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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889072601 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. A WADDLE-0- 0. , Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1889. CRAB ORCHARD FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. A T. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NO. 48 Our Namesakes Downed for the n lenty of rain and wnrm weather A new Masonic Lodge has been esof ewes nt $:.X). makes" rank vegetation, result consid-havTiiEllrst (k'ffattliolNTKitiDitJoi'itXAi.s tablished at Woodstock. Joe Colloy bought in the Kast Knd had this season was aullercd Toes- - erablc nickm-Hs- , soiuo (lux, boiuu fever, John Gadd was stricken with paralRev. It. M. Gnno will preach nt the 0 head aged mules at SVM to$No. day evening nt tSm hands of the WaiUllu ysis and is not expected to live. Abo Wilson, of Uoyle, bought of II. Bros., of Somerset, w ho bent tlieiu by n Chiistian church at this place next Sun-Joel Anglin was tiied on a whisky a combined mare for '2'M. HI. The game started out day morning at 11 o'clock and nt iiilit. T. score of 20 to case .Monday and fined $2.", nnd jailed. L. 1). Gamer sold to W. I). Irvine, Miss Maud Pope, of Junction City, a most interesting one .mil up to the It. E. Thompson shipped a car of fat of Madison, a combined gelding for Si'OO. third inning good playing was done on nud Mr. George Fvans, Jr., of KaiiHAH cattle nnd hogs to Cincinnati Saturday. Johnson, of Uoyle, bought of F, D. both sides, but just then Wilson, the City, Mo., me the guests of Mrs. J. II. A splendid brick hotel and 10 acres Myeis !) head of heifeis nt $'A. in lots for sale. Maret rt Ctess, Mt. Vercatcher in the State, wan Hutching. crack ninnteiir ' John Murphy, the famous diiver non, Ky. Kverybody has pluiity of Irish hit by the ball, rendering hiln unable to ;t. "VT then-ortoes. There is a veiy heavy nop. Oats and trainer of trotting horses, is dead in the game, thus leaving John Mink and family, after live 7 to in favor of the I. .Ik. Severance ci op good, but hard to mivu on account New Yoik. years' stuy in Knnsas, have returned to John Wood, of Uoyle, bought of the land of their took his place and did ndmii.ihly, but of so much rain. birth. Mr.Tiu.sIey, a farmer from West Knd parties several head of yearthe whole nine seemed tobecome rattled Alf Owens was arrested and is out nt toning Wilson and then the tables New Mexico, who has been heie for ling heifers at SI'--' to $'A.'2o. on bond, charged by a woman at J. F. Pettus, of 1'reacher.sville, hns with being the father of her child. Sinks e were turned, and the Wuddle Uros, ran home time looking up a farm, has score up to 17 to 11. Wee, whom chased one near Lancaster nnd has gone n tinker gobW that has pet on and Hen Catron lost his house by lire the boys have never learnel to bat, hail, there to prepaie to bring his family, hatched out 20 young turkeys. Monday. This is the second time he J. II. Jones, of Tennessee, has has been burned out in the last few not the eonthlence in .Severance that he Others say "Ho West," but his motto is bought in this and Hoyle counties 12 has in Wilson, who has caught him nil "Go to Old Kentucky." yeais. It is rumored that Heeso Var say's head of aged mules nt 5120 to $1 12.50. the season, and was afraid to throw his Hill New comb, who has been n terJesse Fox, of Hoyle, passed through ror in the Hrodhend balls ns hard ns was necessary to put his he is "no candidate." Trying the still neighborhood, got deceiving curves on, thus giving the vis-- hunf, we suppose. Glad McClary is oil' Wednesday with some 200 ewes he had into trouble with a woman Monday and Itluir team another good chance to get in for the unexpired term of whool mipei-the- bought in Wayne county nt about 3 cts tied to Texas. work. A change of battery was, intendent as we don't want to have to , Moses ICnhu bought 2!) best cattle in . Hon. James H. McCreary will speak made nt the 7th inning, Severance pitch- - decide