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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889050301 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. NEWS CONDENSED. BY THE SEA SHORE. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY. MAY 3, 1889. -- Interior Journal. NO. 24 CHURCH AFFAIRS. 0. it i M. OurB. M. Tarries There Awhile, Tells Tlio public debt wiih Kid. J. Q. Montgomery held a few What He Saw and Doubles Back in April. I a Candidate lor Cle-l- c of the Court ol AppeaU- days' meeting at Rich Mill, in Ctisev Win. Mlllipm Iiiih been appointed to His Bnso. AuRou;,:e.&:cn of ,he m county. IIvoniA IIotki., Oi.i Point l postniiiRter .it lliirtfont, Ky. ROYAL Hl'M Hev. HenryS. Hartz. will' preach J Comkout, Va., April'JS, 'Sit. It took 77 tons of white jmper to in tlie llaptlst church, at Crab Orchard, I'.imdoxiciil uh itiimyBeein that n counprint hint Siiiulay'H N. Y. World. Saturday night, 'Junday morning ami Tl'ii tiiritmtiittiH .111 iiiHiih htilini' . try new Hpnper man could miininoiiH the ... ...... ...... ..- ..w.v... .V V. LONDON. KENTUCKY, night. covered with hiiow. Mon- - K'dl mid other ncccMiiricH reipiired to Kiioxville were CAPT. FRANK BAILEY, The Si'.j.OOO llaptlst church at Mavs- i PROPRIETOR sojourn by the Heaside," yet it is really . ... ,lny. wm (k',,iwlt1 hmnliiy by Dr. Katon, tl111' "d it wiih my good fortuim to break where H.200 old Union noldiers reside in Thoroughly Renovated and Refurniihed. Firit , Five lonvictH, ouoof them a woman. Fare and Reasonable I'ricet. Day and night comfort and ease, backed by that strong .!" UXX) of llu" 5'000 'M "'as have been n'ntelicod nt Foil Smith to be the rule, which in not at all time-hono- r Traim are met by Polfte Porter, ot thtt Popular ed, but which Hceiim to liavo become an the government. Think of !' bunged July 17. "ou,!- f. "' ''duiouth ILtptM "'. "K"JtI,, June lMlli ban been tixed an the dav unwritten law tliroiigli'iicreHHity instead. that number of people living in one1 . . "lHtl'd " ''" G. A. BENEDICTS CO., mid there were .Ml ."!.". A for l'at Hunt to Imng at I'arlM, hut aiii"u' "venire "rural rooster," while at hoimo and eating in one dining-room- . poor ih the "turkey hen" patient Job family of ten orado.on peoiile is thought ,,,,,,,,,0,.H T,,u lM"tor. '. C. K. Nash, hint been taken. appeal Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, K,.v. W. 15. K,.y. of potwwu, has an unliinit to be an immense one. but imagine what Prohibition went into ell'ect at Knl- - u,,i STANFORD, KV. ,J,fu.vl'u II"1' mouth al midnight on the :i(Hh and S 'd amount of capital, unpaid though it a family Il.'JOO men would make with not a uegio imptizing m Nortli Cam-if '""' ho '" "'lull joyously ii anticipating a a single woman! Yet this enormous ' barroonm closed their door. linaagirl lL' years of auc Hliimed liom facroerypr1"eed,0rilerand P"mP' '"'n'hed at Ike VniiariMliile'it Htoru at lloiu Hill. piopos-- l trip or Monietlilng out of the number of men do live together and the preacher's hands and was drowned, Tin ponder nvr.irii.i A martel of purity, Mercer county, wiih burned by an iiueii- - P'lienil run of thing, when Ids "delin-dinr- make a family agreeable indeed; 1(H) ilystanilera slreiiKth and were so than the ordlnnn i loss S'J.VlK); Insurance .s00. lent list" is paid up. Of courmj disap- - sleep in n room ami 800 dine at once. pie.icher had to lice indignant that tho competition v vm!.nd. nit inMore ccononilcni nrd not he Hold In LOUIS SCHLEGEI,, t'l the for his life. tud i iw tet, short lt took the procewion at New York pointinent is the reward he receives,' for Kverything is kept as neat as ft new pin, weight, alum "r pliosp mir p ,w ler Sold only in All the Cluistian churches which cam. HOV II. IIAKIN. l'OWDI.K CO., motion. live bourn and '." minutes to pass the the iiuijority of delinquents enclose and moves with n clock-lik- e t I Wall reet, .New York. in the county work will their remittances in those "Long looked They take it by weeks to cook and clean will fetaud form which Mr. Cleveland and niCHMON'U . JCY. please send delegates to Sum foul Il,r letters that never come" and instead up, thus giving each well individual next l'residuiit Harrison reviewed it. Photograph in all styles and sires. Pictures in .Monday, county court day, for consulta William Ii. Ilarnum, Chairnmii of of lining tlmt upon which their hearts about one week in live. To feed this India Ink, Crayon an J Water Colors. New SURGEON DENTIST, huw been set the rural rooster remains number of men 10 barrels of Hour are us- tion and arrangement of programme. J. in Frames and Mats at very low prices. the National Democratic Comuiittce, Stanford. KrNTUCKV. W. .Montgomery. ed daily; 1,100 pounds of beef; 1,000 lbs., died Tuesday morning in I.ime Kock, l home aubsUtiiig on a bread and Office touth tide Main, two door above Depot St, The Methodist Book Concern last Iter diet. Thanks to the promptly pay- - of bog meat and L'7o gallons of collee, beafter a loiij; and serioiiH IIIne.HM. S. O. DAVIS, ln patrons of the I. J., for it is partly sides vegetables and othor eatables. The year declared a cash dividend of $100,-00Two young men, named David and and is, in proportion to its capital, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, teori;e Hiaulls, of Somerset, l'a., are through tlieir possession of ood jmyin kitchen is a sight worth looking at and the most profitable of the publishing DENTIST. charged with killing their stepmother, to tiaiities that I am permitted to remain the lloor is as clean ns a penny. The concerns in MT. VJCR20r, lv V. America. All of which must prevent her sharim; their father's estate, nt this elegant resort and enjoy the lux- - yard is nihil with tropical plant and deeply Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. interest those superannuated OlTicecn I ancaster ttrrct. onpos.tc Miner llord, aged HI, during a tliun- -' nries like unto those of KingMitnd Lords, llowers ami here and there a handsome Special attention given to diseases of children r There is no place where the ocean piece of statuary. The letters "N. S. 1.," ministers for whose support the net pro- Stanfm'd, Ky. by lilttuiiir and was struck fits were originally et apart. killed. Mound a brother bud taken ref - nreeze can lie more keenly felt than at standing for National Soldiers' Home, The cornerstone for the new St. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. Old Point Comfort, situated as it is on a are beautifully laid out in the front yard uge in a barn at their home in Andrews' Kpieopal church, nt Second 1.. ru. IIRUCE, peninsular where only a verv narrow and filled with the choicest (lowers." All peron wishing a pleasant life and well county. . .. .. i . i. i.. . them made The Normal School, supported also by and Kentucky, Louisville, was laid witli pleatrd wife let Mill use Patent it Flouryour lit Mayor Patterson, of Ashland, Ky., ibuxhihi-io uiu winiis mat come Stanford Roller ;, Call for at sale and have not cot it on hind, urse Livm, stable, has been apMinted Division Inspector of from the land. This collision or meeting "fncleSaui," is a mammoth and mag- proper ceremony Vsterdav afternoon. them to if they or It Kct an order from them and Bishop Dudley, Bishop Penlck ami the JVwtollices, with heailijuartcrs al lien - .ol lireezes makes the climate delightful nificent institution. There are nearly set it at the Mill and I will Kuarantee a pleasant . . lamily si t .. i STANFORD, KV. students in all, about evenly divided Kpiscopal clergy of the diocese took part and imerotlng W N POTTS. Superintendent ver. Me was u ueiogaie io uie iiiicngo and health giving. The hotel, which 93 in the exercises. Tho church will be ranks third as the largest In the. Tnilcd between colored people ami Indians, convention. SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL Kleven trains, containing IDS cars, States is iinigniliceiit in structure ami its and it is a treat togo through the schools built of light red sandstone in the Nortravelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. HARRY A. ti VANS, Only horsesnnd vehicles used in livery were dispatched from the Pennsylvania appointment are unequalled in the and see with what decorum everything man stylo of architecture and the main Also agent for the ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, depot at Jeocy City Tuchday, occupied country. As many its :i,(KK) guests have is earned on. 1 he Indian boys are ele- auditorium will be 77 by 07 feet. The STAN FOR I), KV WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTINC CO- exclusively by regiments returning home been quartered here and still there was gant in manners and interesting conver-suionalis- t, seating capacity will be about !00. The room for more. Open all the year round while the girls are cute and interior finish is to be of hard wood ami fruin New York. Engineering and Surveying in the tower will be IN feet high. by Hutchison & il Is as noted a resort for the Northern very accomplished. A $7.",0iX) church The balloon sent-uall branches. It will surprise many of his friends Co.'s circus at lloonevilltt, Ind., burnt people to escapr the chilling winds of has been completed for this department, j". Campbell has IT A rM1I?l?Q when SKM feet high and the young aero- wintcrasit is for the Southerners the presented by a Massachusetts gentleman. to know that Mr. F. ROWLAND, KV. Horsemen and V t LVJI J'jJAQ, 'I'1"'. the counties fell upon the edge of u roof, man- hot rays of the suinuior mouths. No It is a grand structure, with seating ca- turned preacher. Falcon, who was at of.Marion llole, l.incnlMutknien ol and Washingnaut Dealer In Oarrard i, hotel on the globe set a better table and pacity siillicient for all the students mid Kock Castle Springs Kaster Sunday went ton will find all tlie news relating to matters of gling him terribly. Dry Good3, Notions, Hats, Caps to them in the t rill? with him ton neighboring chiirch'where The UobinsoiiH, of Cincinnati, have the bill of far reminds one in length of as many visitors as may come. the leadinic paper of A J AT"'1 UUA1J1 Roots, Slices, Clothing, Hardware, Queens-vCentral Kentucky, isutvl I iteoda) and Friday of The National Cemetery is another for 45 minutes he held his audience each week, to kill old "Chief," their a SumlHy's C.Mirier-Jouniadecidinl not The "big are, I inware, Furniture and a $ptrear 'icnd 51. cents and trv it dangerous elephant, and have given him Imim" from every State in the union can place of importance found in Hampton. without tiring it. Says Falcon: "The lor three tnuntlK Andres-1- ; (i Ilo)le, liutiness sermon was on the incarnation of Christ ..i.iuaxcr, ianiuie, rvj Conoral Lino to the Zoological (tardcii, whore he is be found here and fashion is truly the The number buried goes far up into the Groceries, abnorblng theme. It is a regular haven thousands and is being supplemented bl- in Jesus, and His subsequent embodinow quartered. Canned Goodi.&c. I All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for (joods In Philadelphia, for the past wink, for lovers and courting is carried on and average of .'In week from the old ment in the church. Without rhetoric or attempt at oratory it was a strong I have secured the services ot a competent Cara talented individual, w ho mils himself j while Imthing as well as on the corridors Soldiers' Home. A coiiiinandimr monu nage Mjker and am prepared to do any and all of to Uuggies, Carriages, 'the King of the Cats," has been per-- , the parlors and the lull rooms. Just in ment in the centre, presented bv a North-e- statement fault the Cnristian doctrine. kinds of repairing 111 will have my personal Arc. Work entrusted to suwas that the. speaker pervision. man, has been added in the last few Its only forming at one of the theatres with a front of the hotel is excellent ushing and All work guaranteed. Prices reasonM. DAUOHERTY. distinguished hand of Mint, to vast thos fond of the sport Hud it an untir yeats. The soldiers are very proud of it sought to cover too much ground, and able. ing pleasure to pull out the line fellows, and at each burial a tune is played in had not time to illustrate and dwell upaudiences. E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor on the most important points. It was Dr. Oeorgo Hollins, the sight of which would niaketheStaii-for- d honor of the giver of it. At tiordonville carefully prepared and nearly all of it There areother, things I could write fishermen's mouths water. Manv n young plivhician, shot and klllwl a de MT. VERNON, KY. No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation. nave sworn varieties can lie caught and there is no about, which might interest some, but I written. I had no idea thai my landpenite negro. 1 he negrcH-and Us proprietor Is determined that it This old and Hotel is stili maintain lord could preach so well, and his guests shall be maintained. lengeauceaud he is being guarded in worrying of the patience waiting for a roirain ic.si lie ivito reads this may tito ing its fine reputation. Charjes reasonable. SpeUuvellvil!e, from a bite, for the moment the hook is thrown and fall by the wayside before this point next summer had best take a trip to this cial attention to the traveling public. thehheriirolllce, at .vl. P NEWCOMII, Prop.. in it is nabbed and all there is left then is reached. Kre these few items are little church in the wilderness and hear He has recently added to its appointments mob of armed blacks. Mi. Vernon, Ky. It will do them good. -- John T.Schalfer, a ticket agent of to do is to pull with might and main printed I shall have bid farewell to "Old him. , the Pennsylvania railroad at Pittsburg, ami you have a liih large enough for a Viiginy" and be again at my post in the DRIPPING SPRINGS. Also I. J. oihee. To those who have read tho committed suicide because a young lady meal. Mini Georgia D.iviiN, the activss, Surf bathing is a feature that those jottings I have penciled since my departFirst-Clas- s he wished to marry rejected him. Tho STANFORD, KY. A Livery Stablo deed was committed during a walk she who have attended only inland watering ure I may be indebted, but I sincerely whom many will remember as spending Olfice on I.ancavter To accommoda e the demands of his increaied Street, opposite . places cannot appreciate. Notiiingcould hope a settling day may conio before ma- the entire sumnier here last year, will llcvt Turnouts furnished was taking witli him. Having removed to this place trom Liberty, to transient patrnrag-practice his profession, calls the attention ot the Commercial travelers and others. be more delightful andeveiiiuthemonth ny months glide by, when he who is play in Louisville all next week at A iii.iu and a woman have commitpub faU that ready at Among her numerous char- day lie to the to answerhe w;llinbetown qr all hours now the debtor may remunerate 10, vca ted suicide bv iumiiug into the same of April fully a hundred can bo m-or night calls country. acters she will appear :u Juliet support- Thirty ycurs of his lite were spent in Stanford and oacn evening, ircqiicuuy loed aooutliy we.ll in tieorgia vvitliin tno last moiiin, he deems it unnecessary to speak ot his ability as To the hospitable Virginian, whose ed by Walter S. Matthews as Homeo. a physician and surgeon A share of tho patronand a fnuu who used the same water fori the waves. The ladies as general thing age of asked predicts a brilliant by him. the people ot Stanford and vie nity is65. tf drinking purposes murdered Ids tluee are good swimmers and in their fancy generosity is his fame, whose latch string The Courier-Journa- l reception and says there is great curiosisuits they present a scene both thrilling ever hangs on the outside and who is children and killed himself. Win. K. Spalding adopted a novel and beautiful. The bathing suit is cut happiest when making others at ea.se, 1 ty to see these two Louisville aspiiants rss-- ; way to commit suicide. He crawled in- - j with more stint, regarding length, than ism say nothing more to show my appre- appear together. While hero she labor& tl ed very hard for her future career and hide a railroad culvert, near New Hopej a street dress, or even a Mother Unh- ciation, than "Should i' or t lie we hope she will be successlul. Dripbard, thus alt'ording additional scenes to mi bl ol ea and stuck his head up when an engine Avi r'a Clietry Pc- Couia jim'.u I thai) lonj for Virginia, if you plwtse." ping Springs will not receive any boardturnl is 1.1 Etoiiior (!:i:mnd than ever. came along. A guillotine could not the lovers of the beautiful (things), who cfc K. C, W. ers until the llrst day of June, when No preparation fur Tnroat ami Lung sit around awaiting the time for the fai have decapitated him better. there will bean opening picnic and ball. TrotiMfi i.s so prcnjpt in its effects, so xo come usnore. J lie men, poor MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. "Why didn't she tell mohhu had rod ones HUSTONVILLE, KY. agrouulilo to tho ttuttu, nnd so wKlcly Terms, t" per week; $21 per month. hair?" sobbed A. L Y.iugu, of Kansas things, attract little or no attention and known at tills. It i tho family uiuiU-ciiAre still In the business and ready to do anyM. C. MoriMii mid Miss Artie (ioocli Kespt. D. (J. Si,.mt.iiti:ii. thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full in t!iouniiil3 of households. City, Mo., after railing all the way to go in and come out unnoticed, although itocfe of of all Robes wort' iniirrii'd nt tlu bride's uncle's, Mr. hiilliireil for jcfiM Tillin, ()., to marry nil unknown corres- their suits are armless and nearly legless. "I liovo trmiMe that, wln-tie- i from a of every Cases and Caskets hearse,kinds and nearly Our which is Bucklen's Arnica Salve. V. II. Waddle, near Wnym'sour, I tnke broiicln.it new can be obtained n short notice. Mr J II. on disappointpondent. Ho drowned his While I had already boon to HampThe best SdKciri the orld for cuts, bruises, Green has hargi of our business nnd will show cold or am exposed to Itiilmiitjtit weatht'diii'fday. our goods to any one needing anjthirg in our sores, ulcer, salt rheum, fever ores,tctter,c)iap-peer, rIh'vvs itHi-l- f by it ury annoying ment in drink and returned home sin- ton, Just !l miles distant, a couple "of line William Johnson and Mi.xs Mary tickling si'iiMitluii in tho throat atut by 64. tf hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erupgle. years ago, yet I was very willing to actliiUt'tilty in hrentlilnc. I Imvo tiiol a tions and In one of the Chattanooga rolling-mill- s cept an invitation to go again. There is Huston, both Htveet sixteen, obtained ed. It potitiviil) tores piles, or no pay requirgroat tinny reineilio, but "no rtoji it guaranteed rivi all tho white hands have been dis- perhaps no more interesting place under license nnd were married at Mr. Simpson or money rctutidcd In Price pirfect satisfaction, wull as Ayer's Cherry l'octoiiil which r box. 35 cent. nlwitvs j;im's prompt mtltif In returns of charged and negroes employed in their the mn than this, diuientioiH taken in- Fcrrili'rt at Highland yesterday. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. involit complaint. Krnost A. Unpler, The marriage of Senator Voht's son, " Fteiul. Tins action was taken on acInpii tor ot Public I'omU, Parish lor-r- u to consideration, and notwithstanding Worth Knowing. lionnu, Lit. GHICKEN count of the dem uids made by the the present thousand ami one things to Alexander, to Miss Katherino Survis, a Mr. V. H. Morgan, merchant, Lake City, Fl " I consider Ayor'a Cherry Pectoral a wealthy society belle of St. l.ouis, which was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a Amalgamated Iron Workers' Associa- be seen, a history attached thereto most Imnortum remedy was to occur on the IHh, has been declarCough and running into Consumption in tion. . . would, were full details given, and this w ed oil" by the youiiK lady, who thinks ho its hrtt stages. He tried many so called popular Arnold achupock ami Jacob Itiabea, would prove very interesting, cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was make a is too wild to tie to. I linvo tested its citrntivn towor, in my with th murder of John Chris charged reduced in Mesh, had disunity in breathing and volume as largo as the history of the family, ninny ninos during tlin pat.t Miss Kiln, daughter of Hon. W. C. was unable to sleep Finally tried Dr. King's New tlan, which occurred at the Swiss colony I'nited States. Kittle tltiitv years, nnd have iimmt known it after buttle has P. llroekiiiridiip, is to be married inJiino Discovery for Consumption and found immediate to fail. It will ri'lltno the ino notions in Laurel county, April 7, weie arrested been fought there, in which renowned ton Mr. Chalkuy, of lUchmond, Va. Af- relief, and after using about a half dozen bottles lUffc'ions In ot tho throat and Inns, near Chattanooga, Tenn., and brought warriors took part, wonderful children or ndnltn." Mrs. whether found himself v. ell and has hail no return of the scouting ter the marriage thov will E. G. Kdserly, Council JJIuIIm, Iowa. jjo to Portland, disease. No other remedy can show so grand a to London by Deputy SheriirC. M. Ran- was d6ne, thousands of men were killed "Twenty years np;o I was troubled Oregon, which they will niako their fu- recerdof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for dall. Consumption. lastly the town was laid in ashes. Cuarautced to do just what is with n thseaso of tho luncs. Doctots Another body has been uncovered and ture home. claimed lor it Trial bottle free at A. R. Penny's afforded tuo no relief nna considered President John Tyler's homo is there, in Our May wood correspondent tells of Drug Storrmy case hopeless. I then begun to uso ntthotirand Trunk wieck, making 'JO good preservation, and lien Kntler's tho ninrriaire of Mr. Jonathan Owsley to Ayer's Cherry Pertornl, and, before I dead in all recovered to date. Tho vicElectric Bitters. hud iiiiiblied 0110 bottle, found relief. I headquarters, with only a few changes, a Miss Reynolds, of Pulaski This nmedy is becoming so well known nnd so county. Tho continued to tnlto this medicine until a tims are charred and , mangled beyond is as ho left it. St. John's Church, erect- readiness and hasto euro was effected. 