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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888050801 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. COD Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 8, d888. n I I I NO. 25 Cl i r l.i A Mnall mock of ool DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. HUSTONVILLE. allowed to float a noxious dogma or a ?f l1 VJ IV. OVljlJ. and a Rood Incalinn in SURC.r.ON DKXTtST, hurtful practice intothoiewmiblyofOod, turr Addri4 Cocnitty Slort- - Cure W. (.mititr) Mr. VanaiMlalo ix busy pro)aring At a nieotintr of the tleinocnicy of bin-th- o V tt'ulion, Stanford K. i8) - Stanford, Kentuckv. if I can prevent It. "Prove all thingx; - oilu county held at Stanford, proposed impiovomontsinthoeipiipMay flth, Office louth tide Main, two door above Depot St. hold fast tho good." l'UAisio 'L'inr, moiit of tho mill, and expects to be fully SSS, the oiiairinau of the County Corn-read- y I.VM C1 l r n I At A. V Van de Wa- I1 VJ IX I OiV lj l!i. w, metcalt And I havo the right to disclaim those j. fiirrahoali.I'u for the coniinir ciop. inittee, .las. K. Lynn, called tho body to and Sow linu tohipedir."d bo.;r; alo llic ooar, dreadful faUe deductions from my touchand Mint cord wood METOALP & HAYS, The mail contract between Huston-- 1 order, explained its object and culled" for i m i i:ic ntoM (ii:oit(ir,(). iiaunics ing; and to esteem it ax a great unkind-HCS.- S villeiuid Moreland, now hold by John nomiiiatloiis for chairman. W. ), Var- AHYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. . when fotmerfriendstietlieir"isius" Annxtroug (colored, has been let to non nominated K. C. Warren, who was THOMAS s IIAKIKll'KVII.l.Kand PIN'KVII.t.K, KY. to my doctrine; not to ( ol. Ciosnr Minor, of the same persua- chosen Atlanta, Ga., Ai'itii. :U), 188S. like to thc!nfiice without opposition, ami on tak- I a Candidate to for action of the democracy of Sheriff, Mibjeit tlie Will practice in any court in Kaitern Kentucky. OmkIntkiiuiic I Uko tin bountiful submerge mine that is Satan's object sion. ing tho chair returned his thanks for the KxaminatioiM of land titles made uipecialty. Any but to tlu.it their own. oity wo are In letter every walk I tiiko tire tracts of limber, coil and mineral land for Dr. II. Hrnwii wont to Cincinnati honor. Nominations forsVcrctarv being aie, Informition lumiohed on any point and cor I only claim W. S. "iii and nlMint" it. The nice, now, modthat overv "tub shall vi'Kti'iilii v In utti'iid tin. Mo..iim-- nf the in order, John M. (j3i-t- f reipondence tolicitcd name It a ern Mylu houses give one tlu Idea of gen-or- stand on jts own bottom;" amllwiito,, r!,' r...u..i i i.ni..., Mr but withdrew it onKeid suggested a nomi- CourtCandidate forfrom I lit, the id I)i,lrict,iubject - '. r. rRSHV at Incize of the Col. T. P. Hill 6f Appeals fRASK V. MERBP.KT.D. D S. that is ory this brief notice to disclaim any fancied .lohuxtou; of Danville, is in regular atnating K. C. Walton, who was chosen. It io ine acuon 01 me wemocracy. .Squalor and povoity, tlio uv connection between my puro gospel and tendance on John I). Carpenter, and re pliw.ii;. & was then ordered that tho chairman . enmo city over hao with it; ami the ab-- these vagaries, whether coining from ported him on Miml.iy somewhat im a committee of five to draft resoluiSS9 in so largo h place as this uhio, Massachusetts or Knglaml. proven. nonce of tin lr. Ilrown ol course attemieil tions, who named T. W. Varnon, W. F. ,(, Jiixt as fait ly did tile "ism"-ito.- s noticonble. of Paul's tlio circus at Danville and was greatly is tin more s 1 Ijnca.ter t.. opi-- - tfj McClary, Win. Heck, A. K. Denny and 30flice on All work guaranteed to give en IVnoli Treo and Washington aro the time claim that the doctrine of justificasite court-hojodilled. Strange to say J. W. Hooker John M. Keid. J. W. Alcorn stated that 25 tire satisfaction thoycoin-par- e tion by faith alone, legitimately led to did not go. Peacock failed to meet the it was su 11" residential streete, ami the proper time to name a county Two miles South of Stanford on Neil' Cn-cISO St. Pr.BKINl K. 5. MAHTIN very fnvombly with the vory bout "doiiis: evil th.it good might come;" or Somerset widow and came back discon- committee for V, CRAIG IIkodhead, KY., Ma, i34; the ensuing two yearsand AdJress me :il Carlisle, K in otlior cities, barring the "going on to sin that grace might solate. J. M. Hockoixdd his interest in read a list which was avonios afterwards incorAlbright A" Martin be; t' inform their man) EDWARD H. FOX, "bromi stone," of which thoro in almost abound." I knew an excellent lady in Christian College to ,Prof. Hlakeman, porated with and adopted with incnus ana customers 01 me cnane in inn nanit. the resowomI aro Now Yoik, who chopped oil' her hand none hero. Hot. brick ami j subject to the restriction that the prop lutions. Hon. Thomas W. Varnoii, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, MARTIN & PERKINS, u "o I for building, but in endless with a hatchet because she thought it erty is to be used for educational- purchairman of committee on resolutions, icy. (oinbiiiiitiniiHuf stylo ami oll'oct, that "ollendod." Hut was that a legitimate poses only. The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repuhere appeared and ivad the following: make many tci for tlio nlxonce of fruit of Matt. .ViiO? 1 trow not. Yet in Has mot ed to hit elegant new building opposite tation of the old, but intends to nf tobacco which lnrLMlv eomtionsato C. It will be lemembeivd that the provementsin the manufacture 'Wivi, 1, That the democracy in mass the postoflice and is better than ever prepared to will be to the interest of our customers. W'e will material. Kvon all ages Truth has thus been abused ami S. Liw lias llxed tho 1st Saturday in mooting tho more fashionable assembled, do hereby rout linn accommodate the uublic uith fine pictures from desote special attention to our Natural Leal brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you tho Kimball House in of roil btick a it is atan'.x favorite method of discredit- Juno for the election of district trustees, the ancient doctrines of tho party as an- photograph to life sue. Satinfaction guaranteed. for put favors and asking for a continuation 01 oo-- ti ami elaborate structure, quite ing it. II o'clock v. M. polls to be open from I to Respectfully yours, your trade, we remain nounced in former platforms and emAnd I well know the tw that Sciibe Kxisting truxtocs pleaxe take note of this ' lierry fut" hotels ole-MARTIN .V PKRKINS nbreint of tho bodied in laws. They also endorse the and PhartxiH' will make of the-- e defoc-tioii- and put up notices according to law, at call of hi re, a convention at on the They w ill gleclully or sadly, as loaxt ten days before election. This is HSth inst. for lately, from several quarters, havo Analytical Chemist, the purpose of selecting w long or right, point to tho their hearts aro ionic letters that havo given an important election. Cot out as full a delegates to the National Democratic LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. heart-achami tho subject rail for men- those dear people and kiv, "ee what vote as possible. Klect your best men, Convention, to k held at St. Louis, Mo., LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. Makes a specialty of cual, mineral water and ' lest tho iloar Truth lUrnes' doctrine loads to!" And thus men who will discharge the duties of and electors for tho presidential tion right hoio, election mineratatiaii Anal) ileal work oiati) kituenu the way of Tiuth will be for a circular iihmiM bo compmiuiscd. Hon in an lj theoilliv wNely and well. Kspooially lor 5S.SS. of," as in all time. THE LARGEST AND FINEST schoul-hous- i' from ouo of thorn: is put into u see that your 'J. That wo as a party do fully and For myself. I ran only say, "I have comfortable condition. No distiict can N simply tho Christian soicniv' most earnestly endorse the administraHOTEL IN THE CITY. Inu'wloiliro of Christ ami what lie i for not so learned Chri't;" and if others be reported for p.iy where tho 'house is tion of President (trover Cleveland ami MT. VERNON, KY. iih now. Your teaching comes tho near- think that by a denial of the personality in a dilapidated, comfortless state. recommend his nomination by the RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDest to it of unyoiio'H havo over hoanl, of tho devil and the very existence of Prospective tenchors will do well to see St. IiOiiis convention for This old in J Hotel is still maintain, 'christian soiOnco' teach-it- s evil, th'-- hmior Chrixt, ax christian sci- - to this before making contracts. If the except tho pure ING to rooms: .'!. That our delegates at Lexington nre in? its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spewho go a few tfn further in tho ontist.x do: and e.in think wrong doing ,iiMril.t wj not furnish an acceptable hereby instructed to vote for our county-ma- cial attention to the tratelins public. M. P. NKWCOMIi, Prop., name direction more of Christ. You ami eeimg om u nils t,.kt. ,ju. w.10(,i OUHl. ,otu.r , Col. W. Ci. Welch, as delegate for TURKISH A RUSSIAN I1ATHS IN HOTEL Mt. Vernon, Ky. i always taught iim there wax 'inoiv to fol- woild, I inut sadlv part companv with e the 11. C. Kaufl'man and MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. low ' You have prepared in to 'go, on them. Ami I ean only ask it, as a matand Yoder Poignard as delegates from untn perfection, ami mint not complain ter of christian fail ness, that they will Hairy Miller luw a lii hoy at Iiis this the sth district to tho St. Louis demif wc keep on growing in the love ami imt Kiddle their doctrine onto mine, ami Iioiho. ocratic convention. We also instruct STANFORD, KY., 4,nowlodge of God ami UN dear Son. mill it a legitimate outcome of "my gosI the (Jet your clotliim; at Tlioiup-oii- V our delegates at lA'xington to support J. Oeorje I)purchased and I lumber yards of Messrs. M liruce and will open Wearen We i.m't help it if they wy '! here orlo pel," when I repudiate Mich deductions ami A. Craft, of laurel county, for district a big yard at the one purchased of Mr Wearen. -- t Mve -- 0 per cent. rough and dressed, will carry E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Ilesides lumber there, go not after them,' fur this ix 'the with horror and detestation. I have no All the illtin parties who went elector in coining election for President a large line of w in indow sashes, doors and shingles, heart to discuss those dreadful delusions lightcth every man.'" light that laths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by from hero last week iiicltulini; the hi iter and Mr. Wearen. SG HOCKKR i3.iyr 11. .x is from one of the dearest, truest here, though I have examined them all This old and Hotel still maintains 4. That wo recommend to this moot back pod .string of hrontht its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. a.x well ax from a carefully, and can only pray for the dear heurix that over M. J. Miller received by exprei Sat- - ing tho following persons its suitable del ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in S O. IIOCKEK,SRC A C SINK, Sl'PT f. KHID head of remarkable clearness. ' That deluded ones, with whom, in happier unlay, for one of hi a pair of egates to tho Lexington convention, the State in its Fare, Appoiutments, or AttenSTANFORD hae so often walked to tho rlioe ilirect from the lactoiy, i7.e lo, the makes the duty the more incumbent to times, tion to his 'juests. lUggage cenveted to and It. C. Warren, .las. W. A loom, (5. ( iod, in bles-sohouse of It fellowship. notice it. A.Iickiy, Hawkins Ilrown, Jan. P. Crow PLEHISG MILL CQMPMY from depot free of charge Special accommodalarcoKt ever broucht here. tions to Commercial Travelers. When Hn. Carty followed me to India quite breaks my heart to recall and con-- . From the Hartlaiul, Kte., papern we W. L. McCarty, James Carter, Hugh Manufacturers ol mo we with bin view, trust the tiikx and .sow. Hut so it will to indoctrinate LOUIS SOHLEGEL, leain that our former citizen ami enter-prisin- j; Scnrgant, W. 0. Hansford, W. H. Miller, aflor loading oil' the vory creaui of tho bo, till Josim comes. I read it often in merchant, 1,. S. Jones, in not on- W. P. Walton and II. 11. Hronaugh, who Flooring. Weathorboardlng, Colling, the Paul's epistles. lie was evorbemoaniiig Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, "little Hock" gathered ill ly a bitf merchant, but a railmail presi- will cast Lincoln's six votes as a unit in Etc. Sash. Doors and Blinds always those who "turned away" from his gosplou wax the same with him and them said convention. ami is a oamlhlato for roster of KY. RICIIMOX'U in stock. ' it .sonly a few stop- - further on the line pel, in whom he once had joy ami hope. dent a vory lucrative ollice in that por.". We in common with the good peoileeds, I think those thickening delusions are of jmir teaching." Photographs in all styles and nes. Pictures in ple of every section of the State give to tion of tho Mate. India Ink, Crayon an Water Colors. Ne- - deWhen some of the dear friend.x ami signs of His near approach, Who will (fov. S. H. Huckiier n hearty endorseRevenue men raided and de.Mroyod signs in Fr i nn ill It u vjry iDw.pnce. folluwoni of "our pixpel" went oil' after disjiel them all with one wave of His a moonshine dintillery in the famous ment of his administration and LONDON, KENTUCKY, thanks the new Messiah, of Itockfonl, HI., Hro. victorious sceptre; and bring in that "res- Salt eter Cave, on Round Stone, eiht for his bold, honest audpatiiotie disposiCAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. S. O. DAVIS, titution of all things, spoken of by the .Shuoinfurth, whocallx himself last tion of all the ipiestions of State policy inllon north oast of here Tluu-sdaWoman" of Ho v. prophets since the world began." I.OUD! of tho PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Tho outfit, wo understand, was of u that have been presented to him for his Thoroughly Renovated anJ Refurnished. Kirst I., and whom his followers call the Come! piimative order with a probable capacity consideration and the wise, clear-heade- d class I'are and Reasonable Prices. Day and night ' MT V Jfl KXOK.KV. Kvcr in Jesus. King of King and lird of lairds," the itKu. U. Hminks. K)f four pilloics per dav. This is the lirst recommendations made by him to the l rains are met by Oolite l'orter;or this Popular iimiiii nut foith: "it ix just an nleu was House, f. 