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CHURCH AFFAIRS. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. , NO. 11 Be The 10,000 appropriated ly the Klders Hire ami llullakcr's meeting very large tianoient li.- nt hotels The ladies of the .Methodist church legislature for the tornatlo sitlt'ercrs 'm at Williamsburg, hml resulted in II nddi-nohere during tin- Inst ::0 days. gave a dining and supper on tlie 4th and I H'itr.: applied through otlleial tions to Inst accounts, ToMer's house wa struck by Win. agents. A pri.c of ?.00 has heen olleicd by realized about $I.!0. hiiroed !a- -t week. UtilittiitiK At the sale of the Danville Planing, Senator Wortlinin's hill has become the British Suiulnv school union for the, Miss Altnn Carson, w lm taught so poker around the best tale on gambling, "to be drawn as far MiI1 l:,8t ''hursdav Mr. J. S. I.oberts.one aim of a n..i..M.fnllv in Hrodhead n number COLOSSAL Imw become a high as possible from actual life," and "to viv- - of the partners, bought the machinery va,.r- - lw tlmiiialiiii" school at (Juth "nnuy centn-tni.... T' and real estate for Si'.'-misdemeanor. Likewise there can Ik no idly depict the evils of gambling." rie, I. T. A base ball game was played Satur- -' wageis to add interest to neighborly It. A. Itobinson has oll'ered to do Miss Maggie Myers, a litt'e games of whist. i.dn. Commercial, rebuilding of St. day morning between the Kentucky to the j nntc flO.000 beauty, who has been attending' and Centre College teams. At Mr. Warren presented the bill to' John's episcopal church, which was school at Memphis, Tenti., the last four the I'lo-- e of the game the seoie stood Kv. the time of holding the Lincoln t roved by the tornado in Louisville, years, arrived home Sat unlay, accompaMUSEUM, MENACERIEand HIPPODROME to the fund. T. 11C. C. 1!. Samuel. Mis. Miny county court from the tirst to the second and will guarantee nied hy her brother An election was held Saturday for a t Monday in each month. It was the! persons weie conveited Conn "is visiting relatives in Kansas. hill presented in the House and under Kldcr Lucas' powerful presentn-th- new board of councilman under the Inst l.lfJth Mrs. Carrie Graves was down from l.r00dth was to amend the charter of tion of the gospel, at the meeting at the town charter. Out of 0 wards four elecSaturday to see relntlves. Mr. and the town of Mustoiivillc. Until passed Christian church just closed, all of ted democratic councilmen. In the 1st Mrs. M II. Hoden are viMtltig fiiends that body. whom have been baptised and received ward Archer Hochester and Kvan Cowhi'ie. Mr. Smith's bill providing for the into the church. Hopkinsville New an, negroes, were elected. Jackson Daadopted child of A little vis, democrat, received l. votes; Petei placing of all convicts under in yearn of ''ril .... . David Pitman narrow Iv escaped being .. . S.' 1. i tie quarterly meeting win ne nein miener, democrat. b votes; Archer agent onie iiluiiiinl,.. tiwtimiinti ti ..til crushed to death bv a wagon Saturday . .v i t. wv wagontthcy iiru ui nuiMir inuirsonieuce cxpiroN, it r nKdiw nM imvi iniriinv mii nn Rochester I'.Vr. Kvan Cowan 1.'I7. In the, afternoon near this place. A ' favond.lv reported and iuwl. 'with Klay, wlion mere will Do no prenutung at Ith wanl (5. W. Welsh and(i. D. Uatter-tonst, m from of .Ti.-- I .lii. republicans, were elected. i the Metliod.st church here. Mr Mr Pitman's ho.iv. The driver got of! mi amendment making .t apply to those however, that he will . '"omu-es- . stepped aw..v to talk to that gentle- - now in the penitentiary. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. -- The House has scd the bill to devote the.. d Sunday, which is usually man. The child unnoticed climbed upon, K'ven to Mckendree to this church, The announcement of the marriage the wagon, unfastened the reins and the .'" commonwealth's attorneys ',o(X) a -- "' stone from Calvary which is to of Col. Sam 31. I'urdett is a genuine surwhen year in lieu of fees, i.ut the senate would ho.sesstarted down an incline, new prise to his friends hereabouts who form the corner of Dr. l!maKe the men rushed to the iccue of the lit- - do well to stop and consider whether tabernacle arrived at l.rooklyn on were not even aware that he was courtgentlemen are wo.th that much to Wli I'osilitr' hi it At tie one who Ion its balance and fell be- those It is about three ing. The interesting event occurred in We think It N capable of the steamer Uiava Ihe wheels just as the men reach- - the State. Iweirti feet M.ua.c and 10 inches thick and St. John's Cathedral, Denver. Col., on the proof that many of them are not. el the wagon Mr Pitumti rly : pounds ts color is the iMth tilt, and the fortunate lady was A bill to prevent cruelly to animals, "vWthechild the driver .Ini-Ihe legend is that the stone Miss Clara Uussell, daughter of an ex-- ' Vomits perilous position. Due of its , which wimlu p.ohibit turkey and pigeon, lrk shooting, cock tights and eveiy species is the one upon which theSaviorstepped tensive manufacturer at Massillion, O. ears was badlv ciK by the wheel. Sam is one of the best fellows in the' of (.port or work which inflicts unneces- - while on his wav to the cross, Uev. W. U. Arvin, pastor of the Wf)r,t and legions of friends will rejoice I'rcient tic at u II llmet- more lhan ailt.rium ..., wa favoia- Pa,n UI,0 M or ",r.v ...... ....n.. .in .... w;cr u, array , ..c cumicui mi. uluu r .- I'n.a ..,.-v- . FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. I'liltrr-l- i r..,,.. n nfli.r n '!... i... jjiiuul luruillf. rri... Iiewspajicr en"ni.ci, ' "Ily reHrted by the House committee co:iccicu, arccptaniy pteemeU anil proudly jii'imiltcd to the publii unhniit ill iiim tnc ""i A is dead. 1'n-- , mun, of vvliom heis a bright particular! other,hj" unan"nou tommeild'",on The mot seautifui Ud ciiiettnenne and daring liareSuek T. .1. Cress sold to J. M. Hail :evt" on criminal laws and placed in the or protracted illness, aged tier his ministration, the membership 8.- m,ite in sending warmest conratu- - 'dor', nowbefore ,hH 'K,,'lu x ,,,,,w f ilMe and .tartimK featme., absolute orumahty. mui- ders of the dny. at iltfiO. UU1 IIUC111CS ' a reconsideration ot the tax reuuc iucieased from 70 to W and through his ihiious aim goon wisues lor a long lite oi Frank Winfrey told to James (iasti- ' tion veto was moved Saturday and u,t. Inlhifiiw ami elTorta the splendid new- unalloyed happiness with the oue of hisi gelding for iVih. lU'iiu a (or pale at T.'i cents a friends of the governor succeeded .in baptist ciiurcii at mat place was hunt. choice. Col. and Mrs. Hurdett will be With a eatlnir capacity for miliinited.thousand Hxtra seel corn Hor-Conurev,. Trained AnimaU and Ancient preventing the tabling of the motion His illness commenced before its com- - at 10ine to their friends after the Sth, at Carnnalol Rome, Performing Klephaiits, I.ioik, MonU v Ilo; and lraintd Wild Anim.il. TncL bushel. Thornton Porter. Stanford. " ' bl.illiont Pomes and Mules Michigan avenue, Chicago. J.S. Iloberts bought the Danville and the iiiestiou will be up again one pletiou and he never had the pleasure of pleaching in it or seeing it after its com Advo- - day this week. It is not likely that the Planing Mill and lot for iti.'JOO. TTTlTlT'Sr Senate will approve of the House's at" pletion. His lat wordo were, "Oh1 For Sale---Bric- k cate. Residence Phenomenal Mid Air anil Arenie Champions from ..... ...I.J t? how beautiful. Old Hurley tobacco is selling in tion in passing the bill over the veto, , .... ' . .. ,. In Klin h I nou live. wi"t Mjiii ilrirl. mil the ' i ,..., u... t. v' e"'""c ne "unagemerit OeMien it distinctlj undCrsto..d that 01 an ' r S KaSler i,11Mlle bl k I, ,7 aithe 0 ,t;, Ili;.ci..rppo- Tilt announcement , at j'J to i'M per cw t., and new Mr Smjtlf of Madison, ollercd a lmisville 6I " iiiiii,um.t w,i iLtuco on xnu u.trcputaoie perj.oni with their neculiar iJ, ' OWSLEY J " "nuarr.aianioru ong Service drew quite an additional " ir.. r.r . swindling the unuar) he tolerated, u corps of iletn tuc. heinjcointantl) in thciremploj. Mr. John A. Haird, jolution ciowd to the Methodist church Sunday Johnson, of Uoyle, Iwught of West thecorrcsjiondent of the Ixniisville Post, I uiorniugaiid ah' who went were fully re- TEE COMNERCIHL HOTEL Doors Open 7 P. M. I Hour Knd parties '.".head of :'. and hut upon the earnest apiH.'als of Letterle Later. paid. The choir embraces some of the It OWENS, Manager '1 J. An Kesplemleut. Street ParadnKKE ETO ALU at 10.1. in. Open dens of RaieWdd Uartmau, Ixittisvillu members, to the I. cattle at '1 to cents. (I till Oi illlffl llllll tHl 11 nil IrVBVniUKna III IaU'II I. f. ft...... ..It House to stand by them, the lesolution hy the addition of'nn MIIVI DIIVIIHIHVHVUof llunn v uurns noiuiu in ww - Kentucky. Beasts uilh trainersin btieet Par.uk Free Kxliltution on llround alter Sticet I'.ir.ide Misa I.ihbie Pegan, cents WM wjtJiawn, whereupon the Post Millersburg College, and Miss Dollie Harrodsburg, heifers at of buneh I have tulen charge t thii popular hotel stutf at 'Jjcfnt. urcs this uui shot "If inu Legislature Williams, of Stanford College, it made and intend to run it in a tirst clav, manner in ever) nimn lotof rppeit It is heme papered and painted Srome scrub rattle sold yestentny at) t,a( jt n ti0iK jtH duty in standing nniBic wortii listening to. .Miss I'egan, top to bottom, the bidding hein: renot ated(ror.i and J7A. l). it'tere, Uartman and the ecrilimj done U maVr it pleasant und '$14 a rnead and'plng hordes at f' to uitiri fc.irt t'litili jtimnntitrntfit tlwt autr uiwl gueits. The table shall ner be surpus-- ' . Litt .....,. i liltu la li t ..v. rtt lii tliAitt wiMuiuuu- - in ...... ntnol ihnmru There was a very large nowd in town. J II. OWENS ossesses. tur. ed by hoteliiu this srctioD cultivated voice sue , WII.I. t!E A I of M1 acres of land on Ural) the lotterv light, mi i i"i ii't'is liiitl 11 is' i.ndhcv jiiu.il lieu a verv annronriate ser- Partn ' i t pike, miles trom Mauiora, ior i.vingdou ie a tlistiuguished honor w hen "ion from thetext "Comt and see where Orchnnl ' ! sale. Apply nt Intkhiok Jul iivw. oi- - t i ri.fUM.,! admission to the tloor. The ll'1' ljan '"ij tic Post desites no higher compliment in C. J. Jackson ha sold to Shadoau the eyes of all honest men than the pub UNLIMITED CREDIT. On Thursday, April 10th, 1890. farm, the Uogle lie enmity of Letter, Uartmau and the Uros., of Wayne, hi What IIU Mutlirr Would ! If Nh Wr .... .i. nn.v i.M.k I. ..ill .... ....- ...M:n. ... nnk. at.a.l... n..., ... ,... 'i v nil..., ..rf.r per acix. otiier pothouse politicians of that ilk. place, about 1M) acns, for Nl.ort of .Mi.nvj. for sale my Mock, cons.stini; ol tS head of aite, l A couiitry sehoo'linlstress hml much rattle, extra rothi ones, 5 mio. cows, Somerset Heporter. of such cattle is the highest The bay horsr'mtiles pair of 15 cotnbinrd fldin;, t i four J. 0. Fox, o( Lincoln, boughtin tliisi ,,,,,'j,,, ,, upright newspaper could re- - trouble with Jior pupils and to avoid it Selilinz, c.i saddlemari', i tvojear-olmade hor examples placed lioforo them county a pair oi ageu niuies iur oiiw. ' reive. a s.idille mare 'tlJinj;, yearling of nn explanatory character or ' talhon. ii 75 pound sho.it,, t brood mu, i lioar, -- mares and . mitle for neu liizsy, i road cart, Walter A Wood The effect Was often unexpectThe performances of Kieiicli i: Co.s ed. In going over Wood at 13. Lincaster News. their usual reading kit. hen itiirniturcMowing Machine, household .ind farm implements Also 800 Are headquarters for The Itichlotr henl of HH St. Umheit urt.Ht Uailmad Cinu. Museum Muting- - leoson a line wa, ciomii hy the lady pounds of baton, and pounds of lard, v o. ol will offer mV l.irm f lurscA'h fold at Denver to IcKinley. of t.rje and Hippodroine weie grcett.il yes-upon which to test the merits of tho Irish iiol.itne. 'Penniylvlinia, for f (O.lVK tjash and will tenlay by packed houses, and the tvxtra- - scholars. The line read: "And ho was ordinary performances of this unrivalled a man of unlimited credit In business." be shippeil to that t.ttP. "Xow. .John, can vou tell mo what U At iht same time There are ts ... re. hro'Mii for farm on tin! aggregation Of tirst lass female Robert Duncan sold his for wheat and rcnuimtcr in K"as cum, ernis Plows! Plows! Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Nii'liolasville, containing ls7 unues and male riders singing and gro-- meant by the wonl rrcilit when iiNod as Cash. outskirts of In this lettMin?"' L'.T.SAMMDGK Thv ourii tcsiiuc clow ns. aurubati,aud aerial cxhi n syndic.tt; at turno Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no Tlnii slit atldrt'Sieci on of the r,.td T I) KXt.l.lsll, Auit nnccr. nnfl ntJtt'l several othunteals in fiili' i lutiointof nnd uuilitv, mid of tho jkIiimI. , . i . . .i i .. ., i ii "1 diiniio, nmrui.V snld .lohnuj. look(,iiou:ii uoitiensi, uie wouueriui periotiu-- l tatu, wiiicn anown some p t plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvery plow warranted to ing sheepishly. KM) m theie. nnceH of the Idithly eilucnteil liorseii, podo good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. You don't knowr itiid the. mUtrnss. s Ik.1. .lamch delivered u,,U. HnyOv11! i nien, inulc.1, youth and tlov" Mere received Well, look here. Sijppeyour mother I will pay 1 Kmsrd oT ifty Dollar, for inf. nil . of Nelson ciunty, I'o evtrtt bUttr tilt j vvitli h1iuuI.h of laughter and applause. was to conio short of money the latter tion vii convn 'i .n id illy unnuthorued person tnule. April Iht, at Si'.SOO for the intncli. Tokh that the show snt uiuvenl wit-- part of the week anil eoiW al pro.vlions. Fotmd Cutting; Timber or Dam"Mr. .lameis lsouuht of A. It. Kirity, -- .t isfactinn, woultl be only to repeat what' eto.. now what won Id sho do?" aging any Improvements Sho wnasatUflrNl thai her illustration V.rJL'W oxtni cotton olt tintli-- n at Sr..llarrosl8- - i,as i)0t,,, w,j, nf jj by our (wlinujzcb ) $ ' throughout the wa jilalti and awaited the corroct reply (In the f. IUmill 'rii.trl) country ilitrint: the mst lnrv Democrat. aud it came tint; . Knuvi u a. Ihelttrms it bf Catron have lrouht. the bufJSl. c5c Well, maim." replied J Jinny, "I Tim Hutchison's,M.hl mil llanpli's, liaittn Cash. XDETJC3-(3-IS(ieorvt IfWiy btnldcjuinl "tlm lJt bn liirs', t6 Ik Urinkley ?rhojiiiiitiaKeiifJjiiro A tiling's ucrc Ukt,W, 'ler dunno what thi would do unless she H I' V'ounjj, HnnV-'trHl which it Simula from Mt. MrTnis,', m l.nnii's iimn Iheir lliorouiih' erticiency in pawned dud' Sunday coat." V. liui) Kutthison's 40 ucre tarm, At Co me flntiHold toMimuel. iookliiK after thoir lesion of ptrins ley for fl.l '.". wa Instantly drop'ml and The rcemali nd K K llarreti's ti.nl.er ir titsun litis I. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, re, John iunrle Cover Hi head d vearhun pat more paiticularly in the altwuce of all' the luacher has hmtall faith to thnt Creek, t a. joi aires, Tutnhull s. ji; 1, re1 Join. II. M.j Harris, m illuhtration. -- Yoiuijf Irftdios' llui.liHn's. sires John Anderson's, 14rre, Power.', itx. FANCY ARTICLES, &C mrts, sluors for jll per head. .Simeruft u'- the rouiih element, of cmm! bharpers and lJv goo m res, Wash Herns' 517 ire cabin's, piildinin. bMindliii'' devices w common with tlie Journal. Kohinsari Mil tract, I Tobln's lrtrni, llrsan l'hysicians presinptioiis accurately cftiipriuirtf d, Knld'siVrm, Joel t'etrey's farm. A (.sch's larm, V4r111 Winter. Major .lolin I). Harris Mild last it- - many uliows that iufent the country dm- VV. Collins' tarm, on I. idee, (xjiri, lien Amonjr tHenlBny'sHlilltirof thl.s warm T) Miller's, ssao aires,Uutie imlity to Me:ih Simmons V Itoe. 70.1KX) Ui, xw tenting: hea.son, 11: addition to tr0 llenr Millers, 44 aires Sli'phuii llurcli's, 153 aires, D II, l.dmiston's winter we not tho following: pounds of tobacco at HI cent per pound, t,is feature, aud the ueiitiemanly man t tract. Strode Houe. CiHiage near depot Dandy lyin' storle, hlonmeil all over Orthurd, Hotel, Cnttairt' and Storehouse at at Cr.tl Mr. Overton llifenei stall, who lives on mir of allcontiected with the show vc THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, J Ol IKNIII.l.MKK, tho countrv lonjr after Christmas. tlin Jack's Creek pike, had Iti tine lambs ' bev,p0ak tor ft the immense business Aient fur ) ners tni em ltlizzards comimr Knsi wore straw hats CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. killed Monday nitfht by dop. Uich-- they ait hound to receive. Milwaukee' and tltister-tEver brought to this market, t'n. es lower than eed and Sale giable (Jrasi. prew in the streets of PhiladelKcj'iHUir. givsry, Nutinei. mniid the lou est. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. has, reort.s l phia during all the winter months. At Stanford Friday, April l.s. The paired on short'notice and warranted. . yb Ten-A warm feeling prevailed between It, ftoin ui'iiiy counties in Kentucky, Another war has broken outin How llarrbon und.llaby McK'ee. tueky, Tennessee, Southern Iiidinmig Spring-bottopantaloons appeared of beveral dis iN'ortli Alidiamaand Dhio, which shows an over the disturbance on the streets as early as January 1. that the wheat outlook in Kentucky ami ' tillenes by the levenue otlicers: The! strawberry Alabama is for n nearly average crop, moonshiners have shot six men from could bo had all through December and across the (Hiio nnd in Tennessee bush more or less seriously because they January. 'sMsEKaillBaVBtMCIB3-ss(ls-This is suspected thorn of telllnii on tliem. Flowers of sulphur bloomed in tho theprospects are not so W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. lien. Dan K. Sickles, who lias just drug stores. osneciallv tlie case in the border counties , LONDON, Spring chicken ripened every month of Indiana, where cold and wet weather been appointed sheiill' of New York,' of tho winter. Good turnouts and saddle horses always tor hin .ludne. London is the most conven on reasonable terms has had a varied career. He .lias been' lias played havoc with the urain. tent point on ihe railroad to reach place in the legislator. ConrcssniHit and secretary of . of the State The Art or Actliij-- . in the mountain -- James Sloan, white, and Itobert Hur-- )t.j.,tioll , London, rose from colonel to James II ullo, Do Torcst. How's tho row at (tioen- pin, black, elided in t,t. Iatt. wnr n w,(ll ,(, ,()fit world iisin' ye, mo boy? wril w nen nrcw u , Do Forest Xow Is tha winter of our wood, I'ulaski county, Wl.lt as n,,jst,.,. to jj.j,, j,, ,sus Had, bad, Jimmy. I'm tries! to sboot tlie uc;jro. Tlie s:c. In 1S57, while serving as Congiess-man- , discontent. a.pistol and playing ltuc Iciugham in at fif vvenpon iniRsed lire anil tlie lajter .went lie descovered the uiifaitliftiliiess teen a week. Hut, anon, what cheer ofi'to arm biin'elf Sloan and his broth- o his wife and killed her paramour, vvltli you'. ' ... ... followed with a Winchester rille. The pi.tij,, k,... iihI' " "w ,.r.r,.,.M...i i.! .inmon Htnn..tvnniniwii. .......... . . ..s... ...... 1. ,,, rf, (.(....v v.....uu ...,.. Tin .... n saloon anil wnen u tiial for inurdijr which lusted L'O popotatnus at two hundred. Como and negrQ M'ent into davs. atSJKWf ' rr f f77Tli3WEfrT,n'r rTB dlnowlth me. llarpor'o Weekly. i Sloan entered ho shot him wit i a gun " A flue head of virgin-gol- d grabbed fron. behind the counter ... ... .'..... . colored hair he tnnv ll lilts dL CO., Sloan fired nt the s.uue.t....e and Hurg.n W(U bring from $200 to 3oO, according to Father-You- ng Einstein has been n ft'joiU '0 yanla nnd tell dcntl. Hie its length and luxuriance and to those voted to you for two or threo years, HUSTONVILIiE, KY. ball from llurgiu's gun did not go amiss, w)io havo it aud nro anxious to convert hasn't ho? Will keep constantly bn hand a large and select line of Furniture Ate still in the business and ready to d. any an hour after-- j jt into hanj cash, it may lie pleasing to' Dauglitor Ycjri, papa. as ho died from it8.ollccts thine in the Undertaking lini- - VV'e hate u full , Case and ol all llll"ir ,a" v "" ry siow auoui pro stock of description. Casketshearse, Muds and Kobei and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low a3 such goods wards. Ihirgin bait been in several on-- iu.ar that there nre orders in advance Our Inch is nearl of every is reported as having killed Hirmi iiiiui.ui ue prouuceii oi huh He poslnp? can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conflculties and new can be obtained on short notice Mr Daughter Yes, Jake Is a little slow, Green has charge of cur business and will j at Jellico. He had an eyeshot scription for the next live years. Chat- but (confidently) ho'll get there all tho our goods to any one ncedinjr anything inshow vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. two men nir ter. 64 U" Hue out in a dilliculty. same. Chatter. Don't DECEIVED. by False Announcements. - w -- FRENCH & CO.'S in, Mf RAILROAD 11 Hock-castl- e, ty liixty-eigh- How-lan- d e i j j -- lI,..r ,,,1 Ood-am- . , -' -- il. - Stanford , Friday, -- April . 18th ! ! U-as- t. ,.,,,.,,,,.. ' - ..- -. uri-iuii- ... I t .- - f - Requiring Acres of Tents in which to Exhibit, e 8 ... CLOWNS I ; res-at-?- ? I -- 15 toJ-.'l-V- tore-in-flat- e "'"'"'''" . . 8 ... at and Performances ... ! 111! d, M ; fi ' 11 I W .... 1 iii lomfort-abtef- or French & Co.'s Great Show 1 m ' PTJBX.XC SAI.E - STANFORD, Friday, APRIL 18th. -- ll d, thrct-vearo- ld thref-jpir-ol- d d HIGGINS & M'KINNEY year-ol- I StO-.'.- , illtis-tratW- e. I 1 Self-bind- j ''ii-hc- N , 1 I j ( 177 Acres for Rent Hardware, Crooeries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, dtc. l 1 &z 1 5-- .... stK-nctl- . ... la' -' 1 stuni-bllng-blo- S50 REWAHD 1 I 1 I ate J PENNY, iff m VV T conj-mtula- -, J"Ei"V7"EXjElK;. I V sutit V. -- VV I - v. j j Otton-hei- m l'sfljiL ..... 1 ..... . '"rvK I Courier-Journa- 1 Home-grow- n ice-crea- m am-vvhi- lo tiBBBMNEW -' FUMITURE MACK HUFFMAN, BPBdDP. K.V. - ( se-i- 1 Kit-har- " ,, I u-- mJ de-ra- MlMlj Tflfel ' TitetBMLsssCTrr , ' iiijt J. T. STTTTOIT ' . I s t tfl TWHtMliatitM f aAaaalillt sWWWLBLsW-WWalsrMLWBIWsWMBM-WWs ' if TtltlAiSTi 1 t i -- "! - rfl ' V '.iLli'- - 'J'SA.'T'ri'.i. .?' r n . . s .W ijfirtMs'Uhhs. idtVsiwitfkstiAj. ' A.X . jg.V pnm " ji.liMiWiWWMWamHi I IfKMiM .wiwtiatiSslr 4aywWM ', " ''I"-- 1 ! ' ? ( M At Homesville Ga Robert McCoy County Democrats" havo condemned and William Hieksjcoloredl were hang Judge Kiucaid without judge or jury. ..,1 Pri.lnv for tlio murder of William TIihv write to the Catlettsburg Demo- - finishes and his wife last November. Ai'KfL 8, 1830 crU "Our people were deeply grieved at The old Greeley homestead, built by Kv., Stanford, ' untimely death of the late Hon. W. Horace Gieeley, near Chipp.iuqua, .V J the 1 Taulbee. In his death at the hands V.. uiix ilfstrnved bv fire in the absence V. P. ' of Charles K. Kincaid they feel and be of its owner. Miss Gabrielle Greeley. Fredericksburg iV Tin. deliberate murder lieve that a foul aud from'1 .Yew Goods, lists been committed and that unerring Potomac will double track its road Tm: Committee ou Charitable Institu- ' to be mone y to Richmond to Washington, the tions made a majority anil n minority justice should be meted out speedily to mortgage for $2,000,000. dis- - m rnist'd bv ve wa report in the House. Both showed the his slayer. The people of the 10th be- The republicans of Pulaski have got goods, We've lunatic asy- trict, almost without regard to paity, rrowiled condition of the a primary election lor demand immediate iclief. lieve he was incapable of doing an niton fixed May 17 for to lums and both officeis. There are from one to a The majority thinks that this should be tioual wronj; They take noxtock in the county ever. we dozen candidates for each office. had in the establishment of a new asy- foul slanders hurled at him bva portion half A raft containing 20 negroes, who of the tate press, and especially by the classificalum, as enlarcing prevents the to escape from the flood tion of patient, and does them very man who has foully consummated the were trying icksburg was capsized and only 1:5 proceed- near much mine harm than ood; prevents crowning act of the infamous improvised boat receiving individual care and ings by shootini: him down like a dog." of thoe on board the them from reached the shore alive. attention and makes it impossible forthe (jkoin,k Dkn.vv talked very exultantly The Middlesboeo News reports sale institutions to result in the greatest Rood. to the Lexington Transcript with referof lot 0, in block 11, N. K., at f 7,000, an It therefore presents a bill to appropri- ence to hiscontest with Col. W. O.Bradley advance of tl.OOO in six weeks. The ex? ate 5100,000 for i new asylum and pro- for National Committeeman, and said he hibition car has started on it rounds apbointment of three com- would have Carto vides forthe Caps, Goods, Shoes, elected by a majority and will go first through tin' New En missioners to determine upon the loca- of three had not two men proved un need, go no to come gland States tion. The minority report is for the mindful of their promises. The truth of goods, lowest There are now in New York City of the three asylums, which the matter is that Col. Bradley would lor tne saie oi S.SNi places licensed for SiSO.OOO and could be done, it says, have been elected with the forces on liquors, a decrease of 78 in the number. nave the additional set of officers that a hand had he not released Wood DiiHiap, of saloon license during me year, a no new institution would require. Humani- who was under obligations to him, so receipts were f 1,442,770, an increase ofj ty demand that something be done at that he could vote for His brother-in-la$12,:V0 over those of lSs.s. suforxe.'