and the man who does not yield to1' i.iw ...nv.i.wiv.. ..I.W.U...1 mil ink., a it surely must be some mistake about . !!'. the Springs remaining closed. - A young lady in Iowa sued her rec- ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, '" policy must be olHlunite indeed. reant lover for SlVi.OOt) for htvsicli-of- DAXVII.I.K, KV. L. F. Iltiuti.- -, Ksj., Attoiney at Ijiw, Ci in .Coiiit. - Tiie case of Feland promise, but compromised the suit for I I'.irniinghain, Ala., is up to defend I.evi ugniiist iit White, Hobinsou, Carman, Ku- sheep and 10 bushels of wheat, Hubble, itc, in the suit of the Xatioual banks and others, which began Monday, his new buiUtiiir; oppenitc - They have been at it again in Pulas- - mellasmuirdtonuu in elexaut inau ever prepareu it. postojiice oetier Hank against them. They say Minning- - was not given to the with fine pictures frm ednes- ;i, lhspatciies fiom there state that a emii.tslie the t.uI.Iic jury till pliotosraph to life sire. Satisfaction guarartced. liam isasiikly place, but Mr. Hubble lay inorniiig. I hey s.hhi lepoited their drover and a have iiivMeiiouslv does., t Hud it so. He continues to h- - ilm,)illty lo ar,,. ,,,,, Morrow disappeared and the rinding of pieces of! O. W. M Eire ALP. JR., already " hl.M tl.um till liis-- evening, when tiny, ere4ise his avoirdupois am. their clothing and hhIs of blood in the! c ltvt'""" ,,'l'-"""' """' wuro discharged, standing S to in favor road lead to the belief that they were ATVY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. joniioilelciulants. I Ins h a slight gain nimdered. Tom Wilson, of Oliver nAitrtouuviiiiiK, LOCAL LORE. for Feland, who sa s he w ill get a change Springs, Tenn., was found near the Stan-of veiiuo next time. Nuw Millim ry at Courts tt Cos's. ford road Wednesday, dead. Ilisfacewas. Will practice in anv ort in nantcm Kentucky. Kxaninalinn of land titles made ..specialty. Any (luhii- - to the leiii'tli of the 1'i.lnn.l lm.;...l in I I... ,.,.,. til ,L llVtiVI .....:i.l.. yl e . . .,,- . . ... l ill I'll! I' IH IVIIIHI tiai ts of timber, coal and mineral landh for Fuiisii Fisii tolay and Sat unlay at Information turnutheil on any point and cor- ml. the case. of the Fiit National Hank beaten up. It is believed that Olio Side- i .iiii.iivii lesi'oiniciivc S. Mveis'. Hubble, .:c., was continued till botloin couiuutted and there isl 14th day of the ti , next Tuesday. talk of lynching him. He is a hard char-at W. II. the Tuinti: is u new auger-bi- t TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. The tiial of the negro chicken thieves, acler. Wilson had about STrt) with him Iliggins' that carpenters should see. Win. McCorinack, Frank Vincent and when he led town. offer for sale prnattly the properly on Dan. ' . ??? Foil S.m.k. A good work mare and 'J Tom Smith, who wore charged witli hu lot ille street, occupied by W, 1,. Withers. Outside of Alaska there are now UP f IL Mattlnirly's breaking into mlains ahoul tVi acres and the improvements are John Pur-- i milk cows. Inquire at don. and stealing his poultry, occupied f 000,000 acres oi foicst standing in the 'and" Z "orchard' Mills. lot to the court Wednesday and icsiilted intlie, Pnited States, which is over einht acres Uicissmcient foran addition i.uiidinK whole he I will sell the property as u or cut off, and Stiuwiikiuiius, fresh tomatoes, nulisli-e- , irouvietion of tjie.llrst named for two fi" each man, woman and child The in W. M I1KKM1T. Call on At I armer Nuuonal l.aiil.. .l onions, lettuce, new cabbage, greens, years in the penitentiary and theticquit- - area ot lorest Ian. Is is Increasing in some brokale, Ac, at S. S. Mycri oftheXew ICngland States, and under tal of the other two. Sam Logan, negro, was lined So for the fostering can of tree claim laws, and ATTENTION, FARMERS ! W. Kay lost u roll of Hkwaiui." John assaulting old nun John Saudifer, the interest of individual owners of land bills here Tuesday containing between for 1'resh hmhe-- t cash prive will pay th in the newer Suites, it is Aii.l that 100,-- 1 House, sso and 9K). He will give a rowanl for white. !'.?!, to b delis cred it the 000 siiinre miles of almost treeless prai- - Crab Orchard, Ky. Jim Helm, who was charged witli its retui n. M. I.IV1.NL.S10X. cutting John tlrown, another negro, at a ries have been reversed since their set-- 1 3..H1 PsiaMo.Mi is taking oirpeoiile by the Hustouvillu "lestibull" was aetiiiittod. tlutueiit. LOUIS SOHLEGEL, ires all over the counti y. It is u won- - 'i'u, iiloipience of W. A. Trihblo, his ut- Hlack walnut wood is guttingso scarce del" eveiybody doesn't die with it this torney, tlid the business in the I'nited States that piduiv fnUnost miserable, measly, uiaut:yl rainy weathPorter Grow, another coon, confessed are now made of ii.iper and colored like to.stealing corn from Dwight Hoot and Uyalnut, and are so perfect that no one er. njorjAiOND,. JCV was given three months on the rook ,.(j(i detect them without catting tho C. P. M.via cm, foiineily of iliiscoiinty, . l'iciurcs in l'liatosmpes in nil style and pile. material. J'.tpur pulp, glue, liiiseotl oil who was convicted by tho 17. S. Coutt Tho trials of litis Clark and Frank and whiting are mixed together and India Ink, Crayon and Water Cilors. New In Kr imas an i M itl at vjry low priCM, fur shoving ihe .pieev in Pulaski, was Martin for liorse stealing and grand larordered by J udgi llarr to the New York ceny respectively, were sot for the 111th heated into a thick civ.tin, which, on be- K. s M.SK1 IN. JNl). M. I'KRKINS, ing allowed to cool, is run into moulds IlKouiiEAU, K.,.M.V, iSi;. pnitentlary to spend the two yeais of day of the term, next Monday week. and hardened. Mhright A' Martin heg tJ inform their many his sentence and u taken thitlierTiics-day- . The grand jury tinally adjourned yesof the change in firm name The total number of per-oin tho friend and customers .17 indictterday, after having found employment of the I'nited States govMARTIN & PERKINS, Tuitia: anonymous letters for the paper ments. From all wo can learn it was ernment is estimated at . Of obituary have been received since tliu most conservative jury that has held thesvstlie in my and navy furnish about The new linn hopes not only to sustain the repuundone make many tin. tation of the or vi.: Army olllcers ptovementsinold, but intends to of tobacco which last issue and all go to the waste basket. forth for soinu time, not finding the manufacture except they were satisfied they and men, L'D.hlS; navy, including marine will be to the interest of our customers. W'c will without a Wo do not publish anything corps, lit,.' IK. Thus it would appear devote special attention to our Natural l.c.tf could be sustained. leaf. - accompanies it and no responsiblethat about 1J par cent, of the total male brands of Kentucky's tint fur a continuation you and asking of Willis Harnett, charged with shooting adult population is in the government forpast favor remain unless fi cents per lino is enobituaries Respectfully yours, sour trade, ue . . was put on trial yesternoon. service. Al Camden, closed or promised. ! with ids son, 1.: ...I. ... wn ,Vn ... m very 111. see Ins iiiotlier, wno Mu. Joiix W. K w nnd family If ft yestenlay f..r Kuoxville. Very suitisfae- to.