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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890052701 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. y. r Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVIII. IRON AND COAL. A Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MAY 21. 1890. NO. 25 pieatie ..r 0 HUSTONVILLE. of Inriji' menu a More Notes of Travel. At Home Again. t.nvii tiititj( TNioni. May --'.'!. in the World for Both. Dr. W S. iMye, who lias been nil inThe Cheapest Point mill Dealer It. in .sjuinir City ...... Dkar Ivri.itioit. The Kockies crop valid for ipiitt" a while, is now aide to mim-ni- l Spring City, Tenn. IiiiuIh, anil have inHurroundhii: out n little nt Sherman, the highest point 1TffT T 41 11 t t. tftllMI ? . niiKiimteil a y.iein of public improve-- , ... . on tl.e 1'nioii I'ncJhV. but onlv for n UULtU l.ULUHO, It litis been truly wiil that, ' ..... Castle, dauubter oi W. .. : , an-niaiiufaoturinn tireb'H at Kits', ...v.,.., urn short distance, nnil we were again in the Ml vn ' Hulling & OILS. ' o'clock, i tin. llimiiuli. I. Castle, diil ventfrdav U ,.,.. in kitiis. The wealth of a nation Is. tll'lt tiillut um.ii.lllf plains, 'Vooth.o; nlonK at the rate of iron m. " "i """.' .1 Ml. .:.,. f, l i llliv-uu lic.ll'11 IHUCra, VARNISHES, ETC , invented in the Iron plants and iron lands y, Httt. vhy as a uiuutifiietuiiiiK and in-Mr. J. I tioodo wiiSNeveiely injured almost .a inilea iiiinuto. The land fiom . , nAMim i e i of dtiMtrial centre. This company, known .i tii" I'nitt'd Glutei, and lnindri'dH ,smn,I H" 1H om on the hand by being kii.kod bv a mule. , re " n Asstociation-I.ini-nbm- it 119 the of In borers art' thmimuiilH W.U.fc I'.U'KK AN ll IlKCOIt TI0Vs. the larc Hi Will lint In. iihb. InunrHnr tin. ... "'roHKIIOlU til.' (Millie illStatlCI', tllO' d most complete stock in I mr.l Kentm treeless, but is used mile fnrnniriiii.nmr the centres of iron artivity. So tid, have a pteliiniimry snlcof town loin of thowimmoi ..- ; miik .n iiic i.ucst and moM ,irti t ei ration ' " is tint enpitul iuvtfted and so on June :. 4 and .", which everybody Kaht of.'CiriUld Island, lllonu the known olhctrli Room Mi nl m iiiilUin- oiioiiuous I'. d" Shj.te A tlsliinjf party, consUtin;: of a nuin-b. Variet iii e,.H- I'klCKsTMK m hUouUI duim in tin' competition that even attend who wanth to make an in- ami Lock Island Ilonte, to Clucaco, is ns lowest a.v? work rHK ni.-- i An ex- of yonni: ladies and gentlemen, Hpent .ininaimn it kimrj Mill' itril slight decline in tin value of iron cause venlmeiit in a place with greater iron and ordfr are a week on CJieen itiver. Thov returned tine a body of fnmiinj; country aa can be iU"rd .. im- - U......I.I lnj in iiniliil mill iitliMlims ..).. l. ...!... iiuiiii ill . .....j..... r 8 iiiiiii nu inuvi ...t... :.. .w.-.- t I .suppose, iiui with their trip. found in the I'nited Mates, u i. ......... r iron can I... tun eountrv. Kxcnrs t on rates on nil borne , lublv to laboiers. the and beinr sutlieiently wooded, is a loe- I lii'V .. .. IwilH'ht Hi'Vimil tnnde-i- t ttWbt matoniilly lower inim iiiitnmis. I'or prospectus and fuller infni- -i ,. . ,. strmi'x ., nl , tlnu lv eountrv as well , . . ' n general run of cos in the ,reat iro d.S; ', ,,,ri.,s T,,e Cheyenne, the capital of Wyoming, h , )f ' " f w p ii, cm t i AH-iationa mp.d .sbifttn, v7," truts, there must at Spring City. Tenn. thl' city in the territorv, and J,,,,,es w ')" "' 0 r- , Lot), capital and impulsion to tlmt place. MONDAY, I i ne iu,uoo ui -- o.inA). 9, w cut a oili.' .. , . ... care for be rht of Mm matoiuouiai uattcoc n.n,.u..o. " .""-- -.spruiK Lity, lenii.. n luimtimi lunn all-depot there is the finest on the line. On th jiremise-- , the . . .1 vouni?sttirs. -- .1 t .1 .1 !.. 1 MM. t i !41 uateiiaiiuejunciioii oi uie wicuiuiw -- Aiouplein California twice before -- The stockholder of the Hustonville " l"" imnuinjr lsa.iiandsome one, Njutbern ami tiie (.untnii ieniieft.ee mil-- , mnrfa an, (mmcd. have iust been i air Abwciation met at the Masonic tuuruaie a good manv tine busimss STANFORD wavs.,aud within six mllos of the hiiic- - ....ii.-- i - .... ... .i,:,.! ....... ,...., ....... ANIi KLKVATOR Hall last Satunlav afternoon for the pur blocks and everything has the appear t ui ol tl.e letine.s.see ami riney iiivvra, ,r Mt Tabler. wbie first wife was pose of thrift. North Platte, Kearney, of electing olllcera. (.Seorge M ance Will I ol uilhout nt piiMn nuclinn to as uu iron ,. , -- ujliternf Col. It K. Mil.l. nf tl.w I as remarKaoie a.ivaumycs the higheM bidder. ..... C.lvens was elected president; .lames Bi """"" """ oiuminis aretlmviug " r ' ' center. county, will lie martied row to Cook, secretarv; I.ch M. ItHil, assistant ' N'l'1,r''k ows- Capacity of Mill 75 Barrels par Tin: ihos sitrATiox. I "Wt know where one would find MissSusio IligL's, of Iouis'ilii, secretarv. and June Mocker, treasurer.1 Day; Cnpncity of Elevator Uie coni.utitien oi MHiUn-rfuinacee, ''heie havo been divorces The directois are composed of the lest a I?ttier or moie eliyihle site or a liner 40,000 Bushels. Is ePtabllahmt-nt- s w .Mi the gniit eaPteMi j,, jS years. Kv business men of this and adioiniii.- - conn - w,.v fonsilered, than Omaha I P srtltwi j ........ 1... there fllHl Wl'llt OVLT tilt' ine .11111 ia noi.inimi new lincl bitildin; ti s " them, and ns tin ,.r. sut Iiiih a IfflVrunt law and theie ' a' ready keenly felt by Aa li..r..tniW.. !i..r...l i.nnn tin. lii. utorle. quipped ith the latest nnd mhin r inor gfiiuml- - sri. 0 "l'tuaie within soyardoofthe Iuintille ft market conditions Imi-,icuuses for divorce, hair will bt held three days, July .'51, l,r""1l,i" portions of 11. The uusintss tt,hule Jeu , n,ttwno( M.mi.rd .Lincoln . I. this competi-lv kn.iwn and aipief-n- t After the marriage of Hen. Win. V. .1111 111.1 "illt All. tteorge.M. tilellHll.S, lmu ls J'11 roiling eDOUgll to nltonl gOO( OMility. Ky., tnu livurt al the Het heat district i"-'-t on inn! become n,ortMt..tre.n, to the o( Hopedale. Mass.. to Miss Su- - 'resident the icsidence portion just of th.. stnteand within ,e"c',0, ec.llnt m"kel is enouirh to insure a crunil daughter of the late (ien . HMm8 for llIir Fnlr. hilly enough for commanding sites for T..V inevitable have homes. 1 he whole city is high enough which was oleValley Iron district juu.gm.. Th. M, ,. Bw , o- made the Heck a wife died only a few to be out of reach of any tlood in the n '".v"! manner, the couple saien.mde totio upil.eMffairsoftliPiorpor the ultimate region of iion prminctron in ,. .- .. ' v. .......,. .. Ttr:-0e-thiril- ch; rVVv,, ...... ..K ' M""" """"-bakuKe inofleand tc. tilts country. train oh the J it ('. which made the1 death the- - nmrest living relative of fully of late, and the citi.t'iis are count-- ! year with 6 per cent, interest. Note with ap-.. 1. "CMrll) i,,,d "e" '"l.IS.rn f.!r.mm-L.- tlv Her name was' ing on H0.000 when the census is com-- 1 uu of sO miles ,n V, minute-- , including George Washington. mied to tlu srANJORli icoLLhlt MMJ-a- . ''"lie Va.liiiiKton Thornton, and shejpleted. When the splendid surrounding; "' "lowiipw. " f''" !' the i.v..ih Nke Simerior-iiiti- kes r.,1 tl...l Omaha will t... was the grand-daughtof Colonel John couutry is thickly mt if ore at the furnace door Super Mil, FARM AND TIRADE ITEMS. Thornton, of Revolutionary fame, who n big city. The r ;''.7-- ' per ton of HnisbiHl pije. 3C ' Dps Moine?, Davenport, Hock Island wasone of Washington's aids, and was ,NTKi.-imi"- um f unol miiim.,. . ok.-- , b.iiilrx from the CoitneUdville lk bis rlrst cousin. Her grand-mothwas, and .loliet are the priucipfll cities along tiii t iroiu r.i to l.Vi miles to wot tho( A. T. Niuinelle, stanfoid . . sue .... a.,..u..t..fr,, m -- Mieouris wheat crop in promising III "siungn s niece, ami11 ioravt.ii n; uie icovk lsianu itmte ami ttioy are all iwi,. " I . m- - at (ut natv costs 4 to the ton of the h part of the Wash-- 1 pretty places. One of the United States n.,l:rrtTrt;,H..,;.. i. j.redicUHl. ,rn. limestone for rtuxinK W 75 and a yield of I his was mrtially madO priiwns is lomtuil at Jollet. Kton ebtntes. Coniral (im.riy aiie.1 th,-Aph ,., btanioni. K A lot of '.'to lnud were shipped ,,..., .ntst.tbetmof j ....... . lalior. with , thti mill it ftxtuitw i.ii. . mmtoi,--,bi"' mihwiikwi t msourg. upon which ... remimieo me very mucn. . ot me lh. H,.h-.-furniture ami ." l.H.rtie.l..ii M,., .t,.,t "! u.til,M furrmri.. nwtaSl.SA to from lxinie ln.t week that averflcwl M com wa . . . . ' ne na.Hurge imi louiitt, ami tiie possosslon ot iJluegrass Uegion. with its b Isides eov - ' palfiMutCf Mml i uuir.. pmAubk- btMHtw. ilmnir ti ton of pig: making R iot.il CO? in ivnii. It . bought which nuMie uer ami eiinior lecK ncii. ' eretl witn green gntss, on winch herds of louii llaya, ol the xl-'- i .ilntlat bntk buiMmj rim-- 30 n.wu nii ftiriMCt-o- f 75 to tin ivituvh- - iiiit.-ii" ot 1,y, TOUM'y ' of L00" Senator Keck was a shrewd business) Hue cattle were fowling. Tlioy claim as M ..r...l.i.i. a ton -- f fit.iphetl pit hou. lie hail nil of the Scottish thrift good bluegmss as Kentucky, ' but tbev iiiHii. e at -' to 2J cuut. 'ivmi. iee ai.triet the Irtm IW"1 !.. 11.H lilt in Ilal,.nvill0 lv t Ali I dura imuh 11' Ietcher won the UitoiiU Dei- -' which makes money brood, and nmoug haven't it by a good deal, ih HlmosMitt the fornace Btai'ke ne- rStanfiinl is 1 ......... with .. . I., o.l r .1 11' I... !.!,. .1.1 Ti... .u.ii I. l.t. . ....... ..r..l i....... I...,...!., wi-i. ... -- " mu mil :..... .1 sunuieril exireiUliy OI,,, .,,. r,Hl.,i,crVuini. town rr.i.-n.L- imputation nuu uie mime ' imramiuiM I .11., 11,. I niiav.rilLf.-ft- f in a tOllli Hsforal It he "' cti.,i w,th Pfwr-f-- " gootl ret the time was St l.t. lands alwut the head of Utke Superior, Chicago more than 13 miles from the ''.'"'T "". " wm firt.t ill lite Hliritl. The eokiiie. cost I MutH bunie, u ilnnrable cuminunt- I ... m. In the A Missouri mare belonging to of Superior City, heart citv, is settled up 1, k rvuif in. isjiialiiiootaU instance in from two to ' lI l,", !' Z JlTVlf M' thickly all along. I didn't stoj. in ,.r " nrB ivitiiiwiUi in Wyo- Mf Ow Ing M 1 . now from the furnace. Hvinp and purfectUr formed. mint:, which were managed by his son, the great citv, but the sight I had of it, M . n .t nt .... houtman. stant-.r...!.!.. .ii.iitlnn. tiiw A. Untidy, of Clark, bought of who controlled a ranch of more than convinces me that its selection for the . t the furnacu necuMary to uutke a One of Senator Heck's, World's Fair is the wisest that could HUE1 of 1,300.1.000 acres. of pig iron doe) not exceed . th ' Clias. Sackriat .'is fowhiiff 111 ElfVlD FlUUlDIj . u tuke it ton Pon,, vence at $l.7j. Iltiis Ken- - daughters mrriiod a Mr. Corcoran, a havo been made. Its railroad facilities I ,.t ii,u,.U relative of the millionaire, and the other are second to none. I don't suppose iiil iron does not oxcvmI .". lalwr ami t'H'kmn. . 1, Nntwielley lmnght of J. A. married Major Uoodloc. and it was she there is any doubt that, before many E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor r ir......u 1 . .ti. iiniikutiiiii rr. ci 11 linV- ..,.w..w At'VIIDOO ...a..-.- , - Harris A Jon 37 Iioks woieliing 17 lbs. who was with- him when he dropped I; cimra have passed, Chicago will be the cnts making on a libenillmiis of culmdepot.-Fr- ank Cnrpt'iitor in la.gest city on the Western Hemisphere. No l.t,. matotaltUfortheHiilsheilton of , ' o.' U. . A K. I'. Woods SO of IJinWI in the KentlKkv lm. , Vl.er rcp .,, Now Noik orhb The crops this side of the Hookies are IJtatTennev.ee district of Ihs. at Skm). p.g .urn in the ino .ows reports imii tiogs hiueii The following was handed us for nub not far advanced and vegetation general i.l.a.hllert'nceinfiivorof this district sheep and wounded 7 othors for an jknUi()I). The Itev. Ii. W. Uolling, pas-i- n y in the Northwest is very backward. ncrtiielViinsylvaiiia and Ohio districts lie ha reccntl .ts'ilcd to it appointments The wheat crop all along is almost a the cost of producing a ton of iron, of Anderson county farmer last week. TI10 tor of !u. stanfonl H.iptist church, legislature, did not ims- that .log law, it orwI ,, jIlsl t.Iost.