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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888051501 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. GOD Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY -- 15, 1888. MACBETH l.ICK i , NO. 27. TIUIVI.'MAIS', SURGKON I1KNTIST, IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. i'Wa.ihi: Tii ii won l.inT.U FltOMOKOItliK". l,I.NF KiU8. ,,,,,,,,,, Tin,,!lrtiw met l.v accident in the wood on' ..VHttnhoxSr., Ati.xntx, .Mxv7, AS. Saturday and'after i'irolinn a tlht fol- Pr.xit Ivtkimoh: I lieard Bishop j.rtion Jliete can )e to hoy clioirs in all i(UC,i, f,, which cluhs wore freely used. the (Jeornirt diocesan, preach ,mr ,.,m,lieH. Kttrt ,.ft Anjjliii mi the iounl for dead vostordnv. ThislstheltdSouthorn pnipii-- ' The Binhon eoninlimented the church ' ,1M1i ... i. ...,.,,., Mr- .i...imi,.ti.. AiuIumhh .li.- -l uv.l. mix rnr- f(llll etor of lawn sleeves it has heen my ps,d tl) mVe a hmken uesday morning aKed over (M) years. She fl'1 WIW ,,P0IK favorite and Macbeth' thiir iiiii-- !i un.l the piaise was jiiht. rlll, fortune to hear. I Ills lexerenn lainerii .v cornet led them, ami the scrwee no- - ar, rib and eoiitiiMoiiH on was a niemherof tho l'reshyterian church ownerH "made a killing," tho odds i (iod," liketho Bisliop.sofMisissippiandjp, wJt, ,i iniireh fiom a room in lli'' t,(, lt1l( aIlli (of which her hushand, (Too. B. Andor-- ' u p,Vcari()iis condi-- to l. Iheliwt race, 25 " Uuisiuna, is an oxteui.oro Hpeaker, full fr,lt ,.rl,er of tho spacious chinch, ' tio U.n, wasa ruling older) more than 40 ' man- w,,.,,. the hoys first d of ready iittoraneo and niceful of MeKeo, son of Dr. Me-- vears. Thewholo comiiiunitv attended live furlongs, was won hy Madistono, Two mileme South of Stanford on N'cal'n Crvck jom.,,, miik with at CarlUlc, K Addros W.CItAIG imr, withal. Ho pro.iehed in St. Hill-- ,,M,i, in full chorus, mvnu? tho idea "l Kee, of Pittmaii, Fl.i., formerly a citizen her funeral and sincere mourners Santa Cruz second and Liherty third. FKaXk after oonllrminK 10 candidates, old UK W tIKKBr.KT, 1.1 TENN (l tu. distance, voiy perfectly. of ,., pm.et is ,m. on u vjjti ,H ,1,m. ju,rl ,K. hc.,lU,.i,r0. and youiu:. Ilis address to the confirm-- Then the doors gradually and slowly m.,.,.,,u.( -- Tins celebrated bonediiht fertilizer, Tho horses were started firht from tho clerkship at London and will & n of a ,.,,t,.r ,,,,,,,, this in a short time. W. B. for which Mr. Win. Ilarvoy, of Somor-ees was exeoedinuly practical and point, opened; keeping up the pole, l.lheity winning. Tho till llnally they wore Crenshaw, a former civil eiiiuo'r on tho hot. is agont, is heing introduced hero was, hrielly, this: It nearer approach; DENTISTS, discovered and tho nice run The reason there is so much infidelity thrown wide and tho full tide of melody K ,. now located at Cumberland Gait with miiMi.ler.ihle Zealand under liL'h mistake was much lmrMt out. Then they inarched, keeping Tunnel, under eoiiMruction, was hero on testimonials. It gives promise of great over, The second nice aOffice on Lancaster St.. opno. lH!ILLU miles was in the world is liecHUsothoie iso mie .ourt-hi( All work guaranteed to five ea eliriMiunlty in tno mm. n. tune an.I Mop, ilown tho longaisle to uio; Sun,iliv Powell's Valley gain to the farmer and a juhilee to the tire tatiifactioii t. Kiiy Woii hy Term Cotta ' Bairistorsocondand iYet tho world is wrong in its ehaneel, followed hy Boetor and Bishop; M,ail will he lini"hed to the iap within a perseoutod gardener, enriching the hoil, IRRKINS INO. K. s, MAHTIN W.vtkinx. IImodiiea n, K M K, iS3; nig Says tho man who holds himself hlj hinKig harmoiiioily; and tiling f,.w n,i,rt and that the several road foundering the cut worm, extorminating hioohin thinl; time 1:50. aloof from tho Church: "I see so much right and loft tisd: their seats in front of uniler construction towards that point the Colorado huu. annihilatiiiL' the cah- Albright .V Martin heg tu inform their many ' friends and customers of the change in firm namt Ihat I can't approve in piofoMS'd cluis- the altar rail, in pews prepaiod for the mv milking favoiiihle progiess. hago destroyers and hreaking the heart ," THOMAS D. NEWLAND ti.nis, they act so wrongly in husiness enoir. unenine servic.-- weie omi me A terrible siK.oting allray Kmik pliiee oi the surreptitious mole as soon as his MARTIN & PERKINS, .... l... li.... t .in,,, mil. i.vil .. t.i. :. I a Candidate for rceleciinu to the office of '., ...ill U114 11. .I.I , i, ,11, i.':.i v muttons they conform m cowanllytoun-w r inn i.Miiniii .'it i.ii'.ii.i- iiiiuim(:.: i.iiiui'.s iiiui.iii mill ii sheriff, ul)ject to the action of the democracv j The nevr firm hopes not only lo sustain the repuwill not join a the folding door gntduallx closed: ami hrintLiti practices; that f K.ktnstle and Lincoln counties, Ik- - inter send to Ilarvoy for a sack and he Ution of the old, but intends to make many int the manufacture of tobacco sshtch are." Now, however when, as if fiom the oices of angels, in tw,.,. t'ti.ih Alhiight and .F0I111 Bongo joyful in a great deliverance. iMdy where the vsil' will he to JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, j mntnirntctheininterest of ourto customers. We l.e.il true" these cliarp-- may ho, tho conclus- the our rsatur.il sky, tin mint, nut meiooioiis .,iul hi two hiiih. Alhnght had a lease desote peclal attention nothing, Mr. Kditor, to- i . r i; 1..- Can you do .. . I. ..I ..e t.. brands of Kentucky's best leaf. 1 hanking you "Amen seemeit wiilsicren irom anoui- - ,m M)I(. j,,,,,),, ik.i,,iij-ii- i to the unr wan! uMUupnjr the uiunitornal nittor- - Court of Aprcui from this, the jj iitr..t subject for past favors, and asking for a continuation 01 ion is dishonest; and seen to he such, ' t Irtu Respectfully yours, jour trade e remain own aoatlons thev em- ersphiTi', tho congrepition rose ami in their ' if It in t tri lli.nificrjri' lu.irs fr,.ttini; tlmhor and taking oil' iit'i-- that seems to bo springing up he ; jSim MAKim v 1.I..I. unit Williams V ,a,i ,i,ved onto tho Itsi'l'll II.... ni'llill 11 ploy no such reasoning. They do not ed silently out, with the liusli ol .oiees .,.ni. Dili's, sr vtr l iti", . ts i JH. r. M.f,)ro Alhiiglit had linishod 't They are both old enough to avoid pol-- , i'l. A. Hty, "A Wilishonest in his hanking op- from a heavenly world upon tliem. A. L)., A. j know when h.ie heeii moio ini- - jn(, eration, it is not trade, hut swindling ho the hark, and on going there omics. It would probably tend to edit!Arabrtinol niiomiot f hy the ...ii,,,, shonlil thev lav aside their armor on; I will not he a hanker." "B is pressoil hy a little pioii acima man ai . . k . curies i0.t tt(H ..... . Ami I thought it nnoiy n,.IlB1.s wt, m,H un.l iiiMolx. They at- - j,ud spend tho evening of their days in LANCASTER, - - - - KENTUCKY. St. Philip-a scoundrel; he lies without stint in LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. goods; I will go out of the diy aiidappiopriatoand as acceptahletothe tempted to open fire upon him, hut by Undying "tho things that make for Makes a specialty of coal, miner il water and f their wimimiiis goinls husiness." If they would not argue I.OBDasthe wliisponsl orshouted tones m, m.aH peace." It would surely he moio pleas mineral!Analysis Analytical work of any kind Send for a circular '3 THE LARGEST AND FINEST a pistol, a ant wore they to try to' elicit the oxpres- - this in secular all'airs, is if fail to do w of the preacher, which, lino and spinta-it,jHu.n Alhiight tln-holug noons acting, in itn turn what is it, but (, tniiiiKt But this in leligious matters'. and began the deadly sion, "Behold how these brethren love NT MB HOTEL IN THE CITY. true, it is also true that a worldling will "stage thunder" employed naturally and rk .i,,m Bengo was hot across tho one auoiuer, anna more uuing ' ' k temple, tearing out both eyes. John, MT. VEIINON, KY. toutiuuo to he stumhled hy what ho sees piously for holy purpones-- And to the colestials to go hand in myself, and others, an- discord and aw k- - jr.f wsm RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDamong christians. ,(,t through the breast and hand. HMel is still maintainThis oli and I have just returned from a trip to Palwardiiossinun'iieooplablo to the don 01 1(1',i,.r and Younger IVngo through' ING to rooms: ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Speharmony and tinier, than melody ami el- - tu. CHURCH AFFAIRS. , estine. I will toll ou what saw in All will die. All the jurties, cial attention tu the traveling public Tw w,.. farinern. The Bongos' The "Chunh of tho Holy sep optionee in singing and M. I' NKWCOMU, Prop., Klder Luriniore has just closed a TURKISH .t RUSSIAN I1ATHS JX HUl'bL ilin iiiin.dnti In niuunr il II. fcl.. I. :.. .. ..ii.it ' It. .ii e.r ..1.....1...1 ulchre," huilt on the spot whoio legend Ml. Vernon, Ky, ' " " ... -- ' at the nutnut street Christian Sj tl ,. .; .... '........,, ..., . s M. ,,' II..,, , ' , ,..,,. ... allirms the ImxIv of our Lord was laid af iUMI 'H'l ill iiiiiii 'iinwir, t ,NUitn, . n ..ii;,' u iiiiin uit'f nun iM itu'tmuiin, i iroek, BHBnaMaJriiHaMM death, ladonu's to the (,Ver the knuckles for being in debt Pj.. i.t ' ' " t'atheilral at imilalo, Cnpld's Triumph. Coptic and AhvMiniau iihistiins. A their handsome church. Thusly: - . fn. ii,,, .m. Mm. i i.n..t Tlntw. burned Friday, as. thelro.sult 2of an ex- bnyt- . you ought to pay . . "You can pay it and . " Mohammedan sentinel, with xel ' STANFORD, KY., pay bis .lav. long before o'clock, the Chiistian llosion of natural gas. it was valuoil at has to stand guard over the sacred jjt. An honest man who r net, base purchased the lumber yards of Mes.rs. .fiVMKK); insurance SW),(X0. (Jeorge I) XVearen And I M llruce and ssill open was literally picked with rela uMuYhU win do it. An honest church chuivh ,1, to keep these christians from At the church mooting Saturday tho .. big yard at the one purchased of Mr. XVearen E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. llesides lumber in rough and ting each other' throats, when thoycomo ought to do what an honest man docs. lues ami (riomls, who came to winters Baptists hy a unanimous' vote invited a large line of window sashes,dressed, and sill cirry shingles, doors laths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by to worship where the ImkIv of the Prince Ami what is dishonest in a man is dis- - tho marriage of Mr. Curtis liovor and Uo J. M. Bruce to preach for them du- Mr. XX'earcn. S O HOCKKK Hotel still maintains This old and of I'caeooneo lay. I'aiiey tho thoughts honest in a church." There he left them, Miss Maggie Davis, which was performring his coming visit on hi return from its high reputation, and its Proprietor is delcrmin. . unison in a very ooau .1. of that Musxahuanw hen christians try to impaled. I thought it was neatlx am! od hy ltov. ed that it shall be second to no country Hotel in ..i thoTioneral Association. A P. MRIU SO IIOCk'EK.SEC His an-- huSsiM-lINF(.lrr. the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attenput. The Bishop talks plainly. tiful ami appmpnato manner, inoai- u.nvert him to Christianity! Tho Midway church has by a vote Duvall ami on the "I.lentitv of tho An-- i tendant were I'rof.' C. tion to his ''iiie.ts. Haggage conveyed to and STANFORD weris, "Iin't send missiionariosto me;! of .) to called How A. S. Motl"ott to its Special accommod from depot free of charge race with the ton lost' tribes of Mis Alice Ward; Mr. B. (i. (.oxer and wild them to your own people to teach congregation hero FLMIHG MILL CQMFMY to Commercial 1'raselers. Sav- - Israel," in the .lew bdi synagogue at ::'M Mis I.illio Thixton; Mr. .1. B. I.eavell pastorate, but if his them tho knowledge of their own We Morethauoiie and Miss Mary Thixton and Mr. B. II. can prevent it, ho will not accept. Manufacturer, ol . to a good audience. i'ir 0. LOUIS SOHLEGEL, l'rav without ceasing for a consistent, in that congregation besides myself, Vanlnxik ami Mis Beauregard Steuart haw never known a p.istor to bo more Woathorboardlng, Ceiling, dosorx-edl- y Flooring. holy, religious life, that "lie who runs were thoughtful oxer the anomaly that a Messrs. .1. H. Bailey ami ilson Dilhon lieloxod than ho, nor none more Finishing Lumber. Mouldings, Sash, so. may read." Miss Louana James, open their acted as ushers. Etc. Sash. Door and Blind always .low ish congregation threw ICY i Box. Dr. K. M. Green and Hox I). liiriCMONJJ pray you haw the "courage of In atock. to one whom they it... who was to haxe phyod the xvodding synagogue disus lion." ."our only to sin. rnhoiuid march, was prevented from doing so on Ilarvoy (ilass, assisted hy Mr. II. C. Kara . entile, and witli whom they Photographs in all styles and sixes. Pictures lis ris, all of Danville, Ky., will bo in Somim fearlessness in all else, while treading India Ink, Craon an XV'ater Colors. New dilloredona xital point poi turning to, account of her father heing very ill. erset on tho L'Oth of this mouth, that beof duty. the pntli Mis Anna l'ish piosided at the organ in : w bile the door of every ohi in ill l .t it sery lor,pnc;H. LONDON, KENTUCKY. Pmiilh "row in amee. Noer 1m tian chunh in Atlanta were herine.tical-- ; her stead. The church was artistically ing the third Sunday, to organize tho Somerset I'ro.sbytoiian church. The mem- CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. .itistled without substantial piogns S. O. DAVIS, to one who agreed witli thoii and beautifully decorated for tho bers have heretofore worshipped with Lipid and steady. on exerv xital point, in the sion. it was tiuly a charming scene PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, I'isgah church, ." miles from town. excellent adI call that a timely ami Thoroughly Kenosated and Refurnished. leave the awful iw.t1 ami the htigit lamp light- - added greatly the chiistian faith. dress Afterwards tho good Bishop, be- w ithout comment: i,s hcauty.tlay being entirely shut out. Boportor. I'are and Reasonable Prices. Day and night MT. A'ER:sr02S", lv V. ' TlioSouthein Baptist Convention or Trains are met by Polite Portcr.''of this Popular .. iIIL.Hl ..1 ....,.t....w ing full of I'alistino, hi lately visited, ,1... ni'l MU- - IM Ci.n.l Iiiiniediatelv after tho ceivmony the on- ,it , . .11 ..:..i.. gaw a sketch of his rumble there; wiy eordla Hall, which is engaged this week, ' tire bridal party and many of their gan.m. a K.ch.non,. o,ecung .sex a . . House. Office next door to XX'hitehead's Drug Store. ....... .... .1... .1 . M ...I. v .... l!iv,, nf tin. IiimwviIIk '1 Iii'dliii'irul elii- Specialattentiongisen to diseases of children " ....