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NO. 19 MATTERS. Itotli Housoh have whippinjf-piw- t naiod tlu hill nt .lobu has Btn-f'tpun-haied M. Uittginbotham. Paint I.irk. of Mis. rviiilimla James Palmer was hanged t Con- - for tin providing n and tramps In M- of vaHntuM i mil county. On Ine m iln.iliitv devolvine. ioii it T. S Senator, tin boyWa- oteloctini; ............ i.ii oviiimlixl lifter '.' .....1. 1. I'll. I tin I'.'th, but tlicii tlu litis wore sft for fxtemdon befoio tlmt continvpiicy arose. The Senate is developim: in u It ,rflrod the funny hotly. silly anti circus bill just for fun after spending hevcrul precious bouts in per nutting its moinbois to sot oil miirli mill worm eaten wit. bill niv-iti- g -- The governor will veto the medical colleges tin' Imdies of con-i.t- s. Ho takes tho ground that this In ex post facto law. adding punishment not contemplated in the criminal stat- mi iMMiiiltiMt Hi niPfleribiKl for .1 violation of tlie pioviaionu of the uoi-derfulan-rii'i- it -l lliiyliii. cord. N. H., Friday, for murder, ' ? ' Tho public debt irm riihicfi proper! r on Stanford . paying 7.00. cash. We are glad mouth according to doctored iv ports ji,-t- o woek. .Mine F.fhV Crime?, who sin-state that Mi. Higgiuliothaiii and ffittl.Wl. F. P.. 1'iov. Hill has.siymnl the Iwllot rerpsHMito nf tan Humes at Ouiuusville for ?'0,t00 damag"if" will won form hill jNiswed by the New York Leg- - es for breach of promife, got HH) acres o( faster. n gnul-- , islntuto. (iarrard College furnishes four laud from the mid. it runt lover, who was Finding that it is tiltno?t impossible also inuh ted with the costs. imt p, Ml Mattie Klkin, Maggie mid STOCK Mary Miller, Ijinmster, and Miss" A tile to execute a criminal in New York, the At a marriage in iJootic county, V. Yolser, 1'anville. Tlify me studiously 1Ihm votiil r.'i to 3 to altolidi capital Vn.. laM week, the combined nges of the and xeiilously pit'jmrim.' their oHiy., piuiMiinciit. paity were J! IH years, the bridegroom he ' The Interniitiouai Copyright bill, lug 101, the bride PI, the gloom's best which wo fool cafe in predicting will he well in Itself "a feast of reason and a' which was to givo the author the right niHiiKt, the hridc.Mitnid 74. The biide (low of mill." of his own property, was defeated in the wns drewsed in her tirt wedding trous( (u Fiiiluv hint tlio sale of laud be- WILL TAKE l'LACL Ion l'.'dto !.. seau, which was made 111 years ago. Only a longing to .1. S. (Jill's estate took place ago Johnstown, I'., was At I'ockfoit, 111., a mother on her Tom Stone, of Harmed, bought one tract almost totally destroyed by the Hood, ilylne bed wanted to see bur two dmigh-ter- s of (Vfi arres foi jl.JJIO. James A. l'oys-to- but the property of the town la mated for life death took her from them forevei, and their ioveis ono tract of Hi acres at $70; Judge assessed at SV'OO.OOO. The equipment for the electric street nreeiuu. the ceremony was performed I'ettws of Somerw't, tin actva at SU. llil!. 'I"' homestead was taken downat ?IO.SO. niilmiid will be hen- on May lOtb, and in her presence. She conscious OFKICKKM ,,' Mrs. (Jill will he in luiiiiinx onler by the 12th. diiriuir its perfoiinance, but shortly also tract No. 2 at SJ7..V). K. X- Akchkk. 1'iesident, Grand lintel. Cincinnati. O. departed foi tlie 'leat bevond. J'I'Iii. M n mi "on rd (JoiiiiHiiiv liave bniiebt the town residence, lmviuir Thecals will be run by a stonure buttery Middleghoro News. ()00 and li acies at Sia,also within town The iJalla.--. Texas, Times Heinld S. Whixkrv, Somerset, Ky. renewed their pron?it.oii to surrender Huptesentative MeCreary has imro contains a (ivfcoluiiiu O. J. Wiggins, Secretn-- y and Treasurei, Somerset, Ky. lahoi ntul in such limits. of the imitiol of the convict Our 1'. M. has received one of the duced a hill to pay Cieoivu Penny, fc'r., of wiHhlintr of l)i. Iluili I.. Mcl.aurino and T. M. Thatchuk, Assistant Sec'y. Somerset, Ky. a runnier that there is ih possible doub- , 000 notices sent out by the postmaH- - imrninl county, ?...000 for corn turnish- - Miss Kate Ctano, which occurred a few the body ot their sincerity. Now I DIRKCTOKS: ;nit up or shut up. The people are ter trenernl instructing jM)stmaters to ed the 'iiion army under wmtract with days mo at the Chrifdinn church and the eleirant residence of (ieii. and Mis. H. ! of nn assistant UHrtei master. hike a citieful ami accumte account red of this everlatiHK Gko. K. Dl'ckworth, Cincinnati; O. J. Wiggins, Covington, Ky. The largest saw mill in the world is M. loino, on linston avenue. It was the if.)ine of the little fellows who have the number of pieces and the statistics! R. X. Arch UK, " O. H. Waddlk, Somerset, Ky. of free matter, mailed at tiieir lespectivu) located at Clinton. la. It cost cit(0,000 niandest afl'air of the kind ever witness- v ami tiiuately broken into tho mpital. S. Whinkkv. Somerset. Ky. J. X. IJkown, Mr. Warren has oll'ereil the follow ollices during the full seven days bejiii- - ami is cauhte of sawing l.V),000 feet of ed in i'allas, beiiijr complete in eveiy C. I. Matth i:vs, J. M. Richardson, Somerset. 7 band and :t puiticular and in keeping with the biuli S lioms. It has iiiL To amend an act ledueinj: into one nlnif Monday, the Mh, at n o'clock. It lumber in of the family there and in romplb ' jranu saws and 2 iMitteOies of 10 boileis standin KXliCUl'IVlC COMMITTKK: thesevenil acts in lelatiou to the town ' is our opinion that it is quite county euted instruction and will occasion ' each. their native State. The chinch and! of Crab Orchard: authorixini; the ' 'rUi' '"iployees of the OldJKentnckv i,ollu. decorations K. Duckworth, J. X. Hkown, R. X. Akchkk, O. S. Wiggins. weie lavish and toiiitof Lincoln countv to tmv A. M. much additional labor. Uipt.J. I. iiriliiKtnu witlf a p(.rl. and the event altogether wna .oiu-- l -- Tlie pupils and teachers of (inrmnl amount overpaid by said Felaud the tn;n M.t, : rn;Mi ,, v.lt,.,.nl The Dawn of a l . u.m0U1in.It.,i. ' heivice, inciu.uns; i;nies, )om, l0 Anions the! I'elaml a late sherill of said county College had their annual picnic on May ;6,,'r C .fr "- .,., st f ..,,,,1 ,,,.,...1 ,iri.a,.iM "' P lSTll nm inv. T 1.. tirliiuirv lfHHrliiii.nl 111 uter spoou-- - ami .101 us ami an I'lemiiu .waier ..v.... ,..Wx - . . liiouev due hill r..ril.. . . tm i r l' .ii r on ms leiiremeni irom raiirvmi Cot u-- . O. Welch's name ls77, deliinjuoiit and for the benefit of eharire of Miss Vivian, wont to the river appeaisns the l nc 1JreJl' OI iMiinusiasm urystaitzeO into btUDOoril and lnctisputtiole I'acts. on the Stanford road, while the collegi- - !,?rvjlv. doner of a niicniflcent bronze clock,; Cliristiau College, HiistonviHe. The boily of K. I). Walker, of I!nok- - suimoinited by three bioiiM' statutes ' Klectric Street Car Lines, Water Works, Oil Refinery, Glass I?actoty has p.isseil a very strong ate department and teachers, reinforced The Senate V., editor of the Cosmopolitan rejie?ciitin-miui- c. and xirls in town, went to'1."". The "room's pres- tintiselning hill which provide that any by till the and Planinjj Mill, all to be Erected and in Operation this Sum- ' Mnuiue, who has been misslnj: from enl tl, the biide was a heautifiii watch wathehriileeon the Danville road. A person placing or using in any of the mer, and work will be"ill on these Fnterprhes at once & was found t,,dded with diamonds and rubies and ters of this State, any fish trap, set net most enjoyable time is reported. The W'llon. N. C, sin.f the Somerset is located on the C. S. R. R. and is a progressive and dip net, llsh rack, selno, grab hook bridge proviil to he n nice daucinir place tloatiiiK on the surface of the Ikmnoke richly eiuraved with their monogram,! 1 wo Jiatlks, and the date of their matna-je- . and uold prosperous town 01 30oo. snowing a capital StOCK Ot dmg or any such coutiivance. or while Prof. Koester furnished the most brush -J'- .x-i resuieni wcveiittm wasa.imu-- , tllitfiee chain with diamond pendant. SiSo.ooo, splendid Public Schools and other enterprises and institu-Ili- shall kill llsh with a gun, shall he entrancing music with his violin. nlm presents to the four bridesmaids! tions make her future eNceedinelv brisrht. -- With genuine pleasure the many ted rriduy to practice befoiu the I niled H. Haerlin. the Great guilty of misdemeanor, and, on con- less friends of Pete Hampton, the jolly stne States Mipreme Court, on motion of Kx- - were lovely lace pins, and! landscape artist, is about through the survev for a route of a street shall be lined not viction then-o, (.foucral tiarland. Me alter- - the hoiniuets that the maids carried railway through the city, which will be operated cither by steam or tliau ?'i' nor more than jHH) for each of-- driver welcomed him among them last Attoinev feime; and in case of failure to pay such week, lie is full of life and universally wards called on Mr. Harrison and met were given by the biide. electricity. A complete system of water works, with resorvoir, on ' Mrs. McKee. rine and cost of prosecution, shall he polite ami accommodating, hi answers him and Crescent Hill will be immediately constructed. The minerals in Pu- Bucklen'Arnicaltafve Judge I'.ivis, of the Jellerson circuit tontined in tlie jail of the county forany are nlwaya ready, bright and to the laski county are noted for their purity . and .. inexhaustible . supply. The 11,, w .1,, ,.,i r.,r imitt ' cut M..t.,.l i f.j lilt ' llti.Uut u.,,1 loin, ukvri. xlt m .... ".. sores,..... ..........rhpum. fw.tfr length of time not exceeding one day for point, his innumerable witty remarks fetter, rhnnquality ot sand and several oil wells are attracting theattentwo dollars of line ami costs so iin-- . cusioned much mirth among his appro-pose- DeforreSter tO jail for 10 hours and filled i;ed hand., chilblains, corns and uall kii, trnp tion ot men and it will not be long till a glass factoty and ? for .nnti.iiiiii. luuinui. "?'".a"a P"'" ' c.u.r" Vive pcrteet ?&!? ... .....r-.cu It guirjntfrd . t'j ,. 3tif.icnur, an oil refinery will be put into opeiation. Come often, Mr. Ihein miii'Ii , Dynamiting Is piinishetl by tine dative audiences. The railroad facilities of wjx two women whom or money retunaea. crit-- 15 icni, per 1. f not $100 nor more than $'M), Hampton, "here's at you, hero's to yoiu thev jle by A R. Penny, Staulord, K. Might passenger trains pass daily and being Somerset are if we never had a seed you we never Judge PiivN had released. with the jail penalty unless paid. halfway between Cincinnati and Chattanooga, it is the business point H. K. I.ee Camp, Confinlerate Merit Wipa. would have knowod vou." in ay to our tit'ueiis that for ears wi of the head officials of the Railroad Company, who will Wu lc. ire I" -- McComns has at last reported his lull No. 1, extends a heaity invitation MrM CharI3 .jwKet Vjncetines, ue lieen ?lllii!f lr KiliK New Ii.otcry for the further development of the wonderful natural resources the grand soldier to he Cunsiimptiou. Or King New Life l'ill IliicWto prevent gerrymamieniig 101ne1101.se. ,M, js vNili, , ju.r mmn y i.jlv to every 1 he Cincinnati, Alabama & Atlantic R. J Wash iMvi. Jr..a MiiS KlttL. Kin present and take part in the ceremonies no is now an assureu liiti, aim passing as it win inrougn somerset, man. died in lmisville Sunday. lminj r,,tunil.,j Thursdav. fioin Panville incident to the unveiling of the l.ee mon-.- . havesnen u.h unntTMi (jii.taction. we we young ,, . . nut lo suarirniee tiieni ecry jini ana i im- .i.... '" auud read" to refund the purine We if an.-- 1 adds another to her many advantages. ariKcsaremeorueroit .1... ... ..it where she had spent 10 days as the guest uinent, on ine ami oi .May. e he.e factory results do not follow their an Win. ljuubeit. the richest colored rcmeitn over tlie couniry 10 cum. Df Miss I.ucile Caldwell. J no. S. Marrs steal !ie won their Pen n j, Dpularit) piirel) K t nuei-!.iy at 10 hours' pay. ,() n(wpt a ,KilioI, at Knox. man in Michigan, committed suicide at on their merit' A. eft t)(J I'reside.it Harrison has appointed viu. MIea Klrt,lt.rllH. Yeiser. College, Detroit, while teinpotarily insane, by A Safe Investment He was a confidante of John David K. Uryant fnitwl States judge for, ,a Is one whuli i yiiarauteed to l.rin joh saii.vst1K Mjss Mary llrkt l)myinVt hanging.Fred Douglass and of t.,c iJisterndislrictof Ioxus. other aboli- factory riiiilts, or in case this Uiluro, a icturuof Mrs. Ilclle Hurnside, Mt. Vernon, is at Ilrown, safe plan joiimii purchase price On of the , -- The de.noeints elected ,. M.in tion leaders before and during tho war. yourlron our .uheitisfd dnrjci-- t Itottle of Hr buy frpH H,iQrt pla JaU,jt Are headquarters for Kiiij's New L)isioery for Consumption. It i Mrs. Jolleion Davis has responded loitih Union in llarrousimrg ."iiiuriia y W It Vii'linlu iiiitl lli.nrv ( 'fit tu ri.'lil rif i.arantrLd tu brlnir relief in eer of the throat, lungs or chc.t, heietofore r.uried Uu, CH)tm, Jomml fofl to the Ladies' Confederate Association at used for an) affection The republicans have w,.nJ OVt,r , the ollices. in order to spoml Richmond, which asked that the )avio, to and lasle. pe . The Lexington racecourse w illcharge Siuj(i(v Mr. Davis be buried in the et .1.. It.f.. pleasant .!..... 