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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889051001 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. & V Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVII. GEORGE O.BARNES. Interior Journal, STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1889. , NO. 26 Iu IC K God 1h I,ovc and Nothing Else. m. Vt PltVAJrilC Ss.s'iinti. 1st I)kii I.stkiiioii O'.'d Tine I.OUD. ., Mai :i, 'S'.t. tilt. Iicing The birthdiiy of itto minimi, and we nil having streak of in iih latent or acknowledged it w.is deemed a propitious d.iv to shift "hc.idipuirters" from Palm Uiucb to Tho 'Jistors. livery tlilngnt tho latter place was in a fright- "J'ic'aft L ful condition of unreadiness and iinllii-IslWe .!,. ,.,,p but we didn't mind that. We were ,,. the mipur-titio- -- bur together with ropes; put doom and windows atop ami actually towed, poled and pushed the taft around l.iglit-- 1 louse point and (I miles up the Gulf heaeh to Yorlek's plaee. Then hv a bonus of St a I... I I.. I... H...........1 .. V nf llllil Itllttlwseiiin tl w wiiv muiuui III4IH li iljilltt.il liiti viiimi(t uriii;i inn cargo nt the right npot. lie made, hlsiv'O in nlxMit ;! hour and left, frightened still at the awful Oulf beach, lint happy in his J0. The nest man only charged j'.' a tlMiim.mil, nml iu I opt, In future to deuiand .lellvery cratis. or at the san.e niiiisuiiiiii. iiiiinrinsmiii. 1 mis en- trenched error has to he patiently but WON'T TAKE NO. SPOKANE WINS THE DERBY. V. I r : V FMAN I , To tiik Hon. It. ! 1 C Waiiiikv On-har- -- We, tho I ..in. m preand voters of Cruh Lot isviixh, May II, 4 Spokane won cinct, knowing your fitness to lepresent Proctor Knott .,.. ...... 1. the Derby this (.....tnl.ta... ..f t.u t.l""'"--iiuieu- i t,() m0Mt carni'stly ruriuust tlint your second; Once Again third, itcord biok. KmkK'O.v. name be allowed to go before the demou en. racy of Lincoln county as an aspirant for MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. wild olllce. Believing that you will got' . . I ... It". .!!... Tl. .... an almost unanimous support in this end M.iiMM 1. noui ami .his Lizzie ..1., CI... r.f (It.. ...,. ,, f... tl... .... tut ..,! r. .in. 11 11.. I.hit ar- ' " " " ' '" """''-""'" " n(,m!llllll!(l uM1 rm.lvt. handsome ma- - ried vesterdav at Mr. J. B. Mvers near , . ' , , bpcch.1 Popat, Ii citiiMiH to (he Interior Journal SUROKON' DEN "iTANrORD, IT, KcNTUCKt, M. F. ISriuklcy ,. Office south tide Main, a- - rs above Depot St. U a Candidate tor Clerk nf the Court ol Appeals subject to the acticn of the democratic party Elec Hon Auguit, 1890 eu-nin- '"-""'"- JACKSON HOUSE. DENTIST. Office in LiikisU" Stanford, K tr-i LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. u-ij- opposite court hou r FRANK BJNLEY, PROPRIETOR 1 " -- uci-iis- e 111111 mm .rtlAn r vmvviv J31iiru,U X.UUUVjX. rie..-dvv,fi- mjrw v IIIILiIiS. Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First cla Fare and Reasonable I'ricei. Day and night Train are met by Polite Porteri ot thu Popular House. io;-t- f. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., J u ' ahiisi muion, hi t support: 1 1l(Uc ' flrnt ' . ' ' '" ,0r' Jo,,n I'. ... . . wnne-- , .JOIIeS, . .1. S' Kla r. . l,1,r,"" A- '' J"B,tfP' 'ri',m' " weeK, with the perhaps of tilling , Cir- - , i nu In.wnul , , , , , LOUIS SCHLEGEL, Hoouerdid Vorlck and Will ..unouu.-(. with tl e iiiiu..-tin, a srAM-Ol'llKS tho kttehen ready foroceupuiou than we m lUy. as he was dn,,, .!, ish ni: net. ,.. K. Wl.,H,MU'c..i.li.Kto,,, I).u, Hoi' f ,k "made a break" westward This is "out He went .town before his father tloor. m,," t al10" "' V lliplelOII, k At ,. Ueddltl ill .Nlllllf COUIItV, kllS., Engineerinff and Surveying in mntli..r lli,.., . . , ..n w ,.,,, nit . Went" to the iiihabltantri of the prairie, nml ill Mk'lit nf Ills li.tri.-lm.p..,,,.,. u. tile KY, niCHMO.VD all branches. T Kiooin, ' . ' ee to tile main , . . . . . . and the whole irtilf bene It sinvestedwith wiisa turrllihi H.uwlr tn iiunll 'rim ixxij ... . "eiMirue, ., .1. laieiit, ... . ,. . Photographs in all st) les and sires. Pictures in nra cliance. Sunday inorntiij: 'm-' till" '"ii!it waiimuuii . m es ... '.iiltln'.riiad" eharae-- wn India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. Xew desorioi Shoes For Sals limn, It. H. Itroimui! 1, s. p. Hnrdin, down , ..,.. for suimer u.111 hoi imm notirorn .it Sails, Suingles andi'ihe was buried iu , ... . ... . i r'Hiiutit'if. .11 i . signs in Frames and Mitsat very low prices. u terto 11. 1. inlniid r,.silenM. We were . i.iti'iuti 11 liirri. vn (tiru p.iek':iKe, lonif niro told we couldn't live on tlie the rear ol his father s house, umler a T. M. Cation, II. It. Karris, Ab Fish, W. Ten The anxiety of women to mar. Shingles Thousand Flat Rails acd 0,000 Poplar' S. O. DAVIS, xpokc C. AleN.imler, coast for the foLM. the mosoiiltons. the jsreal caoiMi(;e mlm, at I r. M. John Ituehanaii, T. It. ry is shown iu the fact that a I'hiiadel- - I hj on hjud Men's, Women s, Misses' and this, that and the other. Hut we were on "mjw ill dishonor. mined ,in irlorv." ..' Co PHYSICIAN Children s bhops, madp b Alter, huruood AND SURGEON, lVltllH, , . , , iililllil woo auxeriisetl that lie WHS "lllllie, ad Mundtlle.vluch I will sill nt the serv lowest IIIIM Ullln IWIIKIMI Oil Incredulous, and persisted iu putting up II fill I VUI. 1. had tlie catarih and a bad ",'?'' m ' V? .,,0"ht ,lh,em and ihe must be MT. VKRNOX, Iv V. Now, the a the "dishonor" an inan'M. ' (IS. HlWt KIIU Willi I ' our best house riht where all these CHURCH AFFAIRS. temper, ailtl WMS jtlt von to tmifatlitV and '"IU can get them by rallmz. me.111 busi- lias a wider siyuillcauce to me. It Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. w 1. ll.lll.bY, lurnerssille. ciiluiinated Of course we let com tuss Kid C. I. WilliniiiHon in ahHistinn drink, but wanted a wife," recded 2l)0 Special attention given to diseises of children is UihI'm "dishonor" we oiijsht to think moil Reuse inline in, and we allowed our 1." 1 I" fTT'l'iCl Traders, Horsemen and Khl. Iteorjie Darnev in a reival at letters i four day x ... it . .. huIvuh the vautiik'e i;n)iind of asking how most of iu tlie death of any of His crea. J ii i ,ii sioikmen 01 ine counties . . r"....i ... .... 11.. 1. , uiii-u- i .1. iiuiM-iv..j.i. I Frankfort and inaiiy have profewied re-iue uiosi ofManon ItoMe, Lincoln, Garrard and Washingall these enmkeri knew- so much about tures. And no mire as death is a stand-in,de.s.ryedly popular conductor,, on thin liKiou. menace to the Almighty; and tho beach, when no human heiiik' had 1Y1 I ExKjLJ 1 - division of the L. & X., and MihS Mollie the leading Itev. J. M. Hiuce has tired of MisPa,r of AUVUUAlJli (IIkciim and piin are a dreadful . 'ived on it within the memory of man? Kentucky, iainil lursd.i) and rnda at the Centraleek,$a per )'ear enu si cents and trv of Houri ami is about to Hatibfy his lonpiiiK isicketts will ho marru'd It eacli to the l.oitn, ho Hiire will He ef"Wt would liaxe to haul all our drink-iiiresidence of the bride's father at Leb.m- - ; d.'lte5 " G 1!ole l,a,m.c" water!" This point wn ettled the face every trace of all of them in a coin- - for bin mother State by returniiiu' to her. E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Minction. I here are very many peo- He ban diMincd of his place at Kearney llrst ilav we rouimenced buildiui;. A illL'll.lV His 110.N011 ih bound up iu the joe- mi woo kiiow inein, uioeen t who iIIt (iiieHtion of freeing His creatures from .i Ji'.it ri I Pdlt well in the shell revealed pure.swet No Hotel In Kentucky has a better reputation, Two of It.iptist preachers wihIi them a lonir life and a happy one Incompetent Car es 01 l has e secured the and Its proprietor Is determined that It ter nt a denth of t feet. The t ! have every curse that sin and Satan can Lebanon Standard. Maker and am prepared to do any and all riage shall be maintained. Usted on this island, and not L'OO yanls' H't upon them. I never felt tlie force from Molina passed throuirh Louisville to i.irri.iges, !inti(l inaoi repairing me isugies, my personal Ac Miss Mamie Ci. Harri Qfjj entfUlieii to suwill hase rouie 10 o naptist more vividly P'eachiiu: from where the restless waters of tlio, daughter Of Hetirv T. Harris, Ksij., was pemsion Aliwork suarinteed Prices reasonHe has recently added to Its appointments of tlmt tine, vior-- l veiition, which meets at Memphis wm. daucheri V. " li'i-iut- . '" lash the .lazliii Mrand. Cnrioim married at the FiratFresbyteiian church !ll!eL tills; the well- - on the San Carlos ous yoiinj; life, blotted out iu a moment, day "d continues till the 17th. Louisville, Tuesday afternoon ato o'clock mother! -I- tev. Hen Helm will preach at the Idle the poor Hide are bmckish Our old friend Wood-Mr. Milton K. Lord, of that city, Dr. Also Howl.. ml church Sun.l.iy at clock, to o rim? is wholly dependent on his cistern, tood helplessly on the beach, Hhriekini" Witherspoon oiliciatini", after which the I keep on hind a No qualitv of Jcllico, I.ily rdroi, time. He and several of the Lease orders in mj Livery Stable and the other haul water, or boat it. nnd wnnninir her hands. A line youn-- 1 new couple, with a few invited iruests, and Nut Coal Mcrs yard 1111 tney your neatteliaat A First-Clas- s will store taruor a services in the jail Tuesday universally beloved, ami deserved-- hls,ors ' from thu one sweet well on that side, To accommoda e tie demands of Ins increased J U ltljlfl.A. ! PromP,,'- enjoyed an "lej;.uit suimer at the bride's .. 1.1.1 !imiri!itif iv niiilii.tw.v - 1.1 K. ..A.,..u. Star ford Ky transient patrnraze. Hot Turnouts furnished .... . . i mm iYiii!ti" In nuuim-i11111 ij h""-"far down towanN the father's lOeirieniis of .miss .Maie, Commercial ru tiers and other '..iMivn me ion cannot ill all ieail.e ". on Hi., nnilri... th. wat.T is eoixl., 11ml the pleasant speech. .. ...... b,,'M '"ul ,a,Ht"1 ,h"ri'' "ni "" of the various d.Miomina - "ho ""I nearer Vjiii mil in llttt itllll Ilin imuut it mat ne is fone ' ' f Methodic, 4,sOI.:t0; MT. VERMON. KT. Hut it' The ladies are delicti,.," thon.vdvos in lion, of the r. S I don't mideistand ,t at all. Is .aM.JUK); . , n.pt.st, Mermnn, mon.l of this is the n lll,l,W Wehavefourof the isjustaslsai. The namta.n ""- -: i,ai,,u Astvontisif.; .linj.,hility of uniiirc. :111st w fullv cutt-- ' ' inKTh.soidand tt fine reputxtion. CharBes reasonable. SPe uomiiiouone, that wo should not behee tier su to our thurn, of the sterner. On tftiil i.nW.... 1..... .....1 if. ii... ..il...r linlissul. Ithe Huh lilt. M is. Nutt, of Woodford l""L'i: vaiious smaller bodies. I,:i74,l(i:i, ped tomakea most excellent helpmeet. cul attention to the tras elms public ' who has won her M. P NF.WCOMB, Prop , Ky., jolutsl us. She appeared "t''" M.H.rJ2. The total number of ' Hie youiiir tinsparinu", not losa orui.u iiiip.uiiaiiix. i "d to ben very worthy one, iodine1 S.tt Mt Vernon, Ky. nut .town it Jn),,.(b. tla- xvno with a sujierb Kentucky i,,iit..r ;, '; u n, jnMI)U, n R1,Ir(MU" We can do all tin, and preserve the l -- ""' '"no.s )iitBlim,iii, who claims ' ham and two setting .hens, which she hen; he is hWdy thought of. Mr. and courtesies and amenities of life intact. W Tl ... .., ,, iiw vniii-ili. l Wiri l J .1 it l.sffilll" t'lillliit 11111 VIIKIIIW IIIJIII llll IIIV . . r ... "" n .. ipnte a iiuiii nm iii iniMik ....... .1... iif. c lut wiii. not niiitt'Miri'- Mutiiir lie won ii i.ouismiic , a . snort time ami sett , , ... . comes . vi .:ii.. ...,.i STANFORD. KY a lo.ided te.im pass- .'....n.iiiivr' tiitii ,, s'l sue ri.. tuii. civil engineers when c& CO., w 10 emoju." ,roni A... H. ii....,..i. l.,.u .1... .......,r.i i, be crucilled a second time or not. if, a ed Ml.iyou (irande'" oer the union ol souU with bit .1 single Office on Lancaster Street opposite his section will do their will mxstery to me. If the people of HUSTONVILL.E, KY. thoimht. Has ins remosed to this plate from Libcrts, tf Hrlde." Hv lights of senority it .1 . always temain a .It HI svrttl llii C.ill'ilil ... ... prctli.e his profession, calls the ittention of th" Are still in the husiness and ready to do any- v Mill jlllltt liill tl orick-Will;" " .a. ni wneie wnt you illltV -- yishould be nain...l the pub He to the fact that he will be ready nt all hours DEATH'S DOINGS. ,,,r ""' a full ' ""','- " in the I'ndprtakini; day or nihtto atissttr calls in town or countr. thin of Cases and Caskrts n. allWe hase Robes but euphony shrinks at liiiiduii: on a,""''", Asa reward for. her persuver- - tll'tl'iirik imlB, of ' stock illnllt til, lir liin.li. in .,.- irt,.,sniny years uiius iue were suensin stauiora ano of esery description Uur hearse,kinds and nearly ,,i.sr iiiii,ir" ence we nae a . .iirvttv iitue uroouoi .mire which is ......i !...!. r. SlIllOll h. lllilu'llls, bnther Of he deems, it unnecessarytj speak ol his ability as . UionQsyU'ihlc. and the ...V. . .. !.. ., II new can be obtained n short notice Mr lliiil. patroncmrpmB amumi inv ' Mr. W. M. Hlitu'1119, Of this place, died at ph of lclan and surireon Ashircofthe isaskei - Green lias charge ol our business and will J ;" show and chiefofconstructioii"iswilliiil"to,"y,"ol" thepeopleof Stanford and vie nity ,." "- -' our goods to an one needing ail) thing in our ; " r . his home at Kirksville luesduy eveiiimcl ' ""' "Hks, 6stf "'.' let "llrst lm lnt. mid last ilrst." for the Hue 64. tf :.. 1. - 711 ....... Tl.. ......... ..1 1.:. 1...1. ' 1,1m " " .".