-. interesting, as lectuie, and with an or' ami unobtainable. Wo leave lor lack ol inonosunne ... w, JICTCSLK. j s IIAS.S. t ,iMoii:il touch of real ojoipioiiec. M,s. (iover, acco.upan.ed by the .nary ,,n...K.. ; I.. W .Nor cm treasurer a place to preach in. Atlanta is poor .1. ami METOALF & HAYS, and . Ijtltuo Ihomas, auditor, also of the ser- . ' ; . Communion afterward;! made K. DAVIS II MIL. 1CW nm.ni. Hirst twocoiiiileMiamed took the train Ulll The board leported tho ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. all three hour. A trial of to- - m... return tut they Louisville. vice in i....i..i. 1...11..J fur l.nuwvilli. On the housiiess to tho llcslt, but the "Body ,aml b.uie.1. So wo move 0.1, after two! will visit Mr. and Mrs. John Uovit ami number of accessions to tho church in HARilOVRVll.U: and l'INKVII.I.E, K n Held and the HUS.I BKs IN and Blood" repaid the waiting. But I weeks f hlesfing to ouivohos and are oxpecie.i oaci; neio 011 .siomiay hom the home Will practice in any court in V. istern Kentucky cost of the work was $177,75",. should gladly haxe iinsHid the l'alestlni-Kxanuuations of land lilies nude a specialty Any )iii .,iM. t,e I.OKD for diiocting! hiring the ceremony tho biide was Owing to a thtoat trouble and gener- site tracts of timber. .o.l and mineral lands for iittiiytl in an elegant nine .,ii talk, that any one can nwi in a imn-- j our sale. Information turiushed u.i any point md cori.:,,.,.,..,, (,:,.,tin. Teiin., ROWLAND. KY , t dred books. Allowance must bo innUoj eioui irax'onng sun, witit ii;u ami guni-- al debility, Bex. 11. C. Morrison had to respontlence sniintea J( x Hascju.t oiieneJ a new stock of Men's: and Ilo' to match. She is one of our loveliest elose his mooting Sunday night. Then? lor a trawler, howexer, win. naturally (!i:o. (). ButM'.s. ,'u,r j .1,.,,,, EDWARD H. FOX, Clothing, Mats, Cans, Hoots, Shoes, Dry (ioods, will be delighted wity Notion, and .iinily (roi.rries Also dealers m young ladies, s en- - weie no additions, but wo loam that thinks his heareis and most attractive exchange for Coal among the ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, goods Couutrj prodiue tiken inome one, c me what basso recently ohiuined him. A the following tlowod with an amiable, joyous disposi- - much good was accomplished at highest market priie 'i'.K editor has iecoix-o- members, xvho renewed their obligations all, and learn the a damages In trade one. . roat mistake, hut a wry common f sh.rmaii. Texas, which we.tion and possesses those accomplishDANVILI.K, 1CV. ' I have some dear friends who "wear me meiits that will make her a tiuo help of better work fur tho Master's cause. It L.ive as a euriositx building opposite ne lu. Hasinoscd regret that ho the postoihce tand i elcKaut thin eser prepared to v..,- - is a subject of general nit" with. "When I wa inbetter Mic -- As it Ben lo aux niiinv xeai meet ami pniu.i niueo.i ougui .mi. accommodate lie pubuc with fine pictures from could not have remained longer. i"r that on know what U ,,,.'1 jeft vour Butiful County ."loam vor to bo of the treasure he has won phot'igraph to I'fe si;c. Satisfaction guaranteed. 3Iulial lAfc w t the weary itoiut.oir. . . p e , people llohas been hv.ng here about eight tm.lllfnril, v.m k a lesson from it. Who know Co., Philaa partner with his eousui. learned (i.hm-.a many wooden months and is thsosjoHs .uuihjij bh.Helf, though.1 lVihapssomo of n.y Hrit,0 Hllw , doing I.Mr. B.C.. (iover, in his huge livery sta- - "'" thul ( nmkos friends haxe said: "Bro. lkirnos ,n m,ntIll.r im,iey hie. He eainointo our midst a BucMcn's Arnica Salve. reliable, Wm , wa THE GEXTS' FURNISHER, It is an old and thoroughlyscar with c users atisu $13,500,000 complins, now in its (1st me weary when he talks of his travels. ,,,.,.,,. ..., rmosimMhe but bv his oniet, gentleinanly conduct, h,,i,..,...1sl.ii. the uM tnr cut. bruUvs.1 .....t ii.,,,. . II III. llllllli. l.llll IIIIIS lib rates are as assets and $j, iii,ooo oiirpfu? , 513 4th St., Louisville. If so. dear mentor, in kindness tell nieof kindness to all with xvhoiu sore., ulcers, .ilt rheum, fever cores, tetter, ilup low is an old and re'l ible comptns with .list Kas to and universal .......wworth . , . . .. iiuiin ii'm.i n". lie nils unsurpassed a reputation fur fair dealing tnJs, clillbl.ilns, torus ami nil Wln erup"" t and let me loam lo .10 hotter. The fashions of th in the Cents' riirmsh. excelled l none and plans to unit eser) bods mj,.,, .,!, j,i;e deliver City But of all- ho oumo in contact, has gauie.l many ped II and posltisul) mres piles, or no p ty tions, I would not do sullerod so fiom others. ing line will always be found in my store. I am Would cill the attention of business men to it. tho rains that oxer loll we hud it last fit- fi lends. That your journey along uie ft is guar intecil lo ic pertect .atUlac-tlonus eiulois incut, accumulated surplus and 6 per IndtmipMis Stctm Laundry, tie . cut t;u iranteed bonds pi in of policies generate into one of those dour hoios, if day ove, Sadav and Sunday this Co loos pathway may be prosperous and happy I'rlce 7$ cents per box agent tor the or money refunjeil best I.aundrj in the xorld. ltT iVomcii insiind nil the tunic rate us men can help it. Help me, if you soo me one hundred thousand dol this is tho! and that your lieait may never boat loss For sale by A R rcmis, httnford, Kv. JOHN K. declivity; for District Agent for Kentuck) 6 jin sliding tloxvn the steep wetest dryost Cold est hotost Coontry happily than on the lowly day that Worth Knowing. a certain point the matter become, god green oaith My faiiily consist of you made husband and wife, is tho lla NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. Mr. XV, II, Morg.n, merchant, l.ikeTOty, irremediable. One goes to the bottom. tl Boys one gill Mv gun further lived and he.ntfelt wish of tho Crab Cicliard was taken with a severe ColJ, attended with a dis. There i no stopping place. Bidgo lit- - respondent and numerous other warm milu from hang folk ttcssing Couh and running into Consumption in C M Jones, M. K. The iindersijined, Craig I.) Itishop Beckwith looks very like my toon danvill and Stanford My l'ost oilco ftionds. its first stages. He tried many so called popular Tucker und John (. l.ynn fames Dudderar.XV old friend, II. M. Boyntor, of tho cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was have assoiiatcd themselses together to In is gordonvill grayson Co Tex corporatid a. a stuck ciinip.inv under the corporreduced in flesh, haJ difficulty in breathing and which diew mo to him immedi Being More Pleasant V. I'. BMHiiriT, ate name of the Stanford and Ollenhcun 'lurn was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New pike Ro.ul Company. ately: The pulpit xvasstiung with losTo tho taste, moro acccpUlilo to tho Discovery for Consumption and found immediate' The business tn b'r cnnduclcd is the building Hope or the World. xvhich he scattered once and again, Boys the es, stomach, and moro truly boncflcial In its relief, and after using about a half doien bottles maintaining and conducting nf :i .Xlt'Adaimred turnpike ru id from the Stanford und Halls (Jap unconseiouslx', in the fervor of hi ml A nation's nuwt vnluubli- jnopurty is action, tbo famous California liquid fruit found himself well and has htd no return of the Turnpike Kind to Ottenlu'im. rn..." were inn ....11 ..,...., ...1 ' , nvn rnuinn its boys. A nation which 1ms poor, remody, Syrup of Figs, ia rapidly 1 lioy The principal place of tuisinc. shall be disca.e. No other remedy can show so grand a tirOSS. Lincoln county, Ky as Dr. King's New Discovery for "Flower of oratory," emphatically, wore weakly, vicious boys will havuMillxxcnk-er- , all other. Try it. Ona bottle rectrdof cures Guaranteed to do just what Is ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS Tho cornoration snail commence on the i.th dav Consumption, nf Ma), 1533, and terminate on the 15th da) of these. more vicious uiul untrustworthy men. will provo its merits. AT claimed for it Trial bottle free at A R. Penny's May, 1938. I'hillp'H ha a large choir of hoy, A country xvith noble, virtuous, vimr-ou- s St. J lie .iiitnorucil capital stock is 10 He liltcen Drug Stor' For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. thousand dollars, which shall be paid at such times s dressed in xvhito Hiirplicos over hluck o( having noble, 11. B. GEOGHEGAN'iS, boys is ciiuuUy wnu und in such amounts und upon such terms as thsf VftSHOck; well tlrilled, ami xvitn their ..! .,..,1 .imiroritli. ... Wllllt- Hoard ol Directors shall prescribe. Renews Her Youth. Svruo of KIM llllllir, Illi.S V ...... w..s..js .. moil 'I he affairs, nf the corporation are lo be managed SUCCKSSOK IO treble, in chorus, adding much to tho ever lebues, contantinates or in any Is Naturo's own truo laxative. It U the Sirs, l'hrebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa by a board of fise Directors, one of whom shall be and such diby as mimical service. The loader liuulo ono xay injures the boys of a country mips most easily taken, and the most effoctivo tells the following rcnurkible story, the truth of M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, selected.lullpresident the board; Saturday in be elected on the first rectors town: blunder, of allowing a hoy solo, on a high ami underniincf, the very foundation of remedy known to Oleanso tho System which is vouched for by tne residents of the kidney J line of each )ear and shall sersc for one year neat ensuing their election, Said board shall also elect "I am ;j years old, have been troubled with 511 4TH AVENUE, key. Tho little follow did hi level host; the nation's t length ami greatness. whon Bilious or Costlvo; to dispel Dead- - complaint and lameness for many years; could not a clerk und treasurer, '1 he highest amount of indebtedness to which hrilly and gamely, till his squealed LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Save the boys from vice and crime, glvo( che, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habit- - dress myself without help. Now am free from this corporation may at any time subject ilsclf organs failed to respond; went to them gooil training physically, ineiuaiiy, UHi Constipation, Indigestion, riles, etc. pain and soreness and am able to do all my own shall not exceed one thousand dollars. to 'Iheprisale property of the stockholders shall pieces, and tho tittering congregation and nioniilv and the prosperity ol the Manufactured only by the California Fig housework. owe my thanks and Klectric Hitters exempt trom the corporate debts. removed A discount of 10 per cent: will b given on nil be Craig for having renewed my youth 1( xva Lynn, C. M. Jones, James Dudderar XX. Hupremely ridiculous, nation is assured. We can conform this with it. Company, San Francisco, Cal. and pun. Try a bottle, jo: Jand orders scut tor Hats with a copy of the ubove ad T. Tucker John (i. I,)nn. all disease Syrup xxish bv being temperate in all thing's. mentioning paper. only a "pot on tho huu." Stanford, April 11, i83i. iUi)r but sertisement, $i at A. It. Penny's Drug Store. For sale hy A. It. Penny, Stanford. V. M. Un.l.. thoHO hov choir were multiplied indefi- wi-ipt- nitelv. Sluiiv u ctliiiiH(l ienelier lmn mine out of them, "inn urnnil train- inj wliool for the. "Hoi.ictliinn to do" curly in Wo; and is a delightful adjunct to eliuieii inusie. i.iko S,ll,uu'1' :i,,,,'a w,th lliMlittlt' Ii"L',, 'l,h' !od, and lcnininK'tliiMlutioH of Id life in tender year. Uith tin ,,l model I eanuot heo xvliut ii oh-yt)tiiiK'Ht'i-H;nivi-rttliui- MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. -- H. . Cciiii, of llrKllicnil, Iu;m fjonc HUSTONVILLE. - t ,av aftor(til,kl, lhsiin AiikHii, of the 0rln1)ln ,.iKi,MiM, haxe heen at outs for homo darn tn account of Aiu,lii.V Jalm.H kjm iui ,m. , ' ,, ,,, ,, .i vn.-ll- n .ive his iniliiil auetion STANrORO, Kbntuckv. Pitman is xvinninjr golden O Tice loutti itde Main, two door atiove Depot St, S8' J)ERBY. opinion and Mixer eoiim and tin- people. WINS aio having a free elietirf. Stanford female yQollege. -- Dr. Brown returned fiom tho Modi- - TERRA CEfS THEF.E. ALSO COTTA ,ul Anioeiation at Cincinnati in fioodi Prof. I'nxton liaMij,' rengnril, tlic Trustee of form on Saturday iimmlng. Miss Julia Sun for J Female College detire to employ a I'rm n, .....ui .1. oi imii.i.k, .i.n Bradley !jiih. returned fromnlivo-weekcipal fur the Institution Addrestat Stanford, ) J M HKI1). visit to Harrodsliiirjr, and Dudeisii: is won tlioDorhy this aftci noon, llnllifet ;ko u. whahkn, y com't holding a juhilee over tho event. V. At.CORN, , j (..alii, J an,i vi,tu t Iirl ' time '2:H. I'ri- - Poerh v. i. - THE .... Mm-het- H -- . H 1 ,,,., FOB. SALE. House and M. Acres Iniid V -' elo-e- . 1 1 ,!,. I fr , fol-i- p ' illu-io- d half-mil- e Fenny Berbert, ' 1 Jnoon-istc- nt iea-oi- t. " I M, - t s v - 111 ' ! 1 - ! 111 - 1 I s ili-ta- nt . -, . ho-lati- 111- -' -- 1 I l,u ,.. a a s L- rv ; haul-don- Ai0, 1 .. -' ..(.nH-onte- - - THE GALT HOUSE, sell-ingh- ls li uuro-ductio- n RACO HOTEL. I - well-kno- 'n 1 iriiii-liiti- .i- -t t, . I . n, l- ':...:" 111 1 ( '.. "i-tl- s i i ..!., ZiTTMBEK 'TTAB.S! MYEIIRS MOTJK1L, I 1 ; - ; ' ' I . 1 .... ij-ij- r well-kno- .. C 1 glo-Saso- n i PHOTOGRAPHER, 1 1 con-m- Nilx-ation- is-- 1 JACKSON HOUSE. s ts IvM-ale- I First-clas- s j 1 III-.- " - I 11 ' i. ....... ;- . k Jo;-t- f. im-..e,...- - -'- - """.". 377-t- f. J 1.1 II- -, 1 1 - . . 1 ...t mis-io- - hamL-ome- ly - General Merchandise, I j ijHi-i- i C to-o- j ,, I """'' 1 ,,,. gd f ,,, 1 lulU, WOOD WALLACE, In the Pcim Insurance delphia. ' sti-ang- j ! - . , - 1 ! n 1 rALU-KNEI- t, bo-yo- saw-o- 1111, 1' ' - -- aupor-edln- g Slan-ford- , I i j vo-u- d 1 1 com-pele- 1 "kV -- ,j ,.- , - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky l- - Stanfoud, V. . May 15. 