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NO. 18 -- where Undo Samuel men to help the nixtu-vvuy- n iipnii thin part of the, count. The JMtAISM '1MIIC lOKU. Mution !h on a narrow part of Santa Rowi IhIuiiiI, where it is only a few hundred I.KITIIU l'l'OM ISKOUOKO. HAItNKS yard from the H.iy Heroin to the open (iulf. A nice bonne, with a look-ou- t cu I'KXHACOI.A, Al'llll. II, 18SS. jiola aliovo nud everything needful for, I)i:u ixTKiiiou: "dipt. .lurk" unil tho life Having In tin larno room below. The "I'lmiitom," worn put apparatus for ruiiitohinjx the iroo.1 yaolit-MloDiu tvqtiliitinn yvHtunluy, to roiivry mln.-o- n ed from a watery crave, couMxtH of a tine t, if us "wliltliiTjMMjvi'r "0 feet lon, nearly, and a hi' liit'l." vprvni'iiliitlwH from Illinoin, "caiket" that can be entirely closed and There wi'iv lovvu, Viwconin mid Kentucky in the dni!K'ed through the mirf, while tlie pliw in kept iw "dry im a bone." Thin little p.nty unil c nt nliuin juiilv. cmiMldoriiii' uiir native ami in for iuvalidn or children, who cannot be I hiip'mno that a taken into the open boat. It in about 0 Hmllieil UlilikiMiwwi'M. whole jjoncrutiiiii and a piix! ileal of or 7 feet long, Miaped like a fat eiar, clirWtiuiiity will hu reiMiitctl to pnnluie with iron iiii, for traction, at one end. tii.it iluMnnl liariuouy of the nectioiiH, Then on another wheeled vehicle are wlii-i- i it will not rcipiire an ellort, inure coil of tope and all the attachmeiitH of or less, for them to nlliliate with un; ami the miiiiII bran jrnn that will throw a ii cylindrical holid idiot of Iron, about IK with them. When thim-H'or- l niaiie, however, anil educa- indie in leiiKth and U inehen in ili.une-te- r, for half a mile or more, u 1th ii Mining tional tr.iiniiiK ii overcome, we llwl tlmt there in "pretty much iitaninc'lnii'm'' lie- twine attached to a ring in one end. s' iv eon in. Hut will till un welcome Thin iiitliiiiwii nero-4the htranded ven-nreptiNiuii ever, wholly, illmip. and tier ciew pull in the Hiuallcr p nr, on earth? Lot im hope it. If not, ntiinj; till a larger one and then n Mill "In Heat en abuse, s here all Is l.OVI , ntronger one iu turn are hmnglit in ami here'lllxi nn friction there" made fant. Thin formn a line of connec"('apt. Jack" ran in ilnvin the film ion between Miip ami Miore, and over ityle, heailinj; a rival tion luy in flrst-rat- t t lin htoiit rope the crew mil pen, one by lMip at Martin; which, tryin'topa u, one, in a nut of cradle that in drawn J an uuheamatilike tack, mil afoul of biekwardn ami forwards. of one of tin verwoU the Happily then ban been no wreck at at the wharf, ami piiiioIiciI her l, mil on thin eoant nince the ntiition "Kiir," r tin- - upper Hpar of her mainlive years ul'o, and the letters sail. She preponteil n very linipaiul crestevery bit of I'liele SauuielV pnip-ert- y fallen aipearanii', ami 1 felt riht furry iimiii heieaway might be deemed or her crew, us we, victorious, left her by a little faNe pronunciation, liehiml, ami hjmiI on our course. . S. I.. . S. Hinelesni; but not mi. The inilir hroiiejit I. I'lear run of eiylit or ten devil would be Mile to unmade a wieck il! to the ImrliorV mouth, between fort on an unprotected upot of liin npecial tor- I'lcki'iiH ami .Mcli.n. We winhcl tolaml ritory; and only refniinn here, perhaps, at the latter ami pick up Home nhell on because it in "Prevention iK'ach, hut the wiml that M'lilom-viitci- l in better than cure" all the world over. was in the w'roui; ipwrtor for l.imlini;, We on the "Phantom" ami the uumitakahlc hvvoII of the jgreiit breeze on the "Mar-- I on our mid with a beautiful iulf Ik'iii to tell imi ileciiloilly mi, in I tniarter" (ahem! how nautical we little Monti that we jmvo "I'apt. .lack" ;rowin: scudded away for home. gracious penni.viion to put hin"heliuup" are perfect day, the dear Father A few Another ami run in into niotor w.itern. V'.ive u, to brine fresh health to the inuiinutert lil tltin, before any of the p.uty Im'pui to "turn jrreen," or rciy "New valids and pleasure to us nil. My attack at Cuba Station pulled me York." Yenterday the hcalc.n Then wo run over to Warrinton for down to l.'is, marked 17-- j, my full weight, mi you can Mime raw ovntem. or by this time the Mil air had Miarpcned appetite; mid u "m what tlu dear l.OItl) ban done for through nea air, "mixed with faith," ceitain "hostelry," not to wy MoiTy," "famous for its oyMem. as dear Haul pithily expresne.n it to the nt that place in bandy Hebrews, l'rainv Ills dear Naiiiii! Om liuiuln.nl ami llfty bivalve tice the heathen nuvMion, in one Hiullced for our voniciiiun party of twelve; Atul mon tlelicioiih ones I neverate. (Mir "'f .vur late ismicn, about "nerve inharmonious. Two iun" for "wi.it ica." I know Himetliin tablen in the room when' wo ate;, 'worth two of that," yen! u thouKind of "pool" iu the next apartment a bar, with n for- - ' it. My theory, that will hold, when the niidable array of bottler mid decantet; "elements melt with fervent hcat,"abid-am- i iiitfto tho "iikc. of aen," in this: Tht the lloor'littcrcd up with beer ke nnd heaps of oyMcmiu the nhell waiting ini' iinV i unylliimi lhl the Willi mu't their turn to be devoured. Hour thiun! wmk And I feel sure if the devil con-S- o neive, which he may; I helplcsM on land and iu water. No tracts the .swift tins with which to escape1 don't nndeixtaud the pathology of the lessor dear I.OltP can stretch it, in c:ipture; and even their jawed shells at- - case-t- he the plesiMiutest poviluV way. Certainly lacked and perforated by their purlieu-- ' lar panisitic enemies. Tlie "destroyer" mine has been, painlessly, "stretched" ban agents innumerable to clled bin fell in thin IViisucola climate, so luxurious; and purposes. Half the nhells one picks up mid in this salt air mi And it does one so much hole on the beach have a perfectly round bored in a p.iiticular part of the bivalvu-- 1 piotl to pmU HIM and feel tothetipsof mid toes, an well un in the lar strucliiie, show in where death, to one's lin-e- m - bottom of one's heart, that UK ban done the helpless inmate, eiitenil; while unnuinbeivil thotisamln bear the marks of it. That in better than healing As it in attack, where the shell ban been burrow-- j written, "Thy loving kindness in better by little vo-- 1 than liiV," even. . I lt with your "nerve ed into and honey-combe- d It almost sets my "sciatic" wretches,' who have run their ti-- ! .stretching'." nicioiiH pillories here and there, till k favora- - 1" acliinj; to think of it. You meant it ny bio spot Kivori entrance to the inner cita- - kindly, all thes.ime. and I thank you for . Hut I will del, whore tho juicy and coveted bivalve the tumble of pn'M-ribinu wild sick and have none of it. makes his home. Then We spend the afternoon at our piod plunder of the captured fortivss. Its richnens in looted bv a huuery horde of captain's, which vve me sure the dear l.iliputian dovouiJm, ami 'tho empty MaMiT w ill mako an eiijoyablo an the rest delightful lVnnacula visit. Hut Miellbei le.n the sport of old ocean; to " bottom and linally heie will be no time to write it up boKratoilaloiurtho 'r'ht. We start, (iod w illinj---, on the ii on shoiv, to enrich tliocollection : row i and . i. train Saturday i of .some Miellir.it horer of the land. Poor have thev done to be each Mississippi City, Mis.s., between things! What IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. keep Hi'Vi'ti Htoiit W. F. Kennedy is Milking every day. Mr. George II. King him made his wife a present of an orau. We are soon to have another wedding, no Madam Humor says. A large nowsign ornaments the front of the Grover livery stable. Dr. Doores was called to Hrodhead Monday to see Miss Susie Woodyard. Last week several parties from here went fishing ami met with HHhermiiu's - Milp-wrec- life-lio.i- te li' Worth Knowing. Mr. V. H. Morgan, merchant, LaVeJCity, Fla was taten ith a severe Cold, attended with .1 Cjutfh and running Into Consumption in its first stages. He tried miny so called popular cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was reduced in flesh, had dilllculty in breathing and was unable to sleep Finally tried Dr. King's New luck. Discovery for Consumptionand found immediate A number of persons hero are inrelief, anil after using about a half doien bottles debted to Gov. McCreary for packages of Hotel. found himself well and has had no return cf the .Mr. Hen N. Allen returned Saturday disease. No other remedy can show so grand a garden seeds leceived. Minn Annie Stuart has our thanks from Texas, where spent the winter. He recordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for for the April number of the Hamilton is not enthusiastic on the subject of Wes- Consumption Guaranteed to do Just what is A. K. Penny's for tern emigration; gives a favorable report claimedStore1it Trial bottle free at College Monthly. Drug liar-rodsbii- rg - Husincss is lively among the fanners. Tiadersaie waiting for developments. Grass is lesponding beautifully to the genial weather. Gardens will close attention and there isa laudable purpose to stave oil' starvation as long as possible. Mrs. J. E. iltifl'mau, of Liberty, is visiting old friends at her childhood's home. Minn Julia Hradley went to Wednesday, to bo with her aunt, Mm. Soc Owens, iu her atllictions. Jiirry Adams in givinga smiling welcome to wayfarers as clerk at the Carpenter The licut slvc In the world (or cuts, lirulsc, ire, ulcers, H rheum, fever sorci, ietter,chap-pc- J Home and lot on Danville pike, near Hands, cliilM.iim, corns and all nkln eruplately vacated by V M anone Four aires of tions, .tnd positively cures piles, or no pay re- land in lot and garden Apply to A D ROOT, Stanford, Ky U-quired. It is guaranteed to tflve perfect satisfaction or money refunded SJ Price 5 cents per tuix. For sale by A. R. l'tnny, Stanford, Ky toll-gat- FOR RENT. . m m LTJMBER YARD! t have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. George D. Wcaren nnd t M llruce and will open n big yard at the one purchased of Mr W'earen Resides lumber in rough and dressed, I will carry a large line of indow sashes, doors and shingles, laths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by r S. O. HOCKF-Mr. W'earen. dr. w n. rr.NN rRAN'K V HERBERT, D. II S Penny ce court-house 3t Sorbsrt, B5 DENTISTS, w 4 el 1 hiiu-Kpr- it wanen-tublUlm- l. i '", ! j '' to-m- Mrs. W. T. Stephenson in president of Texas soil, but dislikes tlie climate, of the W. C. T. t and tho society meets mid especially the water. lie has three at her house every Wednesday after- grand objections to Kansas, stated thus: First, the people are nearly all radicals; noon. Dr. and Mm. W. II. Aruiendt art' second, they are infested by the Salvakeeping house iu her residence on Iun-cast- tion Army; and third, they are being street. Mm. A. is delighted to get driven into anarchy by female suti'rage. Mr. A. has decided, therefore, to spend buck to C. O. A good many of our young people his remaining days in Kentucky. Since Hilly Wright's successful tusenjoyed another impromptu hop at the sle with the C. S. H. It. there in a great College Hall last Friday night. -- Thanks to Miss I.uru Doores for disposition among our people to "take thorough-fan- . those two lovely punels she painted for rinkn" on that blood-thirst- y In fact it in our only chance for us. They are highly appreciated. We have not yet seen the new pul- eany living. The "home guards" were pit at the Christian church, but have not permitted to aid the groaning nation to throw oil' the incubus of a surplus in heard that it is at last finished. ltev. M. C. Morgan preached at the the treasury; by drawing pensions, which Christian church Sunday morning ami they were always patriotically willing night ami Kev. It. A. Hopper, of Leban- to do; bicycles are expensive ami dan-genand pay no premiums on broken on, Wednesday night. The entertainment at tho College bonen or unsightly contusions; and the Hall will take place on the night of tho eany positions have all been "accepted" Hence we look to railroad L'Otli, instead of the l.'lth, an stated iu our long ago. accidents for revenue. letter to the Signal this week. J. W. James and J. F. Hnlduui are HUBBLE. iu Cincinnati, each buying a large stock Marion Lane left for Ohio Saturof dry goods. Tho former for himself and tlie latter for G. W. James, who was day. S. Hubble bought a bay horce of G. not able to go. G. It. Harris is clerking for &V). T. iu Mr. Holdam's absynce. e Wallace Walter linn retimed bis forMr. It. II. Hnuiaugh, watch, has been returned here to his old mer iob with 11. 1''. KiiL'leman. 11. F. KniIeiuan is selling bis entire stand, nnd Mr. It. It. ("entry, with whom he exchanged, has been sent back to the utock of goods at cost in order to reduce Mr. Gentry's depart- 'it. Traylor iduey Dunbar. is about to rent his ure is universally regretted, particularly tobacco laud to Mr. Yeager for hemp by oiie sad heart. One lady, after reading the article in laud. It is said that Gulley on going from our last week's letter about the Sunday-schoo- l, asked why wo did not remind Kngleuian's went into the lumber and stave business. tho older members of the Collins Gentry, one of our former of their duty in letting so young a man us Mr. I loldam Stuart take the lead. good citizens, late of Texas, died suddenThe older members an sadly rem ins in ly of lieniorrlingi1 of the luncs. Dr. Carroll Kendrick will preach at their duty to the school and a reminder of this i.n not at all out of place, iu our Rush Branch the 'M Sunday iu April. He is from California anil will be enter- humble judgment. Messrs. Frank Fox and A. K. Gib- mined by a good basket dinner on the bons, of Danville, were in town Sunday. grounds. Mondav was the dav set to trv some Mm. lihoda lliggins, of Gioon'wood, is the guest of her daughter, Mm. G. II. of our boys, charged with disturbing wor-King. Mr. Will A. Hrook.n has gone to nliip at church. The boys all appeared Ninth Carolina to remain all summer. ' to stand a trial, but owing to bad colds it Mr. C. A.Smithem, of Yincennes, Ind., was utteily impossible for some of the wan heiv to see Miss Leila Doores sever- - Commonwealth's witnesses to put iu days ago. Ho certainly has an eye for their appearance, so the Commonwealth the beautiful. Accompanied by Mis,s put it off till next eoiut. The widow HouseV nag broke into Lura J'ooros they visited Stanford and Lancaster while he wan hero. .Mr. Joe .John Bourne's wheat a few days ago nnd Coil'ey and wife, of Danville, spent sev- he bent down a limb and tied a rope eral days with Mm. W. It. Dilliou. Hon. around the horse's no.