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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890041101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. F' I. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Banning and Its Surroundings. IUnmsi., Cvi.., April - lsiH). it a villaue Dkm: IvTKitmii CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 1890. DEATHS' OOINGS. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NO. 12 Gardening has begun. Alex. Mark, 17, .Mind. Ilog.in, Mi, Four millinery shops are doing busi- Straw hats mid pink bonnets tuix u ' mid Nathan Xoland, 7::, died in .Madison) ness at this plan. of only ".Oil or UH people, situated in tbe made their appemame. enmity within tin l.e-- week, Siivh the ' How is it that all the hb'hoom towns A new belfiy on the Cornur or vallev, live miles Hotel Climax. nu Gurgoniit 'nu "yateway cities "" The liars who . . ....... i .Jndyo John 1. vv iNon, prcMdent ol write the ads. may answer. Ki vvetol tlie eilxe oi tnc koioiiiuo I'fMvn, snows that the spun (improvement has the State National I!ank of Maysvillej with mountains in all iiircction.., except m,t wholly disuppeaied. Mrs. Hosilind Nesbitt is visiting her Mielton Hlmikenship hays that he h since its organization, died Tuesday, aged brother, .Mi. F. II. Keppert, at Cincinnathe went. On the north istlicNui ner ti. K. K Ncncoinb is in fioin Mexico. dino ninge, with Mt- Giayback toweling a candidate tor magistrate in this piecinct M He was worth m er Rev. Rutherfoid Douglas, of the ' Mis Mattio Miv Admin was down from to the height of 11,000 feet, and on the at theAugust election. .Next! Nmio of our pKncitire loving young' Presbyterian Church, died nt his home Koretto school three days during this south the San Jacinto mountains some top l,ik,if which are ll.tmo feet. Th dt- - folk are talking ahout attending' the in Fnvcttc this week. He vv?i. pntnr of week. Mr. V. R. KauiM-v- , of London, hop at Middltisboio on the Kith, was heie Monday of their sides f'i wine He i. a eandnlate the Alt. Pii:nh church for .'.I veai. Mi. .lolin Mollis has lented the Miv. .lam Cornehson. mother of for delegate to loiictitutioiiiil convention tance down, me coveted with now. but this v.iiushe in the, hot niys of the Him- - Jones property actors fioin the "Old Mrs. Dr. Pcttus. of Crab Orchard, died Mid. .1. H. Rrown and little McKcnie have returned to Lancaster. itier huh. The town is built after (heoi-- ; Corner" hotel and teinovud h;s family at Richmond on the "th .ifter a long A streak of ill luck ness. She was the wife of T J. Cornell- of inift Western villages 1ioiic tlieieto. euins to have A couple of were here' son and the couple hud Hlthhitliepn.it fastened itself upon Rat Welsh. Some scattering ami moHtly of one story and ' makes no elauns to beauty. e opt hi its-- Satutday putting up limning piettireh few days witnessed the ."Oth anniersary years since he fell from a ear and bioke a thigh; two years sinre he had his face location. A church, hotel, t litre Mote" for Trench's chciis. which spreads its ai their inariiiige. Chinas, Heath has visited S.itiihcl Island slashed with a knife; a month since he mid a otiloou about comjrie the bui- - run van at Stanford, Apr. 1Mb. Althoujfli Mrs. Polly Knit:, toother of Tom again and taken two ot Bro. flames' was literally chopped up with a hatchet n".- - portion of the place. and depot are tu Sun Iter'-- ) Wren, who is hi Jail at Stanford lor the j friends and admirers, Mrs. Win. A. I .ay, in the hands of a drunken man. He tho postoflico , "Reaver- - of Dayton, and Mih. Chambers, of Inde- was scurctly well when he hail a leg dino county, nearly half the people lie killhig'of hi ' peiidence, lioth of this Mute. Roth Indies broken Tuesdav while eomini; home nt Ntti hetM comity. The ortmgi and lail liafcer, died riiunvluv of mea-lce iion do not thrive here, but deciduous Hie is the fifth member of the Wren were in bad health met went to Snniliel from Rowland he trieil to Hiinl Up to with the hope of restoihtioii. the top of the caboose, just after iiassinjr fruits genially are inhed to eotibideru-- , family to die in the IhI two months. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ble perfection, and a few nice oivlmnl Muietburir.Jwheii he fell into a dih h, Weirilad to leurn thnt our younj: of tl.ee are already nairnis ,,.,. ot)rr .L.TTHinnesota Metho- - bieakiiif; his li'ht leu in two places l'rmins friend, It. IL Hught. who since .Ian. 1st the knee. He is at home doinj,' as i, the principal CHrupHtion in this vichii has made the J.mica,ter News such an ,Nt iirtwlier tmu-Ie:ili milh. made i well as lould be expected. ty. thuuKh. andlarvecmps of wheat and entertiilniiiKWieet. will be letnined by ,,,N xi,itlll two schools, ave an after- -Another tragedy to report. This lMrlcyaioown. which aie iuUm,d con- Mr. Marrs as bu.iness manager of his ,in, B,l0l v.Ven jack nibtime it's one brother who slavs another. .litiiiu tint imiimiii. 11 from any miisu, nUU piililiniiluii. "Uob' is a faxontt U.p lrtltfct M n,,,!,,, mi Ktumet. Wednesday afternoon LuimettMiodprass with Lancaster sociav and as a dehne.v t!i mruiurMiru deterred from sow.n Tlu. lMIOUlt(,r Xews H.y that Re. shot and killed his brother Squire. The of in December, the usual seed- - tor of the foibles, tneirorops f5times etc.. of ll(. nAnfvll Itajlt,hl vUxuvh int time, as they weie this vtiir by moie town life has no superior mnoiiK the i,.II)timl :,s of the ? eonverts t. his rc- - shooting took place at Win. Collier's, fiiin than ever fell iH'fon'. lhe just ton-- , VOiiuer ciifUmun. Hi- - . intillations we The ,. , ;, sim.lnv. the home of Sonne Suodirrass. tinue plowlm: and sow the next season. Iiojie will make a special feature of the jt ,nlv took him S7 minutes or at the ,)rollu'rM '",(1 dispute last Monday ovei i un..,., ' "uniiiesa oi.mers ami wnen uiey wiieu an uini i tiaper. M'od. The summer season -- The city council at their incetini: ' l.0itin.ls.r:i-nera- l Infill of thf W.ina.na parted It WMH nieett that they WOllld John is o dry that the. plowed laini Keeps Friday iiijjlit li.xed the minimum of the ker declines to advertise in a Sunday llOt Speak tO each Other afterward. Weil- ' h'.'ht and soft and no e:etatIou iirows. liipioi license nt i'JOO. ami Monday tluee newspaper, but in the Monday newspa nesday afternoon Kmuiett, who lives a The wind is a ery disjiieeable fea- - wilooiiihts hnni: their uicen doo'r.., mid per appear columns over his signature,' short from Mr. Collier's, went tuteofthis pass, and blows ulimM in- - ,lnt.(,iked their decanters to the thirsty everv tvpc of which was set on Sundav. over mere. lien lie arrived Sonne ,,.,,. ... .I,,, ceantly at this time of year In ui" - ,,ilace--W- . barn. Hi.s mother, learim; . Carson at the Harris tii( test set t. John is a 1'harisee of the iner. wlien it would be pleasant, it don't House, Sainl. Hardin at the "Old Corner debate to settle whether that the brothets would meet, had the blow so much. Theimst wind juevails Hotel," mid Widlhi Rro- -. at the depot l0 8 facie way ".v weareuoiniMo Heaven bv being 'or-- ' cntenn-- ' the house. While they in wlntei. ami instead of beinj: damp The dullness and InsMtude which has ;,! i... M.ibii 'Miiiii, vir and disagreeable, as it is in Kentucky, is mH(t. ()ljr ,own kj(l of st.epy Hollow IIMH trj Diiiiniiu ill tllP Wi',ti s,a,"'int? " the Jiorcll talking V.m- e lliersion Was beL'lin . ..I .. .11 .....I h ami comprtratively waiu eominu'. l(, lh(, u.s,dents. hussecuiinejy vanishtsl. nt FleiiniiKHbtir Tuesday, between Rev. '........... iiiuuuu mm ran en io r'tjiiire nivii vault.loes, from the desert, and is far pref- - j rtl t.nsl tiure is mor,. jft IIIO'n. activity and oHnetl fire upon him. Squire re it bditi Reees, leprcseiitinjr the Methfr vnible to the west wind, which would ho u, lll()rtf muV on the street Uth by dists, and Rev. J. W. Mctiarvev, repre- - turned two bhots and fell, expiring hi damp and perietrnthns at that season. ,j,n Hmj j,v ni,,jlt xilt. i,iskv riieu r .,,,,;,. .I.., ..... i, fnr .... 'i, , r)i nf tin stantly. One hall entered ' his left .'Hill . . '. ... V...p,'.l ...fc,. ,v. tt.,, L.....I.. .. ...X. ... .....I.... ...! 1.1 M'l .!..... "' iclaliu ll.e honor ol nrtnin mmui this Diso,,,. with the devil perhaps acting one the right breast. Kuimett was hit in tin. I. mwl ul,n.M... H.nn.u,. ,s partially surrounded by mi ; tww ,,,,,, of lhinuri ll kul u" ". " and in the nioun-- ' -- Dr. s. Rl.tir lias uone to l'in Indian reseivHtion, illt to, ,nHjty rtjwav n.a,w t'he greatest benefit ,,orse aml roi,L' ll0mt'- - S'l".'SnoilRra. wns vouni: man n?ed about tains near by is the Indian xlllae, Io nractU-- his profession. Robert Kdinis- - 0f these alleired rv'liu'ious debates. and un- plmv of considerable J iou f K. peoples lUuk, at Middles- married. Kuimett is about trero, which married i Easter Morning. sim Miss Drexel, daughter of the I'liil K,r(lf s K.. visiting Ids parents. Miss T,t, foowini: beautifully expressed nml ,,s,s '"' l'h5Il,ren- - The bIiooUur cast Hilelphut banker, has built a Miort ills " over the neighborhood and the Ji,.siiiiiit.f nlm um Hrn spending ...r,.,...,.,.,. tn r.,ut,.r nm..ir..d m t mce outside the limits of Hanului: a line the winter witli Dr. Mlair's family, re- - iViurier-Journapeople are tlutnbfounded. Kinmett Snod- SundaV l inree story oiick Minnii ii.i m.- v.i.i...- - turneil to her Home, near I'.ins, Tlitirsi.n..r , mnn lim. linltli r',Hh l win oe remuuiDereti, Kii(eu Jas. tiouof IndimisandotheiHin the Catho-- ,uv j., w. I.tllurd, the populur Hour mnii xviult.Xt,. denial he inav insist on' wlieth.!5t't,nira,u "enr Uli l,,m' iu ,87h- - IIe he faith. It will be opened in epiem- - . i.ebanou. was in town S.iturdiiv talk- interwmd moved to Illinois but retttrneTr i... lt" Illlll no VlillPi lilt' i:;.. Uli nu:.. U3 lltiV l i.: ber next. I he owners of property here jIIL. ,, the excellence of bis various j,jHOWI, oronlva noble fable Kaster1 ,1L're two 'l'Jre s,"''' IIt? biother of iIrs- J ' Ilwn, of this plaee, and of lire tiyhiu to net Congress to ipeii up ,nm,. Miss l.izie Ituchanan is visit- - mornin J ias aM' nsnir.ition of its own .,. Histort . Davis, at Knox- the valley lands beloiiKniK totlte Indians u tcls ((f jfe. it a'UiTV jj,,t a',i IJv- l Snodirras.s, a missionaryat Toku., mid extend their reservation furthernorlh vHlo. Ml, C.ti Ilrow . ho during of u.Mlrrcction.' it responds to thedeep-- J"',an' J Mr. J. A. New land's illness held down t.3t asp,rations of the heatt, mid if only a into the mouutmns FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. , ,..... .,... ., flit, uiudi of the .southern Racine, tu. r.,ilro.ul otllce so ndei.tlv here. ie- - , f J. K Kern sohl l.s mules at an idoim here Is very heavy, and nearJv all turned to his home at New Haven. He i14 .. ...... t ,, ,. ...., ,i, ,ia,. v. ,i., ,,,..1 ... n ,i ...t. . . 'i...... I.... v,v.i f ...1 S150. l'aiia News. w in... - ...!. .1...I.. ....... lllMllli.k'L wn .mjt.IIlim , mu. I111Bmess ipiannca- immi. fonottli liv rat.t. frt)1I, ils .ile uuWvntkh. KX),(KX pounds of wool. nn.l even with this minimise iiinouiii oi 0Ily M,j rme social traitsnnd wonmanv til now, a pillar of cloud by day and a ower trains id - or .10 ems utin't make I (,k.,1s dining bis slay here. Mr, J. Will ...u-- .. ,.f ,ir.. i... ..:..),. '!;.;- ,,....i... ;t A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. .. .... .l . . I V . Ill .......... 1.7.11.W. If. Ttaylor bouyht of Cash. ... ...11.... .... ....... 1, 11., .Ml. 111 .Illlll. , -- .. i.vc-;.iiiiiii'SinMeiiinieii irom norma. .v,r. ttlti, II1III1V fnil, ai e(.n. ab ,iu. Ml Wiuiht vV Whfte l.Mio-- s, axerainj: NO. ers.asontl.eLvVN all three engines Wdlis Chelf, oneof h..eville'.shamUo,,.e.tU mjllla; wlth ot,,,rH h i(j a derin at oj cents. an. put in front. mak.n it pretty hlht, Ueauv. was down Tuesdnv Lmt one flPMirU-frollielrexlstoiuv; with David Klliott, of Casey, bought o the black smoke our p.etty dmn.eiH. ers still it ts a dream that ives diputv Walker, of vear- Madison, a combined -- ,t ipiihik (.ui oj uiyu vu,w,.K v..... outieen vears apn lour inisci. evous ... ..,... .,...: .....i a .n,,,..,!. the firemen ard hlit)st,ttont!iiitl ty miov. urchins attended choorut the oldM'.rick tiiil. l'ervadini: almost every race of old -- hid f the Wilkes fmnilv for .. c .1 ...... .1 rami of oil acres of land on Crab u........ I, inc.. in Maiilor.t. ami as the phrase II1B:), it is strongest, deepest, most com ., pike, miles ficun Mantoid, for l.evet Hie iikikiuk hi nirn- iiiwiipii'io yoes Wei e ClllllllS ItlHI CI t ItlCK lOj.'1'th- - uiaiidiuiis ue advance from tlio similes) ,iwuiisBm.iiMiwrii..imi.iiioi.iift.r. Like other Inn's these rotif'Im.I ol burbarls.n to what wo term the lli-win-- sab.. Apply at IrEiuoi: Join..vi. of-flee. is reHch.nl at Iteiuimont, ii mlb'S. tluur idle dreams and while they chased 0t rliriMiuii rlvili7iiliiii. i or A. J. Watsun, ot Pulaski, sold to dif io the llyinjj ball, slid on the ice, or pltijed Imiw it is.lown jsraue liht.nt Is life vvoith livintj.' The misvrvr is, fLit..,i, 11 nf . . .., ill. Iinim il. ,11 . I.IVIII ii lfliii. ... miles to Itidio. which i Mi t unlet m the) vi upon the verdant slopes of the ..iiml ill li.i . I.i likk. . ...it . l.illl.u ill imi.i II. ilia ..iiiiivcii. in mini iiuitv vii .i.i- - l.llkl III!vi. til ii- - . 1.1 , lake, and is hill, would at turns talk iiiiiejiilo)iiently n.id.lieuf what HtMouie vv....... ii 11. inoiiiiifty. ii mis immiivii ine nuuiesi .,,, iHifett micioh tlielvelof rhe sen one ' f wIMl (,pV-,- j u,.rc. men. sou; ,lias mien1.11;ieau ot malt wuii l.l.lf. I.I ine it U. it. do- .1. U. Jones sold to J. V. the is.ntjimiit. .i the Imttv. (j,.,,,,. W(j,i m wwuU.1 be, a meat pioneer serenest coiwae; it 1ms been the silver I l .. pa-s- , - iil. -- . .. Don't Ke DFXEIYED by False Announcements. FRENCH & CO.'S COLOSSAL RAILROAD the-iii- id MUSEUM, MENAGERIE and HIPPODROME ill-d- er J , bill-pote- , father-in-law- I s. i hi-lo- , w - ,,,, ,,.,.,. j.,, I Poi tidi h vhil It At fn-.ik- s. Stanford I'rcM-nlms May, atlverli-c- d V April orgeciis -- ii1,,vi.,L.. loi rra nf ' iimwi - """- ,,... ui.,iiL at M times more than and mlroJuciiijin nltri other than un.inimmiMommen.l.ition The mu. beiiuful l.td eqnc.trienres and daring hareluck rider now before the pnMii. ln.iv uf eulumic and startling lcHuic, abomte orisinalilj, martel ol" no eltlM' ce . i , Requiring Acres of Ten Is in Avliicli to Kxliibil, Horc Corgrf" Trini-- AnimiNand Ancirnt 'or unlinu cd thouand Carnival ol Home i.frim,, , leliants, ,. v,,,.. and run. d Wild Animal, Trick vit,,a 'utlncupu.u d , Dos- - I tclij-ii'ii- s bap-tln,- rt i,. '"''i "' stillions. I'ome and Mule 8 Dnnro nnnn vwvig vmsii II FIUnT t r.4-- i CZ.O-W1T- S 8 Court-llOUS- - 1 I'henomenal Mid ir and A renii Champion from ever) noted Lumpean apilal I irj prumive xcred pledge A (haste ai it i matilile.a The maii.iiji mt-n-t deMre it dionctl) underitood that u.eler nu (irviinKtanccs Mill liunert on and disreputable persons with their peculiar device f r vindlhiK the unnar) "e tokrated, a orps ofdetf tic bcin?i.ont intlj In theiremploj , """" "" -- m ..- ...!.:, ai nnol 1 ui u D J r, mi' Bn.fn.mor.nno i LJ.olhaiDi. rui iu iiiauuua nuu . I An I iipiralleleil, Keaplendent Stret I'iradeFKKKTO astivvilh traineroin htreet 1'arade Fret exhibition on (.round Opm after St tet I'arade ik-n- - of UaipWild I f 'J-- -' ', i. ; j French & Co.'s Great Show WH.I. I!E A I - - vii-ii.v- r 1 f ' ,, 'VI 1 , i3 iTAUFOUD, Friday, APHIL 18th. I - .mj. - vv - :.,,,..., HIGGINS . k M'KINNEY ' aver-ii'eo- . P .1 ,,. Are hendquartcra for - ...n, - I I . 1 I- - ,. Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Ziime, c&o. Plows! l'lows! Plows! ' ci"t, iu-.- Huy the Oliver Cliill or Hamilton Steel J- I ciiiiKt-oNimi- - . ,.lir. . ... . i. ... V -- fr i M-or- On-har- V Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is. equal to those; no -m - ,. , ., - . . .. . i ptow ever naci .i rui .i .i v.iiivci iu;i.s. r.vcrv niovv .vvarraiucu io mai me . lie ....., t , s do good work, or no'sale. A sk your neighbor. devlirtatiofi -1 tMip-fio- ( epect the land company are the owners mid make It pay Indiiectly, it ..tuitliBtmiiliiiutlmiiWllc&vQTllMiii-mid IiidiRniljiIiter-.'tikelj.Mjraml-fHthea neat and newsy pupal" i3 fflltedj Leslie suid he would be a circus clown. iiiii. bv Mr. lands Miiiimiii, m very plwisant klittl of Dan ltice sort of fellow; llarve Xi'iitleiiiaii, who emuc heie from Chietio knew that lu- - would be a i lerk and Hob for his health. I don't suppose It is a fancied that he would be a painter. Ha' ven paving trihtltiition. If every man, Think you with Wa.lswoith tins child is vvoiimh and child iu the vicinity took it. father of tint man? These four aie liv tliesubsiTiption list would not be a1 ini: vet, but living not the lives their fourth that of the In mtloii JotitNvi.. I youu' imaginations sliadowed forth. 1 li, , t.v . l.l I . rS."?- - '!t Kentucky GentralR.R. "JJI.fl-. rtuvhl by a ra.lrtxid. For full partiLuhri addrot an agtnt ol the Co. K II. IIACOX, S. F. I!. MOKSF, 1'riV.linL' I.eaington, K). I'm'i'r A (ft , (iuu'l l'a'c'rA?t., r.nciniiati, O. LmLinnotl. Maiim;er. not With the exception of a day or two, the weather during the last week has been disagreeably cool, made so inostlv otne rain fell iu the valby the wind. ley and snow on the mountains Sunday uiidit. The hijjh altitude of the place makes it eonsidei ably cooler at all Hea-honsthaii in l.os Angeles or Pasadena I was vet y much pained to hear of the dreadful calamity that ovei took Uniis-villami other points in Kentucky. Sincerely hope the lepotts wo have heard have been greatly exuberated. The Southern California papers have already used that an an argument that Hasten people Hhould eomo here where cyclones mid tornadoes air unknown. 1 e T. It. W.VITOV. Two stables anil 0 frame cottages to the Kentucky Association at Lexinuton burned, caushiK a loss of 57,000. All the horses were paved. CJen. Uobinson iinnouncei that the disister will not nflect the spring meeting, which will surely come oil' in May. J. 1). Williams shot and killed his father, Isaac Williams, near Kittle ltock, Aik., because he attempted to whip his daughter, the youug twin's sister, with a switch. I 8 I.vf Cincinnati .. 8 10 a m, 8 cxi p in '35 P". 4S P rr Covington. it a in S 09 p m 03 p ro At Kichiuond .Mondav '00 cattle1 I.ve t'ininnlti am 9 17 mi 9 vet, it is ill the "liush luirniiif.'. eliatiged hands at ." to A; 1". yokes oxen Arr fari. ... . 11 44 am 10 aj p m' 5 W P " letter p 10 Leshe "holds down a bill clerks desk ,)Ut lu;,OUMimo(l;. J 00 p in o 5j p m t jo p in u ig the birtUrihl sold nt r0 to SSO; --'0 broke mules $110 j,'"8""'-$110. omce ... at Louisville; ., .... ....,:,.. 11 10 am if I' in me i. i: , tit everv ...1111,11119 mini iu iiiiuiuiui.iii , t so p tn A tine show of stallions. Good Xrr WincKeiier. 12 05 p m : . ., license in lusi,, Harve with brand-ne7 3 P ni 11 lie .1, iiui i.il- K'l"1' feelinK anionc thu people and money " incauef 4 40 p n 5J P pocket stands bcfoie the Stanford bar a souls niu uiiiv itiiiii. weak, ui . only, not of the (pitet souls plentiful and a good court tiny iu eveiy Arr Stanford. . 5 30 P m ....u;:;;i:;;;. proruisiti',' young attorney, and Hob, 5S P n chielly who hold to nothing else, but to re.spect.-Cliu- ux. ft, 3 Oi p m .i iittishiK upon the vicissitudes of the past, men, who, like Browning, believe first 5 o P " .......m. .. Our horse adveitiseinents me j;ieat- - Arr i.lvinEion. X relates these things to show that in the dignity of life here and thus bind ly in cxce6sof this time last season and No. 1. bov's will is the wind's will, "A o.i. themselves to a life hereafter. still thev come. We are going to issue a the thoughts of youth mo long. S 00 a long thoughts." Hv!..:Kvtks to St. P.Mt.-- For tie double number in thencar future, which i.ve ..y.nC,.t0,v 10 15 a in r:.i: 45 National Kducational Association at St.1 will ho chock full pf horse mattere ami ' Arr RlchmoI,d. J ties-- , .,.. .,... lhe Hazel (.reen Herald s man is r.....i,.i. . ,,,.. ,c(lfv .,,,... of which wewill print a souvenir on i.ve Stanford .. 