1888 WALTON. j , Wk Biipio.4o tho governor of West Virginia will be satisfied now. Tho supreme court has confirmed tho decision of tho two lower courts in the Hat-fiel- d caseH and Kentucky will hold them to nccount for their numerous inurdcrs comniittcd on her .soil. to-da- y Preliminary democratic House can- cus determined that no democratic mem- ber must bo absent when thu Mills Jiill is considered for amendments and pas- sage, and all amendments presented by democrats are tlrst to be submitted to the democratic members of the Ways ami Means. -- t !j fr - f 3 C , fr k r. h Ml Tiik last spike on the Louisville South The board of curators made some Is Receiving His at (5 nest's Sta cliutiLW in the faculty of Central I'ni-Tin: newspaper and other friends, em will be driven ' The tie will versity: CO. Crooks was elected as-- , whoso name in Legion, of Col. K. l'olk tion with groat ceremony A M Pi N4 D C I I 1 IN Kj IN L) Johnson, managing editorof the Courier he of eherrv wood and the spike of gold. sistantto L. (!. Harbour, who occupies, O I. J I VI V C, ft Journal, want to compliment him with tlu clmir if mathematics: R. L. Ptcston. NEWS CONDENSED. Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. the temporary chairmanship of the Lexof. Lynchburg, Va., was elected to sue- Louisville in to have n $'.'00,000 cot eeed' to the chair of Litin. Prof. O. A. M. D. Hughes. W. S. Miller, Capt. Lib' ington convention. Tho colonel has " . - had much experience in parliamentary ton mill. Kennedy chemistry antl geology; J. A. lard and others will go to the conven- Judge bodies, is thoroughly conversant with The Ohio democratic convention Sullivan instructor in physics; .1. 1. Clel-- ' tion at b'xington the rules and coupling ns he docs good convenes and, of Dakota, adjunct professor of Kn- - Walker, Col. Faulkner and Tom Wher-- ' A lire ot Hot Springs destroyed :M glish, aii'l D. W. sweets, of Kliabeth- - litt went to bmisvillo vesterday. J. P. humor with tlrinness, he will make a presiding olllcer of which any body of stores, valued at $h0,000. town, adjunct professor of ancient Ian- - Sandifer made a Hying trip to Cincinna-- j .Mr. dcorge ti on .Saturday. nradley The president has appointed Robt. gauges. representative men might bo proud. ... mmmmm !...... It,.. .1.1.. H..I .. 1. ...... I... i ileum, inThen too he has done yeoman service II. Roosevelt, to be Minister Resident at hi., iur DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. will make his home. for the party, without asking or seeking The Hague. Dr. Ilourigan wax held without bail Mr Wm l '.iminiTlilim Pit Utile reward, and it would be the graceful and hi Annual vlsit ,0 he old Home thing to acknowledge it by the for the murder of his brother-in-law- , proper proud father of a tine boy, who arrived E' C' ' .n C. tY o. Hays, in Marion county bestowal of the honor. nvts lor mi iimom, .May Friday. Nnlwrt Ti.nti.r. nf Mercer eolintv.WiLS the year mils round and the There is considerable unsold wool, 10.-Wk do not believe that Senator Harris thnMVI1 frol), his Iorw MXi kicke.l to in Hoyle, the holders asking for it from ' meiry month of May comes, so comes parole hill, which was made the law, death by the frightened animal. '22 to : cents according to quality. "''' ' nnu:il trip to the Did will work well, at least it has not elseA negro was hung by a mob in War& Lee sold to Whit" A. Dominion to see alike my numerous rob Wakelield The following list ofjjouls, for this time of year, and buy where it has been tried. The idea of ren county for poisoning -- 0 horses be- P.m., of Virginia, a carload of harness jatives and I would like to s;iy fiiends. very longing to n fanner who had discharged turning the rascals loose after the Starting on this delightful trip left Stan- and saddle horses at prices ranging from them of me and ",et the hest: hard time that the Commonwealth hasi him. H,r"l Tuesday evening, arricd at SUM) to $2')0. to convict them, will hardly be relished by Auditor Hewitt advertises for bills Rev. K. II. Pierce preached for Rev. ton n couple of hours later, where the those who love the enforcement of the till the 1'Sth for the building of shops II. C. Morrison, the latter being eniMged .'spring raivs wen- in full bloom, every-- ' I CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. " law. The commissioners can parole and other improvements in the peniten- in a meeting at Manford. Mr. Morrison ''-- ' upro.irous and excited conper cent, of the prisoners a year, but tiary. itinn and everybody in line shape for will hold services next Sunday esp.vial-- ' California Peaches, Cal. Dried Peaches, none convicted of murder can be parolbettin-.'Standing in the I'lncnix Hotel, Lebanon pive lot) majoiity for the Iv lor the children. " Pears, ton years. I'n-d- SfiO.OOO water works. Dried Peaches, ed until they have served with The water will copies of the "Young olllce a few minutes in " this law a life sentence loses its ter be brought four miles from Rolling Folks at Home," edited by Mrs. M. D. a friend, I was accosted tie limes byj Apricots, Turkish Prunes, ror, as it will iitually amount to but Fork. Pittman. of M. Louis, have been dis- - men who wished, supposed, to "woik a Grated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, few venrs if the prisoner behaves him- Judge TuleV decided, at Chicago, tribute.! in this viciuitv. Mr.s. Pittman sucker" tor a bet on the race, which was self." Sliced Pineapple, MincoMcat, that children born in slavery are illegiti-- t ...ls formerly Miss Davie, of Men er. then going on. Rut not being a member lr0f, " u contested ,m u hister'of Mrs. William Wanvn, r f of the sporting class and know ing that mate T1,e ... ....- - i... nrivate iindcn-rounLima Beans, Mackerel in Buckets, wiie I had a long trip before me, I cautiously case. Pie Peaches, that Col. Kmniett (J. Logan, tho lleiy. will Col. Columbus Powell, secretary and this county. Cod Fish, -y. (luest. Jr., has con.- - put my litt'e wad of money in the deep- j)r and "impressible" young man, w ho car , ,lU.lw, hls nil.(lK.al UulK,s 1MI returned I'll pocket I had ami thete kept it. Corn, Hominy, ul "'" " thn destiny of the IxHiisvilli- Times r l,ed at tnm Xlw York. He thinks it povil,l( was found dead in Ins While waiting for the Virginia bound Tomatoes, Bulk Pickles, in tl. hollow of his hand, which I1R.ni. Knoxville, that lie mav locate at Lexington. Mr. train which leaves Uini:toii at II v. m., ber is nearly as large as his foot, is down Oysters, Bottle Pickles, .lack Richardson, of Jessamine, shot Win. Fields and daughteis. Miv.es An I went to see Murk's Curriculum, orl i,u ii,.,.k . with a terrible carbuncle Salmon, Rurk's Horse show in plain Knglish, at 'o Hicemen, who tried to aires hini niL. am, CiinW lian. Catsup, Thus do we seethatpunishme.it some- - in Lexington for disorderly conduct, and Openi Ibuis., and font "rotten visit to Louisiana. Mr. John OveiMrcet, " " Sardines, Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. times lollows sin in this world as it is made his escape. of Little Hickman, JesNimine anility, perfor.iiouce, as show peojde uxpruvt it. Chipped Beaf, sure to do in the next. We are sorry (Jeorge McDutlie, a negro preacher, 'and a graduate of the Danville Deaf Mut.-- it took the cake. This 1h , it will be re for the poor fellow, but he lias ic fused Corned Beef, was hanged at (.ireensboto, tin., for thej infinite, is in town soiling an ingmius me nbeied, tried to hoi thu boards at to listen to our exhoitations and there is Deviled Ham. iicoiilimurder of Win. Chesiiey, also colored, of. invention of his, which is a combined ' Stanforl ami the then . nothing left but for him to grin and bear whom he was jealous. tliere should consider thvmsulM- - under scivw ihiver. wivncli nlver. liammer. the consequences of his many sins with Martin P. Iloxee, a noted advocate' njj,j,c,-j- i H, laitiu. obligations to the nmnageiiient of MY STOCK OF lUii ringers. Mr. W. W GROCERIES ULIMYS FULL. w hat fortitude he can command. of the abolition of capital punishment, Irwin, of WheeliiiL'. W. Va.. a native oi the Oiktu House for refusing to let such "Tiikkk seems to be no opposition in ' died at hitevvater, Midi. ite might to this county, Js heie visiting friends. Al-- o a snide show exhibit. My train being on time to a dot Mrs. A. L. Ornisby, andchildicn, of New this Anne late District to the renonuna- - nave done so years ago. -- S'liator John l. Harris, wiionas yrk Highest Market Price l'niil lor Dr. (iuerrant. formeilv of this boar led it ami in a short time was in the tion of Judge Pryor. Ncailv every conn- arm-- : of Moinhens. At .S o'clock the (W of Mt sterling, is in town, ty has instructed for him." This quota- - been instructed for by several counties, j,. . tion is from tho Covington Common- - says he is not a candidate for delegate to torm patty at which crokinole ii t m SNOULDKIIK AND JOWLS. wealth, which recently eharaeteii.ed our the National Convention. wa) ,)Jlt, ,)f tiu. .,:t.sVunesand Mis Anna Veil from was' woman at Indianapolis spears the young lady stoimed occuncd twenty minutes for breakfast." A good j An insane statement that Judge Pryor's race her child and cut her throat Saturday night. Those present were night s sleep, teehng hale and hearty, won in advance, as "pure guir;" that iiie i inisuan Judge O'Harra or somebody else was. with a razor, hisses Sadie Cecil, Lucille Caldwell, propitious weather, a light I mart and H WilsH,; Liuwl.- - tli KttiiliiiL' nut of him. craze unsettled her mind. r...nU Mamie Ratterton, Mary Audeiion, Bes- not a can on my mind, I was in The committee on piivileges and sie Moore, Katie Smith, Kvylin Kastlaml, shape to enjoy the .ttu miles ride, or words to that etl'ect. What have you In Paper Boxes, , to say now, lir'er Casey? That you do' elections in the Senate has unanimously Nannie Reed, Sallie Mahan, I.ulic through a country of uiisiirp.issing I ha i to take before reaching Rich..t 'i,..L.nrm. nil von think- von know, decided that Turnie is entitled to his Slaughter, Hllie Hruce, Sallie Veal, Mat-tiseat as Senator from Indiana. c,. IT. Hosley, Misses Cowan and Marlm.ui. mond. My eyes fairly feasted on the Wm. Hojikins, who stoned a strung-- ' (ieiitlemeii: Messrs. William todghill, gracciully towering mountains; the beauTiik democrats could not do a nioie ,. In .. ...........,.,-.- . ..illiri.i. i.,.. .,. (inihain !lf .. Price. Fleece Robinson, K. Kill- - tiful, fertile valleys, the locky dills . .... w.. ...... ...... . ........ jlillLlltil.ll(lVflII1 III' ' kit ....!. """ wore a "biled shirt," has i.eeii ivspi- - ,.. , which could be seen on one side, and -. r, ,, ,,,,. ts , t&r Prices Always Reasonable And Good3 Satisfa'ctory.-- a lion. Uenry U atte.von a oe.ega e mm t,(, 1)y tRt p,v,rn()r ,)f , ; the rocky, but in mine places smoothly ,,,s he S ; h,m !ro(lksN m,, L x (( running New River, alongside of which " . vention. by acclamation. He has done ... fil,. i,. Ivnn Jlf .....,... : (Miio Koute lies lor a ..ll ll.ilulV.I llil.rii olll..- me ( liesapMk-.llklnl f Jill man in the on 'House, Cincinnati, M feet to the ji UMinriit i hii ...iiiii it i j 'i 'vi ".mi, imiii- 1(1) miles or more. While all of this MARK more than anv other one HARDIN, Oler.. M k(Jhi country for the end all aood demociats ground and was mashed to a jelly. was beautiful beyond my ability to (iv,.11St skillman and Wrk-ht- . are nowseeking, theieductionof the tai- , , . Zei.h Davis, the negro who horribly. Afu.i ami wife,' luuist. - ibe, still theie was something want, . . . ill', and the convention will alike honor it- - ..., .. ,..... im,,,.,,,.,,. wime gin mi inmurdered a were here last wcik. ing. I'h grass, instead of beini: like self and him bv showing in this manner! cago, was hung Saturday on the same; i , M . Aim,.v. , who is a s rather fus- - Kentucky their hearty appiobation of his woik. gallows that the anaichists swung from. j.,,,.,., i,,,de, circulated among the "Whie verdure and blossom never fade And llelds are eternally fab." -- Mexican bandits held nj. a train on )miv 1U, tl.ll(j , ot ,, circulating Mu. WviTi:its. in a prophetic mood was of a .ickeiiing yellowish color. At killing the! ,.. after Sbi. siiccceileil in colle.-tin..ni'u tliMt in iiiMition to the Southern the Senora railroad and U o'clock we stopped n' ''lifton Forge messenger, nreman ,,)M.i,i,.ni,it. f money and Kti.l tl e "Mr. Clevelaml will carry of the conductor, ixprv.s States t en- " il iw'iiger, only got oil' with $!:!(). j M)U (lUi,i jK. wtt. .N.turday. (.11 for dinner. Aftcrulu... .meal Vew Kngland States Massachusetts, quiicd lot the residence of Mrs. C. C. Tl,t' t nirm .Mtu.day she left about 7( copies ot , a- " a UI"1 Jf the Rhode Island and Connecticut. nee Miss Mildiel Lewis, who easide novels with one of Parrisli, he will carry Indiana, "'"" "' '"" ' "11 "'".-.. Western States all know was one of Stanfoid's fairest oi ' 'ounil.trip, for the ilt - for merchants to be distiibuted, saying that Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota,' Michigan, Iter many lair, but was disappointed 'l --''' Kentucky leg.mental ie- - '00 bound books would be lleie V i and, pei haps, Illinois. Of the Pacilic, '. I (Mondav. " The day' has not vet i - when was told that she was not in Coast States, California and Oregon." " A dam at Hamlin, Midi., went out .,j,t., may vet con e town. Dinner over, we stut ted out again mj tu. ;),) vollimes Why not make the thing unanimous'1 It with tlie Hood and .'.OOO.OOO feet of loirs rollinir in. If thev do not the hovs will and a 4 hours' run, with only I stops, begins to look that way now. in Hamlin Lake went into Lake Michi- - t... i,,,.!!,,,.,! to lose conllilenee in Int. (nought us to Charlottesville, where supper was served. Only a I! hours' run to gan, carrying with them 17 houses along' manity one young gcntleii.an who -- II Tiii:fiienilsof Dr. Pusey heieaieinoie! Richmond. Most of this was spent in ' gratillcd that Cov. Hiickner has' the stieam. vested il.oO and piesented Mix. Mauley Dick Avery shot his daughtei's pai-- 1 Hit, Marcchal Niel lose and an apple looking at the old country I had known fully determined to retain him as super. intcnilent of the Anchorage Asvluni. He amour, Punk Smith, in Christian conn-- ' ,,,wuy (Vi. M,, o,, the personal caul so well in my more youthful days. I-with the vast changes that ' is sjioken of as a most competent oilicial ty, and morUilly wounded his biother, uf y Manley was neatly w ritten "Mrs. was struck place. The old houses I used have taken and his m.miigement shows that he has Ned. They had come to his house to ah- '(,,.,. Munle)" to visit are now dilapidated ami in some been faithful to the trust. 