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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890051301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Bap The Captal of Laurel, a Capital Place For a Oar Waynesburg Correspondent at the tist Convention. Boom. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MAY 1 i. 1890. I ' NO. 21 ' It is reported that Jake McNew shot Yonng Jersev cow ami calf for wile. at the. I'ev. Hell at chapel one May s. Having (i. A. IVyton, Stanford. th..t while so ninny 'day last week. Particulars not learned. ,,, UW13I -- rw,ni oik . , ..l . .. 100,000 K.iin.lf of wool. Want k of the mountain towns of Kentucky are The deathof J. W. Miller makes the " nf "ho....." iiii.I mv Itopti-- t Convention, which meets here A. T. Niinnellev, Stanford. i... ......! 17th burial in ourcemeterv within four I have two vok. t morrow. I thought I would sketch a heavy, well broke .Irawlnir tho nttwulon of tin. Hiwrokitorn ' years of inemU're of that family and country, few of the thinw seen mill heard on tlio work cattle for sale. .J. M. ltcid. au.I monev devil all over the close relatives. A that perhaps will he of some inter-o- f of No. hroo.l nm res for ,.Hh.8t Uh.1o.i docs not .lo something A syndicate has bought a tract of of your readers who sale. Uriah Dunn, Huston villc, Ky. tlmt ,. tht. ki.l. Ithaalwp.bee,, a pKHl.'tto land just north of town, which we preIt tesnhl that HI lllo Key has run bei, in the Mimiy South busing and- - bvu sume, from general appearances is meant town, speaking fro,.. STOCK hi laH to the thickness of in this " "" "" It la the fliiuiii-Iullfori. siiiaII sied Ikkh.i in lota in the near seing at Whs Mind. .. train at idO r. , th, (.th. "ton ami for good ol.l fashion.! HOC future. of baled I'ohk.-T- wo natural lightningspecd through the boom towni, Mj-- . W. hillty it "can't be beat." Tin J. Neucomb, of Galveston, hay. Hobt MeAIister, Stan, situated as it of l'i.st Tennessee, hut as Hariiinan, resources areaiso with Mits Mattie. is on a visit to iela (Jartliir, to., have been descrihed by ford, Ky. id it. a coal centre, where tin' It nest varitives in Garrard. Mrs. Giliuore, of Danitlilu write. 8 in the press and on dodders. S. II. Itauu'loutm Ifouht at the ville, was up last week to see her sister, ety can Iw foun.l in nhuudaiiw; omc I will WILL TAKE l'LACh tinlee a thorouhhre.l hy Imp. c. and scattered promiscuously, Mis. Pauline Smith. iron ore has been foun.l ami the location l,f"n .1...... .........I ...... !'...... ,vn. oniir viv.(F I dan. Klha, foi $100. H" III I'V 1.11. mill m) W'O.ll.l It it. both healthy ami beautiful Messrs. K. K. Higgins and Will .. ,...' .....1 ln...,ww. ..... ..r K. II. Me A ..inch, of Casey, has pur" he the wis est thinir iiiiagimfhlv to ... P.rooks came down Saturday to go with have chased Meverul towns to nvwt in ot UotiS, mupiiiK i....... ,,.,,rii the the attention of 1... a ilsbing parly to Hound Stone. The iviwiHiinHipii 1101 in weight from 100 to 'iOO pounds, at lif iiii London if the proper men would nttrip was postponed on account of .Mr. J. t . - irimtL On ncvonnt of a hot box we got out 01 cts. W. Miller's death. " tempt ti ......f ..1 ....tl lrtti4 lliM -;- - c.hltUl0(1KIl w IllilllltK, ,,lU. 1UU1 llt.VPr .1. J. N. Dm. 11, of l.ower Ciarrurd, estate men are on Our Hockwood real OKF1CKRS: .....m., ...... K .... r the grounds in force. dhl t on timo nti- - inon-- . anivinjr here hoiiL'ht of Lincoln county parties ......... enough to get a few old time Dr. S. C. Davis and his brother, Will, Iv. neurlv two hnurs late, N. Akciikk, l'resident, Grand Hotel, Cincinnati. O. head of !i and ' yeftr old cattle at 2 to 2 a.e at Mill Springs to he present at the 1. to.sat the helm which wonkl result in .1.1 re.ni.IK.ini.- - ni.eu nv miiaiiri ,.,.., (UULS. .....:.!.... mS. WmxKRV, Somerset, Ky. llll.lj; ... ... celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the dawn of a new em to hei. w wither we hail to eonten.l witn. wt'i Wiggins. Secretary and Treasurer. Somerset, Ky. It. S. Collins boutsl.t of J M. John- O.J. Notwithstanding the fact that Along in passed Hirminirliniii nlout n.idiiiKlit and son a lot of rattle weighine. T. M. Thatch bk, Assistant SecV, Somerset, Ky. at their parents' marriage. P.. II. ami H. jhisswI a law L. Joplin, civil engineers, of Pineville, February the notwithstanding the lateness of the hour $5 40 per hundred; also of dill'erent par. secI'httnulin: the circuit court froai the wete here Sunday with ho.nofolks. Mrs. DIRECTORS: the place was full of people and noisy. lot of stock lio'i at :tl cunts. W. T. Hrooks, of Paris, is with relatives ond to the thinl Monday in May, iinuiii-hern- This is the busiest city I ever saw. We tiisn O. J. Wiggins, Covington, Ky. Geo. K. Duckworth, Cincinnati; News. wilnemwnnil the usual lunjrers. heie. O. II. Waddle, Somerset, Ky. arrived iil tilt? ettv 01 .'iiiiitii.il uooui R. N. Akciikk, . The lirst pa.t of the Kentucky Jack-jK- it 1. ...r, ,,,..,,.,,, ti.u. U lM...iiifnl citv. flnulv Iau.es W. Miller, civil engineer and out.. i.i roiiriiiri. iien-- . 'IM...M I..I.I S. Wiiinkrv, Somerset, Ky. N. Hrown, Stakes, a triple event to he run at of the chanme nniltlie.conwiucui-Udeputy county clerk of this place, drop-pe- J. heanl f but not growing very rapidly. " Lexington, Louisville and Luton in meet C. Matthkws, J. II. Richardson, Somerset. como Isituatwl near Level Green Friday evening. is thev will havi1 to "cut and the beautiful little inps nvidi lit won at Lexington by the Chi- . HKttiii." Mr. Miller had been appointed a special Itiulit here it may ..01 oe o... o. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: a. M.,only MiHiiua iiuiiiress phi.e to miv that the Istkmok JorK.VM.. utuslate. Jackson is a kooiI by the court to survey the A brood mare, valued at i".000, eomiihioner w a "" town, full of push and is growing n,pid only disputed line between Hockcastle and Geo. K. Duckworth, J. N. Hrown, R.X.Archer, O.S.Wiggins. jumped a post and rail fence at Mr. J. 1. ' " . ' I'l.l'Vl lOlMH.II. III... nill'll llllinoiiim " It was just noon when the porter Crow's, at McKinucv, Monday night, Pulaski counties. He had been at the Capital and Natural Resources Join Hand in Hand. ... . The Dawn of a If 1....1. 1.: loes not take 11 snouiu kick huhwu. cried out Vicksbitrjj. Thin ia an import."ice wecK.s ami nan run New Era of Prosperity. and has not been seen nor heard ,,f """ r.tther than kick bewiuse of his fni'tless ant city, situated on the "Father of Waone line ami was returning with the since. The mare is owned at Client, The Dream of Enthusiasm Crystalized into Stubborn and Indisputable trip ters." the great Mississippi. Our train Ky., and was t Mr. Crow's to be hied to second when death overtook him. Apo.1 .. ..i Facts. ...,, ,rr1l.(i a nun .....r I he improvements .. plexy is supposed to have caused his un Helmout Chief. was hero last are ilin " i(.10N,tIll.rivi.r proper. Ull c,0llt of place since timely taking oil". Mr. Miller was an Electric Street Car Lines, Water Works, Oil Refinery, Glass Factory Sam Hryaut thinks n.oie attention' Nneral Mil an ia business marked. and Planing Mill, all to be Erected and in Operation this Sum,n talented young w wUqv n)Un. should be p.M.1 to bleeding jockies. Hei export engineer and t(f ..,m have 1, ecu uyi.i, , '. ,,.. ,. Emerged in says the cns should be site liish, dam man. a good newspaper writer and had mer, and work will begin on these Enterprises at once. ,rv (or large one on .Main street y o. w. ....i..., water from in inches to 10 feet deep. It l'.nglish cunning. tilled several responsible positions. His to stay and Jew lor Somerset is located on the C. S. R. R. and is a progressive and and several residences, of modem nrchl took three hours to get from Vicksburg All the liders are lrih. the lei.Kiiiis we.e orougni ne.e Niturdayaml prosperous town of appearance of things 3,500. Two Hanks, showing a capital stock of i...tnr.. I.eln the to Tallalulnh, JI miles, a ortion of the Hughs), ate bull dogs for hanging on, interred in the cemetery. An immense saw mill Si 80,000, splendid Public Schools and other enterprises and instituwonderfully. Hev. J. I. Hogers preached heie Fii- time making I miles an hour. I see this ami providence favors the Jews. adds to the him. of industry ii.nsideia-bl'"hU ,,ortions of '' discourse tions make her future exceedingly bright. H. Hacrlin, the Great is going to be too long and I will tell you s. Mattingly H. Co. sold to M.I Hiul paint bvthe barrel has done its artist, is about through the survey for a route of a street in the next what the deer, bear and oth- Goldsmith, of New York, 1,000 head of wm vur-- l,ntla'tit' wll-- ' referring to his landscape part well. The muddy streets and the er game are doing while the world is tin-- 1 HiI1Il.flHi ,...!.. at ?t .'.',. Goldsmith is Ueiul 80U John A- - 'Rogers, whodied here railway through the city, which will be operated either by steam or of public lights are the only A complete system of water works, with resorvoir, on der water. I must say, however, that I t,u. j1,rt,tsl t.X)(,rt(.r in the I'nited States eight years since from an overdose of electricity. drawbacks and these thecltienssay will am feasting on new lcans, potatoes, chloral. His remains now lie in our Crescent Hill will be immediately constructed. The minerals in PuH. lK)I1,ht tlwM for ft foruBn lliarket. be attended to before many moons wax stniwlK-rries- , The c. h. U. Ud.lwell, Jr-.- ; Mattingly . Co. will umke from $1.'),000 cemetery. The father had thought of re- laski county are noted for their purity and inexhaustible supply. and watte. also eats, but I can't describe it and wi.l ,Q year. Leb moving them, but regrets to move from superior quality of sand and several oil wells are attracting the attenoi, ti.jr catlit, t,iH London shows plninly the industry .lose. among the people who treated him so tion ol S. Gock 11. men and it will not be long till a glass factoty and anon Knterpri-fair sex in the well and whom he loved. It will be re- an oil refinery will be put into operation. and g.Kwl taste of the The railroad facilities of P.. I). Spears sold to W. II. Hlish A Good Story About Senator Stewart, number mid variety of (lowers that are Eight passenger trains pass daily and being Held, of Texas, a mare, Mag- membered that John A. Hogers was n Somerset are in everv vanl. The women, (ioil ft is asserted hv friends of Senator school teacher by profession and taught halfway between Cincinnati and Chattanooga, it is the business point gie G., by Judge Hugar, dam by Gray bk'SH them, make their homes attractive Stewart, of Nevada, that if his absence of here for a number of years, lie was un- of F.l more, for j7"K. John Will Poor sold the head officials of the Railroad Company, who will in !ll . ..:-- .l ......1.. .... ..... : ... l.lu fi.nl it i.i'i'ii I'tlticeS 111. u.riiw mi.l n:.utiil iversally honored and respected by our go in and take a t0K,,her, end for end. it would r,adl to Sinion Vhl, of Lexington, upwards people. His one great enemy, opium, the further development of the wonderful natural resources the grand sbiger like myself to of :!00 liwul of cattle, at prices ranging county of Pulaski possesses The Cincinnati, Alabama & Atlantic R. , .1 .,! U.. 1.1.. nm w..mf lb.-- i.imble tlngeiH!... a habit which he had contracted on .. tosi wr cw For 'J"0 choice R. is now an assured fact, and passing as it will through Somerset, irom that worked and cared for the fragrant n j0Uue bow knot. Out on the Bi,,w they got $1, for 10 light weights $:l.:Vinnil account of having killed n negro burglar adds another to her many advantages. and delicate foliage that the Loid, Him tju,v HSll(j to tl.n 8tory of how he was years before who was breaking 'into his for '20 bulls $:. Jessamine Journal. hastening one morning to catch . train, self, smtle.1 upon. Nv00lU-oc. Owens have bought room, was linally the cause of his death. The general . topic. with the polltteany wiltM1 1.,. MiiliUnlv stoiuieil anil said to ..,......, lmnbs from dillerent Though perfectly justifiable in shooting , . .. .,, u i,j ml ii'lini itt iifino III I'UI tlin in IIIMIV in.lme.1 is ''who the next senator vlll.H tlllll lU.j.'IMJW irn nl ua him, he could never banish the dead is favorite, j "Tin,,,., bythunder. I've loft my watch tor May. June and July delivery at $ to man's image from him. He was be" Our Mmlel Congr.mau named S4..")0. "Mr. John A. Heron, of the Citiof ionise, but I am sorry to see that muvr mv ,,Uow." for his distinguished relative, John Ar.