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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890042901 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. UK j iTI I mJ&mfnmiQ ay ny t i; ( TJt t$'f ynii iJ,wHH- !' I t""" Ff mmrfti & tt Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII, LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. HON. R. C. WARREN. iiiniee-- t Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY..TUESDAY. APRIL 29. 1S90. MATRIMONIAL A NO. 17 i I 3 MATTERS. CHURCH AFFAIRS. The hill to toroflmnko ami trnt etahlnh a Male immiuU was. ' , . excellent auditor. Columbia Spectator. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Hon. It. C. Warren, member of the leu- W mki. 100,000 pounds of wool, Mature from Lincoln county, is I wing frequently mentioned as a prolmhleean-- l A. T. Nunneilev, Stanford. The Lexington races begin next didnte for auditor of the Mate. He en- joys the reputation ol being a gentleinap Tuesday with a big programme. I have two voke heavy, well broke of integrity and abilitj, and is held in' " high esteem by all who know him. If work cattle for sale. J. M. Iteid. Burns fc Helm sold to Johnson, of ho should conclude to enter the race, he would timke things lively for his onno Boyle, 10 head fat cattle at :i ct. ( , P. i . Green sold to a Cincinnati neiiK llopkiusville New Km. Hon. It. C. Warren, member of the i party n o year-olharness mare for House of Itepresentative.s from Lincoln' Jolin Anilerson touglit of Hays, ol county, is being prominently mentioned L'ockcastle, a pair of mare mules for ms a candidate for auditor of State. Mr. W0e C. T. Sandidge bought at the Warren i a iuiki of big brain and honest principles. He is fully abreast witli the ington sales a loadster times in every rcscit. and should he ilia for $Ti00. e J. S. Hocker bought of Robert conclude to make the nice, hisopponents will hear from him all along the line. Alister a harness mare by Messenger Mr. Warren is a tall, commanding and Ihee.e for $2.j0. 1'. P. Nunneilev has puiehasedabout attractive gentleman, one of the kind, born for leadership, and hemakes friends 00 hogs at an average of $:i.00 per cwt., by the score wherever he goes. Louis-- 1 and will ship them to Cincinnati Satur-shoville Times. day. 11. D. Coyner, of Boyle, sold to J. It must be gratifying alike to Hon. Kichnrd Wanen and the Istkuiou Jouc- - D. Kiitl'tier, of Wayne, between S00 and nw. to witness the unanimity with 1,000 busliels of wheat at SOc per bushel. Hecord. which the State press seconds the hitter's J. 1. Karris' Mollie Mounts has nomination of the former for State audi- - diopied a beautiful hay horse colt by ter. Those unacquainted with the gentlenun whose character and ability so hi Time, which makes it a full brother easily lit him for the oilice, have only to of (Jold King, recently sold for $1,000. refer to his endorser for a substantiation ' James lieorge "old 15 head of sheep of all he claims, and like the signature in to IhtrusiV Ilunn.of Lincoln, for fOS.50. the southeast comer of a bank check, He bought a jennet of Win. the Imi.iiiohJomi.nw. is sure to make Price for ?' 0. He sold 'M head of cattle meeting of all the industrial compa- good on demand all that it endorses at Lancaster at -- J its. .omercet Itepor-annies, railroad men and persons who moie Here's to Mr. W.irreu. IJieh- - tei. have mineral or other lands to develop tnoud Register. Farmers in the vicinity of Atchison, or sell, will be held ill Franklin t on FriKansas, report that a sort of wire worm day, May '.'d. at 10 o'clock . ., for the DEATHS' DOINGS. is doing great damage to the wheat. The purpose of ellccting an organization, ills-- 1 " s nbou an inch long and the -- Andrew Campbell, the inventor (lf ussing the prospects and getting it unW heiever . it '"' der way a speedily as possible. The the 'Campbell Press," so widely known ,' scheme under consideniliun is to load a throughout the rnited states died of ' llt' b',,in, 'm'e,!"j: at "shy.lle tram of not less than ! ears witli the ' heart disease at his residence in Itrook , ue wo liioiisauu oegim .... v . 1.... ... v ., t.. f..... .1..... nv, iik;vii , .....1 ..it. 1.....l.", tnil, 11, i'iiin. .v.i iiiwn linn. iii. "iiivi lllllieilll piOUlll stakes, which was contested by three .1. (1. Moore lost by death an in Dr. woods of ICasterii Kentucky in point of piomiuent Dei by candidates, was won hu't a complete exhibition of theiesourc-- ' fant child last Thursilny night. This is by the Chicago Stable's Hobespienei child Dr. Moore has lost w es f the suite in which all the itidus-- ' the 1'iince Foiiso second and lUanievstone ioniKinies shall be leprc.scntcd and in thu last two months. .Icllico News, Ihinl. take this train oil a tour through the,.Much sympathy is felt here fur the At the annual Nile at Pelle Meade nl North and Hast, ending dually .it Chica-- couple ho are iassing so terribly under yearlings, the get of Luke Itlackhurn, - the lod. where it is designed to make a per-- ! Thurser Hwnly, slMer of Mosos iropiois, limmble, ciieat Tom ami nmnent display. The train will .iry a sold the llrst day at an average of mm.ber ,.f i.mmuieiit miitloiiioii. w ho Collinr, K.... iHl at Uiu rosidenco of 1,055.1(1. 1'O brood mares foi an average. her brother, this county, on the '2'2t, in vnnoti itopplng wiil make aihliPHK-sa- t '1'lie second day lro.iiois and of sf"-7the 7Mh year of her njte. The ix.mtH on the advautaites of Kfiituekv. had hwn a sulierer fornome year, und i.iiKe niacktjurii ueieitouglit In ly den. (...V Ilnckner has ulrtwdv exprvs-i- l eoiinuwl to her Iwd tor nearly two Jackiii at ?M,000 and w ,.iugner toukejmrt 111 thetonr. .-months he leaves three irrttiid chil- - y ami v brood males sold tor an ver- ld stilt- - drfii-h- er I wta.a bblMiy," hueluiud und two children itgeofjsU. The total iu m icalixed by her to the grave. Central the Mile is $l!i!i,07.V teriug. Ixing Johiistulty iitetl to My, "I Wiwh- The King, C. T. Sandidge's sdendid of (Wnl. read the stallion, by Silver King, died Thomas M. .lone-- , of Vineland, Kas., ami iiiL:tonand the well that I tli-- t bought I'd diisl on the 15th iiiBt,, after an illness of Friday of congestion of thu lungs. Mr. i it so ' two weeks, in full assunmce that duath Saudidge had leecntly purchased him So it on my 1 HOUSE, Ullllll IK'S, shreve lluildinj; an up-- was only a stepping-stonto a place pre- - from his brother, Will, paying $1,000. went out and The Stiuiford I.ntkiiiou Jofiix.M.does 101 jr B. RILEY, Proprietor, P. lie'il taken lots of pared with AitUtic llnnd.s for one enti- - Several times fcince lie has, refused Sl.'-O-1 nn( iKIj(,VL. j t,at h0rt ()f religion which pie , .. . ... . FUWK MAIttMON .1...1 10 .. Ho was one of tho pio- - Mitistied, as everybody else wa who wnv inukes its possessor's fuce look like a IAS G. WI tNs nun London, - - - Kentucky. AUll wiien uu iiimhi Willi. I wild. 'I neern of Kansis ami moved fiom Casey thu mairuiliccnt creatine, tliat he had a inacadami.ed road to a , home and asked about it nor GlYEKS S. I have moved to ni) new Hole IV") Hm better county about :'.il years a;o, and was a bij; future. The Kinj; hud already serv does the Capital. The most elijrions father; prepared than ever to accommodate the public, REAL. EST TE, l.ood I.iverv attached and every convenieiice demy ax,' and he j:.e,ave me such pillar in thu McthodLst Church in Wes-a- ed 10 mares at '0 aud Mr. S. could have man should also be the mot cheerful. it sired. Live me a call. I tein Kauw. he leaves a wife inula booked 50 easily for him. A couple of We are willing to (juarantee that tho - n FRANK RII.EV. 77 lar:e family of children, all of whom aro eterinary surgeons made a post mortem two preachers whom it mentions as bay since. Cincinn.iti.Tiines. the Iiintntr Land bought l.oU, and well to do. He was an uncle examination and fouud that his luns hie. j:one to a circus are men whodojireat Town or sold Coal, Iron and jjrow on Commission, "Why don't you 11111 a paper like (lf ,.ev T A tio,i)uy mui tllt. Wliu,ri had turned as black us charcoal. He did uood and are beloved of men. Frankvoliciled 1II.I IONS SWITCH, KY that"" a Kiocery uierclmut in a country c Jones. not lie down at all during his sickness fort Capital. .,..! R. B. hiiid to his editor, throwinj; out ii town Dealer In and finally fell as it lie was shot and died On July SO, 1700, Jesse Lee, the It i astonishiiiK what a number of in 'For the mime reason instant. Chicirco daily. Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps apostle of Methodism in the Kast eollectors there me in the world. SUCCESSOR TO thnt von don't 1111 a grocery like that," Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, l'he iioston Herald producer the follow- - preached under the old elm, on Boston ,t,....iliiiirr..iilied. turnina to an adver.' It s pahsiou which did not come into llntvare, Furniture and a comiuon, tne nret esiey.111 sennou ev- M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, until lMd, but since that year it in problem which is worth considering. tisemeiit of a Chicago house dhowing a vojjue Conorat Lino Groceries, Twenty-tive- ! 511 4TH AVENUE. tliat a community of 100,000 er heard in Massachusetts. Tho annibuilding. The grocer looked at- - has spread everywhere. rancy Candies, Cron 'lies, &c. versary of that event is to be celebrated All kinds n f I'ruduco taken LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY evtlian.'e fur goods. tentivelyat the picture for a moment years iiro the divers stamps to be obtain- -' workers can produce in a day, by labor in an elaborate manner iu October, ''(I ll0t oxceed UOO. Nowadays some of 10 hours, wealth to the value of $,"00,-th1'ovionn.e, I.ivmsMon, Ky. and then said. "I never looked at it in when the great and nourishing church The Nobbiest & Most Stylish albums contain at least JS.OOO, In tho 000, then if their labor is cut down to way b'efoie." which has, from the seed sown on that - iiouis a ituv, tiiev must eitner woric naiii i,.hkj hiipciStock ol The man who blows out the pis his a ,t.H, 80 it is said, of which a, 1(50 are ,.r or more'sklllfullv in the shorter ,ierj.'hiyt.lOQ yearengo, grown to bo the bee .......- .- ..r-- 0(, Qr Uie(J wi ,je oni..flfth le83 wc.lUl, ond in the commonwealth, will commemrival, no receuuv au.,T,: um . ...v v orate tho event. Michigan hotel and the smell of burn- - ,i8UtUr. n to divide au.onK those interested in its E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor -- May is the day set by tho various production. There is no wav of getting ing cloth prompted a search for him. The get of Kmpiiier have won?457,-!55- l ... .. . t since 1.S70. ., After rapping up .several guests this mail labor o.ganiations to strike for an s- . .. " f .1... m Ever brought to the Lit) ol Lomsvi'le, no open No Hotel in Kentucky has tt better reputation, .. " 1.:., iifiiir iiiiv. tiualiy peereu 0111 01 ui imiii A Child Killed. es earned are paid, and tho capitalist reand its proprietor Is determined that intituling the thut he had tied a to Youraolf. a Duty people lii tie 11. c of opiates ;ncn room and confessed notlier iluld killed b from the gross sum of ceives his returns shall be maintained hl pill when they electric lights mid it, ordinary urirlini:ihiit can .ecurc ue a commoii. pioductiou. If this sum is cut down iu lne,rcfid,;e0,Irh,aXoiVoT0i,?,,nee tnwel around the KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS ,.. , 1. j valimtloliiiK-htlOllt, It to BCOrclied )0nc for the Mine n.oney Dr. Acktr' Knsli.li when tiiey can relieve tne cniw 01 Its peculiar )Andasomy own importation of English Hau He has recently ue'ded to its appointments pilU are a iioMtlvi: cure Inr Kick headache and ail any way, a loss is inevitable either on llaby boomer roubles by (Kin,; Dr. Acker It he said, "but it wouldn't go out. and Caps ', liver trouble. Tliev are ma!l, tweet, easily talc II the side of the capitalist or wage earner, contains ni opium or meriihliif Sold ly A$J Anelesant line ol Canes aud I.yon's and ilo not gri. Fur sale b It I'enn). Fine I'OOI I1HC1 ISlllfnrCl Celchrated Umbrellas always on hand Wo Can nnd Do or on both sides. While $5 divided Penny l.lood Klixir, fur it ha Al.n liuaraiitee Dr AcUr' Id Llfo Worth Living? Cnvi't Sloop Nlghta will give each $1 apiece, among live men SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, A First-Clas- s lieen fully demonstrated to the people tf: thu Nut if ou pi throush the world; a dyspeptic. for Is lh complaint of thousand sulTcriug from asthLivery it i superior to all other preparations tliilltic ma, consumption, couh., etc. Did you ever try tliero IS 110 nrocesd Ol aruilineuu oy r,r. Acker's Dvspepsia Tablets .ire a posftiiJe