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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890052001 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. I Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MAY 20. 1390. NO. 23 SPRIJiG , AUCTION SALE OP CHOICE I LOTS At SPRING CITY, Tsnnessoe. e Tuesday' W9toesdify Ti""y-ThThe Iron Center Garden City, j Ul Llltf OOU.tll.juNE 3d, 4th & 5th. nf'fhani.h Mil WORKS, CITY, '.srz. FLOOR GKOl'M) to early purchasers. II. II The Best 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 mile3 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 BUST NUMB. $50,500 HOTEL, ELMC USER, ULMY EXTENSION, C TO 3E BSDffl AT ONCE, Prices for Lots bought before the sale. Private sales continue until May 2G. . Special bargains FREE HACKS to the beautiful Rhea Springs, a popular Summer Resort two miles from Spring City. Everybody coming to the sale will be comfortably housed. .Ss k - IE nil CALIEOR IA. o, 1 (ilM'ICKKS Special Excursion Rates on All Trains. For fuller information apply to . i. Itr..h MmoAiii. l.piio, Ky Hrciidciit t klhmton M treat, bomaom, Knf ' m !l. I. Moor. UTBCbf(t. Kr , ii I II.. n Man . W StMnaoii, lUrtodkbtirg, II l' WIIwmi. llarrulbiirt Ky , lljtinni Neil. MiAfcr. Kr . Milton J. Durham. IraaMlk, K, I am h..MMr Tturr THE l ANGLO-AMERICA- N OOO ASSOCIATION-Limit- ed, SPB.I2TC CITY, TBN1T. $2,000 We were very glad to renew the acrtrm in the Kaxt has already ordered .'MMl llowers. The view from the top of the -Htons of the next crop A gentleman if dome is very tine and takes in the vul- - quaintance of Hev. V. Y. ShcppRrd, the Santa IIaiinmi May 10, 'W. pine- - ley for many miles arouml. the Sacra- - earnest and devout Episcopal minister lxn lleaeh is plmitiiitr out t Iikak Intkhiou. Well, ''v seen the 'Miiules. fie Tlio plants were brought from inunto river i which is on a hiiiii just who is located now at iiarodshuru. ) I jjreut mpo villi', n( which I linil heard Florida. The San Morn? .evaua was lormeriy ot Kielimond, l"o. Has nowi, the snow-covere- d a., and n .? 'rM rm yri ' S much, ami it well repays out for tlit planted litis spring 200,(XX) oraiiire trees mountains, the (Joint Hinge and Mt. Ii- - great friend of our father's family. When jo t, i trip of live miles to Kot u look at it. Mon-tocit- on their Chula Vista much. A man at able. On a perfectly cltsar day I suppose we first knew him he was a veiy rich whore it nourishes, Is a pretty lit- Ontario Is extracting by distillation, the the ocean might be seen with the aid of man, but unfortunate speculations swept Is Receiving His mass, tle settlement In a pretty little valley, oil of orange blo.souis. It is worth r I an his lortiuie away and turned his attet ' sold in Smitii o where nearly all the fruit The other buildings ol Interest are tne turn fioin money matters and worldlv al Ilarbara ia raised. Thetruuk of the vine i t.t... fi.ilfm-iiii- i for Kentucky ne.t Permanent St ite Fair and the govern- fairs to tiie higher and better aim of man, fuel in circumicv., and and he became an Kpiscopal minister, building for its largest point is nient at W'ednosdav. hoping to arrive at Stanford .1... Give htm a call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed Catholic church. Ti... last is it... Hi.- - for which both his education and trainference, ami not huinjj e.xaetly round is about a week from that time. 18 two feet through nm way and about eat and Ur.'.t of the kind I have yet ing fitted him. He is now a very sucT. It. Walton seen. IJotli the interior ami exterior are cessful minister, doing much good for tut he the other. Its branches cover an S.uniMHvro, May li, 'W. arlmr 7") feet square (and wouhl cover a ninnillcenL The hirfiedome rising from the caue of his Muster, in whose ser. . i t( Arrive! heiw this , Dkak Inbrbuih 1Iu.t.fui sir0 vice he so greatly delights. He thinks UigtT space if there was more arbon, Pacific and twm ,8 (ront attriU.t the attention f ev ami has produced A Ions of grapes in a morniu; by the Southern that thesweeping away of l',,K 0ry visitor. It is always open to those was the best tiling that could ids fortune via OiiimIih and Millie season. One am hwrtlly conceive louve have hap,.,Htiv furnisliinus of pened for him spiritually, though hard of a vine of such diuienskuw, so I ileler-miiie- il for Stanford. The journey from Santa ...i" , wi i. to sw I have secured one of the windows and a portion of Stagg & T. It. Wuton. toMo imml iiwHMira it for my- - Itarburn is one of oonsidumble interest. the inside. to Miller in a human sense store and will be ready at all times to repair Watches, Clocks Striking the main line of the S. P. at Hell and Jewelry. With about 15 years' experience, 9 of which I have CHURCH AFFAIRS. FARMAND TRADE ITEMS. While iifople ure niiuilnjt wild over Saumis. in L-- Anelyj county, the mad had in Stanford, I think I am sufficiently versed in that line to offer Kid. Stanley's meeting at Iomlou (Miie culturf, they are ovtrkokinj; the runs for some distance tiiro' the sail 1$ Wastkii. 100,000 pounds of wool. my services to do the finest of work. A share of your patronage is leiiiuii rop, which I vvntnru to say will diito mountains, then into the Mojave had (i additions. A. T. Xunncllev, Stanford. respectfully asked. My stock ol Jewelry will arrive within the next Ho v. H. I. Caldwell held a protractbe the lietter jmyinv one in Hve years, desert, and after entering tliat barren I have two yoke heavy, well broke week, when I cordially invite an examination of it. Jteautiful lemons can ! raised in South- - WMstcoiiimences theawent toTehachapi ed meeting at Richmond which brought work cattle for sale. J. M. Heid. em California, and when properly euro! PbS, nearly 1, 1U0 feet high, and after :t0 souls into the fold. Tin Sun says that wheat is selling at over the The Mercury says that Hev. lr. Versailles at 7" to S7; wool are superior to any except the Messiim. reaching that holsht descemls at .'Sandcoin llemg almost a necessity, as well as a famous loop into the Kein Valley, a large Scuddur, of Carlisle, had :'.t) additions to at meeting at Pine llljill", luxury, while oranges are- only a luxury, areii of table laud, not very fertile, bouiJi his Johnson, of Boyle, bought of J. I). Ark. is far greater, lie- - high ami rather too dry. thtir consumption of 2 Hev. James Kerr and his wife were Myers and T. M. Lilian! a car-loa- d of After this comes another chain widen being used in the hotel and many rattle at UJ cts. emerge into drowned in Hoykiu creek, Suinpter, Ala., and private families and in sickness every mountains, from which we J no. Wagers it Co., bought from the while on bis way to preach at a church Having secured the services of d.iv in the year, during hot weather mil- - the great Suu Joaquin Valley, the largest Silver Creek Distilleries !fislop bulls at -' in the country. ltuns are consumed in the dillorent line of them all, and for the most part line Hevs. V. Williams and John Hell and I! cents per pound. Hegister. drinks which they Hre capable of milk- - farming laud, with here ami there an The Italian regie contract this year (Mbson exchange pulpits next Sunday ing Then, too, the prices are always area specially adapted to fiuits, ami 1 am now fully prepared to do the former preaching here and the latter will call for l'.l.OOO hogsheads of tobacco. iool. especially from ho middle of June gnjes in particular. Fresno, one of the at Turnorsville, morning and evening. The purchase will beadjudicated in Home towns in ti October, during which time I've best and most thrivinggreat raisin South The Hev. T. DeWitt Talmage is a on tho Hist inst. centio known them to be scarce at jt per box. ern California, is the Castaway II., classed as "cattle from drawing card upon the platform. He is I' ilifornia lemons are the one to supply and several other places in the valley to receive $10,000 for 'JO lectures with the winter tracks," won the great Brookthe demand at that season, for they rip- - produce big crops of fruit. Immense lyn Handicap from the Eastern ctacks in Chautauqua assemblies this summer. AND en late ami are not in their prime till Holds of wheat and barley are seen all Di.C. H. Homphill, of the Kentucky a common canter. crop is consuleied the've lain in the shade a hundred days, along, inula 1,000-acrJohn Hill sold to Jones of Cairo, Synod, was defeated 5(1 to 7:. by Dr. Jas. covered with chad", which treatment a small one. Some of these big farmers Synod, for moder- 111., a saddle gelding for Sl'".0, 10,000 to IJi.OOOof grain. I have Park, of the Nashville nmkes them more juicy ami softens ami mow from e All work warranted and promptly done. plows miming on ator of the General Assembly of the and J. 11. Dunn, of Garrard, sold to seen nine reduces the thickness of the rinds. Southern Presbyterian Church, in ses same party a combined mare for l!00. of the boomed towns one "land," cutting about four or live furThis also is one Frances Dunlap, of Montpelier, Idasion at Asheville, N. C. of outhorn Cahtornia, ami durim: tho.se rows each. Tlio wheat is green yet ami Hk. Cho in tic W. IHni.W' and wife ho, has a trained moose that he is anxbememorable years nearly all the line doesn't look as if it would do to cut with their live children have returned to ious to match against a trotting horse dwellings here were built. While not fore the first of June. Ah I wrote before, They for a race of a mile for 5100. Tyllnll, the Independence for tho summer. crv numerous, there are some as line as the heads only are cut, asthegreat quanspent the winter very pleasantly on moose, has a trotting record of :,::!0 and arc to be fount! in any town of this sue. tity of straw is of no use except to plow Sanibel Island, Fla., where Mr. Dunlap can go much faster. s iuiehow, in these boom towns, the fine uiitler. Will Pcpples and James Anderson a The Southern Pacific lias been com- has secured homestoad. duellings always impress ine with the Hev. W. Y. Shoppard, of Harrods- - are the boss sheep shearers in these digof now road ' Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall i I.m that those who built them wish they pelled to build --0 miles burg, preached a doctrinal sermon at the gings. They sheared i)'2 by 1 o'clock Drugs, 1 adu't been bucIi fools as to put every- along tho old line this side of .Niugms on Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Friday and say they could have easily College Chapel Friday night to an atthing they had In a house, for It is a fact account of thu btreuniH changing their He will be with us got away with 11.1 to l'JO if the sheep tentive audience. Jewelry and Silverware. that lots of people in Southern California course ami washing away or threatening again the ltd of June, when he will hadn't given out. They get 4 cents a This had to bo inadu thro' li,nt- - nothing else, ami often they are tho road-bed- . head for shearing. preach, perhaps, in the court-housiii' irtgaged. ( ne of the most elegant and a rough country, too, and was a heavy Capt. John C. May realised 27,?,',S Sunday was children's day at th" on luMiitilul buildings (which cost S40,000i expense. Chinese do all the work Methodist church and that Sn inlay pounds of White Hurley from Hi acres The over- - rat I mud construction. .. . nines the erect of a hitrli hill, fechool enjoyed the largest attendance on his Bourbon county farm, over four-fifth- s to this place the mute and the viewisulove-l- v From bithrop inking the ocean, for years. The collection fronitheschool oi which brought 10 cents per Prescriptions Care Prompt Attention thioiu.'h the .Nicrainento Valniic, the four Santa Iturlmra Islands to it, ino-tl- y Ay in mint Mi"i i iSnv alone was nearly $t, which was augmen- pound, and the balance I cents, giving ttu south looming up splendidly in the ley, a very lino farming and fruit counted coiisidoiably by the visitors pres- ing him a total of $i,lft, or iflSS .listance. Tho islands being very moun- try; and judging fioin the amount of wa- ent. given to Engrav acre. Western Tobacco Journal. fully Compounded tainous, are lit only for sheep raiches. ter and the dampness of the laud, there The annual conference of the WoK. W. Lee bought of Forest us Heid ing and Repairing Six miltiti from Santa lWtrbaru, at an el- will not be much need of irrigation this man's Missionary Society of the Metho- :W cattle, of James A. Harris & .'oi lf-- of feet, on the mountain suason at least. All along heiethebeau-tifu- l dist church for Kentucky, which wns to Farris Samlidge l.samlof evation of at all hours, day Wash Kastlaml llveoak grows to perfection, as do have been held in Winchester, June 7, s. of Watches, Clocks Side, aie uuuieioiis hot springs, the temThe price paid was 4 to li cents. peratures ranging from 111 to US0. The also the locust and the cotton wood. lias been deferred until June 14. This These cattle are all select expoit stock and Jewelry. place isa considerable icsort tor the i. Trees are one of tho greatest factors in was done to prevent a conflict with the and were bought for Lehman Bros., of and night. enhancing tho beauty of this country. Kentucky Press meeting, but that has Baltimore, Md. ted. Thomas Wood bought The citisteiibof this country are feeling As n general tiling they are mighty also been deferred until June rth. of Hice iV Fox (!0 head of Watches compktil demagnetized in fifteen minutes. The ltihle Cause Committee of the slop-fegood over tho prospect of two through scarce, except arouml tho towns. cattle at U cts. This lot were B. H. DANKS. Jowolor, J S WELLS, Ph G. Prose Clk. This biings me to Suuramonto, among southern Methodist lioneral Conference slopped nt Mock's distillery. Advocate. Huntington, who was hues of railway. W. I L. A: N. president of the Southern the nretticst of California cities, with a ,.,,nrtmHiio following statistics ol the leceiitly made The Uncle Tom's Cabin Co., which Pacific, says the gap of P5 inilcH in that population of about W.tXK). Havinggood American Bible Society work: Heceiptsl C o jrt Ho Main street, Ci .e, S 1ANKORU, Ky. l'luyed in Louisville last week, drew so it is a place Anting the past tpiadrennium, road between here ami San Francisco railroad and water facilities, j it vis foiced to throw up must be built this summer; and as tho of no mean business importance. A r,:)S; disbursement., ?2,1 Ki.lSO. During l,nnr.v that large amount of fruita, Ac, is packed the four years tho society has distributed t,l,,8POv- - The miserable old chest- S. P. and Santa Fo haveJiad a little fuss ,,IU 10 proniuueu by law '1 about tho transfer of the hitter's passen- here. It is to a great degree a residence f, as. t'JO conies of the Bible. During its rho,city council of Covington has Angeles to S.ui Francisco, city, and there ate some lovely homes. unijr0 existence it has distribu ed 5'77u- gers from I.ns ordained that hereafter no pools shall he the Santa Fe has decided to extend its The State capltol is a grand building and (17a copies. The agents of thu society silt! in the city and making it punishaafter thu order of f0nd jn tho United States 7.'7,OOQ faini- line, anil tho people hero confidently ex- modeled very much capitol at Washington. It Hes without I'.ibles and supplied them, ble by a line of from $,'() to $100 heienf-te- r A Suro Curo for all Di&oasos In pect thoy will build through the valley the national to hell or make" pools on horse races, general comniittoo of the Con- richest part contains (50 rooms. It is built of stono Tiie near the coast, as that is the and providing that for each ollense the of the State, and is far preferable to the and granite ami has a number of statues imx Conference of tho Methodist church, 011 each side now taking place in St. Louis, lins refused maker or seller shall be arrested by the San Joaquin Valley on account of the along tho top of the walls, of especially to substitute the word "man" for "bus- police and tried before the mayor. . dome. There is one . du'at and intense heat of the latter routo of tho Twenty-sevcr- n men were" entombed middle of tho room 1111- - bund" in tiie marriage ceremony, but line work in the In summer. Arising from Impurities of tho Blood, and t',c' 'tlv'g of a mine operated by The biggest orange tale I have yet tier the dome, representing Isabella as- We can't see that this is much of a tpiesfrom Functional Derangements. Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal h Miring Columbus that ho should s.ul in tion to tpiarrel about. The same hotly the heard comes from Highlands, in San ,ltMr Ashley, Pa. The scene at the of the now woi Id oven if she had rhangeiitho degree of oH'ense commit-- ! P'll'.v county. A mnn named Cram says A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN acre of seedling orange to pawn her jewels to raise the necessary tod by a member of the church, who en- - ,n'no lls " ,,ea( a"d char.red bodies were that, from one piece was pre- - courages the litjuor tratllc by renting. l'ei"g bionght out was heartrending in PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. trees, hoaold last BcasouJl.SOO woith of funds. Tliis very costly oxtremu. .Men, women and children oranges. Don't think he'll ho able to .sented to4lio State by Mr. Mills. The property for baloons and signing peti l'lirneikvillt:; sale bvA. R l'unnr, llailcr. fienerat Mcr linn, ..... .i.nf .lnu-i- i miiiiv nconlu. -- It is es- - grounds are urge and just tho loveliest tions for licenses from "imprudence" as slintKlu " groaneu ami tell upon their tirFor HVI Jnct, Sit Inu lnttl DiusxUt. Stanford. W C Kingtville; I llu C Roo !... (it Wnviieburz. h,V n C Salem, WI I Met ally, Urtiggut, N & A V Unnlan Mitmc I, M .11 A .... ..III..fl.....i-- . lll........ knees, lifting their hands and their eyes timated that the output of prunes alone imaginable, so beautifully terraced and ow designated in the discipline to "im I t rati Orthard W H Cummlnu. General Merehandue, 1'reaclieriville, J A Williami, lmKSt, toward heaven and prayed for tho dead. McKinliej-- , C II Ilalcr, Ocneral Mercliandue, Highland will be L'o.OOO.OOO pounds. One set with grass and dotted with trees and morality." 1,-- V) ARUPLEY,--(t'irv JS m Vhitiih m fe ftilMt ' vie'S) a ( SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. post-olllc- e, ' tii i TO THE PUBLIC- .- to-ni- t. Mc-Rober- ts' HOBT. FEBTZEI.. 'o. - two-week- s' j NOTICE. '- 1 er, thos. DAiroar, of Chicago, ALL KINDSS WATCH WORK six-hors- A. R. PENNY. DRUGS and JEWELRY e. -- MMEI )HY W ATCJBC9 Best Railroad Watch. 1 pr af-H- l.'.'OO-poun- d ' W. B. MoROBERTS, ' ,!.,. DR. ELLIOTT'S l,-- Medicated Food, vrJEBykr' HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs "' H'-di- Coin-searc- -- this year v t si AtJiU. . v ' ,'!! JfgA. t . V- -. t jtjt .jy . sr-Trr-r-- T T--v.r.- vTy; jptrypaircrMj W I.iKKacreat many of our most distintiino iu the NaTiikrk was a red-litional House Saturday iifclit. Hnyne, of guished public inuii, Senator Carlisle H A common sohool ed Pennsylvania, rend n letter from i follow not college-bred- . ucation is nil that he received, but he, named' Campbell statinj: that while May204 1800 Stvnfohd. Ky of Indiana, and Wilson, of West was not content to stop studying when Vginia, were members of the Ways his school days ended and his success iu and Means Committee, they told him life shows that ho has been worthy of that SI") a month was enough pay for a the talents confided to him. lie lnt al-w- e ive t workinpmnn. Mr. Hynuni had pnbliely served several terms in the Kentmki Oifreasi Thk Leuislativo caucus responded to denounced the chaw as a lie at tfiej House and Senate, was elected lieutenKeep to the verv unanimous public sentiment iu time it was made and had characterized ant governor in 1S71, represented his favor of John O. Carlisle for L. S. Sena- Campbell, who is head of the National State in national conventions several tor and nominated him for that high of- Glass Works at IMtsbum, as n liar and times aud was twice named for presiden fice on the second ballot Friday night, p.njurer and when the letter was read he tint elector. He was elected to the nth which was the Slth of the contest, (iov. reiterated tho words and added that he Congress and regularly to every Congress Knott withdrew before the Sth lmllot had about the same opinion of the mem-- , since, serv.ni: three terms ns hpeaker t I ', in, nnnrn dn- "'.t (),' J Hedhun at it. in which position he made a national and Gov. McCreary after receiving o0 her froTii l'ennsvlvania. resolu-- reputation for fairness and etllciency. VIM (7110111 Of JJVIJ (tOOClS. LlOUllllQ, Of IOCS, AV Son- votes on that ballot also bad his name once broke loose and in the din a -V " CVCV withdtawn. Then the contest came be- tion to censure Mr. Hyiuiui at the bar Senator Carlisle has now eaclie.1 the zulllULV gUUUS ClWUpcr tween Carlisle and Lindsay and the for- of the House was put and carried by the next highest ollice in the gitt ot unmer receiving 72 to the lattei's 41!, Mr. republican mob. He was ordered to ap- people. He may yet be given the highCarlisle was on the motion of dozens of pear at the bar and he did so acrompa" est. members made the unanimous nominee nied by scores of Democrats who refused Instructed for Adams. of the caucus, amid a scene of rapturous to obey the speaker's autocratic order to The democracy of Lincoln met in conenthusiasm, rarelv presented. A com- be seated. The speaker was forced to de- vention here Saturday afternoon. Chair I wech. mittee was appointed to inform the dis- liver his little rebuke in the uproar and . I man of the county committee, T. D.New- S 1 r 111 tinguished leader of tarill' reform of the when he was through Mr. Hyniiiu reIV (inn: land called the meeting to order and ex rj , f t r t t r i fi MflWlU action, amt invite him to appear before marked that under the circumstances he o. &j; ivoot. Jndpjw. n House as i.hiue.iiHoi.jn.t. the bodv. He came, but it was fully 10 accepted the censure of such !or,im,Mh,uci,o,o,. ciMitnioi, at, minutes before the applause subsided a decoration of honor. Afterwards Mr. sufficiently for him to attempt to express Bynum was congratulated on all hands wo, his thanks for the honor conferred on for the manner in which lie bore him-el- f. 1 , , Ly , n . in. The republicans have had it in for him him, and then the usually calm and up- s . i.ij .- -: ..up.u. s: i iirwvsH.ivru "'an r v.. " i i jiii full of ever since he denounced m such plain uarnenter a comnriiee oi live man, was almost to follows: w. k. 250, 'Oe; gratitude to speak. The balance of the words the revolutionary tactics of the pointed on resolutions as Genuine I nderWCCI-- III CrCtUll " 1 Varnon. W. F. McCIary, G. A. Lackey. ,. -seienades Carwho rules the House. IU spent in St IIP ft night was ,t j. M.Cook and l. k. Wei., After a iii when, as the Lor and U short retirement the following repoit was Cfl, ,s I 71P Tl Times expresses it, "the milk of SA. nuv r. : ' r;n . . .. human kindness mingled with the cor ,1 4T,; ...-.- .;. ,iT' v...-"M..j ... ' .j wv rsijintiiiifT.v ll'CU i,a ttUULll l,ll,l. Ifl'l'lf I1T. I Tl. u llrllll . iiM(,4 rvvvLVKU.il .1 .. II ju lf for tlie Louisville rimes, can tight as We, vour committee on resolutions,! ; Vum, dial of the corn." Each of the defeated re- of .2jc ben leave to ma' ke the following report: candidates made speeches congratulating well as write. A few days ago he remans- - made iy tlCIh COIIlC be COllVllU'd. ported seme luckassical . fi0,,..mi A..mlitv on liioi.i ki. 1st:, That we approve the a treat big etraplini; ignoramus from call made by the Democratic State Kxer ..,! - .. ..ii n...: i. .iii f .....,t.. .i, ".- -.. ....!utive, Committee for a convention to . v, ..nsir.. declaring that they lelt no chagrin at the -.ndidate for clerk of the " ir. iinnuu result of a contest conducted on the naine 0I "rmn. Coilrt of A,MU1,iSi t0 be held iu Louis-hig- h The like t0 8ee himself photographed in type Vnie on tj,t. jsth of May, 1MH). principles that prevailed. . .i.... m. r.i:Di.. ....... I'd. That Dr. II. Hrown, J. W. Alcorn. i.M.i in and the next dav he abused his privi-- i . tt, elClli James it .. . tun iiv mitinn n timMi t l.'tiiM ill v nf. J. H. Carter. , cniii. ..11..1.. Street.. . i nomination ueiure uie juim Gentrv. W. H. Miller. K. II. Hronauuh erence to nun on the noor oi wie noiise niwl IV IJ r?iirtinntir be soli'cteil as dele- :.i.,.v ... Ulll i14ltlUCl( .'