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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890061701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xvm. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. ON THE WING. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TU ESDAY. JUNE 17. 1S90. bathed in, is ! NO. 3 found, but being Ueorsie For Salo---Bric- k I Residence must say it is the -- Kev. A. s. Moiiett, of Midway, will Lot on Main Street in Stanford In which I now live, west Mam street, and the hail The Business Manager Sits Up All Night town, Charles P. lyistlund. poorest looking country I have seen for, business block kn .n Owslcv II. .',(, oppopreach at the Presbyterian church here with a Mewling and Puking Infant a good horse killed by lidittdng Fri. . . venra and without, as lar as l can see, a site Court Square, Stanford J H OW sI.BY. cntumn: i and next Day Experiences day. . redeeming feature. Just in the hem t of, ..... . ..; k w w.rov. s,,n..rd v a Railroad Wreck. .Ml, UIUVU, Ui lllillllUrUll Tin- - ladies of the Methodist church t liiu i1n(.nlfiiit InnLriiM' rotrlrtti I.iMli Unci? arrived isuuruav, ami on Sumuiv oillcm . by Tuesday uiuiit, l.mi.u Hoik, Auk.. June 1:1- .-1 he wtli o(.MluiK ,t olleofnll iwsi8 in ted in the ordination of Mr. We are staiidin John Von the Clark Ctwh h'T.i at our stachanges that a few hours of tin' College boys. H vst ,osert and is a place of no small ble .it Ml Ktunejr at -botiuht the Howman bring about are vast. ndeed, but seldom ,1Kirtnliro, ,t , decidedly well built (iruenigon, of the (ierinan Reformed it I.. Salter lias Church of the l S., at Ottenheiin. $10 to Insure a Living Colt plHif, now occupied by W. H. Harris, on are those changes n..i(l.L. unless they privatL. lw bllsillufH IH run a Commencing M .mlav, May ,. Tlie Old Baptists Will hold II meet- - alar e thLexington street. The price paltl was mo for the won. For instance, when I ,u.(.i,l(.S810w He i nell bred and a No i foal getter Money house of waon and deliver ICI. at tn,lt. HS wej 1W ingat the I'iiuiacle on the --Sth and 2ltth eerj person in itanfird who it Nutily due when mare is parted uitli nr bred to another left Stanford Tnesd.iy at noon with a fi.7" ,.XI.I1(iitIlri.0f IIIOnev. There of June, nt u if j'ja vin u k, sened hor.e. Lieu retained on all roll till money is which the rite of sneet sixteener under my m, n U()()ilv lim,n.r of piI,,Hr i,ildinKS, S CLAUS HRLMKR -- Mr. Kfiilion tioiitry, Jr.. i expected goldcn-hairepaid DUNN - TANNER. itf will he obervd. tuite a number the South, wheie fiiiiiKe. i nun 1101 mi niKiiiig nun in a, ..,, ...,. ,:kl. ...,.,,.,, ..,,... Illlltor. home every day from . ,..-of our folks will attend. Beatty ville Kn- ! for his health, hut we art' worry few shoit minutes a cliuugo of schedule ally lu improve the appearance of the city. terpri.se. that he is not nmrli iuipioved. in the trains would muse uieto lose my Little Bock is a city of hills and with, t. heir hev. ugil Muxev, a Baptist minis ISuilcling -- Rev. !:. II. Pearce preached his lnttt extremely pleasant and interesting com- curb high I offer for sale privately my Karm known as the of a large and old Lewis I.unsford place, near the .Stnfrd and tor and it nephew oi .States Methodist panion and make me a lomdy tourist for sermon for the summer at the In the corporate luniM of Rowland handsome huildiut;, it may he said to be Senator Maxey, of Texas, is goini: Lancaster pike, and lunnms nearly to Dix River, to try read my last Sunday. IIU pulpit will be the far Southwest. Nor did ihim-It is well improved, has contAiuinj: 112 Acres H J. I1ARST. Rowland. 8: like Washington, n city of nmgnillcont to unite the pulpit and the stage. Cixl cisturn, ami the land is ill a fine state of He tilled by Rev. Gross Alexander, of Ihe future fortune close enough to make me distances. Call on or address me at fillborn CreeV, K will act six days in the week.and preach S I. WITHERS. 'theological Seminary, of Vantlerhllt fill- - awate of the fact that when I hoarded C. A. BENEDICT & CO., I leave this afternoon and will tench on Sunday. my train at Imisvillc at the still hour of Hot Springs for wipper, i). V. I hope The Befonncd Synod Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, youngster of five my route will be a contrast to what I The Institution for the Deaf ami midnight a I. 31. i' at New York has adopted resolutions forexamination and TANFORD, KV. HUinineis should he put under my fat li liiiv.i numb has had its hii mo fur mill tlml fnr nivt imix-- bidding preachers and licentiates to kV U erly wing with the ie.,ut that I I'uiont and now the pupils are WVlli drilled to order and Pumpi lurntshed it i llinv ,mw. 80lm.t,lllli: Inori. t0 Hnv to kitk M utitiittk tobacco and that its elders be positively factory price. o I nfortu.iately We will nUs their him otl at (iutl.rie. for tht, .;TOUIllIu9, t,0llsuI1H. leave. w10 twke n prohibited from eimnging in STANrultl), KN. the sale of that part of town, hut n.M knew not what a few hours would Wli.k ,Ill1IW ,)f ,,u. llonr I81 thtf FRANK MAUIMON. JAS G. GIVENS the weed in any form. ,. ( y there will he no lews noise than when bring forth or I should have remained in ,...-.- , The detective, whom a preacher SI'ECIAL AITKNTION ti COMMERCIAL a ilay longer at least, to make GIVERS & the 1'tK) pupils were there. travelers Horse and mules bought and sold, employed to work up a cuse against Hev. llogsett, of lhurodsbiirg, a long story short, my young friend had -- Prof. .1. J. IIi'hri.k. Wheat harvest almost here! REAL, ESTATE, Onlv horusand vehicles used in livery. trial at Chat-TipHrtukeu too freely of green apples and and emp appears to be Reasonably good. T- c- Cartl'r' ",, is a school heie on the 1st of will for - "It is the He has been principal of mi fiiiini fniluri. hln r tnnooga .. . adultery, saysthe like and about - he lunrsit to stiller . . . . " out mm HARRY A. EVANs, Academy for nine yours and thecoiiswpiene.. This lastwl till every diMitvd till it i red as rust. Many d dst .lirtiest, hlackmaiiing scheme I Town Lot. Ci.al, Iron and Timber Land bought ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, niiiJcei! or sold oo Commission. Curie. pondelKC the car was wide awake and crops ate being plowed up and laud put have ever had anything to do with in all o.ims highly reeoiiimeiMifh This oh ited Verily, until I had walked some six or eight In mrn. J. (i. Carman has gone to Ca "iy career. STANFORD, K the eighth school for Ii.n.ll. mihis up and down the car trying to1 sey to see about teaching school. He is this is a plitce of schools. Kentucky Fairs. and Surveying in comfort him. I.urkilya Husk containing a good teacher nud merits success. Jos. SPRINGS' Engineering branches. The hardest ruin of the season, Hustonville Stock Fair, July 22, ':?, L I. 'OLD all brandy was proU'orod by a synipathiitig Smith, who has been livim; in Missouri by hall, fell liters Friday (nrrnrd County Fair, July 25, 21. In some jwrts of the county the friend and then all was iiuiet airnin. for some vears, is in to see his father, Kmineiice, July 2:5 I days. Referring tu an advertisement which appeared m last isue of the Interior Journal in regard to ne lady from (iuthrie i henmfter I shall lovetheiiamel Thomas Smith. It is report.nl that his! Harrodsburg. July 21 Lnd was unusually hard. days. renting cottars at Old Drippinz Spnni;, I uih This notn e furewariK hunters, tithermen and to tr.form the inibln thjt since said article appearthei.mtitry wild she guthereil plenty of was reached at T.lJO and my ward care- - ' father and Win. Todd and wife will go! Danville, August " I days. n O'lr lands without ed I hate aain teased the Springs and tiiiildmjs otliert not t tri'va back with him in October. Mr. Brent a all such will be prosecuted to the fullhad t.. have ire water, ire in milk and fully handed over to his pam. Sharpsburg, Aug. 124 days. to U G Slaughter upon same conditions as contained in former lease bet a ten him and James . est extent cf the law. Signed: .My train arrived at Memphis alrout Burnett reports It line lambs stolen from make ire cretun for supper. There is Maysville, Aug. lit davs Adams D V.HOLMES. Dr. P. V. LOGAN, MARY 11ELI.K ADAMS Adin. ,ompld'it of the wheat being IkuIIv :i o'rlork after a ride over as Kor soil as his Hock last week and he Is confident! Ijiwieiicehurv, Aug. ID I days. I'HILIIERT RICHARDS. JOSH ADAMS wmir V GAINKS. I. D. McKINNKY. the Desert of Sahara oulit to want to that they weio slaughtered. S. Hubble' blown down. Lexington, Aug. 2(5 o days. Mrs. SAMFORD IRWIN, JOHXG. LYNN, Mrs ALICE TICKER JOS. DALLOU. -- Miss Nannie CorriaHM died at her IkihsI of. For the most part this portion sttys two line hrgs wen- - uken from his Mielbyville, A us. 2(53 day. 11IOS C HALL W'eslnesduy of Tenn.jo i hrmvily woodetl and but Held the same time. Mutton and pork h.Miu- on Coinetery htrwt Paris, September 2 days. Dealer In iimrnini:. Mie had been sutlerer from fot the few cotton fields there is no evi- now. what next'.' J. I'. Burnett hasirone Burdstown, Sept. 2 A days. Bowling tireen, Sept. that anftiltlibwurv, consumption, fonpiitc- deuce of either life or toil. The few to hw father's, in Koekc.istle. J. B. Jnr-- a days. WELL PAPERS. I desire to sell ny larm of about 130 acres, situwhile and her death was not unexpert- towns of Paris, McKeniic Milan and vis and wife are visiting their daughter, I davs. Winchester, Sept. ated about i! miles north of Stanford on the took Mirh are hut poor excuses bearing the Mrs. Burnett, at this place. Dank Bull -l iv her friends. The funeml A days. L'ynthiuna, Sept. lit Hush OILS. are llrancli pike, opposite the old church. 'Ihere ' alraut 50 and rye; the balance to MiUllelnro to drive u tonm plaie.it the family residence, the burial title of cities. The former shows that ' has Richmond, Spt. 1C I days. of the farm well et in timothy. Good dwelling VARNISHES, ETC., of four room, and kit. hen and a splendid new mtl.e Hanvill cemetery next evening, the citixeits are a little mure energetic fur Jus. Hamilton, of liucastcr, at $15 Horse Cave, Sept. Ill I days. of the latter, hut still that jut month and lvoortl. W. M. Ctreever U the Second l'rttebyleruui church, than DANVIULE, KENTUCKY. barn: is well watered and fenced. Possession J.can Hendeison, Sept. 1(0 ." doy.s. be given im.neiately. For particulars, sev P. Uailey, Stanford, or write the iindernicued at county with J. A. ric-du- y night, tur will lw held tliuj town, the lieot ofthoui all, doevs not he- -' has eont to Hartford, October days, WAI.I-- . I'Al'KU AND liKCdltATlONS, thtUrg E WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio and moat complete .lock in Central Kentuck), uui'ial onitorial conUt IwtweeH the1 j.j, m compare with towns of like sine in HaiiiiuomU to look at a farm with a (hvensboro, Oct. 7 ." days. t decorHtioiio uh all the and mul arti-tliterary socle-- oM Kentucky. Indeed it takes such a view of buying. They will return first of tHetno n i' uiWn to the tradr MuldiiiK and Hopkinsvillc, Oct. 131 days. . .. u.. i ICw.i.uiluti yl .inp ns ti I s. .,1 .w Shades in endlc I'RICI'.S THE THE COEHERCIEL HOTEL .net uns tne ...u neiiiiie t.i'S ! UeMre Lnege. ime Iihh-i- i iivcr tu uinkv uu iij- - oi .1 wcew. f, t.. hiii'h I.... Iiivoii An ex- LOWEST AND WORK THE 11EM ex-- i The conference pension bill, which an mjti"ii is kindly solicited ''efore order an Kentucky. The fertile soil in on the sick list, but is out again. J. W. J. II OWENS, Manager, the sit me place, the a :d ,r hoixler. the blue graa U theie Briuhtau.l !'.. F. have been tmsv'd the House and will pusi tlie Seiv will be held. Iiegiuning at 10 a.m. j,j trust's.. Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. .. .. ..... ..... ..... I rtlk.t L..lt.it.U vl - " nil l.u .riiiu.l, iliv lira. v,....'..nu.i uimu 1...I .U ..Ail. ;.iuin, ate as soon as reached, piuvides for the J(.tU Hie ITJllllTBi Hill. M....inLAtli.illltllt tX nun 1.... Ul all ill ...A....... ,1... !....- ,im, p,illl 1..,. ..III.... utiu iiiv7 ,iv DC at-- 1 I have taken charge el this popular hotel handsomest, aro tliere, and putting these rmuly to go to work at anycull. Clarence further pensioning of dependent parents n ie promise to be more largely and intend to run it in a first class manner in e ery entertaining char - three together what manner of man Smith lost his youngest child last week of deceased soldiers, gives nil honorably It is heme papered and painted trom respect tmU'd and ot a mote being top to bottom, the bedding jutiT than ever before. The annual hop would he 1m who would not cry out in .and the bereaved mother and father discharged, soldiers who served three ileiiuuVMnHio. mi ai count of ny old ee, ofre- - everything done t. make it is pleasant renovated and and comfort-ans. Hubble has mouths or more, and are now, or may tiring from t.uuie, for uets. The table shall never be surpasste privately mv eeday night. with capable judges, 'All hail have our sympathy, for unison Mill be given Ti ed bv hotelsin this scition. J II. OWENS. Mrs. Kllu I). Duke rlose.1 her whoor ,lwtr Old Kentucky, the llrst, the last, the Uiught a family horse of Mrs. Colonel hereafter be, permanently incapacitated "JiyiaiuT, 't,1P "t ATph hi StaViforil. K lHat.'