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Tlio unexpected nml rtiitli o( tlio vast innvu-f- l of, wiitor through tlio narrow valluy, licfuruj I ..... . ..,,,1 i .1 t . t ........ ft.a.1.1...... WHICH IIUUtU.1.. lUlWUtn, nn Ulinrti i ..! niiu . t. i ti i IlllUUiwuriv ui ini-i-. n.inj nil llll' iniprviwi-us ainw wltli like front-wor- k, tliu ntljrlit of tlio cU'inontH w lien thu Cre-nto- r withdrawn-- His rentnitiiinj luiiulnnil irrinlU tlii'in to ravajro ud drntroy. Tlio iuMnntuncoun collnpito of villain mul towns, of itrent factories, of Mutely editl-- i ,', ces, of luxurious dwelling, along tilth the huniblo dwellings of tho poor, has ntlorded an instantaneous photograph of devastation and ruin tho llko of which, it is to bo hoped, this generation will never soo again. The frightful loss of life cannot be conveyed to the mind In figures. Tho dlsjister Is overpowering. Tho mind cannot granp it all at once, any more than it ran conceive the rush of a planet through space, or the trackless any-thiti-' Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY. JUNE 7, 4889. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. i M tA NO. 34 l$ - Anyone having a cony of Bryant & Strattou's Couutiughouso Bookkeeping belonging to H. M. Peacock will obligo Fifty dojw Imvo boon killed luring by leaving same at postolllce. If it was known that the Iord (?) ' thu week. Come once to Much interest is being taken in the would visit our city on next Sunday, as toHo visited Johnstown one week ago propool collide building. .Tallies li.iker, of Pino Hill, Bold half day, there would be no divine service hold in bincater that day. of his farm to George Dooii for $.300. Prof. . I. C. Gordon has gone to HeMr. Sl.iry II. Payne, of tho Quail neighborhood, died of eoiimiinptioii last bron to spend a few weeks. Mrs. K. I). Potts, of Mnnnotiuiiti, N. J., is visiting week. i. ...., i.i... Mrs. W. G. Dunlap and attending the ti... i.:.. i, .. 1...1. i.... ip" church building at Itrod head e hht cloinir exercises of Garrard College. , A prompt and generous response inches on John McPherson, a brakeman, for- should meet tho demands of the greatest Who offer benefit merly of this county, was killed on the American disaster. Let Lancaster move Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, om-and send substantial aid to our K. C. at Fort Kstill Monday. at We Caps, Coiiaiderablo interest mid some ex- wretched and famishing brethren who citement In school trustees election jn are suffering in the desolated Conemaugh Valley nml sorely need our help. most of tho districts in our county .M. C. Williams Capt. Clam, tT. S. Deputy Marshal, was elected in hns been in town several days making it the town district. James Fmzer, living at .Siltks, was lively for parties violating the liquor struck by a freight train Monday morning laws. A number of them Imvo been We offer do Low .weeh to and knocked into the ditch. Ho was tried before U. S. Commissioner It. A. been some hiuih. It distances between considerably scratched up but not Beri- - Hurnside and sent to Louisville for furis the minor details rather which oiled Cur- oivsly injured. He was walking along ther trial. Colonels Dan West and us most, because wo can realize them! the tmek and had something like a fit rcy Mullins, both colored, are "in the moro jtorfectly. Tho mangled and swolBOtip." and dropped on the niifs. len corpses rescued from tho raging Wo hear n great deal of talk about Tommy Adams, of Gnrrard, spent Hood, or plucked from the cruel tire, tho last week here with friends. Joe Adams submitting to the will of the Lord, but long lines of trenches into which the is assisting we have never known flood or calamity the agent at your place it dead must necessarinlly bo promiscuoustape-boun- d, Vests 20c, 80c; Doc Calloway and J. 6. llolbrook of any kind coming from tho 1jrd as is ly interred, many of them unrecognized, of Livingston, were here in tho lumber claimed that those who asserted It was 75c 30c; 20c, are but extracts taken here and there business Monday. Owing to tho busi- a holy nml wise work of tho Lord, did Cellufrom tho long chapter of horrors. Tho ness engagements" Mr. Cress, of the Sig- not immediately take to their heels for 5c, 20c; Caps lQc infinite jnitho of tlm thought of tender nal, could not attend the press meeting. the purpose of escaping with their lives JVew Goods every women and their little children whirled Pat Welsh is at home. James Stephens (that he was after) anil preventing the We Lowest awoy by tho angry Hood iimn parting is at IJcrea. will of the Iord being done. We linve lloora, or crumbling roofs, or other pernever seen christian resignation, except What Kisses Have Done. fidious suptKjrU, calling In vain for the where some one elso was the suflerer. That a kiss has been of importance in Wo havo help that man was powerlww to give, never known u husband or Htiireriiii! death thrice over from terror i history wo all know, and that woman's wife to bo sincerely thankful for tho A. URBANSKY, and cold, until dashed against some ob-- 1 kisses have made and unmade, kingdoms. death of one or the other, unless the etrttction or engulfed in tho pitiless j The most famous of kisses always seem surviving husband or w ife had n very Main 8tM 91. SALINGER, ' waves; of men, women and children to mo that one, or that many, bad heart and was anxious to get rid of among the ruins, or in tho mud ' en by tho Duchess of Gordon when she the deceased. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Cawht at Last. Father (shouting 31. left by the receding waters, for the iunn- - recruited an entire regiment, the Gordon Tho commencement exercises of imate forms of wives, husb.iuds, broth- - Highlanders, better known as tho Nino-ar- Garrard College were held in the Chris- down stairs in nn angry manner) "Ma Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, ry i subject to the action of the Democratic party by having each man take tho sisters or children; tho unutterable tian church nt '0 o'clock Wednesday Klec.ion August, 1800. Stanford, ky. Mary (who is with her beau, who has left nlono by the tin- - ' "Queen's shilling" from between her morning. Although grief of survivors tho weather had happy fite of nil that were dear to them teeth, so that ho had, if ho wanted, a been so disagreeable for some days pre- been waiting on her for about tUreo 1? l"ArT?DQ Traders, Horsemen and Weill drilled to order and Pumps furnished t years) "Yes, sir." il. JLllVL CillO. Stockmen ot the counties these nn matters that como homo to good opportunity to kiss her. It is factory prices. vious, tho morning broke bright and ot Marion ISovIe, Linioln, Garrard and Wa.liiiijj-to3" In nt F. "Is Mr. Slowcoach there ?" give us some idea, most unnecesMtry to say that tho will find all the news relating to matters of inhearts of nil, and balmy and long before tho appointed terest to them in the A M. "Yes, sir." of tho scene of desolation and nwo into ' laddies, who fought so well at Waterloo, hour the largo building was filled to H. M. WILSON, the leading paper of AU V F. "Is ho proposing to you, that he is Central Kentucly, issued luusdayand Friday of which thu lately happy valley of the did not resist tlio charm of a lovely With ovcrilowlng. When the "sweet girl gradeach wrek.Jj per j ear. Send 50 cents and try it ' staying so late?" man'tt mouth. However, n'inemler the has been transformed. The lor three months. Address II. G. Uoyle, Iluslneis uates," preceded by tho board of trus15 M. (to Mr. Slowcoach, in a frightened & BOYD i MatUKcr, Damillc, Ky. flito of Sodom and Gomorrah, when tho kiss in vogue, and just remember this, and their teachers, tiled down the tees "HI, tvlfif cl. ..11 T t, '' wrath of Heaven had smitten It, could too: .uanuiaciurcrs 01 fine Saddles ana Harness in aisle and took their places on tho platYou will find, ny dear !), tint the desilv.priicd Mr. 5. (trembling in bis boots) "Say every style and finish known to the trade. Race ucarcely have bon worse. C.-- J. and Trotting Kauinmentsa. specialty. form, thoy looked out ou a sea of taces, kiss yes." No. u Kast Mam Street, I. KXINGTON, Ky, Which with rapture )uu snatched from the hill- - while fluttering fans and rustling ribbons II a vr. You a Motiikk? Have you a! F. "All right, all right; excuse me. together with n profusion of rare and S. O. DAVIS, Tell him ho can have you. Uless you mother? If so, lienor nml lovo her. If It sweeter by far than the legalized kisses ivmcw?Yf r ' mtTtci ,...;.- - :,t.nn costly tlowors to lend their beauty and VPssiWUVil) Tt)MW ViLW?CVti'ViLW she is aged, do all in your jiower to You give the tameglrl when )ou'vo made her a both, my children. Ife needn't hurry PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, fragrance to tho siene, made the occasion Injiiry.removeaFreclc-wacui.aJ'' Mr. awav." Doston Courier. cheer her declining years. Her hair Pimloa, Liver-Mole- s, This is slangy, but it is the sad, sad one long to bo remembered. The gradueyes may have iv v. may have blanched, her ples, Black-HeadSunburn and ating class was composed of Miss Fannie Apollinaris Water comes from a ' dimmed, her brow may contain deep truth. Office next door to Whitehead's Drue Store. Tan. A few applications will render the Do you know how to kiss? If you are Shugars, subject, "Wo have reached in the Ahr Valley, in Prussia. The Special attention given to dueases of children most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and nml unsightly furrows, her checks may white. Viola Cream is not a paint or i iiful and semi- - what seemed the summit;" Miss Luln spring first came into notice about 40 forget a man you give a bo sunken, but you should never powder to cover dafects, but a remedy to cure. Sandifer, subject, "'Tis always morning years ago. It belongs to the class of carUmlioIvloveni.il tender caro Mio has l comiescemung sumo nmiis questioiinnti somewhere;" Miss Maggie Jennings, subIt is 8iiicrior to all other preparations, and bonated alkaline waters which are so ' mnkeiionnswer. lfyouarea woman you is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At had for'vou. In vears gone bv she has ladies beneficial in correct! us: any preponder- ject, "Only one life." The young or mailed for 60 cents. Prepared by I kissed awav from'vour cheeks the tron. lmiirli n merry laugh and wonder what . ...... i. Huu ii faced the vast audience wjth great com Hi.i--. ,.f auui :.. .1... muiiinui, ...,,i u ivc- - am. ;nui i,o.u m my yard.quality of Jellico, Uly G. O. BITXiXTSR Sc CO., ..i.. on hand a No. t Leave your orders at hn's soothed and petted kind of kiss you are .peeled to be ii in me bled tears, she TOLEDO, OHIO. "".".''