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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889051701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVII. GEOltUHJO. BARNES. it would do. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY. MAY They certainly il, d889. much-shap- NO. 28 if Tho street sprinkler was ready for LONDON, KENTUCKY, while a largo attttilitiire will bo as deli- - work Monday morning, hut the morning the thought e CAPT. FRANK B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR and proved an Inspiration. Hear cite a compliment as tho lecturer can needed rain, which came Sunday even-It- ! Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. ye dwellers ly tlie water courses, ask. lug, made its appearance useless.' Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night when-thorick leaves hy the steamer that festive mosquito also abides. Wmlm-iMhts Annlil..ft Trains arc met by Polite Porters ol this Popular In this ease nouiu.K ii.wt prohibition does takes this letter. Dear Yoriek! What ll(y for Witlinctoit antl other points in House, iH L.OVC NoUlillJ1 proldl.it ami I know it. can't exactly a coiniort he has mm, and how grievous- - Ohio, to spend this summer. J. II. Ot- God C. A. BENEDICT & CO., even lor the weoK t,r8 mother is visiting ldm. Tom Dunr reason mil wny mis peuy nurgiar 01 me iy e sunn miss night w.itclus, having crawled through that Intervenes before wv shall follow 0f rineville, is here on a visit to friends Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters,' one har does not the operation him! Hw unselfishly hi has worked nnd relative. lie is well pleaded with STANFORD, KY. I'ltAISIft 'I'ltlfl bOHU, and wide tin eeomi line of definite. Hut for othois; how cheerily he has endured pincvillc and savs the place in still boom-h- e cautious and how his ing. doi'sii't. 1'eihaps, being Wells drilled to order aud Pump furnished at Mniiiki. lsi.M, Fi.v., May (i, .SU. beast, lie has a sense of being enti.ip- - presence lias been a comlaiit joy to us Did you ever know the members of factory prices. jo I received a letter ped that quite makes him lose his bead, all, I may not tell with pen and ink. a ball club that was defeated in a game, 1H. vu Intkuioii: Kentucky, making when he linds himself between two pin- - Uod Initio him in sifety to his dear but what they would give some remon from a gentleman in I some very sensible, practical impilrics, .y walls. Or why he don't crawl out, us, ones; and eniwn Ids exertions here with for the defeat? One of the members of hare secured the services ot a competent Car anil I will answer them here, for tlie ben- In 1111111? in, passes my coiuprehonsioti. the success they merit Ills house Is the Centte College cluli was asked why nagc Maker and am prepared to do any and all Absolutely Puro kinds of repairing to Uuggies, Carriages, Ac. efit f himself and others, who may wish Hut tlie creature don't. In point of fact ue.uly icady for occupation, and will bo they let thu Istkiiioii .joiiin'ai.s beat' ttorK entrusted to me will nmc m) personal su information. He asks: the sin-- llnMied in time to receive his family in tliem at Stanford last Friday and this This now tier lies er .tries A marvel of purity. pervision All work guaranteed. Prices reason vmtr turimuitnr who gets strength and vh l.nmn. More VM. DAUGHERTY. aoie. 1. How lout; does a man have to live gittin- early full on the th.iti the ordinary kinds and an not le old in was his reply: "The lur fails to make his exit, asall know. on the land ami what improvements aie You will see him vainly trying to escape. Tlie ducks have come; lo of the grounds was so high we could not get competition w th the multitude low tent, short weight, alum or phosphate powders Soli mlj in Coal 'necessary? Aus. Six month", in older Hut like tlie trapped turkey, he forgets "ootsie tootsies" that ever re- over it, not being used to it, while the cans. ROYAL MAKING POWDKR CO.. 18 16 Wall street, New York $l.'.2o per acre; or ," yours with- how he got in. So you will I! nil many warded patient mother-love- . t keep on hand n Xo t quality of Jcllico. Lily to !et it at Only one Stanford boys were." We will see how and Xut Coal in uiy yard Leave your orders at out a single continuous absence ofOmoii. marauders between the two nets vainly tgg went bad. Another hioku slioll, but that excuse holds out when the I. Js. Yard or S. S M its' store aud they will be attend. LEE IT. IITJ'F'FM.rVN, ed to promptly HIGGIXS. J. to got it for nothing. failed to btrugirle into life on Sanibel. come over here to play them. trying to beat a retreat. Stafford, Ky. SURGKON DENTIST, sand-lly- , I iih t night a wild cat dragged one of the a healthy locality? Aus. 'J. Au you in An investigation wan made here last For the only cheese cloth, a . CrnTI'CKV. Yes, think so. study, sullocatiiig investiture, wilt do. Kentucky liens oil' hei brood and only a Friday by Mr. Hormlny, of Cincinnati, LOUIS SOHLEGEL, ;j. Is there more laml near you that They have no consciences that grow trail of scattered feathers marked the as to the building and cost of water Office south side Maui, twodror above Depot St works. He thought the cheapest way tan be taken up? Ans. Sanibel has alarmed, after ollec ting a burglarious en- way she was taken oil'. Our gallant "cock that crows in the was to dam Clark's itun, which is near "TTTT - -pretty well "picked over," but try. They craw any w here, everywhere. "TSTT "TSTI ICY, KICIIMON-JJ-- N VV "D---- - "TZ3"pp then-arsome odd IDs, a few 80s ami Down your back; up your sleeve; bur- morn and wakes the niaidensall forlorn" the C. .S depot and that tlie cost would Photographs in all styles and sues. Pictures a som- - entire claims of UU), in ies desirarow to the roots of your hair; go for the has had his harem reduced to three by be somewhere between $S0.000 and SiK),. DENTIST. India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New deble portions of the island, yet to be ob- cii'icle "wherever found," and nip so fe- the coons aud othei "varmints." So 000. Water works have been discussed Office on Ltncaster street, opposite court house signs in Frames and Mats at very lots- prices. tained. I can't speak from personal rociously when they "get there" Unit you even Sanibel has its lraw backs. A good a gi eat deal of late by our peoplo untl Stanford, Ky. knowledge of their value. I have not mat vol, beyond measure, how so small a steel trap is a pressing desideratum. S. O. DAVIS, now since they know tho the views of a ' island. thing can bite so hard. I will stop writyet been on that cud of the There is but one of the "fowls that lly man who has had about .'50 years' expo- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, There is nothing "near me." Tlie neat-- i ing about them, lest they avenge them in the open firmament of heaven" that Hence, they can take them and ponder We have opened nn ice dipot oil Lancaster street lot, I miles selves at theii next visitation. MT. VKRXOX, Iv V. reminds us of Kentucky. That is tho them at their leisure. st vacancy to me is a and will keep constantly on hand a lull suppl) of away. l.ov. Steve Holcoiub, of Louisville, I'ure Lake tee that abounds on What do you do before going to bed cheerful meadow-lark- , Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. ." What Is the cost of setting out an Wu "smudge" Conts por Pound, Special attention given to diseases of children them. Tho "smudge" is our Iremitifiil island. I don't see why is drawing large crowds at tho Metiiodist In At li over quantities Never set dear to the Floridian. It is just an iron partridges wouldn't llotirNh here too. I church by his simple aud earnest talks. make engagements fie pounds Now is the time to orang- - grove? Don't know. tor the season f NfXXKLI KY & HAMPTON, one out. Tills is too far South for It is not ids learning or his eloquence, or tin pot, witli lighted chips, smoking will try and introduce them, if I can lesults witli oranges, though lam going but not bla.ing. Smoke is the jcuio a covey in Kentucky, or elsewhere, for he says lie never went to school but Ms, Shingles and Shoes For Sals, to try them. IUs of isxiks to tell about one th'iug that, nor mosiptito, nor sand-- The trend of the coast takes such asharp six months in Ins life, and half of that this "crop. The t I know, and theone lly, can endure. Nor human, cither, turn between us and Yorick that the time he played "hookey." If lie never Ten Thousand Rails atd 10,000 Poplar I moot frciptcntly consult, is "Florida when long continued. We smoke our-- sun rises out of the sea for us ami sets had been a gambler or a drunkard, and Shingles. by Helen Harcourt, published selves (411 we can't stand it a moment in it for him. The Gulf is playing in her could not tell such a startling experience H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor I hae on hand Men's, Womtn's. Misses' and E. Fruits," Children's Shoes, made hy Korwood & Co. That, ami longer. Then put the smudge away till unlet lole by Morton A: Co., Tlie glassy surface on-- ! nobody would go to hear him. We think and Mundclle, which I will Alter, the viry lowest ell at n sinter volume entitled "Home Life in tlie dallied discover that it lv gcntlv rippled here and there, and the if over there was a man in earnest lie is. Pr,'ie,, h" bought them iinu they must be No Hotel In Kentucky has a better reputation, sold My stock cumple ana who want and its proprietor is determined that it Florida," are simply invaluable to a set- is gone. That is not very long. Then waves just kissing the shore without It is certainly not for money lie is preach-- bargains ctn get them by rallini;.inoscmean busi I shall be maintained. V C. IIAILLV. Tumerssille. ness. gam tler here. we have it ill again, to drive them back lashing it; like fickle beauty caressing ing, for lie says he was a successful can be raised there? once more. Thus the running tight con-- the cheek it lias just smitten. It is in u bier, making about l,o00 a month at tlie o. What crops He ha recently udded to its appointments and No one knows yet, but I believe most of Unties till we drop our double curtains, purring mood now. Tomorrow it maj- tune of his conversion, and since then ' V A XfERS 1A"'' J. l.Xl.llLLJi.J OIWKIIICII, Ol UiC counties tlie tropical fruits will thrive on Sanibel. or, "sand-llof Marion Uovle, l.tn?.In, Garrard and Washingnight," our cheese cloths; be roaiing like a very lion, or bellowing ho had to Wash dishes at a hotel for a . tun wmiiuii auuic neiv, relating to mailers 01 in I believe Cuba tobacco will flourish here; and rejoice to listen to the angry hordes like 10,000 "Hulls of H.isheti,"a.sit breaks llVIIlg. tcrest to them in the I I"VA r"""1, ri117 Also me leaumg paper ot ami all "garden stiill" grows "by leaps of our tormentors, howling out their dis- - upon the beach in mad charges. 1JJ JJSJriday of First-Clas- s and 11. Harris bought a sow Central Kentucky, issued I Ilimii.c C. Livery Stable and bounds," as Mr. (iladstono says. each week, $ per year Send 5? cents and trv it A vv e vve mane a uiscovery yesiernay. appointment on uiv wrong sine ol ine G l)ole, llusincss Address of Wm. Mock for ?J0. Miss fur three months believe the "knowing ones" can do well fortifications for thein. To accommoda e the demands of his increased of genuine and shoats have on our shores millions Manager, Daimlle, Ky ij transient patrniage. Rest Turnouts furnished Maggie Swinehroad set a chicken lien here, growing early vegetables for NorthDo you ask me what we are going .o whitebait." We had them for supper Commercial travelers and nthers on 11 turkev eggs ami hatched out i:( ern markets. do in this straight? I have a little plan, lat night ami breakfast this morning, CO M B chicken. It. F. Fugle-- , N 0. What kind of society surrounds that, I think, is of the and if it mid am not mistaken in tne dainty del- - iturkvvaat.il MT. VERNON, KY. orderly, intelli- continues to impress ine as of divine or- - icacy. It is not a minnow, but a tiny man and C. It. Harris sold their fat iiogs you" Ans. As ipiiet, Harris This old aud gent a lot of homesteaders as one could tit'iii. t ...:n ..,..1. ,1.1.. ,..n iiiii in nit ...,i iiuiiri ii. i. iiiiii r.ni'iisiiiiiii'ii ...:i. i ....i to Tom Woods for $1.15 to J4.'J.j. Hotel is still maintain n in iiiiniiiiii i i uiuiiivi-iii.vl. !....( nun .i.... " sof0"1 bome Iel,ere nt "' 7'lls wish. Thank the liim the "skalawags" Till then, .alios! SPe , the "n.eirv month of Mae." And ev- c,""" "V" fine . " have not gained i foothold and we hope Kver in Jesus, 8; Urn. O. Hvr.NKs. ell the staid Ha.liament of the mightiest (ieorge hugleinan has a mare M wars Prop., . never will. t r empire on earth goes annually to Cireen-- : Mt Vernon, Ky. b.ought thr.-- mule colts nt M.vM..-T- he 7, What is your nearest tow u ? Can a "little plan" is this: I to eat ,, wll,tL.lmll (Umu.r, ail(l ell. I. o time and two are hvmg now-- . ,,,,,, to0,hh0n,e, if tiny, mon,el, sen- man do anything for a living while on shall, i,o,l willing, follow this letter to j ' onl A t'x"m,or ,,S I mean can he work for other !,.Ul . Wt..kll0WU Htvle. We have his land 1 ". l""e. 8tfll:i fiui , Kentucky, pretty soon. We haw exH. M ROBERTS. M. D.. "l ft men, or get into somebusincs while liv- cursion tickets, good to Juno 1st. I shall mlv t0 takw all ,..xtollll,oriZed cheese ,,m (;olt t0 N,m l :'K'"'l lor CO., STANFORD, KY. ing on tlie land? Ans. There is tlie real make ,,,,.1 .li., il iinu tlwj lnnr. iougut a mare oi iwugnman ior siou, for Stanford and beain. at ,.i,i, isctiup-iieuiji ciotll HUSTONVILL.E, KY. rub, in homesteading, here. If you have my oltl home, a lecturing tour, which Kj 0 t,c boa at low tide, when the little It. I.. lllte IS at Lexington on a OUSI- - otlice on Lancaster Street. oppoMte Havine removed to this place from Liberty, to Are still in the business and ready to do anyDr. Tniylor lias bought a few IH'SS. enough to build a rough house and will, I Iiojm-- , furnish the "sinowsof war" creatures are driven in by not argerflsh, practice his profession, calls the attention ot the lie pillll Irom pub lie to the fact that he will be ready at all hours thing in the Undertaking line. allWe have a full crops Of tobacco for keep you for six months, at least, and in this homestead light. I shall thus and they can be caught by tlie kinds and Robes stock of Cases and Caskets of C"1U J. years 7 to S cents. Weslev Eubanks found Thirty rnlh.t ottiis lite were in t0,n "r Our hearse, which is nearly $l.i) per acre to puy after that, I could soon Hud out how many friends I haw spent in Stanford and of esery description on short notice. Mr. J. If. in a few minutes. Tlie retreating wanew can be obtained unnecessary not advise any one to come, l'tinta Has- in "(lid Kentucky." I can think of no ter also leaves many thousands stranded SOllie of Ids chickens with heads eiltetl he deem it ana surgeon toAspeak ol his ability as- Green has charge of our business and will show snare ot tho patronapuysician age of the people of atan ford and vicinity isasked our goods to any one needing anything in our an, across San Carlos Hay, U only a hotel, better way than this to raise the money to be eaten by the" busy, sea birds that oil. .So a trap was set to catch the intruline. t morn- Dy mm w lien it vvas visited next empty in summer, and would be I need; ami no less burdensome a methline the beech nnd feed greedrly upon der and ing a very largo frog was caught, having soon, but that it is tlie terminus of od of appeal to tho kindness of a commu- them. anil bones in bis mouth. Bud cable to Havana. Nothing nity, that, I am convinced, will not disthe marine UCDDII. BTk We haw put the May F. up in in her feathers y4KX . to do there. St. James City i!) on l'ine appoint ine, In my present hopes. Of summer ijuiirters; taken her mast out; Cox's mother has come to live with him. Island is also a hotel ami store, nothing course some will disapprove; ami some ston.