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State "Prohlghbltlon" Convention. Tho prohibitionists In State convon-tioin Louisville lnto Jnsiuli Harris, of' d P.nlucah, chairman, ami M. K. hlcl ('. i;. Swift secretin ics. Ilarils made n speceh, which win iiintnly nomine mini tlu fact that In- porsiMcd in pronoune-iit "proliinlibitiou" every time. The the committee (in resolutions following, which wort- - unanimously n - Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL JUDGE MICAH C. SAUFLEY. -- 17, -- J888. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. hcliut naltc In tlic world tor cut, liruWo, sure, ulcer, i.ilt rhuiim, fever sorci, titter, cli.ip-pct- l 'I 1 NO. FOR RENT. -- 19 LANCASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. MT. VERNON, - .Mrs. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. t An infant of I. A. .Weinman, died At a mcetiiiK of the It.ir in the circuit! and was sciioiisly injured, court-rooat Stanford, Ky., on the itli ' Sunday. .in Js, cliillil.Utii, iorn nml all kln crup-tiii-- Micajah McKenzie i " ('. Price Ims Imh'ii ollered s"(Kl for a the t'ut to .iml positively caret piles, or no pay day of April, 1SSS, .ludjje T. '.. Morrow It It K'l.tr.intLTil to he perfect .itNI,ic-tlm- t was chosen cliaiimau and James P. Hal-- 1 '4'lt from the mother of his trotting colt, tlnish plantinj; corn this season. or imney refunileil Price 5 centi per hint. .loe S. lo;riii Thonison lias the inuiiips lev secretnrv. n K Penny, Stanford, Ky. Till Family drew a laiye house mid is inclined to he cross. "Hoe" I'M-- 1 Kur sale by A V. (J. Welch. Kmi after a nieliiuina- . - wards is in from Ohio. Worth Knowing. ly explanation of their nature ami the here Saturday night mid gave satisfaeMr. I. Williams claims that if ft Mr, W, II. Morgan, merchant, l.aVe'C'ity, I'la., occasion moved the adoption of the fol- tiontoall. Jaines Piiiiiidney, of Lancaster, has icalf is weaned when the sign is in the Mat taken with a severe Cold, attended with a low iti- - icsolutlons. The motion was adoptedCoii);b and running into Conoimptlnn in hrcn, granted a pension. I mu not in-- , feet that it gives no fuithcr trouble. - prohibitionists of Kentucky seconded in hrief and feeling speeches We, tinit hrt tajen. He tried many o called popular The underbills!! mid leaves in the hyT. I'. Hill, INij., James Alcorn, formed how niiich he will draw. in convention assembled, coush retnediei and teidil) grew wore, W.is A boy named Uigsby, who lives at woods of the Town Hill burned over reduced in Iteth, bad diirnulty in kreathinj; and dependence on Almighty (iml iin t lit Ihi., W. II. Miller, I:m., It. C. Warien, source from which comes nil power and Km-.- , and P. M. MclJoherts, The Philip D.dtou's, was kicked hy a mule Saturday night giving a splendid view to, wa unable to ileep. Finally tried Dr. King' New ituthoritv, declare: rJiicovery for Consumption and found immediate and seveiely injured one day last week, the village. alof fjrciitcst chair in putting the motion to a vote First -- That the Miss Spradliu, the young lady upon relief, and after mini; about a half doten bottles The Uarranl county printing and, found himself well and has hid no return of the interest anil concern to the American so spoke warmly mid npprcciatiu'ly of whom the doctors performed a very dilli-- 1 disease. No other remedy can show o grand a They publishing company declared a seini-an- is u just and cipiitablc settlement the suhject of the resolutions, people nual dividend of ." per cent. Friday. cult operation two months since, has ie-- 1 recordof cures a Dr. King's New Discovery for ' li'l,lnr wete then unanimously adopted: of tlu evils jji",,w'I"K' out ' Consumption. Guaranteed tf do just what Is It rained hum in Lancaster Sunday covered and is going about the house, tnittii. Vm:iu:s, .Indue M. C. S.uilley.of this Second Thiil wo believe ami ivallirin Mar, has lately been tendered mid has night. The side-walthis, Monday, The Louisville Post gets things mix- - claimed for it l'rial bottle free at A R, Penny's Drug Store' tin1 iloctriin.' of State anil national con-- ' (Jut ed when it conies to spelling Mrs. Lucy morning, are covered witli them. m stitutinual irohihitioti, supported ly a accepted an iippointn.eiit to he Associate 'em, old boy'. Nciid's name. In a single issue it has it Renews Her Youth. political p.irtv, as the only safe, pernia-- ' Justice of the Supreme Couit of WyoXeal, Neel, Neeld and mentioned lier Mrs. Ph.ebeChesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa Jesse Doty caught a three-poun- d iit'iit iiml ell'cVtuiil remedy for this pub-li- t ming Territory, and will shortly remove tells the follow lug remirkable story, the truth of nuisance. juniper in Dix Uiver last Friday, but af-- , home as in Itrcathitt county. from us to assume the duties of tliis dis Third -- That we favor the iiiiconditinu-- ' Miss Lena Wiggiutoii, the able as which is'vouched for by tne residents of the town: tant Host, the attornevs in attendance at ter stringing it the creature made its us- am 73 jears old, have been troubled with kidney id repeal of all tax and license lawn which Imil,h to sistant teacher at Brodhcad Academy, "I '"Wriii. complaint and lameness formally ) ears; could not lend to iniike the cause of crime a source the Lincoln Circuit Court have met and "I"'. Mrs. Jane Woodall was tried here has, to the legret of many warm and de- dress myself without help. Now I am free from .1.. n.iu n..t nw.n. of public revenue, t ttiitiiiiik ivn iiimiiii. Fourth That we endorse the call of al, but us an (' " ri,tl'r,la.v ,,,, "1' ,IhW "I miliec.lity. voted friends, resigned the position and pain and soreness and am able to do all my own expression of their genuine the National Committee for a national feeling, tlmt she was fully ca- - returned to her home in Faiitleld, Nel-- 1 housework. I owe my thanks to Electric Hitters Tl"' i,r.v adopt these resolutions: for having renewed my youth and removed convention to lx held in the city of I . son county. Fiust. While i.n,f,iu.,llv mtiil...t llt I'able of attending to lier own allaii-sall disease and pain. Try a bottle, 301 land dianiiiiolis onIay .10, ISHS, and rccojj-nin- e - Mr. Liln-rtPryor, ol Lincoln, was Frank and Ilenrv Jones and Wcslcv $1 at A. It. Penny's Drug Store. the authority of th convention to the hon.mibl,. i.i,.r..ri....Mi ul.iel. loruiulate tlie principles of the p.irty and thus come to our nsM-iaie- . Hiunieil to Miss Alma Tompkins, of liar-- 1 Mink were tried before F. inire Mortion, , .1111 .1 bile t r we herehv pledge it our support. barrels at $t.7J at aiuruay miernoon, in mis; m i.ivingsioo rrinny, on me enarge oi SALT. r,M","r. Fifth To this cud we call upon all sensible that it oilers to him opportttui- - dl-vIsaav. Hamilton's, Rowland w- - Vancey, at the ivsi- - whisky selling. They were fined ? without regard to paM conviction or p.tr-l- tiesofusefulnossand distinction which Pielcring impiisouineiit to re- each. ..: deuce of the latter. ili.irU-.nitM.-I association, to unite with us in the in m I.i- - 1..I....1. -- Hvit.v one wlio could get there went plevying they were lodged with jailer THOMAS rollsiilllttllttioll of this plltpose. ambiti.m. we nui for ,.nrselve !... t a Candidate f.r t the'oflice tf Presidential eltHtinx were then tho-elo IU,lvMK ytiTilii.v to see the fine Arnold, here. in-- 1 ' Ivivgret that it brings to a close the sheritf, subject to the action of the democracy two for each Congressional distiicl. timate ami pleasant relations which '"rses and show hills there. T.L.Crow, K. . - ' IJinm-ti- T For this T. It. Penmree and Mrs. I.ulii ha. s longsustain.Ht to the members of of onSutiir. V. S. Nield were chosen, hut the latter said nay with inssiaiiion "iicivHicie. thisiar. Judge Sautlcy has been since as Judge of the Is a Candidate for that such an olllce was unbeconilni: her; early manhood u coiisjiiciious ligure Mrs. (). 1". 'Fillet has returned home, Court of Xppcals from this,the id District, subject vi-- it thotik'h she ainongthe a tion of the Democrac) 1 the of four months to relatives. sex and declined to accept, youiigei lawyersof Kentucky after a would do all in her power for the cause. The sterling drummer, thl' iiualitie.s which he owned of' ILT- l vtt,e w"h lefjill-S( ' I? W Jnsiali Harris and tieortfc . H.iin were industry, zeal and b,olutc lldelitv to "s in the city. Sunday. Knuuett l'ur-mate detective work done W , C royal rssas will address llavrke)e, Sstanford, Ky laipe and made electors for the Mate at is in town. every trut, added to a lofty and ener- year, ol I amplu'lM-illelinn, Harris, Fontaine T. Fox and .1. T. getic temper and to a natural genius for The men with the giant's jaw hone s' Hou,c an'l Ll" f LV I) Q T 1? lUrls'e named as delegates to the nation-- 1 the law, made a place In the front milk lemaiued in Ltncaster all last week. , Son. L'UIt kjAljli. from Acres, at the Good miles Stanford. cret al convention at Indianapolis. The barn, large garden, good house and all the out' of the profession a matter of easy attain Very few citizens availed themselves of buildings, fruit trees, ,c. Adjoins Hcnrv and this district aie F.. II. .tones ment to mm, the one eventNtf their lives, never to oe- -' I want ami in tnat smith llajghman. lie main $r for It, vvhlch is II. Milsom t,,8,t of Wi'ln" m rm,, " mid Mrs. Nield, with lh-- . vcrv cheap. Alex. Martin, Stanford. lained and bore himvlf with rare digni-- ' nir "f""' vi" and .1. 0. Dcdni.in alternates, lieuend ty, grace and spirit. IVihai.s his most ,ll,v- Urccn Clay Smith was unanjniottsly distinguishing char.icteriMic as a lawverj loiic l on as the choice of the conven- eertainlv that bv noiuiuateil whiclt he will be ino- -t 'wniinmicy Sunday evening. He took tion for President and in a speech ae- -' pleavanily reme'nibered among us, strong grounds that if theie was any-h- i. Wl 25 luiowledtfin the honor he said if he acintent lovaltv to his ,rofcssion, !lis thing supematund about modern spiritcepted Kentucky would yivo him ."VO,- jealous regard for its honor and good Two miles South of Stanford on .Veal's Creek "" n'"a !""" im. "'."r"'' Vddress me al Carlisle, K W.CItAIC. 000 votes mid that in Writhe prohihi-- 1 name and the generous readiness spirits coininunicattim with men by or with tlonists would sweep the country. The. which at all times he would Kicrillce his through a medium, were maleficent S. O. DAVIS, deh-.iitto the iitttioii.il convention will own coiiM'uieuce and interest to ussi.M, spirits. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, There is said to he a queer old felmeet in louisvillc May iMthaud proceed to leprcM-n- t and in every way to stand to Indianapolis in a special nil, accom- by a brother lawyer. In parting from low in lloston, who has devoted years of MT. VICHXON'.Ky. panied hy a hand of inuic. At theeven-- 1 liiln vl'e fiitlil.tr lilt. i in.,- I.. .,.ff t.,t .......I time ami a fortune in money to the col- iiii; -- ervsion Mm. Nleld uiulothers soke of elahonite statistics, which go Office next door to Whitehevd'. Drug Store. wishes mid commend him iiiireservedlv lection . and then the body adjourned without! . Specul attention iven to d s;i,;. o'sHi' Irsn ' to show that the mine dogs there are in ; . volutin; us notonlv an a:."tf. lay. Then were some 'Jin) present. marvel of purity, 'His powder never vanes. a ; more wicked the peo- - strength lawyer, but an upright anil ' ,comuiiiiiitv the and wholesmneties More economical p e ol t he coininuuitv aix. It this be than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in S.-IMIII1IIIIIII1' 111.111. CONVENTION. competition with the multitude of low test, short help Iiucaster! true, may the w cunt alum or pnospnite powders, sola only in TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. Miiovii, We resjiectfully icipiest the Rov AL (UklNi. I'ontiKK Co.. II. Woodcock leturned from cans To be Held at Hustonvillc April 20 and 29. John 106 Wall Sirect, New Vork. ' judge of this court to direct these resolulUrbourvillc anil went to Somerset Sat-- 1 Itev. It. It. Noel s.'ii'ls us the follow- - tions to be spread I ofl'er for sale privately upon the order book as the property on Dan caught no ville street, occupied by W. I.. Withers, he lot iu: Mil (VI'Mi'lf 4f NTTs iio a Hrpetual memorial of the high regard unlay. The party had 411 V) W. diiJIJj contains; about tY, acres and the improvements are Minday-S'hoo- l left I!. The hoys we er sitting W- A when he The Missionary and a frame dwelling of 7 rooms, a cistern, stable, nee. in which Judge siiutlev is held at this essary outbuildings and an orchard The fr int on the banks of the river waiting for it ' Convention if the South Pistrict As.is-iI.