.as there are men and women The committeeman for the Vul district into! fering in the jails of many counties be- was also for Bradley, but could not get best Good million and a 'half, timi four bullets cause of a lack of accommodations for to the meeting on account of high wa his head with suicidal intent, but failed them at the asylum?, which are now ter. nor could a telegram reach him for received, accomplish his end. iiis mind to be w'oi'th S5c. tvool of The Western asylum same reason. The contest was postpon to u. "" oeen anecieu sime . Mree-Vbe solt IMS SUo. IVOJ'Ul OUC .1 LUl'PetS has room for only ooO, yet the present ed for a year, when we hope fo see the daughter, Mrs. Carter Harrison. 7VJJ7, 'jUC 75c, occupancy is 5G3. In the Eastern asy- Garrard county entry come out with the (OCpCl -V- l.pn rh!..M burned down in ls71 . O 7 . lum are 7150 patients with room only lor blue colors flying. Louisville contributed 200,UUU to the tfj.. Wo. In the Central alone is there more sutlerers. When Louisville had a flood The judiciary committee of the Hotice rfom than uatients. it having room for It is thought has agreed to favorably report an amend in l.v4 Chicago contributed 51. When 7S0, with 720 occupants. n part of Louisville has blown down that the majority report will be adopted. ment to the constitution providing that Chicago has contributed nothing. Another asvlum is inevitable in the near l S. .Senators be elected by direct vote H. W. Coins, a lawyer at Jellico, future and the difference in securing it 0f the people, instead of by the legisla- - was tilled with buckshot by John Cates, now to enlarging is not sulheienttomake tures, but it will not be adopted, even if of New comb, Tenn., because he was too the Houmj should pass it. The Senate, the latter an argument. If Goinsj to the hitter's wife. which is composed for the most part of attentive badly disfigured recovers he will be too w'ome 'days ago Gen. Boynton, the men who have purchased their seats, I. 51. Washington correspondent of the Cin- 'would never agree to this change of the to be much of a Don Juan in the future. , published a Coramercial-Ga.etteA Kansas husband has been sent to, cinnati constitution. It is easier and cheaper to rsss stable, jail for i) days for whipping his wife. HUtement that Col. De Arnaud, the i buy a legislature than to face the people. STANMMtH, KY. who is prosecuting a claim for servi- who would count brains ami character, It is laid down in Blackstone, who gets ces during the war, wa p. spy againstthe more highly than money and medioc- itirom Coke, that a man may moderateSI'ECI L ATTENTION U COMM EKCI Kl. We have the nuest and most complete stock of. ly discipline his wife, provided he does traveler government. The coldnel on seeing this rity. Hort and mule bought and ld thi te ud in Hvrrv a whip "larger than his little Onl rirt-l- a office and denot use honenJ marched to the general's The contest over the will of the late linger." manded a retraction. The general deRebecca Shipley, of Stauutou, Va., clined to retract, when the colonel brand-oi- l Joseph Page, which was had before him iu? a coward. Thereupon the .nidge arnon I'nuayanu aturdav re has been arrested in Philadelphia for to the amount of 5700. She general threw the colonel headforemost suited in its beini: sustained. 11 I fca added new bnfslc, wgonnd hrp lo uble muhiiI lo nvn.inj: tfirough the door. After getting himself Jones and wife alleged that lie was not acknowledges the corn and says she did my on hrt vli none in ihu itvtwn situation ful- in a mental condition to make a will it because it was so romantic. It is notice and feedinc bv Mrt da . turnout month.! together and taking in the cek or the peciahy. O.J THURMOND. Ky ly, the colonel was satisfied that the gen- and had been unduly influenced in cur- 6tated that she is wealthy and charitable Junction City, io;-aeral was not a coward, so he acknowl- tailing their share. They were repre- and the freak due entirely to mental de- sented by Miller fc Owsley and A. M. rangement. edged his mistake and apologized. Frye and wife. John D. Paee and Mrs. Gov. Buckner has issued a piocla- There is a great revolt in the republi-- George Adams bv J. W. Alcorn. The mation designating April 12 as Arhor I ilc vi re to itll my farm cf about ijo icru, .tu can partv in Iowa against the prohibi matter will be appealed to the circuit day and recommending that all public Ever in Stanford. Call and examine ,ui) be cunvinced. .1 .it ulet north ol Man lord oti the which has been running it court. schools and COUeiieS Of the State Observe jtugh Branch f.iie,oppoite the old church There for some years, and succeeded in running Maj. L. C. Xokmax. State Auditor by the same by suitable exercises, having Sr.JtcTriViW.n . "othT TJws. it pretty much' into the ground. Theseri-ousnes- s appointment, has nnnounced himself a for their object the imparting Of knowl-- I of four room and kiuhcn and a jplendjd new A and weight of the movement is candidate for l adornment be si' en imme Cutely. particular, J. Shoes. the office at the election in edge in arboriculture and the . -- ' y. indicated by the fact that 18fl. He served the South gallantly of schools and public grounds. of the Interior Kirkwood, Dun it Co's. commercial report for during the war, has been State senator Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs, Lace Curtains, &c. the war governor of the tate, is one of and was insurance commissioner for 11' the iirst three months of the year, shows jyT CO M B the leaders in it. Louisville Commer iiic i;uitiiii v iu i,rn 11 . u.v-- i j vov.wwu "c '" " MT. VEHNON, KY. :"" " UV" , cial. Jess so. Iowa has a democratic financial. condition. There have been U ( ilt aim h competent man, run me iaies nave 4'rnf ..n. " ah in Hoieqi.ttiii maintain old and decreed, and the democratic party will fewer failures and smaller liabilities; a tHm hn reputation. Charfet reatoname. .spe ., . will give her elec-- 1 . , ,,.,. .; years and in , tonage than ever ru..,r.1. InC i ,.,... eiuorce u, inai lion, .union i. uurnam larger railroad , .. , cial attention to the travelinc public. .GO TO. lOrai VOie lO vue ueiuijcrstui; vuuuiuniva will be the next Auditor of Kentucky. e 1 before; heavier foreign trade than is .!.! SrJWCOMB, Prep., for president and Ml Vernon, Ky, Sj.ll. usual for the season, with a greater doThe McComas bill to prevent gerfv- - mestic consumption in nearly every ar Thi: Board of Equalization has .com- - rmauderin ,.. b,.en (flvorablv rfinnrt ', , ticle. ., . uleted its labors, which resulted in but it is only a huge blufl. It stopped Members of the Virginia and North 'MODEL GROCEKY" about $2,000,000 being added to the taxa- several legislatures from redistricting Carolina delegations in the House have DlLLlONS SWITCH, KV. ble property of the State. Among the their States, including Kentucky's, which sent a petition to Speaker Reed request Dealer In counties in this vicinity in which no has found out the true inwardness of ing him to recognue one of their num- - TVrv flnnrla. Notions. Hats. Cat) 8 rechange was made from the assessor's the matter and will proceed to redistrict ber, for the purpose of moving, under a turns are Casey, Garrard, Jessamine, the State as it ought to do. It can't suspension of theules. the repeal of the . And Spades, Madison, Pulaski. Rockcastle and Wayne. hurt, even if the McComas bill should will do is tobacco tax. What Reed Groceries, a1Cenera Uno A: Among mose increase are Anuerson o pass a part;san Congress. IriNh question of some intercut, since he was per cent. Lincoln 2; Marion 4 and Mer-- 1 SetN, BcanN first Ul denounce Mr. Carlisle 8 ac- - AlUindaof ProducnaVen in exchance for Koodt. cer 3, while Boyle Rets a reduction of 15; The Louisville Post jnves it as expert the when he declined to entertain aj potoffice, Lmncnon. Ky. tion Also a full stock of Landrcth's, D. M. Ferry & Co. and Grossman's Laurel 3, Whitley 7, Jackson 5 and Ows- - j opinion that the story about the woman motion. '..-,- , being blown out of her house into the similar 10. ley Garden Seeds in papers. JttUUOH, top of a tree and having every stitch of C. A. BENEDICT & CO., The democratic candidate for yover-no- r clothing torn off en route, is a lie. Well, F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, in Rhode lisland cot a plurality of we won't dogmatize. A paper that has Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Kentucky. London, the votes casf at the election last week, been at that business so long certainly TANFORD, KY. but Little RJ. ady is not under a republi-- 1 ought to know a lie when it meets it. I have moved to ny new Hotelind am better drilled to order and Pumpt furmthed at prepared than ever to accommodate the public Wellt can form of government, so the election I have a full line ol 30 factory price. , Oood l.ixrry attached and exery convenience Mayoh Jacoh's proclamation calling goes to the Legislature. There is a prob-- ' . iic me a wall. rRANK KI1.KV. J7 to observe ability that that that body too is demo- - on the citizens cratic and that justice will prevail. The Good Friday as a day of fasting and JA democratic candidate for governor last prayer, was a wonderful production. The than-ann Prince, was evidently excited and his I will Hand my fine ouns bore, other writer year received more votes Thin notice forearnt huntert. fishermen and In package and bulk. Also all varieties of mile eat of Stanford on thr Stanford others not to tretpatt on our Unas without per. of i6o, li candidate, but the Legislature, being re-- 1 nerves unstrung. c Preacherville pike at $7 to insure a colt to mission, as all such u ill be prosecuted to the No alk around the mare and tuck get up, publican, chose the republican candi extent of the law. Signed: IriNh N. V. colt, no pay Prince is a tine, Myluh, black hone, D V. HOLMES NEWS CONDENSED Dr. I V. LOGA.V. Hn tire ve.tr old ihis sprinK, 153 hands hih date. 7 IOSH ADAMS was out of a Denmark mare and was tired hy a PHU.11KRT RICHARDS II. W. GAINES. J ft. McKINNKV. TheMonon road subscribed S2,o00 Urcnnon norte Hit dam a tired by a JOHN G. I.YNN, IN FANCY- h'jrte and outot aWhip mare He is a natu- Mrs. SAMFORD IRWIN, The Interstate News, published at to the Louisville relief fund. Mrs ALICE TLCKER JOS. 11AI.I.OU. ral Raited t addle borse Williamsburg and Jellico, has been leasmy splendid yountjacl.. Thomas G. Murrell, oldest son of I ill al tand ed by Mr. G. A. Denham to J. E. Mur-re- the latell. C. Murrell, is dead at LouisHARRY A. EVANs, and Win. McCormick, and if the ville. ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, I have SARATOGA CHIPS, something new and popular. MAl'LK Lawrenceburg has been made a He is 5 years old, about ij hands hib, black latter is half as good a newspaper man STANFORD, KY as the former they will make a capital presidential office and T. J. Ballard ap with mealy nose, line length and form. of He old SYRUP, the best on the market. Other Fancy Groceries always my ired by Arch Walker's Jack and out paper. Let us suggest, however, that pointed postmaster. jennet, lie uiu ttanu at iu 10 insure con 10 ki on hand. Staple and Heavy Groceries in abundance. and Survevincr in up, walk around the mare and suck No colt, no JSngfineeriUSf ttiey suostiuue some ou.er neau lur Tlje Iliotle Iuland legislature stands pay initjaci iiajiicu j hc ttiti uim all branches. any FLOWER CROCKS, plain and fancy and somethingjjaltogethcr new their nersonal column besides "Person 47 republicans to 11 democrats, with 17 him and than 0lt jacL I eser ttood Call and e hu of these and traded or re The word may be good, but it members yet to be elected. .Merer bred to either alities." in that line. Call and see them. moved from the neljjhb'irhood without tatisfyinc is nearly alwnys used in a disparaging' am foal It has been found that outside of mr that thev are not inhold atorftitonthe season until lien the colt money is tense. Louisville, in Kentucky, ,V) persons were the seasondue.paid also11 SILAS AMJr.RiON, is I offer my Hotel I'ropertv situated at Kingtville, 207 wounded by the tornado killed and Lincoln county, Ky , at a bargain if sold at omr, z containing 10 food rooms: all necessary outbuild The House by a vote of JVi to 20 re- of March 27. inns, Ac A splendid place to open tince whisky fused to accept the governor's veto of I will ex bus been oted back in the county: or William Williams, a negro, who ,W. 1. McCARTY. change. Address bill. The opposition the Kingtville, Kv confessed to raping a J07 tf child, BUSINESS was headed by Smith, of Madison, who was taken from the officers at Kosse, made bis race on the promise of a reducAsftrutteeof Mrs, V. A Uohon, dee'd, I will, Texas, and hanged. order to close up the estate, sell to the rushes; STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. tion and it seems he was determined to Senator Brice, of Ohio, has bought bidder on MONDAY, APRIL 17. 