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r It. ll' ft. it :jf. If I iwttb -V V4 u.w '-n. u ruin . j'ffiF1 4 I '""" ' ' i ' 111 ri '." "j"'l '' v . i "ta '. . , ' 0 v ' HK JZIiTvj' j.Ti;i -' k ft Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Publlflhod Evorjr Tueadfty and Friday AT S3 PffiU YKAB,iy AD WWhen not to paid $2.50 will be charged.- K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train. leares Rowland at 7'00 a. tn.t returning it 4:50 p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail tram going North ...tajiprn ' " " South.... i... 1 3t pm Express train " South "J7pm ' " " North ........... j t; am Loral Freight North , , .630 am South... 53jpm The latter trains also carry passenger. The above ! calculated on standard time, Solar time ii about 10 mtnutet fatter mi POWDER Absolutely Pure powder never varies. A man el purity. strength and vvholesomenrss. More economical than the ordinary kinds ard can not be told In competition with the multitude of Ion- test, short weight, alum or phosphate pwJer. Sold only in cant. KOVAL IIAKIN.J POWDFRCO., 18 106 Wall street. New York. Beauty Is desired and admired by all. Among the things which may best be done to enhance personal beauty Is the dally use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. No matter what the color of tho hair, this preparation gives it a and pliancy that adds greatly to its charm. Should the hair be thin, harsh, 1 dry, or turning gray, Ayer's Hair Vigor will restore the color, bring out a new growth, and render the old soft and shiny. For keeping tho scalp clean, cool, and healthy, there is no better preparation in tho market. " I am free to confess that a trial of Ayer's Hair Vigor has convinced me that it is a genuine article. Its use has not only causod the hair of my wife and daughter' to bo Abundant and Glossy, but it has given my rather stunted mustache a respectable length and appearance." H. Uritton, Oakland, Ohio. "My hair was coming out (without any assistance from my wife, either). I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, using only bottle, and I now have as tine a Jiead of hair as any one could wish for." It. T. Scutnlttou, Dickson, Tenn. ' I have used Ayer's nalr Vigor in my family for a number of years, and regard it "0$ tho best hair preparation I know of. It keepi tho scalp clean, the hiilr Boft and lively, and preserves the original color. My wifo has used it for a lone time with most satisfactory results.' llenjamlu M. Johnson, M. D., Thomas Hill, Mo. " My hair was becoming harsh and dry, but after using half a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor it grew black and glossy. I cannot extirei tho Joy and gratitude I feel." Mabel C. Hardy, Delavuu, III. Ayer's Hair Vigor, I'UKI'AUKD nr Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold hv Drucalsts and Perfumers. sag z P O (D 0 s c UK! S.- asssssssssMVIaH asssssssWlla'asssssssV " , O rifyPiaB n. . IsHfSassssV " ? lHS3p1 "Z w&ttm i?Z JBHSk P SiZmSSKk M 6 SlilHrVHAJI'ViCxc P n n W. ADAMS & SON, 4 '.. 'AD WAV, - KY, CRAB ORCHARD As no lmveonlya short Urn before until to write this, it will bo short. Hav ing hud n beau last night, which i960 seldom, we prolonged tho stay till the wee small hours. But few visitors, have arrived at the Springs on nmunt ot the continued rain. 1'rof. Bush has n school of progressive dancers (14 students now nnd more to come) nt the College. Mud e vet y where and fanners are anxious 'for dry weather. Weeds ure outgrowing the corn nnd wheat is ready for harvest; tho dirt roads ore becoming almost impassable in places.. Mr. J. 0. King was in Lancaster Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs.' James Miller, from Lewisburg, aro visiting Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Sue Holmes. Mrs. G of Laurel, is with her father. Mr. Ward. Mrs. J. A. Newlnnd went to Stanford Wednesday. Mr. James Carson is home to see his father. shoe drummers," nnd "shewme that correspondent to the Interior Jotms.VAL," is the most prominent liens. Tito people will please excuse us for remaining incognito. We seek not fame, but desire only to give