1 he govern- - duct the gin. instances torn down entirely, save the tiov. Huckmr has appointed Col. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. or, who hits the levele.it head of any man chimneys which stand to mink the spot his usual good sense John Itjnvtt, a Louisville lawyer and a ' in the State, evinces The Sunday law is being rigidly en- where once a happy family lived. In republican, to assist Attorney General in letainiug him. forced in quiry of the people in my old neigh1). Rush to adjust the, Hardin and W. P. s illackbeiry winter is upon us. borhood brought.to me the sad intelli-- i Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical WatchAktkii reading the ultra republican pa- Tate I. O. TV. are in demand. gence that save a few families the old -- The steamer Kureka, Captain (Juick, pers, w e are forced to the opinion that - It takes a prescription to get lemons ficmls had either died or left for more maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness the gieatest objection they can uige NewVoikto Xew Oilcans, sunk in a on Sunday in Lincaster. climes. My thought and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses against Mr. Fuller, the President's ap- collision near Cape Henlopen. Ileri to suit the R. II. Fox is about completing Water wholly absorbed about these dear friends pointee to the chief justiceship, is that crew uumbeied :S ami nil were drowned. street. It will be the prettiest street in who had crossed tin dark liver, I was eye lie has one of the heaviest moustachis Xo passengers. all of a sudden reminded of Slaufonl li in the country and quotes poetry fluent will be 714 delegates in the town. Theie - Funnel's aut justly complaining of a pole bearing two Hags, a black one ly when making a speech, These are in- - state Democratic Convention. Xot count looking slim above white. This I recognized at once deed seiious objections. ing Jcil'crson, which is entitled to (U, the wantof rain. Oats ate and the corn is not coining up well. as the Signal Service ami that the weathlay'ess I'.yette, Sweet Owen and Om: prisoner in the Pen., Hid., jail Rro. Walden tilled the pulpit at the er would lie warmer. This was at Louw,n ;;;1'1 '" 'Ahw mnn another to death because he per-- 1 on Sunday. Mr. isa, Va., where the editor of t litis papci total a.nouut of bond.s purchas- - Christian cliuich .istedinsno.ing. The verdict of the will pleach theie next .Sunday. tii t saw light, a town of some IKK) inh; H'f government under the ca I ofcoronor's jury should be justiilable horn- dipt. T. A. F.lkin lias had the mi- - habitants. low quickly my thoughts Ap'H including Saturday's purchasicide. We have alwavs thought tmt by Ai wcie then changed to niv "Old Ken- ' foi tune to lose another line colt . . . ,'es. - s IK.uXK.0m the r cost Inrlinlin.. .. " ' unoring ouglit to he Classen m me nsi oi "I tlmr Sims, He says it was worth tucky Home," ami how plainly see the .,-';"". ""'k , ......itni .r..lw..u ".I- - i ." inciisei den ed ",v i"' VIIVIIUWJ mill ho ...... lb ihspl.iynian at his post miming up tin least sdm). Horace January, of Maysville, ai the ImmicIU of the clergy. - Rev. J. C. Randolph taught his con- - Hags with the ever leady Joe, the Ixik- blind man, was elected (irand Coin-- : gregation a now lesson on Sunday, lie mouJoi nxvi. devil, assinting him. This Tiik current Pineville Messenger is an niander of the Knights Templar. Thei showed very conclusively that the Jews) would pioduce a homesickness were I illustrated paper, showing many points only ollicer from this section is S. A.I did not killt hrist, and a reference to to be gone any length of time, but know of interest in that favored section, which Stone, Richmond, grand standard beat-arshows ing u will he only a lew days till again the "I'ncyclopeiha Itritatuca er. dilated on at length. Rro. Colgan is that it is a fact. It isquitetruetheJcws see her, I think of it all in a most pleas- doing a great work for his section by1 -- While Samuel Tioxtle and William after judging our Savior, delivcied Him ant way. Only one more Mation and bringing its inexhaustible resources to Coo re. were working in a nurcry farm, over to the Roman authorities, and in- then Richmond. The tiaiu does not . the Soincivet, the latter struck the attention of the outside world. to death. stop ami in a few minutes my destina former with a hoe, completely teaiing sisted that Hebe condemned Pilot after the Hist hearing sent him to tion will be reacoed. A longjwhistle M.vitvi.v.vi) demociats instructed for1 the llesh from the side of his face and Herod and that ruler returned Him to from the engine and the brakenian calls breaking his jawbone. Cleveland and Alabama, Tennessee and Pilate saying he saw nothing to con- out "Richmond." close this with his - The treasurer of the Lexington Michigan endorsed his tin ill" message. So demn. Pilate, who had leason to fear yell in order to get it oil' on a western State has failed to do' untie asylum had a package of SoOO, .. . .... ii ..- being deputy ru- train which meets this one at this place. which he hail taken to the Institute to the wrath of the Jews, likewise, ler over a turbulant people, who like My trip has been a most delightful one pav oil' tlie employees, stolen Friday, by, ON of old, were kicking against the and more about it I will tell in Fiiday's Lexington is, making big picpuni- - it is supposed, a lunatic named Young, Paul V., C. W. gods, was afraid to i efuse their demands issue. who hnsHiicc been missing. lions for the convention. 1 j - and having acceded to them became in a sense the ical murderer of our Lord, L. I Hubble, F.sc., left yesterday for Hirmingham. Ho expects to remain there during the summer. Mr. ami Mrs. Davis, of Midway, aie visiting Mr. II. C. Mills. (Jen. W.J. I.andrnm and lion.' W. O. ltradlcy are attending the Lund Ciicuit Court. II. T. Logan is in the, city. Mrs. John 11. Woodcock and Cole-- , man Rogers Swecncv attended the "Jf rett- - Booth engagement at Louisville, O Jno. II. Woodcock went to Somerset Sit- unlay. II. C. K.iuirman, R. ll.Tomiinson, Goods j Mo Co BUPOSYo. MERCHANTTAILOR T pnnTMp rn PHnHC JtKJJUZ). - l to-dn- j j u-- v ui-i- - i -- ( I W-o- ; n J 1 -s , '" , 1 j j - -' ( ' . er I I , d 4'" - nn.. ' .!'. , ,,,, ta -- - i STIPLE . I j Z:Z:"ZnAMi 1 tirst-class Sll),;s' poii-one- d IKKK'biyiKOKllD'M KTAJ 0i(!(, j .eii-ery- e r' ",,fc ... ISTHEBESTIN THE WORLD. JUSTTRY i -- -. 11111 . ,,,,. ...,. ... theState-at-larget- o 1 n-- 1 IVlatt-lIirilLl'lt- t ,,, - -- j .. j , ,.,...., rk I f . V: do-s- ci WALT' . 11 I r- - - blue-gras- i- . j , l C-l- -,- ' ''- d - to-d- PLEASE OBSERVE V I . , i -- , i - j M'ROBERTSSTAGG -O- n 1 A JIHUIJL AttPMWMENT i WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Over-coat- I money-makin- g 4 . Mad.-kicke.- 1 GOFFINS, SAMETS, ROBES. , Tea-garde- n " I -- . ....... I " 1 1 1 j , e 1 ' I i siti-d- i . WALL PAPER and PXJR1T1TTTIIE. ALWAYS - COMPLETE1STOCK -- B. K. WEARENT0 HAND 1 tr. ...f ti'ir-'HM s1- - 5'"3 ? I f ly Semi-Week- InteriorJournal UUM. MUIWIRU1' TtiKilniKKiHtH will meet next year at Crab Urelianl - Spring. m m i! Tiik U. B. F. will give, a- - grand picnic at the old fair grounds near Stanford on the I'd of June. well-writte- j ' K.C.WALTON, i. STANJ-OKl)- done hi approved style at Jesse Thoinp- Otni Danville correspondent, Mr. A. i. . illustrated Anderson, liana rrf son's Itarhcr Shop. , article on the Deaf and Dumb Asylum .May l.r, 18H8Kv., Sr.u Niinuelley before you sell your In Sunday's . wool. He will pav as iiuu'li or u little more than anvbodv. A vot'Tii at Beading, I'a., came nearly I'ublUhoct Kvory Tuomlny ftnd Friday dying from tin cirect of kissing bis A iii in. baliy has blessed tbe union of T sweetheart's cheek, which was painted. it ml lnm Mr. mill .Mrs. W. It. Foitunately our girls do not have to U PICIt V.JAU,IXAnVA.VOKllm nimKi( .j,;,,. paint, but if they did where's the fellow rtf-li vou want anything in tbe eating who wouldn't run the risk of getting lin ni o p.nil $a GO iill.iiutKii ' line, fresh line ami cheap, uo to J. T. poisoned to imprint a kiss on a velvety cheek? Harris ami be ean supply you. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. n Courier-Journal. ' ' ' ' . v '- - ' Tin: latest addition to Stanford society Xr.vr .Momlaythc K. C. will put on a ji pin fast train from here, leaving at " . m. is Miss Villi Richards Htitriiian, a very I ii 4Hm who made her debut lively l si) a m icturningiit !i i. vt. Hully! .. . . ' 15 i'i anl Sunday. Shu will reside with Mr. and ftJll'i" paiciiet Tub I.. fc N. will hell tickets to Mrs. A. (1. Hull'man, Jr., who think solar f lie above scatciihttd on standard tlrnr. tbe Louisville rare, good to return until there never wan such n young lady be-- 1 mitiiilc faster. timr is about fore. A I will have to stick type faster tbe L'7tb at one fare for tbe round-trip- . than ever now. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tut: new omnibus of A. T. Nunnelley KmkUiiiI at 7x1 am and returns ..I Train leave Cait. Swi:KXKi'stiain took down some hits arrived and it in iih handsome as can Hi. 'St moonshiners from tbe mountains to be. 'Tatty" in as proud of it as tbe gov MEANS' BUSINESS. car-loa- d of Italeruor is of bin baby and be Iiii.h a right to liuisville Sunday and a ians, fresh fiom tbe mother country, who Wviuim ami jewelry repaired and be. were bound for juiintH beyond Chicago. warranted. A. It. Penny. Mit. Sciiii.mvi, the popular Ijinciw-medicin- The Captain tells us that there is a TiikIm-place to buy drugs patent and toilet articles is at A. IS. ter restaurant man, lias rented tbe .lobn gieat deal of travel from New York via Penny's. Hdiighiiian store room and will open up Kuoxville to the West. 1 Jin your wlmol 1mm, Us, ink, tablets rt.(-lasabout .Mine restaurant J . supplies of all .,M' Tin: examining trial of Criali Albright paM.'r, iiciicils and limit from A. K. IVnnv. . for shouting the three Benp'S, an acguarantee all watibeM and every nr--' It lias been ipiite eold since Sat unlay count of which appears in our Mt. Vertide of jewclrv I hell to be just as repre-- 1 Illl( yter- - non letter, was called vcsteiday at Ciab Klt frosl f,. ,lllt nij.lt M'"U',, A" ''' day the signal service s.ii.l it would be ami continued till Satunlay. the wheat County Attorney D. B. Carpi-nte- r colderstill. In the north-wes- t went SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. ., N.riimly damaged. up to attend to the case. He says that F. It. IIvmii.tov, of Nashville, U in 'I'm: judge of Mereer refuses to all of the men are able to go about. MmII tram (joins North ' South prcss train " South . " North o. al I ttlithl Nonh Soulh " I he latter mint 1j carr .J 0 p in i -- Till: NHW CKOCKKY AND IIAKDWAKI' HOL'SV. (If At St. Paul .'17 shorthorns sold at an average of S:lo. Imp. DuckesH of Bam-faII brought $1,!KK). S. Brewer bought of different parties (10 hogs, averaging .'10 pounds, at " cents, to be delivered June 1st, and has HUSTONYILLE, KY. also bought Hi mule colts at piiccs ranging from ?70to S!K). Hiirrodsbnrg Democrat. Would Mmlly hV jour .mention the ftt lli.it lie ha jui rcmrncil Irom the ilict with ,i l.ii, will he at the Loufnh unit well eleited oloik ot isville races this week as big us dogs. Col. Clark has let the privilege for.f'.M.fKK) and tbe fellows will have to depend on rob- In eiiille wncly, lUmty Inii nlity nnd Mti.fi' lory til urn c, thu unaratitee Mi" aim hjll liu jt my line ticlc ol nnl bing the people more than ever to make all tune KMiipply ever lirantUin uf Kumpc My Amcma IIARIIWAKC. nn.l I'OCKKI- CU i't.KKV coiiMlnf the Mnd.irI and handle the celebrated l.eiuitoii I'alent flour good the amount. in, stone and W'oodenware, and a complete line of l iifar and nliacco. Wagim r.irmiiif; I att a .hare of Implements llelievint; tail make it to n'r interest nir p.itroiiai;e S. II. Baugbinan's piomisiug youngKetpeclfully, J II I'UCKKK ster, Lincoln, biother to Santaline, won the race for at I.e.ington Thursday. He carried IKl pounds and beat a big string to tbe post in nt --- Jo B. I 'I TUOIEE I - 9 1 book-make- I I GrttJii.lTJD half-mil- e oO seconds. Cork-tu- t to-da- y Co., of Cleveland, Ohio, six-mor-e i ( ' , .... 1 '''""' On-har- ,., i town. eiiunty tbe lierby winner. . Mksimmks Smith m simian: hnvis" Tin. Mt. Vernon Hgnal touches tbe went to l,oulsville vcstonlav. tumli'iest HiKit in our hcait wben it sitvs Mit. It. daughter, rt tliiimi iilNiut our business lir Itce.un visiting nt llostoii. We may be too Kirtial, but manager. Mk. llM.:vOwsu:v,of believe there N am.tber Mieb wt Ins been vjsltiny relatlxei beie. ,y jh ,1,,. M,,. s Issue liipim license under .ludge litis-mHTin: Presbyterian Mn. V. !. W 1:1.1 11 Ik visiting rolatlves t decision and will not per-- . Friday evening, May ImNvillc. in mit any to In issued until tbe ipicstion y supper, which .IriK.i:.). V. Amiikv went down to ' is Mil tied by tbe Court of Appeal. latelv the stoie-nxu- n 's rts-en- i l WH-,,.- ,, i . JSJ Tiik schedule wbicb went into etlect er spivad a bountiful ami elegant lunch, Friday low Itootb and Itnrrett. on the L. A N. cntcrdiiv inakeh but lit- - to which the party did ample justice. ' A ham Cmici.mi.u lias returned from tie change in passenger trains hen. Tbe Tom is a good catch for .some nice girl tin north-weswhither be went to make mail ami local freights have the Mime ami we lemu that one or moieare trying time; tbeepress oini Ninth now ai- - to captivate Ids apparently abd unite oiue investments, which he did. KJNE FARM FOII.SALE. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. - L II. (iiMiiiMN, tbe jovial rives at ll:."i" e. m. and ioinji north at heait. N. .':.; . m. This latter is a clump of an MATRIMONIAL tativcofS. C. Wells A Co., IaI!o, MATTERS. wish tu c prisate ) m farm, situ ite.l 14 miles V., pit struck on our town ami spent hour mid .17 minuti- - later, fmiii Si.iiifiird.tln omit) vat of mco n (i. V. Daitgbcrtv, i'i), and Mis S. several daxsbere. mint) K) .11 Hainan; v,:- U b.Collings, sweet Hi, wen mariied last arnn. who has W. II. M. lto.:,(Ts was furthe. coiupli-- ' Hliie-(Jra- ss 188 Acres ti'lN us that the week at .lobn Carney's. l.v tbe Nate convention of phar- ,,in""1 fn,m f,,!,,u Tlie mariiageof .Miss Haisy, daughf'ratte.,.pted r...c on maceutlst.s at Henderson. I., beii.R elect-- . " Mh Ki,tU' ,n,,,,,N' was iv"M 'M v"m ter of l'lder J. S. Sweenev, of Paris, is be improvements ar. a modern tun story frame ' is! reconlbiR barns i of but dint; of for announced, .lobn I'.vion is the fortunate 601411, with 6 rooms and kit, hi 6 a botes uxm ioo Hr.,1. It.