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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890041501 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. ?r "?t Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Happy Jack Grows Melancholy. if Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 15. IS90. DEATHS' DOINGS. I NO. 13 Prohibition Meeting. Harrodsburg. At a meeting of the prohibitionists of The Row C It. Jones, of the South- After a long and painful illness death I5e DECEIVED We liavo heard a ureal dual from old came to the lelief of Mrs. Kate Cook Liucoliufouuty held in Stanford Apiil ern I'lesbyteiiun ehnreli, a prominent o tcs about tin' many changes that have lltitiman, wile of Dr. Win. Hutiman, at r.'th, INK), John . Xeiil Wns on motion 'and well known divine of Frankfort, is louicrouudin the lic--l .0 years. There her home in Lancaster. Friday night. made chairman and I'. I.. Hinpxnti acted dead. as secretary. The following resolutions have been lotsof them. Nunc very sail Crit PavN has ahmtt completed the w. win neai ly "0 veins of age and as ones. There are the telephone anil the I!ev. were presented and unaiihiioii'-lpassed: addition to hi truck, making it a full Mr. Frank said in his heantlfnl dis- I, That we appiove the call mile and the grade on the hack stietch te.egraph ami the name old COLOSSAL cotuse over the remains in the crowded lorUkoi.ku a M.ue convention, to ne new in i.ex-He hasn't changed niueh. He still tries ,.,.i, .isii.r Christian ehnreh, Sunday afternoon, she' inuton Mav 1M0. ' Hex. Joe Young to oeat the telegraph ollicc getting the in cached at the Uurpen had been in theseiviie of the Lord :. . -- , Ibat .1. 1. Uackley, A.1. . I. .. .." i. 1.1.4 I. n w. Me ean talk a heap, hut he iiui'l I. tl. . .,!!.. S.I. ...!. M ' uigniitim .. Ill "- n. i . roweii. .i. j. win veHrx, having runfeveil His Name at the (, ' 'w'". , .miMiw. HHeii uie (. ..,. ...l. l. utif nitwiri ii lid nnv 'iitrilti liitiaiiifut tt'lwi ivia1 Kit wuhui- - iuiuiwii nil' . l'fK. lightning. I .. .. ' ' u.mu... ... Mr II. .11. ...... ...... .II. ' ...... Hr -v i 'i in, i.i-' . ... . i. ... 1. .!.&. .ll.li... lll., -- An " I otucr tniv aim wucii ne wi " ct has imsmI the l,t"1 a r of t() srt d convent on ',.' ",f to what it , ,,t'r .11 .v.),.,.,.l ..mil... didn't know ., , divide the town .,, ward,, wh.ch will he y ,lprt.to. M nm rj, MUSEUM, MENAGERIE and HIPPODROME tk(1 w(i h w.s. madefiu lo .Ike he Harrodshurg Isalwnv, trying to fnI)(, fore, in lavor of protnhition in its ' I.011I. how mail it tli "dependent list. imitate Oauvi le in fwivtlnnv In.shnn. four e dldn,, a,e left tosoriow estMsense. ,, (k.fl.;ltei, Tlm, at t th, made hi,,, when the iirst dispatch WH, oiT, ri or ' ' am Juil ,,et,l ....ntion'oviT mi irrt'immble low. ami iii their af- - Fehiuarv election h the tree use oi mon- r. ...V...I111 Muiifiinl' "Mv Morel, got .into a fight on Main street we are still opposed ,l(. u,tnm.M ,vIn,,.ltiy i, ox--. 1 ev ami whisky, ..n :,u , .,.. i,.,' '..n., to i ,f... .,.,,. Sntutnv. 1J.....1 .... m t., is gone, said he. V hen one otour law- c,v..ni a .V That in futuie ulections we will ,. ers went down to ... timeH hefme Turner " nt mm! l.m m -, ,0 , , .,, ' " , i..m ei- , " ' M aRI ..tveatsagotoplay Hamlet at Mncnu- - '""t,u'"'" 'M"-h,,0tktu Ultl " "" mul in the belief that He t,0 tratlic in intoxicating liipiors and are " , i..v s it !..Vd mirli .a serious uiRi-- mi him llrtefl all things well. The deciHl w.,s In full empathy with the pnreiph 0f rock and jiroceeded to wipe the street up that he was never we afteiwanls. and with him. l..th wen. loilgi.J in jnil and id Soceiv prohll.ltion. ' Ch.isMau ' Thllt II...I was a good deal the war w.th the w ? i'eeverv friend on .Monday trieil hefore Judge Cnrdwell . so mm n i lias imp hH in main f t,.in)(.nim.L. n,1(! prohibition in our te Male and the telegraph. (UM r "' "'".v1. and hei . sisters , tnrniHl out in a .0,it to unite with us in our eflorts to "IJniie" pion iias uelded to . . . llieoiil , alking dow n street Monday I met i..ii4i, i,.i..mo..nim-.- . fm... n... ,m.l a.,.! u. sugar nas ti eCliniiipion and very n mrmoriNl window in t10 ' thus pioiuote the uhiry of 5wl and the! an old knob man with a letter, whoak- aire totlie ivliniiliroiMi.tlieol.l-- i Irepiel g.vt-gofl of mail. - We ri,nr. ..,t.,, lir6,. ,,...,, a., ed me to tead it for him, as he was una"' "in. ...I ,..,! I....I 1...L...I irt b.ml JMtl I ions..'"""" """"""" ble to do so himself. I succeeded in Afu' the sermon largely ,, .lirect eo partnership with the sa reading rtiilofhricks. lias surrendered to the gran-- ' only one sentence, when he by Wends from Lincoln and j loon. Woliaxe alm.t i,i.it tapping """UMited u..ited ' S That the source hihI ennse of crime, 'seized it and ran. It began: "If you we Iloyle. slowly moved to the beautiful igiioiaimi and povery ear. never be made ..vv..... tl tiees in spiiug-tiine- , Wi Pcit e i h hi it At don't bring that lieiier biuk .u stole "' '""' "'" '- " hoi.omble l.v au.ction. iMn't get the "woodman to spate that -" and sold I'll have you arrested." He . . . brt.kfi. If. r.'.'.'ii. niiotlicr In l!. .fi.nii " , " " in motion it was rvsolvcd to make tree The annual "stirring oil juti' , ' ........ I III IIIIIU i " moiuer eariu: ami ineie me iran nomination for count v oflices to be fill- - hasn't been seen since nor the heifer. i i.i HIIOSS lll'lll u.ll .v.i. i.i. The new Southern Methodist church In.dy of Aife, mother sbter and Wen.l w, , thl. ilon .m), (.m,my here was completed last week. It cost Istiall ever remember with gladness was gently laid to lest till the imir! il.tv if. Milt "" f.trri,..! l.ttr.tl as the members something oer ? 10,000. It i..t aii'l the kindness of Aunt Katie's sweet ., v . .. ., .... . . i it... tiou morn. Mav it i.iiii. ii ine lime 10 eonsnier sam luiuiinaiioiis. lace, as s lit II til a satieei . ior nei niuu' fumile iiioiind he hiiiiic of (km!, is .1 ..tntif.il red urn k Willi !...'tiir...ir.nn. iii.ver I he cl.a.r appointed ,.n t heeked daughter ami myselt . hiuh nKi- - (( m )mlU(( the following n. a 0, one si,k, TOI111M.tC(l ,l. Miin (lonrs ,.rwillllls . M , ei lnorr t an a(J4erllW tn,rtMjucll,3 Jn ultM tnr.eoil, array of pre.enuneat committee to select suitable pemons to, 0 tjiat ,,u c.an t. thrown into ono when pnrnuiuM.c.irtri' loMecttd, ...repuMy nreuicd ami proudly .Emitted to the public itho..t love to think about alwiux. Aunt Katie n..,,, ' ,.,. ' mmmendtiou rhe mo.i i.euuurul Udv eiueitncnnnod daring bareback present to the May meeting for noinina-- , ,...,.,.Q.r.. The liiiildini? U . , 1, , has gone liome long years ago I see her with ,her than yea is, passed pHII ' l...w of cm Uie ,.nd t.irtlmK fealme, afifolute otismalit), marcl i . J. Q. Moutgomen, .1 T. a niriiace aiiti iigmeii .ov e ccrr iciiv. iiiei ndT nowliefor1 tin- jmliln little girl now, sometimes. She is ciuw-- i nw:,.v iOuidny evening ' lion, ..... . at t.;iO. He was IIU. i.iv1., Hacklcy, Drs. ISourne, I'ronatigh OKI Ali.ll.niliata ... Ir.ili. t.rmi.l ,. w. tl..t 'IT lug old, ami I am too. Her grand . i.vy. nil nri. ....s. ' . ....... ,A ,t 11. down town Thursday and Friday, he got T ...... I . . 1.3.1. I, t... ..:.. T,1 . ,. P .....l. V?.f.334 - - -" ! dreii are growing up mound her and I; .... ,..! , "- "' noii'.eoi worsnip, as it is iecnleillv Hie ".'" fi...ii ,l . 1. ... see I. eyes .! L.BBi !(lavvllitet i., .i.i Davis, 1". Kdmistou, i; ... I..... Tow ell and hailllsoinestand . m. urn sMrK.r l.er best arranged church v,lh a cJtill capacity for unlimucl tl.cu.und- - Hore CoHKreo. Tr lined AnimaN and Ancient f ' see how iiiilrh .lames Dudderar, When f"i them building in the tOWIl. It was dedicated C ,rn,:l10' K,lt. I'erfoiininjr T'ephant. I.ioti Multy Iloj. and Ir.iinr.l Wild AnimaN, Trick nothing serious was thought. In fact to world for Its peoole, The seel etary was directud to have Sunday by Bishop Hendricks, of Kansas St .llioli. I'o c and Mules in ..e . within a few moments of his death, he reuiein- almost forget my loneliness. thee ptoi ceilings published in the Istk- - City. A number of pioiniuent ministers CLO-W1T. was cheerful and joked as iiMtal with his in werepresent, among tliem Ir Joe Young, li is '""" "Vl . iiuooins. .ir. siMtr. .irs..i..i. ,htnomM,al M,d Wand Arenil thjmi',tt' fron' r " antal. Lerj- promise Aljounieil to meet again May There i mercy in eveiy p'ace of i nuisvillc who nreiohed in the ..fter- that a heart trouble wa, the )Ijv , u,M,, d.iuCy u.der.tood . ml merey'sencouraging thought, .rdPw8r As.h.iMeasUhanger, uh, and wrt.,l0lI8l. in StanfonK lu. ,"w,, on peron with their peculiar deut fr nif nieiiwp lOOK ior LIS lexi, under no cinunntances ill illlUiedlate cause Of Ills ;eatll, bill his even Hlllictlon a grace, t ' ' IMI'N0X' ' t0 V "AH Hail Hie Power of Jesiis' .Nallie." uidIiiiKtheunjr beulerated. ' 'iein?tOnunt in thciremp!o nd reconciles man to his lot." StOlliacll Wll4 ill a fearful condition. Col. !f. Blinke for nti limit .. ,.nr. .if..... FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Has the invsterioiw intruder in his in- - IMkin was one of the best known men in l and 7 p M I Hour Later. Pen which he made the announcement that Doors satiate thirst for "change" Invaded your this section and of him it can be truly W vsrEi). 100,000 pounds of wool a debt Of $1,VH) yet remained OI1 the A" t'nparalleteil, Ke.plen.lent Siret I'aru.leKRKr.TO VULatic... m. Open ilen of Rate Wild household and with Ills tinpUying laiui wid he had no enemy but himself. A " .T. Nunnelley, Manford. Cllllich atlll after that Was raised he' '!t,M ,w,,l tr..iu.Tin Street i'ura.l. I rre ehilitiou on (iroun.li after St.eet l'ar.i.Ie tarried to the grave one whom von had man of line senseand a natural wit, he J. S. mode sold to a Danville party would dedicate it to Christ. In a learned to fondly regard as the life of was a very entertaining conversational-yolillies at SVOO. two 'J vear-olminutes nearly S'J.'JOO was subscribed. life' Huh she left no little one as a ist and in any crowd he was the centre Hub MeAhster's ikmitaw ran second was through the untinug effort of left of attraction. He hn tiaveled a great reminder of herself? if so. to yon is in a late at Meuiihm Saturday. rolhtt that the cliurch was built' the eternal pain that only death can ie ' ileal, was a good judge of human nature lt. V.. Gaines bought of Win. I.ogan and lie deserves great credit ior his memory can sweeten, and could sie a man up as readily as heve that only wilt. HE A gelding for ?100. work. Kitty years ago, this year, a nice the memory of the loveliest spitit, the'anyliody Judge Burton, Hays the Lebanon linest nature, the truest heait. These Col. Klkin whs united in marriage to I'ntei prise, sold a CHURCH AFFAIRS. mule for Wallace, of Jetl'erson county, and vou ould once in the truest sense call Miss 100. After an exciting debate the Prince, jours. Your evei lasting gratitude fol- - she, one year his senior, survives him. James A. Harris, sold to Johnson, of ton rresbytery at Somerville, Iud., lows this noble woman to her giave. I te. They raised a large family of childten. Hoyte, 11 head of butcher cattle at to allow ruling elders to continue ' M P., A. , (i. S in.'i.ilier. I ;mI her to vou and death of w lioin T.S , V. cents. to use tobmo. cant take her away. he may have been K. ami John I,. I'.lkin and Mrs. t). 1'. W. T. Smith bought of Coll'ey, of Itev. J. M. Kvaus' series of meetings gone for yearn, butshe is yet your best Htilltitaii are still living and they were mare antiieC.it O. road from Vanceburg to itockcastle, a combined company. You may be often alone with present yesterday when all that was Catlettsburg, resulted in Mi additions. jot ?l..0. no ne but a fiiendly nit around, but moital of a loving and indulgent father Itobespiorre. a brother oi Jacobin, Paris Kentuckian. vou prefer being sometimes alone, rather was consigned to the grove in Lancaster Tenne.-se- n Derby at Memphis, Itev. I). L. .Moody observes that was won the than undeilake to entertain boorish com- - Cemetery. The funetal Are headquarters for IS miles, in i minutes. he doesn't believe the Angel Habtiel pany. preached at his late residence lit James Stephens, oi the teat Kml, himseif could come down and hold the .Sometimes when you get to thinking j o'clock yesterday by Itov. fcieorge Hunt, idiout how big the world is and how ma - Hl.r n,ich the iiioiiinfiil pnuession to sold to Hays, of Uockcasjle, 10 head of attention of a congregation that had dfco. at been busy reading the Sunday papei. in' people there aro in it, and that some lt be tomb was taken up. The death of si uh cattle - cents. -- HenSiott has bought UH) lambs to Brer Moody is right, unless Gnbe could one stands between you and everv one I'.lkiu will cause a pangofiegret in1 Plows! Plows! Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel b delivered July -- otir before at per do better than the average pulpit orator e, ma- t.