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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889050701 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. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. DANVILLE, t, Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY. MAY BOYLE COUNTY. 7, 4889. NO. 25 HUSTONVILLE. LANCASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. Sovcnil mwM of typhoid fever in ami about London. M. M. Harnett, of Lauicl, Iiiih been appointed a deputy U. S. niitrttlinl. Considerable frtn liure last 1'iiday ni(jlit, Imt most of tliu faiium nr cif the opinion tin' fruit it not yet Inju.cd miri-ouM- y. ten A grey eagl, inusuiliignix inelien from tip to tip, wiim killed by John Hlankenslilp about thicc miles hoiUIi of Iiiti' Tliiuwlay. Mm. Wled.nor, wifo of Fred NVietl-meom of tint proprietor of the I'laning Mill, died about '2 o'clock Sutunlny of consumption. The agonv in nt last over ami J. I. Weaver Ih postmaster. Thu postolllce at this placo pays something like l,00 a year, not to be grunted at, you see. The (i. A. It lieuibpiiirten for the department of Kentucky him been undisplace with V. Hirclng Commander and A. CMesuian Ailjutant J. M.t'row, of bmisvilh', lectured in tlic M. K. Church hero Saturday Tick of night, subject, "The whs good, but the Tiini'." The lecture Uov. Toll-Tal- e fit General. crowd was hHiii. J. T. Williams is one of the most enterprising hibii we have. The ground had not got cold when? ids atom-rooburned until ho had nod ware-hous- e coinuisMiccd the election of another building on the name lte. Little Hill Scovllle, who wim o bad y hurt by Iselmz run over by a heavily loaded wagon the llrst of last week, Ik rapidly recovering. The wheel passed diagonally across his breast and at the time the doctors thought his chance for recovery exceedingly doubtful. Hill i a favoiitoof the town. week. Ivl 1'arker was called home last week on account of from the thu eurloii illnis of liis little daughter, Mb Muttlc who has typhoid fever. of ltev. J. A. Sawyer, Stiwver. daughter and has been very who lias (Mime low for some time, is slowly intpmv'iig. J. W. Alcorn, of Stanfoid, was ben-lus- t Kt ili-fti- M The Grcca River R. R. j t J gentleman who has just returned from Casey county said this morning I took a tiip on the Cincinnati t Green lliwr road, which runs from Kings Mountain, on the Cincinnati Southern, to Yosemite. in Casey county. It is without exception, the nuM remarkable The untin' rolling road In America. engine of utock consists of a second-hanml live battered the oldest nittern, freight cars. They originally had a coach, but' it was wrecked and filnce then they have not been able to There went four purchase another. men in the party besides myself and one young Inly- The latter was given a seat hi the cab of thu ongino beside the engineer, and the rest of us wore compelled to sit on the cow catchur. The train moved very slowly and the road was horribly rough, the rails being so small that they bent in every direction under thu weight. We were provided with a good supply of roeks and made ourselves useful by throwing at the cows nnd hogs which crossed tin track, keeping them out of thu way of the train. Near Yosemite tlic road Mops abruptly at the edge of a chll", and tne train has to back down the hill on a side switch. In onlerto prevent the tiaiu from running over the dill' the contractors with rare discretion built the roan up against an enormous sugar tree, which served as a bulwark." The train carries the mall between Kines Mountain and Yosemite, ami the mail bags are thrown into thu tender of the engine. Often the Liters are thrown saw the llreinan shovel in loose and several of them into tho furnace with the coal." Ixiuisvillo Times. A d pan-winger - 1 i Makino Camciioii t.v J.ii.N. is made in Japan in this way: After a tree is felled it is. cut up into chips, which me laid in a tub or large pot partially tilled with water and placed over a slow lire. Through holes in the bottom of the tub stoam slowly rises, and heating the chips generates oil and camphor. Of course the tub with the chips has u closely lltting cover. From this cover a bamboo pipe leads to a succession of other tubs with bamboo condinections, and the last of these tubs is compartments, one above vided into two the other, the dividing lloor being perwaforated with small holes to al owtho pass o tho lower comter and the oil to partment. The uppi'r compartment is supplied with a straw layer, which l catches and holils tne campiior m as it passes to tho cooling in deposit process. The camphor is then separa-tci- l from the straw and packed '"tubs. for ilium The oil Is used by the purposes. -A- merican natingand medicinal Cum-pho- r eij-tani-ives -- A number of hogs are being shipped Tuesday, will lie the regit- Sheep shcaiing has not progressed I a Candidate lor Clerk of the Court ol tn the action of the democratic warty. Elec lar monthly meeting of Hit Commeiciiil very far and hence the wool market is from this point to Cincinnati. Oood tion Aus;ut, iljo Chili, ones are bringing 4 cents per lb. (scarcely quotable. B Ciileher Brothers aio building an of- The rural readers of tho Courier- KWlf' uT "S-Our village is tscntially dull thu W lice next to Mr. Fox's ait gallery and as "nations wards" being too lazy uven to Journal and the Times aie longing for soon ih it is completed they will move play base lull, or get up a riot at church. tho time when 1'ioetor Knott and LONDON, KENTUCKY, the telegraph wires from their hotel into Ilov. Mr. Hruce pleached tho llrst will fall into innocuous desuetude CAPT. FRANK B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR it. Mention of his engagement at the I'resby- - or some other hole. Thoroughly Renovated and Refurniihed. Firit It looks as though business was on terian church on Sunday to a large and dipt. Isaac Singletoh, an aged eiti-- , clan Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and nighl Hie increase in Danville. There issisuree- - interested audience, zen, died of softening of the brain at bis Trains are met by Polite Porters ot thit Popular ly a business house vacant now, when The host of Friday night brought residence in this city on Saturday morn-House. several mouths ago at leaM it half do.en mourning, lamentation ami war to tiie ing at - o'clock. His lemaius were inC. A. BENEDICTS CO., were vacant. early gardeners of t'is vicinity, having terred in Lancaster cemetery on Sunday One of tiie fair damsels iufoimed me caught most of them napping. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, afternoon. that show day with the ladies will not We have information of thu drown-- , Our sick folks report no improve STANFORD, KY. take place, till the :M Sunday. Don't niont. John Cooper seems to be slowly ing of dipt, irrant I.eid, in San Carlos blaino them; It would look like pressing wasting uwav. Mrs. Vanarsdale seems Hay on the iMth ult. dipt. Keid wastliu Wells drilled to crder and Pumps lurnished at Absolutely the season now to comu out in tlieirsiiin- - to be hopeful under a change of treat-mo- r commander of tin; sloop, chartered for a factory prices. j0 marvel of purity. "liggin'." inent. S. Cowan was very low at last season by the Harnes "Troupe" and Tim powiler necrvinp More cl' mimical streliKln and whol'mencs We make tho assertion that thcivj accounts, friends when they started on their cruiso than the ordimry kinds aril an iwt lie iiold In LOUIS SOHLEGEL, low tent, liort competition wth i hope to be able soon to report n from l'unta (ionla. are fewer men in Koyle county who are weight, alum or phosph itc pw !rr. Sold only in l seeking olllce under the present admiuis-- ' icvival in tiie matrimonial market. In (ieo. Smith, of Uirininghaiii, Ala., is cant. HOi.I. IIAKIMJ l'OWDr NewCO.. 18 Voik. no Wall rect, (ration tliau any county in the State. fact the reason assigned for the wuathur visiting liis friends and relatives here. . ICY. rtlCIIMON-J- J Two or three are after the postolllcc ami heliiu so strangely out of joint is that I'rof. T. F. Lear), of Covington, is here LICK 3T. HCTJiriPMjVN, Photographs in all styles and sliei. Pictures in S. S. Fry wants to be pension agent, are our oldest ami most reliable mctcorolo-abou- t teaching several of our young men the India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New de. SURGEON DENTIST, signs In Frames and Mat at very low onces. all the applicants c know of. gist is busy cheiishing a tender bred of ait of Our town will STANrORD. Kkntickv. Hearing the remarks of some persons hope which he trust soon to see bios- - shortly lose another good citizen. I'rof. Oftlce south lde Main, cvtrodoori boe Depot St, ilxmt the music at some of the chuicbesi som into a garland with which to deck Clino has engaged to teach in Hamilton S. O. DAVIS, cattbua me to remark how important it is his patiiarchial brow. College, Lexington, and will move there PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, to have a good choir in tho church. Mr. Joe Jones, wife and brother, of 'in a short time. 11. C. Kaulinian and believe tilmo.it as many people go to hear Stanford, spent Sunday with Mr. and family are visiting relatives in Huston-Mrs- . DENTIST. M.T. J. v. the music as go to heir the preaching, Swain. Messrs. Meiiefee and New- ville. Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Just so sure as the singing is poor at laud visited Mr. s.nn Cowan same day. The centennial is past; the poets Office on Lancaster ttreet, oppotite court hoime Special attention given to diseases of children chnruh, every liody will lemaik about it. ' Charlie Hishop Is still an invalid. Miss have sung their songs of fieeilom; the Stanford, Ky. The music at all the churches in Dan-- Fannie Harper, going home from church bird of libertv spread herself unusuallv ROLLER MILLS. ville is good, but could be made much Sumlay, in making a sliott turn had a wide, but the shadow of her wings fell STANFORD I. M. BRUCE, better. wheel to come oil' her vehicle and was upon but few acres of laud that we did All peron wiihtng a pleatnt life and well made at them pleated James M. Walton was married on thrown out and pretty badly bruised. rob the ted man of. Whenever we want Stanfordwife let Mills. ue Patent it Flouryour gro- LIVERY, Call for Roller at STABLE, on gnt have Thursday owning to Mis Ijuim Honta, a little more territory we sing a song of cery, and if they or get not order it from hand, ur?e them nnd an them to keep it No or Other Disease. , of this place, Kev. J. L. McKce olllcia-tinftWiUm drivi. tlu. woaktlI. I(l.onle Itct it at the .Mill and I will guarantee a pleaiatit STANFOIII), KV. . to the hditor Interior JuuriMl and interesting family. Mr. Walton graduated at Centre i(HU' their possesions, put up a liberty pole 9$ W. N. POTTS, Supe rintcndcnt At IIomk, Mav i.- -I see in the College last year ami has been attending 1,1)0,lt SPKCIAL ATTK.VTIO.V to COMMERCIAL rol l'ri,.Ver "" of vn.ir KiiM.r of'll,,, 111 :, imt llmt n.v travelers. Horses and mules Lought and sold. tbo Seminary most of the time since. other. A. EVANS, HARRY cattle are living mM others are sick. Only horsesnnd vehicles used in Hsery Wo congratulate Mr. W. in winning the N'ovv, if there is a sentence in Also agent for the the CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. hcait and hand of so pretty ami lovable article that Is true or reseiiihlini; truth, I WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING COSTANPORD, K.V a girl as Miss Honta. Thev left SaturAurelitts Payne, a farmer, am unahle to see it. never notilled tho day for his home in H.irbourvillo, where e was liwinj: of Fort Wayne, Ind., aeil lil, was State Ito.ml of Health that Engineering and Surveying in he will take charge of the Presbyterian ricil last week to .Miss Alice Culewan, hy a singular all branches. at all, uonliil church. ei '27. This is the old coder's 8th order its local meinour. Dr. Steele Bai- ROWLAND, KV., Miss Johns, of l'leasiiruville, is with Ij1 "DAfl?DC! Trader, UoMcmen and ley, to examine the allected Btockaiid re- - w'ih-'- i ix having tiled on his hands, and 1? the rounlie AltlM JjLIIO, Sfxkmi.il ol and Washing 11. Johns, her brotliHr, Dr. J. Dealer In for a of Marion llovle, Lincoln, (iarrard ort, ami I have not lost III valuable the 7th heing divorced. ton uill ltev. J. Lipley McKeu has Mrs. Jane II. Hnirland, of Chriotlnn terest torind all the news r'iai.ni; io uiaiicrn m in Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Shorthorns, nor are there others sick, them In the to Harbourville. Dr. L. S. Clothing, Hardware, and no one lias ever heard it from me or county, who obtained a divorce from the leading pap. issuedADVOCATE Central Kentucky lud.ij and rndayof Hoots, Shoes, Tinware, Furniture and a has returned from F.urope, where my family. The facts are