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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890042201 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. TjHrJr "3HB VtQp vnifjptijpr'T-nwip"!-.''- " ktmbmmM "iJNrwT wliaimw, iff! w Semi-Weekl- y tr Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 22. 1S90. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. A iur VOL. XVIII. OUR DICK. NO. 15 R. II. NEALE. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. WALLER IIENNETT. r. Tim fnnneis are being ollerod SO Tlie Mouse lefused to accept tlie rents pur hiii for their growing crop of governor's veto of the Paris Klectrie Light hill and passed it, notwithstanding wheat and refuse to sell at that (Igure. .lames S. Christian! is rejoicing -- ver his objection, it icpreseiitu ('. Wan i'M, the in-i'itoll, which tuitlitur. the advent of a pretty little girl at his1 Thome's totwu-ctii- - if Lincoln om;ty, John (Jiiisenhciry is made ed up the the warehoiiM'iucii, was pni to would Mi.iki a good race and a gliidoxei the advent of a bov. sleep by the Senate, which him incieaed auditor. Jessamine .lournal. go-iWin. M. Stout, w bodied downSoiith its leptitation for sense and conservatism rin IsTi:moiClorltvi noiniiniU's t lit ' We ast winter, was brought lieu- - and has therebv. (.'. Warren (di tMiilitnr. II ii . A nact was introduced by Mr. Wiuren ind the noiiiination. Mr. Waireu is ever since heun kept in a vault, was bur-- . H'i ImihIb for wale! to nutiiniM tli iiial fiuiiieiitlv titled- - foi the jsnitlou and fed hi the cemeterv Sundiiv evening. To day, Monday, is enmity com t. A winks in Unfonl alter the Umds have wuld make it capital olllrer. Mt. Yr-noSignal. big crowd is expected in town :i is usual been voted upon and the issue carried The iNTKitinn .lot'UNU. nominates .nt April mint. It is also horse show by a iiiajoiity of thoa1 voting. It is to be hoped that Speaker Myeis' Hun. It. C. Wat ten for auditor. We day and maiiv fine horses will be here. u) II ml any batMr. John Frost, who was sent from hill to abolish the county of Ilarlnn, and if tlie deinoenii doubt tel until (or th place si m Judge IJnr-luii- j here to the Lexington Lunatic Asylum ' parrel itn territory among the surround- hasdeeiined to make lite inre. some time died there Friday and ing counties as it was hemic its orgniat- was fought Here Saturday and interred lion, will promptly become a law. uuerset IteK)rter. The other day Hon. J. L Umce Tlie Stanford IstkiiioM .lorn n mohm In Walker lllgidnliotham was l.eie anne to a cpiestiou of personal privilege Hon. It. C. Warren, ol that county. n.ites .Mr. t..r auditor. Mr. Warien is tlie present j the lust of thu week fixing up deeds, Ac, and complained that the House had id-- 1 n prcscntathe from Lincoln rmnity in to the prowrty he bought of '.Mr. Joe, lowed bills allVcting his county to be the legislature. He is honest and ciim- - (JoU'ey. He will move bis fiimily here! rushed tlfrough in his absence, lie and would make a most excellent the first of the week. Mr. Coll'ey has made use of the point to defeat a j not decided turnpike bill in which Sena'.oi I'rockin- an htnr. Iticliuiond Register. jet where he will go. I The latest place talkeil of for a boom ridge is interested. It was then Senator The Ktuhion .lot iin l nominate-- . Mr. Some Newspaper Expressions as to His Cnndltlacy for Auditor. The iNminm .loi it i suggest Hieli-aid Iik fr nli n ' ti , j j - j wealth's uttor-- ( is Junction City, this county Warren, ex We un-- 1 Untkinrldge's timeand be gave a histo- n nftltis judicial district, foi State dersUiml a eoniNiuy luta been organisms! ry of all the legislation in ipiestiou, to not iiom- - and isbuying up all the laml around the iw that be "iml extendeil to Mr. P.ruce an titr. The ileiiiormut stronger man than place and will soon make preparations all tin that could have r z iu'i'ii chttiier or Almont, Warren, who is,, popular whuiever for a digicom. Over j'AOtK) has been Imvii expected. He admitted that he 1. k Belmont, 1 n iine-te- d in Jellico iccently fmm this, had put through the Pauville Hxtension is known. Somerset Itopubliean. Hon. place. bill. It was a democratic measure and I be IvTKiuon Jot ux i piesents Onward, b c e Lii hard (' Warren, of Stanford, as a, The new rity couneit met Saturday he did not think it necessary to consult Wilkes Boy, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the1 aiul elected a recorder, which completes Mr. Itruce or to cniwl on liis bully to .ludidate (or auditor, lepresenting s s Vatican, .Mr. ;all the ollieers of tonn. Col. Alex An- - bun and ask Ins permission to introduce y of tlie state. oung d.MiiM-rWillie Porter sold Charley andidge Abdalbrino, I 5 wa elected to the ollice of te- - a bill allecting the Senator's own eonstit- - a Warren w at present a member of the gelding for 5100. Idol Wilkes, c 2 legisUture ami is one ol tlie amesi men eorder ami it goes without saying that iicnts. .Mr. Uruce should not huvo been Wntki. 100,000 pounds of wool. Bud Crooke, enaior a. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. and la'st speakers in the House. Mop the otlice will te alily tilled. IJiIly Silli-- iigam-- t it it lie is a (leiuoci.u. I have two yoke Yazoo, man is chief of police and not Millivan Hreckinridge became considerably work kinsville New F.ra. heavv, well broke ed up in making his defense, and spent a work cattle for sale. J. M. Keid. Hun U C. Warren, of Umoln. hat, aN y0u had it in my lust letter. Hylas, ? 2 S T suggested by the iNrBHioitJoix.vM. Itev. James Walton, who has been good deal of sateaMii upon the devoted been Com planting has just omiueuced, Vandal Wilkes, " 2 : and if he decides to make the met t'c at the eminary here for some time, will head of .Mr. Itruce. Ilieieseem.s to be i.,,..,. timll 1...0 1....... i.Iinw.n tnr v.,r. Pretender, support of this portion of the Mate w"l leave this week for (ireeieburg, where considerable leeling between the two Johnson, of Ho vie, bought in the1 nl other good t.illiom ri p re n Icil Is l',,r he has accepted the pastorate 'of the gentlemen. IxiuisMlle limes. doubtless be accorded him. He McCormack neighborhood a cai load of fat cattle at ' toilets. taml) entitled to it i(deotion to party the Presbyterian chinch at that place. 31. B. CHURCH AFFAIRS. interests, iMipitlarity and caimbility ato Mr. W. was formerly a Knoxcountvbov; James Mlirnbv solil ti W. I. Ilerrin ' ' considered neci'Ksary l"l'tio"8The Williamsburg Times repoits 111 ju 'j.year-oh- l he graduated at Centre College two or RICHMOND, K cattle at J cents and to the liauvillr dvcK-atvea. sago ami has since been at confessions to Kid. Lucas' meeting, same nartv a tiair of three mules for ' i;;o0. rhe Imi.kioii Joi iisi.. for itself and tu, Seminary. which is still 111 progress. I. M. Cook, of Shelby county, bought y of Lincoln county, sug- the demiK-rAt a colored baptizing near Spring-f.0. . Madden, of Louisville, a It. C. Warren, the able repre-- , candidate for Clerk Court of Appeals, field, .. Sunday, a bridge fell cairying of (teorge Simpson, of Marion county, gests Hon. jack, Superior Maui-m.i.dilative from that county, ;is a suitable was here Saturday, feeling the pulse of 00 people into the water, inanyof whom the tine inoth, for S1.000. for State Auditor. Mr. Warren is injured or drowned. democrats as to his race and before were either badlv 0. D. Holl, of Lexington, has refused u man of strong qualities, he is an able ,js departure was almost assmed he' W. A. P.roadhurst, a oiler of $4)0,000 for 40 acies of land on lawyer, a thoroughbred democrat and a would get second instruction. Mr. Mad- - Haptist minister of Waukesha, Wis., has He gfhHl man. Should he be nominated he den seems to be a perfect gentleman and decided to embrace the Presbyterian Main street, which cost him ST.'JOO. Are headquarters for canvnss. ami 110 doubt is fully capable of performing faith and laconic a minister in that will sell it out in lots. wnnl.l initLe a red-hTate A Catron sold to It. X Prewitt, TTn.rTTTn.ra nimliiutlnii to do so is now when elected the Stale would Have a the duties of the ollice if he should get ,.l.nr,.), ilia"Ti - - CJ.1 v 4sn -- . w, w www- .ww, rw .w WW, mm wo ., W WWW of Hoyle, Sh head of cattle for fl,tHX);and MMiWVA M YT tj41J nomination and be elected. Frankfort Capital. good auditor. oendini:. lJ- ('.(lover, of Lincoln, IHi head calves The Intki'.iok Joins' i makes an ex-The marriage of Miss Maggie Mr. Fletcher Wilson, who died at to Plows! I'lowsi Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel well-rset Heporter. suggestion for auditor in its n0i,ertH U) .,jor m. C'oakley, ol Camp-kno- Lebanon rctvntlv, bciueathed $.'.,000 to at llr.O per representative, bellsville, which was announced, in your the Methodist Widows and Orphans Squire Murphy takes a gloomy view Plow and you will make no mistake. ti countvmau anil No plow is equal to those; no Hon. It. C. Warren. His democracy i j,pera few weeks ago, was !.,.. rt l... l...,i 1iM.1t list tin. interest on of crop prospects. He says wheat is ful- - ' th sterling sort, his integrity is be-- (,.tj 11H, Wednesday morning at the rei-on- j.VU0 to his wife's sistet, and at her!b' '" l(t'r '"t. hoit of the average; plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to .piestion and his .puditicitions aie of ju.r IU.(. 'I'hoinas McUobetts. death the sum is to go to the board 0f there- will be no peaches, cherries or no sale. .a sk your neighbor. any mail whotnay seek The ceremony was performed by llev. church extension of the M. K. Church plums and not over J!0 per cent of a do good work, or epial totho-eo- f crop of apples. the place. Asa neighlHiriuid friend, we Mr. Coaklcy.'a brother of the groom, South. The attention of stock men is callcounty would delight Mr am M take it tbatlJarnird c'oakley left forCanipbulls-- t Our Somerset contemporary's head is ed to notice of the combination site ot if for nothing else than to h'Hior him prj,lay, where they will reside. leelon the iirohtdition iiuestiou. Hav- - Hunnett A: Xeale, which is to occur at t minuend him for Ins guod souse 111 so hi' ing been urged to .spouse the cau-- e it the Richmond Fair Giounds. May th.iu-.anfoi Ten fonn.l dollars can lee ting one ol her lairest daughters years hence in the bushel of walnuts says The Republican is as much in Theie are some splendid stallions reprehis wife. Central Record. by the posterity of the vor of the end aimed at by the prohibit- sented anil more speedy colts and tlllics The CoiirierJourn.il copied the Intkui- Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall n Jin us i article, says Mr. Warien has um! who plants them. This is not an tionists as they aie, but we dill'er as to will beollered than ever known, considPaper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, made a most enviable record in the leg- - idle statement, as experiments in Xe-- the means to accomplish this end. The ering the numbei. prohibitionists must be given credit for The signal service at Louisville reJewelry and Silverware. l.itntc au.l that he will iro1ably be a bmskashow. Agents are now buvingi ' up every walnut ti unk to be found in being in the main an enthusiastic boily poits that small grain and grasses in t.uididatc (01 auditor. lhe Lhzabethtowii News ami several the countrv, and maiiv of them go toiof people whose intentions are good.- Kentucky continue to improve and with others mention the nomination without Lurope. The man who holds western While there are crunks and canting hyp- a continuance, of favorable weather con- laud for an advance or, indeed, any laud, ofritea among them, who, too olten. are ditions w ill completely recover from the of opinion. Railroad The (Sinnot do better than to taken spade, go recognised as leaders becnise they have setback they received during March. Toone of the latest thconen put to pracli-- t go out and bury a lot of walnuts. the ellrontery to push themselves for- - barco beds ami oats are being sown. Xo Prompt Atlenti Prescriptions Care -- ' il test 111 conuei turn with tobacco culard. yet tho massos of the prohibition- has Wen planted vet and but little To take oil' tho tax on manufacture. wt.,.Ilieanmg citixons. who progi- e- has been made with lienio ture is that theleaxeeiiHlividiirtllyshouM in, , the Wh.dc Ih nelit of which will ,,..,.-,.- . cured, instead of rollLH?-- toUi-co- . ....;, .,.0s of ..11 t,8,..ls are in given to l'.nirr.ix be Milled ami ,M. an.Hi ,.vi of ilPimkltll. fully Cotnpoutided to the dealer, and not a Niuiy to Uie ,!,,,; ,raHk. The arguiuent is Hut while bloom, but from .epo.ts ii the stalk ti the . .... I ...1...I ... irt-jA fl ing and Rcpairin R .!. on a plain utauire me ciuiMiiiuer, uiiii1.hi hihrc f t ihcoiku we do not proK)se to fall out with them tl it no t wo piospects for a good crop aie not prom-abo. The hiwei leax'ee ued in the arts, thereby oetiing the at all hours, day v.tiilv and tojfftht-rit. vet we do not endorse their' ising. of Watches, Clocks Malcolm (Jill, this county, sold to W. v iM.ituiing lh enrlier, are practically dead way to extensive fniuds iiKu the loven-11- 1 views as to thu means they desiio to the lie iiw eam if left on the tftalk.1 until.. the 1.. ..for .! t beiietit of the whisky intoiest, to abate this evil. We do not lie-- H. Mos, about I'OO acies of his farm near , . 