.,"'" ""'""?' II.lt" Why, tlio latest, of posure and the esstys gave evidence of sessos. moreovei. tie julvantairu oi an .T In HICGINS. when all else appeared against vohj J. For Salt nt McRoberts k State's, Stanford, Ky. 3 Star ford Ky Al"1 il your sweet-wit- much careful and thorough training. The agreeable flavor and an unusual degree she has watched over ami nursed you ,,wr to stoop over you and kis you just music, under tho direction of Prof. F. F. of ollervescence, which is not transient only to n' a tender pim known ear. u you are Marshall and Mis Nellie Wheeler, was in its character. mother; she has t,ympathizud with von imck i yoursuou-iiKwise that is wliero yon put a little per- far better than that ordinarily tendered 1 hare secure! in Adversity; alio his boon proud of your Sekcxkly Skcuui:. Sympathizing nage Maker and the icrvice. ot toa competent Caram prepared do any and all especialnil fume, and the chances are that he will on such occasions anil we were kinds of repairinc to Uuggies, Carriages, Ac. hucccss. You may bo dispised by ly glad to note tho evident appreciation Friend Weren't you awfully scared Work entrusted to me will have my personal u. nround you, yet that loving mother kiss you not once but twice there, and penision. All Work irunrnnteed. Prirr. rM.nn. of the audience, made manifest by their when you saw that fellow had you cover- 'able. VM. DAUGHERTY. Manila ns ijn apologist for ail your short- tell you that kissing you is like putting ed with a pistol ? one's lips to the heart of a gieat red quiet and respectful attention during the comings. With nil thnt disinten-steI lard ware Man I was at first1 until I of each number on the proHARRY A. EVANS, would it not bo ungrateful in rose, y This is natural in him, but it rendition rr'nnt7iil tln Min iw tin. nun I ftnlil tlm shows that he does not realize thu dif gramme. you if in her declining years you fall to ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, This report would be incompleto If we dav before for SI .30. Then I wiled in c& CO., reciprocate her love and honor her ns ference between u kiss mado pel feet by STANFORD, KV. of Prof. J. and kicked the stulling out of him. Tor by na- failed to mention the address e havo no re- art and that which Is ilnwer-likyour best tried friend? re Haute Kxprcs HUSTONVILLE, KY. delivering tho diplomas to I Engineering- and Surveying in spect for a man or woman who neglects ture. What do mean? That tho next II. Skinner in thing to kissing a tlower Is kissing u ba- the graduates. It was both beautiful corner-stonof n new coloied The Are still In the business and ready to do anyan Branches. an aged mother, if you havo a mother, thing in the Undert.il.lujr lin. We have a full by. You tuka that in your uruis, you and appropriate and altogether tho best church at Flemingsbiirg was laid recentstock of Cat. en and Casket of all kinds and Kobes love her and do all In your power to Our hearse, which is nearly of every we ever heard on a similar occasion. ly and some money and valuables placed nuke her happy. Christian at Woik. look in its clear eyes eyes that have new can be obulncJ v,n short notice. Mr. J. I) never been saddened by looking on anyGreeu has chire of eur business and will show The discovery was made SaturThomas Jell'erson once satd: "Tho therein. our goods to any one needing anything in our We Last year there j.nssed through tho thing but thu pleasures of life you put public will never bo made to believe day that the stone had been pried out .and hae opened an ice depot on' Lancaster street Hue ta.lf will keep Suez canal :i, 111) vessels, representing n your lips to its rosebud of a mouth and that the appointment of a relative is with a crowbar and tlio valuables stolen. Cure Lake Ico constaiitl)toii hand a tull supply of Mavsvillo Uulletiii. All tho fleets of then you kiss it, and then you know tonago of tf:H7,9r7. At II Cents? per Pound, made on tho ground of merit alone, unIn quantities over fie pounds. Now U the time to A TVT'P'E.'R. Tyro and Sidon when thoy boru tho that you have inhaled the perfumo of a influenced by family views; nor can make ngn.jeincnts for the seisoa Ducklcn'c Arnica Salve. w (lower tlio tlower of the Hock. of tho world were insignifi' commerce MJNNULLKY S: HAMPTON. lilFi 1 he best t.iltein tho world for ruts, bruises, they over see witli approbation ofilces, .. Gmphic. cant compared to the above and tho ar-rO tho disposal of which thoy intrust to sores ulcers, sjlt rheum, fctcr fores, tetter.chap-- i ,.... .. 6HIGKEN t.... r.... iiu. l. gos.es o. if ci.eo. i. , Jm th) t.lttlI1M1Bll0 orop 0f Knill,.0 thuir presidents for public purposes, di ped hands, chilblain, corns and nit skin erup- -- STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. lion, and positively cures piles, or no pay requirIlm-s- t fabrics and richest 8p.ces,.ciaduidM dies tho u vided out iih family property. All ertons wishing a pleasant life and well ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, gold from Oph.r and sandal wood from nmou,t(H, to 7,57o,,,2 ,,ottI,s am, , pleased wife let them use rutcn Flour mail nl Cholera Cure ! Kt pr money rctunded I'ricu 55 ctnts Fer Stanford Holler Mills. Call for it at your gro' al..B..k ll.l...i..i WU.U Ul.b flkllL'lll UlllillH Hill 1885 it was 8n,:!0a,t)3:i bottles, the great1 San Francisco boasts of a young lady Kor sale by A. R. I'entiy, Stanford, Ky. 1"VIU oi.v...n Illl'ailllU. cery, and if they have not got it on hand, urge them to keep it, or get an order from them and their burdens but cartloads contrasted est yield ever known. When It is re- blacksmith who can shoe a horso as well get it at the .Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant Unanimous. The Verdict tho commerce that seeks tlio Ori-- j membered that wine has been a staple as any man. She fs five feet three inchwith and interesting Inmily. ! V. D. Suit, druggist, llippus, Ind., testifies: W, POTTS. Superintendent. ont every week of tlio year. Ono day n and principle crop of franco since before es tall, handsome and well built. She can recommend Lltcttic Hitters as the very best ?3 with the work remedy, Exery bottle sold has watched a blacksmith at his canal will connect tho Atlantic I relief In tho invasion of tho Franks and of tho once R. B. Pacific on tlio Western hemisphere, and asked to bo shown how it was done. ' cry case. One in. took six bottles jnd was cured Huns, an increase of production to the bringing nations closer together and amount of 150 per cent, in !J0 years, is She tried it and made such a Biurets of Uheumatiain of 10 )ears standing." Abraham 1.ire, drug;"', Mcllvville, Ohio, affirms: "The best SUCCESSOR TO cementing tho brotherhood of man. that sho has sjneo taken up tho trade. selling medicine I have ever handled in my ao ono of tho wonders of tho presont rapid J,ouisvillo Times. years' experience Is L'lectric Hitters." Thousands M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, "What's the of othars Caukk and F.ikeit. . hae added their testimony, so that the asked. As U.stiAiNi.v Ckkatuiik. Man is nn verdict is unanimous that Klectric Haters do cura injures a tret) or vine to cut mutter?" tho It never 511 4TH AVICNUE, "Hack's sore, ma'am." alt diffuses of the Liver, Kidneys or Hood. Only ungainly creature at the best. His Jiead the dead wood at any season of the year. half dollar a bottle at A K. Penny's dru; store. l "What iimdu it sore?" is an irregular splicruid, his eye's aro not Now that tho leaves aro our it is an easy LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. "Pop pounded his thumb with the alike, or of equal otlioicncy; his whiskers matter to distinguish tho dead limbs. Is Consumption Incurablo ? is Twigs and bushes should also be care- hatchet this morning and I laughed." won't grow uniformly. Ono shoulder Ken! the following; Mr. C. It, Morris, New The Nobbiest & Most Stylish aZ ' ark, Ark , s.ijs: "Was down with Abscess of higher than tho other; one hand or foot fully looked over and trimmed of dead Kpoch. -v " Slock of Lungs, and friends und phjsicians pronounc-- I the larger than tho other, and this on oppo- branches, thus allowing moro room for Thott sands of dollars worth of Ludw Ig Vonhinkelsteinhausenbloser, cd me me nn Incurable consumptive, lUtf.in t.tk. :hickens die every year from Choi site sides his hips, (If ho has any), aro grow th of new wood. of Cincinnati, has probably the longest Int; Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, ra It is more fatal to chickens th?r unequal in shape. Tho calves of his legs am now on my third bottle und able to oversee the The great wall of China is fast passing name in tho United States, but he work on my farm. It Is the finest medicine ever JXML C15X 6) ill other diseases combined. But the twins in anything but age; ami aro not into a state of decay. It was built of blue doesn't seom to mind tho alilictiou at made." Jesse Mlddlcwart, Decatur, Ohio, shjs: hver without his tailor, hatter and bootmaker, brou;ni to the city ol Louisville, now open Jiscovery of n rciueuy uut posith'tlj all. On the contrary, he is proud of it, "Had It not been for Dr. King's New DUcovury including the ;uns it has been made, arid ti be conanimal. Ogden Ar- brick and has held its own for L',000 and scornfully refuses to change it. ho is a for Consumption I would have died of Lung years. It stretched over all kinds of sur- vinced of its(efficacy only requires a gus. Troubles. Wns ifiven up tiy doctors. Am now KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS faces and across 1,500 miles of country, bottle is enough foi trial. A The Pride of Woman. in the best of health '' Sample bottles free at And also my own importation of Unglish Hats one hundred chickens. You Cannot Afford and it was ."0 feet high and 15 feet wide. A elenr nearlv and transparent skin is always a A. H Penny's drug store. It is guar, and Caps. An elegant line ot Canes and Lyon's persons troubled wjtlill pure At this season of the year to bo without a gmd re of anteed If, after using,two-thircgood men all remind us that tlcnofgreasy,blood, and all Lives of Celebrated Umbrellas always ou hand. I'm as- yellow .n dark, liaUe diarrhoea la'.ain In the house, asx cramps, if ttfhv s if f a bottle, the buyerisjjib't thoioughly nu cannot do more. wt can tell our sured that their blo.d orisblotched skin A. few do.es a and all Infliiinniatioii of the itm oat of order. , colic, diarrhoi ,e , alwuy, Lomlliamns SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, satisfied with it as a'c'ufe for Chicken That neighbors how Ganter'a chicken cht.l ra of ach and bowels ate exceedingly dangerous If not Hess' Wood V''.v & Hloou Maker III re- - aUmt u comintu, llred Uels . 0llH toUle of of llegss' Hum euro restored our cnieKens, that were moro tnu cause anu inc skin win uecumc Cholera, return it to' the uhdei signed Olio bottle attended to nt once. Orders out- , s'"r,nu Items' lllood i'urirlor mid Dlno.1 Maker will en- - Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. , sick fiiougl to die tO perfect lieilltll und viur nmncy will be refunded. rhoea ItnUarn will do more good irf cases of the .Id. of city solicited, perfect satl.factlor H.nn. if itfuilrt VOtir iiionoy will Iwl' u"viiSVoV.m!h,.ni TtUfu kind than any other medicine on earth. We guar, j ami that l)V For by sale McRoberts & Slagg, Stanford aad tetfulute digestion. A. It. Penny, Urugylst. teed Don't fail to order a NOB IJV HAT. 21 ly Ut McKoborts it fetdll". refunded i K. I'vuny, Drugaist. . l'e"ny. Urr.rS' A It. Twins at Tom llnyus'. No prisoners in. our jail. llrodhcnd lias Sunday mailn. The Johnstown Calamity. Tho tllsAKtur in tlti) Conuimuiuli Vnl ! MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. If You Want to Praetiee Economy at the ill 1 ' iim-hv- LOUISVILLE STORE! ,,,.,,,;,,., you the of their remarkable advantages of buying and selling, for cash, Dry Bats, Trunks, Carpets, $c. are .'jut-unla- y. Determined Our Stock Shall Co, Prices will it. waiting for, If this the public what they have of our extraordinary Reductions and few-day- worth at Lace Curtains, Of values: Ladies Ribbed at a pair, worth $1.25; Men's Gauze Shirts at worth Men's fancy Balbriggan Underwear at $1 a Suit, worth $2; Men's loid Collars at worth Children's Lace upwards. from promise day and always the Prices. u THE LOUISVILLE STORE I Propletor; Stanford. Manager. F. Brlnkley JL1 glv-hunti- t, nil, J nl-th- o n g-.- J)AlA I THOMPSON , willing-miss- fMUJIOLACREAM ir--jjrxr' I t mt. vkr: or, fiSiJZo 1 1 s, I semi-sco- J77-t- f. ' Attention, Coal Burners. ac-yo- u i.-.- HI"1 ". .o r.: drag-cis- ts '""""' h e 2TOTIGEI j I e J. T. STTTTOIT j - e ICE! ICEI ICBI 34-t- New-Yor- f -- ... .- e 1 1 if w ' .. i ev-- 111 GEOGEGHAN, I 1 school-mistres- s I cssgsF .A ,' . J icar a s T Ky sisasaw JsaSi" sorry-lookin- g world-renown- I 5o-cen- s r.-v-t vv i ( ime ( ' I' .,. !- -- ff ,.' '4 j Lr.ws?''-- iVA ? 11-- 1 mPi i.ti 1H 14 O' I rff?M Id trade items. A. C. SINE. ,J.N. MENEFEE. The English Denmwas won by the .:i great colt Donovan, kteuel r.iuur,) LonXOalk .Wheat is nid to bo badly damaged Miss hillio'IIuli was murdered by to do being seeo'nd and third. Donovan' by Iho lly. wmwmw-mwmwmwmmn was the favorite. rejected lover at Monticello, 111. Dealer In' D. N. Prkwitt bought of John 1889 June Stanford Ky.. O. Weston and Deputy Dr. It. T. Kninsoy has been appointBright 21 lambs nt$T. Sheiilf Buck Stanley were arrested at ed examining surgeon at London. . W. Good saddle horso for sale. G. G. Hose has been appointed post- Logansport, Ind., charged with violating Carpenter, Milledgeville. Etc., W. F WALTON. L.ntl.8. master at Hurgin, vice Floyd Burks, re tho election laws. E. P. Woods bought in Marlon J53XT) BX.XHTDS ! Mr. P. M. Arthur, Chief of the moved. county ill) mule colts at $75 to $07.50. Tills is what the Loulsvillu lost says Phil Thompson has won another Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer, Mouldings, Brackots and Scroll Work, Bohon, of Mercer, bought in Ander about Judge Boyd's liuving tlio editor of suit at Washington with a $10,000 fee at- is reported to have said that under no son county a d of nged mules at this paper indirted: "Editor Walton, of tach incut. circumstances or conditions, will he ever $1(50. Oedar and Locust Posts. the Inteiuoh Journal, tins liwn indicthas appointed Alex- sanction another strike. The President James Pepples sold to Walker A DoWt wll carry a lull ttock found, in l.nmlicr Yard. says it will take Tho Courier-Journed by tho Lnurel county grand jury for ander Reed, of Wisconsin, to be consul ty, of Lancaster, a combiuod mare for A C SINK, llutincM Mnctr. .'10 days to clear up tho debris was at Dublin. 