.,, Bice for SI (X). Mr, s. Dunbar.haa been for manual labor, bv mental or physical andai."iheturiiiiurean ifitunuiiii hii Kiiterudnment at the Opeiu " located oh Mam trvt. . ,Mv foilrvir The lluifi hours III """i1"' n the puny list since she came from durabilities not the result of their own vi- - ,,h,. cenue of b.i.in.-- s. b u laige :nd deMmbie Wednesday owning. There was Hone ' " W Bnssell flinty, but is imj.roving now. cious habiu, a pension of not more than n; "' ng.H.l crowd pre'sent, hut not half so i i ill Hlj pnsiiu.s " ., 1, . i; ,.J- ...i w. $ - or liss than tier niniitli. tn niitiii- - twolire ..... fiir merchiidiiiiK, a Rood Malde room, : I..s Then. W rts 111) pronillll , lOO. . , ...., .W.W..... ... v.ir f- - ' unusually floiiiisliing appeanuice and '.... r "" ""e. in.iH-.w.lui.i: 1..J wheat last week to I.aneast"r Mill Co. UK Ulllll! l:c..i.:i:... . v.v:.i chargwl last yssir ami mis ttdiui-pio- ti ..IVll.tVBUl BUlUR'iai fee "BIjUJS CfltVSSS KOUTE." way in which things the business-likFrying chickeus are who have died since the war, where their Al" " ,lor hmx' ln,, lot in ll,"""'v'"-- K.v for 1K cents. was chargwl. Those in at- ...,,r , .' . i .. ....II otom.ul with tin. ex-- ari' , ctimeil on , would make even a, scarce at $2. tl) per dozen and eggs at SJ death cannot be proved to have been the Stunforl i. a pr.e.per.Mis town with a population The Shortest and Quickest Route from ... . , "v... , U'll'llllliv: Central Kentucky to all points North, if i.ono, rapullv incniiiBK, in a prperMi rctin; mm ...l.Jl.lw... .l.ntv.ul nil hrn' "U'li'vu mnii i in,.- nu.iui: n nui.i ... cents result of disease contracted or wounds hni two mlrual with ft.r im..io, i a East, West and South-WenFast ercises I III- Cllll.tlC" D.l". i"Hl a of her progress! venes. A great c""m,"bui'"Lino between Lexington and Cincinat home again from the lioomiug town of received ill the service, are to have $0 F' J.c." 111. thev hud had patient and thorough Iutt that d "pms-' l""ll"K B0K Term- - and further particular mny;be b&l by nati. raining' Mis. Duke will open Harriman. Joe Hobiuson sold to Jus. per month, with J2 additional for each perity" seems to be her chosen motto. Hackleya yearling On Time colt for minor child. Ihe estimated cost of the dreluc Miller & Owvley, attorney", or myM'lr SCHEDULE IN EFFECT M.W 11. i3i0. ... w..Bl.ktttir Ikt. m c pokiman. stni...d ''fhtnond, n.t she has done her-l- $12,V Miss Hattie Uobinson has taken measure per annum is all the way up - l6.IH1 No. 'I. No. 6 No. 4. -- Prof. W. C.OrinstwdclostKlthepub- V.x .Sun. l')ud since the evil war and to Miss mh Bright's place at the church from S!0,000,000 to S100.000.000. Aeon- Ex. Sun. Daily school Thursday evening with an exU.e l.onl has seemed particular-Motor- s r great many organ and gives us some excellent mu- servative authority places it at 30,000.- - JT II M D 1 1 S.R Lve Cincinnati ... 8 10 am 8 00 p m 35 pm. a,,.llun of the pupiLs. Anil speak i Iy I ."0. In his bestowal of lilessings 4 P ra 1U 1 LL1U I.ve Covington. .. 8 18 am 3 09 p m sic 000. The surplus in the treasury will be and were present Pn 9 44 a r 9 ij p m I Lve Falmouth About the biggest thing in Memphis .11 10 a m,io 13 p in S 40 P a a deticit before Harrison leaves the White Arr Paris nruiM.ofthe way in which the school - the t.rand heatre. now under conA Child Killed. E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Arr Livtiigton. :t es p rr. 10 $$ p in 130?m House. conducted the last term. Prof. ...... ,,.., mi, .. ......I.. ........ ..,... ....a b the ue ot opiates given iaal.ei.il AtMther child killed ...... 5 45 P " it o a m ....". Lve Pails i. .. vvjiiijni.-ii.nlo jo p ra li in in the formof .oothin; syrup Why mothers give Arr Winchester., ta 05 p m i.ruihtwiil Isoneiunoug the host touch PVHO..UU oiiii iiu.iii, ' 7 3 Among the speakers at the prohibition P ns o p m such deadly poison is nrprliw an elegant stone building and will accom- tliwr children Arr Kichmond.... ' when they can rcleve the child of its (Mculiar meeting at Stanford, on last Monday, was 55 P n era we have in town ami the public modate S.OOO with ea-Arr Lancaster ; I Xerm.nVd had the troubles by living Dr. Acker's lUby Soother It ,.l- W pm Arr Stanford. life under his m h.iol has tnken on new shall be maintained, contain, no opium or morphine Sold by A. K. our young kinsiuan, Charley Powell, 55 p in, Lve Richmond ... still increase, pleasure of meeting the owner and man- Pony charge. .May the inteiefit 30$ P "j Arr llerea -. whom we aie told made a good speech ager, Mr. Swift, who took me through ...... Arr Llvitigton.... 5 o p raj Is Llfo Worth Living? for a good public school is of more Ho is a VOling Illlin of OU temperance. " I" He has recently a.' Jed to its appointments ' from pit to dome. It isn model piece of Not if ou o through the world; a dyspeptic. town than anything olse. e to anv No. j. No s0 . v in-- j Ir Acker's DypwU 1'abkts are a positive curei tine promise, ami it his health holds out t ii Wilson and little girl. aichiteciure and the clever manager i ...... fnr the worst form, of dytpupvia, indijeMion, we expect to see him reach a place of "'-that it would be furnished U lie r atid con.lipution. Guaranteed and sold bv ' Alio I.ve Livingston... S 00 am ... . r. i .... l.Miigiu 'this county near Dix river, had i.n....M .Mill .. .. it ... l .. i ... .. 111 l11IC. r.... Ul. ,1... A R I'n). , 1IU1IU1 IIIC' ..Mil? in Lve llerea C Livery Stable Arr Richmond.. .. 1015 a n miraculous escape equally us hamlhoiue as the outside up u mo'.t narniw and ii45a Wo Can nnd Do marked traits of his character was his AFrst-would indicate that it should. pcarance 7 00 a in lu increased Lve Stanford (uaruntee Dr. Acker's lUood Elixir, tur it has OL0110U 10 his UHHlll.r, fromastiokeof lightium: rulay even. Lanca.lcr. uteniiv decens. "r accommoita.e tbe demands of 7 45 A noticeable feature about Memphis ! tran,tcnt patronage, fultv demonstrated to the people ol thi coun- lle.t iiirnouts furnished Lve Richmond...... 10 oa a a in , they were sitting In the yard in Arr ing. While Cll. In our expelieiice in life we have Commercial Travelers and others, rJV ru'a is itsgreat number of banks and soda wa 10 p in 6 la a in I.gl.tning struck a locust tree near by, Lve Richmond.... positive cur tor .yphiiitic noted that the bov who stands bv his " .. 00 p in 7 15 a in Arr Winchester. IRM.omni;, ulcer., eruptmnsand pimules li uri ter fountains. Of COltrse the tWO tilings nes Arr Paris. ...... t 40 p m 7 ti am .....,..,,.. tearing it all to pieces and melting a wire thcvvnoie sv.tem anu rnoruuniy nuiio up mo mother is the one to be trusted, and is have no earthly connection with each constitution, a. k. I'mmy Tt7'TAr Lve Lexiugten ... 1 oj i in 7 oa a in, 3 45 p ro lothes line that was tied to it. Mr. the one who will reach the places of a jo p in 8 53 a m 4 at p ro Lve Paris Duty to Yourdelf. ' girl were knocked sense- other, but I speak truly when say that) A tc I.ve Falmouth ... 4 la p m 9 ij a m1 and little among men. Lancaster P.ecord I will Fifty Dollars fr inforina- - Arr Covington. fully half of the buildings on Main street people will u. a common honor j 40 p in 10 35 a ml 6 30 p ra n is surpri.mg that I..V a Reward of he less and sometime afterwards when un lo.ivutl .n ul anj .in.iuth.iried person ...M.'t.ii,. r,,,,, when ,he) CJI is;ure a valuable liiBArr Cincinnati . 5 50 p in 10 45 a m 6 38 p m tion , . or tint other. It spe.iksweu ordnurv Pi"th, ... ,;,onv. Dr. .uker'. KukHvIi A hole OH .line to he was in the house. -- The first of the suits for damages Found Cuttin Timber or Dam-tha- t Trains Nos. 14Lexington, Sunday only between and u run of his toes for the place, the Imnks show the im- pills area positive cure lor sick neauacue anu an leaving Cincinnati at Cincinnati and liver troubles Thev are ma'.l, sweet, easily taken eastern In his hat and two grew out of the Johnstown .lisaster li a in , and arriving at l.eiincliiil at 17 in. Lve. mense business done, while the soda wa- and do not jjripe. ForsalehyA. H Penny. aging any Improvements were badly burnt, his arm was badly Lexington at ' 40 p. in, and atriv e .it Cincinnati at l.ssii, was decided in favor of on May Cln the fi,ow ing prol,cr,y n limb from the tree ter fountains go to prove that the inhab53V p. m. bruised, but thought Cua't Sloop Nights On theMaysville llranch, No 9. leaves Paris at itants are satistled with that drink rath- Is the complaint thousands sutTcrin; from asth tho Pennsylvania Railway Company, A. Cash i, known a. 'Ihe (arms at arriving No. at 54;, p hit him. Mrs. Wilson was in Danville er than patronize those places wheie ma.consumptior.. ofcoiijjhv, etc. Did you ever try which was SUed bv I'. S. , laibell for Hutcliim's, George lUuh's, lUstin Heirs', 800, am and 10 25, 11, rn, and io( p in. No. at 10 till a Maysville at 'ko"nB' " l)r. Acker r.ngllvn Kcmcuy ' iiismc i piep- 000 for the loss of his wife and three 11:. that evening and knew nothing of it leaves Maysville at 5,15 a m, arriving at Paris at Sold on a stronger beverages can be obtained arattou known tor all lung troubles. 740, am. No. J leaves Maysville at t jo and got home. s' Cjp-- W. Hutchison's 4o acre farm, she Cos c gu.mti-at ay. aim coc oy a.k. tennj. Children, Who Were Oil the About S Wednesday evening my train P Kr.riHin nd It. E.llarrtsn s umber tracts on lluck arrives at Paris st 4 15, p m. These trains are press tr.lltl that WUS swept away in tllO Creek, J07 acres, John Tiirnbull's, sacres, John daily cscept Sunday. I.exiugton to Cincinnati. K. on the St. Louis and Iron Mountain n.mnibnr lios oiu tin from IS cents No. runs dally from acres, m.j. narri , 90 ncrc, n. Mrs. Leslie is undoubtedly the most liuciiafun's, Coiiemaiigh Valley Hootl 43 Power.', 100 acres John Andor.riii's, 14 acres, 10No.am; leaves Lustngton 10 00 am; arrives Paris woman in America. Her beauty, K. left for Little Hock and after ferrying' p0,m,i Mt ytiM to 7o cents a pound at except Sunday 13 famous Wash Harris' im acres. Freeman'.. 800 acres. No. 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrives Kalmoulb IlryaiC. Robinson Mill tract, I. Tobm's farm ami grace of manner, com- tne .mssissippi npeii us way uvui iiiu present, owing to heavy purcuases oy Bucklcn'S Amica Salve reliuement 7 io pm; except Sunday. s Joe1 Kidd abil- path of the historic Arkansaw Traveler. tj,e German (.ioverutnent to be used in ...,,.. wn .....--- , ... sfarm, ....,, Petrrvs farm, A. (ooch larm, I he belt salve in the world fur cuts, brtusos, No. 7 leave. Falmouth 600 am; arrives Cincin. u ii,n. bined witli her remarkable biisiues VV.VW1II1I-1. .1....... r. ...... ........ 1. !.,., ry Miller's, aoo acres, Menrv ,.i.. --. ..j,.,. acres, nati 7 55 am; except Sunday. kitnl of .Miner s, 44 her at the head of There is no sweet without u bitter, the manufacture of some Train Notes. No. runs dails between Lexinzped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup ity, which has placed Stephen llurch's, 153 acres, D. II. Kdmiston's runs daily between and just as I was congratulating l'l'r- tions and positively cures piles, or no pay reqtur tia.t, Strod Home, Coitsge near depot at Crab ton and Cincinnati. No . x one of the largest publishing houses in sinziun. Cincinnati and ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satifactior, Orrhard, Hotel, C'ctt j;e ai d Storehouse at Otten good connections I had Completely Cured myself on tho She Waa Nos 1 and 6 make connections at incbeter rice 35 cents per bOX. heiin .r motiev rcliinue.i. OI II N1IHMI R the world, unite in giving her n reputaM. V. Ky lor points on the N N atauioru, ry. geit f r Owners (m extended. She made all along, down went our engine a herSfth 1"." IZ: Kor ale uy A. K. . as unique as it s. tion IMPORTANT. Trains el this line now arrive through II trestle SOIlie S or 10 feet deep pletely wreckisi. At my suggestion she used one at and .Imparl from the Central Union Passenger Morit "Wins. has demonstrated beyond a doubt that bottle of llradfield's Female Regulator, which Station Cincinnati, making connections far ill Uiul a sever" jostling indeed followed. her. J . W Heliums, Water alley. .Miss. Wedi-sirpoints North, East and West t. say to our litLens that for year vv. there ate women In the world who have Keg. I ".. Atlanta, u., lor have been wiling Dr Kind's New Disnvcr fur Write the Through tickets and bagguge checked to any mitir is.. ? t" iv iic ,h r t Hhrewdness in business Luck is better tluu wealth under such particulars llradtield all druggists. Sold by all a clever man's Con.umption. Dr King's .New Life Pills Itmk devtinatioa reached by a "railroad. baggage car, and save the karh' For full partu ulars address any agent ot the Co. leu's Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters and havt atlairs, with ability to assume ami con- circumstances ur sell r in Boston think never handled remedies thatsatisfaction. We tnat Some do such universal llnancial interests, ami yet re- which followed the engine with one end have given trol largo L Ml'NSllVTrav Pass" gt.. Cincinnati. law by woman- still on tho track, it was the only coach ?f trying to circumvent the over u bar not hesitate to guarantee them every jnm- and we Agt. S. F. II. MORSE, Oenl . ng under the bar, as selling main in every way rellned and ut.nd readv to refund the purchase pruc if I ruicinliati, O. of New Or- that left the track. Nobody was hurt, do not follow their use liee proi,ihite(J: results II K HINIINGTON, ice Prest and Geii'l nv ly Mrs. Leslie is a native " nel rrmrdies have won their griMt liopuljrily Msnaer. quar- am thankful to say, but it was n uarrow A. R. Penny, Druggist 011 their merit leans, and grew up in the French GUNKRAI OFFICES LIQUOR HAB J ' - SSSnS learned escape for tho trainmen, particularly the DRUNKENNESS-TH- E Chamber of Commerce Pudding. Cincinnati, Q. ter of that quaint old city. She In all the World there la but one save his engineer, A Snfo Invostmout SdocIHc. French, German and Spanish nt n very ... & CO., .m., r.i.i.