1! .. mo wnoiu is 1101 rigui or u popiiiiu.. poncy. i.vury ,juVi, and night. t p I. .ives are inaturiHt ami prohibition. It is contrarv to ljuicaster, at ?') cash. Xo improve- - and Jewelry. T. knife. This n espec- republican who opposes that policy ought thi, HUilu ami to lniinnn natme. As we monts and no cross fencing. plant teady for the . ...... .. . ...,l ' in liti... tli,. cnlt.l uiniitiiil lf liiu ,ntlutitlf. . II l. sold anil delivered a few days ago. B. H DANKS. Jowelor, ."- - " iaiiv appuctuiie 10 uiigiii t.l... i.llV0 nrt.., sn,i tlie liible is lull 01 toni J S WELLS, Ph O. Presc Clk. .. if. i.l .11, f lA'l.ll,. ..(tl l.'llll P. (Ill 1.1 MP l'l.lJ . ..... . 1. k. I.. N. . ..vr." " iiii N'"ii inigiii oe iippiicu ....I to aiistaui II...- HLII...A.. .if I.. !... .l....... imocu i1" ui' "' penuice, lull ot exliortauons The leaves are pulled as thoy Hurley we have' oil 21 acres of land; price paid, 7 cents; v vn If .' from the use of intoxicants, but Vi ron-ideiati- on t'-ee i (. West Virginia lover of J0 years walked it) miles toconitn widow o( ('. Theieis no fool like an old fool. A young lour would have hiied a team or else got a girl neater home. Invitations to the marriage of tlie beautiful MissMarv l.'owlaud have hcen leoeived. The fortunate man is Mr. Ueo. W. IjmmI, and the ceremonv will take place, in the Ihoadway Christian church, Lexington at .VM) r. m., April :5(th. Henry Washburn, 70. ami I 'lien Jones, 1, eloped from Milton, Ky to Indiana and weie married. The ne.xtday the old man returned and asked that the marriage be declined oil' as he did not know what he was about at the time it was performed. Mrs. Susie 15. Wilson, formerly oi this place and widow of the late Menn It. Wilson, was married on lnt Thiirda evening at the l'res'iWeiian cliutih in Kissimmee, Flu., to the Ilev. W. S. Wal Inre, pastor of the I'lesbyteiian i Inircli at that place. Sotnerct Iteporter Mis. George (iould married James . Caswell at Montpelier, Vt., the icrenio-I;- . ny taking place through the bais of his eell after hia conviction to the p"inteii tiary for life for killing Mim. (iould's tirst husband. If the people of her town are alive to ther dntv will see how-bMis Caswell looks decorated in a suit of tar and featheis. 1 Madison County Combination Sale CfcN THE FAIR GROl'XDS, 0 P CO RickoniTUay,Mayl,i$l Jll a J ' dei-Mi- rr- 1 -- For Catalogues, apply to ARBUCKLE, - e d a 1 ' j n t. HIGGINS & M'KINNEY , rJrnnflrinH Soxroa T.-irv- , well-know- n ' , ot ... j ' 1 Mt-tell- ent - ! 1 head.-Some- ' of 1 ,.1-- 1 j ,,,,, vv d .' - ' . j l. 1 DRUGS andJ EWELR Y M AMiP;i 3BIV Best to-da- y 1 expu-sMoi- i j I' i'ATM9 Watch. - t I - ,,,, ! ici-n.-e ppn,!. un-eive- IKZAr-Ji- L ' em-nlo- I ' - - I I ell.. I I i".w, - , 1. .. ,..,"., "n .... v n 1 ... .... .,., . . Wal-hc- e '.' ii.o, . KV 1 A. rV pared fo. that purpose and xxlmli gise A, A . ,ilK.0I1 , os a,Mul ;,, ' the proper ventilation for their cure, .:..,.. Route will s. II mIIlli.nil, making the process as nearly a mechaui- - trtsent sat low excm.on rates fiom all sta- ml one as possible -- Western Tobacco nous oeiwei-.- i vim nimui, .u-nciuis .loin mil. and Vicksbttfg, tickets good leturning The Sonieiet Republican says. The until May 10th. For further informarepublican State central committee tion apply to agents of the liueen & for live hours for member of the Crescent Route, or agents of connecting national republican committee from Hues. and had to adjourn without electing anv one. Col. Bradley ami (ieorge .. If the mmuiiiy of Cleopatra exists, and . .. .. .. . asauegen, n is 10 ne orougiu ig me Denny weie the candidal" for tins einp-ty honor, and the votes weie a tie on I lilted States for exhibition, then we every ballot. The republican politicians shall see how utterly mistaken Shakblamedest set of ti.mr.i 11'nu 1(1 .liw.liirtiii, llinf mrik iitllil lint of Kentucky aie the ...Iil...r l...r nn .etn.n s,.l,. lu.r Inllnll.. fools in ten States. Two years ago Den Vil.jt,lv ny was glad to get pulled thiough as a -- delegate to Chicago on Bradley's A "snore preventive" is advertised in and now he has got the gall to anYork. Xo one will believe it. The tagonize our great republican leader, and only real lemedy ever discovered was is attempting to show him that he does that of tho Kansas wife, who nut a hot ' not carry the republican party of Ken - potato in tho distended jaw of her liege bird. It cured him and killed him. tucky any longer in his pocket. vV bal-lott- W. B. McROBEETS, .lourt M .in Ken-tuck- y 1 .. - not an evil in itself, like n.urderor theft, is piohibited. T -J- oseph McW ilhams, an aged and re- gpecteu Cllizen living near n uuumui-h- , It'll into an open tireplace upon a bed of coals and was burned to a crisp. He is supposed to have stumbled and fallen into the fire, and was too weak with age to get out. He was about so years of ai?u and the father of a large family of sons, who are aiong the best citizens of1 that section of l'ulaski county. W. II. Shadoan & Son, Somerset,' men, have made an stone and ' ' ,,roin.ht t.e nice little sum of 34.2.-.Allowing lhe renter half this gives Mr. W. about StrfoO per acre rent for the1 .ind.-Central Itl-cor- . .in 1, ( p Ho SjI.XNFOKI), Ky. i J.H.HILTOIT Dll 1.IOSS SWITCH, ne;xlei ,n i. i SEW F0BSJTURE STORE! 2M(AK mMHb'M&X, PIIWP, Tjry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Hoot, Shoci, Clothing, Hardware, (Jneens-war- Tinware, Furniture and a s Conoral Lino of Groceries, Alt Limls saw-mi- ll ' coat-tai- l, . M. Iul, tFUbtee. As- $l,S0O; their failure was caused by sets losses on account of the recent assign- UtIlt o( w. H. .Met. k Co., of Louis-Ne- SlSSIgllUiellt tO Fan y Cauda", C rots I n-- &. tf I'rsduce uVcn in ei.lmtiKe for (jooils 1'omon'i c, Ininslcn K w j Lena and Anna Korinly, -- ! ntul -weie received at tlie Jo Saturday, sentenced for long hct prison terms for murdering their illegitimate babies. Thev had fallen victims tosome scoundrels over in Hu lMgo County, and being poor and ignorant, they nmidered their infants as being tho easiest way out of their troubles and to hide their shame. 1 - "- - genuine greenback if held up to the t.. 2c will display two hues running par The gunners of the cruiser Charleh allul across its entire length. There are t0lli tl target piactice oil' Monterey, Oil., HUSTONVILLE, KY. a red and blue silk thread inside tho pa rillud cannon, at 1,000 yards, A r. ill In 111., lintlm... ami rtiili ,n .In 3nw j. per. No counterlcit lias tnem. utriinL' ili direct threo times Ulld at L.'lOO thlnn in; the UmlrtiLlm' lino We have 3 full - j v. ; i, ,. """"" siocx oi v.aci anu i.ajkeu oi an kiuiM ana none, yards also struck tho target. every dctcription. Our lieure, which is iiearl of Tho safe in J. T. Williams store at I U Ifoncfnnl lma liiinn :iinnintiil new cin be obtained on short nonce Mr J London was blown open and $'2oQ in ... .. i .. l.n-tnd uill ihau lia eharirA afrur business lit MI0pllie, I UiaSkl COUIl- - our g0od to any one needing anythintf in our to the amount of money, besides checks iur tv. SRlo, were stolen. A villi. The Kansas Fanners' Alliance has this section in their platform. "A taritl' for revenue sutlicient only to meet the necessities ol tlie government nonestiy 'administered, is what the the farmers ' j tftfS ijbt i J. T. STJTTOIT 11 , CO., -- Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. i -- ,. I BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Hook Krcplni), Short pOst-lliast- 6(-l- ! Write for Catalogue and full lnfarmaUo". Hand, Trleitntphtf.Ae m r nillCUII I E" UIO V lbLCi llfV f IV , Xk.iki&!.i MUlrtiJtiitos? Utw ,t, ,JAi,aAjvl.J. f IK f . $JW'' ' zZ tiC.it iTkZ3rsSn b&3i tff..Jwi rJTV"' wt pWyi."1' ' ' " " "J 'V :&ffX" " r?- - t'. Friday and Thu president has nominated Thos. The papers were Ullo . Hardeman postmaster at Covington, Saturday with sensational reports from1 ll.irlaii to the ellect that the soldier, and ltunsey J. Hampton nt Winchester. asliville Iiatl a il'o.u utire on boys in an attempt to arrest W lis How- AiRfL22. 1800 Stanford, Ky. The Grubs Candyand Crack 17 miles from theeouit-- , ket street. nml his l)ul been tired on by thorn and cr Factory was the principal loser $70, house, six of the siiuad of l(i badly wounded. 000 in stock and machinery. W. The statue of liobert K. Lee has nr Tin. niirlnws wore corralled in a barn so which the soldiers were holding, while rived at New York and it has been or which couriers went for reinforcements. Ser tiered to Kichiuoud without examination Tub penitentiary investigation, no you was begun with such a flourish ol trum-- 1 Reant John H. rulliam, of Harrod.sbuig, or payment of custom duties, Deputy l'. S. Marshal Fu.zleman, if pets a few months ago and by which Was named anions the wounded, but the several members of the legislature hoped 'others were not named. This caused Kl Paso, was shot and killed in a tijjlit to make a record, has ended and the gi cat consternation among the families with Mexican outlaws he was pursuine, The majority of the boys and occasioned many anxious who had stolen J7 horses from a ranch committee has reported. which includes all but Mesrs. Thomas ' am tearful hours to mothers kept in in Texas. Nobody believe.- that the and McChord, say that bad food was the suspense with the fear that their sons one. Look and not the rule, and that the weie among the number. Fortunately cans will dare press their new htrill' bill 11i.e. I to unit. a. convicts are not expected to he pamper-- 1 the whole etory proves to be untrue, but to a passage at this session. The pre-e- d to 'you,- can. see first-- , ul0 wretch who started it deserves to be vailing impression is that It was promul-olas- s of aud fed as if they weie living in 'growth, )'ou boarding-houses- . They also thul hnrned atthe stake for his cruel work. ' gated for talk only, dude died in New A can, no that the Maon it Foard t'nmpnny is ex-- j nt. will.however, continue to conceal his: York from the ell'ects of cigarette smok- - people. eeuting its contracts as well and as hu- - jdontity, it is fearcij. The of lorn : ing. His body changed to a deadly vol- nianely as possible. The minority say This-week'ho kill towish hue mid j,0 literally starved to very to there is too much sameness about the! A nw.ro who confessed that Come see . of the convicts ed 15. W. Meadows, robbed ami munier-- ,julltj, food and that the lease we to republican senators from of (ieoreia. assaulted The new Alr. outside of the walls, was never contemMr. Tower got week plated by the law under which it was Mrs. I.ttnde. of Birmingham, helped to Montana drew lots and Shoes. Laparticipated in the best of it. His term will expire made. The majority report will be murder a peddler and a. reduced, week several lesser crimes, which his gang .March :?, 1S0. and Mr. Saunders will go to We agree with the adopted. Shoes sold, were be Climax that it is about time, after committed, was hanged at Hirminghani out two years earlier. Z 1. PCid week James Dennis, who died at Wayne were are numerous other with Mason, Hoge Friday. There 10 years' experience confession a be town, week t Co., that the legislature should cease ..,r.il.r .hnrned to the red handed to the Ind., made hodeath-be- the chief actor was effect that be week Calf-- Shoes- - in. . making a biennial fool of itself by these scoundrel, but notwithstanding all this, ihilos V, 7. in the murder of Mr. and Mrs.McMilhn, ...7, .' 7. t, O.O 'VT .... .7 i i ....I.J ..J J,:i worthless investigations that squander i,., fnn,l nn the scatlbld and announced I I.IUIVC.II .V ti'ivtun, it vi otou, u.i i j u in, uc num. !.ll'CCIL at, forgiven and that for which act John F. Coll'ee was hanged the time and the money of both the that his sins had been be wech he was "toing home to Jesus." If the in 1s,n. State and the lessees, aud add to the , goods, yt oo ored, was hanged Goods, of the convicts by causing them tories of the brutes who are hanged be nday a that! the jail yard at Ihrnnnghau. be week to become insubordinate and subject to tue Heaven will be tilled with ami e d,,,1 or murder. In-cjame Shoes a, o punishment. ttle. for it seems that they are J of as t woids weie: 'I nn the only ones who are dead sure of get- week AKTER"bearinghis milicious lies to a .'