(1 a ,.iori0s protract- - failure and the acreage small. I don't I ;.. ! urnaces at priiiK' City nuit have the may be pertinent to adtl. Also wl meeting. Last Sund.iy be lupti.ed think that half of the usual amount will Sixty registered Jersey cattle from luoonvorts in Iran's Creek. He also bo harvested. The e are large crops of A a lvautageofall other furnaces in this Livery Tennessee district by rea- -' the herds of Kden Stock Farm and of, produced several strong points proving Oats, SOWIl HO doilbt Where the Wheat Toatcommodi.e tht. demands of hi, increased favored Ilest Turnoi.t fi. unshed hou of the fact that 1) the Shin Itone ' Uieuviow stock Farm, in .let.ersoncotin-- 1 j( a man worshipped God in anv had boeu killed by the late cold snaps. transient patronage. and other Commercial travelers Owing to tho continued wet weather, mile fiom ty, soltl last week ut an averogeof iw. Hulgeore is but one-hal- f way without faith, oven though it was Stockmen and others will bear in in the Hthle, it was :i sin to biin l.oin. the great b.ilk of corn land is still imSpring City and the Irod Hill ore but 8.x miles, -'i Sjiring City is nearer than mind that the Lincoln ounty court has j j( jy.o;. Vtirts According to that the planted. I saw only oue Mold of coin, SL any tber locality to an inexhaustible been changed from the 1st to tJiu iftl linptiKts aiiti teach that it is n north of Louisville, that was already up. The northern part of Indiana iB coking coal in the world; Monday of each month. The next court B; for tield of the best s to immerse in wa- ( Spring City has cheaper transporta-- , will theiefore be held Monthly, .liino ttr, for vlut.soevtr ia not of faitti is sin. ' HWumPy aiul Poori but from Monou LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE ' All' told there were 27 additions during 80ntl) t,lu Ijiud is Kt'nerully good, w ith t.on to market than any other located "th. RAILROAD. i. on mis uoiigiii w 111,111 uie nisi tbo meeting Kov J 15 Vnilerson of bomtf "ne sections. Indiana is eniineiit- furnaces In the district without 1111 ex- 1 he Great ' the State of railroads nnd small towns. bo week between 'AOOO and :!0.000 pounds Calnpi,el8vi"lk. assist t'd ttption.sotbat pig iion can tlieKev lulling lower;0' wool at prices varying from 17 cents U of building stone irodiuedinSpringCityatii cost ,,reielir liml has Il"mense l'ititie. LINE. for god.-Jessam- iuo Mm(,0'm!Ulv nt leant by M) cents per ton than any . or buiry and .,e stailfon, are shipped from the vicinity of Bloo.u- wmU , iugton and Uedl'ord. j.iournal. , otber .!place in the country. : I'orsvthe bus so d to (ieome people, notn s.iinis ami sinntrs. .....1 I " .11 nniv. n niirm ..V... 1...v, , . tniiw imri iiti nnoiii . i 11 in. ..w..,.. .v... ...n rnm m -" ,' Wl ' I With birds'."' ro- IXTKIUOll JoL'KN'AI. "How do you mate canary U) firnaces, l.0 of which are now out ,mu1U1'' J""1"' h? 'Iver King.son of I Iubbles M,llUll, fniirit.rt after a patron'8 (Ues. wish to sav that there is no country as ot blast by reason of the fact that the! PULL MA w - LAC u. c NPA -- w ' .l,l1'' "'" h 1'fnmaik, toil yei),tnlav. ..Why, take three or pretty as Contial Kentucky and no peo- -' -''prut, of pig iron on the market is at a (or -;arrodsburg Deniocnit. 0l).-l ,, pie as clover as those who inhabit this Louisville (o(lr bir,,H of bo, M,xt.s I nvcr tigure than tbev can produce it. ,,on,e" ' he , "R the largest their ,,,,. ,1r. mnw r0011) favored section: and with a good climate. In tl.e Knit Tennessee tlistrict there are ' To Nashville, ' ",0 "wy They begin to chii,. Tbo average ob- old Kentucky would bo as near periec-- , ..I furnaces. When the price of pig iron mmllll1' ,,I0'U'J' "l Mem oh' S ' . t,0A)j hnKli8h Lady, HOrvt.r would probably note nothing tion as anything sublunary over gets to is as low as $li pur ton, 110 of the oiO!WH,w Ln,1-Atlanta wwl"Kton, U'o'-- i ticular about their chirping, but if his be. If those who have read my letters furnaces must stop opuratlona; j,,,0: Sl,7tH); Sportsman, Jl.ii(X); Olock- Montgomery, ttention was called to it ho could soon have been enabled to form a better idea reaches ?17, l'(X) mort. town. when tho price mm n"c" observe that the birds select which onr of the groat West and the country thro' Little Rock, l mr'J,W"i am",,M'r,'"'u' must close, and at $M the last on . r ui,ii f.,i i,n. i I Imt-tbev will eliirn to and'tbat certain con Mobile and New Orleans. them must shut down, hut in this dis laiie, -- The Uegister reports that nt the sale ,,eH i,, t.,irpB onlv to tliemselves. i,nVo not written in vain, trict not a furnace would go out of blast of Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. the etlects of the late U. J. White i They drop their singing altogether nnd1 mitkt it yutml T. IS. Wuton at SI-- 1, fink )"' ('ilji ih countg two yoke oxen brought OI,y taik t0 eni.n othtr it, uninterrupted Madison Only one to point in ilK) and $lft, respectively; -- 0 head of ..onVtshin. f all the "booming" towns AS TO COAL. The mating then consists in Polled Angus cattle averaged $7'M, the Bjm,,iy putting them in the same cage. "one havo such a prospect for rapid and A R K A N S Hesides her suporlativu iron advanta& AS. substantial gtowth as Spring City, Tenn. ia the gateway to the highest price being S'.'Ui. Hogs brought Lancaster Kxaminer. ges, Spring City -EMIGRANTS most valuable and extensive unopened S1..M). 100 barrels of com sold at Sl.ST) ij iiiilnie libtiitc tiiiii In urnii'ii 1tluitl. Its iron nnd coal advantages exceed all ' IK) lbs. bacOll nt 5H. J. . ' Others, Willie ItS bealthfullleSS. beautiful SUnK home on the line of thi. ronU will receive . . . . . Held of coking coal in the t'nited Stales. lllld. Sie-:ia- l rate, oi tie year ... tl.e lo.low,nK manner: iuu, . , , e CsSee aent ut thi Cuniwi y for rates, mutes Thin wonderful basin is identical with Whenyoucoiuoto the sale of town Soal a largo piece o coarse sponge iVi or rite to vaM A., the Connellsvillo nnd Pocahontas coal in lots at Spring City, Ienn., June 3, I, o, water, st.ueee hal tlry and sprinkle ... air ita d,ar IIH)lultain 8treniIW. t Al'MOUE G. I'. & T. ky jtg nej ,,bori Louisville, Virginia, yielding. HI smmutM Pennsylvania and you w .11 bo con. or.ably housed, you can the open.ngs retl clover seed, millet, barm fomu, mvflwni per cent, of llxed carbon, and is hW visit tho delightfully cool summer resort. ley, grass, rice and oats Hang it in the q( tQwn t,u, A railroad has al. iin'tV Jum in IU.ea Springs, two miles distant you can window wnere the sun s iu.es a portion J q( u n Wim rea ly been built from Spring City to go to seo tho wonderful fa Is of lMney, of tli.e day and sprinkle daily with water. ft Kxullr6jon rat,H oa u ,reat ,it within a few miles of this tieltl and will 100 feet high, or a mounta... n.lo on spe- - It will soon form a mass o livmK green , Chwi m ti s each it this year. The analyses ot four Ciai ivt'uiru. IVmilRHVU rauroau Wild 10 wtiero even me ciuvit ih hiuoih ern road, 53 miles north of Chattanooga. leatluigcbom states,.. coal Holds above, nut above and be in the tho A ul.rts. ftiftftrtrt P'lll'1'111 Pt fit otiif groat lutines& ,1 u million dollar " body of "'""""' ini-rt- A. E. GOCBBOSTS, I. Irl. IJRL'CE, PffPfP rav, m travelers Onlv rirtt-cla- ,ra m am, STANKUID, KY. SI'rfCIAt. ATTE.VIION to COMMEHCIA L Horses and mules bought and o!d. si horretand vehicle ued in lltery. ' ". ..,,.,,.. r 1 1 "ES ' PKIRTS , ! Aiielo-Aiiu'rlcii- l,nT ...... ww.. irwTiiriv -. 't-r- e "M-n- ei t. i, O. Ii. Hn CROW letl one of the table at Pence A FarrU track and will run a general .... ,.l l. ,. . v- ,,,., i.i ... Breaking and Training Stable. lie hit had itllicient experience to make him an expert in the mid his rates will he very reasonable Give him a hare of your patronage. yr Aii.lo-Ameri.-a- .... . c" .vl'ib Notable Public Sale. W '"'St "-'- l. JUNE 1890, S50 HEW1RD I v ! i 1 1 pa n a -r ,- , ,i. :. ROLLERMILL oni i.cjn' n o' ol IVt- - un.iuf.oricu I) il ir f..- - inr,rma-tiu.- pron jiin-lui'in- to-ni- "" I rrri; Found Cutting Timber or Damaging any Improvement II ii ,m pro; ei) u-- n Ti'n ltiii.h'on , Ii. 1'. 01111K, I. h Creek, 1 he I a in-- at :K-n7- ' t,s rotry bt ' dec..ftne Ttmnie 1 , '' - ,,,, I'n-'Mon- ' ' '. ,'; IibIoii. r ; JaX&iZiC'i?: ! .'t - 'e ? '& '.V. lIiiUh.Mii. oacrofarm, llirren" timber tract nn Muck jutiu Turnbiill', $i7acres, Jolm aire, Ilirthnan', jii sn.ru, M.J. Harn." vo acres, I). . it" iure I'lin Am'er-on- , i( acres, W.iii Hum' 527 airet, Freeinn , Sim acre), . KolilNuii .Mil! truci, I laiiu, Kidd'sfarrn, Joi Cetrev tarn., A. (Inoch's larni, W. Collm' rin. n f'.f 'r l:i''e "oo acres, Henry Mil!i-r'- . tirt-- , H'iry Miller v, 4.J acre, Ilirl.'s, j3l 1!. Kjmi.tcn'i e C ti trai t, I'eprl alCnb I' Orlianl, Hotel, Cti.-U- ai uvtorehouse at i Ol II.S'HKIMKK. I i i - r Ow.iir Kn'man tp.t .107 Wm At Co I.cit' K Cii. ounj;' ;' kn a. W A Cusl-'t- , Ilmtin Heirs, ', n acre plate, W'. i . l'er-ry- ijrfp K I'.fr Ilry-an- 1 bu-ph- e tl - are, ! Otti-n-hfii- M (r, Mslssiai)SBSjssHsssssssssssjHsssssssssasiiiisssiSBBBsssssB '"' 'n """"! fe!k-fiiiWWiu5si- !"' tli. i a. j HOTEL PROPERTY ..... FOR SiL E. Ti? . ?, 11 r JijJ .,, - i . !i '- Pw ljtt I'-- (.! i.... ioa ... it ... ... ..... ....!. ... lll r T i J. T. SXJTT02T c& CO., HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are till in the husinets ami ready to do any thine in the L'niiert.ikinj; line. We have a full stock of Cases and Caskets nf all kinds and Kobes of eory Our hearse, which is nearly n short notice new tan 'ie nbtaine Mr J U Green has charge of ur business and will show t ..ni oit needing anythmt; in our ur ine 6fU 1 i'Xr "pwnuZ l. "' ""' t ,mf 1 ..-- .!.. s "" u.... i.. "' '''' ,,,, ... ... im $' oSSl. i ,. i tu S-l- ittle ' v l'lli ,,, fiYfTS mDIIK I ..-- , MILEJ .niMvntumuiKix , $,' "Hi " col-abo- ut ssjmgmB Twenty mile the "I.ortest to in Central j - Pool and HilliardjParlors FirstClasS j ' Stable Making Jiroct cunneition St. I.oui-i, Union tllt Pedo-Hintist- I Michigan Point, Cleiclauii. Detroit, liulianapoll and the vet, New Kugtand, Canada, Chicago, lliiffalo, JiO Vko New York, Boston. t ' Washington, ll.iltimore. riiiladelphil, Qmckekt time to Harrodburg, Krankfnrt, Ky. Kiihinond, VIKCIMA ShnrteM and Quictet line 13 to-da- y KEW JDHILIKAKfv, .. : 1 1 Wl,,,171 ...... .... 1 THROUGHJRUNK " "" , "lii ,.,, ,,,, ,,,. '- SOUTH' & WEST CA. r. '- Solid Train-- , liaggagi cars, smoking cart and Coaclio. Pullman Uouuoir Slceiicrs through without ihanue via Chaitan.oga, llirminham, MtriJ. tan making direct connection toute for Knox ville, points in the , rn At Chattanooga for AilanU, Columbus, Wilming ton, Charleston, Auguta, M.tcon, Savannah, llrunsuick, Lake City, Thomaswlle nml FI.OIll-U- A points. The only line running solid train with choice Car to I'ullman lioudoir or I'ji.ice u'ithoiit change lor any cla of passenger or baggage. belina and Montgomery, Ilmitsillc, Decatur, Florence .Memphis and Alt KANSAS point. Sluirtfst and quickest to Anniston Sclnia, Direct connections made ut NEW OR-KAN'S without omnibus transfer for G.!lveUn, Slct-pinMo-InlI. CAM DMMS, J.ick-sonsil- le lloustrti, Autitili, 5l,-)-o- n TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. (.h.-ng- The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, La., making direct connections Mi . ShreeKrt transfer (ur Dallas Fort Worth, withiiut omiiil-i- i Antotuw, Kl I'aso and points in Austin San d I AS T EX TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. inforiualioii cnll on Agent at Junction Citv, Ky., r HANK W. WOOI.I.KV, waddren Tiav. l'ass. Agt., Lcvington. Kv. D. U. KDWARDS, C.C. hAKVKV Cinci. Kor through r.iti-- " ' ,,, correct county map and full i i "in, (i I'. .V O T. A., 1 i- - -t akt. the State Ucologist yoiul everything, else you can invest in Kentucky being one of them) place of a beautiful lot uiud all of them in Spring thoa.i.ount of llxod carbon in this coal City are beautiful) in a town destined to nt fiom S'J.'J I to M.IEJ per cent. The field be the iron centre and distributing point has been thoroughly tested and its for coking coal in the South. Kxcursion s.l siti.1 tta ffiliwi ti S.lrtl.hi t... John tMr.7; Procter, ... tr -- )10UISVIUE mwA.BAUT i CHICA80 0tT(3- - VU ,A NEW FAST l.oauic Daily, Secure , AIL has just made a pair of shoes for a Char lotte, .V. C. man. They are tho biggest ones ever made. The size is No. ;.,. lvu'1, shoo is SO inches long and S inches .!.... ' IllC lilt man uiiw io w rates on nil trains Hist, and to the iron distnct ofV a clergyman, 0 feet 10 inches tall, and Citv A pint of warm water taken on nnvveiioiounds, and the county in Tennessee second, is incalculable. Just coking coal is a eupty stomach in the morning b the su.ich is a roomy one. beyond this basin of wonderful "Hlock" safest and surest of all remedies for ha huge deposit of the Spring City, Tenn., tho only town com Kitii-ipnrmtimitimi. It iliwnlvna tin. f. coal, tho only coal known that will "nlnK great mineral richness and great smelt Iron without being first converted nil matter and stimulates peristaltic Bt physical beauty, jMiy a tut. iiiciu ne cnu into coke. This exists in large quanti- tion, thereby g'ving a normal action sale J uno o, 4, 5. Kxcursioi' rates on all ties on the line of the Tennessee Central without pain. If tongue is coated, roads. extension, anil Spring City must be the 8(iuoe7.o n lemon into the water and Spring City, Tenn., tho beautiful. drink without sweetening. distributing point for ft. " '" " eons.sts of three rpersons, " father, fmly ot,wfr " 1,w ih -- V(,,1"'l "y '" TO MACKINAC Palace Stismcks. In th LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI to " b dij iter. At tl.e Summer Tours. Low Trips per Traveler, Ratcs. """ .. . JHtl. years ' nionths and 4 days old, "1 the father lacked one day of be.ng tt' awoh t0 tll '''s- lield Advertiser. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Wk Btwn THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the great commtrcul cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, anil hence the fattest time and mod comfortable traini between all polnti in the South, or to the Wctt and Northwest. Thr counterpart nf this train on all trunk lines is denominated The Limited Express. The tuperb rolling stock He employ five, pjtrenv I'nlimitcd Ckmtort. bay Mcnon, get Monon and stick to .Monon, it yciu warn to save money and have a pleasant lour m-- S"of l ; Cky Tenn t,10" R tMt irou and coal prospect in tho world, (io to the first 6alo of lots, June :', 4, "i. j.1)r,nR ( DETROIT AND CLEVELAND 6hd4j Trtft dotlnj J.. Jolr, iiUt ui Siptimur Oolj, Fstoskty, The 800. Mirautttt, mai Xisk Uuroa Fart. Every Evtolns Btwn I ! rnte. Our Blu At Salineville, 0., a whole family was wiped out by lightning. nd Xzourslon Tloksts will b furnishttl by yourTiokst Agtrtt, oraddrua illustrated Pamphlets, I E. B. WHITCOMB, O. P. A., OnRWT, Micm., CLEVELAND STEAM NAV. CO. THE DETROIT ror lull information, lime cords, maps, folders, rtc, call on uruddrcst V. (5. CRUbll. T. I'. A., Louisville, Ky. IAS. BARKEK. O. I. A., Cfcictgo, III. UrV. II. McKOUKRTS, Agt., Stanford. 'l.. i' 1 - .l..'- Tf '"Tf'f V SfY'? fflafJlRr"aWflPy.JI Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal May 27, 1830 Stanford, Kv W. P. WALTON. DiesATittpiKD with the wny the white republicans are running tilings in this State and with the view of demanding a greater participation in the councils tw well ns the oflices at the command of the party, Rev. (Jeoree V. Hollinjr, the colored preacher and politi cian, tells us that he ia preparing an address to his people in Kentucky and calling on them to meet in convention for the purpose of nssertini; and their rights. The meeting will be fixed for an early date in .Inly n with Lexington as the place. The thinks very naturally and justly too, that it is about time his race was ceasing to be merely hewers of wood and drawers of water for the republican party; in other words they are tired of helping to put men into oliice and enjoying none of the pleasures and perquities thereof themselves. well-know- I5kx BiTTKKwoKTit, the Ohio statesman who did the Fontaine Fox Hobbltt act of speaking on one side of a hill and voting on the other, explains that "it is the action t one thing to protest of the driver and try to exercise more or les ii tug at the leins, but it would be a ditl'ercnt thing to get out of the wagon and face the team with a bludgeon." And he might have added that fear of the driver's whip, otherwise the party lush, makes cowards of the most quickened conscience in the republican wagon. nir-iins- Tub race for clerk of the Court of peals will likely narrow down to a Apcon- n test between longmoorj ami Adams. The former has 17U instructed votes ami the latter 1(0, with l'S and I"! second choice votes, respectively. This county has numerous reaons for being for Adams and the general wish is that ho may come out winner. Martin 1ms '2 votes, 1'oore SI, VaiiAint "0, Kteiioli M) and Hrinklev'i:?. 1 To-n- main-tainin- jr par-(o- I tt at noon is the time set for the Legislature tosnuti'itself out, but thereare ominous signs that an extra session will be called. The governor finds that there will be a heavy deficit became of the tax LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. reduction and he wants some action takThe republicans in the Legislature en to prevent it, besides numerous and The present Legislatuio has estabare a Bweet scented set to be sure. Lang-le- sundry important bills have not been lished the whipping-pos- t in four coun is charged and apparently convicted disposed of. ties. Goods, with accepting a bribe to support a rail Shoes, The State was mulcted to the tune Thk Standard says l'aducah wants the road bill and Friday Bentley, of Leslie, evert by of j'.'.oOtS.TS to pay for daily papers for accused the Pulaski statesman, the Hon. next meeting of the Kentucky Press As be bought, to be the legislators. Eh Farmer, of stealing a bill. A fight sociation. If she wants it bad enough The Senate pased the bill to require week we ensued during which Bentley got in to send an invitation, the prospect is will get it. There are no other counties to pay 520 each for the support would-b- e to to Bouie good licks in Farmer's face, while that she of pauper idiots. the latter used his big feet to good ad- bidders that we have heard of. exerThe Senate passed the bill to appro- vantage. They were parted before seri Tirinti. SI.YlVYi fnrtlit rniitiiiimtinii of the To the Democratic County Committee. ous damage was done, but both went off Gentlemen-- . You will please meet at Geological Survey. and armed themselves, tho no further In response to an earnest and re. my oliice in Stanford, Monday, June 0th, trouble is apprehended. county court day, for the transaction of spectful request, tiov. l.uckner has withdrawn his resignation as a member of Most all assessment companies finally important business. -. I). Xewmnd, Clnn'n. for the the Sinking Fund Commission. Thogo to the wall, but it remained The Senate passed the House bill to of Honor to besnnlled out " United Order NEWS CONDENSED give the Commonwealth a chaiurc of fell blow of the court's bludgeon. at one In the bankruptcy proceedings the reM. J. Rybee gets the Waco postofilce venue in criminal cases when it appears ! ...lio that a fair trial cannot be hail in the ceiver reported that there were debts in Madison county. crime wiis commitamounting to oyer $50,000 and that The Kentucky Central has opened county in which the L.ots ted. This is one of the bills Introduced were all the funds that ho could find up its extensive shops at Covington. In ihe or, orate luniUcl Kooliml to meet it. As this was too little to diQueen Victoria was 71 Saturday. to suppress lawlessness in tho mountain g counties. vide among the creditors, the judge Her reign commenced June 2, LSIIS. it J HARM Kiwlan.1. "MODISI, CSKOCISKY" No Kentucky newspaper enn advergave it to the receiver and his lawyer for The Odd Fellows are preparing a penalty of HARRY A. EVANs, and declared the order defunct. the highest kind of a celebration at Pari, tise a lottery now under not less than 51,000, nor more than $., CHEMIST, June 12. ANALYTICAL The Senate followed the lead of the Congressman Paynter introduced a 000 fine, or imprisonment of not less STANFORD, KY House and passed the tax reduction bill building at than :!0 days or more than six months, And udis, over the Governor's veto 21 to 11'. The bill for a 5100,000 public either or both, and the person who of- Engineering and Surveying in Maysville. wisdom of the act remains to be demonScud V all branches. Mrs. May H. Wright has been ap- fers to sell n newspaper, circular or other strated. We think with the Governor Sets, Hopkinsville. Hur- written or printed matter advertising a in that the present is not the time for a re- pointed postmasterat lottery is subject to a fine of not less ! AUo a full Ntnck of I..mdreth D. M. Kerry K Co. and CrosMiian's duction, especially since the State is rah for the women than 5300 nor more than $1,000, with the An Indiana man has been awarded Tht noiKC furrwarui humeri, fnhtrmm ind to bear the heavy expense of a constituGarden Seed-- , in papers. our land imprisonment penalty also attached. cthtrt not to Jrevti on he jrofculrlwiiliout U to the tion convention. The reduction is o cts. a pension because of injuries received by a til "' h The new congressional districts will being thrown from a mule during the cstcnt at the lw S gnd on the 5100, from 47 to 42 cents. be as follows: D V. HOI.M1.S Ir war. 1st district Ballard, Caldwell, Callo- I'HILIIKRT RICH R!s V r.AIM.V of Texas have G ex. Chalmers, the blatherskite and The prohibitionists ( Mrt. .AMKJRI IRWIN. renegade, contested the seat of Mr. Mor- nominated a candidate for governor but way, Carlisle, Crittenden, Fulton, raves, Mrs A I ICK TICKKR Hickman, Livingston, Lyon, Marshall, Tim. I HAM gan, the democrat who downed him so tney went sqiiue back on woman suf-- Dialer In- McCracken and Trigg counties. signally for Congress in a Mississippi frage. Daviess, Hancock, HenI lodistrict, under the impression that a conThe Rank of Middle Tennessee, test was all that was necessary in order cated at Lebanon, made an assignment derson, Hopkins, McLean, Union and Lot on Main Street in Stanford f )r the present House to rob a democrat with liabilities about 5tK),000 and assets Webster. :)d Allen, Butler, Barren, CumberI i" at rr CnnMinint; of his seat, but in his case he finds out JUj.OOO. Logan, Monroe, Muhthat he was mistaken. He is too nasty a Gov. Buckner has recommended land, ICdnionson, Land-- , 51 Acres pill for even the republicans to swallow. lions. J. A. McKenr.ie and John Ben lenberg, Simpson, Todd and W.rren. tin Crab OnharU pile nett for Commissioners for Kentucky at 4th Breckinridge, Bullitt, Grayson, The Lebanon Convention to nominate the World's Fair. Green, Hardin, Hart, LaRuo, Marion Also Some Nice Chairs-- 2 Rockers GLASSWARE, Are. a candidate for Judge of the Couit of made his trip Meade, Nelson, Ohio, Taylor and WashGeorge Francis Train '' b for ""' land i not .. M n If the 7 Appeals in that distrirt will not have to I' furth.r informati-- n apply to T K around the world in 07 days, 13 hours ington, Goods First-Clas- s ton, Stanford be held. The primaries Saturday s tiled oth County of Jefferson. Liv- and :5. minutes, beating Nellie Bly's rec - . the matter very conclusively that the) . 0th Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallalt people wanted Judee Joseph II. Lewis IVlr.in.' tin, Grant, Kenton, Pendleton and Trimnf . ,, Ui,.,mond T. to succeed himself. Judge Roberts, of minal Co., ble. I denrc to iell my (arm of about ijo acre, itu at their meeting in New York' the of Stanford Louisville, the other candidate, admits 7th Bourbon, Fayette, Franklin, Hen ated ahout iJ mile north the old church on here of the capital 1 authorized the increase Huh Ilranch piie, oppovte w oodloni. are about 50 aire in whui and ry; the balance his defeat and cheerfully acquiesces in ry, Ulunam, Uwen, bcott ami stock to 570,000,000. (sood dwelling .. .ii in timothvj the will of the people. lilt Sth Anderson, Boyle, Garrard, Jessa- III .w. llll w. The House judiciary committee has of four room and litchen and a plendld new mine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, Rock- barn; l well watered and fenced. IWnHtn ' an J.I be given immediately. For particular, Thk republicans continue the rape of favorably reported a resolution for a con- castle, Shelby, Spencer and Jackson. J lltiley, Stanford, or write the stitutional amendment granting the right Oth 6eats from the democrats. Mr. Venable, mi HKKS Cincinnati, Ohio Bracken, Bath, Boyd, Carter, of Virginia, will have to give away to of suffrage to women. Fleming, Greenup, Harrison, Lewis, MoThe town of S'efron, near Fe, John M. Langston and Mr. Klliott, of HOTEL and is in Laurence, Mason, Nicholas, Robertson THE COMMERCIEL South Carolina, to one Miller. The re- rocco, has been inundated and Rowan. J 1! OWENS, Manager, Jews and many markable part of this is that the two ruins. 10th Breathitt, Clark, Klliott, Estill, Moore lost their lives. - Kentucky. contestants are negroes.- There must be Floyd, Jefferson, Knott, Lee, Martin, Harrodsburg, After several postponements the for more votes, when an urgent demand Magoffin, Mongomery, Morgan, Menefee, popullr h l'l l this I have taken chart:the republicans vote to seat a colored National Kxecutive Committee has fixed Pike, Powell and Wolf. and intend to runit in afirt.cla manner in ecry meeting. Some devilment papered and painted from Mav 20 for a Iin heme man. , 11th Adair, Bell, Casey, Clay, lop to bottom, the bedding i being renovated and is going to be concocted. everything done t. make it pleatant and comfort- d Harlan, Knox, Letcher, Leslie, Lau- able Tor guesM. The table .ball never be unnm-eKemmikr's attorneys now seem to be The democrats were successful in A o. J II. by hotelun thieetion rel, Metcalf, Owsley, Perry, Pulaski, Rusfit the end of their rope, where their cliNorfolk, Richmond, Lynch ent would have been long ago had no1 burg, Danville and Petersburg in the mu- sell, Wayne and Whitley. And We Have the New York Legislature got to project- nicipal election on thel'id. In Memory ot Little Walter. R. B. ing with the means of capital punishHeavy rain storms and winds raged SUCCESSOR TO On the 17th tiny of April, in Jcllico, ment. The Supreme Court denies his in many portions of Kentucky Friday application for a writ of habeas corpus night. Great damage was done in Har- Tenn., Walter Glover Mooro, infant eon M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, of. lohn It., and Julia A. Moore, tlieil of and it now looks as if electricity will be rison and Jessamine counties. 