thase: Two her husband last November, met him each week, ear Send jc tcnt nnd try it for three months Address II ( lioyle, Ilusiness he has been for about three mouths. Dr. weeks yesterday I had a poor, dry cow the other day and hein unable to with-th- Manatrcr, Danville, Ky 15 General Lino of Crocorios, A. S. Price Is with his brother-in-law- , had been tliiu in llosli and seemed stand liis plea for another trial, she will-oFancy Ondics, Canned Good., &c. Dr. Sam 1'. (.Irani, HiMing him in 'Ins the decline for US mouth, to die slid- - injily surrendered and tney were All kind of Produce taken in exchange for Roods dental business. Judge M. J, Durham I did not think that povery alone ried at once. a mswiswihssm jMIMlWia wsw have secured the services ot a competent Carand wife have taken rooms at the PerThe Haihotirville News tells that riage Maker and am prcparsd to do uny nnd all killed her (die snelled up immediately) kins Housu. Mr. .Mark Wakefield, who and a week Carriage. Vc to auo this evening my milk Jolin Slusher obtained license April '.'2d kinds of repairing me will have my personal suWork entrusted to . oi.b ..VUii ueiier. cows were driven up and milked, all to marry M.s Nancy Jane Luster, but pervision. All work guaranteed. Price W.M. IJAUGHER1Y. good health. The next morn- - w lien he went to make her hi wife she M'cniini' in Tiik UkstTiiii: to Hatiik. The best E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor ing one of them dropped dead and was nrsed a row because he had been talk- time to bathe, according to the Iiudou swollen ton perfect strut as large as two ing soft talk to .Miss Hhoda Cook and l.aiicct, is just before going to bed, as MT. VERNON, KY. wouldn t pet form her part of the cows, and suspecting she was poisoned No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, any danger of catching cold is thus avoidand its proprietor Is determined that it Hotel is still maintain having seen one swell so told Mr. nes. Accordingly Slusher returned the This old and shall be maintained. ed, and the complexion is improved hy Charges reasonable. Spe(entry, who whs going up to town on license on the I'dtli with "no property ing its fine reputation. keeping warm for several hours after business, to stop ami see Dr. Itailuy and found inscribed thereon and got aiioth cial attention to the traveling public. Al. P NKWCOMB, Prop., He has recently added to Its appointments leavim: the bath A couple of pounds of :wk wn s ,,.,,,", bv ,'10 Stj;tt. to er "pair" .or himself and Uhoda, the Ml. Vernon, K). bran put ...to a thin bag and then put .,, ,,,, rm.ive(, the , ,,, jot wk uMi, U,M ,i ,., ...... ...... , .n . into the bath tubisexcelle.it for hofto.i- - 10 ls?ll . ..LlU in uuin Luiiijiuuiiru ui lis Il," 11.111 10 iiiu .iiiiiv, 0. H. M'ROBERTS, AL D., illlll 'tiMIH. lug the skin. It should be left to soak comedown and examine the cow. Ho' and they were married. in n small citinulity of water several A First-Clas- s Livory Stable STANFORD. KY. ami examined her, hut could not "... ...I i... ...... ..1 came -- Theie 1111are S.V pensioners on the ivitris- iiviiiu" iiiuiir j V...f..,..- I...!.,.. lin.'ii. 'I'l...- iiiiviiiiii full ..i.f In. it ii'iiu (uiiiiritt rii- - tit t To accommoda e the demands of his increased Street, opposite Ilest Turnouts furnished ' aids to,, clour eo.npiexiou are most ,or ,no,,tl' for OliUeon Lancasterto thin place trom Libert, lo transient patronage. and others tm.s nu., as facts, in Hasing removed Commercial Travelers and to r,,,N wl'" ,lmw practice Ills profession, calls the attention ol the he old fthloiiwl LII10V0 Uu, known. the.uwel llxl.i,0Im.IIt of tho; total blindness ready nt all hours ,iri. fact that remedy of sulphur and molasses is con .iwipis pub He ts the to answerho willinbetown or country. rnlli M 1,,n.lr' J"l7 n day or niht countv. I do not believe Dr. Hailev ever Thirty years of his lile ere spent in Stanford and sidered among the best. Charcoal- pow- niadethe Matement as put in the paper, !oM.w '.fe and two children, set hre he deenii it unnecessary to speak ol hi Ability at dered and taken with water is said to bu but some one anxious to keep up with to h.s residence and burn! the bodies a physician and surgeon A share of the patronage of the people of Stanford and vie mty isatked excellent, but it is most dillicult to take. .1 of his victims with it and then shot by linn. i i.i ir iiir iiun.i.1linn iivtti't ?vsniJiiit u iiirwiti, i.i. IWfcJfTj' Wf. A strictly vegetable and fruit diet is folTtJ iB . 1. i l...s f i'sjiii nils, iiii'i ..0...1 .iii.i I.. iiuiiliii- - is r.- - iiimseii. Warsaw, X. C, siiH'eu'd a terrilic lowed hv mauvfor one or two weeks. I pi esi it ami got ahead of the news. cyclone Friday leveling many of the It is said that a Portland shoe manu- learn it has aUo appeared in the Dan- houses and injuring numerous citizens.' LWesesCiyPl.'tM.'iieMBeRsltZIJuJ facturer being asked to assist in provid- ville Advocate, and of course will spread Hail fell to the depth of 8 inches in .Ujj Jrt7mUmmKKKMiJ7imttiSBtS!t7ijtwnrWi n for Throat and Lung Ullll- the alarm, is my apologv for writing m) ing bread for the Miifcriug poor, said seconds, says a dispatch from there. .'.le-ban long bifii, and Htlll i, Ayi rs S"CTTT03ST & CO., Yours, Sn, A. M. Fki.axu. he would contribute to thu extent of much. It pares Croup, t At tireenville, Mis., Weston, a lie- riy UH) bushels of UX) sacks of Hour and Vs looping Cuugli, IJroucbltls, and HTJSTONVILIiE, KY. Daxvii.i.i:. .lames .Madion Walton, gro, shot and killed llintli Cunningham, .. it'liua; sootlies Irritation of the meal to each man who might he found a theological student at the Danville a night watchman, biter in the day,; larynx anil Fauces; strengthens thu Are still In the business and ready to do anything In the Cnilertnkiug line. We have a full in l'oitlaml, who neither kept a dog, Seminary, was married yesterday to Miss Lem Collier, colored, expressed sympa-- i ocul Organs; nllays soreness of the of all Kohes Cases and drank rum or used tobacco, who was in Ijiuirn Iloutn, of this city. Mr. Walton thy for WcMon in a saloon, when John' J.iuigs; prevents Consumption, und, stock of description Casketshearse,kinds and nearly which is of every Our n short notice Mr J II. new ran be ibtnincd tieiil of bread and that pe.sou has not graduated witli the highest honois at ' Kelly, the bar tender, shot him todeath. even in atlvnnceil stagos of that tlisi'icse, Green has hartf of our business and will show nml Induces Sleep. yet appeared to claim tho gift. The At Karlington Centre College, having taken all the1 lmis Morton shot II liuvosU Coughing preparation for ills-- . our goods to any one ncding anything in f our Hue no other Tlicro r.riiiisu'ick Telegraph tells this tough prizes. Miss Honta graduated with dis- and fatally wounded Miss Lizzie Hays, ies of tho throat anil lungn to bo story ami we ween we see the twinkle tinctiou from Caldwell College. K. D. his sweetheart, because she insisted on a saati nm vn tan Wkl1 with tills ruinoily. that twinkled in thu editor'h eye as lie Pendleton, of Uristol, Tenn., has .bought dancing with Morton's rival at a ball. . h ' My wifo had a distressing cough, XXOBta Ut sesn 3SBW Wo . i ih pains in thu niilo nnd breast. iiiepaivil the copy. l.ewiton Journal, tsn killed himself, as he 1Kfw mco ,Morton afterward in tins and atljoining counties r"i . tried various medicines, but nono did iier nuv good until I got a bottlo of lively one who wants bug juice in mures and geliliugs for about $'200 per should have done before he lircd the Hrst CHICKEN Cherry Pectoral, which has cured Kansas can get it. Three thousand sa- head, l.ytle Hudson bought of Carrith-er- s shot. hu'r. A nclgfilior, Mrs. Glenn, had tho iV Beard, Lexington, a nice pair of measles, and tho cough was relloveal bv loons are in full blast vending "red eye" Cholera Cure! Bucklen's Arnica Salve. tho uso ot Ayur'a Cherry Pectoral. I mare mules for about $:IS0. He without paying the State a cent of tax. liavo no hesitation In recommending this l'h best salve in Ilii' world for cuts, Lpiims, ) soid two geldings to K. I) Pendleton for sores ulcers, salt rheum, fiser orcs, tctter.chap-neruder the high license system of, hands, chillilaius. euros and all skin irup- would he suppress- S'M. Monte Fov has bought during the fee, half of them "" posaivoly cures piles, or no pay miuir. to cvoryonn nflllcteil." Robort Hortou, ed and the other half would contribute past Week, i.1 tllis and Lincoln COltUticS, l" urfoct tatufaclisn, 1'oretuan Headlight, Morrlllton, Ark. Ad- - cd. It is puuratileed to K111' '.IK) hogs at ft om St to Sl.r.O. l.V),000 a war in reparation of the mis about per box. l'ricv 5 iciil ur money rtlundrd " I havo been nlHIcted with asthma vocate. chief tliey do. Hut the sentimentalists For xjI l) A. R. Pmny, Stanford, K for fortv years. Lust spring I was takon t m t with a Violent eolith, which threatened say they must not be taxed.-Chic- ago -.- yi'w Myers, a St. Louis belle, has Worth Knowing. r teriniiiato my das. Kvery one Tribune. been sick and her admirers of the stoni I doter- miiej'd ma in eniisinnpMun. Mr. V. II. Morgan, merchant, lke City. Fla,. sux bent her in one day 0,000 roses er I to try An-r'Cherry Pectoral. a evere Cold, attended with a diswas taken with H.iiten in Toxas,;Michigan, Tennessee, and IS pounds of candy. I was iinineill-'1 rvM were iiia.ii-nltressing Cou'h and running into Consumption in Is tf.ieseit and eoiiiiniiuil to itiinroVH New llauipshire, Massacliitbvtts, only exJouUlallard, Its hrst stages. He tried many so called popular ml.vly It Don't Pay. isting by force of habit or contempt in ; cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was Conn. I o experiment with uncertain remedies when States where it is not enforced, prohibireduced in llesh, had dimculty i.i breathing and MKHitlM ago I had a sovero hem-- r with nuy of the ailments for which Dr. nt ilio hues, brought on by an m tion seems to have, as was said of Alfred Pierce's Coldi-l- i McdicMl Discosery is rticommcnd-ud- , was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New 1110 ol ,1 ....'iii n.i.Ji whleli deprived Discos cry for Consumption and found immediate 'SSZtiufs.f&i&&j&SEi'5zL it. Its cmnlhf do Musset, a glorious future behind us it is so positively certain in 1 tried various renie. .' i .Mil about a half dozen Appejli-sjibject pOYAl iIFif1 M. F. llrinklcy JACKSON HOUSE. C'ome-to-ta- w 1 107-t- f. POWDER ! Pure I i PHOTOGRAPHER, book-keepin- 1 i -' viCKrcr, i r 1 I m H) m Pleuro-Pneumonl- g. a ) oir " t"--'t first-cla- ss ' ' - 1 wcll-to-il- o 1 niar-cattl- ili-ei- 1 few-days- , j y Queens-war- e, $ir at n 1TOTIGE! Uuk-gie- 1 , THE MYERS HOUSE leason-able- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. ' bust-nev- er ....,... 1 ,,,,',. . r im.mv ,.. Sj-t- Pool and Billiard Parlors I , 1 ,, i. Court-Hou- se self-defen.- , - """"" s , Cj-t- f a " I ur-i-- .- The Favorite s . - I J. T. I ' ' , -- 64-t- - com-par'-- .l ' J a r k: 1 Avi-r'- ' say$l-(XX- d Cough Medicine - ' ; pro-1- 1 1. s . 1 . U'l'.-Il W Now York Sun. as to warrant it manufacturers in gimrnntec-In- g It to Lciiutil or cure, or inoiu-- paid for it is reInjitrv to the railroad bridge at turned. It is warranted to cure all Mood, skin twtt'rand all scrof. KtiuikliH't detained Gov. Francis, of .Mis- - and scalp discuses, -j. , 400 troops at sotiri, and his jj-- AgricuUuraUst. always a transparent k.n A .Icar pearly and ,,,.fp,.rhbml,andnll person, tro.ihled will.M blotched skin cun rest as.Urk, greasy, y.Uow or of order. A few a,... d thai their blood i. out P..,ifi..r& lllooJ Maker will us. .inv- - ... l!CKB , Ill anil Ill t,,..nm. . . .1... mse and me skin svui mw"- - lnr Tho Pride of Woman. and they were given tho freedom of the nm, g.ycI1 , Ulr lrill , blow, pit and ditsust city and the race course. Among the; Don't hawk, Assit-- ' er body with )uur offensive breath, but use notable visitOW Wen First itemedyndend it. ant Postmaster General Clarkson, W. W. sBe' Catarrh fame, and Dudley, of Yqu Cannot Afror(J h.os-k' .. 'XK?'.? uUnT'te ier bottles relief, and after using found himself well and has had no return of the grand a disease. No other remedy can show so as Dr. King's New Discovery for record of Consumption. Guaranteed tn do just what ts Trial bottle free at A. K. Penny's claimed for it Druy Storj I tit olitaliieil no roller until I 'ii irtlso A.vm's Cherry Poetoral. A :. v, nt'les of thU uindli'lnn cured me." ''.) E. Cubiiril, 10 Soeond St., lxiwell, n lie-...- 1. JUS'S. ........ ...! -- it will cost you iiothinif. Mtfi'iinyi iruj;slt. UitfuUywarwnieU. A. Dr. iHimilur as to need no special mention All who have used Klcctrlc Hitters slntf the same hong of praise. A purer incdicino docs not exist and It Is "Hlocks-of-Flve- " guaranteed to do all that is claimed Klcctrlc Alger, of .Mjclligail. A, ,hl,,ei,k0 0f ,he year to he without a Kwd re- Hitler will cure all diseases of the I.ier nnd " "J will remnse Pimples, Hulls, Salt llheumand liable diarrhoea balsam in the house, as cramps, Why IS It atom- - oilier affections caused liy impure blood. Will oolle, diarrhusti und all inllainmationufthe Hut popU linger Iiif always maiplaliuni ale exceedingly dangerous If not driso Malaria from the svstein and prevent as ch nlll well as cure all Miliaria! fevers. For cure of Unit that continual tired leellns? Ono bottle of llttejca to at once. Oun hottlo of llegs' and Indigestion try Klcclllood Purifler and Ulooil Maker will en- - rlliea u,am will do more ftoad In cases of the Headache, Constipation trlc Hitlers. Hntfrc; satisfaction gnuranteed or tirely reiuosethis leelinK.uiseihtm ugyndappcl t knj ,), any other medicine on tirlh. Wognar-a.irefunded. Price 50c and Ji per dottle .1 inonev rvuiifatis digost'iou. A. It. Penny, Diugglst. A. U. Penii' drugstoru a)1,ee iti At u. Pinny, DrtiggKl. Kid-ne- Electric Bitters. This nmedyis liecomlnir so well known und so k. i.-- e, - aallrtpd with colds, r.ir i'i" not cixiiiji, I :',, jjore lii in.', or whleli willdo glvo iif any i"'ii.l.v Ir.-p.i-i1v l.-;- - r 'i . . it ".n. !. I Ii - 1 ! if . .v' M.i., ''' 't ill in A.vor's Cherry in. I It. aUo, Invalti- V. "','g Cough." j..iiulon Hireet. ' ' ';:r'3 -- (;"..:::? Psstora), rui:; i :v Lowell, Mass. j Dur-UeifR- . , jnjSvC. jsft'r.., d 41 ; .'. utu-,c- :hickens die every year from Choi jra It is more fat.il to chickens thm. ill ther diseases combined. IJttt the discovery ol u remedy unit positivtly cuts it has been made, nnd to be coninced of its efficacy only re mires a trial, a bottle is enough foi It is guar one hundred chickens. of an teed If, after usingtwo-thirdbottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undeisigned mil vour money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts JVZZJlZa&!&9E2 Thousands of dollars worth of s 1 Tor by sale McRoberts A-- Stags, Stanford jsmsasmiuia,msx&i. Mrtf ""WTSffs "l, V --4. S i 1 m- - v, fc; K- - r Ii .f ft Missouri has adopted the Australian Tick tenderestsj mpathies of his bretle ron of the press will bo extended to Mr. system of voting. Chief Justice Fuller has purchased Uidgo'iy, editor of the Louis-villfor$100,00 thoiesidcnco of Judge AnTruth, in the hour of Ids sad May 7, 188!) Stanfokd, Ky., t drew Wylie, on 14th street, Washington. His wife, .Mrs. Fronie the altar a lovely n, whom he led to The English syndicate which wants we young bride less than three years ago, to buy up all the breweries in this counhas In en claimed bv the cruel monster try has offered ?J,500,000 for one in San n id she now sleeps thu sleep that knows Francisco. tell of n no awaking. She was highly esteemed Tiik Washington iHspnti-iii'At Stone, bake, Intl., Hie destroyed row between Gen. Urnriley nml one by all who know her and many other 12 tons of ice, 'M Hnzllpp, in which blows wvro only entailing hearts besides th young husband's are freight cars and a by the interference of torn wl h anguish at her loss. a loss of SM.O0O. The paino imthority Htntes that the W. T. Douglass, Mayor of CovingH wtinso.v is t.ikliu euro of his brothgeneral is dead pune, wliieh sUiteincnt ton, Tenn., was shot and killed by a we have ourselves endeavored for years ers, his sisters and his aunts, especially negro accused of rape, whom the Mayor' He gave another one of to impress upon the public mind by his brothers. and a posse were trying to arrest. bundry HiipKCHtioiit). in the tliem an ollice Sitiirday by appointing various and At Kdgerly, Ia., u man named Wei-- 1 B. Harrison to be U. S. marshal Statu noted for its brave and fearless Carter wick shot his wife and two children, set men, wo do not hesitate to say, but on of the middle district of Tennessee. The lire to his resilience, burned the bodies the contrary say it boldly, that a braver love of family is a pretty good trait, but of his victims and then killed himself. We heart never beat in human breast than the little man at Washington should not Eleven houses, including II. 1). we imagine that this country cannot get performs its functions in the capacious stoic, Warren's and nearly all abso- along without his. Neither must lie imbosom of the gallant general. Ho the lawyers' ollieers wore burned at Leblutely does not know the meaning of agine that it will stand too much nepo- anon Saturday. The city judge also lost fear, but fortunately he is poAsesed of a tism. his olliee. pair of legs, short tiionuli they be, winch who raised the Tin: Giand Army as-annual conclave of the Tho are ever ready to impress upon him the silly row because one of their number Grand Couimaudury of Kentucky will importance of discretion in the display was credited with presenting Gov. Gor meet May '11-at Cynthiaua, where of valor and take him out ot tne way don, of Georgia, with a badge, ought to, if preparations are being mado to entertain of danger when the critical moment ar- they have any appieciatieu of their atti- 1,000 Knights. to rives. Hut we digess. We started out tude, go olF and kick themselves to death. e coach, containing 11 A to say that the fellow Ilazlipp, who It was not a G. A. II. bidg after all, but Philadelphia politicians returning home asked the general to endorse, his brother an old Confederate Zuare badge that was from a jollification, was struck by a pas for a place and got his refusal, was rasli found during the war. M'ligor train. Two were killed ami llv enough to call the Garrard worrior a seriously injured. Bishop 1tti:us sermon at the Cenliar, when lie claimed he had never The lessees of the Cincinnati SouthIt was tennial Celebration has stirred up the promised to sign Ids paper?. ern have untitled the trustees that they then that the good right list of the gen- republican monkeys more than anything will decline to extend their lease and eral doubled up for work, only to be that has happened since llurchard's will insist upon arbitration oftheirciaim to we do time. His bold position against tin kept from action by a measley for damages in the amount of S7i.wf. ordinarily hasn't strength enough of money to procure the presidency must li'i. who have had a very dampening effect on the A story is going around to the elfect be . to keep a pair of llees from lighting. ardor of Harrison, Wanamaker and gen- that George Washington died in tho last Tin: past commander of the G. A. K. tlemen of that ilk. hour of the last week of the last month Gen. lteynolds, fully vindicates. Judge of the last year of the last century. As A low.Mtni.v claim-jumpshot our Vincent lioruing from the etiarges of the lie died at 10:;0 i M. on own Nannette Daisy, who had homestead-e- d a matter of fact "ex-hig- h ollicial" made in the Covington St., U, 17W. Dec. M in Oklahoma. The wound is in the Saturday, Commonwealth. He says the judge ho has not re Judge Finlev arm nnd the giddy old girl, wo are glad never said he was not a candidate for ceived a single request lor the removal of 21. II. commander ami except for the act that to chronicle, is not badly hurt. Miss Mr. Royalty, the postmaster at Liberty, . t H ,m'""s rv.soive.i to see ner ho was an applicant for a political olliee v,th Ca-e- y county, and there are no applicaniwnt for Ken- - rht8 protected and the fellow has very tions' for the place. Mr. Royalty has had -t- he position of tucky, there would not have been a sin- sensibly lit out. the place for 10 years. Manufacture! gle vote against him. The small opposiSaddles and HarncM, In J. W. Hardin from Washington eery t)"le and of 1'ihckmmn l the trade. Race NEWS CONDENSED. finitli tion afterwards voted to make his eleccounty, a student at the State Agricul- and lrotl.ni; Kqnmnt .1 I p.oalt) Ng. jj .Mam Sirett, KXINIiTON, Ky. Natural gas in fainjuantity has been tural College, fatally stabbed Win. Rush, tion unanimous. The judge is not seeking the pension agency until the vacancy struck at Midway. aged nnd keeper of the dormitory, YT41YT42: Tim Missouri legislature defeated the fled. The cowardly net deserves the occurs, but thiuks his chances first clnss $.',300 liquor license bill. LIBERTY, KY., when it does occur. moct condign punishment. Two negioes were hanged at Kmpo- Dcs-- 1 The villainous old r;eal, Dr. F. W. WARRINNER.PROP'R. Tub Feeble-Mind- ed Institute at Frank -- na, a , tiiday for murder. nntrnm. little Julietlt D.it-- ' fort, one of the inot creditable eleemosrun--The Louisville races open Thursday gchl, nt' yew Orleans and afterwards kill I hae Icocd the aS Ifrmlltilel anil iniMul Spet ning Ii in titt-'iy partu ular. ynary establishments supported by tho with the great Derbv event ! men iin ed her with chloroform, with which he cial aitrn irn l iilnmct SUite, caught fire Friday morning in a n Walter Handy, n citizen attempted to take his own life but failed, At- mysterious manner and was burned to of Jessamine, was found dead in his bed. 1825. line li.iKii mmleneed to death. the ground. Fortunately thu excellent A Seymour, Ind, manufactory of e 1Iluvojl( tll0 niriuingham tlend, has hts-ctjeiaitc".A Wi .1 discipline of tho inmates saved the '2o livwuKiti11 liittt- tliliiiu iui 111 rviit TifU)VAu ii K 'siK is ii iv, iioiivn uit.ti ui J been convicted of the murder of his pupils, who were marched out without da v. death. The On Ilwcllnu-.- , lt"Uiliild I ur nturr. St. rti, M.T Leslie J. Milliner, a brake.nan on l'U.ghter,- and sentenced to IlllW the loss of a life or a single accident. The Id illumine, .Vi , a ply u tn f . .. .1 .id.i t l.f wne. iuiu nnuiuvi ..m,.k.v. .lltlllltlt ... -- ....' munieroi ms . !. I..,ii,i:r. s,tiiw i: .. m... u-- !. ..w L.iiK..i 1... .1 hll.l llllll he is Xet to be Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. als cl"Wd to entire lnsrf. It ., insr,.1 fnr - S mm tl.i.u,,,. for that. A saloon at Xewtonville, Ind., was tried on the indictments I.ighlnlnj; att.. hed and damact pint and cannot be restored till an appropria-- 1 r n..i. During n tight at (juanajuato, Me.x., whether fuc . tion lv tlic leiridliihire ii iiimli. Tn tlu blown 1111 with nnwiler liv (lie tirnliilii. u,u ' arising from the imprisonment of live monn...!,!!.,! ilV'MIIV Mill i.nv.. lf 1.4(1 ttnni.t. Sf...rt .m tltktv, v.-t- uiveiiiiiuiv w,, ,,a1d m'" U' yt,nK -F- ive banks and six newspapers are Ju!!",.t I,rM9ts, for tho children as best be can. nuuuipi oy me Dealer In already striving for business in Guthrie, beditious sermons, ami an2'V) of the pco- This notice fore warm hunlrrt, fMicrmrn and populace to rescue tlieill, Cut. Thomas G. 1'ookk, who has con- Oklahoma. ,.l1i:Ilra ntul polite-- , other not trniia un our lan'b without per. ducted the ofiice of clerk of tho Court of miMlon talUu'Lh wiiibcpro.cuutl t the full. Ellen Good, a Xew York girl, cut off" pie were killed by ! eit extent ot the law Mgncu men. Appeals in a most creditable manner as the head of her illegitimate baby with a of Appeals has reversed i.j. 11 ill, The Court i.r.n ii limit. k. deputy for the last seven years, is mak- huge pair of shears. KY. M.S. HALCJHMA.V, I.M. the decision of the lower court sentenc- KUIIl McKOIIKlUSJK. J.K IIKl'CK Mr A MS IKK. ing a canvass of the State in his race for & O. has delivered over The C. 0 4. II C II Ctl W'l'C lllt'lMIVI IV' t ing W. L. Montgomery to death for the tj. rk"i j ii. nr i i .i the democratic nomination for the oflico MKS. ou.i llr.N'KY llALT.HMAN. A M KKI.AND bales of cotton at Newport News in murder of his sweetheart, Miss Jane Kit-so- E.I I'KNCK. JOHN W IIOI.MKS. at tho next election, and paid thiscounty the last few months. I IIAVDKN, I' 1'AKItlSII, in Owen, because it refused to per- A a call Friday. There is no better clerk The residence of lie v. J. I'ike Tow- mit the testimony of insanity experts in D. V. IIOI.MKS in the State than the captain, who has ers, in Clark, was burned; loss about 0 the trial. been in the business from ids early manwith $2,500 insurance. Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is Va locomotive & The Richmond, hood, and no more polite or aifable a gen n Englishman named Ware shot to works has been awarded the contract to full and complete. We call special attention to our tleman lias ever filled the important po- - death two men at Lykens, l'a., in a quai- construct the engines for the United bition he asks. He had numerous friends rel over a game of cards States warship Texas. This is the first Havinc purchatrd an iiiiitoI in a manufactuin this county before, but his visit added No successor to Judge Durham has Ii ring contract of the kind awarded to any all ofbutinex in I.oimvillr, aKy ,wln fur will require my attention, I uant hu)t'r a many more to the list. The best Casket of the kind ever invented. yet been appointed. Col. .Swopo still Southern manufacturer since the war. has rosy chances to succeed him. Nice Residence and Good Stock Embalming under tho most The bid was SlK! 1,500. Sometime ago a Louisville man to keep approved method when desired. It is reported that Gov. .Stanford has of Goods. from paying his honest debts, perhaps, J- - 0- - McClary, offered Charles llaekman Soo.OOO for Salesmen and Embalmer. Ilett openln; in the State. Cath hiiTcrt can get MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. had his wife made a feme sole. Iast all the ilarifini they want until wifire iI'hL ii Kentucky Prince, she of Guy, l,:ll. iiuiiu. week the wife sued this same husband F. L. Thompson has bought the old. I mean buineo '8v Shelby Cil), April, The Court of Appeals lias decided J A rr'KRIFI I.. on a tine bill for 2j0 and when the case stock of Thompson & Fish and will conthe clause of the Wallace election law came to trial he plead that he was her disfranchising tinue in the business. illiteiates is inoperative. O husband and that the decree making her is progressing Our .Sunday-schoo- l ' -- Drs. W. F. Scott, J. S. McCluro nnd ' I V a feme sole did not affe'-- t his rights as George witli Prof. Shaw as superintendl'erkius have been appointed a finely ZDZEUO-O-IS- T co such. The judge, however, decided that board of pension exaiuineru at Somer- ent and Mrs. Huiiiside as organist. it did ami that she could make and en- set. Miss Lena Newcomb entertained Young's Once Again nnd Dootmaker her young friends at tho Newcomb Hoforce contracts with liiui as with anyDPwUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, body else. The feme sole business seems ran almost a dead heat for the I'lucitix tel Saturday evening, her Kith birthday. .. f ....t ... to be loaded and liable to go off at either Tf.t..l .ji.iiw .it j.v.iui;iuii, .: FANCY ARTICLES, &C wici C.il... Tho "Educational Evangelist," a ;uoj, unit: --i.noa PUI miles. . end. monthly publication by Prof. W. E. I 'hyticiant pre.criptiniit accurately compoxniiri. Ten thousand pounds of nitro-glyc- printed at the Signal olliee, Shaw and is telegraphed from Washington Semi-Weekly Interior Journal ALWAYS IN THE LEAD! W. P. WALTON. Never in the history of our business have had such a Lively Trade. j s, pre-vente- d tool-hous- e, mTliLy It is because the people appreciate OUR EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES ! Oil-mot- For all the Newest Goods. are not only the Fountain Head, for all the Latest Styles, but es III UFA When MY HOUSE IN STANFORD 2$ it comes ariety, Quality and. Low Prices. two-hors- ' In Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c. uf When it carnes giving the extra value and quality the moncu, there is nt a a house in this or the surrounding countu thattor equal us. can Lome and contonue. Slain THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Stanford. WILSON, -- sAMNttKU, Manager. "' i "' 1 I 1 THOMPSONjS BOYD, ljt 7-- 'rII., ViHIVW i ! ., 1 .,, Wail Paper Wail Paper, Wall Paper, well-know- i:s(al)Hslicd J for j ' M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. " 4 i .,..,.' i( 'tu.ii ' I POSTED. iii.i. Bo ri lo WEAKEN, Goods STANFORD, 1 Furniture and Undertakers' 'JOO,-00- n, $:',-50- The Largest, Cheapest and Kest Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Itorder, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades STORE RESIDENCE At Shelby City, For Sale. HTDESTRTTCTIBIiE bttmax casket, i" s v, a ( Sfg a: cj w s J wI - . 1 1 1 1 i we mut conclude, since Finlev is so game a fighter, that the report is a weak invention of the enemy. The bad man from Bitter Creek would to tell not permit any other that kind of a truth or untruth on him. knock-downs, son-of-a-g- that John W. Lewis intimated in so many words that Judge Finlev hnd lied, but as there was no bloodshed nor no It SJiMMSb-- iTl z A K. PENNY. & JEWELER, I erine exploded at son, N. Y., shaking the whole State, but injuring no one. Three miners were crushed to death in tho Hyde Park colliery, near Wilkes-barrPa., by 15 tons of tho mine roof falling on them. A brother of John M. Clayton, who was assassinated in Arkansas, has been appointed U. S. attorney for tho western Hastings-on-tlie-Hu- will make its appearance during the CiTCH d week. e, The reaction in thu epidemic of news- illustrations seems to he setting in! nnd it is high time it had. The Cincin- nati Enquirer, one of the first papers to go headlong into tho business, has near- ly discarded the feature and is filling up its space with more entertaining matter is presented in a miserable wood ' cut of an important subject. j ",bir--S- a,mu'1 "" c''-pape- r I The Oweusboro Intiuirer makes soino very lino points against Attorney General Hardin appearing as counsel lor Auditor Hewitt in his libel suits. It lines look to a man un a tree like Gen. Hardin ought to keep out of the caseand not let his zeal for his friend run nwav with his judgment. , , J With only one candidate for the only ono office to nominate for, the Democratic State Convention at Louisville, tomorrow, promises to bo a tame afl'air. There is nothing like a scramble to get up interest in such things. who ran for oyeniup against Taylor, was appointed .mi S,U'H Attorney for tho Western tIls,r'ct n( Tennessee, Wmur Sharkey, who murdered his 1,yt!l 1,l0tl"-'r- . ,ll;1r to". 0., last Janua-thar w,ls o,,1",, " of ,,u'r(lt,r " M k't"'rf aiul will swing. James Lewis, a brakeinan on the Q. & C, wns knocked from his train in tho tunnei near uurtibitiu anil killetl. IIo was a native of Pulaski. Secretary ' racy has awarded to the Union of San Francisco, tho otract for the great armored coast " vewwi at i,i.i,uuu, A sun fish, tho largest ever caught, got stranded at Capo Lookout anil has been sent to the National Museum to bo skeletonized. Tho horses attached to a wagon loaded with collins containing corpses, ran away at Indianapolis and the ghastly burden was strewn over the streets. n Iron-Works, d U' Hawkins, John Mullins, the London inventor, writes us that he hns out Another patent. d washThis time it's the S. "saW fl 1 -4 ing machine he has put his attention to, claims to have perfected. which he Mr. C. S. Nield, of the North Jellico Coal Company, Grays, Ky., on his return from a tiip to Chicago last week stopped over at his residence and was -welcomed by a son; name not learned. wish for a more difUcult puzzle "niirs in clover" has been more than than gratifletl in the "black nnd white" or "Razzle Dazzle," brought from LouisMany a ville by old John Urown. M id SS stronger mind than ours will probably bo wrecked in trying to boIvo it. Wo give it up. r ra t J h Miss Nannie Kennedy, after a two weeks visit at this place, returned to Crab Orchard Sunday. Miss Kate James, &eed and gale Stable, a little Cral) Orchard beauty, paid our town u Hying visit last week. Little Misses Lucy and Celia Crooko and Cecil Nield, of Louisville, were with relatives hero Friday ami Saturday. Joe Adams, of Garrard, is here, telegraphing and talking to tho girls, The young folks had a nice time ut Joplin Park Sunday. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Andy Fisli arrived from Rarbourvillo LONDON, KV , Good turnout! and laddie hore always lor hire Saturday. Mr. C. Crooko was hero Saton reatonable terms. London Ii the moit urday and went fishtng with the little ient point on the railroad to reach placet convenIn the in the mountain tflion of the State. to girls. much-maligne- THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to thu market. Price lower than the lowest. Vatche, CIpcIci and Jewelry lie. paired on ihortjnotice and warranted. F.a?u wn mom FURNITURE STORE! JKm m MA'OI HUFFMAN, PB'DP, a m fil u - 1 i trmt .mrm H-WB-- i f i. vriTiTiWv,T.ni'rB rariTiTAmirnjrATarBiXb..' t inik fmi livery, Will keep constantly on hand a large and select lino of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such ijoods andr will becon r.lSSlS.S:"'"1 iubi ..uwvt v.. i a vu iruuu WD lUWeSb. r i :: -. V? OtlYlrnttMI Stanford, lAciTKI Y IrMTCUinU INlLKIUKdUUKNilL Son. New .May 7. 188!) IflllDMni KW 'ot ' "H01'118- - yeveranee A hmiholH and Unihrellas. Sever- - Ky., ani'u A Son. 1'iiksii Hull evt'iy Tuenday, ami Saturday. M. V. Klkin. i Tliurnihiy u.cwalton, MEANS hum. MnnnRer BUSINESS. Orit openine. of npriny ami minimer ImtH J, & F J 0 'v.- - Tin: .SO shares of stock in the Danville, .Stanford and Crab Orchard pike, the was A McAlister, Uj.vihix has a now postmaster, Judc property of Miller knocked down to J. H. Lynn yesterday J. I. Weaver, vice It. M. Jackson removed after spirited bidding' at SK.01. This is because ho is a .Simon-pur- e democrat. nearly J'J higher than the stock has sold ..- PERSONAL POINTS. Tun amount of rainfall during the since the war .Mil. J. A. II wtiii went up to Itich- - mouth of April was .Oo of an Inch, which Tub frost Sat unlay morning looked Is lues than it lias been in any Aptil for uioiid yesterday. like a small snow, but ftom what wo can .Mk. a.nii .Mus. .1. F. Vmo. are visit- - L'O years. gather it did but little damage. The liiU in .MeiVer county. I am rcadv to take voitr order for a fruit crop with the exception of peaches Mn. Jri.ti's I.ko.v, of Cincinnati, is the suit now and can make it in a few days. is all right to date and there will be from tftiuM of Mr. Sidney Dunbar. A splendid iiHortnient to select from, a fourth to a half crop of peaches with Mas. .1. S. Hoi Ki:ii went up to see her Callearlv. II. C. Ituplcv. no further mishap. home-folk- s in Hnrnird Saturday. . CHUhCHAFFAIRS." Coi Cosnv Oats, of Wayne, is vimU-ISriiiwiiiutiiY Si'PPiii!. The ladies of .1. 1'. Davis. an-- ' his iltiuihtcr, Mrs. the Presbyterian church ask us to Of 1,1-- lt Southern I'rcsbyteriaii p.is-totMu. J. F. Ilnrri.K, of tho Campbells-rill- c nounco tlnit they will haea strawberry! salaries reported last year, the averbraiicb, is tip to seo his friends. supjtur Juno 7th, the niulit of the Coin- - age was total of $W"i,:il,. Mu. ami .Ma. John A. Hiumiy, of meiicemeut. ltev. II. W. Williams, of Broadway l.elmuoii, are euphtsof Mr. and Mis. V. run Stanford Medical Itoard was nip- I'uptint chinch, Louisville, has been call- I'. Tate. ' cd out of exihtencu and a board ed as pastor at I.uurciiculiurgntul has ac- HoiMct: Maihiiin Ins been sumn in as estnblisheil at umctiter, composeil of rented. utailcluik on this division vice S. M. Dis. Kiunaird, Hay and Muvs. Wash-Itov. J. Bell C5ibon will deliver bis ' Cooper ruinovod. iiiutou Dipatch leetuioon "Tho Bible on l'arclunent and JoiiS. Iticn, of Cave City, spent FriServices in Print," on Sunday nigjit. TiiHcItixens of tho Walnut Flat pre day nlht with his brother, T. A. Itice, begin at 7: 15. on mute to Iticlnnoml. duct Iimvo raised by jiri vate ptitacription The African Methodist church miiu- Mil. Gil Mll.lt UfllHJII, of Stanford, Is fe.ll llUtilltl t llllttlllt til til flit II 4.iliflfl1.!if tllUI , , 100.000 members, has 1000 places . bers . ,. ., . . the iMtect this wcok of her ,iatr, Mrs. nun win in a lew nays ncgin mo uree- - , ' V. II. News. of It. Hie site selectou is on the ground , , , ino coiurioiuioiis ior ' fiiunnv sciioois. lonyiiu to Walnut Hat chuivh. Col YV. M. Hill, of tho Courier- - Jours'2,- church work last year amounted to . nal editorial atoll, N at I'iiiuvllle, with ' Tiih Senatorial Comuiittee wnstoiueet OOO.OOil. the hop of improving his eyes by a m J. Q. Montgomery tells us that here Snturdnv t nominate a democratic son of ivst. ,.. .. , it ,... ' . . i .i..i .:.... t...i ii... ........:..,. i mi; iiivviiiiK III llll- IllSiriCl, lllll ii ;uim iinmmii ' ""lOKiaie ior vmillll ! Tiliw. t) Vimi.vii nfl liinfllti at the ChriMian church here yesterday "1"r0 "'", " H' ""-'"- ' Mimtr. vUil.il hlh .unit. Mrs.Smh Me- Hid all were iMitliuiustimllv iu favor of Ilvaln, tliw city, Tuewlny night.