7 00 a ,. penile, this is what he says ill refe- r- ."" """ 'HV ... tin- - V5 ??.1.c"lei .. mennwu 10 00 a in' sen ex- - !,,nl,rf,.fnrM..l. of our natrons in to the icport that W. I Taulbee uiieen ami uresteni route win .7" etice to p m 6 10 a ml stallion business. I.ve Richmond... cursioii tickets to St. Paul ami return on '5 ami his wife had parted' (Slenwater Stock Arr Winchester 1 00 p in 7 4 a '"1 J. Monroe I.eer, of m' 40 Arr l'ari. in! 7 llitL,.,ivumi ,.Inie:!0th and July 1st, '.'d, :.d, 4th and I'm in, sold to Cloro & Wheat, of Frank-li- Lve I.cxiugton "If we would see eveiv 1 05 p tn 7 00 am 3 45 p m ,'ith, at one fare for the round trip with 2 jo i m 8 J3 a in, j at p n I.ve l'arn vandal, who is traducing the character I ml., a stallion by Reveille for :?."ob, p 4 I.ve Falmouth 9 13 a ml 5 16 p ra $1' added for uieuibeishlp fee, tickets will of the dead statesman and rejoicing be- j' p m id 3j a nil 0 30 p m 5 Arr Covington. be good for returning until ' ctober 1st' and the jack Thunderbolt for $700. Mr. Arr Cincinnati 5 50 p in 10 45 a m 6 j8 p in cause of Ids death safely hivouaccd in ' Keer has sold in the past two weeks 42 Ih'K). On theMavsville llranch. Nog. leave Pans at hell, with a mountain of brimstone for a hicks at an average of over $700. or 800, am and No 11, at 543. P ", arriving at IC 10. n Mav.villeal 10 bickground and adesert of sulphur for a IIvu Fari: Hct ilsio.s ioMiiav mkkc, q(). He hxs sold jifi S7." worth of jack leave. Maviyilu?x.'a j,ijandin, Sarmingmat No at Pari, nt a frontispiece, wo could jojn in tlte song of Wis. On account of Knights of Pythias so and No 1. leave Mavllr at 7 40, am oek since svnl. 1st, ISSii. Paris arrive, at I'an m 14 IS. P n I hee train, arr and the Iaiinb, with all the rap- - liiennial Conclave at .Milwaukee, Wis., t,u.b;,,n daily except tmiday. WK), the Queen and .Inly 8th to tures of n hilarious halalujah. The vearlinir stallion Uelvidere en- - No 43 lea en Lcsinston ,003 iiii ; arrive Pari. 1045 am except Sundav Ctescent route will sell excursion tickets .7 w uanies aim iveny TI way, a ,n one fare for the lOiilid tup, on July tore(i in ti,0 Howling Green combination .o o .t..vcsiui,iiiiii. 5 .u iiu,.iiii,i- .iu itli 41. win sale by II. II. Crow, was withdrawn at ' .ooa,; arrive, c.nc.n- mountain merchant, were shot and kill- - tj1( rth, Oth and 7th, good to return till- S70."), mill tilt) following tiay sold to Pe- - nati7JS am, except Sundav 1 ed at Chambers' Station, Mo'iofee conn-- ' tji j,,iy :n8t, 18iK. Tickets on sale by all Hick Kee, Of KogUIl COUIlty, for l.OlX). Train Note. -- No I mil ilailv between I.exlng. run. dull) ketvvten tonaml Cmiilinati. No ty, Monday,. by George Stephens and ageirts of this and connecting lines in i ty ... .1.1. f"inrnnnli and I.CXIIIIZIOII 'l...lf l...l . , .., r11A..,10., Jt WlneheMe. vrow uusivvo 111111 uiuiueia 10 una .--; .vir. Albin ltarues, cousin of one of the ic- the South. and lor point, on the V N A At V lt COlt that lire speedy, : m thus, the result of an old feud. Day was nuu nt ini iiu ikiitk arrive Sam II. Murrell, aged SO, was killed born trottera. One of tljene rolts, Jlr. aV andifiifi" from lhe Cci.iral Union Paener depart an innocent spectator, who was struck will drive in t.':'J0 or be't - t StJtt.m Cincinnati, nut itti. connotiou. for all Traynor says he by the volley exchanged between the In Adair by tlio Io which he was i. ...i nuim. ,.uiui, miii"' basirage checked to any ter this season. Through ticket, and ing falling on him, says the Spectator. other men. it ,illlllK dou.l that ., .. -- .i. ..r i (.v uriiKis i.iv ..nut ui .nil... Matorinlisim sKejiiicisui, cow amice, mmovoiei'ce ami Choice butcher cattle and heavy sensiialitv have waned titftiiiist it. Dis- - fiif1.rs iir. in il.iiiiti.wl in r!imi.imiti. tli. aupo.ntme.it and despair have somjl.t to fonier .u 4 ,o , am, lhe nttor .u .. ,0 toot it out of the heart, have sought re - J,,. KMlK.8 aro 0BS are i is the ;. l(tiv lief in denyint. it, but a velv at :lUo at ... ,Q , lamp that liphts the pnth of humanity us .., ..,,.:.. ia,llhs (ii to ... e to-ti,- ,1,, I li.i t'i.e !S1 liaifuea ullil .Mllviii. fit CI ...... rnllllil CT" ..11 VI. .... .11. .W....X.. ' ftdlS! I, " . ,! I. Tho Shortest nnd Quickest Route from i ui .1in- - siuiie nun . i.uc jiivk lit' nullum Central Kentucky to all points North . 1 C! HAs UOfPK. nt ' W U ..!., . H.K MfVSrtN, lrav l'a.. (.r.NhKAl. e HUnlJ10N,lJeiiral OFFICl-- Chamlicr of I'limiueri Iiuiltlin v'ni inhat.O Bast, West and South-WoFast Line between Loxlngton and Cincinnati. SCIIKIH'I.Kt.VKrlT.Cl No 2. No OV 4 OLD 1ST. ROUTE Ni'np-it , to-da- y ()er ,,,,, .7,1869 NmmV. Mii-iip- .He v c l K. I) ' Soutti Hound Ex Sun. Daily 4 .t No 6 bun. SJu) Vcat.ui d '1 ram. n the dnwnvv-iiri- i slnne to death: or Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, ill.) S..ntleat ttt )nl one liilit out Irom in I T 1 ' to" Ml point- - . 1 Lorrtttid limp Lard ST VI IONS I.ve Stanford " t.exiiictou. .'.' injhe'ler-v-'"-! Hfti - 1 111 . ii-1.:- re I'ail I)ail Ve Kxpres. Kx. bun 1? ji n'n 3 17 am 6 7 7 o .. 1.1 it, ravtMul t an cini;t'it, 1800 .Vccom Daily Ex Sun 13 31 pm l"n n vorth-iiom- ui 4,i "' I 111 Mt. Sterling.. Morehcad ' Olive Hill " Ashland ... JUMtillVlli " 1 .1 40 am 4J pm 3 o pm 6 '40 pm 7 n'0 j pit. jy 43 i. j 4.1 pun pm 11 """I'0' '" . 111 I.ve IliimiliKtaii. .. Arr inaricliHi ' Clifiun I'lirite. l.viiL-lnuir- " Catlctlsburs.. " lluntiniftoii 10 30 pm .13 .0 1 . . 11 13 7 11 o; 30 ,iS 43 3? 311 1 7 n, 1 111 4 " VV'avliiiigiuii ...la " llaltimnrc ... j " eiuladelphla, . o " New YorL .. g " Kichiuond, Va, a " Uldl'oiiiiConifort' . . ....... " Crnirlotteaville 5 J5 pm pm 50 pm pni o j pm mil am 4 ain Pi; jS pm ,0 pm am .111 10 5 pm 5a pm 13 pm o pm 40 pm .Vorfoll. S'-'- 111. Ken-Mos- 1 tr k. leavini; I.exinjioii at 11 40 am and 5.10 m daiiv. exkout iiundav c nncct ji Wm..vf-- i. for KkIiiiidiiU, Kr and ixmiK on the K n u I rain TT" - 'UtcVu"?, -1 1 I -v- -' level-head- ed Limited Vevtil.ule I x from NewYork I'lillidel i.hia, W i.hingtoiiMnd ..ll iint Ka.t arrives at Lexington at 4 47 i m daily Stanford 11 SM " Kat mail from KKlunnnd, Va., and all point. e.tt, ll.iutintoii, VV. a. and all local ttatimivar- ...v ...iii.iviiai i.,,u iiimn uaiiv fvecp. aim' .. 57 i dtt.on., irom Ulivrllill and intermediate point.. R icnmonu, K.. and poiut on the K. C, K arnv e. at LexinLtnn 8 10. am. iliilv -- v. Sunday Stanford ya i m lie urc tltl.U re.-read via N. .V. A. M. V Co.. i: I). For time tard. uok.is aid full information. V 111 1 1 - -- 1 ! t ' saw-thre- e a ; VV. IIARNEV. riclet AjeuV. S A. liROMIIEKt.. t'rav Pfc.. Act. J L MUKIMIY.Ocn'l a. K - . I J. D YRRINi;iO.N 3dV I,Leju.ton,Kv s -- ', . .uJ 'Sli LaX-sjU- 'A. Jr 1 I carefully 'revised return of thi' torcasualties at Louisville reduces the Interior Journal SoO) salary In ItiMi of nil fees, which nado mitiitw-n? killed from !L to To anil the passcl tho Senate ami is now pending in necuniarv los from $2,00,000 to the Hotiu', 1ms an nmomlnient provitling 000. i . VlMULll, 1BHU1 for the pay of pro tern attorneys at the Stasfohd. Ky The ilooisof the Manhattan, Kan, rate of 57 a ihiy. In the Hist place the Bank have been closed by the assign salary is to ) much for the class of work ment of C. L. Purcill, iu pioprietor. The W. P. that the State irets ami in the second liabilities are fVil.tWO, with no .statement place the regular attoiney should have of he assets. (Innrls. j.iWj. in. nn.fi.lUu mul. xhrin of .Xew the pay of the protein man deducted vote of ."! The in. from hi, if it is his fanltthat he is not in 411 decided to;,.dTniteU-to be th .. place. A Commonwealth's attorney docs local option ,tn. Ti.i"s..tii..s the fa.t We . wt l.u.u n.n.rl nll you, The Executive Committee has fixed not do half the work that is ordinarily that prohibition will continue iu iowa at cash, we' ve Wednesday, June 4th for the next meet- - reqtihed of a circuit judge and if 51,000 least years , to surely and General Mn-,tt; inpof the Kentucky Press Wociation at is a Millicient sum for the latter, CVPrt Um.Cmbci ICC UI'C . Messrs. W. M. Jterkner, Si.OOO would he big pay for the 11. K. Huntington, of tho Kentucky Winchester. airer mer. Polk Johnson and V. T. Havens of Central, has appointed Mr. Lewis Hood the committee met in Irankfoit J ue.s- - Jroi.E Thomas .. Momtow tells the to be general siipeiintendunt with head day and arranged the follow inn Somerset Iteportei that he is not, nor quarters in Cincinnati. Journalprogramme: The republicans tried to force the will he be under any circumstances, a ism, Col. H. M. .McCarty, That Advertis- candidate tor congress-pauper pension iill through the House He is satisfied ing JJill Funeral Remarks t.reen It. with tin- office has anil will fill it faith- Monday under a suspension of the niles, Keller, Carlisle Mercury; How we timb- fully as loni: as the people consider him but it failed for want of the necessity ered the News A Torn.idoStory Thos. worthy. Since he bus occupied the -? Kthics of bench the judire tells us that he has lost . Wntkins -t- 'JImiTJSimi to Shoes, Car- Journalism, Col. Jno.O. Hodges, hexing-to- his interest iu politics to such an extent i)'C. , Out CODIC dU'CCt t.0 US', IJOU llCCil 0 UO Observer, Kditorand Legislator, Hon. that he absolutely does not know what is bv a premature explosion of a fog signal, JJCtS, goods, UUCSt Clinton Democrat; The going on in his own paity or any other and the beacon light was John If. Sinnmnl tutor's Relation to Booms, T. H. Ar- that the public is not fully apprised of. for the first time since 1M1. nold, Mifldleuboro News; The Adver- The judge is to be commended. Politics Senator Beck vigorously denies that tising Agent We Can Abuse Him if we and law, so far asthe courts are concern- hohas any intention of resigning and; Cannot Beat Him John A. Bell, George- ed, should be as far divorced as church authorizes the statement that his health town Times; Our Kdhtern Contempora- and State. has sufficiently recovered to peiinit his! Deino-craries, E. A. Gullion, Carrollton attention to all public duties. Good I fern j Thk first party tight in"tho legislature best The Chicago carpenters are on a Hon. Henry Watterson will be ,,.,-.- , day and 40 cents an an address on a sub- came up over a bill to provide for a reg- strike for an invited to deliver icL itj. zr !n4.m.:,.. In... !.. P1..!ltn.. .m..m.. The i ...Hour. fJneuayers nave joinei.1.1........ - ya.VU, WUl'lU O0C. ject yet to be selected. O USl reCClCeU- U lieW Lot Ot U.U WOOl Cai'DPl to 1)P main object of the bill seems to be to ment out f sympathy, and it ta that Jll-wothree-pl- y weeh 0c, wi . The Lancaster News ceased to exift prevent repeating in elections and the if sold i ft,iJi the differences are not settled in a few (tt C)0c 7'' with its extra issue of Tuesday and next possible selection of democratic officers 76c, men win . week the Central Record "will take its j The leading republicans tried every Two men, a woman and child, Jas. ipu Mr. H. K. Hughes, who has ac- - blistering motion to prevent a vote, but Brown, Bell Weaver, Tom M. Weaver quitted himself most creditably as editor their forces were not well drilled enough and Martin Weaver, all colored, were atfor the last three months, bids a beeoin- - anil they were soon tempting to cros.s Cumberland river in a , ing adieu, though he only lays down the thanks principally to their own eluinsi-pe- n skiff in Pulaski, when it wns accidentalto take up the sword iu the tight, to ' ness. The bill finally passed oil to PJ, ly overturned and all were drowned. secure new subscribers and make the old some of the republicans refusing to vole The entire she ticket at Ivlgcrton, ones pay up. Hi's parting salute to the in the hope of breaking a quorum. Kan., was elected Tuesday ami now Pineville Messenger will, However, we a female mayor, police I he worst of the many silly reports that town has nninu Tir.iv.ni fiiin from seekine eitlier Reports from W. F. Alexander bold to Johnson, of judge and city council. w.. ..,! v.wtnr li.ivwlann that have been started on Mary Ander :.. . heifers other points in tho State .say that the Boyle, '.M head of extra 'year-olwould be likely to call him to airount son is made by a San Francisco diamatic women cast about s of the total and sUers at :l cents. t paper, which charges that sheJs not a for saying his paper is rotten. 'Hie total contribution for tho torna- woman at all, but a horrid man, who was vote. am Morgan, a painter, got diunk at ,j0 I0.O0O' f0rtunates at Louisville is Indiana's cities for the most pait went driven to adopting female adornment Shelby ville and went to sleep on of wliiIi was raised in the. Monday. In Benjamin liar- - cause she was too effeminate to succeed road track. The midnight express came city. We have the finest and mv,t .omjilrj- stock of ... y rison'sown homeof Indianapolis thedenr in bifurated garments. The story is of along, took his head oil and ground bis Frederick Kimball, teller of the ocrats carried everything before them by course a weak invention of the enemy, to a pulp. Portions of his head p1'h Savings Bank, of Worcester, Mass., ' tho matter is to be determined by . large majorities, while Kvansville, Terre of the Bank's ....M..r..,l Wu. the traek for .V) is misMnir. with ft:J.0( funds. Haute, New Albany. Fort Wavne and J1"1'"! inquiry, we hope to sit with vards. -- C. P. Huntington, as noon as he can Woodson, of the Oweiisboro Mes- A meeting at Klmira, N. Y., of :!X) other cities show large democratic gains lulomiroeo, . vr. the Brotherhood dispose of all his F.astern railway proper-- 1 In- - sger, on utepir.. .w.v ...... and a majority of democrats elected. ., , Firemen, ues, proposes to permananuy re.siue at of Locomotive Kngineers, diann always goes democratic when lieKf A ' membe.s t.Al 1 1 s of tllu Brnkemen, Switchmen and Canductors San Francisco. true sentiments are expressed. of the Hmw m WtHlnewj -- By a vote of 1,7 to PJ Lexington adopted a scheme of federation of all the Dudley with his millions of fat n, ht t(j tfons.(,er lhe ueston of CfQV bodies under one head, each to retain its agreed to extend the time for completing fried out of the monopolists may occa- ,5uckner,s vut0 of U)e tnx reluc-tiobill, own organisation. All declared that e Kentucky I'nton, which carries' with bionally carry it, but it takes a vast sum jbntthosemember9 wiQ want Uie b in the interest of harmon, i. the subscription of tlOO.OOO. eration was of money to do it. SU8l.nneii t.ven iJt tluj- diHbonoi of the The Legislative, Kxccutive ami to railroAd and that the death-no- te considera-mos- t 'Ih'ial Appropriation bill, carries an The democrats made a clean sweep in State' nttempteJ to force its Ever iti Stanford Call and examine and be convinced. had been sounded. for offices in the tiou Wednesday morning. Tne advoof gregate appropriation of ?J0,.VH,:Vti. The of the elections A cyclone swept over a portion large cities of Ohio Mou'day. The entire cates of the veto fought manfully to pre- Ohio, Michigan, Illinois and Indiana number of salaries provided for is !,70. Thos. vent its consideration, and by admirable Tuesday, doing much damage to prop' Alfred Andrews for the murder of A democratic ticket, with one exception, parliamentary work succeeded in doing was elected in Cincinnati, while in DayShoes. ertv. but fortunately killing but few per- - Clara Price, at Bellefoute, Zack Taylor at ton, Cleveland and Columbus the demo- so, against the great odds that appeared son's. At Norwalk, ()., a building in Waynesburg and W. H. Bartholomew nt crats were successful all along the line. on the other side. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Riis, Lace Curtains, &c. which were "0 girls was blown down. Kaston, also for murder and all in Penn-Agovernor, legislature and most With the except a dozen escaped ami of them sylvania, were neatly worked off by the The telegraph brings the deplorable of'the municipal officers democratic, it information that Mr. Randall is a very one was killed and the balance seriously hangman Wednesday. Several of the bindings forming the begins to look like Ohio has fallen into sick man and that his death seems but wounded. At Roberts. III., hail fn ,anl o( the luiu, states Rolling Stock the righrline to stay. a question of a very short time. The inches in circumference and weighing h Co at i,.Ci,turt Ala., were destroyed by fire Wednesday niht. About f0 new country can illy spare this great man, ounces. iTisio years exactly since the war whose loss would be a calamity not ojily A dispatch from Indianapolis says; box cars were consumed. The total loss GO TO. closed, vet applications for pensions are "Full returns from election in this citv is estimated at to his party but to the nation at large.. pouring into Commissioner Raum'sotlice and township snow inai mo uemocrais I. 31. BRUCE, at the rate of 450 a day. During March Since women have been elected to ev have elected their entire ticket by ma- -' there were issued 10,374 pension certifi- ery office in Kdgarton, Kas., the Cincin- jorities ranging from f,000 to L,100, n it MODEX stable, sale cates, S,1S.'J of them original cass, being nati inquirer 6ays there is nothing left gain over the election of October last of' the largest number ever issued m one) for the male politicians 8ave to become about vMW. Two years ago the republi-- ! STANKOHD, KV. month. How long, oh Lord, how long, wet purses. But what's the use of wet cans carried the township by l,4S- - for SPECIAL ATTENTION lo CO.M.M KKCIAL will the people, stand this thieving raid 'muses? The she rs will be their candidate for trustee, showing a traveler. IIon and mulci bought and told. of deserters and coffee coolers on the too busy to bother with having babie. Onlyhrt-t!- n borewid vehicle med in lhery. cliange of over :5,400." And Spades, t treasurv? from Harlan relates that A dispatch LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. IriHh the Spurlocks, Days and others, repre& An examination of the auditors senting both the Howard and Turner SetH, MT. VERNON, KT. The bil1 to lnak,i the P'aynK of oon. If cants In shows that over X),000,000 have Saturday and factions, held a Hotelt (till maintain Also a full stock of Landrcth's, D. M. I'erry vt Thi old and been paid magistrates in this State with- - or craI)B a fe,on has ftt lMt PueI bolh Co.'.s and Crossman's both sides agreed to suspend hostilities inc at fine reputation. Charge tcaionable. Spein the last 40 years. An effort will be IIo",R,e9- public Garden Seeds in papers. j ne oni 10 e8iaousn n magisterial and forever burv the hatchet, and it was cial attention to the travelinc made in the coming constitutional conM. P NEWCOMI1, Prop., 'district in Hubble precinct has passed also mutually agreed that should any Mt. Vernon, Ky. vention to abolish' the office of justice of S3.11 both Houses. more bushwhacking take place, that the peace, but if tho issue is made durBoth Houses hae passed the bill both sides should turn out ami num. mo ing the canvass, those who hold these for the benefit of school district Xo. !) in assassin down. But some how these offices will see that men against them DII.I.IOVS SWITCH, KY patched up peaces never amount to anythis county. are elected to stav at home. The bill to prohibit the keeping a thing. 