511 4TH AVENUE. croup, apod 14 montho. given a chance at him. Logan county by a majority of over When a member of a family departs LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY repeal her prohibition this life Ouii new senator is not a handsome 800 refuted to it is universally regretted, but ell'ect three The Nobbiest & Most Stylish when a "hud," the (lower of n family, is man, but we are proud to say he is not law, which had been in years. Kvery precinct went dry. swept away there is weeping and wailing as villainous looking as that cut that the Stock ot Internal revenue collections for the in the hoiibehold. Little Walter was Lancaster Record prints and labels John tl. Piirlislp. Vi'iMipr that innir nnr Mm! first ten months of tho fiscal year were the pride and joy of the household, an increase of $i),724,:ttl bright and intelligent, always prattling nose even in the slightest degree resem over the same period last year, in his baby way, cabting rays of sunshine Ever brought to the city ol Louivllle, now OpCD hies the great democratic leader, who Mi6s Jennie Fox, the on the hearts of hh parents made in- including the has recently received a merited promodaughter of Ksquiro Joe Fox, of John-ho- deed, their home a happy one. tion. B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS township, Ind., received a check for Proud were they of their little onp, KNOX & JOHN There are already 2J candidates to fill 51,000,000, left her by the death of an own importation of Entflnh Han but alas! that grim monster called death the vacancy in the House caused by Mr. uncle at Galveston, Tex. An elegant line ol Cane aud Lyon'. and Cap stole quietly upon that home, and ns Celebrated Umbrella alway on hand Fine Carlisle's promotion to the Senate, and The ceremony of consecrating the silently as he came did he silently steal few of tho back "deestricks" have but now Catholic church at New Hope took SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, been heard from. The boys have been place Friday, Rt. Rev. Bishop McClosky away the "bud" of that family, and shat- SEAL tering all that we poor mortals possess, Glove and other Fun, a pecialty. Order out waiting for years for him to get out of officiating. Immediately after this serperfect nathfactlor guarau-teeAre headquarters for . the way and now that he has they can vice the Bishop administered confirma- "love." We can only refer tho be- ideof city lolicited, order a NOIIHV HAT Don't tail to reaved and parents in not restrain themselves. tion to 12.) persons. their hour of distress to the passage of table The grand lodge of Missouri Odd scripture where Christ says: "jjiiiier. givety, dfco. ale eed and I)k. Talmauk Bays the trouble with temperance lecturers is that they can FellowB adopted after a hot debate, a little children to come unto Me, for of Plows! Plows J Plows! Uuy Chill or Hamilton Steel barely be kept sober long enough to resolution to exclude all saloon keepers such is the Kingdom of Heaven." We from tho order and to recognise no peti- extend our heartfelt sympathy to the make their speeches. Correct, and the Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those- no trouble with prohibitionists is that they tion for membership in the future from alllicted parents. men who bell whisky. You have left u, little ilarhn;, plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvery plow want to prohibit everybody but themwarranted to For your home l.eyond the Jtie; In the Pulaski republican pnmary selves. You hive croued Oeath't ilarlc, colli mer do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. beat W. A. Morrow for county Shadoan To dwell with (in I in i'aradise. An etlbrt to resusitate tho corpse of attorney 1,022 to M4, Barnett was chosen W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Lonely are the houri, Jailing, Gov. Foraker, of Ohio, is being mule, as the candidate for county clerk, Shep-par- d LONDON, KY , To the one who loved you dear, for jailer, Woodall for surveyor, but it will likely end in as big a failure Hut you've gone to meet dear Maggie, Good turnout and addle hore alway lor hir London i.ihe mo.tconveo as he roadq in running for governor Patton for coroner and Speara for asseson reaonab!eterm. la that blissful Ileav'nly ipherc. Uoofc Krrptng, Short Hand, Ttleomphy, & ient point on the railroad to reach place- in the Campbell. Write for Cittuloyuc unU fntt information. egaiust Jim sor. Will Me. in the mountain "tio of the Mate. Richard Vaux, elected to fill out Mr. Randall's unexpired term, does not live in tho district which ho is to represent. The lato Mr. Cox wu the only other ex ample of this kind. John li. Carlisle was swoin in as a Senator of the Tinted States yesterday. There seems to bo no doubt that he will be given Mr. Reek's place upon the Finance committee, before whici uousc utriii mil win go. While intoxicated Sunday at Nash ville, Win. Kinney swore he would kill the first man ho met. Walking up to Win. Thompson, he plunged a knife into the hitter's heart before the victim was aware of the murderer's presence. Mansfield King, tho murderer and all around criminal, in jail at Clayton, Mo., for hiih been identified as Wells, the Denver hank robber, who forced cashier Motlatt to give him --U.OOO in cash last spring. A The bride of Rev. U. W. .lellrey, at Yankeetown, Ind., surprised her unsophisticated husband last week by giving birth to a baby just three weeks after the nuptials, "he lays her downfall to SS.rlO the fellow who acted as bet man at the wedding. (O to self-confec- d READWHATWESAY 3STIDIEIsAE3BEIWI3:TirOTJIEjID. UllivCVSCll VCDUlvk JlCU I'll Astoilishmeut Wlllbo tllC ill On' Depa rt in en I. Children s Jim's, Botf S and Special Sale to Commenc Monday and Continue Through the Week. horse-stealin- Men's plain and fancy Prince Albert suite $IS worth, ?") , licit 's all irooi black ckevoit suits in sacks and cutaway C1J worth o J, J, A fen's all wool sails in sacks and cutaways SJ(i worlli lr, in light and, dark colors. beautiful line of .Men's suite will be sold this Week at ZJr.iiO and Sv.00 worth S7.t'50 and. cS.oO. The j) rices of our fine line o'.Vcn's pants are cut in half and, remember you can. bui of us a jjood iiair of blue Cotton tide nants at ouc worth to. Children s suits will be sold this week at w. CJ.fiO. ' 7 and upiaards. Those goods arc sold elsewhere from SI to frj more per suit. )'e also sell a nice line of Children's knee pants at I 0 edits worth si. y THE LEAD WE HAVE TAKEN Clothihg, Boots, Hats and Carpet line only spurs competition and guaranteeing us onward, defying all article sold elsewhere. much less than the same can us will STIUKB TJCJUiOBto the hearts The sale hare arranged this competitors but our mission is minister the comfort of of our the human race this hot weather, mete out justice in our ctcalings and cise mercy in our prices. in the Dry eTHE LOUISVILLE STORED Main Street. Stanford, M. SAUDSTGER, MiDNTAGER. hi For Sale 51,-1I- Twenty ISuildinjr Ao A.WAEHEN For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks Irish Potatoes, Red White Onion Peas mid Ileans bulk. Northern POSTED. j lull-e- 11 I1'MA1(( , MAI11BIN FOB. SALE i -2 of Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware, Tinware, and Sold at the Lowest ing Prices. nl All Tr Farm For Said. - SPRING CLOTHING. Fifty-thre- e - - Clin-ton- Our Goods are Now All In j 0-- m GEOGEGHAN. AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT M AT world-renown- ed :Ici.'s,:iloys and Children's Suits, IJght and Dark Colors, Sacks ami Frocks; also large line of Pants. n STAGG & McROBERTS. And-lio- HIGGINS JHM'KINNEY d '3-- heart-broke- n Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, the-Oliv- .' BRYANT & STRATTON Business College TT LOUISVILLE KY i- - JU. ' Miftifririiii ; MuMua1 i - AU St 1 Semi-Week- 8s -HMonday niirht, June -- , the Knluhts of I'ythias nive an elegant ImiuiuoU A Wb have a large lot of German millet May 27, 18110 Wi,, that we know to 1h pure. G. 1). paints. larno crowd is expected. Fiihsii supply of Stankoiu), Ky.. Miss Carrie. Curry entcrbdned her . Weuren, M'gr. Durability and quality iruaranteed to b friends very eharminyiy on the night of V. B. MeKobcrts. Tub trial of W'yatt Warren for tlio the, '21th, it IioIiik her birthday. Miss li. c. S'titAM:!). A black pit; with red spotst Florence Anderson is visiting murder of Jim Del nay, mi account of her sister, i Is Receiving His which wo gave in our last, was sot fur and cut on car. Liberal lcward given Mrs. J. It. Yomif, at Middlosboro. Mrs. MEANS BUSINESS. for its return. Mr. 1'. Howell. vuMunhtv, at Somerset. Dan Walker and lovely daughter, Miss I . mikutii'r dardcii Seeds, fresh and Tub school taught by Miss CVttio Allle, of Kirksville, aie visiting Mm. Sue genuine. A. It. lVmiy. Oni lightning coairoitor, Mr. A. G. Anderson. Mrs. Sallie Craven", of Ureck-oWatciiks and jewelry repaired and Mullman, Jr., had another girl added to Tliurmond and Prof. V. F. MeCI-x- y Goods Warranted an I a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a call. ridge, Mo., is visiting her brother, S. warranted. A. It. Benny. ,,,H frtlll,;y NUunjwvcthfrfno I.eo. closed Saturday with a a public examinaD. ltothwell. Hattio and Ollie Tiik best place to buy drugs patent ,, , c. Afterwards pupils and .i bhv all doing woll. tion, osMiys, uiedicineB and toilet articles is at A. it. given a nico lunch of many Marrs, dnughtrof Mr. James It. Marrs, visitors were Penny's of tho Central Itecord, were with their Thc trial of Cwle kldmoie fur crush-- j thjnp, which was much enjoytd. Buy your Hchool books, ink, UiblotH. -- father Satin day. Mr. Hush Koylo Nichpaper, pencils and school supplies of all im; thc kull of Milton Hmpson whs kinds from A. It. IVnnv. Jennie and Hattie time for! Tun horse driven by Mr. (Jeorgu H. ols and again iKtotimiiiHl Sntiinliiv, this W. visited Walter Nichols, nf the Jtecord, two weeks, to await the result of tho ne-- Bnidltry, who brought bis father, Col. I have secured one of the windows and a portion of Stagg & PERSONAL POINTS. Hrndlcy, to take the train here yester- - last week. Miss Lizzie Steele is visiting trni's inlurics store and will be ready at all times to repair Watches, Clocks day, attempted to inn away, but that Mrs. W. (i. Hignev. Vlbitillg ICd Mil. W. G. MIMIKIW 18 A Bo and Jewelry. With about 15 years' experience, 9 of which I have car caught tin? at Dnnvillu stalwart young man succeeded in hold-inJoilCS. ...t.f ,a.. UJ I.. . ....!. """ m""' .tut& ahia """ The Big Stone (hip has this of our for- had in Stanford, I think I am sufficiently versed in that line to offer him down and preventing further J. W. II wiibn went to Middlesboro """ """ mer townsman and his dog: "Capt. S. my services to do thc finest of work. A share of your patronage is he done, the flumes were eonunuiikmeil diUiuiL'u than a broken singlc-tiee- . ,f II. Mathony, tho boss flsheinian, has a respectfully asked. My stock ol Jewelry will arrive within the next iv mi: iii'iK'iv urFii, niniii niou uuuiuii, GhouukS. Hi ait, of Ml. Viirnoii, was A iTxyrmt wrote tho follow im: adver- dog that always goes llshing with him. together with several other curs. Ixss week, when I cordially invite an examination of it. n tow u Friday. tisement for the millinery firm of Courts The intelligent canine watches the cork, Miih. Ghoihjii Moonh and cliildruu, $3,000, without any insurance. Wo have an elegant aWray of and when he sees it begin to bob up A Wrny: of mii Francisco, are visiting at Mr. It. Tiikiib will ben strawberry and ice ..cods and Courtis) a portion of the pub. and down will exhibit his delight by 0. Knghunan'M. cream supper given it tho new church, j. imtroiiiige, feeling sure that we can vigorous barking. But when the cork Mit. W. J. Ki.vs.uiin, Km., has been iiiu.m..iii,. , itnnluv uiflit. :llt. .... tin. ... goes sailing away, for .,t.. ..n t...... ,. i... iimrauiv . . . pulled by a ba.s, thu . ui ... viiktltll ui'irwmuwJi minisatisfaction. II lililliiLliliril ..I... mil imi'iiiri in .iniiiiiTii"ii. iiiiriiiwi. nf raisitiL' innimv ti flltikh tin. sldored. We Warremtl dog can't stand it; he plunges in after it, Mu Kfi.BNK llrmnHJ) is back irm i,,inuf. Kvervhodv invited. io and and when he sees a tine llsh landed, is ,,,, a, t,1(J w11, IMe.Hiirevillo Colleiro for the vacation. I.i'NATir. Mary Jane Ktnhry, the ,l(,lp the K00l, as happy as a setter when he brings in a Mns. Cm Jiu. .ndjlittle boy, tjnu. yo(J ui, lM)jov vonrM.,fi wife of Mit Kmbry, was adjudged a lukn, bird. This is true. We have seen the ' Having secured the services of natic before Judge Varnon and jury, d )g." Jimmy, have bcun visiting her parents. Mm. wi Miw. W. M. 0'Ikyn arej Tin: Female Collect. Commencement ycfterday, ami ordered to the asylum. 