-- jinii-were tvuhxtil at 11N sale. J. II. MtCm:itY, who has 1mcii t.ov. attending enirt at Hichnioud, is ba.k t post in Washington, after a week's Ki.n. Owner Stanford Ky.. Maiicii 30. 188S Hnxnv Nall, tlio inventor of a diaper can get tliem by calling nt this olllce and frame, in here introducing It mid thinks paying for this notice. Iiiim II IxUlllllKI. Publluhod Every Tuesday and Friday lie .1. T. llAiiiiiH is llhl ii a dalsv store A ximiikii of tliu boys Imvo been in- - room next door to this otlice and says ho st s$V! i'JCIt YKAU.1N ,lV.A.'eivlicted for gambling, hut wu won't give will hoon have wateruielons for wile. them away yet awhile. .Mil. Jok F. Watkiis drew the tine Sin" 7T . When not so paid $2 GO will b charmed-i- ll lin: boyu will give a hop at the Opera ger sowing machine odered by Kditor House with Prof. Itto'sorelies-- Hughes, of the Lancaster News. There tra to furnish the miiHie. are two old adages that may lit the case: L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .....1 it- in ..1 . f..,.l 'hi. i.n-- iui iiii.iv 111111 .in :., 111111..1SI im Savk your money and toll by going to well to be born Mail train KI"!C North.... ....103 pm lucky asiich." You pay I 31 pin South 1148pm A. K. (ribbons', Danville, and buying your money and take your choice. xpress train " South t 50 a ra cheap wall Norlli .. .... pajsjr, paints, oils, Ac. ...6 35 m Local r'reltjht Notlli A i'aiitv of 1 Poles, who speak the 35 P" boom.. "Tiiixii:" is just sweet sixteen and a German language, he latter trains also mrry pjMeucers, arrived Wednesday I he boe u calculated on standard lime, Solar daisy. The beardless boy nnd the old and went to Ottenheim wheru they will about au minutes latter. lime bald head will both be captivated by her locate upon farms belonging to the Linwinning ways and clever tricks. Don't coln Land Company. They lelong to LOCAL TIME CARD. K.C. fail to see her next Monday night at the Lutheran church and are said to train leave. KowUnd at 7 o a man J return at Walton's Opera House. have sulllcient money to set themselves v p in up well. YofTiis', Hoys' and Children's Suits MEANS BUSINESS. made to order from accurate measure by The bankers and others here who Watciiks ami jewelry repaired ami John II. Craig A Son, with Drowning, have millions of money are luxuriating warranted. A. It. fenny. King & Co., New York. Following sires on strawberries, new tomatoes and other Tiik best place to buy drugs, patent J to 18 years ami 10 to 14 years, full fresh vegetables. Steve Myers has them medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. suits; also II to 14 years knee trousers, and sells the first named at $1 apiecu Penny's. more or less. Turnip greens are good Iluv your school luniks, ink, tablets, city styles. enough for us poor folks though and for paper, pencils and school supplies of all A vkiiy diity thief knocked out u winkinds from A. It. Penny. dow pane in .Mrs. VanArsdale's store one we wouldn't give them pound for I guarantee all watches and every iir- M)und for strawberries. ti. le of jewelry I sell to lie just us rcprc- - dsr I new lay night and succee.ied in sciitcd. A. It. I'ennv. running in? 11:11111 uiroiigii ami piiiuiii: A f.i.r, which would have been worth out the bolt. There were $:).'Si in the its weight in gold if it hail lived to it muDECIDEDLY PERSONAL cash drawer ami that and some small ar- seum man, was dropped at .Mr. .John A. ticles were stolen. Xo arrests. Allen's this week. It had three eyes, a Mil. Soc Owias, of Harnslsburg, N at double mouth, with two tongues, two tending court. As Indian oine of uuusuallv ,,)()(i Ciucin- - niuko was shown im bv Mr. (J. A, (sets of teeth and four nostrils. Other- Mu. S. II.SiiAVKshasgoneto wiie i to lay in his spring stock. nat banks who found it on his farm. The 'sK'iitit was well forineil. John Cook li.ilf day showing it around and Mi-- s Kati: I'lim-i- , of MadNon eomi - 0,j f,. M, sioked it lias long since it was aregarded witli curiosity by hunguest of Miss Lulu ty, nono to tltf liaiiy lnmtiiiK rouudr', lint . his work still lives in pipes.ari'owpoiiiN, dreds of people. Hit. W. M. UfcAiN pattd through Ac., witli which this section abound". Fiioji all we can learn "Trixie" is one to vinit his old friend, at Huston- In the last is,muof this paper the fol- of the catchiest of comedies. The stars, Vilrf. lowing "ad" appeared, "I'.nggy, top, for Mr. Ivlwin liauford and Miss- Jessie Mux. T. .1. Itoi.iiv and elilldren Hoiistclle, are not only line performers yetehlay from a few dnys' stay sale." Since then half a dozen men lmggv top, not '"ll im' ,ftL'I itlisplendid voices which have come in to buvthe In liulsville. thi'.v ,M ," Wmt ,,ffw,t '" iBiK iuriiiK Mu. wnMits. Cni' Coi.iimvn and noticing the comma that divides thoj ' ,. wie proga-soi tiie play. lie entertain- . .... i,, .v., i.t..i. i , i ittt.... .i,. w.r.ls. IHmi wlmli. Iniwe. ii neu. :..i ,mMU """1,1(,, "KS pretty t"' and a good one that we have for sale and lives in this vicinity. dances, character sketches, lightning don't j 011 forgot it. i, iil Hi iim.it, of Winche-teMu. Itu changes of costume, musical specialties, is attending circuit court lieiv, us well as Warox's Siuxm, MntvicK pole eon-- ' funny negro character and other his old friends. to furnish the subject for jokes esting features. Prices as usual. Call Mttwiis. S. A. DirriiniiAi.i: uii'l Thos. among the ungodly, and if half the .hi Mcltoberts A Stagg and securest Arnold, of Madison, were hcrit this things that are said were pub-- , wrved seat. wtvk tosi-- their sweetheart. hshed one full edition of this paper ' of keys. , "' r "" 1 I - E : Corn Hold thiH week in Madison nt SUK und wlieut ut 1)." centa. (1- - W. Coulter has sold his lambs to J. V. Owens at (S cents, to be delivered !j,mu News, (j. ,. Crow's IMerson WilkeH, a full brother to Danville Wilkes, L'lliiij, will l,li,kt' ihv HMmn at m'H til,)lt-- ' ll,i J"" at i?l to insure, I'rmn Charles White, of Versailles, hid., Milt loo to 150 per cent cheaper than ever helore known in Central Kentucky Window Sh.ule all combination of Wall I'.ipcr I..trKt stock to select from nt A K GIUItON'S' IMrlon, bought in the county, last week, 42 head Ky of liFgh grade heifers at from SIO to .'15 IMIntft, OIN, V.irnWics anJ P.iliiteM' .Supplier, WlnJo.e Gl.nn, etc PIANOS AND OltCANS ARcntD for John Church Ai Co 's Mmical McrchamlUc pur head. Georgetown Times. Cattle are slow in Louisville at 1 J to -4 common to best; hogs are steady at 0 and sheep and lambs active, 4H the former at II to 4J and the latter at to oj. ' ' ksville a A.rnD SPRING OPENING! WALL PAPER km OEGORATiOKS to Iran-vlll- A. E. GIBBON'S. DAKT "It.t.E, KIT. '. -.