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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888050101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. COD Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY -' 1, d888. 1 I NO. 23 JACKSON HOUSE. of goods CJ 1 TJ1 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Our run to Atlanta wan very plvuKiut IiTiI? ijVljCi. A small stock nnil a KO"' mention i" n W. I'iivIiik IVnsacola at 10 i. m. we caino Tin? many friemlH of A. J. KlyMiakur nmniry stori' Addivss Country Store Care LONDON, KENTUCKY, i8 I' W'aiioii .Stanford K) WatermeloiiM are on the market in on tin L. & X. uxprciw to MoiitKiiiiiry, t'UAWK TITM Oltli. ii'ri't to learn that he will actually leave Vw,.,tl. I'lflMlttt CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Ala., when1 wo lay in our hWjr"! from l At A. P Van de LVM) C5 T 1? Kflltllfky ters' f.irin.Slioats.Pigs -l- lniim At. . rrid liu -.- 1.1 Sir lllvfitl Iji 7 f. M. till midnight. TIiuii by the AlaOA I J 111. Mr. Taylor Saunders, a former (iar- and Sown bred to his pedigreed boar; also lh boar i.i rn:u fuom (iKouuko. iiaknics bama WVmUtii Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First to Atlanta, by "the next the Duyer Ilrow., for been Hunt to the and some cord wuxl class Fare and Reatomble Prices. Day and night Jim Heazley bought of Dick llurton, rard county man, has morninu. penitentiary fiom Mudiwim for uninil L')() IIahmjs St., Ati.nt, ti . W'uHtrolled tliroiij,'li Montgomery by of (iarrard, a voting NEWLAND Trains are met by Polite Porters; of this Popular THOMAS House. L'lt, 18HS.J I l Viinn ,. Hi. l. .n.,l,( In I'nlfi ubt the light of a biilliant moon; walked up ' Term Cotta will probably run at Is a Candidate fur re election lo the office of e were nt WIillu .1 fitiil l.v.!ii.(.lil f.'iltl.t nt Di.vit IsTiiuioit: .i Sheriff, ul)ject to the action of the democracy to the capital, willed lias a ninil loca- In liii'iil r.l t Nashville next Tuesday. Here's looking our iKiniiii City, ponili-rln, J. W. (livens shipped to A. L. tion on a ami an aureole above at him and I hope he will carry the colmow, ami wdiiiK'rliiK whithtT of Missouri, a line jack for $K0. itM dome, JUDGE V. S. PRYOR, THE GERTS' FURMSIIER, in the Miape of a cinlet of wiiulil tliriMt our wamliTiiiK' I.OHIl ..I., I, ,,!,. h l(u ,...l .,.-.- . II... II, . ,.,.w. completely destroyed a ors Guest and Walker to victory. I ai Jmlpe of the 513 4th St., Louisville. ' " Mr. K. II. Fox and familv will short CourtCandidate for reelection id iJiMnct, subject wti , came the invitation from old and of Appeal from thi,the Held of clover in Christian counly leave Lancaster for Stanford ami will to the action or the Democracy of ticor tried friends to Nit thw capital Thefashionsof the day in the Gents' Furnish. Montgomery may indeed be described ty. At the sale of the Clill' Lawn Kene- - make the latter place their future home. UN W. TKNNV FRANK HERnERT, D. 1). $. Ingline will always be found in my store. I am pa. And at the name time, the f.ivora as the electric citv. Its streets glare with agent tor the Indianapolis Stesm Laundry, the saw yearlings, at Gallatin, Tenn., --'Ohead I commend them to the citizens of Stan-hie rnilnud excillrtloiiK nitvr. to Pelis.l best Laundry in the world. incandescent llriish burners; and tho brougdt an average of Soil). ford. (ol.j which from Miss. City were only street cars go on their way, sputtering Garranl county will present to the Capt. I. C. Kidd sold 10 yearling tdo u.siial faro, for letum tick-t- with electric sparks, that burst out fiom LOUIS SOHLEGBL, DENTISTS, colts at Lexington Tuesday to Illinois world before live years the tinest lot of Thin decided un, on economic the higldy charged wheels they roll in atrOITUe on I.ancaotcr t.. oppo trotters ever bred in the uroundu, to return to that city, hoping along the metal rnili underneath; ami parties at an average of $100. liouic All work guaranteed to eive en Mte We dave tlie sires and tlie dams tire court A Columbia paper tells of the death satisfaction to i Nchanxe our return ticketn for "I4ICIIMOND ICY. snapping in jet other brilliant pyrotech of a den at 11 years of age; w died dy ac and we are bound to raise the flyers. to Atlanta. So, without the nics overhead, w lieu tlie connecting rod Fanners in town Saturday repotted Photographs in all styles and sues. Pictures In least wixli or ellbrt in tin. matter, we toucliert tlie wires, tlirougd willed tlie tual count laid O.'M) eggs during der day. India Ink, Crayon an i Water Colors. New deHeavy frosts are repotted from Hast- the almost entire failure of the tobacco niu after all, tlie rcpitta wo dad turned motive power Is furnislied. Tlie wdole signs in I'r ,n:i,nl I it at very low(prices. . plant ciop. The indications point to our backrt upon ten iliiyn before. At leant tiling looked to my inexperienced eye en! Virginia, tlie damage in tlie of a crop this year. The of Xorfolk being placed atjToO,-00- about 25 for tlie four liappy dreadfully uncanny; and I should not all we cared to lovers itf the weed had best lay in a sup- Two mile South of Stanford on Neal'a Creek. day wcupeut in tlie iinwt delightful like to ride upon so perilous a vedicle, L. L. Dorsey, Jr., tin noted trotting V, CllAIG Address mc al Carlisle, Ky ply. place we dae found In tlie Southern lest some of that surcharged fullness dorse breeder of Jell'erson county and The Glee Club, of Lexington, under LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. were jiaMsed, for the iiiot part, should communicate Itself to the pasS. O. DAVIS, tin founder of tlie Goldiist family, is the auspices of the Ladies' Christian Aid cruiHliitf nlNiut tlie lovely bay; vinitiiiK sengers. It may be very safe, but it dead. Society, assisted by a number of our PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, old and new polutx; and inhaling an looks dangerous. Wool Is wortd in our markets 2 THE LARGEST AND FINEST young folks had quite a air iih iiiui d more of tlie miliibrioim MT VKKNON.JCY. Montgomery by moonlight ami elec- cents, and Iambs are woitlt 0 cents for crowd at the Opera House on Friday HOTEL IN THE CITY. our lunj:n could take in. We dad ('apt. tric impressed lis immensely. We 1st of June delivery, and o cents for tlie night. Office next door to Whltcheid's Drug Store. buk and tlie Phantom Tuenlay. On wound up our stroll with icecream and 1st of July. Harrodsburg Democrat. The I. O. C's. in Ilrer. Tate's ollice Special attention giren to diseases of children. Wednesday anotlier worthy "rult"--naDick Warren is proud over the fact retired to our sleep.rs, healthily weary RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDare no indication that those who gave a with urgotten-an- d A., tlie Fntnci the long walk up and down lierthat tlie mare, How ena Webb Uussell, them yet owe him. If he did business ING TO ROOMS: (It- - t little xloop, tdat took --M money in . that lie sold to K. 1). Kennedy has just in tho manner broad An attractive place, reported, he might keep one of tlie nuvn, midciiiontly; and on should say; with what limited a horse colt bv Sandidge's Sec e dropped a fellow's I. O. l"s. forever, although TURKISH RUSSIAN IUTHS IN HOTEL. Tdnittday we went Niilint' in our own ond Jewell that is its Hue as silk. I have of it. paid. lVttorxiii'ri schooner, Tho Two Capt. Col. Clark will be deserving of u STANFORD, KY., We are guests of Judge Hook, state The oldest inhabitant never saw a R, S. MARTIN. rKRKINS ISO. Itrotdi'rx, willed wound up our cruising School Commissioner, and recently of vote of thanks if he persists in his deterHrodhead , Kv May, iSij. tlner prospect for a big fruit crop. With e. wild tlie moMt cliarmiiiK day on tlie Augusta, Georgia. He is husband of an mination to keep tbor-- highway robbers, h: Albright .V Martin beg In inform their many plenty of grass, a big corn crop, a large water I ever spent. Friday we came old friend of our gospel, Mrs. Mays, of the friends and customers of the change in turn name out of the Jockey Club amount of fruit, we can stand the loss of i., .....i :. ,,.!... t:i... i... ...:n We saw tdo Xortd Atlantic Lexington, Ky, They live in a charmaway. WOUlltin ii.iu I. l. This old and Hotel still maintains i.iki lint- uv iviii. wheat and tobucco. We will also MARTIN & PERKINS, Squadron of live war vessels; went aboard ing quarter of this bountiful city and en- il Stuart bought 7."0 bushels t ic its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determm. raise enough hemp to supply the usual ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in feci as if . - .... Hie Ulant.i. willed made us s The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repuseed this week, from Sam ..!.. 111... Iklllll.l ir1, I.!..... of I1II1T.UI!IIIM ..Vr...l Il... Ill remind for that commodity. the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Atten tation of the old, but intends to make many imAmerica had a bit of navy left, after al , King, at :tt cents per bushel. S. V. Marprovements in the manufacture of tobacco which mon njj tf ailiI((, ,o hu tion to hU liuests. Baggage conveyed to and will be to the interest of our customers. W'e will and found on Ismnl, in one of her fro n depot free of charge- Special accommodawri,lt,0ll (l, mir inw.llt i,oim.. (;,WMl tin sold to Headlcy it HuiNon, 70 yeardevote special attention to our Natural Leal Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ..... ling mare mules for $7,S10. These wero who knew , brands of Kentucky s best leaf. Thanking you icrs. Frankfort The tiest satrc In the worlJ lor cuti, drulscs, tions to Commercial Travelers. forpast favors and asking for a continuation 01 lots of people we know, mid made us feel fm( ,A.xi ' ,0 irt now your trade, we remnn ulcers, KJ.lt rheum, fever sores, tetter, Kespecituity yours. visil to ier the best in the State. -P- aris Xews Mirct, O MOCKER, SEC r. KFID A C SINE, SClT MARTINA PF.RKINS. at dome at oiiee. Lieut. "l'"' all skin erupquite Hands, chilblain, lorm and ,h,unlitir anil two inon- fiitliUHlastir MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. tions, and po.itively cures piles, or no pay reto tdat pleasant city STANFORD Notliiiitf lrsof tllt. pHJK. ,,f Lovt. quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac1888. 1871. mii..iiK tlie Kentucky dills, and Iwked K (.))uM JJ()l fllM, , lh,H t,()iuarv It. G. Sutton sdows an old coin tion or money refunded 1'rice 35 cents per hot ym MILL CQItFEKY LrCbanon Mill, dome-sicas we cdatttsl of nuitun quite tlated 170. For sale by A. R I'euny, Stanford, Ky anvotder. ,,t.iuttl'flll Atat;1 i, a. quaintuuees and friends. Mr. Penille- - j Manufacturers ot ))t be iliGet your clotliing at Thompson's um, the "navigator," as the whilom ""'l' troducedat the close of a letter, Is Consumption Incurable ? -- t is and save i'O per cent. Flooring, Weathorboardlng, Gelling, Head the following. Mr C II Morris, New. is now denominated, was iiriUnr,, ,(, .r..,.If. un.l Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Saab, Our place will soon have a barber i down with Abscess of ark, Ark , says. "Was h.ipc rone ill insHctlug the Atlanta, ami Shall Etc. SftBh. Doors and Bltnda always it, I. V. We dold services shop and a pool table. hae the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounc In stock. , made everything plain to our Daniel Owens and Miss Cherry were ed me inc an incurable consumptive. Ilegan takn t)i0 c,)uri.j, Sl. in Ik rly Ignorance; and all in the most ing Or King's New Discovery for Consumption, married here Saturday. Gilo. O. 11 WINK'S F.ver in Jesus, EDWARD H. FOX, telbgeiit and gentlemanly way. A The young folks took an excursion am now on my third bottle and able to oversee the on my farm It is tlie finest medicine ever ARTIST work & PHOTOGRAPHER, world, in itself, is a modern ship In compliance with the inexorable tic to '.'big fill" and cuves Sunday. made " Jesse Miildlcw.irt, Decatur, Ohio, sass of war, only to Is appreciated when seen. mauds of the financial situation, Presi The family of T. II. Clay, who have "Had it not been for Pr King's New Discovery T3.A.rVIL,I.,K, ICY. LKIJANON, KY A OFFU'lT. Proprietor, What we most marvelled at in the At- dent Cleveland in his third annual ines-- , Kvn boarding at the Xewcomb Hotel for Consumption I would have died of Lung Has moved to his elegant new building opposite lanta wen her great brceehdoiulingguns, sage, strenulously urged ujion the" atten-- ' f,,r the last two years, Imvu moved to Trouble. Was given up by doctors Am now the postofiice and is better than ever prepared to Poors, Sish, lllinds, Frames, Casing, Ilase Mold in the btst of health" Sample bottles free at accommodate the public with fine pictures from mgs Mantles, llrackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, that took l.'U) pounds of powder at a tion of Coimress the imperative necessi-- ! Hrodhead. Ilalusters, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, photograph to life sue. Satisfaction guaranteed. A It l'enny'n drug store cdarge to lire tdem; tlie beautiful rilled ty of reducing the national revenues. Inj Counters, Flooring, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Log Thompson says the man that Rough nnd Dressed Lumber. interiors shilling like plate glass, without nccordanco with the creed, traditions jmt that snake in his jioeket was deceiv-- a , Electric Bitters. Send for prices before buying elsewhere. Haw; and the wondrous coin-- . nd pledges of Ids party, lie urged a re-- , L.,. Log ain't afraid of 'em, lie's seen This remedy is becoming so well known and so H. A.EVAjStS,A.B.,A.M. popular as to need no special mention All who plications of delicately adjusted macliiu Analytical Ghemist, ivery, $tcd and Sale Stable, hive used Klectric Hitters sing the Mine Mng of cry tdat prevented tdat l.tt) pounds of repeal of internal taxes. Circumstances Tlios. Cderry, of Hrodliead, wdo lias praise A purer medicine does not exist and it Is - - - - - KENTUCKY. powder from coming out at tin wiuiii! wdicli no man or set of men created, but iK,t., in S, i Virginia for the last three guaranteed to do all that is.lclaimed Ulectric LANCASTER, Makes a specialty of coal, mineral water and s'lid Vinazing, too, wen. tlie Icsmt en- w died iHcni red in tlie natural order of montlm, isat dome on a visit. He llittera will cure all diseases of thel.lvcr and Kidmineral analv sis Analytical work ofan) kind Send, neys, will remove Pimples, lloils, Salt Ilhcuin and events, dave made Mr. Clevegines of attack and defense, tlie Holed- tor a circular orts a successful trip. i. other affections called b) impure blood Will kiss rilled guns; tired from tlie shoulder land the candidate of his party. Thej Tdo ollicers in .sending a message drive Malaria from the svstem and prevent as therefore, became as soon as f,, ju.ro Ust week to Tazewell, Tenn., well as cure nil Mat 1ri.1l and worked with a linger trigger, yet Kor euro of o o sending a sdell and tlxed on a delivered tlie platform of tlie candidate vja Morristown, dad to pay r?