1 Dealer In have a full line ol :.. III..... .!...! !... ... -- ml . ii was reported unfavorable The effort of the Somerset Hepubli-- ' bawdy-housDryGoods ' Notions, Hats, Caps sylvania Wednesday and was particular-- , can to get Col. Silas Adams to run for to tho House and killed. Cambria county, and Shot, Uoihmr, lUnUare, Queem-e'The governor nominated Miss J. B. lv severe in was once more flooded to iioou, wa'. I'm are, Kurmtute and a Congress.in the 11th will probably prove Johnstown abortive, though if the gallant old soldier Higgins a notary public for Knott county the depth of several feet. The Cone-- Conoral Line Of CrOCOrios, In packages and bulk. Also all varieties of d the Senate promptly and unanimous-dabl- e IU.U.K" .cj " "" would run he would make a most formi-- , Kancv Cana.c. Cro.i T.et. &c. rV" "' ins; torrent, an me mum were lorceo 10 AI, V)nJt of .,oduce taken m exchane for Roodi. i candidate. He would if elected, ly confirmed it. N. V. ne siorui wjw oy tno noon. J'otofTicc, I.imsiton, Ky. Gov. Buckner vetoed tlie House bill Hliut down too, be a decided improvement on the general throimhout tho lviflt and th At lowest market prices. In kancv man who at present represents the dis- - ' restoring to citiensdip three convicts sjoutli Mifl'ered from terrible winds, Iioiih-e- s HOUSE, f Henry county, on the ground that it being unroofed and blown down at trict. ' was in conflict with the constitution. Columbus, Gn., Hielimond, Va., nndoth.' F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, pointri. Courier-Journa- l reports that the Tin: Mr. Richardson keeps trying to fix a London, - - - Kentucky. I have SARATOGA CHIPS, something new and popular. MAPLR situation in Louisville has become nor-- day for final adjournment, hut like the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. mal and trade is going right along, while; brook the legislature seems determined SYRUP, the best on the market. Other Fancy Groceries always I hme moved to my new Hoteljand am Lrttcr Abraham Gill and Misn Uebeeea building and repairing is progressing to go on forever, ami pays but little prepared than ever to accommod to the public on hand. Staple and Heavy Groceries in abundance. .Smitli were married at the bride'n moth- liood l.ivtry tticlitd and every convenience satisfactorily. This shows the won-- , tention to tho lesolution. I fiver yesterday. (iite me a t.all. derful recuperative capacity of the city The House reconsidered iu vote by er's on Green FLOWER CROCKS, plain and fancy and somethingaltogether new FRANK R1I.EY. 77 .Martin H. Heed ami Misa Ida .May, and Places her in the fiont rank of en- -' which the bill making an appropriation in that line. Call and see them. . Young were married at .Mr. G. V. terprise anh thrift. to cover the Silcott defalcation was deYoung's on the !Kh. The bride is just feated, and the bill wns passed. Only I dc.iri to ell ny larm of aliout 130 acre, itusweet sixteen. The Senate has passed a resolution al- lo members voted against its passage. Stanford on tne '!',.. tn'niitu .lames U'ni io, nml ' a,,:t, h a'ut lii mic north of old lowing the use of the hall of the House ,. iirancri church. Th cru oiDoite the A bill to establish a reform school Kllgeiie Come 1,118, quarreled about a are about 30 .icre in wheat and rye; the balance Kepresentatives and Senate for the State for all boys between li timothy. Good dwelling . . . . of the farm ell et in and 10 yeai:f of and Teachers' Association June the L'oth, age who are decreed by proper courts to yOllllg lUly, Wlion tlie lOrmer Urt'W aj0ffour It roonnand kiuhenfenced. aiplendid uew ell watered and l'oisevlon can liarn; flit, laiier. the Legislature is not in session. be vicious and incorrigible, is before the pistol ami killiui video beKienimmeiaUly. For particular, u J. V - Hailey, Stanford, or write the imderMcned . .Marriatre license was ISSUed yesterThe woodcock's usual remark would be House. An appropriation of .5100,000 E HERS Cincinnati, Ohio. dav to James bkidmore to wed .Miss appropriate iu this connection. goes with it, -- ,, .Martha Hutchison. The contracting par and A Suro Curo for ell &ablt Judge R. P. J.vcoiis has accepted the Wi7 NEWS CONDENSED ties are each IS years old. Diseases in calls to become a candidate numerous A dispatch irom Lexington says 1. Two men were-- killed and 7 wound for member of the constitutional convened by the falling of a derrick near West N. Gibbons and Fannie Gritlin eloped' tion, which insures that Boyle county from Danville to that city and were marwill be represented by tho peer of any l'oint, Ky. ried. They returned homo on the mid ' Bismarck, the capital of Xorth Dakoman in the Commonwealth. I'atemal opposition. ta, elected a democratic mayor and 7 night train. early part of .May .Miss Fallie ' Arlilns from Impurities of tho Blood, and In the from Functional Derangemente. likely that the republican democratic councilmen out of li. Hack-ley-, of 1'aint Lick, will be married It is not The lT. ti. Senate is so will put out u candidate for clerk of tho on to Mr. Jerry Sandidge, a prosperous far- -' W.H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. ltoth of the con . A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND Court of Appeals. The party Ins buf giving the republican claimant from mer of this county, A CERTAIN LONDON, KV,, many friends in trading padies have few Davy Colsons who can give their Montana bents in that body that Un and taddtehonei alwsyt lor hire this ami Lincoln counties who congratu onGood turnouttermt. London ll the mott conven PREVENTION OP HOG CHOLERA. reatonable money and their time to lead a forlorn will not even listen to democratic into them upon their approaching nup ient point on the railroad to reach place in the speeches against the steal. ' tials. Danville Advocate. For Sale by A. PENNY, liope. in the mountain tr'tion of the State. Ky. Semi-Week- ly "Tiicbill to pny the State's attorneys A r ?i,,-,")- U. i " ALWAYS' THE LEAD ' ' WALTON. SIX PAGES. a j for-K- - tu Even department full Suruut u'fia.pproachaUe price. Extraordinary Bargains not VVirf found elsewhere. drive ahead of'all omiositinn hnnnun and will save dollars. We're got the goods, got the quantity, the quality the variety and the disposition "hammer prices down lower ; i , par-,ti- al Ante-bellu- j i . Headquarters for Economical Buyers. - ' Courier-Journa- l; n j Ki-in- you a money surer If you are, don't waste time hunting round the place buy Clothing, Dry Goods, Hals, Caps, Trunks, sunmlfor at money Saving prices, fUl'tlWr tor Tellable Slides a lid lowest urirnx Inducements this Week 9 - in Carpets. 'be t. ..... in. ....-..,.- .d lilli-plac- e. iwie. Carpel at 16c per yard, worth 20c; the Hag Carget made 'tli Joe; handsome patterns in Ingrain Carpets at 26c per "iiiniiiiii 'uwzw ynf filled sold this at worth 60c Carpets wovth oeperyurd. Beautiful Brussels Carpets at worth ,.r ol ' , j d, j THE LOUISVILLE STORE- M. SAfcHNTGOER, d .Vain Street. Stanford, MANAGER. two-fifth- j 1 i NEW GOODS I - i ; Peo-bod- . 't ..,-."- ,T-- i V demcK-rati.- - '. ' of-H- fed-th- - , Ju-strik- es i Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, Full Line of Boots and . h- ; j Emmerson's Sons Cents' fine i ' ll !il ..;,. SEVERANCE & SON. j um m ran AoAtWAEBEWS GROCERY" Pea and : office-holde- For Garden Hoes, Rakes; Spading Forks Potatoes, Red White Onion bulk. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Northern Seed A pow-wo- w i J.H.HILTOIT d e B,oir.eu. 1 ... 1 1 ill-fa- t- 1 SEEDS G-IOOEK.IESI -- ALL KINDS ,1 J ,"'T:; 1 Seed Irish Potatoes and Clover Seed THE RILEY 1 i H Ltr ?: at-ve- ry n t,l' Farm For Sale. d.. - MARK HAHDIWT. DR. ELLIOTT'S ... m , i T 1 1 1 -"d c. Medicated. Food, HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs hell-be- nt I I I. Stanford, iw ..... ijl, ,,.Hl ''"' '' . '. . nature. One day she nelzed Tommy, earthquako flames devouring THE B0WSEES. thi FHAXCK'S SOUK FINGERS. who was new about tho age of twenty-onruins husbands shouting wives prayunin her arms, ingchildren sobblnj; deig barking,, squeezed Hor Second Lovo A Now York ' til he promised toand her love, him dar- Mr. Eowsor Takoo a Fow Lossona etc. Is it your own composition, Mr. be her BURNT BY TOO MUCH FOOLING Socloty Novolotto. on tho Harp. ling, her husband. Tableau! Howser?" As she unclasped him from her arms a WITH SUBSIDIES. "Why why, don't I play all right? Joublu the capacity of his barns or the HEN Mr. "Howser Tho teacher said I was pinking wonderC'f--Tr II E It E wns no full twelve dollar set. of Walter Scotts number and fertility of hi neres. unlocked tho front ful progress." doubt about her nowds'fell from hisbonnn to the ground. The tarilT of Franco prevented any lltitr Tlir; Wciiknl Kniirtaiiti llotintlra door one night this They beckoned him out Into the alloy, N. H. It UKtial for moot grtat novel writers being an attractWlilrli Itmultril In IHfWiiiirMgliicI)' Smull great growth of her iinjwrt trnde, and winter ho did it so and held a conference. What was said; ive young lady. to liare a ivnrm porkd ISItilc drop fnim the lap ilio was not able to fell any greatly inI the hsio Roftly, anel he made I do not know, but when Mr. Howser An Artlflrlul Ptlmiilint Whlrli Amanda .1 Inks or bosom of to ilintwe or heroine, but to aluir seen proper set creased quantity erf lier own geiods utiles tht Illcrattire so little nolso In came in he lookeel very pule, and the. was a tall, hand- of Scott.. wfrt. ttn wt!tl.if this novel. ITurorliiMHtoly I'allfsl t Ktliiiulnt. flie would take foreign goods in pay- the hall that I sus- first thing he did was to give the harp a, some gi.l with a Note by tt o author. Tlie oddest freak in the statesmanship meiit. Her chips could not create com-o- f pected something kick which openeel all the jolntfi and nucrnly figure, Hut to resume: Amanda ili' . i vB 1 dark li:'ir and down, and mechanically opening stooped the tinio Ih the proposal of the high mercc, but commerce does create hhipn wrong. Ho came propared it for tho crash which camo one of every whereand always. Wherever there l protectionists iiic(ineres.s to revive Amor- Into tho iitlng-roowhen he flung It out doors. sun onrKer eyes the nocls drew forth a letter, old, ,j ".Vr. Howser. have yon gone crazy?" hum shipping by means of subsidies ut n, W!ir,,s lo ,,c' t"'"lorl.d ships aio jf SSL that were full of worn and wrinkled. She started viotit ""--' hooiut or iiuer, urn wan no u "" ' II... v....... ii..w, il,n el....- - ,.,.... I nxpiesMon. rather sheepish demand' d. She lently as she noticed that the writing long waiting, either, and like- a rien who "No. ma'am, hut I've got a few word cry In courage foreign trade by means erf he ,..,,.,, wri.r ,.,, , ,0 dependent dispu.sitlon, was of uwell she was In her own hand. Of course It was A m.(.n had som thfnjr on to say tei yon." ami tlie sarcastic letter which she herself massive taiilf wall, and pass MoKiidey result ,rf this e.xtieriineiit of his country- bin mind; but I "What have I done?" bo, for she had in her own name wrote to Dudely Vnndorel'iump when ho customs billn, which treat importers us if men by confessing that it had nggru- - might "Done! Done! Who coaxed me Into, a cool million dollara. married the Smith girl, and in which asked no qucRtions and Ik volunteered they were enemies of the country. no information until afterf upper. Then buying a harp?" vatei the situation, and had proved it- N. H.Note by the author. What It she intimated that she would never forlf the thing they are attempting could N.jf u bo a semrcei of mischief, not of Is that refrigcraten this precise amount get him. he suddenly ad;cd: "The grandson or Givont. He had an ho done ut all, it would not perhaps Is cure. "Do you keep up your piano practice?" old harp he wanted to get rid of and h Is not very npparent, but somehow or "Where did you get this'.'" gasped an unwise measure to pay millions in "Oh, yes. You hate music, and so I struck you for a flat and jrot. twlco iti Shipping cannot thrive where tari'lTs other a million dollars is always cool, Amanda. onler to put life into ourocenn commerce. block the wav. play worth. " hence I have thought it best not to devi"It wan In my father's set of Scott's don't hate when you arc hero." The subsidy Idea pu'wiitM many attrac"I mnh'! What are yon talking "Struck mi' for a flat!" h shouted, a from the rule laid down by other notch; he often used to take that letter ate t tions u lien lK)ked at merely as a theory: I'mlll fif the MlUfir Inol. he walked around in the eat. "And and sit out in the moonlight and heller ahdtit?" gicat writers and thinkers. but it always looks much lens attractive It has been reeenllv stated that the "You have offe-- compared my play- why? .Hrcmise I was willing to bi Hut to resume: Amanda .links had for by the hour, aa d Tommy." imprinting a tried. after it has profit of the great sugar trust aie equal several months been the atlinneed bride hug and a kiis that reminded Amanda ing to the sounds of beating m an old swindled te keep peaco in tho family. It Mioovt'A iih to lie students of mar ' tn. imiiii 'Ill ,.. Ill ...... ....... mi .1 I'lijjiuii of Dudoly Vanilerchump, a soion of one of bygone df.ys. ... r...... . i.. " jvi niii. .... tintin pan." You had your mind not on a harp ami! ket rather than of maxims, and to take actually invented. The appraised valua"Well, of course, you are a rioor play harp you must have." of the ohlost and most obsolete families "Ah. my dear husb..nd. the practical view gained by nctnnl tion of theiHITi rent concerns on entering of "gl.ldy Cotham." Their antics did "Mr. Howser! What did I want of your father was in first and only er, and your voice irv cracked: but so far of our nun or of others. It the trust was about Slo.OOO.uim. In giv- not dllTcr materially from tbofe of other love and you are my second and only as music is concerned real music It harp?" uill be well to consider the result of the ing out certltlcates of capital to the iiicin- - engaged persons. When the light was love," said Amanda folding him a fills my soul with joy." "Heaven onlv knows. lint for you I most recent and most gigantic milwidy .i"isnf the combination the cnpitnl was turned down in the dinks parlor the "Hut you never sing or play." should never have tlioutrht of trying tm times In h'rarms. Tableaux! ixHrliiMiit of the ten yuors just past, inisesi to time time-- , that auiuuut. "Haven't had time heretofore, hut now play on it. What do you suppose young brother of Amanda .could hear Ai.r.x E. Swkkt. I That exMtriuieut was made by France, The tin :ieof litis in plain The Greene and Davis said?" -" l soft gurgling sounds, like the water COL'MlNuTST.VXt) TIIK COMPETITION "You intend to." I'runce burnt her lingers. "That you were a dunce." from the kitchen sink; and when moils profits of the trust, if iiskoned on "Yea. I feel the noesl of something 1881 the French In e "That if their vires led them around alarmed at a capital of $,"iO,(HK).00, upiicnr less tlioy punted ut the gate thcie was tho to make home more plear.ant to offer by the nose as you do mn that they'el decay of their shipping interests. militant than if reckoned on (be actual usual cxplonhc List, like the bung blown more diversion during tho lorn? hours wipe the family out and then commit During the previous ten ears they had ' capital and attract 'ntion and out (d a beer barrel. I of evening. I think I shall learn the suicide! ecu tlie number of new ship built in ' hostility from the public. must have lookeel sweet' Tills delight ful state of affairs was not harp." ,Nx. dawdling over that old harp!" France, or bought abroad mid entered as ' Menr.whilc the head of tie trust, destines! to be of Io- n- duration. Tho "At yocr tvfe?" "You eild. told you that it wivj nonvessels, fall otr nearly dure F. Havemeyer, dereuds him?elf first intimation thai Amanda hud of her "That's It! That's what I expected sense your trying te learn mesie at your, They hiul seen their total Uiiiuage fall oir very logically by the principles of the lover's inconstancy was his unwllling-ne5.- s to hear! What's tho matter with my age." more than one hundred and flftv thou- - protectionist in the following style: to restl alter Scott's noel with age? "M.y f'gc! an neither blind, speechless nor There you go! Am I jl and tons in ten years. They had seen in 'The grnl cry of one or the gienl her. lleietofor.1, Uiv had tpent hours crippled. Pliny went at it and learned thousand Aei I five hnndred? that only 2d tier cent, of the ton- ties is fur ptolectioii; that is, they cry every day reeling She delightful ro- - ' was seventy years Am I eve n one hundred, that you l,eo rIx languages nngu of cnteiing and Icu.iui for it loudly during campaigns. Hut manco of Mr Walter. Then, again, old." flinging it at me! Music! Why, I'v' Trench ports were sailed under the three u ben ut proceed to give ntiiselvcs some Amanda noticed that Vandereliurnp's "Well. I suppose you brought home more mimic in ray blf toe than you have tolorcrfllug that every Fieuidimuu loves, protection a howl it. ra.Mil. They do-- parting hug had Imt ii.i"h of Its tonac- Mrs. Howser, thii the harp?" in your whole laniy. All this was most liumilinlimf. It maud niTlictioti for the industries. ity. She no longer feit as she was in a "Yes. It's a beauty, and I got lteheap. is the limit. You have gme far enough. minded the national pride. Something ' Wheii an imlutrv protects itnelf if ih hnj prciw, and the pint lag kis became '' The vorin is ready to. It's a real (iivoui. and boucht it of a Xou bewan-a voleclcw. One duy as Amnthla lined ls done if our citizens will not buy mid that it is illegal." man who was hard up. (Jot it for SIM, turn!" was pausing an lalr sht per-- ' ' ur make shiH and pay the bjls out of The iinr Hunt shrewd ami and it's worth s;o." Hut next morntnpr the worm was aa their own sckets, why we mutt iciich daring "infant Industry:" it the eel veil her tickle Dudely playing second "And you will try to learn to play it?" pleasant as June, and vhn a crowd of duett wltli a very deeji down into the nations! MS'ket and ' thtiuiier of the pntieeKoni! .lovii and Hjsjon in an "CcrUinly. I had one lesson thlsaft-ernoe- a dozen hoys paraehel up r.i.d down, each help them in foot their bills. IVrhnp. it for its own emit.. The trust is blonde girl named Smith, whose father and in than a month I'll harping em a piece of Unit harp. Mr. ! si. some of the u of Frniiceiundc thoroughly logical. If ii is a '"si thing had much wealth. Howser never let em that ho saw or Thus they became estranged and Frof. Carlo Henvenuto What'r. dor astonish you." ime of a ready made, chenp argument t'ihae the pnslucts of American mills gradually drifted apart, but when trou htoin derpnrkay. .lulie? "You will practice' In thegarret, I sup- hi'ard anything. Detroit Free Press. (bat uchearfiom come of our si cmIIi) nnd fnrt.irlfs iucrcasiHl in price to tlie poses?" His Asfllstant A gent's bavin' a Jit. wis men: The money will Is kejit in the coiiMiiiifi hlme their normal ahie, why Amanda read in the morning paper that Ilnilonhtt'tllv Cot t. "N'ot by a jugful! I shall practice ' I'rofpswor Who is he? Dudely wan about to vrsl Miss The .ountry when we p,iy it to our own ma not dilfeieut of industry her Willie (to older sister) Say, Irene, right here! That Is. there won't be Smith it cautd n pang to shoot through Ills Assistant Head carver at der lovisi Freucbmeii. and mi who is hint'" form trust to raise prices ami thus much practice about it. fs shall be you gel me u cooky on tho sly or I'll her heart, although she determined to I'jir Avenyer Hotel. I'mk. ill taxes and ny it totheship- - twt tliemvhii.'; The will give you derail away. playing tunes by Saturday." makers and hlsiw net, they pay it to returns on their capiiMl. and that means accept the invitation to the wedding. Older Sister Wl...t do you mpan. lie uncovercil anel brought in a greasy, THE EUGY BURGLAR. At the reception Amanda managed to their workmen, the workmen pay it to ptutectiou to tlie American laUirer; for harp, which looked a if It Willie? Up U Quite a I'Mlosoplirr :m I Not Mil the butchers and isroccrs and other it is one of the UwiUifitl doirnmsof our get near enough the bride to whisper: "Do you s'imso I don't know Mr.. bad been carried around tlie country so lUil as s,(,nn. Iltltrr IVoplr. "Dudely, you hao not acted square trnilesineii. And so we keep the money pent eel ion Mint tlie more leiiciiers (since the days of Columbus, and when Hanklnson wns here last night?" I fr.ighc, as I don't think The burglar is a thief who is willing ull the time swinging round the circle, mom tie employer makes the higher with me, hut "Well, what of it?" to risk, his lite to require wealth in an he saw me looking at It he said: nobody hurt, ami Franc has her line the ttiicia of the lalsirer will be. "What of It? Xothln', only I put a "This harp was made" hy t.ivoni him-seIllegitimate manner. There are many new shiH plowing nil seas an I enriching Uood priitectioui'tr ought really to aj- hunk of gum on that extra ohair in tho over one hundred vears ago." men who acquire millions in a criminal her Mviilewith the goods of ct ery i Unit. plainl Alt. Ilaemeer and InsaMociate parlor beforo ho came, and. it's still "Who was (Jivemi?" way without being obliged to rb-their It was a pleavint vision, and appealed in the trust, and oucht lo hold them up this morning. That's all." Chi"Who was (Jlvonl? Why don't yoti litis. We re ft r to coniiptofllcialfi, cap- ask who (Jeorge Washington was?" most temptingly to the bright Gallic to the admiration of tlie isiple. cago Tribune. italists who u reel: railroad eomprtiiles In imagination. And so the lawmakers And the consumer ought not to com- "Well, H'h my opinion that you have (Jot Ail He Wuiitetl. their own Inteiests, and varlouti typesof been swindleel on "got together" and pised a law which plain. If protection is to raise prices to the Instrument, and financial and legal sharks. Compared ,1 "I want board an' loJgin'," said tha should send the Mag of la Indie France liim at all, it really matters very little fear you are too eild to take tip uch tramp. with these the burglar and the train into the harbors of all lands. music." whethir It come through congressional! robber are gentlemen. "All right. There is the lower-beA law wav niK.cd giving IkiimiIIus not eiiaciiiieiit or w liether it lie the result of "Do you? That's a nice way to The burglar, like his friend the philout on the lawn. Sleep thero and cat only for the building but also for the private combination. a husband! I now why so ,as many of the stakes as you wish. osopher, takes every thing JiisIms It many men run out nights. I not only What time shall we call you in the Miiliim of isseU. All wooden ships of Poiisiimeis ought to Ins more considcon.es, and occasionally he goes for it. less than 2W (on thould $'.' a ton erate, and not to denounce Mr. morning?" Chatter. The life of the burgltr is far from bewhen built. Thosealxivi' 21X) tons should as an "all round villain." ing a pleasant one. He has to encounAs iron shis are much more Cuuhln't DUcorrr It. We should remeiiilMT that a trwut is ter