lure rlov ando lUd I'iih " ctiriHv f)rtlr nut. . , ,. . , blood disease.. It Is a positivo cure for f w'' Mi' a !" mdrgestioii. Dr. Acker's Knj;llsh Kemedy ? It is the best prepform' 'le l..UllllllVUStC illf ulcer., eruptions and pimples l which $4 divided among live men will uleiicy w0 comtipatlon. Ouarauteed and sold Hat- - side ol city solicited, perfect tatlsfactior j;un- - transient oatronare. UVIH4HU1nrnouts llllilCAlCU ..oisonmK, Itevt and by Sold on a up llie aration known for .ill hint; troubles. f.nh.a Ihe wnole jtem und thormijhly builds positive guarantee at i$c and 50c by A. K. I'enny Commercial 'travelers and other.. Uou't tail to order a NOUUY HAT. 2iyi a. k rcnnj. teed DIOUllCe llie tame constltutiun. A It. I'ciiuy Ma-oM-n- very properly killed in the Hoite. I loth lloiita-have wft.ed mi act to an end an act anthotmtn;; the Lincoln cminty couit to take stock in turnpike compnuios. - The pnin-jte- r of thf Jellico Itoom - having numerous and sundry char-- , anniilnrndx. all of wliicli lain or ters Jellico, and which will never he ead at built, presented to the legislature. -- Tlu' bill reducing the pay ol ii.im'B Hois is believed by many nsewi8 to bine become a law, and much ur.wisi-iie- s hn been caused in conseU'nce. The fait is that the bill bus never passed the limine, though it did mh theSmite. It was withdrawn fiom the llou-- e and probably never will pan. The House bill to punish fake tim the Sen at trotting rmitests (ma-e- d ing ate. It imposes a fine not exceeding iVW, or Imprisonment not exceeding six or hath, on convictton in the limit, iiMin iinv olllcial timer who shall willfully announce a false , time at any nice when- the result con-' Htitutesa record. Prowl Company, the The t a coinmu-- ' tod s of the penitentiary, asking for a re- in. atioii to the Houe lease from their eontiact with the State for the convict lalior, and askingtliat the State make some arrangements torecelci the convicts. The communication wan; to a committee of rive, witli di- m., ii.iiih I. liHik into the mutter and n- . ...-...- . mil at any time. Tim company pie scuts many good and sulllcieut reasons for wishing a release. They have l.'en out of all sense hampereil and and reason. 1iiiiMille l'ot piinha mieru- of Col. Silas Adams, of who has earned vthe sobriquet of the "ilcnt Man. A lawyer by profession is a man of ability, and it was expect- el that he would take an active hand in nhaiuug legislation, but so far he has con- tented himclf with simply reconliug his jiiilgment. The journal so far fails to that he has either made or second- ed a motion or otl'ered a single resolution neither has he spoken to any question the House. This that Iirs been would not lie remarkable were it not for the fact thnt he is fully iU.ilifiedtospeak. Despite Iiih silence he has made a useiul inemlKT. He watches clocely tho pro' ceedings and is always ready to vote. If e cry one had wusteil as little tune the legislature would long since have linish-eits labor. li - The Press Is Still Sounding His Praises. Hon .John V. Dntddy, repreentn- Tin Ivtkiiior .lm kvm. hns Miirirested tlve from Xewpoit, will take hun-el- f tlio Hon. U. U. Warren for Nate Auditor, a wife in tin- - peismi of Mins Ade- It is a ood tHei-tioi- i and will meet with lia Uildelmiis. at Milldale. general approval wherever Mr. Warren, Hoh Iinrdette thinks it would wave a is known. Liherty Press. great deal of emlMi resilient to clery- The Stanford .loiiivu. submits the' men and add to their revenues if thoy name of Mr. It. ( Warned for auditor, were to ehiue a Hxed rme foriniirriiijroe, Mr. Warren is a capable gentleman, a say live dollars, for the first od'eiisc, $10 thorough democrat and would make an fur the second, $20 for the third, itnpiis- excellent olllcer. inter-Stat- e News. ouiiicitt for life foi the fourth ami so on. The name of the talented ropie.senta-tiv- e In New York last year 1,IH litis-hanfiom Lincoly eoiinty Hon. It. C. procured divorces from their Wanen is being fieely discussed in wiveaon the ground of drunkenness. connection witli the nice for auditor. Dining the same year 1l',4;'J whes proHe Is in tho prime of life, able and full cured divorces from their husbands on of energy, and if he enters the contest .the same charge. This seem to be will he a very formidithie candidate. He j wrong some way. It is not a fair divis-i- s huliiK warmly urged to enter the ion. Tho noble husband has no show. raeo.-Car- lisle Murcury. The widow of the late J. U. Ayor, who .lodge M..L Durham having withdiawn made millions out of patent medicines, from the race for auditor, the Staufonl lias bought her a prime for a husband. Ixtkuiok Joi its i. presents the name of She is in Paris and w ill wed Prince Dol-lioIt. C. Warren, the prusent repre- - gourenkie, who iscoiism of a widow of sentntive from Lincoln county, for that a widow of the murdered Cai. Ai range-niiu- it important position. Judging from the ments are being made to lelebrate the high esteem in which lie is held by Ids wedding witli great splendor. neighbors, we think lie would make an t. Kid. Lucas' mei'tinnt U'illiamshinu! ' eloed with '.'7 additions to-da- y , There are .i,3.( ileum church mem- hers in Lexington and thevfiun 5l.'( '00 woith ol church propeity. Ut'v. A. Harrison, a hindine minister n of Knoxville. Tenn., was suspended by ln Prwhytcry on a charge of tonttitna-cy- . - SOMERSET LAND & IM PROVENT COMPANY. 350,000. - n. reli-rif- - - , w I d O. lrni"sl - ' j Le.-M- geld-Ca-e- v, Mc-b- , -- w e ' d d ' '" " "" 't):-'r- s 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' itli-tri- al 1 i-- j i. ' dw-emw- d -- -- j , ' r. 1 w- -. ! I.ev. J. L McKee pn'Mched the dedCAPITAL, STOCK icatory wruion at the ChiMci stieet Presbyteiian chinch, Middle'boio, t Sunday. The Methodist leviml held at Ycr. sailles by Itev. U. II. Means, of Nicholas-ville- , resulted in s additions, after a two weeks' ell'ort. WILL TAKK PLACIv The O'Jd annual Diocesan Council of the Kpiscopal Chinch will convene in Versailles on May (itli and continue in session three days. A Biblical student computes the population of the infernal regionsat OI'TICKKS: 000.000,000. There is such a thing nsi running statistics into the ground and R. X. Akcmrk, President, Grand Hotel. Cincinnati. O. this appears to be a cnc. Chicago Jour-Somerset, Ky. S. Whinijkv. nal. A negro woman at Atlanta stolo a Wior.tNS. Secretary and Treasurci , Soma set, Ky. O.J. drcss in which to be baptized. She want-- ! T. M. Thatch kk, Assistant Sec'y, Somerset, Ky. oil to look especially stunning on the oc- ' caion and no dres of her own could fill DIRECTORS: the bill. O. J. Wiggins, Covington. Ky. As soon as the Middlesboto Chris- Gi'.o. K. Duckworth, Cincinnati; tian church i completed, which will be R. N. Akchhk. " O. H. Waddlij, Somerset, Ky. soon, Kvangolist Joseph Prank, of LanS. Whikhrv, Somerset, Ky. N. Hkown. caster, will hold a two weeks' meeting of J. C. 1). MATTHilWS, J. M. Richardson, Somerset. special revival sen ices. The ditl'eience between a prohibiKXl'XUTIVK COMMITTEE: tionist and an abstainer or temperate man is that the former sometimes gets Gko. K. Duckworth, J. N. Ukowx, R. X. Archer, O. S. Wiggins. drunk; the latter never does, hut nlwajs in Hand. The Dawn of a practices what he preache.- -. Somerset Capital and Xattiral Resources Join Hand Xew Era of Prosperity. Republican. Out of 170 Presbyteries that have The Dream of Enthusiasm Crystalized into Stubborn and Indisputable voted on the subject of the revision of Facts. the Confession of Faith of the Presbyterian Church, 110 favor revision, .w op- Electric Street Car Lines, Water Works, Oil Refinery, Glass Factory pose it ami decline to take a stand out and Planing Mill, all to be Erected and in Operation this Sumway or the other. mer, and work will begin on these Enterprises at once. Itev. Boyd, pastor of the Presbyte Somerset is located on the C. S. R. R. and is a progressive and rian church at Poland, ., refused to re prosperous town of 3,500. Two Banks, showing a . capital stock of ceive .Miss Kebie Pence into the church becauseshe declined tosay she wouldnot'SiSO.ooo, splendid Public bchools and other enterprises and mstitu-giv- e make her future exceedingly bright. II. Haerlin, the Great up dancing and card playing, where-ition- s upon (. member signed a petition ask- - landscape artist, is about through the survey for a route of a street ing him to resign. railway through the city, which will be operated either by steam or Mr. Lewis L. Francis, now dubbed electricity. A complete system of water works, with resorvoir, on t the Peter of the south," has Hill will be immediately constructed. The minerals in Piled from his visit to Col. Schweinfurth's l.iski county are noted for their purity and inexhaustible supply. The tteaven near Kockford, ill. He was ' superior quality of sand and several oil wells are attracting the atten perfectly carried away with the angels tion ot men and it will not be long till a glass lactoty and and the other things he saw in "Heav- an oil refinery will be put into opeiation. The railroad facilities of en." Richmond Register. Eight passenger trains pass daily and being Somerset are Mr. James O.Givens, of Louisville halfway between Cincinnati and Chattanooga, it is the business point president of the Harbourville Land and, it) of t, j'ead ofnci:iis of tIle Railroad Company, who will Iinprovement Company, presented Mrs. wonderful natural resources the grand the further development of the h. IJoyd Toggle w itli a handsome carpet 1 he Cincinnati, Alabama & Atlantic R. county of Pulaski possesses for the Presbyterian church at this fact, and passing as it will through Somerset, place. The chinch hopes he may be R. is now an assured adds another to her many advantages. greatly tewaided. -- News. Key. George Hunt, of I.exii.gton, lias II. r AIWOOI). J J LLKN announced himself as a candidate for su ' W. pcrintendent of public instruction. He1 lta( .imlidale to represent Limi'ln uunt '" " ALLEN ATWOOD, is well known throughout central and lomututionai convention. RtiEL ESTETE southern Kentucky as a prominent eilu-- ; ISOGI! "MISS c.itorandis in every way thoroughly! City, Tenn. ipilllifiod tO'lill the Otlice. F.lllllOlltll U :i Candidate for Superintemlrnt ol Public ' school of Lincoln coiiiil) Elecuon Aujjunt, 1890. Democrat R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. The Imcaster Kcconl has this about 31. a valued former correspondent of this DENTIST. Candulite or Clerk of the Court of Appeal, U. West was oidained paper: "Uobeit OMkeon Main street, opposite I'ortman House, subject to the action oS the Democratic prtj tip stairs. e Oas given for rminless to the gospel ministry, in Washington HUt.ion ?iignst, th extructms. STAXKOKI) KENTUCKY. City t lie 'Sd iust. He was born and i R. CRESS, reared in this county and is thu son of Mr. John K. West, lie has been willed DR. W. 13. ESTATE AGENT, to thu p.i8torate of a suhuihan church in IClltiHt. the above named tity. Barbourville, Ky., OfGce South mde Mun trtt't, in ofiice recently Next Sunday all tho Christian H ix fur lit in 01 thi hi e property in the .acated by, Dr. I. F II iAm..n, tanlorcl. Ky. chinches will make their annual olloring hoomuu it l h.iri'.Mirvillt. L l 7 lf olf for (leinTal Home Missions. lust vein's VS. I. IU Kb. receipts were v!2,51().;t5. Tlieie weie ' WXL AS laemployed in '! States, 52 men who h..e remove Imv o""ne tu 'nv residence, oppo sue heiuule CIU)(e Miicrr bored 10,:0i days; jireitched 1,105 will U- found nt all time-IIL'OII UK1D. Attorneys at Law, had 1,75:; church additions; visit ed (t'J new and iniort'iuiixed places and 327 Fifth St. - Louisville, Ky. ' ....... ..1. 1... ..i.ii.i:t....i n-- First Sale of Town Lots -- :i MAY 20 Vice-Presiden- AND 21, J9G. 1 A . 1 t, .") ....... first-clas- v ... "t. return-'Crescen- wide-awak- e ' I ; j II. MILLER c: I ) H.AIE MEETS. Johnson ' 1 F. Brinkley !. Nitron-Oxid- -.- REAL iti-- PENNY, -- I REMOVED! 1 AVUES&GIVRNS, 1 - j 1 ! THE RILEY e th-tlu- it . 1 rr-raiii- r 11 "rave-yard- fi-can- 1.1 1 MRWQN. 1 d $'-- Pincvillc, Kentucky. Corre-pondoimi-v- -- 11 r J". HC. HILTOIT Queens,-ware, , GEOGEGHAN. ' 1 h'l 1 1111 ' of 111 y , ut j , '"." 1 1 ... ... 1 .1..-!- AT Bo world-renown- THE MYERS HOUSE 1 : i ,,,. i.i-- d coun-rvth- P'"-tie- s , i)ii. -- . S.ISV I'arlOrS Stable Ml ' J I i v Ly&s MBSS S M .... .t....: r kutetotii si.t... - fc? tg iitdit!f' ,'''Ji j. x m. - - ' - jj tW wn t- fr?X -- - ... q.' ...... j...y y- - g. - -- y- - If pi- - j rt" ".