1 believe that Ayer's as to need no special mention. All who with which most popular recognition, and are beingtraced through Cherrv IVctoial saved my life." ed in lil'iS, still stands, although the widowers seek a second wife shows have used Electric Hitters slnn the same song trinkets and other pur.sonal belongings that praise. A purer medicine does not exist and It of Samuel Gilfjjs, Waukegun, 111. Is wood work of it was burned in 1S12 by iiiarriiiKU is not a " Six years ago I contracted a sovere found In the debris. failure by a lonj; sight. guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric cold which tsottled on my lungs nnd Tho marriage of Mr. S. A. Scott, a Hitters will cure till diseases of the Liver and KidTho centennial exercises closed at the British ami again in 18(11 when the soon developed all tho ulnimiiig H.wup-tom- s New York Wednesday by a grand civic town was burned by the Confederates to prominent coal dealer at East Iioriistndt, neys, will remove Pimples, lloils, Salt Ithcuin nnd of Consumption. I had a cough, other affections caused by impure blood. Will night sweats, bleeding of tho lungs, parado, representing tho industrial prog- prevent their opponents from camping to Mrs. Xanniii Lambert, was solemnThousands of dollars worth of drive Malaria from the ustem and prevent as pains In chest and hides, and wim so ress of the country during the past con-tur- there. This is next to tho oldest church ized at Kinusvillo Tuesday nijjlit by Eld. well us cure all Malarial Fevers. Kor cure of prostrated ns to bo confined to my chickens die every year from Choi Headache, bed most of; tho time. After trylnjj Altogether, tho celebration has in the l S., the one older being at St. J. G. Livingston. Tho bride was Miss tric Hitters Constipation and Indigestion try Elec.ra. it is more fatal to chickens than Entire: satisfaction gauranteed or various prescriptions, without il! thcr diseases combined, huge success and tho grandest Augustine, Fla. The llrst Indian child Nannie Searcy, a highly accomplished ilioncv refunded, Price 50c and $1 per bottle a my physieiun finally determined bonutit, been a hut the to give H l'cnnv's drugstore mo Ayor's Cherry Pectoral. I took it, Jiscovery of u, renieay mx fosithvfy demonstration in tho history of Amer- ever baptized was in this house and a and very handsome lady and is tho wid- A and tho effect was magical. I seemed memorial window presented by the Indi- ow of the late Dr. What On Earth vrti it hasbecn made, and to be conica. Uiinbert. She taught to rally from tho lirst dosu of this Is tho reason people will not, can not or do not see A soldier nine feet high for the Con- ans, bearing tho dato of the baptism, and school for a number of years , vinced of its efficacy only requires a medlcino, and, after using only and used any difference in cheap nottrumit put up by Cheap am as well and sound as over," trial. A federate monument at Nashville is on other dates, still well preset ved, now or- to favor our readeis with newsy letters bottle is enough foi Rodney Johnsou, Springfield, 111. irrcpoiibl and will bo sent to that naments the building. There is also an from her locality. Wo congratulate- the John houses or than take .1 parties at enormous or.e hundred chickens. It is guar-nntee- d exhibition hero profits, rather medicine of worlds If, after using of place and placed on a 'pedestal Btanding other memorial window dedicated to wide reputation nnd one that Is giving universal fortunate man who has won her. Cherry .1 bottle, which was presented to the the buyer is not thoroughly satisfaction at equal price ? No medicine in the 50 feet high. The unveiling of tho work satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken It is reported that Frank Cady, a world Is giving such unparalleled satisfaction lor ruKi'nro by will bo celebrated on the l.'ith inst. lion. church by the Indian boys in school Ileggs' Wood and and ev-- 1 Cholera, return it to the undeisigned Or. J. C. Aycr It Co., Lowell, Mass. Breckinridge, of Kentucky, will theio. It is large and hauiUoiue and ranchman, was shot, spitted and roasted cry buttle that Purifiernot do work W. 0. P. does its will cost you by Indians near the Mexican border in Sold by all I.ugUU 1 .t.i v 1 , all bottles, 5. our money will be refunded. represents Pocahontas as pat taking of New Mexico. the addicss. I.onisiille Posti nothing. R. Penny, druggist. deliver A. For by sale McRoberts .V Stajc, Stanford the rites of baptism before an immense multitude. The outride of this reinarka-bl- e building is ipiaint and odd, but the Inside is very modern mid elegantly furnished. The church yard was used iih a cemetery in the iIiivh of old and the Knives of men buried !."i0 years uiro 'marked by headstones, w'orn by years ol exposure, can be neen. . .. .. ,. ..,...:.. ..i..t....i .i. i ..,. , i iwiiii-n in tmuuii uiu .omiers ROYA I f F. Brlnklcy ;$ - JACKSON HOUSE. ' f cli ao7-t- I hh.I '" '"""Niy POWDER Absolutely Pure i i y; I B PHOTOGRAPHER, 0, court-hom- dea-stor- 1 377-t- ih-u- ...'.. jro-cer- ...i m mi first-cla- ss J. ISI. HILTON v l. . of i NOTICE m ' NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. s S3-- 0.H.M'R0BERTS,M.DM Court-House Pool and Billiard Parlors 100-fol- j A5 et , i J. T. CO., ui d ' For Home Use. fe flJf Cholera Cure! - y. three-bottles- 5o-cen- - Ayer's Pectoral, two-third- Wood-Make- r, iv I jmL - M At tho Contentful banquet In the A ivviit of the centennial programme Metropolitan Opera House, New York, was an hour's "w6t8hip" in St. Paul's o tnbles,woro arranged In double horse- - church, where Washington sought di was inseating capacity for vine guidance on tho morning bIioh fashion wltli Stanford, Ky., May $, 1889 800. Nearly 8,000 wine glasses glittered augurated. Han icon occupiedhe same the nt intervals along the nrniy of tables, pew that his illustrious predecessor did and L'lH) waiters as well drilled as so a hundred years before. Tho country W. P. WALTON, mnny soldiers, stood ready to respond to has made rapid strides in every braneh the slightest wink of tho diners. Kueli of commercial and mechanical progress, course, as to tho time of service,! but the sight of the little man was proof was regulated by electricity, tluw avoid- - conclusive that it has progressed backJnjr the custom prevalent m. pumic iii wards in tho character of men out of v The centennial celebration at York of the inauguration of George ners of serving u portion of the diners which it make presidents, Washington there on April :10th, 1780, with light wines while the bnlancedrank The Times says that "dov. Huckner's of the dinner waa the most imposing over .seen in this champagne. The expense white head and Col. Polk Johnson'sbald great country of 03,000,000 inhabitants. is said to have been $W,000, the wine head were the observed of all observers alone causing an expenditure of nearly Tho streets were decorated with in New York Tuesday." They are mighty Gov. Hill miido the welcoming o $10,000. of (lowers and bunting and tho line heads and Kentucky is not at all city was in holiday attire. Hon. address and our own illustrious Grover ashamed for tlieni to be displayed anyCliauncev M. Depew was the orator of Cleveland responded to the toast "Our where. tho occasion nnd did the spread eaglo People" in a few characteristic and eloThe other 11 toasts M.ssciirsi:ns high license law business, while Harrison was let oil with quent remarks. "The State," Gov. throws 3,300 out of jobs and address, winch wan both were as follows: a Constitu- the proprietors sillier a loss of $3,000,-00pointed nnd sensible The procession Fitzhtigh Ih; "The in fixtures and income. It is very numbered 00,000 and tlie jam was teni-tic- , tion." Chief Justin Fuller: "The United Harrison; sad, but we shall save our tears for deepof visitors benig- 'states of America," more than a million V. Daniel, of Vir er sorrow. ht the city. Kentucky was represented "The Senate." John ginia; "The Presidency," by the man (en. John It Castleliv finv. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY, man, Gen. S. K. Hill, Col. E. Polk John-- who stole it, or rather received stolen..,.. pmpertv, alias II. B. Hayes; "The Judi... .. ,..iww i inn -l- lowdv! hearts; "Our Annv ami :mco was most creditable to the State. It,li,r". ' The republicans of Paint I.ick are X,,v-c,i'"- Sherman; "Our Schoolsaud tnnL- iVnAliliiirt.ni six davsin his iiirriuin' very mad over the recent postolllce .. r II tl II Semi- - WeekltInteriorJournsl 11 IS Many people wonder why we are so X WITH SUPPLEMENT. BUSY ALL THE TIME If you will make a minute of a dozen or more arUele.s that we Kell, take a tour of inspection and learn the difference in prices, the gnr-lnnen-tir- five-minu- bar-keepe- 0 MYSTERY WILL BE At once. Our Great Success is due to SOLVED ! Pro-ide- our Motto: 1tiipL-m- r. u.,iu 1 I Quick Sales and Small Profits Our Unequalled 1A - I 1 be lumes Vernon home, 100 years ago. Harrison cool oil". - Lowell. and ids party in the finest train of p.ilAbout the onlv indication that we exact-acecars ever run made the trip T(1J. U,WHWH. Or- - have had of spring is tho abundant sup im. i,uh1iik ly six hours, and then in order to follow ton. WM ,nw just because it ply of spring chickens furnished by our ... , B8 near iw wssii.le till' couweoi , eood hostess. M rs. Holmes, at Miller's er of his country, the party took steam very petty spirit nnd exhibit n spite tiiat Hotel. How the drummers do smile Dry Hoots, Shoes, We &c, ships for Now York, with hundreds of they ought to be above displaying. If a '"and them (maulers too." in vessels acting as sonrt. A centennial man does not TJio Centennial was not celebrated think lie gets his money's ball was given at which the chief fea- worth by advertising with us wo It will pay you to examine our stock before buying elsewhere. would I'" oxcejit by some of our young ladies ture was an ovation to Mrs. Cleveland, not have him make the outlay. Of a rainynay gentlemen, who enjoyed who received more attention than Mrs. course we feel better towards a patron ph'iiic. Possibly some of our patriots Harrison, notwithstanding that lady is than any one else, but a man must be "'ink it wrong for George Washington to now the first of the- laud. His fraiidu-lenchis own judge about bother it pays to ' '"'e gotten an ollice so easily a century K. B. Hayes, was present at the whl' tlu.v have been diligently advertise or not and if lie decides iii thoi nV celebration, but ho would have been but- - negative, we will raise no row .11. SAUNGGK, coking one for a quarter of a century, Main St., with him. ter occupied had he remained in Ohio Why do not these same newspapers, fl,i,l'1 '" l'Vlr- 'ittempt. call ilIul and attended to his poultry. It was by name and run down the wares Knowing of our forgiving nature, has said except in one point. We liae of the' enough to bring back the blush of sljame home merchants who do advertise?"'01' ' sdifcr, who so gracefully not never been convinced that it is valuable to every patriotic man to recall by his ed this column immediately after our de- - j have the same riL'ht. for farming purposes, or suitable for hud filled the presence that this impostor partiire, spoke of us, as soon as our back prolltnble fruit growing. Wo must adplace, or rather held it, that Washington Tiik Louisville Times has lounded out was turned, in a very broad and intensedignified. Should the country progress the first live years of a successful and ly pei.soual manner. As Joe never boils mit though that nearly all appearances A at the same rate for the noxt 100 years honorable existence. F.tnmett Igau over save with gratitude ami allectiou, are against the opinion we hold. is as rich in apas it has in the last, there is no limit to has good reason to be prnud of his bant-- J the offense is forgiven forgiven mainly greater part of tho soil pearance as any we ever saw on the our nosMbilitics, ami when the second ling, but he is going to leave it in other nf tii..r;,.n.M,ir. i.m ,i, . .,,, western prairies. Still, in tho face of centennial is ceionraieu may u oe unuor j,.,,,,!, for u yp.,r Illl(i m. ,,u ,,nnil , (Qvt this fact and others like it, our opinion favorable an.l as auspicious cirmiiu- - farming in Warren county. Seventeen! as 2h0. M .J.Durham and wife wore the same. Within the past ten stances as the ...ie just closed. Vears of unremitting toil in the same wn Wednesday visiting relatives and remains nave mi' vears, isro. rmrnes iiiiuoiir-wiiuo nas causon nun to long tor a friends. The judge looks as if lie were Tiik Governor of North Carolina and change ami fered iiiiwm many things. The lapse of . a most needed rest. So hu able to win anything; but his honesty I... i wi.'i.viwu. tt mitli Oiiw iltn'i liinf ii n )ttj(, (im, llH p,OVen, invariably, tiiat . . , tl..i N'... York Ocntennml clohration. ' wl11 Jin Df" John D U'O0',S '" St'l'te..l may uoieai nun. i nomas .i. rooro, can-- , . -- At,Vo ,..,., .,, irm.traw .. - . her and Farmer Polk. Johnson, of Frank di.late for clerk of the Court of Appeals, . ... , .........i,-,,,other facts on but if the tiaditional suggestion was fort, will givo them lessons in tho nrt of was here yesterday, dipt. W. J. made it is not recorded. In fact thcne his side are, that the citizen- - dow u then tickling the soil to make it produce the one of our brightest and ino.st en- generally governors got no further mention than agiee with him; and that about best quality of mint. terprising young men, has located in II) ncoiile have none there to live, and tho lia re assertion that they wore tiiere. Kansas City, and engaged in the insurOnly the chief magistrates of Virginia, A G. A. II. innnisraisinL'ahiL'rnw in the the population is gradually increasing. and Georgia seem to have Covington Commonwealth because, us he ance business. Col. Charles Gallagher, Kentucky Of all the places we saw in the South, tho oldest merchant tailor in our city, They ii.,a Tii.. ';....f n.... been accorded special notice. delightful i ii.ii iiwvkv 7 uutikv iiiuuiil ii iiriii :......:..'., and one of the best in the State, lias re- Sanibel is the best and mot were ail gallant confederate chieftains, or rather attempting to use, the (J. A. K. resort; and if iiipitidisshould for a winter Wfi1 from business ami will spend the n'luici niiim-i- l lit titil la flfllt oiir r4ij,t ' as a IIUDU IMWIM III t HI ia means of ndvancing his political as- - tired build a large hotel thero a thing not at summer in tho mountains. J. T. bv their devotion to country and liome1 pirations." In other words, that all improbable property would enhance he is, a wiirthy young man, has rccci ved an ap- in value, the island would attract the Dealer In in times of peace. trying to ride into the pnsiou agency on pointments as postal clerk ou the C. S. of all the Northern ami Fast-e' the shoulders of the obi soldiers. attention The The Danville Advocate nominates ! ollicial" is evidently a sorehead railwav. have never claimed anything States and become the leading resort Judge M. J. Durham for permanent W'e to go off ami soak it. in Florida. of the State convention, which an'1 chairman like mental equipoise, hut we are surely STANFORD, KY. There has been some talk about Hro. meets noxt week. We second the nomiCn miles J. Ilexi., a iir . not tool enough to attempt a letter on Barnes hotnesteading. Out in the dusk nation most'heartily. The democrats of of Chicago, left all his vast estate' to his Florida, when your columns have recent- there is the usual powwow concerning bis native State ought to show the rads t pretty housekeeper, with whom ho was ly contained so much concerning that the step taken as well as his motives for at Washington by every manner possi in love, forgetting that eleven hungry State, written by tho foremost descrip- taking it. His friends seem to U5 satishie in how great esteem they hold tho tive writer of the day. A few days after .... .. isi.i .j.. .. ... L'inuniiiii . . . ., , nitinuivu '."ill.. hi; vi I'Simillt IW ......a. fied. Thcwe who are not Ids friends n tium utui-riIiuiicni iiiiu They have accordingly con we arrived at Bartow, Bro. Barnes wrote have no right to open their chops. If Ever exhibited in ... . treatment, ii not Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stnr.k U tno ropuuiican aumiuisiraiion couiu tested the will and will demonstrate that you that he was intoxicated, and that I whole thing were a failure financialawe or browbeat. full and complete. We call special attention to our was also. Now, Bro. Barnes wrote truly the man proposes tho court disno-ewhile the few ihdlars he has ly; if liwyers walk off with the as to his own condition, but was mistak- expended were swept away and lost for Jamks B. MAiim.of Darren, candidate I""'1 . en as to mine. But you know I supventure 1 would count this island for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, le-- tooHt.-pose you do; nearly all editors do that ever, The best Casket of the kind ever invented. sides being admirably equipped for tho most profitable performances Wiie.v Washington was inaugurated when a man is intoxicated ho imagines, one of the oince, nas uie nappy lacimy oi remein-- 1 t,L.re were on!y 10 h,.juli,,L,,i fcuitcs, of his life. As to his motives at all Embalming under the most approved method when desired. every one is flying along with him. The bering faces and names, and nearly althey are tho jewels thai sparkle ow tlcri. ..... :ls ...... faiir to ,.., admit- climate was lovely beyond our concep- times J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. ways scores a point l.y refilling some tc,j as g00 t,K, TOn,tJlutj0llui in his golden life. w'e were delighted; but believconnected with Ids introduction mcnts are complied with. Tnless we tion and would love to tell of tho delights Wo ing in temperance in all tilings, we kept to a gentleman, lie is;, very polished capture Canada and Mexico, or cut up of Sanibel if we could. Bro. took the best euro of the good and beauties sober and man and would Till the nftl v mostiiccopt tho nw,r into m.my With Stfflte8 t,1(J evangelist when he indulged to excess. Barnes attempted It nnd failed. 8IIiner powers, Ids pen "y ' next years will see no gro.it increase We think, therefore, that we looked at ids great has drawn only a little from the granThe latest "Big li" is Bradley, God-- 1 of star' 011 our spangled banner. everything calmly and soberly. t &c deur of the island and its surroundings. frey Hunter nnd Burchett and they have to bay about Southern I have hie lonowing is important it true, but Florida. but little need is chimneys-op- en To attempt to tell of our great joy duruemanueu tnai u.m uoiuersuaii ue Mir-- i as it appears in Her great the Cincinnati Commer-- , with the "Troupe," would In tho veyor of the Port of Louisville. fireplaces and chimneys. Tho win- ing our stay jVX we do not vouch for it: nttompt tho impossible. It is still DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, bo to meanwhile Col. J. K. Faulkner, who fits "General Clinton B. Fisk, late candidate ter has been an extraordinarily wet and our pleasure to think of tho good time the jdaco like paper on tho wall, is at for President on tho Prohibition Tp South. Kven under this FANCY ARTICLES, &0 ticket, cold ono in tho "Palm Kanch anil with Washington, determined to show tho big lias reached unusual state of affair there were only we spent at the conclusion that political Wo l'hyicun prctcriptiom accurately compounded. for that life again. trio that he is sotu'iwh it f a man him- prohibition is a stumbling block times when firo was many a longing to tern- - about half u dozen think of the many things that fin self, and it's dollars to cents he'll get peranco reform and lie is again a rejiub- - needed, but then wo needed it as much made us so happy there. And often do fcr' i'i0Attn F a. there. as we ever did in Kentucky. Their best lican. we recall the bustle in the early morning nrovision for fire is a small stove witli It is said that the rulings o the pen- Tiik News says THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, that K5 barrels of fresh j,jpo run through the window. After when wo nil arose to plan and work sion commissioner, Tanner, have douband fish; the day filled with a variety of JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. CLOCKS, fish aio consumed by the Parisians a the "spell" conies and gets a pretty good led the applications for pensions and that week, besides what is caught out of .Ston- - hold on you. they throw two or three pleasant occurrences; then the gathering Ever brought to thin market I'nco lower than Hood of fraudulent claims is seriousthe the lowett. Watches, Clocki and Jewelry He. er and other streams. If Craddock gets small Bticks of pine into tho stove and on tho small porch of tho great preachly interferring with those that are valid. paired on thorljnotlcc and warranted. his share of the brain food, which we fire up. You then put on yourovercoat, er's humble island homo to watch tho The country will wish before many days fear he does not, he may bo able to fur- get very close to the stove, let your im- sun disappear and tho day fade out. that Tanner's head had gone with his legs nish quite a decent little poem for tho agination and your toes work and get Wo have never seen such sublimity at during tho war. sunset as was witnessed almost daily Kli Iu TQm delectation of tho Press Association. warm if you can. Wo were all so single in our deActeh the examination