'still of the kind we have heard of in the late Legislature for their deliberation. Urn Store Oftiic net dor ti White'iaat The Advenllsts Steal Away. advance on your own preaching; we have ti. We recognize in Hon. James It. of ihilJren. Special attenti. hi ,'usi t Ji,.-is- : for lOyeais. county To the Kttitnr ! the Interior Joiirn.i! i:nne on in the road up which you pointIn the democratic count v convention McCreary, our Koprosentativo in Con- Kim k CvxriK SoHiM.s, ed us hut in which you Maud Mill." May 4th. 1888 1871. held Saturday the moetiiu: was called to u,'ress, one of the leadiiii; statesmen now So write friend in Kuelaiid, who havo When I leached home in March found order by Chairman I). N. Williams. Tho before the American people, endorse THE GEHTS' FURNISHER, "gone out. after" one Hro. Prince, who a company of Seventh Day Adventists committee on Resolution submitted tho his wie consorviitivo couie in Congress, 513 4th St., Louisville. ban xet hiiuxolf up for "some gioat one" from Puttie Creek, Mich., had establish are proud of him as our Representative follow iii) w hich were ailopted: led oil' a multitude of follower, ed themselves iii thix obscure nock o'tho and luii 1 ne fashions of the day in the Gents Furnish, him, so that the Wo, as democrats of Rockcastle count v, ami are ready to in a diU'oroiit but analogous line with woods and wore having easy sailing for ro.it meauros inaugurated by him mav ins line will always he found in mj store. I am ami wishing in convention agent tor the Indianapolis Steim Laundry, the Hro. Shuoinfurth, or Si?ter Maitin, of pio-elyI he local to their vagaries. i from trsl Laundry in the world. succe.-- x to the p.uty of our choice, do not fail on account of hi.- C imiunati. preachers were "p.iraly.ed" and victory hereby adopt the following resolutions: tho Hall- - of Connie.- -. I am glad to call those "brotlior," "sis-te- r for Adveiitisin was a blooming success. 7. We take great pleasure in eiulor. Rksoi.vhh, That wo approve the eall of " because I believe that leaders and Having sat at the foot of old Hro. Jim-ini- o Democratic Mate Central Committee ing Chief Justice I'ryor as a just, the followers mi', in the main, iinwt excelWarion in my boyhood days, and for a Mate Convention to bo held in and learned judge, every way wori and dear to the heart of Je- established fair knowledge of the'Meiid lent people t LIIWDV, KY A OKKM 1.1'r frit Ky., on the Kith of May, ISSS, to thy the confidence ami support of sus, dud forbid that I should utter ei- laws" and the New Dispensation, and distiict. Peinoci-ati- e NationC T1 tors. Sash, Lmul , Fr of having read Hggloston's Knd of the send delegates to the irne. atn, ltae Mold ther a "railing accusation." or a doubt S. That the proceeding- - of this mootliig- - Mantles. Ilru.ket, Cornurs, Stair, Newels, in H. Louis on John Milton was a Woild and Dungan's Lord's Day, and al Convention to be held ll.ihutfr., Verjni.is, St ire Fr.itu. Shelrinj. their Christianity. ing be published in the l.vnsmoi; Join-.n'a- i. the oth day of June, ISSS. n j. Sii.pg, St.i ijlr. Laths, Conntrr, l.uly saint, though ho put in world-wii- k having wintered in Manford, when ''. That we fully endor.--o the wise and Ro.igh Till Prcsej L im'r. and Central Kentucky Xew.- -. Sendl'ar j'lue- - ef re h j mj tre. circulation the 11101 astounding In- "cheek" i the common stock-in-trad- e of i. That the following name.-- be recadministration of the statesinauslike y personality and ns t tho existence, all ages and previous conditions, you President of tho Tinted State.--, lirover ommended to this meeting as suitable I'aWt?, of Satan. Hunyaii wax u rare chris- ought to have had a reporter at the Jtivzry, xcci and Sale Cleveland, and that we favor his renoui- - persons to form the county committee. ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS though ho put a closed door at the which has just closed. I hivtian, T. I). Xowiand, J. II. l'axton, J. H. imitiou. g head of life's highway lis foul a libel on ing met the enemy, he is our'n, and, Watts, J. A. Oivuns, John (J. Lynn, T. I',. That we hereby select the following a parting salute fiom Proverbs: persons as delegates to the State Con- W.. Varnon, J. X. Menefeo, J. H.' Carter, tlu cross of our dear .lestis as ever w.i R. B. (,EO(,HE(JAjNtS, written or uttered by pious pen or voice. "Answer not a fool accoiding to his fol- vention, viz: J. M. Hurst, W. H. Col-ye- r, Dr. II. Hrown, D. R. K.lmi-to- n. -- srecLSsOR io- Cabin wasa holy man, though his theo- ly," the aNstles of Adveiitisin have Mr. Alcorn moved that the name of R. h. Myers, P. J. Hyatt, R. V. Xor-toas damning men sought more congenial Holds. So our ry of God's character, T. Stephens, Mr. I'oignard be stricken out, as it might 111 mrip TiArr'P'cs'D m Tvr'nffTntiAii'T. Jarrett Chestnut, J. lUSWltlllJU, ilJlHUlk, by nn eternal decree, ami then mocking mountain tops will not be utilized for John Chillier.-- , Henry Rurton ami all injure the chances of our 511 4TH AVENUE, them with an oiler of salvation that they the ascension of saints of "Milleriteism" other jinod democrats who may wish to Mr. Kaiill'man, which was seconded bv W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. could not accept, and which Uv knew this year, as promised on the bills. delegates are here- Mr. Miller and adopted after an explanaattend; ami that LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. IOSI Ov, M , they neither could nor would receive The honeysuckle is in bloom, bass and by instructed to vote us a unit for II. C. tion by Col. Varnon' ami an a urance Good turn ills and saddle horses alvv a s fit hire is worthy of the darkest night of the salmon are ripe, tho hills are green in luiumnan, of Garrard county as a dele- that the committee would be favorable tcriis I.ondjn is the in .t ! 11I A discount of 10 per cent. jisen on til on reasonablethe railroad to reach pl.i es coitven age's. And Wesley was a pious .springtime loveliness and the escarpon in the dark gate' to the St. Louis eonvention from to Mr. I'.'s aspirations anyway. The res- - orders sent fur H.its with a cupj of the above iuL lent point 10 the mountain section of the Stale iMiild of Ciod, though he maintained vig- ments are still escarping. Sin. t, mrniiuiiinj; paper. r of Kentueky, ami also olntiotis were then ailuptetl and after a the Sth tlistriet orously the diabolical doctrine that (iod P. s. thou a man who is wise instrnetetl to vote for J. A. Craft, of rousinj; s)ereh by Col. Hill, made in re saved a man who aftorwaids was lost in his own conceits; there is more hope I juircl eounty, a tlistriet eleetor. siionse to ropontul calls, tho oonvt ntion NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. eternally.' What inure dreadful things (or a fool than in him," is pretty fair adjourned. Tntx.. W. V.i:xox,Ch'in. . That we approve ami heartily enor said than havo boon scripture properly used. could be done K. C. Walton, Sec'y. dorse the work and eonrse that our The undersigned, Crai Lynn, C XI Jones, lonc or said by the very best of men. So iff!-- ' present ollioient congressman James It. Inme. Duilderar.W T Tucker mid John (1, Lynn Schue-infiirtNleCreary has pursued. have associated themselves together to become In I thoroughly believe that Carty, Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve. Being More Pleasant as a I). N. Williams, Mrs. Martin, Mr. Prince and ThebesttaUeln the wort J lor cuts, brtiNcs, corporated of the stock company under the corporate name Stanford ana Ottenhcim Turn To tho taste, moro acceptablo to tho J as, Maiikt, Chairnian. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- pike Ko.ui i,ump.in Seeretarv. are all excellent christians; itomach, and moro truly beneficial in its Mrs. Kddy 1 he business to b'e conducted is the building f ped Hanis, chilblains, corns and all skin erupmaintaining and conducting of a .McAdainircd one and nil mislead because they wanted action, tho famous California liquid fruit IssMslinsssssssssNssslsCBrTfTl Joseph and John Wens, two broth- tions, and positively cure piles, or no pay re turnpike to "go on unto perfovtioii;" and every remody, Syrup of Figs, is rapidly super- ers living at .Sprinj,dale, quarrelled, and quired. It is guaranteed to git e perfect satUl.ic-lio- Turnpike road from the Stanford and H11IU Oup Road to Ottcnhrini. The principal plate of husinos shall he Stan- - ' one of them thoroughly in earnest, and seding all othors. Try it. Ono bottle the former revenged himself by shooting or money refunded. Price 15 cents per box. ford, Lincoln county, Ky iii For sale by A, R. Penny, Stanford, Ky a tlue bull belonging to the latter. 9sssssssssslkssstsm.k MMmKmWStlK. LI norsunded they are on the right mad. will proro its merits. The corporation shall commence on the ijth dav of May, liSj, and terminate on the Mth day o'f Satan knows how to bait his hook and Mav, :9j3. Electric Bitters. For sale by A. R. I'eniiy, Stanford. Is Consumption Incurable ? The authorized capital vtock is to be filtien beguiles us with just what we most want This remedy is liecoinlni; o well known and o following: Mr C. II Morris, New. thousand dollars, which shall he paid at such tunes ' Head the in angelic robes to turn All who when ho coiiioh and in such amounts and upon such terms n the . popular a to need no special mention. Syrup of Figt ark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess of Hoard of Directors shall prescribe have used Klcctrlc llitttrj ln? the .uno song of the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronouncua from tho pathway. The affair of the cornoration are In hi msntiirpil is the praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it U by a hoard of five Directors, one of whom shall be Therefore 1 "judgo" none of these, ex Is Naturo's own tnto laxative. It ed me ine an incurable consumptive. Hegan takand the most elTectivo guaranteed tu Jo all that is claimed Klcctrlc ing Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, selected as president by the board; and such di cept to believe, in heavenly charity, that most easily taken, rectors shall be elected on the first Saturday in of the Liver and Kid. known to Cleanse tho System Hitters will cure all diseasesHulls, Salt Uhcum and am now- - on my thtrJ bottle and able to oversee the June of each year and shall serve for one ear next thev nru christians, and most of them remedy ness, will remove Pimples, is the finest medicine eser ensuing their election. Said board shall also elect work on my farm. It wuen Bilious or Costive; to dispel HeadchristiniiH. other affection c.fuseil by impure blood, Will made " Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says: a clerk and treasurer. iiioii-u- r The highest Habitindebtedness to Kleajanllurniturc, sharp rasors and experienced drive Malaria from the system anJ present as "Had It not been for l)r King's New Discovery this corporation amountat ofany time subject which Hiiid, Iain bound to Judge. aches, Colds, and Fevors; to Cure Hut, that amy itself wofkmen make my Tonssrlal Arlbt Koimsthe Indigestion, Piles, otc. well as cure all Malarial Kcvrw For cure of for Consumption I would hare died of Lung shall not exceed one thousand dollars foremost in this part of the Slate Hair cutting, teaching, in tho light of the "word;" ual Constipation, their ElecThe private property of the stockholders shall shaving and shampooing done lit the latest and only by the California Fig Headache, Constipation an J Indigestion try Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now be exempt Ironuhe corporate debts, s itisf.ictlon RaurantceJ or most Improved style. Mv special attention will exposo its error, if 1 discover it; and Manufactured tric Hitters. Kntlre Crnie Lynn, C, M. Joues, Jsmes Duddorar W. be kIv en to ladles ai J children in the best of health ' Sample bottles free at San Francisco, Cal. money refunJed. Price Joe and $t per bottle at A. R. Penny's drug store. warn souls, nB n watchman on Ziou'a Syrup Company, T. Tucker John O. Lynn. 16 JhiSr:j. THOMPSON. Stanford, April 14, liii For pale by A. R. Ponny, Stanford. A. It. l'ennv' Jrug store. Stanford, Ky. tower. Kxalted character must not be. IS LOVE AND NOTHINC ELSE. uiti). I tr' C NEWtAND PRYOK, ' mill-stone- JUDGE t- ap-poi- FOB. SALE. 4 House and Acres Lind Fenny Herbert, nrxnsTs. ihTO e I ht-t!- - x,vrriL,i.re, w x. H.A.EVANS.A.B..A.M. w THE GALT HOUSE, ox-tra- "evil-spoke- n NEWCOMB weit-k-io- HOTEL. 1 n, uevii-opprexs- Sj-t- State-at-larg- LITMBEB he TABS! 1 Vice-Preside- well-kno- tl-.l- iM.-a- to-w- it: 1 PHOTOGRAPHER, 1 JACKSON HOUSE. theon Hun-Crown- 307-t- WOOD WALLACE, 77-'- f. 1 Lebanon Planing; Mill. te ab-en- co nBBSHHH I h up-rig- ht Iajx-inptti- n, his-tor- wool-pullin- g llr-in- n, 111 verti-enun- ".-c-ost 1 h, Br raiSrtw rfJailH t r n I I 1 , ., VaA" wV.. 'v ?. " .'., ,, .)i,li.l,.y.ri.' .if(nitia. itwitfirwmaAtftfMx.'