. H,s neck was broken and he was there. A law ought to be enacted ..,,.. .i;a...,..i., w.rtri...,i tlead in eight minutes. point beyond forbearance, Mr. Cleveland .IU jMUWlil HIViT'V WIUOU.. ttta The widow of an armyolllcerat Mos-- , drew the line at Dana's reference to his cll'orts on the gallow. cow, who was in dire want, became dis- wife, and gave away to his long pent-ufeelings, and characterized the editor of Mai. Jom.n D. Hakhi.V visit to Frank- couraged and she ami her rive daughters the New York Sun as a senile, old liar, fort has renewed the talk about his can- locked thgnselves in a room and turned TMC. We on the gas. When found all six weie didacy for lieutenant governor. thief, blackguard and the cowardly dead from suffocation. . of woman. This brought Dana should like to see him. nominated and In a tit of jealousy Joseph Coltreii to the front with a lresh supply of von- elected if he wants it. but why a man pours out upon the head with his monevand surroundings should emptied a bottle of sulphuric acid in his oui, which he tiov. Kurkner vetoed a bill which o terrible otk. of the man whom he has followed like a want to be lieutenant governor is some- - wife's face at N.ew was to prevent the sale or manufacture ' Nemesis. Dana's democracy has long thing we cannot understund. A corres- - was the work of the drus: that the.vytj-ag-o of liijiwr in a school district in Barren been repudiated and his chief end pondent of the Louisville Times says it man will be distliruied for life and pro. county, heniiitu it is an interference with now seems to be to abuseand vilify dem-- : j3 with the hope of becoming govurhor ably loe her eyesight. the rights of property not authorixed bv A motion to admit Jmige L. v.. um- ocrats, who are his superiors in every when John Young Brown is elected V. , which declares that arrespect. The "senile old liar" has much S. Senator, but the cont nuclides are too c.mno uaii was maue in wiu bitrary )ower over the rights of propertv court at Washington Saturday on the outlived his usefulness and his demise remote to cut any figure in the matter, does not exist in a republic, and that the Is Receiving His eround that eonllnemunt in lail was be- would not be mourned to anv considera-- : "rights of propJrty is lieftire and higher EN EIIAI' luonths ago an old darkey liv-- 1 riously atlecting his never robust health. hie extent. It1 than any constitutional wuntion " ing in Madisonville was sentenced to 00 The judge reserved his decision. can not be taken even for a public e The majority report of the committee days in jail for violation of the internal Negotiations are pending which will except when due compensation is made. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Cuiaranteed. (live him a call. on lunatic asylums, appropriating $100,- - revenue laws. A petition for his par-- ' probably result in the Louisville South- 000 for a new one, was rejected by the Jon was immediately sent to the presi- - ern linos passing into the hands of the IIOGI.K MISS irgmia House, after much waste of time, and a dent, as there were doubts of his guilt, owners of the Fast Tennessee, ol la a Ondldjte for Snvrrinlrndt-isubstitute for the minority report, which but the old man served his term and A Georgia road, they being anxious to Schcc4 uf Lincoln crnnij- Ulet lion Am;u, Public yaappropriates $155,000 for enlarging the went home sometime ago. Finally the gain an entrance into ljuisville. Anchorage Asylum, was adopted by a pardon came. The government machin-An etibrt.is being made at Washing-votM. of 50 to I'S. This 'settles the Crab ery under republican rule moves with ton to have the live Kentucky revenue a It a Cindidiie or Clerk of the Coat t of ApMal, Orchard Springs proposition and that de-- j majestic slowness and red tape often in- districts consolidated into two, witii lutject to the action of the DiiBMralK Ansuftt, tStjo lightful resort will still be the Mecca of terferes with right and justice. headquarters at Louisville and Lexing- pleasure hunters, if the management deton. The eonimisMoner aud the presi- Dr. A. S. ov. 15u k.nek is going to be a delegate dejU flre sai(1 to omiori,, tl,u whe me. cides to keep it open. We believe that Sl Rl.KON' Dl Nils! And Spades, the purchase of the property would have from Hart county to the constitutional The treasurer of the I'nited Mates V II M Kobfri.' Main irret on-been the best thing for the State, butthe convention, which from present of SUW.OOO for om wauts an appropriation Ilrm lurt, Slanfenl. & solons thought they saw a job1 tions is sure to be composed, for the new doors and locks to the treasury, Sets, in part, of the very best men of the which contains $WO.OOO,000 of money in the business and were too utterly too-- ! most t R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. too pure to consider the matter on its; State. The governor will add dignity, and sureties, because an expert succeedAlso a full vtock of I.atulrcth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossinan s ability aud broad statesmanship to the ed in gaining entrance into the vault in real merits. DENTIST. (j.trden Seeds in papers. body, and his presence in it will be of 17 minutes. Oilier on .Main utrcrt, oppovte t'orttfltin tlnu.c, The committee has reported favorably inestimable value. tip tuiri. Work on the Beattyville extension (Mrjciini;. Niirout tltiilr 04 sitrn far pamlett to the House a hill to ereetaSi'o.OOOpub STANFORD. KKNTL'CKV. of the Louisville Southern is being rapAs will be een by the clippings oh lie building in every town where the pos idly pushed forward and the road will tal receipts are $:!,000 and over, not our first page relativeto the candidacy of be soon completed. It is Btated that DR. W. B. more than W.0OO.OO0 to be used for the Hon. It. C. Warren for auditor, it is !.....-1I t. IJiL.li itit.l li. . linnennil iraiUS Will l)e running iu nn.rmn tUn flrot ..ko- - O.n.,1.1 I. a kill mi'Mini' With lllticll fllVOT. ,.., ti,;D' in six weeksand that they will reach .... rV. .... :., I. v... nw uecome a law, uanviue, iiarrousuurg, i...i:.... .i.... n. ...:n iw.. ... f.. tin ...,a ucucic Office South tide Main tlrrvt, in orKce recently Beatty villu before the 1st of August. Lebanon, Nicholasville, Richmond, Shel- - worthy son of the oldest county in the I. K Huffman, Stanford, Ky. .. .We have the finest and most complete stock of Dr. Ainsworth, in charge of the re- vicated bjr.tlr. byville, Taris, Versailles and Winchester Suite, is elected to the otllee, thatall who cord division of the war department, es- would be entitled to buildings, while know him arc satisfied he is so fitted to timates the present number of the ur- Stanford would be left out in the cold. fill. and that vivorsof the war at l,'JS5,-74- , Our postal receipts for the year ending hae removed my office to my residence, oppo Gov. Bryan hasappoiuted Laurie .1. this number will be reduced to :540 by mi; female College, where l will l feund at ll March 31 were $2,770, or $221 less than IIUCiH KKIl) umo ,4 . particular star of the year lOtO and extinguished in the amount tixed. The receipts are, Blakely, the bright, be as We hope the pension list will also be ex- however, constantly growing and they the Covington Commonwealth to HOUSE, enrolling clerk of the Senate. tinguished by that time are expected to exceed $:5,000 this year- - sistant The trial of Nashville's new reser- The compliment is most worthily beB. KILET, Proprietor, F. It will delight the small boy and many stowed, but his friends and admirers voir resulted disastrously. A main London, - - - Kentucky. ine a large one to know that the bill, intro- - would much prefer to have Mr. Dlakely broke and tore up a portion of street and shot a heavy stream of water duccd in the House to prohibit circuses remain on the tripod. I have moved to my new Hetrljand am teller 40 feet througtl the air. lie new CIIHS preuared than eer to arcommod.110 the public. from advertising features thev do not lSver in Stanford. Call and examine and be convinced. H vustkau, having run the re- - tiau church and a handsome residence and every eonenience Mr rat ool l.trcry attachnl A great many Have, has been killed. me a call. publican party in the ground in Ohio, ,venj j ijnL, m both were badly damag- - 77 (iic FRANK RII.EV. people who never go to shows unjoy '" eU lieioro tne water couiu oe turneu on looking at the bins, which are often the "iU oK"1 "" e,un " t"iu--- i A The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance best part of the layout. Barrett's circus shied his castor into the ring at Brook- Shoes. is to exhibit in Frankfort about the 1st lyn, becoming editor of the SUndard- rj0 j1UfJ at last paid the estate of John 15. I deirc to ell my larm of ahout ijci ai situ- i)aviess $14,700, being principal and ated about and the fact that the advance man gave Union, which is to be made a great ietnilc north of Stanford on th Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs, Lace Curtains, &c. Kuh llranth pike, opposite paper, if money can do so. terest on thK policy ho held at the time are about $0 acre in wheat the old church. I'heri' legislator h complimentary may each and rye; the balance -dwelling ol his death and upon which payment of the farm well et in timothy 1ooJ rrr. have have had something to do with the The New t: ork Word speaks of him Was refused on the grounds that Daviess of four rooms and km hen and a tpleiidld ne , deiith of the foolish bill. am; it well watered and fenced. Tovcftilon can as bamuelJones Kamlall, while most of immediately. For J. J'. committed suicide. Hie case has been be civn Stanford, or write particular!, the undersigned at Ilailev. F. WrjHF.KS Tiik Central Record, Mr. J. K. Marrs' the other newspapers give the dead. Mercer circuit court for n Cincinnati, Ohio. in the new paper, at Lancaster, appeared Sat- statesman s middle name as Jackson. !.ear8 repeater in A colored republican urday and came up to expectations in The Congressional directory gives no light on the subject. Which is right'.' Hliode Island, arrested for fraudulent every respect. It is a neat MT. VERNON, KY. voting in the late election, pleaded guil- quarto and starts with an advertising NEWS CONDENSED Hotei;u Mill maintain iy t0 jiavinB voted twice for Ladd in dif- - Thitold and patronage that must be very gratifying Charge reasonable. Speferent precincts under different names. ing in fine reputation. to the clever gentleman at its head. That -- The Massachusetts House voted j 17 cial attention to the traveling public A Suro Curo for all Dit.oasos In it seems that it is not enough for the the paper will be a success is assured to 40 against jjrantin.' woman suiiraee in .l P NF.WCOMII, Prop, Ml Vernon, Ky. repumlcans to perM'iuaie niinoniy ruie S3.1t Bro. Mum will be heartily wel- municipal elections, and that comed back into the craft goes without The St. Louis club bested the Louis- - in Rhode Island by a legislative gerrsaying. We hope he will prosper even villes 11 to 8 on their own grounds, a ymanderthey must hiie repeaters to give them even this hold on power. beyond his fondest anticipations. bad start for the latter. l'he Hiveraud Harhor bill as jiro-Tennessee prohibitionists have do ArisliiG from Impurities of the Blood, wid JBSSSSSSSSSSSJ Thk miseralde juggle known as the sented hy the committee appropriates (V)JlOUSVIUt K(WAl8AMTtCHICAC0Btv(9t0 noininato candidates for gov- . from Functional Derangements. a Ot II..L tnlnil .rta..t uiii 10 ui In.!. lArtSk ...... Con iWl fUVl Pnr U'lMitllrL-- j nil unnrnnri. v. mi, . nrviuicj lauu ,.,....,... nn(l rvinirrpsamon mill will Imtd n S.800,000 is reeoiiimemltMl. House. A contemporary expresses it In state convention June . ation of nearly . ...... 'tA AAA ... Inv ,1... I ll..n A DEAD SHOT ON s .,.. utiimiic; a nutshell when it buys: "It propose t. WORMS, AND A CERTAIN J1 II n'l. icuuuruI ...,..- - illr i uiil, .1... rl II1IS Hlllll f.WU.UW in IUI hid juiu h....i uic ihc Leaving tiotlt reduce the revenue hy increasing the du- Louisville hank robber, turns out to ,)e er, i(K),000 .loOOO for the PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. ties when such an increase will help the untrue. It was a fellow who wore spec- lnuiana cuuie, siw.uwu lurme rveiuut-KLOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI! For Sale by A. W. PENNY. 'Kv. republican vote, und decreasing the du- tacles and looked like him. river and S2.),000 for Uotigh river. The j Daily, Secures to Traveler, reduction will not interfere get $!o0,000 ties where the Cumberland river is to Hy order of Gov. Gordon, of Georwith the republican vote. In other words gia, General Commander of thu and .? 10,000 below. THE MOST RAPID ROUTEl Tufted nbovu Nashville ! Gov. McCreary has introduced a resthe tax on wool is increased for Ohio Confederate Veterans, there will be held Ever attempted between the great commercial and Indiana, the tax on sugar is reduced in Chattanooga a genera! reunion of all olution, to be referred to thu Committee citiet on the Uhi River and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and mott comfortable traint beKKKT Sl'KClKIC cures all blood diseases, for louisiana. on Foreign Relations, declaring that the tween all points tn the South, or to the West and White Swellinif. Syphilitic dmease, in all its such asSrroluli I (m roat confederates on July (1, A, .". l V S'""'"1 1'nci Uks, this train on all .'",l,,elegislation Northwest. The counterpart of Limited Express. MAVIS' IKON lllTTERS Is the most pleasant to ake of ail the will view with favor . A very desperate statu of all'aiis is House trunk lines is denominated The Cou W. H. Yost, big brained und big it Rivet a keen appetite, enriches the blood, vu,,," the hver and " tUr" the for closer commercial relations The superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons and nervoiu system. lrice Si per bottle. energy to 'VP" tut muicl A iiumher providing bodied, has decided to become a candi- said to exist at, Harlan C.