( to dave it Headache, Constipation and indigestion try Kler- p. . . to Gatliug, and paity in the Presidential campaign, n,r,k.,l .s miles nv nanu. ,.ineieiegraiui. trie utters i.iuirc saitsiaci ton iraur.iuieeit or llien, tlie pivot, " , , Mnoncyreiun.ico ince 50c ami ;i per noun- al W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. ,.w tl. .1 '.,.- with it maximum capacity of tiring l.'.lH) It I........... .. .......... ,. .....I can leu u oinr nines lur ou cciii.s A It lenn)'s drugstore balls a minute. Ami the armor-claLONDON, KY, accepted by the country. Tho Post be We have no ollicial information on where the helmsman looked licfsthat in the matter ami in the man the subject, but undarbtaiid that Souire Good turnouts and saddle horses alu ays for hire p ! London Is the most convenon reasonable terras t) out from his impregnable perch through hit of tluil message demonstrated tdat (ihilders deld Tip ami, Henry Laiigford cf ient point on the railroad to reich places in the ro 10 gtvat political sagacity and over to Circuit Court at their trial at slits in tin- thick iron jacket, lie in the mountain section ofthe State P . Wasd- - nrUsd Creek Saturday for attempting to that guarded this indispensable portion coiiipreliensive Mate.siuaiisdip. have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. P (Seorge II W'earen and I M Ilruue and will open 01 the great tlghtingut ichiii'. This ship nigton Post. kill Jack Adams here last Monday a hiii yard sit the one purcliised of Mr. W'earen. P llesides lumber in ill carry cost our Cncle Samuel out million audit During one of the cold days of bust a Urge line of windrough and dressed, and shingles, P sashes, doors M iiiisov. Tlie court of claims quarter dollars, plus; and is remembered o Tho Original Wins. week three goslings belonging to the laths, posts and the puket fence lormcrly sola by S fi. 1IOCKER SHMW0 for turnpikes ami i,'00 Mr. W'earen. T 13 lyr C. F. Simmons, SL Louis, Prop'r as one of the bones of contention befamily of G. AV. McClure wero put in a M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Est'd. Tdis makes tlie l&jo, In the U. S. Court dkfkats J. tween the naval authorities and Poach, for general piirjK)ses. bed with four young kittens, The mothOll.Zeilln, Prop'r A. Q.Simmons Livtwo togetder '."i cents tax on tlie1 $100 esthe groat contractor, some years ago; in a notion to change her er Hegulator, Est'd by Zeilin iS6$. er eat taking w 10 cents CD M. A. S. L, M. hat for 47 yean MT. VERNON, KY. which the latter went to the wall in wortd of piopeity, died wild quarters next tiny carried the kittens up wu.wu tnwiubatiun. u,i.lUlfSn'.97. K. C. It. i., and tlie Mate tax of for tin soon after died. DYsnrstA.StcK IUadacme.Lost bankruptcy and stairs ami afterwards returned and carI "J cents, makes Ari'ETiTE, Sour Stomach, Etc. tlie entire amount Wi "attended" nothing of the regatta Hotel is stitl maintainThis old and ried up the goslings. iicv. 1 ji. ueams, l'astor M. i.. p "' M''M "m,,u"1 r,,,ll" ,' ' w Church, Adams, Tenn., writes:"! sports, but saw in our constant cruising Thbinas Uwens, who is wanted at ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spept uiins 1 snouiu nave uecn deau tut poll he pt W tor your Genuine M. A. Sim-- , around the bay, much of the pretty Kill- - '"' ''ption. for many years. ,M,,l,,h U Tazewell, Teun., for murder, and for cial attention to the traveling public. 0 M. I'. NUWCOMH, crop., timom Liver Medicine. I have l'1"1 "l J ,,,r ,,l'!",1ro of the various vessels. The sculling I w horn handbills, oll'ering a good re wan sometimes had to substitute Mt. Vernon, Ky, S3 it tin mnntii.t of slll.trw and coupons of err. "Zeilln's stua"forvour Jledi matches; the shooting; the this, that, P. were posted throughout this region last ICovrtsI clne' but il loa't answer 'he vyere taken in nnd destroyed, 3, Kid P UUKlOrAN, and tho other, we did not care to look 70 UIJfU.G. week, was arrested at Conway. He was Dr. J. It. Graves, Editor Tkt tin.bonded indebtedness Ut. SUIUJKON DKNTIST, nt and did not go to see. Put we hud u lfnvin brought here and held under guard until Battiil. Memnhls. Tenn. savs: received a nackaire of vour Liver STANrORO, Kentcckv. el ami the dear LOUD ilfliirdt fill the Tennessee authoiities could bo heard Medicine, and have used half of It. Oil',, e south side Main, two doors above Depot St, It works like a charm, I want no A woman will sit on her foot for three from. mtve us the loveliest iinaginahle weather A telegram informed tho ollicers better Liver Regulator and cerall tlie time. Pens.icola continues our straight hours and enjoy it, but if her here that Owens had been arrested at tainly 00 more of Zcllin's mixture. B ENGINES AND BOILERS REPAIRED. "llrst cdoice," till we run ucrosis some husband happens to get on her foot for llyden. The prisoner hero was immedip jilace more attractive. one short sicond she makes thenir about ately released. He proved to be what many years' I am a practical machines! uith Hi Our tlear Capt. Petlerson was as good her turn blue. This proves that wo- he claimed when at rested, the noted cxpprn'iice have rent.'d a shop in rear of IVter i cirefully will Strauh's tdoiigd, being "chief man is obstinate, Yonkers Statesman. Adair county moonshiner, Kd Lodgens, overhaul tin shop ulul and promptlyof and kinds en and kind its over, P lloilers nil all Kngities at the regatta, tru.leil cook and who successfully resisted and eluded the (ieo I) to me, nt reasouahlo ivn.esW Hllll.N Wo.ircn TiikGiiii xh tiii: Hu vci.k. A gill and overwheined with duties connected for more than two years l S. Marshals hail may laugh and a gill may sing, and a and afterward walked to Louisville and O. W. MBTOALP, JR , with "entertaining strangers," he NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. tla'y; but she can't I by vi leisure toaecoiupany us in our girl may dance all but little surrendered. Ho was on his way to ATTY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. man, for her gara bicycle expeditions. Thursday's jaunt was tho mount ain't inadelike a way. New York Harlan countv .when detained here. that The undersigned, Craig Lynn, C M Jones, ments best of all. Tho wind was fresh and the Star. lames Dudderar.W' T Tucker and John O Lvnii any court In Kastern Kentucky, have associated themselves together to heroine in Will practice waves ran ratbor high) but tho captain's A Hnra.Kss Cam:. "Miss Clara," he Itxaminations in land titles made a specialty Anv corporatcd as a stock company under the corporof Being More Pleasant n htmi null sudoouer was equal to tdo tremulously, "Clara, dear Clara, if stie tracts of timber, coal and mineral lands for ate name of the Stanford anil Otti'r.heim I urn ' pike Road Company accoptablo to tho said on any point aim and boro us gallantly up tdo bay, to To tho taste, mor,o The luisfness to be conducted is the building loved you less, I could have told svle. Information lurnisnea had solicited -- WWsi McAdamired TJS swWfTffy. in.ilntainiiii? and conductitikr of nro stom&cb, and moro truly bonoflcial in its you that 1 loved you long ago. The mad tdo oystor banks; where tdo bivalves turnpike road from the Stanford and Halls Gap r Turnpike Road to Ottenliciin. captured, to. bo afterwards planted in action, tho famous California liquid fruit passionate devotion I The nrincinul nlaie of business shall he Stanof Figs, is rapidly beds elsewhere, to grow and fatten un- remedy, Syrup ford, Lincoln county, Ky. Then he stopped. all othon. Try it. One bottle The corporation shall commence on the 13th day der tdo most favorable circumstances. of May, i$83, and terminate on the ijth day of. I'pon the girl's face there was a wistTO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Mav, 1938. in six feet of water, and will provo iU merits. . Wo anchored expression that imful, The authorized capital stock is to he fillten For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. plied tdo oyster rakes, of wdicli wo dad Ilavin; recently equipped a fine Roller Mill in tliousand dollars, which slutl lie paid at such tunes , pelled him to pause. s S the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to ami in such amounts and upon such terms as the two on board. Tdo wdole party in turn "Kxcuso my rudeness, Mr. Sampson," equal m quality of flour, we think the aniens ol Hoard ol Directors shall prescribe. Syrup of Figi 1 li.nff.lr of tliv r.irnnration are to be manaired up oysters, of willed tdo finest wero the county should have county pride enough to drew by a board of five Directors, one of whom shall be own truo laxative. It Is the she said hlowly coming back to earth, palronue and sustain the'same vVe wish to ' J. selected for dinner, and tlie Binaller laid Is Nature's may concern that we are In the selected as president by the board; and such diform whom it easily taken, and the most offectivo "but for the moment my thoughts were market to buy your wheat and corn and will rectors shall be elected on the first Saturday in away for planting In Cdlcolliiy. Tea and moit ways give the highest market price for same. We J une of each year and shall serve for one year nest remedy known to Cleanse tho System far nway. You were saying" have added some new machinery to our corn meal their election Said board shall also elect colleo wo made on board, and witd bread "1 was saying," explained Mr. Samp- department ami can now make meal in suit any ensuing' and treasurer a clerk whon Bilious or Costive; to dispel HeadElegant furniture, sharp raiors and eipcrlcnced crackers made a royal feast, with and person, It cannot be equalled hy any other mill The highest amount of indebtedness to which Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habit-u- l son, reaching for his hat, "that it is get- in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our Hour and this corporation inrty at any time subject itself workmen make my Tonsorial Artist Rooms the bungor for taure jwjmintr. Wo canio donio aches, foremost In this part of the State Hair cutting, meal department. All Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. ting late. Miss Hendricks, and I will bid for sale will please call having grain in our line shall not exceed one thousand dollars. and at the Mill, where our '1 he private property of the stockholders shall shaving and shampooing done in the latest The Kpocb. by tdo glorious moonlight, singing hapyou good night. most Improved stvle. My special attention will California Fig agent will be found at all times, who will c;ive the be esempt Irom the corporate debts. ss. s bumped her Jklanufactured only by the Two W . be given to ladies and children. pily, till tho Craig Lynn, C. M. Jones, James Dudderar best prices for same. Hran and shlpstuff always 16 J ESSr! J TJIOM PJON, Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cul. W. N. I'OTTS. Friday was tdo With annivereary of in stock. T. Tucker John f. Lynn. nose against tho pier and wo disopibark-od- . Stanford, Ky. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co. Slantord, April 14, i9. 131 if, Grant's birth. For Halo by A. H. Penny, Stanford. IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. I Va-U- I 1 Ai-itii- . I. 307-t- f. iii-x- dill-top- Mc-Cleo- d, woo"d"wallace, tln-ilwi- r ''t I Cut-wor- .1 p-- 00-acr- B V 1 Penny & Herbert, FOR SALE. oiu-fouit- h PHOTOGRAPHER, Mini-l.iroiu'- H neigd-bordoo- d K-e- ; 0. one-fourt- h House and Acres Land THE GALT HOUSE, aud-eliildre- me stn-ets- 1 j kitowl-h'dg- MYiKiBS mmvwL9 burnside, proprietor. well-kno- M e book-maker- 1 - ! M .V blue-gras- eiitl.-.nai- i, ', , i .... - .,..,, - chap-pe- d ,, . ) k ( FLMISG Planing liig-m.ist- ,..,., he liiml-luh- - L won-iKrf- j sK-cko- r j j .t " -' jrM. six-poun- d I o in well-know- n j . ...,...,.. ... - d liTJMBEH "TAUT) I 1 half-inc- h - o 'Z I vt appio-priate- d w D oQ x ; THAT FIGHT NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. CD a CD ''". 1! .10 1 -- ,g - - tK)0.-Heg- o CD ister. s n-v- isit O O D o 1 o 11 bottle-washe- r" j. "Tv kfra I - . occa-hio- 1 (J3i-l- 0 . auper-ladin- g of" NOTICE - Kiister-bonn- I in- al- 2s$$ &i..kW3E.IE . aJ? . t ,.1, . h .. ,',.. ,j .sjiiawv! i" : .. ? &xJh&&& U'. ?J,.UJi'i&; A tj, i iiJ&tlk?, ..... ilM!,:i.vij ,n.. ,, -- Sjj. Vi .rii, ,)., yr Semi-Week- ly nWHUjm,iWliiSfii.riiiiyil.(,il)ti mr ft v IX l It H k I' I F.) I If fr M, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. J. C. Hogers, who had Just completTick Standard Oil Trust is the most ed a new hotel at Jellico, died Saturday. powerful monopoly of this day of .Mr. Ituthcrford lllanton, son of Dr. Construction trains on the Inke L. II, Jtlanton, and .Miss Iiuriuu Shack, It controls over 75 per cent, of all the oil business and each share of its Shore road collided near Milwaukee and loford, were married at lUchinond last Stanfokd, Ky , May 1. 