inueh that is disagreeable and disTommy I don't notice any thing reefllcient in the cnut'-s- t for Miireinacy on "purelv a private nirair," witli which couraging. For instance, burglars who markable about you. the high seas these should have ?12 a the gntcinmcut has nothing to do. break into grocery stores complain that Tanglo Why, bf course not; what did ton, and a further bounty of $1.20 .should Meanwhile the sugar trust is lirndv the pies are no longer young. you expect? Is paid on the machinery put into tin holding Us giouiid behind a wall of M In New Jersey not long.Hince aburglar Tommy IJnole told auntie last night vltifn; and the government must help per cent, awnigcnd nlorem dtities; and nude u mistake' and entered the house that you had an "awful jag on." Bostor. alo to iay for the renewal of Ixiiltrs a tlie rtiluctioii on raw btmar without of an editor. How discouraging a misAMAMIA AMI IlKIt U'AUII. Herald. up alsuit eighty cents n any reduction on refined sugar as is they are take of that kind must be to an induswry hillidicdweight. to l! the plan of Mr. McKinley's you have got any too much sense. As trious and ambitious burglar. Hy the Suntlu school Itrin. So much, then, for the biiildiiig. Hut rominlttw, provided ho can get the con- - your name Indicates, you are a chump." way, then- is a miking point of resemSunday-SelioeTeacher Who killed "You threw away your chances. Why blance between the busy editor and the tnese stits ma., not salt as much or on Goliah?" of the Kansas representatives for so long vovuges as thev ought. any reduction at all will onlv serve to didn't you say something about this yesLittle Girl 1'lease. ir. it was David. burglar. It Is their dislike Verv well; then we will pay them for utieugtheu the defenses of the sugar terday?" replied Dudely Vanilerchump, to long sentences. Ho killed him with a sling. turning to his young bride partly to sailing, tis). hor every voyage lo for- - trust. Teacher What was In the dlng? Next to the sleepy watchman, the ilgn countries we will pjty mr line new Had Hoy Chestnuts. Areola Heeonl. Theie is one practical wa to turn the concetti his emotion. burglar's best friend Is the burglar Hefore retiring that night Amanda alarm. It is a wonderful invention. hliis thirtv cents a ton for every 1, 000 sition of the trust; and common sense It An I'xptoilfil Notion. miles sttileil during the iirst ear, and sMple cannot see why that should not wrote a vry sarcastic letter to Dudely, can always be relied on to warn the i ins paper suvs mud .vii's. domain cent le- -. mt ton exeiy Ihj ailoiited. Mr. McKiulev hiucclf said referring to the lack of beauty on fl"- burglar In season feu him to get out ef after that i baths will cure rheumatism. and Intimating that the way before any body can shoot. part of Mrs. V year. to mi ()hioaudieiicediiriugthecami.'iign Mr. Gotham (a great sutlerer) Now it does look as if the thing ought In that stale last rail: "Wheiiexer this she was the Till, IIAin lOI I.II.NT S M it, Texas Mftino. I've fallen down in Hroad woman in New York, and that to go. We Imw buoyed iiji our ship on free eotuslitiou is oadisl er U'oided by A tlooil Thi ue After All. a dexen tliii' .', and it didn't do a bit saveel forty dollars in buy ing this burp, If he ever had occasion to box his wife's .ill sides nbe certailil combiuatioiis of imnxidiials or I jes believe tliet r teller Is jes as but I'll make your be art ache with of good. - X. Y. Weekly. nillllo.it. the dut hoiihl be iinlu isl and ears it would Infuue a thrill into tho well off wldont e'ddycatlon." jealousy before, the month is over!" lumber market, so largo were thoy. The Well, tli Nit she did for n while. A Coiiipleto IJci'irtff)', foreign coiiistition promptly iuited." He- sat down and began to Wall. I dnnuo. Theie's Hob thrum. He lettei concluded with a heartfelt wish Now let us look at n few llgures In mh So, after all the wild and windy Mcl'orkle Wasn't tho king of Slam ho sent hi unit Hill to an' held his hcud on one side, ran out hit. reported to In- very ill some tlmo ago? for the young husosrd's prosperity Iiow she kept on tliNitiiiK. In Iybl of liepuldicati siiiiup tilings bad reached their lowest ebb; in election time, their ablest !eader do under these mo..t disadvantageous cir- worked night an' day to do it. Hill tongue and picked away at the scale, MeCr.ck! ihtnk be was. Why? to tem.n. got n in a bank and and he bad bee n going about five minI rauce had M. Cirkle lie is rewlvir.g now. with u total tonnage believe that the tariff raises the pi ice of cumstances, and in a laistseripi she siiid ueut lie he lias jist s nt Hob enoii'l) money from utes when the cool: opened the door, of UM.'Si'l. The next year our beautiful g(Sd M the ciinuner. If the tnitll she would never forget him. ha. jiinu i uirrled tvv nty new ones. to pay olf all tbe mortgage's-obeckoneel me out. and whispered: The lover, never met again. Amanda faultily begins tn t. II slllitldx is u doen not i.iis" pi Jud;i . s. then Jlr. Melxiii-ley' "I give you notice that uhajl leave; .links Ik ran. e a wunderer on the face of his farm nnd build a new hanj. Life. of li.lll I tons, and the xo eminent aiu fine sentence would it ptiint, Cut N.f.litr 1311. after suppt-- r 'beerfully pupils huiel into its pocket for it would Urn foolish iiiisiduie to 'he world, and wrote books of travel In i:rltemtiiit In u Newspaper (Kllcr. (hiB.'iut My wif threw a kiss at mo "Why: wha. ii?' I asked. foreign lamia that made the publishers im! pays down ?i.llUI.U(H. In ISNl an- - tiike at the mignr trust by the Editor- - James, what Is ih.. moving I 'Him-Howser! He'll bring this morning when left home. ..r .).... i. .i a her gain of .'O.'M'.J tons. That tlid not ... mini-- :t .1 i...:... in. utit iut'ejr im s'gh. so blow did they sell. After eight- in the waste basket ti mouse" tiiuit-Snooper- - That's nothing; my wife il spooks and ghetMs about! I linve already een years' alisence Amanda .links once show up so well if w'tis hoped. How-ee- prices Up. Janes examining Imskt) No. sir; with palpitation of the tluew a poker at me last night. Epoch. more returned lo New York. as the ship. constructed last year it's one of lueni throbbing, passionate been We are now eolleetnii; a 15y the way. Just before Amanda left ;n heart. Mcrej ! hut listen to those voicea lvoitM-have made some iiisy voyages, we are year in duties on sugar the poor bearpocuiH, sir. this country, while on a Long Sound some water on It and eif the dead calling out to e.ioh other Editoi Four having navigation ut hst. and so ing a relatively much higher piopottion boat she rescued from the burning Mis. Dowser, it's throw- it In tlie ash lu.nel; tlie place across their graves! lutys down this time if 1,'JJl 1,000. f the burden than the rich -- and until boy vvhotui parents had Isn't Insmed- .- MunseyV Weekly. the wonder of the people that you don't steamer a little Xe.xt year government begins to smile the Hepublican cougnt assemcommit suicide!" Amanda had ngnin; wo have added :'0,l,iO tons more bled everylssly supMied that the govern-men- t perished in the Humes. charge A New Crop. Mr. Uo.v er t:.r:nj:r.ed imrll I l.r.:l to of the put this little waif in to our tonnage, and there have bailiioneed lor thiseuoriuoussum. gardener at her villa, a man by the Ah, there, carry baby to quiet his howls, Mike longer oyagiti than ever. Uovcruinoul Now, however, it seems that congress is lh'ddy! Jomi away, hain't yer? and until the enets ef his fingers were name of O'Doiiohue. lookK more cheerful, ami reliee the making away with tlie surplus m such a Jim the I'entnr.n Yep; been to Kan- sore, and he wouldn't have quit when Amanda looked forward with intense . big sum this record breaking style, and is carry ing treasury of $,J,(il4.00'). lu did hail not a voice In front of the pleasure to meeting her little ward. sas. time, but wo have added ships ami have 'nit so fully the late (.'orisx-nTanner's When she arrived at her lonely villa In farmin".'" "Kansas were house shouted: made long cruises, ami we can alford to reclamation, "To hell with the surplus!' "Naw, not much raised a few checks, 'Why don't Miine one throw a rock the llurlcm portion of Xew York, shu pay for such good things. tuat iiintead of a surplus v.'e are to have held her breath in astonishment at tho though." Light. through the window or ring for the The year 1SH5 cuds, timi government t deficit, nnd that there is more method apparition that appeared to greet her. patrol wagon?" l.cl t's !luptSti. calculates tonnage this year, 'l't.014 less Ihan niailiie--s in Mr. McKinley's drag In a bower of honey.si.ckles stood the N'ext day a man who "Hy (icorge! that was .wful. A than last year. How is that? Have we net process for finding new subjects of Ivlng image or her feirnierlove'r. Dude- said he was a grandson of the late fro,Bht lrai of nfty.four ca oadcd (Jlvonl. 1(5,000 tons ourselves this year taxation. not built J.Y came up and gave Mr. Howser a Vandeivhump. whom she knew to u,tl pip.Jn)n 1B1I over a tramp y.ster- and bought '.'.(181 ton from abroad? From present appearances the sugar be dead. lesson, and the cook, who had almost day. 'lriiei but French ships have now litisl has nothing to fear. It was some time before Amanda hope the poeir fellow consented to stay. 'suddenly rose up and "Oh! men-ytoo numerous. The old owner, rushed after her bundle. hen ready-tcould control her emotions ti speak to wasn't hurt." Harper's HazaV. Since cougr ss assembled in December the little waif that had now grown to be who were making inoimy before the day go she whispered to me: d of subsidies, now complain that they .lire bills against trusts have "I'm sorry, liiuni": sorry for you that's Not Ktiinl of I.iiitiry. a handome young mam It whs imposin the M'liate and fifteen in the sible to obtain any Information from the cannot, get cargoes, and so can declare, left! If the child dies, send mn word Willie I wish I'd been Adam. no dividends. Hence 'ome of thcsc.ship lioue. Tiie most iluiMiriatii of these is gardener, O'Donohue, a he was lyiug ami I'll coine and do all in my power." N'urscWhy? Mr. Whltowings Say, I hear you'vs without sulxddies limit be sold, driven to .he bill of Senator Sherman. The sena- in a comatose condition in coiibcejuence Mr. Howser tjiok four lessons in all been acallin' mea fool. Willie He never had to be a baby, the wall by subsidy fesl uhips, which can tor wab quoted some time ago as saying of his going on a spree la honor of and have a big, strapping woman like and then told his teacher that his servI'ncle Fete - I didn't call yer a fool.( n alTord to carry freight more cheaply. that the tariff protection should he ices would be no longer required. lit I ain't no sech a fool' at. ter say ebery- Amanda'ii arrival. Finally the gardener you to wash his face. Harper's Hazar. in caM's where trusts oremnbina-iion- s revived stitV.clently to say something in The next year the tonnage falls olf took the last two lessons in the burn in tiiii tlnks. Munsey s Weekly. Ilr Hail ijull It. ; 7,000 and thoyear following ',0,000, are form d to limit production, but broken acc.entsaboutScottVnovels; but, order, us he said, to surprise me. On A .Minor 4'niniileration. "Do you ever go to bed with cold the evening of the hist lesson he brought meanwhile paying an average ids bill doe not embrace that very wise unfortunately, having a tlask handy he She (tragically) -- Take back the hear itibsidy of ?J,(MM).(KM. for there are Mill esitture. Why does he not hit the trusts got drunk again before clearing up the feet'." asked the physician. in the harp just as a couple .if the "Xo," replied the patient. "My wife neighbors came in. lie promptly re- tuat.thou gavest! long voyagen, and kliips ate .still being It their most vital nki? mystery, and dletl without regaining He Never mind the heart; just fork) dieel seven years ago, and I never remarsponded to au invitation to show off. built and .slight to gain subsidies. Our consciousness. over that diamond rimr. - Fpeich. ried." The Jury. The condition of tho woolen manufao hut had not labored two minutes when old ships are leaving us in greater . one of thei gentlemen asked: numbers in this year 1887. This year ue iiririg industry of Philadelphia is report-- d Amanda Jinks soon discovered that The Same Old l.un. Ft Is strange that consistency is a Jew-- J to be alarming. Over b00 weavers ..e .. you any particular object In el; .1.... 1...1.... .1... name oi me i... "Have bought nnd made 1)0,000 tons, and yet are idle; two large mills, employing toi oun.i v. "Did you tell tho grocer that I am not uiin oi'ing i ue for p.vUe is noted for Its consistency, that, Mr. Hovcser?" the total tonnage is 20,000 less than last gether I, BOO bands, have shutdown; and her long loet Dudoly receiving eallsof any kind y V" nd paste diamouds are not jewels. ' i "Of course ho has," replied the other. That mean that 50,000 tons hare mother large ebtablinhment, which has N'audeiihi.i.ip as much In mind as in "Yes, sir: but ho salt! w. how you (rear. "It is an imitation of a great calamity Nf.VK.it say dye; if you dye, keep still in a single year. And in this year been running night and day for several person. It was not long before Amanda uught to t.ppoint a receiver, then." in Japan buildings shaken down by an ihout it. 1887 our tonnage ii actually less than it rears, is now on naif time. loved again with all the Intensity of her Fuel:. Ami government lias paid fcll.JWO.WM) in subsidies in nix years. Tlio French linil nut learned wlmt very fanner known, that if lie doubled She utiinlicr of his wugona that does not was in 1832. AMANDA JINKS. Mmr e, I ! i. m '- -- looking - 1 ir-a- - :.- -l whafs-golng-to-b- few-mor- e cnor-Jtin- 1- ex-th- h. Theo-Irenc- one-hal- J si I 1 par-1H- 7 - yea-sol- d? , , , afte-rh- e (s-li- 1 ! I iep-crea- m iee-criti- iik ' n, ; hs -- , pro-U'etak- 1 realty-large- r I ' j ' j I lf j is J f5l mfm wlt k the-r- c d se-- e Have-iney- cr UM-.- el I - hard-worki- iif I -- .l green-oyede- st Xon-sens- e! way-hal- with-sul'sid- ies Saw-ye- r. dec-lauuiti- ss-aker- s - esi-el- n jl I n it-- , " he -- t j Mr. ? itit-r- .' r. i . J - t pio.-M'ii- U-ci- i Three-Flngprc- d up-stai- is l yr dark'-sklnnc-d ! 1 o U-e- Intro-Juce- with-Ir.iw- 1 gov-crnme- jil iii I waif-resemb- led to-da- , mutnmtmwuuvrjimtM,;fnill0& V . jwjse mat smamfXHtimtm, '"ImiiHl Pli ,T, ii. H i' A ir the newspaper woman altemptsto lead tho EQUALITY IN SATURN. conversation away from the singer's fair self, A UOUDLY SWINDLED SUITOR. Semi-Week- ly j hor stirnnindlngs ami triumphs, a hmk of VI si.l lilt of lmi;liiiitloii lit Oliver tho luscious face, lln Iwi.es Hold TmsIi hiiiI Sweetlle.lt t liy m eiiniiiwtiKMtatoin.vtii.oit GlYEHS & MHRIMOS. Wjrnilrll Holmes. Hit nxpro.loi comes into tho molting eyes I'rlrk. Sti far as tin Satiiriiliins can be snlil to REAL ESTATE, which mviim to nv: " You are here to talk of Every Tuesday and Friday A fhiilioj lllts'tili on this strevU of i'llllrt- Published mo nnl notliliiK I'l'.'' dolphin iivontly was tlm ineHiis of mie.irth-In- n have ;tny pride itt tiny thlnp, It N In tho - iiliHolUti' lovi't which ohnr.njtt'rlxci their iu it onions and siKveofiil iMiispiraoy by Day's Work of a Busy After her Im Uvii shitnii th htnfjef's The her lati? ilrnjl l tnl unlcr. They pr ami which u yoimi; in in had Iks.ii defrandisl of txilltlral Lands bought $'2 PJSU JCA.Ix..nf ADVANCK Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber lnr favoritu mg. tho iiotkutier uoiiiau tl,()iKliind alsttof tlm Rtrl on uhotn he hml fens to ! tlio only true republicans in Female Reporter. or sold on Commission, Correspondence lot-y- r bow herlf front th tally's iiwnn solicited. WW'hen not so paid $2.60 will be charged." As et Ins alFivtiiui. the lolnr (systcni. The fundiitiieiital ar,sht IcoviM tint house iIii'm4slleV Isrutilintii When she lv.l In Wilkiiiliirni a ' ticle's of their constitution are these: A WOMAN'S Nl'.tV YOKK MriTllll. iliubratip. Tho rain is inmuIiij: down, anil K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. as" limit Nwlorp'r, phunp. Alt men tire born iinl. lhe equal us our MTilihler tiireudis her well sorn dashinK. and with mhikj Initiis to tind die (iiiial. Train leave Rowland at ;:oo a. m., returning trildues nlotiR ou foot lliroiili the Iant), had tixoMiltors for her hand (u Attorney at Law, AH men are liprit free free, that Is, Krtmi :i 'Mm lilt Wiirk tit u sinner', ibm-itnl- t- Intnl. a I'eiiiemlii'nnii. in. at of tlnu. iMrnnm.. if tlim. Alfred Nnt;e by name. hU , Kentucky. Stanford, to obey the rules Inlil down for the - In the Hume Tempi., of un Krutlr riKum. ierfiititil with Ilomn. Hi, )a,h of xisttiou in a olothiiiK h"U'. and .sl L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. the lnimier of satin, her miini. lulls it sinn of niiiuev. TIh fther, Muhnrt, lutloii of their romliivt, piinuits and Will practice in att the courts o( this and adjoin Poetess The Dlstii.terill Assignment iif tt Koms, Takillitheelevnted IliiiMitriim she Iswhirlisl Hue IiMtkitiiC Mt'liuel Scluv.im. hail neither )piiilon: free to bo married to tin pe North counties and In the courts of appeal Mail train going ...".tisSam ok City i:lllir Ar.'.jitril. . ' OtBcr over McRoberts & Stagg's drug store. " South j I' f.nii iimii 10 imiiery pimv. Niie is iroiuj; to osvit'Nttiiiii nor ash. U niiHin like. t";ira son selected for them by the physlolojr Express train " South ll 59pm write tit) Castle (iitnluit for a morning (iaier t preferred the liauiltoine .Mlfiim-- l lo the mill Icitl .section ol the irovernment. andfroo ICopyriglit, ' " North...... ...J;ra She to die at such proper period of Iif as ...6 jom N'kw Yokk, March 2 Loca Freight North I The iicttwiier the sjseiuls two full lunin. then.,-wiitehuiK tudit Alfreil , ....SJSpm Km Mi.- - litter South. full ,. ' moim. and limy bent suit t'n convenieiire mid gei-er- al woman is one of tlie triumphs of Nineteenth iiMit-5-liiiminiiits-- joltitiK iiovs.i 11..1- ninl faf , passengers The latter trains also carry nun uieii mimes up l.i in Ml .liiinisi tiuinl t.i ism if hwsIi Failing in hU i century civKintiou. welfare of the community. The above iscalculated on standard time Solar tlkJlil,ts lil II liolil Iter next lliterrle v i at MUs Neislofj;-erLot us fol'iftv ono of them through i i or a iHlsieak Thivino irreat industrial product of time is about jo minutes faster nt'i(HK, aim ne lias a ipiiirter of an huiir in iirs'li('iis. he Saturn In Die bread-roo- t. iltty of hor bu-- y liTe, limk through her eye-- , The Stitiirniatis In the corporate limits of Rowland which to made uverttllHs to llnd ami hoar with her ears. Do not take one of destination. 1kU her liiiM'heou ami kH t Iter ! this w hole.soiuu and pulatablo v Sell Hair, lo alwiu-doSo It J. I)ARSr,.Kowland. thoe phen,!iinnb young wnnieii who tire nou;li. and it Is well they do. as tliev -.;xr the tlelil. lie dally nutoti.: it ig th. universe bv their extra- - is The woman she is mm notu to interview have no other vegettible. It Is what I a chronic i eforine- -. .1 list now she Is the hi rIi 1. a Candidate to represent Lincoln county in the I ho f. tlll nir-ry J Vnrite $i to en should call a imxt iinliitorcstliifr kind of Constitutional Conenlion. BLUE-GRfiS- S priestess of ihimiIi sciences, and as Mielt her opinions ou certain std.jeets arc Invaluable to ii h . a ti il is as eatable, but it servim as foisl and drink, A Full Stock ol the press. linvht Juice enough so that they can plsunptls MISS Our new Mintwr woman, havnc' iriven her! Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Vasle Mill vrsist. get along without water. They have a of Public clf a ilysiptic attack by reivsou of lier htist-ilsi, hihI tlinpiitrli n tough, dry grass, which, unit ted toswnllontsl liinchis'xi, is kept wailiu; one friend nutde a ssgether, fnni Uhcs them with clothes suf but sell direct at low prn.es to the plantei. A gen- ( half hour bv the reformer. Then she oiniproisiioii. If Helen tly warm for their l w wj ' e'"" nursery ana strawotrry camitiguescni on np- kliown to h- -r room, whrre the IniU awuiu ICsritl KlOV ' l',l"-- ' ' plication, both replete ith practical information. '"'!' ' ' 5 constitution and more tlmn sntilclcutly her, clad in purple and llu- - linen, siirisnindtsl H. F. HII.l.KN.MKVKR, tocim C V, 'nonius all claims ugly. Is a Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Lexington, Ky. by paers. , iinn-nand iniiiiitiiK- -. to the girl and subject to the action of the Democratic party. A piece of ground larsje enough Tho purple rolled irii.te-- - dixiitirses of Elec.ion August, 1800 leave town, the CI.AItA NKWHK.ltl.Klt furnish bread-roo- t astral shells and truth mid the liix!ir life in for ten persons is al & siimnf II.IMllwoiiId generalities. In vain duo our Ihi handed linn He demurred hesitated, nnd lotted to each head of a Khtterni a ROWLAND, KY.. j newspaper woman trt to plu Iter down and Im'Iii nmdn for tin wissble ie He .ivsl tlie girl! and she then R. C. MORGAN, ID. D. S. llnd out just' what the doctrine is wlircli the lnvisl Ii tin : but lie was pair, work was slack. crease of families. 