-WORM SYRUJ- - is mado I'nited States and other Unlimited Csmlort Monon and nick to Monon.il OATLIKK'S anJ ,h"efo'e recomn,enj' of the best .u. till between the Say Mcnon, get left it with the soldiers, -- ' " date for superior judge in his district. of families sa, mK'S3 k,Xbnie? you want to save money and hve a pleasant jour- glKSS' Sheriff Howard, who says he countries of the American continent aud ney He is a line lawyer and when it comes ,M-. '"",a"e" asking that legislation looking to recipS.cW H..dacU. lor lull information, time cards, map., folders, to holding a seat down on thu bench he will not go back into the nest of assass- rocity treaties reducing or repealing du- etc, cnll on or address Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by the W. C. CRUSH, T. 1'. A., Louisville, Cy. has got the "heft" to do it as well as any ins. Capt. Gaither 6ays an outbreak i ties on the products of the countries afI' A., Chicago, III IAS. MARKER, WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., OrW. U. McROllliRTS, Agt., Stanford. fected bo introduced. liable to occur at any time. man in Kentucky. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal 1 .Mar-nr- .l INTERESTING! Id. - P. WALTON. I ' people, In this dai ivhen are ni'ieh adrertisiiin' is nHrttH.inti the attention of the doubt many times after reading the numerous advertisements j j - repubh-exceptio- n i ( Hurt-rove- s, is claiming the lowest prices and. superior advantages. into matter; it wit prove interesting nothing Take dan but look at the different places, then for ijoiirsolf Most yon know of the steady aud continued of our establishment. grow as ours has unless it has the support of the also know that store support the people means large stock and prices. offerings will prove interesting all. how and will prove it you. Lvery fr dl ,. s . Kich-mon- d d , , rt i - I 1 : Je-ti- ng Special bargains this in Ladies', Gents' and Children's dies' Shoes irtiich were sold at great bargain at $1.50 this SI. 25. Ladies' Common Sense which at $2 will sold this at 50. Ladies' French Shoes which sold at $2.50 will sold this at $2. Men' s fine Shoes in all styles which were sold at SJ.75 will sold this at S.oO. .Men's nil J i, .....,. r JZ. litis SinM in &. all grades will sold this 26 cents less than former price. All other Clothing, fats, Carpets, Matting, Trunks, $c, such as Dry will sold this 25 per cent, less than their former price. with every pair Ladies' bottle of French Dressing, for this . -e ! only. p THE LOUISVILLE STORE 7W"W - . ... ........ Main Street, SAklBTGER, MAJSTAG0ER. ' ' j tliecoii'-titiitioM- ittt(t:affi(;o,t..,. u-- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. j j KATE - u - i 1 e F. Krinkley -' t""J-Klct-.ioi- i A. A. W A RBKSN'S model c;koci:ry" Garden Pens and Ilcans I PRICK, For Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks White Onion bulk. indica-suspicio- r Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red I ; I j I ; ii ., ! . t t ...,. PENNY, Dentist. NEW GOODS! J REMOVSDI RILEY s 1 lO-'O- THE j j Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, Full Line of Thos. Fmmerson's Sons Cents' fine Boots and, 1 d j Farm For Sale. ii r. ,,,'.., I j i six-colu- NEWCOMB wijll-leno- HOTEL. SEVERANCE & SON. DR. ELLIOTT'S Medicated Food, 1 HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Lj.,, -,- -- SSr ,-- I I I ' .. ...... ii-- f U XEW FAST MAIL , Stanford. The Great Remedies 1 '," ,!'! t,.i - ZXttUKtiZl!rr w."jr I C-- 'tes . WIIlIamsburir.Ky. iliKfrafia i-- . i "(t' w'f 7 v'1'' - nnyn,' . m m wgyHP'i yjijyv' rril! jf--r , -tt- -.fr Y.IyfitfTT'-'' -- -' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal! Mrs. Wanted. To buy : real yomimlvos. John M. I'hilips. Foil Sai.k or I is not F, tt.cwAi.TON, bus. Monugor MEANS Apply to A xhw I. renttlitt UurpetitorIIou.se. Carpenter. U. BUSINESS. ami novel lino of jroods received at the ".Mmlel (Sroeery." tlrst-clas- s jut Stone (Jap Herald says there there for love nonnoney, notwithstanding tworivers tilled with shining bauties glide uv coining town. It would pay somebody to make a special trip to relieve bucli a famine. The P.ig Whilst "laying up treasures in Heav- 11 llsh hook to be bad en" better lay up a few in Big Stone ' - LwDliKlll'N (iHrilull Seedn, ficstl Illld Heniiine. A. It. Watch as nml jewelry repaired warranted. A. H. Penny. and (Jo to (lowland for photographs, $1 per iloien. Frank Cordlor. Mm I, m Tiik beat place to buy drug, patent tackle at medicines and toilet articles is nt A. Jl. 800. I.wimrt ami best assortment of flshlne, H. McWoberts'. Call and ; Iiuv your school books, ink, tablet, Fon Hbni. My house and gtrilon. l HiipplteH of all paper, pencils Place has on it an abundance of fruit of kinds from A. 11. l'ennv. all varieties. Mrs. K. 0. Helm. and-fichoo- Penny's. lHK.Muldlesboio Hop cost its ters over $1,000. It was a big affair, but the next time the boys give one they will let their guests provide for their own conveyance. Tho fieo train feature was so imdly aouseil that it was hard to tell who had a right to ride on on it or who came for the ball or their own private business. 7; promo-- , 'carneu.-Nuur.iay.oni, iap now, before tho two big sales to come oil' May 'J7th and June 3d. Her-th- e aid. The proposition of Wheeler A Parke, of Boston, to build water works in Paris ' TVTT? . ' " three votes Uelngt . V Having secured the services of TnTTflC: Tk 7-- T.TTWCT riTC PXTYrTCrfl VVW VAAXVAA. V, I am now fully prepared to do -.-r,- r, ,.,. llim!nilt .... ...... ,,,. . .,.,,., . f k.1 S'OMKiiBr cot ?J..(00 in the Inst drawDalk WoLroiti) Iihs opened a guueml All work warranted and promptly done. tho merchandise store at Xoedntore and is ing of tho Louisiana Lottery. Young Bill Foster held a U'Oth of the ticket. Mioses l.vtle. rereiving a liberal share of trade from which would have entitled him to SI,- Cm.. W. (J. Wkuii nnd wife went to the eopeof that place and ltowland. -- .0, but he swapped it oil' a few days be ' iiiusville yesterday. Whx near Xelsouville Mail Agent fore with a railroad man for a chance in Mil II. C. V vniiis is visiting his broth-- 1 Moadowg 011 Xo. '!' out of Louisville on a diamond ring ralllo and lost that. Old r. M. .1. l'airis, inJianullo. Mas. II. S. Witiikiw are Sunday night discovered four sacks of Bill is tlie maddest man in Somerset and Mu. (Mi mall which he had pi lml near the htove says "Young Bill never did have any which appears on our national coins spending a few days in l.ouiHville. to he on fire. The Nicks with content sense no how ." which he ordered while director of the John ltun.iiT, of Middlenboro, upont a - mint. wre considerably damaged. dayH uith hiH homefolks here. limn: is a chance to get a copy of Web- The Louisville & Xashville is now W'r. aro indebted to Train Disputchtr Cms ,: BiiiDiiMi, couple of ster's Cnabridged Dictionary, bound in the only railroad on the cast side of the .1 favors. l. Letcher for additional the former living at this place and calf and well printed, for a meie song, river that has an uninterrupted line of Mai. 11. A. K nh will 'ie hero the latter at Junction City, will open a We will give you one, a year's subscrip-- communication with Xew Orleans which and would be jlad to undertake any buer bottling establishment at Bowland tion tothe Inteuiou Joi'knai. and three is shut in by the Hood. Friday evening work in his line. in the next two weeks. They will do a months' to the Xew York World, all for a (iovernment tender ran into the Mavok and Mils. U. H. Huunhipk wholesale business exclusivclv. SI."). This oiler is open for a few weeks draw of the New Orleans and for a eouple of weeks' vitdt Icavo CoNbiniiiiiMi that there were live bar- to old as well as new subscribers. The Xorthcrn's trestle, and disabled it so to Cuiiiberlaud Falls. dictionary contains about 1,(500 pages and that travel over the (Jueen and Crescent IlM AND 1.IZ.IK TWIDWKLL, of rooms in full blast and a drug store or so '2 will be impeded for two or three days. llustnnvillc. were bete vehterdav. Mifc.s where prescriptions can yet be tilled, weighs pounds. there was remarkably little drunkenness Ida's health bus uronlly improved. lt FB AT m,I)lk.s110I1o.a ,lj. .VKW ADVKUTISEMKXTS Cot. J. V. IJoe, the popular cowlm-t- or here circus day. Two or three negroes mlc, fron, MaU w00dson to Mr. W. L 1.. fc X., was the cucst of his and one or two white men only made Saa vt.8t,.r,iav on the flrt.f wMph fiays tiat bogs of themselves. relative, Mrs. W. 1'. Tate. Saturday. startwl from a gasoline stove in Dr.1 And We Have Mils. T. V. I'attkiihos, of Texas, who holding' ,,''H ,,r,-- ' Htor,- - wiP"d 0llt everything Tin: act changinhe time for Ikw been visiting her parents, Mr. and the 8,lnr' vxn'l ...,......! !.,.. Most eonntv court in Unciln from the 1st to .. . . i... Mr. Win. MrCornmrk. started home tl'o '! .Momlaj in encti month .Iocs not "" ""- n"""" will tell .It " iii.w.i-i- , ....1. ,i.;....... ' wyesterday. A A 17 T Is with the most valuableof them. Huuk in SUii t Mr. Warren writer us., till L.n - . ........ .... p. - it.ti. ..tfni-- .,.-.- . ..wMit. J. A. Hi iiamiin went to Iioum-buriusl, including There were 1 1 1 LJ 1 I 1 1Y1 11 28, 1890, MnylAlli. Our next county court will villo .iturday to meet his wife, w1h .... onMtm of 1... Iw.l.l on tin. Kirai M.m. Mr. Woodson's furniture store. Tliotlre ,, inereiore steatU, ' bas been in Kansas, and they returned day in May a njirn, and the June rouit on the eiiL'iiie cave out about the time it was HtiaK, (..,lui niimupr i Moves, bom i uokmiinu of ltd (,nhs aimI a x'y marc homo Sunday. most neeiled and did no good at all. Dr. '5d Moudny. Sale lu lr;in .it 9 a. m Glen's, Dn. John Mow. n ims, who has been I KICK IIKF.MKK. ij Pigg had a tine stock of drugs, all of which, BvLi..Tlie Intxhior Joiiinai. and the house, are a total loss. risitinw bis mother. Mrs. Sinus, wont up .Saturday, whom be will Bhsi IImII Club has been to Mt. Vernon -The mass convention of ilemoeiats at and after a few wueks of practice will be proljubly locate. SfiHii John IUiikv relumed yestei open for challenge. The boys aie san- latica.stcr nominated Joe S. Kobinson he annual meeting of the ioi kholdert uf the 1 urnpikc Koal Cu for day froMi a visU to bis son. J. C. lfcilley, guine of another Miccew f id Mm.Hon and for county jildgc, a splendid gentleman statttoril ami Hall the ,l. tt"ii of j l'rptilint ami Knanl of lirector wliote hwrnitiK teletrraphy iiudar Mr. J. say tlmt the penaut o( this iwctlon will and a good domocr.it. Our Varxlevct-r- ' the cnuine yc.11 will W hvUI lor be worn by Uie Lvrimioii Join- - man, M. D. Hughes, was a good second, st rc in sunftlru hri Satunlay in May, itsgo, al K. Caw, at Hrodhuad. J I.W.V I'm n oMk (. m and while his Lincoln friends sympa Capt. Tom Hi h a iii, instead of hand-Hil- l n.m.s. thise with him in his disappointment, the mails, will handlo the Huekuye John Mkmnowb, arrestinl at machines this season with the hope of Saturday for currying a concealed a pis- they aro glad that so worthy a gentleman ndiliui; to his lurre and taking from his tol, was given ten days in jail and lined wins the honor. Mr. O. F. Tillett, the I he candidate, ran the race nearly to toiUioMerof the Huttonville K Co(Tey' ndiposeti'-sueAs other Sft by Judge Shelton. yesterday. Mill turnpike Kvail Co. Hill rnct--t at I)r llrown's open a soon as his tim-- i is up Marshal New land the finish and then withdrew. County olht e in lluttonvillu the nt Saturday May, 'jrt, Koiiuirr Fknrki has devided to electing at t i k p in f r the purpottwateh riiHiiriin: and jewelry stand anil will take him in tow on a charge of Attorney James II. Brown was nomina- PremInt au.1 Iloanl of DirciU-r- furJthe eomisj,' ('. C ION. I'rcaklent delegate to the constitutional year 15 will occupy a window in Stapi tfc MeUob-ort- burgliuy. Meadows is said to be the ted for I have a full line ol Mr. elothing store. Ho will no to who robbed Uncle Tommy Ball and convention without opposition. man Hughes was over Sunday, taking his deto purchase bin stock. served two years for it. , who spent the feat philosophically and speaking highly Miss (ti:oin.i Damd-Whili: cOL'itating on the incidents of of the winner. Dripping Springs and The Mockheliicnof thii Stanford aixl Millrilce-villMtinmerof Turnpike are nutlfltHl to meet at MrCur. In packages