1888 5(0,000,000 In week. stwk is worth a premium ten laborers were killed. , Tho Cincinnati Southern claims tho of 00, making tho total market value of We have it pretty straight that there Having consolidated our "Business of DRUGS and GROCERIES, On this troinon-don- s biggest engine in the South. It has just will be another marriage in town to wo are now prepared to furnish the West End with tho purest Drugs the trust P. night, when a widower and a voting la to bo obtained, amount it earned HI per cent, last arrived and weighs 101, r00 pounds. also Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stationary, Tobacco, Kd ward Head, a new biiikemaii from dy will unite their destinies. year and paid a dividend of 7 percent. w ith nil tho people of this I.v common Cigars and a full line of Family Groceries and Supplies always on Its nll'airs are now being Investigation by Richmond, Va., fell from his train at "grand olil Commonwealth," wo have a Congressional committee. hand. Produce of all kinds is as good as ca3h. dates' Station on the C. & O. and was DEATH'S DOINGS. been hoping nnd praying that nc,t Satkilled.. Prescriptions Ailed at.'all hours by a competent pharmacist. E. B. ltcazlcy received a di urday would see tho hast of the infamous The Louisvillos won throe, straight Wi: had no idea wo wore so pretty till set at Frankfort, who for five months after reading .Mr. Clarence K. Woods' games oil' of the Kansas City. That tem- patch Friday that his daughter, Miss COOK, liavo boon depleting tin treasury at the description in the last Hegistcr. It al- perance pledge seems to be having its Lizzie, who has been attending college at Fort Scott, Kas,, was dead. She had rate of $1,001) n day, but it seems that our most makes us blush behind our fan to effect. been slch of typhoid fever for six weeks. nvail because we asked r,,,, jt. Vou oughtn't to make sport of prayers will not Henry George, late labor candidate $3-- 1 ,, n, mMt H,y hoy. The boars ate up for inavor of Now York, has cnmn out Her mother wont thither us soon as she amis. The impious, shallow-pate- d grabbers are devising all kinds of 0t ()f kids once, the bible tolls us, squarely for Cleveland in his paper, the learned of her condition and was by her i side ministering to her every need until d v.avs ami means to prolong their pay and because thov made fun of a Stiiidard. John ltticker, colored, was given two the la.st. Miss Lizzie was about 1(1 years will likely find a pretext to do so. individual they years at Somerset for confessed assault old and was n remarkably bright and One of the excuses is for Gov. Bueknor Tu k Secretary of the Treasury pur- on a young white girl with intent to winsome girl. She had early given her to catch up with the business, but that is The following list of goods, suitable for this time of year, and buy heart to her Maker ami was a true child too gauzy. He has always beoiuip with chased 4 per cent, government bonds commit rape of $U,775,(WO at Mrs. .lames Co.ine of High Bridge, of God. It is like tearing out their heart it and standing with his club to knock-i- last week to the amount' the head everything of a pernicious u Having of interest of $W,!)S4. They who had just given birth to twins, has strings for her loving p.in'iits to give her them of me and get the best: nature that the disreputable body has cost a premium of I'.j to L'oJ, which tho' become a raving maniac and been taken up, but being christians themselves they high is loss than their market value and to the asvlttm. can tltid consolation in the belief that CANNED GOODS. inflicted on a long suffering public. MISCELLANEOUS. is a much bettor investment of the sur- Win. Hayden, a farmer living in He doeth all things well. The remains Tiik Indiana democrats did their work j)ius than to let it lie idle in the vaults, Madison, was chloroformed in his house arrived Saturday night and on Sunday California Peaches, Cal. Evap. Peaches, : in a most commendable manner. A and robbed of several hundred dollars wore laid to rest in the Ijineaster Come " " Pears, Apricots, Eioiit vetoes wore sent in Friday by Thursday night. strong platform of principles was adopt- tery after a sermon by Elder J. W. Yan" Apricots, of vicious bills passed by Dried Peaches, od and Cleveland was endorsed both for Gov. Huekner G. Hall, a brakeman, got u verdict cey. . ! . ' .1 1.. ..u 11... 1. .... ..I Raspberries, his splendid administration and for re- lliai OlSgntCCIlll UUiiy Nlliiuil lis iiiv Turkish Prunes, of $i",000 damages against the Iaiisville We are told that the and Nashville ltuilroad at Mobile, Ala. HUST0NVILLE. with his tariff reduction mes- tucky Legislature. election, Grated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, sage as tho platform. Gov. Gray was grand old gentleman randy goes to bed for the loss, of a foot. - (iabe Hughes' house near MeKIn-ne- y Sliced Pineapple, Mince Meat, and a at all, so determined is lie that nothing lecommended for A train on the Western New York burned Friday night. Early June Peas, Apple Butter, full ticket for State officers nominated, shall escape his eagle eye at this favorite and Pennsylvania railroad, near White Like most other localities in this latLima Beans, Preserves, headed by Courtland C. Matron for gov- time for the working of jobs. House, N. Y., was ditched, killing four itude, we me groaning over a tardy Pie Peaches, Mackerel in Buckets, ernor and W. It. Myers for lieutenant and wounding !" passengers. spring. Thk Louisville Truth, edited by that Corn, governor. The unanimity and brotherCod Fish, daughter of .1. ' F.llen, a I). Carpenter, whose health was ltidgo-Ily love manifested all through the con- prodigy of journalism, Benjamin Tomatoes, T. Johnson, a prominent citizen of Lon- ' Whito Fish, re- purchased the Sunday News, don, while handling some tin had her thought to be improving, has had a has vention settles Indiana to the democraOysters, Hominy, lapse and is again confined to his bed. cy and entirely eliminates any minimum which ceased to exist with its issue of clothes to catch and burn oil' her. - Tin- - wool market is about the only Salmon, Dried Beans, of doubt that may have heretofore at the i!Jd. The Truth is a daisy and the The tloor gave way at a school exhiSardines, Bulk Pickles, tuot prosperous Sunday juper snuv the bition at ltusbsylvania, 0.,and hundreds lively institution here at present. The tached to her politically. rittirt.Mimtfitti'iia .if l'irtii rtvnl ilt.iil.ir Mm Chipped Beef, Bottle Pickles, of persons wero pivoipitated 11) feet kill-- , m.k, tn(l(. Iviv Bi.sinns the dutv of appointing dele- Corned Beef, Catsup, .Ilri.-vmi- ... SL.illlllr fmill Jidok Owsi.kv explains that the I. O. ingmany and wounding scores of others- e gates to the State Convention, which Deviled Ham. Near O'Fullon, Mo., Krncst (lies-chutt- ltudil Koto, of California, Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. was him for - held by Tate against Geo. Weather- meets at Lexington on the 10th, and sig- shot and killed his wife and old- - f.ir.l )f li..liMi,i,ul "Ifiiv" .111.1 I ..- -- I'i.i.l private transaction Ivetweon them, ..... v.- ... .... " nifving its preference for delegates to the ' .. I I... I.S.. III lUIIIIKVSl S.JI1 illllll lit Junction City and Harry lloeker, of tfJT STOCK OF STHPLE GROCERIES National Convention, which meets in wlncli lie lliougni was souieu long ago, CM Mill, lll'ill FULL. became insensible, and then killed hiim Ruivillc, wen here visiting. laid hvuns. ' St. Louis June oth, the county conven- its since it was given in 1S70, he has had tit Sl'O.OOO paid him by the treasurer for sereosmoHitun drummer brigade, tion called to meet at the Court-Hous- e General Joseph K. Johnson, highest here next Saturday at 1 o'clock, will vices to the State. in rank of the living officers of the Con- -' was hero Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Uodd's horse, which was has been elected 1111 lion-- , have to appoint a county committee. The The republican cohorts will moot at federate army, old one has served, if not faithfully, at lnenilH'r of a Philadelphia G. A. It. hitched to the buggy for the pursw of endorse Billy orary Louisville bringing the family to church Saturday, least long enough, and it is high time for O'Bradloy for the vice presidency, ivso- l()fY Comprising E irly Rose, Beauty of I Icbrou, I'eerlcss and Murbank. tjjilr fftivlit mill tiin ou-urlti. I'tiiM U'iiiiuou hill flitiwl ilu witufttiil k.tntiult ( 11 a new deal all around. "We hope active, luteagin the democracy and go ho'!donu ti.is.Hng, Fri.Liy, when a lady vehicle beyond recognition. Fortunat.- r 1 i. ...ill u nose., fwHnR t!iat tlu.v lmvo playcl the devil was killed and several persons seriouslv Iv there was no one on board but a ni- -l Jjil v wit; uucii'sin vt niv iiiiuuii.iiu- - i.ti A nuinlror of houses were'gro boy; and that sort scarcely ever gets tv alone at heart. Tiikiik are negroes both on the grand wounded. killed. demolished. and petit juries of Judge Morrow's court Skxatok Ci.av's resolution to invest at Somerset. We do not admire the inheop shearing has commenced in Hiram Kauffinan, butcher at tho the L. & N. lobby is taking up much novation, hut they cannot prove much lLstern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum, Ixx- - earnest, and, judging from the multitude time and accomplishing little good. He worse than the average juror. ington, has disappeared. The anxious of those guileless iiudrupeils in this is foolish enough and perhaps venal and brother of a ruined daughter gion, the wool crop will be unusually enough to charge that the State press has LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. heavy. Green is busy and jubilant. A uro looking for him. been subsidized because it is almost eol-- i largo number of witnesses to testify in Sallie Thompson, a Bullitt is a prohibition county and ' unanimously opposed to the worthless :U5 to LM iKLssed a bill to ored girl, in a lit of jealousy, stabbed the Carpenter case went to Somerset 1 commission, which does notning out vet the House Ugliest .Market Price Paid I'or Jes.se, also colored, in the heart, 'day. J. I'. B.iiley, who was here Sun-i- n fm,r ,no,lt,w '" draw the salaries ther are incapable of Pe"'t tenale of l"luo Louisville Sunday evening, causing' day, gave us a cheering account of the e year at Paroquet Springs. ' earning. It is the height of folly to ex-- 1 reception of Judge M. C. Sautley in W. HAMS, his death in a few minutes. Mr. Itiirnev called up House bill peet u set of men appointed for purely Kimble, Husscll county, is a new JT. Success to you, judge! Permit a true political purposes, and who know no 741 Friday, repealing acts amending acta postollioo and Daniel WiNon has been j friend and ardent admirer to give the I more about a railroad than a hog does incorporating the lustonville and postmaster. John MoKcchnie has counsel offered bv Arteinus Ward to his Turnpike. Adverse report and made of holiday, to do any more, however. been ppointed at Bronston, Pulaski, in mother on the eve of separation: "Bo bill rejected. virtuous ami you wjll Ix; happy." place of ltobert A. McKee. The new road bill, applicable to this Thk Glasgow Times speaks of our man - The Baptist Sunday-schoo- l and Mis-it- s The Monticello Signal has changed and county, of which a synopsis was given Bradley as "the bandy-legge- d In Paper Boxes, John W. sionary Association met here on Satur-Dunca- n name to The Democrat. Statesman from Garrard." If in our last issue, lias passed the House. lias boon nominated by thedeii:-- ' day morning and continued its sessions Bro. Richardson does not wisli to offend It is a substitute for and repeals the oerats for sheriff. J. It. CrawforJ's resi- - until Sunday night. The porsoiiol of one of his best friends he will not use one lirnt gotten up by I.awyor Davison. donee, valued at $4,00.), burned. the assccmbly presented a line looking The House passed the bill to change such language in tho future in speaking The Louisville Southern ran its tirst body of men, generally young, and well of Brer. Bradley. The appellation fits the Board of Ktpjalization law, so that train to Shelbyville Friday and took 1,- -, up with the progress of the age. In ad- him exactly, but it is a very tender sub- the governor appoints u member from ar Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory, --tea The road dition to the former pistor, Taylor, and 000 free excursionists thither. ject and Billy and we are very touchous each appellate district. The republicans Ive in operation Hanodsburg the present inouuilvnt, Noel, we noted to will about it. Those legs have always been wanted to make the members elective,! JEZj. Junction, "Verchainp," in a few weeks. the handsome and gifted Mullius, of a drawback to him for with them lie but signally failed. -- Dr. Thomas J. Hourigan shot and Harnslsbui-g- , and Hal'- - ' Danville; the MARK HARDIN, Clerk. stands no inure chance in a race than a The bills to increase the salaiics of Sam Hays, at lively Humphreys, killed his brother-in-laLancaster, the bench-leggelice does with a grey- the Secretary of State and Treasurer to Itiley, Marion county, Saturday, in a traveled Cook, missionary to Africa, the ' and $:!,.")00 respectively was killed hound. ipiarrelover J'.'.oO. Hourigan lied after wfrau Potts, of Junction City, mid othin the House 41 to 27. The Secretary Swoi'K says lie may get left as a ought certainly to be paid more than the the deed, but subsequently surrendered ers whose location is not remembered. Coi.. Llder lingers lias been for sometime delegate to the National Convention for pitiful .1,.'00 that he is. The Senate had and was placed in the Lebanon jail. The Hon. Samuel H. Miller, tempo-rar- v conducting a meeting at Morcland. List the State at large, but he hud rather be passed the bill to 8. chairman of the Pennsylvania Ite- - week our old friend Aug Bridgewatcr than make himself a party to any foolish -- Both Houses have passed a bill for one dangerous to the suc- the appointment of three coiuniissioneis publican Convention, is now being lead made confession and has been baptized. movement or .... i f i.:. - :.. I learn that K'. Fishbaek, station agent at i.!.. cess of his party, lie will not attend to take flmrue of ami iimiwrly suttlotht . . ..i . ' .. 