--. STANFOP.D, KY age is sufficient for an additional building lot t be to fall. In the meantime, coin planting ntion will be held witli the Itaptist cut off, and I will sell the property as i wh-lir T. '.. Mniiiwiw, Ch'm. W M IIRIt.HT, in parcels Call on is still in progress heie in Garrard. Lou- - E H BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. ehitreh at lliistouville SatunlayandSun-- , At Farmers National Hank J. I. Pim:, see'y. i.t is Hooker, of Uichiuond, was in haucas-- ' lay, April 'Jsaud --H.i. It was afterwaiiN orvleitsl by the couit i Sntitnhiv last. m.i, s c. HOCKER, SFl in: isvitko. A SINE, SU'T that the rtohitious he spread upon the !! I his old and . ., II itel still maintains It is a credit to the tlalv press ,1. The e.eivisiV will ho varied and inter- ivttml- - of the STANFORD reputation, audits I'r pnetor i dtrnuu. touit and that the clerk her-- , of the disesting. The Sunday-school- s no s.v.u.try Hotel in m eJ lrut lt ,haI l)C send a certilled copy of it under seal to it, with a great flourish of trumpets, MILL COMPEKY l Appnifiunts, or trict, it is to be hoped, will make full re- the clerk of the Wyoming District Court. llllls the Ill0einellts of Midi fellows lis the State in its llaggage coavjH to and I.. Sllllivail and others of that clllsS tiontohi. Um-stports ami hcnd messengers. The Sunday-schoManufacturers ot sp ml a, commmi.t-- I Irotn depot free . I iturge work will be ably discussed from The .ler"s.iiiiiiH' Journal says. "Our while there is hardly ever a word ions to Commertiat traveler. Flooring. Weathorbonrdlng;, Colling, its many standpoints. The space is cut down hy our ailver-- j ten in regard to such men as George O. Finishing Lumbor, Mouldings, Saab, MIsslo.Ns, We have some lengthy and able Haines. Kven the great Courier-.loui- 'Etc. Saah. Doors and Blinds always d Foreign, Home and HWtiift, will be In stock. editoiialti upon the tntill', civil service re- - mil, which hoaMs, and witii much truth, more interesting, under able form, circumcision, baptism, tinal perse- - of being a religious newspaper, is guilty 111 The Co., Pliiln- voivnce and and other entertaining of this olleiise. Ut'nsiio.v no v themes, hut must keep them iiiso.ik unThe Barnes Box. Will beau interesting feature. The til hiMiicss slacks up." We have received and are daily receiving our tt is an old ami thorough!) reliable, ii.n.crvativc ltrotlier ltarues, under date of April companv, now In Its 41st voir with $11,500, 01m clcjint lineof Spring Milliner) We have left. .sermon will be liispened our stuck fi, The iiiiinher of lodges of Knights of 12th, wiites as follow to Mrs. W. assets and old $110,000 surplus. Its rates arv as iMthin undone to makeMilliner), vve vs ill have wrtli, hut tlueeor four misssiniary serHiul reliable company, with divithroughout. Ilesides our low as any dends unsurpassed a reputation for fair dealing a well selected line of Embroidery Material. Call llotioi to this date shows that (J. Welch anil Miss ltose Richards: mons will be preached' during the and examine our stotk Store on Lancaster st. bv none and plans to suit vvvrvbody DiiAitSisTr.its Rosk and Moi.i.ik: Your Would all the attention of husiiios meii to its 10 COURTS & COX day. The the order "has. extended into 10 States II ,. m. and 7 p. nrw endowment, accumulated surplus and 6 per following brcthieu have signified their and Teiritories. A mount represented by money onler came, to ti. in lVii.Nicola in rent guaranteed bonds plan of polities insured on intention to be present. K. Y. Mullins, membership to, December, !)l, ISS", is due time, l'raise the dear LORD, and tirVomen JOHN K the line rate as men rAl't.KNElt, 5,ti::.n(K); amount r.f benefits paid to thank vou both so heartilv. It did us 6 3111 District Agent for KcntucL) V. 1. Harvey, I'.T. Hale, A. C. limves, .M, ss(, 5.:;,iV)5i51:fj.,.j:i; total mem- - all good; and the dear christian 1.0VK I S. (.'ook, Jr., Ilenj. lfrtou, s. V. l'otts,S. Dec. I HAKKIS has on next door to the Interior Journal otlicc, a lirt-cl- a C. Huiiiphreys, I'.. I,, (irubbs. It. K.Tay- hers, relief and social, ")',:! i:!; death rate that lies back of the mere monev, is stock of saddlery Koods. which he will sell private-1- ) per l.lXX), 1Ss7, ! during the week and on every Saturday and woitha thou.siud times more, to ,the t'oM.Minr.K. lor and many others. lieait, than any amount of "cold cash."! TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. 10urtd.lv will hold auctions, vviiou he will dispose n .ill kinds ol harness and saddlcrv (;ooJs Country readers are puzliuir them11111I the "Itnv" von Tub Oimino Ii.i.ision. -- A lady will, selves llcr Mill oer the fiillowim.' egg problem: (iod bless ."von both us in remembrance theHavingofrciently cipuppedwea fine K any Mill in we are told, soon appear in London, who defy Stanford that town to If a hen and a half lay an egg and a invented to keep o (73 we think the d is an apparatioii at lht, aftet .van I a solid witli the sometimes hut euiial in uuahtvuf lliur. county pride aniens ol o enouzh to the county should have half in a day ami a half, how many eggs forgetful public. It lllllV be the Starting iialronne and sustain the lime Ve wish to in palpable and even a somewhat fat lady; will six lien.-- , half in seven days? ". whom it miy lOiKcrn that ve are in the 'form Of Similar ClloitS, 111 Other places, m,,rket to buy your wheat and cm ai.tl will at- then she rctiics from her fat and her The solutions are divided pietty even- point s r We solidity mid dissolves into airy nothingl!'e tom, ,.. mll,h will pill this UWI! irilllllll II pOSl v.. , ,1. ,,l,tle highest market price1,1for same. mnl llllll our . urn ly between s ami -, hut both these ness. In the centre of the exhibition tioil to go freelv lllld fearlessly wherever department and can now make meal to suit any New York .. happen to he wrong. person It cannot be eiitulled by any other mill. room a globe will appear without, appaWailtS to go. I Ills can hardly he Sllld, C3 thi, vicinity We soficit a trial in our llour and VWrk- c suspending it or sup- Tribune. vet, I uitin 1 f'lllev tlin mni. meal oepartment All navlngKrain in our line of 11 rently anything (T w,n pie.lietlu at the Mill, where our fors,e P-Dynamite is the most deadly of all ex- much at first, hut when I got to think agent will be found at all times, who will give the porting it. p'roiii that globe, after the II ran and shipstutT best prices always P mystic words have been spoken, to the plosives, and cholera was sure death to ing about what it might do for tho Truth in nock for same. W. N l'OTTS. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co. P. 251 tf music, a fe- chickens until the discovery of Gamer's I ceased to think about self in the mataccompaniment of weird male form will he Keen to emerge (drap- chicken cholera cure. It is sold on the ter and praised the LOUD! I wish a plan hy MeRoberts i similar simple plan were adopted in ed), hut hardly reeogni.ahle do vapory o tit will she liu. Then bIiu will gradually Stagg. every town and city where wo have CD m O wlidify, nourished on nothing (a much "good news." Wo have CD A. Chicago editor says to tho woman's preached this desired attainment in these hnrd times), convention: a liardly gotten fairly started here yet, hut "wrll CD "It is women who hunt and, after smilingly hut speechlessly down an erring sister, and who promptly tho prospect of a gootl hearing is iiuite Q the. public, will gradually encouraging. Praise the LOUD! Cod a forgive an erring man," s tlnally to her vapory and retire bless you both. --t m Court residence, in the hanging globe. e Kver in Jesus, nUectionntely. Kinperor William during his pJournal. saw disappear from tho scene six Popes, Cko. 0. It.vltXKS. CO Mississippi City, Miss. eight Kinperors, 5'2 Kings, six .Sultans P. Syrup of Flgi 1 Presidents. and -laxative. It is the It Nftture'i own true The Hotel Ponce do Leon, at St. AuA Being; More Pleasant moit easily Ukon, and the most oflnctlvo i gustine, Florida, is probably the largest remedy known to Cleanso tho System To the taste, moro accoptablo to tho in the United .States. It will accommoV) stomach, and moro truly beneficial in its date nearly .'1,000 guests. when Bilious or Costive; to dUpol HeadFor HM j better than tvt r. ml should be In ththante action, tbo famous California liquid fruit B Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitaches, Postofllces have been established at ofrTarr iwr.on cnnlrmplatlnB tiuylns ?o,!i Hfe BULD8. 11 ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. remedy, Syrup of Figs, is rapidly super- Cabell, Wayne county, and Charley PLANTS ftn.t l&u niurs. Ihousan.li ni Manufactured only by the California Fig seding all others. Try it. One bottle .Shelby appointed postmaster, und at what to buy, l!lustrntlons. to sot nturlr naming tllln lowssil An'l where It, and t? fiirlionrslrohls. 1'rli of GUIDE only 10 ctnU. will prove its merits. Syrup Company, San Francisco, Ual. Dryden, same county, with Samuel A. Kluillng t'rrtlilrnts gon.1 for 10 ccnu worth o(&1m. 5 10 JAMiy VICKs MIUIDS.MArj, For sale hy A. R. Penny, Stanford. .For sale hy A. R. Penny, .Stanford. Anderson postmaster. ocheater, ft. T. . 1 - David hasweil fell down stairs t House and In' on Danville pike, near Pour acres of lattlv vacated hy Vv M Zannne land in lot and garden. Apply to t A D KOO I, Stanford, Ky toll-gat- lie ' LTTMBSB, TTAKD! hare purchased the lumber yards of Messrs, D Wearen and I M Ilrme and will open t 1...... ui a Dig yaru ... inc unc purciiseu ..t ..ir . carcn. ai Ilesides Imnber in rouh and dressed, I will carry a large line of win low sashes, doors and shingles, lathi, posts and the picker fence formerly sold by r S (I HOCKER Mr. Wearen. I .. ' (enrze 1;.. ; , ' ipi'-stio- l. uk. w n. rr.NNV FRANK V HERBERT, D O t Fanny asr-Otii- & Harbart. SmHHIH , j ' DENTISTS, on court-house I.ancntcr site st..oono- All work guaranteed to give en ij tire satisfaction m THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. The greatest redui tion in prices ever known at shoeing and repair WALTER FIELDS' first-clas- s 1 hanking my friends for their past favors shop I solicit the same in the future. All kinds of work best of style and warranted to give done in the satisfaction or no pay. Am thing in iron or wood that you want give me a trial and be convinced. j A"' -- '- UALTKR FIELDS, Turnersville. i i,J I., ' y '' .,.!,.. ' 11 Lebanon 1871. Planing 1888.' 31111, Seven-bush- el I. XEWLAND PRYOR. . n, j ' ''''i'"-- JUDGE 1 A OKU"! I, Proprietor,. - LEHAXON, KV 1'a"' 1m'" J V.l.Iy. I ings Mant' Door, Sisb, lllliids, Frames, Casing, liase.Mold , liraikets. Cornices, Stairs, NeweU, llalusters, Verandas, Stare Kronts, Shelving, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Counters, Hurir Rough and Dresseu Lumber. Send for prices before oil) nig eUew here. toll-Kat- i, I. LiY2ry, Seed and Sale , Stable, ,.,.,,, u-.- FOB. SALE. J I House and Acres Land -j """ "'" W. H. JACKSOH & CO., PRO'RS. I OVDON, KY , es POWDER Absolutely Pure. flood turnouts and saddle horses alw ays for hire n re sonabte terms London Is the m st conv en tent point on the railroad to reach pi a es in the 111 the mountain section of the State. 10 ,.,....,,. ii. - Jii.l.tO 1 - - , ' ... C well-kno- LsrVWW Sfiikas)JiKsSHLflFky 1 Atten-l.lohl- PLSSISG ol s ' writ-editori- al j ti-e- is. I ivn-lere- htsttfuE ciclpliia. Insurance the Pciui Mttllal Life MXIIXTEire! Icjant ttirniture, sliar r.uors and experienced workmen make inv Tonsorial Artist Rooms the foremost in this part of the State Hair cutting, khavini; and shampooing done in the latest and most Impioved stvle. Mv special attention vvitl lieslvvn to ladies and children ll, J TtlOMTSON, Staufoul, Ky Jhsh NEWCOMB HOTEL. tirst-cla- s MT. VERNON, KY. n lintel is still maintain-in- s This old and its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe- cial attention to the traveling public. Sj-tt- s-iion 1 . M. 1'. N'EWCOMIl. I'rop, Mt. Vernon, Ky. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, iCAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. a kiml-hcartc- ' Thoroughly Renov ited a.id Kefurnished. First-- I class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and nijht Trains are met by I'ohtc TorteTs, of this Popular JO;-t- f. House. R. . lig-ur- es nr -- 2 Q MAKTIN. IIkodhead, K U. I'BRKISS J" M v, iij. AlbrUht A: Martin bej t inform their manj friends and customers of the change in firm nami D O X MARTIN & PERKINS, in The new firm hopes not only lo sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentuck)'s best leaf. Thanking )ou for past favors and asking for a continuation of your trade, vse remain Kcspeciiuuy yours. I'KRKINS MARTIN I hc-I'o- c THE FLORENCE 2: WASHING MACHINE I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to save their,, clothes from the rubbing ami tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied a. to its merits. life-tim- - cs-(-0 o O a r O The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, wo 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: W. Wallice, Dr. Wm. Daugherty, Mrs. S. I' Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill 1'crkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. K, l.ynn, I,. I.. Dawson, C. Vanoy, Mrs. Amanda I'eak, Ceorge l'eyton, Alex Uolti-claC. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, K. K. Harrow, A. M. I'd and and invny others. M.F. F.UKIN. Held tiartcr at S. S Myers' store. 't&&im&iM virgin ss&krffta; ; jaJiit "'I" i ..J...t,.i.11 r?""' M, f-f- --, tt0 frr !1 foV I ! Is, i , ?. V It ! ' It took 879 ballots to nominate a Mercer; Judge Kugor, Vf. A. Mussel, candidate for Congress In tho 11th Ohio Boyle; Harkaway, Kngleman A Hussol, district and the present incumbent of Boyle; Kenny Wilkes and Vermont the olllco was successful. lambletonian, Thomas C. Koblnson, Stanfokd, Ky., Arniii 17. 