and bulk. Also all varieties of afterwards made sin-- a failure as a traj-- his soldier life in the Mexican war, perHAititODsuuiKi nu tiered a turrilic fire niack' church lit Saturday in May at 9 a m Mr. Bouben Williams, who colo the al'reide.t a In Hoard of Dirn torn ly star, is wiiinini; irolden opinions now haps, A private letter f rom eiwuinj; y ar. H.T lltXI.P.et. S N. V. Seeci lects the express, went to a store Satur- Sunday night. hs the star bin leaner with lixey, there says that about !1 o'clock, while all day from which an expiess card was Mihs Jkksik Cook, a Lincoln county church-goe- rs At lowest market prices. In fancy were worshipping, For Sale---Bric- k Residence hanging and deliberately loading the the beauty, is pnvliiir unite a toast in Cardwell's drug store and Opera House Kntert.nnmenLs in her honor card on his wagon, took it to the depot. caught fire from unknow u cause. It was live, In v huh t t Mam street, and the have been iriven each by Misses I).ivn, Agent Carpenter asked what he wanted burned and also O'Hedwitz'H confection- buMiie!. hi nou kn IUix.k. oppo.is th ik done with it, when Mr. Williams took in llOUSlKt site Court Stuart, Stanford I have SARATOGA CHIPS, something new and popular. MAPLE1 Mary Potest and Sue and Sallie Hardin. ery, Matheny & Poteet's dry goods Mil. Ukohoi: H. Hku-- has just return-oi- l the ludicrousness of the situation and store and II. C. Woods' confcctioneiy SYRUP, the best on the market. Other Fancy Groceries always from Xew York, where he went to was soon back down town trading the Above these buildings was Chenoweth's on hand. Staple and Heavy Groceries in abundance. card for the package that was to go. mm: tho linn he is to trnvul for and jrt't Hall, which was alto destroyed, and also their samples. He will represent the The toikhulder of the Kush llranih Turnpike FLOWER CROCKS, plain and fancy and somcthing"altogether new On the Mb of thie month tho county Bottom's saloon, Hansford, James & Co., Huhblv the ist to treat shoo house of St. John, Kerkam .v. court ordered an election to take a vote dry goods, and Smith A Witherspoon's May to elect a meet at ol Iitrcctors for Saturday In in that line. Call and see them. Hoard the ensuing Co., and will commence evanircliriiiK at on C. (.INKNS Prtstdent. year the question of subscribing $20,000 to drug store. It then crossed the street once. Mi!s MATTiEOrtM.KV left Saturday for the capital stock of the Cumberland rail-- and burned Gadscomb's whisky house, . Ilirminnlmm, Ala., where she willattend road. The order applied to the Stanford express olllce, Hue's gallery, Mrs. Turnersville precincts. Hubble was ler's dwelling, Morgan's barber shop, Mis V. r.tbe innrriiiKO of her school-mate- . CRESS, W. wagon and horse. then a part of the Stanford precinct, McFeat's furniture store and Uadsconib's my hae added nos burgiv, my stable Second 10 Nora Hewitt. Miss Annie Paut:hman Is a Candidate to rrpreseiit to livtry business, m.iking ESTATE AGENT, Constitutional Ctmicntion, Lincoln county in the her and will visit Miss l!ober known as Xo. :!, though a bill had passed residence. The loss is estimated at ovt r none in this section. KirH clau turnout on short notice and feeding by the day, ueek or month a ta Ijitlmer, the fascinating young lady the legislature making it a separate pre- - f 100,000. The amount of insurance bad specialty. O.J 1HUKMO.VI), Barbourville, Ky., , Junction City, Ky. iO;.nn who was her guest summer before laM, cinet. This bill was, however, not Bign-- not been fully ascertained when the reTHE COMMERCIAL HOTEL llts for ale sorae 01 the . hoUc property in the governor till the 10th and of port closed. O'Kedwitz's insurance had ed by tho at Athens, (ia. Correspondence boomint; iity of llarbourville. J. II OWENS, Manager, HARRY A. EVANs, solicited. Mas. M. C. SAin.k, Pell, ltowan, course did not take clfcct till then, nor expired the day before. - Kentucky. ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, jWM.AYKKS Jaiftes, (ieorge and Caswell, arrived from till after ollicers bad been appointed to JAS. (J C.1YF.NS. Harrodsburg, Tiik Kentucky Division of Railway Friday night, glad to be back hold the election there. The jk)11 books Wyoming I have STANFORD, KY taken chare.' el this popular httel Station A genta met in Louisville Satur and intend to run it in a first. clash manner in ever) with their old friends, who are delighted will therefore bo sent to Hubble and tho day for the purpose of electing oiheers : respect. It is heme papered and painted (rom Encnneenng' and Surveying in .' to have them again. They are at the lawyers say she will have to stand her and top to bottom, the bedding it being renovated and Attorneys at Law, appointing delegates to the national. eierytlung done t make it pleasant nnd c.mfort-abMrs portion of the tax if the subscription is' all branches. Portman House for the for Kuesls. The tabic (hall nexer be snrp.i-e- d . convention, which meets at Cleveland - - Louisville, Ky. 327 Fifth St., b hotels in this section. Jennie Dunn went on to Monticelloand voted. J II. OWEN'S May 'Jl. J. Ci. Rarrv. of Xew Haven, shrese HuiMin Missea Kinma and Helen Sautley stopped preachers who Wtt8 Tiik two - ( H president, J. A. Carpen iV 1 R 'S R A 1 V for a few days with friends in Louisville, wanted to to to the circus and went, are u.r, stail0r,, and W. M. O'Bryan, Row STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. KK NK MAUIMON JAS (i. CIV ENS but are here now receiving a warm wel- to be compluuonteil ami ailmireil. I Here lnill, were iade and F Ml person wiihine a pleasant lite and well come from old ami vouncahke. is no harm in attending a well conducted O. Coney, Khzabethtown, secretary. .Mr. pleaicu wile let tnem ine Patent Flour made at GlYENS & Land. Stanford Knllcr Mills. Call for it at your cro- circus and so believing, theso gentlemen O'Hrynn and I'. L. Clilford are amone. eery, and if they lias e not got it on hand, urge CITY AND VICINITY. (jrrard Circuit Court W. II. Kinnaird, Adni'r, REAL EST TE. went openly and above board where eve- the deleKates to the national convention. them to keep it, or Ret an order from them and Margaret (iill and others, Dells. I'lff , get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a, pleasant Ily virtue of a judgment of the Carrard Circuit - A nkw and beautiful line of one and rybody who knows them could see. The arssooiatiou anil interesting laimly was organized in the the abose t led suit, will V. .N. rui is, Superintendent. 98 It. McKoberts'. eight-daSome less religious and moie hypocritic- Stiittt nbniit v vears aeo. its obieet lit" uurl in clocks at limU-amis ImmiIiI Toun Lots, Coal. Iron and ,, ' ritlaVj Itlay al preachers would have waited and takOI.D1890 or sold on Commiktion, CorrespundeiKi" for the mutual improvement and On Tbuisday next I will commence en the show in in some city, where no inn solicited loi yr benetlt of its members. It has a sick handling northern lake Ice, which I will familiar evt! could see them and where mSTHBRFORD HOTEL. until the tjle from benelit fund, from which a member is ( ontlnuin to the d.i t. da rudder .it public is com WALLACE E. VAUNON, hiqlitt outcry iiteUd, sell sell ut '2 cents per pound retail. I. I lamp-ton- . they hoptd to pull the wool over OKI follow itii; described property ut s'ionVillk. K. RjVl1 nSHihtaiu-- when from sickness he on the prrnuies the Mouse and is Vrretof Land on Stanford St.. Attorney at Law, Wo believe in making the is r,imiL.red unable to work. Besides there Mastei's. ill the town ol Lancaster, Ky A Tract of about - - Proprietor. t FitANK M.Muix, a son of Alex Martin, most out of this life possible and of on in tin' i"U ol I. unit Kontuoky. P. W. GREEN, i,urwul 0f employment connected town crca Lancaster,alsuKy Maniuru Also the I AH OK Stanford, ol ' had one of his hands fearfully mashed joying every innocent aniiiM'ment that wit, the association, wliieh assists Haling leaocd the above hotel, tcfitted and rAK.M left by John S. tiill at hi demh, tring Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin, am prepared to accommodate the pubthe Stanford yile, near while coupling cars at ltowland Sunday itself. The hymn book very berH t0 ,in(i l08itions when out of work, east of butueuti aid pike and theLaiis.Kler, Ky , ng counties and in the courts of .ippttil. lic in Gooi style. Katt reasonable Crab Orchard mainly night. store. lOflice over .McRoberti ft Stass' dfun I.uery and Sample Koonis attached turiipiVo raid .uul conUlmri; about 800 Acres truthfully says, "Religion never was tie- '..me still be dindud into trait to suit pure hasWe have placed all our accounts and sinned to inako our pleasuies less," else The Watkin tower, which will be I. M. IIUVCE, I sales will be made on a credit of Terms - Tli notes with Harvey Helm for collection. there would be fewer to seek it than h i , 14 and V months in erected in London and overtop the Kif-f- ilusers will be required equal pa) nn'nt '1uitlipur j ap-& Mclloberts do. to enecute bonds He will be found at Hill FEED STABLE, tower by ":io feet, is to have six lens prosed security, payable to the Master Cotuniis-- LIVERY, SALE All persons haunt; ' 'aims against the e.Wlc ef law office. Owsley st Craig. sinner, bearinc n per cent mleiett per annum Levi Hubble, de d will please tile I hem ssltli Dr 1, Ki.KNs Co.'sfciriMis kuvo two tirst - instead of four. It will cost nu llbmuiVQI saic unm pani, has ni inn STAN h OH I), KV. II. Owsley, lashifr of the Lincoln National ofa nidcmeiit. mien which cveciitinu bank, Stanford All persons knowing rate performances here Friday to good Tho recent order of tho Tinted (tfect if not paid at maturity, and with u lienuiav A MB8.s.i.K from our Mt. Vernon reissue to the estate of Levi Hubble are request SPECIAL ATTKN1ION to COMMKHCIAL proprrtv as additional serurili far says Hnunett Snodgrass for killing crowds. The show is nn excellent one .States Kxpress Company, reducing sala- - tained on the of M.J AND L F HUHItLE, Ilort.es and mules bought and sold. edtoseltle. travelers the p trsliasemonrv Executors. of that ServheJ the payment nil around, with some features that can ries in all tlepartinents K III KVSIDK. bis brother, Squire, was tried before horsetiind veh. !c used in liierv Only tirt-clMast, r C'm'r Oarr.trd Cir uit Court 14 td held without not bo excelled. The ab'ence of tho fa- has aroused a prospect for a general Klder Friday and RAILROAD ELECTION. bail. He was jailed there that evening. kirsand confidence men was also a de-- , strike upon May 1. George V. MeAlpin, head of the cided feature to lecommend it to public; Tiik soldier boys, after a month or favor. The uttiu lies all acted gentleman- - great Cincinnati dry goods bouse bearing Nome is horcliy (risen llial an election will b more in Harlan, will leaeh home hela at the various voting place in Stanford and very pleasantly. his name, died Sunday of pneumonia. ly and the day pust-eH. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Turnersville Magisterial DistrUx in Ltacoln enthusiastic set. Tlay a wiser, but a less Mr. J. T. Ford, who had been hero be-- j Ho was born in 1X'J7 nnd died a very tounty on ing soldier at home is a great deal of fun, fore, is manager and by his pleasant rich man. n.. .m ?ns. .jiis reputation, C.4..Mlr... No Hotel In Kentucky has a better .,. .. but the fun doesn't come in on such ex- manners udded to his large list of friends. A detective sent a telegram to the anu lis pr ipnciur.1. .... l ucicniiiina iiim. peditions as the one just closed. I'riun doVlock a m until 7 o clock p. in lor the shall be maintained. Ho is ono of the cleverest men in the Louisville police force Saturday that Will JJAjPECIFIC purKspnf taking the sense of the .nixliried voters .if said precincts upon the question of is. iiiij; not court Saturday lined l'etu business and his presence is a guarantee H. l'ope had been captured ic Luuiry, N. Tiik police more tn.111 )o,nuot bonus to raise a lunti to pay J. In his leisure M. It will be remembered bow rope He has recently added to its appointments subscription n( $ao,(noof stock in tho CumberHuston S" for disorderly conduct in that tho show is A Xo. ....ll'.l land Kuilrond Co., thi, funds accr ting from said play- HllllIL'tl 'I'll IVU1 1...U..,.!..,. i s tl.n 1 m.lo. t essays to be mu i.uviinliLluiiiWK Iko Hubble $10 for moments Mr. Ford Carr's bonds net to be used except in ai. quit log the light-oPoQl V National Dank in his pocket way or in constructing said roa' throagb the mauling Henry Crow over the head, wright and his highly creditable drama, villo City 1. Also On MONTHLY BICKMtSB county ofl.ineolu from KowIkiis. f .....1 ....!. .(I,, ali,s.s.wl o. ...... 1... M ., . . IF TfkHLH OURVHB CVAAUGt Qs nir j . 0.