44 11.1111 .1 1111 lll 111 111 i Moicland, has tiUo joined the church. lii.li. tho Suite Convention because his pres- unaudited vouchers, receipts, checks, ill'l bloodv shirt was a brutal blunder. Since Biidgewater fitted up his building in personal op- postal ence will lie considered cuireney, postal orders, promissoSecretary Whitney wined and dined there have peon religious services there position to tho Bradley move, which ry notes, due bills and other papers and would not be true. He nevertheless evidences of indebtedness to the Com- 400 persons on a grand junket from every Sunday. Mr. iireen's Sunday- thinks that n rock should be tied to monwealth left in the treasury by Tate. Washington to Philadelphia, theoccasion school, embracing as it does all ages, has. . ..1 i... l.iit.... ..I...... 1...:.... 11... ...I.!.... " 1.1 .1... lM' Billv's tail. " V,'u "l" ' ",.u '"'" Attorney General Hardin, W. P. D. Bush " '"" l" "" ""1 of the orktown and esuvius. Miss enteinr so of the kind ever visited. .o be appointed. J. A. C11.UT, Ksij., of Ijndon, wishes and another man are to Kleunor, daughter of W. C. P. lireckin- - matter how inclement the weather, nor to be one of the district electors in the ridge, christened the lormer. how muddy the roads, there has always NEWS CONDENSED. .Mix. A. II. ishmael, of Bourbon, has been a largo attendance. 8th and we take it that our people will Ibanon will vote on the qeition of just been tupped the loth time since be glad to honor the rising young lawGenerally we do not take much inHaving secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchwater-work- s, May 12. yer, who is the truest of democrats. If January' L'.S, ISHii, for abdominal dropsy, terest in literary controversies. The tenIn Barnesville, Cm., liquor lieeus: and has had extracted from her an agchosen he will make a thorough canvass dency of the age is toward icounchisiu. maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness of the district and in eloquent terms dis-ca- has been fixed at SJ.OOO. gregate ol KV5 gallons of fluid, 10 pounds The most honored names of antiquity Three men were legally executed at to the gallon, or l.iVK) pounds. She has and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the on the imperishable principles of are in hourly danger of beiiigeiased from Fort Smith, Ark., Friday. the party ho has done so much to upbeen tapped three times in the last throe the record of intellectual greatness and eye. All but oK of the 2,200 Cincinnati hold in his section, notoriously republimonths. trampled under the feet of the rabble as .M. (.,. Aldinlgo, a prominent mer irsoouunuiit:itcu the closing law can. impostors. This is no new feature. In day. chant living in Garrard, near what is all aires the same spirit has been abroad. of IndiU1.11 iS.ni)i.KHA(is McDoN.M.i), Wood-- , tl.r,m(i (;roa. Church, assigned Friday George Dunham was hung at ana, seems to have outlived any useful- bury, X. J., for the murder of his moth morning for the benelit of his creditors. "Oh, that mine enemy would write a book!" was the aspiiatiou of the ness that he may have been to his kind Liabilities about .f',000; assets unknown, when seeking an easy and ellcctual ' tried to raise dissention and parly. He Murphy is so pleased with his work but supposed to bo very small. The failway to destroy the man lie bated. But, in the councils of the assembled demo- in 1iuisville that be will remain till ure lias caused some comment, as Mr. the most cruel inhibition of this spirit is crats, but they very considerately let the next Sunday. Aldridtie was well and favorably known. seen in the persistent ellort to deprive (dd man have his say and then did the The hangman got in his good work -- Miss.McCray ami Miss Davenport, .i... "mlllital opposite of what he advised. Tho old on six murderers in various parts of the belles of Mercer county, settled the ii-- mortality. Not Shakcsi.earo" of his im all the ruthless, vandal man ought to see that his day has pass- country iriuay. vnrv tint nntiini llv existed ietuei-- ism, not nil the bloody fanaticism of any t. Jlw w A4 .illlp.MkllfllBflaHiVHBttiKifinfta.crrc) ed. Miss Holly Sheldon, of Graves them according to pi'ie ring rules, in a bygone ago can uiuider. Not only the design anddeco fence corner. Miss MeCray, it rations of tho uiwit toiuplt' of Knlisli Tin: Kentucky Stato Teachers Associa- county, Ky., is said to have gone with- - um-fn..,..,,. wi ... i 11 ,WW4 I It...... .. un appears, was knocked out and to get liiit'i tiiuiv, !... 4l..i- ........ i Mill inttion certainly picked an interesting place out food for. (idays. i'ij J.J3Ll . I). G. Edwards becomes assistant oven brought suit for damages. i gmiident tueli, is found in Shakespeare The for their meeting this year. It will be We trust, however, tlmt tlie veiy mageneral passenger agent of the Ciin-In.r, jtiry :it Hanodsburg Friday awarded her lignity of the attack will be the when the at Mammoth Cavo July meaiisof T t& VVX ATC'5HESKS5KTAA L.ff2:C3KNi7?LkJfMi?l- one cent. railroads, the hotel and the cavo will nitti Southern its speed v exhaustion, and that its au- & At Galoshurg, 111., a new liieinan Senator lien Bobbins, who thors will be spared the immortal agony give half rates. .Every teacher in tho 1 wig """iTTT "i 11 State ought to attend if for no other rea- killed a Biothorliood engineer and lire-- has been going from bad to worse for of having murdered Shakespeare. 1"1tfc KKmlMIMLMKrLK' iUAkii; .V'"rVLPWFiiJLrm " man, who assaulted him i i ."'""-- ' '.t.. ?" several years, attempted to destroy his pv . 'fMlMJtiA- r ITTIJ i, fitf .' i.r mmMm. h son than to see the greatest natural curiNear Kicliinond Arch Stolts, a far., WVfiM, . Charles Snyder, aged V2 years, hang- life at ills home in Denver, Col., during mu...l- " :vji..' i3asaBKJa13!Te3 osity in the world. mer, committed suicide bv taking "rough ed himself at Grove City, Pa., because a lit of deleriuui brought on by over in- on rats." His Brother U'illiani, seeing Thk Ixiuisville Times speaks of "suc- his mother whipped him. dulgence in stimulants. Mr. Bobbins the corpse, took the remainder of the He v. Edgar L. Heermauce, who had was recently appointed Assistant Uaiited poison, leaving a note saying he wished Wouldn't mickering coring" tobacco. tin same coilin. be buried be the better word? It helps the weed, had a disagreement with his church, States District Attorney for Colorado and bothIttois believed inin Washington that take, off the suckers, but shot himself to death in his pulpit in a left his home in Lagrange only a few the President will, during this week, to be sure, to we think that the latter word would bo Presbyterian church on Broadway in weeks ago to enter upon his new du- send to the Senate the name of his selection for Chief Justice. ties. New York Sunday. the better to express the act Interior Journal mon-opolic- Special Announcement. W. WALTON. r. WEATIIEKFORI) & IltiNloiivlllc, Ky. ; j bald-heade- n I 1 1 vice-preside- nt -.I. ,..,, LT- j $) 1 i '""' V HLMYS &.i ," ''' KW YOICK KKKE litis; POTATOES, i' 1 I white & vEixoiar oarxottr sets er BTTTiK A2TD j PAPEE CAHDE2T SEEDS. SHOULDERS AND JOWLS. I SIDES, v Cof-feyvii- le I i ed ISTHEBESTIN THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. ; T. vva.jjj.uxn. d PLEASE OBSBEYE 2-- .' I '. j 1 - ',.. it.. '' M'ROBERTSSTAGG A FTLT1L1L .ioMTMJIMT .u WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. 1 nt old-tim- (50FFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. 1 tv lRfg J m "rw,Tr :i-- f to-da- Ex-Sta- m m mwz JZGzmzmmmMmam&mmfzmm& mmmHmmmmmwMmm 1 tHii ! ' . v21iK9?ftEit j'w . -- 4 "WAUL FAFXR and J'UJbillTUKX. COMPLETE ISTOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. S r, mmmmmmmm BWBiiilaaiiBwiwyw'ii'"''''''i'j.i''i LaSgt ' t't h i'' nil ii.i,iHg'wi i '$te&2l4$'. .M-- ' $ 'I UK NKW GKOCKKY AND IIAKDWAKK UOL'SK OK II. (i. P.lliot, Claud Hockley and II. J. Johnson, of Lexington, James Wilson, of llarrodsburg, and (Smnil Master A. J. It in snowing up In Minnesota mill .Ski: Xunnelloy before you sell your Heed, of Kiehmond. .Mr. and Mm. Jack15. 0.WAUTON, Bus. cooler weather may ho expected wool. Ho will pay as much or u little son Davis have returned from a visit to more than uuvbodv. .Memphis. Si:i: CourtM & Cox's elegant line of KY. May 1, 1888 Spring! and Suiiiuicr huts before buy Tin: dust was simply stilling .Sunday SrANKoni), Ky., NIAV AIlVKimSHMKNTS. ink'. and ycsteiMay till the rain promised by Would kniilly ymir attention to the f.i t that he li.n ut returned fri.n the Mtie with a Urje, PublUuod Evory TuoBday and Friday Omkntw. I.tii?, Hamburg and Switv the signal service got in its work. fre'.li anil ted tock ol (luitiiM. FlotiiiciniM. Ac. at Owslev A, Stanford gcnalc College. AT Tin: Inti:iiioii.Ioi'unai.s beat the pick CIBC (53((UiUi U I'KJU VICA.Il.IN AlJVANOJfi'1'' ed up nine Friday III to H. Albeit SevMv aim hall be at I'rof. I'mto.i luvitj,' rcfirneil, Die Trutteof In endless variety, dainty iiiiiulliy mill MiiIVt irv innlpruei; thi I uutrantee Pants I'ati.iinn and h general line of erance was captain of our namesakes. II AKDWAKi: and 1'Ot'KKT CUTI.KRV liilltiiiieilnMipul) etery w.mtm my line My t .k Si a ii ford I'cm.ilc Colt;e ilenrc to employ u I'rin-I'tr When mil no paid $2 50 will be charc,i-- " coik'ki uf the tiand.inl bund of I'lirojie .mil Amenta. I handle ths cclcorated I.cxinnton Patent (it'iitM Furnishing Woods nt Owsley A Wantkii. All farmers to call at I'lour pal fur the IiiMitiitinn I'm, Simc and Woodenware. and a 'Jiuplrle hue of Ciart and loiiacco, Wagon. Farming Addreioal Stiinford, liiipleineuto, & llehevinj I ian make it to your interest :iU u ihare of your patrnnaue. Craig's. ) I'oster'H to see their new Dcering J. M. Itlill), Kcspeitfully, Tl'CKKR. J LOCAL TIME CARD. OKO. I). WHAHKN, Com'lee L.&H. machines, the lightest and most durable J Xinv lot of cverythiiuj in the sprit) J W. AI.COKN, - iojpm pvU Hue just received at S. II. Shanks'. made. Mail itain oi,.n North SouTh..'.'.'.'.!!.'.'.. NEW IHL'TCIIEK SHOP. .""".....Vi 4l"n Call in and examine them. I. .Minis, don't forget when you are Itput.uain" M.i.lh MM house cleaning that we have a very nice I JJ Notth al rrlnlil A. It. Pi:ns'Y has bought nf J. K. Ilruce ' Soulh. 6$l"" In n liijp in Kmvlaml in In t utry pat. enter he latter trams his lot on l.uienster street for il,(HX and line of window shades, lace euitains, cur- the Kcrrill S'"rt Imti r am picpured to furnnh l Solar tain poles, Ac Owsley A Craig. 1 lie almte itcah ulated on tlatidird liint the pub ic with ii kiuil il ni.iau, doi niul will build a nice residence on it during i will continA in their I me It alio u 10 minute my wni;on the summer. As fsi'Ai. some now evidence is prom- ue rutiiiiiic.Slniifuril andtlrlivoriiiK inrat to m in muiiiu M K Kt.KIN. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tut: negro boy, Ike Iognu, was ac ised in the Carpenter case which is to convict him beyond a doubt. Hut Home AKQ .mil reuirn at ,uittol of robbing another negro tf Id lr,in Utv. u.UihI how or other he is never convicted. ' '""' .'10 cents, but was put on the i kv Wmtonr Shade to ton to 150 per ernt cheaper Ilt4tteer lielore known In Ccntnl d.iys for carrying concealed weapons. MEANS BUSINESS. DiiiiTiNd Si'itiNoswill ojieu June Kith l'.trluri, suit all coinliinatinn of Wall I'aper I. irtfet utork tonclect fro.n at A - (inin of thr llanginx Fork Ky with a picnic and banquet. The gala Kivir 'I iirnpike Koad Co, will nin-- at Ware' more W minis and Jewelry repaired audi n, .....i i u ,,.:i .....t I'aiut, Oil, Varntshc and I'.itnU-r- ' Siipplic, Window (lai. May, iE88, week of the season, says Proprietor at McKinney on tin- firm Situnl.ij' in ft liaird of ..a l'reiidcm Co MihIc.iI Merch.imlUe iinaiaiitAii Agenti for John Church 1'IANOS AND OltCANS llarrodsburg, J mice Husell having de- Slaughter, "will begin with a grand ttli fur the urpoe of for thu eniiitiir year Timi. i uliii-iin lniv ilriiLM. oateiit J W UIVKNS, I'mitk-ntcided that the election held on the ques- of medicines and toilet articles is at A. K. July celebration and end on the 10th tion of local option was irregular and with an elegant birthday dinner." Penny's. . .ii.i...j i i i i... t..t. III V your M'lKMii iHHinr, uir., iiimvif--. consequently illegal. ....... , r. ...... ii .....I ..iiiu.i faiititiii.iu iif nil i .. " May Day, which bursts upon us tolin nun n ii"w. vin Ml L' win wu day, Husl to be celebrated as a festival iimun.mnii uie i.. i mils trolll A. K. IVIIIiy. Thi" utiicVhiildim of thr ft CoflVj' ;u nr i.rowii tickets to the rcpublicaiiMntc during the middle ages and eer since .Mill t iirupno Koan Co wui guarantee nil watches and every ar- - round-triolTiceiu llutonill- lirl Salurdni in May, 1888, tide of jewelry I sell to be just as repre-- convention at luisille, good totheoth has been more or less observed. The at n'vlcck r. t for the purpose of vl.'ctin,' a I'rev Hll,,,lion for li fan-sThe ('. A (). will sell simi- - new life and beauty which marks nature ideniaud IVvird Of Dirn U.C fir the "reM.iont ear DETJG-C3-IS5c IAON, cents a at this glorious season of the year lartieket to individual at PERSONAL. SOMEWHAT .nine nun io parties hi i.i aim over excites feelings of gladness g one fare Juki Kmiiiu is ipiite ill! with and delight, and of all the days in the DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, like puciimoiiia. Tin: nrgni boy, William Whitley, who war ought to be oIimm veil as a holiiho. 