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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888041001 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. V lii tiij ? Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. COD Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL -.- 7 dO, 4888. FOR d NO. toll-gat- 1 If LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. barely supported our weights; and tlion sake 1. Crittenden Coleman, lie died Bucklen's Arnica Salve. RENT. over tin' yielding sands. Hut we made tit Pensncola soon nftor tin civil war hi'- The best salve in the world lor cut, bruise, John Matncs was tried before Judge . . i .1 .i unit rheum, fever sores, Ito this ilay Iiih family have ,,oMg, adjudged insane and tilkt.n to sores, ulcere,chilblains, corn iinJ all tetter.chap-pe- House and lut on Danville pike, near Tiufl akin crup lately Hands, hillocks-O- h! - not known just whore he wan buried. A Oh! Who can dolow of vacated b) W M Zanone I'our acres of hi, AhvJiii111, Alwmmw lllst wwk. tlons, and positlselv cure pile, nr no pay re laid in lot and garden Apply I" scribe the open rolling in upon its melancholy satisfaction, to Hud his grave; A I) KOfir, Stinfnrd, Ky 14 t Kotlr prisoners escaped from our jail quired It U KUaranticd to Rise perfect sallstacuf.ouuf.o. haknj: snore Willi measured IK'Ili; Millers IIKO Dill HUH l.ir, lar llellcr UUIIl IIOI to Know. , lkttf.i, ww,, Un) I100,)M,liltl.fl Montnv anil tier, or money refunded Price J cents per box A R I'enny.jjtanturd, Ky molten glass; lesllcm as sin, ami as at- - dipt, ltoehc, hi tin paymaster's 'lil'0 two murderers Saturday. Yet the tail is F"r,aIcby " . trjn'lvi vitlinu nfiit Mint Minium liurn ulwiU'fil mm lint limtiw( Phnnuoi.a, Fi. Aimiii. I, IHSS. ' L'OOd coililltioil. in V" . . . .. .:'. Wnrlh Knnwlnn vsoiuicrnu ..! ,. ,, .,. ii:it iNTEiiioiK Pretty name that, "" iHi jrrow upon vou jjh ,you listen, trying walking out with us through the lilu.iug MiiwIkHh M w. 1,y ,,,, v,r 1(,,ki the mch,nt. Lake Messrs. hae , int, isthisPeusucnla. t irv, ,Wnn ami over the hot, namlv ro.ul to the' ?'.Mllggard lirr ed here SuiliiuV wastaken with a severe Cold, attended Ci.y aVU, George I)purch ised :ind I lumber yards ofwill open M llruce and Wearen with dis' , keen- he ...... Of I...II.H, origin, It big yard nt the one purchased of Mr. W'earcu . . cemetery; ami in every way showing the usto vhatthe w'lld waves are s'tying." , IHOflli8i,,ni. ,iriHOners irc.JnuCh.nd num..., mi. Consumption In llesidcs lumber in rouih and dressed. I will carry iug alive the title of a tribe, long since . ,,( , sympathy with Mr. .loye.s in bin ,ricd man' ,0 "1,cd ,op,,Ur a large line ... window sashes, doors and shingles, . . kow v,,t .,,,,.,, , kl. Wtt ,,, ,1 f n ,, irr.uiiui " fim ,tee'- "e Wa, laths, posts and the picket nee formerly sold by dUv ettvf wori(. blotte.1 out. "The IVuhmmjIuh" are i"' thuniler benUtif the anitrv nurf, that jmim-li- . eogh remeJic, and Thekeeperof tlie cemetery, a ,.,.....' S T. HOCKF.R Mr. Wearen, ;, reduced m fle.h. had dr,city m l,reathin2 and , , as tlu lolo; or as the bison soon H,llk .lisa- extinct . of pjvernmeiit, t, , A.l . riUtWaslnl.OUISVlIleiimlK. 31. waiunahe to eep. rinally tried Dr. King New .... f . u. IM,f,y.ll,.ollll,K ,,(.,ioner active service by who was re- - , ...HI be, unless nui- I'ni.lii H.iiiiiiiiI iiiiikiH, pi,llk, i. ble.l from a nniiml VX PRANK V. IIIRHKRT, D. V i fRNNs. wl H.,rl)ourviile lust Mick. Ducoiery iipl.ismln.ltokeep them from exter-- 1 .1,1... tlmthwiiiH to have no i.eril in It. ceive.Un frontier service, most obliuiim- - , "Lk" " v . . II'WI u - ,, ..hv... ... ..I... .I. ....I., nun , ... ml nation ill Uts i:reai nuuuiiiii preseive, N()r ,... , ,i,.(....,i ..,., whetlier I like ly did all he could; uud to him we were , ' , , . ., u.f ,!,,. t..M i.v , , , . II llllll. .iu,.i,..ji, l.llll. !. J. until, III J.euailOll, dIiel,e Xoother remedy can liow to Krand a liero nillliiay. the Yellowstone Park. I think of how largely indebted for the search in the old either; when it bullies is Visiting Ills mother. Mr. llllll Mrs. T. recordofcuret Dr. King's New Diicovery for DENTISTS, 7kdlMllOT Hut thellslj, I lieput with, 'l'heie are and blusters, or .leceitfully whispers bv iccord books, that gave the needed clue. Guaranteed to do Jmt what It S. Hubert left Slllldav Oil It visit to her! Consumption on Lancaster st,. oppo 100 to IM) poun.ls of iiionstersof fnim It is Ho beautiful; ho cruel. So He takes great pride in keeping the place Jaimcd for it Trial bottle free at A R. I'enny's site court house All work guaranteed to giv e en parents in Hreathitt county . wliut is known as the W'arwiw variet- y- oi,,,:,,.,.. m .rrlil.. iti....... Drug Storein exquisite order, and Uncle Sam gets tire sitiilactlou ,lt f,,r Sunday evening, at 7 o'clock, while excellent for the table when sercd in inconsistency. It N, in heaven, thes.iine. the worth of his money in Mr. Shea, r"' ... 1..!... :..!!.. , US Hill 1I1U !.... Renews Her Youth. vi44.il .iniiiirHiii, uririii I juilL'l Meaks. Then, leadliiR all others fur . . . . , Theie we have a "sen of lilans;" and there perintendeiit of the National Cemetery THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. Co., Mr. iiiiuiiii jfi inwnri , ifilivi.' ilTn, lid l t'lll tell l'hoclie Chelcy, I'elerton, Claythe Iowa utility, the incomparable Ked Snap-per- , one Joy of it "there shall bo no more Wairiugtoii. truth of the following remarkable story, the slop buckets, l)?es threw the buckets from vo to .0 poumN. Then the sea." They cannot have heaven, een, Pat Jr. was delighted with his visit to down and made a dash fur liberty. John-Mi- which is ouched fur by tne residents of the town' The greatest reduction in prices ever known at .Spotted (iuinea, five to 15, a superb fish, with it or without it. Prom which I in- the Indians, iw I knew he would be. am 7) years old, hae been troubled with kidney WALTER FIELDS' shoeing and repair gave him a lively chase, firing three "I complaint and lameness for many years; could not shop. Thansing my friends for their past favors of the North. Then the fer that, once the teirihle. the dreadful s like a These fieipient jaunts on the bay are All kinds shots and capturing him about a mile dress m self without help Now I am free from I solicit the same in the future. warranted of work Amber Jack, as near like a salmon asenn HjmV(., f,om jt( the beautiful, the ilo- - very done in the best of style and to give uud delightful. Tofrom town. Johnson on leaving the jail pain and soreness and jm able to do all my own satisfaction or no pay. Anything in iron or wood le. ami as imiiii'. Then the Kilt water rioushesi, as tiod once made it, not as the morrow we want, it the weather permits, left the door I owe convinced. gise met open and Sam Hurnard, housework.renewed my thanks to Klectric Hitters that you want W ALfKR trial and be Turnersvillt. FILLDS, Trout, from three to ten pounds; astooth-hom- devil Inn unmade it, hIiuII be the denial to go across to the my youth and removed comfor hasing station, awaiting a new hearing and under ti ten Ipetcly all disease and pain. Try a buttle, 50c land almost as lit) Hpeekled brother of "thing of beauty uud it joy forever." Santa Hosjt InIiiikI. Next day to Chico 1871. 1888. years' sentence, and Wm. Crawford, $t at A. 11, I'enny's Drug Store. s frewb water. are known To look at this expanse of water, tlear Hay to spend one last tiny with our dear, 71111. held for murder, without bail, made And Pomp.nio as crystal to the beach, because nothing noble captain. Saturday we go, (Sod by all gourmands. barrels at $1.7 at rarely delicate. but miowv x.md to roll up upon, to fcnt willing, to Mississippi City, .V) inilesthis their escape, going in the direction of SALT. and Spanish Isaai. Hamilton's, Howl.ind Williamsburg. Htrnard is feet 2 inchThen the smaller kinds Illack Jiroiip-er- s the eyes on itsiieutral tints, wearied w ith side of New Orleans. es high, about :'.' yearn old, smooth face, and White (iroupei, shaped like our the glaieof the hot shore; then to lie . NEWLAND liver in Jesus, lino. (). H minks. dark complexion and eyes. Crawford is THOMAS with others too numerous to down upon the dry, wift, white wind, Is a Candidate J thc'ollireof over U feet te.ll, full face, small mous- Sheriff, subject to fr ration of the democracy MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. mention, till out the list. Mullet, the where many storms have thrown up a the tache, blue eyes and light complexion. dn drift of shell, and select at leisure those oininone.M of all and mont eaten, Drs. Hrowniuid bivell Hueccusfully Both poorly clad. Several yearsago Bar. Jiot mention, though it would hceMfcui-e- d that please you most, from thedoeiis of removed two large JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, tumors from the nard assaulted a young woman, and tearti good llsh, wor' there not a ilo.en delicitte varieties; while you turn again as Judge of the1 Is a Candidate for throat of a little negro Saturday. ing arrest, blew out her brains witii a re- Court of Appeals from this, the ad District, subject varieties much better. and agtin from this to feast the eyes upJames McFcrran threshed it negro 10 ine action 01 ine iemocracy. A Ol'FUTT. Proprietor, - - I.EIIANON. KV. Atone haul of the N'ine, at a picnic on the Incoming waves, dashing gently, who wa.s attempting to take a walking volver. By some hook or crook he Jailed to ilo the rope act ami went free until llshcr-liie- n given by our iihmI captain, the Doors, Sash, Illlnds, Frames, Casing, Base Moldnot spitefully, almost to your feet, per- eaue from him at Livingston a few days la.st summer, when he killed his brother-in-laCornices, Stairs, Newels, CARD. , i'arties who wish Itijiti. ings Mantjes, Brackets, Store Fronts, bhelving. A address work uonc brought to laud neven ditleivut haps this is ab mt as luxurious a bit of llaluslers. Verandas, Ky since. and was tried and hentenced for will Counters, Mooring, Siding, Shingles, Laths, kinds, dclicioitsly edible, and two or MMisiioiis tittil.ttion as falls to the lot of We learn from the duirier-JouinRough and Dresscu Lumber. ten years, and was still in jail waiting for My House and Lot of Send for prices before bu ing elsewhere. three kinds that were thrown luck C? 1 T T? sinful mortals, that It. M. Kldridge, who left here on the courts to give him a new trial. I.rv r OAJjlli. t Acres, at the not worth puttiii),' in the pot. Itt'turiiing we hud to "beat" out of the Thursday for Missouri, was married to Poor old Jake Dees only mile from Stanford Good W threw a rock at barn, large garden, good house and all the outTo one not accustomed to the "aliiiud-unci- ) sound, a short tack to windward and n Miss Nancy M. Habbitt by Justice Keig-wi- n faftJe, a train and has never been so fortunate buildings, fruit trees, Ac. Adjoins Henry and givery, eei and (Sate f the sea," the INh "takes" are long stretch to leeward, in nautical parllaughman I want in Jelleixinville. The newly mar- as to kill his man, made a bold attempt Smith cheap Alex Martin, $. for it, winch ts Manford cry really womlerful. We often go down to lance, till we weathered the point at the ried couple left immediately for the to get away, but Gran could notat.'ord to m the fishing smacks discharging their mouth; then fair wind audit grand run West. do without him. llnuy trx'nsurw, t Ik' packed in huge ice- home. Had we picked the "iii days of John Ferguson, a young man aged boxes in the warehouse and afterwards the year, a more perfect one font pleas about '22, disappeared from his home The Chesapeake - Ohio reorganizahiled by rail as needed. One hun- - aut Mil could li.mllv have lieen luiiml near this plate last Thursday and no tion, or something else, has rim its com 25 Acres ltxsl and tifty pounds, with nir.pri.itf "Capt. .I.uk" nn.l Iiis buovant craft, the tidings have been received from him limn stock down to 1J cents. Two miles South of Stanford on .Veal's Creek icing, are seiit otl'iu a Hour barrel. Two phantoui," "did us proud" that happv since. His W, CKAIG Jacob Sharp, the New York million- Address mc at Carlisle, Ky mother nml family art greatW. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. hundred imunds in a nugar ditto. At day. It was woith much to those of us ly distressed over his absence and si- aire, whose name became notorious thro' present the Isautiful Ked Snapper nre in who want to get strong ami well again. lence. S. O. DAVIS, LONDON, KV , his bribing New Yoik aldermen to grant gre.iteAt Jibtindaitce. Fancy a gold flsh I would not take $1,000 in gold for what We regret to learn that M. T. Craft him a railroad franchise on Broadway, PHYSICIAN Good turnouts and saddle borses always for AND SURGEON, of H) or 15 pounds weight and you have on reasonable terms. London is the most convenhave regained in these ''."i days at Pen has severed his connection with the I.eb- - is dead at last. There Jiave been rumors ient point on the railroad to reach places in the MY. VKRNOX.KV. the average lied Snapper of theSoutlierii Nicola. I don't feel like the man that 10 in the mountain section of the State. turn ever 't oi ins prooaoie demise uuring i:ti.rpri.se to follow other waters. dare to lift his u out of! 