-1-- 1. for drunken and "Tho Southern Cross," will bo put IHHI, .I1UIIII llliu iiliiusi on,jus county line. Warren Atkinson $5 uivory 6RLKT,JKHtrQUFftRlHewafitlMtW)tQj A hirsi-blast- s the I. nroln ( ouM ' oi.ri. A .ril 7, Ily disorderly conduct and Henry Kobinson on the stage this fall and played iu There is a reward of 51,000 and lo per. TU"WOMAN.K J500K To accommodate the demanils of Ins increased f llw.mnni.v returned out inr tlie opening iu Philadel- ,...t OPI i.)Ki.r. I: !. .! iie.t r,.rnou ts tiirnisiieu patronage, $5 for same olfensc. All coons but At- all tholargo cities, ww RESUIATMCO. ATLANTA Ulns u. I. trilf. Commercial IrasclcrsanO .tiiers. phia. thief. MCtaKTAlLaaiuaBK kinson PERSONAL POINTS." MiMitih It.vsi.nv is visiting 1 00J guaranty that the work will be com- -' pleted in 10 months. The annual encampment of the (!. . B. of Kentucky will be held in Louis ville at Hall, beginning ... . mere will le a con- imirsuiiy. hum .I, for the olllce of commander, tho test 'candidates being Capt. M. Minton, of Louisville, at present vice commander, and i,!en. K. 11. Ilobsou, of (jrcensburg. . lames Pollock, of Peimsyl- vunia, and William Warner lloppin, of Bhode Island, died yesterday Both were prominent in the political history of their States. The former is responsible for the "In Uod We Trust," 1 Hx-tioex-Ho- j'UV lll SJ 41S' .w.-, AND ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK A. R. PENNY. tier-man- s, to-da- 1 SPRING CLOTHING Pont-ciiartra- in to-da- y Ml-KI- Our Goods are Now All In r. NT iTvJvJ j j .'.... - PUBLIC SA.LE. 11 "' post-olllc- - "' - .......i-........- ... ""l " , I 1 s ploiicliiy, April - ,.,.,. """! AM QQORTMT7MT Jil lu-- j i Bn j Turnpike Hlcction. (p . Hoys' and Children's Suits, Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also IJ-jjlit. line of Pants. larje and Dark 1 STAGG & McROBERTS. 1 Cow-lan- Turnpike Election. '. 111 s . s' e lou-Isvill- to-da- Turnpike Kleetion. I l.s-Ss- e SEEDS -- ALL KINDS Irisli Potatoes and Clover Seed o f- -r j t;. w 11 0V .1 k Turnpike Election. 1 Bix-an- d Livery Stable. MARK HARDiar. II. MILLER , 1 R. ' REAL , ' AY11ES&GIVENS, pro-enl- . le well-know- n - fST l'1111001 0 loi-j- r . MRWON. r 1 I I PInevillc, Kentucky. y 1 -- e eii-,is- il stri-c- --- --- mem-pieseti- ts I lirst-cla- ss ' n - el ITOTICE I 11 B iwrt-- c I thcimelve-indebte- d Ks-iui- re i8-- as - JfytDFiELD'S THE MYERS HOUSE -- to-da- d FEMALE- - ' ; ; I bar-roo- 11 V" iJ. &St$& NSTR E 5 REGULATOR I r ... satuiiKi) ioyu, jiii) . I UAT ION a,ltl BIlHnrdlParlom f ., tie-Cae- ainoiu ordi-ro- f BA.inx I VA I ljkJ skjgjBJsys . rfkt. -- f- ' tui -- fjmrr X-- B- - " T fCVr -- vfVJi'PirKWJEV ., -- ' I'tfri '" t V '4 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournul of The nn non m'oment of the nronramme the next annua, niuetinj; of the Stato e O. L. CB.OW rarris THE IWCV SMIDI.K STALLION, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., I t t w I Is I lly llAKol.D. .ireot Maud S, rord j Son of Wallace Uermark a hartds.su r and t(t mora in the a jo hat. ! ill beuseii pritaiely. ipcord mHI Ane si e tnd tf ro al blcKtl 1'irst dam otanoe ttaa of Slink commutes! to my cara and breeding will 11) 1IKI..MOM . alra of Nntwsscsfl, a irH still pav a hrisarj .r ,r. Dill.rs for ill 1, r tsi Grass tcrnished receive mv personal attention 7 dam t JIJ ountj l'oftia. in uith r cl tlin uu i nt ti at reasonable rates to he paid t rbetorr remtal of Dam of Voltsirr 2 tot,' sire ot Ileaseme r 1 ft.) stock Noltsuonsilntitv for ice ideals h t apes Data of Portion 1 a, (aire ol MlUnsTaowa a 7H.' Patting wun sum k forfeit insurance ind makes Found Timber or DamoW racorst a 17. Daw of Hymen. eettondur CAKI'INII-at our table kj mile ill make the seasou of e Improvements record in EngDam of Childt I larolo, from Milledcevill. I incoln coiinu, Kv , on the land 304 tlti the f Hosting property Stanford and Millcdciille pike, at Grand flam o(CoDaunt sir of Clonmcsie J ayH III (0MHIM.I1 ! l i MV. Tiie following 011 Hon. .lolinC. ruder-woo- d d hands hili, weight 1, co p uml Grand dam ot uba a ? Park known as W A t ! Ihelannsat Hi, in Foal, Hy MAMBRINO CI I HIT. aire ol lady Thornc to is told by the Hentleisou News: ualed June, it$ Tim If 111. In son s, Haugh , llaslin ll.it racotst t 18', s oun s n acre plate W . I r II P UY C. WI1.KKS. by the season. Orjij ourf,i "At a recent banquet given at Atlanta rv's. Win I nng's 3 Dam l'niiia. by XOl.lil CK. Haniblc- ilV.cn he bj ItssdvA's Me by George At Co I. ip -- W Hut. Bison'. 40 a rt t Mam Money due parted Pambv WllliM. hv volunteer l'irt dm b)asRegular; he h..rseaa will be by the Odd Fellows, Grand Sire .lohu C. grazed or ted when mart i prices with respoa-ibl- 4 T A il mac. Illr se I.OP I Not la ' at Mgn- - IreamauandK t Hamsn s timbtrr Ira. 1. on llu t at reawmable is, a mi 10 tine gaited Regular Wilkes is ha alsase retold is no measure if his tpaed , I'nderwootl, of Kentucky, got oil' a witon Creek, jo; aires, lohn I urnbull rt' al the for ans a- - idem should an) occur si;asrs. en "He has never been I Mind in the Wilkes fatmlv wo expect him to go under 10 thw Fall. Bin hanan's, 30; aires M.I Harris' vat , res, I (lit Udgr is a beautiful red sorrel, llasy mane ty joke. When the dinner was neaily handled for aueed bin cm go vers fast AOO will make the season on the iirin- of I'owisrs", 100 acres ,, a. re was frlcd Sept lohn n.lers.r and tail, it hands i..cb high, Me will make the a n of it my home two finished, a Living Colt, W aeh Harris' w acres, Irtinm milt- from $12.50 to 5 Hume A Co.. Silver Cre. k. kv.. , , ,r some one lemarked that the 6, 1SS0, and is a perfect Middle horse mile from Hustonulleon Danville pike at ttichmoncl on the I an. aster tornpibs. . I Ktsbin-a- n .1,111'. ia-Mill shnwrd last enMi as a i,, Sound and all r ghl W ill noi c ailonad to serve Kidd'sfarm, Jtaeltract, Mre had not touched his water. Such oldGilt Kde was sweepstake premium at Kiiks. . s larm Pctrav and marc that are not liroeders Money due W Collins lants, on t.laJi Ri.lr '...- a Colt. was a fact, and there was a hearty laugh villcandtooV the and in hiovvnrin at Hatreds to ,. fss, far. 1 Danville when ihe roll tomes, mare sold or transfer utl A ry Miller's, acres, rms M.llrr burg Those who want to breed to a good aaddle ,n A, T. lien will h held on nil colts until paid for 10I1 till the ervi e m iey s nt rnderwood's expense. Mrphs-- n Lien retained Hut he was stallion arc cordially ms ited to look at our boose Htiitht, a)- - . r... D I I Hit oldest colts art lonvin uu sear olds Description ani I'ediree Harmon Chief, Jr tract IHrods- - Hosre, Ciiaae imr ilep. tIrni.t.. r. Ni re P rris Marcsgraed ..n - at 10 cents per dv and w .1 at t lald and see him move. ill ura;"" mareequal to the occasion. Said he. hands 3 inches in height; is a ted aorrrl , stands i'.nsibillty for accidents r escape He was sired by Sisrond Jewel, he b tunning takt ail iKissibh- - can but tr not rsim.iMr for s ) ears old this spring, ithas big tail and mane H On hard. Motel, Cottaan and'st I Itr'u. e at tlur halm J T I AM), ) Ol Mil XK '.My friend I plead guilty to the charge, ham's Jewel, fr bv old Washington ltonmark at tidcuts or esc.i l Hairison Ciief. he hs CUrk Chief, the sir is Morel Hid, kv 11 Agant r Owners 1SI RN Wl - CO His first darn Minnie, by McDoaald's Haltorn; rf of I ad) I hnrsie J His dam t.ute, the dam sf but I am a true Kentuckian, and we ad dam b) Wells' Cruadr. bis 1st dam bv stone I he dam of Harrison Chief, Jr, Hank, r , b by Washingttm by son of W alloo's Mambriis.. he out of a mare care little for water in our State. The wall Jackson, he hl first dan bj Denmark, he by t rusader. he lllack Denmark, bv Alexander s Abdallah, d aam b, Minesones;, a Rocky Mountain mare B. truth is that in the Bible only one man Old Whip, MJd dam SANDIDCh o. SON. he by Old I enngton . jd dam bv Sha. ban's Toes, IUM) Hill, he by Hall Slot kings 4tk dam by Da) Is mentioned as having asked for water, Milledeville, Ky (Mandard Rule t .jm Cnstket. tth dam bv llahora, nth dm t. Walls' sLccrbsoR Crusader Will make the present reason at mj place J milts and he was in hell where he ought to hands high, foaled iM lneo Mr W II Wilson ml tsnthiani Kt.solda lllack stallion, on the Knhiiionii pike .mil will have been.' " cjm of I.anraMer rs , i.cldsmiih, tiranae cotiniv Ii) rsHwhined jettling, a full brother ol Harrison Chief M'MIOHAEL, i be nnlttod to serse mare at THE HATTER, hired b) Lastelar iu6; Jr , for Ji.ioo, also sold iwu other, at li,)to Mr 1st tli-- n W'oburn Maul, b) Woburn ..' Abe llenaVir wdd another com Lined aelding for About lW.OOO.OOO cubic feet, or nearly 511 4TH AVKNUE. Colt, a ( llic dam of Carver, J7,) S4ou.su )ou tan see the breed uf this htr-- e is more is.0"H),0CKi tons, of rain have fallen in il dauby MamOrieo horse sought after than any ther sullion a. iKev lrtng I w ill stand at m b'a es at M Kin my, the LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Money due heli thi colt ucks. id dam by Maabrino Meswagtr belter pit- e- - lhan an) other stallion fnr this winter, estimating the stascr ol 19. tsv I orv - ana t iree J by olunterr. ,), sire ol M Jul-te- n has , i hands I casielar, Ionim v Wilkes. J r , is a ; 1st dam Mtss Nodims kjr He was area lif tile lit V at - sqtlllie miles. ni,, en If high and has plviidid style and atfoii The Nobbiest & Most soml I'otter's (.la) , :d dam Well's Star ! 10. by WiK "mc congealed, this quantity of watei would dam of Artillery 1 iiSit and Modesty f iraVr.u 'he -- Mml l bv llcrtmnd merit an star, 14. 3dd-make a mass of ice covering four blocks Ity Gill's ermAiit the pedigree of dim unknown, ti, the urentest sire of all itallioni I Ins tine saddle staMx.n will o see it e ,rt em by HamblrlooiaR, 1. ist dam Woburu tonean jackson, ine sire 01 and first lUm liy oia hurM-Mis.LooIr) Im lelegraph .01, 2nd dam, the MsastMi at same place al f ihe eitu extending up higher than any redthan .my other stallion more good saddle dam ol l.eo C oolcy. s I rid 1; His dam wa known bj ever bod) wood tree in in Kentucky the county. And still it as the old Win. I.uslc mare. Kd Iksrlost will stand at my stable, J1, (miles 1' W Logan's Waterloo that has a record IIVI Oak and JDit the The colt stands good for the service to a Colt. rains. Humboldt iCal.i Times. of j jo and is standard bred. See pedigree ol frsHa Stanford on near new White Mill I T CONN. DudJerar's River turnpike, Logan Waterloo datn by l.eti Hubble's old Waterloo, Jr.'s Bucklen's Arnica Salve a Living Colt. by I Sionrwall is by Silver he bv he si lime, he Kser brought t live cnv ot o nsvMle, now open lr King Jaelsssn. king, W a.lupgt'vn Den $10 to Stonewall jacksnn The Lest salve in the world for cuts, bruises, Reuben is over ii hands high, dark bay and a including the world renowned sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sures, tetter, chap- - tine breeder of good 'uirses lor all purposes and I will also give a J10 premium for tic best marc nmrk,' he by lialnes' Denmark, h hv the -t dam pcu nanus, cniiDiaiu, corns anil an skin erup rnr bstise Denmark mil ..I Maud b) Harwill vtaud at horse toll of colt and t;.t lor the KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON ACO'S. HATS tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir low's get to be shown 10 Stanford the first Mtmstay Dniand sl.raager; be ht, sJaw el, he bv Washing Granger isi dam b) Highlander. ed. It guaranteed to give perfect satisfactiot' ton Denmark tllack Stallion 154 Huud Hih, to.ilwl 1M7. in Foal. In October.. ii,i. Alst my joiing ia. k a to And also my own importation of Kngbsh Hats Jd dam b) Oliver, itl ds n It W'tHHsycs krr or money refunded l'rice 3$ .ents per bos. R Penny, Stantord, K. Ihe King's d dam the p rem torn mare Kike b) and Caps Kn elegant line ol Canes and I.yoo't SIKEI) Hi LM.K WII.KI.S ijS. Waterloo, Jr . is a very dark brewn, or black, Vanisteier's W airy, aon of Iterthane. si bo was a Celebrated I'uibrellas always on hand Kins fine mane and tail, compactly formed, fell it thoroughbred on nf Alice Carnaal, the daw ot the d.im Kate, by Gill'- - crmont The New Discovery xl dam iilxck Kind), hy HelmS 104. hands i inch high, line style and action and a fiuc will serve a few good mares at S3 to insure a liv noted rate horse LestligtHts crkhire. d Vou have heard your friends kind in tng colt Joe is a red jack, a cars old the 14th 01 nd ntighlmrs producer of combined horses, perfectly Ihe King is a blood bay with one hind ankle SEAL SKIN SACQUEB, CAPS, 5d dam Little Kmii. by Wagner. W ill stand at last October. He is 14s, hands hih and of fine talking al out it uu may yourself Leone of the disposition and a sure foal geiter hile and snip in fat e, void mane and tait, gisftel Imp l.ivlanthan. ,th dam Kmilj Spn-d.li- ) from personal cxjiencnie jus st)le and actios. Hretl by I'eyton Kmbtee, of I. in mail) who kno and ettra style and hat never met ht ctfnal Gloves and other I ars, a specitlty Orders out b r.si.ols.1. 