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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889043001 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 1889 $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. XVII. AT HIS OLD HOME. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Interior Journal, STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY. APRIL 30, 4889. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. NO. 23 TheJ. fo,"e ,,u' ,mvo ,l,ll,,e several tents of J. Man Visits iho Old Homestead-anMrj j5m0j j ,,., t obtained recently. "ru tM,,r!,,u on t,lu 8tre-'- l Leaves For a Few Days by the Seaside, ycxtoiiliiy to marry Mrs. Nnniilo Lam-'1- 1 ,li"1 U t0 HL'H " to t,HJ t,nv,,, ,,ut Only thine who have excluniKcl one i)ert, n very uttneti've un.l iicconipllHliud T,"'lr don t think they wlUellect Hide. homo for another can ..nprcci.itu the widow, of Klnvllle. A man with a "Flyinu Dutchman" old homo- pleiwureH of returning to the N'ewBcomcH from Fort Scott. Kim..' rnklnjt in the nickels of the Hinall boy tiMul. uli..re rendndfirt of davn mine liy.tli.it Ml Mnnid. ,l,..i..l.t..mf l! n Pi.... and the negro here now. He has been lirexent theiinulveri on every lutnd. Some j nanlt, late of thin place, Ih to marry n furp'tH wealthy voting lawyer on the lfith of here a week and averaged about writer hiiHrultl that "'ie fox never the ilrst hurrow, hiitretnriHtoitthoiiKh iiixtnionth. .Mim' Mamie in a lady of day. The ItOth will be observed by most yearn have pitted. So it in with tut all. Hplendid appearance ami us lovable as everyone. The banks and stores will all and even though trials, disippolutmeuts aim Is liamlsom", and the fortunate man bo closed. Some of the elerk will go- - j and Horrows make our Hist years full of who has won her will lie envied by more tlshiugaud others will take in Lexington Kricf, yet there is no spot in the broad than one of her old Stanfoid beaux, and other plana. Mr. Isaac !. Teny and Mrs. Kliza.l. unlverso so dear to us as where father Mr. V. I,. Held ami wife have gone child-- 1 Carrier came to town the other evening and mother lived, anil where our to Indiana to visit relatives. Judge M. hood days were spent. Tltete Is no reo and were married in the parlor of the J. Durham and wife have arrived from Hell, ollection so vivid ai tho-t- of our youth- - I'oitman House by the Key. lien Helm. Washington and are stopping with his ful days and the minutest details of each Mrs Carrier is the widow of the man son, It. .1. Durham. tritlhiK incident are an fresh to the mem- who was killed at I'ulaskl Station In a -- Mr. 11. F. l'erkins has the Harding ory, and even more so, than those thinps collision on the Cincinnati Southern Oct. Flats furnished and will move in a few which happened yesterday, or not so H.)th last ami who compromised with the days ami commence hotel keeping. Ionj,'. These recollections and these company on the payment of $.i,0tX) for Mrs. Akin will keep a boarding-hous- e in memories caused a desire to visit my old his loss. She is a handsome woman and her property from which Mr. 1. moves. home in the country, which I bade fare- seems to enter fully into the spirit nf the - Mr. James It. Marrs, postmaster, has well to nearly einht years ao, and 1 soiij;, "Let the world vai as it will, 111 gone into the book and job printing At could not think of returning to Ken-ti- n be ay and happy still," for she takes up H. Nichols, former edbusiness with ky w ithout doiuc so. The old moun- with a new love in less than six, mouths itor of the Olive Hrauch. They hae tain road, which passes the home of my after her old was taken from her. moved their outllt to the room next to maformer days, presented to my view the postolllce. "huTtonville. ny chtvijjes that have been wrought An extract from the town ordinance Hince 1 traveled it, hut Mill there were The rescue of the p.isse indent of the has been handed to our business men, Inleft a number of thiiiKS that Hiinested Daumark now don't hay Denmar- k- whicli forbids them sweeping any loose cident" which were pleas tut to think of ami the overuhelmiiiK iiiviiskm of Okla papers or rubbish of any kind on the a I drove onward to the old plantation homa, in addition to the nrovniliiie ma- streets. This is right, but our business Tlte road, though fearfully muddy, and ua that Iuiih'IIs so many men to mur- men should not wait to be reminded nt places nearly impassable, was quickly ,ler wives and hh rut hearts and then of it sped, each bend and turn milling mtfr-- 1 commit The strawberry supper given by the fully engage our to the very interesting drive. He fore toiitioti. I was exasperated against your ladles of the Ilaptist church at Mr. Fox's a thought of wearriness had been felt the classical H. M. for making me to appear Art Gallery was a decided success. The i.' miles bad been traveled and I was in as quoting the monstrosity "to Plato's sum realized was about $00. Their supsight of the dear old place. Alighting dark domain," until I learned that said ply of ice cream and strawberries gave It will pay you to examine our stock before buying elsewhere. and knocking at the door, to ask permis- - jj. i. VV1U, ,.,kMKcd in showing "Oie Vi- out or else they would have made more. rion to look around, I was met by the inny" his "extraordinary countenance." The money will go towards buying a owner, wlto, although a number of my h,. Wnry Ivl; the hojies of many cliiu new carpet for the church. Hless the 8cIum)1 days wen spent with him, knew around you, and the prayers of loving dear ladies, how would the churches do me not. Making mjmilf known to him heart attend you. without them? Oo without carpets aiiy- was the next thing in order, and I dull The change in the atinosphereseemH! 1,ow'v 91. S A . , , , so. Of courc he granted my request to militate against business activity. In try to t,,l'.voI,f r and in ..short while I was wandering fact huiness, or more elegantlv-lns- si-! I " II ,,rVtty 1,r?M ?r ' tude-see- ms -"l" ot,";r over Held and forest "monarch of all to be an epi.le.ni Kven HI. ' L' ! the cities to get a larger supply of dry surveyed." It was an inexpressibly de- - ,u. .linposttton to keep up the an.enitieM ,1,nt- Woodcock was in Danville Is a Candidate lor Clerk of the Court ol Appeals-subjehats are beai.t.ftd this goods. J. II. hghtful privilege, and although mmZt society has nearly died out. Tll0, 'KOod to the acttcn of the democratic party- - Elec last week to see his mother, who is sick. DENTIST. lion August, 1890. "" I"1'1 J111' ,)a"V!11" tMrls f l,ow Uo" thoughts suggested by the various things w hoL. bnlei. of pillantry now resU on ,"",,a-- v l,,tM"; ' ,lo,e ! ie . 8,oulde.s of Bucklea's Arnica Salve. of intereM were sad ones, Htili It gave me . threedevoted n.artvr- s- t0 Office on Lancaster street, opposite wi" uo r to recall those instances Verv yot.t.g, hot said to l,e weaned and !" pleasure even The bet sahein the world for cul, bruises, Stanford, Ky. season, however if they do go ore, ulcers, salt rheum, feer ores,tetter,chap-pe- J wlmii .. ...I... i ..... Ku.ir to I)... ilnvH ulimi well of it , who are doing their work lie- - than this LONDON, KENTUCKY, hands, chilblains, corns and all Win erup- STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. .,. tin- han.lles can be used for fishing poles , ...,.n.. ...v ,.r...,m ,.r,. with tl... livlmr. Time i'mwiim. v jMUrvfr rt, ,...,... , ., n ms.iui'rv-tj j" tuu unfit next season. tions aud positively cures piles, or no py requirCAPT. FRANK B.JRILEY, PROPRIETOR dear old home v herein triumphant vindication of a claim to hml changed the All persons wishing a pleasant life and well ed. It is guaranteed to pc perfect satisfaction, pleased wife let them use Patent Flour made at r had taken place, cellence in this beastly virtue, appears in Price S ccn" Per a joyful or money refunded Thoroughly Renos ated and Refurnished. LANCASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. Stanford Roller Mills. Call for it at your gro,.,,,. ,,f tl,,. i.r.....-l...aaleby A. R. IVnny. Slinford, Ky Fare and Reasonable Prices, Day and night cery, and if they have not got it on baod, urge but not chamrcd sulllciently to make me l.n ..H.. them to keep it. or get an order from them and Trains are met by Polite Porters ot this Popular -- w our week of pwiurs. forget those happy days, which y't He I plV(. Instruction on his death bed that get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant House, Youth. Renews Her f. -- Mr. Henry .Noel will most likely sell and interesting family ,,, on my mind and which time can have ,,,. ,,0 ,lrit.(l 0 k 10 het Mrs. 1'h.ebe Chesley, l'elerson, Clay Co., Iowa V N POTTS, Superintendent to fells the following remirkable story, the truth of 9S ,,0' ow. l.v"K G. A. BENEDICT & CO., noeirectu,H.n. As I looked at the old of IIinillltai, i order that he might !,,e which is vouched for by tne residents of the town, place I wan reminded of tlie following l,iave hl()r, ,iM,mu.0 to travol llftt.r tlle his rotlicr, Kev. It. K. .Noel, HARRY A. EVANS, troubled with kidney 'Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, recently sold to a lam 73 years old, have beenmany ears; could not full ol meaning and very, u..snrreetion. lines, which are complaint and lameness for for $".'00 and be- - dress melf without help Now 1 am froe from Tennebsee party a liooe CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL STANFORD, KV. mm"mm appropriate: t and soreness and am able to do all my own ofim cm tc Hi H.. dw.noyj- hctt The Winchester Sun, a reptihlicau pa- - sales made aH.de of Ii- -' hogs at Ji cents. lousework. I owe my thanks to Electric Hitters STAN'rORD, KV. and removed renewed my .hiMhwwJ. per might not have meant it, but this isf , The democrats had a meeting Satur- - for having disease and youthTryabottle 50c comWells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at and pain. . , . W hen f.U recblleulon pte.tni ir.M xn vi. ' , ( atmoillt- - pletely all Penny's Drugstore. .,..,.,.!., f()r ti. r,)(w,, Engineering, and Surveying in factory prices. 30 . X,m $l,atA. It. I .I..... ...t.u. nc prc.i.iui .!. iiiTiwt .11 mt,. .l.tirla.1 i.ic ."H.u all branches. "Set a thief to catch a thief, then if iiK delegates to the convention to be wiUw.mJ. LOUIS SOHLEQEL, ' Is Consumption Incurable? And v"r) loved i'i ilut my inCinc) Vne " you want to know the true inwardness held on the 8th of May m Louisville. "Ft Traders, Horsemen and The new house lastly occupied by Read the following Mr. C II Morris Newark, i1 "D"fl?l)Cj Stockmen ol the counties Another sweet privilege was to lay a of matters at our State capital put some Ark,ays 'Was down with Abscess of Lungs Garrard llower on the graves of the. father and haw keyed Itupiiblietu in, and you can (ieo. I). Uurdett and family is soon to and friends and physicians pronounced me an in of .Marion llovlc, Lincoln, relating to and Washington will hml all the news nutters of in ICY KICIIMOND V once so dear to me, but now gone but that there will be an airing of the (li- he occupied by II. M. Hallou and wife. cuiablc consumntiM" Itcgan taking Dr. King's terest to thein in the i mother fPl? 1 Jil New Disctneryfor consumption, and am nowon the leadinK paper of A U V U the way of the good. A thousand rerol-- ! lapidated linen about the old State It is now having an addition in the my third bottle, and able to oeree tho work on Central Kentucky, issued Tuesday and Friday of Photographs mall styles and sires. Pictures in each week, $1 per J ear Send 50 cents and try it India Ink, Crayon anil Water Colors, New demy farm. It is the finest medicine cer made."' shape of a new room added to it. lections came over me as I stoixl by these Hoiihc." Address It G lloj Ie, llusiness signs In Kr.imes nnd Mats at very low prices. Muldlewart Decatur, Ohio, sas "Had for three months doubt-fres- h The sermon Sunday morning by it Jetsebeen for Dr. King's New Discovery for con Manager, Danville, Ky Ij graves, one of which was covered with) The editor of the Sun would not I would have died of Lung Troubles Filler J. C. Frank at the Christian sumption up by tloitort Am now in best o sod w hen I last looked upon it, but less get mad if some one should nouil-noWas given S. O. DAVIS, ! church was certainly one of the best we health ' Try it Sample bottles free at A. R. it had sunken with age. Sad as it ' nate him for a State ollice on the repuh-waPenny's drugstore PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, I was very thankful to be then and Hr.m ticket. AIboJjuuI uiuliHtoolc. hae heard him pieach on the "Graves l'aducah Standard. of the Dead" or Abel being dead yet to the time when years shall look back As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell atgreat XT. VJCRNON, Iv V. sacrifice 1 saw mills complete ulth Jo horse boilers i I,. . Our French friend who comes in and soeaketh. The day being inclement not mi. I ..on... aud 20 horse engines, 7 saw works, ox log tvjg. Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. on 3 a.liorse wagons I attended Sunday-schoo- l burkboard, t spring wag- Special attention at St. Trier's sits on the coiner of our desk and reads (as many as usual were present to hear given to disease of children on and harness 3 yokes of cattle, 3 mules, horse, I ued to death our exchanges hhvh he can not get the the able difcourse. go, but church, where grist mill complete, and my farm of coo acres of Pec-toi' : h'i'.'i wnon lanu wen tuunereu. 1, Aytr's Cherry "ill sell privnteiv Jesse Walden Is now in I.011- - Cti'i had played it part, families had moved hang of the Kiiglish language. "Look at MAKTSMll'I . it trcaior demand than ever. l Ma) wood, l.y away and tho children of Uioho d.iys had zis," he says: "here is one story about a don holding :i protracted meeting and up No preparation for Throat and Lung It says: 'His mother kisied hiinl to this date has had a number of eomer- - Tronhli s U so prciupt In Its effects, so L'rown out of my recollection and I was hoy ROWLAND, KY., indeed a stranger. However a few yet and he kied her buck.' Wliitt for he moiis and still the good work continues. agreeable to tlie taste, and so widely is tho family mediDealer In lemained, including tho treasurer of the kiss her hack? And here is one sen-- 1 Hrother Walden has been evangelizing known as this. It I ha e secured the services ot a competent Carriage Maker and am prepared to do nny and all Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps 'He went llsh- - niot of tho year. Hois working most cine in thousands of households. W.I100I, who would keep each copper or tence worse and worse: to Uuggies, Carriages, "I lmo Miifcred for years from a kinds of repairing me will liaemy personal Ac Hoots, Shots, Clothing, Hardware, Queens-warWork entrusted to com of any kind, and who would not ing and his mother whipped him on Ins1 faithfully in the Master s vineyard bronchial tu'iflile 'hat, linnet or I tako Aliwork guaranteed. Prices reason! my ! I trv are, Furniture and a cold 01 iiiii cNpoiud to Inclement weathZat is such a funny A p.nty of Lancaster men expect to even give change out of that money, hut return.' My able. W.M. DAUOHKRrY. er, shows t'.suir by a my annoying ashington rost. form a brick inul tile company soon at would tuin it In just as ho had received language! by tickling ct .iMiiuii In tho throat and Cenoral Lino Crocories, has aldiulcul'y m breathing. I hate tiioil a Middlchoro. As much as it. I spent a very enjoyaiue .aimain t ii'iiu'dies, lint notio docs so Lake Worth, IMorida, is said to be so ready been invested in tlie now enter-piismiiiiv Fancy Candies, Canned Goods, &c. watched with interest the morning and All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods well as Ajor's Oherrv Vcetotnl which full of fish that it is nearly impossible to returns of This last investment is concluzeal and eneigy of the good superintendr.'tvas ies prompt uiliof in A Iloplor, 297I4 Acres, situated on the St.tnford and Crab bo.it through them, and they are sive that our citizens, who have already my old complaint. lne,t Orchird pike, near Walnut Flat Kor particulars ent and his ellicient corps of teachers, move a Ter-r- e adHress It C. HVWATKRS, taken so easily that there Is no fun in it. invested in that city have so much faith Insnuetor of l'nbiiu Itoads, rnrlsh Amerand tno happy faces of tint young llounu, La. Crab Orchard, Ky. 90 " I constdor Ayor'.s Chorry Tcctoral a in the continued giowth of tho place Listen a song ol rcJoiUng ica nsthev icceived the picture cauls, most important remedy Hearts that wero heavy are glad. that they me willing to invest more capiawarded them for perfect Icsmous. Women, look up and bo tioxtul, E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor I suppose It was, for tal for the advancement of Middlchoro. Perfectly natural, I here's help anil there's heal ih to be had. MT. VERNON, KY. Since tho Internal ltovenue ollice wish a repetition of the days spent I have tested Its curative power, In my me to Take courage, O weAkones drspondet.t, fmiilv, ninny times during tho past This old and Hotel is still mainttin No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, 2.. !..., ..w.jl s.t.t .w.ii. Iilifirl.nr.il ul.iil. ........ has not been decided as yet to any place, And ilrho back the foe that sou fiur nviniwiiivwM, Ill II. ill j;vjvi thntv yens, and havo netur known it and its proprietor Is determined that it ing Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spethe wsapoii that uescr will fail you With (jod seemed to smile upon socially, but we wish Lancaster would come foith gloto Mil. It will ndlovo the most eriou3 shall be maintained. cial attention to the traveling public. ji.d lungs, O, be of good cheer, riously and win tho ollice. Wo have a niTe.'tions In of tho throat frown upon financially, but u thought of M. P. NKWCUMD, Prop., or adults." Mrs. children whether from nil) of the iiikucses, for when you and thousands of "irregularities,suffer Mt. Vernon, Ky, Kentucky's blue-gras- s Ii. U. IMgorly, Council IJluils, lowu. ' ami functional derangements, number hero that wero in tho ollice beHe has recently ndded to Its appointments "Twenty yoars ago I was troubled other advantages ipiiekly teinoved an' peculiar to) our sex, by the use of Dr. Puree's fore who tilled their respective places with a ibsr.xso of the lungs. Uoctois inclination to regiut that I had chosen T.n.iritc Prescription you can put the entuiy of most creditably to themselves and to tiffordod mo no relief and ronsidercd & and happiness to rout. It is the only abiding place the State noted for certainly would ho a nice mv ejisu hopeloss. I then begun to use Also Lancaster. It for my medicine for women, sold by druggists, under a Aver's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I tiling for L. if she could get it. ptetty wonui , line hornes, etc. posliisuguunntcc ol s itislactlun in every case, or had finished 0110 bottle, found relief. I A First-Clas- s Livory Dr. J. Ik Kinnaird loft Saturday to So far my furlough of two weeks has money ri funded. See continued to tako this medicine until a Cily, To accommodate the demands of his increased I behote that Ayer's in the extreme aud it days in New curuwnsoltufted. bo absent a week or ten been delightful transient patronage. Rest Turnouts furnished t Cherry Pectoral saved my life." Having purchased an in :i manufactulor all derangement of the liwr, ttomnch and will bo with a slight feeling of regret bowils tike I)r Pierce's Pellets. One a dose. York City and on his return will stop at ring business in I.ouissille, K) ,vthkh will require Commercial Travelers and others Samuel Griggs, Waukcgan, 111. nil of my attention, I want a buyer for a Washington. Kev. Clarence Crawford, "Six ears ago I contracted a severe that 1 will leave Virginia, notwitlistand-n- o What On Earth cold which sottled on my lungs and Kentucky exceeds my Sem-- 1 one's love for a recent graduate of the Theological Nice Residence and Good Stock soon developed all the nlaimlng s.miiji-tom- s own. 1 am again back in Richmond, but Is the reason people will not, can not or do not see inary at Danville, was in our city Friday-II- . of Consumption. 1 hud n couch, of Goocl3. difference in cheap nostrums put up by Cheap night sweats, bleeding of tho lungs, will go to Old To'int Comfort Friday and any houses or Irtesponsible parties at enormous W. Grant left yesterday for a reca'a-tiopains in chest and sides, nnd was so John Ilest opening In the State. Cish Liners can (jet spend ti few days, enjoying tho ocean profits, rather than take a medicine of world of several days llshing in the Cum-- ' prostrated as to bo confined to my all the lljrgains they want until entire stock is sold I mean buiness muck. bed most of tho time. After trying breezes ami other advantages that that wide reputation and one that Isgltlng universal berland. Dr. Fiazee and wife, of RichShelby Citj, April, '89 J A n RKIFI I various prescriptions, without bcnotlt, K. C. V. satisfaction at eijuat price T No medicine in the mond, were in our midst lust week, visitelegant resort alTords. mv phjslii.ui finally determined to give worlJ isgmng such unparalleled satisfaction tor Miss Marion Wolford was ma Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took it, and ev- ing friends. and and the effect was magical. I seemed An exchange says: "Gallium is tho llcggs' Wood Purifiernot do its work will cost H. iM'ROBERTS, M. D., )i)u hero last week vMtiug relatives. Itobert that does to rally from tho first dose of this of metals, being worth $V ery bottle A. R Penny, druggist. most valuable medicine, aud, after using only three nothing cfe McKeennd Howard Marrs, of Danville, STANFORD, KY. We have noticed that bottles, am as well and sound as over." 'J."iO an ounce." weie in Lancaster Saturday. Dr. A. S. Kodney Johnson, Spriuglleld, III. first four letters of the word were tho Ollice 011 Lancaster Street, opponle How can Parents HUSTONVIIiLE, KY. .(KK) an Price, ofStunford, was the guest of his Hasing removed to this place from Liberty, to sometimes worth as much as Allow thcirchildren to cough and stralnnnd cough practice Ills profession, calls the attention 01 the Are still In the business and ready to do any Ueeord. Cherry mother Sunday. Prof. J. C. Gordon left ounce. A rcola pub lie to thu fact tint lie will be ready at all hours thing In the Undertaking line. We hate a full and calmly say "Oh, It Is onh a llltlu cold,'' and day or iilsjht to answer calls in town or country. stock of Ca.cs and Caskets of all kinds and Robes Wiggins nild nil of tho Other .keep gh Ing them cheap and dlngerout medicines Monday for Peweo Valley. The Misses, Prof. rntr.u;ui by Thirty years ofhls lite were spent in Stanford and of every dcicription. Our hearse, which is nearly lleazley, of Lincoln, are visit ing Miss Hut-prophets IIIIIV ttlll 111 dry Weather, bllt until they are down with the lung recr or he deems it uunccessir) to speak ol his ability as new can be obtained on short notice. Mr. J. U & Co., Lowell, Mass. Aycr Dr. chicken cholera Cliro never sumption, when they can be so easily relieved by tie Lea'r, in this county. "W. G. Dunlap) Bold J. C.i.bt'gl4U 1 plislclan and surgeon. A share of the patron Green has charge of our business and will show U) all nco$l ; six bottle,$S. age of the people ol Stanford and vicinity isasked our goods to any one needing nil j thing in our re-- j Ileggs' Cherry Cough Syrup I It has no superior arg in Lexington on a Visit to and wife fails. If it does, VOtir money W ill bo by him, (j.tf line. 64.tr lit datives. 0. W. Sweeney has gone to and few equals. A. It. Pt mi), druggist. funded by MeltolJeitS k .Stagg. I $-0a ' Many people wonder wliy we are so I BUSY ALL THE TIME If you will make a minute of a dozen or more articles that wc prices, of inspection and learn tlie difference in the take a tour MYSTERY WILL BE SOLVED once. Our Great Success is due to our Motto: Quick Sales and Small Profits Our Unequalled LOW PRICES in all Departments are ! i flK-iiui(l- i. THE TALK OF THE DAY! at-e- st We arc selling Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, &c, lower than any other House in Stanford. j j j ... .' Z.l THE LOUISVILLE STORE I W". IB. IFZEICTILsn court-house T '; '"k "i Main st., Stanford. LINGER, Manager. F. IJriiiklcy P:0' ' lol'r JACKSON HOUSE. ' ex-ma- First-clas- t!. s r ,,,,, , 07-t- ' ,01"-'hlt"l- il "n8o - i I Ai.ili!il0. PHOTOGRAPHER, T"7Tn jA w s, SAW MILL FOR SALE 1 1 - ..-.- ;6St Cf AH 11 1 77-- tf. ul 1 , jS-t- 1TOTIGEI sJ.BE.HILTOIiT . j e. p-oa- FARM FOR SALE! of THE MYERS HOUSE . j For Hoine Use. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Sj-t- STORE RESIDENCE inn-res- Pool aud Billiard Parlors bottle-wrappe- At Shelby For Sale. Stablo u Wood-Make- 0. J. T. STJTTOIT CO., Court-Hou- se Ayer's Pectoral, ; ,, '"tMummamm srss? V,f,rtT- - ' iV 7 t; ' rf'iJsria,'ji:jBi,iiiiia.il1 ftmlWuwJ ... .. ... .i I FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Tho American ship Kichard P. Buck, reliably that Harrison is charge that froirf'l'liihylelpliia.to itfn Francisco, was over the MBOre -- Woo wasted, 100,000 pounds, A. Bteiftb is' the 'great power behind the burned neir tjfo BchntAla Islands April T. Nunntjlley?fc L-j&-- X ; ' litKroae, that ho cannot treat tho premier li;108s$oo,pGO. ' t k. --i. A good milk co'wa and valves for Three A train bearing Vice President Mor- sale. Hugh Scargcnt. with common respect, but snubs him STANFORD, Ky April 30, 1883 ton. Gov. Korakcr and Gen. Schofield habitually and studiously. This Terra Cotta covered a mile, and a of a man infinitely his intellectual met with a collision nt Baltimore and quarter at Nashville Thursday in 11:10. W. F WALTON. superior shows tho smallnessof tho pres tho party had a narrow escape. Several Booth, Thompson ft Bro. taught of ident's mental capacity and settles very train men were hurt: A. C. Robinson HI head hous Tho Greenbrier Mountains, near nt 4). Col. Dudley, the famous or rather In- effectually tho calibre of his statesmanr Sparks fc Co.'s hemp storage buildof his White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., are on statesman denies ship. Tho grand-sofamous didn't follow tho example of hbj illustri- fire, millions of feet of valuable timber ing burned ut Lexington with 100 tons that ho wrote to a friend that "Harrison r and die a month Rafter havo been destroyed and tho Humes aro of hemp. lias lost Ills backbone and is too coward- ous Win. D. CofFman sold to Joseph Fel ly to bo seen consulting with me," but his induction into office, but it is likely Baid to be beyond control. In Oklahoma a gang of cowboys un strltzlcr for StoO about 70 acres of land to turn out that it would havo been bet Bays ho wrote as follows: "I am ufraid dertook to run a colony of old soldiers on Harris Creek. my influence. ter for his reputation if he had. you greatly off their claims and a pitched battle ocJ. B. Gentry sold to George I). GoocIk, TIiIh 1h Hcnson country Perhaps there is no one in the Bi.ai.vk and other of the curred, in which six of tho settlers were Wearen four tons of baled clover hay ut who has done so much for Gen. Harris- tried during the campaign to laugh the find n 05 cents per cwt. on during the last 20 years as I have; democratic administration to scorn be kilted and several wounded. now During the aro It at but because our democratic friends down cause it had placed some of the surplus living is estimated that there and sail- Icxington 180 four days' horso sale for head changed hands over 1,500,OCO Indianapolis have started the hue and in National bank depositories. Tho rein 1140,000 are pensioners, $47,0S0, un average of 2(11. cry on me, Brother Bun does not seem sult of the change of administration ors, of whom over A calf 20 inches high and weighand there are about 400,000 members of acto feel that ho can recognize mo as an shows, however, that this huo and cry ing but 20 pounds, perfectly formed, is consequently 1. don't was for affect alone. Secretary Windom the Grand Army of tho Republic. quaintance, and A bridge over an artificial lake at a Scott county production. take dinner at the While House, as has not only permitted the deposits to reCapt. K. T. Rochester has bought Chelsia Park, Kansas, gave way Sunday, might bo expected. I havo not been main where they were, but announces and precipitated 75 people into the water since our last issue 8,000 bushels of wheat since Cleveinside tho While House that ho will increase the amounts. Imi- lielow. All were rescued, but 16 persons IW.OOO in all at 70 and 75 cents. land's inauguration, a little over four tation, we will remark again, is the M. F. F.lkin bought of Win. Lackey woro injured, four of them seriously. years ago." Thosin of ingratitude is one of flattery and tho more tho re heifers at 2j cents N.Sid Piatt, the noted Louisville a bunch of of tho meanest of sins and the President's publicans mutate their democratic pre- shirtmaker, died Friday night of Bright's and of J. B. Gentry two fat cows at 2 Iwise ingratitude to tho man who did so decessors tho bettor It will be for the disease. Ho was a man of great energy cents. mncli to elect him, is unpardonable. He people. Mr. Jno. Bright says the cane, which and amassed n handsome fortune in thu should certainly be treated with as much does not go to seed but once in 7 years, is conducted for 2.5 years. Tun 'jotnerset Reporter publishes the business he consideration as Wanamaker, with whose Of C. C. Heed, a young lawyer, and Jus. in bloom now, furnishing excellent feed was delinquent tax list of Pulaski, which confat the purchase of tho blocksof-flvto fowls and stock. Lucas, a prominent business man, of made, and it don look cowardly for a tains 1)82 names This is the class of catKscort, one of the Derby entries, fell in need, tle that gives the county her republican Morrilton, Ark., have been convicted of fact to see him desert a friend interfering with the officers of the Plum- - j while working u mile on the iouisvillo who proved himself to bo truoindeed. majority, which is just about those figtrack and broke his fore leg. His rider, last. ures. There should be a general law re- mersville election in November a colored boy, was fatally injured. The estimated cost of the recent ' , Ah LoNcflis tho prohibition cause wim quiring that a man should give ut least Sheep for one penny each seems rifonnned to tho sole object of promoting that much support to tho government as campaign in Massachusetts for the protemperance cause, thousands of good the small tax on his head, before he is hibitory amendment, which was lost by diculous. Yet owing to the drouth of the .000.000. The the last six mouths in Australia, 50,(00 people voted for it anxious to do any- permitted to kill the vote of some man 44.4W majority, was sheep were recently sold in Melbourne amendment was 88,(i'.HJ. thing to suppress the wide spreading wtio tloes Help to support tho powers vote for the Financial troubles and the loss of at that price. soon as it was forced into evil. But so that be and perforins the other requireTho Somerset Rcjortcr says that his wife drove a Michigan farmer crazy, politics by a lot of designing men to aid ments of good citizenship. Tate & Catron sold to John Hail, of Lindaughter and alter Killing his them in their thirst for power aml.ofllee, it immediately became unpopular and Tiik "pious cuss" who is president of and terribly wounding his other child, coln, a jennet for S2S0 and bought a lot of butcher cuttto at :i and a of tho result nearly every where a vote has these United States by virtue of the fat cut his own throat and bled to death. Col., Dyer mayor of Guthrie, tho hogs at 4 cents. been taken this year is a defeat of the fried out of another pious cuss and othHon. W. A. Anderson lost two line Tho temperance question can- er fraudulent practices too numerous to mushroom Oklahoma city, made his first cause. and one 10 mouths question and those mention, waited till 1 a. m. yesterday to order giving the gamblers - hours to jacks, one not bo made a party who attempt to force it into politics do star! with his family, members of the leave the city. Two big tents are used old, supposed to be by lung fever. The cost him $1,000 and ho would where court i e as the city hall building so at tho peril of the cause and for the cabinet and others in a magnificent not have taken $300 for the colt. Lanheld. of their own aggrandisement. Benger train for the Washington Centen- who was the Charles SUSSS! T!mnn aAo ll.nt ' nint. Tlin nnniflfnf tafvi1intlv nnn nf headDr. Cerneau W. Taylor,in Kentucky. caster News. m Masonrv of W. P. Givcns bought of I). It. Stagg Tor u liuiw Klin niiiv the creatures who strains Ace. Sea IIIIUIIIMJUI 11IK at a gnat and has signed a document publicly and for 22headof202-Dounhoim at 41. Mr. Gjreeu Trimble, of Somerset, is heartily swallows a camel. mally renouncing that order and assert- Stagg also sold 15 head to Ben Robinson endorsed for collector by'Finley and as ing his loyalty and obedience to the at same price and 15 to A. W. Carpenter Congressman Wilramrc, If Col. Colyar succeeds in getting . heartily opposed by , at 4 and 4). son, and the fight is so hot that it is said $22,000 out of the Nashville American for Grand Lodge. Railroad Com, The Iron Mountain Lasley's Balamena ran at Iexington that Mr. Wslson will resign his seat in calling him a boodler and n corruption-istCongress if Mr. Trimble is appointed. it will be more than he or anybody pany (a part of the Missouri Pacific sys- Saturday, but Bob McA lister's Susie L. Fresh Brown Loghorn Eggs for Sotting. Mr. Trimble is accredited vHth defeuting elso could have gotten out of it, while he tem) has decided to discontinue all Sun- - beat her, though neither was placed. Mr. Wilson for the Senate when Paul satat'tho editorial helm. The colonel uay irams excepi mose iieemeo an udo-- ' oncnco nas down on the programme was nominated. We fear that Mr. Trim- seems to be hoeing of late in a tough row lute necessity for transporting mails or for yesterday. Kd Jones will not per- live stock. mit I.ady Jones to run again at this ble has but a poor show for the office, of stumps. Among the notables who sailed from meeting, as she is out of fix. but his appointment nor anything else A St. Paul man thought it the very New York for Europe Saturday were a uispaicn says the louacco crop P. Main and Somerset Streets. that Harrison could do would cause Wilof War Endicott and wife, will be a failure in Bourbon and Robert-Boson to resign. He would be' only cutting acme of fun to cover a fellow boarder all of the Navy Whitney and wife, counties. Owing to the drouth the off ills nose to spite his face and we over with black and white paint while he slept and then call the other boarders Buffalo Bill and his band of Indians and plants have all disapearcd. Planters have never heard that he was so great a to laugh at his joke, but it does not seem Senator Sherman. who expected to have plants enough to fool as that. Finley is getting in his work on the set so funny to him now. He is in the soup out 50 acres can not set one acre, and Buck Rowlktt, who edits "The Owl" for $2,500 damages awarded the other 4th class postmasters in the 11th and are planting their tobacco land in corn. changes are being made daily. Henry at LaGrange, has sent us a copy of his fellow. J. E. Farris had two promising colts Dealer In ' paper, B. Clark has been appointed at Carpenwhich bears this head line to come Sunday, a full sister to Silver Newspaper, Tiie Lexington Transcript says it is ter, in Whitley, and John Wesley, at "Strictly a Second-Cla- ss King and another by Imp. London, out Owned, Edited, Composed, Printed and "for Hon. Milton J. Durham for govern- Middleburg, in Casey. of the dam of Pink Cottage, Bee Martin, Mailed by the Kowlett Family." Af- or of Kentucky against any other man. Peter Jackson, the colored Australi nnd several other winners. Since Mr. STANFORD, KY. ter a thorough and somewhat prayer- He is'tho best man for the position in an, whipped Patsy Cardiff, of Minneapo- Farris has had the dam of Silver King - Your head is levful perusal of the sheet, we are not the Commonwealth."lis, at San Francisco in a fight for the she has dropped seven colts and ull aro championship of the Paci- premium prepared to dispute the first of this el, Bro. Caldwell. Best stock. fic coast and a purse of .f.1,000 given by unusual claim, but feel rather in n NEWS CONDENSED. 'frame of mind to second the motion. The the California Athletic Club. I. M. BRUCE, Owl as it appears before us is fearfully The Minnesota legislature has pass1,500 Over in Boston are wonderfully constructed. n capital punishment law similar in ed and Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is closed by the high licenso law. URRT, SALE AM FED STABLE, A South Caroline negro was hung some respect to the New York law. It full and complete. We call special attention to our Editoh CnK8s, of the Mt. Vernon Sig- for murder is made a misdemeanor for any newspaat Charleston, Friday. STANFORD, KY. nal, describes his town as a hell upon Marshal Burchett announces that he per to publish anything more about the earth, with whisky sold in open defiance execution than the mere fact. SPECIAL ATTI.N1 ION to COMMKKClAl. will appoint no colored deputies. The best Casket of tho kind ever invented. of the law and night made hideous by Hone am mule bought and told O. P. Lewis, a New York clerk, who traveler Connecticut is the next of tho New n Only drunken revelries, and calls loudly upon honeaand vehicle, ued m livery. Embalming couldn't support his mother in tho style under the mo3t approved method when desired. England States to vote on prohibition. Ato agent lor the the officers to do their duty. Officers Dr. M. E. Poynter, a prominent phy- he desired, sent private invitations to J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. can't do it all. A public sentiment must j sician of Midway, died WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTINC at an advanced his friends to attend his funeral, and be created making the dealers in the u- then, in full evening dress, drowned him- -' age. legal traflic outcasts and their business! 1825. Congressman Wilson has entered self in the reservoir at Central Park. odious. Whenever the people are in Powell Clavtou, brother of tho man Judgo J. H. Tinsley for the collectorship 'earnest about the execution of a law iti of who was assassinated, drew n pistol on this district. is generally executed, officers or no olli A baby was born in a wagon bound Col. Webber, of tho I.iltleKock Progress, ' T cers. Store, Mer &c for an Oklahoma claim and was named Who also trot OUt llis little pop, but bv- - On Dwelling., Houwliold Inrniture, old clundisr, Ar , apply to the rif tho hundredth Oklahoma Lewis. standers disarmed them both before they In commemoration Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. anniversaryoftho inauguration of George Silas B. Kennedy, who went to Okla- could shoot, or rather before they did. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, A you nt: and beautiful Polish wo Washington, first President of tho Unit homa and failed to get a claim, commitI.ifhtninir, clniiic. nit.i. lied and damc. paid in New York City went raving mad wlittlier Ore cntuei or not, H man ed States, and In grateful recognition of ted suicide at Winfield, Kas. FANCY ARTICLES, &0 17 0 llkl E, Aent, the prosperity which wo have enjoyed J. W. D ivU, Pine Knott nnd Star through excessive cigarette smoking. Ph)iicunt pretcnptiom accurately componmtrd. as a country for tho period of a century, ling Ryan, Tidal Wave, both in Whitley Deaths of young men caused by the fir as a- county, aro new poatofiice appointments. cigarette vice have become quite comGov. Buckner has appointed day of thanksgiving. By act of ConHon. John Ellis, a former Represen- mon. But then we can spare tho cigar-C- HICKEN gress and proclamation it is also a Na- tative in Congress from Louisiana,' died ette smokers. Tho man i'ollard, arrested near InTHE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES. tional holiday, but only for federal "em- suddenly at Washington on the 25th dianapolis for attempted robbery of the ployees in this State. It is not a legal inst. CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Cholera Cure ! express car on tho Cincinnati Southoni t holiday in Kentucky. The Clark county, democrats nomi- in January last, has been fully identified Ever brought to thu market. I'ricei lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. nated James P. Gray for tho legislature as one of the men who boarded A Bigi Thk Kentucky contingent of the G. ami endorsed Senator paired on ihort.'notlcc and warranted. Blackburn for re- Four train at Delhi, O., and after killing A. R. is no better than the rest. It election. tho expreas messenger and robbing his wants every soldier pensioned and to Tho curators of the Kentucky Uni- safe, escaped. that end passed a resolution endorsing versity have decided to admit female puThe London Kcho says a pouch of the bill prepared by tho National En- pils and will raise ! $75,000 for endowment mail matter was found in n stream near campment. There is no show of reason purposes. there, supposed to have been thrown in or justice to put a lot of men on the John IJash, of Somerset, went to by a star route carrier to reduce tho care of the government, who aro in no Knott county when Wireman was killed weight of his mail to a comfortnblo carby tho small service they wise injured qiL and arrested and brought nway single ry. The matter was mostly Congressrendered it. But everything goes in handed five moonshiners. ional documents franked by Taulbee to these radical times of spoils and treasury It has been decided at the pension his constituents. robbing. department that a fellow who was inA terriblo railroad accident occurred The leading raids nre to meet in Louis- jured in a fight with a comrade, is en- near Hamilton, Ontario Sunday morning. The SI. Iiuis express jumped the ville this week to settlo the vexed ques- titled to a pension. Thousands of dollars worth of The total amount of bonds purchas- track and the engine ran into a water tion, if they can, of who shall havo the jhlrkens die every year from Choi spoils, and Statesman O'Bradley has hied ed to date by the government, under the tank, telescoping several cars. The jra. It is more fatal to chickens than hither. Ho woro a sad and wistful look circularof April 17, 1SS8, is. $1:18,(17.,1,I150, wreck took fho and 18 persons were all other diseases combined. But the at tho total cost of $1111,550,12., killed, 17 being roasted beyond recogas if one which paid a pretty good discovery of h reineay tmtt positivelj There aro in this country about 4.- - nition. About '.'0 were also injured. would be mighty acceptable to salary tares it has been made, and to be con000 building or savings and loan asbociu- The wife and daughter of Kli Mul him this cold weather. tions, with annual dues of SU5,O0O,0t)0 len, a wealthy citi.un of Ilirinlnghiiin, vinced of its efficacy only re quires a trial a bottle is enough foi BouiinoN county is to have a hanginu, and accumulated uavings aggregating Ala., whom ho deferted in California one hundred chickens. It is of the circuit court is per- $300,000,000. if the judgment yjMcu ago, turned up at bin mansion I'ri- If, after using of Dick Haw os, the Hirmingham miii-- j day with the evidence of his duplicity, to bo executed. Pat Hunt,- the mitted .1 bottle, the buyer is not thotoughly Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture cowardly assassin of James Ahner, who dorer, makes as his defenxe that Fannie Shocking wife No. 2 and his 8 children. satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods testified against his wife, now scrying a Bryant, his MvccthiMrt, killed Mrs. He tried to buy her silence, but the Cholera, return it to the undersigned can be bought $n the cities. Give me a trial and j'ou will be conllliwesnnu tllllt SllO und a ntL'!T mnr. iiiuiiivvi. tlml lib will im tn urium for liiih und your money will be refunded. ,HHni..t term in tho penitentiary, has been i ...,, j ' "n dered 'the children. death. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. amy is very flattering. For by tale McKoberu & Stuje, Stanford Semi-Weekly iNTEWORlopRL It is asserted MIICES XtXASOXTABZJC if r. jeal-ous- y 0-nound blocks-of-ftv- n grand-fathe- e grand-fatho- over-estima- spell-binder- s and you enn for Canned no where else better selected stock than at the rs T. R. WALTON'S. sin-cere- st 800-poun- d Seed Sweet Potatoes, Best Varieties. e 1 GABDEN (SEEDS car-ln- Beautiful Flower Pots. Shells Graves, Walks, I pas-sak- i tr!1t!-.-f....- ... I I d wum h nmra, imr mm m cum l T. R. W.AXTOXT. J. Burton, Clerk. n Bo Mo WEAREN, Goods! Furniture and Undertakers' ana Window Shades heavy-weig- The largest, Cheapest and Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations , bar-roo- ms htdesthtjcthjie bttrxax caskit, tint-cla- j j , i FOB, XUSTTRAUCEI . Ao Mo F1ENNT9 DHTJGO-ISk JEWELER, C to-da- y - HAFTEE s puicJqvMrc tM- i ma MAOJK tUKmTUM SWKt HUFFMAN, iPlMDF, j s guar-uiitee- d - two-third- s - . w i I N JfJlVWsTt"! Semi-Week- NKW ADVKRTISKMENTS. Ouk opening of spring ami summer Mit. Pktbk Stuauii is, improving his residence by nmklnjr all tlio front win- hata will positively occur on May 7th. dows larger. Courta A Cox. Stanf6hd, Ky., April 30, 188.) j Horn, on Saturday last to tlio wife of Mrs. Couiits has been doing such a ifi.T. ltnlm. at Junction City, a girl land office business in spring hats that she has been compelled to defer her wciKhiiK 8 lbs. r..c. If you buy aMcOOEMAOK REAPER or MOWER you aro certain opening to the 7th. Shu sold 33 in one bub. Ick. Anderson Nunnelley and Peto day and '.'5 tlio next. It will bo worth to get one of the best Machines made. Hampton will run tlio leu business this going to church next Sunday to see tlio MEANS IU3INES8. If you bub a McOormack Machine you can depend on getting reseason from a storeroom on lancaster now honnuts alone, if the sermon falls to pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the - W'Atcum and Jewelry repaired and street, using only lake ice. interest you. warranted. A. R. Penny. most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or Young men, give us a call if you want Perry Owsley emptied BaSiiootino Landkktii'h Garden need, now crop, Mower; no mistake about it. anything in underwear, flannel shirts, five barrels of his pistol at Klijah Mer-rijust received nt.MeKolierta it BtuKJi's. The McOormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of La.ndiietii'm Garden Seeds freHh and pants patterns, shoes, hats, Ac. Wo in Macksville Saturday evening, but A. It. have a largo stock of genuine, In bulk or package, nt their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with all. Owsley & unfortunately perhaps, the shots went PennyV. their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Mawide of the mark. Merrltt tried to force Craig. Tub beht placo to buy drugs, patent ... his way into Perry's house, when the chines second to none. Is at A. It, medicines and toilet articles Thk church people do not seem to be latter resisted bis entrance and got a Penny's. By all means, see Machines before you make Buy your bcIioo! books, inK, inuiew. especially thankful that wo have surviv- severe tap on bis head with a stick for your selection for tho coming aper, pencils ana wnooi supplies 01 an ed a hundred years as a nation. Least- his pains. He then procured a pistol Absolutely c inds from A. It. Penny. wise wo hear of no public service in town and used it with GEO. D. WEAREN, Agt. thu above resultless reTliitro der nevervaries. A marvel of purity, to commemorate the anniversary sult. Merritt cunt until to advance on strength nnd wholesomrness. More economicalin than the ordimry kind ni can not be sold PERSONAL POINTS. Hkmkmiikii we bave a very large lino of him witli a stick and Perry used his legs competition w.th the mult tuJc ut low test, short weight, alum or phosphairpoder. Sold only in Both surrendered af- can.. Miw. II. J. MiitoiiKiiTs went to Har- carH!ts, oil carpets, rugs, wall waper, with good eirect. HOYAI. HA KING POWDER CO., 8 io Wall Mreet, New York. rodnlnir; Friday. lace curtains, poles and window shinies, terwards to Judge Carson who lined Merritt 10 and held Perry In $200 for MtltoiiKiiTM went to Ciiaui.kv and if you need anything of that kind ! after bin wife yesterday. give us a call and you will be repaid for shooting with intent to kill. KELTS SPECIFIC cure all blood dieae, auch a Scrofula, leer, l'imple, Ulcerated Throat, .Mil. Okoiiok W. Deiioim and family it. Owsley A Craig. To clote a parncrthip in lame between Rcorg n.'te Swelling, Syphilitic dieae in all it atages, CHURCH AFFAIRS. McAlnter, lately decard, and mytll in trw " MAVIS IKON 1(11 TEKSU the moat pleaant to Necnwl, Ac. rnco )i per Lottie, the bave inoinved back to Crab Orcbard. tame, I will on Monday. May OMl, County it give a keen appetite, ennchot the blood, regulate take of ail and lr the liver impart new energy to the muscle Buunki) Oit. Mr. W. M. McAfee, door in .Stan- and nervou Hev. II. T. Bray has been deposed Conrt day, before the Wavkhi.y Hamilton bas returned from ylein. Price Ji per bottle. ford, ell at nubile auction to the hiichcit bidder. GATLIFF'S WORM SYRUP la made of the best worm killer and expellers known to the medof Hot Spring about cured of rheumatism. who married Miss Maggie Crow, of this from the Kpiscopal ministry at his own Kijlity-S- l Shareiofof Stock in the Iloa-- the Inlcr-- n ical profeision and therefore recommends iUclf. It is plcatant to take, safe and reliable. Pnce aC il Improvement DanLine 'In Countv for county, suflcrcd the loss of his house retpiest, having become an agnostic. In ville, .Stanford & Crab Orchard Turnpike Road. per bottle. GATLIFPS .MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaint, Impaired Diueation, Sick Headache, Mn. V. M. O'Uhyas, wbo bas been and contents by fire lust week. They W II MILLER. 3 nn interview be asserts that disbelief is Ac. Acta as cathartic Price as cents per bo. visltini; ber parents at Crab Orcbard, reManufactured and lor tale to the trade by the lived near Pleasant Hill, Mo., and bad widespread in the pulpit and that a bish.Sunday. turned Sl.UOO insurance on it. op told him t'ut hu did not believe in Sails, Shingles and Shoes For Sale. WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Ky. Mas. It. II. Iluo.VAt'oii and children, the Bible, but thought Plato was better of Crab Orchard, spent several days with An invitation is extended all survivors Ten Thousand Flat RaiU acd 3,000 Jl'oplar than thu Bible. Mrs. Dr. llronitnuli. of Gen. John Morgan's command, who Shinglei. A writer in tho Congregationalist I h.ve on hand Men', Women'i, Mixen' and Mn and Ma. G. T. Paiikic, of Kant were In the Ohio and Pennsylvania peniChildtcn'a Shoet. made by Alter, Forwuod Si Cp. inand Mundellc, which I will sell at the very loweit Bernstadt, returned home Saturday after tentiaries to meet at Winchester August says that the word deacon bas fallen disrepute, because so many reputable price I have bought them and they mint be a two weeks' visit to relatives in Gar- 1. All thu soldiers of the to who told. My mock complete and writers have made deacons the butts of haralm can getitthem bv Tallin?. tho.emean nam I rard. section will join in the meeting and asW. C HAILtV, Turner ville, Mikikm Mattik si Maiiuik Owhi.kv sist in thu entertaining the visiting vete- ridicule and satire. Thu result of this is seen in the reluctance of so many good aro vUItitiK their sister, Mrs. Will It. Ma- rans. TO CONTRACTORS! men to accept this olllce in the New In Nashville. uler, churches. In thu collision which occurred at Sealed proposal will be received for the conMn. ami Mas. V. II. HiooiNnnre visitruction of 44 mile of the Highland ft W'ay.iet-1- 1 Tho Lutheran church is growing ing at Dr. IamvIh' and ntti'tnlliiK the cen- Glen Mary, on the C. S. last week, In re turnpike, in Lincoln county, from the pre-to tennial celebnition In Washington coun- which several persons wvru killed, Char- faster than one would suppose. Less will Southern terminut theWavncftburg. i'ropotali be contidcred 'A ley Fowler, who was thing on one of the than 50 years ago it numbered 200 pus mile and contract for bewhole or aectiont of in will let nn lat Saturday ty. Right reeved extors and IK) congregations. At present April, 1880. ipecification can to reject nil bid. Mns. II. A. Kvnh!s speiulint! a few engines, escaped most miraculously, I'rofile and be vfn and other is periencing only a few bruises He says it numbers 4,'JOO pastors, 7,400 congrega- Information rcceitol npyn application to the In single pieces or suits, white and fancy colors. weeks ill Iuisville while the major at hit oflice In Stanford. of a million commuW. II MILLKR, l're.ldent. 