you tho news nnd uphold the principles of democracy. So let It be "somebody" who writes. If yon want any ads. just send them to the editor and he will insert them in the C. 0. news column and we know will do you right. They'll See it Finally. The prohibitionists as a party will sootier or later open their eyes to the fact that prohibition in the form of a political party and prohibition in the form of a moral principle are two separate and distinct institutions. Prohibition as a party, is a harrow that desires possession of the government field. Prohibition as a principle, is ono tooth tiint might be made one of a multiplicity of teeth in either the big democratic or republican harrow. A comb with rn tooth would be about as effective on the head of a boy with many fore ign substances and other things in his hair, as the prohibition party with its one would be in possession of the party. Commenting on the Massachusetts election, that defeated the prohibition amendment to tho constitution, the Christian Union, a great religious newspaper of New York, says: "Prohibitionists should 1 avj learned by this time that all temperate men are not total abstainers, are not prohibitionists, and that all prohibitionists nre not in favor of constitutional prohibition." The Climax. Higti license is said to hnve worked wonders in Philadelphia, and everybody praises it except a few ultra prohibitionists and the small saloonlst?, who have been shut out under its provisions. The Supreme Court of Mississippi lias sustained a decision of tho lower court in convicting the Louisville, New Orleans & Texas' Ilailroad Company of failure to provide separate but equal accommodations for the blacks and whites, assessing damages of $250 In two cases. A photograph-of a curious hen's egg has been sent us by 0. 0. Moore, of Crawfordsville, Ga. It was a double e;r, It appeared to be an ordmaryegg united; I it wni cooked nnd broken open when, to J the surprise of every one, instead of find - 1 ing a yelk, it was discovered that there f was a perfect formed egg within the out- er shell. The inner egg seemed to be, perfect, nnd contained the usual white wall and the Inner yeh;, which was, how-! ever, quite small. Scientific American. The Old, Old Stouy. He loved fair i Sue and loved her well "oh, Susie, ,-ar. I ling, love," he cried, she looked on him full teudetly, ami down he sat by Stibie's (jido. She let him hold her pretty hand, nnd let him nil his hopes confide in Iwt, as women often do, then softly, sweetly, Susie sighed. Tho summer days went swiftly by, and she became another's bride; while lie, poor fellow, sleeps be neath a stone on which is "Suicide." Washington Otitic. The 1obe in the Paris Exhibition represents tho earth on the scale of and ia nearly 100 feet in dinmettr Paris occupies about J of an inch. All the great modes of communication by land and sea are shown in detail. The earth's daily rotation will be precisely imitated by clockwork, a point on the globe's equator moving an eightieth of an inch per second. Uncle lien Thompson, of our place, is S4 years old. Ho savs he planted corn this year1 in the mihid Held iu which he I planted it 75 years ngo nnd that while planting this corn ho drank a toddy out of a glass from which ho drank 53 years ago. Lebanon Enterprise. A Cure of Catarrh In tin) head, ai well as of all bronchial, throat and lung diie.ues, if taken in time.ii effected byusing Dr 1'ierce'n Golden Medical Divcovery, or money paid for it will be promptly returned A n.ore pleasant ph tic You n. vr will find TJun p crce's ima'l "Pellets." The Purgative kind, it You Cannot Afford At tliU season of the year to be wlthdut a good re liable diarrhoea. I a!am In the house, as cramps, cllc, durrhiM a and all iiiflammati6;i of the and bowels me exceedingly dangerous if not attended to at once. One bjttlo of Hefgi. Ilalsam will do wore good la cases f tne kind than any other madicitieon srth. V guarantee it. A V- l'ctiny, Dmgut Da.vvii.lr. Tho examinations at tho Preparatory Department of Centre College have closed. Prof. J. B. Walton, the prlnciptl of the school, has become known overtlie State as n