-joii get lonsoine, yut theie aie , ,jiny a bosom besides thOO of his fanii: At the second-hanbook stores of Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those: no .! nchestor DeiuoiT.it. u comforts to bu fouiiU and enjoywil in j y m n eirstl hope that lifter lifi.V tit- I )t.c. t HiiK iii)viittit wviihin. rit tnttflir rj e i this eitv one sees dozens of copies of a i'iiif I' Mit lute solitude. To vou the world is ...l f....r I... ul....iw u,.il il.s.. plow warranted to a yeiirling Oily h.v (iatnud Wilkes once famous book, "Without Sciint." It ' P,ow cVcr had thc run "wt thc Ohvav has. i...tallthetiuiea"Hiii".uet hull desurt- i)r D.u.iel P. While !....! of tl. of an AbilallahMes'-eiige- r mate, for can bu bought for 10 cents and most of j firm of White, iirown & The twittering song of the inno-ed. White, ptoprfe-!- ' ' do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. the copies are comparatively new and t lit httle bird: the green sward that ear-,- ! tor 0f iiriH.n .(Vl.r Tobairo Waie lioliert bind sold to Mat Philips .s unthuntbed. This is the "Life of Oeo pits the earths hue Hie Mower that in- - house, died at liuisville. Saturday. ets. and (). Baines, the Mountain Evangelist." head of 1,000 pound cattle at in spiing-tlme- . .leiKs the iiiountani-togelding for which alt meted o much to 11. lt. Hoone n NcwsUhigh-tin- attention a few STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. ti.e sun that brightens the tlarkost day. ' This from the Inter-MaMT. VERNON, KY. shot t years ago ami which found ready skv that "glows in Itcuuty." with Its ly appreciated, even if the ed'tor did life and well All persons wishing Kurm of All acres of land on Crab . Hutel'.s hi. Thu old a. id sale at ?"i per copy. Louisville Post. nletued wife It I hem use Patent Klorr m.de at imagination to a considera-tcul- i maintain starry eyes that look on the sea," all draw on his Oichiml pike, :S inilea from Mtinfoid, for I he preservation of the statute of cory,aiui ,f tinrvmrr not ot it mi b.imi. ure niC Its fine rip iiv o. Charge - i ..Mr. s,pe. Joi kn m. it. sale. Apply at I.nti.hiuk .lorn.N.vi. oi- again This vou over and ovonugain and cialatte.i'i ntot' tr t.rl.n; ,mi m .... the Virgin Murv when evetvthing else themto kPMi or i;ct will order fr.... th.mand lirfinkiml is but a one of the best papers that comes to this ,. at ttie wmetv ; .! V NHlCdMH, Prop , le.iant and t get it at the guirimce was dest loved in the and inu resting (.unity l that olllce. It is cluar of tyographiil errors Mi Vernon, Ky, Mtrt of the itiniaiiioiiship John Mm phy has bought of SmlMi N I'll I IS, S 11 L. . at Louis- moital.s here below. Then and every is,ue is."chuck" full of news. lkullimilM ,lis Maion, shvlock, for S00 Church 01 the I. ...i has given ..,.,. ville is consideied a miracle by the Cath.... llis ,,,.... when you grow moody you have the Its editor is a Is.ld and fearless riter,! ,.,,....,....,, HARRY A. EVANs, olics, who view it with feelings ofieveren your ami the coming of his paper is hailed .May wood. li.imv ennsolution of knowing tliat ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, tial admiration. There have been several Mitiss.ppi alle lonely situation screens your sad pies- - with pleasure. W hen Mi. Walton took Nc.rt Nr-Soin- V Vcstiliulpd Trains tofr "I I).' The agiicultural dupartuuint icports we niiisi cnaige oi u m yeats ago u nan auoui that the average condition of the wheat instances of t lie wonderful preservation KV MANrOKl), once troin prviug curiosity, Philadelphia abide all these change, ssjiue one must "frazled" out, but fiom the start it lias ciop, taking the whole countiy through of these statutes. The Johnstown flood Baltimore, New York, swept away a line church and its mag- Engineering and Surveying in sull'er. The clouds of sorrow must weep made money under his management. At is .si per cent. all branches. All points I ait and SuutlicaM nificent furnishings, but the statute of anil the weeds of mourning flourish this time there is not a better established It. U. PoJIock won the Hist prize of ()n. one uilit o.il trom I.cmi.Ih., nor one that has better SI00 at the telegraphers' tournament in the Virgin Mary in an alcove near the (somewhere. Why not toitiid about county paper CorreitLd line Card in I.lfect an u, i8;o ' I those wheie theie is no eye to pity .' But backing in the State than the Im kiuoii New York by sending "JOO words in live altar was left standing unharmed, tho' Dally tait.Muil Accom the water at one time entirelv coveied of getI sat down I didn't think SIA IONS Ve for its ii.. Dailj Dail) when minutes. Unu lady sent -- 17 words in it. Kxpret. Kx. Sun. Kv iiun on this sentimental strain. The ting oil' the same time and got $30. A sad eyed man walked into a stoie in I.t Stanford ii 31 n'n 3 ij am i ,t nn LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. " l.exinjtun 6 10 pm 11 40 am 5 jo pri truth is it's a cloudy day and rainy, as Beloit the other day, says the Janesville F. It. Wright sold to Will Harris j the corporate limit, of l'owlund " VV'inchoter ........ per ,neati ior7 00 pm ia 45 pin 6 40 pm usual of late, ami as I have nothing to do tia.ette, and planking down a $10 note, ewes anil lamos at ji .iu " K. U. Junctian II ?( not h Houses hav passed a bill ex-HARM. Rowland " Ml. Sterling . I think 7 30 pin is pnn'V Vopia but think, I just write what 'as!t'r tending the terms of the councilmen just in. J. II. 8 19 pin 1 4i ,imi g a3 pm " Morehcad tearfully said "Just four years ago to- - ewes, lambs thrown Olive Hill about tirst. J . day I stole a pair of W shoes from your bought :I4 head of stock hogs at cts. per ,,e,.twi ln Danville to two years. " Ashland. . no 30 pm 5 35 I"" Continued next issue. P'n. ' " CatlelUburg. pound. Shelby ville News. 10 43 pm 5 i Tho House passed the Senate bill to " stoie. The matter has been pieying up. " Hiiiulnston . 11 07 pm 0 i pm M.. --Tlie lolowiug items are nom urn .asi Kiy Commonwealth's attorneys A'00iu I.ve.lliintiiijtoii... 11 30 am Senator Vance tells the following yam: on my mind, but my pride prevented have added new buuzie, wsonsaiul hore to Arr Charleston am for pub- 51 q m tQ .... o JlU fetg ,(V n , makinz M t.l:e setund to meeting hehl last year j me from confessing. lean stand it no Hubble letter, received too late Them was a camp Cliriuit orse. 7 38 am ,,-- ! my lierybusiiie-a t .rnoiit on Minrt c...,:,,.. Sam Harris sold some corn be-- , t ' LMuhliurs t.. ' ou,,lu .... .......... SI.erillS none in thi eriii 43 am iu the immediate neighbothood of my longer. Take your pay out of this t!0 liiMtion. u" "liowing feed.ne lithe da . peV. r month a "Clurlo.ies.ille 10 j am ' fill'Rv.oNU " Washinjton a 35 pm ony one guard for each prisonerconvev in Charlotte. Among the many bill." The merchant, of course, was de- longing to Ins brother home " Uallnnure ; "" jnil Junacn t .tj. Ky Hubble sold to il- ;,..,; iji iiiiiii mitt i'iiiiii liv iiiu nuiiuiriiiiui " I'liiladclphb. colored people present was Aunt Nlnn, lighted to meet such a penitent, contrite - l a bairel. Snence 6 15 pin jack for ;'..year-ol" New York 70 pm tv to nnother, unlew'the nlliiUvit of the who was noted for thc length and hieadth soul and gave the innn$o and lie depart- - liam Hubble a " Ui liinond. Ya. 9 40 pn.j 1 nas new pou - j1(Jl,0 am, two le,mtnl)Ie cMi(!m tliat a light heart. The $10 bill was .Mis. Catherine Oldl'olntComfcrti of her prayers, in which she never failed ed with Norfulk this season. W M i ne nassed the itneiv executed . . ti make mention of her old master, who a vetvconscience strickencounterieu. that toes raised by her oo l.....l.,ili. ... IhiaIi ha. m010aie needed,recent light lions,.. "11 r 1..1!.... At ..o.. v.recver ueiiyereti uuxiinn Ir. leaving Lexington at li 40 a m and 10 During the Individual On this next in the House v aa too much given to drink. H m dail. except Sunday at Winchc himself at that store will be! tatoes at Stanford at --'' cts. over the Commonwealth's attorney bill ter f'.r Ku hinond, Ky and N,ini on the K. C R occasion, after having dispos particular K Mr. Warren, of Lincoln county, was its I imiled Vembule Kx from .Nied of all the rest of creation she was thrown into the river with neatness and fr0U1 Hmhui savs V..rk.lliiladel i.hia W olniigion and all point. East, more than usually fervent in appeals in dispatch. good many most persistent champion and that his Lcx.nstoii at M7P m daily Stanfard arrivek at . that "It is the opinion of a ell'orts were appreciated some resolutions rat mail lrom Kichinond, Ya., and mrusi Ins bidialf, requesting as a special i.ivor all nuinu ast, Huiiiuistou. -I- nthe WllJche8teraonunbIo for tho 80ldiers as well as citizens that Judge a, and all local from tl"- - Commonwealth's attorneys' :.i.,...f......i....,i1...iiu,ii..,!,ifftf ,. mmmrain indue tliat lie uusaveii irom aiiriiiiKiiru gr..idaily except m i it .ill. ni,b ijnii niiuii Stanforil ii 57 p m. These resolutions pay a J". & at last, and accompanied the request Svmpson had held tho olllce for tlveianditistheopiViiouofyourcom'spond.'l'lL,llf9; Olitrllill and intermediate n arreu anil ere- .mini., ri.c.in.ouu, k., ana joints on the K. C. with this irresistible appeal "Oh, Lord, vears was against liiin, as It was not the ent that he was never built for one H1'11"1" "'ck '" Kj urritMat Lexington 8 10, am. daily, ex. . .1. ..1.. li HUSTONVILLE, KY. f l Sunday how would it look, him in hell, with his ,: MUnioru . to n hi. .n.i.lH.l.n llr.it tlmn lint imlra was ever w mu wuiiiy ui Lincoln 11110 a v,OIl- r.i. T....t,-- n l'UIK u,l" " lie sure ticket red read til N. X. gressional district, with Mr. Warrsn as Arcitlllln thcbi.tinew nn.l reidy K lu any M Y l", 1," "." hiM head, and drunK at that"" I), -' accused appoint anv one who liad held otlice ll.mcln the lTndirial.ilHi law VVe hate a full Co.. l tual representative.-l-rankf- ort Furttmr - f to.k of Cies and Caket. of all kind, and Kohet mile or vail iaril'lkl.nn. and full .nf...n,..... ' -I- ly a decision of the Virginia s on Misa I.uuy A. Jackson has been ap- der former lepublican administrations., Our hearse, whuh i nearly of ever.fdetcription. .. i'ti I, Mi.........! ..n &hnrt notice Mr I. H. U W. llRVLY, licUtA.-ent- . follows," said he, "who have not ' prtfino Court of Appeals a Virginian's nw pointed postmasterat Fariston and Kllen "The l.utinenii and fill The Middlesboro spring sale of town Rren hat chin?., .)... ...d..i- - .tiitthini' ihov . S A. HHOMIIIIRC. .Trm l'at. Ai" sucking the Federal teat are the j daughter by a colored woman gets SI0.- .... olnir ... r...l. rt I. MUftl'lIY nn't t . in our Russell nt Hush's store, both in Laurel been Mlnr" lots will occur May Jtr .51. J 1. VARftlM.roX JJV lil.;Mi,fioB,K 4tt ones who should be given n chance now " 000 wortti of property. county. I'o the lalltor th Interior Jeurial. j Don't by False Announcements. i y FRENCH & CO.'S "tell-tale.- " J !, 1 RAILROAD iM-.- it 1 .. 1 11 p.- ,,.,,, - - a I t - a half-siste- wo J ' .1 ., ."'.... .r "'.", ,'K"'".' ""'''" ,,,,.,, ! 1 'm - " I 1 . . "" strict-;don- e. -- t ''. , . ,1,, ,', .. '. i - ,, -- I , , ;.. . ,.- n 1 1 1 i , """ est-e- m. , i . ;- "' .- I .... I ."v I " "; ""' j,t ,l j ; I h-- -- , re-un- Min . t ...... i ... " Stanford, Friday. ,,, - April 13th. - I I i ,,.'.' y ,,... j hi-it- ei! ' - . ...... , -- ... v I ,lr..-...- - ... Ul.flliilfifr - li.ili. -- --- ..., - s-- 1 I """""" 8 FTJ1T1TY aiorp-ofdeteaui- -. S j I i.es " nlcuTtnt ''p. 8 . at Performances ; u i i d B i French & Co.'s Great Show I v ear-ol- d J J , STANFORD, Friday, APRIL 18th. do-fid- , V, HIGGINS , OTKINNEY r-- The 1 , j Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, (. i-- d ' Kiii-tr- 1 1 1 x . ! u. '-'1 p tt NEWCOMB weil-ii.ow HOTEL. I ti plea-un- t blo-'cxte.nt -- f I .1 tornado-wrecke- d Sl-t- ,. Nti-ie- d O V OLD KY. ROUTE - Washington, I For Sale .1 I , ... Twenty lSuildiux Lois 11 , , .. 1 1 1 -- i 1 j Livery Stable. ir-- . - . . 1 j 1 I I J i).u'0ui,.i . 11 , ,,. ',. "'"v . . 1 ::- d J . mm-Kern- i I i i iWlkl - VV - ' V tatl..iiar-riteiLcxinctoii- .it at i i ." . '"""'" 1111- "",".: ...... T. STJTTOIT CO., S.in-d- . it-p- ,1. - I 1 ( i.. -- J '. 1 tfyrjiiitt -- v a.iJJi 4iAit- - wiAvJiJl-A.,!.