-- e, and the animal Samuel Ward's son, Willie, who has been looked so high that it died with an upA stack of dead from home for several yearn, leturned lifted countenance. lust week. Gmit was tho rejoicing over geese was found in the same Held. BeMm. Sallie ware of lotting your stoek on another tin wanderer's letiirn. Hutchinson and her daughter, Heithu, man's wheat' who have been the guests of her futhCr's family, Dr. Doores, for sevenil months, 1 ft Tuesday for their home in Vilas, Col. Her many friends greatly regret ted to see her leave. .Mr. and Mm. J. W. Guest ami Miss Iunie, of Danville, have been visiting Mrs. I.uum Mooie. Mi.ss Lura fROYALMEVIS Dooies is in the country witli her sinter, Mm. Parish. er still-housstill-housj ' on Lancaster St.. oppo All work guaranteed to gite en site tire satisfaction Renews Her Youth. Mrs. I'hirbe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa tells the following remarkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by tne residents of the town: "I am 73 years old, hasebeen troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for many ears; could not am free from dress myself without help. Now pain and soreness and am able to do all my own housework. Ijowe my thanks to Electric Hitters for having renewed my youth and removed com- Ipetely all disease and pain. Try a bottle, 50- - land Si at A. It. Pennv's Drill Store. 1 THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. The greatet reduction in prices ever known at s shoeing and repair WALTER Ft F.LDS' shop. Thanking my friends for their past favors I solicit the same in the future. All kinds of work done in the best of style nnd warranted to ghe satisfaction or no pay. Anything in iron or wood that you want give me a trial and be convinced. WALTER FIELDS, Turnersville. first-clas- .'Lebanon Planing Mill, 1871. 1888. SALT. Seven-bush- el Isaai. Hamilton's, Rowland barrels at $1.75 at THOMAS . NEWLAND Is a Candidate for reelection to the office Jof Sheriff, Mibject to the action of the democracy JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, as Judge of the Is a Candidate for Court of Appeals from this, the 2d District, subject of the Democracy. to the action IJkmM .kjHEsH iHHSHH A Doors, Sash, lllinds. Frames, Casing, liase Moldings Mantles, Ilrackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, llalusters, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, will address Hawkeyc, Stanford, Ky Counters, Mooring, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Knugh and Dressed Lumber. Send for prices before buying clsew here. y House and Lot of CJ T 17 Ii'A OALiiJ. fromAcres, atthcSom-erie- t IS , Stanford. Good i'4 miles Spble, ivery, geed and barn, large garden, gooA house and all the outbuildings, fruit trees, Xc, Adjoins Henry and Smith Ilaughman I want $uu for It, which U very cheap Alex Martin, Stanford I n - OFFUTT, Proprietor, - - LEUAXON, KY I Parties who wish Icirltl-0m.ll- I. mate delectisx work done P I I Sle FOB. SAZiZ. House and 25 Acres Land Two miles South of Stanford on Neat's Creek W, CRAIG Address me at Carlisle, Ky. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY, Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire on reasonable terms London Is the most convenient point on the railroad 10 reach places in the to in the mountain section of the Stale S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, rr. VKRNON.KV, .Office next door to Whiteheid' Sptcul atleiuion i.vju 277-lf. ttdi:ie Drug Store. of i.li.ldren. TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. I offer for sale proately the properly on Dan. vllle street, occupied by V. L. Withers. 'I he lot tontains about iS acres and Ihe improvements are a frame duelling of 7 rooms, .1 cistern, stable, nee. The iront-ac- e esviry outbuildings and an orchard is sufficient for an additional building lot to be cut off, and I wll sell the property as a whole or in parcels. Gallon YVM 1IKICIIT, At Farmers National Hank 13 r. Kfctu . n iiockeii.src a c sine, si BLamXG MILL CQMFMY Manufacturers 01 i Flooring, Weathorboardlng, Celling, Elegant luriiitiirc, sharp razors an,d experienced Finishing; Lumbor, Mouldings, Sash, workmciimakcmvTonsorial Artist Kooins the Hair cutting, foremost in Etc. Sash. Doors and Blinds always hliaving :indthis part of the State the latest and shampooing done In In stock. most Improved style. Mr special attention will tsro " Ui-ii- J MILLINERY! 11 first-clas- s 1 beglxen to l.tdles'and children 10 JKSSKJ THOMPSON, htanforU, Ky J We hae received and ure daily receding our elegant line of Spring Milliner) We hiue left MT. VERNON, KY. 'thing undone to make our stock llcudes our Millinery, v. e uill have thr mghottt Call well selected line of Kmbroidery Material n Hotel is still maintainThis ol 1 and an I examine our stock Store mi Lancaster st COURTS & COX. i ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention Iu the traveling public. M. P. NKWCOMI1, Prop., . Mt Vernon, Ky. wall-kno- w NEWCOMB HOTEL. SADDLERY! Sj-ti- b" that a devil ulio lining about :t o'clock. .!....... ....v...-UL'PIMIJI'I (ii:o. (). Hvil.NKs. Kvcr iu lesu, wreaks his Ihein for living nieiely; and npito uiion the innocent without mercy. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. And to think that man's persistent un-- Monday was our regular county belief u'iven him access to those, helpless to be court, Verv little business was done iu millions: of "innocents," vvIiooukIiI liroteeted and shelteretl by his faith, couit. iu front of the store- The old That i.n tho worst of it. When will men .. . ... ii ..r .... i n...... ..f T 1. 1.. ..:.. . f'niitr.iv mill Wmi fin- .( .i .. in uii-niuiiioui M'O llllll Willi unpunioiiiiuie nni Paudora'ri box and Hoods I'aris is beinji taken down and a nice belief opens tlie world with vvrctclieilnes.n anil woe: awiiiu.' pin uji iu iih piace. Tho trial of John and Hill Stringer A futherVunfaith brino niinery untold oIlHprintr, a for shooting Johnson Chuuiley at Pittson his helpless and innocent on a burg came up again Monday before liuMiaiitl'fl on u wife; a brother' Judge Hakor. They waived examinaj;ontlo Hintor. This is boll's carnival S'UX) when tho innocent HUiIor for tho guilty. tion and gave bond iu tho sum of cruel ordi- each. And Satan has. crowned this Uncle Whitten Faris was taken w itli nance of his "kingdom of darkness;" by a congestive chill Sunday and is still getting nien to believe unil preachers to very low. ltev. J. C. Gill is out npiin, preach, that this is all the wine, Fatheily after a long spell of sickness. Sirs. J. C. action of a good God, Who in nonio mys- Jackson is back from a visit to Kansas daughterious way has ordained all this devil's City, Mo. Mrs. Uoggin and her Mrs. Mi ter, of Kirksvillo, is stopping at work for soino possible good. "Doing A. Faris. Win. Hrovvn, of the Echo ofevil that good may come." 0, judicial fice, wont to Jellico Wednesday. Fred ntultijication of tho "blind leading tho Parsley is traveling in Tennessee for W. blind" mid both heading for tho wnno II. Jackson A Co. Wednesday morning ns a party of "ditch," fust! When will thesofant-seal-oSwiss miners vvere on their way to Pittseyes ho opened? burg, they met a man named Carter, lhit I am getting away from "Captain who, witiiout a word or provocation, drovv his revolver and tired at one of Jnck" and the "Phantom" iu thus them named Arnold, striking him in the over an oyster Miell. heel, indicting a very painful wound. Wo "stretched away," as sailors talk, Carter was an esled by u. M. tovelacu across the bay and after u series of tucks, ami Jailer Phelps anil placed in jail to "brought up" sea lingo again at the await his examining trial Friday. trtiited mi? Iu irt .,, hi How clear it ' in M"l)Ho and New Orleans, Saturday i. i. .i. l...ii. tr,i..L-- , ' - iat-tra- p I I ,...,.. - who, Expert Accountant for four months ban been examining the accounts of Treasurer Weir, of New Albany, duds that he is $70,000 short. Mr. Weir is still in New Albany mid will stand back mid see his bondsmen pay him out. It is whispeiod that ho wan engaged iu margin speculations. He is a republican, of course. It is asserted that if the Direct Tax Hill, which is now on a deadlock iu the House, becomes a law one lobbyist will secure a fee of $160,000. The deniocnits are holding out bravely against the passage of the bill. Being More Pleasant To tho taste, moro accepUblo to tho stomach, and moro truly lonoflcial In its action, tho famous California liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, is rapidly superseding all others. Try it. One bottle will provo its merits. For sale by A. H. Penny, Stanford. m ' ""?"""" " "" Granger, J T UAKKISIias opened on Lancaster St., next dour to the Intcriorjourn.il office, .1 of saddlery goods which he will sell private-I- ) during tlie week mid on even Saturday and court day wilt hold auctions, wiicn he will dispose CAPT. of all kinds ot harness and saddler goods tlri.t-cl.i- ss JACKSON' HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. First-clas- a si 2 I o CO ti s Thoroughly Renovated and Ueftiriiishcd, Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters. of this Popular "7-t- f. House. K. S. MARTIN. r.KOiiiiK.ui, K., Mai, JNO. M. PERKINS iSij, POWDER Absolutely Pure. 'I his powder never taries. A marvel of purity, strength and uholesomenes. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phoiphatc powders Sold only In cans Koval IIakimo Pohpkr Co., tofi Wall Street, New York. ' I s CO z a CO o o (0 s Albright Jb Martin beg t inform their minj friends and customers of the change in firm name a MARTIN & PERKINS, X a" j)"MW's''4 I ! The new firm hopes not only to kuitaln the reputation of the old, but intends to make many improvements in the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest nf our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you forpast favors and asking fur a continuation of Respectfully yours, your trade, we remain MAR FIN A PKRKINS. j6m & THE FLORENCE S MYE1RS MOTIEIL4 STANFORD, KY., il 8yrup of Figa Is Naturo's own true laxative. It is the moit easily takon, and the most ofTectivo remody known to Cleanse the System when Bilious or Costivo; to dispel Headaches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For Kilo by A. It. Penny, Stanford. s. - E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Hotel still maintains This old and its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. ed that it shall be second 10 no conntry Hotel in the Slate in its Fare, Appointments, or Atten' nest. Ufgage conveyed 10 and tion to hi Sptcial accommodafrom depot free ff chargetions to Commercial Travelers. well-kno5 - B moi-alizi- 3 D CO I o O o a PO 2 n a WASHING MACHINE I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared 10 furnish nil who may wish 10 save their clothes from Ihe rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and bn convinced I'll not worry yuu about buying unless you arc fully satisfied as to its merits. The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success In every particular, doing all that Is claimed for it: Wm. Daugherly, J. W, Wallace, Dr, llsurne, Mrs. S. P. Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C, Vanoy, Mrs.Ainanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Uolu-claC. C. Fields. Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. K. Harrow, A. M. Felaud and many others. M.F. KLKIN. Headquarters at S. s Myers' store. H V O L 104 .W,,,!. SjSSisWs '!t , . 'II y ii y !! 111 I !'" T ,." if mi.tl.,(liy.iy.i.inl..-.- ,., liWnn.tfinwij '"" w 'I' w p , III !' ll.lt- ?T?yy;rr.iiy,'li.'.r5gaula jsSt'TiinO seas rxaynggg: j.wi1 tVwiii jjiiHtt5wSSSB8Bp8iii j ANVH1E, I0YLE COUNTY. A Georgia man committed suicidu Thk Kentucky counties are going right nlong instructing for Col. Bradley for by holding his breath until ho was dead. Sells Bros. circus and menagerie is and the prospect is that This is the third case over known of tho billed for Danville May .'Id. his Slate will endorso him for the posi- kind. A little child of Mrs. Iva Yelser is Stanfokd, Ky., Arnib 13 1888 tion unanimously. Of course this is very The members of the class of '87, Un- reported by Dr. McMurtry as very ill gratifying to us, who have always stood ion Theological Seminary, are asked to with pneumonia Having: consolidated our business of DRUGS and GROCERIES, hy the gentleman from Garrard, and our send the annual class letter and 75 cents W. The meeting at the Methodist church wo are now preparod to furnish the West End with tho purest Drags thanks are duo those who have so cor- for printing to Alex W. Crawford, class still continues. There have been two ad - to bo obtained, also Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stationary, Tobacco, . . . .. L .11.1...... ........ I dially adopted our suggestion to make secretary, Campbcllsville, Ky. M. it... i ' ' ' " ' ars ana a ruu lino oi family Groceries ana uuppnes aiways on The following very significant article him a candidate for the second place on , -- MrsJ.W.Kcvnoids,of bis Vegas, " ,,,.,,, iv which the ticket. appears in the Courier-Journa- l, hand PdUC0 f all kinds is as good as cash. N. M., was accidentally ,,.!., "I".., the missioner of agriculture, died ', lrank- - ' . v. v ... The i seems to have had a revelation: heart and killed by the discharge uuuio uj u i.imipui..ui. fort. this.r Thursday, iniiriiiiii?.. Sknvtou St.iskoud, of California, is an husband's in oppos course of Governor lluckncr revolver, which fell from his License for the umrriaue of II. T. & COOK, ing and defeating much vicious legisla- - announced candidate for the republican pocket while walking on the street. Uvcrstrcct and Janle K. Clarkson was liow-whition has given him and the party of nomination for president. lie will, The State Normal School building at he is the representative the conll- - over, fail to get there. No such decent Terre Haute, Ind., was totally destroyed issued by the county clerk on the 7th Inst. dence of the people to an unusual tie-- and independent man as lie will ever he by fire. The loss is estimated at ... m. Mr. Thomas Middleton, from 11 ..t.....l n . it...