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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888040301 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. The Dying Editor. ;.. . i i. i mi' lie mwHTiu ii pnpi'i lay mum "i ii... h.ul iMth.-u-t- l lair, ami thv iliw of i on Imbmw ho calm iiml full, huta l'llut- i Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 3, d888. fluMirus, NO. clinp-pt-icrup-tliin- -- 15 n. . . - Worth Knowing About Eggs. . .... an1 inn oiuv iihmi. Tlii'V nu iiiiiriiu ul-- o. Tin- - uliitc 1m Hllroi-iouri'iui'.lv fin Imiimm, ami tin- - oil i i MT. VERNON, .up - i ... 7. , ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. ,, Uiiiiiiwiii. for your, n-- T. -- our lli'--'iv.if ' ami M'nitcliiw'. jr.ih.H-il n- lie . the niiiniiiiieri hoftly, iW, if hHiilloueri in time Mill Printer's, list: "Well, at last the Ming-gli-'- s ellert.ullv rietael, a e in the ' over, unri I iieM'r will he throat. Take a niCNSiige ami a token to that city The white of two will reiulet the chesttutiu of mine, that all his worn-ou- t ioriosi.. sublimate as hauuless nuts )m had better put in brine. Theie's as a rinse of cajoniel. I Iggs strengthen his joke about the weather, which lie's tlie consiimitive, in need these many years, ami the gag vigoiate the feeble ami lemler the most hunting susceptible all but proof against jaumliie bout the fellow' who is beers. Ami the item he's so foml of, on in its most malignant phase. Kugs can the nun who peddled Iwioks, and the also . diauk In the shape of that b.eeri on people, who go tlshing Hip" ihich sustains the oiiitoti.il ellorts ut the linxiks; just to sae the p.ipei's ni a modern statesman. reri:iaml tocast iki slutx on mine, I In I'r.ince alone the wine clarillers use would ask him as a favor to put such more than Ml.ooO.ooo n year and the biim-- . And the lies he's fon.l of .u.ian ,.nsuine ::s,(Kli),(x)0 in calico telling of the street-car- s and the tracks, printing ami for dressing the leather the ike about the man who step upon in making the tlnest kid glows. some dan- - j lg.shells are valuable forallopath ami Home tucks, ami the one ly who will never pay for clothes, and homeopath alike ugice in rcgarriingthem the me on women cleaning house -- it' s the purest of carbonate of lime, w .try, heaven knows! Oh, I know I'll. In the face of these facts it seems happx in my grave beneath the inciedible that an article of com- mi, if the mini who does the city woik niei.v, to produce which requires liardlv will put these jokes in brine. Tell the ny capital, and which i salable in ini'v nun wlm tends to inisiucss not to weep quantity, N so littloattendeil to that the whin I am dead, but to buy himself a supply is in Kiiglniiri altogether uneiiial i ititi ami to hit the tlrst man on the head to the demand. w iiu.oines in with struiirs of items ami: Him many egg me laid within the roiMi-l- rt them printed free, uhi-i- i the Itritifli Islands can only be calculated ri'gular rates are cheaper than they toul- - with an approximated ricgiee of accuni- Iv ought to be. Tell the foiemau when Ai cording to the latest agricultural lie makes up not to turn a rule foi me, returns, theie are at present in the but sjuply print an item saying that my I'niteri Kingdem something like JO.OM,- houI s fn-e- ; for I want no eulogistic tally ion) of barn-riisi- r fowls, though, as the of that kind in mine, and I think such poultiy in the pos.ses.sion of the cottageiH luurv chestnuts should b- - pickled well u-i- not, except in the case of Ireland, in brine. IIae that gay and fresh iv taken into account, the leturn may be porter I engaged the other day put a i -- an led as much under rather than Mtop to saying "VIuh," also "We the mark. Twenty-liv- e millions come to stay," ami if he should say would be nearer the real iiunilK-r- . Now Iik'.i." you must trample in his gore, for if we ritMttct from tliN "permanent nun- you know I'd ne'er allow it in the happy layers," in the shape of male birds and riiusof yore. And the man who comes tu. Il.tXXUXK) which reaches the market to tell you how to run a paper well, in the form of poultry for the table, the should lie greeted when he enters with a remainder will represent sittingheiisaml pewter chestnut bell; ami you'll print mere chickens. the paKT promptly, be the weather full Sane fowls will lay as many as 'Q of storms, and the fonuiian must becaiv- - eggs per annum, while others do not fill when he's making up the forms that yield a third of that number. Hut If, ai- the beauty of the p.in-- r may through cording to the calculation of a correspou- the ages shine, and not be like Its neiuli-- j dent, whoe figure we printed some only lit to put on brine." Ati'lti months ago, each hen is credited with KH) eggs there would be at least (WX),(X,- on dlobe. 'iHH) of eggs (nun our home T r," Lf i"T Fine and Flghty. Looks ' less than lli.lHXMXXr in process of hatch- . , , , , , ' ' hi "ipp'.v. pnnligiuus as it seems '"!' . gottui down to work ivinugoruted ami Ms, howeer, a meretnlle compared with rcii'iusl. lie touuil bis femes at home.,, ' tlieiiiantity reuuiivri. lor f the egg , not blown a bit, but teiinulshigh'stak- v .1 I - .ii killlllillllll illV ill 111 il.lHIW,- island riveted." He doc not know the number mentioned would not whither (ieii. (ireen ClavMnlth will run .. ..!. 01 I more cacti 01 .1 iiiein as the prohibition candidate or not. He aumii thau about '. pei annum. TliN, of thinks some one will run on that line, cour-- c. far he ou t ie murk, -- f Loin I. .11 and would as soon see it (ieu. Smith Time-- . el-- e. He says he will rutiagain-- t anvtliiug, ami as uiucli of it as come- -, Composition oT Dynamite. ami h ill beat it. He says lie will get maThose who have neerseen the much- ny prohibition votes and cotild not k talked-o- f dynamite eplo-iv- e will be in- for a bettei condition ,t all'aiis in liisdi--tin- t. let eMcd to know that it looks veiy much 'rkii.'ltlKNili.iliii,iiHliMifi'.l.liMMli.ih- - fxtnirtiililf fnmi (ln volk it .iinink-i- liv aua, ami akcil tin riving writer If lie tin Uuiaiw in an "almost inimculouH1 l , " . '. f,,lll,,l,ri' f',,,,nl '" , Jiiria wonl to wiy. Tlu. rioon.eri man h.Iumli-xi-i- alas til-o- hae(,er "e !)!, -- .... , a-- ' Have the republican- - ic'tved on a man to run ag.iin-- t you"" I "Yes, I think so -- John V. Yeikes, of Daimlle, one of the be- -t men in their ranks. It will be gratifying to know i that I am "1 tocanva-- s with such an agree- -- risiingtoii abb gentleman." be (loxernor looks line and llglity. Cor. I.oui-ville Times. Grass Widows Get No lnsui.ncc. One of the mo-- t iuiHiitaut judicial de- eer lendeivd in this Mate was delivered in tlie ciicuit couit b Judge K.rk I lanes yesterday. A member of mutual benefit aoeia-ti"ti- s oin ut the t had his life for his wife, giMtigher name, as the beneficiary, in tin amount of$0K). He subseouentlv pro ured a divorce front his wife for hei marital misconduct, but he did not theceitillcate of iusuntuce in lier behalf. After his death the society re-- 1 fused to pay her tin- - amount of the poli-- 1 iv on the ground that before his death Alie had ceased to be his wife, ami that u'ftir his death she was neither his nid-onnn his heir. Judge Ilawes decided ou these grounds that the divorced wife was not entitled to the amount of the Insurance. -- Chicago Journal. set-rein-iir- ed ' m s Lincoln said to a repot ter a few days ago: "They still mention my name once In a while as n candidate for is only when they have nothing else to talk about. I am not paying the plighteflt attention to uch matters. I am out of politics: to the presidency, hut that stay." J. L. Cogar, of Midway, purchased 5(0,000 bushels of wheat last week at cents anil 50,000 pounds of hemp at 811 So Jkt cwt. Syrup of Pig Is Niture'i own truo laxative. moit easily taken, and the most It U the effoctlvo remedy known to Cleanse tho System when Bilious or Coctlve; to dispel Headaches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A. 11. Penny, Stanford. l'rice 7$ cinU per tiox. llcsides lumber in r iuh and dreised, I will carry nriniuey rcfunileil in? grouml. a luge line of wtnjuw vhe, doors and shingle, ' I";"-'"--"-- There is a rumor on the Mrcet that I'nr s.ilu b A R IVnti), Stinfunl, K) ";' liths.uost mid the picket fence formerly old by 'li1'!" Mr. Wearen. s, u HOCKfcK 13 ijr " o.n in its Mr. I loekerN.l.l his intereM in Christian ''-"Is Consumption Incurable ? rii'iityeireuitanrieountyeouit clerk. College to KMer W. I.. Williams. The Mr C H MorrU,Nciv-jrk- , UK. Itr.ul the fiillnwln PF.NNV FKAMC IIERBEKT, D I) S . 'rlwillltiMlttl Is M.illitiip tln.sii nilltlii It. ( "W.n down wall Ark, i me "V ...". a bai- - imiik inf .1 concern is owned .nv .iiss the t.imn, nyi (rlt'iuU .ind phjtiii innAlices of mil suits lapidly. Call early for pninimnc-eHannah Itcrgin, of Meicer. The' entiiv & inc inc .in incurable conxiimptuc Ikn.in -- t "i";) property will probably be offered for Or Kind's New Di.conri fur Cunfiiinptlun, -- T. .1. Ciess, of Itulo, has our thanks sale at the close of the school vear. DENTISTS, am nim'iin m) third bottle and able lumenni the lortlielirst Domilietof wild llowors tlusj )r, Moreland lllain. of Williams- - w ork on tnj farm It ii the riiic.t ineitlrlne ever HflLLUon I.anc iMcr St.. onno sue spring All work guaranteed to Rive en burg, is here recalling boyhood's: memo- made" Jee Middleware Decatur, Ohio, .i) "Had It not been for Mr Kln;' New I)lcoery lire saii.iacituii .John Williams got a severe cut on ries. J. M. ! locker, one of our former for Cnnsuinption I would hue died of his left hand by closing a sharp barlow citi.en, has been here looking after his Trouble U'ai given up tij doctor Am now THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. thereon. inteiest in the college property. .Mr. In the hist of health " S imple bottle free at Checkers by telegraph is the all ab- VanArsdale, one of the new millingfirni, A It l'enni'A drug utorc sorbing game now over the local wires will move to this place very soon. He I he jjreitest reduction in prices ever known at Electric Bitters. AI.I t and repair in this place. has taken the Col. Wcatherforri piopei- - 'I hi remedy i beionlnjo,well Unown and no shop KKFIrXDS' friend for shoeing past favors hanking my their solicit the same in I'rof. Mullius closed the second term ty. . If. Smith is boxing the lemiiaiil popular a U need no special mention All who done in the best of the future. All kinds of work, style and warrinted to give of his singing school at the couit-hoiof hisstock preparatory to hN return to have med Klcctrlc Hitter luif thi imesonof satisfaction or no pay. Anv thing in iron or wood that on want Rive me a mil and be convinced. praUe A purer medicine due not exist and it Friday night. lauicaster. AI.I ER FIELDS, Turnersville. Kuarantced trf do all that i,clalmcd Electric -- Our town marshal, James Proctor,' The papers are continuallv Illuxtrat-i- s Hitters will cure ail dUeascnof theLlur and alo janitor for the Christian church g the courtesy shown bv the Anglo-am- i will remove I'imple. Units, bait Ithcuin and Sunday schools. other alfictions caused bj impure blood. Will s.,xo r..t. t t'u, j,,.ti,,r 'Hi,x. Wo MT. VERNON, KY. lion, .iiimcs n. mvi reaiyreiiieiiiiier - invanablv read that when a man has drive M.ilirii from the svstein and prevent as well a cure all Malariil I'evrni. For cure of si liocKcasiie id tlie amount ol Mi luisli determined to commit suicide he grace- Headache, Constipation and Imllc.tion try ElecThis old an J n Hotel i still maintainels of gsirdeii seeds. fully begins by murdering his wife or tric Hitler Kntire s.itif iction raurantecd or ing it fine reputation. Charges reasonable, James Hix, after a tlnee months' sweetheart a a preliminary, on the monc) refunded l'rice 50c and $1 pir bottle at attention to the traveling public. sojourn at Mooiesburg, Tenn., has M. P. NKWCOMH, Prop , principle, "Ladies served first." Some A It I'cnii)' ilrugktorc Mt Vernon, Ky. lied to Mt. Vernon. crank has ransacked ancient and modern barrets at Si. 75 at W. W. Penn, the hustling pavenger lore to prove that the fashion of female SALT. aai Hamilton'., Koulmd iiirent from Junction City, was heie Sun - appaiel never changes except when lay looking after the patrons of his some leader of the ton hti the inNfor-tun- e LONDON, KENTUCKY, mail. to be publicly executed. In such CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. MKs I'.lla Jnplin leaves Wednesday caes the style of tires- - in which she suffor Ash tiruve Mo., to visit relatives. J. fered is at once tabooed. Wonder w hen 25 Acres Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. s tt was in Cincinnati Friday and they'll hatia woman with a butle on. Tito miles Smith of St.infonl on Neal's Crtik. Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and ni jht W, CRAIG Saturday. Trains are met by Polite I'ortersJ of this Popular The mild and enial temperature of Aildnss inc Carlisle, Kv House. . I.. U'hitehead ww to I'ineville theday called most of our population to this week on a tour. He the stieet and led to,. the renewal of RAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP will 11N0 take in Cumbeiland and Ilijs umiiy old acquaintances. The most demonstrative citizen out was Col. Mark It ivina lunnjlit I. M I.isley' scale ami Mock Stone (Japs. THE GENTS' FURMSHER, belli;: Kaster Sunday It was Jarnuin, of color. Mark has been at- - and rented the cell ir he occupied I will move there (or the present with my meat Itcmenibcr thellr-td- a tending ciicuit court at Stanfoid and the place, under V.m.rdale'toie room 513 4th St., Louisville. number of W V IIAMSKV Jtf jokes, etc. Ac, ive us a res- - Huri.il at came back completely disusteil. His fashions of the day in the Cents' Furnish, The ideas ate novel, jf not slightly hetero- tlie old Knie yard. No mourners. will alu ays be found in my store. am S. O. DAVIS, ' ,,ox"L" ' s,lare down on the coriupt "KxpuMtifable" Owens was in town agent for the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the AND SURGEON, best Laundry in the world. Saturday raking in the sheekels betting j institution of trial by jury; his theory PHYSICIAN the lsys that not one of them could pro- - ,,oill' tll;lt t,,l,IV "hlil be but one man MT. VERNON.KV. nonnce his name conettlv on the tlrst ' on nn.v Jnr.v w,lo " " "" of sen e, trial. All failed to do so and "Kx.,' was would be able to settle anv case in a few Office next door to Whitehead". Ilruj Store. PURCHASING AGENT, moments; or if the people insi-- t on a Special attention ijit en to di.eises of children. happy. Hotel Emory, - - - Cincinnati, O. the new postoilice recently jury of l'J, let each be sworn to be govIn pur Would thankfullv solicit tour natron-ieestablished at Proctor's Store, in the erned by the majority. This, he alleges, chasing for people outside of the citv, in any line would save time ami expense, piv.ent western border of this county, will reTo Farmers of Lincoln and Casey. ol Koods.vU Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions oi all Kinds, and Carpets The name bribery ami relegate the lawyers to some cent' its first mail Wedding Outfits and Mourning Goods a specialty I also "ch iperon" Ladles visiting Cincinnati hone-- t avocation. mis given to this ollice by a noted iitall Het nferenies given. hate bought the "I'nde of Nelson" Stiles' chopping or hunter, after various names had been pvtent . We can save ou 30 per cent on square Charges reasonable Telephone 57. Lire In Libby. rail fence will make tour old rail fence submitted to ami rejected by the departAt night the six large lofts presented stand as lonafier it falls .dow n as it has stood, and stronger than It ever nas for fne cents per ment. warjiictures, oer which a sin- pannel. A. It Mc K INN KV. (Casey. Mrs. Judge Carter, who is in Cincin- htrant'e ilustimille, Kt gle tallow candle wept copious and V. I.MilvINNEV.Airint. Snntord nati for the treatment of cancer, is Imgreasy tears that ran dow u oer the STANFORD, KY ., proving. Judge Fish, who suH'ered a loaf of corn hi etui, Horden's con- r KPHl s (. IIOCkEK.SEC A JINE.SUT paralytic stroke some time since, is ie- . . E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. 111 tltltllll U irwil lull). l)f.vnitM iili. densed milk can, or; bottle in which it STANFORD " ' 1...1 ;i muh, """L,.u..i HMH IlilVlt. II PlIllkLllll I'll lilltll .. llS' I'SII ..,.!,. i...r.. lul'1 lrturi of lus kull nut ly tho 'tais" when the guards, with uiicon- - FLamUG MILL CQMPMYi uiicinrs leiiruary, is ame to waiK scious irony.'shouted, "bights!" at which Manufacturer 01 around. This old and Hotel still maintains signal it usually amid a Flooring, Woathorboardlngr, Colling, its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determm. ul.n.i .... ..f l.,.,.t ...,.1 . ....I. ...I !..!!.. ' " """ "'" ,rm .' """ Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, ed that it shall be second to no country Hotel in That Awful Boy. .. ti .1.. ... in. ...I ', "vis- lit iiiiini. . I ill. - i.IT II' IIIVVII'U i Etc. Sash. Doors and Blinds always the Stite in its Fare, Appointments, or Atten r--. Shainin gave a sinallbiit vervele-- i , tion to his itiet. llairgage convc)ed to and me six limns, lyiiij; iii raiiKs, neaii to in stock. L'.int tea the other evening, and as a re from depot free f charge Special accommodahead ami foot to foot, like prostrate lines waul for being good for two bonis she tion, to Commercial Travelers. of battle. For the general good and to like nioi- -t brown sifjir. allowed her son Hertie, aged 10, to sit at something like military precisme. which is formed by the action of ni- - the table with her guests. As an exam t ion, these tank- - (especially when cold We hatereceited and .ire daily receiving our trie acid upon dyceiine, at alow temper; ple of villainy we give a weather compelled them to lie close for elecint line of .Sprins Milliner) We hate left ature, is theactixe nyent in dvnamite, few of tlie remarks made bv Ma-tItei- nothing undone trc our stock better warmth) w r bubdivided into throughout I'esides makeMilliner), we first clas, TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. will have our - tie during tlie progre.-- s of the meal: but with soim' absorbent suba well selected line of Ladies' Kmbroidery Call Hawn;; recently cijuipped fine Roller .Mill in stance to render it safer to haudle than1 "Ma," he asked lir-- t, "nho-- e spoons convenient squad- - under chatge of a and examine our Movk More on Lancaster st the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to 10 "Captain," who was invested with COL'Rl & COX the ii in ill glycerine. The ma-equal in quality of dour, we think the cititens ot are these?" to see that eveiy man lay the county should have counts pride enough to teiial thu- aline "Hush, dear," said Mrs. Hianini. patronire and sustain the tame We wish to inSADDXiERTSTT "spoon fashion." form whom it may concern that we are in the white pun del composed of leninants of' He hushed font second, then: market to bu) ) our wheat and corn and will alNo consideration of conveniami resembling pondeiedj "Ma, nho-- e big gla-- .- dish is that?" ways site the highest market price for same. We some J I' llVKKIShas opened on Lancaster St., have added and new michiuery to our corn meal chalk; Ibis take-u- p two or three times! "Little boys should be seen and not ence was permitted to interfere with tlie can meal suit any in. vt geneialcoinfoit of the "squad." Thus, stockdour to the Interior Journil oilut-- .tlint-c- l 1st department cannot benow make by any toother mill equalled person It Its weight of tlie of Mtldlerv yuods which ho will sill private without heard," slid Mrs. Sliamtn with a sickly solicit a trial vicinity when the hard tloor could no longer be lv during the wick und on every haturil it and in thisdepartment WeAll having in our Hour and becoming and the ingiedients aie, smile that did not conceal fnun the meal in our line enduied on the right ide especially by cnurtdat will hold auctions, vvnen he will dispose for sale will please call at the grain where our Mill, y ol all kinds ot harness and s.uldlirv goods mived, leaden vessels and wooden fact tliat there was a feaiful agent will be found at nil times, who will give the men -- tlie captain gave the combest prues for same. I'r.m and shiiistulT always spoons being to avoid dangerous uvkoiiing in stoie for Heitieou their de- thin J II HIITO K. DAVIS in siock W. N. POTTS. mand, "Attention, squad number font! ft iction. When fne is applied to this partuie. Stipt., Stanford Roller Mill Co. iii tf Prepare to spoon! One two spoon!" mass it burns with a strong tlame with- "Say, ma," he put in, inteitupting old the whole squad flopped ou the left out any e.plo-iobut when ignited by Mis. Moneyweight, who was the special Ajul 1KALEK$ IN Mai ch Century. side. a detonating e or even by a sudden guc.-- t of the occasion, "that ain't our its eplo-i- e foive is tieiiiendotis. ercake basket, is it?" There are said to be :.'."0,000 commerROWLAND, K , lliidget. V "Heitie, diiln't you hear Mis. Money- - cial trawleis in the rnited tate, and J Have ju.t opened anew stoikof Men and l!o)s' w eight speakim;?" eliides his distie ed their average expense ate about Clntliinj, lfatt Cans, Hoots, hhoes, Dry Goods, He Told Anecdotes. Nothtis and riinuly Cirocenes AIo dealers in patent. per ilaj, or jHi;s,7."0,0i)0 per year. .Many yeais ago we heard a sermon Coal Countr) produce taken in exchange for I'll bo quiet if you'll tell me "Well, goods at highist market prue Come one, C"ine from the James I). Coulling.uMeth- - .. e all, and learn the advantages in trade .. MM.....!....1 ......I.--. ... invsiiin-iiieuv via v.-- .1... 1111. i iv odi-- t pieacher of decided all -v. In the1,, ' ..1. llivtiit'.. ..... . Hun''. .'I. H . l, uiii,l ...v. I.Ot'VILI.K, KY I'liiti.-- i' nf Mr. C'otiliiii'.' tnlil "Hertie!" pointed ntul pcitim-n'iiiitiIoIl'.s MEN'S "Oh, ma, I forgot to tell you that .Mm. in of hN Milijei't. Upon Life Hooker wants you to he Mire and mmuI liMviiu: tluM'ltitirlt, wo wnlked a littlu FINE FURNISHINGS, Co., Plilla- and oh, back her teaspoons way witliti I'tvsliyterian lady of clelplila. s Sally broke one inti'llieni'o ami onte mlturi-- . ma, did you know that , 'Underwear, It Is an oldandtborouKhl reliable, conservative 'i' wore tii'i'Diiipaiiieil ly aiU'ltlerlyceu of Mrs. Walker'h teacup-.- and oh, what cniiii.in), noiv in its (1st vear with $11,500,000 Hosiery, a pretty plate this is! Who docs it surplus Its rates are 'as assets and tli'inatt of ttneonttnon .ikMcity tun I low as anv old and reliable compan), with divito?" Gloves, dends unsurpassed a'rcputatlon for fair dealing Tito lady eriticNoil the weimon very excilled li none and plans to suit evcr)hodv. The door had hardly closed on tho last Said islte: "I don't like to Fine Custom Shirts severely. Would call the attention of business men to its when the neighbors were apprised new endowment, aicumulated surplus and 6 per hear aneedotert from the pulpit. I do jjuest mvsi'i:cia?.iv: cent Kuarauteed bonds plan of policies whose import could not bo W9" Women insured on the sime r tte as men. not cull that preaehin. I want to hear by a sound itertie's time of reckoning 4th and Main JOHN K. KAITI.KNEU, a preacher reason." There was a nliIit mistaken that 5Jin District Agent for Kentucky had come. panne, when our elderly friend B.tid very quietly: "A cettain man went down A Rrocerytnan in Kirksville, Mo., THE FLORENCE from Jerusalem to Jerieho and fell makes tho following oiler: Any man among thieves. Thu preacher who told who drinks two dratas of whisky a day that anecdote in Httppotetl to have known for a year, and pays ton cents a drink for LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. I have bought the riht to sell the Florence how to preach, and lie was very much it, can have at his store, :W sacks of Hour, Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish u'tven to telliiiK aneedote-.all who may wish to save their clothes from the This re- 210 pounds of granulated sugar, and 72 rubbing teirlng to the process of Hichtnond pounds of good green coll'eo for tho sumo the disettsjsion. mark THE LARGE3TfAND FINEST vvashing. andTake one incident it and old convinced. be and try I'll not worry ou about bii)tng unless you are ful Iteliious Herald. makmoney, and get $2.50 premium for ly satisfied a. to its merits. HOTEL IN THE CITY. 1 1 The undersigned have purchased the Florence ing tho change in Ids exenditurcs. Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we The Most Agreeable sss take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, As well iu tho most olToutivo method and without hesitation pronounce it a success la Dynamite is the most deadly of all exRATES $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORDevery particular, dome all that Is claimed for it: of disponing Headaches, Colds, and Fevers, plosives, and cholera was sure death to Win. Daughterly, J W. Wallace, Dr. llaurne, This never tries. of purity, ING TO ROOMS.' or Cleansing tho System, is by taking chickens until the discovery of Cantor's strengthpowder wholeioinencss A More economical Mrs S I' Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis and Dudderar, I. K. Lynn, L. I. Dawson, C Vanoy, than the ordinary a few doses of the pleasant California liquid chicken cholera cure. It is sold on tho competition with kinds, and canno) be sold in Mrs. Amanda Peak, Ceorge Peyton, Alex the multitude of loir test, short C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, fruit remedy, Sjrup of Figs, eight plan by MoUoberts ifc cans. alum or phosphate powders Sold only In TURKISH A RUSSIAN MATHS IN HOTEI.. K, Harrow, A, M. Fclaud and many Sim Raines, R, others Rovai. II ski no PonniR Co., M.F. ELKIN. For mile by A. H. Penny, .Stanford. vA Wall treet. New Vof k. 2t btagg. Headquarters at S. b M)en' core. - f.,t raw nit-- , " : , 'Jt i 'V1' v - a rital.- - on the ntuvt. fi'i-lk- lirul-- ,w: lUh-hon- - ...,'! ,' ,'f",1' . , ... ,."- ""' very -' , jjrutillc.l .Situnhiy .lolm I. ('aipi'iitcr He is -- r.Mtly hut In on rN- iMiitu-iuti-il m Bucklen's Arnica Salve. iliclii the ttorlJ lor cut, limine, ulicn, t lit rlivuin, fcer sori."i, letter, l ., II in J, iliillilulns, conn i tul all skin I have purchased the lumber yards of Messr. and piiiltivfli in res pili, or mi p.iy t.eorrfe l Wearen and I ,M llruce and will open It l intccd ti li e pcrfvit s.itll.ic-tlrn- i abi-va- lct LUMBER YARD! rd 1 ku ir the one purchased of Mr Wearen - m 1 . B V d t.ik-l- Fanny loitrt-house Herbsrt, j ai-'Jlli- ce - ''egg-clit-tn- nt V first-clas- i 1 I t. ',,., I Kid-ne- ), j ( ' t,4 NEWCOMB ircll-kno- w HOTEL. hpe-ci- ie-ti- n ' Sj-t- Seven-hiith- cl I JACKSON HOUSE. j FOB SALE. .11 -- House and Laud First-clas- Nc-bi- i I ' 307-t- f. pro-pecti- WOOD WALLACE, " ial i in-l- ine 1 - -- MISS HARRISON, 7;-t- f. i I slBht-seeim- r fowl-house- s, 5 , po.t-an- - ,..',, 1 pet-rill- ti C I con-tiiniii- L' -. .- 111 well-kno- ... - ... . .Vitro-glycer-- 1 MILX.I1TZR7X pie.-er- w cool-bloode- d NOTICE .1 er 1 ty iit 1 it-- ed inlu-oii- a, per-on- al , nitixi-glyieiii- pa-t- y, -- ea-il- I gue.-t-t- he u-- ed K j HrXtTOJST&DATTXS General Merchandise, n, . fu-- sil-blo- -H- o-ton le. ,. 1 - ui-- io-6- I tlii't-i'tmo- t INST7EE illtiMi-.ttini- i In the Pcuii 3Iutial Insurance li- be-Ioi- ik to.id-ixi- r. THE GALT HOUSE, WASHING MACHINE " clot-o- d POWDER v m Absolutely Pure. Molt-cla- 4.. r1 ft .4 i-- s xJlij n" t .., ' .4 .v. 1,1 Semi-Week- ly Tin (icncral Assembly, hnH been in session Ol days and has passed 771) bills, SX Stanfohd, Ky., Ai'Mii. 3. 1888 of which hut !il) are of a general iinture. limiting the Senator Harris' hill .. R..iTO.