(wsm,"f this pbtce, mitI;lntbepeniteiitian a.idlt.-.- i Itop-tfori t,ranar) luruiri'i fine burses and plcnt, rimm for a kinds of farm "mllcious euttinu, was lined SI(i'J. Tbe man. feT M..I Miller, of Mt. Wrii.m, Mnrlwl ,,,! .tails for ins iiisiiiess; the sen lid is 40x40 with of the county have noi.m.a-m'"s-mtfur 'lilies hay and straw horses and cow s, Texas MMe.dav, we s.i.poM to buy JW .Mr. ami lofts and corn crib Thomisoii, infant of a hlli stateof hi farm is l""nin for the sherillalty ,aud Capitol and turn it into a National ul J" cu us.it 0.1 nnd suitiib . for a stud farm. It is ,k.ii biom-biaafm mouth Dalli il e l.uiicas-t d have put up Squire I'os- - Mi. (!.T. Helm, died of a ceil j ; tlu ri'iiiiblicans j.l(lK and St iniiinl, lb), fni c are all right anil fection 1'iiday, aftcran illncNS of hut t u',' Ins ) car's there is pent) of ti.nber and w.iU'r Mit. Mn ii tri. How r.n, wife, ami Mi hoiiis. The blow vviih indeed a severe crop is b5 lures of wheal ill c oer V5 til oats, is have 75 higs.iud lie. ides in Mbiuco Lucy liowei, of I'.nidhiiul, mmle llieii in corn . I'mkoss-- . As one for the loving parents werefondlyiit-titcheF,;m an a ft stock of titst-- c u. imp vmtuts scmhiiiniial vinlt toStfliifonl 'lte--t week., j.;, together and oil easy . wish to se eser)thni to the unusually bright little fel;rnside, nmvorot the city trrnis to sun the buser hor further tuformaticu, Mr. ItowcrisaiiOhioan whobas settled ,lf Mlfr,, IUs onlcied tlie marshal to low. The wen brought to A VAN di VTKR. addnsss and w bo is much pleased ,,u.u.nl lm. j.jvjk !UU1V ltllv in Kentm-kiaf 111V Cemt'terv for inteimciit. with bis imp prospect. t'akf'tbis method p-on Ibe stieet, I FARM AND TRADeItEMS. .Ii'imik X. Sv.vimiiit, the oldest ami i,ifi.nniiiK tin public that they may befjtdruminoron the mad, wits lieu yes- - ni ,iii inside of my stole at all "times mlite i't il will t cct tur f lVtA. T. Nuiinellev has bought i.(Hh) will bealnuM eiiiiva-fathe- r tenlay evaiiReli.inp The .ludpi is tin wu.,,. pihvs .llOHClnV, JlIIlC 4U1, 1888, of II cbildieii, all Ihiujj, the old-- u,nl topinn them away. Tbe Conceits I,ou.,.lM,fwoolat';--'JcentC. S. Hrint, Lexington, iMUight i II and the oun.'st lit. an mar-- , wl befoi'e. Itespcctfully, UMXHI pounds of wool at '22 and est s "" ""' els. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select lins of Furniture lied and have presented bim with III )t kIHMi -- At Columbia, Tcnn., iiiule.s Mild qq Sharps of Stop.k in the Pnrm- ,. ""7, at simi, the total side amounting to andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods A ' TN" f1"' ( ers National Bank Mh. tM.Mus.Ci m.k liuvous wc.e " VM '.""'! ,ook. """'.. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- .... -- Amiin town S:uur.lu and M.id to the botn in ;'."V".' i have good Osboui ue wine bind-- , ioiiii nit.i n hv ii Miiiii.iiiiiii.,1., ..itiki. 'II till. ili'i nil i wmumi llil tbe otlici that if any nunc of them want or came for their f.ue the neni cursed er u trade for cattle, hogs or .sheep. Ap-- 25 Shares in the First National vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. t i run oil' witli some mail's p'rl, they . him and by threats and otherwise, foiced ply to .1. K. ltruce, Stanfoid. Bank. will take can' of them tbe lest they Mookuiaker Kilev was rolilieil at thei bim to leave the car. Mail Avciit .lames know how and uuanintcc thej will not ..es,,.ki..ieso,dfrJ,of,i,e r, I. Hamilton heard tin noise, but bum;: I'liienix Hotel, lixingtou,oi monev and between tht )i"ur 'iT niitl hi j:ct euiiybt befoul they reach Tennessee. busy at his work, jtaid but little atten- - ji welry to tlie value of l,S()0. All. lllli.N M (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texa3 Pacific Railway.) Ilonau'.a Holler .Mills bought l,00 LOCAL LORE. '" " ' Liter he had occasion to p.isd eclltr t'cjtoti Finbrce rfee'd is INK IIKIVVH N IIIK NOR 111 A.M)h(LTII ; from his aiiartuient into the car for a bushels of wheat on .Monday at K cents .Ve UisinsinHpriiiRaud summer hats ,Irhlk of ' ltichmond Register. wh mw u pel bushel, Tht. n watlr. A11DMH-,JvAlLlRJo limited express trains between Cincinnati, ohio and new Orleans, la at Courts A Cox's. The Huston Journal mivh tine wimiIs fellow, advanced hurley, IN , j MOl Rs. . d aie lower than ever hemic known. Tiiiikk looms in Conimeicial Hotel foi towauls bim and said, "You undersigned .idmitustrator of ihe estate of TVissMirvli tnrc rs Mostr ftvlnnna T.siiiainTSQ nnrl IPIsssirlo Tsirisa TlasNr . he Ml to .!" , you didn't come in bereaf- - Prices for all grades run from mm 1 iuiiuu ASO.IIJ .Uil li.r.lim Perkins, mull6" w",a "v rent. Apply to.Mrw. F.tta VanArsdale. r ' sv.l ul his ..lie II sldellce ill J Ji . l.arranl county, K) , ter water." Tin words wen hardly out cents. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. Cox's elepint line of, ()f lis I110l,t, M.fr,. a blow between the A. Cation is at Nunnelley's stable Skk Courts I I T I I4 IV OO III 1 A I , ) U 1V P I, VC rii hJTiox SpriiiK and Summer hats before buy- list laid with tl mules ami live horses for sale. Ul (nm iuluiit'.s p,od riht bidder ini,'. sprawling. I'he ne;ro called to his Dr. C. A. Cox bought II nice yoillli; llOlse ..sposotopub n.of aetothe nt, t unsistlnK the per him of sou.il pro)H'rt) the lc cili fiom him forl . CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 1,1888. Timmwasa bij; time apiin at the wiiite p.utner to shoot Hamilton amiashe in ires, i sadd our mares mill mule lots -- I". T. Hill hnitlgllt to town lllst Sat- a , . Did lilly i horse,t jearlinc horse colt, i loncert and I). Klass pive away many nude a motion to do so, wlien ipiick UrdaV the lilst stiawbeiril'S of the seaVermont Million. i i.ar Old mules i searliui: ItKAl) UP. HIOADDOWN. laluable urticles. The conceit 'will b ll ih he was laid out fimn a well diiccted mule, Work mules, one Jack urn and call, J tTsattss isouTnr" TKAIN.s NORTH; had ie- - miii, ....! sniii tliemat It". icnls mn- ml. milk lons J(, los i heirer. i .u. i yoke blow. By this time tint ncp-repeuted next Saturday niKht. 88 head nIiccp and lambs m hi)!., . No tk No, 4, No, 8 No. 3. No 7. No.17 No. 3 .,. I.vr.tlc ......7 i.iUe, liis perpendicular, and made a loll. - Sollielset Heporler. coven-....I ...... (n.. I. ..!.. la .s,l...s STATION?. No. i Daily. I'lK il 'MI'UU' "IMl o,rn tu muiid meat and lard, w.uoiis mower . Daily llelliy lSaUglllliail bought II ,. at Haniilton.who sent him to jrass Kx, bun. Daily. between V. L. Dawson s Daily Daily. Lilly nuur Dull. ........ .'s i .. i i rake .uiii i.mnini; iniplcmeiils .i.i. t slicpheidaml Mack IVnellV bull dV liis advantap this OIU mail lor?...oainin . i.cuoiiius jcai- kitchen rlirll,uri.- iik billing lot of silieruare 'rv 640.1111 0 43 p m $17.1111 .. 40JIM11 Soo pm 7j5.iuil,'c ..Cincinnati is a in 6 ixi pin . . ... !...., i. ... ... i , ...... '.. r : fi0ttn.. Ui ,Villiamtnvrn .I.'se ;ijnni litiir.Hid pla e newil rent tort lit CIllUUS sjlln ami S. II. Vt 30.1111 , jj p ni 9 35 051am 3 47 p m 10 .17 m rn'aieii coiihiiienimo micicsi o..i. ....i.... time iy stamping uie scuumiiei mine illL' n reinaindcr of the e.ir iSrS the IoIIoimih; r.i ('eoructnuH, .. ; J.i(i joSpin 4 10 in ... J oi ill 10 to a llaiiuhman a nice man tor M'.D. 4S m ilium ) . Hew in every direc bud ; sbepbenl was IiIk winner. I.cmiil'Iuii 1 a nl j.oi.ui The 11 top I" ii pm it s pm 10 is a m lace till the blood 8 iij i in II JS sR ... j J t a Niehalustill 2711111 ivjpux ,. .M. bought ul lbuce .t ilvcr Cieek was tion. By this tiini p .. 1 Jl a Junction Ot) j to p in in a in nuum ij 00 Acres of the Salter Land, 180 m p in, 9 iu pm la .to a ni 1? J? ap m W. II. IlifKUNs: ThiiStoddaidCieaui-erI.I.Pj w.tli, litiir i.viiii.tfin t iirio u 2 03 a p jo in Somtrsct jo $ 03 a 3 reaVhcd amt tin o 30 p m t jj a tj Jj pm 7 i$ a Oakilalc. 313pm a1 Acres Home Place, 75 Horse hoiiRht of you last week, is the line-- t sneaked oil' as best they could, while a Vocalic, !. bongTaw and a Hp.ing- Vr' ..C'hittanoo;n. 7topVn 9 (nam gjaain 10 00 p 4 a a o 50 rt urranp'incnt for milk, butter, ie., I have Hamilton was conpatuated on all sides jbock for Owens it McA lister, at an av- I. It. V.I1.U1 llltn.M. ,11V C t.J p J. ill mill ifiace antt Zb Acres Vr's ... lisp m ..Attalla iiiiek-e- r ever seen. I p't more cieaiii and Itumiu.-h.iHo says he j 30 Meadow at Lawson .) 45 pm in pm I. ve of si.'it). by thepateful ... iic.iliisi would 91UHI0 (o ji ni'il 10i u in Ar'v.. .Meridian I.'ve iijjiiii 40 a than by any other process. School-Housdid not have a i'i Morgan sold their l.euiiat Cliinn jo a in topm never was as plad that be .ilJ3pm without it. Mis. Henry Hanli- .... Ar's .New Orlfaus... I.'se yu.pni , ipii .. 630am 9 30 a not he at Lexington, ir.KMs Hie sale and renting III be made on pistol, as be would ccitainly have killed US Stlld of thoiougb-bied- s iuopin , t in a m I, 'se... .Meridian.. ,.r' .. of sis niMiitlis, for all sums oer$io . man. Vr'v up 4 00 a in 'se. ..Jackson,, l.eonatusliiiii. ',ri,lllM.r ,0,xeim..u,nds both of bin assailants. He was as bloody II head, iealiingcr--'!i,1Ml..ih K.d Muntv .. i u I.'se. ...Vicksbur;;. .,. 'ii loam I. liuarnii; 6 per cent nil. ret per milium from da) :;::-- :' .Monroe 4 jj pm 'ie Boiler Mills aie steadily when be not lieu as a beef and was not M'lfhioiight is'i.rdH), Clay cV Woodfoid be .,1.... i.osain TiicStanfonl ol s.ilo until pud, litre; tiali e nnd payable at piii'Ar'v....Shrcnepori 13 innan liis exploit ing tbe purchaser. ales of Sin X'ational Hank ot l.aht uster K and Miiely piinlni tin lai p-- pot lion of piini,' to say anything about beforc.isji Sale mil at Q.i'clk N. II. Tr.iiiiNo. 9 leavs O1kd.1le.it 03, A M, and arrives In Chittanooj 4t j., n. No ea4 TheNiund View Stock I'm in stables or loss nil bad not Home passengers told about it. a. m. the llour'tiade of this coiintiy. They the omuii. i.f Cliattanooiia at4i, I. M and arriSQS.it flakdalc at Js A s piods. Fiuivht is low- Besides beiiiK a psxl oflicial, Hamilton is of Iticliard Conkling, who raised the Jordanpersons liu'dintf wi aims iiKainst thcnl proa-- y Maun Ibmloir lluffct Sleeping Cam on all tr .tins put up pi rkiiisdLc'd weight in wild cats ami gieat tiiittvi-s- Kin us, "iVedgewood and iirincn to the iiuderii(uisl or to l(. C Kautfinun UK II COf i...llr .1 I'm i;t. JOHNl.liAl l.lien.nl MaiURer, er than from any other point and the not afniid of bis l.unc.isti r Ky. Iiom indebted ti said i state lire K CVKIIOI I., (.eneral Suprriiitrmlciit the man who monkeys with him hail as King Wilkes, weiedcstioyed by lire at In sell e ith it - si l,i 1 manap'isaiv nice men to deal with. (iciicrdOm niiiili O'ii mci 13, est mirth Street (I II ,U k I'ltKKINs AduiM. liiccnpoint, I.. I. Loss sriiVKh). well play with dynamite. Mt. Vernon Sipial. and. I. II. I.iubman went to Louisville1 t, uti-naiJ saddled ami bridled Jonathan Owhley's old family horse Saturday Vin-(.inViiii.i:Miiinel buiitinMiturday night and ude him oil'. Mr. Owsley, '""t (ieer, son af Conductor Win. icer, u'"sing In was stolen, eame in and Mil. K XK II li.nciiiiip.iiiii'd Mi. ami dropped bis riobeit rifle, wbicb wenloll, enpip'd an advcrti-einen- t, but before it Mrs. It. (!. Hull to thHr future bourn in tin IhiII "trikiuji liim miir tbe navel ami was set, Itobeit McAhMer found the runiiinir upwarde, came out without liav somervt. hoiM'in liisii.istunauil brought bim to bis iiijun'd bis Ikiwi-Mits. Cm in, tbeinteriiinmilHner, town. The rascal had better steer clear of . 111.. ... ..I.... i.. I ....! C. ..!..... HII- ...I. . K IS III l.llllllllt' IH'IIIIJ l"l IllltllCI when he is .ioiiN ltniMoi:, a yoiiui.' necro man, ditions to ber htix'k. I oil'. was adjudged inline Friday and taken a nieiv of lr. MorMiss I.i r to tbe lexiimton AsjlumbySberiirNew-laml- . d ICunn Coi pi.r.s of voung ieoile ris Mvaus, m tbe uue-- t of MNs tittb Ir. Clink proiioiiiiced bim barm-les- s that solid old bachelor, TbomasC. Harris several days. and incunible and returned bim to ItobiiiMtn, at hi nice country n'ideme MNs .ler-siMit. .1. It. Point ami I In. . .unit i itllir, I lit. ik kl,.ti.rtillu.r lo.l,l. of Itanxille. hjK.nt a uiupl. of ..i,. ,n Wikc- - liim f..r tlioT.'.,, ....rllmt Friday night and enjoyed bis hospitality forsevcr.il hours, lie must have had duvs witb Mi. J K I'ortmau tlt(. St(lll. u,ou. some hint of their coming, for his moth.Mil. ,, Iliggiu. The adiuNsion will be ." cents, which includes the entire bill of fare of the supper. Of course everybody will pi ami give the good ladies a lift as well as enjoy an elepint repast. SoMiaionv have ll.xed L'Sth, for the straw-lie- n - Bev. Harrison liivcns will be spread in ing at the colureil Christiandosed a meetchinch, Sun-lavacated by W. II. witii 17 additions. XKW ladies bought of Jarboe, Bridgwater it Co. 10 horses for $1, NX); of other purlieu at an average of .i:U). Iunbs are being engaged at 4 for July delivery. WALL AND Lebanon Knterprise. I'roin cent cheaper ntti v Lincoln county was in suit allicx In 150 per of Wall Paper than cet liuliiru known in l cnlril K '. UIH IVm lim Sli ulc. lm X's Largest totk t' nclerlfrjin at combination larloi, fan the initial race of furlongs for villr, Ky maidens, in the Louisville meeting I'alllH, Oils, VarnUhcs and I'alntcr.' Supplies, Window Class, itc yesterday, by Santa Cruz, property of (.i. PIANOS AND OttnASS'AgintH fur Jnhiil'litircli A Co s Musical A. lackey, and Jim (iuest's Terra Cotta was in the second, miles. (!. Boyle ami the Fair Association have purchased the farm of W. C. Price. The association will get land sufficient to make a track ami will at once make every arrangement to add to their ,, &c sJE-VsTEILEKusual interesting piogruin the tiotting IDK;TJa-(3-ISfeature. They hope to have the best horses entered in the dill'erent classes and conduct the trots in such manner as DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, If JITTs. U jf I 1IIV IN."lltkUy BWCj-- Sf to add to the entertainment and give ofJU ytSA VANfiV APTTfil.T1.?? , HrV. . fense to none. -- Danville Vdvocate. ufir. "nut SPRING OPENING! PAPER DECORATIONS I 1 S. half-mil- e Ao M. T PKMI 1 9 ". CiZli .I m ms I'll) v, i tans a. urate') conipoun 'eil. !VT-7'v- v 'f 'ia2o2' ". mjt m r.x v - AM KHTISKMKXIS. THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. pin, tiirjpi, line cln-aj. and 7u pi-- r iloi n ( almiruji 50 per u im All i.rk warrnntid In Is- firt lass or mi huri;.' I'BOTOfJHAI'H.S.iS-'f- pi brought market fer lowest to thishes, ( lo. Wat. the ' l 1'rn.e lower than and Jewelry He. I. iK Avrnow, of I'Ihiiioii, is at htT fatber's .Mr. T. S. I"r- .1. . paired on short notice and warranted. NEW KUTCIIER SHOP. I .1... ..,..,.,., n. pi, ,, vi, imirs i. tf liai .. i. ti.iv J -- n Imtilier iihiim iiiiu !r;l,1,'1!,,,,M'''I, 'Imp at Kou mid In .. . pifUHn u lu r lurnisii kindM.i m.its, nsh and ..jv 11111 . BUGGIES, CARRIAGES ! mmiiliK in) aKm m stui.fnrd and V,1'"'""1"'0 k iut M 'V I ' L""", my ci.s r 1 KIN Hvi, Notice to Contractors. o the Knob urnpike L Knpati until wo'ilock June' 1M8 for the cuiMrui tioii of the masonry for ihe hride ncross Knuh l.uk I he iimtraitor vill be alluutd 10 iim such of the old maunalas is suitable and will In' re.purcd to furnish such new m'j- tcnal as is tiei i ssary I'luns and tpecificatious can at the National Ikiuk .Stanford Ihe I ompan) nserws the ri;hi to reject any or nil bids and wi I require i tli mi urily of the contmrtor for the performnnie of his coiitnui llnlders must specify in their proposals the price per )iird for new stone and price per ard for old slum , imludinsin trni all work in takitii; it down H II IITON KIWI KR President Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over Mir-iiisc- I.ick Sealed proposals will he received I . j e 1 1 ' Msn. .1. . HiH'k'KK, S. .1. I ulliani, Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. GEO, D. WEAKEN, HAN'G'H, repn-MMi- - i I I " " - "' I - '"H''. l'""'"'r of Finest Land. 11 NEW furniture' store'I :H(TTFFIM(a;V, TM3DUV HLvi MA'(M -- I s I ,i. s w 11 rtsj-- tfi e ft e e I 111 l Is-t- rn-t- s ut -- I s. d .