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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888042401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ', COD " Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. i STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL IJilllJ. .lAHNKS Hi, 'NS. iNf erior Journal. 24y ' f888. !SAM Sevcn-bmhcl NO. 24 Ita.ic Hamilton', N 1'ie.A.Iglti U'llJC l.KTTKU l'UO.M UKOUUKO. MiMihxiri'i I City, Mihh., Ariui. k mi Istkiiioiu Thin uhortlvo liiuiilut by the wii In un unrt.'s'.i.rii iili'itl. Tin vrMi fathi'tftl thi' thniiht inn! tlit 'Vrt'iit oxjicrtatidiiV (if Uh fciumlirt luiu iu'Vt iiuituriiilUi'il. TIioul'Ii tin' roiitity (if ! liirrJKOii, nuit mightily iwiunl, it can linnlly even (wplru t(j the imMtinn of a village. A fi'w cottap-i- , in iinliirerriil ivjuiir, Htruiij,' along tin dcuclr, yd other few wuttcreil up ami down tin; railway; ami three, or four more hi.itlcri among iiIiich; with the n Moro or two; nnil u pair of empty waiting "tiro Newton" in till them--- ' make up MUiMppl City. It in one of a Hi'rK'H of Miuiiiior reirtM for the N'cw ( leaim peoIi', that dot the fiulf Coici for "0 milen towanlri Mobile and perhapsthe 1'iist in Importance and population. Twelve mile out, iiitohh the nballow miuiiiI, lien Sliip Inland, with excellent nMc. harltorand anchorage' on And this harltor is the hope of Home, t luiiK-lcnved eoiirt-hoiiHi- Kpertive glaueu of wonder and reproach ' at on for lingering ho imiiuIi. Then llml- ing we aru making woino jirogrerts, how-- 1 ever slow, hu paces luajuotlcally on, till a frctili dirtturhanco in the under- giowth excitcri htm into another lunli of dUeovcry. le is "brut of friends" to the Troupe and wo to him. Idoloveu"dorg." Can't help It. I am very glad we came heie, though for io short a time. The "Coaxt" isoiiile Utiried up, and that ubiquitous Hums that ni'er darkens a church door Iiiih been largd) reached and bhwed. I Mill Mib-m- il to the better disposed of our oitho-do- x 1 HUSTONVILLE. i CHURCH AFFAIRS. in l.irrl Knwianit. at $1.7$ at ' fiiendsoreiiemieH, whether it ih not better to reach thin "rtct" even my way, rather than not reach thuiu at all? If the object of tho gnpol in to better humanity, an we all agree it in; and "my gospel" makcH them! iiiuii lietter and huppicr though the brthodox mcthodn hitvewiur-eon them and repelled them why .not let them go to heaven Home way, if it can . cU'ected" All my friendr, of the or- thodox HTMiuiou think "the girbTund I are going to heaven, in fact are pretty fair christians. Our gospel makcH us what we are. Well! m point is this: Will it not be well to persuade this great drifting class to go our way, hince they have In ilityn past Hpeculatinn tiHik made up their minds not to go the ort eu yet. hold of thin; the county was eixuadisl thodox way? This of course is a ipies-tioto Hubncrdie J.r0,(XXI in lionds and an unfur the heart. It rebounds from used for the future unind rail- heads, like mustard need shot from an way, i mining out ten or twelve miles towards the "land of its longings," is all Weaie imiled to Atlanta, Georgia, to look at, where Col. Watterson's "money devil" that is left for the to remind them of the coming has his headquarters. I hope I can perWhat a well patronized institution that suade his victims to spend miiiic of his would be, if one could Nivdhly exist; ftltliy lucre for the gospel I love. At niiv wheie victimized counties could llml a ' rate, give us your prayers, dear friends, mei'ting there. It is 'Hctrcal," after u severe I'.nancial "ope-- for a smces-fu- l ration" in getting up a railroad, where j,, nit,. long stretch of travel, but the ,. ,au. (II,ix . their exhaustnl energies might slowly n, j., ,.,..lr uar UTUH'rate. "Hospital for liicunibles" jntil obey. I mn so glad to woul.l not be a bad title forit. This ten-- ( go Northwanls, with demy to issue county ImukIh seems sim-- j restored health. In fact, we are all in like that of the indi- - nilnm vigor again. I "raise the I.OHII! pl idual to"goin debt." (Inly '(iko. O. Hwivkm. Kver in .lesus, '; ho-tiri d r- tin-hith- u road-be- d iron-cla- tax-paye- pay-da- 1 j "ox-peti- -j Strikes. .Midge Love, of the I. S. Histrict Court in Iowa, thue.MHinils the law govern-way- s ing strikes: I. Wnilro.id emjiloyes have a right to uit work. they have no right to prevent others from taking their places, nor to terfere w ith the operation of the road, t. A railroad company must haul the freight of every other company on eijual terms. t. It i nouxciise for the company to s.iy tliat its employes will not handle the cars of a road on which there is a strike. .". Such company must obey the law of tendance at our meetingscoiistituted one the land, not the order of the Itrothcr-o- f the veiy few pleasant reminiscences of hood of Kngineers. II. If it refuses the tr.illir of another that doleful capital, gave usan invitation here He is representative from this road it may be oidcrcd to carry by the county; resides in Miss. City; and w el- - courts, and. moreover, is liable to suits ciiiied us on our arrival, as I think I for damages at the hands of shipper. : mentioned in inv last, lie isiiistaskind 'hiA 0w,l'.v '"l K",u'" '" W 0,u' ,)f to us as a man can be. . Wednenlav nk-l.-t a furious .,!,.. vvitb uw l,,,,M niiiliiliKemiH ol pniliihiliim ints, hut he has not lost his head entirethunder, lightning and mill, that came ',K ,Mttmwr 'w 1,,0,W4 " up just at nieding time, prevented ms '.v J ,,SN,.vl,i-'- : going to the fiiim and the "The pnd.ibition paity is disposed to service was intermitted. All dav vestei- rry tilings to extremes; being backed lav the gloomv weather (ontinued, tliinx evening the darklim: skies re--1 h' w"""'" vvl, kllovv towards '"von.pa-Me- t their frow ning ap.earan.v; thesun ",li,t,,"1 or '" ,,um1- iu IIU1,,.V . Iy in a crimson hae of indescribable beantv; we went cheerilv tooiir ajijioint- - ' lmV1' lwsenaeted granting sullnige to wvully retarded the good ment bv our n.inantic p.ith throuh the suits w Inch they, originally, had in view. met n fair .oncreiMtion: ba.l a l"rty in their greed for good meeting; and as we came home by 'n" l'l-w.fKiiiB w twniiii-i- i .special " were out the railroad track, the stais itltut regard to public good, hlmIii. This niomim: the weather is just I'"va'w Wo, us fc..iniM.lioiiUl stand by what glorious. I don't know a contrast N, oreat. In nnv other .i.lace.' between "" ,vl,nl a" il Vntlwr ,I"lnietlon ofthe o fair and foul weather bv the seaside. Constitution and enforcement of the "'"K V"11 "" ',:in-takes on the "'" The ocean, chameleon-like- , f,,ll-m.ntanntrielUnmie s..,glv idea. of the skies; and this doiiblu gloom aoove ami oeiow iremeuoousiy enA ollicial in the Patent hances the doleful outlook. Hut tho mlo Ollice was talking grandiloquently to his works both vvnvs, and, surelv, no morn- - .I il.tt'lln. .it li..t- .lfia tiKrnt Itiu t.i irti it.... ing is so brightly beautiful as that which . l.M.l,l. ..um1v. hieaks where the glad ocean reflects the . W(mM ,, if 1;hl)11ll(icson.e .. ..!... ...! more ili.in .1..11I1I..,. the ex- 1.1. night"" "Thcrc'd bo i0 apjilicatioiiH for . iin.k Mu.secnarm o. em.ci. vour pUv iHide of '.' hou.," replied from the upper verandah of our hotel tllt. rilfl.fi tt,ltl Urt.ubnHiian- vit!ulruw. upon the beautiful expanse, to see the .twaington Critic. sailing vessels creeping along the distant A scientist remarksthat there aiojorccs line, where seii and blue ether meet; "some to the east some to the west;" but innatjire that never Hlccp. Yes, that'H all, as if strung upon an invisible wire, true.and they won't let anybody clsosleop anil were being slowly moved acros the either that is, I have been told so. Nino " at the say insect powder will kill 'em, but. Jones, htage by unseen wings. who has fought through many wars, thing is to burn Tho HweutncsH of spring is fully upon rsayH the only us. Our meandering pathway thro" the up tho bedstead. is a romantic 10 pines to thu A cream separator at tho lliuelton, ininutcH evory time wo tako it. First, Kansas, creainory, running at tho rate of pines, of which thobhitcly, revolutions an hour, exploded and ono no morn growH weary than of tho 40,000 fatally injured four inen who woro lookmurmur of tho mirf. Then tho fresh ing on. Tho room was completely given undergrowth, like welled shrub-berwrecked. iust now, and one particular bush, ' with young loaveH, deep red, as theylirst 8yfUP of Vig conioout, giving tho eiret of something in bloom, scattered thickly through tho Is Nature' own true laxative. It it the jungle. Hex, our Hiiperb white anil tan moit easily taken, and the most eflectivo pointer, and n "natural pacer," goes remody known to Cleanse tho System bounding before us, taking patronizing when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Ilead- caro of tho party, making fiequent forays aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Unlitrun-- . ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. into the brush, as he hears a lixartl tling the leaves, or a bird Hitting uiiiong Manufactured only by tho California Fig tho low branches; dashing baek into tho Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A. 11. Penny, Stanford. pathway far nhead and casting a retro- Law of -'- elico" with soinelsHly else fobbing the, j 'money" seems to work a cure. The iiletude of our present abode is almost oppressive, at times, but we id-- 1 have the remedy for ennui in our? own happy family circle; sothat we hard-- . ly ever have the least approach to lone-- 1 ' 4iness, whatever our surroundings. And somehow or other, when the time a goodly audience greets its at the ciiuit-hotisgathered from unknown! quarters and full of interest and atten- lion. This is the main wint, without which the most rannliNiuiil environ- ineiits would lack attractiveness. The Hon. Wm. (i. Walker, whom we' met in awful .Jackson, last winter, and whose great courtesv and constant at- ! , ' -m- mmmmmmmmmmmm I'-- i ---- j - ,,,i-- . The attention of A ton of ropes made from the hair of I 1. Amall 1c'k of gewd.a1 Iloti.c nd lot on Ii.iumIIi! pike, turning just now toward llurkHvillo and A women of Japan is used in building PAI) CJ nwir ocntloti In rUl OAljly. land a Zanone. Four acre of it is probable that a number of brood country tturi1 Adilnsx Country hlnri' Ciro W. ltd) vacated l, tie SMXIO.OOO liuddhist temple in Kioto. r aitnn, st.ililnril Ky land in lot ami g itdon Ajiply to (I5J mares will be sent to that xiiut in u A I) KUOI', Stanford, Ky the American Baptist Missionary don has paid all its appropriations, THOMAS W. II. Smith dropped in last week; "STAKD I K),K)0, and closes the year free from I n Candidate to the great delectation of his luwt for re election to the oflice of bt. to the action of the democracy Mirnff, iibjett of friends. .J. II. (ircen is again n - The Northern Methodist Church at I have purrh.Kcd the lumber yardt of Meir. the market as a George I' Wearen and I M prepared to) 'merset caught fire and burned Frlduv will open Li of Mr. Wearen JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, alleidcyard at theinone piirciittJllruce and will carrj pay the highest prices to all who come! Ight. It was valued at S2,(XH); caught lumber roiih and dreoed, a Iudi;e of the n irge line of window a!ie, door and thinglei, It a Candidate for forward with their lleecv stores, (irecn from the Hue. Court tf Au(eal from thii.thc id I)itnct, suhject lull., pmi and the picket fence formerly sold by has been so long in the business, and Mr. VV'earcn. S. (7". 1IOCKKK Ilro. Joe Hopper spent the night to tne action or tne iiemocracy bus conducted it with so much fairness .th his sister, Mrs. U.S. Withers, last! l'artics nlio wish 11)1V and liberality that he has become de,'ht, en route to Ford, where he and mate detective work clone Mllnddrci llawkeyc, Stanford, Ky. servedly popular with wool growers. v. Mr. Kvans begin a meeting MT. VERNON, KY. - Though just iu from a fatiguing (and -- It is estimated that per cent, of the I?nl 03 T 1? Jly U("ie anil Lot tif iu some respects harrassingi visit among alth of the church members iu PUlV ijALft. front ALres, at the Sou. TliiieMand l'i Stanford It jtel U still maintaincrct the districts, my allection for the Ivtk-itio- the Cnitcd States, if devoted to mis- turn, lare garden, miles homo and nil theGood ing iu fine reputation. Charjet reatonabte. jod fruit tree., .Vc. Adjoint llcnrr and .lot ux vi. or perhaps my fear of sionary work, would amount to $10,000,-OD0- ? atteiitio-to the traveling public. I want 6n for It, wluch U Smith llaJKhman M. I' NEWCOMI1, Prop., its editor impels me to pay my respects' very cheap Alex Martin, Stanford Mt. Vernon, Ky. to both, however briefly. Hv the way, lie v. W. II. Hopson, one of the Mr. IMitor, let me advise you to throw inosi rRANk' IIERI1CKT, D. O. S. oisiiiitusiien uunisiers 01 the im w n tksnv oil the galling harness for a few days, Christian Church, died at the home of1 LONDON, KENTUCKY, & get out ol hearing of the click of type, his iu Nashville, Tenn., Frithe intricacies and inanities of copy, day night. CAPT. FRANK D. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. DENTISTS, the clatter of the liendish press, the There is some hope of Falcon after of venal politicians and Mibsi-d- all. He has turned his attention carOllic e on Lancaster t..onno Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. to theAll uork guaranteed to give en d exchanges, breathe the fresh, free ology and is almost on the point of ac- ult Tare and Reasonable Price. Day and night lire attia lion Traiti i are met by Polite PoricrJof thu Popular air of the now verdant and blooming cepting Ilro. Harnes' doctrine, which he House. country, view the broad expanses of the ridiculed a few years ago. glorious and Id your purified -- Supt. F.. M.' Caldwell, Jr., tells us and reinvigoratcd spirit ascend in grati- that Double Springs Sunday school contude and gladness for such bright and tinues to nourish. The number of THE CERTS' FURNISIIER, 25 Acres beautiful surroundings. I was about to scholars enrolled is 'J00 and the average Twomilei South of Stanford on Ncal'it Creek 513 4th St., Louisville. Aililrt-VV, CltAIC. me ill Carlisle, Kv suggest the propriety of taking "Kate" attendance during the bad winter aloii'.', on the assumption fishion ofthe diy in the Gents' Furnish, The you were mouths was (Vi. S. O. DAVIS, ing line will always be found in my store. I am too young and handsome a man to be At a meeting of the congregation of lor the Indianapolis trusted out alone, but I know you would the First Presbyterian church Sunday PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, agentLaundry in the world. Steam Laundry, the best come back all right. Now I am serious. last Ilev. Henry Scudder, of Carlisle, reMT. V10UXOX, KV. (Jet out among ,the constituents for n ceived a unanimous call to LOUIS SCHLEGEL, the pastorate week and get acquainted with the peo- of the church and his salary was fixed at OfTue next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. ple at their homes -- study the make-u$1,S00. Speci.il attention Harrodsburg Democrat. jn to di:a: of children. uml capabilities of the county; brush oil IlICIIMOXIJ,. - ICY. ltejKirts of the ministers at the Leb. fc the cobwebs that will accumulate in of- anon district conference of the Methodist Photographs in all styles and sies. Pictures in fice life, and you will return with a rein- Church, held at ll.irdstown, showed 40 TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New devigoratcd frame, and an elastic spirit to with more than 1,000 pusigns in l'rimes and M its at very low, prices. battle for the fame of proud old Lincoln, pils, and 400 additions to the church in I offer for a!e privately the property on Danami incidentally the good of "the rest of the district since tho. last conference iu II HILTON f. R. DAVIs ville street, occupied by VV. I.. Withers. 'I he lot mankind." contains about i'j acres and the improvements are SepteinlHT. a frame dwelling of 7 rooms, a cistern, stable, nee. The relatives of Ilev. Strother Cook, esary outbuildings and an orchard The Iront MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. for an lot to DEALEHS Sr., mid wife, "Aunt Lucy," who attend- age is sufficientwill sell additional building whole be cut off, and I the property as n or Sunday, at the resilience of John II. ed their golden wedding iu VV. M IIR1C.MT, in parcels. Call on Mercer counIJ At Farmers National llanl. Mutt, his daughter, Mis.s Cynthia, aged ty last Thursday, tell me that the ten ROWLAND, KV., 17, was united in marriage to Henry Hor-tochildren of the aged couple acted as at- r KM" G MOCKER, SEC C SINE, SUrT. Have ju.t opened a new stock of Men's and Hoys' tendants ami that the "ceremony" was Clothing, llats. Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry OOO.J. STANFORD It is now said that the date of SecreNotions and Family Groceries, Also dealei in pronounced by Ilev. It. F. Taylor, a Coal. Country produce taken in exchange for tary Rtyard'h marriage to Mrs. Folsom, They raised 12 children, the old- PLaSlRG MILL C0MPMY goods at highest market price. Come one, c me the mother of Mrs. Cleveland, is fixed all, and learn the advantages in trade. est of whom was killed iu Georgia while Manufacturers fit for June '.'. iu service during "the late unpleasant, Squire John A. Chappell tied his Colling, ness" while iu camp one morning, by a Floorlriff, Finishing" Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, first matrimonial knot Thursday, when Etc. Sash. Doors and Blinds always lie united Frank Dishon and Miss Clara cannon ball, at a moment least expected. Mutlnl Life The absent lsy on the occasion of' this in stock. Oaks and he did it iu line shape. Co., Philagolden wedding was iu California. There At the residence of Mr. Henry EDWARD H. FOX, were present their IN grandchildren; (I Hlankcnship, at ." o'clock Wednesday Ills an daughters-in-law- ; two ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, company, old and thoroughly reliable, con servathe now in its 41st year with $13,500,000 evening, .Miss Sallie Illankenship to Mr. live assets and Jj, 500,000 surplus. Its rates are as two Harry Chappell; ceremony by lie v. JelT lov as any old and reliable company, with diti icv. and last but not least, the faithful dends unsurpassed, a reputation for fair dealing 'I ribhle. Miss Sallie never looked more llasmosed to his elegant new building opposite excelled by none and plans to suit escryhodv old servant, "Aunt Martha," who was lovely than she did on her wedding day, than ever prepared to Would call the attention of business men to its the postolhce present ut the wedding of her young accommodate and is better with fine pictures from new endowment, accumulated surplus and 6 per the public being handsomely attired iu brown tricent guaranteed bonds plan o( policies. photograph to life sire. Satisfaction guaranteed. master and mistress ."0 long years ago. tr Women insured on the same rate as men cot and satin, with hat and plumes to Fifty-twJOHN K KAULKNEIt, members of the family are District Agent for Kcntuck) match. The attendants were Miss Mo!-li- e living and ten have p.is.M.d hence ason, Daiigherty, of Stanford, and Mr. Au- a s , one live gust Keoler, of Crab Orchard; Miss Josie grandchildren PURCHASING AGENT, and two Foster, of Stanford, and Mr. John Chap-peThere were also piesont in the Hotel Emory, - - - Cincinnati, O. brother of groom. Immediately af- large circle of relatives who witnessed LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ter the ceremony the bridal paity, con- the first ceremony 00 sour patronage in purWould thankfully years ago Mr. and chasing for people solicit of the clt, in any line outside sisting of 70 invited guests, drove over to 1 loll-ut- FOR RENT. VV .VI I few-day- t ' I. NEWUND X.TJMBSR, j wool-buye- r, 1 I ' r I I NEWCOMB w:ll-1cn- HOTEL. Sp;-ci- to-da- r 11 1 I I toll-Rat- it i Sj-t- V son-in-la- Poany couri-houe Herbert, JACKSON HOUSE. 1 i. Firt-cl.- sir i! blue-gras- s, FOE SAXjE. 107-t- r. WOOD WALLACE, I I T House and Iancl tlt il il M I p PHOTOGRAPHER, -- 377-t- f. Sunday-school- s, HIXTOISr& -- DAVIS IK- Gcncral Merchandise, n. A son-in-la- 10-t- Weather-boarding:- I2TSUHE m In tlic Pcim I Insurance delphia. I sons-in-la- grand-sons-in-la- DA-N-vira- o gr.uul-.son-in-la- MISS HARRISON, l, THE GALT HOUSE, 51 court-hous- e, ), ''l' ht h'g-liixt.- - -- "'i , ,iit v v - , ,.,,, .; , i 111 ,r" - the residence of the groom, where a sumptuous feast was spread. The tables didn't groan, but am sure if thev could they would have done so. We couilt'd til large cakes, all handsomely iced in colored icing, besides salads, turkeys, tropical fruits and confections iu abundance. It has never been our pleasure to attend a happier occasion. This young couple start iu life with bright prospects. Miss Sallie is a nice, indutrioii young lady, who will be a "helpmeet" indeed. Mr. Chappell is one of our promising young merchants of I'reachersville. He had his residence handsomely furnished and a wife was all he needed to make his cup of blKs overflow. With splendid music and gay badinage the evening sped swiftly and the merry party broke up, hoping another of our merry bachelors will soon go and do likewise. So here's health, wealth and much happiness to you both, and may you live to celebrate your golden wedding and inA. I). I". vite your friend 1 .Mrs. Kvan Waters, Mrs. Hetsy Nevius, ol goodfc.si. Dry (iond. Millinery, Notions ot all Mnds.riirnitu're and Carpet. of Stanford, Mrs. Stari Cook, of DanWedding Outfit and Mourning Goods a special THE LARGEST AND FINEST also "cnaperon i.anics visiting Cincinnati ville, Mrs. W. 1". Curd, then .'! months shopping or nest references given HOTEL IN THE CITY. Charges reasonable '1 eleph one 57 old, and Mrs. Chap Coleman, of Mercer. A niagnillccnt dinner was spread upon CD RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDthe tables and numerous and costly preso o ents were presented the happy old couING to rooms; & ple by their loving children ami relatives. J. F. W. TURKISH A RUSSIAN HATHS IN HOTEL. 1 sight-Kcein- $ 1 --t in :o bachelor lulveitiVoil for wife. .V typoju'raiiliu-aerror changed liNaye fiom."," to h7, but it iniulo no A l Fioncli 11 P c- 3 Ct Q 2 K.S. M.VKTIN ino. si. perkins IIkqohkad, Kv., Mav, iS3;. (lill'ereneo, for bo leeeiveil 1'oU applications from l:ulie. r.tnginj'froin the ajje of 10 to (K), ank all proinisiif love and devotion. At l.vin.ir, Iowa, Philip Held shot anil killed his mother and then liini.self. They had ipi.ureled over the mIc of a U Pu P. P d Albright A' Martin beg t inform their man; friends and customers of the change in firm name p 2; CD D w (7: X o o k- Q Q MARTIN & PERKINS, CO a en Ck cs 3 i I lioru. Ducklen's Arnica Salve. I he 1 d .. A wilt tope j "wire-pullers- pop-sur- e circumference been manufactured at (Sateshead, There are six strands of 111 wire each in it, the breaking strain of the whole being 17" tons and that of each wire iu the rope 1L"0 tons to thu square' inch. This immense ropo is to be used iu n colliery iu North Wales. d. best sahcln the world lor cut, bruUo, kiirei, ulcers, salt rheum, feer oros, tetter, chap-pe1. in Is, chilblains, conn and all skin eruptions, and positively cures plies, or no pay reJ mile long, 0 inches in quired It gu iranteed to give perfect satisfacor and weighing 7J tons, lias tion salenwney refunded l'nce j cents per box. by A. K I'enny, Stanford, Ky For Fug-laumm O p p 0 cs-- G The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many improvements in the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We will desole special attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you forpist fat or and asking fur a continuation 01 your trade, we remain Respectfully yours. MARTINA- - r: a a w Lebanon 1871. Planing Mill, 1888. a CD p. m o iw CD Mr, W, court-hons- o long-leave- d v I I "You have a very sour look this morning' remarked u cucumber to his neighbor, a dyspeptie strawberry. "Yes," wiw the tart reply, "one is necessarily unpleasantly affected tonssociato with such a seedy party ns you are." "Caulitlower by any other name 'twill smell as sweet," shouted an onion near by with a peal of laughter. Being More Pleasant To tho taste, more acceptablo to tho stomach, and moro truly beneficial in its action, tho famous California liquid fruit remody, 8yrup of Figs, .is rapidly superseding all others. Try it. One bottle will prove its merits. For salo by A. 11. Penny, Stanford. B wastalen with a severe Cold, attended with a disp tressing Csugh and running into Consumption in its tint stages. He tried many o called popular H cough remedies and steadil grew worse. Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and found immediate relief, and after using about a half dotcn bottles found himself well and has had no return of the disease. No other remedy can show so grand a recrdof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Guaranteed to do just what Is claimed forit Trial bottle free at A. K. Penny's TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Worth Knowing. H, Morgan, mcrcnant, i!akeCily, Fla,, ts4 in O O O D r O S- - sssssssssssssssssssssPssisisisisisisisI A OFKUTP, Proprietor,. LRU ANON, KV 50 WTOTICE t Doors, Sash, Ullnds, Frames, Casing, llase Mold ings Mantles, llrackets, Cornices, htalrs. Newels, llalusters, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, Counters, Flooring, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Send for price before bu)ing elsewhere. ivery, ,ced and .Sale table, Drug Slors" mm Renews Her Youth. Mrs, rhar.be Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa tells the following remarkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by tne residents of the town: "I am ;j years old, have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for many years; could not dress myself without help. Now 1 am free from pain and soreness and am able to do all my own housework. I owe my thanks to Klectric Hitter for having renewed my youth and removed com. Ipetely all diseaso and pain. Try a bottle, jcoland l at A, It, Penny's Drug Store, I Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill lin the tonof Manlora mat we ueiy any aim to equal iu quality of Hour, we think the cituens ol the county should have county pride enough to we wish to patronise and sustain the same i!Fl whom it may concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat and com and will always give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any W. H. JACKSON CO., PRO'RS. It cannot be equalled by any other mill fierson. vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and having grain in our line ONDON, KV meal departmeut. All for sale will please call at the Mill, where our Good turnouts and saddle horse always for hire agent will be found at all times, who will give the best prices far same. Ilran and shlpstutr always on reasonable terms. London Is the nost convenw. n. porrs. ient point on the railroad to reach places in the In stock ' to Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co. In the mountain section ofthe State. 151 tf. -- WmMtWwfi 1 o t JW j.-&S$f)mk&- . J T J)L fir -- rn-r-m- ff T33- - r 1 ,n t,-- t- y.rftMitfr 'ji"iH 'v i i rjVqMiiiittaqtfafrsBasftc3 'frfryrjf? rv- - WtttAW f N. H. Lester, known ns tho silver- hnlied murderer, was handed at Lehun- W. H. Dinsmore, of Now York City, on, Tenn., Friday, for killing l.t. J. T. He maintained to the last that ho the president of the Adams Kxpress Co., .. . did the net becaue the lieutenant hud died Friday, aged 78. -- The probate and the county judges dishonored his wife. The sensational Havino- r.nnRnlirlat.nrt nnr bjininpn -. nf TmnflR nnrl OROflRRTKR. , .... II.... I.. ..Ml , .... ..,-- . . ....rp-- .. .... .!..:.. II ....- ,..