-itHSk. ..... j amount which counties may vo c u, LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. V. P. roads In 4 pereent. of its assessed rail and ..... .. ...Ilh.fcW..tttllJt .... t -- One of Judge llrown's milk cows was personal property ,.iie.i im- ( run over and killed by the south-boun- d A numhorof the legislators suvtiri'd j It is all well enough and decidedly (t.tK passenger train Friday. j)roper to go through fhe forms of im- advances from Tate it seems, and this is W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. - We go you one that London has of pri-- 1 whv no douht the investigation t. LANCASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. I KIIWON peaching thief Tate, hut that is not A MM t'l I, I'rjprrmr, kV ' .more enthusiastic Louisiana Lottery The people want to know and vale papers has not been forced. K.V -- Rro. Yancey baptized Miss Kuhiink IDMiOX. I'liorv Savli, llllntlt, I rime-- , aini;(lbc Mni. sucker than any town of its si.e in the -- Mr. Oisney, from Muhlenberg, has wheie their money went to and who, if llrinkcl. ( orniuf , Staim, Neel, int; M.ititlr Sunday afternoon in Dix river. tr.uul.i-- . st irt- hinit, sli'.vimt, State. liooil timioui. ,iul .j.idlc linr-- f i'1a.i) fur lure li.ilii'ltn, any others, were responsible for his fall oll'ered a bill to make the playing of foot- C ninleri, S (line Shil'wlr., I itln, IIkOm I on rcjimi.iljk t rm The oldest inhabitant is bound to . .mlii it Ii Servi.e was held at the Chiistian licntpniiitniitlierjilrM.il. rri. the ricl nnvtn K"jih anil Drrvcti l.mn'itr on Sunday a or h.tse-bafrom the high pinacle of honesty to ball, town-bal- l In the lic i confess he nevcrsaw a fairer Faster than Send for priue licfuri u mi; lcwhre. ii r t lie State eliuich Sunday by Flder Livingston, in Ihf inuiinl.-twhich he had attained by pull misdemeanor punishable by line any- Sunday. It was a glorious day. with appropriate music by the choir, led over the eyes ol a; where from $100 to $.100. wool ing the The iMiing season is here, and one by Mrs. R. M. Jackson, the organist. Thirty-eigh- t members of the House trusting constituency. It is said that the can hear nothing hut llsh talk. Theie Thiee drunken convicts, whose time disclosures of I. 0. TV. contained in ' only were present Saturday, hut they are as many Paak Waltons as Xitnrods had expired, made an attempt to board papers would create a de- managed to pass 7lbills, without consul in Ijineaster. Tate's private (Seer's construction train on the C. V. cided sensation and cause needless heart- eration, or knowing what was in them At the rate the grass is growing this, road and were put oil" by Mr. (leer. They indicated. aches to those whose names would be more than their titles Monday morning, the pastures will do to became very boisterous and drew their A lot of the members went to found thereon. Let 'em ache. They turn on the cows within two weeks, pistols, but were disarmed by the conThe following list of goods, suitiblc for this time of year, and buy Saturday, another lot to Cinknew that they were receiving stolen sun! Louisville and llless the struction crew before any damage was property at the time they received it and cinnati and another to Miss Ressie Wherritt came up from them of me nnd get the best: are morally, if not legally, as guilty as knowing they would be too drunk to do Sister Catherine's on Wednesday and done. S. Marshals Riley, Rogeis Deputy disgraced and dishonored Tate, Let anything yesterday, the House adjourn- spent n few days with her father and the and Magganl anived Thursday from Per CANNED GOODS. there be no concealments, but a clear ed over till MISCELLANEOUS. mother. She returned yesterday. ry and Letcher counties with another lot and honest sweep throughout. a horse, Fugleman A Fnrris have NEWS CONDENSED. of moonshine prisoners. .Fudge Alcorn California Peache3, Cal. Evap. Peaches, which on being hitched to a buggy about visited in the Forum Mn. "Wattkhson's article the falls of Sinking Creek Sunday tieorge White, who killed Frank feeding time positively refused to budge, " " " Pears, Apricots, evening and pronounced the cascade and on the "Hysteria of Sectional Agitation," Conway, at Richmond, was given one " until he got his supper. A sensible horse, Apricots, Dried Peaches, a reply to Halstead's "Nullification of year in the penitentiary. B'encry very beautiful. Jack Conn, of that. Raspberries, Altaniont, was here Sunday. M.T.Crafi, Turkish Prunes, the Constitution," is worthy of the repTheodore Calloway, a murderer, was lex Dunn, of Danville, passed thro' of the Iehanon Fiilerprisc, is here. utation of the leading editor in the Tint- taken from the jail at Havncyv.lle, Ala., Grated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, lfu.riI00l,f whll his Pete Rroughton was in rested at .lei-- I ed States and has occasioned much fa- anil hanged by a mob of 'JOO, Sliced Pineapple, Mince Meat, is .piiie son, Robert, of Richmond, who vorable comment, Mr. W. is confident JudgeS. (5. Sharp is now treasurer ill of pneumonia. He was taking Hob ico last week and lodged in jail heie. Early June Peas, Apple Butter, He is charged with the killing of old that if the republicans are beaten at the of Kentucky, his nomination having Lima Beans, home, where he can be piopcrly cared man Wardroop, two miles south of HazPreserves, next election, as he thinks they will be, been continued by the Senate. for. Pie Peaches, Mackerel in Buckets, Wardroop el Patch, in the fall of IS.1 they will go to pieces and be reformed on David Jennings, of Lyons, N. Y., There hasn't been a marriage li.vnte was over ISO vears old and was murdered Corn, Cod Fish, the lines of protection and prohibition; claims to have discovcied perpetual moissued by our county clerk since March for a small sum of money he was that there will be a general shakingup the tion after a search of 'M years. Tomatoes, White Fish, 1.1. This don't look like the young men's nosed to have had on hi icron at the1 negroes will desert them in a body and Troubles never come singly. The C. fancies Oysters, Hominy, are turned to thoughts of love. time. His body wa thrown over it dill' then the republicans, including Hal-teaII. & Q. lot its shops and contents at Salmon, Dried Beans, Not this spring times are too hard. will be as anxious to suppresstbelatter's Aurora, 111., valued at $17.1,000. into a ravine, where it remained for sevSardines, Notwithstanding the fact that lecal eral days before it wa found. Jntne Bulk Pickles, vote as they are now rampant in their President Cleveland and Secretin y option is in ell'ect at Lancaster, it is evi-deChipped Besf, Bottle Pickles, llroughtou and his two sons, Pete and denunciation of its imaginary suppiess-io- n of the Navy Whitney attended whisky is heingsold in thetown. The ,S Corned Beef, were tried for the crime and were bv the democrats of the South. Catsup, int, Dorsheimer's funeral at New York. slli...i unn. ift.il wilt. tiirtti... vi.vti.r acquitted. Since then proof has come to Deviled Ham. Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. It is stated as a fact that a couple at . . ,,, ,,..,. ,. , ..;, I.v his testimony before the Impeachageu mi aim is yeais, nave ,,t0M () t)0 ilw The bos will havt light that warrants the arrest of Pete ment Court, (Sen. Hewitt testilied that i ico, lexas, I'iroiiglitoii again. become the parent ol a hoy. their bitters monthly statements between his and the recently STOCK OF STRFLE GROCERIES FULL. .. . 'I... 'i.. .........i ........ a,..-.- , .if ti... -- Miss Margaiet Stuart died A Hi:ii in tiik PisKirr.- - Weiitthe treasurer's olllce had al wavs been made, (mind Coinmandery Knights lcinplar ,..". ,!llll,1Mi.,t.i1,,L.imr i..- - place of execution. Theie was one t.... they consisted simply of a comp.iri w ' ' lltl i iimiin oviv will be helil at Maysville, on .May nth wa home bv Mr. J. I!. Johnston Satur- - ,..j. in a basket, otli-eeson of balance sheets from the two cut oil some weeks be- 10th to ore, and around weiv many coj.per pots dav. It will be a sad home-comin- g without the count of money, lie and . .... nviMiiinii .iMiiiiirriiH in rut (fin ' -her mother, a she is rtn onlv elnlil. Her in v.M...w.. claims thatthis was all that the law renearly three feet in diameter tilled with killing persons fat,ar W.H wit ,lur w,M.n Hill, .AIo., coal mines (lk.(I ,,t. heads and lemeiited down. The body quired of him. The statute on the ...... .... I.!...- - ..It.... ".. !..... tiliiii'ic.iComprising K.trly Rose. He.uity of Hebron, Peerless and HurbanU. ...... n....nr t,ft)J Kn.lav night to bn-.ithe news to! is buried, but the State holds on to the subject reads as follows: "The Auditor afterwards rescued. j jf shall once in each month ascertain head. For ten cents the executioner -- A woman at Hrooklyn has just given T,,'n, iM1-- t Jlllor htr,.am f,)r si, j showed the sword and solemnly went whether the money on baud in the l.It.t. .x .t.1jt, . . IfA IMfL III11 i lint ' .j Kentucky than Dix liver. And H the through the motion of taking oil" luaput. treasury agrees with the balmier shown' , ,f(MMl v.;.-,..wl wi.ws,- - iw.him.h,. list .Milt sell HIT . He slid he had cut oil' a good many hunby the books of the treasurer. The reliving aim oo.n wvii (.'until fcjiiill In. full 111 lisll. Al dreds, but admitted he would have to tin. rit-.isult of such investigation he shall imme- an-he Kentucky State Mumc 1 eachers ,t low j thu lortMnttII had about a diately report to tin governor." l strike hard to sour mv neck with a . Convention will be held at ( ovmgton )ix riv(.r- - Tnu. single blow; the Chinese neck was small fW a Ul) Prof. Unstow, of that city, Tin: Senate sitting as an impeachment July mw .m. t(tn u n,ce jumi)t,r ,H mnvhu and he r.uely had to strike twice. The court found James W. Tate guilty of high will furnish all inforn.atioii. but ,t nlm u W(irIll of j,;(til.nL.,. anil sword was about two feet long in blade ork -'- I ammany Hall and the .New crimes and misdemeanors, and declared (f ,a,M)r ,(( ,U.C0I ,ish lN m and not over two orl' inches wide. Ily will oto theSt. Louis him, according to the constitution of the c jimty .ien.(x-nie,k.a7k.v hf(miis nu. the way, these people have ery uih1I rnce t. ... -...... tmvemi.ijiiii.ir.MM.m.g Highest .Market Price Paid 1'or State and vote of the body, to be removlMtmlfr(imtlwIuyiMimi,,iyf IIIlU FH.lay, necks. It is a little singular that the ed from the oliire of Treasurer, and also about $100,000 in doing so. is the time to plant potatoes, radishes, execution '.'round is used for (hying The receiver announces that depos- beets, disqualified to hold any ollice of honor, Where did HAMS, i:c.. as the moon is dark and the earthenware for the kiln. SIDKS, .JOWLS. trust or profit under the Commonwealth itors in the defunct Metropolitan Nation- sign in the knees and feet. After that this idea commence? Potter's Held is al will get a dividend ' of Kentucky. Kvery Senator present, al Hank of Cincinnati time the sign goes to the head and ou most synonymous with the burial place :M, voted in the affirmative and the man of 100 per cent, on the dollar. may plant beans, peas A.c. The man for the destitute. China letter. Common wealth's Attorney Itrouston who for 121 yearn held the ollice had this who tails to watch the sign had as well w id he is tired Uses of the Lemon. furthcrdisgrace heaped upon his dis- says he will resign in June, as not plant, he will raise nothing if he men. They siy he has of provcuting Lemonade from juice of the lemon is honored head. does. That is the reason so many pei li.t iunin,ivini ltjtfk In . Paper -- Boxes, llli; r,.ti.ti....ii.nil v. lit IllU Iwiltllltt. one of the best and safest drinks for any pie have no gardens. Tin: Louisville Post blossomed forth 2 Four tunes has the White House whether in health or not. It is K'iou, in a twelve-pag- e paper Saturday after- been draped in mourning since Presi-deDANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. IN suitable for all stomach diseases, unuel, IS noon, thus getting ahead of the processCleveland became its occupan- t. .. .. 1.. H I... liver complaint, iutlammatioiiofthe bowl. t 11 lk ' ion hi the steady march' to the front of forllrant, for Hendricks, for Arthur and ' els and fevers. It is a sjiecilic against Lee, has taken employment ... Afternoon papers. Judge W. M. Finley, ..;... worms ami shin complaints. Lemon ""iiite..... ..... managing editor, lias shown remarkable tayPrice3 Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory. -- ffa --The Somerset Hankin- - Company .1...,.. ':,n. M....M...... '."': was en- juice is the best remedy the Danville Literary Club ability in the conduct of the paper and has liitichaseil the Kindrick Corner known. It not only cures this diseiiM demonstrated that he is one of the best P.uilding for HOuO and will have it tilted tertained Friday night h Prof.O. P.eatty. but prevent it. Sailors daily ue subject discussed was "Trusts." The young newspaper men in the State. up immediately for banking purposes. of it for this purpose. I. ' .Neeverj one MARK HABD.K, dork. .Mrs. Itehecca Jones returned to t. Reporter. Mrs. Richard Foley ha to rub their gums with lemon juice to! Louis - .11" MitK.i.fi.ie Dkacox Wiiiti:, the reputed founder P.ii'i-- i I'.i ml P.i.iitnf:.. ..ii.:.... i in- 1. 1.. , Mini-lii- .' U 1 L11K.1111 ' fit S.11.I1. V ill "m:.,...,: ' returned from a ten days' nil to XeW heeji iiieiu in j;"'i i .mhuiufu. ti...