- 1 11 Senator Stanford's ranch in Califorthe largest in the world. It contains 50,000 acres, lie has a wine cellar n which holds 1,000,700 gallons in nia is 2,000-gallo- Ho Co BUPJLlJTj, Is Receiving His packages. M ERCH ANT TAI LOR SPRING AND nn Squire It. 1). Hunter rented to Hev. m m J. Pike Powers a lot of hemp land at $12 per acre. John P. Gaines sold during the past week 12 mules at o to ltt hands high at $150 to SIM) each. Win. i ehcster Democrat. Observe the array of horse advertise- Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, ments on our 4th page. Some of the. finest horses in the country are contain""rv-- k v ed in it and breeders would do well to H- -i study the pedigrees presented. A numJvULO Jk. O ber more are to come and if they keep up there will be nothing left s but to JDTJO-a-IS- T &G SUMMER GOODS. Give him a Trial. y03u Ui lJJ nTsrTSPr c M. X Ui.a enlarge. i j - m-y- yes-U-nla- y .. $2!.20; plain feeders, 1,050 d p muds. $:m.(S0; 10 cattle $."7; t'hyii.Uin prescriptions accurately compounded. work oxen were in demand and brought good prices. About 100 mules were offered, but sales were slow. Tracy it Taylor report the Nile of 7 mules at prices THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, ranging from $155 to $170. Sun. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. 1,000-poun- There were 400 cattle on the Winchester market Monday; ".() head of cattle brought $45; 57 year- DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, lings $25; 20 common yearlings $20.25; 12 FANCY ARTICLES, &C. - - s 1 I 1' 11 ( 11 inter-tinu- es One day some school children were having an object-lesso- n on the blue heron. The teacher called attention to its small t.iil saying: "The bird has no tail to speak of." Next day she asked the class to write a description of the bird, and one little (.Senium girl thus concluded her essay, "The blue heron has a tail hut it must not be talked about." Youth's Companion. NKW AliVKUTISKJlKXTS. Kver brought to this market. Price lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocls and Jewelry He. paired on short notice and warranted. BUGGIES, 'c CARRIAGES! -- ' f in ii irfr ' Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring- Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over - 11... ...mi.ni-i.ii- J. i. l.iviMisTox, r 1 ..e.,...- - could not eiMitaiu them. One old fellow CHURCH AFFAIRS. will rt.m.irkoliIl(k.aiU..irm..ttilt,ot1(.r llllv. "I used to could tell something uliout , Parties who wih lc'iti-V.V- l l Xly. I mate uetcitisc work uonc aJdttss )lnvkec, Stunford, Ky pll ,.. I. s ! .. 1 Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. ' ol GEO. 30. WEimEItf, HAif'G'H. -- MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. t I j f SEW FURNITURE STORE ! MA'UK HraTOAVW, .KROP, diU'ei-ciuc- s - 1 I .' I j Jilt ja a a .1 : -- .1 tJin lJ-'- i f'-- - 1.1 j A f ..-- I -' ' .,,,,. I t t v'' I rc'. ioi-l- 1 I ' Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture andUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods d can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be that I sell lower than the lowest. ccn-vince- . w M I IV I 111 I I 1 1 lll-- 1 "l' i QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. (Cincinnati, New Orleans LIMITED EXPRESS 1 & Texas Pacific Railway.) i tliehen-housoo- !s LINK lU'.TWKl X THK NORTH AND SOl'IH TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' IN ?s i I 1 C ieiri: i HOIKS ' i Through Cars to Now Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE! pari-cU- . SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. ,r:TJOx.vs's!IJcrt'I, CONDENSED TIME TABLE link. " 1 IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 12, 1888. " i t IIKAOJJOW'N. TT"ATy-TSi1tnii. uicau x0. .. 641 pin 115 pm .1 I ' ' PHOTOGRAPHER, ! de-i(j- ns ?0. 7. No. 1, So. 6, Nu. 5. NoTT SlAIIO.Nfa. Daily. Daily. Daily. Kx. Sun. Daily, Daily. 8 17 a m1 4 oj pml So p in 7J3:iHil.'e ..Cincinnati Vrv 640.1m Wilh.t.ii.loun . I.'se - 5 14 a m 9 51 n mi s 47 jim 9 35 pm (ieorKetown 41011111 1050 a mi 70 Jim 1037 pm 11 ,pi lxinglon 7 js pm 11 os pin 10 15 a m1 3 48 a uj N'iiholassille 3 J .1 m iljUpin hat pm 11 j8 pm ,... 3 ll s, hi J11m.t1011C.1t) jiin u.ioa in 11 5 a m, J$ im 9 10 J 05 a Somerset 1 oj a in 11 30 pus ,1 oi pin' D.is.lil ... j J$ a m; 3 ijpm 9 is pm 050pm, Ar'v . C'hattiiiioog,i....l.,vis 710pm louopm S jon ml 600 pm l.'te. ClnttinooJM r'v 640J1111 Altall.i Ar'v ,.,l 00 p in i$opm . ..Hiriiilnliam pm 3 30 pm 11 10 pm l.'-'1 ustal.wsa ...J asnam s 45 pm U 4 a m ;, m Ar'v. ...Mendidn ..?... I.'vo 5 iu .1 iti ton .....,) is pm 4 30 a m Ar'...Ne Orleans. ...I.'so 10.10 p in j.. .. 16153111 9 Merirtim Ar'v 430am l.'ve . Ar's Jackson .... 835am l.'se 11 ona in I.'vc....Vickluirjf ....!. 111 1 111 I trains north ' S , t;r', 4. . Dai'y D.y n 1. ioj,.i in ., u r, ( , 7.1,1 ', 17 .. n 7 ...1 310pm 1 ,,.,. '.ri .j m i, pi, j, .i n , s j, ; . .. ; - iitiin 1 it jo jiuim p in 41 a in ,1 . . j , 1,, I I ulj 3 10 30 pm j m p 111 1111 pin 6 15 p 1401m 4a a in . 171,7-1(1- indict-.incu- ts one-ijuarte- r, - MARTINA-PERKINS- pm Ar s....Shrevemrt ' M. N. 11. Train No. 9 leas e Oikd.ilc at 6 oj, a M, nod arrives In Chattanooga .11930, A i,' NVTe- le.ives. Ch.UtanodKa 31400, I1. M., and ai rives nt Oakdale at 7 33. Mann lkiudoir lluffet Sleeping Cars on all trains. ( ll. COI.M1HAN, t'rt. .V l'as. Ast, JOHN C. (sAUIr, General: Manager, ' fcL R.CARItOI.I., General Superintendent. J General Office, St. Paul liulMlnB, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. . - -- . 4 8 13 P m,Isc....... Monroe 4jini,. iboj ajn ,,.,... 111, .sai i,..v . . . .nl i r. v 'Jt . fjj't s i v . ty .. V - I- ? ' Silssas;sisssstjais-- - - -- pflMg.JffMMWffli..1, .t.' s ty ,tt ff, ' ''"Mi"W"sajsaiHssss ,, "'. ' ' ' fr. .I,,,,,,,, 'r1"55LBBBBBM ' I ' 1 1 '!'" ' . - - , . - 1 ' . . vl iffA y. T7Z Semi-Weekly Interior Journal CRAB ORCHARD. HUBBLE. J no. Williams lost Ills ovurcont lust wook niul found It in a straw stack near by. EOERSQN WILES. ITOTICE. b, SANDIDGE AHEAD. IMF THAT FIGHT I C. P. Simmons. St Louis, I'rop'r M. A. Simmons Llisr Medicine, Kst'J IS. S. Court DiriATi J. 1H40. in th LivH.Zellln.Prop'rA.Q.SImmons er Hegulstor, Kst'd by Zellln SU, M. A. S. L. M. h for 47 s,ear cured iNDloisTlorr, Illnot'8Ni. co.miiim:i) si Al. I. ion, The Original Wins. Mrs. n C. Payne is on tin.' nlek Mr. .1. F. lloldam'rt handsome new Mrs. Geo. I'. Ilridit it on the hick hearse has arrived. lit-Mrs. Frank Hijinoy and son are A number of our citizens have been before the grand convalescing. summoned to appear The roll was called Tuesday and Wednesday. jury about all the tobacco club was present About the middle of next month the teachers and pupils in the College will and they proceeded to business. Ueiietown brass band j$tve lis some give nu entertainment in the College pod music Saturday ni'lit. About 200 JIall. Hrother Hopper was called homo on people were present and our merchants lost Thursday to preach a funeral and had Ion;:, pleasing faces. Several of our boys were summoned was thus prevented from preaching for before the grand jury this week. It is week. us the entire Mr. George W. James is no better, said that they were called in about some in fact is not us well us usual at this talking that was said to have been done in church by some of our young men. writing. J. F. Holdam nnd Misses and liertie Juiiies vWted Stanford Xow it is very wrong for any one to talk or lnnuh during preaching, but it is Tuesday last. Dr. Johnstone, of Danville, and Dr. not a good plan of prosecution for any Peyton, of Stanford, were hero one day one to sit Mill and send in other last week to see Dr. Doores' patients, names as witnesses against oU'ending parties. Why not go forward yourself Mrs. W. F. Kennedy and Mr. George and show to the p.irties that the love of James. Iloth fully approved of Dr. D.'s treatment mid did not suggest a single) good morals is the prompting motive? j change in either case. Miss Iila l'ettus and Mr. Hussell Dillion have been visiting Mrs. Joe Cof-- , fey, in Danville. Mr. W. T. Stephenson and wife have returned from Lexington, i where they went to see their son, Dr. !'