. wwaacalTma piw-- .a. ., . . .i. i..riWwf,j wM.M.ilwy.aJ fNMMa MKIWtJ liiy?mt4ilwN1in.ii mWVtHf- l- Jj In Cincinnati Sunday Uf saloons FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Tin: commissioners in the legislature succeeded in raising the salary of their werj open and hut 4 arrests wero mndo. S. II. llaughmau sold to a Tennessee A vegetable train is to he put on bemasters, the circuit indues, to :i,000 man a line saddle horse for $400. (from its present llguro of S2,40J. Tlio tween New Orleans and Cincinnati that Will Swopo sold to Denton, of TenSta.nkokd, Ky., May 8 raise may be and probably is all light, will make the 827 milui in .V.) hours. nessee, a fancy buggy mare for S20. A Cincinnati paper nays that .Mrs. hut the wisdom of the makers of our -- M. S, Baughman bought of Owsley constitution, which prohibits a judicial1!:. I). Stmdiford, widow of thelate lion. Stephenson V. P. WALTON. gelding for $1 10. it ollicer from exercising the functions of a, K. 1). Stundiford, has given birth to an Bud Cotton, of Kirksville, sold near-loalegislator, is very cle.uly demonstrated. heir. Is Receiving His of hogs in Cincinnati at i?o.li.. A ktkii two days and nights wasted in F. K. Nash, (1 nenil Superintendent With their patronage and power the cir-- ! Register. the usual rot ahout democratic deviltry, cuit judges couhl easily have their com-- of the Railway .Mail Service, has tender -- Sam Owens' Aln.ont mare dropped that is the entire stock in trade of the av- missions elected to the legislature and el Ins resignation to talte eiicci wnen NH- - A NTH Js I T . '--' s. a one miy colt ny tiiitiiiicitu HKcs in-- . erage republican orator, the State Con- their salaries increased indefinitely. The his success r is appointed vention at Louisville adjourned tlnallyat Judiciary committee of the late utila- Yesterday was a very dull court day. "a-- l!il,tGoods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. 10 o'clock Thursday night. It was a h. ."Mm uwens ioi a sin Jersey cow we and Some stock was on the market, but the mented decided against the point supposed to have been poisoned o. t. and no mistake. lorn ami lent in othors fu the mutter, but that did sales were so few that the auctioneers by eating some kind of herb. of one to the oth-factions, the l,v anv were asliamed to repirt. The ciowd ,llKstio not sett,e tlRl -- W. II. Miller sold to U. L. Wilmore, fr whs snown ail lurougn uiu procecu- - means. was unusually .small. of Jessamine, 4 heifers and I youngbtills ing, hut the Bradley crowd curried the A of dvnamite on the 1'liil statesman from day and the Tin: Democratic Convention wasa Jiar- - ndelphia A Beading railroad exploded at of his Holsteiu stock of cattle for.l2."i. Thirty-fou- r crowing nionious ami orderly gathering and the Locust (Jap, near Shainokiu, I'a., killing head of Woodhurii yearGarrard stands upon a dung-hil- l lings brought an average of .7tKJ at Lexlike a veritable bantam. Col. Swopeand resolutions adopted were timely and in seven people, wounding -- 0, burning others fought nobly for an instruction good taste. After business was through eight houses and wrecking many others. ington last week. A full sister to . sold at for John Sherman for president, but by with, Col. Hill, in answer to calls, re-- a It is rumored in Louisville society Terra Cotta failed to win either of vote of S."J to the resolution was .sponded in a speech, which he. began by circles that Senator Beck will be married rejected and the delegation goes, unin- - saving the time for speaking had not in this summer to Miss Henderson, daugh- the races he was entered in at Nashville structed for first place on the ticket, but rived, but that he should he heard from ter of Dr. Yandcll. of Louisville. The owing to the heavy handicap penalty bound to support Col. Bradley llrit, hint furthvr in the approaching campaign. prospective bride has a fortune cstima that was put on him. W. II. I'rewitt, who has purchased' and all the time for the second place. He took occasion, however, to pay high ted at $40,000. 4,000 lambs in the Wist End, will reThis is all well enough and we are glad tributes to Cleveland, Btickuer and Me CinOn the 27th, I'Sth and 20th the The foHovinj list of goods, suitable for tills time of year, and buy ceive aliout 2,000 of them between the to see our friend, the colonel, victoiious, (,'reary, which were received with that cinnati Southern will sell round-tribut we opine Kentucky will cut a very ' onerous applause which showed how tickets to Chattanooga at a cent a mile 20th and June 1st at (I to H cents. small figure in saying who shall form the t..,r this distinguished and patriotic each way on account of the opening of The Itiiuuymede sale in Bourlxin re- them of me and yet the best: republican ticket, which is doomed to trio is to the hearts of the people, the new standard gauge railroad up sulted in the disposal of 42 thoroughbred CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. defeat next November. Bradley was so Lookout Mountain. Tickets will be youngsters at an avemge of SL'.'ils.loJ. It is now given out on what isclaimcd good for 10 days. A full brother to Hanover was bought by wrought up with- enthusiasm over the result that he is reported to have said: as authority that James G. Blaine has the Dwyer Bros. fnrs,200. California Peaches, Cal. Dried Peaches, "Gentlemen, I'm getting mighty proud said that if the republicans nominate II. A. Ileadley, of this county, sold CHURCH AFFAIRS. " Pears, Dried Peaches, of myself when I cm get S22 votes in him for the presidency after his letter of this week to Martin, Hudson tV Co., 41 " Win- head of Apricots, The new Episcopal church at Turkish Prunes, Kentucky to John .sheriiiaii'.s L'!i:i. It's declination, he will not feel at liberty to mules at Sll:t mt head, an adOur colored refuse to make the race. There is but chester was dedicated Thursday by Bish- vance of $7. over what they cothiiu last making ine Pineapple, Grated Cooking Figs, statesman, Gentry, got left for delegate little doubt of his nomination, which he op Dudley. fall. illc AdviMiite. Sliced Pineapple, Minco Meat, Dr. Kcndrick will have a reply to from the but lu got over will accept with much more complacency John Bright has handed us the lat 11m. I.01 Williams in our next that he est Lima Beans, :500 votes. The fourth man chosen was since his old enemy, Conkling, has gone Mackerel in Buckets, repoit of the Department of Agrieul . i..m ... tliiiilc "im1I li'ii'illv.' l.iiiv., iivn.'Wi - mtikt- of !..... on me coiiuiiiou oi .i winter grain ' !.. i... "John V. Lewis, whobeatO'Doherty,late the way of all flesh. imiv uic " Pie Peaches, Cod Fish, him. It is fur from favorable. candidate for lieutenant governor, r.s easy eron. This ' Tub actress, Fannie Davenjtort, who Corn, Hominy, -l- ite .Murphy meetings at i.ouisville xviU hanlly mis. as rolling oil' a log. The four delegates Vi Mr Ml,ht leading man, Ed- closed Sunday night with 12,000 signers are then Bradley, Denny, Thomas and fell in love with her crop, Tomatoes, Bulk Pickles, bought him from to the temperance pledge as a result Lewis. E. D. Warlield and Dr. W. Bow- win Price, and actually ofj Mr Jf ,.. j.,,',,,,,, lls returned! Oysters, his wife, who agreed to a divorce, and tliem. Bottle Pickles, I , man were elected electors from theState-nt-larg- .1 '.i t.... . VOU.UMM.s, ,,,,., ,.,! 1.. I,..- - mill l.nr lU,r.l -- " :...ll.:. ' Salmon, Kid. I. U. linililH, ot l.exingloii,a ,vint(ir- H,. .lUpos.sl of a doen car- Catsup, while our own distinguished Murselt. ' a i , Sardines, wiiipre.iui.il .i... i niisunii liinih m , (Klls of mules during his May statesman, lawyer Davison, was made gain and in turn seeks divorce to Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. his marriage Jluu.ti(m City noxt Sunday morning at ;?,7.-,-a elector for this district. The light over Hu. charges infidelity, to Chipped Beef, R,, m,t owing to the failim of! . ... ,.,.- noV0ek. vows, o.u soe ougou. the resolutions was long and bitter, the cm,.s last season he had to sell mostly Corned Beef, so false to had rom a, ,. T,H, Christian M.it,Ilw minority report being finally adopted, I.!,, -.a man that v...ik.1ipioven HUMI IllMKllt. " , ' . ... . If.. 1. lilt Deviled Ham. .Medford, .Mass., lias been held in ..,iju They endorse the national platform ofi,"J" "'"' """h" '"' " The commissioner -- dd 70J acr, ofj to answer the charge of causing her j 1(j j HighlHii I yesterday to W. II 1S.S4; demand five elections and a fair nations. thr.m;li nowlecl at the Miller at i:i on a judgment' in favor of s!nuKl.tcr'H count; condemn the suppression of reSTOCK OF STAPLE GROCERIES HLWHYS FULL. Gov. Himcnku has appointed ClmrlcH publican votes indciiiocraticstroiigholds; Y. Wilson to succeed Mr. Davis as Coin-- ,' time ot accouchement. Jacob Douth against the Lincoln bind .if Mr. i .....j Skinkle, v.. Kentucky, Doutli paid that concern $2, pledge protection to American labor and ii.. " Agriculture, lie liiissionur industries; condemn a resort to violence, farming after returning from the war in leads the light against admitting toe 700 and alleging fraud Judge M in row set Highest Market Trice Paid Kor but rail for laws for the protection of the which he served in Morgan's cavalry women delegates to the Methodist Gen- the .sale aside and gave judgment for the' laborer as well us t ho capitalist; indorse .....1 .....u ........ u.........fnl fnr mirtiliftr fif eral Conference. The committee Mood a iinunt with interest. 1 A M -- I. C Terhune sold to Lynn HiiiUo,,. the settlement of moral questions by pop- vears. Late i v he has held the ..oi ... of II Xiinist and 0 foradnusioii. ... U LI) K US S, S 1 ) HS, A l I) 8 JO W LS. Ed. J. O. Montgomery wi preach of Garrard, 20 yearling mules at ?ll() per! ular vote; approve- of Federal aid to tobacco inspector in Lomsvillo at double ;. .Saturday night head. John S. Itohiiisou bought of dif.,, , , ... at the church at schools; denounce the veto of the de- .. llie salary . u win nu iuii-m- . before the third Sunday anil at Rush ferent parties in Mercer and Boyle mini- pendent pension bill; indorse the action of the Kentucky representatives who It. W. Di'kk, F. 11. Stahl-- f Branch the third Sunday instead of the Mkmis voted for the return of the direct tax; man and Stuart H. Knott issue an ad- - second as has 1m.ch announced. """""" of corn to the Mercer Grain v Coal Co. ( condemn the deinocratie paity of Ken- -' dress to the people of Kentucky through In Paper Boxe3, DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. in resixmse Ilarnvlsburg Dni- tueky for incapacity and corruption and ' vesterdav's l at i per barrel. endorse Col. Bradley in flattering terms to the report of the legislative committee -- Mr K'iiiin ' win, li!is Ihm'11 I'diidni'tiliL' ocrat. -- W. (. Etuisiiii v Co., will closedown .. .... ...... u.c II ..II. f. " r, IS IN The courier, appointed to invesug.ue .1 for the nhotogranli business in the :M story, their distillery The yield for the j i t i ..i. ........;... i..i ...i .i. ii. ... en.inicieiwu ll,L i.. lournai HpeaKs oi tne gaineiing as "a . lobby in which in . llll(j .Main street will remove ,.onu!r B. heterogeneous conglomeration of hupiac-it- proceedings in vigorous and deserved to i.mnoii on Tuesday. James II. Wil- - season was 700 barrels. It. sold "." head of slop cattle at from ?J.7"i j and pugnacity," and that's about all language. son will move his goods. Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.-to- a to SI. 10 and V)hogMit .'teems per oiilld. it was. , With the issue of last Friday the v As constituted by the recent legisla-. .Minungiy iMitigui 01 iison . i. An'Kit (.'(days the monkeys that have tu re the next State" Board of Equalization Danville Tribune suspended publien-for Mattingly, Leonard C Co., of been performing in the Frankfort cani- - will consist of four members, one fontion. Mr. W. B. Nichols, who has had New Orleans, a lot of mules for $W1J MARK HARDIN, Clerk, tol let go Friday and went back to their each appellate district, to be appointed charge lor .some months pact, will prob- - per head; of Joe and Clem Spalding a lot outraged constituency. They ought to by the governor, instead of 11 elected, amy engage in jon priming using a pan at $170; of the Jarboc lsrysa lot at S170; have been received by delegations pro-- one each for the Congressional districts, of the Tribune outfit for that purpose, of John Siinmsa lot forHMi- .- Udiauoii While Mr. and Mrs. Bobeit Hard-pi- e Enterprise. vided with tar and fcathei-s- , but tliepeo-- i The new plan can be no worse and we and will probably are sure that the governor can make it ing weie at the circus their house was are LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. broken into and a watch and jewelry to Jcjt them alone to suiler the stings of much better. I he taken. the value of about if they have iiy, for robbing conscience, It. 'II. Fox has taken a contract in Amo.no Gov. Buckner's last vetoes was, waU.j, hiUj iK.0j.v,l to Mr. Harding's the Suite of more than sJ700 apiece and Jcrsaiuiiic county to build three miles of to be taken from one of the bill to submit the question of ftK.rt the late Aaioii Harding, and was turnpike for 1,1 500. causing fully the treasury for the 12U days they weie prohibition to the voters of Boylecouuty, specially valued on that account. Two planted The corn which hua because of the defective inanueriil which .n tially consumed cigars were found in session. seems to be coming up nicely, but there it was drawn. As usual he gives good IH..ir (llle (Jf t10 i.j- - ,iOJ,rs which is some complaint of the Tub Mt. Vernon Signal wassix months for his action and in advance ,..ltu,i t Iitit, two persons were engaged in The cautatii of Davitl the Shepherd old Friday and its owner and editor de settles questions that the courts would be tK. robbeiv. Boy is progressing sutNfttctoiily and , i)!M1(j serves congratulation upon his great sue-HIM to decide in like manner. Buekiier did a very just and promises to be an attractive perform- cess, lie claims a siinscripuon list oi sensible thing when he vetoed the bill a"-LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. 0:5:5 which it is constantly growing und so ) T- T-j Woislfolk was married to Missi fora prohibition election. How in the 1 I . V. -- - V h1-1is his advertising patronage. We knew X K . succeeded by very uu- - Dickens any one having any respect for Mar-- Hogan Wednesday, .May 2d, at the Senator Clay Jim Maret could get there if anybody .....,..i... ...t..u ;, imivKiii inr tin- - nas-- 1 hinisuii could he expected to navo ir Methodist church in Brvautsvilh Cere, -. rj III ....... ,. 