of 120 persons, Another way they have of heating the there. Uncle Hen Hawuhon complains that sire to watch its slow descent, that wo was obtained in tho not a single juror end of the State, is by means wood cut of him was diabolical. We southern hnvo often wondered whether good trial of Latimer for tho murder of his our of a coal oil stove, so called. I would will leave it to anybody who knows him spirits sometimes gathered together with lamp, with two mother, at Jackson, Michigan. A brute large a if tho "pietur" is not true to life. The call it sun as it seemed to kiss guilty of such an offense doesn't deserve and wicks. When a "norther" us to watch tho Frankfort Cipit.il says it is a very good burners negro boy comes into tho office the great waters and go slowly down in is strange that time is being a trial and it arrives, a west of banihel. wasted upon him, when rope is so plen- likeuessand our Undo Benjamin doesn't nnd fills tho stove and the cracks in the ii blazo of glory fur want to dispute with our bold soldier Tho bitter to all this sweet camo on ' tiful. lloor immediately around it, witli coal president. day of separation. When wo parted oil. After lighting tho wicks, ho turns the tho "Troupe" wo had an aching Giiekly announces that hereafGen. from Unless Hilly O'Hradley has a pass, ho ono up very high, so as to make nu im- throat and no voice. But wo were com- ter ho will, when practicable, make a general prediction showing tho condition will spend nil tho money ho makes from mense smoke, nnd tho other very low, so Dunsated. in a largo measure, by havingtraveling companions, two as exfor his "large and lucrative law practice," it will mako neither Binoke nor heat, and co our and happy tnenils as ono will of the weather two or three days in ont yourself about doparts. You entwino Considering tho recent failures which lie could not givo up to go to meet in a life's journey Will Ferguson, in railroad faro to Washington. He that stovo as you would about your boot tho nuiet. true, unselfish gentleman and to predict correctly for 24 hours, there is bottom of hislovelv and gentle sister .May. When a rashness about this decision that is ab- is keeping the railroad track to that city if you wanted to peg tho your overcoat, wrap mulller well wo bid them good bv at Now Orleans it hot, having gone there again this week. bewildering. solutely wns like parting with brother and sister. about your neck, thrust your handsdeep May they abide hero long and alwnys in The civil service law now applies to down into your pockets, keep your two peace. Col. Wm. P. Walton was grand mar-A- . H. parade at tho New the railway mail service and hereafter eyes on tho two blazes, one going up nnd glial of tho G. My entire tiip was a delightful one. I York Centennial, but it was not tho ed- appointments must bo made for merit tho other going down, nnu thero you nro Win keeP constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture Mulberry Sellers. itor of this paper, who hastens to make nnd not for political purposes. There of all. May this sea- - and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such troods thy, tho kindness Now, as to Sanibel. Bro. Barnes has this statement. for fear somebody will aro 5,00 positions of this character, of Givo mo a trial and you will be con- under false which 2,500 have been filled by republi- written much concerning it. Wo thor goodlThalS think he has been traveling vinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. cans in the last two months. ,. with him in everything he changed to me. oughly agree pretenses. ItU-Sel- tnr..n,.. " "" KlixiiluMi. X.- .1..f from his Mi. - fr.iii.'in .ww. Literature," and "Our - ! ap-..,.:- ... uarvar.i.i ll' ... .I.... . ,.t I'llUV. mm..... 1111.1 OUUIIIU lw,.ii,l PRICES in all Departments are 111 1 iiii-iiiui- - ,,,,,. w., ,, THE TALK OF THE DAY! , Goods, Notions, are selling Clothing, lower than any other House Stanford. Hats, Trunks, j ' i ; )' - y, THE LOUISVILLE STORE Stanford. I j i Manager. - i quill-Tlie- v , i j . lu.n-iuci- . ; j -- Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Waif P aper. t- - J Kin-nair- d, M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. Bo 1 . . , wj k.11 A Ko WKAHtFre. Goods m "ex-hig- h 0"'t Furniture and Undertakers' j four-iit'llio- n v 1.,.., . The Largest, Cheapest and Het Assorted stock of Wall Paper, Ilorder, Celling Decorations and Window Shades - ! i s. 1 INDESTRUCTIBLE BURIAL CAS3KET, -, r: recpiiro-incide- nt , ve Ao Mo zdzetto-q-is- PENNY, vT:e"w:k!:l:e:r. WffiL(toJra?3&U) aEt j j i j j jmat FUmiWRE STORE! PDll- cast-iro- MA'OJK JKOTFMaVISo n J e. 1 Co-re- a, it-b- utton ZSX; I v 'yy-wf- ' P3.u"' " !3.."HWBIi Semi-Week- f - --' I " W I 1 ,. '.y , k hhor Thompson A FIhIi Imve nioveil their Fiikaii IIhIi every Tuiwlny, Thursday I T'ir resilience of Mr Joe Scvvranre is I lieJnjf torn don n, prepnrntory totlioerec- - stock of jroods from JJarlioiirvillo to this Sntunliiy. M. !'. Klkln, nrd " tlon of it Inrjro nnd Imiidsoine ono in its plncu and now otvupy tho Honk store-- 1 'i:w tanned poods of every tleKcrlp aten(. hoime, w hero Whitehead used to keep' Stanford, Ky., May 3 1880 lion hi a. a. warrens .uuuui uro-- 1 Fiiost sullleient to write your name in i , ritl. Rnr tury. 'at Welsh sold out his stoek )f uxo- 1M lint, iiitwtnfiul tn tkl.Ki.iu lutitritri t ies to Jol.n Proctor The invoice tha't we luu.e OUU opening of spring nntl summer If you buy aMcOORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain MonnRer i...im uiii ..ltti..K. .. r ,, i,.v Til. mul.MmnU was done nmounted to .I.4.. Welsh lefuscd to heard of. to get one of the best Machines made. make any discount and suld his stock to Courts ,fc Cox. MEANS BUSINESS. If you bub a McOormack Machine you can depend on getting reIt will be observed that the pen of Hiuitli Ping. Proctor got thu house and Wk would like to secure a competent Hro. John II. Woodcock is again taken ordered a stock. WAtchkh and jewelry repaired and pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the warranteil. A. It. I'enny. lady or gentleman for correspondent at in hand for the I. J. Pralso the Lord, The signal in its wrath against a few most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or I,niiiiktii'h (larden seed, new crop, Cnih Orchard. misguided hums, w ho get drunk and do Mower; no mistako about it. wo join Hro. Harnes in saying. jtict received atMeltobertH A Stag's. the walking and yelling acts at night, Kitt'irs and ( onfeutlonerics butter and The McOormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of I.animiktii'k tiarden Seeds fresh ami Tiik Carpenter House has been trans- - was a little too hard on . . ..... our otlicers and irenuine, in hulk or package, at A. U. eheaoer at IC. A ininers than anv other; i ...it... " Hotel, and others, though it is tough to be awaken- their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with lUlllll'W IIIIU llll Allllllllllll. IVnny's. lioustu In town, Mr. J. Otten-helm- ed from one's dreams by said toughs. is now open for business. their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Ma TiiKhest place to buy drup, patent is proprietor and Clans Mohr medicines anil toilet articles Is at A. It. Lige Merritt, tho darkey mentioned chines second to none. lions, to the wife of Dr. L H. Gillette, I'ennv's. in Tuesday's paper as hav ing run anothof Medicine !odgc, Kans., who was Miss manager. . By all soo you make Hoy your school hooks, ink, tablets, An Oi.ii Ci ii'i'iMt. Mrs. Heuben Wil- er negro with a stick w ho fired five shots your school supplies of all Corme Cooper, on the '25th ult., a tine paper, pencils and boy Leslie Cooper. liams has a clipping from a Richmond, at, him in thu meantime, belonged durkinds from A. It. Penny. GEO. Va., paper under date of Dec. '20, liW, ing slave thnu to tho writer's father. Hu . . . .. . 1 iifMi mini, give us a can 11 you wauii ,. , a lm(. ,,i is not an industrious darkoy b' any nf PERSONAL POINTS. anything in underwear, llannel shirts, l!w,w. xvaiililiiKton, which on means, hut don't know what it is to be Con nants patterns, shoes, hats. ivo. Mas. Baii.i.y, the mother of Mrs. Wo 1 Ith. It was cut ami preserved by afraid. the ! Shanks, is her guest. James Thompson, of your place is luivo a large sto'k of all. Owsley A: her grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Knowles us Craig. Jons Aims has been heie, his old home, in the painting busiand is vellow and worn with age. postal clerk on this division. ness. .Mrs. Arnold has returned from Ui.MKMiiKii we hae a very large line of Miss Hi:.....: Caiiii.ntku is visiting at Livingston much Improved in health. FitoM the number of responses receivSl'LCif IC uim all blood i!ii.ie, uch .xbcrofuh, I Iiim, Pimple, t lurattd throat, WhiteSwi-llin?- . carpets, oil uirpets, rugs, wall waper, ed to the invitation to attend the meet- She was accompinied hy George Howell ,.h S)iihi!ili. dineiivct in nil lt ur Necrosis Ac I'nce 5i per hutile. Mr. T. M. Lillard's in Poyle. II A IS. I HON HI I 1 US i the mot plt.uant to Inkoof all the Iron tonir. It cures I)ipepia, Mu, John M Kir m.k, of Nieholasville. lacu curtains, poles ami window shades, ing of the Kentucky PhariuiiLcutical As- ami family, who will residu witli her. It civen a keen appetite, enruhes the bluxl, reulalcn the licr anil imiurti new nitrify to the mtucles una ncroti ljgnni l'rlce $i perbutlltami if you need anything of that kind sociation, which will be held at Crab Or- Dr. Pevton is with his sou, Thomas Metcalf. caino down yesterday to see (jAILIII"S WORM .SVRll' l made of the Wt norm killiM nnd exptlle" liumn to the medical prolMMun and therefore recommends itulf III pluiam in take, nafe nnd reliable. Prices? who has been In give us a call and Noll will he icpaid for chard, beginning May lo, Secretary W. Mrs. William Stewart at Wildie. Mas. M I". per liiittli GAII.II-K'luisville for some time, returned Wed- It. Owsley A Craig. MAGNK1IC I'l t.Ls for all I.ivir Ca.nplainli, lmml-e- d Five persons, including two Swiss, Ditfentijn, Sid Headache, H. Mcltoberts thinks that the largest asAc. Acis .i cathartic I'rite . enU pir hot. nesday. semblage the bodv ever had is assured. were held for murder at London TuesManufai lurid and Icr tale to tht tr.uk- by the Tin: way in which our milliners are Mi-- s .MttikT.moii, of Huntington, dixpoing of spring bonnets and hats in- 'r' e meeting is very important and every day, charged with having killed a man WILLIAI1ZSKU31G DRUG CO., W. Va., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. L. duces the belief that the churches will druugist in the State should be represen- at Fast Hernstadt some days since and placing his body on the railroad track. Hourne, hei'ioftdcd next Siindav. It will be ted. The engineer of the first passenger train Mu. J. P. Hrsni.r.v and family have -- idiow day" and here's honiuvr it will be Cxtti.k Dmno. The Stute P.oard of discovered the body before reaching it moved back to their home- In Washing a typical May day. Health having been notilted thnt Mr. A ami stopped the train. ton county. It. II Conn and Jack Adams, Jr., "." M. Feland was loosing cattle by a singu-liMnSiltM. J. t. AMI ItKIIAIIII CiH.NTIU writing from Oklahoma say they have . directors of the Crab Orchard and , isen-- e, it onlered its local uieinuer, secured n nice location on the Cimarrow and J. I". Portman went to the CexiiiK-to- n Danville lurnpike have dicided to build lard , , n " tiw U river, within threo miles of Guthrie. ' lM races Tuesday. a ro,d m, a, to avoid the danger of trains They had the conductor of their train to Iledul so, and I'li.l-akc- r Mit. J. A. Hi itkkk, of (liven, at Howlan.l. Fncle Jack IMcy tolls lwdrt.M.k slack up, so they could jump oil" before . 11 ircu nil er A Co., boot and shoo dealers, was In that Mcpxis. lllakc man, of Danville, an llli inn nreii is liiiui pneumonia. Mr. IV reaching Guthrie, then thev struck it pleuro across the country and grabbed tho llrst to ceo us yesterday. John llright have been engaged to sur os.iy lost i: valuable short-hum- s and unclaimed land. They were much land has Mhkmm. S. II. IUioiim vn,.I. I Karris, vey the route next week. It is proposed pleased with tho country. others are sick. (5. I Penny and Joe Kmbry attended to leave the present road at Mrs. McA D. X. Williams presided over the TiiniiK were seven men before the pen-i- ; democratic convention Siturdav and W. fee's to.',Mte, thence along the Jilull to the Lexington raei's Wednesday. 9 Mu. l J. CxMi'iin.i. pased down to T. Feme's and thence to the old pike oipu examiners Wednesday. Dr. J. IJ. P. Cress acted as s'cretaiv. The com- mittee on resolutions, T. 0. Tuvlor, II. where he will spend hcwuitl Needmore. It is estimated tlmt Kinnsird, of Lincaster, is in Washing- (J Louisville Sutton, F. M. IHoomer, Win. Wallen In single pieces or suits, white and fancy colors. a few days advertising his resort. it will coil i'Jjm toSI.OOO, which amount ton applying for the position of e.Munin-wi- ll and J. J. Hrown suggisted Win. Cress, ' T. J. Taylor. H. G Sutton and William JuihikT. W. Vaiiiion went up to his bo raised from piix'ate contributions, er and if he gets it the olllce for the jK)wsslons in Whitley Wednesday, on ami county appropriation, if pos trict w ill be removed to his town. Tan- - Wallen as delegates to the Louisville and whloh ho ban coal and potter's clay ga- Bible. ner's plan of appointing only republi convention, .. G.that tluy be instructed Sham' for treasurer. to vote foi lore. leaves this town in the cold, as all Should none of the delegates attend, cans T11 Kin: never wiw Mich a uncnil civ of An virus from Mr. S. F. Cowan es- be it Hon. (1. M. Adams was instructed tocat our doctois, to their good seii'-In shield, plated and pique embroidered bo3oms. COLLARS and torday uvuiiIiii! were thnt he was much mad ilogsax at prexent. It comes from! said, the vote as above are democrats. days at all part sof the Mate andourowu county worn.' and could llxeonly a few CUFFS, latest styles, and the largest and nicest assortment of is not exempt from (lie ravavges of the! FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the outside. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mu. Tim W. HiooiNs.of Cim.xvil.u, was hydhiphobia spreading curs. A vidua-- . Wool i. quoted at ') to HS cents 111 hum Monday night, returning from a cow was bitten some time iil'o at Crab visit to his brother, S. K. IliggiiiM.ofUar-rard- , Orchard and this week it fell dead in the Wool wanted, UX),000 pounds. A. w ho is better. 97HAcrt, nituated on thi Stanford and Crab street, after showing every sign of the! Orchard pike, near Walnut Hat For pirticulart aNoj T. Nunnelley. In Tecks, puffs and four-in-han- d Mks. Wii.i, (ioooi.v, of Somerset, was terrible disease. Junction City 1ms and dress bows ever seen Stanford. addre It C IIVVVaIkKS. Three good milk cows and calves for i Crab Orchard, Ky. W. M. Iliu'- - sullerisl. but the authorities are deter-- j the guest of her brother, Mr. Nile. Hugh Seargeut. gins, on her way to see her sick brother, mined that no further complaints nIiiiII lames Mnilh sold to William Haugh be found there, by oidenng that every Mr. Simon Higgins. of work mules for State Man- - dog caught without a inurrlu shall be a pair W. L. IIouv, of We hae on mil jn ice Jones Hros. sold to Johnson, of and uill op. comtantl) on hand Ia ancaster Mre.t lull upp) of ai:er .Ktna Life, is here for a couple of killed without fuithcr notice to its own Hoyle, a roadster for $150. I'ure Lake tee to help his local agent, I). It. Car- - er. Will the city council here takehtep wwks feet high is on A cabbage stalk per At 1 against the worthies canines in town, or jKjnter talk insurance. In qiiantitie" oer fne pounds Xu u the time to exhibition at a Florida exposition. make engagemcnti for the eaon family will it wait till omchody is bitten'.' An Mu. FiKi.tiiNo Tiit'iDioMi and 4 tf A. T. Nunnelley has bought so far MNNKMH N IIAMPION hnvo inovM back to this vicinity from ounce of prevention is worth a pound of 15,000 pounds of wool at 15 to t!5 cents. D.mvilleand hae taken Mrs. Fannie cure. ! Col. Underwood sold to Hillie HubDunn's house, near town. ltBMfTKP is Ol ni kit. A short time ble an extra tlnu mare mule colt for I'oclone a parncMhip in tame between George Orn business manager ami Mrs. T. It ago, John Harnett ami some negroes had 110. l McAliMer, Ulclv deceased, and in the name, I will on Monday, May Oth, Count) Walton returned from Virginia estcr-day- . 11 tight and the whole crowd was arrestJjislcy's Silence ran fourth in it Court day, biforc the door in Stan, They had a most delk'htful trip and ed. The negroes agreed to a line of public race at Lexington Monday and ford, sell al Ahurea miction toin the highist nfbidder u Kuht-bof Stock the lloa'd InterF.d is in better trim than ever to present S.'.oO before Judge Mielton, hut Harnett's Robert McAlister'sSpringdell (Ith. nal lmproetnrnt of Lincoln Countv for the Is Receiving His & Crab Orchard Turnpike Koad. claims of his p.iper and make war father refused to let him take the same tin! Stanford James Good sold to W. A. Ilerrin, W It MILLKU 3 upon the delinquent. line and demanded a trial by jury. The of Pulaski, it yearling heifers at $1 1 and has returned from a Mr. Dan Mii-lki- i jury tlued him ?7.oU ami ciMs and the it combined car-olmate for $175. Sails, Shingles and Slices For Sale By the visit to relatives in Madison. judgment was placed in the hands of Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial The yearling sale of the Runnymede way, Mr. Miller tells us that he has joinMarshal (1. S. Carpenter for execution. Woodburn and Coldstream youngsters Ten Thootand I lat K.i H aid i ,ooo Jt'oplar ed the Preilastinarian Hiptlsts, sometimes Accordingly he went A C SINI J N MENEKKK. to Willis Harnett's took place at Lexington, 8t head bring- Shingle Iumj on hand Men', Women . Mitse' and cnlled tlio "Hard Shells," ami will he where the boy lived, to have it paid, re ing ("0.trJ0, an average of $725.'.!:i. Children' Shoei, inado b Alter, lorwoml R. Co baptized the I'd Sunday in this month. nt plevied or jail thu ollender. Mr. Har-- R II. McKlroy sold to Isaac Tate, of and Mundrlle.Khich I will 'illnnd the crj lowr.t I have Ixiught them the) mut be price "Fmon," Manager Ceph Campbell nett saw him coming into his uinl and Taylor county, a tine young jack for told My mock is complete and thoe who w nut barpiln can get thrm b r.illinir. I menu bun-and Miss Nauncrle Campbell went to said in an angry tone: "I know your He is just L'5 months old and full W C IIAILhY, Turnersille. meeting nenr lWk Castle Springs ICister business as well as you do ami if you Lebanon Standard. Hi hands high Sunday anil this is the way thellmt nam come in I will kill yon," at the same Ilindoocraft won tho Distillers' Latlt.s, TO ed described the last named: "The little time procuring a double barreled gun Stakes at Lexington, of 1' mile, easily in Ixwintiful as a msf.budhtossnui. maid, as t Sealed propot.iW will bo recened for the con-- t and bringing it to bear on thu marshal '2.11 over four competitors. McAliter's ruction of 4 milet of the Highland .t Wa).ic-ut- s was provided with a largo black hore, Scroll Work, Mouldings, turnpike, in I itKoln couim, from the prts-i- 'l who began to back out of the piemises, Little Martha, in the mile race for Southtrn tirminu to Wnvneburff. I'ropoil and uiudv a lovely picture in her dark remarking as hu did so that Harnett will he con Mill ml for the hole or sections of S showed up well. riding skirt and cream white bodice, would havo to mile ind luiiticn uill be let .111 liit Siitiirday in sutler the consequences The Cincinnati cattle inaiket is tlrm April, 1SS0 Itight reered to reject all bull. bonnet on her saucy of his with a new la-teCedar and Locust Posts. act. Carpenter thought disci with good demand for butcher stock, Profile and kpcilfualiucn can he Men and other W e will c rry a f ill sto k ofeventhuij; found in a firt-- i l.u Lumber Yard. information recrhed npon application to the n little .""!, whose pink ribbons fluttered thu better part of valor and let urn w hich is quoted at I1J to I, scrub to best dcrlK'ied .it hi ilire in Stnnfortl. A C SINK, lluiincts Manager about her rosv cheeks and sometimes to to tow 11 as he had come, though we W. It MILLIIK, President 17 Hh'ppcis sell ul Ij to 4.'J(); hogs aie in mmw m m blown by the wind about tXTTnt T worn daringly iwi WW have no idea that Mr. Hirni-t-t would good shipping demand at I to IJ; sheep 1)1 miles the ihortctt, Jl houri qukkett between chorry lips. In point' of the ravines carried Ills foolish threat into exe- are steady at II to 5, spring lambs are in have which wo passed sho seemed Orcution, because he is a man of too much fair demand at (tj to veiy image of an April day chasing sense and too well acquainted with the the shadows, and was a fitting penalty that would attach to so uncalled MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. I 1,111 f... nil- HLlHIIll I....1.1 "v Entire Trim Ilun TLrough Without Change. III. mil nil .1...