'HiH.larLholili-of the Stanford S. Mlllednelllc .. Mihs Ansib IH ss has taken Misillal-iTurnpike Ko.id Co uill meet at McCormac!.' FANCY ARTICLES, &C. has been subjei t to fit for years, fell in Tint Saturday Mav 1E88, at 'I It is to be hoped that every man w ho o'clotV Wi Wi's place at the College. fnr the purpose of clc.tuiR a the lire Fiiday night and burned his faie has the cause of democracy close to his . prcv riptimiH acnifiUcly cimpo uided. I). Wkiik.v have nnd It'iard of UirHtnr for ilic i'iiuing ear Mu. wii Mas. fearful I v. He was brought !cfom the heart will make it a point Kl) CAKII.K, 1're.ident. to attend the leturued from a visit to Kirksville. coiiit Saturday and adjudged of unsound mass meeting here at o'clock next SatMix Ai.m II n has gone to viit In r mind. Then being no room in the urday. The great battle is tube fought . . . . , . , ., n.tlier, Mr. ill Mays, in i.arn.m. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, this year and it behooves every man to ... MiM mi Wm.kkh, of (uirr.nd, was breast-platI'lirnpike and armor for the 'the nloLklmldprs of the Knob CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Arrmtii hotly is)iitested election Madi- - put on his thtguct of her aunt, Mrs. .1. C. Ilwys. I National Hank in Ko.id Co. will us all meet together next Stanford firl uiiTt lit the ir.t 18SS for thu pur- Kver brought to conflict. Sitiiriln in ij tsuinty voted Saturday by 700 Miss Mismi: Vw Akmiu.i:, of llar-somarket. l'rirc lower th.iti ... thu vi iti.tiiiii ivn una mioi isio ui i'iismuis the loweit. at. he, UotU and Jewelry It e was the guest of .Mr. Abe Mc-- i to suIimtHs' for the liuisville Saturday ami tenew our deteiuiination ifucthe 111M11118 for paired on ihorl notice nnd Karrantcd. cLll'ION DW'I.r.l iSiiuthern. liichmond gae !KK) in its to carry the democratic banner in Kohcrts. for Cleveland, Oiay anil Mu. T. .M. .Ioiivmin and wife, of liar-- , favor. Some-othe heaviest tuvp.ner f.sNburg, wen vinitlng relatlvex here oiitsivd it ami it is said that befon night vote, wen-idemand at as high a Miiida. Tin: Casev count v repulilicaiis adopt Mii. t'un Haii.i: . n'tunie.1 Siiturday Huum as?."!), ed this very lucid expiession on the pen ; 0,1 . . . .11 ,ne,yv,e () iron,., visit to timion of rrcnidnnt ,.,ltl.r,,rij11: Main .,.,. sum husiuess: " e are in favor of the the ciisuini;a soar i i and Kurd ..f liirctor for be d in tin- Circuit .1 l"FII!- -l llll 1... Dependent Pension Mill and shall ever c lerk1. uffiie in Stanford on iir .t Saturday iii Surreys, i... j;,.i.l the im'n'imiHt nun t'uiriKiii nm num mm Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, My 'm l "'' ,Kk .ss .iM...w w","'!1.,.",lMIvt.rUaiiilf.iri con.rrt every Satur-.,- f he until the last soldier of the Union j ". l.VNX. Mr. .111.1 .mi. ... -- . the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over I.:. army has received a fair and liheral pen- ..Itlit for 10 weeks, in front drick, of Somerset. urnplKC I.ICCIIOII. It,. U l.vi.iLr em. ted a stand for hImii for the services in inittini! the late, ,,'!"' 1V,;M M,s; ' which .,,.. he ,.,.sy p..t ..,. ruhelliou, had it not heeii for them, wu the Shelhy City neitfhhorh.Hsl, ker, would not , had an overflowing The sioikhn drr nf ihi- - Stanford & HuMonw Ie rfh wiI. Kiud Treasury, hut would have had a defunct Turnpikefor ill. eCompany ufn i hud their annua wen' miestrt of Mis Nellie (Jain.is. pn each night at ahout 7 o'clock. and Hoard Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better action Mu- -. Spusiiui, of Winchester, mother nt llai ey's Store rurncMti' e. on the confederacy." The lllSt few lilies are as of t suturua) in .uy, ittai at i m o k, r m of Mips Annie S)K'iuvr, foimerly of thei Ihi.i.v tiiwu n tells us that he had a cle.tr as mud. grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the J K CASH, l'ieIdent. . ewe to pive hirth to twin lamhs one day Ct.llep factiltj, is on a it to l'rof. ' DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. last week and three days afterwards to l'axt.m. , of Mis another, all still living and lookinc hale Mu. J. 11. Wk.w 1:11, a relative - llev. K. 11. l'ieree preached for Rev. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. lieartv. To those who tlouht this II. C. Morrison at tho Walnut street Carrie I.ee Mays, the ery airomplished , lit- annual of the Moikholdcr of the music teacher at the College, hashivnon (.tatement we have only to say that Un Methodist church Sunday looming. Tiirnerille, McKmuey o. loffn)' Mill Turnpike held at Koad Iilrd. Mure .Ml. Sa,'cle Itillv's word it as piod as his houil it visit to her. J. 1). .Mock took a Hue yearling lllly Inn, onCo will heSaturday Kl. .May, 18S1), ut a A. i. ill thefirt Cook v.m Ti.kkii, of Wv- -t and the latter is worth a premium. I'rr.irtcni and I'.urd MiAit.. by King Almont to Lexington this for the purpoM." of i lectins a year MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. . of Directors for tl ennuiuj; Knit, wenthe;llest ofthelrsweethearth, morning to le trained by Harney Tracy." J J MiKINM.V. I'reoideut K insasSai.t.- - Klder.los. Halloa pive MUsCh- - you wm kiicss who if you know She belongs to .Mr. Shultz, of Syracuse, I li itil.riw h uvt. u a Ktmple of the Kilt mudeiit Hutchisgentlemen. the line taste of tire X. Y., ami is a very promising colt. on, Kansas, sent out with the compliMu. imi .Mas. J. I luri k, of the We- -t A picnic party chaj Mrs. Uill'e, ments of the People's Savings Ikink, of W. M. Ituo and Mrs, Knd. weiv her.' vesterdny. t sulleivr from .i which his relative, F. It. Chrismim, is and made up of about l voting people, who has Ikmmi a ntored i,, r.isliier It is heautifullv white and as. spent tlie day on Saturday on the hanks lias nearlv tarrh. Mcrcliauclise, line as the hest tahle salt. Threecompa-VIROVVI.Nll. K , heitlth. of Ilix Hiver, :! miles from Town, to the uies an oisrating theie, withacomhiiied Miitv IIii.i., Welch, Warren and left of the Lexington pike. Ilacjut opened a ne sto.kof Mcn'a r nil lloj Clothing, llaK, C'.iii llwl. Shoe, Urv floodn, to aj.pc.iron capacity of C,:HI l.airels a day. corn have gone to Somerset - Charles Wilson, arcspectnblccolored Notion, and amity drocerirn Attn Aealcrt tn the one side or the other in tho Wnllwv. A prettvvoiing citizen and a stonemason by trade, died Coal. Country prodme takc.i in exchange for . K. K(ol at highe.t market T e t'ouie one, r trial, which will Itegin for the ui,y fmm u, lHIryiwwllt,;iu.of the on Saturday and was buried on Sunday all, and I'.irn the .iii.oUv.c m trade. thinl time Mures in town last week and impiiredthe from the colored I (apt 1st church, where Tiik llusto.iville Turnpike Company nU.Uv fnr the funeral sermon was preached by HV )f mic,UM( lo.leelare a higdividend w,lf( t,u, ought to j,,, meaning, of course two Uev. Isaac Slaughter. E'ciui 3Iuti.il Life next tune. A certain young hanker Iihv ,H,X,.N Mn. X. IIixkkii, merchant and lumber 111 ,akt, t ,,mt (, ,1(lv added much to its earnings while a cer- - wav al), ni,j(f ..Vl)U ,MV uwf,,v ,jj., dealer at Ottenheim, was here, yesterday. Co., Philai , tain young lady has heen slaying here. ,1V whl,)(, ,,x , .ir.s.a"iid-s.- , He tells us that he has 100,001) staves on Mu. vm. Mas. Mvkk IIviii.in arrivid fl)r ,,1,." mid she sailed to a cheaier hand which lie has had to hold because tt i .in oh! and thuriiiitthli rrll.ilik-- , concrvjii-coinp.uiv- , Sunday and have taken rooms at 1'npt. 0.tHijwlnnni. now to it (1st with 11,50.1,0001 of poor road facilities. Like all theoilier asset-- and i,mi,.vaj surplus arc as Its .McKlnuey's. They look very liappyan.l people in his section he is greatly in fa- low us any old unit rcli ililc cuuipjiir,r.itcs with annual meeting of the Ken-i- s vor of the new pike. imi'urpacil nput ition for fair dealing; Tin: as the Louisville Commercial says Maik cxctllril liy uonr and plans to uit -- A as contented with life as a hilly goat tucky Slate .fedical Society will he held men to It jug labelled with the Would cull tin- atlcniiou of lulianew vnilowiutnt. .KCiiuiiiUtiil MirpUn and 6 ptr is licking a fivsh ciicus poler oil' a new at Crah Orehaiil Sjnings, isimmencing name of a prominent prohibitionist pass-e- l .cut. KUiranl.c.lhouiU plan of policiif Will keep constantly on hand a large and select lins of Furniture tlu same rate as July lth, instead of the Ith, as llrM lix- ue'iVoinrii niMucd plank fence.. through Main street this morning, JOHN K IA11 KNEIt, he ollcred ft Jin Mit. . I. K. I'vTiuiK, of Jackson, a .sort ed. Titles of all papers to OiHrivt )cnt for Kentucky in an easterly direction. The goods andJLTndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods of a postotllceiiispjciir, was seeing after must he llled with l'eruianent Secretary inside are said to be "marster line" for' can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conthe olllce here for a couple of das. He ' Steele Ikiiley, Stanford, on or before the sn ike bites, ami as serpents, are unusus condition loth of June. The Sjuings Compnny ally numerous and vicious thi spring, a pronounces it in a vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. and the hest kept of any he knows of, ' will make reduced rates to the members '"prohib." who goes fishing or visits the ' and yet it is said he wants to removeoiie and their families. e itintry is only using a prudent and of its keepers. Ihiiiinuiv.-T- lie house of old Uncle h.'althy precaution when he keeps a' Hon. T. I. IIii.i...' Jit., who has. been Toiuinv Hall wasentered lliiirsdsiv even- - g oil supply of the antidote on hand. . .. ,,' Kansas, lias (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) Dr. J. C. Bogle reports John l!ow- siiiiiuiiiii at John Aleadows and Jim Crow, a uig hv ', ,' iiiiiiiiiiiiliih iv the goveiniueut couiile of negroes, who stolen nurse eon- - ney, oiitlned in jail on a charge of niur- -' UNKIIKTWIKV fill: NOK'I II AND SOL'TII. ' requesting linn to go to imua.o, -s,o Thl.v pit int tIll. il.T, as quite ill, having symptoms of LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' ming, to assist ... o,ga..i..ng a laud of- (om hy UtvlM , , ;, w,mI,Wt T1, heart disease and kidney trouble. It is! IN 1 HOIKS. Lucy Wliriinr;,hUM,llll(1 liceandhewill go tluther. M.. tlll. I1HnH. fund on wrong for Howsey to be in jail, even if ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS linn, hut will visit will not accoinpany Through Cars to .New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. r, wAim he was perfectly well, as he was once xhmu ,nwh . relatives here and go theie later on. of- -' U. v,.Ml.ni1IV .... tried and acquitted for his alleged I T'C THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. Mu. am. Mas. Kvvi.llv... will M rjUUtl VAJ AlN O, o(tlll.,lbsullTO Af ,',. aUoriu.v. feiise and the indictment returned at the. 1. to.iiinrriiu- nir .'s.uiieisei. uin-ii.'ii. 11011 They were trietl yesterday and held in last term of com t is said to have heen I'll W TJOXA-- eJIIORT J. IX 10- slllrsiim 10- will take the position ... teller in ...e procured through malice. It is strange ,o . wh(h ' Son.e.set Hanking Company, which Is- -' we.e sent to jail. that some of his friends do not bring his M'lYIIGHAEL, THE HATTER, CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 1, 1888. uiiirt business there on the ltd. The young case before Judge Morrow on a motion ' with the couple but' TK (.i.,:ilK.--people regret to p.irt A. S. Paxton, for bail. IUCA.I.) ltKADBOWX LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. -- Mr. Logan MeKee, of this place, a are satislied the move is for thu hest, " principal of Stanford l'eniale College, "TRAINS N0tTH K A IN MTUTI ' "J 6. No. 7. No. No. 3. .So. 1. Mr. Hail will stand a much better chance lmS(jt.t.i(tl(lll()t, mmn wjt, us an- - candidate for delegate to the National .Vo."aV."t S lATION'S. .. Daily. No. i. 1.. .1... II.. ..!.., .1 Since the death of his republican convention has heen instruct III t.rolllOIlOll lllllll III UIU iiumn iiviv, other session. on nil a du.uiunt of toper chu. i.l h D.lly. Daily. Daily l'.x.su,,, IJ.nlj . D.ily. Daily. nevci wife he law labored under serious w here the olllcers seldom tlio and I'd foi'hv 11 out of l!t COUIltieS ill thedis - ..rdem ent for Mutt villi acopyoftliHul.no ad- S mi put Vrv 040:1111 0 i p m in jj a in 6 top m 817.1111 S5i m l.'vc. .Clni.Iiiii.iti i ip m.qt a 30 a in 4 jj leslgn. V'jlll:iintavvn ...I.'b jijam y 51 a m 3 17 p in ojipm and has not been able to make trict and will bo undouhtedlv tIeitoil. 1 08 10 J9 a 7 oj p in 10 J7 p in 4 10 a in .... in i.eorjieioMii.. uiani 140pm THE PliOP.ENOE school the llnaiicial success that lie Mr. .leKee and the following named ... j til a the 7 3) in 10 15 413pm 7 una 1.clintini.. LOCAL LORE. Joi in. 8 oj pin 11 05 pm .. ..." ... j ij it in NiehoUuvillt pm 11 13 5'' l"l 017am 107pm lie is a gentlemen are the delegates from Hoyle might otherwise have done, 1 33 10 in in jjoain 100 Junction City 51" 010p1.1u30a111.iJS.. m My ov . S 111 w 1ihi1.11 i:s .. WHt". 05 j m Wj 03 Jo p III,, lino teacher and has had a splendid fac- county to the State convention, which I' tit " ' 'j .... - -- , n tt n m Uakilale . 7 13 a 050pm it a ers. i 35 a III i, p m Vr v...l.liatluu.Hva. l.'ve 710pm .1900:1m.... ulty with him, consequently his decision meets in Louisville Wednesday: (!eo. 10 00 pill 4 10 a m loam if tit 850am niHjpm I. e...Cli.'ittiuonja.. Ar'v 6 p m is the subject of regret to all who have Welch, S. S. Fry, Win. (loodloe X. It. VVathiui; .Machine ..ml am not prepareil lofuriii.li Pi.a.vis. of all kinds at 0. J. 1 1$ pm Attalla r'v :... lop m1 all who may ili to save their clothe, from the pm l.'te ..IlirmiiiKham, 35 pm i jo nm . ., 3 45 iin become attached to him and them. The Turner, W. II. Nichols. Delcg.itiNthro'-ou- t rulbinc anu tearing inciilenl to the olj pruce of pm 11 i m l'uc.iloo...... ..... .. 9 10:1 in 40.1 nil..., nut a Take the Stato eau go to Louisville and re- washing,worry youone ami try it and lie convinceil, l.'ve trustees of the building advertise the jo .. m 10 to p. .. 13 pm t I0.1 in Ar'v ...Meriilian aooui nuking iiuies yoi.arc nilW.u.i. e.U'Kii, eariets, tc, at Owsley rlltiut I.'te 9 pm 5 nop in ... 0,i)am d jn ill Ar'v for rent. To a competent per- turn by paying one fare. property tatiificd :i tu iti merit.. ..... 