'i..,.. w ....... .1'. .....a i, ,.,. .. ,. i;... uinco his trial, it was thought for ell'ect, ...,i ..v v. a..' Ortice next door to Whiteheia's Drug Store. dipt. Petterson left home last Friday the ear. Ie--t his back should breakngaiu. villo to ..v prattice his profession, the law. but it seems that the old man was deep- Special attention ,'n en to d..eas-- . of . aiiJrci.. week, to be back the following Monday. Praise the LOUD! He deserves the best, no matter where ly in earnest. The Hoods that caught Pat Jr., and made And I am really enthusiastic alxiut he goes. Fountain Iuul and his cousin Sally him it close prisoner at Montgomery for this glorious eliiuate, for invalids of nil A. It. McLean, of Livingston, was up were brought before the Madison Circuit three days, also detained our friend. He j kjll(M. ..,,,, of it experimentally, Friday. Mrs. W. L. Owens is improv- Court, charged witii unlawful cohabita To Farmers of Lincoln and Casey. . . . . gives us quite .. thrilling account of his for .March awl. April. Others say it is ing. APOLLO Perry White has returned from u tion. The proof wa dead against them, various attempts to break through the grand all tne year rmiiul. Ami I can prospecting I have bought the "J'ride of Nelson" Stiles' l.ngin-weof the penalty in such but they got clear tour in Hell county, you 30 per cent on square cordon of encircling waters. North, believe them. dipt. Petterson says L.t.r ,j. w. Flowers is out on the train this casc-- made and provided by incurring u patent We can asesour old fence rail fence will make south, east and west, he went out on he has n..t met a single ease of malarial M wj.. i;..orge stand as long after it falls down as it has stood, Sutton left Friday for St. worse penalty taking each other for and stronger than it ever was for fic cents per I II every prospecting engine. Hut all in disease in the 1. years of his lesidence .j,,, yIK John .Mize will I CJ A McKINNI'.Y, (C.iey, stmt Friday for better or worse. A handy Squire tied pannel. tsiy Hutonville, Ky v.tin. At last, he earn. in 1'.' hours later The yellow fever can only be im- Macon City, same State. Mark Hardin, the knot right then and there. W. l McKINNCY, Agent, Stanford. than Pat, whoipiictlyjW.iitcd till the lliU ported. So it may go to New York. To f yolir ,,.uV, WHS with us Suiuluv. train went through, and by a very round originate nere is impossime. there is I S!K,Sl'l'T s G HO(.KER,SKr r MhlD -(- Jeorge .Mullins, an old colored man. jiboiit route." lie, however, had the nothing to start it. And now that g who had rpiite a varied experience STANFORD The Best in the pleasure, his greatest in life, beliexe, of arrangements are inexorable, there the late war, having been taken helping poor women and children, to get is us little danger of its getting in here as south nml sold 110 less than three times MILL COLWUSY WORLD. .something to wit, when almost starving in New York or Philadelphia. It has making his escape mid returning to his Manufacturers ot tin delayed trains, and by his uheery been, in las sanitary days, in both those old home, is yet living near town. It is' Flooring. Weatborboardlner, Celling, oiunige and ready help, got trains oyer cities. We saw two banjues from the related here by many reliable witnesses SEND FOR CIRCULAR, W L ROYAL WS'st? Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, bad places when they would otherwise Mediterranean in iiiarantine yesterday. that Oeorge many yeans since, for Etc. Sash. Doors and Blinds always the have hopelessly stuck. He is so full of No sickness on board; only filthy ballast consideration of it quart of whisky, pick4th and Main, In stock. .sailorly resource, that he must have been that they will not allow to be taken to LOUISVILIjE, - KY. led up a live black snake and bit oil' the Jin unspeakable blessing wheiever lie tlu city. All has to be dumped at serpent's head while it was yet busily went. And his various sallleH in search vessels thoroughly fumigated and licking out its tongue. He afterwards of liberty brought him in contact with whitewashed; ;uid only then allowed to killed a number in like manner for the We haercceied and .ire daily recciwns our elegant line of Spring Millinery We h.ie left lniiny cases of distress uud need. We come to the city for their lading. AH amusement of crowds who desiied to see nothing undone to make our stock were cut oil from our mail for four days, this precaution, lest the possible girnis MT. VERNON, KY. throughout llesides our .Millinery, e will have the peifonnance. Fact. a well selected line of F.mbroidery Material Call which was our little trial, aiiiong..tlie of disiii-- e might impregnate the ship's: and examine our stock Store on I.aocaster st greater ones siillered by othei-s- . COURTS .t COX It was ballast uud he communicated on shore, 10 Hotel is still maintainThe Stanford Ivrmtioit Joruvxi will This old and ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeJin unexampled period of high water and when the summer's sun strikes it. leuieinber the local item in its last issue SAD-DLEBTSTcial attention to the travelingpublic. will entail frightful loss on soine of the ! The w hut ves and all the bay front of concerning Henry Nail, thu inventor o M. I'. NKWCOMli, Prop., . iiiilro.nU. Tilings are resuming their the city are What a botch-- 1 a . If that individual don't Mt. Vernon, Ky. regular How once more and no inoie trou- patch it is, to la sure. Oniiiito iroin Nor- - get rich in Lincoln county he will on nest door to thu Interior J otini.il otlice. u ble is apprehended. luvu from Naples; soapstouc fioni tiiinly .fii.p..soii or wnue stork of saddlery goods which he will sell private-IYesterday we all took u sail at Pat Sr.V Finland; clay fituii (.erniiiny; and other during the week and on eery Saturday and patient on his knee. Richmond court day will hold mictions, wncn he will dipnu expense, across the bay and up the Santa earths and stones from other IJegister. LONDON, KENTUCKY, of .ill kinds cl harness mid s.iddltry goods Itosii sound for 14 miles, "dipt. Jack's" places, (hie load of ballast came from CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. A bullet tired from a lille ill the hands yacht-sloothe "Phantom," took in Australia last week. Isn't it ipieer'.' Al-- I o of a boy at Lynn, Mass., killed a spartwice seven of us. The day was ehaiin. most uncanny. o nd 1 his nowdtr neser varies. A niancl of purity. Thoroughly Kcnaiated and Refurnished. went through the P. ing; the wind fair; the lunch abundant, I went down with Pat -.More strength anu u Holes mieness to iw row,ofwounded a cat, blilkea Valuable Vllse than the ordinary kinds, and cannot economicalin Tare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night be sold mid consciences light mid goo 1. have fil to the Navy Yard. Pat, Jr., went bat II lieilestriail with the multitude of low test, short Trains are met by Polite Porters; of this Popular and shiveied a irol) mirror, ....I ..... the competition or phosphate poder Sold only in tteltfht aljtn rarely enjoyed a djy more. We went on to Pickens to sue (luroniino and his House. RUVAL llAklNf. l'OUDKK Co.. three miles beyond the "(Jiitii'.iiitinc." braves; bis father and I to the National boy called it a poor day for shooting. 106 Wall Street, New York p jno. m. i erwiss Detroit Free Press. r. s. martin Santa Itosa Sound is that lovely sheet of Cemetery to seo if the grave of hisbroth-ei-in-laI1kodiiem, Ky., May, i33;. . water, averaging u mile in width, that whodied in 'ill or 2, in the At an election under the local op-- , Albright & Martin beg t inform their manj p. separates Santa ltos.t Island from the Confederate service, could bo identified tion law in Prairie Township, Holmes friends and customers of the change In firm nami p mainland. S. It., us previously mention- or tiaced. Once before he had made un- county, O., a majority of nearly .100 was 0 p. MARTIN & PERKINS, ed, ts a little over 10 miles long, by about successful search. This time we were given in favor of prohibition out of a ' p half a mile wide, ami a ineie succession rewarded. The obliging keeper of the total vote of .lUti. The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many imof white sand hillocks. A few groves of ceineteiy had unearthed the records and a. provements in the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We will inBeing More Pleasant the tlesired clue was furnished. It was stunted pines, nt irregular intervals; t devote special attention to our Natural Leaf o numerable patches of furze bushes (close- pathetic, to stand oyer a square block of To tho taste, moro acceptablo to, tho j brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you c fnrpast favori and asking for a continuation of a ly resembling KngHtsh furze, but btone, labelled l,12i; and then to look stomach, and moro truly bonoflcial in its j Respectfully yours. tJ (7) your trade, we remain c PKRK1NS. MARTIN clumps of palmetto in the low over thu hundreds of others, most of action, tbo famous California liquid fruit i jm jnvalcH between the Hand hills; and, for them marking unknown graves, as this remedy, Syrup of Fig, ia rapidly B n ' p all other. Try it. Out boltlo the rest, white sand, resembling drifted hud done, till and to think of the p snow, the whitest I ever saw. Thu glare buried hopes and hearts lying under the will proTQ itt moriU. 51 0 c Stanford, soon produce what is known as dumb sod; 1,551 in all, to date, lie in the would namo on a paokago of COFFEE U a For tale by A. It. Penny, guarantee of excellence. "snow blindness" In the Arctic regions. neat enclosure. About ten acres are P. 8yrup of Figi Only one of our party had green Hpectu-cleby a substantial wall; and thu and this dazzling glare was thu only place is thoroughly well kept. Tlio stars, Ia Nature'i own truo lazativo. It is the trial of the clay. and stripes are living from a tall moat easily taken, and the most etTcctivo LSS "n..wi-COFFEE Is kept In all a The sloop came to anchor 50 yards the centre. My friend was great- remody known to Cleanse tho System ii- stores from tho Atlantlo to the Pacific. t from land ami the little yawl transferred ly relieved to make this discovery and wbon Bilious orCostlvoj to dispel HeadF.lcg.int furniture, sharp razors and experienced B us to shore, by instalments. Then wo will semi mi appropriate monument to ache, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitworkmen make my Tonsorial Artist Rooms the p air cutting, across the island, here half ti mile murk the spot more tdttlngly than''l,li.D" ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, otc. foremost In this part of the State. .struck shaving and shampooing done In the latest and Hi wide, for thu blue waters of the tiulf. It can do. Tiu.i kinsman by marriage, who Manufactured only by the California Fig most improved style. My special attention will Is never good whon exposed to tho air. 1 to ladies and children. s was hot work, wading through the pah lies in this cemetery, is u grandson of the Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. Always buy this brand in hermetically 6 JKS3U J. THOMPSON, CO P Stanford, Ky, sealed ONE POUNP PACKAGES. mt'ttos, with u treacherous crust that guat John J. Crittenden and his name- For stile by A. H. Penny, Stanford. IS LOVE AND NOTHINC ELSE. vitAis: loiu). ...i.i "S , , ' - , , i ,,, :....' .... ,,, ,,,. "'" J ' ,,, LTTM3ER YARD! 1 -, l - 11 l.rtlet - - ,' ,' .... . B V . ,. IUW1IM .... Fenny & Horbsrt, 47-0fli- - I I mn-or.- il ' 11 n first-clai- s Sea-lui- health-givin- g e life-savin- g - Slieep-IIeatl- Lebanon Planing Sesen-bush- el Miu-ken- ( Suu-pere- I -- I w I llawkei-,Sunford- al I I toll-gat- t, Son-crse- FOE SAjLE. House and Land . hi-- e 1 hand-satch- ,irw pur-ditln- vr 77-t- f. .k .S'ul.Slcdt&i . ll s 11 ln-r- ' -' w ' A piar-itnti- tin-rin- I FLMISG J j ipiar-untitl- e; MrLLHTERrlT! tirst-clas- s NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. ballast-built- Sj-i- s j cer-wu- y; first-cla- ss e far-awa- y POWDER I s JACKSON HOUSE. . Absolutely Pure. o m First-clas- s To-da- y I ao;-t- f. Q D CD CO thorn-IcbS- ); upor-ladin- g o G CD CO s to-da- S ARBUCKLES' ARIOSA s, llag-Htalf- in -- 1 1 o o o D flrst-ola- ss COFFEE f.l Li qytaennM' iHMiwuM i .., , .wy8aycwta tarxvarm&jn nw n. i . gri; y ii, ,m m , ,.. " r ! 'Wfn ft F '" J - I " rect taxes levied and collected during being mote in accordance with the fiust spirit of the ago than with the principles the war. Thu bill providing tliat a reiidlng of of genural utility. Speed is thu ini qua MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. newBjiaper account shall not disqualify mm mid one might as well attempt to Stanford, Ky., Arim, 10. 