-- . o lA.. .. 1.... ... i 1. .n wbish Is lfuarauteed to bruiu up and wliuii little more than a inc. ii luuk i uro uuuia iu It canbegiven in a cup of ten or coffee without factory results, or in case of failure, rsiornof early age, effecting a which the debris, but when completed a new the knowledge of the persou taking it,the patient vourpurcha.e price On this safe plan soucin HUSTONVILLE, KY. speedy and permanent cure, whether child she began tho literary work . . nur world-widShe eugino was ready and by 10 Thursday is a moderate dnnktr or an alcoholic vyreck. ...... irnmNew iiutuiL. tri. ...ukk... ..v...k ... It .'. AtB ,il ,n the bsloe.s and ready 10 do any L"i I H is Discovery for Consumption. King's DfBririf i has nuvde her fame Tnousands of drunkards have been cured who guaranteed to bring relief,,, every case when thl have a full IJUsUWWnl ud NKKVODB ,n lhe Undertaking line. We attach- morning Little Hock was reached. y.ndHlaiMi.ta have taken the Golden Specific lu their coffee used for any affection of the thioat.lungs or chest, was married when only 13. The oc 0f Cases and Casket of all kinds and Robes Emri"r believe they suchasconsuiiiption, I dislike veiy much to apeak uncom- without their knowledge, and inll.iininatiou of the lung, 0f every de.cnption Our hearse, which is nearly u,t,t. .si. ssiioon r.H; kt.r.4. H.wu.iUre. ZS) Mr. Leslie and herself ment between buit drinking of their own freewill. No harm bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough croup, etc., new can j,e obtained on short notice. Mr J B Btrfis.nKll.i:i)itiLoriuomiJSi'4Tloi'i0Bt. his death, plimentary of the State wherein tho . Hoac TntsTUXT-lUM- au u !. result from its administratian. Cures per. to and was extremely devoted; and, at .n( for circular and full narticul.irs. Ad. ir It 1. nleasanta.id agieeable lird: tho taste, Till "."-.- i. bus ehirire oleur businessai.clhinuvlll in hov iUlisi raliiif u " r.. ,.r..vj 10. Wni.4.. iinon. ,-. n " mil ""'rns.-.s- Hk,iiiluill.si4 rank Fountain of Youth, surpassing even the .!.,. .'., nA.l.nrv OoLnKN Sl'KtlKlL Co.. 8 ic.iy air .. rswrBtiW4(SMMlsss. " , " - .,...l.u T. iwrlpll '.adopted the name of ahe legally nr bottles iree lit n in rtiinj .uiug.wiv krie MKOICAk CO.. BUFFALO. N.V. one Ponce do Leou discovered and uac Street. Cincinnati, o Leslie." nr Washington-like- , FOB, SALE! i " ,.. re-iU- ,,,, ...... - ,..,,,',. T,n.. I t ITOTICE. y ,, ,, ,,, ,, "LCJ EC de-ir.- d - ,.,. foot-wash-i- .- - ! wi-n- t ..... For Sale Twenty Lots Farm For Sale. lo-i- I 1 n d com-ini'iflx-ni- - HRICE, r t! u-- i j mil first-cla- MRWON. hi-gi- u Fop-teiidie- r. ss - - n. liar-r.-Ul.ti- rg ' " - ! - Piucvillc, Kentucky. .oi-yr ! j j DRimKG ev-tili- I POSTED. fc- - , J 1 17- - 1 A. E. GIBBON'S, PRISTS 5 -' 26 Farm For Sale. M t- j tho i l:ull 15 c- -i 1 l.itt-s- u iveo 1 Ko-- in-- niiiB!i;im - tl-- ll i pu-cint- Km-lema- u I Ml-- ai - ). .1 j S A E. HOTEL PROPERTY. I otf,-- r FOR le ' ;;r -I "l. .. 1 1 . j rSu . .... - Kentucky Central R.R. e - .i' -- -- - 1 -- 1 - ! j l'e H-- pn-pe- cl t. 1 u South-Houn- Uli ;$ P WYKRS llUUUli . 1 - e. tT'1 1 4 1 j im-ta- n. ' " tlat-i- Pool and BillinrcljPnrlors North-Houn- 1 i d ass 1 X?J?'r ' ' 1 Wil-so- n 1 cecr ?Ov J&..XJ I . jip - --- - :, . ' ' !roO,-iTi- m 111, uc-.- - "ei'ta-"'w-T"- ill-fat- 1 eX-!- j jj 1 pow-thoug- h, r.. ' - 1 1 vv -?u'y , ;J- . m ij - - 58.il3SvM'; a. . 1 liquor-seller- s ' Pa-.'g- 'r ' . ill.!. T-- -- -- cii-.u- vi:-ati- .1 J. T. STJTTOIT m FOR MEN ONLY! gyjtlljj0f s, e. y j guar-...- .i 1- - . ;.,.....i..'.j,I!iisL -- - ii -- -.- I I ( 04-- I . ; .J . . .- - i L. fr MMMMHi "Hii Jill ,,.,11 .).,., i, mi. ji.ij m i 1W1 ijt. t , ,.,,.,,.... .b,iuii ,, . , f, r.. .Vatj, V Semi-Weekl- y InteriorJournal . of j Lightning struck a barrel of whisky In or ler to nrote t the linancial honor I the State ami to tl.e end that none of in a Kentocky distillery Sunday, bound- ed oil' and killed two men. K Klliott, assistant ticket agent of the L. it X. at Iouisville, is .,000 short, which J. H. Milliken, his security, will havo to make good. It is now said that the mandering bill will probably be sprung on the House and forced through before Congress adjourns. Two boys, Joo Sparks and Lish Wil son, sought refuge under a cattle trough during Friday's storm in Hourbon, when lightning struck it, killing them instant 1 anti-gerry- Stanford, Ky. June W. P. WALTON. Aktkr a ' careful survey of the field and after receiving warm assurances of sup- port from leading citizens all over the lion. Richard C. Warren has con- eluded to accept the suggestion of the Intekioh Joi'us.u., which spoke for the democracy of Lincoln county, and he-- ' ly come a candidate for auditor, so we to- The Hon. Francis V. Hill, democrat- K candidate for governor of Maine, died day present by authority his name to the democracy of Kentucky for that hiuh unexpectedly at his home in Kxoter Sunday. He was quite piominent in polihonorable otlice. It is with "or-- ' tics in his State. than usual pride and pleasure that o While trying to save Johnnie Ma. this, for Mr. War. en i th erabodi- honey from drowning at Anaku, Minn.. ment of everything requisite to a strong Sunday, Miss Liz.ie Murphy ami Miss and dashing canvass and the faithful dis-charge of the duties of the olllce, which The libel suit brought by a lawyer Nellie Mahoney lost their lives in the I by nature and training he is so compe-- 1 nuned Vance in Louisville against the water with the boy. Coo-dThe republicans of Davidson county, We need new and younger Courier-Journa- l reflecting on tent to fill. for charges of blood in the responsible office of auditor big official integrity, was decided in favor Tenn., in convention at Nashville, refusand in presenting Mr. Warren for the 0 the paper, which established to the ed to adopt a resolution indorsing the of the jury that what it administration of President Harrison, position we do so witu an ausouue presidence that his honesty, purity and up-- charged was fully corroborated by the who was referred to as a Tightness are beyond cavil or question. proof. There is rarely anything gained dent. Hon. W.J. Hendrick, of Fleming His nomination will be a compliment to nv jjt,ei eujt8( tj,e majority of which are county, has announced himself a candi- So purposes. No the young and progressive democracy of instituted for bar-ti- e He has a host the State and his election a fitting re- - pnper witli any regard for its standing date for attorney general. to of the State and foe ward toa man who has demonstrated woj(i knowingly publish anything de- - of friends in all parts 7 1 J. It t llfliiiiniii Titnt.t "' v-- i7 -. t.i. . mm th'at he is always faithful to every trust rogatory of n inan's character, unless it will make an aggressive canvass for the iJiiiviiu i - J . ' !" T T I It imposed in him. Nominate him and wag satisfied that what it claimed was nomination. Shoes be A census enumerator at Richmond, week elect him and the democracy of Lincoln, Biisreptible of proof, and no decent pa- toe oOc, 75c: Chiwhich has rarely asked favors of the par-- per wou(i refuse t0 make full reparation Va. has found a colored woman named toe Rlimnnva hrsh 01 ty, will give an absolute gnarantie that an,j apology if convinced that a wrong Martha Clay, who has had 37 children INKS. given birth to tripShe has We no act of his will ever bring discredit or ia(i been jone- - Libel suits are therefore since ,. (5 othor host. S! hno win. cu.su . ...,. Shoes n, hntf .0 w - rev mireproacn upon .t gooui uauic u. ii...- ueesSt except in some instances to ex- - lets (i times, twins times and to 7 wie . State. Goods, Cloth tort money, unless as in Mr. Vance's ers singly. of in the Tin petition for a 1 1 case, a man wants his meanness proved Its. to as case of the removal of the Millersbnrg The election bill, otherwise known . . .. Ull him. VS V'J E. --Collece to Winchester lias been over- the Force bill, winch the republicans The Court of Appeals rendered a de-- j ruled by the Court of Appeals, which shall become a law, is have determined Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .11. SAI.INCiKR, the most odious of the long line of odi- cision Saturday that will be regarded 'finally closes the case and gives the Col-ous measures that a desperate partv has with approval by the general public. It lege to Winchester. A secret conference of delegates from foisted on the country. Its object is to has always held that a telegraph compa- put the election of congressmen in the ny is liable for damages done by its fail- - the Kansas Wheel, Industrial (S range, hands of republicans, who will count nre to deliver promptly messages in Union Labor party and Knights of U- MT. VERNON. KY. their candidates in without regard to which pecuniary interests are involved, bor was hold at Topoka, and it was de- Hoteljn mil aatnuiu right or justice. The expense to the and now it decides that such companies cided to put full State, Congressional Tkt old and tng in flae rcpnunon. Ctiargct rraonabl. Spc government of such n law is estimated are liable for injury to the feelings. The and county tickets in the tield. cut adaaiioa to the Wartime public. in During the heavy tnunder-storat $10,000,000 a year, the republicans pro- - decision was in a case in which the Wes-- 1 A. V NKWCMII, Trop., posing to accomplish with the public tern Union failed to deliver two messag- - Louisville a street car was struck by Ml Vernon. Ky. funds what they have heretofore tried es regarding the illness and death of pphtning, the mules killed. thedasUboard to accomplish with fat fried out of those the plaintiffs father. torn off and a hole three feet iu diameter lS. dug in the ground. Jas. Price, the driver, pecuniarily interested in the perpetuaA New Yokk man, captivated by the was partially paralyzed and is now lying tion of that party in power. The plan is Seaon open Juno 1 Uh a (iraiid Hop on manner in which a prerty female census Friday ve, June Panic ailed at I jo h.iri. now for Reed to force the bill through at the point of death. Krdncrd rules for board and iottac (ill July in very easily do, enumerator asked thequestions required Sixth The special election in the the House, which he can MATla roK IO.UUIHOM JILV lT by law, fell in love with her, proposed Congressional District of Kentucky takes J6.w Pir Week then havo Vice President Morton to marriage has taken place, all " Day iui place on Saturday next. Mr. Dickerson " ileal take a trip, put Ingalls in the chair of and the -- .. .. since the 1st of June. If they will now will wer 5 receive the usual democratic majori- - Cottage Rem, per Month the Senate, who will adopt Heed's revo- go raising a family with ' m. the e.xpedi-- 1 ty of to lutionary tactics and with the aid of his the district. His own party is IIor fed, per Wexk S" lieutenants push the bill through jjle lion inai wiat (iiey navu prepared lor u, unanimous in his support, and theie is A I. SPOON AMOKK. aj.tt And We Have higher House. Harrison's little signa- the census ol --'000 will be materially in urinHf:i1lv nn otinositioii unon the other creased. side. ture will complete the damnable work. - HP("",)TCr The Maine republican State conven- - t- -- r-- -is a desperate game but desperate Lexington disIt The committee in the C-I I - -tion renominated Gov. Burleigh by ac- chances must be taken to retain the trict has called another convention for ' DILLtoss switch, ky. five ac- July 9tb, in that city, to make another clamation. The platform commends the power which fat and blocks-oHarripon as of President Dealer In complished. attemDt to nominate a candidate for su- administration "wise, firm and upright," and says that Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps perior judge, and fixed June 2Sth for the oy tne courageous Et'Loc.iK of the late