10 a in l.'vc ... VlrriJiin .Ar'v .., ii loiupm .... A; Craig'w. . The iinderaiitneU hae purclmcil the I'lorence o 15 pin .Ar'v A jmrty of Danville Odd Jack ton Fellows son tll.o location oilers unexceptional ad900a l.'ve - . - ..ii Wa.hliiR nucliinc anil nTler a thorough,,. trial, e ir"arv .. 4 00 pm ..., loam l.'ve.. .Vicktliurn. .. in .uuiiiji laKC nuiiii, little houso for rout, Call at vantages and we hope such an one will went to Somerset Thursday to assist auu picaRUIC ..v........... mil .oiiiiiunjr -,w ........ ... 413pm l. vc ...Monriic. 1005 a in Nkat ,. ,, .v ,, ..i,,)e.,.. nt.i ., . n he secured. There in an effort to induce their brethren of that place in acquiring every iih..i par.icuiar, owiiiK ...i iuat it ciauiicu ior 11: this olllce. Win, N. II. Train N. 9 leave Oikilale alA 03, a m, ami arriveiln Cliattuiooj;a at y j.,t m. No. 10 lime Mrs. Trueheart, who so successfully con- a knowledge of tho new work of the or- Mm. S, Daughcrty. jC. W, W'nllace, Dr, Bvurne, Sine. Mill l'etkini. I.ewit chattanooca at 4 00, I'. M anil ainvetat Oakdale at 7 ij . I'. hallrr. A. n IIkautikui. Hpring hats and huunuta at ducted It for a doxen yeare, to return, der. They wero MeHsro. 1. A. Marks, Mann llouJoir lluffet SleepuiR Catf. oil all train. Mr. Ammiaa Peak. (;eorce 1'evtou. Alex Holti- Cox'h. Courts A ..,, lmt we regret to nay that it Is not likely I). J. Durham, W. II. King, II. . Kusscl claw, C. C. I'icldi. Albert CannUn, Sim Kalne., K. JOHN C.CAUI.T, lleneral llanajer, II. COI.I.HHAN, ileii'l Kfl. A !', Atl. K. CKHOI.I., (teticral Suprrinlrndent. 10th of May for .that she earis to resutuo uch a rrpan-ubilit- and R W. Kaatlond. At Junction City r . Ilirrow, A. M. rcianu sliu many oilier. HotirtK for rent on the M.F.KI.KIN, Oenrral OKttt, St. I'aul lluiUIiiig, VV'ei Kourlh Strtrt, Cincinnati. Ohio, . lleail.iiiariert at S, S M Jen' More. K. they were joined by l'ust Grand Master M.iall family. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Si.k tliu Hohs patent refrigerator tlio boss, Mutcjilf it Foster. it'H Nick lino of plaids and plain drew goods just received at S. II. Shanks'. Manager to-da- Jo IBo IIUSTONYILIE, wcil--ele TUCKB u rMli)CJ!5H1(Ji9 11. I V -- FAMILY j m c Met-call'- A - - -- I I III V I ii,h-iii'i- I 1 al-- o liiu-aii- ii)-t- I latlc-r- . m SPRING OPENING! WALL ri-t- f t)nn - i f rock-pil- e Turnpike Election. t PAPER QECORATtOKS 12 Dan-lll- a i. - - l. A-- m - Din-clo- . j Turnpike Election. mi-i- t A. E. GIBBOKTS, Di5LN"y"irr.E, KY. ..-jf..- to-ua- y .. I p - A- - - '''' (Ji-o- 1 - 1 A, !Ho I . FENNY, T some-Miin- ir Tuni2ikc Election. 111 11 ! I e I'hj-i-i- a-- y- . Turnpike Election. I m 1 j e n It - tii-uui- I f Turnpike Election. . ..... , . '"' 11111 Priii.i-1-u.-iiu- .. .!! ilttt" - ti BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! . 1 1 j - ,'.'., to-.la- y Pin-cto- j vi-- -- i Turnpike Election. met-tin- J I - ! - I GEO. I. WEAKEN", MAKT'G'H. 1 . i- - ! gn-n- -- jHIONr&DIS!iil General I i ' ls-e- I ! J CnriN-iiU- ., :' I FURNITURE STORE ! MACT Hr'FMAiY, PWlilP, j mi-- to-da- j ..,. ,,, ,,, n-n- Insurance delphia. r , .1 the I ' ... dUi-dim- - - 1111 iiu-- go-in- ,? lirst-clas- ........, QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. , i - - ,,,.,, ,.., l"'.,,,,,, I -- Br 1 I. mnnUPr' -- S "" V 1 :, . . . dilli-culti- ' gi ' i'-- ". mrnH-Hiin- 111 s 7 111 1111 11 11 11 i .1 111 111 111' r. WASHING MAUHINb 1 1 11 11 111 I Ml 1 1 . 1 1 .1 111 I . 111 111 ' New-IiiiuI- 'h. 21. I 11 11) 1 i - 11 . . 1 11 U- - .1 . . j . 1 111 m i 11 , ,, M y. Ii-.'.l- IVj-l.m- . I , 4. . . t , e JAi 'j a "' y. . 1 ' -- - if 'jWjssr rC' &y Tt" -- ymmiiin, Mswati. ytfifyntrimnmalw iiyaawis,.jll3aiM ku m ij iitm '.,. . z. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal CONVENTION. ties-innnt- PRINCE MESSENGER. Hay ttallinu. it, hand i inches high foiled Oct. 8S4. bred b) II C Mock, Diuvillc, K Sired b) Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Messenger a 164. First dam f.it natural pacer, by Vining Amcncai ad dim by (InMiifn Telet;rapli pacer Young America by Wakc-Up-- J kc, record 1 an, dam by Old Sweeper jxuer t)ntot' I'clcur.iph b BLTTEMOITT. Iliy ta ion, i) hand ami i Inch hull, i mikn the season of ii ill the tnb r uf Kng cnnin ,V Karri, Laiieuitcr, K),, AT EBHCSS'IM., Second cnuiin to Maud S , ,n, e DEMOCRATIC worn! i) Kye-"e- and Nut The State Central Committee' has Satunlny, May ."itli, nt '2 oVloi-p. m., fur the aembliiitf of iiiu conventions in each county, nt theCourt-lIoUHfor the purpose of appointing tlclcpitci to tho State Convention, which meets in Lexington, May KUh. In coinpliance therewith, I hereby request the democe racy of Lincoln to meet at the in Stanford nt 1 o'clock i'. m on the Cth, for the purpose nauietl. .1. E. Lvnn, Ch'iii. ', Court-Hous- W rCRpYALM5',,,.t' 1 S25 TO INSURE A LIVJMC COLT. luimiuil l.ucy I'npe, renrd and trial in a to lilt breeding on dam's Mile 111c much like Je rome 'I urner' 2 15',, their dam being nt piling uncage; anil man) ntncr u iiiimerun to men I he lion pacing blund ha helped to produce Shcltmt' t'elcuraiih ivi cr i)s, ) lle.ired the I'he. MaudS, o5t;, Ji) l.)c v Sjc u and Nutwood at 1'rincc Mecni;er ill make the cam $10 to Insure nL.iviiij;Colt , of Stanford At ni) farm on the SomcMel pike, to o mile My Jack u it h By CHURCH W.l. W.MTo.v.See'y. AFFAIRS. , PROGTOR KErOTT, m. e high, blick u.i mealy iui. and general make- mat w iumpare an he seen mi the premie. latortlil) with the gel 11 am , I'OWhl.I. ; up firit-- . last. 'HIE lNCY SADDLE SVAI.I.ION. A lieu still be icLuned ml thJai k the loiinl) I'arting with the mar. 'I wo and .1 half miles from llutiitiiville on the iol! for the teatun mouty forfeit theinturanrc (treat core, will be taken lliistnnvitte and Liberty CurnrHke Koad Lincoln present .nudentt, but will net be re.oil.l' count) thould ii) iHiur Chrntit stallion, 10 hands high, sired by the F. I' U Oi tils It II 4 Foaled May i, 1S79, i a rich Mihogon) bay, M'J great l.owlinder l;irst dam Bracelet by Augtlu, hand high, heivy mine and tail, imriitly fine ad dam llriiuettr, by I'odrington , y dam .Miss both a natural and pleaiant laddlcr; Stykc by the Caster, jth dam ny the Colonel, Ac and fancy; it l.mlin-der- , breeds fancy and hen quidl)- dnicn in harne See stud I wok fur further pedigree N his tin.', a by Dalesmin, out of I.ufra by lie high tail tyle on both Koc like a trotter, the third generation; it backed by thor Winilluniiul, lie by the ever famoii 1'anlato.in sides to oiighbred on both ide, making him very active Dab tnian b) King Tom, the most successful sire vI'HK TI'RI'IN IIORSK, and tpnghtly in g lit, in form and hnuh a peifeu England hiseser produced, hit tons, t,reat Tom, U illnukp the prr.fHt wasstn at I D (tamer's model lie wan ired hi Suniuter Dcnuutk, he by King llan and I'haeton, were imported tn the I ltY MKrKOI'OI.IIAN, 1, 7,, miles from Crab Or. hard, un the Stanlonl pike, Coddard's Denmark, he b) l..ine & Cromwell's S and made Ihemsclse famous as sire of inner. and will serte mar.t at Denmark, he by the race horse, Denmark, he by King Tom was by Harkawai, the tire of Irish 1 011 of II JiuWelolilJli Imp. Iledeeford the tire nt Ills firm dam was ired by Sir IlirUiatchcrand Fanglia lUlloiigli, Dam, JOKITF., So Dilesman's dam b) I'anlalmin Wallice, he by rndhuiiter'sSir Wallaie. he by Sir Leamington lly III.OOD CHILI', 79, of I'an een that London ha. two line Albert, thoroughbred. d d un In Virgmius, dam it Siti-o- f of Virgimus by I'ranby, thoroughbred he by the laioon and through sire runt thro l.aneiia.i, I lamp Kanme KubitiMin, ijl, Mnntt due when t i t4 a eitained or mare nan. hip, jd dam a Whipp mare I'ouihttonc, lemoe.rlc, while thronjh hit dam celebrated Mason' edwith. The Louisville Presbytery adopted a lie traces to urunao. u otnui' iiirucatciier, ine Description and Pedigree lllack Denmark 1. I Caster, Sullon and all ihe ni"l lani"U performer, Metropolitan, by R).d)k' HnmrtMoinaii. dam 14 teartoid tin. .pnng, jet black, a No , mbn paper declaring that.it is impolitic to agandsiresiu England, Thlihorsemlstaid ll)aciuth by VoluntrtT, grind im Cktra, dam nf eo iiare. nne title anil n,n. ind a if . d r breede itate until the Northern PresDuster Mid Dictator, by wh . Amvricin Star iired nv ine I tin. 11. old Mo.ieiMll Jt.k.on, he I v r old record AT $20 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. .Metropolitan is arklinwlnlgrsi by all In be onr M.ller'. I.I Wathiu ct i Denmark, lit lit thefiUi byterian churches are ready to organize Son of Wal ate Denmark .iboie; lit dam b) Milnf I lie best, end bs mint tht ten st bnil ttal mile raie liorie, Dnm.rk lllack Denmark by the rate h.rse, Deiiiuam, Denmark, linn 'ttr foaled Hit full si.icr. Knit Victoria. dam by ( gMii I dam by lllaiklmin the colored Presbyterians into separate SEVENTY FIVB DOLI.VRS THK SEASON ler'sdam 1" orixe he ul dam li) Monigoiuery't O Hook full for i3Sj ; his ld .11 the Msl'ermti wleior $7 a) th higbrtt Whin Stunmall Ij lam b) Aviallal I churches. jddam by o d Drennon loin i a hneishaped price vr p.uJ for a brood marr ai puhlM. tale her .lam lr Medic s ill a!.. luufilhm by .Mrtroflltiu. nrilhrr of which hors.b atk with heavye mine an J tail, ijK haudt tt.nj hiv two hne 4kt III f K. The Frankfort auxiliary of the Wo high.isa nitur.i si Jd anduii irra.it rum u liar horse 16 hands high, !) ten llroe. k , tm iter hooYtnl tingle old at puhln talc far II Wkaiid I'ltIM K ' saddle breeder. I D (t.RM:it v t nl. Oiihrd Jl iij airragmg man's Foreign Missionary Society held a and Draki Carter of dam dam li IflntHl Chwf by lllotd't lllack Hattk. dam Vianet; ad dam. I.r lite, r cilw raft sand Spcnit memorial servico Sunilav in honor of Mitt Dumaii k) Siotl't Highlander, grartdam )) jd dam Florine, e thrilt'tdam, b) cungt in, (Full brother tn M.ijolici j ij ratu.; ltd dam h) t imolc n llbtti t hx-- f iri--d (.to to the stud Iniok Mild sdam by Imp Mrs. Joe- Swigert, lately deceased, at and Uy horc, 16 hands high for eitencled pedigree, and find no richer UimhI t.n Wimle) Jim 1 ag Faiinir Rnblu.vii s ta r, llred by Robt , lllo k 1 lllaik Hak .irid the damt which Mrs. Sallie C. Trueheart, corresfine lack is by lii.mt, he by Imp Palermo, loraLim; talander and find the line he rometiil. Chief 3 This New York City. Foaled In 81o. Sired by lmoiit Ir 1 ai and ia , mid both by sire and dam illumines it brightest piges nf Vim Arnim Startle, record a:6,sireof Maloli ca 1 15. 1st dam by Kobinson's Sampson, he by Imp Mam ponding secretary, read a loving trib- First danijcssie Kirk J 45,1,, dun of Majoli llr.ith.-land rrlHn 1 i He combines the blood grandam of moth, id dam by Imp llertran I Jaco'a 1st dam wiihgrcal achievement llrjan and Kiiiguld irr ful brothpr. II' an 4 by lilac Hawk, ad dam by '1 ippai.inoe by Clark Chief, sire of Craxii nf (.Icmoe, Lcxingtonand I'haeton, the latter thro' ail ,1.1m Ol.l igV ute. will nulf the lhY"un,; lhnruni;miir-llmh air b)t t This is a handsome J ic. 3 ) ears old, ij)i hands his sire, I en met. k and Lesingiuu lis ice through sitirt old and Kiiimi d Lads-- dam nf Little .111.1 7 U'i.inj rh.rl.v 1V..I nf il at ihe Kim )rt f handt high, and oitrcmf v fine and tlyli.h Wii Will serie a few Aer ilite am! I ami) llollon.lhc dariof I'enllrocik The anti-orga- n people are tickled to a 61. pacing by Opt. Walker, sire of dam of Har high, b ack with mea y nu and Clem ft, thrice in lurine, Cocahontas, eti If make the teaMtri of iM at ms tub at Mute and lines dam death over Dr. Kendrick's sermon pub- ry illromi a IMoi,I 3d ilam by I'arirth't I'ilot,4th a 17, lennet on hcahotc stock v. il mike the sea.on of 839 at Ihcold adage, "lllood isilltell," is good, tins young Malum K) ton mi r north if Huilnutiii by sire of the dam of Donald my farm )H nil et from Hustontilie near Carpenhorse will pru e In worth by getting progeny that the Huttuiisi If A Daim eturnpikr, lished in our last iimic and mo have al- auu iiosanna 3 jth dam by Cadet sou of Mnaes due Seniemlier i.t. ilaU. ai ih i:...i . ter's Station, and will be permuted to serve b) the willshnivin front at the finish " He i.greails in traud thoroug FIFTY , t ready disposed of moie than a hundred insure a mare n foal Limited toDOLLARS to insurance, 111c iiituM inrrn lite 111. irv, .Lr. icit it. marks anu t nn'si.1. AT $12.50 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. faras. near Shelbi Cut. Kt -- llrenhl.iader Is a jj approved and I'edigrae extra copies, which we printed in view mate WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, whose i mile record hatnnl) been tJtenb) Ins.on rieh dark hay, ith hltsk DrakcC'arter, a full brother 10 Concregan He 11 fBi.. not aohilehti iw him. heasy nun and lall, i); haadt hieh an wcllputup, tlongly knit and hit the mut.let and I leu retain! hi a" ro t. If an) mart is re Wrsl a per I of such a demand, ltio. IIarri.on I lock-o- r JACO atjjj for J. it k coh.irKl Jij for Jennet As t.i his liraeding uualltiei. i act model of Leiington, to uuotrHtr horse or IraaVd muii) wi I If dan uuartcrsof all theltesi dcsceiulent refer to as) of hi. last says it is the only thing that has apI cdls, fhii h Stock committed to my care and breeding i'i and will makethe season at U IrrN DOLLARS ttratt will bo furnithed nt i tu peror month Catr a single escetHiun, large, fiac and tub to insure l'i Ut takMi lo prvvriit aiciorHt. Fuejear old record iS rscaftm, but sroliir leltv peared in the paper for a long time that dr. is furnished receive my personal Attention is his tesliaree na rftMintibiilty huu d any oscwr at reasonab'e rates, to be paid for before removal No.,, IIRr.rCHIOADKK.Uy, fnalrd in iU W , WIOllA.M. MorrtaMd Ky was worth reading. Hay horse foaled April t6, i83i il am Sired bv Call. of stock No reipou.ibi ity for accidents or cs III- lap lull., ita ban 3 14 (.ireof Cyclone 2 2' ; 1st dam Soprano, capes I'arting uith stock forfeits the insurance. data Nellie Vrfr), (gi.ad 4,m f mrnf tv nam 01 Eminence old record 2 17), and full I Inaasuii How He Asked For Her. lli Mar) C J STKEI.K CARl'ENTLR reoru 3 2 ami lllack coll, foaled in iHj, by Caliban (sue of dam har.hdl by AUt Ckunhill Solo 2 2iy. b) .itrainmnre, tire of Santa Claus ' Not many evening sineea n I r Clay it"), Cyilone 1 jj Coaster 3 Xi Margras grand daas f King A' i fotlt:k ad dam Abliess dam of Steintta) 3 )p.ir.old 3 17 damAlueO by I'ascard ijn,tonnf Almoin, tire nf young man of this city asked an elderly record a a)), and Soto t ), by Albion sire of Van- Fannie Wiihertpoou,! i6J;ddain .Madam I inch, 4 dam MitlUloe, by Clieruka ity i air t Wt ; 3d dam Marshal Nay, of im Alice Iti) siallinti, foiled m itli, dam nf linima (. 