- munis of the republican party, is said to be dyHUM nans aie hep. c.e.ii., n in.e, iu i..i ing at his home in Pittsburg. The dea- roome.1 together, blew out the gas to- - uVmm ,, ,ls two M,N rr(Jl1 stipple by th" daily 110 of lemon instead 1V con should have died before he did any- getheraiid died together at Reading, a., It also prevent chillblaitis. HI VI -- 1Ut. wns ,,ia.u.,ing Dr. A. J. of soap. thing so wretched as is charged against nun-da' infill. Lemon is used in intermittent fever, building, Johnstone's new him, but since he didn't, it seems this -- entenci' was passed on 15. F. Hopmixed with strong, In eternal lltness of tliiuus that he expire kins, late assistant cashier of the Fideli- which is approaching completion. I). Rrunimell and Win. Haie were without sugar. Neural along with his party, which has long ty Rank, of Cincinnati, Saturday. He tried befoie Police Judsie Young Satur- by rubbing the pint aU'ecteil w'ith cut, VVI -- since outlived its usefulness. got s.'wn yearn and ten months in the day for fornication and adultery. Tho lemon. It is valuable also to ctuc waitx, jury dis.igreed and the e.ie wa again and to destroy ilaiulruH'oii the heiul y Tun Mormon missionaries aru having Ohio penitentiary. A Jv August Krakow shot his wife dead set for trial .Monday at - o'clock. rubbiii'.' the roots of tin hair w it Ii it. Ill rough sailing all over the country. Down - 01 after she had fatally poisoned their 12 in Tennessee last week a couple of them The meeting at the Walnut Street will alleviate and finally cure coughs ami chilihvn and then blew his own brains M. K. church, conducted by Rev. Joseph jeolds, and heal diseased lungs if taken TTTT A were tarred, feathered and liddeu on a corpses If. YoniiL' of Winchester, and Rev. .II. i hot on going to bed at niaht. Its iim s rail, and now comes news from Allen out, and the unusual sight of ,, j,(1,rjM,n of this 111 one nouse was prcsemcu. .Springs' 111., that two other, were stripSundav are manifold and the more we employ it ,,iUVf - John R.De Camp, president CoiiKieitlon, and will ext ruiilly and internally the better we ped and whipped till they begged for lavwith , was siirien-- i . Lemon juice is use- -' IoI , w llltm.Ht ih ,,,.,,,1,. shall find iinelves, mercy and promised to leave theeoiintry of the Metropolitan Rank, ileteil liv ins iionu-'maiuapituu .viexau-- 1 (1(i fill in removim; tin tar from the teeth, to return. never RenedictTitrnheiand canny Settsam antifebrile, etc. A doctor in Rome is der Montgomery, and was committed to! Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchrj. Hroxi: Wiooins, the foreteller of jail and will soon be on his way to join were nianiied at the Catholic church 01 tning it expei imentally in malaiial Sunday morning by rather Jirady. Mr. fever with great success, and thinks it maker with many years' experionoa, all work don3 with neatness diretul events, is at it again. He says Harper. Cornelison, the nuirdeier of Judge Turnher at one time lived with the will hi time supersede quinine.-Ros-t- on great earthquake period will begin that a and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Gla3sos to suit tho August II), UK)4 and then things will be Reid, hasswoin out a writ of Imheaseor-- I Mesrs. Mock, of this county, but for Traveler. eye. some months has been a icsident of shaken up as never before. The profes- pus before Common Pleas Judge women wen While thy short-haiie- d was light Portland, Oiegon. sor desei ves tho.thanks of the public for The .fellow's punishment asliiugton the meat pros; Nelse Alexander is in jail, to ho tried narrating at enough, but he takes it about as hard as putting the thing oil' so long. y before Judge J. S.Mooie.of Juiu- - j u- - they have made towui anv one everdid. since their llrst eonveiilioii Conoiikss is at the old business of J. V. (iilli'spie and wile, of Chilleo- - tion City, for breaking into muu Piew-thi w hat was going 011 giening the fat sow by voting the peoMo., locked themselves in a room itt's bakery Thursday night and stealing I') years ago, heie who do not need it. nnd engaged in n quarrel. (iillepiu was Mime Hour, a jar of jelly and peihup at Albauv: "The bill confeiriiig iiiiinn-ipa- l ple's money to those snfl'iage on women, 011 llual p.is..g The House passed a hill granting a pen- shot three times and his wife's throat something eKe. Ritta Scott, at who-sion to Mrs. John A. Logiln of Si',(Kk) a was cut almost f 0111 ear to ear. Roth are lunte the goods weie found, is also in in the NMiate. wa killed by a vole m r. to 1.1. The License Mill'rage Rill penult-tinyear and ineieiitiing the pension of Mrs. thought to be fatally injured. jail. Roth colored. women to vote 011 license, uliuh Rlair to the same amount. -- The voting Indies social club was President lngalls, of the Chesapeake pasned the House, was killed in the ."seiV; Ohio toad, stat s that the ollices of the by .Mis Rettiu Dillion euteitaiiled Tin: Wichita, Kas authorities took a to Rl, with 1; p.nr-- , will not be removisl to Cinein-- , day evening. Thoo pivsent weie .Mrs. nate by a vote of novel method of ridding the tow n of mitt, .e K. N Rowland, .Mis. the president of the Simnto did ma but .. kiuit in Richmond and (ien. C. P. Cecil. Mrs. tramps. They had them all collected, Wiekhani will have (ontrol. Tho iiBwi Mark Wakefield, MisBe .Nannivi uud oil the question." 'llnu's. placed in a box ear and paid full freight ciniiiiiiiiv will Iih worlonf hi harmony Mnrv Fibhur. Uoia Ilunis, Hliza Fox, one leiisoii why huiglary)iuut . . . . . . A. I...M on it tqtft, point '0 miles distant. f ...I.. AIl.l.'.li-I...1. h, Jiary wmwu. .Wm With the mgrouriomi. mo,v rapid stride I iHilievet.-beb- . ..m, .1 I t i ..&if.. t rgsK, it.. 1 .U....U !ihiii iTes,.w.n.. ...... i.eu.e ...... w.iiiii. ......b. uiiiihw buridurs do not adveitise. TuTin! republicans of Ohio loiinty by Miss A- erokinole party given Samuel C. WhiU, Cashier of the N'ution- solely upon their insight and kei n p m for Riliy siJhMilley for vice . wereamt.-.- l Kmnui Wui.u; Ihur.!ay njgljt was al Hani: of !:oleiWh,N.-C.rhl, muh llmt ,,1JIV,aj old gxvl 'Kentucky republiprei lent as all -- SiM'V' -r. , ,, , , , (k . at Toronto Camilla, on informalion ude- - atWluled.by Mr. ml Iw. 0. s;Vi.J. - . t In - f 1U. m t ' s'noulddo. .irMAji4vmru.Mi.MuuvM)xuiiit4nT J cans .Sfwrfl.. AVfIiitfhniitii MiMi Vfinniii titifl churKiiiK thein Misses ifrophed fn.m lieve in trying to help a profession so f Salhe R. .Me,J!.lH'ils, Wop Harris, HniiiK the Insio' Rill nhuuiliintly able to help itself. - The high license hill piUBodtlittNew with forgery. wtrt fmud St.WJ nnd inlnie Fishw, Mary li. Fuhor, .Marvj Helm, Nye. iiisbti.ru (Ut to ill. Yoikl $1,1,:WJ. amount 4M0I Mary Cheek, Sue McDowell and Mosutm. - In the iiiitndiited districts of Uer-iua- n White'sunsigned Of this bills. Rev. (iuotgj A. Shaw, of tho WWJ It. F. Phillips, ('. It. Anderson, John wa in eurriinv peui.le ar.' homeless. n ........-,(... iK.nl. . li it. ... it ( ' ililwi'll.. K. 1.- r..ins, J. II. Letcher' Virginia Conference, has been silspuideill .v. Mrs. .irah ib.itton, u vming widow tin-- 1 W. II. Thomas, A. ii. hd!e, John A. fiom the mm sti lor u,..iivifg one rl 'oiintv Inui.r In - h ecauso M.irshtilltown, lown, .1.1 wutL.g ofW.nri'i 1 ' Neil..... will I h.ive t.. stiu'-- l' lb. .apltal1 while eiigad t. iui In r II. ion. W. II !.. m n d. 1. hei 1. 1 b Interior Journal LEGISALTIVE D0IN6S. WALTON. , . . I to he true. There Ih one who will know why this is done. Rury me In n plain white cashniete dress, filled nicely with a hox plait in the hnek. Fix my bangs pretty. Sing 'Shall wo gather at the river?' and 'Yield not to temptation' at the (muiniI th, , t,t fai,wl to Mwh. . Tlw mhlt, innl w fjr Uu . ,)( ,()k ..HV,tv.. ttus Mr0I1(, (.u. prires," a handsome hook nnd a gold toothpick, were won by Mm Cecil nnd &ivery, Mr. Phillips. The "booby" prio by Klegant refreshments Mr. Anderson. WIV were served during the evening. ecd and Salt tablt, L,cbnnuti Planing Mill, 1071. looa. O ' BE!QISct91 C - ll i i Cat-lettsbu- l to-da- .,, -- d, J i nt Kx-lSo- ., ,,", in j "".""";" -.- 1 .... IIY HLMYS s, .. NKW YOlfiK XKFJi IltlMI I'OTATOISK, 1 ' -- - ' , vi .- ,.,. ..,., -- TaTHITE & YELLOTAT ORTIOaT SETS. 1 , 11-- 13. BTTLK JilTTJ PAPER GAHI3E1T SEEDS. ft,. ! SH0ULDKRS AND j urn ws w imB $ '(3a we THE BEST caik um9 ". nt .' :?W 1 mwinn ."j THE WORLD. JU3TTRY IT. ."". anti-scorbut- oi-f- ce to-da- WALT' 31 1 1 t. 1 ,.,,.,,, ,, ' PLEASE OBSEBYE JU 1 y ho-iiit- al 1 . a fitli vvxla U1J"UkJ M'ROBERTSST AGG - M DIKUi(li!T 1 1 i,,.,, ex-vi- JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. CLOCKS, i, j N-ot- to-da- --- e, j SOFFiNS, BASKETS, ROBES. j e g 1 - ! , ' , 1 1 1 1 -. - - rl . Ttecil , .... - w . L-- s-- j ut ( WAXiL PAP3SK, and FXTaiTITUHiK I I 1 -- . COMPLETE SiOCK ALWAY., o. HAND. I .'t't ,. 'fvi Ajyfj' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal I , Si:i:t Sweet PotutooH hy T. K. TT .W 4 .? "' rni""7" I. know of it in another eoluinn. We have a straight tip from .lames Tliev t K. c. Soxir.itsKT 1h wared to death over a '""i" I'0'1' ea'pahlo yoimu men and dewi ve U. (SiieM, his owner, that .laek Coek.s eaw of hiiiuII pox jit! developed there the pationae they will no iloulit seeme. will win the Derby. .Vow's the time to Stanford Ky April 3, 1888 on a truveliiiiMiian. invest your cash. Z .Ni: . (t.ioitH TT" Tub Tiioi mmc. Ioii -- ( Inly a do, mi or o scrub cattle sold III m of S. L. Powers i; Ncwlotof evervthiiiL in the MHiiiL' 'I'he .. n . at auction yesterday at cent and a ... . I . . . . .1.1 Published Every TuoBdsy and Friday Koomh ime jtiit receivetiai . II. Minims'. ' " " "" t ""' "i'1" "" f,.w tt, )mrM ,r,.s hou took Moek of yoods in Ijinea-tter- , Ky., Thins- - t.v,.,viv'M AT fall in and examine them. attention. - nay 01 tun with. ney aie live "J IKU I'eports from the winter wheat belt Tub Tiivie Troupe aimed on time men and will imike thiii hot in their of Missoini and Illinois say that the deyesterday and the prospeet was that a ijm.. Tliev have just opened out in iMVheti n..l o paid $a OO will dc . harmed " struction to t lie crop is not -- o yreat as piod lioiise would ureet them. .i.,.:.. ,.,.,. ,lm,l,,. store, on oi.oosile side was feaied, but is still very larj-c- . t,,,,ir '1'1 " Manford, where 111,- - " TiiKNiwinill.iilotnfliimlNTiiiiil A Small Slice of the G.O, P. ,1,L'' ,m' ,",yi"K L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. immense stock and (X) shinnies, i.rope.tv of .hunes Smith, ,H' Ii'um'I to meet all their old cus- The reiublicans slipjicd uji in the " ,n J - , were burned- Siui.lnv; f l.ws .csm. ... M&. train KoinK North Com yesterday while the horse toinersiind frientls. .South ijipmi I, train;; Sooth............. M4ipji show whs jroinj: on ami held a "convenTiik Hilary of Postmaster Atkins, at In the county court vestenluv, I.. tion" in sort of a star chamber style. m Williamsburg, .6 l ul Weight North has been ncresed to SI,- son .pialilled as administrator of From .Mr. II. (S. Alford, who was secreh.w... Hr ... (UK), .vt.i...icarry thus nmkiiiK his a j.residential I he Utter train paeui;et alo .lames V. Dawson with I., b. Dawson se- - tary, we learn that lawyer Davison was 'I he above ttcatiulated on utandard time, Solar ,,111,.,, time l ahout minute fatter. curity. ('. Ilrown took tlieoatii of justice chairman, that Hon. V. (J. ISradley was Kami 1:1: was a glorious day and yester - of the ieace. The wills of Mrs.K. M.Car- - endorsed for the and the ni K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. uity whs cL'eiauon iiuriy neuter u t.. 1,:.., ,t nciier. J.rwin were utuniucii .1..1 'train leave Knwland at ;jo am anil return at laughs with life and everybotly is busy to probate. Mr.--. Carpenter's will api.oints IilHt iU1(1 nI, t)l(. mt tril,n,.y nd I i m. drought to be. D. It.Carpenterexeeutor, makesabepiest (Seorce W. (Sentry were named as dele'of .:MKI to her daughter, Mi-'- Helle, for gates for the State at Inrv, that Davison TiikTHI Family Concert Company, with MEANS BUSINESS. special devotion and care for her, .:t(H) to the most pleasing and novel entertain- - William Carpenter and make provisions was emloised and the democratic party Watiiiks and jewelry ivuiiied and generally condemned and that the folmeiit ever ki veil in Manfonl, will appear for warranted. A. It. reiinv. thiee colored servants to whom she low inw ere appointed delegates to the . Tii:,H't place to buy Iiuks, patent m l,lt' "I"'"' "mse in Manlonl on was much attached. The hotel is h- -I State Convention. ami toilet articles is at A. 11. day, April 1:1th. ipieatlied to .Misses Annie, Helle, Jennie W. II. Dillion, John Kdnii-toKecce iVnnvri. mm sue retpies.H mm iney Ward, Ch'irles Tucker, J. C. King, W. mm nrvvour school bts.ks, ink, tablets,' Tin: attention of the West Kn.lers tlien-am- i keep house. The other II. Cuumiings, Uiclianl Robinson, (i. .M. najsT, jsjiiclls and whid supplies of all paitictilar ami the public in general is ho kinds from A. It. Penny. called to the adverti-emeof .Mr. .1. It, property is directed to be sold and after Davison, (J. W. (Sentry, It. K. Harrow, J. I piarantee all watches and every ar- Tucker's pmccrv and hardware house her just debts are paid the remainder T. O'llair, P. M. .McKoberts, A. A.OIc-Kinne- y. 'LS ri'm" ' -- vilK-. lie has something nearly nliiill k to the tour daughters named. Milted 'TiFlVm""' '"' i"''1 it. Davis, Richard Rout, Albert ' of exervthiiik', is a polite and airccahtc Mr. Kru in, after some minor Collej! (i. W. Craig, Fount Owsley, S. S. K.'iitleiiian and stdls his wares at the wills all his property to his wife and four Mullins, Tom Terry, steve Owsley, Hall DECIDEDLY PERSONAL Iowc-- t limine. children and appoints her and Thouuis Andeisim, Frank Cow.m.Maj. Reynolds, M11. W. Kmbmiv, of I'banon, is in Love Lilian! executors. Ilatrison (iivens. "" Ai.onis kins in the Advocate that t wn MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mil. .1. A. II mmomi, of Hubble, was what Col. ltradley lacks in length of lej-- s NEW ADVEKTISKJIKNTS. be makes up in brain development. in to see us yesterday. Mr. P. T. (in.eii. () iui.1 M4 Sanih Partita wltd vnvh leili-- i Mas. O. II. yu HoiiBirrs, of I.ibeity, is ICiuht, n uual. Noone hasaliueropin- - C. Del.mej, !.", celebnited lister by A ('A HI). ttt Uctcit e wtirk uone Itev. and .Mrs. S. S. .Meltobeits. ion of Mradley's brain than we and none splicing for life. (liiwi.e)tStanfo-iI- , Ky wlllad'Iri.s s.tnik' Mi:, . P. Srwiuis back from a two who is so thoroughly dii;iitcd with his In New York City, Kdward Weston, don't amount to iiiueh, a millionaire aged I). miU' visit to relatives in the West hv. "'it ii), was married to his TIXOJIAS especially on a man. I 1,,. Mrs. Mary I. Weston, awed .10. 1 a ( anilici t: f r fe clcitoi' to ihc oltitc of niece, -the .1. t of the drm.i.rai. irs. v . n hts nns pme 10 I.OUISV1IIC I.igul advice was had on the subject f heritf, MiKjtti t" W..1I.. flll,... ....4..1... .... tit .1... .II..U....II 1.I ... ... III. ' .71 III.' II Mini . ,, , , ,, , , , III "'I ...'....'