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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889072301 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. : Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. CHURCH Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, JULY 23, 4889. MT. SALEM. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. NO. 47 AFFAIRS. i com-iiolle- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. -PJ. M. Hubbard, principal of fe'tanford Female College, surprised the A religion hi montho-old Indiana wife to Htninak' tlii'ir crank il -r- iierewasnpie.nio at Yosemite on, ' 13- - Saturday l.K. -I- eople generulry child us H.tcrllliv, clniiniiiH' very busy with. that the Almighty had uriiitf.l to resurrect the child on tin third day. Ilcniy Ihinnin, the Free Will Hup-tipreacher, who recently murdered hla wife in Dale county, Ala., and doped with a voting woman of tin ncilihoi-hooon I111.1 been Hi'iitenced to the fallow h. di-at- h uieir meadows now. Flux, of a very neveio form, has been pievailing at Mlddlebuig for some time. Latoiepom are that the cases are improving. Mm. Julia McWbortor, aged SJ long yeaiH, who hai been very low for at her William Kites, is grauuaiiy growing woise. Mr. June Head, the handsome and smiling clerk behind James Frye's counter, has periodical uncoutrolable inclinations to see his best girl on every Sunday. l'liibert Richards bad a good horse badly hurt a few days siuee, wliicb be supposes was done by a shot from a rabbit hunter. In hi wrath he poited his laud. Cicero Clnrkson Is now one of the proudest beings that ecr the sun shone on. It made Its advent on the 17th iust., citiin.itcd weight 10 Ibi. and is of the nt d, John Hright sold to Johnon, of, IJoyle, 3: owes lit $3.!tt. V. s. Hailey bought of Bishop, of r.n..v. :i vinw nml..a ., Hy the burning of n stable in New York ILK horses were consumed, V. H. Dillion sol.l to it Rockcastle Mrty irpair of aged mare mules for SUS5. -L- iglitning stutck n livery htablo at rof. iin Cllim of a coloted f lit Went Union, () , left lila pulpit and thumped n drunken man who was acting in a hnt.iteroui manner. He then went into the pulpit and Unified hift Hcrmou. Uro. llnriivi ii htill at I.vxinuton, made to liny whoro mi ell'ort Is hein a roMdenee hy populnniulnerlption him of SI. Hy the way, Hro. IluriicM, it ii a lotitf time between your letter. You promised ni better than this. Hiwhop Wilson, who is to preside over the Kentucky Southern Methodic Conference at l'arln, beinnln .Sept. 11, came near being killed in n railroad nc. cldentin Virginia last week. He was badly brtiloed and lost all bin biifHMKe and 1500 in money. Hcv. Dennis Spurrier, a prominent minister of the Methodist Church, drop-dead in Mammoth Cave Thursday nlht. He wan iimrrletl only the day be foreto Mr. Myrn McJohnstonnt Owens-borand wa on hit bridal tour. Heait disease ai the oiim and be fell Juit as bo reached the ItottouileM pit. train will A special Sunday-schoo- l from Mt. Sterling to I'aduc.ih Aurun gust 1!0, at very low rate, for the of delegate to thu S. S. Convention, which will be held in the latter city, Address Miss M. K. Hubcr, Aur. State Secretary, KI2 Kast Hroiidway, l.ouIsvllle, for programme and other A Milliliter in chaw cainp-ineetilit- e Winchester, 0., and L'.'i hones jiqK) were burned. -- About 75 hotheads of Owen county tobacco were sold at Louisville last week val-tim- ,.,i nt at Sl'J to 18.7o. A Hourbon sheep laisor hai realized $10 for each ewe in his lot In lambs and wool this season. California will have the largest grape crop this year ever grown, and Spain reports the same prospects. The shipment of Irish potatoes from Ashwood, Mnury county, Tenn., to date, rather romantic. They had been engaged for a year or two and when they met at the Educational Association they at once decided to end the engagement in a happy marriage. They kept their own counsel however and not until their intimate friends, which included a number of the State ollicers, were let in to the secret, were they aware of the' tutn of allaim. The ceremony was per-formed at the Church of the Advent, Sat-unlay morning, Dr. W. p. Grav, an old friend of the pair olliciatiug. Mrs. Hettie Allen, of Memphis, a sister of the bride, was with her and Miss Dollie Williams and Miss Helle Cook, of this county, DEATH'S DOINGS. were present to see the knot tied and ofMis. Mattie, widow of Oeorge W. fer congratulations. The union promisAlford, djed Saturday morning at her es not only to be a happy one for those home near Hustonxille, of cancer, after most interested, but to redound to the long month of sullering. She was a wellfare of the College over which the sister of Mr. Josh swope and a very exprofessor presides. He is a good teacher A young woman named Charity cellent lady, a member of the Haptist Advocate. of tine executive ability and only needed The reGhllderf, aged IS, hai s worn out a war. church and a true christian. Jas. Haiti n bought of R. II. Cross-llel- a w ife to make his management a comcharging Hev. J W. Wuldrop, one mains were brought to Hutlalo Spring rant We heartily congratulate 100 picked ewes at SS.07J per head. plete success. of Owen county's mot prominent min- Cemeteiy for interment and there laid Resides the immense shipment of 780 him ami the patrons of the schools and isters, with being the father of her child, beside Iter husband's Sunday afternoon. cattle this week, Mr. Ripy still has about wish for him and his bride a life of unborn the latter part of last month. The John M. Rochester, won of Col. C. 800 more to be put on the market in the alloyed happiness. reverend gentleman ha a boit of friends II. Rix'hester, and brother of Capt. K. T. next 30 or oO day. Inuruuculmrg The Nashville American hays: "Mr. in the county und throughout the State, Rochester, died nt the homo of hissistcr, News. and Mrs. Hubbard have both made conwho beliee the charges ate made with- Mr. Hurke, near Huitouville, Saturday In view of the fact that so few of the siderable reputation as educators, and night, of consumption, aged about IS me.idows are not injured with large are especially out foundation. Sew. in Kentucky Though quite young at the quantities of white blossom, a farmer and Tennessee, having many friends and years. F.ttill county refused to subscribe time, Mr. Rochester east his fortune suggests that it would be well for those acquaintances who wish them all happifoO.OnO to the I.., C. A V. road Saturday with the South at the beginning of the who have tields clear of it to cut their ness and prorperity." by 400 majority. war und entering Capt. Robt. Logan's tiuiothv with a view to miking seed. It H. C. Weeks and Susan Simms, 75 Near Hueita Vista. Wilbur F. lliow company in Col. Oth Ken- will be valvable next season and pay land 71 respectively, both of whom had den, Jr., fatally shot W s. S'tevenoii, tucky Cm vn try. he made a reputation for been married twice before, were made much better than hav. while the two were hunting. bruvory and gallant service that will breeder, Thos. one at Newtown, N. Y., last week. The -- At Nashville. Mary Ann scliuub left cling to bis name a long as it is spoken. H. Wales, Iowa City, la., teports that Joseph Fusch took his young bride bur property of jl,(0 to two favorite After the war be tried hU hand at merhis cow. I.idy H.ker I ML' II. II. H., in a up the railroad track near Morse, Wis., dogs of thcconinionut breed. chandising here, lut was unfortunate 7 days' test gave VJ J lbs. HI ozs. milk for a walk, and, stabbing her to death, can now take a iet. and retiring The the rent of his life as a from whleh was made i) lbs. fl o.s. but threw her body down an embankment .... . f ... ....... i ..r ,. married Miss Sallle Welch. uie.premuenusui weer !.... ...... '? flirilll,P. ter. He claims that it is the best record and tied. he is going to take two months vacation. w,(, r,K.llM,wI ,,,, t) thl. tomi, veral ever made bv a cow of this breed. She It is said that Dr. W. O. Bailey, as- -- Throe of the live negroes who coin-- i mx rf.lMn.ii survive them, but was four weeks from calving and weigh-- ; Mirgeon of the C. & O., will mur, ... n mitteda inuidur in Louiiiana..... week ... .V1...M ...i,.:,...,., ,,lt.lr .'.w ed 1.5U0 pounds., .. .Ilk. .MJ ..w.. ry in a short time, the beautiful young .. i i i i 1...... ago nave ieun uniuiieu .win inn i.iu ii . .n ... e He Dr. Mandiford. :ret ineasiiiv bo temp-ie- ' T. M. Harrish sold L'O tons of hemp! widow of reports ay they were lynched Sunday After a funeral sermon here tj,js wtl.k :,t $4.75 per cut., to Jacobs A wanin admiier of her befoie hei inar- ,","v vttetum.iv murium; bv the Rev. in'orue Co.. of Cincinnati. J. 1.. Cogar has liage and is no doubt a greater one now-- Hiram Hondley. an ontagod li"nmu. the leumin were laid awav in bought 40,000 to r.0,000 bushels of w beat since she slipped so easily into the band, armed with three revolvers, killed UliIo Cl.lllltlIVt wllti.r thev 'were and barley this week, wheat at 70 cents of many thousands of dollais. und completed his wife and father-in-laUiW, ,,y a (.,(r,(.k,(, ()f fii;iik Thk eloping party, W. H. IJuike and and lwilev at 50 cents. Jes-- u Martin 1,1 titlttttli. n 1illtl.lt 111. tint f rfif,t.lv cquntv, Miss Irene Dillion, principals, and Mis-esold to iientrvHros., of ',. Niagara""77 Toronto .. own hodv. at hgerton. U. .: '. ... . .. ., , . ., ., ,uiMiivi. i.rKV.s nFallsandrum u Excursions. ;.. seven Venning mules at ?14L' each and Mary and Ora Wilmore, C. C. Caison . . ii"Miiiii-iiiill. ll'i'llis in inaiuiiu liriiiiiii bought of Thomas l'ayne, of Scott coun-- I and R. F. While, leturned fiom Kiiox-vill- e of Muhlenberg county, was fatally injur-- ' the (J. A C. Route between Junc'ion Saturday, where the runaways were ty, -- 5 yearling mules ut ?110 each. Mided while stacking straw for a wheat City and Cincinnati to Niagara Fallsand duly united in 3lrs. Morrison's private way Clipper. thresher. He inn Into n broken pitch- - Toionto and return fir the exclusion of oarloisin the Hattie House. Rev. C. H. August 1st at the lowe- -t rates ever fork and it penetrated his abdomen. This is a good time for fanners to hold j01K,9 olliciatiug. Masterbon Peyton Harrison sent aveiy gush-- ! fcred. The route is via the liueen & on to their wheat. The great expoiting HM,., attended to the preliminaries and , C. II. A-- I), ami connections. conntiies, Russia and Hungary, have no ing letter of congiatulation to Queen j,nctM the young loveis and their friends great and good friend," on Tickets good for jmsnage on legular wheat tospare tins year, ami tne nulla' un,u.r lusting obligations. Victoria, "his on morning ,.,,, is ,,oor There was a good crop in the fact that her daughter, Princess trains aniving at Marv Victoria Feoilore, isinsort of of August 1st and from Cincinnati on this section, and taking the whole Unit- convict named Hooker Weaver, His Royal Highness Piince Henry Mau- special trains leiuiiig the C 11. A D. de- ed States together, a fair one. Luropc who escaped froiu the penitentiary rice, of Ratteiiburg, had safely given pot at I l'. m., 1.1" i'. m and 1:S0 i'. m., will want, though, all we can and was teeaptured with the aid of blood good returning from the Falls until farmers had better let their wheat dry hounds. to n Prince at Windsor. birth A fellow accused a Cheyenne sauIn the 25 days' racing at Washing- Thursday, August Otli. The jmrks and thoroughly and take their time about ton Park, just closed, 1"1 races were run drixe.s aie now open flee to the public; shipping to market. Perhaps, however sage grinder of using dogs for meat when To one who our farmers will not think it right to he turned upon him with his cleaver to which S10S.700 was given in added no charge for admission. tnoney, no puise being for less than $.)