1..... iu coud and we are as much pleased with sageofthe vrltr is iast the airaj,i niony by Rev. Humphreys. Ilousebi . reiieahng the rail- the result ot his ear.i'st endeavor as he -- On Sundae afternoon Jacob Joseph ,1,,... ,111,,.i111-in- l, it iis toiij to trv losiop road isimiiiihsion act and could ho himself. to settle ouestions arising from the manufacture and sale of liquors. The was made the happiest man in town. courts OI Tin: Danville Tribune has again sus- - extortion or discrimination, so the com-- only sensible and practical way to deal His wife presented him with a bouncing, pended. Since old man Murphy left for' mission will remain with the same lim- with the question is to handle the fel boy. Lincaster ran hardly hold him. Garrard eoiintv has furnished more low who drinks, to the extent of making it more congenial clime, it lias been con-- , ited authoiity as before, great men than almost any county in the himself a nuisance. -- The legislature which closed its ducted hi a very decent and cominendn-- 1 The democracy of Boyle county met Stiite and she has pleutv of mateiial left. manner, and his party owed it to the Lion Fridav passed ,o7 bills which hein convention Saturday, when Hon. Jas. And all of her great men ate "nioie'n! editor, W. B. Nichols, to have given him came law sand 84 resolutions which were u better support. There are not enough approved by the governor. Two hun B. McFcrran was called to the chair and wilin'" to be sacrillced for the general Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchreading republicans in this section, how dred bills became laws by lapse of time, Sam (J. Boyle elected secretary. The fol- good. Thomas B. Itohiiisou has been en- mimed to attend ever, to give a very strong support to a the governor declining to approve and lowing delegates were maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness Dr. dorsed by the county coininittce"and se-- ) party paper. not caring to veto them. Sixty bills the State convention at Iexiiigton: lected to make the nice forsherill' at tin and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the every instance, save J. G. Boiling, W. J. Gray, W. II. I'rew- ensuing August says many a tear were vetoed and in election. He lias uiadei Tub Courier-JournVJoodloc. H. I). V. O. itt, Dr. M. me, the governor was sustained. j eYe was .shed by the legislators on parting J. Breckinridge, A. W. Eastland. Al- a good ollicer and his endorsement was with each other. The young man who deserved. ternates W. W. Webb, S. F. Hart, J. S. NEWS CONDENSED. At the democratic convention sent the report is mistaken about the Debaun, S. Harding, O. 1'. Terhune, II, day them was a resolution passed tins cause of the How of lachrymal fluid. Jeieiniah 1. Morrow has been .MoL.k sim Cook. The delegates were It was only over the fact that most of pointed postmaste at Gregory, Wayne ilstrm.t(.(l t0 vote for C. KauHinan, the people of Garrard, irrespective o tnem wouiu now nave to go 10 worn am. eounty. 0f nlnmIf ll8 legate from this district politics, meet in mass on the 4th Mod uu gmiiiu vimi ram large stave ami saw umi . .. " invention and recom day in this month, county court day, and Illltional near Science lull, nilaski, was mirncd mended to vote for Hon. W. S. l'ryor take steps looking towards the improve-in lor the last 'o nays witiioui coon. Friday night; loss .',000. for judge of the Court of Appeals. incut of the Kentucky liver. Tin: republican iaiers are hunting up Elder G. W. Yancey is in Morehend, Gov. Buckner has reconsidered his The county committee was something to find fault within tlio pros purpose to remove Dr. I'usey from the Itowan county evangeliing. JudgeGco. pective Chief Justice. They all agree he superinteinlency of Central Asylum at by the election of Itobert Harding, Denny, of Lexington, was in town SunF. Davis, chairman; It. L. Salter, is a very small potato, and are raising a Anchorage. is looking splendid ami one Samuel Moore, G. D. Malum, J. L. day. He howl because he belonged to the Illinois will be A convention of lawyers can tell bv the smile on his face that he ' legislature which denounced Lincoln's held at Washington May 22, for tho pur Cartwright, II. D. Iigan, W. II. I'rewitt, has been recently getting there. Col. 1 .1. 1'. Harbison and Geo. W. administration and conduct of the war. pose of securing uniformity of legisla- - Benj. West, I). It. Collier is at home after a business ft Stewart. s." trin The Senatu bill to givo to tho Sceretn- - tion in the dillerent States. The convention on Saturday was ifo A lot nt A Card. imni MwrnM ".viu. ry of .State the fees collected for aflixing ' very harmonious. Our best men weiIV w, hil'1 disapjieared two months ago, Journul (I'h the hdunrofthc v y"f Ii M't9mmr7w.jii kivA.iAWJUr3mmmmmfMKmmmmftmi Seal, which wusjmmud by the Ul "(9 mm j. m v the State LtM.tsrKit. May 0. In vieV of the selected as delegates to laixiugtoii audi " House on the last day of the session. ".K'K 'y ' wk '" fact that you have disclaimed any inten- 11. C. Kuiilfinaii recommended as a delelnt(! ,10me " T,l'lor co"ty will 'give that poorly paid ollicial about ' his tion to injure me in the manner of your gate to St. Louis. I trust that Clay may -- During April there yeio 220 llres frtOO in addition to his salary. , that caused losses each of over 510,000 publication of tho I. O. U. transaction, get the place, as he deserves it, and is Tiik republican platform disposed of and the entire loss for the month in this which you have since explained satisfac- besides well fitted for the position. The torily in your paper, I hereby withdraw convention was solid for Cleveland ami tho .prohibition question in a line by country is set down at SI 1,750,000, believe-thaLogan McKeu and John Bennett the offensive language used in a card (iray and the unanimous opinion of all the sentiment saying 'Wo of the people should rule 011 all moral with J T.Ballard and J. S. Sebastin, al published in the Somerset liupublican was that the old democratic ship of statu ON questions." To be mire, it ought, who ternates, are this district's delegates to and acknowledge that I acted hastily in would again triumphantly ride tlio wild waves to victory. So be it, I hope. M. II. Owsi.kv. the matter. Niid to the contrary? the republican National Convention. Semi-Weekly Interior-Journa- l Ho Co BUFI.1HY, io ' MERCHANT TAILOR - d 1 ........ v .."- QPR1 MMRR GOODS. - 1 ,,! ,, mh-uiila- y, M rur-liM- il bench-legge- d j Fox-ha- ll Sl.S-V)- . p A j - State-at-larg- .', ! i ,.,,, thrcc-fouithso- I s)s e, """'-il- 1,l!njnf - A-- '" 1 1 - - , .... ....,., , tk-ntl- i Jflf ..- J (,,,.. . ! , 1 1 1 1 - ,'..?,. 0 ' j !l'iTJ,'.lSrSS:!K'BBBlS S'.V.'t-'- OSWlBtiO Bil'AlWm Courier-Journa- ' y. ,. ...,. ... THE BEST tar to-da- THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. 4 y n, ' j T. IR,. "WA.ILjTO:LSr. 1 1 j ' long-suU'erin- g t-)- -- is-ei- i indi-reaso- s. ' j PLEASE OBSERVE Vy J T Wm. lwT R Q x'Ql'T A W j..-.1 ..,. , ' , A FUIJL aShJMOTMJI5NT WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. ii.JvJ i c& 1 , hcs-hl- I 1 1 - ' I , I 1 j. ijGOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. , uuL-vmn- , , 1 I 1 1 .rWHr&&m?Vj . !SViMHViiaff(BMKftR,1 1 ill Imt-rio- r , I J rr: t i" nj -- "WAIjI FAF3CK and FTTH1TITTTIIE. ALWAYS I COMPLETEJSTOCK B. K. WEARKNTi, HAND. p r .i . m. ' " ""'jj cr-t- Ian fit' j b." '' " ' J i mmmwmwmwwmmmmm it V - y I 1. V '' "'1 ' "" '. 'Mi i uu nf - fu- ut VMMMNHVW 1 liiiirH-'- ' - ,L....- - .it (r.y ,!. A ,t) lL 33nr K.'.f ' "V Semi-Week- In tii k County Court yesterday J. M. t Interior Journal1 at Courts it Cox's. Hail iunliflud us executor of the will of' IVyton Knibree, which was admitted to will sell At executor of Peyton F.mbrec, doe'd " Koit Hunt. - House, 4 miles on Crab probate, nnd II. M. Johnson ns ndminis-- , K. c. WALTON, huh. MariuKor!ori,ir, plko. lnquiru at this ollli-c1888, trator of John Coll'man, deceased. Very Monday, littlu else wan done. Count)' iourt day .Ski: (ouitii & Cox's elegant lino of .iIay 8, 1888 Spring; anil Slimmer hats before buySrANKOM), Kv., 39 Shares of Stock in the Farm- I ii vb moved my stock of goods over ing. lately vacated by A. It. to the ers National Bank Hamburg and Swiss Penny and will be found ready and will Omu.ntai. Al)! Evory Tuoudny nnd Friday. edgings, Published I'loinicings, Ac, at Owsley & ing to wait on my customers there for At ( 'rain's. thL next month or so. iiurinif which time. 0 onarcs in tne J irat national f'J I'Kll YKAH.1X ADVA'OW will undergo ageneral my Bank. Pints I'atkilns and u general line of V. II. Higgins. The stock HI be sold In fruit of the ( 'l'"'"' l'lllllisllillg tOOlls at OWslc.V & U'h. ....I so ,,a..l Slll.fiO ll be charged " between the hours of to and ' Craig's. Dis. C. Fow i.kii, president of the Knob JOHN M. HAIL, Lick Turnpike, advertises for bids for L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. :s Kectir I'eytoii llmbren, dte'd. done in approved style at Jess-- ' Thomp- the stone work for an iron bridge across 103pm ... M .t trjin going North Knob Lick at the old llarve Helm place, son's Mat her Shop. 131 pin South REPOHT OF THE CONDITION The iron work has already been let. The III 4tt ..II xptess train " houlli a m " " " ;soriu Ski: .Vunnelley before you sell your road him been very prosperous underthe ' i r tmk 6 jjm I o al rrlglit Ninth .. .035 pm wool, South.. lie will pay as much or a little iir.iiiiiir litniiiiiiiiiiiniit iwl linn miii..,l he Utter trains also miry passengers bank, ;;;;eno;St;1;aVfo;:;)odi,;,,g;!:j Solar more than anybody. I he above Is calculated on standard lime. IN'kw ly Hoods in Hpringaiidsnmtner lints FTTBI.XC SALE I IMK NLVv; (iROCLRV AND HAKDWAKP HOlsK 1 )K . June iotli, Io Bo TUCJ&KB 9 HUSTONYIIXE, KY. Would kindly ask your attention to the Cut that hr has jus t returneil froiv the sines fresh and wcll.sele. led stock of store-roo- m Lu-r.s- , with s hrge, -- stoic-roo- w court-hous- , In cndteoi .iricly, dainty iniiuillty nnd sitisfa. tory in (iriret; this t guarantee Mv aim shall l? an 01 an tunes tosuppiy every want in my line KAIsDWAKi; ami I'OCKKT CUTLKHV iy consists of the standard brands nf Curope anil Amcrt.a I handle the celebrateil S.evtiitou Pjteut 'Flour. Tin, Stone and Woodenware, and n omplete line of Cigars anil Tuba. co. Va120ns. 1'annintt Implements, fie. Ilelievini; I can make it to your urtereu I luk share of your patronage. Respectfully, J. Ik Tt'CKUK. ii'u 11 j . j ;oi7on I j . . 1 511 I I farmers national t ti it about 1 o imtiuic lasler. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ram leave Rots land at - 7 30 a m and rctuin at W. II. Hniuiss is agent for the Stoddard Creamery, 11 wonderful invention for preserving milk and butter. See It. I Sru.isii Siits made to order at . SLS, MEANS BUSINESS. warranted. TiiKbest place to huv drug, patent' h.tdicincs and toilet articles is at A. II.. Ivnuy's. lSrvyour tscliool books, ink, tablets. pencils and k'IiimjI supplies of all kiniLs from A. It. Penny. guarantee all watches and every nr sell to be just as repie t Ie of jewelry 1 I Wmiius and jewvlrv rcpahed ail(l A. It. IVnii'v. ,'. 1 ), SfiMO audWi, by John II. Craig & " "ill. Hrowning, Kinu . t Co., New tirk. Milted. A. It.' Penny. SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. when you aro bouse cleaning that we have a very nice r, line of window similes, luce cuitalns, i lain poles, Ac. Owsley A Craig. . t Tin: ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a strawberry supper in a short time to ntisc funds tor the completion of the new church, which they say the men aro Blow to guarantee. .' forp-t cur-patie- li, A ,, ,", ., j son was llom tn Mm. Collins Oentiy last week, a few days alter her leturn to Sit. and wife ate Mil. Daiki.Si Kentucky, alter the death of her husisiting their children hereabouts. band in Texas. 'h bus minted the lit- I'm. J. Q. Momoomkuv left yestenlii) tie one for its dead father. MMt his dither's in Adair county. Mil. It. M. OwKNsand wife, of Souici- line to State Ikinksand Hankers 1,484 49 Tiu: ivsolutlons ad.iptud by tlie .hmi.i- DEATH'S DOINGS. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, H.t,are the guests nf Mr. and Mrs. Win. t.n,t(,f ljmrel ctmctno late for this issue. l'0"1 -- Mis. L'tura 44I.7J4 7S Kiiiiribury, who recent' "ster. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. 'They eiiiloii- - Cleveland, lluckner and STAI'l. )K KI'.OlfCKY, ( Mis. AiiiitoiTiioMs, of lniHvIlli Hon. J. A. ly .iriivnl fiom liiiiiaua on a visit to .M,.crtmry ami itiMtnii-l'.ver brought to this market l'nces lower than j C111111I) of Lincoln, her nicce-in-laMrs. .1. II. Miller, died the lowest. Wauhes, Clocks and Jew ilrj He. sisitm her sinter, Mrs. V. II. Me- - cn,(t fr',.,.,.t,,r f,,r the district. . .. ..- ...w. . . .. .. .. I.'.'Illllll It Miv.lpv. tt.htr r.f ft...- i.Kr..1 nsninil . I paired on short notice and warranted. n.ink, " sear Itiat theabose staiemcnt K ti,rts. lastwccKOia COIIll) IcallOII Ol tllseases is true u.iM.ieinnly of my knowledge and belief to the best '1 lis: Oeitentl Agent of the U. (.., Mr. agisl ik'i. A.I- I A me, of the She was si member of the Bap iMnville Mis. JOHN II OWM.EY, Cashier. '.. I. V. Ilntis, and Ivflltnr M. I), lluiihes, tist church and we learn a verv excel Subscribed and worn to before me this 4ih day s sate, was here v.tstrdav working for O. W. SI HUH. HT, N. 1. I. C. were here yesterday arranging for a lent christian lady. Interment in llnlfa-l- o of Ma, 18W. IS ,nH.r. Correct allec -- peeial over the K. C. on the morning Cemetery. s H Spiavks, Mil J. II. VCmhhik is back fnun the John M Hail, , Hire, t'irs. j convention. If it is Dr. It. H. Kinnaird, for the last 17 1I11I11 IiinPs isiuntiy "' tb" Lexington t t and will John r. Cash, ) till yea is pastor of the Presbyterian chinch run in will be a splendid chance for ' r a season. JJ7-- e Surreys, Phaetons, Backboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, at Midway, died of pneumonia at Port Mil m M ic. S.C. Hmiiuv, of Alba- - who wish to ao from here. REPORT OP THE CONDITION visit to Mrs. Oeo. H.j Ark., where he moved " weeks sin, are here on a .MiU,ri Rl. Smith, or the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over Tlll. p.,.,,1 11U ",, lie was Iniiii in Lu.caster in IKW, THE piRST NATI0NAL BANK, agio Wearen and other relatives. t jiealing theone pass(.tI t the .,.n in . f James and Mia - . JrvMK l)i nv, who ha ,MHMH, ,.,,. ,,1N. am was the son vl . , .. , . . . Halm) Kinnaird He graduated from , , on Montiiflln for smnetin.e, is.,,.... a visit to ' .. ,, ... ( CiiIIim'i. 111 IS.