Samuel J. primaries. It is to be hoped that the "Speaker Keen has, ltoois, Shoe, Clothine, Hardware, Queent discharge of his duty, done honor to the 3Icii'H,:iIoys were delivered in Congress w4ic, t inw.it, r uiniiiirv anu a dall latter will send men next time who State and a great public service to the Conoral Lino day by a number of members, including t,link ,uoreof pwlv succe Crocorios, . than o SaclcH country. Col. Breckinridge and Gov. McCreary. dividual interests." Fancy CanJiet, Oon 'I ie, fc. Since he has taken charge of the All kind of Product taken in ctchinge for KoodiBoth spoke in highest terms of his spot-- ! Potyffue, Livinjit n, Ky emi-- 1 less character as a citizen and his As but census enumerators have re pension office Dr. C. J. Walton has paid nent career as a statesman. Gov. Mc- - signed, four have committed suicide, one out fl.l'-- 545.15. This is at the rate of Creary spoke of their personal relations, only has killed his man, and one married, SS.SM.OS for every day including Sun' day, and :J,'23,:J3:5 25 per year. The which were of a nature that enabled an exchange is led to remark that 'to know each other well. For one ters seem to be progressing more smooth-ter- daily increase will doubtless bring this amount up to $11,500,000 or $4,000,000 per the seats of the two gentlemen were ly than was anticipated, year within u short time. located together, and when Mr. Kandall NEWS CONDENSED, Mrs. Griggs, of Philadelphia, aged In an invaluable remedy found that he could not attend the ses 29, had contracted a bad habit of using SICK HEADACHE, Congress last winter he sent' nionsof this KHett Perkins shot and instantly TORPID Jamaica ginger in excessive doses. Her Gov. McCreary a kind note, telling him killed Jesse DeSpain in Taylor county. to feel at liberty to use his Randall's) Six San Francisco breweries have husband remonstrated, and so, as the LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES, record runs, she took a dose of laudanseat, one of the most desirable in the been sold to an Knglish syndicate for C0STIVENESS, um, "just to tantalize him." The dose MALARIA, After Mr. Randall's death Gov. 500.000. BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF and chair, was too much for her, and the husband AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. McCreary fell heir to his leek Lightning struck J. B. Wathen & which he now occupies. Co.'s distillery at Louisville, Sunday, now wears crape upon his shiny hat. Sold A terrific thunder storm swept over worth. and damaged it Lexington convention to nomiThe With a blow from his fist, William Cincinnati shortly after noon Minday. axa: :'rf.:t72tirarii:iEXxs nate a candidate for superior judge, find- Walton almost instantly killed Ben H. In less than an hour an inch and a half ing that it was impossible to effect tho Kerrick, near Louisville, Saturday. t of rain fell. One man was swept into a object of its meeting, adjourned sine die, William S. Holman, the "Great Ob- sewer and drowned. Over .'i,000 after taking 12J ballots, the last not ma- jector," was nominated for Congress for wires were melted or otherwise terially changed from the first. A resoIn- - ruined by the lightning. A similar storm time by hie constituents in the lution was adipted referring the selec- diana. " ' visited Louisville, even more rain falling To cur? Ililim--niftl- tion of a nominee to the district comi' Cincinnati.' rr.t:"n, M i.. n I.i' i Col. Rodney Haggard, of Winches, there than in ! rot. in . the talc-mittee, who was given power either to t r, is announced as a candidate for ConGINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, Half a million dollars' worth of to a new conven- gress in the new 10th district of Ken- - property was destroyed iu the vicinity of the matter Wi K" tion or call a primary election. These tuckv. Rockford, 111., Friday night, by a local bitter contests, especially for a judicial The primary conventions in the 12th flood caused by heavy rains. A portion oilice, bode no good to the party and judicial district all instructed for Judge of the town itself was suddenly inunare to be seriously regretted. George C. Perkins. The convention will dated, and many people were driven rMpfliiKMAI.!Mp "Mile Henna to tho lllL AI'.L Till MUST CONVENIENT. from their homes by water, which rose bottle held June 21. The scandal in connection with the be L. D. Jot 11 ..;cm. Parker, John S. May and J. J, into the first storiesof residences. Much Irlc' of clllicr hIio. B.lr. ! ltollle. pension bureau, which it is proposed to inxpHBTflftRlVUBr republican candidates for railroad track was washed away. investigate, grew out of a real estate Paul are the A freighttrain on the C. & O. ran inIMm.d fcrtrt. 'f delegate to the constitutional convenscheme, to promote which CommissionCILCIANS ST.IOUIS MC. to a wash-ou- t near Maysville, causing a J.r.SMITH&CCU tion from Pulaski. er Raum is said to have borrowed i2o,-00- 0 of Appeals has affirmed fearful wreck of the engine and :J2 cars. The Court Is more complete than any time this season. from Pension Agent Lemon and inC. Carter, The engineer, fireman and a brakeman to take stock in it the death sentence of John duced his subordinates who murdered Win. Trallbrd in Graves wero killed. The wrecking train sent to on a promise of promotion. Tliere is a clear the track ran over and killed a ne- county for his money great deal of rottenness connected with Mr. Mills has declined to accept a gro employe of the road. About a the pension bureau and many a claim is on the Committee on Rules, and en people are reported drowned on tho allowed more for the benefit of the agent CONSUMPTION I COUGH OR GOLD Mr. McMillin, of Tennessee, has beenap same creek the wreck occurred Hull a. than for tho justness of the cause. pointed to fill the vacancy. BRONCHITIS I Throat Affection Parly of Lincoln To the Prohibition I A testicular tumor weighing 110 lbs Senators Stewakt, of Nevada, and Wasting of Flesh SCROFULA County. Reagau, of Texas, 70 and 75 years of age was successfully removed from Ham (ho Throat iiml Limrji Having received the nomination of your Or any Ultra teirhrr respectively, liad a ijuarrel in the Mar-- j Hunter, aged (m, in Carroll county AVrt party for judge of the Lincoln County are Inflamttl, Lark of i'lnujlh or by unlay. It had been growing H years, of the Senate, Friday, during' J'oictr, tuu cart be rtllrvfd and Curril I beg leave, after considering the Mrs. Grant Aurensbach, of Lebanon, Court, which the Nevada mini called the e- general n liar. Ore., on discovering that hor husband matter, and for reasons satisfactory to Confederate ' myself, to decline tho race. Thanking No sooner had he said it than the latter and sister had been unfaithful to her, you for the honor conferred on mo and let go his good right fist at his antago-- 1 shot her spouse and then killed her- - those who have tendered me their sup- -' Are headquarters for nlst. but somebody caught his arm and Bt' Representative Henderson, of Iowa, port, I am with very high regard, yours were led off" the venerable old chestnuts states that the present House has alrea- truly, J. M. McRoiikkts. in opposite directions. c&o, Stanford, Juno 111. dy made appropriations amounting to PURE COD LIVER ' $107,119,731 for tho benefit of the e With Hypophosphltes. Thk party in power is squandering the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel money with a lavish hand. The diers. PALATABLE AS MILK. Having bought up most of the dis The wedding of Mary Anderson and 14 regular appropriation bills call for Ath for Srotl't KnxuUion ami let no Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those no more tilleries, the English are said to be after Antonio Navarro, of New York, will oc,UW,WX) or tollrtlatlon liulure you to 5:500,000,000, which is ml$ttlutr. plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvefy plow warranted to than last year. A reckoning day must our tobacco factories uow and a deal is cur today. The ceremonies will be per- aecrt aSold by nil DrtittjlHts. bold bandit who prey so on in Louisville. It will take several formed by Cardinal Manning, at the come to the A sk your neighbor. SCOTT A BOWNE, Chemist, N.Y. do good work, or no sale. millions to make the trade there. Urompton Oratory, in London. recklessly on the national treasury. over-State, r. 17, 1890 1 conn-satisfacti- J its creditors may sutler, Gov. Huckner of " P1""-'at ?hf Sn"nof 1: mid Commissioners about ,;g j)riVflte fortune to title it over its present linancial strait. There will be but little money available before the taxes begin to conn in in August and it ttasniin0linceii nst week that all the fumlg ,m(1 l)eeu exiiailstCi. No money .;1I1 he borrowed by law, but the nor ig billing to take the risk of getting hMk anv gnm ho mav a,ivnilce Tliere nre not luimy ,en tilrtt w0i,i to it, but then there are not many men like the Imln who at present honors Kentucky as llcr tfjlief excciltjyt,t And, by the way, i,e is j,0jnK ,0 be a eitj;at( to the Hart county stitntional convention, liaviui; chosen laim the democrntio iiomi-d- o nue Saturday by a large majority over th(, ymmf, n;an who opposeii ,m. con-an- d SmiiLL! ATi FT By that we mean - Still Hammering Down the Prices, Still gluing the public the greatest bargains ever offered or produced. Every department will present a ofc BEWILDERING a Array of Seasonable at lowest prices, which have made the name 1 one-ter- eTHE LOUISVILLE . , 1 . W STORE- - black-mailin- g 1 , . ... . - - ldren's vatent leather tins (Ivfnrrl ,,,tiu,, rr Misses' spring heel patent leather tip lace Slippers SJ, worth SJ.oO. una wiiu even nair Ladies nf thn ... jressinQ. yy person who needs anything in our line Dru ing, Mats. Uirpets, Matting. lc. will save from Jo nil 'Over cent, on all their purchases at the LOl LL E STOli popular in every household in Stanford and vicinity. Thi week's gains in Shoes arc an exception the rule. Ladies' Oxford I, il suppers ;.1i rt and ,..J..l vainer iin lace runners t' " '" worm j.zrj; Lacues' lua ana JLorocca in button and lace will sold at ol.Jo, worth S. Children's this Slippers worth ''' ,.' t'5 ." ..., ,' -- -' ' Maunder. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. j j j Sj-t-l. SPRING CLOTHING. iHAIiE'S WELL.:" 1 . . Our Goods are Now All In i nr 1 LJ . I . ; j u -- ' f " 1 1 1 r- AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT I-i- Han-atu- r- of - and Children's Suits, and Dark Colors, and Frocks; also large line of Pants. !it f M, mat-the- m m Tint's Pills Everywhere STAGG & McROBERTS. t for j $7,-ha- ll. tele-grag- h : '- -- - i ' it nil ;r.'x,rir.'j Mil mm h Carpets, Mattings, lrl mK Mt t!tl)lo KISSIN 't Rugs, &c, doz-pla- If You Have SEVERANCE & SON. post-mast- er SCOTT'S HIGGINS jyM'KINNEY -- EMULSION OIL Hardware, Grooeries, Stovos, Salt, Lime, oldsol-nubli- ,.i tmf4tummtmimt - . ... - j- I 'j Semi-Week- ly Robert casions all this row among farmers and that is what is causing them to organize Fenol. UiNDKit twntu and iimchine oil for silo alliances, wheels and things. Comi: now ami uku a I'ottiige t Hale'sl Jtankokij, Ky .Jink 17, 1890 by .1. 15. Foster. Miller : Kennedy have bought durWell while they are n..V) a week. They ing the past ten days 2,:i00 lambs at Buy wire Mrieim tor doura and win will be higher after July 1. A. L. from o to oj cents. Midway Clipper. My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. This dowH of Miii' Menefee. it c, ManoRor T. W. Anderson, of Cynthiana, has stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. Foil Sai.b. A doublu Heated harouuliu, Tub Centre College nine played the sold his fine illly, Julia Magee, by MEANS BUSINESS. cheap. Apply at this olllce. Springbok, to eastern parties for Call and see it before buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to Interior Journals here last afternoon, I iMtithTii'.s (inrdon' fresh and $4,000 cash and 1 1,000 of her future m nirent for tho Whitoley twine but the game required so much time we give satisfaction or money refunded, lu'nc watch repairing a specialty. g nuiiit'. A. It. Penny. winnings. Paris News. binder and inowur, tlie host in the world. didn't wait to report it. Watciiijj and jewelry repaired and The Lebanon Enterprise reports warranted. A. H. IVnn"y. .I.N. Menefee. Cuirtou.vHUM Avkvauius is tho world- - sides of "2'1" sheep at Mattingly k Tiik beHt place to buy drills, patent from Calvary IS cars Til ink- -. Tho Stanford I.ntkhiai: Jouit famed wood preserving oil stain and biiinns ship tnedieiiit'H and toilet urtieloti in at A. It. For or about IttO head of slop rattle. They IYnnvV. nm. is one of the brightest and best pa- preventive of dampness in walls. -HBuy your school hooks, ink, tablet, pers in Bale by Jos. Willimnmi. MeKinney, Ky. sold to New York parties and received liuisviilu Times. the State. , paper, peneilH and whool supplier! of all Sl.'