(W. has not seen the great cataiact words follow the example of other monopo- and chopped him into mincemeat. Millet's wonderful painting, "The The record for 4J furlongs was reduced fall to express the grandeur of the scene. lists ami raise their prices merely be-A well posted excursion agent will nc- byTulla Ulackburn from .Ml J to 5. Angelas," was tlnally teemed by tho cause they have control of the market. American Art Association and will be and the mile time in a race was iedueed company the train and rheei fully givo Louisville Commercial. brought to this country. It cost ooIl.OOO information as to what is to lie seen by Maoti from 1:40 to RM J W. Carroll, a brakenian, iell un- around Niagara. For rates etc., call on Mis Kate Bogle, of Lincoln county, is francs. Jnmes Barber, of Gallatin, Tenn., der the wheels of bis train at Lebanon i Jiieen & Crescent agents or address F. announced as u candidate to till out the Junction and both arms were po badly W. Woolley, Trav. iVsr. Agent, Lex- unexpired term as as county superin- and Mrs. John Malone, wife of a promiington, Ky. mangled that amputation was necessary. tendent of public instmction of her late- nent farmer residing near that city, A pair of old maids, Misses Aunetta ly deceased ami highly honored father. wereanested at Casky on a ohaige of amputated at the The right arm was Hoggs, who lived in Jackson Tho eyes of the State aie on Lincoln living together in open adultery. Bhoulder and the left one just under the and Milium Vn., took arsenic last week count v, W. A young sou of Henry Lindsay, colBhoulder joint. An examination showed and died. They weie in fair circumstan- county and if anything wealing trousers ored, of Georgia, after witnessing a bis breast to be severely bruised. ces, but were tired of living solitary and comes out as a candidate for that ollico him. In hanging was so impressed that be went we are in favor of The Louisville A- Nashville directors alone. of a dividend of have declined a the meantime wo want to hear a favora- homo and broke his neck at the end You Cannot Afford rope which he tied to a fence post. !l per cent out of the earnings of the hist ble report from Bro. Walton. Hurrah At thUhoaioti (if the year to be without a good re, Lucien Mitchell, a negro of 20, tried six months. The dividend is payable in luM (ldl.iriliueatiil.un in the home, m crainpt. for Miss Kate and Lincoln county chiv to rape a white woman of 70 in Bell Btock to bo issued for that purpose, The Cullc, iliarrhiHii nnd all inllumniatumofthe alryl Jellico News. eoniitv. but was frightened oil". He was uud IjomuI uie exceedingly dangerou If not total income of the road from all sources We call attention to tho adveitisement arrested and at his examining trial the of $77,140 ,itlcmlcd to at once Olio Initio of llesuv' wnnSl.02l.KJl, mi increase U.Uani ill do muru fiafd in iate of thu Hill Academy, Shelbyville, imsband of the woman attempted to kill over the corresponding six inOntliH of kind than any other meilaiiiH on carih. Wb Knar- - of Science Ky., in this issue of our paper. Science" him. 1S8S, The last dividend was 2 per cent. amco it. A K. IVnny, mu-n- t -- C J- - Coleman, Ireasuier of W arreu Hill is the oldest school for women in It U cuntomary for all our people to turn nut the South and under its present manage-- county, O., has been arrested for Never Say 01c when a circus coiiH t'J tunn. It i uho cuttnmaIn the defalcations of A Uiaham, one of the longest and Scoured with ulct'M, boll ami tett.T, ry fur oil who have cier tried GaTiter'a clicken o Weak ot limb und mre of eye, tho missing County Auditor, who is institutions of the land. I'.ut!e cholera cure lo recommend it to their neighbor hu now ofrolig better, llopelrM 0h " l,v" Ktw wifely It l raid on the plan of "no cure, no pay," by daiie a vigorous education for their Surely one mutt die. ,i0th a' re,mbH l)or(,or' McKolicru .V Stafc should send for a catalogue. It ;mn,U,m daughters Not at all, ionr, discourgd Hiffrrcr from di. trouble- - Take Dr. ordered blood and refulou can iiccommodato but 75 boarder.- and ' jiontgomery, the Owen county man . Tho Prldo of Woman. Golden Medical I)ictivry, the grmt 1'ierce' wh',urdered his hw eetlieart, MiJs Iona A clear pearly and trantparunt tk.n i alw.iyi a about CO of these aioiilready engaged. of iiiodurn 1rt. Al and of pure blwod, and all peitons truublrd with WhyTslT litfeoii, and wassenten'ced to life itnpris- lilotrt dlrd(r my U.i tlxwc iinwholikiimorcuiid yellow or blotched ikin can rest a dark, great)', the SCCOtld lie cured, and the victim will lool. nnd fel thattliwr blond ii out of order: A few dotes That people linger lot.r nlay. complalnmz Olllllellt, got only 10 yyiir lit worraiilcd t Iwnefit or cure or of llegct' lllood I'urififr ft Wood .Maker will new man. It ? Ohb bottle of trial of the CllSC given llilll by the Court about that continual tired helms tliu cause and the km will bocome clear and money (Mid for It promptly ru.urntd, uiood I'liniiw nnd nioo.1 iUr iu Appeals. Ho has been playing tho irniuimreiit I'ryll. and if KatUfactmlt it not given male persuasion. From late advices it is learned that Mr. Hannah Richards had arrived safely at Hloomtleld, Iowa, on the Rlth inst., to which place she started on the lL'th to join tier Husband. Hie numerous friends of M. L. Richards will be pleased to learn that he is still improving fast. While the medical faculty of the institu tion be is attending do not propose to inaJte n boy out of the onco reigning timber king, yet they propose to rejuvenate him milllcicntly to make him new. 1 1 'JO-I- K. barrels, or 170 Wilson Dunn, of Garrard, bought of James Stephenson - head of 'J.ycar-olcattle at 2 cents and of W. A. Cash 7 bead of at same price. J. W. James bought of Vandeveer Miller the timber from a tract of land on Green Kiver for SS"0 and his attorney Hon. F. F. Hobbitt, was here yesterday llxing up the papers. - James Miller, of Wayne, bought in old the West Knd, IK head 'J and cattle at 'JJ to 3 cents. He will take them to his distillery and slop them when he again begins distilling. Moses Kahn has arrived here to price the fat cattle, but doesn't expect to buy at the market price 3J to 4 conU. Ijist year he brought joy to the hearts of farmers by imying ." to 0J. l'aris News. I). II. and J. C. Yeiser sold their crop of L',000 bushels of wheat to J. A. Fcrrell at a little the rise of 70 cenU. Mr. Shelby also sold bis crop of 1,000 bushel to same party at same tigute. l'J.j.StXJ car-load- s. footsup natives by bringing a bride home with him on his return from the National Educational Association at Nashville Satur-da- y night. It was knoK-- that he had matrimonial intentions, but no one; knew that the consummation of them was so near at hand. Hut you can't always tell about these widowers, they' sometimes fool the very elect, not to' speak of various and sundry unsuspecting of the Hut that's not! here nor there. Prof. Hubbard is niar-- l ried and from all we can gather be has made an admirable selection for a help-meet. She was Miss Mary F. MeAnalry, of Memphis, and they have known each other for years. A handsome lady and a very accomplished teacher, she has tilled numerous important positions in Southern schools, her last engagement, to which she refused being as presiding teacher of the Marion, Ala., Female Seminary. The marriage was ' non-elect. 1 ( SUMMER GOODS AT T. R. WALTON'S. White Mountain Cream Freezers. v Extracts for Ice Cream, c. M AS0N'SrWTRE-T0- P Sealing Wax and FRUIT JARS Jar Gums. Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. d Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stock embraces Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware, Confections, well-know- n Cigars, Tobacco. Grig-diy'- s T. H. WALTON, J. P. Biirtou, Cleric. Main and Somerset Streets. ! 1 I I I..1.X-..W- . ... .. A C SINK J N MENEFEE ut the-lat- SINE & MENEFEE, Dealer In l - -1 ii ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, B3CX3STBS iSASH, 30OOHS i5L3STI)Scroll Work, Mouldings, Brackets and 111 ,;, - Laths, Shingles, Etc., " , . -- t;... s ' -' PATENT WIRE Wc vmIi I carry a f.ill to k of everything found in a rfrstclais Lumber Yard. , A C SINE, Hunnejs ilaoajer. Cedar and Locust Posts. and counuet A2TD SLAT te FENCE, MILLS. CrcM-uiit- nAMOO1 AllM liKO, Slockn.cn ot the ol Marion llovle, Line 'In, t.arrard and 1? i lrader, Horemen relit. I nir tu. w athi.n;- - FOR SALE OR RENT. Good House and Lot at Mayuood Suitable for on lot doctor or teacher lnod tcho'd-hous- c D L STI.l'IIKNSON, Apply tj May wood, Ky 41 ton will rind all the new to them in the the leading paper of j L Central Kentucky, each week, ttM-rca- IWHOAn1!? AD UUAlij, iucd l'ueday und trUayof Send B. G milter nf forthreemonili' Addre Maiuer, Dan. lie, Ky cent llole, llumes tj and try it STANFORD tie ROLLER - 1 pleased wife let them use Patent Flour made at Stanford Roller Mills, Call for it at your groall cery, and if they have not got it on hand, urge 1 for tle, A. M Kcl.nd ha 4 good Milk Co 10 day old, them to keep It. or get an order from them and thoroucjilnd Shorthorn!, get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant haiii had cale uitlun i hour of each other. and interesting family 98 W X. POTTS, Superintendent. A j;ood chance to set a ,jood cow and a thoroughomen.ee young bred bull calf cheap. AWohate bull ready for erl;e. ZE3I. A. M ."ELAND, 3; Stanford, Kv. ROWLAND, KV., FOR SALE! 0". HILTON Denier In e, ESTRAY. Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps LARGE ROAN COW' with R1!D NKCK and Hoot, Shoes. Clothing, Hardware, fjucens-arwhite back, nurKC'J with two tilts in the lift ear Tinware, Furniture and a up b Mrs Joe Klmare ab ut May it, Taken Ro'wrt Frederick 18S0, and al ud befirc me andbol S Klmorc at Jit. ThuJu'y 4, .tSSo. Fan y Candies, Canned Goods, &c. Hl'Ull sEAUUCNf. J 1' 1. C 4, All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods. General Line of Groceries, - white-cappin- g semi-annu- CUESS & 3IAUET, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Mt. Vernon, Ky. Coal and li.f'ier an responde..' c ol.cited. 1 11 -- (D) tCUISVIItC MIW1BKT CHICA60 Rrna- - Hum-nc- h s a II V rms f r sile 44 Cor ' A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving lloth Pur-luoe- a PRICE 5Zss&. M JR.-,.?- . com-ment- is I 1 - ' I'y l'" T KS,f yr- i - IsllkV iT.l.fSk. LOUISVILLE &J&HVZ UCCDll. - & CINCINNATI 2ISSIOLA-0REA- Duly, Secure to Traveler, sdp-wli- lv?oZlimfrZ rt 'k.- - .!? C Ak B e, rpmsprcparation.without itniiry.removcsFroclcLdvor-MoloB, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fattest time and most comfortable traini between all points in (he South, or to the West and Northwest, The counterpart nf this train on all trunk line is denominated 1 he Limited Expies. The kUpcrb rolling stock we cmpl ', gtc patrons Unlimited Comfort TAt all Coupon Ticket OHLe in the South you wilUiud our time tablet and ticket.. Say get Monon and tuck to M4inn, il yuu want journey, to tave money and have a K U.McCUSUtlCK, I'ajunzer Agent, Chicago. General City Ticket Agenti and Mo-no- loo, Pirn-plo- s, Black-Hoad- - A few applications will render the most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and Tan. Sunburn nnd llnod-inirlfy- llf-ne- r ' HW od 1 vtt , Perfection it attained in I)r Remedy luuro tlm worst cun Se' Ctarrh it will H ot Pumy linuaut you iioIIuhl;. It it fully warranted. A tircly rtmovaihlt leellnif. give thorn asoodappetito and u'gulato di.cttion. A. It. Penny, Dru,lt. iie' e"-'- 0f cra7- - ", "w- ., white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or powder to cover defecti, but a remedy to cute. It ii superior to all other preparations, and is guaranteed to rivo satisfaction. At drug-cist- s or mailed for 60 cents. Prepared by ISITTlVlsrs. .Sc CO., G. - Torr.no, onio. A-- For e ale at VcRoher- - eta?