1888 Paris voted XV.) for to 'M against the Lincoln; Star Top, CI. I). Smiley, .More- proposal to erect water works and they land; Bryan, Wm. Wlgham, Moreland; Having consolidated our business of DRUGS and GROCERIES, will be in operation by Nov. 1. The vil - Abdullah Messenger ami On Time, I.el V. I3. WALTON. wo are now prepared to furnish tho West End with tho purest Drugs ' lage is also to have street cars. Hubble, Lincoln; Miy .Messenger, S. S. to bo obtainod, also Paint3, Oils, Varnishes, Stationary, Tobacco, At the solicitation of the Drummers Yantis, Lnncaster. maniCoi A. M. Swon: litis issued Cigars and a full lino of Family Groceries and Supplies always on Association a number of railroads have There have been lit additions up to festo in which lie declares unequivocally agreed to issue mileage tickets good over the present at the Walnut Street Mctho-an- hand. Produce of all kinds is as good as cash. for Sherman and llawley for president road entering the agreement. dist church meeting. The services will Prescriptions filled at all hours by a competent pharmacist. This is nil right, and In' addition to the two murderers! continue till week and possibly next, Ky. WEATIIEKFOKD & COOK, lie is welcome to his choice, but when mentioned in this column, two others' CHURCH AFFAIRS. Hilly he undertakes to kill off our were hanged Friday. Chillers Banks, in o with as follows, we join Texas, died w ith an oath on his lips. Dr. Kendrick will preach at How- him: "It would seem that no intelliAnother Louisville girl will uuiku i,,,,,, ovtv nilit tliiH gent, patriotic Southern republican, not her debut at McCauley's Theatie this Hev.. S. Mollctt will pivueh at blinded by his ambition, can realize the week Miss (ieorgie Davids, whose rep- - jleKinncy next Sunday at Mill i M. gravity of the situation, the responsibiliertohe includes Kvadne, l'arthenia, oe. . nev. j.L.,i u HmVV, revival at Mavs- ty for the result af the great interests in-F- rancis W. Pittnuin, condemned to ' villi has reached 10 odd converts in- - val volved and then seek a place upon the death for the murder of his child, suieid ine rcsults. national ticket at this most critical peri- friends. ed in New York City. He requested to Murphy's tirst week at the The following list of goods, suitable for this time of year, and buy od. If, however, there is such an one, buried in the same grave with the v5I0 Tabernacle resulted in 1,417 signers greatness and gelight, Tn apostle of sweetness and and if, recognizing his to the pledge of total abstenence. them of me and get the best: nius as essential to success, the republi- Col. W. T. Havens, of the Mt. Sterling Joseph .Miles, .Mtllerton, X. Y., lias .Tho hundred Mexican i.ricsts areon can States should demand his nomina- Sentinel, who a few weeks ago essayed "I:! with the wife who left him their way to Home with a gold cross val- CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. tion, then he, at most, might be it will- to give us a few lessons in amiability, years ago. Hiey liiul not seen eacli otli- - xm nt isO.000 to bo presented to the ing subject, and if this state of case oc- has himself given nway to temper lri,miVf mi their then vear-olhov Pope. curs, not one word of protest will be of- ami so lar mrgeis me points we gave is ,,, o California Peaches, Cal. Evap. Peaches, nmv He v. Sam Small will start a nrohihi- fered and all will cheerfully fall into bun as to speak of a contemporary as " -- A resolution providing for the sub - (mn ,N1,M.r j Washington. Sambas had Pears, Apricots, "line." Hwope is a pretty follows: "A fiendish atrocity, a twisted, mission to the people of a prohibition , w,,nts " Apricots, nd now desires to Ji tH. Dried Peaches, greasy, fellow and his reasoning seems to be warped, livid, amendment has been adopted in the X. prohibit everyliody from having Raspberries, Turkish Prunes, tusk protruding, shaggy-hairegood, but he should have some resjveet Y. Assembly, the republicans voting for any. Grated Pineapple, ' Cooking Figs, -for the ambition of tho great 0' Bradley freak of nature, ignorant, impertinent, it and the democrat against it. Basket meeting at Hush Bninch Sliced Pineapple, give hiiu another ehanee for his impecunious, brainless tramp, with and Mince Meat, T. O. Barbour has been elected sec 'miday was largely attended and greatly white alley. O'Bradley must be nomi- w bom it is useless to argue, so we dis- - retary and treasurer of the C. it O. and ' enjoyed. Klder Carroll Kondrick is 0ry Early June Peas, Apple Butter, miss the dirty thing." Fie, tie upon will have his ollice in Hichmond, Va. ni'ur to tho hrart-- of many reformers in nated if it busts the g. o. p. Lima Beans, Preserves, you colonel, we fear we shall again have Mr Touriljt.r whom w M,m.ods, had this section. Pie Peaches, Mackerel in Buckets, meeting of the citizens of louis u. lecture you on me proprieties. Tiik Bov Harrison's revival at New York i,is iu.au,uaiters in New York. Corn, ville, called to express themselves on the Cod Fish, August Anderson, a Norwegian stone reaclie.i I, um converts last week ami lv snmo mtiirtprs tlun is n ilisimsitinii course of Gov. Buckner, passed resold Tomatoes, White Fish, a three-day- s love feast was held i .M .ti.. ..f. cutter, mew out ins nrains at riieiiy vine then i.... 1...1.... i v. ... 4:,...f ... ....1i:.,.t.,- , nninn. ' ..,., u... ..... v j t Oysters, lit 4tfllfltPtWtfil.il Hominy, lllltillat I. ill. " " ne staieu, ptst.1 .e.oro co.nm. ltltlllill" " concerning it and endorsed his veto of fu,c of JiTdgo of the Court of Appeals Salmon, Mius parti, qatul. Dried Beans, vicious bills most heartilv. Thev wero lmm ,.....li tn ,.!. wav to some one ting the act, that he murdered his wife , .... . .. v.. ,.... ,u i illk. ' w Sardines, " Bulk Pickles, "' ." .! l" " ".--. , 'KrillllllM ItlHtllld IJ IIMIIII "' rising vote. Afterwards else. A good judge cannot hold too long. , adopted by a . Chipped Beef, it costs a hase hall man something '""" Ti.nt ..f Vi.rii .nil Bottle Pickles, that bright voting statesman, Author In fart. stun. n position siiouki be for i rn" . . . T II L' nm mi ! 'mi ilnilil nitUIMM'IM ic.iir 'n" " nn nljn lilil " .!.... irk.iM.iiiaiViior ilimli It.ittur Kl 'lit H111II1 ItlilMriu t lil.k .ivraa rit.oxaa ll'.i nn.i Corned Beef, Catsup, is a water sketch as charming as was i"'K'k '" t,K ,,,,'t"11 (,,,1. Mlls tiw,i Among tho numerous speakers on the judge of law now than when ho came to Deviled Ham. Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. LeNington appearing' on ever transferred to ramie. lim il,, resolutions was Col. K. l'olk JohiKson. tlu and u man of his laborious (lbs rer. whose remarks were, as usual, most ap- - .studious nature must improve all the t'"' J','0,"', at Baltimore in an intoxieaThe Board of lvMi'iisionof theMcth-ted condition. STOCK OF STAPLE GROCERIES ALWAYS FULL. propriate and eloquently expressed. (5o. time. If he is defeated it surely should list Church South, cotupoed of all the The American Kxcbaiige in IaiikIoii Buckner hits not a warmer admirer any- be for a better teason than tho one given. lain suspended, and Treasurer William Bishopi of thedeiioiniitation.meliuliii- where, as much as he is loved, than honTm:expeits who are going through (. Boone, of the company, has been ap- - isville last week ami miiMe an appn.prta-- j est old l'olk, and none that can give bettiou of jsWUHl to help build chinches in KKKE ter evidence of it hv words and actions. the books and papers of the late unla- pointed Heceiver. The liabilities aie Senator Joseph H. iiwdy localities. niented Dick Tate, deny the report that about :? 1.000,00(1. A " im'Hing of the Trtiiisjlvimia,' Tub clerk of the House, (Srecn H. anv of the I. O. C's. have been taken tin I law lev. of Connecticut, is l'lesident and Comprising Karly Rose. He.uity of iebron, Peerless and Burbank. I'resbvterv in Danville last week Dr. I, Keller, in a letter to his paper, the Car- by the makers. Many applications are Henry F. (tilling Manager, of liichmoud. as principal, -- The News sjivs that the ollice of slisle Mercury, says that from all he can made, but all are refused. Their report ami i(e. n. tiiiiss as .iteruate, witn gather Tate's defalcation will fall below is promised this week. jailer of Hardin county has become so .'J,,00,00l), and that hisestate will pay about unrcmniicrativc under the prohibition Hilling Klder Dr. Meyer, of Danville, as LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. & ONIOXST $100,000 of it, leaving his sureties with law prevailing there that the holder has principal, and Hitler A. K. Denny, alter-- ! nate, wen- elected Cominissloncis to the the bag to hold for the balance. It is to The Senate has p.tssed a bill to re- - to turn his attention to other pursuits to be hoped that there is no hook norcrook peal Davidson's road law. make a living. It was formerly the best General Assemhl, which convenes in' Baitimore-.Ma10. by which tho men who endorsed him paying ollice in the county. Mulligan, of Lexington, hits tillered - iiev. Mrotner ( ook ami wile are can be relieved of any of their responsi- it bill to make poker plaving a felonv. The York county, l'a., Democratic making piepar.ttious to celebrate their bility, but there nre fears that they The bill to authorize the trustees of Convention unanimously indorsed I'resi-th- e t. They will. Cleveland and his tarili' reform golden wedding the lllth Stanford school district to sell a part Curds-villpassed both Houses, message. A resolution denouncing Sen- - were married in this county, near of school lot has fit K Advocate announces mat owing1 the Highest Market Price Paid or half a ctyitury iilo. They have a The legislature hits passed a law to ator Ingalls for his attack umiii the mem4, tin. i.n.itiniwwl lIlllOLU tfif All T) rP large number of children and grandthieves in Hickman cot.n- - ory of Generals McClcllan and Hancock, Fackler, it hits engaged the services' of SIDES, SHOULDERS AND JOWLS. with tho lash. If such an act is loo1 and commending Senator Blackburn was children living and the family jubilee is HAMS, gentleman, that popular and toked forward to with great interest by unanimously adopted. for that county why not for the State? Mr. W. J. Lyle, to canvass in its interest. Btirgin Cor. Harrodshttrg Xels Holong, who ravished a young them all. As expected, the Senate, after a' It also says that a new dress is being argirl ami then murdered her to conceal Democrat. spasm of virtue, lasting a day. agreed to ranged for in the near future, though it A great revival has been in progtvss House resolution to extend the ses- his crime, was huug at Fergus Falls, Dais even now one of the handsomest and the at Hipley, O., for !l day- -. Hev. S. D. and the demnition grind kota, Friday, and on the same day "I hipbest printed papers in the State. The sion to May Ith py Bob" Van Brunt, of the Salvation Ar- Clayton, of the Northern Methodi-- t continues. In Paper Boxes, success of tho Advocate has always been The House has passed a bill provid my, was "jerked to Jesus" at Warsaw, Church, is conducting it ami there have remarkable and always deserved. b.'cn !"." c inversions. Maysvillo The ing for the payment of witnesses by the N. Y. If their stories itre to be ciedited IN It publican says it has readied every IS IT. Ohio legislature hits passed a law trustee of the jury fund. If it becomes they are now slipping and sliding on the Tiik grade of society -- the youthful and maprohibiting the sile of whisky in that a law the Shylocks who shave such golden street". omnibus at Somerset going to ture, the inliueutial and cultured -- even State on Sunday and the saloon keepers claims from L'O to 110 per cent, will be the midnight train withnlo.ulof Knights tho Gypsies of the Stanlev tribe have and their patrons are howling long and without an occupation, fi3r Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory. --tea The House, 01 to I'll, adopted the of I'vthia, from Danville, who had leen i"mmi uw ri,im'" inm "'' loud. The resorts at Cincinnati ,,U? 'Vh1i'iu-- of genuine conversion. institute a lodt-e-, overturned ' will stiller most by the law and the geni- - Senate bill appropriating 5I",(HX) for the thvr in- an embankment and ba.llv bruis-- ' I'okun m,i,It'ls lmv ' - continuation of the geological survey, ad- al German will have toheekotheraiuuselideltty aiKl drunkards hie left their MARK HARDIN, 0.erk. ment for himself and chums during the ding a provision that the survey shall be ed several of them, W. B. Nichols, Lo- cups. coming summer, and it is very well that extended to those counties which have gin McKee, Dr. Harry Cowan am) Will They had to break hitherto received no benefit therefrom. Ditgan severely. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. he should. their way out of the vehicle, which Lewis Payne sold his fine fimii near NEWS CONDENSED. It is said that the Thomas bill to abolcaught lite from the lamp, ami burned Burgiii, Meicer county, to N. Buster nt ish the railroad commission and making up. Conkling is slightly improved. III u 505 per acre. extortion ami discrimination ollenses J. W. Miles, of l county, takes The postotlice at Bed Bird, Pike W. W. i P. C. Saudidge sold a against the Commonwealth, will proba- county, has been abolished. things easy. A few weeks ago his third of cattle to Will Moreland to be di bly become the law. It will be a big imIt was vears ago Saturday that wife, who Wiis young and pietty, eloped !i red .Itine ljl, at . cents. provement on the present act, which Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. with his son by his tirst wife ami hied A considerable fiost could be seen ,H provides for a commission, whose main1 A night watchman at Dennison. !., to some western point to enjoy their Friday morning, but the damage that it largo salaries that killed two men who made labor seems to draw ait assault on illicit love. Circuit court was near at did, if any, was slight. Fruit prospects thev do not and cannot cam. hand and the old man without any ado him. are flattering mi far. m He got it and imBuri" Cofer stabbed G. W. Bowen to applied for a divorce. John W. Allison sold to W. (i. Sitr.UM.w and Foraker, who both asdeath in the mint-rooIloisiugton, mediately proposed to it niece of the Woods, of Fajette county, a line jack at pire to the republican nomination for, tunaway woman. The girl said "yes" for $1,000 and a young Kansas. jennet for SHX). president, have pooled their interests. Dr. Ague w, one of Garlield's physi- and for the fourth time Mr. Miles apTh" Gazette says Mr. Woods was tillered The latter is to retire from the contest cians, is dying of perctonitis at his home peared at the marriage altar. The News $1,000 advance on his puichase. in which he was not knee high to a duck will watch the couple ami give the pubin New York. -- II. C. Htiploy found his valuable cow and is to