-"-. l',u" ' ".' ".";"' uisliop K. K. liatu'rove lias been se- - ' well one tlie way to .uilDel to sliare u,b.. ,.f .......I.. ..r.inniitw.. H... U..1-..s its joys .,n.lsorrt)ws in another' lerted as President of the Ikmrd of eom,""in. t li rolm" for "'several vJ. Uhall have ..tout;!, time W,chi,,k"the ot tlie amieriMlt University, ,0uMis and liad c.uised linn reat suller-- i """" landors to call It niivthiiiK but "Itarnes' ROWLAND, KV . Meter Nutt has taken nice claim just to succeed Itishop McTviere, deceased, in v. He wa a most honorable and uj)-- . 1 Hridu'e " but I am lieteriniiicil to Dealer In of Vori.k's and is full of enerp-tiHe lives 111 Nashville and was an inti- - jlulit nmii nml will bo sadly n.is.ed iu there will be other! ' vera In due Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps the . plns for... futuie. llaMii.been thro' niate fne.id of Hishop MoTyiere, ,.and is vi HI tOUISVIllC MtwAl8ANTCHIC60"Tlr(v3' lUyou Oram.e, ". .. . t "iiuiiiii in uv nun iiniiiini 111.1 Hoots, Shoe, Clothing. Hardware. Ijueeis- '. t me "wan ami Known it naniMiips ami inoroimniy conversant witiune aiiairsot remains weie intened in tlie cemetery nils ui folks will when the island w Are, i niMarc, r urnuure auu a she is the stull successful the rniversity. Ilishop Hargrove was at Lancaster Wednesday evening; A consent to drive round a mile to aet on e weicuui- - 001 in ricKens county, .via., M'pt. '" inniu 01. but will have lirld".! tho Line of Groceries, Leaving lloth Iliinuah H.ittersbv, tlie fat woman, Conoral .... si...t. ..........!. la ,,mi ,lir....i ,i.hC.- - Oil liof nrrivis! w itli joy and Hud her very lsit). Heurndimteil from tho rniversi- trv.s ...:....! ...1 ...... Fanc Candies Canned Good., fee & CINCINNATI It foil tnniir! helpful and judicious. She seems to tyof Alabama in 1S..2. and was for four ns u..i,.li...l nf..r Imr .l...itli 1....1M..1 All kinds of i'ridute taken in exchange for goods LOUISVILLE to tlm tln'ii nooular beach thought of uwrytliin to brine with yeais professor of mathematics iu that er day and the exact liirurcs were :u:5 JMWM.HJMMHMaMM.MMmNl jraOMr Dailj, Secures to Travelers,- lot, from sheer necessity, to erect the pi- - '" pounds; but thi-- j is as close as the side ' lll'r uil! "'iwaveriiifj institution ll'r " oncer structure. Tlmt is all. shows ever come to the truth. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE vMmtwor i nootlesl. Last 'PIII. 1'II'ZII .IIIIIIIV II !.!.. v ..Our llrst miilit .it The Sisters, not t0 loJUKlonie iltuot was visited ... ..... Tl... III.I1HIIIM II ..!..! Hi ion k. James llflIIIIIII u, """-"u- s were oan. 11 noeii- - j,y fl ,niuj tj0., fL,w tjaV!, ao. which bit at Haltimoie. wliieb cost SlMViO.lXX) was Ever attempted between the great commercial pay many others, whs campy to ndcKree. ' "'nl cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence to say, a chicken, killing them instant- - formally opened Tuesday. It is one of the fastest time and most comfortable trains beThu ladies had the kitchen our Derby ed but one antidote "I have heard penny a'pi'n ami few Prince and Peasant, the Mllhonalro . their attacks." the South, West ',,,. we ar-I- royal is anreply, "I tohave some in to Iv; and u other things, but not fatal-- . the tlnest and most complete17 institu- -- Day I..horor, by tliolr common useami tween all points incounterpart or to thetrain on and No. lirlniiiip, out.ioors, of Northwest. The of this alt my y. He was successful 111 shootim; the tions in tlie world, eiubracinj; buildhae her trunk lines is denominated The Limited Kxpress. rep this remedy, attest tlio iiiL-nuiired our cots utioti some loose tloorini;1 trunk." And forthwith it was brouelit tW. Thens is an i'iiiileiiiicliiti.y hmk-i.which rawi four of ltoiiihI superD rolling ikkk we employ Elves patrons ine .. ... 1. ,..:..:.. 1... ...,.i .1 .1.,.. v...i ... .1. ....... 11... 1.. .!.... nun uiuiiiiiii'i join uri oui in mis sviiiou .. iiifn ..1ii.ii Ayers I'llls. Leading i.i.i. ........1.:. ih-- i hiuuh-Unlimited Comfort uv iue iiiiii Mirriiiiiiiifu 1... iii acres inoru till utation 01reroiiiuicnil these pills for in 1110 rooiiess Ul.siii iiiiimiiif.. nun hick all Coupon Ticket Offices in the South 'ooii. I hey are hound to succeed, muscular system, lessons tlie eneinv, beautiful grounds, which will aflonli tho "oncti canonv" for the rest The think, In this inviting Held. you will find our time CiMes and tickets. Sa ... weakens the eyes, produces an unsatis- - healthful exercise to the patients. Its, Stoiiiai'li anil I.ier Trouliles, Costlie-nesget Monon and stKk 10 Monon, if you want r irout the joist Rim) n sort llilloiiHiioss, anil Sick Ileailacho ; Vh,m more pressini: duties allow of it, tied loncinn for cool places and places' construction was l.enun mote than ten to save nones and have a pleasant journev. also, fur Ithciiiimtisin, Jaundice, ami Ii O.McCOIO'tlCK, drenctiindew, and our niosiputo bars the seaside is our continual resort. The the entire system nt low ebb. The vears 111:0. The founder, Johns Hop-- , General Passenirer Agent, Chicago, ; conNeuralgia. They are helped tint cause no little. We got along ' Hhells are abundant and line, and we are members of the Hush Branch Turnpike kins, w ho also founded the University Citj Tl, lcet Agents and Oifier's - sth Ave,, Louisville. Ky daily adding to a nice collection There inet here Saturday and elected Cieoi ue bearinj: Ids naniv, each with an endow"- - tain no calomel ; are prompt, hut mild, I. M. IiVchM'K, 11.. npiLiimis. ; nml, therefore, the E. A.ToxRr.sce, ui Vine st , Cincinnati Ohio ery are three varieties miu It houkIiI alter, iii ens president and the. leiiiainder of ment of :ti millions, elected a nionu-- l In Sevtiii days alter wiw lonikb iiirin- because rarer thiiii others, and we are the board is S. M. spoonomore. It. F. iiienttoliismemorvth.it will be more best innilii Ine for Painily Tse.as well as for Tra olers and Tourists. day thu tOth and he celebnitod it by ever on the lookout, iu our walks, espec- - Knleman, J. C. Kubanks and Win. Tn- - lasting than tn.uble'or Rras. " I hni o ili'rivi'il great relief from tne imperial "lie-- 1 derwooil. They say they are yotnir to conimoncini" his own house. II16 dear iau nu tnes,.. Pills, Aiei-'jenrs ago I was ,.,, ,wih-i1- v work and make us a better road. It is Bucklen's Arnica Salve. r..n uiiiked nil "oiia" I am not sure of the spolluij" taken so til with a small conch with or.inu'e spots, second, certainly needed and has been for some ,' The best salse in the world for tut, bruises, 1, was R."ln ,no ..Chinese Alph.iliet." a Miiallei shell time, the Danville Lancaster Turn-- ' sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feser or,utter,chap. this tune for others, CHICKE- Nhih'hvtiniehedid sOiiietliuiK for himself of dillercnt shape, but oianjie spots ar-- ,! pike took in H.OOO last vear and has paid ped hands, chilblains. s...rn and all skin erup-tint I was imahli) to do any work. I Sisters, alter landed iu that Celestially nlph.ibetic or-- out for renaiis e lllive a lirass tions and positives cures piles, or no pay requii So we stopped work on The look tluee bo.i-- of Asor's Pills ainl tho vor.in lah ,'t'r; ""'' third, the "Scotch Itnntict," a hand and a votinjr piecinct, together cd It is Kuiramcd to Kiw perfect satisfactioi I was I'litiit'ly lined. Situ th.it aiuiixiii k enoiiLtli snu-ooptettj tliinn, with pile yellowish spots ith many other attrai tions, so we are 'or money refunded Price s cent, per lox mil nexi-- without a box ofe tlieM- t.m.i " (nils to cover oiirbu.lstroni the new nml 1.111 , d a peculiar 10II of the shell's mouth, fooling townish Julius n. R l'u.n).suiifor,l, K of Louis-- For sale b Pt'tor Ciirtstensuii, Shurwood, AVts i while all hands went a mile and a half I do not think them leally more beauti-- ville. is iiiiikini; us a welcome visitor "Aycr's Pills hao m use iu mv Merit Wins. don't know ful than a half .Ioah othei kinds that while at S. Dunb.u's. Nannie Hoston is family iipwauls of twenty fnrilinr on tin beach to and li.ive cnin)liti-lptofuiou, Tout vi'ritli'd al) tlint Is that tnr bouuht what 'nrettv inline Ulster Kiln will uive' s,"'vth'--'he beach in countless enough to on tlie sick list. Itlllv Ituurne for S2.V a, we Vedeiretoa toour cuuens New Discos ear In attiuks of piles, cliiinifd fur I . has e been selling I)r Kinu's but SOW Mid pigs of rry lite scarce. That is Iltill they .uui can oiiij l,ililf"Vir )si,t (l ,j( t,tiotls vaUl, ,y)f)ll them, at once, was delighted to see tlie letter in vonr for consumiition, Dr Kuib'. nvw ummu, from wlm h I suITeri'd inan lieir atlord gruatcr ndiff tliun nu other 1! .Ml. lcnAll Well. (.iood-b- e idace' for the "piesent necessity. Arnica Sals e and Klecinc Haters, and have last paper describing the ('. iiifdlcino I ever trlud." T. F. Adaius, BO. O. MaKNK. handled remedies tint sell as well, or that Ker in Jesus, and will S'lV the p.irtV fltrilislliug the ar- Holly Springs, Texas. At this writing bis kitchen is linished, We tloiiot h uniserssi satisfaction eSWPn iu posted IIS Well" IIS conscientious. I tide " I have used Ayer's Pills for .1 r and they are making the welkin ting - never rode on the cow catcher, but have ManJ realj ,0 retundthe purchase price if satis. rs. Sidney Lee, mother of Cien. Pit.of jcars, and Imvi" urni-- fuuud with the sound of hatchet ami saw, as lili il f i. tt. I'm unr i.f Vi (fill in lm.. In ti. An t litilr lit ll lift r ttlltol uttll 1lliulwa af lliL f.irtnrt fi.Mnu. tnufr nt. ilti not TIim. eiiuat to tlinni for giiug lm nil sre.u populinty purei remedies have appetite and imputing energy and they attack the main building v Mtlmiitted ..to the cutting awav . of upon side of car in clusters bo as to make nn inir mr ttwonA their Ivnin.iiriintKl . . . . . . . . K. Miength to the Mitolii. 1 always keep hope of a shade. As to throwing stones to keep , ,. Poor, old, deserted radii Kancli looks ins of one of her eyes, with them hi the house." It. L. Juuksuii, Mgiit t "ereot. ui nerwise the cattle oil" the road, wo were not bothered A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. th.in eer, on lUtcharred - "dving tlie II Wihuiiigtou, Del. hidv wi be for by them on that hut employed our,,.ii,i nt poolotK,v t,w WU(Jblind,;omt, Uie sight of selves in picking wtrip, tleberries andjiros-pectin- g It was just an ordm iry scrap of wrapping pa " Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cured me foot posts, since it ilu been ,ost t,ne ago. 1r. hoi the last of sovero per, but it sased her life She w.u for minerals. Ah to the mail what few goods ami cimiiois weto. stow told bv physicians that kt.iKcs carried iu a coal box, it was not until she was of consuinptinn, onl live a short time; C tn be do id unl done wilh the trouble ed away in It. We had "meeting" there iiKiirilileund could 1 li.it tills each da) with a time and it was to be brought 011 by shesveighed less than 70 pounds On piece of from which I was long a sufferer." pain " last .Sunday, "all the same," and lots of nn..... UIIC lir. iitirvii f. (. ,,ll fr... Si,.. .. ... ...lis ,fi lliv Thousands of dollars worth of This it the moan of many a paper snerciuo! ur Kings.ew ms- nuilic sti... liu .k..iww l'liima Kees, Hubburilston, Mass. room this time, now that beds and trunkH mi and lirillir it Oil foot, with ll view of covers-- and vol a sample bottle: it helped her. she Who thinks shi can ncsrr be well ann chickens die every year from Choi 'Whenever I am troubled with conliir,je butt e it'heiped her more, are out of the way. It is about the most "It were better for tne and better for others nvnrtiiWinir US nt SOllie Sl.llion. I yi ll bought nand Brew better fist, continued Its bought stipation, or suiter from loss of appetite, era. It is more fatal to chickens thati was a tine day and we had good luck, so ,t now ,,, rr's Pills sot 1110 right again." A. J. If I were dead," and their tears fall fist healthy, rosv plump weishinc no convenient central gathering place on all ither diseases combined. But the Kiscr, Jr., Itock House, Va. For fuller particulars send stamp to w tllO lllllil llllin did not Overtake IIS till we pound Not so, no, so, O wises and mothers - Fort tho island now. We see it frequently, discovery ol u reiueuy mat posiliuh "Ayer's Pills are in general demand ...,,...v .U......X ... ... ,....... Miioi'll Cole, druggul.-........ Smith ... Trial bottles ) rf here s a bou- of hope the sky nt last, l.V.W ulvniif rn nirlvi.nt Vrwnniiti. ...... .. ... .. II..,, n. . II .f..l .11. ,ww of us, passing over to the Slll wiiii.iiiui ui.vui.ij one or other among our custoiiinrs. Our sales of cuits it has been made, and to be conand It tells you that the st'irm ot disease which has Fannie James is visiting at Wesley l'u- - Drugstore tlit'in exceed those of all other pills comSan Carlos side after mall or stores. spread its shadow over jou will glsc wa to tho banks'. James Kubanks and family are vinced of its efficacy only a bined. Wo hae never known them n The Pride of Woman. Tho little "May F." is invaluable in sunshine of renewed health, If jou are wise, and visiting Wesley Kubanks. Robert tnal A bottle is enough foi fail to give entire satUfuitlon." saw mill to G. P. hiiH A cleir pearlj ind transparent skin is always a Irs Wilght & llannclly, ban DIugo, Texas. bringing things round on tho Gulf side. w Dr 1'iercc's Favorite Prescription It can and Hright's. inowd his one hundred chickens. It is guar sign of pure blood, and all persons troubled with and all bugbear was. "You ill cffectuall) curewoman who has not triedde-it of Atiotheriinnihllated anteed If, after using ,l!.rl. si'tlaw or blotched slm cull rest us- and no rangement, Wo lllllV have 0 gllCSS nt tho distance ,urej triat their bload is out of order A few doses a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly can't land anything on Unit' Hide." No need despair, for a trill still convince her thatitis WO ktlOW be- - uf Heggs1 lllood Purifier & Illuod Maker will Sllll and satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken rrtKPARKP nr lumberman could be persuaded to deliv- the very thin); she needs to restore her to the to the n doilbt niOOU, bllt that Gnilter'H chicken m0vo the cause and lhes'iivill become learand beach, iu front ot our hdllh she fears forever lost. Cholera, return it to the undersigned er cargo on the will Clire tlint most deadly transparent. Try It, and if satisfaction is not given Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. clioler.l cure and your money will berefundedv Sold by all De.ilers In Medicine. . cleanstjihc stomach, liver, and svstcm kcii-- e disease. sites. At. htst, Yorick and Will by 'it wlllcostwunothlr.il-- It is fully warranted. A. Tn building It is warranted and sold ' k- ,,enn-- . brum rally, use Dr. Plerce's'Pellets. 