30AX.T03NT, ba. k from a very delightful visit to tiSKm with a sermon next Sunday at Sheriff Xuwlnnd will take her to LexingK. T. Smith superintendent of the sever- Mississippi division of the Georgia Pa 1 am now fully prepared Her husband left her Cleveland, Ohio. the Christian church by Itev. John liell ton to do as;o and she Iias 1cm n irolni; cific railroad, has resigned to accept s al vear Mis Jkn.mi: aki. in, of Missouri, who oibson. Thursday niylit, .'th, Miss the ,, Me Kevin's cnlNthunic class will down ever since. been visiting the Mlssei Huchanan, position of General Superintendent of yesterday. hibit Its skill, with othor Intorestinn " the Atlantic and Danville railroad in DEATHS' DOINGS. Mr. Ti hnkk 1'ukiiy, an experloncwl features on the juor.imme and Fritlay, Virginia. Courier-JournaMr. Smith SMlesman from Owinavilltt, ha uiinetHS niwht, th, tho linai exreies will bo The mother of speaker Iteed died is an Old Virginia boy, who is fast workhelil. with Mr. J. S. Jones, Saturday at her home near Portland, ing hiuixflf to the top in railroad manMls Asvik VuY will iro bonlsvllle agement. glMl to know that Maine. Tub public will be to replenish hor fast dlsapptmr-iuFletcher :iarpor, of the puhlishiiu: Joe Noel, the man who murdered J. will 1m open aimn Crab Orchard Sprints stock of millinery. rtnn of Harper lira-,.- , tied at New W. Lnngford in a store at Harrodsburg, this your. They will imi under thu All work warranted and promptly done. Mil. J. K. ISkimvw, of Knoxrillu, spent airiKl 02. was given 21 yenrs. He killed the man of Miss Annio Mclaughlin, a pretty .Saturday Mini Sunday witk Mrs. I.etcher Itlker, of Harrodsburg, in t lie coldest blood, hoping to save himwho bus lwid chiirge of tut blomle of this plnre. hi been doubly bereaved, she lost her self by proving that he had seduced his dopMrtuiunt for several years. The Mil J. . ll.i.intM.N bronjsht fi Mm. rev'iilnr husband 10 days aio and now her little sister. More than a 1,000 men were extill July ojH?umi: will not on-nto Crb()rclwrl lUldemnii and th ilanghter, Mary Ilarton, is dead. amined befoie a jury was obtained, n vebut ncrouiUKxiatioiuacfln be had durinv Sumlay to spend tin summr. We regret to hear of the death of nire of .0 having nt lad to be brought June. Mii.mi Mite- A. C Sivh hav returnJudgo W. II. H. Thompxon, of IMidnn. from Boyle. CfT. NUunluy as Mr. O. V. Rifey, He was a fine gentleman and n splendid ed from Pennsylvania. The trip proved NKW AnVKKTIx'KMKSI: who innrriwl Mi Mary Jones, of this democrat. May he rest in pence. of L'KMt Irvuolit to Mr. Sine's healUi. BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF Mas. i. It Wiiitf. left yeetorday ui oountr, we spunkinc in a cso before a Albert .Martin, aned 21, son of Mr. For Salo---Bric- k Residence make her bourn hj lMiisvillt1, as It suits court at Iinevilfe, a fellow named Iar- Alex Martin, who ha been at the point I now rish, who did not like his remarks, s)l- - of denth for nearly a month with typhoid In hn h h,V. k live, Mt Main trt, . and the her hnslmnd's rim on the road batter. III k, ii. Mil a the Utliuinu I' uWSIKV n, of Garrard, has pot! up behind him and Irove a knife in- - pneumonia, passed from the living at l Mk. Joiis I.. Ah.voi rttninwl from a couple of wrokx' visit to to his ItAik. Fortimntely his clothes o'clock Saturday morning. He was a bh ilangbter, Mis. !orge T. Frri, of were thick and the knife dull, so nose moral young man and althous;h not a Harvesting Machines For Sale, rious damage was done. iindoii. professor of religion, the willingness with -, ; ; Mks. J. II. (Iwk.ns, with her son. Cab-one Wax assurance to tl liac fur ale ?t f ,., rou I inn.. W ill Jviinines. the Har- - which he met death was he was goini: Hinder, one ISu keye otter warrhou.e Hay Kak-Mower and Im ll. of Harrwlsburg, ws up Minday grieved parents that to his eumpjrauely npir, One of the Kakts h an county outlaw, ' atli to the iarrir see her mother, Mis. Itoat, and ,i,.ir were laid tdi k Kakr.mi ,h the hay from sell them all the . i uill will). here since he procured n change of veil- - to a better world. His remins V J rOSTrR. 11 tnnfiird . to rest in the burying ground on Mr. ,u to 1m" Rkff" ,l'it!'or M lis. X. J. IIorton was enlhHl to l.ex-- , GINGHAM", OUTING FLANNELS, talk by a by Mien tr J. II I'earl. John W. Baker James Haines' place after short ington Satunlay by a disirntch stating JzLi-"LCand W. A. 1'arslov, sunday. His trial Itev. T J. (iodbey. that her brother, Hryant Clark, was at oneof the numerous murders charged for CHURCH AFFAIRS. the point of death. Commencing Mondav, May 10, uc will run a him will occur this week at Loudon. A. It. I'knxy, J. n. Foster, J. to Mkxsiis. ttv wagon arid deliter'ICF at th home of In rcsitoii'.u to n reporter's remark that Itev. T. J. (iodbey will preach at the cery ptrvm in Stan far d who desires it Notify S. Hughes. W. II. Higt'lns, J. C. Hays, us if yati'tith taVuervid. he didn't look like a bad man, Jennings lagan's Creek church next.Sunday HKltMK.R .t CI.AUS. bihn Hill, Jeir Jom-s-, Harvey Helm and "No, I would have been a Meth- - noon at l o'clock. others are attending the Middlesboro To MO."-odist preacher, but I never could eat The Chester Avenue Presbyterian sales. chicken." Middlesboro was dedicated church at REPORT OP THE CONDITION (ill.!. M. Cooi'KK, who has been with :unday. Itev. It. L. McKee preached. It. Knott & Sons, Iiiisville, for several tiF TIIK Fun.-O- ur Huston ville correspondent A ilrm. . . ........ .'lurk in Kimtem Arkansas years, resigned Saturday on account of gives the names of the otlieere selected LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK, Is more complete than any time this season. ill health and will go with his sister, by the stockholders in the Fair Compa gave Kev. .1. 11. .uanin, an by 1 STANK(lKI), minister, strychnine for morphine Mrs. Dr. I.. It. (iillette, to Omaha. nv at their meeting Mituruuy. ine In til1 State or Kentucky, at the clot' of hutiHtxv, J. II. Vaniiook returned with Her ,.,.:,,.... is a well.known sto'ck man. mistake and killed him. Mas May 17, 1S90 The Southern Presbyterian Assemhusband to Brodhcad after staying some wj0 wi), bee U)nl t,it, ifi a Blu.ceSH bly decided to raise $25,000 to educate RKSOUKCr-t.meather father's. Mr. O. J. Crow. n emv parti(.uart Tle oti,t.r otfrers . .iji,i7 74 They will go to housekeeping soon, the arepoli"tw nnij accommodating nnd will young ministers and adopted a resolution Umii and di.cminu and Hiitecnred Overdraft, j,bJj 15 denouncing .Sunday papers. married couples. desire of all young mgke hjn aWe it.u.nant8. Thl.re were S llondt to kurt' o,eoe 00 Itev. J. M. Kvana reports 75 addi- V. from approved circuIatioH... .!... Hklm, of Stanford, who is s.ve.aj Mini Lbttie Dili! elected from this reere apt'Dts 7,79 85 .... u.SIc ij employed in the Census uiurviBor h 1Mjd BrrouniHnis vountivH. Thedatewaa tions to the Presbyterian churches at Due Irom other Vationat Il.tnK .Springtleld and Pleasant CJ rove, in WashDue from State llanki and UanVrrs ( Dice, is very sick with an attack of ty- - t,xw, for Jn)v . iA aml a8 8Ulte(j in Real estate, furniture and fixture... . 7 too 00 ington county. Paris Kentuckian. non Knterpnse. j.l.oid 0ljr )aHli nmi Cook's woods, just bevond 11 a 59 Current expenses and tae paid succeed- - I'rcrmumt on U. S Iknds has been a little tllL.tow.)f stiui.ted as the place. A splen-sicMistake. Miss Lettie The Chicago Baptists have J,;(x 00 ' ed in raising $400,000 to secure an addi-- I1IIU of olhi'r Ilnk but w.w well enough to come home dj(, c.xjllbilon of 8tock j8 anticipated, yesterday, where she will recuperate for( tional 5(00,000 from Stundard Oil ltocke- Fractional MHr currtwey, nickel and , ., t 47 rents a week or two. felter for a niilhon dollar university. Tiik information comes from New York Specie ,ioooo Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall J.000 00 Drugs, Books and Stationery, The North tieoria Baptist Associa- l.Cal tender note that Judue Murat Mastcrson, whose CITY AND VICINITY. drunken nnd licentious habits brokti his tion passed n resolution advisini the KiHliHH(iton fund with I'. S. Traaurcr, Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, uf iirwtulion..... j,jo 00 tr ' revenuo otlicers wherever sale by O. J. wife's heart and caused her death, rcKis- - han(;iuK Pi ms of all kinds or Jewelry and Silverware. $418,516 i Itcredan oath oer her dead body that found anions the mountains in search of lotal New land. U.U1IUTIKS. nis of moonshine whisky. he would nevcrtouchiiitoxicatimrliquors . Capital itocl. (xiit in feo,noeoo Tiik season at Kock Castle Spring will apiin. His repentance comes too late to Assein- - Surpliu Fund The Northern Presbyterian 10,000 00 ............... 1'ith. open June 10.17.foa do his poor wife any food and his oath, bly has adopted the report of the special I'ntlivided proliu Railroad The eo National llanl. Note outtwmlinc Kitksn Kimii Weditfsdavs and Satur like his promise- to her, will be broken committee upon methods of revising the Individual deKMit nubjtct t cticct:.... 45.000 134,11676 'almost before the sod settles over her Westminster Confession of Faith, only a Dm- to other National IIhhWs davs. M. I". Klkin. Prescriptions Care n.264 4! Attention body. Mrs. Masterson was a daiiMcr hin:le dissenting vote beiiiK recorded Due to Statt Hanks and llnnVep. 6,ift 17 Prompt BiudCaoks, ilower baskets etc., nt of the late Col. Jones T. Adnms, of Gar- -' ajrainst it. Notrn and bilUrdiacounttxl lliinsAMcKinney's.given to Engravrard, and she was married - yearsaj;ol Thu people of an Iowa town adopted total fully Compounded 541S.J16 4 . ' linsons with other a novel way of building a church. They STA'I'K OK KKN'IUCKV, the best in the. to the man whose 6oda water, 1c County of l.intoln, ing and Repairing for the purpose and women finally broke her heart. Her borrowed I, John It l)luy, cahir of the ,tboed namnd lountry, at W. B. McKoberts'.at all hours, day maiden name was Florence. vo hfu insurance on a number of Hunk, ilo -- Jewnly knoar that the above ktatcmunt of my knowledge and belief. of Watches, Clocks l.Mii', tho photographer, has retuined members which is to lie applied on me it true to thc beiJOHN II OWsI.EV, Ca.hlor. James I. ....ht .. Took Him BuK.-Mar- shal 11s dcsith ensues. Subscribed and worn to before m this S4 tl day from Midway and is now ready for busof May, itoo. Hamilton and Mr. W. A. A mold passed and night. and Jewelry. Tno christian Sunday School' iness. W. M. llRlC.HT, X. I". U C. Friday to Pmevillo with Dan C rrect alttst: o( Kentucky, will meet in . OrtSI EV, ) J A i.iu.Knnd varied assortment of suni-mwho killed Bud Hoskins in Kid. G. V. Yanc. y s H SHANkS, r Directors. millinery just received at Courts v Bell county a year or more aso. Simpswi thiana Jmiu Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. Jn.. M. Hvil, J wiUniu, 10me8 for Ut'lepites if tiny Wrav's. J S WELLS, Ph. G. Presc. Oik. when tlrst nrrested was contlned in .,! tj,e-,- ttmegto him. Two delegates, LUIY1 1Y1 IQQ1HN PR' O CAT U B.H DANKS, Jeweler, W. 1. I.. N. ' 1 ORLiD. JJIUH CJA Pineville jail and was one of the P"80" from tML., church in the State are ts-Tiik colored Baptists had another , mcoln Clrcmi Coiut who were nearly roasted when that Sunday when 17 "went down in STANIORP, Ky. Mam Street, Opp .v l). Creek at How- - jail burned. He was then taken to Bar- the aters" of Twq of JeVi UnjwI Ch. .s.nith'g NVholt Schepard pih, v s. Arnold, Deft. ,... .i,,,.:,!,.,! to no on the stace. i,v 4ir,e ,,f amdement of the Lincoln circ.it bonrville for safe keeping hut in a snort lam ' "s while he wi Jetr Henderson and otb.( 1Ha (,ft hte Mis8 Mary I5llfuril Smlth c h''J h;- The IM musical entertainment by - ers broke jail. Since then he has been a ,lis fc0I1) ,Juke uml department of Garrard Col. 1890, Lewill occur June;'.d, in tho Lancaster f.iKitivoaii.l ho informed a reporter for joIn n openl t0U,,e as a w Both are natives of this county. At uo'ciocV a n. , or thereabout, bemp the f.rt direction of this paper that the greater portion of the, House 111. ler the , dav of tho June term ot the Lincoln County Conn. !,.. Im,1 liopn snont . at bis uncles .near .7.. .. .. mm " ' . . KIClllUOnU Iiepisier. I'reSHient J. O. nonioil Prof. KOCSter. Ifore the court houve in SUnford, Ky., ell to . ,., - the higheit bidder at tmbiic outcry the foiiov, ins lliero lie got one 01 111s Brodhcad. christian aud Con- .t.,,.-,.i.....i,u w i,.,(ist A Suro Curo for all Diboases In nrnnirfit In.ult 'var .t miiih lha(irti iiili wu, cousins in a scrape and his uncle, grow gregational churches, in the past seven IICILIU'IU l'wv. to pay piaintiii. uctnoi !,.. 