be made. IT. S. Senator for his The New York legislatuie refused to lic the benelit of future developments. the other day w itli a leg broken. She is wonderful magnanimity. Then Slier- -' pass a law providing for municipal feHaving secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical WatchJ Alderney and one of the finest milkeis man is to have a free pull at his own DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. male sudrage. in tow n. There is no way to tell how it maker with many years' experience, all Mate, which will of course give him the work done with neatness Jerry Smith, colored, was lynched at The residence and furniture of liH nun ilniiii . Kilt !t mid i.fM.nt! i f.... ji c.w inrin i t ii iin favorite son endorsement. iiiiiii Tiptonville, last week, for raping a white A. ."slaughter, -- i miles from town on the! ..,. ... ,,... M, i.,,,..,.. i,.,., and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit tho v .' '"1 old. Lancaster pike, burned accidentally Svm Small's ellbrt to get up a third $100 for her. eye. h Wager, of Kstill county, at v. t. Loss $ti,000. Inspired in .1. W. (iue.st tells us that Term Cot-t- a party in Georgia got a very black eye in will run in the 1'rcclaml and Tiotiba-dou- r Atlanta. The prohibitionistsmetiucon-- , while intoxicated fell from a window at the .F.tua, of Hartford, Conn., for$CS,000; Fiankfort and was killed instantly. fttrnituie for $1,000 in the same compavention theie Friday, but the Stakes at Nashville and he a startI'nder Pennsylvania's new license ny. The fire occurred while all the fam- er in the Kentucky Handicap. From party men were in such a majority that thev iiassed a resolution condemningtiie l"w the number of saloons in Pittsburg ily, except it daughter, Miss Floience, Louisville lu will go to St. Louis and wvro iit chinch. She wits sick and from M. Louis to Chicago, from Chicago Small movement ami instructing its del hits been decreased from !,."00 to L'J.'i. Tho proposition to subscribe 0 might have Deen liuine.l, lint for the as-- i to Saratoga. Ilo is in fine condition and i egates to vote against anything that look' to the stock of the Louisville South- - sistauce of the colored cook. A p.nt of Mr. G. feels verv confident of his win -i- n. J.J ed like a third party. . ' t a rfr --'VKiZI ern earned in Jessamine liy 1,000 ma- - the parlor furniture was saved. r, ., additional laurels and purses. . Sf Tnct B.K yi Sk.vvtou Wiii: IIvmito.v ought to joritv. -- The following stallions were on ox- .lohn C. McClintoek. of Meadvillc. equestrian. Sev- give up trying to It has been decided by tho highest liibition (.Monday) at the conve- - Pa., nuiimi lu.nl of l:!.lir,.i.vemrw uiii.-iLS. ' entl years ago a mule tell down with courts that bicycles have rigid to the nieutly arningcd stables of A. P. and in issii made t,l!i7 pounds of butter, him and bioke his leg so it had to he public highway tho same as other Hunry Bruce. The owner's name follows hich is within it fraction of pounds and last week he foil from it hides. that tif the hoie: Danville Wilkes, L. per cow. The butter sold at an average - The Legislative executive and horse and HUllored another btokeii limb. T. Veager, Buyle; lvleism Wilkes, Cliar- - of Js cents a pound, or an average of it was the wootlen one, and clnl appropriation bill aggregates 32!,-i- t lie Crow, Lincoln; Paladine, K. P. Faul- - tiKl.:!!i per cow for butter alone. The lias since been replaced. 110,000, which is a million uioro than coiier; Young .lackson, Fred Harris, Jr.; value of the skim milk would bring the year. Kriusou, Jr., M.S. Powell, Lincoln; Mes- - yield to$IO."i per cow. Wiivt'h the matter with Kditoi -- Hailroad obscrvci's say that at the senger Biee.e, Hobt. McA lister, Lincoln; The thoroughbred owners have Ilughea, of the Lancaster .News: Ins rate that new roads are being built Ii',-Avondalo, Jean, Boyle; Granby, many rich prizes to contest fortius year. plaintive wail in the last issue of that pa- 1)00 miles will be completed in this conn-- W. M. Hue; J.N. Gleuview Chief, Win. Hue; The American Derby, to be runatWash-Gambett' per shows that ho has lost confidence in try in 1SS. 'Volunteer (Hi produce) H. ington Park, Chicago, will be woithS17.- ril T1 iniff'"Ti MH1lWll irtwtf itin t I'm ni all the world and the rest of mankind, An express train on the Pennsylva-- I (icntry i Mlkes, oho, me .neriuan siiiko rn.uuu am the tultak.ui!n ..;,.$!& zzs3aazm2MnrMfckumwmrw5CVBZ!n isoyle; (.mrraul that either are any nia roitd, consisting of baggage but we cannot se car and 11. and . L. Gibbs; London, S. II. Hyde Park Stake $7,000 to tho winner. tho worse than they have been for sever- ten coaches, collided with a passenger Baughman, Lincoln; Curtis, A. W. Car- The Subiirbaiushotild bo worth $!),000; al ages. locomotive at H'th street, Philadelphia, penter, Lincoln; Second Jewell, Jo Mc- the I,orillurd, $i:!,()30; tho Junior Cham-pio$8,000; the Futurity, $.'0,0l)0, and Bkn Bl'ti.ku for Chief .Justice is the and four cars wero badly smashed. A Dowell, Boyle; Belvedere, Tol Crow, number of persons were seriously injur- Jessamine; King Almont, J. T. Mock, many other valuable stakes both in the ON latest. The woodcock might make his ed. Boyle; Mamhriuo Aberdeen, Grit Davis, Jvust and in the West. remark now and soar away. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 11 t. is-u- Althouoh tho majority of tho committee appointed to investigate tho of Rowan county and the olllcial conduct of Judgu Cole reported that both were as bad as could be, with the latter responsible to a great degree for the state of nflalrs, the House paid no attention to it, but by a good majority adopted tho minority report, signed by but one man, which unequivocally vindicates Judge Cole and pronounces his olllcial robes its white as snow. The republicans voted for the vindication, knowing that it is campaign powder for them to retain such a judge. The- proposition to dismember the county was refcircd to the judiciary committee, where it will likely sleep. In the meantime matters will probably go on from bad to worse in that miserable section. It can hardly bo otherwise with a judge upon tho bench dispensing law to spite his enemies and screen his - rs 1 1 Special Annouiicemnnt. j y .. Ilustonvlllc, j j t j d ;..- -, clear-heade- d blear-eye- claw-naile- d, ,,, , d j i ... - ''. ....... ..-- .. - .,.-.-- I)', ' 1 P . II I ' '- -" ! I b.-nc- ' '' a'i """ i..v,i '' ' i.-- ." lr o mY NEW VOISK IKIXEI I'OTATOKK. 1 i ' - WHXTE - I YEkkOW SETS. j btjIjE: j l't aitd paper garden1 seeds. in-- e, l'l'Ity well-know- n 1 THE BEST THE WORLD. JUSTTRY ' u"i-thet'et- o Out-dow- hill-to- p ,'''' n T' WALTON' - LEJLSE OBSERVE Bi-l- nil-lo- ad "S. M'ROBERTSSTAGG A. -- FUIUf., AHMTMIISNT ' WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. i, it-- i k ... .x i Sun-da- y ( Jo-cp- 1 -- anti-thii- d ' ' IGOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. irloO,-00- ' j , s..jgfssgp " , , -- to-da- y - ....-.--........- , , ?(.( . H-- M ly , 1 a, ' ,tehbk WA.I4L PAPER and FTmiTl'l'UKB. -- Vfxi3i - k iiTih ii n, COMPLETE STOCKALWAYS HAND .a n " 'W nfllil.f H ' Tf" J i.m iiiTm 4wfaMltellM. ""tfnr" .an,iiiHwT,vi-f.,Ktr.-n'irtwCTtrr,r;,rr."i- .' 'iu l4.iwann.unn ii i.riii . i Vir rnif-- i rrr rr r"r in Semi-Week- ly InteriqrJqurnal j , all tunes to supply every want in my line My siock oi IIAKIfW A Kl. and 1'UUKr.T tUTIiKKY consists of the standard brands of Europe and America Viiiti:h vmiimi neatly, rheaply and toy, f Hoyle, eame up Friday after Jus handle the celebrated Lexington Patent lloiir. Tin, Stone and W'oodenware, and a complete line of Cigars and 'lohacco. Wagons, Farming L,audH Coppauc, whom Marshal New land had heautifully done, hy Stewart oi Biggins. ,c. nenevinK chn make it to your interest i ask a share oi your patronage. implements, - .- Hetpectfully, TUCKEK. J arrested on a bench wariant sent fioni L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'l'iu:ciiiilnirt to til t Id Dr. Hugh Keid's that county. Coppaee is chareed with A M' ittn of thi will and hi'iiuou of Mrs, M t will house was let yesterday to Allen & the stealine money from the tlrawer of J. A. HiOIH iirH'iiiiT, dii M. iatcil m ne.tririaii'lySN MmI trin KuiiiiC North aojpin I'KOI'IklV, the I. South imprcurii.noo.i l.lhli wi'l . i'"i"fty i"it Ji pi" l'crrell at Shelhv City. He iiiliuitted . ii(!pni . Mr.iwlivrrv InhI I'sprcss train " South Wk have the finest stock of vents tliat lie took.) wlille tlrunk ami. wlien lyin.' nmr liu.u.iiMi e and gardi'ti i8B Ain 'Akl I joam North Kv . f ,,re x0o( which is in cu llv.111,11 the rvrmiiiitlcr limit v mi in total Freight North he sobered up eave Mr. Ferrell $20 to oak, hickory ulld pupar; ilut-- lilt; house, ntnule, jYplll'funiishinv goods in town. Owsley South " " passengers The latter IT Jinn Lraig. settle the matter. He is the son of the etc Karm well wjiered, iKilexpuse at putlii outcry on Solar is calculated on standard lime Thetove A. T. Nrxxnuxv will he in the wool man who was sent to the penitentiary line i about u ininiitei fatter. THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1888, A'l perMin.i trade this year and pay the highest eiedi for counterfeitine several years aeo. of Mrs. Carpenter, coiisistiiif; of household and kitchen furniture led and bed piiee for it. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. JfixiKT. '.. Moiutow asks us to state dint; stoe carpets, iiurnsare, g nsiwarn one AHQ (iiorKc Wood orRan, new Kverelte piano, one Train leates Uowland at 7om and returns at Cud'HTs, Willi paper, window shades, that the time of holding the Wayne, piano, u snjtrsey cow 6 jcars o d A (pro sums 10 cash III hand lace curtains, curtain poles, at very Itussell and Casey circuit courts have made ni'i;..ijl)under fpayali n in Kunners A'l notes I'rorn too to 150 per cent cheaper than ever before known in Centril Kentucky Wiu.Imv Shade In e and Nationa t: lllll)s Parlors, Danbeen chnueed by a lecent act of the leg- Hank of M.mf.rd with apprmed (Curiiy on it suit all combination of Wall Paper I.ur(cst stock to nelect from at low llguros at Owsley & Craig's. MEANS BUSINESS. ville, Ky mouths time, henriiiK si per cent interest islature and the spriue terms of said Sa to take picv at the Carpenter Mouse Hi Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painters' Supplies, Window (ilass, etc W'ati'iiix and jewelry repaired ami Anotiiiih paper has been staited in ejurts will be held as follows: Wayne Stanford Ky atoo'cork a PIANOS AND OlMfANS' Agents for John Church ,V Co Musical Merchandise 19 I' A CAKI'KNII.K.Km'a. warntntcd. A, It. Penny. Stanford with A. It. Penny publisher. 1st Monday in May; Itussell M Monday Tin: hest place to buy times, p.Ueitt He very considerately sends a box of in A-- E. May and Casey 1st Monday in June. medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. RAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP. purpitlve pills alone with each copy to All processes, bull bonds, atrachnients Penny's. Hrv jour school lsMiks, Ink, tablets. counteract the ell'ccls upon the system and hiipienas for witnesses, etc., are reHaving aor, pencils and school supplies of all of rcadiucit. turnable to the term as now fixed and and reinedbmight I. M I.aslcy'a icale and blocks the cellar he occupied, I lll moe kinds from A. It. fenny. with my meat. there for Tin: new marshal, ticorue S. Carpen- no new process or order will be necessa- the place,the present Ardalc store room.Kctncinbcr under Van guarantee all watches and eory arry to make them stand for trial at that 511 W K ItAMSHY ticle of jewelry sell to be just as repre- ter, tells us that the llrst man lie term. &o was it lic'. lie further says that all sented. A. It.' Penny. I.I01C F. IlTTKK.MvVJs-- , such ueiitleiucu and cows caught Tin: circuit court adjourned finally Hat- SUKCKON OEN'IIST, SOMEWHAT PERSONAL at larue will he promptly taken in unlay, after a very busy session of four SraNroKD, Kp.stickv. Weeks, llllrine which lliaiiy old casesaild Oiric wmll hle Main, twoibmrs aboe Depot St. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, vis- charec and iucarcentttd in the Miuud. Mil. im Mic. P C Smhim.k are hundreds of indictments were disposed iting the Mint's M uk II Minis, clerk at T. It. Walton's FANCY ARTICLES, &C. of .It.dee Morrow left for Somoet that 1. Mii. N'w Kin II sMii.Tohas returned R T ARS, A. 13., A. iM. ston, fell from a Mep ladder ye afternoon, wheit' he oiiened court ves from a visit to I.ouisillc. Phyiciats pres. npticis accurately ompnunded. terday and suH'crcd a very severo sprain ' Analytical Chemist, Mn. I'imxk MiKinm-hni taken a of his left lee. It was tliotieht at tlrM lerday. The jury eave .ludee Ilieeins and wife LANCASTER I'teikxhip in the More of .1. P. Davis. - - - KENTUCKY.! that it was broken, but Dr. Carpenter ' Miss liiinnv PoitTMW came up from Mid it was not after a careful examina- a judeinent of fJ.VHtiieainst the town ofj . . Cmb orchard Air LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, school Friday ami remained overtlll tion. He will prob.iblj ls laid up witli Hon of a liou-- e belonein to them, f" circular DV CIIUEnUMOC it for a week oi two. ukuuno, utncLni oiuitnnnnt. Mr. (icoree W. James eot a judeinent Mmsiis. It. C. WnniitN, 1C C. Wnllon EDWARD H. FOX, er brought to this market. Prices lower than ofip.'.'uiainM the I.. X. for killine a' Tin; nrt Circuit Court will beeiu on Y. Ilerbett went to vunciM't and Dr. the .west Wat- hes, Clorks and Jewelr lie. hoie. After hearine the evidence pro ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, flit instead ot tin- Ith Monday in Siunliiy, paired on short notb'e and warranted. as fniineily. .ludee lornlW ha and tsn, .lutlee .Morrow erantedaehaiiK'e Mits.lt. MiniMitv, Miss .l!e ami Jv . UVN in his case hail a law p,isM makiue numerous of venue to A. M. t the other children went to Lexington Iteiillst Wllite, Carman, Itobillsoll lllld' Ha m.ned to bis elegant new building opposite clianp's in the terms, ainoue them vestenltiy. 