-.-S mill siwm nfli.r In.. In the Stale i Kentuckv. at the lose of business 1 ' rmotllir, .Mrs. .11. ,,r.iii.lU..,iiisi..nii.iillviiimi.ir!i?lvi.. Ijivv April .10, itS. Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better to study for the mini.stry, prcachingl Mil II. C. PMiiiisau.l wife, of .l'iii - jV(.rl)avNimvisth,.u' - fo.vtbelaw, but it KIXIL'KCI S. ,,, ,.iM. ,, visiting his hrothei, on I'itv. hae v, . lirst at It. Madison, Iowa. Since then grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the mil not K1' hip' iim inn uui irn iicai w ,1 ulpits tin Misv.un and K. Karris and Mrs. Mark Hardin. fM.s 39 if the countv court can pievent it and 073 a7 trade. . Mississippi, Come and see our goods before making yoar selections. coming to Midway in 1S71. ,'rft.'courcdaniliin,ire.i.... Mks. Wii.n Uni-riipiite sick and' , ,1.1... 1' ,.,.., JO 00 I He was married in mi to Miss Mary K. s.MsMr..lobn W.ltout. Mr.T.M.Pen-- , "."X 4i,jo. oo you will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. .uuruii, utiiiguieroi .losliua l i,.llgton IS lllsoilotMl WlllUlieerysljiaias. iiikwiiioi 1 ucie i me r.nioiee ),. fn.mappr.ncd reserve agents.. . . i,8jj t 7,364 " .). M. 11 Miiusov, of Umciister, has iHiiuts Mr. John M. Hail, his faithful .M.11 tin, who with four daughters and a lucinui other National liauks.... Real estate, furniture and fisturos,,...... liffVj ik Imvii promoted to a S5HXJ clerkship in fri ml, wlio has Mtt up with him ever, sosi survive him. i,9j t,( After four months of contineinent to Current expenses and taxes paid Judge Durham's ollice in the National other night for nearly four mouths, his( , S,oeo 00 I'rcuiuins paid MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. 'executor and the old gentleman told liiin his bed, Mr. Peyton Kinbrce breathed Checks and other cash Hums ituiMiiy. S4 80 . Sfc uo . Mil II. Ilwis has a little son, in the presence of witnesses that he want his lust at ' o'clock Saturday morning, Hills of other Hanks lhnley, only ii jean old, who knows ed him to have ?l,lXX)of his estate for his life going peacefully out after sfvcral Kraclional paper currency, nickels and tents y iin-riiImiiii the history of his countiy his kin Iness to him. I lo seemed neci hours of slumber. "Cncle Pate," sis Sptslc 3,p!o ie to besilislled iiiiIiks Mr. Hail was with j everybody called him, was horn in ('as- - l tender notes....... ti .111 half the men in it. Vii53 ey county October It), 1M):: and was eon- - Kedi'iiptlnn fund uith IT. .S. Trmsurir, C01. wo Mii. V. U. Wiiliii and Hun., him. 9 5 sr coin, of ciicalatitHi 2,: jo 10 HiHUMitly t years of age. He . ti . Lickev went to U.vingtou Sun-- , ..1 .. ft... Ihcgimlifeasastage.hiveran.l was the Tout. We hae hwtnl it stated that the' il.tx tVMJ i ley Meltobeits would sue Mrs. - -. ,lrh, OIK.of tllOH. lMlll,,ring races are going on there. I.IAIIII.I'III.S. ' vehicles of ancient navigation from this! I...:. .1 ... 1 ...ij . ,"1". Mit. W. II. M 11.1.1:11 and Mrs. T. It. I.. ....!. ..r '"" t u ... iw iliiniiiifii ... it ...... ....r J....M i. num. .ffikm ,.aj)0,O(MI if. unsniHH ..j,,,, to llK. (.nn.i.erland liun. It Walton spent a couple of days with Mis. ' Siitnlus fund ... 12,001 ini W e inutrvniweo ineyouuggen siu.iKM. ?. l..t!lllli.ktli.il 111 I I I III wl' Mils Illllll.. flu '" ml.. ti- - .' I ' " " Win. Itoystoii, in siainird, and brought "J " 9.UJ J "" "', . I', , . v" ." .. .Vr.7T"r-r- r the matter and was informed ," ". . tle.ua . IIUIIM ,. 4J..KJO no . pmih .wnvf wnwwihiii J IV" HUM UlUif IMVI ll I'll HilVf ttle Mi"s llailie home with lli'-m- . .1.... 1... 1. ...1 " ......:.... -' "" K f.s.. .I...I afterwards drove over all the routes in Imlividiial di'iwuits snbit toehck.... 141,147 7) '; 1- 'I; (1 II mi. has appointed nulniy ,"i." Due to oilier National Dank. 1'iJi.S 49 sit.t and would ...or,, than lik-- ly th!r4Wl.,i,m and followed the business The bank iitiin , t'lljc at Suuersct. 11 ' till railroads succeeded that form of trav - i..i.. aing failed lo 111 live he returned home, t49i6 91 Saturday, but will go back with his bride' Tint ro boy, Will Whitley, belter el. He then devoted his entire time to sT.VlT.OKKK.VlTCKY, I ( C.ninty of Lincoln, . a few days. known as Doe, who was adjudged Insane horses ami mules and was a trader for a ,. P. p. r.MHiutr leit recently and miu to jail, died from the nuinb-- r nf years. Finally settling down ii(i. W. I, Jolin J. .McKiilnit, cushier nf above named Miss solentnly ellect.siii his humble bums, at an early ' Imn. '1' l''d into the business of rais- - llauk,dotrue to the swiurofthat that the aboveand l t Histcrda.N for their homes in is bi.t mv knosiwlec JOHNJ M. klllir.KTS Cashier making many friend- - during their hour Sunday moiiiing. Since lie had j iK Hue jacks and jennets and for them lief. Ix'f.ire me this day He of May,l 18K. and snorn loIIKHJHT, N. I'. 4th C f nir months stay hen? by their gentle- - Ikhmi conllned his mvings liave been :il- -' b" was noted all over this country. V M I.. iiicessjiut and Jailer (wens had to wis one of live children, hut the rest go- .mnly deportment, Cmrect nttoi: mott I ri. HrKKt'K. i ilttkis withan enclosiue from Mr. have him rarcd for niglit and day. He, ing West at an early day, he had lost Directors. J W Hsyhk.v, Will keep constantly on hand a large aud select Una of Furniture ., slv he will resist any other ellort to! .sight of all except one brother's family, I V. ! L. 11. (livens, who is located at Slat Wll two sons of whom, Messrs. p. p. Knibree, with the make him take care of insane people. Mo., says he is much pleased andJUndertaker's Goods. My price3 will be as low as such goods " of Knob Xoster, and (i. W. Kinbrce, of State and the prospect of his business; REPORT OP THE CONDITION A 1,,tu'r tnm tln'res;iys: S; i,,,,, -can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con,H.(1, wi,, 1lm t,v,,r Ks' Mo there bright-- . Hen tiooch h dwelling with all tlie coninuo ho was takon flown and luivo inin , M. Hi...., Rsj., oneof the vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. o clock last Mitiir- - isU.IXM, , ,h vyiry W1,m wi(h t,1L, trlCHt U'M burne.l aliout THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE, est of invwl all his aU'ectioii. Mr. Kinbrce had made a will Mlltorlnl statT, passed up to Pineville AT HLsTONVIl.l.i:, ti.sK-ha few deeding hiscstate of about Sl.",000 among THE FLORENCE Sindav night, we suppose to invest some household g.ssls to Mr. In tlic Statn of Kentiakj, at thfiloeof Imsioes 'M' ;,""-';".1-Mi- l w''"k 'W 'n Stanford female College. the helix of his brothers and .sisters, but of his wealth in ...mend lauds. April ,;o, iflE is allowed his appreciation of thu to Win. Comer has cleared the plant K. C. W u.tos will leave kindness KKsOt'KCt.S. Vaughan,' at '"Mug the foundation for aline residence of the two nephews named by giving visit his sister, Mrs. I. X. Prof. Paston having reijfiied, the Truiteesof 1 have boimh $ So,33i 07 j,r on his property recently purchased by them a check each for .iolX). Cntil he Loans and dn.ounts Stanford Kcmalc College desire to employ a PrinRichmond, Va., and will also take Wa.hin; Machine and am now prepared to furnish 1,603 00 Kingsviile. Dr. O Hannon is was taken down four months ago, Uncle Dtcrdrafts, secured nnd uintcurcd all who may wish to save their clothes from the ' cipal for the Institution. Address at Stanford, Washington and other eastern points. rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of 13,500 00 I' S. Itonds tn secure circulation ) J M.ltKID, a ng house on Church street. washing. Take one and try it and be, convinced. Pate had often boasted that he was never Duo from npproscd reverse acents,,., Ho law worked hard ami faithfully for iJ fill). I). WKAKKN, Coui'tes I'll not worry you about buying unless )ou are fulj 575 5 J.W.ALCORN, sick enough in his life to go to bed, so Due hum other National Hanks , , .. be miner and bus earned the holiday, ly satisfied a. to its merits. :.. insi.v . so 01 1 oiiricN 1011111.. none when he finally had to take it, he gave Kculestite. furniture and futures on The undesigned have purchased the Florence 500 which ilelinoueiils will hope he will. WashiuK machine and after a thorough trial, we 707 c6 near suH'ering a severe accident Friday. entirely up and said from the llrst it was Current tspenses anil Uses paid take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, make as long as possible. 3,000 00 Premium paid and without hesitation pronounce it a success in He was driving along the pike in a dog- - all over with bin.. During his illness he 08 fo items every particular, doin; all that Is claimed for it: Mrs. S. W. Puiiiin and children passed and cart, when his hors got frightened and professed religion and was often heard Checks otheroilier cah Win. Daugherty, J W. Wallace, Dr. IWurne, Hank 1 410 00 Hills of up to Kirksville Friday, returning from ran away, throwing him down between Mrs. S P Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins Lewis Dudderar, J. L. Lynn, L. L Dawson, C Vanoy, praising Cod in prayer. A few days be- - Fractional paper currenc) nickels and Napa, Cal., where they went several 5 94 tieorge Pe) ton, Mrs. cents the seat and one of the wheels. He was I fll.fltll )l.l IIV llfittJWitjl lflllnlf illlV." s Co.. Phila- - claw, AmandaA Peak,Albert Camden, himAlex Holt, C. C. Fields, months ago. Mr. P.uris stopped on bus- - being dragged along in this way when frTilMi if ,'" Haines, K. 5,430 no Sl,ccie .!'" he called -- s M, l'claud and many others. L. Harrow, imis to go "home," as it, and i.,.! tender macs 3 OOO OO .iiusH en route home and will nntamxe M.K.KLKtN. Manuel lai row, a colored man, rushed ' lleadiiiarters at S. Myers' store. tillne.Nt wek. They ai-- not so entbiisi-- ' at the animal and stopped him, the sud prayed lo be taken thence. The remains Redemption fund hh U. S. Tmasurcr reliable, It is .in jfa 50 company, old and thoroughlyvcur with concratiL' ?percent,ofcirbul.tl.m were interred in llullalo Sjiring Ceine $13,500,000 mm in its 41st astic over the advantages of California as den stop unloosing Owsley from his per t assets and $3,soo,iki fciirplus Its rails are as 'ry Sunday at 10 o'clock, after a shoit. tma ......:..,. thev .might be. Mrs. Parris was Mis i .:.:., $i5tS8j a; low as an) old and reliable company, with divi..I .s.iwiiu I.iu 1!C. . . rit' . . III" nil.. I1UTCIIHR dends unsurpassed .1 reputation for fair dealing n . here and was .iiiinnT iiit-'-i' nil ... lie sill- - service at the grave. excelled hy none and plans to Miit eer)bod I.IAHII.IIIKS. n ij .... iim iiii.iiiviitiiiiu-null" Would tall the attentioii of business men to its I marriage. fore her fill's. n I 1 , t Mit.lt. C. N'tiuiKN Mfnticcllo court. is attending the - m m . AT S'JANHJRI), Tin: examining trial of Oeorge Cain. In tile State or Kentucky, at the c!nM of III. hip, den, tlse youth charged with placing ohApril 30, iE8. structious on tin; Cincinnati Southern Ri:soi'Kci:s. road for the purpose of wrecking trains, I Loan and discount ...1.13.331 y Krom ion to jo per cent cheaper tlian ever helorc known in Ccutrit Kent.i sy Wnnlov Sh ide to was the smuttiest that has been held in) ftsnrilr ifta Ii (JMIUVS'V I'.irl rs, l)an-illiimiI hiiu ran ai t ..1 - 3.04 8j suit all combination of Wall Riper Largest slock to select friu.it x .( wpti "vnuiu mtil iiuiv'.iliru,,, 10 court-hous- e for si long time, ."several u. s. lioi.d to cure circulation K. ... 50,000 00 hrazeil-face- d I'alnts, Dils, Varnishes and I'aintcr.' Supplies, Window ilus etc WOIIieil Nit Up without II Other stock, bnndt and mnrisaRrs., ... JJ.Eoo 00 blush anil testitled to the most indelicate ' ,)uc fr"m approved rcrve iu,'em , ... 6,871 JO PIANOS AND OIUJANS Aiftnts for John Church .V Cis Mmic.tl i i.idisc ' 1'liev aiv hard ones all around, ')u", fron' h" N;",lonal li,nl matters. anu iMllircs 7 7J 'O The prisoner was held in $100 to tin Ciim-n- tc.mic, iiiriiHurc tine paid J 91 91 exM'iie and Circuit Court. rrtinlmiM paid ,. 4,158 99 . - ro II liofothrr llnk I) Kl.-- s' llrst free conceit drew a Inctional nair curnncv. nickels mid street full of people, who not only en "' 4493 .IwiiVS) AVSLCJ 4,50000 joyed the good music, which the (Sold s,,,'ci,c l.csal tender notes ...... . 4,w.c uo ... ... IS.. i.,,,, I?,,, I .in. .7111 - . I j Iiriii. lil.lll T &c tun. DRUG-G-IS...in. Rcdcni.tion fund with U. S. Ticaurer, went away with huts, shirts, neckties, J per cent, of circulation 1,750 00 p.mlaloons and otherarticles that were 5i,734 75 thmwn into the street by the proprietor. l""1 DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, I.IAIHUTIKS. Kveiylmdy enjoyed it, hut the coon audi j the small boy was in the seventh capital stock paid in FANCY ARTICLES, &C. $,ooo 00 80,000 00 of his glory. The concert will be repeat-- 1 Surplus fund 8 i3 !'hyl;ia is prescriptions , urately cinipouniled. ,rfrtl.- ed next Saturday night when more 11.111K . 4I.OTO OO uiusiaiiuiiij; .iii valuables will be given away. lndisI1Iu.1l deposits subject to check. 8i,ou6 tC to other National llanks llui 13,414 98 I - SPRING OPENING! WALL 1 PAPER AND DECORATIONS j i .a A. E. GXBBONTS, J33LNnriI.t.E, KY. A 1 iii PENNY, 1 JBWELBB. fr 1 ... -- "1 BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! 1 .,,, 1 jf,, I rc-en- ses-Mit- s. .,.,.... 1 STNR. Is-c- ., ...., 1 ,"" i l s Ui...Jd.t.... m ex-io- Z,: I GEO. D. TarEAHEN, MAKT'G'H. SEW FURNITURE STORE f MACK HUFFMAN, T'.RDP, u Ii 8 a " .t"". ( ""'.''" 1 S-'- J ;" ,,. ....is.,,ibip K 1 I 1 ' ' li.-c- '", '"" K ... sn-g- j , Mate-inen- tr SuliM-'tiliei- ' - l ' ,,, 1 tlieCourier-.louriiarsdistinguislic- d ". D.''' to-da- v '' s WASHING MACHINE ''"-clin- 1 1 ........ 1 1 HTSTJUE delpliia. " hi In the Pcmi Mutial Life Insurance well-know- i,.i.j 1 .'... i- -i l?.ti-niii- , NEW SHOP. Capital stock paid ill $ 33,000 00 Ax old negro nrnn died in tills vicinity of all kinds at 0 J. New- - j last week, who according to his story was Plants lv told Dr. Peyton, in years of age. land's. ' in flint, lin vviis born ill ...1. ..H.kiwLul , Wm.l r.uT.i:, carpets, At-.