-- -- ..res ... j.... n.....m. ,..,j we are now prepared to furuiBh the West End with thu purest Drugs ., -- Ldwnrd lossar, ii colored malfeasance in olliee. man, obtained, also Paints, Oils, .Varnishes, Stationary, Tobacco, . -- The House the iVnsiou A,. turned ., his bome at Sardis, Miss., Cigars and a full line of Family Groceries and Supplies always on propriatlon bill, whicb will take $80,-- 1 expected and found there the Uev. si,. uey llilililcr, pastor o the ."Methodist nana. rrOQUCO 01 ail Kinds IS as gOOU as casn. 280,iXH from the treasury. Barnuiu pretliets that cliuivli and principal of the school. .Not rrescriptions filled atjall hours by a competent pharmacist. . ..... - in..;..,. t .... i m i. i. ,.. ., '....,..... i.i ,i1Hi it wi "- . it. ;.....,.. i.. ji. ...i ..in. i ... ...i ..i. .4 ..'.. ,,- v"" ". .....v , " fortheass,.nil)linKM)fma.sconven-ll"l,,"l,,,,1"iri,l.v',Mn-l,u,ri,,,,M""M., & COOK, HuHlouvillc, Kv. jpliiii.it.mi he shot him in the head. is,n tr Uoiilit that it will, because some, nominees for tiie Presidency. tions in rich eountv ntthoCourt-lloiisbe-Caliph . the hippopanms which, c -- Illy colons of Conkling .mikes That the death are afraid that th for the purpose of 'appointing delegates Blaine s nomination a cei tainty there lybody who has visited the Cincinnati An- Convention which meets in lMllse ,Iu' ilroads generally upprovu the to the State -. .iWii.ii unnifii mn wra, .mi win. iniiir I cxington Mav 10th In compliance m,, l,u.v ""' ,,L unucr me cnnrgc m ,r.iu ue imic uouiu. niimA Ohio steamers be- - Central I'ark, N. Y., managers last neck, -C- hesapeake subsidised by them. the'rewith, Thereby reoucst the democ- - '""""--' : tween .Newport News and Liverpool for m,000, where an attempt will be made i racy oUancolti to meet in hil Ar t.,t.lll(V llo .loubl of the fel-- l wiM ht because thev don't to breed him to Miss Murphv, with ., on ...... ...,...., i . .... ,,, , u , House in Stanford at oclock i "" n, tl lllll IMl ,IV, III IFV'II "ll'HII the oth, for the puriioso named Vit. anions Tate's papers, Jlrs.Tate made I'eter O'.N'eil, who killed his wife at .K. A J. !:. Lvx.v, Ch'm. ' n forimil ri'iiiii'st of the commissioners Pittsburg, I'a., succeeded in cheating the band of vigilants from Texas and I'lic following list of goods, suitable for this time of year, ami buy ee y. wjJ0 lilV0 ,Klt,n oxamjnjnj, the all'air.s of . 1. W m.tox, Hy Kansas ptir.Micd a band of outlaws into jraliows by starving hinisel( to death in Indian Territory, killing four in a pitchS jail. Somerset, which had been l" ""' " ' " ed battle and capturing the othcrsexccpl tllCIU of mc and get the best her husband, but they respectfully de l'uss Kirkpatrick, a hcki-- woman, summoned from Boyle county, let oil' the thiee. "Curl v Bill" and "Hank" Win-- ! request on the grounds that was lynched at (iallatin, Tenn., it is fiendish and cruel murderer, .Manny dined her dom, after being captured were riddled CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. they hud no authority to do so. This reHer husband for incendiarism. Sidebottom, with n life sentence for the with bullets, and "Sear Pace" was drag-- , port will be laid before the legislature was also killed. murder of James AViison, an old soldier, ged to death at the end of a lariat. when some sen- by the governor California Poaches, Cal. Evap. Peaches, Joel Pitman, who lost his wife'ro who had come to Somerset from Tennes" are e.xpecie... .1 m .vntlv ill McCraeken county, kilksl hun- " monai oisc.osures " Pears, ..niibln iifm f Apricots, unB...n.i.i-Mnn.N.tCOUNTY. LANCASTER.RARRARD . e . . .. i rmiwitikil thtif flirt nvn.irfU i v tin- tr t tl;l I. " i sen oy nannnm iisi cck, i.ei.iii-- .i . Apricots, net n nension. The inhuman wretch' .1 M tsi Driod Peaches, . .1 turn .111 Sin.. , ... 51 LM.tKH). j, to ,,( grief over his loss. finding that bis victim had somo money deficit at Raspberries, rumphtvy, a hoy. Turkish Prunes, Republicans in the National House it out of him, but failattempted to beat - Wool is worth in Lmcaster fiom IS Tun bouinvlle Truth, which does not Orated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, against the ing followed him oh" nnd knocking him always live up to its name, it is to be of Representatives protest to I'.'l eent", acconling to quality. Sliced Pineapple, Mince Meat, down, stamped his brains out and nib- hoped in this im at least, says that Col. action of the democrats regarding The venerable ('nrmll Kemlrick Early June Peas, Apple Butter, pension bill. in bed the body. Hfspotit the money (5. Logan attendsSunday-sehoo- l preached at the Christian church Smulav ' -- The Kxchange Bank, at Mt. Sterling Lima Beans, Preserves, carousing around town and when arrest- regularly and sings "Come to Jesus" night. shaky, is c blood was still on his with great unction and spends thu week which has been considered Pie Peaches, ed thu Mackerel in Buckets, V. S. Miller bus ojieiutl up a milk! pronounced all right. It has rceontU Being confronted with the ffiii'liini' vi ill dotbes. Corn, Cod Fish, shake. This makes only thieo of tin ti" ri'tuirti'i-- liow to rlii'U in bad accounts, crime he acknowledged it and was putin t0,mwi a;u, m ,,,,u, W()u,, evi,4Mlliv lost kind in town. Tomatoes, White Fish, ;......( tl... l..il....l!i ri... i , jail, from which u mob came near taking m,wNn yMi ,Q ,ho ,llIltrv t() iln,iroVe IllUIfllllllllUWIllll.'lllii"1 ...- ..I. .....I, ...iiii. Mondav, Is horse duy ill uin- . Oysters, Hominy, . all that saed the iinseni-him and meting out the just desert ,,is IoniN nlll Wtf lie.mjlv t.xlt.Il(1 t at Somerset is eater and n ..large . crowd is . cxiKH'ted. ' Salmon, Dried Beans, . cowardly or, ,,., ., IIvltutj(lll to Stanford, promising ble munlerer, Sidebottom, from having which tho juries seem too . v i3 untiling Minus iivi.i.f- - of ttr-- i Sardines, Bulk Pickles, to inlhct. If ever a ,0 hmiUh th1 nhu ,f ,K. .. ,)rillj.Illollt. his neck stretched by a mob, too runl like a borne. A (Sciicui dispatch siiys that M. He man did deserve death and death alone, th( ot,ur nwilM artMo w Chipped Beef, Bottle Picklc3, At this writing a 11k rircus is going Claparede, Councillor of legation to this one did and it is a shamo and a l,0IW,jatj() Corned Beef, Catsup, on among the dry goods men on the' as swift' 1 (lenova, f ill succeed Col moekerv of justice to let him off with the Deviled Ham. street and a I torse show in the hall. Kv Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. A In. 1.1 Minister to the United Mates, sentence of life imnrisoumeiit. n v..ni i.wi will MM... ult !... iv . vvi.i I...... ..I. .11 l...f. ......ii. ...in- - erything is lively. Ilivilllj F.i. jn. After tiiu verdict tho outraged people in the Polytechnic Hull, Louisville, May Stewir. IIuiiiImt and Henry Unglc-maside exploded her u land and the Ohio would likely have made short work of 4th, the object of which will be the FULL. both colortnl, had a ililllcuity Sim-- , MY STOCK OF STAPLE GROCERIES bloody monster, but lie was shipped cushion of measures looking to tho pres. boilers wiveking the craft and seriously day, in which the former was knocked on injuring several 'htsoiis, one fatally. oil' from town and their righteous en- - ervation of our existing foiests, tho - The closing law was not enforced the hiiidand badly hurt. As long as such verdicts are eoiiragement of the planting of forest The many friends of Mr. Lucien Nomade Kentucky will continue to deserve ' and ornamental trees, tho study of the U'3iinst tlio Cincinnati snlooiis Sunday, el, who was awaidcd the tlrst jirir.ein the ' NE2Kf in mi. bllt the mayor L'llVe UOtlCC that ii".t tin. nilinnu liniiii. nf tin. ilnrk .Mllil lilooilv i.liiimtiilnov .if lin Stuti. oratorical contest at Uichmond, ate re-- , ' lation to t"he effect upon it ot the destrue-- 1 Sunday eery offender would lu run juiced at his success. ground. lie is a imtitnil Comprising Marly Rose, He.uity of I Icbron, Peerless and Hiirb.mk. . r tion of the forests, ami such other points in. pri."s TiiKitr. is considerable talk among the Dexter, the tirst hon-- to trot a mile bom orator and has taken , connected with forestry as may present friends of Col. h. Polk i in Iu-- j in 171, and was purchased in lst!7 by in Centre College before. themselves. Dogwood winter is now with us. FolLsvillu in regard to making him the dem- -' Bonner for $:i'l,0u0, died at his stables in ocratie candidate for Congrens. It would Ni'w York Saturday nt the remarkable lowing so soon after Itedbud winter,! TlM N.K1, v's temperance bill seems & ninkes it rather unpleasant. These win- lw eminently the proper thing to dofor iikuy to slure t1L. MIUU fato of j,jH h age of :t:5. ters will be followed by the blackberry several reasons. There is no better equip-- ) to relru late marria-res-N- 'orfolk. Vu.. claims the distinction The oooonents ped man in the State than Col. Johnson, ari! determined tosiiiotherit with amend of helm? tho world' ureal oeanut mar- - and locust winleix, after which one may, nor one' who knows more about its needs mi!nts UIi Saturday when it was uj oil ket. It disiioses every year of J.OOO.OOO ' ' ' nsI.U' his STfflffTnS. than he. Heisiu addition a genuine .v,.r,. IirUB..nlwi There are iust ten moru husheis ol most oi which aie DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. and the truest of men. TlieLvorj.jn;,(iayrt, if the bodyndjoiinw May grown in Virginia democrat 'Hie best quality of hemp stvd, for ami District woiu.i uonor itseii iiy imwi-- ; 4tllt wldeh the Iird in His tender mer lodging The Bethel Home, a ing such a man to represent it in the cy will please grant, and if all the.su house at St. Louis, burned and with it which there seems to lie a big demand, Highest Market Trice Paid For halls of legislation at Washington amendments are argued and voted on wjver.it persons. Some t") or .V) were retails in Danville at St per bushel. Capt. '1. D. Knghsh reports that the the matter could not be disposed of even rescued by jumping from the windows HAMS, SIDKS. SHOULDKIIS AND JOWLS. The Ohio republican convention enpersonalty of the late T. W. Jackson into nets held below. all other business. dorsed John Sherman for the presiden- at thu neglectof Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of Woodbiirn, brought good prices at the sale on Satur- cy, declared for a protective tariff, waved Ax old soldier at St. Ixmis has asked Ky., whipped her child by a former mar- - day. the bloody shirt long and loftily, cried that his name be stricken from the pen- riap. to death and she is in jail for it.,' -- The meeting at the Methodist for more pensions for the saviors of the sion rolls "as hu is cured and needs the The man, however, succeeded in escap-- ' church conducted by Dr. Young, of country and bemoaned the fate of the assistance of tho government no longer." Winchester ami the pastor, Itcv. II. C. elutches of the law. land that is being fast turned over to His name is August Burkhart and hedu-- j In Paper Boxes, Frotherineham. the airent whom the Monison, closed Fridav night with TJ the rebel brigadiers. If Sherman is nom- serves honorable mention in every paper Adams Kxpress Company had imprison additions inated, and he will be unless the con- in thu land, there was never another wi Henry Fry got drunk Sunday and jj,,, Cummings robbery of u. vention can be convinced that Blaine is case like it, no, not in this country, s.VS.(MX7 tlt. a judgment against the com- - raised (Jain at the livery stable of Wake-llel. eot in earnest in declining, the woist old where the clnet object ot a majority ol it Lei'. He is before the police court at St. Iiuis pany for bloody shirt campaign will be fought the people seems to bo to get a chance .Mrs. Lottie James gave birth to a thismoruing, but had not lieeii tried when ever known. R5r Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.- to take money from the treasury. child at Medford, Mass., ami trusted in this letter closed. lyord to bring her out all right withW. Hugitcly, an old and Mr. John Tub Covington Commonwealth calls the Wunx a proposition was made in the on Judge James O'Hnrm, of its city, to out adopting thu usual course in such highly respected citizen, died Saturday House to Hue all absentees SI, Mulligan, morniiiu of pneumonia. Ie was sick MARK HARDIN, Clerk. cases and both mother and child died. make the race for appellate Judge in this of Lexington, said it would be much .i He a native of A chewing gum contest for a ptize but a few days. district and pays him a very high trib- more appropriate to tine those present as i Mongood faith all that it X. Y., last week. Madinn county. Funeral took place at Hailem, ute. Wo accept in they were doing the State more harm Ten young ladies entered and tho gold day.) says about him, but we are of the opinthan the absent members. Mulligan is The town authorities has a force M watch was won bv Mis Lottie (irimes, ion that if Judge O'Hara is as Hiiiiiit as right for once and upon that point the enwho got oil" with IS packages in half an work this morning scraping the streets he is able and upright he will hurdiy whole State will agree with him. I II VI of the mud that has accumulaleil duuus; hour. ter a race which seems already won by n -T T J-. -- At an oratorical contest at Central the winter. If this is .lone Judge Pryor, tho best judge who has sat A Tiik democratic majority of Louisiana1 t on the bench of our highest court for has climbed above SO.OO0O and is still as- - University Friday night the committee! Danville, instead of being a very iIhm 1 1 tX VI ; - v V v u. l vears. cending. Where, oh where, is John awarded the'tirst prize to Lucien D. .No- town dining windy weather, will be just el, of Centre College, and the second the rev erst SoMKitsKr is at last to have a democrat-- ! Sherman and F.lizu Pinkstou? Dr. K. A. Grant, a noted specialist of prize, to I). M. Sweets, of Central L'ni-- i ie postmaster. Mr. Cy N. Kichaiilson LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Louisville, was in town several days lust vorsity. will bike charge .May 1. Mr. John A dam, built across Sweet Wateriwvuk. .Mr. I. M. Dunn, luteof Lebanon, ot a republican, lias been holding it The bill to prohibit bribery at elec- Valley, near San Diego, Cal, forthu pur-- 1 who bought C. It. Aiukirson's interest in three years and two months of the time tions passed the House A't to 5. pose of storing water for the dry season, the mill business of Smith it Anderson, a democrat should have had it, if the Yisitors to Mammoth Cave had bet- is 1)0 feet high from the base, and cost was in town Saturday, lie will take Hpoils system had bewi observed and as ter mind how they appropriate relics $800,000. Theaieaof the leservoir is! charge May 1st. it would have been had a republican ad- from thu wVmdcrful hole. A bill has 7"0 acres. - Miss Mary Whitthoino lias returned ministration prevailed. passed thu House, making it unlawful to One of tho Commissioners o.xamiu- - to her home in Columbia, Tenn., after a chip off, mutilate, deface or carry away Sixn: he began his meetings in Louis- any part of the great cave. Any per- ing the condition of the Kentucky treas- - visit to her sister, Mrs. C. P. Cecil. Mrs. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch- ville Murphy has tied the blue ribbon son so violating shall he liable to a line ii ry found it package of 10 $100 bills itn- - Fl'en Cook, Miss Fiiinia Cook and Mrs' durneath the vault. Tutu will no doubt c. P. Terbium attended thu celebration maker with many years' experience, all work done with on 7,500 persons, who huvo pledged neatness of$o0. wu.'p when he hears that hu left all that of llev. Strut her Cook's golden wedding themselves to abstain from strong drink. House bill requir- money behind. In tho Senate the near Burgin on TIiiiimI.iv. Mr. Cook and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the Thu party pi ohibitionists tako no stock ing that all teachers in the common A negro convict on the Louisville is a biother of the lute Allen Cook. however, preferring legin thu business, eye. schools in tliis State shall have a certifi- Southern said he was tiled working on The Boyle county jurors who gave islative coercion to moral suasion. cate from a board of county examineis, thu railroad and laving his hand on the Mdchottom, the Pulaski county murder- In less than HO days after the failure was passed. This bill shuts outall track in front of an engine, he let it pass er, a life sentence, say since their leturii Me had but home that they do not doubt but what of the Metiopelitan National Bank at colleges that have heretofore been allow over it mashing it to jelly the convicted man liclily deserved hang Cincinnati its depositors have been paid ed to furnish such certificates to their one more vear to serve. in full witli interest. Thu stockholders graduates. J. B. Hurst, a commercial traveler ing, but that under the strictly imparhad the bag to hold and thu result shows for the hat houso of Dwiin & Davis, Bal tial idling of Judge Morrow the confesNEWS CONDENSED. sion was excluded ami that witli that thu excellence and safety of our Nationtimore, Md., has been arrested at Sfe al Banking system. Hon. Charles M. Thurston died sudKy., charged with forging the left out only stning ciieimistanccs conname of T. J. Asher, a lumber dealer, to necting Sidebottom witli the murder denly at Louisville. As u.s been observed Judge (Sreshaiii -- The luikcis aieon a strike and Chi- checks amounting to $l?,000 w hicli were could lie gotten befoie the jury. As is too descent a man for the Indiana re- cago is about cashed at tho Williamsburg bank. happens the olllcers who underlogo without biead. publicans. Fachofthe l.'i Congressiontook to work up the case got entirely Five men were fatally injuied by a There are strong evidences that al dihtriubunstntcted for IV'ii Harrison, blast explosion near Labadie, Mo, Tate added forgery to his oth- - too "smart." Aftei sidebottom was ai- save the 10th, and that sent delegates - Mrs. Kllio Powell, of Owensboio, crilcliniiiencies, a fact which accounts rested it is said that the olllcers in onler . favorable to his aspirations. i ...f...... 1..1.1 1.:... .1...1 . r,,, i:... ... :...!.... ., i.:... ....i.:. .:i.... , ,.......,.,.... .i..,i!, was thrown from her buggy and killed. ..,, madiuaMK'mr'rrwLwa muww.. v 'Tf r. . ... . 11 - The Senate passed the bill to admit hlu oiieiise, lor which ue wouiu ill ne n- wouiu no iniicii neiier mr nun to o r Bii.i.v O'Bhadi.uv rushes into print to ' givo hid opinion of Conkliug. It is very South Dakota into the Union as a State. turned to the Pnlted States . if cnptuiud so, and even went so far as to tell him I. tlmt tliev would en on bis lioml nml llmt 4 iiivu'liiiiii llritisli of thu Mills tariff bill ...j.......w. ........... lerritiii-v- . - "(' - .. The discussion .., important what these groat men think Tho story about pieces of tho dead hu could then leave the country if lie of each other and we will publish what was post posed from Thursday till The democratic majority in Louisi- bodies of two iiiuii being found in Pubis-- , would only confess. It is time that of-O' Bradley says when ho guts to be the ana is now put at 0",(M) and may go to and tho subsequent confession of Mrs. fleers and all others should know that nominee, 7.",lHX). Smith, who said she helped John and thu law permits no such "shenanigan" Hon. Ceorgo 11. Pendleton, P. S. Henry Hill kill thu two Button boys with a person under diuess and that Tnu Uichmond Register garbles a senfor their inoiioy, turns out to hu falsu all Judgu Morrow in protecting the rights of tence from this paper to make a point- Minister to (toriniiny, bus a stioku of at Weisbadun. less point. 'Soiuo people aro almost enaround, by the appearance of tho two an ignorant individual, even though hu hypercritical Thieo Kentucky towns huvo discard- boys at thu examining trial and unmis- hu a tirely too utterly murderer, is observing ON and of Hiich tho Hichinond man seems to ed local option recently Somerset, War-ha- takable proof that thu pieces of llesh no more closely than hcTiught to do thu very much which. and Huwesville. be law as he finds it and his oath of olliee. euine from a dead sheep. Tiiohah' railroad bill, which slaughters tbu commission nnd HiilmtN tutes p.tiiiH nnd poiiultles for extortion and discrimination by the roads, passed Stanfoki). Ivy . Antir. 24 18t8 the House after the dozen or so amend- ment.s hud been disposed of, in its origi . .... ... . . urn snape, i.y tne goon in. oniy i i V. la. WALTON. 1M. It s the most sensible tiling the 'bodv has done s far, as it relegates to CONVENTION. DEMOCRATIC the "courts questions that can only be adjiicated properly there. The Senate, The State Central Committee has des ignated Saturday, May oth, at I o'eloek will do the proper thing by adopting the Semi-Weekly Interior Journal t. The estate of Conkllng is valued at JlViO.OOO. I Special Announcement. --- , ... . r ,,,,,, f . ..- . , .I ! I I re-,- p.d u e '""' -- 1 - ' t . VI:ATIII;RF0RI -- j '" ' i 1 5 " !' 11 -- ' ji-itv- '"'" sup-lost- (l to-da- - n j . 1 I V j i thede-pende- nt ; j i J tell-hd- s , -. ' lo-da- 1 , i. t 1 ii-- tender-hearte.- 1 , ,,,,;,, ilis-th- , - j i .nm.-vni- 1 I -- f... ' u, aiMYS e. -- I iwinn-inil- I NEW YOKK IH1S1I POTATOES, ..:.. d j i I J TflTHITE YEI.I.OW ONIOIST SETS. . J ovi-rcoat- . 'BULK A1TD PAPEB GAKPEtT ten-ce- -- J ' ' t. I j d 1STHEBEST1N THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. T. IR,. "W"ALTOIISr. I to-ds- y PLEASE OBSERVE 1 $, i occis-onall- -' In-ma- n, pvnpr)rpri DPirn AItIT J Y) F sx. v v4 A FTCJIUL Asl3KarMliIW I I WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. tlie GOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. I 'j oft-tim- .... -- 111 11 iij. i I mmMMLjmmmmmmmmm ywtt8EEBSKmmMm wyjm !).r,ri-?;riiU'' V 111 to-da- u. r. ki mssmmsmsm m&im&m&m&K?!FjmM3 -ia w "WAIiIi TAPER and FTTRNTTUIIB!. too-to- o d w COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS HAND vC-i-- .;-; ji ,' c. ,,rf:.C,t.j,.V.TffgJjani.a. r. r&exzs&lsa i""iv -.- ? r? 2rSL Snxr lot of everything in tho HprinK (J,000 pou nils of wool at ' ceiits. 'i hi: ni:v okockky ani iiakdwakk iiocsi. of- II ly Interior Journal1 laud's. goods line jiiHt rcceivudnt S. II. .ShunkH'. also bought WX) lambs at $.').50 per hunCall in and oxuminu thuni. dred weight. (1(1 ewes with ((") lambs sold Sow and five nice shoaw sale. at 1.1- -1 each. Jessamine Journal. K. c. Due. MunaRor i? .m vers. J. T. Uaiiiiih is back from Ixmisville (Sreen II. Morris, of Xew York, has and has chocked his store full of astonished horsemen generally by his Ih ion Dvbm nt A. A. Warren's mod-- I to cat. IIUSTONYIIJM3, KY. SrANroim. Ky., Armi. :M, 1SHH announcement that he would send his uroeerv. .i ; famous :iye.ir-olZ colt Sir Dixon to Lou- Foil - Nni lit t K house for lcllt. Call nt receive tliu second tiiiii' sinei! wcbeptn to isville to run for the Kentucky Derby. k .ur atiemmni.. thr fa t hem last December thu simial v..uhl ktn.il that i,e h.ts mt ret imrti fr.n the .ties with l'"!C I'ubllHhoa Evory TuoBdny nnd Friday this ofllcc. frciliand wellsele teU M.kn I.. M. I..tslev Htii-- fur tin. Iwntiifll nf1 service failed to send n dispatch venter- K.n.imini: our stuck of wall papor. day. !J .'Kit YKAII.IN ADVANOW Owsley ,t Cmlff mr ilainty .. It Is reported that Henry Wells, foi- - Hiinrisii is worse ilt'iti n fniltim Ill Wll '" eJle M,t,y ever. In iittllly anJ sntif.u .t.Kk In,.lpn HAKIIWAKI. iml My aim ululllmat e. thii I kh My Iny in- I'Ol KKT CUTI.KRV A n:v more Seed Irish and Sweet l'o-- l tnerly of this county, is iimler uncut nt wii.iimt viiut$2 50 lii'ciuririiM terillg II Slll.lll pear tlce ill bloolll Saturday cnnin l the t.inihnl hr.ind "f I iimpe ami luieitm I handle the crlebratcil Lexington t'atent . lin,Stniic .iml WiHiilenware, anil a iniiilele line if i.irs anil I'iiIuccu, Wajotn. Karmms rimir I. Williamsburg for abstracting money fioiu lliorillllg III tile midst of lllS lettUCe 11 Implements N... llel.einK I un make it t.. y.tir titoesnt T. IS. Walton's. uilerel I H'k u share .f jour patrnaKe. J 11 TUCKKK Kpccifuliy. an express package. all the lettuce that he sprinkled is burnt I. It. II u:s has opened up a nice litLOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. " " ' and black, while til? otlier in the samel tle grocery on Lancaster street. Tiik Nile of the personalty of thu late is not injuietl, mid to keep the M nt Irani going North. ("q-- HVi "TSJ" t 1 .iojiimi Mrs. Carpenter m ill occur at the ho- bed I 31 pni s.mlh Ilocsi: for rent on the 10th of May for tel freeze from relanling the growth of his' I . .. pres tram South .IMtfpinj in Stanford next Thursday, as will Ik; M).nu family. Dr. J. Ni.lt'i Peyton. -early peas he undertook to water them W m T I tciglil ... 6( 1$ im mull seen by notice on this page. f ISI W m. T Ninth in1 andaflersprinklingtunor moie feet ol I TM up in ' IM South 4 1 m. Y w f Niri: line of plaids and plain dress I he latter trams lo .art) j.tii,(ci rm m m. m -r W. Toiiin, an experienced machinist, one row quit because they were so frozen Ihe ahovr Isial, ulatrd oil Manila!! IIRir. Solar goods just reci'i Veil lit S. Il.Shailks', can Ir engaged to repair engines and the water did not seem to wet them and tilHiut 30 minutes fast r, nir a Wi: have the llnest stock of gents boilers. See his notice on this page and now those sprinkled are wilted and perishing while the remainder are not furnishing goods in town. Owsley A: engage him if you" need his services. K. C. LOCAL TIME CAilD. (iooseberrieH. Dears and immicIics I mm leave at i am mul returns at Craig. K,la.id I am now opening out the linest Hm 1I0 not nppcar to have that he uuli-mt'i m. WiiIjit Shade ti I'roin loo lo 150 per rent die ipertlmn ever belorc known in Cuntril Kuili l Wk have the handsomest stock of. of fashionable millinery I ever handled ,,ei;I, ,iuila,l,. Mimv (l .j,,,. ,iaH,lH suit allcoiiihin.itlon of Wall 1'jper l.ir ! lm U lo sclei't fro ti at IC ll'l'l)-.- . I'.irl jr., I reus goods and triniinings ever shown innrking it to suit the times. .. .1 .....ji t.,o,.,i and am MEANS BUSINESS. Ky here. Owsley A: Craig. Call ami examine, .Mrs. Knte Dudder- Paititi, Oils, Viirnlnhcv and I'.iinlcr ' Supplies, Window (Jl etr W'.vn m'.s anil jcwclr repahed ami Agents for John I hinh Co ' Mmlcit tcrti tndle PIANOS AND OltOAXS ar. IVnny. warranted. A. II. KV AIlKKTISKUET'. Cui'krs, wall paper, window shades, Tin: best pluce to buy dingr., t A.voTiiiiit accident on the Cincinnati! Uce enrtuius, curtain poles, Ac , at very '. , medicines and toilet articles. .. at A. I. low tlgurcs Sauthern, causetl by the construction at Owsley V(. rings. lViutyV. train i mining into a freight near Walton your school Ismks, ink, tablets,! N,M ... , llr ' f xamiiiliiK delayed the mails from the Fust to this ' "'.v "' HiipplifH of all', Mkt. Jh'iiHIn nml our Mock of ladies' ami gents' shoes be- - point I'J hours or more, Saturday. kinds from A. U. IVnny. guarantee all watches and every ar-- . ' fre purchasing. Owsley A: Cniig. Jim Chow, a negro boy, claims that licle of jewolry I sell to be just us rpu- j W.n"ii:i. Kcty housekeeper to call John .Meadows ami Ike Logan presented mmiIinI. A. H. Penny. ' at A. and a pintol at bis head and made him shell A. Warren's ".Model fins-crySOMEWHAT PERSONAL. s som.-tliinentirely new in the way out 'Vt cents, all the money he had. Meadows was lodged ill jail, but l.ogau DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Miss ltiMi: I Mint- -, of Junction t'itx, 01 iiicrcimmiisc. succeeded in making good his eicape. .M esiitKiiMiif isitiug Mis ).uie Funis. tuiifiinl I.hiIi'i ITill.' 1. O. FANCY ARTICLES, &C. " . Alls, 1. vim aell. of Ournird. is tlie o, to meet at theii hall Fiiosi anil ice both showed up largely giet of Misrt Kllen Wtnn. inp nn,i d. l'hj'i.iaii ire riptious accuralcl) Thurwlay nl 7:) 1: i. to celebmle Its Friday morning, but so far as we can .Mins M Tr111 Wuj.iams of .Ml. Vr- - imhIi Miii'mvrwitry. learn but little damage was done to the U..11, is the guest of Mis Fuiinie Hill. a fiuit, every kind of which piomisi-Wit will Iimm our os'iiiug on Thurs-..r- v Iiu 1 mi .Mils. J. I). ()rrs, of Wmvih-- , big yield. Some of the forward gardens THE LARCEST ', Friday and Saturday, April I'd, '27 STOCK OF VATCHES, visiting tliel daughter, .Mrs. J. P. weie bitten some, but that is U be exS. "ml eonllally inviti- - all the ladles Davis. Itaiu fell SunCLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. pected in this locality. ' prfswiit. Court A-- Co. .Mifcv. .1. IC lln im 5, of IJborty, mid day and Sunday night ami jc.st-ida- j I er lir uk lit to thu market I'n e loer t in win, Will, were gu'st of .Mr. O. It j HxMHirr thcl'ct, Wat, lie, Clin k and Jeelr It .Mcri This utile' has.seer-o- f was still chilly enough to create fears ( K)pr. paired on h rtnotkeand warranted ohl type metal, that the last fiost of the season has not It! Illlllcllcd MIIIIIS Miss IIi.ikn Pxii.ixh itiint up from . ,. ...1 .it ii.i.i.i..' r, .. 