between him and Miss llogle. the State, weight 1,(100, from Mr. Prick-et- here Wednesday, July 31st. A bigcrowd of Fayette, nt 4 cents. Paris .News. is Ing and Penny catching, nnd here our Would like to give it to either, although expected to come out and hear the The Lexington Gazette says John Model Governor and t) scores to their three, putting' now will gladly vote for Miss llogle. boys made the "people's Conc. Ilostetter has threshed nnd delivered gressman." the score 'M to 1(1. and thus the iranio) Finding himself alone in the his crop of wheat nnd it yielded o.'l bus. There were a number of A a number of meetings have been all the hens having gone to wetting, dentaand mishaps nnd the gnme was turkey gobbler belonging to Mrs. Pot- - to the acre. held by our citizens during the week for The trot between Fence, IMuemont the purpose of organizing continued till nearly dark. drove a chicken and formutlls at The second game Wednesday morning hen from her nest and took possession, and H.J. Darst's mare, Stella, Tuesday lating plans for the suppression of the WIRE-TO- P gave our boys another defeat and now ',,,.,, ,t.iy r,.,,,!,, ,f place aftergetting evening, was easily won by Fence who illicit liquor traffic in this place. The tney may ne sain to ny wen ac'iiiaimuu organization will be completed Friday ne 4id this for three weeks and Jogged it in 2:H2. Austin, Texas, has received the Urst night. I hey had hoped to secure was rewarded with a full brood of chickwith Midi. one victory nt least, but alas! disappoint- ens. Hut his clumsy claws got a way bale of cotton raised in that State this Miss Ella Jopliu left Monday night Wax ment wns in store for them nnd they re- with (our by mashing them to death and year. It is said that the crop will rench for a visit to Missouri. M. F. Hriukley ceived it. About the same nine played an old sow tluished the balance, save 2,000,000 bales nnd that the corn crop is was here this week. W. T. Tevis, dem-simply enormous. ' r both games and their positions were ocratic candidate for State Senate fioin! one, which the old fellow takes around, Matt Sandidge and Logan Denny left this district, and Dr. to the evening before. The game clucking in a most motherly way. Roberts, republican yesterday for the Kirksville Fair, with n candidate, were here Monday mixing was a loose one from beginning to end, The two strange men who were nt ns will be seen by the score, which stood the Vnuderiool House the night of the nice string of horses. They will keep up with our people. There was no speaktheir reputation by bringing back n ing, except by G. M. Davison. No one 15 to 11 in favor of the Waddle Hros. in roblwry of the painters, turn out to bo game the time leingiusiif-tick-li- t Craft nnd Mullins, of Laurel county, number of blue ties. the replied to him. J. J. Rrooks, of RichAt Winchester Court there were mond, was here Monday, to finish it. There were no fen- - who were passing under false names. introducing lures oi uio game worm mentioning aim ,,v Rl WJVi t,v Hm, M0, of t,,L fam,v but few entile on the market and no our candidate. . steers the tale is told when it is said the Ixtk- - ,, ii11M , , rw, , nf in,.,!,.,, lien Auctioneer hlkin was here i. public sides. 40 head of 1.000-lbws a v lOFIIMWHI by bad seems that they were cither hilling for were sold privately nt H. A small crowd Monday he visited Wm. Poynter and moil Journals lost the irame playing ana uwuck. mc eiuiw now Ueviltrv nlrendv committed or seeking in town ami a dull court. proposed to purchnse the hotel bell that Speaking of Spokane, his owner is now owned by stand two to two and the superiority will to commit some here. Thev hid them-b- e the latter gentleman. proven by a gnme which will be play- - MVvii fmlu wriMw knowing them here says: "The colt is ns sound ns a dollar. The bell wns brought to Mt. Vernon ed very probably at Danville, in the next 0inl uuultl not show themselves when I have no desire to sell, but if anybody more than GO years since and placed