1a ...I....I the,ku. 1r.nl .. , Johll w. vr ...vu ..,.. icily sair nu .an t SI admission this seasvm and no fom.dcs Milr-,fPlows! Plows! Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel tnkIB n M unill.oro. Knox, White House grounds thore, by saying bottles free at K Penny's drug .tort. w.ll be allowed on the grounds unless vIt (UllU.ar(li,; 15nl(l(.v, that she cannot decide the question Mrs. ,, dead body of an unknown nianj plo)V .md you wm mrikc no mistakcThe . No plow is equal to those; no now. m,mpaniedby a gentleman and both f( of Mon w () fallen from an express The signal service leports that rain supposed to have .fg.x.lchanictei. , ,u.r llU1),,u.rs ,it s0meisct. Miss Kvery plow warranted to train was found near Science Hill, Pit-- plow ever had the run that the Oliver has -- Tho family of Senator Heck mu m v. or snow has fallen dining tho last --M laski countv, Fridnv. Two Italians with from tj,uMl yM ,n IIllrrij01i Wll,tv receipt of telegrams of or no sale Ask your neighbor. MrjJ hours throughout the until e count.y wist a bear are .'bought to have robbed a'.l p.rs of the country. Mr. Cleveland I:,lllttllU g M.rloU8,v hIt.k I!oll,lt of the IJocky Mountains. On tho though well diessed hail. . tlantic Coast, nuns have been very bodv, which and (iov. liuckner sending esjiecially 1. ,....,.. .i... ...i hi 'Jiirn. nil' tiiitiiMt- kiiii& til. i uiiiiiiir- - heavy, while in W ceonsinand Michigan neither watch nor money. ones. ,.,.,., 111Mlin(. nf ir (Vlltrnl iniirillli JLs-i- , Vfeuaett ,JL, mJLm ttnr sJLnnJ - Col. J. W. Sloss, the pioneer iron is in lxiuisville vNiting his friend C. S considerable snow has fallen. A Child Klllod. I'.ir-- i. Mrs. Sarah Hlaney and her daughter Another i hild kilkd bj the use of opiates giten i. ..uiufiicturer of timeout... died at I lei ring, ami taking in the Why mothers stive in the form of iiighaui. Ala., ageil 70 years. Ho was weie found dead in their beds at Haiti their children soothius' syrup uoNou w surpristng engagement. "Hob" Hughe is Mich deadly V iron H.uing secured the services of the thild of its peculiar wh.-i-i tlity the head of tho great sloas Steel one of tho most universally ami deserv-- mow, their skulls having been crushed ..A..kl.a K. tan rvl lir ArLer's llaliv Sootlicr It .i..n . u domm furnaces P.hiuey's Co and had built half --- '-It is witli a blunt instrument. Mix lly popular boys in I.niicnstor. and develops! a doMi or niort wml and i 1. almost uiianimoiisly, "he Is thu grandson, William Hlaney, is supposed U Lire Worth Living truii mines in theoiith. I am now fully prepared t. do nicest loy in town." He applies him- - to have committed the nnmler, to get N'ot'lf you no thrvtujh th worU; a dyspeptic.' K.v.ossion of a sum of money belonging Ur Acker's I)yppiu 'I ablclt are poim cnr-- , rheM'iinto passed the House Jself to business with remarkable enerfur the Viiir.t forms ot dyspepsia, indigestion. bill and it is now leudy for the gy and is noted for the great respect and to the old woman. and ionlinmion. (luaranteed and sold by -trusts in tho coiinidcrtitiou shown his parents and his The C. S. C'ucuit Couit for Mary, A K l'nn .iviinor. It is to piohibit civil rights suit State, but as it is ciudely iliawn and kindness to his young brothers and sis land has decided in a .... Ifc w.... n.nrl .. . .. " " Pnn ....- -- Vin considered it is feared that it will ter andnll that .oustitutes- -a gentleman. y ' badly r P".. i.. l.!.. . A!i. ...;ii.' l.wai. riille ii inAnsttAcker sto llic ncvulr ttl'.. ""! AXDrated prove tnoio injurious than benollcial to Walker Uindram. deputv collector, is at ompany, mr icn.s.og to .ei ...... .c ..,. to all other preparat.on. for tlie inieresis oi mu "yCof seve.al weeks. He white people at meals, that he has no home after an I Hurt Ackeis, a liruiiKeii seciion ooss, Mrs. M. !:. Haydeii left Monday for vtt" for 'mUo s""t- tho company pio- ,v.tcm ind ihorouihiy buii.u u,mIic ' road, lired three Louisville, wheio ill everv les- - constitution. A. It. Penny . on the Kentucky I'nion she intends to make viilml n table mr his rati All work-- .mil nrnmntlv flmui i v A Duty to Yoursolf. shots at Jerry MoMillin Sunday in a her home. Miss Mary Scott, of Nicholas-villi- , pect eiiual to tho other. people will iis a cowiiion, It is surprising that of the Interior OSti-train near Clay City. MeMil-lipassenger llll'. tirtl.irj n when lhey n secure a sAluable Kitevisited her mint, Mis. Fli.aboth ot(llu the same n.ony Dr. Acker's and his wile wore wounded and i IMiihoii last week. Mrs. II. II. Young mates that .it will require SSIi.UOd.TS'J till- - Uilione forpositl.e cure for sick headache English ana ail . nills area .., ,.u.iiy taken Mis. Lowry, of Clay City, may die from left Saturday last for Winchester to visit iiually to givoa service pension to every Thev ate mai;, Of tllO latO War IlOt nOW Oil the' and do not npe. f'ojsaeby A ll fenny. tlie ell'ects of one of tho bullets. Sam M. Ander- SUrviVOr .Mis. Kichaid l'mbry. Hogeand II. V. Mason, of annually to increase tho Chas. K. Can t Sloop Nights son, wife ami daughter, of Gallatin, Ten rolls, and Foard Company, of ncssec, aro visiting the parents of Mr. nonsioil of those now Oil the lolls to $S Isthr complaint of thousands sutfenns trout asth- the Mason consumption, coughs, etc. Did vou e.cr try It U the best pivp-II month, Hild $1',il,S to tllO WidOWS i)r.'Ackers English Remedy Frankfort, acting for themselves indi. Anderson. , Sold on a . . i .. r.nl.m Known for all liniL' Itoublcs. ...i vidually, have obtained from tho Homo jIld . b A. K I'enn. oi ileceaseti souuers; a iota. .........u lit " " wyki jl t In his speech heforo tin 1f.ii,liture of S100,2i, :W7. JtooMs. Construction Company tho live year's , ., A Suro Curo for nil Diseases in .... i !i r ..!! ill I'lii'iiii'iTi., I...... P,aic3 A ..anoint will Mr.' ........ lijm A hurricane passed over Wills Point, . ... a.u.iv.-- .....u.l, ..... of tho Ken- .W.i.li ..!,... .'ill Ultlll iiini , lease held by that company n ..,.. .u...' eu-r- , uamagu.g "When-ove- r hi ought suit for f.V.,000 damages against Texas, Miiuniay, tucky Midland railway. It is said that Henry Watteison saitl of booms: . si .v nm ti.ri and wherever you boo a 'boom' hit Uev. J.Ci. How, editor of the Hot hoi in mo town. I.:..:... . s..s iw.rtf.Ii. ...... .... s.....K will greatly impiovo tho road and they a llaptist and pastor of tlie Haptist church ""sly injuiing sever at. juhl considerable now rolling stock to Us it. Whenever nnd wherever you see slf boomer,' spot him. Tho 'boom is tho ., Uussellville. Bow in an editorial said equipment. A Lady in Texas Writes ""sssssssssHsisvCSf battled many Pension Agent C. J. Walton a re. devil's own invention. First to rob the i'e.,d had murdered a man who was t.iiuiiii ; h Arising from Impurities of tho Blood, and M v.ae ts of Ioih tried every remedy I could beat froiu Functional Derangements. jiott for April shows that there aio in victim of his money, and then tho 'boom- l.rus'll.d to death by his train, notwith-e- r' physician; have Female Kegulator is nil tha llraiitield's . of his soul. Cities aro not built by sl,imiiL the mail had exonerated Head rot. hut Cu (orr Write The liradhel.t elievcdme Kentucky 10,.iJl invalid ami .MR!-.- ' will- urthcr particulars. Sold by all druggist. u "Vy fflgssQ? owed pensioners, making .. total of l!5,- - booms, countries .. nre not advanced by ,)efore --A DEAD SHOT Oil WORMS, AND A CERTAIH .r i .1 ,rl inoy mo mu iuoiobl hhuhhu Ul.j. Thoro are l,ll.l!l widows wun no ineiii. II. V.. Iliintitietou lias taken charge DRUNKENNES3-TH- E LIQUOR HAB PREYEIfflON OF HOG CHOLERA. vhiidreiijill minor children; i7 moth- - stimulants, compounded of brandyprin-vrs- . as general manager of tho eastern divis- - IT-- ln all the World thoro la but one - r - - ! y sa,c , A k IV'.nj. Iirucist. St mfor.i. C Uaiiey, General Mer liar curo.Dr. Uatnoa" GoldoaSpecltlc. son; two dependent tor's ink and midnight oil, and ns fatal inn of tho Nowoort News cc Mississippi l"iirntisilli , ouo dependent ., . WaMiesluiri;. ..alley ami, rsOlilULKj .........I ..:!.... ,i. i, ran ln L'isen in a cupof tea or cotTee uuho..t N N M ..nc Mt Ks.ii. tn.11J, Mil aity, I'ruccist, KiliMsville, C t (icoch .V I ,........i... 'JM fathers. Thotoarealsoon to the community to which they aro apK daughters; ,ci)" t .......ten, I)niKi;.st, Millcdjrcvillv 1 . ArtUu 'ei r, Hn.KSist, elTeaina of ,heper0li taVinRit, aL ......... W l: . A.I ijm ..... . " J. d Ml... .. Iri.K,'iit. wneiner nc " 1. ... .... , "r ..1 .1 na.tr,. enerai .Mer nanuise, ..... I.f.. II.... ........II. his list 14 survivors of thw war of bV2 plied ns a dynamite shell. True prosper-an- unit has tilled tllO SUDOrilinaiO umcea uya spcrdyanu permanent cure, .in alcornm. wreck ,m K.nu, "t it ." v "";-- i, .nc. .mil ii.iiuim', i icaciiersyiuc , j .v iiiiuanu moderate drinker of wealth, cheap UppotntlUf; -. F . i. Morse ireiieral P.lS-i- 'I'nousantl of drunVards or of UmJityU the dillusiou 81.1 survivors w blows; have been cured who :70 C. L. Ilrown, general have ,auen the Golden Specific in tneir coffeo, homes for the poor and opportunities for nenger ripiieve tney Jloxican war ami .'.":. widows. IIimto all." (Jlieesinail CllSllier; wiihnut their tnowledite, and fruillllt aUOIlt; a. ,. and I'. D. Dih'll quit Ur.nl.inK r. thrown freewill. .Nu harmfu-1,,.. .M.lll or. ., , , iutjtira. Cures euarnro in his district 1,147 minor children l.Onl-'- i Jr., BUSINESS COLLEGE . Dull-in'I'homas L. Collins, jutlge of tho 4'Jd car I.accountant. ..iiuiiui except last f. ,...,! u.ml fnrrircular and full particulars. Ad. is paid. All - -to whom pension money ww sr . i"""" . ... . ... - c.o...r.. 7.1" i J,. . - l' i jioott of Salem, haa named Will liavo llieir iieaitiiuartoio .u dress in connuencc Kernlnu, .Short Hand. Teletjraphu.JC-I t? tho month .'.71. now pensions lnit Indiana judicial circuit, hueeSireet. Uncinnati.O. Write for Cutaloue and full Information VllsasUisCif IV. Cincinnati. boon adjudged insane. been granted. her desirable .lolm I.ohiiiHHi. Jr., the showman, iiuul Mi, Leonora, daughter of Mayor 1(1 It Smith, of Cincinnati, wen- - married last d SOMERSET CAPITAL $350,000. LAID AND IMPROVEMENT CO. lv j j First SaSe of Town Lots -- 1 ytr n to-da- y In-fo- MAY - 20 Vice-Presiden- AND 21, '90. ' after-ward- s -! ' t, I ileM-riptio- ' i lt ! 1 ii'COl-innkiii- J ' ' 11 I J l'ntl i . N- ""- vir - 1 ".,-..-...-..- i I,"r. "' hi-hiui- i,.,nil,rc v. -"v ,'l rjn., . ; . j , .! lvs . mri i. ; 11 f forget-me-n- , j j j - - - -- .- oc-eac- h - d. , ' . -'0 , ""'" wide-awak- e . ' first-clas- Vett-rnn- s, -- - . - ... I .ATdw'M i. j ., 1 - HIGGINS & M'KINNEY ,io, Ect,r I . rlir:i -- aict-abl- e I .... 1 Crooerics, Stovos, Salt,Limo, Ac. - . .... .,. .,.., .,,. .r . , ,,, , .... tl, I ... ---L.M Hooth-Mod-jek- a j e rt , iC7 -"-I- MR. THOS. BAX,TONrf OT CHICAGO. i anti-tui- st ... ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK - W ....: . 1 j l,o,v , - ,"i . feSpK '..oie . ---- ..ni I 111) '; -- T TP - 15 El G" A -- "7 T TT C u 1 A. R. PENNY. 0,(il-',S- DR. ELLIOTTS 17 I . - I -. v . I 1 ! ...... iu....n ".... a ,-- L Medicated Food, 1 ...' - l 1 HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs -- j ..... j n lit-,;- i " I i , wui i- ini ., ... '"" 11 I , ' I . aj-en- J'- -. y - ' ..... ' T... .i.."i BRYANT & STRATTON --- i- --- i stlllsOll bwwIO Wf Ir flS'riMsSiC.i. .- -- iilU&fAS-- te fiJ tssj;. t Jt.1 0 isj J 'Vj. .iS- .