1.1..1. ...:ii 1... lllsiMiM'ii come vet. 11111-1111 in I k.ui,.,r..,l- iMtliMlnii 1.1 III. ill. f lifk- Viillflli i iiiiij up iKiifiiiii ,..... inillirn- : ' w i,u,'(i 'of very chwiplo iiiacliiiustrt and others J MLKiiSiiKt'Ciii), of Somerset, secies ' Mill iiuirriage. wishing it. to have transcended his ntithority in fi'Hii a Anmi; AicuKn Miss Wulluce Carpenter to go nt large sevrnil lays' isit to th" frtinllyf Jndnej Mas. Katk I)i hhuiim: has icturned as to make his act a tit subject of judiI his 1.1 from the cities and aiinouiiees that her at Dmiville. stretutli and rWrvJmeneS' Mr re eonomu-auprints ami Milliliter oH'iiing will lngin cial inquiry, lie had no tight under than the crdinary VitlJ, and uniml be mild i in Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring1 Wagons, .Mit. It. S. l. r, k is aci'omjHiiiying Iht j the sun to take the prisoner to Hamuli-bit- ig totnpetit on sith the multitude or low tent, short hustmud on n b.'.siness trip through oil the tfith ami continue three tl:is. All ueUlitalum r pli'iplv,te powders s,idd only in the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over to attend his sister's funeral, much cant Koyai lisKINi. 1'otwiKR "'., the ladies iiuiltsl. Cusoy and ltiis.st.ll. u5 W all Street, Xew York lev to permit him to go unattended at (iivMik Hi. Ai.toitund Miss ; ; St i". ii as the iMilitit.il eltect if Uiwyer will. Tin' defense will use the fact I ' At A, I" Van de Va- i , us, of IIuMonville, weiv guests of .Mr. ,.' ttr fiirni. Sirwwf , I'It Davison s loatl inw is concerned we had he does not run oil' when he bus the ,,.',. .McKuiney. ' ' anilV . . S pedn Kftfil (ywr; alo tho hear . la iiiuch rather it would remain as it is. its chance to show that he is mentally in - und xxne iohI . l Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better .... as Mil. VMI Mils. fsJUTII Iiiwin will inoe . , as a mackerel so capable of realizing his position. author Is . into uieir nice new resilience on iigau fat as getting otlice, for al time to come J.KK !'. lU'KPMAX. grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the venue this week. St'KOKON HF.NIIs'1, Siiootimi. -- About s o'clock Sunday in any ewiit. Mils. I. mii, Kiiiki".tiiii k and Miss SrANroKD, Kkntllicv, trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. night three pistol shots were heard and FxeuHii-r. teachiw that it is never laiuni Means, of It.tton Itougc, I ji., are investigation it was found that Office onlh lde Mjin, i minors alove I)et Si. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. ii'Miii guests of Mrs. John II. Millet. safe to lay aside one's llannel shitt in John Cook had shot Andy Yates, anothENCINES AND BOILERS REPAIRED. 1th of July. Those er negro, in the arm, breaking it, ami in Ma. Aiitiu'ii Wm.i.ix, this climate (heCentr.il Publishing llouw, Ciuciniiali. who wctv dceeixed into the belief that the left breast, the latter a glancing shot, . winter was over .y the beautiful days which did no damage, further than to I am a pruttiial inailiinot vith mny ear' was here in its interest last wcok. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. I enperirlic hae rrlitinl a thnp in rtaroflVter M lis. S. S. M r.its and children left yes. in tho lltt of April ami who shed their pass Marshal Stmuli'h till hop and will promptly and carefully through the clothing. unii Ilulcro of all kind un oterhaulall terdny for Iteno itiitnty, KiiiiKW,tusjs''iid ll.iuucls, have gottun buck into them, at Carpenter arrested loth, but Cook prnes Rfrrvncc, ' truli'd to me, ut w ii)ill. m mouth with her sou, Kddie stallcup. least tiiost who lifxen't hed of pneunio-- 1 bail nnd did not go with his enemy to lie 11 Mearrn .1. It. Smi'sin and John II. Pish tour id. jail. Cook keeps store on Depot street Fishle) hae formed a law tmrtncrship oi ei.Kof (.eiiiiaii bos, Coiimdand street and Andy came in and raised a ami wil practice in lie , Knox and liar. i.lnliii I'.niili-- r ui.ri Irti'il IthIhv fur ns. row. He was ordered out, but soon reInn. A Kufctarix uf ih will and KsiueM' f Mrs Isaultiiig a Mrs. Miller. The latter was turned, when Cook told him nut to en,. I will m I. M C'arsntir, ds.-'d-. tiriy.uily I le t rieil to do so ami Cook let go at Mil II. kti.n, of Maretsburg, wasl tliH'hargtsI mid ( uir.id heltl . JIlH), ter. tho 1. SN ,.' PKOI'KKl'Y, ocattd in here Sutunluv on his way to Lynchburg, which he could not give and went to him with the above result. Andy only dea Property i' nnprutisl, Ruod taliln fi , citi-rn- , traherry lust nnd K:rdeli. Ao I'AK.M Vn where ho will spend several tuoiuhs Acri jail, lie tcstillcd that ho was sowing got in one shot before his aim was hiok-e- lint; nrar lliiMinnil theKy , of 188 thick y 36 of wliii.li 1. mutton Ml in with lelatlves. Cook is a nun and 011U.h11.korv mHtid tun. ar: ri'inamdrr hiHie. matlc. oath and as fust as heslid mi Mrs. .Millet's Mu. Ii A. Smith, of Virginia, who will I i l nias at pimiK hens ate them up. lie got his gun to StUlliIS llljill Willi HIS f.iee. lilies lias "uUr rarin t'l waterM, carry away one ofnurlovelicst girls Wed- kill them when the woman 'THiincnAY hcl her dog been in many a row ami a May in jail is ' nesday, law alivady arrivel on the scene after him. He tired at the dog and then by no means w ith him. uf v. bsj- if his conquest. Ininfhnlil uud kit hen furintiir1 Usl and he says he fought tight and left till he llxaillillil) trial din tor iai t. iin- iisutr, 1; a.s.ire one! Mus. 1'. II. Cvi.dwki I., Jit., who has been had liMirjc WooJtnvtw, iii? Ftcrrlii'piaiiu, oiip linn- broken oil' nil the wooden part of MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ham plain., n M.IrMV ,o o carod down for a long time with mnilis of his gun and it lie hit Mrs. .Miller he did A Minis uinlir flu caIi in hand A'1 notes --' the side, is able to walk a little now with not know it. Mrs. Mtllcrkiiew it though A Dastardly Attempt at Assassination. the itKiihtnni'c of her husband. I lie 10 IIOWIIIL' uisnate l wa.s teeeiveil mutuiis tinu-- inniii mv per .rni inter",! and curried a big knot on her head to Sit tu t tki- - aci' at the Laris'tiler lion' Mivs Fw Mi mux, who hits Iwu nisi evening: proc it. staitfor.i K it a ,1 c IX k A M C AKI'I MI',II,Km, Mty. Sum Young, at I) her sist 'I'liis niiit'iiiiii' :is .liii'L; Vilnius , .lr. unsl "' ..... rs " Tiik nty ol the juton- - lor the late was the giicM of Miss lluney leaving town horM'b.iek on his way home, n four weeks teiiu of the Circuit Coint of wood llnH'inan on iier rot urn home. and Tin Liuufoiil Mi'imed fiom u RHVlSET v lYlEAT SHOP. Lincoln amounted to$l,:71, to liquidate Ileuiv Mu. W. (!. I'm toii ,passcd back home store and opened lire on him with ie- Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture -'.itunht, ntuinlug troin a visit to Lou- which the ttustee of the jury fund, II. Vol vers. TheV followed Adams lllltil III' U.um.'lmuuht 1. M I.aslfs'kM-altand Mocks! e C. Allortl, had but fIVI.'Jo received fiom isville for goods. Mr. Proctor husapost-olllcMy prices will be as low as such goods .eaei.ed the raihoa.l eros.su,.: whieh Jii iV.cVcorVhi'pV" Vti.m3Pi.nat1 Hcn.e.'Xr andJUndertaker's. Goods. fornow nt Ins stoix-- , of whieh he s the various oilices lor lines, licenses, . hoise lefiiMi! to eross. I It waseuiiipell ttivplu't, under v.iii.rstlalctiirv ! riKun w ha.msi:y feitures, Ac. It lias been repotted, percan be bought m the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- muster, and its name is ijuuil. and run lor his life. Ten haps for paity purposes, that the reason et to jump UnrroiU-burMis lltrnii: Tompkins, of shots weruf tiled, two shots passing vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. that the jutors have not been fully paid A. who has been teuching u t lit The throimh his pants. oil" is because of Tate's defalcation, iiiouths' privute school nt (ioshen, has inatle their e.seape. Ollieers inv in purAnalytical Chemist, Wiiich is not the rase. Auditor Hewitt been coinpliineiited by her patrons exsuit. Adamskilleil a brotherof thelain - - - KENTUCKY.. tending the session another month. Wo siys lie is ready and has been ready all fords eiyht years Mnee and wasaeipiitted LANCASTER, tin time to have the money paid over to at eximiin dial. M mii:t. spoken of us a teacher. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) hear hur highly Maket a upecuilty of coal, mineral water and mineral anal) Ms Anal) neat work of an kind .Send, (iov. J. (i. tiivnss- spent Sunday with the tiustee of the jui fund, whenever for a circular KAVOItlfK LINK IIKIWII..V TIIK XOKIII AM) SOITII his statement of his account and the FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. his parent) mid ycMeiday .Mr. W. P. i.s properly made known LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' (iiveus bought him heiv to take the K. exact tlelieicuey C. W. METOALF. JR., -- J. X. Denny, of Garrard, sold to W, IN as i i UOt KS. lleuttyville. The goveinor has to him. This eouM not be done till the At. uteKeyapairoivear.oi(.n.a.oi..uicH 'I C. for of the eouit, as the law says AnY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. bought everything woith having at Pine-vil- li expiration Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. no more than the actual amount re- tors..oii. llAIUlOtJltVILLK, ICV, ami now he wants to take in the that - T. K. Wnotls boiiiiht of the Snow quired shall be sent for the purpose. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. In Kastem Kentucky. practice in capital of Icc. feedilli; eattle at $'.VX'V. 1r.Will ..nii.im T I any Icourt tniiU i tnvpoUu Ant Hrothers ..., mil iim 'v,ii.i.;i lkilllllllllivil ui imiiw coat (iihuv by an oversight .Mis. Wk regret that T ILK TK X. AS SIIOBTI.IN'K. and mineral lands for lOMtt'KV I r Ol I'. Ir. IllillleS IloilS- - j JUT head. stie tracu of timl.er, ; kale. Information turninhed on any point and cor. i. Itosalitiil XesbittV name was printed ton ,,i riKMit, of Osceola, .Mo., born in this I SI. s. Il.uiiihinan s jiick, jSi-ire,,;onjence 0iicitcd lteppcrt to her uiticle hentled "Sour count v, w her' he has inanv relatives, Knott, is all iiht now. See notice with CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 1, 1888. When the latter was her has ivceutly had his tonu'iie .'iei-ate- d (Trapes." NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. on his liorse on Ith paae. used to correspond for this lore.tue.T. II is now ul St, I. mis, un- name she The l.exinnlon r.tce.s will henln May WISAJJ UP. It 10 AX) DOWX. y paper ami the compo.iitor's mind tier thu e.uv oi the most skillful surgeons 7th and last a week. In the 10 larnest i.jnti, c. M. jone, "TKAINS NOK'llir e uideritued, i rai TRAINS .SOUTH. vNo 6. No. j. No. 4. .No. 8 .No. i. revel ted to "the olden time" in- of thit place. The operation uspor.or,,,. stakes thete a.e No. 3. ent.ies. ..u. . . ha!'ocu STATIONS. No. J. Dally. - Mr. 15. S. Mattinalv has sold VM slop orporattd a ,t iotk coiupatn under the corpor- stead of looking at I he plain copy before ed is thus desciilied by an i'xcIiiiulv: As Dally. Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily '.. Sun. Daily. , ,, , . i ' iLinic of the Manford :md Otti'nhcnn 'I'urii- i i ! i ' i.i him. iiuin i.cii.hhiii iii.iiuiu p,!,,. Ko.ul Coiiip.in llie cancel was n imik uii .i - iiiiiui', cauic, in nc ,.....,. 6 ji tun 10 jj a in . mum ..... Clncinnnti 8uain ioitiin Scon in i a a m I.'v Viltn.mwowi, .!An 640am I.....I "' ' 8joam 4M.H m. 513am V'", """"f'" 915pm the, inv..k.MUm.Hts 'nous and d.iiiKet-- 1 ato cents, l.ekinon Fnteipuse. I ., 41011111 ...... .vu !....!.: ... 7 j a m 1..!wnm .eorK0 ."""7 ..".". """ 1... w...?r....i- ;...i 11. .;::.. louam 7 "j p in 10 .17 P n 10 a in ...".. " LOCAL LORE. iv... hum- - pun ihim.-.- i "i"ipi im ... 113,1m 7 J$ p, u pm 15 n;i- - iiimu48 a i)i 415pm iiii'imuu oils 3 l.siw!ton .iisi aim .uuuie 7am J40P1B ,: -- j -5 IJII mules from ear a 1.....I of ; ?p;, hail he s,.,. ; !',S T-p--'" '""I ;; i Itnui.Miir.11 our oKMiInix---d- , m -' timlthen another was made at rlfilit diHerent pa.tie.s in this county at 3 L'Mli. - t'ouits t Cox. 'i'jJUS KSm ' ommV '.?.!".! im, a...i tcr.nt.Mtc.m ti.c lst). .!., .t iop;;!';::::";v : 1 55 2 JS ..? SS . AV:iunwi.:i;'Ve JiSi'iSl'Siii.!!: Bii-i- i Advo- - ..1 from the oiiin 57s t sw per iitf.i.i.-i).inv- iiiiM tiK nxti'n.iin . . 8 jo a liatlinooua.. .Ar v 6 . i ra & t'liAiu have u full line of doVlltlld ouipinl.te I....AltalU Ow'm.i.y ' lllld through till UpeitlllVjeatl1. lo he fillmn The aiithoned capital tix-. Ar' la pm .'Ilini j joa m 11 js pin hats for spring and sitininer wear. thus uuuie his tongue was drawn out. iml Spt. W. X. I'otts tveeiveda d iSithllmouid'upim i 15 P" " 10 pni l.'ve v. llmiiinghant 'I mcaloosa S (1..) pni u IH in 9 ton 140am.... iiinputttted. The physiuiuns entertained of corn vesterdav from Louisville, which Hoard ol i)ircinli.iil presenile. ..Meridian 11 aj pin. 4 10.1 nt Ar' l.'e 4 au.i in 10 jo pnil... hf nianatitd IhcaffuirK of thr lorpoiation Akothbk lot of fine CundieH just to ..... .IIDIHI 1, New Orleans., ,1,'ve 9fupni s 01 p nil . .. 6jnam ojnamAr'v i. Utile llllll 1110 IMIIDIII Wlllllil Sl.r- - COS! ...... M ce.ll.s 1. llltslle. Iieie. IIUIllso )lv . . .,,ri t lml D.nitor-- , one of uln.m shall ai (iio-fferAr'v mm p ml..., ,.. 