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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889062801 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 1889 $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. rrrr'jipr Cfr - T- "T ' ' i' -- Semi-Weekly VOL.XVIL Visits Prenchorsvllle, Often helm, and other Points Including Poet Slauhter's Resort. Tlio Vandcrbtlts nnd Gonitis nru not contented with tlioir millions but atrlvo to ndtl to th'-m- ; Napoleon was not satisfied to conquer tlio whole world, hut sighed to conquer even more, nnd ovary . day wo mo evidences not unlike the above, which go to prova the prononess of human beings to desire, even though their lotH l) cast on downy beds and in The I. J. Man Interior Journal STANFORD. KY. FRIDAY, JUNE 28. 4889. NO. 40. FOB. SALE. ?"., St., i.r.!e .1L 3i,5,h.'r balmy breezes. The Intehiou Jouhsai, Engineering' and Surveying in innn ia not an exception. Ho Is not sat all branches. H. WILSON, isfled with tlio thousands that twice a week pcruso, interestedly, the cohuuns WALLACE E. VARNON, of the "cheapest nnd best" and in order BOYD, Attorney at Law, to gather In tlio wandering few, who as yet have not proven that they know a Stanford, Kentucky. good thing, ho started on Tuesday, drivWill practice in ail tho courts of this and adjoin-n- z en by the wind, which was blowing In counties and in the courts of appeal. nn easterly direction, and which finally Office over MeKobcrt) & Stigg'a atug store. lauded him in I'rcachersvlllo, wh,ero his work began. If I'reachersvlllo were a thousand V "?..v.e opaed an Ice depot onlLineaster street mites dintaut and our readout were unfa" "ill hind a lull supply of miliar with tlio place of goodly name, I i'ure I.ake Ice might pen considerably on it, hut the At Ii Cents per Pound, In quantities o er five pounds. Now the time to thorough knowledge possessed by a make engagements for the season. largo number of the quaint village, run NU.VNLLEY ft HAMPTON. ders mo afraid to attempt a description, STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. both from tlio fact that I might mnko an All persons wishing a pleasant life and well utter failure and because there ia really g leased wife let them use Patent Flour made at nothing to describe. The cropa around tanford Rotter Mills. Call for it at your grocery, and if they have not got it on hand, urge the store, blacksmith shop and 'church, them to keep it. or get an order from them and get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant or I'reacheraville for short, are In fine DRIPPING SPRINGS. and interesting family, condition. Corn is growing two inches oJ V. S. I'OTTS, Superintendent. I have employed Prof. Bush, a thordaily, and the golden hoards of wheat, J?fl.!' just harvested, Boem sufikiently large to oughly competent dancing teacher, to p. a a this season yield even more than an average crop. tako charge of the M U Weeds of course grow luxuriantly along-aid- and to givo instructions in alt of the FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. him. R. B. the stalks of corn, but this will act latest society dances to my guests freo of Mrs. Mollie Golden and children left Robert Land bought of Henry aa a support in timo of storm and I judge charge. The first session of this school SUCCFSOR TO for Louisviilo Sunday. R. L. Xewcomb the Preachers villo farmers are permitting will begin on the night of July 1st As Wells an aged mule for $KS0. a special inducement for vititors to come E. B. Beazley sold to Ben Robinson, left for Kansas City Wednesday. A. T. M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, them to remain for that purpose. McHargue, of Pine Hill, who went to I set sail for early in July, I will convey all boarders of Garrard, 23 fat hogs at $3.00 per cwt., Preachersvilie "done up" Oil 4TH AVBNUE, Washington Territory during tlio winter o Sr the Crab Orchard section and with my who come from tlio 1st to the 10th and to be delivered 10th of next month. IiOUISVTLLB. KENTUCKY. their baggage free of charge from the D. N. Prewltt has bought in this and for his health, is worse, and will shortly usual good fortune there succeeded In Boyle counties in the last few days, 37 return home. laying h few "dollars in my Inside pock depot to the Springs. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Walter Ritch, one of the wounded at make a special rate for the 4th head of 2 and et," putting on a new subscriber or two cattle at 2J 5'2 Stock of-the explosion of Hart's mill. Conwav. S?g. Q I will keep any one cents. nnd getting numerous good order for OI Jul' ptcruc. ! froni Thursday, July lth, to Saturday, The Adair county fair will be held died of his wounds. The other two inI attempt-S". the Job priutingdepartmeut. B jured will recover. It is said when the o . w tl, thn dnys ami two nights for at Columbia, August 20th, and the four od to find aomo news to enclose in tliia feeble effort but our valued Crab Oreh- - $50. Of course this does not include following days, entries to the trota to explosion took place tho boiler was lift ed to the top Of the abed, when n Second! Ev brought to the city of Lom.vitle, now open 0 V ft close Ang. 10. ard correspondent, so greedy after news, conveyance. nu"nfcT uie The Kb. of July picnic will bo largely T. II. Hill, of Marion, bought of explosion lOUOWeii. had even couuted chickens before they' A hstchod and told the news a week hence. I attended from ull of the surrounding Von Gruuigan and others in this coun v.ttlnr) special term of circuit court con' KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S.HATS o s? linn, Afn.1m. rAl. 4!-- l f t cb 2 he tow nt and the Garrard conntv officials' ty a largo bunch of The only thing I could find that lie had cattle at And also my own importation of Enftliih rti w& gangmanfor the murder of young and Cap,. An P, i,M ot not recorded was that our former towns-- ' ' ,)e '"'ro to w that good order is 2J to 2J cents. d V O. O. L. Snoonamoro bought of Mober HJgginbothatn in tho northern portion Celebrated UmbrelUi alwayi on hand. Fine 1 o man, Mr. I). B. KdmUton, Ii laying the mafiitaiued. K' . of thisrounty November 13, 18(11, nearly will bit free 'of charge ly, of Garrard, a combined mare forSHJo, foundation for n handsome residence oh' SEAL SKIN &AOQUEB, OAFS, 23 yearn ago. Judge Morton was ap- forenoon and in the afternoon and sold a black Main street, where tlio Stanford pike in-- j n ' to James pointed to try the case, Judge Morrow G'ovei and other Fun, a ipeeialty. Orden S" B o Prof. Bush duvet for $100. ..This isa slight omission but! J4''" ' ' been counsel in the case before ,ld' f Clt' ,olicitjJi perfect aatiifactlor guaraaMonte Fox bought of George our correspondent shall' receive no cen- - at the head of one and o'ur regular band uoa l u" t0 oriI'r " NOBnv "AT- ' ,eea X r in the other. ginbotham, of Garrard county, 110 200-- ho was elected iudire. It wn this time. ridel I l5uld ipost respectfully petition tlie' pound hogs at Ic, to be delivered July from some cause Monday to et the case Thosowtiothlnk.lt pleasant to" s for Wednesday. It was called at 10 over privnte roads, Interspersed with Wncolii County Court to appoint an 1. Danville Advocate. l?fflB!X)f sty 5 3i&3 Cattle are quiet in Cincinnati at 1 to o'clock Wednesday and proceedings mini holes, gates ami fences, would nut-- overseer on the public road leading from M M rf o Crab Orchard to Dripping Springs. The 4 cents; hogs are in fair local demand at were opened. A jury was procured by 2 urallvcnfoy this part of the traveling P ?T ' Prc8cnt overseer, Wash Singleton, has :)J to 4 J; sheep in good demand at 3 to o'clock and all the witnesses for the Com newspaperman's work, hut not being monwealth were examined and some for ' one of those and prefeiring to remain in j not touched the road this year from the 4 J; lambs active at 4J to OJ. The Board of Agriculture estimates the defense before closing for the night. ornbout town, where awnings and shade rIver t0 CruliOrchard and the writer ' g H B uaa ,,w folS t0 keui il in passable that the Illinois wheat crop will average It is thought the trial will be finished by trees jaimpc'r with the sun's hot and 2 j Thursday evening. tanning rays, and where you can take a condition nl his own expense. All other 13 bushels to the acre, making a total 2. J". & CO., bur-yield of 20((W,370 bushels. ' re in good order. seat and telLthe paper's good qualities, roiulh The Temperance Cause. D a I). O. Si,Afoii?ca. B. N. Isaacs bought of Travis Thorn instead of standing on one foot to rest' HUSTONVILLE, KY. Tlie tlefeat of the constitutional amend' (ImAiliup !.. n ,,!.. toil two Ann !nrL'annn t vnr r1.l Inr rtl.l ln...l,,.. t.. t " Are still In the business and reaJy to "'" " "" ,v" mem . - . l. jV luiuici'i ftcarl,t'bft'r' ?C0O. and the' other three years old for gale iirortiDUimr tlie manitfacturu mill mine " me unuertaici lifline. We haeda a anv. tmsy farmer for a year's subscription, I full & Of intoxicating liquors in Peniisvl-"ock of Case, and of all kind, and Robe uostoflice. K"" t ", r,00. -L- ebanon Standard. find myself Invariably dotmr the imreea-- , . oicicrj aeicripuon. Uur Hearse, winch is nearly w-- .. 1, sugar 01 .. , 1q. vania by a majority of iienrlv 190.000 and new can be obtained on short notice. Mr. J ,, T. n. 1H bouht : blennd forgetting until the last, the lead .1 uaiH of .uomre.li so.u Green has charge of 41 DRQADWAY, and instead tartarie acid for making and Lincoln counties over 200 largo ship tlie repeal of the similar constitutional mirgvjus 10 any oneeur business anythingwillin show needing work to bedono'iu tlie countrv. Don't! picnic our provision in Khode Island by a majority "uc- lemonade and 10 persons were fa- - ping cattle at tj for delivery LEXINGTON, 6vtf KY. within the over three times n great as think from this that I dislike to bo with t ,it,. that by ' , . CO days. next 30 or Anderson News. tho country people, for I really believo, ., , , ". which it was adopted threo years ago, ' ITT) The Owen News Says: V. C. Rans-tle- following so closely on they are "tho choen," nnd-i- t is for their, & "rs&rv the emphatic ver- Nashville railroad : the track ha 20 ewes from which he sold diet of welfare mostly that I prefer to bother! ,, ,...... . Massachusetts, marks tho reflux ".......... .u.. v,,u ,..wt ' " $112.17 worth of wool and lambs the of tho !,,r.,n,l thn I.IIa ,iro:,nf In n tide of constitutional prohibition. ' " n i wonl br,n8n likes and' dislikes deterred tne not and ns ' Dealer In These defeats may teach the temperance high. Fourteen 07. as I was through Crab Orchard I politicians somo wisdom. Tho local opin t 10 wreck and 10 -K- ominger A Seaman have 50 Texas saddled my mustang nnd struck out or,i'oI tion field gives them plenty of room for or lew hurt. ' horaes for sale at prices that action, if they continue to tho lower cad of Rockcastle and adjacent think that .Mr. Charles H. Hyan, assistant gen will aitonibh you. They can be found at they can make people good country. From farm house to farm houso STANFORD, KY. by law; and cral passenger agent of tlio C. & O., bus the Carpenter ' my tale of woo" was told, with, as a Home for tho next few perhaps thoy will no longer scorn tho asresigned tn g) Into the mercantile busi- - days. Konend thing, good cllVct, and absorbed ncssjn the sistance or motives of those who are anxSouth. lie is a gentleman Ilingimister, the aa I wils in the good work, wuuuotatraro t.. Al. Northern Handicap, winner of the Great ious to limit the ovilsof tho liquor traftlc nlk I fir It ASiil Itlaa u I mt i iH at York, England, by high license and strict regulation. of approaching darknena till the sun had filed so acqoptably will ,m, remitly) w.l3 an importation from Am,: In politics nnd statesmanship crept far below the mountains around. regretted by all who it is con, , liad buslnesa with '....n.. .. ....... A place to spend the night was the next I iiium uiiu juii wuu country lor r.ngiana sidered wisdom to take half a loaf rather Ever exhibited in Stanford. him. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is thing to think of and inquiry of such a ' than do without bread, aud lLcewise to Col. Sani 11 BurtlAlt wiui r1lvfe!.iir full and complete. We call special attention to our The Republican savs that E. H. Bird mitigate evils where it is impracticable place brought to me the fact that Diip his ollico last week and Col.' W. J. Wil- ping Springs was only a few miles on". Of lnore. wh0 has boon tho &nnorintii..sMit of Pulaski, raised 413 bushels of straw- to eradicate them. Tho temperancecoureo that milted mo ami in a short t tlm 1nrfm,aiii..rWnf v r o,ink.t. berries this year by actual measurement M.i.wv.,t rn.r-ii"w to morals nitii-e- r haiava v Ml V WUIUI vsj)v The best Casket of the kind ever invented. time tho I. J. man waHcomfortably seated Co., for tho past tlvo years, has boo'n ap on three acres of ground, which netted than to civics, but the liouor trafllc. in Dan Slaughter's parlors in hearing of pointed as Hovenuo Agent at a salary of him $000. like other traflic, is a proper subject of Embalming under the most approved method when desired. The news ou which wheat advanced regulation.' That tho liquor traliie iscar-rie- d the "grand old spring that diips ami $3,500 and will in all probability bo "stamore thau two cents a bushel in Chica drips." Supper oyer, Mr. Slaughter, a tioned at Omaha. J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. ' on in many cases in n way nreiudi- man of many parts, favored me with a Mrt. Hayes died Monday fromTtiie go Tuesday was to the effect that tho cial to the welfare and good older of tho couple of songs of his own composition, effects of a paralytic stroke, aged 58. She Russian and Hungarian crops nro bad, community few will deny; and that it assisted by his wife at tho piano, was n nativo of Ohio and n woman of and that Europe must depend on Ameri- sjiould be to regulated as to restrain tho lie has a il'.io baritone voice and the great earnestness and conviction. Her ca, for brertdstulls. evils likely to result fiom it as much as Rominger & Seaman nrrived this possible most people will admit. nmsio made by the two wiw by fur above reign at the White House was not to If the the average. After the songs were com memorable as somo others, but she gain- week from San Autonia, Texas, with 00 temperance people would try working Texas ponies and they have for awhile in accord with tlie sensible pleted Mr. Slaughter read me a numbei ed some notoriety by astrict enforcement of his poems and told me how he drifted of her temperance ideas. She was quito been selling them liko hot cakes at $25 views of these majorities, (hey are likely to Thoy are mostly into poetical life. Said he: "It is no a homely woman. to accomplish much more in the direcand will make nearly average sized ani- tion of ijidding society of the evils of tmnlilii far inn fit u'ritii nnotiv lint until the im ,ro8im WI" "0l uu mals. tho last year I could'nt write a couplet; liquor traliio than thoy have bv the rail. renl tomperance j c,1l)tei1 us a tcst of tho Winchester Couut. About 200 cat- leal and uncompromising policy thoy I wish it distinctly understood tle on tho market. Tho following sales have preferred so far. Louisviilo that I do not attribute it to Dripping,80"1'1"0"1 of tho SlatL- - Many abstainer- s- were made: 30 fair steers, weight 1,075 or lu Yt!..llLMit mineral wn- - 01,t temperance men-to- tal . wero actively opposed to tho proposed pounds, 31; 17 fair steors, 1,000 ounds, tors." A Salem, D. T., nowspapor prints the i "'"endmeiit bccauso thoy wcro not pro- - f 8,.me: 40 nlalu steeis. 000 nourtds. S2iOper Tho Shrink bull,lhii?isii model of neat, nnn nntl I don't liPHifjttiitrt wiv it l Uu. ' l,nrcd to put prohibition ill tllO CoilStitll-- l J10n,l: 47 trood veurllnirs. 000 nminils. following unique advertisement: "If John Jones, who, '20 years ago, deserted ,ion- - Ie w,ia tl,ifl '"Pi coupled' with a $21,271; 23 calves $13.50; one lot of o coziest little summer resort I know of. in iioor who anu mine, will return, said ' ro',b0al'I" satisfaction with high liconso, ers, 000 pounds, at$13.30.-S- un. table, a big item, is suiiervised by babe will lick the atiiflin' out of him." . .Mrs. Slaughter, which is equal to saving n,ul not rolinl for lim,or Boln8. which You Cannot Afford tho result Philadelphia The Pride or Woman. well cared for and supplied ith tlio lms it is At thlseasoa of the year to be without a good reskin is always very bl'St. The WCt, cold wimthi.r ban' Inquirer. llabl v diarrhoea lalsam in i sign of uure blood, anil all persons truubleii with ..,: :. fe house, as cranm. t i delayed tho guests, but Manager Slough. , Why la It dark, ga.yryelWo Udtsncd ikin u .t . colic, diarrhoea sad all Inlummationof the stom- by July 4tll Ills building Will be1 II"' people linger nlonir always ronplalnmj ,ured that their Mood is out of order A few do,es nch and bowels ate exceedingly danKerou if not Wl" keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture terMlJ-' about that continual tired Ireluitt On bott!o s.f of lleest' Hlood 1'nnfier & illwd Maker will re- inmiiipi! Tyndortalcor's n, dlillculty began. Only n few understand English and posies-duno German blood and not beinuMi nf U i,o t t,.iL-- . nt l.M m kn limine. 1 to and what lo MV. though, and I was toon unS care of .Mr. Victor Be ckor, who fluently speaks Herman, English nnd French and who rendered mo ureal, and timMv H,.r. vice. He is a fine gentleman, a good democrat nnd is ever ready to stand hv his country. Besides going through the civil war, ho fought in numereiis French battles and has even fought n duel. He is fond of war and informed me that should there be a disturbenco of any kind in this or hid old country, his services were over at command and that no man would carry a musket or sword with more pride than he. Mrs. decker is a until of influence in hi section and is associated with all the business enterprises of the colony. Ottenheim is not booming, but on the contrary is rattier dead. The Germans, ns a general tiling, have made unwise or unprofitable investments, to say the least, and the consequence it they are nearly or quite "strapped." They are workers, though, and it is to tie hoped that their acquaintance with our ways and customs may result in making their years to come more profitable und pleasant than those they have already spent In our midst. , x ' KvO. W, LANCASTER. GRRAARD COUNTY. ui,li ml,i. l. ball-roo- o Conway, this county, struck S110 in My Now House on Main the lust lottery drawing. Joe 1,lim8ido sold to Huoly & Indications ure that the jury will Slitnford, Ky For termi apply to Mr. Vv u. . n Wllk uiKEin., aizniora, or 10 m al Uanville, Ky. rilI' 10 '0""'8 ld In the Sign mn case. , 3 LOTTIE N. HOLMES, ,(' --Two back .,,,, et hiihdlnnii .iuiA.1 j rnti'a wt I'utinwiio iuuivu C. A. BENEOICT & CO., Tou 0' stock were shipped ciwzens 01 tnts county this week. J Our thanks me due Cant. R. L. Well Drillers & Pump I tins county baturday. They went "' Adjusters, vIa tno K 0. Myers for a eano of peculiar construct-- ; Stanford, ky. I Tucro nobody in town anil no ion. nous. Harvest is in full blast and the John and Ben Ramsey were takeu I Welti drilled present report on wheat Is about u half by a U. S. marshal to London Wednw"' factory pricei. to orJer and lump turtnthed at J" day on the charge of selling liquor. crop. -- ni. Iteppert Hannagan is the H. Ferguson is home again. He B. has recovered his voice and ia very much name of the young gentleman lately arWith improved us to general health, Praise rived to gladden the homo of Dr. Ftan-naga& the Lord. of Casey county. T. J. Ballard, candidate for State Manufacturer! of Fine Saddle and H.irnen in Gov. Buckuer has u knack at d ttyle in the men. When he appointed S. A. Senator, to represent Madison, Estill and every roiungand rtnhh kiown pe:ialt trade. Race nu 1 Jiquipmfntia man Street, LEXINGTON, Ky Newell, of Somerset, a Commissioner this county, was hero Monday and Fri"u. )i for the Deaf mid Dumb Institute, he day looking up his interests. S. O. DAVIS, Ike Coffey, a citizen of tiiii county, sought among gentlemen and selected who worked on tho Cumberland Gap PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, the cream. -- Ldclen Noel has been employed by tunnel, is supposed to have been killed MfrincRyroy, 1. v. Prof. Hogsett to assist him in his school there a short time since by a blust. Office next door to Whitehead's Druir Stota. Robert Cook, of Conway, is much Special attention giren to dltenet of children at Harrodsburg. Lucien is wortliy of ;r-- f. any honor that muy bo bestowed upon worse. Mr. Creech, Laurel county, rehim. Ho is one of the best boys ever publican candidato for tlio legislature, was here Tuesday and Wednesday. He reared in, Lancaster. Jno. W. Mason, Commissioner of appears to be a wry clever gentleman. jH5epSB h..1"1 No- - ' 1ui''tV of Jellico, Lily Wo have it laid up for tho mail Internal Revenue, has tendered to W. G. m'. y"d- - L"v ror orJer. ut uw. .j, i. ifiyvri moru and they will be attend. Dutilap the position of General Deputy agents. Thoy have carried half a dozen ed to promptly, J. B. HICOINS, oj Collector for this State, at n salary of of our letters to you by and kept them Starford, Ky, $1,800 and expenses while traveling. The from appearing, probably a relief to I appointment was promptly declined. It some, but rathor annoying to tho writer. 1 J. P. Muncv. a carnenter. wlm iisi-lias been said that Mr. Dunlap was hay tecuted the ervlce ot a competent Car. do any and seeking a government office. This looks to work here, has been having much page Maker and aw prepared to Carriage... all trouble with the Louisviilo on account ..w. t0'.!:??!?'? win nave my personal 4c. very much like he is doing uotiilng of .....u.,cU,u iiie u. pcrvUion. Ah work guaranteed. Pricei reason. of Ids fighting qualities when using liq- aoie the kind. WM. DAUGHERTV. uor. His two girls have run off and left d ,, MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. aI l)re'ldl nt tll uxt b'uudny morning wil1 S flTrinVif Vo TwiVl I'Ztffi FARMERS Irii"'' 'r llt lf ""n and ot the counties Liniola Garrard and Washing. " nfwl W''n to matters of i?. ADVOCATE G- lanaKcr, .dJ"" Danville, Ky. - Koyle, Business ,, ar-0'-- I HARRY A. EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, KY. THOMPSON find-gOo- ai ICSI ICE! ICZ2I 1 ai-t- M Attention, Coal Burners. f NOTICE GEOGEGHAN, Hi IK 1 al-t- -- 1 -- ; Jl" ( HAT world-renown- ed 9 CO CD 1 -- I .i,t ce. lo" ets "Thr-ball-roo- -- 4 U -- ball-room- s, g 4 Hig-aur- e ! - .i.mi ' -4 1 mtQUBmfHy T. STJTTOIT . . Si t r?i SS , ' ' , ' y ..,,'! .;,...! ,,., """"'' fli-r- - "".". "l 1 . .... . 1 WM. ADAMS SON, l ! 11 1i ,,...,,', ''"'YTV tn we"w ll iJ3s IFff 50 5S7.-Roo- Jlo WW wto JBdJ kMJEN, I half-bree- Furniture d and Undertakers' Goods! "i('T -- .iiwu - I ,..,,. ..,,. TUeLarest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades "l"11-"- I w j DESTRUCTIBLE Brai&I, CASKET, V half-bree- d SEW I UJlMll UKu STORE! MaVCK HUFFMAN Fa OF, two-year-ol- U'cniy Com-mercia- l. m m I heif-Th- -- . i ' , Aclearpc-irlyiindtranspArtn- t -' ' jiiiiiiiii.ii. V.U...II... CO bllV, lYiin tirely removethUleellns, give wiiciuiiiiu, my llCNt Stopping point, and there the a.d regulatu digeition. A K. iu nri' Hlood Punfli-- r and lllnn.1 M-.- ulll them a jood appetite T Peuny, Dujglst, Uiuo the cause and the skin will become clwrand und irstl.rHction is nogiven transparent Trj-lIt con you nothing It is fully warranted A, Und than, any other medicine on earth antee it. A, R. fenny, Druffgut. R. IVimy, Urujritist. t. u1. u. iS'SSlIS:; J?; We rruar. ! Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and vou will be con- vinCed tllflt I 30U lower, than tho lowest. 