(i her rigging at l'alin Hanch; and A tlsh was caught near Frank Higney's OpeusT I, '89. which measured 9 inches from eye to more. Nothing to do there, that I know will think I am coming down from a lofty gotten her in good shape foi our k THIS preparation.without "oartl frm '"'y ' TV Mee,x l, ,$5 0o Good rains have revived the Cottage Injury,rmovesFreok- of. Tlio nearest real town, is Fort Myers to a lower one. Hut I must preaching departure. Rent from June i t Jul) t, per vseeklt so The little boat eye. Plm- iH. Liver-Mole- s. OQ is miles up the Caloosaliatchie. A de- "gang my ain gait" in this, and not re- - has Iwen a great comfort to us, coining farmers of tins section so that everyone Rud per weclk after JuIy , J5 Bunburn and pies, Blaok-Hoadwe meet is ready to buy sometliing and Cottage Kent per uesk after 'uiy t hamlet, gard the criticisms of friend or foe. lightful little fruit emliowored Tan. A few applications will render the a,i vnttv for needed supplies; bearing ask with a smile from ear to ear, "Have Single Meal 5o most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and waiting for a "boom" that may or may surely ought to Know wnai i am anoui, ight loads of lumber; tni.,.. r',,ftc wll cared for. per wcO to Bl.n,.i Ti 0 llv is or not come. Don't know what a man oj nun iiiiii:. llMrjiaH invitd tuuu u, Jr, white. Viola Oream isa not a paint naking herself generally and busily use- to cure. to setcrops of wheat here. Some Hesldes, tlie in some a,0Iiana BCt adiant.ue f the; reduced powder cover defecti, but remedy could do there, either For l'J years, when friends would ask .,) It is superior to all other preparation, and com over, OUl IUOSl Ull rates. Respectfully, A L SI'OON'AMORK, tler has to "settle" ami live on Ids claim.-Yo- me, in tlie anxiety of love, " hat would tm, tjlt. f j,0jk awy draws nigh, llllVe pllllUeil is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug I f O Address, Stanford, Ky TIlO hard wind a gOOtl could'nt hold it and have n homo become of your wife and children if you cists or mailed for 60 cents. Prepared by j)ier nmi hesitate to go from the have down btalld. and moved Ows- - "" blow inanv trees elsewhere. Kvcry niche of Sanibel soil were taken a way'."' 1 invariably answer - '..,,,,,, ofo.,r O. O. TOLEDO. OHIO. Sc CO., diligent la would have been greedily gobbled by ud, "The Loan will provide." In all that bor if Wl, t.ollj ony ,im (t we would ley's tobacco barn from pillows. W. G. For Sale at McRoberts ,V Stagg's, Stanford, Ky, tliis time, could such a homesteading time I never once asketl Him how Ho stav. Hut there is no use talking. We Dunn is p.vparing to train horses at S. ROWLAND, KY., F.Owbley's. Jesse Walters and sister, Tlie land of. would do it. I only knew He would, in )R.sr have been accomplished. K0. nll(i 80 Wl, aro reluctantly mak Dealer In Charlie. Adams and sister nnd L. G. Hub- lioint- - :, i.w annm .. lice authorities are stringent on this wV...w wnv.. And now that lie hafl . .,,, ,in l,J ,,,,, ...:...!., ... t. ....... , I . , . . . III, r. .' .1.1.. .....I di,... ti .in, nut ;.Nn, linliiv' iiiitiit Dry uoous, Notions, Hats, Caps so. I think some of ed out tlio way, clearly so clearly that point and rightly "'" M ..... a,j mv tjmt,8 will we think of '"."": Roots, Shoes, Clothing, H.iriUare, Queers-arfurnu-nour homesteaders will have to abandon I have never had a doubt tho way was l,,,,,,.. fmm h. on a serenading expedition and visited Iinwarc, Furniture and a CHICKEN . ., u iii...,i i.,.if many of our good neighbors, lillint tlio their claims on account of nothing to do His- -I accent tliis thouclit of lecturing, . ilu M I"; ' , real neighborhood witli melody , I ' In a year the 11il.,.u. to raise tlio needed funds, as an inspira for n r k frrnnrtna ' S)oou.uuoro has j)iirchaed a new double will lie over and tlio land will af- tion. And I will go to work, for a few has it i,m,m'L. vorv dear to us. Wo Cholera Cure! n - ... G"J. for goods in that line of service, just as mMy 1(m, whftt mH (.ost U8 nnu.hi T,mt seated carriage on account of his daiigh ford a support. kind of Produce taken in exchange tor. S. When is tlio best time t.go to Flor- cheerfully as I ever wont to preach the ,s ommisOM wc Bie b0 oar tho great ida? Ans. Anytime after tlio 1st of ywl , ,.,..,., , heatt of Jesus At Avondale, Ala., Filbert Hawkins, iuiii A few weeks sooner, would, i Ol, ilfvuim tins unci December. Geo. O. H.VHSF.S. Kver in Him, l.t.. .. If.. ....,1, .hi 41.XV tvlitlf, ulift Inv ... IIU IIIIII III! .iv.. "lll'V IVlllUll HIES This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and in tho old I see years of itinerant work, ordinariidly, be just as safe. others not to trespass on our lands without perasleep in bed. mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the fullof a railroad ticket familiar line, less hampered by lack of ft. What is tlie cost There have boon more chickens deest extent of the liw Signed There are said to be over :?0,000 toyour place? From $10 to f')0, as rates needful funds than over before; and u stroyed by cholera since the war than from the army ami the presi- T.J HILL. GEO D HOPPER. place of retreat when weariness or old M ll.VUC.HMAN', rise ami fall. there were men killed during the war, dent will be uiged'to issue a proclama- J.M. McKOUKIll'SJK. J ES. IIRL'CI'. ROUP McAI.ISlKR. for ago comes on, that I have never had; but vvHsMVillMAf S 10. Can you raise any kind of grass cholera euro will soon tion felieving most of them of tho S H SHANKS, Canter's chicken b It HAUGIIMAN. fslsVBTvKBBBflsVavsllism Tw llil MRS HF.NRY ISAUtsHMAN. A M FKLAND bnv? Ans. I should say yes; hut that which tho dear Loiut knew was needed. stop that. It is sold and warranted by r nuvr,1 JOHN W HOLMKS. charge. As far as I can see ahead now, I will McRoberts & Stagg. a" i" iia'ydi'n would have to bo tested by experiment-Tlit P t RHISH, d v. holmks tlio 17th; spend Bucklen's Arnica Salve. agricultural resources of Sanibel leave Sanibel on Friday, The best salsem the world for tuts, bruises, You Cannot Afford have, largely, to bo guessed at. Hut soil Sunday in ll.irtow and leavo for Kentuc.X rheum, fever orcs, tetler.chap-pesuch luxuriant wild gram-e- s ky on Monday, tho 'JOth. If I can get At th'ls season of the year to be without a (rood re. sores. ulcer,-sil- chilblains, corns and all skin erup1825. 'StvrixiSsi that produces hands, I atintn in the house, as cramps, as stud the prairio around us, ineveiy tho Hall the next Monday and Tuesday, liable diarrhoea und alt inllanim.Uum of the Horn, tions and posmwly cures piles, or no pay requircolic, durrhwM lec'28th, for my Anglo-Israguiraniced to l!"" perfect satisfaction, direction ought to bring anything that, 27th and ach and bowels ure exceedingly dangerous If not ed. It is Thousands of dollars worth of tures, you may advertise me, for those, attended to at once. Ono bottle of llei;!' Diar- or money refunded Price 5 cents per box. On Dwellings, Houm hold Furniture, Stores, Mertho climate would suit. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Kv hi kens die every year from Choi chandise, Ac , apply to tne old are tlio fairest answers I can dates. I can preach for you on Sunday, rhoea llalsam will do inon- good in cases of the These ;ra It moie fatal to chickens any other medicine on earth. Wo guarA Woman's Discovery. give to tlio above questions. I wish I tho 12llth, once, at timo and place deemed kind thanA. R. fenny, Drugcm Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. .til "theris diseases combined. Butthai. it. the is favorable, most convenient; perhaps at :i p. m. wil antee could say nothing but what ' Another wonderful discovery has been made Lightning clauses aituhed mid damages paid J.iMQvery ol ,u remeuy mat fltifi: and that too by a lady in this county. Disease whether fire ensues or not, Eupepsy. but there are certainly two .sides to interfere less witli other services, and thu nies it has been made, and to be conl.fcO H IIRl'CE, Agent. 17 upon her und for seseii will be tho best place to homesteading. This Is what you outfht to base, In fact, you fastened its clutches inccd of its efficacy oniy requires a but her vital r s to fully enjoy life thousands are she withstood its se crest tests, arc gather. must hae it And the mosquitoes and bottle is sjnengh foi tnal H and mourning because they g.m were undermined and death teemed immi1 think it will bo appropriate to .niiko searching for it daily, certainly formidable. The latter, only Is i" guar. upon Ihotm.indt of dol- nent I'or three months she coughed Im.essantly one hundred chickens. I hope find il not. Thousand by our people in the hope nnd could not leep. She bought ol us a bottle o come, now and then, in mysterious a beginning at my old home; and lars are spent annually .tmced If, after using twotoirds of ''scnd-oU.that they may attain this boon And yet It may Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption and swarms, iiLVording to their habits; of Lincoln will give me n VVe guarantee that hleclric Hitbe had by all litntK. the buyer is not thoioughlv taking the first dose that and the Tlio former, like From there I think I will go to Lan- ters, if used according to directionsDigestion use was so much relieved onwith one bottle she has which I am ignorant. ntcllnerfrrcoun. Flirvdment'"cttir n' sa'isfied with it a", a cure for Chicken and she slept all night, and persisted In. will bring you Good ii'Huctlons In our i ret ihh srerii'iiie Dyspepsia and install the poor, are "ever with us." Lying caster, Richmond, Lexington, Paris, ami oust the Demoncoiunieiid Klectric Hitters instead been miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs. Lu tic, ir 111 Intern, itlmiil tho oi:In,i rholtra. return it to the undei signed thlllirU,i lighting them, oven under a bar, so on. Haven't any programme yet. 1 Kupepsy. We diseases of User, Stomach and, iherLuii.' Thus write V. C. Ilamrick at Co , of) j !'r" inuM nmi f 'illtHlllHrviii l!il.rlH..HMOf turn awake, mil our mn;itv will be refunded. ho,i ript'n hir and all ttivi.riL . !',',, , p.! "ii'.I.V .tamp) irDHrili iiImi A. N. C. Oct a free trial bottle Tho lectures ate only '2 in number. .VilJrr... Kidneys. Sold at joe and fi per bottle by A. R Shelbj, drug store. other night, tho thought camoto urn ror by sale McRobort A' Stagg, Stanford the Penny's Uetcctlva Dur:au J.44 Arciit.Clnclr.r.jlI.O , The Lost Tribes. 2. Tlio Vanished Scop- - Penny s drugstore, "Whv not double this net and try what tin oidiimry mesh, On Hi tuolsy to liQoturo. mid Else. Way to 3&n- Crawl tliro' if single " Next of the night took L'.j cents. tre. Admission to hope to give value received, in tlu lectures; DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY, P0YAl JACKSON HOUSE. ' First-clat- s e - Hm-kim- e . ioj-t- (. 1 b'-t-- n j I I hotiio-itoadin- g liatd-diipx- ; ' POWDER f NOTICE 1 ' 1 ' - - ' blue-gras- s dur-linges- t, Attention, 5 &3 Burners. 1 11. -- 1 Stani-ord- Ik-oI- I 1 e q 'V PHOTOGRAPHER, J - I nir j ICE! ICE! ICE! a4-t- o V 7;-t- f. Is-'- st pro-freel- y, 1 In-s- THE MYERS HOUSE j 1 ' to-da- blood-sucke- r 1 1 ' 1 A P "lt y - Pool and Billiard Parlors z.J lut-td- IS 1 1 LW HOTEL. il ii-i- i i ' well-kno- ..... V "'"" 'ble. ". Sj-t- I ". ... - 0. J. T. STJTTOIT ft i, Court-ltou- se W half-bush- "... 64-t- f non-existe- oj-t- HAIiE'S WELL. June ' BKrsge ialB ) X10N Scason JWiolaCream i!l? a, 1 -sjo "'..,..,...,.,..., "" ao-t- i H " three-montli- s' sJ".H. ZEUXjTOZDnT e, BITTNER - -- ... . 1""-""""'- " AJffTEE ' ,.:i.,,i dilli-culti- ...., s- ts-- s rf nat-mont- &1-- I s , j POSTED. l.ltl.-v.- l I o 17 t d el Established FOR I3SrSTJilAlTCE s::s?izms ts - fj - Court-Hous- e )c-- rs suud-uie- 5o-cen- " TECT1VES ) , 1 v forDss-nepsl- li,,n-iiM- , a - -- tlr-rt- in "CTMMM- - rrT-""-- --- HI 'W FM pPKw "vwr y rr-r- p iy 1"W' ' I f flif 'WiSSyiSJJK r?PiiiTf5lrjjfj'r" "wpbjtSa 'UJW.ILlMaWTW miuHBaa Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky., May As Indiana man is quotcil as the the inforiiiiition that If the small IS CI1L OU of LONDON AND ALTAMONT. Stanford. Both circuit court and county court con7 7 vened nnd besides these two attractions W. F. WALTON. there was that never failing draw, n republican convention. Tho yeomanry for miles around gathered there and the crowd was tho largest for years. The JF county court, as regards business, was u A sensation has been farce, but the circuit court goes in for a Rheriffof California telegraphing to Frank- creature. term with u heavy docket. fort for a description of Dick Tnje and as- Tiik student, Hardin, murderer of The convention referred to above was BertirTfcth.it bethought he had found Old Janitor Hush, of the State College, held to select delegates to tho convenhim in the Lower California gold re- three times as old as himself, was acquit- tion nt Louisville on the 'JOth, when the gions. The lower court hasalready found ted at his examining trial on the grounds republicans will go through the formalithat Tate's sureties are n t liable fur his of self defense. Such a decision seems ty of nominating n candidate for treasurdefalcation and prominent lawyers have a mockery of justice, but Kentucky is er. Business on Mondav was good; the eaid that if he should icturii they were too used to them to be surprised nt merchants sold lots of goods; the hotels satisfied that the law was not far reachjudge or a jury will do. fed the hundreds and lastly the newsing enough to cover his case to the inflicpaper men, including the I. J. man, did Taxxek whines because he claims that a big business, thus causing the several tion of any punishment upon him. Tate had just tv well return, if this be true, he is persecuted by democratic newspa- members of tho tripod to forget their pers. Thieves raise the same row when unless he still retains enough of self-rcares at home ami wear a broad grin on face the friends and j they get caught in the meshes of tin their honest, but careworn faces. sped to dislike to t him cease to loot the treas the partv he has irretrievably wronged. law. London, the place I learned to love l he will have no cause to whine, We hope the "prominent lawyers" don't ry two years ago, when sickness kept me T1LE- know whereof they allirm, however, and there n week or more, and where as Montana has elected delegates to her that "Honest Dick" will be brought Constitutional Convention and a demo- clever a set of people live as exist on the home in handcuffs to serve many a year cratic majority of " shows up very beau- globe, is doing herself proud in the way within the walls of the penitentiary. tifully. The State that produces such a of tearing ilou n old landmarks and eye-sores and replacing in their stead mod-- ! A coitREsrosDKXT at Washington with horse as Spokane could hardly bo other em and handsome buildings for either than democratic. Judge Morrow on the ground telegraphdwelling or business purposes as the M. Swope, people ed: "The names of Col. A. Not a single bone had been thrown to case may be. (..rowing tired of herj fs propose to "7 them, ive Col. T. Z. Morrow, Col. Walter Kvans the hungry hounds of Kentucky, accordwe now - o seLL t hum. hot tor . tnnr.v ,, n,, . 1 v,,,. ... (., sleepy appearance, she seems to have . . nnd Col. John I). White are never heard ing to the last reports from Washington en-- , a spirit of town here. Those gentleman seem to have The situation is becoming painful to awakened to the times and terprise is even felt in the atmosphere, from the political them. entirely disappeared Seven or eight splendid residences have wlO horizon." The reason is clear. They ,, 1 ues been built in the last few mouths and us NEWS CONDENSED. have not a paid literary bureau, like goods. Do e ice of seein rf cm soon . many more nre miMor construction. , Itradley, Jolly, Uoodloe, Wilson and the The State Dental Association meets number of business houses have also like and their everv movement is conse- in Louisville June 111). been erected including the $14,000, three-- , quently not chronicled like those of the r A named Fordyce has & Co. Several busilatter worthies. It is simply disgusting been appointed postmaster tit Howling story brick of Faris ness enterprises have lately been put in gome of the dispatches about Green. to read uu Ke.t wiioi ami inon Mire .111 oi, ....un Illaiii St., how the great Bradley is working for his, -- W. 1 B.icou has been appointed .11. .Manager. ,IILl ,,mi to "' friends, and playing the devil generally, postmaster at Owonton and It. II. Hurst lT l?mYm .. , ... m.u wim..w on uuBut there is a great deal in knowing, at Jackson. ns a rirsire to reciprncate some of his uiu--- Michael Hope will succeed W. A. voars- n 8C,,,imm1 " ,,uvt? ' howtoworkthecorresK.mlentsando..ri This world is not tilled y kituliiessf.s. ,,UI tI,u ,ory' aml ",m'n valln,,t,-I'ugh as postmaster at Pittsburgh, Liu- Billv knows now to do it to perfection. witli such men as Col. Crooke and it is a ..", moL , relcountv. pleasure, ..... The material for Detu-- s oration, do- n. r'it5 IIUIIII'II .. .. iUVUII i ....... i The newly unpointed postmaster seems ,..,. ...III. inexpressible, to come ofin cmI1H3 " ti """ those ' " possMsod n w,w 9 n,). j Iivoreri.it the Washington Centennial, )rwt!