- .. ''eji- -t 9 . Wftttgum ki mip9p. ---- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ho.v. Sami-ki- . .1. H NiAi.i. died Sunday ill- at his homo in Washington, after an ' " ft t: ff ness of two years' duration, and whii'h begun with an attack of the nout. He Ky., o, 1800 was born in Philadelphia in ISi'Sand his rittL Stanford, life was nearly entirely spent in tho ser- vice of his country. He was Hist elected F to Congress in isi and since then he has been regularly leturned. Kor two terms he was Speaker, during which he in. Tin: ISTBiuoK JouiNii. and the so county be leave to of' won the admiration of both sides for his quati-enab- h of Lincoln (.nimiia 'iliilftt' in.l ilil.tllK-- Til fill I'll ..,,. ..vy. ..v..r... , . , ,,, .1 . ItlllllUV, M.I...J keep stoch presnvve ler a suggestion io ine unmH-rmwUh ,lispimy OI, t,H. turi(I ot n to The need for new and younger questjon) yu i!Ulal was a tried and State. blood for auditor's place on our ticket is true democrat, and the South owes him a. of i,r,.nt. A- elean. strong. Pure man is 'a lasting debt of gratitude for the pint in the dark days of oOc to received, Silk, wanted. We oiler for he took for for her of also and of course He was a man of bioad leconstruction. .noun, ulu now win, ue to ' intuitu.? .mil this place Richard C. Warren, the ' itiili ii cttit iiamni. ikv..i'i representative of Lincoln county The whole country mourns over his loss ent He is all we have indicated, ami more. which is trulv a National calamity. He will add strength to the ticket. He Tiik Louisville Truth contains a long to the letter purporting to be from Pope, the i will give both dignity and canvass. He will make a capital ollicer teller who skipped u ith $"0,000 of a .Louwhen elected. He is a democrat without isville bank's funds, which makes pretty Caps good reading. He claims to have given The prohibition party of California fear and without reproach. We have no to Bidwell for gov-- ; itp riotous living and that he intends to authority fioin Mr. Warren for making pay the bank dollar for dollar, with in- nominated Gen. John ernor and as usual adopted a platform this suggestion, but we know him well. terest Most of such thieves pretend to denouncing pretty much everything and While a modest man, he is no stranger have the laudable ambition to return expressing distrust of about everything is to honorable ambition. While he ....no the funds they have stolen, but some else. . .""."i The I'niversitv of Virginia alumni lunter.after preferment, neither will lie how they never do. As is usual in such r an or- comes in cases, he claims that he was about as m i.ouiSviii mIwhikhI to pb Khirklresponstbility when it week T'ests, at. badly sinned against as sinning. When Trim-K,Ji- n. the shape of duty. We answer for him. he left Louisville he took tho express . and the press'.' What say the people on over this division to Knoxville with his A dl'CSS OtOJ' BoifS moustache cut oil" and wearing a red wig Cal., lit- -j C07773C (Uld -S- ome women at Oakland, becHelen Goni.vRt the prohibition lec- He went on to Florida and sailed on a ame insane on account of the vrvdh-i- jj Imi.o' xhnvi turer, who ought to have her name gulf steamer, but he gives no clew to his tion of the crank-- hricKson, tnat an earui-- , (Lq fQf, rf.&w , wcefr WQ changed to Helen Blazes, created a whererbouts now. boys' V PPV church row m P.looniington, Ind., by The Kentucky rads whothought when week. resu,Lih oiivuisuouux fjruuio. paying in an address: "I have more iruuu, u iui.iii.u uooa to yes, for the dev- Harrison was elected that all they had to pect for a Shoes, The steamer Majestic has just bio . see il, hoof and horns, than for a minister do was to open their little mouths and ken the record by crossfng the Atlantic UI'C who .ln..a nnt vr.tP tin nrohibitioii tick the crumbs from the governmental ta in 0 days, 10 hours and o0 minutes. Hie SAX-IISTGEct." A leading preachertook exceptions 'hie would fall right in, are realizing made on her sixth day a log of 171 miles. R, their mistake and many of them are get- - This Is but a tritle short o 'JO miles to; to the silly prattle of this g ravenously hungry. Ins is demon- - the hour. and denounced both her and Some of the members sided ' strated all over the State but no where her ideas. A man named Catoni, a giant above j .. W. T.l .....I .. inn. was ltiimi-- more iiinv man in uvingiun, wnere 11 seven feet high and proportionately Willi uie wunmu aim . ' t men, who ought to be maul- - stout, with an enormous heatl, has just ' l a ( .tn.lidntr to rri frnt l.n utity nent, but on the vote being taken the' ing rails or driving stieet cars, are eon- - died in Italy. Before his death he sold Constitution!) Cn t tit in. preacher was handsomelysustained. The At one time his skeleton to the Anatomical Museum irohibitioni-ts are nothing if not bull- - testing for the ISOGI.K JIISS is refreshing to see them a majority of these fellows would not at Rome for dozers and it f.' S ipirintrn Jrtit of I'uUi' U tt run across a preacher once in a while have given a nickel to have had a cabi- At a big country dinner in Faulkner Schocx ('mtidalr "f Limdn W'v li.no the finest and mo-- mmpliU stock nf untjr Ktrclion Augul, ifcyo tlint has the courage to act as he pleases net position or a foreigh post guaranteed county, Ark., the families of W ilham 'I and not be forced to support a lot of them. Browing and John Hays, numbering 10 M. : cranks and crankv ideas. , in all, were poisoned and thrown into IIixiiMA.N doesn t seem to take Can.nd.itr nr Clerk of he Court of Apixali. tio. after eating the meat Hbject to the aition of the IVmo. rJUC party violent The Xew York Sun, which is never so much stock in Judge Morrow's assertion of wildconvulsions turkey, which is supposed to KUntoii A.iut, 3i a happy as when saying something mean that he will in no event be a candidate wolves. politically about G rover Cleveland, tires for Congress in the 11th. He said to the have fed on arsenic left for R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. The U. A; M. will run Halt tare exaway at his personal appearance when it Tattler of the Louisville Times: "I am all points in Arkansas and DENTIST. ruus out of other matter. Its last eli'ort pretty certain from what I hear that cursions to J.", and May 'JO, and the Big OSicr on Texas April trrtt, opjoit Portman llou.t, is directed at his increasing obesitv, Hon. T. Z. Morrow will be a candidate dates to many points tip uir. Nitroui Oxtdp li.n siirtn for jumlt which is, it allege-1- , becoming alarming for the republican nomination, and if he Four on the same etractiDS STAXrORD, KENTUCKY. to his friends. It says: It is doubtful if ' is, Congressman Finiey will have a race in the West, Northwest and Southwest, through St. Louis or Chicago at one fare the papers have given a fair idea of the on his hands to get the nomination of round-trip- , good to return todays DR. W. 13. extraordinary" change which has come his party. Morrow is popular with the for the I3vcr in Stanford. Call and examine and be convinced. from date of sale. of the United republicans and besides that he is a over the A remarkable operation for con- -' of W. O. Bradley, who States. He goes to a Baptist church on brother-in-lasumption has taken place before the SurOffice Sv.th tide Mum tr ;!, in office recently A Thos. &7th street every Sunday, and the con- - would add greatly to his strength." gical Congress at Berlin. The anterior vacated byJIJr. L V MutTman. Stanford, Ky. gregation there has watched his visible Shoes. Mr"'- Thommos, who has been post- chest wall and the lower wing of the af-- 1 increase in size with sentiments border- Dr. A. S. ing on amazement. At present the fat mwter at Louisville for 12 years, is an fectetl lung were removed and the heart Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs, Lace Curtains, &c. SI Kt.KON UKNTIsT of his neck lies over the collar of his PIHint for reappointment to the next could be be seen beating in the cavity of UlfllLLV The patient is doing well 0fl3' e " Mam street, omt W II. MiKobcrtt' four years beginning in May. She has the chest. coat in three heavy foldP. DruB store, Stanford. . made a good official and when women and the congress declares that consumpIt has been known by his friends here can fill such positions creditably we like tion is now curable. I for 60ine time that he would do so, but to see them honored. We are no "mum-thi- s Senator Hawley says he expects to is the first public declaration of his per" in any sense of the term. For a bo succeeded in the senate by a demoI hate rrmovedmjr office to my retidenur, oppo .GO TO. ColltL'e, where- I rilt bf found at all says: diagram of the quoted word call on or crat; Senator Blair says he expects to be lite intention. The Courier-JournHITCH KM I). V4 George Hunt, of Fayette county, address Hon. John W. Lewis, of Wash-ha- s succeed by a democrat, and it is a fore- limn Prof. S. Sengone conclusion that the next announced himself a candidate for ington county, I. M. BRUCE, superintendent of public instruction, ator chosen in Rhode Island will be a It is understood that Judge Durham democrat, while John L. Palmer is a litH subject to the action of the democratic ami MODEL 1,as derided to accept the position of party, of which he has been a consistent, tle apter to be elected senator from IlliSTANFORD. KY. sunDorter. Mr. Hunt was for cashier in the new State Bank at Lexing- - nois next year than anybody else. With SPKCI.M. ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL years a member of the faculty of George- ton, which necessitates his withdrawal such a prospect before them it is not and town College, and afterward president of from the race for Auditor. The notice strange that rotten boroughs at the far traveler!. Hortet and mule bought m told n lUtry hore and Tchiclea uied of his candidacy has inspired much fa- west are admitted as States in the Fnion Only And Spades, Bethel College. He is recognized as one of the ablest Baptist ministers, having vorable comment and he will have the and that two senatorships from Montana & served some of the most influential satisfaction in his retirement of reading are stolen. Louisville Times. Thii noti e foreuarnt hunter, tiihermrn and SetN, en our Und MithoMt per. churches in the .State as pastor. Still he hundreds of compliments of his honesty, other not to trpa million, asillnurh will be prosecuted to the full. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. has maintained an intimate connection integrity ond faithfulness to public trust. Also a full stock of Landrcth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Grossman's eit extent of the law binned r with educational afla'rs. ' Garden Seeds in papers. .That clever hotel man, Mr. Thomas -S- amuel Harding will soon begin the i?iiyLIV,?l!'TK?CHARDJI,r iosha da'ms H- - Mulligan, who has held the position erection of a planing mill near the depot Without regard for any consideration 1R Everybody s heart was made glad Mr ai.ick TUCKF.R jos. iim.idU. of justice and solely because might is of chief clerk atthe Gait House for many right with the miserable mob which com- - years in a highly satisfactory manner to Friday evening when the streetsprinkler Keep the thing "1 "p T poses the majority in Congress, the re- - the traveling public, will become mana- - made its appearance. going and let's not be disgraced like we publicans have given Hon. George D. Sr of the Louisville Hotel May 1. Tho switch, KV. I have a full line ol Wise's seat to Mr. Waddell, a very stockholders exhibit much hard sense in were last dimmer. Dealer ' Walker Hitrdnbotham. of Lexing i smooth bore. The contest was from tho tho selection. ton, has purchased of Jos. Coffey, of this Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps JW Virginia district, which comprises the editor cowhided aCieorgia legisla- place, his house and lot on Lexington Soon, Shoe. Clothinp, Hardware, Qiteeni. city of Richmond. We knew Waddell ware, fin are, Furniture and a containing 1 acres. The sum paid when he used to be a democrat, but he tor at Klberton, Saturday. The leiisla- street although elected on the prohibition wasSi,000. The trade was made through General Lino Of Groceries, In packages and bulk. Also all varieties of went off with Mahone and repudiation tor, ticket, made a habit of getting drunk, Mr. F. M. Shumate. Fancy Candte., Cron Tie, Re. ' and finally found his level in the remIih n frr tt teim II t.ll !)..