33 ctnts. (or by stleMcRoberts A Stag;, Stanford MoUoberts & Stagg. grew desperate; lashed 1,000 feet of lum-j e ein-ame, : ,"!::: '" .... ... ,r: ::;:.: rr; ni- - 11111M1 11.. ;0 ;t; v. mvir. b,.tunla norn in N ,ii , l hil ,n,veon M,.- - II.,.. ....,. ...... S. UU kiiti. I ; KiMilli'ilv ' . Inula miT. "'' Ktllg, ll. L. Iywa-- ' W' ' ,l,,nf0,,, J-A- - Cl,r-- , ' All pers.ns wh.. a pleasant i.fe and eii .Mille.lgerille. t then use Went Fi,,ur made at re"ford Roller Mm- - cm f.r .t at -- A. F. Ciutcliei hhi .hiss . irmi, tne ,,,,, it on i.'md, urge cery,andlf ,leiP,me t DrettV lll.Veill Oil llrlllclit , nf 111 orrlr from them to keen It or nnil ihrm ,,mlnn ',,! awv,tM a t ' ui-- Well Drillers & ,tenrt -" "" t ........ ''-.-- -' ". 1 ijitt ti'iii n.' "r ...,.., 11. II .Milledueville yeste.day. rnl 1 the b,id,V !...i ., p KM'.'.'S.V - ""'" Pump Adjusters, a. STANTORD, KY. WII drilled to Ardar anrl Pumn. f...n..1.A factory prices. 30 '" ' .houk.,.,,!. n view . iikcm t .1.. -- w. r,rfn.t. UIMIIilvl i,st HAHRY A. EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, , 11 iur-.i.- i, 1 - .111 11 ...,, 1 .1111 PHOTOGRAPHER, i 1 ... 1 1 , m . 1 , 1 ero'-H-eye- bor-ror- pas-hiijr- e 3 bar-j- ii I 11 " 7-ir. ." . T 1 Xl.Xl.liI--l-il.l.-J- , - n Hick-lie- -, din-hon- r". - ' to-da- y Illi HHIIls1 K -- 'fti, , f" - In-s- -' car-load- s '' ''. uon-Gu- lf , - to-fa- 1 heart-broke- n ' 1 r.- llk'nt-nous- e. " ',"'" 1 s ...--- . - rm .. ".' Attention, Coal Burners. Pool and Billiard Parlors 1 IS K 1111 -,- '- - 1 ' J i"'' , J NEWCOMB HOTEL. ...rtrn.,.iM.a , -- 0ty. mMtsS 'fmHKmUataQiim ,, E??Si9StW9iKiVl 1 - 1 1 I 1 1 111111 .. "' - k t ' n tj AfDARin " " USr3Zmfmi I 111 11 ous-11.- 1t "Will-Yor-ic- k . I v...... I . '' l' "o-'""- I I I I .. - J. T. STJTTOIT Ciurt-Hou- ie .,,. - I ! sjiftsi.ta-....fflsjfea.ft- i"itiuvii, -s - ' ri u. ""' .age , ' I ."' is-''- l. I ir-tfe- HI.BIILTOlsr per-e-- 11 ! oZ -- - 11 , V S s, Will-Von- ck I 11 i, NEW FAST MAIL -- lr """ 11 i. .- j .., s - Rich and Poor, worht-wiilo 1 ,i. i ,'. hali-ioe- ,' .,....!. ' n s. pay-sii-iat- is 1 a--At s, Mo-no- n, sugar-coate- d iii 1 21- s ... ' AITEE' CholeraCure! r,-i- ( , 1 Rheumatism s r bi-ii- i t ' ' s - L-o- 1 1 1 1 tin-i- root-tre1 e liuck-iclt'- s ji-ars- , .1-- - r . niim-bcanv-thin- i g .... . . lomrer-leitiie- d 7- te I ." 111 be-tu- g ( 11 ,.,.. , Headache, 11 I 1 - 111 A I s Al-vi- j 50-tent- s frmilvi-akness.- s i?r.-i.- Ayer's Pills, , two-third- s J . - SgT: Semi-Week- ly vjwwmi .mm wtiiimlifgfkiff JK Let-- P , IM- -' L In order to prevent their neighbors Tiik Secretary of the Kentucky Press I Association is arranging with the rail and those who are acquainted with the transportation of the mem- facts from protesting in case of the issue roads for the occurs nt j of a fraudulent pension, Looter Tanner Mhy 10, 1889 bers to the meeting which executive Stanfohd, Ky., lias ordered in express contravention oi Owensboro Juno 7th. The committee at a recent meeting very wise-a- the law, that hereafter the postolllee adequally as emphatically determined dress of the pensioners shall not be that none but bona tide newspaper men, published. The old scamp seems deterthose actually engaged in the business, mined to ignore all law, reason and jus Thk democratic convention to iiotni-nnt- e and their wives, shall have part or lot in tice in his mad desire to loot the treas a candidate for State Treasurer was the convention. Because of the unusual nry. of course n pro forma aU'air, but it was courtesies shown the press by the railTiik proof that (ten. Roger A. 1'iyor pretty well attended, especially by the roads and the people, a lot of dead-beat- s deliberately deserted seems to accumuofficeholders ami that other large and have each year forced themselves where late. Another soldier swears that he did people-growing class, the otlUeseekers. Gov. they were not wanted and their tremen and was received by the I'liion fours as If Koger hail kept his a deserter. James H. MeCrcary was chosen tempo- dous numbers one year came very near tongue in his head and been content to rary presiding oflleer and inude, as he crowding the life out of the body by let well I'linugh alone he might have always does, a sensible and clear cut transforming it nlmost into a gone down to history as a tolerably hondemocratic speech, with particular stress editors est man. mob. The laid upon the importance of tariir re- are and respected gentleNEWS CONDENSED. duction. The usual committees were men and their reputations must not be We T. It. Itoberson lias been appointed appointed, the feth district being repre- jeopardized by interlopers. In issuing postmaster at Berea. Out we sented as follows: Vice President W. T. certificates for parses on the railroads The Commercial Club of Louisville Resolutions, J. I). the secretary will bear the Tevis of Matlion; of uumbeis 1,000 members. Arthur L. Thomas has been appointHarris, of Madison; Organization, Hen the committee in mind and issue none Lee Hardin, of Meicer; Credentials, J. except to those undoubtedly entitled to ed Governor of Ctah. vice Cale West W. It. Itay has been appo'nted W. Brown, of Garrard. Congressman them. at Itus'sellville by the president W. J. Stone was made permanent chair Hurt Curtis died in .Montgomety of I v addition to the many previously hydrophobia, after several weeksufgre.it man, after which Judge Stephen G. named attractions, Kditor Trey Wood- agony. Sharp was nominated by acclamation By the burning of Watson Broucs' son lays this tempting bait before the to be the party's candidate for State to J press boys as an inducement to attend hoiiMMit West Chester, N. V., rhe per- treasurer. The platform reaffirms addangerous- sons iot their lives. fSOO.OOO on the con-- 1 New York spent herence to the principles embodied in the convention: "We are too ly near the imestigation to make nn idle termini and took in $t,(HX,U00. It paid platform, taking no the last National conildcntly assert that we her to be patriotic. backward step in the great measures of claim, but we The colored jockey. Jim Stone, who will marshal before the editorial brethtariir reform enumerated in that instruat of good- - killed a bar tender )th. Coney Island, is tol grandest aggregation ment; endorses the administrations of ren the be hanged June -looking young women they ever beheld Miss Catherine Drexel, who has , Cleveland as president and Buckner as in a city of any size. Owensboro was 000,000 in her own right, lias renounced governor; approves the calling of a conparticular as the world and entered a convent. stitutional convention; favor heartily n never so fortunate in this if, It is stated that ?OL000,()00 a year sj to now. And the best part of. all this is, ; we policy which will attract industrious snent n this countrv for cosmetics every bachelor newspaper man shall make the women more beautiful. bona lido settlers and also capiI as his own, if he can Klevcn bodies of the victims of the c be tal to locate among us and to assist in have one to keep get her." "Women and wine together Grand Trunk accident at Hamilton rethe further material development of the were buried. will shine, at Owensboro mained unidentified and State; calls Mr a thorough organization they shine," or The Columbia spectator ays a party paragraph also inj0f dve killed 100 squirrels 1 ground hog a of the party all along the line, nomina as we observe little Mr. Woodson's paper which says that a land a weasel in a dav's hunt last week. tions for all olliees and the enforcement A Hopkinsville lady. Mrs. Hoach.bt- con-- 1 Nt., nf K.irtv il!hiiiilini. liiid favors such laws certain firm lias been awarded the .M. SAI.IXC2ISK, lor a puma- - louiiiiiui in unearned , ' ,0 tnmhh the wines, , c, for ine -.. vr ...will ..nnnmt,.,. n tvnrkintnriPn the .. '....'.... o UllUHtl ...HI ..II 1rL,SlS h"cl-'tI he whole programme ,..: ;, .,mLt fnvnmlili. pnnililionw fur their labor i at Hock- Mrs. Dr. Mann hung hcr-e- lf is so deliciously delightful that the very and emancipation from the oppression port because she was disappointed in is even ecstatic n aojAire. . Manfnnl am' rab W. contemplation of combinations ami monopolies. not having children to gladden her mar- wriiiara pike. tuated ui the Lit t t part t lack Walt t .iddrrn his membership It C HWVAll.kv 11. Hnldenmn resigned ried life. The Oweiisboio Inquirer instead of t On iinnl, k-Pr. Sherry shot and killed Boss Les- in the State Central Committee and C. begging Auditor Hewitt's pardon and he in Allen county, because he hsd got posi-- , 1. Weaver was appointed to the trying to compromise that "0,000 dam- wind that he was too intimate with the II. lion. age suit, grows even sassier than ever doctor's wife. w Louisvillp, SekiMian Kbhinger' The 'editor of the Louisville Times .and now actually demands that "suit be shot Near Dietrich, Frank Burton Win. p dipped his pen in vitroi nnii imiicieu nroiigni against ineauuuor on ms uomi IX DW I U, u,i0.,i (.ossinnn Dietrich mid Host, this o'er true story "In his mannood for his failure to comply with the plain man are dead. Manufacturer, ef Fine Saddle aad HarneM, in Mrs. Hall, a woman weighing oerv mload AmUi Uon luibc itac Race women letter of the l.iw- - reLMrdini?- his duty in' Ben Butler waged war , birth to a i hild at Auburn. nNoTrottini: Euuitnnta L.pocmltr POUllOS. Mam s,rct, EMNIil ON, Ky and prisoners; in his old age he is wag- - the premis's. Tlw. r..anft.,!l.ilitt- - fnr IV V tl.pi VI , . I.... I '11 nnnn.U l.n .U...I U .,.-..;ing war against Admiral Porter, who was Tate's defalcation rests between the olli-- 1 froin'the eirects. I 1 Six women in I'liion countv. Tenn., flirlitiin: men while Butler was insulting ces of treasurer and auditor nnd as tiie ' 1ft last week. One women and hanging prisoners. Xot on- - courts have released the bondsmen of increased the census Vt LIBERTY. KY., ' "' ly is Porter the son of a hero, but he is the treasurer, the auditor must or ought to 'twins each F. W. WARRINNER-PROP'R- . a hero himself, and it is one of the chief to be liable on his bond to the State forj Finlw has had a I ward of pension by rea-- 1 examiners appointed for Williamsburg I hae Ira.rd the alxv ')tct and inti-nglories of the United States navy, from the amount lost to the e n, .vf r parti ular it in hr.l the time of Paul Jones to the recent tv-- 1 son of his (as he puts it himself) 'inex- -' with Dr. Moss, Watkins and Uatliir iun tf onimif lal men 1, employe of tl,.. phoon at Samoa, that wo have never sent disable negligence.'" , out cowards to sea. As long as Butler is Beaver Creek Coal Co., was crushed by 1825. years Old was engine at Greenwood, Momlay, into. remembered we cannot nay as much forj A little gin only MMU '""" ivy., toS.uiFrancis- - nll imost nnrecogniwiOle mass. the United States arniv. Tj-'A terrific cvclone passed over the co last week with a shinning tag in her the eastern IWrtioU of Stallord COIltlt.V, On Icllini;, Jlr urlioJd irniturc. si ,fti, kiIii.iiu uiiiuiiiooie oli.iu iu' ivt-ii,v, v prison nimnv-n- l 1IIE 1. uv..v..'u l.nttntilml.. siiuwnig inai sue A.. , a.pl) ti the old every turn. Dawson and her destination. When Kas destroying much property nnd . . Miii'iiui; i iMHum-- i vvFiw. m illy nun m. Dealer In After a long delay it was finally gotten asked why she was going so far alone, ioo barrels of whisky belonging to rermsyivatua r ire Insurance Co. was sold by the tate at hnii-b- e on the cars and arranged so that it could tears came into her eyes as well as to Dick Tate I.i2hlnmg . Iauc att i c ard .'amacti paid put up exactly like the original at those about her as silo told this little rience Tuesday at about ?1 .0 per gallon, whether tire enMie "r n. t II ! (.tO IlklCE. AKent. about $1.0 for the lot more than Tate 17 Chicago. But Monday, as it was coming story of a woman s heartlessness: down the Chesapeake & Ohio, an axle of pa's got a new mamma now. She does' Fnvette Grav, of Hobon, Ky., who a car broke and the train was wrecked; not like Kuna and papa said auntie would was visited bv the whitecaps for mistreat- scattering the brick and timbers "hither take good care of me just like poor ing his wife, put them to Might by tiring into the body ami mortally wounding Lnrj;cNt, and yon." The people in the neighbor- - mamma." I two of them. ; . relics and ev- hood crowded around for Tho distillery of V. Q Kmion A , It seems to be the opinion of those Co. closed down "last Friday. They made St) fourth Avenue, in the surrounding7 country has Who can see as far .into a as average an old brick now to remind him of the.the man that picks it, that Barnaul, of So0 barrels of whisky. Their grain. - Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is was 4 gallons to the bushel of .' terrors of war, win e the schemers will Hichiiiand, will be the Lebrnon Standard. full and complete. Wo call special attention to our never be .. ble to reproduce the structure The car shops of the Chcsapeako & m co)IectOMhi