- 1.. l.i.l nf it... w.i.tlllill.MIII ...I. i " gree. mis commence snouiu encourage i'....i-"i"""""" and no insurance. Fight hundred succeeds L C. Alcorn as telehorts, Hi1 voted to confirm the rebel our leaders in carrying the investigation pupils escaped from tho burning build- graph operator. The latter has removed lim brigadier, Lucius Quintus Marcellus La ing without injury. of the .State Treasurer to the utmost to Grecnsburg. it, leaving no secret unrevcaled. The mar, and that damns him eternally with Winkey Morgan, condemned to die W. It. Moore has made an assignparty of the bloody shirt. one thing the party can not afford is to the for his participation in the murder of a ment to his brother, Itobert Moore, for shield or to seem to shield any man. It The following list of goods, suitable for this time of year, and buy O.v the bill to refund the direct tax detective, who ferreted out the big fur the benefit of his creditors. Assets and has not entered on a career of jierseeu-tio- collected during the war the National robbery at Cleveland in lfvS7, has been liabilities unknown. but of investigation, and this in- House has been dead-locke- d since April refused a new trial and "sentenced to Win. ltobinson was before the police them of me and get the best: vestigation must be thorough, rigid and 4th and it is still that day on the calen- hang June 1st in the Ohio penitentiary. court Thursday morning for a breach of will, we unrelenting. The revelations (ins Bocnnle committed suicide at the dar. Some of the sessions have lasted jieaee and Jaincs Welsh for injuring CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. doubt not, be of a surprising character, all night long, nothing being done save Henderson by sending a bullet through I projierty belonging to another person. and alarming the presentation of and action upon dila- his head. Dr. C. W. Clause, Chicago, showing a wide-sprea- d C. S. Jackson, administrator of the California Peaches, Cal. Evap. Peaches, disregard of the written law and of sound tory motions. goes to the other side by hanging him- late Dr. T. W. Jackson, will sell the per" Many prominent i " Pears, business nrincinles. Apricots, self with a handkerchief while un- sonalty belonging to the estate on SaturKoscoe Coxki.imi will be perhaps the " oliticians, many public officers and some Apricots, der arrest for selling a robe supposed to day, the '.lst inst., licginuing at l::t0 Dried Peaches, zealous reformers have drawn on the next distinguished man to be added to have been stolen. Raspberries, Turkish Prunes, o'clock 1'. M. State Treasurer as on a private bank, the fast growing necrology of 1888. Ho There is little doubt that Hon. WilOrated Pineapple, The portion of human remains found Cooking Figs, ' had an abccss inside of his skull, which which never refused a draft or protested liam L. Scott is slated for chairman of on McClcnden's ridge, In Pulaski counSliced Pineapple, Mince Meat, a note. The indulgence afforded by the was opened for the discharge of the pus. the Democratic. National Committee. He Early Juno Peas, The operation was very successfully will head the Pennsylvania delegation ty, turns out to he what is left of two Apple Butter, treasurer may or may not have had the peddlers, whom the Hill brothel's and Lima Beans, effect to stifle opjwisition or silence crit- - berformed, but he is liable to die at any to the National Convention and will unProsorvo3, their housekeeper murdered ami cut up icism, but whatever the motive of the time. Pie Peaches, Mackerel in Buckets, doubtedly conduct the canvass for Mr. for hog food. The woman has made a '. borrower, the purpose of the genial gen- -' . Corn, Cod Fish, confession and sivs that the men got C. vy muth has not ae-- Cleveland's tlemen in charge of the State's nff.iin.isl Gen. .ukkn Gov. lluckncr, of Kentucky, in a "J00. Tomatoes, 'ted the prohibition nomination for White Fish, plain enough at this time. The demo-- ! communication to the New York TribCongresMiian in this dihtnct and the fact . Oysters, Hominy, cnitic party's future success depends on that he will take charge of the Baptist une, says of local option in his State that LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. : Salmon, ; Dried Beans, . : i ,i: :. ... :. ... the thoroughness and the strict niipar-- 1 church . .j.i. irviivu. at Mt. Sterling seems to give 111 .11. Ill l.n.llllivr. ll . i,......i;,.;..i 1...1 I. A bill entitled "An net to provide' . Sardines, tiahty of this investigation. It ....."s. Bulk Pickles, n others. In Ins' . failure impression that he will not. is a for the punish meiit of in'tit lareencv in toot out all existing abuses. It must re--, Chipped Beef, : Bottle Pickles, opinion a high license is the best tein- - l.lllIOUHV IMIlt II t V ., ll!W will, however, litliin..! lit I - It s do ars fonu altogether, prevalent business ineth' peraiuelaw.-K- x. Corned Beef, A.,i.u..r'lli,.ii..-- : Catsup, ods. In this way only can justice be ,T ;s K,,j t)iat for wwrA years the Itecause the contractors would not Deviled Ham. Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. Senator Kinney has offered the fol. done to the people and the schemes of option of what to do with the ever ae- - increase their wages from $1.1?.") toil.oO our political opponents brought to (.,niuting surplus has worried the per day, about a hundred of the men low ing: A bill to repeal an act, entitled naught. When tho final ivport is made Brotherhood of Engineers. The Hur-- employed in the Tennessee end of Cum "An act to provide for repnirini; and MY STOCK OF STIIFLE GROCERIES FULL. thero will bo weeping an.l wailing "nl liuton Mrikt.' seems to have solved it, at berland Gap Tunnel struck. Notices; keeping in repair the public roads in gnashing of teeth, but this report should leat the larger part of it has gone to were posted in conspicuous places order- - Lincoln county," approved Februarv i4, 1SS.S. be so clear and comprehensive that ev- help the strikers in their fight. ing that none of the men should work at - t. oNton, tin- - upstart ish member from ery man may know that the truth, the KKEBV the price jwid, ami furthermore, if they Pell county, and Cox, of Wayne, came nothing but the truth whole truth and NEWS CONDENSED. persisted in so doing they would be shot near shooting nt one another Wedneshas been told. The L. N. lost $100,000 by the re- down in their tracks. The contractors day. We suppo i tut if they begin Comprising Mirly Rose, He.tuty of I lebron, Peerless and Hurbank. secured a force of men and staited them killing each cent Hoods in the South. A I'liii.ADKi.rin.i paper figures that other oil' we shall in the Kentucky Chautauqua will open to work. N'o sooner had they liegtin hazy future ls rid of tho Issly. the democrats have a dead sure thing on IS!) electoral votes and the republicans July tith at Woodland Park, Lexington. when then the strikers fired on them Liwver Davison, who also aspires with Winchester rifles and pistols and to statesmanship A bill making May .'lOth a legal hol182, with Indiana, Connecticut and as vvull, has been try-idebatable ground. There are 401 iday hits passed both Houses of the leg- killed five of the number. The sherifl of to have the legislature adjourn till Clarborne county, Tenn., has gone in next November after it concludes its electoral votes and it will require --'01 to islature. Claude M. Johnson, of Kentucky, search ol the murderers. present grind, but his prohibition was electa president. The democrats, according to this calculation, only need 12 has been appointed Indian agent in voted down 111 to 4:1. Davison is not a LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Sologion, as every one knows, but he to secure a majority. If they get Indi- Ari.ona. The report that Jay Gould was dead A little girl of W. A. Arnold is quite has gumption enough to discern a good ana, which seems almost certain, her lo votes will be three more than enough, or was a canard which is sprung every ome ill with pneumonia. thing when he hash and therefore wants Lincaster has five fish merchants. to hang on till the cows come home. He if they fail to carry Indiana and carry the and a while. Highest Market l'rice Paid For Cajit. Paul Iloytou has started on a No wonder our people aie hniinv other two with (i and 1) votes respectiveh ls the softest snap he ever had or ever . drillm, wj Maria, a little girl of J. ly, there will still be three votes to sparr. 1,000 mile swim from Wheeling, W. Vu., mVe uir.iin and he will give it up HAMS, AND has the pneumonia and is a very sick like parting with an arm or a leg. The On theotlit'r hand the republicans will down the Ohio River. Henry It. lowering has been ap- child. have to carry ludinna and one of the jHsir fellow is lo be pitied more than S. marshal for Massachusetts, Wliat has become of the Imisville t condemned, however. doubtful States to win. Kven niorehopi-fu- l pointed MM M Southern? It is time the locumsiiiokuin is the Cincinnati Enquirer, which fig- - to succeed (Sen. N". P. Hanks. Lillian Olcott, the actress, died in was being heard. CHURCH AFFAIRS. iirt'StlmtthedcinocRitsw-il- l Imve L'lll votes Overton Agee was married April 10 certain, while the republicans cannot Nmv ork fro,n tlu' l',K'cts of a mUl co"' - Kvangelist Cobb's meeting at Main In Paper Boxes, to Miss Ella May. The was aged 10 and on but 01. Tho name paper puts traded during the late bli.zard. bank Street Christum church, Lexington, con A slM',,iil1 '""IMteli from .Montevideo the bride II!. All of this county. California, Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, tinues, with about 70 additions. t,u wmier Itio Ja- E It begins to look like the K. C. will IS Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Or-- rL'I,orts tl,e " of J A mouth from last Wednesday the w 1111 -0 pa.sse.igers on 00:1m be the onlv railroad UinciMer will ever Southern cl'OII and Khode Island, with an aggiv- - "ciro Paptist Convention meets at Miss Ilurdene, of Jessamine county, have. Let us have a 'bus line to Preach- gate of 01 votes, in the list of doubtful the first church, Richmond, Va. it is was bitten by a mad dog and the chances ersville. States. This is entirely too rosy a view j claimed that the convention represents Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.-te- a Mrs. Lucinda Greenleaf, who was so! 1,000,000 of the matter, but that the democracy are that she will die from the effects. church members. - A Texas fanner stabbed his daugh- will win mid Cleveland himself. badly injured by a fall recently, is very i - llev. II. T, Daniels has hail to ivsign tor times, killing her instantly, be-- j ,ow fL.11M ..ret'iiteitaincd s to her we have no doubt. the pastorate f tit Paptist church at -. j-cause sue married against ins w isnus. recovery. Gla"gow-oaccount f '.tiling health. MARK HARDIN, Clerk. The president has nominated I'rigi.The House Pension Committee hasdi and Simon Poli-vu- r His phvsicians say Giover Cleveland that f. months' rest termiiied to report favorably the pauper! dier General Georgu Crook to be Major Hacklier would make a good team to may restore him sulliciently to begin pension bill its it passed the Senate, with General, vice Alfied II. Terry retired, carry the old democratic ship to a safe preaching again. . an amendment which u'tves every Noith-- 1 htwk company at Jersey City, N. harlsir. Hev. W. C. Youinr, of the Central ern soldier a monthly pension of one J., with 81,000,000 capital, has been or- The villain who called our home pa cent for every lay served in the win. ganizud for tho construction of air ships. per the "K. C. News" had best keep out Presbyterian church of Louisville, has III A I received a call from the First PresbyteriThe depen.lent pension bill is the one ,, j,,H of Mr. Hughes' way.as Dawsm has blood Tu. ,nst (( t,a Ku1NW an church (Walnut Ilillsi of Cincinnati, ent and i,l:icK- winch .senators llecu, h ,,, ,.)osed under the l S. Supieme in his eye. at a salary of il.tKX) a year. He was call .00,(XX burn ilenounced as involving (,,ll(.trt ed last Thl. Ti Fliny wi K,V4, CouU (WWon ,M t,Rl zi,lj()M Un year by the Centie College, of 000 outlay and on which fugalls 'P,Stf H.WI at the opera house here Saturday eve- - Danville, to assume the duties of its his eirort. It is a monstrous raid, but it , Tw Xt,w Yf)rk TrjInL wlVi tho u, Ilnft Airil 1 1. Proceeds for the bene- - president, a position which his distinwill no doubt lie passed, l.od reigns, ..,..:.,.. s,,.mto ,... ,,lllflrlll c!ir. fit ot the W. C. T. I. guished father first held, but declined. . though, and the government at Wash lisle if the nnsideiit aiiniiinN hiiii Chief When the Ixniisville oiillieni is - 01 ington still lives, with t J rover Cleveland Justice. opened from Ilarrodsburg to Iuisville, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. at its head ready to stand between the in-- 1 Ijiiicaster will have another express line TihIiI county diniuirnitri and bounty-jum- dorsed the administration of Cleveland to Louisville-t- he More horse a.ls. ee O. J. (lows treasury and the coffee-cooler- s Cnited States. 1"1 pers. " ''' l'"r -- A Knights of Fythias lo Ige w ill M ' and Puckner at a meeting l.eldat K Ikton -- A hulf million dollars vvoith of stal- established here about the --':!d instant. (iov. Hi'i'knkr having clubbed a iiuiii-be- r w'"1' cxhibite.l at Lexington Moll- nfin Vi.... ' for tnti.l l1iiwln..uu l.nw There will bo not less than three lodges! --Iof their loaded bills, the Louisville " day, horse show day. delegation, which with perhaps one or! just drawn a pension arrearage of .l l,- - in attendance, and a big time is expect Having secured tho services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch- Limbs are quoted in Cincinnati at S 000 and will get tL' a month hereafter. ed. 11 lot two exceptions, is about as sorry '" "' ' maker with W.S.Ferguson went to Covington mi &" work done with neatness as the city could send, have gotten clean He lives hi ltatli county. victivc.',",, and" "1 fcdrl A democratic caucus Wednesday Tuesday. Uncle Jordan Perkins is still out with lii 111 and are disposed to fight .1. c. Johnson bought of I). 