10,000 men criminal libel. Tho indictment $115. found nt tho instance of Judge Boyd, Fire destroyed CO buildings at Jack at Johnstown and that laborers are badJ. E. Bruce delivered Tuesday 45 because Walton stilted that the judge sonville, Flo., on tho Sth insU, causing n ly wanted at $2 a day and board to go lambs to Dave Prewitt averaging 72) lbs, republi- loss of $200,000. immediately to work at it. suppressed indictments against at tl cts. Tho coroner's inquest in'the Crouin cans charged with election frauds. The At Pattryville J. B. Deweese.a prom-ineIt, B. Wilson's livery Btublo burned case has developed more circumstantial judge may be able to send the editor to trader, was shot dead by Isalh at Lexington with H valuable horses; evidence against Alexander Sullivan. jail and vent his personal spleen upon b,SI 'liC lr IC cure, ull bloo.l dtawi, ,uch a. Scrofula, lletr. 1'implc. Ulcerated Thioat, a mail carrier. loss $1(1,000. Ac .'.'".".Mr1 i,,Jf'PA,I.,l.,.t..i,',' '" " y "t, I'ric Ji per bottle. him, but we beg to fnform him that ho AtSpringlleld.Ill., Mrs. J. Arnold Tho testimony was to the effect thatCro- HAMS IKON 111! ll.RMthemot pleatant to Ncrl, the Iron tonic. It cure Dyipepm Wyatt Hughes sold last week 20 bar- it Klve n ke.m appetite, nitii he the hluxl, regulate lake of til nd , the liver impart new enemy to the mingle has tackled a double action killed her husband, nin had told a number of his friends rels of corn shot and instantly irm Price i iw tmlllo. at $2.10 in tho crib. Dan and iicnnu UATMHI"! WORM SYRl!' U mde of the l.et worm killer and epellr known to the medand if he comes otl ret best it will be who was abusing her. that if he was murdered it would bu at ville Advocate. ical proleion and therefore tccotnniend. itnlf. Ill plca.int to take, mfe and relUMe. I'ric t J the only case of tho kind on record." Charles L. Knapp, of New York, has Sullivan's instigation. T. J. Boiling, of Pulaski, has bought per oottlc (JATUI-'PMAGNETIC I'lI.t.S for all Liver Complaint, Impaired Diueitlon, Sick Headache, The Democracy of Washington Ter of various been appointed Consul General at Mon Trier parties in this county a bunch Ac. Act a catharticlt.r tale tn as cent per hoi, From the number of applications that .Manufaclurvd and die trado by tr.e ritory have more than a lighting chance of treal by the President. 2 and !! year-old cts. cattle at 2J have been made for passes for transporHon. Jefferson D.ivis, president of to carry tho election next fall when the McCluro & Wilson, of Marion, pur WIIJLIAMS1MJKG DRUG CO., WlIllniuHburK, Ky. tation, the Kentucky Press Association Confederate States, celebra- Constitution is to be adopted and Statu chased In this and Boyle counties u the citrj in session at Owensboro will bu the officers elected. Woman Suffrage and ted his 81st birthday Tuesday. load of agud mules at $K!0 to $100. largest in attendauco for years. It is An editor arrested at Pembroke, Ky. Prohibition and the division of tho FedA. T. Nunnelley bought of parties next to impossible for tho average rural for drunkenness, attacked nnolllcer with eral pie have torn the grand old party in the Hubble vicinity a lot of hogs, to resist the temptation of going rooster into fragments in that section. a sword concealed in his cane. weight about 200 ;ouuds at 4 cents. where women and wine are in abunlegislature of New Hampshire Tho About 100 cattle at Cynthiiina on t DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. dance and especially so when there are Wednesday elected David II. Goodell, court day. Yearlings sold at 2J to .1 cts. charges attached. no beEveryone express themselves as republican, for governor of the State. per pound anil calves at $10 tn Ml per ing well pleased with the commence- head. Neil S. Brown, son of tho The Liberty Press is tho name of a DRUGS, BOOKS, "TATIOJJRY, "Cof Tennessee was run over by a ment exercises of Caldwell college. six column folio weekly just published About 200 cattle at Winchester on u W. J. Bohon offered at public sale FANCY ARTICLES, &0 Lil)crty, in Casey county. Mr. II. S. switch engine at Nashville and killed. at court day, gubd steers of 1,150 pounds At Bichmond, Ind., the wife of Her- Tuesday his house and lot on Lexington bringing 1.75 to $:j.l)2 per cwt; 411 steers PhyticUn Douglas is its editor and the first copy pretcripticn iccurately compounded. reflects credit alike o.i the editor for a man Kollstedt shot and fatally wounded street, but failed to elfect a sale. He weighing 000 brought $3.50. goodly amount of interesting reading herself. Grief over the loss of a child will go to Decatur, Ills, to engage in the For Sale, privately, my farm of 150 dry goods business with his brother. matter and on the quaint little town for was the cause. acres, just north of McKinney Station, Miss McDonald Richie's musicale at Neil Brown. Jr.. Reading Clerk of a large advertising patronage. It is dem AddreM or call on A. C. Dunn, at Mc- THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, of Representatives, was run the Opciii House Monday night was well Kinney or It. Viinarml.de, at Stanford. ocratic in principles as well as in appear the House CCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. over by u railroad train at Nashville and attended and everybody felt doubly paid ance. There is a little stir hero in tobacco Ever brought to thit market. Price lover than for their time and money. The pupils instantly killed. circles. Saturday afternoon Capt. W. E. There is some tdk nf nominating living near Bethel, acquitted themselves in such a manner Sitnms sold 150,000 pounds of his laxt the toweit. Walchei, Clock and Jewelry He. Mrs. Sue Peters, paired on ilionjnoilce and warranted. Woodford G. Dunlap for Suite treasurer nearly lost her life through poison ad- as to show they had been instructed by year's crop to Stevens & Siple, Ripley, since Mr. Barret has declined to accept. ministered in a cup of tea by n colored an able teacher. O., at 8 to 10c. This was considered one j Perhaps Mr. Dunlap could stand the de- girl whom she had raised. The marriage of Miss Alma Craig to of the tlnest and largest crops in the feat as easily ns any of the rest could, Hon. Roger Q. Mills announces that Dr. Alexander Irvine took place at the countv. Bourbon News. but wo hardly "believe he will bo promot- he is not now and will at no time become bride's home Thursday evening. The An agricultural society and trotting. ed sufficiently to enjoy the defeat of a candidate for governor of Texas, but bride is n daughter of John J. Craig and Dealer In horse association has been organized at such n responsible office. proposes to continue the fight for tariff is an intelligent, amiable and popular Winchester with a capital of $7,000. young lady. Dr. Irvine is a son of Wil- There will be a reform ! track and tliej By an unaccountable slip of the pen Pat Cleary, who murdered Jesse liam Irvine, of this county. He gradua- association will enter the Kentucky Fair) this paper got John Mason Brown ami Tn brokeu ut LincoIn Ks.. Mon ted at Centre College and has since been Circuit. Is is hoped that everything will ' STANFORD, KY, John oung Brown fearfully mixed in,, H(j wM hhot nnJ npturcd living in Mound City, Mo. Dr. C. B. II be gotten readv for a fair next spring the last issue. The one is a kid glove by citizens, who then hanged him to a Martin officiated. -M- ai.io.s-Cocut Jm, republican, the other u democratic fore- railroad bridge. Trie 2t)th annual commencement of mid HchI Inzebrooks ruportH a biimII crowd in man worthy of any man's steel. A. T. Rogers was shot and killed and Caldwell College was held in the Second tow ami very little lock on the market. 1111(1 Wltlflfaw Mftmlou his wife seriously injured by a burglar Presbyterian church Tuesday night. All Hold ut fair priecH except a pair of ,' NEWS CONDENSED. at their home In Topeka, Kas. The bur- The graduates were Emily Rico Cowan, mules withdrawn. One lot of .18 scrub Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers Stock is Louisville has sent nearly 10,000 to glar was captured and hanged to a tele- Danville; Anna Hendricks, Somerset; Emewes brought $2.50 n bead without the the Johnstown flood sufferers. full and complete. Wo call special attention to our ma Crawford Nichols, Danville; Caszad lambs. pole by indignant citizens. graph .Milk cowh sold from $25 tot A negro burglar was shot by a It is now said that the imprisoned Briscoe Rupley, Perryville. The saluta- S13.50; pluj; horses from Slo to C0. young lady named Crosthwait at Lex- horse thief, Woodrufr. has added anoth- tory was read bv Miss Emma Nichols, btandnrd fc Tunes. ington. er statement to his many contradictory subject, "Fact Versus Fancy." The valThe best Casket of the kind ever invented. Near Ottawa, O., a farmer named confessions, in which he implicates Al- edictory was read by Miss Emily Cowan, Wllfin fliO ITiruliil-- fri1fii1 un Maidlen was beaten by highwaymen and exander Sullivan in the Cronin murder. subject, "No Endeavor is in Vain, its to bis father's bouse he starts a domestic ' Embalming under tho most approved method when desired. robbed of SI 50. At tho meeting of the Democratic Reward is in the Doing." An address game of Every time the young J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmor. Charles Haynes was arrested at State Central t onimittee at Lexington was made by Leon II. Vincent, Phila- man settles down the old man settles up. 111., on a charge of robbing Tuesday Chrisman, ' Mr. W. P. Kimball was unani delphia, subject, "Carlyle." For some IS.tltimoro American. . his wife and mously elected secretary. Various plans reason the other graduates did not read Tho most eastern point of the United The Kentucky Dentists are in Con- for the campaign this fall were discuss- their esseys. The diplomas were delivvention at Louisville and tho tooth ex- ed. ered by Dr. C. B. II. Martin in a few ap- States is Quoddy Head, Me.; the most tractors are there in swarms. Mrs. Mollie Corwin, who was grant- propriate and well selected words. Tho northern point is Point Harrows, Alaska;; It is telegraphed from Chicago that ed a divorce a few days ago from her 7th music was furnished by Saxton & Trost's the most western Alton Island, and the most pouthern Key West. Working Spokane, tho great Kentucky Derby husband, is in jail at Shelbyville, Ind., Orchestra, of I.exingtou. from these four points, many will bo stir had broken down in his work for killing William Palmer and shooting winner, prised when they locate the geographic' MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. at that track. his father, Gideon Palmer, while they til centre of the United States. Notwithstanding a draft of $20,000,-00- 0 were trying to kick in the door of her K. V. One of the surprises in the marriagSun. for pensions, the surplus in the treas- house. es soon to take place is that nf Mr. W. ury was increased during tho month of Gov. Hill has vetoedtthe high license T. Knbinson, of this county, to Miss MoNo Timk to Loik. Subscriber' (to Mav to the amount of $8,702,877. bill lately adopted by the legislature. By ra Miller, of Louisville. Tho marriage editor) "Has your paper a large cir The schooner Isaac Houston is so doing the go.vernor deprives New will take place June 12th. Danville Ad- culiitiou, Mr. Shears?" i in two and gone York of a most excellent law, he gives to vocate. Editor "Enormous !" down near Milwaukee, in the storm of the temperance people a chance to howl Miss Nannie Coffey, of Waynecoun-ty- , Subscriber -- "Why don't you swear to , Friday night. Sixteen lives were lost. j and he does an injury to the liquor trafic who lias frequently