-- 1, nn'Qr'. K I. M III i ft. ER, IJ7 K, ATuRkUN c, l 41 Ii L uiv.'le. Ae..0c'h r , 11.0 Cii.tn m Ky Ohio v n - r- - i S- - fe i' i 11 It fltori'tflU'u ! Jons Hom.ky, of'tlie Winchester Sun, witlf people from tho various sections of never fails to express liis opinion, often tlio county, there iB no more doubt in the bluntest kind of way. Before the the election of Kichnrd Crutch-Hel- d I nomination of Colson he said, and truly: Stanford, Ky., July 23, 1889 aboutWarren to a heat in the next "There are a number of small fry candi lnture than that the election morning h dates who expect to ride into Federal of sun shall rise. His honest, stniilitfor- - fice by ollerim; themselves for tho sacii-fleward course, in this canvass, holding No nomination should be made for back nothing and concealing nothing, an overwhelming defeat is necessarihas increasetl the admiration of the peo- ly awaiting us, and tho only object would DEMOCRATIC TICKET. stove, by ple for him and they are Hoing to show bo to boost some fellow for ollice." That Do t SutcTrtifuter, him by such a ma Hro. Dosley is a republican prophet, tho their confidence in SlErHEX O. SHAKrE jority as will make even Uro. Montgom- the son of a good democrat, none will de ery's led face grow redder in disgust. ny, but it is rare that one of his guild is roK JTATE &LKATDR, tho parson will so honest or speaks out so plainly in Two weeks from ,! K.J nRECKINRIDGE, OK EOYLE. sadder man and re- meeting. bo a wiser, but s Frr IUpreientative, Lincoln County, solve if God will forgive him this time, EniToiis rov i.l and Duncan, charged never again to abandon ids sacred callRICHARD C. WARREN. with publishing inllamnutoiy articles reing for the political honors. garding the Showers case at Elizabeth-towThe mortality among the old men of lowere held by the justice in 0. The prohibitionists declare in their Louisville is alarming. John I'. Morton' Thev refused to uive bond and the jus voice of a majorical platform "that the ty of the people lawfully expressed is the pioneer publisher and founder of the tice did not have the nerve to order the only true mode of determining what largest book and stationery store in the them to jail in the face of tho crowd, the law shall bo. This embodies the City, has joined the large number who which was unmistakably for the accused. have passed from life recently. His T. s'. Clival), the editor of the Welcome great and piieeles principle of be 'at Ribfour-scoryears and three were spent for Tidings, charged with exactly the same ernment." io far so goo 1, Indeed we 15c, bed. Gingthe good of his kind and his deeds of o'irense, swoie the magistrate who tried may say exceedingly good. Hut the Tic, ma fat. adopted this plank do charity and benevolence will live long the otUer two editors oil" the' bench ami set that cost, hnfnrp. ihp. Goods after his bones have returned to dust. he was discharged by another magistrate to not mean a word of it at least they are against any imjority ruling, except that Tho Morton Church Home, which he on exactly the same proof. majority votes their way. The much built at a cost of $100,000 and gave to Association Tun National Editorial vaunted law, which they claim was adop- the Episcopal Church, is one of tiie many monuments that he erected to his meets at Detroit Aug. 27-:- '0 and that city ted after largo expenditures of money to is already making preparation to entermemory. defeat it, has thn section: be tain the members. The mayor will ex (5. That should a majority of those be Louisville papers are making pend $7,000 in doing the clever thing for 75c. The voting at said election vote against pro much ado over a very small matter. the 1kvs. Kentucky is entitled to five hibiting the sale of liquor in said county we be authority is hereby iriven the county They nllego that Editor E. C. Colgan, of dclejMtes in addition to tiie president judge of Lincoln county to call another the l'ineville Messenger, and Col. James and secretary of its association, who are election for the same purpose at some P. Hay, president of the l'ineville delegate by virtue of their ollice. The other time, not less than one year from tho time of holding the first' election; Laud Company, had a fiirht over the appointment of the five delegates was and should a majority of the voters who question of owneiship of the paper, delegated to the executive committee voted nt the second election vote against when the fact is there was nothing and it is high time it was announcing its tho sale of liquor in said county, and tho war of words. y"e had result thereof entered of record, then the more than a in advance of the city the- decision. paprovisions of this act shall at once there information St., M. Dkmocuats do not let anything keep after be in full force and ell'eet as thouch j pers, but failed to see in it the great im-- a majority had voted for prohibition at portance into which the dailies have you from the polls next Monday week. the first election authorized by tins act. ' uliU,niue(j jtt The republicans are makim; n death Mr. and Mr". Mimiteh, a couple of It will be seen that had "the voice of struggle for Colson and Federal pie and , mu 7o years, who were uruu " lawfully expressed" been the majority Tun National Republican Committee, will rally their lust man for him and it. together and jumped into against the adoption of tho .prohibitory after wrestling with the question several Colson is a pretty clever young fellow, their hands law. it would not have been accepted us davs. have patched no a neace 'between i,i, unrt. ;u ,,i...i mi tn- mnn the river at Kockford, III., ending their tbp true mmlit- of detPrillinillL'r. what the tli ivnrrimr .......... in ViriMilin Mini ...i. iums ijii everv UllhaPOV existence .. .1. 1. i... fitt'tinna .:. - ... w;iu Million iu iui:ii I fllu.1 Milt t -(- ,ov'' ! nw shall be, nor would it have embod- - now the Mahone and sheep J bm, t,iniftl , that he will do l?" r- - M . ' o( tho Q,,uon ied the "great and priceless principle of and lions lie down together in apparent to ti,. in I ff . fail to eo to the t.olN that l"vrt i, uskiiil' a for-any loimer than an-- i tranuuilitv. Mahone is to be nominated IMItl VU7 i ..n(I. vi i.im .ln.l.... lirMnL-- runs throuuli ' mini uhmi. (iUl ljv ffiture of its charter because it aided and other vote could be taken on the ques- - for governor and the reunited party is to juridvi; slnd Dick Warnm. . ri..vunit!i-iabetted the prise tight. tion. As llli'k WOIlld haw it. however. . roiwiVMeiilisf-intSn- l fmin flu.1 Amos Austin, who answers the TitEla.v to take the second vote on the law was adopted and the preacher administration, which begins by making misguided follow-- , Brady, a leadiuganti-Mahonita constitutional convention up- - scription of a man wanted in North Carand their collector oiling penrs on our Uh page. Two years ago a olina for murder, was arreted in Powell ers then proclaim tiie greatest respect of the fort of Petersburg. ' majority under the forms of the new law, county and lodged in jail at London to for majority rule. If they are so devoted j TlIE prohibitionist who claims that the vote,, for a'll this row about an amend- At"- to it, why tie eall and if a majority vote await identification, of th- - pension of- which simply places one side on an i nntional platform of his party does not ti,js tHn. for the call, it will be the duty The annual report ment eoual footing with tho other? If n ma-- , propose woman sutirage ami an vcinca- - 0f tiie Iiext K.Kialimire to tx the time I fue at Louisville snows u,v 11 1 I. ...'mi. I.....11 mlileil dlir. jority of the people want the law, they tlonal quniitication lor voters is eiuier a and place and order the election of dele- on .1 run, ,.-- f. n..,.- - "ine e nave more gates to a convention. Hut we shall have ing the year ended July 1. The total i simpleton or n laisiner. will have it, and there need be no fear paid out was if the voice of the ma- - j than once published that plank of the more to say of this anon. of a A Knox villi-- paper says the presjoritv "lawfully expressed" is reallv de- - i platform and our readers are well aware NEWS CONDENSED. sired" he th mixers of nolities and reli- - I that the meaning of it is to give women ence of Supt. II. E. Huntington of the road - K. C, has revived the talk of this we believe that if theainend-- 1 t,,l! Tiht t0 vote and take it from the ion. While Fayette w pieparing to build a $o0.poor folks and neirroes, who are so un OOOjail" city from Liv- extending its line to that ment is passed there will be another vote on the question, it does not absolutely fortunate as not to bo educated. So far as ascertained, 17 people lost ingston. The distillery firm of J. B. W athan T T nniaiMlli tvtll wit their lives in the flood in West Virginia. Tn.tnnnnvi &c with liabilities nDITJO-a-ISforms of law have to be complied with ncgs Emma Crawford has been appointed & Bros., who failed in lf7 (,onWe e3ecntion ofcloublemur-an- d accomplished the great of $115,CO0, have no election can be ordered except BcnffoW Qn r Hcnn. postmaster at Crawford, Laurel county. financial feat of paying off dollar for dol-la- r, M. M. Hurley, of Indiana, has been Meisner Green and - DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, ,' .J with the people to do as they wish. Smart,, who, killed ,. , Tl!, ,' and are now square with their creel, , be appointed third auditor of the Treasu nu ijciiu ,, urn, iinti vyii.iiivo iiivj, Tho claim that the whisky men will flood FANCY ARTICLES, &0. murdered two policemen. It will be a -- A Boston company has been formed The North American Salt Co., that the county with money to carry theelec-tio- n fitting finale of a miserable pair, who afis to say a salt trust, has been organized to build a $250,000 steel air -- hip. It is PhyiicianprcicriitiOb accurately compounded. is not a good argument against a ter long years of crime of every charac- with a capital of $1 1,000,000, elniined that the new vessel will carry It is in fact a reflection up- ter, now have the hardihood to claim Senator Gorman is certain that the 'JOO passengers, 50 tops of freight and on the majority of the people of Lincoln, that their sins are forgiven and that they President will call an extra session of travel with a velocity of 70 miles an who do iiot hold their votes as a matter THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, have through tickets to heaven aval Congress early in Noveinlier. YJKli cvSuMaaav hour. of merchandise, to be knocked oil" to the son of WilHenry, the ltlyeai-olman to be executed under CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. The first highest bidder, but nre capable ul ways of W. H.Tate, a Tennessee farmer, whose newspaper men Evtr brought lo ihit market. Tricti lower than expressing their sentiments at the polls heart is in the right place, distributed liam H. Clay, was drowned while cros- the new law prohibiting sing a swollen creek near Paris. the loeit. Wat.hei, Clotka and Jewelry Ite. from being present, was hanged at Little in an unbiused manner. We are not $,.,0,000 among 41 veter-an- s paired on ihonlnotlce and warranted. Lightning struck a tobacco barn near Friday. His name was Al afraid of the verdict of such men and he at Morristown last week, who had Maysville, instantly killing James Guil-foyl- e Falls, Minn., killed a farmer to get bert Bulow, and he who is a proscriptionist and a ty lost either a lea or an arm in the service and stunning several others. possession of a fine pair of horses. rant, Democrats, do not be bamboozled 0f the lost cause. If more of our rich Frank B. Taylor, a young dentist nt Mr. Powderly declares that there is by the lying plea that a vote for Warren j n)en wou,i follow, this example it would Lexington, was stricken with paraly- no intention of fusing the various labor is a vote for whisky. He is as good if 8aVe the poor fellows worldsof suffering. at and trades organizations, ami thai me not a better tsmperance man than .Mont-- ; Ti,ero ;, no government to take care of i sis while bathing in a pond and died. Clark county voted by a majority of the minor of such an action was due to u man j them and no Tanner to distribute its gomery and is lar less Dealer In 500 to subscribe $100,000 to the stock of the chiefs of the several unions sending d parson. Besides he is treasure to them. the the Louisville, Cincinnati and Virginia out a circular that all would be expected A the personification of democracy. ! to work in harmony. Ho.v. W. T. Tkvih, who represented road. vote for him, therefore, is a vote for and The Virginia prohipitionists hae Ollicer Morgan, J. B. Houten and nil the other principles Madison county in the legislaturesessinn KY. in the field, to draw as Tom Simpson were killed and two other before Inst, was nominated for tho Senate put a State ticket so dear to the democratic heart. from their party as pos- men wounded in a fiht at .Mini oreck, in that district at Richmond Saturday, many democrats Tjieiie seems to be a screw loose in Col. A. T. Chenanlt having declined to sible. Ala., Friday, the result of an old fend HchI Captain John Griflin, one of the old- between the Simpson and the Houten the Hourigan jail delivery at Hardstown, run. The district went republican in the The judge sent presidential election by 1500, but Mr. Tev-i- s est citizens of Pulaski county, died at families, in which several of the latter if not several screws. him there knowing the jail was unsafe promises to redeem it. Tho republi- the home of W. II. James, in Somerset, had previously been murdered. and the jailer put him in a cell with a cans have nominated Dr. Phil Hoberts, aged 85. William Aarons.lateof Somerset, in Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is Several persons were drowned and attempting to board a freight train at burglar, who is an adept at picking locks-Hu- t who has also represented Madison in the full and complete. We call special attention to our thousands of dollars worth of property High Bridge, was run over and had his perhaps it is just as well for the fel- legislature. destroyed by a Hood in the little Kami leg cut off and has since died. Tho delow to be loose. If the juries convict A siMiMii state of political affairs ex- wha, in West Virginia. give him a new trial him the judge will ceased left an insurance policy of ?2,000 The best Casket of the kind ever invented. 