1888 jurors in criminal cases has become a Those contemplating matrimony and paint and analyze theinetcor'sJlashas to law. of the flywho have not as much as Si to Invest in form an opinion of the joints A bill to charter the Danville and ing ipiaditipcds that flitted for a moment glad to learn W. P. WALTON, Lmcaster Railway Company has been the license to do so, will be on thu vision ami were gone. is intendeil to connect the that a bill has 'been presented in the presented. It What are you going to do about that House to reduce the feu to 50 cents. FixniMi that the legislature is deter- Louisville Southern and the K. C. Scottish order for back numbers? VeriMiss Olive Green and Ivory White Mr. Kigney called up House bill No. mined to stay in Frankfort till the last small compliment that the litit were wedded, in an Iowa town recently, ly is no n record in relating to public poor dollar is filched from thu treasury, tle uuasuiniiig Intkiiioii Joi UN i. should county. Reported with amend- - Rev. Mj. Mack performing the ceremo- be memoniiidtitned in and ordered from Gov. Hucknor has sent another message ny. Dollars to cents that the result will to the body emphasizing his former rec uiiMit, adopted and bill passed. the land of lliuco and Wallace, Scott and Louisville Times. be a little yeller. ommendations and sutrirestim: that a fort Capital. Douglasses, .lames R. Humum, the jiandsome Rums, the Stuarts and the lawyer Davison otl'ered a bill Satin- commission be empowered to make a thor- and all the mighty host who contributed of Madison, surprised oiigh overhauling of the books ami ae- - .day to repeal an act, entitled "An act to to Scotland's undying glory. Would it incor-- ( his friends by taking to himself a wife Instead of amend an act, entitled 'An act to counts of State ollicials. of Clark not bo well to equip thu R. M. with a in thu person of Miss Lula Gay, adopting the latter suggestion, which ponite the Huston ville and Coiley's Mill No one at his home wits awaru of his in- generous file of the paper and ship him . 1n.i,l I V of do was made with the honest desire O' Cakes" to preat once to the Thu legislature has been in Frank- tentions. ing tlio proper thing, the House by a sent its claims on n broader theatre than oteof '29 to 14 refused to do so. Thu fort 100 days at a cost of a good $1,000 a DEATH'S DOINGS. Pulaski? It is a "Miss" who addresses Louisville Times singles out one ass, day and they aro likely to stay there as him; then' might be money in it. We Mrs. Nellie C. Hill asks us to anwhich it said climbed a polo and made long as the money holds out to pay its Kd return with nounce the death of Mr. Dow Moore, would all be proud to see an exhibition of himself, but if any of thu members $5 a day. a wife a branch plucked from thu stately Mr. Hanks, of Anderson, is wasting eldest son of thu late Dick Moore, which gejicalogic tree of some ancient uristoe-rac44 is a greater ass than the other, thu enough to distin- time offering a bill to fix the punishment occurred recently near Grenola Kansas, Times alone is smart modesty prevented My for larceny in the sum of $A" or less, at a oferysipelas, after an illness of 12 days. guish it. line of not exceeding $100 or not exceed- He leaves a wife and four small children. an earlier acknowledgement of the kindThe House Committee has completed ing 20 lashes on the bare back. A major- Many loyhood friends will regret to hear ly complimentary notice accorded me in its consideration of the postal appropria- ity of the legislators will bo against it of his early death. the last issue of the sprightly little ColMr. Clayton Anderson, a brother of lege paper, The Comet. Nor would I tion bill, which aggregates $00,183,000 or for fear of putting their own backs in Col. Hall Anderson, died at the hitter's even now be able to advert to it were it nearly $0,000,000 more than lat year. jeopardy. home Thursday night of pneumonia, not that certain envious parties have inHy unanimous consent a new provision NEWS CONDENSED. aged about ."() years. 'Ho had Ihhmi liv- sinuated that the article is a covert sarof law authorizing allowance for third-clas- s oilices for rent, light and fuel and Thu Iong Brothers, chuir manufac- ing in the South and was on a visit when casm. I know the young lady (shu is placing them on a footing with first and turers, Louisvilleh ,avu failed for $50,000. he was taken ill. The remains were very young) who wrote It, and can testisecond-clas- s oilices in this regard, was In lew thau an hour Saturday the conveyed to Imcnster Friday and buried fy that she is too guileless to be Insinincorporated in the. bill and $050,007 ap- Senate passed 5'27 private K)iision bills. in the cemetery there. cere, too honest to niisrepicsent, too The family received a dispatch from kindly to give pain. am not Indifferent propriated for it. If it becomes a law, as Benjamin Rhodes, a farmer living there is all probability that it will, it will near Vine (irove, was foundmurderedin Abelene, Texas, Sunday, stating that J. to praise, but am peculiarly proud of It Collins Gentry had been attacked by when it wells up pine and sparkling carry joy to thu heart of our own Capt. his bed. Richards, as well us all other ostmus-ter- s At Campbellsville Charles Ramsey hemorrhage that morning and died very from the gushing affections of young of his grade, who haw to rent and shot and killed Rodeford Jeter, Jr., in a suddenly. As his health had recently hearts unhackneyed in life's distorted been much better than usual, the news ways, iincontaiiiinated b earth's poisonfurnish their oilices with all thu modem quarrel. improvements for thu government to The democratic State convention of was a great shock and his aged mother ed infiltrations. draw pay from. New York will be held in New York ' and brothers and sister, who have of LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. t late been "passing under the rod" of nv ,,, 'l.v ou deep It was with much surprise and - Chailes Piice has accepted u position -- William Roller, a brakeman, was run j aflliction by the death of numerous regret that we read in the last issue of relatives and friends. Mr. Gentry with Geo. I). Rurdett Co. thu Lebanon Enterprise, the valedictory over and killed in the South UuisvilleJ was a warm hearted, generous and Rider II. II. Sheaiin. of 1'arksville, Hi yards of the L. it X. nf ntir mirul fri.Miil. Mnnmn T. Consul to truo gentleman, who had scores of preached at Fairview Sunday. -Thomas C. Jones, eoes to niiBvlir.. to nmctlcu law ami - An infant of Dave Collier, a section friends here, who will Mirrow at his unwhile we rejoice with him on his splen- Fnnchid, will arrive at .New York this timely demise and sympathize deeply 1m)s.s on the K. ('., who lives at Gilbert's did prospects, wo are exceedingly loth to week on a visit home. with those more nearly atllicted. His Creek, died Sunday morning. (Jeorge Hughes its run over by a part with him in a profession which he wife, who was ;Miss Belle Shumate, of Miss and Mrs. A. G. so handsomely adorns. The wish may freight twin at Greenwood while in a Garrard, with several children, survives Co and IC. D. Piishop'madeu iMiing bo father to the thought, but wo yet ex- drunken sleep and killed. him and sutler thu loss of a loving hus- partv to Klnir's Mill Fridav. They re- The first train from Harrodsburg to pect to see him filling a position in it band and father. turned Sunday, having had a pleasant witii the credit that has always ehar.ic-- 1 Lawrenccburg,'ovor the LouisvilleSouthtime and caught plcntyof lish. CHURCH AFFAIRS. terizedhim. Mr. J. R. Abell takes l,jrt em, was run on inursoay. - II. C. Kand'uian showed uie a biief nbra on the Kntcrnrise. which we lioiiul -- The year's receipts at the Danville! which had been copied foi him by Miss Rider Carroll Kendrick will preach expostofhee were :rr,.0o.N, slightly in lie will be Abell to till. riter, which is nt Rush llnuwli next Sniuliiv nt n F.lln Watson, on a tym-Advocate. cess of any previous year. not only handsome but is without a miso'clock. It is stated that John Muir, general Tiik president, while horseback riding Dr. Kendrick preached at How land take or crnr of any kind. It Is a lvunti-fil- l Friday, jump- manager of thu Chesapeake and Ohio last night with Secretary Fairchild piece of work. and will preach there ed down and at thu risk of his own life, road, will retire from that position Mny The war dogs are howling and the and Wednesday night and on Thursday grabbed thu bridlo of a horse which was Mnight at the Christian church here. proud bird of liberty is screaming in Jessamine county will vote on the running awav with Mrs. Marie Wright, "Christian Cnion" will be the subject of Ijincaster. The dry goods men are u newspaper" correspondent, and saved j Ml" "1" the proposition to subscribe spreading themselves. A dollar will buy - his sermon here. Dr. Kendrick is warmher from probable death. Grover is as Ul30,000 to the capital stock of the Lou- ly greeted here by his old friends w ho more in that Hue here now than two will lSJVlUC Southern. trtiUniit- n - n " imir iln'W a HU'nril rir n It is war to the death anil no elsewhere. The Canadian Parliament by a vote knew him 50 years ago, and his services saved a female neck, but he won't gain merev shown. is are always largely attended. He anv votes in this section by his Friday's of l'M to (57 defeated the resolution faW. S. Miller, Joel Walker, J. II. to instrumental music and in defvoring unrestricted reciprocity between exploit. Mrs. Marie was here not long erence to his feelings the organ is not Woodcock, Dick Huriiside and Scott ago, and talked about i.'5 persons into the diked States ami Canada. Pitichiiuan, Ks have gone to Harbour- A mortgage was filed at Ilarrisburg, used when he officiates. tukhiL' the Siinnv South, each one of ville on a fishing spree. No wonder ' whom will seriously regret that her I'ti .v the Philadelphia and Heading FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. times arc hard in the country. Theie horse was not permitted to finish the job Railroad Company and the IteadingCoul too many men idle. What we net'd is a It is estimated the Kentucky trotting and Iron Coinbany for 5100,000,000. so well begun. law coinH'lling men to work more ami A train on the Milwaukee ami M. horse breeders have Mild over Sl'.OOO.OOO play less. llnv I II TWuf L'V nf U.irKrHirflllo Haul road plunged through a bridge into worth of stock the past year. Misses Mary and Mattie Wihnorc.of Hedd it llrother have recently puris announced as a candidate for Judge of a creek near New Hamilton, la., and a Nicholasville, are visiting Mrs. John K. Disof the new Connnon Fleas Court dozen or more persons lost their lives by chased 400 lambs at $4 per head for '.'00, Storms. F. C. Hopper, of Covington, is Whitley, drowning and otherwise. and $5,121 per head for the other trict, composed of up to see his mother this week. Col. .1. Prophet Frnzer was hanged in Watei-borGazette. Knox, Bell, Harlan, Ferry and Leslie. K, Faulkner spent Sunday in Lineastur. -- Mr. W. K. Waits sold Monday at S. C, for the murder of his wife, Judge Tinsley is one of the best all W. G. Dunlup was up from Frankfort ou around men we know of, a lino lawyer whose body lie burned after committing Paris 15 calves at S10 per head; '24 e Sunday. He says it looks like the cattle at i"2. per head and I!0 and a splendid gentleman, and his party thu deed. He is now singing Psalms with will go on forex 1. Capt. '1'. S. cattle at S4:S.10 per should give him the nomination without I the angels in heaven, if his last words Flkin'was In town yestenlay. Clipper. contest. Of course no democrat could be are to be believed. picked up the following expense - The one hundredth anniversary of It. P. McConl bought of Jas. Smitl , elected in such a district, and since he account, dropped by a Luicutiiirian: could not, thu section is to bo congratu- - the lirst settlement of Ohio and the a nice bunch of yearling calves ut 21 for one dav's fishing in Dixl lated that so capable a gentleman of the G rent West was celebrated at Marietta each. Louis Gilbert, of this county, has Kxoeiises Horse and buggy 52.50; toll 20.-- ; opposing party aspires to the ollice. in magnificent form. John W. Daniels a ewe ten years old which has given river and cm 25 its.; box sardine 20 other distinguished orators furnish. biith to i impairs of lambs and raised cheese cts.; bottle pickles 15 els.; 2 pounds baJiiK.KJ.uKso.v.ofthe C. S. Circuit wl thl. ,.1,1,, lllllH!l.. Richmond Reg the whole number, IS. con 25 its.; 2 loaves bread 10 its.; cipirs Court, to whom an appeal was taken by At j..xjllKt,, a e).n,, Tom Walsh, ister. 50 cts.; snake medicine 51; minnows 50e; Virginia authorities from the ., t.x.,.,mvit;t, cut the throat I.eroy the West The large barn of Matt. Howard, in 52.50; lost hat St; decision of Judge Harr, in the IIath-lSmitIli wh5t,,f whom w mrusc.(l f 0nii Hourbon, was struck by lightning and damage to clothes habeas corpus cases, affirmed that decis-- , tRl c.auH, o( ,lis j,oin, to tj1L, ,R.niten-io- u burned to the ground. Twenty horses' d ly's work ?2; total $1:5.15. Credit by in Imisvillo Friday ami a further m.y He was afterwards and two line stallions, SO sheep and his lisheruiun's luck. m..,1K.(l. appeal was taken to the Supreme Couit. ptured in Frankfort. lambs, a lot of hogs and several cows, DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Gov. Wilson is determined.to make all lof, Hogan dropped from a balloon perished. Lo.s about 520,000; no insurMr. J. D. Mock returned last week the capital he win out of thu business, tho i,ejKlt f j0iooo feet in a para-b- ance. thu end will see the Hatllclds still (.m(e llt jackPO;, Mich., and reached the Squire J. S. Murphy conveys the. from Kansas City, where he has been for . . 