5th dam double how good a thing in Foal. coin county, and lias jall culls crovaof Jim Potter. a a saddler Ihe King stand, ijr1 , hand, bigh side of city solicited, perfect tattsfactlor guaran Lyle Wilkes 6$?, sire ol Danville W ilke, i.ij, )ou are one of its it is If you have ever tried jt A lien retained on on till the season is staunch friends, because lh' iChief j ioli, Kuiial j.iJ'4, Mntlie Vil-- c Don't Isil to order a NOIIIIV IIA1 iiyi ptid. Manet due w lira the solt comet or tnsre wonderful thing about it is, when e breeding teed Lulu Wilkes 2 it, trull 1 ij. b (.eor;e W'llkvn trial. Dr. King's New Discovery everonce given a la these ls three ood youiii. .ai parted with I Al. SPOON MORK. aatl in thesepedigirs )Oo will ind r.jal idwals of after hoi o d, by will see lliclit stallKms i Jamli) Ai'icnc.in Claj Si.uifurd, Ky a place in tlicboiix 1 iru ds If ou have never use rare belutv and as breeders .etuwd la none s.CBj Chief II : jd ujm thedam ot Krn.soii 30I and should be afflicted with a cough, cold or d it ALL George Wilke i'.. ? n 100109 perforiuiTain throat, jcur mares a here Ihe) ill be prtperh ared f r ivcry, ced and Sals Stable lun, or chest trouble, sciuru abott.in It jo, more than .iii stalllun liwi t; or dead b once and give it a fair trial. It is guarantee e at I wo 3 years old paf, al $0, and 4 tear old at ,5 data 10, sue of 41 performers in ilimiltoniau cr) tune or inonev refunded. Trial bottlesilcv-a- t S!8 "season due a Inn colt 1. foiled )y ileurv Cl.i) 3 A R. l'enuy's." l.ien retained on all colts for the season incy ree GlU' Vurmoiit 104 sire of lluliner l!ov 1 1, ' ilits ut no Mares kept on riasonaMc terms w s v. sm ssl ii,. 7 35, tliudams of I he lilacli Maria i mile Si ii, i i for aetident- The First Stip. Kill; 2 aoli, that s il.l lor big prut;. Count Wilkes W , I J 1 , S. Nelli) I. j ntH, l'erlups sou .ire run down, can't eat, can'tslcep 15),', G.imbet'ii Wilkes bela-Jt'4, slaii'larj Col llrmUhaw 1 .tit and seseraloth-- t can't think, can't do anything to vour satisfaction list . In Downmii'it Wrnmnt-s- mi 111 the of and ou wonder what aih ou. Vou should heed the warning, you are taking the first step into nerIll.ick Hawk - im tlaiu b) IS ircli) 's Columbus. I ' tall .n, lila k -- lHt. I' al l. Nellit 011 neeil a nerve tome and vous prostration STAR WIlKKs is fine laited ami as ru 11, iU- - bired by I'eK.ssj 11. m F.lcctric Hitters on will find the exact remcd for .1' ) on i.Mii find in the Wilkes family. colt itrial ll'Neal Jt1,. trial K . Dick Wil.t S'tatulaul He his never been handled lor speed, but will reatorilig sour nervous system to ns norm ih, Dai-- ) I 1 10 King 1'eiosk) trial y, Ma W. H.JACKSON & CO., FRO'RS. I he altote elegantly I lay stallion, if hands trot fast ulicn ham 'eil He w ill .naki th- - soasuii heilthy condition Mirpnsin; results follow the h'gti, foaled pril iih bred hor.es will make the ry I.cu. )ear old trial 1 o and hve le that of itjoat nil plai e ,; mlliii fr"m Stanford on the use ot this great Nerve Ionic and Alterative 1S86. Hi ist dam by l. ray Kagle, id dam by better all in last sea teastai of itkaj at 'Maples,' two miles from Ian have shown trials of ; IONDON, K 1 ourapiteiiie returns Danville pike at uigcsiiiin is rcsorei will I found stm. tvhirh is lertaiul) ta.mderf fnr a 9 ) ear old MttssucngcrChiuf, gtoti Ac lie w.ismred b) caster on Stanford tsiko. where the) (Sood turn'-iit11111I the liver and and ..l.tle hnrses alstays lor hire kidnos resume healthy actton Jr., by Mstssongur Chief, sire o. Maud Messenger at ah) time read) tosetve mares sialbon sritr It inn, d opM it. m,, lie-- 1 he on, W iHee ' A I ondon 1, the most conven n reason ible ter 1. It I'einiv drug a i6'4 ; ist dam lenme Elmo 1 10; d dam lv lr a bottle I'ricctm.at iS,,, l.uy Wilkes sire of Harrv Wilkes icnt point 01 ihe t, r Nl am bttno Chief, to reach nlares in lh. I Manitirino Messenger, jddam by ARTIILH SIMs. 4 I let,, Kcd Wilkes s rr til I'rincc Wllke. j 14"',; f in the mountain se 11 1, rthesre W'tHmm I sire 1. Astell J year old retoril 1,1 clam b) Imp Napoleon, (th dam b) Tempest, 4lh n 11m 10 t ', due sv on , wild n in aacinae sold for Sios to" and is live only horse that statids lly t.en. Kisoa. record Tln ta on raw siistr will lit reiltueil, tftli dam by Iiger;7lh damn) Darnab) , t Ii A , t kl 1 si mi r.t Kv I y CannortSt xtrt dam Whip, uth dam by and ao in j it class Oen Knos by ermonl at ii.000 the season ,n 1 luit ihe tax on lelinetl aupir will lie Slnpp s I'aruijon Mesaenger Chief was sired by Hero, 141, dam Daughter esf Arthur Sims' ist rirat dam Klua Jane idamof Maud Abdullah 1'ilot; laidam by Mambrino Messenger dum. l.i.d) Arthur, 1. b) llovrhun Chief, Mfe o. a tfHl "J lewm Hree, sue ot f'eart 1 by thi' .Mflviiiloy tniiir bill. id dam hy Maanbnno Chief, Ac He sircat Maud I.ady Maud 1 and many othur good oaea and is of l'earl lledium i it He ia a handSecond dam KKiy Kivers tUm of llertl Thus thi suifar trust will havi- - .t bottei Meswngcr . i6s4, Abel m!4 Marvel. ; Man- out of Lilly Arthur, thoroughbred j jjii , Itobtrt II , record J ij, trial ill some bus 1. , h.nds high and has proven himself jrearol I record t 1700 Mow track) bv Aletanter's margin of profit and llie jieoph will liuvt ning and other fast ones W ill stand at a fine breeder tMKiaiiaa, Mie m taoioavMiin aim 1 14. it saiinci "lllall-- . CJU.VssS Abdallah miusvas sired bv Alexandor-- s ,lmot. lUlmont. Ac to pay about at much for sugar umler it famcirino Chief He hv Red Jacket (sire of ibt dam of The ShortoHt Illandina l third dam Living Colt. kintuckr H likes jija and the setoud dams 01 to imtl Uuldcutit Homo from sired Itckard i ii'.., Red limaod others as now. St. Loui" Post I)isitU'li. ,, Laura llelle Coutrisl Kuntuclcy to all points- - North bdallah fsireof Hysd) It's Alexander's SoScijiyVi, Lisia Wilkes S5 WVXDoi sired t.oldmuh sire t( Dexter i 7i. Combat Isire of Mrrwrn J t( and Williams Bust. Wont ami youth-Won- t Knar Do not Sutler any Longor Maid . u. Sulajta; Ktls.ill . wh' in turn sired , .. jot! Red w ilkcs Isire of Prvutc wilke- - , i4. - Ialnti iHftWstttn Luxlticfton nntl Glnrln ssms ot ph flompHt , ,,w ft, .H Hie can lie diet kod in a day Robert McGregor . 17. site of lkatnic McGrcgor ttreu - Cornel, .on of.sherB) Metr.spolttan, oi.e iiig that a coiih iii hrsi iagc of consumption broken in a Rvsdvk'a llamhletom.in. haeina for bis d natl. maa Mora"aa ioK.Ac, A oliiuleer, aecond dam Clara, lae 1 Hyacynth b t hertpy guarantee Dr Ackers I ngli-St. IXIhso, rocord . .11, waa sired l Alesander's rurtbdain anesirs fast mare, supposed to be SCUKDULE IN NO and Dictator, the sire 0 of Abdallah and Mrsassssger btood ( i.h Reined), and will refund the money to all Abdallah, dam said 10 be by Imp. Bellfouuder.Ac. d.im of rcatei 17 ,7, ,uv I, .) take It ns per diret lions, and do not And vi Mambrino Chief, the sire 01" the second dam uf Dtroctor t 17: rtiallas $ it1, and IViotky i'Ji, b) essrge Wilkes 71, first dam rs lit iiient correct. I or S le b) A K. I'en- - Measetagcr Chicl, Jr sired the great Lady I home a 10 tat dam Lady Welch y illiam w1elsh, sire laiimr dam of Nellie ll'Neal t jj'-I- trial lis. No J. NV 4 ed Kane a No 6 and liremiah , ol Prince Imperial iruglst. 1 il'j and Mamltriiio Pale hen , who in turn sired trial 19 al 4 years old t.rey .ok st.i. Santa Bound Bx Sin, I.tsnajon a 90W aHtl oihars m y and better dam an inbred Wagoner man 1 his horse .on - I'hirK-- trial al year old it anils others thai F DaJI Sun ta.ns 4, per , ent ol the old lior-- R) sdyk s Ham- ' oul.l trot ekise 10 1 i" by Iron Cadmus, .ire 01 Our Vary Bust People ana also aires! the dams of i.uy W iL- far u Wilkes 1 is and ine clam 10 am I 00 p m if 15 rstners with S'etoniau Nn 10, the founder .f the tfreatot Hot IV. aboi ls.s t i;'v. X,r ( ntirni 'tor statemilit hen vc sav lha' Dr 'l.ve Cincinnati 15 Ii". .iriuy ot the 111 every way tlni lauilis inv sroriu itai ever Kiitistn, p m Coinaciosi r u.lisli Remedy ii superior to record "f 1 v and better IlkKhK Vsll.KKS will make tlif.rd,season, on l.v Falmuulh.. . V 44 am if p m throe h In veins from 4 tlillreot channel- - vi - miles from St He will stadl ihe senstin of i.V1 at ..instable Ky Lee a m 9 17 p m 4 'st anv Hid all nt Iter preparation for the throat and iv,u at mv plate Rvadvk's llainlilet tiuan, t luniear, Metropolitan Hush Kram h pise al 10 a m to i) croup, it u Magic near Turaersv ille at Arr Parts a1 1 to p m ii lun(s In whooping cough and a, id Willi in Welsh j Arr l.iviagitut o P m i l en and relieves at 01,1 e U e otter yt u a sample- bof tf p m II KIN, I micas ter I. so'u 011 a pt s Hem mhrr this remed y In tree a Colt. to m FORI, Le Pons p a Mare in S26 to K i'tnn) s. ilive guaruniee, at A o p, Air WinckesUr. 1 of n m m I J p m J I. A I! t. t.OXKIt Money due when th" I I is as. rrnltfil or , mare Arr Itichmond. ... ..Mns.a.w.. I M a ..,....., Tho'Plrat Symptonihlof Donth. ,N pattrsi with. Cll Making dire, t timet tit n- - ii Central t'nioii de- , Arr Suntotsi .. -; .. P m, .....jI ired feeling, tlull headaclic. U? pains in various Hit inr Lv7 Ilkhmoam Z part of the bod), sinking ut the pit of the st. m r HI , - ear Old Re. ord a jh lbreeChitago, Michigan I'otnt-st l.ouis, .., Arr llerea at h loss of appetite, frv erishness, pimpltn, 01 Cleveland, llulfalo, are all positive esidclue of poisoned b ood. son Detroit, ivutaton. No SuaaUH Ilidianauolis and the t, matter now it became poisoned it must be pun In J New England, Canada, row M liorse, 16 hands, foaled Ma) toasoid death Dr Vcker's luiglish IHood I livir Noitlf 00 ad. S. .V. .. I .nV, jhas ncvttr failed to remote strofiilous or siphilm, Standard SIUKD IIV KIKNI, I his trotting noi c ml.nicd stallion t.ill make Sold under positive guarantee ut A K, poiMiiis a m l.ve Livingston the present seast n at Dr. 1' V Logan's i.jmilot ( Full britlhttr to King Kmie 1 S Ha) stullian, hmd aiislts white, fiwletl 01 1O.7, I.vc llerea . ..., i 00 a I'hi nd:lphia, I'eiinv Uultimore. Vasbiiigton, lawt of Milledgeville nn turnpike road leading to . S hi dam by Almeut I'urroat 1 jyA, son of Almoin sletl by Messenger llrccc full bmtlicr 10 Maud Arr KichmaniL. I nickest time to Harrodsbiirg. rank ft rt Ky Stanford n si m ;;;;;; Dr Acker's Entfllah Pills MvuMMiger 1"K(1IN'IA 'Richmond, Shorteat and and I'edigric Waterloo is standDescription " " l.ve Staafard I irttdam I udy Messenger 7 a in ... . re active, effective- and pure For sick licail-a- c ard bred, blck. 17 hands high, weighs neutlv i.iuickest lint to , 2 dam by (iarrard I bill, sire of llasil Duke jtyl Maud Measenger j io.) by Abdallulifull sister ti l.ve Lancaster 7 IJ a m; he, disordered stiuinch, toax of appetite, bad magnificent st)le and action und is a sure foal Misssenger, Arr Richmond,. 10 evi a m Kagle llonur'a sir of d ttuin cl site of the Price horse, trurl t 10, and other good omplt ioii noi biliotisiifss, they have never been getter, his prcgen) combining spted und diiwbyfiruy si etii.-iluFor suit b) either in Amerituor abroad OHtSS. Lvc Richmond. 10 p in if i Lad) D.ivisf ji's,. a ml saddle qualities. He has a rue rd ol j a. ' A K I'eniiy, Druggist becoml Klin Arr te lie is by Kichelieu; he b Mambrimi Chief; be I dam by CapperbotfiMU, sire of dam of Ikisil Duke tat 1 i''i. dam I. en tieJane (tlam of Maud Meisen Arr Winchester i 00 1. in 7 4I a in Ilrecre, sir of Ptwrl 1 pi, by Paris m 7 1'av miistcr.'lte bv M.unbriiKC he l a in' b) Mambrino ihim of Peiirl Medium a 17. Solid Trains, baggage cars, smoking cars and l.ve by Imp. Messenger That Torrlblo o, p mj 7 ot, m 3lSPm ililrd dam Kittv Kivers dam of llerlir l.irl l.ve Lexluglon . coaches, I'lillman lloudoir sleepers through with, In the morning, burned or Coutfli bre.ilhtug PLNCKisti horse of gruitt natural speed, having Parts First dam Helm mare l llay Messenger; he by difliciilt $ P m, 8 5j am' mad a record uf 1 jo third heni ut j ycirs old and i)7 h) Mexander's. Abdullah, sire ol l.tild-Hiitout change siaCliattan oga, liirinirigliam, Merid-sa- raising iililegm, tizhtnesst in the sliest iiiukencd llarpinu. he b) HaifibUtoiiian; lie by Imp MeLie Falmouth p in 9 ij a in, S 6 p ta 4 11 making direct connections en route tor Knox. pulse, I'll m is no umrk of his Maid j 14 Ibisalllid 1 alV,, &c. Coiington ssenger, act dura lted lltrd by Cannon Whip, lie overa ver slow truck p mho jj a m o 3o n m Lliilliucss in the evening or swea's sit night 5 4 I fourth dan hv Ked Jacket wre of the dam 01 Arr ville, Asheville, Lynchhurj,' and poinia in the all or an) of thene things are the first stages o b) lllackburn's Win' hv bv Imp. Whip, he b) speed, as lie has liou a rials in a a it nntl tuarters Kentucky Wilkes ? "'.f, uud th second dam of Arr Cincliin.it! j jt, , i,iio 45 a in 6 3S P m id Vtr) hamls in j (oiisuiiiptinii. Dr. Vcker s Kngtish Cough Kerne Saltrum dan bv Herod; jd dam a tharuiiglibrad Millie seconds, wbtrh laandrateol serving .1 limited So So 1 17s,. I.111 Wilkes a aaV, Lauru llelle rj lifter mid 'blood like, tie) will cure these fearful symptoms, uud is bold m.ire In Imp. Dibinede. Ila) Messenger's itam a 1)11 theMavst die llrnt, ofllrown it .11111 William .. worked for a A.).; miller 4 positive-- guarantee by A K I'eniiy was. out of a full blooded Mewcnger mare unit b) ntiiulier of mares si ill belliililbletolliali. fast record , t 11 coiuiwt sire ls.ro of Prtt.e. W'tlko. , Ked W'Hke. 5' blood of With the Malubrino l4c.