-'delivered in Louisville. Many othkiiulH from A. It. lVnnv. A I'Kcl.w. term oi the Lincoln cirdnit Oi p. junior is in receipt of an invitaer sales of cattle at from L'J to 4 cts. are for the Daneing Club court will be held here tion from the PERSONAL POINTS. Judge It. P. Jacobs noted. wheat be given at Col- trial af equity s. of Midway, ton hop to The market for this year's has been requested by Judge Morrow to crcp will open at 0c. J. A. liugueiy sold J I! Situr lins' Hull, June Hi. went to preside, owing to his sickness. tin Babe Crowder, of Anderson county, W2 Is Receiving His Jaki: IlniKKTT, arretted by Marshal e went to Louite head of slop cattle at 4 cts. I). C. lim.rJ. W Stiiayiid. A red sow, thin in tlesh. New land Saturday, for carrying concealed i'le yesterday. has bought in the lint three weeks confe-.-e- d and was given the Just weaned pigs; hair worn ollhersidos, MlM Ll'O I!TlllKK has returned weaoM, right ear. about 50 mule colts in Boyle, Mercer, itsiinl sentence, but allow od time to re- three rings in nose, underbitin froin Milan, Teun. Information as to her whereabouts will Washington and Lincoln. The prices Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a call. Miu.. W. V. T.m: Is buck from a visit to plevy. according to grade range from S4"j to he limirofiiited. II. J. McHoberts. rclntivt'H at Lulmuon. land quality. Harrodsburg Democrat. A boy baby arrived to gladden the A kiiy heavy rain and hail tonn Mish Min.viuStiiauii In up from Louis Huntress, Hankin's famous race of Mr. and Mr. Wallace H household .GO TO. Mile, after a lone stay. Varnon Sunday, and they have named visited this section Friday afternoon, but mare, that was injured in the Warren-ton- , Mits. Jons Hki.i. (.iiimox retuinod from Itiu honor of the present and prospec- did no material dainago. Some of the Mo. wreck, died Friday. She had large as a already this spring made a small fortune .lliniiihhurg Saturdny. tive county judge, Thomas Wilmot Var- hail is said to have been as jminea egg. It rained again Sunday for her owner by winning race after race, Mil. .1. It. Li.ti Mint Iiiih ruturuud from non. evening after the hottest kind of weather her most notable achievement being her a Khort May in Iiiinvllk u MODEL GROCERY" we that dav and the day before. FokCaxii. On and after July MlhHKMIKA llWM h Visiting M'H. J8. Stakes at trijile victory for the Jack-po- t will do a strictly cash bu.inesH and those lio.ilam, at Crab Orchard. Lexington, Louisville and Latonia. Her Oun young friend, Mr. Charles It. Mooiti;, of Moreer, Ii.ih been persons owing us accounts are earnestly Mils .sm owner had her body embalmed and disrequested to settle them at the earliest Brock, who recently graduated with brought to the latter place for interment ttui; Mrs. II. C. Bupley. tinction at the State College will have A: Allen, liveryAnd Spades; Muc. .1. A. Muiiohas none to St. Ma iOH.i)h) date. Combest Seminnry next sescharge of the men, Hiibtonville. S SKW i t to visit Mr, Mudd'H rulutivtw. sion and will be assisted by Mr. J. A. & Muh. K, ti. II u. and tioorgis Wunrun, am agent for the Walter A. Wood Yates. The patrons of the school may Sets, ,Ir returned to oinerwt Sutunlny. C. twine binder and other machines and rest Htired that it hn never been in Mih l.orru: Diii.iov, of CntbOrchanl, Also a full Ntock of Landreth's, D. M. Kerry & Co.'s and Crossman's am prepared to put them up at short butter hands. l a Coii'li I4 And t r of thf sine '( fat gtmo home to upend her vacation. f tfelJ.mocfiti l I have all the reiaurs necessary u.. Garden Seeds in papers. Mit. Ci aiikm k V.. Ttk in Imck from Tun Superior Court has adjourned for and can supply tli'Mit t the smaller ht ntucky rmverpity for tho vacation. the summer. Among its last acts was to I. M. Ilrnue. cofet. Uive me acnuiu". Miih. Job S. Jom has gonti to rlMt her reverse the decision of tho Lincoln V Powers at I ronton. v other, Mrt. II Bkliicin tliat it will lie advantageous Circuit Court in the cns of Boone vs. Car-Load (i m. to the pmvuaser as well ad ourselves, we Connelly. As if to make an exens foi ll evclnsirely quitting so soon in the season, the court N!i Itoev Juvn left Friday for a will I1 on July I to I 'iH'iith'M vteil to ri'latived in I.exiiiKUMi for cash. Pron indebtwl to us will gives out that it has disposu.! of 2.WM Just received by ii. PariM. pUae rome forward and settle their ac cases during the eight years of its exisn M just count. WeU.ruml A Cook, linn.veTox Ho, of (iarmnl, tence. ii in ieoreUwii M'tnlnary, is lite guest vi lie, Ky. IKowsm. John Berry, whose people ' Mivt Monte Harris. ns :) live in the Highland neighborhood, whh i reported that hail as tars It Mksorh. W. U. ii mid .1. .S. Hock Dealer in inrbes through and cJinnk-- s oi lee ! or i drowned neiirMCubanks, Saturday. Mr i attended the moi'ting of Uiu Cumber of one's Anger, ro Jim Carter tolls us that Berry and other Inches long, tho sie .Ui.l " ijtiifn rtllrY btnd Co. Ht IxukIoh. ""if Jiv cwmiy, fell in went into the railroad wild to bathe, l""i and chil- ambling Tery much ruck Mi Kn.li. Pbrmwak vicinity of Unwell' Mill, In this when he got into water over his head, li i. BviiIhIi and l.arille, of Nownoit, the .ouamage vo mock and Iwing unable to swim, was drowned. ,ir. iiting tut wiiiiiy oi uer miner, mt. wnnty, snturttay. Cor. Main and Somerset streets. reported. or crop of He was about '20 years t ago. t K Wittera. .I,.!! Mi- Mosii Pr.v.N, of Ilryiuit?vill KniTOK A It. DyiMb, who was compliHohbi'H- .- Osiar smith, of Lebanon, to K'o mented with the republican nomination up to Ilrodheflil, traveling for Frank Bros., Philadelphia, T. Melloberihi for county judge of Uiitrol, has withlit r iiiuther, Mrs. claims that he was robbed at a Mu Ver- 11.. t. . nl .'ipaich iv.iit t fn wit) italicw " ti iiiite ill. n drawn from the ticket, beeatifco of the non hotel the other night by a .! l.dn otial Art i" Mu inoiM: Mn lrr C!ivi:h Ih bu''k increasing business of his jmper, the young man of town, who asked Having secured the services of Thompson, Sweetwater Valley, Tenn., where which demand- - his entire time. to occupy the same room with bun. I e Untight three carlotids of hheep. He Sunfunl, Ky another man put away a The amount stolen in stated at 110 in In Turlman Houm I'.mldmg, Thus does IWCB. -. mh tlu'cropi in that section are very crown. e.ihh, ;12 M in checks and rUOO in notene 1 am now fully prepared to do of the AsMi-sUo- n MaxurKK was driving We withhold names on account THE 5TH EXHIBITION S. V. Mk.nkuek and II. M. of the young man's family good standing New land are lmck from (.iuurgi'toivn Col- along the pike in front of Peter Hampinvestigated. D. Wear-eattacked her horsy, causing it until tho matter is lege, and Will ti. Ijickey, Jihu ton's bees and Joe Jones from Central I'nivei to run oil, overturning tho buggy and As we surmiDim i.im tiik llosou. throwing Mis- - Menefee to the ground, ed Mr. J. M. Mcliobert.", Jr., is too senM. ANDF.i.t). I.iiia.s Wmi.mmh, of Hustonville, brui-in- g her up considerably, bin not se- sible a man to accept the nomination for was Iwbly damone of the pioneers of the Christian riously. The vehicle county judge by the prohilitionits, t'luirih, ih in the city to visit his (laugh aged. even if the acceptance meant an election, ttr. Mr. Ir. I.ee Hullman. I.vxington of the rain the game be- which it docs not by any manner of Us account All work warranted and promptly done. Press. Modest and unassuming he tween the iNTUiion JoiUNAiJi fcnd the means. W 1!! e HtlH left Niturday for Centre College nine, Friday afternoon, never sought political preferment from MitwliKitTiKliiUiiY PENNY-DRUG- S her home ut Coiumbia, accompunied by on the latter's grounds, was called at the the party to which he gave aid and comMiss Mary Nell, w ho has been visiting her. end of the M inning, with our boys two fort for the best years of his life, and he The young people will greatly miss both to their opponents' nothing. Al sever- is not disposed now to oppose by his of them. ance pitched and Ueorge Penny caught candidacy a man, who has been his Mi.- - Lillus Tnnkk, of MeKinney, for the I. J's, and demonstrated that we friend from earliest youth. Hut we will who has been a pupil of Hamilton Col- are going to have a good battery. There let Mr. McKoberts speak for himself. lege, Lexington, during the past bession, were no esi.eci.il features, save that Joe His card of declination appearselsewheie BIG PREMIUM Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall the guest of Miss Mannie Pates. Mid-w- Burton distinguished himself by taking in this issue. particular and catalogue ade'reo I'er Clipper. in a very long tlv. Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. M. J. W. Lsi.ky went up to Middles-- I J 11. COOK, Secretary, Jewelry and Silverware. TiiKbxauitning trials of Engineer Meals, iro to engage in business, yesterday. He llustcnville, Ky. ,,,.tJ acres of clover to For Kent-:?- -') Harry Oeer and three other is a worthy and capable gentleman and Fireman graze or cut. H. A . Middleton, Crab Or LESMEN'to$ell Nurtery witl give no caiiM) for regret to the man train men for shooting and wounding Alt cool warranted tocV Section Boss Cuinuiings, an account of chard, Ky. who employs him. 1'eroianent, p!ea- Railroad beWheat harvest will commence in a ant mcriuble positions for the richl rmtn. (oou Tho Mil Wm. MiCoiiMliK, of the Inter- which we gave at the time, was held valaiicund day or two The crop appears to bo an ducementt toexpentefc paid weekly l.iiicral in. tipmr.ers. No previous expend state NortB, Williamsburg, who with his fore a tmiLMHirale at Barbourville Satur rue lor itnn, nverage one. lintnt tree. Prescriptions Care Prompt Attention , wife is visiting his relative, Mr. M. K. day, when each was held in ? 1,000 hail l HAM I riperr. C. M. Spoonamore sold to Smith rfir Ro heMer, S Y, ? .Meiitinii court. Prof. W. F. McCla-ry- , Cox, of the Hubble neighborhood, paid to the circuit a witness in the case, sas that those 15aughman i mare mule colts, to be de given to Engravus a pleasant call Satunlay. uLDfully Compounded weaning time, for is down with who heard tne evidence were satisfied livered at Mu. Mi it Vooiiov p n TlfiTPr. T;rn7r7irrj-inr-.Senator Stanford owns the largest have been acquiting and Repairing is wife from Piueville. seven little that the men should world. It is in Tehama died there last week of measles' ted, and several volunteered to go their vineyard in the tables at all hours, day HISIONVILLK, KY. county, Lai,, and covers !,- -. aereo. of Watches, Clocks and whooping cough and he wanted to bail. Proprietor. Mrawbcrries are bulling at ?1 a crate. P. W. GREEN, get Inn away from the dangor. A numubi: of cars were wrecked on They have been too cheap to ship for iUvinc reproduces and Tiik Somerset llcpublican and Jewelry. the above and night. lt'el prepared to hotel.'refitted the at Pittsburg Friday freight train accommodate I am our paragraph relative to the engage- night. The train had been cut in two in the past three weeks. Somerset RepubGood Rati reasonable rirt-d- a in tlc lican. ment of MisH Pettus at Mt. Xenia, and l.nery nd Sample Room attached order to bet some cars on tho tide track. Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. Miller, owner of Sainfoin, Sir James aids. Miss Lily is a most excellent The grade is very heavy there and the B.H DANKS, Jeweler, J S WELLS, Ph. G. Presc. Clk. winner of the Derby, is but '26 years HOUSE, young lady and a fine teacher, ami it caw left standing got loose in some way the W. I. L. ad of age. Ho paid 7,500guineasfor his gives the senior editor of this paper and crashed down into the others. NoF. B. RILEY, Proprietor, horse. pleasure in icconiineiiding her to lusold body was hurt, but a good many feelings - Mainbtnet, Opp SI AXl'OKD, Ky. oc K. London, Kentucky. M. F. Elkin bought of J. A. neigluiors of the Mt. Xenia neighbor- were lascerated by the long and vexaCash ami am Inter Givons, Leslie Carter, John hood. This is onoo.' the host school Ihacm"ed t mv newomr ntelanil the jiitblic Mr. W. Ci. II. tious delay of the express. a oiate in Lincoln county and the people Sala, master of trains, went up and Fred Heichenbach a lot of butcher catt.e lrcp.iredthaueero anJ e.cry concn.ence de- - I Lord J. er) attached irrd O e me a a'J. at about 2J cts. are the cleverest on earth. IKANK RILEY. spent the night in clearing the wreck, s At Commissioner's sale of the hlH llrst trip out blnco ho was so badly CITY AND VICINITY. .1. I). Yarrington bought Spoon-amoro. InteriorJournal lliirlin. Fiikpii cnr-lon- d Knnawhu Salt at Mark " Old cioli and silver taken in exchange crops of the two years. That is what for goods. Full vahiu allowed. oc- AM READY FOR BUSINESS. wr wa.uton.I3us. Me-gibbe- n's 1 1! ?-.- sr. ROBT. FEISTZEI.. to-da- y .4.RUPLEY,-- -- O j i Blue-Gra- ss to-da- ca-e- PTt I'ini-vill- Au-oh- Ter-hun- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. a i ! 5t-- A. A. W AV11EM9! Pens and Deans in hulk. 1 -- For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks White Onion AIIVKRTT-KMKNT- 1 Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red RICHARD toll-twil- no-lir- (' WARREN bi-si- u fl'r I t mi1 Fresh of Kanawha Salt 3 i Mil-to- 'u MARK letAMJiira M 1 1 Groceries, Hardware, &c, conse-iuenc- I .i- -il lii-org- ' 1 - well-know- 1 l fr-i.