8oi, tcouiity of A Sure Cure for nil Diseases In keep his word even at the expense court day, on the premises, the Itt'SFNESS All persons wishing a pleasant life and well Ft. Wayne, Cincinnati and Louis- HOL'SFZcn Third and Mam streets, in Danville, i VksvHivHiiiKsK2 Mr. Warren, we are the right and justice. pleased them use Patent Flour made at by J H ville Railway, generally known as the now occupied three years' Otter. to'The property is unfordwile let Mills Call for it at your Roller an excellent ten lease now under a glad to say, is recorded with the 20 who got it on hand, urge prove a profitable investment to the eery, and if they have ant, and will Muncie Road, for $2,."00.0G0. It is one of the be.t locations In Dan them to keep it, or get an order from athem and stood by the governor. purchaser I will guarantee p!caant The republicans voted to admit ville for a business house, commands good rent. Bet it at the Mill and ? and interesting lamily al and is never vacant Sale will take pl.ue at W N. POTTS, Superintendent. The Bowtnar Brothers have enlarged Idaho into the Union. The democrats o'clock in the atteriioon. promptly, when terms 9S Arltinc from Impurities or the Blood, ud the Woodford Sun to an eight column-quart- refused to votft but Reed counted them will- be luade known it. 1. - i.uiuj.n, rustee. from Functional Derangementi. largest weekly in anyway ami the question will be taken making it the ! to the Sojireine Court. outside of the Courier-Journathe State The presidont has nominated Louis A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AMD A CERTAIN The young men are making a first rato JLots I Veen nn hand a No. t duality ol Jellico. Lily paper out of it besides, and show that A. Grant, of Minnesota, to bo assistant and Nut Coal in uiy yard Leave your orders at PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. In the ..orporate limits of Rowland. promptly. they are worthy successors of their la secretary of war; Brigadier General Xel- - Yard asd they will Leattenoec l.to ri ion !.?, j H DARST, Rowland. Startcrd, Ky 6 (,, i sou A. Miles to be For Sale by A. If. PENNY, ineiited father. Ky. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal A tew men sinning themselves "Klliott f li ALWAYS-TH- E LEAD jr WALTON. ' I I ' . Ewy department full of Spring rich in quality and style and unapproa citable in price. Extraordinary Bargains not found uuy ana. sru ciseicncre. arive aueaa oj an opposition, oecause cash and will save you dollars. got the the quantity, we've the quality, the variety and. the disposition hammer prices down lower Hememhcr, than are Headquarters for Economical Buyers. len Are you a money - saver If you are, don' t ivasle time limiting round Trunlis, Hats, for the place buy Clothing, Dry pets. &c. at nwneu saving prices, but us; iou direct prices. Special tfttcst styles and far titer for reliable i Inducements this Week 11-wo- in Carpets. over-crowde- d. .,. " Jfenip Carpets at locper yard, ivoHh 20ci the Rag Carget made 20c per jai'd, worth 2oc, handsome patterns in Ijigraiii Carpets at 25c per sold a new lot all yara, Just filled Carpet s will fus wee', at worth ird. Beautiful Brussels Carpets at f'OIUl at ol W j THE LOUISVILLE STORE HRICE, ud j .Vain Street. Stanford, M. SAkUNTGER, MANAGER. j Bus-sia- n urn uu j NEW GOODS! livry Stabl. ! ( shop-liftin- g I j Farm For. Sal. a 1 Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, Full Line of Boots and ! J lion-eleme- nt I - rr thEf f'-well-kno- US Emmerson's Sous Cents' fine .. i ' W HOTEL. l",,'' .... , ir-i- SEVERANCE & SON. i vice-preside- nt. ' - ., AoA.WARRENI Pen and J For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks Potatoes, Red White Onioa in hulk. ' raTeulntturV.nd T""' of Northern Seed KlLhJI n,Trm THE j I ; PRINCE SI :ds-a- ll y KINDS lull-e- tt I Seed Potatoes and Clover Seed at the Lowest Market Prices. Dren-no- n ll G-iR-OGEZRI- ESI Modoo. s j ' I For Sale or Exchange. MARK HARDIN. DR. ELLIOTT'S - I PROPERTY. Medicated Food, 111 gro-n- ot 11 - HORSES, Cattle, Sheepand Hogs o, 1 7- l. Attention, Coal Burners. For Twenty Building Sl major-genera- l. Stanford, t. y .t .' placed nil our accounts and Tun Lincoln Building and Savings As-- 1 Harvey Helm for collection, sociation w ill begin on Saturday, April eih found at Hill fc MeRolierts 5, IK), to issue a new series of stock. II. Foil Sale or rent the Carpenter House ' j J. Darstand A. A. Warren are author- Owsley & Craiir. SrANFOIlD, Kv., l'MI. S 1800 Apply to l. It. Carpenter. .,...,,. .v.. l.ll in .ri..IVl. ulllicj.ritif tntia fif a.irm. At the election Saturday the old board New lot of Men's and loys' spring Yestkrimv was probably the last coun- for the Danof directors were B.C.(WALTON,BU8.ManaKer clothing just received at S. H. Shanks'. ville and Crab Orchard pike, which ty court that will be held here on A m: and beautiful line of one and means the retention as president of that tirst Mondny. The House has passed MEANS BUSINESS. bill changing it to the second eight-daclocks at clever gentleman, John S. Unsley. lb MeRoberts'. and the Sen.Ue will follow suit at unci Com k and settle vour account. A. R. ' Sim k he has gotten to be such a rail.Ioiin- M:wi ami. woo lias matte one oil! Penny. When P. W. G " applied to .......... i..,.i ui...i 'c...i..i i... and jewelry repaired ami road promoter, ipiire 1'ortman calls him Watch ks v In Iip liiii.n.i. n iiAtirt iit.t ivi.miijtt iji ill 'JIU i.U cj.Il Hutinfa wuiv T'll IMMivio Vandeveerbilt. warranted. A. R. Penny. j are Is a candidate for ........ ..( i... .,.. in iiuiiunviuef nu was ronironuiu uy a ,:i drugs, patent Tiik best place to buy A i.m.K and beautiful line of glass-A- . nun? .i.... ui7ni ui .iihj sunlit, iiuiuu nK'i' petition from the linu people ask- V. medicines and toilet articles is at A. K. Warren's with us on this point and will elect him j ware just received at A. ,B . UQl tQ IVnitvV. over any opposition. I. pnjmtitl for lhi, by Kettln)r ft, ihk, a t.l.i it iirv your scnooi hooks, I.. lamcir. Model (Jrocerv. paper, pencils autl scnooi supplies oi an ays that petition himself nml when they were A i)iscTi from Lancaster Khi:m h' Cim is will pitch its tents kinds from A. ivnnv. on Mack Brute's place, opposite Mrs Judge .lames Patterson was pulled from presented to the court it was found that his horse by one he wits leading and sus- - about --'0 of the same names appeared on PERSONAL POINTS. Lou Shanks', on the 1Mb. Mined injuries that will doubtless prove both. Several of these double signers -TO H. II. (.'now of Warten, arrived yes- I'ici.Ii's Minstrels played in Hamilton, fatal. He is SO years old and served as were negroes, who swore that the antis tcrday. O., last night. They say Old Al has just county judge of Garrard from IsVJ to "hid induced them to sign their paper by Missks A.vmk m Loi Pi .x are vis- been coining money this season, ollering them 51- - suit--, ;..0 In money jg;, iting in Manville. and various other nunis. One swore that ; LtNimciiTn's, Ferry's ami Crossman's Ci. iikm i: Tate, of Kentucky I'niver-Hity- , The courtly court granted li.pior in addition to 2.r0 he had been promis-garden seeds in bulk and package", on- cense yesterday to T. L. Shelton and ej Hn thu whisky he spent a few days at home. could drink. At1 , ion sets, N. Y. seed poutoes, v.e., at A. Thomas Ferrell, Rowland, and Mrs. S. ()on jmjj,e Varnon said he would see of Mis1tii: T. 5 A. Warren's Model Grocery. is visiting Miv Helen Stout. anderpool, am Jianiin ami .Mrs. .M. some more of the fellows that had signed KENTUCKY, will on the Mis Kwmi: 1'oiiTwooi) is with Mrs. S. C. PoLmmi, representing the Blue L. Harris, Crab Orchard. W. A. Carson the paper and the were accordingly sent lit' is going to keep the latter in for, the court adjourning until W. H. Miller, after several weeks' stay (J says oV'ock rass Hedge Co., will call on the farmnt Nicholasvlllc. great style. purpose. Three witnesses ap- for the ers of this county in a few days to put Missks M.uiv Mi:iis and Libbie peareJ at that hour and they testified out their hedges ordered of him. Be Kllifl, of h trimmer, Miss of Millcrsburg College, were with ready for him. large that they had been importuned and returned yesterday with a Mr. S. S. Mxers Master. assortment of trimmers' supplies, which "deviled" till they signed the paper to 1890, sell at- Mils. K. P. Omsi.kv and Mat-ti- e A lot on Main street, Stanford, conMi:. m she will lie glad to wait on the public to. Kt rid of them. There were four men Hays, of Hustonville, spent several taining acres and very desirable, I will go to Cincinnati to r.pln - on the anti petition not entitled to vote days at the Myers House. for sale. Also a lot of chairs, includ isb mv stock and during mv absence she and a number who said they had signed Ki.ms, of Louisville, is ing several rockers. Apply at Isrumoit Miss Lua knowing its true intent. j will have charge of the store. Mrs. Kate it without back nt her former post of trimmer in Jotiis-M-. otlice. T. It. Walton. Judge Varnon thereupon granted the liDudderar. Mrs. Dudderar's millinery. cense. The whole matter showed a W. O. Itii.vKY has been made teller in (iiiKEv ami Ida Pettus, Misshs Sm i.ik s Rowland Tin: would-bvery unfortunate state of affairs to charCitizen's Natioral Bank ami has of Crab Orchard, are visiting the. family the came near not getting there. Mr. acterize in by no severe language. One third cash; balance in two equal installments at 6 and 12 months. withdrawn from the rate for county of Mr. .1. W. Proctor. Advocate. clerk of Garrard. This gives "Shorty" Warren had a law pased in the Houe, K.(io.J. II. IIisnuw ami Judges Wherritt a dear tleld and insures his at the ropiest of the trustees there, tix Railisow! Muetim.. A very laige Stock in the Comoanv mav now be had bv aonlvincr at once to S. "Win. (Jarnett and II. C Baker, of Columgathered at the railroad meeting y ng the li.pior licence at not less tha i$W Stanford, or to the General Manager. S95 only for a share election. Bully all around. .e in the' bia, came up to the railroad meeting. nor more than S10. Senator 11... .1.!.. venterilnv. lillini' the "walls. Mr. W. H.Miller led oil in a sen-- ; ofS 100, and the stock will be taken up by the Company at $125, for M Mi iiu Lwn, who is attending of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. ridge amended the bill so as to make the Tin: college at Georgetown, spunt foster at Hail has arrived and i n bouncing boy, minimum ?00 and the maximum 51,000. Hible speech, showing the benefits tliat first payment for lots. No personal liability for deferred payments home, to the great dolightof "Wlir' and ,nujv developed, especially as to lungs, On hearing this a petition was gotten up would be derived from the road and urg- - tiie Company is content with liens retained. others. m his happy papa tells us. Mr. Hail is signed by the trustees and the Stanford ing the people to take $2o,000 stock in Until day of public sale a limited number of lots will.be sold private-pai- d Mi."iis. .1. C. HoiiKMKii and W. II. teller of the "omep-e- t Banking Co., and rouncihnen, asking the senator to re- it. The amount would not have to be for :50 years and it would not cost ly on same terms, at a fixed schedule of prices. of tin Cumberland railroad, ins friends there Mnt him by one mail 'Jl 'consider. Bright Ferrill wits dispatched Spradlln, were promptly on hand at the meeting letters of congratulation. ,t ;s beHeved that at thcse pr;ces thjs Addition now furnishes a bet-wa- s with the paper and after laying the mat- - over o cents on the $100 to pay it. lie followed by Gov. Hindmaii, who " . yesterday. , , . , """ ", tor before him, he agreed to make .. the .. . III 1Iii. tht. man who laid in jail .. Mil. J. D. Aukin, former postmaster spoke very encouragingly about the road tcr opporiunuy 101 investment man anywnere eiese in eastern is.y. nnp mnrtt n . ci, tlsn was con nt Williamsburg, has decided to study hete so long for and told how anxious the county of For prices, lots or other information, apply at Stanford or Pine-vill?.o0. of murder and Adair was to haw it built Judges Ba- -' medicine and is now attending lectures victed at Harlan C.