- lliii.liii uiiiio .1.f.lt iii.., for a crime. Instead of getting a posse Our nK't is Ntirriui; up tho iiORro alom; and the wild violets that bloomed W I our ill venue, IIIKOUGH CAR SERVICE. and vindicating thu majesty of thu law loafers nut! says ho wiU certainly nbato our rugged pathway." South Hound Irani No 1, l'ullman lloudoir Iluif. - nt onco as most ofllcers would huvu done the iiuiNimv. bleepini; Can, Cincinnati to New Orleans el lhattaniKi;a to Shreteport and Pullman Huffet tho marshal waited till next morning CITY AND VICINITY. A iiojjro liroko into Stovo lVewitt's Sleepers, Cincinnati to Jjiksouwlle, via K. T., nnd with his deputy, Tim Mershon hottsoufow nights since nnd was carryTrain No, 5, Mann lloudoir lluflVt Sleeping Cop Fish at T. It. Walton's. mid J. IC. Portman, armed with shot- ing nvvny tho proprietor'H pantaloons in Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati Attorney at Law, to Jacksonville via W. & A. Sleepers St. Louis, Pi'iiK Herman Millet at Metcalf & Fos- guns, went to Rowland armed also with a vv hich ho carried his tnonoy when Mr. 10 ;ve Orliani ia M. A. O. Kentucky. warrant for Harnett for resisting an of- 1. awoke, jrahbed !na Knvo chaise Stanford, ter's. ficer. They found him in Judge Shel-ton'- s and rcco voted his money. Tho iif;ro Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 18 Will practice in all the count of thin and adjoin, Am. kinds of fnsh vegetables at S. S. ofnpptul olltcu paying his boy's line and has left tho country. lie counties nnd In the courtStagu'i Office over McKobtrtt & ' truj; store R.ICA.DI30AVX Mvers. Carpenter told him ho must go to town John Mel'horeon, of tills county, . " TRATN NORTH. IKAlNa MJl'lil to answer thu charge. Hu readily acqui- now of l'inovHIe, had n rather touizti Fiih.su Fish at J. D. Holderinan'severy No o No 1. No. a. i5o71 No 7. No. 4. No. 5. i, 6 STOKE & STATIONS. esced saying, "I am a law abiding man" Daily. I.im. Daily. Daily Daily Fast at that place a few nights since. Wednesday and Saturday. I.im E. Sun. Dally. Ex. Llm. Daily. I.lin. ll.x. Sun. Daily. and Portman and Mershon brought him Ho got pretty boozy and laid down in a A rv 6 40 a m 6 4 pmiioij a m 3 30 P ni 4 03 p ni b 00 p m 7 55 a 111,1. ve .. .(.incinnati 17 a m Cut 1.0 id fresh Hum and cement just to town. In the afternoon he waived stable to sloop. A number of boys treat..! 8 30 a in 1 ja P m ...... iiiMinsiown..i. ve 5 13 a in 547pm 930pm 9SJ-Having purcbaied an interest in .1 iiiinufactu-rin- s 10 59 a m 7 02 p ni io 39 p m .. ..Georgetown 4 10 a m 7 4 a m 11 38 p received at W. II Hiugins. examination and Judge Varnon went ed him to a doso of turpentine after tho Lexmgton buine in l.ouui die, Ky .which will require ti sop m 7 35 pm 10 J5 pm to 5 a in 348 a m 4 15pm1 700 a m n 10 p m through the farce of holding him to thu manner in which that drug is sometimes all of my attention, I want a buyer for a .I.ou S. R, R. ..Arr. l.w. A i:uv large lino of Swiss edges and ..I.ve. Arr . llurin circuit court in $100 bond. Tho charge applied to canines. Nice Residence and Good Stock embroideries, linen laces, Ac, Ac. OwsArr 8 45 pin u mam n 17 am Lve Ilurin S5 ml 3 jo p in 5 jo am 10 50 pm Is a very serious one and it strikes us Danville in a m .Initios Forrill took from the house I) 50pm 8 59 pm 11 16 am imam 10 31 p m of Goods. ley A Craig. City '10 p 3 38 a ml a 53 a in! 5 30 a m 10 o pin a m 11 45 am 3 30 Junction tho bail should havo been inadu nipm of Henry Uainey, beyond Climax, in licit opening in the State. C.i-- h bujers can gtt 300pm 9 , . "J .. ... . Somerset a 05 a ni I 00 pm p ill , , (.,..(( 8 30 a in A hush of business compels us to defer with it. Wo learn that Mr. Jackson county, a suit of clothes and a all the HirKains they want until entire itock 11 6 jo pm Uakdale n 9 35Pn II 35am'... 5 35 am 111am! 4 33 8 35 am 640pm Ar'v.. Chattanooea. I.'ve oiopm, 7S5am', 4 06 a in 1000 pin our spring opening until Tuesday, May 7. Burnett will plead that Marshal Carpen tmlr nf Commas shoes. A reward of told I mean burners quick. J A FKKKIKI.L. bhclby lit), April, Ha a 00 a ni 7 3S a ml 910am! 700pm, Ive. IhattanooKa.. Ar v 01 pmi 9 49 p m Ar'v. ..Attain 4 47 a "i Courts A Cox. ter is not a statutorily elected olllcer and is ollorod for his apprehension nnd 1 4s p in,!! 45 pm 1,'vt . Ilirminghain 3 00 p m 3 00 p m . '1 uvc.iloo.j ... I 03 ml has no right to mako nrrests. This ques- delivery ut thu MeKeo jail. Forrill is a oo8ont via ml Mns. Katk Di'PPKHAirs opening ol L've 10 nop ml in iitam An .Meridian II a tion has been frequently raised and Tonnecseean and married in this county I.'ve 4 Ijami 3 35pml... 630 a ni 11 00 a m Ar v..Neu Orlean' spring millinery will occur on this 3d and ought to bu settled at onco. ' lerulian., rAr'v . . 510.1m Ive. ... . 940 pm LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. If Carpen- five years since, afterwards deserting his g io in Ive Jackson., Ar'v 6 top in m.. 4th of May. A cordial invitation is here... It 35 a in l.'vc. Vickilmrtf, ter has no legal right to perform thu du- wife. 4 00 pmi.. Monroe ,.., 4 35 P"1 L've. by extended to "U thu ladies. ;iooj a m', ,..... ties of his ollko as somu lawyers claim, . A rv ,.Shreeport 8 30 p (Icnsnl . James Fnuer got up in tho dark a THE LARGEST AND FINEST Ti hHPAY was set hy a lot of young la- ho is liable to put his life in jeopardy, few nights ago and feeling around for l'r.iln No 7, rullinim lloudoir Huffet Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to Jacksonville, Flu., via K. T.,V 8. O rrte Parlor Cars Cincinnati to I cxington, HOTEL IN THE CITY. picked up n cm partly dies and gentlemen to take a llsh in besides lay his securities liablo for tho wator-bucko- t, New Origins to Cincinnati, 1 rain No a, Mann Boudoir Huflet Sleeping Cirs Shreveport to Chattanooga nnd JacksonUllc, Fin., loCiniinuati, via K. T., V. & G ,Nw Orlejps to Hanging Fork, hut thu rnln prevented heavy damages. Other, as well if not filled with concentrated lyo which ho St Louis via M A O. and not to he outdoito thu ladica took better posted, lawyers say that this plen thought eonUined water. In attempt- RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD1 r.iln No fi. Mann lloudoir llutfet Sleeping Cars New Orleans to Clncinniti and Free Tartar ' I.esington to Cincinnati. had prepared to Mr. .S. Is worthless and that thu Stanford mar- ing to drink from it tho fluid was scatthe lunches thoy Puffet lmnNo.8, Pullman lloudoir andand ... Sleeping Car Chattanooga to Cinciiiawand Steepersja ING TO ROOMS. . Hnughman's, where with Misses Nan- shal is a legal olllcer in eveiy sense, tho tered over his face, which is now swollen Cincinnati, via sonville to II. FRANK WOOI.l.K.v. Irav Pass. Agt., I exington,' Ny. D O. EDWARDS, Gen'l and 'I kt. a.i. nie and Kittie, about 15 couples enjoyed legislature having specially provided for to such an extent that his eyes can JOHN C.GAULT, General Manager, Cincinnati, Ohio, his olectlon. TURKISH A RUSSIAN HATIIS IN HOTEL. scarcely be seen. themselves till past midnight. ly Interior Journal ' ' j ' The Long and the Short of It. i i J, 1,c.wal,ton, nua I ..... er .,., moans, thoso Machines before solection for the coming harvest. I. WEAKEN, Al. The Great Remedies 1 - 1)ujn - Williamsburg;, Ky. - u. ,r- f' NEW GOODS ! Und vt-ten-lav, Dress Shirts, e Ho-tO- II. FARM FOR SALE! Neck Ties S2-V- ICE! ICE! ICE! Conts Pound, Bruce & EYIcRoberts. Mo Co MUPiLffiiYo Sale of Turnpike Stock luurl-houte four-furlo- M ERCH ANT TAI LOR SUMMER GOODS. Duii-till- SPRING AND Il-- d 1 $1,-00- 0. SSiE &JMENEFEE, DOORS ASr Shinjjles, Etc., Brackets and Br.X3NTBS ni EOUCtH AND DFvESSED LUMBER. CONTRACTORS! sSASH, mmmmM three-year-ol- PATENT WmE A2TD SLAT FE2TCE. .' 11 WOOD . WALLA6E, Cincinnati and New Men's Outfitter leans. Louisville, Kentucky. WALLACE E. VARNON, ----- m k"i RESIDENCE At Shelby tuy, For Sale. 111 i3!i" to 111 ' J 1 $-(- THE GALT HOUSE, 1 , 11 11 11 , . 111 North-Houn- ... !,",'!...,,. ls Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., Stanford, May 3, 1889 W. P. WALTON, WITH SUPPLEMENT. I Tub centennial celebration at Now York of the inauguration of Georgo Washington there on Apiil :50th, 178!), I was the most imiKxing over seen in this IWI W .1 1... l lw,vvw,w i.ilinltlttltiru Xiran-unuii- i i ti we Hell, will malce The streets were decorated with in lands of flowers and bunting and tho on- tirocitv was in holiday attire. Hon. Chauncey M. Depowas the orator of the occasion and did 'the spren eagle business, while Harrison was let oil with M T T mAfc 4 A. A, tmf k Jim A A. address, which was both a The procession pointed and sensible. numbered 00,000 and the jam was terriMotto: At Success is fic, more than a million of visitors bfing was represented in the city. Kentucky , bv Gov. Buckner, Gen. John I? John-soGen. S. E. Hill, Col. E. Polk and 450 State Guards, whose appearance was most creditable to the State. It took Washington six days in his carriage LOW PRICKS in to wneh ElizabeMi. X. J., from his Mt. Harrison cool oil. Vernon home, 100 years ago. Lowell. About tho only indication that we nnd his party in the finest train of palace care ever run made the trip in exactabusing C)r- - have had of spring is the abundant sup Thi; newspapers that me ly six hours, and then in order to follow ton s Wild W ent show just because it ply of spring chickens furnished by our as near as possible the course of the fath- failed to advertise with them show a ' good hostess, Mrs. Holmes, at Millers er of his country, the party took steam very petty spirit ami exhibit a spite that Hotel. How the drummers do smile Hoots, Dry We . . . ships for New York, with hundreds of .lunlavim?. If n '"and them boarders too.' : . , . , , -- The Centennial was not celebrated vessels acting as escort. A centennial .. , ...k.,.,..-,,,- , It will pay you to examine our stock before buying elsowbero. wo,",,j here except by some of our young ladies ball was given at which the chief fea- wm, we .. .....j.,, ...,,11s ontlav. Of and gentlemen, who enjoyed a rainy day , , ture was an ovation to Mrs. UicveiatKi, who received niore attention than Mrs. oourso u.e fid ,KiU(.r towar,.s pntrou pienic. Possibly some of our patriots Harrison, notwithstanding that lady ,s than any one olst, lmt u man must be think it wroui: for George Washington to now the first of the laud. His fraudu-- : ,is ow njUl1 nlMut vvlt.tu.r it paVH to have gotten an otlice so easily a century lency, R. 13. Hayes was pre.,,M.t at ;mlvert:soor not mul ifJu. (llei(ll,s ln t!u,jngo, when they have been diligently M. SALINGER, St.. seeking one for a quarter of a century, celebration, but he would have been bet-- 1 mi;atjV(l) we .; ,;. 0 rmv wh h!m ter occupied had he remained iii Ohio Wn. and failed in every attempt, jot tHw 8,um, ni.WS)Mini ,. WIW' and attended to his pou try. limne nml run flown thu wares of tliu ' -- Knowing of our forgiving nature, has said except in one point. Wo have bv enough to bring back tho blush of shame Qmo ,nerclmnt8 who ,lo not advertise? '"' s"nlifer, wlio so gmeefully quill- - never been convinced that it is valuable . , . . every patriotic man to recall ny nn ,. to ed this column immediately after our ile- - for farming purposes, or suitable for, of us, as soon as our buck profitable fruit growing. presence that this impostor had filled the partttre, Wo must ad-place, or rather held it, that Washington The Louisville Times has loundod out was turned, in a very broad and intense- mit though that nearly all appearances dignified. Should the country progress tho first five vo.irs of a successful and ly personal manner. As Joe never boils are against the opinion wo hold. A at the same rate for the next 100 yeirs honorable existence. Emmett Iogan over save with gratitude and afiection, greater part of the soil is as rich in apns it has in tho last, there is no limit to: lias good reason to be proud of his bant- - the oirbiiHo is forgiven forgiven mainly pearance as any wo over saw on the our possibilities, and when the second Hng, but he is going to leave it in other because of the friendship we can never w prairies. Still, In the face of centennial is celebrated may it he under hands for a year and try Iih hand at forget. fact and others like it, our opinion this as favorable and as auspicious circuin-- ' farming in Warren county. Seventeen! Hon. M. . I. Durham nnd wife were remains the came. Within the past ton one just closed. vears of unremitting toil in the same here Wcdncnthiv visiting relatives and vears, Ilro. llarnes andoursolf have dif-stances as the '1 he judge looks as if he were f , ....,-.- . imi,y thI1w. The lapo of ..,!. l,no MW l'anse" """ to long for a f v.,,,1. "'" "eeded rest. o he l,le to win anything; but Ins honesty n , t,m, liw ,)mvi, invariably, that '"J'1 the Govemo, of South Carolina met at .w,n " "'1 ' At U""' l.i.n. ll.oi.ms J. Ioore, can-- ; ,u. WM ri!lt. Wo llllK. lhu ,,r,M;t.,.Ho ?r' Joh o New York Centennial celebration, Farmer I'olk Johnson, of on for clerk of the Court of Appeals, w, oxcopiion. ,t if the traditional suggestion ,...,., fort, will give them lessons in the art of Uas here yesterday. Capt . J. Kin-- , ,lU :,.ot .....,, the citizens lown there .:....,..!. : ...i..i i fa.., tickling the soil to make it produee the naird, one oi our iiriL'incM ami ino.--t eu generally agioe with him; and that about governors got no further mention than best quality of mint. terprising young men, has located in J(J mlve ,,,, tJu.ro to live, and the bare abortion that they were there. ivansas iuy, ...in eiif.ge in mi.-- ihm.i- - l(l(, popiatiou is gradually increasing, .Only the chief magistrates of Virginia, A G. A.1J. manisraisingabigrowinthe business. Col. Charles Gallagher,) (j( alltlie places we niw in the South, Kentucky and Georgia seem to have Covington Commonwealth becaoie, as ho mice the oldest merchant tailor in our city, v..,1.i : iM.Kt and mo.st delightful They alleges. Judge Vincent Bireingis"using. been accorded special notice. 11 and one of the best in the Mate, lifts re for a winter resort; and if capilahsshould chieltaiiH, or mtwr attempting to me, the G .A. K. were all gallant tired from business and will spend the build a large hotel thero- -a thing not at whose reco id in war is only surpassed asn ,eansofad vnucing his political as- would enhance summer in the mountains. J. T. Easou, all improbable-prope- rty by their devotion to country ami noinc ,,imtion." In other words, that he I" Dealer In a worthy young man, has reccivednn ap- in value, the island would attract tho times of peace. in trying to ride into the pension agency on pointments ns postal clerk 'on the C. S. attention of all the Northern and Eaot-e! The Danville Advocate nominates the shoulders of the old soldiers. The railwav. States and become the leading resort official" is evidently a sorehead Wo have never claimed anything Judge M. J. Durham for permanent in Florida. ought to go off ami soak it. STANFORD, KY. like mental equipoise, but we are Mircly nhlrm.m of the State convention, which There has been some talk about Bro. fool enough to attempt a letter on week. W e second the nominot meets next Cir.utLES J. lIi'M., a Barnes homesteading. Out in the dusk nation mostheartily. The democrats of of Chicago, left all his vast estate to his Florida, when your columns hnve recent-l- there is the usual powwow concerning I.arjjcHt, Kent contained so much concerning that his native State ought to show the rails pretty housekeeper, with whom ho was step taken as well ns his motives for foremost descrip- the every manner possi-- , in at Washington by love, forgetting that eleven hungry State, written by the taking it. His friends seem to lo satisble in how great esteem they hold tho kinsmen would ne'er consent to such tive writer of tho day. A few days after fied. Those who aro not his friends honest and incorruptible officer, whom treatment. They have accordingly con- we arrived at Bartow, Bro. Barnes wrote have no right to open their chops. If F.ver exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is the republican administration could not tested the will and will demonstrate that you that he was intoxicated, and that I tho whole thing were a failure financialfull and complete. We call special attention to our wits aUo. Now, Bro. Barnes wrote truly awe or browbeat. the few irollars he has while man proposes the court dispo.-ely; if as to his own condition, but was mistakaway and lost forJamrsB. MAims.of Barren, candidate ;nml tlu' lawyers walk oil with the en as to mine. But you know I sup- expended were swept be- - boodle. ever, I would count this island ventuio . for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, The best Casket of the kind ever invented. pose you do; nearly all editors do that most profitable performances sides tolng admirably equipped for tho u'iie.v Washington was inaugurated when a man is intoxicated he imagines, one of the As to his motives at uu Embalming under the most approved method when desired. office, has the happy faculty of reinem-there were only 10 States, every one is flying along with him. The of his life. they are the jewels thnt sparkle times bering faces nnd names, ami nearly n0u- there are :'8 and four to be admit-way- s climate was lovely beyond our concepJ. C. McClary, Salesmen and Embalmer. his golden life. scores n point by recalling some tc,j as 800n lls tlt, constitutional require- were delighted; but believ- in tion and we tell of tho delights .. t i n......tf..1 .w.'u....w.. lncuieoicuuiiei:".-- mttll " l.1t lllf ti.1l1llt(ntt nients are conitmeu I with, in less we ing in temperance in all things, we kept We would love to if wo could. Bro. to a gentleman. Ho is a very polished capture Canada nnd Mexico, or cut up sober and took the best care of the good and beauties of Sanibel Barnes attempted it and failed. With 'man and would fill the office mostaccept the larger into many smaller States, the evangelist when he indulged to excess. ' descriptive powers, his pen ably. next 100 years will seo no groat increase We think, therefore, that wo looked at his great has drawn only a little from the granT everything calmly and soberly. The latest "liij; ''" is Bradley, God- of stars on our spangled banner. 5c deur of tho island and its hurroundings. iDiecro-a-isI have but little to siy about Southern frey Hunter and Burchett nnd they have great joy dur-inTin: following is important if true, but To attempt to tell of our .. : demanded thnt Dan Collier shall be Stir- - iimii it iiii'iiih ... .i... i iiio'in ii:ii.:i o iioin ii rm Florida. Her great need is chimneys-op- en :....! Mi! our stay with the "Tioupo," would fireplaces and chimneys. Tho winDRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, veyorofthePortof Louisville. In tlio ciai.eajtet,Cf we (lo not vouch for ,t! be to attempt tho impossible. It is still who fits ..Gcm.m, clinton ter has been an extraordinarily wet and our pleasure to think of the good time Col. J. K. meanwhile Fibk lat0 eanaidate FANCY ARTICLES, &0 tho place like paper on tho wall, is at for President on tho Prohibition ticket, cold ono in tlio South. Even under this wo spent lit "Palm Hunch" and with of atl'airf there were only big ,ing n,Icbe(, th(, poncInB,on Washington, determined to show the tliat political unusual state many a longing for that life again. We I'hyticiann prencriptiom accurately compounded. about half a dozen times when fire was often think of the many things that trio that he is soiunvh-.