- :LM), on Hank, is driving Kgbertn, zens there ate a few who oppose hlni anil "Let's go back and get it," said his tl.e road this suu.i.ier, Hue it Dugan gustus Williams, of Harrodsburg, who Are headquarters for McCien-tsold to Mr. Young, of Philadelphia, a hastened to this place on receipt of the are just a bit sore because Gov. friend. did not go to Frankfort and directly sad news. "Hold on," replied the senator, "1 nobby bay harness gelding foi &o. gerrymandering don't believe we'll have time," and he Advocate. oppose the 'proposed will only take a little time to dtitw his watch from his pocket, looked Do not Sutler any Longer nil. It Says he Was Misrepresented. Knouuij; that .. c.uiKh can Le chc.kd in u da)' Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel-Plolo the Kilitorof the Interior Journal. ool oil those few, though, and if the carefully at the face of it. counted the jud the tii- -t staset of consnmpt.cn broken in a In regard to a recent article published week, we lie rem guarantee Ilr "Acker l.liglxh lie. lion were a mouth oil they would momenta and added: "No, we won't Cough Remedy, ami will refund the money to all and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no be Ins warmest champions. It is as im have time," and pressed on toward the in the Isrinuoit Joiiinai. relating to a who liuy take it tiv per directum, and do not rind I desire to say our statement curruvt. For S.le by A K, l'en-possible for Mr. MeCruury's constttuenU station, saying: "Oh, well, I guess I can man and his plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to ny, Druggiot. emphatically that every statement made outs with him as it is fpr a get along for a day without a watch." ti remain at Best i.tinel to enter the eye of a needle and It is telated thatSeiiatorStewartd.ess-e- in said article is false, except that thete Confirm ourOur Vory when viePeople l.r Ack- do good work, or no sale. A sk your neighbor. say that ti.teii.elit ..p bet your boots when there comes a himself at his hotel one morning, put- were some short words and the old gen- er' Knslikh Itemed i Hi fiery nay superior to any ami all other preparation for the throat and ,oting, time they will stick hi their ting his vest on wrong side out and in a tleman went to the depot. Yourautlior, Iuhk. In whooping cough and croup, it magic ballots with as much grace as in few moments presented himself at the whose name you refused to give me, ci- sod relieve at omc We offer you a ample old oa a po free. KeH.eml.er thi rrmedv lays of yoie oihee excitedly rubbing the places where ther ignorantlv or wilfullv and malicious line Kuarante.', at A K Pcnn)'-- . in the '1 t.iR miibt be the "niwisliest" Vown ought to lw and complaining ly inisiepresented me, and if he is a gen- -' tlciuau enough to make himself known Tho.First Syruptomajof - . world. Situ'o my confinement of 10 that no linn Pcen rooiHfti. fie I lav ing .secured the services of ....... r.i.M .1..11 k..... 1.. i... .:- Doath. will prove it. might have beenbelievwl that these with them some three or four years It p..il of the bod). s.i.ktBf- - at .he pit of the . to ask tales were works of imagination had not lo o' very W 0 give space to the above pimples or ortn I havi! taken the trouble evidence of poiMH.ed hood. No are all iiieiwhis are still heie ,ju, h,,,mtor, one day this week, given cheerfully as we have no feeling in the matter pontilebuiaine po.toned it mini he punlictl now it viii h time if the Klix.r Acker' lilliclUh 1 am now fully prepared to do and invariably the answer has been vet,. tuwtin.ony to their truth. The clerk of matter and would do no man an injury lo avoid death. Dr remove irofulou lllondvphilin or ry never failed to they areas thick as "ndtllersj tjl0 st.iuitu was monotonously eallingthe knowingly, mom especially this man, poiHiio Sold under poMtue giu.rai.tee at A K, 'Huh tune Penny'. 111 hades" ami the doitors ore enjoying rojj 0I1 K01m, ,t.osjion in wl.tch Senator wl... demonstrated on one or two occa uns a spirit of friendship that should WATCH-WORDr Acker's English Pills The writable .icnic. Dr. Durkhar.11, Stewnrt was not inteieated. Are active, effective and pure, for nuk man who kept up such a racket with his tor sat with his elbows on his desk, his never be forgotten by us. Wo are disordered itouuih, lo of appetite, had upon his hands and his eyes fix- vinced that the matter has been exagger-o- d complexion and bilio.iMitH., they have never Keen patent medicines last court day in StanAND equaled either in Atnenia or ahroad. For xilr b upon vacancy, whither his mind had ated and it is hereby dropped so far as A l( I'enny, l)ruit ford, is one of the subjects and it looks we are concerned, regretting, under the now as if he will cross the dark river al. join'. Thnt Terriblo "Mr. Stewart, the clerk called. circumstances that it found its way to In the morning, hurried or Cough breathing, though his medicine is claimed by him dimiult There was a moment of silence. Sen- print. r.u.mi; phlegm, tmhtnevs in the ilunt iimckpned to cure all diseases. All work warranted and promptly done. ator Stewart continued to look 'it nothpulte, clnllinet in the ev cning or e.itv at night A liable Frank Hiley is cosily tlxcd up ing. Mr. Letcher Hiker, a prominent all or any of these things are the tir.l tage Dr Acker's EnglUh Coii'h Kerne in his new hotel, near the depot, lie is "Mr. Stewart," tho clerk called again, young man of Harrodsburg, is dead af- dey will cure these fearful symptomt, and is sold ter a brief illness. under a poxit.ve giiarautco by A. K. 1'ci.ny hotel man, but happiest when he but Mr. Stewart did not hear him. a born Druggist. is serving the government in the capaciA brother senator sitting near leached Bucklen's Arnica Salve J. S. Harrinian, who on a wager of$10- ty of T. S. marshal or deputy. Mine nver and touched him. The light of con-- 1 the licit alvc in ttic worM for cut, bruise. candidate for HClOUSIieSS wns JUSl retlirnil.L' to nil orei, ulcr. lt rhoum, fever orei, tetter, chap- - Q00 to walk from Wabash, nd., to San I . . host, Hiley, is an avowed , . . . .. chiblains. corns and all skin nip .' 'M)- -. when the or no dreamer's eves when the clerk sllOllted tiom and pomtm-l- cure piles,perfect pay reqiitr 1' mnciSI'O 111 U) U.1VS, HrriVeU at Lamar., the first named olliv to .ati.laeiioe. Co, lh( 1ajf ive It i.Biuranteeit t ...jn mUe8 ,u . democrats will again come in power, ami ni.r. more: "Mr. Stewart !" . true aj inn. or money reti.nueu "1 pats," said the senator from Nova KoralebyA R. Pennv, buniord, Ky. of schedule tune, lias already caused 14 who beats hint for the place the man da.-- N. Y.Sun. horses to . givo out, ridden by those at- r. .". will he aware of the fact that ho has . A Suro Curo for all Di&oascs In E ectric Bitters. linn, ihis is probablv due Frank. The farmers have a good deal to learn been in a race. Long live .Capt. o well known miUo coinpaiiyuig ' . Tin remedy t bewinini All who to the fact that the man IS walking Oil H i:. C. W. to need no penal mention on the subject of taxation. While they , , , lljiter. sing ..the same sonjc- ot complaining of State and local taxes Licked x Klectric1UVUIV..IV -- " are r-- W 1V ... Icctric i'iiurcr.... ..l .l,n, i. rlatmed has just had his eyes op- nnd tho crushing weight of their mort- ...iim Patient twlio miter" will cure nU'.lUcaicaof thol.her and Saya the Southern Modlcal World: Doctor, it seems tomo $30 Rheum am erated upon) gages, thoy forget tho national taxes and will remove I'lmple- HoiU. Saltblood Will isirrovving in lavor eaiid bv impure prevent as out Mother's Friend"highly recommended throughis a high price to charge for that job. It and tho blcssiugs of tho protective poli- ..,..'. the South and by phyArising from Imparities of tho Blood, and system and drive Malaria from the t'evers We consider it indispeniihle to those faryF-LH.ic.ire of sicians didn't take 10 seconds. all Malarial from Functional Derangements. cy for which they are paying. It is in well as cureConstipation ami Indigestion try through thn ordeal nf who know they must pa dear friend, in reality tho national taxes that nre crush- - Headache, child bir.h. Write U;adfield Keg Cu . Atlanta, Kmineut Oculist-- My iw llitten Kntirc satixfaction. ai.r.inlie,l or li.i for particulars Sold by all druggists j Jj- - j learning to perform this operation in 10 ing them. They sell the products of A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIH seconds I have spoiled more man two tneir lanu at prices .i.wu v i.u..i.ii:i.i.iii. DRUNKENNESS-TH- B LIQUOR HAB Chicago PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. bushels of such eyes as yours. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. IT-- In all the World there la but ono in tlio markets of tho world. They pay pa euro, Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. It was just an ordinary icrap of wrapping las R. lVnny, nrugg.'.t, Slanfon'. W C Itailey, General M r haudite, 1 nrnersvillc; Tribune. a ForsalobvA for what they buy at prices fixed by . N but it saved her life She was in. the that It can bo Kivrn in a cup of tea or coffee ithout W It. Ji net, Mt '.tlep., V I. Mitaity, Dr insist, KuiKsville; C t" ll .h- A Co W'ayiievburg; told bv physicians r 7ei'ller, Hruggist, M. l'liersou, Rowland; J K Routen Iru;ist, Millcdgeville A SaultSte. Mane young man fell in tariti' that enables uionopoliesand combi- luJe or consumption, i.i..V,,i rmild onlv Ive a short timeknowledge 01 tnvpe.fon taking it, clleitinza ( the rah On hard W II Ciimming. (ieneral Mer handise, I'rcachersyi le, J A Wiliianis, Prugg.s., whether the p.ticnt On piece of lovo w ith a girl, but her mother objected. nations of manufacturers to draw enor- sheweigliefl less inan 70 pounds. Kiuc's uNew I)is- - speedy and permanent cure, an alcoholic wreck. M k.nney. II Itakcr, l.eneral Merchandise, Highland moderate drinker or .. lilr.it hr. h tia ivh.i 'mmam 'I'nniicaniis of dritliVurtli havf hrin Ono night recently the young, man took mous profits from tho consumers of their wiajT' i';i" f. helped her more, bought have taken ihe Golden Specific iu their codfe. is where the farmers' covery.aiiuk and her mother to a show, but products. That the girl the, burden comes from. N. Y. Times. ot the seats widely apart. 'While, 06 Winchester has 10 barrooms and an- w"S plav was in progress tho lovers slipped before the curtain other applicant. No wonder business is .i.i..n.lerful dislovery tree at A. It i'enny dress in conhdenre l.oinitN bi'ium. Co.. 1.5 Hook Krrplng , Short Maud, Telegraphy, I outaiul wore married HaceStieet. Ctnctnnati.O IV iifle br Catalogue unit full Informatto Ilnigslore brisk ' re. ; ...!.., 0iK' Ia.MH.V. K.t My I'. ........ " '.M.- -Il I"' ..r,m. ... 1'ht U'ohth, Ikx., . own .., - FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. j s .i, ..It"""'i - 1 . SOMERSET CAPITAL S350.000. j "y, LAND AND IMPROVEMENT CO. car-loa- d 1 m-v- In-- it ""'n'' car-lim- tiin-oth- tlrM-clu- First Sale of Town Lots -- I.ex-itiuto- it Kos-slngto- n. 1 . . ..1 .- ' , - ,.,.. w" . 1 v.t-i-n.-ti- . ... car-loa- MAY 20 AND2V9Q. Vice-I'rcsiden- ",,,,",' , pt-- :..,.,.,. '-'-' t, fl ll. f An-derc- u. i d 111 111 I. . I y""' ":,B 1 . 1 . .,.. ,. .,, ., """ 11 dare-dev- il I y j ,- - I v I nbM-nc- e wide-awak- e. e first-clas- s. -- -- ,.,. ... 1 ths-suri- n.. i.-j- vi 111 HIGGINS &M'KINNEY y s'i-'.- Iard"waro, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, j son-in-la- 1 d Mi-C'n- ary -- but-th- " I jKM-ket- s hs .., ..-- -.. 1 Sox-is-L.i- mom-.n- aprH-titf- foeri-hneJi- v, 1 j MR. THOS. DiLTOKr, OF CHXCAGcQ. , 11 sona-ision- j con-chee- lie.ul-aeh- e, ALL KINDS! -' vv A. R. PENNY. -- 1 DR. ELLIOTT'S -- I , j ",, -, Medicated Food, -- ,,'.,.. I -.- 1 1 Kid-ne"- HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs ..(f-rii- n.. '.tuK5" . ri" v- -- - ill - V C ii..t ' Etrf dnlftril dropped OlnHI IUH DUolNtoo AIIICIII O . uULLbot C VV Tr I t 5- - '$ l . v ' li I 31 -' Four hundred of Jim MoKonnie's in Christian lmvc petiJoft'erson county, is in tioned i to run for Congress. as circuit judge- of " Hon. John l Harris nays "I am not .V ... 