on asks, you can safely say I wouldn't take the Eikin Hotel bv Groceries, few weeks. The gentlemen of the team. ! the auctioneer's were about. They returned to the leas than $."x,000 for Spokane," nnd others who accompanied them, prov-- ' mountains Sund.iv. ther and used for many years. The Confections, Better qualities of butcher and good house in which the hotel Was ed as clover a set as is usually seen witli an r .mi nr;.a.. ..,,,. kept is Tobacco. ' , 10Wf Cral, 0rchiml a base ball club, nnd it was a pleasure to a))mit blilppin cattle are in demand in Cincin- yet standing and is occupied by a dry h tU nher g.ades drang, w. tli highest goods have then, w.th us. The Ixmuou Jock-(7firm. The bell was the first ever 0l0 IWJ j,,,,,,., nnnrnwl llomo NAi.snre not down lu the moutlioverthet Tut.sday from Woodland, Mo. Mies and lowest prices lj to A; hogs are more brought to Mt. Vernon and has done Waterloo, but are ready to play 'cm nchanan and Mnrv Xewlnnd are active and higher, running from 3j to service for three hotels. 1..V5; sheep are linn at 3 to j ami lambs ngnin whenever they want a game. Wo visiting friends near Hichmond. Mr. E. 31 tool. Main and Somerset Streets. Cleric. P. are confident our boys can wipe up the, n ;,rt.,UZi 0( (jasg,)W Juction, and Mr. Hiiiiu.K. Captain Powell ariived heie N. 15. Tevis, of .M. Joseph, Mo., sends Wednesday on his, a. 11. IJracheii. of Louisville. Traveling earth with them, with Wilon with a good supply of Montfeet, and will make good our assertion Auditois of the L. & X. railroad and in the premium list of the New Kra Ex- gomery literature, which is being read position, which opens tlieiu Sept. 3 nnd with care. when hats arc crossed again. All parties aie becoming' Adams Kxpiess Co.. did up the depot continues until Oct.oth. All of them are more enthusiastic and the vote stands v Aiioii tiik i io.vi. evening and spent the night at large, that for com being especially go, here as It was a fair and s.iuaro beat, but they Cnlb , )r,.hard Springs. it did some days ago provided a 't Miss Ora ."0O for tlist 2'y0 for 2d; do it again. republican candidate comes out as is exmro u.t,,r,lu,i lomo Mondav. We 5125 for 3d; best dozen ears; for 4tl; .il.25 for otli; pected. Parties fiom Nashville JohnSugrue nnd John lJ.wh brought t,mt T(MIl aml V'ili Higgins have are tryJ N MENEFEE l.'i for t.th and $." for 7th. Premiums on ing to sell lightning rods heie and fiom A C SINE wives with them. their handsome nt Somerset wheie they Parted a cattle, sheep, hogs and horses run from their sales we can safely say The crowds were good botii days and ,ovc, rece:itlv. that wv are , thoiiwnngurisconbidernhlyahoad.tlnnii-- i ,...!,'..,, ..f ,i... ?10 to cl.")0. iimi,t not badly lightning rod struck; not so ..v, w. tt 1. aj'110 SOlil to Col. Thus. 11. De.ilers In Clnllv HIH'HklllK. JeW bad as to prove fatal. C. II. Harris has 's.,rlii...rn.. ......... ....I tmm m.wvill.. ..... v. w M ,,K,,1',S nt 110 lK'r a painful care of poison oak, his hands The Indies, God bless them, , were for' mi,illVnIi M.tuIIIWi Monday. He ill! !Mur '" iwid. Mr. I Lodgers had a field of and arms being badly ho I. Js., but fate was against us. It is ,.,, n swollen. Josiph to lhl s r1(M nll the r(l Imik-to make a fraction over V2 bushels Swope's mule which ,ard to decide which is pieferable. ,mll o( the Wl, ,Jt, ,Vl, he bought at LanEtc., lt The first basemen of both teams de-Mr mi,! Mr- - w it n..ri-.-. to tlie acre. A belter ciop of lush po caster for jlOO, is badly snagged. Mary A3ST30 B3CX3STDS l nuVed Hubble is visiting her cousin Allie nerve credit. It is nip and tuck between) ,.,u.t. jut ,U1IU U) ,(l a few tatocs than the present was this tltiH ottn. A. s . Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, Howling & Son week. J. H. Robinson is gone to Ni.tgaia Morrow, of the Waddle Hros., and of tu.,r l011t.VIIHK)I1 vxith old rill, of the I. Js. ftfoiid. Piof. RupleV, of Centre Col-- ! ,'la.Vl' bollsht aml "'"I'pwl .o00 lambs Falls. Mis Hell has leturned to The viiting boys went homo as hup U(:c, iJanvillf. was u. Mindav and some ,h,s 'rts0'1 '" ott :,n'1 'Jl1iik' roiin-pafter a visit at Robinson's for a Cedar and Locust Posts. ,,t n l'st of $'M'm aiul Kl.v tl,u-,,,1 by its lords and well pleasetl with both lndv WtW Iimilt. few days. MissOia Stoit minting Mis ns coming. ,u's Lumber Yard. We mil carry a full stok of ever)th.n fojnd in a ma,lt' onl-- ,,1,01lt?1(W " the w hole trans- their success in wiiinmi and their tientHumor savs a good main- things. Hattie Robinson. Coloied school began A. C SINE, Huuies Manager. luncs. nient while hero. here Monday with good attendance. but we saw wood and bay nothing. If llortcmen and Col. Ilrndley ouys the I.ntciuok Joru-N.i.- the piofessor will tell us when the day is iRS lradert, oi me- counties FOR SALE OR men K m: Hoi.ll--, in a cleveily wiitten Joseph Fugleman is ready to begin work V A"P Mis' play the best ball, even if they did named we won't tell unvoue else. The ......I ....... !.. 011 his dwelling. Thomas Flovd took is uf Marion llovle, LinJuIn, Garrard and Val.iiig ,i.i v ii iii.iif i; 1. 1. tin t i.i.iirK.ni'. ton ill find all the new j relating toinaltcrs ol in . Good House and Lot at Majwood. Suitable for get beat "in both games, and the colonel Crab Orcl.ar.1 boys had better be up and ui ,,,.,. i 1""rrin A M1!? , to theui m Ouod doctor ur teacher on lot. Mumavy for hnI,erillU.ndent of mill back which Kobert An in has been termleadniK paper the IVU of the U L STFI'IIENSON, Apply t u n niiiii of erent unngoMt y JJlYA.lli , running lieio for miiiib time. Dr. G. A. Central Kentucky, 111J1I.LT I.I. .1 HUl in ! IV l Ulllll I.. Ut'tll Ull .u.d rr.iiayof t.tday JIaywood, Ky ,. 41 ' i.iuii.i.m uoois iii t. i.incoin count v to .. i i. .!... u.i,i,n.. , eauh veek.$jpr car Send .. lenn and try It .. succeed her father, recently deceased. Tntylor is back from Louisville and Address II G llojle, l!uini:ss for three months riinning for a fly . i battery, collided while ports tiie tobacco trailic dull and heavy. Manager, Iianwlle, Kj STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. -- John Carter, a negro, w ho killed Of The card and the femininity catch us. and the tangling of legs thnt followed re Hro. Walton is appointed our proxy to Lemont Higgins, of Pulaski county, is, All persons wishing a pleasant life and well flei'r Ilcvnolik. nt Million.. W. Vn.. uliilo suited in a flat fall for each. visiting at Fiank Higney's. Win. Snow leased wife let them use Patent Flour made at "CO that she is elected. FOR SALE! ... l,i... 1..1VV.. ...... ,,....-.,,-. Frankfort Cani- - l.tm u.. E , , . tanford Roller Mills, Call for it at your groillill, John Hash umpired and again proved. il.U I.,,,... tl.t il.l.lll) It ,.1II.IIW IV i,:. 2 tint linv nf l.irt linnet i.tiil Hmin no. .u iigin, uoionui .joiiumiii, wo Feland has a sod Milk Cows for sale, all cery, and if they have not sot it on hand, urge his ability. He is careful in making his wns nfterwnrds taken from jail and them an see to it. Mii-- Kate is nlieady ns good bjiooiiauiore has a line daughter at his, l0t0UlhWj Shortuorllt, ,v,h calve. 10 dasold, get it to keep it, or set will order from athem and at the Mill and by friends of the murdered ollicer. pleasant guarantee decision and when made he Micks to it all of W'llOin aie good democrats. F. A. ,ains had cales within 24 hours of each other. anuinierestiuz lainuy I elected, ns alio cmmiueiitiy deserves Y N. OTTS, Supennteadent. 93 though lieavt'n and eaith bo moved to Dining the outward triji of the ih became frightened the oth- - A ood chance to get a sood co and a thoruush. to be, being naturally capable and quali- White's team Aliohae some nice ounS lrt'd bul1 "' make him iccall it. steamship Harkhurxt to a Hnuiliau port, fied by experience in the duties of the er day while hauling lime and when it bulls ready forch"'V sen ice. boys and those accom her cargo, 200 barrels of oil of vJ. ZE3T. The Somerset made its appearance in town the fog A. M. FELANP. 