. t. to-dam-aim list. Our town lias at last become the centrvof attraction for all kinds of traf-li- e. dled; hat started inseten rates, winning second money in lis cof them. F.derson Wilkes will make the season of i833 at my place 4 miles west of Stanford, at Full brother to Danville Wilkes, record 36)$, sire of Salhc Vageli. tn.il a i3t, b) I.jlc's Wilkes 4650, tire of Mattie I! , 30. r'irsi dam by Skedaddle, id dam bv Wax), 3d dam by Old 'telegraph, 4th dam by Frank, skedaddle by Oliver by Wagner Waxy by llerthume, Ml dam by Stnucy I'ctral, ad dam by loin Hal. l.yle's Wilkes ny (.ieorge Wilke ist dam Lou Coon by American Claj, itc of ('r.mville Magic, Maggie llriggi 1 a;, Klla Cla 1 j; 1 iO, Hoy ii))',, Keno sire of Llimmic II 1 17) a aj'. and M) tery 1 19 D.inwlle Wilket full brother to Kderwn Wilknt ha slatted in four racc, won two of them in Jiraight heat and got money out of third, lie l Mte of sallie Vagcu, lu onl) coll that hat been han- lHf,m1et Will make the She by Cil v. in .ind Knob f.lck season, with no coll, sound and DonznArk Wl I ' in; lot Fifteen Dollars to Insure, With lien retained on all colts until .sersicc fee is paid Will gic personal attrntion to m.ues, but not rcsponnolc for .icildcnis, should any incur. 14 . cii.vs. 1.. Stanford, K) ckow, GRANTBY, 2489. RKCOKI), Il.iv stallion i.jsS 154 hinds high, foiled iSSa; by I'riiiccps, 516, sireof soontfcn a ,v performers First dam llinute, by Hamlet, loo, thu sire of .V V i'antlind 3 ao; id dim l.lndora, the dam of Ox moor a XI ',v llainblctoniin, 10, tho sire of Duxter, 7H ! Jd 'I "" by Imp. Cnnstcrn ition ; 4U1 dam by WHshington (iriiy; 5U1 lUm MKrfy by Imp. Dio. ' T. Stephenson. .Miss Sarah K. Randall lectured at1 the Christian church last Tuesday night, preparatory to organizing a Women's Christian Temperance Union here. Today, Wednesday, they will meet again for the purpose of organizing the society. K'ev. Mr. Van Xoys and wife are with MKs Randall. AVe are once more able to go about if only the weather would permit, nnd as we have not been on the streets of C. O. since the lGth of last December, we are getting slightly impatient to be there again. Oh! how we long for the warm, bright days of spring to come. Through the columns of the Ixti:uiok we desire' to thank our numerous friends for the many kindnesses bestowed upon us durFor each and ing our long sickness. everv act we are sincerely grateful. To i Dr. Doores, OUrpllVhiciail, we are partlCU- - '1 hi powder never vane. A marvel of purity. and vvholesomeness. ... attention strength ordinary More economical llirly grateful for lllS Ulltirillg than the kinds and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short mil Kimmtss. Afnv flu. irriwimiM find in weIght ahm or pj,OMinate powders Sou 0'nv in Co., Koval Hakinc heaven shower his choicest blessings ' cans. IUU I'llUOlICCI, OCW IUIK, upon each and every one lt you, my gool friends. THE P.OSS ML'I.F. JACK, ' Full brothers, the formers ears ld in August, the latter 3 years old in April Iloth are the same heighth, is, hands high, with propiiiionat weight and sue Sired by Prince id, lie hy j.l Prince, he by 1st Prince, the Adams ,V Alb.rd Imp Jack; 1st dam Daisy by Dixie: by Shelby Imne's Dixie; ad dam Nellie (ira) by Lord Wellington, he by I.air's Napoleon jd, jd dam by Jim Porter Henry Ward lleechcr is ,i nice black Jack, 15 hands high with g'KHlwe-gh- t lleeihcrwas sired by Prince, dam Hose Kmbree, by Pate Fmbree's Stonewall Youns Patriot Jackson, ad dam ICIIcn III) the by ll)thc's llanni. . SPFXMAI. NOTirii. bal I anxiousl) unite persons wanting to breed In offering the sen ices ot litis highly bred young jennet. t call and see two jack clt hac from stilllon to the public I feci assured lint those havi- Illackhiirn, which is the onfr reliable testimonial ng1 s nnrcs will appreciate him, not only iirniii.i:, as a, trotter himself, but as a horse whose breeding Shelby tit), Ky. IJ rank him unions the foremost in the Und. he Asthe public is well informed, lit 4.) started in sescral cloely contested races, proving , conclusively in each case that he is a game, race horse At Latnnla he start ed ogalnst Jack Harden, Oslc II. and others, sln- nlng easily in three straight heats; time, ao, a aSS, 37S At Majsviltc, Ky, with hagle llini as competitor, wlut was apparently u deadlieat, This fine sttllion will make the season of iSS at was trotted In the icmarkablj fast time of 1 11 Hi) appro e .Ind farm, J miles Irom Stinfurd, on the Manford 4sTlIishtud sen ice is limited tJ Danollc pike, mares dam of Wcdjrew'd all. I'lrt dam tister to Malmai.on, dam of MauetU, trial a lb!), by Abdallah 15. sire of Uoldsmith Maid 1 14; id dam (Hack Kixc, dam ol Darkness j 3- - url Hermosa, trial a 36!: b) Tom Tecmrr; id dam by Cannon's Whip; 4111 dim by Uobln OraJ Hamlet I6, the sire of A V I'antlind 30, by (Iloater 2 17 Volunteer 55, siro of St J illicit 1 nnd others Volunteer t bv llaniblelonian 10 First dam Lady Patriot, dam of Sentinel a aiy'j b) Woodbine, Primrose, nnd 16 l'rinccps, 5,15, the src of Trinket others with records of a JO or better; by Woodford .Mambrino 111,, son of Mnmbrino Chef and mede .My two fine Stallions, Arthur Suns, sired by (.en Knox; dam Arthur, and Wvandotte. a tight sired by Melropnliian, itjj, dim l.ajy Welch ll.llnlft Denin.ir. is .nl.lt k h.i, with p etiU of will be exhibited .it VunnellcsM-iverStiblenn sty e nnd uction, hits big I id and mane, stands in County Court day llicyate b.nh well bred horses bands high, scars ol I ililssprnig As a j)ear and I unite the ciliuns of Lincoln n call in nnd 1) d combined finrsc he has no superior, if un eiua', ' . Hl.KMN, having wan first prizes m various in Kentucky M l.incasier, Ky Fairs in the Siatr In (witness, tinker sidd e and in model rings; and now nsn harness horse, as a horse, is a combined und S)rar-ohorse, I believe he has not a peer in KcntiKk). Ilainlet Demii.tr. is by King Deiimvk. he by Star Deniiinri, he hyjonts' Denmirs, he by n d 11 iica Denmtrk, the 4. ml e nice horse he by Imp lledgeford t will keep for sersice this seasnn at my farm J First dam by Chorister, he b Contract, import miles south of Junction Cits . three lacks and a ed. ad dam by Jim llniwn.he by til es' Sttogulns horse, all combined st ,tk Morse well adapted to nnd he