5 10a .'e. .Meridian reived at A. A. Wiirrvn'i ".Model liv the hoard: ami mich ill Ar'v 615)1111.,.. l.'ve. .. Jackson y 00 it vlvu the tumble oiileal, hut at last tie. bought a lot of wheat fiom Mr. II. rcctoritkhall he iKilid on the first Saturday in 11 taam t.'vr. .VickshurK 4oopnii,. .. , J line of each 'ir ninlAltallervv for one je.tr next countH he had rallietl and was tloiiij; as Witners at IM) ets. ...Monroe 100531111 ..., ijopml.te,, ...Shrcvrport their eiiniii;unci election N.ud Imird dull aNn elcl 8 itiini Ar'v J 6ria ml Attention Is called to thu advertise-inuii- t ,1 clerk An eleKiint new hneof Pants Patetus well as could bu oxpected under the iteatuter. to which The hl);het amount of indchtcdne Owsley & II. Train No, 9 leave Oakdale at 6 03, a m, and arrives in Chattanooga aty jo,a u, No. 10 leaves X. of tho line stable of stallions and niKsimerea in stoek. T''" patient is in onoofthe thu corporation mil) at any time subject itself Chattanooga at 4 no, l M and atrivej at Oakdale at 7 J5. to (i. and 0. 1. Cecil, Cecilliau khall nuiexvced one thou. and dollars. liiwpitalHof.St. Louis and in the event Mann lloudoir HtirTct Sleeping Cars on all traini. 'Ihepriwte property of the stinkholilcr. liall ho recovers it will bo 11 number of Park, lloyltt county. There are no liner he exempt Irom the corporate debit. II. COI.I.II11AN, Ccn'l lrt. Pas Agt. JOHN C.CAUI.T, llcneral .Manager, .Miiij. I'oritrs has a verj' handsoine that W. Crai.' l.)ini, C. M. Jii.itk, Jjinit, lluddi-raK. CAKItOl.L, l.cneral Superintendent. weeks before ho will be able to return in this section as thu pedigrees rd.ow. T. Tucler John II. I.nn HjirhiK bonnet on exhibition, whieh slo Oeneral Ou"ae,?t. I'.ul lliilldlng, Wot t'ourih Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Stanlord, Airil 14, tlti. Cupt. Carroll limt Monthly .purchased home. will present to the Inily-l- t tits. Semi-Week- Plants of nil kinds at O. .1. New- - I waiton. ; fr ovcry-tlihiKKo- J. Bo ,, TUOKEB 9 - d s lrSTUrSlI ,, ' h-- OTDIMJilB FAMlfJLy lBIK.'Ja.Kll!IBS, i A 1 WL U WALL iS mmAAmK S v V. H. a I a I I xa I dam-ML'c- d. PAPER AND DECORATIONS l !).:-Ull- i. ' A. E. GIBBON'S. PiLNTyikkS. KIT. 'v 1 '" g .... ... rjuuil , s . I , 1 1 1 -- K, lit ... .. pet-mitti- POWDER BUGGIES, Absolutely Pure. v' p CARRIAGES! i siln ... ' ... tliatiwp GEO. TATEABEXV, M ASTG'B. .t Sale of Hotel, Lauds and Personalty. nr SEW FURNITURE STORE f ..' n. well-behave- d 111 d, 111 nee V - BBaa, .......". to-da- JJJSS,,, . 11 s ' ;rj,,,i,;:r::,,A';Nr"iv Shel-byvill- e, j m g, i li. EVAN8,A.B.,A.M.j j QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. 1 , j d i ii,i. i. t -- ei-detitl- , 1 j :l -- -- ii 1 ' . nth-ratio- ' tuo-year-ol- d r. ,. . 1 1111- ''"f:SSituiiI111,t1Kron.i,n!ii1Jv m, ar-t- S '- a,i., 5- si'" "'. (Tm' 111 1 ;Jp Ji&"c& $? Ii.!" car-loa- ..... ... ..,... v. .".ii. LuVn".'." . 1 111 111 .rli'i-trdu- .' 111 ' n M , , S A l.f ,1,, v ,. r - Wr Semi-Week- ly ' fe- - hlark niealv noe, 141 hands huh, sired hy Lite s Imp. Jack Second cousin too(ntid S , 15) Ke See ml Nut and nut nfa splendid Jennet, will uuki the season V. ""d IUy Million, is hand 3 inches high foaled Oil. nl iS83 .it in) stable between the Dansllle A. StanSired 1854. bred b) I!. C Mock, Dintille. K Amthcr Fable. I I Messenger Chief, sire of Maud a!eenger ford and D.unillo .. lluitnnvillc pikes, hj Frioum (urn i l) ir Frlon Jr a 1'., Oucc npin .1 tinii1 tli T1 va. n goo lly Firt l.im fat natural pacer, liy Young AT $0 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. MemhrinoLhtuf, h) Memlitlno I'atiiUNter dam America; ad dam h) Oii.toi' Telegraph pacer llic dam f (iolialh a n Hi oii, ued u and hi KOK civntuiT of tli ' fi'in tie quiii" ke. record a afi. Marcs p Yniinc America hi Wake Up-lil d of with InrfclW insiir nice and itimicy d.uii;hter lire the ilaiii. ofiB In the a chin !j Old .Sweeper iliacer Oiitni'a lilcjriph falls due tried FrriKon Jr I half brother to In. i 7 wJto dwelt In In si p.sttir iti'itr th" jmb- ti II. I MILKMAN' ) lie sired the a aSH' aln4-yc.t- r h. shcltiin'i lelcgrtph paier old and olil to K,. .11 I. mi. a I. in,)- Pope, rmord 1 13 . and Itnl in a to. that ,ii;efr to,ua Ho liihvny;iiiiil -- !).' w.wtxtn'ini'lyj"iil- !li breeding on da n s Mile Is er 1n111.l1 like Jc Firit dam b llodoi b) old 1'ilot, in- of l'i! l Jr, ms of nil ivlio I'lttn nrnr tin. iiulostiiv nunc 'I tuner's 2 u'i, their dma being of pacing uinjjoll.t I'llul Jr .ird uhiii. ol Ji) e r old retort! a 20 lineage, and man) other too numerous In men see a 10, iauii n 1 uB.: .miiwoimI 1 i8t4 anu .1 in with 11 tiriille, or own 11 Htrinj;. But 1'he pic inc. blood ha helped t produce lion lheavlit Meinbrluo dual irpl Lull I In. rue sf.aso.n MaudS, ioil,. Ja) Kyc See 1 10 and Nutwood doi.lxks 1JI4, Woo.lfi.nl Meinbriuo aai ,, llnuoli J av4, whun anything, nun or It ust, appro llaok full for 1831 I uk 3 131, Membrlno Chief a lla llenr) J i . by, buriuc a Mililh. xlu oil, or MeiuhriniiSlar tiy,, .Munlinno rilet 1 a;, Crime Mettenger uill make the "enon.it 1 1 11 it , Mar a , :iml took liiiL-ii-! Imr n.ir-mi furious 11 ( Inbuilt tallion, 16 t hand hiirb. ireil bv the a olid bl.uk, 16 hand liiijh una l.r.t..injr l .rt dmn llraiclct by Aii'jeliK, oulander weigh Iru pound. pom to of lit I. a hole lint room llnm.tlr. In 1 ndriiiulnn. td dam Mi mend hinn.lf eeluf he had 110 pedigree but lintel iai li re I l'willli d i l'i) Sia mile miilli Sl)ke hy thel a.t-- r, j.h dim o the Colonel. Ac t 1111 firm on the someret pike, t ni'iir hv tlMtunkiuil remark: "Shu knows iioeiii; Ihe blood that he doctihxold make Ser (Full brother tn M ijolim i ij I ouian See Hid tok for furiher pcdittree of Stanford Kenm. k June of the grandol .l.illion lilteio. aimU,OA(iII, .. at . t .ill of en k N." She was very what a der, hi tri', w i In Dileiuan, ..111 of l.ufra b) uit. will be M) Jack r, 'I with calf IJa hore in hand high with prmli-gllrcd In Rnhl rrloroif Windhound.he b) the cer (imoii 1'aul.iliKui proud of the achievements of all the line S'ew ork City Foaled in iSSo Sired ! I II III RNsllJV I II )alcman h) Kiuk loin, the mint micccful lire record a 36,lreof ,Majoln.a a ij. from which she had .spruuj: and upon St irllo, Knliiu! Iiacer pr idiucd, lit vim, (,real Tom, ' $10 10 INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, Firt damjeic Kirk a 45'i. dam of Majolica 13 Kinirllinand I'haeton. were imtmrled thesli)ihttrit occasion, and in fact made hy CMr CMir, aire of Crjxif 1 iM ti dam Old i!aj(olt'li al nsht and i now read) for er ice ! S and made lheinele liniotia ulrcaof10 the I' If .Mmnt. i .ilcfeireJ till after cau1uz lime, . winner ... ..... ...- .. 11 mil I.ady dam of Little Mi a i& and Charley Friel till. Iioss Ml I I J VI K, the aire nf Iruh rendertuc mil iai I'iriiii.i iiih ... ,,,... ,,lk; marc " V iimnc) due Will occasion to rcjr.ilo heraihnirinj; associates a 16J. p icing by Capt. Walker, lre of dim of Har- willtand him .11 312 60 lor mire nil J for jennet Klni: lumwanln .l.ind in) iiiaiaik, lliril. all her anil f.inn.i llillnuuli, the ire ol for a Jack coll and $16 fcr.i Jelinet (UritiiiguNhin;: traits of excellence ry H ilke a i jd dam hy I'arirh' Pilot,th dam at $30IMni,coit in each itmanre. with l)jlcnun' dam b Fanialmin So LeamuiKlon . uy llrown I'. lot. ir of the dam of Lionahl 1 i, ilia leciillnt ondon lntw,, cln.c cr. ie of I'an PIS M S. I1AUC.HMAN, jfcullar to her equine family. Upon one and Ilotallnd a ai4, (ill dam by Cadet on of ller- taloonaud lhrouliire runiliro l.anrn.i.t, I'r.imp FIFTY DOL1.AHS to trand Stanford, Ky . 13 Ihe I'oikIi. tone, (ilciiLoe, etc, ululcl'r nll In dam At $S on anie i ondition a aboic wilh occasion the Nimntie pitt was heard to insure : tliorotiirhbrcd). Limited to 13 approcd foal ii added ow ill make unlet pretenl .eatoti al the ttalde .fl w ner, . .rdralcher, Die if not iiaul b to Retrace to Orlando, Worm! el of Slinfnrd, He I 14 s. hand lime tnarc remark: "She would have us think they Caier,Sullon and all the 1.1m. ..irr.ou. periurmer high, Lli k - .id lueal) poinl and general makeandirein Kiikland, lhthorrilllind AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. y up firl THK FANCY SADDI.K STALLION. are all 'lioss'-'M- ,' hut 1 have always heard s I'oWLLI.. Two and a half mile from Hmtolmtle on ihe A few if hnicet tan b kicking ahility ascribed to another famicen on the AT $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. lliiitonville and Libert) Turnpike Road Lincoln lhat will i.iiupire fatorabl) wilh ihe ret premiii. of a v cou II I) ly." Now an idle wanderinjihunter one jui k in Ihe tnunty A lien will be relalned on a 18 Fnejearold record for the teaton money Parting with the mar pintilng for to day took upon himself J .Foiled Miv r. i3o. i a ruh Mahocony bay. jT T fnrfeitt the inturanre COlTCH-EtJAlllav liore fuatej April 16. i33i. Sltvd hv Cal .1;..:. ! ureal care will be taken ! riaml nin, neavy" mine ann lau, i siricuy one? puue, and being somewhat deficient in han a 14 lrcof C) clone a at" ; ptrtcMl actideult, bill will not be ieintiS, dam Soprano, both a natural and pleaint aiddlcr dam of Knunence 3ear old record a J;t4 and full und faniy, thould an) occur fancy and whenuuietly drixen in harne Hay boric if) hind hili.by Ten llrneik, eyesight, was unable todescern anything lter to Stemwav K II .t F. P WOODS record a a3f and breedlike a it and Drake Carter b) lis u high tail l)Ie on tiolh Stratiimore, lre of Santa Clan Koe to thetroiter generation, I backed b thor dam dam of Fcltorptay Fellouirafi and Spend a8i smaller than nn elephant, ventured near Solo a ad byAhhetH ule third Planet, jddain.lirohlc, a i7 dam dam of Stcinua) miking I einKton, jd dam Flonne, jldle- thrift's dam, the sacred inclosure where browsed the rixord 1 a j I,'.nn J Soloa'iil.ihy Mblon siro of Van- onglibreiU on both ide,lorm anu him eryaetne .. . u.1111 l. b f...... .. I .. ... llta .I...I I.....1 ........ .1 pencil ,,,,, .I in ...V OIVIIVl u,". i'J ity Fair t 4, ; 3d dim hj Manhal Nay, on of im and prii;lill) wa gait, in Mimpter ueninari, ne oy Tor g ired liy model amiable and handsome, hut lie extended pedigree, anil hnd iiorirhcr lilinid lo ported Gmamipation. SF.VKN DOLHV MF.lROl'Ol.ll AN. .. ....... . - IVIil.lll ..IHI1.I.I .a... ..to.. ...v.... " .1.. ..,. "7 LARS the eaon, with the iiu.il return ,1'Ui: TfRI'IN" IIOItsK. in view, eiiuine, with his gaine-sjtc- k ileniiurk, he by ihe race hore, neiiinir. he b) botbby kireanddam illumiiiet ita hriKhlett pat; Soil of R)d)k' II irablolunuli He couibino the blood Imp. Hedseford Hit firtt dam wit ired by Sir iMlliKrcatailuetcmcnU saddle, and the Will make the proent teuton at I. !l fiarner'. which was mistaken for a Dam, JOLI IT, wamce, neuy lonuunier 1 ir u.nne, ntuj of (.Irncne, Lexington and I'liaclon, lite latter thro' nulet from Crab Or hard, n the stanf rd pn , lly llt.OOl) CHICF. 7y, Albert, .thoroughbred, jd dim by Virginiut, dun 111 Hire; len llroeik and Leainglon lime ihroiigh hunter would doubtless have been kick-...- i anu in ertc niaret al of Virginun hy Iranb). thoroughbred he by the Air due and ranuy Hilton, the dam of len llroc. k ... .1.....1. ... .... ..,!!. I.. I.,. .l..o. I I....1 Site of I'amilo Kobiiitnn, a tt 1 i HI vtviltll, ill HIT ntnvi ni)Han If. celebrated Maion't V hip. 3d dam a Wlupp nnrc anddlenco, llinte in Murine, I'ocahonta, eti Iki) horse, ij hand hih. llred by J. C Me thniiia AiliL.f 'IUimii1 uilllrll." tl l?ood. till lollni Hot the handsome equine heen so eager IVrrau &tti, LoiiKtille k) ' .Ma loth hur.ewill prme hi orllibjr celling progen) 1I111 by R)d)k't HawbbMonian. dam h) Klvir.i, ire to display the e.tenivene.ss of her heels 180. Sired J; Cujler, MmofK.ne will thmviniroui "at mennnii lie i greaii in H)aciiitn by VoIuiiimpt, (raiidum Clara, dam nf Mwiti due when lactit actitained r matt pan. 18 dam (o ed with mark and furm like hit ire. the famou len llrneik Doxler wild IlKrtalor, b) Sel)'t AiwrKail Star iter to in the paroxysm that followed, that her l'riturp sire of '1 rinket 1 14 and io othtrs of ju Detcnptinn and Pedigree IHaeli Denmark .. record liaonl' been beaten bj liion .iletrnpniiiaii It ackiiDw lodged by all to he one uhtitc orbetter) hj Wood fur d M imLnno 2 lire of Son of Walate Denuurk ibove. 11 dam by MilHe it of the Ketl, end by DrakcX atler, a full brother In Comregan tear old thi .print;, jet Mack, a No t .imbuhead was not brought in for its part in Abhoufjrd 2 m s: d dam l'nmroe dam of mail) tlw ter) bel hrl tt.il -. Hit full M.icr, Rut Victam, ed imrte, fine t) le and action, and a good breede ler' Denmark, he by the race lire, Deiiniari, well put up, tumult knit and lia. the mu- Ie and lion etcr foaled I'r.ncp ire 14 judgment and direction, and d.illah ireof of I'rinket Maidhj Alexander' III Vb hit dam !' orue , id dam by Montgomery' Oi ouariertiif all lhe"l)et detendent of I.exingtnn, old it the Mcfrrr ill taleiur ir oat It. higbrtl Sired by the famou.uld stone wall J.rkton, he b. exercising Coldniith 14; id dam uk by o d Drcnimn lonima liue.hapd and willmakelheeanatl IFIrLN HOI I Alls price rtrr paid for a brood mare at public .ale Millet', old Wa.luntton Denmark, lie bt thef-- u idi.i . Kne the heels struck wide of the intended can dam of llarkne jit and .Value Ameri ' ter.V .? ..IH....I. l I wo nllw Muropidltiii, iieilher of which mile ntct ruirte, Denmark HUck Deumaik 1 wiiuneaTy iujuc .111.1 w .... .jr. ........ tomuirc nortf,oatK .'..LI.- In loinleemer. .11. .ln. 1. Crmader, j weri? irraat hi.ua t.dde and oil mark, while possibly they may have Whip : 5H1 udiii by Robin (Jrij ter bookisl kiugb- v.ltl al public tale far dam by Stonenall griad dam by ItUikhnta Whin Jarkn't dam by Abdalla ill lllood ati raging ht "MUllll m tJV"J". DOLLAR 10 uiMiro a mare in foal dam k dono mischief to some one or more who llnefl.y lllood't Ilia, k Hawk dam herWill alii Mcd'w. mr Ivt . Marc kept on gn.tat Ji per month .11 owner' .tan.l hie lai kt II! l K Mi Human ht.Stott 1 Highlander, aritidam by II had been fortunate enough to receive rik. Hortet t indin? In the nunriiii mini...