1 lie loss to insurance companies as and the case will cost the commonwealth ists in Jessamine as here. The Journal to Miss Jennie Place, of Somerset, to by the flood in whom he was to have been married Embalming under the most a mint of money and result in his final says: "The legislative contest in this near as can be estimated, approved method when desired. jig Dem Conemauuh Valley, is $J.r0,000, 5175,000 soon. acquittal. At present and always he 'county is to be a three-bunde- d J. C. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. will be of necessity a vagabond and n ' ocratic, Republican and Prohibition, of which has been paid. The South Carolina Medical Society A New York breeder of Shropshire has, for unprofessional and ungentle-manl- y Republican wanderer upon the face of the earth, Two of the candidates-t- he without friends and deserving none. The' and the Prohibitionist are runnimr to sheep says that many of his lambs, dropconduct, expelled Dr. McDow, A F it- - TvH wife has forsaken ' keep up their organizations. The Den. ped in March, weighed considerably tho murderer of Captain Dawson. This Nelson Record says his over 100 pounds July (!tl. him for killing her own brother, nnd ocrat is running to win." 1 is lighter punishment than it was exSummit.,i n linmini' iiiicenn owned liv w when a woman goes back on a man she pected, immediately after tho murder, ho " Eihtou Keli.eh, of the Carlisle Mercu- - j0m IlUisberger, of Chestnut Hill, Pa., has given her heart to, there must be would receive and which ho ought still ry, is making things ied-hforthe coun-- ! nc.u. 447J ,jieH between the hours of 5::!5 something unusually revolting connected to receive. ty clerk, who has been running his office A Mif nmj &A0 ,,. ,,, Wednesday, with his crime. good-felloplan for years. The on the Nelson Driggs and his confederate, Jim Tall, the pestiferous little negro, The editor of the London Echo has democratic press is noted for dealing Gurt je Driggs, two of the most noted and was fined $5 yesterday for hitting Hob been served with a notico by Judge damnation to rascality, no matter in expert counterfeiters, have been captur- Whitley with a rock. Boyd that ho must keep his name out of what patty it is found, and is especially t.j at Dayton, 0., by 'Government detec- The prohibitionists are getting out a his paper. Well, "things have indeed sovero if perchance it is discovered in its tires. 11 of a pass, big lot of printing at Danville to use on when a man own party. come to a h -- William McKellons. a banker and from down sly, bo the word can't wallop," itc. The editor, however, capitalist, of Michigan, was robbed of the As the republicans failed to nominate there. recognizes no master and plainly tells $4,000 by the gold brick swindle at Lanthe judge that "ho long and as certain as a candidate for the State Semite at Lan- sing. A fool and his money is soon Tun thrusts that Bro. Rucker is makhis private and public acts furnish an caster yesterday, we suppose they have parted. ing at II. C. Warren, who is a candidate item of news, just no certain are wo to either decided not to contest with Judge Henrietta McDaniels was sentenced to represent a neighboring county in tho Breckinridge for the position or have publish it.',; imprisonment for tho mur- legislature, is, to Bay the least of it, enon a still hunt for it. Demo- to two years' lie While the republican speakers aio crats, take nothing for granted, but bo at der of Ed Cross at Maysville. She was tirely uncalled for. In other words, n of a bawdy-hous- e and he a is meddling with affairs that do not tho keeper harping bo much about Dick Tate's de- the polls to vote for our nominees. . him. Somerset Hornet. Lot tho circus man. falcation suppose they say a few words The O. & 0. ticket ollice in Louis-vill- poor fellow alone. He is amusing himTiie republicans of Campbell county absconding Auditor of Wnr-re- n about the Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture o was robbed of $750 by a slick citi- self and hurts no one. Wo don't county, O. His name is Graham, ho solemnly resolved in convention Saturand Undertaker's Good3. My pricas will be as low asgsuch goods a dozen peoplo in Lincoln county is a republican and has skipped with day that no woman ought to be appoint- zen, who jumped over the counter and can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conperhaps a good ed to Federal office. They want them took it before tho clerks were aware of know such a paper as your Bro. Ruck-er'- s $50,000 certainly and vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. is published. what was going on. all themselves, the measley hogs. deal more. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal L'nnu oil It .. i.nn f.nftlm lltf le-g- IS W.F. WALTON. 1 iwcownE-'s4 r e. when you can malic your selections not waste cither going front and purchases from our immense stoch of everything in the way of to-da- y Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunhs, poofs. Shoes, Carpels, fatting, 56, and at prices the lowest. Being direct importers and buyers from manufacturers, 'we can always n, OFFER YOU ADVANTAGES. e the following reductions: Ladies' Visit us and convinced. Look Vests Joe, worth. 25c; Colored LaceJtttts worth 25c; Dress worth 10c: Satteens Sc, worth 12ic. Don't far hams that below White as we are bound clear this line out season ends. stll SLIPPERS SLIPPERS All Ladies' Lace Slippers in ta n and black will sold at 75c, worth SI and $1.25. All Children's Slippers will sold atoc; worth Bear it in mind thai the few Summer Clothing have left will sold SLIPPERS re-gai'dless of cost. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Stanford. n-- Slain SAIJNGKR, Manager. 1 - -, ..-...!- in-ii.i- s nL-ii- ii .mti-Maho- ,t) Wt ,., ' fr Mis-)tpp- .' e, j Wall Paper, ,,,,, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. , -- Ao lHo vlr PENNY, JEWELER, d B o K . mntf A ICBTBTFXr inue-uoiin- 9 one-ideae- I Furniture and Undertakers' STANFORD, Goods TIie;i.nrjjest, Cheapest and Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, liordcr, Celling Decorations and Window Shades HTDESTR,TTCT1B3LB BTTRXAX CASKET, 4 imb tumuiUKb STORE! MA'DJK HKli'FMAK, P1BF. con-cer- o sup-pos- I "V"' " A The news of nn attempt at rape on n YOUNG I white married woman at Livingston I y 6. I ''HV'kl.K.TIjNN. A rfflnciU'lirlMlnu liom- -, Sclionl for some of Cjpt. Geer's construction train ,.... viKiipv .p. mm.? iiiiiiiiHKii nun II, IIIR ?tllll or rnll l,nfr mnr Pin rant linmeiir rtlrA.iiiifrr itirrnn milium I'incmni. enrollment nr n)r fchool for irlrl-ml In Hip city u Sunday whs the 2Sth (inniverwiry Of j hands, is not confirmed ilnrhig llio i.f rgMt by Inter reports. tatty, nr lluaril ri'iliirn! to t2Mfr month. rorcauuuKiieiiiirf.i. II. IIA.XKIIK, rrlncltal. Tiik public school at Turnersville will I Kv., July i!3, 1880 tho'lluttlo of .Miiiiiimmm anil Hull Hun. Stanford, There is considerable doubt whetlur open on Monday, July l!9, with Mrs. J. which occurred July 1M, 1MU. such an attempt was made at all and still F. Cover teacher. Patrons are reuuest- AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL, FOR GIRLS, 12.C. Tm: time is up and I need the money JtHi to Hend their children or wards on the more that any of the captain's hands nre guilty of it. SHELBYVILLE. KY. due me ami niunt have It. l'Icaw come j flrBt day of mcIiooI. ' ' V . Founded March 25th, Ifa25, by Mrs. j II. 0. Ituplev. in at once and MEANS BUSINESS. Won't ltr.v. We thought we wcio juun a. invis, k j Tin: llrui of .Metcalf iv totter having , LS The oldest School for women in the South. Teachers arc graduates of m card in last issue when Co.n:ninl hi'ttli- - your account. . It. Lots. Mrs. Catherine IJ.iiley has for been dipnoi veil, we are very anxious to spenking by the s the best Colleges. Prepares for Wellcsley. Accommodations in IVntiy. nettle the llrm business and nil parties we said that Mr. Itecse Ward had acceptJovcry particular. Terms reasonable, and include all School expenses. Watciim and Jewelry repaired and sale Kiine lots in the Miller for the I IIouc and lot now occupied by W. II. knowing themselves indebted to us will ed the republican noiiiiiintion warranted. A. It. 1'eniiy. please call and nettle nt once. Metcalfe legislature, for our information came, TiiKbent place to buy drugs, patent Miller; also No. 1 horse and buggy. from n Crab Orchard man direct, but it Print cr. I TWENTY PROFESSORS . mcdieiiien and toilet articli-- is tit A. It. ... "' Tin: law wivi that no cainlniate lor beeiiis the announcement was premature. lYnnyV. AND INSTRUCTORS. told vesterday that money is Mr. Ward has made the greatest effort of Wu were Hl'Y your nehool hook, ink, tftblctp. school superintendent shall be voted for Agricultural and Me'iarjcd, Scicni fie examination, Mni nilse.! by the prohibitionists, not his life by declining to become a candipaper, pencils ami school supplies of nil till he n prcrib.-!cindw from A. It. IVunv. Nzr!r'a S:hooi. t lay T .etics, ' to debauch the vote, Lord mess you, date nnd put away the crown as it were. Yesterday was tixed for such examina X. KJ XTk. no, but to aid llro. Montgomery in his He wanted to run, but the handwriting JkL. A. Commercialctcrtl Acadomic tion, but none came to time. Cctr-IT h'i'ucl'r.r. PERSONAL POINTS. farm work, while he is saving the coun- was on the wall that Dick Warren will "; COUNTY A"P UWTFlHMi. niSU.Oi' 1 vfTIOK. I ull Tirm iiv'iu.ht'SttPiii"-!- !. ri'ltln nir te ni'i. i 'l.ir ti i'.n ntn - ifr-rrikf- r"r''t i , 5 Cait. Wm. Ukkh, of the L. & N is at Ir theie is not a deal on hand between try, which remind us that there nre be elected and he was sensible enough vSi -- iv iiv, republican lenders many other ways of killing a dog bethu prohibition and home sick. to read it. It is not known now exactly Mim Kuz srrros is visiting friends all signs go for naught. They are con- sides choking him to death witli but- what the republicans will do. Several stantly caucusing and if something docs ter. nt itryautsville. of their lenders are opposed to making n Ci.miknckTiiumi'sh.n', of Louisville, is notdrapwe shall be surprised. Look llito. Haiinks isnowoiithepension rolls further nomination, while others say out for a combination. visiting relatives here. nt $S a month, the sum paid to survivors tliey hnvea winiiimr man who is ready FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 1889. J. It. ltiNi:u. is back from u three so of the Mexican war who have reached the to come to time. Some claim that this Tun Knglish uparrows are getting months' stay in the mountains. 31. ageofli'J.The Louisville Post say the rec- is Gentry, but he says he has no inclinaA. 