by Sir Archie; third dim b Duke of saddle and harncsspurposes and the Jacks to jen4th dam hy Pirate mid he by Chance Isr. h nets and mares. The tw fine jacks at U" til rr, fifth dam by Ketitnciv lllo.sini and he hy a Jack c ll 6 months old Jist murc a mule Imp lllosioin, tih dam by llrutui, 7th dam by or jennet colt to h waning time Spcdal The horse. Ilainlet Denm.sr.'s dam by old Lexington, jd and the jack, dam by Finery A, Walker's Wagner It Is needless 10 say that for harnuss nnd saddle, und for nclinu, beauty, siy.e and cgaiii as a no superior, und he transmits Stand at Jin on same terms A ben on all colts for breeder, Ilainlet has offspring these qualities to his the season Jenueti will be taken care of alter As a taken of my appreciation of past favors, May 1st else an inducement for future assistance, I w Description and Pedicrsr ; Palmare Is a nice and in premiums for the lest three so Is by Main tto hrown hurse id hands hili, with weight and musicl 10 be shown In 18S9 at the Dansillc Fair cle in proportion with a line, Mowing mine and tail ; Cood pasture will be furnished at $j 50 per mouth My person and speii attcutluu wl be 5 years old this spring, sireJ by On Time, he by but wl not be to prevent Stonewall Jackson, by Washington Denmark; 1st Risen mare; shim d any occur relpolitib e dam Fannie, by Klnkuld's llclshizzar, he by Imp C T SANDIDCK ij llclshartir,d dam by Frank Talmage 1st dim by lloyd Winchester, by lllack Cloud The two fine jacks, sad-di- e season of iSSI ut my slab c ntMr Lincoln county, on the Shelby I ily Tutnpue road, .11 J15 cash for the insurance, or $Jo In insure .1 Untg lor your Genuine M. A. Sim rnooi Liver Medicine. I htvo oinetlmes had to substitute. I tttZri "Zeilln's itud" for your Medl iCciifjil dnt, but it don't answer tht IslVIOlrU UTtririU.SlCK IIBADACIII.I.OSV ArrBTtTi, Souk Stomach, Ktc, Hit. T II. Ileams, l'aitor M. K. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes! "I think i snouin nav ueen dead out TALMiGS! 1 fkpnl I Dr. J. H. Gf ive JIdltor Tki j,iariir, .iiempnis, lenn. says; I received s pscksge of your I.lver Medicine, and have used hsllol It. It works like a charm. 1 want no better Liver ltrgulator and certainly do more oiZeltln'a mixture. VVIVW. V I I lied-for- e Tal-nug- Henry Ward Heeclier, Notice of Incorporation antl on. ai, JOE BLACKBURN AMD BRICNOLIA, PROXIE. to tl', I will it mil at my farm J miles west of llrxants sllle, on the Fisher Pond liirnpike. the fine yuini smllion I'KOXIi: lie is it dark bay, 15S hands hicb, was loalcd In SS? Has been broken in har nrss and trolled when a a s ear-olin 3 10 putl.n; a heavy cart 1 will stand him j it At $15 Insure n Colt 1 rlrst-clns- ' I I 11 ear-ol- rclU-ble- level-heade- d ' , VerrnontKambletonian I' Due when service Is rendered and ineney refunded if mare provestobe not in foal Pedigree Prnxie was sired by Prosatiles; 1st dam by Hourlxin Chief, ad dam by lllack Hawk Morgan, Spears , jd dam by Oliver, 4th dam said to be hy Imp Messenger Prosatiles was sired by Pnnseiit, sue I'linkrt. J 14 1st (Urn l.ailv lllanihe by Privateer, ad dam Alrlitiilrr s Abdallah I he sire of I'roxie solil a lew weeks a;o lor 11 CORDEZ ! POWDER Absolutely Pure. I , r Rules for Parties. Ladies will call for the gentlemen promptly at S o'clock. Those who keep their escorts wailing, and are consequently late at the party, will bo treated for the remainder of the evening as wallflowers, '2. The gents will be expected e to behave in the most manner. 3. Gentlemen are to bring to the ball n fan, a corsage bouquet, and siiK'lling salts. 4. The gentlemen whose bouquet is not crushed in the first dance will be a witness to the fact that he has been held with propriety. 5. Xo gentleman shall cross the floor without a lady attendant. (5. If a gentleman goes for a glass of water unattended by a lady the floor managers will at once declare him out of order, and compel him to be seated. 7. Gents are expected to be languid, to droj) their handkerchiefs as often as possible, make frequent calls for water, and at Mipper give the ladies no time 8. The ladies who have for eating. been biiubbed at dances heretofore will claim the greatest number of dances, 4iud those who have been active society belles will let tho gentlemen severely alone. Head some of the press comments on the Trixie troupe, which plays here next Monday night: Mr. llanford is an artist of great merit, and plays his part with vim and dash; his hinging and dancing captivates his audience. Washington Critic. Leap-Yea- 1. lady-lik- Glenviewisabay sttllion, 15!, hsnds high, foaled iSM: beautiful In color and lundsomc in tormand ' ,Mh 1U111 by 1'acknlct, Mil , dun by .Marsiann rnu-niisui u.im ny nan- he shows a true, well bilanced gait and has un- - ' 7"' "" I sec- - nlbal: oth dam l) Silky, by I'oivel, Sue limily. doubted speed, having shown quitters in Speed in llruic's Stud Hook Vol I page tuj) Ver nods when 1 scars old He had no track work last . . . He Dark gray Jack, 16 lisnds high, 7 vears ol 1 Year Ills disposition is periect ana nis uiood mont II. unhlctoman i a tine, big horse, with the is well brrd and of the Jim Curler sloes and is a Pou-prlines tirst.cl.iss. l.s lion, the sire of his dam. was bv hues style und good hone, and u sure breeder; Is said to be the sire of the Hulk sired by William Welch, the sire ot I'rituc Imptri-,il- , fine breeder of that famous marc, Dolly, Thorndale 3 a aiS, Jeremiah j 3js, llcssic 1 tan trot in jaik. that sold a few weeks ago for Jl.&vi. Will (dam uf Director 3 I7,and Onward j J5 .) 1st dam William Welch was sired by Itvs. stand at by Hrown Chief 4115 brother in blood to the great 3 .10 or belter dvk's H.iinblctnni in, private nioul 35, Ist dun Clark Chief the Insurance, moncr the d.un of Hutleti's Prince, 3 37, and by Imported $20 FOR JENNETS AND $10 FOR MARES Glenview will sfmdat $ due when the fact Is ascertained or the marc parted Trustee (son of Colin) and sire of 10 miles trotter, I n Insure a I Iving Cdt. Trustee, 3 dam by a son of Mambrino, by Imp with. I icn retained on i oil till the season is paid Messenger, Vermont bting a grandson of lhcgrc.it Kvsdyk ilanilileliinl.nl, the grandest sire living, I. II IIKK.III, Will make the present seasin at the stables of his .mil Gill's Vermont combined, backed hy Ibur llraiitsville, Kv March, 8S owners, a miles west of Stanford, oughbrcd, will make 4 fine stink horse Itssdvk's Hamblclonian, by Abdallah, son of Mambnno, AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVING) COLT. Will make the present season at Wm M Kue's I un by Imp llclllotiudcr, ad dam by llishop's Training St ible at to insure a living colt or io llainblctunian, jd dam by Imp Messenger. A few of his set can be seen on the premises th j season, cash at time of service Gill's Vermont, by lie Is 4 years old, loiiandi high, a beautiful ma- - the damof liiiigm.i, JDowning's Vermont, sire of that will compare favorably with the get of any if isi dam by (.oluiubus, jack in the county A lien will be retained on the hoony bay, with fine mane and tail, a perfect mod- (darkless) son of C olumbus, sire ot Confidence, colt for the season money Parting with the mare el and a perfect saddle horse v, 2075. known a On Time 1 jS; jd dam bv llcrr.ind,sirc of the dam of Sired by Hubble's Denmark, forfeits the insurance (Jrcat care will be taken to bv 334, jd Lexington dam of Climax, 3 dam Gill's Matchless, issire ol the prevent accidents, but will not be responsible First dum Mollle Mounts, by Cabbe Vermont the sire of Jl addamby Young vmerlca.'he bv Tavlor's .vies should any occur -'; viss. senger ; 311 Hum hy .Millers uenmark, wnicn gives iiiitinrr niiv '- 1 11 nnrv ii.in.1. 