1 year old record Wand, and weighs I dam ItUtk tad Ssu. bi li.-- t gentleman for his daughter's hand in ported hmancipation. bySKVE,NTY.F1VE on DOL- lascom J4i,and I'untona 141 by Drennon, id dam I isu pounds He is of tin si) Ic and t ell galled. dam k) Vlbrrt LARS the season, with the usual returns (icneral lavlor Caliban V4, by Manibnno by Messenger Chief. Jr marriage. "My son," said the old gendam b) Algenne as sired by Meweager ManiSnno (ift rn) Chief iltfb) Ahdailah I'imt Iirttdam Pilot, sire nf flanms 3 tj i dam b) lire) Alfrad tittleman, kindly, "if you love my daughdam Cassia, by Cas.ius M llay.Jr, tire uf llarr) ter 10 (ieu I (ieorge II lhnma., tire of Scout 9 dam a mire pmelMsesI III Vlrfftaia by C apt lie Tilts fine ttillion will make the eao-- i of KS at C l.i) J3jh,and Du'angoa ai,, i'ascal by Almoin, 1 homat, reiord j tt by Mambiuui Maasenger, id llurhitdga for hrrasliac, k sbnt fsdigr ter and she loves you, you have my conmy farm, 3 miles from St inturd, on the Stanford sire of I'edmonl ai7),, dam 1'earlie Leonard, by lamb) Mambrtno Chief, ttl darn by Imp, Najto-leoftaa lati; Ulieiesl to W bt AmHh. rVnicrKan Clay, sire of dranville lit; d dam by t sent. Unt let me say to you that you Iliy horse, hind high, llred by J . V tll - iiiui wanviiic pike. alhdam b) lempett, slh dahl b) Iiger, llh 10 dam h) Imp Motile) son, jonnv iumi, Ham b) Darial) t liioine.le. 71 aam oy .aiimn s 11 dam b) Imp MedU) Ky """ "" have also my sympathy. You are young ri'rran Sired by Louisville sire of Foaled Mav joth ney. by Mingo, v.n of Ameruan Ivhp.e , Alrii.trii Whip. ill. dam 1.) Sh.i.p't I'arago. 133? 11 slam b) Imp Culler, AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. Klvira, hak by Alecander's Abdallah, tireof (.oldtmitn Maid. MM,g,r ( h.ef Jr '. dai-- i b, eimttat Jr ; ad ijslamb) Imp Caanssaghl and strong. You can earn a good living record i8'; tst dim .Mjss Rose to 1st dam b) .Mambrim. ChieL tire of dam or Jm by Imp Scythian. )d dam b) IWwiiert (it) I'rincvps sireof 'Innket 1 14 and id others of 10 Description and Pedigree Vermont Hamhle JM ,,,e and your prospects are flattering. You 0.r.bte,,) ) Woodford Mambnno I iU f Hh dam b) Onstotl'i lelearaph mates at ' ,irc of tonlan i .1 black horse, loaled in iSij. lA hands ,1"e,e,r.., V 1 he analysis ot tins ped- Abbotsford Vermont Jr S) Vermont, dam I.) nliser d dim l'nmrose Met Sis Dollar, n same terms a. the barse dam of high, two white feet behind, tired by William dam of .Maud S. a ol, ,W ueeti who now jum aooui as much as l'rincep sire 'ro's,; ol rastare for males al Jl sn par mrcth No "' T ' lt"',tw" senger Chief sr prudu.ed th following of Trinket I t4 by Alcxindcr's Ab Maud Welch, by Risdyk'. Itamblctonian, 1st dam Katie "".f." CJ.VC' )KiiiMrHli) forae.idaal. I S I'r'.VIS Mettengera i(4, Abel 14S. Marsel t . Hes.ie a cat needs two tails. Take my advice. dallah sireof Ooldsraith Maid i:t, 3J dam lllack. Crime, In (till'. Vermont, ad dam HlaLk Swan, ?! ' ,,0, J built ,'?"" uponapacing an"."'thoroughbred j d Rom; damof Darkne. t,, , j,u, Robert II j )st4, Manning Hy II M Johnson, 7), and Native Amen- - bv Helm'a Yorkshire, by Imp Yorkhlrc, 3d dam bletnnian; sent , l rU " Don't get married until you grow old can 3jii by lorn Teenier- ; 4th dam Cannon'. L'lttlc Kmil), by Wagner, S 115. Me.tengar H. Kathrnne " l.irl 1,1, Sir Charles, . by Mr . . I ...f""i" . .. ,,','-..,.tl ..... nv 11c 7 .u i I. SI "1 1 rivr. Archv: .in nam J'.fllliv rtticeu. nv linn l.evlallian. ui tt..l it, imitii .in .uiiir j 11, of U "Ht !.. to 1.. niiijiii oray l 11 kiiv ami need a nurse. Then marry some Hl..n 3ii u.ui insure a mare in foal Messenger Chief Jr aillmake th" ttatnu DOLLARS cth dam iiv I'ackolet . 6th dam bv itreeiidrivrri Mares kept on grass at J3 per month at owners' 7th dam lis Maryland I'lui nix, Sth dam by Hanstrong, buxom young woman who can "orkc, standing by the insurance, mom-nibal; oth'il 1111 by Silky, by l'owel. Sue Kmil), AT $15 TO INSURE A 1IVI..C COLT. take care of you. Of course I know you due 'if the mare is parted with If any mare bred Speed in llruce's stud llook Vol. page Ver to either of to another horte inont ilamblctunian I a fine, big horse, with the lllr K)MIHM.I M will not listen to this, localise like all the mones thf'.ebehorses is ion, will due Rooks are now open and lines stsle and good bone, alula sure breeder, A dan hay bnr-- e 15'.liehands higS, is a .p'emlid permuted to rrie mires combined staiiion, s ill ; jt C. I' CECIL rapidly filling young men, you aie a damned fool. Still sired li) Willi 1111 Welch, the sire of Prince Impcri at 10 to HHe.23a.lot insure al, a 234, Jeremiah j 31S, llessie I' can trot in 1 feel it my duty to warn you. I marWe will also stand the nmcdjae , W illiam clch was aired b) 311 or better Will niae the eam ,f f sj at my sia'de ne t s ll.imlilctontau, prliatc- rcqoul 35, 1st clam Itlucls tullin, 16 Han!, huh, fiMled tn i4(,ifri ried the young lady's mother and you ......, e dam 01 llouen a rrlncc, 317, and 11) imported b Alnioiil rrtnee ttrtJjm l Knmulu Al and knob ni. in i.in.Jio eouii l.nn lie "shrll.y I IIV are welcome to profit by my experience 'rustic (son of Cotto) ami sire ol in miles trotter. lick I tint pi r .id, at Jm ash hir th' Itlildliniiifl out' II. aVlrs lif imint I'rincc in Aim l.a 1'rustee. 3 d un bv .1 sou of Mamlirino, In linn Al JIU U' HIUIC lakHU IIC, .!.. J It II treeiiti; ' in Hit 4an. the il.m T. Molli I.otis, season, with no uisvirsn e, f Jao lo insure a living J jo Iit IIC if you've got sene enough to do so." Messenger, Vermont being a grandson of the great ntoconiurriltuu. we thin thi ihecticpcoi ttK colt, sound and a right record n I hu t The youth was not scared oil' and thebe-throth- I'rijtc trial at jycais of age on half mile track to UvsdvL llaiubletimlaii. the grandest sire Ilsliu.. everolfcrcJ it a cry t hh cli. Vtnd nd xmtc )h styllanii. t Heninar isail.if biy, with p'eni) and at than ha. tug tail and mane, stands and still's Vermont combined, backed hi tlior Marc Vri.t ti i;ra at $1 per month. No rctHn liriie wagon a 14 ItlaicLintKii ur.iHum u. tw uifiiWw is likely to be announced at an high. years Id ihi. spring As a jyesr Dark hay, 1514 li.uids high The finejt horse, oughlired, will make a fine stock horse Ussdik's ioi'1it runuriiirr iiaiiiiiu ar .tii un ur aiiiucc for the stud He ha. sue. style, bone and sub st d coiiihiHrd hurt he ha. ho the bet breeder and the highest tirtd home in Iluinblctoiiian. bv Abdallah. son of Mai'nhnno. ' S II or J II HVl'l.HMAN. s Will make the season at I I'.N stance superior, if an eiiua early day, but he regard his prospective Kentucky offered to the public at so low price dam by Imp llelllouiidcr, ad dam by llishop's Ky having Stanford. im first prize, al sari on the same term as Messenger Chief Jr in Kcniurk) '3 a H.inil)fctiinl.in,jd dam by Imp Messenger. father-m-Iaand on term so liberal the Stat, in (tamest, under Mild e iind iu ; lluth horses will sraxui al my farm on Ihe Mnr. lairs as a very considerate and in 'and and Carpemar's Station turnpike, i miles model rings, and ho ata harnntt horv. as a ta (Jill's Vermont, by Downing's Vermont, sire o; jolly old gentleman. Louisville! Truth. $30 to Insure d e horse at from llusiouvill i )itr-nby hor.e. I Living- - Colt. the d imof Hnigm Columbus, dam ot Columbus, i, 3 16, 1st be lese he has not sister in K.ntuikv. J K IIUI.IIMAN (Hartleys) son of sire Confidence, ij Ilam t Danniari it .) King Denmark, he b) 3 ab; ad dam by llcrraud, sire of the dam of Tin: Kkxtccky Chautauhua. Those lly WILKIN'S MICAWHKR 33, SlarDtnnnr , h b) Juua,' lltnuun, he by o 3d dam In Matchless, sire of tile KKCOKD, J jsH lac- - lleniiiark, ib .mi e rata hone he b) mu of our citizens who were fortunate .sire ui macK rnnce Olll's Vermont is lleik-elor-J a:J?'J, Kingslcy 3:iUi, ami dam of Clint 111,331lllack M.inn, 3 rt7.. the sire of Lady ()j llonncr llo), 3 13, the dam ol lllack lack. a:ai. enough to attend the Kentucky ChauFirst ilam bs Chorister, b h Contract. Import lluv tal'i n K- -, li.uuls high, fnalvd iSM.hi jt1 oVt; also sire of the- damt of 356, and Logan td xltUiiilis Jim Hr01.11 Ol et' s. rogglns M (iainbetta W ilkcw 3 w. The King 3 )K, Nellie L I'nneciii, cj'i, sireuf tcsenticu 3 jo performers tauqua last year at Woodland Park, LexDam AI.I.KY, nd heh) Sir Archie; third dam b) Duke oflred I lamite, ny Hamlet, ion, the slrr uf W j a JK. Outlaw 3 2$K, I'c.irl 3 10, Lad) UamiiJi of ford, ilh ilsm 'Ibis combined t lion ill m.tU the I I.. 1... i . V I'untlind no, id dam l.indoru, the- dam of ington, will be pleased to learn that bv Trial ; ! :: " ilH ut ni) stablt near 'I uriii rsvillf. Lincoln nun er, fifth dun - li. Pirn. -- "" o ISimtom mil i.arrhy the dim of Albeit France, i n,V lloitricc3 3t'4. Lady I'atchen 1 sfi)i, and Ken a it, by ll.linlilel inun, 10, the sire of Dexter, by kctiliu.y A V. , ." . he tucky (tcnticinan a aH, unel sire of the 3d dam of .!. on the Stanford .; llusionsille Turnpike, ..!... and Wilton, a:nj. Imp lllottoiu. 6th dam h) llrutus. 7th dam by lucguneitisiiy in many 01 Consternation, ''7.'.; lUdimhylmp clam Mugg) It) itliiliin h ty l'lnl riiompson 1 xdyi Spedal Sashiiigtnu(ira) , Jill Imp Ill It.SDVK'S HAMIILKTO.N'IA.N'io, best citizens it has become a permanent AT SIO TO INSURE AUVINCCOLT. Kidk's II.1111Wcl011l.nl, by Abdallah, sire nf ' Hamlet Deiiiuir s dam In old Letmgi .11. j ! Sir Walter J 37: 1st dam lit Charles Kent marc. dam hy lauery ,V Oranddam LADY C.RISWOLD 1'rinecps, 5.)6, the sireof alkcr . WoHr and 6 institution and that Woodland Park has bv linl) Ilcllfounder; 3d dam One Ke, by Ilishop others ith records uf a jo orTrinket It) I'at Cleltourue - a red hi), h.'.vj mam- - mil tail It Is needless to ta) thai for huriicta and saddle better; Ilainblctonian, 3d dam Slliertail, bv Imp Mea-- I .Miunhrino Trial to w.ijfon a:j3 been purchased for its use. The Assemi y li. mils high, of lii. 1' si)lt ami splendid nrtion and for ui Hon, ltaut),stya unl r ji',, son of M.iinbriuo Chef iiiul scngcr Rysdvk'ti ll.imblctiini.iu ft the siro ol Woodbine, idam of Wcdgew'd a il I'irtt dim and aill b 5 years 0I1I on ill 301I1 ol Junn and breeder, llimilet has no superior, and again e as a he transmits II) I'LYINCi MORIIAX. bly are now erecting a large tabcniablu lie best natural saddle .lallion in the count) Nitlic 3 iSanil37 others with records nf 330 or rrimroso. sister to Miilmaism, dam ot Munctta, He these iualillcs to his olNpring sum foal gptt-- r Putter; also of the dam of Trinket 1 11 and 35 trial 3 lov, by Abdalluli Is, sire ol (iuldtmlth Maid has proviii liim.ilf to ! Ins As a ukeii af mv HiiprvcTniioii of past favor Wilkin Mlcnwbcr was aired hi Rihdk' in tho park to be done by June L'O. Its He sm sin-j- l b) llaugh-mais first ila.. ad dam lllack Koto, clam nt Dnrknuat a ; ami 3 14 dam Lady llroun, dam ol' 1'ickwick, others "itli records of 3 30 or better iindaniiidueeinent forfiitiic ussisiaiur I will give seating capacity will be between :i,0C0 s Abdallah, lip by loiall.lh hi J,n. Jjo ill premiums for the bet' three o tt ! crmiint Downing s) bv llills. liinek Hawk, Mermosa, trial a A'-.- ; b) Tom Teomer; id dam Aincrlcaii Star, grand dam liv Ham hlmiirp b) St Klmori- b) t crmoiu iiiiwnAblalliih b) let 10 be th mil in 1M1 nl the Danville air u. bunion's Whip, itli dam h) Uobin ,ra) Nigjjer L.mcc,on of Lince, sou of American sire in r.iuan rtiicti 3 35), aind ,000. The lecturer.-- , w ho have been licliptc ing a is sire of the Urns ot Knigma, a f., and al 1'irst oam h) (tood iHitture will be furnished al it v pe Hamlet 160, the sire ol A V I'ai.tlind 1 o. b) Kysd)ks ILiMbleionian Druce, the sire of hy month M) pertona and , I, 55. Ir of St Jiillen engaged are the best 111 the land and Wilkin Mlc.iubcr died soiinir nn.l l (i Lot i... ,!rV.,,f,h,f ,1'"" J, ilh.Ctks.ter , 17 IFaulkner by Old Morgan b) Virmoiit lllack given nttnitioii lavs k li) Shrirmali Jusiiev Morgan, colts; but from his great opcvil, rich breeding and "..,1. 11 and others Volunteer 5) bv llaiiiblctouiaii iiisre 10 present an idriits, but wii no th ,.,on.' ??" by Mmgan.diim 1 irstdnn l.uil) I'airiot, dim of Svntinvl 3 r)K lo and daai by (mddurd's Sumiiter Don mark bv rspoutli thou d nil) o cur ack Hawk, Hill everything will be done to make the inai;niiiccm lorn, lie gave nliunU.int promise of a b) Washington Denmark, id dam b) Old I nm Hal trotting mare Hill's lllack Hank is the Yuiuiir Patriot. most i l I sWDIDOL scsMon even moie delightful than last stud brilliant career, both on the track and in the sireist llelle of Saratoga 330; L.iucct 3 II) all analysis uf his tKsJIgrvc will Im .n ihai of i. Major 'llioma Morton, ot New York, iUh.in SI I.C N()l ILK. t II contain, . Voung Apiele the Allen 2 taddlr ami Ironing hlood and year. The session continues from Juno wrote u that he refu.ed tor Wilkin Mlcuv a V' '"''K'l'y l''1 '!U"K kmmu lo the world ,", 'ff",,, "' ''V"" two a,, ui,.. of th r brrjii.t.i short time before his death an offcrof licit and is the aire fiftlm dam of lllanche- a Jj'a, I ,M'' ougblirvd I'll to July il, lttss. fwlv Tweed, J 337, Information as to 315,000, and the great driver, Carl llurr.iiaia that also the founJer of , Tennessee Hawk f.i.nl M'lmare-will appreeiutc him, not onls '" ;e'- the lllack i liorsi whose breeding terms Ac, can be had of Col. I!. K. IM- - V.V, '"Is ulwtys considered t ut in the death of that Im in the malo .iniffemiil.