- g TO. a m and N " Imp Itotklngbam n m ?, ','" 3l Druggist. t CVattatiooga for Atlanta, Colunibiia, Wilratiig j Masville at ,0 ,5, m, a2d ,0 p'ui Chief Pilot, Jr , anil Kduin lone-t- , and as great PInl I humps.,,, . ,..V At) b Coaict. son of Sn.erfaihionabl) bred Kichelieu was the rroat nn, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, luirse in Arucri. a and the winner of more an individual as he is he should make a grmtt Wt"f.he2m V"',t w Klt'rtrifity moves S,0()ll milt's jicr extra lu.t mar. Hrniisi:k, Lake Cit), l'hoiuasville mid .".AiiNTis'V"" premiums .mil purse- - lli.ui an; tber h..ts in Kcu- - slot k horse Will make the scasou of iio ,11 the Abdallalnitul Mo.tn,tr blood suppieted ,0 be of es" e"l '" "."j!L'e J. ',io n1 stable of Pern c A Karris at their track miles ...... ., second; litjbt anil a rilli- ball 1,- by Musweliger Chief, sir. of dallV.e.n? Messenger llrce.e. ii irHin im coyice orkshire; he by West of Stanford, K) , ut Ine otny line riinuioi: ss Waterlou'a dam b) Helm's r Mautl Mcwfiigcr tuv,, K.tlhrnneS. j aoV. , ol llman lloudotr or I'alace Sleeun Can. to Jack, 4(J'J fuft. No 4t letv os Lexington le 05 am, Imp Vark'slnre, dam by Wemiger's HeUlutaaur: Marvel al, J iko llradabaw j ',, hel 1 lor an) class of pjsscn-,ei- s .unvillc witliout jtl dam In Kosiuli , ,;d dam the not ed resin marc in Foal. 129, D.im F.lua June, ibim of Maud Messenger 045 am; except Sundaj to a or luggage A Lady In Texas Writer! tvvneil bj Joe Helm ami afterward b) N. T Lee .?. !wv" S'li""? 4" ' 1 ink "rives I'almouth Selma and Montgoiiiory, Huntsville, Decatur, Waierltm will stand at My case it of long standing; has battled many Mares parted with torfeit Mares kept c kdallah Mesieligci by Messenger Chief, sire 7 10 pin: except U reticx- - Memplusanil AUKAN'SAS points. .so, 7 leaves ralinout 7 6 GO .lilt trn... ; fores-capll pit) sicbns , biive tried every retnrdy I could heat at reasonatile rates, l.ul ,, p Mo01 Maud Messenger a 16U. .......... c " Shortest and nunket to Annwloii Sultnii, OR- - rri. but llradtu Id's Krmale Regulator is til lha ' ." a Living1 Colt, or act uients ' ra ",M ttitiii outiuav $15 to hint dum Susie m Sentinel aol, sire i Von Direct cniiiiectioiti. in ule ut N1CW de Train t runs elievedme Write Die llridlield Meg. Co forj Arnim t r Vlantlit re 1 aiVt full brother to ton and Notes No No dally UtweenLexine. vcitltoi t omnibus transt, r for (.alvestan, NS Cincinnati. urthcr paitieulais. I runa duly between lt .ill druggisi- Volunteer, sire al St. Julleu ilitfittc Second 8onst'tn, Austin, - my fill Jack, l will also stand at the same pla dam Kitty Kivers Igrantl dam ef Maud Mestseiiger Cincinnati and Lexington .No a and 6 make connet tion. a tft'j b Alexander' Abdallah. third dam by LIQUOR HAB DRUNK ENNESS-TH- E TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. InrpolnuontlieN N A M y lly at Wtnehr.i.. Kcd Jacket, h) Comet aon of Sherman Morgan W ill la- permitted to sei ve or . mares . t IT- -J n all tbo World tbero Its but one KINUKr D liasn c rcs us of Hiimbleioni.in, 4 ol uksburg, W Ihe only throiuh line ro, Jackson and connections Miiiiibriiio Chief f. of Nforuan. a of Pilot sin- ol .. i. ... cure, Dr. Haines' Goldon Specific. n direct st... to a Colt. Pilot, Jr , sire of the dams ol Maud S. soSi, l.ivma ( .Ii Moiiev due ut coitnes'lior Wlihuut omnibii. tratister for Dallas Fort Worth, j It ran be given in a cup ol tea or tolTce without At $lO in Insureulien man is parted with He is in, Mc lie has uinrvcrosies than any IMS" anu points in tan nc t line or the knowledge of the person taking it, effecting a Vistta San Aiitoiu.t, Through tickets and baggage cheeked King Iltickdeuis a bright bay withoiil an) white other horse to Muud Messenger 1 iA1, or Ulan uny in June to any speedy tnd permanent cure, whether the patient a IrrowniacL with white points, 8 j ears old Aiken's is ti hands high, hoe inane anil tail, ol tiue.ic other liorse husma 1 16I4 trotter destination toaclied by a railroad ij! hand, high llevvaa Irtd by nd a moderate drinker TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. is nmivanda of diunkards or an alcoholic wreck. a .1111;lull imam he hy Kitij Phillip 1st dam lllack tioti and is a natural saddle burse Kindred will make the seust.n of ic.,c at tin W I have bem cured who k!h. iIAfoN'. a!a" 3ddrS" s"7 a,f Co. He is by Silver King, the great premium horse. place Jt satin Ifiintl. site wps sired I.) King Phillip; ad run-- llir.mgh rates, correct tount) roups and full have taken the (.'.olilcn Specific in their coffee by Imp. Ilttckden ad dam by Denny's Traveller PassVr Ag, 'b'en'ir P,.. ... Cllv. Kv.. without their knowledge, and , la.1,1 ..I I n believe they dam by Morccas'Ie, be bv Jim Porter, . Thi Jack 1st dam t t ...11.... itirmanun citii "ii .sK.,,, - r ii'nni.i.EV. Fllniorc was .1 $15 to uu himselfa. nitabrecd i iiiiuiuui siICC Drennon. !a dam by I'tlinore. Lexington, Ky. a Mare in Foal, has nmven . CincinnSti O iiut drinking of their own ft ee will. N'o harrnfu-etfegreat show liorsu In his day He washy MonW. L MUNSON.Trav Pa, Aet colts have sold for rioo at vvcuning time. ., results from Hi. administration. Cures lass. Agl., Lexington. K. A" H.1J. HUMNf. I ON, General Manager Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. Money due when the colt l foaled or mam parted tgomery's Whip and out ef a mure li I'nitik, thor- Mone uuewnen ine fuel is nscirtalued or mare f C LDW'ARDS. C C ItKM.v oughbred. dress iti confident e (juMie.v Sislimc Co., 185 with Uen retained til! money Is paid. ,V T. A CIIAS I) C.N.N, Stanford K O ra rted Willi .. k OKNERAL OFFICES: PKNCK A KAKKIS, Stanford W LOUAN. Owner. P s C no 4 llace Street Cincinnati. O c.r in, O Chamber of Commerce lltiild.ng, Cincinnati O Press Assoointion reminds ns with almost fUirtlhiK foni that it is almost a Avp.il 22, 1890 Stanford, Ky., yi'aisiiu-- Ihe hotly nit't in Owensboro. year at this time Hon time Hies' hut a few weeks ao we Evory Tuesday and Friday anil it Published were bustling around raisins; money for the bamiuet. and enperly antiripatinn IIS ADVANCK S'si Y t of the press pang upon us. the sMTWhen not so paid S2.50 will be charged." Pleasant .is their coming was, and much as we would enjoy having them here K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. annul, it is with soothing relief we that it is Tom Stuart, up at in , returning Train Imm Itowlaud at 7 00 Winehoster who is now Joins: the "'husj:jop. ni it tling" and lying awake nt night devising L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. schemes to turndown the Owensboro Winchester is the liveMail train going North 1155 am eiiteitaiument. .. ' South... ijtvn liest town in '.astern Kentuckythe jijopm Express train " South . " 117 am liveliest town of its size (it is not aslarge " " North. Lcveal Freight North .630 am SJ'P m ns Owonsboioi in the State and Tom South.. The Utter trains also carry passengers. Stum t is the nio-- t ambitious fellow on The above is calculated on standard time. Solar earth. lie tried to get the last year time is about ao minute faster meeting at his town, but we beat him, and lie is now determined to carry out 1'.. IW11OD. LLKN J the plans of entertainment he has had cS: ATWOOD, in ins mind for twoyeais with elaborate detail. We say again we are glatl Tom ESTATE EGEKTS. has the job this year. We know howIt he will feel about the last night of the City, Tenn. aflair. His friends should watch him and for safety turn the liose on him Ow ensboro Messenger. s Hits leased one el the stables at Pence track and will run a general Breaking and Training Stable. h id sufficient experience 10 make him an expert in the business nna his rati' will he ir reasonable One him a share of sour patronage. b-- 1 ) r I ors!Lius' sliut 1 oil.il III prll, ISS7 la lia, full ifthaiirls. sptrds and uiuscclled In action, linioli and disposition Curiniie, rull btother to Kstelli trial j trial i,tJ and Monlnue, the speeds and premium cult 01 'M. Sired l) ihnadi llolildu't IIo(b) ttolduiist iso, l) ermont Morgan 1Llos- cr rruiiiMi ro .xiuu uot iw, nu jonnsiun ttm oiu mail Liny niner m inm wic nri Iton in trot in public as fast as 1 ts; 'sirrof Cniar itt. dnm of Kosalind Wilkes the fittest mate f J Wallace Denmark; 1 Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, TA.VFORD, KV. Wells drilled factory price. t lhisnung roadster itallion is an Inbred (.0I1I He has !!, ,, J?Ilt IS-rY- B3?LA.G-A.TsT22A- .. deM-en- te I'his jph neVI Imported lat k will make the sea son of ikv at the li lingsh) farm near Shelby Cit), ..t X $10 to Insure a Living him. C on. e and sir In m the Wilkes Tamils, record iU Whirlwind 14, I aimy (ioldduft )S, Kjlelle j 1 A; I Kim Florence , iy tinidvn d.im of I 1 on Cumet Morgan Colt. Minno Chief, the ofin a trMti in Over son of fustonof tlolddust and Mnran hlud nd vouwill he sure to like t'orses t.olddnst will make the ptesenteiii nt II M. IDHNSON. Agent my pUcp s miles from Manhird en llustoMtilic pike at tfr sti-it- e I'oaleil Mav tR'i, is a rn h M ihoons hands hi h heivv mim mU tin, is .trutlv fine and fun , is Loth 1 nitnril ami pleasant saddler, h ret els fanes and wlicn uietl driven in harness high-ta- il He stsleonbnth noes like a trotter sides to the third generation - bscked )v on both sidrs, making him very tclise and spnghll) in gait, in tnrfi and nni-- n a perlect modci He was sired b) Sumpfer Denmark, he bv l.odil.ird s Denmark, he bv t.aincsN Crom well's Denmatk. he hs th nee horse, Denmark he In Imp Hedgeford His lirst dam was sited bv Sir Wallai e, ln Ii) Todhnuter s ir Wallace he by s.r Mhert, (thoroughMed d dam by ihorouh-hred- l (lair of iigiimi- - b) Tran'-v- , he b) the celebrated Main' WSipp.jd d in a hipp mart Vlr-itinl- ns order and Pumps lurm-hc-- l at i" For Sule or K.vcfrsiujrc. I offer ms llotei rropertv slmatrsl at Kinsvil l.mrotn client), Ky . at a bargain if l(l at nn containing 10 good lis ms, all necessary nui'.in A spfrndii' plat e t' upen sun t wins iHgs. 1V1 has.besli otect Nstkiu the rt uoty or I will W I Mtl WT change. Ad .Ires. Kmgsvilir, K 107 tf 1 v TOM KOllIXSON, am h) Mil Walla.e Drnmarl. a wi, Denmark, he l thi ra bor.e IVnmarh. his dam Floriae , d daui by Moiiia"itr) id ilam hj Obi Drennon. Tom is a fini shtped ho' Ma k with heav mane and tail, its, hands lug It anil h natural saddler tnd h is proi en himself a lane v otie lei. Ih'abnvt lock will make the season of 1V10 at mv farm miles from llutontilli . near s siHtion and will he permitted t set e mans t) the insurant e, FOB SALE ( I . 1 William. ILyle. M) fine acl, W illiam Lv le, black with meals hands high sired bj l.)'ie'slinp jack and out f splendid jennet will make the reason oflSooatni) stable between the Danville and Stanford and Danvilleand HustimvllU. not .i, $20 to Insure a Living Colt. Mark'p ont ri.ionaM ti rms Personal a ten tisin is in ni rcspoiiMtii, It ra.ndenis l ler V41 of titr, Lot on Main Street in Stantord ti n I nun t KhlD. 51 -2 Acros of Land, I rali On hard pike - .iii v ft pikat I 1 $8 to Insure a Living Colt. fllsdii 1 ALLEN Mares parted with Inrfcits insurance H m l. It. tN.l VI I anil 1 MAN '' YA200, 11799. iV Kcsord - ij Also Some Nice Chairs-- 2 Rockers If the land is n further Informal, ttm "Haul, rd I.' .1 Wallaco at SIC; Tom atSIO DQNMAIcK app will l.r Ii H I f. j;' I'oaled April ., i'i ot.J 1 k r rent or I . I W A I I Va ION LSXBLL, ML - II h 1 t ADI1 t si l"N, Johnson at, 't,f S50 REWARD 1 I Regular Wilkes! b) aiLT SDGE! io two-mil- sfKril Cutting aging any 1 $20 Insure a Mare I Harrison Chief, Jr., ! -. -- e , M io $10 Insure a Living 11 lc J.y' Insure reg-ila- , At S40 Insure. rs . -- 1 lom 1 Tommy Wilkes, Jr. Living Ed Barlow, 2375. I't . R. GEOOEGHAN to $10 to Insure 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. 1 k- iiu-rekn- ridi i ,;re UEl'BEX VERMONT, WATERLOO, JR., it iiJ Ji, Haas-mon- THE KI3XTG -- Stylish s $20 Insure Li'ing STAR AVILKES. At Insure let HA T Nt 1 d $6 Insure Mare JOE EMBREE, - $8 to Insure a Mare . tte ji,it Mam-fcriu- , JACKS WELL BRED, Arthur Sims, 3041, II NilM. 1 1 1 BREEZE - WILKES! .','' 1 - r KV -- s- hand--cim- ea 111 (lover's Messenger.; Wyandotte, 5526, j ar s JSI5 tO IllHttrC L,ivillJ 11 Coll. 1 1 I it 1 I 1 i:';-- Kentucky Central R.R. U'Ol'li.;. - .', $20 Insure a in, if, it. ls B- h e Kfrai I ' ntt,; I .'; , I ) ;!,, 1 V- I I J e ck-t- 1 letaai'l' - U(iVCM.ViVATaC, W-s- $10 lusure Living Insure -- WATERLOO. ElsTO E. is. r.J'j; yi 111 s I, ' I. '. I '- -- !' 1 Kcw Yorlc, IJoston, I 1 - 1 1 - - i r...j - 'f 1 !'! mmw '(DHiLiiriAKs, flrst-clas- 1 1 '' U f 4 " , i u li ' OIIB CABOLn. ,0) 1 v.. f I trol-liii- FI.UICI-'-)..ptnii- ..,..,..,. ' i, -- ri $30 Insure Mare ' n, 1 ,'., i...Li t'Z"' " '' """"' --- t Insure e 1 ..li.rr... """" ' , It I 4 c- 22rN"G - BTJCKDEIT 1 I c,.,,, STEVE WALKER, L. $10 Insure Living - ee atdtnlri,,!;--feS- j. ttti.-llo- y I ct Insure -' . 1 gu;ir-fantee- lr.. f ' t. ' wssmme)a; - , . sshw 1- al., ii.sssii.i'w' Trrr cu. t-- V