- at OwsU-lll(l hml WH,n i4.m.,,,i Cl,1MJIMt.ri v Craig's. ' Washington many a time. Ho was at New Orleans when (Jen. Paekenham was Ni:at little house for rent, Call at killed in 181m and saya he witnessed tin- this ollice. t tliim .Ml venrx he litis i.niil,. , TiiRKi: rooms in Couiineicial Hotel for K01llut.ky and of the children bo (II ami the int. Apply to Mrs. Ktta VanArsdale. l0 han r.iisuil ontt d'y'k'Ihw been nppoint-- . oilier 7 a remarkably well Ho was Mns j, u.v 0i nostimwter at Pleasstnt Point, this formed man and was very proud of his His name was countv, in place of Mrs. Laura I. Faulk - travels and experience Annilln Lewis. LOCAL LORE. ' ' i:V ADVKIl'l'ISKMKX'IS. Surplus fund Undivided urofit. National Hank notes oulstundiii); ludisidiial deposits subject to chick Due to other National Hanks.., Notes and billsre-discMim- 6,01 4,J4 II 350 48,1,76 1,624 (,3 new endowment, accumulated surplus and 6 per guaranteed bonds plan of policies. 00 cent, inMiicd on the same rate as men on 35 74 JOHN K. KAUI.KNEIt, District AKvnt for Kentucky. I Ii.im, opu ii'd a It itchcr shop at Kim land the rYrrill slum houn and urn prepared to furnish tin pub ic unit a I kinds ol moats, fish and oys. ters in their sum.ii. As heninlnrn I wi I continue rinnin' mv vim; delivering meat in my cus111 111 tomer U-i- in Mauf.iul Notice lo Contractors. ( j ml viciuitv l P 1. 1. KIN 4,591 33 Oi A CASH BASIS. ) II. 'III. ION I. K. IIS IS. ,,,1 in-.,- l" reslguco. .1 ; se iled proiKwaU ill lie rrivtvcil hy tin. Knob I. lK lurtipikc Comianj until U o'clock June I, VI'ATi: OK Kr.N'lTCKV, ) mxsoury for ' ) Couuty of Lincoln, tiii for the constr1n.ti.1U of I tho coutrauor will the ln be hriditi acrn.s Knob Lick I J. V. Mocker eahlr nf the above named ailoMi'd in iim ui h of tin. old material us is d Hank do solemnly swoar tnut the nbovt) stateiuciit will Is- - ruiimred to fuiiush such new maf my knowledge anil belief. Plans and specifications can is true to the Isist terial us is J. V. IIOCKKK, Cashier. lx seen at thi)l'irl National Hank Stanford. The Company rccrn.- - the riKht to reject mi) or nil orn 10 before mo this 5th day SubtcrilMslaiiit wi I 1". 1'1UCUCK, I.. V. I.. C. cos eium with tccurity of the of May 1888. bids and contractor for the perlnrmancj of his contract, Correct uittM. jlidders tun t specify in their propov.ils the price I.'ut Auiomv, pcr)unl for nen stnno and price per yard fur.ld T. J Kviinsun, Directors. stine, includiiK in this all ork in taking it duivu U. iiKOS.N CI.IITON l'flW'l.r.K President. 5 suita-bieiiuiioci-wir- ) .$U5,SS3?5 t. my mode of btisi Having determined to nessand brii.i; it to a catli basis, I will positive!) no longer sell on credit, knowing it to be best for invsclf and believing it to ne lor my customers. I will always keen a full stock on bands and believe that by selling lor cash alone an give to one and Vmi. will please call all tile same low cash price and get our cash prices lielure miing elsewhere5. No man can sell yoj girids on timo as low as for Yours respectfully, J W. JWIUS. cash. ll persons owing lue will please .all and N. II. I must h.tv e it, if compelled to collect by settle, as . HxToisr & d aitxs IH'.AI EH .sj ' General 3Iercliandise, ROWLAND, KV, 1 law. . .1 Crab Or.har(l, W. JUILS, ly. Havejust opened . ne stock of .Men's .111. Hoys' Clothing, Hats. Caii, Hoots, Shoes, Lrv tioodn, Notions and I'.iniily flroceries AIo dealers 111 Coal. Country produce taken in exchange for goods at higliuvi market price. Come one, C mo all, and le.irn llio a.lvaiifr.es in trade. iC.iu ..'. ti.'bi.' if - ' " V?- - '.. y7-- , t m v .. s V ' '' , rA s L.S f Ns. ,''' V Semi-Week- ly r Interior Journal LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. ! M werossiMo K)e-See 4 " " " r p"i,,l K IS1 II s. Second coutln to Maud S , la) wood ra amt SANDIDGE AIIEAI. THK COMIIIKKI) I tllK KNCY T SADDLE STALLION. JE fl Nut- Ir. X. M. Scales mis elected chairman of tlu1 convention .Saturday anil looked at home in tin chair, where pine democracy is dealt out. Sid A. Lovcline 3s at homo on n lt from Cincinnati. The I'lnted States Topograghieal .'ngineering Corps, with C. M. Y:i-U- in charge, has returned from Wuhingtou, where they have been in winter qnai-terand will reumc their woik in this vi-- W LROYALF.SV.Sj s, vouiityatonec. Tlie hoodlums that make it a bui-mes- s going to Pittsburg nnd getting full il Ir is liv hncstnn (6tn litt bv Meinbrino Chief, h) Mcmhrihn Ii) master, dam l he dam of (iutiilli i 30 III on lred 21 and his il.mi: liters ure the dam t of iS in ihe I Int. hrncsnn Ir is half brother 10 Fric. recordofl old Hnd told to Robert Homier i aS!a ata that age for $10,000 First dam b llndoc I uhl Pilni. sire nf IMni Ir- 12 In 3 30 list Pilot Ir sired dams of See I 10; Maud S a oSI Nutwood 2 18I, and 11 in Mcmhruio Ciller sired Lad) I home the'J3olitt llrignoli 2 o4, ml8', Woodford Memhrino J Klik Membrino Chief 1 JoS, Jt,, lleni) J 19., Ua) MembrinoStar iil,, Mcnihnno l'ilot 1 1;, .No rill Star 1361. olid black, 16 hand, high and elRh iKuiiind lletta hore that recom mend hlmtclf cetiif he bad no pedigree, but pottetMiig the blood that he dcctthould make him one of the graudc! ktalliunt in Kcntuck) Ser-- t iret uill be SIO TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, 11 Ja)-h)o-- 1 t town i. ia whisky, tiring their pNtolsand oltinr jis they pass tin oiigh the west end of had just as well cease their racket TJieywillbe run in on their i If pa) ment it deferred nil after weaning time, auuen, with .j win oemoue) due.caning alvj or 1110MI14 mire renders Will ttand III) tine jack, inext trip. I We do not feel inclined to Mart a 'boom or blow-u- p our county, but as oth-- , er counties are harping on w hat they 1 hit powder neter varte. A marel of purity 'have in the wav of inineiid noiiiict, we I'reniith nnd holeMimenei More economical ,nan ,ne oratnary kinns, aim in feel it ....... I., t.. to let tl... public I., ...... cora,,,on ahthemHiiitude cannot tie mmhon of low te.t. bold only in What W belli); done 111 Laurel COUIltV. weuht alum or phosphate powd-- r; t can. KoAt. IUkiNc, I'owiikk Co., 106 Wail street, New YorU cdthoush at iresent we will ive only, faint descriptions of the valuable miner-- ! als that lie hidden beneath our nijrged Hulls. A valuable bed of iron ore of a ;ood paying quantity has been dUeover-e- d My tine JacU, William I.jle, black, with mealv noe, 14'i handu high, lrid by I.ylc' Imp J.ivfc ionic S or 10 milea southeast of here, and out of a tplrndid jennet, Will mike thoc imiii on a tract of land known as the llret'kin- - ot i33 nt my stableAbetween the DamllleA; Stanford ind Dainille iisUnillc pikeii, ridgii propei ty, ow ned by the People Pank of Louisville and has just been AT $8 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Marc p.irted with lord iU Insurance .ind inniiry transferred to a chartered eo.d ami iron falU due O It KNCJLKMAN t; company. This company propose to j;o to work and further develop the mine THK IIOsS Mfl.K JACK, .and put up work. POWDER PEACOCK, JR., At $8 on same condition as above with J) added if not paid befire weaning time lie it 1414 hands hiKh, black with mealy poiutt and general make-u- p k s l'OWKI.I. I'ho and a half miles from lluttonville on Ihe lliitiunwllcand Libert) turnpike Koad Lincoln count) firti-clat- t. Absolutely Pure. BLACK DENMARK! THK TURIM.V 1IOHSK, Will make the pretcnt teuton at I. D irner'i, j unlet from Crab Orchard, on Ihe Stanford fike, and will teric maret at Miy i, i3;j. I a ruli Maojont ba), 15S - luiul nigti h. ) mine ind tail i tlrl II) line .tnd fanc: it ti'illi a iiattir! ana tileavint nailtller faniy and whtn juieil) dr t lit hiruett Will nia'c Ihe nc.i0't of SS3 at m itaMi; ncr She bi CitN. in l.tncoiti county. on tit Mtelb) tin met like a trniier He i hiah till tlle tn I jth tidet n the third iteiierntloti. It linked li) th ir 1 i.iih Ivit the i and Knob Lick I'urnpi ernl. at e iton.wtth in.uratKC, or in 10 iti.urc nilU ouzhhreiW on both tidet, nuikin turn e a atincI and tprulill) gut, l'i lorm ml linitli perfi colt- - sound and u rlaht lie milt urtd siimpirr DemiMtk he by lt.itn t Dentil ir t tlur hit, with, pent) nt nude' Denmark, he ' I .line. J mu, st.mj, 16 luildardi. stv e and action hut big tail Ir iitucl) li rie Diiituim lie t u t)mr l)tiuurk, h In Ihe ra hanili high, jean ltl lint sprinj - tired b) l mi Sir lit tir.i o d cmuoiiicu uursn nc mis no siipcri ir, 11 un euui , Imp, Hedvfor.t hating win first prifct in nrlom W illice, he li) 'I ud in Her 1 sir allace. he by sir in cntuck) I dam b in the Man in harness, under idd e mi.l in Mhrrt, thoroughbred, iiiiiini. dam rnirl r.uhbred he by the model nncs: nnd now uta hrnet horc. n a nil of Virginiut b) Irmb) d e hore, at n combined and s d horte, I irldbr c.ed Mat.ni t W hip , .1 im W liipp iture be ictc he h a n it a peer in KentuA). t b) Kin Hum el Dcnuiir Denmark he by Star Dentnar , he h) Jonet" Dinniiri, he b) od Mac Denmark, the 4. ml e r ire hone he b) Imp lledgcford i't r'lrt dniii h) t horWter, he b) (.otitract. Import- Sun of W.ll a. D.Titur . i'i)i itt dain by ed id dim b) Jim llrown,heb) 111 ' Scr,uln Denuiatk, he In lie rare lwr, Denmark; I I. - 1.. Wt. .1.1. . ... . I.. III. 1. -- f ; id diim Od ) hit dam I' utile fnrd. a. dim In 1'lr.ite and he bv Chance. Ijireh- - ter, jtl l.t bi oil Dremi ut I jiii it a fine thaped ith . . ... rr, tittn nam ny NetuiiLt) iiijooiii ami ne ny hortc,b ick uith hen ) nine ttltiil, ij'j hand, Imp lllottom, 6th dam b) llrutut, ;th dam by hich, it nciiur id u u u r it him a Spedil ' dumb) oil Lexington, J J tlddle breeder. llmutct Denuiar dnmli) rnirr) A 1 Hiker . ntjiier ll ltticedlett la ta that for harnvtt an I stddlc. and for action, beaut), t) e aud e ec.m.e at a lie traumiiilt breeder, Hamlet bat no tupirlorfai-I hit line I n'i it lit luant, he b) Imp Palermo, theteiuslillet to hit otTtprini K.i itt dam .1 of pati fstori, moih. idb)lam a) itnn t Simpton. tu by Imp Mam At a token of tut amircvia I in lltftrini Ji aiidanlnducctnciil for futue httittance I l ilte by lilac llak, ad d nil b) lippaanoe itt dam $50 In prctiilumt for the best three co it b) Hani-e- t handtome Ihitita )faro.J, ij( hinds to be show in l3ij at Ihe Dantilte Fair high, bl.uk with mil) no Will tcrtc a fe CiKid patture will be furnithed at $1 50 per month M) pertnna and tpecla attention vi be Jennelt I heu'iotc ttack mi ike the teaton of 33S at Klten niarcttopretent accidents, but wi no tbe my farm j1 mi t from JlvytoniiHe near Carpenretpotitib c sluiu d any utcur ter s Station, and oil.be pe (united t tette b) the C T SNnil)t.E ij Hmlt 11 1 Sl'U.I.ION. WALLACE DENMARK, '"l'l Haw TV m.vLp hfI 111 11 11 111 ' 1 ms l I GXrDDSHOir. (l J -o I 1 t c It TOM 111 ROHINSON, bitelegitit Jerte) II ill will Mind nl fill Sia'i tint ten H., it $3, CASH, 111 time of tern with pntilegeof rer urti if uw it not with all, 11 K II Mil-le- IIUR.N'slDJ 1V t.kl I .l. Mil;mi)'i 1 :T .MKS.SKX(iKR(JHIKFf.IJt ILi) 1 1 I 1 1 JACOI 11 n 11 Jlc, 111 1 1 lhoin.it, record i by Mambnuii Met.engir, (lamb) Mambrino Chief. 3d dam b) Imp. Nap Icon 4th dam b) Irmpett, jih dam by liger oil dam li) Darnabt's Diomedc. ;lh dam by tannon Whip, aihdamby Shlpp't I'aragon. Mctteiiger Chief Jr dam by Vermont Jr, ' dam b) Imp Sc)lhlan, 3d dam by llonuer't (.ray Kaglc. 4lh dam by Omlott's I elegraph Vermont Iita poundt He It uflinc tt) le and well jailed, ilettenger Chief. Jr wai ilred by Mtmni Chief iSm h) Abdallah I'llm tirildam l tleorge li. 'I bomat, tire of Si oil 1 oni-lerlotlen- tinlli foilid in 1M1, in hands and wci,' . WILLIAM LYLE. BEXECHLOADEB. of WALLACE AT ' $12 SO, TOM AT .. $8.00, tenger Chief Sr Mcttenger M 1 Jr $10 to Insure Living Colt, Monet due when tactit atcertaincd or mare part ed with Description and Pedigree lllack Denmark is 14 ) ears old this tlirnu', let black, a No rombiu ed tine ttrle and action, and a Rood breeder Sired b) the famous old Stonewall lackton, he by .inner sola watniniMon Denma rk.hi-b- t the four. mile race horse, Denmark Denmark's dam by Crutadcr, grand dam by lllackburn's Whip Stoncu ill Jackson's dam b) Abdallah, her dam by Medoc Will alto ttand mr two tine Jacks I1I.ACK HAWK and 1'KINCJ; I D CiAKNKIt'S, Crab Orchard i.l Ihit)oung thor mghbreJ '83 Mill at the lot nee of hre, 1 $10 to Insure a Living Colt ' Jennet lonimilttd ure ind hreeding iH mike the enon re etieiu) pertonal stlenli n (int. furnithed AT at reiton ib e rtlet, in b pud fur before tern n No il for oft. k. I'irlin;reip.m.ibi k fi'ifeiitactidcnlt or et cape with tt the marance. J SIKKI K I VRI'FMKK Slock to ni) 1 J UO at$JforJ uk ll and J15 for i, j iu. Cut )4, IjK, kalherine S 1 j), Mcttenger Oitl ty I'reii) Utile , ti, Smgel) Mcttenger , 34, Met.cnger Chief Jr will make, the svatnu of i $15 TO INSURE A LIVING it, b) Vermont, dam b) Diner Me Man ihe following bel 1 Marvel a lletn Kobcri II 1 Mannin. n. a, COLT. Money due September tt, fArm, near Shelb) Cit, K) ilia, at Ihe tirigtby eechtoader i :i3JLcCKM(DiW, ' f- I tf 4 5 1 I ft sir iv On Sinking Creek, near where it emp"n," Messrs.. Kwell Hob lohnvm of hi eaon at the 0 Will mike the preent 1 dim Mar) Churchill by Ales ChurehHL, : fe'mithjOf this place, own a tract of from llutiontllle o ner, mile f Kiitg Al et of Stanford, 3 dam by Imp Margrate grand Jim acres of this heretofore Valueless land fonso. J k HM'I.IIM .N $30 to Insure a Living Oolt. 11 Mltllcloe, bt Cherokee 4 dam '5 A short time ao they commenced to AT SIO TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. I X) t '"" iSSS hands and inch high, ill make Sutan b) liger tin' teaton of at the Malilc of Knleman A j dam lllack-e)eII) WILKIVs. MICVWIILR 330. 