.. nn n.lmirnlife snPP.'fi and the formal ballot was had. Mr. Car- - This Mr. Ford also reported aud tho ,,nU,s to rt.prepcnt Lincoln county in said Three thousand Austrian bakers aie fit) lisle received 107 votes and Col. Silas telegraph editor headlined the uispatcli convention. .. ..........v.. on a strike lor an increase ot wag HI, Hill MIUI nomine, 1". iu a lurid manner. For tlie latter, of to cast the vote IIVICIiiHca Adams, the republican of Lincoln county for Tlie result was announced and in less course, Mr. Ford was not responsible, Hon. Georu-- M. Adams, of Knox routf ""' K,,u"" """" ""l ",u """" than two weeks after Senator Heck had but he refused to tell Hardin so when tv. for clerk of the Court of Appeals and loaf rather than work lor their surrendered his life's work, his successor he ipuestioned him about it. He then said delegates be further instructed to 'av. on an question ruining v... Rl1l,l.i,m.4 nf mill lmv.. Inst was elected in the person of a man fully commenced to abuse Mr. Ford, who is a vote as a unit "MODKI. GROCERY" before said convention. - been discovered in Madison county, be able to take his exalted place in the small man, and finally struck at him, 4th, That the proceedings of this meetmiiliu,...i in the Istkiuok Join- - tween Waco and t ollegu Hill. . new tlu niitinn. The outcome is but the newspaper man warded oil the snlopct. nf cmiLTiitiilation not onlv to blow and planted one himself in liar V.IL. nunini:omHiny is to be lormed to deTiie resolutions were adopted and on velop the resources of that section. Kentucky, but to the country at large, din's face, cutting it badly and stagger-I- t Commander McCulIu, of the I', s firmly tlie "Kentucky ing him. Friends then interferred and motion the names of Col. T. I. Hill and in the minds hostilities were brought to a close. Mr. Judge W. 0. Hansford were added to the steamship Knterprise, was found guilty idea" is still entrenched c on live dilferont charges of cruelty to his and hearts of Kentuckians aud how Hardin may not look as pretty with the delegation. Adjourned. Sets, rew and acting in an ungentlenmnly . gladly and how promptly they always skin peeled olT his face, but he will go Tim .I....,..-.- ! n..rl l.V ... HIV. f ..0 V.r i ..... . ..mintv., mir-- f compliment and honor the man who is back to his country home a wiser and a suant to a call of the county chairman, manner and has been suspended from lhU ,l ,u" ""'in ' v: n u. ai. ami ssman tlie embodiment of that idea. Mr. Car- - sadder nian London, Sattir rank and duty for a period of three years J met in the (iarden Scctls in papers. Ho ought to have been made to spend lisle will step at once to the leadership There never was a contest for V. S. day, May 17, '!0, whereupon Dr. N. M . the time in jail. of the Senate and Sumitnr. in which there were so of the democratic side umiiv Scales was chosen chairman and 1. F. light for an honest govern-- , can(lid.,teSi that resnitea in as little bad continue his " .ment, economically administered, with, eellllBi Each q U)e candl(late8 c0.; ,V TiX JlV. &V&) It. M. rolled down an embankmen near Butte. no more taxes wrung from the people , hiehest nlane committee on resolutions, - n ,! ilifc ,....Manager inuny ami two omen than are necessary to pay its lt'it'mte 'ami all retired feelingthat thev increased Jackson, It. U. Bowling, It. B Cnift. h, Mont. Dealer In- inniilimitted members ot me company were Kiiieu expenses. The speech he intended to nstead of (liminisllinK the regpect and B. Riley and G. T. Farris, Mr. Goodwin received a scalp vountl win c.onfl(enc(, jn wi,ich they are held. Our the following report: make on me .ueivmiey and bruised his left leg, but is not u iTci.lliMit. rcnnvspnlntivo bore himself now be made in me senate, ami wime 1. The democrats of Laurel county in will perhaps have no influence on the wth distinguished credit and added convention assembled heartily approve ously hurt. of the time ami place selected by the there is a In Fast Hampton, Mao-'.republicans in that body, who have altQ ,,jgnHinber friends in all parts democratic State executive committee for epidemic of dipthheria and all ready mode up their minds to support o tllt;State. He wm live, we are sure, holding a convention to nominate a can- terrible a their party measures right or wrong, ,fc'J c ,.a IIIIIIIIIIUII frt u., v Wf ..saw didate for clerk of the Court of Ap- - suspected hous-- s ami hotels are quaran- IV n!.tnr IIIO n,uititined. Red flags flutter all over the it will have a tremendous effect for good .,ratjtje,j In the meantime he can k'o on peals. .. ii... ... .i . ti.... :...... u. tl... town. There have been more than 100 GLASSWARE, &c. ue given me rpnnMUr.tinf.thf.ftliriiHtrirt. ns Ion m e re-- ur.ii uur ..HvKm.. on me country, lor u win , timchonored principles ot .lemocraci c tses anil overUO deaths. A corps of phywidest circulation by the democratic pa- - .Ue' wnnts to"ami seriing his countr ,, . . eurnest support to tho sicians from the Massachusetts Genertl '.. Mr. Carlisle s words are always constltlientg wUll that faithfulness and nominee of 0lr pers, First-Clas- s the convention. regarded as the words of wibdom, be .ability which has always characterized :, Recognizing as we do the gallant Hospital has taken charge. Whisky and money flowed freely in services rendered to the party by Hon. 1: cause he makes no statement that can him. U. M. Adams, we instruct our delegates the republican primaries in Pulaski Satnot be fullv proved and no charge that Ijuirel covnty for him urday and numerous small rows resulted. The prohibition convention at Lexing-an- to cast the vote of Kentucky can not be substantiated. and to use all honorable means to secure James Denton, for county judge, John Kentuckians everywhere rejoice to ton was not very largely attended, but his nomination. for sheriff, and W. J A, That they are instructed to vote as II. McIIargue, know that the mantle of James Burney what it lacked in numbers it seems to earnestness, Ihe usu- - a unit on all questions coming before the Davison for school superintendent, were Beck baa fallen on the broad shoulders hnve made up in al resolutions condemning the whisky convention. nominated without opposition. The inof John Griffin Carlisle. 5, That G. T. Farris, J. A. Craft, R. C. traffic and claiming that license high or Ford, Patrick Casey, It. B. Craft, F. B. dications are that G. W. shadonn has f abhiMi t .t it il til ntlnii "We have received from Dr. Walton 0. l)w is nothing more than a league with Rilev ami R. M. Jackson be and are ap- - uoieateu tIT . .uihi" frkH imhh II mmi- State con- - nev. The rare lor coumv eiem in Kmith, one of the promoters of theentc the devil were adopted. The W. C T. pointed delegates to attend the n C. B. Porch and N. L. Barnett. ve"on.,nu CMl ",e v prise, a pamphlet setting forth the advan- U. was heartily endorsed and and for jailer is between Walter F.lrod tv in said convention, dechra-- j tages possessed by Mineral City, a new t on promised, while a clear-cu- t That the IxTKnionJoin.v.u. and Mt. and W. S. Shepherd. The vo(e was by up in Louisa tion in favor of woman suffrage was Vernon sicn.il are requested to publish ballot and it will take the official count town that is springing to determine in these races. milna from whfri tlui inirln Tlin rwm iron t inn tlun nninin.atpil the nroceedincs of this convention Vii J, That writer first raw the light. It is in the Mrs. Henry, of Woodford, for Clerk of present passing the heart of the most remarkable mineral the Court of Appeals, who, it is hoped, conKrPSSj0nal redisricting bill, whereb belt in the world, taking into considera- - will prove a better man than the former Laurel county is taken from the Sth and t deiri to iell my larm of ahout no tm placed in the 11th district, and we pledge tion its variety and richness. Among clerk who bore the same sirnatne. on the ' ourselves to oppose any member of the Uush about iii wile nutih of imnlord then-ar: oppoiitclhcclJ thufcb Hranch .:.,o,ia that oimn.wl tliere are mJ , the voted for said bill for the about 50 a re in whet and ryi; ilie balance donne(, hJ, war! ie,islature Lkww And We Have , of the farm well net in timothy ticod dwelling .' " rites, magnetic, specular and brownhei- nomination of anv .State otce. ,Ue8 t,,e .re,;,,J of four room and Viuhrn and a tplendld new " of, u'i gold, copper, silver and cjii matite iron ores, 'caf ell watered and femed. barn; i if they NEWS CONDENSED be given immeitutvly. Tor particulars, mu J.I. mica, c.. lead, manganese ' or write the ndicned at a Will nnr aim. AMinhi nHArnm "" Ilailey, Stanford, "" a"f KKS. K. M'l I l.ita Ua aiilnlinr mines nro si 111) ni? 100 ,KJn ,u An enumeration of the population of Cincinnati, Ohio. hnniiiirn rf liiii 1'ilniii nable rec-- j nnni IvI a week and find it impoiblu ' , 1.0GS souls, v nivnr niarii ni ini onng man- - Middlesl.oro shows ' orii even with an increasing output to Bup The Grand Commandery contribut THE CQNMERCIBL HOTEL having snen a record, but if he has, we ply the demand. The plan of the com-ed S00 to the Masonic Home at the meetOWKNS, Manajer, glory in Editor Lewis' spunk. If he sucJ. is pany is one of the most liberal yet devisceeds in downing Mr. Morrow it will not ing in Louisville last week. Frankfort - Kentucky. ' ed and investors will find it to their inthe next place of meeting. be the first man he has prevented his t terest to investigate. Tlie secretary and Terrible thunder storms raged in I have lalen chaw ol itm popular hottl party from nominating, as a certain aspiof a id intend to run il in a tirM.clais runner in every treasurer, I'B. 1'orter, will supply all papeied and piuiited liom rant for Commonwealth's attorney can Massachusetts Friday and dozens rutpect. It bein needed information, when uddressed at testify. houses were struck by lightning and a top to bottom, the bedding it beinff renovated and evcrMlune done t make it plcaunt and Mineral City, Louisa countv, Va. number of people killed. Tlietablr shall necr be surpn.s-- e So rut as heard from, Madden, ofj J II. OW fc.NS. I by hotelmi thi section Dr.Stuckey, an ear and throat It ia stated that Senator Carlisle will leads for Clerk of the Conrtof ialist at Lexington, has been placed in do what no other man has ever done-v- ote Appeals. He has KM votes, Longmoor! tau Umntio asylum, having become in. twice on the final passage of a bill 117, Adams 112 and Martin 85. Each of R. B. 8anu fr01u tlie use of intoxicants, in Congress. The McKinley tariff bill the gentlemen have a number of votes SUCCESSOR TO A row during the republican prima-a- s will be b: ought ton vote in the House even tho foremost ry : pulaski occurred at Jugauaut second ehoce, but n M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, when Mr. Carlisle, who AVedaesday, is a long ways from a majority, tween Thomas Jones and Charles 'A. not resign his seat till Thursday, which is AoiK v.il 511 4TH AVENUE, Jones, his son, on one side, and Frank will vote against it. The bill then goes ot,ier William Ping, a LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. on tho Thk woods are full of candidates forj to the Seriate, where Mr. Carlisle will an elaborate Mr. Carlisle's shoes and a great atrncule 'Justice oi me peace, interred to stop 11 take a whack at it both in Are headquarters for The Nobbiest & Most Stylish cnue(l llis 80n Jol,n ' '"ft to as speech and with his vote. The Courier-- ; will be made for them Fortunately tho ' aml Stock ol uisiuruituiu. Journal says: "The only other curious short horses mentioned to succeed (iov, sisi unit in ipieiuiig uiufired into the Jones and his hou then dfco. instance that nearly parallels that of McCreary in this district will not come Pings, killing John L. Ping and severely to the front and this is the main consolaCarlisle is that of Garfield, who was a wounding Esquire William Ping. CIiuh, Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Uuy the Oliver Chill or I Iamilton Steel and tion in his defeat. member of the House, Senator-elec- t Jones tired with a shotgun aud Thomas Ever brought to the city ol Louisville, now open President-elec- t all at the same time." v It is now stated that the Legislature with a pistol. John L. Ping was shot in including the Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those- no will adjourn next Monday. May the the leg with a heavy charge of shot at KNOX & JOHN!. STETSON ACO'S. HATS plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to Thk democrats of Mr. Randall's Lord grant a fultillmentof thestatement. short range, tearing his leg almost comto have made a wise and most The people have become very tired sup- pletely from his body and killinghiui al And alto my own importation of English Hats seem sk your neighbor. and Caps. An elegant line ol Canes and Lyon's do good work, or no sale, excellent choice for his successor. The porting the body. most instantlv, A load of hIioI entered Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine Esquire Piugs right arm, inflicting a republicans met to put out a candidate wound. Frank Hines alsoieceived SEAL SKIN SACQUES, OAFS, against him, but after considering the Capt. James Blackburn, who hasn't in The :id been heard of for some time, is now con- a pistol shot in the legsame the dtliculty. Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders outmatter decided it inexpedient. day, 'George At Tateville, on the will continue to be repre sidering the advisability of running for Shadowen shot ami killed a young man side of city solicited, perfect satlifactior guaran-teePennsylvania Hook Keralny, Short Hand, TtUyraphy.Jte m Write for Catatvyue anU full information. La W Don't lal! to order a NOIillY HAT. Jii lv r bv the name of Ceynoldt. State auditor. eented by a democrat. Semi-Weekly i S M- Interior journal Hi-m- ini, A RECOGNIZED FACT, ', tld rffratrsl bargain nf'lnrj 'C "? W. P. WALTON. That are leaders in Novelties, pioneers in Pt re .lie hods and way lowest in Prices. posted as what are doing; if not - ! 1 ;' GREAT REDUCTIONS gome . Krui before. :-r--r-vwtiV re-euforced fUll Itare inducements llats. Garnets. MnUim . ed r m.aml SJ.ofK w. ru- - , , ' imworiii ,.,.! Men suumtg rianncl Murts'oc, worth .yen s (iu t ' s .lien In Gents' Famishing Coods his suit mixed Flannel Shirts $l..'.r and SI. of), worth uuluuncleml Shirts front and back '- Man' FI,,,,,,,, .?ww g love-feast- s, speech-makin- g, le ,,i. i iiiii.gm. -- ,,! otiei'S Drilled. Drawers at worth Men's French fialbriogtUh 9;? and St" H (at Men s perjinc Underwear h fane a irnvfh llu nderwear 21.00 a Wft!r worth J'tU .til "'" Suit, nun ' mill lt v,i ,j .......n. handsome line Boys IFaisfs from itywtirhs. Compare our prices with wortli hjc; Men Jth.J.; ,,,! nj..tji fancnjnel SluHs all tl - - w -... (.A aild rr.. j t,iu ... ' -- THE LOUISVILLE Main Stanford, STORED i -" -- " .. .... ...... .., ; M. SALXISTGER, MA3SrAGEB. Id 1 e -- ;a,a.wahrm Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red Fens and Itenns in bulk. ii. For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks While Onion shoii-jLhoi- ! -- court-hous- e, las , , . ' ' TZSZZ ,, -- ' j . .i..-,,,- to-wi- t: ,WM 111' I AlK .ClN. J j) V8 tariu-jugiii- e - , -' " 1 hV , ",, . - a . .. Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Tinware, and Sold at the Lowest Liv ing rices. Ml Goods i J j i j i .. 4 ii ee SPRING CLOTHING. .. ,', "ffltlySi;0' Farm For Sal. pi. I'mw-iMon Our Goods are Now All In miii-att- e ... "i fl P-- " ,8 - "1 """.' car-loa- ds ,.,. 11 AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large 1 11 Harrodsburg, I Jlcii'sBoys' and Children's Suits, Light and Dark line of Pants. , comfrrt-ahleforeue- ns spec-Louisvill- e, 5--ira GEOGEGHAN, STAGG & McROBERTS. j j be-ma- j ,1es HIGGINS &M'KINNEY MAT world-reuowned Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt,lime, CT - di-tri- ct se-ve- ie BRYANT & STRATTON Business College AlllOlfll UIOVILLb tf i- - . . - r! - ' :" .- - j w -- r""vT" ;3T TygMm Tr"-TTyi, -- .tti 'Mff.Trr-- &rr- Semi-Week- ly JnteriorJoUrnal : I'ntK Ciermnn .Millet seed for sale. It. Foster. l'ltBHil Kimi J. y Tub odored brethren had a big 20-od- d baptiz-- ! J Stanford, Ky.. P y . Y it8 t,iatn,n""tion Tim public Bale iiNota in Hnrbonrville bodu water, tho best in the has been llxod for June sM and at. t'n- A mttlb son of Mr. K. Ci. Jones fed 15. Mclioberts'. K.c. WA.L,TON, Bua.MariQRor country, nt til .May 2.sth 100 lots will bo on the mar-from ft table Saturday night, and stnk- ket at private sale, Look out for a big ad. from A. 15. l!ob-- i . Jng his head ngtinst vessel, it broke BUSINESS. ertson Si J'ro., Danville, in our noxtissin Tim wind blew a tree across the tele amI vni Mm b,,1y , K.vonU j,!m.t.s on whicli u,u hw,,i nnil facu Dr Carpenter patch-gavl.wmtKrii's (iiirdeii Seeds, fresh and' It is stated that fully $1,300 worth of graph wires in Uurel. .Saturday, STOCK 350,000. rise to h rejHirt that a terrible r- - wi the Huk. anlftin.r ,, ,. htt wm gf)ull genuine. A. It. millinery wis displayed at lirk Church, . v.. .u ,im ciono nan risiieu me .,,. Watciiiw ami jewelry.. repaired nnd ., , , ,rpn. .......... . tJ 11 ...I i unity. Mirniiiu'ii. Aneituvory windy nnd dusty Sun- - Lotus's Cbkkk None. Mr. I'orter The best place to buy drugs, patent Fiiitsu supply of paints. dny it bepm to rain Sunday night anil ItobhiEon purchased of Mrs. Nancy Lo- A. K. Purttbility nnil medicines and toilet articles is at ipmlity triianinteed to bo all ilay yeatenlay it came down in elnic-- 1 gnu, her farm of 25 acres, lying on the 1'eiinv's. V. It. .McKoberts. t llrt - ilns. ltuvyour school books, ink, tablets, us. We are bound to make up for this Lancaster pike, for S500. Mrs. Logan WILL TAKE PLACL paper, pencils and school supiilies of all lias moved to town. K. C. section bos?, ' " A iint.v, n hnikemau on through waste of water this summer. kinds from A. IMVnnv. i)avu Collier, killed four mad dogs Tues- ; (rii'ubt :Y2. hud a hand badly itMshed IliB large hemp waruhouse of .1. ' duy near failliert a Creek. is stud that while iuplin cars at Ivondou Friday , ',, PERSONAL POINTS. , Hanabitrv est, at IlvatUville, burned,,.- - II. Ira vlor a tine mare bitten iiv morniut;. . . . Saturdav afternoon entailing a loss Mr. W. 1. liiiiMK went to Ixington ' ' VViibat. I wisli to buy in the next 25 JViOi). npon 'ihich there was no iniir-Saturday. nLWitlltlMtll" tl rnrl? I) vnnn.r ...nil. rtni """ ......V, v,v '" or SO days 1,000 bushels of wliout. Call mice, ltosides o,000 pounds of hemp, Ium OFFICERS: Mk. C. 15. r. Ci.vnt went to IuUrillu foot hunt; in a trace and was severely on or address me at the .Stanford Itoller il'rt) worth of hemp seed was burnel. Saturday. hurt about the tin'gli. C R. X. Akchkk, President, Grand Hotel, Cincinnati. O. Mills. T.J. Foster, Supt Mk. xn Mas. L'iiiiiliiy Cahtkk went Gaiiuvrd Cor.NTY is to have a toek S. Whin'krv, Somerset, Ky. The Senate passed the gerrymander to Louisville yesterday. Tin: Libeity l'i ess says tliatU. M. Ki- fair this year at the time fixed for the O. J. Wigoins, Secretary and Treasurer, Somerset, Ky. Mil. P win LoitAN has boen down sevlls, who killed John lirowu, in Cuxcy, Kirksville fair, whicli will not be held. bill as originally drawn, except that HarT. Ai. Thatchkk, Assistant Scc'y, Somerset, Ky. eral davs with rheutnatlsin. two years ac,o, was nirnsttHi at Kine,s- Judge W. E. Walker has been elected rison is taken from the 7th and placed in the 'ith nnd Washington is kept in the Mk, J. 1J. FotTKit has been down sev- villeaiid biou)ht there to awnil trial picsident and J. K. Marrs secretary and DIRECTORS: 4th. eral days with a malarial attack. -- The wife of Mr. C. K. Itond, a Law Gho. K. Duckworth, Cincinnati; He is now in fail. a sutliciont amount of stock .subscribed O. J. Wiggins, Covington, Ky. renceburg merciinnt, surprised him the Misx.Ikn.mh Hiioaimus, ol Richmond, s show. Hoyi.i (). II. Waddlk, Somerset, Ky. R. N. Archer, Lincoln, (Surrard, Madison, to insure a other day by the presentation oi triplets, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jane Harrow. Mercer, laiurel and Whitley in this imS. Whinery, Somerset, Ky. Tub somerset Nile of lots commences two boys and a girl, all alive and kicking J. N. Brown, Missus Mamik and Jk.nnik Joiissros, mediate section instructed for Matl Ad- today and the C. S. will sell tickets very vigorously. C. . M.vrrnuws, J. AL Richardson, Somerset. el Huitonvlllo, are visiting .Mini ljuini ams for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. low. Somerset is no mushroom town. I'udderar. KXI'XUTIVK COMMITTEE: XKW ALVKItTISEMKXTS and I'ulasU instructed for It has nearly everything to insure it a for Iloekcastle Mum. M.Sai.in.i:ii will leave Mr. M. F. itrinkley, of lmisville. grot it future. Oil has been found in Gko. K. Duckworth, J.N.Brown, R. N.Archkr, O.S.Wiggins. visit to her father, Mr. J. a I) Hayei, in iiimense tpinntitics and ceni, natural 'WE'L.T.. li Capital and Natural Resources Join Hand n Hand. The Dawn of a Itruinrrr Hlanks is iiain in jail. He l.i.. W. (J. Wiiuii went up Sunday to was bailed out by Mr. Joel Kmbry, of gas, iron, timber, fci, abound. Secu ottn Juno H nlh a C.rand Hop on New Era of Prosperity. Ktidavi-about his investments in 1'iiieville Madison, but instead of requiting his 8 .uleii Tint citizens of Kowlund will havo an Rljuo'd TieJune... iii 'dt ntuge attill 30 lit U t board July Dream of Enthusiasm CrystahV.ed into Stubborn and Indisputable The and other booming towns. benefactor, he ran oil' with his cook nnd election for police judge and a board of OR tOAKU "I Hcv jilv ht: Facts. and left nolwrdv to pieimro Mr. F.mbrv's tii..iii(.i; IUxsky, of Week Shel-toler triutees on the :11st. Judge T. L. Day a Electric Street Car Lines, Water Works, Oil Refinery, Glass Factory i rank McKiunuy, of Danville, spent inuuls. That trentleumu didn't like tliat will not hUiiui for but his Mul y CotUg Kent, ytr Sunday with tlieir Ntrunts hunt. way of doini; business, so tho first time place is hotly routeiit(d by Willis fk... and Planing Mill, all to be Erected and in Operation this SumMmth Cut. II. II. Jk.n'ks, Uio ollkient and he ;ot hold of the darkly in? turiiml him mer, and work will begin on these Enterprises at once. Jot Clancey and Treacher Early, llortct fed, pet We.... iMigingchief clerk of tho It, M. S.t was over to thu jailer. Itliiuks, it will hu 3" with the chances in fnvorof thu latter. U A. I.. SPOONAitOHF. 13. Somerset is located on the C. S. R. R. and is a progressive and lure Niturday setting alter the HstHl afahot another uero uamel (ar-rarprosperous town of 3,500. Two Banks, showing a capital stock of Thk commenceiiient exerciies of fairs. Liee Marot. H&rvestin? HaciinB.Fc-Sale, sick and Vii.i. Ckahi is iiit College will begin May .51 and cloo SiSo.ooo, splendid Public Schools and other enterprises and instituMns. TimKiitiiPKy Mwllcal Society recovery is aliiiosU dwjmirmi of. Jnne A. The gnuluating elaasis compos-otions make her future exceedingly bright. H. Hacrliii, the Great her Dr. Steele ltailey scrrtiiry and Dr. J. I hve (or .!e it Koier wrt(v.jr on. Vk1 landscape artist, is about through the survey for a route of a ( ailude Mercury. of the following young ladies: Misaes Ktndt-rPrivate advices later e Moxrm.. twe Hay Rakfs, street mi Hi It. Kiunainl, of laucaster, triTisiirei. w. One of Ihi- kke is a 3. Mattie Klkin, Altie Veiwr, Magde Mil-- ! all tom(ji..livtly say slie Is better. h..rDr. Hawkins Itrown. of Huston ville, was Kkr ' 4rne the . h.i) 'pill the f alii ! the railway through the city, which will be operated either by steam or ler, Jennie Anderson and Mary Miller. Mkh. Coi irrs rwelvtsl a letter ynator- I la k witl.oui 'k c.in.