- - - t Semi-Week- ly i Interior journal ArML 20, 1890 8tanford, Ky., Lit 8 I when it pulls to coma lose . up stakes and hies itself away. Haki-kk'Wkkki.y, in an article on the NEWS CONDENSED. in Khode Island, which has just result gone democratic and taken herself out of Kentucky had 70,000 men in tho arthe republican column, says that the cry my and it is estimated that H.000 of of high tnrifi'as assuring constant t'i them iliuw pension. toss. offer. of ployment, high wages nnd protection to Mrs. l.aclmel Harnett was held in he American labor is losing charm. cJ00 bail at Liberty for coneeahnu' the id- MllCHS WPph ' I nvrl! n n nil niVpl'i it ri T, ,., i It, III. 11(11(1. (111(1. ,)irth oflu,r jnfant and destroying it. more tlmtque8Uonl8.lIfeiS8cul.t!iei..oix-;die1 (t,t O, ( 1-- J (111(1.6 1'OC CCUtS IS Mr. un.t.n, a Uuisville bank prest- it is tested by experience, the less cer-(1 11(1. approv- CClllS. It St, I'PCCI 'VCtl tWO CUSPS Nig, (it I o Wn.lt C Goods t tain is the high tariif of popular ,i0,, i,.is 0i,i for SSt.000 stock in . . . I i t I !. tin ti f 1. ur &uwt, u.o Mavl Stone (Jap, which cost him $.1,1.00 a year al. If, as the friends of protection irnicn. T dominant question,! sert. it is really the V J-- o week W'c Foiit Wkyxk, Im., forbids the sale of ii,.. r..mit,HiHii ilefi'at in lthode Island, Wm ,.,..,.., of Unlollf In,.., l,s 2 ..:.., i,..n . i.. ..,...... reduced, . , w .. .i.. i:j.:I7.S0 pension arrears for with the national eovernment in control any uriiPie on 1-- X Y t be weeli , ouuso,n,v injurie: received in ,,f IIIUlLl.llUllltJI the high tantl just r.gce.i up a womien imiiai. iw . b III n,nllinn!c!jl cts. be means that the that when a nickel was dropped into a the army. uu JOc introduced in Congress, tW'lf (( let hande.l from Ilurkville to ' pCr S(t tCCHS which. we is losing favor. That slot a riiair would be promptly A survey of a road protection policy II out. The thine worked well for awh. e .' Oc is as sound and logical an inference as, Horse Cave has been made and a veryj be Sold tlli.S WCpk Calicoes, 2dC IJCl' was coining money till the practical route found. The dtan.e w anv other of the result in Hbode Island. and the man (111(1 y )rh,ite ndigO BlllC, SillipSOIl's authorities got onto his snap, when he 4 miles. 7' ,...,. , . . . 11 ws A it. . 11 o dollars. (UL Oilier UV.SliruuViS Will OC AUl.uu Ii ;JU Si'Kakkr Hkkk, the autocrat of the Lvns arre.sted and lined uhv,,. tjin . I -L- exington will have a big sale of lots embraced the Tlifl Inay ))e au ri,jMti men who the House of Representatives, , tlllSSeaSOll, CmOraCCS SlPCS, in its Loudon wXAlcsS Stock Of day and occiusion in responding to the toast "The mu,je thi Indian break the law ouirht to dition, formtul from the lands of the late Republican Taity" at tho banquet of the sutl'craloii); withitsowner. It would have Col. (.Joodloe. American Republican Club at Pittsburn, st00,i silently and immovable till dooms- The Fast Tennessee, Virginia ami fnontofr the usual vilhncation ol tne ,iav iia,i not its machinery been set in (ieorgia is building shops and round K South and to wave the bloody shirt with motion by the nickels which the men houses at Kno.wille, Tenn., which will a vengeance. He advocated the placing of were not bound to put in it. We believe ost when complete ItKW.OOO, congressional elections in Federal hands ;n punishing both the seller and buyer l)(ir(1CUl(t 1'S 10 (lllll SIOWII ('tSCirilPrC 111 11 f. f hSSlDIl ,(11' Lll 1)1(1 II II CSSeiltiaL I.iniiiKvans opens the New linuul i an f unifies, whose sale is forbidilen ')' n ko that the republicans, as lie sain, ,,, ,;., . JmvinnaM 10 itinn nnnl n1 ini'neiMo iinfc 1.1 Mt. Sti'rline next lliurs ni Unit. Hint' , ' .,, ' uol "do our own registration, our own count-- ja,V) jf not t0 the same degree at least to l" ... iins ..t.iirv.M11, , u nil I II I III, pri.UL'X J VI lUHll.s UXHCU, Ulj u e need a measurabl e extent. 7's ' , uij , . ing and our own certification, 1. . V ., . ' VUSl. (llTJCrCllCf, HM IV Ilf't'll Mllll I1L llt rtlLVU imvvwi ' i 1 . ... 'nino nnti. mop. Tniin.T. inn. n.fi 11. xn.iw. itmi.. the republican vote of the South to ollcet wiliiiiiniewymira.Mruiii.il ...... The earthq uake which occurred in . . . . which votes in .1... i. the democratic ignorance 111. 111111 .....,...... imai Reeil California and Oregon Tiiiirail.it. , ..... tirersin Ohio Jiave iieiauueo .... ,, .-, New York and other large cities. stealings is ?.,u.iu,uuu. of the "doom seal amount of their is the most obnoxious iteure be-- j increased the terror republicans. fully mer- - ors" us those people are called, who be Nearly all of them were fore the American people and ... m.- -, ..i Shnlt o. . near me m-i:.... :.. .1 v'...lr..ti' its the execration he is receiving. Thev think she was unlv mistaken a "due, in Michiiran, was destroyed by r If. i.ii. Ikll momtiiTAnf tin. Leuis-- I ll II .1.1..0 111 i... .iii nt fiw uiiiinivnl. tire Sunduv. The pump man, John f.. llll lil 1IIIIV. IIIV III! lUMf " und John lature, who are mainlv from the moun-- ' 8he has foretold, and that the shock of Williams, was burned to death For Saio -- Brick Rosidonco ., i ....nv.. .......... . .... n.n n....r.., in. t Mlin counties, where tne uiioi ciaun uus Tliursdiiv was the l.einiung 01 the enu tain irrt. k. I' ' lnwhnh now lir. HI mi biini- - bl k kn .D 4ib At Moscow, live s'sters named iness has grown into a great and tkriv- - o ti,t. ,i08tructioii of all the cities on i 'W sl I B Cuttfl MUJU. buiifofd suicide. 1 he young ing industrv, resorted to every means to ti10 c.olden Coast. Mnnv are therefore onieroff of age ( tin. hill in iln ;.... 0...1 .i..m.,.,. ....... ust of the five was only 10 years :.... w.... l-i" . ' ' Jem of require the counties to pay er to return. Their room mav be as The came of the deed was their House to ' Nihilists, h.iu tip- finest .nul must t'Otnplctc stock of. being arrested as of the S75 that the .State is taxed for each wood as their company, but the f ihr nr Hi .tin-i'c Thr iinu! iwriin -- The I'nicorn Silk Factory, at Catau. 1 idiot, but they failed, though the bill re-- ur ought to got in his work us they lly Turnct.Ml!, M Kmiu M Wr. Mill luni.i-- r firtt 4t..nli Ml ?S.",000; parKiKMi will He ill ceived only a bare majority. It is hoped ami thus put a stop to such a breed of qua, Pa., was burned; loss ih m ' May iljiiiu tially insured. During the fire an explo- in i'rT.Hlrnt unj IWinl ..r i. ki hir inc t iiun bill at once oous. a that tho .Senate will pass the sion of acids caused the walls to tumble and thereby stop a big leak to the treas 1ms is the week set for the legal extr in and eight persons were killed. rv n tliR ..nnnties'.will be a little more Miss Jessie Carson drives the stage in the matter when part of the cution of the first man by electricity. It aarticular Vpcnnlini?- to is to occur in the Albanv. ' N. Y.peniton- - l...u-.....:. ...,:.i u; ti...m n.4it! and Park Rapid. Minn. j . . " CAJfUIQi; 10 puu i... ...v.... The .hrhl'lrT.Ulic JUSiOK Ki k .V muruercr t.j,e jiag oone u ior years, iuukiuk um.nu nary, ami in. j.enimier, ine thp auditor's report there were iib Rurr urnpiVc Ko- -l L will to be the subject, h very- -' trips n week, summer and winter, ami - t j(.kim,. f,risiUni .. . .. u.. 0.8 on the charge of the State last year at of a woman, is tins rmntni ."... ..1 11.."' i i readiness and Kemmlerisalso, 0ften with the therinometer ilown to 40 ? a cost of Sia5,000. ) W '".IVKN'S, 1'ic ' He tins degrees below zero. . lifhisstorv is to le believed. republican party is the party ol nrofeRsed reliuion ami claims to be both 50,000 squure' Thk it is estimated that lvvcr in Stanfonl. Call anil examine anil he convinceil. promises, but the people have' learnetl nMXiou8 and willing to pay the penalty miles of territory was Hooded by tho that they only.make them to be broken, 0f ni8 ,tee)( wj,jci, j, ,iCuth here and a breaks in the Mississippi levees, anil that For instance, among many other things, prions crown hereafter he thinks. Ac- - 100,000 people were nearly ruined by the Ihcaniiull mrrtiru f.r Ihrfurrlrtlmti of a Thos. Gents1 tinl.ik A Iiris.iotA their last natioin.1 platform promised eordingto the law the condemned man waters. The l". S. government tins sent urnpiVr lt.araf br lirM ut th- . iri NilHrtwl Co. will JJoofs Shoes. Haul. Sun.fJ. Af Siunliv iu Mjr that postage should be reduced to one js j;t.pt jn jiorance of the hour of his $l.')0,000 there to prevent starvation, itucVUMMtrv h.nt. li;l CI.IKTOX FOWLI.K. I'ltHarrodsburg has ,t, cent, but it has not .been done, neither doom, though he is told that his execu- In seven years Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Uus, Lace Curtains, Sc. it be. The postmaster general ad- - tio, ...mi oc ... wuu;n a i veI1 W!Vun f,lT,..i fmm .x.L .lestructlve fires, which, vises against it and that has seemed to, ciiy8 When the sheritl appears in his in the aggregate, have destroyed about buttle the matter. There is no crying cel) ju. wi. ti,en knovv tlmt lig tjine jia8 ;50i0tJ worth of property, of w hicli at Hu Ion lltr popular demand for &uch n reduction, C01L. jeasl sy; q(x) ius j,een lost by citizens of th. .iKih..u.i -- f ih- suufuni a Irctiun for a plnl-ehM"l- ie-- 1 hut a promise should be as Kood asjbond ' without any insrranee tl,e h..llv.-- t 1 uim rsvill. at . p m tir.t sjmnur '" .hik.k uoiikim. auvocaieu a service and security, anil the party that nia-i- so JUIIX I LAM1, 1'n-- i lb May i90 It'iP ri.p0rtel at Washington that many specious promises ought to fulfill pension in his speech before the U. A. them, or or be convicted at the bar of K. at Louisville. He tllinks that the sol- - s ltor Qav intends resigning the t public opinion of obtaining power under diers who, at the risk of their lives, pro- - cuairmanMiip ui tl... icimiuhkiii nntlAiml .f ui .ikiili1!.inn ......... l thr tected the homes and treasury of this committee, at the meeting to be held The annul mretmi: ol the UoclboMcr pretenses. false f o hunlord and 1U1H 0p Turnpike country, should now be paid for it, irre- May 7, and that tho members of the com- Iherlectionofa l'rwident and Hoard o) Hire i r. forthetn.u.nR ,earw,U I hrld al WnJercrf Thk Louisiana lottery, whose ulmrter 8pective 0f whether they were wounded . fctronnly favor Oen. Clnrkson as Herein Manford nut Saturday in May. is shortly to expire, is making strenuous or oti amj wmt(!Ver tiie t.ost may be, mittee ) 15 'NN ' fc .oclwVpm successor. efforts to prolong its life. Tailing to get every 60i,iier who followed the stare and his Of o7 horses entered in the Decoranow offers the 8trjpL.8 during the sixties should oe a charter in Dakota, it tion Handicap to be run at Latonia on for a re- - 8i011ed. of Louisiana V are surprised that bo sensi- - Mav r,0 only 10 have been declared out. tlie money to oe uivuicu ""o ble man on other subjects should l ,H 80 newal, The no.khoUeref the Hmtoiivillj Coffey' These are Maori, Terra Cotta, Huntress, 1 W. s F WALTON. ; j ' 1 s Kbx, the King o the New Orleans Carnival, litis favored us with n roynl edict, selecting us from umong his loyal subjects to witness the coionation of his Cousin Kex'I I at the capital city of Utah, which will bo attended with great pomp and ceremony, the festivities lasting for tl ve days. Ie also sends us a confidential communication, asking usto submit the names of ladies of this see. tion from which Ilia Majisty can select! for n,,r Gracious Majesty, the Jueen, jaj,is 0f Honor, whose social standing nmi strikingly handsome appearance will it,ll(i character and beauty to her hoyal Court. Those of our beautiful young Inwho wish to liave their iiamta sub-1Ilittwli wlII Ult.rt,fore, please present themselves at our otlice at 10 o'rlock. Og-de- n, -, Tub Senate has agreed to the House resolution fixing May 12 as the day for the tlnal ailjournment of tho legislatute. For u body, which started out so well, the (iencnd Assembly of 'Si) and 'l)0 has proved itself no better than its predo- eesors and a general "thank (.tod" will' no up fnim the tax-payer- s, j j Beyond recognition. Don't time looking around, but direct, THE LOUISVILLE STORED Take advantage oar tills J-,J- Your gain, oar Llh .. i j I "' . a - , I 550-od- d j t,t In Striped ... into f. j, of fine uiauies, nana soma patterns, extra iuuiiiius, our full line Sateens cents per yard. also offer tills wilt and rices: Sateens which trere sold at Wand .11-at the following cents per yard, ueuutipu .'tmeriean cents will sold his at will sold this wed: at 77 Sateens (Itis which licit; sold haue sold at a sacriicrd price our French yard. per in ra. ,jll our will tit lllird J ;....; .....;,.hluctper a..7 ilu Manchester fancies and )! ,,,,i,-tu, ucrn iiii a Hilts, I ri'lltS, Carpets, tC Clolllllg, fO . pcryd.rd. J'frV'" J J0 ltd - J -- ji -- T-- j V EVERYTHING ;,,,,, 'u,lr:,.'.J""":j,Vr.. 71 in mit 3STETAT, j I I -- a.l.'"iS ! -, - -- nii Yl"' I. viiicr. ii('tr . ... 1 -.