(. ... .1 N. V. The new city council met Saturday publican party, which in Richmond is and deserved the castigatiou. Like maPottoffi.c, I.nfnSton Ky. ny others, he is one of those prohibition and elected men to till till the olliccs ex At lowest market prices. In fancy composed for the most part of negroes. ists who want to prohibit everybody but cept recorder. J. L. Allen was elected HOUSE, mayor, v . w. uuuihuu uiiy aiioriioy, It is always the ease that a lock is put themselves B. RILEY, Proprietor, F. on tho stable after the horse is stolen. Charlev Rodes city clerk, Wm. Sullivan P"E Senate ,ns aruei1 to adJourn ' and (i. T. Helm police, Hen J. Durham There were only two cyclone policies in Kentucky. I have SARATOGA CHITS,, something new And popular. IMAPLK .London, Ma-10tl, b,,t the Hoilsu ,lis" treasurer. JxmfBville previous to the recent storm, na,1' SYRUP, the best on the market. Other Fancy Groceries always hut since there has been a heavy de- - pose.l to put offthe sa.l event to the per The house Oil the lot Oil which will, lhaemoed tomy new Hoteljand am Inter on hand. Staple and Heavy Groceries in abundance. maud for Buch insurance. The risks are ,,ie,n drawers even further into the be built a new Methodist church is be- - prepared than ever to accommodate the publicv uuuu J.lt Cljr .llrtviiru .aiiu..y vuii.ciii.nv tl,re- - U Bei!,ns t0 be worse tmm P"11'1' ing torn down and removed by Louis sired. (inc me a call. at about 1 per cent. As cvclone FLOVVFR CROCKS, plain and fancy and somcthingjaltogcther new FRANK KII.EV. for the average legislator to Rout, lie having paid 77 for the lumber like lightning never strikes twice in the in that line. Call anil see them. and brick and obligating himself to clear same place, this money might be saved 8ve up that So a day. and given to the poor, who have already the lot. Ah soon as this is done the erec-Tiik democrats of Rhode Island have tion of the new church will be begun. ' buffered. I tlc.irf to tell my larin of about 130 airet, l elected 57 members of tho legislature, of Stanford The series of services conducted at Kuh about ii mile noiththe old church.on Oih Uranch pike, opponte There The Barbourvillo News has taken on a giving them 7 majority on joint ballot the Christian church by Rev. W. C. are about so acre in wheat and rye; the balance new lease of life. It is now ably con- and insuring tho selection of a democrat- Tharp closed last Thursday night with of the farm well et in timothy. Good dwelling of four and kltrhen and a plendid new ducted by Alexander 0. Thompson, who ic governor and other State otlicials. an addition to tho church of 8. Sever- barn; i roomiwatered and fenced, I'osseuion can well immediately. For to judge from his name is as good a Rhode Island democratic! "Well I wish al who joined were old men and consid- beciven Stanford, or write particular, ev J. I'. 1'atley, the underkiened at K WITIIEKS. Cincinnati, Ohio. Campbellito as he is an editor. Tho I may be jumped up!" ered by some as hard cases as far as re L "patent" feature has been discarded ami ligion is concerned, and it speaks much dlQ " -iabl6 J ivery, eed and A Suro Curo for ell Diseases In NEWS CONDENSED KL it is now all homo print and beautifully j ijr.uae lur .111. 1. uiu iiiciu in iiini.ii ly- 5? done at that. It is just the kind of a pa. The ekction fo7 C0C830r to Ju dge joicing among their friends. , 3flHCiV'FNB9lVBHVA3lHnPK per one would expect to see m a "boom Ja(.kgon wi 0MUr flt Ua,8vi0 May 0. Judge M. J. Durham hits fully made ' ' tf I VP town The Booth Majeska engagement at up his mind to accept the cashiership of , "IT!jMt )f !5Ti rrm the new Central Hank at Lexington. a whipping the Louisville Auditorium is tor May The Legislature has passed People here express much surprise, as Artstn-- f from Impurities of the Blood, Graves county, although it :. bill for and Tho little town of Yelvington, in Da- they thought he had come here to stay, from FuncUonal Derangement!. made short work of the ono which would have been effective in the State ut large. viess county, was nearly entirely con- having built a beautiful house and sur- W. H. JACKSON & CO., PHO'RS. rounded in every way to be com-- j We should like, however, to know of sumed by tire; loss $(10,000. A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A LONDON, KY , CERTAIN The bill for the erection of a public fortablo and happy. Danville loses an Good turnout! and addle hortct alwayt lor hire statesmen if such a law is our PREVENTION OP HOG CHOLERA. L good one for Graved, why not for the. building at Paris at a cost of $100,000 has influential citizen in the judge and in on reasonable termt, London ii the moit conven lent point on the railroad to reach place in the Mrs. Durham an elegant lady. been favorably reported to the Fenate. mountain eticr of the State. US counties? by A. It. PENNY, other For Sale in the W. WALTON. ilem-ocrae- ' ! l. -- i da-d- Tho Senate passed a bill transfei to the Depaitincnt of Agriculture thts Weather Bureau, leaving tho bignul corps of the army in the War Department. Mr. Carnegie is "HI years of age. He had less than $10) LM years ago, bntoince that time has made fVl,000,000, of which he now holds about SoO.000,000 in his own right. Wall street is uowgainblibgin wheat options and Friday 0,00t,000 imaginary bushels were bought and sold at an ad vanced price. May options sold at .U :Mi and August at S0 cents. Kepresontative McCreary has a bill in the House to pay to the heirs of Amanda Hoggin, of Pulaski county, $.",.V)0 for property taken by the 1'nioii soldiers during the war. The Gum hick distillery, in Washington county, was burned, together with 150 barrels of whisky and 100 hogs. The squealing of the burning hogs was terrible. The whole loss is about f 10, intro-dvce- d LOUISVILLE STORE! The brightest and. best ideas are here, as well as the highest novelties and, the lowest prices. These facts are exemplified every department, but they mug never ueen conspicuous as auring tne present, season, jhqh tics a?ul low prices moving, our iU freshness a'nd us offer the newest goods at the earliest possible moment. from. Just received full line fine JfemMitched Flouncings, worth all the way a full line M.ach $1.50 per yard; also apery ana, pan.erns, ivnicu soul at from to cents acsiu.s S2 per yard. Our handsome line of Children s Lace in all the latest stales from 10 rents Zl. SPECIAL A . INDUCEMENTS S"".7 uTiiroSjoOc. FntncicliSdnlS saloon-keepe- r, Mf ( ! i short-haire- j in Ladies' Ribbed plain while h'ic and fa net at Our linear Spring Suits is incomparable. Fabrics', shapes and mmos are all in accordance with the highest authorities the subject of ill Dldl's wear. faslWJl ail Children's art went is full of Si)rin fancies, new and bright ideas in mid y ujld eucn pajU smts wear Jast mty sm t ,ani wuhhisiiew Spring Suit and the of larger growth mane is su re f menus, ijome us if you want 'Clothing, Dry floods. Hats, Trunks, Carpets, c, which reliable. Main Street. Stanford, M. MAJNL&GER. II. JIIIXKR i 'flus 1 . -- . 1 able-bodie- d ... -- post-ollic- e. KATE NEW GOODS! d F. Brinklcv la t j j i nt PENNY, Dentist. Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, Full Line of Boots and Emmerson's Sons Cents' fine - PRICE, -- B, E MOV .2 D SEVERANCE & SON. al l umr, firt-cla- m A9A.WABR1H3N'S n nm GROCERY" life-lo- ne For Garden Hoes, Bakes, Spading Forks Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red White Onion Pens and Beans in bulk. j ' Jjwtt s ioW'K fPCTsT , ' J" "y-r- .s 1 SEEDS -- ALL KINDS Seed i" . I . , Irish Potatoes and Clover Seed i ' ITHE i RILEr G-ROCERIE- S! V i ! ' S-"- 1 Farm For Sals. MARK HARDIBr. DR. ELLIOTT'S situ-ntei- Medicated Food, J -- j 9vPC rv&F jBarai. hH Tft m ni a HORSES, Cattle, Sheep.and Hogs --o z., .- Stanford, Ky. L --6 'wWrvt?"W?l VJf "'T-- " rVflB' ?W-?W(- W 5T TWFT' wipr-w- t msrwz?'ftWfr-- """ ' ' e- - 'iw4w fpnwr r yr v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal1 -- A. T. Ni vniii.i.kv wants 100,000 pounds of wool. I Tut j fcnle of Judge M. - (1 Stanford, Ky., r - Vl'KIL o, 1890 nt J. hden hoi'H, rakei. spades, forks, ite H. Foster's. , j to M'im .Mary V union hivs been fully consummated. The price is $ 11,'JoO. placet O Sautley'H on him Sunday. Mayhew is iu jail and it is hoped that he will sutler seriously for his cowardly deed. MATRIMONIAL -- M.IURUPLEY,- 3 Give him a call. In response to the inquiry whether or MATTERS. ' K c. walton, uuh. Manager mcamq BUblNEbb. s 'Mature has passed an Act ..lu.tn .1' "1 tl10 Iinin Hnui.rfr.T"ilTir,Jn A fif.nltiof ,,... i. biilniii.. hii 11111 nk...v. flint rU utntu v.ii.v un iM ..v ...i. ,iiiir.v graph's ?1 per docn. Frank Cordier. eloped far as we have seen has not. it , I ?WVr Iffl " ,lu.ki,, . Hi-e- hui"lT lU aml bt'fct nsHortiiiMit of HshiiiK boy and a wee girl of 1:5 from Louisville to Jeflersonville to get married, but license was of course Sfe I.itif fmfoif0w4. ? v ? vy. jj. Mrltobertii1. Call and T t ' i 4f- - i iv t ufaeturer, who lives near will he medicines und toilet articles is at A. It. n"'1 funnera and ar t''a" Wk have placed all our accounts and ' Penny's. united in marriaire, the wedding taking! buvyour school books, ink, tablets, notes with Harvey Helm for collection (loners have been humping themselves. place in Louisville is decidedly aper, pencils and school supplies oi He will be found at Hill Meltoberts The prediction for Miss Maggie McKoberts and Major1 Kinds from A. It. Penny. cooler, with local shower. law ollbe. Uwsley JL Crni M. Coakb-y- , of Campbellsville, will be Having secured the services of PERSONAL POINTS. Tut: Frankfort Capital, which seems united in marriage at Mr. Thomas Mc- In view of the liiirli and increasing Roberts , in Danville, Missi 3WCR. Hi:. I.'. ('. Mom. s is down onthe IJoll-in- u price of ice, some of the l)iiisvllle hotels so anxious for another production of now charge "i cets a pitcher for ice wa- "Happy Jack," is referred to the llrst in- Maggie has a great many friends here, Folk. I am now fully prepared to do on our who join the editor in hearty conirratula- Ciiaiii.ii: lIoi.Miis, of Danville, spent ter sent to rooms. Ice is going to be ice stallment of an epistle fiom him page, which is more sentimental lions ...... good wisne. this summer, unless the factories can lirst Sunday with friends here. than humorous. Mit. ni Mits. (i. (.'. Kkii.i:i: attended supply the demand. our the HarrodsburK church dedication. Hit. C'AitcKNTEit, assisted by Hrs. Frye Wm Fhkm Hit Co.'s t.reut Railroad Circus, Miss A 1.1 k Powi.it", of Columbus ()., Museum, Menagerie and Hippodrome 'and Price, perfonned the remarkable op-- I terofMr. Lee Irvine, of Rovle, have AND N visitim; her sister, Mrs. .1. S. Jones. will spread its huge tents midway be- erution Saturday of cutting out a Miction been received. The ceremony will occur dauuhter, Mil. Jf.nvik Hku.iit and tween Stanford and Rowland next Fri- of the necrosed backbone of Ch.irlcy in the .Main street Presbyterian church, 1, 1 "T 1STT" "XT' Jtlj-i"TZD A Miss I.uella, went to Midillesboro, FriVT-lTC-fLSI --L -- LSI N iday. Oram! street parade at 10 . m., Paker, a negro boy 12 years of .me. It Danville, at 7 o'clock Wednesday een- -day. i ing, April U:5. open at I. (Set your dimes togeth- was very successful and the patient doois Mi. HisNAii PoTKi.T,of Harrodsburj;, er and be on hand when the band be- improving. (ientlemen of elegant leisure whoj All work warranted and promptly done. V is vMtini: her niece, Mrs. P. Walgins to play. .1. P. Letcher is agent for "The arc matrimonially inclined should take' Mit. ton. notice of that "educated and accomplish-- 1 J. M. Piikwitt, of Ca.y, a yood friend I arrangements to en- - World's Type Writer," a valuable maimi: made my , Mich., who ' .. .,,,....-pare- ed yonnc lady of of the I.. I., was up Friday on a business gage in die ice buhiness and will U pre- - ,,,n, " I"'v.u.. he sells at has split 10 cords of wood with her own trip. to furnish ice to the people of """J wrespon.lence which He hn& already sold hands" in the last winter. If docile and Miss 1isik Cook, of Hustonville, is Stanford and vicinity at the lowest possi- - H,u ,u" riUL m -- "' v lanumberin town and it is bound to good tempered, she might be very useful visiting the Mises Hardin at Harrods- - li....!... .iy i. :i:.t nit' in in. m.. iiiriiiuvn arc nui.ii its iu around the house. wherever introdued. u 11' I WW1 UJLXLj ()f enable me to furnish it at all hoilrs Considerable talk took place here Mits K vri: II m., of Stanford, is visit-ni- f the day. Special prices in large quantiTun great sale of lots in the Mt. Tueday afternoon when the news came her brother, 1!. omeiM't ties. M. F. Klkin. addition will be held and to- -' this way of the marriage ol Mrs. allie Keportei. Noth im of the election to take tin morow. Tickets at one fare for the round Wakefield, widow of the late Mark Mn-- .. I. It, I.irniiint and Little l.vne till the ".'0th returning, will be Wakefield, Ksq., of this city, to a Mr. sense of the voters of the Stanford and trip. re vHtitU! Mr. Letcher's rolntivs in I1 t stations on the Know ille Caldwell, of New York. The marriage, Turn.irsville precincts on the question of Iiucaxter. to those who wish to took place at Shelby ville, Tuesday mornSiO.000 to the capital stock of vMon MiuS. (J Kkn.vkuy, train disHitcher ing, anil the bride nnd groom left immeCumbeiland River Railroad for the tend. From all we can eathur, Mt. RiiHsullville, is on a ri"it to iclatives M cent oflVos the best chance for profitable diately for New York. Advocate. of -- Murinir the at Crab Orchard. tHfeted. The date is May 'U, investment of auv of the mountain On Thursday, April .'1, there oeciined Miv Maumk Hum left hi"t week for hare ben and the nruiio-itioseems iliiul ure ofjlwn, at the residence of Mr. (!eo. R. Beasley, nartonl. where she will engaire in the enrrving. Funny hoiiL'ht. a mule from a in the eastern part of the city, a most , Mn.. J ,. millinery business. darkey n few days ago that he is not ex- pleasant affair iu the hape of a .1. 