'I'hls. however, is Hate attached to their Family Crocerya firt class tatly promiilat".. All is il Hiient tiiysticNm nMiimiir.si.si uhhifx. was not a very important coniiihraiion DENTIST. .in.. ,exiM'i-)(eRestaurant, which will be supplied with exery-- a current of InMutiful and niniiiiiinlts.-rhetori- ttMKiiltnl. Shesin.1 shetlioiiKhtitmmidlK thing usually kept in that business. rreshrruits the .StttiiriiiHiis re not a pn.lirh i.n Ofllcc on Main street, opposite. Porttn..n House, anatandie of ill Jsinds constantly on hand. All ami the writer Jisivo tlie.iin with r fur t.. hue Al.om than n 'Hie jjreat np.stalrs. Nitrous Oxide las gien for painless kinds ol lountry rrouuee taken in excnangeior lijNt or life bln" tl... f tt vat;iie luiviiiK vossl through some extracting. H K CARRIER. Clerk. goods. ,ro,,,,,'t ,,f lh" 'r- .' iojrn uuuntlt, intellectual cyclone. I mito STANFORD. KENTUCKY mi Melil isiiiuIiimI ilM.e r. of broad-roo- t, and women not iH'ing s It is now nearly I o'clock. Our scribbler I'he Inttur's wis, in-- ; altutrentlv iixii..risl. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., iiinuotsts) thecily eiliiiir, vsith whitm j ha Ixil H little lsfolv the wnldlllg day Hie pist-ss- li i eupable In the thplds as the strsMigcrsix. mi apimintmeul, until tt ipmrter of ii. Twc brMlensini broke his Uf. While he females are conslderesl an tntdeHlrab n W. B. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, hours. What slmll she do wi,h themf Sin, waxsH.tlii'sl to his mmmii mtelligetice came, addition to stx'iuty. suddenly recalls that lit a stris-- t harl b " live. tlrst, that lliira was , mid then Hint she I The one thing the Sniiirnlatis dread AT TIIK MAItni.K WDIIKS TANFORD, KY. . i i ....-- i i .i !!! onlliiart exploitx, hut an onlimiri . pIckIiIiiic. ' ,t niiiieir oi a xiiiTiie ii uinui Terse, iiincuj wtisilettd. NagleV .sitr went to the hulls.'. . and abhor Is lnenialltr. Tne wholn It'iW ilisMrcttu?, tlie critics aiv .She WI v,,M tlmHrl Ink I ..hi ..lt.iw.1 n u.w.tl. ..t . Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished it iligin hnnl worker feminine fnn l.ni-,- . i i ,.l.l..i ,.r il,..l. i.. .... i.. ... lUice'South side Main street, in office recently factory prices. v .,,, thecsrilln and try to s.s, her. So who writei, for h half doA'ti dilfeivnt mper teuln- - to the lady vacated by'Dr. L. F. HutTman, Stanford, Ky. That nisl.t the maintain the strictest I under as matiy nin tie plumes. njwrtmBnt.sltei. atonce tidmitieil Telwr h wa. .'mm-w.m. or at le.t H.i pSs 1...1 ..i11 " i;ir its.itrii, uritiM'riv sMt- -s On it rainy sphu morning, when the dull dismay she thuls t'ie fair surroundisl A. S. ,.un R. B. mM u, hu; a;)r lMnx ' by a Iwx of adoring femnle friends, to whoni light stni!;i;lis inlii tin little Wslroom of a littlo Hat a long way up town, Mte turns Ian- - she is reading iioiuvsnt her Usikaiid ns'lting Sl'RGEOX D1NTIST. ,'r,"w- - ttA SUCCESSOR TO tmT matter. It Is their guidly on her pillow and drowsily eome.s bits of her own verse. She greets the new timWs tiiknm ..ir Office on Mam street oer W. 1!. McRoberts' hack from divauilaud. How gno.1 th Usl crlmer cordially and uresetits hor to Ii.t Drug Store, Stanford. What wa. his astonishment Hu.11 to tenet, (nasi mil Honour evtr siVvisl under ' MC'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, yet mooiiis; how Mr would love to lie an hour friends, llieu tins rill's am begtiu niiew. NolsslygtMVs In rugs. the other das that t'litr-- i was al'se She imd ' 'helrgoteriunenL A mi. I ttyui'tithftic sigh, aiel Mift little "put up a J .ii on htm Her ill or so loiifj'T, Htit as sh Mares hliiikmi;y at ' nr the coyrse-llberegrass fromwhii-l- i .1 ml ileal h groans tie ant hoivss reads her siem uu the sere jsirt of a plan to . the picture at the foot of tier ikmI, she sudAlter tin they labriRiite their clothes N very 511 4TH AVENUE, denly remember, where she i, who xlie is. bivth of love. In which she ha. no scruple depMrturi-oMis Nagta from tin supH.s dunible. (I confers wonder liow t I have remotcdmr office to my residence, oppo her excuse for living and the day's work In-- 1 niHitit ctllin; I ItiitRs liy their h.Hi-M- if unities. CBNTUOKY. m.Mirtiliig the Xewherger girl hat" woniati could live in Saturn. LOUISVILLE. 'I'hey Female College, where I will be found at all site fore her. Good gmcloii.! What time is it' I'roelills the Iss'ti'ssconchnles her ari-.'i- i. disui.el herx'lf, ami taken a train to have no lixikin-glassi'o HUGH REID. Tlicre iiiiosui-l- t ( time. mil one or her adorers She has an interview this morning, beside ihi her kiesrs de I'uiladelpm.i Thereolnt met Sehivara. Tin article as a rlblMin known among The Nobbiest & Most Stylish them sho must 1:0 copy hiiutiug from the ilattery her and .prawllng iijh 41 Iter lap, .oksii two xierv loarri'sl and went ! AH their clothes wore of one pattern Stcck ol to Harlem. There is another interview at ' into her f.e-- with yearning, "tj, Sapphn, ' on the in. .iter seeumd friHit Nal, A r.!-dea- l I noticed that there were 1,11 pockets In o'clock and au npiiointment at amslitor'sollliv . of Willieslmrresaw lhe"i aifl carritsi any of their garments, anil learned C to talk over an HsMgnuient, and then ' KTfl HTfT the news lniine. Now I he el it Ion- er-- Gi v m But here she breaks oil, makes one de.per-t- t Ijrief has ehangnl to anger ami uj ilitetel. that a pocket would be considered pritu.i effort and rise. When breakfast is fin facie evidence of theft, as no linnets' wking nslrew. Ky., ished and she has given a hurried glnuee at j MrMn ivoiihl have Mso for such a scciet receptacle. Has fur sale some ot the choke property in :the Kverhroughlto the city ot Louisville, now open the morning Wer, she consult her maid of SHOCKING BRUTALITY, all work as to the resources of the Icettox tioomuic; city of llarbourville. Corresondence including the ; before the revolution, which estah- solicited, On her tray to the elevated railway station the lli.rrll.lr t;sielienee .f 4 HrMiiiirnl lislicd the gteut law of absolute ail I KN0X & jQHN g STET8QN & C0.S HATS the does the markuting for her little family. life-lon- g Mi ' ' ciitallty, the iuhabltaiits umd WM.AYRKS. JAS. O. QIVENS. Glancing at her watch she finds she has time And also my own importation of English Hat Allie Atkiii-.is the IihiiiImmiim to feitl at their own nrivaii. Lil.l.w for one or two errands liefore the hour tiled ' A A T Ti IT1 Q and Cap. An elegant line ol Canes aud Lyon's V, ittllv'llter of .Indies W. AtL'ln.in 11 iipiinil. Since the cgc iteration of hoclety all for the Interview. Staring out the I, train VJL 1 IVLjO IV r'TA'TTAT'ss J!iIlO, Fine Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. ueiit and nenlthv far.iier iivlng three ami a meals are taken In common. The last window she formulates her plans. "I wid half miles wet of l'esaitt Hill. Mo. To no relic of barbarism was Attorneys at Low, stop at Thirty-thir- d street, run over to those the use of plates gEAL gKIN SACQUES, CAPS, nirl did life hsjk Inirli-- r and more full ,.f -marble works and take a look at the iiuntti-uit't- it Dim or even more to each Individual '327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. Glove, ,ndother FuM , Jpecutty sunshine than b her She ixas lull of life, j ,. for that Chicago millionaire, attr that thn light of her father's home, the U'lle of the This "odious relic of an allele cHU:t tide of city solicited, perfect sailsfactior guaran- - I can run in on that manager and get his Shrexe Iluildinir. ueighborhtsKl. One hrief hour changed alt tlon." as they called It, has long been ioi-y- r plnns for his new Mar's tour. Ily that time teed. Don't tail 10 order a NOBBY HAT Jiyi this, aud now Miss AtklliMHi lies ihi a lesl of superseded by oblong hollow rocepU Miss The.piau will have had her breakfast cles. one of which Is allotted to each Niu, watchisl titer by tt grief strictest mothaud lie ready to s.e mu. er, whll- - the male liieiilcrs of tiie family twelve iersoiis. A great riot look plact So leaving the train she hurries to the marhate tho stent duty liefore lli-- m of hunting when an alt pt was made by soma ble storks and, asking for the manure!', begs H..-jRUPLEY- ,down the wretch whose brutalilt has ca.t a fastidious and evclusive ogolUu. to in to lw shown the monument which a despair- rmancnl sliiulots over a once happy home. ' trmltice partitions which THE WOllSlllr UK A lOKTKvs, iug widow ha. ordered for her dear defunct. The other dat , shortly after dinner. . Wile iy divide one portion of should, partial The manager 1. ns afTahlf as a murble man she iiiitrmiirs rapttiroiislt for you an our theso sturlisl for t lie an be, and. tells her how-- the despairing Sappho teach us the nvret of your divine Into Individual eoiiituirtments. The iHHIse of n Iie(t;h- willow twvlf them (l.iU'll in thole ti,tvt lire. How. how can yuii tlibtk of tin-- UiAst that Ui.v hate no I sir, a .piurter of n Sattirnlans deal1s.,' hamb for th'i noble nillnr which is to commemorate, heavenly luiesr' Another ' mile ilLtanL She paupers, no thietes. none of those tl. Down ((roadway her husband'., virtue.. Sappho u tlower and begs her to kiss It and it retiirne.1 within the titlous alucs calbsl mouej all whi.it then goes mir newsp.-ij.e-r woman in search will be eternally presrvid. Hut abuiit this thing, they hetir. are know 11 In that Ibhii iMlfdeuilfretn of the manager who has undertakuu tlie for timeout- iuixspa;r woman Is vi tmuv.ited terror aisil ethaus- - j small Saturn nearer the sun than llio tunes of au actress who has Just picwd Hint, pleailing an eugiigeiiteiit, shgi"snwav. Is Receiving His Hon. entered with great planet which N their dwclliutr- -through a sue s..sful divorce suit and Is, i and, miee outside this templuof tin- - Mitw dlrt and iiiimI, lir j pliiec.--OltvWeiHlell llolines. in A:- therefore, lonke I upon ns a cnintul inrot- - dntws a long In catli of relief. cloHies lorn a nil j lantic. uriiig down. Her l,rt ar The rain i. meat. She her man in the box bsariHtigd, heri ofliee of a prominent theatre and makes dralibleil, she is tinslout. Iiut she has tello wHfiiiit of hair Hr- MRS. THACY'S CHARITY. gO dow 11 to tile illliv of one of thn ilnlly pi-s- . Having received viiut Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. known her errand. ?y A S.. V ir&5pi "tvdirom herlMwd to lesstr the .incgstions" of trsts city from the manager and pnnuiwof an early " " VJ Hon s,,. t'linrt.iileil from Her I. ell II, mil g"g mtierilMHItll inierview with the star, she hasten, furtlwr odllor. She has to wait utHite thin in a dreary, " WhiH Her ttlichl llmiil HIil. iter naints tieil, atel thistr tviuuploAii .She i going to inlert iew a some- glfMimy ti wijii. thnaigh (it TliHsaddeath of Mrs. Swrt-Uirwhat foiiH.tl- - i"ni luiuffe singer fanioils lows site looks out iipret l.ri.-!- ; walls and Tra, v MISS AM. Il: ATKINSON, a klllfe. IWfor alike for iter diainiiiKls ttii-- l her Mnjmil, a Watches Him ghastly glxiiu of tiw electric ami the unsoltlshi-s- s of her l.iirt hour .lie juuii;ieed to cnp t laisiiig lulu h t.r Mini the .'ivi.1.. .leii. 11 iIim eMiM tys' rapi'ily iiicreasiug iixni tlie inoilerii . . eame 1.. il.. cull to mind an incident wlib-...1. .1... ... ..f l...- - ...--" "- -. -; '" " """ stage. last tit editor, a ciml, self ommliiud yonng IMlssiuiC ""'" - " " sin- - haul Usn nt- - I my ktiottliMlge two yeant ago through ,1 11 r rove thliMI'-1.1. 11. 1.1.. ')ll a crsts stnsi't, liefom iwnd-MliaKirt-men- t ,iiieH iii.uihi, niser iiiiiii, oil oik. iniiw woman whom Im able 1. .Mrs. Trai , ' ljl,.L.I !..' 1.111111 llltLltaiiTh uiul .l....i(. .. ....-.- -. ...... ..,..,. "- -. evening, lielns to liv mit house, 4ie pauses, and suitisl'ymg herself a ctltxHi-IDE;TJC3-3-IS- T was. known to In most conscientionsi v l a gallant ivitvinii. tliuillx t uu ,.i... hut she ha tin right Milliliter, rings the bell ,,r",' sh ' charitable. UH few understood how thin fr"'" a .llmw"" of the second lUt. The iUir oieis hihI she AslwKr.asmkMir biHewomanfeeUa. if w INT ItisssttllMIlt rilliliHI-towaithe rail- - oughly she coiictais from her left I1.111 i , ., , , , .h. ... I.1IVOW mounts th stair-- . A tltly ipitvlrnn maHl SihMvsur...k.ss.s-riieHii.vt- . . WWW , -- . I m.nl.i.. S'' "'hi Miiunimtiim n- -r tlint which her rifrhl hand did. and if " totlwiNsliimitf isH'cixe her iumI siinws Iih1 into a Iwtiuiifii. is DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, l.-';tmng1li drNggH lWr wy I: .,.. pained her Ui hear miiie one g,..p.;- .l.n.-itittle rwe)itioii room, hung in pale bliHi and -- the whota lug tin die lack of real charily csHiimeui -- ilxer and ;'oeg--- s lined nlih inirmrn, Kverx whire really ronki not do tu.it." An ntv-- atiiilv dlsplav. Ii.iiwiimI men "itry le, aial by ihirk svvCv,7 JSK& r his hix "( :uhl iH.tr he a.k. "Why FANCY ARTICLES, &C turns she see. lHtNelf, her Jaln ly the r.cli their dwtl of charity ei.. imr Hie llefctsais.! rrATCH for miles ing auC1 "lv1j v'w M.tniiK .I tiilf frock, her trni. iirMer, her small turban n.tf them nothiutr. InasiiiiK h as no pi sssi.u.vk. u . iine uiNiisr ele.-to.- . r Physicians pre ripti i.s acurately compounded. tailless. We want this done ai-- ' She not. s the ex.iMisiie.lrawwios. veil. l" rWes,l isonl tvacritli-e- wna Intel mind, 'I'he wm.u I'""! " We M'l-- '"' ota-.- i the lie. doll salufactorily. mail... its ton! waknow s.m clinijr U Mrs, 'I'mri's ' " will imy ."I w :i." Sh shas.es her Iiead b of '. lecblisl that her next itcl of and si.n o" Hills, poh-liu-llnHel's,niali..gniiv talde -"'-- , ; I"?1 I'""'"" charily mm tne "" 1 tiiinW (Ju a d Well." 4- 1sunuUau rtinatelv. cssst her some troiibb . The uoinau "f ,U "i ,,M,"- ov- - mid let me know Im.x iilhsl with viuletj., tlie daily luorn-itiYou'd T",''' "". '" ,,h "Ih' h"1", STOCK OF THE LARCEST WATCHES, " ,'ri " MM to whom I htsve above referrisl wt.onco' otrciing. On aiiothur taitleare two or laU to do It. .NsJh.Iv will mcogmae k'"u """ ' J'"-- . Mrs. Tracv's humblest pwnslo'ners, and : Y.M. like. ' iiaiiiKigtn a veil if voil Isittles and two you. ''insCLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. at this time she. was greUlly In need Out iikuiii into the tliin. muililv street gias.es. some dislies of iniit and isiufcction. n.m lllllllilli; till' Ite;ilnlllls. 11 ilaintv Isixe. a half sinolasl cigar aud two Onee more iieiit the train living homeward careful nursing, for her disease was Ever broiiRlit t this market. Prices lower than . Steral p"Ople haxe left eljjil. N. J., cancer and of a most painful character or three Kvidenlly .Ma'amvlle now. She thlli.s of the dear little Mat so the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Ue. had a KpiHi.l last night, thinks the little news-p.is-- r cozy mid pleasant. How good it will be to and others are keeping very iphet. This Day arterday MK. Trac went on f.ail paired on shurljnotice and warranted. w.inian. A great M'reea of gold mul get home. She lettiis her tir.sl lieml bak is tlm result of a risvnt attempt to "reg-nlato- " to the jHior creature's home, cared fot things In the of Itichant again.t the window and oi. until her staher in every tion is called. Then, wliile walking the few SylHilil. One of the lumntes, 11.1111.sl llrady, room, and sawway.Mvopt and cleaned her that she was comfortable, blocks to hor Hat, she thinks again, with together with Mrs. Sey I Mil, I, bad been for a sinking heart, of her editor's suggestion "I sasou the sllbjec, of gos.lp. The "White returning to her home with some trilling Hor cmuiot do it," over aud over she says. Hut Caps" broke into the Selsild iv.ieinc, M'iz.sl excuse to account for nor " after her dinner, when the doctor come, in llrady nnd hutls him out of town. He U protege would lifter have known the , .fir? . l again, and ImiIIi he and his and shakes Ms head dubiously over the inthreaten cause of so much unselfish kindness hail valid for whom our scribbler is working; to hunt down the memls'isof the mob. Tlm sho not one day remonstrated with her vhen the ui'tid U.'lls her the coal is out aud oirenvs allegeil as au excu-- e for for what scorned needless waste of time I)'!i'la hor the gus bill aud mentions inciare 'iid to hate bad iioexi.teuis.. and labor. To relieve her mind. Mls. dentally that tiiu agent call. si aliotit the rout : Tracy told her that it was her only way xvhoa she seen how shabby her boots are getaii)iiiHiiflf iiH iiV He ll.ie.ll'l Call Num. aft ' 1h of really paying her debt to tied. Mrs. ting and vaguely wonders where the spring Toiuiut (with aiixiuty) 3Ir.Su.ter, In vou Tracy's last act of kindfrock coining from, then the stun the city cat little children f ness to her husband, when in the midst editor lnutioiis ho would give for the work Mr. Slayer (tisil.ly eiiiKirrasMsb Why, of smoke ami Haines, attests the sinhe desired .'.111. of intluito piiisirti'nis. no, Toiuuiy: why do you a.-y. ''p(;,.,. Srjhi writes for two or three hours on syndiI 'JilKL. Tommy uilievisli Well, here's a piece cerity of those words. cate work and out of town heiitlisl "l.itihi I'lulmvii Kuteii by a Hoar," W iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHMBi,iiifliiii(feiWHtPsn,PiBBVBu trnv 'f'i I' J f I ,1 All Aiierilole or Kilhin.leln. smiling a irille sadlt as she lace and sister .aid ton ixcrolhe most exM,s'r:it-ili- g L.t sttii Ina. a Ilusslan paper, tells trimmed jietticoat.. .ill; st'klngs and the Is re .he "ver saw. -- West Shore. Illl'Y AM TO hl'Altb she reiiii'inis'rs all how hi I'ubinstolifH earlier ilays ho siltet-riiibine stands lii'torca I'ersiau drapod latest fashionable fad., for when she Imr old narrowly escaped ladng sent to Mberla. A Medical school llest. d.irwat. liai-- uf t.iat tuutv route mysteri- to clear ambitions I'ame with fondly uxficcted hit- pen. That n way to Ho played before the Czar .N'iclndas ous and wlii..sr., nnd presently in First Doctor Have you a skeleton ? hyr lo fortune's he igltU Iuls the house or Count Iheresweep.fi-oii- i itsliierblj- formtsl which has to lift lelhorsky. and on Second Doctor Yes. become siuijily ways and means to get bread young woniati in a .11111 rt Jiip:iii'-reluiiiing home lost his tea gown. A ms it. l'irt Doctor Tiic masse, of gilded hair are carelessly and butter. Kccninl Doctor Can't vt'.ry well; fact is, day or two afterwards he was arrested The long hours creep by, ami at midnight up 111 the amber pins, tlie little feet ami brought boiorc Cenentl (Jalahoir. I'm wearing it under my lth. I'ackni. ..Uppers and us she scnts she finishes her work. Then, after a few lini are thni-- t in thenuhier of police, who informed tho ments of deep thought, she draws a sheet of herself such waxes billow of prisoner that ho declined to liejlovo Threw Him in Acitlu. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture are reteul.il that and newsKiar rare lace patter toward her and writes a note to tlm the wouitin's city editor in which sho tells him that 011 do (who has pulled a man out of the any body's evidence of his identity, and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods, eyi-- s shine w, in delight. "Hern i. copt litf.T.ttiim she has coticludisl to take the a... oven that of the Count. I'lthinsloin she tliiuks. 'M wonder If she'll slitiW tiguiiicut of which tlie wero talking that j svulcrj ttracloiis! Your head U blecdim persisted that lie was a mere musician, c&n be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con me lier dltided skirtst" The oK'i-- IkiiiU'c afternoon, and for tho Mini which ho named How did you cut it J Rescued Man Ou the water edge, I and as one of the .siibordiiiate police jucen Mimikii fair, white hand which liter- she will write up her experiences 111 an opium I sell lower than the lowest. vinced knew something about iiiusle the the guess. K'itrrt'iictf American.' ally blazes with gems and niir.w the scrib- den. With a shudder of disgust shu letter and addresses it. Then, worn out from bler that' she Is very welcome. tvo wei-- sent to try matters over on a shu souks the little lied- the labors of the day, All Indiana man, now- - uitdur taispiciou of .Hlapldated iilano. The Jiow the latter sets to xvork. She prestest proved mit. room. With u hasty blie prcssesi her ently discovers that the beautiful woman be- neau against tiiu in prayer now ami is soon fast uxorcide, was goxl enough to jwty this tributo Isfactory, and the (Jeiioral, reiiiarking fore lier N a very ordinary lwrsou. She talks aaleeo. Ona dav In a in.u.iviiw.r winnnn'd to his wife a faw hours after her death: that "the prisoner was apparently '"Sho was a Jewel of a woman to travel; nba musician," poorly, at times betraying great illiteracy life Is ended. bluirti SKssio.Vrt Tl'lTnt. Jtook llUi a permit for tlirco wlitilraEisj IV Wrltt for Ctttnlvgiicuiul jail lnjtrmiUoand iguoranoo. She is vnii. and coticeite.l. aeedodjjiit a griack, uuta Saratoga trunk." i Interior Journal JAS.C. G1VE.VS. FRANK MAMMON. j NfflS HUNTING. Pincvillc, Kentucky. coi-wt- .. WALLACE E. TARNON, ----- fun-mont- Zfi f ;;,! rtu I For Sal !. i n, Twenty Building Lots at-M- s -, .