( I . I , Ituf-fal- o I VV , I PUBXaXC SALE - I I 1 t. K ,.lti,. I IK", uniiid-cliildre- ' T V " '""'kv lya -1 jL'-.- I ' 1 .., QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. I 11 H-i- lil ... 1 i I -- .I.-.- ""' j uill "' i"k j ..t ,),...,. 1 Assuoitr j.ir:. hiKb-s- i I 4 - J - o . 7 1 .11111 V I i ,,, ""I' I :t limi-rliii- , . 111 tin-sam- i 111 11 11 111 .1 7 .1 11 11 111 11 111 111 y 1 111 11 111 1 1 d I r 111 111 1 111 11 111 111 . 111 11 111 111 . I 111 Q 111 . ,. 111 , j ei-a- 11 111 I . 111 . I Hi e. 4 .1 . . 4 111 I . 111 4 cill-r..- . r bec-i- I 7 llrst-clas- pri-ei- I I I lisiui-sic- e- VV 1 111. i .., , Jt IM JIJ "Mfc, ItJ ; 1 .1 SANDIDGE AHEAD. strangers, and they, with a little cneour-ii'ein- t' STALLIONS FOR 1888. Till. KANCV SADDt.K STAl.t.lON, nt, wilt put their shoulders to the anil NutSeconil cousin to Maud S., lay.K)e-SeWALLACE DENMARK, wood. wheel in earnest. Till-- COMIIlNKD STAI.I.IO.V, At the close of the war Kentucky, Foaled My 1, 1879, i, a rich Mahoony bay, is by F.ricson (6 in 3 ,s lit li.v T.rlcsvni ! liandu high, heav mine and tail, u triclly linet Chvnut ,tallii.u, i6'( hand, 1hIi. ,ired by the CUMBERLAND GAP. Tennessee and Virginia had no nianiifat- - Memhrino IJr dam hief, by Mcmhriuo and fancy; i botn a natural and pita. ant aaddler; Krcat !. lander l'tr,t dam llricelet b AiiKelu., the dam of Ooliath jo. Ml, son, sired 32 and lil no mills or Will till e the seitsot ot I83f ut my siaiilc near breed, fancy and when iinetly dr.cu In haine,, jd dam Hi in. tie, b ( .idrtiitt'iti , d dam Mil, AllkIn Tmirlo.1 nnrl nnnlfall.l itoriesof any importance, daughters arc the daiu,of iS in the 30 lii tyle on both Slvke, by the ( aster, Jth dam ny th Cnlotiel, A. Ir is h ilf lirollirr In I'.rie. n or.loll Slip lit Lit. in Lincoln county. on the .Shelby City KJe like a trotter He i. foundarics of any merit to show the ide, to the third generation, i. Ii.nktd by thor tor further pedigree l...il.ii. old fnd olJ to Robert llonner a .tnd Knob Lick Turnpi e road, at ft j cash for the aS' ata See ,liid ouchhred, on both ide, m.ikmtf hint veryactite tier, hi, !'!, wa, by Dilcman, out id l.titra bv ,..,...,. season, with III insurance, or Jin In ill .lire i neoole's thrift; no cities with out mi ex i age for Jto.an lull? that t..i.i... l,lllbl)IMI Hi m... I'llin v and upriiibtly in Rait, in firm and tinl.li a perfect Vindn..nnd,lie by the ever fanmu, Paiilal'Kin right Fint dam by Modoc by old Pilot, lre of Pilot Jr. con. sound and model. He a, ,ired by Similiter Denmark, he by 01 ll.im' t Dcnin.ir U a il.tr hut , with p who boasts the proud blood of a South-- ception ortwoth.it were woithy of the 413 in J 30 Int. Pilot Jr. sired tlaiu, ol urc iium lioddard', Denmark, he by (,,iine, fi C'roinw tll'n Dalcuuu b) Kl"K Tom, the hi, tun.,utcetfiil t'na Nutwood to; tireat 8, anil 21 in haiiJs high, tearsold who claims Virginia, Tennessee or name. Xow look at the cities in these See J1 10I1, Maud S '208).,; Cuicf sired Luuy I'liurnc ,V .II1U UCIIOI1. II... !. this springIII.IIIC, u lllll.l. ll DeniiKtk, he by the r.uo hor,e, Diimurlc, he by Kiltnd hieer produied; imported t the I orner, As Mcmhriuo t Phaeton, wrte the j 5ear , Imp. Hcdci'ford Hi, lirt dam ua, tired by Sir Kind llanandthem, cite, lauiouta, States that teem with a busy, prosperous 18k, Woodford .Menibrtuu iji,,, Hrifciioli J )h n d cumliiiicd hore hu ha, no ,upertor. if ciuh U all S and made .ire, id winner, Kentucky as his place of nativity, the-rice, he by 'lodiiiinter'nSir Wallace, he by Sir kmif Pom a by Harkaw.i), the ,ire of lnli .nluii tit nr,t ptiret ul . in Kentucky li.mtK ri,k .ti embunn Chicfa jiL. Hay llunrt the Suite in liarne,,. under .nlil e and in Albert, thoroughbred. d dam bv VirKiniut, dam IliriUalcherand Kanuha llallouuh, the u ol more in denien, biuisville, Kiehmoiid, Chat- Mcmlirin Star . a!)., Mcmbrtno i'iIoi 37, 'N "i is no spot in th South ortit 1'inr, he by the i.eamiiitftou of iriiiuiu, by Iranby, thoroiikibiircd mode ritii;,, sindnoK ami hitrne,, hone. a S. llalcttiiaii'n dam b) Pt'ilaliH.n tcicsting ami attractive than (.'umber--' tanooga. Knox ville, lllriiiinghain ami Star 226s. elebtated Mutii'i Whip: jd .l.uii Whipp mite It ,en thil London ha,to. In.- ri.,i- nfPan d hor,e, e liorc, u, it combined nnd j ymr-l.ncs,onJr ita solid blatk, 16 hand high and, inarching right along af- weighs ijuopnund a peer Kentucky. He 1, a horse that reeom-- be ie,e he ha, not tal.hiuand through ure run, thro jii". i,t,l'rarn land Gap (he meeting point of these1 other?, that aie Ilitm ct Ileitiiiar i I') King Denmark, he b) mend, hini elf c,cn if he had no pedigree, but .ill. b,ionc, tlleinoe.eti , wlule t'iruAh In, d" , he by od three sister States, the centre of the new-- 1 ter bowel), Worcester and Mich towns of putscing the blood that he docs should make him Star Dmaur .he b Jon' hctraie, to Orlando. uriiul" iiinKatiher, IIk TOM ROIIINSON, he by Imp. II hc Denmark, the .ml rate hore Serl a,ter,Sultou n I all the Mini miik'hk porlorme Iv discovered miivral reirion now before the Sorth. Cumberland Hap is located uneofthe grandest stallions in Kculuck) Iledgeford uiidtiroin lin.l.unl. I hl,horevill,land Klr,t ilnnt liv ChnrUter, he hyCniiirn t, ImportSon nfWal'aic Dcninjrk .tin), e, i.tdini b) Mit'he public, the keystone lendiv.voiis of ' "' very centre of the region over $10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, ed ad dam by Jim llromi.heby 111 c,' Siroiijln, ller', Deniutrk, he b the race h.irte, llruiuark, AT $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. nnd he tiy Sir Archie; third dam bj Duke of hi dam V one id dam by M.inlKuiner , Oliboth I.'nions and Confederate-- ) during which these cities! have mercantile juris If payment 1, deferred till after weaning tunc, ateli1, a 4th dam ver, uli'l.ini diction; and witli the completion of her j uill lie auiien. rartiug with or muting mare er, fifth dam by Pirate and he by Chnuce I.Ke by hnr,e,b act by o d Dreniion loin tail, finc.thapcd the late war and anciently the channel b Kentiicy l!loom mid Hith hei y liune and 154 hand, Imp high, through which tlowed that mighty tide prospective railroad lines the (Sap will render, munc) due. Will al,o stand my line Jack, Spe.lalillo,,om, 6th dam by llriitn,, ;th dam by ,.lildlei,. n.iliua kidde and win warrant him a i breeder. llnmlct Detiutir ', dam by old I.emuiloii, jj of emigration that has overspread the grow with tlieir growth and strengthen .V Valker' Warner dam bj Kiucr k li..rc in hand. Inch, by ten llrntik, it beautiful valleys of the Tennessee, Cum- with their strength. The coal tlchls in dam .lain hellowplay ana lirake latter by It Wiieedlei, to ,ay that for harnc, mid addle, Al$8oname condition, atabotewilh $1 dam . limine, Felloncra(l',and Spend Planet, ,ly e and the vicinity of the Gap will go to swell if not paid before ueauini; time. Met, 14V4 added mid for anion, beauty, ,uperinr, ande rgmice a a berland and Ohio. Years ago away hauJn breeder, llnmlet ha no he trauimili I'liiifineji '. I, by t.iant, he by Imp Palciuiu, thrift', dam. Iir I. e, melon, Jd dam loriue, (Idle back in the thirties people talked of the the business of these limits anil tho iron high, black with mealy point, and genera! make- the,eiiialillc to hi, ntf,piiui; i,t dam b Ki .iikiiu', sampvin, he b) Imp Mam wild', dam by Imp nlencue Colo lliettud boon up firucla,,. i: s. POWKI.I. of patt favpr, moth, An 1 Uktit of tuy .ipprjci.1.1011 d. ii oy Imp llntrand J no', i,t dam for extended pedigree, and find iin richer blood I. On) and associated it with the early pio- ore tiuil in their shops shape for utility. h I. Rive by lilac . Hawk, id dam b lippic.tuoe tor.triui; taUndcr and find the line he cometo', Tho and a half mile from lliKtotivillc on the mid ait Inducement lor futile .u.l.taiKi' Imthhy iire.ind dam illumines it bri;hlel All indications point toward Cumber and Liberty Turnpike Koad Lincoln $53 in premium, for the belt three co ti h) llaiu-e- t I hiWahindome Jack, llulunille neers and settlers of the West; but little )ear,old, i,V, hand, ttithirrcatathtctemcnts Hc combines the pages Dan, lite Pair bluod to be thnwti In 1889 at th county Will ette u few (.nnd pi, lure will bo fiirnithed at $j 50 per high, b ack with me.i y no of (ilrnroe, LrmnKton and Phaeton, the latter lltn ' did the slow plodders of those days im- land (Sap's becoming a great railroad mouth My pcrvina mid ,pecU Mttetilion l be Jennet, , luck will make the ea,on of 18M.it hit lire; en llrixck and Lexington twice through aided by Science and skill agine that there was wealth secreted in centie. Aerolite and I'anuy H"lton,lhe dim of Pen llroci. gieti lil.ue, Io pre, flit accident,, but wl no tbe til)The abo, e mi e from Htiton,ilie near farm O, BLACK DENMARK! I Inrine, retpoiitib e thou d mi) occur and will be permuted to ,ere the and! ilenco, thrice in ttill tell,"Pocahunta,, etc If the ground around enough to make money are at work there now. A tunIs Kood, thl,)oun t the old adaiie, I T SANDIDC.K it. THE Tl'KPl.V HOItSi:. pro, e luttturlh by Rttlini; progeny thai families rich if they had nel is in course of construction under hortettill them and tlieir WillniaVp the prevent ,ca,ou at I. I) fiarucr',, J WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, ttill shotvin Iront "at ihefini.h" Ife I, greatly m the mountain that will give the railroad milci from Crab Orthard, on the only known it. I5nt more of this mark, and form like hit lie. the lunnut leu Hroec, Stanford pike, J U O .it Sm for Jail .oil and ju fur Jennet tthotr mile record httonly l.een beatenby hit ion lines of the South and North favorable and will ervc mare, at on. Drake, arter, a full brother to I onctecan He 1, I left Pineville at l o'clock a. m tvellputup, siotii;lr knit and htt and connection. Messrs. Mason, lliwser and rommittcd tny tare Colt, Thi.ynun thorouRbhrcd Mill mile the ,ea,on re Stock Hi) pettnnal toaltei,ti.u and lireedinf oil quarteri make thebett deurndentithe f muiclei and $10 of all I.esinston, (,ra fiirtii,hed cite after four hours' lide checked my steed Uinchart, of Frankfort, have already the sea, n at 1' ILLS DOLLAR 1 at rea,onab'e rale,, to be paid fur liefore rcino, a and will low price of of '83 at to insure of ,t.i k No rcponihi ity for ai.ldent, or e at the summit of the (lap the goal of broken lrround in the vicinity ami coin- - Moue, due when l.ictl a,cettained or mare part, edwith. cape, I'.iitui with totk forfeit, the ln,uranrr. lie tunnel win oe Dccription and PediKree. Illack Denmark i $10 IiiHurc niv cherished journey. Looking back mciieeil operations. J SIM I lARI'KMflt at ar 14 let black, ,H) feet in length ami when linished ed year, old thi, .iuiml'. action, and aaNo combin side the view from over th ' Kentucky Setiteniber l,t. 11. at the (.nc!ij ,t) le hr,e, Hue fanmu and Stonewall (food breeder l,inv .In Shelby old he by farm, near Sired by the K) Jackvin, Cit), the mountain is 'strikingly grand and will be a masterpiece of civil III Miller', old Wa,hini;toii Denmark, lie bv the four.idi.fiulrd in iSSj, by Caliban jji, (,ire and Pedigree -l- lrceihl oader i. WW CI MC I yclunc lay t Coa,ter j Xit, 11 1 A To the rhrht and left rise '"-- ' Sixteen months is the time allot- muc rcc iiurc, I'cnniri. iiick i.cnniarK , mh dark bay. with black point,, not a while hair, II A . dam by Cru,ader, yrnnd dam by lllackburu'. lnftl b) Pa,tard a3n,,onof Almnnt, sire ' mane and tail, iSV. hand, hitfh and M II U t U W M him. tor its completion Oh we're wiser Whip. Stonewall Jack,on' dam hy Abdallati, onperfectheavy 1 I V Tannic j i'i't,jddin Madam line I. the tall i.eaks of the Cumberland range. model U (dam ofWither, tjisvn, year old A. to hi, breedini; nualitie,, a linrVfYfl Kmma record JSH . Mn are, eoveretl with trees, n bold front here than our f.ithei! Would they not view her nam bv Medoc mr two fine jack-- , lll.ACK without a iinele e.ception, lri;e, tine a ml Mllll ltasiomi,i,and Punlmia by Dreunon,,t,d dam tind stupendous 11 Wilbal.o PltlNCi: the latbir WVKand .31, by llelow 1, hi, pedigree color and there making itself coiwicuous. with astonishment Pritate trial at J ycait of aie uu h ill mile truck to by t.enerai of I Iannis I ahi.tn Mamhria.. Mambnu ' Pitnl. sire (ii( t I. II OWIXKUN, Crib Orchard IIRKKl"III.O.lKR,li),fiMlrtlin tWo l;t t, aeon J II No. 47 The tleclivity of the mountain, formerly schemes that enter our more moderndam! as,ia,ht I a.,iu, M llat.lr, .ire of Harrr nanu, nii;ii 11c unci mir,e, tit imp iiiuei. iy. 1'am oat, ij ' the Clay tiK,aud j.K, Pasial by Almon ife), (srand