-ill t tl.t-ali electricity. A complete system of water works, with resorvoir, on cliodau chHiriii.in of the Itourd of censors. T J MIST I R, stniiford Miss Klkin will please accept the local's !hv fniii Hro. llama asking that his Crescent Hill will be immediately constructed. The minerals in PuDr.tloonw W. l'ler, of Clinton, wan itim.iI thanks for remembrance. Kent to Meridian, .Mia., till 'he laski county are noted for their purity and inexhaustible supply. The olfH'ttsi prtisiileni and lexinjHoii elected and after that to Covinuton. superior quality of sand and several oil wells are attracting the attenHom. IX U. Couki.n, who was the refor the next place of inoetint;. A very Mr. mMk. W. L. MCarty, Mi men and it will not be long till a glass factoty and tion ot bull wnie given publican candidate for mayor of Mid-- j olabomte iNimpiet and !;. C"n men mg M mlay, Mas ... M.Ourty. Mm. Dr. W. H. O'Unimoii, l'l 1 an oil refinery will be put into opeiation. The railroad facilities of doctors at lleiiderson, which the? dleehoro, is very sore over hia defeat and the Kr u.or. ai Of'ntr ICh at lh hone .t It. (.kiloiuau, all nf KJtiK.sville, Mrs. .rd it N..nfv Somerset are Eight passenger trains pass daily and being speak of in very complimentary teniH. sent for his friend, Col. W. O. HnulUy, eerj u .1 to i.inffcerve Ko . ii it Satnr- attended th inuetint; at iuheu ' tf halfway between Cincinnati and Chattanooga, it is the business point liRl.Ml R Ll AL'S to gut his opinion as to whether he Uv. "Fnoo .SroitY. Mr.M. N. Del'auw, who should contest. W are not apprised as ol the head officials of the Railroad Company, who will in Ma. .Imis Fkk.ix4.n, a cool nirpenter, has uifii brfakim; tip some rocks for the to the i'olonel'a advice, but we suppose the further development of the wonderful natural resources the grand )l Lincoln county, bus come to SomeiwH purKs of sitpplyiut: tliu tnrnpik near Mr. Col-o- u will take his medicine after county of Pulaski possesses. The Cincinnati, Alabama & Atlantic R. Dealer In t.i work at his trade. Ho will brills his his place, cfline across a wonder a few protesting ami intiking n few wry faces, R. is now an assured fact, and passing as it will through Somerset, f.miilv here this full. Sorowsot Heiiiibli- duvs since. Imbedded in a boulder some WELL PHFERS. , adds another to her many advantages. , i an. :t feet in diameter, which hu had drilled eon i ."iu.nky .M .m.m, inu jcvyear-oiMu. W. It. McKoiikiits will un up to and broken into, a live frog was dheov a Methodist preacher, near Farksville, PILHTS S: OILS. Richmond to morrow to attend the ered. How it uot there and how it sub- made the usual mistake in thinking that VARNISHES, ETC , mcetiiiL-o-f the Kentucky I'hariiincuntle-a- i sisted without nourishment for the years rlu. f.itn rr14 iiiiIaiiiTmiI .'mil liliiiv in it fn of which he Is KENTUCKY. it must have remained there, is not see if he could force nirthrough thetube. DANVILLE, lent. knnuti, but tlie moment the air smirk Of course the weapon was loaded ami WALL I'AI'KH VI lira OR VTI0J, thelarc-eian.! in cm complete s,tci k in Central Kentu. ky, Miis. J. I. McKisnky, Mrs. H. J. Mc the little prisoner he leaped forth and went of! as much as n matter of course. BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OP with all the latett Mid most aril til df .orations Miss Mattie l'axton and Mr. J. with the exception of bcitu; a little thin, He received the entire discharge in his known to the tmdv Ko.im M. ulditigt anil V. Koberts, Skj.ln in enHles. PKIClsTHE It. l'axton spent Friday and Saturday of looked like the lout; confinement had mouth, tearing oil' the top of ids head LOWKVT AM) WORK sarirtv IIKSI An ltlf l.efi.r orders ijly inlicit'-.n.it. ii are last week with Miss IVsttiu l'axton, in done him no material damage. and killint: Mm instantly. i!aitd. . J 1 Louisville. Tin: proceedings of the We observed a rather comical occurI hi. J. II. CaiiI'II.ntku left yesterdny Saturday, up attend the rence in church the other Sunday. A meeting, held at mornini: for Nashville to Turners-villMedical Association, before young lady was busily enaed in chew pears elsewhere in tin's issue. American At 3 o'ltKk p m on and McCormacks churches were deacon came around which body he reads a paper on "Intes- iiik'H'"". when the with the sacrament. Forgetting the quid out in large force, while numerous other MONDAY, tinal Obstruction." 9, 1S90, well represented, carryMit. asii Mus. W. M. 0'IIuvn left yes- she took a piece of bread and put it in churches were On the premises, the terday for Cleveland, 0., where Mr. CJ'lt. her mouth with with the pun. They ing tho attendance far into the hundreds. GINGHAM", OUTING FLANNELS, was delightfully and profitably STANFORD R0LLERMILL did not mix well. md after n considera The day Koes ns iieiegaiu to the oMiituii .i.m.n spent and the people of the and of Mr. J. A. Carpenter, alsr a ble etlort she gave up the job and spat AM) E1.KVATOR again demonstrated their ability the whole business out. This ought to wiis too unwell logo. deler Will be U without reserve at public auction to entertain. The dinner was IMiv. J. M. Hiti'iKcameon here from teach the ladies that it is not proper to and desire to the highest bidder. chew gum in church. A preacher said botli comprehensive and abundant and iLiiitlfti convention at Fort Worth. Oupaclty of Mill 75 Barrels per was greatly enjoyed. Texas, and took his wife home yestcr recently that the habit made him so ner Duy; Capacity of Elevator . paid vous while preaching that he could witli day. He tells us that the - & Jim Ti.i, the tightingest coon in the JO.000 Buahele. difficulty restrain himself from throwing for tho injuries he sustained bun State, turned from his wicked ways and The Mill i a utstantml new bricl. huildinc f j the goblet from the pulpit at tho offend- in a wreck on tho main line last year. launched into society Sunday, but came kloriei, equipped ss ith the latest and best machinMu. T. It. Walton is expected to ar - em. Look out, young ladies, or you will out in not half so good a trim as he usu- ery and situate itliln 50 yards of the Louisville & Nashville depot in the ton of Stanlurd,' Lincoln Ky tho heart of the ssheat district rive from California in a day or two. His g't y our craniums cracked. ally does after a cutting or shooting cnuiity,State and within reach of texcellent markets few'evetiings ago, Major tcrape. He had a couple of his lady of the railriad friends will welcome him back with by three Dkowski,.a 01 trie entire plant was about Is more complete than any time this season. I he $30,000 mild, saiis.acuon, regn ..,.. t mu n fc01 o lia rIlt llV8 Uie (.olore,, friends and was turning tho corner of and it cct bren run most successfully and pmrita-ll. .:,that the object of his trip was not The Mill is now in opmn.e its ii..ipincnt ,, time and Main when his tiery steed Vllkl. of twn j he until sold. fullv realized the restoration of his Dix Uivcr to water them. The yoke in got the best of him and landed the occu- eration isand willloilose up thu affairs of the corporSale made ation. Iimilth front were connected to the one behind pants on the ground witii a dull thud. '1 ernic cash; l.alniKe in one and to C. K. UgNii'.Y, 01 Oklahoma, arrived by chain. They were not well broke Tho women were not damaged, but Tail's sear', with per tent, interest. Joie with approved Sunday in response to a dispatch telling and when the boy attempted to turn heels btruck first and the consequence is same. sec urns and alien on properly to secure STANl-OKHOLIXK MILL CO.. tliat his little daughter Louise was bun them around they started to run and he lie is considerably "worse for wear." Mantord, Ky. ii at the point of death. She has meningi- was thrown into the water by being For Sale---Br?c- k Residence Wednesday night Co nx Tiiikvks. tis and thy doctors say there is no hope caught by the chain. Tho liver was I. 31. BRUCE, In hi. h I now live, west Main street, and the List as he was returning from Junction (or her recovery. Mr. Gentry has had swollen and the boy being unable to business bl.x.k Iih.ssii as the j 't it i his share of trouble in the last few years, swim soon sank. Isaac Hays, an old City, Robert L. Vanoy saw three men at TOT, SALE ADD FEED STABLE, having lost h'.s wife and Ids two other man, who was in sight, saw him rise tne corn cno 01 .ur. j. 11. ruruom, two iUir.ii..., uii a. count nf my old nee. ot u-lleni,: 11. STANFORD. KY. ,,, ff,.r r.ir w!e pmiteiy my children. I.vtkii. Tho little girl died three times to the surface and then dis- of whom he recognized as Merling ard the llutel now occupied by me, iisterwt U'm iresion. ll.t aiterw.mis cmsSPECIAL ATTENTION to COIMKHllAL in Stanford, Ky , at noon yesterday at Mrs. Mary K. (rinwrl) ,.k..t the st appear finally. Search was immediately ami iravtlers Horses and mules bought and sold will be buried in Hullalo Cem- made for the body, but it was not found thelll each with ll sack of corn Oil his an.laMttiinjriiitureau.l Jixturif un Mam . The lliiu-- s i motelijfibly located Ilvtry. tit, horsesand sen!' Its ud Oil IllS Statement the tWO Uieil ' ,ihe semif ot liusn., h.11. a back and desirable Only E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor etery this afternoon. after two days' etlort. Major was the iti patronw . aud i .loing a pimfiMWe were arrested and lodged in i.iil iii.ii . Lru.k baildilic of user o iimiib. si ith Kenetown llrass Hand drummer in the Yesterday the charge of x-- . tvi store morai- for raerihaiidiinK, gmI nablo CITY AND VICINITY. No Motel in Kentucky hat a better reputation, boy of IS years. and was a against them was tried, when it was nnd other appurtenaiicm. and its proprietor i determined that It is said that he makes the ith person Far.-ishall be maintained. Ky A1m a tuo Iioum an.1 lot in IU lAe one cf the stable it 1'ene.V proved that the pen bad been prized open Two line setter pups for sale, McAlie- - to bo drowned at the same point. will mu ,. hcncrl track and and about a barrel of corn taken. It was Siunfiird Ki ir..ur.HH town with a nonuUition ter Hays. in pr. pswu ct.M.: i j. xs,, r,miiy He has recently ad Jed to its appointments and Training Stable. ' . His Huiteii. When Mr. T. M. also proved that 41 bushels of corn were ha tsssi nnlnl- Lost pnpuct f.ir ni'.re. i a ciKiiniiini- Tin: West Knd people have decided to reunington came up to takotho train for found in Ulnck's llranch, in which were place lur lintel ami a , pQol hlm ,0 haj . .. .....I ctsw.lr la iitri.ililv ..t .1.1.. nwi.ie in. ts an.. n .111 Uie ba.i.i "" lVrms ,luither paniculam maj.be had by ad- A,40 Mi'l'Uesboro Friday morning, he set u also foilllil :507 cobs. It is SUppose.l that ,1"; p e Their ,. being !... Il... ...... t....i j A First-Clas- s rontalnInK nbont 33 poum,H 0f .1 iiiuu cct.,m mu. UK--, 1....1 livc. sj.o- - ,UnwilS..lli.riu.r.,.l iiiv Livery M c Stanford v . iiruvintiB eflorta bespeak for them much ' ho intended to take to his covered, took that method ol hiding their ' To accommoda'e the demands of hit increased butter, success. B. I" Aiwoon; Rest turnouts furnished transient patronage. son Bourne, on the steps of the Myers crime. The defendants, who aro about J ) LLEN Commercial Travelers and others Sat - House while he went in to while away as tough a looking pair as ever appeared Tin: democratic convention here ' - V I ssill pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for infarma-tioHis object for at a bar of justice, swore tliat they were urdav afternoon was so slimly attended a few spare moments. on convicitJn of any unauthorized peron night on a mission of mercy not J fifi tcSJxflHxvi ifj'"'":-f ESTETE 3GEJHTS. that it might Imve been taken for a pro - leaving the butter on the outside was to out that Found Cutting Timber or Dttm-agin- g gnthering. There were just :) keep it cool, but it will be a cool day connected with corn, and that they did hlibition City, Term. any Improvements when ho lluds whether or not his idea not see Mr. Vanoy. They were defended icrsons present. On the following properly -.Vome heartless scoundrel, by Mr. W. E. Vamon and prosecuted by was effectual. Thk special train of seven sleepers, en who liked his bread buttered on both T). It. Carpenter and J. Ii. l'axton. The Thelarmsat Hithland knosvn at V A. Cash's, Tim Hutshisons, lieorge Uaushs, Uattin Heirs', handsotnely decorated, con- sides, happened along in a very oppor- former argued that the oftense was not gineandall ..Ifer fur a!e privately my Farm known as the H I Young, I S. Young's n acre place.W. TerLewis uiisfonl piiwe, near the Stanf. rd and ry's, Wm. Long's. taining the passenger agents and their tune time and his hands of course stuck house breaking under tho statute and 40 acre farm, Lanca:er pike and running nearly to Dix Kiser, At Cox's Cap W. Judge Carson also took that view and containing 112 Acros Ills well improsed, has Kreemanand K. E.ISarren's timber tr.uts on Iturk newspaper friends, in all 2:52 people, to the bucket. Mr. reunington found n dfc land ill a JcJin Turnbulls, 5t7acres, John passed up to Middlesboro a little nfter that he had been unfairly dealt with held the men for petit larceny. loth of jii.1 num. mil theaddressIs meat fine state Creek, Creel., 107 acres, acres, M.J. Harris', 90 acres, II. J". Gilberts Cil'toti or Hu..ria".in', 3 S I. WITHERS. Anderson s, 14 acres, Towers'. 