(K.nt of tl(t. Allll.r,,ii Association to1,,nvu , U'....i.: whottis there a murmur of objection. quauiits inn. to i" h take up a gentle was nrenared after weeks af research bv ;.. O,.o! Long live me goon coionei ani . Judge is as clever a republican man. (1,rtPlW, theltev. E. C. Towne, of Cambridge ; .... ........ i:.....i i i,.i. utunpu i. ttit; iniiv the eotii nusiini . nuo iiiousaiius to i....i.... i... . college chum Depew, who nuni . i. t. Mass., an old i. i ... kiiipii " i inr fuiiiirniiir u'iti. i.ii. i iiiv iii'iit- - 3Ltr iiuii .iiiii ii best postmaster the town ever had, has j HWiurwuiy iuviiiiiiiiuuni s....K .uu ...e. got nil the glory, if there was any in the , Afomlav at Cive Citv "" ''" mmv """' "vv" ..,, i performance .thought that his friend had S. .".,.,. Court "of the rni,,.(i to step down and out, there is some con-- 1 "as neie ,..... ....s ........ sue-perfornu1 d the work gn.tuitouslyand was M , MoM ... (wi(l..,i ,..,. Scotl Clli.. solation in knowing that ho is to be wded by so elegant gentleman as the mi'ii huun nm. .. r UIV......VW. .r,-surpri sed to have him send a bill for IleMf ait '"""-' "' ""B '"" '' lie didn't pay it, $300 for his services. llf Tlll. Mllnll. jovial judge is. lion-- . ' ' ' it " " It is surprising to see what mi I,. and n owMr. Towne threatens to ie noniIlltw, "JmM DuntoI1 for CoiM ..up. ' inense amount of goods are shipped to mine to ,..e , . , . , . him for $1,300 unless. i check is at once , , vug....-- , .,,., this place. It is the distributing point for, "os s locnieu iiu.i i.uin, imforthcom ing. Depew has his millions,' ,,;,, A- t,, lo or 20 inland towns.or rather towns oil' named for Mrs. Lula iel.l, pulls with but he dislikes to give any of it up as ., ... ,. ,',., ,r enw 7f. of the 1.,- bushel cars that run in . . . is likely the railroad, and iw high as 10 ,' much ns the next one, tho' it f . nro left .lnile. Tbev are taken nwnv in Hie mine. Ills ousiness n. u.e wiioii. that b n will wish be bad attended to , ' iriiin iiuiiirwr sense of the wonl and the load is man i in Towne's claim before he gets thro' t ;!. The negro who set tire to the Bark wagons and are often hauled as far as 100 him. miles. The ox is the favorite animal for ned with engineer, tlremeji nun nrake-meHotel, Louisville, with the avowed as sure enough railroads are. I ject of roasting the inmates alive, got 18 these long trips ami six stout fellows to It is announced that Mr. E. 0, made several trips with Engineer O'Neill tor wn can lml1 Cormick, general passenger agent of the years for his fun. -- Four car loads of beer werecontisca- -' onlinary store. No reins are used on who is as gentlemanly a man as ever sat Monon Route, has leen appointed to the throttle, and enjoyed greatly the same position on the C. II. k D. road ted at Burlington, In., under the prohib- - t,'l,1. hl,t tllL'J' are nuuiaged by talking ntn to them and the drivers can make them thrilling ride in the engine. "Lula" is n ., w with n Balnrv of 510,000. The rapid rise itory law. The consignors will 8Ue r perforin their duties as well as the circus beautiful engine, with lots of brass, iiL... Di.uno kill iiu'fliivumi" ,..r .1... i...,.o.,t.. l,.,.. f Lull L'tTiiL.Lii.iiii i.n.a ti.u .uwUii,liiti,.u i. ill ti iiuv ti.v atii . , i . i . . , which is kept as shiny as a gold dollin. L. Cunt. George 1'etry, of the Shelbv i.i.iii ... int. i.i:.. i.uipi-of the American boy, who has the git-About the only complaint that can be She runs like n toji and has a whistle as possessed by Mr. Guards, died of pneumonia, contracted evidently Dealer In IC. C engines. At "voO in .v.i.i.i. u.r....o hoarse its the McCormick. He commenced his work during the visit of the Kentucky militia made of Ixmdon is the f....rf.i rim.li. 1.1 .... rev.. in ........ mvu .mhi iuim nnd pavements that nre in her limits. It me moriniiK liumin-uon the railroad ns n water boy for a sec- - nt the recent Washington centennial, l little cars are ! win and his) Margaret Kendricks. a colored wo- - is indeed a pity that so good a place, whistle cord and at the tion force. He went in to w..r1i. OI1UIIIV1 an rvwl m....ln....1 1... Dir ftyiJl i 1HJWJIH., ulin.,1.1 filled with miners on their way lo work. promotion was steady till now he is at, man residing near Hopkinsville. gaVe l"'l,l'nuu lJ .. ...... ...., ..... STANFORD, KY. .... and the "train moves on." It is pleasing 'I... .. . u.-1111; the top in his line of business, and is birth to twins, both of them girls one (L'l E.s mm... 11.1 iiviii decorum everything is well as pleasure of It. It would take to see with what recognized as one of the best passenger perfectly white and the other black. 10lt- to .McA.ianiize me ?ss.!-,?TZL,:iTi-Relatives of IM miners who were, 0,u " 8ma" Agents in the country. c killed in mi uxnlosion in the ...!..,. :.t streets and it would improve the up- ' from Washington Nevada, Mo comt-In Boss Wilson. lu'nra,1('-- ' ' the town wonderfully. kei'out 1SSS March lt have that Harrison will make the negro, ,ro..L'bt suit f!.r!sl00.(l00.,e:.inst theem..- -' et weather it is the next thing to The track which runs to the new nn impossibility for n man to walk on mine is a model ot neatness ami accura- Ever exhibited in Stanford 'Lynch, of Mississippi, first auditor of pnny. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is The High Graded .School nt Stonier-- 1 them nnd the ladies stnnd little or no cy. Kvery tie is well set and all the:! but it is highly iinproba-- i the treasury, full nnd rnmnlptP Wo call special attention to our s me length and the timbeis ar all of bonds in ' chance, Harrison's treatment of Dudley 6et advertises for bids for Me. tlVe way, the mention of ladies here the very best. The route is a continu-- j dimensions of SoOO. They cannot he By shows that he is an Migrate nnd such a mnn is not likely to recognize in nny s uu .inner p... uiu. mere ..re. ;u,.rju ot reminds ilio that IiuIon, and Ijuirel ns ous fill or cut save l,:Ui feet which is The best Casket of the kind ever invented. trestle. There is a pret- spanned bv a prominent degree the men without them. Samples of potters clnv nnd white well, are particularly blessed with who8evoti' his election would not hnve sand from Waco, .Madison county, has ty women. They are ns pretty ns "Fal"""or approved method Wh That the negro vote con's" ideal woman nnd the following been possible. analvzcd and chemists sav it will McOlary, Salesmen and Erabalmer. J. 0. made Harrison president, can not be make glass ns fine astlie imported French couplet which comes to my mind is not '3 men 14 months of constant work to It wns an immense outlay of complete. gainsayed, inappropriate to them: plate glass. e money to build this line, but the superielegant and are "The mount.iii. Tin: count of the SS4,000,000 in the slow motion of the courts is riem- Tub the huMle, or (.utility of coal which Col. Crooke is hoopt, but putting on the market will yield him reoust rated in tho Myi-- a Clark Gaines case. New York sib tieasurv showed a loss of Tlie'ff thrown nude I lr.:l, the thorlMi, II hour quicken bc.wcrn tl" ,,lck lo ,,,c t"1''' " Eiftv vear or more ago she entered suit So, lesulting the finding of some conn- more than equivalent to the exturns Tiu'' nK commended on doing the penditure. Then the vein is extraordis. New to recover land unlawfully held by the terfeit notes that had escaped the eye of last two things and even if the latter is citv of New Orleans. .Mrs. G.iines and the receivers. is greatly innarily thick and the output Father Bovle. n Catholic nriest. is " ' Htrit-'- t adherence to Dame Fashion, creased, not speaking of its unexhansti- nil of the original lawyers and judges K Hire I Mini Kun Throuch Without CJ.anKe gone the way of all flesh and there under nrrest at Releigh, X. C, for raping ll is certainly an improvement on the have organist and it has crea-- l""cseiit style. nrb few people living who were witness-- his TIIKlUGH CAK SKRV1CE. Bank Boss Taylor WiNon, who has o ''"""M" ''"'"d-been with Col. Crooke some 13 vi.trs, l es in the case, but the.'"'upreine Court of, ted great excitement. The oirense is aj Mrs. Lucy Williams, the milliner, sleep. UK Lar, Cincinnati to New ir Orlean. sires me to say to her patrons that never took me on an excursion through the United States made a final order in capital one and is not bailable. me with the mysC,nc,,1,u" .james vw K T, who her stock so complete as at mine and acquainted conveyance through I "'"(" the suit this week awarding the execu- went to Newieney, oi Lexington, meet hyfore was ,, ..,, teries therein. Our itrunswick, X. J., to Iran. ,,,u,.. j. (.., lim.. iu tl... n,.,.,.n..l consisted of a mule, a car and a cou lo nudulr lliiiTe. Slemn.r tors of Mrs. Gaines $370,000 against the n "green goo.ls man. blew the gas out city. St- I'ou, in his room on retiring uml woke up time for the ladies of London mid vicini- of miners lamps stuck in our hats, Mr. lo New Orl..u ,, M. o. Sl"'"" where nil suckers go when they die. ty to make a selection of their spring Wilson having kindly furnished me Wiik.v David Dudley Field first crosswith regalia for the occasion. The tniix , Prof. St. Llair, the aeront'iit, in at hats. Cond.nml Scl.t.lule in Kffect March ed the Atlantic in ISM in n sailing ves- - tempting to give his "leap from the which is a piece of Mr. Wilson's civil politiA great many of the "big-bu3,, .gjg. His second crossing clouds" at Houston, Texas, lost his grip cians" on the republican side of the engineering, is bectagon shaped with feel it took 25 iluvs. rtlCADODOWNsides open and in tho trip of a half itJCA.13 trr, wns in 1S30 in the fastest steamer of the " the parachute and fell IJOO feet to tho fence are attending court, including Col. two under ttie surface varies from 100 i"kaTn sol riT mile can.., o.ei.Kii.g every none in IpiNiTNinrfir oiy. Last times and it took io piece of work No :. iiO, 3, Ao, s. ro , W. O. Bradley, who is the general centre to 400 feet. It is a tine No. , J t Wa Tn G Ao, a. No. No. STATIONS. DjIIv. Daily Daily say that Mr. Dallv. tllHle l.UnJBB III ll.u Vill Ul 4 HI in, ..iiiii shot and killed his wife and then killed of attraction. The less brilliant lights mid extterienced engineers Iiilu lr... Ex. .Sun, Daily. I.lm. i.iiu Kx. Sun. "ally- Lx. Mm. Daily run in severwl hours less than himself, because she wouldti t live with swarm around him nnd hardly give him Wilson's first attempt nt the business made the .Cincinnati A'r success. Our readers, 9 7 a in 403pm 800pm j 35 .i in I.'v ,.U'illiamlown.1r.'v 640 am1 0 4pm lojsam; jjopm' 47pm 0 days. The inventors of tho double him after he gave her it loathsome dis- time to eat his meals. It is truly a great was a remarkable are too well acquainted 10 53am 5 01 pm 930pm J 13 a III: 8 30 a m 53 p in 59 a "i 7 or most of them, ease. 10 a in o9 pm 7 '4 a m 11 screw propellers say they intend to make cousins.He was the son of double first thing to be great. m .Lexington.. with coal mines for me to attempt a de- .1 .10 p in r.7 35 pin .053 pm 10 a? a ml!i.v,-34a ire 4 15 pm 7 00a m .a 38 P m io p Lou. S. R. K. ,Arr. I have been a vessel maintain a speed of 350 miles n Tho census begins June 1 next and C. Crooke, of the Altamont Coal scription, but of tho several Col. lArr. .Ilurpn .I.e. day across tho ocean nnd tho Paris ex- ends June, 18!0. Tho attorney general Co., the cleverest of coal kings, invited through Col. Crooke's takes the cake. ujJ pin S 45 pin uoiam 17 a m I.ve. ,.llurKin., r.Arr 5j:am 310pm 3 am 10 jo p m Therein fullvn mllo and a half of the j 50 pm S to inn j 16 a m has decided that the census ollfce is out.iranville ploit seems that they will do it. a5i m 5 3nm 1011pm 15 pm 9 lopm'li 30a in 11 43 a n Junction City.. side the pale of the civil service law and me to visit his town in the ...,..v of track in UIU 'darkness "i the mint) in... 8 it m 2 53 a m 3 oa ra loiojim a 05 am oopm 3 Someriet .... room for a thousand men to 3 00 pi in 105 a mi J5pm 8 30 a m m is condoling Secretary Noble is rapidly filling all the tlie I. J., and after doing Loudon all the sufficient Oalilale 50 in Tun Louisville Times ,n tlie1,1.tl,.T.. jjj.im. j 13 ? 33 pm 11 jsarn 835am' 6 40 jp m'Ar'v. Chaitaiiooga, .l.'ve o jo pm, 7 j3 a m harm I could, I accepted his invitation. jv.)r,k' l,0l,H boJ,11, room fa m Cobb, prohibition candidate for ' digs 1000 pin JJ .y,,,,,, ,,,, ,jf nK.M(,m.,h, with m L've...Cl.attinoo(5a 4 06: m man , 7 00 ....; .Arv 7 35 m . , ever worked the uioitn- - ,Knch , , The pm' 949pm Ar'v Al.all.-ooa m 103 interferred wirH State treasurer, because the most power- - Tenn., Chancery Court has been ful4 47 a m i43pmiil 45pm 1. ve... HirinlnRham,, Crooke rendered me great as with bv tho rest. Air nnd water nipis 3oopm 300pm o os pin 1301m' ..Tutcaloota. fill temperance lecturess in Kentucky peached as n result of n bitter miarrel tains Col. oj a m to do so each run through the entire mine and are opwith Attorney I. Ve (ieorgell. Peters. ..II 3 p in' 4 45 a mur v .iicriainn 10 00 in has temporarily retired from tho raging 'I Ink ftrMltulu (.eiieral he Imil fit..l. .t sistauce and has continued 11 00 a in nr 030U Urlean..Ive 'Sam 335pm 11111 "V luiiininiiii' (It'll trip, placing mo under more lasting obli- erated by a couple of immense engines llllll MJUUIll. ,. Ar'v 510am L've .Meridian stump on nccount of a littlo engagement duel and killed his man. outside. There is every conve049 pm 9 10 urn L've.... Juckton Ar'v him. Although attending to on the that nioiiev can supply nnd the " .UJf 11 as a m L ve. Vicktbur); nience nt home." Let's see, its 2J months till The supremo reporter of the Knights gations to 4 oopm ...M "J L've 4 v? Pin Monroe for a dozen men, this AlUiinont mines have all advantages to " 1003 am the election. Cobb, needn't despair ot Honor states that there are H'7,000 enough business B.V'pin Ar'v eveport L',3(K) lodges in the U. S has time and again make money and as n general thing do. members clever gentleman therefore. The good lady will be at and thnt nnd year in last the death benefits deserted nil and gone around to his hun- Mr. Wilson was exceedingly clever in- - Train No. 7, rullman llondnir lluffet Sleeping Car Cincinnati io nt work for him long befoie August. jaiUonWIle, H via K. T..V. g, O. Tree I'arlor Car. Cincinnati to Lexington. amounted to Sl.'.MO.OOO. The order also dreds of miners and helped me ndd nolnilne out the numerous things of t.,r,.ci mwl iiiiuln .v trin nleasant as well Train No. a, Mann llouiloir lluflet Sleeping Car gave $1,000 to the yellow fever sufferers. Xi Shreve.ior. to Chattanooga nnd JacWonille, Kli.., toCinciiina.i. via 1' TV 0.1 n ,t0 c,llc'nnatr, The republicans of Pulaski have reSays a Washington dispatch: "There many n name to the Intkiuok Jouiinai. s 1IH profitable, although several of the St. Loin via M. Ar (). " Jvcw Orlcim. to Ell Farmer for the legisla- is a movement on foot to put Pulaski in thousands. Were I destitute of ajtpreci-- 1 miners threatened to make us get out of nominated Train No 6, Mann llutidolr Huffet Sleoplns Can New Orleaut to Clnrlnn,.. and Free I'arlor car nnd dig n while for them. My Lexlnston to Cincinnati. ture. Eli is far from being a Moses nnd the Louisville district and push Trimble ation or were I to even attempt to forget ' our Train No. 8, Pullman llouiloir and r..(fctSletping Car Chaltanoosa tr. Pin...,.i . with them prevent- A host's fL,'elinj, for the post, thus easing up Judge and Slwpm Jack- of courtesies Col. Crooko , tllu onille to Cincinnati, via W. A. and K. T.,F1IANK lays but littlo claims to statesmanship, of scrtrt. and giving Congressman Wilson full tho thoiisnnds WOOLLKV. Tr.iv pa. a. i Ky. JOHN C.OAULT, General but thnt ho will get there goes almost swing. Wilson seems to have the grip has shown me, there would still nrieo in ' j, j, mftU Went ids way rejoicing, E. C. W. on the 8th with Finley out." my memory a feeling of gratitude na well without saying. I IITII SUPPlfEIHET.Tn,tl., iiiiiikvi IIUI" IM " hydrophobia from him. Tills mayor I may not bo true. The surest plan to (adopt and one that never fails is to cut tlio don's tnil oir just behind his ears. j tli9 wnv tl(irc j8 nbeolutely no danger of the animal having the hy- created by a dro)hohlii or of giving it to any other lll Ut' IIU 1'. 1889 white worm which nmy he fount! at the : root of n dog's tongue on the under siilo ....... HUTU , , .i i Our B. M. Visits Them and Tells Our Read ers All About It. Monday was a great lay in London. For DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. BOOTS. SHOES f HATS, CAPS, TUTTITKS, AC, two-week- s' Co to the Leader of Low Prices ovn- ! niy-thing- n e System of Low Prices Enables Us to Receive ITew GoodsDaily. 