dam uf Itinetle t dam Nellie licit tireedir and the liiyhet brtd hone in hom of shrubberv. bv reason of waits' ized brains? In a few years "over the iiJ'j.iUm Pearllc oil n mil Hub Krntttck) offered to the public at It. a price urcof Prdiimiiil urc of lirantillc 1 Leonard, Lr the ; nl dun t Ameruan Clat, dam Mary Churchill by Ale, ("hunhitl apt! mi term .leholatinc footnrints. is now eoveretl Ubm on Iioih back" will cea-- e liberal dam Kdken John lanipbell, siu m Warner, j dam by Imp Margraic Brand dam ef Km with a rich youn- growth of wood, as if dread of the traveler and he will hurry He), by Xm., n of Vmeritan KJlp.e, Almoin fol,n $30 to Insure a Living Colt. b) Abrtandcl's AbdalUh. Mtraf l.aldtrmtn MaiJ ' dam 15 to make the hoary place appear youn ldt at tho there had never been a thoISar ,ta i.m, S83 hand, and inch huh, will make 4 dam Mi,tletoe, by Cherokee r i,t ilam by .Mamhriwi unicl. sire of dam 14 "'eaxm of Suan by at the Msblos nf Kni.lciii.in 5 II) WILKINs MIC.WVIIKR j;. liirc.lor t ij, til ilam Kale b) PiM, Jr. mre again. Those blue elevations far" awav mountain there. Road from Abingdon, r'am,, Lanca.ter, K)., b nam b) Albert dam of Maud S, lie auilyii,af tint vfd otl, dam tit- Alirerine Klnir.lry are the Tine Mountain MorrNtown ami Jellico are beinj: sur- to the north-wesire of Itljrk I'rlnre ni;, nnd igree shows two tro.tr, n Manibrina (. hief, tw 8 dam by (irey Alfred. AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. the dam ol lll.ick Jack, t: f Pilot, Jr. two uf Henry t.'Uy ami utieufllam dam a mare jiurcha.ed in Virginia hy Cap. (Jtm. veyed, w hich will cut the Corbiu branch 9 and that stream meandering away to the UetiHttaH; Woill uKifl a lurini; and iharntijlibrcd Ilurbride lor breeding, but whte pedUter I, , Money l.ait tear wa. ).m AI.I.KY. II11, fosmd ili..n wit will terse mare, t ITr' now lost; belietcd to be b) ArteriiH, right is Yellow Creek, made notorious of of the I.. i: N.. hen-- thus making a hi, fir,t due if manof 1, parted with alri,uly come, hi, co hate i'a,on, 4 Ti:i: DDI i Wis 1.. in.urc Imp l..fi. v..nr.j.im On. iilnm. ulmr.. tin. Tiirnor thorouiih trunk line. President Norton they are fine ana lare Mr KoVrt Collier ha. 11 dam b) Imp. Monket I'rlul and the dam of I'lance. ji'4 .v.. ..W Medle). tay tt i the be,t colt eter foaled im II dam by ml Wilton, t'io Smith of the I.. k X. one and All the fear any one ha ever had on n- - " ,am ,"' 'm' ?. . . . , ami .Sowder faction, enacted some of and place In ' U.BIII J J brevdmi; ,a, lit msDYKS IIAMIII.KTdNIAN' 10. be GHOVUR CI.KVKI.ANW. Well' at the (rail U'CelltlV and expressed card to In,colt, that hate that hu colli woi.ll con IJ IJell's darket"tntgedies. . ' . come pro,.' imill, the the Hate alwt a Kisod Jack, that will serve mares at (iramldam I A OltlSWOLD d trarr b A eiandir He Imont. v,n Si, Dollars, n same terms as the horse llluemont It is on Yellow Creek that the first ineniM'ives iiiginy jiicaseo ui uuJarl I.4, h..r,e It1 hands hih. is a ,p endi ' of Ah nder' Abdallah and Hell month Trial to wraicmi oiuhiucd siai ion. w illl.e pcrniitled t erte mar. mares at Pasture route and sjoke flatteringly of the Chief, who 1, the lire of Nutwood 1bv M.iiiilirin.i sponsibility forfur accidents$1 jo per s IKVIsNo re.'cnuiuc outiToppings of the Cumberland lil,; Wedii at S10 inture l Dick Moore I'l.MNIi MIIRCAN. Vickinc W e wi'l also stand the ted iat. .Mountain iron ore is visible ami here in prospects of the region in ami about the wood a 19; the 1 y 2 ao:Firtl dam byui and lly II M Johnson, Ant 16 more in Conari,' il.rhorounhbred he out of lt Mlcawberwa, mrrd bt H,dtk' Wilkin, by Imported (1 eticne the not distant future will be opened (5ap. llrown, dam ol" Pickwick, dam PEYTON IC.MHRV, ad dam It is indeed surprising to see with MiIIikI 3dby Imnirted Monarch llhck Hawk Ohio merican Star, (jrand dam lit powj.lit Stele)Mime of the liest paying mine. in the Kclipte dam by lamz I, land PUT CLEBOURKG. mm ol Liner, ion of mcrican .l In. lu in. me lakmr; skc, style and brcedina NlitKcr fame, Mr Ira) nor handled Pdurmont two nuuitli, what foresight some men discern a boom. State. lCcllpie Inlocon.ideratioti, we thin, t hi, the t heap,! ,10,11 la,tiea,un he iai in shap he can trot a Kod Wilkin Micawbrr dlrd Moini; and Irlt but lew He trotted Mr l.etcliera track Keiniiiisoeiici' of other days are nu- The region lying in close proximity to track in tt his combined ttallnn wilt make the sea.on ..( roll; but from hi, creat ipceil. rich litrrtliui; and eer oflered on grass Marc, kept en mere week m 2 . t tie ,i quarter m ai Si per month. No resp.se. incoln m.) stable near rumersMlle, merous in ami about the iap. On the the Gap has all been purchased by an ' 35 nud. ne by Mr. Letcher, He made a liht at the Stanford .I llu.lnntille Turnpike,iiiim-t- inaunilitent form, he irate abundant promite Inot a silo hi rvtfnrthr par tic h ars calloner address limed on the ino.t brilliant carter, both on the traik and English svndicate. Mr. s II or ) II IIAUOH.MAN. couiiuerui); lie w.i, in no ioihi race at large limestone protuberances that overMajor Thoniai Motion, ol New York, ilud Stanford, Ky, J 4. me that! lit bein; fourth in 1KMSI.I.MAN A KAHRIs AT SI 0 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. wrote ii., thai he trfucd tor Wilkin. hang the serpentine mountain road, our manager of the company, tells liikt kliort lime beliiir hi, death An otfrr of l.iuca.ter, K) is master of 400,000 acres Pat Clcbourn- - 1, a red ba), heit) mane and tad $,5,00.1. jnd the Rtcal driver, larl llutr, ,a)i that progressive ancestry from good old Rich- the syndicate (D, lie hi, alvvati on,idrred tilt In the death of 15 . hand hluh, of fine ,l)le and iplendid action ard Henderson to the latest follower of on the Kentucky side and also a large and will be 5 ) ear old on the aoth ol June and Wilkin, Miiawbcr breeder, in, tallied the loo of LTrjtc.t of all the ureal son. ol old ANDhu lu.,t natural i.iddle ilalliun in the lounlv Hc one of ibe Joe Mtilhattan have immortalized their amount on the Tennessee side mostly ami ni. I tamblrtonlan ha, proten himiell to be a tore lull mineral hinds possessing iron and' coal. 1, nr,t eia ) ihuln llainblrtonian,tThoiredloth aire and lt)idyk' upujiniru names in the solid rock for after times br.''iine railman' Abdallah, he b) Abdallah Glencor, bt Joe damof 1IAIIKAW i hasslrciUo a piprrfonnrrs to see. The njMit where Daniel Boone's Tne syndicate is only waiting for a t.lmore by St Klmore b) Al'ander' AImI tllah b) and ha sirid lor, sou who ha,c ,ired oter rMiu bigIIV MKiROPOHIAN, 1,.,, Thii line itillion will make the icaion of i&.S at R)d)k's llambletonian first dam bt l.eneral a i perforinen. and ha aired the dams of 50 per son fell and where the "Long Hunters" road outlet when it will open up the my l) ermont lllack formers with reconli of jo prntui" Sou wf Ryd)k's Hamblrtoiuati gest iron mines in Eastern Kentucky. andfarm, mile from Stanford, on the Stanford Paulknerhy Did Morgan by Justice Morgan, him the "realist trotting horse and litter, that ha, pike, Dantillc Hawk h) Sheriniu progenitor are said to have camped was pointed out Dain, JOKITK, i'., the dam of Harkawat, A LI iml dam by (ioddard's Sumtiter Denmark b, srlappeared to me also; but I failetl to Hud the house This is the syndicate which offered to II) Itl.OOD CIIIPI', yar, Is one of his three greatest dauKhtrrs I be unit WashlliiCton Denmark. 3d dam by Did I oil Hal AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. e for Hell will eeii thai horse approaching Rtd k'l llamblrtonas a sire II) all anal) ,1, of hi, pedliree Koblu.on. .,1, Sire of where, according to the custom then build a new jail and trottuu blood is contains the be,t saddle Description and Pedigree county if she would remove her county1 Ionian U a black horv, loalcd Vermont H amble known to the world beside, tw andcro,se, of trior prod ur in" dams damAmerican Star, the sire of South-Haof Wilklns Micawbrr Kentucky, the Lade llrown, the prevalent in in 1S.SJ, 16 hand, the breeding of IIAKKAWAY will hear behind, aired by William Melr..pibjll, by K)sd)k's Hambletniiun. dam maids and youths s?at to their reservation on Yellow hiKh, two white feet llambletonian, lat'dant Katie ouchbred the closest anal)sl and tie hate rtrrt lonridrmc ll)aclruri bt Volunteer, grandant Clara, dim wf Welch, by Ittidtk'k Creek. Southern Kentucky may be Grime, by l.ill'a Vermont, d dam Black Swan, that he will produce speed and tte brliete those DetterMlid Ditlalor, b) Seely s American Star ummI to lind their Uretna Green. CALDWELL LOGAN as much profit from Mtiropotilaii n itrooilni; hint will bv Hclm'a Yorkshire, by Imp Yorkshire: 3d dam ckuowbslKcd hy all tu he ont lii nrodiuc as Irom the produte of ant- horse in of the best, it b) many the During the civil war Kentucky was twitteil for her boasted "silver" mine, Ijlllic uy oj .rfiii;r, o, on ii4iic-tery be. bled ital will the lend, nidlils tillle should make brood mare on ih same terms and which she lias failed to reproduce, but ' Archy; .th dam Kmily Speed, by Imp Letiathan, At the same rimel.i'K.in Caldwell He Is black wortht the embrateof the blutst blood llrrcd lion eter fiuled Hu full sister, Rena Victoria, deemed neutral ground ami Cumberland bv lireendriter: stand nit jack, ; wdd at the McPcrrau Kile r $7 ij th ....:.., exis- - tth dam by I'ackolet, Cith high.! er are fiitited to call and examine for thcrnirlte 5 tears old and Instrly Ift hand, with mealy by Han;th(i.imi,v Man land i.iap was the key to its territory, where there is no doubt of the genuine sale ... I?nll.- hih Ha, iuf, himv-l- a sure foal getter and the horse and hi prodiiic Attention is called to prite eter paid for blood mare at public which .... I.. S.IIL.- I. !,... 'Ml ...1. proten wo bt Meirtipvtltjti, neither of 11011 ore, wlncli will prove both sides found open arms ami inviting tence of her Speed in llrucc'it'stud llook Vol. patfe 301) Ver- one of the ImsI mule Jack, in the State lie wa, the following were eter honked single sold at public sale f" Ii) Cnik by Stiralls lllick bit; with the l H uteragiug Ma ju. ()t.srt, In, Mar. in, 1V.7 doors. Thus tin account of its natural the wav fora new Birmingham in South mont II unblctonl.in I, a fine,and ahorse, breeder, Hawk byRluk Kaifle Hawk b Mason's lllack Peters lllatk sure UbwHl thief tine sttlc and "oinl bone, made whit tould be Hawk: eastern Kentucky. The iprophecy of nired bt' William Welch, the .ire of Prince Imperi- llawk b Mormao Mammoth b) Imp Mammoth called a Harkiway netcr until too bou"lit him Mis Human by by llf..l. lilt k graudamdam by season in'hi life advantage.- and commanding position, s.mi , Highlander; lltasie T can trot in Dam b) lllack Hawk b) Mnriujo NLi.iimolh by Our petiplc were aloliitel, dead to the merit of .raius; ,r.i n.im ny limoicui niooil t hlrt slretl al, J jj'vJ, Jercnii.ili 1 Imp .fammoih. He will lie permitted to serte it was early in the onset deemed an im- Weinl.tll Phillip- that the South in its a jo or belter William W ilch tva, sired lit rmmt t oole) Jim i Ml I JIlllU Kt.ltlliWttl Jill trie trotter liesirteu Iim mares wnen inrrr ttur UIu.m1 Hainblctnnian, prit.ue rccotd aj, 1st datn few Jenneti. at $o for jaik tolls and J15 for ju oM ml ot two colu, 'M'.lt tmtictl licrr, umf ou j Chlyf KUi H .t w k .rnt development would tarnish the glory of i t tUin portant point in the line of of comuiuni-cationet oil You can not of You A mini the dam mt, and lmont Ir 2 ji ami 117, and rould not but either for fcoo t her northern siter is fast coming true. Trustee of l.oileii'a Prince, lire of jo !) Impirted A lin relametl on all fobs unt.l the euoti of Colli.' and iniks trotter, (ion but a llarkattat tounirster inor armind(llue) lor ermidam of Hello llrastisld jo mid Piotieiie between the South anil North. tl tuid. Parting with mare forfeits a lit a son of Mambrino, lis Imp brothers llryan 4 ' During the whole continuance of the You may note it all over the South to- Trustee, dam i.o' in btin a nrjiiiUun ... the ureal .'nt ....- - oreu 10 ", .i"i . ....I ....... !.. . be.. ' scrted In his tt to JJoo, out inarm and Kot m foals .tears oiu anu itiruco are fill'llolh are hats ill. .on met ... less than Jimi hole tile i ol cranmoii mare lie lit)n an.1 Kiusol.1 Mescnt;er, , si ...j and Rv.dtk llambletonian, the grandest .cteral year he ran wild in pasture and tot t hands Ii h and extreme ) line and st)lish W11 war it was in the possession of one party day, but like, me you will feel more con- ami Ifill'a Vermont combinid, backed ire Ittinc any other .tliiirnl forliits iiioiriuiie j ItoW (tSl due In thorertal no mure, during Ihe Ume HtrtliiC to see make th esowMit! ol itUM nt tnv stab e at More an.' vinced of it when you stand at the ouKhbrcd, ttill make a fine stoi k hone ltMlt'n comt or the other. As fast as one army evacwhether I would u'i under or ill) .... top ..f .1... ... ...... K) two ml es .rth of lluttoiitiue Hamtilctouian, by Abdallah, son ot Mambrino, tbe Ilu.loiitri ie .V Hunt e turnpike, II t..S,,.llt oil. uated it another took possession. The old historic pass nnd smell the surf from dam by Imp llelltou.nler, jd dam by llikhop'a GKAN-BcW. ItrSSI'.I.L, orddre. dam in imp J II. KNC.I.KMAN. sidu of the mountain was kept constant- the approaching wave of development 1i.unhfetonian.3d lit Dowmnj'a Me,cm;er. s Ire 01 ATSI2.50 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Vtrinniit, (.ill' Vermont, Dai.tllle, Kv If 11. L. D.WIS. KI'.COKD, i i,S and prOLTCSS. the damof hiiiKin.i, J to, 1st dam by Colinmhiis. ly white with tents. The remains of the . L, leu retained ,.u 'i t f an marr 1. re Sirs mmm (Ilarkleys) son of t olumhus, sire ol Confidence, to another hore or traded, wil lx dm bt camps nriy still be Been in the long, 1'iiH llrother old r.ir old l.ra.s will 1. furtushi-- ar i iiii'iiey month tare it j iS, id dam hi llcrrand, sire of the ilam ot Ncl- w ptr 2 1, lieC.rtt-.WDDLIAM JLYLE. l ai, ,d dam bv Matchle, i ire of the Prim hi,, tao. .ireof seteiitewu 3 to lierlormcrs A will be taken t. ire,eiit a. cideiil, or est ape, bu ridges that extend around low, dam of Climax, i.ii (.ill's Vermont the irc of Inst dam llanutu, bt Hamlet, if, the sirv of li re,p.iri,ihiii sli.m d an) ur the base. The plotting, COUIlcilillg Illld' M) fine Jack, William Lvlc. black with inealv llonner Iloj, a ,, liluck Marin, i yi, I.adt Oa V Pautlind 1 20; 2d djm Lindora, the dam I W s WK.IIAM, Morelaud, Kt lion Uu- dams of , ulso a Jd, and bt llambletonian, in, the rdre of Detter, 2 handi huh, sired Ijv l.le' imp j.uk C.ambcUa l.oan a apjV The sire olJiik', Nellie I. " mantuivering that called out the ,Uring and m4 a Kplcndnl jeiinel, will V ilkes a6. Kmc t CKCII.IAN PAKK. I7K JJ limoy mill consiornaii aj in iun j mike the season 2 out of "fcj&ri u w tisliniKloni.ru) ; jtn nam .ioj:k imp moi 30, ii;. Outlaw J aiVj. P.ilchcn JI.adt l).il )lSt rn ede t.tn 'CJ'WJTi.1''t.i"iiii sines unit tiioiiipietl llieilt or iste .it my Maine nctiveeu tne i Jan vine ' 3.. nblK'W .toji, and Lad) lluitncca (ml and D.tntille .. Hitstonvillc pikes, PUkVUKiMliSSBiVCJKLl. (iqntlem.iti 2 :v, anil sire ot the id dam uf Priucep.. HMlic lrc of Trinket tii.niitl 16 tf"LIjits;j)f Valor would till a dozen VikhIIoicI utlir.illirTword.oj.. or better; bj Clwl and ' U' P ISSS. Tint 1.0 battles of any importance AT $8 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. I'liilThompson 1 iiiVj 1 i I J of Mumbrino bt Abdallali. sire of Mambrino 221, in Rvsdtk s ll.imblctonl.in, j 11. ...Firm dam cyer.slained the soil of the (Jaji. Hood M.irc. parted with itistiratiri- and money Sir V.ilUr ' 27; 1st dam by Lharle Kent mare, Woodbine, dam of WiilewM .i..u w. ,,...., Hat Utliaii, is hands j inchrs ...hmvim.. ii Ilullfouiidcr; nldamOnt lite, by Ilishui ... bt rrinirorKi. st.ier 10 ..iiiiim....!., o..h. foald l. 1. (. It P.N'GI L.MAN fall, due I17' i xtfw t .i . ll.,. t.it I.. II Siltertall, bt Imp i II.iinhlcloni.in.jilil.ini lit Abddkili tj. lrr of Ooldsmltli Maid trial 3 if4, anil Thomas nude their heailipiaitei " " . ...... f . - r s.rc ""'".llll ry 1... , .r mhI GffMBETTI WILKES. ot oy ll.tmhlctonian f 11; jildim llhick .luuu .ti,VHt;er Kdtk'snthcrs Willi record tile tsire or 2Merino!, trial Rose,b dam ol Darkness jjtl27 darn ,..tii, hero awhile. 