-Ky. , to sentenced to L'l year". Judge Boyd had It is a cold day indeed when the Ken-t- o ker and Garnett, also from Adair, made in Ixmisville. OT. send to I.eshe county for a jury to tncky Central railro.nl is not sold or con-tr- y highly favorable speeches and were folMils Tom Pittuiihon and daughter, Wils Jenning. The situation in solidated. The latest is that the C. & O. lowed by D. W. Vandeveer, J. C. Rode- BesHie, arrived from Tyler, Texas, SaturGeneral Manager Hell Co. Coke and Improvement Co. day aftr encountering storms and tloods Harlan is far from ansuring and the deal is on" and that the K. C. has been mer and Judgo Varnon. At the conclu syndicate, sion of the speaking a motion was made on a visit to her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. presence of the trooos is all, it in said sold to the that prevents a collision between the which will operate it in the interest of .and carried that no monev should be McCormick. Win. the Fast Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia, paid till the road is completed to the Tin: annual Banquet of be University factions. at Louisville, will Alumni t)iiNcniin The object of the deal, as stated by the ' Casey county line. A petition was then lu. J. J. A.i ev. farmer! e n( y held at the Iouirville Hotel Friday tv has jrone Into the real estate business Cincinnati Knipiirer, is to shut otf as p xsented and scores of men sinel it night. Hr. Hugh Reid him been invited at the Ikwiu town of Johnson Citv, Tenn., ,mK'n business as possible from the Cin-- , asking the county court to order an elec-an- d Southern, which has also been tion in the Stanford and Turnersville and will likely attend. is readv to Mjrve his friendi at rea- -' '"" peoure,, ',v tlie Jt.. T. V. G., so that the precincts on the ijuestion of subscribing Mil .1. Mat Mums is rapidU recov- Honable rates. big auction .sale is to ering from the severe operation perform- occur there the i'tb and 10th to which ""ental, which now amounts to f ni'J.OOO i.'.'i.Ok) ttne siwk ot tne company, to ed on him. In naming the surgeons the railroads will give reduced rates. willlMs reduced. The C. S. cost Cincin- - be uselfin paying for the who operated Dr. Morris, of May wood, The citv is at the gateway to the mineral natiilH.OOO.OOO, the interest on which is The meeting was a very enthusiastic was unintentionally omitted. and timber laden Alleghenies and is 51,201,000, which the city has to pay, or one and the people seemed in earnest f'Jjy.OOO yearly more than she gets fiom about securing tht road., Mo.sk. H. K. Hi ntim.io, general bound to grow. ' the road. Mr. II. K. Huntington, manager of muiager of the K, C, and ti. C. Iok-har- t And We Have A tim Ml' printer worked omerw't by and W. S. Milnpaugh, Coviugton the K. C, met with "the commissioners , ' """"" "u; last evening and spoke very favorably Uwyers, caiue over on a special train to protending to get a dispatch to go to " "'" l'H)k after the Cumberland railroad matManstield, o., to wke a position in a about the building of the Cumlierland '.'"" ters. baso ball team at II 2.1 per month. yn w,,,:" l"coHO "' '"i""1" H'"--"He promised to ride over the line in th ,, ....u .1... i?..ft,.. , Mits. J. V.Hii:x, wboisa natural n .1... .. ....,.., 1. act of legislature. The session of lS3-next few weeks and report bis decision her-s-well as a cultivated artist. amued got a suit of clothes on credit from W. passed a law prohibiting the sale within The commissioners effected an organize by painting numerous Kaster eggs C. Davis, had a bogus draft cashed at the 11 miles of Moreland, another prohibit- - tion last night and presenting them to her friends, bank for ?25 and then departed between ing the sale within two miles of Waynes-burg- , of whom the I. J.'s family is proud to be two suns, after letting his valise and a third within two miles of Mt. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Men's, numbered. Pleasant church and a fourth within two window to himself out of a Mh. J. It. Minus was the only news- keen from rtaving a month's board bill. miles of the school-housin District No. J J M.I.KN is. r atwoou. paperman with us yesterday.f He tells He has not since been heard from. !" Ju'k Varnon decides that these ATWOOD, ALLEN -ns that he hopes to issue the tirst number laws held in abeyance by the prohibition CiRci'iT Coi-rt- . After holding the enactment of 18S0 are brought into ac- week. It of his paperat Lancaster next RGHL EGENTS. will be a weekly of eight pages and A jury in the James vs David Pepples case, tjve operation by the repeal of that law, over a day ami nigiu, Juuge .Morrow amj ut. therefore refused to grant a No. matter. City, Tenn. it Friday evening when it ct.nM to tjlt, applicant at Moreland and. Dkwson has taken the Mrs. W. agency for Stanley's latest book, "In was found that it was divided exactly 0 will refuse any applications from the Darkest Africa," which is being gotten and 0, one side believing that David's other places. out bv the Scribners. She savs the Phy- - name to the note was a forgery and the tUrk bay nhamU hlch. ucichi ,.'op p oratorical contest The wciansand Surgeons' Soap, for which other that he had athxed it himself. AnVeiled June, sSs which was held in the Second Presbyte V CI. AY WILKtS. she is agent, still goes like hot cakes and other jury, after hanging for some time ay evening, 1(. ,y Oeorge Uilkc. he by !li dI that she has disposed of over six gross. gave Grove Kennedy a verdict for H0 rian church, Danville, tuni.in , Kirn dam b KffuUr; nc bv Voluntrer I fliYl persons. y in a damage suit for $34." against J. Matt ' wasaiteniieu Kv oer fine .Vlll,x i.0Me.. .! le Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall R Misas. J. C. SrKKi.v and Harry ,:. .., Cave, of fouiidin tlie WiUt". family. Me h necr bten :.i, ....ii.:i:., c.ii.'r... ...... .w.. .1,.. The contestants were Robert came over from Georgetown with .,....,.n.u. rC..,UK lui.Ule.l for Pd but can e. ver fA.t . Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, 01 l i?oat my at n.iii niakeiiiea.norDanville Pu.. honeu Sam Menefee and Richard Newland to cholera. Mr. Kennedy proved that not Kentucky nlverslty; ll. J.. Goosey, . on tnm Hu.i...v.itc Jewelry and Silverware. the oratorical contest and spent a few only did all the hogs he bought of Phil- - Centre College; D. C. Lilly, of Central rniveraity; R. A. Hurton, of the State $iq to Insure a Living Colt. days with them. Will lackey, Joe Jones. lips die, but they gave the disease to his K. Mitchell, of George- Jesse Wearen, T. W. and O. L. Jones, of other iio(,s, manv of which died also College, and C. meney e. on Lien su- - paid Martfratd on reasonable t.m. No reCentral I'nivendty, also attended the J. W. James against B. G. Cover to com- - town.andall acquitted themselves .. The Best Railroad pel him to pay for goods bought in the peruly. The judges awarded the band.Pn..Mi,ifi-.drncontest. Moreland, Ky. m medal to the Centre College entry Rhineheart was deci-- ' "Oine Mk. Ci.mik.nti; K. Wood, the bright namo of Cover " Prescriptions Care and genial local editor of the Richmond ded in favor of Gover. although he was and he was nearly pulled to. pieces Prompt Attention exultant supporters, whocarried him Dd3hli3Jl I Register, came down to the oratorical the worst rattled witness ever seen in a ....... "u i, contest wearing the colors of his alma courtroom, iouri win convene airaiu "" " given to Kngrav- cheers. This is Mr. Godsey's second Mahogony bay ij', homjs hitfli, (bated In iSSj. fully Compounded a this morning. mater, Central I'niversity, and spent he b Joe Ab, H AbdalUhOlenciH?, trial 530', winning of the honors, which all admit dallah, Mreof 3 m j toilet, lie by St Klra'i 730; T. of days with his school-bocouple T.ir. municipal election resulted as we he (k.surves; A hop wa8 ive after lhe he bv AlfxaiiifVfc Vbdallah; lie by Hainbletonian ing and Repairing friends in this vicinity. Though a mar- believed it would m the dam by Willie I) Abdallah f lkvdV.' at all hours, day b Uiomeile by by ried man of live years standing, he is tuo oiu uoiru 01 counciimen, wun me; conte8taltllGilcher House. The cred- bv'Koreicner Joe Imp Glencoedam by Mambniio AbdalLiU'i of Watches, Clocks it of originating these contests is due to Me.irnjjer Hill one of the boys and joins with a exception that A. A. McKinney was, Mr. Harvey Helm, of this plnce, who McMeiijrr. Kairnt-y- , will in all their sports and pastimes. Victor Abd.illair dam t j8. lire cf 10 trotter and producing dam. substituted for V. H. Miller, who tie-- ; wears the distinction with becoming digand Jewelry. and night. by Nicholas bv Hmuon, by KaninN dam CITY AND VICINITY.' clined to run. The promiseil opposition nity. I'irV'c llii.hlmul.r. bv Hunt's riichlandcr (im I'iih"" dam by Imp. Moengcr. t.orteU in 1S37I faileil to materialie to any considerable Henry' dam Lilly Dale oS, by Hunt Com A kii.i. stock of Ziegler Bros, celebraJ S WELLS, Ph. G. Preso. Clk. B. H DANKS, Jeweler, or hlira extent, though a list of names, supposed SkknkhTiikm RlUIlT, rOUr Lexington modnre. Commodore out lJuraih, outJeiikin tiv W. I.. A; N. ol .Miller' ted shoes just received. S. II. Shanks. American Kclipne; he by o be in the interest of the dry element, bloods, S. C. Pottenger, lljm.rl hvl Dlmnedo. dam bv Imp. .Mestcnircr "W. " It is reported that Miss Mary Varnon was placed on the books. Several Qf; Louis Mulligan and Wythe Anderson .Main Street, Opp Court-He, S'l ANFOKD, Ky. eaoti of 1890 at in. amused themselves while coming to the Vutm Abdallah will make the $10 the eaon and has purchased Judge M. C. Sautley's these, including J. N. Menefee and my larni mile from Stanford at Uaugherty, said that their names were oratorical contest at Danville, shooting house ami lot for 0. used without authority and had them and otherwise misbehaving at and near $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. Foil Rknt. My house and garden. erased. John M. McRoberts, who was Uryantsville. Before reaching there) 11 J, DAKST, Stanford, Ky. Place has on it an abundance of fruit of not a candidate, got 4 votes and 7 per' they Hhot at a man who was tishing; ' all varieties. Mrs. E. C. Helm. sons complimented Col. Welch with 'shot just between two men who were TTTsjITrftfl his knowledge or walking along the turnpike; invited some Ji OZUIU JT jSjHrMT Tiik Stanford agency collected fi.iMJO their votes, without Stephen i. Myers, the only an- - girls to get in and ride with them; stop- premiums for insurance companies desire. in nounced candidate of the opposition, ped in Bryantsville and swore a few lines. v,iim.iU- the present neaon at place 3 mile last year and paid $4,417 in lire losses. 'n '!:.'..?.,e.,,.,Bond p'k d w,a ' polled A votes, while Hr. W. B. Penny, Passinu on they fired into a scliool house " Iliaiha nf TXTIIllILf-- (.u Pkksistk.nt advertising never failed to an independent, counted IVi. The vote while school was in session. They were Is Receiving His $10 to Insure a Living Colt, pay. We hae just sold a buggy to a of the old board stood 11!) each for K. II. pursued io Danville ami Anderson A. T. Nunnelley, I. M. Bruce tured. Ho was flied $7."), which he paid gentleman in Garrard, who saw the adMoney duo when the colt ucl.. my Wilkci, Jr., it a beautiful ay, ift hands vertisement that has been running some and J. G. Carpenter. I). V. Vandeveer and the others will have to ponv up a ne wai h ami ha- - u cndid ttile anil ALtion ' ime. A few got 112, J. W. Hnyden lft'i and A. A., like amount when caught. Give him a call. by i.eiciieV Tommy vnwei, he M Harry GoodsHVarranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. m' Tiikkk will be a hop at Walton's Ope- McKinney 104. Judge W. R. Carson months in jail ought to be added to the will?. n tne fire 01 r:.. .Ijni l.v .. Stnnewall any other ttallinn ra House Fiiday night, given by the had no opposition for police judge and tine. It is also said that some of them more iroodaddle home than lack.on. BUSINESS COLLEGE received 11U votes. The law requiring j insulted the wife of Rev. S. C. IIuiu-th- e ii Kentucky Hit dam v l.novn ly everybody young dancing club. This is their tirst old win. 1.111. mare. poll tax to be paid before votingi phreys.a prominent Baptist preacher, by ai the colt tand uood for the rvice Hook Kttpina, Short Band, Ttltgmphy.Jke I llbrt, but they will no doubt acquit The K W Write fvrtaiuUyut uu4 full Information. J T tu:,'N' making indecent proposals to her. brought $"o into the treasury. handsomely. ii.im themselves Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Am. kinds of pinion seed at ST. My j Wk htivc notes with He will be l.iw ollliv. An Attractive Opportunity i , .