31., as to be annoying. They mulKdiui: W. Iociiu.sti:ii, of Dallas, Texas, thick here ord of his service is that he blew the life tion to run. The failure so far for them tiply utmost beyond comprehension. Excellent Hoarding is here on a visit to his parents. vigor. Indeed bis companion)! to secure a candidate should not give Thorough, of Trained Te.ivhert. given on application, Departmtnt. Dncijjllne Strict. Instruction lull infoi m.illon have been made at the witli great MinOIattiu Williams, of Mt. Ver- Computations Agriculture, which states say that when he was in the warhewasa the democracy over confidence. They Department of non, is visiting Mrs. YV. J. .Sparks. a time cheered the have been known to spring candidates that thu progeiiy of a single pair of the dandy nnd ninny . It. AiirnT him gono Dii. to with his music before n battle with on the day of election and elect them. little pests in tell years would number Owensboro to ruinnlu several weeks. the Mexicans. KENTUCKY. The still hunt is their favorite mode of '.To.TKl.tih'-Ml'J- S. Missks Hi'sii: ami Nanml Nkwlami Opens Next 1880. EvniiYiioDY is looking forward with in- wnrfare anil it behooves democrats to be are visiting Miss Kvn Itailey, at Crab Don't fail to witness thu two match terest to the base ball games between op the elert. Let every man who be THREE COLLEGES THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF SCIENTIFIC AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. games of liase Hall Tuesday nnd Wednes- the Waddle Hros., of Somerset, and the lieves in the principles of the party of lSluc.(.rat region. 1,000 feet above ten level. Refined and hosHealthy Location in the heart of the Mas. Jr.s'ii'H Caldw i:ll, of Ijuisville, day, July M and iM, between Waddle pitable community Student find home in the best families and Memorial Hall Expense modI.STEIUOK JOL'IINALS, of this place, this the people, which includes local self enme up to her brother John Itoehchter's Ilros., of Somerset, and the 1nti:hiok erate $if"o to $ao. Attendance lait tessioti, 31a, from 11 Statand Tcrritord. For full informa-tio- n government, rally to th polls and bIiow morning. The afternoon nnd and Caulr-guapply to L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. fiineral. Jni'iiNAiN. Tuesday's game called at tk.'JO to the world what old Lincoln can do Jb. have downed everything that has Mil W. M. UuimiT, teller, and Joel K. I', m., Wednesday's at ..'-- a. m. Ad I. crossed bats with them this year and when she's n mind to. Kuibry, clerk, at the Lincoln National, mission -- .V. Ijidies free and cordially will no doubt score two more victories nru sick. invited to attend. NEW AHVEKTISEMKNTS. from the Wnddles. JiMHiK W. II. Holt, of the Court of nrssir7P53ik?,'ii''A if, KniKsvii.i.E Faii: Thais. The regulnr . s Leonidas II. Appeal", jiassed up to Crab Wants a Hi:ckivi:u. yes?4. LICE F. HUFFMAN train from Stanford to Itichinond arrives Cook, of the LexingtoiSpoke k Wheel terday. SURGEON DENTIST, . Dii. I'. W. Louan, oi I.ouliville, is here at IVint Lick nt S.45 a. m., in due time Company, of which I!. P.. King, G. Kent' cky. Stnfi.kd. visiting relatives ami Attending to his Sit for the Kirksville Fair, -- itli and '.7, nnd Carter and M. Vt Owens, of this county, returning will be held at Paint Lick un- (are stockholders, has brought suit in the Oflic iouth tide Main, iwoacort abeve Depot St. siimnco Inline.- -. til o i'. )i. This will give persons from lT. S. Conit at Covington, to place the I 1. CoMiuinr, of Casty, a strong re and all t.oin,alIv'8 ,,llaira in thu linn.l of a re publlcMii. but a good friend of thiKtpcr Stanford, thu Fair ceiver, beeaiiM! the ciiperintendeiit, L. K. . 11 lintH an oiortnnity to ntti-nwain town Saturday. t m 1 r and return the Mine day by regular train. I'earce, is uh'iiii; the concern for his own M& Mil ani Mms. J. T. mxs returned to TO THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY: Ixjuisville yesterday and will shortly There will be good 'bins luroiuinodiitions benetlt and depreciating the value of its A pill will be opened at each Noting p.a e in from depot to uroundij ami return to iiiit otock. Lincoln county on the !irt Monday in Ai.u'int, coiumeiice housekeeping. To, to elect Superintendent of CVrnmon S h ki1 Mas. It. C. Wai:i:kn is with her bister, train. P' Tin: meeting of the "Merrie Kid Club" of Lincoln County, to fill a acancy (.aund ' y the of Kt. John a Mrs. Dr. Itunwidc, who has been very Tin: News fnvs that William and nt .MiMi'H N'etiie and George Wrav's death Tim July 17. IS).HtK'". mmtr superintend ent, J ill In Luicabter. but is belter. T I) NKWI.AND. S. L C. Humphrey IVet are in jail at Iincnhter , T,rsjnv uKxi j,r0ved a most delightful Mus. T. It. Walton recovoied from the for carryiiii: eonceale.l weapon-- ; Slierill'1 aair fi,,. IIU,,u.r8lMi) had more tlian Xo UTea tlux to be ttkun uith tiie malarial fever, 1'oin Kobin-01- 1 made the arret, einglc doubled hi nee the last meeting ami now REPORT OF THE CONDITION she is very hlc at litis wiiting. and linnihHl and alone. The pehtiferoua pair it is about as ftrong an organization, or Mu. II. It. .S.rn.i: i up from Monti- knew there was 111 e to jrTst, to they beauty and chivalry taken into consider. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, cello to stay with hisdaiigliter, Mrs. Cox, contented theuu-elvt'j-XU&Buwith abusing the ation, ns can be found anywhere. The 'I ill II I" lii. WW Mi illll.V.-cV.-,-rerAT STANFOKD, while her husUuid is on the mad. ollicer with wont, to which lie pam no ,ar,e ,,uvn at 1illk Cottaj:e ufts Uluiiuiia-attentioMrs. Haiiiiv Wkiscxoeh, of Louisville, ,,, tnnrtnp. lnnterns nml those In the State of Kentucky, at the cloe of buire We learn that they have;., FACULTY J C. Gordon, U. S , Metaphysics and Natural Sciences; J. V Taylor. A. M., Ph. D.. July ir, 1S69 Greckand Latin Languages and Literature; Amos Stout, A II , Mathematics and Astronnmv: Miss and Miss Nellie Muir, of I'ewee Valley, promised to kill Marshal Jim Hamilton i who jireferred s in the open L, It, llarilm, tniflitri Literature and Civil History; Miss Lizzie Hardin French; Mrs Kapnaci No RESOURCES. nru guests of Mm. is. S. Mcltohvrt. on their release, but we will wager that air were at liberty to enjoy buch while rtter flertniili! Mil Mollle llnrtnjn. Prnaraln.v hpntilm.ni . !i. A,laV,r- - I l..ln I'rimarv on, partment; Karhal Knester, Musical Director, Instrumental and Vocal Music Ha' MiKjHsSu8ieaiidl.il. give liini even the those who did not chatted merrily in I,ciant and ditcountt Mil U.N. Waiik, they do not, If they $305,(15 06 phael Koester. Assistant in Music; Miss Mary C. Webb, Art and Art Criticism. and Violin; Mrs 5,ao6 13 iiARKAKii (.ULLtoLMin oc opened again uepiemDer lOtn, with a full faculty of superior lie and Master Itichard Ware, of Wash- smallest chance. Overdrafts aecured and unsecured.. the spacious parlors. The Misses Wray U S llondi to secure circulttion teachers, and all the advantages found in the best Colleges will be offered in Music, Art, Mathemat"o.cxo co ics, Science. Knglish, Gteek, Latin, French. Violiuand ington, have been on a visit to relatives instrumeutal music will be under the who hail entertained delightfully and are to be Other itocki, bond and moTt;aRc. 41,100 00 Mr. Slut Hicks, SoMKusirr. of PROF. KOHSTEH. an eminent specialist, who studied five vein tinrfpr ,h. . m..,..n here. Hamburg and has since congratulated on their success in making Due from approved reerc agcnti. eminently successful as teacher both in Europe and Amer. InPerlin and 1.339 73 Ireen here for about a dozen years, lhe marvelous growth and success of of this College the past year is uni.arallpl.d in the hi.,. Miss Hklle Caiii'KNteii will take thu not 6,537 '3 tea. the second meeting of their club highly Due (rom other National Ilttikt ry of Southern Colleges. Ileforc deciding to send elsewnere send for catalogue and further informa- house now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. came up last week to hire boys to help enjoyable in every respect. The lunch, Due Iroiu State Hanks and Hankers 74J9 41 ticn. He says P.ooo 00 KcalciUtc, furniture and future J. V, TAYLOR, Ph. U , j I'flncipalt. Joe Severance and her brothers will live him in the making of brick. supervision of Mrs. J. M. Current cxpcne and taxes paid 6i 30 thnttiiVRK) will lw used in Somerset on under the with her. 4,930 "7 once. The Wray, was an excellent one and as usu- Premium paid Mus. Fakiuiuu, of Cleveland, 0., who two buildings to be erected nt considerably to the pleasures of Check and other Cash item 98156 Masonic fraternity is preparing to build a al ndded MUX O Hills ofother liankt JA.W sJLV JX. JLdJAM IK. ) . was Miss Ada Mattiugly the last time 139 00 three-storold National the evening. house on the Fractional paper currency, nickels arfd 9 she visited here, is theguestofMrs. Thou feet wide 17 53 cnts Hotel site, which will he . The most enthusiastic crowd of demo Metcalf. 4.S53 75 will be crats that has assembled for sometime Specie and 1(X) feet long. Store-room- s Mk Dk. (iiti.ii, of Uirmingliaiii, and Lvgal tender notes ... on was out to hear thu legislative candidates Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 4.5! 00 Miss Annie Orinies, of Lexington, are on the 1st tloor, n handsome theatre PkI. at McKinuey Saturday evening nnd the (percent, of circu ation 1,95000 visiting the family of Col. J. M. Heazley, the '.Manila Masonic hall on the This building will require bVi.OOO brick way they shouted and hurrahed for Waron Logans Creek. Is Receiving His Total $44l,'5 7 ,. disMil OillM. Cooi'Ki:, of It. Knotty ami the new depot, which is to be built ren must have been sickening, or LIA111L1TILS. for the foun- couraging, to say the least, to the prohi is spending a few weeks in i0 days, will take litt.OOO Sons, dation alone. The depot is to be l!"i bitionists, who wero there in good num- Capital stuck paid in . Ijso.om oo with his Bisters, Mrs. It. S. Lvtlu and 15,000 c. feet long nnd will contain a hotel, where bers. Hitler Montgomery led oil' witli Surplus fund Mm. W. H. Penny. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial 151 67 all the trains, it is said, on that road will practically tho snmo speech he made at Undivided profits Mrus. H. Ji Mi'isn, who has been visNational Hank Notes outstanding 45 000 no the opening of tho canvass, which was Individual deposits subject to check.... 11 3,642 S iting her mother, Mrs. s'uu Holmes, at take meals. 2,404 18 Crab Orchard, returned Friday to her This btarllinj: received about as it was when he first Due to other National llinks G entry if a Neoiio. ; SS3 43 made it to the crowd of his followers Due to State Hanks and bankers Uitn, 111,,, , nH,k..nr,il iti thf Pnurii.r-.Tnt- ir home at Lcwisburg. 15,175 00 I)r8e,lt at oarl' a11 of Notes und bills Mu. J. C. McClakv nml sister, Miss Mil of Friilnv ami furnished the text for w" 'av' 1t' $44M5 ?6 appointments since. W hen Mr. Total Lillie, and Messrs. .i. L. Penny, W. II. a dihimtch from Frankfort to show that KEET" SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples. Ulcerated Throat STATE OK KENTUCKY, Wnrren arose, applause rent the air, and ,. .... .. , - . . ... .... ...- - .... Wearen and Kih Pennington attended the ra.ls of the tat legislature intended County of Lincoln, .nk-- ( wf... .w. ..iwji ucr cull F. HAV1S' IIION lllTlERS is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics It cures Dyspepsia many a voice, irrespective of color, was High Uridgo Camp meeting Sunday. to elect a nvijro if I.John J McRoberts, cashier of above named it cives a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles 1 and nervous system. Price $1 per bottle. Dank, do solemnly swtiir that that the above stateMil and Miw. Will Hays, of Garrard, lie was nominated fur the position by heard yellinj:, "Hurrah for Warren, (;AI'Ml''i-"'WORM SYKl P is made of the bct worm killers and expellers known to thte med- and bement tor you!" His speech wasa noble r. lief. is true to the b,'t Jof mv knots ical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. I'rice as MckOIILK'IS Cashier JOHN nre up to see Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCur-dy- , Liwver DavImji. and not withstandini; N nor bottle. me this lath day Subscribed and iirn to bawson, a white republican from j fort ami will prove a most tellin one. who with Mrs. hate Hnye, will reGATL1KFS MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Hcadach OLO. U. COOPEK, C. L C C Ac, Acts ascatliartu of July, 169. Price ts cents per bos. a candidate, tho ' The colored populace are stoutly in favor SIumMiii county, was turn home with them this afternoon. Correct nttMt: Manufactured and br sale to the trade by the arren ami alter me epeecn a ) J. S Holkir, Mils. Jl'I.IA CllAKi Ihw.s, of Wichita, lawver and '.'1 others voted for Gentry, . ot Mr. v Directors J W. Havden, plwlj.