- to-da- y Main Street, 'p.ioJwis M. SiSLIiDNTGER, WILIS AGER. diu-Mj- I - ..... - -- Llll-- . ... 1 .... f ... t.V" 1 ! iuc I I I iU-- r I -- V -- 1 Turnpike Kicction. ! -!.- NEW GOODS! - fool-kill- 11 tr -- t 11 j j i I -- r- -- " " - j ' :Dress Goods, Turnpike Election. White Goods, .rn mll "fr Embroideries, &c, 1 I I n- 1 ' Turnpike Election. - Imi-d.'Bian- cl Kn-i- ' j 1 - Full Line of . , Emniprsoiis Sons and fine suf-wi- ll Turnpike Election. - j j e frmr. SEVERANCE & SON. j 1 Turnpike Election. :- AT HALF COST AND- - j pen-Sta- te Turnpike Election. A CORN PLANTER ff ,1 S1 & I P . ,. ,,,,,., Mississippi levees. A concern that is , ; ijl uuii 111 ij iiuinuinLt: i ,. . , able to offer such in.luceinents for tlie; ,. fjxC(, ior right to continue to fleece suckers mart for Jun'e lul)aml th ,, VraMorU have a gold mine, to be sure. D,d,g.ues are to be named in county Stiperin- - conventions May ::i, at the ratio of one "Gatii" has had a talk with tendent of the Census Porter, who tells to every 200 votes or fraction over 100; him that his department estimates that Ciial for Cleveland. If, however, there the coining enumeration will show should be but one candidate announced mm oouium-tha- t 01,442,807 souls in the U. S. He thinks u ,lli -- ol" "'" ,, ie declare that candi- mti of teu Virginia will show a decrease nominee wittioiit the formality population of 112,0();), a bad showing, if Ken- - of a convention. for the Mother of .States. true, tucky is put dovN'n with an increase of A jvm in Louisville found a verdict of New Yoik is expected to show) :J50,000. tl,"00 damages against tho Truth on a Tho the greater increase 1, suit for $.50,000 brought by Win. I). Heed estimated cost of taking the census audi for the publication of a paragraph, which printing the reports is over $10,000,000. .Mr; lleeil thought reflected on his integ TiieG. A. K. Meetinc at Louisville rhy. The verdict created much surprise. elected Capt. Mike Mintoti commander us the Tt nth had disavowed any malicover (Jen. K. II. Ilobson by a vote of !K5, ious intent or desire to injure Mr. lieed. l to 01. The latter would have been elect-- , Hro. Ridgely will no doubt secure a and a reversal, but if he does not, ed but for the failure of many posts tot Stanford and vicinity would he can draw 011 us for theamount, which attend. . have rejoiced iu the general's election, is to heal .Mr. Heed's lacerated fi'eliug.-since he did her so excellent a turn iu a The one or two hangings thatllourbon Frankfort was certain appointment. of meeting next tins had recently seeins to have produc- chosen as tlie place ed a most salutary elfect on the law-year. breakers in that county, for the irrand- JJno. Kut'KEK wants lUO rress ASsocia-- , illrv .lft,.r .. threo-davsession came in- j... j tion to meet at .Somerset next time ana ' t0 c0llrL an,i r(.,)0rtt.(l that after full in calls upon the business men of the place Vestigation it had no indictments to re to consider the matter ana extena an in- turn. This is as remarkable as it is gratvitation. If the good brother will not ifying, and we hope many more coun interdict the use of wines at the banquet ties will be able to send out so good as a icpoit. or prohibit the biking of a cock-tai- l an appetizer, we will promise to assist Tiieiik is some Jevilment on foot. A him all we can in securing the meetcall has been issued for a meeting May 7, ing. I Iere'8 looking at yon, old prohib! in Washington, of the executive comA riiETTY little milliner from Apple-to- mittee of the republican national com Wis., put $700 in tier plump and mittee. Kentucky will not he represent palpitating bosom and went to Chicago ed, owing to factional fights, to lay in her spring stock. She fell Thk prohibition fight is on again in asleep while enroute und whi'ii she Hardin and both of the local papers are was gone. Some awoke the money thief had gently slipped his filled with the rot that such elections hand into the snug retreat and taken it. produce. -- .., . l"".. .i.A..4 c"" - ; : , new-tria- j s' - -- -- - j . n, I Va, has White House thVconfederacy," the Davis mansion. The Mo. (.holder of the Stanford and Mill'dije ..n. i.i.nmLr n notified to meet at McCor. to tho Hollywootl Memorial association m..Vi church ut Saturday inof May at for the I);rr. tor. and Hoard in electt to be nft&x i)H a musc., for Confederate enduing aPremdent t. rf ' IlLslI, Prr year rejCfi The society has asked Mrs. vls t0 penuit thu transfer of her hus- band's remains for burial at tlie olil . ...v v,i.i.r. nf ihe ltuOi llranih'luinpike Saturday in house. arc notified to meet at Muhblr the May to elect .1 Hoard ol Iir.tpr for California was v isited bv an iiuako Thursday morning at :5::ii o clock. ' The vibrations were from north to south. The shock was sharp at San Francisco, and a few buildings were cracked; but nn snixM.il ilima.e is reported except at H H T F. . ..rr.-- , I'ajaro, where the railway bridge was1 1,l(S,,HniuMlul(ullt,rfBpl for ale imat.ii mv thrown out of lino anil gas mains dis t,rinc rr,i bun- -. mirrwt m tho Until H Kcnpi.il U in. , j0iute,l tWoSt ahpIu l s..f..i. K South Dakota, two ..!. .iiiu.au , iHWr ' t mt Z T" mr,f vlff mt t 9 V fnP.' mlwthi.iriiiiur.niidfitiMv it brothers were awakened by a noise out-- 1 Tbfi 1IHJM, w ntriik'ibly lucaiuil mi tan. umi side their house. Arming themselves, 1H,j,t, lfUXn. Mf b.iinrM, h b,Ml It u one went out at the front door and the itr.M..iKml I.F..I.tii'B irflw' . l..Ltii4. i.rmrr r..Mii. v '1 .......... ...-.. ".u.rii,ii,M.. other at tho back door to reconnoitre. twuotoie nmw "" M ,l''' lr inwOMliiHl, They met, and one brother, thinking the and Khrr aijuitciiaiice. other was a burglar, fired at him and 1h. a.tuiclKMo ami lot m llutiivillr K shot him dead. The dead man leaves a Stanl.inli rt uax t..n th a Mip.ilatn.ii wife and three children. " raindly tin rising, in pr.vpT.iiiH -- 14 ,.1... Commissioner Kaum estimates that IMJ tWO rllimMM WIIH pnrp- l" " "", . ami ailfirablncoiinit" there are now 1 l..,!r.0 veterans who will nUceliir ll'rtil Wl11 constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture v t..rr.!.u. in , ......,. .. rciTHU , ,.:.. ,.t " o c had b; .. .:.... . ... . , an.hu.ther parti. lar ma. je eiHllieil IO iicumuii ui .in...! ik. xiiiiir (lu.h'i. iiitnrm.. i.r "" " vm uu i,t 1UW ua SUCO gOOQS aiiu uuuciui!.gi o uuuua. aiajr piii-uunder the Morrill Service Tenmonth Staulnnl l C rOKIMAN can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be consion JM1I and in lS'.iJ this number will be vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. increased 11,811). This bill provides a lv-- t ...msion for every man who has leached tl)0 K(, 0f ,;. years nn,i wj,0 sowed 00 days in the army. Marion county held a primary election on the plan of carrying tho ballot boxes to the homes of tlie voters and af- IJA5 rri . ter live d.iys canvassing the vote was FO?, Saturday as follows: Delegate to PAI Constitutional Convention, Hon. J. Troc- Is Receiving His V .1 udge of tor Knott no opposition Criminal Court, H. W. Rives. Stf; John ,r TKir0URmmLC&CHt"Qt H. Thomas, S50. Circuit Clerk, if. J. Lancaster, Oil.'; II. I). Gilmore, 47.S; .1. J. mDFIElDREBUlATMCD. ATCAiTABA. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Giv e him a call. Wood, .MO; ltobert I. Smith, mumtAUMMiutun. J1 ,tjT"r iuui ; ,. I j, of Uichmond, Turnpike Election. A SET OF HARNESS. MARK HARDIHT. Da-th- at Turnpike Election. -t I NEW FURNITURE STORE! FOR SALE. 1 I PROPERTY.! ! ..Hr-tu- lf (Mn-...i-- ni 'ir'fl--r7- " t V D M-- m tr-- -- 1 H m ' i . I .1 , - hii-ii- u. 11- , ,,-- ,', !. .'. n. a .,. JrWIELDS REGULATOR rf ed ( 1 ,.; S-- f iev&t!MBitf i O T K U AT IU Irtkl N GnUT.uKHISER-BmfElUHSWlJlKNlOffi- ut SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. J " 'J ii rilllr r'J " -- i n Ti-ir- f fm i iu 'if'i'Yiijf'tifii' ' ' j'..ir .AfkL-ii.-.-iu- .. A - - ..,e - .&..; t - TiffjftfrHiliitf iti iWifeA'fiiiilfttlalitia'f, -- i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal i ic. c. wa. lton, bus. m nnaerl BUSINESS. MEANS bMiro. Fhkbii supply of rearly-mixepaints. A. H. IVniiY. Durability and ittality LMiaranteeil to bo Tiik heht jtliu'e to buy tlrupH, patent llrfct-claW. 11. Mcltoberts. medk'ineH ami toilet urtieles is ;it A. K. Punnv'ti. Tiik Ivrmsioi: JoniNAi. base ball club Huy your fchool bonks, ink, tablets, lias Keen reirvanie. Tins aunoiinco-- J paper, iKMieilH ami Mhool Miipplies of all timls from A. K. IVnnv. meiit will pll'ect some of our boys like shaking; a red nit-- before a mad ox. I'p PERSONAL POINTS. and at them, boys. Somerset Reporter. Mi-S.uhk Cook, of HtifitoiiTille, is 'I'm: Fisher heirs are determined to Yisitlw; Iter Muter, Mrs. i. It. Cnopr. fully investigate that jol.tlbO.OOO estate Mtss Pnm-?- , of MiuUson, has in (ieriimuy and have employed Hon. 1. buutt tlm utiest of Mrs. V. M. Bright. 15, Murrny to do so. He has endued Mas. 1. Hhid, bus been vinttini; her passneand will sail in a few weeks. Mrs. Mary I'.ouumn at Lexington. L 15. (.iii:.s, of HurrolbiirL, has Tin: Kentucky State Medical Society liutin ultli bis bomefolks for tliu lat few will hold its :ttth annual session nt Hen ilays. Dr. Steele Iiailcy, derson Muv 14 ! G'oiK.'iN C. W'atkim will oto (Jiiiciu-iMt- t Secretary, is now busily emraed send-iiito filurk in a linrdware. the programmes, which contain Lwniti.TiiH Unr.lt'ii SciuN, fnMi nn gpimiiif. A. It. lVntiy. Watciikh uinl jewelry repaired ami An Kmmnk, three-horspower, six A nkw and novel line of Koods just cono pulleys and other steam fixtures received at the "Model Oioctsrv." ' for sale. W. l Walton. (io to Itowland for photoTin: millinery this season was hover Hrajihs, $1 per dozii. Frank Cordior. so varied ami beautiful. Attend Courts Lincoln- - county will be divided Into i tt Wray's openine at the store seven districts for census taking with nn Thursday ami Friday and see what a enumorntor in each splendid fjtoek they have. o llrst-clas- s I nost-ollle- e il J XKW ADVKRTIS KMKNTS .GO TO. Turnpike Election. fhe Cmh OrchiirJ and Turnpike will meet at the Harm llinire SfitunUy. Mny i)h, 190. t i o'rlncl: for thr jurp e of electing officer fur the oliMiinc year W II MILMtK, I'reiident 17 ThottocUit-Mt- I A. A9WAR1EM9 JIODEI, GROCERY" And Spades; In Cmh Orchard For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red & White Onion Sets, Peas and IScans in hulk. Also a full stock of Landrcth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers. f.irriintel. All the miners in the laurel district went to work yesteiday, nftor a strike of a month, on a compromise of : cents a bushel the year around. We believe they had been pcttinc 2. S3 and wanted YiiSTBiinw was a royal spring day. although u little cool. Tlie farmers must be vetting in their work, juduiiiL' from the!r almost complete absence from town. The streets were nearly deserted all day. mm Turnpike Klcction. VhoWorn nf the The nnnaal mcctiHC of the Sbmfnrd, nix River White (Mk and (lurrird Co TormilVe Mil! uleul.ne Mt Miller Owkv' tiilicdin SUKiliird Jlur j, iSr, for the purpw of electing oimtii kit tnv entuinn year T At. I . TKAVLOK, 1'ie.ldetil. LADIES I am Receiving r.very day, Imc'ikIiii,; all th s Kr; Fresh Goods .iliit i.Mllp 1 HIGGINS & M'KINNEY Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, &o. ! ! Miss Limy Tatk Tin: Harrodsbur.' Dcniocrat comi)aius frfunds. that the neuroes there refused to assist Mil. and .Ma-- . C. C. I'.uiihmi, of Clif. in lij,'htiiin the tire or removing yoods till Ion Fori;.', Vh., are visiting Iilt uncle, they were paid. That's very different Col.T.P. Hill. from the way thev do here. Thev are Mkh. W. It. Veattii, of Louisville, generally tho hardest and best workers S'utulay to spend a week with her father, Mr. Jlriuly. Or ii opening of sprint; millinery will Tiik Mt. Vernon Signal man, Mr. K. fsrur Thursday ami I'tiday, May ami '.', Smith, was here Saturday mating an we cordially invite all tho ladius to money galore. attend. Our stock embraces all the J. C. lbn nt lias sold bis (Iron btoro styles and is both handsome and comOWENS, ManaKer, Ht I.exiuuton to Wilson A' Hro. and pro J. plete Ho sure to call and see our disPaper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Tin: estimated cost of the "cut oil" Ksoh to enjoy life a while, on the inter play in the - Kentucky. store. Courts A Jewelry and Silverware. pike is hugely in excess of the appropri- Harrodsburg, ost of his money. Wr.iv. ations and if it is built the merchants have taken char;t' l t'ns popular hotrl Miw. 1'okikT. Coi kts U taken the This Merry Hachelors' Hop Club root- - and other citizens will have to 1:0 down and intend to run it in aririt lav manner in every IBC pioUy new eottae built by Mr. J. A. Alrnpct Itubcine paprrrtl and painti-- from pniixed Satanta by the election of C. into their jKvkots pretty liberally. W. top tn bottom, the 1x1 dini; i being rrnowtted and len and was moviiu; to it yesterday. cunfort-ahl- e t mali pleasant C. Carson presitlent, K. C. Walton Secre- The Best Railroad Miller is taking subscriptions and is pveryllnng done The tahleit hall neMr ind urp.i-e- d he far ituet. MIsh lMlo Hoot will live with her. Iv hotclsiii tin- - section J I:. nWKNS try and Li. L. Fenny treagurer, when meeting with fair success. ,fTXX Va??vss. Miss Jknmi: Waiiiiiin, the eleeut in , the ireliininarioa of their Prescriptions Care r-iPrompt Attention of representative in iluituliUr ' Win. Hummer was lodged in . - ra XsVs hop were arnuifwU It is to occur about tiio I'Ktaluttire, was the sititst of her .IiiiiM nil nn.l here yesterday by W. A. Cnron to STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. l tin. innt ..hitwimti. given to Engravwnigjn. Mist Juliwtt (till. lneaeter '"tence passed on him at All Pern. whme a pleasant life and well fully Compounded aflair thev have vet undertaken, which '"' ol,t Hoeonl. wife let them use f'atent Hour made at ..: r.l...