1... All ...III us, or iiiiui 11 wiui iiuey nuw ..! u.i. I. ..I' eai th safely in 41 minutes. Tho para-- ) pleasant information that the peaches, six months. Win. Perkins, a colored boy, was tercirawiorineirmuruerous crimes. ...ute refused to oncn at rst., and fori apples and other fruits are safe to dale 500 feet he decended like a rock. is that we shall hiic a tiled and convicted iu the police court and the prospect It begins to look like the engineers' Explorers who have prospected full crop of all. On the other hand he Thursday for selling whisky. on tho Hurlington'has signally strike Jim Gaines, who was to have been ili4.tintitli unt'u tin. rnnil iu rmi. Lower California carefully, statu that says that fully 25 per cent, of the wheat f.illiiil ' V gold can be found in large quantities is gone and what is left is not looking tried this, Monday, morning for selling ling all its tnuns without tho least troub- - 7 whisky, is reported among thu missing. from near the boundary line down to well. le and is doing a h,.Ve freight business, the huge number of excel- . A. II. Hampton, Jr., bought of MIvit, iron and ore are About 50 of the old engineers and lire-- 1 S;' ii'"tiM. lent poitraits of people iu this vicinity 1m Siniins, of Jessamine county.n fine young inliro. "' " " men have returned to work and it is be- tails, Minn., Jack for 5750. A larger area of sod land p'ainted by Major Clink, nf Lexington, no return.' -- Albert Dodge, of lieved that n.unv more will better specimen of art can be named beR'1,""1l ul"1 toM hm is being broken this spring than ever '""""I0 cm Strikes don't seem to ,mv anybody. wife they ought to go to heaven at once. fore iu the history of the county and than the poi trait of Nancy C, the little logic, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. JPh.kGiiesham's presidential aspira- When he attempted to shoot her, she mote tobacco, hemp, coin, etc., will be who died somo mouths ago. J. ItC. is an cblack eye by grasped his wrist and turned the revolv- put in than any year since the time tions have received a very whence the mind of man runneth not to cellent likeness and of priceless value to his own home, New Albany, goingnguinst er, the bullet entering his own brain. the parents. Winchester I)eiuora,t. Chaska, the Indian who recently thu contrary. him, and his boom may bo said to have Mr. G.T. Helm, of Junction fit , Mit-Fellows, the school collapsed. He is too decent a man- lor wedded HUST0NVILLE. who has lieretolore done some splendid republicans, who seem to teaehei, has received a telegnun offering the Indiana John D. Carpenter wusnisiln in town detective work, this morning airested nrefur the blood v shirt screeeher, liar- - him and his bride 55,000 for a 10 weeks'! Win. Itowsev. a vouth of 15 years, for Sen-engagement with a dime museum. Mrs. Saturday risoii, whom Turpie downed for the (Duck) and wife, at driving spiKes not ween ine snies 01 raps Chaska indignantly ejected the offer. Mr. Terhuno ate last year. -- J. II. Howe, of Fort Collins, Col., Morelaud, aro both very low with con- on the Cincinnati Southern railway in . suggested pi n..ny( J.SonxSMni. m such a way as would eeitainly have w,fo n sumption. from ()uarters as the best man ti succeed L. J. XmM mA tmi whh JiJh , tow 11, thrown the lirst train that pis.-e- d )rv A child of John Iturton, near Hronston as Conunonwealt 1. s Attorney the track. Ilowscy is iu Jail. xhtmt mm iw Tlu was buried at the cemetery Sunday. ,,, ,() t,K, 8trout in the Lex.ngton distr.ct. If the voters muu M Krestcen McGiuth, daughter of Fane, ft,w L. C. Alcorn and "Ilessie" were heio year-old there aie of tho san.u opinion as to Ins U ny Graves, who was shot by a ,n Um m umr Sunday on a farewell visit to m fitnessand ability that his ..ends on the thj townriUv ,,riIt0 U1H HwIllB,11K fpum colored boy named iliiey, last Thursto their removal to Greensburg, "'l limb( t0 wlich a ,nol) of L.0;) ha,i iioisted where they expect to reside. outside are, the 'limes lalcon will day, seems to sillier no paiticular inconvenience from the bullet which entered to easy victory. withtheircon-Holidiitehim. Cook & Weatherford, n Congress is wrestling with and grocery business, her head just over the left eye. Shu says' drug What is the usu of discussing whether schemo to taku from the public have made a grand improvement in tho the boy had been firing iispistol nil evenprinters' boycott is rained or not, the ing and that when she told him to beappearance of tho old corner stand. can come out treasury between $17,000,000 and when the Courier-Journhave himself ho pointed tho pistol at her will estalish and precedent Saturday was horso show day and number as it did Sunday, in a which will probably result in hiking line exhibit of animals was presented, and shot her. Thu boy, who is tho son just teeming with advertisements? The of u Presbyterian preacher, claims that greatest paper in tho country is going between $70,000,000 and $80,000,000 more.- chiefly Lincoln and Uoylo stock. Tho the shooting was accidental. It is under theguise of refunding the di- mode of exhibition strikes an outsider aa thrive, no matter who sets its types. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal LEGISALTIVE DCHNGS. Special Announcement. Having consolidated our business of DRUGS and GROCERIES, we aro now prepared to furnish the West End with the purest Drugs to be obtained, also Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stationary, Tobacco, Cigars and a full lino of Family Grocorios and Supplies always on hand. Produce of all kinds is as good as cash. Proscriptions filled at all hours by a competont pharmacist. J I Lin-coi- j WEATIIttRFOKD & COOK, lIiiMtoiivlllc, Ky. i 'I,,-..U.,- "I-iin- d The following list of Roods, suitable for this time of year, and buy them of me and get the best: CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. y. well-know- n 1 California Peaches, " Pears, " Apricots, Raspberries, Grated Pineapple, Sliced Pineapple, Early Juno Peas, Lima Beans, Pie Peaches, Corn, i j Tomatoes, Oysters, Salmon, Evap. Peaches, " Apricots, Dried Peaches, Turkish Prunes, Cooking Figs, Minco Meat, Apple Butter, Preserves, Mackerel in Buckets, Cod Fish, White Fish, Oal. " Hominy, Sardines, Chipped Beef, Corned Beef, Deviled Ham. Dried Beans, Bulk Pickles, Bottle Pickles, Catsup, Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. j f!i-if- f. , "! MY STOCK OF STAPLE GROCERIES HLWHYS FULL. t --- S-ott- , F.ni-m- a NEW lOHK & NKKB HUSH IOTATOKN, Comprising Ivirly Rose, Hc.tuty of I Icbron, Peerless and Burbank. WHITE VEIXOW OHTXONT SETS. BTJXK AXTD FAFEB CAKDEIT SE2IDS. SHOULD BUS AND - Highest Market Price Paid For I op-pos- HAMS, SIDES, JOWLS. -- IKHKtGSPIMWS (DSWEkMi) HOrABOMj In j Paper Boxes, IS THE BEST NTH EWORLD. JUST TRY IT. I ton o, OaT Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.-KB- o two-year-o- legis-latur- MARK HARDIN, Clerk. head.-Mid- way I PLEASE OBSERVE ,! 11 M'ROBERTSSTAGG A FUILIL Of d ,, aSETMMT j 't ; ut - I n-ii- . ... WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. f . i j A "' .,,,?., b-v s I GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. ' -' j - r- 1 I . ,- - All 1 "tell&teikr f -- . ( -- fiiend-','pn-vio- 1 1 -- us d there-publica- $18,-000,00- 0, WALIi TAPER and FTJHlTITTniE. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. al 11 11 to B. K. WEARENTo . miiUL.-."VMJ- ,1 X A W" JJtLl f,- -, iin.Vii uminwt ,,J.i i' iu)l.. -- Li 'Tin n 1 w fin 'tmk Jr ,. jjtuaiiVi.n'r ...4 tiNffe '"a j. i ..,. h.pu...." r.m,j.fynar f ,,.,. - ,f. , '' ,. r I li t thin. Jl'ff i if ijC . iiwft- - n,r ,,: Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal ic.c. WALTON, Stankoiid Kv., BuaManaer Anuii 10, 1888 Mm. R. K. Harhow asks uh to nay Hint! Tiik Unptist cliurch at Mlddlchurg wan tl 10 public can fish in his pond at will struck by lightning Tliurwday night and entirely consumed. KitEHii KJkIi Wednesday anil Saturday. during the month of April. t S. S. Myers. ?kw lot of everything in the spring boy at A. W. Tiiehr is a black-heade- d m " Jnt received at .S. II. .Shanks', Ot'it stock of spring goods are arriving Carpenter's since Sunday night, but wo j Call in and examine, them. promised not to nay anything about it. and will lie opened and Diamonh DvRrt at A. A. Warrcn'ri model grocery. TIIK NF.W GROCKKV AND HAKDWARK HOUSK OK I Kls So Bo Publluhod Evory Tuosday and Friday S Sinck the article about the election j Cm, I, and examine our elegant line of now spring dress goods, consisting of was written numerous other Richards ufytin thatseJ'Hti $a60 all wools, wool and cotton, American have shied their castors intothe marshal among them Pete Hampton, Bright I and Ficnch sateens, Ac, est. Owsley A L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Kerrell anil so vend others. Craig. i Mail train Horn Nottl Jojpm Cumk C.m.i.. -- Miss Itoxle Barnes took Soitiikhn papers received speak in the South Ijipm I pre .. 114 P'n 1111 overdose of morphine by mistake on highest terms of thu Bock Bund Concert train" Soull jo am North l M "i Friday night and came near losing her Co., which will appear at Walton's Op' North leal freight South 6 jj t " life, but was dually aroused from the stu- - em House next Friday night. It is goThe utter train jl-- curry pas.enger ing to be well worth anybody's money. Sol.u por by the hard work of her physician. The abnire ii calculated on standard lime. not -- ojiaiil will lie j 1 o l'JOIt YJOAU,IN'ADVANCIC . . It was raining hard all day yesterday Tin: Christian church people- met two weeks of unusually line weath-urday and engaged W. (J. Haney to build KioiiTY-roishares of stock in the C. l room 0. it Danville Turnpike Co. were bought er. It looks almost liko May time now the baptistry and extension at once. in this favored locality. by (5co. McAlister ut$3.l. Owsley A Craig. Sat-aft1 .Sunday-schoo- to-da- y IIUSTONYILaLE, KY. Would kindly aUk your attention to the fact that he ha TUCKEE 3 jnt stock of er frh and wel.elected returned from the rltle with a larxe, In dainty in quality and My aim hall lie at Jmoi: Momtow tells us that the third all endle tovariety, every Kantln my line tatiifactory Inolprice; thl guarantee I'OCKKT CU'l I.KRV .My Mock time upply HAKDW'AKF. and trial of Wallace Caipenter, charged with cnnnt nf the ttandjrd hrand of Kurope and America handle the celehraled l.eungtou I'atent and Woodenware, and the murder of ins father, Adam Carpen-rin- Flour Tin, Stone Ilclicving I can makeand a complete line ufnk igarhare of lolucco, Waon Farmlns Implement, &. u it to your interet your patronage Renpectfully, J II TUCKF.R. in tins county, has been set forTues- ter, day, May 1st, at Somerset. I I g, I t.mc 11 ahout to miiiutct faster. K.C. 'I LOCAL TIME CARD. dp in. rain leave Rowland at 710 am and return MEANS BUSINESS. Tin: taxes of the coons and others were paid by those interested in the election of the winning ticket to the amount ol, at as they could not vote until they weie paid. Tliis is one good that always results fiom the town election. g Wn.i, Oi'K.v. Bresident W. T. Grant of the ('nib Orchard Springs, says that that favorite resort will be opened and ion a still larger scale than usual, thissca- H)ii, and that all repoits to the contniry are false. m ?" Smnvi'H Worn Vliioh TJociv.mI UDiRUO-Q-IS- T here Saturday. It purported tube parts f 1,119 16 of the skeleton of a giant, who was L'8 T. I). N'cwUml, Collector S M. Owen, O'olltclur 7i 19 :i,(XK) pounds, but Mr. (I. feet tall and weighed l.ktnftv tuiflered promiscuously. 3)9.30 DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, some who saw it say it was only a clever I'llie 195 75 Mas. B.K. W i:iirv is visiting In Kirks J. Crow lost a part of the chimney of ids Ilond work in Blaster of Paris. ioo.co residence, an was unroofed Mile. FANCY ARTICLES, &C. I)1vkIiiii1 icj jo Mn. Umiiioi: Mi Antrim has gone to and others of his neighbors weie as tin I . (or l.ouisvillu mid Cin- - Pavcimnu. r,- -t i.i:m: accurately c uripounJed. I'hydciau springtleld, Mo. Source fortunate. einnati to lay in my stock of spring and MissMutv Vxiimin is visiting relaele-$j,?4S-Tin: stnliiiiiiit nf tin' liniiiii'ial ivimli summer milliner. I will have an ' tives in Millcrshurg. l,H,k (,f 'Vrytlmig in my line and Ainmint i.t,ur,cl "" $J.l8-Jlion of the town given bv Treasurer W. Mas. M rr WiMiiiMis is visiting at her ,1'" ,"'1" to 64.85 THE LARGEST ' "",l iiu'. Amount , TrC1,.ry .. STOCK OF WATCHES, M. Bright in another column, shows the ilHk "" father's in tli iiintry. Will let my patrons know lateras to date fllll( retiring boanl has handled the $3,145.30 JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. CLOCKS, Mas. Mmi W. Bowmw and llonue my summer opening. Mrs. Ktttu Dud- w M IIRU.HT, Ircamrcr both and eredital.lv. Kver drought to thl market have returned to lxington. Price lower than umiMiMered ' to sell ,trl the louett. W.itche, CI01 k and Jewelr) He. MixsKiTi: Kiini.iv, of Boyle, is the though they were it,(KXJ woith of bunds if necessaiy, they paired on hort notice and warranted. mm i: they have gotten $1,(KX) from1 RAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP, guest of Mrs. (ieo. II. Bruce. only dipoed of tutinf $100 each, leav- - iiipior licenses, Somerset is putting on e .1. W. IIik'Kiui, of the Csiiu:a ing the ImiiuIisI indebtedness of the town airs with a vengeance. Fiom the He ll.nini; Imuuht I. M I.aslcv'c ncalen and hlocks National, was lien1 at $2,'M) and $H.n") in the treasury. porter we learn that at a meeting of the i,h mymea,1 lu'mcXr Mils. M. M Dwntss and Mrs. Mattlc council II chief of police and tWO tlejlll- - thcplicc, under V.m.rdalc store room I'rewitt went to lulswlle ctcida. w r hamsky Xmviiooiis, Fun Tim: Tnofv.Mis. 5 tf ties were ajipoiiited, with Ktlaries of . . Mas. K m: DritmiiMt left yesterday The linn of S. 1.. Bower & SCri);) and fees, ?IM) and $lh0 respectivel.bW. V inCf'J',.MAN, for the cities to lmy her summer mil Co., of this place, opened an immense ' SUR(roN DI.NMST, Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, ly. The latter gets besides extra pay foi Iniery. stock of giMids in Lmcaster, Ky., Thiirs- - night watch service. The mayor will KFNTI CKV. STANrORD, Mas. F. .1. Coii'iiki.i., Miss Nauneile ,tn. f ,,j Nm.L. the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over They arc livcbusiness-an- get $100 a year, the clerk Slot), the street OfTiue oulh .Ide Mam, two door above Depot St. St. Clair.