- - Car- - 1 was fl.xcd for next Siturdav afternoon. (Inlv Cliairuiaii Nowlttiid and J. llarvev continuing tiie county work. The next lilo Mercury. - meeting was tlxed for the 2d Saturday Miow Ui:. I". T. (i MKIHII, of MHiiche.tr, 'out. n, wth tlnrrard s proxv, were pres 'June at Iurnorsville, prograinuie in of .., ,...:,,,...,.., pttinl iNtck to hln liome Satunlay after ttllll'll "III IU! lllll IIUIMIKIIl"! A ck.vm of the cliildreii iu District biking in Hit' grewt Oiitcmiisl Celehra Squire K. Ii. Caldwell, Jr., tells u No. 1, which is tho town of Stanfonl. lion at New York. tHat Hev. J. T. Htrrett preaehed his Mil. J. Ilr.uixs, ! Slniifonl, fishing, within the school age of (I to 20. has just farewell sermon at Double Springs Sunin ltockcnstlt river, at tli Ixwt landing been completetl by .Mr. W. F. MtClary, day and that the church :s desirous of for Kock Castle Springs, last wcokemight who tluds that there m 221. Twoyears engaging another pastor. The Sunday-schoa pike tincliCH iu length, weighing it ago there were 'V, which shows wu ate under the sipiiro's ellicient manPOiiihIk, and a number of bass weighing j not iiuieasing and niultiplying as coin-froagement continues to prosper, the averCourier-Journal- , i iiinnditl by Holy Writ. Mund9. J U) 2J age attendance during the winter months K. C. W.M.Tox, w ho Is visiting scenes Tin: directors of the Cumberland Val- - having been : pupils. of his childhood, iu Virginia, Is writing ley Ltud Company, which owns a large ' soihh veiy intentsting letters to his paFARM AND TRADE ITEMS body of timber and milium, lands iu Uell His de per, tho I.vTT.uioit JoniNAU Miription of a visit to the old homi'Mcud uiiii ii.irniii cuiiiiuer, itiui .uiiiriiav uiiu Wool wanted, 100,000 pounds. A. and thegnivoK of his parents certainly fixed its capital stock at a million of i T. Nunnelley. dollars and ordered certificates to be rettches tliu hearts of all. Mt. Vernon Three goxI milk cows and calves for handsomely engraved and distributed to Signal, sale. Hugh Seargcnt. the Nevada, the daiii of Luke Blackburn, Tin: Somerset llnpnrlor says that , Mict Maud IVttusaud Mr. Ward Moore lilt iimoM) is making big preparations died at Kenewvw Farm, Tenn. Will Murphv sold to A. T. Nunnel were married iu Ixingtou, Tuesday, to entertain the doctors this week in hogs at 4J cents. April 2.1, but wear- - confident tho Repor- fact she is putting the big pot into the ley 112 II. L. Thurmond sold to an Ohio ter is mistaken. These young people little one and the skillet iu that. The went over there with another couple tlmt visitors will be entertained in private party a combined gelding for '2.0. 1). N. I'rewitt bought of Fount did marry, and prhap4 this is the way families and a b.impiet and ball are to be cts. it got twisted by the time the news given iu their honor. Wolf & Trost's Young li head fat cattle at ronched Somerset. C. T. Samlidge Imiight of I). 11. ll.ind has been engaged to make melody Mn. 11. Van Aiimmi.k, who was ailing during the entire meeting. Moote a combined gelding for $I!00. nil winter, seem to have taken a new Mrs. Dart, of Woodford, sold 200, Amiorouue got our inforn.atkm as lease of life witli the springtime, nnd is fwt o( wni,mt tillli)or for 7,7:W. j0,ull01)( of ,5,,., lloHpllt ( Robert frequently seen down town, lie wasM straight as it could be, Mr. A. M. leland says that there is alfolutelv no fouuda rattle last Tuesday and commenced voting for Land a liunch of and of cattle democratic candidates for president with tioti for the belief that his herd at 2 cts. Andy Jackson, and has been at it ccr is all'ected witli any iUcnc wliatover. Kubauks Bros, sold to Spencer Hub sboats since. We hope he will be able to vote Ho has lost several from natural causes. ble 2(1 head extra Hue ,. nut milt uiii- - iiiMiiu tt inrii . mere ttiti nut 1, I,,J CIS. for a winner iu 1M2. III jfolnhlKl(of ,, Da. L.S. McMrimiY.of Danville, who mystery, and he thought it was poison wa8 ,,!,. He asks us to Mate emphatically Hclv from Kurope, Ntyshe thinks ed. has returned here vesterdav, nor privatelv that that Mist Sarah Cecil's nurse, a design- that his cattle were never iu better con- we"i,.,r, 0f .c. m... dition. .. ti 1.1 ... t)..i.:..o,, t r . ing woman, caused h'-- to attack Miss .v v.i- ,,, I i j a to-da- y -- Watciiks ami jewelry repaired anil warranted. A. H. lVnny. Laxdkktii'm Harden need, new eron. jllft lei'fiVeil lit Ml'Kolll'rtH iV Mn!!8. Laxihiktii'x Harden Seeds fresh and genuine, In bulk or package, at A It. I'enny s. Tin: best place to buy drupi, patent inedicincfl and toilet articles is at A. It. lVnnv's. Buy your school books, ink, tablets, paper, pencils and school supplies of all kinds from A. It. IVnnv. Court will nositivulv h A Cox. Fnuiri anil onftitloiiurieH hettor ami cheaper at It. .iuiiner'H than any other house in town. ' ...,.,. oeuur on Mav Ttli. Coi.i.iktohT. S. Ilitoxsiox has resigned and tils successor will bo appointed alone with the -- d and oth. 11 null S'earent han Hold n eouple of Tiikiik aro several bids for tho con atructiu of thu 4J mllesoniiKhland and milk eoVH and calves ndvertlwd in tlii Waynenhurtf turnpike, but tlio contract paper ntiflft. Gold King, Mr. J. E. Farris' lino was not awarded yesterday. year-olstallion, liad his nose fearfully Amputation. Ijist .Sunday Dr. Pey- cut by a hook in tho halter a few days ton, iifwiHtuil by MeltiibertH and Held, ago. Mr. John Farris sewed tlie wound lrl atiiputateil the left le of a colored upnnd the horse is now doing well. named Annio Kuibry, who was su fieri n Central Illinois was visited lat week from necrosis. by a severe freeze. Fruit was badly dam- Thk new house of Mr. II. C. Itupley aged and young com was bitten oil' at will be ready for occupancy Juno loth, tho ground, it is thought many thous- tho contractors, ltaney A Allan, tell us. anils of acres will have to be -- The Fair umund Association of It is not only a handsome, but onu of the bust arranged houses in town. '1d The Long and the Short If you buy a McOORMAOK REAPER or ISZZJoZ giving day next. The stutters need be known until three days before n,ct'; -i- in iiiiiiiuur, were sold at auction by Bruce A Kidd, Lexington, Friday, at an average ofi:t!C'. They weie the property of dipt. Wilgus, and cost inoro than double the prices ob- ....... .1uinnirrmlOT II MOWER you are certain to get one of the best Machines made. If you bub a McOormack Machine you can depend on getting re- pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or Mower; no mistake about it. The McOormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with not thelr Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mower3 they have a line of Ma the chines SCCOnd to none. ' I It. By all moans, soo those Machines before you make your ooiection tor tile comlne harvoKt. GEO. II. WI2AREX, A(. tained. II. Baugliiiian bought at the Tracy A Wil-o- n sale of the Canewood Stud a black lllly by L4aps forSl'CKl; do. bay by Powhatan for Si'lO and Nun H. The Great Remedies! KKirrS . SI'KCIKIC ure alt lute Svnlnlili. . ( ' lnu .'. I..... .... Kl blood Nicer, 1 l...tl... for 110 bav lllly bv lllll). fcloo. ' Sid- - V nniln.;roii)ti'iii. I'rice WORM iJAI c Veen ' 1 .... - and the event was duly celebrated. Memphis is the largest inland cotton mar-- 1 ket in the world. Tli rev Lincoln county contested for the Kentucky Central purse of $400 nt the Lexington races Friday, S. II. lUughinan'h Silence got second money, I'd Jones' Ijidy Jones was 4th and Hob MeAHst-r- 's tut! L 7th iu the race. Distance ." furlong"; time 1:0 J. . 1 i 700,201 bales toSaturday,.'UVJ2:iiuort w ere ever lecei veil Deiore in one cotton receipts at Memphis were tier bottle $t pvr bottle. SVKll' I, mrnlr of the bt.t orm killer. nn.l c ncllr known to the mtU ical profession and thcrefcrc recommend itw'f. It 11 plcn.mil ti take, nfe und rcliahle. I'nce i$ appetite, ennchm "l .ixi'., '" " plcaiant in .ccnisi. .vc. lake of nil the the lilxl, rcgtilaiemhe liver and ili;ic, such 4t Scrofula, Llcer., I'iniijlt, Ulcerated Thioat, i'rice 41 per boitie. Iron Unic. It cure Dyipeirtia. impart new energy to the miiKlei than (JAII.lirS vear, Manufactured and Ai is a cath.irtK MAONEIIC IMI.I.S for all Liter CjinuUintt, Immlred Ingestion, Pick I'rn e i ei.tt per bn lr r ale to the trade l the Headache, WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Viilliaiiinbur, Ky. NEW Underwear $ In single pieces or suits, white and fancy colors. . Call For Committee Meeting. Fowler.-FJiwiheth- Unvn ,. i ..... .in.. .... id. imi-iiun- U"' ''"' . ',,.,. The members of the democratic county committee are requested to meet at the otlico of J. B. 1'a.xton, in Stanford, next Saturday, May II, :it 2 i ., on important business. The committed in addition to the chainnin and secretary is ns follow s: T. W. Varnon, J. N. Mono-fee- , J. A. (.iivenx, Hawkins I'.rown, J. II. Carter, J. II. Watts, J. 15. Lynn and D. H. Kdmiston. T. I). Nkwi.axd, Clnnn. Dress Shirts,, In shield, plated and pique embroidered bosoms. COLLARS and CUFFS, latest styles, and the largest and nicest assortment of J. It. Pt.VTox, Secy. - '. , ol We may have to guess at the distance to tho sun and moon, but we know beyond a doubt that Canter's chicken cholera cure will cure that most deadly dicae. It is warranted and sold by MrHoberts A Stagg. .VEW AIIVKUTISEMKXTS. Neck Ties In Tecks, puffs and four-in-han- d and dress bows ever seen Stanford. FARM FOR SALE! situated on th Stanford and Crnb urcliard pike, near walnut Hat rnr par K C 11V WATK US, Crab Orchard, Ky. S07Acrc, Bruce & Mo (Do IVIc Roberts. ' stock-holder- ICE! ICE! ICE! We have optm-- an lie d(po on Lan,.itter ureit and Hill krep constant!) mi hand a lull supply of 1'urp Lake Ice In quantities oter fite pound No make engagements fur the ie.ion BUPOBY9 SUMMER GOODS. Give him a Trial , At tf 200-poun- d Cents per Pound, the i MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving His timeto MXSH.I.I.V K HAMI'ION. Tor 10,000 j Sails, Shiticlt. I hate Shingles and Shoes Sale. Poplar SPRING AND PRICES I. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Ten Thoutand I'lst K.nlt acd on hand Men'. Women'. MHtet' and Children Shoes made (v Alier, Korwood & Co. and Mundelle. which I will tell at the terv loucM t have bought them und they mutt be pncei old My Mock is complete and thoe who want bar'alut can el them by calling. I me.tn bui-- " W C IIAII.KV, Turnemtille. m AX.WjSl -2- S KEAS02STABLE. ,' Attention, Coal IZurncrs. I Ann 1 j keep on hand a No. 1 quality of Jvllico, Lily ;ut ln.il In tuy yard t.rate your ordero at ;iru or n. s .tijers store au d thev will be attend- ed to promptly J. II. MIOOINS. oj Stafford Ky. lIUIHP It--- ntllll H IbUUIllLTII T Mary Anderson by inducing her to believe that the actress had greatly wrong-o- d her iu a theatiical publication. Mis- Mary C'ecil bus dichiugcd thistiurseaud taken her sister to IMsis. She is much improved in health and Miss Mary thinkH the summer in .Switzerland will fullv restore her. CITY AND VICINITY. All kinds Mvers. Newland. of fresh vegetables at S. S, 1'mnts of all kinds for salo by 0. J. Caii'UiaI) fresh lime and cement just received at W. II. Hiugins. A hush of business compels us to defer our spring opening until Tuesday, May 7. Courts ft Cox. It began to look somewhat like May yesterday. The sky was beautifully clear and the atmosphoro delightfully pleasant, hverybody is done planting corn and consequently nearly everybody attended county court yesterday. -- .. . " ti' W Nkws of tho death of Mr. Math Lynn, brother of tho Into Craig Lynn, Ksq., of of Judgo this county, and father-in-laCarr, of tho (Jlasow District, lias just readied hero. Mr. Lynn was an honor-ablgentleman, who and high-tonebtood high in tho community in which he lived. TiiKiti: is a probability that Mr. W. F. MuClary will oiler for tho democratic 'nomination for tho legislature. The question was canvassed yesterday and . itiet with general favor from men from aflVrtH of tho county. Mr. McClary is well 111d. favorably known and is a gen- tlenuui of decided ability. If . ho makcH the race it will be to win and we have no doubt ho can do so. d who was sent to the ens, of the West F.nd, 100 ewes lit StWi, Q ' FOR i.e.liiglou 1.1111.111C .tnyiiiiu .1 lime oter litiiun iiiinn n in. VIho Komi ttrut Htoi-l(.icotge Itille, fc;r., soltl to 1:. . 1'ntv. six nionths ago, died there Uitirsd.iy de,irel Kentucky I will ell at great complete with to hoe boilers niglit last. He was a son of the late H. ell a mare colt a few days old, by Will. tairifice 3 uw fve and iohorte engines, a s.iw tvork. ex log was- M. Davison, and is said to have been a lace Denmark, for $100. on 3 ..nurse buckhoartf, itiritiif wa?. " 3 Reports from dillerent iiarts of Indi- - prill tnill LOItinlrtryoke of cattle, 3 mulct, hore, bright bov till about S vcars when . anil mv farm nf tfst .rr.t nf he fell from a loft and injured lis brain, ana indicate that the fruit in that State mob land well timbered, wai eii pntutclv MAKTSMITII Since then he has been subject to tits has been seriously injured by fronts. l Maywood, Ky A Knott was "pulled double" l'roctnr and spells of lunacy. ainiiiation was made of his brain, when at Nashville to permit Sam Hryant's oth-i- t was found that lie died of chronic men-- , er horse, Come to Taw, to win the Two-- 1 ' ingetis. Tho brain was thickened, hard-- 1 thousand stake. It is estimated tliat the saw mills of ed and contracted, witli the blood ves-- ' ! scls very much enlarged, but there was America annually take from the forest no pressure of tho skull upon it and no! enough timber to make 30,000,000,000 313 Kourlli Avenue, sign of a crack. The remains wore feet of lumber, - brought here and interred Saturday af-- 1 Terra Cotta beat Come to Taw Imiuth in the race lor tlio Urouhiulour ternoon. Stakes at Nashville Saturday; nine furTin: county court yesterday granted 1:50$. Attorney at Law, tho application to make a voting place at longs, time fl.il. ma if fnenln liftlK.Ilt nf It Vr Hubble, to bo known as Stanford pre- v- -, Kentucky. r " .IStanford, .: "v oci, ui ..imiiBuii, o iin.o$72.