-DRUG CO., Kas., is on a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. K. incl'mlliiK EH Fanner, of I'ulaski, Dan number Kathered around him and J T P. Hill, 8ii)jori as wen as uteir serwi-eBruce, and otlier relatives, very little Currv, of Mercer, Speed Frv, of Boyle. REPORT OP THE CONDITION changed in nppeaiouce from the time Sam Ward, of Iiockcastle', and Jehn j to assist in any way he wished tlieni. It 91- miles the shortest, hours quickest between o" ""J' lori"u she used to be one of the prettiest skirls Kliimror. of Wavne. We do not see anv wns ami iney iookcu aiiyunnK um juui- thliiK alarming about this, for Gentry is in Stanford. OF HUSTONVILLE Orat ineir prospects wneii wv iniucw- - THE NATIONAL BANK We renret verv much to hear that our! as ikkmI as any of U.o men who voted for, " ATHUSTONA'ILLE, d after the speeches were over. i correspondent ,at Lancaster, the big him, but the fact that they went back on of Kentucky, at the close of businiss LAHsrTTTTr7TTTfe'nEKFXZ!EH John Woodcock, one of their own color will not ue rensn-- , brained, warin-hearteEntire Trains Run Through Without Change. i.:u:(.TIOX,Tj10 following gentlemen In the Stato July 11, j88o. who nre not . ,)ftV(, continues in bad health, but if the ed by certain republicans, 0,nct. of ,i,0 t.ieo. bccn nppointeil THROUGH CAR SERVICE. prayers of thousands of friends avail he willing yet to turn tho country over to j tJon tQ omjf AllgllHt5ti: .Stanford, No. RESOURCES. South.Houtid -- Train No. 1, Pullman Ikudoir Huff, will not long bo forced to sillier. the negro. j iT and It. K. Barrow, judges, Loans and discounts $ 09,365 ( John J et Sleeplrn Cars, Cincinnati to Niw Orleans ItoiiKiiT Lek Sims, an engineer on an Lnattania if.t to Shrceiort. i,3'4 08 Prop. S. J. Pulliam, who was recent-- . G. G. Wine, clerk, W. F. McClary, sher-l- y Overdrafts "I rain No. 5, Pulman itoudolr Iluffct Sleeping Alabama road, John Morgan Sims, who u,oo 00 of the Stanford Male till"; Stanford, No. '', L. L. Dawson and U S. llonds to secure circulation Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati elected principal 18,863 69 Due from apprm ed rescrsc Brents to Jacksonville und Knoxvtlle. is going to tho Medical College at NashSleepers St. Louis and Feinnlo Seminary, having received a j Monroe Smith, judges, B. G. Alford, toNtw Orleans via M. ,V O. 17,(00 Ci ville, and Joe Johnston Sims, of tho Ma- llattering oiler to take chargo of tho pre- - clerk and J. M. Mcltoberts, Jr., sheriff; Due from other National futures Real estate, furniture and i,;o 03 sonic Orphans' Home, Louisville, are Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, ifSo. 6 10 jn.r.M.i;.'.iHJi punitory department of Georgetown Col- - j Stanford, No. 3Sidney Dunbar nnd G. Current expenses and taxes paid a joo 00 visiting their mother, Mrs, Salliu Sims. lege, has induced the trustees here to re- - P. Bright, judges, II. J. Luce, clerk, Jos. Premiums paid " 31 u Checks and other cash items UKiYD TJI. .A mono those who will tako advantage mcvD lease him from his partial engagement Swope, sheriir; Walnut Flat. S. M. Car- - Hills of otlier Hanks 3(5 00 TRAINS NORTHT I RAINS Mtl'TIl of the K. O.'h cheap excursion to Niagara and accepted the oiler. The salary is rier and Henry Cummins, judges, John Fractional paper currency, nickels and ;o. 4. No. a. No. 4. No. 6. No. 1. I Wo, 3. No. 5. No. 7. B. STATIONS. aro Mrs. Mattio Hoclyr, Mrs. Daily. 10 00 Lim. Daily, Ij Daily Fast Dally. cents Daily larger anil ho does not have to hustle K. Lynn, clerk, Hugh Senrgent, Sherill; Kx. Sun. Llm. Dlly. Ex. Llm. Dally. Llm. Ex. Sun, Daily. F. Kiiglcman, Mrs. G. B. Kugleman, " 557 '5 for scholars or collect accounts. It was Crab Orchard, James Hutchingi and W. Specie I ve... .Cincinnati A'rvi 6 40 a 041 pin 10 15 a 33 P m 3 coo 00 Legal tender notes 17 a nil 4 03 pin. Scop mi 7 55 a in, Misses Bettio I Iarric, Bessie Knglenian, Yilliainstown.,L've 5 13 a m 0 30 a m i jj m with very deep regret that ho was re- II. Thompson, judges, Dr. V. H. 9 53m 5 47 P" 9 3 P m Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 4 to a m Georgetown a m 11 38 p m 7 24 Mary and Mattie Owsley, Ann and Kiln 1059 a m 7 oj pm,ioa9pm clerk, V. T. Saunders, sheriff; Lexington 56J 3 leased aa tho trustees and patrons wero 3 48 am, 4 15 pm 7 oo a m iJiopm m 7 35 pm 1055 pni,io5a in 5 per ctnt. of circulation- n jap Shanks, Nancy and Kittle Baiighmau l.i p. .Lou. S. R. R.. Arr. highly pleased with him as n teacher Waynesburg. Marshall Morgan and u. Hurgin .Lve. Arr .$J4 345 47 and Lucy Tate, J. II. Bauglimnu, Will and as n gentleman and will find it A. Padgett, judges, K. U. Caldwell, Jr., Total . ,.Arr J 55 a m 3 20 p m 5 50 am 10 50 p in tluryu 8 45 I"" Owaloy, W. P. Grimes and others. U3r- 859pm N.iam 11 17 a ml' Lve LIAIIILITIES. would clerk, Portunatus Sims, sherill'; Kings-vill2 isa m' Danville... 5 30 a m 1031 p m 116am i) jopm hard to (ill his place, but tht'y asSam 3 53 a m 5 20 a m o 20 pm m; 9 10 pm l 30a mill 45 .1 in .Junction City 15 P soikv) 00 way of his advance G. L. Murphy nnd Win. Bullock, Capital stock paid in not stand in the 05 a m 135pm 8 30 a in aomcrsci VCITY AND VICINITY. 305am loopm 30011m o 000 eo fi Mo-sie- r, Surplus fund uaxiiaie. 3 25 am 4 15 s m 935 pin 11 13am 4 3 jo pm " ment and of lus securing wnai may judges, J. L. Johnson, clerk, F. F. 0 20 pm, 7 55 a m 8 15 am 640pm 1,410 73 toco pm 406am Undivided profits freezers nt Thos. prove to bo a permanency. Prof, l'ul-HaCoolers nnd a 00a ra sherill; Highland, M. S. Ilastin nnd National Hank notes outstanding 7 3i m 9 10 a nil 700 p m 1, vc.l,naitinooa.l.Ar v o,5o eo 4 47am 02 pm 9 49 p m Ar'v.....Attalla Metcalf's. S3,a;9 45 is ft graduate of Centre College Henderbon Uauudi, judges, 11. P. Young, Individual deposits subject to check 300pm 300 pm 3 45 p m,ji 45 p nvL've... Hirminsham e, . 02 a in uscniiKi.a. sheriH"; Huston-vill10,155 39 Iioscm. I 30 a in Due to other National Hanks I'liEsuuviNd Ketti.ks and fruit jars of and comes of a family that eeems partic- clerk, Jesse McGuiley, tooop m It 25 pill liiam Ar v.. ..Meridian ... L've John Kills and Tlios. Kobinson, 6 30 a in 11 00 a nt Ar'v. New Orleans. I. e 4 15 am 335P m ...... ularly gifted ns teachers. His brother, nil kinds at Thomas Metcalf's. 4i4,345 47 Total Meridian Ar'v .....J 9 40 pm 5 ion in L've ) 6 top m Prof. U. L. Pulliam, has just been elect- judges, J. T. Kose, clerk, James P. Uoode, STATE OK KENTUCKY. Jackson ,....Ar'v 9 10 a m.L've . Lincoln, ... 4 oopm...M j County of II 23 am L've...,Vicksbur(f. Ski: our piuo and cedar shingles before ed principal of the preparatory at Cen- sheriir, and Tumersville, A. G. Coffey ..Monroe., named of abeve 435pm 1005 a m I J covering your buildii)(,'. Sino tt Mene-lee.- '' tral University, after having given great and J. A. Givens, judges, J. W. Salleo II.111W, duW. Hocker, cashier thethe hreveport Ar 600 a m nbose statement 830P solemnly swear that Tho n true to the bot of my knowledge and belief. satisfaction nt the Centre College prepar- clerk, nnd O. J. Crow, sherill". r Train No, 2, Pullman Houdoir Iluftet Sleeping Cars, New Orleans 10 Cincinnati J. W. HOCKER, Cashier. III Tho good wishes of everybody clerks will confer n favor by rentaining n Subscribed and sworn to U'fore me tills joth day Shreveportto Chiittanoogo. Huffet SleeplnB Cars New Orleans to Cincinnati. ' A srtciAL train will run irom Row- atory. No 6, Pullinanlloudolr Train hit copy of the result of tho voto in their of July, 188.;. O F. PEACOCK, N. P. L.d. land next Sunday at $1.50 for the round-tri- p hero will go with Prof. Pulliam to 'Iratn No. 8. Pullman Boudoir and ruffel Sleeping Car Chattanooga to Cinciuatiand Sleepers JackKnoxrille to Cincinnati. sonville to Cincinnati, via V. it A. and E. T., V. .WO. SIPr from Tray duties nt Georgetown and his upward respective precincts nnd forwarding it to Correct attest. T J RottNSON, to Peering Camp Meeting. It leaves MIANK v. WOOLLEY. Pass. AkL, Lexington. KV. D. G. EDWARDS, Gen'l Pass, and Tkt. Agt. Manager, with prido and us by telegraph or hand immediately afDirectors. Euwo Alcorn, IOHN C.GAULT, General at 5:30, arriving at the camp at 0:30 and coureowillbo watched Cinrinti.iti.Ohio, J W. Powell, ter the polls close. satisfaction. returning leaves for Ilowland nt 4 v, m. Semi-Weekly InteriokJournal Cmi'.K uitlta at Higxiiw McKin ney your Accounts, they have been due since July 1st. need the money. Kate Duddcrar. I'i.KAHncull nml Buttle m m an ! WARD'S SEMINARY FOR LADIES. T 'A i v Walton, bus. Manager eniENGEHILL. first-clns- J TATE C0LLEGEI OP X?"rTVTnTT "r pa-M- 'H Err;itc-rr'r,C'riya- l, JiX! fTJTW r- . ei r.. i., Stanford Female College 2, IIUIillARH, J. President. 4 sol-He- re CENTRAL UNIVERSITY,111 CH9IOND, Session Sept. Nth, STUDY-CLASSICAL, - d. t m On-har- Garrard College, Lancaster, Kentucky. "' V" ssf-r . T e 31TOTICE.D o.iirjL sm .d..JBfssstf.-tt T.-f- ft? 1 r,&$'&&m&m&xmrmwL:zmmimfi wmi m - u-- 1 4 HI JS n. w tete-a-tete- dlrec-rectic- U-e- trt rn XO nTrTipDTr.imw . m M ERCHANTTAI LOR SUMMER SPRING AND GOODS: i The Great Remedies! .... le, door-keepe- r, cf-M- -- of is' 'r WILLIAMSBURG s ,WilHamsburg, Ky. "'" pin" 9WMmm Cincinnati and New leans. r, id. d rovJ'. I to-da- y 111, 111 Ar-men- 11 e, 1 1 - Ice-crea- 1 1 j j 111 North-Houn- ure ods :on- sd tffttL.r. t&tfi&b&iii ,.-- ! lVt- "IfVI VI- - I a.4rf. v. it-- ..' -r rr wwn.rwfc! - j aia? i rr ji" w fsr -- a1 r wm. ,c.T w ? county of this Commonwealth, wherein there it Chapter 19. An act for taking the sense of the good people of such paper published, for two weeks, and two of the daily papers of the city 0 Louisville for ten Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public this Commonwealth as to the necessity and Schools, subject t the Democratic Primary Elecof calling a Convention to amend the days Immediately preceding the election; and in tion to be held In October. Evory Tuesday and Friday Constitution, and to provide for ascertaining the every county said Secretary shall cause to be Published e door a copy of this act, number of cititens entitled to vote for llepresen-t.iti- es posted nt the court-housprinted in handbill form, for at least four consecwithin thisStite. It a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, subWiikrkss, Experience has pointed out '.he ne- utive weeks before such election. S i?JCR. 10, It shall be the duty of the Public Printer ject to the action' of the Democracy cessity of amending the Constitution, and the exWhen not to paid $2.50 will be charged.Tssi pediency of calling a Cnnvtntion for that purpose; to print ten thousand copies of this act upon a and whereas, the General Assembly of this Slate, sept rite sheet of paper and deliver them to the' by ittiireol the provisions of an act approved Secretary of Stale, who shatl forward the same to K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Is a Candidate for of Lincoln County, subJanuary i3, t3", hav lug a title similar to this act the ccunty clerks ol the various counties in tin ject to the action of JailerDemocracy, the Train leaves Rowland at 7 oo a m , returning and pursuant to the provisions of the Contitutiou, State, in such numbers as to provide at least two t 4:30 p.m. submitted said question to the good people of this copies thereof for each voting precinct ; said clerk shall deliver the same to the sheriffs or other State at the general election of Itepre-eiitJti.L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. officers a ting in the place thereof; and it li Id therein mi the hrst Monday in August, 1SS7; Is a Candidate for as Mitcrot Linrnln shall be the duly ot such sheriff or oth- county, aublect to the action of the Democratic Mail train going North ta 31pm and vvheteas it appears from the returns of said " " South now on file 111 the office of the. Secretary er officer to post one copy ot said act at party. 