1 Best Values for the Least Money, what the tll-OS- ' tne start ana i want and that's what ire are man any oiner uouse about ridhi from r ;er Prices can bay them at. ,,(, have never traded with us call and compare the real speakin yourself th Just of our carpet-bagge- .1 THE LOUISVILLE STORE Stanford. SAIJNGI'K, ( I I -- ; .,. ,,, .... v T ,,-- .. f . .... 'v --.- "l' " fxt-liislo- ,,,,,, ,,,., . , , ,. .,,, i" ,... - - Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, " ...' ;' ..,,'',' .,.'., oh-Mej - car-load- s - J M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. ID i nR i. a i Jl$ up-and-- WEAMEK1 9 Goods I i - Furniture and Undertakers' .1 J j t 111111 in-uu- i all Paper, llordor, Ceiling Decoration anu window Sliides or 0-- 20 HTDESTKTJCTI3LE -- BTTUXkl, CASKET, 43-fo- , ;;::;:::;::i",;:S";:2',t:K'iE"ibatai"e . b-- en aA. Or-lean- tome-lliinec- u ' Cincinnati and . ' i 1 1 rie-th- Huff-e- .. "J"l.oe, A, g I - .iu ,.i, .,' . is 4 1.1111. i - . . . .Oeor-etow- n 1 4 : . 11 1 SO 1 .,..., I 1 i - 1 Ml-.- ,. 111 v...,-e- 11 11 . 111 .1 . i North-Houn- j Fin-le- y ,, ,,. "' - aBcMMl , Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! Ky., May 17 1889 Mii.k siMKKiit It. m Ziiniiu-r's- . J Fiikhii hoinvi:rown ntrnvberrli8 nt S. ' & Myers'. uvcry Tuculny, Tliurwliiy anil Siitunlny. M. K. Klkln. Fitr-s-ii n I Stanford, HbIi ilcwauton, bus. MonaRer; MEANS A BUSINESS. and iiiian new Htock of China, Glims (iut'C'imwnri) jiiht rucclvud at A. A. Wurn-n'"Model Grocery." repaired nntl Watch kh nml 1(. IViiiiy. warrnntfil. A. .luimi: John Kdmibtos Ihim been apLaniiiictii'h linrik'ti hut'il, new crop, pointed poMuniBlur at Crab Orehiird vice it Stnwr'H. jiint tm-ivi'- l J. V. JiimeH removed bvcutiMi ho was n I.ANDIir.Tll'H (illllll'll Sot'llrl fri'Hll 1111(1 nt A. It. democrat. vmiliic. in hulk or f Yiiiiv'h. Tiik entire rain fall from January 1 to The bout i1neu to bujr Iruns, patent May CI was 7.(11 inched, while the avermudkiiii-- mul toilet nrtir.cn is t A. It. age for '20 years bus been 18.02. The 1'uiiiiv'm. . . . . . Buy your book, ink, tniiietH. ; f II wax only .i' in March and .Cm in iipor, ju'iicilH mul wbool stipplicd of all A pril. Hid iroin A. u. rt'iiuy. In ordertoadverti-- e my work I will PERSONAL POINTS. make cabinet photographs for the next Miih. It. V. Wai.i.kiiIh visiting friemN 15 days at $11 per do.en, then my price will k b.iek to SI. Satisfaction guaranat I'itiexillc. Ma.i. II. A. Kvsh wins called to I.iniin teed. A. J. Harp, Stanford. villi Wednenilay. Or ii little favorite, Oracle D.irliim Mn. V. It. IIui.iikiim N Ih out again ItocheMer, hnMHctit us a beautiful plate after n week'w illnecH. of butter made from the milk of the Miw. (iAiiiiAiin Ki.kin Im viBlting Mix. Captain'x (itiernewiy cow, which jrive.x .John M. McltobertM.Jr. four pdloim of almost pure cieam n day. of MeKiniiey. tsthu ... utMi-Holii-rt- inu-kui'i- . ' FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Mat Co(5i.TEit,n colored daiiisel, pot on tear a niKlit or two 110 and felt In St. W(((), Wtuite,,7 p0Ilni,Bi A. Asaph creek, cutting a lnri- - gusli In her ', Nuiiitellcy. 'IV It W ..... Ul ilil t.i fMn, rl.iu . iilm nt li.....l nt.l (litfirl fr.ititltrt.ii. lint" filf till llit.i mm mini; iimiiiiiimi r"....i '"' w......o .x ...., . . Uoyle. it tine niliiiiiK'ior y.'liO. Wantkd LT to (cruzc on kooI Tiik whole faeo of nature wenro hap- . ... i !.(.. itrilbu mul .Irn-ni Sii'lnf.lirniiil ........ ........ ( . ... ., I v... tit' nutnir uiiirit .1in. vi'iiu'uui. riniiMfiiiiiiH.. of Robert IjiiiiI sold They were hardly Buflieient for Itoukcastle, a bunch of to Inane llerrin. at week. vearling heifers SI'-the needH, but they will do for the '. Kill Dllllon sold to Crei-B- , of cut. . a alr of aged mare mules for Ax exjierienceil miller anil carder, Mr. S:500. M.initr.fiti1 C.'inr Tlut iilii.iimiififiiit V. Howell, of Kiumaii, Kas., has the Woolen Kactory hero and died nt Council Itlull', la. Hu belonged to Winters, of California, and was valwill Btart up the, machinery next Mon- ued at day. Custom com grinding and wool hxile won the liroolclvu Handicap, canlinir will bo nromntlv done ami tin Prince Itoyal two lengths ami Terra Cot li'utlw behind. Time 2:07J, linn oilers Hn services to the public in distance miles, another column. M F Kk, f,tllt f A.Camlnisch Car-Hi,nul a lot of fatcowsat IoitTUM:.-.,, of A. Vf. J. M. Miirtiii m I ' i ....... PRICES ALWAYS HEASOITABLE. 1 1 11 a . . r Y ...,. ' pri-B- - Hock-castl- - pnr-chiuK- -d 1 This is tlic season for Canned Goods, and you can And no where else a better selected stock than at aci-nts- ; ki Mr. ' Mibb Jknmk Hiiiii, giicst of Minn Millie Ilibb. Man. It. Iti'iiNirrr, of Winoliuhtur, is visiting Mm. J. 1', DuvIb. ItKV. vmi Mn- -. .Ion n M. Hiti'ci: aro the iMictsof Mrn. W. T. Tyrcci. .. Mn. It. C. Waiiukn attended the burial of .lutlgi MeKee at Fnmkforl. Mum. John l. IUti. of l.owiport, Meter of Mi. A. F. Keliind in bur of (ieoru'etown, MlB Itu iir.i. Ai.i.i-o- n, with her Mlnter. MrB. Stephen Hiireh. is Mih l.nv lli:.i.i:v, of the Millinlp"-villi- iitiubborluxHl, is vtfitinir friemlB here. Mu. J won II iikmiv, of bunion, wiib in town yesterday, mi bin way to Taint Lick. Itoincirr McAi.iktkii went to 1nilcville Weilnewhiy to bilnr honi" Little Martha who Ih Hick. Mil. V. It. Km. mi ami her pretty diuiL'hter, MIbh Letii, are "viieM of Mr. ami Mi. A. M. IVIand. iv. MiiwM.y Hiii.m, Annir MeKinney and Annie Alcorn an' vIoltliiK MIbb Jennie MeKinney, near MeKinney. Mux. II. II.SriTH.of Millftpburv, who li.ixhcen the v'lutht of her aunt, Mm. Morris Kviiiih, for never! weeks, ri'turn-e- l Imlne WiMlnesdHV. Itolir.iiT S. Lvti.k Matted to IlnrpT. Kan., yeBtenlay morniuK in reHiHinco to a t"lcj:miii that bin mother, MrH. Jude I. vile, wax datn.'eiouily ill. MilW. II. Hkioi.nx lofl Tuenday to of the attend the (temiral CumlH-rlauI'rebyteri-u- i church at KaiiHimCity, to which he ix a delegate. Yxtkuimy'h biuisville Coiiiiiietcial onMiuiiN WaxhiiiL'ton dlxiMtelieH that Cien. W. J. Ijindram Ih dead sure lie in a mighty Hk''iiey for the iM'tit-iowould till the otllce u'ixmI man and CITY AND VICINITY. Pi.. nts of all kinds for sale by 0. Newland. ! Twenty tlounclngs. new patterns hemstitched Severance A Son. Fiirirs ami confectloneriex better and cheaper at it. Ziinnier's than any other " house in town. Nuw gootls by the thoiixamls just received, which will Ik; sold atastonisliing-llow tlgurvx at the btnisville Store. A i..WYi:iiam! an "fell out and tit" in our otllce Monday, but they were parted before any damage was done furtbur than a few scratches. gentlemen ging almost, a nr. nlrendv feel i ii l the nulse of the Peo ple e.ith the hope of oeing elected to half-doze- Winixthc olllee of legislator goes beg- the Constitutional Convention. 9 Tin: editor ot this paper is 11 miserable old cripple and gray Iniirs are fast taking the place of bis former raven kicks, but the girls continue to remember him and hois happy, notwithstanding. One of the piettlest in the county neiit him a bouiiuet ycMenlay. the beauty of which is only rivaled by her own bright face. Sombtimi: ago a petition was presented to the county com t for the opening of a county road in tlie Hold..ui's mill neighborhood and viewers were appointed. The scheme met with so much opposi tion that when tlie case came up for ll mil action before Jude Vurnon Tuesday none of the advocates appeared though the town was full of opp xers, and the petition was denied. . Tub Harbourvtlle News says that He1-ki.iW. Hall, of Harlan C. II., who shot and killed James I'iclds iuthntto.vn and is now in jail at .Stanford, has had an ambition to murder some one for years and now that he lias gratilletl that ambition the next Circuit Court there should do society a favor by returning a verdict of 'guilty" against liltn and have tho sheriir hang him till ho is dead. Tiik question whether or not John Now land got pay for working convicts while ho was marshal, seems to be settled that ho did not. When lie took a contract for any job or put in time at manual labor ho was paid for it as any other man. In an article objecting to paying nn extia man to do what one ought to do, we had no intention to reflect on Tim Mcrshon. Ho makes a good olliccr, but tho question is can Staniord allord to employ two men in tlie present state of her liuances and in these days of alleged freedom from lawlessness? li received information that there awaits in 0tu.r parties At the auction of yearlings at New Scotland for those who caul ' prove tlieir rights as heirs of a certain Voik the Kliiiyiidorf lot fetched an aver-i!l all age of ?li.. lle Mckiti7.il, who came from there to ,,7,,, i,1I1(,i., 4.1- -. .McOratliiana, Amherst C. H., Va., perhaps 150 years Olorious rains have fallen all over ago. A son ot the old gentleman, Alex the State ami the ashes of mourning that ander by name, settled in Kentucky pervaded 1. our exchanges last week have ... i... ..!! .. ..: 1.:.. uiuh . nt- . iu mi: . uu lit iu. . ... IfMl v.itiru .iivfi mill nf lilu if rtl tiil.i.ln 1. f..(i 1111 " '" " great drink lor drv ground. water Mr. Martin married one and Mr. Itcu Iiutxvillu Times. Capt. K. T. Itochester has bought to lien Williams another. They are unable to ascertain the name of Alex McKin- - ,l!!te 4:t,0j(.) ,J"1h.,:1',of .tl,e ew ,croI w neat to ne delivered at me Miuiiorii 7.ie's father ami if any person in this secHoller Mills at 70 to 75 cents, most of it tion or Virginia can give them the in- at the latter tigure. Hu will make no W. L. Diiinin, who made a food race formation it will be thankfully received. further engagements at present as he for the democratic nomination for hlier!! only started out to liny iO.ixxj uusliels. three years ao, in in the rinu auaiu and Ilito. HuiNW. As will he seen by his Heron, Lol. Jim lniests bay colt, say ho is coin;: to get there this time. letter, Hro. Barnes has decided on a new which he valued at $12,500, got loose in IIo in a K'ood democrat ami a deserving departure ami is coming to Kentucky to a car coming from Nashville and began kicking ami plunging about, so badly piutlemau. lecture in order to enable him to pay for wrenching his hack and cutting himself Tiik Information ix conveyed to us his and his children's homesteads on that he was thought to be ruined, but he is not as badly hurt as at first thought. tliroimh a fiiend at I'wiwlln (ireeu that Sanibel Island. This will surprise ma Spokane 'deiuoiiM rated again Tucs- ny people, but the good evangelist won't ilnvtlint In. Is I'i'iii-tfiMr. It. II. Crow, formerly of this coun... . . . . ... . ..Knott'u. Himorinr .. care for that, if they ...in miii urn .,.!.by winning tlie dark .takes from' Iiini mu to ty, is rejoicing in the advent of a boy, and that the little fellow ami bear him. He will preach, as will nt easi. r than lie did the Werny. I lie own u,...n ..I Hu. rYiiirt.Hiiiw.. linn. Sim. In v IT of till-- ll'lf gcldillg had ll.lVe better I1C his mother me doing well. .,.,.,'. !t r. m., and on the Monday ami cepted some of the fabulous oilers made Mil nt . )im n(J ((t WIlt me ,R, wI, Ilv a eliange in the cliedulu on the Tuesday nights following will deliver lux WM1 ,m valneles.s for a racer as he is K. (.'., the iiiiMxi train now tlexut at 7 lectures at the Opera-lloiN- e on the for any other purpoxe but a draft horse. a. )i., nml retunix at A: 15 i. M. It is sta- "Ust Tribes of Israel." AdmUsioii 25 ' '" reiiiarkiible tliat the same positions authority that the fat cents. He will go from hen- - u Lancas-- , were .maintained in, tlie Clark stakes as. ted on tirst-clas- s ,)jrbV ,,v N,m. hntljif g will not be put on from herv at all ter, ltichmond and to most of the ken- - kan, I'rocto'r Knott and Once Again, IN fRESERVES, train PICKLES, FRUITS, CANNED GOODS, this summer, as it pived a loosing veu-- 1 lucky towns in which he has preached. Come-to-Tabeing the only other con- testnnt. Distance lj miles, time 2: 12A on turo last. . . Mn. W. II. Mn.i.Kit says the Stanford a ninthly track. Skviihm. of the Howliuiil ooys played a A: Crab Orchard turnpike directors have HUST0NVILLE. prank ou Toimuy IVmII Wednesday night no intention of building the change of liy taking the keys out of his store door, The report from Mr. Cowan this Main and Somerset Streets. route they propose ami have no authoriP. wbeiehehad left them, and making ty to do so if they did Their object he morning is "no better." No special imthat gentleman guard his store the night -- ays is simply to thwart him 111 the provement amoiiL' the other invalids. We arrival of long. Mr. tall whs a very mad man bllildillL' of bis flit olf mill lit intlMlllx to tin. Imm are rciniciui! over thesnltun onrtli ..vi,...t..il ruin 'Pin. ,,.... ,.. . ,ilt(,r . when he found out a job had bwti put ia r,.SI)0d'ing clieerily and vegetation is up on him. ..t cm flecking it in holidav attire. us to copy Oh. 510 of the Acts The pronuclei! imeting, which be- Uiixm.itY rowi.i:K M eoiignituiatiiig iroin which nicy anecl to Deiieve iney ' ,,.,,. ,.0!rel neonle about tlie hlm-e- lf that it is better to iw bom lucky have the nglit to ebango the location. It time of the emancipation proclamation, than rich. He was prevented from go- is as follows: "j 1. The board is hereby about the only active industry prosecut-- I ing out ou his regular engine on the day authorized to change the location anil ed by the race, is still holding its sessions itiiri liol -. IN- 01 ine collision ou me iroin aim uie rouie of the turnpike Trustees of schools who have not llruiiiau who went in his place got killed ford to Crab Orchard for the distance of gent in their census report had better at Inxtead of him. Mr. Fowler tolls us! about one mile; which change of loca-- 1 tend to it at once. I am hound to report month. TIiom who that in tlie lust few weeks 14 engines tion will be from the town limits of hv the end of the their registers must have not returned have Im'cii wrecked on the Cincinnati Stanford to the house of Franklin Ows- - look alter them. Southern. some of tlieiii ruined other ley, provided the president and direTlie closing exercises of Christian ctor of said board shall loeato the route College will begin 011 Monday night, 27th than for junk purjKixex. of the contemplated change on the most inst. Preparations for the next session llan k Maciiinb. In order to meet practical ground to avoid the proximity are being made anil the institution prom new and the large and increasing demand for to the railroad." Mr. Miller claims that ises to resume operations under vigorous auspices has brick here, Mr. W. F. Itim-e- y Miss Me IOgan has gone to Cincin they are not authorized to make the and is now plating a brick ma- change from any point except from the nati to replenish her stock of millinery. chine in his yards in the west of town town limits, which at the time of the Hugh Manning Is here, looking well in to his his college uniform, on a capable of making :'.0,(KK) brick a day by passage of tlie act was only a thin! of a aunt, Mrs. J. D. Carpenter. visitP. Oreen J. steam anil 20,000 by bor-- e power, lie mile from the court-housnow drives the hest horses in the region; ...Ill !.....!.. " hut, in the nhxeiice of children, the horse "" : "::" . tcilli it ;Miili.ltil fi, lit ;." has always been his favorite weakness. Hi llie iw,vv MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. III.IKt jOO.WU III IlilOIUUIl A partv of voting folks go to l.iheity made by the old process. There already Louisa Lehrman, a widow of three- ' next Saturday on a tlshing (?) excurs more energy mid enterprise to tlie sion. score years and ten, has just sued SamuMr. Oreen, who has been for so maCOLORS AND "fpiare inch in Mr. Itainsey than any el Cunningham for breach of 11romi.se at ny vears the most zealous ami man in town, notwithstanding lie has man in tlieState, has (ialeiin, III. She wants $10,XX.) damages. cing Sunday-schoo- l been a liopelesxciipple since early youth. bisi-liarganil the community week Phil Harvey and Sallie thrown With a pair of good legs it would be im by the announcement a Henderson, of Oakland, 15 ami 10 years into he ferment next Sunday resign his will on that possible to I10I1I bim down at all. respectively, ran OIF and got married. position as superintendent of the school. Skiitbd. Jim Piatt, Wes Martin ami That night Sallie got mad with her We are willing to admit ami rejoice in youthful husband and left him, swear- the many virtues he possesses, but have Jim Cnibtree were arrested by Shi-rill- ' of "resignano desire Unit he add for damaging the property at ing she would never return and she tion" to the number. that is understood Newlnnil It ami brought bore hasn't yet. Neal's sehool-hou-j