-' il" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal KY y &TANFORI), MayB. 1830 W. F WALTON. Sesatok Bki k is dead ! Tlio end, which lias seemed inevitable for some time, came suddenly and without warn-inSaturday afternoon, as he alighted r from a train from New York, whither he OlIICC tllC OpClllllg UX IKlVe bcCll Crowded Willi OUI' had been io consult a physician as to his bliyCTS clsCU'hcre. C((ll IWt be condition. In the same depot in Wash1)Vinf.s fin HIP. rt.VR mmt.mn.nrsi ti.vP nlp.tl.nnd. nnm nil.V ington and almost in the same spot Unit b()ll Hit HI 6 fth'Pildll IIUIJ tnlfl ( OOfl.S Will Garfield fell, the lifo of the great statesVV'IV of 1 Ills IS ' man went out. His daughter, Mrs. SKCILSS. Goodloe, was with him and she was nearly prostrated by the sudden and cruel blow. The remains were taken at once to Col. W. C. 1 Breckinridge's re-- i dence, where hundreds of sorrowing friends called during the evening. The Goods, Shoes, aswe Its, in funeral services will be held FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. frir ' l.nnrtno.k ItSa lirtrwtct nml the Senate Chamber, after which the !.. , M HiU1 so(, ,() ,, x j,rL,iu :lT body will be brought to Lexington and ward course has made him a sufficient among the small fry wt.tu.rs at c.J who wife, who preceded him number of enemies laid beside his is conceded s.COud in a mile nice to the tomb about a couple of years, ami members to defeat him. It avoid, and, needed in the Ht Xashville Saturday. whose death he never ceased to mourn. that Carlisle is too much we you, removal and j lYoung Jersev cow and calf for vale. The loss of no public man in Kentucky Lower House to permit his obstacles m the u A ,,evt0l) Slanfor(K or in the nation at large, for that matter, there are more or less ... men- ,m ... m.11lU , .,,, would have been felt more than is that way of the promotion of the others of John oung Brown. v T Xnniu,eV) Stanford. I, .Uoleshin, .Men 7oc. of Senator Beck, for he was indeed a tioned, save that ,,., s0,(, to is stated that the ambition of his life a M Vn,niu u man of affairs, and although a strong It best ol Ins voke ()f yomiR atwn fop partisan, looked not to party advantage is to go to the T. S. Senate and that JJ'e weeh $(j, its, T,(0 Ltxin,t0I1 n.,ctm.01nmt,IK.L. this aloue, but to the good of the whole coun- candidacy for governor has that for mid, 2S.S)().. OllP. rh'Pfi.f. a.rnrt.u.lr.tin nmfhoTv lelsewhei'P . . v .... in iIn nit- v ,Jr..,,fc,w.-.try. Neither a brilliant man nor an elo- ultimate object. Witti ins section sonu (Hid sending up the old cry that tllCll IlU VC Of Us U The Lancaster Record repoits manv quent orator, Senator Beck was never- for him and K.v . uiaiiuniuuu.u..-ial,..v..-CMtn nnt'iii itntki imv gales of fat hogs at : to 4 cents. ot,U LIUIIUCV 1,11, JOiULl lCi ICflU b pwilSUti lIU'lll III. Ull.r I'USl USSOriniVllt , SO U'Cll, IS It theless a man of great intellect and ii.i i have two yoke heavy, well hrnkoselccted, US whenever he spoke on the various ques- recognition in the shape of ofhees, his Pl'icCS. tions that came up for discussion during JnMt-ni,. his long public life, he was listened to 0,it" SJ.jiO wool Now as H ... ,, :T:iii;iiim ill If. MU. IIUi: r, profoundest attention by both ,....w ... . .. with the V : j." . 1,;..7.- governorship than the ,an, s (oriuuttuie iuv usa. i.x cu conic A lMr.!oa(1 of No x hr00i parties, as he never asserted anything cares less for the Lt sale. I'riah Dunn, Hustonville, Ky. he could not substantiate and always senntorshtp, if the membora of the c(wtinn iirtfi3 liw iOnitim t.nrn lii o v. ,...-- . .. s of baled For. Su.n. Two prepared himself with every factandany l?lllllUUilWIU inc. he will necessarily have much following timothv hay. Robt McAlister, tan- amount of figures to sustain his argument. He was in fact a walking ency- from other portions of the State, whore ford, Ky. A. S. PRICK, Charles Dunn has withdrawn his clopedia of knowledge of public atl'airs he is thought to bo in the way of a cerfor governor. If fine stallion. Kiudiod. from the stud ad si KI.KoN Dl Nits I and a great, broad man, as well develop- tain other candidate M. Koi,n 'Trtt, oi-- W ed mentally as physically. A grand man therefore a combination of this kind can will train him. n will have T. 1'. Ripy, of l.uwroncobnn. bought has fallen ami the county grieves with he formed, John Young Brown S. Senator gratiLI-- . of Macey Bro9., an unborn colt by Bell J unaffected sorrow. The democracy has his ambition to bo fied and somebody else will claim the Boy for lost one of its ablest leaders and the ALLEN A: ATWOOI), peisinnnon. At !:. 11. l'owell. of Casey, sold to W. South a friend who ever came to her de- coverted gubernatorial ' way it looks to a man at !.M. Rue, a young by Walliue fense in time of need. Cox, Randall nud least this is the Qffc KGERTS. viewiug the situation Beck! All dead in a few short weeks! this distance when a -- Josinh Bishop and John Murphy, Jr , City, Tcnn. Truly does death love shining marks and from a very hiidi perch up tree. V li.ic tin finest and most v.ompk'ti tock of .... of 'I'lo sold to W. H. l'rewitt a sorely does the country and democracy announced to the pound hogs at :i cts. Gov.Ritkn-krIuTerlose by the victory of the King of D. D. S. Assembly his resignation and all J. M. Miller, of Wayne, bought of S, R. C. MORGAN, rors. Senator Beck was in every sense a General other connection with the duties of the A. Middluton and others, of the Ku&t man, rising as he did from a DENTIST. of the Sinking Fund, Knd, a of butcher cattle at ." common farm hand to the next highest Commissioner O Ace oa Miia lrH. onrxxile Porlmaa oner-- ' cents. disagreeable and up uirt. Niirou. iiU- ta gi tin for pinlc office in the country. He was as modest which are alike ous and not imposed by the constitution- Redd Bros, bought in Fayette ."17 oxiractiDC STANFORD. KENTL'CKY. as he was genial and lovable, as this This action was taken feeding cattle at 3J and 100 short short sketch of his life, written by al requirement. because of the carping, mean and fac-- lambs ready to ship at o to oj. Clipped for the Congressional Directory, himself men in the legisla-- l sheep are in demand there at A cents. DR. W. B. shows: "James II. Beck, of Lexington, tious criticism that ture, unworthy to untie the latchets of M. F. Klkin bought of H. C. Katon was born in Dumfriesshire, Scotland, on on Ins dis- - and A. T. Martin a bunch of February 18, 1S22; received an academic his shoes have been making in connection with shoats at 3i cents and of West Knd par-thOffice South iJe Mjm Mirfl, in office recently education in Scotland; graduated as a interested services Ever in Stanford. Call and examine and be convinced. vacnted br,l)r. t f Huffman, Stanfott), Ky prison management and existing, t;esa iot 0f imtcher stuff at L'i to 3 cts. lawyer at Transylvania University, Lex As usual the governor is 'p. V. Cook and Joe Robinson sold contracts. , ington, Kentucky, in March, and give his R x. l'rewitt 300 lambs at Sit for first! A Tho s. practiced there, never holding any office right. He does not propose to time and best ability to a "thanky" job pj, jaj. 24th, and at ?"; for the second , until elected a representative in Shoes. a pickpocket pj0k, jUI",e At. Joe Swopu sold him so I trmoirdm; off., e m my rtw.lelKi-- , oppe 41st, 4i'd and 4:Jd Congresses; declined a and then get abused like Ml? female Colltue, vihire I will If fuuml at all a little brief authori-- at gaim. price. Danville Advocate. as representative; was elected by men clothed in HLOll KHI). ,4 Cnrputi, OH Cloths, Matting, Kugs, Lnce Curtains, Sc. Tilord Cnrrens has M) acres of corn to the Unitel States Senate as a demo- ty just because they can. crat to succeed John W. Stevenson, demCRESS, As Secretary of the Kentucky W. ocrat; took liis seat March 5, 1877, and Association, we are already in receipt of lieiu. mis is tne most progressive corn was in ISS'J and 'SS. His term n response from Gen. Passenger Agent yet reported in this county. Isaac PearAGENT, son sold to George Bennett, of Auxvasse, of office will expire March 3, 1S9j." of the Louisville, St. J.K. McCracken, Barbourvillo, Ky., jack for $o7o, and Mo., a extendLewis is after the judges in Louis it Texas Pacific railroad, Editor Caldwell, of Boyle county, sold to 11. for sale ame al the choice properly in (he boomiuc general, and Judge Morrow in particular, ing the courtesies of his road free to same party one IS mouths old, for $4.M). jolicm-d- . city of llarbourvitle. CsriMponileDce will use it in for accepting with such alacrity the in- those of the editors who J. W. Brewer bought Monday 2."0 hogs reaching the Winchester meeting, on apJ.S G OIYKMS. crease of SG00 in salary, which was rushat S3.7o and $3.ST. Harrodsburg Demo- WM.AYKKS plication to us for passes. The liberality crat. ed through the legislature at its last ses& GIVENS, Tin: Cowm.to.v Stock vahoo. The sion by very questionable means. He of the management of thiH road was enjoyed and appreciated by the editors last railroad having recently purchased these Attornoya nt Law, says in the Somerset Republican that Judge Morrow's trump card in 1SS3 and year and Mr. McCracken evidently be- yards, Capt. W. A. Peters, the superiu- - 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. JSSo" was the denunciation of democratic lieves that he cannot do too much of a tendent, has been instructed to make at Shreve HtuMing We thank him in advance improvements necessary to put the political tricksters for increasing the sal- good thing. s condition. The work for this liberal offer. yanK in aries from time to time as well as is now nearlv completed and the vards FItANK. MAHIMON some of which were unnecessary JAS (.. GIVENS . The more sanguine proinmtionists, have variljll), aiH, sninpim, ,nciI,.j The judge, he charges, spent toOO in who believe that everything JnPlen tiefl conil'to none, and are prepared to alone to get the office, knowing full for .. . , ,, , , the best, are assuming to get much well the salary and duties of it, and his REAL EST VTE, consolation out of the recent decision of from all parts of the United States. The friends were surprised at his acceptance the - Sunreme court that neither the eastern lamb buyers will be at the yards of an increased salary. Kditor Lewis is 01 lowa nor any im.cr .u 1.... wm Mny , t() tw (1,0.t. of t,)e 6;afc01 notod for his disposition to "speak out in Town LotsOil, Iron and limber t.and bought cause thv seizure during transit of liquor or .ld on Coinmmiun. Correspondence meetin'," but he should not be too hard in original packages. They say that like, 101 yr solicited Win. Harnes, who preached! on the judge. It is mighty hard for a the Dred Scot decision it will awaken the tlie funeral sermon of Daniel Webster,1, politician, especially if he be a republimoral bense of the people, make the aied in Jacksonville. III., Friday. And We Have can, to be consistent and harder still for issue a national instead of local one,' Twenty-twbuildings, the entire MT. VEUNON. KY. him to icsist tho filthy lucre, whether and in tho end force Congress to adopt business portion of (iilboa, a village in voted by democratic tricksters or not. lloteljit still maintain Thil old and ,'ev York, were destroyed by tire Sat measures in accord with their nobby. inc il fine reputation. Charge, reaionable. Speurday. Tho loss is estimated at "tdoO.OOO; ' ,) a,Uritio to the traveling public. Mil. Cn. ki.es Urce.v, of Louisville, is ' .M. V NKWCOMII, Prop., iniuvi. tlie progress 01 a Dig lire in insurance 550,000. going to have a tough time in his canvass Ml Vernon, Ky, Chicago a policeman rushed into the s3"for Auditor. He was assistant under burning building and rescued what hu USH."rlpt In Now Vork n Auditor Hewitt for eight years and it lottur written by OLDthought was a beautiful woman over- - Christopher Columbus sold for S.OOO. s was his especial duty to make Men's, EERTHERFQRD HOTEL. with Treasurer Tate and he did come by the shock of the moment. He It consisted of ono hundred und sixteen eighty-fou-r words, and very make most of them monthly and bienni- bore the form in triumph to the patrol linos, and lirSIONVIU.K, KV. L'a8V wortls al that' w" spiled the al. Two months after he left the office wagon and accompanied it with a degree m w ' nmum p Proprietor, ?. ""fQREEN, Tate skipped out and his accounts show- of pride to the station, when it was discovered that all his gallantry ed that his defalcation had run through bpelllng, though in his day it was juntas H.iins lcui.ed the above hotel, tefitlcd and to Hn11 eat with a "1c" as in any n number of years. Mr. Green did not ism had been wasted on a wax figure Other way. discover anything wrong; if he did he And he went oh" and kicked himself. l.ery and Sample Rooms attached CHAi:u:i!Af.Ni:'s will is still is exist never said anything about it, and the We have it pretty