ln ,,, cBtril! E-- . VARNON, Ohio have been located at Mt. Sterling, as ,t stood 111 Richmond. iot.vwn FJiJey aml W,N the company having accepted the propoAttorney at Lrw, destined to leave both their sition of that place to donate Xt acres of 80 ''"s with a new The beat Casket of the kind ever invented. money. in ami Kentucky. gun the other day, the French artillery (candidates in the eold. If Tanner only around B. Stf.OOO Braxton county, W. Stanford, P. Hair, of one-arman would get d Embalming' under the most approved method when desired. shell a distance of had the say the hurled an Vn.. with his wife and two children nt-- 1 Will practice in all the court ofof thu and adjoin-tiapiiml counties it wiuiout a question ami ior once we ti. nmt. ui in rnris n swollen mountain Ofiiteovi-- r and in the co jrtStags!', Tlw. of t ih intuit, w ins,..!!.. drug More McKolert. c J. 0. McGlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. , nlav nnd now would be a woiiiti agree wiui inui icgiess imiivitiu-- Htream Sunday in a canoe, which was i nn al. whole family drownoverturned and the i:ood time for the fulfillment of the M. ed. prophecy that the nations shall learn That the nomination ol Hugh S. A woman who became insane from war no more. It is too dangerous a Thompson, of South Carolina, for Civil religious excitement and was admitted AHS FEES STASIS, business with such death dealing mis- - .Service Commissioner is a good one, to the asylum at Staunton, Vn., in 1828, hllH jllSt tlied, having been Jill inmate of sues. i STANIUHI), KV. LOtswitlioit saving ielu.n it is rent';"-- 1 tjie mstitution for 00 years. She wasfrj IDIRtTG-Q-IS- T &c CTIE-pVople did not fall down ' be red that .Mr. Cleveland appointed him veitrs old. For. once the SPECIAL ATUNTION to COMMEHCIAI-travelc- r Near Huntingburg, Ind., a woman and worship a little tin Jesus simply be to the same position, but the Senate Hone, and mule, bought and told to visit a neighbor. leaving Only t. hor.c.anJ vehicle uicd in livery DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, I ...... cause ho was in power. It is generally ""led to act on the nomination. Mr. . went out ,. Clit, i ... ma I .. of .1... IHIU H"'l as.ee, !.. H... .iu..e. Alto agent for the lltireil -- .,. i t...i.l . .1 ...,.1.....l ,.."- iThoninsi.n.- wim iuinttnt 1.. ...... .n ..1 auuimcu .1 caught t During her absence the house . .. ... i 1... i TfiiO(-ii.- t Il tint ituminis- - flre nn,i two o ti4l. cini.iren wern burned miring um i l.iiimiti-iiFANCY ARTICLES, &C ceiveu more applause man iresiueni WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- . . ' tok wu nine miwr Harrison at the Now York Centennial tration anil was one of the most popular i to death. The mother lost her. reason. .i . . . . i Phyuciam pre.crlpt.ont accurately compounded. d capable ollicers under it J. I). Fish, who has served lour ol and as for their speeches there is abso! the ten years given him for maladrninis lutely no comparison, although the latter National Bank of Limit unit fcJtook. With a considerable nourish of tram tration of the Marine out of prison a free retained his for revision. New York, will walk A. I detire to leave Kentucky I will tell at great rJHHIaHbiaflLVaiKjiaHEjMMfLL pets, Harrison announced that he would man It was one of Presiden t lacririce a aw mill, complete with jo hone boiler. of Daviess wa k squarely on the plank of the re- - CIlevelaild's last acts to pardon the dupe! ndao hone engine, aw worki, I ox log wag- - TNE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Becausk James Hank-sty-, on- 3 ' hre wa(oni. t biickboard, I pnti(f wag county killed his best friend, without publican platform that territorial ap- - of r..r.l U'nnl rr tnkit "Ll, Mav 11 CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. on and harnwa , yoke, of cattle. 3 multi, orc, lias a dispatch from uVi The Post farm of apparent cause and was let off with a pointments shall be from actual resi itiyton that a combination has been form Er, min complete, and m Will ell so acre. of Ever brought to thu market, I'ricc. lower than .nob land well timbered. privately MARTbMlTH. the lowe.t. Watcher, Clock, and Jewelry He. life sentence, when his neck ought to dente of tho territory. The States should ed between Bradley, Hunter, Finley and l Maywood, Ky paired on (hort)notice and warranted. have paid the penalty, tho Court of Ap- - certainly bo entitled to as much courtesy Congressman Wilson to secure the pa-- J c tronage tor KentucKy. tomer is 10 no for the observ- - but it seems they are not, for at the peals, in it mad desire ivery, geed and Sale Stable, for Surveyor. Hunter for Collecof every technicality, has reversed gestion of Quay, a Pennsylvania carpet- - pushed tor in tho Second district, Trimble to the decision, which makes two of a Dagger has Men appointed a district succeed Bronston. judge in Florida. William Stewart, 17 years of age, was kind this week. shot to death in Kansas City by a police type machines nMm.r ill) The Courier-Journal'- s Hinokini? a cigarette anil Eihtoii C. M. Meacham, of the Hop- murder on proper on being asked where he obtained it. the is the boss garden- - uko miserable kinsville Kcntuckinn, sale of cilaw of erof Kentucky. He has been eating names. For instance candidate Poore is garettesKansas prohibiting tho with an' to minors, he answered 1). now potatoes from his garden since last, spoken of as Poose, while Bro. John insulting remark and started to run, W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Sunday and has other vegetables about B ibbage, of the Breckenridge News, is when the officer fired nnd killed him. LONDON, KY , But 6ich is fame, One editor at least ought to set down as Cubbage. as forward. lor hirt Two of our Maywood onGood turnout, and .addle hor.e. alwnyi convenM iywooii. reasonable term. London i. the mo.t get ritl of a hungry look before the on-- ! Brer Cubbage ought to institute suit for bovs broke their buggies .Sunday; fortu- ient point on the railroad to reach place, in tht - malicious persecution. slaught on the good things at Owensbo10 nately no onu hurt. There will be a in the mountain if'tlon of the State JWjVHl&k&'2l'LflHBHLBVLYTrVBTLLLwf iuBBBBm ro. debate at Highland Thursday night, "Social Fktteks. or Within n Sb.-ol- . Maywood Suffrage." ' WV m" !v 'MtVLawlHI v bLLLKLLLLWt This section has been flooded with ow j the titlo of n0V(., by Kentucky's subiect "Woman Mr. Jim will be represented well. copies of the Woman's Journal, Mr. John Hill MaJ UT Stnntojl) jll8t Boone, Jr., sold n maro to ed at Boston, in the advocacy of female Jssm.a ,n. w ,L Morrison, a Washing-sum-ag- for f.'A Mav is coming out in her right LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ami woman's rights generally, t0Il p,li,fisjlt.r. j,ike all of tho major'8 colors. Messrs John Tucker, Jim Boone Cash and Mollio The attempt to sow such seed here willL.,rortH 5t is charmingly written and and Misses Fannie delightful evening THE LARGEST AND FINEST women are satisfied thrillingly interesting and destined to Boone spent a most be of no avail. Our at Squire B.istin'fl last Thursday. Morwhich is the most elevat-- 1 have a big rum Napier with their lot, gan Boone is verv sick. Anna HOTEL IN THE CITY. ed on earth. is some better at present. We are hav. 1 III: TZZTZ of tnitilienriiitur Imu ing a good Sundav-sclioo- l iltioomtineiit at Sugar TiiEgoveriinient has at last decidetl to at last been made, Frank W. Parker.-- of Grove. Mr. N. V. Hughes and Miss RATES Will keep constantly on hand a large arfd select line of Furniture S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDpay the State of Georgia $:,u55t money Illinois, gitting tho plum. Theodore MnlliH Boone went to Goshen Saturday. and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods during tho revolutionary Koosevclt, of New 1 ork, and Hugh S. We are always glad to see the professor's ING TO ROOMS. advanced it Miss Pearl smiling faco in Maywood. war. Uncle bam may oe n miio siow- . in Thompson, of South Carolina, were can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con." tl uu. l mlra ,'""'. "" rt Civil Service Commissioners nlso TtirnilUII 18 VISlllllg uurmsiei, uio Will n ""y." paying ms aeou, Tuesday. TUKK1SHA RUSSIAN HATHS IN HOTEL- vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Boone. like the dishonest and plead limitation. Interior Journal J ALWAYS IN THE LEAD! W. F. WALTON. Never in the history of our business have we had such a Lively Trade, "VSTJ3L3T It is because the appreciate free-lunc- OUR EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES ! Latest Styles, g For all the Newest Goods. are not only the Fountain Head for all the iwst-mast- WE SUPPASS ANY HOUSE 1 STANFORD When it comes 'ariety, Quality and. Low Prices. j-J- In Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c. When ome comes giving the extra value and qualitu do there is nt a house in this or the surroundinrj county that tor the money, can eaua us. 4-- ana convinced. j 5-- im .i.i;i,i ,.,,, ,,,,,. Main THE LOUISVILLE STORE Stanford. FARM FOR SALE I.t-- I Manager. j j rj II. WILSON, -- i nml'TUnuDCAM own uiumi ht nrrr ..,-.- ' Wall Paper, Wail Paper, Wall Paper, lili Al'IllC llOLSIi, , tax-paye- run-nin- 88-a- M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. IB il 10 ' i Established ,..,.,,,,. ,"viiif, i FOR mSTJRAlTCE a I,,, . r, ..?"", '.:':. ..! kill-see- WKAHKJNo Goods T ' Pa-,"'- Furniture and Undertakers' STANFORD, KY. WOOD WALLAGE ',,;.. .... Men's Outfitter The Louisville, Kentucky. Cheapest nnd Hcst AsHorled Stock of nil Paper, llordcr, Cellinj; necorntioiiN nnd Window Shades V WALLACE ----- 43-to- n htdesthttctibIjE bttriax ca.sx:et, 800-poun- I. IIRUCE, mi m fint-cla- Ao Mo PBNKYo BLEB, Ss nimw-Huu.1,w.v...H- U . "',,. ? Qgmh SAW MILL FOR SALE o - 1 ' j3-t- eug-anc- mu tUKMl VM MACK ' STORE HUFFMAN, PITOP, publish-!poot,aiueatt- l( THE GALT HOUSE, uBSrSti o l.-.- I.-- -- "fr" i, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal "lW! alton's. Ky., May 10 ' Pi.s.nts of Xewland. r. ul I kinds for sale by 0. Stanfoiu, tt.c. IN- 0. I. Nkwi.and, who baa made ngood races. L. Knglisb, of Cumberland Co., Wiiitk Mountain improvvl ice cream T. deputy for several terms, is a candidate bought in tills ami I'uhiMki counties 'J'2 MEANS BUSINESS. freezers lit V. II. Higgins'. . bead of aged mules at $110 to i NO. He for nt the next election. W.ATCHM nml jewelry repaired and also liouglit three nkIiIIc. hones at Sl'.'.'i Urv homi: of those pretty Flower Pots warranted. A. II. Penny. Prop. .1. M. 8iiioi.ii dcsiics teaching n to SHJ0. and Hanging Baskets at T. It. Wnlton'B. (iardi'n seed, new crop, A special train of xiven cars conLanimiktii' class of vocal music here and requests nil tlmtoughbrt'd yearjust received nt MeUoberts tte Stagg s. Fiutrs and confectioneries better and wishing to attcnil to leave their names taining M) head of of lings, tbe propel tv the Khucndor"f and LA.N'tiiir.niV Garden Seeds fruHli ami cheaper at It. burner's tiiaii any other njt, t jf mj,,,, Mr(irathiaiu Muds, leit Lexington Tuesgenuine, in bull; or package, t A. It. bourn1 in town. day for New Yoik, when- they will be Penny's. , Iiib house of loin Bailey, colored, in sofd at auction. , Tmk best place to buy drugs, patent ll.w.i; W km., A. L. Spoonainore i ," jtonovvillii, burned The Kentucky Association is so cdnesdav night, medicines and toilet articles is at A. H. pnetor.w... ope.. ..one . ... .. ,.....,... Several of bin children pleased with thesuccexHof their meeting IVnnv f. just closed, that it has determined to ,, Buy your wlinol hooks. Ink, tablets. motliiT column. barely escaped creniation. spend $:W,000 for tbe erection of a new paper, pencils and hcIiooI supplies of nil, w,. wn,l open u now lot of grand stand ami other improvements on 1. nny. Tom Wnr.N, who killed his fathurdn- ni;.kwt.lir, including the track at Lexington. Tall Joe linker, surrendered Capt. T. A. Moore's large barn in collars, rncliinirx, etc. Sevenince AiSon." law, Heaver PERSONAL POINTS. JTmifday and was lodged in jail. The ex- - Bourbon burned and 1. tine trotters valI'wiMiT.