1.t"- i , "' v .'A&jJtiLs.J' - ftr - -' -- r7"!;Ts-- r l '1.1F1 vTy""" (P mttmLm,$immvwi .iy f 5' I i ' u U fc- - K William Osbone, married hut three youno lawyprwhoimaginesthat Mr. "' editorials in the weeks, was cut clear in two by a circular Wnltoreon writes.all the ' Courier-Journwas wondorlng tho oth- saw at Evansville, Ind, maA bull butted a train off tho track er day how he managed to write so Stanford, Kr.t June 28, 1889 ny during his recent outing with tho near Goldman, Ark., killing one manl n twspancr boys. This seems to bo the and wounding soveral others. It is estimated that the sugar trust go lend impression among the uninitla-teW. F WALTON. wo will nay tliHt divided profits to tho amount of $20,000,- for nlioso benefit oven if Mr. Wattcrson wished to do so it 000 within the past 12 months. Georga McCann, awaiting trial in DEMOCRATIC TICKET. would bo a physical impossibility for Philadelphia for the murder of his wife, him to write half of tho editorials that For State Treasurer, are printed from one year's end to tho committed suicido by hanging himself In O. SHARPE. STEPHEN other in that great daily. Tho fact is his cell. The governor of Louisiana has Isthat gentleman writes less than any man For npreenutive, Lincoln County, paper. Frequently for months sued n proclamation warning Sullivan on tho RICHARD C. WARREN. at a time ho docs not write a lino and and Kilrain not to prize fight In his Where on then he will become interested in somo State. Goods, Boots, Shoes, Pennsylvania experienced last Tues- question of public policy and buckle The trial of McDow, for the murder Caps, day the unusnal spectacle in recent years himself down to work for a week or tno, of Editor Dawson, is progressing at otithe lepal execution ofn wotnnn. There doing then almost as much in quantity Charleston, S. C, with seven negroes on Store. is a sentiment against this disposal of and double in quality tho work of two tho jury. women, which had almost taken the ef- ordinary men. Besides reporters by the boy living in Ballard Come one, come A fect of an unwritten law, hut the board Shoes, week score, editors of departments by the doz- county cut a negro man bo badly that he Look pardons recognized no such law and per- en and writers of various kinds, there died because tho negro called him a "litI mitted Mrs. Sarah J. Whittling to pay are half a dozen men who do nothing tle rascal." -7. i,''C" n the penalty of her crimes, as she should but write editorials for tho Courier-Jour- . tijf.tsit. u.i. i John D. Shea, who eight years ago i.rimao' o havo done. It will bo remembered that al, including Harrison Robinson, Rich- killed a policeman named Doran at St. for a trifling amount of insurance that ard W. Knott, Jnmes W. Hopper, V. Louis, has been sentenced to 09 years' (M eho held on their lives, she murdered M. wiU he No, imprisonment. Hull and Joseph Altahcler. her husband and two children by admin- no, dear reader, Mr. Watterson is a wonAlf Grizzard, a colored gambler, was istering arsenic to them. The 'crimes derful man and the greatest editor of his hanged by n mob of his color at Tipton-villwere committed in March, 18SSandsiuce day, but he cannot achieve the impossiTenn., because he refused to reMai'il-eMfi!t,TZf?fher incarceration she hadsoughtthecon-solatio- n ble and he doesn't even try. turn his winnings. week d of religion, which she claimed iinJ!JZLli?l'2cs wJlKh At Versailles B. Crosby slapped Mrs and-Vi week k t her in the trying ordeal and sustained The amending of tbo jI&Mbition law Bradley for plucking some flowers from ut oe made her object to a commutation or restoring to the people the right to vote his uncle's estate, and the court awarded pardon in her case. She met death brave on it, does not necessarily mean a resub her $2,750 damages. ly and died mumbling a prayer, after mission of the question. It will be only Xear Medina, N. Y., Eugene Emery be having spent the previous night in pray after certain prescribed forms of law are week Cora brutally murdered ing and singing hymns. She longed, she complied with that a vote can be taken Grimse, because sho was forbidden to said, to join her murdered husband and again and it will be for the people and no receive his attentions. children, who were awaiting her in glory not the legislature to say when, if ever, Mrs. Margaret Qulnn. aged 101 years, and talked in the same sti.nin that all this is done. The question, however, has just died at her home in Now York. such brutes do when confronted with should bother no one. If it is submitted She has been a widow 50 years and had their doom. Another hanging occurred and the people want to adopt it again used tobacco 75 years. the same day at Wilkesbarre, Ta., they will do so. If they do not want it, The N. Y. Financial Chronicle says Mike paying the penalty for the it will he rejected and that's all there is $28,1178,820 in gold has been shipped murder of a paymaster and his attend- about it. Wo will be satisfied with that from this country to England and Franco Main St., ant, but as he was simply, a horrid man, whatever the majority of tho people de.H. SALINGER, Malinger. in the last two months. no great ado was made.'of his taking-oflf- . cide. We have great confidence in their was shot and killed Charles Tucker DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. good sense and for that reason and oth The republicans of Ohio have nomina- ers we are satisfied that they will elect at Birmingham, Ala., by Joseph Court Twenty-twmembers of Ryan Com- ted Buck Fuzz Forakcr for his third Dick Warren to the legislature. They ney, who found him undressed in Mrs. mandery No. 17, Knights Templar, of I term for governor on the second ballot, have had no such chance for some time Courtney's sleeping apartments. Col. L. P. Tarlton, the widely known this place, attended the celebration of though he was bitterly opposed by the to send a good and competent man to St. John's day at London Monday. lenders of the party, including Sherman represent them at Frankfort and we horse breeder, has been appointed DepuCol. George H. Dohbyn's, one of the ty Collector to Bucceed Mr. Samuel and McKinley. This shows he is a hig- know they will take advantage of it. applicants for the postofllce, who has office. Blackburn in the Frankfort her man than any of them and is a sad J. O. Embry, a prominent citizen of been in Washington City for several ao3 nerrou. .vV,. Vrfe. "BuUlo,b "v" J "" commentary on the intelligent of the " 'gy lo the' ukU, The brutal murderer of Joseph Levin, ....... ...:.' i tonic ' Montgomery, and late candidate for tho days past, returned to Danville on Wed- Wi 'ft Ohio republican, who imagines that the peddler, was taken from the jail at . " ff TO-ir-c If not nesday. per bottle. -Price t5 blow is brains and that chatter is cour Sheppardsville at 1 a. m. Wednesday State Senate, cut and dangerously, The only thing happening in town lJ?Ai"UFrS MAGNETIC PILLS fcr .11l lu.. ... fatally, wounded J. Ed. Gaitsklll, of i n.prca uijfeiti.n..Mck Headache, age. The democrats say with much con- and hanged to a convenient oak. Harry Price ts cent, per boT to vary the monotony of life since the Manufactured nd Itr lairto fl,c , i by tr.e fidence, however, that they intend to re- Ardell was his name and he took his Clark. A Kansas fool accepted Dr. Small's closing of the schools, has been tho adtire Mr. Foraker, and here's hoping they medicine without a murmur, seeming to WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., WilHnniHtmrg, Ky. offer of S500 to any person who would vent of an Italian harper, who keeps will. The platform adopted by the re- think it was just and proper. The man permit a mad dog to bite him so that a us awake of nights. publicans declares for protection, endors- who wad with him at the time of the A C SINE Storm parties uro becoming quite certain test could be made of the J N JIENErEE. es Harrison's administration, favors a murder and robberv, Tom Mitchell, had ... as well as popular among the i numerous liberal policy in tho pension bureau ana j a coso ,.aii( but on the assurance of Ar Mary Anderson's health continues voung people. There has been a gath a service pension, demands protection dell that he had nothing to do with the in such condition that she has had to ering every night this week and several for the wool industry, endorses Foraker, murder and the appeals of the jailer, he cancel all her contracts for a year ahead. more are announced. commends the wiso laws passed by the was let off. That official seems to have She Rev. E. A. Pearce, of the Methodist has not improved at all sinco her regard to the been scared out of his wits for ho made republican legislature in in London. church, is attending the Chautauqua nt liquor traffic and pledges the party to no resistance, but promptly obeyed all ShiujjlcH, Hon. John Charles Thompson, late Lexington this week, and in about 10 keep abreast of public opinion upon that the orders from the mob, though his lit- of llarrodsburg, late Surveyor General days will go East to bo absent 6ome two AHHD ! Bubject. tle son, Bonnie, came to his assistance of Wyoming, will make his home in that or three weeks, In order to secure a Mouldl"g Brackets and Scroll Work, shot-guwith a The fellow Ardell Territory. He is a candidate for dele- much needed rest. After paying all the expenses of entertaining the editors in royal style, the richly deserved his fate, but mob ven- gate to the Constitutional Convention. Tho marriage of Mr. Augustus RogCedar and Locust Posts. The case of Dr. Hourigan, charged ers to Miss Annie Wardroper, both Owensboro Messenger says there is a sur- geance is always to be deplored, espec' We w.ll orry . lttU iU,tk of ,-. found , , plus left, which will be spent in giving ially since the murderer wag in the with the murder of his brother-in-lateachers in the D. & D. Institute this Lumktr VmJ C SINF, Ilu.lneu MiDie.r. Louisville to the good hands of the law and likely to get his Sam Hayes, at Riley's station in April, city, took place on Wednesday in Mays-vill-e an excursion to desert. 1888, which was removed by change of women "who without any expectation at the residence of Col. LaRue of profit or reward, worked so faithfully ol the bnde. The following dispatch will be of in- venue from Marion to Taylor county, is Thomas, brother-in-laand tirelessly in getting up the floral terest to presidential postmasters espec- now on trial. Mr. Roirers is a son of hl.er John b. n The Virginia quarry was not ready Rogers, of the Christian church, decorations. The ladies who did the ially: The Danville postoffice case goes work so admirably hi the entertainment over. Brother Marrs holds the fort un- to furnish Louisville the granite required this section of Kentucky. in to the Louisville business men on April til his commission expires, and the ap- in the specified time, so the contract Benj. Bruner, a boy about 17 years IDTJO-O-ISOJ"E-W33IISO will be included in the excursion." plicants will have to bide a wee. The was awarded to an Arkansas quarry at of age, whilo jumpingona freight train The ladies deserve this partial recogni- postmaster general not more than ten $7.03 per ton, 13 cents higher than the at depot on Wednesday, lost hU footing tion of their services and we are in our minutes ago said to your correspondent Virginia bid. and fell beneath the wheels, the train DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Hon. Boyd Winchester, share and more to raise a fund to give that he and the president found no parsing over his right leg at the knee while in the city. Switzerland, accompanied by his joint from tho effects of which, together cause of removal and the incumbent to them a banquet FANCY ARTICLES, &0. would remain for the present Brother daughter, is in Washington en route to, with the severe shock received in fallWm. Walter Phelps had hardly got- Wathen, at Lebanon, Brother Louisville, where a warm welcorao and, ing, he died the same afternoon. His Phjr.lcUnt prescription, accurately compounded. ten back from Germany with the Sanio-a- i to Congress awaits mother is a widow with several chilat Franklin, and the other breth- possibly, a treaty in his pocket lefore the presi- ren will remain awhile, for they are good him. Times. dren. dent appoints him minister to Germany, men. Times Special. Hon. J. Randolph Tucker has acThe contest in the town precincts tho post he tried to give Murat Halstead. cepted the professorship of Equity, Com- between Messrs. James Dodda and F. M. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Gen. Simon Cameron, who worked mercial, Constitutional and International Phelps was next to Morten in the race v CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. VL3v1 Shumate to determine who should be and this hand- himself up from printers' devil to Sena- law at Washington and Lee University, for the for jailer of Ever brought to thi. market. Price, lower than the democratic candidate reminds our own tor, Secretary of War, when it meant and has announced his permanent retire Boyle county in tho August election of the lowtn. Watchti, Clockt and Jewelry some recognition Ite. Billy Bradley that as he was third he is something, minister and other positions ment from politics. paired on ahortlnotice and warranted. 1890, was held on Tuesday and Wednesalso entitled to something relatively as of prominence and fame, and who was Charles De Baum, defaulting cash- day of this week, resulting in a Water a power for years in national as he was ier of the Park National Bank of New nice, and hopes it will come p. d. q. loo for Dodds, the vote standing 80 for almost supreme in Pennsylvania poli- York, pleaded guilty to a charge of forg Otmilei the.hortett, houn ijulckett bet Dodds againBt 140 for Shumato and now Judge Boyd, who perhaps doesn't take tics, died at Lancaster, Pa., Wednesday five years and the former gentleman can say In truth, is missing evening at the ripe old age of 90 years. ery and was sentenced to any of the "measly sheets," months in prison. He went to "Politics is hell." New Or- all the "nice" things the State press is His hietory reads like a romance and Beven Canada with $95,000. postoffice fight The wn in:Mn saying of him for causing the Laurel furnishes another evidence of the capaIt is stated that the Pennsylvania hero has within the last few days grown county grand jury to find an indictment bilities of the American bov. Entire Train Kun Through Without Ch road will unite with the L. & N. in in interest. Messrs. Batterton and Attgt. against us for criminal libel, so wo are have been in Washington to make When a man nas enough money to building the Union depot at lOtfi and THROUGH CAR SERVICE. almost persuaded to reproduce them all Maple, Louisville, and that Mr. Hunt personal efforts, while Mr. VanPelt has -- Train No ,, Pullman rioudo;r Bufl. for his benefit. We think a great deal of become a bank president he ought not ington will abandon his plans to make been content with a well prepared paper el Meepln Car., Cincinnat lo New Orlean. the judge and would do most anything to hunker after the hard earnings of un Chattanooira to Shreveport. and endorsements of value und remainfortunate newspaper men. Gen. Hewitt one at 7th and Water. so look out. to humor him, Under orders of Secretary Tracy ed at home, yet it turns out that Mr. should, in face of this fact, withdraw The Three Forks Enterprise published his suits against the Covington Common- four more stars are being added to the VanPelt is being seriously considered at Beattyville by C. B. Hill, is booming wealth and Owensboro Inquirer and flues of tho navy, to represent the four and is "in tho fight," which position has Conden.ed Schedule in Effect March jt, iBIo. its section for all in sight and assures its thereby show both his magnanimity and inchoato States that are' to enter the not been accorded him until within tho flags will be flung last few days. The matter is being exUnion next fall. Tho leaders that two railroads will run to tho his good sense. BKAS DOWN. KEAD TJF. to tho breeze July 4 and will havo 44 amined and who our postmaster is to capital of Jackson within tho next year TkAlNd SOU I'll tTaTns'nTJrTiT: The S80,47:,000 appropriated by Con- stars. gentleman acquainted with tho No, i. bo we will soon know. fo. I. No. j. or so. A No. STATIONS. gress for the payment of pensions durJiV' V?'- No Ka.t 6. Jaily. Daily, Dally. A wagon load of beer, consigned to Lim. Dally Our democratic postmaster, Mr. situation told us a few days ago, that he ing Lim. Lim. Ex. Sun, Daily. iKa.Sun. I),ly. Ex. Lim. p,y. s the fiscal year ending Juno SO, has 28 in Leavenworth, in Marrs, is likely to hold the fort against looked forward to the time when BeattyTam 4 03 p ml 800pm 733am L've... .Cincinnati, ..A;rv 64oam 64apmioj5mi 330pm o 53 ..Williamttown 3 47 largest town in this all been disbursed and there is a defi- Prohibition Kansas, was taken from tho tho republican aspirants until tho expi- 1059 a m 7 oj pro; 930pm ville woula bo the p miio 19 pm a m Georgetown. ": ciency of over $10,000,000. Tanner is office of the American Express Compa.L.cxinEion, jm.. IIS!"'-- 4 H pm of Kentucky, if not in the entire ration of his commission if ho so desires. n jo p m 7 33pn.io33pm 10 3$ a m part 700am 1a to pm determined to reduce tlw surplus and ny, in that city and godly State, by the Lve,. .Lou. S. R. R. ...Arr j , havo him removed State. Ilurgin ...,i.ye. . .....,! Air.. -will do it if he has to resort to actual Chief of Police and hauled to tho police The recent effort to has failed for the present and Messrs. HutL'ln, ....Arr theft, 5 a m 3 ao p m s5 a m io7opni 3Pm E 4S I'm, j 01 a m 11 17 am l.ve The republicans havo taken up the Rumy. of which he is already partially station. pm BSJPm U.inville - Jo m to ji p m Batterton and Dobbyns have returned u 50 pro 9 io pm la 16 am 11 43 ant m I?5"" .Junction City, 30a 'J gauntlet thrown down by the democrats In the wreck at Latrobe, Pa., on the from Washington with more wisdom 300pm : ; oopm a oj a m somertet,,, ,05ro 5Pm 3iuAni loioprn 830am The Louisville Post very sensibly re- Pennsylvania road, it is probable that Oakdale.... .......... 9 33 P m 11 ,5 a m 3 15 am 4 is am 650 pm in Louisville and nominated candidates 4 and less money than ten days ago. The 1000 pm 8 jjam 640pm Ar'v..Chattanoofia ..L've oaopm 7 33 am 352 the legislature in each district except marks: The "third partv" is catching it 30 or 40 lives were lost. Only lour or charge of "offensive partisanship,"1which ior 9 10 km 7 0op m L'vc.ChJttanooza. -- Ar v 7 35 a m IKIIm will likely have a on every side. Prohibition, as a great five bodies havo been taken from the 949pm lupm 1143 pm Ar'r...AttalU,., 4 47 a m " Arthur "Wallace's, who L'vc..itirminiham 3 43 P "I is understood was filed against him political issue, has seen its joopm 300pm .TttieMoota-- , The party lines will beclose-l- y Temperance may make a goodbest days. wreck and they are all unknown. Thirty-- it 608pm 30a m .. ...i I oaam local issue somotimeago,didnothold good. AVhllo p in 445am Ar'v.... Meridian ,., ";';. i a m 11 oonm Ar'v...New Orlean. '" .looopm '" and Louisville will take prido but not a national question. one cars, together with an engine went drawn 6 30 old school, yet ho ho is a democrat of the (ton m:Ive,. ...Meridian... t down into the channel of tho Loyal in showing to the world what a . I nekton o ion miL ve S has nover been "offensivo" in discharging ,0P m -i.n. NEWS CONDENSED. 11 s a m'L,ve..Vickiburf.... democratic city she is. Hanna creek. 50 feet below the bridge. tho duties of his position andashisoflico Pm .. 35 pm L've.. .....Monroe 4 Sherifl Moore, of Whitley, arrested ,'003 a m 8.top m Ar'v....Shrcveport- -. The depot nt Muirs, on the K. C, Dr. A. J. Campbell and lodged him in ranks 6 00 a m in evory particular, there .".."."".'!!' porsiblo that tho democrats of Ih jt causing a loss of $5,000. jail at Frankfort on charges of rupe, could be no other charge preferred as afruum Train No iiouaoir llunci Sleeping Car., New Clean, to the Madison and Rockcastle Senatorial burned, O'Brien's doomsday Cincinnati inonov Tom has been chicken stealing and obtaining Hamil- fording the slightest pretext for removal. Shrfvfnnrtta Chittanooza. givo Tom Jim Baldistrict are going to Train No 6. Pullmanlloudoir Duffet Sleeping Can New Orleana to Cincinnati. made from fixed for August 24th, which is Satur- under false pretenses .. . 1ml hlifffft 1mn f rkn, . TH.M 1ltmau TtnuHnir lard a walk over for tho office? Ho 1b day. ton, O. The arrest was accomplished The boy, Tom Wolfork, who killed 0 only aspirant we have heard of and Johnstowrl was visited by fiio Mon- through a postal card written by tho doc- members of his family, Imh been found the Ky of Mary ColJOHN C.OAULT. Genera, ""."r, no steps havo been taken by the democ- day and 25 partially wrecked houses tor, who signed the namo of murder nt Perry, Gh. lins. were burned. racy to put out a man. A The , Great Crowd pf Buyers V l. TURM TOWARD THE LOUISVILLE than at the Louisville STORE I fl bargains are facts and prices nominal. You'll not find Continenl better values m Dry Clothing Hats, Trunks, Carpets. Matting, Sc, all, and secure the greatest bargains -',. this broad Sfe Vt" only. in at our wonderful p,?ces: Ladies? JDonfrlakd run r "V. .'"' i.'i,m. "" ..i til ..j ladies this oTatfllb t5rncMhfi'L ihu u'eek at $3: Slers rea"d e, r., ...,.,, ,, Stanford. ' 75 tmd & old this soU $2 SS.25 .wens woes wm reduced 25 sold this percent. ,"? at ?1 " dippers will sold this Remember ttese goods are strictly solid leather and shoddy or auction S,1l.ChiUrm,''Sh0e' tf Ked-Nos- e eTHE LOUISVILLE STORED o The Great Remedies roA. ? I I nzzzxw r r.-.i.- i... "". at. e'la tew ..... mad-eton- e. SINE & MENEFEE, -"XKIJ ar-riv- al ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Laths, Etc., SASH, BOOHS BkXKHDS FATBITT A1TD n. SLAT ,., J. TX2XCX' well-know- A. B. PENNY 9 & ? Good-ntgh- t, (wffluc three-cornere- d Cincinnati and leans. South-Iloun- Dob-by- fflTO d I - I saloon-keeper- j 74mijpm M - 1 1 -j- 1 i-... . walk-ove- r. 1 1 1 red-ho- - U first-cla- ss ' North-Boun- fc? Q ., T)1 Hm ,Mis, -- J r - MMj ?A . f-- ' Jti- - .Ji- - )' Kt ,1 fiT" "-- ' n -- tfgr 'i' -- r'i'ic faf i"iS ( - ""' Semi-Week- ly FasiiionaiiI.k turnouts, druuunern' dren, E. P. and Mattie Hays Owsley. turnouts and everything in tliu livery Since Mrs. Wulker's death she has taken j FiiuiT J aim and extra tops for sale. A. lino ran Ik furnished on short notice nt care of her baby, so It will be seen that C. Martin, May wood. she has spent her life in this service, I. M,, JJruco's livery stable. ot Stanford, Ky., June 28, 1889 which together with visiting the Bick Wood A No. 1 Becond-linnWalter A. Another candidate for jailer appears nnd ameliorating their condition, seembinder for sale cheap. I. M. Bruce. in the person of Deputy Sheriff Otis ed to give her real happiness. Though . . WALTON, Manager t Newlnnd, n good officer and a popular a christiau in Its deepest sense, she nevBy Seven a i, of the young people attended gentleman. Ho tells us that he has er attached herself to any church, bean impromptu hop nt Hustonville last gone MEANS IU8INE8S. in to win nnd intends to do so by cause she preferred the Presbyterian and night. "Watciibb and Jewelry repaired and employing every fair means. yet believed in immersion as tho true .. warranted. A. It. Penny. Thk tnx books for 18M are now ready. After giving the farmers a week to mode of baptism. She performed well Landiuctji'h Garden Seeds resli and Everybody will please come forward and uenuine, in bulk or package, nt A. It. harvest in, during which they have been her partin life nnd the welcome greeting pay liis tnxcH at once. T. I). Newlnnd, getting renny'B. in their best licks, the rain came "well done thou good nnd faithful serThk lx.'Bt placo to buy drugs, patent Sheriff. ... ngnin yesterday. Wheat cutting is near- vant," hits crowned her reward in the medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. LotT. Between Tiirnersvillennd Stan ly through nnd the crop with some ex- great hereafter. The funeral services Penny's. , ford r pair of gold spectuclcH. ceptions is a fair one. Mr. Geo. Vaughn will be conducted by Itev. Ben Helm at Buy your school books, ink, tablets. paper, pencils nnu scnooi supplies oi all Finder return to thin ollico and receive gave his crop to the man who would fur- her late residence this morning nt 10 kinds from A. It. Penny. reward. nish him seed to how the same quantity o'clock, and then the remains will be brought to Buffalo Spring Cemetery for of land this fall. PERSONAL POINTS. We commend Col. W. S. Miller's exam interment bv the side of her husband. Minks, Killed While Drunk.