17 prospecting In the mountain mineral re- the crash was terrific and the two en- tions and upwards nicant members, among whom tho Gosgines were literally torn to scraps. gion, .. pel is preached in eight different lanJ. Snn.K Smith, 1vj , passed back Amn named John Herbert, wbosu WOOD Bock Castle home is given in thu dispatch as at this guages. to l.oxiiii:ton from of the MethoThu now hymn-booSprimrs, where be has been tlshinj; for a place, though we know nothing of him, dist Kpiscopal Church South has been In shield, plated and pique embroidered bosoms. COLLARS and week or two. I held a dynamite cartridge in his hand issued. Four hundred and fifteen of thu Mk. Gko. h. Biu'ck writes to Mrs. and lit it with a match. Thu result was GUFFS, latest styles, and the largest and nicest assortment of of the old book have been left 313 Fourth Avenue, Bruce, from Shelbina, Mo that his broth- an explosion and Herbert lost two fin- hymns - er Sam Is tbouybt to bo convalescent gers and a thumb. He was at work out, and ''S0 new ones have been put in. The old book had 1,003 and the new one from a severe sjk'H of fever. near Paris on the Kentucky Midland. A supplement bas been added if.lt. Mk. I.kvi Hi iuii.k mmh hero yesterday. which contains 80 popular hymns, such WALLACE E. VARNON, Liiikiity is to have a democratic newsHe is certain now that be has lost the Attorney at Law, d In Tecks, puffs and and dress bows ever seen Stanford. entire sight of one of his eyes, which ho paper. Mr. Douglas, nu experienced as "Tho Old Ship of ion," &c Gen. Booth says the Salvation Army man in tlio bushier, has succeeded in honed was onlv imnaircd by the intlam-Kantuoky. Stanford, now consists of 2,59!l corps in 111 ditler-en- t ination, but that has suicided, leayhitf It getting up sullicieiit stock to ruin it and Will practice tn all the court of thu and adjoin-icountries aud under the leadership it will be started soon. The enterprise sightless. : countit a and In the court of appeal. of 7,10!( olllcera wholly devoted to tho Office over McRobirt & Stagg' crug store. Mn. Sam P. Cowan Is at the point of Is Kicked by Messrs. J. Boyle Stone, death. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee came John W. Whlpp, George Stone, G. A. work. Tho present revenue of the Army from tho streets nnd pubB. WILSON, from his home yesterday and say that in Pruwitt and democrats of that sterling drawn mainly lic houses, is the great sum of With addition to softening of the brain bis en- kind. . In Kugland alone it pays rents agtiro right side is paralyzed and his death' & BOYD, Fihk at Ixjnion. A dispatch says gregating more than $500,000 anil seats is but a mtestion of very short time. The 0 Manufacturer that thu store of J. T. Williams, dealer in tho United Kingdom upwards of of Fine Saddle and Harncs. in old gentleman Is past 73. every tylc and finuh known to the goods, groceries, farm implements, persons every Sunday. This remark- and Trottinir Equipment a ipecialty. trade. Race Cot. 8. A. Walton has had to give up in dry No. 53 Kan Alain Street, LEXINGTON, Ky. was destroy- able growth has occurred almost wholly Main street, his position as cbieT of a division in the wagons, etc., on ed by fire Saturday. A considerable during thu last ten years. First Controller's olllce. to a radical namHOUSE, ed Grosveiior, of Ohio. The colonel has part of the goods wero saved, but in a Democratic Convention. LIBERTY, KY., wel- damaged condition. The loss is estimamade a capital olllcer and will be At a convention of the democracy of 14,000, comed to Kentucky, if he decides to re- ted at 0,000 to $8,000; insurance F. W. WARMNNER.PROP'R. e in thu Boyal Insurance Company. The Lincoln county held at the turn to the laud of his birth. in Stanford, April l!7tli, 1HSSI, James V. I have leased the above Hotel and intend run' Gov. J. G, Givkns has been notified fire was accidental. Alcorn, Esq., was called to tho chair and nine it in t atyle in vcry particular. Spe swm by cable that be has been elected managTub second section of freight No. 5CI, W. 1. Walton made secretary. The cial aitrnion to commercial men. ing director of the American Coal & Iron Hutchison conductor and Miller engin-ra- chairman then appointed J. II. Miller, Corporation, an Knglish company, which into the rear of thu flmt section, David Scott, W. K. Varnon, J. M. Carter At owns a large tract of land near Jell.co, Doody conductor and Hedden engineer, and T. I). Xcwland a committee on resoThe stockholder of the Knob Lick Turnpike anil has a capital stock of "50,000. This at Saxtou's Saturday, tearing one engine lutions, which reported through Mr. Road Co. will mtvt at ll.o Hint National Rank of Stanford firt Saturday in May, 1889, for the pur- gives the governor the management of to pieces aud ditching seven cars. No Varnon: pop 01 electing a l're.ldent anil limru m Director lor inc vntuinK year. the entire business in America. was hurt. Thu fault bas not yet one CLIFTON FOWLKR, Pridt-iit- , Your committee on resolutions would been placed, but it is likely somebody respectfully report the following resoluCITY AND VICINITY. will suffer. Mr. Bob Furguson was on tions: 1. That we approve tho call inndo by the third car from the engine of thu sec- the State Central Committee of the DemPint e's Kxtracts at T. B. Walton's. The annual nierilnc ol the stockholder of tho ond section, but he was not even thrown ocratic party of Kentucky for n conven- Stanford ,V Hall Gap Turnpike Road Co. for tho '' Fos' election of u I'n'Mdeiit and Hoard of Director for PfHI! German Millet at Metcalf tion to meet in Ixmisville May 8th next the eimilng e.irtill lie held in the circuit clerk's down. to nominate a candidate for State Treas- timce In staiilnnl first Saturday in .May, iSS), at a ter's. FkiiitSunday night Andy Yates ac- urer. o'clock p. m. J. V.. L'YNN, President. 2. That I. M. Cook, .1. M. Carter, Go to Fjirp's gallery for line cabinet cused Will Mershon of having a pistol Mnriran, V. L. MeCarty, I). H. pictures, and they went in .humor's storu agree.1. S. Owslev, II. 11. Hronaugh, .. The t,ck holder of the Maiifurd Ilnstonvillc Fbksii Fish at J. D.Holderiuan severy ing that the one should search the other. J. 11. Carter, W. P." Walton, J. W. AlA inly proceeded to go through Mershon Is Eeceiving His corn, W. !:. V.imon, John M. Held, W. Turnpike Road In. nwill hold their annual mutiny Wednesday nnd Saturday. for the election of President and Hoard of Di. when the latter let a buggy whip handle II. Miller and It. P. Bright be selected as rector at lljilev's store, Turnemille, first Saturdelegates to represent Lincoln county in day in May, i85g, at o'clock p. in. Fou genuine German millet seed call fall from bis sleeve into the negro's face said , J. F. CASH, President. convention, who are instructed to raising a big knot. They weru pushed vote us a unit on all iiucstious. on (ieo. D. Wearen, m'gr. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial out of the store when Andy gave Mer.'I. That delegates be Instructed to cit'.t Biian new stock of finest Candies just shon a clip tinder thu ear sending him to tho vote of Lincoln county for Hun S. ' 1 li annual merlin;; nftlie stockholders nfthe. A C SINK J. N. MKNEFEU. received at A. A. Warren's "Model Gro- grass. .Mershon went tor a gun to do U. Sharp for State treasurer. McKiune .V Coffey'i. Mill 1'iirnpit.u Ruad Co. will ln held at Mi Kinney, Kentucky, Tho resolutions wero adopted and cery." up the negro further when be was taken the first Saturday in May, 18S9, at 9 in. fur thei . of in tow nnd landed in the calaboose. Yes- then the chairman culled Judge Varnon purposefor electing a I'ri'sulctit and Hoard of DiW you want a lino picture of your res rectors the ensuing sear. Dealers In terday he confessed and was lined So. to thu chair aud otl'ered thu following: J. A GIVKNS, I'rriltlrnt. idence call on Ivarp, the photographer, Kksoi.vkii that we recommend to tho Tho negro was acquitted. Stanford. county committee thu calling of a deleA (iiiouw of an hour or two kicked gated "convention to bo held during thu A vkkv largo llnu of Swiss edges and Etc., month of May or the selection of a The shareholders of the Hanging I'ork & Green River Turnpike embroideries, linen laces, Ac, Ac. Ows- fearfully- a few nights ago when be candidate for the party for tho legisla- at McKinucy theRoad Co, u ill meet at Ware's More first Saturday in May, 1(89, lor found that Mine Host Portman had put ture in this county. ' ley A Craig. the purptta of elctniK a President and Hoard of . him and bis bride in a room with two Tills resolution was also unanimously Directors for tlieenuinc yar, Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, J V. GIVKNS, President. A iiwsii of business compels us to defer beds In it. Tho reason for tho consign-men- t adopted nnd tho convention adjourned, was that all thu other rooms were after requesting tho publication of tho our spring opening until Tuesday, May 7. Oedar and Locust Posts. . occupied, but thu jolly host explained proceedings in the Intkiiior Journal. Courts A Cox. TKe stockholders of the ItustimviUe Coffey's We will carry a full slock of ever) thing found in a Lumber Yard. that since the passage of a recent law ho W. Alcorn, Chmn. J. Mill Turnpike Road Co, will nitrt at Dr. llrown's A C SINE, Iliisinesa Manager Tiik democratic convention Saturday was compelled to put newly married couoflice in lluitiuiville first Saturday in Mar, 1889, W. P. Walton, Secy. at o'clock p. m for thu purpose of electing a It ples in such rooms and sou was neither largo nor enthusiastic. that both I'reiidetit and Hoard of Directors for the riisuitii; was tolerably respectable, however, G. C LYON, I'reatdriit. demo- - jear. It lias been settled thnt all the beds were occupied. Tho explanation SALE OR crnts lioliIiiiK presidential otllces in tlio Slkuit frosts have been observable for didn't seem to satisfy thu fellow, but be Houiu on Depot Street, formerly owned by Mr. Solon Craig. accepted it In good faith and retired with Treasury department will have to go be further information call on W. thu last several mornings, hut it was I on hand a tween now and tho end of tlio Hand Theatockliolders of the .Stanford and Milledge-vill- o and keep Coal in myNo. t quality of Jellico. Lily P. 18Walton. Stanford rea look of forced resignation. yard. Leave your orders at Nut to do further harm than to MISS MAGGIE HARRIS Louisville. III meet at McCorinack'a Turnpike Road Co. v year, July 1. still be attend, at a o'clock p. Yard or S. S. Myers' store and theyHIGGINS, Church first Saturday in May, tard vegetation, J. H. John ana iienry inn aru in jun in m. fur the purpose of electing1889, President and ed to piotnptly. a Sold. Friday two couples of ladies - .. Starford. Ky. 63 JnmcHtown for the murder of n rotiple of Hoard of Directors for the eusulnc year. Mas. Katk Duiidkiiau's opening of and gentlemen came down from the peddlerrt, who diwippeared about a year II I. Ill's 11, President. spring millinery will occur on tho ."aland mountains and proceeded at onco to thu (). Marshall OrtI, a buy ol iu, wno wn feinry, eed and Sale Stable, clerk's oflice. Supposing they wanted pin vinir on tlio lillisuie, supped nnn Uli of May. A cordial invitation itilivre-bcaught a wild grapevine, whiuli pulled tho legal documents necessary to mar- .... " extended to all tho ladies. ft. Sooltll tiled! of t'oil'l'l! lit. tin. rnntu THIS preparation.without VVl . riage, Deputy Bob Whitu without a Hack ho tluK fnrMier and found two hu LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. iiijiiry,removca.bYocK- e l". ot, Lady's Gold Watch Frek. Worth word hrougt out thu marriage book aud "cuu Pimloa, Llver-Moleman skeletons done up in ii suck, ino 4, 1880. squared himself for tlio $.13, to bo given away by basket. recOLMliod its ples, BlackiHeads, Sunburn and work, when ho lenwliliimin mill THE LARGEST AND FINEST Tan. A few applications will render the A ticket given free with every 50 cents' was rather taken down by ono of tho beloiitfintf to tho Hills, was near by. most rtulibornly red skin soft, smooth and purchase of W. S. gentlemen who said; "Wo got theso worth of goods you HOTEL IN THE CITY. white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or livrnn Hull, nf l'Virt. Vnllev. fin., reeeiil- Hilton, Junction City, ten years ngo, young fellow, it is somo ly propooeil to his nirl and was in a Htate . powdcrtocoverdefects, but n remedy to cuis. It is superior to all other preparations, and Tut: hungry fellows are growing migh- deeds wo wish to cxamino now." Tho of uTt:at; mental excitement for somo RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDW. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. fo guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug blushed a beautiful strawberry time thereafter because nhe referred r.nn ty thin in the gills as they reflect that deputy pists or mailed lor J50 cent. Prepared by LONDON, KY , to Until 1:10 17 for his answer. Ho. ING TO ROOMS. Harrison bas been in olllce two months color aud the loafers and others who Xs CO., Good turnouti and saddle horse always for Mr from her tircMonce. borrowed a Bible G. London Is the most conveo nn reasonable term TOLEDO, OHIO. and tboy ure still out In the cold trying had crowded into tlie otllce to 6cu the nnd looked up tho'piwt.ige. Then he felt lent point on the railroad to reach places in the TURKISH A RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. in the mountain of the K'ate. 10 j For Sale at McRoherls ,V laics', Stanford. Kv. better. to keep body and soul together on .wind, ceremony retired in disgust. ly InteriorJournal The Long and the Short of ROYAL It. waltcn, Manager m tt POWDER cl Pure these harvest. to-da- - The Great Remedies! Sale of Turnpike Slock iiurt-hoiue d Williamsburg, 1 hu.si-nc- at. NEW GOODS! Underwear, Dress Shirts, F.n-gla- -t nt yes-teidn- y WALLAGE, k Men's Outfitter Louisville, Kentucky. Neck Ties, four-in-han- 1 --- --- n II. - 1,750,-00- 0. - THOMPSON 700,-00- Bruce & McRoberts. Wall Paper, THE NAPIER Court-hous- nt-cla- Wall Paper, Wall m? er. - - n Turnpike Election. M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S, Ho Co Turnpike Election. I BUPOSYj, SUMMER - Mar-sha- ll Turnpike Election. A-- MERCHANT TAI LOR GOODS. "" m m SPRING .AND m m Turnpike Election. ' SINE & MENEFEE, in Turnpike Election. E0UGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, - GSASH, Laths, Shingles, DOORS ABTD BI.INFBS FgiD Turnpike Election. A-- PATENT "WIRE AND SLAT FENCE, first-clas- s 1 Turnpike Election. Attention, Coal Burners. FOR RENT. m m . " y THE GALT HOUSE, $0LQS!? iSMQfmioMMm r- A. 11 a, inu-Mn- y 11 liur-rii.,- 1 C BITTiNlrt n ,.r 4' fctA ,.,. . . r nMt , ll III p MMiHiqmuwuJUHHniHjn papimm wnjuiMjiumwmjmiim 'jwngarjmmttagpKisfszi Semi-Week- m Tbere ifliiot tlfvilennt residence in ' . tho city. r , J liny Stallion, 11 hands t inches high, foaled OcDanville, Ky. 1884. bred by II L .f ' A Intntboino iron front Ih Wing put tober, hy Messenger Chief, Mock,ofofMaud Mesien Will make the present season at the Published Every Tuesday and Friday lltcalstercdas Boh Link sirt Sired ' his owi.ers, miles Wot of Stanford on the Knob in tbe Wait block. 2 16V. ger, TRIAL, a.31 4, vr Pike, at First dam a fast natural pacer, hv Young AmerTefegraph, (pacer). The foiimlatioii for the Imntlaoinu ica; second di'in hy :tg; Viling. 2:2i', and pothers Nutw. i Wedgwood. l.ythe V2 .PICK V Vounir Living Colt. new ri'sidence of unlit. Ikirtclls l near-l- dam America hv OtitoU' Jnke. record I 26. in Sireda.jo list. great ilelmont sire ofsoln theoil jijollst His duuhlers have produced 14 In Ihc J jo MVK.IX ABVANCK SIO To Ills sons base sired the Unstotl's Telegraph by Old Sworper (pacer) TVhen not to paid $2,60 wilt be charged.! Hels black with white points ISK. )"nJ n,c.'hl He tired the Vlrst Dam, lleltie Kilikead, hv Contractor. lo8. the site of Dr. Wrst j:i7. Second dam, full bv Sheltoti's 'telcgrnph (pacer completed, plicnomlnal I.ticy l'npc, record ajtlf and trial In of I.ndy. Monroe, stinMi Monroe Chiel, J. Monroe Sjs.the years old and a sure foal tetter. His get took the i8; to the get of Work is to be bogun on the new M. ato His breeding on dam's tide is wry much Kittle II Monroe, 2and 9by Jim in the Jijohst. sire dam hy lluvail s Ucmbrlno. rqurth dam by premium at Stanford and Danville riser bird others llales,i:ij jacks In Lincoln and Doyle conn E. chtiri'b next week unti it will be rap- like Jemmo Tutnsr's, aij.tlulr dam's being ol Thoruurhbrcd the most noted Midway, KV. pacing lineage; sod many others too numerous 10 ha and weighs i,i,ai pounds, Inalcil in iSMI, hred I.) J. I., togar, .M.1.I1 Ilelmont Chief ties Parting or trading the mare niter she Is bred , In IMJ He troled a mile at Decatur, positively forteilsthe insurance and the money it idly pushed to completion. ry u.uch like his sirt mention. The pacing blood has helped In produce lielinont Chief ill ln is base a 10 and Nutwood In Maud S. 2 o8)i, Jay due Care tnken to prevent accidents, but Consldi ring the tonientratloli of .peetly l.ltwd, une. stle, shape and trotl tig attion then 2Mi4. of court there were '.V2 2 i3,. At this term is first tolls wil be will no. be the results to he obtained by breeding lu him. Ihc utmost conflderce PO'IW"hJi,S VltVoOIlS, l'rincp Messenger will make the season es. client iiialitie and bring bis cells into promifor speed, thus making an early showing of his Stinford Ky. indictments ngiiinut .1. Clint Taylor and ,,.,! nence. Who mlvfacd licr pupils to strengthen Kinne), Jim lentb for Helling liquor' without li- At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. Ilelmont Cheif will make the season of ig&j at ray stables In their minds by tlio tiso of Ayor'a cense. AT S30 THE SEASON, appreciated tho truth that At my farm on the Snmeiset pike 2 miles south of Whh the usual return prisilcge or $00 TO INSURE A LIV1NJ COLT bodily health Is essential to mental Your business inanngcr'8 article on Stall lord base J ! CHf)W, Mines kepi oil good pasture, at owner's risk at i per inoiiib vigor. For persons of dellcntound fooblo Mi Kinney, Ky Somerset created unite ft stir here. Cbar l VO constitution, whether young or old, this lie Webb tins had rhcmnntisui ever since Foaled i83o, a dark hav, 6 lintids high and mediclnu is remarkably beneficial. So One ift hands and the other IsH hands high, which (inest)le. Sired by Vidctte. First dam by Sir he read it. sure you get Ayor'a Sursnpnrllliv. I will stand , Charlie Whip, he hy Imp. Whip; ad dam by lllieuiiuitisni is one of the most At Ton Dollars to Inauro a Living Colt. ! my stable one will make the scison of 1889 at " Every spring nnd fall I talto a nummile from Stanford on the Hustontille pike M S. .lAl'OIIMAX ber of bottles cif Ayer's Sarsnparilla,and popular complaint at present. Quite a 14 Dirk hr wu hnrse, J years old, white hind fool, am greatly liciifllteil." Mis. James II. ' number of our citizens are held in its Harney Wilkes, sue of Eastman, Sloneliain, Mns.s. years old, black with svliite o lund luiih. sired joy, and ena This fine Jack, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. strong embrace. likes a 29'i Champion U ill.es points, if hands hfjih, will make the prmeot seahave tnfcrn "I great lioiietlt to Ayer's Sarsa.wrllla First dim llelle hy Manihroui) I'llol, Jr, by mile ninth of Milledgetillc on son at our sullies, Vinde,he by Wood's Mark health;" my general with Videtiewasbv Kill's Manibrino Pilot, who at 5 ) cars old trotted A large barrel factory Is about to be Ihc Dans illc and Hustons ille pikt, Hawk, he by ol'd Imp Wnip. Up 103 , ear old, Second dam In t 6l and sold fur $17,000 ash MixsTWrm 1.. Crerar, l'ulniyra, Md. Videlte was shown 3 times and beaten onlj once located licit'. Negotiations are pending n F.inistine 2 t (by Star Davis) thegraml-da"My (laughter, twelve yeara of ago, At 4 J ears old lie could irot in 2 33 SI'AN'IIAKI) RII.K 6. Mambriiiu by At $10 to Inauro a Living Colt. lisMuinlrnti Pilot, Jr. First HelTs by Old Cray Pilot and it is thought the mutter Vtill be Las sulTercil for tho past j ear from dam Mamhrinn Chief li ! Illack Stallion, A), hands high, foaled 1SS1; hrrd gle, td dam a list Hotting mitre from the North Steve settled in n few days. Parting with ilur.tson due Debility. by A Golds tilth Orange county, Mew Vork, Wilkes hy l,eori;c Wilkes, sire of 68 In se.t- wus sired by lluilcr, he hy Stuits, iniorled from 1 llarury Harry Wilkes a The Weekly Hornet, which lias been The well knownjack, will muke the present list, Ac. First dam Rosa bpain. He has plus td himself inr foal getter b joKoscoc, son of Pilot Jr. sireof the dam of Maud son at the same place at $8 lo Insure alltina coll A fow weeks since, wo began to clro issued heretofore as tin nmnteur sheet, Sirod by CASTELAR, IOG2. J I! WKIGitT J. I. IARkIS. S joSt,, her Ayer's Sarsnparilla. Iter health has 10, R. if MllUdgevlle, Ky. ij Pilot U likes will make the season of 18) at J Mrs. Harriet II. will come out this week nsufourcolninn urently improved." hy Wnluirn 39' 1st dam Woburn Maid A. Woods' farm sS miles from Daosillr, 011 the Battles, South Chelmsford, Mass. '.The dam ol Carver, a l ' folio and will be entered at the postollice. Dansilleand l.umasler pike, bv a Maniurmo hoise and dam "About a year ago I began using Ayor'a PRLNCliOF WALES..IL.. This is the fourth weekly paper in town, 3rd dam Sarsaparllla as n remedy for debility hy .Manibrino Messenger At $12 to Insure a Living Oolt. and neuralgia resulting from niala.Inl uud while none of them cipiitl the 1. J. CAST1JI.AK, AND tot), hy Volunteer, js, sire if St exposure; in tho army. Iwasinavrry Ilrreder svill ibscrte that Pilot Wilkes has two Foi.r yrars old, dapple grsj , two white feet bethey tire all very creditable newspapers. Julirn 2 njf, , etc ; 1st dam Miss Nodlne, by Hambad condition, but six bottlcB of the Manibrino Pilot, mond, son nf Potter's Cla; d dam Wells Star, hind and sum in lace it fian.ls high, sveiuht ' Pilot, Jr, crosses, his with occasional doses of Ayer's being a trolher bltwsl to Acaltle, strr ol II) Us 1, joo pounds, hne style and action Siril by Imp dam of Artillery i ik', and Modesty J 26 b) my health. Pills, have greatly improved The inforiniitiuii tltat Iooter Tanner American Star, 14; 3d dam by llerlrand. is I'rince ol vt airs at lliaiiclensiille. III nam tince- - a 21s,, ire 01 susie For further inform aii.aii all oil or addtess J Morgan and I am now able to work, and feci that I Arthur Suns, Standard No 3041; by Gen Knox, intcmls to Hitpplitnt even tin? tleintwrntie WOIIUKN. 342. by Hainblciotiian, in, 1st dam fourths iiClydesdale to breed to tn gel fanu stock Woods or S II This the horse cannot sav too much for your excellent class rccoid 34 with ij in 2 30 class and 39 in J Jj ld my s Miss Cooley b Telegraph, 301 ; 2d dam the dam and mole mires as I have uiiitersally Ii JOSFPH SWOP! remedies.1' l on the Honrdrt of Pension A. I'iukbam, So th First dam by Iluurbon Chiel, the stru of Calmar nf Geo. Cooley by Friday. mules fur more money than any en in this seca lloluncus, Me. H ; id dam by Little Arthur, thoroughbred is eoiivincini; proof tbut the initio tion. of '89 at his hotne,"Maples,' Will make the season 'My daughter, sixteen years old, Is ED BARLOW This horse will make the present staswi dorons eorpnr.il is or was the identical using Ayer'n Sarsaparllla with good ef- ! feet.1 20 Ilev. S. J. Graham, United boy described by a popular ininxtrel. Will stand at my stah'es. two miles from Stan At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. ford, Ky , on liu Knob I.tik turupikv. at Brcthten Church. ISuckhnntiou, W.Va. Arthur Sims has proved himself to be a superb Tne father of this youngster was inneh f IosmI grass at y per month flood care taken " I suffered from Living breeder Call and see hit cults .it his home conuurtn'il about cIuhmIiiij a vocation for $15 to Inauro a aoaaon. Oolt or $10 tho of all stock, hut llo reapOi.sibiDt) lor s sidnts 'I his th'roughl.rcd wib make the season of is, WYANDOTTE, Standard No. 35.16, by Metro- him and devised a plan to determine Nervous j.T IIOCKKK a' the George Kusssli frtn,on the Dantille jn! politan, one of the best bred sons ol Kysdyk's Huttoiivtlle pike, near Mlltedgesllle, at with lame back and headache, nnd have having lor hm dam Hyacinth b) what ho was titled for. Tho old gentle IIOII WILLIAMS. Hambletonian, Volunteer; ad dam Cl.ua the dam of Dexter a 17, man placed on a table in the family lxcn nifeli tie no I! ted by tho use of Ayer's T his fine young jack j years old, 14 hands j and Dictator, the lire of Director 217. Phallas to Insure n Colt, Sarsai 'Hi I am now 6!) yean ofngo, he white a 10. First dam Lad) room a Hible, an tipple and a silver dol ! Inches, daik brown with countypoint, a sure finest SIO due September 1, iVyi Livingretained 01 tjK, nd lastl and serving jack in Lincoln and ani .tiled that my present health Alien ' Moioy Welsh by William Welsh, the sire ol Prince Impc getter Sired b Caldtvell's iiiant 1st dam a life are duo to the tiso of and prin.ir mull ntonr) is pud Trading me marc rial a nM and Jeremiah 2 JjH; i da an Inlued lar. His idea was to mmhI the boy into) jenite ; td dam a Jennet too Will stand the all colts Insurance Lucy Moflltt, Ayer's S.ii.Mijiiiiilla." 