- W. H. MILLER Cfc-- ; SURSERIES ed KATE BOGLE SchgcoSolncounKlecAst;, "".v,s fooSdSnot cf. r--.' dt&ikf, 'i cv CARRIER WAITS, '". ''' cold-bloode- d ' liiMe-eliol- low-anc- r . c, iis-'o- '"T t""'"1 - j X .i DR. PENNY, Dentist. si.-k- . 1 J.l j Br. PRICE, i.-m- U GEOGEGHAN. .WM,i,,f1rn,l,i.U.,M,l,,,,.,,lH,, . ! ,, '.":........ ii , 1 ' 1 '' REMOVED! i i il I pror f ! ! ili-i- ls-.i- li'Mis-kii-p- W. R. CRESS, REAL ESTATE AGENT, MA Barbourvillo, XIV world-renown- . f UO 0rd, .3 1 ! ui il 1 ' j j . ' j I i.i-h- PtW j -- - J I " SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. W or - Ao loL w ""! ?& 1 ' J & sJE"W"ELEK,. 11 e -- M 1 'xsl ... .... .- -. e L.M 1. i... i I tlw.m.hH-iaklngwIiH-hl- 'y m rer CfA f l 11 r'tit n.l iww-stw'je- 1 f'""' l"m "' "'" "'"'". '" g lia-i.- l. - 1 hi n.r J" "' '"' "''' 7lim."' s 'w,u f clgm-ettes- Iioii-cIhi- Ait SEW FURNITURE STORE! MACK HUFFMAN, SH'IROll ab-eiic- e. JVao his I $ ! 'I I. & 1 131 1 ry .r v-z-- p- A3i!i tSJT j. ,. corru-jxiudeuc- e, '.s mi 4.) - v lt's nas.s-i.bi-- L a that ' rs BRYANT &STRATTON Business College - EaWIO Ir i g-.- wock,. J , M s. ,1-ijW.- J I Semi-Week- ly S A , Tiik muss convention to nominate! this paper. By 4 o'clock Wednesday af- candidateH for county o Ulcers in Garrard lernoon the jury was completed as ers'. occur on the IHth, instead of on the (lows: Alex Traylor, Kugene Kelley, ., .1 i rf ,J ... I. l NNHLI.HV WaniUIUU.lrW pOIHKIS ' .jJ, H, jns j)(,e, slatl,l II. It. Karris, II. Curtis, Alex Holt.- pmt. II, 1890 of wool. Stanfohd. Ky., claw, Monroe Curtis, A. F. Moberly, 1 1. T V" 1 mb prospect is that very large crowd j y M 1'i.iivm. fall and settle your account. poonamon,f ,.ilttcI. ,, ,. ,, ., nuiimuiii ui.t.iicui i.ji.--j in the Mt m" v uiivmuuu,, i. r. ,, uwvil mm, i,, K. TliniiuiH Metcalf. i K.C.WALTON, I3UH. ManaKer Vincent Addition tol'incvillo nertTucs Hayden. Tiie testimony did not vary Nil k lot of white rabbits for sale, John day and Wednesday. The best chance materially from that given at the coroMEANS BUSINESS, for profitable investment is offered hero . Livingston, Crab Orchard. ner's inquest, with which our readers than anvwhere. CoMKaud settle your account A. K. are tamiliar. In stating the case for the SiAh.sTV car loads of freight left How Penny. Tiik temporarry organization of the defendant, Judge Alcorn said that the Wednesday for Middlesboro. laud Watciii-- s and jewelry repaired and Cumberland River Railroad Co. was ef- - commonwealth had fully established the warranted. A. It. l'cnnv. Tiikiik is some mighty good reading in fected in the election of J. C. Hodemer, fact that be was not in his right mind nt Tiik best place to buy drills, patent the extra pages sent out with this issue. president, D. W. Vandeveer the time of the killing. medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. -.- and W. :I. Miller secretary, a very The prisoner himself testified substan-- , Kenny's. Wk have placed all our accounts and worthy compliment to men who have tially us follows: "I was 11 years old Ili'Y your school books, ink, tablets, collection. paper, pencils and tchool supplies of all notes with Harvey Helm for done the most for the enterprise. but June; have lived in Macksville all jUewillbefound.it Hill A; Mcltoberts kinds from A. It. Penny. my life and at Mr. Dick Warren's ten ' I ii vi: made my arrangements to enlaw iillice. Owslev it Craig. years. The first I saw of Mr. Haugh the PERSONAL POINTS. gage m the ice business and will be pre- night I killed him was in Anderson was '" years ago Wednesday that It TO Mil. Wll.l SKXKIMMKis ill tl cities (Sen Lee surrendered the Confederate pared to furnish ice to the people of Carr's bar mom. We went to Macks- possiStanford and vicinity at the lowest affei his spring goods. villu and saw John Anderson at the de in my to (ion. lirant under the famous ble price. My facilities are such as to pot. Taylor Lackey was along and An-Mum. K vtk l)rii:itvit is in Louisville apple tteeat Appomattox. enable me to furnish it at all hours of derson asked us to goand get laving in her spring stock. two women .Mtts. 1U:. TriiNKK ami Mrs. I'M Carter I wii.i. bo back from the cities in a few the day. Special prices in large quantiand they would take them to the stillwent to Louisville, Tuesday. days with an elegant line of spring and ties. M. K. Klkln. bouse and keep them all day Sunday. ' M ls J i i.i Dot i.i. s has returned from summer millinery. The ladies should 5 Wiiii.k Willis Whitlvy was hauling Taylor went and got Hirdie Stigall and a visit to friends at Crab Orchard. examine my stock before buying. Mrs. goods with S. S. Myers' team Tuesday I got Kllen Jones. When we got back .M- i- Kvnvii: Cot tTKii, of l'arksville, KKXTL'CKY, will on the Kate Duddcrar. the shaft broke, causing the horse to run Kllen said; 'I nin't going with that man, is the guest of Mrs. lr. A. (i. Carpenter-Ma-- . Itaugb away. The wagon was overturned and he drew a pistol on ine Poor M.vsm:. George P.l!iott,ayouth Tw.Miiu.K, of .liinction City, (J d lie and threw his living near New Haven, tried to board a wrecked generally, and Willis landing said it was in visiting tier brother, John Duddcrar. on his head, it was at tirst supposed that j bunds behind him. I said 'don't you WednesMk. mMhs. J. M. Sh.i.kj;, of liar- - freight while pausing that place day and had his foot run over and so his skull was broken. Drs. Carpenter call me a G d lie" and shot him. At nxlsburg, are the guests of Mr. Sam M. I I badly mashed that amputation will lik e and Fry were called and found that it the time shot him war. facing him and 1890, sell at- Owens. was only a scalp wound, about seven believed he was going to shoot me. AfMiis. J.S. Yopmi, who has been to see ly be necessary. inches long, which they sewed up and ter I siiot him I ran to the depot and her nickd.iugbteriu New Albany, returnTiikiik ureal present outstanding the man is getting all right again. A told Jake, Cook and Babe Hansford what ed Tuesday. in county bond, fi.OOO more were good deal of the wagon was reduced to I had done, then went back and met Miis. Ai.ui: 1'iiii.iis, who was thought ordered to h issued for turnpikes some kindling wood. Sm'th Kmbry, who asked me to go for . was much betto Is tj)U mar8jia which I did. I went with time ago and Tuesday the amount was ter yesterday. Invitvtions have been received nere.,, - x. vlaud up there and he asked me Mr!00, making the present , ,1 increased Ont thanks are due Mrs. .1. C. Davis, and immediate bonded indebtedness of vu tin, itiuu u';iiiij Jtt .en... xh.i.ii..-- i. hi; iimwn.-ww- the man to the court room 0ne thjrd cas). balance ; two , instaHmcnts at 6 and 12 months. rough," the elegant Knglisb hotel at Mid- - t0 of Medicine Lodge, Kas., has (or several the county SJ.OOO. uu knntjxi iijv iut.li titttt i ivi nJt tit I lie programme contains a papers of her city. illcshoro. suyall night with him, which I did. I Stock in the Company may now be had by applying at once to S. KiHTo't K. H. Smith, of theMt. Veinon TiiKM'Vcrnl warm and sunshiny davs ball and banquet, which willeclipse anyhad S. or dn'llks that Ilight." Cfo,,-,n...,n vviiitiviU nr n f,n n,.nr-i- l VnnfKrw v"ln: null-j - fnr n cb.ii-f- . ! t Jt has ever known Signal, was bete Wednesilay, nosing of the first of the week brought out veg- thing that young-citiiiv. yi v iiviui 4tuiitt.vi v'h v.iiLj J v i n.- tw. ii .. .........i?,iiwi.-t- io ... .,;!. ..l ti,n imv. ...v ..... I .. 1. Ii, mock .. t fnr around for news and notes ibaiik.r etation at a rapid rate, which the cold of Accompanying the invitation is a bad nerformed the oneratior, known a.s 01 aiw, .uiuuii: uu uiwen up uy uic. vuuipauy .u d.. mil Miss. S.viuiv II vvs, who ha been visit- snap of Wednesday night chei ked to railroad pass for self and lady on the first payment for lots. No personal liability for deferred payments trepanning on Teeters Hi years ago when ing Mrs. J. 1. Holdam, at Crab Orchard, same extent. It was pretty, chilly yes- special train which will pass this place his skull wits mashed by a stick of wood the Company is content with liens retained. has returned. Mrs. Holdam is now vis- terday, but Gen. Greek said it would be about noon, Tuesday the loth, arriving thrown at him. The skull was pressing iting in Danville. and remain fair ull Satur- at Middlesboro in due time to ee the ngainst warmer Until day of public sale a limited number of lots will be sold pnvatc- the brain and lie lifted it off, af-- , sights that that place affords befoie the Da. T M. Lkw is was here this week lor day. ter taking out several pieces of crushed ly on same terms, at a fixed schedule of prices. the llrst tluiii in nearly three inonths, Loan A.s-- in- - grand event. bones. The operation gave relief nnd Tin: National lluilding It is believed that, at these prices, this Addition now furnishes a betluring which time he ha suffered meat-I- v i Tin: election on the question of subscri- no serious results followed that he knew lion, l.omsviue, ueciareu a ter opportunity for investment than anywhere clese in Eastern Ky. from broken ribs and the pneumonia. dividend of i per cent, on the entire bing SlM.OOO to the capital stock of the of. The defense here rested and the Coi M vrr A i vms. Secretary of Suite, amount paid in on capital stock out of Cumberland Hi ver railroad will be held court prepared the usual instructions in For prices, lots or other information, apply at Stanford or Pine-villwas here yesterday looking after bis ' such cases, which were that if the jury the net earnings for the last siv months Saturday, May "al. Only the two Ky., to fences in the raco tor clerk of the Court This is certainly a splendid showing and ts of Stanford and Turnersville will believed the defendant guilty of willful OT. of Appeals. Tins gallant mountaineer the general manager of the association, be called on to subscribe. These pre- murder they should fix his punishment HTJGrOHCES, has many friends hercnlxMits. C. M. Phillips, late of Lebanon, is to cincts own about half of the property in at confinement in the penitentiary for Mr. General Manager Hell Co. Coke and Improvement Co. Mi-- s Moi.iii: W.vi.ruii, .Mrs. James Mil- - be congratulated. Tho-- e desiring to in- - the county and can ali'ord with little in- life, or death, at their discretion; if they burn and Mr. Klcliatd Walter wiie call- - vest large or small sums can wnie 10 nun convenience to make this small invest- think the killing was done in sudden 'I to Danville ednesday by the death at W)l W. Main street. ment, which we believe will be a paying beat and passion, it was voluntary uian- yf their lelative, Mrs. Will Williams. one in itself, not taking into considera- - slaughter, the punishment for which is Tin: commonwealth is being ably rep- tion the vast benefit that the county will ' not less than two nor moiethan'Jl yeare. Deceased was about 27 veais old and resented this week by Gen. W. J. leaves twochildreu. reap Incidentally from it. If there are reasonable grounds for be while Mr. Hcrndon is at FrankMas. J. M. Piili.cs and daugbtei, Miis lieving that defendant was in danger of Cim i it Coukt. The case against Tom Kutte, and Mrs. W. M. Hright have io- - fort trying to secure the passage of the death or great bodily harm at the time sjilaiv bill for olliiers of his class. It is Wren for the murder of his father-in-laturiitxl from a visit to friends in time of the shooting, or that deceased Miss Mary McKinney, who ac- almost salary or nothing in this district, "Peavcr Tail" Itaker, was commenced was attempting to kill another and not companied them, is the guest of Mis I.u-l- if we are to judge by this county, and Tuesday with the following jurors in the in his necessary self defense, the jury Mr. Herndon is excusable, unless he box. J. G. Lynn, Sidney Dunbar, J. Yeager, of that city. should acquit. The defendant must have G. I). Smiley, Patterson I'nder-wooHon. Jons W. I.kwis, the influential wants to work for no pay and board himthe benefit of the doubt,if the jury is unde- J. M. Carter, J. M. Hill, S. G. republican who assisted in securing for self besides. The fees of the ofllco would ciueu iiumceii uiu.tiur um luaiiBuiuii-terb- y Man (on one of the handsomest and b st barely pay his traveling expenses, we Hocker, B. F. Powell, G. X. Bradley, T. finding him guilty oi the latter. If J. Foster and J.T. Harris. As this was after hearing the whole case there is a postmasters in the countiy, was hereon would think. the third trial including the examining legal business Wednesday. The people And We Have Tiik indications are that Stanford, trial, the facts are pretty well known to reasonable doubt of his guilt they must Mr. Lewis a big of this uniuiuiiuity owe find him not guilty. time,1 which has lain dormant for some our readers It seems that "Heaver vote of thanks. After two strong speeches to a side, is prearing for a little boom herself. J Tail," ordinarily a harmless old fellow, the case was given to the jury at ii:U0 r. Hon. 15. C WvKi:..Ncame home Tuef-da- S. Hughes and Dr. F. Peyton have J. went to Wren's house and engaged in a t. yesterday, but it had not agreed win n to bring Paw Asbby, who is nek. bought bis house and of W.M. quarrel with him for whipping his wife, this report closed. Mr. Warren tells us that the rejKirt that lot of H acres for i'i.OOO, although lie which Wren admitted. Haker finally ne would be counsel for Toy Teeters was Joel Reynolds was adjudged n feebleII. to asked 1,000 damages for the-C- . got after him with a hatchet when Wren minded person by a jury yesterday. in fact He bad nevwithout foundation run through iL The lot runs from Main er been spoken to in the matter and at back to tho new pike, which will be retreated, shooting three times, as he Court will probably adjourn this afterpresent his duties would have prevented said, to scare him. The fourth time he noon, at any rate as Judgt) a street to the end of the town him from defending the negro, even if he made shot to kill and did kill. Taking into Morrow has to hold a special term at had. limits, and the gentlemen propose to di- consideration Raker's ae, condition and vide it up into building lots which will relationship to Wren, the case looked to Lancaster Monday. CITY ANDVICINITY." be put on tho market. It is also propos- an outsider like one of willful murder. dancing class will Pisor. C. C. Foil S.m.k or rent tin' Carpentei House. ed to open the slicet through Mr. Walton's Opera House to- but the iurv after nearly a dav'B delibo give a hop at place on the Somerset pike, "tion brought in a verdict of involuntary U1K111- pply to D. K. Carpenter, M thereby adding hundreds of building A Lexington dispatch says: Milton t nkw and beautiful line of one and sites on the hill overlooking the town. manslaughter and fixed tho punishment1 of the I'nited at two y ears in the penitentiary. The J. Durham, eight-daclocks at W. H. Mcltoberts'. t. The scheme is a splendid one and it is aceu&ed'was represented bv Messrs Hill, States treasury under President "pointed oasluer of the hoped it will be fully carried out. photo-Fran.l"w V Owslev'and Iiwver (io to Rowland for Miller & new State 15ank to bo established here. Cordier graphs, $1 per doen. The adjourned lotirt of levy metTues-- . Davison, while Judge W. O. Hansford and Gen. Undrani made n vigorous NKW AlVEKTTiEMK.VTS Tiii. prohibitionists will meet here to- day with most of the justices present. 'prosecution. Roth delivered goodspeech-Young- , morrow afternoon on the call of Chair- The commitue consisting of Squires Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Xeal and Chappell, prepared a es, the general especially showing how man Neal. qf an appropriation to ably he could stands by the rights of the icport in favor Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, A NOiiikii murder in Rockcastle counehmiufi the line of the Danville and Commonwealth. Jewelry and Silverware. ty, this titim a fratricide. .,.,, particu- Crab Orchard pike, wj as to avoid cross - ' In the suit of Grundy vs. IhoPinej i wln,uml ji my iTbU i .UKmmy, the lars in Mt. Vernon letter. Co., three distinguished repub - "on t ie? , o nor..-- ami ihr lack. ing thu railroad track at Rowland, but on Hill Coal VERMONT, garden, it being suggested that the new Cumber j beans appeared as counsel, Messrs. John Foil Uknt. My house and W. Lewis, of Washington, W. O. Rrad-th- e Place has on it an abundance of fruit of land road would'probably'run just where of Jam unkno n. Uy Gill' Tho Best Railroad f tmout. the VJ would proposed pike ,..... leave the Main ley, of Garrard, ami John W. Yerkes, of all varieties. Mrs. K. C. Helm. ., , .. : .... t,..i.. i... i... i . hi.... . uu nuunu, line, mey cnangeii u in uivoi oi me cut nuyie. ouiu .uuwun, ua i Care Lvvdiikpth's, Ferry's and Crossman's oil, winch is to start from the Myers is also a republican, and tlie quartet em lly Or 1' W Loi.an'n Waterloo that has a record I'rompt Attention l'rcscriptions garden seeds in bulk and packages, on- comer in Stanford and strike the C. 0. braces a big share of the brains of tho of j in and i otandard brnl. hec prdiree ul , ... L.OE.1II Wiiterloo . . . oia Tno ms- - repuonean party oi tvenuicKy. ion sets, N. Y. seed potatoes, v,c, .it A. pike just beyond .Neeilmore. vvaterloo Jr ist turn uy i.ti miMiit given to lCngrav-in- g fully Compounded A. Warren's Model Grocery. The suit of Cyrus A. liutt against the MKC,, "Sv" "16 hand- - hich, dark bay and a will bo two milcH and the court tanco 9 agreed to appropriate jl.oOO for its con- - Stiuiford Halls imp Pike Co. for :,00U fin,, hreeder of cood hori.es lor all purpose and and Repairing Mill .land at A i ot on Main street, SUinford, conKtruetiuii on cond tion that the town of was dismissed settled. A compromise i 10 acres and very desirable, at all hours, day taining Stanford would increase its subscription was effected, by which the company pajs$G to Insure a Mare in Foal. of Watches, Clocks Also a lot of chairs, inelud" for sale. from 'tSoO to $1,000. Thw will bo done him fJoO. It will he remembered that Waterloo. Jr . it a scry darV. Lrown, or hlacl. ing several rockers. Apply t Intkiuoh formed, tiui' I" and the new road built. On the petition Mr. Rutt's horse backed over a cbfl OU I.....I. n e nnd tail,Imcompaitly artlAn an full finid 9 ,.!.. uii.l t.ti.1. and night. Jocn.N'.vi. ofllce. T. R. Walton. and Jewelry. president of the Cumberland rail the Side Of the road, the buggy, ill whicil ()roducef .if lombi'ned hornf., jitrlcctly Wind in ot the a '" ' Tiik Lincoln ltuildiug and Savings As- mad ami 81 eitiens tho court ordered an were himself and wife. 30 feet to the J S WELLS, Ph G. Presc. Clk. B H. DANKS, Jeweler, sociation will begin on Saturday, April election to bo held in the Stanford and j rocks below. Mrs. Butt was badly hurt $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. v. 1. 