'he posti (Tire and is better than ever prepared to accommodate the public with line pi lures from -- 'i:etend cinenitulitioiis to UImt- - makine the (ittrmid the llrst after vaea- - Others, to the Hoyle Circuit court. guar..tceu. Fully 10 cases will eo up to the Court '""""S"i"' " "" '" JvPrvoraml his fair bride. See Utn-- ! tion. It will be held in Aueiist hereaf- "'' Appeals but .ludee Morrow tells us teraml be followed bv the lt.s:kcastle enMerlutler. C. W METOALF, JR , he is not often reversed. Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, Miss A.NMK Wnv is sn'iuliiie it few court In September. ATTY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. weeks with her uncle's family, Mr. WII A i.'miii audience heartily enjoyisl ilie the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over Fratricide In Pulaski. limn Wr.iy, at Lebanon. n,vuiiotruvir.,i,K, very novel and eutertaiiiiiie nnislt-.i- l perlur business uianaeer sent us the fo! widow of Thomas Mas. M. IS. Will practice in any court in Kastern Kentucky. :.. formance of tlie '1111 Family at theOpcra 1,. ,.;.... dispatch IaM evening: Kwrmniition. of land titles made a specialty Any T., has Im'cii eniuted a jieiision for his ot for mineral House Friday nielit. They ate not only S iMKItsKf, April Hi. c" 'aill Owens, who ,1',e Information lurntsheil m any point land cor- services in the Mexican war. and line xottdists but seem to have the abili- n'Sldcs III the lower elld of tills COtllltV, rcsondence solicited .Irixii' V. ItoiiiiiN'ti and .1. W. l'o, of Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better music out of everything they hut who has spent several years in a hi the CuiulsTlaml Valley Luul Co., met ty to make lineing are really italic asylum, shot ami killed hishrother, To Farmers of Lincoln and Casey. grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the with the other directors heie yestenlay. touch. The wonderful and tie music they et out Theodore, last night, while in a dementMn. (i Mtn Min I'.i kin, who is in ery trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. of them is very sweet and harmonious. ed condition. The family is one of the have bougbt the "Pride of Nelson" Stiles' kid htstllh, came up fmm liuisvllleyes-tenlaWe can save ) oil 30 per cent on siiuare You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. patent M. C. Ww.iov. atvepted in a body the lirM in thecountv. rail fence will make vour old fence to spend a few weeks with ndn The audience to come on the staee and examstand as lone after it falls down as it has stood, tixi'M." and stronger than It ever was Tut foe cents per Hon. A. M. Swope. Mits. Dii. 1.i:mi, who has Ueii vNitlue ine them. A II McK INN KV, (Casey.' tunnel. This eeiitleiiian, who has done as Hustnnville, Ky. here since the death of Mrs. Park, Mn. W, II. Mil 1.1:11 entertained his es W. K. Mc KINNl'.V, Akciii, Stanford. with dipt. W. K. pecial friend, . udge S.tulley, in a fare- much for the republican party as any MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. home yestenlay mail in tlie Stati' and who deserves the McKinney. well supper Friday nieht, at which were highest recognition at its hands, is being Mil. It. h. Wiiiti: kimlly ttilletl in to present .ludee Moiniw, the local bar and instructed for by many counties as one eive us some news items yestenlay. one or two others. It was very eleeant THE GEHTS' FURNISHER, Wish all our friends would do likewise in nil its appointments and Mr. and Mrs. of the delegates to the National conven tion. He is a native of Lincoln county 513 4th St., Louisville. when they know any. Miller lis)K'iised their hospitality in !lllj IMIU lit' 1114 Mltfltll tit. tfm tJ tflllt't ItlitK.f ' Til 1:111: will be time eraduates at the such an easy and unostentatious manner The fashion of the itiy in the Gent Kurnih. Stanford I'emale Colleee this session, as to make evety one thoroughly enjoy .Oil her. It seems str.lllge thercfole that inRbncwill always be found in my store. I am, Lincoln rejillblicans tliil not endorse. Ililll lnKem for the Indianapolis Sicam Laundry, the Mis.es Minimi Sautley, l.utie Iktiley and thetH'ctision, wh(ch will be treaMirtd Laundry the world. lllltl We Would like to kllOW why this is ' Mattie Vaudeeer. Cominenccinent will ainoiig Judge Sautley 's happy memories tlius? Surely Liwyer Davison, wlio is LOUIS SOHLEGEL, Keur the lirst week in tlm inutry mouth of his home of appreciative friends. ''Cheeriuan" of the county committee, . of .lune. it has named his Air nil services Sunday, l'ev. A. S. sliotild have sen that was done out of Mn. I). It. Mmmis-iogratitude for his hcUiefactor if nothing lion-o- r Moli'ett, in biduilf of the building combaby I.ily Paxton, the latter part in Itlf'IIMOXJJ,. - KV. mittee, sitgeested that additional funds else. When he was collector Col. Swope of our. I. It. Paxton. Several of sm-took the Lawyer up at the time he was Photograph in all stiles and lie. Pictures In honors have been bestowed ontheyoiine Men1 neethsl for the completion of (lie struggling lorV, haivnecess.ties of life the ln(Jla ,llVfCrayoiliini, w.uerClors. New ecntleinan. who owes it to his eood Pititbyterian chunii. Mack HuH'man, give him a good paying olliee for a ,,., mKnumnd Mit.at very tow prices. friends to beein recipiocalint: the favor. 01 the committee, then madea statement number of years. To forget a benefac-Mis II vi.i.ik Whi.sii, who has niade showing that $'M were ictiirel. Vari- tor is the meanest of sins to mankind JTfTlQ.T? niaiiv ft lends liere during her May, haj 011s plans wen siiested to raise- it and and wv itj.iin ask whv .lid the Liwver Vj It tl.oiiivii vnti Me been forced to resign hei position in the ntuiti itiiiliini ut ; ontiose Col, SwoiieV '' Colleee faculty 011 account of ill health, was taken on the iimposition for each LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. for her home in subscriber to increase his amount -- 0 per ami will leave OEATH'S DOINQS. Carntnl, taking with her many warm cent. It failed by a larg.' majoiity and Mix. Joeswigert.of Frankfort, the THE LARGEST .'AND FINEST! then subscriptions papers weie passed wishes for her speedy recovery. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture ,. smile, who lee- ,m-,Now lady witli wure pledged. around, when ttUXililj 1JM liltj Ull X, ,"r,,,1 h,,rt ,v'n'- .v,':,rs i,",. f"r tlu' Wo LOCAL LORE, and;ilndertaker'3 Goods. My prices will be as low as such oods is Ilie time for the friends of the church men s Missionary Societv, died last Mis. Fauuic to come to time. The building has been sale. Top buggv for can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- RATES S2.5C TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- a long time in course of erection and the week. limn. -- Died, on the ."ith, at the home of her . vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. need of its use is felt at every meeting. inc to rooms; brother, Mr. J. F.Moore, Mrs. I.etticia DisMomi Ihnsat A. A. Warren's modTin: new council held its tirst meeting Ilice, aged ill. She had long been a el grocery. Thursday night ami proceeded to busi- faithful member of the Christian church. 1TUK18H.V UL'SSIAN IIATHS IN HOI'Kl. Fiiimi Fisli Tuesdays, Thursdays ami M. II. liurnside mayness by Hiiiial at McCormack's church. Dan,MV,V Saturdays at S. S. Myers'. " 1 " ""'nov' or. He n'ceived all tlie votes save his ville Advocate" please copy. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) Mr. ICin Hush, of Clark, brother of JnCXXj A OjCv& XlSL jJL XS Owsi.uv it CiiAio have a full line of own, wliicli was cast for D. W. Vande-veekavouii'I link iiktwi i..v thi: xoktii andsolth W. II. Miller was elected clerk II. T. Hush, of this county, diet! shortly hats for spiing and summer wear. I.EALEKS is j LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' without opposition and his salary fixed after the hitter's arrival, aged ."iS vcars Anotiikii lot of (lue Candies just , at ist) a year. For treasurer W. M. Uright in 01 norus. le was a member of the nd atlay. iio icceived and A. A. McKinney U votes, U'hriMian A. A. Warren's "Model KOWI.ANI), KV , Church ami was one of the' New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. Through Cars to erv. ami Mr. l.riglit will continue in olliee. substantial men of his section. v . Have jut opened a new nock of Men k and llos attorHats, Cans, Hoots, Shoes, Dry (ioodn, THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. News of the death of Mrs. Harriet J. Clothing, Ax elegant new line of Pants Patents P. M. Meltobeits was ami Family tiroccrics. ,sin ueaicrs in Owsley v. ney, receiving Mn W. A. Tribble's 'J Campbell has been received by Mr. Sow-e- Notions Coal Country produce taken in exchange for ami ciissimercs in stock. 'I'll KTKXASHIIOliT LINK. c mc Come highest votes. For marshal there was no lack of W. (iiveiiH. It occurred on the 1st Kootls atlearn the inatket price.in trade. ine, Cniig. nJv images all, and candidates: O. J. New land, Charley and resulted fioin her old enemy, conXkw lot of everything in the spring CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 1,1888. Samuels, . I. K. Poitmau, Peter Hampton, sumption. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. goods line just received at S. II. Shanks'. James House, It. C. Fugleman and (ieo. goon voiimn gone, tn April 1st, A ;v. Call in ami examine them. S. Carpenter. On the llrst ballot Samin Seguin, Texas, Mrs. 11. J. Campbell,' . " 1. n. TUA1NS NO'UTII , .. . ., the- undersigned. Cr.ui: l.ynu. VRAINriMlini." M. Jnnos, . . :.', Hampton 1, lorilU'llV OI tills county. Hint ilailgllter ot ,....., Duddcrar.W ucLur mid John (i. .nn Nu 0, J.T. HAiiiusis back from Louisville uels received 'J, Portman No, 3, Nu, 1. .nu. ,. No. 1. No. 7. s r,vriONS. g and Carpenter I, and on the linal 'r-- j ,s.r. t iirp .ntt.r, , Iv...l.a.l..l, of Dally. N.J. stoM- 'and has chocked his stow full of iV.conM. .riVwU urro.Vrp"'.": Daily Diily. Doi Daily Kk. Siiii. Daily. A villc, died in her U7th vcar. pentcr was unanimously tltoscn. good to eat. She leaves ate name f the semfurd ami ouoi.hcim Turnflit, Ojun Scopm 7 55 n !.' .. .Ctncliinatl .... A'rv 6 4c. a in 0 4J pin to fs n 'SI in His sala- - tll(, 817am number of ballots were taken. loss of an allec conducted is the liuildiiiR y 51 a aii 5 47 10 4 jJ p m uiwiwuivn ...1, n 5131110 9)5 pin r "" i""ci'k."' iitul rv was iixcii m .') a iiiooio lino n wasi tioiiate anil self saci'ilic ic mother the ' "" "j" im.iin 41111m ..am ''v;,, Imp i,,HI, 7Minn,ijpi 10 15 a is . .. .,, h uj hii ,, ,u., Halls I.ij(Iiim... in , vm j j4 ,., 7. ever hand led ordered .1. .4 lie he made tnillinerV .' her turnpike nmd from the StaiiliTd ol lasiiioiiauie for ,VI, daughters h.iving preceded .. wiam Nicholii..ille. ioipm Turnpike Uonl w oiiniiwim i7 a ,., .nsfpm , , ,,, Jjlam j,opm jioaii. t ,..,i 'rheprinnpalplaie of buMiic .hall be Stanu Jja m Junction City Ulld Hill marking It to Slllt the times. 10pm ,,Bnm '0, Ulld M for L...,.,,,! v,...r ao. it. is to receive ' Mini ll.r " lis shn ftlr(i. Lincoln inunty. Ky . i oj a m ijnpm Somerset u ,a m , i o$ in n pi tiuiim .Mrs. IMIIIJ IMIOOII- on j l,ok. I all lllltl examine. OakiUle.. The meeting pIllCO WilS fix t,y)VXn sjsam iijpm 9St pm ii Jiatn fiilllilli.irlv filled he iiiiuiN oi lis ,(fThe iiirporali..n shall coinnience ,10 Ihe tstlid.o( mj;.,m rj ... m , jSMi 1Ml, u.rillln,u ..... M ,ji, ja r...CIiatuiim.a. ..I.'i 7 jain irsi '" good woiiian. and we Mav.' 1018 ediit .Millei s once oei iiil . wa an en'MV'.-tie- . luam uwum iseCiiattiiioosa w'v iP ... ... i'w n,.vu . .. . ...! .1 I... Ml....... top m I lie ailliiiiriieo caini.ii r' ...All.illa " Jiipi regict to hear of her departure; but be- - ,i,llMj ,iiiars, win. h .bail.nis paid ,u ucb tune be .. ti ijpnr Mns. Kaii: DnuiKiuit has returned tioual Hank. 10 pm I. r ..lllrmiujlKiin 15 p m .iiu ruscnlcxisH co p in J it a in um 4.1 9 ma m Ai a special , meeting iieiu nir .... pur- - ' t.v n,, H . Uls n,i,.tid ""l '" where UuTniol"m" ",,,mll, ,""prescribe. "'"". m" urm" '" ,nc the cities ami announces that her from . j ,1 pm '"b1" ...Meridian ja Director shall vt iijpm y4l.iani.r' ...N'swr Oilcans.,...1. 'v voapm jrtopm (iCOIge .N tsirpulliei iniaillieil Its silU'erillgS UlV over, we dlV OlirteillN Ulld I. a be affairs nf the lorporatum arc tube manac-c6,pam , i a m Ar's Meridian spring and summer opening will begin post! one oi ne r'v l.'se ini.ipin bv l board ot toe Directors, i.,,,,,i- wnom snail .11. .ut in iiiutiiii .1110 thank Invl for the bono of a 11 res- 1.,. .1,,. ami continue three days. All marsl ml, Willi .101111 '..... ' iu it l.'ve dijipin,,. JuckMiu 011 the ,i .,,1, Ar'i ' Hrigl it as securities. If "Carp" makes unvction of tlie loved ones gone before. reci.irs.iuii be '"''V1 i.'ii '"..,'rr.V'...wl".'