- left Friday for Bock Castle ,,," and will make things hot in their , commissioner Sl.o() a day and the attor-springs. lint. They have ju-- t opened out in about JoOO. II. A. EVANS, A. 13., A. M. Mn. Swi M.Owkns continues .mite ill ,u.u double store, on opM.sit,. side .It ii.i:T. 'A. Moitiiow asks us to state! acting jailer in and W. II. Mershon is Analytical Chemist, t,,.jrld stand, in Stanford, where Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better Ids stead. they an- carrying an immense st.s'k and that the time of holding the Wayne. - - - - KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, .1. M. Cook, deputy Internal Bevenue will Is- plea-e- d grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the to meet all their oW ens- - H ism'II and Casey circuit courts have Make a pecialty of coal, mineral water and been changed 1)V a rCCOlIt act of the Ieg- collector, went to Blchmoiul yesterday to turners and friends. . mineral anahi AnaUtical work of any kind Send trade. Come and see our goods before making ycur selections. islature and the spring terms of said for a circular see his chief. 13 Orch-ai- d Foil a number of ycaix the Crab iMiirtrt will he held as follows; Wayne, Mas. (5. B. C.sH'int and children reYou will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. A B.inville Turnpike Company has 1st Monday in Mav, Bus-e- ll :5d Monday. EDWARD H. FOX, turned from a visit to her pireiits in elected a directory by the aid of the) j,, Mav and Casey 1st Monday in June, , Hiistonville, yesterday. .1 ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, Mil. J. W. S i.i.r.K, of this county, has State's proxy, which represents 1,012 Ml processes, bail bonds, atniclunents UAXVIhhK, I V. been apointed general agent of the Wal- shares, held by one of their number. At and suptfiias for witnesses, etc., are re-- 1 MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. an election Saturday Mr. (i. A. I.ackcv, turuable to the term as now IKed and ter A. W.hsI machines. Mas. (Nik llrrr.MW and Mrs. W. B. wlio holds the proxy tinted in l.ss'J ami no new pi occss or order will be necessa llamnvcd to hi decant new buildinc onnonte ever the pontolhce better ry to make them stand for trial at that accommodate and i puhhc than line prepared to Walton have returned from avNittoMrs. pronounced good by the Attorney the ith picture from A until revoked, voted for the follow term. life sue. Malefaction guaranteed. photograph to Hannah Boteet, at llarrodsburg. Mas. W. .1. Si'MtKs went to l.ouisille ing Itoard, which is the old one with the Tin: Till Family, the most remarkable O. W. METOALP. JR , jesturd.ty to attend the bedside of hci exception that he substituted Mr. Bright musicians of the day, will be here next VK ATV , for himself. J. W. (iuest.J. S. Bosley, siter, Mrs. I.. H. Jones, who is quite ill. Friday night, when they will give an ex ATTY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. - T. C. Colley, T. M. Bennington, J. II. S. I). (liHii 11. agent for Snell V Mowhibition of their wonderful talents. They JJA.UJIOmtVIL.L.IC, 1CV. Jnlm Bright. A majority lan.rsnuiM'n.St. buds, is hciv to make miisicout of anything, from a boot-- 1 ,,f l1"' who claim stockholders, yass for thent and we hope tl.oM. in need jack to a lot of rocks, and their enter Will pr.utuc in any court In Uatcrn Kentucky hw ihIhiiiiiiiiikwI and ' "' Any ..f fruit tre.-- will give him a show. t ainment is one of the most unique and Kxainnintiun. of land title made apetulty v,,,Nl f,,r ,,,,,f,,, . . lie trull of timber, oil and mineral lands for . MMniivmo.Kv.,!"wlN-',,rMil. K.S. lioon.of pleasing imaginable, lhev have given lair. Inform.. turniihtd on any point and cor . ' M. McAlister, who is to be i ".-is h, town looking up a busine-- s I.mV over L',000 concerts in Kurope and Amer respondence solicited McAlister, T. C. tiun. He will build a stre house and lr'sident; ica and on January ll)ti last pel formed mntrrw wW- - " MilU'r. PROPERTY FOR SALE. nt Beecher's Blymouth Church to an '"'"' '''in Bright, ami though Mr. Miller, incuse audience of highly delightful pco-Messenger ,,,l,,aw " "" Mn. W. H.llii.oiNs.and Miss a.iiUpie. Don't miss the chance toliearsome ' ' linvaiely the pr."P'y on Da... llle street, otcupicd by W I. Wither. Ihc lot , 1 .11.1111 s.o.Ki.o.,.er ... e.e.t tllle VI Kill Al.nrnntt.med fniiii Kansas Citwcs. H'iimi IllUsIC, but melody extracted contain about Jl acre and the improcnieuti.ire dwcll.nK of room, a cistern, net. .... itv t..i,...mi.l.iM Hmt tl.i.v H..I.. their director, claimed theii election, from .... novel besides. All- - a frame oll,imlldin.' 7and an orchard itablc, front-The vlry .ee. Sinking Fund v .'..'. .I..! c .ie .. V .1.1..! , .. r . .uiU...oa. II l.l - l. ... I l.,,.i,.l nf Mm Park u.is imhI- - Tl"' u,kas usual. Uesei veil seats at .M- i- aisei. i....t.n. " " Cuinmlssiouers, who will decide which mission kill lilt,' aii'i . niu.cii luv I'K'i'vi.i ... .. . .i.'.u v. ' V SI UK RUT. pniied till Saturdaj and they ai rived in .V Stagg's. Huberts in parcels Call on ticket has tlie legal light to manage the At armer National Hank M tune to lie preM'iit. elect ion for cit v councilinen Sat-- 1 Tn i: road. Mn. II. (!. BiimiiT, of Springlield, Mo., LOUIS SOHLEGEL, urday got pretty warm towards evening. airived in time to testify in the Bank Anrni: a trial, which lasted live days, Theie was some attempt to ring in the, Will keep constantly on hand a largo and 3elect line of Furniture and is Mill the noted case of the First National Bank suit, lie is looking whisky question, though the antis made andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods much pleased with his location and ofStanfoid against Levi Hubble, ..., but little light. The result was the over- -' IvICIIMOXJJ,. - K.Y. His little son, Andiew Whitley, was given to the iury Saturday after- can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conwhisky wheluihig selection of a .. I'holograpc inal stj e and ne. Cicturci in and little Burton, son of .1. II Hucker, noon, wlien after a short letiiement a ticket, With bl.t OIK' exception. Ihll Imlu deW.uer Color. New vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. came with him. verdict was hiought in for Mr. Hubble. can cut no figure, how ever, so long as and Mat. t very tow prices. kiB, Amono the names of the IU' sweet gn chis is the second trial of the case, the the prohibition law prevails, and it must yM graduates published in tlie Harnidshuiv' n,t jury standing 11 to in Ids favor. until thu legislature repeals it or author-- ' who will take the honors of i(. .vus'rvutly rejoiced and went around Democrat resubmission of the question to a & Di5LTr2TS Daughters College in theineiry iiioutli Hmkiiijr IkiihU with his'fiiends hxiking ics of tlie people. Mr. Miller, one of (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) vote DEAIEK1 IS of June, are those of Misses I.ucy Tate us w,y as the days are long. Tlie suit, the new board, tells us that he will at- I'AVOIUTE LINK IIETWr KN HE NOR lit AND SOUTH and Anne llartwell Shanks, of Stanford, jt w jj i,M leineiitbercd, was to force the tempt to secure the one or the other, , and Miss Nancy W. Bnglaud, of Win-- j,.iyineiit by ldiu of notes to the bank fur enitidcnt that a majoiity of tlie voters LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' ROWLAND, KV, Chester. the purchase of tlie mill property by It. HDL KS. IN .5 now against tin law, but at thosain stock of Men's and Hoys' opened a new Have Du. W. B. Aiimkmii, the dentist, hasi'r, Mattiugly with him us senility. The aie he says that so long as it is 011 the Cloth. jnt Hats Caps, Hoot, Shoes, Dry Goods, us, time and Family Urocer.es Also dealer in Through Garsto New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. Notion left for Crab Orcbaid, wheie he will lo- - ease was very ably aigued by John S. statute books, he shall urge a rigid en- t.ial Country produce taken in exchange for cate and icsiime tlie practice of Ids pm- - ViiiiWiukle and M. C. Sautley for the forcement of it. Following urn the names good at highest market price Come one, emu THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. all, and team the adantai;ci in trade. fession. lie has established a line liui-- ltnk antl liy ). II. Waddle and Hubert 01 lie cauiiiuaies lor coiincimien auiiiue TUKTKXASsJIIORT I. IN I'J. liuss and made an enviable repiitittiou in jal, ing for Mr. Hubble, the four number of votes each received: The jRj R Owensboro, and his departure is looked Hpeeclics alone occupying two days. . It llrst seven will constitute the new board upon with genuine regret. l iwcusboioi js elaimed that the jury ageed befou and will we think make a good one: V. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 1, 188S. STANFORD, KY., liiqtiiier. hand to let tlie majoiity tlud the veidiet, II. Burnside H'., I). W. Vandiveer l.'C, PROPRIETOR. IJKADUOW'.V. which was done, while jt was really I A.T. N'unnelley Bid, J. O. Carpenter E. H. BURNSIDE, LOCAL LORE. N s St Vjll R IKAIN.s NORTH vided 7 for Hubble and ." for the I) ink. 11(1, W. II. Miller lis, J. W. llayden ll'J, N.. No, s. No. i. o. 4. N. No j. No. j. Hotel still maintains I'ln old ind W. 11. Higins'. STATIONS. On tliisgrouiidunilothcrs, an application I. M. Bruce lb'., Wm. D.iugherty IIiiiiiCw.miI No. J :!, J. Uaily. . dctcrinin. D Daily. Dol) its high reputation, and its Proprietor Daily Ex. Sun. Daily. Daily for a new trial was made, which on being N. Menefeu .')(, M. D. FIniore 1(1, W. F. ed that it hnll he e hi J to no country Hotel in St:i:i Sweet BotatoeshyT.lt. Walton deniud, tlie ease it is said will go to the o 11 pm in jj S co p m 7 55 a m .. .Cinciiiimii Ill 'r 8 7 a in 4 o i p in 40 UtlinseV !', John J. McBoberthL'- -, (ieo. D. the State in its Vre, Appointments, or Atlen . . nt . ve s a m 3Jpi" 95111111 In icgard to Hie nut- - WeillVllliO. Ill justice to tlie two latter it "" to 10 (JeorcloM m Mrs. Fannie Couit of Appeals. .... 7 H in Jts. ll.SKsie conveyed """ and 10 yt.a mi J47Ptn 109 05 p m 10 15a m ,Vllliamtimn ty 7 ti p in 37 Toe buggy for sale. .IikinKhin. 4 Illlll 15 pm 7 ri 7 33 pm 11 pin Jority venlict there is a diH'ereiue ol may Is, said thai their names were plac- Dunn. Nlchul.lat ill. p HjXpm t im pm ti 11 pm i lia in 3 10 p "J? though all a.l- - ed 011 without being on any of the tickets j is a in J a di opinion among the jurors, J urn lion Cit is pm 9 10 11.11,1230.1 of our .spring .Somerset . 05 a m jo p ni os a ni u o p in Book out for tliu date i a .ljpni mit tliat 011 me ursi oanoi toe ote was whicli were supposed to favor Charley a ni tiakdalc . m, j if p in JS PUS.!' Ojopnii 5 jj Opening in Friday's issue. Cuuits a in t.'t 7 820:1m Ar'. Chattanoouj . Ar'v o 10 p m 9 on n m lompue (( v Samuels or Joint New land for marshal.1 p 8 spa m ouopm l,'e. CtiattiHooftA.. gox. . p hi .. Attnll.i... .. Ar' Tlie several Commonwealth cases set Tlie board will likuly elect the former, lupm 11 3 pm 3 jo n p in l.'vc. Ilirmiiclnm. 345pm . m .. . .... o o ip m u 43.1111 40 a Don't forget, you who want photo- for yesterday were not leady and all who will appoint I.. M. Lisley as depuCo., I'hila- l.'v; ijijOic 0ini Ar's ...Meridiaii 15pm 410.1 One ' graphs, that J. I.. Mhlegel will be here were continued till next term. ty, who will draw the fees of tlie ollice, p .l.'se 4aim jO am Ar's .Nw llrlean 631am 9 ia o pin .Ar's chicken thief to the penitentiaiy tor two Mr. basley being ineligible to the place 510am l.'sr. ...Meridian..... ,.Ar's next Tuesday. u 15 pin Jacksnu, 904.1m l.'sc. It h an old ..ml thoroughly rcliahle, conscrv.itlu yearn is the only conviction to that insti- by reason of not having been a citien a 410pm loan. lke...,VicksBiirt;. company, now In t list vc.tr with i,5oo,uon a n. .Monro. ... i la p m'l.'tc A'. T. Ni'xxr.u.uv will be in tlie wool tution. Its r.itus nre aa j.joo.ooo mtrplus year. Newland has made a good otlicer asset and old r It ,..., 815pm Ar'v.,..Shreeport. and reliable company, with dh. low .is .my trade this year and pay the highest cash The case of J. M. Wray for SJ.WX) dam- and we dislike to see. liiin go, but , , dends uus.iriiasscd. u reputation for fair dealing N. II. TrainNo. 9 lease Oakdale at6 05, A M, and arritcslu Cliatlanoaa at .j y , price for it. liy none and (ilana to suit ages against thu Stanford it Hiistonville can make as good, if not a better one LXiillcdcall the attention of tiuincs ccr)lody. Chattanooj;aat4 co, I'. M and ainvesat Oakdale at 7 Jj. men to it Would accident to himself, if he tries, and wo believe he w ill do so. new endowment, accumulated nurplus and 6 per Mann HoiiiIoht HurTet Sleeping Cara on all trains. Oi'it entire stock of caipets.wall paper, Turnpike for an II COI.I.HK N, t.an'J I'n. .V !'.. pian 01 (joiicic. W. JOHN C.OAUI.T, General Manager, which he claims was caused by a bad Judge W, It. Carson was with- cent rK.iarjnireu hhiuson the same rate us men. nVoi.ic.i insured window shades, lacu cuitiiw, euituiu R. CARICOI.I,, (iencral Superintendent. JOHN K. KAUI.KNEUj Owsley Ai construction of the ioad,is on trial as we out opposition for police judge and relluildlDg, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, Oeneral Office, St. I'aul poles, Ac, is now complete. DistrlctAijent for Kentucky. 