11. stagg, and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit tho should very low. Dr. Win. Jennings and John him on every ociasion. The board of night decided that the dead-loc- k Jr., his lot of lambs, to be deliveied' eye. of the city has already endorsed he broken by 11 postponement of the di- -' K. (ireenleaf, of Richmond, were heie trade about the 10th of June, at " cts. Wednesday. the noble old governor's vetoes, and to-- 1 ''ct tax bill to next December I). 15. Stagg, Jr., sold to Thomas C. Lead ami silver mines in Scott John KouriiCgWas tried in the police niuht a mass niectinir of the citizens will Kollllison II I logs, Weighing about '.00 TO n..r ci.nf. cmil Wi.ilni.mlnv for tvill mid lii.iiiiiiii-- r. !... i.. .. ....!.. Ullllllil'l Hllli:n null, :,u iviivm-iiiii, ......v ......... S.IV 111 ii j in ..............! which show 1nroncrtiiw nf at .1 cts. lives are either too fiesh or too venal for. ' the former and HO per cent, of the hit - a horse belonging to Mrs. Sutton and I"""ds, lor .nine ileliveiy, -- The William Anson Wood Mower ter, are to be worked by a Louisville held to the circuit court in the sum of tlit m. and Reaper works at Voungstow 11, Ohio, syndicate. i$:o. liond was readily fuinished. Ani:n spending five days discussing The Supieme Couit has dechled that ' -T- wenty-four dogs wcie in sight on burned yesterday morning. Los .,V).. hmi em '" "'Hfl' Htfi (iov. Ruckiier's suggestion for the "I- - what is commonly know mis the "Oleo - the square in Lancaster this morning. 000 and oOO men thiown out of woik. of a coiiiiniNsion to uiuki u pointment Wakefield, Moielaud .. C. hav Act" Is constitutional. Jus - This would be a good place for Pasteur J33SSTltr sstrf -- -. thorough exaniinatton of( all the public tic0 arMII deliveied the opinion, J us - to locate. Four-fifth- s .- -fliO of our citizens aie sold to Louisville parties sj nittle to be , otlices at Fiankfoit, the jackassical S.Va-- til.e ;j,.1( dissenting. , delivered on June 10 at Ijainl cents per certain lo have hydrophobia this sum-A .,, M day statesmen decided not to los... The I I 'ir.i-(il,- . m ." pouml. These aie the cattle that aie be- S Thomas, of Palis, has icsigned iner. &zztjetc& Arj' ht House, however, voted to piolong the a, commissioner of the branch peniten-- . -- The (i lee Club, consisting of four ing fed at the Wiley Seaicy distillery, ' session till May 1th, thus lullllling rtluiyMt because of the failuiu vouiig men of Kentucky rniveisitv at Danville Advocate, prediction before the assume b.idy met , the (iciiei-.i- l Assembly to jnovide s.,. b.xhigton, will give a concert at the op-- 1 In our Iioise columns this issUt. will a n- - wm .am-MMnMHmfjt that the .May now era wouin nioom ie- -' ,;,. fl thecoiiiinission. Friday evening, April 17, !" fuinl the advertiseinents of lirvnn, . ? r?.vwniH iLsn t.ru 1(,se here i .... iiiv. -up ns Mis. K. L. Harper is conducting her for the benellt of the Home Missionaiv (l.lSOund Kingold, by .Metroi.olltan, dam treasury. liiisb.ind's business while he is sojourn- - Society. These voung gentlemen sang' Joette. These hoi ses aie owned by W. fi Cov MiCituviiY made a veiy conclu-- 1 i"g i the Ohio penitentiary, and is do-- heie last Christmas and gave gi eat satis-- ! S. Wighaui, w ho resides near Moreland, , u.. iKkiw m I i M ii r .1.' .. jiik . r. and who will gladly give fill ther infonu- sive and exhaustive. speech last week on Ing it well. Hie has just purchased a faction to their hearers. - Having only part of a railroad, Un- - ation of them If tlesired. 9SESSS!5SsssKB5e his bill to establish a diked States laud controlling inteiest in the lliversitle John V. Myers is as happy as a caster can boast of six daily mails, two, court, and to provide for a judicial in- - hon and Steel Works. i& 'gBi3HEByBB5cgBffCWBWaB vestiJittioii and settlement of private land! A woman at Richmond, Mrs. Fran- -' express companies, two daily stages to young husband is over his first baby. l ccs. siivs the Clinuix'. Is incuchiiur tlmi Danville, one to Stanford, one so Nichol The reason is that his fine black inure by claims in the Territories of Arizona, New to Huckeye. Lincoln Chief has dropped a beautiful in tho State of Colorado. The prophecy has been fulfilled and that the asville ami u Mexicqand court is only to last four years ami those Savior is on earth, for she lias just re- There is but one thing that can prevent dark bay horse colt, by tiainbetta. Tho who know deem it of the greatest Im- turned from Illinois, where she saw him. a citizen of this goodly town going where promising youngster has been named portance. The bill will likely become a Mrs. Fiances' place seems to be in the he pleases and that is the almighty dol- Kolicrt Harding, in honor of Danville's Lexington asylum. splendid young lawyer. ' lar. lavr. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal vice-preside- nt Special Announcement. P. WALTON, i 7 ,.,,' ,,.. w'o ..... " ,,.. B. v WEATIIERFORD IIuNtonvillc, l,mn.Jat .. ...Ky. ch ' i" liar-rodshur- g, n, I ' ........ -i ., ..,,.' " , I I I HLMYS J NKW YOUK HUSH POTAIKS, New-Jerse- n; white & VE1.1.0W oarioisr SETS, BTTLK AND PAPER GAHDE1T SEEDS. SHOULDERS JOWLS. 4 SIDES, l , j TH tor BEST INTHE WORLD. USTTRY IT. j Mii-cce- 1 ,, ca.ii vo.n ' j I ,,,, PLEASE OBSERVE --- il" ... , l M'ROBERTSSTAGG A FTQILiL ADBTMUKT - 1 j -- ,, J'",k-Monda- 1 "" WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. my lS 1 i V'. - !- -- r GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. 'v'Sffi -?T mai-sirii- ui -- j ."1 . Tn .- ii !k.'.i JRrtttlft jl-c!!:Pr- Ul" ,rzm Hiim-iii....- i . ""'.u.i.j.iWfji''MvTri.Br. ' LccigaE3SSK! ly WAXiXi PAPEB and FTTRIT1TX7OT. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. $ Ut ' t .f tl t "S. Vs.i i- - v : li-itk- . 1 . MiiUMifrffcitWSriwi ni. sn,r..TM.syswliiwii,fa MWrlriW;VnrTVttrntivHir.-iTi)nuiiiriii.Tl.tji- .l n S i, " ' .S4 n,,i'ia.mnrh.i n r. .,.i ,...-.- I ,n ; i,n,f ,i,... .,... y .in i ni .Wi . M r n ,ri Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal " For a good clean shnve or hair cut g to Jesse Thompson's barber aliop. I " Tiik rain of .Monday wuh Hiicceedcd by uslight eold wave Tuesday. It wiih chilly WiitTKWAfiiiNn neatly, cheaply and yesterday, with indications for slowly risStanford Ky AriUL 13, 18H j heatitifully done by Stewart A HtRgiiiH. ing teinper.iture. . j Ni .vnki.lkv will bo in the wool A. T. Wk will have our opening on Thiws- PublUtiod Evory Tuoady and Friday. tra(,. t,jH yvar m, ,ay cash day, Friday and Saturday, April 'JO, -- 7 -- K.C. WAfcTON, dub, Manager Nt k line of plaids and plain drew K,,il jukI receiodiitS. II. KliuiikH. Ax elegant new line of pnnts patterns and eassitneres for spring nml Niimnicr just received. Owsley A Craig. 'I XKW ADVERTISEMENTS. UK NEW GROCHKY AND HAKDWAKK HOUSE OF 3 with a a good ocition in FOR S ALE. A ttmll Hock of good a couiilry store Address Country More Care w. I I ?Io Would kindly Walton Stanford Ky. (18 Bo ak HUSTONYILI.E, KY. RAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP. I. juicy' mmIci and block and rciittd the ivll.ir he occupied, I will inuve mi-rme pruteiu wun my mcji. Itcmeinbcr lor the pl.ice, under V.inArsd.ilentoru mm XV. V. HAMSBY. SO M TUCKER the titie -- at price for it. t, IaIiiK IioiikM I. cuir attention to the fact that he h.nji1t returned front frch and well.selecled stock of GUW-OHUHKIBSS.-, lr;(e, If:- -' 1MUK YKAIMNAOVANCIO and , A if . V. W handle the celebrated Lexington I'.itent the consists nf the standard brands of Kurope and America not so paid $U.60 will be charged 'su Flour in, Stone and Woodenware, and a complete line nf Cigars and Tobacco, Wagons. Farming Till Faniilv Concert Companv at the SUKOKON Dr.NTIST, I can make it to your interest &c ask a share of your patronage. Implements, llehesing - - Kkstuckv, TUCKKK Respectfully, Stanpokd, J Tiik Till Family have arrived and are ( rand Opera House in Cincinnati and L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. preparing to f;ive us a musical tieat to- - pronounced it an eleptnt as well as a O.Tice otith tide Main, lo doori ahovc Depot St, that will biiiv; be remembered. wonderful entertainment. See-- thorn at JOjpm iiilit Mail train Kolnr. Norlh Jtpm South Walton's Opera House A vKiiv handsome and unifpie hu in 1148pm treis train " houlh Ijoani the shaiu of a banner has been put up by North Tiu:(ialt House, Louisville, has no su6 JJ m Analytical Chemist, Local freight North 6j$pm the enterprising llrni of S, 1.. Powers A perior anywhere in these parts and conSouth.. " - - - - - KENTUCKY. he laltrr trains lo curry passengers sidering its prices run from $2.50 to $4 a LANCASTER, Sotsr Co. ITie above is calculated on standard time, Male a specialty of coal, mineral water and lime is about o minutes faster. Orn entire stewk of carpets, wall paper, day, it is the eheajiost. Manager A. H. mincraliinal)U. Analytical wurL olany kind. Send Cooper and Chief Clerk T. A. Mulligan, for a circular 13 window shades, lace ciirtins, curtain K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. AND WALL poles, Ac., is 'now comjilete. Owsley A are cleverness exemplified and make all EDWARD H. FOX, who stop at the famous hotel to feel at 'Irani leaves Rowland iljjoim and returns at Craig. ( p ni. From 100 to 150 per cent cheaper than ever bclore known in Centril Kentucky WmJow Shade to home. ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, suit all combination nf Wall I'aper Largest stock to select from at A K OlMIIOS'i I'arlor, U.in county, Houiidstone, At ville, Ky. I iiavk been to Iiuisville and CincinMEANS BUSINESS. DANVILLE, ICY. Albert T. Flkin has been apjiointedpoht-mustel'alnts, Oils, Varnishes and Painters' Supplies, Window Glass, etc nati and bought my stock of spring and in pliice of W. II. Albright, 1'IANOS AND OIIOAN'S. Agents for John Church A Co s Musical Merchandise. new building opposite Has moved Watviikm and jewelry tepaireil and summer millinery. I will have an ele- the poMdlice to hUit elegant than ever prepared to and better warranted. A. It. Fenny. hc pulilic with fine pictures from gant stock of everything in my line and accommodate to life sue. Satisfaction guaranteed. photograph Tiik liest place to buy Irn, patent Wk will furnish a diagram for the fa- ask all the ladies to call in and examine. medicines and toilet article in at A. H. Penny's. ble on our lib p.ige, if it is too obscure Will let my pations knowlaterns to date O. W. METOAL.F. JR , Huy vour sclnsil lnmks, ink, tablet, for the average reader. It is the effort of my summer ojienlng. Mrs. Kate ATTY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. schmil jieucils p.t'r, fruiii A. andFenny. supplies nf all of a townsman. mm U. kiiulH nAHHOUKVILLE, ICV. It was all a joke about llright Feuell iKuvi:iiH:its at uual prices at guarantee all watches and every arWill practice court in Kastern Kentucky. I ticle of jewelry I cell to be just tin repreTill Family wanting to lie marshal. He only wanted Ksaminations in.iny titles made asnccialtv. Any mmr A Slagg's for the rtC iJ ij NA- - Mil Hi H?, . . f land sented. A. H I'enny. Concert Company at Walton's opera to worry Fete Hampton. It was said slic tracts of timber, coal and mineral lands for , yesterday that (icorge S. Carpenter stood sale Information turnished on any point and cor-- ! llotiM' thiscM-uiiu:retpondeuce solicited SOMEWrTAJERSONAL. the best show, but Newland was DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Tiikiii: N talk that the lutst Tennchsee, circulating a petition, which was To Farmers of Lincoln and Casey. Miss.li 11 v Pot i.i.h1h visiting fiiends lieorgia is about to purchase ,K.il(, jKUi!tl 1)y ,u. u,si j,,.,,,, Virginia ,lsvjn), at Faint l.ick. FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Central Cut. .1 , 011 Co.sTf and wifeare visit the Kentucky connect and extend it from t(nt ju, j1(l n.jjm.,!. hase tonight the "Pride of Nelson" Stiles' Phy lclan prcsoriptiont .t curately compounded. Living-to- n to with it. ing F.Idcr .Ins. Hullou. We can save ou 30 per cent on souarc patent Tin: Snxtou National lank at St. .loe, rail fenre wilt make vour old post and rail fence West F.u.l. Miss Asmi: ltniios. nf the Tin: Masonic I.olge has teccicd its Mo., uhii'li u vcitr or so iil'ii lm! a little stand .is long after Itit falls down as it has stood,1 ever was for five cents per and stronger than is visiting Mrs. Thninas Metcalf. A II McKlNNI.V, (Caey. niau'tc lantern and paraphernalia for panntl. siiakv and causc.l manvof .Mi;s. A. M. 1'ki.m went to liuiswlle Hustniitillc, Ky. conferring of the dcgiccsand they llH l)vra. ,,, N, outi twarw a .piarterlv THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, W McKIN'NIJY, Agent, Stanford. Mrs. A.. I. tiro. yesterday t will be used at the legular meeting next ,ivi(Il.nil of L.j ,,t.r ,.,.,. on tlu.;',ht. Its Winchester, is Mon.lay night. .1 wu-.CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Hisii, Ivmj., of . ,. , The old Masons who . , ., si.niii.. with his uncle, Mr. It. K. Harrow. . Kver brought to this market. Prices lower than & lint's ttst Kiisiii In (i litilirs (if uiillli film , .s:5.s!i; itssuriius to ijTtti.txio ami its tie - mrrrt .1 V. A. Mniuiuw. citv attorney of v the lowest Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. oiiKiit ui ne on mum ami get warmco .((its ,() i()k),i(;i, ,y. .1. W. McAlistor lllto GESTS' FURHlSIl paired on short notice and warranted. "4sV- 338SK-iiiJdlWireret, was attending nuirt Tuoday. over tne csium'. js vtU II uti'Hit, of llustonville. 