-- 1 for cairyini; a concealed (.mnford Roller Mill, Call for it at your grc- iswiyintsa ttoud deal. Mtu J. K. MtRHiu.1., who is makiitr a ing and Repairing have not n ,t en hand, urse Weapon. He WHS also tilled J3 for Shoot- - eery, and if they or them to keep it, ret an order from them and (taper out of thti Inter.State O a llOUble OIIU in 111 that town, which he lias laid OUt get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleamnt at all hours, day til a Iiextise-UKws, was here Satnnlay. Hois nn all ami devoted more esjiecially to horse in the jail there. I'luinmer seems to be of Watches, Clocks .'" ' ,.OTTS SuperinltnJinl. urouml nowspfiiMT man and Is nqmhle of matters, tlioiiKli onr otlior pntrons wil" a bad bow, beinc already under indict-hav- e loiim so. and Jewelry. and night. no cause to felslli;httHL We shall .nt for burslitriiciiii: Mr. Hwker's store. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Mm. M. F. ItnixMi.v, nnlidate for commence in it the publication of the at Ottcuheim. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, rlork of the Court of Appends, is here, chitrmiiii: serial "Istbel, or from Shop to B. H. DANKS, Jeweler, J S WELLS, Ph. G. Proac. Clk. f A bin. to authorize the payment ami expresses hinihelf eonrtdont of win Mansion," in addition to a full quota of w. 1.. s x. TANFORU, KY a miscellaneous and irutieral and local a claim of Oeorire 11. Hooker against the niiiK the nice. Hois a woodman and Wrtlt ilrilltd State as a committee for a lunatic, was factory pricM. to order and Pumps I irmhed at tleinoerat. news matter. Now is the time to subMain Street, C pp. STANFORD, Ky. as "a mentioned in the MlSSia llA AND LlZZIK TWIII1VIU.L, of scribe. claim for the benefit of Oeorgo II. Hock- lhiHtorville, arrived yesterday, the forFmi Sioiiy. Mr. i. W. Tribble, who or, a lunatic of lSoyle countv." As there. mer to be treated by Dr. Carpenter and and This notice forewarn hunter, . the lati;est IS less ground for calling Mr. locker a other not to trypan on our land fishermen per. is an Isaac Walton, uithout the latter to visit friends. They are at tlsh that has been taken from the waters ' lunatic than anybody, the mistake has illusion, a all sucti win ue prosecuted to tne iuii-present located at Mrs. Fannio Ilium's. extent of the law. Signed: nf HaiiKiriK Fork for some time. It was I)r. P W. LOGAN, Tiik Mt. Vernon Signal eoinplimeiite of the cat variety and weighed 11 pounds, cauped considerable fun at that gentle- I). V. HOLMES P1IILI1ERT RICHARDS. JOSH ADAMS man's expense. Mr. I locker is the dem- II W. GAINES. Having secured the services of article of Uobort I.ee Pa via on "Opthe J. II. McKINNKY. was II feet lout and measured 111 inches ocratic candidate for assessor in his Mrs. SAM FORD IRWIN, JOHN G. LYNN, erators and Amenta" recently published Mm ALICE TICKER JOS. I1ALLOU. around. Mr. Tribble, who is nJ, hail in this paper, and takes oerosion tosjteak considerable trouble 111 pullint: him out, county and is going to get there in great shape. very highly of the writer. The 1. J. is I am now fully prepared to do ELECTION. but finally succeeded and is now very very proud of its capable correspondent. proud of his catch. City On Saturdav last the New York Tiikiik certainly is somethini: peculiarMorgue contained '2 unidentified corps-je hal Nouce Next Saturday is the day tlxed by law OS. What II WOrlll of sensation thele is held at the hweby same place an inee, t)on wi and ly attractive about h lady postmaster. Stanford anoui Magisterial District in Lucoln . This is the way it is nt Lancaster accord-in- s for the examination of persons who pro- 111 that simple statement of fact! t(ulntyon "The poxt,olllee pose to be candidates for superintendent to the Kworil Yorkville, a village in Woodrutl' AND May 1890, hulldiiiK', so to speak, was 'all Hiiiilim' of common schools. It is to bo made be- county, Ark., was blown away Sunday Sunday anil Monday. Mr. Lev Kenton, fore the countv clerk, judgo and one oth- morning during a heavy wind and rain Krom6oVtocka m until? o lock. p. m lor the of the of Likinc the "... a leading attorney of Cyntlii.uiu, was in er person selected by them and no per- storm. Hundreds of cattle are reported purpce prennu.upouAdise .juetionqualified voters the of miingnot f i4,a son will bo entitled to run unless he sedays mentioned." more than $ao,nuof hond to raisea fund to pay the city the kiiieii, lint as tarasian oc learned uurti uMcr ,,mon, nf jtoo0f otk ln the Cumber. certiticate as to characcures a All work warranted and promptly done. land Railroad Co , the fund accruing from (aid was no loss of human life CITY AND VICINITY. bond net to be used except in acquiring theiigbt-o- f ter qualifications, Ac. On the required The missing leg of the mutilated reway or in constructing said road through the a lady conditions, including ofl.incoln from Row land to the Citey Nkw cabbage at S.S. Myers'. mains of Mrs. Mittermau, who was so 'county line. may be a candidate for eligibility to the foully murdered at Leavenworth, Kas., oumy Br order of the Lincoln Countv Court, AmiI 7, received this ofllce of county superintendent of com1S00. THOMAS W. VA"RNON. Judge. New line of watclu-was found in the river .there Sunday, GF.ORGK II COOIF.R, Clerk mon schools. week. W. U. MclJoberts. THUS. D. NKWLADD, Sheriff. 13 Charles A. Renson, tho supposed inur- . m Can this be our Walker, who always Merer, has not been captured. A T. Xt.NNKt.LKY has sold to Tate A OLD Kditor Hawthorne, of the Florid't! Catron, of Someiset, his sto:k of har- seemed to be as mild a mannered man , publishes an open letter EEdTHERFORD HOTEL tools, etc. for $50. as ever cut u throat or scuttled a ship? ness, harness-makerm The Liberty Tress says. "Mr. Walker addressed to President Harrison, exi msiONlLLE ' K. Tin: younj; people are orRanizinu a Bell, charged with shooting with intent pressing his surprise ami deep Fense of club and the dear Krln will have to kill Win, Heed, w.is tried before injury at the nature of the president's P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. tennis something to further beautify their Squire J. D. Owens, last Friday, and the letter to Attorney uenerai .unier, regard u .vinc i..JNCd ,i,e ahove hotel, tefitted and re- mibshapely muscles. to accommodate jury returned a verdiet of not,. guilty, iug the absence of .law and order among furnished. I am prepared Rates reasonable tne Goodstyle . ... , in , was nr tne people 01 riuuuii. Kooms attaenva l.isery and sample 131m Tin: May county court will be held on iiiiiiieuiiueir anerwaius .ur. lien At the unveiling of a monument of the 'Hh, which is the tlrst Monday. Af- rested on a warrnnt sworn out by Win. terwards tho time will be changed to the Heed, charging him with carrying con Gen. Robert K. Lee, at Hichn.ond, V,,.. COMMISSIONER'S SALE eealed weiipons. As the jury could not May HO, there will be tpiite a large deb .. second Monday. agree Mr. Hell was discharged: the case gationpresentfro.il Kentucky and f Town Property As the breaking of an axle on a freight will probably come in again in the cir- South. The Louisville Legion has been vnluatolo Land. train, a considerable wreck wasca.ised a1 cuit court." sent n special invitation to tie present on cirmu Court w 11. Kmn urd. Adm'r, I'lff . vk Marsaret v. Ill and ether.. Dells inks Sunday night, which delayed the the occasion, and, as all expenses aie to t .... 11.. . i. UC Ulr ..! r"i rtni IliK election to tlecide whether the v. .V, And We Have JUUtiiitlll nr tin, iiaiirtiu WIK.U11 express six or seven hours and it did not be paid by the irgitua Confederates, , ' ;, , II the nboc stvied nut, siii Stanford and Turnersville precincts are pass here till 10:150 yesterday. will likely accept. . , ,. a, 1890, willing to subscribe $20,000 to the stock the Legion , a An evangelist named Yatinan has, svia nil are cordial, rf tin. fllttll.i.ltlllil IPiltlrflllfl lllll ttllltlttv (iitANii Ocknim.. You ; for the past month been Conducting II Continuins from day to dav until the tale ik com- ly invited to attend Mrs. Kate Dudder-ar'- s to be USed 111 purchasing the rigllt of eted, sell 10 the highest bidder .itpuulit outcry meeting at Kvansville with in .he -. opening May .M and :ld. The way in this county, will occur next Saf Protracted . about . id.enou.enal success. There were over .....iv,.Jv line of millinery ever shown in !... . also on Manfurd stri'et in the mere is im. Acrenof and , ", Stanford, lfeapt. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. gageu', 111 iiiisMiiiuiiiK .iu in.ihf ., s'liiiiirii , :00 conversions last .Sunday, . Ky Also the I.1HUI1 town ot Lancaster. nil7 no place where Hro. atinan will Hint a IWRM let! by John S. ill at his death, hing voters believe that poll taxes will be rais-pike, near Lanciktcr, Ky . the Stanford Hoys' Held to work in the cause of the east of hetssfeil said pike Minnixsiioito is not booming much ed to three dollars and the tax on the mainly their.better than Kvansville. Let linn stay turnpike road and contalnii.cndabout Crab Orchard 800 purchas- Acres now, but Bales are going on all tho time little property correspondingly increas- Same will be divided into tracts to suit at satisfactory prices. Arthur, West k. ed. Not only is the former statement there all summer. Owensboro Mes-e1'erms" Thef sales will be made on a credit of Co., real estate agents, write that they untrue, but the latter also. The small rlr' I 1;, 4 and V months ill equal payment' week. vsiu be reiinrt to execute bonds vsith apsold S:W,7"i0 worth of lots last amount asked can be paid in the long, proved security, pa) jM? 10 the Master hearinj: n per ent uteiest per annum Hook Fti.u Our next issue will show time given with an increase of property Iromilavol sale until paid, has. ing the force and elfect nfa nidmelit, pr'n whu h eseiution may average tax so small that the a solid page of horse advertisements Lot Qn Main gtreet in Stanford issue if not paid at maturity, and with a lien re J tie Mined in tl i ypprriv .! additional security for moro than we have ever had und as many would nanny Know 11 unless told e money ua.res. C'ontainini: the iiament of the pur carry now. In other words advantages that will accruo to the counto v in nu wis r Oarr.irdRxsiin:.Ceurt Circuit Master Cfi'r 14 td 51 Land, as the horsemen say, our book is full, ty by the building of this road are too 2 Acres man who gets in after tho next numerous and too apparent to mention pike. and the On Crab Orchard three days will have to pay double in detail. It will open up an entirely now territory with the finest timber and Also Some Nice Chairs--- 2 Rockers price. other resources, with Stanford the largIf the land is not fold it ssill be for rent, tor Do you want Webster's Unabridged l W C est town till (iallatin, Tuun., is reached. further information apply to T R or K. WALIOV ton, Stanford. Dictionary, which formerly retailed for This would naturally bring a great deal A Suro Cure for all Diseases in .?lfor almost nothing? If you do, remit you a copy of trade hero and largely enhance all usS1.7."iand wo will send property interests. The sum asked is so bound in calf, tho Ixrmtioit Journal one I wgonnand her small and the returns insured so large my havo added new, busies, my utable ie id to to livery limine. making year and the New York World four turnouts on l rt that it seems hardly necessary to say none in this section First cla vseek. ? deThe sum includes the free months. or month a c& moro than simply to call attention to notice and feeding