2:341. forfeits Wagoner mare. Arc. This grand )oung colt con the present season at ni) stable in lliistonsillc I nun. loom bv biniM-lf- , wait a few minutes! Kiilliiglj. Description IliescliUadtr Is a rirhdarkba). tains 43 per cent, of the old horse Kyadyks Sire of Sallic Vagen 2!. with blai k points, beivy nuHeaatliail, tsk hands No. 10, the founder of the greatest trot- nnd suddenly open the door to observe Mrs. Ann II. I'nrnsworth, a lady 79 At $10 To Inauro u. Llvltiff Colt, known, coursing lias. i!, hands high. Standard; Vslmne VIII, ting family the world hat hlh His colls are laige, fine and "I solid color, years old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes : what he wan he doiii);. If theyonth was can be en at I .s Tevis' A. T. K. 111187.) through his veins from 4 diftcrent channels name Or nsofit) due when the mare Is parted with. "After .!. ral weeks' suffering from ly Rtsdyks llambictoman, Volunteer, MetropolirstiHiNta ,s JNO S. C.OODIi. rea linj the Bible, the father reasoned nervous pt"irntliin, I procured abottlo SIKKI) II V I.VI.K WII.KKS 4HS. tan and William Welsh. No,; llltHHCIII.OADIIlt, bay. foaled in is of Aver' .Sfsap.tt .11a, and beforo I Limited to 13 approved mares. For further inthat it would indicate an aptitude fur the Ily George ill.es 2 J, sire of 61 in J jo or better II) Imp, lllllet, t jo. had taken half of it my usual health formation or cards address ministry and In would luake him a dam Flora by Skedaddle (lhiireiiKhhred. dsm Nellie Viltty, (grand dam f llinelle) by T. A KLKIN. GOVER'S MESSENGER. returned." ij II4I1 Johnson. Lancaster, Ky. Medley by Old Wasey, Uy jucer. prc'itchcr; if liu was vutiiur the tipple he 2 dam hy 2 dam Mary Churchill by Ales Churchill j dam Shclton's Telegraph. fKlisj Al Car itillloo. it hands high, ItMlctl Apri ) dam b) Imp Margrate grand da would hriu him up as a farmer, and if dam by Frank Ithoroushbird fun so His first dam b I. rat hauls', JU dam i rr.EPAUKD BY Oantillh Wilkes has In MESSESGER CHIEF. JR. ho was liuueriiii: the money he would three of them in straight started and rise races, won dam Mistletoe b Chtioke Ac third mens) in hat Dr. J. C. Ayer tc Co., Lowell, Mast. He was sued by Messruger Chief, Jr , Ity Mesj dam lllk eyed siisiu by rtfer. fourth f rriiji liitts n Kllalllisaa trnlllillt ; 1st I dam by Albeit Price tl ; six bottles, j. Worth i a bottle. Danville Wilkes is als.,the first und only grand- - senger Chief, sire of Maud Mrsseiiger, 2 ; by 7 dam by Algerine Hay stallion foaled in i33j, i6handsand weighs of hit; son of (ieorgc Wilkes that his produced une in dam Jennie dam Klmo. ssl dan Hy Mamhrnw Mes out the preliminary iirraiiKementH b) Mambristo chief. 41I1 dam by . . seugcr; Jd ... . I dam b tireyAlficsl r !! , i.. U50 pounds. He is of fine st)le and well gaited Ul l... KS J". ' i.. irtut ..!,.(..- - in li..tlu ,,na ..,iw,. IIIUIST ..mi.i.i.u Imp .Nupolron; nam ky ('apt jmrehflsed Messenger Chief. Jr, was sired by Messenger scheme, the expectant father walked "' mtnini ,ii .TA....IU ..' .Uril,., Tltfer, jihdambv Ham oy irinpcsi; 0111nn ry 9 dam a mate for hreoslhtg, inbut sslsaste peslire ..w.. '." ir, n.i.M ..n.i.i.. .srnabys Dwnnde. flHrbridge Chief iSJi. bv Abdallah Pilot sin First dam own to the room and behold the boy sitting Hiii make rccorn oi j o or better; ImhIiJo, l. lal01CJt HUKMAN, e4 sobs: byAmsncu. Canussu's Wliij.. vih dam by shlpp'. P.araunn. hy itmiwlost; behet Ws.s. 111. rnnri, t tltil fi'iiiiiiiiv UIIL st u III 1. ri .... sister to (ien George II Thutnas, sire of Scolt' . ti tin kuiiMsivi nisi Messenger Chief was sired ly AbtUllah Pilot: to dam by Imp Monke), Ihomas records ji by Mamhrinn Messenger; ad Oil 1110 lilOie, lUUUCIIinj; Wie II)IIU mill ordof ajt'.i toJ5. He has timed il, last SUKOF.ON DENTIST, jjm b s,!,,,,,,,,,,, McMngjr, r4 dam by il dam bv Imu MeJtes dam by Manibrino Chief; 3d dam by Imp Napo nan in n race With a Danville Wilkes io4. orotcn himself a fine breed Maiubilna ( luef. Ac He slrsd Maud Mosssmgcr, it dam by Imp Sbark. CitrsTcCkt, Iron: 4th dam bv Tempest, tth dam bv Iiger: 6th with the iloll.tr in his pocket. Stankokd. has dam by Darnaby's Duunede; ;th dam by Cannon's look of ilistHt the ptrent exclalmetl: cr and is sure tw produce trailers and turtles can record 2 lAt,; Abel 124H; Marvel t tt; Maithlng ij ilsm by Imp Kivtrosttrht aissl ls. Office south sldeMain, two doors above Depot St iiutwriea niliet.sire . .... S.. ..... .U. .. ..l.H ih.iihi iii.,anui vvCHidtitru, icelvmne, oiaxne fwrse,c otetl Misnip; stft uam ny snipp s rani);on. ...,.i uiiiili k" ,u I'lramv now lor a very aatlk. Koltctl II. ne lawless, 1.,;,, ,,, was restrtu bv lair Mesenger Chief, r' dam by Vermont, Jr; ad "IleVa d I lioj:; I'll m.tko him n poli- low pnic y. His get last season won tu,iil and he AUssisdf r Abdal sired Abdaltah Pilot dam by Imp Scythian; 3d dam by Itonner s (ra Maiulmno Chief. He slond second ill the lisl of winning sires. He was lab; ist dam lllatidina tician!" Ami th li.jy jjrow up to b a Kjglc; 4th dam'by Onstutt's Telegraph.1 $25 to Insure a Living Colt. sired Pickard i t8i, Ked Jim anil ..others a. t years old and his gel won fiom i;t to Hat Vermont, Jr, by Vermont, dam by Oliver Mes. Pension Co nmis.sioner. Courier-Journ- al. Alexander s AlHlalhtn (son ol Ksssisks Jvti.ioi yi enger Chief, Sr, produced the following Maud ITW). lie sites! Oold ISay hore, 15K nands high, three jcars "Id this Messenger 3 i6'4, Abel 1 The best ol care taken with mates and grass at sire of Dester t Marvel a 23; Ilessie I'asture lor m.,trt at i );per motith .No rr . tha usual rate, hut not responsible for arttdenit pring, full bruther to Maud Messenger i6J; M.30, Guijo'-j- , ltobcrt H. j J5l, Manning win :?."".. will make the season of 1SS9 at Ch irles Dunn's, a 1). Wcatherford, hnhutJ"nyoccur. Katharine 5 ait. Messenger Girl a 31 KuiiMoxii.-- W. CIIAS It. IIKI.I. ' miles trom ht.inford, on the ltuh llr.mtli Pretty the close of the season Dan- Cregor i 6(, , t, Ac Immediately alter lV. 1 1, Singely Slessenger 2 34. Pike, St Klmo. rec rU s to, was sired l Alesatsder's j III make the season of 86 llllS bet-l- l HtaVlIlt; at Mot .Spring, Ark., stile Wilkes will gointotraininglnra lasterreeerd Messenger Chief, Jr, Abilallah. dam said lobe by Imp llellfoMiider.Ac ' ft fc oodCn,,'.,;,,'be,,,:,d fen'ru! for two monilm past, returned home on .hShhrd dam of the d AT $25 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, Mambrlnn Clmf, Oolt. WiMliienday iniieli improved in health. "",v"lc W'"' certainly has plenty of it, his Messrnutr Chief, Ir, the sireot' great second Theme At $15 to Insure a Living I. ad) sirod thr Money due as soon as the fact is ascerta ned or uam ucing ti) is inuroogiiorcu ncrsc, aru men me a i'(, and Mam'arinsi Paithen, who in turn sued Uev. II. T. Daniel Hold I.") Hharen of Firat paring cross be has should tend t produce fast IaHhIoii )!. and Mothers In j to and belter and mare parted with. l(Vt, la ton and good race horses sired Iheduius of l,u) CHARLKS DUNN 14 NUN National Hank ntock in blocka of five at Danvillef Wilkes will make the season at ihc Fair alsoLeft s iSsnil theslamsisr Wilkes j with rrtords WU ic ulht.rs STONEWALL JACKSON (irotiudt. Dautillc. of jo and heller W.M. KLT. Madi-soSued b) X Mil. Jin. the sire of Nobby, Jr, The poll tax in Sill to A fine saddlo stallion lr IIuhMc's old Stonewall He will stand the season of Ms) at onr l.lvery 18k. ami rrostor. t v has been fixed at ?J and the county Stable in C abOn hard at will fund nt same place at I'tistdam bt fancy Hoy, son of Lexington THE COMUINF.I) STALLION. second dam a line saddle mare brought fr ir --. w lew at 'Ml cents. Col. J. V. Caiierton ' great p.emium mar. $15 to Intjuro a Living Colt. InSUrO a Living COlt. Cansda- -o a dars bav colt, foaled Aprilstsld lor l $10 tO , Nm it 16, 18SA, has prertented the county coin t with the i piJTQn"T r, our IP ., Will also stand four JACKS, including my Span t will also UJ-lllhands j inches high: big mane nnd tail, good head ,) chair Ion,: used by the Kentucky pio- ish Jack, neck and shtuMtr, nice hstk and quartets, and good, tnoev legs Nm is ..n ol the lnsl combine'! Tho King, and Proctor Knott neer and Indian tighter, Capt. .Samuel Wl" make the season of 1880 at my stable helwren cnlts in Amcilta; has nice walk, rack ami canter, ivlm w.lSOIlU inili'i! fif 1110 fOiin. and can show a j minute gait In harness. Smith Ilaughman's noted Jack, nt 515 for Jack she,,y Cll).anJ M,llHlgevTlIe. In Lincoln county, At SI.VK.N DOI.I.AKm to Insure Season due 'I his handsome fellow will be permitted to serve fcolts and $15 for Jennets and all at $10 to mares tV. bottom,' find on the Danulle and Hustons ilh: pike, at It 18 Of oak With when mare is parted with only fifteen choice mares at the fow price nl or mule col.s. II li Ct'KTISOOVER. a o A hen retained on colts till season money is liun :t wonderful Heating capacity, as the ffHH paid. J. K. liAUUHMAN, vin jj Colt distance between the nrnm, four feet two $15 Hiistoiiville, Ky. 15 al 5 inches would indicate. Jutfce Kttill Sound and all right Will not be allowed u serte STALLIONS FOR 1889. at Mares will be kepiall carecents pertoweek, ttru alit owners' risk, but taken prevent weighed NloumlH and wiih tt feet 2 mares that are not regular breeders. Mouc) due Idrnts The Premium Paddle Stallion. when the colt comes, mare told or transferred A Parting with mars' shall lorfcit the insurance inches liili; po it is not reiuarkablu that lien will be held on all colts until paid fi IMP. LONDON, ever) case Any Information will he gtvn at im Chief, Jr, ol oil Ko his favorite chair should be able to seat is Description and Pedigree' -- Harrison in eight; Chestnut stallion, tAtf hands high, sired by the hnnie a miles eastme Stanfordposioffie l.n k ptk a red sorrel, stands n. hands i inches orb) Idressinc at abuse . . years oia...' print', nas nig tan ami mane. He grtsar ltw lander First dam llrarelet hy Angeltts, mis two full izrown men. Hejjinter. CHAS I. 1 ROW Ij hy CiHlrington, wl darn Miss is by Harrison Chief, he bv Clark Clue! thft sire id ttun of l.adyThorne 2 18 Hfsilam I.ute. the dam of 8t)keshy the (aster, 4th dam hv the Colonel, .Vr. -1 it ly Interior Journal THE IIOSSMULK JACK ' SOMERSET. SILAS VATTGHA1T, PRISCE MESSESGER! THK STANDARIMIRRtJ STALLION . BELMONT CHIEF, 8689, 1-jls-te- insuroa y Wnke-U- I l. r V- - The Teacher Kjc-St- e I 111 I ilevel-ope- I M- n, VrDETTE, JR., I T JACKS, u-t- (.al-lati- n. O JE S A R 1 mure-make-s PILOT WILKES. 1 1 S Ed. Barlow, 2375. I m detl-nitel- General Walker y I r (.-va- 1 j, lArtlrvir Sims, 3041, "Wyandotte, 5526. At I grand-sir- e, 111 . 1 one-four- th dtx-tor- a Kxnin-iner- to Insure. BREECHLOADER Prostration, t :! Danville Wilkes I I i ' e.-c- r 1 Ayer's Sarsaparilla, 4 Cofifer-botlo- , 4 1 ww m,. , ,,117 ... if 11 11 Vii-tai- a I 1 a a ' 1 --. 11 U U-e- i 111 fc -- ' j S. I - I MESSEGEB. 1 Ji'-i- , a)1-)- , .:.. !:r, vv I 1 sii,-v"i- ... tci" i wi r.r..-s.d.m- Ilt-ll- e - m -- NUX. I n i. I Hi 5 n nAlVl10Ul Km - L, ' Blaok John, A-- ... V- -' i 4 Ml ?" a to Insure a IJ Ten Dollars to Insure. 4 111 Stonewall Jackson, Jr. 4 llriini-tt- sftlBUI p CD mlm IWTjVi mm sI & t3 g Will make the season ol 1SS9 lit my stable In Lancaster, Garrard count), K) , and will ue permitted to serve mares At $10 the Season, The WrStii i 3. ft HMn JtrajBA nntaHKH BUIalHfl o. 52. A i record that stonewall Jackson, Jr, has made in lie fair rings, combined with the sale of his colts stamp him asoneof thue,randet sires of the State. To shuts the estimate of his breeding, we have the record to prove that five of his colts raised by Messrs Harris base been sold Tor $330 while a number of cults belonging to other parties have sold for (200 to $1,300. Alsii sire of Jerry I.., trot Money due when service is rendered. l i jo w WM. ADAMS & SON, i, Rl iDWAV, LEXINGTON, - - ItlY. ter, a 28 Stonewall Jsiceson, Jr, stands full 16 hands high, beautiful bay color, magnificent carriage mid action and shows in the stable lot Just as urllaslie docs in the fair rliitf He was sired bj Stonewall Jackson; 1st dam llelle hy Messenger, Jr; id dam hallie Cook by Helm's Yorkshire; 3d dam lioh Mosby's race mare, by Hamhletonian. Stonewall Jncksonhy Washington Denmark, ho by Imp Hcdgford, 1st dam by Cruuder, he by Old Whip Mes.enger, Jr, hy Vouii'f American; 1st dam bv The defeat of conxtitutioual jirohibi-tio- n Ofiio'a Young America, by Wake Up Jake, dam by Old Sweeper, a scry tait pacer: Wake Up in Maiicliusetts does not leave the Jake li Dawnlng's lioy .Messenger, 1st dnm by State in a very deplorable condition, Ncdlt-y- . Thus it will be ecu that he ha the Mo"d necessary tti make him what he is the grout and even from a prohibition standpoint. L'n successful sire of horses fur till purposes, tier the oxistin-- ' law communities deter l'atturaife form.1rcs.1t resisonulde terms S. Cult will stand for the season. IllillO for themselves ...1.. .tl. liquor Shall I lie undersigned have bred to and seen We Ihc 1)0 BOM Uinoil them Or not, and about colls of the tl. known horse, Stonewall Jackson of the towns refuse to trinit Jr . nnd it affords uspleasuro to say that he is a good breeder. His colts have given satisfaction in f,,., for i;,.i.iw. is license. 