6.J111 ceived nearly every vote cast. go to press. out-housout-house ; to-da- y M ) Watch is and jewelry repaired and Bwu.v II cut. -- Bob Davison, in jump-pinwarranted. A. B. Benny. from an engine Sunday afternoon, TiikIk'sI place to buy drugs, patent fell 011 his face, knocking out two front medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. teeth by the mots, breaking another Benny's. Rev your school books, ink, tablets, gashing his hip and cutting his nose. He paiscr, jieitcils and school supplies of all is also hurt on the knee. None of his kinds from A. It. Benny. wounds are dangerous, however. I guanintee all watches and every ar. ticle of jewelry I sell to be just as repreTin: stoim of Thursday night last was sented. A. It." Benny. very severe in the Turnersville neighborhood, where trees, fences and SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. iioasi'. belonging to Mack (Jivens was killed by the express Saturday night at the l.og.111 Avenue crossing. He was kiUH ked about '0 feet and no injury appeared on his outside at all. Appraisers valued him at $".". A Jt Tut: .Justices met Judge Vurnon! ves- terday to consider the npplicntion for the county to take stock in the proposed pike from here to Ottenheim. An appropriation of $800 per mile was made for live miles, but the charter will have to be amended before it can be accepted by the stockholders. Thu court also agreed to appropriate $l,'J.0n mile for a extension of the Stanford and .Somerset pike when satisfactory bond is given that it will be built. There were V2 01 the 14 magistrates present. five-mil- SPRING OPENING! WALL ville, Ky. Paint-- , PAPER OKOANS.-ABc- UNO DECORATIONS e From 100 to 150 per cent cheaper than ever hclore known In Ccntr it Kentucky VVuuln r Shadet to K C.IIMns'f suit all combination of Wall Paper l.ar;v.t tock to clcct from .it P.irljm, Dan- Oil, Vurnihcs PIANOS AND XKW AMKIITISKMKNTS. a. e. gibboists, yCLO and Painter' Supplle, Window (Jl.i.s, etc nU for John Clmrch A-- Con Mmicil Mcnh ind.c Di$.unrrt.i.E. kv. was a bigger humbug than tlie "Man Bear" took in a few dimes A snow that CITY OF STANFORD. CONDKNSI.I) HI PORT FINANCIAL CONDITION or th Ma FEKTNYo & JEWELBE;, j "-- 1 A"f , ,, llus-vill- i rc'loc'm BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! well-know- n I - t.r if ii- -v - - GEO. J. WEAKEN-HUIIHF M MAKT'G'B. I (Sen-'en- d j SEW FURNITURE STORE 1 MiAi VR 0A ,.! I MrAli-tiTai- ul s '' "" '"" " ti.-org- ' 011 iSi-lf- - V.wi - w,,,,V';l 1 ' ' l- -,' - ' ' r- - '' 1 . ... , 1 I I lirst-nit- e i PHOTOGRAPHER, ,ni.-Ma,e pros-iicct- s. ' - I - -; 1 j ' 11 11114X0 QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. I J j -- j General Merchandise, j lo-b- 1 1 My (Jijjjjr di-- j I I ) well-kno- I I 1 HI ' j tZZ msm -r- . 11. 4 M I 11 . .1 .1. 11 . 111 1 1 JJ-"- " . . . 111 . In the Pcim luiial IJfc Insurance dclpltla. . 5 . . 11 111 111 11 Tusc-.llno- 1 1 11 1,1 111 11 .. . ' 4 III Lis-le- y N Craig- - .5' & dSfjt, 4jptt!! . -- .. w l iiwjl' i' ii m " iii ' tn n " niiipumin n iiMBimii ' i 3E3SK p M !fllm'TaeFw", far n' J )" ' T .tr' i'H V tot Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal MT. SALEM. WILLIAM LYLE. My fincjacV, Williim I.jlc, blicU with mealy nose, mK handi liiKh, slreil bv Lyle s Imp Jack nliil out of a splendid Jcnncl, will make the season oi 1S88 at my Minnie tictween me waiiiiuc o.-font nml Dam lite & HustnnviHc pikes, EOERSOK WILKES. aS, nw about here sue reported AT $8 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. as bi'inn niiiiiH u few and we are slioit a Marcs parted with lo'fiiMn-HMiuand nmncy (, II F.NGL F.MAS couple of citii'iw. Strange world, this. falls ilnc t7l The lire neeini to be iiiiikiiu; thisentl of the county it )p vialty. The knobs uro BLACK DENMARK! full of it ami great damage to fencing is THK IIRI'IV HOHSIJ, 10,000 A yard containing reported. Will tinle the present season al I. n (irncr'. t ItichanN was miles from r.ili Orchtrcl, un the Stanford pike, staves bclongim; to M. and will scrie mares at consumed by the Humes and the ll.ip-tiHtrttuk by 5Jio Coll, church at Middlclnuv was lightning Thursday niglit and burned to the earth. The orpin and books belong-in- Money due when fait is ascertained or marc piru nl with. lllacl Denmark it to tho church were s:ived by the citiDescription and Pedigree spnncr, jet black, a No I combinij zens, but nothing towards Mopping tho ed rears old thi tvle and action, inji good breeder liorse, fine Sired by the famous old Stonewall lackson, he by lire couhl be accomplished. Miller'sold WastiinKtun Denmark, he bv the vidog in this There is a race horse, Denmark Wick Denmark J Crusader, (rand cinity that is in possession of a reiniukii-bl- o dim bv Stonewall Jackson's dam byb) lllackliurii'i Abdallah, dam Whip lhn most.s e I I C st to Insure Living g four-mil- e run-abo- " As lie nude himself pret- her dam by ty numorous at the lioue of Mr. J. .T. Drye, that gentleman cordially gave him a box of Uoutih on Huts with some beef, which must have agreed with him, as ho was back promptly nct night and was given an ounce of arsenic, which amount he has taken forheveralhucceeding nights. .Still there is no dead dog heard from. Mr. Drye thinks he has tempered the animal's system by degree until it will contain strychnine with perfect safety. This is all we have time to write, as N. H. The hen roost item is simply this: A colored and a w bite man were caught stealing chickens and were made Si t. to leave the county. A Bishop Will also stand mv two fine Jickl M.ACK HAWK and I'UI.NUji L I) OAUNKIl'S, Crab Orchard lj .Mccloc. fllK hoss Ml'I.K JCK, SILAS AT VATTGH1T, A LIVING Will make the present season at the stables of his owners, 3 miles est of Stanford, $10 TO INSURE COLT. lS4, Full brother to Danulla Wilkes, record hy Ljles Wilkes sireof isillie Vageti, trial a II , a 30. iheo, tire of Maltte jd First ilam by Skedaddle, ad dam bi dam by Old 1 eleicraph, 4th dam by frank, Ske Tim ) iani th iriiuihbreil wdl iiale the season bj Oilier oy Warner Waxy b) llertluime, daddle of 8S at the I w pr e .'f 1st dam y M jnej I'etral, ad dam by loni Mai Wilkes 3 3i; 1st dam l.yle's Wilkes is aj dcore Lou Coons bi American tla), ire of Wranwllc Muck, a ib, Maic Uii 1 37. Klla Claj a jjVJ site of Uimrnie tt 3 17) Post Hay 2 3j), Keno Money due September 1st, i34o, at the (iriKb) 2 aj 4 and Mislcry a 39 Shclli) Lit). K) ... ilkns farm, near Datiiillc Wilkes full brother to Kderson Description and Pedigree - llrecrhloider Is a lias started in I mr races, 1011 two of them in rich dark bay, with Idick point., not a while hair He i money out of third straic-h- t heat and hands hieh and in him. heay mane and tail, sire of Sallie Vaen, his only coll that has been han- a perfect mo J-- 1 s to his breeding lualilico, I dled, hat started in seien races tunnni; second refertoa'iy ofhislast ) oar's cois( which are, iimne. in tueof them. without a simile exception, larj-- , tine and unlld F.derson Wilkes will make the season of i333 at color llelon is hi. pediurec my place 4 milei est of Stanford, at .No. 47 iSfo. Mi Imp Ilillet, ija 1 dim Nellie Vile), (rand dam of lliiielle h) Hob Johnson a dam Mar) Churchill by Alex Churchill With lien retained on all colli until icmcc fee i j dam b) Imp Margrave urand Jum of Kins Al" Will ime personal attention to mires, but paid fonsn not responsible lot accidents, snnmu any occur b) Chernkte 4 dam Mistletoe, (J HAS I. CROW. Misan by lifftr j dam lllack-e)cStanford, Ky 4 0 nam li) Allien 1 dam bv Auerme 8 dam b) tirey Alfred 0 dam a mare purchased In Yirzlnia bv Cant Ceo. Ilurhrldjc for hreeclinir, but wkust pcdirffsw is now lust, Ixlickcs! to be b) Amcncu. 10 dam by Imp Monke) RKCORD, 3 35!, 11 dam b) Imp Medic) 3 dam b) Imp shark by ij dam b) Imp Fcarnauht llirstlli. n lj'4 hinds h!;h, foiled liw; Princcps, J36, sire if seventeen 3 jo performers Mate also a gaod Jack, that will serse maras at I list djm Karaite, b) llnnlct, itxi, the sire of A Six Dollars, an unit terms as the horse V Pantiind 3 30 J 3d dam l.tndoru, the dam of mares at i per month No re- Pasture moor 3 ,u, by II jmblctoniin, 10, the oire of Dexter, spotisibllity for accidents 30 I S for IF.VIS i t!j ; 'jj dim oy Imp Consternation,b) 4II1 dim b)e II) H M Johnson, Agent Imp Dlo-med4 Washington liray; Jtlnum McKXy ... ai, 2i PROXIE. I will stand al my firm 3 unlet west uf llryants Pond lurniiike. the fine jiinz llle. on the Fisher st illioii PROXIi: lie is 11 datk buy, ij'4 linuds Inch, was foaled in l5fl Has been broken in li ir ness and trolfd when 1 1 .ear old in 1 10 pullinc a Jicnxy cart I will stand him BEEECHLOADEB. pPjil GIDCDERO-SrS.5i'. $10 to Insure n Living Coll I', At $15 to IiiHurc n Colt Due when sen ice is tendered and mnnei refuti led If mate pro est 1 bo not in foal Pedigree Proxle w.i sired by Proxttiles, lit dun by llourhon Chief, id Uam by lllick Hawk Morgan, Speirs,, 3d dam by Oilier, 4th dam said to be by Imp Messenger I'rux.ililci wat sired by Priusept, sire Trinket, 314 tstdiml.adi lllanche b) Privateer, 3d dam b) Metander's Andallah The sire of Proxir sold a few weeks ajo for . it j 1 1 11 nl Fifteen Dollars to Insure, CORDEZ '1 I MelcKaiil JCrse) Hull will stuul at in) Stable this season, al $3,0 ASH, at tune of service, with prit ilege of return If ih ii not with calf, K II IIUUNSIDF. mi c I GKAISfB 2488. (). can be seen on the premises that will compare favorably with the eel of any jack in the county A lien will be retained on the Parting with the mare colt for the season moncj forfeits the insurance llrcal care will be taken to will not be responsible present accidents, but should an) occur F. A few of his ijet ,, R 1! & P WOODS "Ma ' v.U silAy m I puiI in iti am ISecclier, ift. With clamorous and persistent em" ..' it Dark bay, 154 bands high the finest horse, agenl for the Indianapolis sieiin l.aundr), the sides that phasis it is urged from many Stand at $10 on same terms A lien oh ill roll, for the bet breeder and the bighe.l I'rwl horse In best l.aundr) in the world ul alter lnc ,elwn jennets. inn lie taken nlfcrcil ! Ihc public al so tnr a pnee drunkenness threatens the ruin of our s,ia. ,,, and ih terms so liberal Description and P.durr.e is a nice institutions. It not .infrequently hap,vtu. llure ,f, Uand, h w j mu . bro , pens that men are most vociferous in denr..ii..t.on with a tin., riowin mane and tail; $30 to Insure a Living?- - Colt. abuses when the evil has benouncing It) WII.KIXS MICVWIIKK On Tsflli, lit b) 5 ) ears old this spring, Mred b) LOUISVILLE KSNTUCKY. Stonewall Jackson, Wasluni;tn Denmark ; i.t gun to disappear, just as soldiers often dam l'annie, by Kinkaid's lllhaair, he b) lap sin ol lllark l'rlncr j0. Klngslri (3. h. until make the greatest show of courage when Ins) dam al lilack Jack, llcl.hir.lir, td dam h) I'rank Talinaire's 1st dam h) It s) si Wmcaest-r- , b) lilac c Cloud The tw. THE LARGEST AND FINEST tho enemy have turned their backs. Dam AI.I.KV, tine jacks, or not Gladstone's dictum that Whether t HOTEL IN THE CITY. I rial JOE BLACKBURN AND BRICNOLIA, 1'raiscc, and the itam of HVi alcohol is a greater scourge than war, $10 and Wilton, tunfi brothers, the former seats old iu Auiju.t, be mere At r.i) farm 011 the Somerset pike, to miles south pestilence and famine combined lis lt.M)VK'S HAMIII.irroNIAN 10, the latter years old in April lloih are the sane RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDheiuhth, 1)1, hand. Inch, with prop.ntinn.il weight rhetoric, it cannot be shown that any na- fSU"f"rd M SsDAfOHMAN. tiramldam I.ADV OltlSWOI.D Mcvscnjscr Chief, 1S3) Sired and sue Sired by Prince 4.!, !, hy 3d pnnce, he Stanford, Ky tion or jieople has been destroyed by in,j Prince, Trl.ll to wagnn f.ii ING TO rooms: Sire ol Maud Messenger a lOV,, Abel 3 34 i, and by 1stDaisy by the Adams A lford Imp Jack, 1st Dixie, b) toxicating drink. others Flrstdam l.ajy Curr), b) l.)tton. Ircof dam Nellie (Ira) by l.ord Shelby Irvine's Dixie, td II) i'l.MNC MORC.AN ellinctnn, he kj lnr'. K 3 37 ton of horndalc 1 331, , 3d dam bx dam MKUie The Knglish have been ami are a naJim Mamorln.MeJIc),inc.f Mambrino Chief, II, Jd Napoleon d; ,ld dam byjack, Potter Henry Ward Wilklrw Mlcawrbef was slrvslliv Itixlik's Main A 111 ssIS IN IDH I.I. lleccher is a nice black 15 hands high with dam b) S'ormau dam I.adv Drown, Jam' !' Plskwiek. II KK1!I tion of drinkers, and they are the pre- Secouil weight lleecher lias sired by Prince, 1st bletnniaH, ScIe)' Ainericati Star, K'and dam l am! N'ut (ilcnxicw is aba) stalliin, 15I. loMaud S , la Ee-SSend cotMin ltuse Kmbree, by Pate Kmbrce's Stouewnll 1 )Vt, bx wood. dominant race of the world. I have no of l.amc, son nf Vinerlcan iSsj, bciutiful In color and handsome in form and lick jd dam Kllen llljihe by llljthe's Hanni- Nigger l.ancr, he shows a true, well bilanced k1'1 "" his un bal win, h.rlissr I knowledge of a population of total persons wanting In in f M llt by Vrlrni Ir i h Kricsnn f6paymaster, dam doubted speed, hawni; shown oiurters In ,17, last Jennet, anxmuslr invite two jack colts I Tiaie breed Wilkius Micawber died xoung and left but few to call ant ee from no track work ixeirsold rolls, but from his great specwl, rich breeding and j who have ever enjoyed civil and Mcmbrino Chief, by Mcmbriuo s disposition is perfect lind his blood lllackburn, which is the nn'r reti.bte tettunonial the dam of Ooliath 2 30 His sons sired 1a and his ear j Ii VI I1LIII1I.K, Ky magnificent form, be gave abundant promise inofthe Tho Original political liberty; and though I will not daughters are the dams of :3 in the 3 30 list lines first diss I.) Hon, the sire of his dam, wis by most hrilt'anl arcer, both iw the track and Shelhj Citv, II C. Y, Simmons, St. Loult, Prop'r M ijor riiniiias Morton, ol New link.) Krncsonjr is half brother to Knc, record of Thorndale 3i,aon of that famous mare, Doll), stud say, with an Knglish prelate, 'that it is 3 2&i M A. Simmons I.lver Medicine, K.t'd and sold to Robert Homier at .