1 of the ..1111 .of ... K II & K. P U'OODS. ' rlv"- - ,ri" at cm "' 4 "" """ ""Ic ,r',ck ' am, ,rc huna double crcH,s of the bet saddle stock in the ,, wagon 14 1 v ''l 'J,k?Jt,6?rh' ',? iVu''!,' i' i ,u world; 4th dam by John lllunt oneof the best race finest horse, ' 'a). iSH hanu. I.ign Ihel'fs.1 horse In horses in the world ; jth dam bv tilce , ,.. c W M KtV., Danville, Ky v a prue 1 at Kcntuckv ofltredto ' ' an" ,,n ,rrm M ll,,l',wl Thompson 1 161, dam by Norman Abel ln1 nn,1 Curry, by l.ytton, Ircof others Firtdam Maggie K 3 37 Sin oil horndale 3 3J ; ad dam bv Mamurino Medley, s.m of Mambrino Chief, 11; id 3 -- by Stlrpnf M.lnd Messi'mrer GLENV1BWChief, CHIEF Messenger Sired IY15 lf,t. 1 his Jack is is hands hub, was f'uled Junr la, 1884 isidamb) Sired by Imp I ordnves, I y AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. Great Kentuckian, he by Superior Mammoth, he b) Smith s Mamniuih, he y Imp M immotri. ill Vermont llamble-1- dam by I. ee's Mohawk, he by old Mohawk, d.sm Docrintion and IVdiirree Ionian is 11 black horse, mated in iVO, hands imported; id dam by lalbotl s I'.llif . he by Imp high, two white feet behind, sired by William I'alifox and out af a Warrior Jennelt Cordrf will stand Wtleli, h Kvsdyk's ILiinblctonlan, 1st dam Katie Grimes, bv (.ill's Vermont, ad dam IH.uk Swan, ' Helm's Yorkshire, b Imp Yorkshire, jd dam AT TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A COLT. Little limily, bv Wagner, b Sir Charles, hv Sir Archy, itb il.itn limily Speed, by Imp t.cvlathau, ... ..... j'i WONDER Notice Is bcrrby given that ibr itndrrsigncd.ivbo own tore lb in three fourths of the slur 3 ' "" stock of the Crib Orchard and t h.ippcll s G.i(. I'uriipike Itoad Coinii.iii), a corporation orgk3 , I r id under an Ait of the tiencral Assrmhl) Kenturk), approved Februarv 17, SrY and enii tied 'An Act to incorporate the Crab On hard A Chappd'a Gap Turnpike lload company," have together as aiitborlied by associated Act of the (icuclul Assembly n( Krntinky, ii provt-- April J, lM, and entitled "An Art an tliiinzitig turnpike, graicl mid plank road romps tiles chartered: bv special Acta of the General As sembly to reorgan'e and operate their load under the general inrornorilliin laws ol Kentucky,'" and have abandoned and reliuuishrsl the rights nl said coinpanr i.ndcr the aforesaid barter as gratitedb) the said Ail of the General Asseinblt, approved I ibrii.uy 17, I WO, and have org.inlie to become a hods orporute Under the general In corporation laws' of this Mate, vlt chapt rjiSofthe liner. ll Statutes and the ameiidmriits therein All the stockholders ot the aforesaid ( rati Orchard and ( luppell's Gap 'turnpike Itoad Inmpanr shall be members ol the ImhIv corporate to be or ganued under this notlio The name of the org nutation shall be the Cra Orrhard andottenheim Turnpike Ko.nl (.oinp.ins audits principal plate of business shall be C ra Orchard, K. 'I lie geueril business shall be U operate the road nuts constructed and known as the Crab Ori bard and (. happt II a Gap Turnpike and to con.lnict additional turnpike fiiini th present terminus of said road to Ottrinhelin and when computed to operate the whole mid The npitul sink author inl shall I"- - anv mm not exireilmg tiscntv thousand itollars and shall be paid in at smt tunes and upon snih t ulldltion. as shall be prc ribesl bv the Dirrrlorv The lomiurncement of this eorporsttrHi shall on April 1, tvsa, and shall terminate 00 April 1, lots I he atfairm of this roruoratlon an 1o br rnn iliKted hv a Due. tnrv Hoard rsMnns.l ol 4 I'rrs blent and lour lllrcrlor., who shall b elected on the Ist Salurrlu in April of vaih vsiar The highest .issount HI IndrbtesIneM to wklth this iniporatHin si ill at .ins time sb)e-i-t itsrli sbsll 1101 rtieesl hlteen bilHifrnl dollars The piivafe property f the I.KkluJders ska', be exempt from the eorpstrits debts. W II Miller. Jnhn llmhannH, JHo II On. lev, Itxr of r V I lumber. drsM. Jss s 'ih, MJ Harris, Adm r ol M J Ham., , let "d; I In roln ( ountv, by 1) It Carpenter, limn ol M A II InliT.W Doores, I' T I'ollard 1 t 1 1 e J .. f $ m jj.ason SILAS VATTGH2T, A1TTEH' CHICKEN in HMKMEYf "c Cholera Cure ! s P BREECHLOADEB. ,,oa,j' K, K 'vi a, ! This voting thoroughbred will make th e season of '88 at the low pnee of $io to Insure aUvlnjjColl Money due September ist, i88j, at the Gngsby farm, near shelb) City, K) Description and Pedigree- - Breechloader is a rich dark bay, with black points, not a w bite hair on him, hea y mane anil tail, 15 hands high and a perfect model As to his breeding qualities, I refer to any of hi- - last year's colts, which are, without a single exception, large, fine and solid color. I'clow is his pedigree: No. 47 IIKF.KCHI.OADF.K, bay, foaled in iS3o. 1 3 3 fon so. 4 dam Mistletoe, by Cherokee. 3 dam lllack-c)c- d Susan by Tiger. 6 dam by Albert 7 dam by Algerinc. 3 dam by Grey Alfred. ) dam a mare purchased ill Virginia by C.ipt. Geo, llurbride for breeding, but whose pedigree is now lost; believed to be by Amtricus. 10 dam by Imp. Monkey. 11 dam by Imp Medley. 13 dam by Imp Shark 13 dam by Imp. Fearnaught. Imp llillet, 150. dam Nellie Viley, (grand dam of dinette by ISob Johnson. dam Mary Churchill by Alex Churchill. dam by Imp. Margrave 'grand dam of King Al I'.y Aside from possessing wonderful verdan-sense. satility as an activs.sMiss.Fes.sie HonstoHe is an accomplished musician and Kveiiing Mail (Ionia, Midi.) Mins Jessie possessors marvelous talent, her character acting, her dancing and her musical gi"ius being remarkably well done, X. X. Dramatic Xous. Tho musical comedy, "Trixie," gave entire satisfaction to a crowded house on Monday evening. Miss Honstello is a charming little soubrette, and isbiipjiort-e- d Sidney, by an excellent company. )., Democrat. Have also a good jaik, that will serve marcs at Siv Dollars, 011 same terms as the horse. l'astiire for mares at i jo per month. No re- I S. 1 1. sponsilnlit) foraccidents vis. Hy H M. Johnson, Agent M THK FANCY SADDI.K STALLION.