- i lu-h- Jess THOS. DAJCTON, OF CHXCAGO, I Mu-mw- . n - ALL KINDS.? WATCH WORK - ktonville Fair July 22, 23 and 24, swiih A. R. r LIST. and JEWELRY a "Wanted net-ar -- firt-Cl- a IAMPBEN WATCH9 Watch. Best - v.ii-r.- ;" Mi t f'-'i'O. -- . m 3-- 1 riMD-1- k '3-"- " ; tleet-foote- THE RILEY - V?. B. McHOBERTS, Court-HoiK1 dis-tru- ts I DR. ELLIOTT'S i W.I-gu- Nr.w (ilassware unit V. Jelly lilases at injured. Ci-os- farm Capt. SWO acres of the farm ' at Sl-'- O per acre. ' A. Warren's. Horry and Ice Cream sets 75c a H. Is. Niihit set at Myera'. m m m Fou a HraWlusH hhavo or Win. Kilift I)tiot Mreet, - haiM-u- t oto - - Ir you need ness call on J. a good set of buggy harII. Foster. Death. Mrs. Sidney Philips, who has many relatives in this county, died at Hrvantsville last week at an advanced age. Tiik opening Hop at Hale's Well will occur next Friday evening, when Mine Host Spoonamore says tho dance will bo called promptly at s.;J0. A lino Biippor will be spread and everybody is invited. A good band will be in attendance and a iirstclas8 time is promised. Call. hiring the terrific rain and hail storm of Friday evening tho whole town was startled about 7 o'clock by a blinding flash of lightning, followed lnstantlv by a report which seemed to burst the very ear drums. In a few moments the report was flying that Miss Mollie, daughter of Mr. J. U. Hales, had been struck and killed. Investigation showed it to be untrue, but she had one of the closest calls imaginable. She was sitting reading in an upper room, when lightning struck the porch within six feet of her, tearing one of the posts out and burying itself in the ground. She waB thrown from her chair and rendered insensible, but after much labor by her parents she was restored and in n few hours was nearly all right again, though she felt for a long time like hundreds of needles were piercing her flesh. I Lexington Transcript. A Suro Curo for all Diseases In Twenty horses were tied to a barbed &f lOUISVItlt NtW AUUMT jjHjCjSO Rt (Q wire fence near a Missouri church, when the lightning struck it. knocking all the A horses down and killing four of them. 5 years old, is tho I.vaviiis both An Indiana cow, mother of S calves. When '.I years old LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Arising from Impurities of tho Elood, and calves, she gave birth to l from Functional Derangements. Daily, Secure to Travelers in the spring of 1SS0 to twins and last week to two healthv steer calves. j& flfrlfJIHis THE MOST RAPID ROUTE A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN Mercer was visited Saturday by a se between rain uuil hail, which ...-Ever attempted Uiv.r and the preat commercial vere storm of wind, 'PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. -. nn ChieaLro. and hence i iK.n did much damage Lightning Struck ll tne ftet time and rnoit comfortable lraini be. . C. ilailry, General Mircbaiitlie, T irnerville Penny, JliiiKgwt. Stanford, ForsalebvA. R. nu tween all point in inc oouiH. ur in mc Co Wayne.burg' Hock of sheep belonging to Atwood Dav- Northwest. The counterpartof thi tram on all V .v II Jncs.Mt Salem, W I McCaity, Druggist, KingsvilleJ C C 5ooch Ruwl-nt Routen, Druggist, Millcdt;eville i rth ir clller, rruggit. trunk lines is denominated The Limited Express. V It M HhMTSon, H Cum is and killed 15 of them. It also killed n The superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons Crab Or hard W I)r, nut. General Merchandise. I'reathersvillr. - A ilium. " ,,..!.. MeKinney, C H Ilaker.der era) Merchandise, Highland Unlimited Csmlnrt $;500 horse for him. Mcnon, get Monon and sink to .Monon, it Say In 18(17 the corn crop of the United you want to save money and have a pleasant jour. half the yield of that of " States was about for lull Information, time cards, maps, folders, 18S9, but the corn crop of 1807 sold for eu.callonor.iddres V. G. CRUSH. T P. A , LouiNvilIe, Ky. for us much money in the markets as that IAS. DARKER. O 1' A , Chicas". Ill llvak Kteplny, Short JInnd, Ttitgraphy.Jta Itf'V r Or W. II. McROIlKRTS, Agt , Stanford KV Writ or Catalogue and full information- of 18S9. The same is trim of the wheat Medicated Food, NEW FAST MAIL HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs i ll M , j j I K d; I BRYANT & STRATTON Business College t ACUII IE? btf UIOVIbkEi ifcsf J i . TfrwattrtSMfrya;BtWM.iftfa rwiiiiiiiMt riwMtahifi jtii iirmm "5? - C Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT FINE WEDDING CAKES. A Work of Art Thnt Cost About Soven Hundrod Dollms. l T1 Published Every Tuesday and Friday JC V not so paid Plfilt YKARiIN ADVANCE S2.50 will be charged. lirurr'ttt. la Kiir-l.lnj- jt anil Solttntro l:lnr JillriM 1 lie llriilnl Cake) Onleroil by n Sew York !tiirtlii! Slim A K.C. t LOCAL TIME CARD. Caterer's Comments, Train leaves Kowtand at i :.,o p. m L.&H. LOCAL North South... South North.. .. North Hailtram going " Ecprcsi train ' Local Freight Solar The abose U calculated on standard time, time is about o minutes faster ".'..'..'... bourn- The latter trains also carry passengers. An enormous weilillns- - ciko towored like an Iccbt'r on'thecountt'rof a Sixth av nue ttitoror. To tho nverairo oyo it TIME CARD. mint liai annearod about six feet lilgli. TIip nctunl altitude, as the caterer ..H5m proudly stated to a Now York 2ovs I i6pm t. itJ9pm t'pon a wis three foet m nislv' silver salver, with lion's claws 6 30 ;ooa m , returninij I I 3;" elj-h- ..5. 3Pra for foot, was sot tho bnsis of tlily .suporb cart-wheel a straoturt', In stee and shape rosemblinjj Se"lh racy james ... .. ";.' -- b. ct Mccreary Con 'toss in this. ,. the Dcmoc- .0 tl e will 11. - .. .1... hi t ; it... Altlt J rtf -- II.I ... 1 a Candidate for rwicciwu nerlntendent of Common acnooi. Election next Stonduyin Atuutt MISS KATE BOGLE ..- V. H. MIELER M. BROWN county in the I. a Candidate to represent Lincoln Constitutional Contention. in sugar and touched with spots of color in tinted enntly. From this foundation rose a woiiilroifi oomblwv-tiono- f Htfuresplantsand llower-s- , ninduof .sugar and of candy, enriched with timings of colored JelHes, and with salted e almonds, sugar pecans and otlier kernels stuck In here and there as variations and embellishments upon tho artistic whole. The caterer swelled and glowed with the triumph of an artist as tho reporter examined thia master work froui various critical to.itli-somstand-points. frostinr elaborately ensbelllslied with wreath, and garlands of (lowers molded ohese, anil covered with 'Now then," said he. "tell mo that 111 nek you what you party for Jailer Is the nominee of the Republican support at the know about beauty any how. (lo ahead of Casey County and asVs your now, will you?M August election tho ohallongo The reporter on tho general ground that he bad never jgSg?& Dr. A. S. during a protrttctfd experience upon SURGEON DKNIIST. this uiundkiio sphere run id the most . .. tl .tt.l...l.l esthetic surrounding- - enjoyed such an mc Office on Mam street. oer w I)ni( Store, Stanferd. miliar feast as waa hero presenteil to him. "It look.s to gxo,l," said he, "thut a uliro could it." And MORGAN, D. D. 5. crowning eattribute soof impre.od this R. C. tho ' reutor of the object to whim it was DENTIST. House, paid that he invited the reporter to n nip Olticeon Mam street, opposite Poriman painless ot mmaschino uml an lew. "I'd glvo you U,is given for tip stairs. Nitrous Oxide a slico," said be. "out you can't cut extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCK. slice out of 650 cakes for fun, you know." The reporter ventured the uugetion AV. B. DR. that $i'0 was a prttty still price for a wedding cake, and tbo dtapontw of sweets responded with a somewhat inOffice South side Main street, in offic recently dignant snort. vacated by;Dr. I. F lliffiuan. bunford, Ky. 'Well, that depend- - upon the w adding. Thorn are atm? weddlntp thnt a S10 cake would lx dear for, and soma oppo 'hat Are Worth all tbo cake jotl want to I have re.aotedni, office to my re.ide.ice, at all plvy them. I Uiai. ClkeS for from SJO tito Female College, where I will he fiund "lG" KMU- to S50, and 3ell lot of them to nice ieo- vt times. I wood I",. r pie, too. I.ut th'.-- are not originals, i I Al.t.TtS you know. When something extra nice & ATWOOD, and new is wanutl It hna got to he paid fjr. You oan't expert aiuts to work ESTIITE EGEETS. for fun, can you." Ho wrnt on to explnht that nowadays City, Tenn. 1 weddinj dike i. :.. a weddirjf c&'io ma-.- t be a croaiun by Itself, hi tbo XV. R. CRESS, tiit pUce. eeca line cao must be d and fruitcu after a new fashion. ESTATEIAGENT, l hti necesttit"'.'. too esorctwof muoh uud iskiil on the part of tho Sarljourville, Ky., cb f. Tu.'fl t.to tieaija hail to be Bp'ially made by tlic saar cook. Has far sale som 01 th . hute oroserty in the toorailts cit of ll.rhonmHi. CorrosXMjdsncf 01 ten an attrmpt wa m.id to render It solicited. appropriate t i'.ie coca- - ioa. Thus, ft sportuman'b JAS. G C.IVBNS. wh-WM.AYRBS J. Un't a beauty and dfr-lln- PRICE, .. 1 PENNY, FIFTY YEARS CHAINED. A North Ciiriillnii lillot Who I'ossesscil t'piiiarUali.o Mrencth. Kz.itrrla itoh Lint Ja Hill die I a few dart ago at hU notne. Hvo miles above Trinity Collego, E. P. FAULCONER. Trial j 31' ( ns vvesr old. Nrd ly the ureal .V ('.. agrd evinty years. He was a ir ol Nutwoixl if ,, Wedgewoodusons ' lu. most remarkable charaiter. He was IWmont llov ' $ Fred Arthur i is', und the jo Iwrn an idiot, but slnee Infancy has 41 d duutihters in Kinkead list Contractor ii4(, sire li it dnm Kettle posse-weof Dr. West physical stnngth to a t uro i& dam fall stslcr to it, hy Jim list, diii Pri'iir I'nin ep lu. 14 in tlir and was well formed in overy par- Monnte. sire of Monroe I) Jlonrw tKilir llates Chief a iS(, criMt(". one of ticular, with the exception of his 37x5 Males, the ,le.indir'lriHd mares in ihr I n , I.iidj Monroe 10, MnntiM Chief if, lit Ahdallah 1 191, Kint. Jim suS und 10 othtrs in aj head, wMob was so oxtrrmely M.W KLOCK I.h lir.i - tttt !d, ui, han ' lit. Mlh nmtnactl) luil irnii l.ne .me foal ' as to jrlve hitn mortt tho Sineof (irnetaS i io, Hcttie Junes t 1IK1.MOXT CMILFIs n crtNtt hrs, possess a hills iraik ter AHd trolled V Fall inti' enr old, t 14H, Keller 1jS Mitttle of r beaitt tli.sn of man. lac rare st miiHtti) of form and beauty, aad with (.limine IIS , espei t klm to trot i .r so this Fa'l ThornUtn f is and St, Solo s jH. Km u of KHFg nitd hisrat his ts) , frictionlcss III. produie v When but a:hild ho wa.s of.cn no vio- bktoa lines, there is n reason, villi vroe.1 ntl the dams of I'hatlesloii 1 rr. Lady )' 17., he will make aaieUriie and fine. aui like 1. ran1 m nnhleir iiinmi K'XkI mares . Wimiiu t Sifma S'u i, h should not Ixvome the enti of mm Wilkleuwtit lent that it wild neeessar to chain elvphone 140 and others Three of the shsst this secttnn. illustrious hftht-r- and shier I'h real taluc in lu pedigree rt t in ihe f him to the floor. Nouithn'andliig this jreit lrv audthe ipihii of iSyb at my stalilcs at recrtds were made in in iSiS, the rernatainn lest Will make that he lepreaeat hone. n individual were made la 1W0. unnatural fxlnteniw he grew and McKintvc). ICj whose Mentors mi sides wen both .iar p. r IIY AL.Mt)NT strengthened day by dny. until hts ohain lormrrs and producer, ol horses thet uld g i' ' route sad get lh money and KmtU k $30 the Season, ' dam LVD. line dim of Lady MHna 1 t was not MUllk'tent to hold him. and two toll. MroMH Chief 44J sire of Maswe 1 jlt and the from goad wares will do likewise or three times he broko looj- uml IKhI With the usust rrtiirn tuittlece. Limited to jo damsnl Altamont SV, UiHj Majitlitai ty by $fi0. Money Duo when Mure Proves During his brief liberty out.iJe mare to tho wood s j r crow 1 dam FA N'N' IK (dam of IHtlly, dam c( Director art a tiger, and It wa with Foul. he wa as vi j 17, 'Ihorndale ' K. Oaware) t K MM of diCtvult to nv.p'uro inl rturn him to J S, Johi. F I'nvne a s'H lloorl s b) lien Ir.toklin, son of llatrac, son of Fear his place of o.it'notnent. lie was fasts nautfh'. c lien Franklin's dam hy 1'ocluic 1 1586. ened with siroufc-i-- r bnd.t, and with the Copiietltuttoin, d dam by SosWeinit'r, so of oxcjptlon of ,t few da t ho nnnained Sir Art hy aoiiiiflmp. Uiomed SIRf.D r PALADI.Vi: tsti the at M Kim mil stt'ii at my sit AMallth Mnmbrino gltes rsx e horse qaalitto ubuinod tho Uoor in the sano room seatar ol (By I Ltmhletoman 10, dam by A nerit m 'Mat They ar horsin tlure- - mt thtfeja'k. lo the tolts thai he h.ts prod u ted for about llfty es of esireme speed, couni5 and level heads, with lie had an dam PllCHAIIONTAS.by Amrti.an (In ,, No lioue la ihe stamina 10 stand hard training .ur of Ihe dams uf i 1a the to list, , n " , insati.U( desire for tearing to piivei VERMONT, Kentucl y has grown into nopuUnit mote rtpully by C M Clay, J r salsireof the dams of 11 any thing that ho could gU ami at tha-- i he hnsaad with the same Mass of mate hat l'i- - iiediree of dm 1111I11 t rn. gained such notoriety. If )ou want a horse tvltn e dam MAKY ANN. br Alexander AbdnlUh , times it as impotelhle to keep hlm 11) Oiir (sire of the dams of Jerome Mdy e iron clad tonstilttlitta ett , then breed to Abdallah , t at olothetl. Vax w at spun tip into tviarse, Maml noo He is aba yreal dam producer anl J i, ett son of llamhletonian 10 strong thrssafls antl woen In'o cloth, wm da ill c a noted prepotent aire a seal drown, PObtNKit , rtra old which was iloabllatul juiltMaudmado Ily Dr I W L"w m's Waterloi that has a tt.ord hand, fine slv.bt, handsntnelt il"i4rtioned n sery proontmg of 1 o and is t.tmJ.irJ bred. See pedutree ol StOO, With Return Privilege. lleiombino the llamblri,4ii into garments for bn.i. bu with his Loan'. W'aterlo rro beaked h, Alevaioler's hUnl i'i Water!