1SJU Frankfort bent on revenge. Ho says .. - MAY I J, JvpANFOKD, KV, ami will not be a emididuto for lieuten- ,,int ,.. nn ,...,.. smi Gov. who brought charges against liis father, ant governor under any dreuiiistnnces Hhv. tn'orai' M. Green, one of the be elected Senator and claims that Jie best known ministers in Arkansas, was LM members pledged to vote against has . . i,im all the tuno. .Mr. .uirKson n noi accidentally shot and killed in Saline Aktku taking in ns much of Senator ' adding to his reputation by this conduct. county by his brother, Martin (.ireen. iU'ck's funeral programme as delayed 'P,0 jjovel nor only did what ho consider-traiJohn W. Doarman, a braketnan from Knoxville, Teiin., hud his legs cut oil" by wout to Frankfort to cd was a sworn duty and if Judge permitted, wo . it at the senatorial race from a perch son wants to demonstrate tho wisdom of the ears near isoyie s, am., on wie u. a Clever i in the grand stand. We found the city the people in electing him to succeed X. lailroad, and died upon reaching Birwe been to ofunder the hill full of candidates and jg father, ho will go home and attend mingham. week An enraged eat sprang upon David n their supporters, with the latter making to the duties of his olliee. all kinds of claims for their favorites. Stokes, colored, in Rockingham county. Tiik Lexington Post is highly indig- - S. C. and fastened Its teeth in his wrist From what we could gather Carlisle will lead on tlii ballntinL' with McCrearv a mint because of a paragrapn in tins pa The lilt's head hftd to be cut of bef jrriti could be relrxed. and the nt good second, Gov. Knott next, Judge per and U!ks in blond and thunder tones Lindsay fourth and perhaps (iov. Huek-ne- r "if we intend to imply that any portion died Iruin the wound. delegation would be Representative James H. Blount, of fifth. Several others will be compli- til the in the senatorial contest by Georgia, was appointed a member of the from their districts, mented by members be notably Congressman Stone, Judge Wil any other consideration than the welfare Committee on Rules, 'Mr. Randall's death week Do causing the vancancy. Mr. Mulcher, of lis Keeves, McKeiuie, tittle, Winche.s- - of the State?" Lord bless you, no. o 10c; forget l'eiinsvlvania, was placed on the Comter and others, but we beliove that the you suppose that we could so far oOc; ourselves as to even dream of such a mittee on Appropriations. ...sit lllli'.ll 11.II1UI) .in-- i ..ii l uwi J.ILU Will viu urn. boo; .Wen knowing so well the immaculate ... .i t..rA cloudburst ueeompanlod by a tor: ., ,a thiiiL'. tOt lHk ,. ......,-.,--.-- , " llllll .till il- I'.ll . IIILII n ctrmi,. lUiitir... llkllllllk 0c, every one of the dele undo wrecked nearly 100 houses in Sliar Toe. chance in favor of our excellent con- puritv of each and thought. You know on, Uhio, saumiay. .o lives were iosi, gressman coming under the string lirst gation. Perish the although many persons were badly hurt This belief is predicated how it is vourself. at the wind-up- . and some may die. The houses wrecked upon a knowledge of (iov. McCreaiy's In case (.iov. McCrearv is made V. S ' were mostly the homes of poor people. his accom- staying qualities, Senator, there are numerous candidates ne n nnlitii'inn find hw ttvi'i'l- tiliclmmnta ..u .. ,. Cyclones were common all over the i,..u...v...u already suggested for the vacancy fiom be. snl.d " ' c ) passed over the Otf f , He has 10 votes " eountrv Saturdav. One ,. lenee as a Wfi '' v V J- V i Cf . .t I t, to ' "- - iO. '" , --. trnnh ." l(- . ,. . mm ,i... the district in the House of Representa- country near iraiiKiui, r.i., ,Killing iwoj ov iv ill. and perhaps more, sure, on the tirst 11 V..V (if IICW Ul'UXllCr UCUUllfUl llll.e Of WOl'lll tives. Ben Lee Hardin and John H. ballot, which will stav with him from Tnompson, of Mercer, John II. Welch persons outrigbtanddangerousiy wound-uweh Goiite' Wool 50c, ng a large number of others, lis mrt ' tirst to last, while his lorces vill gradu-all- and Sheritr Mosoley, of Jessamine, Beck- Iwasabont:. feet wide, extending Will be Sold smaller candidates augment as the ' ham, of Shelby, and a Spencer county miles to triCP.. IIOl Sell USt the Allegheny river. F.very- dropped. Carlisle's friends claim UU,but,WC are man are a few of them. Lincoln county thing KUic in its path was demolished. from 27 to ;J:J votes on the tirst ballot, wc may have an entry and if sho does be llisf. -T- here are now ((00 l.o.ses at the LouCfolfllllg. r0 blllj but they cannot absolutely count on any- will bo CoUl,iim ffttft lUiUeS the peer, if not more, of those isville Jockey CI.:., grounds. Great ,.,- thing further. Gov. Knott is backed by Cui in m tionod. teiest isceiitereilin the Derby, which is nearly a united delegation from Ids dis- nf QOOClS ftnrJ tllC J 'lL t pi'lCCS fll'UW There are 10 - to be run Vlnclny. u few scattering vote?, but trict, with Tin: Cincinnati Kniuirur thus tltly deunless the western members combine on scribes Gov. McCreary: "In his political horses to start and the race will be worth him he will show no greater strength, life be never forgot a friend nor lost an ?5,00 to the winner. Robespierre is a while Gov. Buckner has a number who opportunity to do a favor for a constitu-wil- l decided favorite for this event with Riremain with him through thick and Having a retentive memory of ley and Prince Fonsu god second choi- J J XL.I.KK K. I WI(M very highly marvelous capacity, be never forgets a ces. thin. The latter stands cV' A tiro at Mackville, in Washington with the people, but he has made too frt(.t. nor n umm.f and can do more enemies among the small fry mem. vjn(.jn, jn ,m i,0Hr than any of the other county, which oiigiuntori in the ' ULtDlUb. bersby his vetoes and other correct candidates could accomplish in a week." dunce of Dr. Henry Allin, totally ih.- - LLQJOLJU stroyetl it and Senile Brickon's residence, methods to make him much of a factor City, Tonn. Tiik attention of the members of the the drug store of J. H. Wychotr and the in the race, notwithstanding his an- ...... .. . 1 l .1 j nouncemont that he lias yielded to the K. P. A. is called to an article which ap ury v'ihmis store oi u. imi. Tl. o J..I1 nui of the 12th, extent of the loss is not known, but w ill R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. solicitation of bis friends and become a peared in the Courier-Journcandidate. Judge Lindsay, who was a relative to the Gld Point excursion and reach probably 510,000 to $12,000. DENTIST. big favorite at first, seems to have lost other matters, which were crowded out Alexander Kelly, known as "Sandy" OiStcoi Mdin lrcH, upoine Pnmu lloi.e, conexpresses the whole Kelly, m popular and good many of the senators of this issue. It ground. A i haw the finest ami most complete tlock ot. up nilt Nurouo Otid Cat jiitmi lot p i tn are sticking to him, but he had not cul- thing fully and we are sure tho compro- tractor, is years old and married, was MtrMtmcaTANKORI), KKNTUCKV. tivated the acquaintance of the members mise will be perfectly satisfactory. shot mid killed by an unknown person of the Lower House, and perhaps knows in a bjgnio in Knoxville. The murder Amo.vu the numerous candidates for 1ini3 less than half of them personally. He is rrt.tiii.it i ...muntinn thi.rt mi :n W. 13. . ,, in win,... big brained as well as big bodied and clerk of the court of appeals, none has, on a higher plane were he to be chosen senator the State conducted himself Tho police are at j and Odd Fellowship. than Mr. James B. Martin, of Glasgow. would gain a good man in the Senate work on the case. They say a big man Office SoutS ti.' Mjhi irMt, in office recently He is fully equipped for the otlice by and lose nothing in tho House, as it did the tliooting, but will not tell bis racated ojr Dr. L I Mutrtuan. sian'ord. Ky long service as circuit clerk and is emi-- I would should either Carlisle or McCreaname. Kelly's wife and sou are nearly ry be chosen. It was at first claimed by nently deserving of the honor he seeks. crazed. the Carlisle men, who are more aggresPresident Harrison has appointed Tin: Jellico News says "Xats are sive and at the same time morcoilensive I have rrmovril my rtii.e to try reiden-'opp Xat who and what do they bite'.' the Territorial ollicers for Oklnhonu. Ever in Stanford. Call and examine anil he convinced. lit George W. Steele, of lime 1'cmalt Cullege. wSrre I will l found at alt in their fight for their man, that the . Ht'l.ll KKI1). NEVS CONDENSED governor: Robert mention of his name and his simple Indiana, is named for presence would cause a stampede totiim, .fl Hart has instructed for Gov. Buck- Maitin, of Oklahoma, secretary; Edward AV. K. CRESS, but this has fallen fur short of realiza- ner for C S. Senator and Anderson for B. Green, Of Illinois, chief justice of the Shoes. tion and it is now recogni."d by his sup Judge Liudsev. supreme court; Warren S. Lurty, of Vir- ESTATE AGENT, portersand everybody that there will be rU,.r.i ci.n,ia tl.nt i inn mil... nf KniR, L nitwl states marsnai, aim Horace ri, Cnrpati, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rns, Lace Curtains, cic. f Oklahoma, United States Ata long and stubborn light. Judge BreckBarbourvillo, Ky., hnvK Ihx-- emin...r r.dlrnu.1 nn ft tin inridge thinks it will last fully a month, Mom of Ila for ale orne ol the '6 it prnperiy in Ihr tor,lt'.v- '"ri' is a structed for so far this vear. J!arlonrville LurrM plMdeMcr - bominK tity but for tho sake of the people who have Idints. the inmates of the Mnlone and probably gets his appoint- OlKl!lHl. -K- iftcon 7" te foot the bill, we hope Go.l will for- i'.:.. v i i merit through that worthy. Speed was i r ii iiiimi'iiiiiihi'. J AS C. GIVKNS. VM.AKKS bid. The democratic caucus for the purformerly a Kentuckian, residing at with tUe building Thursday night. pose of settling upon a candidate was A cyclone visited Wilson county, Bardstown. called forlast night, but of course it acKansas, Saturday, doing gieat damage LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Attorneys nt Law, complished nothing and can accomplish ami killing a number of people in Pleasnothing till the adoption of tho rule to The ilemnition grind goes on indef- 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. ant Valley township. drop the hindmost candidate and then it Both Houses have agreed to stiretc tlmlding Hardin county voted Saturday by a initely. r will take 59 votes to mako a nomination gooil majority to continue niohibition extend the session without day. (JIoe According to Ihw balloting will begin and Caldwell county followed suit with observers say it will take a irood month KItANK MAKIMON JAS C. CIVENS with both Houses to day, but it will bo to settle the senatorial question. a majority of 150 for the drys. of form, as no candidate a mere matter Depositors in the crippled MontGIVENS & HARMON. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. stands the slightest show of a majority. gomery Trust Company, of Norristown, REAL ESTATE, We believe our congressman has a more l'a., will receive dollar for dollar, after j Immediately after our notice calling than lighting chance to have his ambi- which there will be a surplus of more attention tothe fact that Clerk ieo. II. - tion to be U. S. senator gratified, and than $7.'),000. Cooper still bail a few marriage licenses Town L' U, Ciol, lr n and limber l.in'l lx ight while his people will rejoice over his or Old on L nwti in, Ci.rretnmliiii' The (ieorgia Temperance Associa-- left, Mr. Fretl Neilson and Miss Theichia will regret exceedingly r promotion, they ile.l tion.i wliich met at Atlanta, took stous' Abt. both from Germany, came to town to gie him up as congressman, ki.owii g for a more thorough organization of the nml cuiin - nttrw.ra .... tli. n.iji.iacnri-j jF...w.t-- TIiiivi .in .. v i'. full well that it will be hard to Till his ohibitionists to participate in the con were pronounced husband and wife iby pi place with one so fully alive to the wants giessional Squire J. A. Chappell lnday last. elections. , willof his constituents and so able and Mr. G. U. Vnught, aged 70. obtained The death of John Church, of tho ' ing to erve them. eieat musical instrument iirtn at Cinein-- . license vesterdav to marry Mis. Surah And We Have neigh Tin; senators and congressmen who nati, will not atl'ect the business inter-- ' Jane McMullin, 01, of the O. K: accompanied the remains of Senator cits of tho establishment, as ho left his borhood. Mr. Vnught is a spry old wid ower. who has led three other women to a l Deck to Lexington, were objects of all'airs in careful condition. investig.i- - the altar, while the bride has bad Tho much curiosity to the crowd. Kearly all 'one other matrimonial experience. of them weie easily recognizable by ting committee adjourned at midnight, which have been publish- Thursday, sine die, without having nn- J. H. I.each tells us that the couple their pictures WILL, ON veiled tho mystery surrounding the. er met befo-- Saturday last, but bis wife ed in the papers, especially Senator ' bad bpen talking for the old Jinan, who, death of John M. Clayton. of Xew York. The old man's nos-Hoys' Capt. Joe Means, proprietor of the immediately proposed and was accepted. TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1890 and chin urn coquetting with each other Daily Hesperian, Galveston, Texas, was' Mr. McMullin has an estate of about and daily coinini: in closer contact. In SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION mm. .i.i.l lsi1lf.fi lit Pli!irtii. Itull fill 1111 CT OfUl orifl .it lift ntil lll'lll flr:tlVl appearance be is not much removed l.f A newspaper con" sion of $.' a month, it will be seen that Valuable BllHdlllg ailtl ReSid8liCe LOIS from a mummy, but his little old bead is ploye of tho Register. trouble. they are pretty well lieeleil lor the iial- in tho City and Suburbs of chock full of the hardest and soundest troversy caused the TWo Germans at San Antonia, Tex., unco of their lives, Bense. Ho seemed to realize the solemniwhich could hit An exchange says that a B.dtimoie ty of the object ot his ifit to Kentucky on a wager of $13, tried a few short years the longest on a chunck of ice. One of girl has gone insane because she wasn't ;.nd to feel 'that in but 4." minutes, but bom a man. She never had to meet tho at best alike ollico must bo performed them gave up the job at a full hour and took the rent, nor shave, nor set on a jury, wr the other sat . for him. pay a poll tax, nor fasten her suspend- stakes. lino. Mkchem, of the llopkinsvillo AfcliUiml Iiuh I iron f inmrri, n i.tliir llniirlnli- The Delaware prohibitionists have era with a shingle nail, but she didn't Ing linn nlni; iron lire, ioal liri Kentuckian, makes the following timely nominated Wm. T. Kellum, of Doyer, know when she was well oil". hard nml Mift inuim!, iniUlllr oris for paints, etc., suggestion: "Tho press convention is for governor, and Daniel M. Green, of luiiml In uliiiiiiliiiiri' ni'iirliy. Han II e rallru.N. .GO TO. two lliic rlviTNAt tier riiinniuiiil Iiuh lower trail. soou to meet and we would like to sug- Newport, for Congress. Tho fact that M B I'ortatlon rati", cliruin'r nial ml hitter nutiirul gest in tho kindest manner possible that one liunureu uoiiars ior campaign pur- udvaiiUKfi than any to n south of tli Ohio. MT. VERNON, KY. about Craddock's age poses was raised on the spot is evithose alleged jokes rupillutlnn, 7,VI;k''I M'linoln, chiirchrn, purku Holcljn (till maintain uml fry home comfort anil attraction. Thi old and and Undo Ben Harrison's bond bo left dence that tho Delaware prohibitionists A lot iMiuglit ut Aililunil now, al low price, will inj it fine reputation. Charseji reasonable. Speat home this time. Deliver us from these mean business. u nlmrt tliiic. Ilrrut iitPrprlnH iliiuhlc In vuliic "MODFJ. cial attention to the travelinj public. other wormy chestnuts, and all ... . . jokes arc on foot ami tin- proKreni rapid. Prneiilnnt Hunlil nf th( Xntiminl . At. P. NEWCOMn, Prop., ..w ........... .. ... Wrlti' for liuniltoiiic pumplilil or Inforinallon to . with or without uiagrams, win oe laugi c. Mt. Vernon, Ky. rilliorvvr:t,.rs. , :.. ttI1 S3.H . ed at, whether the points are visible or dress at its improvement co. annual session, in New- .. OLD not." York, spoke upon "dead companies." And Spades; It is more than likely that the annual Ho declared tiiat, up to date, since 1SG0, WEETHERFQRD HOTEL. meeting of the Press Association at Win- no less than 070 slock companies have HUS'IOXMI.I.K. KY. chester will be postponed two weeks failed or retired, representing capital of P. w. GREEN, - - Proprietor. from tho date fixed, Juno 1th, owing to i!)l,tMil,0ol, and assets of not less than the alovo hotel, tefitled and Also a full stock of Landrcth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's certain delays in the completion of the $147,270,845; all of which was either lost flavins leaed prepared twaci.oniniiilnle the I am Kentucky Union railroad, over which in tho bnsiness or withdrawn as poorly GooJ Garden Seeds in papers. in firtcja style. Katra very nd Sample Room atta. invested. nn excursion bad been arranged. fellow-citiscti- s ! 1 1 111 7T! j I Km-kiie- I ! W. P. WALTON. In prices at i n Jncl--loo- . i.i THE LOUISVILLE STORED n the history of our establishment hare able malic such low prices as will prevail this throughout ere rij departOur - I j an array lent. I j j Large Display of Men's and Boys' Hats W' .... 4k 1 Are now ready for inspection, and will sold this at the following cut prices: Boys' Bucheye llal, full siz cents apiece, worth Stiuuu Sailer Hats 20c, worth Youths' fancy Straw Jlals 10c 'worth s Bucheye Hals 10c worth 20c, Joe worth frje. .Men's fancu Straw Jfats 35c worth 50c worth well-know- n j ! wire-worke- r. .... 1 y A BEAUTIFUL LINE Men's Stiff will .,....- Hats this in flux '' '' ,r rtn ,,., 5)c will j'.j (trr, (iriltS' 7t" Great Bargains for Hals at ,, L W,?? former ...,7 hV& JU' ""dS'"' Hat worth SI andthis all i,(l.j., do Jlals j fk Qrrat for pleasure in assuring our 1 j- - j (ISWedoill hoes. JJats. Trttllhs, tilt """" pets, Malt ill, iJ2' low ,,,.;' friends that lagC ''"''.""" SPtlorrLh the ll'llde. of lead the foini in Ilflff Main Street, Stanford, K I i ,,, M. SALX3NTGEH, MA3MAGEH. con-man- y j ; j AI.LEN ATWOOI), nMrr JjQIJUL Johnson j M-- al N EW GOODS I well-know- ' '.. .... f" Dll. PENNY, Dentist. ; ! bi'.-ing- ." REMOVED! , Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, REAL Full Lino oThos. iLinmersoii's Sons Gents' tine Boots and -' ! v'. - Prti'nr I iii-i- i i- SEVERANCE & SON. AYRES &G1YENS, ioi-y- ' SPRING CLOTHING. Pincvillc, Kentucky. I i i 1 llirTii' j nisi i &&!fu Our Goods are Now All In i AdilLANU. K Y , : I rr Clayton-Breckinridg- e Ev-art- s, e EWHMi.'AN ASHLAND itulu-triiH ELEGANT ASSORTMENT line of Pants. Men's, and Children's Suits, IJj;lit and Dark 11 Colors, Sacks ami Frocks; also larjje STAGG & McROBERTS. ( ' . - - j NEWCO HOTEL. well-kno- ' . ......, ... .'. .- 111 Ao A.WABRBRPS GROCERV" - I -- . eshund For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks pub-Ji- t, 1 a ASHLAND, KY ria?-,- Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red & White Onion Sets, Pens and Iteans in bulk. 1 xrtLdajfljiar. iii "M wk- J- ' r i.L ; -- r. il ' ttl.-m- (hUu " fe wAa t- Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal ' Fri- I am Receiving Fresh Goods A si'I.undik lot of llovvur pots and ing the Itobiuson circus nt Danville Final! rVu Woiintxluyu nml Sutur- STANFORD, KY day. K(Ty ilay. Inchi'Iliic all the Noltlr in eroek, at ost at Mark Unrdin'n. -nc.WAUTON, buss. MnnoRer ilnyn. M. F. Klkln. KKH.NCII MII.LINI.KY. It will iav voti l cue Koirr. Fh.v.ui.'h immense eafo audlar'o nw ii .bii Engineering and Surveying in pr S rinMiij ii wht'i I am still anent for the Walter A. assortment of Al id FitKHit supply of LUdAN. llutlnHvillr, Ky piiiiit.s. May I , 18i)0 jewelry have arrived and all branches. aTANKOHi), Ivy., Onmliility and qtinlity .Miaraiitetil to bu Wood harvesting inaehines, the bust on he is now ready to wait on the people in thu market. I. M. Bruce. W. II. Mr HnberlP. i style. MEANS BUSINESS. I oHcr mv Motri I'ronertv litualetl It. C. Biiaiii.ky, Harrodsbtirc, wants l'KTHit Stuaui, Jr.., has the contract I.mculn 'ounty. Ky at bargain If at Kinzivillc Tint nettiet ami most htyliHb sold al once, wmium's (lar.lni ci'Jx, fro.sli ami to omploy it number of carpenters. for the repairs to the io and batH can be had at tho roof, LOlituming A (jixnl ronn, all necessxry ouibulld-ili- , p niiiiic. A. It. IVnny. Vc whisky niUndid plae to open recommended by the last grand jury and hi Wen vote J liack in the c unity; since will ex- E. H. EURNSIDE, Proprietor store. An examination is nil we ask. Steady work ami jjootl wai;us. or I V ATI ma and jewelry ropiirol anil change. Adilrwm W.I CourlH.V: Wray. is now doing the work. vnrrantetl. A. It. lViinV. KirtKsville, Ky. 107 if A kbw of her many friends surprised No Hotel in Kentucky has a hrttor reputation, TiiEliett jiliiro to buy ilruj:s, patent I ui.sh to buy in the next 2o Miss Bessie Iteiil Friday ovoninu by M Ualloc, the Lancaster merand Its proprietor I defrmintj trjat Mil II. Wiir.r. 'ui'duineri ami toilet article is at A. It. shall be maintained. ami spundinj: several hours at chant, has been a papa for several days. 3C 3S. or .10 days 1,000 bushels of wheat. Call Penny's. IU'y your ftcliool bookn, ink, tablet, 'on or addiew inunt tli Stanford Itoller her hosjiitable home. Ot course it was It is a girl ami the doctor says the very He has recently aMed to It appointments paper, pencils ami h1km1 Hiipplien of all Mtiic 'r l i.wto- a jdeasant occasion. linngo of Humphrey. Mrs. Ballou is at Kinds from A. It. IVimv. Ili117or-llriri-1-k-her father's, I!. W. (Jaines, and is sufferac Tm: season 1s more than a month beold mr. ofrp- IWfMtilHnu. on Tiik coutinuiNl story, Isabel, wo tiro ing now from a slight malarial attack, tlrlHE fwm bimntw. acrmiut ftof nt privatH) m I nlJer Also wile PERSONAL POINTS. now tuibliiliiiiL' is proviiiL' to bo oxceeil- - hind ami farmers are greatly delayed in but the baby is sound and all right. Livery Stable (fwmrriy cHi!t th st. Atph in sui.fcni.'Kj , A First-Clas- s their work. Not more than half the V I've. s, Kn , of Pine Hill, was inyly interestiiiK- - If you are not ronrihiu i iloaccommoda e the demands or Ins Increased planted yet and in many corn has been UriimikLkt. President Clifton Fowler, Thellnwi4iiio.trliKibl)loclfli.MiilhtrM. it you should litnriii to do k. in town 1'ritlnv. i.eat . I urnout furnished ha. alarcf and .iMumbl. trinslent patronaee. nth.. Instances much of the plowing is yet to of the Knob Lick Turnpike, tells us that uii.yi.1.,. !. i..f h.lunm. nmUfahU. kuu. ii ,. Commercial iravekrs and ethers. 1. .in.nr . Mit. II iti.v Hki.m is qulto .l with Ilr.KMKit t Claim Imverompletod their b done. It has been cold ami raining he lias let the building of a wrought iron asubniHiitial bn.k buililiuj f oT jo rooms, wiih Ho'iictlmu; like a fever. Mahlf two nt'nm ft.r mrr. haudisint;, a R. B. truss bridge acioss the Hanging Fork to nml nhrr Tyi.ois, of Sotnrsot, Is buildimr, between this place ami Row- sine lnt issue. Mii I.ii. c land, tiud cominunvHl yestenlay the me rving iriogu .waniuaciuriug l,o., oi Miss Alice HulNinks. Aim a itia! house ami lt in Ky. MMtin SiTi'im.n'sBtonn blew trees and other of beer, ami alio iiilnural wateis. SUCCESSOR TO Miv I.M'UA l.uii, of Cynthiana. is tho obstructions on the track of the K. Ti, V. Cleveland, for $"'iS. The span is iM feet Stunftinl i a pr.MT.vi town with a population ligured at 4S,000 lbs. if 3joo, rapidly in. rernij;. in etimi: of Miss Mary Varnon. K HiiAiii.jn, of lhuro1"bur, t S., which delayed the Sunday morn-inn'- s and the capacity is U. C. THE HATTER, h two railnhwl- - 'vitn for mon'. i a k1 M'MIOHAEL, rommutn-t- y n A. IUhtin, of lliublaiiil, bin writes that he lnin on hand about place Sr Ilnti-- ' uini. jnd a express several hours. The wind It is to lie completed by August !lth. 511 4TH AVENUE, tontidc in u urautetl an iuertioo of pension. worth of work ami needs a number of at narrodsburi" was so strong that had l.v an.l J. K. Buixiiox, of the linn of Brandon Tcrnrn MilU--furthrr parti ular m;i c iinjclf int. mi s. "r Miih. J. II. II oik Kit, of Spiinstleld, Mo. L'ooil carpenters. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. Ho will irive stoadv circus men could not raise tho Copolnnd, paper dealers, Louisville, M C POKIMAN Stanford ix Msiting Mm. Molhe Hockur and other wor amj v0(U Wni'K. tents and the vast crowd had to return has skipped out with his type writer, The Nobbiest & Most Stylish IllfltlNt'H. home without cccint! the show. who is described as a very unbcautiful comk of tliu Masons here are trying to j Stock ol- Miik W 1.. IUwon, n tin huh been at ' IJooMis'i.. The Somerset Reporter de- woman, leaving his wife and child. He is iwt up a blcelebration on St. John's day lue point of dctith with pneumonia, also took S1.000 of the linn's money and i .June ami llUMiieinii will hociuivufs votes nearly a pane of its last issue to kbtlv improvi'd. &?zm. Brandon will of the various buildings, both pub it tins since assigned. Mil w i Mils. W. H. Hiooivm wont ed ami voted upon at the next regular cuts here by a number of our Lis9&RX& lic and private, found in that city. It meeting of tin; lodee, on the Hub. Ever brought to the city oi Louisville, now open i cr Siturday to visit Itt'V. and Mrs. A. makes a ood showing and evinces the citizens for his erratic methods during including the HTnAKE H Motb'tt at Mhlway. A iiiAM.Kof went into etlect fact that unless your "eye is kept on a week's stay on one occasion. He ran M.. I.... ... ...... ...... I. ,.j iii. In Pin. KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS ,' on the K. C. Nrtiiday, but it does not of Somerset" there is a possibility of her deeply in debt, but his brother came, . In a further supply of fimt c nimti to lay .....,,.. lrtflitlwii.I ltr.itw.li . wn .V.... e,rowint: out of your knowledge. tint .... ifii And also my own importation of English HaU squared accounts and took him away. an summer u'oods t rni and Caps An elegant lino ol Canes and Lyon's day trains to Lexington are put on ami was ('..i W. s. Miii.kh, of tanm-le- r, Celebrated L'tnbrrlUs always on hand. I'in-Tin: tailoring estnblislinient of Mr. II . other smaller rhanp'i are nuulv on the Tin: hamlsome Miss MattioThouipsou, l C. Itupley was entered Sntnrdny night Saturday in liiuh ipirits over li main line. of Harrodsburg, posvc..ses not only an SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, and lelieveil of several hundred doiuus' rn'iir Knoxville. unusual tiuiotint of lnouty ami K1A1LCU frLL 1 III.L f.' Gloves and other Furs, a specialty Orders out To CwiJNTim-- . It. C. Bradley, the Mi.-- . I'. v s. i:sTt.vnn nml lnuliter, but has an eve to business, as will worth of suits, suitings. cVc. Kntrnnce BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA GA side of city solicited, perfc. t satisfaction guaran' b"eu on n HnrrolabnrK contractor, will jivo vhhuI i.. .t. (mm ti... f.iiinuimr..iit.iU..l olloctoii tliroiigli r rcr window l.vNlrne, of ltoyle. hnvf Don't lail toordera XilPHV HAT "Uvt teed wnees and employment all the suininr it to Mr. and Mrs. A.U. IJbsUhikI. tho !Iarrodburg lettei in the Danville nml as the deed was evident! v commit- to as matir Ltirpnters m inny aply. I le M. 1. HroiiMS tiasbeen coininiftsionwl Advocate: "J. C. Junius sold to Miss twl by some one actpiainted with tho a tte Iipity (iriiml DirUtor for tho hasS'lO.OoO worth of work on baud. Mattio Thompson a brown harness gold- - j mm' ""spNrion is very naturally di- riHiieo 10 itu msn tailor, witn several Knight, of Honor for Kentucky. I Oik brnw ImII club, the Intkmior Join ing for $17 aliases who recently worked for Mr. r Hccord. chitlleiice yet, stii, lmv not reiv-Com iso. Mr. II. K. Huntington, p res- Detective Newlmid has the case I.iiin 1I.n.i.i:mvx. wliohmhwn hand-lin- e although thy announced thetiuelvps as i lent of the Kentucky Central railroad, in charge 11ml be is pretty sine to bring hoitecs for n Msine jwuty, has rady Kune woeks ago. Can it lw that It was my intention to sell exclusively for cash when I went into the fast inMnrel with H. .1. Tniry, at l.exinston, tho miighlMring cluha are afraid of onr writes tlmt he will be here about tlie'Jtilh- the thief to justice. Due young mun general Grocery and Hardware business in Stanford, but by crediting to take n ride over the Cumberland Kiv- lovt a fine suit, another a coat and four a few U) ioo his pwrunts. Iniys? ml wns over my books now show that I have considerable money out. or niilroHil survey. Mr. 1. W. Vande-- , or live more will bnve to go without pan.1. F. lint tkixi Hmi.isy, it will be far more satisfactory to the purchaser and to myself I iiavkr line of nice iniliuery, which veer and others will accompany him as- taloons for awhile, if tliat was their only 1'. ton and J. U. Carpenter are booked and k'nowing that I can sell goods at a much lower figure, I have deI invite the ladie of McKinney ami vilaras loiumma ami we are sure nun 1(.ti.l..iw... (i fv ' ...r lb mcPtitiuot tho Kentuiky Medi-m- l cided to start Monday, May 12th. to do a STRICTLY CASH BUScinity to rail and examine befoie pur everybihly along the line will receive ut IIendeion ami will leave INESS. By selling for cash we incur no bad debts and our loss will chasing c'ewhere. Thanking Uiu him cordially. If Mr. Huntington takes dav, "KW AliVERTI'SKMKNTs consequently be nothing, thus giving the cash buyer the benefit of at hold of the enterprise we will have the Mkxii V.. II. Cii.nKM. and K. S. lie for their kind imtronaiie in Uie least 5 or 10 per cent, that would otherwise have to be added to make (t.MK-li- , of Wuyuesburj:, were here Tues I solicit a continuant e of the same. Mrs. great road built in short order. up for the profit and loss account. I ask only a trial to convinc cone M. V. Tablor. 3S. luv, on their way to attend the Southern Tub Danville Advocate tells of how the and all and trust that I may be extended that opportunity to make Tex. j Di:jio - Dealer In ltrtptitt Convention nt Ft. Worth, kts shouUI remmbcr that I'itiv.-i- nf tlmt tnivn vnri liiIIimI liv :i good what I sav. Heporter. next Saturday, I7th. is tho time Jixed tramp who worked the ileaf and dumb Wfljj L PffPERS Mit. F. L CiJirouii has been ulianged f ir a mass meeting at tho to j nu bciiui) puiyvii rtrrTTtrmn v rtrr n to ltowland, wliere naine delegates to the State convention racKci. f. m Wilhrtiiisbifrg ly until he got to the depot when he was U. osition with the I.., whieli meets in Louisville, May 'IS, to in- lias a lucrative going to use the ticket to Pittsburg, Pa. VARNISHES, ETC . He nml his wife have taken rooms noniiimtt candidate for clerk of tlile that the sympathetic people bad given1 nt Mr. W. M. O' Bryan's. KENTUCKY. ciurt of appeals. Lincoln county i'j en- him, wheiiheunthotightedly asked what! DANVILLE. d Mi Mismk I)iwini)ii an titled to ,s votcH on the basisllxed. )J llht uH.n0V, thclarK WAI.hPAPKIt time the train was duo. He was promptdaughter of Lincoln county, was est and Central Kci.tm V, torn pie te stoik oliceman with all motlatest aud mott inaru tu decoration!, the Mr.. A. Ii. liniBON, whoto (.tore at ly relieved of the ticket by a viHitlng friends in lmdon Monday and known to the and given only a few minutes to rid the do Shailes trade Koim Mouldiiiiss and Wi I'KICKS THE endless variety Tuesday and while heie jwiyed the Lcho Danville is a perfect palace of beauty, 1 have secured one of the windows and a portion of Stagg & LOW KhT AND WORK TIU IIKM n e -town of himself. was here yesterday setting bis men to ihecoinpliineiit of a pleasant call. an nutt is kind'y fill' itnl beTure orders are and will be ready at all times to repair Watches, Clocks store .2111 work at Mr. J. W. Alcorn's resilience. Ix'lio. Mif. PokikT. Coi uts completed the plated and Jewelry. With about 15 years' experience, 9 of which I have ' reAll the rooms are to lie papered and dec- count of mail matter sent from this of Mismis Iiia ami Li..ii: Twinwia.i. had in Stanford, I think I am sufficiently versed in that line to offer turned to their home at HustonvilleSiin-day- , orated in the hlghct style of the art ami tice during the seven days preceding, at TO w3rlDlG XL DllC McllC my services to do the finest of work. A share of your patronage is after a two weeks' remain here. Mr. (jibbous can till the bill if anybody 0 a. m. yesterday, and has kindlv given respectfully asked. My stock ol Jewelry will arrive within the next o l p m on At 3 Tliese young ladies have a host of friends can. In auotber column will be found a us the following statement: Number of week, when I cordially invite an examination of it. in and around Stafford who gave them notice of his bonne, which we trust those letters 1,7:W; drop letters 71; postal cards MONDAY, 9, 1890, who desire anything in its line will pa- - .mI; op with much regret. matter 4,042 pieces; Ou the premno, the secured the troui7c. Mivs Lkttik Hki.m has ' I'.s; free matter --S and one foreign position of stenographer and typewriter C'loskColi.kition. Out of an asecs- - letter, making t, l.S pieces, upon which STANFORD ROLLERMILL (or the supervisoi of the census in the uient of near a million ami a half of dol- fCS.Ol in postage was paid. Thu amount AND K1.KVATOR Fourth District, through the iniluence lars of property for city taxes in ISM) in hardly comes up to the usual quantity, ..f Mr. It. W. Lilian), who has aNo gotten Uirhmoml, the tax on only t4,''"0 rebut when you think of it that is a good WillUiMitd uithout reenc nt public uuition to the hr'hent bidder. n position for his son, Ashley. mains unpaid. This is a close collection. deal of matter for two ladies to handle, Capacity of Mill 75 Barrels per W. VARNoxhasrcturn-eJt ix.kTiiomis Ilichmond I'egister. Stanfoid would in addition to very large receipts that Day; Capacity of Elevator from Frankfort, wliere he did some have a goodly amount in tho treasury if come by every mail. good work for McCreary. He thinks the thane persons whose duty it is to collect 40,000 Bushels. son of Am iiik Cook, the tight between him and Carlisle witti the her taxes, would see that it is done Not Thu Mill ly a substantial new hncL bu.ldinc f Is Receiving His with the late! linnces in favor of our conuressiuan, es more than half of our citizens pay a town J. W. Cook, of the Willow (Jrovo neigh- stories,J tiuippcduithin so sards of.nd hmt mai hin-- I the Lomille borhood, is not only a geniusof the high- erv an situate in thrtown of Stan'ort!, Lincoln depot is prolonged. pecially if the contest Ux, which fact it might be well to look C'liinty, Ky., the heart of the hit v heal distrat JUs K. Uawlim.s, of Barbourville, a into. Kichmoml owes a large portion of est type, but a musical prodigy. He con- of uitlnn reach of excellent markets cluded recently to become a violinist, by three railroads leading lawyer of his section nml a tlrst-- i her thriftincH to her good municipal Tho co.t of tli entire plant was about voi Give him a call. having an instrument of that and it h.T. bivn run most succesluli and profit a Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. lam democrat, was with Mr. J. W. management and Stanfonl might be and not The kind, went to work and made one out of My nif u oiuipment .rljl Mill - now m up- here SundHV. Mr. Bawlings is a lieiieliled bv wntcbiin' her movements uriitinn HIIU lllll iilllil T'lSl. I.IIIIIVH its rpor such mnterial as was at his commami, Sale i made tutlo.e nutlifatf.urt of thv law paituer of Congressman Wilson and t,v,,ry ow and then. giving it a finishing touch that would be atinli. fin. .ll.ir.l a)i Kalati. i. Innn. anil l.ii 'em a comin' and a 'r.rtni uis tirm catches Kimtou Dyiiiu, of the London F.cho, a credit to an old manufacturer, the bow ')earswih6 per ent mitrCNt N'te svilh ap gw mo m far as politics is concerned. prosed seiurits and alien on properly to secure in his editorial columns his and all, nml with one night's instruction .anie Mwoii iM) Mus. K. II Bi iiShiiiKhavei expiei-heSIANIORD 11'iLM.Ii MII.l. CO. "heartfelt tbanks lor several prompt re- from a musician in that neighborhood, . 