- of a man him- - prohibition J8 bt,linbling block to wo needed it as much and it's dollars to cents hell get nform Bld , . (( h ,n & b. needed, but then made us so happy there. And often do there. as wo ever din in iveniucKy. x neir uesi liuan we recall the bustle in the early morning THE LARCEST nrovision for fire is a small stove with STOCK OF WATCHES, Baid that tho rulings o tho pen-all arose to plan and work It is The News says that 4'i barrels of fresh pipe run through tho window. After when we !.. nAmmiaciinndr 'Ciintn.r linvr. flntlll. fish are consumed by the Parisians a CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. and fish; tho day filled with a variety of t'l0 "spell" comes nnd gets a pretty good led the applications for pensions and that week, besides pleasant occurrences; then tho gathering Ever brought to thu market, l'rirc lower than what is caught out of Ston on you, they throw two or three preach-er'- s the lowed. Watchei, Clocki anil Jewelry lie. the flood of fraudulent claims is serious- er nnd other streams. If Craddock gets hold on the small porch of the great small sticks of pine into the stove nnd paired on ihort'notlcu and warranted. island home to watch tho interferring with those that are valid. humble ly his slinre of the brain food, which we up. You then put on yourovercoat, The country will wish before many days fear he does not, he may bo able to fur- fire very close to tho stove, let your im- sun disappear and tho day fade out. get that Tanner's head had gone with his legs nish quite a decent little poem for tlio agination and your toes work and get Wo have never seen such sublimity at rr during thn war. sunset as was witnessed almost daily kH IT TvT II 4 delectation of tho Press Association. f I fwr ii f i i r w i warm if you can. were all so single in our deI VI I I of heating the there. Wo Another way they have Acteii tho examination of 120 persons, sire to watch its slow descent, that we Uncle Ben IIaiirio.n complains that not a single juror was obtained in the our wood cut of him was diabolical. We southern end of the State, is by means havo often wondered whether good lUl A X trial of Latimer for the murder of his will leave it to anybody who knows him of a coal oil stove, so called. I would spirits sometimes gathered together with two lamp, with mother, at Jackson, Michigan. A brute if tho "pictur" is not true to life. The call it a large us to watch tho sun ns it seemed to kiss guilty of Biich nn offense doesn't deserve Frankfort Capital sayp it is a very good burners and wicks. When a "norther" the great waters and go slowly down in tlio office a trial and it is strange that time is being likeness and our Undo Benjamin doesn't arrives, a negro boy comes into a blaze of glory far west of Sanibel. when rope is so plenand fills the stove and the cracks in thu wasted upon him, The bitter to all this sweet came on want to dispute with our bold soldier floor immediately around it, with coal tiful. the day of separation. When we parted president. oil. After lighting tho wicks, he turns from the "Troupe" wo had an aching Gen. GitEKLY announces that hereafto make an im- throat and no voice. But we were comUnless Billy O'Bradley lias a pass, ho ono up very high, so as ter he will, when practicable, make n by having mense smoke, and tho other very low, so pensated, in a large measure, two as exgeneral prediction showing the condition will spend all the money ho makes from smoke nor heat, nnd for our traveling companions, ono will it will make neither cellent and happy friends as of tho weather two or three days in ad- his "large and lucrative law practice," doparts. You entwine yourself about meet in a life's journey Will borguson. Considering tho recent failures which he could not give up to go to vance. would about your boot tho quiet, true, unselfish gentleman and in railroad fare to Washington. Ho that stove as you to predict correctly for 21 hours, there is lien his lovely and gentle sister May. if you wanted to peg tho bottom of at Now Orleaim it a rashness about this decision that is ab- is keeping the railroad track to that city overcoat, wrap mufller well wo bid them good byo brother and sister. your hot, having gouo there again this week. was like parting with solutely bewildering. about your neck, thrust your hands deep May they abide hero long and always in The civil service law now applies to down into your pockets, keep your two peace. . Col. Wm. P. Walton was grand marone going up and Mv entire trip was a delightful one. shal of tho G. A. H. parade lit the New tho railway mail servico and hereafter eyes on tho two blazes, forget the many pleasures atappointments must bo made for merit tho other going down, anu there you aro can never Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture York Centennial, but it was not the tending it the congeniality, the sympaMulberry Sellers. who hastens to make and not for political purposes. There May this sea- and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods of this paper, thy, tho kindness of all. 5,'iOO positions of this character, of Now, as to Sanibel. Bro. Barnes has son of rest and refreshing, with all its can be bought in the cities. Give mo a trial and you will be conthis statement. for fear homebody will aro concerning it. Wo thor- good and happy hours, Boon return unthink he has been traveling under false. which 2,500 have been filled by republi- written much vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. , cans in the last two months. oughly agree with him in everything he changed to me. pretenses. sr """ five-minu- Castle-nian- n A paiit of tin- centennial programme York, was an hour's "woisliip" in St. Paul's Metropolitan Opern House, New horse-bIiochurch, where Wnshlnjjtoi sought diLo tnbles.wero nrmtijied in double seating enpaelty for vine guidance on tho morning he was infashion with ilnnison occupied the same 8(H). Nearly 8,000 wine jiluwes glittered augurated, of tPhles, now that his Illustrious predecessor did nt intervals iiloni: the array and 'JOO waiters as we drilled ns so n hundred yoais before. The country branch ninny soldiers, stood ready to respond to hns made rapid strides in every Each of commercial and meehanic.il progress, the slightest wink of tho diners. proof course, as to tho time of service, but the sight of the little man was backwas regulated by electricity, thus avoid- eoWlusivo that it has progressed ing tho custom prevalent at public din- wards in the character of men out of ners of serving a portion of the diners which it make presidents. with light wines while the balance drank Tiik Times says that "Gov. Huckner's champagne. Tho expense of the dinner white head and Col. Polk Johnson'slmld is said to lmvo boon SB.OOO, tho wino n.i head were tho observed of all observers ' ;, 'K ..... M is...... " ,..."""-- ' in New York Tuesday." They are mighty ..... u u, K ."" uov. fine heads and Kentucky is not at all ntlliroSS aild OUT OW'l IllllsinimB imnn ashnmed for them to be displayed anyCleveland responded to the toast "Ouri where. 1'eople" in a few characteristic and elohigh license law quent remarks. The other 11 toasts .Massaciii'sktts "The State," Gov. throws 3,500 barkeepers out of jobs and A.l.k. were as follows: Kitzhugh l'o; "Hie F.yloral Constitu- the proprietors suffer a loss of 55,000,-00tion," Chief .Iustiii Fuller; "The United in fixtures nnd income. It is very States of America," President Harrison; sad, but we shall nivo our tears for deep "The Senate." .lolm V. Daniel, of Vir er sorrow. ginla; "The Presidency," by the man LANCASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. who stole it, or rather received stolen property, alia, K. H. Haves; "The Juili- -- Howdy! ciarv," Senator Hvarts; "Our Annv audi The republicans of Paint Lick are Navy," Gen. Sherman; "Our Schools and very mad over the recent postotllce apCollej-es,President Elliott, of Harvard,! pointment at that place. They should ami "Our Literature," by .lames Itu.sell At tho Centennial banquet in tlio 11 - u 11 IS I Many people wonder why we are ho Oi SI BUSY ALL THE TIM If you t ..... , take a a minute of a dozen or more articles that prices, the of inspection and learn the difference v d 8. II MVCTT7T3V -- WTT -- T PTT 0 ." QHT .VWI once. Our Great due to our 11 o ick Sales and Small Profits Our Unequalled' a e s i" li I' ii j " all Departments arc THE TALK OF THE DAY! a p y t . ... i . Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Goods, Notions, arc selling Clothing, lower than any other House in Stanford. p c .i i ! ' THE LOUISVILLE STORE Stanford. ' 1 ' n i. i. i llain Mauagd a h j -- j . i torn fwr,. fru-nds- . d" ,,, ,, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Pape - a I a wasrn,l - .,.,',, M'ROBERTS & STAGG' 3o i ,i, conk-derat- e Ko WEAKKSPJ m ' "ex-hig- h Furniture and Undertakers' Goods "! v j The Cheapest and Assorted Stoek of Wall Paper, llorder, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades . j s, htdesthtjotible BTrai&i casket. 1 d ul-- 1 - ! 1 ' " . a A. Mo g FENNli! 9 jewblbr, i i i i i a 'gsfeb ' f-- t torn-sel- f, . 1 ' m M AOT H1C7FFM AN, tl V TrrTiiKfTrrTTTi is f-- STORE .EOT cast-iro- n Co-re- a, it-b- utton 1 ed-it- JZ tUMHtt,tmVrmi i n snMMatr&mef'm'- - iiw, " jwpnjgi jguagaajE y Tft ? "l J" p SEMI-WEEKL- Y "Mow many yards o' that truck will It take-- to maku tho 0I0 woman n drewi?" The itncUinldcTi of iho Stanford ami MIIIpiIrp-il- lr V2 yards, I Hhould say." 8tanpoiu, Ky., May 3 188'J Clork-"Al)- oul riinipikn KiailC'o, will imvl nl McCormack' Church ft(tt Saturday in Mxv, 1889, at a o'clock p. "At throe ur yard it coiiich tcr m for (hit lurpoio of rlfcling a and !W cento. I reckon 12'h lectio inoru'n Hoard of Dlrvciiirs fur llto viitulng yrar. II T lllrhll, I'rcnldcnt. Tho Monkoy Barber Laid Out. hIio'II need. Jest cut oirtdx yards. Times The monkey Imrhor Ih Init up from Ih mighty close an' wo hov ter bo or Ico-tl- o fooling niitaiiil InHlHlirhoku-dotki- nd Bavin'." l ti rittlit vtiro voti vonl minim cIioohI do "Any buttons or thread?" Hnnuj iiml hIho Hniiimllng ileofront, nlreut- "No, I reckon not. She kin scratch up ernuir o' them at homo. Crapn wnn't "l)rii coincH in a tnnn iiml to 1110 wivm oxlry thin year an' wo kaiut crford to "'Yon iimin mnrrit, alnt It?' fool no money orway." 'Ye,' I ay, a leotllo, voiico.' Kowp:rt Nowb & Mississippi Valloy Co. "Ih there anything else?" II 'Veil.' III) wiVH. 'Vl'll Ih Vlllir vifit tint n "I KiioHH yer may wrap up or quarter's QY DAYLIGHT lady half dir tllnie?' wuth iTflipiran' er ilollara wuth er Through the CflNCNS ol NEW RIVCR and across the "Wll, now, I peon j,izr.y imici, to chawin' terlmoker. 'Penra like er nlii ter AUEUHANIES and thl CLU HIDGE. pitting WHITE vaHto inticli dalknn mum nicker inlnmlrol SULPHUR SPRINCS and oticr ( ummcr lie.ort ol thi fool away money fer mipnr, hut the olo Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. dliiKM, ho I H:ty. M Kif It rilit nvny.' woman llilukHHhe kaiut live thouiitin 7IHZST CUMUEE CLIL'ATZ HI AUE&ICA. '"You vlfo In In uVrduy time a lady,' It, an' thor hahito' UHin' it'a ot hccIi n any he, 'but, not at nlilit, pecmuo ullVry holt on her that hIio itH erway with 11 Obierutlon Cart fmm Kanawha Falls t Charlottes , InTERIOkJqURNAL 1 1 ih .Monthly .Siioitimi. Fanner Turnpike Election. JhuUnMH 1 t0 "Wit hIk Ih "Dot monkey parpiT lic had to vent mid fool mil dot riioko. flu riht uvuy nvor to dor peer nnlnon uhiIm-cdor enoliiiieer from dcr corner aroiint und KiyHtohim, Your vifo Ih no liity mid I can linxif it.' "Dotolionilloimin ho vent on cIioomI llku 11 liilu tlrifur mid cliiimpcil on dcr ptrpur'n 11'k und eliticku.l him aroundt nndll dor purlirr van in four or life Mmitm at oiutu. lo ont for mo, mid ho noon I imV miarter'a wuth every mouth. Say, inch-b- bcr UL you'd bettor puttwo dollare' wuth of. ONLY SOLID TnAINS wl'.h PULLMAN CARS mnx that terhaokor, fur I ciiyn't tell of I'll be ' down hero oo:in fer er mouth and I want Louisville, Cincinnati, and Lexington, to plenty ter do mo." Time. y title (Dreaklatt to Supper) Irom April 1st to Decern ., mmU FOR SALE OR KENT. ariViJaUHaSiUUMbiUraiMH . M 1 1 oil SuImii C I airZSiaZ r Wm r if on rrHil mIr I'. W11I1, mi H Klrcci, furnivrly i.tvnnl liy Mr lor further nfunn,itl"n mil on V Minlord. MISS MA(.(ilK IIAIIUIS l.omtvillr. Connects In same depot In Wavhlngloo lor rcik(riiid ! I If you fool T)ii tiM.'khiililrrn nf itip Kliiilt l.ick Turniilp yoursmlf mil Home ptirim you poou Hiiro Kiud Co. will rmW at ttp I'ir.t National lljiikof StanliirU hiiu I wvt: "Ah, ha! doll you m. irnti'h Turnpike Election. fiit Saturday In May, B89, for rlcctiiiK a I'rt'.nlrnt and llitlnl nl lor tin' inmliiir tear II.IM'O.V FOWI.KK, 1'ri.idriit. 1 Din-cln- BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, Direct route to NEW YORK. tiro.'" Tho V'iMliiut;tiiii I'.hi, a republican pipsr, oomph iiumu tin rotitlim KIiti Controller iih fnllowM: Th retirement of Jiidjju Diirhaiu wiw hoiiiolhlnx to lie l. Ilo iw a mini of very positive opinion, fr.c in their cxpn-k-doand no Iiw tenitoiiiim (hail ho Ih couriiKeouH in hln conviction, llfinx a democrat, moreover. It an very evident that he mill tlioiiiluilulMnitlnii Iiml to mil ooinp.tiiy. The jud. had heen at liuiiH Kuverely riilii-ix.il- ; in fuel, 01 ft he H nliiiMiil men in the country, hut ecn allow Inn that he may havecommitted now and thou an error, hu wan at all limen Koverncil hy a ooiiNcluiiciuiirt heiiMt of of llci.il duly, and of hi Mcrlinj; integrity I here Ih no ipiiftion. . LYNCHDURC, DANVILLE, VIRGINIA And all points In and NORTH CAROLfiC. Turnpike Election. -EIN SEASON- .Ilii. ft .liA 'Il t .... ...! .nim.(ii In mi in IfliiLl..l.ld Inr tin XCURSIDN - TICKETS f Stanford .V llall. Kiud Co. j :Fa.t 01 n -- rirrtion for I'rmltlrnt ami lUnr.l of llirt-t.i- r til" nuilue )rar will lw lirld in til.' c.rruli clerk' ortu iiiSttnford lirtl Saturday 111 Mv. tS,, m( i. in. J. I l.VNN, KASTWAKI) VIk Daily Line Kx SitnlKa. ; Sun I.ve l.ninsion Turnpike Election. The atock holder. of thi SMnfnrd .V llnlnii.r II I1..I1I il.i'ir mitiual iii.iI.iik a I'rfvld.nt ami lloaril of at lljili-y- ' turr, 1 urni.ill.', firt S.fnr day In Mny, att o'cI'kL p. 111. J K. CASH, fur the ' " ' Vinclieler..,...,jit Ml Starling- - liirnpil.. Kim.ICo fiTli.inof " I'., K Jun:tion " AhlamL " Ctlrtl.biirc. Huntington.-.. I'rmton " Murehcad .... iii, Pn-Idr- nt. m Wife (at miiliiiK'lil'n dreary, elioorlcM liour-"Now, John, I want to know" IIiihImiiiI-"- )( oourmi you do; there in no hiirk'lnrlu thu lioum; the front door U liN'kvd and ho Ih tho hack door; everyThe tharcholdert of ihr llauuini: Fork ft (.recti t U'arc'lor-athing in ready to huild the lire in the Kltcr liirnpike KnadCo w III inert May, iBfci, t McKm icy the fifit Satur.lav in for tlw cure of rL.tii'i; a t anil Hoard of monilni:; there are 110 noinc in the Dirrttir. for th rn.uinr yai tliMHhulten are mourely J W. CIV UN'S, l'rri.Unl. l'rt-ldf- ni Charlnttivillr. Arr Wa.hinton " llalllinnre The nmntal millne ..ftlic XiKLhotdi-r- i of the ' I'luladelphU, T11 lirr.till. McKluiH-j- r .Vlllp' Mill I tirnpiko New York Ko.ul llll- - hrld at McKimiry, Krntiiiky. Itlihiunnd, V, the flr.i Saturday in May, it Jo i v n in f.,r a .mil ll.util i.l Oldl'ulntCotnforti for llio rn'il"K viar J A OIVKNS.l're.lilnit. Turnpike Election. ' Kat.aha Fall. (.'lifion Forc " Staunton. Charlcttnn on pm 35 pin 1 In 09 am 1 11 34 am a 1 to am 3 '3J am 4 J j am 6 3 48 am 6 am 6 ,,A 6 3I am in 8 J am 11 1 38 pm, 6 3 40 pin 9 , 34a pm III 9 40 pm! 5 11 C . linpm no am 1 55 nrn 05 pin 50 pm a pm an pin $5 pm 10 pin 13 pm 50 pin oj pm ,311 pm jo am 15 am Jo am 40 pm 6 on pm 00 pm 47 pm as pin 9 a; pm 6 18 am 8 30 am S'j4 am 9 311am j 8 ..... ........ . ... ......., . ............ in j 1 9 00 pm in ami -- J 3 1$ .... ........ 0 Jj pin pm Turnpike Election. Ir.-i.l.-- ate run on Central Standard time. 'I rain, rati nf lluiitintton aro on Fa.tern tlm. 111 Ka.t Ftpreu Iratine l.eiPton at, 11 00 pm dally fiiict Pullman llutfrt Slieiing car to Waihlnzton wit limit chanjrr Mail leaving Lom'ton dallypxcept Sun Fail wo won't hu iiiunlercd morniii. ' day ha. I'lillinaii Slrcpcr. Huntington to Char. "Indeed! I'm clad to hear it, hut I nur Icttc.vlllc. Mt. Accnmmndation lor ly wiuited to know if you won't put a ThrHKlhiJi1iTof iho llu.lotivill.. .V ConVy'ii mil Olie Hill lento Wlnclieater, daily Sterling LeMrgton rueept Dr. III. j Koad Co ullli.oi Mill'l'iirupikv at Sunday pillow over your fare, after tltix when oIlMln in llii.tontillr fir.t SuuriUyin May, i8y, A.k for ticket via N. N X M. V. Co.'a lines. for th purMi. of a For tnlarmatlnn in retiring?" Lin- al t o'clock p to rate etc.,apiilvto yut out onion I'irldfiit 111.I ll.urd of Hum tor for the fiitittiir I. I. MUKI'IIV.Cen'l. I'aw Act coln Joiirunl. J ( I.VUN. Or.. .Irnt J I) V.XKKINCION J.IV V . l.oliirtoii. Ky e tjf went of llnnliu;lon rraui. juipm; Fa.tMalli5D am. Keturninz I'a.t Iinrr arrivea I,rmi!ton pmand Accommodation 4 Turnpike Election. 111 ii- e )r njiimrn Iioiihu, netir town. - -- .viluitlerwooa oWlwll!le THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., MAY 3, 1889. Curiosities of the English Schools. Tlio following were recently among the writtun answers in examinations on tliu Scriptures by her Majesty's Inspect ni of Schools: "Who was Moses?" "HownsniiKgyp tinn. Ho lived in a hark made of bull-rushand ho kept a golden rarf and worshlpt braizon snaikes, and ho bet nothiu' but qwnliluH and manner for 10 years. Ho was kort by the 'air of his Vd while ridin' under n bow of a tree and lie was killed by bis hon Abslon a he was hanging from the bow. His end was peace," "What do you know of tlio patriarch Abraham?" "Ho was tho fathor of Lot and had tew wives. One was called Hismaloand tother Haygtir. He kept wuu at homo and he hurried tlio tother into tho desert, where sho became a pillow of salt in tlio daytime ami n pillow of llro at nilo." "Vrit an nccount of tho good Samaritan." "A certain man went down from Jcrslen to Jeriker and ho fell among es FRJCES ALWAYS REASON ABM; - - t This is tlic season for tanned Goods, and you can find no where else a belter selected stock than at T. R. WALTON'S. Seed Sweet Potatoes, Of Best Varieties. i thawns and the thawns sprang up and choked him. Whereupon he gave to tin boast and said tak earn on liim and put him on his hone has. And jb o used by on the bother side. Ixni ran Times. A top-plu- s H.w.r Mii.k TiiACk. oil' two 51 straight sides f00 feet each (parallel) and IVJ feet f! inches apart, connected tit each ' end with a perfect semieiicle (radius' '.'Jit feet It inches;) pl.ice your fence exactly on a line so formed (which U tiie imido of your track,) and your track ' will measure half a mile three feet from the fence; the outside fence to be placed according to the width of tho track If not convenient to obtain an engineer to run the curves it can be done as follows: Place a centre stake midway between the parallel straight sides at each end, take a wire with a loop on the end loose enough to turn on the stake, measure upon this wire feet :t iiirlu h (the radius of the curves,) which from the centie stake will exactly reach the end of the straight lines, then describe your semicircle, beginning nt the end of one straight side and putting down a stake every 12 feet, if that is tho, length of the fence panels desired. --- GARDEN SEEDS Beautiful Flower Pots. Sea Shells for Graves, Walks, &c. '(! ..WHS in warn, .wee; pickles, shied fruits, wm cools, i& J .--. o Fresh Brown Leghorn Eggs for Sotting. Prof. Wiggins anil all of the other prophets may fail in dry weather, but Hauler's chicken cholera cure never fails. If it does, your money will be relit funded by McHobeits it Stagg. T. H. J. P. Burton, 'Cleric. J j WAX-TOIT- , ' ' Main and Somerset Streets. -- Hltlle Hurc-jaic-- or Turnpike Slock ccfrvn: .kv V Semi-Week- ly Interior JopfiL Ky., Stanford, Iay $, 1889 W. P. WALTON. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The centennial celebration at Xew York of the inauguration of George 1 s I trim in to a pi the proprietors sutler a loss of Tl in llxtures and income. It is very . . Motto: section At Success is States ol America, ' rreMtieni iiarriiou; sad, but wo shall nave our tears for deep nf I'lirnr IkMllll--.! l..i.i .i ,,, .u. ...... .. Senate .John V. Daniel, of Vir er borrow. 7, week i ...v.. "The me cuy. lveiuuenj .; in 1.1 t) i..t... , ' I... (I... m.iii wlthot " II II ('liillll. 1. 'n llll llilrtlllnn villi "" UV VTtlV. JHIUMICI) " " LANDASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. ing los m'iin. G..H.S. K. Hill. Col. K. Polk John-- who stole it, or rather ivtvived stolen proportv, alia- -, U. II. Hayes; "the .nun- rious i son and 450 State Guards, whose appear ciarv." Senator lvvnrts: "Our Annv audi -- Howdy! Dunn Lick are The republicans of Paint nrw w.is most creditable to the State. It Schools and Kiiha very mad over the recent postotlico apdays in his carriage Navy," Gen. Sherman; ''Our took Washington six LOW PRICKS in Colleges," President Klliott. of Harvard, W pointment at that place. They should to witch Elizabeth. N. J., from his .Mt.j W. T. and "Our Literature," by .lames Itusell cool otl". Vernon home, 100 years ago. Harii.Mm Lowell. ' his sis' About tlm onlv indication that we and hit party in the linest train of pal-nora, t made the trip in exact- have had of spring is tho abundant sup acecars ever run Ton newspapers that aie abusing Or- '.mtli, ly six hours, and then in order to follow ton's Wild West show just because it ply oUpring chickens furnished by our Kinsiii ' good Hostess, .Mrs. noimes, ui .umern as near as paible the course of the fath- - failed to advertise with them show loealil party took steam- - very petty spirit ami exhihjt a spite that Hotel, How the drummers tlo smile J er of his country, tho Hats, Hoots, Dry Goods, We tt mcrvai ships for Now York, with hundreds of, they ought to be above displaying. If a ","11' ''lent Mounters loo. M A centennial vessels acting as The Centennial was not celebrated man does not think he gets his money's Kllisbi chief fea-- worth bv advertising with us we would It will pay you to examine our stock before buying elsewhere. ball was given at which the "- - w,l,u m "r J,,n" w"n " " in g.in ture was an ovation to Mrs. Cleveland, not have him make the outlay Of and geiitlenien, who enjoyed a rainy day who Iu who received more attention than Mrs. course we feel better towards a patron picnic. Possibly some of our patriots ver, is Harrison, notwithstanding that lady is' than anv one else, but a man must l,t. think it wrong lor ueorgo asmngion iu arils of tho laud. His fraudu-lencso easuj u muu- now tho first his ow n judge about w hetlier it pavs to Hvc gotten an omce throng R. B. Hayes, was present at the ',l,...r!,nr..nt .1I..1 if I... .li.,.iil.. !t, tin. ngO, WllOll tlll'V liaVO 1)0011 lllllgflltly .11. SAILING 1211, rtlauaKcij Mins i St., but:.'. seeking one for a quarter of a century, Main ..... ...ill .i.,i ., wi... celebration, but ho would have been V Mill il'f IMU (Mill i.i... J- hut ha " remained in Ohio llrUMll do not these same newspapers,lllllll "W'1 rrTrter occupied had lie l'vor' ""''"'l- rail Whv and ci ,. point. We hae -- Knowing of our forgiving nature, ,,., niu t.xivpt i and attended to his poultry. It was bv niuno and run down tho wares of tho enough to bring back the blush of stymie home merchants who do not advertise? w v- - nAUvr, who so gracefully quill- - mvir ,)WI1 convinced that it is valuable PllK to every patriotic man to recall by his Thev have the same right. or suitable for .ed this column immediately after our de-- 1 for f,rllllnK prpo-e- s, (liana i .,.,. .1. .. f r..t, .,r0wni:. Wo uiut adIparture, siioke of us, as soon as our back presence that this impostor had filled the white .. tll0U..i, tlmt nwrlv all appeanuun-Tin: Louisville Times ha- - lounded out was turned, in a very broad ami inten-e- place, or rather held it, that Washington the tin hold. dignified. Should the country progress 1110 nrsi live years oi a snecessiiii unn ly personal nianner. As Joe never boils juro iplinj,t t),0 npiniim This w . , ,r, ( ,jK. hn Jrt as rich in apat the same rate for the next 100 ye irs honorable existence. Hminett lxgan oversaw with gratitude and aucctioti, bi.t; t.u .,.. W) ,.Ver saw on the as ithas in tho last, there is no limit to has good reason to be -proud of his bant-- 1 the otronse is forgiven forgiven mainly ,IM . ' . operati , and when the second ling, but he is going to leave it in other our possibilities-because of the friendship we can never w.w,.irl. riliri,m. Still, iu tho face of serting centennial is celebrated may it bo limlur h,ui(iA for i year and try his bund at forget. ihi fact ami others like it, our opinion der it as favorable and as auspicious circum- - farinin Warren county. .Seventeen' Hon. M. .1. Durham and wife were remuiiiH the same. Within the past ten timing years of unremitting toil iu the same here Wednesday visiting relatives and1, stances as the one just closed. t,r iiriies and ourstlf have dif- times, r.1 lino lias caused him to long for a friends. The judge looks as if ho were fm.,j MiK1ul ,,mny things. The lapse of cret ab . , . .. . of Nortli Carolina and ' The Governor i. Cllituge nun :i uimm iieeni-i- i iiu able to win anything; but bis honesty n )jltll. tjim. jVeii, invariably, that the pr.i the. Governor of South Carolina met at will join Dr. John D. Woods iu Septum- .At mnv defeat him. Thomas J. Pooie, can- - , rieht We bono the present ca-- o Sc itlati the New York Centennial celebration, her ami Farmer I'olk.Tnhn-on.n- f Frank- -' didatc for clerk of the Court of Appeals, will not be an excepWon. other nuis on never i but if tho tiaditional suggestion was fort, will give them lt.