by the day, filUKMONn. O.I livery of the dictionary to your ArlslBj from Imparities of tho Blood, and i Junction City, Ky Wo have confidence in the good HUSTONViXIiE, KY, and the oiler is open for a them. from Functional Derangements. of the people and are sure they sense z. I tp b7'lLLLLLLLLVj few weeks to old and new subAre still In the business and readv to do any will by a good majority vote tho sub"""' c; thine ill the Undertaking line. We have a full scribers alike. A number havo nlready scription, which is not n bonus, stock ot Cases and caskets 01 an kinus anu rsoues A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIM but for Our hearse, which is nearly of every detcriplion. taken advantage of the unparalleled oiler which wo are to receive stock, which iu new can be obtained on short notice. Mr. J. 11. PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. Oreen lias charge of eur business and will show The Dictionary is the largest book pub all probability will be worth even more In the corporate limits of Rowland. in our our goods to any one nerdiny auyttin lished, containing as it does over 1,000 ' II. J. OARST, Rowland. Ky. U'lt ilie For Sale by A. R. PENNY, J6 thnn par. -i ' Lo.YtiiKton and left yestonlny for liarroilsbuo; to visit f- t- out subjects for discussion. I nl ii. 1 atlvur-t.feiiienlsn- 1 wh chII b i'ir' pun Tin: stockholders in the Knob Lick M S Mji.W llusi iumIIc. r.y 6 Turnpike will decide at their meeting Are headquarters for Saturday whether or not they will build an iron bridge over llnntftii; Fork and numerous builders are expected to be t iller for ale pn alpl my Farm kn.nasthe 'lit Levtm l.umfonl pla e. nt ir the Stanf rd ami here to see about it. Lancaster piLe, ami running nearly toDix Klter, It m well impnivraJ, hat omtaimn 112 Acrea Plows Plows ! Plows Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Wk understand tho Hubble people C"l ristcrn. anil tin- laml in a fine Mate "f Call on ir ail.lin mt at Gilbert CrevV, say they will not hold the election in Ky s I. WITHKRS. Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no their precinct on next Saturday. If, they do not the railroad subscription is plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to lire to carry by a larj;e majority and my larm of ahout to acres, situ detire to do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. they will have to help pay it too .tied about if: lnlle north of Manlord nn tho Kuh llranch pike. "MiiKJ'itc the old church There re in hcat and rye; the balance Jhout 50 SoMKIlSKr, tilted both by location and . of the farm well ct in timoth Ooou ilwcllinR advantages tO become a larC CltV, has "( four room, and Litrhcn and a pledld new eu watcreu awakened to her importance, and enter narn: i immediately, anu ipnteu. ronfHionJ.on be jjiM-for particulars, '' ti ''iey. s'anfrd or ' ite theK. nnderMKneil at prising men have undertaken to uivo her Ciniintiatl, Ohio. WITHERS. a chance. he first sale of lots will occur May 20 and 21, as will be seen by the adTHE COMERCIJSL HOTEL Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall vertisement an our first pajje. mlia-i- n I'KI.NCII MII.I.IMin. Nmrlti- - in you t" Rive TV Farm For Sale. i ifr-i- Farm For Sale. 11 I i M a- - ' 1 DRUGS and JEWELRY AMP;i )!IUKr WATCH, Watch. & 11 e I j j j. semi-amiui- si Lim-olii'- s ! l ji' wv I Il-- first-ral- e ... j j ' a"'""'R -- 1 first-rat- e W. B. McBOBEHTS, Court-Hous- Courier-Journa- l, POSTED. ." 1 et MR. THOS. DAIT03ST, OF CHICAGO, . RAILROAD Turni-null- e I ' ' ALL KINDS? W.ATCH WORK Saturday, 3rd, tlrst-clas- A. R. PENNY. s j - j s Times-l'nion- m SPRING CLOTHING. tir-cl- a. ! 1 Blue-Orne- e Our Goods are Now All In U f!-- .. 1 iimi 1 .bj ' - hand-boine- st p- l.nn.,..ntr.. .... roV'Lt'osuTd' AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT - 1 Men's, n- h- - s and Children's Suits. Lijjlit and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also larjje line of Pants. FOB; 1 SALE! 1 1 Coiuinis-.inne- r, 1 tax-pay- er STAGG & McROBERTS. lia-- of DR. ELLIOTT'S 1 Medicated Food, - Xjivary Stable. i - t ?'Es3s(BBRmBSis,c post-oflic- e inM-ultv- . J. T. STJTTOIT CO. HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs 107-jn- For Sale , Z-z- Twenty Buildlnjf Lots 0. 'JVWaH I pages. Stanford, t- - s - ,' : ' j? -- rt?f WBS-w5? 9VtlKH 11 liIW WBTWWWfci .pwimi- -. wwptt$m0m , . ' r jyi, ii - Tt .1 aii.ysiaiaaaa.ai ii in - V f Semi-Week- ly Interior Journm. Armi, 21). Stanfokd, Ky., 1800 Published Every Tuesday and Friday -- AT S'J J?Klt YlCA.It.IlN' ADVANCE not so paid S2.50 will be charged." nUr-Wh-en K.C. t 5'3 P L. LOCAL TIME CARD. in , Train leaves Itow'atid at j oo a. returning & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 1 55 a m Mail tram going North South tjirm Ex "en train " South iiso"n ' " North, 37am 6,osm Fielght North Loral 5j'pn South The latter train alo carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about ao minutes futer correspoml v.is found by ' playing with a its motliiT stroking and livo ruttlesnakf. "l'itty norm! pitty worm!" iiuirmurotl the fliiltl. "Mamma, come see my pitty worm." With liorior the mother realized the cliildV danger and for a moment was piweilfMiiiUii sieeehle.s. If the reptile uere disturbed or anger-ed, her boy's peril would he doubly great. She cheeked her first impulse to run and seize him and culled quietly, "Kddie, d 111't disturb the pretty wtum, but eome and get a lump of sugar to feed it with." The child stole softly away 'from the snake and ran to his mother unharmed. She snatched him up and carried him to a plnee of safety: then she seined a club that lay near and dispatched the snnke. It had six rattles. Montreal .tar. Inxocknce In f)A.N0EB. cut w rites of a cliilil who A WALLER BENNETT. II. II. NEALE. THE FANCY SADPLK SfALI.ION, Madison County Wallace Denmark; IValrd Mat l. lS;. is art' h Mahonony bay, ic hands hiRb, Ilea v mam and tail, is sttictl) fine and fiiity; is bolii.i natural and pleasant saddler, breeds fancy and when o,metly dm en in Iwrneis goes like a troiter i Me is tail style on both sides to the third ciiri.illon.is linked b thoroughbreds on both sides, making him er mtie and sprightl) in cut . in fiinn and finish a perlei t model He was sired b Sum pier Denmark, be b l.odd.ird's Denmark, be b Gaines K ("lorn-we- ll s Driimark. he bs the nue horse, Denmtilk br bs Imp llrdtefotd His first dam wa siitnl I Sir Wallare, he by Tosthnnter's Sir Wall lie he h sir Mbuit. (lhirou(tlibi(sO d dam by ir b) Tranbs. thorough-bred- l Kinius din ( he bv the rrlcbrated Mm is Whipp, d d on a Whinp mart-liifc-rViiL-iin- Regular Wilkes! -" J Dark hai i hands high, welahl 1'ixled June, istls l WIIKTS. CI.A MamMr Ileby C.eniie Willes be by dam bt Kcdihr. nt nv Vuin mi r toman I'llsi Kegulsr ilke is as fine gwtH horse a will le fouad in the itke family He has never been haadlrd f.irsoeed but can 10 vets fast Mr will make the seasoeixf ilan at my homeiw.i miles from lliisioavilte on Dans lllc pike at I ) 1 Combination Sale ON THE FAIR GROUNDS, t(e)k's ' $10 to Insure a Living paid -- 3 0. Lien retain I p. MaresrartV n reasonable ti n.i' ditl I r a i id nts i esiapss J i.n i all nil the serso r ri-- m i - Colt. ny is N , re f I TOM ROBINSON, v n ol Ii Murt AND. iiij, K JWBmsSEt -- r. A. S. PRICED SI Rf,KO Dl NllsT Office on Mam tret over W 1!. M. Roberts Dr. is st ic Manferd. I A man who wnteth for a newspaper is of few days and full of giief. He lis-et- h in the mornini: and knoweth not what the day will bring forth. If he telleth all the news he runneth the risk of vetting an ear put on him, and if lie tiSZzr&Z-?"!1- '2E3fe W i1la Denmark j'.ovr istdam bj Mil his Irr s thrnaiark, hrb the rur tior-- r ' (!ier , id Mum lrk)nse; ;d dam I') Vonik-oiiir- r . I nil broil I Id d in ..I i . mil ,i i dam by Old llvention. Tom o a due shaped hsirs ! blai k with his manr nail lnl,iS haads bitjh :',OH s, It Id aim is a natural saddler and has prosen bunttlfa H rNHH.D fain , breeder. I lie abos losk will irake trie season of ly at llteionl t n. and sirs' ol Kobla j u1 St nesiilli i so ami (4 dam of K lerrnre fa.mll ii s farm S mle s from IIusionille. near I arpeti t r s st.itjon. and will be permlurd to sets mares i ilera by IMmont .in a ji ta tin- - h ami sraml b) the e. Mis iifim idjim by lines. mn ta the list and ',, -- Hedliht 5322, i.' nl. tt Wallaco atSIS; Tom atSIO DENMAItK IaEXBI.L.. on ..f i C. L. C1ROW Has leased one ol the uMft at Ten. traik and will ruu a general -- e A I'arris Breaking and Training Stable. reasonable yr prirm e to He has had sullicient exnert in the business and hi rate-wi(Jive luri a hare of -- .ur patronage. make nun an he vert I. M. BRUCE, L1VEST, SALE AMD FESD STABLE, telleth not the news the people say that he i.si n. g. and there is no enjoyment for him. The crafty man cajoletli him into giving him a oOcent pull' for a .Vccnt and fond niotheis frown on him if he faileth to Hatter their freckle-facebroods. And all his ways are ways of woe, and his days nre full of sorrow. The life insurance man tackleth him and the tree peddler ami book agent layeth snares for him. and on the whole he hath a great time. 1 d Richmond, T WayMay 1,1 Eelmont, Onward, Wilkes Boy, Almont, Wallace Dersnark, a handsome coll, ri Imr yre and isf royal Iskwd. w ill b ued pnsalcly. sikIi (nramitlvd to m cait and brecsliM will Grass lumlsbesl receise m persssttal alteation at res.stn.Vilc rates in be paid Inrbelore r mosaic! N i responsibilits k lor ani.lents .t stoi I'artinf wriib sto. k forfelis insurime iml milt-seas.I s '.l I I (. AK I'l S I I K due ni 1 xraMsns- - M i dam by prnvmi black Itawk f.aaeW, issrnnl v. bs Kisdrk's llam'b-toniai- i, Ham Jtiliiin Jtachrar. by iWli's A mem an star , w ill make the .eastm M at W Knllicht law-Mosk rrnt. i , miles ta Mtrtht Citi si .1 tat $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. - W V. V I Shells C its K ihi n a i "NiriM.D si i i i"V Vatican, Abdalbrino, Idol Wilkes, Arthur Sims, 3041, Harrison i Chief, 11 Jr., - h j the mi l asoti in a f. r( U -a lawyer, seveial politicians and a mer Vandal Wilkes, met in a hotel, wheie the nature chant, 4 Pretender, AK IHI It MNs, ..,i of the organization was explained. It is "! stallions tepistnud ..', nd olher designed as a mutual consolation society, lis l.ea Knot, re, rd t, with inn i in clns. a.d so in i is vla.s (.en Kisos ny Vermoa membei-slii- p and any man to be eligible to' Hem, 141, dam DaaEbterwf tthnf Sims' it 31. II. bhy dum. l.asft Aithur is by llourlmn ( hief, strc Will make the present ea n ,.t ro place 3 mill must have been engaged ami the .Maud s and many other good oa and I east of Lancaster on the Richmond pike awl will engagement must have been broken KK HMtiND. k Cruaader Me ss a haftsi out of Lilly Aithur, insrourhbrn' be permitted to serve mares .it Mr W If Wilson of ( (nthisna. K ssmae hay ift, basxls hlsji aad has pros en himalf sol.' a by the fair one. The constitution reenmbtned f4dmc, a full htvihvr ..f IUiiit. in a nn nrtimtr Will laid at W , for Ji,oo, alse sold iwootheis .1 li.yjo $10 to Insure a Living Colt, quires every man to shun female society Jr Abe lleaakcr sdd another comKined eldin; $20 by the Insurance. colt sinks Money due when the yuu an rr the breed of this Inir-at all times, and a violation of the rules is moir ..M.1,1 jllr Ikati jn. ...kr .tilll. . .I. . . Tommy Wilkes, J r , is a beautiful bay , io hands is punished by expulsion. il urn I ( .c, irk nil meal) My fine laik. The men apHirer-- , Keller piue- - than .m uther stallno. a. ir Old Krurl stsle and action He a high and has splendid W A NIK) I tl., M" nost i44 hands hiyl sired b Ln le' Imp. Jacs sired by Letcher's Tommy Wuke. he by Harrj pended their names to the consitution and out of a splendid in ud will make trie season Standard Wilkes, record j i.Vi! "e by Gcorire Wilkes recand iSyo at rn .sletmisoiilaa, one ol ike t oreel sons the Ilinnlle stable llr of and related their experiences. f. aled May. i8ts. Itrowu Horse, ir ord sa, the greatest sire of all itallions the Kisdtks llamhlmoman. basiut: for his I sire of i'Is. pikes at First dam l old Stonewall J.ickon. lltaiynlh hv uluMeer, second dam Clara t s.tnnf. nl and I'jimli ai.d U S1KHD RIK.S.I. , more good saddle horses than any other stallion 4aHi nl Daaui i and the stte of I his I. lie saddle The highest point in the Mate above i !,iin ill make everybody be l"( Hisd.im was known by as-(I nil broirter to King Krne isi, in Kentucks Director i 17, I'hallas 1 ii, and $8 to Insure a Living Colt. season pis. t at , ihe torn or as the old Wm I.usk marc the sea is Pound (.Jap, in Letcher county, ta 1st dam Lady Welch) W nuam Walsh, site Forrest ? v,, sun vf Mmosi i dam uy Almont m lies I ifei' - llisir mi e sd a 'S and Jeremiah colt stands good lor the sen ire The in ol I'rmcc Impertal Mares paitid with CONNI which is 2,o 12 feet. The next highest falls due - tn jo, (,i iman 1. II i dam an labred Wagoner mare Thss horse ion $20 to Insure a Living Colt. j dam by (Jarrard (.hinl, airs of Basil I take il)) tain 41 per ent ol the nld horse II) sdyk's Dam point is at Proctor's Hap, in the same ; damb (iry lUtst llanur's sse W as) anal bletoaiaa No in, the launder ! t'ie Kiaalest not ling fimilv the world has eser known, (oursias; STUCK BROOK he King 1. bs S,4 King , he bs da 'I ime. r MX. county, which is 2,000. The lowest lastly Divis t it'. 