-WeslMas. II. A. Kvanh is visiting relatives ple to all Federal ofllce holders. He says CHURCH AFFAIRS. lie is ready to go without a murmur a white man, a couple of weeks ago disin Harroilshurg. when his superior says so, but that he charged from the section force, was run Miss Hohkiita Latimf.u.oi Athens,Oa., Sam Jones will be in charge of the docs not intend to resign. He is exactly over and killed by passenger train No. High Bridge Camp Meeting, which will is the guest of Miss Annie Uaughmnn. Mr. J. K. Lvn.v has returned from right. There is no dishonor in being fl, at Livingston, Wednesday night. begin July 12 nnd Inst 10 days. His head was entirely severed from his Knox ville, where he went to buy ewes. kicked out of olllce for political Bro. Barnes hns changed his mind body mid he was otherwise horribly again. Finding Mat-tiBohley is visiting her Miss that the Lord was not mangled. He had been around Livingsbrother, Editor J. L. Itosluy, at WinchesThe reception given by Miss Lucy Tate ton Into Wednesday evening nnd it is prospering his lecturing tour for money, ter. he has decided that he never will charge in honor of Misses Itomaine Praden nnd supposed that he fell asleep while rest- for Miss Alice Stl'aiit is attending the what he has to s.iy again ns long ns he Sue Hardin, was attended by 10 couples, ing on the trnck on his way home. State Teachers' Association at Wincheswho thoroughly enjoyed the evening. Minks was nbout .35 and leaves n wife lives, nnd he expects to die in the harter. Mil II. C. IliM'LKY has moved into his Refreshments wero partaken of at the and several children in a destitute con- ness of the Lord. Tiie hat will be passed around, we suppose, for those who wish handsome new residence on lower Main proper hour and embraced nearly all the dition. to contribute to the fund to pay off his good things, excellently prepared nnd street. Another mountain man charged with homestead claims on Sanibel Island. Mhn. Moixie Hock tit went up to Pitts- served. murder was granted bail on a writ of haburg Wednesday to see after interests Tiikri: will lKk.speHking galore here beas corpus by Judge Varnon, Tuesday. CRAB ORCHARD there. Monday. Hon. It. C. Warren, Eld. J. Far-riwho killed Matt Howard at JoeStanifer, Mks. W. F. Evans and Mrs. M. J. The rattle of the harvesters tell that Q. Montgomery, the redoubtable Fon Blauton's store, in Harlan county, and the golden sheaves are being brought in. of Danville, are visiting at Mrs. J. K. taine Fox llobbitt am! others are on the who was in Jail here for Farris'. The Springs are to put in more programme. The latter will take for his went out on a f,000 bond, the proof pre- lights, this time we suppose will put on MisiHi'K Helm left for New Albany, text The Ineligibility of Preachers for Ind., Wednesday, to visit Mrs. Charles the Legislature nnd the rensonsthnt gov- sented showing that manslaughter was the dazzle. the extent of the crime, if not less. It is W. Krcmer. The Christian church have for some erned tho makers of the constitution in claimed At that absent witnesses for the time been improving their building and Mikh Eliza Bout returned to Somerdeclaring them so. Commonwealth could have presented n now they have it both neat and coinfort-blset Tuesday, taking with her Miss Annie Uaughmnn, who will spend some time Ciianoe ok Firm. W. H. Higgins hns much stronger case but that is the statethere. sold a third interest in his grocery and ment of interested parties. The defendMiss Annie L. Hopper, of Lebanon, Mr. Matt Woodmi.v has returned from hardware store to tils clerk, W. I). of the is visiting Mrs. M. ant, who was a brother-in-laIt. J. Harris. Mr. Hot Springs much improved, but will and invoicing is now in prog- man he killed, whs represented by J. B. Dillion made a business trip to Mt. Vernot resume, his train dispatching for ten ress. Mr. McKiuney has been with him P.ixtou, of this place, and N. J. Savior non and is now in Livingston. Messrs. days yet. for a number of years and this recogni- and J. C. McKnlght, of Harlan C. JL, Lee Steinhaus and Ward Zeller just re Mish Dolmk Willi a mx, of Hustonvillo, tion of his services is highly deserved, the latter uf whom made his maiden turned from a fish at Livingston. Mr. is with Miss Lucy Tate. Her other guests Mr. Higgins has always enjoyed a fine speech, which is spoken of ns n highly Mrs. T. B. Carson are the guests of Wednesday, to the great regret of all run of custom, for which ho is very creditable mid telling one. The Com- and left Mr. J. E. Carson. Mr. John Brooks the young folk. thankful, and hopes it will be continued monwealth's cause was in the hands of has returned (o Harrodsburgaftera visit Mrs. A. A. McKinney has had a se- with the new firm of Higgins A McKiu- the capable young lawyer, I). K. Bawto this place. We nre sorry to henr that S-- 3 vere attack of flux. Mrs. T. It. Walton, ney. ling, of Uarbotirville, and wns well tak- Prof. J. M. Itupley has accepted a .. who was thrvatcned witli the same disen enre of. AT- chair In Centre College, Danville, nnd Juihie Vaknon granted General ease, is much Is'tter. One of our young ladies will leave. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. bail for the killing of Jack Turner in Mrs. J. W. Nksiiitt, of Mt. Vernon, will regret it more than we unlets, ns who was Miss Hokr Itcppcrt, was here Bell county in the sum of $10,000, which J. A. Thornbury, of Pineville, nnd it is rumored, he proposes to take her shopping this week, and lookinc remark- he gave, Ben Turner, a brother of the Miss Lyle, daughter of C. D. Allen, of with him. He makes a good "lenp"this time nlso. Mrs. Doores is out ngain. murdered man, being one of the sureably well and handsome. Greensburg, were married at the latler's Mr. John F. Pettus and son, John S., who was here yesterday ties. Sowders was immediately Dr. Zullek, residence on the 2otli. have gone to the mountains to purhowever, and taken to Bell to answer chase stock. Mr. Frances Edmiston has tells us t lint he and Dr. Pettus hato Mr. N. W. Hughes, the formiil a partnership foi the practice of the charge of killing Lee Turner, also a school teacher, was married Wednedday a sick son, but he is improving. brother of Jack. There is a consideramedicine. to Miss Mollie Boone, the pretty daughMt. Salkm. M. L. Richards started Mrs. J. W. Hose and children, of ble difference of opinion ns to the pro- ter of C. W. Boone, Eld. J. G. Livingston .... HWimth'lil . w 1na'9. m. dip .itli In . . for .ww. w w " "fwi.fc"priety of allowing bail in the case, but officiating. Grvcnsburg, passed through yesterday ceive medical treatment at Shelton's In- , us tin in aivn ..-- .. ..w ..w to Lancaster to visit ht-- sister, Mrs. with the testimony before him, Judge .w. It will surprise their other friends as inflrmurv..lealth. .... nnn. t nun. fullnVarnon says he had no other alternaoldThei Moody Hardin. much t did us to learn that Mr. Geo. fashioned picnic in Mac will be anwoodbrothers-in-laRoyalty's The Musk Teachers' Association at tive. The Turners were A. Prewitt, the popular county clerk of land, one mile north of MiJdleburg, JuLouisville is largely attended and Miss of Sowders and from what we can hear Ca.Hcy, and Miss Dollie, the pretty and ly 4th. Everybody invited to bring Pnimtu oarwllilntea Bcttie Logan, who has worked so hard have terrorized the whole county for lovable daughter of Dr. I. S. Burdett, of well. filled flllRUetu years, a number of good citizens prefer- Hrodheud. nre husband and wife. They invited and expected to be present. for its sum's, is happy. Ice c. Miss Lizzie Garter, of Stanford, who ring to leave than to stay and run the were married in Covington on the 18th, Tho wife of J. Gladden, proprietor risk of incurring their displeasure. Sowbaa been visiting .Mis Jennie Cosby, left after which Mr. Prewitt returned with of the hotel nt Buckner, Ark., dropped for her home yesterday, accompanied by ders proved that he was a peaceable man, his bounie bride to her home, goiug dead when she saw his lifeless body. Gen. Favette Hewitt wns elected but we suspect that if he were also "reMiss Cosby. Owensboro Messenger. thence to Liberty to attend to some busmoved" the atmosphere of Bell county iness and prepare for her coming. Yes- - president and Charles E. Hogo cashier of P 8am Me.vefee hai received his com the new State National Bank at FrankAnnapolis and would become clearer and a safer place tcrday ho was here en route to Brod- - fort mission for a cadetship at Patrick Hunt, wJio was sentenced to will leave today going via Johnstown in which to sojourn. neau to take ner nome, looking as nappy hang at Paris of has had and stopping a day to see the ravages of Gums. las eould be as he unbosomed his secret, execution ordered pending the a stay Three Dead. Bell county has had examinaflood and fire there. three moro homicides added to her great which he declared he could no longer tion into his case by the Court of 'ApCol, Samuel A. Walton, of Lancaster, number, but the murdered nnd murder- keep. For several years Mr. Prewitt has peals. Middleborough A boiler in the who lost his chief of division in the ers were not natives this time. G. W. been visiting Brodhead ostensibly to Treasury Department by reason of be Norwood, a contractor from Alabama, have Dr. Burdett treat his eyes, nnd it Woodworking Co.'s planing mill exploded nnd instantly killed Andy Lipscomb, ing a democrat, has decided to locate in was shot and killed by Toney Cnivasso, was only recently that his friends knew a colored fireman, and shattered the right Washington jwrmanently and has. asso- an Italian baker, because he refused to that pretty Miss Dollie was the magnet. arm of a white man, a caulker, who had ciated himself with retain money due from .his hands for There was no objection on the part of been working on the flues. John M. Glover in the practice of l.iw. Cravasso without a garnishee. After the the parents, who alone were cognizant of NEW AUVEHTISEMEXTS. Times Dispatch. murder, ho and a younger brother took affairs, and the trip to Covington wns af- - .simply the gratification of a desire for to the woods, but they were captured CITY AND VICINITY. ter a long search. It was then decided romance. Wo extend to the happy pair OTIS P. NEWLAND stock that Toney should die nnd his brother our heartiest congratulations, with the It s Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub .limner's. be as bright jectto th Action ofthe Democracy. bo taken to the Pineville jail. As booh hope that life will alwaj-Every account on our books is duo ns the dealth penalty was inflicted the nnd ns beautilul as it seems Groceries, GlassSA-tnext Monday and all who can will pleaso party started with the younger Cravasso, .tl. OWENS l Confections, DEATH'S DOINGS. BSttlo as soon as possible. Itruco A Mc- - nnd ns they were traveling along the an Jailer ol Lincoln It a Candidate for Tobacco. Roberto. road a Winchester rifle cracked on the Miss Hettio Sandidge, aged 18, died county, aublect to the action of the Democratic party. side and the prisoner fell in at the homo of her brother, Porter San- Twine for binders nnd a number of mountain R,. WAlsTO-tr- , brand new buggies for salo cheap. Call the road n corpse. And then tho judi- - didge, Tuesday morning, after a long ill G. S. CARPENTER early and tako first choice of the buggies. cial proceedings came to u close. The ness, in fact she had nearly always been Candidate for of Lincoln county, P. Main and Somerset Streets. dispatch says that Norwood was very an invalid. She wns n lovely girl, n true It a to the action ofJailer Democratic part). I. M. Bruce. the popular with the public generally, and Christian and death wns to her a hnppy The engine and boiler and a portion of the cowardly manner in which he was release from pain and suffering and n N. the machinery belonging to the Stanford killed aroused so much indignation that glorious beginning of eternul life. A It a Candidate for Sheriff, tubject to the action of Planing Mills Co. has been sold to Hart Bpeedy retribution was determined up- number of years ngo she united with tho the Lincoln County Democracy. Bros., at Conway. on. Christian church nt Hustonville, nnd al.. Rend A hint to the. wise is suflicient. SALE! Fire. Shortly after the family had re- though she was unable to attend, except this notice and go straightforward to A. M. Keland hat 4 good Milk Cowt for tale, all at intervals, she kept up a lively interest tired Tuesday night some one discovered Chadwick it Armendt, Crab Orchard, thoroughlrid Shorthornt, with calvci dayt old, that the residence of the lnte James in church affairs nnd whatever pertained having had calve within 34 hourt of 10 other. each nnd pay your account. good. Tho funeral sermon was Paxton was on fire. The family, con- to its Is Receiving His A good chance to get a good cow and a thorough Born, on Wednesday, to tho wife of sisting of Mrs. Paxton, Misses Mattie preached nt her homo by Eider W. L. bred bull calf cheap, Alio have tome nice young boy, that and Bettio Paxton, Mack Huffman, J, B. Willinms, Wednesday afternoon, after built ready for lervice. A. M. ."ELAND, George 15. Waters, n 37 husbeen named George Bain, in hoiur Paxton, Leslie Wilson and Itov. Ben which tho remains wero laid nwny in Stanford, Ky. family burying ground on the placo. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed. Give him a Trial of the temperance orator. Helm's children were immediately the Lexington, From the effects of n paralytic stroke aroused and witli.tliu assistance of neighA week ago wo offered n chnnco in tho 31 Kentucky. bors nnd town people, who wero attract- Mrs. Ibby Ann Owsley, relict of Dr. W. US! rnfllo off of our butiness manager to any ed thither, every effort was mndo to W. Owsley, died nt her home in this lady sending us n clover with any numr save tho furniture, much of which was county nt 4 a. m. yesterday, aged 74 years. ber of loaves exceeding four. Nearly gotten out in the usual broken up condiShe waB n daughter of tho late Squire THC BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR every mail since has brought us letters resulting from the haste. The la- Ephraim Pennington, all of whoso chiltion YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. and clovers, till thev now number nearly dies lost some of their clothing und other Sendto-- Jj.T.PATTCRSON.PRCS. dren, by his first wife, eight In number, cKafo(olOR j. b. SKINNER. prin. popuhalf n hundred. This shows tho valuables, but saved that part that was hnve passed away savo Mr. T. M. Penlarity of tho young man with the fair If you buy aMcGORMAOK REAPER or MOWER you are certain I in trunks. Tho house, which embraced nington. The Becond wife of Dr. Owsley box, which is n recommendation worth u newndditlon, wan entirely destroyed. she bore him two children, Mrs. Arch to get one of the best Machines made. having. Tho mfilo will take place Sept. The fire originated in the kitchen, but Walker, who died not long since, and If you buy a McOormack Machine you can depend on re31st. ... .myiuv -- r IIIS preparatlon,without pairs when wanted, without delay or vexation, which is getting the exactly how will remain a mystery. Stephen E. 0 wsloy, with whom sho livone of VMeSXrn Coonb. During tho fire Wednesday There wns an insurance of $2,400 on the ed. A splendid woman in every sense, ri r injury .removes rxeoic- - most important objects to consider when selecting a Reaper or night Mi. Paxton had that part of the house and furnituie in the London, Liv- her life was devoted to others, for at tho 1 v . Pimlea, liver-Mole- s, furnituro saved stored in the enrringo-houB- erpool Globe, but that will not cover early ago of 10 yoars her work began. ples, Blaok-Head- s, Sunburn and Mower; no mistake about it. The McOormack Machine Go. have always been in the lead of Tho next morning on moving it tho loss by a couplo of thousand. Tho Her mother, owing to rheumatism, wns Tan. A few applications will render the most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and threo little coons about two or three members of the family nre nil so torn up unable to care for her three children, their competitors in the manufacture of Twine Binders, and with white. Viola Cream is not a paint or weeks old were found snugly ensconsed by their misfortune that they have as Pennington, and their caro powder to cover defecti, but a remedy to cure. their Improved No. 4 and Big Four Mowers they have a line of Main a bureau drawer. Their presenco can-n- yet decided on no definite plans for the devolved upon her.. How well sho did It it tuperior (0 all other preparations, and chines second to none. bo accounted for unless thow wero future, though it is Mrs. Paxton's inten her duty their lasting praises attest. In is guaranteed to giro aatisfaction. At drag-giior mailed for 60 cents. Prepared br By all means, see Machines before you make 5n some of tho largo trees surrounding tion to occupy tho cabin in tho yard, at addition she raised one of her sister's coming tho liouso nnd wero carried then by .least ttll the- iinr.,.,st is over nn,i the children and on tho death of Mrs. John G. C, JBITTJVER 3c CO., your selection for TOLEDO, OHIO. their mother when tho firo made it too GEO. . WEAKEN, Agt. enms aro put in proper Bhapo. B. Owsley sho took charge of her chil- - For Salt fit McRobertt A Stag', Stanford, Ky. warm for them. InteriorJournal Ice ciieam at nil hour nt Kimuier's.' I I i B-.c- J d s.c. bus. m buying Your SUMMER COATS And Vasts. toll-g.it- e ey Flannel Shirts and Straw Hats, From ns. e Bruce & Mc Roberts. in s, safe-keepin- Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, - - m e. y, w M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. SUMMER GOODS - Sow-de- rs T. R. WALTON' well-know- n -- ..., - w r w an-i- w White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Cream, r 'I MASON'SIWIRE-TO- FRUIT JARS i to-da- Sealing Wax and Jar Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular embraces Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, ware, Queensware, Cigars, ! I MlLK-ftitAXs- J to-da- hi T. tub-je- in J. Burton, Clerk. J. MENEFEE H. C. RUPUHY, SUMMER m FOR MERCHANTTAILOR ... SPRING AND GOODS! ... Female iuiii The Long and the Short of It. TOwSTiliflii EX ON fIUcWI0LACREAM "T ., k ot ts these the harvest. - f1 w I"' : i v . ''-- -I- -', X jT Semi-Weekly. tf Interior Journal hustonville; Bad Conduct at a Church. On last Sunday at Tyrone Church, which Is on tho road loading from Crab Orchard to Dripping Springs, n party of young milium, who want to get their names up as fighting men, met together to Bottle a personal ililllculty. At the thno referred to thuio were from 160 to 200 persons, mostly women and children, in tho church, who had como to attend nhich had an interesting Sunday-schoo- l only two Sundays before been organized. While the opening omr was in progress tho fuss came up outside and caused a general stampede to the scene of action. Knives and pistols were freely drawn and such lnngungo used as should never be Indulged in at any place, much lews and on tho Lord's l at a Sunday-Hchoo- li : 1 fv.j I It will ivo pleasure ton great" mauy readers of this paper to learn that the Published Every Tuesday and Friday writer lias to n great extent recovered from tliu tortures ho lias been cnduritiR AT o for tho last sir weeks ami Is likely to SO FBB YBlA.Tt.iy A.X) tho Indignation with which ho was sTWhen not 10 paid 92,60 will be charged. filled on reaching tho rascally suggestions of tho Interior Jouun'al its to tho k.C. LOCAL TIME.CARD. character of his disease. In fact ho expects to vindicate himself by making nu Train leaves Rowland at 700 a. m., returning eflbrt to spend tho week with tho State at 4:30 p.m. Teachers' Association at Winchester. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Jimmie Swain, the quiet boy, startbound-im- ? Mail train going North ..ta 31pm led the town Monday evening by " " " South 131pm out of tlie door and landing on his Expren train " South is J7 p m " " " North jajam head on tho pavement. He received a Freight North Local .........630 am ......... jjjf m severe gash on the temple and yelled vo' South. The latter trains also carry passengers. ciferously. We trust he Is not seriously The above It calculated on standard time. Solar injured. An accident to Jim would be ao minutes falter time is about regarded as a public calamity. We have two lingering cases of sickness, w liicb seem destined to result seriously. That of Charlie Bishop is consumption, tho other, J. M. Cooper, seems to be a gen eral wearing out of tho system. Teachers will bear In mind that the county institute (white) will open in Stanford July 23th, and be continued five dayaf All who nro teaching, or contemplate teaching during the year, arc required to be present the full term. All interested In the great question of education are earnestly invited to give us the encouragement of thoir presence and cooperation. Wo have u number of ready writers in the ranks of the teachere, and it is hoped that many will come prepared with essays on subjects of their own Absolutely choosing. Tho Conductor, W. C. This powder never varte. A marvel purity. otters a handsome book as a preatreneth and wholesomenrss. More cconomlca than the ordinary kinds ard can not be sold in mium for tho best "essay on discipline." competition with the multitude of low test, short Let us have a luminous expose of this weight, alum or phosphatepawjers. Sold only in out-HvE The Teacher Who nuviaou hor pupils to strengthen their minds by tho uso ot Ayor's Bar napnrllla, appreciated tho truth that bodily health Is essential to mental rigor. For persons of dellcato and feoblo constitution, whether young or old, this tuedlchio is remarkably bonoflcial. Bo sure you gat Ayor's Sarsnpnrllla. " Evory spring und fall I take a number of bottles of Ayer'a Sarsnpnrllla, and in greatly beuellted." Mrs. James II. Eastman, Stonehnin, Mass. "I havo taken Ayer'a Sarsnparllla with great benntlt to my general health." Miss Thlrxn L. Crcrar, Palmyra, Md. "My daughter, twelvo years ot age, has suffered for the put year from XjTCK IT. STAHfORD, Office south HUOTMAN, KlNTlTCKt, two doors above Depot St ivery, &cad and W gale JfaM, SUROEON DENTIST, lids Mam. V7. .sssassssssfcaftissssVlB DENTIST. Ortic.cn Lancaster street, opposite ataniord, Ky. court-house r JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY. CAPT. FRANK BJHLEY, PROPRIETOR Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished, First' Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters ot this Populat aor-t- f. House. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV , Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hi t London Is the moil convenon reasonable terms ient point on the railroad to reich placet In the 10 of the State. the mountain in sr-tl- cUiiKah and General Debility. hor Aver's Sarsanarliln. llerlienltiih as greatly Improved." Mrs. Harriet Q Battles, South Chelmsford, Mass. "About a year ago I began using Ayer'a Sarsnparllln as a remedy for debility and neuralgia resulting from ruaU.Ul exposure In tho army. I was In a vi ry bad condition, but nix bottles of tb.e8s.r-laparllwith occasional doses of Ayer'a Pills, have greatly Improved my health. I am now able to work, and feel that I cannot say too much for your excellent remedies." F. A. Pinkham, 80 th Moluncus, Me. "My daughter, sixteen years old, li aslng Aver's Sartanarilla with good Iiev. 8. J. Graham, United Brethren Church, Uuckuannon.W.Ya. " I a u (To rod from with lamn back and headache, and havo been iiineli benefited by the use of Aver's Barsnptrilla. I ant now 80 years ofatre, and am that my present health and prolonged life urn due to the use ot Aver's Sarsaparllla." Lucy Moflltt, Uilllngly, Conn. Mrs. Ann II. Parnsworth, a lady 79 years old, So. 