-T- liu S. Life Inmirmiif aminini! trial Is set for at 10 ued at ;(10,000, perished. The following V. I'.. Vaiim.n went to Louisville horse btiriM'd: Twilight Wilkes, Bour' Co.. of New York, lumpaid in full toMn. o'clock a. m. Wcduciday. bon Bismaick, Bismarck Pilot, Johnson, polieieM lield by ber Mi1 M.UIMIB NnwiAMi is visiting (trim Duncan tbe Tiik Hibland A: WnyiiehbiirK Turn-pik- o Von Wilk's, Mike, Mart Bismarck, Kentucky Hambletonian, Bourbon ALI. COLORS AND PRICES. late lniKband, amoiiiitinu' to St.OOO. I.esn friends at Ciab Orchard. Co. has decided to build the 4 Maik, lli'xniiirck .Mauibrino, silly. Perof Cinclnniitl, Is tliuii S'JOQ bad been paid on tbein. Mii. Sai.uk miles advertised itwdf under the man- fect ion, Count Blsmarek. Von Wilkes, visiting Mrs. Annie .Iiuncs. Wiiii.i: loading a loj- - on bii waon Mr agement of J. S. Young and work will yearling, record Ji.'lH.l, was valued at Mii. ami Mn. It. K. Wijaiiijn were SI5.0D0, and the others at from 1,000 to Willlain Terry, of the Highland vicinity, beirln at once, 510, 00. visiting I" Lexington thin week. below the Mippcd, breakiiiK' bis WK Tin: Danvilles Imvu accepted the MIV.HX K TK UAH. IMI ItllOlM Polirknee, lie )n (MWodd years old ami the LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. JoriiNAi.'s challenge to play man aie visiting friends at Sonn'inet. accident will likely isiiiw bis death. and it will oc them a game of base-baWin. Currey sold ''00 barrels of com, I'aiikbii, of Wliitluy, has been A. J. delivered here, at $U per barrel. appointed nitiil clerk on this division. of the democratic coun- cur at the public .school grounds Tin: members Uurcitv trustees have passed an orA C siNf Saturday, at II r. i. J N MENEFEE. MikxMattik DfiNNY. of Uarrard, was ty committee should not fail to attend dinance to tlie ctlect that all dogs found S. Hooker. tho meeting called for aftertlio gucsl of ber Mter, Mrs. J. Tin: Belle of Lincoln Lodge, No. JlMo, without muz.les mining at large after Iliixincps of impormust be shot. Miff J BAN IllTIIANAN lllix '0110 to U)ll noon at - o'clock. l. (). of O. V., one of the most nourishIti'V. J. F. Williams will tireiuh at hvJIIi'lo vWt Mr. .lobn A. Iliildeinaii. tance demands that there shall be a full ing colored lodges in the country, will Dealer In- the Baptist Lurch next Monday night. Mi. IJiuKii: Jjw.ii-K- , of llendurfop, is nttendancw. celebrate its )t!i anniversary nt Shelby Services will be continued fur" several vWtinu l.ix grMiidfatlier. Mr. J. I. ltow witli parades, speeches, evenings. Tini, w, ,k. H,".:T,4M , K,,, wnlllll. City Dr. W. F. Sc.tt and n. Ethel, of Etc., iiiuxie. ;c. College this mhIoii mill com- Somerset, were here Wednesday on their JIM FotiK r,:SM.v.m.M. who has tes" nt the tin- meeting of the Medic-meiiceiiient will wriir .nine iin. me way to attend debtn Mck n,ltP n iik'H, l ahle to lw ont young Imliw are MI?i'H Ntinniu and Kit-ti- i Ai.Tiiormt Mr. It. C. Warren has leg- id Association nt Itichiuond. It. S. (tri- clined to become a candidate for the Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, asuio Ikiiigliinnii, Mnrv IWiglit, Lou Dunn, islature the democrats of the Iiat Knd nan and wife, of New York, are visiting Mifc.. i. It. WvnmiN Mflrtml to Clove-Ihhrelatives here. Alcorn and In the News of this week Mrs. Belle viwtfrilny to vWt lu--r on, lr. J. W. Annie Haugbman, Mary aie not disponed to take "no" and have Minnie Itupley. Cedar and Locust Posts. Ujiwmhi. accordingly entered another call upon Wilson Stapp rites u very caustic letter We ill carry a I ' m k of ev. rth n f. id in a firtt" law Luriber Yard. compliance concerning some of our citizens for their u !lui- piibli-- h Ml-- x in V X. railroad fcoiuewliat of a him, which we wmt Dallih Willi The A C SINF, llusinet failure to letnin Prof Skinner and the Manager. . rodslHireTiiPsdiiy to henr Uw rviulition j,r.tiil.itioiilt It gnve one of its with their rctjiicht. present faculty at (Siinnrd College. Mie ' siiiiensiou for1 writes much tiutti but her ciiticisiu is of "AiiKir. liit etidueeis a Tin: prolonged and unusual drouth is rather too broad ami too severe. wlille on duty and Mr. J. C. TtniMi'soy. f l4ister. going into h Our spoilsmen are luiuh concerned at taking but one drink. As tho man nv- - daily Incoming more serious. The oat jumiswI np Tii?sday to Ids ps-Jon- s crop is cut short and without rain in a and very wmthv over the reckless ' urttgw. aliotit "f n ihiy lie will loose just MidiHesboro. slaughter of fish by dynamite. Almost few days the meadows will be ruined for Miih. I II. HrsaiMi. of Somorpet, ami cjjoo for this infraction of tb rules. daily the report conns from Dix river grass lias the appear that large and small bass are found in liny purposes. The eBtur, Miss lvlimtt ltout, aie visltJng their Tun board of medical examiners of ance that it basin August and the gen- numbers dead upon the lulius. Names father Mr. S. II. ItouU of some of the otleiiderx have been seponsionres here has each rmdv.Hl la let eral outlook is not encouraging. If you buy a McCORMACK REAPER or MOWER you are certain Mux. Dit. Jambs Blvk, of HnevUle. cured and if the grand juries in this nixiPMi.oftlilHnHintv.il virltiug her tT sltfmsl in re.i iiik oy ixiou-- i.mnei county, Lincoln ami Boyle are any ac-- : to get one of the best Machines made. Mierill" Janies L. Howard, Miuiu:i!. notifyingtheiii that their services are no count, they will e;ct in some good work sluter, Mrs. Dr. J. (.5. Carpenter. of Harlan, and Deputy M. W. Howard in this direction. If you bub a McOormack Machine you n depend on getting relonger needed ami requiring them to Miu AM Mils. K. C. W 1:111 bine for safe lauded in jail here yesterday Our little family had the very great- pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the stay at bis turn in their books and papers. The keeping H. W. Hall, who shot mid killed est pleasure of dining with Mrs J. C. two from most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or gentlemen were too honet and fair, we Kentucky. coal mine in Intern Jaines Fields at Harlan Court HouxeSat-urda- Hemphill one day this week. When we Mower; no for the old treasury rol.lx-r- . mistake about it. to Biii.ssiiiK left suppose, . M won iMi Mux. H. evening last. Hall claims that entered the dining 100111 we expectedbut linil the proverbial groaning table, Palls with the The McOormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of tenlay for CuinlK-rlanwho it was a clear cae of self defense and not so. This one was burdened beyond Mr. J. N. Menefee, Foil Sunittrr. hop of restoring the former to liwilth. made the county one of the bent sherifls gave himself up as soon as the deed was the groaning point. After an hour or their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with W. i. . spent unsuccessfully in attempting to Mllstdls. S. 11. Bf(.IIMVN. their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Ma- it ever bad, ih n candidate for the otlice done. reheve this board so richlv ladened we Welch, Peter llainptoii. J. T. and C. C. again. The election does not occur till , Fiivnk Vaxov, brother of Mr. C. witlnlrew until the cool ol the evening, chines second to none. QtirMin are in Iniisville attending the August, 1S1K). It can be truly said of Mr. of his eyes a number of and at tea time we again sat down to who lost hue By Machines before you make races. the tablo that never groaned hence this your all means, see Menefee that be never shirked a single coming for Cait. Jim Cihuiii, wlio took Capt. one of tlie many unpleasant duties that years ago, had the misfortune to have short letter. the other jobbed out by n stick while Sweeney's run on this division, has gone GEO. WEAKEN, Agt. devolved uK)ii him wliih'he was sheriir, hauling hay a few days ago, thus renderMT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. to attend the Conductor' Convention at deputy when he thought ing him totally blind. Tlie stick struck nor ever sent a Deliver. K. C. Collee and Mis'. Loiunina Clark it was his place to go. the ball and had to be pulled out caus- were married at New Hope Church last Loimn, who has lieuii I M. ing untold agony to the old gentleman, Sunday. A v i:11 or two ago Mr. James up In Boll iiiunty sketching for two Mueller's ijitnrryiuen hav resumed accifeeble and who has reached who is very Wray wax seriously injuieil by weeks, stopped oil' with relatives work and tilings are booming in tlie a ripe old age. dent on tlie Mnnford ifc Huston stone line. KELTS SPECIFIC cure all Mood dikcai.es uch at Scrofula, Ulcer, l'imple, Ulcerated Throat, I). N. Williams bought Jim Frazer's which he claimed was due to Mil. Tim W. Hioi.i.ns, of Ixtuisvllle, was evening as Dick Maii While Swelling, Snhilitic dxeatcs In all it stage. NecnisU, Ac. Price Si per bottle. H AVIS' IKON lllTTKKS it the most plvaunl lo lake of all the Iron tunics. in town Wednesday, en route to Linens-t-- r the construction of the road. He sued Farmer was walking across his place a property for I'OO and the latter lias movIt cures D)fpepsia, ed to Sinks. it gives a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles to attend the burial of Ids uncle, Mr. for damages-- hut after hearing tlie testi- large dog ran at him and jumping upon and nertouv system. Price Sinr tottle. (Jeer and Wallan's work train is GATMKF'S WORM SYRUP is made of the bct worm killers and cxpcllers known to the medmony Judge Morrow decided that he him tried to bite him about the face. Mr. moving halla-- t from tlii- - locality and the S. K. Iliggins. ical profeMon and therefore reiommends trlf. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price 95 We regret to observe that Judge Mor- had no muse for action ami refused to Farmer succeeded in keeping him otMtnd rock men are. happy. per bottle. CATl.lFF'S MAflSKTir PlI.I.Si tnr all I iwr rnm.,l.iint. Imnflirr.t tlii.rctir.n. Sick llrsiUrhr. A. J. Payne ami wife went to Jelli- - ' .tr Arti row is in Washington wallowing nround KTtiiit tlie ease to goto the jury. Wrav's In his attempt to get out of bis way he ni nth irlir I'm 01 pnli nir Iai Manufactured and Icr alc to the Iradu by the mire with the mob in its mad de- counsel itppvitlcd and the Superior Couit crossed little brunch, when the dog be- co lat week to see M. C. Sowder, who In the very low with fever. has just reversed the judge's ruling. gan to have a lit. This gave Farmer n is sire forollice. Albert Fish bioiight twopinirie dog Ky. WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., I) us. Stkkli: Hailky and J. (t. Carpen- Tlie turnpike will, however, we hear chance to escape, when he went for a from Texas with him. They are very ter are Stanford's only representatives at take the ease to the Court of Appeals gun and killed him. The thing is get- trisky and ijuite a curiosity to the the meeting of tlie Kentucky Medical fur further adjudication. ting pietty cloe. Will our sleepy city Mrs. William Fisli is on tlie sick list. Society at Itlchmoml. Tbe Misses Laugford tire some better. Stanford with less work for fathers wake up leforo it is too late Tin: city of celebration of Miss Neely Collee is veiy low. Henrv At the them than ever known is paying two Tin: Cincinnati Southern continues Branainaii lias recovered "from an attack Tan Thctu Kappa society of (Seorge-towthe marshals now to do w lint one man al to piny in miserable luck and it seems of fever. College, J. A. Anion, of this coun F. L. Thompson can be found nt the ways did in more law less days. The reaonly a question of time when nil its rollty, read an historical essay. son given is that then; was no agreement ing stock will be destroyed anil its Whitehead drug store stand with a full and Howard re-M11. (tKonni: II. Ititi'i-ami complete line of mcrchamliuc, nml for the marshal to guard and work the money gone for damages. It had three will be glad to see old friends and many Is Receiving His from Shelbina, Mo., yesterday, turned entown convicts, and man had to be new ones. seriou"" accident Tuesday. Two passenwhere Mr. Bruce lias been several weeks The I'ducational Hvangelist made gaged for that purio"e. If the council ger trains collided near Oakdale, killing its appearance W eilnesii.iy. it ir a very attending the bedside of his brother, Mr. has thf Interest of the town at heart it S. II. Bruce, who Is much better. t'e engineer and mail agent; a freight rieuiiniiie so cet. nublished montldv for Give him a Trial t V t ..,-- .., , nf .........., vtutl.il will have it understood before it elects a Jumped the track near Dayton, tearing1 fn.t. distribution in schools. Prof. Shaw, Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, M.. u. Utoxfnr.1 ..c... .. .mii. ti. .1. "!-. ' rt.lr.u..l.......i.. ..!,,. d serves enioiiragement ' their contents to pieces and tlie pnhli-he- r, four cars and bis daughter, Mrs. J. It. Stouller, of this f (It miles the shortest, !l hours quickest between " " t. in his ello.t to establish a high school! ' , while a freight was at 7. place, yesterday. Miss K.S. Phelps was here. A copy of bis paper will be numbers of men who will do all the two portions 1), a running .1... havf1L, ;U) intercrt Jn tlie llint. r.ii. bit ut..L Mriiiiltiv unit MnmlnV t0M. New Orwork and be glad to get the otlice. "....1.... of the train came together with a ternllc ter. night, but was better yesterday. Kich- ,, , 14 cars and injuring mond Climax. Tiik proposed route which the dircc- - crash, deniolishing You Cannot Afford DtSKfllfHvfmV r ' t 1 Entire Trains Run Through Without Change. of Hart county, n t0Mo( t,e Stanford, Danville A: Crab Or- - several employes. I)k. C. J. Walton, At this lemon of the year to be without a Rood reliable diarrhoea t slum in the hiuise as cramps, prominent applicant for the pension cjur,i j,jk0 mvo determined to build, to THROUGH CAR SERVICE. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ccllc, diarrhm a und all Inflammation of the agency, and Drs. James Smith, W. lv 0i,V'jate the danger from engines at How- Train No.i, Pullman lloudoir t bowels ic cxiced ngly dangerous if not ami Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleaus A. attended to at once. Oite bottle of Hegss' Diar-- . Rodman and J. F. Purdoin, of the same Wa examined by President Jack Wool wanted, 100,000 pounds Chattanooga to Shreveporl and Pullman Iluffet Sleepers, Cincinnati to Jacksonville, via K, T., county, passed up to the Medical Con-- , Hodcy and Messrs. J. II. MeA lister, U. T. Nunnelley. rlioea llalsam will do more good in ases of tbe T. S. O. Train No. 3, Mann lloudoir IlutTrt Sleeping A. Ijickey and John Bright Tuesday. vention at Richmond yesterday. Sandidge sold to G. C. Lyon n kind than anyotbi'r mi'dicineon earth We guarP. C. Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati antee it. A. It. lViyiy, Druggist , Miis Jkssik Cook and her brother, Mr. The company has the choice of two prac harness mare for $250. to Jacksonville, via W. & A. Sleepers St. Louis to New Orleans via M. .V O, sohl to Dr. Ed AlJ. II. Cook, of llustonville, were visiting ' tical routes: One over tlie blull' from the W. L. Why Is It and tho other up tlie bottom, corn ii saddle gelbing for $H0. Miss Maud Myles Tuesday and took in 1 hat ptoplu linger along always nmplaining aannisx Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 1889. e 'Amor.'' Mr. I.. II. Oiveiis and Miss Pet- - leaving tlie present road atShelton's May wheat was forced up to 8ti and about that continual tired tt cling? One bottle cf Ilcggs' lllood Punflrr and Wood Maktr will eiiVauarsdall are spending a few days tel. By the former the cost will be about Julv to 70 at Chicago Monday. UP. RKVJ3 DOWX tirely rciuolhis feeling, give them agdappetits sold to William a.id regulate digestion. A. It. Penny, Druggist this week iu Lincoln. HarrodsburgSay-- ' .t,0(XI and the latter $2,000. or less. IKAINS 5UU1I1 -J- ames Holtclaw "Trains nortiiT No. 41. No. 2. No t. Vo. 6 Wo. j. No. 4. vevors Blakeman and Bright have been Uobinson n combined mare for $200. No. j. No. 7. STATIONS. Daily. l.im. Daily East Daily Daily. Daily Miss Gkoiioi.v Davhis, who spent 1't runiK tho HmK nml making estimates Kx. Sun. V. I. Herrin sold to n Tennessee Dally. Ex. Lin, Daily. l.im. Daily. NEW AOVKHTISEJIENTS. I.im E. Sun, . .A'rv 6 40 a m 64a pm loijami 330 p m heason at Dan Slaughter's Dripping 17 am 4 03 pm Scop in 7 3$ a m.L.'ve .. .Cincinnati. party a No. 1 combined gelding for .. ....Williatnstown L've S '3n 830am 11 P in 9S3m wipm 0 30 p m Springs and studied the Lidy of Lyon, $250. Georgetown 7 24 a m 12 38 p in 4 10 a m. 1059 a m 7 oj pm 10 J9 pm M nv of our local readers will reniein-r.mnry, a mi 4 13 pm Lexington, dramas from 348 11 30pm T. J. Foster bought ol s. J. 7 35 pm 1035 pm ioa5a mj Uomeo and Juliet and other 7005m 12 10 p in who came hero from the .. Le....Lou. S. R. R....Arr. ".:' stock hogs at U cool perch on tlie mountain side, is ber the woman " .... .. ..!Arr.....l!urgin llUiead of ..Le. an Ice dt'mt on Lancaster streot Wt hae playing a week in Louisville and the mountains about the time of the Chi aifd will keep constantly mi hand a lull supply of ia ji pm 8 45pm'iaoaa m'n 17 a m Lve Ilurgin Arr asjamt 310pm 5 30a m 10 50 pm Danville capmliaio am Williams, of Hockcastle bought of Pure Lain Ice acting in very tian Sunday School Convention !j'Jm a 53 a in 530a miioji p m la jopm a 28 a m 5 20 a m toao pm J unction City upm 9 iopm la 30 a m 11 4S am' 1" funds to prosecute her search for East End parties, 2:1 head of yearling Pound, At Ii Conts per Now ml 8 30 a m Somerset a 05 ami loop terms. o5m 115pm is the time to 300pm In n,tiantitls oter Uv pounds. o. pm it asn m am 1111m 4 J5am uakdale pm whom she claimed had been heifers at $12 to $14. 650 her son, UuiiAitns and his old legiment-fur tho season make engagement 06 a m ., Sacami 6 40 p mlAr'v...Chattanooga..I.'vel Cut. 0:0 pml 755am 1000 pm A HAMPTON. M'NNl.M-E.. 7 35 a in m L've...Chattanooga....Ar v kidnapped and taken to some place in and P. T. Vories ... 9 loaml 70op N. W. llambrick looam al surgeon, Dr. J. B. Kvans, of Marion, ' 4 47 Attaira., 01 Dm o ia r m Ar'v "m 300pm 300pm ,.w...l. n reunion Tiusdav' whilo the lat- - Nebraska. Her name is Mrs. Matilda have bought from 40,000 to 50,000 pounds 345 prnin 45 pm Ivt iiirningnam...,, uiiju;-. 02:1m uscalocvia and she lias been successful in of wool at 25 to 20 cents. Georgetown bos om I 30a m 10 00 p in ter was here on his way to tho doctor's Howard .ill as pin. 4 45 . m Ar v . .. Meridian .u- - I. ve... . hi ... -v object. After finding that the good Times. Hw tw ..i.e. llljll i .j ... j jj pm . meeting. The captain pronouneer, the her ri IO 30 Meridian Ar 5 10 a m I.'ve 040 Cattle are in fair demand 111 Cincin- people did not take enough stock in her 0 lop m lackson......r v doctor one of tbe bravest and truest 9101m ive 4 to 400 pm ... tO IllltO 111) IllilllV ilolhllH. . hIii' nt. nati at U to 4.10; hogs do. at ,,,.., 4.A'; ntjam Ive....v icksburg 1- .- lw. lout l. ... . ,. .. , 1, '89. o HtorV L Monroe "" " " I tinlncr . . 1 35 pm L've 1M WlIU lUHKll" "" 1005 a m .,...1.,. weawai .no.tw, - solved to Ko without money. 8 vPiu Ar'v....Shreveport So getting sheepare ilullaiui '600 am . tr, t..l.. ii . nlwavs found in the front, notwithstandIIU4IU f... juiig . ... 3 uu lll'lll 1.. .. tujuiy i,jic( wti. "'' on me iiuo nt. t ..:... .til.. Hue 10m me n l j.uiiibviiiu ..1... " Train No 7, Pullman lloudoir Iluffet Sleeping Cars Cincinnati 10 Jacksonville, Fl,, via E. T.,V. & Cottage Rent from June i to July per week t 10 ing his post was In the rear. pair of ,t(m(1 per WMk Bfr Juy Cincinnati In Lexington. -- Mr. Cleveland's conductor her pitiful story mid he did o G. Kreo Parlor Cars Train No. a, Mann lloudoir Iluftet Sleeping Cars, New Orleans to Cincinnati, horses, which are said to Cottage Kent per week after July AND VICINITY. Chattanooga and Jacksonville, Fla., toCincinnati, sin E. T.,V. & (S. New Orleans to CITY 5 50 Shrevenort to not have the heart to put her oil'. Tho seal brown ' 50 S next and the next and so on were like- have cost him JOOO, sold nt auction Mon- single Meal Train No V, Mann noudolr Uuffet Sleeping Cars New Orleans to Cincinnati and Free Parlor H. Zinimer's. Horseiwell cared for, per week 300 Milk siiakb at wise touched witli her story and she dllV for s?282. TramjJo'.'s. Pullman lloudoir and Ftiffet Sleeping Car Chattanooga to Cincinaii and Sleepers Jack- Excrybodyls cordially invitfd 10 visit us tnrly Good rilillS are falling in Northern V..YU. Boy a Deering Binder and Mower if finally reached Nebraska, got her boy Minnesota and drowning out the terri- - in Ihe season and get advantage of the reduced innuille to Cincinnati, via W. .V A. anal-.- I.. RANK WOOLLEY. Trav. Pass, Agt., Lexington, Ky. you want tho best machine. Sold and and returned triumphantly as alio had iilo forest fires which have been raging rates. Respectfully, a.l.spoona.mork, JOHN C.GAULT, General Manager, Cincinnati D. G. EDWARDS, Gen'l Pass, and Tkl. Agt. , gone, nlmost without a cent. ,0liio. Address, Stanford, Ky. for several day8. warranted by Metcalf & Foster. walton, Bus.MnnaKer rn... .....,. Fiikmi fish every Tuesday, Thursday Severance mil .Saturday. M. F. Klkin. 1880 "K Bi.ow.s- - I.i:(iiii!in Koch, for hotting nt ami niter T. . Walton's. ,,...., & ,.... Son. -- i'""" v ",u P. N. Prowitt bought of Kobert' Ijind n htuich of 2 and cattle At L'.i,,.!... nt 2 cents and . 1'. head of same kind in .. " .1... jwini j.uii ., tiTiitni lf.,,1 lilt; iu n Allen lk'nzli-went to Lexington or Kou "" Wednesday and brought Bee Martin home, while Seoti Karris goes with Hob it. .iiuuici. McAlistcr'h stable to the Louisville ' J. .., CLOTHING! a V r- PANTS AND SUITS. - - 1,, ,,,,,,.,. I lo-da- m SUMMER COATS I VESTS, l. . 'I'.- -l, Hki'i-hiit- . - I jt j Bruce & McRoberts. SINE -- ll 1 to-da- y j So MENEFEE J ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, baxo-bal- l, - GSASH, BOOKS Lallis, Shingles, ANT BX.HSTDS lD iI FATE2TT WXKE A1TD SLAT PENCE, - m- - 1 itr-lf- j b.ir-rMi- The Long and tlie Short of a It. I - J r i 11 wet-k- s' y " Van-oy- selection these the harvest. I. 1111 The Great Remedies ay , ( 11 Williamsburg, peo"-pi- e. V Ho Co HUFOJJYj SUMMER semi-centenn- ial n iMERCHANTTAILOR SPRING AND 1 11 GOODS. - "" ii W1 "v I mviu mail-tempti- ( , Ciiiciimnti and leans. South-Houn- 1 ( Mom-ac- h lluif-e- int e ; I . Daw-to- toll-gat- ' Ho-ti- -" Stir-iug- s. ; v,.(l,u-sday- ' n d ICE! ICE! ICE! otH-nt'j4-t- -- 1 .1 . . . ' appeal-complimenta- B ' 1 1 4 j f . 1 - HALE'S WELL. 1 1 ' 1 W i V ' i 1 1 -- - - .ii "... . Season Opens June I 1. r- well-know- n J North-noun- 1 j j , t6-'1- , - 1 A r,Mw lywwiwnr nSBWIftWWW'tlW "'yyr ggSJK9,MI,MiWK.,S.',:!!!l Potter's Address. Following are tlio meaty point, of the ndilrt'ss tlellvered by llisbop Potter In St. hull's eliureb, with Harrison and Nntisf Published Every Tuosday and Friday maker sitting in the sitnie pew that WashBishop r S?'J PER YffiiUl.iyADA'ANCIC $2.50 will be charged." "When not o paid K.C. Train leave LOCAL TIME CARD. at mo A llovvla-i- m., returning at fi p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ,...l) 31pm Mail tram going North . south., 131pm ..1137pm Express train " South . .3 jT am " North " 6301m Local Freight North South carry pai.cngert The latter trains alo The above i calculated on Mandard time. Solar time it about o minute hitcr 6pm Favorite MhiiIi-Iii' .llli-- i for Throat and I.ting Difll- lun lull); ln'oii, ami still is, Ayer's . .! rv A. Imo.'iln . jthitiu;, soothes It euros Croup, Cough, IJronchltls, ami irritation of tlio Yot'itl Organs; ullays soreness of tlio I.iuis; ruvoiits Consumption, ami, even In nilvanccil stages of that disease, relieves Coughing and induces Sleep. Tliuro is no other preparation for d of tlio throat and lungs to bo with this remedy. 'My wife had a tUstrcssttig couch, with pains In the side and breast. We tried various medicines, but iiojio did her nuy good until I got a bottle of Aycr's Cherry Poetoral, which has cured her. A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, had tlio measles, and thu couch was relieved by the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I liavo no hesitation In recommending this dU-imicom-pare- lr.vn.x and Fauces; strengthens tlio Cough Medicine to everyone afflicted." Robert Horton, Foreman llemlllght, Morrlllton, Ark. " I havo been nfllictcd with asthma for forty years. Last prlng I was taken with a violent cough, which threatened to terminate my days. Every one mo tu consumption. I deter-iiiiti-to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. wore magical. I was immodi-.- 1 Its f li. . relieved ami continued to improve 11 i.il u'lrely recovered. "Joelllullard, (iii.liWd, Conn. ' Six iiMinths ngo I had a sovero .if tlio lungs, brought on by an iiieHs.uit enti'jli which deprived me of uletip mi I r nt. I tried various rente-iii- s, inn olitiiineil no relief until I tn t, ike Aver's Cherry Pectoral. A jvv lmttles of this medicine cured me." Via Y.. Cobnut, 1'J Second St., Lowell, Mass. afllietod with colds, "Kor Mii"i, r."rn i'iii'ii-- , or croup, I do mil VihiW ..f ,iiiv remedy whicft will givo i! m n! ' Avor's Cherry I . J limn I It, also, itivatu- ..u .11 iim4 .f Wlioiijiing Cough." ! ..hi .1, Mi.., u,r Wusliiiuton street, .. -i hem-tirrlitf- H be-U'- in 1 i '. .... of any kindornature Whatever. And When ill it, I Will, to Hie 1)01 01 III V Jlliismrill, .lira. Illirge nil? duties of mv oilice w ith that impartial! - . ... .....I 1.11111 fi.n .1... ..iil.lt. - .mrv.1 ttlll,l aww .....1.. .n iui mv i"i"11 iiii'i ouizht never to stiller connections ol blood or friendship to have the least sway on decisions of a public nature." e And again, another enormous between this day and that of which it is the anniversarv.'is seen in the enor- inous diHerence in the nature and inllu- enco of the forces that tionnl and noliticnl destiny. 1 ruled the hour. died ideas that rule our hour, but they e merchantable idea. Tliegrowth of wealth, the prevalence of luxtiiy, the dillVr-encTo-da- Arthur Sun, St.ind.ird N joji ; bv Oen Knox, llUik Mallion; 14 handi hijjh. foaled 1IS1; bred A lioldniith OranRr county, evv ork, rccoid.1 j ith 15m a vcla. and 13' in 1 ti clan .. I... Firtt u.iiiuj Ilourbon Chiet, .1.- - .r of .tiiii.i 01c tire aaH;adilam tiv l.uile Ar.hur, tliuroiitfbbreil by CASTELAR, IOG2. vv m make the icawti of 'i- .it hit by Woburn jo. tt dam Woburn Maid The dam gt Carver, a i;Vj 'In touching upon the 111010 delicate bv a MambniKihorte nd dam part of vour letter, the communication of Arthur Stmt hat prov'ed himielt lo be a mpcrb jrd dam hy Mambnno Metivngcr tills me with real concern, I will brriMer Call and tee hit toltt it hit home which CASTELAR. 1041, by Volunteer. $j. tire tf St deal with you with nil that frankness WYANDoriE, Sianoiird No 551, bv Mclrs- - Juli en 1 UK. etc ; lit uam '.vlitt Conine. y Ham which is line to friendship, and which 1 polilan, one of ihe bet t bred tout 01 KyJ) mond, ion of I'otier't Clav: id dam Wella" Star, b) wish should be a characteristic feature of iiaiiinietonun, navitii lor nut dim liracinth. or dam of Arliller an!f, and Movleity 1 Volunteer, ad d.ilil Cluril the dam of Dexter a It; American Star. 14 ; j4 dm by llcrtranU. niv conduct tlirougli we. .....1 r... ..... u. l'hnllat ...1M .',., ...1,1, the tire of Director dam by HamWeioinan, 10: nt WOlll'RN, Sliould it be mv fate to administer the a tifc, and Ja a to Mrtt dam l.aJv Mil. Cooley b)j.i. Uam ; Telegraph, rrnverniiipnt I w ill io to the chair under Welih bv William Welvh. the tire ot Prince Imtc of lies. Cooley by rnda). 101 id dam the ington worsliippm. in 100 yearn before: A ui'iiiT.ition which vaunts its tlesient from the fouiulers of the Uepublie seems nrnely to he in .Iniiner of fontettiuc their distinction. Tbev were few in number, they were poor in worldly possessions the sum of the fortune of the richest tiniotij: them would atlbrd a line theme for the scorn of the plutocrat but they had an invincible uf conlldence in the truth of those principle in which the foundations of the had been laid, and they had an ttnsoliKh purpose to maintain them. The conception of the national government as a huge machine, existing inainlv for the purpose of rewarding n party servicethis was n conception so alien to the character and conduct of Washington mill Id associates that it seems even to speak of it. It would he interesting to imagine the first President of the United States confronted with some one who had ventured to approach him upon the basis of what aienowcoin- monlv known as "practical polities. The Hut tlte conception is impossible. loathing, tlie outraged majesty with which lie would have bidden such a creature to begone is foreshadowed by the gentle dignity with which, just before his inauguration, replying to one who had the strongest chum upon his friendship, and who had applied to him during the progress of the "presidential campaign," as we should say, for the pur-- 1 pose of an appointment to oilice, lie wrote: to-ilaic yro-tesip- mm POWDER Absolutely Puro A n.irvel of puril), Tin ponder never v arid n iecin 'n ss. siretiKili and More eicnoinl. al than the ordimirv Vind ai 1 an not be sold in competitioh tuo nu t tude "t !. tet. ili'iri Weight alum r phosphnir now SoM onlv in L IIVKIN'i POWDFKCO, can. IlO 18 i .. all street New York OJESAR! This line Jnci.,3 ycnri old, black vvith white point, ijhiiudi hi;h, will male the protein at our itahlei. mile north o( Millcdgeville on tea-to1 n THK STANDARD-ilRI'.