visited Miss Ma the circulation ?" Lamar county, Texas was swept by in tho State Editor "Itecntistf it's all I can do to ' ry Jones here, wns married yesterday a cyclone which did much damage toi r!inPf,,i r,.,,,,!,!:,,,, nt Wnci,ir. morning at l'ineville to Mr. James Ellison, fold and nwil it." Life. crop fences and houses. No fatalities nre in,HKant over tho appointment of of Williamsburg, by Klder Green Cluv It is the horse that makes tho Ken are reported, uiougti u numoer oi per- - Lew E inreons t0 be United States Smith. Misses Codoy and Jones were were injured. special to the! , , tonu,y for U)0 Mi(lde nn,i Northern dis- - visiting at Piueville and it was there the ttickian go. A lirm ko6P a largo and line of Furniture --To add horror to the horrible tlietrict8 ot Alabama. Parsons organized arrangements were made. Miss Co (ley f a gentleman who l survivors of the Johnstown flood aroj the iviiite Man's League" in that State, is an unusually bright and attractive was a prominent member of the last lctr- - and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods - can bo bought in the cities. being stricken down with pneumonia agamt t,0 protests of colored Republi-anGive me a trial and you will be con-toyoung lady and .Mr. Ellison is said to be isiaturo and one of the Cleveland decother diseases, rendering them help-- , cans j tjl0 youti,. for the that he is well vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. a man of tine business qualifications as less and in a pitiable condition. T)0 most p,.r'lonfi ,vm,t of ti,e fl00(j well as tho possessor of a good bank ac- known as the owner of a horse that re- Mr. Theodore Harris, Sr., a farmer, jn ti1L. potoinnc river is tho wreck of the sold for $22,000. The whole State I. milt ih. hortct, hour qulckcd helwten count. The happy couple passed down centjy fmtells of the stable. living near Fnyettevillc, Tenn., had his Chesapeake and Ohio canal, n to Louisville yesterday where they will cut by a scythe he was taking way w.lici, c08t $11,000,0 0. Senator New Orwent or morn. Tho Fatal Opal. The handle caught George, who is interested in tho cannl, remain n home in It is a fact that instances of CHURCH AFFAIRS. intuospoKeuiiii wmuie, ijsiiiiguioBav8 twm nr0K,b v be abandoned, as IMWMHUEi., KntlreTram kun Through WithoueCha Kge. misfortune and disaster have been know n Mr. Harris neck blade around the company is now too weak financialThe American Bible Society contin- - to follow closely upon tho acquisition of Scott IVarco was shot and killed ly to undertake the necessary repairs. . ,. THROUGH CAK SERVICK. lies their repository at tho drug store of nn opal; but would not the results have from ambush near Jellito Wednesday Levi C. McKinney, who courted Miss Dr. M. L. Bourne and willKell Biblesand! been the same either in the absenco or CaJt' W'nnati to New Orleatu f V...1. pl by a man named McCarty. Tho trouble Mary Blacky before tho Mexican war, was Sh'V,0.', "d ,,'"1""' .Sleeper, and Testaments at cost or give them to possession of the gems ? A lady of prosto JueUonville, via K T. arose over a borso McCarty hired from married Tuesday in Louisville and his those not able to bnv. Friends of relig- perity purchased a full set of opals and MI.B 'Iololr HulTit Sleeping Pearce and refused to pay fqr. McCar- sweetheart of lon npo is Car. Cincinnati to New Orlean. and Cincinnati bis bride. advantage of these diamonds. In five years she hns met to to tack.onv.lle. via V. S A. Sleeper, ty has been arrested and at his examin- He was just about to be married when ion nre asked take St . Lou. to New Orlrurii via M.'.V.O. prices and aid in the distribution of the witii more misfortunes and reverses than ing trial was remanded to jail without the war broke out, and, being poor, descriptures, particularly in tho destitute is usually crowded into it lozen lifeCondemcd Schedule in Elfect Match j', i$8j. Sbaack, of the Chicago police termined to mend his fortunes that way. families of the county. Geo. II. Bruce, times. Divorce, loss of fortune, beauty, Capt. He came back poor and bv tho time be Pres. social position was her lot and to the force, has been suspended by Chief niCA.XDOWX. iimc.a.:d up. was midy to n,nrry "K"1" ho h.iul t0 K baneful influences of tho wonderful opal Hubbard for alleged direliction of duty lKAINn MJUlli YkAI.N'S NOKT1T . army. He again lost his To The Prohibitionists of Lincoln County. she attributes her downfall. into the Union Another So 7. ' iTo. j." Nu. s. No i. No. 43. No. j. ,No. 4. In the Cronin case, of which Shaack is No. 6. STATIONS. There will be a meeting held at the lady traces her troubles to the fact of Daily lUlly. all and only n few days ago received a Daily. Daily. Llm. Daily Fait said to have been guilty because he do Mm. 'Ea.Sun. I.lin Kr. tun. Da.lv. Dally." Ex. Urn e Daily in Stanford, on Saturday, owning a beautiful opal ring which pension and $1,700 back pay, enough to she 17 a sired to shield his friend, Alexander 4 03 pini bvo pm, ; Jj a iniL. ve... .Cincinnati .., A rv 6 40 a ni 6 41 p m iojj a m 330 pm. June 15th, for tho purpose of mapping keeps becauso it is an wedding was the pm 930 pm' ,.viiimmtiown...i. ve 5 13 a m 953am 130am 5 P m. but no In o a m J 47 pm 10 jo pml Sullivan, from any implication in tho support tho two. The 4 10 a in .Ueor(tlowii 70a 734 a m 1 3S p in out some definite lino of action in the result. I.oinKlon... 3 48 am 4 15pm 700a m iiiopm, po'.er of persuation can make her wear "i0!"" 7 35 pm,ioj5 pin lojcam C&S6 present crisis. We cordially invito all it. and bor I'liililren luivn lipon inirnml in The following dispatch from l.ou. S. R. R....AYr, caught robbing tho dead I.t. .Ilurln. ...l.ve. The fiends "- -. rr says: Col. Bennett II. Young, the good people of Lincoln county to at ' I tt ..a lw... tl nt Johnstown, Pa., are summarily disposdiiviii ik im iiiu ...n..l.l ouuiu ovil IIIUI pot-- , u jj pm 3 45 pmlu oj a mill 17 am Lve., nwuiu .Durum. ..Arr J 55 a m 3 Jop ni 550am 10 jo p in late president of the Louisville Southern, meet with us and share in our delibera- sonous thing. It was given her by her 11 jo pm a vj ill. u mi .Danville 3$am p m ed of by banging, drowning or shooting. City.., I 13 im 9 10 pm 11 30 a mjli 45 rn ..Junction nlnm a 53 am 530am 1031 pm Jaoa m 10 jo .Somertct Twenty Hungarians were driven into and Messrs. T. Bullitt, Theo. Harris and tions. Time of meeting 2 o'clock r; m. brother on Ids deathbed. Tho first day joopm j oj a mi 00 p m 05 a m ijoim 6 50 pm Oakdale J.no.0. Neai,, Ch'n. she wore it tho water pipes j jj a m! 415 a ni ojspm 1135am m 4 33 the river and drowned like rats. These A. J. Porter were hero Friday evening burst nnd 1000 pm 8 as am 040pm Ar'v.Challanocgu... L've 0 jo pm 7 J3 m 406 ni 9 10a m 70op m I. vc.Lnatfinooua.... Ar'v 7 3Sm severe measures to adopt, but the of- and Suturday. They made u strong but caused a damage of several thousand nre tcoa m The Itev. Mr. Spurgeon, the great Baj- oj Dnil 040 n m Ar'v . Aitalla. 4 47m fense justifies them. No fato is too cruel ineffectual effort to have the $20,000 tist minister of England, lives on a mag- dollars to the beautiful decorated and 445pm 1145 pmlL'vt llirmingham... j 00 pm 300pm 3U QOOpiD Tiic.ilooa.. 1011m for these human vultures that rob and bonds of Mercer county delivered. Bonds nificent estate, having parks, varied with frescoed ceilings. She put it away and 11 JJ pm 4 45 a m. Ar'v.., ...Meridian L'v 0 cup in to the amount of $103,000 have been tho dead. several years later her daughter put it 030 a m 11 00a mlyr'v.New Orlean.,., L've 415am 3 35 m mutilate lakes and streams and adorned with statAr'v j 10 a mI.'ve.,.,.Mcridi?n 940pm At Johnstown and other stricken handed over, but tho $20,000 was with- uary, anil conservatories filled with rare on. A gentleman friend who admired Jackion.....Ar'v 9101m I.'ve 0 lop m II 5 it III L. vc.,. lCKDUrg.m of men is gathering bod- held until the contract to establish hero 4 oopm permission to wear it. places an army Monroe 4 35 pm I.'ve plants. His stables are as fino in arrange- the gem asked is ,1005 a m and machine shops was What followed rather remarkable. Ho consigning them, unidentified the Ippm Arv....Snrevcport 600 a m ies and ments nnd appointments as tiie royal es- had been very prosperous, having made and without clergy or friends, to great fully complied with. Tho company has tablishment at Windsor, and his coach a fortune with great rapidity. With No 7, l'ullman Iloudolr Bulfet Sleeping Car Cincinnati to Jackionville. Fla via K tho Train and small repair shop. "1 V & ' to Lexington. trenches. About 2,500 were picked up a possession of tho ring success deserted G. Free I'arlor Cur Cincinnati.Mann Iloudolr Huftet Sleeping man sports H gorgeous livery. Train No. , Car. New Orlean to Cincinnati 1,000 at Kernvillo nnd which they claim fulfills their contract. Iiis efforts. Loss after loss followed ono Shreveportto Chnttanoofc-- nnd Jucionvllle, Fla., to Cincinnati, via E. at Johnstown, TV. & O. New Orlean to Isaac Pearson, tho trustee, in whose A farmer, who has profited by expe- another in rapid succession and he re- gt Loult via M. iV O, hundreds upon hundreds at other Train No Manti Houdoir Ilulfet Sleepinj; Car New Orl.'ani to Cincinnati and Free ratlor lifo at Johns- - hands these bonds now are, has taken rience, says now is tiie time to cut this- turned the bauble a ruined man, fnllv Lexington to6.Cincinnati The loss of assured that the baleful gleam of tiia't Train No, Roudoir and ' uffet Car town Is estimated at from 5,000 to 10.000 the subject under advisement nnd will tles and by doing so in tho month of mysterious stone of the ancients had ex- tonville to .8, l'ullmanvia W. & A. and K. T.. V. .v:0. Chattanooia to Cincm atiand Sleeper JacL- Cincinnati, FRANK WOOL LEV. Tnv Pa. Ajrt . Lexineton Kv list, when completed, may this week receive the legal opinion of Ids Juno tho furms can bo easily ridded of erted Its influenco against him. San and the total " D. G. EDWARDS, Oen'l PaaV. and TU. JOHN C. CAULT, General Manager, attorney, Col. P. B. Thompson. Frnncisco Chronicle. that pestiferous weed. Cincinnati , Ohio. foot up 15,000. Semi-Weekly Interior JoukHjO. (Jueen of Trumps easily won tho Si, ..,,, al ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Shingles, A1TD SLAT FENCE, flrt-ela viiiib m MPtMFsTfrr m 3SASH, BOOHS ofcvcn-tliititf car-loa- PATENT WXHJ! nt The Great Remedies! Dal-to- n, ..Ji1 buzz-saw- 11 ill-fat- ko :d:ru"3-g-is- lSo.FENNY 9 & jewelbb, -- .w Brv-- IB o lio WEAKEN and half-mil- o Furniture Undertakers' Goods -Au.- -tioiH.fr C.TIic Largest, Cheapest Assorted Stock of ali P"Pcr Border, Celling Decorations HT3DESTKTJCTIBII BTJUIAX n see-sa- father-in-law- I NEW FURNITURE ST0REI tin-th- e have-broke- At-eo- ns Hlue-gras- s Courler-Jouma- ttiy d rs State-at-larg- e water-thro- i i Cincinnati and leans. I ''" $ to-da- y i!l-V- f Hmn I ! I court-hous- 111 1 heir-loo- liar-rodsbu- rg . I , 1. 