10 rnay lie necrary Com- ing worried with him, notitled the propthereon from Mav th vith oner cent. It is suited that the Middlesboro weeks, there have been added nbout o 11187. until June intrret and iso probable costs ( u. iSqu, pany, or rather the American Associa- er authorities of his whereabouts. Mar- members, nearly all by confession. In this action, mountin to about f s ' First, a Trait of Land, situated in Lincoln Co , tion (limited) has bought out the Pine shal Hamilton was informed that he was cluding the members added to the Briar Ky .on the waters of Fishing Creek, and adjoining ,V . and Reynolds, the land of Mountain Coal and Iron Company, pay- in Garrard and that officer set out to Creek ci,lircU miles from town, Itt, (.ontains 13 W. G moroorle.s. EnlanU, Acres "r" ' ""BHsBBBBBtr. ing 1,500,XX). In consequence the price hunt him up. At .Mr. Keuben .Moss , u The Cumberland Hiver church house Arising trom Impurities of tho Blood, and onu, a uti in mm luniaiiiuiK lr .virc, Be. Knod and 18 I'oles, but reserving n road one rood 100 per of stock has advanced more than from Fractional Deraneements. former citiz-e- of Bell county, Mr. Ham- was dedicated last Sunday, the sermon wiili' on h.. corner to stake corner Saw laml ' ' , lands ol J s lien- fm ..i..,.l 111 Po,. lnmu l,,,.rniii. or fcccond tract adjoins the L . , ilton found him, but had to "draw his ,1111111' llll'IIIIIICII 1... Mi a . ,. i .1 , !. cilrl rnnniv unil tnu on him before ho would allow k rrktl it... .....,.. .iAk it urit A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAU Monument. Hon. John S. Owsley is gun" .! will ltt mad nn n rreilit nf iv. Ivilvt raged consid- baptized into the church. BarbOUrVllle and in ol tnc pur. t.,Khteen months. Ilonds handsome monument over the handcuffs bo put on. He erecting a PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. the determined inurshal had eWS. hearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per mibody of his wife, in Bullalo Cemetery. erably but not the least trouble with him. SimpFor tale bv A. R. P my, Ilr icgt. Stanford; V. C llailey, (Jcneral Men hiidie, riirnernville; 71 mini from date until paid, with a lien upon thu 7 ": It is' of Vermont marble and over :0 feet Salem, V I McCaity, Hruj?ist. Kiniissille: C C onch .V Co Wayi.eburK; money is Spring City, Tenn,, the iron centre, anj unt,i aiiof the purchase L.ittrmnt. pain ami V filler, fmj;s!t, monuments son acknowledges tho urime but snys ho of W. 1! MU'hrrion, kowUud; J I Koutrn, UruBt!iit, Milledtfesille: F Arthur high. By some mistake two nf ' havinK the force and effect m. j g the Garden City ol tbe fcoiitli. taie w daVisox, Crab On bard; W H Cummin, (Jcneral Merchandise, rruacbrrsyill", J. A. William, Druggist, and costing each can anil will prove a clear case of ,ater Com 'eo, C1u" nearly exactly alike McKinnev; C It Ilal.tr, eer-- l Merchandise, Uifihland town lots June a, 4, 5. f 1,000 were shipped to him. i ly InteriorJournal Fiiksii lime, foment and calt at nig- - gins it McKlnney's. IIonuitT Fbxzki. is now ready for business with a new anil full stock. OH on liim. ready-mixed LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. i .4.RUPLEY,-- wauton, hus. ManaRer flrst-cln- sa i a- - SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. n ,,,!, Mi-s- es j.,! - Mi-e- s Xii-h-ol- s TO THE PUBLIC. 1 n . - L. "?"" 1 1 j I ROBT. FE3STZEX,. m . i .. , j ,,,; ...1 -- 1 - NOTICE MR. THOS. OF CHICAGO, j to-da- 1 1 Kin-ha- . j l. ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK to-la- y g York-Frida- man-ncemu- PITE ZE32STGKR, JL"V"i::TaA. R. house-keepin- g PENNY. lhr r 1 - 1 - - npiio-it- e CuurtSiut-,.Staiifcr.- l I 1 t i ,,,,, 11 n-hor- c V.111 lo-- ;nl? JlC) Zx jB reg-ala- r after-replie- !. Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. j -- j , j Fr S. . ts o-- ,( fever.-Leba- k, j I - .0-.- o DRUGS and JEWELRY IBCAMPMM' Best I - $ t m WAT(0H9 Watch. - - - i 2- -- ( ' f.t Asso-throiiCyn-Simpso- n er ' S-- K r bap-tizu- pMM A-- s ) W. B. MoEOBEETS, Court-Hom- ,..,.,. I 1 DR. ELLIOTT'S uu 1 ,.,.. Monday, June 9tll, !, .1 w ' . I .;... v Medicated Food, 1 a I I HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs - 1 1 n ) - ,- . 1 irf r.lln I ( j j ."EiiH 9:KSs 'aaaaaw,J I - self-defen- "I r i.y -- . WMmyjy,.' smm, ""'y.gwl.ty;www I,"y;,t;"jy -- aifv ! swpp: ss4r-ssis- r 'if-- Ih'Ml.' ii V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Tln I HORNLESS CATTLE. PubltBhod Every Tuesday and Friday 5S'2 PJClt YJCaYU.IIN' AD VaVlVClT. not so paid e"Vhen $2,50 wilt be chargedCni K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7 Train leaves Rowland at t 5:30 p m. 00 a m , returning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train come North .....tt 5" am .. . tifpm South Kxpreti train " South tt Sup m North.. . 117 am .. ..djosm Local Freight North SJ'pm bouth.. The latter trains alto carry ptssengers. The above it calculated on standard time, Solar time is about 10 minutes fatter MISS KATE KOGIJE the nti. e of Superintendent of Co nmon School. K lection tirst .Monday in August next It aC.1111l1d.1te for n to W. II. MILLER ! Is a Candidate to repre-eConstitutional Contention nt Lincoln county in the 1 , R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. ! extracting. upstairs. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, Nitrous Oxide Oat given for painless STANFORD, KF.NTUCKY. I DR. W. B. PENNY, Polled Alionlcen Angut Cattle rroilucors of Choice) 3Iiitt. Lovers of polled cattle certainly have n .,t...... arzuinent in their favor ;.. the in fict thnt nature ami not the siw has wife went for his hive and robbed him Stanford and Danville and Hustnttvlllc pikes at made the cattle hornless. Of tho various of his store. The little ant rose early, S8 to Insure a Living Oolt. breeds of polled cuttle the Aberdeen Antoo, his labors to berin; the gredy spar- - Maret iMrted with Irrfeitt is well cntiMed to precedence. The inturaiue mil in net il's G it. KNt.LrMAN improvement of the breed wis besun be- row that way flew and took his antship fails due fore the advent of tho Nineteenth cen- in. U, birtls ami ants ami oees, be wise, tury, mid all through its breeders have in proverbs take no stock, like me, refuse been careful to preserve and cultivate its from bed to rise till half past S o'clock. exceptionally high properties in the protvillm.lkr the ; ea n nt mt plact milet n the Ki in. ml pike si d w ill catt ii i .itrra-u- r duction of meat of the choicest ipmlltj-- . Bucklen's Arnica Salve ne ptriuituc-- t j erte HI iret 1 he belt talve in the world for cutbruises, In this lies the chief excellence of the salt rheum fever breed, and in the.o times the character- sores, ulcer,chilblains, corn tores,alltetter, chap- - ' vpi.v tO Insure a Living Colt, ri A skit, erup ped hands and istic is one of great value. This property lions and positively cure- piles, or ao py requir Mone) due when the ivilt iukt it it in the northern Polls, combined with the eu moneyguaranteed to give peneei snusiaciiav 1'rice tj cents per doi or 'lotnmt Wilkes, Jr , it a beautiful ha) ii hint sound system of feeding pursued in Scot For sale by refunded K) A K Penny, Suntord. high ano ha splendid title klid action He Ha. land, hits secured "prime Scotch" lecf sired hj l.etchcr s Tommt Wi ke, he b Harry Wilket', retotd i ijS ; he bt lienrge Will, S recEupopgy. the highest favor and longest price in the create! m' of Tint it wti.it ou ought to hv, in t.ict you ord i it.iljmh) old Stonewallall tmlion the street tho London market. At one time the Jargon, Hr.t must h.te it t luih enjo) life. Tunutandt are more good saddle hottet than nn othrr ll'ion cows of this breed gave a lountiful yield tearrhin for it dai'y ami mourning because the in Ken Ii i k His dam wa" known b tic tliotly I'honsandt upon thousunds ( dollars as the old Win I of rich milk, but owing to the hroeders' find it not.annually by our people in nk m.,r hope that 1 he i jit vtanil- - go.nl attention having so long been mainly di- are spent attain this hem. And yet it maj ir the ertJu er CuNN ms they ii t',.n hlectrK Hitters, rected to the cultivation of the fattening had by ail. We guarantee thatand the ute per according' direitiotit properties, they are now only moderate if usedill, will bnn);to you goed digestion and outt titled iKtiicn-i- a and install instead hupepsr thp milkers. Wc toinmcnd KleL trie In recent years the breed has improved all discuses of the liter, Ihttert for dtapeptia and tomach and kidneys considerably in early maturity, and at Sold at jocund Ji per bttle at A U Penny's Full brother to Btllm-ldam of l.aiuhn-pa ei ot.l. the London fat stock show in December, drug store. V tNFIKI.O 1&7, it surpassed all other breeds in this Is Consumption Curable ? tra important property. At that show the Read the following Mr. C. H Morris, Newark. (tlecoetl so, and sjo of ltobln dam ',, Sltmec utter and 04 Pa,arll U Rrfrrenee "S' down with absrest of lung Ark.,ay 1 i. class of iwlled Aberdeen Angus steers and (ricndtatid phyticians pronounced mean indam oy tali mrv4 11 M the Istt and irraml taking Dr. King's under 2 years (averaging GOT davs in age) curable cuntumptite Itegaa Mr uroo. am now on N'eu I)l. oerv for gave an average light weight of 1,475 my third bottle and Cnmumnlion. andthe work ost 1 dam by KriCMia jo,, re sf Ml Ike I wt ami aM t ovtrre crawlsiio of I. pounus; aim steers over a and under 3 lilt farm It l me finet meuUineeter made." tdam be ermoni lllack Hawk s "Had Jottc Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio. years (averaging 031 days), 1,71 pounds. hlllielil. rwonl 19. bv RtlTk'. MaMhletonian, not been lur Dr. King's New !)liovert lr dam Juliaa .Machree, by ' American Star Black is tho prevailing color, but occa- - it Couumilicn I would have died "f iiitM iroublet. Kellight will make the loo at WcumV sionally n red citlf is dropped. Nebraska Wasgnenup bt doctors Am nw in best of lawn Stck I arm. j't mile,vs.mcif Shelhy City, at en.t of ' m A lazy Ioua editor "wails forth the fol lowing: The lurk came up to meet the sun ami carol forth its lay; the farmer's My fintltck, William Lrle, black with mealj con took down his pin ami nt him bin!-- , no.e .4Jt bands high sired In L)le's Imp. Ja ed u ay. The busy bee arose at 5 and and out of a splendid jennet will make the teasen htiiiiiiuil the meadows o'er; the farmer's ofiStjoatmy stable between the Danville and "William Lylo. STAR WILKES. llUck Stallmti 1514 Regular "Wilkes! Fwtletijnnc, Dark hay, if, . j Ilnnds lti;ti, loalixl 1M7. band high, weight 1,1m p 's SIRKD HV I.M.B WlI.KItS 4s. 1H5 ll , Tommy Wilkes, Jr. .11 i -, - - tt-- Redlight 5822, j5: ', 1 Quinine S., 11048, Jt'.el MAMRRINO j year. Aam Ilia llJkm.ht Old 1 dam Midlle Vt mile) b At inl's A hue - lUmilionian 10. irc of 41 performer, in 1 v., dam piad Macrgrafd .,n reaMMi il,lt' Ii in. S r. Mi'ilulit f r at t iiUms Henry Clay 8 etctT ftI J Gilt Vermont 101 ire of Uwiner Hoy AM, ij, ' Hlack Maria, 1 ini'e tecord 7 it the damn of The Mor.laiol Kt King t asl. that sold for big price. Count Wilkes Ilk. liambetln llkei hi a.'1-- Nallev I. t ,ili , and .etenili th Ahei j Col. llradthaiv ers in the s )ohtt,lv Downing'. eimnt-- ni of Hluck Hawk 5 mt dam by llarcui)' (vlumbii.. STAR WILKKS is fin. &ilcl and at hand Ketji-teI - lkl I n vistj colt . oti can find in the Wilkes family. He hat never been handled lor speed, but will trot fa-- t when handled. He w ill make the Mfa.oo 'I rial ji ' , nt of it) at mt plai e j miles ftom Stanf, rd on the old s,PrJ ,, th, t,, , moot .ire of .Nutwood i i'4. Wedgett.o, Dtntil!e pikt at llelmnot Rov rlhur t tj' , and , 13. I red .11 d 'laut(hter in the y It.l 5315 l dam Heme Kinkead b Coairaclor u of Ir. Wet i nee due when . It i fodetl , lin rrtailM.I on dam full si.ier to D M.mr. . , bt ( A. LUKtA Staaford, Kt. t ti MowriK', .lie of kl uirot Chief l , Knit 'i(,Lad) Monroe it', inroe Chief mg 11',, King Jim ami ethers 10 list. ill I.MONT CIIIF.1 Is agreat koise. p ..t. brook stock Ing rare .tmmctry of farm and beauty, ainl w hi- - ea.) frutionlet. way f Ktriag and hi. iff ' so ot p, bh.'d line., there 1. no reason, wiih gol opi lumiiet, he should not become ihe equal 'I I I ikll Ml tt thi - .. t .itrand lllutltiou btothett ami tl.lef. tt Hill "i lant i'i, Kt Wil make the ittm ol iV at my la Mi Kinnet K) , at b st dam Kate, by Gill's Vermont 104 Heby George Wilkes he by Itrtcltk's Hani'' td dam lllack F.raily, b) Helm's York. hire, Ionian timdamhi Regnlar; he kv Volume, jd dam Little Hmil) , l Wagner like- - i as fine (rwitod horse ns will r KecuUr 4thdamHmil Speetl.b) Imp I.etUnthan, found in the Wilket family He mis Hcvrr ,, jth dam by Pacolet handled for .peed but tan ! v Inst Lyle W'lltes 45!, tire ol Danville Wilket, He will make Ihe .eaaoiio? itoo'tt m home tw ;, Chief j joVi . Kotidt j taX:. Mattic WiUr v mite from llH.tntmlle on Danville pike at Lulu Vilke t Jl. tnal a J7, bt George Wilk.m , aaniiiy American Clay 14, sil, by $10 to Insure a Living- - Oolt. Chiel II ; jddain