- STALLION I ri" BELMONT CHIEF, 8689, I the Danville mid llu'tunv ille pike, lie jittered at Itab Link , At. $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. I'arthif wlili mnriMiiaken the$caon due. C.riar n tired by lluiler, he by Stolli, Imported from spam, lie na proveu nunirii a uio loai geucr In IK WKUiHr. 13 MilledKfvil'e, Ky. THKllOsS MUI.K JACK SILAS I'ike.at VATTGHA1T, t'r Kin I Dam, llettie Kinkead, bv Contractor, rA4, the tire of Dr. WVtt J.i;lf. Second dam, full titter to I). Monroe, 1 18; It) Inn Monroe the tire of l.uify Murine, 1 ml., Monroe Chief, 1 HK. Kittle llatea, 1:1 j and 9 otliert 10 the j.jo hit Paurih dam by bird Jam by Dnvn l' Membrfiio TlioroiiEhbivd llclmunt Chief i nbayund weight loopoiindt, loaled in iS-- bred b ). I. t'agar, Midway, Ky. Ilelmoiit Chief in appearance It very ninth like hit tire He (ruttil .1 mile at Decatur, Mich , In iMl In a: jiii . Contldrriniithv lonccliimiioii of , peed v blood, top. t)lc, ihapeauil tnilliniJ ilctlun I lunthe iittnoit intitideiici- in the mulls to be ohtuined by III. rir.t iHt ll be devel Id hnn. oped for fpeed, tints making nn earl) thowiug of hit excellent i.il ilies and briiitt hit t jIh into promi Hit. Sired by the great ll.lmont tire Nut, the 1 jo Int. Hit unt have tircU join tho TRIAL nd of a 4 2131 iSi, , 1-- 4, v Hit Wrdirod, i , Vilinj, a jo'. and iSpihrr. Hit daughter! nave prodiied 14 In the 1 jo sj, 1 -- - - hri-edn- Ilelmoiit C'heif will make theteaMin of blei of Will make lie prencnt seiion at his mvi.eri, Unllei Wel uf Stanford on.the Knob With the iimal return privilege or S50 Mnret kept on good p.ntiire at owner u-l- AT S30 TO iWnt mv tt.ililc in M Kmnrv, J I' CKOW, SIOTo Insuro a Living Colt. yean old l nk at $1 per month INSURE A MVINO COLT THE SEASON, McKinney, Ky. lr Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, 552G. '.., hoine.'-.Miiplei- lied black with while pomti is1,IIIharda hi(jli, 6 get look the and a ture foil setter prtmiiim at Stanford and liativille over the get of the most noted jaiki in Lincoln and Movie voun Il.i lh.re. itk m imI lnh, thre leirt old tint net Parting or tradmi; the mare after the it bred prion, full It 'tin in Man Mnwintr j )(: positive!) forieiit the iniuraiue a d the money It Koaled 1JI0, .1 dark bnv, loVi, hatidt hijih and will make the lenxin uf inn, u Lharlet Dunn't, then due Care taken 10 prevent acldenit, but tlncttvle Sired by Videtie Firtt dam by sir jS miltt Imm Stanford, m, Ihe ltu.il llrmcli will not be rei iinsibie should anv o i ur Chjrh'o Whip, hp by Imp Whip; d dam by pike. K. II fi. K. i; WOODS, will make the teaion of 11119 nl liable one u-- ii niinioro n.y mile from Stanford on the llutonvillem)pike AT S25 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, VIDETTE, JB,., MES3E1TGER. t ! (al-lati- Ed. Barlow, 2375. STANDARD Rl'LU 6. """e) auc tnxi hip At $10 to Insure a Living' Colt, nuie ri,ini aiwith nt U Videtie wot hv Vindev , he bv .!' Illack lliiwk,behy old Imp W mp lipto jaariold i 111. tail it auermineo CIIARI KS Dl'NN -- r thowti i time and boaten only once Vldelle At 4 yeart old hr could trot in a it eaiy Sirod At $20 to Insure. '' ' , ' ; 43 per cent, of the old hone Rydjkt Ham10. intMounucr 01 lee gnutcu innuicionian tain. !!" ly '11' - ED BARLOW Will itand at my ttahlet. two milet from Stan lorJ, K) , on live Kfloti i.ick lurnpiKe, at . ' Miam ehh I.imitrl to it Mnorovnl mar. t lormatiou or ..aril a J Jrc 1 A i$ tan and ... '""''V 'h? XL V.,c."Ji7 .... lunier. Kjsiiui iiamn etoiiuii n ? Metropoli lor further in Kj $15 to Insuro a Llvlm? Colt ELKIN. 6t Uonson. or $10 tho T HOCKKR. l.ancatter Dark r trull j ye .rt 01J, while hind foot, t y tpa- - 6 hatiiU bijth.tiiri The well known Jack, will make the irnev Winn, tire of W ilkei a ton at the lame place at $0 tomiuie a livirni roll Champion ilkrt a ', ant I dam llelle by J K KAKUIS. 17 tint Mamhrmn IMof, Mambronn Pilot, Jr. by Rell' wh at yeart n'dtrotud I r Jii.mh, in a toif and Scioiid dam 'bv Siar Davit) ihe rain1 d mi .h I ini.lme 1 lj "I Mainhrinn IMof, Jr, hv KelTt Mainhrimt 1'ilot bv Mambrino Chief I iri dam br Old I. ray id dam a lait trolling mare from Ihe North W ilket, .ire uf og in llarne) Wilkei hvtoliii, Hart) Wilketa ijS,Ac. t'irttdam Kmi Four veari old. dapple urav, two while fret be- - by Rotcoe, tannfl'iloi Jr. tireof tbedtm of MajJ bind and inl ill ia.e it hanm liijh, vveiKXt S. ioSij, jo, fcc J.wo peunjt, fine ilvle and action MteU o Imp - t 1'iln. Uitket will make the leetan of iMat J 'rime eftt ale al lllaiidenivtitle. Ill Dam three- A W.anli' farm tS mile Irom DanvilU, on th foorlh. Clydetdale and Murnaii Danville ind l..i.aitr pike, I'hit it the boric t breeil to to larm ttock and mule mares at t have umiertally told my a Living Colt. mulet for more motiev lhan any one in thw tec At $12 to lion. Ilreedert wilt oktene that Pita. Wilkpt lut two Thit hone will make the pretent leaton 1'ilot, Jr, irottet, hit ajrand-tiiMambnoo I'Uot. brother in 10 of Hykit At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. t a me of SutieWol il Ai.alde, S For further informaiiuti all on addrc. J A Good gruit at 1 1 per month flood care taken r 1 II enjer ol all ttock, but no tttpONiibiKt) lor arudeutt. jnii-ni- l l iwoim: -t prt-.iin11 Steve Walker! PILOT WILKES. . PRINCE OF WALES, JR. I Ki-g- l. - lmre -i one-four- th Insure e. .l, nel T ie i're m 1111 - 1 '.Ke Slabun. Danville mu.-tb- Si 1 Stonewall Jackson, Will make the Jr. Hay. i' to terve maret .it m .fable in I. all (iarrard countv, K) , and will lie permitted Hv 1 Oe-.rtf- ieann ol i3o I hli nnc voun; j ick. . veart old, 14 handi 1 I he nnctt Inchet, dark brown nh white oiiit tervini; jack in Lincoln ioutitr and a iur Isal ire of alliw aen 1 J getter .Sire.1 bv Caldwcll't l.iaat nt dam a dam a jennet too Will ttaad the luine VIII ' ijennc; 'and. hih SUndardi prpicnt CJMin it my liable in Hu.ionville K 1015?.) A Wilkes .S. ) ! IlOIl WILLIAMS. 1 2:34f. 1 BREECHLOADER 1 ! iK am! bit Ih at Ihe SlRF.D V l. I F. 'f'rr'aJ ,- !, .,, I'ii-ri- ..II IUUIUIUI, II! at The bett 01 are taken ma'e. and . l; jW-.- tho u.aal rate, but not rentMnnble for any occur thonld Imnrdiatelv alter Ihe clo.e of the teuton Dan vill Wilket will foiniotrainins tor a lattor record l'artiet that are well Informed knew that the ' ihorouf hbred lood matt be in (he trotter and rtem-hnianDanville Wilket certainly hat plent) of it, hit who liec.tme 'brisk little We the undertineU n.rc ored to and teeN the dam dcin by a thoroughbred heme, and then the On Sunday night, December 30th, in the town cliief of the Uiroiulists .uitl ilieii by tlie Coltt of the hulvn. .Sloni.ill lucLAn pacing cron he hat .hould tend to produce fan of Stanford, Ky., a UI.AcK HUKSr, abuut 13W illlillotilie ill IT!.'!, to cryoilt iliastOIlisll-- j Jr.. and it afford, utpleamrc to my that he a and jcood race lionet. Jiandt lilli. 5 jearold, both hind feet white, trnall "",ut'"" 'n Danville Wilket will make the wimit the lair 5 success in farm nir, r star in the f.reheud and anm on note. He carriet inent of the i evert h number of ihom Ham devel- W. M. UfK. Danrilk. imp tided. He wlll'l. lie Went the rounds Ol Mount All tail, which it very heavy, a er- - opeJ well combined have won th r wat hitched 10 a Iiuebv, coinparatireiv 11011 in l"ss. The estates were then nt premium at the ho animal and T iicmry, in i'etw new, with blue .loth limnzt lieiidn THK COMIIINKD STALLION. pitch of improvement they Mlrh"Vn.CR'I'. ' u'ur,,"":"", Th,, reward of $50, I will give $15 for the reioveryof the 11 liij. cnenonu, uu"jv ana tniei ever attained, crops of wheat, tobacco,' IJ'1'1 i"ios"'ii wai.KKR. Un.a.ier iasStanford, Ky 97 barley and buckwheat 'burdeniinr ' Dr. 11 ...:!.: nv ;. c. ', . .'. C;., Lowell, Mass. til botili'.. fi STOLSN" ncle-b.i- bcautilul tuv color, mamticeiit carn.iee ami ac- ho t Hon ttuble int b stonewall eitlier tlie teniiicr or the coniiiut doet and the O.r in the He vmlottirpd at w ell at lie in rinu Wnsliini;-totiia- n of our fathers, or dam Jackton, lit dam llelle bv Mw.-r- , Jr; iHjrnity for the Jellersoninn sim- Sallie tCook by Helm. Vrkthirv, 3d d.im Itoh Mob-'race m.ir,br llamhleionian Stonevvall plicity, which" was, in truth, only anotli-- 1 Jackton b W .tnintton Denmark, he hv Imp vulgarity. tlie er naine tleujlora. lit anm oj l.niidir, lv bv Did Vni .iipi.engvr. jr. hi uiiii, American. i. dum by nerK-aOfno t'onnic by ake I'p Jak, ' Washiriflton as a Farmer. dam hv Old Sweeper, a tatt pacer: W ake Lp F10111 a proiu-el- v o... .Mettcner. lit dam by .,... ,.. illuitrateil series of ,1..1 1.. TV... IHll .rrtnmilti atticlcs on tlie t'enteiinial of W'ashim:- - ' Nedlej 1 hut 11 will rw.ttn that he hai the Moxl he it the nece.tar) makp him ton's Iiinuunitinn we quote tlie follow- - huccetiful toire of horM? what uli purpo.e.,tf'rvit and lor "(iooil reason liad M. Urisot le I'jtturiuse for marct 41 rettonable trrrrt iiiL': I S Colls ill ttand fur the tenon. Warville, tlie traveler aiui author Mht massing of large material forces, which hv their verv existence are a standing menace to the freedom and integrity of the individual, the infinite swagger of our American . speech and manner, mis . . t- .i.j.. 1.! ....11.. iiiiii 11Ntiiiv .. , , ,. , " iiiiriii,s4 iiir i'ri'iiiii,--... . an mis J.''11" 1111111x111111.-3tuiiiotiiHiiiiV' i it contrast to the austere. HilllplicitV, tin- - i.niitin'iini.iiiu tntesniy 01 mu niot (IllV.Silllil iilt men of Oil!' KepllMk', wl'iieh makes it ininoilile to reprodiu-i-' ' -- At Sio the Season, .... Wilkeitu, ure WILKKN offti in a jo or better Or At $10 To Insure a Llvinu Colt. mow) due when the mrp It parted with J iMiird vvi.l nine K.e tc.toti of kuweli f ji-i- rn Ihe Danritle Iluttliviile pike, near Mibe Ucville, at tie.ire ir , Money due when tervue it rendered. Ihe tplpii-d- i I record that Monewalt Ja kon, Jr, lu nude in the fair riu;. conbined with ihe talc of hit colli itanip him . aionr ol thecrandp.t tiret of the State. . o ihot the eitimate of tut - brit dun. wi hn t . . ... :. u ...v. icwih ... i'iuii- intfi ii.c ui L. Liu rmieu11.. iu mt llairit hate been sold (tir jjo while a number of colt belongim; 10 other pirtiet have .. '.. :, :; -- ..,.,, ..,. il stouewall Jiicen.Jr.tnolullioliandt huh. exiliantlie dam Flora b) Skedaddle (thnrotufhbrt-d.1 dam Medley by I lid Water, b, lleaihunp, piccr. ,t dam by shellon'a I'elesrapli. 4 ikim by I rank (thoroughbred ) ,..... fill. tt!ll.. I. .. In fl.H ......... .. mtm ,,, ...v ... .... . , ,i., n nt lui il.lAH.llfll n " " - th .i.im i mi "" I'll auAaiiM . ... "- la " "," fourth D.i.ivIIIp Wilk. 1. aUolhc firit aad onlyijrnnd-ioof litorKC Wilkpt that hat proilnccet one In 1 jo or better, iianruin nil two more 01 nit n traiB1B. aHj. bamnir accioi'iii, I am or teller: ei. will make record, oft " Ct- ' of j4. to a t) ,T. uVTY'l r""i the la.t ord U.ilf in a tncein t:V Danville Uilke. hi. proven himteir a line breed er and it ture tw jtroducc trotiei. and aHie. ran harea .banceto ethi. produce no lar a very i.u M. liDODK. SIO to Insuro a Living Colt, -' 1, lien retained on I radio until money 1. paid t tke mare inrieiio itiiunmr Detcnntlon llreti blonder I a rich dark bar. with black vi.nl., heat) maneandliii, inl.' haault : nin hi on. are lari fine and toRtl can h ten al I S Teiw all coll Monet due Septrn(er ""'. .. .I...l - GOVER'S MESSENGER. ew h si 'r"i V. :' 1 ..... , Cav ttallion. ban ! high. Itaded April 14. irtA. Hit hut dam I'V lira) KW; ad dam H, Cofoer-builiii- n, Ac He wa. tirrd v Meitenzer Chief. Jr , by Mei-tenn! ; i.l Chief, wre of Maud dam lennte hi I.Iiihi. ! dai lt Mambnoo Me.- MBl;r; id dam by Mambrino Chief. 41b 4am by Imn Nannleun. (th d.m bt lmtneii.atboan.br Dmmede, Mh iam Tljeer . ith dam by Daroabv 1,. Cannon. Whip; th dam by SWpp. IHiaif.n. ramcRKK N'o.r 1 M.ttjtr, 1 3 4 fr .... vr it Men:er; ad dam by . . . Mambrino Chief. ,i He tired Maud Mwnrnaer. . nh, iivh rtorUi.M,.-Ab$25 to Insure a Living Colt. 1 tilv; Rvbert II. retard i 33, trial , .Mnue tiV(,and low prtu- ' Chief ,, Me.enier Mambrino t j,,,, by Credit) AttdilUb IMoj; "'e'fa.tonet . .vocwi I'll-w.ai iireon) .vieaanaer . ;in"n Mamhrmn Chief lie U"J, 'J -- ' 1 aava omen " nckaiu llt . Jim uf Aletandrr Abdalhin (ton ... Rvtdtk't Kan ... (knid bit too Ian, tire ol letter j 17V 1. He i '"'", 1 amith .Maid .' I ' "," ' the-tat- e hit-be- l u'n nr. PRICE jyi'. s7--.i-v 'icut, pies, Black-Hoad- it MvWiola Cream smji THIS t. . fff.i ' preparation, without Inillrv rmAVf TTfAvlr- Pirn- Ins. Liver-Mole- s. s, A few applications will render the most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and Sunburn and Viola Oream 13 not a paint or to all other preparations, and as guaranteed to ctvo satisfaction. At drue- eistsor mailed for 50 cent. Prepared br O. Toledo, OHIO. Jto Stajg'i, Stanford, Ky. ForSaltnt McRoberti It is superior O. BITTNEB CO., e 3 ej m " t--3 S-ff- lf world wax reiMilttted hv bis personal directions to overseers and halill'. No trviv I ,icli,iilflititif frv lirifiiv lui itiim fore his notice. Tho minutest contract for work itKieed upon was put into writ-TaMow citijous, for example, tlie ill); ' asireenipiit with Philip Harter, the dener, found ninoni: Wasliinirton's jiers, wherein Philip hinds himself to keep sober for a vear, and to fulfill his duties on tlie place, if allovvei I 'loiir dol- -' ' hire nt Christmas, with which to he drunk four ilavs and four nights; two dollars at Raster to affect the same ptir- pose; two dollars at Whitsuntide, to be iirutiK lor two days; a tirain in tue morn-iin- r and n drink 'of uroir nt dinner, at noon. For tlie true nnd faithful performance of all these tilings, tlie parties have hereunto set their hands, this -- 3d day of April, Anno Domini, 1787. his far-whit- e. coin, hat excitetl the rrench the irrounil. man's chief surprise was that everv liarn and cabin, grove anil eleaiiii).', tielii mul ort'hiiiil, pas.ieil ilaily beneath the eye of the niiinter. All the busv life of the ne-u- HARRISON CHIEF,, J 11., ui ii Si Klmo, record t 10, wa tired by Attainder t Abdalliih, daw taid lobe by Imp llllfndr,.Vi. Mambrino Chief, the tire of the econd dam of MeivMierChief, Jr. tired the ureal Lady 1 borne a Bi. Itu iiantortnti .lint., wow in itr. .iieo , loiidon a joK.and .1 other in 1 to and heller and' alio tired the cUmi of Ouy Wilkei JUS. Haron Wilket 1 it and thedamt f 13 ther. with of 1 o and better H "" I iverv He willitand the teat, n of at Stable in 1 Mtd llobvrt t!r2or t lAW Mcr(ur . A.l. ftc 11. Major 1 tltali 17, ho in turn 1 tire of Itonnie Mr t--t bt Albert by Aijer.ae by .,re Alfred 1 mar imrettna.d ,n Vlriata li C.pi UnrbrnUe Inr Weeding, him whaxc pcdler ce UnotvIo.t; kyAmortcu. 