-oi-n in the art of was here yesterday. Capt. , W. J. his side nre, that the citizens down there recorded. In fact the.-- o made it is not -- A the soil to make it produce the miird, one of our brightest and nio.--t en- - generally agree with him; and thntiihout governor got no further mention man best qualify of mint. the ow young 111011, Ims located and terprismg 40 people have gone there to live, thin. i... l..... nu..i.tlnii thiit Itif.v to "No engaged in the insurthe population is gradually increasing. magistrates of Virginia,! a G. A.R.manisraisingabigrowinthe Kansas City, and Only tho chief ery N Col. Charles Gallagher, ance we saw iu the South. Of all the places Kentucky ami Georgia seem to have Covington Commonwealth becansc, us he tliitlit" They nuLWSi Jung,. Vincent II ireing is "using, the oldest merchant tailor in our city, Sanibel is the best and most delightful been accorded special notice. of the best in the State, has re- for ii winter resort; and if capitalisshotild and one were all gallant confederate cliieftaiii', or ratI,or nttiniptin.r to tht fl. A. R. tired from business and will spend the build a largo hotel then a thing not at whose record in war is only surpassed ng n means f advancing liis political as v ...... II in ...!.. r woms, .1 . no - winiiiiiiir ill tin. inootitiiilis. J. 1. ' all improbable property would enhance I.hy their devotion to country and notue p.nuion. m. Dealer In umi ,II18 rJvedanap m u Wr in value, the island would attract the in times of peace. irviiiu iu nut' iiiiu liiu i"iiioii .iciii; uii pointineiits as postal clerk on the C. S. and Eastattention of all the Northern ! The Danville Advocate nominates the shoulders of the old soldiers. The railwav. States and become the leading rt ofliclal" is evidently a sorehead We have never claimed anything ern for permanent Judge M.J. Durham in Florida. ought to go 01T and soak it. like mental equipoise, but we aro surely chairman of the State convention, which There has been some talk about Hro. not fool enough to attempt a letter on meets next week. We second the nomiChviiles J. Hull, a Barnes hoinesteading. Out in the dusk nation mostMieaitily. The democrats of of Chicago, left all his vast estate to his Florida, when your columns have recent-I- there is the usual powwow concerning InrjfCHl, unci Ansorted contained so much concerning that his native State ought to show the rads nrettv housekeeper, with whom he was the step taken as well as his motives for Horcler, pr at Washington by every manner possi- in love, forgetting that eleven hungry State, written by the foremost descrip- taking it. His friends seem to Uj satisble in how great esteem they hold tho kinsmen would ne'er consent to such tive w riter of the day. A few days after fied. Those who are not his friends honest and incorruptible officer, whom treatment. They have accordingly con- we arrived at llartow, Hro. Barnes wrote have no right to open their chops. If Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers Stock is the republican administration could not tested the will and will demonstrate that you that he was intoxicated, and that I the whole thing were a failure financialfull and complete. We call special attention to our Now, Hro. Harncs wrote truly wasal-awe or browbeat. the few drillars he has while man proposes tho court dispo-e- s, condition, but was mistak- ly; if ,...,iwiJ,ifi!nnd the lawyers walk off with the as to his own a,.-,expended were swept away and lost forij T IIA.HJV3 U. ir...,.v I'lAllil.vif W....1..., v.. .... boodle. en as to mine. Hut you know I supever, I would count this island venture for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, be The best Casket of tho kind ever invented. pose you do; nearly all editors do that one of the most profitable performances sides being admirably equipped for the 'nBS- Washington was inaugurated when a man is intoxicated he imagines, motives at all Embalming under the most approved method whon desired. As to his office, has tho happy faculty of remein-- tiu.r(. w,.re 0I,jv in fHi.f!udged States, every one is flying along with him. The of his life. times they are the jewels that sparkle admit-way- s and names, and nearly bering faces ow there are :5S and four to be J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Erabalmer. climate was lovely beyond our concepscores a point by recalling some te,j n, SOOI, ils tlt, constitutional re(iiire-incide- tion ami we were delighted; but believ- in his golden life. delights We would love to tell of the connected with his introduction ,ent.s are complied with. Unless we ing in temperance in all things, we kept and beauties of Sanibel if wo could. Hro. He is a very polished capture Canada and Mexico, or cut up to a gentleman. sober and took the best care of the good With it and failed man and would fill the oiliee most accept t10 nr,r0r into nianv smaller States, tho evangelist when he Indulged to excess, Barnes attempted great descriptive powers, Ids pen ably. ,K'xt 10 yesirs will see no gro.it increase y0 think, therefore, that we looked at his has drawn only a little from the gran(tod- - of stars on our spangled banner. everything calmly and soberly ZDIR,TT(3-C3-IS- T &c The latest "Hig ','" is Bradley, deur of the island and its surroundings. I have but little to say about Southern frey Hunter and Ihirchett and they have Tj(E follow.ng ia important if true, but attempt to tell of our great joy durTo demanded that Dan Collier shall be Sur- - M h n)pennj jn tm, clIl.lllU, CoInmtr. Florida. Her great need is chimneys-op- en ing our stay with tho "Tioupe," would chimneys. Tho winfireplaces and It is still DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, veyor of the Port of Louisville. In the t.illl.0.,zafL. we do not v01Ich for it. be to attempt the who fits i.Geliernl Clinton H. Fisk, late candidate ter lias been an extraordinarily wet and meanwhile Col. J. U. to think of the good time our pleasure FANOY ARTICLES, &0 the place like paper on the wall, is at ' for 1resi,iellt 0 ti,0 prohibition ticket, cold one in the South. Kven under this we spent at "Palm Hunch" and with wasnington, ociormi ne.i iu iuh m uiK ,, rencllw, tllu. conclusion that political unusual state of all'air there were only many a longing for that life again. Wo I'hyiicun. procnptiom accurately compounded. trio that he is soinnvh it of a man him prohibition is a stumbling block to turn- about half a dozen times when fire was often think of the many things that a. r self, and it's dollars to cents he'll get peraneo reform and he is again a repub- needed, but then we needed it as much made us so happy there. And often do mii'""' there. as wo ever did in Kentucky. Their best wo recall the bustle in the early morning lican. for fire is a small stove with It is said that the rulings o tho pen- The News sayo that 4!J barrels of fresh provision through the window. After when we all arose to plan and work of THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, pipe run CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. fish; tho day tilled with it variety sion commissioner, Tanner, have doubfish are consumed by the Parisians a tho "spell" comes and gets a pretty good and occurrences; then tho gathering Ever brought to this market I'ricet lower than applications for pensions and Mint led the Ston-e- r hold on you, they throw two or three pleasant week, besides what is caught out of small porch of the great preachtht lowett. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. the flood of fraudulent claims is seriousand other streams. If Craddock gets small sticks of pinu into tho stove and on the paired on hortuotlce and warranted. er's humblu island homo to watch tho ly interfering with thoso that are valid. his share of the brain food, which wo fire up. You Mien put on yourovercoat, and tho day fade out. will wish before many days disappear The country fear he does not, he may bo able to fur- get very close to the stove, lot your im- sun that Tanner's head had gone with his legs nish quite a decent little poem for tho agination and your toes work and get Wo have never seen such sublimity at Bunset as was witnessed almost daily during tho war. delectation of tho Press Association. warm if you can. there. 'Wo were all so single in our deAnother way they have of heating the sire to watch its slow descent, that wo Afteii the examination of 120 persons, U.sTi.E Hen II.iuiib.o.v complains that not n single juror was obtained in tho our wood cut of him was diabolical. We southern end of the State, is by means have often wondered whether good I would trial of Latimer for tho murder of his will leave it to anybody who knows him of a coal oil stove, so called. gathered together with lump, with two spirits sometimes largo Michigan. A brute call it a mother, at Jackson, the sun as it seemed to kiss us to watcli if tho "plctur" is not true to life. Tho guilty of such an onense doesn't deserve Frankfort Capital says it is a very good humors and wicks. When a "norther" the great waters and go slowly down iu 1 comes into the office a trial and it is strange that time is being likeness and our Undo Henjaniin doesn't arrives, a negro boy blaze of glory far west of Sanibel. stove and the cracks in tho a wasted upon him, when rope is so plen- want to dispute with our bold soldier and fills the Tho bitter to all this sweet camo on floor immediately around it, with coal tiful. tho day of separation. When we parted president. oil. After lighting tho wicks, he turns from the "Troupe" wo had an aching Giiekly announces that hereafGen so as to make nn im- throat and no voice. Hut wo were comUm.kss Hilly O'Hrailley has a pass, ho one up very high, ter ho will, when practicable, make a smoke, and the other very low, so pensated, in a largo measure, by having mense companions, two as exgeneral prediction showing tho condition will spend all the money ho makes from neither smoke nor heat, and for our traveling two or three days in ad- his "large and lucrative law practice," it will make cellent and happy friends as one will of the weather departs. You entwine yourself about meet In a life's journey Will lorguson. vance. Considering the recent failures which ho could not give up to go to would about your boot tho quiet, true, unselfish gentleman and in railroad faro to Washington. He that stove as you hen to predict correctly for 24 hours, there is his lovely and gentle sister May. if you wanted to peg tho bottom of a rashness about this decision that is ab- is keeping tho railroad track to that city wrap mulller well wo bid them good bjv at New Orleans it your overcoat, hot, having gone there again this week. was like parting with brother and sister. solutely bewildering. about your neck, thrust your hands deep May they abide hero long and always in The civil Bervico law now applies to down into your pockets, keep your two peace. Col. Wm. P. W.w.ton was grand marMv entire trip was n delightful one. I A. H. parade at the Now tho railway mail service and hereafter eyes on the two blazes, one going up and shal of tho G. atdown, and there you aro can never forget the many pleasures Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture appointments must he made for merit tho other going Vork Centennial, but it was not tho tending it the congeniality, the sympa- -Sellers. and not for political purposes. There MllV tills Hl'UMulberry and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods .1... ii.,. M.i. liwica nf nil. of this paper, who hastens to make 5,!J0O positions of this character, of Now, as to Sanlbel. Bro. Barnes has son'of rest and" refreshing, with all its' can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- this statement. for fear somebody will aro concerning it. Wo thor- good and happy hours, soon return un tlinf. T Oftll 1riiri Ll.nH i.1. I i think he has leen traveling under false which 2,500 have been filled by republi- written much bUUIl VIIU lUWCBb. , with him in everything ho changed to me. in the last two months. cans oughly agree pretenses. bar-keepelive-minut- e, Washington there, on April 30th, 178i), ever seen in this was the most impo-dugrant country of Oo.OOO.OOO inhabitants. The streets were decorated with garlands of tlowers ami hunting' and the entire city was in holiday attire, lion. Chauncey M. I)epew was the orator of the occasion and diiFtho spread eagle husiness, while Harrison wax let ofl with address which was both a . !K1.. Tli,. KtiiA.iuainn i ,.. pointed aim wiiui. numbered GO.000 and the jam was tent- a .. 1 , Metropolitan Opera House, Now York, horse-sho- o 155 tubles,were arranged in double seating capacity for fashion with a 800. Nearly 8,000 wine glasses glittered at intervals along the array of tables, and 200 waiters as well drilled as so many soldiers, stood ready to respond to the Blightwt wink of tho diners. Lach course, as to tho time of service, was regulated by electricity, thus avoid-ini- ! the custom prevalent at public din ners of serving a portion of the diners with light wines while tho balance drank The oxpen-- e of the dinner champagne-tt,000, tho wino is saiil to liavo boon alone causing an expenditure of nearly $10,000. Gov. Hill mmlo the welcoming address and our owji illustrious O rover Cleveland responded to the toast "Our People" in a few characteristic and eloquent remarks'. Tho other 11 toasts "The State," Gov. were as follows: UnnstUit- iMtzlniL'li l'c; "The ,.,,., ,,,,,,., VtMl.K Vnum . . At tho Contennial banquet in tho A ivvkt of tho centennial programme was nn hour's "wmship" in St. Paul's church, where Washington sought divine guidance on tho morning he was inaugurated. Han Won occupied the same pew that his illustrious predecessor did a hundred yeais before. Tho country has made rapid strides in every branch of commercial and mechanical progress, but tho sight of the little man was proof s coWlustvo that it has progiesod out of in tho character of men which it make- presidents. back-ward- X Many people wonder why we nre so 1 Semi Stani Hi.O. Tiik Times says that "Gov. Ihickner's white head aiidCol. Polk Johnson'sbald head were the observed of all observeis in New York Tuesday." Thoy are mighty line heads and Kentucky Is not at all ashamed for them to bo displayed MAstveiirsin-T:i,500 s BUSY ALL THE TIME n minute of If you will make inspection n dozen or more articles that we sell, take a toj and learn the difference in prices, the of W region "J his be to Sun M COIIIpIl any-wher- e. high license out of jobs and s '""" I """'"n-"- " I .1 1 ." ' .,.,. ,..., ......' "",- 55,000,-00- 0 MYSTERY WILL once. Our Great BE SOLVE! lms op uusplc due to our , o nek Sales and Small Profits! all Departments are Our Unequalled' j 1 j j THE TALK OF THE DAY! j j i i Shoes, are selling Clothinjj, man any Notions, lower oiuer iiuunv in niamoni. Trunks, i 1 v" !- - j J ' y. THE LOUISVILLE STORE!, Stanford. '. 1 i i i 7 "' - s v ,..,, iirivw"' - - -- - 111 Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Pape . ie-- u l- 1!lM j Kin-tickli- ui. t 111 M'ROBERTS & STAGG'J Bo Mo bu-ine- u-- - ,- - I ! " ,,, lul-O- II. WEABSMN re-o- "ex-hig- li Furniture and Undertakers' STtXI"OIt,KY. Goods four-iullioni- v The j Cheapest llent Stock of Celling Decorations Wall Paper, t and Window Shades o. , ... htdestrtjctible AVo BTraiA.1 casket, - 1 al-- 1 nt ' -- It PENN1 CTIKrW'IEILjIEJIR. 9 , inipo-sibl- o. 4 - VBi inVS3lp ffiE V FURNITURE STORE! MACJK HICTFFMAKo PilSDP, cast-iro- n m!WEMM W " 'TOfll Co-re- a, it-b- utton ed-it- r!nfj , L aMWMWiatil' &wiwiunw lu. r lKS3wgi5tSSEJSaS.su Semi-Week- ly cently dropped asleep on a park bench, and Thlt notice forewarns hunters, whun, IiIh head falling forwnrd, ho un- other! not to troipatt on our landt fithermnn per. without C0,lflC'0,,H'y choked to death over tho mission, at all such will be proiocuted to the fullStanfoud, Kv., May 3, ions) est extent of tho law. Signed: huh ougo ot ins cuniiioiu collar. A dog OKO, T, J. HIM.. died in Illinois tho other day from drink- J.M. McKOIIKilTS,JR. M. S. D. HOPI'KK, IIAUOHMAN, KOI1T. McALISTEK, J, It IIKUCE ing tho water in which a llannel shirt c if ctlAMtrc W. F. WALTON, c ir iiAllmftljl V had been rinsed. A St. Louis man has MKS. IIKNKV 'dAUOIIMAN', A.M. KKI.Ahlo K.T. JOHN W. HOLMES. died of erysipelas contracted from a ver A I 1'KNCK, I', HAYDKN, I'AIUUSII, R.O.WAUTON, dub. ManaRor D, V. HOLMES. digris brass collar button eating into his neck; nnd n man in Chicago was roasted MT. SALEM. to death by the firing of his cotton unWo havo hud a touch of tho Arctic derclothing as ho dried them before nu regioiw for thu past fow days. open grato. "HuilM Dunn dined nml utipped with Sim (after n lovers' quarrel) "I g)ltouitynu,MiwAiBirCHictoM(sF o IiIh host girl tho othur day mul took her you want your presents back?" to .Stanford nfterwardn. Ho "Ah, no; keep them. If any of Mr. Jhiiich Fryo, tho urhano and no the fellows ask about thu presents I'll Leaving lloth conipliHliod now morchnnt of UiIh placo, explain that they were fully paid for in hnH opened out iinrior thu niont fnvornhlo hugs and kisses." LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI nimpivoH. Kvorythlng looka bright and She (on second thought) "My dear, Dally, Securei to Traveler, trim around In in. All indieatioiiH point Btipposu wo forget wo have quarreled nnd to a profitable nnd futuro. begin over again. N. Y. Weekly. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Tho largo crowd that wont from thin Ever attempted between the great commercial Boctlonand HiiHtonvillo to Liberty last ciliet on the Ohio Kiver and Chicago, and hence I the fattett time and mott comfortable traint beweek on u Hailing expedition, returned tween all Kintt in the South, or to the U'eit and On Sunday night, December 30th, In the' town North welt, The counterpart of thit train on all without any accident in tho way of of Stanford, Ky., a III.ACK IIOKSE, about 15M trunk Unci it denominated The Limited Exprett. loHt, strayed or Htolen. Tho only sehands high. S yrartold, both hind feet white, small The tuperb rolling ttock we employ glvct. patront tar in not. rious eausuality reported Ib that "Hud" his tail,the forehead and iniu on little oneHe rarrlea Unlimited Comfort. Ticket Offices In the South MtTAt all Coupon which ii very heavy, a sided lie Dunn got a had crick in tho neck, emitted wat hitched to a sidebar buggy. comparatively you will find our time tablet and tickets. Say get Monon and ttick to Monon, II you want new. with blue cloth linings lleudea the Sine peilmpt by Imlng utrangled. reward of J50, t will give J15 for the recovery of to tave money and have a pleasant Journey. K. O. McCOKMICK, IAS C It KID. V. T. Uiehnrdu, into of tho linn of the horse, buggy and thief General Pattenger Agent, Chicago. V7 Stanford, Ky. InteriorJournal Qukku AcciiiKNTs. A Baltlmoreim re- POSTED. I sup-pos- -- A NEW FAST MAIL tuim-twlu- l STOLEIT ho-lu- g Mo-no- n, W. T. UichanlH Co., nccompanied hy bin sinter, tho pretty and gifted Miss Ix:o-norMarled for Pulaski, Iowa, on tho -llth, on a visit to their ulster, Mrs. Dr. KliiMiuger. t SAW MILL FOR SALE (VI ho ! City Ticket Agcnlt and OAicrM: I. M. IIucknm, 117 ith Ave., Louitville. Ky K. A.Tonci, 119 Vine tt., Cincinnati Ohio learnt unit tjtook. 