the dam ol Kricseou :je lieorge Wilkex 3i. sireol6ierfotiiersin Lien tenoned ai colt till the tcrtltr m no J jo, norethan an, stallion Ihii.g or dead b -t .Mum-brititi CI.AV WILKKS i. Belmont Chief 8689, tt a- to Insure Uvlit Colt. 1 itt ;:;;:: mi ni, , ji, -- , 111 - gii-n- $30 the Season, rh it t . iv Full oitlur to Geinta s 1 jl, ,! Matin II ij,,- - u it tt t itii in It Kt AIIDAI.I.AH tniirc lit'e nan Oct-atu- a i' Farmer. ' Try it " Sample bottles ire at Penny's dru; s.O'e hmdtE A R i I i ttateuient when we sa) that I'r Ack-er- 't F.nzlith Remedy is in every way superior to AKTIll It SIMs, ,041 anv audall other oreiiaralions for the tl.nwl and it is lunt la whoc.pmj cnuchand )croup, samplemafic My t.en Knot, record 1 .'4, with 14 in class not and relieve at once vt e oner ou a Gen Kant by Vermont in t .t il sold ou a pos and tie free. Remember this remedy Hero, s 1, dan Daughter of Arthur Simt ie4 lit c guarantee, at A R I'enn) . W,T dam. l.adv Arthur, it by Roiirtmn Chief, tr ol yTV t dy Mand 1 is and mane iHher cood ooca and Is fcr Tho'FlrdtSymptoms.'of laal I .tit"'' II i a hand- out of Lillv Arthur, thorouahbred. -Bfc--j- W Fired feeling. dull headache, pain in variotn sonss ba ij'j hands high and bat proten himself paru of the bent), sinking al the pit of Ihe alooi-- ! a fine KteoeWr W ill taad at 'UaaiLw. v. t, of appetite, fctcnthnett. pimplea or sore Has for tale tome ot the ihi :e property in the b nod. No art all t titite t idelice of v by the bootniu; city of llarbourvi le. ho it bee h me poisoned it must hr punned ir ittrr 7 " tolititod. tout id death Dr Acker's Knclith Mood I.liair h iv ntirr failed to rtinote .crofii.jn. or ttphiltuc WYANDOrTK, jj.6 ,. ion- WM.AYRItS JAS. GtHNENS. S'oU under poeitue guarantee at A R, Pi fin) ii llr Mrtraitolitan. pne ofthebs( bred toot ol Kytdyk't HambkNooisn, liaviar for hi. dam & G Dr Aoker'a Sngllsh Pills Hatynth by oluiitaer. socamd dam Clara, the re attite, rfftcttte and pure For sick heMti- - dam t Dealer 17 and Dictator, the wre of Attornoya at Law, at ne,ditrlred stomach, loss of appetite, bad Ihrector t 17; Phaliat 1 1 end TV K vYl'f. VI)t"ts i omplesion and sdsuusnet. they have never 1 um Lady Welch y William Welah.sue Put under a b .i t,. hutch, eituaied cither in America or abroad. For saleboib of 10 St.,' - - Louisville, Ky. by 327 Priace Imperial 1 t and Jeremiah a t d nin- - tu a dam an inbred Wagoner mate Fee 1 the dm This horse con on A K I'enn), UruKgi.t percent, ol the old horMi Shreve lluNdiei; j lioilwl llam. t.on4; fornmenl and oatmeal, with irot-tinhlet' m'an No 10, the toundrrof the jot yr That Torrlblo Couyh chopped onions and sxi'"en food, every fa nitt the world ba. ever known, itor.ing In the morning, hurried or difficnlt bnaihmg t em from 4 different channel u two liours. and plenty of water to raising phlegm. uhtneui in the ihe--t quickened Ihroo.'h -hi. iMet a.un, Inni.ci, Metropolitan RttiKkFRANK MAUIMON. drink. A duck is a JAS. G. GIVCNS meat produciug ma-- , pulse, cbilhnrs in the evening ortweait at night a.id S ill, HiVt elth ni tne FI KIN. I snifter T. cliine. and this must kept in mind. A an or anyot tneae tningt areCng'isbnr.t atages Cousjh Kerne Dr. Ackcr' jmir of fat, young roaat ducks, throe tley will lure theee feqrful symptom., and - sold months old. a feitet for the gods. A under a noaitite cuaranlce by A R Penn REAL ESTATE, DrugKist. Ilitltlii'; Iur):t. All the farm animals worth niisii.g Office South side Main street, in oltice rcently are voracious feeders, and the duck esStanford, Kv vacated by4Dr. I. F pecially will eat her own head off several times over, if not manage 1 with the best economy. But there is money in dlisks if they are properly roared. A swampy meadow is the best run for I have removed my office to my reideiice, oppo ducks. They can be reared without any I will br found at all site Female College", tv here wiumuug piuee to speuic ol. iliey may MUCH KEID. 04 t.mes. bo allowed to run out all the year except at laying time; then they should le shut up at night, being let out in the morning, JsSBI&i Dr. A. S. SI? KG EON DF.NTIST as soon as tiieir eggs are lai 1. TJiev lav street, over W It Mt. Roberts' about daylight. They find their 'own Office 011 Mat Drui store, Stanf.rd. feed during the day all tu.mner. but should be fed toine giain when they R. CRESS, come in at nigh; $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. W ilam J , William Stnaerl) t 16L, and N AMaltah Mamunno b Almnt I I G 'the Mir of v. t kem r'J Dentist. Huff-na- KSMO VED! A youiu woman in New York drove a penknife to tho heart of the man who as be was attempting to ravish he:, was about to accomplish his design. He didn't live long enough to kick. t Mi Vfhr Chu-- id dai r I .if luly .Majolu 10 ji be llnma slielii Lilt Kt dam ilam jut ,ii ii aunt r it Sat ttetmi r I i j Urn Fianklu 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. I TJl-- V will fttmlid jr. I Arthur Sims, 3041, Si ii Terms. $40 for the Season, Vt ol , t w ."h t''!s .1 and M, Kim three Ja, I . it - ml i1 niuin prml, f- - n PRICE, Do not Suitor any Longer Knowing that a 101. ;h can be checked In a da) and the tirst Mage, of consumption broken in a week, we herebt guarantee Dr Acker's Knlith Coush itemed), and will refund the mone) to all n ho buy take it as per directum, and do not tind A R. Fenour statement corrett. For S. le b ny, Drugci.t. in foal aie iot protiug R) HEUIJEN VI5R3IONT. Gill'. erm nt the Wyandotte, ".t,nd iri' -- 5526, I GRMVILLE MRMi Dam the dam H SMITH, i pediiee of dam ui k ,, C. r CI.A it WATKKLOO, JR., n Our Very Best People Confirm our lorcwill uiiketh it,ot 'Mple., two mile from an i ol'i ii suntord one where they will be ! und it ant tiru re, t rrte niare eat n Ihe t l iteclrinti) -- reil s) Quinine By Dr P Log.o. t trloo lhat hat i ana 1 .t.u .At Lreti. ee ttedi.tr C F. Cmjr by CaHboa. lam jamtran... dam of , logau'. Walerloc Iwt. a heuw in i dam Ahbteo, tlom uf naterho Jr . i.t by Levi Hulii'le J in i Jo l Stonewall tack.ou Granville will bo limited Hen t.u 1. otii i hand, high a ark by an ion npproveel marr at the very Htw pi ice of fine breeder of g.HMl horse, lor all purp.i.r. , j in W. REAL ESTATE.AGENT, Barbourvllle, Ky., Corri-onl.i- C5KA r tut: o vow iui il.. oeaauii. will stand at 1 m. ??i. ,s. .Wri'ricl - Dent. am?m ms&tot msmpmm tV it Weh ihe sans return prltilege. asaUtte. Mare from dlMaac. keiMi gtat. t $ , per Waterloo. Jr . 1. a very dark brown, ..r ' nx.li I h Hat aa.1 gram if at riatalb-ratnemaiie and tail, rompa tly rormrd. f Pain, taken to atoal 4tc hot 4 hand. Huh high, fin style end Sxtioti an I a liable b Ul any Ki ui pri ducer of c an1 (tied hore-- . perlectlt A W SMITH D.i.tilk- - Ky if dl.p...Uioii a utc fnel getter Will i $G to Insure a Marc in Foal 1 tilfi, ed e , .d V poi-ou- wr $20 Insurance. Sd Barlow, 237S. (Mr,l.i k III k $8 to Insure a Mare M- in' in Foal - three c.J )i.ug ' I AYRES Fifth LAENS, bv A ,i lii.1r.1ih, i..ii W JACKS ALL WELL BRED, . , 11 ' ' n,t. ii l.lilim k -- gjie.i clen GlYBKS 5 IMR1M0E. - - le i- Pincvillc, Kentucky. , 101-- Town Lots, Coil, Ir n and Timber ltndt bought or sold on Cuitimn-tioo- , Concpoioi. nee olicited duck at thi 4 age will wei'h four tonnds, ana snoniii tneu ih marketed The white Pelcin duck is now the man iwpnlur variety. It grows to be nearly a.4 large as a goose. Duck feathers are also profitable. Thu illustration shows a NEWCOMB . HOTEL . I iwir f ,Mm,ko,ne blacJf ducks. Youm; Ciiu., ''.Mother's Friend" itrowrmc iu lator throughn out the South and it htichl recommended by We cnu.idrr it uidispentihle to thoae through the ordeal of who kuow thet mi t pa child-htriWrite IlradhVId Res Co , Atlanta. Ga., for partu ular- - Sold l all ilrogists pnt-sicia- Says ths Southern Medical World: WATERLOO. -1 11 11 lui.tetri, tt, tire ot S Jul eij irti 4 !',, ei ; dam Ms. Nosliae by Ham ,. Potter'. Clay; d dam Helf. mono, .on Star dam of Arlillert j il,, aad Modesty 1 ,t, by American star, 14. jd Mam by Renrand Vt uhum. 1.1 .lm ti.. bv llamhllmua. Mi. t unley, b) lelegriih (Ol , and dam, Ihe dam ot Leo t'ooley, t,y I rid ay Kd Harlow will stand at my stahle, 'mile, fr m s4Bford on the new W nit 11.. J' and lit. Kiter I urnpike, near Dudd.rar't Mill (1 he d-- m oft arter, 77 nd itainhy Mamhrmo hor- ' l Mamhnno Mevtetcr Sued I.) Ca.lclar 106 .1.1a Mini, ny Vvojiifo Krngei nn) Via ,j hand. huh. - ,,l l.io o'.. past. .1 gO. snd t tear ue wbi.i toll 1. ileo rrlai r.l ... Ai' coll. (1 , 11 r t4(in I epi on n . . Mare le i,rr. in no 1 lor an ..lent It- - 50 I tear. trt.on f i " J I W. LIV I. - a.ielar, ii bt Hi t ill IM.H M i,V . Harrison Chief, Jr., Vi ill make ihe e 1.01. of tsV al my tabl fin,' at t.o the e.on ur it . $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, Hound and all right , DRUNKENNESS T-- -- MT. VERNON, KY. This old and well known Hoteljit still maintain tug its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the trat elinf; public. Al. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., Mt Vernon, Ky, S3-t- t. ft llionro. linca.ter pike, and running luailt Dix Kiter J-sThe bronco was produced bycro-sin- g At containmc 112 Acres It is well impmvt.1, ha. CJJ ., hi.) T cutcrn, ami the land it u tine t.uc of culthe American stallion with tho Indian Sil tivation Call on or dMn-.inc at (iilU'rtt. Creok, Record sy Dealer In mare pony. In my opinion this is all K S I. WITHKRs. t.T Standard Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps wrong. Generally, tho vicioiunoss is with tho mother. The Indian m.tio i. llrotvH Horse, id lianill, foaled Ma), ilv. RM liooti, Shots, Ctotliint-- , Hardware, Qiieeni- the sum total of utter iu SIRKD HV RIKNVI, WmIC, OIIW.O,! UIIIUUIG UU4 have added new biiKgie., ws,onsaiul bor-to Itorse Ilt.SH, ami Hlie Rene (Pull brniher to my stable General Line Groceries, ner teinpur and lianits naturally imparts my luerybusincs-- . maUnc tias turnouts se.ondto dam by Almnnt FotrootKing joX, ion of Almonl to her loal, yivin-- noe ,n on short ect.ui Firvt Fancy Candies, Cross lies, Xc. his ly disition. 13K exchmq-- for (,'oods, the bronco All kinds of Produce taken Koaled Mat i. 187.,,,. am I. Maliogony 3 dam by Garrard Chief, sire of llai.il Duke 1 iYt tne other liana, the Indian htallion i not ,0? "" IStandard.l Jun.tn n cny, Ky PottofTice, Littn;tton, Ky. hniids high, heats ialic ani ,,,. u ,Irlt,-- , ,fJ damhyGru) lUglc .Honor's sire of td dam of so uatl, and trefiuently quite a well dis-- 1 and fane ; both a natural and pletiaalit vidtller Hay stallion, bl.n k iointa, hands high, foal .. p. k.i Lady Until 31!,. ixjuetl fellow. If h were bred to the fuietly Uriveti in . en in 1M7 Sired b Pelosky. joij, inrc of Nellie iSon Al:i.i a V 7EX,Id. .l 4 dam by Coppvrbattnm.mreof ilam of Rasil Duke style 011 both gVmerican mure, I think we would Ket O'Neal s 11, trial 16; Dick Wilkes j6. trial sides to the iruuer He 1. V third generation 1. backed by llmr a it; Daisy L. t y; King Ptto.ky trial rig; MaH8K. otiglibrcds on lMh .ide. maklmr him jiujst) wo wmii tor cavairy imr old trial a ao and five mare that a ..I .,k,i.. .. .... " ; Season opens Juno 1 1 will- a Gland Hop on jitoi., tuu PKNCK is n hnrseof great natural speed, hat mi; rt Lou, r led Atinl .nth . i . ' " 7 have shown trials of a jo or bettur all in last iiiiuiiii .inuntiMria ncri- -i t and to export for use iu the armies .sIh',':, dam hands bijh, f d dam bv ton- - made a record of Friday etc, June jo. Da"'e tailed at o johar.. third bent at j years otd and y Gray l.aile. -which it certainly wonderful far ra?,":n. ..up uy names -. crom old m. Reduced rules for board ard cottage, till Jul) 1st ot lAirojh. wlule such a cross would ptrbottom, Ac it ewa..iredb Met. either ttnef over a very sloiv track. Th.it in no murk el his staluoti with liuiiiid by Geo. Wilkes 3 Lt 1ST KtTES IOR iOAKtJ IROtI preserve tiie sire's htrain of blood for his jr , by Meuenger Chief, sire 01 Maud MeHvener speed, a tin has shown atrial of t1 16. und quarters n, .ire 01 narry t like 1 Ij1, tmy vt likes well'. Denmark be by Hur.i.e liar..., Denmark Very baud in 34 second, which is rale , Red Wilkes 1'erWeek ....$. tire uf Prince Wilket a iY 'I'll 1.1 om jennie r.imo ,0; act nam liy ,.... colts and irivo its tho lanjor and touuhur Mamhrini Mesteniier , ,d dam bv aMamnnno Chief, some aud blood like, and after serving a limited 2 " Day William L. sire of Axtrll. record eta. be by ..ai.ace, 11,. i,y i .Kihtniiert Sir Walla, e t.c.i worked fur " Meal ,a,n by baist we require, he would not impart to tin uiiiii uy imp lafuieon: cm oam 11) tempest; number of mare willof beHainbletonian,a fast record sold for J10J 000 and is the only horse that stands giniii. S,r Ml.ert, (thoroughbred) to Willi the blood Maiiibrino dam of .rgiiimt by I ranbv thorough win dam oy Tiger; 7U1 (lamb) Daniaby'x Dm CtJtUje Kent, per week 91,000 tne season Sf 111s otiMpnnx tne Ugly the celebrated MoisV Whinp,.! Vicious temper mede; Sth dans by C 00:1 s w nip; otli dam by Chief, Pilot. Jr , and F.dwin Forrest, and a. great at First dam KI11.1 lane dam of Mind .Messenger ' '''l1"'.'