- line-- aoo of 3 to or a '. Irr'.lcr hi'"!'. " Uilkhis .Mic.lH Kit breeders sustained the los of LOGAN CALDWELL ! ranks linn ummig ine I iremnst In tlic Mini UHlltaoll, l'J .V I pper St., Lexington, one of the icr) greatest of all the great tons ol old better representatives. the public is we-i-l informed, nt As old he -- I JI.t1nMcpHil.1u coiiimntis (iiarKie) s 05 Ulu uoiumnus, sin-n- t CHICKEN Kv. stilted in several iluseiy contested mces, proving iln- - am.' term- - I Mcssenuer mare At v ill lime Itysdyk'allninblctonlaii.uhoMrcdliotlmirc! and Contidence 2 S. dam converted pacer, brought luncliisivil) Ini-iiease lint he is game, reli.i stand till sanio k, I and 011Caldi-Iogau He - black tnv ja Old Columbus t 41' dam of 1! VRKAW'Yli.ilred40 2 joperformcrH rice horse Atltouii he start with itiKflly iinti., s Tt Ci.AitiiKi.i.v.-T(i- rn old and naily Contidence 3 jS, CoIiiiiidus ble,ngaintt hand froin tlicfloinl-ts'MHk- .mil has aired uif son. who hate sired 01c-- 000 from Canada, sire-o-l II and otheis, win id Jaik ilii)ilcii, high Has proven liimvlf a ms foul gitier an1 N ivigators llos.imond 3 to),, mid Voting ! 3. ia performers and has sired the d nns of 50 per till liiiffcpvun to tliiiif iind also sin- - of the dam nt Hen 3niiiK cosily In tliric straight heats; Itime, 3 so, one of the bist inulo Jirks In the Si ih us 3 J5'-su 1. lormcrs uith records of 2:10 ami I.. ti,-.....,... i,n,.i. .Morrill? 37, 1.inilse .n. 3 agle lllul 3371, l.I... .1 KlC.llCSl .! 311, .Nameless 3 p, ru- - s Hiomnctitor, At Maysvilie, K), with dcud heal. sired hi lll.iek l.igle li Crook b) M, galls lllack soblui.'. Mcroyoh: tlllll illC ngliorscprogenitortli.it lias ., whit was umiarcntlv , . .)7 ll.iukb) Pi IHrs lllaik Hak h .Mik.ii'. Ill k lining 1 omnibus is tlie .in. Al.I Ilfi.thcd.un of .1 The coloix uf tlit suusct'h j;ln un.' ictappeireil three latest daughters lliirk.iiv.lv,"1',1!, better iicrfoTmern. and lie ha a son tlmt was iroucm ine rcn.arK.aniv isi nine 43 3 n llavsk by Moruigo Mammoth b) linn Manunoih Is one of hi -he oulv ?,?"."' serine is nniitra 1. iipprovi Dam hv lllael lluwk by Motitigo Nt.immoih by Old Coluin 3 jo nr better performers , , .1... uorsc annroic iitiir it.si k' 11. .ml, inaiitlwl in thy flu-i-kof snow. Hit producing dnnis it American """t Imp Mammoth. He will bo bus is the of to servo a . Stir, the sire of blooi w is founderMastthe Columlius famil), wlilih few Jeiilii is ut $m for jack colts and Jij for vsli it the Pilot, Jr, blood to the i'liwkij: ( ) l l.adv llriiun, the dim of Wilkin MIciwIht colls the breeding of II UUCAWAY will bear was to Kentuck) Tho riuhcrit imiis of earth, tleiir rill, ic- closest nn.iiM.is ami c li.ue esery confidencu A hen reluinedoii nil colls until tho imoii money 1. p ml Pirlnig with mate forfeits insurance :11c rivaled by thy teeth of pearl. Her that lie 11 ill prndiice sliced 11ml tlin. All) man hred to iiliove sioik and thiol brtNl to Sued b) .Mctscnger Ihlcl, iSjs patronizing him will realize us much profit from ail) other animal forfeits insurance- and in'Hi.n be Ills produce as fiom the produce of nns horse In teeth: v v v S O J lltOU Si rent Maud Mcsse-ngi- r j 10', Abel 331 .unit comes dui' land, and his tillie should make brood marcs Around thy murblo brow so fair in the others lirttdaiu l.aitv I tirr), by I.) It mi, ire if woriii) me-- emoriccol the tilucst blood Ilrecd-erMaggie K 17 son of 'I linrudalc 3 3' ; ad dam hi arc invited to call and examine for themselves This 6ung stallion will make the season tit the golden duplets waves thy hair. Her .Mamiirinn Medle), sunof ManibrinoLlucf, 11, jd the horse and hi product Attention Is called to same ice and will bo limited to twentv ui.iics dam by Normun Jinir. S IS S S the loilnvving extract (ilcnview-- i a Im) stallion, i)t,' lilnds liigli, foaled OtK,Ii.i. ifttet lovely of thy charms, I ween, SSj ; beautiful In c ilnr and li uids nne in form unit . t Harkavvav never made ,Mar. 10, ivi7. AT $15 TO INSURE, what could he he shows u true. Well balanced guit uud has .nu hiv xueei hjm inearnmiine. Her called a season in his lllc until von bought lilm doubted speed, liming shown quarters in y,'.t sec wur people were absolutely dead to the merits of K11II brother to Danville onuswnen i)carsoiu lie 11.111 no track vvurk lust Wilkes, record 3 36, the Hotter He served two mares when three v ears And will go in training the 1st of June. You will year is nerfcet and Ills hloml sire of Sallie Vagcli. trial 3 38,4, by l.jlc's Wilkes investigtting tlie pedigree that he is one lines Ills disposition Had I jreat wealth at my tonttnand old and got two colts, both owned here, and )ou hud 011best bred l.)tton,ihesirc ol his dam, was by 4010. tire of Maine II . J lo. tould not lu cither for $ V". of the You can loung horses south of the ltlvcr. I horndiile 3 of Doll) first buy J'llKivnit all lor thyilear hand. Her ...- - iillarkawaysoungsterinoraroundOlncy not Ho has the blond of (ieorge Wilkes, American mam 01 Director 3 son anathat famous mare,1st ilam, dam by dam h) Skedaddle, 3d dam by Waxy, jd fnr Old ielcgraph, 4th Frank: Skc. ijinvuni 3JJ ,J Clav anil Messenger to hack him lor .1 speed pro by nrowu l tilel 411317, brotlier in blno I to tlie great d.iddle by Oilier by Wagnerdam bv hy llerthume, WMfc w yv whole3".L' a suiiini.il. iiiarcs iiu ducer, Waxy Xuw York Graihif. lanl: life sencd in his marcs and got 10 foals of dollars worth of 1st dam by Slouey Peiral, 3d dim by Tom Hal -- Kenny Wllkc's was sired by I.) lit Clark Chief several years he run wild In pasture and covPedigree liienvie-Insurance, nionev I, )le's Wilkes is by (ieorge Wilkes lit dam The dedication of tho $7,0(H),(KK) State crcu no marts, miring tile time I was trying to see Wilkes 4650, sire of Mattic Wilkes a in; 1st dam due when thewill si 1110 lit jo toe or the mare parted lain conns tiy American ,v.!a! sire 333;liramille Jitckens die every year from Choi-ira- . f.ietU asecrtaincd of I Hiawatha, on 3 6, Maggie Hnggs 3 37, Kill Clay 3 37 It is more fatal to chickens than .Magic, IIousu of Texas is to take place whether would go under or stay II (.ton oftssi the Ztlka 3b)16,3dad dam Tinalull sister to .Maud WII. with sod. N llama by M.iinlirino Messenger sire 01 Liimmic w 317)10.1 Hoy a ajt(, keno Address ill other diseases combined. Hut the W. A IIL'SSI'.l.lor sire of the dam of Messenger Chief, who sired with appropriate ceremonies May 1(1, at 3 31'-- . and Mystery 3 30 Maud Messenger 3 t6V4 ; 1 dam by Downing' llav J II. i:.SGI.U.MAN, I) inville Wilkes full brother ta LMerson Wllkns 'liicovery of u Austin. It is the largest State buildiii"; 7 Messenger, atli dam by oung Jefferson, pacer; reineuy tiut fositwtly Dui.ville.Ki hat started four races, won two of th.0111 in 5th dam by Hunt's Commodore tires it has been made, and to be constraight heat and got money out uf third. He in the country, and four feet higher of (ieorge Wilkes; 1st Will mnke the present seison at Wm. ,M Kuc's tire of Sallie Vagcu, his only colt that has beenh.in-died- it; i.yie ivucs 4050 vinced of its efficacy only rewires a dam I.ou Coons, by American Clay, 3d dam Nu Training Stable ut San to Insure a lis Imr roll or Sin than the capitol at Washington. Tho has started in seven races, winning second . knnilos by Mambnno Chiel, jd dam Mrs. Caudle, the season, cash at time of sen ice tnnl .1 - .....- - 1. -- ..1 is money in rive of them. capitol was built with the proceeds of He is 4 years old, touamlt high, a beautiful uoiuc enough lor su iiiuwatna uy iiiawatna, son My tine Jack, William I.vle. blick with mealv o. un 01 r.ricton Kderton Wilkes will make the season of 18S8 at one of Imp Albion, dam Duther'a Maid hy M.imbrlno hundred chickens. It is guar-i- n bay, with line inane and lull, a perfect mod- my place 4 miles west of Stanford, at nose, ty. hands high, sired by l.yle's Imp. Jack .'1,000,000 acres of laud sold. el und a perfect siddle horse. Dovvning's Hay Messenger by lias and out or a splendid Jennet, will make the season Messenger by teed If, after using s Sired by Huhble's Dcumurk. known ts On Time. dam linn. Messenger. Downing' Hay of ot 1S88 at my stable between the Danville Stan-for1 bottle, Icssengcrls the sireof Lady Martin 3 aj, Jim First dam Mollle Mounts, by Cubbe's Lexington; ICggsaud chickens aio too valuable to the buyer is not thoroughly and Danville ci Hustonville pikes, Porter 3 SK. Mambnno Messenger, sireof lien, addambv Younir America, he hv Tuvlor'. Alet. be allowed to go to waste when Hunter's AT lieorge It, '1 nomas, who sired Scott Thomas 1 tl, "enifer; jd dam by Miller's Denmark, which gives With lien retained 011 all colts until service feels satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken 58 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. and l.udy K.J him u double cross of the best saddle, stock iti the pant. Mill give personal to inarei, but - holera, return it 19. chicken cholera cm e is sold ' and warto the undersigned world; 4th dam bv John Illiint. one of the best race not lespo ble for accidents, should any oeeur, Mare j panel with forfeits lunar ince and money TIIOS.C. ROIUNSON, md vniir money will be refupded. horses in the world J Jth diiin by Waxy, C1IAS. L. CKOW, ranted by AlcUoboits AtStagg. 2t falls due. (i7) o. II. KNGI.KMA.V. Stanford, Ky, 1.1 W..M. ItUK.lJiiiivillc, Ky. Stanford, ky. H For Sale by McRoberts A Stagg. . Nov. Cieorge V. Dunlap, Ilrothcr Rarnes' good "Yorrick," fs holding an j interesting revival ot Junction City. Richmond has 110 ministers all de nominations and colors. Paris hns 15. Kentuckian. Stanford has hut 5 resi1'his powder never varies. A marvel nf purity, dent, two white and three colored. strength anil wliolesnmencss Mote economical Dr. William Taylor, Ilishop of Afri- than the ordinary kinds, and cannot lie mid in with the multitude of ca, arrived in New York last week from competition or phosphate powder low test, short eight alum Sold only in Koval Making I'ovvntx Co., the Dark Continent, where he. has been ns 106 Wall Street, New York for the past four years, establishingMeth-odis- t Full llrolhcr i missions. 1 i3 The members of the Women'sChris-tia- n Temperance Union propose to erect a building at Chicago, winch will bo tl e headquarters of the organization for the United States. It will cost about SS0O,-00- POWDER llaKottiii all right and lmi re id) for tcrvice I will i. mil In in at SI 'J &O for nine and for Ji'iinet nt $30 for a jack colt mid $15 for a jennet to 111. uru a liiiiijt coit In ca-iiiktauce. M Mono) due if in.ir it pirtad with, mi Iik lirit season, i nf lui c I. have u mid) cimie, ttiev nisi filltt unit iir.-- u Mr 12. .h...-- f .. .... 1. ! . one and it I Ihe l ji t over fm i I cm hi. p net' the iniri an) o'l,. lias iwe-- had in r Kuril in in. bnvsliu i was that !iis hi In won d It sma ', ill hi ts thu hive mine prove to ill" con II iiivii'iiit i (i) A xiiiitl r II mnl, son trir f A ctaudcr' Alido. nil mid He by Miinitiriiin 18'v,, Widgi-- I I'luil who is the sirr in NnluiNid wt.id I tu; Wkitig i .o ; HLk Minn- mid , 16 mnrv in tho dam hv Cnngnreo j.i i.t First by lnipnrte.1 ( enum I hiiroiigh'ir'd lis mil of Mil wmid by Imported .Mnnirch d dim Ohm Kclipso d dim by Lime I. And II lick 11.11. Mr ruytuir hiiidod II uonioiit tun month. I.il mnti ht miv in shap lit cm trnt u gisid truck in s ll.i tmiinl Mr Letcher's irmM when then) five weeks in i i lhi a.i murlcr in seconds 1'innsl by Mr l.rlrlnr. lit' made a )$ im ?;iKid raco nt l.umgtoti toJsidrtug ho was in bp-nfourth In it ,it uir idid blaik, ia hand high mid Iru.MinJr weigh ix pound Hi it a huic iliat recoin mend liim.vlf etenil lie huJ mi pedigree Inn the blwid that he il poe.iiig huld mike him onenfihe grande.l .Lillion. in Kentuvk) Set will hi urei Star lav Ktliis.on Jr. Is b) i:rii.oii (6111 ji ht bv Mcmbrinii Chief, by Mcmbrino l'a)irtater dam the dam of (inliaili 30 Mi. .mi, red ji un! In. diiighlcri lire the dntu.tif til in the , m Iim l.rricHinJr it half brmhtr lo l.ru, 11. rd nf 8U at 11 4 ) ear old mid sold to Komrt lUmt nt that age for Jlu,t Firtt dam In ilodm b old I'll n. tire nf I'lL.I Ir Itinjjullst rilnl Jr .ired ilu.n. ul Ja) r)C See a 10, Maud S N'utvkuod 4 ilvj ami . in the 1 joint Muiiitiriiit. Lrtiel irHl l.ad) I horn. Wnudfurd Memormo 111 ,, llngiioli t Fi.k .Mcnibtino LImcI t fy-y- , 11 r 1 1U) g , .Meiiihrinn Star 1 ii:-,- , .Mambnno t'tlot 1 r;, Nuilh BmKmemw I I 4 ij, loi. i4, SHlOSISiSSw Gir.DSRO' H, I I. ! C ill C II i' II It ul It Hit Sulll' ( srtl. '. il wlih i.ilf. I v ia hi- - rV . lilt Irr f ,t II - till v icon ith I ti ., at priiib gc $3, GAM rrt iru II, m " I ' A lll'KNsllll J i SIO Tl) INSUHt A MAKE IN FOAL, S I ill IIOss Ml 1 k V.Si.l rMAN 'J J in KAURIS l.iiiu.ntii , K) .V If pi) incut i defetrrd nil after calling lime. ) will ue added, i'ariiug wiin i.r mining mare renders monc) due il aU, t.uid in lincjick, SILAS AT VATTCHIT, th- Absolutely Pure. is S.ltACC.HMAN, Stanford, K) PEACOCK, JM., Will make the prc-eten n at im tier., mile. we. I of St.mlor,!, - .ii'ilr .ft COLT. STALLIONS FOR 18SS. At $ 011 same condition, at above with $1 added if not lMld s weaning time lie Is 14. hands $10 ie 111 TO INSURE . A LIVINC m 111 WALLACE DENMARK, 1 IMP. kOHTDON; 1 I3.RTA9 K)-Jy- 1(348(5., d RUCK DEiVMARK! CECILIAX PARK. 0. STALLIONS FOR Four-yea- 1888. J rrte io to Insure Living Colt, 1 GMBBTTjS WILKES: TOM ROBINSON, , COlTCtREGAlT 1 j MAMB1UN0 STARTLE. llnn-iic- liyi JACO! (Idle-nLO- BREECHLOADER. .. j Mill ll.-ll- 1 1 iij V 1 1 "'. $10 to Insure a Li vlujr Colt le.rii..n ' 1 ..- .. O. F. OLA?, )ir. - 1 """ ' well-know- j, it MESSENGER Clll EF,.IR nn I lP ' Vermonttiambletonian ijS, 1 UGIITHEART, 1 1 (n "'.""'iff , sA "SI. J'' ' 'nT u ?':. , ' 1 ,',r-,,"'-0J.ih- l sn f- u ., ., i,?","-i"V?- m" ,. -- 1 .)) GROYEK CLEVELAND. PEYTON E3IIIRV, SANIHIHii: A HE AH. 1 HARKA WAY, 2875.1 - I's ;i3jlA'U;km Dim aA Donmcwrlc 1 tc '.... al , DOI.-I.AK- w 111 a GBA3STBYV 24:88. ouirun-d-aii- d ai PET CLEBQURM. 1 ss V ... - r tan ,hl.) 1 . J . 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