that a lively and sincere petition to Mr. ; CJ. to reconsider is in circulation and for trial yesterday. It seems that out of DEATH'S DOINGS. will be presented next Sunday. A full pure devclinent tNo fellow, Piatt, last -- W. II. Chatlield, 01 Chat Held & ' attendance of the congregation is re-- I Sunday kicked over the stove, broke quested. out several window lights and did other Woods, paper dealers in Ciiieinnati, The Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association. j damage. When brought into court he dropped dead Monday in New York. ,To the Kditor Intcriorjoum.il ) Tiik directors of the Iloyle it Linconfessed his crime and exhonemted the CitAii OitciiAitn, May 10. The busiother bovs. The judge promptly lined coln turnpike passed highly eulogistic ness of the Association proves o be much Is Receiving His him $10, and tlie fellow ollered to pay resolutions on the death of their late larger than I expected and will not bo able to get through in time to deliver re- , stating that this was all the money president, It. W. Oivens. -l- tufus C. Itywater, an old and re- - port in person m i r. i. lie had. It was refused and Piatt, not 1 OU .S.SCCIIUIUll llll'l 111 llll- - 1. II MM. Ul wishing to go to jail, picked his chances spcetcd citizen of the It. alnut tlat neigh-- 1 c 0 Springs Hotel at .MO ami was Goods Warranted and a Perfect flt Guaranteed, Give him a Trial and lit out. He works on Smith I.augh-- ' ' horhood, died yesterday morning of nu- - called' to"order by President W. s. John-man'- s farm and is a native of Dogwood , nierous infirmities connected with his son, of Henderson. Dr. Hunt, of the Mr. Hvwater moved to ".iPtist uiurcii, neing present, was can Wnviii eountv. where lie is said to have advanced iil-c-. ed upon to open the meeting with pray this county from Virginia some eight er. a ino-- t unsavory leputation. years ago and has made a most excellent Roll was called by the secretary and 20 Watiui Woiiks. The question of sup- citizen. He was a member of tho Meth- members answered' to their names. plying Stanford and Rowland with wa- odist church ami had done a great deal Tlie first session was devoted to receivter from the Logan's Fort Spring has to further that cause. His funeral will ing reports of ollicers and committees. Dr. Carpenter, of Stanford, was prebeen investigated nml found to be per- be preached at il o'clock this morning by If you buy a McCORMACK REAPER or MOWER you are certain sented as a delegate from the Kentucky fectly feasible. The water would run Dr. Morris Hvans ami his remains will State Medical Society, advocating conceit to get one of the best Machines made. down itself to the llrst stories of the he laid to rest in Rullalo cemetary at Ii of action with the Pliiinnaceutical AssoIf you bub a McOormack Machine you can depend on getting rehouses on Main street, but by building a v. m., if Ids son who is in Virginia ar- ciation in amending the present pharmacy law making it applicable to the entire pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of the ri.,.rVoir on the hill opposite the spring rives. State. Hisspeec'i was appreciated ny most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or and forcing the water to it with an entho Association, as it needs all the in- CHURCH AFFAIRS. gine or hydraulic ram, the pressure tluence possible to get tins legislation Mower; no mistake about it. j would be sutlicient to throw It to the will be through. The next Rantist Convention The McOormack Machine Co. hava always been in the lead of The evening session was devoted to top of the highest house in town. It is at Fort Worth Texas in May, 1800. reading reports of delegates and special their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with estimated that it will co.it 57,500 to put Dr. Hvans says that "Children's committees. they have a line of Ma-- I j their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mower3 the thing in shape with a main to both Day" will bo obscrven at McKendreo Tho new members received during tlie two sessions aro 44, making tin total 400. chines second to none. towns. Of this amount prrtics have next Sunday. Counagreed to take i'J,'iQQ in stock and By all boforo you mako Tlie next meeting; of the Kentucky With members, reporters ami exhibitors tho hotel register shows 5:1 people. Mr. Miller proposes to ask at the next State Association will meet in the new King is giving us cilman for s attention and your meeting of tho council that the city sub- S'Jo.OOO Baptist chinch at Maysville, is feeding us in good style, ami every inGEO. dication is that we shall have a decidedscribe a like amount to the capital stock, Juno 20th. ly meeting. Will hold till Fribonds to bo issued to raise tho money. It is telegraphed from Richmond, daypleasant W. 11. Mi RoitEiiTs, i. ii. It is stated that the L. iV. N., which has Va., that 10,000 people witnessed the Sec'v. K. P. A. to send an engine to tho spring daily for immersion of 120 negroes in James River water for its employes at Rowland, will last Sunday. pay enough rental almost to run the Tho Southern Baptist Convention We li.ive purcluicJ the Stttnfjfd Woolen unit works. Persons competent to estimate declared straight out for the prohibition KURT'S SPECIFIC cure, all Mood diwac, nch aiScrofuls, Ulcer, lunple. UlctraUd Throat, and first-il.Mill ami lilted it with nc White Swelling, Syphilitic dntcimei in ill Hi iagt's, Xccronit, .Vc. Price $1 per dottle. think that the stock will pay a dividend of the liquor tratlic ami opposed license Gnu machinery und will begin on t 11 A VIS' 1UON II 111 KRS ii the most to take ul all the Iron tunic.. It curet Uytpeptia, of ii.") per cent, ami jw for tho security in any and all of its forms through appetite, enricln May 18th, 1889, it elves a keenyciii. Price $i perthe Moou, rujulatei the liver and impart new tnu';v to the nuncio Lottie. und ncfvoui against fire tho works would bo almost which men buy the right to destroy hu(iAl'MI'PS WORM SYKl'l in made of the hct worm killers and expeller known to the medincalculable. The council would like to man hope nml happiness and blight hu- To ilu custom grinding and carding Ourat Mr. ical profctmon and therefore recommend itwlf. It ii pleasant to take, safe und reliable, t'rwc 75 the HiihcII Ii4hal over 0 ear' experience hnvo an expression of tho tax payers on man souls as an olli'iiae against public-moral- s liuu.e and hu hm acquired thurouch kliowl-eily- i- per bottle. GATI.1FPS MAGNETIC I'lLLS fur all l.iver Complaint, Impaired Dufestbn, tk Headache, nf Mil the hranchev In addition there will I'me s .ent per lio. the subject by the 0th of June and the and n sin against God. The good bean to asit him in carding. Give u a Ac. Acts ,u cathartic. sale to the trade by the Manufactured and Icr paid Tlie columns of this paper are open for a Baptist brother will continue to keep iri.l. com. highest marketUCWKLi. H for good 1'. CO.. while Stanford, Ky. 8 DRUG CO., discussion of the question. his bottle all tho same. w i .,, .. ur M), a.,flir)l 1(t at "J.87L ,, TO1 of T. R. WALTONTS. Of Best Varieties. '!""'" 1 ' ttt-ri- in -- Seed Sweet Potatoes, GAlttDEN SKESDS Sea Shells for Graves, Walks, &e. r 10j-pou- j Beautiful Flowep Pots. UUm i. j ' i n Mil k T. R. WALTOIT, J. Burton, Clerk. 1 ,,., ... 1 ,,, .. clothing; ' c PANTS AND SUITS. SUMMER COATS ALL ' pur-cIiiim- hI ' ,' e. 5 VESTS, fai PRICES. self-sacri- Ut ' Bruce & IVlcRoberts Ho Co MUFJLUY, e MERCHANT TAILOR SUMMER j SPRING AND GOODS! le j Long and the Short of It. first-clas- moans, seo those Machines the coming harvest. selection I. WEAKEN, Ajjt. I NOTICE. The Great Remedies us Saturday, WILLIAMSBURG Willisuiisburg, Ky. W; M ijfBBMKtt JfTtTi t !IMMf7 r 'Y "" KMlMHHHAftil. "MfcfcMi , ft wrTHPtWArTT 4. . I t"' r''v'r! Thero wan n fall of 10 Inches, of HOUSE, miowln Dakota Tuesday, which, it is LIBERTY, KY., claimed will provo beneficial to tho Htankoiiu, Ky., May H, 1881) wheat crop. F. W. WARRINNER-PROP'R- . It Ih said that n person weighs two I have le.ned the above Hotel and Intend run- pounds less at thu top of tho great Killel , nine It in In every particular. So- Says n Scotch clergyman: An elder Tower at l'aris than at tho liottom, ow- ciaiaiicuuoii to commercial men, wnHn'mlinKnml eoiniiiciitliiK upon tlio ing to tho difference of atmospheric Psalm, nnil tho book IwIiik rtnttd WOOD In thu old style, whim ho cmnu to verso Castleton, Vt., hna tho only Blatojieii l!l ho read: "Keep tliy toiiKuo from evil cil mill in thu United States. Tlio dally nnil tliy ll)s from speaking Ktillc." llo production is .'50,000. Ono man can shar-jHi- ii I rvml It "miiivnkiiiK Kirk" ami then re8,000 pencils daily on his omory marked liy Way of exposition: "it Ih wheel. 5ij l'n u r tli Avenue, evident from iIm passao that Scripture A three-tolioat, in which Captain (Iocs not absolutely forWd - kissing but, Joshua Slocum, with his wife and two uh In ClirlHtlnnity everything is to bo children, left I'arauagita, Hra7.il, on Juno ilono decently and in order, wo nro hero 21 last, nrrlved at.StaUin Island last week WALLACE E. VARNON, cnenttratfcd l.y tlio passajjo to chooso after a voyage of over 7,000 miles. Attornoy at Iin,w, mi her those KirlH tlmt take it quietly It Is Htatetl that tho L. A N. will and not tliosu tlmt squeak under thu op. Boon commencu tho building of Kontucky. their Stanford, i) ration." road from Cumlierland Gap ton connecWill practice in all thu courta of thU nnil tion with tho Norfolk A Western Itail; In ofnpiil Tlio American Cultivator huvb: "It road at Ilig Stone Gap, Vn., previously OfTiceovrr and the courtStnxit'a ilni; atore McKohcrta (4 Ih not likuly that civilisation loi.es n hy tho extinction of thu bullalo. mentioned. MILLS. The Interstate Coinmercu Com mis- STANFORD ROLLER All that Is Kood of tlio animal for civilsion decides that if separate ears are All pertont wiihinc a pleatant life and well ized iiiiiii Ih found in crossing it with made ihi'm pleard , provided for colored passengers travel- Stanfordwife let Mill ue i'alciil It Flourjoururo-cery-at Call for at Itotlir rattle. Its meat Ih better than and if they have not Rot it on hind, urge tickets the cars thus set them to keep it, or vet an order from them nud tlmt of the bullalo and it rarramt Ih ing on Eel it at the Mill and will Kii.iruntee a ple4niit lnrT. Thu robe of a crow bred butr.ilo apart must lie eipial In comforts, and equipments with Uio-h-; andintcrcitilii; laimly I'OTTS, Superintendent Ih iiioiu valuable thnu V N. o that of tlio wild animal, Ih'iiiiimo its fur in distributed provided for white passengers. A hrakemau caught under a t evenly instead of being bunched In it ! lire box in a wreck near Denver, fulled SAW MILL FOR SALE heap at thu mane. As tho hidu of a f of A.1h Iiiml unit Stcxikeim bred buiralo is worth J7.'i, it is well another brakeman and while bis liody was roasting from the beat of worthy of being wntl for that alone." Ai I detireto leave Kentucky I willncll at ureal the engine, dictated his will, leaving tacrifice a aaw nulla complete with 30 hore hoilcia and tohorie cnginct, a aaw worka. oa "No, William," she ulil wildly, with n 115,000 to his two brothers in San Fran- on fliorae wanna btirkboaru, pring wug j and harnraa 3 yokea of cattle, J mulei, liorc. sidelong Kh.iice to nolo tho ellcct of her cisco. He gave iustriictious regarding grin mill complete, and my farm of j6o acrct ol words, "I cannot tie your wife. You bis funeral, offered a prayer and died. well tnuherrd. Will tell privately nob land MAKT SMITH, smoke and yon sometimes drink. I have Maywixxl, Ky l The Pride or Woman. registered a vow not to mnrrynman who A clear carly and transparent kin it alwayt h ban either of the vices." ilgnof pure "All right, Maria," was the humble dark, Rreaiy,blood, and all periona troubled with lvery, geed and gale Stable, )cllciw or lilotclicd akin can rel reply. "And now will you please ask that tlirlr blood it nut of order A few tlmci your younger ulster I.ula to come dow n of llr(K' lllood Purifier ft Mood Maker will I be rautt and the akin will become clear ami stairs a moment? .She mid, when she traninarrnt 'I ry It, and If aatufacisin U not given Hissed me ,mt night, that she it will cn.t j mi nothing. It ia fully warmnlitl A. K. IVnn Ug(ll would Kindly have me if you refused." Semi-Weekly Interior Journal THE NAPIER eo-a- prcs-Hur- e. WALLA6 Mon'a Outfitter 1 n Louisville, Kentucky. --- --- any-tlii- first-clas- s accoiu-modatio- I red-ho- one-hal- - 1 1 1 wait-o- n jS-l- n-- noi ginnl-by- e Opal Ih worth $IJ"i to 10 per carat. Cat's eye Ih worth jfl.'i to fVI a canit. Oriental ruby is worth SUM per carat. i worth $. to ier carat. A 'In nd is woith f0 to J 150 a carat. A Km-eni- ld sapphire- - is worth i() to $150 a carat. The gnitt nilauthus trees in the White House grounds Iuu.iImi'H cut down by order of the Vnhingtou Uianl of health', HARRY A. EVANS, LOUISVIIiLB, KBNTUOKV. tbev Ixlng regarded ns unhcalthfol. ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, They were hiniight from Chicago by THE LARGEST AND FINEST STANrOKI), KV Commodore Wilkes .VI years ago, when they wen mere sapling. Engineering1 and Surveying in HOTEL IN THE CITY. all branches. Since the purchase of Alaska it can ls said of the United States what has RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDliecii said of Knglaud--lhFARM SALE! the sun nevING TO ROOMS. er wt on her domain. At sunset in fnAcrra, tilualed nn thu Stanford and Crali litlunl iike, near Walnut Mat Knr iurticnl.ir Alaska the next morning's sun is an II t IIVWAMtltS, addrr r C'rh Hi. Imr.l, Ky. hour biuh in Maine TIIKKISII.V RUSSIAN IIATIIS IN IKIIM. W. H. JACKSON A CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV, Rood turnotiti and aaddle hortei alwny lor hire & Iindon la the inot inmen-len- t on reatonahle termi the point on the railroad to teach place Maniifaclurertof Kine Saddlca and llirne, in of the ytate in cvrrr tlyle and finltli known to the trade Race in the mountain and IrolunK Kiuiunent a No ii Ka.l Main Mteet, LKXINOTON, Ky -- H. B. WILSON, With- THOMPSON BOYD 111 ar-ti- y TOE GALT TIOUSK, al FOR I row "l1 , 11 tlieyainiOkiiviHniiiiuiiMna-- M .,.' J""j'vi-- " ii niuppwi.iiij)r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, SUPPLEMENT. A. C. SINK. KYM MAY 17, 1889. J N. MENEKEK. Wii.mw Gkovk. A horso ridden by Dealers In- Jolin Kelloy tin other day fell and rolled over on in, fearfully bruising his leg, hut fortunately not breaking It. An old lady in this neighborhood, wIiohu word SIiIiikIcs, EtcM was never douhted, says she has n shepAWTD herd dog that acta as general superinMouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, containing tendent In her poultry-yar!!00 or 100 chickens, and when the dog AXTD llnds one uilh tho gapes or any other diOedar and Locust Posts. sease whirh chickens are heir to, hu We will carry a full stock of everything found in a Lumber Van). cakihes it and takes it direet A. C. SINE, HuUncvi Mnnajer. to her for "medical treatment." His is shown in a thousand other ways daily, hut this is only a sample of 'Hob's' intelligence. There are lino horses in this neighborhood "worlds without end." In sight of this place is the training stable of Abu V. Smith, in which there are ZDTTG-a-ISa number that can go in 2:40 and better, among them QuniiucS.and Mattie II., to both of which Geneva S., 2:1I), is a full DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, sister. Tho trainer, Charles V. Uogers, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. knows his business. It. Gentry & .Son of them t lie get Physician prescriptions accurate! compounded. luvu about 40, every one of the famous Gambettn; only 10, howeviV,Hall wejtt JUL, j. er, in training. A. K. Hundley has a iiumlerof good ones, among them one Second THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, ofspecial mention, h Jewel lllly, the best saddle animal in tho CLICKS. JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. StuU', age taken into consideration. 