513 4th St., Louisville. Mas. M m.i. 11: ImixIh-o.Fdns- II. Chmu & Sox, Manford, Ky., Fish Sinus,. Messrs. Smith Irwin, V. with Mis.i MittrKie Hooker. The fashions of the dsy in the (Jems' Furnish. Mas. IC It. .Ionhs i back from Iiis-ville- , I. Fnekanl und .1. It. Owens ate back have opened a fashionable nieichant till- - ing line will always be found in my store. I am whither shf went on a slioppintr (ri. mi the Cumberland river, when' they hiring department, in connection with ' agent for the ludnnipolis stetm Laundry, the m the world. , . trli. ..lit in tine day 82 b.tss, weighingfrom their business to manufacture here men's bo1 Mil. John 15ii.kv, of Kansas City, one to three oouuds. Mr. I'ackard is Hiie suits, under the iimim'cmcnt of .Jr...r.-- . . . r . . w ,., - r . . r Surreys, Maetons, BUCKDOardS, Koatt UartS and spring wagons, .Mo.,haslK.cvi.iinghisson,Mr.T. .1. lltirmilhritv for the nu.nberof Hs, and W. Harker. formerlv of Danville. Kv.. to 1 1 1 11U U IStwley. bit doubtful as be assihted later bv n New York artist. l those who are the lesst the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Mil J. T. II muiis is in lniisville buy- to the truth of the statement can satisfv Customer have the privilege of having ing a big stock nf groceries ami confec- themselves by calling on Mr. I'., who suits cut and made here, or by Ilrown tioneries. lias preserved the heads and tailsof each ing, King A Co., New York, or THE LARGEST f AND FINEST , Miss I'wnik Hokis, of Campbells-ville- one of them i; Ilrown, Philadelphia, at popu- T i sPTa n. T IflTFTl rTfVIVy TtAflltlT auu pnuca. iOsis) rs)sVkl uuuoio was the gm-- L of Mix. U. S. I.ytle wmcicut nsV..1.M am1 hwiaaii vui auuoiv ilAMnirllH lrirYAlf rtf fhfl hflttftT' nUJLiLs 1 lJtir. Vill X. litr nri.es.' with about 1.000 foreiLM. an.l Ni:w (ioniis Knit iM.. ' i nous smi". " in: this week. meriejin laoncs to select mini, quali grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the lirm o f S. I. Powers A: l.. t '! t,i,visr nml Midi's MatV ' lie ty, style and lit guaranteed, or no sale. RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDICo., of lhi place, nix'iicd an immense .,..,,. ami Johnson, Maggie it,. trade. Come and see our goods before making ycur selections. NG) TO ROOMS. n attempt is being made by II. . I, isitiug at Shelby t ity, stock of goods in Imcaster, Ky., ThursHt.tit hae been You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. ..i.lish 'another Wayne day of this week. They are live business )lM a,1(, olhvn ,() Mu. J. N. men ami will make things hot in their school district, which will take in TL'KKISIIA- RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOTEL. county, where he went to see his sister, line. They have just opened nut in and the ICast Knd of Stanford from Mrs. ft. C. Huncan, who bus Wen unite their new double store, on opposite side lajg.tn Avenue down. Those interIJS.SIS, r J II II I. ION sick. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. of their old stand, in Stanford, where ested claim that the new school building Mii. Dii. Cox, of Stanford, is at the they art carrying an immense stock and KT ATT was put so far in the West Knd that sick bedside of her son, Charley, who is will lie pleased to meet all their old cus- their children cannot attend and they IIKAI KKS IN Columat the lesidenceof Dr. (i r.idy. tomers and friends. propose to tax themselves sullieiently to bia Spectator. Merelianclisc, and run a school Mils. M. H. Mt Ai.isti:ii, accompanied ROWLAND, KY, Tii: editor went to Iouisville Tuesday build a by her daughter, Miss Mattie, has intending to represent the great county nine months in the year. There is some Have Jut opened a new stock of Men's and ltoys' a protracted visit South. from nf Lincoln in the prohibition convention kicking both at this end and the other. Clothing. Hats, Capi, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Hoods, Nutluis anil Kumily (irocerics. Also (Idlers in Dan ville Advocate. but when he learned that Mrs. Nield It is n little hard on this end, after they Coal Countrv nroduce taken in exchanze for Come hiKhrst .Mu. S. V. Cotton, of the linn of would oppose his favnrite hobby to let 1,!,yi I"'"' ,,,MS "' MVim' '"' 1'ivscnt Cools atIciirn the market pricein trade. one, e inir all, .tntl ndvantaKes building. A: Coltmi, Middleburg, was in pantaletted old in. lids the (i)w it Tuesday, returning from Cr.ib Or- ciowd up to the polls and vote, he knew Cuu. tit Cot itr. In the case nf .1. 31. chard, when- he had been tin a prnspec-tint- : it would be useless for him to attempt to Wmy against t leStanfonl k llustonville Life tour. stem the cuneiit her eloipience would Turnpike Co., for :?.',(( xj damages, Judge Mil. II. T. Hfsit was cjtlletl to Clark prtstuce, so he returneil jestenlay Co., Phila- gave peremptory instiiictions nijMnirnw y bv a telegram aniiouiu- - disgust. Another reason was that lluek fnr the defendant. count v Ileer wusripe and he was afraid that ing . the . probably fatal illness of h V. H. Wriidit. wlm was iiHmed In-- n It is .in old .tin! horuu;hly reli.ililc,i"nsir,.itl,t' .. i . . .... . i.. ..I i. ' , with $13,500,01x1 euuesuiis lirotlier, i.ein ihisii. nlllt t,.,,,),!,.,! i,ke home of tlu tniFn on the Cincinnati Southern, in i.iiinp.in,, now In it 41st scar Its ratts nrt as ascts .mil i,sno,ioi nurplns was still lying at the point .KT.tt says he bivthren. He niw issti, got a eidict Wednesday for Sl.OfH) low .i ,niy old mid reli.tlilo coiiip.ni, with diviunsiirp.isscd reputation fur lair dealing of death. Mi. W. K. Veatch though, ami he prom - damages. K. K. Wright vs. ltiehanl iliiiiK ewtlled liy none and plans to suit ccrybudy men to its Wuiild'cill the C.n.. T. W. V minov and A. K. Denny iw,j t ilt,l,l Lincoln county down. Hurnett, decided in favor of defendant, new endowment, atteniloii of business and 0 pi r .iiciiinuljted surplus went to Frankfort Tuesday to endeavor sent Kiinranteed bonds plan of policies. s. K. Owsley vs. Jerrv an.i llarrv iViiuii'ii insured on the same rate as men . Mimm.k III r mi:. Mr. L. li. iiooch, of Iiw ver D.iv (,. s.iMin. tin. judgment against the former only. JOHN K FAULKNEH, ..... .... , DlstrictAgent for Keiitucky , "4 mail lull, wnicii ne nir. ims,eu sued the I. sc X ' fnr ' A rather remarkable the following: , ." upon A Trti: Central Kentucky .Medical Associatiou will meet m the ISthatthe I'hu jx 0tcl, Lexitlgtnll. L'S, and cordially invite all the ladicH to be present. Courts A Cox. (UMOTOES FAMJCJLY I '1 I iiknti.kman residliiK here Kiiw My aim shall lie at In endlesn aricty, dainty in quality and satisfactory in prices, this I guarantee nil times tinupply every want in my line. My stock of HAKDWAKK and I'OCKKT CUTI.KKY 11. I I H.A.EVANS,A.B.,A.M. . I SPRING OPENING! PAPER DECORATIONS r, A. E. GIBBONS, BAKrrXJCX.E, KY. Dud-dera- r. m I A Tj mmmm - Mo -- WlTTCTCt m i I S! PENNY. -- . 281-tf- ) indus-tiiousl- y j j j I I ' thest.H-khold-bette- r 1 i- -it 1 s ..... j .... . WOOD WALLACE, ! , TJ&xtZ&J6Xi V j 111 - i BUGGIES, .. - UrAJJ ,-- bit,, -- -- CARRIAGES! .,.. . J W'anu-mak- er sm sy aica 6J -- I well-know- n ' 1.11-- 1. j How-lan- d - GEO. D. WEAREKT, MiSLJSPG'K. K HI X.TO General &D XS school-hous- e SEW FURNITURE STORE -- ' I io-6- shoit-hairc- m - Tile-da- ... im-hi- - j t.r ...,, In the Pcnii Iutial Insurance dclpliia. 11 " rf - weak-knee- d , ! .- raw-all- a f f. I? HE NORTH AND SOI l n horse. the for sale will please (.ill at ........ Mill, where our LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' .. ..- llll nun. ne nny givw worse e,ei, ,.,. . . llllllflllirlilillillltir.Mlw,ififll.ili..ltiill.vli. .... v ..,..,,.., "IIU "l. si" Will til .III aCni...Illl.--UCf IUIIIIU 1.... It.IUUS- -, ul.n uill nlu. ill Ml .Int. mil Sim. iiv ...... ....., ... K i.'i- , Mm. f.... a HOURS.....--..,IN Top buggy 1..1 r.....i ........a, nmrnitiir ill best prices for same. Ilran and shliistuff always i.i,, man vs. M. C. INiitnian to force the con w. N rtiri'h. stock. just one year to an hour, when he died. Dunn. supt.. Stanford itoiier Mill Co. Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. tract entered into by the latter to pay t,x tf. .. ww . . . 'Diamond Dvi at A, A. arien s mod- Skvkiim. nights ago a couple of young $""" a year for ten years for the l'oitnian THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. nl giocery. society gentlemen of about Hi MiiumeiM, Hotel, was decided yesteidayby Judge NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.! 'Plllf, T JO X. AS SHORTJ.IXK. Morrow, who gave judgment against the, ft Nr.u -- ondsin tin- -, glass and iueeiis ( started out to see some of StaufonlV male beauty, thinking tliat the father of defendant for ." balance due on lent' .,hc ,i, nacy n,d, K s (..Mxh.i waie tit A. A. Wancn's Model (.Jrocery. the voung liulies thev weie to call on for SS(!, and 01 deied that the contract Major I Reynolds, L. si. uOomli, w H Miller, s CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 1, 1888. 1' the wus'WJiy absence of the editor eM.la.-..'f SnlMnj, f umi.1 i,e ,,.ncelled f.om January 1, S7. The I: ...,. ....I .if tl Uiemselves inKeuier innerninu inI tlmi liosiiniileinent is sent with sumI : .... i s; -- ....,t ..nit ,ioci.itid ...mis.iii I.vi.ii..,. lil'JVI) IJJ'. IiJOAD .DOWX. " crlior.it n " " " " ""i""" .f i...,liil.i. Imh' cil a v .t stiii.k ciiiiiii.ui umlir the torpor iiiij.wii.hu. i,iiii, ihm mi , l... nwii' '" I" " this issue. of Pol t until e1;iimel tlmt 1ml .te name ..- - the llililinit .mil w si) nosiiuu luruTRAINS NORTH mieii llinv I mi tnlkeil ill eleefnl - terms nl' I i i ill here. "TRU'a SoU'fir ".- .. ....v..U....T . . ..ii.,. kii.iii i until. mi ffo. 1. No 6. No. j. N,"".. .No. n No 7. Nu. j, business to be conducted is the buiidins Ui:mi:miiku that Owsley x LraigH are what an elegant evening thuy were gt- - for the right to sell liquor in the house STATIONS. N 1. Daily ladies' and gents' tine Daily. until these imitators of Os- - lie would not have made such a contract 1;;;;;;;$ Lx.Su,..' Dmly. D.ul siend, I).ul. .headquarters for g car Wilde reached their destination. A nml that it was so understood. On the m.......i 6 40 a nt 641 pm 10 ;j n in A.mcni slippers. 4oJPn. shoes and ,';;j;:i;',i;,;5l;;ii'w;uy: 95i-"..cintinnnii. A'rv iMn. lvi..Wiilium.towii l.'sc 53um . 547pm 935 pm 8.a,m ,, tt , i. ling of the dtsir bell brought to thedoor, 1st of January, lsn7, I'oituiaii notilied .Vecimu PuUski county line, r u p.irto? ( lo il in . ud 7 i a in is the ! L. M. SjtS, SSS.J?S SS , V5T;,. .::.:; '! :; ,,,,t the young ladies, n,t the old gentle- - Ikuighman that he would not pay any sB in 1 n in -- f i JJM ill (IS I'm 7 - 7 be ..,.,- - j n 3"r' xeg .. ji ,.m .......... .. . m ni j i? p .X,,,1;,!:,,,1, , foot high and other i has peas a ...j. jJp"" ()t, n.nt uflvr mt (latl.( ,Hll ttI1IlW ,aim ,,My ,!,.. ky mm Iimwtlfi uh() U, t ;I a m 3 iu p in imp Ml ... .:.;. I 05 etableH.isfnrttdvance.1. in.!.' ....'.-- .. tn m a v P ni II 0$ II meantime. The boys, scared nearly oirt for remaining and taking care of the o si nm 11 is a m s ji i m , ...... : ... ,. s ,ur, ikiukiiiiiiiii win taiie . ..I. ve ? 10 n in urn a in r i...l n.ittaniioaii 8 uam j ,r, .1 ,,. ...i.!.... t.. i... w,.,. in. ol their wils nv His illlL'llst anoearaiice.. - 01111 110 iierty. . . I r " "1' iii! aiiinnnreu hihwi ; " i" such tunesi 100011m' .Mill IOV Ol everyiioiij,1 '" ,. .. r'v 6 . j in 600 pm L',e ClMttinooi,.! 850am thousand dollar., w huh .lull be pm .a Mom I dumbfounded, 'irowing tired of the case to a higher comt. ..Allalla Ar'i i lupin, jiipm 4 Jo l in L'nndS llllU jUSt r,,..,,:..,,,!., s II. banks'. ,,,,1 ,u,uciiiinoiins and upon such terms .is the i. pm " io pm l.',s ...liiriniiiijhani I he motion fora new .1 IS u ijpm Hank- in waiting ! see what they wanted, the u.reri.irssh.ill pres.r.be 1'iiscalnxsa duo p m ii (8 a in i ( , ,i n (.all... ..ml ..viuiiliiii thfiii ...l.'se iii.im miopm Meridiin geutlenmn of the house inviteil them to Hubble case was overruled by the .l..d,e i wuin il ijjim ( lou m Ar'v 5 jam jo a m Ar'v .New (Irlvaus., .).', v m p .... 6, 9 soipi't h, r board; and .. such... di ..elected a , .. Tin: Sells llros.' United Circiis will ex- - tvtln- - n mt Htav till they could think of vesterdav. c . .' T...... the jiiain I. 've, . ..Meridian... ,Ar', iiinipm ue elected oil tne nrsi n.uuru.iy 111 yoo.iiul.Se Jackson, .M, Ar'v 61SJHII . 'Ihe sllit nf lliggllls VS. tilt) m own of rectors shall ,i..,r.md shall serefr cue eariiet Libit at Danville ;M. It Is getting time wmt thev came for. After sittimr in a t.aL, 11 loam l.'se. ,.Vii.ksliurv; 410pm ) ihir clculoii. s..,d board shall alsneieit . ( jop iiiL',e..,.Monror .'...1005.11:1 one was coming here, as none has Ionn thinking attitiKli for half an hour or CnibOichai'd, which has been . tn the viiMiinK and treasurer lirk .1 ,...' 8 tj pm Ar'v.,.,Shreveport .., 111... tinnjp l he highest .nnmiiit or iudehteilness In sslncli more one of the boys summoned courage Colirt Of A ppl'llls Olice or twice, Was Oil so since 1 HSo. corporate n inuy at any lime subject itself N. II. Train N'o. g leaves Oakdale at 6 oj, A n, and arrives in Chaltmtia ni , , i, ,..i ltas enough to mumble out that he wished to trial last evening, it is tor damages sus- - J,,, j, exi.eeij e thousand dollars. Call ami examine our elegant line of seo the old gentleman's son, a boy of tainetl by reason of a house belonging to I , J M Ch.itlaiiooua at. co, I'. M and atrivcsat Oakdale at 7 13. n',K;i;o'raehdebk,,0,d" Mann lloudoir liuffct Sleepinj; (Jars on all train,. new spring dress goods, consisting of M. T. n II. CIU.IIItA.V, 1. .. I I r . .V P.,, A.", the nlaintiirbeiiiL'set on firo and burn- - i.. t;. csoooh, W. H. Heynoids,II.K. s. (looih, JOHN C.OAULT, (Jencral Manajer, cotton, American their own ago, and with this young , HunevKloid. Csldwell, Jr., . ' all wools, wool and Mller. K R. CARROLL, General Superintendent, our courting friends passed the I'll, uecause u was nuegeii u was usen j; 'olll,g: Oenrrat Offices, St. l'aul lluililliic, West fourth Street, CTiivTnnlti, Olik. and French sateens, Ac, Ac Owsley A evening. 