- WVkand I'ltl.Nt I. lllool Chwf tired Hlack colt, foaled in iSJt, b) Caliban a.tt, (tire if Aralu, 3rd dam by I mioleon I J) (. MlNF.U's. I rah Or. hat. ll,le '.r h mire I pined with If an) mare bred ij kindness from the f.linilv Of "llOSSeS." to Fannie K iluniii a and 11 Woole) Jim J iC F Cla)aiS, Cyclone a a.j' Coa.ler a jo , , , , , , , loeuneroi inei noret i. rehrel to mother hore lllood lllai k Hawk tin-- . I ihe dam ton of Almoin, tire of Chief a Imp Pilrrmo, lack it by ml, he hit wnicn tne Hunter was a hiranger. inen-upo- n the money mil be due Ilnok are I 0- open and iti damline Kobiuon Saiiipoii, by b) tnip Main dam Alice O by I'attard iyi,aiLdam Madam limb, of Von a3tniin a lu tand Alnmnt Jr a x and I annic Wiihcr.pwon.a ifl, , he by (. S I CT.CII. dam j (dam of Lmma d a year dd record j jsi(, Alice graudani nf llrllr llra.lK'ld a a and Prolietie a i) moth, ad dam by Imp Hertrinl Jaco't the goat with habitual sarcasm re- rapidl) hlling llrj llran mid Ringold are fub brother Ha) an 4 Ilacnna4l,and Puntona 7 bi Drennun, id dim b) lilac. Hawk, ad u 1111 by T'ippac.inoe ar old mid Kitigo d j lloih are marked: "That wasjiot u saddle, but a b) Mainbri'i.. t ij", IhititahaudMime Jiit.a.,3 jeart old, 15I, hand jbvlienerai latlor Caliban irc of Ilium a 17. Mani'irino I. if I a aoi handt high, and rtlrimie ) fine and Will sine a fen Pilot, high, b a k with uiea y no game-suc- k for elephants; so anything a make thr aon of iSHj at m .tab e m More and damCatu,b) Catm M Clay, Jr. tire of ll.irr) Jennett I hi, u ung Ih. ru(kbrr will make Ihe tca-a aj',, Pacal bj Almoin, Siitnui K) Iwo tin et north of llutt'iitile on The abut e ttock wi' male the teatonvf1888.1t ' Cla) aaV.,and small as a "boss" need not flinch, unless nf M at be pnee tire of I'cuinmnl a 1714, dam I'earlic Leonard, by the llu.ti n le ,V llaiiti e turnpike, in) farm 3S mi et from Huttontille near C.irpen-icr'to demonstrate such agility as can only (raimlle 116, ui dam b) Station, and wtli be permitted to.erxe h) the American Clay, tire of lainpbell, ton 01 Wagner, id dam Kilken- - AT $12.50 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. John be attained hy practice, under treatment I will 'Und at my farm a mitetuett of llry.11 nev, by Mingo, ..n of American I.Jipe J Almonl WALLACE AT Si 2 50, TOM AT $8.00, bvAlexinder' Atxlallati, tire of lildmim Maid, tille, on the Fiher Pond turnpike, the fuietoi for saddle-boil- s. itallion 1'ROXIK He it a dark b.n.itU hand. a'11 lit dam b) Mauibrino Chief, tire of dam of I ieti rrtaiiu-- oil all to If ail) mare it ..!.. an !... ' JACO at )J3 for Jack colt nnd is for Jennel AiiiUuliile kicking maybe a high art, hlt'h ul. lllllii I 1.1 US? Director a IT. ad dam .Kate by 1'ilot, Jr. tire ol to another hurt.-oi ' be due traded nioiie) Money due rHm!nr i.t, the (,rn ne and trated hen a a )eir-olilam of Maud s 3 10 pulling a IIieanaiytit,niint pctl Oritt will be furmthed si )a to t r month Care farm, near Shelby Cil), Kt ujt. it fails to adveitise the head." heav) cart. ! will aland him Mock committed to ui) care and breeding w cror of Mamhrino Chief, tiro win Un off, ,ho,t two of Henrr CIa and oneoflUm ,, Ih taken to preterit aiciopnii at Danplioii and Pedigree - breechloader it , my pertonai attention funii.hed of Pilot. Ir.two lira ,...,,o.,lo.li. .l.,.i, .1 .i,v receive smiled and wended his The hunt-.rich .Urk Sj), nh bit. k no! a while ha vf s Wlr.IIAM.Mi re'and Ki at re.iton.ib e rate, to be paid for .. before.. reiuot.i bletonian. built uimn ,. a pacing and ihorut'ghbred ' , .. on him hea.jrmane and tail. . . . . ... .. ru' . 1.1.-band 1 blah an I or et o retp mttbi Ity for way without another thought of the 11 of Hock 011 win crc iu.ir. lounuallon a perfect model At la hi. breeding iiualilici. I l.i: DOl I.AHS to in. lire h,, h refcrtias) of hi. Ian year- - coin family of "Il0ses" of Which he was glad- - Due when icrviccU rendered and money refunded capet Parting with Mock forfeit, the in.urance, J S1IFLK CARI'KS I KK 11 marc pro uc not in uncle etceptwn, lare, Hue and l. clo tired b) 1011 ly and blissfully in ignorance. color llelow it hit pedizree Pedigree I'roxie wat I'roxatile; No. 47 IIRr.KCIILoWH.R.Ikay, fmled in i dam by Dourbon Chief, ad dam by lllack Hawk Fahi.kk. lly Imp Htllel. iu Morgan, Spear , 3d dam by Oilier, 4th dam taid I dam Nellie Nile), Urand UaJd of llmelle . to be by Imp. Messenger Ha) lallKti, foaled in ill), it hand and weight . nan Hub luhnt.ni I'rox.niles was ired by I'rintept. tire Trinket, well Halted. is not sparing of the leaders of Death combined tal'ioii, will be permitted 10 terte marc lata Hiiindt He it nf fine ttylt and a dam Mar) I linn hill b Alt Cattarctiill 214 i.ldaml.adv lllanche bv l'rirairer, id dam MeenK-e- r Chief, Jr wat tired by Meener al $10 loiiiturc ' the historic ",'50(" who stood so heroical- by Alexander' Alda1lah j dam bv Imp Margrave cr mil dam af Kn; Chief 1S13 by Abdallah Pilot firtt dam uwti titlcd jac , We will alto tland Ihe fn.o The tire of I'roxie told a lew week ago fori (ien I l.eorfe II. I homat, tire nf Stoti t ter to ly bv the "Old Man" in Chicago in 1SS0. $4,000 dam Mnllf Ihomat record a al b) Mambrino Me.iener; ad 4 dam lllack loe, by Cberolee Thl fine itallion will tntki the eann of isSS at eyed ikuh by l'isf Carpenter was the first to go and he was dam by Nlambrino Chief. 3d dam by Imp. tut farm, ,t mile fruiii Stanford, on the Stanford 6 dam b Xlbcrt ath dam hv Tempe.!. lib dam by liser. oth and Danville pike, T aking tiae, ttrle and breeding followed by Grant, and he iit turn was ; dam b Marline At J10 to in.ure dam by Darnabt 1 Diomede ;th dam b) Cannon't 8 dam by Ore) Alfred Into con tide rat ion, we mini, mi met neapeti tiut ' W hip, 9th dam by Shipp't Paraion followed hy Iogan and now Conkling is AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. . 1.. ..1 : ju.rcha.ed in VirjtnlaWy - .1 v ,r nfTpred I.te iiain 1.. jr. an 9 dam a mare for breeding, but whte petllref -.1. '1CC!IKi r.illtl jr Japermonth. No retpon dam by Imp Sc)thian, t jd damV)b) iciiu.hi (dray foaled June la, Hiirbndte Thlt Jack it 15 handt high, Homier Marc' itongratat gone. Don Cameron is all that remains 1S84 Vtfmont Hamb.u tibilltV For further panic u art call on or addrot Description and Pedigree now bi.t. belleted Io be b) Anierioa. Sired by Imp Cordotet, Lyle'i ittdamby dam by Omtoti't I'elesraph haclr, 4th of that splendid quartette who for six (ireat Kentuckian, he by Superior Mimmoth, he toman it a black hurtc, touted in iMJ, Id haudt 10 dam b) Imp Moake) S II urj II IIAL'C.HMVN. crniuiil.dam bt Otner Met Vermont Ir In Stanford. Ky tender C hiefSr produced the Mlnwinc Maud 11 dam by Imp Medk) Mammoth: ad high, two while feet behind, aired bv Willi un, ij days bore Grant and hi fortunes upon by Smith'. Mammoth, he by Imp Mihawlc, dam Welch, b llttdtk't. tl.itnblelonian, ind.un Katie b luip dam by I.ee'a Mohawk, he by old Mcteniirr a 10c,, Abel a JS- - Martcl a ti. Ile.ie la dam by Imp Shark (!ill' Vermont, ad dam lllai Swan, by lalboit t Palifov. Kearnazhl M a o. (in a o'4. Robart II an',. Manning 13 dam the tumultuous waves of the stormiest imtiorted; id dam a Warrior Jennett he by Imp Grime, In Yorkthire, bv Imp Yorkthlre, k 3d dam ' In Helin't Palifox ancfout af (.ill Jjn, a a)l,, Catherine S 113, Meeni;er Little Lniil). In V agne'r, by Sir Charlca, by Sir llaie alsoa -- h! jail, that will .erte utaret .1 of political conventions. The stake was Corder will ttind Pretty llelle a aJ, Sinfel) Mct.einjer Archyj ttli d.lin Etmlt Speed, bj Imp Loiathan, Chief Jr will nuke thr tea ton of "M Sit Dollar., n same lernna.ihe huie RICORD, a ii empire and Cirs.iv lost and that is the AT TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A COLT. c.th dam by lackoIel,'6th dam bv (iricndrncr, r.nute lor mare al i (.. per month So re 7U1 dim In Maryland l'banix, Mh dam by Han I apnti.lbilit) for jcci. Unit S IKVIS one thing and only thing for which nibal: 9th dam by Silkt. In I'mtel, Sue Kmlh, luiib, foaled ivj., b AT $15 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. llav lallion IJS bad II) II M Juhtiton, Aent 14 j) VerSpeed in llruce'a Mud llook Vol pagi America owes James G. Maine a debt of Princep, 5r tlreof tetentteii a jo performer. mont ! I. unblctonian is .1 rtnu, big; horc, with the l'ir.tdmi llamite, bt llanilet, Km, ihe tire of A ! gratitude. Ixiuisvillc Times. tinea Htlc and ;ood bone, and a ure breeder, V Pantltnd a an, ad dam I indora, the dam of Ox mred In William Welch, the irc of Prince Imperi, moor 7 ji.by II imblctonhn, 111, the tire of Detter, i Jeremiah 1 Hele I cm H gr Jack He , "Yes, Mr. Alitor, I believe that it is it Dark bred and of to bind high, 7 ) cart old it a al,V'3 or better William Welch wat sired b) imt In 1 IT1, i J'J dim liy Imp Continuation by 4th dam by a well the Jim P.irler it 11 and Imp Dio Wuthint ui lira) , Jtli nam M"k'K' lllai k tatlion, 16 band high, fvaled in iM4,tirrd of weakness w hen a man is fine breeder Ittiidtobe the ire of the llurk" dtk'n ilanibktiuitan, pritate reciml a$, i.t dam mede an evidence Prince, a iy, and by Imported . Princept, 5Ji, the .ire of Trinket a 14, and to by Almoin Prince rir.tdam b) Romnlii. continually endeavoring to get his name jiclr, thit told afewwee ag for ?i,Sx Will the dam of lloden'a Prime by Mmonl jc, tire of ,0 performcrt TnuUe (on of L otto) and tire of to milca trotter, other with record. of a ju or better; by Woodford ttand at I will keep f r ert.cethi Truiice. 1 1I.1111 In a ton nf Mainbrinn. In linn Mumbnno aai'v, nun of Mambrino Chef and in the 1 to li.l Hit dam tne dam nf Moltie lmc, at ni) farm in the papers. As for me, I dislike to mile south of June lion City, three lacks and 'a Klr.t dam record a 31 Woodbine, dam of Wtdtftw'd all $20 FOR JENNETS AND $1 0 FOR MARES I hit kind and gentle In liurtc, all combined .lotk Hmm it cil adapted t. see my name in print at all." "You it a vert tiilithcnlt, I'rimrote. ti.tcr to Malmanon, dam of Manetti. and t.ill'a Vermont combined, backed by tlmr ... .1 . hor.e saddle and harne.tpHrp ..et and Ihe Jack tn jen lllackmoiit promice to be 1... a ..i n .1. Io In, ure a I mm; C ott. .1... ..1 i..iii.oiiiii i mi harnett have got good judgment, colonel, lint nett and mare,. The Iw fine (ekt at ,ju to in uughbred, will make a hue link hort lltsilt k'k ..1 a.m Iiur-Land Lien retained on r. It till the Kjvm it pan) u.. .1 im .,1 njrLni... 1 r un.l for the .lllcl lie ha the vie, l)le, iKinrKN DOl - ture a jack c dt r. month, old tl t In.ure a mu Abdallah, nun ut Mambrino, llHriiiij triul 93iv.: h Tom lecfner: id ilam tlance It III 111, In at I ll.unlilctnnl teaon say, while you're here, why not sub-scii1,11 I1R1UHT, Chief Jr or Jennet Cidt to wetiuHi; lime The hor.e la LARS 011 Ihe time term at dam In Imp llclllmi.idcr, ad d un In Hlsliup'n by Caunon'a Whip, 4th dam In Itobln lira) riryantttille, K). March, iSSS mage, and the Jack, Imp Mctciii;cr. 11 iinlifctiini.iii.jd dam b for my paper for a year?" "Well, Hutu nuret win eann at ni) 1.11 in on me .More-'anHamlet 100, the aire of A V I'aiitlind a ao, by and Carpenter' station lurnplke, a mile. (Jill's Vennont.bv Downlnrf't Vermont, kite nj Volunteer 35, tire ol St Jiilicn a ii), (iloter a 17 1 s'poso 1 might as well. Here's $2 in the damof hnk'im, J in, 1st dam by tolumbiit. unci other oliiuleer 55 uy liamiiicioniaii 10 from llH.tiiutitlc J K ,1 (H.irkleya) win of Lolumbua, kirc il Confidence, First dim Lad) Patriot, dam of sentinel a acjfj In advance, and if you like you might just errand, nire of the dam of Youni; Patriot Slant! at io on same term A hen on all col, f send-ofT- ; give me a little say I was the ktre of the In Matclile-ka- , the season Jennet will be taken care nf alt. SPIXIAL notici:. the iri nf Oill't May i.l ot tint highly bred )outi In olferlnif man who fired the first shot on Fort llouni-I. ail) Oa st.lllion to Ihe thenervicet usured Out tliutc ll it line. 11. IU.ick Man 1. a De.iiiption and Pedigree , ! almage it a ni, public I leel brown hor.e Ut liasilt high, with w eight and mu Siunpter, you know." ajo, and I.ntfin'a 401,, alsiiaire of the daiim- of inn rirkt-c- l ttn.iret will uppreciate him, not only I'rh ate trial at 3 ) can of ne un half mile track to inmtielti like a ao, 1 ne ri"K iwii .ciue- 1. It a trotter bimelf, but a m burte uhoc breeding cle in proportion with irrne, rlotviiig mane andtai a . I hi. iiimbincd t i'Iioii a .11 a J '.e ihe ei,nn of l.adt wauon 3 34 lie- In the laud. Jerruy Kinsey sowed last fall Hi Dark bay, l$)i hands hlijh The fincut horse, a iy,. Outl.nt a a3l(.,. Pearl m, a ,yi; Dai , ijlH-, ranks him nnioiij: Iwen nil irmtil, HIJ 4')itir uiu lie MS at in) utable near Tiirmmitlc. I inculn cnun-l- j yeart .dd tint .prm.