- - WALLACE DENMARK, Foaled May 1, i379, is a rich Mahojony bay, i) hands hi jh, heavy mane and tail, is strictly hue and fane): is both a natural and pleasant saddler; breeds fancy and when quietly driven in harness goes like a trotier style on both He is high-tai- l sides to the third generation; is backed by un both sides, making him very active and sprightly in gait, in form and finish a perfect model. He was sired by Suinpter Denmark, he by Goddard's Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell s Denmark, he by the race horse, Dciimars, be bj Imp. lledgeford. ilis first dam was sired by Sir Walhce, he by Todmnuer'sSir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred, 3d dam by Virginius, dam of Virginiiis by I'ranby, thoroughbred he by the celebrated Mason's hip; 3d dam a Whtpp mare. I" This fine Jack is by Giant, be by Imp, Palermo, st dam by Kobitison's Sampson, he by Imp, Mam moth, jd liain by Imp, llertrand. Jaco's ist dam ss ss by lljc Hawk, ad dam by Tippacnnoc. This If you want to spite your neighbor, high, Is a handsome Jack, 3 years old, ijjf hands black with uie.i y nose. Willserve .1 few bin chickens; if you want to do him Jennets steal A J.C C II 11 au act of kindness, tell him Ganter's Theubove stock will make the season of 1S88 at A dars bay horse 13! hands liigh, Is a sp endid from 3J3 Money chicken cholera cure will certainly euro ter'sStation, iul.eswill be Huslonvilletonear Curpen combined stallion, will be permitted to serve mares edwitli, due when fart is ascertained or mare parU and permitted serve by the This elegant Jersey Hull will stand at my Stable at J10 to insure and that it is sold and Insurance, Description and Pedigree: lllack- Denmark is them of cholera We will also stand the noted Jic , this season, at $3, CASH, at time of service, v ears old this spring, 14 jet black, a No. 1 combiu. WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, 2t warranted by McHoberts & Stagg. ed horse, fine style and action,. ind a (rood breeder with tirlvllegeof return if cow is not with Calf. SSli Sired by the famous old Stonewall Jackson, he by E. II. IIURNSIDi:. Mi JACO at jj for Jack colt and $15 for Jennet, Miller's old Washington Denmark, he by the e Tho latest thing reported In "trusts" is race horse, Denmark lllack Denmark's Stock committed to my care and breeding will At f 10 to Insure. Taking sire, style and breeding a "diamond trust." This will inako receive my personal attention. Grass furnished into consideration, we thin this the cheapest stock dam by Crusader, grand dam by lllackhiiru's 4t newspaper editor howl moro than ever. at reasonable ever offered. hip. Stonewall Jackson's dnm by Abdallah, rates, to be paid for before SUROF.ON DENTIST, respon. at 3 per month, Mares by It is about its much as they can do to of stock No responslbi ity for accidentsremoval sibility, kept on grass particulars call on Nu address. her damalso Medoc. my two fine Jacks 11LACK or es. or Forfurther Will stand - KtNTUCKV. StaKPOHD, keep their families supplied with dia- capes. Partin,' with slock forfeits the insurance. S. II. or J. H.IIAUGH.MAN', HAWK and IMtlNCK. Office south side Main, tvvodoori above Depot St. J.STEELE CARPENTER. Stanford, Ky. monds at present prices. L. I). UARNKIt'S, Crab Orchard. 13 J S) When they set out to lie in Xorth Carolina they make no bones of it. Here's a Kimple story of the pulling of boy of the the tooth of a State: "The extraction of the tooth was a dillicult operation. The dentist tried 111 times before he succeeded, and when he did pull it out lie found it to bo just six inches and a quarter long. The cavity extended through to tho top of the head, the tooth actually bringing some of the hair. The cud had tho ap- jiearance of having been braided on the X. Y. Sun. top of the head." tar-lie- cl T03I ROBINSON. Denmirk nbove; 1st dam by Miller's Denmark, he by the race horse, Denmark; I" oriio ; zd dam by Montgomery's his dam 3dd.im by o d Drennon Tom is a linc;shaped borsj.b acl: with heavy nunc and tail; i$'4 bands high, isa uatur.1 sidd c, anil will warrant him u saddle breeder. Wal-ac- Son of Oli-ve- r, JACOI I'lnl Kvsdvk's Ilamhlrlnnian, by Abdallah. sire of Sir Walter a 37; 1st dam by Charles Kent mare, $30 to Insure a Living Colt, hv I nib llellfoundcr; 3d1l.un One live, by llishop iiauuticiouian; 111 nam iiveri.iu, oy imp .vies Sintlbv Wfl.KIN'SMICAWIlUK.sluof lllaik senger Kysiivks lumhlctiinl.in Is tlie sire of Prince Klngslcy 3 lotf, and the dam ol Nettie 3 iSamf, 17 oihers with records of 3,V or 111 ilk Jaik, 3 j. also of t lie dams of Trinket 2 11 und jSi hettcr; nam Alley, tti 11 1 10 H, ' 01 titon. t iu' vv 1111 rrvorus 01 3 and Albert 3 30 or bv ItiMlYK'S Chesnut stallion, id1 hands high, sired by the otiiers 'ermont Downing's) bv Hill's lllack Htttvk, II AMIII.IiroMAN. itjii.I.Ijmi I.adv Griswold great Loivlander I'irst dim llneelet by Angelus, ot MM ermont ,l)mvn- T rial to wagon 3 aS b Morgan Allen 335S ad dam Hrunctte, by Codnngton; jd dam Miss sire aj is ing d, sire of the dams ol Wilkins Micuvvliervsas sired bv Itv.dvck's Ham Stvkes by the Caster, ith dam uy the Colonel, Ac slrt ot the d.irn ot Mambrin.) Lntgm.i, 3 the md also Ire of blttoniau, iliun Lady Hrown, if.1111 ol Plckislik. Ilruce, book for furiher pedigree hee stud " Stele) s American Mar, grand dam lis his sire, was by Dalesman, nut of Lufra by Hello U'itson 3 Hill's lll.irk llaisk, b Shcrin Morgan, dam Nigger son of l.ince, son of American Windhound.be by the eve' famous Pantaloon i trotting mare trill's lll.ick Hank the Ktlipse Dalesman by KingTom, the most successful sire sire of Ilelle of Saratoga a at;. Lancet 3374, Wilkins Micuwber died soung and lull but lew Hngtand has ever produced; his sons, Great Tom, Kth.in Voung America colts; but from bis great speed, riih breeding and Allen 1 35,, .111. King Han and I'hactou, were imported to the I' nflhc dams of S. and made themselves famous as sires of winners 3 a., and is the sirertiH, Tennessee illancbc 3 334, inugnilicent form, he gave abundant promise ol iinii Tweed, 1 3 a?, ihe KingTom was by Harkaway, the sire of Irish Gen the founder of the great lll.ick Iluvvk family most brilliant career, both tin the track and Major Tliomis Morton, ol New York, stud Fangha llillough, the sire iW also llirdcatcherand that has in the male nnd female line pio of 3 ,)ci or iwrfilt lid tlul 1,.. ra.fiihf.it ffir VHLIn. ll, nif. So Leamington. Dalesman's dam by Pantaloon Micrjust.1 short lime before his death .yi offer of oeiter rcpreseniauves. It is seen that London has two close crosses of PanColmnniis f ll.irk'cv's bv Old Columbus. sire of $15,000, nnd the great driv tr, Carl llurr, .it that taloon and through sire runs ihro' Lanercast,rranip Confidence 3 a", dam Messenger 111. ire ne n.is anvus toiisiucreu 1 on 111 111c iicain 01 Touchstone, Glencoe.ctc, while th rough his dam Old Columbus 3 44 converted p.icer, brought Wilkins Mitau her breeders sustained the loss of he traces to Orlando. W'oruisley, llirdcatcher, Ihe S, Coluinliiis Caster, Sulton and all the in"t famous performers from Canada, sire ol Confidence , aand Voung Co one of the verv greatest of .ill the great sons ol old Navigator 3 31, Kos.inioud 3 .pi), Hambletotiinn and sires in Kngland. I his horse wilt uivl lumbiis 1 331. ; ami also sire of the dams ot lien Itjsdyk's llilmblcfonl.in,vslioslrcd Ix.th sire and Morrill 3 ;, Louise N. 1 oV, Nnmeleas 3 (', Pud, of AUK AWAY has sired 10 3 30 performers AT S20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. rity, J 37(3 (Ming Columbus is the sire of II und has slrtd 10; sous who have sired over o 3 30 or