'Stanford, April f, .88. for iniinoral purposes. ' "ira months fniiii V,,,lV ' i mil tuvre was not sutiicient evidence to TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY, s'.J,ti(',.ii.iv.Tenn.. Call, was in tn see the day above mentioned one of his lit . l...... ti., .1... t.:n: i i: i. mm mi- isiiiiu twin lllliillll lieuu- i... .. ' . .1 .....1 .1 I....I. ., t iIU1VU HI ik'l 'kl4li iIII' i'iiiirs.. Illlli U IS ' us Wediicsoay. ..eiom gence, ami peremptorily i,,s,u.ed the "Vf s"nf.U,,hS,pei.a derail" mIi'i I" M. !lf - , .;., f equal in ipiality of flour, ue think the citizens ol deciileu to siari a reiuoiican papei fullv jury to ti tn a verdict for half the the county snoiiui nave county unuc khuuku iu t ll.iwever, after a long time, the in Lancaster and woul.lsend out his amount, that being the sum for which a palronie and sustain the same. Ve wish to inin that we tsm.e about the llrst of May. lie will boy to all appearances recti, ercd and mad is liable where it is not fenced in. form whom it may concernanu corn are um theaiaim . market to Buy ourwncat . . i .( .......:...... II Illll. . Willi Till! Ill Til II Ill's. "l IIIW III IIS va Rive 'ne highest market price for same. We call it tne t.arram uepuo.na... probably Tu. eosts weiee.pially divided On the na,e auueu some new iiiaLiuncr, m um mi hii..ii . 1. ..f.i.:.. 1.,.. 1. suit meal and can mis, ,i,ii-- . ie.i.ie, i'iiiiiiiiu- - department cannot henow make by anyInother any uinlilimlv ill nun 1111 siinie , moil buiibi , iinu mill piihiii 1.1. ill uith tlie i..i... piiriiuii mill eiiuallcd It S.UWnt innr linn nu 51 tw inr Hit eriipling of his person. sicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and niist'd in this . u .ii,,,,,,,,.!...'!' it. Million. isvintoms that he cnmplained witli when. meal department. All haiii grain in our line t.. it ii. .... .si .- " ""' ' IkftlW. P.m. i- - uhoeilited the S.unllel Disholls, Just i T K,";::::X 12 I U ; '",,""" lii-s- , I ..- - . ,, ', ! L'.it for ki hug a hoi-se- , - r."""'"" 1 w l -r i cb was va .!. m 1. ISTOTICE t 1 1 .111 111 i jvd. .- - -v ,..,. Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will bo con-,i,- e vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. 1" I 1 I I I I ! til i QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. , liiL-n- 111 i 11 1 (Cincinnati, New Orleans & 1 Texas Pacific Railway.) 11 HAVOIU'J'E LINK HLTWFKN kki 11 ....,. 1 . - liu-L- - .- '"!' ..,,., . -- 1 111 I m Tk . j ,,.,,., ; 1 ., 1 1 . , igti .... ...... ii - - - " T. !..., ,.,,,, - ....,.... ..,.., ..rTwlrt ".""., H'IT - .,' , ,7 Nf"!. ' .1 111 . 1 ,i"n 1 jni.f J;1: ...'. -,; . t . ""li 111 . . . . . . i M gen-tlcmn- ..... Craig:. J & $di&i&WJ3$ ?f.kjm& Wt JSjj -- wAA Vtfss, Mjtui;&Kt& m . Mrfstf', j J&&tWtoza$&J-tif- V . & tnj "f V J FT jJ." "' " ,, ( 1 " Vfrrofr:.,...,.,, ,l.,..r.rt,... ,,,,,, ,,,,.. ,...,.. yr V ,atJr 0?i. g'if7'jii"i-i"uwiiiiijiui'ii, j i, , wiit Fi ii 'i '" if "Ti f " " n 'pTirr,TTrT""'Mr,.iFH' iri,.,.,t,4.,, ,.,,.,i,nl..,r-,,,,Tr.x,- m.... ir.mm'w. .,,.,,,,.. -,.,l , .,,.. .,,.,..... -, .,,. .,. Ti.. " "i tMMWtfMMMRMatMHMlMftl I ssnsji St Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. IU'iish-I MT 18S8 CLEBQURK6. & i EOERSON WILKES. MT. VERNON, I W H 4650, tire of Mattle It., a 30. AT $1 0 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. of ht'iirt ilNi'iisi1. hirst dam by skedaddle, id dam b W.xy, 3d ,.,,. nllli ,,,ii dam b) Old I clegraph, 4th dam by Frank, iske i .unreumrg, n;is a ,,nt Ccbourno (, a reJ ,.,, .,,,. in. iuiiiiiiins, 'Ihisvoiing th.ir ughbred will make the season Wavy T(i h md Mali, of liiu' stele .unl snli'inli J action daddle bj Oliver oj Warner dam by llerlhunic, girl to board. 1'um Hal by Money and ill be 5 )ears olil on the aolh of Juno and 1st dam Wilkes Is ty l'ctral, d WilUes lisaaa; 1st dam of 8J,at thcdi'w ). rite of At $15 I. yle's ixt;zimMmMCi&xiiMi (icorge Win. Harrison, ntrotl 70, was mnrriori the best natural addlo tttlllon In the county. He 1. 011 Coons by American Clay, sire of iSraniille has provrn himself to bo a sure fo.il getter and hit a ao, Maggie llriggs a .1 1A. Due w hen sen ice Is rendered and nmnei refunded IiiHiire Magu, McC'lutv. j, F.lla Cli a ar Friday to Mary I. Up a ir.'d by Ranch, breeding i if mare plot et to be not in foil of Commie li a 17) Post Hoy J jl(, Keno Money due AbJ.ill.ih tib'neup, by Pedigree: I'roxie was sired by I'mxaliles, il September, 1st, i3j, at the tirigsbv Susie Mullins, agod 11, died at Or- man's Abdallah, lu byby Alovandir' AbdallahJoe asire and M) sier) a 79 33 by Klnioro by St Klmore farm, near Shelby Cits. Ki dam hy llniirbon Chief, id dam by llbirk Hawk K.derson Wilkns Damille Ryd)k's Ilambletonian Kirst dam by Oenontl has started Wilkes full brother totwo of them in Description and Pedigree -- l!rechlader is a Morgan. Spearsi. 11I dam k Oilier, (lb dam said lando last week of typhoid fever. t C v II II in four raues, won It Vermont lllack by Clld rich dark ba, Intel a Faulkner Sherman Telegraph b)h) Justice Morgan, straight heats and got money out of third He is on him. heavv with black points, not a white hair to be bj Imp Messenger J. Carpenter, of Horse Lick, Morgan Hawk by Prnxatiles was sired by Pniisepi, sire Trinket, and tail, 15V, bands high and by sire of Gallic Vageli, his onl) toll that has been han- a perfect model mine to his breeding qualities, I Ooddard' Similiter Denmark young responsibility worn to his clinrgu and dam byDenmark, 3d dam b) Old Tom Hal dled, ht started in een raic, winning seioud refer to any of bis As HI istdam l.ady lllimhebi I'tn ileor, ad tlstn Washington I hl elegant Jersej Itall wi'l last year's colts, whuh are, b) Alexander's Abdallah it ui Su'm e of lly an anal) si of hl p"dlgr.i; it will he seen that money in n Wilkesthem. make the season of 833 at without a single CMeption, large, tine and solid lie re Monday. I'he sire of Proxic sMJ a lew weeks ago for this will Kderson" itJun, at $3, CASH, at Inn- - of ntvur, it contains the best saddle nnd trotting blind color. Ilelou is his pedigrtc $4.t miles west of Sttnford, at Dr. Ixivellis experimenting with the Known to the world beside two cross? of thor- ni) plaic 4 with privilege of return if caw is not withialf. No. 47 IIRKKCHIOADCU.Ir,), foaled in i38i I'. It iiuknsidi: lly Imp llillet, 150 prod net of an ochre bed lately discovered oughbred dam Ntllie Vile), (grand dim of Dinette b) ! Hob Johnson in this county. It is believed the mine LOGAN COLDWELL I With lien retained on all colts until service fee is a dam Mary Churchill by AUx Churchill. I.YJ.l-:- . will prove to be valuable. ill gie personal attention to mares, but This Jack is i hands high, was fnnled June it, 3 dam b) Imp Margr.ne g: iml dam of King Al At the same rime and on th? same terms t will paid foil so 43 Sired by Imp I ordon-s- , I )l'. stilainby f.tnble was struck stand m jack, Logan Colduell He is black not reiponnble for accidents, should any occur Fred Mahalley's I.ilc. CH s I. CROW. 4 dam Mistletoe, by Chernkae (real Kriiiuckivn, he b) "liipen ir Mvnimolh, he Mj line Jack, Vv illiam sited bi bluk swith meal) v par, old 16 n ith l.vle Imp Jark by lightning last Thursday night and de- high. mealy nose, 3, himself a and nearly getterhand 5 dam llack-e)eStanford, ky by Smith's Mammoth, he b) linn Nlamumth, ad Susan by I ttfir 4 ii. hands hub. Ha' proien and ure fal 6 dam by Albert dam hy l.er's Mohawk, he by old Mohawk, dam and nut of a splendid jennet, will make the seaso He wa the bVt stroyed. The evening before when he one ofby Ulack mule Jacks in the Stale ol iNM al mv stable between the DnnsillcA Stan 7 dam by Algeruie imported, id dam by talbntt s I'.ibf.n. he b) Imp Kiele by Crook by .Migalls llt.tck sired ford and Danville A Hustoimlle pikes, dam by lirey Alfred Palifox anil out vf a Warrior Jenoett attempted to drive a tine young liorso Hank by Peier lllack Hawk by Mason's lllack Cordei will stand 9 dam n mare purchased in Virginia h) Cipt Oeo. Hawk by Moriugo Mammoth by Imp. Mammoth kept in the stable during Dam by lllack Hawk by Moringo Mammoth by AT SO TO 1NSUHE A L.IVINO COLT. fur brecd.n, but . h.e peilig rcc ! llnrbridge that had been now iosi, ociievea to He ny AHierKHs to serve AT TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A COLT. Mares pirtej is ith InifrlU insurant e and iiionrv Imp. the winter into the building it persist- few Mumnioth. $w He will be permittedJ15 for jen-a to dam by Imp Monke) for jack colts and KFCORD, 1 iS at Jennets falls due (17I a II KNUI. K.MAX 11 dam hy Imp Medley ently refused to enter, thereby saving net colts by Imp it dam by Imp Shark. A lien retained on all colts until the pison mon-e- y itself for a future stroke. Fearnaughl Hay stallion 15 hinds high, foaled iSS.ijby 13 dam I UK DOS, Mfl K JACK, is paid. Parting with mare forfeits iniurauce ! to Uncle Johnny Mize, aged So, who Any mare bred to above stock and then bred be- I'nnccps, 510, slrcof seventeen t yt performers A Have also a good jack, that will serie marcs at First dam ll.inutc, by Hamlet, 100, the sire of animal forleits insurance and money ail) other high. 7 v ears old. He Dirk gray Jaik, is Sis Dollars, n same terms as the harse. V. I'anllind a 10; ad dam l.indora, the dam of (,) left this county 47 years ago and lately come! due O J. CHOW JiS) is well lirnl and of the Jim Porter stm 1 and is a Pasture fur marcs at Si jo per mitnlh. Na moor 3 Jl.by llamblctoniin, to, the sire of Dexter, to per Is slid t be th sire of the llurk fine breeder returned on a visit, being unable for accidents S. I'KVI.S a 'T'i; ,d dim by Imp Consternation; ith dun by jark. that sold afciy weeks ago fr ji.Sm. Will Will make the present season al the stable of hi. Wushlngtou (!ray; 5m dam Moggy by Imp II) II M Johnson, Agent suade Mime widow to keep house for '4 owner-- . stand at miles we.r of Stanford, I'rjnceps, 536, the sire of Trinket 114, and id him, has concluded not to purchase a others ith records of a jo or better; by vVoodford $20 FOR JENNETS AN0 SI0F0R MARES AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVIIIC COLT. farm just yet, but will pay Missouri anMambrino a ".' "" "' Mambrino Chef and ! Insure a I iting t ll A few ofhisgelian be teen on the premiM dam Woodbine, dam of Wedgew'd a II before settling down heie. C. other visit I irn retained n it lot l e - as o is pan) that will sonipare ftiorabl) wiihthe get of ant l'rimriisu. sister to Matmaison, dam nl ManetU, II HKtl.HI, A. Itedd has sold l?00 acres lying juit Aticuwil! be retained on the task in the .Mints trial a l(i'4, by Abdillah 15. sire of Goldsmith Maid I mil keep for service this season at mv far u colt for the season monei a 14; ad dam lllack Rose, dam ol Darkm-s- i t 17 and miles south of Palling with the mar' March, lisl I rriantsMlle K'. J unit., I'astof Livingston to the Kentucky Igind forfeits the Insurance (.real tare will be taken to Hcrmos.i, trial izo'-,- : b) Tom Tcemer; jd dam horse, all c imbincd stick Cit). three licks at t i 11V MKl'ROrOI.ITAN, Horse well adapt-- . 1371, preem aisidrnts, but will ll"l be resnsible by Cannon's Whip, 41I1 dam by Itobin (Jra $" Adnni Catron per acre. Company at saddle and harness purposes and the Jul. to ) should aiiv uaur l'antlind 3 ao, by nets and mares. Hamlet loo, the sire of A lis., tine jacks at Son of Rysdyk's Hamblctouian t in sold his Level Green farm to his father R II A K. I WOOHi V.ilunleer 53. sire of at Julien a I H (tloslcr a 17 sure a jack c lt n The .1 months and others Volunteer 35 by Hamhlrtoiilan 10. or jennet colt t" Meaning .i,time ijt I'bi horsea mu'e Dam, JOETTK, for S1,(')00 and bought the H.iker farm on Kirst dim l.ady I'atrtot, dim of Sentinel a a;! J by ard the jack, Voung Patriot JJuok Creek for $1,500. lly III.OOD CHIKK, 7;. BLACK SI'KCtAI. NOTICK. Whale trial at .1 cais of age on half mile track lo C. W. Adams is on the river fishing. IltJIirV ISCCCllCl. I'llli Tl'KI'IN HOIISlt. In offering the services ol this highly hrcd )nung Sire of P'nnine Robinson, a o(. w .11:011 1 1, fjliiKkiirii(lliil tlif.K.li.a.. ktitlliititcltiomiKllft I he finest horse, Charles Stewart, of Toledo, Ohio, is visDark bai, ijH hands high A lien on all e Will make tSe present .esv i il I D (iarnei'. I Stand al J to on same term for the s l. mares will appreciate him, not onlv the lug brevder and the highest hnd horse in miles fr , a iting friends in Louisville. Willis niiiiseii, out as a nurse unusc nrtcciing Maiseason Jenacts will be taken care ( after Kctttuek) olferesl to the ptihlu at m low a prlre and will m I lab Orchard on ih, sia( .rd pik-Metropolitan, by Kysdyk's Hanibletnnian, dam as u trotter among i.t serie mares at the him and iMi trrms so lltral Louisville. Miss Nora Maret, Hyacimii Lv Volunteer, grand nil Clara, dam of ranksthe public the foremost in at a land is in As 4)carold he Description 10 and Pednrree. I'slmiL-- 1. a m. is weil inf irmed, horse Dexter and of Berea, is visiting here. Miss Alma Mctrop.ilitauDictator, by Scely's American Star started in scleral closely Lontestcd racu, proving brnivn proportionhinds ahigh, with weight and I4tviiij; is acknowledged by all to be one tonclusivcly in with tmc, iloniHg mane and tan; 330 to Insure a Living: Colt. itieai.li case that he Is game, relic bred Carson, of Brodhead, was here Wednes of the beat, end by ni.ui the scry best ble. he start race horse At Moacs disc when lai SM.rt.msd r mare pari His full sister, Reua Victoria, foaled On Tune, he I.) 5 ) ears old this spring, sired b lly WII.KINS MICAWIIKK it ed witti day. Mr. J. W. Riley and wife, of Ciu- - sold eter Mclerati sale inr J7 0J3 th highest ed against Jack Ha)den, Ossie II and others, a Stonewall Jas 1.S011, h Washington Denmark, it at the casll) in three straight heats, tirac, lllack Denmark K Deseriptino and Pedigree . price cv er paid for a brood mare at public sale dam l'anufe, by Kmkaid's llelshutir. lie b) Imp Mrs of lllaKk IVInc KtMgsWv .,:.,ni: l,nm 1 aH, and llird wu . .v i. Vim-- Two fillies by Metropolitan, neither of which a3,, a7't At Maysville, Ky, with 14 taarsoM this staring, jet l.lars. a Nv i rosihoi uuiiuii, uuiuuinvu rAnnm of llui . llelshaxaar. ! i'rank lllack tile dam ol JJ'. Jack, a f as a competitor, what was apparinlly a dead heat, by llojd Winihe-ta-dam be b lilac',Taltnai:- s tsl daa ej worse, fine style ana aciistH. and a good kf eedtr - were ever hooked smaie, C i.'omh Hotnl. Conductor Charles Cuuier ud The two was trotted In the remarkably fast time of 1 at Sued L) l fimowsald StoHvivalt JatHtsoa, he ky Dam AI.I,K, service is limited to 40 approve fine jacks, chief" byiiMJ's m.iuk Hawk; dam MilUr'sotd Waskingtnn Denaurk.Vt bv tbefaur on, after trying the "West for three years mares. IIUs-ail- - race hor, Denmark flenntirk's by JOE BLACKBURN AND BRIGHOLIA, I rial ,)unc?" Jam of i:aH, nnd lh Wilton, Albert I'r.ince, has returned to the L. & N., and savs he Aratus; 3rd dam scottH.ghiander; grandamsired data ky I rHsader, grund daw by lUafkkiira's lllooj Chief b) I imnlemi , uad 1 iH Stmiewall Jacks m' dam I.) AMalUh, Whip Kull brother., the former, and proposes to remain 111 Kentucky. Hicll- - Wooley Jim 1 19 Fannie Robinson a in riTTTTr.lP the latter 3 ) ears olil m U.ril ears oldare the 11gust. Ixr Jan kr Medr m s HAMIH.KTONIAN 10, Chief V t,w' Itlarl Haw k sired the dams lloth same drf i mth, hcighlh, lO, hands high, with iiroxirtmnal Weight Will al- -i .land mr Iwi hut larks II I.AC I. uriMNilhams, for some months a coin - of Vou A'rnim j.ioand Almoin. Jr . and ('.rami dam I.AD Sired by Messenger Chief, iSji llltl'sWlll.D HAWK and I'KINCi: and sue Sired by Prince td. he nv id Prince. b of Ilelle llrasfield a ao and rrotwiie J.18 positor 111 the Signal , office at this place, sraii-taI l U MtMOts. CrabOrrkard M Ringold are fur brother! llryau 4 Sireol.Maud Messenger a lot, , Abel a?'s;and by 1st I'rincc, the Adams .V Alford Imp Jark; ' llrjan and ! . Trial to wagon il Rinso d 1 lloth . are bavs K lllls iliTit)tlll 11 OOSltlOll With 11 Wholesale sears old and ,.