30M. through his sens from liannels vi different by s,in all J.fMi. he bs W ashincinn in point is at Hickman, which is '2M feet. ( 4am f Haul Duke etropdilan luatk, he bs Games Denmark ; he hi the 4 dam k) CappeihoitiNn. care Kysdk's Mambletoniaa, olualeer, e SIASON OF tSpo f. a'cd April .'th u.id W ilb mi Welsh Il.iy stallion, i0 hands Lexington is i4( feet, Louisville 41s feet, rare horse Denmark it dam mil A aud ' U KIN, Lancaster dam bj Cop. I. 1S86. His isi d.m by (.ray I acle, Doland s (.rsrger. he by Jewel, hv bs Wash n I'RNCK is a born, af s;ral natural speed, basing following i"i" e slallmT will maki the The Frankfort, at the steps of the Capitol perliotiom, ,Vc Hevasired by Mtssenger Chief, made a record f t t6 third hen' at j years irid aixi tun Denmark Grander isl dam hv MiKhlsndsi, ol Danville. K at my farm, mil'" Messenger , Clnel, Id dam by Oilier. 3d dam by ttoadpri err building, is o('0 feet, Winchester MM and JriOrby; McssenKer Jennie sire 01 Maud jddani by osera erj slow track Thss is is mark of his lltl FAN( s,ADDI V STAI.I.IDX, Elmo i 10, a 1st dam he King's d dam the premiom mare Klhe iy speed, as he has shown InaU in t i and ciururs jd dam by Mainbtinn Chief, Mt. Sterling li.'JO feet. These ligurcs are Mambrino w aniurler's asey, son of llerlhane, who was s a cry hands ,th dam bj Imp Napoleon, tth dam b) tempest, in j4 seconds, turn is rale ol ir thoroughbred Mm of Abie Caineal, Ihe dam of th limited afu r taken from a:i excellent little book of the rjth dutn by Tiger; ;th dainty Darnahy s I)n seme and blood like, andwurked sersing a rerord noted r. e horse I c siasetstn fur a fast number of mares will be bj sith Cannon's I he Kins U a blood by with nV one hind . y '. anil Muttii- II altitudes of the State, recently compiled inedejMhdain bv Jlessenjer Whip; was dam ny Wiih the blood nl Hatiikletoniati, Maaibrino Full brother to Geneva Chief Slnpp s Paragon sued srhllr and snip in fsie, gnd mane and tail, jro- I . I' all venr- r Chiel, I'llot, Jr , and lalia I qrrest, aud as treat l ,.! n lliH.illih Hilnl ilI ittn. Mtnibrinn ks ne and cttra style and has by Mr. J. 15. Hoeing, the typographical ", out his e.p 11 mule a jtrrai Will make th season of iS.y.at our stable 'J mile an mtiiMduo.1 a. br U hr :, MAMURINO is.t; liner llv AllDAI.LAll sired Maud Ac d dam by The Klas stands if, hands lugs k t(nk hof,e W from Milledtesille, incoln louaty Ky . on Ihe as a saddlar ffnn t dant K"lla tonkin- - b Old Octoroon , ,4 engineer of theGeological Survey. Ken- .IessenriMRhrinobelChief. Marsel.rf Man, , , , ,, i6'.. v , M k bv Avant's Ahue Ithe sin of Stanbfi1 and Milltdsesillc pike, at a dam Mollle Winfi Itobert H, record 1 ,5. trial m ninK a 16', ami Nora G - xs la these poslijires ynu will And royal brcedn tucky Trades Journal. William Sini-rlv00f .Stanford. Kj , at 11 , and othir fast one. sulli ludisidual. Abdallah Mamnrinibv Almoin i $20 to Iusure a Mare in Foal, and in theoe asvd - .as ysya will see so none Sf o Abdallah Pik t was sired by Alexander'- - Vbdal rate beauty brredres sexotsd dam l.vd dam of L.ulv M.ijolna :; n Ilimvn i There is to be a dance in the White lah;istdnm llljndina bs lambrino Chief He $30 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Orjiyb) the season, jsnr mates whet lltey will he nnipcrli c ned ( Chief sired I'ickard iSJ, Ked Jim and others l C.I SNDID(.I 2 tlam Fsinnv lv lien Franklin, House, the lirst one ever held there. Mares purted bdallah (sire of Kysdyk'sllam Alexander's Inrfcit nsuramc Mares kept Money due when mares, parted with Mare jilam Nain.1' h Sj Wcimir no rrsp.Misililn bletonian, sire of Dexter i;yl sired (loldsmitli at reasonable rates, fr f. Kraied orany at reasonable prues Not respon led President Hanison favors the scheme Maid who turn sired cape or acildrnts sible for aisidtnt should any osrur i: Maj' r F.dsall Terms. $40 for the Season, and has proclaimed to a waiting world Robert McGregor 17, sire ef lkwic Midrcsor mane is a (It Kd(ehands boautilul red h s.Miel, das, Sepl t i6K,Ac, Ac aad tall if inches hif , was f.led bt. Eltuu, rei .rd v. was sired by Vlesander's With usual return pr.siteses to mates not pros in: that he himself will trip the light fantasa perfest saddle horse i, iSr, and is Imp. In in I'M n as a year (ill Kdgce was showed last tic on that auspicious occasion. What a Vbdallah, dam said the be b) of the llellfoitniler.Ac. Mambrino Chief, sire second dam of old and look the sweepstake premium at Kirks st 1,1 gf sight that will be the president's short Messeuscr Chief, Jr sired the grout Lady lharlic Wil hi own linn at llarrodpermitlrd to sille and Dansllle and in jt GRERYILLE SMITE, i8l,aiid Mambrino I'atchen; who in turn ired ' .n. bur Those lm want tn breed l a Ki.el saddle legs and his turned in toes twinkling l.omlon j .v u and lias t s others in n and better tjln.i.hh, f siallson ate lordwlly InslSed to kk at our horse r m Wj Sired h 1". n. u...y ,t ,, .ircolNeli SlKhD l!V C. 1 CLAY 18 Wikes i'y, Karalso sired through the mazv waltz! Can theie be andWilkes 18the dams ofliuy of 15 other- - with $10 to Insure a Living Colt. and sec him 1' Diek likeII Nd . irul on j' tn. and the dams Me was sued hy hecund Jewel, he hy CuHnniL' 10. Kli( I'rlosky trial Dam the dam ul (.'limine S Km; lluskden is a bright Im, without any w hue ril, Dai- - year o.d trial 10 and live iy. Mi any poetry in those grotesque nethei records of v and belter ism's Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark rr l.ou, re hj u urstalde is 15' hands hitfh. hne inane and tail, of hue i Me will stud ihtsvasonof is, Ilia lirsi dam Minnie, by McDonald's llaborn. hair shown trial- of limbs, even poetry of motion'.' Here is .11 C F. Cla lis Caliban, iliuu Soprano, dam f Turnrr-Mllat tion and is natural saddle horse dam by smut son, whii h is erta.nly o,,rl. Itrr (or in last c sd dam hv Wells Crusader hss ., year iiy.rniid dam Abbes, iIhih ol to be an event where the amateur pho-- near wuisderlul He is hy Silser Kin.tru. xrcal premium rsirse, wall Jackson, he by W ashinitivn si ill a 3 list, j Denmark, be by i in 91, l!t by Imp lluckden sd ny I rusader, Macs jieamark, his $10 to Iusure a Living Colt. 1st dam by kd dam by I'llinore damilnsore Denny'sa Okl Whip: ad dam ahist di Mountain mare he bj slallmo with liiuiitd oppolunilH-s-jSw. by(.n W ,l.r Gri'iiviile will be limited to ten approved mires tovrrapher would he forgiven. I Will, DrcHoon. ij, sue of llarr, Wilkes was Korky j is1. Red Wilkr. 1. I. .d i'nnee Wilkes . ,,, Me was by jt 'lie vei) low price nl real shmv horso la his day , M.N, MAD1MIN" SAMHtX.h William ( W hip and out of u mare hy I' rank, thoro siiv.it Aslel. t year ild reioi.l K A (( It Mllledfeslllr, Ky. old for Ji"t iso .nil i lie ui, li,,rse that st.n runners in the neighborhood of Hutch oughbred $50 for the Season, al yi.oootlii. sea 6 J'KM I. A KAKKIS. Stanford inson, Kas., propose to salt thecaith this 10M dam .Iwalane dam nl Msad Mrsseiif't With tin same torn privilege isaliv. I ir 1. by 1. silo Hrr, .11c of 1'earl j (.., .1, spring for the purpose of, increasing the rass at .'l-i Marcs from a of I'earl M edium j a. T7IJ iSMUS a A month II a and j;rsiii if desiKsl at A rf a yield of crops. They will buy crude Kitty Kixrs ' i.m -- w asiu sOUdV-isEhY ord a on loa 114. nf1,lleriie i.irl. . rules I'ain'st iki n I., avoid ,i. liUim- - ,vc but nut U mjU his trotting and c mbmed stallion v Ales.n. rr Hinl scatter it over their the present season at Dr. 1' W Logan's by the ins "C or tnible Abdallah, ir of (. Idsuillh Maid Ii. it ..al ,nnls (stundard Ki le K A A' SMI HI DuiimIIi ,t of Millcds-edie on turnpike road leading to i 41, Almont, llelmonl. At fields. They expect to get some remarknl hi, j Is I bird dam by Ked Stanford. Jas kel sire f tin ditnnt Ilia, s t.llllOO , h if able results. Waterloo , and Ibe Description and I'edizrec Kentucky W likes slaml end dn r, rd 1 mi,, by A (.. ol Mauu s rk ni kiii i i iir.n. ard bred, blai k 17 hands luli, i.igh- Wilkr. a Laura c Luie ( istel ir 100 Suet.4 ml (i more m t) e o list. Bucklen's Arnica Salve a TV,, Combat jsire of Mr own a . maKNiflcent style and as turn aud i a sure fnal aad W ill W obiirn Maid, ly Woloirn ,1 1st dam U '1 lie best salt e in tile world fur. cuts, bruises, iri dam 111 olande' dam o o( uba, ir ord t 3$. j Mbkl Kd Wilkas isire of Pnnc Wilkes 1, ' Keller; his ppieenv lomloiini spied and first-be dam of I arv cr, t ij1 I..M1 Hy .Nutwood, I. sir, sores, ulcers, salt rhum, fever sores, tetter, chapHe has a rec rd ti to la s saddle iiialities Phil Thoafpsnn a io. dti hy Comet, son otsi,, Standard under Rules 6, 7 and 8. anil dam by a Maoihrit o hor-ped hands, chilblains, corns and all kik cruD man Morjran. it.itn oung J'ortia, lie Is by It.chcliei , he by Main brino Chief, lie id dam by Mambrinu MesseiiKrr. Only first-class been formed at Wilmington, Del. A SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL bought and sold. dozen well known young men, including travelers. Horses and mules horsesand vehicles STANFORD, KY. A society of disappointed lovers has ill f Bud Crooke, Yazoo, Hylas, Wyandotte, sundar I 5526, I 01-- $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, s n.1 and ail r l I ill nol br allow e.1 u mares mat are not rejnlar brueders toov ,' when the oil comes, mans sold or iranalerred - until paid fi r lien will he held on all 11 V 1 It- ued in Iiery Tommy Wilkes, Jr. f2 t s. i II make I he o milrs Ian fisiol i stanlord pise where lhr willfiom found o he easier t at au Iitm rr. luari- cre I he a' r c i;iill lt e.l ai 'Mplrs, i.i ! -- will i For Catalogues, apply to ARIU'CKLE, ! -l) Des, tiptK n ani I'edijiee -- llainaon ( bi.l. Ir is a lesl sorrel , stand. hands 3 lathes in heijii. 3 years uhl tr-i-s spring h biif tail and mane is by Harrison C bi.t, he by lurk Chitf, tht sii nf I dy I home 1 s dam I ute, I be dam ' llauker j 1 be dam of llairisnl Kiel, Jr a soli. 'I W a, Ion'- - M.mbriuo he out of a aiai he Alesander s Abdallsh, d un. by Misrulu, he l.v (lid I etington , jd dam bs suwhan 1 I01 I tall Mill. Ds.y .Miikuii;. ,t(' dam Ctmliet. (tb dam by llaltotn, nthdaio bi Wri .' I' "William Lyle. ! octw-eIlu-ton PEUCE. d.. , I , I lar-- mm lUci.-mr- rl THE e KIISTG I i -- Jay-by- e I n-i- 1 - J; G-over- 's Messenger. l I 1 1 I 1 south-ea- st Quinine S., 11048, - 1 Mcs-tner- r, I ) .." , GILT EDGE! - s . - ,c( I 1 a- I is-l- 1 1. 111 1 111 I KIITG BUCKDEIT I MlUl-f- l , sea-- BREEZE 1 WfLKES! ,1 , - 1 - 1 I w 1 . it. I . 1 1 1. e 11 - 1 1 I Moat-Ifomer- I 11 1 I l-- I t i i v WATERLOO. I s i- 1 car-loa- d flaula... , AQHS' x mA w . w. A I U, Ml. 11yy. .1 , -- 1 -- k 11 I - LA2T0ST, 7871. S f I - 111,1- - 111.--' I , I j 11 - 1 i i,-- ll I V J. 1 U- - 1. ( I 1 e I lii tatnr in i'retenui:r. anj .. 1 ,t .1111 11.1K. by Haniblel' nan Mii-....bj Hdsvin boiri-- i Slrvn .' u . 