1 SINE & MENEFEE, Iaths, BfcXBTOS HOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, GSASH, DOORS PATENT Wilts: d, 10 SLAT FEUCE, first-clas- s ty T & JEWELER. iff ppjE, - m young Itomeo called ujhhi the object of his affections and began telling the state of his mind toward her. Shu said: "Hush! hush! you scare inc!" The KM)r fellow concluded he was striking on the wrong key to makemusicand so hiiHlied. There was a solemn pause and a dead sileucu for a minute. The fair damsel, not willing for things to taki'suchan unfavorable turn, looking Miyly around at ltonico said, in a low tone, "Scare nu again." He took courage and scaled her again. A Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Ite. paired on shortnotice and warranted. JrwvlJKdpY MEW FUMITURE ST0SEI MA'UJK HUTFIFMAKT, FE'DlPo How dear to my heart is the school I attended ami how I rcmcmlHTso distant mid dim that boy Hill and the pin that I handed, and carefully put on the bench under him. And how I recall the sur- prise of the master when Mill gave a yell and .sprang up from the pin, so high that his bullet-heasmashed up tin plaster, ' above, and the scholars all set up a din. That active boy Hilly; that Hillv; that loud shouting Hilly who sat on a pin. Ulster News. d high-leaping Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture Maud MulierTaT lined sir the other and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods day in Kansas city for being drunk. The can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- Judge wasn't as kind to Maud ashe used vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. to . i U-- :VjgnnMawii Spt from thf I ,",tl fo repluniHh hvr Htt;k of millinery. gwasaneasssStel Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky., !- -. A tiiiiu wlioilriukH liiiior to mi excw him not very little if any moreM'nue than ' . 1 ' j I HARRY J ?A7 EVANS, VXlLlllllklX, arANKoiti), May lilde 17 18BU II. :: hluiHulf from the' view of tho j nunc wiuie ne hwiuiowh it, nut when, 11114 luuiuiliunu . - lifetime of minery. H,.r ,Ii,.,l In lor Infuiicy mi nt nn ntfo hIio rim oir and married tan-h iiiij iuIm tho rwniia'iiiunt of bin hwte ho can no Eneinoorino- nnri aurVOying ir.,.....ii.. biiuit k.n.u liiH heeret. W. WALTON, all .branches. knowH who rieca him, Unit lie'n trot life uwik inn, no uiiiuer wuero no lined it, 1 JiitiiK Is u ,y Iio'h hid .Inir wlio l.s junt or how. The ohtrich iimiKliu-rwhen, piiraiie.1 by bin enemicH, he Hti.kri yt'iirn old, lint lllH Vimi,, nin.,,,!.. hi iii'iui in me Kami. -- ihiidouimmiio "rotu-a i lit inn linl filwillifli iii litu 1...II.. In urajv i .. ui STANFORD, KV. in u, Nuwh. thu wIhIi h (,f!.r , Newport llowo & Ltlislssippl Valloj Co. with whom hIh- - lived. They went nY nA! vi Albany to live, hut their l,,,.,t.,uu I.IWI1 inrouon ine lanon? ol NEW HIVFR and acres, tho wim of nhort tliirnlioii. for ALLEGIUNIES onrtlhi PI- II? ninr.r tho v .... ... ,...fiiy .mil & K cill nnt Trs hiiHlmiul wim hIioI dead on,. lJ!Ufl5 ' ol the ,uy hv it never lined toba.ro nor drank ardent AI"oh4n' .S'T' ,tummtt .S'.nd vM"la. "iitiii f i,ih wif. i ,! vnUMI: f)f Hj.iritM in any form, and fr.nu bovhood luiH never nermitte.l a Hiiic, mi.vm I he Columbia .,iy to rw "with- - FINEST CUM1IEH CLIMATE IN AMEEICA. Spectator, hIip out IndtilKiiii; in "" Home form of txeniHe. mnmr.1 inowroiKl timn and two chil' Obierntlon Can from Kananha Falls to Charlottes . ,0 dren were tlif frnitH of the union; lo D"" Cowboy ( who the .Iron on an l"V.?,Ml,,a,, Su,,,M Uom A"" it tlK'.vonly HvmlnMhoit tiim, After Oklahoma boomer) -"- .MoMyoirihiHclaiiii the ONLY SOLID TRAINS l!h PULLMAN CARS 'f the (I... IihnIn,,,,! i II ive you jiiHt hair a minute to fi t " MlHo I, mul Mm- - wife I don't V" followed him m n,e "Wluit'llyou.loif loalrrillo, Cincinnati, and Loslneton, to Krave, wldonol forth., Hcoml timt "I'll blow your .1 -- n braiim out." in the ninriiitiK of life. Truly I "Mlow away. would never have 1 ' H M,'t woman of Horniw mid tie been down in thh wilder- if T.l had uny'-Chini- Ko jl'iiihilwl with ri..f, hut Hhe Ih not Herald. eum do.vn, tliutiK'li mint p.ifK would "O, look, Cieorne, they are liiuininn an die if fon.M.1 to ilniiu the hitter nip of hIii the htreet!" The aorrow to wiieh terrihle drcp.. word-- , were few and softly opoken, and Connecti In tame iepot In Wathlngton tor A team of foiireowMiippea7cdin yet they took all the hriirlitm-ruItclle-vnout of BALTIMORE. tlieHpriuL'Miiinhine. all the muMc from! Idaho, not Ion. air, having PHILADELPHIA. YORK. riven irom 'niiinMi, ii IIIHIIini'.' Ol I, tbeHOiiKbirds' i...i.-p- , AKE all mi- - nifi.Miy , . nulii IHH) iiiIIih,. They had acted n.s motive '""" ,Im' v''r,,n and all the LYNCHBURc' power for a prairie Heh.M.ner. and i,.i ..I. I '''""'" ""t,,f li,,,,,''H HH'DANVILLE, HofiiriiW.cd milk and butter for the And all points in I'iri.ieriiii.I bin family n, mute. They STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. VIRC'N'A nnd NORTH CAROLINA. wvre in yoo.1 ..mdllioii, with the ex.vii aii ,a wen -E- XCURSION TICKETS IN SEASON- .i,fe 'I'"' "f their feel, which needed mm. n '.cum-- Mr-- n. trt w..h.nK ue latent Hour ni.i.lc at w,ic Ihrm VtiNl.ir.l Ij.N.. m,iu r ..i r .. .. .. binllv. F.i.t r.ASTWARf) rrry, nm ll thry hv not Kut h o. Imtt.1. Ktc li.nl) Sun K. Sun mi-'li'. lmrr iiKiiiiiHt Mv-- n The Ilev. Dr. K.lniir.1 Itcochcr, brother of the lute Henry Ward, who, in Iiih Mtli Vear, is tapidly ic.overliiL' from the am- l.llt.lll,,.. ,.f ...... in l.l. I .1 ... i.iiiwii ui iinu ..f inn hhvh ...ill !.. in Iiiu opinion the vitality a'ud 'en.liininco num. ne lioNH-mcare tltlt' .'inir.IV 10 .r . lie enr.i In. Iinu' tnl..n ... .l.lu l...,.lil. II.." in in mm. illi.imx iout ..inr .. ;tl - M i. (tod-forsake- n lYr iH-i- t VjJ e, i I -- . ,.), 'V'uisylvania will on June ISth. Thu vote,,,, .n.bil..lloii them.i.tufa.tiin.of int..xie.iliiu. hipi.,i' toiim ni..ieiu,ll. fi)rnM-mmiit'il- all tn.tlle in fpiiilumiH liipioisainl beer-"' CNiiiii.-elicu- l hm. will vole on the 'ieti.m iliU allow iinr. however in ill almob.ii.lv. . m.T.i t' i"i.-i- .mioHl ameiid - ........... I,IM , -- nr .o'nK.; WJ'h "VJ.Z f . I I. inc. I n.Mnir,.Mi.. I t..i..hr U S -- - ,,l,s"''c"""ni1""1 ,r.':,"LR""' .. Ml Slernne. h. K .. . " "" I"" " " ',mi 'i n u , 4 in ( 7 ? . 50 pm M I"", o..'.i. , ,7 -- ,,,w , (r RwniMMsi '0') lOUISVIIU NlwAlBAMiCHICACORl Jhii - m ii . I ( l.,",,lH"- .tiilNtrs. , ..lit) am1 j j. H, rt , j 1 am ,n .,, ,i ,m haiU.iBn jl " - 6 j OJ .,.' , ,M ,,, v 9 11 (Mill i ,.... . v Arr ' v ..,.., lucrlmiilenl nii.I art puip.weH. Imsui ibik-iiii- r "Vnu have own," uiiirmiir.il tiwemlnleii, riw.ur-- i LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI illtfly, "thriN. tlilien. but i,.v .ll.li.'. Dall), Securrt l 1'n.trUr-- , - . . "mill, Kiie tui.iMi. tutli ii inueli of rem-- ' InUvn. nndn In her vole, TH E MOST RAPID ROUTE h.-v winter klll.Hl. ewry piul hkii.,e.l on,. .f K..raii.in bc.rw .he . ake.. eiinau-ti-l with a li.irt -- v. he! A NKW FAST MAIL I 'lh .u " lUhlmnr ' '. "" '" '.. .n( Hm " I"" I'm VH, .' .rr Vfl... KltliHHH.il, Ka.uriiie rrnui IHI Hi'IjJi'.hM ... .l .1 9 (0 t5 n j 40 ...... . mn iim, t jh aw ' j dm .1M 19 am ... .iMiviiHCM-rw- . . .' 1 ...... it i.ij . nnl mi ,;;.""; 91 I -,- tlieni.' ,CiliillieOliiaMi..r the fMlMt lime ami jwil You ar,. kite .hi, .f.,r,,m,. M.. the imiKie lini.....r to the bauL.,-.and ,.., . .br.dy.MiiiKlu.lv i.tioil. "Y.- - " !.! ll.edH...Sel.HwW,iKdown .... the ! limiM-linl.- i i linil nil f mix i.innUruiuKwV "''' M.,M w iv ,,,, :rr,.:i:v,2r;.iT hireo .bitbx bad in unit ..,, MiOIKMICK, .U!"' il"'y. aft":t ."'' lour i..r i.ibii.i ... ; k UI A.. le-- r YKyirI'fAtpt.'iar; 't"'id ..f.i -- NVlrrV.r; m.,i . rm,., .M0i.K, hikI krHu l.i. Tm,.,";.l'V -, r hp ; 1 31 am. IH l'.. Kb. Hi M..I1 it y, Kiri-arrive I....iHi.m p, a.,,l comWojX7 ,, Uf S.aMiM tvl llwe. iral. .lull); bin. IjiiBiUKlonari. Kl.t LtLIIM Iiiuwt lIlllS. !.. ' . I'hIIiimii Ili.nVi .Slrcivlnc car in -..all)-..,f.p- ll?llll. ........ m. r mn . i Cm.iwI lUhii-wtm- ... Him fur I It. t). ' Kl..vit- - !' m 1..1.. ..I ( ' !: h. J'-'- 'ihv-ii- ..j . . .. T.w.rNCK. 0.1 V.,, Alia ,lir 1 1, ihi-iii4- .i Mh.' F...I i l.i.i.M.m SwB. I'nllwuH Slceinr. lluHiii,.M.n 1.1 Ch kur.tlllT. .. At H.m.l.ljlliui inr IVI.ikL..-- - .111 c. ii, tin," anil. Hive 11.11 iIrn.r. K(., r,,r.,. ' SuH.lav. f.r ... act. . m V. M. V. C '. line. I i.,,.f m li..ri in r.v.rH In tilr, , , ...... i...:'T. i 11 m iv.. 1. . ;i,K, ,.,I(V .lay . ; !.. .V. ,v hi V t 1 I ulrfibi) -- TipkyMr. oltii-fm- - 1. - . gions. OR their subscriptions, ntul obtained judg- iiient ill each case for thu amount of Home on Depot Street, formerly owned liy.Mr. Solon Craig, lor further Information cull on V. t'lniiii. Of Ivy Mav I,, 1885) tlint tliey owned these 18 made nllldavit I". Wnlmn. Stanford. OTANiOltD, no more thnn tho law . 18 . MISb MAjjCjIty lAl.JjlS. l.qtiHU"e" niiowen, iiuiH preventing attacliment. ' I'licn under tho decision of tho Supremo JC.O. WAtTON, liua. ManoRer Court they werenrrested for petty lnrec- n,1(' hound over in the mini of $:!00 ; ; ;, -- ' ' ' '" f each. All hut six gave bond while six The real Shetland pony in onlv .'SO or went to jail. Tho now posbd law mnkcH larceny to take n paper and refuse to nt most 10 Inchen high. Those common"UIArn: OltAHH ItOITTK." iy for it. Toledo l'.lade. ly seen in thin country nro from thu THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE north of Ireland, being bred with tho Womin'sStiiomi Iivk Foil Wiim:. horses Hutu, and are larger than the lTion entering tho world it is her first From real .Shetland,-fothe genuine. xny in robo. In a white gown she is brought to the says her prayers in CENTRAL KENTUCKY dillciilt to rear. The country of which white baptism. Sbofor and kneels continuation in in a native in hare, and tho farmer in spotless roltes. She lie To all Points is married in white and after that she lives over tho white wliarp, and when the little creaiuielsur-vivthe rigors of the climate and thu garment d.ivs of her youth in the robes she makes for her children, and when M.'4'4& G&g&m(!?,l&&& vH'ci'Ih of having hut little to eat, the her task is ended she folds her white him ho highly that he on- - hands and lies down to sleep in a shroud farmer values ly sells him at a high price. It routs a as white as her soul. PAST LINE BETWEEN great deal to ship them and they die ou "Messed is the peacemaker" is a beautho voyage, all of which goes to account tiful sentiment, but is not always condu- LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. for there being ho few of them among us. cive to longevity. At Port Huron, Dak., m Harry Axworthy, a young man whose SCIIKDUI.K IN KIFKCT MAR. i, i88y. Kktimini:i. Major .lini Smith created ncari was lined wun tlio milk of human quite n sensation by descending from the kindness, endeavored to separate two No V. No. 4. No. 6. stage as it reached town last Friday even quarreling companions, when one of Kx .Sun, them savagely turned upon him and Kx. Sun. Daily. in!. We had no sooner uotillcd liim plunged a knife in his brain. 5 P " I. ve Cincinnati .. 8 to a m 7 55 p m that his mihsrriptiou to The Kicker had 8 so n m 8 05 p ml 3 IS P m Covington... Dudes, so far as tain bo definitely as- I.ve Falmouth 4 07 p m I.vc 0 48 a in i) 11 P expired tlian he handed us two bright 5 40 p in 20 am to 5 p certained, are the children of that nu- Arr I'aris. silver dollars for u renewal. Thu major merous class of women wUn enilillx iw.l. Arr Lexington. 11 10 p m to 5j p in 6 V V m 5 45 P II 30 a in hits put in the last year in Stale prison, dogs ami turn their own progeny over to I.vc Paris u 17 p in m Arr Winchester.. 13 15 having hcen Heiil. there by initike, as hired nurses. p m Arr ltichmond... 7 7JJ P " 10 p m Arr Lancaster.... bis friends are satifllcd. He served hi 6 (10 p in Arr Stanford I.ve Richmond ... 3 05 p in term like a man and has letui ued to the Arr llerea 13 iP P '" bosom of his family and society. He bus Arr Lexington.... S 45 P in 3 cards out for a "high colfee" day after to No. 3. No. t. N 0.5. morrow and the elite will he there in le- LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE . Semi:WeekLyIntrk)rJ6jrnal ' .,,. ...ft "-- ,.,--, zsw!lti?t FOR SAI.I3 RENT. - .V-U- .J. - "' KentuclcyGentral R. B. r o m South-Mound- . 111 11 111 . 011 C Ju SK. Mo N'orth-ltoul- Arizona Kicker. Four gentlemen engaged in comnit ree in an eastern seaport city were bested unbelievers in the common Mipctslifiou regarding Friday its an unlucky day. Tliey determined to sbowt heir contempt fur ami ex'plMle'the, sHIv notion. So they begun to build av ship on I'lidnv, liuislieii Heron l' inlay, launched Iter on Fiiday, uameil her Fiidav, libed a cap tain on Friday and sent licr to sea mi l'rdav. Thoxhip Ciih nhyei lieanl fium. St. Louis I.'epublic. Opium is goMeii by flitting the f the (Kippy llowci withn liotclitd iinil instrument nl MiniiM', anil by the next moiniiiy a diop or so of juice Ji:im iHied out. This is scraped oil' and siived by the grower anil nfler he has ji vcrcl full of it it is strained and dried. It hikes gnat many poppies to make a pound of opium, ami it goes thiough a .number of pi ncesscH before it is readv Mr llie iiniik.'l. Ina litinidhllue.il looks like a lark Mmuberty cap-Mlleo11 RAILROAD. Tlic (ircat THROUGH TRUNK LINE. 1 o Tin-- SOUTH & WEST gygMANAL Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, Q I.ve Livingston... 8 00 a in I.ve Iterca 10 95 a in Arr Richmond..., " a, in I.ve Stanford .. . 7 so a m t 8 10 a in ' I.ve Lancaster ... Arr Kichmond,... 11 on a I.ve Kichmond.... 3 15 p in ft 50, a in Arr Winchester- - 3 10 p 7 40- a in S 7 a in ........... Arr l'aru 3 I.ve I.Bxitiptnn ... 3 jo P in 7 35 a in 3 30 pm 8 35 a in 1 20 ji m I.ve I'aris p 4 to I.vc K.ihnoulh.. 5 IS p ml m ua a J 45 V m Arr Covington. .. o jo in 111 it a in ; is Arr Cincinnati ... f) 30 p m.ii 45 a ra 7 5 P " ,, "r' 111 111 111 5.P' 11 111 l" QAR S. Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & Miss.Vallev Co . W A ,- -. ,, Only one chance to point in A NSAS & T EX AS will Atueiica publishes more papers than all the rest of the w 01 I.I combined. . uiHtyenr Its 1,I0 penodicals printed the enoiinollH number of l'.ll.V.I,.Vi(i,.'(P() eiioiiuli to supply every soul on eailh With tWO llewsp:t,MTH. EMIGRANTS Seekiiicj home mi the line of tlin vr0" r ' "J5""," ot ,,lU Spciiir.ue. Co,"l""' tnr rates ('.. recrue route A "c. i. atmiiiik e l.oni.ville. Ky ST dail) escept Sunday. No At leavc-- Lcxinptdn tn ft am! nrrtips Paris in 55 am; except Sunday. No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5oopm;.irrm-Kalmnuth 7 05 pm : except Sunilav No. 7 ie.nt-- Kalinmitfi 6 00 am; arrives Cincinnati &no am; except Sunday. Train Note: No ruin, daily hctwrcn Lexington and Cincinnati. No runs daily between Cincinnati and Lexington. Nns. j and 6 make connections at Winchester tor points on the N S.iM.V lly No. 4 mnkcH this connection at Lexington. IMPORTANT Trainsof this line now arris atanddepiit frnni the Central Union Kissinger Station Cinilnnati, making connections for all points North, Kast and West Through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached liy a railroad. I'nr full particulars address any agent ol the Co, K. II. ItACON, S. F. II. MOKSK. l Trnveliii)' Pass'g'r Agt., I'ass'g'rAgt., Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. M.E HUNTINCTON, General Mananer. OK.VKRAL OFFICII: Chamber of Commerce lluildoig, Cincinnati, O. s s (It-n'- On theMavsville liranch, N'09. leavet I'aris at n, a m anil N'o. 11, at 54;, p 111, arriving at M.iysville at 11 oj, a in, and 810, pin. No. 10 leaves Maysvillc at 5,53 a in, arriving at Pans at 8 jo, am. N'o. 12 leaves .Maysvillc at 135 and arrives at Pain t 3 50, p in. These trains are 8 to make , thei ,, I "Mis Mi: Ijyan has gone tii CfiillliP her Mtnek of millinerv. 11 iiimwnwmffflnnwKai6E .a&tusi j&nwz n j , Jm1!r& u 'sjaiv in '' w j"mw- - ri itt "ir rrm M Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournrl AT THE PRESS CONVENTON. I. M. IIRUCE, J 211. F. Hrlnklcy TUB STANDARD - IIKI I) STAl LION Publtsbod Evory Tuesday and Friday S P ICI i YKAH.tX aYD VAJTOBJ When not so paid S3. GO wilt be charged.". K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Kotvlani at 700 4 jo p. m L. ,1 in., returning lit & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train goint; " " " Express train " ' Loral Freight North ."."." jIpS South South 7i'"' . 3 17 a m North ..