... m-iii.M V iiieiiim.il 10 lay in uvr f.m.K 1, . ,.;.., mm rlae between unele :o.,l oi but I nery. S. JIL'DGE KniMifrcr for "lady coiresMindents" mul t'''iv a no statute prohibiting it. R.IWM X came oe litsi. M uv at Juilsc of the .Mis .Minnie Mms, the daugliter of In a Candidate for asks that they add llox 112, Stan- Court of AppiaU from tt U,the Jil Miliject Knd Paster with her sister, Mrs. 10 the at lion of the Ilcm rit; font. The poor thim: ought to git Ids Thomas Sims, a wealthy citizen of Heel. eounty, .a was 011 Wednesday Ins- - and goto w.irk. He would U' y , Mi:s. I'.. .1. Mohkiii.v lettves I.KK K. not hae-- o much time then to sigh be- - married to J. L. Ulnar, a Walls, . stt her daughter, Mrs. William SURliKOX DI.N1IST, Cherokee Indian, of Venita, I. T. cause he has no, me to love. SlANfilKD, KUTIVKV, mi iiurntrd. tllillflftiltlitl Ulllt II (Vkltatitit 111 l.iiir. ..a IIIOI OIK ll'O'l flltlitl "IO r'--l "'M (JTilc konth "lUc M.iin, IvtuUiwrt ali4e tlepot St, r,r.su Ki.v. II.C .MoimisoN, ot D.inville, wiisi . Dispatcher W. F. gia. Dr. Priest, a Shelliyvilleilentist, took up.Situnlay, the guest t.f.Mr. ami Mr. Packanl is not only a tlionmgh elect ri- t.t.-rgII. P.ruce. eian, but a genius withal. He has made ,m" linrmimr little witlow, Lillie Kava- Mas. .1. II. Mweonn. ami son.tieorge, f,,r Dr. L. F. Hullmau a peifect little l""1'. '" if' l Shelbyville last week ke, near Houc and 'id the niglil of the marriage theyoung-fntlie- r, latel) vaiatitl In. on WPaimllc of Indianaptilis, ate the guests of !ier electric engine, which he will use to tun .M l.jr lour airt of amine ' M,,r" preceded to give him a ehamvaii. hind in I'K ai d garden pi.lj to Mr. 11. Williams. the various machines ior making sets of A l KtlDI, Siniford, Ky. M 4t r didn't like that kind of fun MinsMmu .Mmuis came over fnmi teeth. Mr. Packanl promises to make M' '"' blared away witli his pistol and Millersbuiv College to spend luisterwitli ,mc that will run our ptvssesand furnisli II. A. K VANS, A. 13., "'How fell, shot tlinmgli the calf. electric lights besides. .1 lathes and friends here. , llus.ks, piftty youngs I Analytical Chemist, pIuTbph AFFAIRb. iib hop was .pnte a nice one, but' '.,l fn.mCn.b tlicharil, has been the - - - KENTUCKY. might have mote enjoyed if it ha.l Rev. R. A. llopjer wiH preach at LANCASTER, g est of Mr- -. J.U. Carpenter. Then- is M lit- -' Uuh Uiancli next Sundav morning. l""!"'' Male ptoalt) of cnal, mineral wattr and C. A. Co.x, fnmi Manford.ls visit-- 1 '"'K"" Mas minerafanlv-AiM)tical wiirk uf any kind Send Dr. Carroll Kendrick's of California, fi r .iciriiiUr i mg her parent-- , Mr. and Mrs. II. j. tie independence ninou the youngsters 13 and each is s afniiil that he will be thej wj ,1K.ach jitTnrneiille unday at 11 Monticello Signal. Miss !isi: ltBinis at home for the Ht t P'l there ami be decliin-t- l out of ',.( H.k. EDWARD H. FOX, fashion, that they do not commence to) K,.V. 11. A. Tuppcr is conducting a tune since she entcnsl Miller-bur- g' .lam-till they ought to be dosing the vn.nX revial at Atlanta and has had ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, ( .liege, looking well ami happy. ami O. II. Wad-- 1 "veiling's enjoyment. It is very -- illy to uImmiI Ilk) confessions. .It im.b W. II. Pirrrrs li,Y.NVllJ.I.,IO, KV. nie New Jersey Metlaslist Confer- i'!e, omep.ct, R. P. Jacobs and J.S. Van Wl'" '" ,) "Vlock to begin an iinpromp- tu .r any otiiei kiu.l oi hop. en.e endoi.sed the liigh license bill re- - Ilamncd tu ln cie.uit new IjiiiKling Winkle, Danville, are in town. j the )..tutruc and better than ccr prepared to iiinx-iiIiunIMa. vm. M..s.iSvmi.B.. T..k remains of Mis Margaret Stuait, cently paved in that State. aioonunodate the puhlii with line picture from ..,. . ,...,..,, Filler Zack Sweeney has just elo-e- d gn.irai.tced. .ei iri.nos.. no, photograph to life size, Satif.ii-tio- i NV(Mi() l,ie ,m a visit to her sister, Co-uiyio see iiie nieiii'ios iiiei Mis. J. Ilivci; Johnston, at Lnncaster, of in six weeks' meeting at his home in ' ir making it. 0. W MHTCALP. JIl , ilumbus, hid., witli".'Oailditions. aii-News. 111alan.1l I ! M.. I... llllllI iieorge D.fever, were hiought to Mr. I IK VMI .Oils. .Mll I. 1.1 Weanuis Nituidav evening ... , AnY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. , . - The tamiliar lace ot Rev. William ' Mism-nn am Nettie ray went up and ,kept till the 11101 -""' when tlAliHOI.'liVJl.I.IO, JvY. from the Presbyterian pu I ,,,..,. '1. the ( uinbcilainl vesteiilay to , , . . """il'nm beamed j 1.1 iiijii,-.i iii'iiii.iieiu;ui, pit Sunday, when he pirvhe.1 an excelWjl .ni-I he latter went with their Cucie I own, for iuterinent. Miss Muart was, Will practnc in any KHirt in Katern KciittH Uy ' lent sermon on the "Itesiirrection." .mi Wrav. a fiiend of Miss K.lieu Wean-- and visit-- J Humiliation of landtitlt ni.olt. arpenalty Any I Mrs. i.mer, of Milwaukee, Wis., in .ire tr.KH cf timher, cual and minvrat lands for Mit. TtMiMit, mother of Mi. lW.i ed her -- (vend years ago. Hie was a for a home for aged tale. Information lurnished 011 any point and cor j her will lelt $IK),00(I ( itirt- -, ami Mi-- .s Williams, an e.crl-- 1 bright and attractive young lady J8t-tand her I'resbvterian ministers and their wive- -, reMjident.'e ftolKited need tiiminer, in lived Friday. Tim latDy many friends madi iieatn 'to be erected in the city of Milwaukee, TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. ter will assist .Mr, ('onrts in lier here and at Umeaster. 011 condition that the Inane is establish .1 (wi-o.CiitiTir CoiiiT. Willis Itainett wasai ed within a vear. Mn. after a coujile miw T. I nff.r fi r .i'v ur . mily the property on Pan- , I he Inhuiic says that. 111 . the the vili irct, . uii.i i.y w. . 1. Withers. lie lot liinis in ('in- - illlitted of thccharc of iiinlicioiisli'slioot ..I iiiouIIih' stuv with his .. . . - .".-. I CilHiaill. rt'JWIU lHUl'. .10 III llliui n till. ll til V iinuati. cameout witli his juimplnH of ingat l ( aindeii and the cae of Cain- - e.u-- that Ke. . 1. ll.iio lias iecn p- a- , (tMM jive,,nf.( 7 roni..aiif, M.Wt, nee.', rmit:rffi-lll'K- t week, appa- - den for -- hooting at Harnett was contiu - ' "r " tm Ultiht cliur.li ttiere ti.e in - r- -r watw; - tn he MS' ' "lllwltHi ( H(i lYIIiail.oii ! "Mini U. U -cut mand I .llj.eii the pr..i..ny .t of his ued till next coiirti- The negro chicken ''''ase lent!) enoiijjli to set up a toiv thief. Win. .McCoimack, who was given to the membership has been :HS, de wn. . r, two yeai-s- , a new trial and ,'"ase ny letter ami tteatn 0., leaving a Mi: 11. C. KvirTMvs, of Ijincu-teLOUiS SCHLEQBL, o a- - will have to go wheie lie won't yi.t net gain of lie wants to v,ii- - In re I'.very contributor to the (iiiistiun liickeii toeat I'orMiiui'time. t delegate to the National Convento met t The case of Todd vs. Ilibli, whicli had chiuvli addition is nupn-t- ed tion, ami if Lincoln, his old home, tloes KV. lili'HMO.N'I),. building committee at the church help him in his ambition, we aie ' been tried three times before, resulted '"' again in a hung jury, this time !l to ,'i in "I'M Saturday at " o'clock- - e. i. to agiee much mistaken. 1'n.ture I'll. it i't nil tylcs anJ .... ... M'...... r'.l... v u .t. I'nor. S. .1. I'ri.i.nM and Miss . Kittie! favor of TimI.I. Owens vs. . Ware was upon plan and dellnite procedure, rlease I...... . ... .t ' 1.... 1. ..... .... ..1 mm Mull.il,H'rilie,.,1 uh 01 Ritighnuin, W. II. .McKiiiney ami .miss tlien calletl ami a jury examined a- - to pry your in. u . r i..v pnc.-lla Shank- -. Catt.. I. II. llobbs ami .Miss (ualilinition, when fuither proceedings d.ite and either attend or abide any ac K. s M K TIN IMi M. IKKKIN, liHntiiiRAn, K..,.M , tSij. Nanev IN iiin, If. i. Hail and Mis- - li- e- weiv cut oil" bv the sudtlen illness of- tion of the meeting, (ieoge II. Mruce sie Ueiil, .1. 11. I'.iiighinaii and Miss An- -' .liulge Saulley's wife. Court was not in chaiiman. Aihnht ,v lanm i.e tu .inform their many Of course we hail our information frlen.N and cuM..mer of the change in r.rm name itie I Hum, and .1. S. Mocker ami Miss session vesterdav, hut the latter case litis Nannie Isaiighiiian ininle upa paity tliat pieceilence over the r..ink-llubb- le suit Uiiect, as we always 00 oeions we pun-- . MARTIN & PERKINS, t lis..sucii thing-- , nut so many 01 me to Ilarrodsburg in buggies Sunday. rt for new firm m tl.iin the bicthren and sisters deny that there is Tlic of the old,hopr- - mn mil) In iiuVe many hut intend- M.im:i negro iii.iiied Dim- - .Moi-.i- ii any double of any serious nature in the LOCAL LORE. the ma.iuf.KtHri of tolw m winch wrote a note reipiesting a coriespoud- We will will he we take plea-m- o in de.te to the interest ' 'Mirto ii.tomem..1ur.1l I r.if . itt N' l'.aptist cliuivh ilti'ii.1011 Hutu Ct. out W. II. Iliggins'. .i.ie Sliackleford, a giving them thethat jtmce witli Mi- -hr.uiiU of KentiiLk) tt Ir.ti. 'I I1.1t1l.1n1i oii benelit of the doubt forpi-- l f.oors fur minim ti.m nl ail im,l j most woithy young lady, and stuck it 1'iir.Nii I'isii Tiusd.iN, Thur-du- y U wn Lull' mri They admit that theie are dillerences our tr.nle, e remani wheie she wa-sito lillil it. Iliglilv .1,1 U1IN ll Kk'NS .iiuid.iv. S. S. Myers. but -- ay they are so -- light that they aie uiceiisLsi sue tool 11 10 .Mr. iiiiain already beginning to iieul and will -- oon ETTiVWBm r, I'm n.iine of the piHtolllce at Duuglieity, wiio li.uimliutely -- el a trap be entirely cured. So mote it be. i , muily, has rliauged to Vin- - f,. tlrt ( ..- -. He got Mai-hNewland - Uev. V. K. Kiitley. foinevend yeais Tho Original Wins. and stationed him where he could not C. V. Simmons, St. I.ouli, l'rop'r of the I'siptist churth here, died pa-t- or ... M.A.blimnons Liver Medicine, ht'd ...r "" vonr uionev and toll by going to "" , wlilel, he "" ".fsn,.. ikS"i In tlie V. S Court Devkats J. in Marion S.it unlay, agod 70 ytar. Ho ,v.,ueHted s houl.l be B Jl.Zillin, l'rop'r A. Q.KImmons I.lv-- J llanville, and buyiim I (iibbons1, hud been in tin' active ministry for over cr Kcculator.Ett'dbyZtlllniso. lelt in the same pluoe, Nuwland brouglit ."i At1 M. j curedA. S. l. M. haa (or 47 jenrs 1. ,ip wall paper, paints, olU, years and a life time apent in doing Indj&lstion. IIiliolsnei' H his gun ltif 11 and tool: him In. .Mr ). DVSPErSIAjSlCK. IlRADACIIC.I.Os. good for bin ftlbwn is to his credit in the ... . ... t?fn L2 1 .11. once .MnntU like a lamb Dnuehcriy was o outraged that he mhs Awwr& S.n..u mine in world to which ho law gone. Ife has ev. T it. Itcims, I'astor'M. n! with dilfinilty w! at outlIki'UiPwU'inihl4jif)t(Hsl from -- hooting ami vnurcn, Aimini, lenn,, writes: "J licen in "eble health for bo vera I y.ir-- , B11011111 v lio'boggi'1 mo.t pilt'ously win. 1 your nave uecn tican nut m.il. idit nlie wan a luietlOr during the Ocnulno .M. A. Sun. lor bill WUN colltilltsl to his MM. HI t'tilv iiImiUI mons Liver Medicine. I have li forui"i'. !b n.i hroueht down town a mouth, li'- - wile had bin iivut; lay. somctimct had to sulmlltute tiiul UifitU of lyiu'liiug Minl him o ho died. Two childieii, Mix. .. O. .Miln n, 'Zeilln's tnlf'fnr vnnr lll ha-- 1 I'm: Venindali HiU'l, .McKuiiloy, jCcVHlsJ c'inc but It don't answer the oron- - of Ielnllhw, Hud T. L. Kirtl'-y'mil li ,n'n i nI .111 hi.s feet. oi ( .r.'i-nwho 11 puichu'"! by Mr. J. I'. Ciow, die, TcxaB, survive him. ,'SS LOPLtl Ur. J. It. Graves. Kdltor Tie oil hi. inked In ll'l 'dm -biifitut, Memphis, lenn. n.l)s: will lonvert It into a Mornruoiu and pub- - bn I; nil with h.s w ii'in si !i;inii:il, but I received a t).ickaLreoi vourl.lvrr FARM AMU TRADE ITEMS. in hall. Midline, and haeuco liallof it. it wis iiiiaHx i.i.v"! f .it if tin wo'ii.l It urorl.t. like a charm. I want no .1. S. .Miirphv wihl to Alun l'eiitv a -N.-btttir Lucr Itiyulntor and 1M1 soil the house and ntrUvfioiU.il u.iiir and never show ir uikk no more otZclliii's mixture . I Hllv liv ( .ill l'Mll. fill- .IT."l. .. 1 I. ii,,,, If 1.. .... .i.Miti. In. ...ml. I in. 1111. 1. I... . ..... ..- ... ), ... ,. ",- ....1. ... ll'JW I III .MI'S. .lllllll, ill I......1lllllll, mini-- . .''.. haijii found iMlcotn hog has st.Mi.l imi iipoifits ov Kiit lit out at -- x,il til- - i. Il.iiiiiltonaif'l -:,iliv'o n. 1.' until r a st i.w -- t.ek v r .1 ie- -t of IKl IM i.i.u-- .t i"t ! J ,s II Li "ii Lancastei IkCU I Is 'III'SS. I. Ill .t.IVs, t. -- iav ii walton, bus. Manager full for.... ..y.,r.l..... .7..l riiKiniu'lilncry "" men were on hand Walton. In I and Juuk'h .. Otm youtiK frlvntln, .). O. Wentherford It wsthu lareM mid rtnet-- t liore II. Cook, itewn their roiieoli - hliow ever wen in Stanford. See 4tli , .. ' 3. Special Announcement. Having consolidated our business of DRUGS and GROCERIES, we are now prepared to furnish the West End with the purest Drugs to be obtained, also Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stationary, Tobacco, Cigars and a full line of Family Groceries and Supplies always on hand. Produce of all kinds is as good as cash. Prescriptions filled at all hours by a competent pharmacist. "-- u .?.. , 'i....v - ,.,.,.,......... ,u. .., . ..... ' ... well-know- 1 nti-ine- ss '' '-'J MXATIIEKFORD & COOK, Ilustomillc, Ky. Illl. NI V ""'l. (.KOCI KV ANI IIARDWVRI HOI --,F OI - , r,.. . Jo Would kindly IB ak jour . HUSTONYILLE, KV. TUCKKE the ni.t- ano.