131pm election, Express train " South 1157pm of State, that at the said election a majority of all each voing place, and another copy at some .. h North .... , 337am sole for Rep- suitable public place in said precinct f ur weeks Local Freight North 030am thecitliensof this State entitled toconvention; and prior to the election. Any officer tailing to disSouth-.- .. resentative, oted lor calling said 3 JSP rii The latter tratni a1o carry passengers. whereas, the Constitution provides that, at its charge the duties prescribed in this section of this Is a Candidate for Jailer of I incoln county, subThe above i calculated on standard time. Solar next regnlar session succeeding such election, the act shall lie fined for each and every failure twen- ject to the action ol the Deu.ih ratk party. ty dollars, to We recovered in anv court having time it about 10 minutes faster General Assembly shall direct that a similar poll Junulktion thereof shall Le opened, and returns made at the next J ti this act sh.i Hake effect and be in force general election held in said State for Repreenti- - from and after Its passige. Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subjc t to the action of Approved January o, ism. tlvethe Lincoln County Demoirac) 8 It .sacred 6 f Gtit'il Atwrblj of tf Cmmoijf Hon. R. C. Warren Arifciji Democratic candidate for ltepresentive, will I 1. That at the next general election for Represpeak at the following times and places sentatives to the General Assembly, It shall be the Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, l'errv's Spring, July 14th duty of the several sheriffs and other officers of subject to the action of the Democrat)-- . Vanesburg PI. nic, July ajth election to open, a poll for and male a return to Milledgevillc, Saturday, July ath; theSecrvtary of State, for the time being of the l'rcachersv ille, on Saturday, August 3d. of all citiens entitled to vote for Represennames a 0' I. M at tatives, who have voted at the said election for AtTimeclock be dividedeach plsce candidates for Is a Candidate to fill out her father's term as wilt with other School Commissioner, and rcspectfull) asks the allinga Convention for the purpose of the office support of the voters of Lincoln county ing, amending or changin; the Constitution. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal W. F. McCLARY For Knt or Smlm. Handsome New Cottage, Containing six good rooms, situated on Main tt,, opposite Stanford Female College Applv to MRS HUGH kl ID 43 3 ej re a. . W. I. DAWSON YEAR.IX ADVANCE OTIS P. NEWUND SAM M. OWENS Rails, Shingles and . Shoes For Sale. 3 c 3-- Ten Thousand Flat Rails acd 1.1,000 Poplar Shingles. I have on hand Men's, Women s Misses' and Children's Shoes, made by Alter, For nod S. Co. and Mundelle, winch I will sell M the very lowest prices I have bought them and they must ue sold. My stock W complete and those who want bargains can get them by railing, I mean turn ess. W C II.VII.hV, Ttirnersvlllc. C5 " G. S. CARPENTER JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, GAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters ot this Populat House. io;-t- f. m era o 5. re n re H p fj """ c- p a re -- j a J. N. MENEFEE r S O i O fj E. I). KENNEDY 1 re Ot Established 1825. MISS KATE liOGEE FOR On Dwellings, X2TSTT.RAXTCE Hni-'holJ c?3i o re B chandise, .U , Furniture, Si res, Mer apply to the eld : ANCHORAGE. KY. ml!e amending or changing the III nrmuli from l.oii'.vill? Full mrps tof teachem, purpose of p ( Instruction Huh stndius rh nnd tr t dlciiln tliivMcterlrtall ilerurlment. Constitution, tuition fuel, limns, etc , WmiUt The said registration boiks shall be 4. New pupil, re etsnl m miiv time ten Uljutll. MISSUSEPHINE W. PRICl, AHCH0RA0E, KT. ruled and headed, to that they may, and it is hereby enacted that the sime shall, letht s for recording the votes for and against COLLEGE!1 FHALE H. BURNSIDE, E. the cillin? cf the Constitutional Convent on, and for ascertaining the number of citizens entitled to vote for Representative within the State. It shall A Modern Progresive School, In Kentucky has a No Hotel repu'ation, be the duty of the said officers of election to proand Its proprietor is determine! tint pound to every voter the question: "Do jou vote shall be maintained. for calling a Constitutional Convention or not?' If Where your daughters will be taught how to become true wo lien, as vvclla. thoroughly such voter shall answer in the afhrinativc, his' irstructed in He has recently added to its apiomtments name shall he recorded as voting for said Conventhe negative, tion; if such voter shall answer & Music. Science, his nameshall he recorded as voting against said C I'DPF.. President, RF.V Adlress Convention; and if such voter makes no answer,' Also or .Mrs S C rRL'EHEART, as not vo ' Ills name shall be recorded or Lady I'nii' ipal, A First-Clas- s ting upon said question. And it shall be the duty Miliers'i..rg. Ky votlmg i To accominoda'e the dmands of Ins increased "''h olliccrs holding the election at each t Turnouts furnished place n the State, to certify the total number f transient patronage. others Commercial 'travelers voter registered, and the number voting for call- ing the Constitutional Convention, ana to make out a duplicate certificate showing said facts. '1 he As the Administrator nf lien Rihardv ddd I will expov to sale ai his Lite reiidenie, t miles registration book shall be by them immediately Last ol t mrrd n the Lrat" Orchard pike, on Commonwealth, by sent, a the expense ol the mail, to the Secretary of State at Frankfort. Ken27U1, tucky, and the duplicate ctrtitwate attached to the for the election of State othcers, and te All of the personal projiert of the deceased, such $. eo Hoard from June l lo Jul i, per week as I'jrniture, Carpenter'. Touts, l'loa's, Itiir.c Cottage Rent from June I to Jul) i, per week 3 50 turned therewith as now directed bylaw. A'c bale to br'iu t 9V.. o'clock 6 00 Hoard per week after July i Terms cash fur ums under im; over that ami. j, 1 he Secretary of State inolhce at the con.. . 5 50 vening of the General Assembly next after the tnimnntlis time Cottage Kent perjwoek after July i J. S OW SLJA , Jr., ' Admiiiittratsr 41 Single Meal 50 election in August, iS3o, shall, immediate!) upon Horses well cared for, per week .300 the oranuatlun of the same, transmit to each Everybody is cor Jially invit'd to visit us carl) House statement prepared by him Irom the said Amendments to Articles of Incorporation' showing how many in the season and get advantaze of the reduced registration and or thi rates, Respectfully, A. L. SPOON AMORK, votes were at the Said election cast ill favor of said 1' O. Address, Stanford, K. Convention, and trie total number 01 votes regu- Cumberland Valley Land Co. afrtf I tered, whither voting for er againstr not at all The undersigned shareholders of the Cumber m-r-r-- n hen port shall lie nade up by counties He slial land Valley Land Company amend the said JL 11 KXlYxj X JLXJ U retain the registration books for the use of exam- -, Articles uf Incorporation, heretofore filed ination and inspection of the next General Assrm for record August i, 1857, in tlieerliceoflhe clerk of the Lincoln Cuuntv Court, having therctotore LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. bly. been duly acknowledV'd, as follows I The first and third sections I 6. It shall be the duty of the officers, whose of stid article duty it is by taw to compare ar.d certify the votes are i amended as to include vvithin the scope of me company operations, in audition to trie conn THE LARGEST AND FINEST for State officers to make out from the certificates ties of Harlan and lli'U, the counties of Kiiiii, returned with the State election poll. books as Whitley, Laurel, Clay, I'erry, Letcher, Powell, HOTEL IN THE CITY. above provided and at the time they certify the Wolfe, llrealhitt, Lee, Leslie, Knott, Magotlin, votes for State officers, a certificate by voting Johnson, Martin, Morgan, Menefce, Haiti, Rowan, , iloyd, Carter, Fltuninuii;, Lew-IsLlllotl. Lawn-neeplaces, showing the total number ot votes regisGreen, Owsley, Jackson, Floyd, a)iie, Cumcallliii; a ConstiDAY. ACCORDberland, Pike, Pulaski, Rockcestle, and LinRATES $2.50 TO $4 PER tered and the number votin; for which said additional tutional Convention, and to send the certificate to coln, illfor the said Comn.inv tocounties it shall bo lawful transact its bum- ING TO ROOMS. the Secretary of Stale; and if the registration nesi, of purchasing and selling lands, the mining book provided for above shall, as to any voting ' anu sale of con, iron nnd all other ores and niln- and the manufacture and sale ot lun.ber or not returned, then the TURKISH It RUSSIAN HATHS IN MOTEL place, be lost, destroyedmaking II Section a is soamended as that the capital the report to the stock of said Company, instead of onchundredand Secretary of State In General Assembly, shall use the information in1 fifty thousand doll irs. shall be one million dolhundred dollars each, which in shares of the certificate as to any such district or precinct, lars, shares shall oneissued to the stockholders by be said and he hall, moreover, use the certificate tu show certificate when $jo has bten paid on each share B. that he lias or has not the registration book tor lliervuf subscribed for, and the President and Secretary ef said cutiipa'i) are hereby authorlicd and SUCCF.SSOR TO each VQtlii place in each county named In said directed to issue the stock according!) . j cutifi ate. Witness our hands this 17th day of Jul), il&i. M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, i 7. It shall be the dmyof the Secretary of State INCKST IIOKIIhC, I. S. HoCKKR, after the adjournment ef this General Assembly, II Ilovn, by J. A Ckaft, 511 4TH AVENUE, to make out the form of a rejiitration book and j, a i.Kpr j W. Kavuk.v certificates to be made and used as herein providLOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. w P Waito.v, same to the Public Printer ed, and to furnish the J S). UlNGIIAll, forthwith, and it shall be the duty of the said I'ub- W. C. Wrt.. 11, The Nobbiest & Most Stylish W K. IIAJISK.V.S lie Printer to make up and bind ill the usual form John W. Fox, Jr., Slock of one registration book, with a certificate thereon, 6 lASiks W Fox. for each voting place in the State; a so the dupliand the county certificate, .nnd 'Livery, cate certificate ce& and Sale Stable send the same to the severjl sheriffs, whe shall v arious see that the) are deliv ered and used at the a. Ever brought to the city of Louisville, now open voting places as herein required, Th ,t at.y officer failing to do or te perform J S including the any 01 the acts or duties enjoinud upon him !) the KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CD'S. HATS thitdfcforrth fifth, sixth and seventh .ecttons of ; And also my own importation of Knglish Hats this ad, .hall be subject to a fine of lit c hundred and Caps. An elegant line ot Canes and Lyon's dillars !oa, to be recovered by indictment of Fine any t;rand jury In any ourt hiviug jurisdiction Celebrated Umbrellas alvvai on hand thrinf. and shall, unon oullvtciloil. be removed W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, lfromoce by the court In which said conviction LONDON, KV , I keep on hand a No t quality of Jcllico, Lily Is hail (isod turnouts and saddle horses always for hire and Nut Coal in my yard Leave your order, at j q. Tint it shall be the duty el the Secretary Gloves and other Furs, a specialty Orders outLondon It the most convenon reasonable terms ard or S Myers' store and they will be uttend-eside of city solicited, perfect sttlsfaetinr guaran- of State to have this act advertised in one weekly ient point on the railroad to reach pla es in the to promptly, J J HKHilN'S, of the Xtate to teed, Dou'tiail to order a NODDY HAT '.'J tv new paper hiving the largest ctn ulatlou in each in the mountain 6i Star f.rd, Ky Ur-li.