(dam of Director 3 I7,and Onward 333.) 1st dam iirolc u that he refused for Wllkllis Mlran for (So, In the U. S Court OirAT I. by Drown Chief 4143 brother in blood to the K'eat her lust a short time Ixfure his death an oiler erf better to be free than to bo sober, yet 1 that acedam Jio,cm sire 01 ruoi jr. fjUrk Chief by noaoc oy oiu Kirst ll.ellln. Prop'r A. Q. Slmmoot Llv S35.000, and the great driicr, I arl llurr, salt that will say that the methods of dealing with lain 3 3011st., 1'iiui jt sirea aaius 01 by lew will stand It $o the insurance, money he' iiax alwais considered t tat In the death of niem Kef 'M. A.ulator, Ktfd hat Zcilln47 years S. I.. M. .See a to. Iaud S a o3t. Nutwood 3 81, and 31 for Wllkinx Mirawbcr breeder sustalnnl the lost of due when the fact is nscertiiued orthe marepirted sin in ecneral are the proper methods theiiolist Meinliriuu Chief sired I.adv Ihorne Hlth cured iNDtoasiior. tliLiot's-sts- t one of the ten greatest of all Ihc great sons ot old - J.iS, Woodford Membnno 3Jjc, Hnnoli 3 j4. juTirtrsuicn IIADacn,Lotr llainmctnnUn for counteracting tllO evil of drunken- Fisk s Mcmbrino Chiefs ArririTi. hoc-- Stowacm, Jttc. 39;, Iliy Henry , . 1. Ittsdvk's llainhlitonlin.iihoslrrdtirth sire ind Her. T ll. Ileamt, Pastor M. K. ness. aim Ullll li lsaosuni to aiteuipi 10 MembnnuStar 3 33, Alembrinj Pilot 337, ortu This fine stallion will make- the season of ivnS at dam nf li Alt kAW A hassired ii iojvrrloriners xiKif. 9 Adams, Tsnn., wiitrti"! Star a a6. in) farm, j miles Iruin Sta iford, on Ihc M.mtord and has sired lo( sons nlio line sired meriniii lieiMtade the American leojile that the cninie t should hare been dead but is a sona mack, to nanas ni;n una Wm M Rue's and Daimlle pike, to performers and his slrrd the dams ot 5 per pounds weighs lor your Uenuln M. A. Sim. He is a hor.e that recom- VI il make thcpreent season ata living coltor m permanence of their institutions depends mends himself even If he had no pedigree, but Training St ibfe at Jio to Insure formers with records nl 3 pi and better, prosing, mons Liver Medicine. I have him the greatest trottinij horse progenitor that has AT S20 TO INSURE A COLT. at ice sometimes had to substitute on their becoming a nation of total ab- possessing the blood that he djes should make him the season, cosh old,time ol nerxhigh, a beautlfulmi Al. I. II., the dam ol llarkawav,' i6hands He is l years let appeared "Zcilln'a ttull" for your Medi one of the grandest stallions in Kentuck) serIt one of his three greatest daughters Ihexnlv stainers. hogony bay, with line mane and tail, a perfect mod CpWfl clnt, but it doo'l answer the Vermont llainblc Description and Pedigree vices will be n iching Rssd k's el and a perfect saddle horse purpose." Ionian is a black horse, toaled in iti, lo hands horse approdams is Americanllamhtctonas siresite of It is a law of human nature that exknown as On lime Star, the Sired t) Hubble' Denmark, Dr. J. H. Craves, Kdltor Tt high, lwi white feet behind, slre-- hi W illiam producing lOtl PiHttl. Mrmnhli T.nn ..... We $10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, Flrstdam Mollie Mounts, by Cabbe' Lexington, Welch, Im Itvsdyk's llauibtctonlan, 1st dun Katie l.adi Itrown the datnof U'ilklns Mlcawber cessive pressure brought to bear on any know Ihc breeding of IIAKKAW V will bear ad dim by Younj; America, he bx Tailor's Mes received a nacksffa at vnurt.iv.. .. I..! ..... , f i....il .! .. ic, l) lulls rrm If iMi.mnnl JjfarraI till iMd u ainliiir lim nI. Meillclns, and have used half of it. It works like a charm. I want no &&V& f w uvils; and now, when riou, inflaon. better I.lver Regulator and cer. ,n the worf, hdimb); tsinly no more ol Zciliu't muturxx. ho.es ces arc diminishing inteniponnu. inj -i ne Against Prohibition. Hambletonlan 10 53 b and others by b'lrst dam I.ad) Patriot, d.un of Sentinel I I Jay stallion, n hands 3 inches high, foaled Oct. Youii( Patriot. Sired C Mock, Dantiile. K) i34;, bred b) II spkciai. noiici:. by Me .engcr cniei, sire 01 aiauu ,wcincr In offering the cr ices ot this Illicitly bred )ouii); 3 i4 First dam a fast natural pacer, by Young . itll..n I., ih. miblir I feel assure d that til e hd .... Cnt , n.it nnl. ... . s . - ' America; ad dam by Oustot's Tele jrapli pacer " injf main....111 a "in record 3 30, as a truttcr himself, out asaiviuMi. oun America by Wake . ... horse whose breeding s lelesrapn Onstot ilam b) Old Sweeper pacer rank hun amons the torcmost in uc lanu bv Shelton's Telegraph naccr 1 He sired the Phe- lie Ah the public 1. well informed, tit a nominal I.uc) Pope, record 3 yi'i and trial in 3 o started in .exeral closcl) contested races, proline His hrreilni7 on dam's side I ery much like Je. Lonclusiic-1- ) ineaclicaseth.it he Is u name, relia rome Turner's 3 I5''4, their dams helns of picinjj blc. he slut race It ire At lineage; and many others too numerous to men cd ajci'nst ll.i)den, Osslc II and others, 1x111 The paemi; blood has helped to produce nini; casii) Jack mice- irns;o. int.., lion , ms, in 2 10 and N.itwnod MiudS. soSl.. At Masiillh-- . Kx, with lai'le llird 3 337 aiSlj r, whit w is apparcntl) a dead heat, as uc mipct.t Prince Messenger will make the season at was tr ttcd in the rcmarkamc fist time ul fit sHll st'iJ scriicc is limited ! 41 uppioic mair 'A L'u-I.nrsi-cia- P1UNCE MESSENGER. Princeps, rj6, the sire of Trinket 311, and 16 others with record of 1 Jo or better; by tvnoslfuril Marnbrtno 331. sun of Mimbrino Chef nil l'lrst dam Woodbine, dam of WcdgcwM Primrose, sister to Malmaisou, dam rf Manetta, trial 3 16)1. b Abilallih 1$, sire of (.oldsmltli Maid 3 7 and 3 14: 3d dam Illicit Rose, dam ol Darkne lleruio-sa- , trial 3 xv,i oy Tom 1'ecmer; jd dam by Cinnon'a Whip. 41H dam by lloblii (,ra) A II itiiirt ifS... - the sire.. ( .... s Pantiind 3 30, In ... ,.... 1 i, .. ..-- : juneiu .lunticr 5J, sire 01t ill. TALMAGB! I will keep for er ice this seas mi at m farm.) miles soutli of Junction (it), three iaik anJ a . horse, all combined II rse well adapted t saddle and harness purp ses and the Ja,k to Jni nets and nurr.. The In line iact at it t in .: 7 : sure a jack C 'Itom it!i- - ll a nue 1 or jennet c it t wcauini; tune 1 lie li r. al his Jack is 13 hands lil.-h-, was f.uled June 13, istdauiby 1M4 sired hy Imp Cordoirs, l.jle's (real K em iicki.m, he by Superior Mammoth, he b) Smith's Mammoth, he by Imp Mammoth; id dim by l.ee'x Mohawk, he hi old Mohawk, dam 2hl the imported, iddamh) I albolt s Palifox, he by Imp Waslunir Machine and am now nretured In furnish Palifox and nut af a Warrior Jeunett all who may wish lo save their clothes from lb Cordet will tind rubbing and teannj incident lo the old process of try it AT TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A COLT. washing. Take one and bu)ln xud be convinced. unless )uuie fill I'll not worry you about y utisficd a. to its merits. I he undersigned have purthned the I'Urence Washing machine and after a thorough (rial, w lake pleasure in adding our testimony to its warth, in and without hesitation pronounce u Dirk cray lack. i hsnds In kill. J vtars old He every parluular, doing all that Is claimed for it Win Daugheriy, J W. Wallace, Dr. llourne, and Is a is well bred and of the Jim Porter slot Is said tnue the sire of the Hulk Mrs S P Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill PerLlni, Lewis line breeder Will Duddcrar, J. F.. l.)nn, I.. I. Dawsan, C Vana), jick, thai sold a few weeks aco for Ji,S. , Mis, Aniaudx Peak, (ieeirge I'ejlon, Alex stand at C. C Fields, Albert Camden, Sun Raines, R. S20 FOR JENNETS AND $1 0 FOR MARES K, llarrew, A M. I'daud and many others M.F. KI.KIN. Headquarters al S. S M)ers' store. lo Insure a I im; Colt I ten retained on colt nil the season is paid THE FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE WOITDEB.!-- - s Ult-claw- I. March, ia.5 II IIRK.III, K llryantsiille, tf WOOD WALLACE, n Volunteer nil' HARKAWAY,2875. I WE GEMTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fjSion of the diy m the (SeiiU' mitre, and the jack, ... Henry Ward ...... Kurnuh, I var-ol- d Icvcl-licide- ,11 ,, Ilnii; , TUK GALT HOUSE, I - j. ,, to Insure nLivlnjjColt AUu-i- GLENVICEW CHIEF b-t 1 ih:r(CvS'(i):, if;R, 1 e ,..,,,. lllll iu He-ha- THAT FIGHT Wln. I , I 3 atii4-)earol- jay-i.y- c .... VermontHambletonian - it, ; 1 1 ), WER ltaiw 1 13-- - 1 r' . I ! ilXW?jX first-clas- Allivrilll tllflV UI'IIM tO hf 110 SUlIiuic'llt reilHOn for railing Upon the State to pro-- ' niamifdltlllO llCC- liolit! litpior. The Uwh we brinj: tlie "0V- vrunient into our private, personal anil domestic allaire, the freer ami happier we shall be. But whatever opinions we may have us to the means of proniotiti", sobriety, there is no question that the evil of in this country was much greater in the eaily part of the century than at present; ami the wave continues to subside. J. I.. Kpaldinj,' in the 1'0. ....... iii PEACOCK, jr., &fffi& . . i ' ,',Vl, At $3 on same condition, as aboie iw.th $, added if not paid before weaning time He is u', hands hmh.lirVw.ih ioe.,1. Mm. an,l central make. K S FOWF.I.I. up Two and a half miles from Hustomille on the Hustonnlle and Liberty I tirupike Road Lincoln count) j ' . I I I S.'!' A r rTnYTQi J lXHJlJlVa.1 J Jxjli I OOx OOO. SpccJ in llruce's Stud ll"ook Vol I page Ver mout llainhlctoni in is a tine, big .,horse, with the ) li Ml.l WESSKNGER CHIEF, .lit ' rum. I ne I nomas liaiiroan Dill. ' I er, fifth dam by Kenlucty Ilhitnm ami he by Imp llloisom, 6th dum by llrutus, 7th dam b) Dynamite is the niot deadly of all ex- Spcdal plosives, and choleia was sure death to Hamlet Dciiiuiri'a dam by old Lexington, by Ktuery .V Walker' Wagner chickens until the discovery of Planter's It istieedless tnsay that for harness and saddle, eguncc ns style and cure. It is sold on the and for action, beauty, superior, nnde he chicken cholera transmit. breeder, Hamlet h is no plan by McKuberts & these iiunlltles to his offspring At a taken of my appreciation of past favors, -- t stagy. utid inducement for future assistance, I wl give $50 in premiums for the best three colls by Hum-le- t l'el.-ruato be show iu 1889 a! the Danville Fair. Our record of train accidents in (Sood pasture will be furnished ut $3 50 per includes a total of 171, in which mouth. My persona and sped attention wlo be given inures to prevent uccidcuts, but wl not be 'J8 persons were killed and UH injured. relponslli e ihou d an) occur. C. T. SANIMUOE. Railroad .iii70ttc. ii 1 IHF tOMlli; i:d SIALI.IUN, their public obligations, which is comof mendable. in 1SS5, ! Illack Clay foaledCyclone a by Caliban 331,A(sire 1st colt. isV Coaster 3 C F 3 iS, Hut it is objected that the bill abolish-i.'- s O by Pascard 3 to. son of Almoin, sue of linnets dim Alice .. .. ... ... low Wiihcrspoon,? tfiiiilddam .Madam tiiic.li, "lllllltl.c me .c.iun ui .ado on the state- L'uv heutxive stock wil make ihe season of 1388 .11 the commission. Ho it does, and it c.li h. Tile,.c....nArcmintv. ,., o, She Ibi near : anme r.r . , . ..l.l ill I.lnrr.lll ui) firm ih mi es from Hustonville near Cirpen does this because all tliatthe commission an J Knob I.lcls. lurnpisc road, atlscashn lor the jia,,ma44,and Puntou.i 315 by Drennon, jd dam Icr'ssialioii, and win be permitted loscrie hy Ihe KENNY WILKES. living b" (;e.,cra Tailor or $3o to insure season, with no Caliban 334, by Mambrino eould possibly gain, all that it has been colt, sound and insurance, .,'. . Mrc f Hannis 3 17K Mambrino (lift 3 30) ' a right. WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, Itamlrt Denuiar. a uarK Day, witn y Cas.ius M Clay, Jr, sue or Harry ;, authorized to attempt, is secured by the sty e and action, hasis bitf tail and mine, pent) 01 ,. standi ifi Ci,v aJ1i, and Diuangoa 4U, Pascal by Almoin, season at the This oimg stallion will make hands high, jjeariyld thisspruu. As peJmont 3 17), dam Pearlie Leonard, by s.llilc I.uc inii will be limited to the JACO ,it$35forJ.ick colt and $15 fur Jennet restrictive provisions of the bill. f twenty mares nas no superirr, an cquu. An,etlcan clay, sire of l.ranillie 330; 3U uam ny o u combined haungwan first prues ut inrimis John r,mI.i,.if. son 01 Wauner: td dam Killeti The objections to tho commission in Kentucky norse.iic Stock committed to III) care and breeding will AT $15 TO INSURE, In sadd Fairs xi'mi,o.,on of American receive my personal attention (ir.11. furnished r have grown from year to year. It is tin model in the Statenow harness, underhorse, ae and in i,,.'leTander's Abdallah. sire of lSclipseJ Almont u sadns a harness (Joldsmltn Maid rings; and at reasonable rates, to be paid for before removal You will uf stock nnd j')evir-oNo responslbi it) for accidents or et horse, and it is of little benefit. The die hor.e, us a combined Kentucky, Mambrino Chief, sire 0 if dam nf And will ;o in training the 1st of June expense 3 14 lit dam by ... ". find on Ini estimating the pe'dlree tint he is one capes Parting with toi k forfeits the insurance. bcliei e he has not a peer in llirrrtor 1 17. 