1 he every particular a number of tlioin hate devel opctf well as combined animals and hate won the 1 000. illld not llioro than OUO Sllloou for prumlums in the show rlnirs. Pettr T. lientrv. ' ' '. v, rant v,nai. i, tvortiungion t nomas a population of oOO is allowed by law. " tnllsh Wm. km.. I), tt .Mt:Hs.iehuMtts has tried statutory prohil llJ3. .i.rsr.l., i.ancasier I'lrriuriKii Funr. Last Thurwdav IV,. Mrr--. ltliiitrnvu, formerly Mirtrf Mary ''l zier, died at her homeiu.Itrsaminecoun ... ... itn iiiiist.-- ,.r wins one-- num. :u. ....... ui ....1.. ..... i.,.... ly, iuifi but no en yeais auo she became child was boril to, her, lllld time wore Oil ., .1 until She KltCW Slie was lite inoiuer Ol ail unborn babe. Then it wnn that she re- quested that at lnr death her body bo opened and the inyMery .solved. The petrili"d hotly of an iifiaut was found lodn-ein tho pelvic reuion, misplaced from its natural receptacle. The cheesy ilejieiu'i-dtio- n of the fiutus or a blighted ovum was doulitlesn the cause for it pet lilled condition. Itiehmunil Heiter. A 1 s s .... rmc, ii Jok. The d.tmof Harrison Chief. Ir. is hy aon of allon's Mambrino, he out of a mare SI,. loll. I,.. ,tl.,m,l.,'. ..wuH.-n..- . t. l ,l, ..IV UkC iij t.j ..ihAHiiu. ..!. k. III....I ., , he by old Lexington; 3d dam by Sltawhan s lorn . t II .11 11. I... I... .... -- . L ...,... I. ..!.. oj .., ..... r.-- siius. en. jtn oatn uy naicc.ni 6(h dam bv Weft' Cm Sfr' NV. ,, wn.on.of c,nth,an. Ky , M . combined gelding, a full brother of Harrison Chiuf Jr. fori,Jto: also sold two ethers ut ii.jco Mr Hanker 2 LouIjiiJci, Ins i.ire, was by Dalesmnti out nf Lulra by Windhouttd, he by th.' ever fammts Pan Dalesman b) King Tom, tht must successful sir hnijlund has eser produced ; his sons Great 'lorn. King llan and Ph.ieloli were imported 10 the U.S. and made themteltet famous as sires of winners. King Inn was by Harkaway the strc of Irish llirdiatt her and fangha llallough Dalcsntan's dam hv Panta(site of l.camligton. So 'tis seen that l.oudim luts two close loon Abe Kcnaker sold another combined geld.ng for crosses of Pantaloon and through sire runs $&uo, so you can see the breed of this colt is more sought after than any other st.illmn as tlmy briHg through Lanorcst, Tramp I ouc Intone, f.lcn-co- , etc, while through his dam he traces tn better prices man any otner Stanton. Orlando, Worsnsley llml titi her, I he Caster, SulMares kept at Ji 40 1'T month 011 grass 10 present accidents Inn not responsible tan and all the mist famous performers and sires Luiidon ha had fitc cits to start In Kugland C T SANDIDdK should an) occur hl horse will Und nl Milledg-sille- , and three were winner- March 27, See stud hook for furthor pedigree taloon Terra Aita 9525. Ilrown colt, 18-- ::. 11 ; Cart-take- l,. $20 to Inauro n living colt Kegisttred; Vid 1, W A I A. us, hanus high, foaled Mat '. . Sired by ME'I RtH'OLl 1 AN 1.171 lirst dam l.ida II. It) Lumber 17I6, sire ol Lad) Lumber 2 i))4 and lie dam of Manic Wilkin 1 id dam Cbpilala by Atoxsnder's Norman as tsire of Lulu 2 and May (Juesin 2 to , )d dam K'te Miller, thoroughbred, hy Kulph, 41I1 dam Date della, thoroughbred, b) Imp. t.slipc, 5th dan. Ilrown Mary ihnronghbrttl, br Sumpter, Mhilln, Luc) lll.'cLliurn, Ihaioughhrcsl, I,) lllu. Vbijn's Vt'km ,li il,M. l.,v IIm. h .I......I...I. !..... I .... e,.mc,, sih dam be Janus mare, thorough I red, by Imp Janus ll 1 THK FANC SADDLK STALLION, j CONCFiECAiM, Wallace Denmark, I'naled May 1, i7g; is a rich Mahogony bay, l$; hands high, heavs malic and tail ; is slricllv fine and fancy; is both a natural and pleasant saddler; breeds fancy and whsn iinetly driven harness goes like a trotter. He is hlgh-t.u- l st)le on both sides to the third generation; is linked by thoroughbreds on both aides, milking him .scrviittite T . lorm ami linisli a 'perlect """ sprigntiy in gait; sired by Sumpter Denmark, he by moiirt Hc (oddardsD, nmark, he by mines .V Lronisvcll Denmark, he by the race hoise Denmark, he hy mp rieifeford Hit first dam was sired hy Sir Wallace, lie by Todhuuler's Sir Wallace he by Slr All)crl thoroughbted, ; td dam by irgimu, Idain of Virgitnus by Tranby, thoronghbrtHll; be hy the eclenruted Masons Whlpp; id dam a whlppmure. 111 it I ' 1 .... ., Hay horse, 16 hands high, b) Ten llrcoik isl ottin dam of I'ellouplii) and Drake Carter bt I s and Spend- Planet; jd .Krul.te thrill's dam hy l.csiugl i, id dam I'liitllli', Idle-wil- d Shark a tjX. Lumber 780, record 24s, by Krlcston ijo, d..m o to the stud dam by Imp. (ileni oe ami find no rlchtr by old Cunidhin P1U1, book (or extended pedigr.-(mi 10 racing calendar and find the tine he Norman as (Aleaander s by the Morse horse blond sire and dam illumines its dam Slocom mare by Magnum llonum. Norm a comes nf, both 'I hree of brightest pages with great achievements, llo com sired Lulu 2 14)4 and May J us cm 1 20 performers and his the blood of (dencao, I cxiugton and Phae- of his sons hate sired 2t a bines ton, the Utter through bis sire; ienllroeck and d.tughlera are the dams of 6 in the 2 )olitt. 'I crra Alta will make the present season ut mv Lexington twice throueh .Krolite and Fannie full Irotlicrto Keina Vn I Atetliipoltiaii a, dam of Print eton 1 10H, KhcIiU HambUttoptot), ist dam H)ainilihs td dam Clara plain of Dexter Volunteer a j 17S, Alwsa t ilk. Astftrta 1 soSs,l l) Sceie's A inerti an Star, yi d McKmttry mare ilan tj-- j j. nl',; tr 111 ; ,;.,:.,,, in I'loriue, Puchahoiitas. etc. If the old adage that "Wood will tell" is good, this young horse will prove his worth by icetting progeny that will show 111 front "nt the finish," lie it greatly in marks and form like his lire, the famous Ten llroeck, whose t mile record has onl) bcenbenien hy his son, Drake Carter, a full brother tn Cnncre-g.t- n Ilels well put up, strongly knit and has the muscles and uiiarters of till the best descendants of Lexington and will make the nxi.un at $'J0 to llollon. Ihedam of Ien tnrice stable At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Note' si Terra Alta made n full mile in a o wtt'i weeks lia.nllinif CHAS I. CKUtt 1 Eisff I Ovirtis, 9634. A. Standard and Registered Kttlu jA ft.!: '' CRaEiLinX I ' W COMPANY LEXINGTON.KY. fWM SsitBLs dbM i A for tho present. Warren Gatewootl and Tom llaynes, hemp breakers, tiro in jail oO anil v. I,.,...;,,!, ,.lii..'L-for ir I SIKFD HV MAMHHI.VO KINO, 1279, lir hv Itnti Ii.msi .. 18 on X. t'1 his fine l.irL Is HudSOIl Sllljipetl Ills . I, HllSter. L. ,alll by .lol.iiison'sSampion.Iie bylmp.Mam- lit dam Miss Patchen hyMatnhrino Patchen, 58. moth; 2d dam by ad duiu hy Delniomco.sire of Dirby, 2 i k. crop ,.t 1i,.,n nliout ou.uuu ihiiiikIb 10 , 11acc ,,.im k(, jnm llertraud Jaco' ist u.tiii hy ' iu oain uy Aiitteriiu This Louisville and Sold it Tuesday for iJS.oO bigh, is a handsointi Jack, 4 years old, 6 hands ijll King; is pronounced the hrndtomesi Mambrino black Willi mealy iicv.e. tlll sen a lew horse ih the world and is tne sire of Amy Kiiik, per hundred "11 around. HuKitely f. jennet Henrietta 221; Mocking Ilird 2 Ji)i J it; "I'll,. ntiWM stock will make (Iim season of 1S80 at IK Klvria a iiU; Lady Mac J tsH nnd King Philip KobiiiMm sold to Winter lliewer, of liar wil msr lupin , U ...... frnut ........... I.. , n.i, P.rn.i.. ' J f milf. t.u... ii.lnn i. h t.v ... W.IJ.VII. ft2 I'M i he the sire cf Lexington 2 24. mauon, niiu win ue perniiltect to serve tiy the nogs ter s.".. Ol Mambrino Patchen, sire of the dam of King TO lsblir", one llrnthcr in blood to King Philip, record 2 26U. Chestnut horse, 15V, hands, foaled 1882; bred bv John J. Curtis, Fayette count), Ky Son of Wallace Denmark abote; ist dam by Mil- ler's Denmark, he by lite race horse Denmark; bis dam Flurizu; 2d dam Dasvh.i.i:. fames Drumiluld caught 7 dam hy old Dreiinou. by Montgomery's Oliver, 31I Tom is tt fiuu shaped horse, uiackwiin ueavv mane auu u itis nanus n ch: ted foxes in a trap. The steam laundry is natural saddler and will warrant him a tadtlte closed yesterday ami will not be operated breeder. 11 men contend that, tho present system is far preferable. bition and many earnest temperance Tom .Robinson. Inauro. RING0LD. HY MriUOPOLIlAN, 1172. S.,n f Kysdyk's Hiimblitoiiian Dam Jor.riK, Ily lllood Chief, 792 Sire of Fannlo Kohlnson, 2 20W, Metropolitan by Itytdyk's U.imbletonlan; dam Hyacinth by olunlcer, grand-da- m Clara, dam of Dexter and Dictator, by Sceley'a Atncnrmi Star .Metropolitan is acknowledged by all to be r,ne of mi-oc- t uno iy many me very best tireil ever foaled. His full sitter, Keina Victoriatt.i a ion ,1,1 at the McFerransale for J7.02), the highest uric e v I"'1'1 " "luo'i oiarc ut pit unc sate. lllood Chief, by lllood's Illack Hawk dam Miss ! ALLEN BASHFORD, Illack colt, foaled In 1881; by Caliban J 44 sire nf C K Clay 1 18, Cvctone 2 21, Coaster 1 26)i, ist dam Alice O bv Pascard a 10. son ol Almoin, sire of Fannie Witherspoon 2 6'4; 21I dam Madam record 2 18U, Finch damofhinmu C. 2 yc.ir-ulAlice llascom 1 44 and Ptintnna 2 4) by Drennou, I aylnr Calihim 2 it by Mam id dam by Ceneril .Manilirino t,irt brino Pilot.lsireol llannia 2 "" .... a ...I ' ; JACO! 2ii, 1 . Clir-loa- "I v Curtis, is full brother to Lady Thi.rn. 1 ibjsj .111 J sire of London 3:0'..; K.tt.u Middlcton 223; Manibrino Kino 2 24; has 16 in 2 in list, and is unsurpassed as a tire of producing dams King Curtis will make the season of W) at my larm 011 tne otantora atict aimeageville pike at at Ij AUinan-CouqIi! and Cough!! and Cough! Clb. . tnsnranre. I ! Wallace at $12.50; Tom at $10, "j c.,.111. .,1. ci.i,, 11, uc 01 101 11,1m v."-Harry Clay 2 241-- "nu Durango 2 J))(, Pascal hy Almont. sireof Pedimnnt 2 I7'i.clam Pearlie Leon-l,M,1, I .Mil. la oy Iiu.ili.nll V .iiu I... .stiis, .v.... i:il son of Wagoner; nf,'' M.I id dam dam by JohnCampbell Kllkenney by Mingo, son of American J.clipie. Almont hy Alextiuder'a Abdallah. sire of Cold- smith Maid 2 14; tst dam by Mambrino Chief, sire of dam of Director a 17. 2d dam Kate by Pilot Jr. stroofdiiin of Maud Sa84. Theiitiiilyslsiif this pedigree shows two rinses of Mambrino Chief, Itvo of Pilot. Ir. two of Henry Clay and one of llamlilcloniun; built upon n pacing nnd thorough brptl lotintlation i his colt win erte mares lit S1G to Inauro. Wu will also stand the noted Jack 1 iji, .., Duncan by Scott's Highlandcrlgrand-dahyAra tus, id dam by Tlmolcon lllood Chief lire' Wooley Jim 220 Knuiiia Itulnnson i nil, n. Chief a ajj lllood'a Illack Hnwk sired the dams nl Von Ariinn 2 191., and Almont, Jr, 2 26 and grand dam of Jlc'lc llraslield 2 20 and Protienc j the 18 .f Kiucrold is a veurs old. bav. r isl. Ii.,i. 1....1. atiiii iiii;!! J " . extremely fine and ttvluli J Willr ..."Mini) ,1... it- of 1889 at my stable at Moreliind Station, 2 miles "OS'""'"", "ii 111c iitistonvllle nud Dan . J. ..... 111 S IHC I'l.V 11 SIS to Insuro a Live Colt. (food pttturo at $t per month, but will not be sponsible for accidents or A. W. CARPENTKR. 10 csrs). re- What in the worm is the reason you will cough and keep coughing and still keep trying inferior medicines when lleggs' Cherry Cough Syrup will positively relievo your cough at once ? This (1 no adtcrtiiing scheme, hut an ttctual fact ami wc ginrantce It. A. R. Penny, druggist. JACO at $25 for Jack colt and $15 for Jennet. Lien retained on all colts. If any mare is At SIO to Inauro, Takingslie, style and breed Stock committed to my care and breeding will Ing into consideration, tee think this the chcapes. ,, nii,j,iic, iiu so sir traoeti toe sr.,si,n u ,,a ,1..- Orass furnished at j per month. Care will be receive mv personal intention. Grass furnished stock ever offered. ut reasonable rates, to be paid for before removal Mares kept on Ktass ot $2 per month. No re- - taken 10 present incidents or ccit'et but no of stock. No responsibility for accidents ores, For further tmrticulars call tutor sponsihllity shntild any occur, capes. Parting with stock forfeits insurance. S. H.orJ. H IIAUr.H.MA.V. W. S. WK.HAM. ddiess hiatifprd, Ky. 14 6 IJ J.Sl'EELK CAKPKN'TKR. .M.relaml. KitI - PEYTON EMBRY, At $10 to Inauro a Living Oolt. "izswsgyrfi3aMi4JLua ssnanmq-r- ; JL