6 dam by Albert prospect this land under the supervision A Tew 01 hit get can be seen on the prenutet r arris N)., 7 dam b) Algcrine ,,,141.., result so mat win com ure taioraui) wiin tne gei 01 any Sire of lllack I'riRce Kiagtlet Jt m(, and oia mining prospector i dam b) Ore) Alfred jackin the count, a heti iii heren.nedon thi AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. the dam at llluk Jack, 1 . carung 9 dam a mare purehated in Virgtnu ky Capu (,eo. iin mc mc far 3s that they IiaVU discovered Seven colt "" ,ne ,"40" tnone llurbridge for breeding, but who; pedigree It nc 111.cn iu Mono) due if mare u parted with loricut ine inturancc tircai care l.att )car at Dam AI.i.JA. to be k) Ametlcttt, now lott, be veins of bituminous and one of caunel pretcul .iccidenlt, but Mill not tin retpontihle hit first 1 of his en It hate alrnd) come, should an) occur they arc fim and large Mr Robert Collier hat 10 dam b) Imp Monke) :,R;lIVfcJ.DJL.DJ Trial imsK, and the dam of Albert France, i:m coal. One vein of bituminous coal ."2 in", R II & K I' U'OOlit ine nnd ta it it the best cull etrr foalrd on hit 11 dam by Imp Medic) and VViltiM, 1 io II dam b) Imp nark place Alf Ihe quality, and is probably ithick, of a fine an) oni. hat etrr had in re ll Ml IROl'OI.M'AN, 13;.. j dam b) Imp Vearnaught gard in hit breeding wat that hit culls won Ily ltM)VK's II MIII.i:T0NIAN 19, be S..11 of K)tJ,k't llaniblitsniaii tIii hir vnin nf ciinl in Hitf. ti.'irt. nf tlm ( ... -. , small, the coltt that hate come pnne to Ihe con Hate alto a good Jack, that will terse n)irt at (.raaddun l.,I ORtsWOI.D Dam, joKrri, llluemont it b) A ctatidrr's Hellmnnt , tun trar) Dnllart, n tame tcrtnt at the hor a'tate. A superior quality 01 iron ore of Ah xander's Abdallah and Hell b) Mambr11.11 Sitfailure for mares ai Ji 50 per month N li) HIOODCHIH''. ;.i. 1 ,) 1 rial to Wnlge-wuo- d Chit f. who it the sire of NiiIwoki 1 iSIf, .has been located and assayed to be of a I s IKVIs for accidents Sire nf I annie Htinii, t to( a 10, Vicking a ao. Dick Miwre J JJ lit II.MNli MiiRtJAN' t and II) II M John. oh, Agtnl rpaying quantity, but the extent of the 14 16 more in the 1 30 itl rirtl dam by Cungarif Wilkint Mlc.iwbrr wat sired bt lttsd)k's Ham by lmHirted (j iiiciw I Iniroughhred h" out of vein has not yet been ascertained. Some Metropaliian. ly Krtd)kt HjmlsWtoiiian. dan dam t.idt llruwn. Jam o( I'kkwlrk, d dam Ohm record a J&H, Millwood by Imiried .Monarch "J,, bt Seelc)'s Vmerican Star, gr ind dam by ll)4cinih(it .iluHtrer, gtandam Clara, dam specimens of mica was also shown me Lilcs Wilkct Kclipte 3d dam h) Lung Island lllack Hawk CLEBOURNti. s American Star Nigger Lance, sou o( Line, sun i( American Detter 'ind lKllar, bt Mr lm)ii'r haudl.-llluemont two mouths 11 , 1 30, .. l, ttelrooidllan it ackiiiwtfNinl bi nil itom this Kline region, but nothing has 40p, tire 01 .name Kclipte Mrtt dam bv Skedaddle, id dam b Wax), 3d last teaton he tat t in shap. lie can trot a go. Wilkin Mlcawber died toung and Jell bat few of Ihe bei. tru.l b) man) the ter) bett bred tla t V5 fie tnitled Mr Letcher's track Jbeeu done towards developini: it. This dam b) Old telegraph, ath dim b) frank, Ske track combined ttall.on will mae the tetton of colts, but Irom hit great spent, rich breeding and lion eter fuiled Hit full titter, Kriu Virtoru Ilut daddle by Ohter o) Wagner Wax) by llcrthiinie, when tlujv hie wetk in lit, tlii ait quarter in at rn) stable near I urnir.ulle. I uicoln soUl Mi .mineral land begins within one mile of ut dam by Stone) I'etral, jd dam b) loin Hal 33 seconds limed b) Mr Letcher, He made a t)353on the Stanford i. Ilutmntille Turnpike, coua magnificent form, brgair abundant promise of a priceal the paid I erran tsleiur I; oj ih high. fir a biowl mare al public tale eter mutt brilliant taircr, tHilh on the trai and in the (jiuhI race at Ltaingwii codtidering he wat in no I.)Ie's WUkes isb) deorge Wilket 111, tt dam tthis place and extends south beyond I .on coont b) American ciay, tire 01 iirantiuel lis being fourth in t 4 stud Major Thoinit Morton, nl New nrk, iwoninet bt .Mctr.ipoltitu, neither of whit were ever honked tiugle tUt at public sale f AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. he rrtu.ed lor W llkint Ml. jw wrote ut that KNtil BIAN A- KAKKIs JJock Castle Springs, a distance of 18 336, Maggie llriggsa 27, Klla Cla) 1 i7)i Magic, I !l im berjutta short time before his death an iilfer of il HI atrraging i,t yx l.ancatter, K) tire of C'limmie t. j 1?) I'oil Ho) 13!, Keno llbwd Chief b) Hl.wlt HU-I'at Clcbourne it a red ba), heat) mane and tail JjS.ixhi. and the great drit er, I art llurr, nit that iitihjt from here, and runs some III) miles 1 nk and Mttten 1 Ha.k. da its, hands high, of tine ti)l and tplendid action hehasalwats Contlderrd tiat In the death ol Mitt Human It Stmt . Highlander ; grsudam lit Dintille W ilket full brother to Kdcrton Wilknt and will be 5 )ear old an the ,ah of June and Wilkint Mlcawber breeders tuitilnrd the lo.t of Aratut, 3rd dam b) I imnleufi lllood Chief tire lurallel ...:i. the L.cVN. railroad. One n $tarteJ ln fuur rac,, 0f ,hem m lwo lannie Rublntnii a mt ao the bett natural Saddle tialli n in the count) He one of the t crt gr itr.t n) all the great suns nl old Woole) Jim J Jbodv Of8,()00 acres is owned bv John C. "Might heattand got money out of third He isChief lllond t lllack Hawk tired Ihe dam. hat proven himtelf to be a sure foil geller and hit II unbletoniaii ire of Sallie agen, his only colt that hat been hanHe wat tired b) Ilaugh lit sdyk's amhlctonian.whn sired both sire and olon rnim 1 i) and Alaioot Ir a an an it JacksOU lllld another Of 10,000 by the died, has started iu seven races, winning tecond man s Abdallah, he b) Abdallah tllencoe. bt Joe dainnl It MtKAW AY hatlrttl40 , o performers grandam of llrlle tltatrietd 1 vt and Protiene l silwve named gentlemen, but the greater , "yVrt'onVirke.dl mike the sea.n of 33d at Hmore b) St Klmote b) Vletander's Abdallah by and has sired Inj sons who hue sired nter 000 -- Hr)tnnJ Rin.coM ate full brvthert-lln- aa This fine stallion will make the sea. on of iVvs at K)sd)k t ii.imbietonian rirtl nam ot uenerai a to Performers and has tirrd the dams of to ner lloih ate bt). uV, ' Jld and Kingod ) fine p' mde. west of Stanford, at fiurtof this vast mineral wealth is own-- j " my (arm, 3 miles (mm Stanford, on the Stanford r'aulkner hy Ul1 leiegnpn n and M)li.!l W'.il tirmoni macs former with r, nir.lt 11! , in jn.f t.rffrr. nrutlnv hands high, aud eiireme ) ! IWJ al mi tub e al Hawk b) Sherman Morgan b) Justice Murgan, hun the grcite.t trotting horte progenitor tnat hs mase me snis-iaim uantuie pise, ire all cd by citizens that are endeavoring to anil dam uy ooddard't Mimpter nenmarn o .U.I.I K, the dam ut llarkawat, station K) , two ml et north of lluitntlil jet appeared . 4tnillKIOU ..r.imai , ui. vj . .,1.. it one of hit three greatest maite a living on tne lanu uy tanning, With lien retained on all colls until AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. i.i horse appriiaehing itvsd k't daughters 1athe a onlt Ihe Hutluiitt le A Danu r turnpike, II that hit II) an anal) tit ten ice imlrton jjnd will sell far below its actual value. paid Will gne pertonal attrntion to maret,fecit Description and I'edigree- - Vermont llainbl 11 contains the ofbest pedigree aud"ill be teen blood producing dams is American II Stir, the siresire AT $12.50 TO INSURE A but taddle Ironing ol LIVING COLT. not retpontible fjr accidents, should any occur ktiowu 10 the world be.idct t ctottet of thor Lads llriiitn, the dam o( Wllkins Micswber We Ionian it 4 black horse, loalcd in iVJj, 16 hands What is needed here is good business CHAN I. CROW, know the breeding o( HltKWAY will bear high, two white feet behind, sired by William oughbrrd Stanford, K) i the closest analtsit and we hite ctert innhdencc Lien retained ,111 all . o tt If any mare ,, ie bre mien to take hold of this hidden wealth Welch, by Ilrsdyk's llamblctonian, tst'dam Katie that he it ill produce sliced and we belletcthotc to aiiolher hnr or traJed, mon.-- ) firlines, b) Gill's Vermont, id dam lllack Swan, L0QAN CALDWELL ! who mean business and can command ll be Id. h Helm's Vorkshlre, by Imp Yorkshire, 3d dam patronizing him will realire at much profit from (ra.t will be furunrted al it tn mi mimiii .. nit produce as from the produce "(am horte in ill be taken Little Kmil). b) Wagner, bt Sir Charles, by Sir apit.il to develop it. One-tent- h the pretenl aicidenit ot b' At the same lime and ou th tame term. I will the land, mid hit fillies should make brood maret Archy; ath dam Kmil) Speed, bv Imp Leviathan, 1888. th dam b) t'ackotet, 6th dam In Oreendritcr, ' ttand mt Jack, Logan Caldwell He it black wnrthl the embrace of the bluest blood llrced- llletixiii.ii.iiiitW tn md ant octur amount of money invested here that has s WIOHAM.MorrUiid. Ky im with mealv note $ tears old ind nsarl) 4 handt rrs are intited to call ind esamine lor thcintrltet In-e7th dam bv M inland I'lurnK; Sth d un by Han-niexpended for like land in Ik'll and il: oth dam by Silky, bt 1'onel, Sue Kniili, high Ha't proten himtelf a ture fital getter and ' the horse and Ins produce Attention is called to Mpt-e01 page jiji) er- - one of Ihe bett nule Jackt in the site He wai the fo.towing retract Harlan counties would no doubt open up in nrucc siuu lion b) lllack innnt llamhlttonnn Is ,1 tine. big horte. it 11I1 the tired by lllack hazle b) Crook bt OLiti. let , Mar, 10, 1SS7 .:i far better mining legion than those Mnton't Hlaik nnes stile and good bone, and .1 sure breeder. Hawk by I'etirt lllack Hawk at neter b) Imp Mammoth ' called a Hark ntin his life made whit muld he Moriugo Mammoth llawk ounticK As sure as the sun hhines the Chetnut stallion, 16 , hands high, tired by tllV sired Its W illiain Welch, till. sire l'i I'rlnce Impcri Dam btb) lllatk Hawk b) Moruign Nlammoih b) until vtm bought him teaton dam llracelet b) Angeliit, al, 1 a4, Jcreiniali J 33)4, lltssic 1' can I rut in id to the merits nf irreat Lou lander were abtotutclv fammolh. He will be permillitl to serie a Our people He ser ted tit 11 dc tthen three tears Imp William Welch .... .1.... I I.. Km county ad dam llrunettr, by Codnng, m, id dam Mitt -- ......!....-. hills of old or thelrottcr iitiri. St) ke by the Caater, Jth dam oy the C itoncl, .kc d)k s llamblctonian, prit ate rccotd 15, 1st dam few Jiiniels at Jjo for Jaek colt, and J15 far jtu old and got two coltt, both otimtl heir, and ton s. Ha) ttallmn. will yet blossom with the llower of prog-icsthe dam odtoden's I'rlnce, 117, and by Imported net colls See stud book for further pedigree could not but cither for I500 .. .. not ..j. i... . ..is hands r.indict high fouled O Vw A hen retained on all colts until the snatoii mon- but a llarkaitat tiiuogtter iiutr around Olnev for 14. orro o) 11 i .i.Kk, llatitille, k ,Sir der, hit tire, wat by Daletman, out of t.ufr.i by Trustee (son of lotto) undtircof jo miles trotter, Few people would believe a ...ett-HKParting with mare forfeits insurance tost than i W indhound,lie a dim b) .1 sou of Mambrino, l) cniei, b) ihe eter famous I'.intatoon Trutte-e'Imp ey is pud io tu fjoo, out ut common mares He liS fir.t damafa.i nt .r .Maud Mettenge nalural pater, hi ,eir. back that the long, barren, sandy b) King Tom, the mott tuccettful sire Messenger, Vermont bcinj;agrandonof the (Treat Any mare bred to ubote ttoek and then bred to senedin Ins whole l.le sj mires md gut la toils atiimat forfeits insurance and moiiet be For Tom, lt)tdyk ll.imhletonian, the grandest tcttr il )eirs he ran wild in pasture and ent- Amenca. xl dam vb) On. lote .! elegraph pa. er . -- w..ft ...,, nrt , Ase ridges southwest of here would ever be England has eter produced; his tons, ('.teat the L and (fill's Vermont combined, luckedsire litiog, ant other J CHOW V til King Han and l'haelon, were imported to thor come, due ered no inure, during the time- I was trilng lo tee uam u) lke. record nui I ike .1 tine stock Untiot t lelenrsn Ittsdtk's whether I ititukl g under ot iIji on top of the b) Shellnsi't tweeper l ter cultivated, but view them now, dotted S and made themseltet famous as sires o( twnncrt nughbred, mil inbv Abdiltah, horse Mambrino, elegraph wcsn j ne tireii tie rv ' II RlmrTom niibr Harkawav. the sire of In.h Hambletonian, ton of soil. MIS C.st ' ;"c ' '."' r0,.J here and there With pretty .Swiss cotta- - Uirdcjicherand Fangha Hallough, (ihe tire ol il.un br Imti Itclltouiidcr. ad dam bt llishon't 'd ""al in , W, A Itl'SSKLL.iir Addre.. Hi. kraeditigondamstideittcr) S much like jJ- .Messenger. Leamington.) Dalesman's dam by l'antaloon So Il.untilctonl.in, jd d 1111 J II. KNOI.KMAN. ii'S, Surrounded Its- lertllO meailOWS on.l ..:. ,eenhatLondonhastwoc!ose crosses of l'an Downiiii's Vermont, sire in Oill'i Vermont. bv 7 If Dui.tllIt,K) ICOKD, 1 uk. ineage and many others too numerous in mr thriving vineyards. That looked like an taloon and through sire runs thro" Lanercatt, I- rauip the dam o( Knlgin.i, J it, itt dam by Coluinbiit, tftc,"1 h,101 hlpd to pr-Rl.ls! loiiclittone, lilencoc.etc, wntle tlrougti In- dam (liarklc)t) son ol coiuinbus, sire ut Coundenec, impossibility, but our mineral ivsouire lis trace to Orlando. Wurmtle rlirdcalcher, IheaaS; u dam by Ilcrrand, aire nf the d lui ot Ntl- - Hav tlallwn ISC', handt h.gh, t ialed iV, hi four year-olFull Ihttther I'ltc ) ear old t "" '" "d 'Nu," " J 1 so. Catter,Sultonand all the most famous performers lie (irat, a jd dam lit M itihliss, sire of the I'nnecpt, 5i'. ti're ifsetenteei i ls performert t is aire In unmistakable ipiantity. (, ill a Vermont is the sire nf d.im of Cllin.u, j ji Print. Mesnger will make the teaton at and tires in England. Ihltliortc will stand l'lrstdim llamile, bt Hamlet, l'i. lh tire of (Winner Hoi. a it. Ill.ick M iru. a yri. I.adt Oa the dam ut Ol V I'anllind 1 Jo, jd d.ini Lind'-ra- , , 2 56, and Login a oV, , .iltn sire of the dams nf moor 1 3J,b) llainbietniian, 10, the sire of Dettt-rn (ambctta W ilkcs a .. The-- King 3J)tf, Nellie I. From the Elders of Rowland Church. '7K i ,d il'im lit Imp C mitternation , 4U1 dam b CECIJLIAN AT $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. l a aj!. t)utlu aa8',, a 30, L.idt D.iils JlVl Wathingtont.ra) , 5th dam Mjgg) b) Imp D10 l"s""'''l"l-c(tTheBernion of Dr. Kendiick was juil,IlLitrice j t('. Lad) P.itchcn J.toS, .md Ken-- ' medc F. ."". milc,o f tfj tuckv Gentleman a 4H, and sire ot the-- ad il.un i,f I'rincupt, 5.t. the sire ut rinkct 111, and u lithed at my request ami I endorse even . ATCTT 11111 I liotnpson a 104 rceord.uf, j. or better; b) Wrwelford S AI.I.IOVSl I TPr M others with Ja k WWW J IJ word contained theieiu. WIl lOOO. son b( Mambrino Chut and Rttdik's II.tiiibletoui.in, bt Abd.ill.ili, sire