-i-... others rirstdam I.oJy Curr). by I) It. hi, Ire of dam Daisy by Dixie: hy Shclbv Irvine's Dime, ad lly I'l.MNti MOllliAN nanus nign. nnu extreme y nne auu tvlish Wi t. ..1.-- . u; son of ol Mambrino Chief, 11, b Napoleon Gray dam by Wellington, he by saddlery house, Cincinnnti diuige risit make the season of 18S8 at mv stab e nt More and Muggie K Medley, sonThorndale jij , ad Jam Jd dam Nellie3d, jtl b) Lird Jim Porter Henrj Ward .Maniijrlno Wilklrts MUuwber was sired hi ItvMlvk's two llecrher is a nice blai k lack, 15 hands high Willi YV. Albright station Ky , le .V mi es north of Ilu.tomi.N' on dam bv Norman II. is some better. Mrs. dam l.adi lliown, sfam'iiC Dauvii e turnpike, Ctlcmicw is a bay stallion, 13). hands high, foaled good weight the Hiistonvi lleecherwas sired hy Prince, is a aoH.hi Seelev's 'iuerlran Star, grandPkkiritk. Seioad S , and Nut dam bi tsiin to Maud wood lay lte accompanied by her mother, Mrs. A. SS,, beautiful In color and handsome in form and dam lto.c Kmhrce, by Pate I.mhree's Stonewall Nigger ratiicc, son ol I. line, son of Atucriraii AT $12.50 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. he shows a true, well balanced gait and has un Jackson, ad dam Kllcn III) the by lllythe's Hanoi niifl itliililri.ii ...v ' I.s'bintf ...... v.... ........ li.ft rTiioililV" fnr Killpsc ..w.,...v ilriiiiiti'il kneed, has ino- hhiisn ouarters in I71.. nee. oat auvmusis invite Persons wanting to dreed l.rl.ssua Jr ....... Ullkiiw .iiicawoer dleil )iwng anil lelt ni lew MemlptiHo Lhw-f- it kk Krksson (fllo iji had by f. t Men all ondsnhen jvearaold lie had no track work last .nn. ,..11 hlch ., Color.tdo. Miss Kiln .Toplin left Tuesday to retained on or co ts If any mare Iis be to1" ' ,,u '""" h" ltrrding and traded, money wi the , J. re lalle testimonial auothtr horse due sear His dUpositi n is perfect and his blood 'l"l. promise of a the dam v( (iulialhby rMemSriun paymaster, dahi. llackburu. w mU(.,;lfi,rn, Hi sorts sires! as and h Kave abundant for Ash Grove, Mo., on a visit. Grass will be furnished nt $1 50 per month Care lines first class l.vtlon, the sire of hisdam, was b ' most brilliant carter, both on the track and In the daughters are the dani.uf J In the t sHst ,, sV.ii will be taken to prevent a.cideuts or ecaixs. but Thorndale a a j1,, a.son ol that famous marc, Dolly, Ky Miemj liti, V r.mrsonjr i. half ttroixrr ta l.ru, rucard of Mjj,ir n1(,m4, Morton, ol New Vork, tlll -- -' no re'pousibilitv shou d any occur ' (dam of Director a 17, and Onward aJi-,- ) 1st dam 1.... ,. ni1,' ata 4 sear old and m4J to Koaetl Houutr i wrote us .I... He rclnscsl lor UllLI... .Mliatv A Fable. W S. WIGHAM.More'and, Ky by Ilrown Chief 4443 brother in blood to the great berpisla short time before his death an ollrrof that age for aia, Clark Chief. An owl and a crane upon a time once lint dam b) lUdoc k old Pilot, ure of IMot Jr. S.ihmi, and the grout dm er, I arl llurr, sa) s that Glenv lew will stand at ao the Insurance, money Pllat Jr tared sum. of Jay l.)t be lias always considered I .at 111 the death of .lam j tali. grove. They were is ascertained or the mare parted occupied the same due when the fact Isdir-.- ; Nalsuod t and al in Wilkin Micawber breeders sustained Ihe loss of See a 10. Maud with the joint Memkriuo Lkief .ired ili I heme one nl the vi rv greatest of all the great sons ol old lidy the statesmen of the woodland and were mtr, V,KMlf.ird Aleinkrino aai , i I j4. llainbUtouian Kisk . Mcmbnoo Chief i ay ,, Itai llenr) held in great esteem by the plebian birds Itisdyk's l.iinhlitnniaii,sshislrclloth tire and Hay stallion, is hands 3 inches high foaled Oct. .Meniktifw rilot j rs, Nurib This line stallion will make the season of CS at damof IIAIIK WAY hasslndio a 30 performers MembiiHo'star s of nil the hollow, ami both had been i334, bred by H C Mock, Danville. Ky Sired mvtarin. 1 miles Iroin Stanford, on the Stanford and has sired lor, sons who have urtd ntcr (.hi Star M , i.rns.oti Jr 1. a solid olack, i hand, high and Messenger Chief, trusted with high positions of state and byi6'4 First dam a fastsire of Maud Messenger Will make the present season at Wm M Hue's and Danville pike. a o perlormers and has sired Ihe dams of Jo perweighs ia.iHiinds 2 He is a hure that res on, natural pacer, by Young Training Stable at ao to insure a living colt or formers with record nl pi and bitter, prosing mend himself Onstot's Telegraph 'pacer authority, but it came to pass that a feel- America; ad dam by Wake-Up.esenif he hud ho pedikrte, but tne season, casli at time ol service him the greatest trotting horse progenitor tli.it has AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. Voung by ike, record a 6, he ile should make hirr mtsc.siag He is a years old, 16 hands high, a beautiful ma Al.l II., Ihe dam ol llarkawsr, one of the Ihe bl..d that i.Hi. ing grew between them which 'had to dam by America jet appeared Old Sweeper pacer Onstot's Telegraph hogony bay, with tine mane and tail, a perfect mod in Keutuiki Ser Is one of hl three greatest daughters Ihe orili sues will grandest ul Description and Pedigree Vermont by Sheltou's Telegraph pacer ) He sired the I'he. el and a perfect saddle horse their constituency and followers much nominal I.ucy Pope, record 35H and trial in a ao. horse approaching llvsd k's llamt'letoti as a sire is black Sired by Hubble' Denmark, known a On Time high, twoawhite horse, loaled III iSSa, l( hands producing dams is Amtris an Star, the sire of side is very much leit behind, sired hi William l.ady llron 11, the dam of Ullkins Miiawber We the appearance of exalted jealousy. One His breeding on dam'stheir dams being like Je- First dam Mollie Mounts, b) Cabba's Lexington; Welch, bv $10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, I Katie pacing Vounir America, he bv Tailor's Mes great achievement of the owl was deliv- - rome Turner's 3 others too numerousofto men ad dam bv,ih,,umiii,'. Iimml which ots.- Ornnea, by llisdvk'a lambltlonlan. 1st dam Swan, know the briedingof IIAIIKAWAV will bear If pai ment deferred (oil's Vermont, d dam llla k and many lineage, is the closest inalisis and isc base even roufidrnie nil after weaning time. . .. . . I s.l t . lit.' Mcltlt t. nf Lkhlrn fi. Imri rtrLsilttrsi In rnino" riliarl iit ' S will oe ad.ied. enng a flutyrir.n orauon (amI 10 nave rtitn I ioSvT.y..See htlrsnf1and .n'nfAifnr1 . I'arinu wan .r nioim,-- mare i i m,js. wd wor 4x1 uain uyjonn iiiunib nnc 01 inc hcm race !. f riMti t'tider. in..iie. ib al ttai.d ui) fine Jack, itAtrtnuMtni? htm will rr.il tr e ai tniM. h urn fit lieen borrowed of a chattering jay), in horses',! the x 5thd.n1 Vi rince Menser .11 nale the season a. M ItC'K, Danville. Ky ;r J.PJ J,' ,3 fMr "J oppiwitioil tO a national highway filter- ',""'( niJVUm bv II a.,.' worth) embrace of the bluest Mod Ilrrtd So.. nihil' ..1I1' .1 mi fn 1I1 He Wan decidedly $IO . li distant forest. arein,i.ed to rail and ciamine for theimelie vS" feml Vu" Al la un .1 in .....I. a- - a " te with Si added M,rmi,,n l0 I it not ikii.I I.t. ,ie w V UJx JOOO. .nontlla.nbieto.iian i ah..e,big h'orscsnth the !XrJc'':r!;;y' would intrude on vk. such nrogrcNSim He is 14s hand. in igliiie ., , , I high, u .iiii. tuMi t mv isirin un iiic .7um;ii pikc. lli I w in 1,1 ') p iiiilt sine .iiitt Linni iinv. stun n iuir ort'cucr . irl Kroeral make .ir.ot I,. Willi j l.i ....fi, it... .ir. ..I. .P.lli... I........1 .tf.. ,..v "II. woouianu silence. .nu ho. latai was tne ' of Stanford ....--....-Dim, Id . Mar. to. tV.; II.IM, l U- ....iin... s i'im 1 1. Harknway never made what imitd be up lust M. S. IIAUOHMAN, al, a ajH, Jereunali a ajS, llessic I can trt in oration (whether borrowed or not) to the I w. an I a ba'f m ft Hostonvi'le on th' to or better William Welch was sired In Ids called a season in his life until vou bought him llh-. Stanford, K) l I ni. li. . .1 I id to the merit of iv djk s Haniblctonlan, private reiold aj, 1st dam Our people were absolute!) lie iuij'i,e R ad I iiroIii enterprise that it was liniiicuiateiy conthe dam of Kodin's 1'nin.i, a JT, and bv Imported the trotter llesersed Hsu iniieo when three leant ""Hill elastallion, 10 , hands high, sired by the I rustte (son ol C otto) and sire ol ao mils trotter. old ami got two colts, iHith owned here, anil vou signed to the "pottern' field;" and so Chesnut great Low lander P"irst dam (Bracelet by Angelus, Trustee, a dam hi a son ol Mambrino, bv Imp could not tin) either for Jsmi. Vou tan not ted were the followers of the owl that ad dam llrunettr, b ( odrmgt n , ,pl dam Miss Messenger, Vermont being a grandson of thi gieat bin a Harkaivay voHiigsler in r around Olne) lor by the Caster, th dam ny tne Colonel, Ac Stykes Ityidlk lliiinbletimi.in, the grandest sire living, less than (400 lo'5oi, out ol sotnirson marrs He they, not content that he already tilled u l.owbin hi ivholi Hie ai mares and got Id loils hec stud book for further pedigree and t. ill's Vtrinont cmnbinrd, barkid bi thor served hi,'ii station in political importance, held der, his sire, wa by Dalesman, out of I.ufra by oughbred, will make a line stuck horst llisdik's Por seierul )uar he rin wild in pasturi and 101 Tho Orlelnal Wins. Hay stallion, foaled in 1333,16 hands and weighs Windhound.he by the ever famous Pantaloon llaiutiletonlan, tiv Alidallali, son ol .Mambrino, ered no mares, during the time I was Irving lo cr .C; V Smmt"- - M. I.oute, I'rop'i 11 caucus and determined to place the 13 10 pounds. He is of fine style and well gaited. Dalesman by UingTuni, the most successful sire lam Hi Imp llilltoiiiiuer, ad dam til Ilishop's whether I winilil go under or sta) on lop ol tin M. A. Sirnmont Liver Medicine, Kit'ti Messenger was Tom, ll.imbkloni.iii. id dam bv Imp Messenger. II ( .MM.. government of the hollow in his hands, Chief iSis by Chief, Jr Pilot. sired by Messenger K n g l.ui J lias ever produced, his sons, Oreat the Abdallah First dam own sisKing Han and Phaeton, were imported to I' Add res W. H.ctlln.l'ron'r A.t) i ffill'a s which they soon did. Hut the sequel ter to (len'l George II. Thomas, sire of Scottad S and made themselves lainousas sires of winners the 1I.1111 Vcrinout,hy a Dimning'i. Vermont, sire of' er Regulator. l;t'd bv Sunin. J II. ICNtil KMAN. Zeilln M. o( l.nlgm.i, 1(1, 'Ihomas, record a at, by Mambrino Messenger; Harkaivay, the it dam by toluuihtt., tf King Tom M. A. S. L. M, has (or 47 Danville, Ki less favored crane, who, dam by Mambrino Chief; 3d dam by Imp, Napo- liiroiatcher was byKangha llailough, sire of Irish (Ilarkleys) son of ( olumbus, sire ol ( ntifidemc, was that the jean the sire o md irej tNDIOKlllOM. IIiliohnih. 4th dam by Dalesman's dam b) I'antaliwn So t aS, ad dam jtl dam bi Matchless, DTSnralA.SlCK lllinir,,. I .watchinjr from a distance, was ireful. leon; by Darnaby'sTempest; 5th dam by 'liger; otb Leamington London has two lose crosses of pan- hedrav.a a; by llcrrand, sire of the dam ofof Nilthe sire Diomede; 7th dam by Cuunoti's ills seen that dam 1IIK KANCV SAUDI K. STM.I.IoN. i AiirrT,i,Il.S!1.tK Stomach.' Ktc' l the sire ol The ire of SOIIIt 111 Ills becomes VCIV . ill-- I Whip; 8th dam by Shinp's Paragon ermont taloon and through sire runs tlim' l.ancnast,! ramp dam of Lliinav, a a,ii Oill's Vermont II. Iteami, Pastor M. . llouncr Ho), 2 J, lllack Mana, ao',, l.adi O.ik . . Me. entrer Chief Ir. dam bv Jr; ad ins uan a wiine in voains, inn., I iigan a 4K1 , also sire ol the dams of "I 50, and teilMi When goodly distance insures Silfe- - dam by Imp Scythian; 3d dam by llonner's (.ray to'orlandoAvormsle), ltirdJatchcr, Ihe . anomu nave Deenwrllei; but Miui (.ambittil Wilkes a dead The King a jW. Nellie I. ,n 3 m by Onstott's relegraph. Caster, "vulton and all the most Unions perforiners a or )our i.enuine ,M, A. SimtV. And the cnilie Osteiisiblv sentlini: ,::!lr,e; , 4,nui.i a.lt,. Outlaw a adtj, I'earl a o, Lad) Davis a il' i nisnorsciiiusiaiui j, u, iwiiii.i,u..,iui winvi aniJ s'resiu i.n3ianu, mon. Llrer Medicine. I have llcitriie 3 ni, ladv Palrhen J.V'H, md Km loaled May 1, l8?, is a ri b Mvhoon) Im), 5"coii.'r.itulatioiis to Andy ItliU'khird. SO enger Chief Sr produced the following: Maud, -," ,Wft sometimes had to rubilltute '"" "" U" " J ' nd no ;...Ui.b. aw. .'..si. bo,, a AT $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. 