1 1 Tho prohahllity is that If the loeallly milt him Tom will go into tho inereatitilo btisiiieM in Hint State. Miss Xanulo K. Fletcher is now nt Kllirthiirg, Casey county, teaching a class In garment cutting. Mr. Win. Lucas, who Imi had a long spoil of typhoid is now getting about. W. 0. hat been suirering intensely all through tho winter with complicated paiim in tho neck and general debility, but has been for somu weeks improving, mul cm now walk about in tho vicinity. r, Kieh-nnU At I deiire to leave Kentucky I will tell at great sacrifice 1 taw nulla complete with jo horw: boilcra o horse engines, t aaw works. ox log wag. 011 wagons, 1 burkboard, spring wag. i on and liarnivs j yolea of cattle, j millet, horte, gnat mill complete, and my farm of too acret of noli land well timbered. Will tell privately and 1 1U & No RAILROAD. The Great' To The LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILlV jS-- MAK'I SMI Maywuod, Ky til. ivcry, fieed and Pi j.7 Sale Stable. THROUGH TRUNK LINE. SOUTH & WEST fF jP TflNLaaaalaBaMiMHaRSt T'AaidfDr Wuh PlIKVK.VTIONOF llVIHtOI'IIOHU. All III- - diana man says: "All dogs havo n small white worm at tho root of tho tougiw on tho uiuler side, and running lengthwise. Tliis worm is tho source of all hydrophobia; Uiku it out and your dog is safe. Tho operation can easily Imi performed by inserting a common shoemaker's awl under it in the middle and pulling It through. I havo seen it done many times. A Scotchman taught me tho secret about fiO years ago. lie said that the practice was generally followed in Seitlanl mil that mul dog outbreaks never tsrurred there." A wiil' elmntfil n ......... iw.f.l l.u r " " nnllrn 9,j the owner "Sn huutlntr on this fnrm." to "So. hunting on this farm" mid ev- ery NJmrod in the country Hooked ' , 1 W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY, Good lurnoult and saddle hones alwayt lor hiri on reatonable tertnt. tendon it the moil convenient point on the railroad to leach placet in the in the mountain te tion of the ytate 10 Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, Atlanta, Montgomery, Tan. A few applications will render the most ttubbornly red kin tofi, amooth and white. Viola Oroam la not a paint or powder to cover defect , but a n medy to cui It If superior to all other preparation, and i guaranteed to give aatbfaction. Atdrmr Seeking Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. TI'I" nrctiarntlon.withoul Voaai ioa. iriliirr,remoTt Frock- - Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. Llvor-Moln''TcuuAPim. plOB, Blaok-HoadSunburn and Only one change to points in 4QWlOLACREAM . TEn VyA. s, s. ARKANSAS & TEXAS. m EMIGRANTS homes on the line of this read will receive .! el" UITTiNKli Kof tolkdo. onto. m .V IsToo' Salt at MeKnhe tagg's, Stanford, Ky. Special rates. sTSee agents ot this Company for rates, routes Ac,, or write to C. T. AT.MOUE O. V. fc T. A.. Louisville, Ky IMiivillt! ami imve laneit Dunn'n bonne, near town. .ur. KkMxTKit an Ornriiii. A abort time """Cotri'ndcrwonrt liln 1111 trift-tr- rr mull Maywood. Mrs. F. I). Gray and her two bright jittlo children, of Louisville, are visiting her aunt, Mrs. 0. W. Boone. Mr. Jonnthan Owslov was married in PuMay 3, 1889 laski last week to Miss Reynolds. Wish Stanford, Ky you much happiness, Undo Jonathan. Dr. Givcns, of Pittsburg, was down to sco Miss Annie Napier Saturday. Sho is some better. Madnm Rumor says wo will havo Bevcral weddings beforo long, Where Cow-Belare Made. la n grcnt plnco for cat- but don't tell I Bald bo, for goodness Colllnsville, III, tle bulls. Thntcowbcllaaro miulo ntnl sake. No sickness in Maywood nt presdo not Krow on trees or elsewhere, seems ent. Gardens all look well. Mr. Tom to Hiirpriw nomo people, but tliero nre Duddcrar, of Goshen, is visiting his Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Attention, Coal Burners. I keep on hand a No. i quality of Jellico, Lily and Nut Coal in my yard. Leave your orders at Yard or S. S. Myers' store and they will be attended to promptly. J. 11. HIGGINS, 63 Stanford, Ky. SUPPLEMENT. ls (CentuckyOentralR. R. "BIUJS From ROUTE." ROUTE THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST four establishments in the United States which nre exclusively devoted to the manufacture of that resonant article and two of theso nro in Collinsvillc. One hundred and fifty dozen are turned out daily and thouwinda of them dangle from the necks of unfortunate cows nil over tho prairies of North and South Ameris ca. The manufacture of is distinct from that of other bells. ".,. instead of being moulded, the metal is "rolled into sheets, cut into symmetrical j polygons, which, when folded, are pressed into their form. Having been riveted, they are noxt packed in clay and brought to a white beat. When suddenly cooled, theso steel bells nro found to bo not only tempered, but also beautifully brazed. St. Louis Globo- Dispatch. cow-bellen-tire- ly well-know- mother. Sam Owens is in luck. Hisflno brood marc, Pauline, dropped a very handsome Ally colt by Gambutla Wilkes, record 2:20, on tho 2flth and Old Puttie, a very flno Vermont marc, dropped twins by 0. F. Clay, record 2:18, on tho 20th. CENTRAL KENTUCKY To all Points II. B. WILON, With FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. THOMPSON & BOYD, Manufacturers of Fine Saddle and Harnen, In every style and finish known to the trade. Kace and Trotting Equipments a specialty. No. S3 East lifain Street, LEXINGTON, Ky. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAR. t, i88g. No. 2. South-Boun- n No. 4. Ex. Sun. Daily. No. 6. Ex .Sun. a 35 p m a 35 P m 4 07 p m 5 40 p m 6 30 p m 5 45 P m THE NAPIER HOUSE, LIBERTY, KY., F. W. WARMNNER.PROP'ft. run-nin- I have leased the above Hotel and intend Don't forgot tho poor editor when you Speit in stylo in have a news item, says an exchange. If culation ion to commercial pvcry particular. men. your wife licks you, let us know it and ?i JrW set it right before the public. If 1825. yoiiTinvo rompany, tell us, if you are not ashamed of your visitor. If a youngster comes to your house begging for raiment, buy a lot of cigars and come On Dwellings, Household Furniture, Stores, Merchandise, Ac, apply to the old around, nnd, if you are a rash subscriber we will (hid a suitable name for him or Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Go. her as tho circumstances will permit. I.lzhlninjr clauses attached and damages paid And if you have a social gatht ring of a whether fire ensues or not. GKO. It 1IKUCE, Agent. 17 few of your friends, bring around a big cake, seven or eight pis and a ham not necessarily to eat, bn.t as a guarantee of good faith. You need not bother about inviting us, for it is a little too colli for our wardrobe. We mention these little things for wo want the irwsi nnd wu will have it if there isa "God in COMPANY Israel." e first-clas- s 88-a- Established Lve Cincinnati .. 8 10 a m 7 55 Pm Lve Covington... 8 30 a m Soj pin Lve Falmouth.... 9 48 a m 9 13 p ml II 20 a m 10 18 p m Arr I'aris Arr Lexington... a o p m o 55 P m 11 30 am Lve Paris Arr Winchester.. a 15 p m Arr Kichmond... V 00 p m Arr Lancaster... 5 10 p m 6 00 p m Arr Stanford Lve Kichmond ,. a 05 p m Arr Bcrea. 3 io p m Arr Lexington... 5 45 P m North-Ilouth. 617pm 7 35 P m No. 3. No. 1. FOE, HTSTTHA1TCE N o.j. Lve Livingston,, 8 00 a 10 35 a Lve Ilcrea. Arr Kichmond... 11 45 Lve Stanford 7 30 a m Lve Lancaster... 8 io a m Arr Kichmond... 11 00 a m 6 50 a 15 P Lve Kichmond... Arr Winchester, 3 10 p m 7 40 Arr Paris P m 8 27 3 5 Lve Lexiugton .. 330pm ., 4 IO p in l3$ Lve Paris.., 10 08 Lve Falmouth... P Arr Covington .. 6 30 p m 35 Arr Cincinnati .. 6 30 p m "I 45 .1 a in a m a in ...... m m m am a 3 30 p a m 4 30 p in 5 45 P a m 7 15 P a m 7 '5P" m " 1 -- i Celery nrbt upon tho nervous system TEMS?hd is a cure for rheumatism and neuTomatoes stimulate tin liver, and spinach and common dandelion, prepared in tho same way have n direct cllVctou diseases of the kidneys. On ions, garlic nnd olives promote digestion by stimulating tho circulatory system, with the consequent increase of the saliva and gastric juice. Haw onions nre also regarded as a remedy for sleeplessness, and the French believe Unit onion soup is an excellent tonic in cases of debility of the digestive organs. ralgia. sssMHl -- . Mil CREAM Mtr j& $Q -- I a 1 m s rSSSWKf nmm& LEXINGTONT.KY. ' lilk. YFrPffiTTaSaa s,k . On theMavsville Branch, No 9. leaves Paris at 840, am and No. 11, at 5 45, p m, arriving at Maysville at 11 05, a m, nnd 810, p m. No. 10 leaves Maysville at 5,55 a m, arriving at Pans at 8 ao, am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at 5 and arrives at Paris at 3 50, p in. These trains are daily except Sunday. No. 43 leaves Lexington 10 15 am; arrives Paris 10 55 am; except Sunday. No 8 leave Cincinnati 500 pm: arrives Falmouth 7 DCpm; except Sunday. No. 7 ieaves Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives Cincinnati 8 no am; except Sunday. Train Notes: No. 1 runs dally between Lexington and Cincinnati. No 4 runs daily between Cincinnati and Ltxington. Nos 7 nnd 6 make connections at Winchester tor points on the N N. it M. V. Ky No. 4 makes this connection at Lexington. I M POKTANT - Trains of this line now nrrlve at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, East and West. Through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars addres. anv agent ol the Co. S. F. B. MORSE. K. H. BACON. Traveling Pass'g'r Agt., Gcn'l Pass'g'r A gt., Covington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. U.K. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. GENERAL OFFICES: Chamber of Commerce Building, Cincinnati, O. 1 trrnnntr nun-- 1 To close .1 a 111 11 111 mile colt fori jvuvc oiucii. : I parnerthip same between Georire a yt L'f ,TWi Bi' H HttAtBBBMBBaaBaBfffBaaBBBMttm WMlPlllWMiPMMMBBBBgi"WWiB ' t' T4 lPY" TTi b"5 SB, I VBTW E" sy WWP- - scsasta SESSEfjRr", Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal THK llOSSMUI.E JACK SUNSET COX SILAS VATTGHA1T, Portrays the Poetry ot Mechanism to an Appreciative Audience at the Stato College PRISCE MESSENGER I Hay stallion, 15 hands 1 inches high, foaled October, 1884. bred by II C. Mock, of Danville, Ky. pircuuy.iicssenKvrv.niei, sire 01 .iiauu .Mesicn-se2 16W, First dam a fait natural pacer, bv Vounj; America; second dam by Onstntt's TefeKraph, (pacer). Younc America by Wnke-UJake, record j tf, dam by Old Sweeper (pacer). Onslott's TeleKrniih uv oneiions iriei;rapn paicr j lie siren trie phennmlnal Lucy I'ope, record a,))1 and trial in a so. His breeding nn dam's side Is srry much like Jerome t'urner's, 1 ijf(, thrlr dam's being ot pacing linraee; and many others toil numerous to mention. The pacing blood has helped to produce a 10 and Nutwood MaudS a 08II. p r, THK SrANUAKDIlREI) STALLION Publlshod Every Tuoeclay and Friday iSM of Will moke the present season at the hit owi.cn, i miles West ot Stanford on the Knob Pike, at high. Hell black with white points tjK hand took 6 yean old and a nre foal getter. Ill getthe the over Ket of premium at Stanford and Danville the most noted jack in Lincoln nnd llojlc coun tici Parting or trading the mare after then bred positively forieils the inuranco and the money is ih.n.lMr Pare taVen to Prevent accident, but ill not be responsible ould WOODS ' BELMONT CHIEF, 8689, llteglsicrcd as Hob Link Sired by the ureal llelmnnt sire of Nulw. in the 1 jn list. Ills sons sired 50 In the 1?H3K YWAU.IX TVhen not so paid $2.60 ATJVAN'CK will be charged.tfo SIOTo Insure a Living Colt. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. M f i', ehanism." a i8i I'riiiceMessenuer will make the season The mention of his iiamu was to insure a ood audience of the At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. L. & N. LOCAL ThME CAHO. most appreciative nature. The Collect AT S30 THE SEASON, At my farm on the Somerset pike 1 miles south of Mail tram going North n upm chnpel was filled to overflow injr with the aianturu lliae With the usual return pnvilige or $50 TO IN3UIIB A L1VINU OOUT South t3ipm Mares kept on good ji.isture at owner s risk ut i per in mih J I' CKOW, Express train " Smith 1157pm beauty unci culture for which the city of Mi Kinney, K) " " " North 127 am WO A C Ik S, Lexington is noted. L0r.1l Freight North 6304m Foaled 18S0, a dark bav. 16X hands high and Soul) , ' ...6apm fine stile. Sired by Vidittc. First dam by Sir At S::iO o'clock our beloved Senator One li hands and the other ij' li.unls hljjli, whkli The latter train also carry passengers. will stand Charlie Whip, he bv Imp. Whip; jd dam by will make the'seaon of 1S89 at my ttalle one IHackburn, who had been requested to At Ton Dollars to Insure, n Llvlnu; The above Itcah.ttlated on standard time. olar ! Colt. on the ltttstonville pike time it aliout 70 minute faster mile fromStanforJ introduce the speaker, arose and in that M S. IIAUOHMAN. 14 Dark brown hnrse, I years old, white hind (m t, Mr. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. style peculiarly Ids own presented kind hinds high, tired by Dunes Wilkes, aire ol Ibis line Jack, f years old, M.uk with while Cox, who was received with a Wilkes points, M hands hih, will make the present sea- I Kirst i dam llelle tj'Sj anil Lena Wilkes sv'j Wood's lllnck by Munihrono I'noi, Jr, by Videtie was bv Yindei. he son al our stables, i mile mitlli ol MilUdgesilte on Kelts Mambrinn I'iIoi, who al $) eats old trotted Hawk, he by old Imp, Whip. V p to ,, ye.ir old, frreetinj;. (he Danville and lluslmnille pike, in a jot, and told for i7,mo cash Scuihil dam Vidette was shown 3 time and beaten only once He held the audience with llxedatten-tio(b Star Das is) the o Kinitliiie 1 Ji At 4 yean old he could trot in 1 3$ easy STANDARD Rt'LK 6. His lan from beuinninj! to end. by Who nrtvNeil her pupils to strengthen At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. byMainbrino 1'ilot, Jr, FirstKrlTt Mitmhriun IMi ! Mainbrino Chief dam br Old liray Steve their minds by the. uso of Ayer's fjuace and ideas proved conclusively that lllack Stallion, 61,' hands high, fnaled ilkS; bred d dam a last Hotting mare front the North ratlinig wlih mare makes ineseaMHi iiue. (' by A. Oojds nith Orange county, New ork, appreciated tho truth that Harney Wilkes by tieorge Wilkes, sire efMin The well known Jack, will male the present he is a man of eultuie and thought, by lluller, he nt Molls, Imiiiried (r.ini was sire J list, Harry Wilkes j iiw, Ac, rirsidain K.a bodily health in essential to mental at the same place at $0 toinsure a Using coll. He has proved himsilf sine loal getter bj10Kosioe, thousih he is mi absolutely full of wit Sirod by CASTELAR, 1062. Spam. J K FAKItlS. 17 ton of 1'ilm Jr, sireof thedamof Maud t. WKIIiMT. vigor. For persons of delicate and fcohlo S. jk"sv,, e See j 10, U Mllledgetlle, Ky IS that ho boils over, even when he seems ist dam Woburn Maid constitution, whether young or old, this by W'obutn ;i li 1'ilot Wilkes will make the season of ilk at I A WinuN' farm sH miles Irum Dansillr, on the i ne uaiu 01 varser, a j;y medicine is remarkably beneficial. Bo bo usint; all his power to avoid it. lie to and dam by a Msnibrino horse sure, you get Aycr's Sarsapurlllu. referred to the mechanical condition of PRINCE 01MV A l'iKS,.JR. Daiiullennd Laitiaslcr pike, by Mainbrino Messenger 3rd dam " Every (prlng and fall I take n numAt $12 to Insure a Living Colt. as compared with the our ulobe AND ber of bottles of er'n Sarsaparilla,and CASTHLAK. 106J. bv Volunteer. i. sire cf Si. Keolojiical past, stating that unlike its Julien a 11W, etc; Mrs. James II. mil greatly Item llted." lour years old. dapple gray, two is hue feet be dam Miss Ni.dine, b) Ham Ilreedets will nbserie thai IMI Wilkes hat lit weight and snip in Eastman, Stoiii'liuiti, Mass. it namls earliest existence the earth is now in a mond, son of roller's Clas; ad .lam Welts Star. hind pounds, tine st laie and nctlan high, by Imp. being Jr, rnsses, his grand sire. Mambrinn 1'il.n, tie dam of Artillery Sirtd and Modesty 1 26 by 1,500 4 brother in hbsl iu A ilde, tire l Hslat "I have taken Ayer's Sarsaparilla Dam ihtre l'riiae of Wales at lllandenstille. state of htable equilibrium, except, lie Amencan Star, 14;inti, by llcrlrand. id dam sire of Susie S j iJ with great benefit to my general health." Arthur Suns, Standard No 3041; by Gen. Knox, Morgan lor further infornMi..n all on or address J WOIIUKN. 141. by Hainblctonian, to; ist dam fourths Clydesdale and Miss'l'hlrra I.. Crurnr, 1'nliuyra, Md. re.oid 14 with 15 in 2 30 class and 39 in J jj class. said, a thin tlltn over the surface which Miss Coolex b) This is the horse to bleed 10 to get (arm stock WihhI ,tS II ester Telesraph, joi, tii dam the dam and mule mares as I have unisctssll) sold my First dam by Ilutirbou thiel, the sire ot Lai "My daughter, twolvo years of age, is JOll'll SUOl'l. j aaU : ad tUtu by l.iltle Ariliur, thoroughbred. is composed of horses, asses, Chinese, of t,ej. Cowley by I'riday. mules fur more money than any one in tins has suffered for tho post year from Will nuke the season of '89 at his home,' .Mupics, dojjsand Congressmen. int, ED BAFtLOW This horse will make the present season He spoke at some length of the waste of Debility. At 20 Will my stables, two miles from Stan ! will ford, stand atthe Knob mechanical force, which he believes At $8 to Insure u Living Colt. A few weeks since, we began to rivo Ky ,un Luk turnpike, at Arthur Sims has proved himself to be a superb some times be utilized, and I believe he her Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Her health has breeder Call and see his colls at his home Coh1 grass at per nmtiih (itsml cote taken greatly improved." $15 to InBuro a. Living Colt or $10 tno Mrs. Harriet n. of all stock, hui no retponslbillts lor nrcideiitt is so desiious this should be done, that aoaaon. Jlnttles, South Chelmsford, Mass. This thoroughbred will make the ttssson nf iS, 6 ti j T HOCKIIR. "About a year ago I began using Aycr's politan. one of the best bred sous ot Kvsdvk's he would even be pleased to see all the nt the Oeorge Kustell ftim.oti the Dansill sn.l Sarsuparilla as a remedy for debility having lor his dam Hyacinth, by forces of our sun economized, however KOLt IIui.iimII pike, near Milledgeville, at Volunteer; ad dam Clara the dam of Dexter 17; and neuralgia resulting from mala.lal This fine young jack j ears old, 14 hands j and Dictator, the sire ol Director 117. rnallas much such an urraiit.'cment mitit interexposure in the army. I was in a vtry Inches, datk brown with white paints I he tilietl SIO to Insuro a Living Colt. First dam Lady 2 10. 2 ijtf , and bad condition, but six bottles of the fere with the financial progress of manuserving jack in Lincoln county and a sure losl Welsh by illiam Welsh, the sire ot Prince Impe with occasional doses of Ayer'a A lie retained ot getter Sired by Caldwell's tiiant ist dim a Motirv durSepiMtiber 1, iV dam inbred and riitl3H mare, Jeremiah a jjM; Jdjoung ancolt con factories of wicks, lamps, burneis and Pills, have greatl improved my health. jenne ; jil dam a jennet too Will stand the all rssht until nsaney it psi.l Trading trie mare Ac This grand Wagoner 2:341. mrieiit iiittirwntr present season nt my stable in Ilintonvillc I nm now itlilu to w ork, and feel that I tains 43 per cent, of the old horse Kysdrks Ham thedealcrs in oil, petroleum, &c. Des.risttun llrteihkiadrr It a tlth tlark bai . cannot say too much for your excellent fSire of Sallie Vagen a bleioman No. 10. the founder of the greatest trotwith black pvlnts.lirssv) inaneandtail, itK hands He spoke of the forco wasted by PresAt $10 To Innuro a Living Colt. the world has e.er known, coursing ting family remedies T. A. Plnkbani, 80 th high. l'!i hands A. T. R.Standard; Vilumo VIII, high Id, 1(, arr Urge. nne and ot MMd iolor ; Holuncus, Me. mroiiKn nis rius irum uiiieiiui vHaiii. ii.hie luit;.) ident Harrison shaking hands witli his can oe srn al lesit Or msMiey due when the mare Is parted with. ly Kjsdsks llambletoiiiau, Volunteer, Metropolis "My daughter, sixteen years old, Is J NO S. liOOIti:. 15 tan and William Welsh. fellow citizens ami calculated the dis rsniOHrr. SIRED IIV LYLK WILKfo $, using Ayer's Sarsaparilla with good efLimited to 15 approsed mares. For further inIIKKIICHI.OADKIt. bsi.fwl.d in ilk, It..-fect.1' tance the President's hand would favel ll Gourde Wilkes u, tire of6i In j )n or better S. .T. Graham, United formation or curds address liy Imp IMttct, 15a. T. A KLKIN. Brethren Chun It, Buckhaunon, W. Va. 13 GOYER'S MESSENGER. dam Hura by Skedaddle lhori.wghlri'-ddurinir eight years of service1, by his peilam .Nellie iley, (grsml dam of Inutile) Lancaster, Ky. " I suffered from IIm, Johnson. Medley by j culiar "eighteen inches up and down" 3 dam by Shclton's Old Wosev, bj Ileathune, patrr. dam 1 dam Mary Churchill by Ales ChurehW Tclegrapli. Cay stallion, 16 hands high, linleil April i. ' dam by Krank Ithnmughbred dam by Imp Margravt ,'grsHil dam of King l jd slum liy dam MESSENGER CHIEF. JR. shake. it filled my soul with delight just three of Wilkes has started In rive rai es, won His lirst As b) (.raj Danvilth fonso U.it them in straight hats and third mmet in 4 dam Mlitleloe bv ClxrokM with Inme bnek and headache, and liavo He was sireil by Mes.cngr Chief. Jr , by Mesj dam by 'tiger when 1 discovered from Mr. Cox'h fourth. bete bctMlliin beueliteil by tlo usoof Ayer's ; ist senger Chief, tire of Mausl Mn.eHger, j Dans Hie Wilkes Is also the first and only irnnd-so6 dam by Albeit Sarnp-i.;i years of ago, I nm nou Hay stallion foaled In lS?3, iMiatuU nnd weighs c by Met itiutenance that he ilid not believe Mr. a of tieorc Wilkes that has prodwccil una In dam Jennie dam Khno. d dsi by .Mamhrinodam by ? dam bv Algertne l nnd tun by Mambrioo Chmf; 4th He is of fine tyle and well sailed that my jiresent health U50 pounds. s dim by (irtyAlfted jo or of his gt sengirj.ld Messenger Chief, Jr, was sired by Messenger HarrNon would be allowed tt) extend, that arebetter in Danstlle has turn and jut... d life ar iihd to tho uso of now training ami, barring- accidents, Imp Nap4Hi, 51b dm ly 1'rtnpesi, ih jam b) 9 dam a mure nertsssseo VlrRitvU byCspi Chief (jij, bv Abdallah 1'ilot First dam own from Ith dam Titer: rihilsm bv Aver'n im,up.inlla." llurkritlge for kreodlBr, bttt svh4tte itmligie Lucy MotUtt, of the nation, win mate reiarus si i yi or better: basislcs, am liy Canivwrt kip, Darnahv'sby Dramedc:1'aiugnn tho executive chair Miipp't 91 n issm sister to tien'l (lenrge II Thomas, sire of Scott's KillitlglA , t .nut. confidei.t that Dantllle Wjlktx will losvsir hit Utxswlosi; beUrscsl Htbss by AmetksM l'hoin.is, record 2 ar by Mainbrino Messenger; id his olil hand greeting to our people af.Messenger cmei was .. airrd iv .Mraallak Pilot. 10 dam by Imp. Monkey. of 2 jt4 ts . Helms been tlmwi tlw last Mrs. Aim II. Furnsworth, n lady 79 dam by Mambrinn Chief; 3d dam by Imp Vipo isi dim ) .siamnnno Messenger; M sfam by 1, dam by Imp Mrttloy I have no doubt the force just half in a rare in t years old. S. "Woodstock, Vt., writes : leon; 4th dam by Tempest: 5th dam by liaer; Mh ter 'Itt. Mambilno tlsief. Ac He sirtd Mtud Metstwier, it otn ny imp nnark. Dansillc Wilkes has pros en himself a fie breed dam by Darnaby's Diomcde; 7th dam by Cannon's "After weeks' suffering from er and Is sure t produce troliers and (Kirttet can retord itH. Abel is,, Murv.