thorough teacher, his students who annually enter tho Freshman class always take high standing, thus reflecting credit on the preparatory and its teachers. For more than ten years has Prof. Walton been at tho head of tho institution. He has given such general satisfaction that to go to the "prep" H the ambition of all the young Ameticas in Danville and Boyle county. Tim catalogue of this year will show that he had enrolled 105 pupils, two entering his after the cata logue was issued. Piof. Walton was assisted during the year by Profs. II. L. PulliamandJ. F. Walton, two teachers. The former has been elected principal of tho preparatory de partment of Central I nlversity, but the latter and another ellicleut teacher will be with Prof. Walton next session. D. C. Terhuno has bought over SO fine mule colte, nil mares but 13. Thu least paid for horse mules was .1'2.50 and tho highest paid for maro mules was 5100. A number of crops of wheat have been contracted for in this county during the past week. A. G. Whitley sold o Anderson it Funk for 75 cents, and Kd Me-Carty sold his crop to same firm for Advocate. The official statistics read at the last Mormon Conference in Salt Lake City show that "the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints" has now 12 apostles, 70 patriarchs, IlJli) high priests, elders. 2,009 priests, 2,202 teachers, 11,010 deacons, 81,890 families, 110,015 officers and members, nnd 40,30:$ chil dren under eight years of age, n total Mormon population of 153,911. The number of marriages for the six months ended April (J, 1S80, was 530; number of births 2,754; new members baptized 4SS; excommunications 113. - To Keep Off Mosquitoes. Take a small quantity of n 2 per cent, carbolic acid solution nnd sprinkle sheets, pillow and bolster on both sides, the edges of bed curtains and the wall next tho bed. The faco and neck may also be slightly wetted with thesolution. Not) a single gnat or mosquito, it is said, will come near. Gcoriro Wuilcof Cadillac. Mich has I applied for a patent on a new Imlitiv ! horse, which he claims will eclipse the bycicle nnd other machines for travel. It consists of an automatic horse bo constructed that by rocking backwards and forwards it moves in a regular lop3 as far as tho rider desires to travel. . m The big nine cask, now on exhibition at tho Paris exjKisition, has n capacity equal to 200,000 bottles or 800 hogsheads. It is 2,' feet high, of the same length and weighs 40 tons, tho Hteel bands w Inch encircle it nlonu weighing three tons. It took 12 yoke of oxon 10 days to haul it front Epcruny to Paris. m m Mm. Cleveland has had another picture taken, which will soon be on the market. Noticing perhaps what a card! UauvMciveu tug Dct'omts sue laiaKem with Baby Laiuont in her nrtna. It is a pity that Him has to borrow a baby. X. Y. Sun. Seattle is.ild to be the only city in the ' United fetates where tliere is not a street j car horse to he found. A 11 its street cars are run by cable or electricity and nil are 'lit by electric lights. In Wichita thcyj are running vestibuletl street cars The whole number of active christian scientists now in the couhtry is estimated at 150,000. The "rcienco" i a ble business. Ono teacher in Ilrooklyn makes, it is said, 5100,000 a year. runny "Tho new garters which you bought yesterday are not pretty at nil." Kmmn. " What dill'erence does it make? Nobody sees them." "Ah! but it may rain." Texas Siftings. Dynamite in the most deadly of all ex plosives, and cholera was sure death to chickens until the discovery of Gantei's chicken cholera cure. It is sold on the "no plan by McHoberts & Stagg. 2t BucKlen's Arnica Salve. The ben salve in ths; world for tuts, brunt,, ores ulcers, aalt rheum, fever ores, tetier,chap. ped hands, chllblaim, corns and all skin eruptions and positivel) cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded Pricp 35 cents per box. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stauford, Ky m i Renews Her Youth. Mrs. Phrb Chetley, Peterson, Clay Co,, Ioua fells the folio ins remirkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by tne residents of the town, 7 am 73 year, old, have been troubled with kidney-complaint and lameness for many years; could not dress nyself ulthout help, Now 1 am free from pain and soreness and am able to do nil tny own housework. 