! " " MOHth ..3uo he i. be should make a great Chief w.o tired by .11 individual that rk'elUH itoafilict the femalet, of his bt Genii lireere, sire of Pearl 130, dam il.im a it hipn mare. ilorses fed. per Week .. J 6 Pilot; idaiu by Mimbrino Messenger: to, k horte. - Will make the season of i8yoatthu of ' Day s .tieuium 27. tribe. AgllCUltunst. table of Pen- e .V Farri at their truck i!4 mile l dam by Mambrmo Chief. Jkc Mm iir.il Muni A L aPOOWMORF Second dam Kitty Rivers dam of llertie Girl, 4 aj.tt TOM UOKINSON, Mt.Mnimr a i61: Abel - J44' Marvel a A: Man. Went of Stanford, Ky ,ut vearolJ record 1 - on .low trurkl bv Aletander's ning aviVJ; llobert It., record 2 js, trial Abdullah, tire of finld'iiiith Maul 14, Rosalind Son ul alia, e Lr.mlis. Denmark abevE2 jt yt and other fat one. $30 to Insure a Mare in Foal. a 2tV. Almout, llclinont, Ac. ler's Denmark. I.. . .1 7 ".V.' "J "am "X ., When a ewe disowns her lamb it is a Abdallan PI" t was sired by Alexander's Abdal s.,. rhiril dam by Red Jacket sire of the dam of dam Kloriae ; ..,..-.- Outu b) inlv nurt; Ileninaik; hi. Montgomery 'a oW- ,J good plan to imprison hor in a stall so lah;i.ldain Illaadina bt Mambtlno CKief. He Mares parte. with lor ft it Mares kipt Kentucky Wilkes a atV, and the tuconil daiiisot .lain by Old ,d C5j?1 Drennon. Tom 1. a flae sired i'lekard a tU. Red Jim tnd others at rraaoiiahje So bo 17, Lun Wilket xiiti, Laura llolle bl.tk with heavy for e iic., but no narrow that she cannot turn around in mane a, ,,,. Ml ,'"1","'V Alexander's Abtlallah Lire of Rv.dvic' Ham. cape or aimlent.. a 7Ki Combat sire of Ilrown 1 it olid William hJs-lDealer it, and euu only squat ,down to bleep. bletoman, sire of Kdsall : 17W sired Goldsmith jo (a, Ked Wilkes Lire of Prince Wilkes a 11K fa- -')" RSr.' iMi" ''"d ''' P- 'l'a 14; Jiaior jj, who iu turn strtd Phil hainpton 1 K. &t by Linnet, son of Sher- Wilt, .1... liars rtinillUir Horizontal,. ailtl. Maid 1 McGreuor j n. The above .lock will make the sea ton of Robert of it,!.. M, tiini u:o .inman Morgan iSwi it about six inches apart, the lamb can ' near CarpenFourth dam an extra fast mare, supposed to be ter s Station, ""'r ' and will be permuted to serve mares bt. Rlmo. record j wredby Aleaandor. ol Aimaiian anu .MCNSetiger Moon tnmst .: iiIim,1 lwtween them and suck Ahdaiiah, dam said to .bewas imp. iuiifgnmier.iU by Petnsky j6.ii, b George Wilkes t , hnt dam by the insurance, Will be permitted to vert e is or ao mares at Chief the .ire of the second dam of I5A5PECIFIC Vf I aunie dam of Nellie O'NeAl a aK, trial a 16; rTrn Jt ill 8plt" of all her Opposition. SI..- - Clin rv 1)0 keU there duv and iil.,l,f ,,til u, Kane Jackton Tom ....... ,v j lii'i ilHU .iiKiuiiioo laicnan- treat La.ly home $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Clutrlu) , trial at 'SVi, trial 19 at rearsold; Grey Wallace wno III turn sireil o. ) ears old jo and t others that London , aoW yitm,, out hlia must receive plenty of aiid-l- sired and It Other mim mul l,.in.r could trot dote to s jo by Iron's Cudinus, sire 01 the dams of Guy Wike ijW; King Iluckdeti is a bright bay without any white Pocahontas iii, fee. Mucule it teed meuntime, such as irreen DENMARK LEXELL,, Willc a 18 and the dams 15 otnera with is 15I4 hands high, fine inane and tail, of fine ac IIRF.KK WILKKS will make the season ol rye or rottfi, with an ounce per dav of ' recordi of j 30 and better miles from Stanford, Ky , on 1S90 al my plate 1 tion and is a natural saddle horse. He will stand '.'.rroyToci'ttru .niT,tcao,lc King, the -Oft MONTHLY BICKN CSS , tiuseeii , or tncro win be danger of near Tunicrsvillethu season of 1800 at uirtnlil. 1stHe is by Silver lluckden. great premium horse, Hush Ilrnnchpiko at at dam by Imp. id dam by Denny's IF TrVrttN QURtI CHANGE. Of Ult hor milk dryin-- j up during this rigorous Drennon. 3d dam by Filmore. Fllmere was a $25 to Insure a Mare in GRLKT Foal, at reasonable rates to be In this case tho last end $10 to Iusure a Living Colt. greit show horse inliU day. Ho washy paid lor belor. ,.V, TO"WOMAN'""iVvratf jsook ' Wlitp and out of n mare Ii) Frank, thorr would be woro titan tho first. aVmer-xuMoney due when tits fart ti ascertained or mare oughbred. 3RA0FIELDREGUIAT0RCO. ATLANTA GL j. v. n o. oovr.li. parted with. 9 CHAS. DUNN. dUue.. Breeder. 6 PENCE FARRIS, Stanford KiaaruiMitafmn. .easott due. J. STEELECATpilfeR'" tin- ! j.HwiaiiijToisr: DILLIONS SWITCH, KV. There is one consideration which is too of It can be j,'it often overlooked by dairymen and that the knowledge en in a copsou tea or codec althout takin; it, effecting a rf the per j is the matter of development speed) and pernio cut cure, whether the patient of young it a moderate driokt-- or an ukoholic wreck. dairy stock. Heifers with good natural Tnousands of drunkards bate been eured who butter producing .piulities, judiciously hate taken the G ldeu spec ihe tu their coffte knowledge, and to i) they reared from the outset, and when in milk without their of bmt drinking their oarn freewill. Nc harmfu- OLD fed liberally on well balanced rations, etlect result from Its administration Curet gunr- i.i,., anteed. Send for cin ular and full parto ulart projierly milked rein conhdenrc Goiorv WEHTEERFORD HOTEL siHTts, will oftenand cared for in all tho- ItaceStreet. Cincinnati. O Si ki trie Co., 185 give milk through entire year when in calf annually, and ItXSTUNVILLE. KV. Waterloo's dam by Holm's Yorkshire; he by !lf Itl'lt ttet ft tu..T. n .... x.1...... Imp Yorkshire ; dam by Wuititer's Heltnaunr, - !... """" " I" ncmiit- vajiaciiv C. A. BENEDICT & CO., d dam by Kouuth; 3d dnm tilt noted roan mate P. W. GREEN, rropneior. of jiMnmdsoriuorc of buter twr mi Lee tvned hj" Joe Helm and afterward b) N Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Waterloo will taud at Having leased the above hotel.'tefitted and re- - lium. In dairies thus bred and developed one f urnikhed, I am prppired to accommodate the pub- GcoJ of tho most inipi $15 to Insure a Living Colt, tt style Rates reasonable lie in TAN FORD, KY. rtant duties ot the herdsi.iver and Sample Rioms aitaehed ii.im man is to attend to tho drying oil of such Wells dri'led to order and Pumps furnished at I will also ttand at the same plate mv fine Jack, haifer-- at least a month before they are factory price.. to come W)Ol7 HOUSE,1 due to are in; otherwise their vital en- J J LI.HN I. ergies overtaxed, and they may thus t $10 ' linn a I.itin M'liet due at .X: ATWOOD, B. RILEY, Proprietor, iiermunently injured. The same anile F. A1XEN He it weii.iinx tuna or when m.iri it parted with years old in June a it wn jatk with what Kintt, mals submitted to tho treatment be- and lull n1, haiidv bih He was tired by Aiken's Kentucky. stowed upon young dairy stock upon RtiHL EST&TE HGBHTS. knit; W illiam he bv Kins Phillip 1st dam lllack London, I have moved to my new lloteljand am better many of tile dlllTV failllS of the COUIltrV Satin Jtiiiict. she wa irtd ') King Phillip, d l.on bj M rei stie, hr ht J nn Porter, Thn Jai k .. .. .. erared than ever to at oimnod.tte the public. .......1.1 ', t City, Tenn. .. ....v.u mumniui lliu i nil hie- proven himself a rinebreeder number of hut Good Livery attached andetery couvciiencd de and would not reach a productive capacnits bat c sold fcr ojo at ue imn lime sired. i.lt e me h call. It - fnaleti or mare parted Monet ilue whtn the FRANK RILRV 77 ity of over 200 pounds per annum. with Lieu retained lilliuouc) 1. paid Farm and Home. S P V. LOGAN. Owner. r Ad-dre- st Ken-luck- y. r' 1 but one cure, Dr. HaJnos' Golden Specific. In all the World there THE LIQUOR HAB In Ihi.tr ttttig mil c ll, niitt .laliiou . in1 make og,n the pre t ut '.! 0 st Dt I' .mile turnpike road .failing to laul of Miilcil)ci ill e Stanford Walerkxi i stand and Pedigree De.cnpti ard bred, I lai .. 17 hand, high, wci-fi,x4 ll , le and action and is a sure foal inHi;iiifii eat tt) jitter, his progeny combining speed and art . la- tadulc iitulitiet. He hat a ree rd if . o lie i. by Richelieu; he bt Mai.ibrino Ckicf: he dy Mambrmo Pay matter.' he by klambrino; he h) Imp. Me.teni;cr First dam Helm mare by Hay Messenger; he l) Harpinu. he by Hambletonian; be b) Imp, ; id dam Red It.rtl by Cannoa Whip, he bv Itlackburn't Whip he by Imp. Whip, he bt Herod ; )d dam a therm4;hhred Saltram danr bv B h om .Mettemtrr I'lonHM. IM ITT uutof a full blooded Messenger mare and by m jtotkla" ham if., was the most fushtonablt bred trot tine hor.e in Amerliaaad the winner of more premium and purse than an) other home ill Met-Mnir- er YA200,U799. Record iyy, Will am be allowed to t snare that are 001 regular hmeders Motet .' . when ihe cislt , orne. mare sold or transient.: will aUn git e a io premium for the mare lien will he held on all . "In t.ntil paid for coll and 7. for the bett heir e t. It of Lit Uer Deripiion mn Pe.ligi.c -- Harmon Chief low . get In he thi wn in .tanl.r.l the first MiweVsy It in! sorrel , aland 1. hml tlKbetia brig ' In Hi tutier,, loi. AIm my ) ung a. k. ) year. oU tht. spring, ha. iK tail and mane H hy Harrison Chief; he b) Claik t I of, the .1 V '" Hi ii.ii- - ntr. the daai ?. flanker I he dam of Ham. itC'ief, Jt y will .errea few ijihnI mare, at Ji ti by a son ol W allmt'. Mainbtin liv he "ut f a ma ing coll J.e I. a re' Jaik, )et-ol- d inur,a the i.th 01 b) AU.ander Abilallah. ii uan. It M.aesj.et la.t October. He 14'. hsnd. high and of toe he by Old Leiiogtoa id daai 1 si,,,, , , l ' style and . Ilrrtl ht Pctt n r.mture. of I.ih Hill, he h) Hs KltwlS,,. 4lh Hil, coin county, and ha- - a donl.lr , Crsn lei, jth dam by Halcotn, th. n ',t of Jtm Porter A ben retained on on all toils till the .eaten it paid. Mone) dor w hen the oil tonti or mare Mr W H Wilwm of (tnil,!.,, . l . ...i.t parte.' with t M sPooN VMORK, cotuhmed getdlng, full brolkei ..I ll.,tr.ioaC hi ) im Si inford, Ky KT. ' f?.r Ua ' M " mhers at Ja,7 At.c lUnaker uld aaolhcr combwed gelding fo Jouo. so )o tan He Ihe bleed of I bit horse is m ,r 1.. sought after lhaa aoi stallion . the, tir . better.ptiir. lhan -- nt other stailtou I At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. bt JOE EMBREE. 1 i T,, ' 1 , 1 t. U, . '("i ie 1 ob, Mt Splendid ouug Sadille Stallion, Foaled Aplil ., ., i I first-cla- ' s THE RILEY 1 STEVE WALKER, i -- n.,j -. Johnson Farm For Sals. 111 s i(-- , ' Gen. ISrltlilii on I .t(r for tale prit..tely my Farm ku w 11 a. the old Lewin Luiitfoni piace, near the Manf rl ainl JtrJ iL ld Three-Year-O- Livery Stablo. ! Uy HAROLD, Mie ol Maud S record J.9l4,i and so more in the a jo Int. Wi, ma'-- e the tenon ..I First dam olande dam of uba. ret or.l 1 at luy t.be at s. 1 II) IIKLMON'l.strrssf Nulwoo.1, 1 t,)J. fin! .1 a dam Young Portia, a Dam of Voltaire a so" sir ot Itestemcr a iik(,; $10 to Colt. Dam of I'ortM.n s . (.ire ot Miontsteta a r;y.) Monet due when the oil it foaled or the n u Dam of II I men. a rear old retard 1 . patted with Dam of Childe Harold, record in laigle Denmark it a beautiful seal hrowa wn 4 good mane it. I tail, it hand. ( itichns high, will le t.rauddamof Connaught sireol Cloamurri ayK) ) ear okl this Spiing. ha never keim banHe dam nt Yuba 77 ll Grand MAMIIRINO CIIIKF.sire ol Lid) Thome more than two weeks, but he is fall el gaits an the best tirbapoct lur a producer ol saddle an.' record z iSJ. coiabtncd horses in this pan ul the State. 1 Dam Portia, by Rolilll CK. He was sired by Ol, lime, he brSlonetvall Jsrk 4 Dumb) Wlill'P. son, he by ashtHglott Demsuik, he bt l!la. t 'I he aliuve record is no mea-ur- e of his .peed; Doamark we expect him Iu go under ao thi I'all. at dam by too ol Aleaander'v Norman dam oni- of the beat road mare ever in CenAOO will make tbeeaxMi on the rarm of W 5 HumeA Co., sdter Cicck, K) ,1 mile, from tral Kentutk) Richmond 011 the I im aster turnpike. Iu the., pedigree. y.t will lilitl royal breeding S-l- o indiiilliete .talln-n- s you will,,,, iudivldual. ot late beauts and a. breeders tecoud to none. Sen jcur mate, where Ihey will be pmperlv cared f tin oltlest colt-- , arc omnig two vt ill gtae mart- - .It ir, cent- - per uat ami will '' SANDIDGl take all it retponstblc for art , but are accident-- , or eti apes IHE FNC' SDDI.F.SAILIO, T s !l c CO lilt Eagle Denmark i. Living iii d Insure two-mil- e Rag-lan- 1 ' 1 - to Insure. ear-old11 Z i cuss-'dnes- s of 111 I e. 1 e OixlZ?U"wlu ffavw&u11 f.f-iT5'fi-' BREEZE WILKES! V Wallace Denmark; at iHAIdE'S rs v ea.ov.-- 1 .a iiViSS.Ugei haruei-goe- I blgf.-ta- - po-s- sett-so- n, aa-)e- .11 rr : "- ??'.. i, . -- ... ir a , H ! I .111 .'. tltl-.c-- an -- i- 111 I . I c-- - 1 rctjtoit-ihilit- v 1 . 1 I i PrriliATnp - I"le. II- .ttVI -S7 I St ..M-""nn- M'?,l"Ilr:" . 1 1 4 - 4 atSIS; atSlO Itar-o- n MENSTRUATION "I? s mi-ai- Ht r Mont-KOine- ry u i A-- is . .. .