-amio- :i. ,,,. Attention to the fait that he ti.ijut returned fro,n freh and wcll'telectcd Mock of with a larRc, s l.... ' ... ... j In cndle Ancty, daiut) in iu.iliiy and vilivfaclor) in pritcn; th! I uaranlce. My aim hall lie at nil timet to tupply every v.inl in my line. My Mock ol IIAKDWAKl'. nnd l'Ol"K.K'l CL'll.hKY con.i.H of the Mandard hrand of Kurntie and America I handle the eeleliratcd Lexiiieton I'atent riour. iin.rinne anu noimenuare. anil a cointi cte line ol (.lirar anil 1 nlisceo. u amine. FnrmlnL Implement., &c. l!flieing I can make it to ymr inlerct I H.l 11 thatc of imir pntmnaite. Kespecifutl), J.I!. lUCKKK. ,; .. n, nt j SPRING OPENING! WAIL Ky (. PAPER km DEGORATIOflS W C 11 From 1011 to 150 percent cheaper than ever liclorc knnivu in Central suit nil coilihin.ilion of Wall I'.iper I. infest stock to select fr mi at lu.v sli.tde U.in-llle- to , OIIMIDW I'irl in, hs NEWLAXD PKVOR, t, I'.iint, Oil, V.iriiilies and IViintcr.' Supplie, Wmdon Ol is, etc PIANOS ANU OltCANS: Aifcntu for John Clmrcli .V lo Mimical Mcreh.iti.IUc A. E. GXBBOKTS. DA.N"KT)ar.E, KV. 11 I W. n-s- s Ho 0 lKIQFlL,iliJ 9 . to-da- t' ' ' IMM-KMAN- , MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving Eis e FOR RENT. toll-eai- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Give hiai a Trial. j Tin-docto- Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, ' -- "' A.M. Ih-c- '"'. j IDIRCra-a-IS- A. Mb T PEMNY, 5c kTIEW-IELIEtllE- DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. I'll) "ician prev riptnus .1. ' I urately c unpouinled. opp-jnt- THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, 1 CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. s ' H-- li. ...-I.- - -- 1 1 '.;'" I"cr the drought InwcM. Vati.hct t lock and Jewelry p ired on h rt noli, c and warranted f thu market l'nre loner th.m Ke. () . . f mil-'rter- y. , BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! v, - ed ll'llaa fl. 1 Miii-cnpii- .. 1 l I . , .?. ,'",'". Myt,!iZ' ii. ', Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over PIIOTQGIlAPirER, it , t 111 Different styles and prices. Our stock consist! 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. 1 - GEO. B. WEAKEN", MAJSTG'R-- . MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. j At-n- rep'l-tatiu- ,' ' upet-'U- SEW FURNITURE STORE I MACK ne I'liDl', .lu-pe- v b.-th- ra,. IIHm al , w "" mmt VK m n S & 4LJEL." ' 1 'H-r- 1 I , - ! I cer-talu- . 1 . ii-- .. - -- tu-ai- Jt . 1 and select In 5 ,: I urniture Will keep constant '.y on hand a anuj Undertaker's Gooii. triy pricaa willbe as low as ..ch goods con. j can bo bought in the cities. Glvo iua a trial ana yo 1 vinced that-- I sell 1 jwer ili.i tno lowest. lae d e. V. I'l "v'-jfvn- V l record a 31 Son. This is a xery st)lish colt, kind and gentle in & harness. Illackiiiout promises to be a gieat horse owned by Kus-JIarkuway, for the stud He has sue, style, bone and subEngleinan, Danville, was shown by Mr. stance Will make the season at IT.N' !)()!. -011 the same terms Mcsse Chief Jr AW A. Kusxcl. bay, 1J"2 ' LARs i...rMA. ...11 L.n... ...as ... rr,.m iger .1,. it.,,. ...,v ..,, ....."I. ... ,0 I...OI .. .OC ....Ilk' .,,. .'.'..a ind liands high and one of tlie tlnest bred from and Carpenter's Station turnpike, a miles Ilustonxilie horses in Kentucky, as his pedigree on 13 J. K ilAl't.MMA.N'. el bio Hambletouiau and stands at SiO to SANDIDGE AHEAD. insure. Tip Hruce, a handsome dark brown, gggM IMF COM KIN KI SI'AI.I.ION, the property of Clavk & (Jay. was among THE HORSE SHOW. the elegant steppers in harness. I Full limlher to Daniillc IVilkf, record if S. Yoti'iiluy was rlwir, lii'iiutiftil unci sire ufM.ilhc Vion, lri.il a ti'i, Ii) l.ilc's Wilkes Paladine, IS.":!, one of 1C. P. 4010, sire of M.uhc II , a 40 Will niaVe the season of iili.it my si.i'. c nur mini anil juM tin' kind to Milt tin1 line horses, was on hand as a repreFirstdam li) Skedaddle, id d.itn l) Wax), id she b) Cit,ln iniolii count), on Ihe Miclb) Cil) IIchIi, of which tlii'ir sentative of his stable, w hich has sevci.il dam l) Did elerapli, 4th dam by frank. Me, of limni m i.ish lutiipi c uJ, the his t un ijMt' will make the season ami Knob lack insuruiice, ror $a at insure a f .rmug dnddlc l Diner by Wanner Way by llerthunn-to season, with no of 'Si at t ic price f 1st dam by stoiiej 1'ciral, id dam by lorn Hal wiw mi iiiiiisiiiilly lanru and I'xi'i'lli'iit extra ones. right ioit, sound and l.xle s xuko is uj tieorajc Wilkes ;u; 1st tl H.iiiiht Dcnuiar is.1d.1rk h.n.with cuts f display. Tin." imniirx of the stallions and Danville JWilkcs. a full brother of Lou Coons hx American I'lci), sire of iir.iuiillc a st) e mid aciion, has big tail an.! mane, stands Maui. , $10 a ao, ataxic linens a a;. Kiln Clax 1 ijy, bolow so far as we Charley Crow's jai'k.s shown appuar Kder.on Wilkes, wan hands high, sears old this spring As n 3) ear 17) I'ml H ) aajh, Ksim sire of Climmie ti a Monev due Sei.lc-cr 1st. i3j at the litigsb) o d combined horse he has no superior, if an e.tia , a vonM HM'i'Mnin ilu'in. here and they were shown side by side 3 a,.,, and Mxxtery fullaobrother to Kdcr.on Wilkns farm, near shelli) I uy , K ) first pntes ut sarlous Ketiluck) hilling Danxille Wilkes and Pedigree -- llieecliliuder Is a Fmrs in the Stale In harness, under sadd e an in Description his .lolm K. Riuu'liiuaii sltowi-Mr. I.ee has started tour ru(, won two of them in rich dark ba . with black IH III J and were tilinot matches l II It ooiuts. not a white hair model rings; and not, us harness horse, us u sadHe and nut of Chii-f- , him. Iieass mane and tail, is, hands high and dle hnrse, us a combined and Jr., Iy Yeau'er showed him and will stand him straiirht beat Ya.jcn,jot moiics, colt that thirdbeen banis! horse, has his onl) irc ofsillie a perfect model his has not miahtiel died; has started insexen races, winiiin,; second refer to any of his As to gear'sbreeding vhuh are. belicte he Deniuar. peerIt) Kentucky, Chief, the sire of dozens of fast at home this season. liis elegant Jerte) II ill v., ,t, .'.,tiu,S King Denmirk. he b) last Is Hamlet e.lst money in hxeof them iviihout a single ex. eptiun, large, tine and solid Nt.irDctim.tr , he b) J mes' Deiituin, he b) od this seas trotters, lie is o years old, 1(1 hand; at $3, CASH, at t me f acrxi c will make the reason of lMJ at color Kdemon Wilkes II nc Denmark, the 4. ml e r.u e horse he h) Imp llelim is his pedigree llobert llonner, owner of the stallion, m) place miles west of Stanford, at t th xlf anil weighs hist 1'V0 lxninds. lie S. 47 IIRFKCHI.nADKK, hfy. Coiled in ilto. lledgeford by Chorister, he by Contract, lniport with jirm'eg .f return f. .11.11 III KN()r I II Il Imp llillit, 150! First dam Illaekinont, another tine Nutbourno, found, when he b.'gan using also showed dam Nellie Vile), (grand clam of llinrtie b) ed. ad dam by Jim llrowii.heby til ' scroggius Hob and he I'j Sir Archie, third dun b) Duke of sefiinen of hijrse llesli. See Itli p.ijji'for that horse in the stud, that he imparts With lien retained on all colts until scmce fee is a dam Mlohnsoii IIIF IIOS.i Ml K JACK, uy Churchill by Alex Churchill 4th dam h) Pirate and he by Chance l.arch his own color, gray, to nearly all hU foals paid Will further partieulars. cr, fifth dam h) Keiilucs) lllossoni and he l) 3 dam b) Imp Margr.it e ;grand dam of King Al personal attention to mares, but ie accidents, should an) occur fonso Imp. Illossoni, Mh il.ini Ii) llrntus, ;th dam by Prince lesseniivr, a fine bay .stallion, As gray is not a fashionable color, an ex- not respotmole 4 dam Mistletoe, by Cherokee. Spcdul UMAX I. L'KIHV, Susan h) ligtr In old l.tsiiigtan, 5 dam Stanford, K) Hamlet Deuiuir ' by the famous Messenger Chief, was periment was tried with a view of reme14 o uart o) .inert Kmer) Walker's Wagnrr. shown by his owner, M. S. Ii.uijjhii.iin. dying, if possible, the evil. Accordingly 7 ilam b Algerin It Isncedless tosa) that fur hirm-s- and saddle, Will make the present spavin at the uble of a uam b llres Alfred nnd for action, beauty, sty.e and e cg.niic u owners, 'a miles west of Stanford, His pedigree will be found in this issue, during the stud season of 1SS4 a bay dam a marc purchased in Virginia b) Cant (lev. breeder, Hamlet has superior, mid he transmits Ilurbridge for hrcedlug, hut kse pedigree is these iualitles to his niTspring ami it shows that the best of blood horse was led in front of the mare as AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. mm lost, belies ed In be h) Americnt Asa taken of iinpreciatioii of past fators, soon as she had been served, and the recourses in his veins. to dam by Imp Monkey. nndiinluduceiiieiit for future assistance, else A few of his get ran be teen on the KKCORH, i.a5S tirinis. dam by Imp Medley, J5si in premiums for the best three couth) Ham that will ompare favorably with the get ol any Charley Crow's Kderson Wilk'es, a full sult was that a majority of the foal of ta dam liv Imp Shark et to be show in iHj at the D.unllle Fair jaik in the count) A lien will he retimed on lh liiiod pasture will be furnished at la 50 per colt for the season money brother of Danville Wilkes, anil appar- 1S85 were bavs or chestnuts. litnds high, filled iVv, by 13 dam b) Imp Fearnaught llavstillion 15 Parting with the mare' be forfeits month M) persona and specia aitentlun a jo perlonne-- s Prinocps, jao, sire of ently as good ii horse in every respeet, alsoa good jack, that will serse mares at giseii mares to present accidents, but wi not be preient the insurame butllreat iare will he taken n accidents, will nt be retrssntiSle lirst dam II unite-- by Hamlet, loo, the tire of A SitHae Dollars, n same terms as the horse relpoiislb c shoir d all) mtur should any ociur V Pantthul 10; ad dim l.iudora, the dam nf was much admired. lie is a well bred Pasture for mires at $1 50 per month No C T SNDIDl!K t.t a j,by Hambletonlan, in, the tire of Dexter, II S. F. P WOOD 14 foraceijenu I'K Is will be seen by reference gentleman, as cum uy i ,!' clam ay imi c JiisUTiuuon; and Nut- ' 'i.i Second cousin to Maud S., lay H) II M Johnson, Agent 14 iisninj;tJii itrayj 5m dam MofOjy by Imp Dlotoour galaxy of horse stars elsewhere. woo. nieue Toin Hobiuson's exhibited with eviPriuccps, 5J4, the sire of Trinket a 14, and 16 others with reeord of a jo or better; b) Woodford Krlcsson Jr is by Kricsson (6 in a ,, list by Mumbrlno dent pride his beautiful Vermont o of Mumbrino Chef and Meinbrino Chief, by Memhrtnn Pa) master, dam Woodbine, aai,of Wedgcw-'a It dam First dam 10 hands high and thoroughly the dam of Ooliath 2 30 His sous sired 11 and his 1'rimr.uc'. sister to Malmaisnn, dam of .MunettJ, I will stand my fine lonng h r.e Prime $ miles a 30 the dams of i3 I will keep fo proportioned. He has apedigreeas long daughters are is half brotherin the Kric, list trial a iu), by Abdill.ih 5. sire of (i.iUUmith Maid er ice tills season at in) farm t east of Stanford on the .Stanford and Prearhcrstitl record of a 14 r ad dam (Hack Rose, dam ot Darkness a 1; unit to Krncson Jr. I will st ind at my farm a miles west r f llriants pike. at sFVKN DOLLARS t.. insure a colt to nines snutn nl junction Citj, three lacks and a old nnd sold to Robert llonner at lIcTiiiosii, as your arm, as you will observe by turn- t i$'i atu trial a a6; b Tom Teenier; jd dam horse, all Combined t icV irse sll adjnted to sille. on Ihe Fisher Pond turnpike, the fine vmmg get up, walk around the mare and suck, tin call that age for sio.rsm. by Cannon's Whip, 4th dim hj Uobin lira) saddle and Inrnesspurpises and the jacks t jen- stallion PKOX IK He Is n dark ha), tsH hands n.. pa) Prince is a fine, t lislt Mick horse, liie ing to the 1th page and he looks like he First dam by llodoc bj old Pilot, sire of Pilot Jr. high, was loaled in 8J? Hat been broken in har- )ears u d this spring, IJS4 hands hih Sued by of A l'antlind a an, by nets and mares. The two lint Jacks at $i to Hamlet Km, list. of In j la pulling a a Denmark horse Nigger ) is worthy of his noble lineage. He also u in j10:30 Maud SPilot Jr sired dam iSV, and at Volunteer 53, sin- of St Julic-1- a lit, , lilostc-- a 17 a jtck r ilUi months old iijto insure a mule ness and trotted when a and dam a truss bloodec1 3 08,, 3 in mid others: utood 3 will stand him hcasy cart Hamoleionian Volunteer s Whipmareand is a natural gaued saddle horse had his other horse Kenny Wilkes, one the 3 30 list .Membnuo Chief sired l.adylhorne First dam l.ady Patri it, dam hof Sentinel a )H to or jennet c dt Ij weaning time The horse by and the jack, lall also stand a splendid young jark, a itx,, llngnuli a a),, 1 tS'i, Woodford Mcmbrino of the best bred young horses anywhere. Fisk Membriuo Chief a ty. Hay Henry 1 aa,, Voiinjr Patriot i alt $15 ' M'KCIAI. NOTICE. Wallace Denmark, a rich mahogony Membruui Star a aS,, .Meinbrino Pilot a 37, North In offering the sers ices of tin highly btcd )ouug monev Star aaoVj. tf mare uroiettobe not in foaf Kricsson Jr is a solid black, 16 hands high and tillion to the public I feel xssured th'it thse has bay, of line style, perfect in form and Stand at lo on same tarms A lien all cls for He 1. j") tats old, about 11 hands high, bit mares will appreciate him, nut onl) Pedigree Proxie was sired by 1'ros.illlts; ut weigh tKu pounds He is a horse that recominn a choice representative of the good old mends himself ecn it' he had no nedurec. hut as a trotter himself, but a u horse whoso breeding the season Jennets will be taken care of after dam by llourhon Chief, td dam b) lllaik Hawk with meal) nose, tine ength ami form llewj' ' M.i) 1st sired Ii) Art h Walker's lack aid nut nf my the anion); him possessing Description,. and IVdiirree; latinagc It a nue: Morgan, Spears , td dam by Oilier. 4th dam said jennet I will stand this jack at ji Denmark stock, was shown by J. Steele one of the the blood that he does should make Ser- ranks himpublic is the foremost in ni a laud . wen imormcu, 11c K..v.. iia.iue a I" to he by Imp. Messenger grandest stallions Kentucky sinc i..Ha 1....1 races, prosing cie ln prop.rtun witli aline, tlowing mane and tail; ' I'rosatilef was siresl b) Pnnsent, sire 1'riaket, lllg d to get up. walk arssund the n.art and su. . started u .ex era! c o.ely rontc-tircs will be Carpenter, who also showed Tom IJoliin no coll no pi). Ihisjatk his turn y, per cent a 14 istdsmLadx lllanche bi I'risateer, ad dam that he is a Kame, relia tonclusisely incachca.c belter sjtisfai thin an, ja k eser i.id son, a son of Wallace, and a most prom race norse ble, years old sired bs On I'lme $10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, ed agtinst Jack Ha)den, Ossic rti itonia ne still- Stonewall this . nruig. Washington Denmark;he hv ' Alexaiiiler s AlHlallah Call and .e him and II. and others, win i.,. Mares on art list nit t n nim ''H '' either of these and tradedhisor irmuied fl bred I 1st Jackson, h Carpenter has a ising youngster. Mr. ning easily In tnrrestralgnt ncats; time, Jl.issi dam Fannie, b) Kmkaid's lleUh.i.n.ir, he by Imp If payment is deferred till after weaning time, with ml saiisl)ing me lhal the) llird aass, 33Ti jack besides and you will Hud a good $5 will be added. Parting with or mositig mare a ucompctit .r, At Mavsiille, Kx, with Kagle heat, llelshxraar.ad damb) Frank Tulmage s 1st dam in f..at. lorfrit ihe season and the moncx i dof what was apparently h) llu)d Winchest.