-5cinct No. :. Tho will of Iticliard W. Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin-li- s $o9; also from J. Wesley West 1 for (livens was admitted to probate. It counties und in the courts of appeal Imcaster News. Office over McKobcrts & StUKg'k drug store. of Jl.OOOto four M. It. Gratz'u noted Canewood farm grand-childrehis entire property to of 1175 acres in Fayette was sold by his his three children equally, after chargof ing them witli amounts advanced. .J.U. executors Saturday to T. 1. Scott, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Philadelphia, at $125 an acre. and W. 1'. (.livens qualified as executors -- Wilson, of Tennessee, bought in this at his desire without bond. .1. S, Owsd of mules THE LARGEST AND FINEST ley, Jr., was admitted to practice in the and Uoyle counties a brood mares at $105 to $1!15 for the court. Tho will of Mrs. .lennioArinenilt and HOTEL IN THE CITY. was presented and its probate objected mules and $100 to $100 for the mares. James P. Crow tells us that ho has to by Judgo Stephen llurch and wife. Tho will gives all her property to her booked HI mares for his llelmont Chief RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORDchild if it lived and if not to herhusband 80S0, although ho started not to allow ING TO ROOMS. Dr. W. 11. Arincndt. Tho property con- but 20. He turned ofl' six last week. Commissioner Wilson says tho prossists of 101 shares of tho Lincoln NationTUKKfSHA RUSSIAN I1ATHS IN HOTEL- al Hank, and houses and lots in Crab Or- pect was never better iu Kentucky for a chard. The court decided to admit that large crop of wheat and that the corn part of thu will bequeathing her person- crop planted is fully up to tho average in acreage. al property to her husband and to disreJames Hice, of Tennessee, bought of gard that part divising tho real estate, V nntml In erery county. Shrewd men to act umlr parties in the Fast F.nd a lot of 2 nnd which will go to tho natural heirs. Tho Knperieucr no 'n.lructlonn Inour tecret ervli-e- . The lnteruallou.il Iletrctlte, III. offlrlnl of Garcattle at $13 to $!5, and will of Miss Nannie L. Bingatnan, with Uifllutfiiu.ronUlnii exact IlkmcMt-- of crlm. wiinled, and fur whore revardt Mr. J. T. JJingaman as executor, was ad- rard county parties 12 head of young lnol uttered. Send 2c. tnip furrapture Urge AddrtM, purtlcuUn. aro Qrannin Detective BureiuCo.44 Arcadc.Clnclnnatl.O. mules nt $100 to $135. mitted to probate. luiiN-Dwisn- ' y JT SATE c x This is tlic season for Canned Goods, and you can find HO WllCrC ClSC a better Selected StOClv tliail at 1 .of wtj-on- 1 1 sS-l- T. R. WALTON'S. Seed Sweet Potatoes, Of Hcst Varieties. WOOD WALLAGE, Men's Outfitter Louisville, Kentucky. WALLACE E. VARNON, j :;;;: ;'r.Z T 0. GABDEN SEBBI Beautiful Flower Pots. Sea Shells for Graves, Walks, &c. THE GALT HOUSE, car-loa- mmi FBES, IK SWEET FICKLES, DUiED FIMJITS, WED CM, k ETECTIVE: Frosh Brown Leghorn Eggs for Sotting. . T. R. "WALTOIT,. J. P. Burton, Clerk. Main and Somerset Streets. wxAdMtefia)tfizzjmJi& -- mmmmmmmmmim am mmmmmmmmmmmmmm&mmmmmimmmmBmmmmmmammmnmmmmimmmmimBmmimmmmammmmm i - - MWMsWnnMWWffffMin m ZZZZSS&3ZSmnmZ2FE Semi-Week- ly k. Interior Journal AT CRISP CONDENSATIONS. MESSENGER. j!-- PRINCE MESSENGER I TIIK STANDAlUlllIvF.il STALLION Published Evory Tuesday und Friday Hay horse, tjVt nands high, iluee years old this A Qcnunii pcnsnnt lias liecn tictcctcd liar stallion. It hands 1 inches huh, nulled Oc t ifijf! Danville, Ky, 1844, bred by II C In tapping n telephono wiro to cttro Ills spring, fullthebrother to Maud titMessenger Dunn's, tober, bv Mettengcr Chief, Mock, ofMaud Messcn-- . season of iVvj Charles will male Sired sire of BELMONT CHIEF 8689, llteglstcredns Dob rheumatism. ft New Yorkers recently carried n dry 2 PTCU VWA.It.iy ADVANCK goods store outfit to Tnooinn, W. T. car train. (3,000 miles), in n twenty-eigh- t "When not o paid $2,50 will be eharged."tf John Wnyne, of Heading, lins n leaden jar 0.19 years old, in which his K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. used to keep tobacco, gold, etc. Train leaves (lowland at 7.10 a. m., returning Two Vermont hunters trapped last t 6 p. m. winter, near Bradford, over 100 foxes, on which they received it statu bounty of L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. fifty cents a fox. Mail train going North u 31pm One of tlio grent industries of Nurem" ' " South 131pm Express train " South berg is making lead toy soldiers. Eight 1157 pm " " " North j7am work ieoplo aro engaged, nntl Loral Freight North 630am hundred ' 6aap m thoy turn out 10,000 soldiers n day. South.. The latter train nlo carry passengers. John Airhnrt, of Phnrnxivillc, Pa., has The above i calculated on standard time. Solar a rooster that ho claims can eat corn ott time ii about 30 minutes fatter a table three feet high. Hu weighs fifteen pounds and his crow Is proor-tionate. the Hush llr.un.li Lgcr, 1 ibU. pike, First dam a fnstnaiur.il pacer, bv Young Amer ica! second dam bj Onttott'a I elegraph, pacerl. AT --325 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, Young America by Wake l'p Juke, record lit, dam liy Old Swen'erp:iccr tlustett'a Telcgrnph Moaey due as soon ns the fact is ascertained or ly Shelton' I'clcgraph Ip.tcer He sired the m.iru parted wiin lit nominal Lucy l'o,.c, record itt'tnud trial in CHAR1.KS DUNN 14 190. His brrcdni.; on dam's side Is very much like Jerome 'I lit tier's. 1 t W. tlisrir dam's being ol . pacing lineage; anil miny others ton numerous to TI1K1IOSS MUI.K JACK mention. The pacing blood has helped In produce (MiuidS aoS),, JayKeSce 1 10 and Nutntwd miles cm I 1 1 , C trout Stanford, I. Ink x-- J 1 SIliAS VATTGHA1T, "i'l I'rtnce Messenger will make the season Will make the present season at the . bles of to Insure a Living Colt. his oivi.eis, 1 miles West "( Stanford ..it the Knob AT THE SEASON, Tike, at At my farm on the Somerset pike a miles south of With the usual return privilege or $60 TO INSURE A LIVI.NM COLT Slanlord I hate Mares kept oil good patiute at owner s n.U at $1 per in nth ,At$10 1 iS, ; Wcdgwoo.l, Sired by the grent llclmnnt sire of Nutw-oVillus. iijo'-J- , and IS other in tne ntt. ills sans have tired join 11, e i'jollsi His daughters hate produced 14 In the First Dam, llctlie Klnkead, bt Contractor, lo3, the sire of Dr. West. Ji;)(- - Secntlildani, full sitter 10 11, Monroe, :iii by Jim Monroe Stt.the tire of l.ady Monroe, i6ii Monroe Chief, Jtith: Kittie Hates, i:iy and 9 others in the J ju list 'I bird dam by DuvuU's Membrinn. fourth dim by 'I horuuglihrcd llelnibiit Chief is nluyand weight i,tt pounds, loaled in 1VS8, bred bv J. I.. Cogar, Midway, Ky. Ilelmout Chief in ilipuaratii e Is very n.iivli like his tire He noted mile at Decatur, Mich , lit i(M in j:ii(. Contldtnng the oucelitnillti of speedy blood, aire, sl)le, shnpeand trailing aetion I have the utmost cnnrldence ih the results to he obtained by bleeding to hint, lilt tint cults wil be developed for .peed, thus milking an carl) showing of his em. client iiialities and bung his celts into prominence llelment Clieil will moke iheseaMin or lis., at mv stables in Mi Kinne), ' 11 TRIAL. 2:31 4, a.i; S30 $10 To Insure a Living Colt. J I' CUOW, He is black with white points 15)1 hnnds high, years old and a sure foil getter His get took the One 16 hands and the other 15(4 hands high, which premium at Stanford and Danville oer the get of 1 will stand the must notml Jacks in Lincoln and Ho le mini tics Parting or trndnig the mnre after she is bred At Ten Dollars to Insure n Living Colt. fori ei Is the insurance .11 d the money is pesltitrly M s. It.U'c.HMAN 14 then due Care taken to pretenl accidents, but will not be responsible should anv orctir T W O J A C K S, u-t- t MeKinney, Ky. OiESAE;! year, old, black with white 'Hut tine Jack, puints, ) hiiucls high, will make the priwenl season at our stable, mile nottli ol Milledaeville 1111 the Dantille nnd lluttutitil pikr. 1 1 PILOT WSL3SBS. A k, 11 & r..i'. Rich and Poor, l'riiico nml Pendant, tlio Millionaire ami Day Laborer, by their common u.su of this reiuuili, ntti'it tlio worlil-wltl- o of Ayer's Tills. I.cnillni physicians reromuion.l theso pills tor Stouim-l- i uriil l.lvur Troubles, Costive-iit'.s.Itllitmxiiess, nntl Sk'k Ilrnilaeho ; also, for r.liitiiuati.siii, Jautitllcu, nml ; cou-tat- n Neuralgia. Tlit-- nro sugar-coate- d no caloiiud ; nru prompt, but tnllil, In oporntion ; anil, therefore, the, very bust mixlli'iiie for Family Use, its well as for Trnvoler.s ami Tourists. " I Imvo ilerlveil great relief froiu Ayer's lMIls. l'lvo years ago I was taken bo ill with rep-utiitis, u-- tt woods, Sttntorri Kv. i i tinnliln to do any work. I took thrvo boxes of Ajer's 1MN nml mux entirely mini. Sim u that timo I am timer without a box of tho.vi pills." J'eter ClirUicn.M'ii, Sherwood, Wis. "Ayor's IMIl bavo hern in uso in mv that I was Rheumatism afford greater relief than an v other meillelno 1 oir tried." T. F. Adams,, Holly Springs, Texas. " I have used Ayer's IMlls for a number of years, and have never found anything eipial to them for giving 1110 an appetite nml imparting energy mid Mreugtli to the Mstctn. I aluavs keep them In the house." II. I). Jackson, Wilmington, Del. " Two boxes of Ayer's Pi Ha cured tno of severe from which I was long a sufferer." Kium.i Keyes, Ilubbardston, Mass. liavti complt'ti'ly veritleil nl) tliat Is claimed for tin in. In attacks of piles, from wlilelt I nufTered many years, they family 11ptv.11 W tif twenty yearn and Headache, The Premium Saddle t.illien. long bummer's day. A Milwaukee genius has established a school for tho trainin beggars. Ho funiihhe fj'WO I tiktvrvi 1. tm t w...laka ,omL ,or cac" Will f make the seatcn ol isy lit mj .table in I.an- "H"'"' 7 eB BT of his pupils, telling them tho Stories to caster, Oarrard count), K) ,.nd will be permitted uso ami the peculiarities of thoso they locrtc mares Or. J. C. Ay or it Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold l mi Dealers hi Medicine. aro likely to meet. In exchango ho demands half tho profits. Money due u hen sert ice is rendered. lhcslt-n-d- i record that Stonewall Jackson, Jr. has 11141k in Advices from Rio Janeiro via Plv- the fair rings, enmbined with the suit cf his nils month say that the inhabitants are ieav- - stamp him asone of thegrandett sues of the Slate. ing tho city in thousands, in consequence To sho the estimate of his breeding, re have the record to protc that rive of his colts raised bj On Sunday night, December 30th, in the town Between Messrs Harris hate been sold fur ijo while a ofStanfurd, Ky., a III.ACK HORSK, about 15K of tlio spread of yellow fever. 3,000 and i.OOOdeaths havo already taken number of colts belonging to other parties hate both hind feet white, small Jiandt high, 5 star in the forehead and snip on note. He carries place, and they aro continuing at tlio sold for Jaoo tn $1,500 Also sire ol Jerrj I.., trot tcr, t it his tail, which is wry hea,r, a little one sided. He Stonewall Jaceson, Jr, stands lull it hands high, r was hitched to a btiggy, comparatively rate of l."0 a day. Tho authorities are beautiful bay color, magnificent carriage and acnew, with blue cloth linings Besides the State saitl to bo utterly powerless. I will give Jas for the recovery of tion and shows in the stable lot lust as well at he reward of $50, w.111 lair ring lie w iir.il', ineuorse, ouggiy linn tniei Joo Wilson, an Alabama river fisher- ones in tne1st datu llelle bv was sireo hy stone dam jAtStanford, Ky jd Messenger, 97 man, colored, caught a huge catfish and jacKton; by Helm's Vorkthirej )d Jr; same Cook dam ltob Mosbt race mare, by Haintiletonian. started home with it. Somewhere on Jackson's lit Washington Denmark, he Stonewall bv Imp the way tho fish flopped its tail against lledgford, ist dam by C rusadrr, In- - bt Old Whip Jr, tho hammer of Wilson') gun. The piece Ofiio's Young by ouug American." 