& jo m North South 5 jpm The latter train also carry passenger The abese is calculated on standard time, Solar time ii about minutes fitter . Programme For the Meeting of the KenIIVEM, SALE AND FSB STABLE I. tucky Editors. Arratn-onient- a nre rapidly perfecting STANFOUD, KV. in Owensboro for the enterlninuii'iit of' SPKCIAL AT KNI COMMKltCIAI. tho Kentucky Press Association on tho traelt'M Horses and ION to bought and sold. mules of .Tune. The people of Only tirt-clOth nntl 7th Imrxsund ihlilc used in liter). Owensboro are thoroughly alive to the Also ngent for the importance of this gathering, ami with WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- marked unanimity are preparing to make the tav of the editors in their midst as pk'iiMint as possible. itli, It is calculated that there will be l.V) ofOn Sinnla Km.,ht, Ovli'iii vrlltiRSI-- In the town a III.ACK Stanford, about 13U editorial party, inclusive of ladies hilniU hliili. s )'ar. U1, Inith hind ket "lute, small of the I and no.,-star in tho vp onlittle, nnelie carries and from insurances every day arriving his tail, which i m r lie iidcd He huKKV, ininiraiiely to uat 't Is evident that this is not nil over enti- - new,hitchedblur :iM.lr-la- linings with the sutc doth mate, me coming meeting is apparent reward of $o, I will inc 15 for tin- reorr) of thehorv, Imub im thl. f JASCHF.II), ly anticipated with quite as much interStanford, K) 97 est by the newspaper men throughout the State as by tho citizens of Owens-boi1 as , r It a Camtulate lor Clerk of the Con it ol Anneals- subject to the action of the democratic party Klcc lion August, i?yo. list. First Dam, Heme Kilikaad, h Contractor, the sire of Dr. West J.lfK' SsMloml dam, full ler to D Monroe, 1 it; by Jim Monroe Ine sue of Lady Monroe Mosru Chief, I hiri' dam h Kittle limes, t.iy and sillier in the t Dusa s MembriiHi Fourth dim lv lit ThuroiiKhhred At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. llelmntit Chief l aba) unit weighs 1,1 pound., loale.l 'Vs4, hrei! b) J, I, ("oct, Mldw a J K) llclmonl Chbf in apprniauee Is sery much like his .ire llctrotcd a mile at Decatur, Mich , In i'sj Parting wlih mare makes the se ison due Casar I " a : li . ConildrruiK the coiicriitriiti n ,f prciK hhmil, size, si) le, .bapeansl trutlins aumu iliiv wassircdox Holler, he liy Stolts, imported from the uiiHost ennrideme in the results to lie oli lined li biee lin to hnn. tlis drst ctHls wil be den Spain. He has iroxcd lunielf a sine foal getter oped for speed, thus uiakmn an earl) snowing of 1. ix client .t 1.1I11.0 an srtiir his soil, into pu n years old, black with white points, is hands hio.li, will make the present sea son at our stables, i mile mittli ol MilleiUesille on the Dans ille and HiihIoiimIIc pike, 'I his tine OISAB! Jack, 1 BELMONT CHIEF 8689, Illecistercdiis llob l.i ik TRIAL. in ine J 2:31 ....-T x-- 4, jn , Hit "... Ills saw . has e sired 50 in the j jollt - His Uuhlcri I la. hive priMJMld tlltur. s!MS' J. ami is oilu ,, .,- -. II In the J t s 11 is. 11 aioi Jit', i - 111 1 1 I i, J I 11 U MllledKesile, Ky Wklf.HI', Hence llelinont Clieif will make the season of - I MESSENGER, !', 111 U'llh the usual return ,irisirKc Mare, kept on o.ij istuiti .11 . AT o. STALLIONS FOR 1889. a -- hands high, three jerrs old this Has h.irsi, sprine, full brotner to Maud Messenger J to) . will make the season of isv. at ( hallos Dunn's. miles Iroin Stanford, on the Rush llrancli pike A MARE IN FOAL, or ii ' S30 THE SEASON, or $0 TO INSUHB A LIVING COlaT uwner rik ir p r nth 111 8, at mi stables in o M Kinn-- t, J p M.Klnnei, Ki (K"W, ' Beauty la desired and admired liy all. Amonft the tilings which ititi best ho doue to ciilinin'c personal 1m ailty is tlio dully me of Ayer's Hair Vl;or. No matter Tvltat tlio color of the hair, this preparation gives it a Im-tr- c and pliancy that adds greatly to its charm. Should tlio hair be thin, harsh, MB? Xsi dry, or turning gray, .VX -- rm X&r-oivi rondcr keeping healthy, in tho market. " I am frco to confess that a trial of Ayer's Hair Vigor has convinced me that It It a genuine article. Its uso has not only caused tho hair of my wife aud daughter to bo the will restore colur, bring out a new crowth, and tho old soft and shiny. For tho scalp clean, cool, ami there Is no better preparation rf X',li Ayer's Hulr Vigor Abundant and Glossy, but It has given my rather stunted mustache a resppotablo length and appear-miceIt. Britton, Oakland, Ohio. "My hair was coming out (without any assistance from my wife, either). I tried Ayer's J lair Vigor, using only 0110 bottle, and I now have as tine a head of hair as any 0110 could wish for." II. T. Schiuittou, Dickson, Teun. " I havo used Aver's Hair Vigor In my family for a number of years, and regard It as tho best hair preparation I know of. It keeps tho scalp clean, tho hair soft and lively, nud preserves tho original color. My wlfo has used It for a long tlmo with most satisfactory reBenjamin M. Johnson, M. D., sults." Thomas Hill, Mo. " My hair was becoming harsh and dry, but alter using half a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor it grew black and glossy. I cannot express tlio Jov and grititifde t feel." Mabel 0. Hardy, Debt- an, III. ." Ayer's Hair Vigor, l'nEPAUED BT Dr. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by Drus2ltJ and Perfumers. J. - H ' k2 3 13 m Sm a o tn s 3 a 5. Low lander, his sirv, w.i. Dalntmun out of Ed--BarloLulra by Windliomid, he b the rser famous Pan At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Walton, Stanford Uloon Dalesman by Kinc loin, the mini Secretary's Report W'. sitv KnijIanU has estr pioduittd; ln sons ISTbRIOR Jot INAL SDAKD llt't.K o. SI idetie wash) in lev, he lit Uloud s lllscV (treat Tom, llan and Cp to oid Imp Wmj, cars old, rreuurer' Report Hen Harrison, Henderson ed to the U. Knit;and made Ph.ielbii were importS. thcniselses famous as Ill k Stallion, M, hands hish. fonlctl i4"; hred Hawk, he ty shown i time and beaten ,nl once ideitr ssa News. f sires of winners. Kins Tom was by ilarkawas t 4 )ear b Id he con!. I In i m j Colds mlh Orn,!e omit), Ness ork, ei.y the sire of Irish llirdrntclict and I .myh.i lUlloiich Knroltmetit of new members and rwtjtiient ol (sire 01 i.eamin);tin Waleitnan a ilatn In l'anta-looI dues by CASTELAR, IOG2. So 'tis seen that Louden has two clo.c Ktcctioti of officers. crosses of Pantttloon and thrnush ire runs I'he welt known 1. k w.ll make the pre.cut ra bv Woburn ,a dam Woburn Maid 1st through Lanercast, I ramp I'oih Intone, lllen Resolutions, communication, etc. son at the same pi t ii $0 I insuie a llum colt The dam ol Carser, j; while through his dam to J V. FVkltl 7 "The Iterations of the l'rs to Public lltul-tio- Co, etc, WormsU'), llirdi stiller, I hehe trace Snl and dam ... b a Mambrino horse Orlando, Csaler, Interests," Young K. Allison, Louis-illtan and all the most fainoix performers and sires ird dam by Mambrino Messenger in Kiuland London has ha I rise colts to start and three were winn-r- s tin horse will stard at CASTKI.AK. ioM, by Volunteer, ss, sire f SI "What It Correct Journalism P James M. Ham $20 to insure, a living colt Julicn a uH. eti , isl dam Miss Nmlinr, tilntJ-OSTimet. imond.soii of Potter's Cla). ji" dam Wells ovtir, bs EVENING $K(WION I p. M. and Moslesiv a damof Arliller aii'j, CONCRECAN, Address of Welcome Reuben A, Miller, on be. Ameruan Star, 14, id dam bj llertrand Ii I'l 'i r tl IVI f o. I, Dark I I I, t Its) horse, lt hand, high, Ten llrneik dam is bauds hii;h, airr.1 by llamblelniiian.io. I ir ,e. in Wnllt'KN. half of the ciliiens of U ensboro. .1 ,, . re I aam il.im uf Fellow pl anil lrake Carter by Miss Coole) b,hi. Telegraph, ui, id dam the uaui I h llllploll , nl r illit . . ,1 , Response K. Polk Johnson. Planet; sd .l.rohte and Stxnd- - nf Ceo. kuoley h) Irida). rati I M dam llrllr t irt Mambrino l'i, 1, ivhotinhrom. il .ul t Jr br id d.itn Plnrilie, Idle- -' Annual OraliOM Kmmutt G. Lo;an, I,tuiii Ille thrill's ilam by r tied Keif .1 wild's dam b) Imp (ilenc do to the stud Tia.c-I- . in j teu an I s .Id for n.h Se. on.: 1I1111 ED BARLOW book lor extended pedlar, e and Slid no rirlur I) isis) lheran.1 d.isa I (In Star jj "Modern Society and Its Reliitlcei to Journalism blood Oo to racinj; .aleml ir and find the linr h Mamhr no I'll, t, Ii, Keifs M im'.rn 0 Pilot 111) stahle.. two mile from Man Will comes of, both h Mm. Dollio Higbee, Louisville Conner-Journire and iUti illunnnct its lord, stand onatthe k.no' I uk turnpike at bs Mamhrino Cliiif" Kirsi dam hy Old i.ray K , s briifhlettpaes with srtit hiesements He ail dam a last trotttns mure from the North the bloo,1 of Olem oo, I cxinctn and I'hae llarne) like hs .,eore W ilkes, sire nf ratio A. M IKlt)i jfsc ton, the latter through his sire, I'ei, Ilmeck and S16 to Insure- ft Living Colt or $10 tho 10 list, llarrt, Wilkes j ijs.Ac. First daw R.i Season. Annual Poem John U. CradJock, Pant Kcn- - Lexington twhe throuith .Krolue and Fannie b) H11.11M, inn nf li. Jr. sirs sC the daw of Maud T IIOCKKK Hoi loo. the dam of ice ltrck 'ii ' l.lcn . thrice t 11 S 1 oSV. e S tuckiau Cttireti. t 10, kc in Plorine, Pochahuiitas etc. If the old a lage ( Pilot ilkes will make the seaen of ileg al J ' arious Practical Matters on the Iluslncss Side" that "Mood will tell" is ikk, thi souiu hmse Woods' farm l mil. I row Dansitle, ei lhe Jai, K Ileitis, (President National Kditorial will prose his w rth be KetiuiK pr k'e ibat will' Dans ills- - and l.arnatei pike, show in front "at the finish. " lie is ;reatl in Association Little Rok Ark., Democrat marks and forrr like his sue, the famous Ten At $12 to Insure a Living Colt. "Advertising Rate" Sam O. Robert, Lexing- llroeck, whose i mile record h is only been heiten by his son, Drake Carter, a full br ither to Com f ton Leader an well put up strn,lj knit and has the Ilei ilreeilers will 01 erse thai l'ili W ille. hat two 'I.cjunn.ite Circulation" Chav M. Meacham, muscles and 'lutrlcrsnf ,, the best descend int. sire of Sallie Vagea rt. jw,i in. ,..,.u-.n- c. lush. Stitidarsl; V lua VIII, Ii1Mi H Irfa.lk., an .. - ... ..n.w, .ar..r ..,, Hopkinssillc Kentuckian. of Lexington and will make the sea.nn at $20 to lias, itii h.d .....n.. ... k'l.ul ... A. a 1. .... ... II. AT R. toiij.) siW. sire of Siitie s i it I "The National Kditorial Association." II. II. Her- Insure. Fur furlber Infortaaitun .allon or adjrrsa J bert, National I'.ditorial Journalist. Chicago ALLEN BA3HFORD, SIRKD I1V l.Vl.r. WILKES 4N Wood, or S. II eaer The Jourmlist as a Reformer"- - Kdward U ia a jo or better JosF.PH sWOPK ll lllack colt, foaled in 4$. b Caliban t t sire of lis r,eori;e Wilkes j it, sire Leigh, Paducah Standard. C K Clay i iij, Cvctone i iU. duster a jn'. (tlmrouKlibreel.j dam l"c,ra ". . o .!ol .Iim ln.lin. dam Flora by Skedaddle bs. Heulhuae, pa.er Alm.int. sire AFTKK.SooNSSloi.-t:j- ol. M Medlerb) Old Wasey, tAl nl hn hs Vv ithrrsitwMin Ksjlly, Louillle V.nch dam ofKmma O . xear'old r.eord ilH tdambs heftoti's lclneraph. "The Law of Libel" R M. i (thoroughbred j Alice !t..scoi J 44 and Pomona 1 45 by brennon, 4 dam bj Frank Commercial. Dansillh Wilkes has slarted in he races, won b Ca,'ha,'1' "Mountain Journalism" K C. Coljnn, Pines Hie i,1m,!i',r,,'.?,V';'r V three of them in sirauhl Keats and third moaev ia no l.lft Cay Ilton. lA hands hifh, toaled Ann) it. ii.v,. Mcsen;er a so) dam Cassia bv Casms M (.lay, Jr. sire of fauTth Dans ilbi Wilkes Is alssi the first and His Aral dam l) l.raj id ilinli) Lottper-boili-Advertising" Green It. Kelhr, Carlisle Harry Clisy 1 irSJ and Huran;o a jjV., Pascal by "I.ecal nrcicnrire Wilkes that has produced one lit A i 1 ir'4. dim I'earlie Leon Almont. sirenfPedi-non- i twro more of hit (St r He ws sired lit Me.ieu.ter chief, Jr , by .Menury ard by American Clay, ire of Cransllle J t ni 1 pi or heller in Dansille has bairini; accioVnt., training and, , 1st Chief, tire nt Maosl Missenei, Aiijournment. tint Jit dam by Jiusn Camphell son of Warmer, til dam that are mm will make resord. of a s or better: besides, I am dalfl Jennie by 1. mo. rd dai i bs .Maibno Me will be coHlidost thai Dansille W ilki- - will Icssstr hit recThe session of the. dam b) M aiubrinw Chief, sib dam by J tllltl C')la SUE (J iV?. ord of jV. t He has been tiated the last sender, Jd tmp'Napnlcsivn, tlh d.-- hs lrmpcsi. Mh dam b Olit'll tO the public (it Jill times, but the' smith Mud 14; ist daw h Mambrino Chief sire half in a rateti I n I leer, ;ihdamhs Dsruaby s IHoosede, in io, Slh dam . of dam of Director I 17, ad dam Kate bv IMo Ir. i i , Wilke. has pros en himself a Une breed fi4fMffng( sireot ram ot .Maud Saoli. The analxsts of ihii er Danville sure to produ. e Hotter and parties can by Canftun't N'Hip. tath dam b) .lie eaiei:iiiiit lusiic-- iu uc- - jin-nand is Metscnc'er Chief a iresl ') Abdalljh I'lliM , pedizree shows Chief. ent Thursday evenins, June (!, at 8 two of Pilot, Jr. twocrnsses of Mambrino one of hasc a chance lo tfet his pruduie now lor a ver) isl dim by Mamhrmo Messettser; sd dam b Henrs Clay and He tired Maad MH-iier- , Mambrino Chief, o'clock, when the editors will be fonnal-- I Hamblelonian; built upon s pacing and th irosu'h low liru e record t IM; Abel m),, Vlarsel e si. Mansias brwl foundation This oil will er e marc at e sihi. Kettcit ly wi'icoineil to the city by .Mr. Reuben S15 to Insure. $25 to Iii3ure a Living Colt. ether fait ones. H. record ij),tiW We will also t..nd the n ted la. k, A.Miller. Following tlie exercises will Abdallah Pilot wai tired Abdal - at 4 cm mrc Ulrii ith ' The by Mimfrlnw Otttt. He PEYTON EMBRY. be a jreneial recejition, when it i desired thi uual rate, Not nut rtMptttle for anldtni lab; isidam lllainlina Ked Jim nfi oiliert sired Pickard i kkatnlti jni in cur. Hum Aletander s Alidallan ton UKd)h that the citizens of Owensboro shall per- At $10 to Insure. Taking le.st)le snd l.reesl J....1.. Ita. I inimtPUIellVIl MUSI ika rUu tsr. Ika MM.in tkB. isw ftf in;intJ osiderin .n. we Hunk tin. tne chtunes ill rfn Into tniHiMt ra tMtcr record bkiimun. r f INritrr i itH) 'llesirest Oesd ill Wilk sonally meet all the visitois. stock eseroffereii who la tarn Parties lhal are well Informed know that the kmun Maul i o, Maior 11 sail i j. reaor per The business of the association will be Mares kept on ra or ratio ulrn irinthcall 01. or tboroujhored I lood nsu-- t be in the trotter and tired ItoU-r-iit Vj, Msi. Ac I it. sire r,l Htmal Mc , rj Fir further ilke seruinl) hat plenty ol it, hit iiei Klmo. Dtnwllc r I It !'. U'.HMAN S H St session of ddiess rd t e. seas .ired bs Alesander ret concluded at the afternoon dam Jcinc by a thorouhhred hcrse, ard Ihtnthe Sunt. rj. K. pa in,t cross he ha shjuld tend to produ e fast Abdallah. dam said lolie Its Imp Hellfounder Friday, J une 7th. Then will bejiin the .Mamlirinu Chief, the sirens' the second dam ami rfotid ra. e hor.es Mettenzer I hief, Jr. tired the great l.ads Ih Dansille Vt like, will make the tcatoa at the rair a festivities. ilk, sl Mambrino Patchen. who in torsi sired W M Kt'K (.riuiid.. Dansille ios-,- . IxHidiHi p. m. theie will be a banquet at and .3 others ia jtand Setter and At S alto sired the dam. of liu Wilkes licit. Hamn ng Long-Standiarmory. Three hundred llie Front-stree- t Wilkes 1 iland the dams of 13 others with record K COMIIINTD MAI.I.ION. 1 of 1 to and heller plates will be laid and in addition to the He will ttand the season of iM, al our I isers Blood Disonsos aro cured by -c..bowh-- .. 150 jruests. the same nuuiber of Owens-the persovoring use of Ayer's itentle- bonuns, composed of ladies and AT $25 TO INSURE Tho fcession of the association will be IMP. LONDON, held nt Temple Theatie. Chestnut stallion, i , haiuN hih. ired by the Moiie) due as mkii is th. fact is asienamei' ire The following will be tlio programme: ir...l t....l.nl-- r V... .1 ... It... ;,. i... . St MJ( V I... I 14 partial w ith 111, .j.r,,iv. ,,. ii, t,ii i.ii l. iijr C11AKLI S M NX ad dam llrunttte by Cndringlon , jd dam Mi ' TIURSDAV, JUNR IM"P l eH)keh) theCasler, ith dam 'v the Coloiit'i.Ax. Annual Address of the President E. Polk John- see tuu nook lor lurther pelure son, Frankfort Capital. w, VID33TTE, JR., Kortleil SI,. a dirl 'a . AW hinds hiirh and tineisle sired hy Vidttit Krst dim h) sir Imp U lui, , jj ilain b lul I liarlie Whip, he latin will make il'e season if ite i at sialue ore on the II i.ioi sills pike mile from Slanl rd Sims' 3041 M- "WyarLdotto, 5526. tii nl ukiih mn i cl i. snd h In I irsi dam bs lUurhon I hiel, the sue ot a jit. itt llklll hs lulls Ar.hur. Iliiirn I , Atih ir sum, siund ird the season I 2375. U l.i make At S20 to IiiHiire. breed W k ii,'(.tii It'll.. I r.t f Mihi. '. A kis home." i' N ' aim si Arthur nl Sirod Steve Wi ilkvr 1 mi. his prosed himll to e . .,fr, I all an.l see his colls at his houie ANlioTl ss 1 V PILOT WILKES. 111 I M t Directur sir Phalli. I Irsi d.im Laos 10 Welsh, the sire ol Prime Im rial i 11 's and Jeremiah ti ,, iililiinn imIm. J W W lanibietomai oluiitser. ad Dictator. ., .standard No urt, l.s Mm one ol the best bred Ant 01 .It. , basing i,,r his dam Hractnth o ilatSi I lara the tliHn of Desler 1 It. . and ijv by William el.h s Ihr.irrof Ac -t l.rl.ln, Ul'li.ln 1 1 1 $1-- ,. icn is a.essstl nsaree t iriiiaiioii or ard .. f I 1111. 41 per cent of lbs old hunt K.T) k Ham I'Uiunian No. 10, ibe luundrl ol llie (rssiie.l trot tmfamilr the world has e.er si'rn . 01,1.1 n,f through In. tela, from , diereal channel- - .mill Ks.dss. HamMeloUiaB. Vopimerr M lr .oj,. no an,' Wil'lam Uehh 1 aoner mate, ri rn.l )Osih ..t ..1 imit.