-r- , by lllacl, Cloud The two1 renders money due. Will also stand nij tine jack, was trotted In the rcmarkubi) fast timea oldead I als hold a lien It nniil the sri.on i. the deal about them all in this paper. a at tine jacks, paid I sll. S Will stud seriicc is limited to 40 upproie S. 11. IJauglunan, who always has fine PEACOCK, nines ' JOE BLACKBURN AND BRICNOLIA, I'his Jack it IX handt high, was foaled June II, ones, had four stallions and a jack on exiitdamb) At $3 on same conditions asabotewith Ja added Full brothers, the f. rmer j years old in August, 1M1 Sired b) Imp Cor.l.'ies, I.)e hibition Imp. London, a magnificent if not paid before weaning time lleii the latter ) car, dd in pril hands lloth ar the same lirett Kentuckian, he b) SuHriur Mammoth, he high, black with meal) points and general makeheighth, 111, hands high, with prop irtional weight In Smith's Mammoth, he bx linu Mammoth: ad chestnut, 10J hands high; Concregan, a Sired bx Messenger Chief, tSa) mil size Mred b) Prince id, lie o) id I'finrt. hi dam by I.ee..,s Mohiwk, hebx . "lii Mohawk,, dam up K s. POWK1.L. ,. ;" bay, by the great Ten llrocck; " -"' ""' and , : Two and a half miles from Hnstoinille on the Sire ot .Maud Messenger a 16J,, Abel aa .. IOC Jm irincc. tne .Miam. .v ,ii..r.l Imr. ' laik, 1. ..H....tu.( j. ";;',, "'.1K...IJ,;'--i.i.r.. k.l I.. Im... S"'.,. .t - I..... I.. ..!.... ,.,., .1... ......i..l(I.IUi.'.. .I...- - .....! u h.. J.... ..1,1". 1,11,1. '..' '''e Curr, by I.) tton, ircof Firstdam '"""'.he by Lair's Corder w ' Itand Mien Hashfonl, whose pedigree shows Hustonvilleand Liberty Turnpike Koad Lincoln others K a .on than thru- - fourths of the .har J of thr Wellington, ' '"!, horndale a aaH ; addam hi oit Maggie a; son of! counts stuck ol the Crab Orchard and ( happcM (is;. several of the best crosses; (.trover Clove-- 1 Mamorino.Mcdle),soni.f Mambrino Chief, 11; j,I Napoleon ,td; tld djm by Jim Porter Henry Ward Ueecher 1. a nice lack, ij hand, high Willi' AT TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A COLT. Turnpike Itoad Coiiinanx, a lorpontion il dambyNorman land, a splendid combined stallion, and under an Act of the (eneial Asstmhl) ,0 llcherua. tired b) ,Prince, i.t Glcllilwlsaba)ttl!lioll.l5J.h1ndslllgh,foalcd;',"dIVel,,1,. Krntuiky. approsrd I'lhruarv 1;, iVn and rnti Kmbree !''mhrer.',J and handsome in form and 'xm. PJUNOE MESSENGER. he shows a true, in colorbalanced ivsi; beautiful jack, Peyton Kmbree. For further the tied "An Act to Incorporate the I rab Otclurd A lll)the by lllilhe . Hanni xvell and has un. Jtckvin. Chappi!' (lap Tuinpike Itoad lompans," tlil anxmusl, mx.te persons wanlinp; to breed I information examine our horse page. VV doubted speed, hailng sliawn uuarters In j;h ec- ' '" t 'callan see tw. jack colt, I base from associated Ihciuselirstogiihcr at authorued bvat. last If,""?' ondsishcn i)iarsohr He had no track A horse show without an entry by I.e- al Hlackburn, ivliic i tic onlv reliable testimonial Aitol IiIa.mI Ha) stallion, ij hands 3 inches high foaled Oct. xear Ills disposition is perteci anil nis Jaik, i hsndt high, 7 )ears .d. He proitil April J, SS,Assembli of Kvntuik), ap i Vvi lll'ltin 4' and entitled vi Hubble would be a singular one in 1834. bred by H C Mock, Danxille, Kv. Sired incshr.tclass 1.) lion, the sire nf hi dam, a well bred and of the Jim st.se. and 1. v thuruing turnpike, grairl and plank "An An au uy, K.v ' ' b) Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Messenger Thorndale a aiU.asonof that famous mare. Dolt. f c...i.. 1. saist , .V.i ,i, .... rtr ,1.. 11... nleschartetetl bv special Atts of the mad compi t .,.a mi iimv uissxiv.1 tsitsfstss. iiiw H'lm (itnrral As .I,n. rtf lllr....r . All f mi' 1F.I t It these parts, and yesterday he was on hand a 16 l.t First dam a fast natural pacer, by Young Jack, that sold semblv to teorgan'ae and operate their mad undo by llrow Chief 4413 brother in blood to the ijreat b) Hind at as usual, ruimage, a nice conioined America; ad dam by Onstot's Telegraph pacer Clark Chief the general Incorporation Uunil Kentucky,' a net oung America 'kc, record aa6, base aliandoncd and rrlinipiithrd the rights nl stallion of tine weight and muscle and dam by Old Sweeper pacer Onstot's Telegraph ' Glenx lew will stand at $10 the Insurance, money $20 FOR JENNETS AND $10 FOR MARES said Coinpam under the aforesaid barter as by Shelton's Telegraph pacer ) He sired the Phe due u hen tlis factis ascertained orthe marepart.-a granted hi the said Ait of the (iciieral Atseinblt superior jacks, Joe Hlackburn, the nominal Lucy Pope, record a 35VJ and trial in a ao. with lo Insure a l.uing oil. apiiroxrd I'ebruar) 17, iimo, and hate organize j His I ten retained on olt till the season it paid side is sen- much and some of the colts of his jacks, romebreeding on dam'stheir dams being oflike leto betomc a lili corporate imdrr the general in Turner's a 15, pacing I. II 1IKK.HI, corporation laws nf this State, it rhapti r jrtiif the made up a more than creditable display. lineage: and man) others too IIUIIICIUU. It men ' This fine stillinn will make thr season of isS at (tenerul .statutes and the amendments thereto March, iS11 llr inlsiille. Ky. inx firm, j miles from St.inlord, 011 the Stanford pacing blood has helped to produce Alt the ol ihr aforesaid I rab Orchard Ho has another jack, Henry Ward Maud S.ncio31J; a 10 and Nutwood Will make the present season at Wm M Rue's nnd D.imille pike, and Lhappell's Cap Turnpike Itoad (ompinx a is; D'jcchor, all described in this issue. Jjo to insure a Using c ill or io Training Stable 3t shall be members nl the bodi corporate In be or Prince Messenger will make the season at AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. the season, c ish at time of srrt ice ganicd under this notuc C. T. Sandidge was in the ring, this lie Is 4 ) ears old, lonamls lugn, a neatitiiui Thc name of Ihe orgaituatlnn shall be the with tine nunc and tall, a perfect mod,n' ba), time with Hamlet Denmark, a dark bay, Description and Prdigree Vermont llamblc and Otlenhelm Turnpike Koad Coinuanx tO IllSUrC LJvillir Colt el and a perfect saddle horse Is 10 iled in black horse, audits principal nlacr of buiitiess shall he Ira' high and thoroughly combined. At my farm on the Somerset pike, two miles south Mred by lluubie Denmark, knoxvn avjn lime totiian white feet behind, sirediISi. in hands high, In William Orchard, Kx. 'Ihe general business shall be First dam .Mollie Mounts, by Cabbje's Lein);t-nWelch, bx Kisd)k's lI.nnblctoni.in, 1st dam Katie 2875. the road now constructed and known as Charley says, "As a harness horse, as a of Stanford iildambi- Vounir mcrlcj. he bx Tailor's .lies. (rimes, !i (nil's rrmont, id dam '.lack Swan, Ihe I rab On hard and Chanprll't liap Turnpike M S. HAL'fWIMAN, senger; jd dam by Miller's Denmirk, which gixes lij Helm's Yorkshire, by Imp Yorkshire, 3d dam Kiddle horse and as a combined and to con. trial additional turnpike from tin Stanford, K) 15 ine Little Kmil), In Wagnc'r, bx Sir Charles, bv Sir nima clouuie cross 01 me oesi sauuie siotk ol Prii ale trial at xeais of age on halt milt track to present tirmtniis to said road to Otteinhelm anj horse, he ha not a peer in Ken; 4th dam by John Itlunt one of the best race Archy; itli d.llll Family Speed, by Imp l.cilathau, is hen . o.iiplitnl operate the whole road wagon a u world , th dam bx Waxy horses in the ttliiUm by I'arkulct, 6th dain'b) Orcendrixrr; Thetapil.il sunk author. ed shall be mix amour.; tucky," and many appeared to agree MESSEN(JBR Dark ha), ijl, hinds high the finest horse, W M Ill'K. Danxille, Ky Sth'ilam by ;th dam hi Marxland J CHIEF, the best breeder and the highest bnd horse In not en ceding twenlx thousand dollars and shall fis Silkv. In l'nisfl. Sin Kmili. with him. His pedigree elsewhere oth paid - .. . . .. . . I I f.: ,. ' Kentuck) offered to the public.it so loir a prlic be shall In at such times and upon such conditions nruce s . iiiiii i.' be prescribed b) the Directors nook 01 page j,;jj x cr- and on terms so liberal at on both shows that he is iSSiS nioiit II.1111bletonianisafine.bl1f horse, mill the The commencement of tins corporation shall he SI i.i) stallion, foaled in 1813, 16 hands and weighs fi,,,., tc.indK(,d bone. .in.r a sure breeder, on April i,jvs,atid shall terminate on April 1. sides. He is of fine st)le and well gaited. laxo pounds - -- - a i.l ' William Welch, the sire of Prince Iinperiin $30 to Insure a Living Colt. loll attaint ol this corporation are to be con alessenger Chief, Jr. was sired by Messenger T. A. Klkin showed his two flue stal al, a aaS, Jerciuiah 1 a3h, llis.ie can trot I'hc Chief i3as by Abdallah Pilot Firstdam own sis. a jo or better William W'elch was sired lij llin Ily WILKIN'S MICAWIIKR , dinted bv a Diivitorx Hoard composed ol a Pies lions, Arthur Sims, by Gen. Knox, anil ter to (ien'l Oeorge H. Thomas, sire of Scott's , dik s Weill and lour Directors, who shall he elected prliate recotd ;, 1st dam by Messenger ad Thomas record the il.nn nf llodcti's Prince, a a;, and hi Imported SireoflUnck Prince )sS. Kingste) Wvailtlotte, hv Metropolitllll, llllll , tltOV dam by Mambrinoa atChief; Maml.rino by Imp, N apo. Saturdai in April ol each tear tfK, and 3d dam by tl.e Trustee (son of Lotto) and tire of ao mills trotter, high, The highest amount ol indebtedness to sshlc'i fie dam ol lllaik Jack. 1. a). llt'X (th dam bv ;r - 6th great l.u stallim, hirst handsllracelctsired Argclus, Will III lit Icon: athdam ijer: . Clicsnut lander i( Wlri "ll'lltlv Illltlllll-ll- . a uam liv a son ot .xiamnriiio, dam Ii) In imp rustie, ., r vv:rv this corporation shall at anx tunc subject itselt . o I'arnany s jjiomeue: ?tn uam uy cannon s ad dam llruncttr, bx t odringt'.u; 3d dam .Miss .Messenger, Vermont bcln a grandson of the great Ham Af.l.m, shall lio exieed nlleell hundred dollars homo to their frk'iul Ut Alliplt'H .1.:., ""' "a 8th dam by Shinp's Paragon Whip; llysdxk llambletonian, the grandest sire tiling,1 Uam 0 Hie olonel, Ac The priiafc propirti of the stockholders thai, by Messenger Chief Jrs dam by Vermont Jr; ad Stykes stud the k r ath and fiill's Vermont combined, backed bx thor- TrUI a'ankj, and the dam of Alfcrtt I'nimi-- , Lowlau be exempt from the corporate debts. lx further pedigree season. Sec uam oy imp scytnian; 3a uam oy iinnner s i.ray der, his sire, was t.y Ilalcsman, out of Lufra bx ouglibred, will make line stock horse It'isdik's W and Wilton, llsK II Miller John llnchan Jno II Ows-lW. M. Hnblile scon's notcil On Time Kagle; 4th dam by On. ton's clegraph Windhound,liu by the excr famous Pantxto.,11 ll.iiulilctoniaii, In Abdallah, son of Miu'nhriiM,, Kr of I lliimbcr. de. in. Jas S Fish, d, III insDYK's HAMIILKrilNIAN 10, ermontJr by Yer.uont, dam by Ohxcr Mes- Dale. nun b) King Tom, the t successful sire dam bv Imp ad dam bx llishop's M J llani, ilmr of M J llirri. .led. and thuir jacks, IJc'ci'Iut, Dek't'lior Jr., seuger Chief Sr produced the following Maud I'lncland hasei :r nroduied; Ills sons, llreat Tom, Il.iinbretoni.in.jd dam b) Imp Messenger. loin I .. , D It Carpcnltr, of l.ritnd ilam LADY OKIsWOLD .Messenger a ... el It .....,..,.,., llr.li...! k. ,, ,, I ... . It O Town ,, .. oorcs, tri and Prince Oliver, were shown by JI a 30. litis tocj, .Xbel a J4V,.H .Man35',a 38. Iles.ie King Ian and Phaeton, were imp irted to the I' Ulll's Vermont. bx Ilowning's Verinotit. sire of' 1, a 30'y. Robert a .Manning s .,nj made thcmselies tainousas sires of winners the il.iin of Knlgina.a 16, 1st .l.itu by Oil I'd Trial lo ivagcMi a:al Columbus, many people to a 3i', Katherine s a 35, Messenger Oiri J". Is'inirTnm tv.u dv HarLaw.iv. the mre of trinh it ..i i... . (('..i.,..'.i.... ..... ... "Took," who pit piod :.i a i& Singel) II) I'UIXIi MdKCAN 34. rangha Ilillough, the sire ot 3 ,s, jd dam bx ljerraiid, sire of the dam f agree with him that he had the !iiisie;t t'retty lielle Chief Jr willMessenger aseason of '88 Messenger make the So ,LGr.iv, a J ; id dam bv Matchless, sire of the Dalesman's dam bi Pantaiooii Wllklns Mlcuisberivas sitinlbx ltsd)ck' Ilam display out. Abdullah Messenger, a red ('.ill' Vermont Is the lr ot it i seen that London has two close crosses of Pan,ilm of Climax, a A LIVING COLT. talooii and through sire runs thru l.anercast.l ramp llonner llox. a at. tiIllack Mnn.i. a aots. LadvOaK blctmil.m, dam Ladi llroixu, il.nn' ol Pickwick, bay stallion, sired by Messenger Chief, AT $15 TO INSURE I'V seeley s .xincric Mnr, graml il In H H loiuhstoiic, (.lencae.etc, while til rougli Ins Uam a 6, and Logan j in', ; also sire of the dains of he traces to Orlando, Wornisle) llirdcatcher, Ihe Cambetta Wilkes a The King a K, Nellie I. . N'Igger l.tince, son of lance, ton ot American! IH H the sire of Maud Messenger and other ., r I Cllrl.ll L...I ml illlli.i ni.x.l flmllt llorfonoa.. 1'.... it. and Ken- W ilklns xuti.iiv CHICKEN cjiicr.ii..""....;hm horse will stand vi. aIteatrice a til.',a a),, ce.iria 30, a1..1111 nails ajicj "j"i;, Mlcawbcr died xoiing noted trotters and owned by .1. C. and tires in England. l.aiix P.ilcliin vi. briiHling and M luckx Uent email !"" form, lt.. rnem "" l'i he gaxespeed, rich promise of jW H aH, und sin ot the ad dam of Hro., was also on hand. lle is i88j. sired Illack stallion. 