100 acres John noon Saturday. and proceeded to hunt for the thief and the men have wives nnd largo families K HUSTONVILI.E, KY. e. Freeman's, 800 acres, WashHarr.s' 337 Rohluton Mill tract, 1. Tohin. farm, s Ilryan. Are still in the business ami ready to do any his treasure, but nothing has been licucd and their shiftless, lazy mode of living Hai.b'8 Wki.i.. This popular sunmier farm, A. CwkIi tarm, Kidd's farm, Joel Tetrev's in or seen of either. Marshal Xowland has has frequently brought them under susW Collins" farm, on Cfa.le Ridje.Oooacrm, Men. thing of ine Undertaking line. We have a 'uil Cases and Caskets ot nil LiriN ami Itobes resort will open on Saturday, Juno llth, acres stock in the numerous thefts that have I have added new biigcles, wagons and horns to ry Miller's. 190 acres, Heury Millers, ui I. Dmonth there the case in hand now, but it is very picioncommitted in tliat locality. tdmiston's of eserydeicription Our hearse, my livery. business making .my .stable second to Stephen Hurch's, 3 C6tti.gr near " and on the 20th of the same . . been can te obtained on hort riotue, Mr. J. R. depot at Crah turnout Ul. iuu.s tract. Strode Heu'e, none in IMS section. M. hop. Danco called probable that tho butter will lose at bus. ntss and will shos of Green lias In tho afternoon tho men weru tried notice and will be a grand or month a r...h.l linirl. CattL-- andbtorehonse at Otten- our oods charge onecur . ... of its freshness ere it reaches before Judge Vamon and jury anil ac- specialty feedlBC bvthe . dav. week .A..V. to any 'iclii aritidn in our J heim. U. J. I IIUR.MU.MI, promptly at S::'.0 nnd all are invited. A. least some 64. If Itir Agent IOJ.6m i Junction City, Ky. Dourno at the Magic City. quitted. L.Spoonamore, proprietor. was neces- Icn-mi.- 2, Wednesdays mid Nitur-Ma- 1800 1vb. M. IMJIkin. ing Suniliiy, when some had thoir sins washed away in Stjuiio I'ortmnn's ice pond. At Lebanon. Mr. Alfonso Kicketts, a Louisville drummer, foil with his nnn j across thu railroad track, Saturday night, just in front of a train, which ran over it, i n llnv SOMERSET Al -- "2 -- es 1 ", i , LAID IMPROVEMENT CO. , . - u J CAPITAL : . m-uon- . i. i. ready-mixe- d I First Sale of Town Lots MAY . ,. 1 .. 20 AND21J9G. Vice-Presiden- 1 t, -' first-clas- -- to-da- iwo-wiek- s' liHAIiE'S K m-- . . I 1 n 1 lkir-net- t, " ly d r d . - - !.. I li ICE,- - ICE. rn-- i :rg-tii- wide-awak- e ; per-.- '. 111 ue-ir- - first-clas- s. A. E. GIBBON'S, -- ) I y u ' ' viee-pros- i- t ex-a- n i . d (.io-dic- o Notable Public Sale JUNE 11 Ho-Blie- u j ., I- -- -- . . Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. . bt-s- "",,, 1 - .... ... y Ont-ihi- rd 11 FOR SALE. tj q lf ss PROPERTY. e w uow j Uen-try'sii- - I lir. ,,W, 111 1 THE MYERS HOUSE j hrst-cla- ss 111 bu-n- . house-breakin- g - 11 well-behave- d c. cuovr s j -- h nie """'"','' jl 7 " s.i.fj ,,: I -- 111 pe-i- t ..,.',., i6-- pou-i'MAN- . ".' d BHHnr!ParlOr8 Stable . ittfx I ITWOOD " $50 BEW.SLHD! . n 3 jj" ' ' " Johnson Farm For Sale. m I ..111 .... - , iifml-tivatin- T. STTTTOIT CO., m Xivery StiVblo. ? Mrst-cus- s .. 1 11 earls-ne- e ",":,?'BR' - 1,' 07-n- lJMiS.'iJAwi-- : 1 MMi ..,. --5" . V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal PubllBhod Every TueBday rind Friday '2 PlQli YKAR.IX fVDA'VNCJC -- When not to paid O ill be charged. tehl list thus lodeepnir. Meeting at Goshen. Relieve joy wlts f ftr yem. meet-- 1 I'roeeediwzs of the And in tho future, there injj of the Christina churches of Lincoln Opens her gate, for on, lie then resigned' C.J M ciiinty.helil at (toshen May 17, for the purpose of having the gospel preached Bucklcn's Arnica Salve and other mission work done in the desThe beit salt e in the work! for cuts, bruits, titute portions of the county. sores, ulcer., islt rheum, fevr sores, tetter, chap- Pleasant and Successful So consolation find, STAR WILKES. luaet Stallion 154 Hnnsja High, Pealed SIUi:U 11 Y L I.K V II. KltS . 1M7. Maple Shade Stock Farm" E. P. FAULCONER. OI'ENINIi KVKIIUSBs. Is a Candidate f.r let'oti perlntcndctit f Co union s. Monday in u;iiki next Song survice: reading ami prayer by K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Chairman Kid. J. Q. Montgomery; greet. Train leaves Rowland at 7 oo in , returning ing of welcome by Hid. J. O. Livingston; The New Discovery. t 5:3a p. m roll call of delegates from different Von hne heard your frientls and neighbors churclies. Vou way yourself be one of the talking about from personal experience just L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Address by Kid. J. Q. Montgoti.ery; many It rou hase eser tried it how good a thing it is a m song; appointment of committees; leport you are one of it staunch friend., because the Mail train going North...., 50 hen oncegisenn ' " 16pm wonderful thing about it is " South Kxpresx train " South iri.l lir Klne's New Dlarosery eser after holds ujvpra of treasurer accepted. " in the house if you base twser used It " " North 3';am Motion to dispense with the otlice of a place Loeat Freight North and should be alllicted with a cough, cold or any ejonri S.l3Pra treasurer and instruct the financial agent throat, lung r chest trouble, secure a bottle itt South It guaranteed every a fair trial The latter trains also carry passengers. of each church to pay the amount con- oncpandgiie itrefunded. Trialis bottles free at A time or money The above is calculated on standard time. Solar tributed to the evangelist, was carried, K. Penny's time is about to mm ites faster and the motion to endorse the work of Tho First Stsp the oflicers of the organization was also Perhaps )ou arc ruti down. cs.n'ito eat, can't BOGLE your MISS sleep, can't think can't do anything carried. Adjournment for t inner. mil vou wonder what aria you. 1011 .1 11 1 1 1 ped hands, chilblains, corn and all skit, erup tiotu and positively cures piles, or no pay rn,uir ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect sattsfaclior, Trice a$ cents per box. or money refunded For ale by A R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. KATE i. 'i t, the olhce of Klrition first AITKKNOON SKsSION. W. II. MILLER U it Candidate to reprent Lincoln county in C0Mtltut1011.il Com tntion .Song; prayer by JJro. Allen Ilittt; com mittee on time and place for next meeting, reported Saturday, Oct. 1, 1ST0, at the Hush IJranch church. R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. that The committee on evolutions reported 1 taking the first should heed the warning. yen a nerte step into nervous prostration. tonic and Hlectric Hitters you will find the exact system to its remudy for restoring; our nervous Surprisnu results hvalthv condition follow the use of thU Netse Tonu and Alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored and the liter and kidneys resume healths aition Try a hottle. Price 10 cents ( A R Penny's drug sttste nam. m s Cilice on Main street, opjsosite Portm.in Home, upstairs. Nitrous Oxide U.u given for painless extracting. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. DR. W. PENNY. Dentist. B. OfHee South side Mai strivt, in office recently vacated by.Dr. I, V H't'fiiun Stanford. Kv EEMOED! I have removed my u'lue t mi residence, oppo site Female College where I mil he found at all HLGH KKI1). v4 times Dr. A. S. PRICE, SL'RGEON DKNITsT. Office on Mam streel. over W II Mc Roberts' Dri, Mi re. Stanford. Caw't Sloop Klgl.tr) The report of the Kvailgelist Kid. J. G. thousands of much good Is the complaint ofcoughs, etc.luNcnnj- Irotu raslb Has for sale some ot the ho ie property in the Livingston gave evidence ma, consumption, Iidou est-- try beoaung city of llart'ourville Correoiideiice being done and the committee on con Dr. Acker s English Remedy ' It is the west prepSold on solfcited. for all lung troubles. tracts employed him to labor in the aration known positive guarantee at Jc and f c by A. R Penny. ' WJI.AYUKs JAS..O- (JIYKNS. field until all the resources for this year Siiys thj Southorn Modloal World: were exhausted. Mother's Friend" sgrovin in favor throughrex ommemted by phyMotion carried to furnish tho I.vthiuou out the South and is high!) indispeusiMe to those We consider it sicians Attorn9ys at Law, Jori.N.u. with a copy of the proceedings who know they iih.-- i pass through lie ordeal of Write ilradtivld Reg Cu , Atlanta. 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. of the meeting and request its publica- Ga , for particulars Sold by all druggists. tion. Surcve lluildir"; Aftr n vote of thanks to the good peo- DRUN'KENNESS -- THE LIQUOR HAH r In nil the World thore 1b but ouu ple of the "Land of Goshen" for the curo.Dr. Halnos' Goldon Spooltlc. kindly greeting ami warm welcome FUANK MXKIMON. It can 1st tfivcH m a cup ot tea or coffee a ithout JAS. G. GIVKNS their hands, the convention ad- tho knowledge- of the person taking it, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, wheihcr the patient journed to meet as above stated at Kush is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck GLYEKS & IiimUHQN. I'nousaads of drunkards have been cured who r.rnnch, Saturday, Oct. I, ls.!0. v. have taken the Golden Specific in their corTee REAL EST TE. A. W. Cakpkstkk, Sec protein. believe the) knowledge, - W. K. CRESS, REAL ESTATE AGENT, Barbourville, Ky., work, will arouse themselves and see that their respective churches engage Do more earnestly in this glorious cause. tiuaruntee Dr.We Can nnd Klisir, for has Acker's IHood Adopted. been fully demonstrated to the people ol this ioun-rpreparations for th.it it is superior Hedges from dill'erent churches to blood diseases. It isto all othercure lor syphilitic n positrse ulcers, eruptions and pimples ft puri-esustain the evangelist: Stanford, $"0; and thoroughly builds up the the wnole Hustonville, no report; Turnersville, constitution. system Penny A. H. $20; Crab Orchaid, no report: A Duty to Yourself. $0; Hush Branch, $1"; Uoshen, It is surprising that peofslu will use a common, taluaule ordinao pill when the) cansxuruaAcker's English Slo; making a total of $1(10. one for the same thoitey. Dr. Contribution by the congregation for pills area positive cure for sick heasUche and ail troubles Thev arc snu1.., ssseet, enslly taken tli benefit of the church at Kingsville, liver do not gripe. rorsnlebyA It Pen. and 11 s hear the gospel. kksolvki), that all wno are convinced of the success attained in this grand Wiihhkas, we renlixe the vast amount that is being accomplished for the cause of Christ by the laborers of the chinches engaged in the county work. Hknolvkij, that we heartily approve the endeavois of the organixation in thus carrying out the commands of the Master. Kksoi.vkd, that while we appreciate the efforts being put forth to evangeline the heathen in foreign lands let us remember that we have those in our country who have no opportunity to of good Hup?ell A. Alger landed in Detroit at now owns 00 square miles of pine land in Michigi n and is worth $20 000.000. A the close of the war without a cent, lie Child Killed. 