1st d.im by America, by Wake Cp ist was Ulncunrgetl. betiding n land of duck- dam by Old Sweeper, a tery last pacer' Jake, Up AVukc r "Whiiever I am troubled with or suffer from loss of appetite, Ayer's Pills sot 1110 right again." A. J. Klsor, Jr., Ilock House, Va. "Ayer's Pills are In general demand among our customers. Our sales of t limn exceed those of all other pills Wo hn never known them fail to give etitn-satisfaction." Wright & Hatitully , um Diego, Texas. com-liiue- d. u, to tho Philadelphia "Zoo." The-- o little recoid 14 with it in 2 v lass jnd jy in i 35 !. animals, which are known in their na- rirst ilamil by IluiirlH I tuet, the sin nl (.almar lUm liy little tr.i.ur, inorouj' .nnj tive country as "lion providers," had Wilft u t Ins Home,' .Maples, the season hnrdly been placed in their cage, in a At S20 wing of the lion and tiger house, lefore Sire of Sallix Yagen 1 tho iions set up n roar of welcome. Vclume VIII, Arthur Sims hat pioed himscll to Le a superb IUj iitsj hand. high, A. T. K. lotlj.) The auditor's oflice in Walla Walla breeder Call and see his colts at his home was invaded tho other day by n man SIRKD IIY IA I.K WII.KtS 4ji. WYANDOITK. Smnoard No $516, by Metro bringing in 897 gopher scalps, represent- polilan, one of the best bred sons o Kysdyk'. lit Oeargo likes ti, tire of 61 in J jh or bolter his dam hating ing ono month's work. If the premium Hamblctunian,dam Claralorthe dam ofHyacinth a by I dum Flora by SketUiMIe (tliorotiglilinsJ. Dexter 17, Yolunteer; id Director 117. I'halUt 1 dum Mcdlev by Old Watev, b lleathune, iwtccr. on gophers is not too insignificant It and Dictator, the t.ndy and bt would look as though they were tho moot a ljU, lie- William Welsh, the10sire First damImtie i dam bj Sheflon's Telegraph. W.lsli ol Princi ikim Frunk (tliorwiehbrrtt.) profitable Crop ll Washington territory viul 1 jl and JeretnMh al!-4- d daman Inbred Danvillh Wllke has started In rise races, tton Wagoner mart;. Ac I his grand tiiuii colt con- Ihrr ( tlitm in straight lnsts ami third mone) in fnrnmr nnnM rale. tains 43 per cent. r the oli horse Kysclt ks Mam-- , faurth. Daot ills Wilkes is alsthe first and only grand In a village of Westphalia chess is one hlelfJnian No. to, the founder of the greatest trot ling family the world has e.er known, coursing son of licorge Wilks that hns jirodHced hc In of tho school studies. An examination ' through his frwm diftcrent channels Hame a ,t or bcltr. Dantille hat two more of Ins get ttiat are now in training and, barring accidents, in cness is nem unuuully m the upper It- Ktsdvks llami, etMiiaii, nlunieer, .Metropoliand William Welsh bpsldvs, am will make records of t form of tho school, mid tho liest six play- tanl.imiteit to is Mpprotrd mares lor further in confide t that Dantille tu or belter, letter his Ins Willos will ers, who, however, have to In ictorious formation or ..ards address ord of )44 to 1 j. He hat been the bast T A lil.KIN. 15 half in a rnre m tot-three times running, are presented with Lancaster, Ky Danville Wilkes ha. proven himself a Hue breed n chess board nntl feasted for a whole er and i. stir to produce trotters and twrties can 11 A Milwaukee mini mado a cannon, filled it with Kivder and doublo 11 shot, got in front of U and touched the thing oir. His purjioso was to commit suicide, and ho biteceeded. In Madisonville, Ky., the authorities have passed an ordinance forbidding brass bands from meeting "for tho pur-pos- o of learning new pieces of music within 1500 feet of a dwelling house." Up to ninety years ago every shoo was fastened with a buckle, and no man had the lenst idea that the timo would ever como when lie would have to take his teeth ton hard knot in a shoestring. The gold mine on Douglass Island, Ore., recently bought bran hnglish syndicate for $2,000,000, has lieon diamond drilled throughout, ami it is said thorn is gold enough shown to keep 1,000 men busy every day for l.'O years taking out tho gold bearing quartz. A coujdo of jackals havo been added VIDETTE, JH,., Koalcd tine si) le Ed- - Barlow, 2376. STANDAKD tugh.sir'il iiyllirnev Wilkes, sire r t haiiiRiuil U likes 1 ji'y and 1 ena Wilkes 1 y'i dam llelle by Mitinhiono I'ilut. Jr, by first hiinl. lit II (St Star Datit) Al.inibr.n Dark Lfwii .i.e year o.d, white Innd I .t, Rft.K . Ill.uk Stalli.ni, ft', hands high, foaled 1IS1; bred hands high and n d.nk hav, 16 by A liuldsiiiiti Orange count), New ork, First dam by Mr Sired by Vnlitle n Charlie Whip, he b) Imp Whip; mI dm by by CASTELAR, will make t lie season of iSS.) at in) stable one mile from Stanford on tte Hustuntille pike by Wohurn w ist dam Yoburn Maid The dam ol Carter, bv a Mambnno horse and dam a Living Colt. At $10 to by Matnbrinv Messenger jrddaat Yidettc was by Yindet, he bj lllood'o lllack Hawk, he bv old I inn Winn CASTKI.AK. iooj, ,by Voltintefr. 5,, sire cf St I' l,f .t ycnis win, Yidette was shown j times and bciten only once Julien a u)f.tc; 1st dam 'Miss Nodme, by Hammond, son of l'oltet's Cla; v flu in Welfs Star, At 4 )cars old he could trot in j 35 easy b) dam tif Arttllct) JJI.'f. and Modesty ! Ametican Star, 14; jd dam by llsrtrand H a mblc Ionian, to; 1st dam by WOlll'KN, The well known Jack, will make the present sea- Mis. Coolcy Ii)J41, ; dam Telegraph, a lisinii colt. at ties'. Cooley oy I rida). wl id dam the son at the same place at $8 J K FAKHIS. lito, (al-lati- Sirod I0C2. J7-- Insure Ji bt Msmlriii" id dam n Inst irotnnir mare from the North Patting w iih mnre siiiVit thv .easnn Jue C v. it Wllkcwa. sired by llmler, he by Stints, imported from Illarne) Harry - by i,esirge Wilkes, sire of Mm Wilkes a ijs,, Ac. First dam Kuaa Spain He hat prosed htmsi-l- i a suit- fo.il getter b) Kotroe, sun 11I 1'ilni Jr. sireof ihedani ef Maud J R WKH.HT S JoSti,ii).K)e-See10, C.c Mltledgrtlle, Ky j Pilot will make the seasntt of t Woods' ilkes 54j miles Irom Dantill, on tnt A larm IMIit ille and l.antatter pika, in j tttand Mambrino Pilot, who at 1 yeara old nailed knld fur $17,000 rash Second dam thegraiid-dar- n At $10 to Insure a Living1 Colt. - Pilot, Jr. by Kclfs Mambrino lllot Chief First dam by Old lirtr il Fntistinc 1 s lUatl PK INGE OK WALKS, JR. At $12 to Insure a Living Colt. Ilieedtrs will hsrte that IM.it Wilkes hat two Pilot. Jr, .rsses. his urnnd-tir- e. MamortHo Pilot, being a brother in i.l.ml iu Acalde, site f H)laa tH, tire of Susie "t lor furthrr inliirmati' 11 callmi "r addiess J V Woods 10 S H esgrr Steve Walker it 1'oi.r years old rispple grat, two white feet Ite-hi- nd and snip ill ta.e IT hanis high, weight .too pounds, tm title and action Sired by Imp I'rlnce of Wales at IllaudeustiUe. Ill Dam tktev Mocgan fourths Clydesdale and one-lonrThis is the horse l breed 111 to get faun stsval and inula plates as I bate nmtersall) sold say mules lor more mone) man any one in mis sec tit j l. JMSRPII tWOI'l. Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, 5526. Arthur Suns, Standard X.. .41 ED BARLOW Will stand at my stables, two mil-- s from Stan ford, Ky , on tlu Knoti l.ick turnpikr, at lion, This horse will make the present season At $8 to Insure a Living Colt.; (ioost gmtt at fa per nt'inth (Sood care taken of all stock, hut no repauiSiltv tor m intents, BREECHLOADER this I ! $16 to t Insure a Living Colt or $10 tho Honaon. j T IIOCKKK. ; I't Cell Knot, IIOU ! Danville . to Insure. 2:34,. Wilkes! . This fine vming lack 4 yeara old. 14 bands 1 I he In est n inches, datk brttwti with white puints serving lack in Lincoln ciunir and a sure lout A Iftsn retained on Mutie) due Sepinnbei 1, iVso (ilam getter Sued b Caldwell's dam a jenita ; id slant )ennet loo Will siaad the all ngtt until money is patd 'trading tne mare lorteit. insurance piosclil season 11 in stwlile in Hustotttillc Descniiilun llreerhloader Is a rich dart bay. with black 4hIs, beast maneandtail, iM ka4. At $10 To Insttro a Living Colt. ctstlw ore large, fine alls! ol tolitl rotor; high His can be ten ai I S 'IVtis' Or mottet isiu JXO S. GIK1DK. 'S rrnscHsr II,I.IAIS. thormighhre will make the seas-iof iM. at the tleorge Kusseli drm.oii the Dantille aacl HutMisillr iike,Her Mllledget e, at SIO to Insure Living Colt, it Not; GOVER'S Ills lust Caj tt illktu, MESSENGER. lS. sin-o- f Jay-Kte.- e - 4 - 16 hand htgh, lolled April , dam b) t,ra,t Iwtgle, id dam by Copper-botlxo- l, Ac He was sited tt MesMCUgrr Chief, Jr , by Messenger Chief, tire of MauJ MrsMeger, iH ; ist dam Jennie by l.i mo. sd dan b) MamnriHo Slet , 4 - -- tiOH-- d 1 hate a chance lo get his produce now tor n very low ru 1 1 Ayer's Pills, FKKI-AItS- 4s Stonewall Jackson, 1 Jr. $25 to Insure a Living Colt. care taken with ista.es and grass at responsible fur accljenis should any occur Immediately alter the ctose of the season Danville Wilket will go into training lor a letcr recotd Parties that are well Informed know that tho thoroughbred Hood must bo in the trotter ami Dnniille Wilkes crrlaintv hat plenty ol 11, hit dam b) a thoroughbred horse, ar-- then the pacing cross lie hat should tend to produce fast and gnod race horte. Dantille Wilkes will make tho season at the Fair (ironiids. Danville W. M. Ill'K. the usual rate, hut not The be.t 01 At $10 the Season, dt-tn- d 1 STOXiEftT I side-ba- Sued h) Nelshs . luii. the ssre nl X.l.'iv. I, . 1 test, lor, y. I'ntt dam b Faacy ik.y, i ( Letiagiou THE COMIIINKD STAI.l.ION. Second dam a fine saddle mare btvoght frort. Canasta a great p emtum mare was usMlur Jtu Nat is a dars hav colt, foaled April 16, iMe, it We h ill lt tJnJ mir Ja k, hands j inckew hlh. hij nunc and tail, good head. heck and shi.nlder, nice Isack and natteri, and good, boat-- lea Nut it one ! the best ninhiaed 1 colta in America; hat nice walk, rack and canter, Will male the season of 1M0 at my stable between show a ) gait In Shelby Cut and Mllledget die. in Lincoln county, At SHVF.N IKH I Alttt. insure Season due and ran handsome minute will be harness fellow this permuted to umi-on- l on the Dantille and Huttoiitille pike, at when in ire t aried ilh rtfteen cIhhcc mares at the low price ! II ! .V I t'KIIS 14 4am ki Am hv tt . ' . Mh .. ; iisrnanv s iFiomette, otn nam Whip, uth dam ky Shlpp's Paragnn. Cannon's Messentfcr Chief was sired bt Abstattak I'ltol : tit dim by Mambrtntt Messenger; d dam ky He sired Mand Mowimcer, Mambrino Chief. .Vc Abel record t t ; Marvel si. Manuing iH. Koheit II, record 1 jt; trial sjiI,, and . other fast Abdalhh Pllrt was sired bt Aletandor Abdat an; istiMm titatwHU nt tiamorttm t,niet 11 Red Jim and wfcer. sired Itckardf Aletander sAbdaUaa (son f Ktsdyk's Ham sisi siin.Hi,ui 1111.1 to. who in lorn smith Maid i 11; Major l.dsull sired Robert Mctsiegor t 17, stre of tlonnW 1 iH, Kr, ftc St. Klmo. tec rd 1 so. was tired by Ale Sander's Abdallah. dam said tohe ti) lain Kellfonndor.A. Mambrirm Chitf, ike sue of the second dam of Messrttuer thief, Jr. sired the great I ad) Thome t ilk, ami Mambnno Patches. h la turn aired lnidtm a MH. and tttlwrs in J sound hotter and also tired the dams .if (,ay Wilktt 1 H. I tar on U iikes 1 il ar.d the dams 'f it 4hrr. with tecotds of a to and better He wiiistjnd the season of iliy at "'i' l.iver) hard ai Stable in ... . N. b liter, Uum 71110am Dy ..V -.M,,. t, j Vtrgistsw ky Cnffl llurbridic lot breodHrg. Inst sVWv neslierM is note lost , halnrved 10 ne ky America, by Imp Monk). 10 da 11 dam by Imp Medltt 11 dam by Imp Sttark. 1 j dam by lirirrffittrttaight I nam ns .tinert j dam by Algrrute I daw bylU.yAUrtW 9 dam a niTrr"Tiarthaad ,n Ytley, (grtwd Jam of IHnetle) by Hob lottnsoo a ttam Mary Churchill by Alee Churchill j dam by Imp. Margrave iKiwstdum af King AI- Imwi 4 dam Mittletne by Cltetoi.ee t daw Ilia, k yst Stuaa b) Tigst t dam Nellie llllliHCIII.OADKIt. bov, llr Imp INIIet. io. tottled in ttto . i,. WottdftMd. IMrhaVtc. lite l.ionesa, .Vc . died ly Hi get last season won StJuia and he ,(B MCon.l in the Is4 of w Utaasjar sirea. He was M1 i .4 jeart tsld and hi got won from v, Pasture for males at ii'so per Mith No 1 spuosi'iiiiiy iir a.i utents 1 II III I I iiwien0!et,tlr of ab-n- e andaltaiMms lt lt,mt irr 1 4 ii IMUXa" M' h HARRISON CHIEF, JR., SlOtolnsuro a Living Colt. B ao 1 k John, - most stubbornly red skin goft( smooth and white. Viola Cream is not a paint or powtler to cover defects, but a remedy to cute. It is superior to all other preparations, and 13 guaranteed to give satisfaction. At druggists or mailed for fit) cents. Prepared by X3i&5i'.X THISpreparation.without . "--17, retr1 ijiiry,removes Freck- s. 'ilcuL lea. Liver-MolePirn plos, Black-HeadSunburn and Tan. A few applications will render the s. o, 3. C. BITTIVIDR, &, CO., TOI.KDO, OUIO. at McUoberts A-- FcrSalt Stagg's, Stanford, Ky. P ft w xi i a P -t B CD a a P xn B Lr Ht l0iWBVw4tlJ" BufsassmASsrKS iMPJ j WBomk BHMl HsnaaW"rST?''' -- Hi - hi I mfW't T -?- ' ' WM. ADAMS & SON, 4, HMIADWAY, LEXINGTON, richer extended ol itadsan Pilot, p'oaled May I, 1874, is a Mahogon) bay, Hi, 'f iinv King, hands high, heavy mane rich tail, is strictly tine blood,for tin to racing calendar and find the lint he b) NorsuaHM(Aleaiiilersj by the Mone nnr.e and Ueiiruiii j m; .Moct iik irl a comes of, both l.y sire and dam illumines its damSliMom mare by Magnum Ihiiiiim. Nurinan a ajS: Lady MmjiiV and King and fancy; is both a natural and pleasant s.iddler ; brlehlest tunes with crvat aclnet einents. He ciwi- - sired Lulu s . i.t, and May Qutvn a 10 bleeds fancy and when quietly driven harness would admit that a i6H ; he the sire of I.etiiiginn a n (Sleucnc-- , I etingnn and I'liac- - of liisstis hj.r slrsil .. . ... ...rH..n..u Three ,. f .i p p hoJohn Bright neverMr. Patchen. sire of the dam nf k!m goes like a trotter He Is high-tai- l st)le un both bines the blood of .tliiiniirtn oven nppio.ichcl Ciladstoiioasun Curtis, IS full b other to Lndv 1'horne j in'i and side to the third generation, is backed by thor- inn. the latter through his sir: l en llrmck- and daughter are the dams of 6 in cviiuiiiiii, unci ins the a tu hit 5. I exington twlie tliroiith . lirohie and orator. sire of London 1 :o .,; Kntie .Middletnn i jj; oughbreds on both sides, making htm tcrynitite Holion, thediini nf'len nro.ckaiitt litencoe, Fannie stal erra .111a win make the present season t my err thrice le ) a .Mambrino Kme a at. ha. n in : v. list, and is un-- I and sprightly in gait; iu form and finish .1 perfect . 