1'r.ig;; ami Ihiell with their of ru Trm Tremer; iol..i.rintrdam a U.t lulural Kicer, bt ,ouhk ir.i Nettie a tS,ini, 17 INK IIOSS Ml LL JACK, I" dam b) Oiistot' 'l.lcgniph pater Awenca. ii.,it.r i.lki. of in il.ioitf uf Trinkt't all and , by Cannon tup. 4H1 dam ht itooin iirar ir old re.ord r.t" )e iHet'ing and pursuing host- Noun, .11.111110 2 20. by merica b Wake Up-- ,k, record a , Hamlet too, tne site ui A , others with records ol 2 o or billir 4 . dam b) OM Sw coper pater tsu'.'.iu iawBsisr v ism swv vinmihi Onsltu', 'K.sr.ipli through to join arms inTenuesnee. John Vermont Doiunt;') by illll'ii lllack Hawk, ' .lunieer ,, lre ..f it Juilen i lit-,-, l.losttr 2 1; SKVKNIV TIM. DOI.I.XRS THI'SKVSON hy Sli.lion'. Hook full for itJJ Down'oluniver ij bt lUHitilvlimUn io nnd other Allen aajt,. Vcrniont leiyin uter Desired the Pbe slroof Morgan and Zolhcoiler with their cournomitial l.u. ) Pope, remrd j jjv, and trial in 2 in 4 l sire ol the dains ol Knlmii. ai, and a o pirst dam Lad) Patriot, dim ot Sentinel 2 ay) lit hi Will make the present c isoii at the stable of His brccdliiK on dam', side 1, try nun h like le sire of the dam ol Maiubilna Itruce, the aire ot Younjr 1'i'tru t ageous cavaliers unfurled tlieir standards ow ncri, 1 mile t ci of Stanford, rome nrn.r . 2 ,5'.,, t,lr jum. hwlni llelle Wilson 2 2S!i f MC Split IAI. NO IIL liHeaife, and man) other, Iim nunieroii II Ul'ss liluck lintvk, bv Shermun Morsrnn, da bred ) ounz here, ire like Ilauibal of old, they to mci r In nflerlnir the sertice ot lllis hi rts.n n p.n inv I.IihkI has UULI. lilOUnC Hi OIU IU mniine H iiwilin nniT !1t,,ttrottln! mare Hill's liluck Hunk In UK- stallion to the public I leel .is.ured that tho hav- AI AM Mil XU ISTAUTI.K, uon Ulinu wooj ted down upon the valleys below. aiaiins. .,j,, J.) ..,.sre 2,0 4ntl Nutwood mre of llelle of S.iratiwH 3 311: Lancet 3 'T, ..... riis.t.rli.rf tioirr. will '.mnreciate him. not only. A few of hi, get can be seen on the premise Youn Ameriea I." and Ktluin Allen 1 2t,l1 was, shown a mom at Dr. Morrison's liun.elf, but ru. a home wlw.se breeding that will compare fit orabl) with the et of an) aj, and I, the lre of the dams of lilanclie a 1.V1. us. trotter nm,,,, Prln. c will mak the .ei.on .1 ,m fremot in the land (Full brother to Majolua it A hell the in he house, short litauee from the (iap, jark for the count) money will be retained mart (Jen Tweed, JA'., Teiii.eee a -, and rAntthe public-- tlc informed, at u l)ar-olwell A Parting with the colt the season 111.0 ine i.iuiiucr 01 iiik ureai. nint h onus loniot ,t4I(l(l u, Mt eral closely "iileieit race, prot ll.tt Imrse, ifi hands hili bt Kohl Itoll- llred whury all the I'liiou and Confederate forfeits the insurance (.reat care will be taken lo that ha in the in.ilc- and ftiinuk- - line piool ajoi.r tl,,ltillhi,e tint he i, tfitmi-- relia ntr. New York Citv miuh oaled in 1M0. Sired by be responsible better representative.. At Uto.ua he start r rait-hble, generals of any uole from (5 rant ami bee pretcnt accident, but will not old record j 6,ire of Majolica j It. At ni) f..rni on tin. s Sturile, should ocur a bt Old Columbun, (Ilarl.li-sire nl Cl, ,! mirier pike, two miles south II unit others, wintoliimnu. den, NirK K II & K P.WOODS irst nam of Stanf t 4)',, clam at tiajonca a 14 Confidence a 2S, dun. Mcssmer m.ire. down a iv reputed to have slept. In, u.,sl. three strulKht heata; time, th, II, L.liTk Jc.ic III LIUIH I IU. I.U lllt'l. M) Ja.k lady dam of Little Miss j joSand I Mirier triel By the way Dr. Morrison has one of 'V. 3 27 , it. .ia,s, from Canada, sire ot Couiidime j A t oluiubu . saconipctit.', ttlut was iipp.ir, nil) oeau ueai, 7lni'.w,lni of dam of Hnsamond 3 yVlt and Yuunr ( XxtlK.itora i' It fa.t turn f , reuu-, , y. t japt. Walker, sire Pilot, 4th liar 'lUe, wa. trotted In tin the nicest place in all the mountains duni Jlln U 3 ,15b ; .ukI also sire ol the dams ot lieu upprote ,,. 11....... p. ,,, ,rH f ,h. dam of IIiimMiii. sertui - liuutel L Morrill a 37, 1.oplse X. m'4, N.imele3 pj, Pu ami here 1 would like to live it it Mere and Itosalind 2 21V.. li dan, hy Cadi-- .son of ll,rand - no,, tt ult uKoit.i a Voiinu Citluntbu. Is the i..re of r'ly. i7 I.I.A IIS to will stand bin. nxhi 50 for ma.es f.,r,erticc I rand thoroughbred) H I nearer the busy vvorltl. However it is1 n,j st,,ii,,., f.uied m 188.,, 16 hands and wen-at $12 2 ,o or mtitr performers, and he has 4 sons that .lid for a re in foal insure l'i"" li.'ite.ired 230 or littler performer.. Old Coliim-bi'""" alaoi raja.k..Jiaiid$15for.ijciiiiet-i,r- ne.inei. .,i',1":u an exce lent n ace to tlunk ol one'H "i. P1"""' ires sure n lit u. aliue.ti hin.tatice. uv McctiKcr is the founder of the Columbus family, which .ii rv.rii "it VIIIVIl ir .:.::, . ..r Sued !.) .Mcenser liicl, the times of lOllg ago. Chief 1823 b)- Abdallah Pilot First dam own,i,. bloo wis to the Ii 1st what the Pilot, Jr, blood M S.IIAK.HMA.N, was to Kcntuckt 3j't. and C. Sin ol Maud Meseni'er a iJ(.b) MclUon, This morning to my exquisite delight Stanford, k.) I.) ireof dam mi) Lurry, other, first saw OIIU Ol tllO OUl'tllllCll COllCStOyil ICOH, ' 'lamnnno cmci; ju tiaiu oyU. imp. ...poM.imru. K 1 it son ol Tliurnd.ilu 2 22!', ; ail dam bt tear old re ord 2 iS ite 1IKWI, Vlll CIHJICSli 4IIIU.IIIIO Jill lldlll Mamorinn Medle), .on id Mambrino Chief, 11; jd wagons pass by. It was pulletl ly six ilnni bt Daruaby's Dinmcde; rth dam I) Cannon Hi) horse foaled April 10, i83i hired b) Calidam by rsorman. Whip; 8th dam ny slupp' Paraxon younur stallion ttill make thenc.tson ut the Tlii (lent lew is ilia) stjlllou, 1)1, hinds IiIkIi, I'MlecJ ban 2 14 .Ireof Cy lone ji i 1st dam Soprano, man was mules ami a Messciuer Chief Jr dam by Vermontjr id k.une place .mil will be limited to luent) mart. SS, beiiitiful In color mid hindsome lu form and dam of hminence )ear old record 1 27) and full oy iiuiiiii;. s ,11..) ac)liii.n J.i driving: How vividly it reminded me P.aKle;uy41I1 dam bt- Oiuititt'sl'elesraph. record 3 35), and heshnw. true, well balanced pill and has un- sister to Stcinwat AT ic Tf) INSIIRF So o 3 i3)i, by Slratnmore, sire of Santa Clan, doubted speed, hat Im; .hotvn iiuarter. in 37K 10 ftl Mesdays. The wagoner the of I'eriuont Ir by Vermont. dam He had no truck tvork last 217s. ad darn Abbess daintifsteinway old tears lull brother to Dantille Wilkes, seneer Chief Sr. urndticed rhe followiue: MautI And ttilluoln Irainlnir the nnd his blood record tvoleal wairouer of yore alas! then 're Messengers 6, Abel 3 24 'J, Marvel 338; llessie find on Intc.stlL'.itiiiL' the pcdiim'c June. lieYou will year III' dispojitlon is perfect lilsdam, was b) ity Pair 223', and Solo i"JiJl, h) Albion iru of Van. sireofSalhe ageu. trul2 38, by record ySU. it of that is one line L)tton,lhelre of 2.s..iiKe H', ; ol dam bt Marshal Nay, sou of im 4050, sire of Maine II. ,3 40. II 2 35i, Manning VK DOI, but few now! is seldom met with unless M J74.1..,1A" ? 3'J Robert .iesseneer mri j 30, of the best bred xounyr horses south of the Iliter Th'irndale 1 33', u son uf Ih it famous marc, Doll) , ported Kuiancip.itinu. SKVP.N . .. o.iio iiv 3U Uam 2 35. isaiiiciioc lie lias the blooil of (jcore Wilkc, American (dam of Director 3 17. and Onward jji ) lt dam 1. KS the season, tilth tbe usual returns dam b) Old elcgraph, 4tl, dan. by FrankVke-daddl14. it be ill tllCse part, Where the people Pretty llelle 3 j8, Singely Messenger 3season of 63 Clay and to back htm lor a speed prohy llrown Chief 111) brother in blood to lhereit lit OliveAy Wagner Wa.y by M.na,r Chief jr will make th" Clark Chief. ducer Cli.lg With foild devotion U. the Cllstoill ' 'Tom laV Pedigree Kcnnv Wllkea was .Ired by I. tie (ilcntiew tvllUtindat jii the Insurance, money L)le Wilkes is by ;.'"' (leorge Wilke. 333: lit uam of their fathers and turn their backs on AT $15 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Wilkes (650, sire ot Matlie Wilkcajo; lit dam due when the factl. mceruln.d or tin mare pitted l.oii Co,,,,, Clay. ,i,e of Zclkabv 2d Hiawatha, lull sister to Maud WIL with. 3 26, Maggie llnggs 2 37,. Klla'day 2 ,,W S"j Mc III) horse, ij hand, high, llred hy J, schemes of enterprise. He is a curious Mams a 20, 21I dam I ina by .Mambrino Messenger Foaled Mav loth Kerran k Son. 1,0111, ville Kl01 tne nam ni tvno aireit 33'J,M;:l:eV).3a3:;,,,o, "" i.inci, sire specimen of humanity as much wo as 181 Sired bv Cutler, sire of Klvlr.i. Hay Maud Messeneer 2 16H; .d.imbi record i8'4; 1st dam Most Rote (own sitter to haVid'foot '"!' bru!r ".. KJ'n.W.a.. Campbell's last man. He dresses quaint Mesnentrer. itli dam by ounir Jefferson, n.tci-r.. . Priucep, sire of Trinket i 14 and 16 other of I jo : " uam".nt iiunr. coinmouore iu 01 mem in 51a Will make the nresent seison ut Win M. Rue's orhelter) by Woodford Mambrino 'i ly, talks iiiaiutly ami is full of the remsire of ..flli lllack stallion, 16 hands high, toaled in iSSi, tired I.vle Wi'kcs 4650 ton of (Jeorue Wllkc.; 1st Training Stable lit d dam Prim rote dam uf Jinta Insure a llxnitf coltor $111 Abbotaford 2igj AI- Romulus. id iniscences of the (Jap, through which he hy Alniuut Prime 1'irst dam by 36 performeri dam LoubtConn, b) American Clay, Mm dam ml)hiaun,ver,o,;f:i,I,,;,meVe, Priucep sire of Trinket ' 14 by Alexander's Abseason, cisii ut d ""'" Prince by Aim nit Miiiulinno Chlcl, td dam Caudle, tneHe I. year. old,lime nt sertice a beautiful kornlos sire of dallah sireof fioldsmith M.nd , 14; jd dam lllack i6liaud Iilli. the has piloted theconcntoga eveihince "Old in the 2 jo li.t. Hi il.ttii ji, dam of.Mollie Loni;, il.un of Lrlcton 3d Hiawatha by Hiawatha, .on wi" u,,',k ,1,e bay, with tine ninucaud tall.u perfcit mod- Ro.e dam of Darkness 4.7I. and Native Aineri- ni) place "f 1883 at Imp Albion, dam Duthcr'n Maid by Mambrino 11 3 '.c'west of Stanford, at . . cun Hickorv" was president. The future record is tery stylish colt, kind and gentle lu of UKcr. Dntvnini;. Hay Messenger by a. el und a perfect .addle horse. Ji)i, by Tom 'Teenier ; 4th dam by Cannon's I hi. .Messi by Robin Oray TW'K.VI Y KI VK Sired by Hubble' Denmark, known prosperity of the region in and around harness iiucLni'im ronnscs to ne .t iiit.i iiu.se iilncrs, dam by Imp .Nleaseiieer. Downing'. Hay First dam Mollie Mount,, by Cubbc' as On Time Whip: jth dam insure a marc in foal. Lexiuuton; DOLLARS to for the stud. He has size, style, bone aim iuu NlesstnKi-rli. the .Ireof Lady Martin j,, Jim 3d dam IiiNurc, Mure, kept he bv T)lor' Vounif the Clap is well assured. Ihe spirit of stance Will make thie season at TKN DOI. PortcraaSU. Mambrino Messenger, .Ireof (Ten. aengcr; by diim by America, Denmark, which Mc. risk. Horses nn grass atbyi per month at owners' , lauding lvcs the insurance, money jd Miller'. on the same terms as Mestenecr Chief Ir. (icorvc II. Ihoinai, who sired .Scott Tlinnia. 3 21, on 3ell until sertice fee is 'i'l'1 Now youth in nil of 'its' adorable LARS horses will season at my farm on the Mere, and l.udy K. 1 in the due if ihe mare itparttd with. If any mare bred the him a double cro. of the best .addle .lock g.te personal attention to Doth ijh. tvprld; 4th dam by John llluiit. one of the tied rate to either of these lior.et is retired to another horse not re.pont.ble for accident nnd nuld majesty him begun to electrify the na- from and Carpenter's Station turnpike, 2 mile T1I0S.C. KOHINSON", the money will be due. Hooks are now open nnd hones in the world : jth dam by Wiivy. llustonvillc. OIIAS. i ckow" O. & C. P. CKCIL rapidly filling. W.M It UK, Danville, Ky. Stanford, Ky, Ij tives through the in'.trunieiitalily of 13 J. K. IIAU15II.MA.N. Stanford, Ky. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal c : Sscmlot .1 C Denmark .1 ! IMP. LONDON, I . - V ....:.,. ..:, l'r.)-.i.- 1 hiijb-tai- l ! '.-,- . a. 1 Jay-he- - j 1 1411 till-- . , .111 9 to-da- y 111 ail-- d I 1 I - 111 I I - ' bed-for- ; iw rrrTr id coiTcnEaAsr I -! K JACO! I I I I Caiprn-icr'iStatini- fui-ih- er EEEECHLOADEE. to to Insure Living 1 1 j 1 1 a Living Colt m I ' r cngineer-i.icturesnii- e. j - IIOII'-l- l I ill II 00 Vl III 4 V njcipinn j, 1 1 C-- i) 1 . 1 1 Du-an- u 1 BI-TJEMOIT- to-b- e T. 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C iS-i- I 1 a "' Z"l';SV 111 nuu - KEMY VlLKGS. J F. CLAY, 1 )ear-old I I nilvcry-hairc- d 111111 1. I u.1111 EQERSONJfflLKES. 3 11 ante-bellu- m - first-clas.- s l'V-- -- ' : LKillTIIKART, 1 "'''" BLAUIKMOITo I ... Dow-nlni;- '. . - : 1 - S'o-mo- oi'viKiyU!' .I .!?. -- 1 - "" 4 1 1 "" i Fifteen Hollars to litt"it,e,-lne'4 "r lVfJ.,.,ii.r. . Atj t.1