16 hands high, foaled abundant "''" brilliant ATS20T0 INSURE A LIVING COLT. '''"I Thompson a if's by Aliuout j dam both on the tr.uk iin.l in the M JM Cholera Cure ! inost an unusually line house and will make mont PrincePrince First33, sireb)of Romulus Kvxdxk s Ilamblcli)iii.in,bi sire of ,,lui by Almoin performers 30 jajor Tlioiii.is Morion, ol New lork. vQsT Mr Walter a ?7; 1st dam by Charles Kent mare. ill the a jo list His d.itn the diim of Mollie Long, u that he refused for Wilkin. Mi. aw the season at the stables of Hubble bv Ilcllfoiinder; jddaui One Kic. b) llwliop Semi-Week- ly 2 Interior Journal EQERSGN WILKES. !2&. 1 st Funk-on-or'-s BBSECHLOADEE. Samlet I y I Danmurk I w StafflwHabujf GXI.DEROV. C I . 1111 11 to Insure IivlnColt ' 111 111 inar-niliifi- it I 111 11 Mos-xcn-rt- Mes-senjii- 'r 1111 I 11 111 I , hi-'- 4 jj w Fifteen Dollars to Insure, 11 1 lled-ford- , I lllack-)e- .I.1111 SILAS VATJGH1T, A-- -- s GBANBTT, 2488. scsc-utcc- 110 111) I w 11 11 v UHICSIM, sm. Kje-See , 1 11 I 4111 - Hain-bletonia- n, TAIiMA.CE! 1 1 PROXIE. ear-ol- PRI1TCE MOIDOC! 1 I 1 the-ir- e - r I -- Henry Ward Heeeher, 011 to Insure Colt first-clas- s 111 - eil - ' !.. 1. 1 leiel-neaue- 11011 I in , si s.' isl ts , o-- ) JR., CORDEZ .1 I . 01 1 14'-- . GLB1TV.CEW CH.IEF 1 Notice of Ineorpornthm nnd Re-orgumatl. a first-clas- lU-ha- -- . ?r - 1. Y 11 1 s,,u - j I .. . jfJxiSt ter 1 orgk-Ue- j j i r Dark-gra- ' x. i .1 I -- 11 Wake-Up-- J llrig-noli- VermontHambletonian 1 C - - 11011 1 anjfavasji itoivG, ; x s a nn-SI- - .1 Ixi-- imMWEYJ .1 - I 111 JR I'hn-nlx- ; 1I.1111 blue-bloode- d I l"tl AiIiI()S lUll . 111 1 . . - imp. Loaraoar, C I Humble-Ionian- " 1 , ,'...', 1 1 k. - .1 1 , I - m.-s- HM-- 1 I A I ,,,,, - 1 11 r- - P.irdcatc-heran- d - IBLaVUIKMDICTo 111 , s .1 , '), 111 I - .,,.,., 1111 AltTTEE' I I ajss "-.- ! Al-- .,,,,, 11 iV; Ileisadark 1 r. this page proves. From a line of trotters d in he himsc'lf showed form. He is a line bleeder and bin eoltn three-year-ol- TIIK TAXCY SADDI.K STALLION. biing the highest price- -. liieechloatler, a rich, daik bay, with n black points and a very handsome in uvery respect, was shown by 1. S. Tevis. His pedigree, given herewith, shows the excellent blood that courses' in his veins and his colts prove his superiority as a bleeder. Clark Karris' lMucniont was also in the ring ami showed to line advantage. He is a good one ami no mistake. once sJcreaiiier, the tinesaddle the pride of "Big Oeorge" Alford, was shown by Mr. Lilburn Oooch, who owns him and stands him this season. .Air. K. tf. l'owell exhibited Kncson, Jr., second cousin to Maud S., and Nutwood, and himself a flying trotter. A solid black, If! hands high and ,'J00ioundri in weight, his very appearance commends him to ull who see him. Mr, l'owell will also stand a jack, as seen by his advertisement. Welehmont, a magnificent standard bred und registered horse, was exhibited lu Ls coalblackand by D. tf. Carpenter. stands 1(1 hands, large und powerful. W tf. Wigham had Bryan, a fine buy good style and choice blood. of tfam Owens' beautiful buy, Hienzi, Jr., was much complimented und is indeed u very line horse. Henry Gentry cximmeu ins great Gambetta and a couple of his colts that are perfect beauties. Gumbetta is a dou- sjteci-niehoi-seani- l Jay-Kye-S- WALLACE DENMARK, Foaled May 1, 1879, is a rich Jlahogony bay, it.1 hands high, heav) mane and tail; is strictl) tine and fancy; is both a natural and pleasant saddler; breeds fancy and when quietly driven harness goes like a trotter style on both He 11 high-tai- l side to tne third generation; backed by thoroughbreds on both sides, making him very actiie and sprightly in gait, in form and finish a perfect model. He was sired by Suinnter Denmark, he by Coddard's Denmark, he by dames ix, Crotnuell s uenniark. lie by the race horse, Denmark, he by Imu. Hedge-forHis first dam was sired bv Sir Wallace, he by Todiitinter'sSir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred, ad dam by Ylrginiiit, dam of Virginius by Iranby, thoroughbred he by the celebrated .Mason's W hip; 3d dam a Whtpp mare. 111 - ' ' TOW ROBINSON, Son of Wal'ace Denmark aboxe; 1st dam by Jlil-ler- 's Denmark, he by the race horse, Denmark; his dam Kiurue ; ad dam by .Montgomery' Oli-xe3ddam by o d Drennon. 'Join is a tinetthaped horse, b ack with heavy mane and tail: ill? handt lugn, it a natura sidd er and will warrant ruin a saddle breeder. JACOX This fine Jack is by (iiant, he by Imp Palermo, 1st dam by Robinson's Sampson, he by Imp .Mam moth, adilaui by Imp. Ilertrand. Jaco's 1st dam by lllac Hawk, ad Jam by Tipp.icanoe. This Is a handsome Jack, 3 je.iri old, 15),' hands high, black with nie.i y note. Will sen e :. The above stock will make the teaton of 18S8 at my farm 3H tubes from Hustoniille near Carpenter's station, und ill be permitted to sen e by the ititur.ince, WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, 11 i j JACO at $jj for Jack colt und $13 for Jennet. Stock committed to tny care and breeding wi'l reccixemy personal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to be paid for before removal of stock. No respontibi Ity for accident or escapes. Partini with ttuck forfeit the insurance. J.STKKLK CARPKNTKR. short lime bifore his death an olfcrof r 11am111c10111.111.j1i11.ini Miurrt.ili, in imp great driier, Curl llurr, .ij that Kxsdik'sj ll.imblelonl.iii fs the sire ol Saj.ooo, and theConsidered t al he bus iilnaxs the death t.f 16 lnnd high, b) I en llroeck; 1st Nettie a iS.nnfij others with records ol 1 yi or' ilklns Micuiiber breeders sustnlnvd the lo.sol Ha) horse 'dam dam of Kellnixpi.ix and Drake Carter by nctter, also of the dams of Trinket ai und 35' one of the vers greatest of all the great sons ot old Planet, addam.Krolitc, felloin raft sand Spend- others xvith records of a 30 or belter eriiiont iioiiuiug s) lit Hills llliieV. Hawk, thrift's dam, bx Lexington; ad dam Florme, (Idlc- Itisdyk's ll.iiiibUtnni.iu.wliiisireit. both sire and x xuen . : . ............ wiiusaam ov imp iiiaii'.; viuiuiiictiuuiH.it Kin 01 Is r.u .111ol. the . .Iain, j ... trmom , iiotsn. " ot L.i.g.ii.., , s.re andalMi '" in '.in- -.'-' ' find no richer blood (.0 mgfor extended pedigree, and ."V ! . 'toracing calander and find the line he comes ol, irc- 01 tne n ot Mamnrino liruee, tlie sire ol " -- perfiirmow 'anil- has "." ed the dams of" jo per si V "fllu Wil.on a aSS by sire and dam illuii.iiies us brightest HIIU lll.uk Hank, bv Sherman Morgan, ilam If',",1.1r' "ill' records of a 30 anil In Iter, iinmng W reatac iieieucnts He combines the hlld ' V. P"",'""''' "" h ."." 11 trottiig mare Hill's lll.uk law k is the and Pliact-.n- , I the latter thr.,' the .lam iif Harkawax., ,PI,u',r.e,1 stir".' len llroeck and Lex.ngt... twice through lre of Ilelle of Saratoga a ay; Lancet a a7c, great.. t iliiimher- - Ihe nub ne three oung Amcka FannvHoltoi, the dam of Ten ISmec ( Utli.... Allen a a?), and ... a sire-I Uiiibleto .ippro uhitiK It .dik a ify. If a a.t, and is the sire of the dams f and (lenc", thrice in I Ion ne, Pocahontas, etc ..nil a a7, "'jlnc.ng il.iin. 1. W'J;'". """. tl.c sire of I'wecd. a at.",. Te.i.ic.ee ' ! ' " horse will prose his iior.h lii'ge.t.ng pfogeny that also the itumfcr ol the great Illack Ili.ixk famll, ,h bniding ol II bur the 4011 of a 30 or ,k,"'m, will .how hi Iront 'at thctiiiish" He is greatl) in that has In .... m.i'e .mil fcuiiib-linaualisia and ne liaxe fieri- confidence 1,..,,.. ,.. .,!.... it..... ....... ......r,,,,...,.., marks auu lorni use nis sire, me i.ioi.'us icu nnnis module sliced and we billeie th.i Ciillllllljlls t H.irlJel's hi Old Co'iimbiis. Ire ol llllll lie Will whose record has only been beaten by his sou tialrouUing him will reafie as much profit trom Drake'Carter, a full brother to Concregan He is Conlulcnce a a, u.im a Jlesscnger inure Old Columbus a 44(4 conxerlitl p.uer, brought Ins produce us from the produce of am hor.e In xvell put up, .tongly knit and has the muscles and the land, and his hllies should make brood dinners tif all the'best descended! of Lexington, from Canada, sire ol Confidence a aS, Coluinbiis I In id embrace of the bluest blood and will make ejie season at IT Fl'F.LN DOI.LAItS Naxigatora 31, llosamond a ,VS,, and Young thcmselies a ,15H; and also sire of the dams ot Hen its are-- iuiile.l to call and ex. inline for is toiiisiiie the horse and his prodiii c. Attention called to a aoK, Nameless a 10. Pit- .Morrill a a;, Louise N. nty, 2 jtJj oung Columbus is the sire of 11 the following extract 73 A CZlX'fi J) n a 30 or better pertnrmcr, and he has a sous thill Olnkx, Ui , Mar. 10, 1SS7 fjWJJiy a to or better performers Old Coluiiibale sired Harkiiwj) neier mule what could be xvhleb called a season In his life until xou bought him , t' .,,.,, the lounder of the Columbus l.iinll), ... '"" Ii , by ".i.i. , , . Illack colt, foaled ajt, r.... Our people were absolutcl) l to the merits of a aj1, Coaster a ib'i 1st wa C.F.Cayao, Cyclone aj'V.sonof ," thelrotter Heserxed two 111. iris when three u.irs Almont, slreof AliciO by Piscard dam old and got two colts, both mined here, and ) 011 ad Fannie Witherspoon.a , itM .1.1 dam .Madam Finch, could not buy either for fsoo, You can not ,t ui s.iiuurt. .I: .. .o .v.... . ,,.74, ...... ..nr.l . ,UI Xli.. uaiu 1 1 r buy a llarkawa) xoiingster in or around Olncy for by Drennon,. jd dam ' i lascoma44.ndPuntonaa45 IV I I 14 less than Ipio to'j;oo, out ot common mare lie ? L1JL.1JIJ. I XI J bx- I'.eneral Taxlor Caliban a 31. by Jlambrmu serxed in hit whole life aa mares und got in to, lis Pilot, sire ..I Hannis a 17)1 Mambrino (lift a ao) For sexeral )car he ran wild In pasture and cox dam Cassl ,.,by Cassius JI Cla)', Jr, sire ol llarr) ered no mares, during the time I w,itr)ing to elm- aatVf.and Duramtoa at1., ascai oy .xiniuui, This luting stallion will make the season at the whether I would go under or stay on top of see the sire of Peuimont a 17, dam I'earlie Leonard, by same place and will be limited to twenty mares II C. Sanus. sod. dam Amrneau Clav. sire of liranxille a 36: ad Kilken-ney-bv, W. A. ItUSSKI.L.or Adilrc.s john Campbell, son 01 Wagner; jd dam AT $15 TO INSURE, J. II. KNOLKMAN, by Mingo, son of American hclipse Almout Danxille, Ky by Alexander's Abdallah, fireof Coldtmith Maid, And will go in training (lie lit ot June. You will Uam by Mambrino Chief, sire of dam of find on a 14; investigating the- - pedigree that he is one Director a 17, ad dam Kate by Pilot, Jr. sire of nl the best bred xoung hor.es south of the Idler The analysis,of this ped- He has the blood of dam of Maud S. a oS)i Wilkes, American igree shows two crosses of Mambrino Chief, two Clay and Messenger to(ieorgchint tor a speed prob.uk of Pilot, Jr.two of Henry Clay and oneoflfam- - ducer. THE Tl'KPI.V HOIISK, blctonian; built upon spacing and tnorongniireo Pedigree -- Kennv Wilke's xvas lred foundation. This colt will xerie mare at FIF Wilkes 1650, sire ot Alatlic Wilkes a to; by I.jle Will makr the present season at I.. D. (tamer's, 3 istil.un TKKN DOLLAUS to insure elka by ad Hiawatha, lull sister to Maud Wi. miles from Crab Orchard, on the Stanford pike, liam a a6, ad dam Tcn.i bx Mitinbrinii Messenger and will terie mares at sire-oof Messenger Chief, who sired Maud Jlesscnger a i6fc ; t ilam bv Downing' Hay .Messenger, itli dam b) ounif Jefferson, pacer"; 5th dam bv Hunt's Commodore. A darV bay hone ijlij handt high, is a p endid W!ke. 463U sun of Oeorjje Wllko; 1st Money due when factis ascertuned or mare part, I.jle romhined stallion, will be nermitted to scrxe niarct dam Lou Coons, b) American Clay, ail dam No. cdwith at $10 to insure knrnin-- i bv Jluinhrino Chief, id dam Mr. Caudle, Description and Pedigree, Illack Denmark is noted jack, We vi ill also stand the 'dam of Krlcson ad Hiawatha bv Hiawatha, son 14 years old this spring, jet black, a No combinof Imp. Albion, dam Duthc-r'.Maid by JlambritiM ed none, fine style and action,. ind a good breeder Jletsenger Downing' Hat Messenger bv Has Sired by the famous old Stonewall Jackson, he by nlncrs, dam bv linn. Mosenger. Downing' Hay Miller'sold Washington Denmark, he by the four tne sireoi Lady .Martin a Jt, Jim mile race horse, At $10 to insure. Taking iret style and breeding Illack Denmark' Porter a aiM .Mambrino Mesencer sire of (ten. dam by Crusader, Denmarkdam by Hlackburn' into consideration, we thins tint the cheapest stoc grand Oeori ge 11 Ihomat. who sired Scott Tlinm.1. 1 al. Whin. Stonewall Jackton's dam by Abdallah, ever offered. Mares kept on gras at $a per month. No retpon. und Lud) K.l 2)'A. Iter uam by Jledoc. tibility. Forfurther parllculirs callonoraddrest. Will also stand my two line inks HI. ACK TIIOS.C. ROBINSON, h. H.orJ. H. IIAUOHMAN, HAWK and PKINCK. Stanford, Ky. Stanford, Ky. 13 I.. 1). OAKNI'.K'S, Crab Orchard. ij CONCBECAN I I111I1 bcrjli-t- a ,,,. curi-tr- , s ' 111 ' j X . niu , ' 1111 urn .......... ' "" "''," :"" ',V '" AM-U'-. -" ' 1 1 llche '" ' KJ ". '- ' 1 ,",""" .,'r e ''V.il'f'i, - " ,.,,, (TltUVt 111 iiav.itw, j ; ', ..-......- - ,,,.,, htua'' nxrxri ir IJll .. - ,,, di-iu- i - 1 f it 13LA0K DENMARK! f GROVER CLEVELAND. PEYTON EMBRY, $10 to IiiNure Living Colt. 1 s The BUYERS' OUIDE u iiiued Maroh and Sept., each year. It is an anoxr. olopodla of uaeful information for all who pur- onaae me luxuries or tbo necessities of Ufa. Wa oan clothe you and furnish you with all the necessary and unnecessary appliances to rldo, walk, danoe, sleep, eat, flsh, hunt, work, go to church, or stay at home, and in various slses, styles and quantities, Just figure out what la required to do all these things COMFORTABLT, and you can make a fair estimate of the value of the BUYERS' QUIDS, whioh wtll be sent upon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, o trial .v bottle is encugh for one hundred chickens. It is If, after using of .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undei signed and Ynur monev will be refunded. 5o-cengnat-antee- Y.iOM sands of dollars worth of .hirkent die every year frrni (.'hoi-.ra- . It is more fatal to rhicki ns than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery oi u leuieoy tnat fiui.'irtly cans it has been made, and to be of its efficacy only rcures a ccti-vinco- d two-toird- s For Sale by JlcKoberts S: Stagg, Ul.lU MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. Miohigan Avenue, Chicago, III, .. ' 'I,