- ..,,.., I I , y - l i ' IIFor Investment. - 1T anti-saloo- n . 1 .. 1 1 .. 4 , ,a, iu,teen ,, l. j ' THE MT. VNCENT ADDITION j ' - H-- 1 1 Wiu-ovro.v- , Chris-tanhurg- , PINEYILLE ' IV-ra- I.ou-isvill- e, 15th and 16th of April, Public Auction Alternate Lots to highest bidder. 0 , i : 1 10 to-da- v e saloon-keeper- 1 SA ; ' eniirt-linii(- lirst-ltor- n j i j T I safe-keepin- e, j S. HUGHES, j Bruce-Thom- as I Anvs-iatio- SPRING CLOTHING. I 1 .k right-of-wa- Our Goods are Now All In ELEGANT ASSORTMENT line of Pants. 1 "-- ."... '- - ''","' v 4 I lf ?IAN two-stor- y e Boys' and Children's Suits, Light and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large 1 1 ' & ESTETE Johnson STAGG & McROBERTS, Regular Wilkes! 11 Inter-Collegi- ate 111! Bni-li- - 1 " ' .,., A e ,. DRUGS and JEWELRY M AM Pil MEN "JcASDi W ATOH9 Watch. ' l' ........b TTifttOr . y " ... lu. 1 ' -L,, &V$.Ko?LWltonc'. B. MoEOBZETS, o 1 $:J,'-'0- - , ' H.6.R0PLBYJ-6- - JW--.--- -.-- W UvS Tf - I ',.,.lr' t. e, j SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS: m ,,, M-- w 2.omho"" BRYANT & STRATTON AIIIQ1II P bW 1119 IUkEi Vr " . J" ' y hiii f ni"' rftftfif5 ESfl TT-- Tit ijfUW r t V ff f' 4 Memorial to Rev. S. S. McRoberts. l3 lis. Whereas the Ilev. S. S. MeKoherts, H lea'ed one ol the .tables at Pence Si I arri who was for more than 40 years the track and will run a eerl Tint M'lrndld I m polled Jack will make the ea faithful and admirable clerk of the win of Published Every Tuesday and Friday Breaking and Training Stable. Cil),at1S9U at the old (.ngh farm near Shelby , l9i Koalod April Record Linj'i Hoard of Internal Improvements foi h.i had .ntllcient experience to He II) HAUOI.U, .uvol Maud S., record coln count v, has answered the last sum make him an oh. expert Ihe rale, will lt ver $10 to Insure a Living Colt. and Kimore in the s j lis't. S'J PKH YKAU.1X ADVANCK mons at a ripe old age, be it resolved by reasonable buinc him and hU of v.ur patronage. One u .hare irtt daiu nlande dam of 11U1, rei urd s sVs Con-1 j r and ee him ami ouwill be ure to like this board: lly Itl'.I.Mt N f, tire of Nutwotl, t MTW'hen not o paid S2.SO will be charged." himM. JOHNSON, Astrnt. Sim 1 dam oun IVttu, 1st. That in the death of Mr. McHob-ert- s llatn of Voltair o!,' sire ot Itessesnor 1 ij1 J K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. the State has lost an irreproachable (Urn of I'ottHin f .Mluncota t r;.) 11, (stre Dam of Hymen. old rtiord 1 17. aud morali citizen, the cause of religiifn Train leases Rowland at 7 00 a in , returning Ham of Childe llarelu, record in Kn ty a shining exponent and each member p. m. tt land 101 M) Inn ic I. illiam I !r. bin witli meal, (iranddu'molCnntiaiijZhl sireot CtonusoteJ H) of this board a valued and honoted Ihntrfiiin' and combmcit Haitian uill make noi, 14', hamlt hitfh sired l.le' Imp. jati (rand dam ot uba j jS L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. thepreeiit-ri- . at Dr. I' W Lo;an' ill make the teason II) MMIIKIN( CIIIKI', sire ol ndy Tmme f lend. miles uud niu f a ptendid I,mi of Millerin liter lurnKc road leaomg to il 1J00 ,.i in stable icniiet betueeu the Puiuille and record : i itJSam Mull train gome North, M. That these lesolutions are ordered stanfnnl anil (ant ill and llntm tilt pikes at , lm 1'oruo. br Kdlilll CK. " ijipm South..... Description and usvpm be spread upon the minutes 01 the ard bred, blik. !7 haiuU high, weiith. U Hand to Eaprcss train" South 4 l.imb) Will PP. .. Korth... i,xolb '.. $8 to Insure a Living Colt. . i7am be aiwte rc it! is no measure of his magiuti em a un foai ' board and published in the iNTumm getter, his t,lc and action and ..030 am Freight North Lor. expert Mm u pounder 10 tin. I'all. present iomliiinn ipeed ml firJ- Sj3pm . South Mau p.uttil with lorieits iisiiraiut and m4ir ho VlKl Hill make the season on the Joik.nai. and that a copy be furnished claMiiddleitijitiet. He Iu. n rd cl larm utV k m It. M.I.I MAN Thelattertratnt also carry pasengcri.f Iticheliru; he b) Mawbrino Chief, lie' fallMlne . "let- - b s llume.V. to.. siier Creek, Ky.. I miles front b Mambrinr. r.iymater. he liy Mamtinno. lie G. A. Lackey's coal black Star Wilkes the family of tin deceased. KH.hm.w11l cm the The above it calculated on standard tinje. Solar turnpike, amaiter by Imp. Mevnger Jxo. s. Hob Fies. tine is about ao minute faster has a long and splendid pedigree. litFirt dam Helm mare b Hay Mewencr; he by Mi 1'oiiEUTs. Secy. Harplrutt: he h) llambktouian; he by Imp MesAt J. J. is of Hue style aud although has never senger dam Ite.l llird by Cannan hip. he JI1XLER Ill oldest cults an coming W. been handled for speed he shows a nice u, nip lie n imp. nip, he bj When 1. T. Haruum said farewell to a saltram duir b Hrnxi, ,U Jama tharouuhbred Will graie m.ires at 10 cents pr day and wit! .standard; No imi take all Ksable caie, but are not responsible for Is a Candidate to represent I.inti.ln ci tint) m tin gait and judges say he ran go in the '.'.''.O Ilax Menn'tuer dam Fnglish circus manager, the in ire r Imp hioinede. Me'enger Constitutional!, entente n aicidents or uasoutof afnll blooded INt with very little training. mart ami by His pedibjs V'ting roadstt r stallion i an inbred s s iii:kna.m & CO latter remarked, "We shall meet again Imp liockingham 1'iKited In April, lASr Is le, full rhand. gree is given in full elsewhere. Kiehelieu wa the iPot fashnnahl) bred trotin Heaven, my dear Harnuni." The ting hore in Atrrri. nml the Mimicr of mre sneedt and uncxceiled in si,le, aitum, rinuh and BOGLE niISS I. F. & H. (i. Cover showed Hover's disposition American looked thoughtlul lor a mo- premiuini and pnr.es than au th6rlnrem Mil. rv.M'V sAOIM.K STALLION, ull biother to Kslelle irml 1 ( CtiilNHr, of Public It a Candidate for SuperintendentAugntt. 1890. Messenger, a handsome bav ll hands old 38 aHd Mimlro.e. the Waterle..1 daa bj Helm' WV.hirr; he hy premium trial 101 'U. Sired b) ZiUaa.lispelt and ment and then said: "Yes, If ycni mi' JSchools of Lincoln county, lilcction lt ItoMdust high. He is of the Messenger Chief Imp. trkhire. dam br Wnsigvr llUhrar, on(b liolddMsl iso, by Vermont Mortaii dowd dam b Kcuth , jd Ham the nxrd roan marc family, being a son of Messenger Chief, theie. wynedhy Jo lldinntid alienvard l N I.I.ee er related to Mauds iSi, and Johnston cm ' M. lhaii hiiv uther tu'lion the rtri tear old stalW ate rloo will und at Jr., and on the dam side of the dray I "a lion to trot in public a fat as J t, "ire of Cwnr .Bucklen's Arnica Salve , ill U a Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeals, gle stock. See his pedigree in this paour eiti, dam of Kosalmd Wilkes th.- fastest mare of from nuke the ts at nil) .laSle OH n I'he licit tilt c in the vtorM fur cut, bruit, l lrlj(i $15 to Insure a LivingColt, subject to the action of the Democratic party. K ,f inc. the Wilkes familt, tecont t Whirlwind rheum, feer ore letter, chapj. Slant ' .nd Mill.iUr.ille 'kl sore, ulcer, salt Klceiiou August, i)o per. , aniiT iKwauusi t st raitelle 7 -- wcruji ah k ped sT" Mm I'iorence. dam of belonging to tiont liandi, chilbUms, lormtand no payl rm,uir Horsey Goiddust nit, by l.ulden $20 to and poiticly cures pile, or ill tandai the nme plaie mi fine Jiik, Minao Chief, son ofi.atT Comet Murtan Insure a Mare in Foal, It is ,R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Mr. F. Held, is nn inbred (iolddust mid ed moneyifuaranteiil o Kite perfect tatitacitar, (Iter son ill the m ei(ormershat sin.ng in Price cent pr bo. relund.d er Oriitb, lhrsasiii, fusionoliroiddli.t and Morican bluotl a horse of good style and action. He is ale by A K. Penny, Stanloril. Ky Horset (.oidduat will male the pre sent season at DENTIST. Monet due when marc is parted nh tlr Co'i- Hi place miles frum sunhird un llnM.ntille a full brother to Kstelle, --VJL'l.'and t $10 t ' Insure l.irin I . Ir M.mn ,lrit at pile at graOd 01 toil al teasunable prices Ni t Electric Bitters. .. nen n, ,r. 1. pirtc.t nitii Office on Main street, opposite I'oriinun Home, oeanu.t; inn- -, (c i for ane axisdem should anT) cur inne, -- :.ks. llis sire .iicaaui tioitiuusi is with u tun pint. HP stair. Nitrous Oxide Ons giten for painless 'dm lure (lit Kde is a lioautilul red sorrel, flat) is.i ling u well Known and ao a bron This remedy is extracting $20 to Insure a Living Colt. closely related to Maud X, '2:0$l, and popular as to "Heedhum special mintmn All who and lull ij', hand, huh IleusMur by ik.n' no .irrd and tail it hands Riches hisb, was f.oled t STANFORD, KKNl'OCKY. Kim: W illiam he lint c dam lllai isV.,ani is a peiloei siddlc horse sins; tlie same onp Johnston, -- a?!)', while his dam comes praisencd Klvctric ltlttr dm not exist and it ol Satin Jeneet. she uu Kinc PhillipKing t I'hillip; k Mart, kept on reasonable term Personal a ten i sired b .ill Ldae Ha. showed tail season as a A purer medicine ,t old and toak Ih. ivrp.iake premium at from speedy stock. For fuither informa- irimrunteed to do all that i cKimed. Ktcctric dam bt M. reia. le,ahe h, lim I' ricr, llu.Jjtk ISMI Kiten o,il not responsible tor ax idem has iren himself ritiebreeder numbri of his of the Liter and Kidlai,tillr and at Hitters w ill cure all dic-.iW. 13. s r KKin. bur: Ttsose wtsa want ia hi own10rlnjcitntdHarrtsU . .it neanin: lime tion see nd. on this page. a neys, will remote IMmplcs, itculs. Salt Itheumund eiis nate hmuioc sadd to breed Atone .tue when the It - foaled ar mare purled stallion are iwdialii intited to look at our hoi caused Pence A Farris' Fence, with a ."year- - other iitfei lions from the t impure hhtod. Will ith len reumrtl lUtmonet is pto.t and se bun mote. ststim and pretetit as dritc Malaria He was aired ky Sond Jewel, he bt Cum.in old record of --'.:(, made a splendid show-- ! well ,i cure nil Malarial l'eters Koriicurvat' I' W I.OtJAN Ussir. , ham's Jewel, he bv old Office So ith tide Main street, in oihee re ently Cunstipiitlun and Indigestion try Klssr- a.hin,;tiu llrsoitk Headache, ing and gained additional popularity. trie Hitters Kntire s.itita tion g.iur.tnteed or His first dam Minnie, by MtOoaald't llsKott. vacated by.Dr I. K Huffman. Stanford, Ky d dam by Wells Crusader his i.tdam hi He is a model horse aud will lower his iminet relnndcil Trice 50c and Ji per buttle lhr.ear Old H.. or.l Ja. ksou. he by Wa.hiiijtnu Dciunaik, he t I'ciint'sdrusluri oo.,if f.wArtl .11. .J vdfir In '!!n nrHinftm . A IllaiS I'Tnmstk. 