'Woodstock, Vt., writes : "After sovernl weeks' suffering from nervous prostration, 1 procured a bottle of Ayer'a Sarsapardla, ami tafore I had taken half ot it my usual hrutlth .tt!.-(lle- day. A fotr weeks since, we began to irf'va The leaders were one in this disgraceful act Alex-antler mi Siingk and Jim Newcomb and Eh WOOD WALLAGE, A NEW FAST MAIL Leavjng Hath iliiiii (9j3!MyuuJLtiVMll&t? fo.fto' & Daily, Secures to Travelers, ar-- At POWDER with others perhaps equally as guilty. For several years Tyrone has been the place where the fighting men of the neighborhood have met together to settle their differences und display their pistols and bravery. They have never been prosecuted because the bet ter class of citizens are a rather timid set and have most generally been related to some of the parties engaged In the ditllcultics. Now tho point is, aro tho officials of Lincoln county going to allow such a state of ruffianism and heathenism to continue to exist in their county? Htrnnt.E. Men'sFourlb Avenue, Outfitter 51) I LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI Louisville, - - MOST RAPID Kentucky. THEattempted between the greatROUTE Ever commercial NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. This old and well-knoHotel it still maintain Ing iti fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the trat cling public M. P NUWCOMR. Prop., Sj-tMt Vernon, Ky, Nervous Prostration, Pure Grin-steu- d, cant. 8 ROYAL HAKI.v; POWDER CO., 106 Wall street. New York. vital topic. Sails, ik. For Sals. Ten Thousand Flat Rails acd 13,000 Poplar Shingles. 1 have on hand Men's, Women' Misses' and Children's Shoei, made by Alter, Forwood & Co. t will sell x the very lowest and Mundelle, which prices I have bought them and they must be sold. My stock is complete and those who want Bargains can get them by railing. I mean bus. W. C. BAILEY, Turnersville. ies.; ANTER' u R?5f-. CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s Quite a number of visitors are enjoying the peaceful retirement of our sedate old village. Miss Joplin, of Mt. Vernon, is with Mrs. Maggie Carpenter. Miss Sue Hardin, of Ilarrodsburg, is at J. W. Hocker's. Mr. V. A. Alcorn, of Mississippi, is at Dr. Alcorn's. Mrs. Culbert-son- , of Cincinnati, is withhersister, Mrs. Misses Mary and Eugenia Camnitz. Peyton, who spent the winter at McKin-neTexas, havo returned. Misses Emma Hunn and Lucy Givens tiave finished u long visit to Greeusburg. Mr. and Mr?. R. J. Lyles returned to Nashville Saturday. Dr. H. Brown and Misses Lizzie and Blancho Twidwell are junket' fair at New York. Newport, Ac. Miss Tucker, of Springfield, is with Mi?3 Lena Yowell. Miss Satlie Phillips, of Mercer, is at Mr. C. C. VunArsdale's. Miss Mary Kay is at Mrs. Givens'. And Will Huffman can still be "heard." He Cometh Not, She Said. ' , y, ft Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi era. It is more fatal to chickens th?r. all flther diseases combined. But the discovery of u reineay tnat fosithvlj cures it has been made, and to be of its efficacy only requires a trial, a bottle is enough int one hundred chickens. It is If, after usinj of a bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undeisigncd and .vour nmuev will be refunded. con-vinced 50-cen- ts guar-nntee- d two-third- s Tor by sale McKobpmA- - Stnjg, Stanford r Cong'.i . ,1 o Ail '. 1 ut ;;roainr tLi:iAtitt than ever. 2s'o iruiaratlott for Throat uiul Lun Troubles U so prcupt iu Its effects, so ugrevalilo to the taste, ami bo widely known as iIiIa. It is tho family medicine in tliiviK'iuih of housliolils. "I havo ruifijrt'il for yean from a bronchial trouble that, whenever I tuke cold or aiu icpiMuil to inclemunt woatl:-e- r, nliow-- i u.itlf by a very r.nnoyini iu tha throat anil by tlclclliin diftlculty in hreathing. I have tiie.l a groat many reuieilles. but none does so well as Ayer's Cherry l'octoral v.hlch always gives prompt rnliof in returns of luyolil complaint." Ernest A.Huilor, Inspector of I'ubllo I'.oads, Parish, Terra Bonne, La. " I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most important remedy toral in fien-mtlo- Avc'i CVerry Pec- have tested Its curatlvo power, in my family, many times riiirhix tho past Ihlfty yeats, ami havo never known it to fall It will relieve tho most serious affections of tlm throat nnd luus, Tvhetliur in chlMreit or niltilts." Mrs. E. G. Ederiy, Council BluiTs, Iowa. "Twenty years ago I was troubled vtlth a ihsoaso of tho lungs. Doctors nffonlod 1110 no relief aud considered my enso hopeless. I then beguu to usa Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and, before I had finished ono bottle, found relief. I continued to tuku this medicine until a cure was effected. I believe that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my life." Bamuul Griggs, Waukegan, III. "Six years ago I contracted a severe cold which Hottled on my lungs and noon developed all tho alarming symptoms of Consumption, I had a cough, nicht sweats, blecdlnp; of tho lungs, pains In chest and sides, and was so prostrated as to be contlned to my bod most of tho time. After trying various prescriptions, without benefit, my physician finally determined to ftlva mo Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took It. nnd tho effect was magical. I seemed to rally from the first dose of this modiclne, and, after using only threo bottles, am as well and sound as ever." Rodney Johnson, Springfield, 111. " I For Home Use. ju. She is waiting in the darkness, she is 3 waiting by the door, and she hears the Returning Kast Matl arrive Lftlngton ta J . m . .v.,'l J.IIMJ sad sea mourning as it beats the sandy Accommoditkm arrlvesl.esingtonl ot m daily. nightbird cryshore; and she hears the Limited M arritA t..ln .i.. . ing, and the wailingof the trees, and up. . .t duly. This train liseiufeuliU frn end Mend and I 1 runs solid U New Vork. on her fevered forehead gentlyblowsthe For tickets a n J InfermAtttHi 1 Jt-southern breeze; but in vain she stands c A. ,,.,,'?.,.iJAitNKV.'i:'Xsnt Trur I'ass. Act. Stanford, Ky. 97 and listens for the coining of the ono tn).h MUKIHV.On't I'ais At One .Moke Cha.nck. Hilly Dobwn, J D YARfUNlUOK ad V IV. I.elnK.n, Ky who to her is prince and hero, who is M. KUCK, brighter than thesun. Closo tlie door, proprietor of the Blue Front saloon and TEL. ' n i,is. ,.lnS.s tlitt'iloornnd tvi'en Pnbllii house, wan the tirst subscriber stable, ' Kickn-- . He encountKe.l us and ROWLAND, KV., alone, to the 8iKhin of tlie branches, to to tlie STANFORD, KV. Dealer In- the ocean's sullen monti; to tho scream occasionally loaned U3 mom')', and our prevented us from drawing HLCIC OllAyri HOUTK." intfoflhe nltfhtbinl, to the. sobbin? of ;Brnttu.lo has All n lild illitl ,lf iliiilllitt- - fcDry G00d3, Notions, Hats, Caps . ... olliint S',CIAL A rTENTIOS te COMMERCIAL , '; therain, as it fallshketears from Heaven, i'"'""-"- ; t I- l-' Hihi. ltr.i..,, ?U"B" hold oil much lonB- Horse. ,nd mule, bought and .old. THE SHORTEST AHD QUICKEST ROUTE nushlnir on the window pane. Let your We can't proiuiw to Onlyflr.t-cl- s. 011t! ,"ort' c,,anco I er- e -- uaI1 "v M h..r.e.i.i.d vehklc. ud m liv.ry , Frt-! eves this nicht be rivers, and vour hair . fo reform the place, ami If he.a .loe-n- 't ;COnorai Ulno Of CrocoNOS, A..o.g,, u'mournins veil, let your soul float out CENTRAL KENTUCKY llim tnreo or FancV Csndies. Canned Goods. Ac. WALTER A. WOOD HARVE3TINC CO- to heaven in a wild, despairinx wail; for improve u we suan K Tjall Pilnli A" UntN ' ' roJuce uUn '" "'hangt 'Uf k0""1' per week of tho hottest , the footsteps of your hero do not echo four columns a you'll never kind of language. Gratitutle is all right o on the shore, and i GOVER'S MESSENGER. waitinu by the up ton certain limit. Heyond that tin see him. thouuh vou're" editor owes a dutv to tho public Ari- Hay stallion, 16 hands lush, loaled April 14, $$4, door, aud you will not hear tho music of His first dam by Gray hacle; Jil dam by Copper- FAST LINE BETWEEN bottom, ,Vc. the voice vou love so well, you will only zona Kicker. On Dwellmjs, Houu'lioU Furniture, Store, Mer r lie was sircil by Mestenjcer Chief, i , by hear the moaning of tlie ocean's restless , se chandise, At. , apply to the old Chief, sire nf Maud Mceni;er, a isff j 1st LEXINGTON & Pensions were designed for those who CINCINNATI. . dam Jennie hy blino ad d.tu hy Maubrino Mes- - i swell. Close the door, 0 weeping lady. cmnot ml,,,ort themselves by naon of Pennsylvania Firo Insurance Qn sender: jd dam b) Mnmbrimi Chief; 4th dam by SCHEDL'Lr. IN KFFi'.CT MAV. it, USj looknomoro for him you love, better! i0S8o( Hmb or health in their country's I .. ... " Lightning chines aittched and damag es paiu Ticer: 7thdamb l)arnab's1... Diomede. Sth Ham I look for hope and comfort to tho sombre servjce lllt Iier0 jH Senator Mendebon, uk.:.. .1,. .1.... ui .,lllw ,.,l(ll(r,. i vj wnunwii No t. ' Hiu.iJtiiH.iil by ..I....... .so. 4, whether tire cniues or not. No 6. Chief sired Abdullah i'llot, skv above: to vour side your love and who draws .o,000 and upward in tho 17 OEO II I1RUCK, Agent. ,'1stMestcreerMambrinoas Meoctiirer: Jil dam bv Fa Sun. dam Lv Ki. Sun. Daily. MauibrinoChicOAc. lie sired Maud.Mvaxm hero nil your watching cannot win, for matter of salary, and has a pretty fair -- , --s s record ilHi A'el si'j M4rvt-I?j- . Muiii.Iiik Lie Cincinnati ... 8 10 a ra 8 () p mi ' JS pm. T rs-- r he tried to paint tho city and the peel- law practice besides, upon whom lias Lse Covington. , . Uso a in, oj p to J 45 p m 'WJt: Kobeit M, i.sord J3S;irial L a Falmouth. .. v 44 a m a ' I other laitxnei. 17 p ni 4 oi p m ers ran him in. Nebraska State Jour- been bestowed, as a mere gratuity, SLArr Paris.. . .. . n to a rn'io aj p mi S 40 p m Abdallnh 1'ilot ai sired by Alesander's Abdal LOTJISVILLB, KBNTTJCKY. OW) in arrears of pensions. dam lllandina by Muinbrino Chief, He Arr Lexington ... ii oo P m 11 00 p m 6)0 p ru ilah; 1st nal. It would bo sired I'ickarda iJh, Ked Jim and others o a m Lte fans. 41 urn sicxanuer s Atxiiiian (son ot Kyuyk's Ham. Arr Winchester, '." 05 p ml I o ta is un extiact from tho speech dillicult to imagine it .Senator of the time This to pm a I7'). bletonlan, sire of lie sired Gold, Arr llichmond. .. ' 3 P "l 7 jo p m of Jackson, who would lay claim to such THE LARGEST AND FINEST smith Mnidits; Dealer Kdiall Major ho In turn Arr Lancaster-.-A- rr made by a New Hampshire legislator, 137, 4 u p in sired Robert .NtcGrtior 1 17, aire of llonnlo Louisville Times. .Stanford which made Chandler lie likoadognbout favoritism. 16K. '-- 1c " HOTEL IN THE CITY. Lve Richmond S P m St. Klmo. record 1 jo, was sired by Alexander's Arr llerea. am unalterably and "I that J w P '" Dynatnito is tlie most tleadly of all ex Abdallah, dam said tobe by Imp llcllf(iiinder,A'C 111! 5 ao p ",..".... Mambrino Chief, the sirpof the second dam of Arr Lexington. everlastingly opposed to tho nomination plosives, and cholera was sure death to Mencnjrsr Chief, Jr, sired thr Lady Thorne of William E. Chandler. Evory mulo chickens until the discovery of Gnnler's RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- a ion, anu niamunno raicnen, reat in turn sired ,, No. 3. wno ,v. No s Loudon a 20K, and t others in 3 30 and better and and female in theStnto blushed forshamo chicken cholera cure. It is sold on the I alio sired the dams of (Juy ING TO ROOMS. Wilkes 1 tcW. Ilaron Lve Livingston... S " 00 a m Wilkes 1 18 and the dams of 15 others iOi rtcords Lve plan bv McKobertR A when he permitted his ear to bo pulled "no llerea. ...,. 10 35 am of a 30 and better 2t Arrltlchmand.. a in jjjjjjjj..' " .'"'.'.Z'.'. by a rebel brigadier and hid tinder tho Stagg. He "45 stiml the season of 1839 at our Livery TURKISH A RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. Stable willCiabOrchardat Lve Stanford". , 7 oo a pi HirZTTTT. in tuble. It was like a cockroach getting Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. Lve Lancaster ... 7 40 am '.'.','.".'.". m behind a spittoon. Let us send u man The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, SIO Insure a Living Colt. Arr Richmond.... 