straight that if Sen- ence. It gives an interesting descripquestion will arise, if he didn't, why tion of treasures which have long sJnco HOUSE, ator Heck had died died during the didn't he it he is worthy to be called an of the Legislature (.lov. liuckneri disappeared. Among theho were thrco accountant at all? Hven if Mr. (ireen F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, tables of silver and ono of gold, of can explain, we believe the people will who is very fond of him, would have sizo und weight. On tho first - - - Kentucky. want a new deal, and so believing we appointed Gov. Knott to fill the vacan- was traced tho plan of tho city of Con-- I London, have nominated the Hon. K. C. Warren cy. If the Legislature had adjourned stantinoplo; upon tho second u view of am better I hae moved to my new Hoteljand for Auditor and the nomination has been in time, therefore, it would have been Rome; tho third composed of threo prepared than ever to accommodate the public rones containing a description of tho Cood Livery attachi-- and every couenience very flatteringly received. Hurrah for Senator Knott now. ti.tem..c.ll. wholo unlverso, figured with skill and yRAS. Rur Lincoln county's entry A wealthy Jessamine county farmer, delicacy. Tjiciik Is still The Louisville Times celebrated its Fountaine Land, aged 15, was buneoed old manuscript in existence renowned of a translation of tho out of $."5,000 by a couple of men who THE CQimERCLHL HOTEL Hixth birth day by issuing a ediproposed to make him a fortune almost lliblo into the original Gothic. It is tion and crowding it full of good tilings. J I! OWENS, Manager, written in silver, on crimson parchANDThe success of the paper has been truly in the twinkling of eye. Another case of ment, and dates back to tho fifth or Kentucky. wonderful, even with its great resources covetousnesB and a further example of a beginning of tho sixth century. Tho Harrodsburg, fool and his money are soon parted. headings and a few of tho principal pasto command it Brains in the editorial I have taVen charge ol thu popular hcfl sages aro in gold. It numbers three aliru.clais manner in every rooms, capacity in the business manageTho House will commence its talk hundred and thirty leaves, with twenty, and intend Ittoitrun it in papered and painted from heme respect ment and skill in tiie mechanical departbeing top to bottom, the When the lines to a page. Thora aro only twoi evervtliins done t beddingit Uplciiantrenovated and ment have combined to make the Times on the tariirhill and mate hall nerr be urpau: Thetabla one of the very best evening papers in measure comes to the Serato how the kinds of punctuation used throughout J II, OWri. ed by hotel in this, section. the country. the volume tho period and the colon. country will miss James B. Beck. 1 in g ' j pot-hous- to-da- y When the Mnwn Foard communion in Ken-- tion to the Senate, aking to be relieved tho limin tliemo of discussion w- tuckv and at Washington. At the latter of their contract, was read, feenator place it seems a settled question that man is said to have denounced the fi.irlisl will in. plinsnn. but here in Ken- - comnanv as the most corrupt gang of tucky, where tho work is to be done, men thst hail ever infested the Statu und the matter isnotso certain. At piesent it charged that the administration of tho looks like Senator Wm. Lindsey has the 'executive olllce was in full sympathy call, with Gov. McCreary, Gov. Buckner, with thtun. He pronounced thocotninu-Gov- . Knott, Col. Breckinridge, John nication a mere bluff, and dealt in a tir- Young Brown and Jim McKenxio and ade of abuse of the lessees, the governor others discussed. This section is for and tho whole administration. To thoM McCrearv for anything he wants, but who are aware of the devious ways and politician, it whether'he will make an elfoit for the methods of this He, is unnecessary to do more than remind succession is a matter of doubt. this district in Congress as them of them. He is certainly fooling can repre-elongashe wants and goto the Senate as ' with the wrung man wlien lie gets alter' he is siiio to do, later. The legislature Gov. Buckner. who will not ho disposed being in session it will devolve upon it to condonos'.ich language made even un- to elect a senator at once and if the gov- - tier the protection of debate. It is notified it of the vacancy as he deed a shame that such a creature should promised to do yesterday, the balloting be permitted to vilify one who in lion- Bith. osty and singlencs of purpose ha" but will commence next Tuesday, While the people are for him we take it few peers and no superiors. that Gov. Buckner is out of the ques- The succession to Senator Heck is now 1 . J I AT- - THE LOUISVILLE STORED Spring trade of purchasing bargains that not o;; ,mr nptini's' hill e J duplicated nt j ' SVS.,Y7 mid eager Our till our EXAMINE OXTH PRICES I &,(!,,.', j i N- l ...u:. P "-- 7lZtCTV0T"t' -. Carpets, .Matting, $c, and flats, Trim fool your patronage. sured of There are hundreds of men don't buy their new String Stilt till about the 1st of May. By this they secure the the bud weather of ,'jpril very latest styles in the ma rhet. .hid right now the best are giving Clothing for the money, no matter what the price, of any house in this town. JTen's Blue Cottona.de pants o() cents per pair, sold elsewhere for 7) cents. s genuine sol elsewhere at 21. Seersuchcr Pants at vests made Louts and the material at 21, sold elsewhere at Sl.oO. will sell this a handsome line of Suits at 2) and, which are sold fit $7.r)() .. un wrjvwijgjtiirrt ..t predate ill buying Boys' Children's Clotlltllg that lit rP$UrdsStljlc, fuhrlc, fashion, patterns and $.J,J will .. v m III Dry he,,"" r"1'"?, L Suit worths J. SLoOwlllbuyan extra, nice Suit b"Va Boifs Knee and, C will bun an nil worth S.oO. bou's j; uiuuuy. .in .!..".,.Knee Pan Suit imrfh .!.. ana ,uage or yourselves. iuv .in .Mnin Street, Stanford, Mn. car-lottd- M. SAfcHSTGER, MANAGER. Ilr. r 1 l. y V-M- iiiot ing fgfE NEW GOODS ! -- Johnson ear-lou- d s j eelf-mad- e car-loa- d - llr 1,100-poun- 1 i PENNY, 100-poun- Dentist. Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, Full Line of e IS-pi- ! the-lOtn- REMOVED! ; j 1 he - Em.mersoivs Sons Gents' fine Boots and !.- j R. REAL ESTATE SEVERANCE & SON. Io-ga- n AYRES j ioi-y- r first-clas- new-office- SPRING CLOTHINC. l'u-las- . GHEES 5 HMWQH. , . Pincville, Kentucky. HOTEL. - ; Our Goods are Now All In !- -. j 11 NEWCOMB well-Vno- o j - ,.11 AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT line of Pants. - -- settle-inent- I j Hoys' and Children's Suits, Uglit and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large -- w fc'rtVcff.ra Ij-lt- a STAGG & McROBERTS. re-ca- ss THE RILEY lo , de-re- d. ' AT HM r ct1ST PLANTER HARDI3NT. -- ! 11 e A CORN oemfort-abl"forgu- A SET OF HARNESS. 3WJARK et. 9-- 3..1. -- . t ...J- - ?$ Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal bun. Manager BUSINESS. iI" ;.--, I H.O.WALTON, MEANS Tiik applicants for the new voting pre- waited upon by either S. S. Myers or A. cinct at McCormacks failed to appear be- C. Sine. fore the court yesterday anil we suppose J. M. H.wi. hoiiitlit of (). I. Xcwlnml the matter has been dropped for the NEW ADVERTISEMENTS HliurH Lincoln Nntlonal Hank htock nt present. DinnorSotH of Myers'. 101 pieces at TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. A Normal Institute of si weeks will becin at It lias l)uun mining for several tlayn, to-dn- Tin: murder case of Hates who killed to-da- y cooler weather IVnnv Wavcmiw anil jewelry ri'jiuireil anil Tin: harvest machine men and a patvHrimntiMl. A. I. Penny. ent medirine Hutu with a banjo picking, Tiik best jilace to buy tlrujis, patent iiit'tlidneH and toilet artieles jh at A. It. daneim; and Hiiiiriiik' nero, monooli.ed the attention of the court attendants) IViiiiv'h. Itm your Hchool books, ink,tabletf. yesterday. - pfter, ieneilH and whool BiipplieH of all Tint property on Danville street own- kinds from A. It. IVnnv. ed by the Iluuhes heirs and now PERSONAL POINTS. by Mr. Itenbun Unuleman, was oll at yesterday to Hub Mm I iui h Witi.c.h, of Cincinnati, l'Kl'iiiaiiJorS.I8 whs here yesterday. I .Miti. (!. II. Coopkk is cxjiiflnod to her iiak a line of me milinury, which I invito the ladies of McKinney and viloom with malarial fever. N visiting his cinity to call and examine before purMil. l.itwis Kosm.i. chasing elsewhere. Thanking the pubdannhter, Mrs. YV. T. Smith. Jon.v V. Mii.i.uii, of Jimiister, was lic for their kind patronage in the past, heiu Sunday on hii way to Middlesbo-10- . I solicit a continuance of the same. Mrs. M. V. Tabler. is cpundin a Mi. Mai'HK Wki-si- i A iiiim.i: of schwlule on the Knox-villweek with hor sister, Miss MaIe, at Division went into ell'ect Sunday. Tine Hill. There is no chatme in the express trains, MlsS lilt.VA ami Matkiis Koii.k xd but No. 2:5, day passenger, now pas-e- s I.rwIh GoniTf mi rived from (iroensbnrn here at 1:."0 a. m., " minutes earlier and yi'sterday. No. !M at I: Hi v. M., !" minutcH earlier. Mn. Ii HriBT, of l'inwvllle, spent SunThe local freik'ht, North bound, pases at day with his daughter, Miss Annie, at (l:.'V a. m., and South bound at fr.l't v. . ti College. Mi:, ami Mils. J. S. (iiiiMHS, of An ice cream frcc.r, which does its t his work in less than 10 second, was on exarilved Saturday to hurfily lieie. hibition here yesterday by Mr. J. I). M rTiTiin k was elected presiLewis, reprccntative of the State nien-cW. at Howling ireen. Milk, water and dent of the Stanford and MHIodKevillc beer were each separately poured in and TurnpikoSaturdav. Mn. and Mas. Kv v Vti:h are visIU in less time than it takes to write this ini; their daughter, Mrs. Jormima Cole-n- cune out hard frtw.eii. Von can hardly in Mercer county. believe this even aftei seeing it, but the Mils. J. II. Hoikkii ami children, of act lemaius never! helcs-s- . Kpriuu'tluld, Mo., are visitim: hor mother, Mms. Cocht" is unusually busy this Airs. Messick, in Danville. general lia C. II ys and Mrs. J. it. I.etch-o- r week. The Mils. J. her to keep a careful record of evspent .Sntnnlny and Sunday with the ery piece of mail matter and the weiuht former's jsirenls in (iitrmnl. of alt paid KUe matt er mailed at this U. S. Caiu'HN'tkk i Uikim: Hnclit ler roll's place in the Tribble House, June nili' w" til amount of ihmUiku there-Uo"' "tlier with tin- statistics of free City, during his TiiKS'ninMrxiil It.iwirtur Hiivh Plinrlov "Wltor lliailisl illimiU the SoVell COIIMTI1 My ' to Mny 12, boirln Webb, w ho is now a lirakciua'ti. luoke a tiv ,ly3 ning ami ending at . m. on thoedays. finder on his last trip from Onkdale. The order applies to eaih of the Hl.OOO M. Itotrr. STANroHO, of Kmiiklin, wns in the I'liiUs! States. here Sunday, the jMiit of mm of the lonely yotniK ladies who recently visited Wiiii.k returning from town Friday that piece. afternoon Mis. Nettie McKinney and F. A. CtrrnY, of Wayne, was here daughter. Miss Mary, met with an accident with an eye to localiui;. He did which was not fur short of a fatality. The not (turchaso, hutthinkh In; will return horse they were driving became frightlater and do so. ened and ran at a break-necspeed for MiAmstuii and Mif-- nearly a mile, when he was pulled into Mas. Mrtii Mattie, who have been spending the a fence. This upset the buggy and the winter in Korida, have returned to their occupants wore with great force thrown home in Danville. ty the ground, badly spraining the arm A mom. tho HI irrailuates at Daughters and shoulder of Mrs. McKinney and College are Misses !utie and Annie lirillhltlt fivu Miirv i.miuifli.rnliR Tin. Tribble, of .Junction City, and Dannie, vhit,,0 Wrts l,.Hv ,ImoliHl,ed an.lit was Harper, of Hustouville. a miracle that both Mrs. McK. and Mit. J. It. M Mill", "f the Central daughter were not killed. wis hor-- j yesterday raking in sub- old wribers to the excellent paper he, Majoii II s, the key here, has always claimed that he so well how to make. Mr. I)i:. I.. It. tiii.i.irm:, of Kansa?, butted a bull belonging to Dr. Montgom who was the beautiful Miss Cornie Coop- - ery todeath, but the statement is about er, is on a visit to her relatives here and as much believed as his other one that is at present the guest of Mrs. V. H. he used to "nuss" I'ncle Jimmy Warren, now .VI years old. A well authenticated l'eiiny. Maj. and Mns. 11. A. Kva.vs have of butting on ox to death, d from a protracted visit to )ier par-- ever, comes from Missouri. A negro cuts at Iiuisville