10 dnm by Imp Monk), .1 dnm b Imp ModUt i 4am bt Into Sfcatk.' 13 dnm b) Imp t'natnaufht tnMtled H.llei.tire of tboi hor and a- l- M m vvuooraru, iktuioeie. I lit I.ionrta, t . died lately Hit git latl tea .on won (ik.oii and he ttood terond in the litt of wmnini, iri. He . at tear old and hit get w n f root 177 to iM $391, tos 30 I'atlure for in net ! )i" .. i.e. mxilh No re pott(VM,iy f ,r idept. t II s K Ilf I t c 1 J dnm dam dnm dnm dnm dim Mary Church.il 13 Alet Charebill dam b) Imp Marcmic fraud .UaKine Al lon dnm Mnajelor by Choroke Hlack eyW-wta- oain Nellie Viloy, Hub JohaMM HRKKrill.OADKIt. hot, II jr Imp Hint. io. runted in inV, rad dnm of rHno.) br . b T.er iv King Curtis, 9634. StandirJanJ RetiMcied Kulf llrother in bloo.l t 6 of i"Ho at m) tlai !e t.elwera ake the iea-'iSbe'b, I ill and Millmlycville in I in. oln iOi nty, on Ihe Danville and Hu.l Miville pike, at SIO to Insuro a Living Colt. Wtt. ill ..i.o 'JfXWWfmtfM .ttnd our Ja k vojizni Mowscrt News BY DAYLICHT , 1 3 S)P u B rjHjrwtw ro TllIM.' "Witness: liAKTI'lt, X mark. Sound and al: right Will not be allmrcd to icrre Mone due marct that are not regular breeder A SIRF.D BY MAMIIIII.VO KINO, 1179 when the colt comet, mare told or tr.uiferred lien will be held on all coltt until lJld for. Mitt lit dam Ka. Patchen bv Maml rino I'atchen, 14. Dencriptioiiand l'edi;ree -- llarrlton i4 itfiln u uu.t. tj Il.lniii.i... ..... ui H..I iiirrcl, Hand. 13 hand. J inchet in I" j . lt a ....i..i.,.v, ,,1 k Af i.jiuy, - so;. """'.'.'' 11J dam 03- bic tail and ma IlC 1 veart old thu ipnnz. tu.icruia Ilf lambrino Kilo; it pronounce.! the h.ndtomeil it bv llarrion Chief, he bv Clark Clue!. Ihe lire horie,. in .. world and 1. tie ....-,::- ' Atnv Kin; the of Thorne a 18 Hi dam Lute the dam ol sire ,, li.inkrr a JtH, I ne uamoi narritoii cniei, jr.it lliru Elvria . I.adv SIjIm.w and K.. PhlRn' bj a ton of Vt aliuri' Mambrino, he out of a mare ..,. a io;j ; tie tlie .Ire of I.eviiixton 1 94 by Aletander't Abdallih, ad dam by Mmetokc), Mumbrinr. i'aichco, tire of ihe dam of Kmi; he by old I.eimKtim; 3d dam by Shawhan 1 Tom Curat, it full b other to Lady '1 borne t mK and Hill, he bv Ikili .th damli) Dav-- Crockire of London 30 Middleion 123; ett: $th dam by Halcorit, th dam h) Weflt' .Mambrino Kate u; hat 16 in 1 10 lut, and it an .1 ure uf producing d.imi Mr W. II Wilton, of C)nthiana. Kv , okJ a King Curm w ill mak the ten.on of VH) at mv combined geldine, a full brother of Harriton Chief farm on the tsi lord ..lid M edeville pike at Jr, for li, li)". alto .old two other nt J 1,750. Mr Abe Kenaker told another combined iteldltic fur iout. to you can tec the breed of thit colt it more Live .ought alttr than any nthrr itallion a they hnng Good picture 11 i per month. it veil: not he re- - bolter price Ihnn an) other stallion. Maret kept at $ 30 per month oil Kr.itt or e o. tpontioie tor vr to prevent accident but rw.t roitoimble A W CARI'K.NTFR. C I.SANDIDOK tboHld any occur Mllledtevillc. March 17, ttSa . rt-- I'hilip. a 10J4 Chennut hone. ;!, hand., foaled iSUi, bred by John J. Curtii.ri4tr county, ky Kin rec-ir- S15 to Insure a Living Colt J!' when mare At SUVF.N DOl.I i Black John, parted with II O k Klssit.lppl Vails? Co. Alts t in. re Sea. on I i ic A-- Cl'RIlSt.ON R ! --TU.V. n.-- JLCXJ.CL ' .m w Ui. OWmlW. ilWIMiflVlrjInla. AILlIi ftCOR rTiTri-- sUmiisa clijiatz A mmw. Dirouiih t e (ASCNt ol NEW RIVIR tnlicroit lh ALLEuHtMCS and t.M CLUi niDGE. paulng WHITE S'JLPllUt SPRIIvCS aid ctler fummtr iraiorli ol lh T - ! ii? aksrica. i" .. "i"i at. - -iJ ,.. -, ntcM-kin- . Cru-tade- I SIO to Insuro a Colt. Can-take- CiEOIHlE W.XSIIIOTON. HTw THE SADDI.K STALLION. HamblvtoiiHin, i.l dam H)a Volunteer 37. id dim Cluril idjm "f Di ier Serlc J I7m, Alma Anuria J avS ( Americnn Star. 3d dim MiKimtry mart :.!n Shark J73, ) Regivtered. ol I, W A 1 V. Obtenallon Cars fmm Kanawha Falls I) Charlolln. v, .Ills DrcakUjI to Supper Irom April I.l to Decern. Ilrown colt, 13V) hand hii;h, foaled Ma) b:r fit. Sired b) ME1 Ri'l'ilLU AN 1; :NLy SOLID TRAINS ol-- PULLMAN CARS Tint dam Lidn II. by Lumber 17H0, tire of I.adv and he dam o( Mattie vilkeu 10 Lumber a in jil dam Capitala by Alctinder't Norman 13 ire 'S..nn.. asi Leslsptcn, t: of Lulu a I.l and Ma) Ijueun t ao , ,u dam .inner, inorousiiDreo. ov tvaipn, 4111 uam t'avc della, thoroughbred, b) Imp Ktlipte, 3th dam Ilrnivn Mart lliorouKlibred. by Sumpter, 'th dam l.ucv lllackburn, thorouuhbrrd. It Ilia kburn' y I Whip, 7th dam Man Ilrown thnr..', (Iii.ri-il- . Tclcinacn, Sllnlam thejinui nut-- th roui;l I red, b) Imp. Janua j Metropolitan 1371 full brother to Ktm ' by mTmTmTrle'TmT"'reTami3v a. dam of Princeton a 101. Ir iich.1 K-- te w"''T'i 1 , y 1 K)dyk'n m'v JI. ') Connects In tarn depot In Within jton Icr O C o "liKVIUIE A. WaMII.VOTOS', "Toiiias l.r.Aii." taPlmMfV.'f "; -- Look to the Caterpillar. To the fruit growers of Lincoln coun-t- . Tlie pant favorable winter has canned the pestiferous caterpillar to bebtiper-abundan- t tills sprinjr, and if thoynrenot destroyed the apple trees will be. Tin leaven of the tree are tlie luiis hv winch they u.hale carbon and other S3 O o life 'iiiiLr eleiht-ntto the tree, and B el erf when deprived of a O: c longs' they will die. the leavesuse their Do. not lire, for that always injures tho limit of tlie ttee nioie orleos, but Iiave a loiiy pole and twist tlie nest out and destroy tlie 2 O iiiM'cts by crustiint; beneath tlie foot, lie Si o S" careful to p-- t them all! Tlie ecus from 1 in") whit h the caterpillar is hatched is laved bv a Iiirj'e brownish butrerlly late in tlie o fall and (.'ciier.illy placed between two or O V et -- 1 " O moie limlis, tin' insect by instinct pro-- r, vidinjr for an offsprini.' that it will nevi When you see those larmi butter-tlie- s sailin-.- ' so leisurely by into in tlie fall, they are then seek'inj,' n place to bew cf 3 queath to man this legacy of evil, which accomplished, they then die and their S o ,X numerous iimireny come fortli in the c - isiiriiiK to devour' all the sreen leaves that appear upon the trees. And 'tis (3. J ri e 3 e S?g. a o 0 S U fJ(D w er-- JJ m. if n ? s jmmwi. t Sr CREAM L'OWPANT JK viTr b Wallace Denmark, , 1 . - JlhiMW .Ve nj Xril a rh li Mahoonv bay, i)4 K'la.eJ May 187,, hand, ruijh, heavy mane and tan, la tr ctiy li ie and Tim.). i lu.tn a natural and pleatanl addier; breed .fa- ) and when iiuielly driven in harm-. ..e.l.ke in iter He 1. hin tailstvlo on both .table me- - tu thetlurd if'iier.itnin, u backed bv llmriiUBbbr. d. on bet? ...lei., making him very naive il1 and sjiriiuli n v;ait, in form anil lini.li.i prrleit Note He wat tired by Sumpter Denmark, he bv modi weekuiiinct .v t,romweua i'i bv iiooaru t lie nniaiK, ne o hnrtc Denmark, he b) i Denmark, the ranIII lint dam wut tirtd b Sir ' Imp I'leuuefcnl Walla, e. he bv TodhunU-r'Sir Wallace he b) Sir Albert th rou;hbredj ; id dam by ireinmt, idain of Virjiniut u) 1'r.iuny, IhoroiiKlibred); tie y IPC ICICUIrilCU ,Hiltl iviupp, JU U.llll hipp mare. I ; X by old Cnnaitian Pilot. by Ihe Mor.e nur.e. Norman a lAleiaiidi-- r Nurinan .lam slot ion n.re liv Mjuiium ilonum 1 nree tired l.ulu 114., and vii gu.eu j 10 a jo performer! and hi of lilt soni have tired daughier are ihedam.ofein ihv 1 ulm lerra Alta will make tin- pre.ent Matun nt my l.umlx ri7 retord a 43, b) Eri.i.on iimIh BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, Direct route to NEW YORK. LTNUHUUKC, , niiiwii7 1 rr $1l fn lnUre - ft TjlVino UOil. 11 VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. -E- "" "" poin.a ' , . . 1.1 Tern hanoling Alta mi Ie a f ill mile I'll 1' L .0 u ith CROW. 1 XCURSION .TICKETS IN SEASON- .EASIWARD Ta.Y Dail Line . . 7 " r.t Sun 33 RINGOLD. IIY of Lve Lexington LEXINGTON.KY. St rti L-- " Denmark he b) the race hone Denmark ; hit id dam by Montgomery' Oliver, 3d dam lorn it a tineth.-tpedam b) old Dromon horie, black witn heavy tnane and Mil; 15H hand hi:;h; arid will warrant him a taddle ii.i natural iindler breeder. So" Tom Robinson of Wullac: Denmark above; tat dam ! b) Mil-le- r't MKI'ROI'OLir N, Rytd)L't Hamhletomiii i,7-So- MARVELOUS J Col A I ' a w g Set r- ID WM. ADAMS 4 & - SON, - BRdADWA., LEXINGTON, KY remarkable that the butterfly never de-- ' posits its et'L's upon any htit'n tree that puts foitli its leaves early in the sprint; DISCOVERY. such as thu wild cherry, apple tree and Only fJeniilno Hritrin of.llcinorj Trnlnlnc soj fortli. Hut this is"enouh upon the IlooUe I,enrneil ia oue rendlntf. Four WallaCC a $12.50; Tom at $10, habits and instincts of the. butterfly. I Every mini, vriindrrlnir cured. child nnd ndult srentlr lienefltted. J ACO at $13 for Jack colt and ij for Jennet. wisli to call thu attention of tlio farmers 'Jruit inducomonts to Correapondeaca Claaa, to tiie destruction of tlie caterpillar. with opinion of Dr. Win. A. Hum Stnck committ.d to my care and breedinz will opeeiajim in Minn lie moita, ino Foi'vtaixk'F. iloiiniTT. Dnnli-tbntfrott Parchof. receive my personal nttcmion.for Gra.t furnl.hcd before removal at reatonanlc rutet, 10 be paid Ortiit, J . .Hockley, D.U., editor of Paris exposition opened .aeofiiif. .Ifa, , iticiuiril rroctor, tho Chrittlan of ttock No rr.pontiliillty for accident or The tbo Hciontl.r Partlnir with ttock forfeit insurance. Momlav with :I00,000 visitorn and 110,000 ; (out. , W. IAtor, JuiIbb (Hbnnn, JuduU 1. njnnilr., in otberM, pent pott froobr i J.SI'KKLK CARPKNIKR. I exhibitor?. rof A. i.lHMIiTTK, 237 I'.ItU Ato..N. V. ' J I vToriu-iaine- a I trr-ea. MEMORY 1 by Giant, he by Imp. Palermo; Thit fine lark t.t dam by Kobinton' Sampion, he by Imp. Mammoth, ad dam by Imp ileriMiid. Jaco't i.tdam by Illack Hawk, id dam by rippecnnee. 1 hi- - i a haiidioine Jack, 4 ) cart old, 16 handi high, bla- k with rneuly none. Will terve a lew jennet The above itock will make ihe scaton of 1889 at my tiirm 34 milet from Huitonville.near Carpenter' Station, and will be permitted to terve by the insurance, 1 Dim JUKI tf., Ily lllood Chief, 7yi Sire of Fannie Robinton, a aojj. Metropolitan bv lt)tdyk'i H.inihletoiilaii; dam Hyacinth by Volunteer, iiranil-dai- n Clara, dam of Den Icr nnd Dictator, b) Seiley's American Star. Metropotilan it itcknowledged by all to In- one of thu lie. t and by many the ver) beti bred ttnlllen Victoria, told ever foaled. Hit full tuter, at the McFurrantale for 7.03V, the highett price ever paid for a brood mare .it public tale lllood Chief, by Illood't Illack Hawk; ilnm .Mill hyAra-tu- t, Duncan by Scotl't llijhlander;enind-daii- i lllood Chief tired id dam by Tiniolcou Woofey Jim a ) Itoblnton 1 ?oli nnd lllood's Illack Hawk tired llie damt Chief a t of on Armm J 19W and Almont, Jr, a J6 and the Kr.ind dam of llelle llr.nrield a aoaud Protieiic 1 3. Rinuold it a rear old bav. i.t. hands hlirh a "j Will make the icnon extremely finejinil ilylith ... tf .if .fifl.. ... .TIV ....111.. ... .....Ifcti.llM .J,,.IU1I, . ...II. Ul.llnn . 1IIIIC. w. IW( ,1, ...J a.uw..norm 01 iiuttonvilie, on the llnttonvllle and Dan- pike vile 1 ' Charlettun ' Kanawha Fall. 00 pmjti jj pinl 1 n ou am 1 ... 11 J. ami a " Moreheail ... I jo ami t " K, K Junction JS am 4 " Athlaoil m 6 J 35 " Catletiibor;.. 3 4 am 6 ' Huntington .. 4 15 am 6 " Ml Sterling " I'ntton ' Winchetler 11 . .... "i . 03 50 13 10 33 10 13 " Arr Baltimore ....'it j pm Philadelphia...., ... 3 00 am New Yok ... o jo am ' Richmond. ... 9 00 pm ' OldPolniComlor " - 30 6 38 urn 10 03 8 11 am 11 30 Clifton Forge. ... I 38 pm 6 30 Staunton . . 3 40 pm 9 15 Charlotl.ville.. ..1 s 40 pm II tu 11m Wavhinton ....1 9 40 pm 3 40 pm .. ,' pm, pml pml pm pm pin pm pm pm pm am am am o 00 pm pm pm pin pm 6 it am 8 30 am S 54 am 9 to nm 7 00 7 47 5 3 o 17 ' 1 15 pm 6 .11 pin , Returnin. Fa,t JprcH arri, j 00 pm; Mill w 50 pm and Aco.mmli.hon Q,!n,',.n.,VHe,,tofH "?"ul,or,;u'e funnodn,rF!?;'t,;rin,re,in, . ,, J. At $10 to Insure a Living; Oolt. Lien ictained on all coltt If anv mare it to another home or traded the teaton will be due. Or.it furniihed at Ji per month Care will he taken 10 prevent nc.idcntt or etenpe but no re. tpontibility kliould any occur. W. S WIOHAM, MoreUod, Ky. 1; j ffiMZ9fn$!3: -- ,1 ,,."L, ""."' r;.V'.,,"t,,n """'tSleeplii, ""i""t ot ""' f ' "-'"- Central ".t. 11 nr. ..n.ii.Mniun wiuitjui .(i.iiii.r AccnmmnJAtluti for Hill leave, X 00 pm car lo ndO.hr. Ak for Kor J D. ,,or, ticket via V. J VARRJfNGl'orNd?.,e&iv ren. ,o rate", NT lSft ! . . 'TtTr-fr.- iininiiminiiii -1 inmiwiow