-- ) r teoth and his Uilon-hkt'.ng'Td ho tore nd shottld ptstducr great spie-- and te.narka nt daiu by Levi llultldc's old Stonewall JaiLsnu tmeioiMice Hit descendants tie serttin to pi Ui thrnds. Ho hrj been known them hands high, nark bay nod a Keuleu i oter rrtat, both upon the tratk and in the sin t 5131. to tear to pkws a solid sti-of hickory fine breeder f jod horses tor all purpose, and wood wltli uuihlug but his teeth and will sum! at $80 to Inntlro. S I K K I) II V PRIKCT.P 8 $J. llngrr.s. lie RtD an rnvenoualy x n lion, Mnmbrmo jitf) (Hy Woodford to Insure a Mare in Foal. and could drink, without the slightest $6 dam l.'iTlll'. t l. by llamhletonian 10 streof Totepheae to all points Mares bred c t dart, brown, or Mact, Waterloo, Jr , it a tery the d.ms of 1 rmket s 14, bs Print eps. Oeaosn shares a special!). Mate graiodM oc per wr. pain, boiling collee. s. (rood tare taken of stock, but al fine mane and tail, compactly fonswsi, full id wS, bv t'rinrepa. lreeolmter t 14W by1 tasb. n. On BDvor.il of the luiiil. uuh high, fine st)le and attioti and a line Priacetoa 1 10K. hy Princeps, Earl ji, other stock, bred monev storb and then 'rr.' ' to m risk. Males b) I'rinceps family narroviv eaca-x-.- l being Lilleil by producer uf oruliined hore , pettectly kind in the due Males brr.1 m MoIHe (dam of KM Leann5S. Lottie 1 at. parted with forfeit ihe m.orame. him. One 'v.ilng n sister star'id to ditposition and a xire foal filter Will Maud at 1 damLou Island lllatVHawA re. sw.t t t ssre I have a good ira k b) id uae secured ihe tin ..J Prince JiS, s . tfrnfigsire of to nriOt i;o out of doors. She passed Urn near $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. ce.of Sam C'lloiri. jntl J I'. i,ray, both men below t to, and Ureen's Rasha with 10 epetieiit.e, who will lc pit aw, J w handle t hitn and h isF1"11! - u,f '''' grtnt t 40 perlormers slot k for you AN thiee ,jood oiin foree. knotki d her tlnnih the door into I nort,) refi.tered Herkshirr h gs for dam bt ttellfounder sire ot dam of HjiuHlelj-matN S, nd for canl of I'tieiidrti pedigree, ri 10 tho yard, so bft'.ly inirin? her that it I ' dam by Seagull lem r voln re.on JACKS ALL WELL BRED, was no. th-- i :ht poiR'l foe h r U old hi and years Ilt.tfailur tor him b?fon his Two 3Season old past, at $0.foalod. due hen roh is death, or.otigbtoni.iln-tai- n 38 leu retained on allcsilL f"- the season money rrope'ty a wretched lite tiirjrjh alt these Mares kept on reawnaole terms, but ho HAbtUiy joara. It v.as atipuUted In tho will for accident.. tl r. . to OIVKNS li tve added n' bntfgir., w J i, to ni'Vmg nit .la t sc t'mt he elioti! i not be taken to nit ay-l'iitlt literv busines - t J it t its '1 short noi r in lln. e tion and tha1 '.9 should bo kpt on tho SFXLLION', Till. COMI'INKU nolur s.m Ice.litiiC !) Itie lat. ."l r nionth a I fit KMONll old hocjaj:e-i- . .pet lit) Belmont Chief 8689, -- Maple Shade Stock Farm.FauloonQr, Boyle County, Kentucky. 1 . t. do-grc- e, i;. 1 1 i' ik-I- n; Alxlallali Inmbriiiu 1 i;. 'tr . -- lt-- 1 1.1 1 opjsttr-initi- s I tt, ,t J 1. 1 m-- . ! - 2 Horses and 1 . 3 Jacks. 1 yar. REIBEN ernu-ii- 1 WATERLOO, JR., -- I i' ,1, 1 .1 Mtar-Cl- ai' o l 1 !. Ilavclolc . 1 niben Prin--cp- 5' 1 1 t, ros.-or- ds '- 1 n -- lli. 4 11. I I liivery Stable. H 11 !.T Arthur Sims, 3041, s , , I , m r I Dentist. A ZIO . Ha.IL 11 3TOKY. Harrison Chief, Jr., ill ma-- f I jo, ;m J .n. t n til) ky Wyandotte, M.n he 4 w 5526, niak- - r.uron aunr t REMOVED! I . - ; y ALLEN RML Johnson REAL lcgx-nuit- y " well-ijcow- n AYRE3 327 Fifth St., 0l-y- & - - G1YENS, , Lav.-- daughter was u, u.i-r.t- sl a'eouplo of years and Attornoya at S. irNe r Louisville, Ky. troduced .i decorntloni;. A uionih ago .i wealthy yon a 3 New Yorker who l. a limiting .rent breeder of dujf.t pot in"rrled. lite cjlori, of liu fu"orite tt. ; fjrrufd ,th ' flpi.v-- . on the cake, .and br.eshoost brtdk- -. trhlps. e'o., wore in- rioniiU'd iadi lu'tdal caLe h.td a portrait, in wax and jp, and '),v j nil H .id n Harness and Saddle Horses and dealer in Fancy Roadsters. C 1 n c. T. SiLHBXBGE, rcf Horses lioiuht nu c a t V l'llicrn si-a- r e F f-t- : s-- a,-,- f C I saNU'D' fjrrf ky i fir i el ires r i MOTHERS FRIEND" M5Y 5-,oTrl- HlnM. LESSENS PAIN DIMINISHES MftRf .v. . - va hi t brti '! ftnorito lollie. The horv cak oo.t 82.i. 'lho dockc ran higher, , tlio wa. dojjt, 1. : I to he eopi'ii.iUy modeled by a sv. ,,!v, jr. IU oost wuh &IQO. l'ii as i.hm.' prints seem, tho ontorot ulnlms to - aiirpa-tseI' them. lie tell of n I iliforuia millionaire who, vwien his i..!'hter nmrriisl, had two woild;n made. One we.? for tho bride ami tit" other for the groom. They atood '. ."" feet six inches hlrh each, and I I the bride'a cake was bake si a pair of I'iimond sulitttlro earrtnsrt uud in too 1. moms a splendid solitalro rlnjj, which u 11' to :atKy enouga to secure 'llti'tso cakes cost the .ji 11 "'i cuu. it 1 uii .i ." a-- :!-- - mii n.inkicwa LABOR Sf" of n.tpp.v DAJ'goTHER 8RADFI&D REGUlATORCa mANTAg.il SSID OYAU ORUGSISrS. OLD JCcwnort N ST. SOXJTB .l Mm-'i- pj 1 Ue J" c Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, Iianv". iTTktMaili Solid rams to t i) .MI Kast and Soutl east. Onl) one night out Corrected Tiint Card lit F.ifect pant. lrvn Lexington. jn. it, iSo. Accoai j STATIONS. Lvc Stanford ' V " Lexington. " r.xprask. .. is ji n'n' 6 10 pn 7 00 jim 7 . ,P"h ,D,l''y I.X. 3UU. j 11 1 I Arr Clitrloin ' Clirton Forge. ' Ltiichbtir: " Charlottevilk " Huntington Jve.iiunliiuUli " Cattctttburi;. K. U. Junction. Mt. Sterling Morehoad Olive Hill Ashland . Winchetter 40 am 43 pm 6 40 pm pm PI P 7 40 pm 9 at pm 17 am'is ji n'n HJW 3" Pm .. 10 30 pm 10 4J pm 11 15 43 33 J 5 35 5 . la 1 07 put iopra Ji pm P r f-- " Washington Haltimore PhiUdelphi4 ' New York "' Kuchmond. Va. " 11 45 ? m ... lu 50 am 2 35 pm ; i H1 0 is 9 ao pm a 40 pin 7 jl 30 51 nut w ere nlo t'neri, ho made said. lie was conrttaniiy eall d upon o fivit luinilouine ;iujj., in jkc for ordiup 1 suppxr parties. Ouoo nary uaiu-inja man brought Uni a pairot bntt.rleuto be nut in a rake. Tkey were m large thut the chef bad to Mark the rUue where they w ere put in order that the a. vor of tho uuko mi(7lit lie able to know how to cut into It. .t Tho ooftthtst w .sldin euko thi liad cer turned out. he iiaid. was 1 u a to Li? thut it hud pi ed at .VJ". w ' ' fePtoua table b iUiif. ami it took a v. ck's work of the euk. ami sugar cooks who, by iho way, art dih'inet artists in the t".ule, 10 munafa ".1 u it. It was made for Wall street in:m on tito oocusiou of liliiiecitnd tuartiL.,,'.' to u lady who hail been divorced from her previous I: u band, 'ihe happy bridejfroom hud mude a ittreuucu kick ut the amplitude of the hill, the euterer niated, but he hud tlnally pnid it. A. be Migued tho cluck, thin oraeioiu authority states he remarked to hitaaielf: "Weil. I jfue.wj (she's worth it, anyhow." A (,'reut v f -- el ., v, ut.'li no provided aepnratoly. father 5701, 1 xcluiv. of the Jew- mn ,' party cak.s wtvh jcwi!i :fs in vta .a Slavery tti ATrlc.t. Rt'arntl v. ue 'ortUng to a ator '.ris- the t.rrmrtn by the I'Ml-d- d,lctsl V i.-u- Dr. Aup. Xlucllnr, a leimr I f $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, Saxony, wow rei.ll3f ?.vn I! .l'.hj. ill O.. toll t of a fauiw J" h.iliirtj l:t bit Sound and all riht regular nor le allowed to erte Money due breeders mares that are not -y. aay the Cli i.t tire ten Ihe oil i ic, mjrv void r irall.trmi A '.'iTncj-- ; tar, v.hlo!t (Uv.t for thci doc.or's Iwn will I'c held on all tolt. until isid for an I'edigree - Harti.on Chief, 1. t r Kdfv poaweaurti nil tho is a ed unrjues sorrel, ataml. it htntN j inches in br'ght: o." .. ; ' --.l:a:w n tat- -: "It win 5 years old this sonny., ha. I.t tail and inane lie Clark ChM.f, is on tbo Vith 4 May. w.i thro of by Harrison Chi-- is he h dam Lute, the th sire dam of Mis Lady 1 heme 1 o -- lock In t'io aftor.uoa. a slian ISanker 1 g 'I he dam of Harrison Chief, Jr, is of a mare bl4ck fKiiiJ i."Jitealy crj." in the hyasoaot Walton s Mamhrnw het outMinrtokey, bv Alexander's Abdallah, id dan. jparena ot": ny native TiTa?. Bar he by Old Lexington, jd dam lie shawhsn's Ions . Davy ilam Hill, he V.'.'lnrr in aift tN" : . i'Jy thun- Crsstkct; byjthRail Moskiim-- . 4ificihilim by Wells' l dam t) llalcorii, der wan vl if a 'j .: ir 1. .i 1 it Crusader. v. " Mr W H Wilson ef Cynlhiana. k , Mild a b 'ran tj hall. ' .ir .t.ull cumbined (elding, full brother of .At flrnt, but tliey rt,dlv j Jr , for $.,no, also a sold two others Harrison Chief at $1,710 Mr icelding (ot .1 i"Ij lad Abe Itenaker .old another comlnned llor.e is mote the izeof hea'n.jf . the breen of this jouitn eeany other snllmn a the) bring all fleti to plaj?-- of cift'y and v.ir Jfio., o iftrr sought ian watcUJ7 tlu awful botibr.rJ . 1;. AM lielltr.pn f than m ' thrr stallion is?rUttioa wsj bna$a Hzt luo tie Mt Splendid 1 vuiii Saddle M iIIkhi, earth nal tii orop dwtroyi. It it :cn horror the pjple ! tho they ml.v that e were Inetrin.iBj and tho uar of f 1. The Will mate the season ford, at ray slaMe at Stanf.m xtortt W43 dea?nin;. ai is all-- ; tone 1 ' sU i of a toue'ip. utao tl is0'4 of a zlzii. vsi jrreat $10 to Insure a Living Colt. masftci of iuo foil that " n fully as Monet due when the coll is foaled or the in tie lwT.ro art die lour af that lamp (which with was about ilw iarhm in tliantet r). patted Denmark is a heaaiifal seal brown, with Laijle Yes. sir, i tra.v well lo.k f.ri..;etl. but good maueaml tail, 1; In lids i inches high, will e handled t ) ears obi this Sprtui;, has grv't lumpt of lct foil that vc!?i:id As more than two wreks, but heneverfullboen gaits and ot is mil tl; v btkl Ln: ..kt u;on the best prospect for a producer l saddle and pju:un. State. this part ol th --n two aid Icrhoa lor.y: rreat combined horsesbyinOn Time, he theStonewall br He wassired h raed ni3' 1? uf loo tiny ore. Ilorsos he hy Washington Denmark, ho by lllacfc sndeaulo oru utrii'ken and raanlcsl Denmark. by son ol Mexander's Norman. 1st dim in the fl"KU, !!: roofs of houa-- s wero Cenail dutn oe of the nest road marcs etei tral Kentucky bonten la, -- carcoly a bu'.lilsjf " And that is not a'l. In petlirte ) u will find r t tl retnlinff rr.:lIiou.s of thr-n- , lell into the rhcr and ami thee c stalii iito will ec mlitotoaN of tlic-t i.one reedtrs-ewro nwojtidown by tho current until rare lieantt all a do y wi ' 10I tierlt ire Send t r r tho Htreatn bevre cho'cal at t! i town tttir marc liere I NDID(.Iof Ortur.;;. and thn tlol ruatMnio f.u town and 3 .f it was aubr.ier,; '.. Tho oondi'loii Ixvam no serious tit i' t r..i appcul for public htrvor was ma.lCZ3fcZC) ear t" country. Peoplo who livetl i.rd-- r the shadow of the llartj mountains ur. w ihnt May day in 1Jj will nevr for' t . und it is one of tli thut Ui rent HUrte of that pooplo to tl.c dron und to travclen. That va a ilU.. etorru! It v.hu a plague!' V3fftV irkSv Cln. HENRY DANIE LC FATZ. Wflw&AJlSGM .vi 1 Corumri SmIIJ.-- .VIir Nsirnt N totcrn V i"Ji ULTTTRI-'-i s " -e.tr-rar'.:- r vm I'.n trit-- l on. wii OJl ' v:sm out lh' for . I - t$ ce it mr sia'.le at StanHa- - ion or O. L. trti Breakine; :n J our ol Ihe ta le. and vtill mil a CKOW at I'ei t I eas 'A l.mi ca.ler on 'nlord t i.e hei thr) i.i .rnrra' al any lime rr ,ti) I .ervemsrr. teerhotit liil luwisn nil's nofivti.t tjpte,f Ah I fro l I t will f and Training Stable. III K SIMs, o4i 3 .e Den-nplto- He has h id .ii'hiirnl rs,eneii expert hi the 'ui.itr ai ' hi rea Ulablt (,le him a nare it n mttrl.ian Insert 1 b')' s patronage. !;. ta' a- kT f, G-ovef- Messenger. , with u in , lit t.en Knot, re rd and " in tien Laos tt n i is t Us. Hero, 141, dam Daughter nf Arthur Sun. lam Lad Arthur, is by Boertxta Chief, .if s and many other goad oir m Lady Maud 001 of Lilly Arthur, thoroughbred II. 1. in i hands high and hat protn .ne a hne breeder Will Maad at .1 ly ,'.'r:-ny- j 1 -- fy . i.c.vl v.- - , 'l.Ji lr3--.l;3- bal'.-t.in- Eagle Denmark t!