and the major is now named "Hig ix" did it on a wager. AfoHn to proposals for surveying, analyz ter the performance there was a small lump on tht! negro's head, but he Butler- ing, Ac. Miss Daisy Hkiikci.k, daughter of the j cd no pain. "Hig Six" stands live feet Hon. Win. Herkelc, and Miss Gay Ford, ten inches, weighs 240 pounds and the of Hryantsville, have been for several muscles of his arms, shoulders and days the guests of the Misses Phillips, on chest stand out in knots. Danville avenue. Land Km minion to Somekskt, Ky. Misses Annkani Ki.i.i Shanks, who The Queen A Crescent Itoute will on May have sjKjnt the last live months with round-triex(iov. and Mrs. Kagle, in Arkansas, and lUth, 20th and 21st sell cursion tickets to Somerset and return .itlii.r frii.iiilu in tv.tnft.iH n ml Missouri. ' h,w ii of bu"neh for, t,M' after a delightful visit. Bl w.ll return and resilience lots, oil leases, Ac, on May Tin; inauguration of electric streetcars 20th and 21st. Somerset, tho thieen Ciat Knoxville was celebrated by a ty of the Mountains, is the liate City of at which Col. Masterson Teyton tlie great Kentucky oil fields, the county Furesponded to the toast, "Knoxville's of I'ulaski, the great fruit county of ture," in a manner which is highly com- seat Kentucky, a prosperous cityof :i,"(K) A plimented by the city papers. "Katydid," of magazine of wealth underlies tho countv Mas. J.I. Montgomevv, Ala., s,M.nt Saturday and or many miles cons.stmg o coal, iron, htl.ograph.c stone, building sundavwith Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge H. ,I',lt! s ""' " ort Yesterday to visit hor st0;'' and left call on or address agents of lrtl-iilarLick. Her husband parent near Faint the J. A C. Koute or agents of connect- join her later. w SenvtoiiH. C. ltKi.D, of Miles City, Hriiitvii Foil Tin: Kailiioaii! The is on a visit to his father, Mr. 20,000 to the C. A. Itedd. Tho senator took a hand in proposition to subscribe tho election of tho democrats whom tho capital stock of tho Cumberland Hiver partisan Sonatu failed to seat and is out-- ! Itailroad for tho purpose of buying the in this county, was voted spoken in his opinion that the "ltich Man's Club" was guilty of a great out- - Saturday in tho Stanford and Turners-rage- . Ho is confident of the great future villo precincts, tho only two in which it of his adoptetl State, which he is satistied was submitted, by the gratifying majori-wil- l show that she is democratic on all ty of 4S7. Our people have never been ZZH as unanimous on such n proposition he- occasions. foro and the vote snows now anxious CITY AND VICINITY. they are for tho building of this great thoroughfare. We wish wo could state China Tea Sets at S. S. Myers'. emphatically that the road would bo , . ... . . lei:-- , old soda water, tho best in the , , " cnintry, at W. H. Mcltoherts'. jr. jintiKton has promised to exam- his already ""! the lino in a ride over its entire M. F.KLKiNhtumlihMlto complete- butcher shot, a S150 refrigera- - length nnd Nashville parties are anxious to take hold of the enterprise. Tho road tor. will certainly be built and that before Mr. Sim Cook says it was a canard very long nnd Saturday's work puts us about his hoy getting lost in a hollow in tho best of shnpe to confer with those who wish to construct it. Tho vote in etump. detail is as follows; Stanford, No. 1, for paints. Fiiksii supply of issue of bonds 2 IS, against 13; No. 2, for Durability and quality guaranteed to bo 23 1, against 37; No. :i i Hubble), for 14, W. II. .Mcltoherts. against 4(1; Turnersville, for 153, against, Not ft hoof of stock wuh sold nt miction tW. The vote polled is not very large yesterday. It is to he hoped thnt ...1.,... l..it in addition to the proposition to is- the next court comes the second Mon- sue bonds beinir carried by 487 majority day in June wo can make u better report of.tho votes cast, it has u majority of nil the votes in the two precincts. than this. genuine .S. U. occii-pied publli-oulrry Laniiiictii'h (.nrlcii sw.lN fresh nn.l hut1t,,U h,Kllal wrviw l,ru,nisi'8 doar aml Hartleston in Wayne is set for trial nt LADIES - I Fresh Goods Monticello and Hon. It. C. War- I am Receiving ren, who is employed to prosecute, has V.vrry iluy mic' nling all thNvi'lti. rii FKKM.II MILLIM.KV It will pay you ! gip gone thither. n call pur. Iimii here 16 MI s I.cji.AN. i ls-- t HtiotuHvilh., public sale of lots in th booming city of Ashland will occur May 2('th. Investors would do well to read the ndveitlsemunt in another column and make it a point to attend. A oiiiHT T.y Turnpike Election. ThetKkh der .f the Crb On li ird ami () tciibcim I'urnpike will mrt .tlthr Harrn llou-- e In Crab On hard sfirday. Mm) Mh. fur the o'clock for the purpose , , cunning London, Ky., May 19th, CONnt'CTr.I) IlV G e 1 Kliza-bcthtow- n, vis-i- y Kt-mast- no-tifl- Institute. Tiikiii: was some caucusing among the W II MILI.hk. I'rcidcni i; republicans yesterday about a county All the Common School branches will be reviewed, giving special atticket, but if they did anything it did tention to those subjects necessary to prepare teachers not leak out. If they make any tight it for the most rigid examination. t will be by tho usual r,((cr for le pri.itel) my Firm kri mean", we ti the old Lewi I.'iiiford pia c. nr.ir Iht Si..nf. nl :ui'l The daily Drills in Calisthenics, Klocution, Penmanship and Methods opine. l.uncutcr pile. ami tunning ii.aily lullix Kivcr. of Teaching will be of Special Value. well nnprvfl, hat It cfHitainint 112 Acred Tin: following card was received yes- C.N.IVntcm, .in'l tht lanl m a fine ite of Call "ii or .I'iiln t at (iilK.rtu Clerk, Tuition, payable in advance, $$. Private boarding $2.25 per week. terday: "Horn, Klizabeth, to Mr. and Ky s I. WIT1IKKS. iMm Club boarding about Si. 50 per week. J. W. McCurdy, April J. ls!K), at Mrs. No new text books will be required except those furnished by Prina. M., 1,17 Frest avenue, Kansas City, cipal free of charge. Pupils will have access to the Seminary Library, Mo." The mother was Miss Alma Hays, which contains many valuable works of reference. Globes, charts and late of this place, ami her friends send congratulatulations f.o her and her liege other aids will be used in the class rooms. HfiBtfilwiruui, n count ..f my old k i.f lord. References: Our pupils and patrons. W. K. SHAW, Principal, Own bunt. nffr Sir ite pnvatflj m intcrtX in tb Muni now KCupn.l by mi', Until May 15, 35G K. Market st., Louisville. London, Kv. Tin: Somerset Iteporter say the Intk-itio- (fticirtTly ll. thi- St. Amph in Staiifunl, K) ainlal- -i th furniture ami Hxtunv JoritNAi. is usually 'M hours late in The Huum' i mw.lHltgibly lM.ail on Muin baa a kirgc uml dmiralile reaching there. As we mail the papers in the imrc tifIt buin4, priHtabl pdtrotuiKi' awl It ih ilmna are a KiitxtaDttal brtck buiUlmz ufuvt-- 30 nxMBu, with for that place on the nights they pm tur rafrchandiiiiHg, nnl MaMi twitrr printed, they should reach there the day ami uthrr nppurtt'iioiicp they are dated at noon, and we shall see Alwi iUMt houv ami lot in llu'Uillc, Ky if a little complaint to headquarters can Stanford n a priwpruu town with a pipulation not remedy this unpardonable careless- rf sn, rupHlly in. rrnic. in a pnwpeni iMH.tmn, I have secured one of the windows and a portion of Stagg & ha two railroad with prprcto mor', i a ic-- l ness of the mail clerks. place fur llolfl buMtiew, j ml a i.irble i.moiiini-tstore and on MONDAY NEXT, May 2,1 will be found e ill ready to repair Watches, Clocks and any and all kinds of Jewelry. I Tito ami farther parti, ilar- - m,iJt.e had by Tin: prohibitionists did not meet pubor Millri ,itt'nii UleC I'OKIMAN. mjudr licly to nominate county olhVers yesterM Stnf.il have had a long experience in that line of buisiness and offer my services to do work in the best and most approved style only. In about day, but the committee, Chairman John . Neal tells us, agreed to defer the mata week I will have a large and splendidly assorted line of Watches, ter till the June court day, when it Clocks and Jewelry, which I invite the public to call and sec and get I hav added new u horMi seems to be the impression that they bii'in, my om and sciond to my prices. my livery bu.inck, making M.iMe to will then decide that it is best not to none in ihi c linn lir-- t lav, turnout, on .bort notice nnd feedib by the ilay, uiek or month a nominate candidates. tj. penally yr , itj. il) V7. B. SHAW and C. V. LIMHTG, D Of the Southern Kentucky Normal Farm For Sale. . i still-hun- I i ;t i FOR SALE. I - HOTEL PROPERTY. inn-h- alf it , ni r TO THE PUBLIC. r Mc-Robert- s' y ture-id- , , ih-i- m Iiivory Stable. n - , '"' post-oiin-e- s Col. Hire Diddkkak is spreading himself again. Ho has just purchased of Mr. Lewis Duilderar 72 acres of land just below the ltowland boundary at ?1S ami will wo suppose lay it oil' in town lots. This is the biggest bargain we have heard of lately and the colonel is lion nil to mAko money on his purchase. tiiv-ens- 107- - im IIILRMU.MI ROBT. FENTZEI.. J urn tinn Citv. Ky For Sale Twenty Itniltliu In ihe IA 11 I -H- Lots K, .4(5.4RUPLEY, orj orate limit of HoAlan'l J it lKI, wland Sat-nrda- y, k s Hiniioi kmu.k. President J. t. of the Harbour ville Iand and ImSTAVFORI), KY provement Company, was here Saturday. He says that his company is mak- Engineerincf and Surveying; in Goods all branches. ing big improvements anil that Harbour-villcoming town. Already $('.0 , is the 000 worth of lots have Deen sold at schedW. ule rates. The auction sales, if any, will a Candidate to reprecnt Lincoln onnty in the I. not occur till after tho Middlesboro sales, Con.titutioiml Cenvtiition, e , HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, Is Receiving His Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Give him a call. II. 3IILLER Mny 20-:!- l. Itec-on- l, well-know- n dar-kno- Mit. W. It. Mookb writes us from Dil-lio- n I a Candidate or Clerk the that our Crab Orchard correspond- lubject to the action ofofthe Court of Appeals, IJemocratic party. ent is mistaken in saying he is up there Klcciiou Aujust, iSuo. on a visit to Wix Dillion. The fact is he is at work at the saw mill and has the MISS 31. F. Ilrinkley A.A.WABBE rra "MODEX GROCERY" .GO TO. w i hardest job there. He also sa8 the river is in line tlx for tishing and tlshermen are cordially invited to come up and stay at the free hotel that will be open this week. KATE KOGLE For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks And Spades; ! a Candidate fur re eierii'ii to the mtii e of Superintendent uf Common Sul.ouN, Election tint Monday m Ativunt next Farm For Sale. to tell my larni of about 130 ,ti res, about i'4 mile north of Stanford on the Huth llranch pike, opposite the eld chun h There are alwut so acres in vhcat and rye; the balance of the farm ell set in timothy lood dwelling of four rooms and kltihen and a splendid new barn, is well watered and fenced. Possession an be then immediately, hor particulars, sew llaiTey, Stanford, ur write the nndcrined at K WITHERS Cinemnati, Ohio I situ-atr- Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red & White Onion Sets, Pens and IScans in bulk. Also a full stock of Landreth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers. how-turne- 1 j is made by l'rof. Hicks, the weather prophet. "The tlrbt two or three davs of May will be cloudy nnd wet and will be followed up to the reactionary moder ations about the 0th, by cool days and nights witji hard frosts in many parts of the country. Tho euuinoxes of both For Salo---Bric- k Mercury and Vulcan fall on the 1J, hence, In huh I now lise, wett w 11 Tin' rather gloomy prediction for May deirt J.I Residence Mam DRUCSand JEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, ' p to-da- "f9 V1 ban-iUe- t, MKinr, Wo. k, as the expect about the 11, 12, 13 and 14, business block km Stanford Ounlesll (IWSI oppoKY J site Court Square, a succession of hard storms. Tornadoex at this time will ben natural result. He on the lookout, should angry, electrical I otfer my Hotei 1'ropertv situated at Kinfisville, clouds gather about these days. Late argain if sold at once, northward will come after t.uuoln ounty, Ky . at a al) necetsary outbuild-ins- , frosts to tho jntainim; 10 good whisky .Vi A ! en tho storms of this period. Earthquakes Ii is been votedsplendu'inpla e to uiitj s.m Ie will exr tatk tut c V MiC ARTY, probable. Secondary disturbances about change. Addms le, Kv Ki"i 7 if the 1Mb. The equinox of Mars falls on the liith and will intensify the htorm peto the I'tlth. This may riod from the a danger period. Watch the be counted 'J2d, Mth and 2rttli. Storms about the :;oth." street, and the For Sale or Exclratige. 