9a 4J p in 6 10 a m g Lve ftlcTimonJ.... 40 sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever oorea, tetter.chap-pe- d down thero who will submit to no .7" ! We will also stand.our Jack, . Arr Winchester 1 10 p nt 7 IJ a .., hands, chilblains, corns Urnl all skin erupArr Paris and will IJatten the iioso of the 4 o p m 7 48 a in'....... tions and positively cure riles, or no pay requirLve Lexlugton . 3 45 p m XI, wo no a in 1 it m We have purchased the Stanford Woolen and attenipter flatter than a flapjack. If ed It it guaranteed to rim; perfect satisfaction, J Lve Paris 4 JJ p 5 it 4 35 P m Falmouth... elect William E. Chandler tho cheek of or money refunded rrice 35 cents per box. Grist Mill and filledbeginwith new and p'm 9 3 ml 5 07 p m At SKV F.N DOLLARS to insure. Season due Lve Covington. machinery and will on ' Arr , p m to 33 a mi 7 ao p m when marc is parted with every man nnd woman in tho State will For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Arr Cincinnati ... p 11 Aan . -n u.,-i.-1 '1 1 ci m J Wheat is about till harvestSTANFORD, KY. ed and the talk is now to stack well ami hold for $1. John Wood tsold some 700 Ofliceot) Lancaster Street, uppotite Having removed to this place from Llbertv, tu ami a pound heifers to Tom Elkiu at practiceliit profession, rails the attention 01 the Hustling times lot of old cows for 2 cts. pub He to the fact that tie wll ready at all hours day or nlijhttn aner calls in town or country. among tho colored boys, as Sheriff Thirty years ofhls tit c were spent In Stanford and he deems It unnecessary to speak ol his ability as is settling up with them for their returned." a physician and surgeon Ashareoflh patrontaxes. Mr. Carman says his milk cows age of the people olaunford and vicinity isasVed by him, 6jtt came up a fow nights ago with no milk ruirxaxn by In one sido of their bags and perfectly Dr. J. C. Ayar It Co., Lowell, Mais. stiff. He is very much alarmed at such Wei 1 ; six botUM, i. Worth bout. a remarkable occurence. Carman, bo This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trixpais on our lands without per. quiet, as tho interpretation of the former inltslon, as all such wllh prntecutrd to the full is that Montgomery will be defeated and cit extent of the taw Signed M. CEO D HOPPER, the latter is that a republican will stand Is a Caadtdate for T.J. HILL. Clerk ofthe Court of Appeals !.!. HAUI.HMAN, stiff on the same platform as Warren, subject to the action of the Democratic party J M. .MCKUIIKIU,JK. J.H UKUCK KOIUT McAl.lblKK. C If II If CtliVL'tf Itf 111 St 1 itlecion August, ifcj. and that Dick will be elected. Mrs. BetMRS HKNRVluUOHMAN. A M FKLAn'd sy Spoonamore has a chicken with four JOHN W HOLMES, E.T. PKNCE, - C. j t'ARUISH, perfect legs, two of them natural and two HOLMES u v. iiAiir.., protrudo from its back behind its wings. t FlULL, However strange this may appear, It can x, '89., bo accounted for, as it is a campaign ! AajjRic Hoard from June t, per rooster and will walk on the other side cottage Kent tromI to July to July week week St oo t, per 50 June t No 971S It. F. H II in lS'.CJ. Mrs. George Bright's relatives Hoard per week after July I 6 00 srrse a few . 5 50 bl Will bo permitted to III suburbs cows at my tta near Richmond aro visiting her this Cottage Kent prjek after uly .. on Lancaster pike of Stanford, at ... hail a very Single Meal 50 Throe) Dollars by the Huaxon, and a fre of week. S. M. Spoonamore llorseswell cared for, per week.. jjoo CO cents t Mut Hon. hi" erjom. mvabl In ad. valuable dog to die this week from barkEvenbldylscorJiatlvlnvit-- d to visit us earlv I ''" "." th privilege 01 breeding till the cow i o '. ing ut so many agents for different ma- in the season and get adantase i.f the reduced proves youngwnn can bull is not only of the sery best This things. The col- rates. Respectfully, A. L SPOO.S'AMORK, I Ireedir.if, but is indi. (dually a vers superior ani- chinery und fpr other He will not fall topra; , nia! in esery particular P O. Addles., Stanford, Ky tf ored people had a basket dinner hero duce milk cows of tne highest excellence, uoih nu peuisrre snu nis inumuuaiuy guaranue tnis. Sunday, which was attended by about The cjtlle have far scleral STOX.E2T ! 300 people, at which they made about seasons taken the lead in the blooded tattle mark by commanding under the hammer the highest t Jjcob Robinson On hunday night, December 30th, In the town pncis, and haln- - the capacity to produce more ' $2t) for school purposes. HUACK nvust, about 15s milk and butter than anvothcr breed and as much says bo is going get u "politician" paper 01 aiaiuiru, Nr., a old. hands hlh. vears both hind leetwiuts, small and us good beef, thev will not foil t retain their so he can defend the democratic party. star in the forehead and snip on nov. He carries lead In popular favor W. It MILLER his tail, which is very heavy, a little ono sided lie ... - i.f. R. I. White is repairing his buildiu u.. . . mparnve 7 HeUtem-Frt,ae for sale I.ofine registered ... ; . Z.Z. 11. ,lll,ll ""? WIU IHW nicely. J. Walker sold Prowltt 10 JlH"' - "! 1..... ki .lt ."l give s llfllU.Irecovery 01 tan bull calves and otic 2rade heifer calf. rcivaruui ajo, win lor ine V. II MILLER. hogs for 4 cts. the horse, buggy and thief J AS C. UF.ID. Stanford, Ky. Court-Houie '- 0. H. M110BERTS, M. D., chics on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fasteit time and must comfortable trains between all points in the South, or to the West and Northwcit, The counlerpartof this train on all trunk lines Is denominated 1 he Limited Ksnress. 1 he superb rolling ittKk we employ gives patrons unnmiieu lomrort all Coupon Ticket Offices In the SoutJ you will And our lime tables and ticket. Say Mo- non, get Monon and stick to Monon, II you want 10 sate money and have a pleasant journey. U U.AUbUKSHUK, ncrai rassencer Agent, ( Citv Ticket At enls and'OfficM. t. M UuckMaa, uj sth Ave., Louisville, Ky K. A.T ussfCi, 111 Vine st , Cincinnati Ohio -'J Old Ky. Route N N. A M V Co. E. D Solid Vrstibcled Trains to ! e New-lan- d Ayer's Sarsaparilla, a Only one Night out to New York. POSTHD. Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, Pasting all the Famous Virginia Springs by day. light and arriving at Old Point CornKm and tlie Sea Shorn the neat alternoon. Time Card in Effect May ts, IJ rattMail, rattVcs ouv.ir F. press. Daily Accoui Dally Es Sun Sun .' Lve Stanford j ,7 ami is ji n'n i.viinsion... . , 11 it am 6 ao Pm ) sopra Winchester.. 11 s5 ami 7 s) pm o 40 put " K. L JunclM. 0 J7pm J P"-- ' " Ml sterling it pm 7 pm f eopra " Stepstone 1 01 pm 7 j pm " Msrehesd...... to 1 i 01 pm 8 jl pm 10 o am Olive 1141 . . .. pm 4 so am " Ashland , e 01 pm; 10 47 pml EASTWARD, ,' F. Urinklcy ft K HALE'S W7.T.T,. F.a j- . Season Opens June 1 HOSLTEIN-FRK1SIA- N I Captain Wayne ., 1 . t, . I Atr White Sulphur I " CharUttsville. ' " W attunlon ......, " ilillimore . . " Catlettsbur.. " llunllnton . j p 11 im 10 5) pm; n 5' pmi 7 J amf 10 50 am . 1 " " 1 " New Vork Richmond. Va. OldPeintCamfart NoriVlk.,.. PhiUdelphla.. js am, J 50 pm 6 15 pmi ., 9 in pm JJ Pm,,. SO 0 15 pml. pm.. . Itotstcin-Kreiti- ffn, vJ. HILTON umi m , I. e nu Kentucky Central R. R. ... "i"." 'lcra ,r ! jc.ia.sit,-- 10. FOB, HTSURAITOB ?,. Mes-nice- I r"..:.. South-Roun- mrrn XlVJl llWUOil, t tt LlUll s r-s , ji,nd c. g: North-Houn- d. cure-no-pn- ear-pullin- IsTOTIOE. to first-cla- ss Blaols Job. O 111 11 111 mantle with shame." TilO j A Woman's Discovery. - Saturday, May 18th, 1889, CURTIS GOVKR. I" 45 m 10 45 a m 7 p m Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, ire rnEPAitcn ux Si Co., Lowell, Mass. boldly alt J)i ugi'isu. i.,rwu(.t, lit U)tt!c,iJ. Dr. J. c. Ayar undirmined and death teemed immi Stanford, Ky li nent. Tor three msr.tnt sl.e couched luci'ssantlv aud could not sleep. She bought ol us .1 bottlo of mercial-fiazettI Dr. King's New DUcoicry for consumption and j ' ussaomuch relieved on taking the first dose that need it lief we say, and sigh "Why j she slept all night, and with one bottle she has When loving mothers (ads und die, I been miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs. I.u-- 1 And leave the little ones whose feet PTTPWRTriiT' ther Luti ' Thus write W, C. Haiarick A-- Co., of tWi. W They hoped to guide in pathways sweet, Shatby, N. C, Get a free trial bottle ut A. It r. ....1 a l tn mini' .MciM. All about us ' ,,cnni drug'"ri; man nr. dying da.'y whole llvc( might have been No Hotel In Kentucky has a brtter reputation, opinion tnat to be a saved. Itseiini Eupepsy. .1 anu us proprietor is actermint iiisiir V.il when a woman is slowly fading awiy witli the disTL! aiAil Miirht t rim in -- .., In iav., urtii shall be maintained. ..;.. w j 7 eases which urow outot female weaknesses and' must nave l( to tuny enjoy lire, inoutnnas are .. - ...... Irt. i... ci.- .U- 1. t -. ..... . w.. irregularis. because thev doomed lo death. Uut this is not true, ur.' He has recently added to its aproimmenti Favorite Prescription is coiistantl) re. I Pierce's nnnuallv bv our neorlo in thn hone storing woman alflieted with dlseaies oflhis class I that they may att.iin this boon. And yet It may It Is tl.c oply medicine be had by all. We guarantee that Llectnc to Also by dniggl.,., under no.. w. ..au...w ..u UV......M ..., "... ...... J live guarantee from the manufacturers ot its g I. esey case, Or money p.ua lorn will ' omt the Demon Uyspepiia and install instead A First-Clas- s iat!if.,eiion Lunensv. we commenu r.iectnc Hitters loruxs. be refunded, iiepsia . aim an uiscases 01 s.iver. aiomacu ana, To accommodate tlie of his increased Kidne-sSold at 30c and Jl per bottle by A,R transient patronage. Rest Turnouts furnished Pellets, the original and oniy Dr Pierce's Penny drugstore. Commercial Travelers and other, ope a dose, ine Little Ltser Pill i 5c a "ial, I ....-.-. .S.';...,..w.!lf,l.l.n. nnit- iiniiniiitieiilili'S , vsj IP (Of l rv';s. and common sense will prevail. Com- - wonderful discovery has been made result in Pennsylvania aildl laJ- un,y"1' Rhode Island was n .1tremendousr and per- - ritrLinMl .' br . Mvun vran itt rlutth. r " utthstond its iibnn her jnd farher vital or mutimit vmrnri' Kir run I'liiiMt) 01 loiiiiiev- - shj ' iccrust tests, but ....... If Iimu mil cnuikfi. then. . - -- "" D" To do cuiiom grinding and carding Our Mr. Howell has hail over 40 yran' experience at the business and he has acquired a thorough knowledge of bath the branches in addition there will i an ex per. to assist mm in carding ulve us a trial, The highest market price paid for good while corn, I'. j Ba" iicwr.LL S. CO.. iJ MT jftfisaB-' w-ct- ? "' 1 iw-r- V v. .BHiir. -- date S'b&A?' On theMav.ville Ilranch, No 9. leaves Paris at 000, am and No. at MaysUleatioaj.a'm, aW'g ,'o, T,'marriving .t leaves Mnyswlle at s,,s a m, arriving it ur , No. u leaves Maysvllle at 7 40, am. to P '" Th" 1 . ". 1 THE MYERS HOUSE i. uu.v.iunU COMPANY T14. liulictui CREAM j , wide-sprea- d ,.,. 1m ft. i db,M & v i? No, 7 leaves Falinoutf, Cooum ' "'"ei Clncln. nati 755 am; excejit Suudav No ji leates Cincinnati 8 am: nrrlvos fa- mouth 10, to a m: Sunday onlt. No. 31 leaies raimoulU4 It n m; .trrltcs Cm- cinnattit5 ijpm: Suudav onlv Train Notes t runs dallv beiw.or, r inn uuu uinciiinaii, jno j daily between Cincinnati and I..xingtoii tsos.intidb make connealons t Willi. henter a-- m ir n.. loruoiiiison ni!. x. -No, ...... 1 ,.,.. ,.. .,,'. X?llnienUl 111 111 1 ini, "",,.,' Hit-f- Pool anil Billiard Parlors Ik XaEXINGTOIV.XY: 4j Livory Stnblo B ;J&'ijijsii at and depart from tbu Central is iino S....L 11, "' Station Cincinnati, conn ? 'f'f"n all points North, Ka.t and Through tickets and ""V reached by a .radrnt c!,ecke'' . . r..i, " f ..... pamcu.ars -address anv airent nl ,K- - K. II. I1ACON, c Travehug ..Vr Attt . Oen"f P Lexington, Ky, Covington Kv H E HUNTlN(.10N.Ce,,ernl h GENERAL OFFICE . . i...i.ii.uer ei k.oiuitiurce Ituililing, o, IMIORTANl rT"'0,""t W, baui-aire rr r- i?Bt i, XI 0 'i , iiti 0 . '.v.