1. first dan o ( rns.der he r .V. .,'V V. Dr. A. S. Standard IICVIIIIVIU1I tliic J S (Hack Stalliou 15', Hands lli;h, I'mlrd Old Whip, 4i Jim a Rot kt Mountain met ;. I lis sire, l.ienzi, is a fast lioise and comes A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. Itroseu Morse, it, hands, loaled M, iUv. M IUMi s STt'lDi K .. scis SI rU.EOX DI.XIIsT I . I.K WII.KKS 461J SltthO ' 'HI an ordiuart scrap ot wrapping pa Milcdeilr. Ky Iluasjutl from a speedy generation, while his dam SIKKIi KV KIKNI. V li. McKoberts' Office on Mam street oxer per, but saved her life. Mie wu in trie last (Toll krother to King Kesso 34 Drug Store, Stanferd for rapidity. stuces ofit consumption, told bt phttician. that by (.ill's ermont 104. is of Almoin blood, noted .' " Kale, d dam Hlick bmilt. dam by Alsnoiit IVrio- -t and could onl she Has mi jyt,.sw of A boom They also showed King Huckden, a line she weighedurablc than 70 pounds lite a short tirrle- id dam Little Kmilt. by Helm's WrksMra bt U'jCHrr On a piece of less by Imp ith young saddler by Silver King, who woie wrapper papei she read uf Ilr Kin s :ew Uis. 5th dam limil) Speed.bt I'.nolrtl.eilaatlwn. a dam by (inrrurd ( hiel, sue of lta.il Duke t W,. dim her, slie a sample bottle, it hel-Lyle Wilkes 45!, sire of Datirille Wilkes. Ins share of the laurels of the day. See cotcr,and ?otboll c it heljud her wore, bought (standard Kulr bought a lare j, daaih) (tr) Kaitle Itouer's sir of set 4am el . Konji ., Mattle Wlltes fast, continued it ueand Chief another and I hate removed mr office t' my reidence, oppo Davis t jis,. ad. elsewhere in this issue for further in- is now stron; reu heller rosy plump ueijliin-14- s. ".cL Lulu W likes j il. trial 11:. bt (ieorve lilac k sultnni. health), will be found at all site Female College, where j:i. 1st dam In American Che 11. d. br Mem. 4am be Conner bointm, ol dam of Itaosl Duke ky A lold.miih, I'., haadshijh, , fisaled iSii bt pounds. For fuller particulars send stamp to Orange iouai) formation. HLCiH Rill). .rk y4 time. Trial bottles of briiRi Chief ; idd.un the dam ot Kritson 1 joi, Cole, druii, Ion Smith Sued by Caittlar 100? is Oeorje Wilkes sk., . sireelo.) pcrfof inetsin Arthur Sims. .!041, and Wyandotte, this uonderfut discutery tree at A. It 1'ennt's ud, by l'KN( I. un httfseof jieul natural sueed. ha.ifiif tt dimhtWoburti M art.r, Unburn j:,o, more tins .in, stallion li. it lt or dead bt made a roc ont of it dam of l , r.jL'is, both standaid bred, owned by Drugstore if CRESS, W. llamiltonun 10. sire of 41 performer- in dam utera terv slow track third hem at . ear fsldartd nd dam h a Mamkrmo horse 'This is no miri. of his by HenrClit S rd dam h, Mambrino Capt. T. A. Klkin, were greatly admired. as Shi has shoo trials ia e.setisfr 1 sxed, fire in Cameron colliery, itartt Oill's ermont lloy .ire 10OJ by olu.trer, ,1, Very hands ESTATE AGENT, They were iu splendid shape ami show okin,A l'a., i3 beyond control, andatthehniu ' lllaek Maria j mile104lecord ;of34.It.mntrJam. nf .11, some seconds, h hk-- isundrale ol 1" and a limited lenlaiti-U- . rlr ; isi dam Mi Nod .ire otbysi the The in J4 and Mood like, a after enin , thai sold for bij price. Count Wilkes King.- I,'-.eftiiif mssad, son Putter's tia) ;d dam Wells ourkrd ed that unremitting care had been taken tire mine, comprising -- " miles of gal- a.5)i,(,ainbetia Wilkes tt. N'elle, I. jjt,. .number of marcs willol:.hellauibtei, lor a fast record dam of A Miller 1 Jtl,. and .Misde.lt Barbourvlllc, Ky., With Ike blood . nun. Maliihmitt .imeru in . ': and seteralilh of them. The former is one of the most leries, will have to be flooded. It will .xdci i Mil. coi iiraiisiiaw niar, 14, jddam bt llertriKd ,, ."V' 'Z!VVJ ersinthe ,; H.l , bt I).wniaK. f Wobum ,,i. by ILimbtetonian, h Has fur sale some ot the thou e property in the IZirl: .V? V '121 Miss ( il dat" lllaek lavi. uam by llanlay sColumbus. Correspondence promising sons of Gen. Knox, who take CiO davs to extinguish . oole,, bt Trlesraiik tot , jnsl darn, booming citj of ilarboumlle. A. i the i.aiiKs STA It WII.KKS ,s finalted ,?T,',.h.! dam ol lieu Cnuley by Prhlur handsolicited. ., ... . ,.,.. , , ,?s.,,,class and HO in ami nearlva vear to repair the damage, omca colt as oucanhnd in the Wiiie. family alieady has 14 iu the ! nin iiisi U est of Stanford, Ky , at l.d lUrlow will und at mi stable, V ini' He has neter been handled lor tpeed. but will m, , from Stanford on ihr new While Osk and I'l.EXS. tlie L':.'m, while Wyandotte has 4" per. l J AS. WM.AYKLS trot fal h hen handled. He will make the season Riser lurnpike, near Dihldernr's Milt cent, of Old liysdyk'a Hamibletonian IjaUlea Have Tried It. of iSiat m pla. e J miles Mauf.'td on llie $30 to Insure a Mare in Foal. of tut- lady customers & GIVENS, blood, which Is assurance that he is of A numberFriend ' and uould not be h.ne tried Dantillc pike ai Marcs parted with lorfeil c Mares kept At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. ttitliout it "Mother s at teatnnalilc rate., '.ul no royal breeding. fores I Further information for many times its cost The) recommend it to $15 Attorneys .at Law, will also jite a ,10 premium for Ibc K A. Payne, mothers all who ui e or ao idem. can be had by reference to ad. iu this drugKiat,are to become ;.,. shown (ireentllie, Ala Write Hradticlu Reg tll and lobe lor the betl horse colt of but mai Id Hi Money due tvltn coll is foaled, .ien retauirsl 011 low jet drug327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. paper. lly all Co., Mlanta, (.a , for particulars in Stanford the first Munday (i A oil CKBV tinfnnl Kt in OctoVr Als,. iny )oung iae k gists A. II. l'enti), Manford, Kv, 7 ni 11. J. Darst's Victor Abdallah, a handShrete llmlding 101 yr W illss permitied M any Longer serte nor uuirrs at JOE EMBREE. bay, was greatly admii-ed- . Do not Suffer some mahogony Knott in; that a cough can be cheikciUn a day HIAXK MAKIMO.N. JAS. (!. (JlVl.Xs will .ervc u few ijood marei al it 10 insure a He boasts of 17 direct crosses to $10 to Insure a Living Colt. iu. ili Juc isa red jack, yearsnld the 11th rirst tu;e of consumption "K.V" ln a Imported Messenger, and he is the foun- and thene hereby juaranu-- Vr AckeP! tijlish Ia October. He is 14 bands hish and of hn week, & WMIMON. GIYEHS sr st, In and actio, lltrd by Pe)ton f.tnbree, I dation of alluhe. trotting families of note Cough Reined), and will refund the money to all fi aled Annl Hat stallion. 16 ith is itk hands hish. fine mane and I ail. ofllnvar 10I11 county , and has a double crass of Jim of m as per directions, apd do nut rind 1SS6. His 1st dam hands hieh. Poitei who buy take il by Gray hagte; nj dam h) Cop REAL. EST VTE. lion and is aaatural saddle horse A lie retained oss on alt colls till the How his lineage is our statement correct. rorS.lebi A K. Penin this country. season .s He is hy Si,er King. the creal premium horse, paid. Munc) due when the perbottum, Ai. He wassired by Messengert hiel, roll comes i,r Jr., by Messenger Chiel.sire 01 Maud Mes.enirer 11 dam by Imp. Huckden m! dans be Denny's traced can lie seen by reference to the ny, DrusKist - with t M. spOON MOkh, I ilm.re was a .id dam by 1'ilinorr Klino j 10, id dam by Ilrennon i lit dam Jennie i ibti PawiIb Sl.iniord, K caul iu this issue. Our VOrj MOSl Mambrinu Messenger, ,d dam by Mambimo Chief, sreat show lujrse He washy.Monl his dat Town Lots, Coal. Iron and limber Lands bought ihor Mr. J. Steele Carpenter, of the West Confirm our stateiiient when tte s.i) that Or Ai k ,ihiljra o) Imp Napoleon: Jth dan, b '1 eittpeH. Komert's hip and ihh of a iar bt or Mild on Commission, Correspondence uentre KemcdT is III every ay superiur to 0111 uam uy iger: rm asm ot narnun) s lim solicited Kud, exhibited Wallace Denmark, a er's Knirsh PKNl A TAKRIS, Stanford ..,1 incut:, sin ..uin wr cannon s ,. niu. t,tn nam r,t ' any and all other preparations for the throat e.H.. - .iji;iin M... c l..c nj. siren c' iiip), s P) niti 1, croup, it is iiccni fancy saddler and breeder lunKi. In whooping eoughaiid you a samplemaic . 1..1..11.C n.i... ..... 1... i,' l.i ' bi.trelieve, at once U ,,cVT.'cr "WALLACE E. VARNON, of saddle stock. He is by Sumpter Den- andtree Remember this cotter is sold on a pos ' by .,' L.'.S? Chief, At lie sired Main! reinedt lie "i 'an' Messcnirrr i6i: Abel 4', Marvel j8. Man Attorney at Law, mark and as pleasant a mover its any ttite (.uaranlee, at A k I'ennj's. KoLttt II. record a js, trial in nin Hit t.l. t. la ' .1 1, and other fast ones it's. h4 ids hi,h, Stainl ir.1 si- en S red S Pel.ss), Kentucky. one could wish. He did not exhibit Aitdallsn PlUittms sired kf Alexander's . The'Flrat Symptoma.of Doath. ,sir or Net. 3tanford, ll'Ne,l ji'. in Hul, i, V,lkes ar in lllandina bt Nlainbrino Chiet He '1 ired feeling, dull headuchc, Tom Kobinson and Denmark I.exel, pains in tarsous , i Oaiss sired Pickard iSkj, Red lunand other Kiitf I'riosky trial 10, M. ""i body, sinking al the pit uf the Will practice m all the court of tin and adjoin-nof ry Luii, Aluijader's his other two good ones. You will pari lo.ithe appetite, bdallah sMe of Rysd)ksHaiH )rar old in.l jo and lite more the ourtt of appeal pimplesior sores blfloman, of counties 4"d hate h n trial. . f j o oe better all m la.t lis sire of Outer , i', lsird .c s drug more find some more interesting iuforma- - are all positite evidence of poisoned hood. No Maid j 14: Maj'-- Kdsall '1 m, who ia mm sire, lOfficr over Me Kouerts S. SU;e sua "li Klii. .crlamly inderfil for a tear u . matter liott It became poisoned it must U purified Robert ilcltreji r j 17, sire o Ikotnie M.t.rcor t.llion with limned opportunities! by l.eo WiHr 111 anouier coltion nhout tiiese norses kt r's l.liclis't IIIckmI lixir M.n.Ui. to avoid death. I)r 11 .ire of Harry i6iC..Vr, Ai Wllke. mt,, liny Wilk hat tieter lailed to n utoit scrofulous or stpbilitic U.,U W '"" v,l umn. , was sired b Alesandtr s St. Kliuu, rect.rd ''riSKe Uilk s i el,i make the ?..'".' ui) lred ur i poitons Sold under positive guarauter at A It, William I sireot Astell. vyear ok re. or.' 14'. bdallah, dam said 10 be s, Imp llellfounder.Ai. A model saddle stallion indeed is. Madeas n ' f v o ai 'M ,plr, t inu from an sold tor $$ . uo and is lite only horse that stan Pemi) s j Mniilkrin-Clssef. the sire os the second dam of Vol' be lound Hike, where ison Sandldge A. Son's Gilt Kdge. He is al J 1. 000 the sea- - n Meseiii;er Chief, Jr sired the rfjeat Lad) I borne at iaiM mi Manford U verve mare lint time redt Dr Acker'a Encfllnh Pill lirsi dam KliiB laae idjm ol Mml Moon i jkj md Mambmu. Patches ; who In turn sired a son of Second Jewel and his dam is a Are lojudoM E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor aoH and 1, other f'fe e. sil.of I'eoiL , . ':S'' in jn and better atttie. etTectitt uud pure. Icr mek' ARTIIt It SIM- -. e.ii of Poarl Medium n- daughter of Donald's Halcorn. He is a slouiack, luss of appotlU, lsad and also aired the ilunu of Ou, Wikes iji-- ; KarSecond dam Kiliy kivers dam of Heme 1. ,, , on Wilkes t it and the dam. of 15 oUi.rs with completion and lly t, en Knoa, record th in s et class l retont a beautiful red sorrel and an excellent mo euualcd citbenln biliousness,uithey hate 1never beH rerordt of and belter or sale bv r ,, ir.i. kt b .liet A abnui', AwerKa and so in ait .lass den ermont tear No Hotel in Kentucky Itus a b'ttr rqpltration, Abdullah, sire of t. 'smith Man! s 14, lit' will sued the season of 1A.0 al 'instable lleru, 141. dam D.iiKhier of Knot hs Sims' A '' l'nn .Dnnrsist t Vrtlmr ver. The ad. in this issue tells more isi and it proprietor is determined that ji ., AlinuHt. Itelniont, ' dam. I.mJv Artknr. near Turnerst illr al is bt ltour,n ('kief, wre at shall be maintained. 'ihild dons s ,, kit ire about this real beauty. Maud a as ad many ulhur acd and Is Kentii... nilUa-i- rd In..nil the of th. ,! . Win. Davidson, an old man who liv- $10 tO lUSUre a LlVing sksond du.... Colt. ouiofLlllyAnho.,llH,uBhbrer lleisanatsd. SoSojirk), Kd Barlow, 2'i7"i, was shown by ids W,Ur, . i oil nlnno in some hat it4 hands hinh and ha peoten hinsoelf nili.riiii . und frimiil Conihoi Lire of lrrn a is n,lairli. ,n He'hii recently u,dd tnlis.appomtmcnts a nne nrevder ill stand at owner, C. M. ypoonauiore,"' aiid.was ..... . i . It W'c mil .. tiiaiid mr iat k , .: .. i i :il 'VVl1RJ "'' Ull 1113 llfllll IIUIIIIIIV Hill- l'i'te lWilkr, ,, tlcilll ill I T? Phil 1 hompsnn ' ( " lIu'-jnmon tIlu S tilnil teillt on n tr ' $2 t0 Insure a Living Colt. isuin morgan llihnn uim firrosfiwl , 'erful horse, lfii hand's ht&h and is l,rwlln.s..i,-i(in- . Also muiisa.ni an etita t . usare. l. OS. ofAbdaJloh aud Messenger blond '" ""w 1.. . ...!. t Ai S7 to Inuuro. W AMHil'lt, tt ' :.i l.f. ,. . icri C'lllll'l lllllll Ol SIV7l'l) Pint i. i.ii li... milPelosky t'Jj, b Ocorue Wtikoa Livory A First-Clas- s ,rtrdwith Seas hen the mat is due I the iw 4 bred A Lady ln Toxaa Wrltea low is by Coatelar out of Woburn .Maid.! lit Metropolitan, ou. i.n. of '""". uam 01 .Silli. M'.veal .,,!,, 1,, I 1UI1 1.0) I II U 9 t c i,,' of II i reased To acconiiimd e KyMlvk s MambhHonian. having for kis daw h?u Jact" $Si '"al s i al rear... M :a fnll't.o.lii.r.... ill .... ivii.. " "f ,0"J- tndllis. has banlid many rtiished Tin. ..... ,'..,s.vi. nmioiirv ... tin. ..'.j.... est I irno ang , ,lt) s ..v transient pdtroi ag', Clara, the l "a") trial at years .,1J , lltai ynib by olunlowr. setond physicians; have tried ever) rew.d) could hen Con.tnercial I'aveler ai'1 ol'iers it mi ol Destei i 17 and lilct .tor, the sire of rHm Mr. Charles Dunn's Htrinj: consisted of rut, but UrsdtieldU era ale K;ulaior i all th. . 1""' ""' i7S i . ny iron s Calms. ( iMIINfll si HI t anoriins Hi re. tor irjHhallss 1 t'4 and lirsr.i.stl II Kr. " ill make ihie - ,. Ureeo Wilkes and Kindred, both ttand-.ai- elievedme Write The Ilradlield ll... Co forj 1st dam Lady W.I, h y U illiam Welsh. sire mil., from isianf. rd jv.ind ferentiah 7 Ss': id Jjvo at mi b4sh Ureexe urlkcr iiarticulais. Sold b) all dr i.i.' bred and jiood lookeif. itiisn mau. n pile at I his horsoionlayoner 'narr ' lalns 11 lusii alii ul llie niu n ......,,,. . O'- -Wilkes is by Potosky, sire of Nellie v! 