1 Another child killed by the use 01 opiates given in the form of soothing syrup Why mothers give surprising their children such deadly poion when they can rel ex e the child of Us peculiar It troubles by using Dr. Acker's Rahy Soother contains no opium or morphine sold by A R. Penn. Not if j on ? through the world; a dyspeptic. I)r Acker's Dypepia Tublets are a positive cure lvr Ik isnrst forms of dvsDensia. indigestion, dnt- uleitcv and constipation. Guaranteed and sold by A R "Penny la Life Worth Llvlni?? byHen I'rasLlin, son of flairac, soa of Pear naughi, ,Vc lien Franklin's dam hy Johnson's Copperbottom, sd dam by snaWeisaer, son ssf Sir Art hy, son of Imp. Diomed Money due when colt is foaled ; lien retained on Abdallah .Mambrino gives nice horse cualitita O colt Stanford. K. to the toll, that he has produced They are hors7 es of extreme speed, courage and tesel heads, with the stamina to stand hard training No horse tn Kentuck) has grown Into popnlarky more rapidly than he has ana with the same class of nudes has gained such notoiiety If you wanta hotse svith iron clad coostitutissn et , then hteed to Abdallah He is atsiui great dam producer and Manihrmo s hitt t stalli prit jih some day will be a noted pre)satent sue. S3( Hi- ra I .iiil, . it ,: in 1 ..11. ' llfwa-sire- d tH'ibott.'in. Av Mrssmgcrl hiel. StOO, With Return Privilege. Chief, Sire in Man.l Jr,h i6 . i't .lain lennie Elmo 2 J ,1am lis Mamtiriiio Messenger, fildam bv Mambrmo Chief, ithdnmb) Imp Napoleon: Oh dam h leinpcsi, 6th dam by 1 igor; jth dain"by Damab) s , Sth dam lv Cannon's Whin, uth dam hv shipp s Paraxon Messenger Chief was sired by P K 1 N C K P S Sr. MKIil) 11 Abdallah Pilot ; istilam by Mimhrlno Messenger-h- ' Ry Woodford Mani'.rmo ny. dam by Mamhnno Chief, Ac He sired .Maud , 4v- - M.rvel r lt.imtletnian 10 (sire of . Msn-nidam I.OTI'IE J a. rinket Ji,v.; llnlwrt II, record 135. trial 111 sthe d. ins of I eps, 14, liv Pnni eps, j , and orhrr fast one. .irenhsinfer us), hy Prim Abdallah Pit 4 was sued hy Alexander's IkIiI cp. Princeton j 10H. ' I rinceps, Karl 1 JK. y crmieps lah.istdam lllandina lis Mambrino Chief He sired Pickard 1 is'.. Red lira and others t dauiI Mollie dam ,.f KBie Dnnjli1,. Ia4tie 1 aS) Alexander's A IJallsh (sirs of Uvulvl'. Usui ng Islaml lil. k Hawk , ri , ord s it sire tiy a 01 Princi- 1 JsS. bletoman. sire of Deafer - tj .grandsire of so with sued Goldsmith Maid 1 14: Major F.dsall 2 a, wh.. in turn sired , ami 1 l.rrcii s basiuw with lA Robert McGregor 1 17, sire of Honnlc MiGrs-goj o pi rtormers sioK.Ac.Ac j da "i l. Itrllfoumler ue ot clam of llawhleto- St. mmo. reord 1 , was sired b Mcsander's IIMS IO Vi'sgull Abdallah. dans said to be by Imp Hellfouuder.Ac 4 dam Mambrino Chief, the aire of the second dam uf Messenger Chief. Jr. sired the sjreat Lady I borne j il4 and Mamhriiio Pairhen; whs in turn sired a. ml London ? , others in 1 v and bettrr and also sired the dams of Guy Wike- - 1 134, Baron Wilkes . if and the dams records of 3 j,, and better Krgistered as II.. I. I He will stard thesjsonnf at mirstalle near Turnersville at Kate, by Gill's Vermont 101 . M dam llhick Kmilv, hy Helm's Yorkshire jdilam Little Hmil, by W?aner. 4th dam Hmily Sped,hj Imp. l.evlanthaa. by I'ncolet. Slh dam I.yfe Wilkes 451, sire ol Dans Hie WiUe. rtj. Chief, W, KonaK joH. Msttie Wilkes 1 l.iflu Wilkes trust 17, by fleorge Wiikos o t:it, 1st dam by American Clat J4, 1A, by Chief II ; jd dam thedam ot Kn. sssoh 1 joH Oeorge Wilkes 519, 1 t airento perfoiwersin more than any stallltm llsii.g or dead hv llinilionian 10, ssreof 41 performers in 1 ti, dam bj Henry; Clar GUI's i,iii)ui 101 .ire of Uoiiner Hoy J, jllsc k .Maria 1 mi'c le.otd ; jj, the dams of The 1 mat soiu lor big price. Count Wilkes iing Nelley I. 3H.'4mbettR Wilkes Abel j ..,ij, Col. Ilrsdshaw and seseraloth-er- s in the ; l list Downinif's et mont-s.- in of lllack IIsIii-- ii dam by liar, lay's C'diimbus. STAR WIf.KES is lineeaite-- l and as handsome colt as you can And In the Wilkes family. He has never Keen hanJIed lor speed, l.m will trtK fast u hen handled. He will make the season of iSeest my place j miles from Stanford on the Daasille pike at i.t dam Fauloonor, Boylo County, Kontuoky. lIaillrillO ;t7r sJ ill, t. AI)Clnllnll Mam-bnn- j:j, ' J9, ii, vj, sireof GenetaS 1 m",, llcltie Jones ijaj, Mattie It , old, ssS, Keller V J aU, Quinine s Soto a jat. KfRe Thomlun 1 1, and the dams of Charleston 1 rf, lidy Gay W ilkieiisont s ti, Wawons a $c. rma Su s Js, I elrphiae j 4.J and ethers Three . the ahoVe records were made In in i8il, the temaining ten were made in itna. ,, ?. liYAI.ON T 1 dam LVD, the dam of Lad) Majolica J sj by llrown Chief 44s sue of Maggie I sjs, and the from good mates will do f.k ewi.c dmisof Altamont ttK Majoin a I 05 bj $f50. Money Duo whim Mnru M.imbnnn Chief dam FAN NIK dam of Dolly, dam of Dire, tor with Foul. , Onward tV sue of 11, Ihnmdalv J high, rimipartl) limit, strmiij Imne. sure foal getter and trotted Fall 111 1 .; hill) tra. k nnd we aspect him to trm 1 lose to 1 jo this Fall. III. produce are large and fine, and like Grauhy he will make a noble crussa on our good mures In this section. 1'he real value in his pedntree rest. In the fact mm nr represents isotses . iHitiviaiial merit, wct.,-nnniiii sn ousa sw wete notn star per tormer and producers of horses thst could go the I'rli'sepslus j, m u,t j In d.tm I'limrose. "neoftHe greatest hrond mare. in the L'niled States. 1,1 Akllmki'. Al..l.ll.k HAVKLUC'K ba bnrw - i car. old, isS hands urn lt 5 ldy Proven llcri s 1 l, John F PaRe s ) ii5 t Insure Uvissjj Colt. I'oriZiic MRI.D (Hy 1 1 1 1 1 1586. A.Ulktl PALADINE ,, Govers Messenger. 1 al-d t.rn(r .. Mrs-cnir- Dm-med- Havclok 5131. t, 1 amblrtonian to, dam hy American Hut dam PnCHAHONTAS, by Anverkan Clay 11 (sireof theil.imsof S4 in the , to list, , In byt, M ClM,Jr st sire f the dams of 10 lu 10) a dam MARY ANN b Alesander . Abdallah Isire of the dams of Jerome Eddy t 16H, Paeonij, 11 i 13, etc I son of Hambletonian in , years old, nu PDINK seal dtosn, hands, fine st)nv, liamlsomrl) proiHirtioned and ser promising He tomhiues ihr llambletoniau . roas hacked by Alesander's aty-Lta- f hda1UI1 and snsmkl ptssduce great speed and resnarkat lr isnduratH-Hit descendants aie rnrtsiu to treat, both upon the track and in the stud ,, e pr'e $i!0 to lutmro. Tetephone to all points Mares hred en shares a snrcialti. Mstos r...i u . n.r w in' Oood care taken of stock, hut at ownei'. nsk. Mares bred to my stink and then l.re.l I other stock, the iumi due Mares bred an parted with foifnt in insurant I have a good lra k and hate .ecured the sersi resol Sam Colbun. and J P. t.ra. hath men I experience, who ill h pleased to hasntle ), .1 stock lor you Imported reinsures! Herkshire hogs for . ale Sed for card of extended pedigree, Hi . Cot rcspomlencr solic itrxl .- - Mes-enx- ii,, '1 1 ,. 1 (nw . 0 l,, - tec-oid- ) Belmont Chief 8689, trial 1 ' , sue ,f . YAZOO, 11799. R.cord H ! I t McCor-inack'- s, $10 to Iusure a Living Colt. J l.ng-hs- i,m: t. t.o in Redlight 5822, t nil bis. 1 AYRE3 &GIYENS, I child-bin- RKI.MoNT CHIEF i. a gr.t Korse. potseas Grand daw of Connaug h ssreni Oonmofe j rare mnsetry d form and beauty, and trttn Grand datnot V IKeriMit 1 sj, ami sire of llnhln t 34' Mlom-- utter hi. easy, frictionlese way nf gwng and bis grant r4 Rrsrrenee blond lines, there is n reason, with food tft-tunitsa- My.M.VMIIRIXO uba 1 irst. at l.ady Thorn. CHIKr;,ire Pa.U'll .jo and ot 4am record t ,f he should not become the equal of Wa a is. dam by IMasnnt. sire of ji tn Use lint assd (rami great sire and illustrious bthees and sisters. Dam Ponia, by RoKRUCK. j Will make the seasoa ( 1.. at my stables at 4 bambx WIIIPP. atrenfte. j slam by It new- -, jost, sir af 6 in the Hal ami Mc Kinney, Ky ,at The above record is ass measure of hi. sp.ed gnmLsii ssf I. we esneii him logo under so Una Pall. vlnm hy x erroont lllack Hawk. $30 the Season, 1 AZOO will make Ine seaxsa on lbs itm r v CssgeM. rec.srd , t9, be Rysdvk'. I iasubsH.mias. S. Hume A Co.. Silver Creek. Ky.. I mne. fr. dam Jiiliaa Machrev, by (seals' Star It 11 hriond on the Lanmstar turnpike. Redhght will make the stason ut tlno at W.l-law- n With the usual lilurn pnvi Limited to 1 a- ft to hVMfH-1,- 1 j', HY - a dam ,,f 1 . rM'IFl.tl 4l tl,. 1, pa er, ) thi .treat llrl rdcWDf,d I In sons tttlmoot llo rthur ;!!', and 15 Fred a. d lauahiers in the j s. list ,1am Rente Kinkead bv Contractor sire id , r Dr. West , 17S d dam full nun tn D Mo area t si, by Jun Monroe, sue of M mroe Chinf s Kitty Has is,. Lady Mmin in, Monnst Chief if ,, Viki-- n . others in s Ju ,' ,, kmi Jim j '. and no .ill. is utw04sl iftif 11 id t iS irnl ,, ' an. I Apiii 1' t s 1 nd I 1 J. 1 .. il. II St. uku. re. ord . ., My HH.MOM.sireof Nulaood, . 1,1, dam Young Portia Dam of 'oltirr .rU site or Hsasemer Mtn of Porta..!, , , l',1 j, (4 ' Dam ot Hymen. 4 , earned retard. Dam of thilde Haroio, two rauV record in Kng ir.t dam i. more IIARtll I D in the mi, ol Maud S., 1 ..laade jo list. dam of recr.t j os. . i4-a- ,. ,-- Ing aV c s, 1 1 Ams-rica- . e ioi-y- 't miles tat . Mielbs City, at $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. St'Kk Farm, 1" iiile marr-i- s J P CROW At $,.o t i.f Insure. ji. M C' T-- I W V. McAFKr. Shell. Cut ky Hh tOMIUNKti MALI KiN, - Regular Wilkes Dark I..)., Foaled June, Hs-lG-- ! Harrison Chief, Jr., W Mis oldest colls art mm lag two year !.) n ill grae mart s at 10 cents per 6v a . take V iMssiblr , IT. k.it dents or es, I' R' RN'AM v ,..,... il' miLr thr h Pincvillc, Iventuclcy. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. , en in ivi siren is George Wright and Miss Fannie .( Mrc, O'Neal sis.,. trial rit,.ly W like. , af Ntl lit 11, t... Worthani eloped from Garrurd and weie j is, nai.y 1.. s .. King I'mosk) tr.ai . 1,, M eial,f 7 iiu, j year omiriai an snd ave more married in Danville. shown lusls af s so or belter-ain sou. whi. h is .ruiuly woaderl.il ll 1. last sea Mr. Frank M. Ford, a brother of Mr, for )rar ob' stallion with limited or.pi.rtiii.iiK-,MT. VERNON, KY. by (ieo W iLe. Insure It. C. Ford, of the London National NUU" '"Hi.11"' "Ixl1 his Uniting and cimlinc-- sia!!ion will make ' Hotel; s still maintain This old and Is.rs of PrinceNVilkes i.4i. Hank, was married last week to Miss the present season at Dr. P W Logan's. iC, miles William sir.ot A. tell year oU record , ,' ing its flue reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeUtst OI .illllei'get.l'e ri, turnpike r ad leading tu wbl lor Jint .00 snd is the only horse that .tan . Virgie Graves, of Scott. Maliloril cial attention tn the traveling public. at si. 000 the season Waterloo i standDescription and There may be nothing new under ard bred, bli k. 17 Pedigreehigh, weighs i,ao lbs , M. P. NEWCOMII, Prop., irst dam F.lisa lane idam ol Mind Messenger bauds of Pearl j.o.ilan Mt. Vernon, Ky. the sun, hut the elopement of a Jhitlalo magnificent style and actum and It it sure foal 'r?.1 sjr.Va",W 1 17 Pearl Medium getter; his progeny combining spvesl and Second dam Kitty Rivers (dam of llertie G11I. man with his mother-in-lais rather qualities. Ho ha. a rd of jm. saddle tH.Uyear ou record 17 01 slow track) by AlexandrrV lie is b) Hichelieu; he by Maiubnao Chief; he out of the common order of things. Abdallah, sue of Goldsmith Maid t 14. Rosalind ' by Mambrino Paymaster, he by Mambrino; he a 41'.. Almont. rlclmoat. A A Louisville lady informs The Critic by Imp. Messenger. WEHTIIEKFORD HOTEL Third dam h) Red Jarket (sue of the .lam it First dam Helm mare by Ray Messenger; he liy Kcalucki Wilkes , tiV, and the tmend dams that she bus received a letter from Mary llfir.ilnii to, Its HnmhlctAiitan : h be Imn. Mm- Ill'S'IOW II.l.E. KY. So So s 174, l.i.'le Wilkes 1 W hip, he Laura lle'.e Cannon Anderson, in which the talented young senger; id dam Ited llird hy imp. nip, ne in ' '! "u"' i'r ,,,wlr" Jk,jnd William. ' nip bv Iflackbiirn s Ms Suk'iidid ouiig Sadii c sialucii, P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. woman goes into ecstneies over Mr. An- Saltram, daw. bv Herod;lie3d byduin a thoroughbred 4'. Phil Thompson s ifs,, Ac by Comet, son of She by Imp. Diotnede. liny Messenger's dam Morgan. She confesses that she mareout of a full blooded Messenger mare and l,y Having leased the .tU,j hole!. Refitted and re- tonio Navarro was ! Man Fourth dam an extra fast mare, supposc,l Mand.in i, furnished, I am prepircd tmp llocltingham the pubis "wildly, madly in love with him." of Abdallah and Messenger blood lic In Richelieu was the most fashionably bred trott)k' Kali's reasonable Goo J I'ln- .ib n r elegnntl) bre will make the Petosky jr.jy, by Getvrgc Wilkes ss, hr.t .Is, Livery and Sample Rooms attached Miss Margaret Isabella Hlaine, daugh- ting horse in America and the winner of more saavamf itsyO at "Maplrs, 13IIU faanie dam of Nellm O'Neal sVj, trial to null, from an Wi male the season ..T iS it at ill) stable at Keneasier un Slallfiud pike where die) will br found Katie Jackson ssjs,, trial a ty at 4 years obi i.rr, ter of the secretary, was married Mitur-da- y premiums and purses tliun any other horse in tucky. at an) tune read) P. sersc mairs Charley, trial at i years idd t su and $ others dam by Helm's Yorkshire; he by to afternoon at itsuld trot $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Pocahontas ksse to Ac.to by Iron's Cadmus, sueth ,t Imp. Yorkshire; dam HOUSE, Walter Damrosch. Washingtonrecent Mr. ad Waterloo'sKossuth ; id by Weisiger's Relshazar; AKTIHU SIMS, jo, dam tbe noted roan mare bein, Owing to dam hy IIRKF.K WILKP.S will male the ....... Mones due when the cull is foaled or the marc Joe Helm and afterward hy N. 1'. Lee. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, , aith 14 in 1 ly (.en. Knox, record class parted with Se. ai my place eS miles from Stanford, K) reavements it was a very quiet allnir. owned hywill stand at Walerko nnd so in a js. class Gea Knox hy Yermeot bcaaiiful seal brown, with Hush Hranth pike at Eagle Denmark llaro, 141. London, - - - Kentucky. Wonder if Saturday is to be hereafter the $15 to Insure a Living Colt, dam, l.ady ciaiu Daughter of. Arthur Stats' itt good mauc and tail,is a hands t inches high, will r Arthur, is by Itourbon Chiaf, sire ol handled years Spring, has I have moved to my nets Hoteljand am better fashionable day for mairiage. Lady Maud s as and many other ged asses and is more old this w.eks, but kenever been gilts and $25 to Insure a Mare in Foal, Is full ol than two prepared than ever to aCsoinmodaie the pnl.lic Mr. J. It. Stuckey, better known as I will also stand at the same plat e my fine Jack, out of Lilly Arthur, thoroughbred. He is a the bast prospect lor a producer ot saddle and bay ijVj hands high nnd has proven bimael f Good I.iveryaltached an. esery Money due hen the (1 t is as. I'rtainr.l or nut combineahorses in this psrt of Ike State. Doc, surprised the natives Sunday by a fine breeder. ill stand at parted with. Gic me a call. cu s in He was sired by On Time, he bv Stonewall Jack FRANK RU.rY. 77 on. no hv by driving up to ltev. W. It. Mcl'her-son'- s asainfioa oeninarn. ne nr lllai k $20 by the Insurance. t earner a due at with Miss Jennie, daughter of Wil- At $10 lo Insureu a Living Colt 1st dans by son ot Alexander s tsorman He is weaning lime or nen m..r.' is pa vd dam ana of the beat road nwres esc u t en liam Martin, and asking that he make Jd in June brsn jack with white points, S years l.yAiiu-n'WYANDOTTE, 3Jj tral Kentucky. them one after God's holy ordinance and lull iskhuid.lvhigh Hi was sirc--it dam lllai k lly Metropolitan, one of DILI.IONS SWITCH, KY. King William lit' King Phillip the t bred sons of I will siand at .y stablrs at M, Kiiiui In these pedigrees ).u will find r val breeding Mr. Stuckey is a brakeman on the L. & Sniin Jciinct. she was sired b) King Plullip, d Rysdyk's llamhlotoman, having for Ins dawi Dealer In dam by M..rct is'le, he bj P..rler, This Jai k ilvacyath hy Volunteer, second dam Clara, the and these sUlli ns yon will sre lliillsuluals of seasor ol in.j, Iw Urns, , a ihri'e Juk- X. and stands well, while Miss Jennie is hit. pr sen himself a tinebr-e- Jun r numbc-- of his none. Send law of Dealer 7 17 and Dictator, the sire of rare beauts mid as breeders secci.d Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps colls hasc sold for o at weamn: tunc. xcur marcs tshert- Ihey will be pr perlv cared for and said to be both pretty and a very excel- Money due when the r It - foaled ' r mare parted Director a 17; Phalfas j i C. I SAN'DIDGI. t UEI'I.jEX VERMONT, io 1st dam Lady Welch ny William Welsh, sire Roots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Queens ith. Lien retained liliinoue) is paid lent young lady. of Prince Imperial 2 iand Jeremiah j ; id ware, finuare, Furniture and a LOGAN, Owner. P 8 dam an inbred Wagoner marc This horscon THE I lly Gill's erinmil, the pedigree of dam uuWuo t sAODLr SIAI.MON, tains 4 er cent, ol the old horse Rysdyk's Cencral Lino Groceries, llrotber Talmage in elucidating the No. 10, the founder .,f the greatest trot ," Fancy Candies, Crots lie-- . ki. text, "Kvery hair of your head is ting fainils the world has eser known, coursing WATGKI.OO, STOCK All Vinds of I'rodu'.e taken m exchinje for goods. FARM, ihroiiah his ems from SOUS ilitTercnt channels w, remarkfd that on black heads Kvsdyk's liainbletoiuan, oluntccr, MetroiH.liiaii PostorTur, Livingston, Ky liv Dr P V. Logan', Waterloo that has a recor.t . there ui about I'lo.lUK) hairs while on a.ul William Welsh SI ASON OK of I io and is standard brad. Sr ml,.,.. .... lho.se of a flaxen hue the average is n T. A M.KIN, Lancaster , lrkjlr-,ugaii u ....i. Mas' t iR. 1. a rit b MjIiiil..,!,. but' I'hf (Kituwih ii.imtil t.tlllt.ri- - Wtil IllelHl ih M'H'Mfll I amis huh, Ih.ui mam' dam by Lett Iluhble's old and tail , is strii tl line ' ""'00i Jrfeivery, ffied and Sals Stable s - " (nil ill. K ni 1. nu at nil i 1..1.1 nd f.n, ) ; 1. boih natural and pleasant saddler. atonewall Jackson In Memory of Eliza Sutton. drise-i' y,r 'J ""ds high, nark bay and a breeds fane) ard when ,uu-tlharness t He is huh tail style on both hue breeder of good horses tor all purposes ami like trotter hen days are dark, remember ' will stand at 1 1 I s. . Towjl Lots, Cual, Ir "ii and 1 imhr I.anJ-- t u ;ht or told on Commission, Corn pondeiiie 01. yr 0 l' I"' and without their will. No harmfu-elle- ct buit drinking i,f thrir own f results from its administration Cures guar anteed. Send for circular and full particulars. AdCu, i8j dress in confilene Goinr.N IlaceStreet Cincinnati, O y - i, rilu isO" . i&y.j it tn foit.1 At $lt th M4VII tf !' i ii Mn- - P IIY CLA NEWCOMB welt-kno- HOTEL. WATERLOO. 1 first-class S3-t- -- rt--c 1 Wilkes l.e i) Its.lsk'- - MaiuMe-- t V, iukI an,t all right Will aot be allowed lo ern man Fust dim bv Regular; hr be Money due mares that are not regular breeders Regular Wtll.es i as tine gaitesl h.ese as will lie when the , olt comes, inure wlj or transferred A W ilkes familx fiuinu in ilie He his netrrheru lien w ill be held on sll culls until paid for Pedigree handled for spec,! but c in g vers fast Harrison Chief, Description ani Hi islll make the 18.0 .11 iuy home two is a led sorrel , stands m hands 4 inches in height; miles from li on Daiisille pik at i ) ears old this spring; ha. Mg tail and mane He is by Harrison Chief, be byCUrk Chief, the sire the lis j i $10 to a Living- - Colt. of Lady ! "MU The dam ofdam Lute,Chief,dam of Harris, Hanker Jr. ss W niton's Mamhnno hy a son ol he out of a mare Lien retained n nit till the sers ice m.aiev hy Alesander's Abdallah, sd dam bs Viaesr.l.ry, paid Mares gr.ril ,.o reasonable tern. N, n he by Old Lei ing ton; id dam by Mxaw ban's 'Ions poiisiiiiu: ,1 ai i .11 cult .t cm apes Hill, he hy Hall Stockings. 4th dam hy Dav J r LAND, Cro. ket, sth dam by lleitorn; olhdam hy Wells' Morclainl, Ky. Ii fasv Crusader Mr W 11 Wilson of Cvathiana. K) , sold a combined gelding, a full brother of Harrtsoa Chief Jr , for Ji.joo; also sold two others at Si, 730 Mr Abe llenakcr sold anoil.ir mmbined gelding for so )ou can see the I reed of this horse is mote ' ltd sought after than sn other stallion as the) bring M.ui better.pri.es than ant other stallum -Yoli-ntee- r , WII.KIS $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, BREEZE Hi) t WILKES! . (standard .lb n, I. la, k int.. ban. 1 lbs-hav- , i' 11 "lo 1 ! W'l-'.'- S.'s. I 1 1 Arthur Sims, 3041, y, Wyandotte, - ". 4 I . 5526, 1 1 e first-cla- ss Eagle Denmark I hur-e- I lan-fo- nl THE IULEY c s , , s. 1 I baud-som- e jU I cnnii-iui-nc- STEVE WALKER, I f J.H.HILT011T of 1 s 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. . be-- 111 r 1 1 i - d lo-t- f 1 niun-beied- 270,-00- 0. U 4 i- -e Wallace Denmark; . ) JR., V - 111, iilt-i'j- -l , Call up' W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'.'.S. LONDON, KV , ' eh rses always Good turn uti and I.r h.re I 111. on reasonable term Isttie rvisti ,nvoD lent point on tie ra 'r 4 ti tea h p,i e in the f e ' te in the mountain se ii -- Tho brightness tlmt is past: tlieglad spring music 'Io mingle with the blast. I hink af the merry suHsblae nd hots of icented flowers, Lit memories of the summer Ta'.e gbm from of and hoirs. MOTHERS FftIEIsD,, MsBrRXZ 1 U I 1 JtsSsssssSsdr ft When d.ijs are dark, be trustful I lie s in s nips after rain. And Jo goes inc so far away Hut 11 returns again, life is not ruled by sorrow, -- sings reign o'er all, Hut nd we cjii sing ot mercy li spite tifpaiii and thrall. ' 1 thud generation, is backed by thor(standard Rule 6 ) oughbreds on both sides, making him very active auu .prightt) in gait: 111 form and finish a perfect and Maine II. , Full brother to Gcnrva S '' lllack stallion, )' hand. high, fisalcd tS&; bico model He waa sired bv Sumpter Denmark, he j J4' ,at i year-li- e by tdsddard's Denmark, ht by Gaines fk Cromoy A. iioiusinun. urange county, Acs otk AIIDAI.LAH MAMHKINO ijj? well's Denmark, he bv the rare horse. Denmark hired by Castelar iooa. i dam I'lla liopkum by Old Octmuoa His rirt dam was irad he by Imp llcrijirford Itctam Woburn Maid, by Woburn :.i AhueitlW sire of t ttom Muilie Wiafrtss biiCAsant's Nurn G. ( I'be dam of Carver, It Sir Walla, e. he by Tmlhuuter's Sir Wnlta. e mul a ao. William SiL,.rl j he b, Sir Albert, (thiroiighbred) ad sU- -l by Vlr- and dam by a Mambrino hortti. Abdallah Mam'inno by Almont 30 id dam by Mambrino Messessse-- Minius dam of iirgiinus by I ranby, thorough- il.iji'slica 1 15 by Hntwa 1 dam Lyd dam of t'astelar, loOi by Volunteer, A,aiM til St Jul Chief. lam a Wlupp mare leui 11)4, ett.;iaidam Muu .Nochssa by Ham1 ,Um Fanny by Ilea I'ranl.liu. mond, sou of PotUr's Clay ; sd dam Wetf'a Star j dam Kabce bi S.is W.ln.,1 dam of Artillery J i'a and Modeaty hy Amencan Star, 1 4; td dam by Nertrand. i.lcs to the Quinine S., 11048, Ed. Barlow, 237S. f.tj) i 111 j uik-- s ,1 $6 to Insure a Mare in Foal. i I Waterloo. is a very dark brown, Hue mane and tail, compactly furmed, r Mack ', full , .. . a us producer rf nitrn. ..d .islsssd .".', t0n bn ,V, nd in Xvil Hid at Jr. .,. uSA?" K004, youtigj $8 to Insure a Mare in Foni Alto thro (W. LESSENS PAIN DIMINISHES r,..n KP.inRItNS vnLU S'1 WKES.,rjTH GKSY LABOR oc hen days : re dark, be lliuiikliu Light is not a'ways besi And useful are the shado- Tbe silcni-- and the rest G d gives whate'or is goo J tn tome. Hie day and then the night, And Ik' se wh) find their Joy in linn, I. ve a'wiy tin 1I1: light. W e i MOTHER are ml you a) ' Your gn o ice in the pa-- t, All shall ' e clear 10 y u, I'hesorro sb,,l!notla t llui lien be dear to you Some conrng lay M. tiler, yo -. Son of Wallaci' Denmark ibovi; 1st dam bv Milthe-- race horse Deiunark; Ins ler's flenmark, slum 1'lorixe; jd dam b) Montgomery's Ohser ; sd in IlKII. dam by Old iireniiou. Tmn is a flue shaped horse blui k with heav) mine and tuil.ij1,' hands high and la a natural saddler and has piuseu hi g self a fancy breeder. SIKKti BY C. I CLAY 18 to At Living- Colt. The above stuck will make tne .eason of iSyO at my farm miles from Hustons illv, near C.ireu-ter'- s Darn thedam of CJuinine S I will also Station, and will uerpurimited to serve in ares ne a fio premium for the best mare by the insurance, Salt and $7. - tor the bet hor--colt of Kd HarC F. Clay br Caliban, itam Soprauu, dans uf 1 low's got 1 be shown Stanford iialusv a 19; grand dam Ablsnu,. da ? lu October,, iSV, 1. Also my oiingthe first Munduy 1U a 30 lust, jack, 1 in j jo list. GrausilU-wilbe limited to tan appnunj inurew at thi scr.i low price of DENMARK L.EXELL-will tervu a few (food mares at lo insure a liv Season, ing eoli. Joe is a red jack, a yearsnld the 14th ot son of Wallace Denmark, a lundsnic colt.cl $50 but October. Ho is 14 hands high and of fine fine sire and uf royul blood, will be used privuicly. style and action. Ilred bv Peyton Lmbrce.of LinVt i.b tho same return privilege Stock committed to my care and breeding wfll Marcs Ipim a iltstauce kvpton grass at $1 Per coln county, mid lias a double cross of Jim Porter. receive my personal attention. Grass furnished ttttsgnalitQ A lien retained on on all eoltt till the season is at ruasjouableratei to be paid lorbelore removal oC la y and grain if dtMrtsl, sit iui.ih I'ylu tuktii to axoul accidents, Re, but not paid. Money due wliua the cult comes or msrr stock jii No responsibility fur accidents cr Mta .;.. parted with. C. M SPOON'AMORK, liable should anj occur Parting with stock forfeits Insurance and makes A W SMITH, Danwlle, Ky 16 3 a" Stanford, Ky. seasuu due. J bTKKLE CARPENTER. Terras. $i0 for the Season, . itt. With usual return piivib-.'i-- to mares nut proving GRMYILLB SMITH, Wobutn, jm, hy Hambleiorsian, io, ,bm Misa Coolcy, by telegraph joi ; and dam, the data of Geo. Cooky, by Friday ltd Harlow will stand at inv . stabU I , u 'tv.it... .s"!I.T fu. s,n,u,u c, nitc t - aK aau Dia iiwss .........a ,i mr hcw ii.c Riser 'I urnpike, near Du Idcrar's Milij ii TOM KOI1INSON, ht-h- JACKS ALL WELLiBRED, S8 Season due when roll is foaled Lien retained on all colts for t he srasou nM'",l',, '' ' balulii, ''"" J $10 Insure a 111 - Ji W. GUIvNS "W .ft! Wallace atSIB; Tom atSIO , "Williara. Ijyle. .My line jack. Willis m le, black with Ito.c, is hands high .i..i 1'5 1. lie's Imn. mealy In,i ' inu out of a splendid lunnut will of ,8ao at flin,".! l JOE EMBREE, for the .heu' - ' Stanford and Danville and Hustonville pikesat 1 $8 to Insure a ,..- -. Living- Colt. . falls due paricuwun loriclts iPsurancc and Itlrsiisssu G It. KNGLKMAN sr e