1 owe my thanks to Klcctric (litters for having renewal my youth and removed com. pletely all dicaso.ind paip. Try a bottle joe and )l, at A. It, Penny's Drug more. Is Consumption Incurable? Read the following. Mr. C H Morris, .N'cunrk, Atk,sayi! "Was down with Abscess of Lungs E. and friends and pliysiiiani proiuunceil me an in cutublc cansitmptive llvgan taking Dr, King's New Discovery for consumption, nnd am nov.on my third bottle, and able to oyer?e the work on No tm- farm. It ii the finest medicine ever made.'' Jesse Middlewart Decatur, Ohio, says "Had not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for cou sumption I would have died of Lung; Troubles Wat given up by doittors Am now in best o health" Try il Sample bottles free at A R. Penny' drugrstoro Vhy IS It Tint piople linger alorjr always complaining about thnt continual tlted Uellug t Ono bottle of Drags' Wood Purifltfr and blood Makir will en- To tlroly teuiove this feeling, give them n good appetite . aud tepulate dlgeition. A It reuuy, Dugc;lt I Ife) Bast of Ail Couj ueuiUiifj, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral It It gruuter demand than ever. No preparation for Throat and Luug Troubles U so prompt in its effects, so agreeable to the taste, and so widely known ai this. It Is tho family In thousands of households. " I have salleri'd for years from a bronchial trouble that, whenever I t.iko cold or am expoied to Inclement weather, shows itiulf by n very annoying tickling sensation in tho throat and by diillculty la breathing. I have tried a great many rmn'llei, but none does no well as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral which always gives prompt relief in leturns of my old complaint." Ernest A. Hepler, Inspector of I'ublto Itoads, Parish Terra liomiB, La. " I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most Important remedy For Home Use. I have touted Its curative power, In mr family, many times during the past thlrtv years, nnd havo never known it to fail It will relievo the won serious niXeetlotn of tho throat and lungs, wltdthur In children or adults." Mrs. E. G. Edgerly, Council IUuITs, Iowa. "Twenty years ago I was troubled with a disease of the lungs. Doctors alTordcd me no relief and considered my ca.se hupeleas. I then began to use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I hud finished one bottle, found relief. I coutmued to t.iko this medicine until a euro ffHi effected. I believe that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral sived my life." Samuel Griggs, Waukegan, III. "Six years ago I contracted a severe cold which settled on my lungs and soon developed all tho aUruiiug symptoms of Consumption. I bud a cough, night sweats, blvedlnz ot tho lungs, pains in cheat and sides, and wi so prostrated as to be connncd to my bed most, of the time. After trying various prescriptions, without benefit, my physician finally determined to give me Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took It, and the effect was magical. I seemed to rally from tho Mrst dose of this medicine, and, after using only threo bottles, am as well and sound as ever." llodaey Johnson, Springfield, 111. Avar's Cherry Pectoral, rnt:ranKD nr D. J. C. c i. Co., Low-all, Mail. bu!4 uj -.1 t..,juu, 4 .... v' , U boltlu, t. HI. F. Hi inklcy Itx Candidate fur Clerk of the Court of Appett, subject to th action of tti DrmocMttc party Etec.ion Aujiut, 1 3i HAIiE'S WELL. Season Opens June 1. '89. Board from June I to July t, per weeV.. $5 oo ! CotUge Kent from June i to July t, per week j so I I Hoard per week aner July I . & oj I I Cottaje Rent per'week after fuly i J SO I Single Meal. .. . 