37 Stanford. Kv. panying them yelled manfully for their j (,Uantity of tow, caught (he and ollice, to hold it. befrom the lime caused the citizens to ROWLAND, KY., team ami were the Happiest crowd one i,L.r t.,0w tried to desett. The captain,1 Cleveland's cabinet abolished the lieve that it was a tiactiou engine Dealer In wish to see when they were cer- - h.owevor, compelled them to remain on torn established under Grant of appro-tai- n ted hv its manager. Mrs. 11. F. Fn- Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps of their victory. the vessel and successfully made the run piiating department funds to pay for and g email did not go to Niagara as ie NECK, and LARGE Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, mj,.s wjt, tlv jro hmoiildeiiiig' maintain hoinesaml caniages for mem-h- e pOlted. James COX, While tiling II KIW, l1Thiie back, ROAN COW l with UF.D the left ear Col. Hrailley was so enthusiastic that 0 mirlcd with otitis in l'lnuare, Furniture and a himself. It was j tI ju.r hold. could hanily contain The Kmpcior of Hrazil beis. Han ison's cabinet is restoring it. dropped the tile and the .spar,, end pene Fr'eXrlc'k Conoral Lino of Groceries, whispered that lie declined his appoint- - presented the captain with a number of Secietary Noble has bought a $1,000 trated his great too fastening it socuielv and boi. s Elmore at jjj. ihisji.ij i, iSij Fancy Cimties, Canned Goods, &c. ment to Corea because theie weie no tokens of esteem because of his bravery span of blooded Kentucky hordes out of to the floor. All l.imi of 1'rnluce taken in exchange lor goods. base ball playcis there. the contingent fund of the Inteiior A Knoxvillo paper savs: CRESS & 3IARET, T. Z. Morrow and his seven boys lt is- ascertained thatat least 22 per-- i md 0h,0 jjj,,,,,,,' ,mtto. kow ,mrtment ami will soon buy a costly cm-- a "pair of twins ' among them, were sous were drowned in the Hood in thu Iojirov,,, ,0.l(li m 1)0 oxtuu,i0,i liage at govciiiiiient expense for his ESTATE AGENTS at both games. I ho stai.l juilgo U) mg stou A a. V the republican magnates Little Kanawha, nt mc WM mm XWt for thu time being iVlt. Vernon, K.y. sot asido hiB dignity Jim niaine.Jr. wa Hiemaii on the1 Ql lomsviut WwAi3Ar Chicaso RrTlfl- imrchas,lltl 1)V Co)i Samuel Thomas, pies- - nio exciting themselves to reduce the and was as loud an applauder as there U, train that took his distinguished father! yf ih,-,:Tennessee, Virginia A mii pi us. -- Cleveland Plain Dealer. Coal ar.d l.m'icr I aids an Krm f r nle Cor was tn uio ruHWM ciowu. homewa.d. (Georgia, which indicates that it will be- 41 re punden etwi cited. Coal & Iron Company Ti ,., If Judge Mo.row continues to increase ()f tho Judge Hufus K. Williams, Temu,ssl0 . IwdlltMtli. It, 100. uo.o i.,1.. ovens, Lcinj lloih , the earth ..Ult lwina as In. and replenish mu, of ,mt mQXh Appeals of Ken-- f ony Cohen a young cle.k e.nploy-ata- Justice diedtho Court ofUtah, after a lin-- i -l& CINCINNATI , LOUISVILLE has been doing, ho wil soon bo able to atOgden, tucky, r?SB ,(i, ,.:aht TuIlu,KS0C t0 t'll0 Soltl k, l ... a clothing store at New ork, was goring illness. tTr. HEERA'S , a base ball club o his own. Ho has eiftfcS x, th 1V.1U1 w to tho Daily, Secures to Travelers, - lvali!l sen to a bank to deposit ull.OOtl. He Division Superintendent Tyler, of BOVfii already and the last two a.e twins. f of eloped with a pocketed the cash V Ilmrali for tho Morrow club the ijueon ami Liccent roail, wlio arJ. j5t r THIS preparation.witliout .THE MOST RAPID ROUTE M,,,--- daughter of j,,rl who 1V0lkmj ju ., restaurant, tXJ&tP C ut Mike Curd says it was actually ranged the trains for the Snllivan-Ki- lEer attempted hetwecn the great commercial iiijnry,reinovcsFrock-V-cu- i. Green Gelders, a meichant rchlding on' tho'iiiipression at Someiset that they A Mlllim.irv 0f the train accidents Kier and ChicKo, ..!.. lt..t. ...rtu ... (ua.vi. ., V..... 1..1r..,. .. .n .IH...J....I 1. Pim- - cities on the Ohioand most comfortable and hence los. Livor-Molo...'