1 roi-tn1 Jewelry and Silverware. 1 MAMPBEN WAT(DM9 The Best Railroad Watch. Prompt given 1 Attention to Fngrav A.; SObSwx U. &42$SmVr&3BiEari Prescriptions Care ad, hme-McKinn- CHURCH AFFAIRS s ..... f - Knoxville has :tl churches, repre- senting nearly every denomination. un-da- y ASHLAND, KY. fully Compounded ing and Repairing of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. at all hours, day and n?"ht. ' "nt'ri-Montan- right-of-wa- y ,, ... - ready-mixe- d llrst-clas- The new Christian church in this tkeASHLAND improvement go. city, one of the finest structures in the W ILL ON .State, will be dedicated on the tirst in June. Carlisle Mercury. The Southern Baptist Theological TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1890, Seminary commencement will take place SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION May 'JO. There will be about 12 full graduates and three times ns many more Valuable Building and Residence Lots in the various schools. In tho City and Suburbs of Iite advices from Japin sny that Hew T. A. Ijuige, belonging to the Methodist mission of Canada, was stabbed to death by two burglars in his residence nt Tokio, April o. Ono of the murderers has since been caught. AhIiIiiimI Iiuh i .rou furiiui'i"- li"llier itourisli. On May 15th the Methodists of the lug indi!trnt iisIiik iron ore, t'uiil lire lay. lino State will celebrate .the centennial of hard and m(t hihiiIh uietulltc ore for imliita. eto , their first conference. Tho celebration found In uhiimltiiiee near by Han lite railroad", In r iiniiiuiul. trims will be held on tho Chautauiiua grounds lsi. tine rlvertut rheuper Dial andbus lowerliaturul better piirlutioii rates, Lexington. Kmineut speakers from udVAUtai:es lliun uny tow n Miutli nf the llliln. at eliurclies. parks I'optilatliiii. 7. i: irood several diilerent States nre to make adund every home- comfort mid attraction. dresses. People of nil religious beliefs nuw, at low price, will A lot bought at Aslilund nro invited to attend nnd enjoy the occa- double in alue III a short time. Ureal enterpriser, sion. Uasket dinner will bo served and nre on foot und the progress Is rapid. Write for limiilMiini' pamphlet or Inloriiiatlnn to rates. railroads will give The various congregations of" this iTeJSHUHD IMPROVEMENT GO. place are making an effort to secure J. H. Culpepper nnd M. A. Williams, two noted Southern evangelists, to hold union meetings here. They carry their own tent, which has a seating capacity of 1.200, nnd also have a cometist and fine singer. Subscriptions are being taken nnd those wishing to donate can bo B. H. DANKS, Jeweler, w. I Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. J S WELLS, Pb. a. Preuc. Clk. I.. A-- X. W. B. MoHOBEKTS, Main Street, Opp Courl-IIous- .STANFORD, Ky. SEW FUMITUKE STORE! MACK EWFMAN, FTOF, ASHLAND. - hit! half-far- e ASHLAND, KY. ;. .. . Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can he bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. tekA -- .'- IJglx - ' j u.. , . ;. - "; j . , "- - '''- - ' '- - -' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! .May 0, animals ok the farm. O. X.. CROW Has leased one d th stable at Pence A Farm track and will iun a general PBIiTG three. Year-Ol- THE FANCY SAPPLF. STALLION, E3-j" . d Stanford, Ky., TO STOCK 1890 KNOWLEDGE USEFUL BREEDERS AMD FEEDERS. Kcerl Wallace Denmark; I -- Regular "Wilkes j I Publluhod Kvory Tuesday and -- 4M -- PKH YKAH.IX AD When not so paid The sheep indiistiy Is grovlng in its proportions away down hive in Alaluuna for several reason. There is j largu K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. for sheep to food on; largo t rat to Train leaven Rowland at jooj in , returning of latul uiifvuml ami tinued hy the at 5:30 p. m. owners, as pasture grounds are free to stockmen. Second, tin native grasses L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. on these pine lands are green and plenti .11 s am ful nearly all the year round. 1 liird, the Ma'l fain going North 110pm ' South U5lPn price of southern wool, the best clip, Express train " South ..317am brought twenty six cents per pound, and " ' North ...6 10 a m Loral Frelcht North 538pm the wool on these unimproved sheep South averaged one dollar per head. Those The latter trams also arry passengers. The above i cah ulated on standard time Solar sheep are gotnl breeders and the lamhs time is about ao minutes faster are worth one dollar er head. Fourth, the Terms. stockmen tell me they do not feed their sheep at all, and otiu obC. A. BENEDICT & CO., served that, as to salt, the sheep Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, did not know what it was. Fifth, GRMYILLE SMITH, the water is pure and plentiful the TANFORD, KY SIR Hi H C. I CI..W i county being well watered with springs, Wells drilled to order aud Pumps furnished at creeks and rivers, which are clear a Ii.iiii tin dam ,iiinin s. J? factory price. crystal. Sixth, hero sheep bring u fair V I.CIas l.s t sliKan. dam s.irtn... dm of price for mutton. Only a week ago a in j 3. ht, In'tiiss- ji'ntml dam AtN-s- .lam i4 M. KRTJCE, . sheep man shipped seventeen head to j in 3.1 ltt. sill lie limited t.. t. n 1. n.s.sl tnare Oralis ille Mobile anu he reeoi veil $'i.'2o per head. at th, serj l..w prics'of LIVERY, UU AND FEED STABLE, They had 1hcii sheared and tin owner $50 for the Season, declared they had not Iveen fed a single STANFORD. KY. W'v h the ane return prisilege mouthful of anything. Without any SPECIAL ATTENTION... COMMERCIAL ownership in the land to speak of, there ciav. al i per .Mare Irsim a dliaiiim.uiih Hay and grain if deirv.1 at travelers. Horse and mules bought and sold. are several tdieep men who own from P.n' taken In aulini .Ss buin.it liveryhoresnnd sehi. les used Only two to live and si thousand sheep at a liable lii.nl.l ans Ai iir SMI III P. mill.- k W mere nominal eot. The county is one hundred miles long by forty wide, and will sup'sort an iitiinliei' of sheep. The lands are Will make the present se is n .tun place 3 miles very cheap to all who wish to engage in on the Kicbm. ml pike and will east of Lancaster the sheep business. There are To.OOO be permitted to serve mares it a!ed pril jlh llay .tallion. ift hands b jb acres subject to homestead entry, and slain by i.ray Kaelo, d dam by Cop iS6 His to Insure a Living Colt, nearly all the large tracts can lie lmught perbottom,itAl Hew.ist.ired by Messenger Chiet, $10 Mcenijer for les than one dollar per acie. Cor. Jr., by; Messenser Chiel, sire 01 Maud id dam b Money due when the colt Micks t toH it dam Jennie Elmo a ,o; Tommy Wilhiw, Jr , is a beautiful bay, 10 hands Southern Live Stock Journal. Mamtirinn Mestiiin-- , 3d dam b) Muinbuno Chief, high and ha, splendid stsle am1 action He was 4th dura by Imp Napoleou: cth dam b Tempest. hes, he h Harry sired by Letcher's Tomms 6lh dam by liser; 7th dainlis Danish)' K.irly C'lilrUens. Wilkes, record 2 13V4 ; he by GeorL'c Wilkes, recth dam I y Cannon's Whip: tith dum by With a setting of eggs from the fowls Mnpp Par ii:on Messenger Chief was sired by ord 2 32, the Ktentest sire of all stallion the sire of Jack-oMeses;er First dam by old Stonewall selected as parents and a real determined AbdullahbyI'dct, istdani bs Mamhrino sir-- Maud more Kd saddle horses than an) other stalbon MamVino Chief. At He id dam Mars el j .: ManHis dam was known by ever) bod) sitting hen one is ready to begin business. Messenger i6S : bel 1 in Kentuck) as the old Win I.uk mare ji1., Itoltrt H. record 2 y trial If the weather is cold it is better not to ning colt stand good tor the sen ice ones The ji I, and oilier fast CONN. adhere to the stipulated thirteen eggs for J Abdallah I'll, t was sired by Alexander's V dal ti.iHm hs setting. Ten will do better, or even lah;istdam lllandinaRed Nfanihrmo Chiet He a sired Pnkard iVi. Jim and olhets eight or nine if very large. If the sitter bdallah tire of R)sdyk"s Alexander's sire of Dester 17V,'! sired Dold.mith has made a wise choice for a nest let her w h.. in turn sired 14; Mai.rEdall DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. have her wav in this respect, remember Maid McGregor j 17. sire 19, Itonme Autirusor ol Robert , ing that the position must be a warm one s ifttJ.At.Ac Dealer In St. Kllilo.rev.nrtl jo. was ire oy .siesanuer s and free from draughts. It must nUolx Alidallan, dam said to be h) Imp l!lHiindr,.Vc Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps secured against intrusion of other fowls Mambriiio Chiel. tbe sire of the sei.osid dam of Messenser Chief. Jr sired the srut Lady Thome Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, aud all disturbing causes. turn sired i i8'iand Mainiiruio Patchen; svho In and better Tinware, Furniture and a others imi" Nests should not lo too concave, hut Loudon a jot, and Wike J i)'j; also sired General Line of Groceries, quite tlat, o that the eggs will not lie on andWilkes j tithe dams of (Juy of ij others svith and the dams each other. If one gcU broken the others records of a 30 and better Fancy Candies, Crots 'lies, &c. He will staid the season of i&fO ut our stable All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods. should be washed in warm, not hot, nenr Turners lllc at PostofTue, Livingston, K). water, to keep the pores open. See that thd hen is fed and watered each day at a $10 to lusure a Living Colt. (Livery, eed and gale (Siable regular lime, aud guard against letting ;. c.o B it J. F. her stay oil the nest too long, as she may, 9 if comjR'lled to find her own living. Now, while the hen is sitting let preparation be made for the comfort aud web fare of the chicks after they are hatched. Standard, No 111 ' We may still observe the old proverbial admonition in regard to "counting the 'I his sounc roadttr talhon is an in'. red .old chickens," but if the lirst trial fails there dust foaled m April, S.S' Is bav full id bands, speeds and will le no time wasted if the coop has disposition une'clieu in style, at lion, finish and W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Imwii prepared in advance, for there will t online, lull brother to Lstelle trial ; nl. speedy and LONDON, K , old trial 13? and Monlrne. the 1h plenty of time left to "try again," and aadi (.olJdust Good turnouts ard saddle horses always lor hirt Sired by i. prcmitimtolt oi just here is another advantage gained by 4400(b)' (.olddusl 150, by Vermont Morgan Closon reasonable terms London is the mostconven oSV and Johnston o4J, ient point on the ranroad to reach place in the beginning early. American Cultivator. er related to Maud ft old stalof the Mate in the mountain other sta'lion the first than ! ter-litor- S2.50 will be charged. Tlir Sheep Industry In IIhMstIh County, .l.i.-Mn- ck still (irurini; at lairgei on l"ttstiirei Lsuils Gmtlnc Tract VANC K t'litenceil ut One Dollur hii Aero. Friday y . ' . . 1 I'oaled Mas I. H" .is a m h Mah cony ha), iv4 hand high, heass mane and t ol, i irii ll fine and fin. , is bold a natural an. pleasant saddler, SIRBP UY KIENXI, breeds fmy and when intl slrisen ill harness He is hi.li tail style on both oes tiki a trotter (Full brother to Kins Rene t.3M s ijr sides to the third generation - ! keil b) thordam by Almoin IVtrtm a jM. " of Almont oughbreds on loli sides, niaUnil bun seryaitise V and sprizhtl) in Kait; in form and rinisti a perlet t STOCK FJtittl, C.arwrd Chiel. sire ( IUs4l Duke s jljf model llewassireil In Sumpter Penmark.be BONNIE t dam by IhMMr's site ef sl dam of b (oMldards Denmark, he lis l,alnc& Cram dam hy Orsiv Kal wall's Hallmark, he b theuue horse. Denmark SI ASON OF isjLady Davis dam was sired His he hs Imp lledgeforei dam by Cpperhcttmi, sir of dam of Itasil Puke b Sir Wallace, he by TiMhunter s bir Walhtie - vstM mak." tin' h 4 ii ii , lia"i..nTh. I..II. d d.m b he h) s,r Albeit, (thoroujlibrest) iitb-iMt Danvillr. K; mi i lit m l.i dam of irirmitis b) Iranbs, trmrwiich-bresof natural sikihI, PKNt'K he h tbe celelrated Mason's Whipp, jd thir.l ha At j ears old and d im a liipp mare made a record of i osera sers alms track This is no mark ol his speed, as he h shown trials in a al and quarters Very hands 111 J4 seconds, whuh is a ratcal i id. ,'. an. I Mattie Gen. s a ' ! nil tin tl .1 t Mime and blsiod like, and after serving a limited 4' ii number .f mares w ill l worked fur a last r urd MAMIlUINo 153-- . Its AliPM-LAl- l y Mil With tbe blood nt ll.iuibtetoiii.in, Manihrino .I..m I'll., 1.. Lm.hs OhI Oit'U.t.n F.dss in Forrest, and a. great lr's Denmark, he b tin raichor. Henmark; bis Aliu. th. in f Chief Pilot. Jr , and .lam M,.llic mlr. Is Asant an individual as he is he should make a great dnml'lnrire; d tlaiii In Moutiointy s(liser; id .Ui.1111 Si! !'' and Nir.i li - ., stink hotse. Will make the season of i.rf) at the dam by Old Prtstnon. Tom i a Hue shapsrd burse h,.,'Uh Mam 'iini.bs Almoin ot Pence A' mane and tail, ijlt Majidn n j l lads b;Hr..wn stable of Sianl.rJ, Fams at thetr track i1, miles blat k with hcas s jddlr aud has pros enhands hich I d Mam nimn hlmteli a West and is a natural Cln.l fani) bleeder. 