-.- l I. It.. lor f mlirim . I A hI K I N ,n A Lan. a. I, K.y a- - sons-bine- 79 BREECHLOADER!" '1 1 1 Ia)-K- ' Danville Wilkes! 2:341. ufi 1 V 111. re-I- ' ii, ..., !m at jsiO to Insuro a Living Colt, Mones due V be" ine ina" ,,,,, p ail Hell ielsint.1 q.iniiii,,i, 4il . u j , r 1 al tS rr k H11.I aisn.e ict, tir. 0-11M(( . ! ' , .ft .. in I. tin 1,0 il masr Ine n 1',, D,,, se. I n . I " ' it innru. insurance Desc'ipiiui -l- lrecchloader is a n.hdrl at srlih dask hes) maissandla.l, t,i hi i hih His .olis ere Uiije, tut wsd ol m(iJ ol i I can tie tern al s Pes it . m ranit.HKR No I r GOYER'S s. MESSENGER. RKKICCHI.UADKK, 11 Imp I Wirt, he, . fualed ,, ,s, i ' ' ' '... lile, t dam i dam 4 stam Xellie ile, itrsnJ dism el" Hi. site llob fokntmm Mar t bur. hill b) A lets Ckarcbt.l b Imp Maurase ind dam of km. i ales-tense- , T.L:"?rl.xVi:!i.,,'-'itoof il( 0 dam bt j dam Mittleitse b Cherke dam Ntack sstati by Tisfee lr I ... u .. dam t) Ahreriae dam by I rey Alfred dam a mare pi.r.liaeed AlbeK etd i n - -- S,pt llurhrtdcc aass I 11 10 dam bs 11 , .i iiii,,isj disi by Imp FearaiilM i,datali; shark. d dum b) Imp Madias lint; benesadlahf bf Aasnm. Imp f.ie breeding, bal (slHtt, pedi.i m Vlrgsaia ' a, tct r- hsAsefut 1 I liy i HessdfHrd.lW.KUa, rM llu . lass tease sacode) in ike t.ei T tiw-ears aid aaJ his grat ly mm wlaatajf sites. tnm fram t.iaana. Ac. and h. ii..,a.jd, lair w a. .- JllJ.lOi Pasture for maiei at tirea.aer for a tl Hn 4 1,. N - . odeatt maath 1, I CHAS R. UK I 'Eing Curtis, 9634. S'n.tar hr .ihir Chr-s i ami Ks(tirrr.I K i lr ' I 1 1 1 a It s cr pq poo P a jj c O e e3 men, will be seated. At the banquet theie will be six toimts, as follows: "The Newspaper," "The Old Commonwealth," "The Rural Rooter,"."The Local Pro-,- " "The Women of Kentucky" and "Our Guests." Hon. Henry Watterson will respond to the first and Gov. S. 15. Du'k-- ' ner to the recoiid. The other speakers of the evening will be announced later.' The same evening there w ill be a srand ball in the city, at which the beaux and belles of Owensboro and surrnundinii country will join the gentlemen and ladies of the press in tripping the lij,'ht Sarsapurilla. .,. HARRISON CHIEF, JR., SIO to Insuro a Livlne Colt. We will slto -- J .l.n J B h,ii l' iIil r r rsc. it . hand.. ( a r.i i.s. . It. . Corti., r.trttr ount, k'j MAMMHINO KIX SIK1D fantatic. M 2 . 2? ? o w P o 1 o i wEMwi l!ltD'l S g Zti 1 WM. ADAMS &gON,l 4 LEXINGTON, - KY. ' At P.oyeiville a "j.inir of men sin-- I roiindc'd the house of Tmii Peltou with the intuntion of White Cappim; him. fire on the crowd killing Pi'Iton opi-netwo and -- ciitterini: the others. d The follow im: morniuu (Saturday June. sth, at ! a. m.. the editorial part'' will W. leave on a river excursion, Col. I lite, piesident of the Louisville Packet A not her marked effect of the use of this Company, h.ivinu' tendered one of the in. iln wit; uui lliti HtreiiKtheluiiK of my steamer-- , 'oini: to Kvansville, Jit." Mrs. Carrie Adams, Holly by Mr. S. wliere a special train, tendered fcliriii(,'s. Texas. Is. Knott, trallic mann;er of the L. s; X., vears, "I had a dry waly; humor for liroth-eand terubly anil, as mv r will be iu waiting for them, and tl.ey and uNter wro similarly atllleteil, I tint mill. uly is hereditary. Last promiiiio will leave at once, sioinj,' via Guthrie for wii.t.-rIr. T.M011, (of IVrnanilina, the Mammoth Cave. After seeing the In.,) ini iiitni nileil mo to take Ayer's ot ii intitintie it for a ear. cave they will dispeise and return to Tor inn iiiMiitlis I timk it dally. I have their homes. Owensboro Messenger. not hail a bl n upon mv bmlv for tho last thn mths." T. K. "W'iloy, lit! tramp, tamji- - Chambers .it., New- York City. Mike Piiirke, aout-an- ii ed with his wife on the side of the road "Last fall and winter I was Troubled with a pain in mv I airodsburu and his blankut catch- - did not dull, heavy much at flint,hide. it notice it but t Initiiir tin, iitnlit In. vein. Iinrnoil gradually stew woriso until it luriuiio niir lire almost unbeatable. Diiiiiik llie latter ho badly that he died. part of this time, disorders if the stout-ui'- ijulto ro rapid as In others ; but, with persistence, tlio result Is certuln. Ueail tlies'j ti'stiinnnials : "For two ji'.irs 1 8tilIoroil from n c vere pnln in my rtelit niilo, anil had other troubles uiiiseil by a torpiil liver AfD-- r nml il.spepsi:i. civiun suve.-a- l inoiliriiii'.i n fuir trial without n cure, I to liiko A.M-r'S.irMiinarlll.i. I was xri'atly liy tin. rirst bottle, mill aftir takliiu ile bottles I um cured." Jul ii V. Ilonsoii, 70 l.awii-tii'st., Lowell, .Mass. Last May a larju'o carbuncle broke out hi tin ann. Thcn-iim- l irmeiliiM hail no , t i mill I wiih coiillneil to my bed for i A frii'tnl ltuliiceil mo to try A it's Santn pari 11a. Less than tbreii bullies liealeil the sore. In all niye.vpe-lietu- o with iiieilli'iue, I never saw moro s coni-lilete- ly IT.-- Tim meiliclno Is an Alterative, and onuses a riiillcul clintiRo In the system. Tho process, hi some case., may not bo Will riake the season of 189 at m stable between Shclb) Cits and MillestKeville. In Lincoln count), on the Dansille and Hustuiisillc pike, al tand our Jack, $15 to Insure a Living Colt B aok 1 when mare 14 J o b. n, - Al SKVKN . Wonderful Results. siilfi-re- Sound and all right W ill not be allnsved to terse mares that are not recular breeder! Money due A w hen the colt comet, mare told or transferred lien will be held on all Colts until paid for. .mil Pedigree -- Harrison Chief, Jr. Description 10 height, 3 isa red torrel. stands 1$ hands talllnch--- i mane and llr ears old this spring, list lutf 4 HarrlwinChief, be b Clark Clnel. the tire it by A I A. Kei.tere... ol , of l.adyThorne 1 iJ His dam lute, the dam ol Hanker a I'M, I be dnmof HarriMMi Ltuef.Jr.it Ilrown coll, 13s, hand, hih, fualed Mas ISM bs a .on of Walton's Mambrino, he out of a mare Sired b) MEimirul.ll N h;i h Alexander's Abdallah. id dam b Mincsokc), he b) old LexiiiKton, jd dam by Mian Ii. ill s lorn rirtl dam t.idn II by Lum'.er 17V1, tire of Lad) 111 II. lie OS 11.1 I Stockint's, tin OHin iy ear) cussLumber a its. and th f'amol Maine U ill... j u. elt. sth dam by Halcorn. 6th dam is- Wells' Cru- - .J Ja,,, Catutala b Aletsnder't Norman at .tire sailer and Ma) I ueen of Lulu 1 10 , jd dam Isate Mr W. II Wilson, of Cynthiana. ky., sold a' Miller, thoroughbred bs Kalph. nhdamDase-cumlune- d . .11, .Ion, seldini.'. a full brother of ll.trritoii Chief dulla. hs lion k, ln. Jr, for f 1,100, also told two others at $1,70 Mr llrnsvn Mars tiirouhbreJ, b) Sumpter, isth dam A he Kenaker sold another combined zeldllut for Lucy lllackburn. thoroughbred, bs lllaikburn't fim, toou can see the breed of thlt colt Is more Whip, 71I1 dam Mars llrown, IhorobKhhresI, hy sought alter than an) "tlier ttalhon as they brinj Telemacus, Sth dam lhcjaaut mare, llwroUKli-Lreby Imp Janus better prices than an) other stallion. Mares kept at $ 311 per monih on Brass Care Metropolitan 147J full brotlier to Huini Virto- taken to prevent accidents but nut rutpoiisitile a, dam of Princeton 19),, hticlid 1 il'tl h) C I SANDIDUR should an) otc-uU)td)k's Hamblei'inioa, isl dam Hyaoninh) Milledicesillc, March a;, lilt Volunteur j. id dam Clara dam uf Dealer 1 I7V4, Alma t 1V,. Astoria 1 ayS! b) Stale) 's Ameruan Siar, jsl dam McKinsiry mare (dam of nnark THE FAS'C SADDLi: STALLION, Lumber t;So. re ord t (5, b) Kncttoo 110, dam 1. - Doll Mist- inn rr Ses.on In parted with H li A llkliSf.OX IK Id flam by Austerliu Mambrino Kiliif it prsHsatJiieed the handsome.! horse in Ibe world anil i. the tire of Amy Kinc-- I f 'jj""',' S- a u hen. t Ps'shrn br.Mambitno Pan 1 - rlwia v Terra Alta 9525. l)i faun on the isli kma I,,, ha. ,6 .,, . list, and surpatted as a site . f producing dams Kinutitrtitwill rake the season of i M., al 1 '".H. hethe.tireM I.esliicton i n .Mumliriuo Pan hen. sire of the nf u.,.., .. , i, mnu 10 aily I Isirne.!.. lletiriella itU. Lads 1.1..1'.! U i nw .d k'....'...." ik. MkIikit ll.r.l an . I .Mambrino ' lanlord and Milledesille pike at ir SI5 to Insuro a -- Livo Colt. inn..'. . ,n. " .. ' JpcrMonlh, but willn.fr ,l apes. no1" orA W CARPKNIKR I. 11 The Pr- - m .!,, HeSUIIiei lliorou-lihr.il- Stonewall Jackson, W d, Jr. , 4M la.itr, luirnr! lo.erxe maiet ill make th e .ea.o ol i St., at ""1 anu isiii he m, .ulc pcii-nite- r At J,, ' , 1 - 'Ms medic me for some muuths, the pain disappeared mid I was completely eitie.1." Mrs. Augusta A. Kurbush, JI.is erhlll, Mass, Ajer's .SarMip.r.ill.i, and, after fai'hfitllv tonliniiln the use of bewail laklnn nud liver increased h in tumbles. I $muu 1 4 ' T& r ' I I f mm .nk'.vTL, rs OHEaM Bfe,7 ill v A r. rv A New King of Insurance Has been put ill operation by the manufacturers of I)r iVr.-:-' medicines His "Goldin Medn a' Di osery" and "Favorite Prescription ' are scld by drujjits under the manufacturers' positl.e l.itlirr buiiftit or n complete cure it Kuirimee iliusobl lined, or money pud for tliuic mediriucs h returned Tlic certificate of suar.'inlce Blitn In cminc tioti with sile of the.e inediciiui is cquisa jer.t to a pilicy of inturince. 'I lie "Golden Med .i r Discovery" cures all liuinnrs nnd blood taints, fron whitever cause arising skin and sralp ihs e.. ., roruloui sores and sw .nii;. The Fa sorito Pretcr.ptioti1' cures all thn.u deraniiemcits and wsikmsscs peculiar ti wo.m-i- i Ayer's Sarsaparilla, riiEi-AiiE- Or. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mai l'i ice il ; sli bottler, tS. Worth 5 a bottle nr MARVELOUS MEMORY Only Heniilno Itlinil svanderlnn currtl. livery rliiltl und ntlult Rrenlly benefitted. 'Irvat IndueemonU to Oomspondence Clajises. Protnoct 11111-- f If f in tmtmMf JSs-Sl- LEXINGTOM.KY. . . tv4Mfa, Di'i'iluwk hawk, blow anil esirtbod; , ,lut use Dr. Sage's I blow, li disu.tuii; Keuiedy, C'.it-rr- af.lleniory Trnlnlnc I'our llnoka Learned iu 0110 reudlok'. opinions DISCOVERY. Hyatem Foaled Miy 1. itjt, is a ru h Mahoons lay, ij4 tine hands hiijh, heavy niane ai .1 ul, is ter. 1 I fun) is both a n tural and pleasant saddler, stable t Stoiiessall Jackson, Jr, standi lull 16 hands limb breeds fanes and when uuietly driven in tuiri.c l,a) odor, ' 1.1 on .. ti. At $10 to Insure a Living carriage and .vie gov. like a trotter lie 1, hifi Colt. beautiful .hows in the mniciiiticeiii just nt well ataibe lion and ttuble 1st sides 10 the third generation, it ba. ked lv thor docs m llie fur ring e was tired b) oughbrcd. on liotli sides, making him sery.i'tie Alt made full mi'e in 1 sn with Jack.,,,,, Note dam llelle l.j Mettengrr, und sprululv in K.ut; in form and finish is pcrfei t six weeks handling Jr. id C II s I. CKOW. SjulieL.H.Uby Helm's Vorkth,,,.. ,.r,t.,ll,, ,0"! mo'li-l- . he was tiled by Suiupier Denmark, lie b) Mush) . rate rnure, b) Hainhletonian St, faoddard's lit 11111.11 k. he b) ti.iines A- Cromwell s la. ksoiib) asl,intoi Denmark, he lis newall linn Denmirk, he hi the race huisi-- Denmark, be y itt dam bs trusmlerlie b) Old Whin His tirst dam wai tired b Sir Imp .'lecVefurd Mes.engir Jr, by oune American, itt dam (, Wallace, lie by I'odhunter's Sir Wallace he by tlfiiti a uun: America, b) Wake l'p Jake, 1st sir Albert thoroughbred) i id dam hy iritiiiius, dam bs ()ld Sweeper, a sers last pi, er U'akc l'p dun of Virjiniiis by I ranb) , lnornuihlired); he sliar,bj .V """'', ..V"' Messenger, ttt dam by a t iiiuiiii. u uaui the celeoratea .Nedle) Im. it will U. teen that he has llie ,ovtl lupp mare. llecettar) to make htm sshiit he It the IIV MFIKOPOI II N, 1, j. t ind successful ire ol horses for nil purpn.es. Son of ltyl)kt Hnmhlctoiiisn Pasturage for mares at reasonable - I ! Dim Mil- II., P S oils will aland for the season. II) Wood Chief, ;,j Son cf Wallace Denmark .itnse, itt ilain b Mie the uiider.uned lime bred In and the Sire of I'liniue Robinson, 1 jo1,, ller's Denmark hub) Ihr race horse Denmark; his coin of the will lu,an horse, Stonewall ternkson, Ja, dam Hiric, idil.im by Montuumer) tUliser, 3d Mclrotiolltan b Ks.ilsk't II.imhlrioilin.it.im and iiallunls us pleasure to s.i that he is a I01111. a tine tb.tped bor.e, llyuciiilh by Volunteer, m.inil-d.u- n dam by old Dreiiniui Clara, dam of Hood breeder His colts base given satisfaction iu l.!.u kwitu lic.ivs inane and tail, ij'i hands huh; nesier unit iiictainr, ii) seele) s Aiucricaii Star .v., ..i,icuiar iiumiier 01 tiieni isu nalurnl saddler and will warrant hun a saddle Metropolitan 11 iirktiiiwledijed by all to be one uf oped well at combined annuals and base dcsel have breeder. the best and bv mans-thser) best bred ttiillian priinlumi in the m ,11(j, .e,r T won the eserfualed Ills full sister, K a Victoria, told iransil e Cecil, Chu, T. WMrlliingion IliomaV at the McKcrrantalc fur $7,015, the lushest price I) nulisli Win. Hue evt r paid lor a brood mare lit public sale 'IMOj. II WALKKR, I.aniattcr lllnod Chief, by lllnod't lllack Hawkjdun .Miss 'I is tine Jack is b) Cunt, he by Imp, Palermo; Duncan by Scott's Hi,;lilander;,;raml-daii- i hyAra-tu, 1st dam hy Itoliinson't Sampson, lie by Imp 1IIK. lioss ML'LICJACK id d.im by imoleon llluod C hief tired jd dum by Imp llcnraiuj Jaco't itt dam W'oolcv Jim 1 31 Itoliin.on j ml. mo. b) lllack Hawk, ad dam b) Tippecanoe, Chief ijH I Hood's lllack Haw k tired the dams I I. is it a hauutoine Jack, 4 years old, iu lilliiils of Vim1 Armln 1 ivlt ami Jr, 1 16 ami blh, 'aik with meal) nose Will terse a few urand dam uf Itulle Ilrasilrlill11111nt, .iml lirntirnr . the .a j i jennets KiiikdIiI is 4 lears ultl bay. i?t, blinds luyh anj The above stock "III make llie mm. on of 1S89 at Will mnke tn present teuton at the . .., f extremel) line and l)lih Will make the teuton my larm jS uiilrs from Hustons ille, near Carpen'"""' ' "' !",,"f"rJ "" ""' Iviiol. ter s Station, and will be permitted to seise by the of 1889cfat my ttuhli' at Mnreluiid Station, a miles I'ike't"'"' north lltiitonville, tin the Hustons ille and Daninsurance, ville pike an . 1 i T.-rr- .i Wallace Denmark.' b) old CanaOutn 1'ilor. senders, i.v the .Morse norse. ' mare hy Mavnum llouum Norman 1 1 14), and Mas l.luevn a ao tired hree of of hit sons have tired 11 1 jo perf-rmcr- s and hi u.iugmcrs ire tne dam. it n in the 3 v lul Terra Alta vsill m ike the pre. ent season it my ps M.me) due .her, 1. rendered. M,, dbl lerurd that .i..newnl Jackmn, ,. Jr, the fair rimts, c ..rhlned with the 'tuYc lias I ina Ic of , .lamp him atone of ihecramltssi , u( ,l s., ' ....... I o .how he e.nnmu of 1. , breeduiit, we h ase the record to orosr ihni.,...f 1... '. 11,..:.. 1... " iJ """ ".."." 5 raiseu bs ? ........ ........ .....r c.i toiu inr no uhie M..... number of co UabelonBiBK lo o,l,er part,,, uv a tod lor Jaoo to Ji.ttH, Also lire ol Jerri I ir,,t the sio..,..., Season, nt .v Ml SineII - .un RINGOLD. 1 L'rt-a- Tom. Hobinson C 8 jr. 11 JACO! 1 I " Mam-uioth- s, 1 I SILAS VAT7GHA1T, ' 'sssssssosstss Why Is II liniier alou nlwa)s conipl.unini; about that continual tired letllti? One bottle of licks' illiiod Puriiltir and Ulued Maker will remiivt this leelliiff, give llutm .1 unwlappetit a.ui ri'Kulatu dl;e.t!on. A. It, l'uiiiy, DiuiK1"! hit I of Dr. Win. A. Ilnm is, with Stock committed to my care and breeding will iniilltl, the wurld.faml Hpeclslitt in ilmil Disaasas, riininpstin, tlmnrnat I'ticbol- - receive my personal .mention. ("russ furnished wit, .1 , .11. Iliirlclpy, D.j.,e,litorof tlm ChrUtian at reasonable- ratet, to be paid for before removal .. or .1.1 .Idroeiti f'l.A- - 1 .. Hleliiiril.l'roelor, the HcientU'. 01 tiocic. t..i.iii... ct' iiu icM'Utitiiriiuv lur lions. . IV. Astnr, .IiiiImd f lllimiii, V. capes. I'artinif with stock forfeits Insiiriince. lit II III It . nnd Othnrs. lUIIlfc limt fn. Ii Judnb 14 J.SI'KHLK CARPI'.NTKR. Prof. A. J.UIlsiJTTJ:. SI17 I'lliU Ave. Ti. V. i.ri-fiiiii. MVVIIJ1-II111 SlOTo Insure a Living Colt. Wallace at $12.50; Tom at $10, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Ilei. black syiih white tonus ,,J I. 6 )e.ft old a siiiu for Jack colt and $15 for Jennet, JACO it ..,.,...,.,, ,, rnuru foil netler Hisettt.t the Lien retained im all colts If any ami mare it to another horse or truled the seaton will be due. Grast furnlthed at U per mouth. Care will be taken to present accidents or escapes but no responsibility should an) tKeur. W. S WIOIIAM, .Mereland, Ky. '7 iianvillc . 11 be most noted Jacks In Lincoln andosir the iet of Host., conn m."l.,. ;'irj'.P5, r. ",'."I'"K ",c m'" ,,ftur ' .1.- -.i then tine Care liken to nioveni 7i.. w ill not be reapottilhle slimjlil ' I7-- tt ay1;. k '" .,..,t..,. .., r. wcjod.s, Stinford Ky fT' "