3U flam rsu iic iij 1101, ji, .1.. r.l complaints llled with it have been few Huiulet Denmare is by King Denmxrk, he by dam of Maud .S. 3 oSlf I he analysis.ofthls. ped of the best bred 011ng hor.es south of the Illicr J SIFLLi: OAUPKNIKK by Denmarx, he by oil igree shows two crosses of Mambrino Chief, two He has the blood of (! corge Wilkes, American and unimportant.' It recognizes its own Star Denmari, he(ihe Jones'e race horsei he by Imp. 01 Pilot, Messenger to bai k him lor a speed pro II uc s Denmark, 4. ml and oneof Ham- Clav Jr.two of Henry Clayand thoroughbred ducer and Tho BU YEHS' QUIDE ii uselessness by constantly urging an ex- Iledgeford by Chorister, he by Contract, Import- bletonlan; built upon a pacing Pedigree -- Kenny Wilkc's w.u ulrcd by I.yte First dam issued March and Sept., will serve marcs at III. his foundation Wilkes 4O50, sire of Mattlc Wilkes 3 10; 1st dim of power ami an increase of dig- - ed. 3d ditmby Jim llrown.heny (i ex" Scrogglns TKKN DOLI.AUScolt Insure tension to each roar. It Is an oner- Zelk Iij ad Hiawatha, lull sister to Maud Wiland he by Sir Archie; third dam by Duke of Heel. olopodia of usoful inforliams 3 16, 3d dam Ten. bj Mambrino Misscnger ford, 4th dam by Pirate and he by Chance Lnrch I,,, ,,ic says: This bill U plain, direct and simple. It is not oxpeiimeutal, but practical. It xle.ils not with a theory, but with a situation. It do.'-- , nut seek ,to arbitrarily interfere with the detailsof transportation, but it lays down instead broad principles which the roads must obijrve. It secures to the citi."ii bis common law right-- , making it possible for him by the aid of the State to enforce these right. This part of tue bill is a marked advance in railroad legislation in that it conforms to thegiowth of public sentiment anil to the experience of recent years. We repeat that if this bill receives the support of the railroads, it shows a disposition on their pint to live up to c:efllllllciiL ncinc- ,i,,.. railroad-t- , the (Jourier-.Iourn- al In an article on the bill abolishing the , railroad COintlllSilOll ailll SUll.Stltlltlll II . . ... , . ...s.i .1 ,, ... i.,i... jercnici jr clam oy Xermontjr; 3d SC)tliian, xd dam by llontier'. (.1ra) lIam bv 4th lam by ()ii.tott' lelegraph Ka,?le 's I Clllltilll Jl J I viiii"iii ujiis j "'iiivi seuger Chief r produced the following Maud Messenger 3 iM, Abel 334'A. Marvel 338. Ilessie M 2 jo. litis 3 jo1.: Robert II i jsV, Manning a 3314, Katlierine S 335, Messenger dirl 330, Pretty ilelle a 38, Smgcly Messenger 3 14. Mcs.cnger Chief Jr will make thj season of '83 AT Hay stallion, foaled in i8Sj, 16 hands and weighs isxopounds He is of finest)lc and well gaited. Nlessengcr Chief. Jr was sired by Messenger CJnefiS5 by Abdallah Pilot. First dam ouii to (ien'l George II. Thomas, sire nf Scott's Thomas, record 331 bv Mambrino Messenger, ad dam by Mambrino Chief; jd dam by Imp. Napo-- I Icon; 4th dam by Tempest, jth dam by liger; 6th dam by Dnrnabi's Diomede: 7th dam by Cannon's wtup; ath itam u snipp s . !, Chesntit stallion, id's, hands Ing'i, sired li) the nracciei oy inc;cici, Kreat Low lander 30 dam nruncue b) lodnngton, ,ct uam .xuss St)kesby the taster, ft dam of the C ilouel, Ac I Mivlan. See stud Iwok fjr lurttier pedigree der. his sire, was b) Dalesman, out of ufra by Winihound.he hy ihe exer famous Pantaloon Dalesman bv KingTom, ,the most successful sire his sons, t.reat V m, Kngl.ii.J lias'cier produc.-dKm llanand Phaeton, were imported t Ihe I made themselies lamou.as sirctof mnners S and Kuil' Tom was b) Harkaivai, the sire ot Irish llirclc.itcherand Fangha llalloiigh, the sire ol So Dalesman's dam b) Pantaloon I.eaimnuton close cruise, of Pan it is seen tint London has runs thro I ar.creast.i ramp taliMin and through sire 'i.alistone, (llencoe.etc, while througii 111s uxni he traces to Orlando, ornistcy, inrcicaitiier, uc taster, Sutton and all the nm.. tamous periormcrs and sires in ICugland. I his horse 11 ill stand AT $20 TO INSURE A LIYINC COLT. 1 IMP. kOBTDOSr, to 1 $15 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT.' 1 C02TCH,EG AIT I !) I'lunet; iddam.l.rotite, relloii craft .and Spenl thrift's dam, b) Lexington; Jd dam t luruie, (une ivild'sdam bv Imp l.lcncoe Co tothestud nook Illack stallion, 16 hands high, foaled in 18, sired for extended pedigree, and lind 110 richer blood l, line lie coineot, hy Almoin Prince Hrt clam by Komulus Al loracin? caHnder and find theUs brightest mint Prince by Mmont 34. sire o f 30 performers! Ix.thby sircanddam illumines combines the pages blood llo in the 3 30 list. His dam the dam of Mollie Long, 111th irrcat achievements . ... I ..xiii.-in..ri-.iami I'haetnn. the latter thro' record 331 '1 his 1. a lery stylish colt, kind and gentle iu Inssire; I en llrock and Lexington twice throiikh k hnrness Illacwmoiit promises to lie .igieat horse Aerolite and I anny llolion, the dam of len lln.ee If Florine, I'ocahontai, etc for the stud He has site, st)e, hone and auh and I ileiicu, thrice It good, this )oung the- old adage, "Illood will toll," stance. Will make the season at TKN DOLLARS on the same terms as Messenger Chief Jr horse will prove his wirth bj gettms progeny tlm ISolli hurses wilt .easm at my farm on the More- - mllshowinlronf'at the finish " He is greatly in .B.i. ,t.,i irnilil.r lii. .ire. tin, famous len liroeck nnd and Carpenter s Station turnpike, 3 mile record has only been beaten b) his sou whose from Hu.tnmille Drake tarter, a full brother lo Concregan He J K IIAUC.IIMAN 13 up.nongly knit and lias the muscles and well put .imrtcrs of all the best descendents of lCJ'nn'''". and mil make the sea. .11 at Fir I l.r.N DOI.I SA1MIJ21JGE to insure BLAUIKMDOTl len Ilrdeck, lk.y horse u hands high, bi dam dim of t'cltoivpla) and Drake tarter it i) ii 111 - AHEAD. Denmark - I sired In S illiam Welch, the sire ol Prince Itiitu ri al, 3 334, Jeremiah 3 3j(, Itessic I can in t in William Welch was sired bi Ills 3 jo or better Hamblctorian, priiate reeoid lit dam dk dam of It mini's Prince, 3 37, and hi ;, Imported the 1'rustvc (son of tolto) and sire ol 30 miles trotter, Trustee-- . 1 dam br a son of Mambrino, bi linn Mcsingi r, Vermont bcinc; grandson of the- - great l(.dik Hambletonlan, the grandest sire tiling, barked In thor ami (fill's Vermont comblne-d- , oiighbrcd, will make a tine' sloekhorsc llisiljfc's llamlilctoniaii, bi Abdallah, son nf Miunbrmo, 3d dam lit IlishopV bx Imp llclltouiidcr, dam Il.inilifctoiiian, ill d.un lit, Imp McMciuger (Jill's Verinoiil, by Downing' Verinoiit, sire nf the il.im of Llilgin.iJ J 10, 1st dim by Columbus, (llarkle-)son of toliimbus, sire ol Contide'liie, 3 aS; ad dam bi llcrraud, sire of the dam of Nellie Orav, 33) ; jd d un In Matchless, lrc of the dam of ( Umax, 3 ,)l (Jills Vermont is the sire- of llonncr Hoc, 3 i.t, Illack M.irm, 3 o,t, Ladi Oa a 50, and I 'ogan 4 (ni-- , .1U0 sire of the dims of (iambe'tt.i Vl like 3 30. lllr King 3 )!, Nellie I. 3 13',. Outlaw 3 Jith. Pearl 3 30, Lad) llatis 3 jivj Ileatrire 3 tH. lad) P.itchen I V'K. md Ken- tuck) (iuiilicinan 3 i't'i, mid sire- ot the 3d dam id Phil'Thompson 3 idlKisdik'v ll.liil.ilcitciiii.lii, bi Abdalbih, sire of Sir Walter 3 3; ; 1st dam l) Charles Kent mum, hi I tub llcllfounitcr, 31I dam One itiv, by HUhop lliimhlot.ini.in. y dam Sill e null, bi' Imp Mm- seugcr K)dk's llumlile'toiiian fs the sire nt Nettle 3 IS and .17 other with records of 340 or octter, also of tne dams of Trinket 314 and 35 other with records of 3 30 or better Vermont Downing') bx Hill's Illack Hawk, Down-iiic- f Vermont hire uf Lilian Allen a jJCj a Is Hire of the dam ot F.nigma, 3 sd, nnd alto ' mrc of the) dam ot Maniliriiio llruee, the sire of llcllc Wilson 3 vM, IIIII'h 111 ick Hawk, bi Shermnn Mortun, ilam ,1 Hill's llluck Hawk it the 1st trotting marc ; 3 Lancet 3371, aire of Ilelle of Snr.itog Vou.1g Amsriea Ktli.in Allen 1 3C.V,, and lllauchc 3 3,lS. 3 3.), and is the- sire of the dam o (Sen Tweed, 3 tost, Tennose! 337, iirvel also the louudcrof the grcit lll.ick Hawk fumlly that li.n In the male- - and fcm.ilr line pio of 1 yt or bctter reprrscntallivn. toliiiiibuo (ilurklt'i's bx Old ( oiunibus, wire ol Confidence 3 sS, dam .1 MeMorngur marc Old Columbus 3 its convcrtcu pacer, uro gin 2h, Columbus from t. ill. ul 1. sire ol Contidenee' IliH.imond 3 j'Hj, nnd Yoitni; Co-Vaiig.itnr 3 7. ... ..i .1 .. i.. ..r ,oc .1 ....u ... It.... IUIIIOOS s JS'S , .lilll tl.su kiicj ,11 .1... i..i. 3 wk, 340, Morrill 3 37, l.ouisc the sue of 11 onng Colunilms 2 .17)4 3 jo or better performer, nnd he ha 4 sons that Old Colum- have sired 3 jo or better performer mis is me loiinuuroi me coiumuus lamii), which Pilot, Jr , blood 10 was to the K 1st1vh.it the ,i.s to Kcntucki 11 ) I 1 1 HSSS -PhKZ Ct tS&SB KX'X',SS,S V.n 7s , S.lkv l?x l'f.xxVl S ..c ..rthv the-- e.nhra.. of the- - HuctblmMl llrrr.1 J ,,.. j.X .urcbreeder: ,..,,;.,,, t"."',r'", Oi.mii. It . Mar. to, iv; Harkaway never made what ould be called a season iu hit life until 11m bought him Our people were absolutcl) dead lo the merits of thctrottrr He semd two murc-- t when three icars old and got two colts, both ownctl hrrr. and xoo .to . 10 toiiui noi nuv emier lor 34.M,. - bus ,1 Hark 111,11 ItHiHgtter in r around Olne-- i f r He leiMt than f oo to 500, iml l common marcs in bit whclc life it marrs and got 'l loals l'or scleral )tar he ran wild pasture ind m ere-no maivs, during the time I wastriinglo see whether I would go under or st ty on lop of the II t. Sim . sod. W. Itl'SM.I.I.or Addict J II. KNI.I.KMAN, Daniillc, Ki 7 tl 1 m-- i 111 IJf AUTEE' CHICKEN -C- holera Cure! s THF. FANCY sADDI.K SIAI LION rA Ll.AGFLJAlCM A R K, fine hands high, heai) mane and tail, both a natural and pleasant addier and fancy: breeds fancy and when iimetli dr.ien in harness style on - th l foes like a trotter He is lugn-lai-is bai ked l) thor sides 10 the third generation, making rum ler) a. lue oughbreds on both rides, and sprightly in gut, in form and hnish a .erfe I tiKsdel llewnssiml b Sumpter Denmitk. he hy. A. t'ijincll r.mtdard's Denmark, he b) h '. Denmark, heb) the rm e horse. luin. Iledacford Hi. first dam wassirr.l hy Sir Walt ice, hebv I od ointer sSir Wallace, he hy Sir Alien, thoroughbred, d dam h) Virginius, dam he b) th ofVirjiniua h) IranS), thoroufclihred celebrated Mavm's W hip, id dam a Whipp marc 1 Foaled May 1, 1I79, a rnh Mxhogon) l..i. n'j ' , . rMrktms die every Thousands of dollari It is worth of liol-r.- TOM "UOKINSON, dam b) MilSon of Wal are Dcnuiar. aVne. ler's Denmark, he hy the race horse, Dc Hilars, Monlgomery s Ol-ic- r, , rd 1 1111 ii) his dam !' nine idplam b) o l Droi non I'otu is a fltie.shaped horsu.h ack with heiv) mint and tail, isV Ininds h.gh, is. u.itura sidde .ind it warra.il him H It saddU breeder. t, .... .. a,.-.- , j JACO I hu line la. k u by '.unit, he by Imp Palermo, stI dam b) Kobiuson's Satniison, lit by Imp M tin- moth, 3d dam uv luin llertrind Jaco's 1st dam b) lilacs Hawk, 3d cl.llll b) 'I ippacuejoe rhisiiahaiidsome lack. 1 vears old, K bunds Will sen e ,1 few high, black with met) nose I ru-rit- ''her diseases combined Hut the discovery ol a luineuy mat posithth ;urt it Ins been made,' and lo be of us efiicacy only rcimrcs a trial a 50 cents bottle is one. ugh for one hundred chickens It is guar, uitecd If, after usin of ho::le. the buyer is not thoiouglilv si'isfied with it as a cure for Chicken '"holera, return it to the undo signed and niir monev will he refunded. .til ton-vinre- i yeir frcn ( more fatal to ( hit kins than d two-t'iird- s -- For Sale by Mc Roberts & Stagg ' I 1X1 Al.,-.- j I ' 11 I 1 - d 1 1 I 1 1 GROVER Ct,EYEL3lNI. A dart bay hor.e ijli hands high, is a sp'endid combined stallion, will be permitted lo serve mires at jio to insure. We w ill also stand the noted Jac t, - PEYTON EMORY, Taking sire, style and breeding into consideration, we l.hituc this the cheapest stock ever offered. fin responMarcikeptoiicraat$3permonth, sibility For further particulars callonoraddress. S, H.orJ. II. IIAUISH.MAN. Stanford, K). i At to to Insure 1111 ry 11 1 aire of the dam of .Messenger Chief, who aired Maud Messenger 3 16J4 J ilam bi Downing' ll.iy Messenger, atli dam by ounff Jefferson, pacer; 5th dam by Hunt's Commodore Lylo U'lkcs 46)0 sou of (Seorge Wilkes; 1st dam Lou Coons, by American Clay, 3d dam No. knrnlns by Mambrino Clilet, jd dam Mrs Caudle, dam of Kricson 3d lli.iwatua by Hiawatha, ton of Imp, Albion, dam Duthcr's Malrl by Mambrino Messenger Downing' Hay Messenger by Hut plncrs, dam bv Imp Messenger. Downing' Hay Nlcsscngirli Ihe sire of Lady Martin 2 ij, llm Porter a aSU. Mambrino MessenBer, alreof (,en. ficorc-II ihomas, who sired Scott Thomas 2 31, mid Lady K.a xj'i. TIIOS.C. ROntNSON, Stanford, Ky. c mation for all who pur- chase tho luxurlos or tho neoeasltioa of lifo. Wa oan olotho you and furnish you with all the necessary and unnooossary appliances to rldo, walk, danoo, sloop, oat, flsb, hunt, work, go to church, or stay at home, and in various sizes, atylos and quantities. Just figure out what is required to do all these things COMFORTABLY, and you can mako a fair ostimato of tho value of the BUYERS' GUIDE, whiah will bo sent upon roceipt of 10 oent to pay postage, MONTGOMERY WARD ft CO. 4 Michigan aVvenue, Chicago, 111. 111-11- o 111 V 111 hlEND biiouia bo used a few raonthj before conflnMnent. 8end for book " To Motiuhs," mailed tree. LtiuDJiiLD Kto ciaro a Co., Allans, Go. vMln s r sis 8 11 'lt'i,ia3aU)j'ijt-),- -