--. tired b) On riaic, be bv and Ken- ucnen lieitrlce . Jr,i -, .miie- pulilic it on the Stanford r. Iluttontllte Turnpike, the- lilhctt a 4S, Stonewall Jackson, by W a.lungtoii Denmark, i bushels of wheat on 40 acres. January the beit breeder andthe public at obred liorse in titekt Oeiitieman iom, ami ure in mi an nam 01 k,IIU.j ,n lc.tri, ru.ty eontented metis, prut Iuk Kentucky offered to low a price run nompon a dam I'anme, by Kinkaid't llel.liaiatr, be by Imp conciutltely iucieli ca.e that he it n Kiime, relia 1st ho put on the wheat for pasture '2.J and on term ao liberal In Abd.lll.1l1. sire nl ble, TO INSURE A LIVINli CULT. rant aimag elau im rate horoe At Latonla be start- , AT SI 0 Rttdtk's II iiiiblelonl.iii, by II. i.l Winehe.ter, by lllack Cloud The tw. II and other., uln J 7; 11 dam by Charles Kent mare, td iiKiiiitt Jack II i)den, Sir alter head of cattle ami III) hogs. Fiom Jan. $30 to K)e. In three ttrulk'ht heau; lime, a id, Pat t lebourne I a rd bay, heaty mane und tail fine Jickt, Insure a Living Colt. In I nib lltllfounder; Jdd.im One In Imp Hlihoi nli anu ipiennni ncnon Me t .ilayMHie. rs), wltti raite UlrU 1st to April 1st .the cattle gained 10.5 Il.1mhletnn1.1n. td diim Siltert.ill, H . inn nun, in line as., a .17 JOE BLACKBURN AND BRtCNOLIA. a competitor, wh it wa. apparentl) a deud heal, and will be 5, )ear old on the aolh nf Juno and V.y WILKIN'S MICAWHKR 339, cticer Rtadtk's ILiinblelonian H the sire nl pounds per head with three ears of corn ihe count) He the bot natural taddle nallion the remark iMt fat tune of a al Nettie a iS and 37 other with record nf 330 nr wa trolled li i to 40 Hpprote I1.1 proven nimw 11 10 te a nre 10.11 setter ami rut bull brothers, the former v ear. old in diimn nf Trinket J 14 ami j$ Mm! sen ice liiulleu alto ol tne uifu.' 4 a day as additional! feed. Tlieie will he src of Illmk Prince a'JS, Klngkley a:ao, and Better; with record-nithe lailer 1 e.ir. old Mini Iloth are the samr breedlin; it first i las Ho w.i tired In Hunch 1 ;i or better others ui.uet the dam ot .lllack Jack, a' at. bt Joe ticighth, 151, hindt high, with proportirnal veeighi !7 cattle turned in shortly, and the hogs man s Abdallah, be In Abdallah Vermont Downinn's) bv Hill's lll.uk Hawk, I Imore b) SI l.lmnre'by Alexander's Abd.1ll.1h h) and sie sired by IVmcc ,d, lie ny aJ Pnnee h DownVermont hire of Ktlun Allen 225(4 Dam AI.I.Ki, .ire still running on the wheat. All of R)sd)k s Hanilileloiuan I irsl dam b) (i ner.ll by 1st Prince, ihe Adams A Allord Imp lack, 1.1 ing it klre nf the d nut nt Kniyili.t, a At, and also I'aulkiiirby Old lelegrapli by Virmutit llluk the sire nt irrine iivi. ' ' '"s'f, rJ Wellington, t bj I n'. the cattle and lings will be taken oH',and lri.il i:o4,,ind die d 1111 of Albert I'r.mce, a.aoj sir ol the d.una nt Mamlirino Hruce, Hawk by Sherinin Morgui b) Ju.lieo Mnrgnn, d.ni Nellie (.r) l,y lie jir llelle Wilton .SI, and Wilton, a:igjf Sin d M Me.senncr ( hief, iSaj Sumtiti r Dtiimark In Nupoleon pi, 3d dam by Jim Purler llenr) Waro and dam b) Ooddard' if the season i good he will make .SO Hill' Hlack Hawk, In Sherman MoriMii. d.un lleecheri aiueebUk Jick, 15 handt high wnb 31I dim by Old Hi HSI)YK'.s HAMHLKTOXIA.Vio, W isliington lnniltaf good the Sir. olMnid .Messenger Hill's lllack Hawk is ;i m.ire alo'i, Alitl 214 . und II) weight lleeehcrwa. tired bv Prince. .r bushels pi'racic, and will have realized 11 will U hi eii thai sire of llelle of Saratoga a ay; Lancet aa7'., other lirstclam l..iu l urr).tjy l.yll m, ire 1.1 it an ailil)i nfbest pinllifree and . (iranddain LADV OKIsWOLD In. I.... wj addb YnniiK Artiern Irniuiu bin d dam II...M ........vs, t... contain the ic riuureet Mollcwan Jithan Allen a a;H, and m K liorndale 1 11V, , Jil dam b) $400 for pasturage. Ilorrodsburg DemoMaggie K clam i.iien III) the by llltthe's ll.inn. iaci.son, Iwo etu.i. nf lliur d.un of lllanche a at';,, Alnoibrlun Medle, niot MiimbriiiuLliief, 11,30: known to the world a aj, and i tin tire nl the Trial to Wilson a:a. I anxious!) iighl red and dam by N'orni.in Il. tieaJJsiiid invite person, wanting t breee crat. (len Tweed, a wn',, Tentieee a 77, m mm see lit lenujlt liy I'LVlXt; MORUAN lack Colt. I hate from ntui the founder nf the Lfreat lllack 11,1 liiiinn (ilemiewit a b.i) stallion, Iti, hind high, foaled n, il.iiHsi, w nth 1, the onlr reliable n ur iSSj , ooiutiuil lii cob.r und lundsoaie In form nnd CALDWELL ! In the ma'e mil female line 400 of LOGAN that hat Charlie Swope, of Falmouth, a once Wilklns Mlcaube-rwalredHiktlvk'n In tlrr rt nn t I.M'I lll'IIHl.l., itivcs. v he shows true, well liil.inced gall mid Ills dam Lad Hrowti, il.un of Pickwick, iiliiulblih, sire nl CongressShelbt City, Kv bright young lawyer, son of a In Old Cnluinliti ( D.irkie) speed, biting shown quarters in y', ic 111er1c11n a:J9Va. bt Star, grand ilam by At Ihe tamn lime and on iho tain lorm I will Mcstvnifcr mare uotraik work latt tears old. of N'iL'ejcr Lance, kon uf L ince, ton of American Cnntidencc a as, dam cnnterlcd puer, brnulit oiids when 3 ili.po.ltloii is perfect und his blood tland my jack, Logan Cutdwil' He i black man and mother and hrothei-iu-laOld Cnlumbiis 1 (( His tear Kclirie with meal) no(. 3 tears old and tnsirl) in hand, C.111.11I 1. ulre nl Cnntidence 1 ji. CoIiiiiii u. fines first class 1.) tton,lhc ure of his dam, wits li) high Ha proti liimsi'lf a sure f'Kil getier and tu'o State'Scnators, passed through bete Wilklnt Mlcawlicr died joune; an4 e(t but few frniii i.itnr coluj but from lilt jfreat speed, rich breeding and lutiiiius a a ,t, llou imund a nt tneand YmitiK I n Thornil.ile t aaV, anon ol th it famous mire, Doll) , one of ihe bust limb Jacks in the suuh llo wa going to the penitentiary for one year magnificent form, lie jracc abundant promise nf n iiums j;h u utna ittre , N'anuli.s a 01 (dam of Director a I7,and Onwird aaj ,) 1st diim tired by lllack Male by Crook by Stigallt lll.uk ii"-fi, by llrnwn Chief brother ill blood In the great Hawk lit Pi t lllack Hawk I.) M.i.nn't lllack for stealing clothes. The suit was once must brilliant career, both on the track and In the NlnrriH a ij, l.nuise V. Vounj; Columbus l the ire of it Clark Chief stud Major Tliom.i. Morton, nt Neu Ynrii, a ll.iwl. b Monno Mammoth b Initt Mammoth IHI COM Ml' KD I thai miii (ilcnnt-- will stun! at fan Ihe Insurance, money ilam hy lllack Ilnwk bv Moriugo Mammoth b) 3ii yi detter i.. withdrawn, when he sued for damages, wrote lis that lie refined fur Wilkin Micau-be- r hnesired a 30pel former, and lie h.is aOld C11I11111 or jut nliurt lime before IIIL death an offirof bus the founder better performera family, whit h due-- when the facti 111 ert.nne.l or III mare parlecl Imp .Nfiimmoth. He will be permuted to for n serte nf the Cnluiubu lesulting in his eonietion. Whisky, of Saj.uoo, nnd the (treat dm er, .irl Hurr, k.iyk that with jtli few Jemiels at to for Jick cults and $13 ! Pilot, J r , blood w li it the bin.) he hatalw-ajContldered fiat in the death of wa toiv.it to the K net cult l'aris Kentuckian. our&e, to blame. Keutueki W ilkins Micairber breeders tuttaiiied ni'.n- A In retained on all colt, intil tint the In,, of one of the very mare nf all the (jreat sons of uld iy i paid Parting with slock forfeit insurance "Over the grave of the race horse Ten ll.unlilctoni.nl Krc.Hett and then bred Io Willnuje mare bred to a bine theteuonof 133 at ni) stable ncr ,..l... .i.t... ,1 e..... If. 1.. .......... fiinl m K V W L I a K 1 aS. ii) ihht .ihhimi wuui. iii.m.iui.riiu ttiiim.c ti... M Will make the present cinn ul Wm Kue llroeck, in Woodfonl county, a shaft of Httdvk'a I f.nnbte Ionian. who tired both air.-- .itnl cnun ime Uiie 1SI Training Stibfeat fJ'i to Insure n living eolt or m (o a 311 ..mfi.tiwii, in c loyal marble toweis toward the sky. (tamof IIAHKAWAYhatkircdhate tired performers llie sej.on. cisli ut time nf service season, with no iiiturance, or Jio ai ji) una or 1h und ha tired 105 tuns who mture mcr oon liiini colt, .oun.1 and .1 I rl.ht He it years old, 16 handt high, a beniitiful 1111 Above the tomb of Tom Marshall, a citi- a 30 performer and lias kired the dams of 50 perktilllun will make the season at 'llil juiiiig II1111M Deninara itadare lay, hogony bay. with tine luaiiciiiid tall, purlcet modformers with record nf a 30 and better, pro lug with ' pfacu and will be limited tn twenty marc rf . el and perfect saddle horse l . .... ttveandaction.li.it zen of Woodford county as celebrated him the Kreatett trotting horse progenitor that h is bands lugh. j year, old ihltsprin.Sired bv Hubble' Denmark, known ot On Time A appeared A. , ye'i'r Ten llroeck for his legs, tetone of his three I.I.I li, thu dam of llirk.iwav, for his brains as o d combined horse he ha, no superior, First dum Mollle Mount, lij Cibbje'k Lexington; it; create. t daughter. I he unit if mi e Jul' Ales-- I ail dam bv Youni America, he hv Tmlor' AT $15 TO INSURE, in Kentucky having wan rtrst m mm t vanoot' a modest stone glints among the violets. horkc npproachtmr Ilysd k' liamblctonat a lre seiiLer: id dam bv Miller' Denmark, which Lrive riurt in me nine in harnett, under producing , d.ima u American Stir, the lre of him u double crons nf the best k.iildlc stock ill the . Full brother to Danville Wilke.. record 6li. mode, ng.. andnow haVneit hoTs,?,. .id". The horse is still Kentucky's uncrowned Lady Hrow-il- the dam nf Wilkin Micawber We Vagcn. know the breeding of HAHKAWAY will bear And will go In training the tt ot lane, i on will world: 4th dam bv lohn I Hunt one of the best race tire of bailie Maine I! trial a ii'i, by Lylc's Wilke .1 e horse, nt a combined and Glasgow Times." . f.yking." be icve he ut not a peer in Kentucky, d hor.il 4650, sire of inictlg.illng the pedigree ' the closest analjtit and we have every confidence rind on best bred voung horses smiththat lie Is one Il horses in Ihe world ; till dam by Wasy by Skedaddle, ad dam by Waxy, id . nam ei iieuiuars 11 hy King of the Hiver W M Hl'K, Danville, Ky 'irtt dam M that lie will produce speed and we betleic those of the the blooil of Dennmrk Wilkes, Aineric.in dam by Old lelegrapli, 4th dam by Frank, Ske WDenmar he by Jon.,' Denmare, he L he by He b.i. Whenever they give n dance in Spald- fiatronUing him will realize a much profit from Clav and Mes.enger tn bark him fur a speed pro I y o d aay uy iiertnumc, daddle by unvcr Dy vt agner, '( 4'"" a from hnr" he "V imp The DUYEIIB'OUIDE ti it dam by Sloney 1'etral, ad dam by Tom Hal. lledgeford ing county, Un., Uncle Charlie Ham- inc.-- ianu. nnuma miiea the produce nf nnj horse In ducer. annum make Iiroou mares j.yle's Wllke I. by George Wilket aaa; 1st dam Mrs. darn by Chorl.ter, he by Contract Pedigree -- Kennv Wilkes w.i sired hy I.jle li8ued March and Bopt., worthy the embrace Imnnri mond is always in demand to play the crs arc invited to call of the bluest blood Hreed. Wllke 4650, sire of M.ittle Wllketajo; 1st dam Lou Coont by American Clay, sire of Granville eoclTyoar. It is an ono;' and examine for thennelvcs Xelka bv ad Hiawatha, lull sister to .Maud WilMagic, 26, Maggie llrigg a 27, F.lla Clay a 11 1 olopoella of useful Inforfiddle. He is i5 years old and uses the the hore and hi produce. Attention l called to liam 2 16, ad dim Tcna by Mambrino Messenger Keno f:rdi.r.4Kh J1"" hS itlrcof Chmmie G 1 1;) I'uti Hoy Chance larch mation for all who pura 234 and Mv.tery a i.j samo violin that he began to play on K the following extract: sire of the dam of Messenger Chief, who sired chase the luxuries or the Olnrv, III., Mar. io,:ir Danville Wilket full brother to Kder.on Wllkut Messenger a 6;J 3 daiiibi Downing' Hay Maud ago. yours """1 7n duui by llark.uiay never made what could be Messenger, 4tn dam bv Ynutig Jeffcrmii, pacer; necessities of llfo. We has tiaried four races, won two of them in Spedal called a season in hit life until uu bought tiim 5111 clam DViiuni lommouore oon clothe you and furnish you with, Hamlet Denniarr's dun hy old straight heals and got money out of third He ii Lea Ingiou, ad were sire ofSalhe Vagcn, his only colt lhat hat been han-- dambyhmery A fashion paper says sealskin sacksare Our people He abaolutely dead to Ihe merit nf L)te W(kes 4630 son of George Wilkes; 1st all tho necessary and unnecessary Walker's Wner the trotter. servrd two mates when three tears dam Lou Coons, by Aineric.in Clay, 21I dam No died; has started in seven races, winning second appliance. to ride, walk, dance, sleep, for nd Suddli A"' h" . rapidly going out of style. It is proba- old and got two colt, both owned here, and ou kornlus by Mambrino Chill, 3d dim Mrs Caudle, eat, fish, hunt, .. nd for action money inhveofthcni e eeance a a work, go to church, You can Kderton Wilkes will make the tenon of 83S al breeder. Hamlet ha.nV.u pVrlor' bi dam of Krlcton 2d ble that by July not a sealskin sack will coulda not buy either for $500.in or around Olney not nf Imp Albion, dam HI.1watT1.-- Maid-b-Hluwathu, son or stay at home, and in various sices, an d he tr.iinmiti w est of Stanford, at buy ll.irkawi) voungttcr my place 4 miles these lualliles 10 hit for Mambrino styles Duther's and quantities. Just figure out less than $400 to J500, out ot common mares He Messenger Downing' Hay Messenger hy Han A, a tQk.11 of ....".'"'...,.. . bo seen on our streets. served In his whole life aa mares and got 19, loals plners, dam bv Imp Messenger Downing' Hay what is required to do all these things andanluducemin m P?l V" .". r . -- . i.: . v" ": I'or several years he ran wild In pasture and cov- Messenger! the sire of Lady Martin 7 ij, Jim COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair wi.iincr i wi irive Eggs and chickens are too valuable to ered no marcs, during the time I was trvlng to see Porters aSH Mambrino Messenger, slrcoftieii estimate of the value of the BUYERS' ' With lien retained on all colts until service fee ii on top of George II. Thomas, be allowed to go to waste whon Ganter's whether I would go under or stay ll. C.Sanim.the nnd Lad) K, J ;! who tired Scott Tlioiua 1 ai, GUIDE, whloh will be sent upon Will give pertonai attention (0 mares, but paid i',, receipt of 10 oents to pay postage, not responsible fur accidents, thould any occur. Address d W. A. HUSSKLL.or chicken cholera cure is sold and THOS.C. ROIIINSON, cu,x3. 1.. creuvir, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. J II. Ii.NGLK.MAN, Ut Stanford, Ky. M by .McHoln'rtH et Stagg. Stanfoid, Ky, 4 Danville, Ky Mlohfgaa Avenue, Chicago, IH, c. 1111 Interior Journal Full llrother 2:13 Fit e) ear old atiS. PRINCE MESSENGER. WILLIAM L.YUE. My tine Jack, Willi I.vlc. 11 ElHKdBIDH., fm .ttHHfeaTatPJEt CECILIA PARK. STALLIONS Four-yea- I88S. J 1 t GMBETm WILKES. fiil - STALLIONS FOR 1888. - 1 . - m:kiyiif. I pns'l j ,i.i Mnt j MAMBRINO 3- -) ear-ol- STA RTLI I xo l0lnsurcaljvillcu IMP. 1 r.OJKTDON i), GXIaDEHO. 1 e 11 bi-- More-lme- 111 llnii-nc- . PROGTOB KNOTT, 1 IIrkaa, ' -.. 1 ACOCK, JR., STT.A3 VAXJGHIT, O. F. OLA.?, it ila. WALLACE DENMARK, p ...'." ... l). T it BlWTAPtT, (348 D, lSI((3J.(DJf.i.), i)', .1.1-- !!-- high-kickin- '.in...,.. BLACK DENMARK! . -ir LIGIITHEART, it j j I 11 TOM ROBINSON, 1111 Si to IiiNtirc Uviiif Colt, 1 1 ii.' ,...' ruv.ivphigh.iiiiilura . 1 i- l..l I JACOI 4&M ah$QS2, aj, i( 1 - k, J it PROXIE. ff-- , d tiih BREECHLOADEB. I . a , l.ti 1 r 111 At $15 to Insure a Colt . 11 1 111 1 1 .. ,,,n rcax, $10 to Insure ;i Living Colt iljat ijj 1 it GROVER CLEYKLAM). 11 MESSENGER CIIltiL.JR VermontHambletonian ' j PEYTON EJIIIRY, Narw-Ico- COHDEZ t ' lit. t- - 't GRANBYi 2488. 1 WOITDER ia-,i- ijt mt auMUD tYji, i;it TALldlAGE! ' SAri1. j. 1 im ,... 1 11 e I,iier Henry "Ward Bcoc1i.lt, HARUWAT,2875.j - Ncl-.l.i- in r mr CLEBOUME. 111 .a- '' - frcint 1 letcl-hcjdc-- - ca. 0le 'n,"iuii) 1 lt 11 11 ll' 111 111 i J-l- f 111 ', . aiaBNTTIBW CHIEF u; 1 1 1 L.l..J. t... t.t... . 11 C, 1 ,, Ilc-lu- d 11 , ue-1- SANIMSGE AHEAD. f i) 11 I 1 it , Hamlet Bonniarls sl ttI(fc.Vili!'R 1 KNX ' KK.Q9 11 11 "J e 11 EOERSON . I WILKES. hiu-n,- 1 - ."'. I I - 1 fc o I ' '"' I 7i), nndhVbWrchle'tray'',,"1 '' 111 ' "' " "' ""'.'' Fifteen Dollars to IuHurc, 7I7. ""?. I war-mute- "' 111-11- i SA.ND1DGK -- AK.A 'V A Jiii'