.V-.V-. loam l.'ie,...VicksburK', 4ipn. Invited. thu ladies .Monroe looj a I ;o p m I. c r as good a marshal as ho did a deputy tiieir ti oa a n is pm Ar's....Shrcvepon J. (i.S. ei..uinir juil ehciimi. sa.d iwird shall aio elect rlcrk treasurer Tins seems to be dogwood winter, sheriff, there will be cause for congratu- i. No. 10 leaves N. 11, Train No. 9 leave Oakdale ato 05, a m, and arrises in ChatWiitii:a at 9 he hlhcl amount nf Indebtedness Jii which -- Miss Saiiill Chellis, aged 40, teacher ..! judging by the chilliness of tlie wind, union, riM... .,!....!,. ,,l,t,,i.lliii tli.it .in this corporation ma) at any time subject itself Chattanooga at 4 00, V. M., and arrives at Oakdale at 7 iy isiiihhj w"j ." ...... .iv in tlie public school at Watertown, , inn one thousand dollars. shall not exceed Mann lloudotr Unlet Sleeping Cars on all trains. which continues to blow from the east. have heard urged against liim ainountH Ihe private property of the stockholders shall sued John H. Chapman, a farmer, II. COI.l.HKAN, i.enl Krl. .V Act. JOHN C.OAUI.T, (Jeneral ManaRer, the is delightful weather for farming, how- to none at all if lie keeps tho resolve he aged 7!l, for breach of promise of mar- be exempt Ironi v.. corporate debts. It s . K. CAKHOl.I., Oeneral Supcriiileiidcnl. a. jiiurs, is going on with Hindu at Christmas and which hi; has, riage, ami the jury rendered a verdict T.Crulg I.) Iin, (i. I.tnn. jainen iiuuucrar Tucker John ever, ntideorn planting Cenrral Offices, St. I'aul Huildinj, West Kourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Stanford, April 14, it S3. wo are told, sineo observed. for .?S,000. . a dash. CJ ATI? lJAD VjA JjEi. Aim Mock of good I1 UlV You will mivo nionuy hy examining couiilry store Address I wd good location inW, CouDlrj' Store Care Walton Stanford Ky (18) our stock of ladies' ami gents' shoes o Kou n. good dean shave or hair eut go purchasing. Owsley & Craig. Stankoiid, Ky., At'HIL, 17, 18HB t() .0SK. Thompson barber shop. ENCINES AND BOILERS REPAIRED. Wi: will have our opening on Thurs" Niu: line of plaids ami l:iln dress day, lYiday ami Saturday, April '.'it, '11 I am a pructiral m.ichinrvt with many years PubllHhod Kvory TuoBdfty and Friday. 0(Mu i,,t IlT..ivc., ,, S. H. Shanks'. and ''S, and cordially invite all the ladies ci'ri'iit.e I hasc riutrd a shop in rtar of 1'itcr t -- ATMrnuli' tin shop anil will promptly ami carefully Tin: law firm of Wnrrcii it Carpenter to he present. Courts it Cox. otcrliHiil all I iiKilit' nnd lloilers of nil kinds ill Irmliil tti mi, ut nasonahlo prices rU I'KIt Y lOAH.I.V ADVANCK luiM been dissolved liv iniitiial council! . Hrierpncr, V 101IIN. AniiKsrKU.-- - Deputy Sheriii'J. M. Hal- - ico D. Wi.iren it. c. walton, nu. ManaRer " Kwmini: our stock of wall paper ownley ,. (v,,, S nnmo of a now postofltce Vt'v. linvo the handsomest stock of dress goods and trimmings ever shown here. Owsley & Craig. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE NKW C.KOCKKY AND HAKUW'ARi: HOUSE OK be-for- 1 So Bo (UieWDKOE I HUSTONYILIE, KY. TUOKBB 9 the cities with a larne, I Would kindly ask )our attention to the fact that he has just returned fr.int fresh and well.selcctetl stock uf FAMKJLY (RH ID UJi5MKlfiJS9 My aim In endless variety, dainty in quality nnd sntisfactor) in prices; this I shall lie at "rWliett not o paid $2 GO will be ih.irs.ed j - Sale ofllotcl, I'crnonaltv. I I I and 11. I Ita-ne- v. I ... ...... m iKd-rn- . l SPRING OPENING! WALL effi-c- m Dull-ha- PAPER DECORATIONS j t,, I ! GXBBOJNTS, DiSLBTinXIS, KV. 9 I I arn-st-c- j Mm-nin- e PBMl JEWELER, DRUGOIST A9 Mo .. ' . 1 eriM-er- ' a , yes-ti-rda- v. .1,1..' ..... ilK, '"'' , -- ,., 1 j :. - Oc-tttl- BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! . -- Ivus, ( ky. 181-t- j ". f ' s y I GEO. X. WEARER, MiilSrG'H. I WOOD WALLACE, SEW FURNITURE STOREl MVK HrWMAVIV, PQ()l H I j 111 j PHOTOGRAPHER, -- de-a- 1 - V Lpirp VtAIJ tlUUOllj, III r r ,,, to-da- y $-- -- 10 j - I . .. .,. .i QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. -- K r. I General Merchandise, V 1 , ll I -- S ukad . - C V I M every-thin- 1 1 1 1 ss ,,,, - 1 ''tt'K '""" I I - 11 ) 111 . . i.swri-iii- w j 4 i(m , . """" - . s . 1 -1 ' .1 i . o.pi ia 1 . . . Kiu 11 1111 (1 1 : 111 . 111 .. d 111 - 1) 111 11 111! H I I Js--,s New-York- I'-- .s v 'V-- . .. i . - r ' "I fc.QTira.sv.v,ii1rTOn 'I 'MMJ 'fc aawtM.ja..,ir ',??vawr.jiiiswfc jr. tXs, p.... OtMI-ntt- i 4 lAfrri'i v IwTrninn Inttmini full .must? we held forth the Word lItKlUKdUUKnHL'i .lfi. I'raNe tin? I .OKI) for liriiijrlK lieiv! Kver in Jiwuh, (iKi. of s EOERSOH Full brother to Daimllc vrc ofSalliQ Vasen, trial a 46(0, tire of M.ittie tl.. j jo. WILKES. Wilke, retard , 3'-,- r GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. 0. H. UNO. I'UAISK TIlV I.OI1U, LIflTKU , Fl.O.M (.I'.Ol.liKl). IIAI.XK i1 i F I; f v I do ffi IO JX.rVIJJJlA.i.J X WA. 1888. charges may be. let .. MtAi,mH uri breeder: Ihe fo.Umlngritrait OLUKi. li . Mar. in. I'sSj sired hi William W tlch. the sire nl Prince linpcri At -. them call at 117 lutcndcucia street ' ot m f3rm " ,lie Sl"1r,:l Pl-- ,MO n,l,e" 0"'h ...1 I....1 ....!. Iu. iioiisrtwjss . al, 1 aa4, Jeremiah a ajS, llissic.an trot iu is. .1. ., stanloril his life until i.tu bought him a 30 or better tailed a wiwh In William Welch was sired hi lti M s. liM'tillMAN, where we tested the cookery fora month; dik s llamblelonian, prii.tle rec.itd ai, 1st d'ain Our people ere alsssiluleh dead to the merit, of c cam Stanford, Ky ami of which, what we ailirni, we know. the dam of linden'. Prince, t a?, and bi Itiiimrlrd the trotter He srrsed tw rtiarr. when IHree Itars hands high, sired ny the T'rustte (son of lotto) and sire of jo nulls trotter. old and unt two colts, Imth owned brie, and ion stallion, i Chesnut AVe shall never forget good Mrs. Toler's . it You t great I.oti lander First dam llr.oelct bi Angelu-- , Trustee, a dan. bv a sun ot Maitibrmo, In I.np i mild not bu) either lor too. ; VJjS ' or around Olnei foi a Itarkawas nmngstrr d dam Vermont being. grandson "1 grrut kindnefw and our happy sojourn in her 1 r , J K St) kes b) Hruncttr. byilh odnngtontne id dam. Miss, Itlsdik llaiubictoiiMii, iIr- grandest of theImng, bui than Jim to ftoo, (Hit o inlammim mares II. Colonel, dam y Caster, the le. sire mares and got iu loals pleasant family. Seven dollars a week is stud book for further pedigree l.owlan a lid (fill's Vermont combined, backed hi thor .cried ill his whole lilc Tho Original Wins. der,hi sire, was b) Dalesman, out of l.ufra by Highbred, will make a tine stockhorsi Itlsdik'. verv cheap for such board. Half the ho Hay stallion, foaled i.i iS8j, 16 hands and weighs Windhound.he by the eier famous Paiilatoon Ii.1mblct011i.1n, t Abdallah, son ol Mainbrino, errd H'trml )ers he ran wild iuI pasture uinlso. no males, during the tune wastriiug tn sei . C. 1'. Slmmona, bL I.oula, Prop'r M A. Simmon, l.lver Medicine, liit'd le and well galled. He is most succes.fulsire it dam In lllhop's wlirther I nmtlil g unuer or sta) on top 01 1'ic tels charge and just as good as the best. lajo pounds Chief, of tine t)sired by Messenger Dalesman b) King Tom, the his sons, t;reat Tom, dam bi Imp Mid II.1111bf1tou1.1l1, ,vl dam bi Imp Messenger. So. In the U S Court ukikats II C.MM.s Messenger Jr was England haseier priHiuied; 1 was not surprised when she told me Chief iSas by Abdallah Pilot. First dam own sis- KingHauand Phaeton, were imported to the I' ll.eilin, I'rop'r A.Q..Slmmon J Address .or W. A Gill's Vermont, hi Dowuiug's Vermont, sire f s S and made themselies lainousas .iresnf winners ter tnOcn'l George II. Thomas, J II. KNGI b) I oluinbus, she hardly cleared expenses keeping Thomas, record a at) by Mambrmo sire nf Scottad King Tom 11.1s bv Harkawai, the sire of Irish tho dam of hiiigmaja to, 1st dam nl Cnnliileiiti, SI. A. S. 1.. Al, h Messenger; for 47 ien Dam lib K (Harklejs) son uf Ci.lumbiis, sire urcd lNrioTiON. Hiliohnui I should think not, the way dam by Mambrino Chief; 3d dam by Imp, llircicatcherand Fanjtha Ualloiigh, the sire ol a aS; ad dan. I.) boarders. sire of the dam of DYirtraiA.SicK bv Temoest: ith dam bv 'lizerl fith Leamington. Dalesman's dam by Pantaloon So ithdam iinims n.r In SAUDI F. Si l MS THK FANC ArrgTlT. Soik Stomacii. 1'tc she feeds them. dam b Darnaby's Diomede; 7th dam by Cannon's Itis seen thai London ha. tiioiluse crosses of Pan- dam nf Climax, d d.tiu Gill's Matchless, issire nf tin Vermont the sire of a. "earnt, Pulor.M. K. ii nip; 8tn uant uy snipp caragon "rv.TAdams, taloonand through sire runs thro' l.anerc at,I'ramp llonner Hoi. a it. filllack Maria, a t(t. I.adi Omc The captain was urgent that we should Church, Messenger Chief Jrs dam by Vermont Jr; ad touchstone, Glencoe.elc, while through bis dam a Jft, and iigan a Tenn., wrltea "1 DKXMARKj of the iI.iiim. of WALLACE Imp. Scythian; 3d Itirdcatiher, Ihe iuui s snouiu nave Deen dead but ., stay to the Regatta, naval iiiaiiteiivu"), Jam byalh dam by Oiistott'i dam by Homier' (tray he traces to Orlando, til orm.ley,famous performers (iambttta Wilkes j40,I'lic King 'i. Nellie I. Telegraph Kagle: iur your uenulne M. A. Sim. most Caster, Sulton and all (tails alH Foaled Mai 1. Outlaw a aaki. Pearl a ui, Lad) mom Liver Afedlrlnr. I I,... Vermont Ir. by Vermont, dam by Olner Mes- and sires in Kngland. I his hore will sian etc., that begin tm the 17th, but we fell ltu. ts a m h .Mahogany on). It1 lleitrlce a jH, Lady Patchen a 30, and Kenfollowing Maud iometlmea had to tubatitute Sr )Wft'S "Zellln'a .mil sire nf the ad dam of hands high, heal ) mane an tall, is strictly fine tucky Gentleman j that I'ensacolii "time was up" and we scnger Chief ioi, produced34 theMarvel a i3; llessie AT a a .luff" for son. M.ai Abel Messenger und fa in), it both a natural and pleasant saddler: I'lul Thompsons ifils $20 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. II a js?. Manning CflUnfe cine, but it don't aniwer the a breeds fancy and when iineil) druen in harne-could not tarry with a good conscience. aMat5i,30. Gils a io'",: Robert Messenger Girl a Kisd)k'M llainbletimlan, bi Abdallah, sire if goes list a trott.r Kathenne s sis. j'M,(.o.e. He is high tail style on both, 3, Sir Vailer a a;; 1st 1U1I1 hi Charles Kent marc, sides to the third generation, I. bucked b) thor JOHll Prettj llelle 3 li. Singcl Messenger a 14. 'o we "coometl awa' ". Dr.J. H. Gravre, Kdltor Tt bv tilth llellloiinder; adilillil One lilr, In Illsliop oughbreds on Isoth tides, making him i.ry active .Mes.enger Chief Jr williaake tli season of '83 i(tn, .Mcmphli, I'enn. aay: A pleasant run to .Mobile, last Satur I received a pack age of your l.ii er llauibletoninu. ,;d dmn Sllicrt.iil, bi Imp Mes and sprightly in gait, in form and finish a parlvct Medicine, and have used half of it. lliiiubletuni.iii Is ill was sired b;. day, over the familiar road, where the AT SI 5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. llav horse 16 hands hull. '.J en tiro- - k; is sengcr a IS and,17 others Willi rocords the .ire or model HeDenmark, he Sumnter I ltnin.uk. he byt It work, like a charm. I want nta settle of to h) Games t Civinwell Goddard's better l.lver Itrgnlatnr and cerDrake Cartel hi neiter; also 01 tne it un. nt irlukel 1 i unit 35 Denmark, he bj the rice 'mrse, Deiitnatk. he b dam dam of Fellownlav and pine trees are bleeding their lives away, tainly nu more of Zellin'a mixture. Imp. Ilcdgeford 30 or btttir Ills first dam was sired b) s.r Planet, ad dam. Kroliu, Fellowcraft sand Spenii - oilier, with retordsnf and the turpentine mills abound; thro' DtOTa rinoiit iiimuing bi ma's lllack lluwk. Ihnft'sdani, b) Lexington , ad dam Florine, (Idleill ue, heb) 1 od'iHnter s Sir Wallace, he b Sir j Go to the turf Vermont Albert, thoroughbred the inipojiet ruble swamp.--, of palmetto ltt:irk kf.illinn iA hnnds hlirh. forded l82i. sired ivild'sdatn by Imp Glcncoc no richer blood book aire JIf isKthaiiol Allen j aCS Lniuiiiii. a aft. IDown- of Virginnit by raiiln ad dam b, Virgluiiis.bi dam dig sire the duo. ot and also t'.e thoroughbred he for extended pedigree, and find hue he comes nl, the dam and cane that Iin the Alabama river; by Aliunit Pnnce lirstdam b Knnmlus. AI- to racing talander and rind theiw brightest pages sire ofWilson a nt Mambrino nice, the sire nf lelebralcd Masnn s W'hip, ,.l dam a t.ipp in n .'Sv, llelle performers botlibv sire and dam illumines 36 by and ucro.ss the many booming bayous moiit Prince Alnwnt i.ireofor.Mollie Long, Miilig'reat.icliieiemcnts He combine, the ulood Hill's lllaik Haw I., In- Sherman Morgan, dam list the d.im Hi. d in the a 1st trotliiig mare Hill's lllack Hawk is the ..ri.in. . I.exinetonand Pliaetmi. the attcr thro where the L. i X. . ....... - ,. KOHIXSON, and ot Saratoga a aii; l.aucet a ;S, T'his ua sery stj'.ish "!i. kind and gentle In his sire; en llroetk and Lexington twice through Hire of He a ugieatnorse erolnc anu has fought hi way, with commendable harness Illackinoiit promise- to lie bone and sub- jihH.Iciilo, fanny u.uion.ine uamoi itnm'si. aI'.llian Allen sireIt'.,tin- ami - uf ounir . inertia etc damot If a.l, and is the lllunche a a.iS, s..n thrice in Horine, sue, stile, for the nt dam In Mil enaint'eriiu skill and coiuime, in making .tance. stud He hasill- - season at I'KN DHL- - ' the old adage, llloodiulltell," is go..d, tliisoing Gen rueid, a Htt Tennessee a a7, and ler'. nf Wul ace he b ihe one, h..rte, Deninara .1 Will make Denmark, rf e iiigoui-r) s (li 1iS U progeny that ulwi the founder ol the. great lllack ILiuk f.unlli his dam I' I.ARs on the same terms as Me.engcr Chief Jr proie his worth bj getting ad d n outlet. oriie u Southern will show in Iron! 'at the finish " He is ijreatl) in that ha. in the male ami Icm.ile line 4011 ol a ,;o or ier, jdi'Juiu by oil Dtenuon i til 1. a tint tb ti Hoth horses will suasoii at mi farm on the MoreCHICKEN i?s wnm out l.li IV, At Mobile Cieoige picked up her Me-- j and and Carpenters station turnpike, a miles niarks.iudforin likelussire, tlielamoiii en nroeck better representutiiea. hi Old Columbus, bor.v.b ack with heai) beaten bi his ton Cnluiiibiis (ll.irklei'a sire nl high, 1.. naturi sidd c aM wil warrini mlle record Iiasonly been whose He is Coutiilence a S, dam a Messenger marc ridian lady sweetheait, in the person of from llustoim Drake'Carter,.! full brother to Cuiuregan J K il.U'GHMAX Old Columbus a S cnuierted pacer, hniiight saddle bieedei. Cholera Cure! . iellputiip,s"tongly knit and his the muscles and is to keep Miss Mamie Taylor, who ouartersuf all the best dependent, of Lexington, frum Canada, sire nl Confidence a tS, Columbus City for an indef- -' and will make the season atFIl 1.1. V DOLL kits .Navigator a ,i, iius.nnond a .pi', , anil iiung at MtssN-dppaVIIEAD. company SANUII1GE a 15C ; and also aire ot the dams nt lien to inture .Morrill a 17, Louise N. a aujf, Nameless a 10, I'uinite periotl. At 4;.'tr p. ji, we reache Ihi. hue lack i.by l.iant. he by Imp Palermo, ritv, J.,7'4 1.u1iK' Columbu. i, the aire of Imp Maui our destination and found our good a .to or better performers, and he has sons that' '"' ""' ') HtilniiM.n s s iiup.on, he by s 1IIH comiii: .IiD Sl'kl.I.ION, a has e ''"I1 or Old Coluiii.., .... .. friend made in Jackson last winter .......Jaco ...... ... '""'.I1.' ..,d' 1,."" I'V ... Urtll,Hertrand .W...IUV i.tdam 1... . t.ll - ts.sired f.s.srt.f.. better nerfonners t ....II. . ik.s act (1... '..t....sl...u lICll ' "' ' I"". I haiidsoiiic Jitcl.,.) j ,.,.' iJ, 15 hands ; : llhck colt, foaled in .S5. by Caliban aj,. r.ireol - ." 