littler performers, und he has 4 sous that 1 30 performers and has sired the dams of 50 per-Old CoIiiiii- - formers with liavcsired 330 or better performers records of itii and butter, lirovluc-bus is the founder of the Co.umbiis family, which lilin the greatest trotting horse progenitor tiiat has I blood was to the Kust wh.it the Pilot, Jr, blood A l.l.l the dam of llurknwnv, vct.ippeared was to Keiituckv is one 01 his inrcc greatest datightrrs lie onl) Hay horse 10 hands high; by '('en Ilrocck; ist hore ,'ippro.iching lltsdik's H.imhlctnnsis a sire dam d.iill of Fellowplay and Drake Carter by producing dams is American Stir, the sire of Planet; addam.Krolite, Fellnwcral't and Lad) Hrown, the damof Wilkins Micawber We dam, by Lexington; id dam Floriuc, (Idle- know thu lireidlngof HAUKAWAV will binr wild's dam by Imp Glcncoe. (io totliestud boik the closost anal)sis and we have everv ronfidiiiie for extended pedigree, and find no richer blood. Go that ho will produce speed and we believe those to racing calander andhnd the line he comes ol, natroniring him will realise as much profit from This voung stallion will make the season it the nis nroduie ns from the priuliue of anv horse in boili by sire and dam illumines its brightest pages witligreat achievements He combines the blood same 11. ice anil will be limited to twenty inures the land, and his fillies should make brood mares of Glcncoe, Lexington and Phaeton, the latter thro' ' worth) the embrace of the bluest blood lined his sire; I'cn llrotfik and Lexington iwice through AT $15 TO INSURE, irs are invited to call and examine fur theinstlvcs Aerolite and Fanny Holioii.tbc damof i'en ilrocck the horse and bis produce. Attention is c.illid to m Flnrine, Pocahontas, etc If And will go In training the ist ol June. You will the following extract' andGleneo, thrir-- ....... . 1. ....I.I. .!..... ,. III. . . . .. .1 f.iu.i, (1,,L . II. V "" ""," dll", linn 011 investigating tne pedigree tli.it lie is one Olnkv, Ii l , Mar. 10, iv7 by horse will pr.ve In. w..rih ," getting progeny that ,)f lhc tc,t ,,re, m lorst.5 himtU ll( Harkaway never made what could be " He is greatly in 1c ,, ,i.e hUm will show in Iront "at tlielinish llki-s- , f "(jeorgc Aiiicricmi emeu a season in Ills lite until von nought lilm ,,,,,1 i..tl...,.., , 1. -r 1.1... 1... . marks.ind form like bis sire, the famous Icn Ilrocck Our people were absolutely deiiil to the merits of ' ' been beaten by ins son ,iuccr He served two mares when llirie vears tlie Drake Carter, a full brother to Concregan He Pedigree Kenny Wilke's was bv l.s I. old fruiter. two colts, both owned here, ami and got wsilputup-stonajlknit and has the muscles and wines 16C0, sire ot M.ittle Wilkes 3 10: 1st dam y,, ,,m Jim could notbiiy either for i;oo. 0t quarters of nil the best decendent of Lexington, Zelk.i b) 31I I H.iw.itha, lull sister to Miiud Wil bii) a Harkaway vomigstcr in or around Olucy for at FI F Ll.N DOLL A Kb li.lins 3 20. ail d.un Tina bv Manibrino Mcssi-nccwill make the seas and less than no to Ijoo, out nl C.011111K111 mares He to insure sire of the il.nn of Messenger Chief, who sired served in lus whole life 33 m. ires und got n; lo.ils Maud MtiNcnger 3 Ifi'j ; 3 11.1111 bv Dovvriing's ll.iv For Messenger, ith dam b) Young Jefferson, pacer; ered several years he ran wild inI pasture midtocov was trying no inures, during the time see 5th dam by Hunt's Commodore I w Wl,,k. l on "top of Lyle Wikes 4630 son of George Wilkes; ist whether would go under or stay It C, SVNIIS the sod. lllack rolt.foaled in iS5; by Caliban 331, (sire of dam l.ou Coons, by American Clay, 3d d.un W. A Itt'SSM L.or Address by Mambrino Clilel, id daiii Mrs. C audle, C F.Clay 3 iS, Cyclone 3 33', Coaster 336 ist J II, I Mil KM AN, :d Hiawatha by Hiawatha, son damAliccO by Pascard 330, sonof Almoin, sireof 'dam of Danville, Ky 7 If Fannie Wuliersp ion, 3 i0'( ; add.im Madam Finch, of Imp Albion, dam Duther's Maiifby Miiiubrino record 3 3SJ,Alice Messenger Downing's Hay Messeiiger by U.it (dam of Kmma (J 3. year-olDowning's Hay . llasconi3 4i,and Puntoua 34s by Drennon, 3d dam .plncrs, dam bv Imp Messengtr Caliban 331. by Mambrino Messenger is the sireof Lad) Martin 2 by General 1'avlor Jim1 M.imbriuo Messenger, siieof dV, Pilot, sire of Ilannis 3 17), Mainbriuo Gift 330) Porters jSW dam Cassia, by Cassius M. Clay, Jr, sireof Harry George II. i hom.is, who sired Srott Thomas 3 31, Clay 3 33)1, and Du'.mgoa 33K, Pascal by Almoin, inn 1. any rs, a 39;. sireof Pediniont 317,, dam f'carlie Leonard, by runs, c koiiin'son, American Clay, sire of Granville 336; 3d dam by Stanford, Ky. John Campbell, son ot vvagner; 3u nam Kilken-ney- , by Mingo, son of American l'.clip.c; Almoin by Alexander's Abdallah, sireof Goldsmitli Maid, Chief, sire of dam of 3 ia: ist dam bv Mambrino Director 3 17, 3d dam Kate by Pilot, Jr, sire of dam of Maud S. 3 oS), The an.ilysis,of this ped igree shows two crosses of Mambrino Chief, two (THK Tl'RPIN HOItSK, of Pilot, Jr, two of Henry Clay und oneof built upon a pacing and thoroughbred I'his colt will serve mares nt W1llmaknthepresentseas011.it L, D Garner's, foundation miles from Cran Orchard, on the Stanford pike", DOLLARS to insure. and will serve mares at iTJlnThAt ll't STALLI0XS FOR 1888. imp. fcoarDoar, ii. "-- 111 - ZS&JZviqS 3sss -- alil 111 j'H. iar 11 111 11 1111 I COaTCREGAlT aires it has been made, and to he t of its efficney only reHllre a trial .v 5ocents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is If, after using two-- lirds of bottle, the buyer is not thoioughlv satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undeisigned and your monev will be refunded. guar-agti-e- d t 1 oi dollars worth of hiikcns die every year frcm t hoi jr.-- i It is more fatal to rhickcns than ill other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of ;t lemeiiy tn.it Thousands 'jrr i 4fi s S 1 For "sale by Mi' Roberts S Sta Spend-thrift'- s KKMY WILKKS. '"l'"v' y "'"-- .,,. . . . ,c 4 111 1 r ,. Tho nu runs' OUIDE is Usuod March and Sept., It U an oncv. clopoillo of tmufiil Jnfor. matlon for nil who pur. chaso tho Iuxurloa or tha nocoisltion of Ufa. W,t can clotho you and furntrih you with nil tho nooeimary ond unnecessary nppllnncog to rldo.wnlk, dnnco, sloop, eat, flnh, hunt, work, ro to clmroh, or stay nt homo, nnd in various sizes, stylos and quantltios, Just figure out what Is roquirod to do all thoso things COMFORTABLY, and you can mako a fair ostimnto of tho valtio of tho BUYEKB OUIDE, whioh wilt bo sent upon receipt of 10 conts to pay postarro, ortch year. 111-11- o MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 4 Michigan Avonuo, Chicago, IU. d j, RADFELD'S BLACK DENMARK! H3 BiemiTUlt A SPECIFIC FOR GKOVJER C)LEYE)LAND. $10 to Insure Living Colt. - GltDEHOTr, '. Woman's Diseases -- UCB AB PEYTON E3IBRY, stlnrul rofuaa luppraasad Fcsvnty and rraaralar four-mil- MENSTRUATIOW or offering and oook'-JlessAO- If Uken during tbe CUANOK OF LITE, (Treat a infer will be svoldect. VtrSeui tot to Womm," nuilod free. Bsujkmj IUutnsTo Co., Atlanta, Qsv ft r ,.v- - M ,' 1 'iirf r . ' v .