't.ml'.ru Ky returned from a two weeks' stay at Falls very much benefited by mittances of his patron-- in answer to the wonderful child can now, on his Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall e .VMlsv-yinstrument, make music rAJ j. Dr. A. S. the much needed recreation. Mrs. Burn-fid- e statements recently sent out nml fin t her Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, B'ivs he will "hold dear to his heart' that will sooth the breast of any savage "111 had tho honor of catching a Nt Rl.liOX m.NlIST LL. i Falls, the largest of tho each person for so doing. Tho wood- ami tickle the ear of the finest judges of Ollac on Man. street Jewelry and. Silverware. V II Million at tho M Roberts' On jii)re, Stanferd kind ever taken there. She is pretty cock's expression just before he llew is that accomplishment. not at all inappropriate just nere, we proud of the feat. Ski u. Cnr.suEii. While working the veter-- 1 think. It is all right to be thankful for county 10.ul near Boneyville, lateThuifc- Mir iviiMin. A. 0. Sink left things, but wben it comes to goinu' day evening Craig Skidmore and Railroad The day morning for Covington, where tin y the Milton, I ..tur for aie pmatri) my kuiias utid Malllcrd l.uusfurd and then go to way down into your heart ami thanking Simpson, a negro, got IlltO llll altercation ' old Lewii. jnVe. ami pi.uc, near the toD.x Ktver, will visit for a few days iunninB i.,ncaer ""' for paying you a debt that in ! and afterwnrds a light which will verv cnuimnir 112 Acres It is ell impr.ive.1, liiI- - Prompt Attention has Clarksburir, Pa , whero Mrs. .Sine's rela- Prescriptions Care " of (, ,,,,L' f," v,,',rs. Bil nslern, .tml the land is in at fine tate L.reuk, mi 0,,t )f 10 ' reside. Mr. Sine has btuck Ijiiih ru lives IIKCIV COSl 1110 inner IMS Uie. mere lias tivatl.ui Lullun i.raililri.siiie L Kt'tly pressing him to your heart to been h WITHERS. Iv to business for a long time that the given to Kngrav rather a bad feeling existing be- M fully Compounded is boot, the Ixtkuioii Joiiixai. begs leave to tween the patties for borne time and the trip is necessary for bis health and it o si,l n'"1 Kve to the Kcho the ' hero that when the hope of everybody negro, who was seemingly anxious to ing and Repairing Bill ifcBffrtriVssMilssssssW 1 excellent couple ivturns he will be rouago of pcoplo who either desire or have a settlement, began to abuse Mr. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, ' swU ,u, at all hours, day ovt'r lerimproved ami neiietlted. Skidmore with tho most filthy epithets ness transaction. London, - - - Kentucky. of Watches, Clocks Asoxo the hundreds of friends that and finally accused him of stealing a am urticr PnVC muvcu lu my Midiilksiioico again comes to the front hog. 'Io this Mr. Skidmore replied that mi.r.rea,nau evcrto new fiuicij inu the public. wo met at Senator Beck's funeral were acc0mn.odate and Jewelry. and nlghf. whom we wore father evincing that that magic citv pos- - it was a d lllie, When Simpson aild his ood Livery attuched and every convenience de--. ''two gentlemen with sired. lilc me a sail. . . . . assocmtcil h years ago HC8.SC8 more liberality than any place brother btartetl lor linn, tno lormer witn rather intimately 77 frank kilev. and whom we had not seen since. They within Kentucky's bordeis. Messrs. T. a pair ot orass kuuckf. ueaiizmg 111s Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. wero Messrs. Cabell Bieckinridge, of II. Arnold and (L II. Dains, pioprietors perilous situation, Mr. Skidmore struck B. H. D.A.NKS, Jeweler, J S WELLS, Ph. Q. Presc. Clk. Covington, and JuniuB Johnson, of of tho Middlesboro News, have extended Milton Simpson on the head with a hoe, D1LLIOXS SWITCH, KY. Georgetown, aud wo were delighted to a most cordial invitation to the members cutting an ugly gash and crushing the Dealer In .Mam Street, Opp. Our actjuaintanco be- of tho Kentucky Press Association to vis- alrull Siiis iisinn full iivlifiiiQtml ami liia STANFORD, Ky. ate them again. 18 or UO years ago when they it Middlesboro immediately after tho ad- brother, who did not cm,v to share the Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps gin some were division and resident engineers journment of the association nt Winches- Slime fate, turned his attention from the Hoots, Shoes, Clothinp. Hardware, Queens- ware, tnware, r urmture ana a. respectively and we a contractor on the ter, and while there be tho guests of tho wielder of the hoe to the wails of the up- Middlesboro Town Co., the Commercial Groceries, C. 0.. Tho years have sat lightly wounded brother. Dr. Heid was sent Conoral Lino on them and fortune has smiled propi- Club and the News. A special train for and ho with Dr. Mcltoberts performFancy Candies, Crois Ties, &c. All limit of I'rcduce taken in exchange for goodi. tiously to both we are glad to know will bo run, if the invitation is accepted, ed the operation of trepanning, but the 1'oslofnce, Livingston, Ky. which is very probable that it will, and break was too severe to hope for a reCITY AND VICINITY. transportation will be provided for each covery. Mr. Skidmore delivered him! Kuki.i.knt country bacon and lard at member. Tho success which Middles- self to the proper authorities when lie Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture M. F. Klkin'fi. boro has met with in tho entertainment was put under guard to await his trial ISuilcliiijj and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such good v you want your laundry sent oil' of her guests mi various occasions is as- yesterday when it was continued till next lu the corporate limits of KoUnd can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will he conbring'it in by 10 o'clock Mondays C. surance Hint tho stay nt that place will Saturday to await the result of tho m.--' II. J UARST. Kivlud. 86 vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. gro's won mis. bo both profitable and delightful. Carj.on. 'it leady-mixud I'uiik (Jurmnn Millot H. Foster. mm-- for f ale. .1. J Ick-toM- ) country, nt v. sotln water, the best in tho A NUMiiKit of tho citliens of this place I). Mi'KoiiurtrV. showed a decided cood taste by attend HARRV A. EVANs. ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, For Sale or Exchange. . lion-ne- ts ,THE MYERS HOUSE 1 post-offic- e Couit-IIous- o .-. o, FOR SA j HOTEL PROPERTY. Pw1 rtll u I - j appurt-uanc- e ?l liot-tllii- OEOGEGHAN. lIo-nvil- l-, .i-- .1 is pro-pec- t- !( Hob-inson- 's T I r V. 16-i- 0li Pvfc' (MOTHERS -- I CLDP,psbn0sR rr,ci,u s'.of EASY B( AT world-renown- I 1 r- - . bright-iiriik- s. Mfflsl'Sii run n I - 1 .an-imh- Ilu-plo- y. FOR CASH ONLY. . Ue-lievi- -e- cn-tary, - as- - pub-pas- t, A. GOCBBOSTS, I j court-hous- e V. Sr- 1VL&RK HARDIN." CJl - ihwim-plisbe- TO THE PUBLIC. -- 111 Mc-Rober- ts' .11 1 m i iM-cla- 4th-el- as JUNE ROBT. FENZEr.. . d 1fffetirtHpti(:i. A: SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Al-tor- n , ! "- J . s DRUGS and JEWELRY Cum-lifrlan- d , home-mad- PRICE, 2i'-in- 1 or "" 1 Farm For Sale. 11 16-i- m bu-Iomi- - -- ,,,.., .... h amf:i )jim Best I'k WAToer9 Watph. pat-th- ' THE I RILEY HOUSE, ,,,,' ,'si' , I Court-Hoiis- ' 1 t of HE FURNITURE STOREI assssssjissssafjHrsssssstifissssssstsJsHSSsssJsssssflPsssssssa j For Sale MACK HUFFMAN, FBDF. j I Twenty Lots O. I . isaw-t-lsi- i: iM&i && i'l. i.Ja5.Mi- - I V spw guy, XV. li Candidate Constitutional AUWIOf SALE OF CHOICE I LOTS At SPRING CITY, Tennessee. a'h"rs",y' The Iron Center, The Garden City, 2- j Hf ih Ul Hie MRS WORKS, Qnn DO U LIGHTS, III. june RAILWAY EXTENSION, S.C., TO 1i Tuestoy' We,Msaay 3d, 3E BEGUN 4th AT ONCE. & 5th. 52:--.- . i The Bo3t Point for Investment in the South. Closer than any other City to Inexhaustible Deposits of Iron and a Coking Coal fully equal to Connellsville by Analysis SPRING CITY is situated at the Junction of the Central Tennessee and the Cincinnati Southern Railways, and within six niile3 and Test. Mines in active operation. of the Tennessee River. A City of Gardens and Handsome Homes, with the greatest Manufacturing and Industrial prospects of any point in the South - SLAST rmittCE, $33,001 HOTEL, OSISIC t to early purchasers. GROUND FLOOR OFFICERS Prices for Lots bought before the sale. Special bargains Private sales continue until May 2G. I? RISE HACKS to the beautiful Rhea Springs, a popular Summer Resort two miles from Spring City. Everybody coming to the sale will be comfortably house d. Special Excursion Kates on All Trains. For fuller iuformation spply to - II m Benah Mnsomn. Lcxloftet.. Kj . President Hphlnttone Mercer. London, Eni; , ist t ice- President Horn D. I. Moore. Ltwrencebtirr;. Kj , id Vice- vl lame Hon. Milton J. Durham, Dantillr, K.f .Treasurer Stephenson, Harrodsburg, Kv.. Sec") Hon.W II 1 Wilton, Harrotlihurg, K , Business Mangr I.. Veal. M. Afet Ky . President THE , ANGLO-AMERICA- N ASSOCIATION-Limit- ed, SPIRING CITIT, TE2ST2T. aMaSSSGUffGr. h-- Capital S2.000 000 II. MILLER I Cvntention to represent mcoln count) in or Salo---Bric- k The Courting ot a Widow. t Main street, and the a widow of Now Jit- - In whit h I now I live, Tli is letter from the ... III... ... ... la Ikllll lias.. KI spy propoiintlsn very lnteri'Mini: qiu-It hwsi.ky ,ltt. Corl squre Stanford s I- - tt 14, r .- - !. .. .. by Bonner's Orat Kittle "MissCooley, by 'lelegraph 301; and dam, the! 3 dam N. Y. Mill nv bj Onstoltr. lelegrapli 4 tlam einin ol ;to. Cooley, by P'riday Vermont, Jr , by Vermont, dam by, Olittr Kd Barloa will stand at my stable. 3! utiles Chief, Sr , prtxliicetl the following .Maud irom SUnford on the new White Oak .indtD.xi Marvel a at, Beaaie Messenger a lK. Abel a Jtivor lurnptke, near iJinltlernr's .Hill M. a o, iilsa30'j, Robert II a 35), Manning It n Candid tic nr Clerk of the Court of Appeals, a a31, Kathenne S 1 J5, Messenger l.irl a 30 the 14 ji. Singe a Living1 Colt. subject toAugust,action of the Democratic party. I'rttty Belle aChief. Jr , lj Messenger a Nannie I. , Jilt 510 8 Election Messenger is the aire of Will showoil a6 times antl wore as blue ribbons Rue sats he thinks he is the finest show mare 1.1 1 u4H alto fitu a J10 premium for the best marc Kentucky scglt anj 7.S lor tht' bet horse colt of Ed Messenger Chief, Jr , wil make the season ol gt lobe thewn in Stanford the first Monday It a Candidate for tleiiloii to the elli. e of Su R90 .it A,s" mT young jack. Common Schools. Klcition first perintendeut of id Oior(," a Colt. Monday in August neit $15 1 ulsn hate. a mares m trvea few jood jack, a at & to insure lalh ot yeursold the rlt Joe 11 a reo m tine Which I will stand at S10 to insure- - n living Ctlt. la. i October. He is 14). handshijh and of LinI hate added ntiw bujies, wagons antl horsus to A licit will nc retained on coils until Hie tcsitSH y(e ami action. Bretl by Pet ton hmbrec, of stable coln cocin.y, ami has double crossof Jim Porter. my livery business, making my turnouts second in money is paid. none on short section First.clasi Thealote hortesaml jacks will make the prvs-.A tivn retained on 011 all colls tilt the season is nottcein thisfeeding by the day, week or month a . -- ,.. tMtnn tl inv farm two miltt Souih of Stun- and -- -- duo wlfcn the colt comes or mare .. tuecUli)-O.J THUR.MOND, C M SrOONAMOUE, lonl Kj jOnhoinertetptKe K.iitsiwJh' 16 Junction City, Ky Stanford. 07 am Stanford, Ky. j jm (iranddamofConnatigbt craves sympathy and $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Byllrand dam M of a sirl dotttaotei tHt Muney due when colt is foaled , lien retained on MAMBKISO CIIIHl'stre ot lads Tlsswa. her loneliness and despair she feels the colt O A. LACkt Stanford, K). ROBINSON, record s tt Mone due Full brtitlert- - IWIIh.ll I. i tuil 1. pto . r. parted with when the coll is foaled or the mare need of a strong arm to lean upon antl a j j in j Dam Portia, brKOP.B I CK. OOl ol t ll I fUjle Dtamark i a Isautiful seal drown, with Dassbt WlllhP trusting heart upon which to rely. Her San of Wallaie Denmark abott, ittdambtMil H INFIH.D good matte ami tail, t lunds i inches hirjh. will t e The ali record of for's Denmark, licbt the racehorse Denmark, hi weeds, her downcast eyes, her gentle fahu hsttdletl ones peel hint logo it no atvasure I'ail. his spaesl, Itecoid x and sirr .f Itohin n' Si p.. niter teuts old this Snriuir. has aever l:im Klorize , u dam b) Montgomery's Olner, 3d under an tht j ',, Pa.nell u antl ol dam ( Rt leieiiee more than two oteks, btst he is ful' ot salts ami slam by uiu Drcnnoii. Turn is a tine'shaped horse sorrow, patient SUlk'rinff, Btld attitude of ()) will make the season on the larm of W a M. the best prospect for a producer ot saddle atttl SIASON OK 190 Mlaek witn heavt mane and tail, it), hands luirli 5 lltisst'A Co.. silt r Creek, Ky.. I atilrs fro. tlam by lit ImoDt. sire of ji in the list and earn lOtnrneed horse in this part Ml the Slate. and is a turalsiddieraiidhas proten hi2clfa dependence make a powerful appeal to 1 follow ItKhmondon the Latst atier turnpike. He was tired by Oh lime, he bv Stonewall lack n f 00 mjki thr wjwn sire named stallions aiChyeabeotcsr.