7 " hisisa e.irs im i li1' lilood lion. Win. . Walker, lepreseutativo a C '7 Krntuiki high, black tilth lue.i ) nose Wilt leric .1 feu Cayaif, l ) clone a a.w Almont, ov, of '' sire from this county in the Legislature, WW dam AlueO by Pascard a.to..onof ' Jennett stallt niMr Fannie Witherspoon, a 16!,'"; ad dam Madam Finch, . , . iic.ion of i333 ... IIIU'S The nbiiie stock win make the season of 333 at WlUtlllj: 10 receive US IllUt eoilllUCl US li She b) Citi, m Lincoln counti.on the siielii)tit) (dam of limiiia G record ajs)i,iiice es ironi Hustoniilic near l.irpeu-tcr'ui) farm , . und Knoli l.icK urnpi e roan, :u jii casn tor tne Uascoma4,ana I'tintona a s uy iirciinoo,,cu uji ... ir,i..t ..1 .i tiriT if li . V !.. ti...ns li. li Station, and wilt be perniilted tuserie b) the .. 4 .. (.nil nu u liiiuiJiiLc.iji jiu iu t . ling lllll lllllllln ili lllUitiimn.iniui.itiiwwiM ii Mfiniiirinn " . a ) o t i t 11X) yurtls from the depot mid -- 00 from colt, ound and a,,. right ua dark-- bay. with p'en.y of Hamlet Den,,. WALLACE AT $ I 2 50, TOM AT $8.00, of Harr the Gulf heat'h. Thia, tmngstall.onivlll make the season ut the l" w'w ,ar" here we are, once more hetweeii od'eondifnei iZl he'h.u no sriorjf SnV.u" n CuV, ."Jft Gra'ildlVaaoIld dim' bv """' '" ,lu and wM having wan Stock coiiiiiiiued 10 my care and breeding will id dam delicious s.dt air on one side ami the iu Kentucky .State In harness,first pnaes at e innoiis J" Campbell, on 01 Wagner; liclipie: Kilken-- ' tho at $15 TO INsaURE, under .add and in Fair, in (he Almont receiie my personal attention Grass furmihed b Mnf.'on u( American horse. halm of many miles of unbroken pine model ring.; und now ni. harness ear-- ln a sad- I- i,Xlexander's Abdalluli, sire of Goldsmiin Maid, .. will at reasoiuh e rates, to bo p ml for before removal the ,t uf June, aim horse, die horse, a. a combined and 0f sio.k No reipon.ibi it) for accident, or c.dam ,,- Mambrino Chief, sire or dam of "nil on luie,l.g.itiiig the pedigree hat he is one lApe, forest on the other. I suppose there is belieie he ha.not a peer in rsentitcky. lorfetls i4,tis with. slock ... .. ,. . the Insurance. a 17, a( dam Kale by Pilot, Jr. aire of - ' li of horse, ' he . . . by Hamlet Detiunrs this spot, winter and summer, Star Denniari. he bv isloties' King Denmark bv oby Ua,n" f Maud... .S. 1 irfki. Tlieanaly.i..fri,;,( ped- - "' has the bloodvoui.crlieurge soulikes. the ltiier . opivn,,,. no healthier W ' ' 1 cl ....... i.t,,.. i.ijii Oli ...mii.w. .. cinti. ..... He of American Denuur. he u,mi..;n tlious ; Clav and Messenger to back liltu tor a .need tiro on tho continent, than this coast, be- II ac Denmark, ,the 4. mi e race hone he bi Imp. of Pilot, Jr.two of Henry City und Thousands of dollars worth of Hedgeford. Tho BUYEKa'OUIDi: 11 built upon a pacing and thormighbred ducer Pedigree Kinnv W'ilke'a was .Ircd bv Lilc; tween New Orleans and Pensaeola. Fint dam by Chorister, lie hi Contract, lniwrt-ed- . foundation hicks'iis die every year from Choi-:ra- . issued March and Boot.. l'bis colt mil serie mire, at Wilke. 4650, sire of M.ittie Wilkes a pi; 1st dam Gi ad dainby Jun DOLLAUS to insure each yoar. It is an oncy. We are only live miles from Ileauvoir, .....1 1.. 1... cl- - 1.1.1- -. llrown.heliy hv es' Scrogglns li,L c,lr,t .l.ito nf It is more fatal to chickens than Zelkabi ad Hiawatha, lull sister In Maud Wil.1 olopodia of useful inforHams a au, ad dam Tcn.i by .Miimbrinn Messenger IKivis lives, in his fnrd, ath dam b) Pirate and he b; I hance Itrch ill other diseases combined. Hut the where mation for all who aire of the dam of Messenger Chief, who sired 'ii and he I.) er, fifth dam by Keiilticay IHoswrsrst .Maud .Mc.icngcr a the luxurios or tho ny iiruius, honored and disnitled retitenient. Hope Imp. Iilossom, otn dam 11.uu oy iisrovery ol u teineuy iu.it ttti'itrv H.i) GKUYbK CJL,HiVJC.V,AIac. ...ssseoget, 4iu tiiioi164 ; t oung bv Downing'pacer; neoessltlos of life. Wo o) jeiierson, of see- Spedal. yes it has been made,' and to be we may have tho great pleasure can olotho you and furnish you with Hamlet Deiiiiuri's dam bi old Lexington, bay horse tt'l hands high, isa sp'endid 5th dam bi Hunt's Cuniuindure A dar Wilkes! 1st h) Kiucr) Walker. W'ugner l.)ieiges 4030 of its efficacy only requires a ing him before we leave these pints. I It it needless .V say that for hartiuii and suldle, combined stallion, w ill bo permitted to serve mares dam Lou Coon, by son ot lieorgc ad dam No all tho necessary and unnecessary American Clay, to appliances to ride, walk, danco, sloop, $10 insure rial h kornlos In Mamlirino Chief, id him in 1847. at the head of his regi- - and for action, treauty, style and e egance as u at We toill also stand the noted jac ', !. Mrs. Caudle, oat, bottle is enough for fish, hunt, work, go to church, Mam nf hrlcson ad Hiawatha bv Hiawatha, sun tllO bllttlf Of breeder, Hamlet has na.iipcrlor, and he trjumuits me It indrcd chickens. It is of Imp Albion, dam Duther'a Ma'ld'by Mambrino or stay at home, and tn various sizes, UlCIll, In MniltcrOV, before theie.iualltiestohlsonsprlng. stylos and quantitlos. Just figure out Mcsieiiger Downln IlUt lllStOiy PEYTON EMBR1 nay messenger ny lias As a taken of my appreciation of past favors, If, after using two thirds of Htienil Vista. ,. Xot Mince. pineni. dam bv Inm Messenger Downing', lluv what is required to do all these things , .: i.,.. ol.i..l.Gs-tr and nn Inducement for future as.l.tance, I wi. give bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly t. .. IlllS Oeeil Ilimie sou f. whu oi. ...... v. o .u jJOn Iircnilum for the be. t three cots by Main- At io to insure. Taking .lie. style and breeding Messenger Is the ulrcof i.auy .iiarini a a.l, COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair consideration, we think thii the cheapest stock Porter a aSl1 Mambrinu Messenter. streoft.en bo ihowuiu 1849 at the Danillle Fair. into satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ict to estimate of tho value of the BUYERS' ,i ;,.i. ,.f ItV"i 1 Gcotve II. Thomas, who sired Scolt Thomas 1 al. OUIDE, which per ever offered. """J pasture will be furntihed at St will be sent upon Cholera, return it to the undersigned We lire llollllUJJ Sei'VkVS 111 tllO tOUIt- - lolh, ly persona and speclu mteiilloil ii be Mareskeptongrassatjapermonlh. No respon- mid Lady K.j j.;', wi reoelpt of 10 cents to pay postage, prevent accident., but wil not he sibility. Forfurther particulars callonoraddren. und ynur money will be refunded. Yesterday, moinillg tind UVeil- - relpoitslli e hou d .lit) occur. nio.s.c. itoniNsos, S. H.or I. li.UAUUIIMAN, liutisc. MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. Stanford, K). Stanford, Ky. c. t. SANDIDC.k. For Sale by McRoberts A. Stajf. ,3 1 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. ing, to good congregationsat night a tj I ll.iv stallion 154 hinds high, foaled ISsi; hi I'nnccps, 5J6. sireof seicntico i jo pcrtonneri. Haie alo a good jack, that will sen mares at dam llamite, l) Hamlet, Ki, the sire nt A l'irt Dark gray lack. 1" hood high fiearsold. .He Sin Dollars, n same terms as the horse j V. i'antlind 1 Jo; ad diini l.iudora, thedim of Putrr is Pasture for mares at mutith imbletonian, to, the sire of Dexter, J,bj 11 by Imp. Consternation; (thilini by sponsibility for accidents$130 per S. 1'KVISNo re- is well bred and of ihet lini thr .ire .tot themilHulka Is slid fine breeder of I a 17' J jJ dam Will jiik, that sold afeirwcck. ag for )i,i by Imp 4 lly II al Johnson, Agent Washington (iray ; 5U1 dim Mo stand at III the tool of the day, KinaiUiel and j ntaiiiod on all colt, until thtunn mon ey n paid, rartinc witn marp tortpiti iniiiniiicp 1'rinccpi, SJI&, the lre of Trinket ait, nml ifi Henry, the captain's colored helper. on Any marc brpJ to nbop toi.k and thpn bred to others mill records of a yt or better, b Soodford TsA.-LMA.G320 FOR JENNETS AND $ 0 FOR MARES and money land and water, took the "laboring oar" any othpr animal forfeit inurjm.eo. j mow bo-- Mambriuo a ai j. son ot Mambrmo Chef and t Insure a I it ing t oil. S1 comes due I"lrI dam Woodbine, dam of Wednciv'd a II l.irn retained on ot till the as.u 11 pud ami we were oil' for a ride up the pretty I'rimrose. sinter to Miilmuison, dam of Mauetla, I. II HKIi.Hl, I will keep for serine tlii" season trial a 1(1)4, by Abdullah 15, site of (ioldsmlth Maid t in farm expanse of water, to explore an arm of Hi mtsliile. K. a 14; Jildam lllaik Koe, dam otlarknet j 17 and mile, south of J uni lion titi, three jacks and a Mauh, IJM dam horse, alliomhined stock Horse well adapted llerinosa, trial aj6J, by Tom Termer, jd the bayou that we had not yet seen. If t. by Cannon's-Whip- : ttlidiribi Itobin (Jruja saddle anil hirncM purpjes and AMI anything, it exceeded, iu quiet beauty, 1'antllnd 10, by Hamlet 160, the sire of A anu marcs, i ne 1110 nne (Jloster a 17 nets a )sck Volunteer a, sire of M J illicit a sure dlto months old Ji j t any of the rer-t- . We wound this wayand llamblctunian iu nr jennet con to Heading time mid others Volunteer 53 i of Sentinel a AjtJ b Patriot, d I'irstdim mage, and the jai k. that up the tortuous channel for three Younp I'atrtot HV MKIKOPOLirAN, miles. The merry mullet sprung clear' I'm ate tiul at t leais ot age on lialt mile tia' k t Sl'HCIM. NOTICIi. Hainblttotiiau on of Kysd)k' wagon a 11 In olferint; lheeriice-- s ot this highly red oti(; from the water, in every direction, as Dam, JOKITK, Dark bav, HShind high The rinctt horse, stallion to the public I feci assured that those hai on same trtm-th- e A lien on all fir the best brecdir and the highest hrvd lioise in they pursued their gambols, or, mayhap, htm. not only Stand at lo Jennet, iv.lt ill appreciate InR !lj lll.OOll CHIKK, ?9, season taken cir ut alter Kentmkl offered to thi jmbln at so . u prut-an.is a trotter himself, but n a 'lorsc uhosc breeding .May 1st leaped for lifts to escape the ravenott-tr.i- r, Sire of Knnnip Kobiiison, a oil terms so liberal rank him ainoin; the ioromott In the land Pedigree ; I almage is a nitr Description he brown hurse ift and iaformed, nt a 4 Milwuiueous devourers. or other A the public is wi.l hands hiirli, with weight and Metropolitan, bi Kyd)l's Hatnhlptoniati. dam started In seicral closely contested a Living Colt. The gentle breeze sighed through the II jacinth bv Voluutwr. grandaai Clara, dam of LoncluslicI) In each ca-- c tint he is a raic, proline cte in proportion with a lint, rUmmg mime and tail , $30 to itame, relii-blDenter itid'Hictator, bi Mvh's American Mar rate hurse At I.atonl.i he stnt 3 ar. old this rmg, sired by On Tim, he b H pines, that lined either bank, and, as the Metropolitan is acknowledged by all to be one cd VII.Kt MICAWHI.R annst Jack Hajden, Ossie II and others, by Wu.hmetim DinmtiL; i.t best many three straight heaU; sun sunk to rest in a blaze of crimson of the best, vnd by111. tun the icry ln.i bred Mai- .'.. stonewall J h) Kinbaid's i: ..... Viplnri njs,,easily In At Maisiille, Ky, with time, lliru dam I'aniiie, nl dam bj I" HelsliiMar, he s b) Imp Site f HUck Prince t it';, KiHgslei ' io.,icu. no r..!l li'oiuser- r...l..l i..u..., aa7' Helshittar; rink T.lot.gt 1st dam :. the .Urn ot lllM.k Jack, glory behind the, forest, I thought I had ' sold at tin? Mcl'erran saloior $7 05 th highest as j competitor, 11h.it wa appauiitl) a Kalc heat, h) Ho)d dead Wimhester, n Mack CI md The two uaiu lur a oroou lo.ire ik ouuns .,is ' was trotted in the remarkabu fast time of a 11 more memorable seen but one sun-se- t fine Jack-- , i,v. Dam AI.I.K, j,.,r,v,,iitJ11.' c.ther of which aj'llisstud scrncc is limited to 40 approic hooVed ingie sold at public 3ic r ior maies for beauty that from the Pincian Hill I rial t:ieH,and th JOE BLACKBURN AND BRIGNOLIA, dam of slhort I'rursW, a'aor. S aieragllic $6i 50 . nod Wihoo. gardens in Koine long since described. Mood chief by liiids itiatk lawk: dam , the former Full brother-old in n...ki....t... gmndam bj ugu4, si... Duncan II KMIU.KTONIAN 10, Hi ltsl)VK We rowed to .Jackson s Hndge, where Aratus; ird dam bi riniolcuti I'.lnod Chief sired the latter J ears old 10 prii Ib.ih are the sumo hcighth, li( hands high, with or .. .itioul weight a and Fannie W'oolei Oramsldam I.AIIV OltlWOI.I). the stream became so narrow that the I'M.if ? ,,Iim Illood's lllack Kobtnsonsired ao'j dams Sired bv .Messirgir I huf, tlii Prune d, lie oj ad Prince, he and sie Sire.l . Hawk the by Prince, the Adams Alf rd Imp Jack, Trial tn wagon and oars nearly touch both banks. This is ' of Vim Armm a.iollrasfipld Almont. Ir j and1 Sire o Maud Messcmjer a i.', Abel a aoand Protieiie a.iS grandam of Hello First dam I.adi Curr). '.j l.tton, ,.irc of darn Daisy by Dixie, by Shelby Ininr'sDmc, d other lly I'l.VIM. .MttKLAN. place, of Which there are Still II few 10 irain.inl Ringold are fub brot'.ers-llry- au 4, Maggie K a a; son f liorndalc . jj'i , ad dam bi dam Nellie (.ray by Lord Wellington, he by jJ Jim itmh " 'jH, Wilkin. Mkawbcr was sited li Itjs4k' llnin. " old and evtreme wooden relics in the shape of unrotted hands high,and King., d y line and stjlish Wil .Nlami'nno Medic), siiiot MambrinoLhicf, n, ,d Napoleon isjd,nice dam byjaik, Porter Henry Ward a Heechcr black 15 hands high null dam by Norman dam nf good weight Heei her Has sired by Prince, 1st Idstoni 111, dum l.adi llrmsn, Stir, grawdPkkwlck. stab e nt More and (ilenucwts a ba) sLillion, 151, hands liih. fxiled OVprilS brillge timber, Where Old Iliekc- - make the season of tS93 at dam hi njlt.bi Seelrl's Vmerlraii " iSSj, beautiful In color and handsome in form and dam Hose Umbree, by Pate Kinhre'e's Stonewall Nigger f ance, son uf lime, son of American his doughty warriors, en ry crossed with hr shows a true, mil lulanced LMit and has un Jackson. l dam KIIoh III) Ihe b Hlithe's llanni H1I1W doubted speed, baling shown quitters Iu .VJV, sec hal I antimjsly miite persons warning to breed Wilkin. Mkawtierdiesl iming and lelt but fess , route to captuie Barrancas, in the an-- , .T and see colts -- ....I. ...cn - -- II. I1.11I- no trni- L- i.orl.