1 dam I aims l.s Hen t rank It I he sboss of iSn at i.h k will make tbe i Mare in to I dam Nan.. I.) Sax Wrlim-ins Isrm i mile, fntin llustonsille, near Carpenter's station, and will !e permitttd t seise mans Mares parted with forfs-i- t insurausc. M ires kept by the insurant e. Season, $40 for at teasonalile rates, but no repssibillts for escape or aoidtnts. s With u.iial letumprisilv- -, t maio n pnmnR Breaking and Training Stable. Standard. hands, lie has had sullicient experience to make him an eiiwrt in ilic hiime and his rates will be very reasonable. One him .1 share of sour patronage. II town Horse, 16 fsalesl Ma, iSSs. DM Dark l is i" hands Hfh, weight ..i..U Foaled I uue, V CI. W WILKK. II llib) Getrse Wilkes he by Rysdsk's HamMr t man olunler First dam bs luiiilar; he hs KrsuLr Wilke is as fine paitrd hrseaa will lp He has nescrbtci fuiind in the t ilkes famill handled (or peeil but can .. vets fast make the eaiti f itoatmv homeiwi miles fmm llusimnillecm Dansillt ptke at it i,o - i', rt $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Lien rei.mied tl . oil till the n.rslsr m..ic) is paid Maresr. 't ' n lea, nal.ls tirru N. rr sp. lii ilits t r a id nis r ipt- J r I AND. M.ircUnd. K). . Quinine S., 11043, i 1 1 -1 iaheri (at hlB: ll ri TOM ROBINSON, -- Redlight 5822, lull biotliti llteetrtsl i 11 $30 R).,t Insure a to Ik Ufa Id i ', t Foal. ean KING Will BTTCKsDElT it or Wallaco atSID; Tom atSIO DENMARK L.EXBLL. ri, ptrmitt ( $10 to Insure a Living Colt. King Buck 'en i i bnjbt ims will mi iy wliilc is istsj hand hih, nne inane and t ol. ot tine as tion and is a natural saddle horse lie is hy Miser King, the great premium Ix.ist, Ml dam by Imp. Iluckdcn. wl dam by Penny's Prtanon. t4 dam by Kilmotc. I ilmore was a great show horse in his das. He waby Mont cstmerv's Whip and out of a mare hy frank, I bur Highbred. PUNCH A FA RR IS, Stanford 1 . I. - s a handsome toll, t Wallace nne sle and of ui al hltsod. will be usod privately. Stntk commitiesl to m) care ann breeding will reeeise mi rerstMsal attention l.rass furnished at reasonable rales to be paid l r before renins al of No resMiihtlits for an idents i r tsap stoik stm of dam by ItilmoB!. strval s,i Hi tW list ami nod miss saTno , 3 .',. sin? at iilarn by Krtc--- n la the lri and gniHslsifssf 1 dam hy Vermnot lllark llwk KmcvW, eesm-,,, Riadvk's llaml.lritmian, dam Marhres. by Stsls s Am.tnsn Mar Ketllicht will make tmat W...I of lawM Stistk Farm simile east City t 1 d - a IS. ii$' j.and Pm.ih'II if (.ainhirl, pa'i, INFIFLP dam -- Jtstl obi ty itf f llobla ami Stones. mir nt dam of KrtVrenesi a'r s.m t i.. s $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. U I M, l I shi. I s Cut , K seao Partinc with stoi k forfeits insurance and makes due J Sll.ll K I AKl'iMl K I III (OMI'IM.P s in. - j'l'i. Arthur Sims, 3041,!Harrison 0hief rj.nn ili 1.. Jr- le .1 inaH t At I first-cla- ss 111 rd At - )i tlir . a. tin mi i sis 01 . Tommy Wilkes, Jr. Govor's Messenger. I r v 1 n. 111 1 1 J.H.HILTOnST Queens-ware, 1 1 Rar-01- 1 r A-- Oorsey Golddust; , -- '. 50 REWARD I ! I will pay a Keua d nf Fift) Dollars for informs-tioon const, u ..fan) unauthorised person Found Cutting Timber or Damaging any Improvements fill"uuig proprrt) 'lhelarmsat Huln..nd known a W A Cash's, Tim Hutchison , George Ilaugh's, Ilastin Heirs', S H. P. Young, oun' aire ilaic,V. Terry's, Win. Long's Hutchissin's 40 arre farm, At Cox's (lap Freeman and K E Itarreu umber tracts on lluck Creek, joy aires. John 1 iiriibuU's, ;i7acre, John lluchanan's, 30a aire. M. J. llarri'(oo iicres, II. i'owers', 100 acres John Auderson s, 14 acres, Wash Harris' 57 aires, Freeman', 800 acres, Kobiiison Mill tract, I. 'lobin's farm, llryan. in the 1 1 tract. Strode Hoiix, Cuttaite nir depot at Crab Orchard, lintel, Cottaaf andStorehouse at Otten-heiJ OITKNIir.lMKk. 102.6m Kidd'sfarm, Joel Petrev's farm, A. Gooch's larm, W. Collins' farm, on Glade Ridse, 600 acres, Henry Miller's, $o a- - re, Helir Miller , 442 acres Stephun Ilurch's, a$a acres, D II, Ldmiston's Agent for (Iw ner and that tlm feet are not injured. Continuing the writer well say: "I havt seen u smith shoe a horse by lilting out shoe ut a time, aud when he was done the horse hail four different fhaped feet. Have the shoes all fitted before nailing. Make the forward shoes just alike in shape, weight and width between heel calks, then put them on. Then shoe the hind fet't in tlm same manner, a I way; remembeiing that steel shoes are tin lightest, best and in the end cheapest. American Cultivator. fci--e lion to trot in publli as fst as 3 s: sire of Cijsir elte, dam of Rosalind Wilkes the fastest mare of 'Never let your blacksmith scorch, the Wilkes famils, i5'record ii'VtiWhirlwind a .14, Etelle a I anil) (.olddust 2 scar aud bum the hoof to lit his shoe, 01 Dam Florence dam of Kstelle 3 jj'J, b) t.olden Morjan sonof in repeated observations to see if the shot MincoChief. the t.afi's Comet has e a strong pel formers t Over oo of will lit. It is not necessary to touch tin and Morgan blood Dorses Oolddust will make the present season at foot with a hot shoe." Owners of horse; miles from Staulord 011 llustonsille ins should attend to the shoeing themselves, pike place t at 'I liis liny llfirseshnei, $20 to Insure a Living Colt. tin Mare kept isen s r it Personal alien reasonable term t responsible lor a 1 idents F. KEID. 11 LAH0ET, 7871. Standard under Rule 6, 7 And t 1st Drerfuot 1'ariii. Ueerfosjt farm, al Southboro, Mass.. mond, by HainidatcniHli. b Edwin Fntrest the hiuuiuer residence ol Kdward Hur ad dam Mm Stevens by Mambrino Chief. Polly Steven sd daus on husine licit, is run for profit and ami liny llishinond.sira o( Fit, rocord principles. It embraces !1D0 acres. Tlu sire of dam of St Clowl. record ?i tilth riKhl front ht and sote ..inti.t, brown products of the farm are widely known left hind pastern svbite, fonled May ;i, ir. I finished H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor for their excellence. "To produce the a handsome and scry stylish colt, high aud feet E. poVer: with best" is the motto of the tarm. from tin and cod- reat musmlaropen and bis Iit and his trappy Hisaition is are Jersey calf to the gilt edge print of but- breeding encellent Prelemlei is last, showed a setouds and is lv Dictator, sire nl i No Hotel in Kentmkyh.it a better rrpulat.on, ter, from the sucking pig to the strip ol liiarter anv and its pr prietor is dcterimued tint trotter whose average sseed is tirvatcr than well breakfast bacon. Kvorything produced three sired b other stallloiis His dam Is shall be maintained son ol Hamhleto-man- , on the In nil is made ready for the con- hred duuuhterol Euhcewood,scr) saluaMi- hore and he should make sumer, thus saving all the profits Usually He will stand He has rccemls at' Jed to iu ap.ointinents divided with the dealer and the middleInsure. At Ten Dollars men. Two large stores aro now devoted to the sale of these goods in New York Livery Stable and one in Boston. American Cultivator. A First-Clas- s in PRKTENPF.K So. of Dictalorand Winona b) Almont ...by U.iassisuii dam LahCflsa ban of Humbletomaii. dniu l.ady Rorkaftllerb) Arner can Star, art dam Has Richas-V- J, THE MYERS HOUSE 1 -I- I In-i- s - 111 .1 - Pool and lSilliardParlors Commercial Travelers and others to To accommodate the demands of his increased transient patronage, I'ct "turnouts furnished Grade Good brood mares farm. Keep all the good mares aud con tiuue to grado up, that each succeeding salted. generation will be better bred aud rulse SHIED t MESSENGER CHIEF is.15, by Pilot R. B. liotter colts. The marea can do the farm First dam own Abdallah CJcn. George II. Thoni $15 to Insure a Living Colt, sister to work aud raise valuable colts, while a as. sire ol Scott's Thomas, record 11, by .MamTO SUCCESSOR brino Mes.encer: d dam bv Mambrino Chief, 3d gelding or a mill" is a useless expense on dam by Imp Napoleon; till dam by I einpest; sth I wnl also stand at the same plate my fine Jaik, the farm. When all our farms are dam by Tiger- 6th dam bv Damuby s Dlnmetle: M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, th dam stocked with brood mares aud greatei l'ar.igoii. by Cannon's Whlpp: Mb dam b Shipp dut .it 611 4TH AVENUE. Ai Slin to Insure a Lmnz Colt Moiie-care given to breeding the better class ol weaiiini' lime or when mart- Is parted with He is EF. J R S M EmSENGER CI horses farming will bo more profitable, a brown jack with while points. ) ears old in June ' Vermoiit, Jr. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY tlam and lull ij'i hands lush IIhw.is sired by Aiken's for then) is no product of the farm that by Imp SiMinaii. dam 1st d.iin lilac I. illiam be by King Phillip KinK by llnnner s (rav raiijle ,jm sells for better money than good horses, Nobbiest & Most Stylish The Satin Jciini't. she was sired by Kim; Phillip; id by Olislott's t dam and the brood mares work for their keer Vermont, Jr., by Vermont: dam by Oliver Mes- tlam by .Morecasile, he b) Jun P. rter, Thn Jat k -- Stock ot- has irovon himself a liiiebreeder A number ef his liesides. Western Agriculturist. senger Chief, Sr . 11rudu1.nl the following' Maud ttilts liuve sold for Ji at wounins time Marvel it, llessie Money due when theMBssengeri 16H. All 1 atH, ur i!t i foalinl paid mare imried Rolwrt H 3SHt Mannins M. a is Ciniili. , ,3i, jo. Gusto's, i i$, Messenger Girl 30 with Lien retumwl tillPmone)LOGAN. Owner. s KatherimW 34 When the comb of a fowl is large and Prstly lielle 1 8. sinic by Messenger ..'annie II , S aire of Messenger Chief. bright colored, showing it to be full of sliowetl vb limes andJr , is theblue nblns Will wore $ finest show m.tre in Rue nay Kver brought to the city nt Louisville, now open blood, and shaking with every activity of Kentuckyhe thinks she i the the bird, she is in a healthy, laying conincluding the Messenger Chief, Jr will make the season ol dition. With this condition of the comb 1890 nt KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CD'S. HATS you will discover the utmost activity in $15 to Insure a Living Colt. My fine tack, William L)'e, black with meal) siNo have And also my own importation of English Hats your fowls, starting at everv, bound or lioc .4( hands biirb sired by Eyle's Imp. and Caps. An elegant lino ot Canes aiidvj.yon'i motion; the movements are not like a will make the season out of a splendid Two Very Fine Mule always on hand Fine ucrvoilri jump, but with an elastic spring, ofiSooatmj siable between the Danville and Celebrated Umbrella a livmj,' colt. (bowing a condition of vigorous health Which I will stau.l ut S10 to insure A lien SEAL SKIN SAGQUES, CAPS, On the contrary, if the edges of the comb money Iswill I rstauied on colt until the soa so Stanford and Danville and Hustons IHc pikes at paid. presjack will make, $8 to Insure a Living Colt. and wattles aro a purplish red and the Tbe above honcsand two milea South the StanFurt, a specialty Order Cloves and other of ent seiton at my tarm guaranMarcs patted with forfeits uisiiraiirc and ni.uc of city solicited, perfect uisrrt or Movements sluggish, there U disease anil ford Ky ,011 Somerset pike - in It. LNGLMN f si's due , M.S. 1UUGHMAN. Sianfs.r.1 yi dancer. teed Unit t Ian to order a NOIIIIY Ha i Vmerictu Poultry Yard. - are a fortune on tht C. Messenger Chief, , Jr. i' hands high, Hay stal'ion foaled in is line stylo and well weijins 11.. pounds, GEOGEGHAN, s. un.l and all right W ill not Nr allowed I. t r mares that are not rvilar l.rocders Monet .. (st.iud .1. k. 'e f when the . oti omrt, mare sold or Irausfnrrd A M tiitli lien w ill l held on all soils until paid for Pest tiLiin.n ani Pedieiet Harrison Chuf. Ir I h- - tl o t rlennll) '.ted ms t will mafic Ihr is a led sorrel , stands is hands j nit hes it, heif i. 