11. Roi-oof Chattn Miu m Mil. Wi: see from the Lexington pporthat being Mr. was a ctu on dine, the contractiinr aontra, arrived yosb'rday to attend the our friend and James C. actly stistled with. Therethinking Frank L. Austin and Miss Hallie D. legs and of that burial of Oil. T.S. Klkin. Rryant, has boucht out his paitner, Mr. one the mule's was the only Haw he Ivnight him for iVO Beasley. The bride is a mo- -t charming Mns. Itui ky, who has been visiting Ovorstreet, in the dnig business at ami cultured lady, formerly of bur daughter, Mrs. luni Shanks, for some and will run it alone. Jim is a and considered him a bargain. The next but who for sometime, with her morning lie discovered wnne bridling time, went to Lexington yesterday capital business man, as his upward eperienctd watch-.uak- course shows, and we glad to know that his new purchase that the mule was father's family, has been a resident of Thoh i DM.TO.v.an Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture the Marvelous City. Mr. Austin, a na and jeweler of Chicago, has taken he is getting to be a mighty solid one stone blind. Mr. Kmbry is and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods and is be tive of Louisville, but for some time a 'ef ad. t!ie bench at A. It. Penny's. too a ort of tujMiey devil, so to peak. worried over the transaction residentof this place, is a most estimable can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be coning teased not a little by his friends. Mi:. K P. Owsi.r.v has returned irom young man, wli- - numbers his menus by vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Cincinnati, where he went to lav in a Tin: hop given by Prof. C. C. Carton's Tin: dwelling on Mr. J. W. Powell's the score. Middlesboro News. large stock for his Hutonillo store. dancing class was attended by 20ormore farm u as burned Friday. He had lent-eMr.s. C. A. Scuii.Kl, nee Doores, of couples, who enjoyed themselves very Rev. R It. Harrison, Presiding the place to James Harper and as the Vinccnnes, I nil , passed up .vaturlay to heartily till the hands of the town clock house was not included in the rental it of the Bowling Green conference dit" m . isit her homefolks at Crab Orchard. were pointing mighty close to : was unoccupied. Mr. llarperand sever- trict, died at his home in Franklin of Mit. .1. T. Cm in and wife will remove It was the first appearance of many o' al of his hired men built a tire on Fri- typhoid pneumonia. whure Mr. C. will the participants upon a waxed tloor, but day to Hustonville Vincent Boreing, A. K. Richards, to warm their dinners and in a few undivided attention to his More most of them "performed" admirably j give his j,,, 1011he Was discovered to be John Bennett, O. H. Harrison, John D. nnutlii there. and did honor to themselves and their n a jjj,,,. The etlbits to extinguish it Harris, C. I). Chenault and J. s. Collins Orchard teacher. Oik capable and clever Cnib proved futile and it was soon in ashes. have formed a corporation for the purMr. Robert au Davis, has The loss is thought to be about $L000, pose of booming Richmond. The capital Tub jurors in the Toy Teetern ease for written an entertaining sketch about the stock is $150,000, which shall be issued telegraph operator on this division, the murder of Will Allen Ruigh say with 1,000 insurance. and fully paid by the conveyance to the that they were prevented from bringing which will appear iu our next issue. "How do you like the verdict?" saidan corporation of 1L'8 acres of land known ............ Capt. W. in a verdict for murder l,....t. the iu Tin: Somerset li I. J. man to Toy Teeters as he stood with as "the H. B Dillingham home nlace." It. Hutchison had a car door to closo on structions said that to constitute it there hand cuffs on waiting to be borne away And We Have his tinge, b. Tim end of his third finger must be, malice aforethought ami as the from home and friends for '21 years. NEW ADVERTI'JE3rEXrS was mashed oh and the second linger men had been in such good humor with "Oh, I am pretty well satisfied," said he was bo badly mashed that Dr. Iteddish each other and had never met before with a laugh. He did not seem to real-i?OLD that night, there couldcertainly be no' amputated it at the first joint. his condition or to think of the dread"malice and forethought," asone of them ful murder he hail committed. In fact, WEEWERFQRD Judge T. W. Cou W. (i. Wkia ii, HOTEL. Messrs. J. W Hayden, S. M.Owens, expressed ii They thought that to con- notwithstanding he has not a bad face, HI S10.NM.l.f. K. li. B. Cooper, Ueorge D. Wcaren, J. W. stitute malice there must lie an there is little doubt that he is much resallee, J. C. Hays and Dr. J. F. Peyton ing for weeks and perhaps month!), but moved from a brute. The two negro P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. went up to Pineville yesterday to attend the Court of Appeals has decided that it girls, Kllen Jones and Birdie Stigall, who Haunc lused (he aboe ho.fj!. lefittcd and may be formed in an instant. In fact, figured in I am prepared to accommodate the pubthe Mt. Vincent Addition ales. the case, thinking that a High- lic in (Jood ktyle Katrt Mrs. M. CSm'ilky ash family will when there is a killing without cause, as land mob might want to get hold of Livery and Sample Ko. tin attached arrive ftom Wyoming this week and in this case, the law implies malice. The them, havo skipped for parts unknown their friends will welcome them back jury also say that so far as there was and it is hoped that they will remain ! with greatdelight. Mrs. Sautley has been proof to the contrary, the negro might there. good as any iu the county. in bad health nearly ever since she left liavo been as the estate of ' ll person huwntf c'aimit-in- tt Tiik prohibitionists advertised to hold and she returns in hope of restoration. Certainly no man on the jury knew Levi Hubble, dee'd will pleuc nle thm with DiJ a public meeting here Saturday afterII Owley, cashier of the Lit.coln Nationaf The Judge- will remain at his post for whether he was or not I thinselve Allperiont noon, but so slim a number of the faith- Van!, Stanford estate of Lev. know.nc arerequett-idtottlpresent. the Hubble indelited to the Aktkr remaining out till nearly noon ful showed up that they did not care to M.J ASI) L F HIBBLE, MlMKS M TT1E AMI M U.C.IK OWSLEH, Executor). Friday, the jury in the Toy Teeters case try to spread themselves out over the .8 it Nan and Kiltie Baughman, Bessie Reid, brought in the astonishing verdict of 21 court house benches, so "hid out" some- Nettie Wray and Lottie Dillion and years in the penitentiary. It is hard to vJl0re ami j.ia a powwow as the re Messrs. W.A.Tribble, J. II. Baughman, ELECTION.' linagmcanyttiing less tl.an a me sen- j another column seems to indi- Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Carson. Sam Owsley, Kd Jones, G. I,. .... j. 1..t BUl" " i... .......!.:. ...l ...... ,,,r ......(. . T, '"r...T, .1 r.. Reid. Thomas 0f opinion of the l .....b..v. ' "i-Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Notice it hereby ciuii that an ele tion will be on their oaths have deeded other - liu(, him,(nl nssembled was that "the JaisleyJoe Kmbrv. Jack Rout and K. 'i held in the anoin voting pines in Stanford and ' to con- - pnrty v,fi0 "ml l ,H Jewelry and Silverware. l 0,,lr P"no nominnU( (.anii(intcs for 1 .irneisville Magisterial Pitri tt n I.i.icoln C. Walton will attend the Hop and Ban-- 1 (.uunty on K ,u" u,c" ' "" " ' countv offices and a committee to see ijuet attending the opening of ' The " t.-u-. u im.. . nmi) iiuim u u.vsu ...)inVml , May 1890, cotten to lead so forlorn a Middlesborough" at Middlesboro ... ... l r win orin loo goon . lor .1 iwiiroerer. hope was appointed to report to a meet- From doVIoik a m until 7 o lock p. m lor the ...,ii probably m he special train night. ' I Railroad ., ., mmethatelv on receipt of the verdict ing to lie held here May County Court. purpceof taking the .ene of the s.ia..fied voter The . I uij an nwuwn w not nuet.on Judge Morrow Sentenced the jirisoner Let them nominate. The democracy has nfumdpre inctt upon the to miic.i of .M nnij pay fund to mure than $jq,.( bond Prescriptions Care and in less than half an hour ho was in nroRonied u Nnleiidid ticket, is in eood subscriptions if Skj,ui' of to . in the Cumber- Prompt CITY AND VICINITY. Attention land Railroad Co , the funds acininc from said charge of Sheriff Newland on the train ,, be usedect m acquiring the right-o- f 10 trim .....i ,xho to ,iown anv nnj bonds net in ..y or constructing ...id road through the A riiKflii car of lime and sewer pipe at for Lexington, this action being thought given to Kngr&v-in- g ounty of Lincoln from KowlMid to the Casey all opposition. fully Compounded J. 15. Foster's. inflictcounty line. nec'sary to prevent a mob from Coutm Court, Avnl Ily Dr. J. S. Carpen- 1V30. order of the Lincoln V VA"RNON, Judge. 7, ing vengeance upon him. It is underSkiiiocs Ci'ttixo. THOMAS and Repairing Fon S.m.k or rent the Carpenter lloust r.KOKOK II COOPER, Clerk stood, though tho jury said they agreed ter was called to Harbourville Sunday to THOS D. N'EWLADIl, Sheriff. to I). H. Carpenter. Apply .3 ' at all hours, day . not to say how they stood, that nt tlrst A see John King, whose mother, Mrs. of Watches, Clocks of one and W(.ro for murder and 8 for manslaughter. Harker, lives at Crab Orchard. King A vtw and beautiful line eight-daclocks at W. II. McUoberts'. R. B. The next vote stood two for murder and, was seriously cut Saturday night by a and night. . and Jewelry. . and dually the fellow named John Mayhew. It seems 10 for manslaughter Tin: case of Haughman vs. roitman two murder men yielded and agreed to that a social club had been formed at TO SUCCESSOR has been set for argument before the a verdict of -- years. J S WELLS, Ph. G. Presc. Clk. Harbourville, to which King belonged. M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, B. H DANKS, Jeweler, V. 1. 1.. A . Court of Appeals for May 1'Oth. Ci'tcriT Coiiit adjourned Saturday, Mayhew had tried to join, but ho was 611 4TH AVENUE, He A lot on Main street, Manfprd, con. after a Uiree weeks' session. There was blackballed on three occasions. Mam Street, Opp. SI AXFOKI), Ky. for it and Saturday night LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. acres and very desirable, no civil case of much importance tried blamed King tabling I criminal business was not very he swore he would have revenge. Armfor sale. Also a lot of chairs, includ and the The Nobbiest & Most Stylish ing Beveral rockers. Apply at I.NTEHIOU heavy. Mit hmbry for stealing money ing himself with a huge knife, ho went ! from the till of K. Zimmer got two years, to church where King was and called Stock 01 Jocr.val ofllce. T. It. Walton. Tom Wren for murder was let off with a him out. Ho began to abuse King, who Tiik new city council lected K. II liko verdict while Teeters,' as told else- said that he was a friend of Mayhew, Throal KEEV SPECIFIC cure all Hood dieaef uch microti.!, L leers, I'implcs, Ulcer. White Swelline, Shilittc diseases in all its utagrs, Necrosl., A 1. 1'ricc $1 per bottle. Uurnsido mayor, making his third term where, was very proud to get oil' with '2 and did not want to tight. This made HAVIh" IKONlllTTERS Is the most pleasant to take ot all the Iron tomes. It cure Dyspepsia Wallace M Varnon was chosen city at years. it Kives a keen appetite, enrichps the blcod, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles Mayhew more hostile and finally King and nerous system I'rice U per bot.lf. torney, W. 51. Bright treasurer and U.J Tom Wnin at tlrst thought he wanted asreed to fight him if ho would lay down Ever brought to the city ot Louistilje, new open OATLIFF'S WORM SYR CI" i made of the best worm known to the medical profession and therefore recommendu itelf. It is pleasant to take, wfe and reliable. I'rice i$ marshal. Xewland a new trial, and his attorney, Mr. Bob- his arms. Just then they were parted, including the P ........ . ..r.i-, . ..if i c. ....... :.... .. .vA. ...... .nn. get Mayhow was ,'.., u i'ichiiiiii, cii ,,tuviv, unci rnMni.i. , (..ii...i n. It wasnounrterof a century ago at bin, went to the trouble towhichthe huso butafterwere holding released and while KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON GO'S. HATS AcUalLItf a llAlioClll. I 11.1.0 lur anboa. wwiiipi. Ac.sascathamc Priced ents per King, he slipped to in shape upon friends .Manufactured and Icr sale to the trade by the 10.15 last night that the ball from J. vian application, but after studying tho np to him and buried his knife in his Andalsomy own importation of Enchsh Hau Wilkes Uooth'B pistol sped into the KV. Anelejant line ot Canes nnd Lyon's WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., reali.ing that he would neck, facu and side. The latter wound and Cap ' Fine tals of Abraham Lincoln, as he sat en- matter over and . Celebrated Umbrellas always on hrd to remain six months moru in jail is serious, and while the bowels may not joying a performance at Ford's Theatre havo CAPS, s from tho effects of which and then probably get a severer verdict, have been cut, it has produced pereton-iti- SEAL SKIN SACQUES, in Washington, the man. King has Gloves and other Furs, a specialty Ortrt. out. wisely concluded to let well enough ami may kill he died at 7:lE the next morning, mak- he anniversary of his alone. So he will go with the others to made many friends in Harbourville,' as tid of city solicited, perfect sa.isfac'ior fuaran- - j Kou Ketplua, Short Uand.Ttltgraphv.Jte IsfV r ing this the If I Write fur 'catalogue and wit norinatlois. LaW W or more people calling teed Dou't lail to order a NUBY H AT .'iyi f1 Frunkfort Thursday. ivas shown by death. fresh and Lxsniu.ru's (iarden Vi-dA. K. runny. Oil Muv "'I'll. Miw Misie I'riston. n Foh IIeni. My house and kmmIuii. Watiiiiji and jewelry repaired and daughter of the late (.en. William Pres-- : Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Place has on it an abundance of fruit of where. Tarranted. A. It. I'cnnv. (Jen. Diaper, a millionaire man-- 1 Tiik best place to buy drills, patent all varieties. Mrs. K. O. Helm. Tut weather has been delightful for ton, and , I A iomiwn, in which are several Stanford men and quite a number from Iran ville. is preparing to boom Jellico, vrhli'h is in the centre of the finest coal any- refused them. The clerk ought to have laid thorn across his knee and spanked them well. Is Receiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. "" He-ton- j "-- A to-da- y I THOS. DAX.T03NT, OF CHICAGO, 1 ssESSSaALL i KINDSSWATCH WORK JtJ TJlTvTr' " - C l7'"T'TvT"S LJT V J I "''. - d Pcto-.key- A. R. PENNY. j ' i . r. Vin-ce- nt U.-Ha- il. to-da- QrpflDITl Awri vrmmTwrmT? ujjl lltll MAC! HlTFFMA?So P1R1DP, Pd to-da- y '! j at-th- e Yin-nuriM- j riuht-of-wa- n ! . . wed-parti- v, Ix-iugto- n Lam-aster- , er j eous-iderabl- d ll-d- er SPRING CLOTHING. to-da- y, t, Our Goods are Now All In AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT line of Pants. e Yar-no- ill-fee- lint-rU- tt ij-i- Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Light and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large ITOTIOB STAGG & McROBERTS. I e. C-- C i.,.. t. 1 a ,B' -- -.- i.. , ,.,.,,,., ,,,,, ..... DRUGS and JEWELRY M.dMPilDjEl Best RAILROAD " , ... ',.., 1 Saturday, 3rd, WATCHER Watch. j Mi'rfvxfBMimiSttf . y GEOGEGHAN. 1 W. B. MoBOBEETS, Court-Hom- 10 The Great Remedies HAT! world-renown- td 9 ....... . y 11 1 11- -. I Williamsburg, BRYANT & STRATTON Business College AI1IG1II IP IO !& 1 .yjanfw; . ; iii: ,irij. . .a'A- - . 7 "MH.mil ,i, 4 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Brer Jasper's Dream. In the cauipriijni in Virginia last year, Hro. Jasper toll, this very ))ointoil (I Fellah fteomcn: You nil know iue. I are Ahram Jasper, a republican from if'i Prcit YRAB.IX ADVAXCffi away back. When there have been any work to do I has ilone it. When there "When not so paid $2.50 will be chanted." lm been any votin' to do I has voted K.CrLOCAL TIME CARD. early and often. When there has been any lighten to do I has been in the Train leives (lowland at ; oo a m , returning thick of it. I are above proof, old line at J Jo p m and tax paid. And I has seed many L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. changes, too. I has seed the republi- Mill train coing North ....i us am, cans up. I has seed the democrat? up. South t pm "in i io ..:n msec .1 iut;:ui tii, II iinu- iue Espreis train " South l.n,l North. J 27 am ' ,.,,,)., . ..... .u, lout ........ .Irnnin r itr.ntnl tl.it I uiwimi Hvilm Local Freight North South.. ,, 535pm ulied and went to Heaven. When I got I Published Every Tuesday and Friday renin , The above ii calculated on standard time. time is about so minutes faster ne latter tram, a Sale---Bric1 ""' i.. f T t.i. Thl ttlotidItI Imnnfl.l .ll ,Uil.. .., . vaiiraaisv,i foaled In 1M3 he b Joe Al. ton of .Sot. at the old Grimsby farm near Shelby lUllali, Mrvof tin rjolitt, hehy &l Mm., jjo; Ha for alc vme ot the ilviue proper!) in the Abdallah; he b llaiiiMctonian 'V? Corretpondeiac boomnw cit) of llarbourville. Klsdyks Abdallah tlru.o .ftm I., u lit... li to a Living: Colt. solicited. Foreigner by Imp Glemoe I.) Diunedc by bj MeoiiRer Joe Abclallnh's dam by Mambrino Con e and tee him and touwtll he .urr to like Motseiiger. W.M.ASKL JAS. C.GI.rSS Mm. Sim It M. JtiHN.NON, Atent ictor Abdullah", dam 1 tinny Knmic) , by Hen a. tre of 10 trotter it ml prod mips dam f) I' Nicholas, by Hanson, ,.?""?.' Jjm Park s HIKlilandcr b Hunts Highlnnder (Im period in 1I371 Attorneys .at Law, IWiUm ,j Imp Me.ciujer. j lloiirj's dam Lilly Dale .S. b Hunt Cum- out of F.llra St., - Louisville, Ky. inotuire. lomminloie by Diiraih, out lenkin. In My run, lad, William I le, KI,cK with mealy 327 Amernan Fthpe lie ot .Miller' naiid hiffh fired li iioe. Imp. Jari el. bj IMnmede, dam by Imp Jam. lc..iij;er iind out of aplindid jeniiet Mill Lle, the easn make Shreie Ituitdint; HenM's '.Ire Jam II. Cla ' Ahland Mambtmo, of i8yu at n betwi-elable the Danville and 101 )r b Mainlirmo Chief. ire ol l.ad lliarn.Ai. Munforrf ami llanrillfand IIu.I.miv llle piktiat l Mr Ahdnllnh will ile the oj.oii of thio at MAItlMON JAS I.. C.l EN i (arm mile from Stanford at Jkmhc enoii and to Maliogonj Ui II) Vhdallalii.lencoc, hnndi ij', trial , high, W. R. CRESS, REAL ESTATE AGENT, Barbojjrville, Ky., Victor '. x"ur AMallah jo, i 1 BHAGAXTZA. .- iSoo YAZOO, 11799. Rrtord Coaled April 1M1 a r. $10 Insure AYRES&G1VENS, Fifth l'. I 11 William Lylo. 1 o carrj pa.ten e Solar, .1 ,Q , IUAk GlYEHS & MHRIMOH. REAL EST TE. 111 j 4 lit H ROI.n, Mreo' Maud S recoul 1 oJ'-j.-l , nd j more in 'ie 10 liat. I dam iV, irt dam 111 nlandeIM, of of uba, rei ord j 1,1,' ll l.Mi tin Nutoood, dam ourirf I'uttia, Jam of oluirr j e' aire ol l!eemer t nliJ Mm 01 roriiim 1 (.ire of .11 no. Uamof Itvrnen, ye it old record 1 Dam ofOhilde ilarela, renr'j m Kna e land 504 .rand dam ol Connawaht tire ol Ckmmoee 1 l.rand damwl uba t 7'. MAMIIKI.VO CimtV.iWe ot lady Thrn. record a Dim ronu.br RtlKliUCK, 1 i. 11 iwe-wil- 1 u,) i4 ,....'lit) . V , ".... 8 ll.ll Says lie. g , p , $15 to Insure " $8 & Mare with Foal. I'AIIM, Manfiird. Insure a Living Colt. I am bv II J For k Residence tret, It I "I as a foot," says I. I will M.iiid at rov ra les at Kiiimi the "Well, you can't git in here," say he WALLACE E. VARNON, t.iv r ol iji t Horn ani ihrie J t k .oi)ouy s loutiin uere cepl litem us I,, I WOOD. J.J U.I.KN Attorney at Law, VERMONT, come inotinted," savs he. & ATWOOD, "Dat's hard on me," says I, "arter me .Stanford, Kentucky. II) Oill'i ern101M ibe tdiree ofdam inikiioHti. 15ut he nebber eoiiiiir all his distance. court, RSEL ESTHTE HGERTS. say nothin , mo-- ,, and so I starts back, an , ngWill practuc inmall thecourt of of thi ind adjoinappeal and the II v )r I' M,:Roher, drui; aterloo that h a niord mk ,h' about half way down de hill who does I PC "" City, Tenn. of j j.i and ik .unJ ird bred. See pcdirrt ol meet but (Jeneral Willutu WaterliM Mahone. I.ochii Waterlno r t dam by t ei Hul.llt. old Stonewall ai k.oH THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL "Wh.tr is you (twine, General"'" sn I. Kinil.en i nut lim.U IiikIi. dirk bay xml a offer my Hotei Properu utiutcd at Kmiillc, "lis gwiue to heaven,'' says he. r f . and I. r nil piuix OWhSS, Manager I.iiK.iln .ataiartin if '.obi atom tnif "Why, Cien'l," says I, "tain't no use. i.unt.li'iiliiiiunt), K) ro'm, all ne.rr owi'uild. "ill .land at j;"l hnrr w 1's just been up dar an' nobod ' 'lowed A Ac link iui Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. to j:ot in 'cept tley tomes moimted, an' hat been t net p m km pta e to inten or It will $G to Insure a Ware in Foal. the Vd r- .W I M CHT. this popular h tel VOU alOOt, have taken chart tor W.itcrliki. Jr it l.ini!!. k Hue man and . lail, wry dark brown, ur fill i hUik, and intend to run it in atir.t clu manner in ecr "Is dat'sO?" SaVS 1)0. compai tly f.rmn), rtxpect It it being papered and punned from hv,,, it ' " nv I lian.l. t ii.h hlifh. line tt a tbi and a fine 'iemg renexated and ... .t , toptolxittom.t'ie bedding h ", prtxlucer ..I ioHltiiiir.1 hoi.r . nrrlrclH kimi in .. .i, iu (.11 er thine dont ta makt tt pics int and comfort- ciuitvi ii.uiuuu inid W ifl .land at and a iitr (oal .tttr ablefor clients. Ilietallt lnll ne er be urris- - nean, an altera winie lie savs, says J I! DWtXS d by hotels this sic lion I tell you what le'ts he "Abram, 5o to insure a mare in roal. ilo. 1 011 is a likely lad. Mippose vou jtit down on all fours an' I'll mount and E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor N tliier kiHd 01111.. G. A. BENEDICT & GO., ride vou in, and dat wav we kin both JACKS ALL WELL BRED, Well Drillors & Pumn Adjusters. a in Kentu k)' ha rt'er repuiition, r "CenVsajs I. "do you think you No Hoiel it t proprietur I. defrminc lht two 1 veirv old pat, at $0. and and car old TANFORD, KV eon Id work if" h ill be in untamed $8 ea.on due hen 10I1 i fo ile.l I it'll retaiuinl on ill coll. vraxin moncy "I know I kin,"wiys he. fr the but ao Itabiln Mare kept on n.Hia term., Wells drilled to order and Piimpt turui'hed at So down I jits on" all loins, and de for aicidert. to , factory price. lie ha ded to lt appouitnirntt cen "its astraddle, an we ambles? up de . i. BNS J I' tlWSIM I In which now Inc. west Mum business block I. n. in I lite Court s.(uaref Siouiord I.lu.k, and the .. p po- lit "Abrani Jasper," says I. 'Is you mounttd or it you a foot?" sat s Pincville, 11 - - Kentucky. - K. Mare mtcd with Inrfnn insurance ind fall due m (, H. rMJLIMAN mtv .s Meaaitre of hi. (peel: we expect him 1.1 go under to Ihr. I'ail will make oa the urm IheaboM record it no llll't' MumeA to., Nti,.r Creik. Ky..l mtlv tfY from Kiihrtondoa the l.tcaitr tri4kr, .Ot) lhteuj Town Lots, Cal, In and limner I."l- - bcui;M or o on I omraww n, Cirri .pondetue glinted hi M 2Horsesand3Jacks.i I Dorsey t Standard, N. Gols; u At 5540 to Insure. ALLEN UEUIIEN - WATERLOO, JR., Johnson I 15 For Sale or Exchange. 1 brc-le- v.', m. . Jo-'I 1 I ! & .1 lli.pO.ltli.il I ull ll.ntllM. ,1. V.lall.. ....I ... I . eur old trial j and Moulro-e- . 1' t peed and premium toll m U. s,rej b il uli l.olddu.t 440(b) t.olddiut nu, b) erm nt Morn 01 Clo-e- r t'hit(Hl ts Maud S and Jolin.loti 10 Jlmn an) other .u'licm th rear aid to in pukln a. fal a 1 i .in- of Ciar dam of Kinalind W'ilkei the fa.te.t mare ef Mt. the like, famil), itcord ,41,, W lurlnmd 1 11. I . ,l. aunt l.olddixt 1 it.. II.1M 1'lorence dam f l.MI ntS byldden Chief, Ofl of .air. C nmet Morgan I rr km of the 1 vi tnrr. have a trnij in fuionof t.olddu.t ami Mtxgait blood Uor.e t.olddii.l will make the pre.ent .on ai iiij place 1 mile, fii.m ManhMd on HutloNtdle pike at ln m inbred I. old unit roadt r tallitn du.t Multsl In April. ! I. lui lull ui I. .i.,l. Mcedi und unmelleii in t)le utiim, fini.h .inii IU oldest e!t art coming two ear old W ill rae maret at 10 cent per day iad will t ike all Kw4bh care, ut are not reapoa.tble f ! iid-n- i. or eteapet 1 r 'I s 111 . CO lllr I M SAUDI L SI AI I ION. o, irt rt ial-li- GILT ill ffom W , - EDGE! ur r t t 1 Fillr mate ibr .r.vin ,.r . t lilledgili l.itjm Maul, ru ami Mllliu.enlir piki ib K cm 4n Mii 1 -- 1 1 1 THE MYERS HOUSE $20 to Insure a Living Cblt. Mare, kepi nn tMMnablr termt tiwn rfi.en I.. 1 1101 reapnii.ihlrl 111 luinlrn'i I Pergonal KKIIi. in ".... 1 4 .11 w PElsTCE. 1hrteear Old Hecord Standard 1 y I .11. S50 REWARD! ill M&tVete nna, I pay a Reward of Kift) Dollars for information on conviction of anj un.iuthorued perjou Wm Long's Gap W Hutchison' At Cox 40 acre farm, Bucklen's Arnica Salve hreeman and K 1. llarren timber trait on lluck The Lett Crtek, 307 acre, John '1 nrnb ill', 517 acres, John fore, tilcpr,ale in the world for cut. brmc. alt rheum, feer luchananV, 30 ai.ri.3, M.J. Harri' 00 ncref , II. ped hand., chilblains, corns ore. tetter, chapand all kih erup Power'. 1011 .ure John nderon ., 14 acre. tionand poitivol) curef piles, or uo pay reqtur AV.uh HarriN' 577 a.re, Ireemans, soo atre, ed It i jruaranteed to sue perfect tatitlactior, Kohitison Mill trait, I lobin's farm, Brj-an-t Price 15 cent per box Kidd sfarm, Joel Pctrev' farm, A (.iKKrir larm, or money refunded CoIlinN V. ..... . farm on Gfide Kidzc, 6ooai.r', Hen- - ! I'ortilcbyA R penny, bUDlord, K ..... , .. -ry .uiiier-s- . 