- List lonuets to call .... .. .1. two flack 1..UI. I . haie from colts; but from his great spevd, rich hireling ami ,.,.w-..-- .. . -- ..I n.wio.vw Tn HSRr -- .....!,,,.. ic.uraunoi year Ills ulspositiin is pencil anu nis oiihiu i i'.s.wm..., r. ,y,Mui magnificent form, h gat abundant promise nf a l.KVI lll'lllll.i:. re bred lines of his dam, was by If any mare Lien retained 011 all co ts t.) Hon, most brilliant lurrer, InitH ihi the track and In the . t to the captain's house; ate supper of oys- - ' to another horse or traded monei wit is be due Thnrmlnle 1 nK.ason ofthe sire neio. 1. uy, rsi tint famous mare. Dnlli stud Major I'Iuhhis Mm ton, ol New V.irk, - furnished Care (dam of Director a 17, and Onward a at ,) 1st dam atvlo- - nml Grass will at Ja 50 per month Iiin nml (ili ....I'v.ol in mute us that he refused lor Wilkin. Mlraw wiilbotakeu to prevent accidents or eitapis but by Ilrowu Chief 4(3 brother in blood In the great ' . ' . , ler Just a sboit time before his ilootli an ulferof Clark Chief spent a tieiignuui evening, going nacK to no responscniiti nou it nuv JjJ.immi, and the gir.it dll rr, l arl llurr,a)s that W s. WIC.HAM.Morelatid, Ki Glenneiv will stand nt $ the insiirnuce, money at .11 inc ueatn til at 10 o'clock. our boarding-hcr.s- e duenhenthe fart is ascertained or the mtre parted sust lined thr loss of with the great on. uf old Sister Toler ptepaivd us early Hainblrtonlan caught our train without Itisdik's I laiiibUtiHiiaii.wlMi sired both sue and m This fim stillii.-- t will make the season of 4Vs at damuf ItAltK AW VV li is.ired 40 a ,vsrformer trouble.. There we found our dear capllay stallion. 13 hands 3 inches high foaled Oct. farm,, t, mile. Instil Stanford, .111 the Stanford and hs airid 10? sons who hair sired mrt mi tain again, who had come in, a mile and 1834, bred by II C. Mock, Damille, Ky Sired Will make the present e.ison at Wm M Kile's and Damiile pike, a p performers and has sirrsl thr dam ot 50 per Messenger by Messenger Chief, insure formers with record. il a to and better, t.milng to see us oil'. a i6ui First dam a fast sire of Maud by Voung Training Stable ut $Ju to of crs a tiling cnltor Jm a half, at that dawnful hour natural pacer, him the creates! trottmu bore t.rogrmtor III at has ice AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. the season, ca?ti at time America; ad tlam by oustot leicgrapn pacert. a As long as our train was in sighthestood , 10 nanus nign, ." ncamiiui ma . . . r . 1.. lit appeared n:M.I 1;, the dam id llatkuvav, ".. I I. ; lUmbie ZZZX-y.T.iiupon thetmck, waving another and "n damoids;r'pacer(5.,oV;-TeUgr:,h,. A ,,.., otl ler adieu to lis. (Jod bless hi.ll.l ; ," K 'iV':,'":'," ' "" . S'''dllubble;a Dei.mark.now.On I n.e , r. 11 ,,i.i,l., , ,., .1 .... v . Producimt dam. nam 01 s iisiosMar. the ,,. .......... -. i e 1..11I) iirown, me j,., dam .110 ie , niusnrr ch' V is icry much K riends are lllighty good things -- MH.IITV Amvlili'the b) 'Tailor'. ,le.. ; ot IIAIIK W.Y will bar " breeding on dam smJ. dams being oflike Je- nr.t , ' Jdim pacing ronie lurner's a is",, their j , dimJ . Miller'. Denmark .which gises sV'wItr.I.Vv. JL!i,,r 111 Imp 1 ork.liirt . .TTlr.: the cl.ssct...,,,analisis and r huie ctert ronhdeme L'u,, .,. ........ .: n.. llneat-e- : . - .1.11. .... . . ,1 and mane others too numerous to men . ". , V. ....! if any of my ,.on. Vr pacing hiwhas helped to .odnce Mreauers go 10 rensacoia, ever, ami want " '" :oriu, s... .... mo,. Danillle, Ky .,i,.i.mi,; 11 ,,vi ....t to,,.... mi. ,i..tjrc.ndri.er; the la id, andhls tillies 1IT1 make j-- V, " ahdamby Packoict. .th dam 1.1 ", it H M III r., iI,0i Messenger wilt make n , a Comfortable lodgment, with II table Prince the seison at tthi the embra.e of the bluest blmwl lire..! "ui K.mh s.lWv 1. Oi-moDlo-med- e In-1 j Ila's proscn a than this "Great high. thp best mulehimself ill sure foal defter and the State He wa one of Jacl. Stij;all Crook gospel pilgrimage. He lrcd bj IH.i-- I'.wlc byHawk bb Maoii' lllack Heart" of our lllack lllatk Hawk by IVtir gave us 12 beautiful photos of thedifler- - llawL b Mornuo .Mammoth by Imp Maminuth. Dam li) lllack llnwk b Moiiiiro .M:mmiuri uy ent point of interest on Chieo Hay, mn Mammoth. Ho will ln pprmittod to n'ro a few JiMint'ti at Jjo for Jack colts and $ij fur jell whieh we much prize. whole-soule- d Mississippi C'irv, Mi.., Apr. U, ss. was meet that tin1 Dbaii Ixtkiihmi:--I- t . troinl friend who wvleomed us Hist in I'oiisueolu, hhouhl entertain us at liishos- ' pltal.li. villa the last day ,, m.rM.iy. And ,?&.',,,' it Wl illst like hill! to UltlllU Olll' U tllO pietureMiie projections into Chito Hay "Harnes' Point;" and to assure us that it was ours, whenever we wanted It, let "real estate" " whieh way it would. If I.1..I. ...... , i.l.. ever wewuu-..,..-, .1 v,...i.., 1.. c. f,..' bid. 1 do not know that this continent contains a greater eonibinatiou of desiraLOGAN CALDWELL ! ble features than this pretty ami of At the unir limp and on the sitno frms I will Hay; and I ean never, I think, Hn is black stand my jack, I.o.iu Cnldwpll h.ive a neighbor with a more jrenin', with tno.ily no.e. 5 vein, old and liparl) t hand kcojuuic. zu uain uy iu rir.tuamo dam b) Old lelcraph, 4th dam by ('rank, Skv daddle by Oliver by Wanner Wax) b llertluimc, J t 'I his combined t.i!li"n will nuke the so.itnn of t dam b Mmie I'clral. id dam by l'oni Hal 1 uicoln cimii I 1318 ut nij Mi'de near Turiiersulle, dam j.jle' Wilke. I. b) (tcorge Wilke. tin the Stanford .. I Iut millle Turnpike, Anicrit-a1. 011 t'oon b) Clay, irc uf iirnnvillc Magu, MaKKic Hriifi!' 1 7, Klla Claj 1 iVJ jj6, It .y 1 Keno AT3I0 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. tire of Clunmic li j 1;) ty anil Mitcrj 3 jj I'.it Clebourne is a reil bat, heat j mane and tail Daimllc Wilke. full brother to l.derou Wilkn hands hull, of fi no sljle and splendid ailion has itartcil In four race, won two of them in 5 ears old on the aoth of Juno and straight heat and got money out of third He U and will bo (lie rol natural sauuie si.iiunn in tne county nc ire oi'Sallie Vairen, hi- - only colt that ha been ban cond died; hiotarlcd in seicn racei, winning i.au lX money in tneof them ' UiVncov, by jot man'i AluialU.., lie bv Alula-Ial- i ui nf i3S3.lt Kder'.ou Wilket will mike the F.lnmre b M r.llilt'ir uj M'Atiiiri n Mm,ii.n nj my plate 4 nulc wet of Manford, at t irilt dam by lieiirral Kysdtk's H.imbU'ioni.in Faulkner bi Old l'clrj;raih by Vermont lllack H.twL hi Sherman Morij.iii by Jinnee Morgan, and dam bi Cioddard's Sumpter IVnmark- - by With lien lelained on all colt until serine fee is W.iihlugtoii Denmark, id dam by Old lorn Hal W ill jjue personal attention to marei, but, lly all analysis of his pedisrve it will bi seen that paid not rcipomible for nciidciiU, should ani on or it contains the best saddle and trollillj blood I. IIUS Manford, K) I t,lt. uorW u..,jB. Iw cro,., ,,f ,,or k,,w to 14 ouihbred. PUT CLEB0URN& bj l.yle . 1 il, ilkr. of BREECHLOADEB. - k 2J io PROXIE. I wills! md at mi firm a nuirswest fllranti illle, on the lishrr s I' .11 turninke.l'ic tuir 1 mm ijH bands miilhoii I'KOXIK II' a laik high, was loaled In IS" Hi" been broken in hit ness ami trotted when a ion li in pn'i IU a heai) cart I will stand bun la, . iui), 1 t, itf, it Thisj.uiiij; thoroughbred will mike the season '88 at thejow jiric- of 1'I i, $10 to Insure a Living Coll At $15 to Insure a Colt i';;.,r huZl &W kj Fifteen Dollars to Insure, ikow, L'en-saeo- la GrRiSUNTBTr, KKCORO, J 2488. isS make-u- p dam by Imp Medley la dam b Imp shark dam bj Imp Kearhaught 11 11 Monej due Seiilember 1st, ill), at the Critfsh) farm, neir Mielb) Cu, K) Description and I'eduree. Ilrcechloader is a rich dark Im, with blatk points, not 1 while hur on him. I19.1v) mane and tail, 131, hands lush and a perfeit model. As to his breeding iualilics, I refertoany ofhislast jcar's colts, whuh are. without a simile exception, large, line and solid oil $ J,Ots color llclow is his pedigree' No. 4; IIKKr.CIII.OADKU.bay, foaled in 111 Imp llitlet, ljo dam Nellie Vilcy, (ifraiid dam nf llinetle b) I Hob Johnson dam Mary Churchill bv Ales ChurchIM Imp Margraie this laikis ithandi Inch, was f.uled June la, 3 dam b AI r md dam of Kim fonso iM Sired b) Imp Cordoses, I. lie's tstdamby r Mammoth, he 4 dam Mistletoe, by Cherokee Ureal KentucVun, he by by Smith's Mammoth, he bj Imp Mammoth; td 5 dam lllack eied Misati by I'lajer. dam by l.ee's Mohawk, he bi old Mohawk, dam 6 dam by Albert imported; d d.im b) I'llbntt s l'.iif.. he by Imp 7 dam by Algerme 8 dam b tire) Alfred I'allfoi and out af a W arrior Jennett Curder will stand 9 dam a mare jiuuha.csl in Virjlnia bj Capt (Jeo, llurbridge for breeding, but whose pedigree is now lost, beheied to be h) AmeriCHs. AT TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A COLT. 10 dam b) Imp Mnnke) Due when serncc Is rendered and ni.inei refiiiiilc.' if mare proieit I e not in niaf I'eiligree. I'rone was sired b I'rovatiles, 1st dam b) llourlMin Chief, ad dam b) lll.uk Hawk id Morgan, Spears, id dam 'i) Oilier, 4ih dam tube by Imp Messenger I'roiatilea was .irc.l bi I'rin cut. sir I rinkct, a 14 nt dim I id) Mam he In I'rivateer, ad dam by Mcxaiider's Vniallab 1 lew weeks ago for The sire of Prone GXXiDEHOT, l ... I k t- - II It CORDEZ MiM-ti.i- hi elc4a.1t Jersey Hull will si iml at 10) St $3,OASH, at lime of setii with pmllejeof leturn if cow 1. not with alf. F. II lUKNSIDr t ti I , this seaso. nt e VIMIASI I.YU'. M) filr laik, Willi mi I )le. Mn1- - will. meal, no.e, 14. hiinds hwb, irrd In I )lr Imp Ja and ' ill "fa splendid jrnncl, will make thrsraso nl ling at mi stable between thr Danillle .V Stv I'M and Danillle A llustonvillc pikes, AT SO TO IN3DnE A LIV1NO COLT. Inrteits 111.ur.1n e G Mare parted with . falls due I II I and motic. SGLI MAN TrT'OlTDEH HF IIOSS Ml'Ll JtK, uMc of tu SILAS VAUGHN, ou per. AT A Will make the pf 1 tntlco SIO TO INSURE '' et wl a '" llie tAnf rilf A LIVINC COLT. jlMttDiMID, n(, 1111 fHARKA WAY, ilt - 2875. few uf hi. gel can lx keen on the premise that will compare faiorabl) with the get of an ja.k in the aunt) A lien will be retained on th toll for the seasm monei Parting with the in. ibe insuran. e Great ic will be taken pr-ir- nl aettdent. but mil not he rrsiionsii''' b mid ani cur K I' W(H)Di K H .4 ij;, io. Henry Ward lleeeher. . BLACK DKXMAKK! THK TIRPIV HOIISK. it I W miles frnm I rah Or. atot will .er.e mares at il! make tbe present seas.. ii hrt, D on the Stamford js.l. Garner', t , car-ol- Insure Siu to Insure Living Colt, li leiel-licadc- d ... ',', ' ,.,,$' i j ,.., uln-nlni- ? ' ti,ml j. i c.r ... in . GLEN7IEW CHIEF ii.anil 1 ier a.i( it it t it at. rlt.iae I r mate pirta Mofici due when ed will. HUik Denmark Description ind Pejigree a V t imbir I lear.'ild tbi. sprinir. jet ed n. rsc, Hrtc t le and a. lion, and 1 g d brswruet Sired b) tSe famou old Stonewall Jai k m.ii. he b. Hi tbef.ni Miller's 4d Waslnagton-Drmuark.ltlllaik flcnutaik mile rate Itors. Deimirk grand dan. br HUtkburn. daai by t Wliin SUmewall Jatktvu'-- . Jam hi Abdalia'i awr dans hf Mrd.M Will sis., .find mv two line Is. Is III. At K HAW Kind I'll I M I. I II (l.IIN'KU. CrabOrrhar-l Secimd fc SWlZr&&V , . b- tsimi In Maud S , .,,, , iruod tt Kye-se- and N'ai . nnir., o.i,n...j.....rIil ..first-clas- s I ,'.,,. ...... iS-a- our VepmontHambletoman breuk-faxtund- PRINCE MESSENGER. lll -- tfi(JLVJlji.R iKi(.fcJ, ....-.....--..-- ks -, li ...-.,.-- r.ei"p" '- " - 1 - A,lhereletn,esay, I wr dyjK ,, ""'"' . ' ..'. a'hT iffi ,,...ir . l. that no hotel in town can su.pas llOt care what tllO toISUre a Living Colt nn M,.,pp 1 -- ' ' '- -' imp. 3coxvrDOisr, C u, IWI I 1 itri i s list l.ii. .so Ir is by F.rtcssnss. (Am MMHbriBoLlsMf.br Meeabnavs I'siasaslrr. die ud hi. the dam of lioKwih I . Mis sssfi. Mled dawghtrrsare lk daws of 14 in ihi in list KiiKtoaJr is half krtlHir ! r.rts, tton.l f M. ala 4 )ar old and sold Iu KoImii llonucr a thai age for ihsood First daw b Iks4s bj olj llbn, urcof 1'il-- t J' list ol Ja) Jr ured iinu ta Maud sI'Mot && Nut siahi.itli anu ai ' Se--e a 1 I is tbojaHst Mtttibritiu Chwl strssd IjJ) I'hoio iSf. Woodford Mrmbnisa tji s,, Hngn-d- i 1 J), Fl.k s Meoibl.no I kiet a ly'y, Ha llcnra a rf x .Meutbtiiti. sur a 1S,. Membrino I'lkn ij, N'i Star a a4 t r.ritsstm Jr isa sdid black, in hands high an weighs is.i pounds He if a horse that ituxi Mendt hiiusxlf eiemf he hai no pedigree, b that he d srs should make hi possessing the one of the gratidrst stal'u.ns m Kentutk) Scr 1 h.l ...,! k"r lire, will be SIO TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, . mar-lend- wi,, ..os-.- lilltx If pstmrnl is deferred litl after weaning Iim. added. 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