1 1 1 1 111 1 .1 V round-hous- -- e round-hous- e North-Houn- a adja-rtnr- n. SIct-pin- tu ' 1B T. 73 IT" "l at A. living Icu ciiea'm Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., Stanford, June 7 DitiKti Dkkf and Boneless Hams Mil. J. M. llriwr, of Rockcastle, n n good friend of tliu I. J,, Ih in thin city. A. Warren's Model Grocery. Mikkus Ai.jckHtkwaiitiuuI Alia Hurcli, Foit tho best goods at the lowest f Miss Louann of Alt. Vernon, are 1880 prices go to S. L. Powers A Co.'s giu-Btao- and milk shake at R. Zim- - 3 - mere. PnoF. close Paxton's school on the hill will I to-da- Dtuldernr. ... , ion, socially sneaking. Stanford may bo ntSinovMenefee's. water coolers and said to be on a boom. Slug, shot, a sure killer for potato MEANS BUSINESS. . . . Hiins'.' tho graduates will entertain bugs, nl MeUalf & Foster's. t Watchks and Jewelry repnired and Xkw bats and new liowess in endless at the College from 8 till It! o'clock and Goto W. 11. Hlggins' for grain erawnmimcu. a. k. renny. variety at Mrs. Kate Dudderar'B. the young people are looking forward dies, mowing blades, snaths, Ac. I.andiictii'h Garden Heed, now crop, with grvnt pleasure to the occasion. just received ntMclloburts it Htnjfjr's. Foil a cool, refreshing drink go to Mn. W. K. Amon had a fine horse Landhkth'h Garden Seods frenli and Zimmer's and get a glass of milk shake. The democrats of Casey have nomina- ruined Tuesday night by his running At genuine, in bulk or package, at A. It. . ' ted George Stone for tbe legislature and ngnins.a fence. Penny's. L. II. Hamm.v, lepiesenting tbe Lion repubTub best place to buy ilrupi, patent Paint Co., of Lexington, is "painting tbe It is more than prob.ible that the medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. Twikk for binders and a number of licans in convention yesterday nominatown" advertising bis superior article of Penny's. brand now boggle for wile cheap. Call ted Col. "lias Adams. ' Huv your scbool books, ink, tablets, paint. early and take Hint choice of the buggies. . paper, pencils and scbool supplies of all Tiik Merry Bachelors will give their I. M. Bruce. Piiok. T. F. Lkuv, of Ikiston, is here kinds from A. It. Penny. bop at Walton's Opera He getting up a class in Mil I. C. Bholuci:, with eight men, House Thursday nljdit, Rltb. Seibert PERSONAL POINTS. gave satisfaction a Iincaster ami and the bachelors each equipped with a two horse wagon, will furnish tbe music J. A. Chas-t- of Ijosidon, was bere yes- here well recoinmeuded. will add additional laurels to their fame is cauvatfsiug this county for the Gale terday. Sulky Harrow Manufacturing Co., of Tiik still hunters, or republicans as as royal entertainers. P. M. Mcltoiiuitr IsiUtuinlliiK court at Detroit. they are sometimes called, held another Liberty. Aitku spending over a week with us, Davison's otlice meeting In Lawyer Bask Ball. The Interior Joints' s Miw. Max SM.iMir.it is visiting ber pathe ForepaugJi Circus finally pulled Tuesday. out for squalls. rents at Louisville. stakes and left Wednesday morning. will go to Danviliu this evening nud we Mil It. V. Lii.i.Aitn mih bere to see bis Miw. Mauv Haxxo.v, of the Industrial They appreciated gre.itly the kindness of are confident will keep up their reputasou and dauiriitcr Tuewlny. School for Waifs, at Iuisville, was here tho jH'ople here in their timeof need and tion by wiping the earth up with them. Fiiank Ii. Caiiu, tlio clever Agent at Tuesday and intended delivering a cou- remarked more than once that tho Stan- By the way, the club is open for dial-- ' . ple of lectures on "Home Missions," but ford people were tho cleverest on top of lenges with any nine in the State. Ittcbsnond, was here Tuesday. V JuskseJ. M. Untiiank, of Pineville on account of a failure to a place ground. Hklm, colored Gloiui: and Willis 9 wob bere tbis week on business. to lecture she postponed it for a To the teven young ladies who gradu- brothers, were fined So eacli yesterday Miss Matik Williams, of ML Vernon, ated with such high honors last night, for breach of peace. It seems that they is tbo guest of Mien l.utio liailey. is Goods, Kdmonii Li I.I.A id), colored, was givm we extend our heartiest congratulations had been trying to kill each other with Msks Lula KsWAits)s, of Gum Sulphur, live days on the rock pile for shooting in and good wishes, and bespeak for them a hoe but failed, they then resorted to And is tbu guest of Mimm Hello Hutchison. pistols nnd also failed to effect a killing. Juimik a.M) Miw. Milton J. Dcuiiam, Macksville Tuesday night. This is tbe n future as brilliant ns was tho occasion Ahird time this gentleman has sought when they wafted from the careless Of Danville, were in this city Tuesday. A ki:w weeks ago Judge Lewis, county 0. I Citow and J. 11. Vanbook, of tbis amusement in tllis way and it would school tdrlto thedignifledlady. May joy, judge of Harlan, ordered Joseph Saudi- county, uns visiting lady friends in Har- have been better for tbu town if be had peace and prosperity attend them on the fer, who is in jail here for journey they have just started upon and brought to that county for trial. Tbis been given as many months. din county. ere the quarter stretch is reached, may Mas. II. M. ltAixoir and Miss Alllo Tiik butchers are In session at Loiiis-vill- e each have a pleasant companion to com- was done and nothing was said to CirYeiser, of Lnnraiiitvr, aro viaithiK Ibe famcuit Judge Boyd about the matter. On anil we sincerely trust a clause in- plete their travels with. ily of H. W. Gaines. finding it out he ordered Sandifer taken serted in their resolutions will read: of tbe LouisviUu Fiu.sk Curran back to Stanford and confined there till Solo too Soon. When Grover "That wo hereafter give more beeffteak Commercial, was bero in tbo interest of and les-to the innumerable-wh- was here a couple of months ago, he pur- he sent for him. It's no use talking, the bis p.tior yesterday. long for just one mojual of tender chased from Mr. W. L. Withers his bug- judge is a man of Ids o n head and is Kkv. Joski'H W. Caldwkli of Solum, gy mare for ;tt."0 and took ber to Spring-Hel- going to have his own way. steak erothis life has departed." Ala., lias been visiting bis old scbool-matMo., with him. He put her on Akt KxiiiniTioN. Miss Mary CarpenJ. .S. Owsley, Jr. Comi'I.unt comes from Milledgeville the track and nh proved a very rapid ter, art teacher at the College, gave an Mim Maiiy Hkizixy returned from that this p.ijK-- does not arrive there on trotter. Ho sold her for n good profit exhibition of her own work and that of by ber time. The republa an postal clerks just and the present owner has recently re. Fort Seott, Kit'isnt, iiccomtiink'il her scholars between the boursof 10 and aunt, Mrs. M.iry Clienaulu put on would make far better success fused $5,()00 for her. Both Mr. Withers 12 yesterday. It goes without saying Miii:i Bkllk Cook, Little Drye. Jen-ni- were they ahold of a plow or agrubblng-bo- e ami and Mr.'..Curran no doubt feel that her work is superb, while that of Huston-villi!- , Ueid and IOis Hooker, of and If this turclt'iuiiuv) continues like kicking themselves for not findher scholars was good and shows that aro guests of Mrs. G. II. Oooer. wo shall attempt to land them there or ing outher real worth beforedisposingof Miss Carpenter is an adept instructor. Mil axis Mils. H. V. J on em, of Mt. Ster- at least know why tht-- don't do b'tter ber. Wonderful advancement has been milde . Graves, ling, have moved to tint place and rent&c. All of tho cities aro responding liberCoi'E, nccompnnied by Messrs. by ber students and the patrons of the W. J. ed Dr. Iteid's property On Upper Main ally to the call for assistance to the Anderson nnd White, all of Pulaski, rode scbool are highly pleased with the progfetrevL Johnstown Hood sullerers and should in town Wednesday evening with shot ress of their daughters. DRIED BAMitl IN FiraVB, GOODS, A. T. Nu.vnrli.kv goes to Columbus, any persons here with to contributeany-thin- guns on their shoulders, pistols in their morning to Ohio., NEW AUVKKTISEME.VTS. to that good e.nw, we will take pockets and blood in their eyes and conwith Al G. Fields for an Interest in hit pleasure in forwarding it to the siderably frightened the quiet citizens of minstrul troupe. of needy in that cursed region, this place. Marshal George Carpenter Ma. James Maiikt, our elllclent and N. genial oorresjondcnt nt .Mt. Version, ltemember that he who giveth to the nnd a committee waited on them to see U a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of P. Mhin and Somerset Streets. th Lincoln County Democracy. what the matter was, when they were pa sed down Wednesday to attend tbo poor lendcth to the . Press AsMwiation. It was rejorted on Tuesday that A. T. informed that ii horse bad been stolen M. LtviMiKTo.v and wife, of Cincinna- Nnnnelley had bought out the h from Mr. Copo the night before nnd that ti, aied up to Crab Orchard tbis week circus ami would start immediate- they intended to have him luck and tbe My New Houso on Main St., old girl to ly into the huslnc.-;- but an investigation scalp of the thief who stole him. They to show their line W. were a determined looking set nnd left Stanford, Ky. For term apply to Mr. Ky. II. their friends and relatives. conshowed that while there, bad been Hic(in, blnnford, or to mt at Danville, OWSLBV MlHSLS M ATTIK ANO M.UK1IE LOTTIE N HOL.MKS. 31 talk about it, it bad been en- here swearing vengeance against the apsiderable "5. returned Tuesday from a very leasant gaged in mostly by disinterested persons. propriator of their valued steed. 4 Vwr two months' stay 'villi their siBter, Mrs. "Fatty" would no doubt make a succes For Sals. Sails, Shingles and On account of going to press early we W. It. Mauler, t Nashville. of the business, but wc can't give him up to give n full report of the comare unable Ten Thoutantl Flat Rails acd 10,000 Poplar Miw. Col W. G. WkliiI left Wednes- to become a showman yet. mencement exercises last night. Great Shingle. day for New York w here nfter sjending I hjo on hand Men's, Women s Mlsset' and by Alter, Korwood & Co. John McPhkiwon, brakeiuan on the preparations had been made for it and Children's Shovv made will sell at the ery lowest a week shu will with a numberof friends it was n most and Mundcllr, which K. C, was Instantly killed at Fort lvtill, we feel safe in saying that have bought them and they mutt be sail tor Kurope to spend buutuI months. prices interesting and pleasing entertainment. wld. My Mock i complete and thoe who want Miasi Mattik Dishman, of lVirhour-vill- in Madison county, Monday evening. bargains can get them by railing. I mean including sin esW C IIAI1.LV, Turnersville. and Maggie Tucker, of Crab Or- He was attempting to set a brake when A lengthy programme, his foot slipped and bo fell between a say by each of tho seven graduates and chard, arrived Wei'ewlay to attend the both vocal and commencement exercises and visit their couple of box cars, one p:insing over his interspersed with music instrumental, was arranged and with Public Sals of Valuabh Town Property, body cutting it nearly in two. Ho was a sisters nt the College. George ltam-se- y sou of J. II. McPheisou.nt Rowland, anil Prof. Hubbard and his efficient assist On account of I will offer for sale on back of it, it could have been has had to give up his position nt was an unusually good, quiet man. His ants at tho than n delightful one. By 15, 1889, tbe depot and will go to Lexington with remains were brought to Rowland and nono other Dollio Williams' The following real and nonal property: his brother Lewis. Joseph Adams of buried Tuesday afternoon in Buffalo chance we heard Miss Cemetery in tbo presence of n largo con- music class rehearsing nnd that portion TWO DWKLL1NO HOUSKS AND i STOKE. Paint Lick, succeeds him. ' -house, one dwelling on Main street, opposite the exWeithcrfoid Hotel, two storiv, and contains, family buvo course of friends. He was the pride of of tho entertainment we know was Da. P. W. Lwia.v and 6 rooms with No. i garden, stables, corn crib traordinarily good. moved to J.oiiisville, the doctor believ- his parents and it was touching to see cow lot, Arc i on Danville t(rrct, now occupied by ing it better headquarters for his insur- the grieved old people take the last look enjoyable aiTair Thcuthcr y .Mrs. Woods, with 4 rooms garden, Aic. Tiik most thoroughly Wo regret at the casket which contained their dear of tho season was tho party given by The storehouse Is situated un Main street, adjoin ance buiiuesi th.ui this city. AT Ins the dwelling on the west s.do und contains 4 son. but rooms below with ronm upstairs. that tho change- w.is necessary. Miss Louise Bailey to her friends, Misses Alsoallmy Hnutihold and Kitchen Furniture, Tiik editor is attending the Kentucky Tiik Dmivlllo AiIviumIi- - nrlcnnuledi'efi Kinm.i Saulley, of Iiramie, Wyoming, I.umK'r, Coal .Vc. desirable part abase reil is located , Press Association, which Is in session 'at and Mattie Williams, of Mt. Vernon. Al- The the town aim in good repair.in aAny one wishmm UM, t,WWH U1 l0 ,,, of heavily handi-- i thJ foiOH.im? Rmccfol ing to buv privately before diy of sale call oil Owciihboro, and although though the invitations had been issued niannen '1. D Kpl'IiOi, Danviie, or Mrs. C. H. Uishop, he will hold uu his end of Hustons ille Ky. witliHtmidliiB the fact of the cold and only a day or two before, a large numTerms, cosh in n.tnd Sale at 10 o'clock, sharp. and kmqtiet log at ll VtixhkVt xUu liMVuv nXm hall ber responded, which made up as pleasrj,l ,(Wt,.,,,, MHS.C. H. HISHOK ., , ...,,, .., iNTI.IIIni.. ant a pai ty as ovcrasM'mblod. Miss BaiMil W. L. WiniKiLs, of Stanford, and n. T. D. Fhglibh, Auctioneer. tbe Incorrigible John Bright were on Joi'itNAL !oys