1'ocliahont.is If the old adage Dr. McGlymi will hiientl the cornimr surpaated as a sue f producing clams o p modW. He was sired by Siimpter Denmark, he bv ill Florine, will tell" It eti gnoil, this tnung lioise At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. that "llliaid King Curtis will make the aeasi n of iUg at mv UKiiHiKiriiiMs, lie os c.aioc-s.summer in a lecture tour through Oreat 1.1, wrlh l... ,.,, -croinweil a ., - mat win .. .. .1.- - .: .' c ,, ,. ov farm on the tanl rd and Mil rdgxullc pike at .1. icnmurk. 110 ot tne race norse I'euinarK. ne S,V i "T ... e e Britafn ami Ireland. Note 'I erra Mia made a i nil mile in a co with ' .! "" ... ' , . Imp nntWursl. II.. I.mt da... .v red by '". V a4 (. II sit week- - .1.1.1, Ming I.CRllW rw ut louiiunirra oir nance nt oy re . , ., Tho public iuconio of the ItIiico of SIS ts.ii ice, c,u i..,,.,. u lit , Insuro a Livo Colt. hlr All.eri tlioioiighbie IJ,;,I dam bv irgimus, he . ,. son. Drake Carirr. ,r.ifull hrithi h.. i .' a Wales last year, in nddition to Ids parlia-- ) . .. t .. ..Iim tne e mby, thoroughbred!; dam of O Good pasture $a per knit and a 5! c mentary allowance of 200,000 a year snunttlile lor ac iilenta ormonth, but will not be re- ny tne Yirgimus by .11Trson s wnlpp,jl tliini hea Kait. nets well put u. ttringlv nest descendants a ceieoratccl et .(- - . e all tile inuteius ami uuariers Whlpp mare. CO A W CAKl'KNIKK. to from tho consolidated fund, was further of Letiugton and will juake the imuin at $30 to CD Insuro. increased by il.OOO as Duke Cornwall a p. anil $1,750 as honorary colonel of tho ! l MI.lrtOPllI.il AN, 1,7.. ; ALLEN BASHFORD, 2. Tenth Hussars. Son f Ktsdyk's Hamblet..iiiaii 3 5j 2 Uq lllack nit, foaled in l88t by Caliban a 41 sire of Son of Wallace Denmark above: ist dam by MilDam JOL1 IK, Senator and Mrs. Hearst Imvo pur1 u Coaster titx, i ler' Denmark, he l) the race horse Denmark ; his C I' Clny (1 18, Cyclone 1a 141,son ol Alimuit, ist liy lllood Chief, 7a by Patcanl to, sire as chased ex Secretary Fairchild'a Wash- dam Fluriic; id dum bv .Montgomery's (lllter, 3d dam Alice if-'t- : ul clam Mailitin sire ol tannic Robintoii. 1 ant-- . loin it a itlie shaped horse, of Funiiie W nnertKin , dam by old Drenuon. t ingtou residence and will make it ono of VI dam of i yrur-ol.Metropolitan by Il).d)k't Ilniiibleton.an' black witn I1e.1t) inane and tail; 15 ij hands high; Finch llascom Kmm.l (! Punt ma a record a 3814, tho nioit attractive homes in the capital. dam 45 liy Dreiinou, I 44 and Alice yncinih by oltmteer. gtat.d-daiia natural kaddler and will warrant him a saddle Clara, ilam a Among tho improvements which they I exterand 3l dam by General Taylor Caliban a 44 Ii) Au.cruai htr Mamlinno (lift MetropolitanDictator. I,y Pilot.- Itire of llamas 1 ...... ist.. . . 1, nckt.owledged'by all to 5. p contemplato is the addition of a ball- or ny i.is.ius M. i.iay Jr, sire of the best and by a o) ilam the very best bred sn, L ! Pitsc.-t- l by Zl. Hurango 2 in room 200:; 150 feet in hize. Harry City a it'm ever fualed. fli. fTs.fl ...terKtiiM Victotlt , P earlie Loonh stroof l'edimiiiu a 111.,, Altnont, at the Mel emit sue for i7.oji, ilc In,.),,,, ,, f, .If, B. P. Shillabcr ("Mrs. Partington") is i nrd by American ciav.sirent iirativ tie 1 ao: 71 I hi. fine Jack is 1) (iiant, lie by Imp. Palermo; dam by John Ciimpbell son of Wagoner; id dam lllood Chief, by I cod's lllitk llawk-.l.,.- , crippletl with rheumatisin, and says: i . nt dam h Itolunson's Sampson, he by Imp. Mam. Ivllkenmiv bv Milieu, ton of Ainiriciiu lictinte. moth, ad 1I.111. by Imp llerirciud. ."With pen, paper, pipo anil pills I Jaco't ist dam Aliunnt liy Alenandrr's Abdallab, tire of (iolil oy iimncion id lllnn.l 1 i... tired by lllack H.iwk.'ad dum by Tippecanoe. Mainbrlun Chief, sire Wnoley Jim smith Maul a 14 tstdaiiilif hero from year's end to year's end. pa-- j n I.. 11..1.1.. Vi" Inn it a handsome Jack, 4 years old, 16 haiidt of In m nf Directoir I 17, ul clam Nate liy runt Ir, cniei 1 ate. lit"5"..!.: HI.ICK :"" n , , 4 ami . tient ns may he, receivo my frienda and high, bla k with mealy note. Will serve a lew tiri-o- ,f d.im of Maud S108),, Thunnal z tnn of Von Armin a 10U. i,,,! ai.. '.:. Z:',"V thclu ....... ..r Jennets wait for tho better life." "Ix.t us havo ICUI,lvC IllllS IWU ClUSil. Ul Mambrino Clnef, grand dan, of Hel.e flrustield V, ',? -",".1' l '' 'I he nbote stock will 111.1k? the teason of 1S89 at two of Pilot, J r. two of Henry Clay and one tit ", icing, , ,.4 u..,r, mj , y, ,,4. p's" Boeins to bo the genial humorist's my t.irm 3S miles from Hustouville,ne.ir CarpenU Hambletoni.iu; built upon n picingiinil thorough, Tsireint'iy nne ami sti isli Wil I his colt will senc mares at ter s Station, and will be permitted to serve by the bred foiiniliitron motto. .ifta at my ttahlo a Mt.relai inil. s.'',', '.'"" ? C"?" p ' insurant e, $15 to Insuro. north ofllustonville. .... " r Tlio Ahlxi Poretti, a Corsican ' vii.t. mm Dan , We will also stand the ti'ted Jack. tillepike a member of manyecientiflc nntl priest, Wallace at $12.50; Tom at $10, historical re At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. PEYTON EMBRY, societies, lias written a remarkable work n a mnwi J ACO nt as for Jack colt and $i j (or Jennet. called 'Christopher Columbus, riench- Lien retained on all colts At 10 to insure. laklngsio.ityle auu bread . lit! Slock committed In my care anil breeding will Ing into consideration, we think tills the chaapst. t0 athct horse or traded lf.i.,.., If. man, Corsican nnd Nativo of Calvi," Jlu rcceite my pertonal iilteulion. (ir.us rurmthod stock eter offered. Or.tst i., season i'ii"1 ' .V, '"J"h Cari "" be inaiiitaiuiiiK that America was not dis ,?r"J .Mare, kept on grass ot $a per month. No re- - , ,kell nt reasonable rntcs, to be paid for before removal ll o or .ptm.-ikilipsontibillty. Tor further wrilcubr. X.'.M anj V&w. CUP" '"" n11' ofstmk No responsibility for accident covered liy Christopher Columbus tho Parting with stock forfeits Insurance. ddits. S.H.orJ.H...Ai;..nfMANft Genoeso, but by Christopher Columbus W.S.WK'.HAM, i J.STKKLF. OARPKNTER. MEN YOU HEAR OF. o c j ui o "oy .Messenger, ist dam by Sound and all right Will nut be allowed to serte shot through the negro's thigh, inflict- Nedley Thus will be ceu tbut he has the blood mares that are not regular breeders Money due ,..,,, wound. :.,.. very Ulg necessary to m.'k him what he -t- he groat and when the coll comes, mare sold ,r Itanaferted A IMP. LONDON, lieu will be held on ullcoltt until paid fur. for all nurno.es. Tho "highest prico on record" for a successful sire of horses reasonable terms Pasturage for in ire at Description ami I'eOigree: Harrison thicl, Jr, high, Chestnut pohtago Btauip was realized recently at P S Colts will stand for the teuton. It n red wirrel, stands it hands 3 inches in height, great jiw stallion. iis' hud llrascletsued by the hy Annlns, Under lirat am He 4 years old this spring, has big tail and mane. the mart, Tokenhouse yard, London, ' "" l'runite by ( odringlon; d dam Miss We the undersigned h ite are in and seen the is by Harrison Chief, he by Clark Clnel. the sue Otykes h Iheti.ier . 4th dam b the Colotwi.Ac. when an unusual 4 cent British (Sulntin colts of the well known horse, Sicnewall Jmksoti of l.ady Thorne il His dam l.ute, the dam ol ' Chief. a Hunker pleasure stamp of 1850 was knocked down to Jr.. and it alfords uscolts have to uy that he a in by a sou sJSH. The damof Harrwon out of a Jr. is bo tud book hit furthw pedigree,Daltomun out of Ijw Under, was bt sii guod breeder. His of Walton's Mambrino, he mare given by w indhomid. h I.) th eter famous Pali Buhl, the dealer, for $&0. Tho hame etery particular tt number of iliumsatisfaction hate devel- by Alexander's Ahdalhth, d dam by Minevole) Dalesman bv king iowi. the moat ahmn well as combined animate an J have won the he h old Lexington; id dam b ""itawhan s lorn gentleman alsto Iwught a similar stamp, oped esslulsir knglnnd ha. user pinduced; his ...nt Crock-Hall peter by 4th in the allow rings which, however, had lieen 'hri'igh the premiums Cecil, Ch.is I'. WunhiiiiinT. tJcntry, ... .k .i,.. t... ti..i..u a, dam t... Davt ....i (,rent loin.i Kitie Ilan and Phaeton t imtsort- ... .... ..h... : Granville un.n ,,,.v hoinat ..H.vin. v... .i..u '. ten.ed in the I . S. and made ihemsertca famyt a. D rnglili Wm. Kue sader post, for $1S., King turn was by Harkaway Mr W. 11 Wilson, of Cvnitnana. Kv . sold n sires of winners. THUS. I! WAI.KLK, l.ancasitr. IS combined gelding, a full brother of Harrison Chief the sire of Irish H.rdi ate her and Fangha llalhnigb The wife of a prominent Plattvillo, bv Leamington talesman's (sire Jr, l..r Ji.ioo. also soh! two others at i,7to- .tr loon of So 'tis seen that I otidon dam twoPan la Ala., citizen mado u lot of batter cakes ha close ne Kentker aoiu anotner ctiaimned geioing tor and th rowel, sir runt so too can .ee the breed of this. tilt is more Vses of Pantaloon on April and stulTed them with cotton. Uletlout tlsUHle, rallltl jli! atl- than nnc .llirr .tallmii . thus- h,l.- thrnugh l.nnercasl, When her husband sat down to thfl ta lie belter pricea than an) other stallion. '!' "l ' .,,,le ,,hro.u."h. h,t d' Caster, Sul Orlando, Unrmelet. Ihrdcalcher, TheH ""T he was very excitedly describing how Mare, keptat i 50 -r momli mi grass. Can. if' Standard and Kegtslered Kule i. perfnrmerw and tlrea an and all niuat ttkei to nretent accidents but not resnonsihle In Ktnrland theLondon famoushail llawes escaped from tho Birmingham has V he colts in start should any occer SANDIIHIF. and three were winners This horse will stand at jail, nntl he became no thoroughly Miiledgetille, March 17. ll.) Ilrothcr in blood to King Philip, re. ord i jJ. $20 to insure a living oolt iu the narrative that ho ato nil Cnostnut hurse, 15 i lunds, fi.aied ilaa; bred by John J. Curtis, Fyi-tlcounty, K) tho cakes without once noticing anything CONCRECAN, Till. IANt SVDDLIi STALLION. (leculiur iilniut them. His wife hud to SIRED IIY MA.MI1UINO KINO, ia;9. 16 hand, high, by 'Ieit Itruotk ist liny horse, explnin to him nfterwartl that ho hud ouHi dam ui Fellow p'uj and Drake Carter b,v ist dam Mitt Patchen by.MaitihriMO Patchen llnwcr ill's nnd SpendPlanet, ad .Krnlite. been fooled. Ho claimed that tho joke ad dam by Delmnnicu, site of Darby, a iOv lorilio, Idle- thrift's dam b) l.csillgl n, jd wnson her. jo uiiui ur tusiernir 1,1, in the stud wild's d.un by Imp. Iileiicwr .MambriirO UjmJvoniei 11 ,l. ' i'' !"'":'' 11 $15 to Insure 21 U viii jj Colt STALLIONS Viill iSHtj. Ten Mares -- Dollars to Insure. I ctdents Parting with marr shall Inrfeit the in.iiranre m esertcase All) inlormatlua will lie git.nstim home 4 m.les oast I .tatif rd oil Kwob I 1, k piv. urh aJdressing mv at a'tnte pos4.ilire ".I , will be kept at 50 cents per week, tin. tit at owtiers' n.k, but all care taken to present . I III AS I. I KtlV 1 r ' . I Terra A.ta 9525. rtegittercil. ..I . AT , n't. haiuis high, foaled Mat is Miedb MtlK'H'iiLlI AN i,- -, I irsi dam loda It hy Lumber tttA, lrc ul I Lumber i and the dam ! Multie Wilki . j,v Jd dam lapitala b Aletinder's Norman is .ire ih Lulu a 144 and Mil) Qimen a m , jil dam Kit. Miller, thoroughbred, bv llalph. 41I1 ilam Dave della, thoroughbred, by Imp Ulipte, jth dam liotvn Mary ilMttoughbrad. bv Sampler, Mh dan Luc) lilac kburn, thneouglibred, by Ilia, kt,ri.'-Whiilh dam Mary lliown. I. Teleaiacus. 1th .lam Ihejaaut mare, ilmrough tred, b I up Janus letrop.iliun ijya full brother to Heina a, dam of Primeton )ios,Hnclid , 1., Itt.dyk'e HmableioHion, i.t dum H)a. imhli uluntecrrj7 id dam Ctarw (dam of Dettcr J Ainu Atioria I aoUJ bt American Slar, td dam McKinstry mare hnl.i'. Idam Shark s Ml, I.mi bt. .yKt, record t 15. by Kilceswn ijo. dan, Drown coll, 1 1 1 1. ,,-- - - wi-- - I 1 King Curtis, 9634. c ;, , -r - - 1 I - t- ' 1' I ,, 1 ! Wallace Denmark, 111 ' I c - if, ei,, j d-- in horc 21H; Klyria Killer 14 iirorouurcJ tk in the world and i the ttrtf book pedigree and find no C o - j-- i ,. 1 -- to .. x - .. ,.,'... ",V"TZ . cm. i.n i Tom Hobinson ' ringoldT ut d ' ' Mum-briii- o CREAM JA'COI 1I11111 n. - ftotfij Mm-d- t 1 . ,,,,,,.., J LEXINGTOfJ.KY. I Jv.l(i,0CotDican. ... ores-cape- 't t.j Alereland, K) ''Wf'EflrW.