1'.II m.vbhh .. . us Mainbn i I bo IJi Id' t 111.1111, sire A Fit record 1 17' t, and in ' i -- ol si C.oud, record 1 11 front heel and Note .unit, bri n wilh riKSit Jlay (, 'in hind puMcrn wliii. foaled colt. Iiijhie' his finished .ndscito md vvrv t) lisli m' 11b ureal musi ular potr: hi l(f and feet i ,rr j,o... is oprn and trapp) and his . is lam, idinu excellent I'relviKler Dictator, shewed a iuiU and is by sire ot quarter in jj mi trotters whose average speed i roalcr than anv r three sired by utlu-- stallions Ills dam is wellJireil djuglilcr of I .iimmn d, son ol liaiiiblctsalualde horse. maH.andhe shoul I make .1 He will stand Son of H.imb'Clili. dam Luriy K01 kaMler I'V Am. an Mar M dam llu) Ko . Winoaa by Altnont bs l.inrowtjod. piles, or no par requir od l ( is KHuraiiicou iu Kist, ierieci sausiacsior, muaey reluaded I'rice s conts per bo or Kor sale by A. K. Fennv, Stautord, Ky trans and positively cure lii 11 s ' 1111 1 1 lisai-ti(M- 1 he transition from lon, lingering and iiaiafiil sickness to robust health marks an epoch in ttc iiidmdual. Such a remarkaMe event life e is treasured in the memory and the atfein v whereby the Kood health has been attained is gratefully Hence it is that m mush is heard in blessed feel that praise of lictrn ll.tters c their restoration in health to the use ol the If you are troubled Great Alterative and rum with .my disease of Kidneys, laser or Stomach, of nmj; or short standing you will surely And relief by use of I lectnc Hitters Sold at 50 its and ii per bottle at . It Penny's Drill! Store I 1 tin-so- Epooh I by Wainhnno 1'ayrr.astcr.he b Mambrino. ha by Imp Messenjcr first dam Helm mar by Kay Messenger; he hy Harpimis; Ise by Hsmbletonian; he by Imp M esse over; id dam lied Hird by Cannon W hip, he j by Blackburn's Whip ha bv Imp. V) hip, he hy Saltram. daa bv Herod; 3d dam a thoroughbred Bay Messengers dam Dsonsede. ma re by Imp Messenger mare and lit j waaoutof a full blooded Imp Kockinchani g Kichelitu was the most fashionably bred horse in Amcriiauiid tlsw wnner of more Kcn- premiums and purses than any other h rse tuckv. W aterljk.'s dam by Halm's Norkshire: he hy Imp Yorkshire, dam by Weisiger's lllsruar; id dam by Ko- - lib, Vj dam the noted roan mare owned by Jt Helm and ilierward b) N I Lee. W.iterl will stand at I trot-Min111 1 ire ot M Jul CDs 11.', eti ; 1st dam Miss .Nodinsr by Ifam moad, soa ol Potter's Clay ; nl dam M all'a Mar dam of Artillery a nH, and MnaWaty a so. by American Mar. 11. yd dam bv Rertraad Woburn ui. bv llauiblvtonian. i" 1st dam Miss Conk, , hy 'lucgraph ,oi, and dam, the 1001 b 5, -- t'astelar, ilunleer. daiuollieo Kiur I l.d llarlow will stand at my st.,',1,', J', Jttiil. Irum stand rd on the new White Ouk and Dis umpikc, near Duddcrar's Mill flam of Hymen. od record t 17. record ta EngDam of Child Haroln, land 404 ('.rand dam of Cnnnaughl sireol C'h.nm.ar 1 (rand dam at uba ?', Hy MAMIIKINO CHIKr.sIre ol Lady Thorn record iVt- 3 Dam Portia, br RdKHUCK. two-mile 1- V( Dam of Voltairt sire ol Hessemar Ikim of fnrtMm s is, (sire id Minamata 1 1 7,; iV, 4 liamby WIIIPI. Fourth dam an rstra fast mare, sui i 1, of Abdallah and Messenger blood Petotay ,m, by (ioarg Wilkes a tn, hr-- t .1 ., Faaaie dam of .Nellie O'Neal s in.. Katie lacks,. 1, , ,f,H, trial ig at tears. ,1.1 i.,. , Charley, trial at years old a yo and 3 ntbei . 11, could trot lose to , liy Iron's Cadmus, - t. Ai Pocahontas , .l! make Ihe HKE1.K Wll KM iNon at m plai S inile.lrom Maiilori!. K, Rush Beans h pike at ,1 !, , iti, .... At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. I will also jive i io piennnm for lite best male coll and Jr. S" lor the best horse ndt of l.d Har low's get to be shown in Manfor'i the first Monday in Uitooer., 10,1. aish my young jai k, I Tb alioe rerord is no measure of his speed ; we capesl htm to go under so Ihi Fait. AZOO will make the seasoa oa the larsn of W 5 Hume A Co., Silver Crack. Ky.. mite from Kn hnioad on the Lancaster turnpike, $25 to Insure a Mare in Foal, MeHHsy due a hen Ihe fail is ascertained ur with. CHAs Dl N.N roar-part- sr At Ton Dollars to Insure. Messenger Chief, .!!-1 Jr. Mini-brino sr A Frt'iicli paper sn ys of ti recent mur Gol-duder: "The miscreant wits evidently in, st; bcaich of money, but Mr. Diiiand luid J'aranon, 1.1'. R "S M LSSKNO F.K CI Standard, Ko pruilently deposited all liis cihIi in the bj Wraiont.Jr. dam by Imp 81 tbian dam this young roadster stallion is an inbred (initi liank and consequently lost only liis by Homier Gray Kale i dam dust. Foaled in April, lN- - Is h.iv, lull bauds ..by Oustntt's 'I elKgrapli life." 4 dam eedy an d unexcelled in style, action, finish ami e lis position Vermont, Jr , by Vermont: ilam by Olner Mes- A Lady in Texas WrlteaFull brother to Lstelle. trial i iAi. Cnriiiue, tenger Cluel, br , prwluceil tin- lollowuij;- Maul My ease is of Ioiilt standilis, has balllrd many x car old trial a 3I and Monlro.e, the speedy and ib'i. Abel mW, M.irel j s, llessie Messenuer II j 35K- Manning phy.icians; have tried every remedy I tould heal premium colt 01 'Bt. Sired by Zltcaadi Golddusi us io't, Kolicrt M. 30, Morgan Closby - - , i 'Minis hitfli in Has sialhou fo weighs 13(0 pounds tine tjlf and well galled. MF.nSENGI.k CHIl K iS 3. by SIHKD Abdallah i'llot n II I nomlirktdam own sister to fit .1 ly- as, aire ol Scott's 1'hom.is.rei.ord Messenger; ad dam bv Mambrino Chitf, td damliylmp Napoleon- - 4th data by 'leuipest, sth slam by Tijjerj eth ilum hv Da'naby's Diumrsle: 7th ilam by Caniinn's Wbfpp- 1th dam h Shipp's cre Ill oldest colts art. coming The Pulpit and tho Stage. Will graze marcs at 10 eeni. per day aad will Kcv V. M Shrout, l'jslor United Slates llreth-I will also stand at the same pl.o c hv take airpossible care, hut are nol responsible fat my fine Jack, will serve a few ikm! marrs ai tomsuri Church, Hlue Mound, Kan., says ,th 01 ji.ulrtits or escape. "I leel it llig con joe-- isareu talk, 1 yeursold the my duly to tell what winders Dr King's NuwDis-coturlast October. He I ii i4 Hands nigh and ol line s H KN'X.M A CO enstyle aad action. IlredI bv I'cyton hmkrec.of I. in has done for me My lungs werj biully diseased, jud in) pansliioiuT- - tliought I iinilo coin count), and has a double irossof Jim I 'otter Use niilv a few weeks I took five buttles of Dr. At SlO to Insure a Livini; Colt Mniies due-- at is lien retained on on an eons nil tnu season is Kind's N'ew Discovery and am sound and well. wcHninjj tmii or when mare is parted Willi Me Is paMl. Mono) due when the colt comes or marc a brown jack with white points, 8 years old in June iwrled with C Sl'OONA (IRK, o;ainini; a iiuimds in weight." yrtini-i.osand lull 15I, hands high I low as sired by Aiken's .Manager i.ncs runny roik Stanford, K 3 jm ... .1:. IH..-- 1. tT: i,i..ii. Combination, writes "Alter a tnorutiili truil rsinu i..ii? lie isi uuiti iiiusw iinani 1... in rsiou i mini and 1011 viiKini; evidence, I ainconlidentth.it Dr Satin Jcniiet. she was sired by K1111; I'lullip; ad will stand at my stal les al Mi Kuiney Ihe Ills Jjc-e-. lor Consumption beats 'em dam by Morccasile. he li Jim P. rler, Kinu s Ncu Uiscosery"...- -. .1 .,. .. a stasor 01 , two llorsi- - an threejai-kf. tinenrecder number of liis se Ihe has proven .Ill, ami iiircswneii csersiuiiiK greatest kindness I can an iny many thousand tolls have soldfcr ;on at weaning time Money due when the dl - foaled or mare parted if lends is to urse thum to try it " Free trial but Regular sizes with Lien retained till money - paid ev .it A tt Penny's DriiK Store Illack Stallion m Hands High, I oaled S P I.OGkN. Owner. jj i ts and Ji.ai. SIltKD II V L I.K WII.KKS tj8. II) Gill's erniout, the pedigree of dam unkuow 11. s 11 y 1. m $15 to Insure a Living Colt, JOE ESVJBREE, At S40 to Insure. - I(eCIKili)MII!ji): IStatidarri stallion, hind ankles white, f.uled in by Messenger llreee. full brother to MaiiJ l oV,'. First daw I ady Messenger nearly full sister ti Maud Messenger 1 int.) bv Abtlallali Messenger, sire of the Pnce horse, trial j jo. and other L'ood ones Set mid dam Kiiri Jane (dam of Maud Me, see gera 11'. by (.entle Itree.e, sir ot a to dam of Pearl Medium a ay I bird dam Kilty Rivers dam uf Ilertle Girl j 37 hy Alexander's Abdallah, sire el (.uldsmitli M.ud i 14 Rosalind 1 ail), &c. Fourth dan by Red Jacket sire of the dim . rveniuckv v likes j ai", and tile second dams of So So i 17!, I.iaie Wilkes a aK. Laura Ilelle J7h Combat site of llrowti 118 and Willums of Prune Wilkr. a 14K f.?iS'..Ked Phil I hoinpson a ibU, Ac ) b) Cornel, son of Si.eJ. Ma) Iesi-.ifc(e- STEVE WALKER, 1 e, l- 2 Horsesand 3 Jacks. 1 1 s 1 Inin-clf- STAR WILKES. ',rl I 1 i7. REUBEN VERMONT, WATERLOO, JR., 1 1 .1 - - 1 1 - )$. .Messonjer t.irl i 30 3'4, Kathenne "s b Msssenjer j 14 1'retty Ilelle 2 8, Messcuiccr Chief. Jr . i the sire of Nannie U , howed a6 tunes and won 5 lilue ribl4ins Will Kite says he thinks lie - the finest show marc 111 Kentucky. Messenger $15 to Insure a Living Colt. I 1890 at Clue', Jr , will tn ike the season l I will stand at S10 to nsurc a living colt. A lien will he retained on co ts until the seasoa ""I'heauove horses ami jacks will male the present season at mylfarm two miles Sou h ofbtan-for.- 1 Two Very Fine Mule Jacks, Which also hae Ky,oSoiJcr.c,nk5ciMAN. isl dam Kate, by Gill's v crino.it 104. jd dam Illack Kmily. hy Holm's Yorkshire. 3ildim Little Kmily, by Wagnur. 4th dam Kmily Speed. hy Imp Levlanthan. by P.icolcl 3th dam Lylc Wilkes 4658, sue ol Dauvdle Wilkes, i.rj, Chief jaoK, Konju j'jiyc,, Mnltle Wilies fy.. 1(1 1. 11111 v likes 1 as, 1n.11 ',, u (icorgeby Wilkes1, a jj, 1st dam by American Clay 14, Mumbruio Chief II ; 3d dam the dam ol Kricsson a 10U George Wilkes 310. j 11 sireol 60 Performers 111 1 jo, more than any stallion living or dead by Hamilloniali 10, sireof 41 performers in 1 v. dam Vermont rot, hut llradfield's Female Regulator is all ilia 4400 (by Golddust 130, by Henry Clay 8 . , and Johnston 10 Co forj er related to MaudS elieved me Write The Ilradlield Gill's Vermont 104 sire of Homier Hoy 1 at, old stalthan any other stallion the first iirther particulars, bold by all Unionists lllaek Maria 3 mile ic ord 33. the dams "of 'I lie lion to trot 111 publii as fast ai. a 15. sire of Kitigj ios., that sold for hiirpriic. Count Wilkes dam of Rosalind Wilkes the fattest mare of a . ...a,.. s likes LIQUOR HAB elte,Wilkes ftimil), record a tV, Whirlwind a 34, isue--54i (.ambelt.i llra.lshaw1 w, .Nelley I., a ail. -. DRUNKENNESS-TH- E the i j a arK and several othCol. boldilusl 3 aj',4 Kstellc a ! IT-- 7n ami) all tho World there Is but one ers I n Hit 1.3. list; by Dow ning's Vermnt-M- .n of Dam Florence, dum of Kaitolle ;suvj, hy (.olden Illack Hawk euro, Dr. ilalnoa' Golden Specific. 5 isl dam by Hurt key's Columbus. Mingo Chief, son of Gaff's Comet klurgau STAR WILKKS is fine tailed and as hand-- j It i an be given in a cup of tea or cotTce without pirloriniisliave a lnm Over 300 of the a some a colt as you can find In ihe Wilkes family. (mlddiist and Morgan blood the knowledge rf the person taking it, elTcctiiij; a He speed) and permanent cure, whether the patient Dorses Golddust will make thu present season ill trot has never been handled Inr speed, but will fast when handled. He will make the season is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. iu plaie js, miles troni btunlnnt on llustuiisillc-pikof iSoout mv place 3 miles from Stanford on ibe--I Thousands of drunkards have been cured who at Danville pike at have uken the Golden Specific in their coifee believe they without their knowledge, and to Living Colt. quit drinking of their own fice will. No' liurmfu-ette- ct J815 results from its administratian. Cures Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. Marcs kept on reasonable terms. Personal .vten-tioMoney due when colt ts foaled; lien retained 011 ' giteu, but not res pousiblefor accidents. O A. LACK BV .Stanford, Kv. dicsi in confidence Goldrn Srgciric Co., 183 colt ' P. KCID. KacrStreet. Cincinnati. O. 5 7 am Oorsey ui ' - Iti-j- io-SW- Ci-t- ir .' I.. i- 111 e j y $20 Insure a guar-fantce- to Insure Living Colt. n aterloo that has a record man Moriraii. Fifth .In m an Pklra last mare, BNposed In be of nl i jo and Is suud.ird bled. Sec pedigree ol Logan's Waterloo Abdallah and Messenger blood Messenger llrccae. by Messenger Chief, sire of Waterloo. Ir's isl dam by Levi Hobble's old Maud Messenger j i6', K.iiherine S t mU c,. Stonewall Jackson Reuben is over 16 hands high, dark hay and a llradsliaw 2 aoVj-- Abel j . .ar,c a ,8, Jake fine breeder of good horses lor all purposes and Ham Llua Jane, dnm of Maud Mcss.iiger a lou. wil mind at bdallah Messeugei bv .Messenger Chief, sire Messenger 16'. a Mare in Foal. ot Mauddam Susie bva Sentinel $G to , sireol Von rim a iq4, Viyandiere full briber .. WaletliHi, Jr . is a very dark brown, or lilatk, Anum ol oliiniecr, fine mane and tail, compactly formed, full 10 dam Kitty Rivers St. Julien an)i,&c. Second (grand dam of Maud Messencer nanus inch iiiKii. fine style and attloti and a fine hy Alexander' in Abdallah. I hird dam br pnxlucer of combined horses perlectly kind in Will stand at K;'m" on'i.ierman .Morgan disposition and a sure foal filter A cros.es of Hamblelnnian, 4 ol Mamhrino Chief ft .Morgan. nl Mare in Foal. Pilot. Jr, sireol Iheofdams ot MaudS.Pilot f a- olto ao8K r.ye-Sc- e a 10. &c He has n,,,,.. ........ other horse to Maud Messenger a t6i, or Ibaii any -- Also three good young- other horse hua 111,1 a n,i4 irotirr Kindred will make the season of ij'vo at mv ALL place ut - ear old at Two a years old past, at $0, and colt is $15 to a Mare $8. Season duo whencolts farfoaled. Foal, the teuson money. Lien retained on alt Mares kept on reasonable terms, but no liability Money diiuwhon the fuel U nscerml.il.l nr for accident. j iwneH with. cilAS. DU.N'X, Stanford. Ky J W. G1VIJKS. u W Hy Dr P W Logan's w,'l' t'e "J; ,,f Insure ml, 1 H $8 Insure a ,i...'.. JACKS WELL BRED, 4- Insure in y s t' YjT g