at Stanford. This wnstbe ley, in her characteristically graceful nnd hand Monday with a stock of buggies third time that these two nines have pleasing manner, entertained and showHULL, and spring wagons which they were sell- contented for the supremacy. The three ed her usual marked attention to ber ! . Liberty Press. games were won by the Stanford boys. guests. When happiness was at its high1 ing on tho 0 No. 97 iS H. F. II. II, Wi: regret to note that our splendid We buvo always, of course, been par- Miss Bailey invited tho merry young Lancaster correspondent, Mr. John II. tial to our homo nine, anil prone to be- folks out to on elegantly prepared lunchWill bo permitted to serve a few cows at my at on Woodcock.ls confined to bis room by lieve that they had been defeated by eon, which was done full justice to. TbreoLancaster pike in suburbs of Stanford, of Dollars by tho seation, and a fee sincerely trust it will only misfortune ratiier than by not being Lunch over they repaired to the double 50 tents to Mut llt, the groom, pujublo III adsickness, but vance, with the privilege ol breeding till the cow be a few days till that prince of gentle- equally as good plnyers as the Stanford parlors and there until midnight joy nnd proves to be with cnlf. This oung bull is not only of the scry belt men is on his feet again. breeding, but is individually a very superior aniboys. Threo defeats, encli following tbo delight reigned. Is Receiving His received from JciTeson Hock-er- , other in rapid succession, have convincmal in every particular. He will not fall to proWk bnvu marrlngo occur- duce milk cows of tne highest excellence, lloth A itATHKii romantic son of C. D. Hocker.of Gullfoid, Mo., ed us that our first judgment was incorhis pedigree and his individuality guarantee this. cattle fuse for The specimens of his pen work, which equal rect nnd wo now freely confess that red last week In which two of our West seasons taken the lead in the blooded cattleseveral mark. Knders were tbe participants. Miss ct by commanding under the hammer tile highest oversaw, for Stanford is justly anything of tho kind we entitled to the palm of Kittle Kidd delivered her graduating prices, and having the capacity to produce mute Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial which ho will please accept our thanks, victory. milk and butter than any oilier breed and as much Collegoat Hustonvillo and us good beef, they will not fail to retain their compliment' essay at Christian ns well as fora W. II MILLEK. lead in popular favor. A nvmiikii of traveling men and Other in a way pleasing to tho audience and of this paper. u twofine registered JailkiiS. M. Owkns, of Stanford, ar- strangers have been gulled recently by seemingly her mind was totally absorbed I have for sale and one grade heifer calf. bull calves W. H MILLKK. Friday night in charge of Jef- ttie shrewd negro loafers of this plnce. in the completion of her school life. rived here Stanford, Ky. though for in ferson King. Mr. Owens, besidea being It Is done in this way and is convincing Such was not tho caso . is a that it is better to put your trust in the :50 minutes to a dot from tho timo the one of tbo best jailors in the State, gonial, clover gentleman and makes Lord than confidence in man as well as commencement exercises were over she to Tenfriends wherever lie goes. Cumberland another evidence of tho foolishuess of was lleeing with James Wright If you buy a McOORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain drinking red liquor in a prohibition nessee to bo made his life helpmeet. Of Valley News. , to get one of the best Machines made. Col. John I). Haiuiis, of Richmond, in town: As soon as n man unacquainted course tho surprise was great when the E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor you buya McOormack Machine you can depend on getting renngry father, If remitting for anotb'T year's subscription with tho ropes comes to town, these en- fact was revealed nnd the "knights of tho street cor- who objected seriously to Wright's atpairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is one of tho to this paper, is moved to remark) terprising sworo thnt he No Hotel In Kentucky has a better reputation, most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or and Its proprietor is determined that it "Your paper is a welcomo visitor to my ners" proffer their services to supply tentions to his daughter, with the stuiT for a half dollar. The would disown her forever and madogood hull be maintained. house" and always rend first among the him Mower; no mistake about it. his threat by burning her trunk and many we tako. Lot your paper come on; half dollar is given nnd the stranger The McOormack Machine Co. have always been in the lead of to remain where he is for n few everything that would bring about a He has recently added to Its appointments will let you know when I want to qult.' their competitors in the manufacture of Twino Binders, and with gives the rascal timo to remembrance of her. Young Wright is Misses Nkllik Whbelkh, Ada Vivion minutes. This their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers thoy have a line of Maanil Mary Similiter and Messrs. skip nud he does bo, leaving the dry and only about 20 but is said to bo a very nnd Lula Also infuriated man the bag to hold. It goes worthy young man, while his bride of chines second to none. Cabol Denny nnd John Farra, all of Wednesday without saying that the Into frosts nnd 17 summers is spoken of as unusually AFirst-Clas- s Livery Stable By all moans, soo Ijincaster, were in town Machines before you make snow on the 1st of Juno damaged attractive and accomplished. They have night cn.route to Mammoth Cave. They the Toaccommoda'e the demands of his increased your selection for the coming not in tho least the crop of suckers this returned and are making their home nt iMiiil.nt natranape. Hcst Turnouts furnished will Btriko tho editors there nnd may WEAKEN, Agt. GEO. Commercial Travelers and others. season. Mr. Wright'B father's. prepare thomBelvea fora good old time. E.C.WALTON,DU8,ManQROr CITY AND VICINITY. h, 11. With three entertainments in success- Wikk screens fur doors and windows Ick cream freezes refrigerators at W. To-xioi- it .. Wall Paper, Wall Pajjer, Wall Paper, u ' ' h.irb-wir- e m m M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. PRICES AXiWA'TS RBASOUABUS. semi-annu- book-keepin- , U-- m This the season for Canned and you can no where else a better selected stock than at m m safe-keepi- T. R. WALTON'S. t, Dl-ckku- j 'long-chs- o GAHDESN BEEJB8 Sea Shells for SWEET-FICKLES, e, r u Beautiful Flower Pots. Walks, MIS; y birhi g US k thou-win- d J. 3IENEPEE T. R. WALTOIT, J. Burton, Clerk. Fore-paug- FOR SAI1B.3 three-week- s , fes i 1 I Slippers, Slippers, Slippers, FOR m rtl i e, busi-ne- sv Saturday, June Children, Misses and Wo- men, ,. ti m - d , ,0 to "Not-cappe- d, i the-ba- J Bruce & IVIcRoberts, Mo IIMJPIL1II!Y9 i HOSIrniN-FRKISIA- N J public-square- Captain Aaggie Wayne sta-- M ERCH ANT TAI LOR SUMMER Holstcin-Freisi- an SPRING AND GOODS! neatly-turne- d Holttcin-Krei-sia- 34-j- m The Long and the Short of It. -- 'l ill THE MYERS HOUSE Pool and Billiard Parlors these harvest. I. -- i : Ah " 7 ,. -i' .j'-'?- - , it yy J -- A h2l. Mi ' 5Tf2 ftJUttMMWsJJl ,.,i't ' jrosd'KfM wvs -- 'SWJ d'1 il tyk'-d'- ? i . t V , , BC .TIWj r ''AV MaTR ' fPPWF .JTiS ' W. " ) 'if Semi-Weekly ff InteriorJournal AT Published Every Tuesday and Friday per YiCAn, iyr .vdvaiobj -- "When not no paid 33,60 will be charged." K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning ' at 4:50 p.m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North J 31pm South 131pm 1137pm Express trsln " South . ....... 7 am " " " North .. iLocol Freight North .630 am ' South. 555Pra The latter trains alto carry passengers. The above It calculated on standard time. Solar time it about to inlnutet fatter u. Iw POWDER Absolutely Pure Parity, This powder nevervanot, A marvel strength and wnolcso neii it. More economical than the ordinary kindi aid can not be told in competition with the multitude ol low tett, ahort weight, alum cr 01 osphatepo vders. Sold only in ROY . ...tKI.VO POWDER CO., cant. 18 V 10 Willi atree'. Now York. S. h3 fct i. ' aLI ffffffffffffffffffffffi e. a m. Blood Disoasos are bured by do a paper huslness over a paper countho porsovefintr use .of Ayer'a ter, huving pnper goods, paying with pa ' Sarsaparilla. per money or charging them up in paper TuU medicine Is an Alterative, and hooks, and deal in paper stocks on paper causes a radical chango in the astem. margins. We row races in paper hoats Tho process, in somo cases, may iiot be quite so rapid as in others ; but. with for paper prizes. Wo go to paper theatres, where paper actors play to paper persistence, tho result is certain. head these testimonials : vaudiences. "For two years I suffered frow a seAs tho ago develops tho coming man vere pain in my right tildo, and had other troubles caused by a torpid liver will ho more deeply enmeshed in the pannd dyspepsia. After giving several Ho will wako in the morning per net. mndlulneii a fulr trial without a cure, I Itegan to titko Ayer's BarsiwmrllU. I and creop from under his paper clothing wns greatly benefited by the rirst bottle', on his papor hed, and put on Ills paper nnd after taking live bottles I was comdressing cown and slippers. Ho will pletely cured." John V. lteuson, 70 Lawrence St., Iowoll, Mass. walk over paper carpets down paper Last May a targe carbuncle broki out stairs, and, seating himself in a paper on tny arm. Tho ttsiml remedies hed no and I confined to my boil for chair, will read tho paper nows in the effect weeks. was friend Induced me to try A paper. A paper hell will call Ayer's Snrxaparilln. morning Less than 'three bottles healed the sore. In nil my expe-- , him to hreakfaet, cooked in a paper oven ritmee with medicine, I never saw more served on paper dishes, laid on a paper cloth on a pnper table. Ho will wipe Another marked effect of the use of this his lips with a paper napkin and 'having iiifillriiiB was the strengthening of my put on his paper shoes, paper hat and .ght." Mrs. Carrie Adams, Holly paper coat and taken his paper cane, he Springs, Texas. "I had a terribly humor will walk on a paper pavement or ridu and suffered dry scaly; and, as for years, my brothin a paper carriage to his paper oillce. er and sister were slmilaily anlictnd, I presume the malady is hereditary. 7.ast Ho will organizo paper enterprises and winter, Dr. Tyron, (of Feruandlua, o profits. Ho will go to make paper Fla.,) recommended mo to take Ayer's Stir.najurllln, nnd continue It for a year. on paper steamships and navigate For live mould I took it dally. I h avo the air in paper balloons. Ho will smoke not unit n oieinisii upon my txMiy tor tno paper tobacco in n paper pipe, lighted last three months." T. K. "Vlloy, 1U Chambers t., Kew York City. with n paper match. Ho will write with "I.ost foil nnd winter I was troubled a paper pencil, whittle paper sticks with with a dull, heavy palu in my sldo. I did not notice It much at first, but It a paper knife, go fishing with a paper gradually gruw worse until it became fishing rod, a paper lino aud a pnper almost unbearable During tho latter part of this time, disorders of tho stomhpok, and put his catch in .1 paper basach and liver increased my troubles. I ket. He will go shooting with a paper began taking Ayer's Sarciparilla, and, gun, loaded with paper cartridges and after faithfully continuing tho uso of this medicine for somo mouths, the pain defend his country in paper forts with disappeared and I Svas completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbusb, paper cannon and paper bombs. Haverhill, Mass. Having lived his paper life and achieved a paper fame and paper wealth, ho will retire to paper leisure and die in rBKrABKO BT paper peace. There will bo a paper fuOr. J. C. Ayer 3c Co., Lowtll, .Mast. 1'rict $1 ; ilx bottlrt, ti. Worth f i a bottl neral, at which tho mourners, dressed in p iper crape, will wipo their eyes with paper handkerchiefs and a paper preachXiKK IT. liUB'K.MVN, er will pieAch a patter cnuou in n paper SURGKON UKNTtST, pulpit from n paper text. He will lie in Kkntuckv, Stanford. a paper coffin wrapped in a pnper shroud Office iouth tide Main, two