-- t(. ManiTliig ij ilsm by Ins rWitaiafhl referred to is wasted, but we shall not have a hance lo get his 1 si!i; Kobert It, resold Jji,intl Whip; 8th dam by Sbipp's I'ar.iKnn nSj.and nervous p.'niitloii. I procured a bottlo lmworie.1 IhMet.tirc of abuse horse and also Mis. produic now tor a vr Messenger Chief, other fast ones, WussUfoid, IMvidnr, I he l.snnett, Ac dsed lateof Ajir' Fiirsap.u, llu, and beforo I ' dam by hup Scjthlan; r'siddam byby Vermont,s Jr; d conclude from this reference that Mr. low prm dam Alsdatbih lllot was tired by AleunJtr's AbsUI ly Ilonncr Gray His gt last season won hod token half of it my usual health ami he Cox considers tho hearty hand shako of bv Maiubitisu Chief Knsle; 4ihd.1n1 by Onstutt's I'elesraph. He stood secosid the list nf winaing mes. He was returned." a Living Colt. jlah; ist 4am ItlandiniKeif Jim ami inkers sired I'ickard t Hi, Vermont, Jr, by Vermont, dam by Oliver Mes- genuine friendship ie a wasted foice. I $25 to Insure st yeart old and bit gel won from il;r in II following: Maud senger Chief, Sr, produced the Alexander's AbdalUn (so of Hvtdst't lists Marvel 1 8; llessic remember ban Uh.ikus which, although Meksengcr 164, Abel 3 .The best 01 tare taken with wares and grass at UcliMilsa, sire f Ketler j itH)- lie sueJ iU44 Stol.xu sofor m. res st Ji'so'per Pasture 111a utuai raie, m.Hith Nu re m not responsible lur niitilcnls smitk .MatU la; .Major r.ilijM t so. who In turn iM.330, t'sjjoV,, Robert H. a 35U Manning sponsibiluy for a.mlrnt. rilKTAUED UY 2 a3'4, Katharine S ait. Messenger liirlaja the force limy have been rather great, tnouia any occur. sired Itobrrt Mcl.regor 17, wre of IsuonW ilc( II Am (irecor t iK. fit. Ac IlKLI. Pretty llelle 2 aS; Singely Messenger 2 34. aiier me close 01 ln scoton imnniMici) go Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Wilkes will into training lor a latter retard. S Kln, Messenger Chief, J r, will make the season of '88 in my opinion were not wasted, neither jo, seat tired by Aletandti's Price ; six bottles. $S. Worth $5 a bottle. I'urties that are well informed know that the AMallah. dainsMtl tisbe by Imp Hellfaundtr.Ai are they forgotten. m m Mamlirino Chief, Ine At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. On the whole, financially and other- thoroughbred lloodmuit U in the Holler and Met.eoer t hief, Jr, thcMrraf great second dam of Danville Wilkes certainly has plenty ol h. In, tired the Lady l'hrs) dam demg b a thoroughbred horse, and then the a i()f, and Mainbrino I'aiehen. who in turn sired wise, our first lecture was a marked suc- piung cross he has tlnwld tend to produce fast million others is isj and better and H .and also sired the danii of tiu) Wilkes J IJ.4, llsron 3 G1 cess. Kveryoue returned home feeling and good race horses. make Danville Wilkes STONEWALL JACKSON that Sunset Cox's great reputation is Croumls, Danville.will the season at the Kair Wilkos iSsnd the Jams nf I) others with records MX . W. M. JH'B oft to and better n.iy l.oru, ij'. r md high, three )ciii old this A fine siddle stallion by Hubble' did Stonewall Nebb),jvii, iar sire of Nobby, J r , He will stand the season of 1M0 at our I Iscry I Sirodby I'rosior, deserves. nothing more than ho spring, full br.thiT o Maud .Mcs..n;er a ir5i; will stand at same pla.e at llh.and tj Stable in C abOri haid al I'irtt slam b) Kaiwy lly, son f l.eslngtnu will make the nf iH, nt ChurUs Dunn's. THK COMIIINKI) STALLION, Cits. It. IIkock. : tu.lurd. mi coMt dam a Timc saddle msre brsmght from t!.c lir.in. h 2t imks tri.niuiti to Inuure a Living Colt. 315 pike, a Living Colt. Canada a grtwl pimilum male was sssld lur Nhs is a stars buy Mixs lllack Uivens, of Linfoaled April 16, M4, is I).xviLi.r i:ii i. .. ....1 t .... irrc .ni...l... - .. w. We will also staad our Jack, hands inches high, big rnnne and tail; good head, at S25 70 ;;;gj.i: t lilA.lC lit rU;L, ifthjack. Mrn. coln county, in vim'ting neck and tbouMcr, nice hack and quartets, jed go.id. boney trf, Money due :s on as the fa. t is a.icrln iim! or The King, and Proctor Knott Hoyle Heed. Judu'e C. I. Kineaid, the m ,, ,, nt n, c,HBrj colts Will make the season of 1M9 al m stable belweiMi marc parted wiih America; nlte walk, rack andsanttr, ',M,,' Smith Itaiighman's noted Jack, at 5J for Jack Louisville Times' ellicient eorreftpoiub S.hfs,btF,tV MnJ 4 CHARLKS Dl'NN gait in harness '''"'steville. In l.msoln county, At SKVKN DLI.AIlSio insure. Season due "i,ln . me feolts and ij for Jennets and all at $10 to mares This handsome Mlow will be permiltesi to tenr 'iiiiiw.iiii iiiisioiniiic pise, ai when insrc is parted with ent, in expected here this week, where or mule col.s. oniyniicrii cnoicc maret at the low price nl II G .VCX'RTIS (tOVKK A hen rttamwl oil colls tilt season money is he will remain for some time, drinking paid. J. K. IIAUOHMAN, IiiHtirc Hustouville, Ky. 15 the country air and getting ready for his S15 STALLIONS FOR 1SK0 Mares will he ktpr al e cents per week, Us . S , .. HI 1.. ...! .11 f.ii ummw mu Mi, ii hi mu ic aiinweu to .erve arduous work at the Capital the coming Un sin. at o.iins' ruk. but all tare taken to pretent a mares mat are niii regular brccilers. Muney due not The Premium Saddle Stallien, fall. Mr. Obo Watkius, of Terryville, when the colt comes, mare sold or transferred A sidcntt Parting with marrt shall lorfeil Ihe insuram e in IMP. LONDON, while driving a huge uasion heavily laibj hen will be held on all colts ,until paid for. eserycase Any information will bcgisrn at rnv Descriutiun and ln fhi.r I. siahloril uii ki,ol. .. ..a. bands high, sired by the Iwmc miles east fell backwards, on the road It it red sorrel, stands c hands j Imlu-- in height; ' Chestnut ilallioo. t en with logs, idr'sing pie t alius e poilclfiie 4 years old this spring. lias big tail and mane He Knsal Ijs lander lirst dam llraielet by Angelus, orb and fractured bin opine between the is by llarriinn Chief, he by Clark Chief, tlw sire ' l',m Hrunrlte by Codnngtoii; jd dam Miss '1 CHAS L ItllW Utjkes Thome dsni bv the shouldera. Hist body i panthv.cd from of Ijiiy s itr,. 1 18 His dam Lule. ChUf.dam al see iiuaby theCaster, 4th pedigree.the CoIohH.Ai. " sr w nanxer n ir further ineaamoi lliirnson Jr, is ' Low lander, Ins sir, was by Dalesman out of the point of injury down, and he now lies Jo- mi 01 allon s Mambrinn, he out of a mare Will make the season nt iS"v at my stable In '')" exandcr s Abdallah, ail dam bv Minevokes. l.nlra by Winohonuil be by th" ("er famous Pan V.. Bails K) , and will !jc permitted in a hopeless condition, .lainef II. Oen- - i,e byn iu Lexington; jsl tam by Miawhan t lorn saloon li.ilema ,y Kniv 'I'om. the miMit suc count), to serve mares he nglund hat eser produced ; hit sont ,tli sir Kegisleicd, stl ,W A r A. try wived a valuable cow that had s ol- - Hill, 5th by Hall ninckings. 6h dam by Davy Crock- cessful mm, I.King nan and 1'haeton wereimort-e- d I.h. L.. llaliuni dum Uy VelV Crw ureal At $10 4. to the U, S. and made Ihemtelsrt fasnoutas llrown coll, its, baud, high, foaled Mav ft, ,u, len up from eating clover, by .sticking an wtler. 11 itii- f Jsiredby METKlll'tlLITAN , 17s! sires nf winners. King 'lorn was by Harkaway Money due when service is rendered. The splen-d- i awl into her fitomaeh and insertinj; a commned'geidimi. a filn broh.r t 'ar.?J! rutJr the sire of Irish llitdiatiher and Kunglia llallotigh IsssssssssR ET. O lirst dam Ltdn II by Lumber 176, sire ol Lads record that Stnnewjll Jackson. Jr, has mude in Jr, furli.ino; nlsosnld two otlt.rs lit (sire nf l.amliKton Ilaltimae's dum by ssssBK? rt " ;K and i,e dam of .MhuIo Wllkst m the fair rings, con.bincd with the sale of his cults cauej'oint, from which the pith had been ,Vbe Renaker told finnilii,r rnMkin.i $i,rso Mr ..i.i, rn. hn 'lis seen thai Loudon list two close Lumber 2 e P stamp him asone of the grandest sires of the State. t'lCiUlCtl Ollt. Advocate. and .J"", so ou can Hie the breed of tin. 1 ult is itKire crosses of Pantaloon ramp through sire runs id dai.i Caula b Alesander't Norman tt (.ire nreetung, we nave u show ine estimate 01 sougnt alter than am liter stallinn nt ihey bring through l.anorcxt, Ioui Intone, (lienthe record to proc that rive nf his colts raised by ,h"'' "" ",1,er co, eu, while tnroiign his dam lie truces 10 Miller, horosiglibied. b) Ralph, ulidin Pr!' ".Miiii'h inhumanity to man make ' Mares thoroughbred, by Imp Kilipte, ith dam Messrs Harris has e been sold for Jj5 svhile a kepi al Jj jo prr month Ortand Wi,rmlt-- llinliati her, he Caster, ShIgra ss tt 6 p. Train leave Itmvtin.l at m. Lk.xi.miton, April 'J7th. Two weeks ao it was niinotiiiml by tliu Lecture Association of the State Colletru Hint tliu (liHtlnrtiiHlietl Congressman from New York City had eonsenteil to favor the friends of our hist tution this evening with n leeture, miliject "Poetry of Me-hiiIII-cient ue TRIAL. 2:31 Wedirwcinl, oil 1-- 4, ijoll.l J iS(4 ; His daughters base produced j 191 Vllnu, a'lo'f, and n IS in the nlhrrt ijo M".i in. ,j.tl V!'' Stinford hy Second ilain, full sisFirst Dam, lletlle Kiukead, bv Contraclnr, loDi.slhe sue of Dr. West ter to I) Monroe, a j3; liyjim .Monroe Sn, the sire of I.nd) Monroe, a 16K; Monroe Chief, J.ilV fourth dsni by Kitlie Dates, and j others in the 1 Jo list I hlrd dam b Dmall's Mcmlirlim '1 horiHighbred llelmont Chief ! a bay and weighs i,iuo ounds, loaled in SS8, bred by J. L. Cousr, Midway, Ky. Ilelmiint Chief in appearance is scry much like his sire He troted a mile at Decatur, Mich , In iMJ In t: Considenne the loiueiitratli'li of speedy blood, Kle. sl)le, shape nnd tinllinii ksIIom t line the inmost confidence in the results to he obtained! by brecdinitto him. Ills first rolls wil be detel oped for speed, thus making an ently showing of his cv client iialities and bring' his tolls into prominence. Ilelmont Cheif will make the season of 18; ut niv stables in Mi Kinnr), VEDETTE, JR., T J C.al-lat- in 1 O JE S JL :r, PILOTWILKBS. hamr-ioi1 grand-dals-gl- ( The Teacher n Ed. Barlow, 2375. 1 Walker r sea-to- n I Jay-K)- Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyaxidott, 5526. to Insure. j to-da- y -- 111 t', ses-tie- General BREECHLOADER iunibii-tonian- . WIKI.IAIS. Danville Ir. Wilkes! H. -- - I I y 1 . No-4- . 1 Nervous Prostration, 11 4 ) Cofiper-lflllm- it. n, i 1. ii le-- 1 tii-i- e - ' I rer-or- d . .. .' 11 t I j 111 lut., . , I Ayer's Sarsaparilla, 1 I ii. - ; , 1 - llan-vill- a ' I . rcc-ir- d MSSS 1 1 SMUX." i I ; Kt.-- -- . 1 ht-- r HARIUSONCHriSF.JK., 'SlOtolnsuro Jfc-- I Black Jo hn, 1 111 ! !, to a Living Coll . s Ten Dollars to Insure. 4 i I -- I Stonewall Jackson, Jr. I'ediirree--liar1 j V$ I L IM ' ' C mis Terra Aita 9525. lie Season, 111s j - i- - I I'anta-foo- lmfi 1 wiuciir poo S a P - n' S' 1 rj VH S--' 51 ggpimnT,wiinv,f yz. -- . niiinberof colts belonging to other psrties have sold for joo tu $1,500. Also sire of Jerry I. , trot ter, 2 a8', Muiicwall Juceson, Jr, stands lull 16 hands high, beautiful bay color, magnificent carriage mid action and shows ill the stable lot just as well as he does in the fair ring. He was sired by Stone all Jaikson, 1st dam llelle bv Messenger, Jr; 2d dam Sallie Cook by Helm's Yorkshire; 3d dum Hob Mosby'a race mare , by Hainblctomaii. Stonewall Jackson by Washington Denmark, he by Imp tledgford, 1st dam b) CrusadiV, ho by Old Whip Mes.cnnir, Jr, by Voting American; ist dam by Ofuo'c Voung America, by Wake L'p Jake, ist dam byOld Sweeper.a very last pacer: Wake L'p lake b Dawning's liny Messenger, ist dam by Nedley Thus it will bo seen that he has the blood necessary to muke him what he is the yriMt and siiLcessful ire of horses for all liurnocs. r.utiirage for mares ut reasonable terms. I'. S. Colts v ill stand for the season. t"" -- relMllter taken to present ai nlenls but not re- countless thousands' should an) tsccur c 1' SANDIDt.K font Chicago paper has bepii invewtiga-titiMllledg. siPe, Mar. h -. 1S8.. wi-ei- A '" I - l.-dell- a. mi s j ,- tdlTiXffiBr'4yjitTfty5CTfc7f -- ' CO We the undersigned have breJ to and seen the colls of the well known harte, Stonewall Jnckson Jr . and it affords us pleasure to say that he is a good breeder Hit colts have giten satisfaction in every particular number of tliuni base desel-0udwell as combined .inimals and have won the premiums in the show rlnj;.. I'eler T. Ijeniry, Thumas ins illc Cecil, Ch.u. T. Worthinglon 11 bWESam&tmmme .TsKtr V iivS?--Va.- if-- lr tnglish D is Wm. Kiic. IHOS. . WAI.Kl'K, Lancaster r CO WM. ADAMS t ' WJVv & S0N,!Zi ' ?!ftis'J9?34- UY - KY. Ilrotlier in hlood to Kins I'hlliu. record 2 36U. Cliettnut horse. UK hands, fo.ued i8g ureu by John J Curtis, soiiiity, Ky. SIRKD MAMI1HINO KINO, 1179. MARVELOUS I It. n MEMORY Only Genuine Nyitrm of.tlemory Trntnlue. Four Hook. Learned Iu one readlaff. fllliul wunderlnK cured. Krrry rhlld unit adult ftrnatly beneflttrd. Irospoctns, with opinions of Dr. Win. A. Hum-tnouil, the world.fsmnd HpeeUlitt la Mind Dnnlel tirei'iileiirTliniiipson, the great . .11. nrisr I .. tr. .V. iiiieKii'7, ir.ir.. eaiioroiine RLnl MrnKlnr. I ho V. Anlor, Jloim. lulu, snilothnni, JllilKlitJlbisnn, JuduliT, sent pott frwn by I'fiii:: A. J.OIMKTTU. 2lJT I'lrtlt Ave, IS. Y. . 1 DISCOVERY. Orest Indacementa to Oorrotpondeoeo Ulssses. farm on the Stanford and MllteUgcvillepikc at ist dam Miss I'ltchen tiy.Mainljrino I'.itcliun, 8, ad dam by Delinonico, sire of Darby, a i6j. id dam by AusterliK. Jilanibrino Kini; is pronounced the handsomest horse In the world and is the sire of Amy King, 13J4 ni't,; 2 Henrietta tii),';1 Mocking llird 2l'hilip ; Llyria 351'.-- , Lady Mac 35 Jj and King ; he the sire of Lexington 2 2. 2 2t'4 Mainbrino l'atchen, sire of the dam of King Curtis, is full luothur 10 Lady 'I borne a 6J and sire of Lomlun 2 :a' ,; Katie Middleton 22; Mambritio Kalo j 14: hat 16 in 2 30 list, and is unsurpassed as .1 site of producing dnint. King Curtis will make the season of 18C0 at my S. 3ID to Insuro a Livo Colt. Oood pasture at $2 per month, but will iut be sponsible for accidents or efspes, A. W. CARI'UNTEU. 10 re- j s trotter n.itiiMit niiiiieil Unbelt Isurus was kicked on .. , . hlch tail nl tide iu me iiiiiu ov thorpresence of a iiuiiiImt of ougnnreas on bothgtiieraiiou ; is uai Keuvervurli ...to death in the suits, makimr him gait; in people. Hums' death was reported as and ttiriglnl) intired by form mul tinit.li a perfect miidel. Ilc was bumpier Dcunrirk, he by from natural causes on the olllcial regis- f!oiil,irilt Denmark, he liv l.inni-- i A, t r..,nu il. Deuninrk, he by ihe raie horse Denmark, he by examination heltl "'if' niumiuiu ter, but a ins nri uaiu was siren uy sir Wallace, lie by Todhuuter's Sir Wallace nt hy proved the charge of murder. Sir Albert IhcrouKhbred;; jd dam by v irginius, Idam of Virgiiiiui tiy Tranbj, thoroii)liliredi; he It Don't Pay. by the iclcoratcd Mason's Whipp; jd dam n with tinnrlain rumndiet when af- W hipp nwre. To experiment flicted with any of the ailments for which lnauro. Golden Medicjl Discosery is recommendI IIY MKIKOI'DI IIAN.i,;,, ed, as it is sn positively certain in its cutalivc efALLEN BASHFORD, Son of Kysdik's llnmlilclonian fects as to warrant its manufacturers in guaranteeilll.uk colt, foaled in 1885; by Caliban 2 ii sire of ng; it to boiiufii or cure, or money paid for it is re Son of Wallace Denmark nboie; ist dam by Mil. C Dam JOLllU, I' Clay J 18, Cvcl"iie j j)s,Coiitter ajft1 Itr's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark ; ist turned. It is warranted to cure all blocd, skin da... Ri.riie; ,d da.n by Monlgonier '. Ohsvr'. his il.im Alice O by I'ascard 1 m, son ol Almnnt, sire liy lllood Chief, 701 Vd s itnerspooti 1 io',,; jii dam Madam tetter and all scrof. dam by old Dreiinon Tom is a liueshaped Horse, ol tannic Sire Of KhIIMIa ltAM,,.n . 1. and scalp diseases, .. rnicli dam hand, " ""1 ,"",) ""1 Wl" sail; 15 hi"' " high; Alice llascom01 1cniuia i Pun.;,, ..1.1 b I . ..i ' .. ulous sores and swellings, at well as consumpiion, ,ull,el: 44 and '" "dllu id dam hy liciiernl ay lor Caliban J J4 1... .Mum- (which is scrofu a of thelung. if tu'aen in time iVee'lfcr Desier nndlliriiVo, I V, """.";"" l.l.iril dam of American Mar uriiio Pilot, (sire of llaunit , Mambrmi. (lift and gnen a lair trial. ". ,0',l on,! "( dam Cassia by Cns.ius M. Clay, sire of , , ! ?h.iKVl e heft i ndnil Don't hawk, hawk, blow, spit and dltgutt 'p.i.ci.l by ever i1.'.'"1 ,,al"u 2 t! and Durango Harry Cliy Till f foaled ! with jour offensive lireath, but use Dr, 2 ir.ilam I'earlle Leon Almo ""' V,l;,."a Yic''''. mi, lug hell I ... "..'TV1'." sale 'nr lire of nrauvlll. ,r.l ..I Sage's Caiarrh Remedy and end It. This line Jack is by Riant, he by Imp. Palermo; dam l,v American Civ.'tun of WoRoner ; s dam -f.y John Campbell' Io,"?, .' ?,,.PTI M td II ood ist dam by ltobiiiton't Sampson, he bv Imp ' Mingo, son of American I ilipse Duncan l;ilaiii Miss si'?.? ',' ad dam by Imp llcrir.iiul Jaco's nt d.tm Kilkenni.y by Counh! anil Cough! I and Cough! ! ! Alexander's Abdallah, sire of liold- - tut id Zn I Jer;.ran.lI;"" ''V ra Almoin ' ri.U by lllack H,ik. ad dam liy Tippecanrc. " ' ""0l l "' smith Maid 2 14 ! ui dam by Mambrinn Chief, sire W olVy l, worm 11 the reason you will cough 'ired , What in the This it a haiidtoiiin Jack, 4 years old, 16 hands J ol",,,k"" id dam Kate by of and lllood't m.rl '"?k.,lred "leV4',iln' and keep coughing and still keep trying Inferior high, blaik with meiity noe. Will serve a lew of damdam Director S17. o8t,. The i.iinlj-- . Pilot Jr. Chief, 2 of Mnud of sire of of V011 Aro,,,, ,oU an l lleggs' Chirry Cough Syrup will Jennets medicines when Jf-ped.greethowttwocios.es of Mainbrino Chief, Branj " al"i the The above slock will mnke the season of iSo, at l.vo of Pilot. Ir. two of Henry CI.lv and one of, I'rotieiic j iv positively relies e your cough .it once ? '1 hit It no my I linn ......,,, ,, 11,1111 tjiii. II3V. ui. i1.... r.,.0"r".,."J . . miles from Hiulouville, near Carpen1. i nilvcrtidng scheme, but an .icluiil fact nnd we ter's Malion, and will he permitted to selve by the Hainblelonian: built unoii t pacing anil thorough extremely line n,l slyl.s , 'wYl ' ik ' ,1 K" a"U bred fuiindution 'Hits colt will sertc mares nt of 1B89 at my ti.ihle "'",.0n K Penny, druggist insurance, Morel ,11 s guarantee it 10 to lnauro. We will also stand the n toil Jack. How can Parents Wallace $12.50; Tom $10, At $10 to lnauro a Living Oolt. Allow thelrcliildren to cough and strain and cough PEYTON EMBRY, JACO ut i$ lor Jack colt anil i$ lor Jennet. and calmlj say "Oh, It is only a little cold," nnd At to ItlBUro. Slock committed to my care and breeding will lug W1U consideration, laklngsijc.style and breed- In Lien retained on all mli. .1 ir ''"' mare ' rc'brc d keep giving them cheap and dtirKerous medicines we think this the cheapisinto another bursa nr ,,,.i..i W1" niil ihe vnro down with the lung feser or con. receive mv pertoii.il itllcniion. Grass furnished stock csorolferud. ulle Grass furnished a l . Care will be kept on Krast ot h per month. No re- - UlVntop by at reasonable rntes, 10 he paid for before remevul Mares sumption, when they csn be so easily relies cd of stock. No responsibility for accidents ores, ps,,nslbilll. For lurther particulars mil on or inonslbillty "caI'c l'1" '" re- lleggs' Cherry Cough syrup : 11 ns no sur crior oapes. Parting with stock forfeits insurance. 'uld an occur. S. II. or J. II. IIAUOHMAN. Idiots 14 N.S WIOIIAM, J. S rKKLE CAKPIINTKR. .StimfVd, Ky. and few eiual. A. U. Penny, druggist. ,7 Mortland, Ky Hi-iI "-....--., tbeCook County THK KANt SADDLK STALLION, Insane Asylum and the lvmilt of his work furnishes a f.enr.fltio:i. lie t Hentto the institution as a "patient,", hut was released as cured Sat unlay. He' terrible brutality on the part of charn ImMoiv leuvln- - the attendants. the .u .a!.f uMr,c.V !$ lavlitni no Satiiniiiv the ri'liorter wivs f "u aiaucyalid a naiuial ami ploasani saddler-,' is 00mwlieniimellv driven in li:irm. urtteo ". Im.i1, liken alleged crui-ltiemi- t Wall&Ce De3ima5fe. . Jit tti.finS'nu" 11 - .., poxt-mort- em I , j, Iroivn tan and all the ui st famous performers and tires l.uo) Mary tboroug bl.iod. by Sunipl.r, Mh dam llUckliiira, thwonglibred, by llln. Uurn't In Kligland Loudon has had live colts 10 sl.lrt hip, jib dam Mary llrown. thorohchhrt-tlb and three werr winners I'hls horse will stand lleuKtis,Sh()m The Jaunt mate, thorougir-Ired-, 11 living colt $20 to lnauro h Imp Janus Metropolitan ijjj full brother to Kenm Vi t CONCRECAN, 4, slum of I'riMirtun Knclid j ,K,t Ksdykt HambUiunmu,t lut,, dam H)cinib In 1st .1 llnv Imrse, 16 li.iiul. high, b Ten llr ck ut olumtei a 17, id dam Clant dam of Hester uam dam of r'ellnw plaj and Drake Caller bv 1 17, A mu Ationa 1 tov,) by S,,!,-,1i'laiiet; sd .Krulite, I ellowi rail's and Amentan Star, j.l dam lcKia.lty mire (dim - f by Lesingion, jd dam I'loriiiH, t ri 0 by Imp. (leiut. tin 10 the stud t.t.f.rs LiiiiiUri7iV.,record 1 by Krlcsson ,o, dam lawk lur estended peillgr- e and find no richer by old C an.11tl.ln Pilot. 4J, (io In racing calendar and find the line he blood Norman js AlexamliTsJ by the Morse riorse. us dam Mo.om mare by M.ignum lUiniim N,.rman , r , r "rignieti iwiirs who groai arniesemeiin lie com sired Lulu j 14 and May (Jueen s to Three ,.f tunes the bliid of leticn, l.mingion and I'hse- - of Ills sons have sired ...... ..., 1.1. ,, ll.n- -l 1i. .! ....I, daughters are ihe dams of o' in ,on(l,,laf,r (Iirri-,1- ...- - -. .... .,,,m:i.m -. -, ilt. , i,esiniciwsi in ic loriiiiEii .limine anil raniiif A'U "'" ",alc,'": season at aiy Hollon, thednin of len lirmckand tilcncoe, thine slaMe" in Klnrlne, I'ochahoiitas. etc. If ihn old adage thai "IIIikhI will tell" is good, this young horse At 510 to Insuro a Living Oolt. will prove his wonh bv gttilng progeny thai will show in fiont "nt the finish." lie It greallv in Note -- Terri Alia made full mile in 1 .0 with marks and fnrrn like his sue, the famous Ten sis week handling (. H S CKllW Hrmck, whose 1 mile reenrd has only beenbenieii by his son. Drake Carter, a full brother to Com re lleis wall put up. ttmngls knit itud has ihe Ktn musclcs.and quarlursof nil ihe best descendants of Lcslf'Kton and will make the imon at $20 to s , 111 I i jji . m - 1 ,,. ,.,r, , l'"" 11 . Tom IRobinsoii ''' RINGOLD. " ", a 1 iVn: JACO a) t- nt'r rvoi ,, iiaav Li.,1'"1 .C , . Alain-mot- ti, ' j, '"d tl 1 ,' I .. at at .,,., ' .i.'i HLir- - T' " in1 111 - ' ' - s . - ' ..,."'. '' ism in ' ,,i '." 3asi