- I a. That any sheriff or other returning officer failing to perform the duty imposed by first section ol this act, shall be subject to a fine of six hundred dollars ($6Xr, to be recoveted by indictment of the grand jury In auy court having jurisdiction thereof, and shall, upon conviction of such failure, be removed trom office by the court In which such conviction is had. i 1 That for the purpose of ascertaining the number of citizens entitled to vote for Representa A marvel I his doiwder never varies, purity, tives within this State, in the year 1889, there strength ami wholesomeness. More economical shall he furnished, as hereinafter provided to the than the ordinary kinds and can not be aold in competition with the multitude of low test, short sheriff and olher officers of the election in Auweight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In gust, 1889, a registration book, in which the officers cans. KOYAL MAKING POWDER CO, of the election shall record the njtncs of all citt 18 106 Wall street. New Yok. reus entitled to vote for RepresentatWe--s within the State at the said election. The officers of the election shall be ex officio officers of registration; and shall have said registration book open for t e record of said names between the hours of 6a. m., and ip m., on the day of the August, 1S3q, elec court-hous- e Office on Lancaster street, opposite tion, at all the voting places In this Commonwealth t:-tStanford, ry. And it shall be the duty of all citiiens of this Commonwealth who are entitled to vote for Repre sentative on the day of the next general election Lin August, 1889, to go before the sheriff and other With returning officers of said election in the voting precinct in which they are severally entitled to vote, and cause themselves to be registered on the Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in poll-boo- k as qualified voters of this Common and finish known to the trade. Race every style wealth; and the names of any and all citiiens livand Trotting Equipments a specialty ing in the district known to said officers to be en- -' No. 53 East Main Street, LEXINGTON, Ky. titled to vote for Representative or made known to them by evidence on that day, shall be regis-teiednet voting. And in the year eighteen no other officer shall be j hundred and eighty-nin- e Whereas, a vacincy having occurred In the office of School Commissioner for Lincoln county, authorised to make any list or return of the qualicaused by the death ol J. A. Uogle, it is therefore fied voters of this Commonwealth, nor shall any ordered by the court that the Sheriff of Lincoln return thereof, except the registration books and ! county be and he is hereby commanded to cause an election to be held in said county en the first certificates provided for by this act be made, and Monday in August 1839, to till the vacancy in all laws requiring list or returns of such'qualiticd said office. voters are hereby repealed, so far as the year Said election is to beheld by the officers appoineighty-nin- e is embraced ted to hold the regular election in said county on eighteen hundred and said day and in all respects be conducted in the therein. The total number of votes so registered tame manner as the regular election; and the shall be the ttu: number of citiiens en it'ed o sheriff is directed to give nottie of the same by door and v te for Representative within this Stite, for the advertisements posted at the court-houat the placet ot voting in saia county ana ny pub parpostof ascertaining whether a majority of all lication in the Interior jouriai a newspaper pub- - the Cltle., f this State entitled to vote for Rep- ' u U CUUI lK llshedin atantoru, KV. Clerk Lincoln County Court. I resentative.vote for calling a Convention for the 3 POWDER Absolutely Pure DENTIST. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, V. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup-- , Is an Independent Candidate for School Superintendent nf Lincoln County. tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded Price 35 cents per box. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Kv Isn Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party, lilec.ion August, Merit Wins. We desire to say to our citiiens that for )ears we have been selling Dr King's New Dlscovery for consumption, Dr King's New Life Pills, Buck-tenArnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and have never handled remedies that sell ai well, or that havegiten such universal satisfaction We do not All persons knowing themselves to be indebted hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we to M I. Richards, either for goods or seasons of colts, will save trouble by settling same with James stand reaJy to refund the purchase ptlce if satisfactory results do not follow their use These Frye as I have puvhem in his hands for settleremedies have won their great populinty purely ment ,M. L. RICHARDS 44 on their merits. A R. Penny, druggist Ducklen'8 Arnica Salve. Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. Lightning clauses attached and damages pild whether fire ensues or nil, 17 CIO II URt'CE Agent, F. NILES S.S Eg : rTK 3 P. o 3. ii. F. Ilrinkley 5. WOOD -- j WALLAGE, m s S3" 2.B" & re O. er rs-- . 's Settle With James Five. Mn'3 Outfitter jij Fourth Avenue, I WM. ADAMS 41 & - SON, KY St., II. M Louisville, - - Kentucky. HROADWAV, LEXINGTON, NEWCOMB HOTEL. My Now Houso on Main LOTTIE .V MT. VERNCW. KY. This old and well-knoHotel is still maintain ing its tine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public ,v. NKvVCOMI!. Prop,, Sj-t- II. B. WILSON, THOMPSON & BOYD, this wonderful discovery tree at A. ft Penny t Drugstore S. O. DAVIS, A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. It was just an ordinary scrap of wrapping pa AND SURGEON, per, but it saved her life She was in the last stages of consumption, told by physicians that MT. she was incurable and could only live a short time- Office neit door to Whitehead's Drug Store. sheweighed less than 70 pounds On a piece of wrapper paper she read of Dr King's New Dis- Specialaltcnlion given lo diseases of children covery, and got a sample bottle: it helped her. she 77-- f. bought a large bott e ithelped her more, bought another and grew- - better favt, continued its is now strong healthy, ros) plump weighing 140 HARRY A. pounds ror inner particulars .end stamp to w II Cole, druggist, rort Smith Trial bottles of PHYSIOIilN VKRXON, KV. Stanford Ky For terms apply to Mi Mucins, btanl rJ, r t.i me at Dinvillf Kv lt() t Ml Vernon, Ky. 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. STANFORD,KY. For Sale Iwrishtoscli ! D.t uand EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, KV ORDER FOR ELECTION. mmmwm Female RELLEWOOD LEXINGTON, I KENTUCKY. Engineering: and Surveying in all branches. Urtke ou Lancaster Street, oppmtte Court-llou- it tiavinz removed to this place Irom Llbertv, to practice his profession, calls the attention of the pub lie to the fact that he will be read) at all hours (lvv or nlvtht to answer calls in town or country. Thirty years of his lite wete spent In Stanford and he deems it unnccessar) lo speak ol his ability as a physician and sure eon A share of the patronage of the pmle ofstanford and vicinity IsasVed ! by uim. my farm f M acres situated on the Lancaster pike two limes trim Man fur J The laud is all in iratt, i vumf,.rul.le dwelling of 4 rooms 1. situated uiwn 11 Will lc m , hargaln (' A. IlKSHllCT. Manfurd. ' WALLACE Stnnford, W H t r :i 1 K. VARNON, At Attorney e 'ti a I Law, Kontuoky. . rl-- r THC BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. Hrnd for J J.T.PATTERSON, PRCS. Catalogue to OR J. B. SKINNER. PRIM. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Oft (Ol .ntii M.Ko eris ti in me n arts if this and sujs't .f aniT! djoin- - orug stoic Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, "tax FORD, KV SEMIHARY SCHOOL Wells drilled to orier and Pumps I ur nulled at factory prices. HOoLTEIN-FREIilAN IILLL. THE MYERS HOUSE Proprietor Terms-1'n.ir- d. Cnptalu Aajjie W'nync ! Na It. F. If II foil-book- UILL1W ' Pool and Billiard Parlors Livery Stable l!e-.- 111 Literature, Art ' vance.witn the privilege 01 breeding till the cow prnv es to be w uh calf This josiih; bull is not only of the ver best bre4iatr, but is individual!) a vcrj superior ani' a s .r c r II Mr He will not tail to promal in every particular (tri'i'ias 'iinr ,r l.m ncis "fe I will J an shew duce milk cows of tnc highest excellence IUih our g istian, ,e nt . g an thintf In our his pedigree and h tndividualuv guarantee this Hue tf The llol.tetn-Frcisia- n cittle have for.everal seasons Ukcn the lead in the blooded cattle mark et by commanding under th hammer the hig'ie-- t prices, and KaviHL' theiapalty to produi e n.ore milk and butter than ai v other breed an J an ati and as good kef they w ill mil fail to retain iheir U II MILLI.lt leud In popular fav.,r n- 50 cents in Mut llest, the grjom, Tbroo Dollaro by the soivrfon, Will be permitted to terse Uv on l.ancaiter Hkc in suburb a few cow. at sn its- - ' of Manfurd, at pav-ab- 'J. T. SXJTTOIT "v t& CO. ad a In ad- HUSTONVILLE. KV Are in ibe h inc-s and rea.'v tiv At mnv thing i'i the I fidiriavtng We have a full slwk 'fCa.es and Caski sul .'I kinds and Holies oleierr deser pi n Our Van. w hi. I: is nearly hi-ve- - , KALE'S WE1X. Administrator's Salo 1889, I have for sale llnl.ieiri I r. tOMi' regi-trre- d sian hull calve- - an I one grad heifer m1 W It Ml II. Kit, . Stanford, Ky G AUTEE CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! S , I. M. IIKUCK, ";:,'.'; Season Opens June i, '89. Saturday, July m S TAN - m mul-I s 11 fsed stable, poll-boo- FORD. KY. COMMKIIl I U '.! bought and - d in Incrv e u- SPIXIAL travelers Horses and UTIA'llnVt. el lio"-iOnlv tint-cla- ss Also agent for th 11 poll-beo- WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO - j " Jtl p Tfp TriTTQT? jl Oil Corn-pan)- '! Old Ky. Route N N. A M t. 1 ! ycVJvyi'arsaw.eHfesMinjEjBpMfA H I Only one Night out to New York. Solid Vw.ii' Lie.) Trains lo , Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Now York, Passing all the Famous Virginia Springs by day. light and tirriv ing at Did Point Ceinfurt and the Soa Shore the nest alteriioon Time Card in Kffect Jul) 1, 1K0. KASTWARI). l.ve Stanford , 7'st.Man Kx R. GEOGEGHAN, Daily Sun 4 r.istVc--1 Lx press Dally Fast Express Daily J ' j Thousands of dollars worth of chit kens die every year from Choi era. It is more fatal to chickens thai, all ther diseases combined. Hut the discovery ol it leineay mat fositivflj cots it has been made, and to be of its efficacy only reiuires a trial t bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guar, antecd If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thotoughlv satisfied with it as a cure for Chitken Cholera, return it to the undctsigncti iinl our ni'jiit'v will be refunded. con-inced s two-thirds Ashland. Callcltsburg iiuniiiiKieii Arr line aiiipnur.. Cliarl'ittsvillu, " Washington " llaliimeie . " " " " " " " " Olive Hill Lexington Winchester K. U. Junction Mt. Sterling , Preston Morehead In la 1 11 35 am 0 30 pm pm 6 tS pm 7 . . ji 11 n '7 am am .1111 ' For by sale McRoberts .V Stage, Staufird 7 .10 o ' MAT world-renown- lrdi " Xew Vnrk " Richmond, Va,. ' OldPoinlComforl ' Pliiladclphi.1 8 4 put 10 ' 1 pm 6 oj pm 10 40 pm 1 ( m iiit 10 jj pm, 1 e jo pill is j" am 1 A la am 10 11 00 am 4 j jo pm g 3 55 pi"i 4 47 pm a 01 pm 3 10 pm oj pi. to pml s 0 at oj am i ji am v am ajam vaa ' 1 ' pm pm h pm S3 pm 05 am 45 , 1 9 3 u jo oj pm i3 am pmiii 10am 1 8 10 mil COMPANY fi " Norfolk jim 6 35 pm J 0 pm ao pm 0 am u 1 1 30 am 00 11 CREAM ffeSsisisi?'5'iCT'fW-ijBK$&rri I Attention, Coal Burners. d Reluming, fast VwIiIiuIchI from New orkund all eastern point arrives at Wimlicsler 4 r.4 p m and l.eaiiiston 4 17 p 111 dally Fast mail from lliiillinglon and all points east arrives Winches-te- r a m mid Lexiugloit 11 4C noon daily I'.x. it cent Siiiulay l'a express from lliin'liigi.,11, PirkenvhurL? slid WhcelinK arrive Lexiugteii p 111 ilmly 10 aj Olive Hill acrominndatins airivus Wiuche.lcr Lexington 7 10 a in and Lean iiton 1 ma w; leave j 40 p,'H, vv uiinesier n 40. l'or tickets and Information uriteor aniily in O. W. ItAKNUV, Ticket Agent, S A. IIKl.IVIIII.Kl,, 1 rsiv I'.S.S At. v ' jj fstotftt ' C avassias,-,- .! -- , ' i. ijEyrggTON-KY- . sc-iic- J I),V ARRINOrON jdV I Miiiri-ii- (I.,. Past At l'.lexin't.n. Ky