aoor above Depot Si his natno will bo engraved on a paper plato, and a pnper hearse, adorned with paper plumes, will carry him to a paper lined grave, over which will bo raised a paper monument, Paper World. DENTIST. r The Age of Paper. Wo Hvo in paper houses, wear paper clothing" nml sit on paper cushions in pa-- 1 o per cars, rolling on paper wheels. THE NAPIER HOUSE. Long-Standi- ng LIBERTY, KY., Jr. W. WAWWINNEIf . PltOP'lt. run Spetiral-cUt8J-- I have leased the above Hotel and Intend s nlnglt In style In pvery particular. cial attetii Ion to commercial men. Pay horse, ijVi, hands high, three years old this STANDARD RULK I. spring, full brother tu Maud Messenger a 16W; will make the season of 1SS.1 at Charles Dunns, miles Irom Stanford, nn the Rush lltnnch pike Illack Stallion, lK bands high, fxaleil itSij bred by A. Ojlds tilth, Orange county, New York, ICZSSXNGXIR. Ed. Barlow, 2375. $25 TO INSURE ii AT A MARE IN FOAL, WOOD ; WALLACE I Avenue," Money due as soon as the fact is iscerlnined or mare parted with, CHARLES DUNN. U Sired by CASTELAIt, 1002. ...by Woburn j)i ist dam Vobllrn Maid (The dam ol Carver, Jty by a Mambrino hoist ,.., nd dam jrd dam ..............by Mambrino Messenger v.' X Outfittor Mnvsfourth jjj - - Louisville, Kentucky. HOTEL. CASTKLAR, iota, iby Volunteer, ts, sire cf St Jubeni ii);,etc; itidam jMlss Nodinr, by HamThis fine Jack, 1 yejr. old, black with white mond, son tif Putter's Clati ed dam wells' Star, points, it li.inds hiuh, will make the pnncnt sea- dam of Artillery J siK, and Modettv a 16) by American Star, 14; 3d dam by llenrand. the lUuville and llustonvil.o pikv, WOIIL'RN. 34a, by Hambletonian, 10; I it dam Miat Cooley b) Telegraph, joi; sd dam the dam of tieo, Cooley by f ruljy, a Living Oolt. At $10 to - Insure NEWCOMB well-kna- MT. VERNON, KY. Hotel Is still luainuin I'his old and Charges rea4iiable. Speing U fine reputatloi. cial attention to the tra sling public. M. P. NKWCOMH, Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky. t Sj-t- I'arilnz with maro makes theseasun due. was sired by Ilutler, he by Motts, lm(orled from bpaiu. He has pr.ntd hmi.rli a stun foal getter I F. WKIOHT. Mllledtre.il t, Ky I) Cr ED BARLOW Will stand at m stable., two mil- - s fiom Stan fkrd, Ky ,ou 1 In Ki.nb Lick turnpike, at Arthur Sim. 30-41- , 315 to Innuro a Living Oolt Uuaauti. or $10 tbo HOCKKR j.T Wonderful Results. "Wyandotte, B52S. Arthur Sims, Standard No. ym ; h (leu Knox, recoid ,4 with 15 In 1 jo class and ja m I JJ class, first dam by llimrboii Cluel, the sire of Caluur 1 sit,; d dfcin by Ltttlo Ar.nur, llnirotifl'briMl Wilt make the season u('i) .this hoine,"lnpUs,' Daaviilfl" 2:34?. Ray, H ilkesl VIII, ') t 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., STANFORD, KY. hands Sire of Ssltie Va.-e- u a J. l.lk-h- . SUMdard; Vtlume A. T. R. 10187.) Eu-rop- Office oa Lancaster Street, oppoiite Court-Ho- u Having removed to this place Irom Liberty, tc Arthur Sims has proted liim.ell to be nsupctb practico his profession, calls the attention of the breeder Call and see his cults at his boaie pub lie to the fact that he wll be ready at all hours calls in town or country. day or night to by Metro-pulitaWYANDOTTE, StAndarJ No. Thirty years ofhls lite were spent In Stanford and one of the best bred sons ol Rysdyk's he dtxnis tt unnecessary to speak ol his ability a. Hambletonian, having lor his dam Hyacinth, by physician and surteon A shate uf the patron Volunteer; ad dam Clara llie-daof Dexter t 1 7; ace of the people of Stanford and vie nlty Is asked ma. I Hi.. ..hb .! .Ih ..- - 1Ua.... llkall.a by him, fay Kvi.See s 10. fitst dam Lady .jW, and Welsh bv Willisni Welsh, the sire nt Princo Inirxi- rial a a)4 ana jeiemian s 13; j.i unm sii initteo amr STOLEN I . On Sundiy niiht, Decrmber yjth. In the town ofStanford, Ky ,a HI.ACK HOKSK, about isK hands high. 3 eartold, both hind feet white, small Mr In iht. 1 .r.h.til unit snin on now. He carries his tail, which Is ery heavy, a little one sided. He was hitched to aside-ba- r bujey. comparatively new, with blue cloth limns. Hemic s the Statu rtwsrdofSjo, l will rUc $15 for the recoseryof JAS C. HEID. the horse, buxuy and thief Stanford, Ky. g- Ayer's Sarsaparilla, I. M. RUCE, mil first-cla- ss sale and STAXrtmi), m mil KY. CO- SPECIAL. ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL travelers Horses and mules bought and sold. home slid sehU'cs used In liter). Only Also ajent for the WAITER A. VOOD HARVESTING W. IB. IFIEISr iT"3T Livery, gcci and gale Stable, fe tsiaiaiH fffffffffffffftftH cffM 5 o Here it a specimen of the intelli gence of an American citizen who was interrogated concerning alleged facts up on winch a contest of an election was based: Lancaster meet, oppot.te couit home Stanford, Ky. iciyr OiT.ee on JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON'. KENTUCKY. CAPT. FRANK PROPRIETOR B.JILEY, for congress in this district?' was asked. Thoroughly Renovated and Kefurnlihed. Kirst Answer: 'I don't know.' 'Would you W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Pricei. Day clait know the name if mentioned?' 'Yes, TralmFare and KeatonaMePortert et thitand nlht LONDON, KY., Popular are met by Polite Good turnouts and saddle horses aU ays lor hire sir. 'Was it Robert Ingereoll?' 'Yes, Home. ao;-t- f. on reasonable terms. London Is the most convensir, dafs de man.' "Well, who w.is the ient point on the railroad 10 reach places in the democratic candidate?' 'I don't know, sir.' 'Was it John Sherman?' 'Yes, sir, WALLACE E. VAKNON, dat's di very man.' 'Well, what is ConAttorney nt Law, gress?' 'I don't know sir.' 'Is it a man Kontuoky. or woman?' 'I think it is a woinan.' Stanford, 'What kind of a woman?' 'A black wo- Will practice in all tVe court of thu and adjoin-p- s counties and in the court, of appeal man.' " Office oer McRobem & Stagx't drug store. Wry few peoplo who sit down to a good breakfast of "porter-house- " steak could tell, were they usked, what part of a bullock tills choico bit is cut from. '89. is that portion of tho Tho "porter-house- " 5 co bocf either riidu of tho npinc, beginning Hoard June i to July i, per cc where thu ribs end, and extending along Cottage Rent from June to July 1, per wceU 3 30 llord per week after July i 00 to where the hip bono begins. The ten- Cottage Kent pcrjeel; after July - 3 JO derloin should form a part of the porter-- h Single Meal , ,.. 5 300 nib.. This is a narrow ptrip of succu- Hones well cared for, per wielc lent and tender flesh, extending along Kvcrjbodylt cirJially Irmt'd t istt u early the teaton nnd set advantage f the reduced ami protecting the inner sides of thu spi- in rate. Respectfully. A. U. SPOONAMORh, nal column. Its high price-idue to its I' O. Address, Stanford, Ky. f choice quality, and the fact that even in thu largest bullock there are not above 10 to - pounds of tenderloins. in the mountain sr-ti- " 'Who was the republican candidate Hfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffl j? of the State. 10 33 rt ..... 1 1 o t rt -- t; o a q e t w rsina a2 o fl IHfESIHPfMfifflffffffffl iiBSukPaBK 2 sr n 3 s, o ?:.3. c- h fel HALE'S WELI. t 2 1 nu ts SlUi n U - 7 - f i it e r.3. 0- e s u " S ? - T. .?r sl. 30 it n A S2 j Season Opens June i, 1 s -- is s o C j u j WM.IU1S.&S0N, ) " -- J c " e H teC- 3 n u- s rh M "n .' C- 'I Z." Z. T ri syi 2; : way, a ". s:. tvsxJ 2 fT. i KY s ,... ft ao-t- 3o "2 5 -- 2. a 1 H Beauty Is doslred and admired by all. Among tno tblngs wbJclt may best bo done to cnliatiro porsonal beauty is tbo dally use of Ayer'a Ilair Vigor. No matter vrbut tbo color of tlio hair, tbls preparation gives it a lus-tr- o and pliancy that adds greatly to la charm. Should tbo hair be thin, harsh, n s- - ;3S 2 " r- " i I HH H-- 5 II 1- iT.iHLIECILTODSr ROWLAND, Dealer In KY Hoots, Sliucs. Clothing, lUnlwarc, Queins-ware, ftrni YrjiirTTr ' restoro tuo color, bring out a m- Z.new crowth. and ronder tbo old soft ami shiny. For keeping tho scalp clean, cool, and healthy, thero is no bett6r preparation in tho market. " I am freo to confess that a trial of Ayer's Ilulr Vigor has convinced, me that It is a genuine article. Its ua has not only caused tho hair of my wife and daughter to be --Sin'irCVv'fir" w"1 dry.orturnluggray, Ayor'a Ilnir Vigor There is a "lady" in Irwin county, tf a. according to the newspaper man who wrote her up, who has a novel way of making her hens set. Whenever she gets readv to set a hen, it matters not whether tho hen is ready or not, sin? catches her, breaks one leg, puts eggs and hen in nest ami nails thtjiu up She says there is nothing like breaking one leg to iiinko them hatch. 13y the time the ben hatches the leg is well and . she is ready to care "for the chicks. It does not take much to make a "lady" in eomo parts of tho couutry. The right to wear petticoats is enough. 11 aS Z a; n Tf u r-o0 t s Me st ? s 2 vi i3A Cm s- Dry Goods, Notions, Hata, Caps I'lnwire, furniture and a n C - M 00 CO l 2 h-r-- a s-- c. CD s Conoral Line of CroccrJes, All V? , V linds Fancy Candies Canned Gtxnb, &c. of f'roducw taken in eKhinjje for Koodt. w a s a a. '; 2 o a cw S 3 -- ! 00 j ! SIRf.D IIV I.YI.I: WII.KKS U ilkes a i, sire of 61 In 30 or better I dam Mora by Skedaddle llinroujhhred.l a dam Medley by Old Waiiy, by llsathune, pacer J dam by Shctloti's Tclrgraph. 4 dam by frank (tlicroughured. Danvillh Wilkes has starttd In fivw races, won thrcKof them In straight hrats and third money in fourth. Danville Wilkea Is attothe first and onlv irrand souort.eoiue Wilkrs th.it hat produced one In a 10 or better. Danville has two inure of his get that arc now in training and, barring accidents, Wagoner mare, t. 'lhis grand tnutig colt con- will make recordl of a 30 or better, besides, I am tains 11 per cent, nf the old horse Kysdyks flam, cnnfldeit that Dantille Wilkes will letter his ic-!- " bleloman No. 10, Ibef undcr ofllie gnutcit trotJ's V J-- He has teen timed the la.t ting family the world bat e.cr known, coutslnir half In a race in iol. Danville Wilkes has proten himself a finebreeJ throusli his triut fn,m 1 dinerent chanrels name ly R)sdvV HamVetwiiati, Volunteer, MetrojiGlif er and l sure U produce trMiers and parties can have a chance to gsthis produce naw tor a tery ian nnu liuaoi tvcisii. lowpnie Limited ta 15 npprnted mares, for further in formation or cards addicts T A KLKIN, IS $25 to a Living Oolt. Lancaster, Ky The best 01 care liken with mares and grats at he usual rate, hut not m.pumlble far accidents should any occur. ! Immediately alter the close of the season Dan tllle W likes will g into training tor a taster record Parties that are well Informed know that the Tilts thorouchbied trill make the aeatnn ol itSo thoroughbred Mood mint be in the troltcr and ut the (.eorge Russell farm, on the Dantille and Dantille Wilkes certainly hat plenty ol it, his dam dcing by h Ihoraujhbred h.r.e, and then the Huston ville pike, near Milled;et Ills, at pacing cro.s he has should tsud to produce fa.t and grud race horses. Danville Wilkps will make the sratnn at the fair (.rounds. Danville. W. M. HUE. Money due September 1, iix Alien tctaitied on is paid Trading the mam all colts until forfeits In. ursine THE COMBINKD STALLION. llrecclileader It a rich dark bar, Description with black points, hcaty maneandtail, lOi hands high. His colts are lar(e, fine and otMlid color; can be teen at I. S. Tcvis" rsnu.KKR. Will make the stason of i81 at my stabla between No 47 IIKKHrHI.OAIKU. bav.fualcdinitso. Shelb) City and Milledgetille in Lincoln county, ou the Danville and Hiistonville pike, at Uy Imp. Uillet, tjo. I dam Nellie Viley, (grand dam of Dinette) by II 1I1 lalmton. a dam Mary Churchill by Alex j dam by luip. Marjrate isnmd dam of King AI Sound and all right Will not be allowed to serte foil .0. mares that sie not regular breeders, Money due dam Mistletoe by Chcrclue , when the colt comes, mare sold or transferred A b) Tiger S dam hen Willie held on all colls until paid for. 6 it am liy Allien Description and Pedigree -- Harrison Chief, Ir, t dam br Atiterine. is a red Sorrel, stands it hands 3 Inches in height, S dam by (Jrcy Allien 4 years eld this spring, hat big tail o dam a mare purehated .n Virginia ny Capt. isliy Harrison Chief, he bv Clark and mane. He Chief, nurbridjcfor breein, but whote pedlgrse of LadyThornc a it His iltra Lute, the the sire dam of itnowUtt; believed to t-- by.Vtnetlcui. Hanker a as!