1., .v x. damage, f, '!K), to issue a now series of stock. II. Turnersville precincts on the 1st Satur- - but Mr. Butt escaped serious three ;ood 0 irii; J. Darst and A. A. Warren are author- - iinv in Muv. to decide, wlictber or not a! After uoim: into the Teeter's case bl'ANFORD, Ky. Mam Street, Opp JACKS ALL WELL BRED, subscription of tL'O.OOO will be made to! Judge Morrow tlnally discharged the ied to receivu subscriptions for same. -old at and yer tho capital stock of that road, tho money sUinding juries, after thanRing tliem for iwo aSeavon old pt, at $0.fo.iled. l duo Hi'.monvii.i.k'h election for town trus- to go towards payingforrigbt-of-way,i:c- . '$8 j,,,, reuillfd onwhen coll for the c.log mnr; , promptness and faitlltUlIieSS. .ilUolH r,UM,nable utm'- L"1 no l".,",,,y tees Monday resulted in tho selection of A subscription of $1,000 a mile was orJ,"," Tho next case was that of Toy Teeters M" James and John Goode, G. K. Peacock, dered for the Knob Lick, Turnersville Si for the murder of Will Allen Haugh. W '"' j w. i.inkns Coleman Carpenter, Hugh Logan andG. McCormack turnpike, a proposed road 4 The prisoner was brought into court and , mich mScrolula, Ulcer, I'implei, Ulcerated Thioat KKFT SJ'KCIFICiiuk all Mood Price Ji per bottle. W. Ryan. Tho latter was made police miles long. Squires Wells and Chappell stating his inability to employ counsel, White Swellmc, SyiihihUc diee in all itiaKr,Ne.roji,.Vc HI riKRS i the mot pleaiant 10 take of all the Iron tonics.' It cure Dyipepsli HAVlh IKON and William Dunn town marshal. were appointed a committee to locate the Judge Morrowappointed Col. Hill, Judge judge il Kiveia lien appetite, enriches the blood, rculate the liver and imparti new energy to the muiclei I offer my Hotel I'ropcrtv tltnatcd at Kingtville, Tho board appears to bo decidedly a Crab Orchard and lloldam's Mill pike Alcorn and Hon. F. F. Bobbitt to defend Lincoln touniy, Ky , at a bargain if old at ome, and nervom item I'rlce Ji per bottle of the bct worm killer and cxpcllers known to the medOATLlKK'S WORM SYRUP ii made containing togood rocmt; all neceoary outbuild-inwet one. itwlf. It it pleawnt 10 take, safe and reliable. Price S A plendid place to open unce whisky ical profevion and therefore recoromendi and also tho OfO., Ottenbeiiri and Chap-pell- him. Tho relatives of Baugb got Miller Ac voted back in the county; or I will prosecution. h.i will of Levi Hubble, which was PlaATUVF'S MACJNETIC PII.US lor all I.ivcr Complainu, Impaired DietUon, Sick Headache, ,V Owsley to assist in the Tiik Gap pike. Sijuiru Bastin was subW. I MiCAKTV. Addrcts t Price at cent per box a cath arlic Ac KinEille, Ky probated this week, appoints his wife, stituted for Squire Lynn to assist in the Only three men on the standing juries 107 if Manufactured and lor ale to the trade by the Mrs. 3Iartlm J. Hubble, aud his nephew, location o( tho Faulkner's Mill and were found to bo competent jurors for DRUG CO., L. F. Hubble, executors, and thoy quali- Kingsvillo pike. Chris Hutchinson's this case, so tho Court ordered Sherill fied without security, as it directed. The children were ordered to be taken to Xewland to summon a special venire of I ugonand hnr.pt estato is equally divided between his tho and several other pau "0 men. Nearly all of them wero exam- - my hae added new buircit my ttable .econa to to lnerybunnei, maVinc . . v...... . ... wife and threo children, W. G. and Miss- pers were allowed from t4 to . a iliuiim :..,.,! l..fnr. t ..in iiimi'l . - nlitiiltico. mil- - nunc .m .1... ....... .... ..a. lat turnouts on .tiort imi ur month a fceJ,nK by ' Hubble, the shares es Allie P. and Iuira jd?,uKj for their maintenance, aud the court ad- - ny being excused for forming an opinion noc,Jyna Kook Xttptny, Short Uand, TeUgraphy.&e of the two latter to be held in trust for . J uii' tun City. Ky j Write for Catalogue utut full ifonnato. me uiurnci UlHtil.l III jrom me report 01 .1... .......l.Vi. uimcuiui oitiiieil. the present by their mother. InteriorJournal A i.i. kinds Of garden seed atS. .. .My J fol-wi- ll 11 .. As Attractive Opportunity I ; J i i- -. I I ; i For Investment. HE MT. vice-presid- m m I IB ADDITION I 1 -' PIIEYILLE I ' l)s I 15th and 16th of April, Public Auction Alternate Lots to highest bidder. X 11,-o(- dying-Wednesda- y, 1 -- 1 ! l;1lrry .I - , i- - y ... ... ! -- .,. ..! w v s- .- 11 1 i3, to-da- y - i- o, - semi-aiuiiiu- e, pre-ci- S. J SPRING CLOTHING. I ' a I Our Goods are Now All In AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT I i I y j Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Uglit and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large line of Pants. Caii-son'- s Van-deveer- 's I - , STAGG & McROBERTS. ' y I first-clas- s k ,l, Cleve-lb.hl.it- ) DRUGS and JEWELRY HAMFIDKN WATM9 Watch. Kvvf25'"" , 2 Horsesand 3 Jacks. , ' REUBEN S'-- I ... -- ..1 ! ..... WATERLOO, JR., i I m i 1 1 -- wym ....-1-. A -.. I P'n '" "" 3 W. B. MoROBEBTS, Court-Hous- - ojr ; - The Great Remedies diM-a5 ! For Sale or Exchange. !, 's A-- Livory Stable. -- WIIXIAJISBURG Williamsburg, Ky, poor-bous- o i wv.-.- -- v BRYANT " 1 A . . & STRATTON Business College OUISVILLE. KYr . ;iT-ffoffili 1 ftrVt til 'rWlfci gfiAui. fe Miitejjfj - ymw -- r- i""MiisCiWMi"f Hni(iiyyMMiMqrgniMiiW-'J- I ' II Pll &, -- M- 'jV .. im m j iKhi'm SJBRKJHBtiX. ftfW Stephen Hutch's, 3 acre', D II. Edmiston's -. -- . ii- v- .t-Intel, oirt.lir tiui.'t. Orchard, Hotel, Cottage nndStorehousc at Ottcn-hei01TENHE1MFR, J Agent for Owners loa.Om -.- Attention is called to im advertisement of the show agpiejMtion which will Thnstilendld Imported lack will make the ea son of iS. t ihe old Griiishv farm near Shclky E. P. FAULCONER. - Brick Residence exail'it in Manioro on iruiay, .vpni boaled Aptll .. ihsi Krtnrd For SaleClt),at In regard to the same we find in the lly It F.Ol 1). ol Maud J ln which I now live, vct Main street, and the i New Oi leans ricayune of March L'od the $10 to Insure a Living Colt. and m more in the ire10 list. S., teiord o'. business block kn wil as the Owsley lllo J I OW following veiy coinplimentarv notice. I irst d site Court Square, Stanford olvnde dam of tiba, to ord tt Con e And see him and vouuill be urclnlike II) IIKI.MdN l.sin of Xutwootl, ii, "The vaat tent of French's Circus was hnn. II. M. JOHNSON'. Aeent . 1 dam oung im 14 in ihe i ,0 list; dam Primrose, n. k. rwoon. I'orua, j j packed last niht from the ring edge to one of the creates! brood mare In the fnited Dam of Yeltairr Ues.einer 'f sire ot Mlanpsot t il.. 37x5 States, h Alexander's Abdallnh Dam of Portion .71,.) (sire t the top seats with an appreciative audi& ATWOOD, IIAYEI.OCK bav horse 7 )e.irvold, 13',' hands Dam of lly air old record a 17, i)tnr hijh. rompactly built, tnins bone, sure foal getence which had assembled to witness Dim ofxthilde Harolfl, llettie Jaie - loVf, ter rest rd in En irc of trotted over 1 track last a land 304 , year old, Mattle Neuer REEL ESTETE EGEETS. the grand performance tendered by (JiimineIIs bencta Soto j a j,'-- , Kflie Thornton jv. and and espe. t him toa hilly cloc to j Fall in Fall17 My fine jack, William Erie, black with menl) OranddnmatConiMitaht sireot Chransurri we o thl trot J ,3 Hlsprodtne '.,, 1 and fine, French A; Co.'s Mammoth Circus and and the dam of I harlfstoti J 27, I.ady t.av 17!. he viillmaV. aare largecn 011 ourand likcl'.ranby iio.f, 141 hands high sited by Evle's Imp. Jacs t.rsnd ilam ot iiha jrvs, good mares in and City, Tonn. 8'j, Sigran S'11 J$, this section. noble Wilkieiuout 18, Walloon out ol" a splendid jennet v. Ill male lhc.caoii II) MAMIIKIXO CIIIKIVsire ol I.ady Thotne Or.Menagerie us a benefit to the New record t iH clcphonc 1 40 and other. Three if the above oflEooatmy stable bctwren the Dnvisilla aMil Thr real value in Ills pediurve rrtt in Dam leans Lodge of Klks. Kvery year the record were mvde in in 188J, the remaining ton thai h reprecnts Iwrse f individual the fact Manfnrd and Danville and llintom We pikesat j Dim I'ortm. hi- UOEIIt CK. merit, bv Wllt)p. . THE COMNERCIEL HOTEL Elks receive a benefit and the perform- were made in ib. .in both sides were both i.ir hue II Y At.MONT.33 and piodurers nt horsos tlit rould B" the 'I be above retold it no mea.nra of his tptxd; $8 to Insure a Living Colt. Manager J. It OWENS, w rex net ance is generally given in a theatre or dam I.YI), (the dam of End) Majolica 1 c by rouloand set the monev and llavelock's tolls him logo under so thU I'sll. from ijoikI mares will do likewise Mare pai ted with lorfeiit insurance and mey V VOO w III make the srusau on the laftn f V. Maggie j ia$ Kroun - Kentucky. hall, but Mr. French being a brother Elk damsofChief 4443 1sire of Lady Majolica 1and the falls due O II. KXC.LF.MAN im 5 II ume .V Co.. silver Creek, Ky Harrodsburg, Altamout 2y by $50, Money Duo miles fn.n when Mnro Provos Kit limond cm the l.aisoa.ur turnpike. ami a kindly disposed one at that, ten.uainnrinn c niei hotel of Director Dolly, with Foal. I have taken char.' el this popular dered his talented performers which 1 jdam FAXX1E dam of Onward danttfi iiv of , 17, 'Ihorndale 3 t and intend to run it in a first class manner in ever) At irina 1 S, John F. I'aynp 45 Ho"ri 3 papered and painted trom made a grand success of the evening. Ed respect. Itisbein bylStm rnklin, on of fianac, on of Fear top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and Curtis had for lilt oldest colts arc earning the occasion imported a naugh', .Vc Den Franklin't dam by Jlinscn'i 11586. everything done Is make it pleasant and comfortW ill graze mares at 10 rem. per day and will Copper(Httom. id dam by SaxWciuier, son of able for guest. The table shall never ""I"'8" basjso profundo voice, which he used Standard, XV 11 ,; take alt Ksibb-- irt.butare not rr sponsible far SlKKD ltY J'Al.ADINK Sir Ari.li), son of Imp. Hiomi-J I.. UWLMs ed by hotcNin this section ai tidrnts or escape. , with startling elTect in announcing the Abdallvh MrtmSrino givev ra. e hore iiialititrt 1 m lly liambli'toiiian lit, dumby A.ueriian Star s RXA.M A CO sir. Tbis).iing rrwidsier stallion i an inbred f.obl to the coll that he 1ia produced. They are dam POCHAHONTXS.by American CI iv 1, dust foaled ill April, iRs Is bav full inhaiidi, performers. Messrs. John Davenport peed, courage and Id el heads, nith (sire of ihe dams of ji in the 1 wi list, q in sttetdv tnd tinvxcclled in l)lt. attioti, rlaisli and Xo C. A. BENEDICT & CO., stand hard trainiu ami Jese Brown acted as ringmasters Ihr mamma to irrow n into popularit) more home in bv C M Clay, J r irenf the dant of 10 hi disposition rapidly Kentucky has 1IIJ F.VXv I. si I.I ION, J jo) I trial j bmther mare has same hai Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, and Mr. AV. H. Quinnette as clown was than hrmch and with theIfou rla of hors with 1 dam MARY NX, bv Alexandor AbdalUh 1, eurullold trial 1 to FtlbMontrose, A;. Cnrinnr, j4 und the speedvand nototlety. wanta pained (sire of the dam of Jerome F.ddv 16' ., premium. ill 01 'JS. Sued b) il aadi (clddust inimitable and kept his audience in con- run clad rontlituiion etc. then breed t" Abdalluh TANFORD, KY. 4lOr(b lioltldust tso, by Vermont Morgan Closi ij, eli iMriiof HautbletoniaH 10 producer and Uo Mainhriiio. stant laughter with his quaint sayings lume da) will Ho is noteda (Treat daw sire er related to Mauds io', and Johnston o al drov.ii, j ar old. iv. PODINKit n be a prtiotent old Well drilled to order and Pumps furnished at and comic songs. hands, tine t; I.', hundvimrly proporlloned and lb in any other sta'lien the tirt Mr. Chatles llowitte, jo 10 trot Hi piiblb as fmt is j factory prices. .ire of Ciar W ill very prownnt lie combine in ilamllelittiian-Suir-Cla- r of at our $100, With Return Privilege. of with his clown song, "Bold Mclntyie," tt, dam of Rosalind Wilkes theis:fastest mare n, from mske the , a.on lunula cnoiiti, tlsille on bdallab crH bat kd by Alexander's Mill.dge.ilie, Whtrlwuid ami should produce great tM'cd mid rnaarkablc the Wilkos fainil) , ttcrd i Slant r. and M II. .1. Mile pike, at was the Hi dessrendiinlt ure ti'itstH to ptovc I'anii) (lolddusi t 3'i. Fwilelle 1 tS ! brought down the house. There perfotm- Dam llorencc. dam of I telle by Oolden great, upim ihe trail and In t lie Hud usual bareback riding, trapeze $20 to Insure a Mare in Foal, MinijO Chief, son of tiaff Ciiaet 5131. Over 300 of ihe ifoiinersliae a strong in ance, juggling, and, in fact, all the clever t will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for m forma llrji b) ihe easii, $20 to Insuro I U E D II I' R I X C f. V S SI. person fusMliot (riddd.Kt and Moraan Mood lion on con m Inn of anj unauthorized acts which tend to make a circus a real Dorsev (Votiblust will makethepresentseasnn.it Mtines due whtn atare is parted Ity Woodford Mambrino Ji nh Mar. g rated td . reaaunabls) Xl Found Cutting- Timber or Dam- circus. Cleopatra, the trained elephant, ditm I.OTTIK 1 ;8, hr Hanihleionian 10 (sire of Telephone to all points Mares hrrj 01 ;he Ml place miles from Mxi'turd on lluslonville slide fororauv a.at ideal hourd pntes ur rp. . pike at am o ... the dt.ni of Irinket 1 14, bs I'nnccps. (ienora sbarea a syeeialty. .Mart trnuird at Jor nr did some clever tricks and was ably managing any Improvements till! ICt a leaullfal red StKr.'l, ria) mat.r s, a iu',, b Princep., Ireenluiidcr 19V br bat at oiwr's tab. Uuod care taken of and tail ij hand Inches hi(b , was fioled Scj $20 to Insure a Living Colt. aged by her trainer, Mr. Harry Heed. Princeton iy, , bv I'rincep. r.arl i risk. Mares bred to ni) lntk and then I. ml to f", a perfet seddlt horse On the following propcrli 1". is. is by Pnnceps. other stack, the money due Mares brett Hflo (.ill l.dste .. shooed last seasno as a ) .' Petit and McVey thrilled the audience kept on reason Mt terms. Marts a ten dam Mnllic dam of Klfie De.ma J 1, t.otue j parted with forfeit ihe insurant e. old and took Ihe swecnsiiake premium at Thefarmsat Highland known as W A Cash's, I r. oJent I haltHon tfien but not by licni; Island isiuik Hawk 14, word j a ore uk) trail, and nae enud the sr. George laugh's, llastin limit,', with daring trapeze acts. Miss Inez rai'Fim Hutchi-on'Daaulb na In hw ossm tit.g at ll.uro.i-buiot rnncf 14'j, A. Krandsirc of tv with rti - teof Sjm Colbnm and J P. (.ray. boi' men ol F. REID. S S. Young's mere place, W. TeTliosc a ho wai.t to breed lu a grswl saddn H. I. YoHng, nier displayed some wonderful molar orils heltiiv 2 ji, and t.reens ll.thaw mill 10 evp. notice, who will he" peaed t'.t hal dl vour Mallion are tordiallv lavllrd In Iml it otir 1h rry', Win. Long's 1 10 ncrlnrmers sunk for )ou and see him move. At Cox's (lap W. Hutchison's 4oacrefarm, tenacity in her iron jaw act, and Mr. dam bv l.ellfoiinder sire ot dam of HauililetuImported reiilerod Iterk shirr h.igs for He seas sired by Second Jewel, he bv Cuanm Freeman and R. E. I.arrun's timber tract on Huck man io for card of exletidrt! pcdigiec rtt,. bv uld Washington Deamart ham's Jewel, Creek, 307 acre, John Turnbull's, sacres, John John Ames twitted and intertwisted ' dam bi i'anll 6 oliritd Harris', 90 acres, 11. himelf several times in his challenge His hrt 1am Miun.e, by M IK.aald' Buchanan'., 30 aire, M.J. llal.fid dam bv elK I lusadi-Powers', iwi.ni.ren John Anderson', 14 acres, his dam by sioll, sail Ja kson, hs y Washington Denmark, he Wash Harri' 3; acres, Freeman', 800 acres, contortion act. John Davenport, Jr., ear Old Retold llUi s Denmark, hi hr.t d..i im Robinson Mill tract, I. Tobln's farm, Itryan. rua.ler tr ' Staodaid Old W hip , a.l iara j Km sy M. imtair mar. WILKES. Kfdd'sfarm, Joel Petrev's farm. A. Couch's larin, bounded successfully in his jockey act M , .,.. . , W. Collins' farm, on Gfidc Ridge, (00 acres. Hen. and also did some good baieback tiding. llitMvM l'ln S VSl'IDi'l-- . suNK Itaroe, it. haad. itwiled la, 1M3. M:n.,r' viairrs. Ilrurv Miller. 411 acre. Milled.esille. ' 'iii lllack Slalhoii 15'. Hand Ilil., loilrtl 1W7. ly a.-.- Semi-Week- Interior Journal French and Co.'s Shows. I Maple Shade Stock Farm. Faulconor, Boyle County, Kentucky. I'rlnt-epsha- s BB.AGA2TZA. i8o 1I9. , ' YAZ00,11799. 71 111 I ( ) P- 1 allen ALLEN I Abdullah Mambrliio -- Sir 'William Lylo. , 11 two-mil- v ji-,- Johnson 1 )) 1 - anei-sttir- s 4 1 1 -- -- 17-- 1 Pudlnc Dorsey Golddust; , 440 to Insure. 111 e-- ,i 1 1 i) 1 a 1 s.li Kav-m- 1 tal-Is- GILT EDGE! . iv $50 REWARD - llavclok a 1 i., ii 1 I'nn-re- ii. - slo-'k- , 1 IVi-on- il 1 - s, g I I ' sab-Sen- I C. If. CROW STAR in Spc.-d,h- IElsrODE3. br. I - r - , l- -t v I . . I 'lK. re8t, 0 .J,,. cOUipailV Were lip tO the Has leisr 1 m. " 'I Mi W ;(!)toir, Arrs9 ! Harpinus; he by Hamblctonian; he by Imp. Messenger; d dam lied liird by Cannon Whip, lie by lllackburn's AVIup he by Imp. Whip, he b) Saltram dan. bv Hrrod; 3d "dam a thoroughbred marc by Imp. Diom.-de- . Hay Messenger's dam Money due wh-toll . foaled, lien retained 011 was out of a full blooded Messenger mart- - and b) O A. LCKKY Sstuiford, K. toll Imp. Rockingham m 7 Rkhclicu was the most fashtonahl) bred trotting hore in Aroetitaand the uinntr of more' premiums and purses than any other hrrse in Ken- - i tucky. Happy Uooslera Waterloo's dam by Helm's erkhire; he by Imp. Yorkshire; dam by Weisiger's Heishar-ar- : W'm. Timmoii, postmasterol Idaville, Indiana, more for me rd dam by Kossuth ; 3d dam the limed ro.111 mare writes: "Electric Hitters has done pril ji!i ll.i) stallion, 16 hands high, baled than all other medicines combined, for that bad owned by Joe Helm ami attcrwardb) X I l.ee. iSSO His lit dam by tjray I agle; d .lam 0) Cop feelinir arlsimr from kidney and liter trouble.' Waterloo trill stand at ' John l.eslle, tarmcr and stockman, of same place, Hcwat-ireby .Mtsen;erl hief, perbottoro, At Jr., by Mcstenger Chiet, sire 01 Maud Messenger ay: "Find Electric Ilitteis to be the best kidLiving Colt, $15 to ney and liver medicine, made mc feel like a new iol, ; Jst dam Jennie Elmo j to; d dam ht Mambrliii..Messcnr; ,dilam b) Mambnoothiei, t man-- " J. V. Gardner, hardware merchant, same b 'leinpt-st- . says "Electric Hitters the thing for I will a No stand at the same pi atbdam by Imp. Napoleon, town, mi fine .tk, 6th dam by t'ijer;7tli dam till dam hv Darnab) s Dn a man who is all run down and don t care whethCannon Wms, ,tli d.im l.v medc: Mh dam bv Meta-nger he lives or dies, he found new strength, good er Chief w .r. d I13 shipp f Paragon appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on .vitouiKin 1 iiui, isittaiti ny ..larfiurino .icst-nclile Onl) joi a bottle at A. R Penny's dru;; ( VtSlOl' Iiwiire a Eivm; ,. It M nev due at u darn i.y .viamnnno t niei, ,e lie sireo .viauc li re tailing tune or lien m--rn ortc-- aim lie is Messeirjrr 16V,; tel 1 'J' Marvel ' ; Man a br.un jack with while i.duts. K Id Itoberl II lunc mng retold J J5, trial in "Do you ever receive contiibutions and lull ones and i1, he high Phillip iwittenon both sides of the paper?" ask- King William hi. id by King tlewas irru by lltn's Abdallahinnert last sired by Alexuttdrn's bdal Pik wt.s 1st dam lllack ed a gentleman entering a newspaper of- - Satin Jennet: she was sired by Kiag Phillip; nl ' lah; ist dam lllaridiiia . Mambriao Clncl He dam by Mwrccas.lt, he h) Jim Porter, Thw Jatk tucsl Pickard a ibM, Red Jim und others. In1'', "ao. sir. never, ciiminiticnllv ie . . . ... . has protcn hlmclf a nnehreedVr bdallah (sire of ki sdvk's Ham number of his Alexander's piieu mo etiitor. ngiu, i was going du have sold for i o at h earning time Mxtoniun. sire of t'VStwl iimsiii. tu eiulorue tins check to vour order, inn Mone due when ihe ...It i foaled r man- parted Maid j 14: .Maxar Edaall 1 to, who 111 turn stred with I. ten retain'.! til: laottei .s tsai Koitert ilci.regor j 17. aire 01 is unit vm.itgor J don't want you to break your rules.' . .eVJi , Ac, ,Vt I' W I.uOAX. Hwner Then he went out. lenvinir the editor in St. hlino.rit. td 1 h., was strud 6) Vlexattder deep-greeXlvdallah. dam said 10 he by Imp llellfoumter.Ac. study. Vonker's Mutes-ir.aTivc'nv i th" ort t J alutiibrnto Chief, the "itu of ihe sesond dam of Mcsseuger Chief, Jr. si red the great Lady I borne .11, end Mnmhin.to i'aleben; who In tuin sired A Child Killed. other in 1 . and lietier London 1 aujf and and also tired the dams cf l.uy Wil e . t J3 ; imther thild killed by the use of opiates jisen .1 ur direct nictiVns in Ccntrul Lnioli de- Wilku a it and ihe dams of 15 otner with lb in tlje form uf soothing syrup. W by mothers give Will in. ike the pot lor sauii t iu record ..f ,inlld helte- on Itie Ki hn iiie li .r tneir children such deaifly imisuii i surprising eat ..I I am Mulligan Points, Chlca; St. Louis, He will staert ibe i.i at nt stable when they can rebeve the child of it peculiar be perniiittsil to erve mar. s ai Huffalo, Detroit, Cleveland, near Turnrrsvilk at troubles by uiing Dr. Ackur's llaby oothr li Indlanaprlia and the West, Soil by A R. mi tains no opium or morphine to Insure, a Living Canada, Xew England, a Living Colt. to Penny. Money due when the toll utks. ? Id Life Worth Living sUu.l.iir a.' , We will I'orao) Wilkes, Jr., han-- i i J a oeauufpl No If yonpi tbnsugh the itrll;.i Waahington, lMltitinre, Philadelphia, , high .uiT has .plendiil ive andaition He w a pottthre Dr Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets ar. a (Quickest tmit n H.irr- d.iirj, Frankfurt. Ki sired by Lcli ber s 'I oihu.v Wrhe. Is b) II irrj Sll..i;c.t -- I..! Kb hmaid, VIKI'.IMA ihe worst forms ot dvpepia, uidittion, W hy (JuaratUtfa and old bv Wilkt', record i. ; he ul .11 illion 11. . , rei and iotitipatioii line In i,ni. ' Ai S7 to Inauro. ord ia. tbesfreatot 11. i A R Penny. Fir-- t dam !) !.' stoncwab Jai t on. me sire f S. noii is due i. ben tnetnar. I parted wall more jft d uddle iliar ai. I . A II I. I 'her s'.U.ui I.Ov - It Caji't Sloop Nlffhts rn Keatutli H.wda.n w. know u y .erb .li I the onuiolaint of thousands suffering from W 111. I ss mare M tlte old I III, C'iMI INhD Si VLI I iX, Solid Train-- , naggtgt citrs, smoking cars and consumption, oughs, etc. Did sou evi r try The Colt Ull'1- - 1 ..I fr.r tN or coaches, Pulluian iloutbiir sleeueVs through withDr. Acker EiyjIUh Uemrd- It i the liest prtp I I ' in N C " out charge m. (bill. .n oga, llirmiiigham, Me'id-- i ..ration known ler all lung trouble. s,d on a touue ii"ns nn louie f"r Knox positive Kuarantt'c .it in anakiiw dirt-vund .cut. by A R. I'enu) Title, Asiteiiiif, l.fn. !i urg and pmritti in tne -, deno-mnate- cities on the Ohio I'.iver, and 'Chicago, and hencr the fastest time and most comfortable trains between all points in the Sout'i, or to the West and Northwest. The counterpartof this train on all The Limited Express trunk lines is The superb rolling stork wc employ glvis patron. Unlimited Cmlnrt Say Mcnon, get Monon and stick to Monon, il you want to save nione) and have a pleasant joiu ney For lull inform iion. time card, map, folders, etc, call on or address . I'. A., l.mii.ville. Ky. W. U. CRI'-II.