'Maples, t,o wilts fmm esrs Illatl. sljlli.m. hantishifh. f.ssled si- '.reJ c tster on suiiford tuke. whete ihes will I, It Ian s ) .y old this sprint has big lad and nunc II md is Harrison t hlef, he h) Clark Chisf, the f b) A l.o;i.sn.ilh, its iiil). Nt iraiit at an lime reads to .rm man I ady 1 home t is His dam Lute, the dam "' Sired hy t asiel sr toAr. lla.ker s tvl ThaitamofllarrisvotiCliier.il 1st dam Woburn Maid, l) U oloirn ,ii ARTIIIR SIMs. hy a ton ot s wllnn's MainhriH'. he ..til of a marr ( The dam of Carser, t ?',; b) Alrsaader's AbsUHah, ni dan. I.y Minesi let, jnii dam b) a Mmbrino horse slass he l.v Old I.ennaUHi. id dam bs Shstthjn s Totn II) Ilea. Kassn. record s 11, HH 14 in t d dam by Mambiinn Messenjsr. hy Veiman in jj class i'astelar, 106J by Volunteer, ss, sire al St. Jul-itf- li aad to111, dam Daughterlien Arthur Sims' 1st Hill, he hy IImII StnsklwV's. lib dam ) Da Hero, of Crmket, sth dam by Halt arts, Mhdani l. We!..' t 14. en nt dam Mis Nodiae by Ham! Arthur, by lloarnsm C'hlaf, mond, soa ol Putter's CU) ; nl dam Well's Star, dam. Lady 1 t aavd 1. man) other ood oosss tire Is Crusader Mstsd and Mr II Wilson Cyaihiana. ky dam of Arlillcrs 2 Jisj, and .Mtnle.!) a , by out of Lilly Anhur, Ihnrouchbred lleiaubassd. cssmhins-- iWdinj, fullafhraiher uf Hams. .sold is (. Aincroan Star, 11. jd dam bs Uettrand. 1st) i)i, rus.tls high and has pros, hinsself sMe Jr , for St.soo; also sold l others at Si, 710 Woburn, fi, hy Hamblctoman, lu, ist turn a Nne breeder Will stand al . ltesvaker stdd another combined, gelding for 101; and dam, the Miss Loole), b Irle,-ra.lSrsrxt. so you ran mthe breed nf this lmr is m.r dam ot t.eo Coolcy. bv sasidht after than any Mbrr stallion, as tliey br.ra the $20 Ed Ilarluw will stand it ins uble. 3(s'miles belter pn. than ans other stallion .k and iDls from Stanford on the aess While Riser turnpike, near Duddrru'- - Mill WVANDOTIL. sj Ms spk-u.l-id ouiig Sadd't sijii,,,,!, bred sons ol It) MetnsrH'kiau, one el the Living Colt. llambletoman, I. jsiai f r to dam At Hsatvalb bv oluntrrr. sss oud dam Clara the ! dam uf Dextel '7 and Dictator, the sire of litres lor a 17; I'hallas 1 ir'4 and Jay t.)e see I still also gisc a 10 premium for the hsst male 1 10 1st dam l.adv Welch hsillw m WeUh. sire Wl mi. t tltr .,..111 al my si r m s. Colt and j;.f" tor the oet l.orse soil ol Ed t td get tone thnssn in Stanford the first Monday at Prince Imperial 2 J)sj aad Jeremiah t an inhird ss agnner mare I ni norve on dam in October,, li.i. Also m) )ouac)ai.k, tains it per trnt. ol the old hor ltsdyl.'s Ham $10 to a Colt. hletonian No. 10. the losinder ..f the greatest Hot ting famil) the world has eser niosii, courin Mt net d t lieu tl - toll is loa'ed or Ihr " through his trills from 4 dirTerenl t Kannels vi. will sersc 1 fesv good mares at it to insure a lis putrd .iili yeatstsld the 14th ot Kvsdsk's llamblclonun. ,lunler, Melri polilan Ijgle lienmrt l a Leauiiitil sea) brow 'i w in; colt Joe Is .1 red jack.hands hi;h and of fine a.ol Willi .m Welsh giHl inane asxl lull, it hands inches October. He is 14V, w.l1 r Ut and I I KIN. I ansater T. oHl this spriiti: has neser been l.an 'lr ' I leal action. Hred bv Peyton Embtrc, of Lin style more than two wtrks. bbtkr is full ol gaits ai loin county, and has a double cross f Jim Porter A lien retained on on all colts till the season is the best prnsssvett Itir a ptsnlurer ol tadd'C a . omiiir eu.crsxss paid. Mone) due hen the colt coates or mare 1. 1ms paitot tbe Slate OR K. SPOON C parted ssith llesvasmred In On Time, he bvSlonewilll lick Stanford, Ky sea, he hy ashsstglatl Denmark, he b Ilia. .vjm Henmark 1st dam hy soa a I Mtsander't Norsssn Kj;isterel as Hob I ml l dam osve of the bast read mares nri in t tmt Kentucky tred by the sjresst 'I rial jt', as -- year aid In these prdiieas )usi will hstd royal breeding irr t Nutwood t tf,. Vtsosast4 slut . Fiesl Arthur j m, asul jt tarns aad us ttsasyc .vallstt yoti ss ill see iNditidualt M Drlmoat Itov lilac k Sialliou 15', Hands Hi;h, Inob-- d ill;, and dawgblers In tbu i jnllsl raie beauty and as breeders sacatnl to none es dam lletlle Kinkead b) Cwatractor 1.44, sire jmr mates a here Ihey will be ur iperly rated I ... tl SIRKD IIV l. l.E WILKES jd. of Dr. West j 174. C. 1 id slam full sister to D Misaruv 1 A, hy Jim 1st dam Kate, hj Gill's Vermont 104. Monroe, sire of.Mmre Chiel Kiitt lUlet ad dam lllatk Emily, by Helm s Wk.hirt ',. ik. i iy. Lady Monrac 1 ift, Mimroe Chief 3d dam Little Kmil), by Wagner 1.. oihtrrs in iliK 1 u1,, kins Jim ad 4th dam Emily Speed, b) linn Lctiaathar. list. bv Pai ok--t jth dam HI.LMOVI CHILI is a I real horse. poss Lyle Wilaes 4658, sire ol Dansille Wilkus, 7 ij, inc rare st mmetry J form ami beauts, and with Matlie WlUes ,,,.,, hi imsy-- friclMMilcsa Chief j joHi Eimau of gSHnc and his ((real stau. 'anl Lulu Wilkes 1 iS. trial 1 27. by George Wilkea bbsod linen, there is nt. i) roasts., with Koodopi1' a jt, 1st dam by American Cla) )i. id, by Mam lunitles, he should not besnoie the rijoul ol his lta Ma. k points. hands high, brut. Chief II : jddain the dam ol KniaaoH 1 jost tvt sire and illusiriaus brothers and sislrr en in 1M17 Sired I.) 1'cisssky, i it, isire of Ntl ,. George Wilkes 51 , 1 ureolfs) peiformersin ill Make the season A al nit sialics at O'Neal 1 nal bit. 1 ilU. ; j' tna 1.30, more than an stallitm llvli.g or dead by Mc Kinney, Ky , at Daisv I 1 jn king I'eio.ky trial 1 Ma llamillonian 10, site of 41 performers in 1 3., dam .. snd hve morr th.s' r l,ssu, old liui by llenr) Clay 8 base shown tilals ul 1 ,oor belter- - all in last tea Season, Jill's Vermont 104 Mre of Mtsnner Hoy j jj, tsrumly wondrtlul for ao searo.i t.a. whith isiituiird the dams of The lllaik Maria 1 mile lerord sUlisen witb npptituniiM.sj by t.ro UilSe- Limited 10 im pi Kiu i.9V. that sold for big prise. Count Wilkes . sue nf llarrr Wilkes s iV4. Gu) Wilkes side man 1 it, Nelby L jk.s 3 1$ i.Gumbetta Wilkes J ljl4, Red Wilkes Isire of Prince Wilkes a J I' CROW and seseraloln-erAbel. it4, Col llradshasv ..', Vermont-s- on Willbtm I., streol Astell. 3)eartsbl record 11 of 111 the 1 y list; In Downin's sold lor Slot 00 and is tlie only horse that stan.i . lllat k Hawk s isi dam by Hart ia)'sf oluinbus. al $1,000 the season ill . AR WILKES is One tailed ami us liand- sl .lt as sou can find in the Wilkes famil) I mt dam Elira lane 'dam of Msud Mes.eu't sumca 2 l'",l b) l.enthi flrerre, sue of PeMrl 1 (,., Jj , He has nesfr heen handled lor speco, our of Pearl Medium j 27 trot fast when handled. Hi will make the Set.,nd dam Kiliy Rivers dam af Heme (,,n, 1 of igooat ms I)ia. e milts f..m Stanford "11 t carol J res ord J 17 oa slow track b) Alc.an.ier Dansille pike at I nab Al.dalUb, sue of Gohlsmith MohI 1 14, R sa ,u.( Vim Kri ord 1 ai',. AlrminU Iklmont, Ac 'tbiiildum bv Red Jacket ure of tbf d4n o4 II) HMtlll.I). s.reol Maud S retonl joi4, Kiaturkv Wilkes 1 iVi and the srsond lUmt. and Jti more in the 1 10 list. SoSti7Va, I.iri Wilkes j 21,, l.aur.. Hci'r on t irst da 10 tdaade dam of utw, retard iW it is tiwlrti , Urn retains-Money due ss 'n-, Combat s,r of llrown 1 and Willim . II) II 1. 1. Ml IN I, sire of Knlwojd, t igt4. t I. A I U KEY Slinlnrd. K. .(It j aossd Red Wilkes sire of Prince Wilkes , M , m 7 oua l'ortu. 1 dam Phil (hompsoii 1 it,)sj, k, hy Comet, . n (,f si er Dam of V.sltaire 1 toH sir ot Itaaseimir t tAi.) loaa MoiKan Fourth dam an ettra a in.irt. siip.o.r.i I mm of PortMfn j). (sire ol kliuBtsssMA, j J7 i . of Abdallah and Messenger blosstl Dam of II) men. 4 year old ret ord a ej. I'elosk) ,3j, b) (ieargr Wilkc 1 11, hr-- t tin l record a Engl)am of Child Harolu, I an.ie dam of Nellie O'Neal land )o4 aS,trul Rail Jackson , ( .rand dam ol Coaaaugbt sir ol Clonaaorr 1 mtsji trial j lv al rears ol.' tirrt Charley, trial ai ) esrs old o and s oilurs th (rami dam ol uba 1 7 tould trot tktssr to 10 b) lion's Cadmus, ..rp I and 1 nil.iued siallmn will make Hy MAMIIKINO CIIIICF. sire ol lady Thorn PocahsMtas t itUgt record i8kf. the present season at Dr. I W Logan's v., miles II R EE2 E WILKES will make the srss.n Kasi of Milledtfvsilie oil turnpike rod hading to Dam Puma, by ROKKLCK. ituu al ms plate ', mil, from Siaiilonl. K Stituf.irtl Dam by Willi' P. t Rush llran. b pike al Waterloo l stand Dtseriptioii and Pedigree The aliove record is ao measure of his speed; , ard bred. bbi k. 17 hinds high, weighs and 11 a sine foal we ex pet 1 him to iro under to thia Fail. $25 to a mat;iiihiciit st)k' and action in Foal, MOO will make- tbe saason n the tarm of W Kcttur, hia pruKsiiv lombming sptrd and He has a roe rd ol jw. S HumeA Co.. Miser Crerk, Ky. 6 suite, from Money saddle itiiMlttHrs. dm a hen the fa. I is ss. erlainr.l or mat? lie is I) Richelieu, he bs .Mambrino Chief. Is Richmond on the l.antailer turapitu parted wilh. CII ss III N h) Mambrino Paymaster, he hv Mambnao. ho by Imp. MesMinser Messenger; he by First dam Helm mare b llay lUmbletoiiian; he by Imp. II Harpinus; His oldest ctdtsari coming two-- car olds id dam llctl llird by Cannon Vt hip, he ill grac mares ut 10 eenls per day and will by lllat kburn's Whip he by Imp. Whip, he hy take airpossible t are, but are not rcstsontlbhr for 'I hi notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and Saltrum dun. bv Herod ; 3d dam a thoroughbred aieidents or eseapes Imp. Dioinede. Has Messengers dam mare-tethers not to trespass on our lands without per, .nT s III RN.VM K CO t as out of a full hiooded MessaHger marc and by mission, as all such will be prosecuted 10 lite full Imp Rockingham est extent of the law Signed Richelieu was the irost fashieoibl) bred trotD V. HOLMES v LOGAN'. l)r Amuntii mid the winner of mure ting horse IOSII ADAMS I'llll.llt.Kr KILIIARDS premiums .md purses than ail) .,thurhore m Kuu II W t.AINbS J ft. MiKINN'Ks. lucky. Mrs sAMFORD IRWIN. JOHN (. I.YNN, Waterloo' dam by Holm's Yorkahire; he by l ItL Mrs KF.R JOS. HALIOC. linn Yorkshire; dam b) Weisiger's id dam by Kossuth ; 3d tlam the noted roan mareI 'srill stand at my stables at Mt Kililit y, the ..svned by Joe Helm and atlurwardby N I. Lee. seasor ol 1119. .two Horse- - and three Jack- Waterbowill stand at . Ed Barlow, 2375. j Wyandotte, 5526, ,,, $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, l.tmi'liMiii sir-o- Ks 1 J ld) d h.-- e by Insurance. - $10 Insure a K)lks ht V Eagle Denmark I . liar-low'- s - i, 't JOE EMBREE, Insure s- Living . hi. Belmont Chief 8 689, ' I STAR WILKES. t. tt 1 iV SPir(r J4, BREEZE ti,,n, WILKES! ', fji V lit; it, f $30 the i, i4 ;:, X YAZOO, 11799. I i5 to Insure IJvlnsColt. . il, 1 . "WATERLOO. 1 arl-olas- two-mi- 1 t, . i - Insure Mare , At $4 to Insure. ) Ik-b- POSTED. 111 llllia.ir. 2 Horses apd 3 Jacks. REUBEN VERMONT, III j STANFORD ROLLER All persons MILLS. 1 lly Gill's Vermont tbe pedigree of dam uiikiiouii, -- STEVE WALKER, N WATERLOO, JR., lly Pr P W Logan's Waterloo that has a record of a jo and is standard bred. See pedisree ol I.ozuiis Waterloo old Waterloo, Jr.'s 1st d.uu by Levi Hub.de Stonewall Jackson ReuLen is over 16 hands high, dark bay and a linn breeder of good horses lor all purposes and will stand at 1 1 wishing A pleasant life pleated wife let them use i'atent Hour and well made si Stanford Roller Mills Call for it at your zro- eery, and if they have not Rot it on hand, urje mem 10 keep it, or eel an order from them and Kel it at the Mill and I will (juarantee a pleasant and interesting family s .V tl .s tin i 1 ,, superintendent V en . t. 1 HATS, svorld-reuown- ed out-aid- mmW " ssmtttmmmmmmmmmmmSVBmamssJI I? 2 saTam a mml - s - 1 $G to Insure a Mare in Foal. 1 , "William .Lyle. Ida. k Waterloo, Jr . is u very dark brown, line mane and tail, compactly formtd, full if hands inch Inirh. fine stvleand it tion and a In e producer of combined horses; perlectly knot in Will stand at disposition and a sura foal cetter $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Also three Rood young J. T. SUTTOST Arc still In the business and (Si CO., I Jacks, Jacs-an- HUSTONVILLE, KY. ready ta da in the lndertak,!.K In.e. We have a anv full stock of Case and Casket, of all kuij. of every description Our hear.e, which linearly new can be obtained an short notice Mr I Green has charvnnfeur Im., n... .... .1., '. ti o any one needmir aiiythinK m our "4'll JACKS ALL WELL BRED, old at years old past, at $0. and coll is $8 Season duo whencolls forfoaled. the season money Lien retained on all Mares kept on reasonable terms, but no liability for aciidentJ W. l.lENS u l sto 2 e j WW "l" im Mi'. a. 'gains' -- -