'vi rtieloniii in 10. itieiounii.r.tii.i;feaiesitriit. 'That Terrible Cough jqjo 10 insure a Mare in "in, ill niai-- i th' 1' rnv .1 oe ic it stan io Xeal, '2:'2, and many other fast onefc, In the inortiiiK, hurried or 1l1IN11.lt l.riHlluiu tit K nil) the world has eter known, coursing, t .r.i it 5i tbr s thrmuh his voiu. front dirTetenl ehannels Monsss due tshen the f. 1. quickened nml the latter is by Me.s.entrer- - Breeze, raising pblei;in, tightness, in the he.l r KtsdtA'. Ilaidbleiouian, oluntrrr, MeironoUtan parted with. pulse, chilliness in the evening or sweat- at night NN diss $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, i.,t ttiili.m Welsh full brother to Maud Messenger, '2:lli. all or any bf these things are the first stage'I. it KIN, I anenstw consumption. Or Acker's Kngiisb rAAKESJ.it?TnJ::ft"?r HotlTirT these hoibes have excellent petl-- , dey will Hire these fearful symptoms,Cot yh isKerne hound and.l) V he allotted " sold und rv i." that are igrees for both rapidity and duiability. under a positive guarantee by A. K Pinn) mares ik., ..1. not r, :ular broeileri ... Jl ) ........ Monet one lilt I Wt , sHHI L l A LIDS, ..!, ' ..,. ."if,.-" ..v. Druuktitt. i.t.ir s.iu v. .rosiTirC j The lonj; line of nolile anee.try is pven liun will be held on all colt, until paid fur WMJT IMamUrd Description am' Pedigret WlTeu you need a mild lasaiite you should hate Harnsrn Ch.,ef Ir ' LESSENS PAINpFR TO LIFE n on this pu;e. ' Harrison Chief, Jr., combined, dan a 'medicine that wtlleact on the liter and kidneys Is a rod sorrel , stands 11 lunds y inches lu ,,Jc,, Ibi) stallion bind aisles white f.ule.t its woll as the bowels in , lletu' egctnbte l.tveri is J"'."'" '"' "J""1. 'a uiK 'all anuuiaiie Ilr sired by .Mr.srnger Itreee full brother to M i., .DIMINISHES Pittsfiri Harmon dark Chief Iti. ' The Kinu, saddler, the property of C. T. sist on tirrnari'fl psnristlt tor this riiirimtf. and "( bya'l)' I'liornei is, he I.)dais Lute, the .U, , Messenger a ml, I Ilia them ' they hate no superior f Koaled Mat h iIhjsiiii) I. at, First dam ady is iS'.,inanea ruand Mtad, is strictly ijik, Maud Ms.enKer Messiiiger utvirlt full sitter . lie uam ul liarrtsoti Chief Ir naiikcr a aciM. auditle, made a line showing. Tlie few scttiKA R Penny, Druggist. hands high, heat t tine hv u sen fit W nltrin's M nmhriii. !,..... . ' a i lot,) b) Abdallah Messeneet and fain ) , is both a natural and pleasant saddler, sue of the Price horse trial , so. and other firbt is a splendidly formed orrel of exb Alexander's Abdallah, d by Mine'to'keve BRADFiaDUmCGljUlAin-AGbreeds fancy and when iiietly driven harness onus Five men were killed and several 1.,.:.n''cOIia .I'e1f,.".s,c0"',3.d lInm uarr. S.''w''airs h! loin cellent stylo aud action ami ' as 0.001I iu He is lilli-tastyle on bulb Second dam Klua Jane (dam of ne buildiiijis wreeked bv an explosion oi Crocket I'jr inn oiockiiiKSl in dam hv ",T". line like a trotter lsellrrj,'on: ":,rkeu ' "- - jtcrjioi, l.y i.entle llreere, .ire Maud Me.,,,, , jth dam by HalVorn; th ,.. "'"V,10 V" ti' ol Peurl 7 '" harness as he ifruuder tlie Middle, while ,.,.., ., '1 gun; m - ..,. ,.V(I. .,WVP, dam of PearMedium j '.in an oil tunnel near Santa Paula, Crusader. 'r R. B. lurm and nnisii a perieit and sprigntty in llilnldain Kiliy Kivers dam .f UUe , The Kini: is a handsome bay, a natural pis Mr W II Wilson .f ( vntliom, k. ...1.1 Cal. He was sired hv Humpter Denmark, he conibined gelding, a full brother of Harrison Chief model l'y '" sire ol ...Id.niun sandier and orte of the best sons of the (nidiliird's Denmark, by (.allies X. C ItoKiluidf j ait,, c also SUCCESSOR TO ir, iori,ao,sold sold two other. jt$i.To Mr ell's Denmark, he bt theherace liorse.'leiiinark Maid i 14 dan by ked A continual coil jliiue is tery annoi me to per Fourth Abe llenakcr Jacket another combined of the ,l.,m , Silver Kill";. In another sons sittinx iioar o His first dam was sired Kentucky any kind of a leathering; Cro so soil , n .., .1. l...u.l ui .1 . ireldtoir for Ib) b) Imp Hvdgeford like. slU, mid litese jou ecu ..f mis nurse is more second f VY v; besides, it is ol great damage to (he throat and soooi rtucr .1 M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, column Mr. S. tells about them. man nj r.iner siainon at thry br.nj he Sir W'allare, he by Tialhutiter's Sir W'allaie So So i117k. Lt.e Wifke. anh. (aura telle b) Sir Mbert, (thoroughbred) jit d.iin by 1 nh. Combat sire or lirott n lungs and is exceedingly dangcruus at this season belter prt. es tli.m an otlier stallion il and W.ii.a,. Tommy Wilkes, Jr., is a stioiik,', dam of of the year One. halt bottle of lieggs Cherr) irmnius In 'Iranbv. thorosigli- Wilkes (sire of Prn.ce 511 4TH AVENUE, bredi be by the celebrated Mason's Whipp.jd" iclieteany baddler and goes well in harness Cough Syrup will r.o more thanordinary cough, and &t ' " AO C",e'' grades iluni a W lilpp mare the interior this remedy costs LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY as well. Like all of tlie Wilkes family th it a're thrown on the markets to sell at enormous A?.',1.l.a.:,.,,?'r:!.', to be of profits. A. K Penny, Druggist iMVsU.iruimKJ m. l,o is a Kood breeder, ROI1INSON, .tieasenger lirece, y Messenger Chief ."" ,' hn fine The Nobbiest & Most Stylish J. T. Conn, of arrard.'lie is owned by If you or uuy olvour lainily should huDnc-- lo.be season ji sumri'.lle . nt., t. ill ..., the present si ilimn make Maud Messenger a iftij. Ki.tlirr.ne sf ,?' ( ol I nlj, ... ,1.. Son ol W'allai Denmark aliove: 1st dam bt Mil ur .1.1 'J ...l '" wn,,i omvc Stock, iriKotiuiiy itiiiucu ui scaiucu, ...l... I.'.. )iu ler's Denmark, heh) the race horse Denmark; his Hrown Jim and Handsome I'.ov were the house to alleviate the pain until you can net a J"nc',l,,,H nt r?k Messenter Moiitgoniery'sOlitcr; 3d id dam halve at $20 to Insure a Living Colt. dam I'lornc ,Dreniiuu. b) Tom is a tine shaped liorse j l physician' A bo of ileifirs shown by J, K. Itaughinnn. lain by Old , dallah Mesteueei bt 1. ..... a worldol sttfhand in times like this would save v licnv t mane and tail, Ij'i hands hii;h oi'Maud H" "'."' ,r' black Kiiil', Mes.sener a .e'V Joe Sw ope exhibited Pi'loiMVilkes, Dr. C.Tni. .,n. nlt.nltmi.. u , !,..,. I.I us ll L i,m b The Kihk i. by Sllter lis I. , he ht On 'lim-- -..hr and is witli a natural saddler and has proven hlm.clla htoneviall Jacsson. hint dam Susie. b Sentinel j euual in ikses of this kind, as well as intltnniatinn ' HSIIIIIL'IUII llfll f t .Ireof C'ar- - ofallkiiids Armm Cartwri,ht Montr6i-- and t mark, lie U) i.uines Denmar. he . ... un'.' "rceuer, lu'aj, Vivandieie A U I'cnnv. Uruitzi.t aiSfull l.rolher lie ariovc stock will make the season of 1V1 al r rsi ....a 01... iiasntiuri. Volunteer, .Ire ol St Julien ,,,4. li) ui) farm penter Curtis. Secon Iliisiontille, neur( arpeti I. llolnn.l . ..."n., I.a ''."'". "w .. ... .,...,.... .... m, o,,,v, stisinii in ..s nc ". M Ever brought 10 the city ot l.oiusiiile, now opei S. H. Uaiikdiman had Allen Hashford DtiONKENNESS -- THE LIQUOR HAB Ion Denmark Orangor's i.t dam bt lli.rb.,,,j," !cr swtion and will be permitted to serve mares j 16 ly AlcxanJcr'i Alulallah MaidIS . ' ".'--I'l u '"c l","r,,n' e "irti dam bv including the JSSS.PS.,.. ins.fn oil t.ViM "AnrlH thnra lu Vs,,f. nrm Jd dam b) Oliver. 3d dam bv Woodpe. ker Lirnici ann ill rtar.s.n and Kale Denmark iu line trim and so fi ' . " e KIN'DUKDfiasr.cro.t.Vc.rH """ ,He Pcmium mare Klrie b) ' l.leinn" in Cure, ur. Hulnrtrt UOiaen bpoClUO. ". Mattibrii.o Chief 6 of M,,,, ", annieter's Wtitey.aoii ef llerihune, ttlu. was a Wallaco KNO.X & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS ditlSmitli Baughman Mesxenuer Chief, Pilot, Jr., ..re of ,l,e dam. ,, 'AFJTmU S ""wv" ' It can bo lriveh in a cup ol tea or cofTee without ' thoroughbred son of Alice Carncal. tbr ,lsm ,,f a ,0, ,s;c. of Ensliili llati Jr. Hie knowledge of the person taking it, effecting a noted r ice horse Lexington e h ., nllirpi" .' V'.J-- J .And Also my own The King is ol her horse to M.111.I M """"" ure, whether the patient Can.and Lyon'i W. II. Gentrv. of Iloyle. showed ids speedy and permanent of an alcoholic wreck, white and snip a blood ba) with one hmd ankle or man nne DENMARK LEXELL,, and Caps' Anelejatu ne m fare, gr,d mane und tail.oood sth er horse luis 10 a 2 io trotter. is u moderate drinker ' Fine line Gambetta, uIoiik with Celebrated Iftuhtcllaa alwa)s ou hand Kinilrtd will in.ikr th. seaton of iStu Tnousands ofdiunkard . hate been curtd whoJ Umo and extra t)le - and has tits r mri Inv , .,.,,. Sou of Wallace Denmark, a handsome colt, of , ., boitie of his . . rr !.! M m) 'I'Lf-rsing siauus ijyj hands lilih tine ne Have taken tne e.oiucn npceinc ill tneir conee. a. a sunnier of royal blood, will be used privately. place .it sire and WIII1UUI men .niu. ivuk.i aim ucilc.c nicy SEAL SKIN SACQUESCAPS, promising colts. Stock committed to my care and breeding will own freewill. No of In these pedunus you will find rayal breeding Chancy Denmark was shown by Lu- quit drinking fromtlfir .iiliiiintstration. Cures receite my personal attention, (irass lurnUlicd $15 to Insure a Mare in i'oal, Us results and in these stallions )ou will see individual, of at reasonable rates to be paid lurbelore remoi.il of a specially Order out Olovet andjothei-r"iirj- , Send for circular and full particulars. un irau ther (Underwood gjnd Provost, n linjje dress iu confident e Golden brxcinc Co., Ad. mic ucaiuy auu as orcetie'rs second to Hone, Send stock. No responsibility fur accidents or escapes. Money due it hen the fact Is cide of cfty o?iVftrcf, pe'rfe't latWs 135 jurmareiittiiqre tney will W properly ci red '.jr. Parting with stock forfeits Insurance und makes with CHAS,. DUNV,S,aufo!dl mart .' Ky Uoo' t lall! to ord er,a N O B B ; H A T ' VI j Clyde, by Dr. Lawwill. llaceStrect. Cincinnati, O -' , CT SAXDII DGK. season due. J. Sl'KKLK CAUPK.VTKK. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Horse Show Day. Horse show day wa n very different cue fiom that of n year ago, when it hulled, rained and snowed. Yesterday was as beautiful and as bright as ever came in April The show was in keep itir with the day aud altogether it was n hi;, success for the horsemen. The were on exhibition: Waterloo, standard bred, with a tee- is a magnificent fellow aud ord of has proven himself a line breeder. He is bv Kiehelieu, ont of n Hay Mesenger mare. Waterloo is well known in this section and his on ner. Dr. 1'. W Logan, wll realize a good thing out of him this vear. See ad. on this page for full pede-gre- t C. li. CROW BHAGA1TZA. YAZ0O,11799, I 1 I 111 - if. WATERLOO.! 11 William l.yle. 1 W I two-mil- a 1 . I 1, Peilirer-Waterln- o I ' rc--i I V 1 l, I I II. iiiui .d Dorsey Goiddust; $40 to Insure. well-kno- 1 i.old-ilu.f- f KATE t .1 Kn-tucl- ). I 1 F. Brinkley GILT EDGE! I 1 t,, - 1 I I ! ( I I stt-ll- c I ai-- o .15 STEVE WALKER, 1 (-l 11 V m -- 1 ! I , .1 I 1 Ml. PENNY, d i Dentist. 1 I . PRICE, I ".. 11 STAR WILKES. PE"tTCE. ld stoo-wa- ll 1 K - I 1 REMOVED! I Ed Barlow, 2375. ( 1 ) 1 1 jo)-,- 1 W-I- I ' 1 .e 1 j R. j - 1 . REAL 11 h r, n1-,- I . 1 s- -isi 7- I . I i " ...... ft"? ?."" 1 1 . . - 1 . - mK :T"' 11 CJ m I j QfYJlES fr-.- - to Insure Living Colt. 1 1 , . Gover's Messenger. . . e I I Pineville, Kentucky. 101-y- msr-pari- I 111 1 r -- , , I ti.-..- -- 1 well-know- n - 'Ti"' is; 1 Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, i BREEZE 11. 1 WILKES! 1 ,t , g 1 I tyju-ac- (iold-mit- h r 5526, 1 -- I THE MYERS HOUSE 1 I In- - - fc l i I i u-ie- I r ed 1 1 1 . I j i, '"' . 4 I . ' -- 1 . Liz-i- .. Pool and Bill.ardIarlors I IpuJf - . TV Stable , J' IIL-- I BLACK JOHN, w I I I I 1 j .''' 1. is. , -- I -' 4 I ! , , I'" ff MOTHERS d ii. Jay-liy-- s 1 Harrison Chief, Jr., c I ,1 r v - el . tf,- A riicnu A 1 -i 1 aaien-ine- - HI IT - 11 rl '... Hli;,nRltNS , SP'tABOR .. . , .... 1.1 I rU fi ) Wallace Denmark; 111 . 1 I fc GEOGEGHAN. v '., ! il - VtJ-H.h. I well-know- n , 111 well-forme- d 1 , U I .c-....ll.. I o!-- "" 111 MAT world-renown- ed irrp-irut.on THE KITGr '.., .w . i. bv-7sa T11 s Oer-na- n ,''l - . I i , . m 111 n.uv "'?,'" 1 . I . jto, . mile-fro- - - ts a h- atSI5; TomatSIO 11 " Kye-he- e I ! - . . ., .,V' lo-- i, ...--'r'l--- '- y harmfu-etle- ct guar-fantee- cd '- P.a : ,S i' .