- T IAS. KAKKKK. . I' A . Chic.uo, III U. M. ROIIKRTS, Agt .Stanford OrW Bucklen's Arnica Salve The hest salve in the world for cuti, bruises, hi trotting and combined stallion vs ill make sores, ukur, sa.t rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap-- l ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup 1, nu I lions and positively cures piles, or no payreqmr East of MilJeiigcviHe on turnpike road uJilic to th ..raving ed. It is guaranteed to five perfect satisfactior, aiamoru. Description Waterloo refunded, LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI or money A. R. I'enuv, t'nee 15 cents per tx .iru nred, niti..and Pedigreenigh, wclgns isoll stand Stanford, Ky 17 hands Tor sale by inaguitkenlstiluaiirt action imd I n urt- - foal Daily, Secures tj Travelers, getter; his progeny combining speed and first- Remarkable Rescue. ciavi s.iauie qualities, mc nas ret ra 01 a so. Mrs, Muhael Curtain, Plainfield, III , makes the ROUTE statement that she caught cold, which settled on byHe is bj Richelieu; he by Mambrino Chuf; lie MOST Mambrino Pirmaster.'he by Mambrino: he her lungs; she uai treated for a month bv her by Imp. Messenger Ever attempted between the cre.it commercial lainily physician but f;rew worse. He told her First dam Helm mare b) llay Messenger: he by '() tOUISVUtt.NtWAtDAWYg CHIC-VC- Rt JSr w standard and diii very well, and the audience showed their appreciation by frequent demonstrations of applause. The Elks should feel proud of the cordial patronage given them and French t Co. are conscious of having done the handsome oneol the stables at Pen- trauk and will run a general e Ar Farrr SIRED l. I.E. WII.KES Breaking and Training Stable. He has Fad suHicient etnence to make him an expert in the and Ins rjit-uibescri reasonable line him a share uf .ur patronage. 'u-inr- s ll b-- i) 4$. 1 1 SIRED IIY RIKXZI, (Full brother to King Krite Jo Forrest . r thing." A NEW FAST MAIL 1 WATERLOO. 1 i,-- THE RAPID . she was a hopeless victim of consumpttou and that d no medicine could cure her. Her druggist theusuof Dr King's Xew Discovery tor Consumption; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from rirst dose She continued its use and after taking ten bottles she found herself sound and w til, now dees her own housework and is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of this Great Discovery at A II store; larje bottles 501 and i. at dam Kate, by C.ill' Vermont 104. id dam ltiaik Emily, by Helm's Yorkshire jddam Little Kmil), by Wugtaer. ) Imp l.eitantl an. 4th dam Kimly bv Pacolet 3th dam I. yle WiUrs 463. sire ol Dans ilte Wilkes, j.tj. Koaatj 1 jv,, Matlle Wiltes j 1 s Chief l.ulu U'llkc ;8, trial . 17, b licorge Wilkes .. Ky American Clay 34. d. by k, dam ; Chief It jdduin hv d imel Kr.ton j jot, C.eorje Wilkr 31 ,, sire ntisj pcrfotioersin j. jo, more than an, stalllsm Itviig or dead b j.-ll.millonun 10, irrof 41 performer-i- n dam bv Henry C!a OKI's Yirmoat 104 ire of lluiuirr Hoy j j.t, lll.uk Maria, j nuie if.ord the dams 'of 1 lie Kintf v'-,- . that o.l tor bit price. Count Wilkes r. .. (iambctta Wide 10. Xclk--v I. is. Abel J !s. Col. t'radshitiv 1 ', aud several. ittt ers in the j:m list: bv Duwmnir's ermoiit siii of Jam by Hart lay's Coliiinl.u-- . lllack Hawk s STAR WII.KES 1. fine salted and as band you can find in the Wilkes family. some a cult He has never been handled (or speed, but will tint fast when handled. He will make ih season of 890 at my plate j mile from Stanford oil the Danville pike at 1 dam hy Atmant a o. son of Alatoai i 4am by t.urrartl hlrl, sire of lk.i! Dsvhc a J)i. dambytirey Eagle H4Hr's sire of ad data ol 1 Ed Barlow, 2375. ('standard Ruler f (range tesinty. urt Snt.1 by Casteiar leeo Woburti Maid, b W'Mhurn !.. ( Fhe dam of Carter, ) ansl dam hy a M amkriao horse r id dam by Mambriao t'lvteliar, itxj h Volunteer, is, site ol M Jul lent i.S, eie ; isi slam Mat Nedisve by lfi SBCSSmI. i.otd-mit- !o, I.ady Davis 1 dim kv Coppeilxstlsssa.sire of da i'r it 1 Mam-briu- , it ., having horse of great natural third be a' at made a record of (Jrs tsMand very slow track. 'I h i no mark stf hi otcra speed, as he h is shown trsati in t1 and quarters Wry hands )4 seconds; which ss a ralunl j h some and otooi Itk . ami alter serting n Hmiteu nnmbor of mares will be worked foe a fast record Mambrirso With the blond ol llaaibl.-Soi.iau- . Chief .Pilot, Jr .and U la lorrest, and at gteat an individaal as ne Is he sassnie, make a steal 1I00 al Ibc slot k horse. Will make the ea ,, mile stable of Pen. e A Farri at their ira. . W esiuf Sianfurd, Ki , nt 1 111 . il, of lUsil Dakr b A Ulack slallion. haadthsgh, fsmled 1M1, btri ;, Mrsv-ssf-e- SSSJI I f I dam of Arllllerv . Pnlf.'. f'l.v Ir.e-rjh- j I front u. llambU loi.n,and .Mi.s t orlet ht sat dam I.. lonl.y. bv I'ridav . table. I. Ikirlow will .land at tsie 1. Amrru in Star, 14. Wolv.rn by ! lodcii in., autl IWrlrah.' id t'am bv h 1 mlf.M Mlf'. C... t to. t ist dai dam, th' i I 11 $30 to Insure a Mare in Foal. l stanfrrd on thr new White Nak and Dii Ki.er lumpike near Dihldcrar' Mill y, mile- - 1 $15 to Insure Living Colt. Colt. e Mares parted with forft't Mare kept reasonable rite-- , but no rcsp.mil ..It lor e I will also gne a Jio premium for the ih.k ta,e or JO idem coll and l7.s lor the best horse toll ol l.d Hai low t set to be shown in Stanford the first Monday in ( tober., ikyi. Also my )oong a . At $10 to Insure a Living bt . KHTG BTJCKDEIT Will Gover's Messenger. lr pcriti.l'ed o stite or o riares at $10 to Insure a Living Colt. King Hucl'lem 1 bright ba without any while is ijl, hands high, fine inane and t ail. of haeac lion ind is a natural saddle Isjrse He 11 by silver King, the great premium hotse, d dam by Denny's 11 dam by lurp lluebden Diennnn. S.l ilam by 1'ilnuirc I ilm re ji a great h"iv borst inlu la ir wis by Mont re b I ran' , tt.ui goinerv's hip ami out f a PKS'l I JOE EMBffEE. will rric .4 few good mares at VI lr inure a In J.m: Is a red sack, t years old the i ilk ! tig sell la-- i October. He i nt, hands huh and of fine t)l and attia. Ilrrd bv l'e)tn Kmbrrc, af I. in u!h rnuiiiy.atid ba a double trossof Jihi Porte. A bin retained on em all coll t till the .easoa paid. Mne slue wl.cntae . .all tome, ur mar-paitI .M sPooNAMtlRK. with i ;m Sianlord. Kv Insure a iiut OUgliltCi A r A l:K!s, Stanford STEVE WALKER, s -- BREEZE i II WILKES! tfldard . j r 111 ' I j, ... ".n ... , , - I .Tir. 'a n n. Tommy Willses, Jr, ott-sel1 1 11 1 Har-01- I sea-m- "aSe.wVorJx Hostoii, ;$10 Colt.i$10 Insure .1- 1 - !, ct l,m -- BLACS JOUST, j ' 1 at . OoVUOKiCtVAsS) .n, Charlesi.il, l'.ritu-ii'x, Lake V 1 it C'huttaliiMia h fur ibnu, Columbus, Wilrning Augusta. Mt'ii'i sjianmih, Ciij I huiiiasville a. ul Fl.OItl-passcn-.ge-rsi- D only lint- running solid truins with choice Pab.ce liipuir Curs to t'irtlitsaii Itaudoi-n- r rhaiic lor any tla of haggage Seltua and Montgotnery, Huntsvillc, Decatur, ll'lorence Memphis and All KAXSAS ointi. Shortest and iiut ket to Vnmston Selina, Direct lonne. lions made at NEW OR. LEANS without omnib'i transfer for Calicstsn, llouMoii, Austin, - 'x.'iu. ir Mo-bjl- e. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. and Yicksburg, The only through lint t.. I . Miss., Shreiciiort La., making cirett t oiiiiccuons foi Dallas Fort Worth, svitliout omnibus transfer Austin San Anttuii., El Paso and x.iitsin .. (liiaranive Dr Acker's I Hood Elixir, for it lias '.HV'i fatly deiiststistrated to the people of tills touii-- r Maliognliv foaled In that it I superior to all other preparation for it) .Diiaiua b) 1; bonds. hi.b, he by Jot ikS; AoI rial loVw, blood diseases. It is a positive cure tor syphilitic dallab, aircofi.iriKm 1it ; he by Si KliH" 3 In j tu 1... poitflntng, ulcers, eruptions and pimples It purihv Alexand-r'- s bdalluh; he bt lluinbletmuaii fies thewnole system und thoroughly buibls up the Kvsdyk's Abdullah ObU'.oc s dam by Willi. t (1. constitution. A. It. Penny by Foreigner by linn (loncoc bv Diomede bv Me:senger Joe Abdullah' dam by Mambrino A Duty to Yourself. Messengir. Victor Abdallah's cam auny Ramsey, by livii-r- y surprising thut tieonle will ue a comuioli. It is 2 st. sire of 10 trotters and prnduting dam. ordinary pill when they can secure .1 valuable liug-lisl- i Faniiv's dam Pus, by Xicbola. b) lluiisou, bj one for the same money. Dr. Acker's English Park's lligblaiidt-r- , bi Hunt's Highlander (imare a positive curt- for sick headache and a.l in ij7i. Pus" tluni b) Imp. Messenger. iv er troubles. The v are sina'l, sweet, easily taken Ieur's ildin Lilly Dale-- 1 jolt,, by Hunt's Comand do not gripe. For sale by. II Penn) modore. Commodoie nut of Elira Jenkin hi Ainenian Eclipse,- lie by Dura, h, out ul Miller's I Damsel, by 1 Diomede, dam hi Imp Messenger here IS a Uirjie trade HI alligators aloilj; ire Jaine It. Clay's Ashland Mambrino, tllf Florida rivers. A fair blecillHMl is,! e. worth SKi and with hUoes occ.,-- 1 at my farm mile from Stanford at i the season and sioutiUy make two or three captures in 1 ne-ro- We 'Can and Do Victor AMaHali ! Harrison Chief, Jr.,!! W .11 mat. ihe ani of V lord at $n the ,.t int simile at Stan- -' ason ur '. In tin- morning, I O SOS TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. For through rale corre. t county maps and full information call on Agent at Junction Citv. Ky., HtANKW WOO I LEY. or address liav Pass. Agt Lexington. Kv. D (. C.C. HAKVKi . P AT A., Clminnati O I o I hurried or ditlitiilt breathing raisin - nhUcm. tightness in the chest iiuicbent'd pulc, clnllincst in I lis- - evening or sweats at night all or anv of these things are the rrrt slaves o- coiistimptinn. Dr. Acker's Eng'ith Couj'h Kerne dey will cure theo fearful symiitom., and is sold uuder A positiiu ifuarantco by A K. I'tini), DriiiK'"'- - That Terrible Cough ' I $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. II DA1ISI, blanf. rd, K. ii-.- ttt i,.-o- j I Regular Wilkos Dark bay m hun.l Foaled June, 1SS3 1 ! ' ' 'aled Mat 1. 1H7.,. ih a ru h Mahogou) b:i), 13, strictly fine hands high, heavy mane and tad; """ ''"" Vi ' bo in a natural and pleasant sudd ler, breeds lancy and when titt-- t I ' driven in harness c' a Iroller ntyle on both He is lugh-ta- il :ors sides to the third gctirratlon. is bneked by tlmr- oilgliort-u.in 1..1111 siucs, niaKiii 111111 viry aiinv Crusader and sprightly in gait; in form and finish a perfect Mr W. II Wilson of C viiilil.in.i ki He was sired by Suinpter Denmark, he i.i .. model. coiiiluni-'- l grldlnL, a full brnilicr of llarrisn'n Chief b) fiodd.ird's Deiunirk, he by .allies i Cromjr , inr ai.a'xi,wild .1'iotbcr combined $1,710 . Mr well's Denmark, he bv the ran- horse. Denmark iuo soiii two outers jt V,., he bv Imp Hudgeford Abe lleiiuktr Hit flrt dam was sited Joes so )Oiic in ee the breed of this liui-.- is more by Sir Walla, e, lie by Todhumer's Sir Wallace sought allrr than any otht--r si.illion a, (hey brin--- I he li) Sir Albert, (thoroughbred) ad dm by irginius by Tranby, thoroughbelter prh i" than anv otlier sbdlion dam of bred! he li) the ciltbratcd Mason's Whipp, 3d dam a Wlnpp marc. 1 1 Miin-ril.cii-s c . nen ihe coll tniues. muro sotil or truiisferre,) hen w ill be litlil on all cults until paid fur Harrison Chief lr Des iipliini am' Pedigree it M red sorrtl, stand it .'HOW ,..iviir In lic,,,flt years old this spring; has big tail and inane If is I.y Harrison Chief, he by Clark Chief, he sir of aily horde 3 iV llisilam Ltile, rlie dam of1 Hanker a ao1 The dam of Harrison Chief, by axon el W allon't. Mambrino lie nut of a Jr. is mitre by Alexander's Abdallah, adiliu. by i lie by Ulil Lexington ; 3d dam br Shawlmi'n 'I om I Hill, he by Hull Stockings: 4th dam hy rynvv ! Crui ket: tth dam bv llaltorn. btlnl.ini 1.. w $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, V Sound and all e' mares that arc nol regular broe.lers Money la- po.t.ts, ij'.', h ud t'lih. r .1 ., ire 1.1 ') Peio.ky. tt WUe.ji,. el trial t link tn.i I ... Kmg Pr'ok) Ir.ai i 19, M . old trial 1 to and live moir t, trials hate t iosf ktllor -- all in lot b 1. rtl.i iS i "nderfol for a , tear 1. si Jltoa with tiniiud epoortuniliesi hy l.ee W il. 1 a., sire ol lUrr) W ikr. , ,' l.uy Wil. t ind.r Ked W ilU. ' re of Prone Wilkfs I The a'H..r . leganily bred o - h.' ni the the WiUtam I. siie.il Vl:i i ear old tr.or.l .1 of iltai at "Mauies,' two 11. ikes liont l.un- - sold for il't; 00 an.i - ihe . o!) h'ttsc ikst slan ,.n Stanford Dike, where ilsr will U lou lid al $i,osw iheaeasnn. . First dam laWJar tdatpi ol Mvu.l Mt.oii,. idy toserte mare al anv by Itenih- - ltreei-- . site of Pearl ... .1 1 of Medium t AUTIII'lt hIMs, .,i second dam ICtlty kivtr i..,ui of I km. l.iri, II) lien Knox, rctord 1 '.. with 14 in 1 fi . astear ..1 J res ord tyur, low Ira. ky I,oiNi and if in it .lass t',en Kniv H Verasoal ' 'Abdallah, ire of (ioMsmnh Maid u. R.ain Hero. 111. dam Daughter of Xrilo.r dim isl i li . AlmtMlt. H. Itnont.A. Intra dam "y KeJ Jatkct,ni of lb. ,)." llourtHi t hiet, ire ot lain. I.ady Arthur, i l dj.-- . e. Lady Mi. Bid 1 n atttt many other eood oac arsd i KenUliVs W likes 1 '. and Lilly Arthur, thorough'. red He is a SoSdsi;,, I.i ie Wilke 141 ,. laiura H out of 7 ,. Combar ,irc vf Hrown i bay 3I, hands high am. has pro. en himself and M ill. ,1 tolij Ittd ilhesi.irc of Pnnir U.Ike Will stand .it a tine breeder 14 by l o.nrl, .. n ifsi ,; Phil Thomoson 2 tos, t an Monraa Colt. a $20 to Fourth dam an estra mar .uuu of Abdallah aid Messenger blmtl WYAXDOI1E, xsaf. Petosky tteorce Wilkt a ,2, iir-- t ,i I anme .dam of Ncllo- u'N'eal i,,irul bred on of Kstie lacksn j fi. . triad t h hi 1 vsr..i.i . .. Hv Metropolitan, one of th' kvsdvk'a llamhleioiii.in. lui'tk for hi " - j Charley, trml at ttearsidda a. antt 3 utb. r tl dam Cl..ra. tlw- touiu irui . mse 10 1 jt, u) iron s cumm,, m. luutecr. e Hxatvntb bs l mi of DeMei i 1; and Hictitor, ihe sire of Po. ahoatas 1 17tw.IV' Sue Diltttur 1;, I'll alia 1 i,"'., and Jay-KjIIREEZE w'ir.KKH wiM make the . .. 1, ilhan. Welsh, sstre i.)i at 01 pls.e ai; miles from sianforti k at dam Lad) W 1 li h v 10 , td I1npe11.1l t uS, and lemuiak Prime Itutb llran. h ftlke al I no. norseion an inLre.l . agoner mare Ilam- sins 11 per cent ' the old horse Kyolyk $25 to a IVIare in Foal, g bletonian Xo io, the lonadrr tf the gir.ile! famil) tbe world has ever known. rHirsiiiir throiis,h his ieini. froe.i 4 different chauneU vi Monty due tu' t is astetUilie.t or mme ' onnitei r, Metronoiil im parted with. xheii the Kvsdvk' CM s i s s. a.id Willi on Welsh I I KIS, I.aii. aster I. i Arthur Sims, 3041, Siaii.l i .'. Wyandotte, 111 5526, ri in I) Seal j iS, Dai.) ry l.nu, sac-wiw-i- it n t.;i. it. Jn-- d i. k Jt as-4-1 l. IV-a. cali f . -. I t- hatvl-sonv- e jd 1 V Insure Living f.i h s lt - . c -- i 1 e . -- 1 trot-tin- Insure v IHE I C siui h ,. MO.N, (I(NIJ)M)II! (Standard ,iii-jrl- il ), is-size- Wallace Denmark; Ofiltl lliij stallion, hind ankles while, fi.aled in by llreee. full brother Io M.01 i Messenger t ioV. First turn Lady Messenger full titter tl Maud Messenger a KtJ;) by Abdallah Mis,,enger sirt of the- Price horse, trial 1 ao, and other go.,1 Seioliil dam Elua Jane fdamof Maud Mutsin llrceie, sire ot IVarl t.,, 1 'third dam Kilty Rivers dam of Heme lot! j 17 by Mcxander's Abdallah. sire ol t.oldtmitu Maid 1 11 I'nsaliiit! 11 1;, c. Iciirth dan by Red Jacket '.ire of the dam c Kentucky ilkes ? alls, and the second dam, 01 .V.So it?-.- . I.iancWiket a4f, Laura Helle ton Morgan. rum mm an esira lust mare. unr.osrJ m I., cf Abdalluh and Messenger blood Messenger Chief, ,,reot M!,""K,'r a Kaihrrine S. j ,0! I ol llradshaw j tfoH, Abel Marvtl 'ja ' a Jane, dan, f Mju, MctUigcr 17iX V'm vvl ii'"-"- . ""V'.'. ' '" William ,,k".l'"r! 0(, Vl.Kc,, Wilke , 1,1 Phil Ihoiiipstm a ibv-- At) b) Comet, of .Ni.er-ma- I.entle girjir,, by Medium dam of IVarl 37. ' j ' j ix JltWIELD'S REGULATOR ilCt iTY oQWaSMf I r Iff JJ3 ill fo",'air" ' npy RfttU PA" ti'nOllntht0Y'lriiefulr ' 0 In MENSTRUATION 0H MONTH LV BICKNtSS TIkrWIN OURl Ha. CHrsKSC Qr m mmmmmSi. lF Ult GRtKT.CKHUtHSITtWHSWlLLrieWOrUUl ootnriein mnmyniu arnin -'" tciOKtAiLgtUBtn. -'- jbook ,TO"W0MAN'''''ni Tn ST1 1NTS l"""'nml A Lady In Texas Wrlton II V CI.A. WILKES to Living-- Colt. M) case it uf long standing; hat banted many Ilib) George Wilke. he h) llisdik's H.llnble- -' ph) siciati , bate tried every remedy I could heat twuiaii. 'i'i,u irsi uiim ttv iveguiar, ne bv voiunieer " : IV'X rot but Hratlfiel.l's Female Regulator is 'til tbu KegulHr Wilke is as hue gaiti-- Imrteas will be I. '"'. ""-- ? . Co lorj fotiiiifin I lie Wilkts f.onilt clicicdme Write The liradtiehl i,.a.L7hVh oiineV lie has never lui-,V '- F? : rihcr parliculais. Sold bv all druggists .. . . I : . handled fur speed but .an go ier) fust nice nurse.r....--- . i. 1... oalli ' out of- Mauil Is .. .li ol itiiitmy liiime two i..urs.i .. IMHIIslli IIC III JEW CI. Ill' IIV :r4lhl.l.. ' He will niasi-Ih"r. I'WI.IIIU 1 ton Denmark. Graii?ers ist dam bv Highlander. LIQUOR HAB milts friiin lluktonville 011 DanvIUc pike at DRUNK BNNESS-TH- B 2d dumb) Oliver: 31I dum by W'ooilpetkcr. IT-- In all the World there la but one ne Miig's j.i nam tne to a Living" Colt. Vaiiiueler's Waxcy, son olpremium mare Elfie by cure, Dr. Htilneu Golden Specific. llertltiine, uho was a thoroughbred ton of Alice Carnoal, ihe dam of tne IicaiilHgiriu in arupol teaonolTee without Lull retained toll till the senile money is noted race horse Lcviugton ll'u knowledge of the person taking it, effeciiuga paid Marts grazed ai reaxnubte X The King is a blood ba) wih one hind ankle ; tpeedy and permanent cure, whether the patent atcideuts or escapes whltcand sniuin fate, goal mano and tml -- o,.i moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. . ' J T LAND, liuiie and extra stj lr and I1.1t ncier met his eoual ' 1 nnlnands of drunkards have been cured who Mnrclatid, Ky. as a saddler. 'I'l.c King stands 15,' hands hi(h have taken the bolden Specific 111 tlietr colTee believe they without llitfr knowledge, and In these ipiit drinking of their own free will. No harmfu-eil- et The price of ice in Philadelphia has and in thesepedigrees you will find rayal breeding stallions ) on u.llsei' Individuals of t results from UH administration. Cures Send for circular and full particular. Ad. heen fixetl at ?l per t. WV fear it will rare beauty nnd as breeders second ta mine. Send - bo nr. Sfgtiric Cu contidcnisdrcs 183 jiiir marcs alien- Ihcy will Ii iiroperly t.ir-- d " r ' . s l.igh, weight pounds ' his tine s.i iM e stallion will dial e th e present seusiiu ai same piaie ai 715 tile eatoii or I I the '"' Kraro r dam TOM KOI5INSON, Denmark aboic. 1st dam bi Miller's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark; hi Stti id Walla. dam by Old li'";! 6, $20 Iti-g- Insure a i. ..;. ' n....;,! I'lorue ; ad dum b) Drt-niio- 'l. ii '' anu oiars wiiii - nd is:, natural ttddle, and has 'sOluir , 3d Tom is a riue shaped burstloiii,-oincr- n),', ) 1 1 ' I he above stot k will make the season of 1S..0 at ill) fatm iC mile Irom llusionvll e. near I arpen- 1.. sere in ires ur s -- tation. .11111 Mill ne hy the insurance, "i ''""' 'pen Maud Messenger .61,. hlm.elf'a of IirjldamSusmbySenliiicl - Vbdatlah Mesteugci b) Messeneer , eriiiru ,,. , ' , Arnim a 19I4, Vlyandirn . ji', full,lr " yoluntecr.seol St. Julien , ,,w. ,1,... Kim- Ititrr. u.rr.7t V ?.: iauii .Mettetiger . lbw, i,v ,11.1. .1 l Ul'r- "r 310 Insure 1 Wallace atS(5; Tom atSIO DENMARK LEXELL, i 1 y guar-fantee- d. 111 - HicSire t Cincinnati. he ahout here. c.T Sw'didi.i a 10. Xc He has .t..., other honte to Maud ,,, Vr tu ,' l other horse has ma 2 ie.ij ironer a handsome cult, of1 plenat l'4' Wl" "'ake ,ht 'C,',0n Son of Wallace Denmark, ' ' a n tine site and ul royal liloou. will be ucu privaiel Stock committed to my care and breeding w a receive my personal attention, brass furnished $15 in Foal, at reasonable rates to be paid lor before removal of stock. Xo rciKnsibIlity fur accidents or escapes. Monev duetth.il tie lack is ascertained Parting with ttntk forfeits Insurance anilmul.es pari.uwlth CHAS DUNN,S,a,,f ur rnir. Ky season due. J sriJI- - I.E CARPKN I FK Alcsander'. AM RKlfi'!'.,V Cun,l of Hambb-ionU,- , MorgaV, ncrnties 4 , Mambrino Chief 1, of Pilot. Jr.. tire of the dam, ul aUiTd SPilot... oS."rLv'" Eve-'se- e "" rf. "n"rmn Mg to Insure Mare V . ,y .. -- ,t