5.' Hcrses well cared for, per week .. , Everybody Is cordially Invited to visit us early in the reason and get adtantaze of the icJuced rates Respectfully, A L SPOO.VAMORK, I 1' O Addrosi, Stanford, Ky STOIiSIT I On Sunday night, December 30th, in the town of Stanford, Ky, a 11LACK HOKSE, about 15K hands high, j )earsold. both hind feet white, small atar in the fcrehead and snip on note. He carries hit tail, which is very heivy, a little one tided lie washltchedto a sidebar buggy, comparatively new, with blue cloth hnings lletldes the Stste reward of $50, I will give $15 for the reioteryof thehorse, buggy and thief JAS C KLID 97 Stanford, Ky J. ZE3I. HULTOOSr ROWLAND, KY., Dealer In Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware. Queens. ware. Tinware, Furniture and a Conoral Lino of Crocorios, Fnncv Candies. Canned fJJi.X.c All kinds of Pr iduvv taken in exchange for goods. Established 1825. FOB ISIJH,A1TC3 On Dwellings, Household Furniture, Stores, Ac , apply to the old Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. ' Lightning chutes attiched and daraaget paid whether tire ttntues or not. ' 17 OEO. H MRL'CE, Agent. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST ! HOTEL IN THE CITY. 1 RATES $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. a TO ROOMS. 1 1 TURKISH RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL ZLSrOTIOjEi. . A We have purchased the Stinfurd I Woolen and ' urist .Mill and titled It with new and I machinery and ivill.begln on j Saturday, May 18th, 1889, of do custom grinding and curding Our Mr. Howell haahivlover o oars' experience at the business anil ho hat acquired n thorough knowledge i..-. of both the branches In ..-..... :v,t will vaii exuer. io assist mm in cardi ii? t;u ,,. ,i trial. The highest market prici paid for gcod white corn HOW L & CO.. 43 Stanford, Ky At THE MYERS HOUSE 1 1 H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Hotel In Kentucky has u better reputation, and its proprietor it determined that it shall be maintained. He has recently added 10 Its appointments Pool and Hilliurd Parlors Also Livery Stablo accommodate tho djmunda of his increased' . . . tt'ititlanfr ........,. tis ....... trjsn a iy as ttni. 'I-. ..-... r ..-. m..i iiwiauii iiirmsri (d Conunercial Iravelcrs and others . v I '1 "".., ,-' si" t , jcrcrc it. nirfFMvN, SUROKOS DENTIST, Stanford, Kkntvcks, Oftie touth til Main. twoaoortabo Depot St. DENTIST. Office on t.incatrr ttrvct, ojipotita court Home Stanford, Ky, JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY. CAPT. FRANK BAILEY, PROPRIETOR Thoroughly Ketiotaud and Refumithed, Kate and Keaonable Pricei, Day and night Tralm are m.t by PoliU Porteri ot thu Popular Houie. THE NAPIER HOUSE. LIBERTY, KY., F. W. WARRINNErt.PROP'R. I lino teiieJthe abote Hotel and intend t) 1 in ery particular. Special atteti'ion to commercial men. WOOD WALLA6E, Moil's Outfitter I )ij Fourth Avenue, Louisville, - - Kentucky. NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. Thlt old and Hotel It till maintain inu itt fine reputation. Charjei realisable. Special attention to the traeling public M. V NKWCOMH, l'rop., Mt Vernon, Ky, 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. D., STANFORD, KY. Orticeon Laucatter Street. Having remored la thW place from Liberty, to practice lil pnilotton, calli the ultrntion ot the pub lie to the fact that lie i'l be ready at all hour day or nlhttont rr call. In town or country. Thirty year ofhtt lite ware spent in Staafsrd and he deem, it unneve.iary to apeak ol hu ability at a physician and targeon, A share of the patronage of the people ol Stanford and ic nity itatlted by hira. 6y tf POSTED. This notice forewarn huntr. ftiliermrn and others not to trnpi. tn oir lanit witnsut per mission, at nil such miIIS prosecuted to the lull est catent of the law Signed T. J HILL. C.Ki D HOPPER. J M McRUMEnTS.JR. M, S. MAl'r.ltMAN, KOIIT MeAl.lSlKk. J.K IIRUCE S II SHANKS. 