-oC" she he at he l.irni.in,; miles xiuth-ct- tstllDan t, lie, K) dam by Krio.n ot . my Jf' sire nf t in the li- ami son, he by Wa6int;toii Dsitnuti.. he by Illack ttillmake the season of .Sou at ewr.V ,Hnnl.V bre!,9t' Denmark Knndsire of i At .540 from Ilustontille, nearCarpen- - yoiinc and prettV. Such a Widow IS aimy farm 3V4 miles tl be Vermont Black llak itt dam b) sou ! Alrsattder's NorsaaH r's Station, and will be permitted to serte mares stl dam one af the HjnibUlmHun, Kneld, recortt a , b) rod raare eer Its Cen Hit oldest colts arc coming two .sr olds ways interesting', oftentimes absolutely by the insurance, tral Kentucky tlam Julian Machree. bt SVl)'s Star Will eraae snares at 10 cents ner dat aud wt.l Ketllight will make the s.axin of i8o at irresistable. Even the loveliest of maul- takr ull possible are, but at not rtsponst-lfiar s t ig4 and Mattie II lawn StiH k Kirm. i't milc-- east ot "shelby Ciiy, .it In them iwdigtres y.i will find r ) jI brteslinc aicitlcnis or escapes ens may well look upon herns admirer- - Ktill brother to Genetaat 3 tonr $15; Tom Wallace 3 34' K AM A. CO T S Bl " and these stallions too will see mditiduals of By ABDALLAll MAMBRINO !$; ous rival, though she enters into no for- $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. rare in beaiitt JHd t breeders seiocd to none "send dam I.lln Hopkins b) Old Octoroon mates where Ihey will - rto.nerlt rared for jiur mal competition with them, and invites j tlam Mollie Winfrey by Atant's Ahuo the sire of DENMARK LEXELL, i W r Mt Vbl I Shell y Cut k c. I nNDID(.I i' and Nora William Singerly tender rejiard bv renson of the charm of Alslallah Mambrino lv Almonl so. t : Sou of Wallace Denmark, a handsome colt, fcl iLim Ljtl (tlam of Uuly M.ibjlicu j as by Brown tine sire and of rot.il blood, wilt be used pritalely. her widowhood only. Mamiard Chief, Stock committed to my care and breeding will ! How soon after her bereavement these a dam Kannt by Ben Franklin Grass furnished receive my person il attention t 'a k p. inU. 1I4 hinds high, foal la .tall at reasonable rates to be paid lorbelore remot.il of evillellceS of )OWer will bring Jl feeling of dam Nance by Sax Weimir ,,, sire of Nellie en in Sirr.l Pilot. t . , stock. Ito retponsiliil.tt fur accidents or escapes. .. K'Neal Jlls,, trial air I'uk Wilke. a 2f., trial 'I Record m- wnu siock lorieus insurance inn makes (iifiisuie it) iiiu 11111111 uiii; nv.iiiui ,., King Petosky In.tl lUisy I laruns Terms. $40 for the Season, Dark bat 10 hands hiuh, weight 1, sx, p. unds na, ai, j tea' tod trial a and five more MaJ stKKl.KCAKPKMKK. t"0"tl"e ry I,ou, Standard that Foaled June, 18(5 depends probably 011 circumstances hate shown trial. f a ,0 or belter all in last tet With usual return privileges to marcs not plot ins Brawn lltnc, iA haads, fbwlt'sl May, iMs. ll CLAY WILMS sua, which is certainly woodcrlttl for and her temperament. Some people reold He by George W ilkett he bt llysdtk's lliasble-tuniststlsm wilb liutilcd opportuniiimj by (.e.Wikrs SIKKD BV KIKNZI, bound sooner than others. In one case a a sue of Harrv Ursi dam by Keirular; hu bv Volant ter Wilkes a V,, (iuy Wilket (r'dll brmher M Kibc Hm U SMITH, .. Red U ilkrn (s ir f Prince Wilkot s i,J, 2 Resukir Wilke. is as fine ".aitest hone at will be the man capable of restoring elasticity to found in the Wilkes family He has never btvst i da HI by Akssont KwrefK jof4, mt of AtattHtt William I. sireot Aslell. J)ear4d record a u SIKH) BY C. V CI AY . it sold lor )ioc.i4H and Is the only harte that stands bundled for speed but can ao tert fast the unstrung heart may be close at hand Thist,rottni)r and combined stallion will make at 1 1,00a he tettsou He will make the season .if 1S00 at My hmlo the preient setson at Dr. P W Logan's i", miles anil in another he may be long in com- Dam the dam ol (Juinin. S i tlam by Garrard hiel, stte nf Basil Duke aillf first dam Klita lane dam ol Maud Messenger tuilos from Hustnatilleati Dantillc juke at Kust of Milledet lie on turnpike road leading to Ibstter s sire of ad tlam ol z tt'Vi by Geaile llrcca. sire of Pearl so, dam damby (irvy Kngl ing. Mere concern for conventionality Stanford. V Cbti ( alihan. ilutu S,nruiMi tlm tJ C t of Pearl stadium 2 J? Lady Davit a u't Colt. Waterloo is stand- may lead one widow to stitle any new ill 1 30 list, belotv 1 19, i;rantl tlam Abbws, dam of $10 to Insure a Living Description and Pedigree Second dam Kitty Kit en dam , daas bv Coppf rbot.iMti, atre l dam af Basil Dsike year olj ret ord 2 .7 on slow track)ofb)Bertie C.irl, ard bred, bbck. 17 hands high, weighs i,jolbs , a in j jo list Atetandter's Ueli retained on colt till the tert tec tn4tt is magnificent stile and action and is a sure foal allection sosoon as it Ims birth, while AbdalUh, sire tf (.oldtmilh Mini a 14, Kosahml Grant ills- will he limiteil to ten approved mari-ptiii. Mares (rarrd uo rcasotiablc tetris No getter; Ins preueny ciimbining speed and Ji',, AltSHiMt.bvIk mow l, Ac PENCKisa horse of g.eai rsalural safest, tVasiisg another will tend and cultivate it, how- - at tnetert low price ot for attulcnts r tJM ilities He has a rec rd nf , saddle Ihinldam ket (sue of the dam ot isumIc a record of t third heat at ears Aid and Kentutkt Wilkes Red Ja aad the lecoati ilinoo: AND, He is by Kichelieu: he bj Mambrino Chief, lie soe er great may be her J T 1 all, 'I his is no murk ol hit ns era tert slow track $50 for the Season, Mors land Ky by Mambrino Pat master, he by Mambrino, he ti SoSmi;, I.iaaie ofWilkes 2 2ft4,andLaura Utile has shown trtala in a 18 anil u,uarWrs 2 tpevd, as he The feeling of the duty of grief for the hy Imp. Messenger Brown JX. Combat Isire Williams il in 34 aacottds, wlnrh ss rale ol 16 Very rsastds privileges isaltt. Wi'h tht r list uam iiciiu iiwic uj i.ay ..icssciii;cr, nc oy some and blcod like, and after ittrtirag a limited aoW Red Wilkes (.ire of Prince Wilkes a 141, Mares from a disianct kept on itrjs. at . in aiarplimv. he bt HnmbletonUn; lie bylmp. Mt- - tieatl may DC more lrrepress.me lit one Phil Thoitspsti a uilf fi by Crnnct, son ofSher will be wsnked for a last ret ord luinbur of asaies Hat and mtintli at r..int!li ' man s!5!a ,,rdu hy "".'L hLp,,'": than another, anil vet the reality of the ratt Pntjs taktn to With the ntarad of HaiiiWetMsiaii, MatsibiiM in- nt not hi Imp. Whip, i 1) by Blackburn s Whip . . . estra fait Chief, Pilot, Jr , aad Kdwla I orrcsl. and as great of Fourth dam anMessenger mare, supposed to liable s'ii,i,i. ,u, .,cc ur u tin a tnorouunbred v uiu n.unr nun i.v 111 eacil iimr ju aitram, moiirillllg Abtlallah and Wood. an individual as he is he should make a treat A W sMI I'll Dautilli Kt if marc by Imp. Dwxiiede. Bay Messcucer's dam I'slotky if.jj, b) (learn Wilkes a as, first dam Sl, ir.l Therefore we say to the iiuiuiring widsin. k horse Will make tht wavsi of 1S00 at the I anni watoutcf a full blooded Messenger mare and by dam of N el lit O'Neal sS,tiMlan. il.lt nt Pence A Karris at their trat k li, miles Kalie Imp ltockinham ow of New Jersey, consult jour own Jacksoa trial s to at yearsohr t.rev est of Manford, K) , at Kiehelieu was the most fashionabl bred trotCharle, trwl at year old a m and others ting horse in meri. n and the winner of more heart in this matter. It has evidently trot cktse to to b, Iron's Cadmus, sire f, luemiums and pur.Y than anj tlierliore in Ken been touched. $30 to Insure a Marc in Foal. PosahonKUi a W'lf You wouhl not write to itS.s.c ,,11 tuckv IIKKIVI KIS mke the season Standard under Rule 6, j and S Waterloo's dam by Helm's Yorkshire; he by . imrtt VOU The iliTectioil that ; ur at mt plate e. miles from Slant .rd, Kv Mart Marcs kept 'V will torft it in 3 otherwise. landitril Imp. Yorkshire, dum by W fingers llelsrwa ar: II nth Bran, h pike l ,!itt fnr . lit isr ililr - tlrs, nt in r in PBKTENDKK dam by K.outh , 3d tlam the noted roan mare have awukotied brings JOJ tO your tllllld a e or at iclt uts m ikt tie be .iIm . el g intlt I'red ror t w Sni of Dictator and Winona b, Almont i,ee otvnctl ny Joe nenn ana antrtvaru t .s season ot tb,,o ai "M.ples, two milts from Ian despite its misgivings, and those misgiv $25 to Insure a Mare in Foal, 'Waterloo will staiul t l lnccwtd on Ntanforil luke whrieilitt Will It ft unit itt dam Lancess t.tsicr Son of Hainliietoiii.tii, dam at ant time ready to ings come not so much from memory of mure frc lun ) Lady Koehafellcr h) Ameriat.rt4tr.ftt ir v f $15 to Insure a Living Colt, the tlead as from fear that you will ovei- ican 3iar. .tl dam Bay Hich. piiti il Kilh ARini simn, ,,,,i motid, by Ilamblttuaian do not entertain cl tlam Mom Will or crvc marr ul J will also stand at thi sane p'aie mt fine J ,ck, stop propriety if you Jierni tint t by Iitlwin Stetens B I. en Knot, rec, rd a with 14 l4t them. 3d dam Polly Steteus iy Mambrino Chief fd ao in u tltss (.en Knox bt Veitroa $10 to Insure a Living Colt. l!a Kit hntond, aire ol III., record j j;), ami Hero, 141. tlam Daughter of Aithur lima' ut As for the man who would woo you, sire of tlam ol St Cloud, record ! dam. I.ncfy Arthur, is by BnurbtHi Chief, w ho seems already to have wooed you to .. L.t.nc But without any while arsd Not. Lancet, brawn with right front heel and Lady Maud a aa and many other (kmkJ ihwi air is King handsstleiiis a bright batand tail, of ritsv MSlOtolnaurt ci. M.utt dm hlgli fine mane left hind pattern white, foaled May ji, ias. This out of Lilly Arthur, thoroughbretl is it't llataahaad-somstreaming tiin or hen m tre is parted with at " good putpoue, we applmul his spirit and is h handsome and tert sttli.h colt. Iiiith fiuished w ill stand ai n.v sia1 s .t M Km, t btty is4' bands high and ha proten himaclf tioo and la a natural saddle horse bros'n jack with white puints, 8 ears r.ld in June it llorsi tin tht. Juk- lie hy Silver Knig.ihe great pfeaiaat Isorse, seas, til And lull iH hands high liewiik siretl l.j Aiken's adllllle Ills IlietllOil, SO bold, SO frilllk llllli and with ;rea. muscular power, l.ia It'ns and feci a tine brasrder. W ill stand at ,. iIlltS are soul. is action isopenand trapp and his t dam llUck ist dam by asp Buckden ail dam by Dennt't i NHIZ I'lnllip MntfWiliiam heb) llOt lit'llti'Il breeding exi ellent Il Pretender is last, sht wed a Drenaoo. by Satin Jtinnet; she wus sired by KinC Phillip, jd SO btRllglltlorwanl. $20 by the Insurance. .. great tkotv ft) dataInnls 1'ilmure He FUaanr was a borst dat wash) Jam by Morecasii,. he hi Jim Porter, I'his Jack about the htisll with llilltS, higllS, lUltOr- - quarter in j; seronds and is l.y Dictator, ire of VZSIKallONT, Whip and nut of a mart bt Prank, thor a hnelireeder trotters whose average speed is greater than ant number of his has nraen.himelf o ugh bred. OUS glaUCCS ami tlltlld foreltodlllgS, but three siretl bv otht r stallions His dam is well iiltsliatc sold for $100 at weaning lime WYANDorih, J36. By Hill's t rut. ut the pribgite of tlam mil no u lire, daughter rf e id Hamhlcto PKNCP A PAR Ris, SUttfcrd .t.oney due wnt-- u ec, ,. ,aiea or mare par.eu . nil...m,....i liin.!lv and (!niiniMnimlv man, and lie should an ewnod, "on taliutlilr horse. make a tert urilti By MetroKlitan, one of the best bred sons of He will stand P LO GAN, Owner. to the attack. He is in love with you, WalTKHLOO, Kysdtk's Hambteionian, bavincr for his dam r, tltac,mh by Clara At Ton Dollars Insure. tlam of Dcxtel 0lu.1tt1antlscrond daw the sirethe marry you ami he luus told you wants to I. M. ISKUCIS. 