-- I t:-- i lack-so- stallion, in hands high, f ed April J.lh His i.i dam ty i.ray Fagte, .a dan oy Cop n;ert aiet. irkiJinm c He wasatred bv M Measeneier Jr , by, Mr.seogrr Cbiet, sire 01 Maud sd dam Issr j int( i.t dam Jennie Klmo jM10 , ami rino Chief, Mxmoriuo Htivwtt, jdiUm bv 4th dam by Imp Napoleon. Jib Jam b, rmpesl;("th dam Sy Tiger ; rth daml.) Harnab, s Iioutn 07 mede: Mh dam by Ljnmin s vt nip was 01m by aired Shipp's Paragon Messenger Chief Abdallah 1'iM , istdam lv Mail' rino Meseesiger jrf dam by Mambrino Chief, At He sited Maud Messenger t iW; Abel j 1 4M Msrtrel 1 .V. Man-mn7'isi, Itoiwrt II. record ) jj, trial iu i i4 and other fast onea. Abdallah Pilg ws stred by Alexamter's AbdaN lxh;i.tdam Hbuidina b Ntambrino Chiel He sued 1'it.kard j iAs. Rd lisnand others Alexander's Abdallah fs.ee of Kysdyk's Hani-hle- t man. sire of Dealer. i7kl sired tleld.miih Maid 14: Maje Lolaall 9, who in turn sued Robert McCiesur i 17, sire ol lluimie Mtliregor Ac, At 1 St. KliHti. resold j v, was sired by Aleaander s Abdallah, dam said 10 be by Imp. hVllfounder.Ac Mambrino Chief, the sire f ihe sesond dam of Mostt'liger Chief. Jr. sihk! the great Lady Thome iSt, and Mambriuo I'aithea; who in turn LiHsdon i soH and 13 other in ," aud better and also tired the dams of iuy Wikes 1 iH Par-01Wilkcrs it and the dtsms 15 otbert with records of 1 o tnd better Hewillstapd the season of ttoo at our stable near Turncrsville al Hi iSae g S20 by the Insurance. sVVANDoTTh, Hy Metmpotitait ot. ol the Ix.t bred . . Kysdyk s lltml.hplnnian, basing for b . a. dam ot hy Vnlui.ieer, toiend t Isesiei and Dictator, tie 17 n I Jay m 117, PbaiU. j 4 t 10 itl nam I ady .trUh s 1,1. .at rlsl ol Prtace latperhtt a j and dr. '.ah c, I ', s h t,r JsmiBinl'iri. Wsiii-- i m ,, r Ki dyk . II , taint 41 per eajt. c th' hletonian No. 10, lh too' .Irr Hie grcalr.i iro ting familt the world 4. rvrr kiown, 10, r.i- Ihroi gh his teins from 4 iileretit shsunel. . Rysdyk's Hamlilcioi'itn, oluatser, Metr i arfd William Welsh r A I I KIN. I an. Hatyaih iliaCn 1 lu . I 1 ( 11 .- -- IHE r Nt nUiIU I l LION. iis, Wallace Denmark; . an h Mjh goii) It-- . I'oaleil Mat K hands high heatv iiine and tail, 1, slrttl jiUd fm' t , is both j, natural and pleasant i I breeds lant.tr and when "tuietly driven 111 hunr guetllke a troiicr He . high tall title n ' .ids. la the third generation, is barked tti oughbieds on both .i.lis making bun ver) a d and sprighll) gait, in Itwi.i and Mm.li a perft model lie was sired he Sumpter Denmark, hy LtMldard s Denmark, he he l,ine. t 101 well's Deiiuiark. he by the rate horse, lienmsr he by Imp HtMlgeftru His rust dam wa. ..ribs Sir Wallaie.he allj Titthtinter s Sir he b) Sir Albert, (thortiiighhresl id dun l, annus 'lam ol irrmio. hy Irani.) ibo bred' hr by the t lel.r iieii Mhih 1 dip, dam a lnpp mare 1 I I 1 1 I .ed 1 la,av, $10 to Iusure a Living Colt. a i . 111 cat-ln- J K. A M (. tIO F.K Tu-'m- hai2-stoii-- i, I 111 -- iti. ' ') ! c pot-tio- - 1 n 111 ,!! I I I C - TAZ0O,11799. Krtoni I lUEfeCRESCFUT . ' ' gek ) I! tn more in the j ji list, olande dam of Vnba, retard 11) IIFLMON I, tire of Nutaood, aunK Klt D, l'oalu' April , lit" .ireot M ud s., m trd a 08 V, . TOM KOI5INSG1V, - niHj tiH- ' httU-fctori- u, no eLw ur '1 TJe4awv mWsxra"it . lasjiM - " S4 wmi , Dimbv Wllll'l'. 1 toU tire ot Ketsemer t ijH. js, (site ol Mloneaola t rH-I- ) ol Hymen, year old record tt record in Rag- of Childe lUralu, I ind sat t.rinddamofConnaught aire ot Cloamorr i ? I, rand dam ot Yuba tj'f llv M MIIKIN0 CHIltr, aire ot Lady Thorae ret ord 1 i(K- Dam Portia, br HOKIIUCK. Dam Dun un Dam of I'ottMW if l'orlis, of VolUire two-mil- e Denmark above. Iti riant ' v ler's Denmark, he b) die racehorse Dennnm. I'lorue , sd daut I ) Montgomery's lllmt, dan by Old Drennon. Tm Is a tine sbapnl !i ,r black with heat) mane and uul,i)k( hai '.1 g and natural saddler and hi. proton luf-- t fancy breeder. The abate tok wnl nuki I'ctuunoi d,! my farm j miles from Ilium ivllle, neart ain-- t Ur t Station, and will be permittesl to serve mar b) the insurance, I SjO ol Wallaie dam Wallace te atSl5; Tom atSlO .' t f , DBNMAFIK I,EXEI,L, S'on of .ill 1. e a handsnmt it fine and ot rot al hlooti. will be used pi it ate Slink luininlttrd to in) care and I reeilm wenty miles the short' t t ex-')- 1 1 a" !"' ' rMdl'oiiiiCmljrt . Ntrfktfl. Li m I 8. Traink leaving LeKinciin at 11 40 n in and 5:30 Snnd sim daily, except Ky and ennuct attheWinches. er for Richmond, tmi on K. C. R Limrled Vestibule Ex from NewYork.i'liUtdal. V Jiinston and at! poiut. r .t. airitc. ai p m. P " a!"'V ?lt'"ra i.eiinton at T47 ivicillliiinu. ,n unti 115;wuiiii .11 l'arr malt frnni ast. Kuntiligtoil, w. a, anil 1111 nx.ai Sun-Jaia 40 noon dad) Stanford 11 57 I'"', Accommodation fron Olltelilll and intermediate Richmond, Ky and points on iW K. C Ky tmvpsat LexitiKton 8:io. am, daily, ex Slantoni jo p m Sunday opl lie llcleU rsad read wa N. N V M demned tiht latingr. The outwurd pressure of titfht lauin? f o surely nifeots tuo internal organs that from the slmpo of a liver 0110 could determine to what period of the pojeor lielonjretl. KxuossUe lacing eauued i.iiolo portions of tho liver to disappear. Others grew atlornmally, causing changes of the mottt titul imiKiriance. fa-hl- on l.u'inj. V of Viiiow, of I'erliu, In a lectttro on dtMvusjti of the liver. conVirrliut; on Tight n a;-ai- ahia, tcpt aiiuusar-'ivel.exInjtouSt y. ,int. A Colt A luptoil by 11 Cutr, A young celt in .Mir.nebola, Dak., recently loot its mother by accident, and has been adopted by a cow, Tho cow has a calf, but wu-nt- s 1 i., K. n. n S. V. MORSK, C. P. A., Cm fnt'i , O her own offspring, nursing both with tho strictest Impartiality. j poor 0(iially between the colt and to divide lior and Cricadd In the tillage of Urei u wi re in a atute of greo'. agitation, as well att th ntewt heartfoit J'jy. They had a aon who hnti been wounded :.t Jravelotu in the war of 1870. The parent hod twietvid a certtiluate of bin death, eaiiu-tuaho had d.ed on the of Jlotof August. To tho ;rent parents and frieada, this d .ath notlun ha-- provin (uln. I.alcly the parents rcecired it letter frosi their uon Henry, in Algiers. This was the very ore thought hod tiled nineteen years lx fore. Henry Daciel rilatio in his letter that he had Uh u ukc-- i prisoner by tho Turks, brought to Aft tea ar.d givtn to a plantation ov vrr a- -, n present. There he worked for nl'ietcen y are in a hiTO, and iiiftcml t'.e moi.t cruc treatment; :na:u was throw to him raw und he had no lolliiiif oil hi I.0J1. t,inco 1VT0. He auid t!u : L.i h..d made bix tittempts to esea-e- . hating failtd eery litno. Tlnally, w a the plan...) owner waa j . vuHuccefis-ful- . dead und buii'tl, hi 'ihrtt cla.tH and three niTht ho vva on 1.1 fiigl.t, until he fell exhausted and tirid out. liithocil.. in v.iuch he fell he was eared tor and i.n nud u t Die time of his writing x le: r hi.ts.e by Uerman tmdeh-Kt.;itlnst '.:.. :"l t thnnee h r ; ur.y notice to I ic mi in uiily begged his patent his parents to h.. itn sot free. The ery (;"!. : of tho receipt of the letter the fattier informed tho ofliclals as wellii' he reral council, whereupon diipttchcu were sent to 1'or-li- n to effect t'i' lira' re! of tho i s t:-o- paia I.n.. taii:op.t Daniels fai-'ii- y be abuse record is no measure ol hi. speed; t.e rxpect him toco under ao this Hall. 0( will make the sensed on the farm of V s lltiine.V Co., Silver Creek, Ky.. S miles fion. Kithmond 00 the Lanutslrr turnpike. Union do for His oldett cults an romiu two year-old- . Michigan Points, Chicuzo, St. Louis, ill graze mares at 10 cent, per day and tslSI ilulfalo, take all Ksitle tare, hut are nit responsible for Clet eland. D.troit, limianapoiis ia ine tt est, a 1.' ulenls or escapes , , New F.iidlu'id, CO Canada, T S 111 RNWM Matins direst connei ti ns m Central Mjt At $40 to Insure. receite nit per.onsl attention l.rass furni.be at leasontbleraio o He paid for belure rein n al lock No rc.onsidilitt for ai ntenta r e ato Parting with stoi k forfeiit Inviirance .indi.tkr season due J Ml KI 1 CAR PKN I 1 K New Yorlc, Hostou, WATERLOO. Ihi.tr Unitf and combined stallion ttill mia the prevent season at Dr. P W Lagan's . rm s hast of Milled)etille on turnpike road leatlm t Siauford Dc riptioti and Pedigtcti, Waterloo N stan ' ard bred, black. 17 hands high, weighs inagiiihtent style and action and is a sure f j feller, Ins progeny combining sptwl nnd fir.f claMisiddle qualities. He hat a roc. rd of He it by iticheheu; he by Mauibrino Chief, b by Mambrino Paymaster, he by Mambnao b. hy Imp. Mi'vuiiyer First dam Helm mare by liny Metsciier: - I.) Harpinus: he by Hiimblelstiian; he by Imp Men id dam lied llird by Caution sender; hip, lit j ,.,...,.,o- - 1, i,i tic qy imp. tt nip, lie in Saltram dan bt Herod, 3d dam a thortui;hlri- marc bv Imp DioiihhIc. IU) Messengers dai was out of a full blooded Messenger mare ittdt I.t Imp Uockincliam Rtcheliuti ws the most f tshionably bnd trot tin; horse in Amuricu aud the winner of more premiums andpursut Hum any ether horse 111 Ken lucky. Waterloo's dam by Helm's orkhire, he by Imp. c,rksltlrej dam by Weitiger's llelslu.u tl dam by Kossuth ; 3d dam the noted ro,in tt.arc owned hy Joe Helm and afterward by N I c, Waterloo will stand at -- Plnladelphia Haltimore, W'ashttiglnn, (J uikesl tune tn Harrodsburg, Frankfurt, Ky VIKOIN'IA Shortest and Kuhinond, Quiikctt line to BREEZE . WlLKESl Standard . L. Solid Trains, bjujigt cars, Hmokiinj cars and Pullman lioudoir Steetiers throiiRh with- out chaste ia Cliatun oza, llirinlnhara, .MeruN un matin; direct Lontiettlont en lonte for Knot, ville, Ashctillo, LyiiLlilurv;and points in Ihe 1 11 1 1 -. At Chattanosgn for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmuia ton, Charleston, Austista, M .11.011, Savannah, Upinswick, Lake Ctly.'l hoiuastillc itd Fl.Oltl-Dnititi. The only line rualiini; solid trains with choice Pullman lioudoir ur Palace Slifpnu; Cure to Jacksonville wuliout change lor tiny class of A em-a- Selma and MontRntnery, Hiintstille, Deculur, Floretirc. .Memphis and AUKANSAS points. Shortest and quttkevt to Aiiniston Selma, Momade at SKW ORbile. Direct contlectnns LEANS without ommbiin transfer for tiiiltetten, Houston, Austin, luggage. 1 l' . ;ii.nth 11 TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line t" Jackson and Wksburg, Miss. , Shreteport La., in.iKinK direct connections without omnibus transfer for Dull.is Fort Worth Austin San Antonu, F.l Paso and uintsiii ! . TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. oir-ju- it . ,i ft Hew. For through rati correct county maps and full information call on Aent at Junction Citv, Ky., MtANK V. WoOLLEV. oraddress Mare in Foal, to Tiat Pan. Ai;t , Lexington K"r D ti FDWAKDS .C.C.IiAKVE , f, P Monev due when the la t is is wttlnedor mtre Vice Presiae-- t T (1 LHAb DL'KN Ciiua-it- i. patted" with". , u . u t IMIlUt IIIO, .- - foal Hat stallion, lil.ii k point, en in itn? .Siretl ii reioss), i'li, sire 01! cllic . t'i , (rial tt like, a ao. trial O Neil j 19, io; King lVto.ky mm iH; DusyyeL.ir aold trial a ao and lite more thnt ' ry Lou, 3 all in last sea luvf .houii trials of j 10 ur better old son. mIiii h i certainly wonderful for n stallion with limited opportuinlios by Ceo. Wilkes Wilkes i)V, a iJ, sire of H nry wllkes 1 i.U linl Wilkes I t:re of Prince Wilkes a itsil old record 1 u William L ureol Axtell. sold fur 5105.0011 ana Is the only Horse tnaisiuuus at $1,000 the ss:i.on. First dam F.hzalauv (dam ol Maud Meetier a 16KI bv Oentle llreere. sire of Pearl a 30, dam of Pearl .Medium 3 27 Second d.tm Kitty Kiturs da m of Ilertie (iirl, 4 our ol J record J 37 on slow track by Alek.ind.ir t Abdullah, sire of Goldsmith Maul i 14, Rosalind a ait4, Almoiit, llrlinuiit, Ac. Third dam by Red Jacket site of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes jiU and the second damsel S0S0117V4, Lile Wilkes t iW, Laura llelle j J7V4, Combat vire of Drown J it and Williams aos.1 Red Wilkes (sire of Prince Wilkes 14M Phil '1 hompson 2 i(K- - ' J UV Comet, son of.Shtr-ma- n Motrin Fourth dam an extra fast mure, supiwtcd to be of Abdallah and Mestenser blood. Petosky 3ftJ3, by George Wilkes 1 at, first dnm trial 1 16; Fannie dtim'of Nellie O'N'ual a Kane Jackson aasK, trial 19 at 4 years old; Ore) year old 1 so and 5 others that Cliarle) . trial at 3 rould trot close to 2 io by Iron's Cadmus, sue 01 Pocahontas a 17U, &c. I1KELV.K Wll.KKS will make th season ot 1S90 at mv plare Vj miles from Stanford, Ky., on Hush II ranch pike at ... i,.oU . ... 1 li- () S15 to Insure a Living Colt, 1 will al.o stand at the tameptaic mv fine Juk, n, ST12VI5 1 WALKER, $25 Insure a - A-- At SIO to luturc a Liting Colt Moiic) due at weiiiungiimeor when man- - is parted mill He 1. ,1 J (tiiui. a years oia in June ' ''"J"1. '".Sh sired hy Alton's ilfiain he by K.tig Phillip dam ltlack Satin Jiniict; she was sired by KinB.tt Phillip,,,! dam by .Moreca.ile, he liy Jim Porter, This la. k has proven himself a hnehreeder A number of his colli lute sold for fioo at weaning time nen tnc c. it it loaled or mare ntrted , .....a,IU it. si raiiiiA.i i. IIIUIIV with vs iviinv'i 111. S 8 P W LOO AN, Owner. '! ,.., a , - U