0 a. res, tienr) jiuier tij a ro. acre, D II. tdmiiton's Stephtn llurtli,. Remarkable Rescue. tract, Strode llou e. Cottaje near depot at Crab Mr. Muhael Curtain. IMatnfield, III , a lOtten- - Matunent ,hat she cau;ht cold, which makethe prchard, Hotel, settled . . J. OTTI.NHhlMrK, her lunK; he wa treated for a month by her mounted.' bays the en'l. "All rislit," wye Peter. "All rlsht," Hie (arm at Highland know n as V A. Cash', wj he; "just hitch jour horse outside, Tim lliitchiMjii'i, l,eorge Cault , flatin Heir, cen'l. and come risrht in." II. P. Young, ounj: 11 acre placc.W . On the following propert) Ter-r)- '. Pound Cutting Timber or Damsas l'eter. aging any Improvements "T is ' "lVlm'o .Inr''"' ' Vtiin-ney.- " A First-Clas- s "Gen'l Willuni .Mohone. of Livory Stable pays he. r To ac t' c demand of hi increated "Is yoii mounted or is ou a foot?" transient patronage lle.t Turnout fnrmthed onim-la- Pool and IHlHardlParlors. AllO STAJMVJLK I KS. 1 Ilattie, 16 haiMla, Conlotl May, SIKBH IIY RIB.V2I, ( l'U kiethrr to Kitt( KeM 1 , ttaw by AtHHil Iwtoat 1 n,v,. Mn of Ahawtu a Hhntw itt. Or Jm b i.i, ,ay 11, Mone dm when mare I. parted wild Ma Krareu or tnl al leax.nable pruc i re.p Me fur anv an idem hji.i.t an. - . ... ill I.Ue 1. a (.eaiUidil red aorirl, lta m.i.-an- d tail 15 hand. inclMo hih , w a. i i JV , ami , a porlei t aadtllo hort Bjairtd latt J. lit f.dct i..4i at a ). .1 ol.l ami look the weopmaki proatiuM at Ku ille an 4 lUav.lle rd ia hi wn tia at II air. bur Thi.e K wart to breed to a wd ,iOi Malhon are nirdiallr lotited to ok at our hi.. c nun ...W.W. lie m aired by Second Jewel, he ! Cwnm, nam , -!, Id W'a.biMelon br f Ilenmark ., Hit fir.l dam i Minni-- . Wy M, ouald . Ilai.t rn . u.i 11.eii . "" viuraarr ni i.t ilain l.j Moij wall Ja k.n, h, I y Wa.bnutiHi lcnmark. h. Illaik ir ifk, hi. hr.t lai i t rj.atlti h lld W hi, , v.l ,1 ., , K Vj lnuntam nuir .1 $20 to Insure a Mare in Foal, kld in 1 !- a., , 1 M I'I-I- SiHti.. li.inli- - MN 1.1. si la. k St ilh. 11 151, Hand Huh, Fmkd ,4ttl. ij.. 1 1 Commercial Ira e'er and other SIIHH1 IM.E Wll.klj, , IMOTHERS (?k 4MB. Jf Bf 'avV KES-,pTH- FRIEND I E3r Child I . P"eU0Vata"n:B PAIN LIT a' , --- V, ,t"n . -- - - --- 1 'V.'"tfOner rT- rL ?5 4' I ! "CDltOUISVIU!: WwAtHTCHICto"ftf(- j A NEW FAST MAIL r He tofJ her .he iDiaW:lectnnofc0niumpttoti anil that no medicine could cir. her Her SUIT ?eted theue of Ur Klnji't New Di.tuiery tor CotiMinipttnn; the bciiKlit a bottle and to her de liht found herself bencnted from firit doe She conliuued its use and after taking ten bottle she found lierelf sound and will, now dec her own homework and t a wellahe iver free trial bottle of this Creit Discoterr at A K Pen- nj'tdrua torp; large bottle 50c and . lauitl) hut phyicun ri MINISHu' M7Jii.7,SfAjJn ?g UBTHERSTX "Vn ,. .ESSENS ..rn Tfl ..IFF Uf ING&IV lu tM n. l CHILD fiill'i Vermont ic, dam Hlaik Kmil), h IMm't orltahirt 3d dam Little b) Wa,Her 4tli i! itn hind) perd.b) Imp I.v.iaatSaa. b I'aiotei tth dam Uyle ilke t5, tireat I)anille W like.. . ,7, o ,. Konaf Chiti Mattle Wlltr. irs j j. trial a;, b) George UiKr , .lam bj Arnvriran Clt) 14, d, by Mam- brin C hicf II , jdd.im tht dam ol Kriran 1 jo, 1 111 leorereW like- an,io,utallhmtire nl 119 ptrformer by I 10, mi than lltii.); or dead I llamilloniaii of 41 pcrfurnur- daw io, wrt , o) llenr Cla 8 I ..f 11.. ..mm. 11m. . .. I. ill i.rmnnf Ijlack Maria, ) mile record 7 J5. the dam of I be oiu ior "'"S ' ")'- -, tnai Wilke ui pme, count like. .Nelley I. ,lnmbtta AlHl llrad.haw i ,v, and .eerloth- l '"" '. 7 I)o"'V f H? "I t dam Kate, by t 1 l.dy I)afo t )ir daat ky (tribolMa). tire h4 dam ol 4am by Uarturti Chlrl, air of Naatl Duke iltf dam .y I Jry IUtiwr' irr of ttl 4a M ol t4. lir Ed Barlow, 2375. ("landard Kuk Itntil Puke liilil!.es ii iv. 1 in..tr. i;j .M1.-Co- "i.l .i,, $30 to Insure a Mare i miriitiinwi natt.ral oed. Ita ui made a lei ord of rft thinl at old and hiw traek That it no mark af ht Med, a hn ha Oiowti tiult in . j and qaartat ih 14 trcond. whlrh n a raicel 1 i Vary hitMit owe and bttx4 liki, and afirr .cr.m; a timited number of mare will be wm ked f ir a fati rerord U'uh the lilootl of llauiolemnian. MamhrtMa . I kief Pilot. It . and KdwlM I orr iiul . an individual a. he I he h..uld make a creal Iim k hore Will make the .n of iSgo at the table nl Penre , I arri a) 1', mile ira i.f Stanford, ky , at orav,rt ha' 1 )r ilir uiT t 'o it ; dam Mm Xjia b HV momt. n dam W ell M, 4am of A Mill 1 1) 4 ,i , .1 . aoJ ,Mwli, Atwcriian Sur. 14. id dam '., Hartran.1 W oh .in, j 4,. by ItlmMcttHman, . i.t ) leleiraph mi. jm) rfau tS i.old.mith. firanae count. r ui Swred bj I ittelar ina itdam Woiurn laid, b) W'obtirn . ( The dam of Carter, tnd dam by a Maatbnnt hortr id dam b) Mambrino Mninixn t aatalar, inai W) Volurttre. tt, aire nl s A Mack Malllmi, tat, hanit.lnjh. foaled iV . ! , ;,, '.. h il Uj)i at new in- I , I""'""'). i.m 01 1 able y ov , do 1.4 in .1 Fnal ' iwu" rfis dmiu a. BRADF ELD taus byall awaemsrs. .'P I RLblilAiOR CO. ATLANTAQi '"- C. Ij. CROW Ha-- , Maro parted with ' ;lumba. - t reuioiuble rite, lorfeit in. irm "''i1'.1'"1' If KI.S it fine ut m rrp.n-handRaited and - t a. joiiianfiiid iii the like, fatally. ca e or ,10 ident. He ha never been handled lor ped. bui will trot lal irnen nandleu. Me will make the sca.on B-Hof iSouat my plai c J mile--. Irum Maiilnrd on the DjiimIIi pike at TG "l, """"''r" 1 Mare, kept ill for e ' "rnP"'e ntar iiwiiterarl .ill At &in fcw TnMi.n n T ..: l- -l "" """ n ""IV UJVUJg UOH will akMi jits- - a)io premium for the I est m. dt and ;. I r the best bor.e colt id I J Ita low et Io h tSown in tsnfetd the hrtt Moi a ia iutbr ia.,4. Alto my )oun)ak, I irem IHim i lalord ra ihr lllt.,nl I'naav - mta .i.U. tuk I 4t.d m l BTJCKDEIT i leised oncol the tahle at Pern trac - niidivdl run a general e .V I rri coll 7 S15 to Insure L,iviny; Colt, $10 Money due when colt O W ill ! pcrimtK-i- l en . , , male, at will JOE EMBREE, .eite a i h A.l. i Happy Hooalers W'm, I'nnmotn, j 1 e KKIs. Stanf. nl Hi) stallion, 10 hand, htth aled pnl 4th1 Hi i.t dam b) (.ray Mule. H dam by C p e' was.ired by pitootlonlt Al a a Metenerl hiel, M" r iManilard Meiienrr Clnet, .ire 01 Maud o), , t ilam Jennie Fluiv J o, id dam tit llaytihi n, hla.k r int, Mambrlu.i Mesiinctr, iddambi Mambimo Chief. hat.d hijh f itii dam b Imp. Napoleon cth dam hi temper Stan, a d sued , Peio.ky, a,,,, .irei.tNt 6tli dam by l'ljor, 7H1 dam bi Darnab) s II10 Neal a:1, irial , if thik ilkr. 1 i tr mede, jth dam b) Cannon Whip nth dam h) ia. Iai I. .jo king PetoU) inai 19 M ry l.ou. j )car old trial t jo and Ate mr slitpp Paraxon Mesaetiser Chief was tired t) Abdalklh Pilot, ittdani b) Mambrino Metsenscr bate .now n trliK ( o nr fcolltir all in U.t .t4 id dam by Mambrino Chief, At He sired Maud .en. whuhi. .etu nl) ucnOeilul (or a o Messeopcr j Lillion with In nun . 1.1 , miltt. by ,lo Wtr Man bl 4J Marvel ti. il.. 1, llhe. trial standard atvr or nam tk. I.u. Will. nine - Ai, Itoliut II, retard i anil mbr fatt nfirs Ked ilsc. ri ot I tin. e V. ilk. , 4 I he alwie elegantly bred hor.i . w.l' Make the i tinmm Alxl.llnh I'lk.t iea sired bv xander' tirvi.i int., luiroU ....... at 'Maplo., two imiii s ftora loin 01.1 l..r )it'5 iomi am! is ll.r ot y h dam lllandiua In ambrlllo ( hid He .favoi ..f i.t ie Ih. t tiati rattrr .n Suntord pike, where the) will Im tired Pickard i.lj. Ked Jim and other. al ti.ouu tht Mason at anv timi' read) ! asara. t dam I'llia lake dam of ls.l t.... Alevuader' AlMtallab .irr of Kysd) k 1 17II wred ('.old mull sire of Heater JJ'.'.I bjl.eaita llfcer, uc ,.( prarl . (. . ". ArlTIIVIl SIM-- . 1041 Maid 7 14, .Maj.iT Ktlaall 1 , who in turn tired of I'aarl Medium 3 j. ec.md dam Kitty Idiot Kobert McCrvior j 17. wre ol IU.nnit MitiriKOf an, . r II) Knot, record 1 n, with 14 m 7 c!. year U moid i ioi .Ion ira. s l llrtle ai.n... AU if,Ac,Ac it rla.s Goo kno by ermont A Malls k, sue uf ClddsMiii. Maul j i . ,, i. Klino. retnrd . , wa. sired bt Motatvdfr't aad so in Hero. 141, tlam Dastsklerstf Alatoot, Iktlnu.nt. A. rthiir Sims' 1st Ahdallab, dam said 10 he b) imp rlellf(undcr,.Vi I u krt ' dam. I.ady Arthur, i. by llnurltim Chief, Jrr at Third dasn bt Red M.imbriM. Chief the ii af the wrcond dan of intb. .,.- - , l.ad) Maud 1 ti and man other gowd tsar, asssd I M e. 1 tiger Chsef, Jr tired the fraat I horsir Keatliekt Wslke. . and ibr .r ail d.i Lilly Arthur, He I. handtilt aad .Mambrino I'atcl.ea, who Ih turn sired out ofhi) i,i, hand.tbnrouaiihrrd prom ahimaalf SoSoiifV-,, l.irir t ftrosi n tl ti (,,,,11, I oiidou 1 7',. Coinlmi l.ire Mull ami ha. other, irnju and hetlir some ,isd W1.I1. joi, and t a hue hrcoder Life Worth Living:? liar-- ' Willasaadl j witil Red Wilke.'.irr ' i and iilfto.ired the dam. of t.tiy Wik.t 1 , Wilke. I hi. U ttinjr , a.. W ilka tnbmtd .ta on aiI ' niaki Phil Tl.omp.. n k"5 through thu wo rid . tS aad the um- - of 15 others with Not if d.pepttr. theprrstnt e i iuat t I)r P :.rUmti.H.nilS I mile. remrd f j r and belter Or Aeker' I)),s)fttiU Tablet arc a potftive tirr I to a Colt. wan Kaftan an eyira ' ,1 t .r. rt ast of Milk. ri il turn) i r to m Jt I r the wor.t forinfSypepsta, of urstal.U tourth dam slant indfBostion.iit pi" of Abdallah anil Ma.scngrr .l . ne ir I urnrr.xilU at em and routipation Guurniiteed and sufd nt Stallfor.j I WlAMHil Water!., , .tan.' iescripti.il an I'tdirfrrt U ilk. It I'cnn I'elosltv Ati.lt (in r ard bred blai k. yla'id. .iijjh ..isjt,. , I annie dam of Nelltt- n'N'attl 1. v MHrikMilltali, nna a Living Colt. . . ton. i( v.,.m i majfiiihient st)le alio actiwi uut! is a ure fi .1 $10 to Cftn t Sleep Nights . amok,..,,,.,,,, k.t.y. Hydyka b getter, his progeni uniLniin. .pifd im fir t d.,i ,') S Xmil X. V-&h j I I.OVIIl i - tv.- - complaint of thnuaiid .urTeriHs irom ntli by il.i-- s ,, . ' ,ro" ,".', ol damCIara. thf , olui.ttsr. a. Idle i. mime- Hi bat a re. n' rf , inurh., etc Did 1011 etirtr) '" " dam of Denn , aad Ulciaror. the .,re of ,.. ''.Li'"! . !.'J" !. He i l) Hicheiiru; he h Mai.iorin.. Ch.if br I III prep b) Mambrino I'ayma.ier ha bw ur cesser l.ngli.n Keuieny it in tie , iiMIISI'.P s i nN, ilireeti.r 1 it. IMia'l.. and Isr Wllk-i-. M.in.onno in tf will make th ,(l oajit by Imp Messenger ir ition huown lur ill Inn'' troiiii i.t dam I ady WHeli hy William Wel.h.sir V' 'llraii.plaio a'y indc- - Irom ianfcn! k at ?s- and im. h A K 1'enii) nositive stuaraatei I ill PrutcH Imperial 1 iVj ami Jeromiah 4 dam Htlm mare Lay M- he ) li pike al ti It ith mm an lauito t ic Miortt 1 Harpinu. he l) Haniiiletoiinn , hi bvlmp Meanoiurr iuar int. norse per ent. ol the edit korc Kylyk's 4 ssenger, d dam lied ll.rJ I) I auuon W hip, he Wo Can and Do a Marc in So io, tb foundry f the jpiratuM trot, $25 to Or Acktr. Ulooil I.lixir, lor it In by tllacliburn'. Whip he h) Imp. Whip, he Ur W ill make the tru-- o ' uf 1. al mi .ml. Is .iIMhii mi. trainee tini; family the world, ha r known, coo r tin 1; l.c-- n fullv dmnonstritvil to the peopli.nl till, conn-r- i ailtrum dan , lit rod, id dam a thoroughbred 1 f nl at i the s. in through hi i us from 4 s .'Iffereat chanaals vi. Moaey due a hen Hie t. Imp Htoutrde. Has lv dam thititis superior to all other prep.i ration, for umreout of a full blooded asLitlallieil .1 e ti n- - in Ceatrnl L'nioti de- - blood dise.ie Making dim Kv.dvk's Hainldetoiiian, Voluai.rr, Mttrottnlilaa patted with. Mesaenfer mare and by It Ish positive cure lor plillittc was II Vs, I, pi it for a Living Colt, it ..il Wllli.m Wulth 1. to Imp lto.k!ni;hain poisomni:, ulcers, eruptions and pimples It puriKichelu-l.l.KIX, Uncaaor ' wji the irot f.ishioaably bred trot ties the wnole 1 1 stem and tlioroujlilv build iii the rrli Si);aii Points, Cliu.iy, St. Loui, llnjf hore in Ameri. jand the wtnnur of more ' Clei eland. Duroit, iliidalc, constitution. A II, Petlii) in I er premiums 1111I puretlh.tn ail) r.therhcr.ciu llidiaii.ipnlis and tlit W'e.t, marc, thai are not rcaular Lrucdar Mime 'I HE KSC NIHI K SI Al I.IOS', Cinadj, when (he-- .lilt .can. mare sold or Irunslrr.r.i rtue New Kngland, A Duty to Yourself. Waterloo', dam b Helm'. li orkshin , lie on nil coll. until uid for lien will he people will use a coniiuuti, Imp Yorkshire, dam It is Mirprising that IStanitard IJescnpttoii am' redigrec Harrison Chief Ir ordittar) pill when the) can tecurc a taluable ling. rd dam l) Kossuth , 3d by Wiij;ir'. Ilehhnn roan Iisli one for the same ri.oney I'r. Acker's Knglish owned liy Jne Helm mid dam the If ted N I mare is a rwl .orrel , stands i hand 3 inches m beiwht lliilluimre Vasliiiuton, altenvard !) Ice j ar old thuspriiu; has bi,' tail and man. it Philadelphia, pills area positive euro fur kick headache ll.i) .lallicn hind aiiklus white, fi.aled in s and ail stand at isl.y Harrison Chl.f, hr hj Clark Chitf, .ired b) Me.srncer Hreere full brother to M Juicket time 10 IHarrodslnirJ, Irankfnrt Ky liver troubles The are nta'!, sweet, ea.ily taken KUhuiond, lit. IV I V Shortest and Messenger a and do not Knpi. for.alcby It Petlii) I'fialrt Ma is a ri. h Malingnny b.i), ISV4 I sidy Mown.