1 17 Dictator, of II v Dr P W Log iii's aterloo that has u ret ortl Director 17, Phallas 2 mid Jay Kte ee so in plain words. ofaaoalid is standard bred. See pedigree ft a 10 itt dam Lad, Welch by William Welsh, sire LIVERY, SALE MB FEES STABLE, Logan's Waterloo Is that to "display a lack of courtesy of Prince Imperial 2 aalf and Jiremlah a 75; Wateiloo . Jr's dam by Levi Hobble's o.ti tlam an inbrud Wagoner mure Tins horse ton Stonewall Jacksonit and good manneis''" It is to show the (Standard Rule t, tains 41 percent, ot the old horse R,stlyk's Him Sl'AN'KOHD, K Reuben it over iS handi high, oark bay and a o 10, the founder of the giciilcs. trot bletoninn highest courtesy antl good manneis. If Bat stallion foalcl in i'i , I hue breeder ufgfMitl hones lor nil purposes and Kills llljll, etur known, iourin will stand at SPKtlAI. A I IKN I ION to COMMKUCIAL pound', l of hnc style and well tin fumilt the world has different channels 11, eaily, if your heart is weighs t he has come too tlirough Ins tuins from 4 hands lush, foaled tSXt; bred still in the grave, you have only to tell galled K)sdtk's llanihlcloiiian, oluntecr. Metropolitan travelers Horses antl mules bought and sold Black- stallion, l6 Ml sSKNdl.R CHII I IH S, by ami Willi tm el.li Onlt, SIKKD l! hnrsesand tehi, Ic. used in livery $6 to Insure a Mare in Foal. by A. Goldsmith, Orange county, Now ork o Abdallah Pilot KI KIN, laiienster Sired by Cattelar 106a 'I. him so as hiunely as he has told you of Waterloo, Jr . is u virydark brown, or black to (Jen f.eorgc II hornlirstilaui own sister istiiam Woburn Maid, by W'oburn jca his living allection. Hut manifestly he is, sire ol Scott s nomas, record .m liy Mamhue in.inc und tail, compactly formed, full in ('Ihcdam ofCarver, a ijli) hands inch high, fine stle and uctloii and n line brino Messenger, ad dam by Mainbrino Chief, and dam by n Mambrino horse has not come too soon and lie honors dam by Imp Napoleon, atli tliiui by lempest, id prouueer 01 columned nurses , perlectly kind in 7,1 Jam bt Mambrino Mestenirer disposition and a sine foal gt tier Will stand.it dam by Tiger 6th dam bt Diniabj's Diometk Volunteer, s, sire ol St. Jul- - you by his proffer. I desire tn tell my (arm of about 1.30 a. res, situ Cattelar, 106J bj ;tlnlainby Cannon's Whipp, alh ilmn by Slupp's sen i it!., eti'.: itt nam aitss .oaine Dt nam .tied about O4 inilet north of Stanford on the May the sun shine gloriously in New Par.ii'in. tnond, sonot Poller Clay id dam Well's Star Hush Branch pike, opposite the old church there $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. MKSSKNOLR CIIIKK. JR'S Modesty 226, by Jersey on the wedding day, and muy joy sjamof Arlillerv a Jil4, and .ire about v acres in whc.it and rye; the balance RiUistetiil ns Bob Link by Vtrmotit, Jr. iluni American Star, la, 3d dam by Bertraud. nf the farm well set in timothy (food dwelling Also three good young I) Imp Setliian. atliim Vobnm,34, by Hiimbletonian, to; 1st dam attend your new venture into matrimb- of four rooms ami kitchen and splendid new uiccu laus. iiuu i, ucii i uinir uii.ei, iii iiiiicss t iisc fti pn liMi) iiifir an,, unit" in. ttnnmi style on both , , , coes like a trotter He is hUh-ta- il sides to the third ccnrralion.it liatked bt thor SOOIier, ailtl HOW IIIUCII SOOIlcr tiepeiltls oughbreds on both sides, making him very actite .1.. of 1..- - heart. It inav hap- and sprizhtl in g.nt, inform and finish a perfect model. He was sired by Sumpter Denmark, he pen and it often does lumpen, that the Cromby (iodd.trd's Denmark, he by Gaines well's Denmark, he bt the race horsp, Denmark proflHldltV of her Jjrief antl the depth Of . Hit first dam was sired he by Imp iledccford i. ..,.!.. iIIVI .... fV y Sir Wallace, he by Todhunter s Sir Wallace lli:i illl.tl. IIIIIC lit IU lllU lU- -l he by Sir Albert, (thoroughbred) id dam bv new demonstraculiarly susceptible to (dam of irtniitis b Tranb), thoroughbred) he by the citelirated M.tson s Vthipp, 3d tions of affection. Her wounded spirit Jni a Whipp mare consolation, and in nin a widow. My husband has been dead I!! months. A ueiitleinnn of liifili one llii leased trail,ol the stables at Pence .V I'arris standiii).', indepondi'iit position, and and will run a most honorable reputation, whom I have Breaking and Training Stable. known personally for many yeais, deto pay me his addresses with a view He has had sufhcient experience to male him an sires pert ill the business ami his rates w ill besery to marriage, and has frankly asked perreasonable Give him :i hare of )onr patronage, mission to do so. Is it proper for me to consent'' Or does he display a lauk of THE FANCY SADDLE SI AMNION', courtesy and good manners in making such advances so soon after my husband's death '" Under the conventional rule Of socle- Foaled Ma i i8r is ari'h Mahogoii, ha), ie,s4 ty a WlllOW lliav lliarrv aiiaill II Vear af-- I lands high, heat t mane and l.ul, is sin. ll tine 11,11 1111 and fancy; is iioih a natural ana pleasant saddler, ter the death of her husband. C. L. CROW yr Wallace Denmark; , I I 1 ,, ....., ' .! t, $15 to Insure Mvinj; Colt. f, alcd iril 4th stallion, ic hands iS6 Mis 1st dam by t.rn I sale, d dam bs C perbotlom, i He w sirtil b) Messengers hie(, ' ill hmUi the strato. of . it mr tnl U u Sun jr , by Messenger Chiet, sire 01 Maud Messenger a ilJVj ; 1st dmn enme Klmo J o, ad dam bt Masubritto .Messenaer. tddsmm viamnrinocriiei. ith Ham by Imp Napoleon. h dam by I einpe.l. iplJ.UU tO lnSlirC a LlVlIlgf UOlt, Mil dam b lisT,?th dam by Darnah) s Dm ' utn tlam iy Black Stallion 154 Hand High, Foaled iM;. mde. till dam b Cannon s Whip, was sired b Sound and all rml.t Will not !i' allowed In rrre mares that are not rrular l.r rilert Money due Slnpp's Caramon Mesaencer Chief HY l. I.E WII.KKS 43. Abdullah Pilot, tstdam b Mambrino Messimgrr hen the i ull comes, inari- sold ir tisiisttired A SIRED d dam by Mambrino Chief. Ac He sired Maud lien will be held on all oils until pid for Descnptioii an Prdisrre llarnaim ChieT, Jr Mattel dam Katp, by Gill's Vermont 104 Messc.Ker j iAH. Vbel trial in is a ted sorrel , stands is bauil- - jinthf.ni beibl, Itotcrt II, record id dam Mail. Emil), hy IMm orkshirc 1 j years old this sprntjc lias l.i' lail and mam- and other fasto.es 3d dam Little Kmilv, by Wagner i4 ,V.) H.llMW S,r,a ni t..) rn...LS ri.i..f .k. II1C 't.i.r k i. AtHlallati lllotttas sired bj Alexanders ,i.uai 4th dam Knulv Speed. b Imp I.cvianthan. tIM( S..IIV,, l by Pacolet jth dam lah.ittdam lllandina l famlitlno Chut He, of lady I home 1 s His dam Lute, the dam of Lyle WiUes 68. sire of Dan wile Wilkes. 11; sired Piclatd iSt, Red Jim and others The dam of Harnatm Chief, Jr. is Hauler t v Chief j AloTttader's mlallah (sire nf Rjsd)k's Ham- - bj 1 imi ol V alum's Mambri.t he imt of a mate Konat j foij, Mattie Wilkes a ,Ts ! dam oy i.eurge )y unlit t likes a ji, tnal Hlo bletomn., sire of Hester 1 17 I siretl l.oldsmith b Alcsander's Atulaltah, j a, ist dam 1.) Aintrican Clu 34, id, by Mam-- I M.tlil 1 11, Map FUall 1 nj, h. Hi huh sirasl he by Old l.cnagtHH, jil dam hv Shawhan's lorn brum Chief , 3d d tin the dam at Kricsson 1 30 H ' Kobert lc(reIlr j 17, sire of lVmnie MtdrvKor Hill, he by Ball Stinkincs 41I1 dam by Davy . n CrotLet, sth dam by Halmrn. Ihdam bt Wells' uTOrjc 11. ..uses 519, 1. za- sue ui 09 .jierioriuert in iK. Ac. Ac St. Kliuu .iifJ b) 3. more than any sjalHun lhii.K or 1dead- -b Abtlallah, dam said, to be b). Imp. llellfoutler,A.. i Crusader II Wilson of Ctalhiana, Ky , sold a Mr llamiltoman 10, iri 41 performers in Ju, dam ' b Henrt Clu S Mambrinn Chief, of trie second dam of cofMhi.esl (isVllne, a full brother of llarnsu. Chief s.....- - 104 .... of Bonner t.u r j, ' M(vsscti;cr Chief, Jrthe sire,t.. great Iwd 1 ...ul si. "Gill's t tMhers .. Si,7o Jr , for $i,aoo, als Black f3r,s 3 mile ,.Affi1 7 j$. the ilimi nf I he ' j i8li and MsuihnAA Patchen; tvha in turn sired Ahj IEtlHkr sold anetber rombineit (eldin fn Kiii'j and 11 nlh.rs in j so aNd bsllir Jwsmi ounn see the breed t.f this botse is that sold for big pnee. Count Wilkes I onvfon Nclli'y L t 5!t, liambetta likes j 'JH. and also sired the dams of Guv WHkes it's, Hur sotuht after than an r r.ther stallion as ttset l.r in? Col Ilradshatr 1 m and seteraloth-- .. on Wilkes 1 it and the darns of 15 others with better pines than ant other stallion Abel j ers iii the list, bt Dowmnt's Vermont-s- on of records of 1 y.and belter maa He will land the season of iSyo at our stable Jmby itarsUysCoiumbu.. Mt Splendid Noun: SadoU ilu , fine taited and as hand - near Turnerssille at vvilkks is somea colt is jou tanfind in theVilkes family. He has neter been handled lor speed, but ill Living Colt. to ! tmt last when lundleit. tin ill make tn season Soo at my plai e t miles from Stauford on the J I A-- II (. GOV I It Danville pike at Will make the seaso of sv at mt sis at Man lord .si 1 I .. Rosidonco 1 ' Q-QVSr- Mil COM BIN KI) M M I KN, 11.1) Harrison Chief, Jr., Tommy Wilkes, Jr. H'l "I III, Kill lc pertniiml Id I Will ID4SI It I ri r, II , I STAR WILKES. crr nurr lh Kl hmcmt il 't IIM I I M jMk, $J0 tO IllSUl'O a LivintT Colt ' - it 'jl. m', i),irt Man-.iH- . ti..k. iq, , l Moner .die hen the roll lommy Wilkes, Jr , i a hewtiliful ,' hsi hUh and has aitleftdid sit I anr at tion He . ner r Marry sirsM oy lomaty Wilkes, he Wilkes, retord j' - . he I. y I .flute e likes, ret ord ,1, the Kiratest .,rr of all tlallltw lir.idambt ol;l soneall Ja Vson, the aire f more giioi' s,litl horss llian any other stallion Ills dam was known by etrt)body in Kenlurky )a, 1 i as ''7, . Misw-toke- ), 'I he t lt ihr old Wm I lant4- - it iVm 1 uk ( .l tor the lervn r J 1 asar CiiNN s 1 1 11 . - trcil r "j-!. iuk star ji, j. jlj uA kn. s., ,. .u YAZ0O,11799. Bet old I ualen Mi.ud Afrit , sei s.t is,' I It) H 11 f more in the ir.i data olsrtde a Knl D. nt N , . 10 1 list, , ., re.or.1 itP, ) By II LI. Ml dasa of $10 luaure a Eagle Denmark I dam TOI Hed ligilt 5822, 1 S ouag lnrita 'uiUu. Baa semer ao', sire ,ljj Irani ef Portico (,ir cvf Mtattuatscs t Duat l llrmcn , tear Id record 57. Dam oft. hdde Harola, two mil record ib Kag land t Dam i ahu, retard t ttV) sire of Nulwtted, , i 1, at 1 1 rj.) 1 1 . I J mm mm ::;::: 4 j 1 I 1 ' I k lH.V ft , -t Quinine S., 11048, S 1 1111 Ri-dy- Amr-rua- bt to Insure. W,-- l. at atSIO . s 1 In- lo-t- BREEZE 11, l 1 WILKES I 1 IRegular "Wilkes I 1 jp 2sT G IE . ,1 , 11 WATERLOO. first-cla- ay-tea- r un GMSVILLE I 1 I C 3 1 4 - s ss I 1411 n. I samt-i"t,n- a i ,,a-- v iff-1"- l , ! - nt-rot-i, Arthur Sims. 3041, Wyandotte, v ) MorL-a- ! I LANCET, 7871.- a 5526, II ti, 3 l . ,1 M I 1 1 1 11 KHTG 3UC3SDE1T 1 STEVE WALKER, 1 j, 111 HI -- .. i 1 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. I - e .... I 1 1 1 Moal-gttate- HKl'KEN I 1 Ed Barlow, 2375. ) - to JR., ,., W. Messenger Chief, Jr. I I ( firt-cla- ts - 1 51 11 Belmont Chief 8689, I Farm For Sale. 11 1 J 1 er 31. F. Brinklcv n, to Insure Bar-low- 's WISS KATE IIOGI.K - -- ,', JOE embree; 11 to Insure Living liv-ni- v Livery Stable. Two Very Fino Mulo Jacks, ni M.S.inUO''' 1 barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can ired b) the great t. be given immeJutcly. ji', Fnr particulars, ev J. P . ,.. W.tl.tc-.o.- l sire of Nutwood j liailey, alanloru, or write the nnuertignctl ut Belmont Bo, a ij, Fred Arthur a i$i, and 3a sons Cincinnati, Ohio K WUHKRS and daughter in the s 30 litt ist iluni llelllu Kinkead l) Contractor 1144 sire 01 wr. ft est 2 ijYf givery, ced and Sale Stable ail tlum full sister to D Monroe a 8, b) Jim Mom, ie, sire of Monroe Chief a i Knit Balct a iu, L.11I j Monroe a 16, Monroe Chief a g il a mid u, oihu.s mat. j',, King Jim list. lir.l.VIOM CIIIKI i. ajroathurse. iwtsess ngr.irusMjimetiycJ form and beauty, ami ttith his eusy, frictioulow way of gomg uud hisgreat blood lines, there is no reason, willi good oppor tunities, he should not become the equal ol hit great sire and illuttrioua hrother uud tfslurs Will make tho of iSuo at my itablet.it McKiuney, Ky W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. $30 Season, LONDON, KY , Good turnout and nddle hones always lor hlr With the UJ'til return nritilcget. I.l.nlteil to 90 on reatonabte terms. London it the mostconven outside ma.es lent point on the railroad to reach place in tht 8 J P. CROW tn the mountain se'tion of the h'tate rial as j- -) cur old if. Bel-ou- JACKS ALL WELL BRED, old at duo w lien roll it foaled retained on all colts the teaton moncv Mares kept on reasonable tirm but no lubilitt for accidents ,J J W. s.lVKNS $8 Seutnii Lien Tito a year, old p.it, at $0. and f.-- r j,!i Vik-Bi- William Iyle. I.) le, black with ncalt - ' .4 v, hands high siretl In I . -. .indoinofaipleiidiUjciniet. will make ihe season ofiSyoa.my stable between the B4i.lle gno note Stanford and Danvilleand My fine jack, Williari II us tons Hit. pikes at san ,t the Mares parteJ tyitli forfeits insurance and money falls due O It. K.TOLKMAN $8 to Insure a Living Colt. jtmmmmm f mi jit "s j.-'i- , ...'.! -- J& Is -- 'l