3 It. ll,Ujl.MA, MRS. HENRY MAl'OHMAN. A M FKI.AND E.T PENCE, JOHN W HOLMES, A J H.WDEN', (' C. rAKItlSH. D V. HOLMES HULL, Cnptain Aajsuic Wayne ! No oriS 11. r. Ii 11 Will bo pertnittedto serve a few cows at my stable on Lancaster pike in suhurht cl Stanford, at Threo Dollars bv the Hoason, and a fee of 50 cents m Milt Ilex, th g'tom, paa4einad vance, with the privilege ot breeding till the cow pmves to be with calf Tins vouftg bull is not on! of the very best biecdir);. but is Individually a very superior animal in every particular He will not tall to pro. rliii.e cows of tne hiheit cscellcnce Math bit pedigree and his individuality zttaraatee this. The csttle hate frsevcral Sra.ons taken the lead in the blooded utile mark- , et by cosnmvnding judsr the hammer the hiirhest ' prices, and having the ciuamv to proJuce mure ; milk and butter than aavether breeil and as Hn.ch and as good beef, they will not 'ail to retain their in popular favur W II MILLER . I have far sale twe tine registered , .la K..H ... . ... . ... - I- . . .If w.n i.hm vM.1v.a44 vhc jw i,v,nr 1.41 31- w h miitii. St mfjr i, Ky I. M. I5ULCE, m AKD m STASIA : stasfi)kd.kv. ( j SPECIAL ATTENTION t COMMERCIAL travelers Horses and ini.lts bought and sold. Onlv lore.id ret 1 let used in livery Also .tgent for the WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO. GOVER'S MESSENGER. Iiuh. Im'-il in 11, iSl. w&lZp& W, at uiii n- bottum, A't I!e was sired by Messenger Chief, t , by Mes- sender sire in .viauu iu, ; nt , tltim Jennie by himo. ad djii hy Mjo.bruifi Mes- sender; Jd dam by Mamhrtnw Chief, alh dam by I I.$X&hi&&?K?l!Z Dy (.annon's vvnip; 9m dam by bmpp's I', BiAlt. Messenger Chief was ulred by Abdallali Pilots nt dim by Mambriiio Metngr; ni dam hy .w.iiiiunno i,niei, c lie sirea .Mnuaimtvnger, record 1 iftti Abel ai,t;: .MiUvnl a j, Maniilng ail.': Robert il . record a 31, trial mK.and other fait enes. Abdallali Pilot wai sired liv Alexander's Abdal llah; 1st dam lllaiulitia !v- Miuubrino Chief, Ho aired Plckardi itH, Red Jim und others Arcxnnder's Abdalhin (son of Rysdyk's Ham-' bletonian sirenf Destcr a iJf). lie tired smith Mnid u; Major EiUall a so. who in turn sired Hubert, McKicgnra 17, tire of Uonniu M. -1 Oregor 3 16 , At, ic St. Klmo. rec rd 3 jo, wan tirod by Alexander's S..lr.tt . S. .. ,lnm .,,l .. .hl. .,... I... In... Itlir... ..,.. .. wuh.i u..... vj .,.,,, .(MllfUtlllCf (tfci; Manibrlno Chief, the sire of tho second dam of Mcsener Chief, Jr, sired the ureat Lady 1'herne ,8H an'' Mambrino PaiLlieii, wliu In turn sited Indona iojj.and ijotheraln ijoand Utter and Uo ,,tei, the dams of Guy WiU. a ui(, Baron Wilkes a tSar.d thedams .'f ij aliers uitli ruCurds i to anil belter lie will stand the season of 14IS9 at our Livery Stable in CiabOrchardat SIO to Insure a Living Colt. We Hill also stand our Juck, Black SEVEN DOLLARS to Insure Sea 1011 due when marum par cd wilh M II U A' CURTIS GOVKU. . MARVELOUS MEMORY DISCOVERY. Onlr Oennlno Sretem ofniemory Trnlnlni. .. I'our liuok Learned In one reading. Mind vrandnrinif cured. Every rlilld nnd adult urnnlly benrflttrd. lrst luducemeuU to Oorretpondencu Olssses. with opinion of Ilr. Wm. A. limn. Illllll.l. tho worliLrAtimd KnMAlall., In WnA ll.u.. I t 'rrciiIfiirTlioiiip.oii, I'srchob ogist, .1. 31. li.l.,oditorof the I'hriitian I .iiHimii.. i. I uiciiiiru. rrorror, tue ncientlst, IlniiM. l . 1 . A.iiip. .IhJv,. sill. ...... V...I..1. it' lirnjilliilt, n,f stoi ihvh trwtbr ' Pro!. A. unnUTtK. Sill mtlUAre., N, V, $vtry, tsi and alt Stable, ' W.H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY,, Good turnout! and taddle horiei alwayt lor hire on reasonable termt London Ii the mod convenient point tfn the railroad to reach placet in the in the mountain e tion of the Srate. to Tint fine JticV.,1 ycirsold, black witlt white points, i) hands hiitli, will maVe the prrsenl sea. son at our ttabtes, i mile notlh of Mitledfierille on theliantilleund Hiittunvil.e pile, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. I'artini with maro mates the se.vn due Cjesar was tired by Iltiller, he hy btotts, Imported from bpain. He lias proted him.elf a suir foal netter J h W KIO HI. IS Mllledgfvlllc. Ky Danvillo Wilkes I 2:34). SireofSalll.. Vajen t Har. "K hands high. Sundard; Vrlum VIII, A. 1. K, ibi3;.) SIKEI) MY LVLK WILKKS 4jS, Ily Oecrge Uilles a J, sire u(6i In J jo or better t dam Flora hy Skedaddle (lliortnitflibred. a dam Medley by Old Waser, by llealhunr, pacer j dam by bhtfion's Telccraph. 