-e-r iiu lot line to S15 to .insirly full sister t, a Colt, in. u.iiiui ii.irrisuu uiiief tr baiidNhuh.li. iv W altnn's .Mainlirmo tnl. - trirtl) hue Iirjtuam hciuii ofa...m"re and fati. 1 , both mane and and pleasant saddler, Maud Mi.enir if..) by Abdalfah Mes.eniie. natural b Alex inder'. Abdallah. iti dan. b. M. or the Price horse, trial d A man was standing he- o, and other uii , in fun v anil when iuiclli dm en harness one. Old fore A small I will also stand at the x ime pla. l lit) line J..ct , he by he hyl.e.inuton, jd dam bv bhaw ban's warming hiuif-elf- . a is t)leon both Hill, Sei und dam him Jane filamof Maud Hall Slocking,: 4tr. d im D'J" goes likethe trotter He ition Meet third iteuer by Solid Trains. li.izCaji cars, smnklnir car and hoy watched him intently while CroLket, jth dam by Haliorn, ethdam b Wells' sides to J- on both lde, makinc him viryaitite dam nf Pearl7t ,"V,",r . reee. sire 01 j'(llrj rlt Medium 7 coaches, Piillman Uoudolr Sleepers through with- - I and then hiokeoiit. "say," mwter, you'ie Crusader and .tinuhll) in suit, 111 form und tini.li a perfe-r- t oga, llirminham, Mend I standing Mr out change ia Cliattan II Wilson of Cjnthian.i. K third dam Kilt; River dam of (IM I gne.s vou'ru too near thetire. I, r sired In Sumpter Denmark, iiii.makln; direct connc iioii.iii totite lor Knox tSlOl. Insure .1 I.u'ing Colt M .nt due u combined sildinu.a full brother of Harrison Chief inoilel He wasllenmark, lie by Gaines ., Cromire " idm,tti l.nddird's warped. we.inin ........ i ; :' ,i."a,::..r .,4, IsC. Him ur hIicii mare is parted witli lie, A.lietilk', Lrnchl urand iMiintn in the He is .'....nw Mr well's nctiinark. be b the riut horse. llenmark ' ",r",u,Vwu",".'"-,,'iI ourfli dan he a brown jack with white point.3 )ear old in June Vi' Itenakir Red Jacket (.ire f the dam r combined ueldiif for he l. Imp ciUeford Hi hrtl dam wis sired Kenuiik) M'.lke. a and lull jif hinds hih Htivas sired by Aiken's you can sre the breed of this hor.e That Terrible Cough the second --AV by Sir alive, Im h) 'I I'dliiuiter's Sir Wallite So So j i7J4. Lizzie-- atk and t nYk, Lauradam, , Kin W ilium lie-- b) Kintf Phillip dam III let. oiUht after than an) other stallion, as the.ismore he li) 1st In the moriiini;, hurried or dilliLult brtutbinc Wilkes Sir Mbcrt, (ihiiroushbred) d dam by ' brini atin Jennef she was sired l) Kin Phillip, id better priecs than an other .tallion V.S.Coinltat sire ofllrown rtislr. phlexm, tiRlitncs in the chest quickened it and Willis, ' dam of irL'itinis by Iranh), lhnrotii;h-brcdam by .MnreCas'le, he h Jim P rter, This J j. k At Cliattatiuoii for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilinin; Ked.W.lke. pulse, cliilliuets 111 the eieiilngnrswe.its.it n ,,', lir by the celebrateil Mason's Wlupji, jd jr..k I homp.im i in', At ofb)Prince Wilke !acon Stvannah, all or any of these thins are the lirst utaae o. has pn.ven himself a hiichreedi-on, Charletoii, Aucusta, number of his ) Comet, sou f Si er ilmn a Wbipp man- j . hmnasiille and FI.OICI-3J- A consumption. olt hate Mild for ?i . at 111.111 Mftr7.it! Jlruniwick, I.ake Cit) time l)r Acker's Enj isli Cuusjli Keme Mone) due wben the r. It is foaled or mare parted poiuth I'iflli dam an extra last marr, supiHMed dey will cure tlicse fearful kymptiiin., is sold with I.ie-The onlv line runmnif solid trains with choice uiiilfra tiositive iruaranter by A. and 1'iiiiA paid retaiuef lilluioiin Abdallah und Messenger h!o.l K. I In e fine saddle .lillion will make th: L'ullman (lotuloir "J Palace Sltepnif Car. to ' ,,Me,llY."e,'r W 8 P Messeusrr Chief, sire ot t LOG AS. Owner. UruuiU wit limit Uiaiii. lor nny class of paen itusun at snmeplaceat futhe xasoimr , V.I, of Walla,,. Denmark above istdambt Mtl l ' '''m S". i tenor bdt;gaEe A Lady In Texas Writes ler Denmark liehy the race hore Denmark) hi. ", rim4 4,r 'V."':1 J lh,u'l Selma and .Mocit.'oiurry, lluntsville, Decatur. to ,M) case i uflohj.' standius, has balHtd ' a , iii iijiii u) tioiugnmcry .inner, Kl f?ir ani Colt. dam i'iiiiir man) yioreuce. Meinphi and xltKANSAS oinis b) Old Drmnoii. Tom i a tine shaped burse j Shortest and iim kest to Anniston Selm.i, Mo. ph).iciautt have tried ever) remed) I could heat Ij ihe rsinisbt Silver h.iiiK, he bU) ln,r, he ...ai. wiin neaj) mane ami tini, 15H Minn. Imrh ofAbdidUh Mes.en 16S .Me.tcn.-e- r C Inef " bile. Direct otiiieutinn mule at XliW OK. rol.but llradheld .Kemale Regulator i ull ilia Maud Me, HKer , by Monewall Ijciuhi br b U . .!.;... anil 1. nitural addler and li i proven liimtell a write Ide liradtieltl Ile. Co fori , en jam iitiir u iienn 1. KAN'S without omnibus trautfer for Caheit.n, eiicveuuie ... ..1 . 1... 1. Dark ba 11 hand. ili. wei hi r.i jo n inula ..! tlil a . . ......-. ... fuT, ... nt v ... ,v 'J W.....V. irt iirtber parttculuis.. hold b) all drusuist. Iiv Ihrn 'i. Illllairis . lit? "ti.uii !.,.. u fam y lireeder. Ctntistoii, Austin, Kualed June, 1SS5 tyS, V andien; 1 . mil br tlier' t . I he above race horse Denmark i.t ,1am out cf Maud 1.) mil. wilt make the season of iVa. at Arnim uluntecr. s reol n ,,.iy n IIS CI V Dolandst, ranker he bi Jewel, hi hi Wa.ti.ni WII.Krij farm 1' mile from lluHtomille-- . iictirCarpei. in "second dam: Kill. Uii.i.1,,.1,1 ,. ,.........-TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. DRUNK ENNESS-TH- E LIQUOR HAB Hi b. Oeutgc Wilkes he b) lltd)k' Hamblc-t-miu- n ton Denmark Grainier'. ,.t dam b) lliKhl.itidir; s Mation and will be pprmittid to seriu in.iri l t Id'l lit Alektmlir'a l..l.l.l. njiiu. . . - b IT-- In hy the insurant e, all the World there is but ono I'lrat nam by Kifulir, he bv Volunteer Jd dam li Oliver. )d dam b) Woodpecker Hed'ja.ket. I.) t on ,.f . R!'' The only through line to Jaik.nn and Vicksburg, Ihe Kind's id dam the preinuim mare Klfie Kcj;iilar Wilke. is a. line (ailed boric ns will Le I euro, Dr. HMnea' Golden Speclllc. KINDRtWJlMsf.crostt,. of Ham direct SIm,, ShreeKrt I.a., makingDallas connections ' aniiieler,iue).on of lierthune. win, In fuiind in the Wi)ke fa mil) He lias never been Mambrino Ch.ef r, . f .M,,.,, , ot i.'i "."' '"; Kurt Worth, . up of . tvithimt oninibu. trati.ferfor It tan he if'en in a tea or colTee without handled for speed I ut can gf. vet) fast ttiorouuhbred ton uf Alue Carnu.it , !.. .1 - ..am ..ir.u" f I' uir J' .1 10, Ac He ha,ol Maud S ,lam the knowledife of the person taking it. effettinf-- a .ustm San Antonii, I.I raso anu points 111 nated ruie horse Lexinctnii Hh Kie-Se- e make the sea n.if iBoatmy speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient miles will Hiittontilie on D.milllc ptke home two 11 'Ihe Kins 1. a blood hi) with one hind from at other horse to Maud Me.t, nKer 7 !,,"' 11 a moderate DENMARK LEXEL.L, drinker or an alcoholic wreck md snipin fare, ui.al munn .in.l ..I TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXiCO, CALIFORNIA. 'n other horse ha,li a a ml. "... lnpusands of diunkards Tiaie been cured who u. ne anu extra .)Je and ha ueter met hi. .Tumi Ron of Wallace Denmark, a handsome eolt.nfl Kindred will niakr ih.. a Living- Dolt. as' a suddler I he knit: .land. 15VJ ,.,nd. ),Kh cl iy at mt I'iit thruiish rale, correct county maps and full hate taken the Golden bj.ec.ht in their coffee $10 place at line iue anil ut ro)al iiltiod, will x used prnatil). believe the) tnformatioti call m Anetii at Junction Citv, Ky., without their knowledge, and Slotk committed to my (fare and breedinu will Lien retained on colt till the ten ice rmaicy is quit drinking of their own free w;ill No hanufu-eOrMtAKK V WOOI.I.KV, In these wdntrccs )..u will Hud r address (,rass paid. Marc.sruid on reasonable turns. receive mi re- - and attention results from it administration. Cures , Lexington, kv. 'i Tihv. Past, Airt a Mare in Fnni in these stallions )ou will tee. lndiiidiu.il 0f at re isonable personal be pud Icrbelore furnithed $15 to rates to x luil.lllty for aeeiilents r escapes Semi for circular and full particular. Ad. fit-i- t ,i.l O. 0. l.OWAKDS, remoiat of -- ......; C C. HAKVE ...v liaiati a.iu as I.. I.. secoiin to none Send slock No responsibility fur accident, or escape. Monev duewhi'i. ts . V AT A., dria in confidence Goldkv brKUHi Co., jSi J 1....:. We IVeiient. ,Juirmar",H,"r" lhOdl be pn.oerl eared ., .... Parting with slock forfeits insurance und make . Cincinnati, O Moreland, Kj. i Idce.Street Cincinnati, O. tt CI1AS DC'NN.SunVJ.rs3 SVN.)p eatoti due J S I HKI 1 CARPFN TF.R 4 1 "TUP MACT IXnilL) 1UU lilljiYlUol DADTr Dfi write "Klectnc Hitters has done more fu-ii" an uincr nieuiLine cuiuuiiicu, lor inai nan feehtitf artiin-- ' from kidney and lter tri.ublt.." " John l.e.lie, farmer and ttocknian, of ame plai.r, ay "1 nut Blcctnc Hitteri to be the heti kid. Daily, Secures to rrae!er, c) and lurr nudiiinv, made me feel like a new Too, Oarduer. hardware merchant. .ime ITT1 1? -- Klectnc Hitter. i t 1 L.; t"wn,a the thine for mt 0111111 WdMdaajr a mti who is all run downand don t care wheth- Ever attempted between the ;re-i- t commercial er lie hit tor dies, he found new utren'th yoon cities on the Ohio Kier and Chicago, and hence appetite and felt just like he had anew liae on Will iiuiki tl r present seaM n at i the fattest time and mott comfortible trams be- - lifu Onl) ick. a bottle at A, K. IVnn)' Urug cast uf I imatur on the Kuhinnnu ,.ai.i- .'mikt will pir tween all point in the South, or to the Wet and .lore 'ie porinlited to erc marc, ut Northwest. The ' niinteroart nf thi train on al! ''(reOP-e,trunk lines i denominated The Uniiled Express. Slid, after she had lirOIll-Th- e Slle ., to superb rolling tO'k we emph.) sixes patrons a Colt, lll011i,. ,1,,,,' I Jill- IO De HIS Wile, Unlimited BSay.Mcnou. et Mqiioii an.l Ktirl t" Monon, il j IlOllllce OUT ellJMiieillOllt till next Week. Money due v. In ibe colt uvk and have a lei-.jour- you want t not darlinnV' he asked, tenderlv. lomm Wilkes, Jr , 1. a txwutiftil ha) , nt hand T1PV Hi wi. .,!, r, I "lieeause I'm soihb to the theatre with high and I bus .plendul .tvle and uitHiu For mil inf u uvl time c ird- .. .. i..!.i.. ..:..t.. ijit b) etcher 1 lommy ti.,.... Ull 1'llltil Jllllll. Ullll'l'l 9 n., - Wilke., record - 13S; he byWike. he b) llarr tu, ill nn ur idn1 lll'lll t.oirje W'dkes, rec. Li.uuvillt, kv, V. (. ( Kl H, 'I P. 7.1 r. ord a n, th trroateit .ira of all ttatiton. 1 111 li IA. ltRKrb ti I First dam by idd Stoaearall JackwKi, the .ire of I. M kOJlLRfs AKt,Stnon. lr more iwd uiddle hor.e. than nny nthcr stal'mn A Child Killed. . a Untgn, in kentueki erbiHl) tii.llier ihilil killed b the ue of opiates ivea a. the old W m Hi. dam I4t.lt tMrK, the form of .aothiiig )rup W hy mother! K,v in Tht'cslt tintf jroairfortlie'HetH. e I I their thlldreii sucli daal iioison is u,pri.in-wiiethe) can rcl the child of it. peiuliar irjuWes by u.inx Ur Acker's llahy Soother It K 1U.1111. ik. opium or niorphuii- i'lu h) Pcnii). T rtTTTOTTTT T ... n " .u pottmatterol Idaville. Indiana. Breaking- and Training1 Stable. lie ha had .iithcient e(erieiue to make nil mi r verr expert in the hiiino uinl his rate-wireasonable Cue him a hare f ur patronage. ll )r foaled , Ilea retained 011 CrvK.V Stanford, K. & "ITVTflTTiTUT A rn I I UU jr.bj lAaaAu'M V W M m mm RiTOfieO rVfiW mVfmlVOOWtaig WX f- , a. . "'"'' J." mAW, TTTJI l..N uuniitt (rood maret al M to m.urr a in. I'll I t .a tni jai. . - yrarxdd the ittS , la. I October. He it 14', hands hi.-- and of hn Km; Ituckdeiu i'm:hiba) without any white ttle and aitioe Hied bv P) tun Kmbite, of I 11 )4 hand, hijrh, line tnanr and t ail, of fine at coin fount, and hat a double tros.of J,m porti- ' lion and I a natural saddle horn-Hlitn retained un m alUuItt till the eaou h Silier Kinj, the hore. ptiit M ur r ... ...... .., Imp i.v.iicn jreat premiumlenny' parted ,v,tiur) due whenC the toll omesMHKh, r nj M. H'(J(S i,y Ureunon .id dam by I ilrurr ivi "' Stan'.rd K tilnre wit a He will., Mont Sreat .li.w hor.r In In- - .la. W hipandiiut of a mure Kinerli Irani, h..r to Insure a Living Colt. e I Wllim.cS. J I. l'h( Ale-ente- Ainur Sims, uti, Wyandotte, la( i.i AA BREEZE I WILKES! n', .11 tonus: ;i " $10 Insure Living ie wit -- 1 "'hv 11 ir. jl. i1. 5526, 1 m i. 111 htlal-I.1I- !',, 1 I l'ft , -- - n )u la Waterloo! ,rt 1 I CiN in', v . i, '.ii., . 1 11 iji; i t'-- .'-- 1 $20 Insure Living 1 Iusure 1 - 't ll). rhT" ......,, k, - M ""'' ........ ... iSsT lit 1 iuvvyArv( 1 Harrison Chief, Jr., $12.50 d i, liuiirt ". t. llam-hletoai- an ' Insure Foal, Mesx-ogcr'- u Insure f ss Ken-tuc- k) New York, .(IKMjIDMJIIJiI), , Hoston, he-i- , Watt-rluoui- ,.,, Wallace Oenmark; 1 K 1 1 111 hiw.l1-t.11l & Insure Living NEW ifDIRLEAre3 UAilMDILICV 1 ""... iij. 1 how-legge- thetove hre-ed- s lorn STEVE WALKER, 1 ' lie-b-y " wi.r... rM,:- $o,o 1 1 - dl r THE .e 1 KIotSTG! Living Jack-naill- nrc-tn- TOM ROBINSON, inl,,r Regular Wilkes! - $20 Insure S, 1 ""-"''b- y 7ll ,, ' I ' '"Br , ......'. 11 -- 11 ; -- te-- r - ,"'"" .Vu'C. K. " J Wallace at$l5; Tom atSIO I "' she.,,L.n "',' ankle-whit- e 1 to Insure .... - ,". y ct guar-fantee- Insure urTi-ticr- s fr ,..1 yagtj