'tu "Zeilln'i slull' for your Medi wordetl his ejiirtle hy intimating' that M aAio. Otis .U,, 4.V.I H a jS'ti. a 3014. Robert Manning Iirteds lam y and when iuieil) dr.icn in harness pwirj cine, but it don't aniwer the M a as. Messenger liiri a jo. lianibkinnian, bv Abdallah. sire of goes hire a Imtter He high tail st)le on bold Kv.d)k purpose." many severe showcm had caused .'tilleys a aiV4, Kathcrmc Singel) Messenger a )4. Pretty llelle a li, Sir Walter J a;, 1st dam by Charles Kent mare, sides lo the third generation, is hacked by Ihor tOfLl Dr. J. II. Grarei, Hdllor Tit Messenger Chief Jr will make the season of '88 bv Inib jilil.im One Kie, by llishop oughbreds on both side., making him vr) active and "ruth" to wash deeply, which tluo ItafttMl. Mrmrdil. T.nH ..... I ll.imbktiiiii.iii. jil d.itn Silitrtail, bv Imp Mes- - and sprightly in gait, in form and finish a rfc t s.rtne!ved PckaK of vourl.lv er , ciiininal neglieiuv and inelliciency in 'AT $15 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. engcr R)sdik's ll.imliietimliin is the sire ol model He was sired bi Miiipter Ileiiiiuik, he tiy Medicine, and have used half of II tin horse 10 hands high, hi Pen llrucik; it Nettie 7 IS iind 17 Others With records llf a to or Onddard't llrmonrL hr 1,1 l..lins. I'rniowiill I it works like a charm, I want no the administration of Mr. Owl were netdam dam of Kelbuvplay and Drake Carter by nelttr; also ol tlie dams of Trinket J and 33 Denmirk, he by the rue horse, Denmark, he b) j better I.lvcr Ilrirulator an. I r... iitlieri. u'llli ting worse instead of better. And made I..... II..I... r...l nl q m nr hi'llnr i'lanct, ad uani.l. route, t enow, rail sauu ipeini II. !. a.... II. v.i Uinly no more olZeiliu' icutare. BLA-UIKMDfl'ihrilt'sdam, t.) LesingtonjaddimHoniie, (IdleVermont Downing') bi Hill's lllack Hnivk, Wallace, liabv ImlMimter .Mr Wallace, he by Mr it plain that he, the crane, was the bitd 10 to the stud book re f Klh.ni Allen a aC, n.ldsdam bv Imp Olenioe Down- - Albert. thorouchtrl. ad dam h Virgimus. d.iin X'cnnont a to. and aUo of V w''"'". "?"' "'sh, foaled m i88i,.ired - lor extenoeupeuigree,; ari.i itnu 111 rimer oioou ..o ng is sire o tile il mis o I l.i I mnl.i ihomu.hiSreJ In In th. to remedv all the known evils and more. by"'Vk t racing nlander andlinu I irnt dam Althe line lie comes ol, sire of the 1I.1111 ol Mamhriti'. Urine, the sire of celebrated Mason Whip, id d Almoin Prince by Romulus a Whipptiure d I hell tllO dell, through the mom Prime b) Almoin jj, sire of 16 performers both In .ire and dam illumines its brightest pages llelle Wilson a aSU in the j w list Hi. dain the dam of.Mollie Long, ivithgre-ilie combines the blood achieiements Hill's lllack Hank, bi sherni.iii Morgiin, dam .; tidings, ,,......1 by a carrier pigeon) .record aji of l.letRoe, Lexington and Phaeton, the latter thro' a 1st trotting man Hill's 111 irk Hunk is the 'VOW ROUIXBON, llroeck Luniet a 7lj, HOisv. Till' OWl hooted Illld Whoo - ', Khlsuaverv st)l.licolt, kind and gentle in Insure; leu ranuy and Lexington tune through sire of Hi Me of Saratoga S iniii'g Holton.the il.imt f Ten ilnicik Lthau Allen a tt, ,, and ,h.irness. Illaikiiiont promises to be agicatburse Aerolite and Aineriea If a i.t, and Is the sire of the dams of lllanche a J.lb, S ,n sub- - and (ileuco, thn e in Klorine, Pocahontas, etc Whoiied IIS Was ll('ei' heard hefoii', and lor the stud He has ,ue, st)le, bone and of Wal ai e Ilenmirk a'oie. it dun ,,) Miltheold adage, "llbh'd n illtcll," is good, this inung Oen 'Tnied. 111c 11111 111.1KC iinil a a n. 'lenuessee rse, while he made the feathers lly from the siaucc oil the same terms season ai i r..s ioi,- hotsewill upue his worth by getting progeny that alio the founder ofati'j. great lllaik Hank family ler's Denmark, be b) the roe ! nrg Dentnirit as Messenger Chief Jr I.AK'i the ontrj's III hi. dam K orue : d dam b) greatly in Ir llotli horses will season at my -- crane, the crane picked the cars of the nud,and Carpenter's Station farm on thea More- - will itiuiv informnit athisthe finish " He i len Hroeck that has in the male and female line oo of a ,pi or or, olJuiii by o d Drenuoii I .111 - 1 fine shaped CHICKE- N- like miles niarksaud turnpike, ire, the famous better representaiiies. bis win j ( oluintiiis (darkle) V In Old ( oliimlm., sire ol horsd,l aek with heaiy iiiiik' and ill, llH band, reeord his. oily been beaten by owl warmly. wlio.e 0 it came to pa.v. that the from llustotiiille w high, i a u.itura snide and Harriot Inula J K IIAUOHMAN DrakeLartcr.a full biother lo CoiRrcgau He is iiMoiiieuce 1 nam .1 .viessenger mare saddle breeder. other birds all enjoyed the tussle and by 11 ivellpiitiip.stongly knit and has the muscle and , Old Columbus i ronierted pacer, brought tlie'best tlesKiidenls of I.eingtmi, from Canada, sire ol 4 Contideiue ill, Columbus iiuarters of all little attention found so many facts conat Kir ILLV DOLLARS Navigator a t,, Rosamond a ,Vi, und Ymitig Co-- r and will maketlu-cao! to imoire cerning both owl and crane by each exliimbu a jj!4, and alMasirc of the dams ol lieu MorrllJ a a;, Louise N. a aoU, Nameli'ss a (, I'u- posed on the other, detrimental to their 'I bis fine Jack is b) liiaut, be by Imp Palermo, ril). i ,i;! outig (oluiiibiis i the sire of n 1IIK COM III Mil) STALLION, 1st dam a jo or better performers, and he has 4 son that moth, adby Robinson's Sampson, ii' bi Imp Mam statesmanship, thatneitherowl nor crane dam hy Imp llortraud laeo's 1st dam naic sired a jo or pelcr perlormers Old Coliim r,y au eoiild catch the Senatorial bee; nor would of iiac. ''"His the eolt, foaled in iSSt; b) w JJSH23a.SCriS . HI ukC.iy',, Oclonuiij',Caliban 2 a (sire of Idoo I was loiinderliastthe Columbus family, w,ich uy lhi.i.a liamlsome uniii (, j iippaeiinoo i4l hands e.irsUa, J.k lo the what the Pilot. J?, blood Coaster n it the birds of the dell trust either to high, with me.i ) no e ill serve a few r-..... maVe the season of T.i883 at my s able near daniAlteeO bv l'.sseard ajo,?onof Almont, sireof was to Kentucki , id dam Madam Kinch, Je"n", and called 11 soldier bird who them, . WiiherMioon.a . i(U; Ihe aboie stock wi'l make the scaion of 388 at She b) Cite, in Lincoln tountv. on the Shelby City (dam of Kmma ; ,' r.md recri a ,s.f Ajcc farm jli mi rs from Hu.loni. He near Carpen- at $15 cash for the ialima4,,and Puntona a ,$ by Drennon. jd dam had lain aside his uniform and opauletts, andKnobf.ick lurii.l-ero.v.' er Station, and wilt be pcriuilted to serve by the season, with no insurance, or $jo to insure a liung by (5ener.il lai lor Caliban iji, by Mambntio JV. IiN lljKliiO. i 1 who to the great joy of his followers lias toll, sound and a I right i,llrance, P.lot, sire of riannis a 17K Maml.rino (lift a ao) enty Hanibt Denmarsi:id.irk bai, with begun the reform the owl failed to see stye and action, has liB tail and mane, pstands of ,am Ca.si.i, by Ca..iu M Clay.Jr, sireof Harry WALLACE AT $12 OU, TOM AT l O.UU, 16, clay aa34',and a b) Almo.11, I his voung stallion will make Ihe ,,,,.. season at the needed "under his nose" and the crane hands high, 5 years old this spring- - Asa r litlimnnt 1 ilim I'larlie I eonard and 15 for Jennet !' .1 ''Xf pfaic and will be limited to tisentv r mare. .'.. o d combmeil horse he has no superior, if an emu . 'i aao: ad dam t lerican uiai siiv, ui lirannllc whets his Itepperted beak; and the crows in Kentucky having wan first prizes at various 1.1.. i ..1..11 ..... ... w. ......., .a a... er;ii... W.llipovil, av'll o, ori,llhl l umi.i .vi.kl,Stock committed 10 my care and breeding will A AT Fair, in sadd e ncy, are wil.il because ofji hole in the ground. model in the Statenow harness, underhorse, as and JUIIII by Mipgo, son of American I'.ehpse Almnnt Pl5 TU INSUnC. II ran furnished receive my personal attention rings; and nsa harness a sad. ny viesanucr s ,ouauan, sire uoiu.iiuiii .naiu. at reasonable rates, tu be paid fur before removal . d horse, a combined and F.ni.i:ii. die horse, at You will ol stoiK K" " h.iiiihu me 1.1 01 junc-11: 1st uam oy .iiamorino smci, sire 01 uaiu ni "" on inicstigatlng No respnn.ibi ity for accidents or ct. "" beliei e he has not a peer in Kentucky, the pedigree that lie Is one c ,.,,., Parting with stock forfeits the intur.ince, Director a 17, ad dam Kate by Pilot, Jr, sire of find I by King Denmark, he by dam Hamlet '1 horses S. a oSJf ' JIayor Koche, of Chicago, has noti- Star Dentil Dcninariby Jones' Denmarr, he by oil igree of Maudtwo crosses of he anal) sis,of this ped- - lie hasbest bred iiiung Ocorge south of the lliier , jr , he J STKK.I.i: CAKI'KNTKR the blood of Mambrino Chief, tw, Wilkes, American shows of 110 saloons that II uc Denmark, the 4. ml e race horse' he by Imp, of Pilot. Ir.two of Henrr Clay and one of Ham Clay and Mcicmcr to back him lor 0 moo. nm fied the proprietors Hedgeford bictoiiiin; pacing and thoroughbred duccr Thousands of dollars worth of Tho BUYERS' OUIDB U IVdlgree -- Kenny Wllke'i was sired by I.)le they are on the black list and will be re- ed,first ibim by Chorister, hehebi Contract, Import- foundation builthi upon awill ene mare at KIK 'I colt chickens die every year from Choi-era- . lisuod March anti Boot.. by (il es' Scroggini TKKN DOLL MIS to insure ad dam by Jim Ilrown, uses a 111; isi nam "a ' " " ."aiue " .. Vl fused Jlceiiscs in the future. each year. It la an encyand he by Sir Archie: third dam by Duke of lied. elka by ad Hiawatha, lull sister to Xlauil WIN It is more fatal to chickens than , clopedia of useful lnfor- ford, 4th dam by Pirate nnd he hy Chance Lurch Hams a j6, ad dam Tina by Mambrino Moseuger boy of A all other diseases combined. Hut the er, fifth dam by Kentucky Illusion! uuil he by sire of the dam of Messenger Chief, who sired tnatlon for all who pur Indiana, committed suicide by hanging Imp lllo.ioiu, 6th d.im by llrutui, 7th dam by Maud Mes.enger a 16J4; 1 elambv Downing' llav chase the luxuries or tho discovery of u remedy tint positivdy Spedal Messenger, ith dam by oung Jelferson, i.aeer; neoessltles of life. We himself, because his parents persisted in cures it has been made, and to be conHamlet Ileum iri's dam by old Leslngtuii, ad A dart bay horse 15 li hands high, is a splendid 5th dam by Hunt's Commodore. you and furnish you with can clothe Walker's Wagner hy Kmery sending him to school against his wish- dam isncedleit le say that for harneii and saddle, combined stallion, will be permitted to crve mares I.yle Wikes 4650 son of George Wilkes; 1st all the neoossary and unnecessary vinced of its efficacy only rehires a to It dam Lou Coons, by American Clav, ad dam No. appliances at $io to in.ure to ride, walk, danoe, sleep, and for action, beauty, styie und c eguiiee us es. trial, kornlns hy Mambrino Chlel, id dam Mra, Caudle, We will also stand the noted Jac, socents bottle is enough for eat, fish, hunt, work, go to ohuroh, Dreeuer, iiuuuei uas no superior, anu ne transmits of kricson fdam ad IlIawatTia by Hiawatha, ton one hundred chickens. his of Imp Albion, dam Duther'a Maid-bIt is guarMambrino or stay nt home, and in various sines, ' Dynamite is the most deadly of all ex- these qualitiesofto my offspring. of past favors, Asatakeu appreciation Messenger. Downing' Hay Messenger ,by Has. stylos and quantities. Just figure out anteed If, after using s and an inducement for future assittance, I wi give of dam by Imp Alessenger plosives, and cholera was sure death to Downing' Hay what is requlrod to do all these things Taking sue. it) le and breeding nlncn, .1 bottle, the buyer is $50 in premiums for the best three coiti by Hum-c- t At $10 to insure Mcsscngcrls the sireof a aj. Jim not thoroughly into consideration, we think this the cheapest stock I'orter aaSU. Mambrino Lady Martin sireof (ten. COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair to be shown in 188) at the Danville Kalr. until the discovery of (ranter's chickens Messenger, satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken will be furnished at Si jo per ever offered. Cood (.corge II. 1 hopias, who sired Seott Thomas a 31, estimate of the value of the BUYEK8' chicken cholera cure. It is sold on the mouth. paiture GUIDE, which will bo sent upon Marcs kept on grass at Si per month. No respou. nnd l.ady K.a aojj. My persona and sueciu attention wi be Cholera, return it to the giien maret to preient Occidents, but wi not be sibi'lty. Kurfurther particulars callouoraddrets, receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, plan by Mel.oherts ti rfipon.lb e shou d any occur. THOS.C. ROIIIN.SON, .1. II or J II. IIAUOHMAN. and your money will be refunded. MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. C T. SANDIDOE. Stanford, Ky. .'t sUagg. I) Stanford, Ky. ij KorSalebv.MrKnli.n.jj. 4 Michigan Avenue, Chioago.IU. , . first-clas- s Mr. Clinrlos died Monday ty, on the Stanford Ins combined stallion will make tho season of at my stable near Turnersullo, Lincoln coun- SHk $10 to 4L -- PROXIE. Iwillttiiul it mi farm J inilei west ofllrianti vllle, on the Fisher I'oiiJ Iiirivil,- -. tie fine v mug Vlallioii I'ltOXIIi lleis .1 iMrk n , 11S hunts huh, was loaled in iiir, His been liroken 10 Inr ues and trotted when a e.ir ld 111 1 im'l ug a heavy cart I will stand him - Ilintotuilli' Turnpike, Full brother to Danville Wilkei, reiord a f4, sire of Sallie Vagcti, trial a a8j, by l.jlc's Wilkes BEEECHLOADEB. vin; Colt to Insure a Colt iimnmmh?iito&ttv BBwaia ti-ni Fifteen Dollars to Insure, 1 COHDEZ WII.IJAM n. & v GRAJSTBTf, J 2488. WOITDEB, SILAS VATTGH1T. Dio-med- e !BHYA 648 a, TAT.MA.GBI .11 JIMITODL.JDo 1 1 e HARKAWAY,2875. !! WT1 DKXMARK! I tirst-clas- Ad-aiu- I e mil--li- e st.il-lio- Si to Insure 1 1 Colt, n lcvel-hendc- d win-nin-. .- .!-.- ., ' r. I l" '$ j ' f!T.T!TvTn,rr.Tr w .i. r...L xl' '.( " .v...,, .. 1 d i. uu '" '' , -- i8-a- j PRINCE MESSENGER. VermontHambletonian Ilnk-nol- i SlflaViKAa .KttKiEJ, ii, ). J 1 1 amble-Ionia- 1 iti . rs i, ''.' ".".. - j ISm."' . toIllSllrC aUvillColt OrAIjLLvJlO t"ii '' ''" .'". " 1,! d- 1 " '"" '" rKACOCK, JR., 1 - ..... .... IK imp. kojxraojsr. 1 MESSENGER CHIEF, JR 111 THAT FIGHT ' -. .... V ,.,, .- WALLACE DENMARK, 1 '. .'Ik.-Vlll- ,.. tf, COlTCKEaAlT 1 W'l - nar.,de:.Vn.der: 1 ' ...... I -- Wlile-hprea- t .' 1111 t;; ' - V's-V1- 1 1 11 a- ' SANDIDGE A1IEAI. ' JACO Cholera Curo! ALgEg ASH$Qg, ov-er- .fc.Gjs j, , W ''. Du-an- "'.t i .: ..,,,, 111 111 1 I "-- I I Jellei-soiiville- GROVER CLEVELAND. PEYTON EMBRY, o 11 a two-third- und-signe- 1 111-11- .,, ..,' '