4 dam by Frank (thoroughbred. Uantillh Wilkes has started in fit e racei, won three of them In straight heats and third money In fourth. Dansllle Wilkes Is also the first and only grand son ofUeorxe W'ilkrs that has produced onn 10 a to or better Danville has two more of his get that are now In trainlnj and, barring accidents, will make records of i er heller, besides, I am confident that Danville VUet will tower his te ord of i j,j ( a ,j He has been timed the latt half In a race In I J. Danville WIUcs has proven himself a line breed, er and Is sure t produce tretters and patties ean have a chance to est his produce new tar a scry low pruc $25 to Insure a Living Oolt. The beitot care taken with mares and grass at he usual ran, but not retpomlble (or accidents should any occur Immediately after the dote of the season Dan ville Wilkes ill gjlnto training ler a faster record Parties that are ell Informed know that thu thoroughbred Mood mutt be in the trotter and Danville Wilkes certainly has plenty of it. his dam dcing hy a thoroughbred hone, and then the pailng croti he hss should tend te produce fait and good race horset Dauvtlle Wilket will make theseatonat the Fair C.roundt, Danville M HfJK. Arthur Sixns, 3041, AND Wyndott, 0528. Arthur Sims, Standard No yi;.) (crj Knot, reco.d 14 with I) in i jo class and ) in J J class Kirst dam by IWurboti Chief, the tire of Calmar f, "4 J d dam by Little Arthur, theroughhrttJ W III make the season f 'la at his homs.".Mplet,' At Sao to Insure. Arthur Sims has proved himtelf ta be a superb breeder Call and see his colts at his home WVANDOTTE. Standard No Mr, by Metroo nolitan, one of the best bred sens ol Kytdvk't ItambletODian, having lor his dam Hracinth, by ulunteer; td daw Clara the dam of Dctter 17; and Dictator, the sire of Director i. J'halUs f..,.'v."'1.'lr,K',s, ' ''" ! Lady Welsh by William Welsh, the sire l Prince Imperial j 11U and Jeremiah ij4; id daman Inhred Wagoner raarr. Ac This grand voting colt contain. 4; per cent, of the aid horse Kysjj ks Haiu bletnman Na. 10, the founder of the greatest trot ting family the world has ever knewn, coursing through his veins from t diflcrent chanrrlt llambletoiilati, Volmtleer, Metropoti. tan and William Welsh Liatitedtai) approved mares For further in formation or isrdi addrets i T A KI.KIN, Lancaster, Ky IMttlDl w (Si tolltVUU Nf AjljUT jJHICICO Hi .a- A NEW J?AST MA LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Seturet to Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted hetwoeu the greM commercial cities on the Ohio Kiver and Chicago, and hence the fattest time and mott comfortable trains between atl points in the South, or to the West and rvorthweit. The cunMtof this train on all trunk lines is ilerwmliMirtl Ine Llmltod Kepress. Unl,rn,:Jedrcr,V,,Hl, " """ " l tterA,tllJCouP,,n Ticket OBices In the South you will find our time tables and Say Morion, jet Monon and stick to Monon, if you vvanl to save money and have a pleasant Jonrnev. k o. Mccormick, ,. . J'!1'! ' ir Agent. Chicago, .. '''J' T Agents and Offics: I. M. liuckNM, ur sth Ave., Uuisviile, Kv E. A Tonaexcit, na V,ne sL. Cincinnati Ohio Old l. Route ! N N. M V Co E I) Only one Night out to New York. Solid Vtsnbulfd Trains to Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, Paisinc all the Famous Virginia Springs by day. light and arriving at Old Point Comfort and the bea Shorn the next alternooii Time Card in Lffect May i, i&to. KastMaT FastVeT 0nVeTT EASTWARD Daily Espreta. Ac com Kx Sun wall; Ex Sun Lve Stanford " i 7 am, u 31 n'n Lexington 11 am 6 JJ 40 " Winchester pm 5 40 pm " K. U. JunctioM.. ia 45 am t ) pm 0 40 put 1 oj pa, " Mt. 6 J7 pm Sterling 1 17 pm Jt'pm 1 " btepvlono 7 'o pm a 03 pm " Murehead 7 j6 pm 3 to pm 8 js'pm! Olive Hill 4 oa inn 9 30 am " Ashland to 40 am 6 oj pm to " 47 pm ' Catlcttvburg If nnlUniAii 6 ai pm to 58 tm Arr White Sulphur!!.'; 6 ju jim fliarlm....1!!.. 7 33 am ' Wathinton 10 30 am " llaltimore 35 am " 3 30 pm Philadelphia " New York.... o 13 pm " Rlthmond, Va.... 9 o pm Oidl'olntComlart 33 pm " Norfolk J jo pm o 55 pm Ae"..r:n!?.i' Vatt AMa. "rive Lexington "45 hum,, umiy tvccpi niimiay " .xc.!riT,"r,u"iMlw,'n,omd"y. Limited Vestibuled arrives I ,!, '" " rw"?V;VJvV?'ppiro S. A JHIOMI i J D YUlf Wf k. i J I.