(, The dam of Harrison Chief, Jr.it 10 dam by Imp, Monkey, by a sou of alum's Mambrino, be mil cf a male 11 dam by Imp. Medley by Alexander's Abdallah, ad dam by Mlnctokc), la uam ny unp.snarif. he byol.l dam by Twa j dam by Imp fearnauitht horse and alwi.Miss run, ne ayLexington; 3d 4m uambhawhan Crockny wavy imii stockings; linuorietl llll'et.sire of aii.tve ett; Jtti dam by llaktn, tlh dam by Well.' Cru Ac . died lateWoodford, llelvidrre, 'I he ly His get last season vn Ju.rm and he sader. W; H Wilson, of Cynthlana. Ky , sold a Mr siiKitl second in the list nf winning tires. He was combined gelding, a full brolhrr of Hamsou Chief 14 years old and his get won f,am ''H lo MS Jr, frfi,Joo; atvssnld others at Ji,?to. Mr $591,301 30. Al Rctuker s.ild nitiihcr cambiaed gelding for Pasture ferroatet at Ji to per mouth. No ! $6u, sojou tan see the breed nf tlucolt is more stKiislbility for incident. sought alter than any ther stallion as they biing CHAS U. HELL. belter price than any other stallion. Marcs kepi at $1 10 pr month oil gra.t Care taken lo present accidents but not should any ecir C I SANDIDUf. Milledgttille, Manh a;, 1W1 ilSA, lljy st.llion, (i lisn.l. huh, foaled April His first dam by tir.i) I Jjle; ad dam by Copper-botto.' Ac He was sired by Mcttonger Chief, Jr , by Chief, s.re of Maud Messenger, I6H i dam Jennie by Klmo, ad dan by Mainhr.no Me sender; Jd dam by Mambrino Chief; 4th dam by 'Tra.tr' is. Imp Napoleon; tlh dam by Tempest; oth dam by ruihk - as WT9J ., .. I Tiger; 7ihdam by l).irnlv' Diunicde, 8th dam inicAsoKTt0-- dam by Shlpp's Patacon. by Cannon's Whip, oth Metssncer ClnelWHt sired by Abdallah Pilot; & dam by ist dun oy Mambrino Me.tenger; Mniubrina Chief, ,Vc He slr.d Maud Messenger, record a ibHt Abel ai); Marvel at. Muimlng Robert H., record a.isitnal aaij,aj)il Renting II th oiher fiit .1. ns. .. . . ...I .11 t..l... .I...I Lu ALvbh.!..'. Al..1l lah; lit .lam Hlatidiiia by Mumbrinn Chief. He LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI tired I'ickarda iff, Ked Jim and others, -- Daily, becutcs to Travelers, of Kysdyk a Ham-- ? Alexander a Abdaliati bletonian. aire of Dexter a 17IO. He ailed Gold smith Maid a 14; Major I. .Lull 7 f . who in turn stred Robert Mefitegora 17, sire tif llonnid 6J, &c, (.: Ever attempted between sired Si, f.lmn, recrd jo.tva Imp by Alexander's cities on the Ohio Ititer and the Kteat commercial Chic.go. i;ollfouii.lr,.kc. the fastest lime and most lOmfeiuble and hence Abdullah, damaaid soha u trains be. Mambrino Chief, the sire of the second dam of tween all iili.lt in the South, r to the West and Messenger Chief, Jr, tired the treat Lady Th,rac Northwest? The counlertMirief this train on all a i61(, and Manibrino Palchen, who In turn sired trur.k lines it denominated The Limited Express. London a aojf , iind'i3 fther in ays and better add The superb rolling stock we empla) gives patrons also sired the dams of (iuy Wilkes a 15I4. Ilaren Unlimited Comfort Wilkea a iSar.d the dams of 15 ethers with records UJTAtaU Coupon Ticket OlHres In the SoulU of a 30 and better. you will find our time tables and tickets. Say stand lie will CiabOrt-hai-the season of Iff) at our Lltcry get Morion and stick 10 Monon, If you want at Stable tu to late in ney aid have a pleasant journey. K O.McCORMICK, Ocneral lVssenucr Agent, Chicago o I ity Ticket Agents and OHitm, We will alto sl.md bur Jack, I. M. HiCkSHR, ilj Jih Ave., Louisville, Ky tja'ine st , Cincinnati Ohio At $20 to Insure. at, Ily OtorK 4j. r ' 1 Insure BREECHLOADER 1 SIO to Insuro a Living Colt, HARRISON CHIEF, JR., tr I Cliur-.MI- $15 to Insure a Living Colt 4, n vK. 1 l.ini, to If GOVER'S MESSENGER. rusp-mtib- t, .Mas-send- '' liiiull wfw, .liwlfillll itflxfl -r- iyiiii.iii.'"'irr ta. A NEW FASt MAIL (n THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Mo-no- SIO to Insure Living Colt. 3izr- V rs e t- B1aok John, E.ATuait, "s- Establislsed 1825. On se, At SIJVf.N DOLLARS to Insure Season duo when mare is parted with it u 14 iniiuw.n. ,vin, Old FOR INSURANCE Wallace Denmark, Dnell.nct, Houwliold furniture, Stores, Arc TIir.:f ANC ".SADDLr. STALLION, &. N N. A- Sonts K. D. ! RINGOLD. Son of Rysdyk's M, V. Co. , apply to Ue old Abundant and Glossy, but it ha giveu my rather stunted mustache a rPHpectablo length ami appearance." XI. JlrlttoM, Oakland, Ohio. 'My hair wat coming out (without uny assistance from my wife, either). I tried Ayer'rt I Kulr Vigor, using only ono bottle, nu I notv have as tine a bead of hair us any one could winh for." U, T. Sohmlttou, Dickson, Tonn. " I havo usod Avcr's Ilulr Vigor in my family for a number of years, and it as the boit hulr preparation I know of. It keeps tho sealp clean, ho hair soft and lively,' and preserves the original color. My wife has tt.sed it for a lon time with most nailsfaetory Ilmijamla 51. Johnson, hi. I)., Tliomas Hill, Mo. " My hair w:u bnrnmln linrsh nnd dry, lint ufier using half .1 boMlo of Ayot s Unir Vigur It ;rw blit.'k and ''ussy. I Hiilo I (rtnnnt epr."i tint Joaii'l ' feol."-Mali- .-t:'. ro-ca- rd A discussion as to whether or not Liltlitning clauses Attaclied ani damages pjid George Washington was immersed whether file cntuet or not. OEO. H nkUCB, Agent. 17 threatens to r.igfs in thu Paris Kentuek-ion-CitizeCol. Cmduock, tho editor of that paper and the solo survivor of thu Revolutionary war, declines to settle tho matter by teliing what ho knows LOUISVILLE, KB27TUOKY. about if. Tho father of nothing but his country was an Episcopalian by profesAND FINEST sion, and not much of unvthiug bv THE LARGEST practice. Theie is no iiecesity font HOTEL IN THE CITY. largo sized iow over so small a thing as Georgo Washington's religion. Glasgow Times. RATES S2.50 TO $4- PER DAY. AfiCGIlD-IN- C engine that was Tho fatuous Corn TO ROOMS. built to drive tho machinery of tho Centennial exhibition Of 1870, is now In the A-IIATKS IN HOTKL. aliopa of tho Pullman Cur Company tit TURKISH RUSSIAN Kensington, near Chicago, 111. It is the largest engino in tho world, ThcToopIo v Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Oo. THE GALT HOLTSE, IiTOa?I03!3. - H.i.lv, I .,111. Ayer's Hair Vigor, ritlSI'.UUED UY K i , Di J. t'Hild C. I Ayr h v Co., Lowell, Mais. iint?'.'''t a'f Arc not klow to underatand thnt inordvr to warrant their manufacturer! (11 guaranteeing them to benefit or cure, medicines mutt posiesi more than ordmnry merit and curative properties, Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical Dicovery it (he only (jlood medicine said through druggliti under a pontivo guarantee that it will benefit or euro or money paid for it will be returned. In all blood skin and scalp dltclicn and for all scrofutnu. affections It it specific. $500 reward offered by "trie proprietors ef Dr Sa&u's Catarrh Heme J y for mi Incurable cate We h.ne purcliafcud the Stanford Wiok.i and Crist Mill and fitted it with nt- and machinery aud will begin on first-class Saturday, May 13th, J339, To do custom grinding mid cirdmi Our Mr, Howell has had over ao yoars' experleu.o at the business and hi; has acquired a thurouiili knowledge of both the branches. In addition them will boan cxper, tonrtitt him in crdiUK Give us a trial. The hichttt market price paid .for good ' HCWRl.l. ; CO.. white corn. btauford, Ky jg Ily lllood Chief, 79a Sire of fonule Robinson, a roV ' Now Mftniiiolli.ni bv Hvtdtk's Ilambletcnlan: dam Clara, dam of Patiinjr all the V atrou Virginia Springs by dayHyacinth bv Volunteer, gund-dar- a light and arriving at Old Point Comfort and the Dexter and'Diciator, hy hriicyVA"vrir'.TV Star. Sea Shore the next alteruoon. Metropolitan la ncvnowiciigcu ny an tone one 01 the best jnd by many the tery bett bred stallion Time Card In Effect May u, 1889 full sister, Rema VhcioiU, sold ever foaled. His at the Mcferransale for Sj,oi$, the highcit price ever paid for a brood mare nt public sale. TFaMSHuT fnsTVes.01iveH lllood Chief, by Mood's lllitck Hawk; dam Miss liyAra-tu- s, EASTWARD. Untly ExpreM.i Ac com Duncan by Scott's Hightandcr;grand-d,tlllood Chief sired Ex. Sun Dally Ex Sun 3d dam by 'I imoleon. " Wooley Jim a ag Fannie Robirton a ao! nnd I,te Stanford .1 7 am ? J n'n Chief a 11'A lllood' Illack Hawk sired the dams " I exinjloii. ..... ,..il 3j am 0 40 pm 5 40 pm I a 19M and Almoin, Jr, a afl and tho of Von Annul " Wincl.cttcr a 45 am pm b 40 pm grandilainnnicllciirainciua soniiu t'roiienea ib. Son of Wallace Denmark ill ove; ist dam by Mi" K. U. Junction.. I oj pu. 7 aj 6 7 pm Is 4 years old, bay. ijK hands high and Rini-olller's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark ; his " Mt. Steiltng ay pin 7 34 lm 7 aopm Will make the season stylish and 11 dam florlae; addaiu by Montgomery's Oliver, 3d extremely fine stable Stepstnuc a o) pin nfiSKo at mv at Mnreland Station. 1 miles 7 Spm To:n is a fin? shaped bone, " Morebead dim by old Drennun 3 10 pm 8 58 i'ra 9 30 am Dan ' Olive Hill black witu heavy mane and tail; $',( hands high; north of Huttonvillc,on the llti.tunvllle and 4 oa pin in 40 am " Ashland It a natural saddler and will warrant him a saddle ville pie 6 o pm 10 17 I'm . breeder. 6 a pin 103 ptni a Living1 Colt. " Catlettsburg to At $10 Huntington 6 50 pm Arr White Sulphur... 7 JJ am .. Lien retained on all colts, If any mare Is " Clurlotisxtlle 'to $0 am or traded tbe season will bo due. to another horse " Washinloi a 35 urn', This fine lark is by Giant, lie by Imp. Palermo; Grass furnished at fa per mouth. Cure will be " Daltlmore 3 5' pni ist dam by Itobinsui's Sampson, he by Imp.Mam-moth- ; taken 10 prevent nccidents or escapes but no " Philadelphia 13 I'm!.. ad dam by Imp llertratid. Jaco'a 1st dam " New Vork 9 10 pm,., oy tiucK liawK. an u.iin hy iippecanoc. " Richmond, Va.... 1 33 pm ., Moreland, Ky. This Is a handsome Jack, 4 years old, 16 hands 17 ' OldPolntComfort 3 So pm., high, black with rncaly non). Will serve a few " Norfolk o J pm jennets. will make the leiton of 1S8.; at Tito above stock my iarm 5f milrs from Hustonvillr,near Ctrpen. ter's Station, nnd will be permitted to serve by the This nonce firewarns liuntrri, fishermen and insurance. Returning Kast Mall ariivca l.exiligton ta 43 others not to trespass on our lands without per- non, dally ncept Sunday mission, lis all such will be prosoouted to the full, Accpmmodation arrives Lexington 8 oc am daily, Tom Wallace $12.50; $10, est extent of the hw. Signed: except Sunday. r llil.tiLt Limited Vettibuled arrites I.utlngtoii V1-!- T, I. . .V. JACO at J35 forljack coll'and,$is for Jennet, daily. This train Istettibuled from end to 447pm McKOUKHisjK. n. n- - iwuimJiAH. j.M. end and runs solid lo New York, J.K IIRUCE Stock committed lo mv care and breeding will ROI1T. McALISJER, a.11. uAuijii.Ai.t., fur tickets nod information wrileor irnlr tn receive my persona! attention. (Jrntt lurnnhtdiS.il SHANKS, . W. II A RNK V , Ticket Agent. nt reasonable rules, to be paid for before removal I MRS. HKNRV 1IAUGHMAN. A M. I'KLAND S. A, IlROMllERCTrav Pass, Agt. PKNCE. JOHN W. IIUL.MKS, ofitucK. tio reaponsiumtv lor uccments or et- - E.T. ..-.,; v.. tllllll Ctl ' A J. I1A vjri.n, capn. Partlnirw Hit stock Rirreita Insurance. J L. MURI'HY.tlan'l Pass.Art. i; J D VARKlNGfONadv:p,Lexlnrion,ky D.V. HOLMES ,J. STEELE CAHPIN PER. Foaled May 1, 1870; it a rich Muhogouy bay, tjl,' hands high, heat y mane and tail; Is strictly ti le and fancv: is ncth a natural and nlcasunt saddler: harness breeds fancy and when quietly driven goes like a trotter, lie it nign-tai- i atyiu on tom Is hacked by thorsides to the third generation; oughbreds on both, tides, making htm tery actite and stiiigliily in gait; in form and finish a perfect model. He was sired by humbler Denmark, he by Ooddard's Denmark, be by Uiiinct At Cromwell a Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp Hereford. His first dam was sired by hir Wallace, he bv Todhuutur'a Sir Wallace he bv Sir Albert 'thoroughbred;: ad dam by Viriltiiut, fdam of Viruitilut bv Tranbv. thorouuhbredl: hy the cekurutcd Mason's Wbipp; 3d dam a Whlpp mare. 111 IIV METROPOLITAN, 137a, Hambletonian. Only one Night out to Now York. Solid Veatlbuled Trains to DamjOf.TTE, Va'ashlngton, Phlladoiphla, Balt!moro, York, Tom IRoTomson d 1 Insure 1 JACO! i POSTED. r- at at 1111-1- " i'.r.vi. 1'; . aa- ik A t-.'-!' vvr',. Vr)L. l'' 'S-'- t I .i " t 1 h&ktoL!?-it- j