nf Mambrino '' Mr alter J jt: lit il.un In Charle-- t Ivunt marc. Woodbine, dam of Wedgctt'd all First dam AVillh, Klder. II. X. rlay h.rte jo hands high, bt ien Ilroeik , it In Imb ilellfoundcr; adil.im One Lc, b) lllthop Primrose, sister to Malmaiaon, dam of Maitetui, and Carter b) M.1I1I I dill tint 'invtliiiKr nf tin. le- - 'ivn Jam of rellowplay Kell., Drakesand Snend Il.11nl1I1.t11n1.nl. jd dam Sllterl.iit, bi Imp Mes- ttial a i(i,, hy Abdalluh I ;, sire of Goldsmith Ha. g jil, n ill right in I it .w rta.'t f,i raft nnd lln.t. ,jdam.l.r. te. id dam Horinc. (Idle- - senger a Rinhk's ll.unliletiinl in fs the sire of a J id dam lllack Ko, dam ot Darkness 1 dam WILKES. e I bi Lexington, CiUiat for the publication Ol Dr. Ken- - thnff-ditNettle- li and 17 others with records of iju or llermosa, tnu' aio'.b) Tom I'eome-r- ; 3d book Heller; nUn of tne dams n( Trinket J i( mid 35 by Cannon's Whip, in dam bt Itobin (Ira) ; mid sdam ut Imp dlcncoc do tolhcttud at$JOf raja, k e Ji .nd $16 f.r a imiei- -i rour )e ir old record t je duck's y'llllOH, Imt I CllllOl'Se till' Ser- - for evtended pedigree, and hnd no richer blood Co others it ith records of 1 30 or better tureali.uig, mm en Inn. tame I'sntllnd A ?o, b) Hamlet 1O0, Ihe sire-olute he comet of, ,calander Vermont Downing") by Hill's Illiek Hawk, Volunteer. S3, tire ut St Julien 1 ilfc. Oloster a 17 SLNKNIV HL mi.LKs nir sl.so M - IIVK.IIMVN, euon and the action of 18m. Waie and tonciugtire and dam.indhnd iheus bnghtett pages illumine bothbt Volunteer 55 bt lUmblolisalciii mid others sire of I than Allen a $'$ Vermont Hook lull lor i4J ,s the r intli great. Kl think Mr. Williams owes the doctor and of (lleneoe, ichioicmentt He combines latter blood ing'sj is sire of the dams of Knigtu.i, a , IDoitu birtt ilini Lid) Patriot, dim ot .Sontiiwl 1 )J li) ind alxi Lesingtnn and Phaeton, the thro' the dam .apology. If any one ba- - strayed fiom luttire, I'cn Hroeek and Lexington Imee through sire ofWilson j ol Mambrino Urine, the sire of oung I'.itriot llellc AH SPKCI I. NOIICK. erhte and 11111) Hilton, tbe dam jf leu llrocek Hank, bv Shcrniin Morgan, dam tint true path ISio. Williams has done so andOlenco, lhr.ee in Klorine, Poeahontat, ef If .1 Hills lllack mare Hill's t t IiioKurlng thetertiecs l ihishlglily breri )cung ' , s 1st trotting A lllack II. ink i tin- stallion to the public I feel a.sured that th - Itai K I () SI A nrtii Ii X good, tint joiing adage, "lllood iiiiltell, cuid we feel that he (Weivcs to be 1X1 UU, ro ,,f llellu 01 .s.ir.itng.i my, I. .meet a '74, .ippreelite him, not only 1H " "l lJl l ' n horte mil prote hit ti rth lit getting progent lint I'tan Alien a act., .11111 1 oung ,iucrii,i iu trotter himself, but as u horte ultote- breeding jJcjitisoiI of bis sin. Mill sliutt in Iront 'at llietinitli " lie Is greatl) in a 2J anj u t)lt slrc r ,lc d , of iatl,0 , t, him iimutig die I remott m the hind ranks l , ,. marks and form like hit tire, the famous len llroeek GcI) 'wl,tj brother In Majolica 13 CHICKEN 3 20i, uii Tennessee .I.T. OMImi:, Klder. is ned Intormtd, Jt .1 )tur old he itliqte.t.milc record lMnnly been beaten by hit son lU the founder nf the ijre.it lllack Hawk I mull Hat- horse, li hnnd .. - 1.1 ,. nt ie nialu and lema e ne moot a lour starled in sctcr.il elutelt untested a races, proting high Unit b Robt lln-lie- r, ui4tcMiici,a i"iii'i" 'V vui.ni. conclusiiel) Inou h ease thit he is game, reliaSew ork Cit) well put up, ttnngl) knit and hit the mutcles ind better represent itltes foaled iu ! .irel It race horse At Lalnnla lie start Startle, ble, ! A faun-hous- e old record t 10, sire ot Mi; d buine'l near AiJiiit!-ton- , iiuartert ot alt tlie oett detcejidentt i Lexington, bv Old Columbus, sire ol ed against Jaek lll)ilen, Columbus (II irkle-t'I! and others, and mil make the teaton at hi I II'.I.NDOI I. Alls Confidence 3 if, iluiu a Messenger m ire Hrt d im Jst.ie Kirk 1 4)1;, dam of LijUie j w eusil) in three straight heats, time, Neb., ami all of the seven .sleeping to uiture b Clark t hief, tire of Cratie 1 i)K sd d un II OldCohunlius 2 S contcrted picer, brought .ila)sttne, Nt, wnu r.igie nird lady dam of Little Mitt 1 3t and Charley rn- I I 35't, a 3? ftjt, nnlide-nis, Co.uiubus .... Ircwi Clin ida, sire nt inmates weie cremated. nnnin nlli ,. ,lw.l li... ' 3 16), tneing bt dipt. W.ilkrr, tire ofd mis r ll.ir , ot. llfl.Jnliilnl" ...,1 I, 1mil 1..... I n. nut . .. ,,. ,,,.., .. ..I.11, ..in (iiimr i.li.illiif II .1 , inn nine 01 1 ji V trotted r 11 iiket 2 34, 311 uam 11) ranrtirs ru 1,4111 1' Allen O. Myer wax by iinii .iimi tin; ui ine iiiiiious a mis 111 iieu irVHisstui sertlec is limited t 1" upprutc uy iirowu rnoi, ure ol Ihe dam ot lionald im 3;, Nameless 2 10. Pu mures Morrill 1 37. Loule V. 1 .ludgo 1'ugh, at Columbus, to pav a fine ytid llotalind 3 all., jth dim In I adet ton nf Her oung Columbus Is the sire of ill lllack cult, foiled in iSSj; of rm.JiT1 r ir t)f J00 and be iinpiisoned for 00 days C t Cliyais, Ctclone i by C iliban 731, (tire itt 2 to or better performers, nnd lie h.is 4 sons that ' sswp TiViTTTTVTTT fTarT"HTT truiid iiioroiignured) Limited1 DOl.l lts to aj!.,, C jatter aj6( tn 35 appr ned inture.t m.ire In foil WXaLXJwoJC1 sireof hate sired 3 jo or better performers Old Coluui V4.LjaJ.N V X JSd maret lor contempt of com t in the tally sheet dim MieeO bt Pascard ajo.tonof Almoin, Finely bus Is the founder of tho Columbus (.unlit, which, fannie W ithcnpoon,? i6!i ; ad dam Madun Me senger lluel, lait SireJ l'ilot, Jr, blood bIcMiJwntntlicU.istliattlic of used to be inanagini: 1 ties into Jiockca.it le river, SILAS VAUGHIT, 10,-00- BLTJEMOITT. 1 rich dark ba), with black pointt, on him. heats mane and till, is' As to hit breeding dual a nerfect model refer to an) oflutlatt )ear' coin, which are, lid without a tingle csccplmn, large, line and Color llelow it hit pedigree No. 4; IIRF.KCHI.OADLK, bi), foaled in i5o. II) Imp Itilltt, i.w t dam Nellie Vile), (grand djm of lllnrtte by nctcnption and I'edigree S:MARKAWAY,2875. record a ji Ihititatert tt)lithcdl. kind and gentle harnctt HIstkiiMiil pr.mi.e in be agieathur I'ritate tn il at ( trait ot ige on h ill mile traik to forlhettud He hat me. tl)le, Itone and m wagon J i Will make the teaton al Tr.N Dill D uk bay tV, hands high The finett hor.c, tiance the bett breeder ind the hlghctt brv d horse In Mtiiger Chief J 1!'" ,hc '"" IUth hortet will teawmal m farmem the Nlif Kenturkt otteretl tn the puhlu at lo a price and and Caipenler Slition turnpike, a oil. nu on terms to UMr.ii Ilia, k stallion, ifi handt high, loalcd In lil,.ire b) Almoin I'nnce rirtidam by Romulut A monl I'ritue by Almonl 31, tils of 30 prrformei. In the 1 jq htt Hit dam the dam of Mollie Ion., JW . d -- BOTAiV, (348 D, blitd 1 1 .- EOERSON WILKES. FET s,-r- 111 V 1 VermontHambletonian V brit-din- firti-cla- 1 1 4 I Fifteen Dollars to Insure, V STALLIONS FOR 1 1 11 e.tl, - b IMP. ICOHTDOKr, 1 stu-,,1- PKINUEiMKSSKNf.ER. 1 er 1 111 few-year- s Dalc-tma- 1 - GRAKTBV, 2489. 1 j; d lt ' ' di. l! -- 1 ' I'e-ar- ' PARK. Sio to Insure Living Coll rfm'KFr'0 1 jii,, , 1 1 n, - GMDETTH PHOCTOR KITOTT, sif , f f 1- 1 - tne-ol- 11 - , y fiAlTTEE Asthe-publi- - 1 letct-hcade- d s O-.- C e . f .t ... ?. ni. 11 if'... i. ty ., Cholera Cure 1 I s I 1 - 1 1 W dfiMr vhm. He the Cincinnati Kmpiircr. Muj. .1. editor '4 K r - kftf mrsh American Cliy, sire of t.rantille 336; 3d dam bj '"c lint tnli.lt Mltli till, l!r.,r.l nf jonn campoeu, son 01 itagner; ju aain iviikcn AT $15 TO INSURE, net, by Mingo, son of ,American I., lipte; Alniont Tr.lde, litis been lieiieillli b) Alexinder't Abdall-ih- sire of (.old.mtlli .Maid, a 14 itt dam b) Mambrino Chief, sire of dam of And wllli'oin training the itt ol lune. Vini will ii, Freight and Passenger Agent of the 1'irecior 3 17, au uim itate oy runt, jr, sire 01 find on Im estimating the icillgrce that he U one e 1 11c anal) it(oi init uam ii .iiauu o. 2 o3 of the best bred oung horses smith of the Hiter Tsame road. shnns two crot.es ol Mambrino Chief, two He has the blood of George Wilkes, American Tho House Committee on Labor at of Pilot, Jr.two of Henry Cliy and oneofilam-bletonlan- , Cl.i) and Messenger to back him tor a speed pro- C ark Chief.) pacing and thoroughbred Washington has reported a bill which foundation builthit upon awill serve mares al I'll uucer -- Kenny Wllkt'a wus sired by Lyle I Pcdlgre-cult (ilcntlcv, will stand at Jiuthe ir.rurance, mone) TF.KN DOLL U(S to insure Wilkes 4650, lre ol Mattlc Wilki-saju-; due it hen the (.11 Is .itecrt.iliieel or the mare parted 1st dam liroposcH to protect free labor from the Zclk.i b) 3d Hiawatha, lull sister In Maud W'll. with Ha) horse, 1; hands high, llred by J. C Mc elTectH of convict labor by confining the Hams 2 26, 21I dam Tina by Mambrino Messenger Ferran & Son. I.ourtvllle Kr Foiled .Mw loth of Messenger Chief, who sired sire of 18 sale of the goods, which and merchanSired by Cii)ler, sire of Klvira, 4)ear-olMaud Mtt.iiiL'cr 3 i6J: t d.im b Downing's Hay record C)J; it dun Most Rote (own utter to ith dim by 1 ounir dise manufactured by convicts to the A dare bay horte i)'i handt high, it a p endid Mcengcr, Hunt's Coinmoduic, Jefferson, pacer; Priiie-ep- t tire of Trinket 1 11 and 16 oiher of t to 5th dam bv Wm M Kuc's Will make the nrc.cnt scaoii Mambrino Ss'tate in which they are produced. ure of com'iined tiabion, will tie permitted to tcrte mares I.)leWikt 4630 son of Oiorge Wilkes; 1st Training St ible at Jjoto insureata tiling cult or lo or better) by 1Woodfordd dim Crimrote W .Ijn. ,,r lo'e.: Anotitstord al Sti to In, ure dam Lou Coons, by American Clay, ad dam No. Princcps sire or Irlnkel f 14 by Alecauder't Ab. season, casfi at time 01 sen ice We will al9 stand the noted jacr, kornlos bt Mambri'no Chief, 3d dim Mrs Caudle, Ihe is a years He datlah sire of (! oldtmilh M lid ' 14 , 3d dam lllick It ltrcustoiiiary for all our people to old; lOhai d high, a beautiful dam of Krtcson) 3d Hiawatha by Hiawatha, son bay, with hue mane nnd tail, a perfect mod- Rote dam of Dirknest 17 and Native Atneri o( Imp Albion, d im Outlier's Maid Ji) Mambrino come to town. tnrn out when a circus EMORY, can t 33i' by lorn Teenier, 4th dam by Cannon's el and a perfei t saddle horse Messenger Downing's Hay Mcttenger by by Rohm lira) TWKN Sired by llubble'n Denmark, known It Is also customary for all who have ev- At $10 to inture 1 aking slie. style and breeding nlncrs, dam bv Imp Messenger Downing's Has First dum Mollie Mounts, by C.ibbc's as Qn Time Whip: jih dam insure a mare in foal 1'Y 1 1 VK Ha) Lexington; DOLLARS 10 Messenger It the sire of Lad) Martin 233. Jim 3d Marcs kept on grass at Jj per month at owners' dim by Voung America, lie by Taylor's Mes. er tried Gnnter'ri chicken cholera cine to intocontideration, we thine thitthechcapctt tinea Porter 3 aiW. Mambrino Messenger, slreofOcn, Denmirk, tthiili glvea risk. it to their neighbors. It is eter offered. on grass at $1 per month. No respon. Oeorge II 1 hoin.u, who sired Scott Thomas 1 11, sengur; ,d dam by Miller'sbett sad Jle stock In the due if Horses standing by the insurance, money Maret kept ihe mare it parted wiih If any mare bred him a double cros of the ami Lad) K.3 39. world ; 4th d un by John (Hunt, one of the best race 10 either of these hones It retired to another horte fold on the plan of "no cure no pay" by sibihty For further nanicu'ars callonorajdrets S it or J. II IIAUUHMAN, Ihe money will be due Hooks are now open and IMOS.C UOIIINSON, horses in the world ; sth dam b) W'ny lit AfcliobertH & Stugg. W M UUK, Dantilte, Ky. Bianiorn, Ny. rapid!) tilling. 1., li. & C ! CKCII 'J Stanford. Ky. ! s W.Stine was the Louisville .Southein raihoad smd A. V. Lul'ayette, formerly with the 1. .(-- tire Pilot, sire of IlanuU 1 17. Mimlirino tuft a 30) dam Cttia.bt C'iiut M Cla v. Ir. tire of llarri Clay 311'i.Jiiu .1,1 iseai bt Almoin, 01 bi liener.il liiilor reuimnni filam of Kmma I. 3 ) ear-olHim im 141, and Pununa a record 2 jS1,, Alice b) Drennun, pi d.im Caliban 731. I) Mambrino 43 I .i to Kcntuck) 1 I I'u'jiiuii 2171, uam JIMA MtisrT X r l y 1 1 l IV r iritr. IJJIVLg. rr I I Sire ol Maud Messenger 210V,, Abel 3 34': and others first dari ad) C urr) b) I ) ttou, ireol 1 C. F. CIA"2T, I Leonard, ij 1 hit loung stall ointill make he season at tl lf .i"d will be- limited tu Incut) in ire-- I pcu-igre- .Mjrni,rlno.Medle)I.on..f,MiiiibrinoCliiet, 11, jd dam )' norman Olint lew is aba) stallion, 54 hands high, foaled und huidtomi-- In lSj, bciutilul in colorlialinccd gait nnd form and ' hat true, ueli doubted speed, hating shown quarters In J74 sec . lie-1(mils when J id no track work last year His disposition is pcrieet nnu 111s oiood lines first class L) tton, ihe sire ot his dum, wilt b) 'Ihorndale aasji, asunof tint famous mare, Doll), (dam of Director 3 I7,and Onward 3 33 ) 1st dam by Hrown Chief 4115 brother in blood to the grc it ' 1 M 1111 1 Muggie K 1 37 son o( Ihorndale- a 3i't ; 3d dam In ne) tar old remrd 3 tl Hay hone foaled April 16, 1S.i1 Sired hj Call ban 3 14 slreof C)clone 3 33V , nt dam Soprano, dam . f Lminence 3 )ear old record 3 37), and full titter to Stemwat 3 ) earmold record 3 33U and So o 2 38). by Slratumore, sire of Santi Claut 3 I7H 3d dam Abbess idam of Sleinwa) 3 )eir.od recurd t 23V4 and Solo I by Albion sire of an. uy r.ur .11urth.1l Nay, son of im 4i ; 3d dim DyShVKN TV ported VK DOL-- I AKS the se.iton, with Ihe utti il return SSrW Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi, era. It is more fatal to chickens than .ill other diseases combined. But the discovery of a reineay tnat positively cures it has been made, and to be of its efficacy only rehires a trial lvntti ;c a.. one hundred chickens. It is gUar. T) usinS of bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken return it to the undersigned unci your money will be refunded. con-vince- ak. LIGIITIIEART, GROVER CLEVELAND. PEYTON the-da- d d a co-cen- f,nk ? tuo-third- s - For Sale by McRoberU &lagj. mm.' a fifififififififififififiaVjlfifif)aiHfB&aki3111111111H m n - niTHIInl ' "- m MTiLL1LLLLTF.Biii U : kx ... ' m- rnlT - , r .r 1.. . . W I ,..,,., ... . . ,r .ZJ -n'frf'r-'-wli ww rt i VT - A - J-- .4 I ..., JI"