....a the fastest time trains be. would bo mobbed up heie and that he the Cumberland liver, in Fulaski, fshot .huing Junesho,v.s that there weie X l.llll liu.il, Plos, Black-Headand tweenil points In the South, or to the West and Sunburn and taken to Jackson. Miss., on a lcmii- ... m. hia , .lull ... ... .v.k Kiui ., ...u v....; were verv iigiecably sur- , iiic;ii i.. w.v i..ft i.r.,..Jt 'r.,,.o,i.,.. few applications will render the Northwest, '1 lie counterpart .if tins train on all " eol iNiiius. -' ilurai imuiits ami lnnr nt Tan. A sition, charged with aiding and abetting most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and trunk lines is denominated 'the Mpilted I.xpress. ' "i...- lieailliein. inuy lerviveii 1,ml heo" fiipiKutl to a young man nam - ,.... n total of 70- -in which : 1 he superb rolling stocU we employ gives patrons - ti... Ivtkiiuiii lighting. lii.o white. Viola Cream i3 not a paint or Unlimited Comfort od William Minpson, wljp, thro false ,u.Kvoii8 were killed and 102 injiued. RB-club is composed entirelv of guntleuieii, OffiLes In all powder tocover defects, but a remedy to cure. you will find Coupon Ticket ..nd tickets, the Soutlt ..T . T. ...i.n ..nt nlinvo treating anybody, espec representations ruined her. Fearing dis our lime tables 'ay wny is it In a general light which occurred It is superior to all other preparations, and set Motion and stick to Monon, il you Want ially its guests, uiicointeously and wo grace she deliberately took a pistol from among colored inwn ovttr a of craps Tint people linjer alii(,- - always complaining is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At to save inoiie) and hate a pleasant Jotirne. 1: O.McCOltMICK, nro pleased to know' that the utmost her father's bureau drawer and walking v or mailed for 50 cents. Prepared by lnt Hl.llu, station, Miss., one man was aUmt thnt continual tired Itelin; f One boltle of f....lliiL' nievailcd throughout. 'Die General I'asseniicr Acent, Chuago, sc KY"" " Ilir' Hlotxl Furiller and Wood ueoiidappetite ".'.homo delighted and left all Into nor room and lying uownonaeoiieli klwl nnii mutwr was mortally wound- - tirely ri'inovellils feeling, jietlii'niMalter will en G. . City Ticket Agents and Omc' visitors went TOrPDO. OHIO. I. M. IU. kNKK, iij 4th Ait., omsville, Ky ' she Hud, and died shortly iiftt rwards. !t,( nnj K.verul were beiiously injured. Vine st , Cinunnatl Ohio of us favorably impressed with them. j a.ul ri'i;ulato dlijcstion. A H. Fcuny, Drujist - Qta(ji,, i "Sate t Stan'orl, Kv H, A.TokruNvK tig - First Timo- -p- Xunnelley sold in Cincinnati e car-loa- d 1 ( , SUMMER GOODS T. R. WALTON'S y ear-ol- d pota-llnls- h !1 well-to-d- o j pur-th- I 1 ir White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Ice Cream, t, barn-ende- d. acel-'yan- l, I're.,-hersvill- MASON'S; FRUIT JARS fti. Sealing and Jar Gums. ! 1 sim-iln- ) Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. , 'Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stock embraces - - . V ( t.y fa-- , i,. !.-.- ., Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glass ware, (Jueensware, Cigars, 0 ... A T. H. WALTOIT, J. Burton, i 'I . Tue.-da- Wil-can- j j I ,,., - uro,-er- 1 ,, ,,tum v-t r' .. v 1 ' 1 SINE Si, IY1ENEFEE, -- ,.,, ; -- . OUdll AND DRESSED LUMBER, Laths, Shingles, i ,,,.,, Fer-;,lliv- s cSlSE, DOOHS - Hop-kinsvil- le ' y PATENT WIHE A1TD SLAT PE1TOE, first-clas- l ijtt, r v s - f l v s I RENT. 1 t 1 . school-hou- se . I . 1 re-- 5- - . , ' - 11 lym-h-e- 11 s ...'.AM j cou-istii- ig KCITiT03Sr Queens-ware, cus-coul- d de-b- ci ' ESTPIAIT. i oj-o- q 7teSnUiPreebTR"t j "The-Ten-- De-Jud- mw i - per-prese- nt . theREAL I i '. s. i j 1 ' I'lii.-vill- o A NEW FAST MAIL -- I it j I Cottr iolaCream MK xmw t v 1 1 -- ,.... i,-,- .,h '""". .i.t (i'''eaO s. s, U- At Mp-nu- n, drug-cis- ts ,.,f airrmsv.iz McNo'-ertA- co 1 4'Wfctf ,:.lnu ataiUs1Mr4.a..- T - wu. .'f.l'I "V . A: vmrn'cZ5ZZ!SSrZ!!!!m?!mm?l'''mm0)&gmm j .,. i m"" . fi.'tf.MwnTiinwyiimfliitiniwiwiiiinn y i.n m- -' J f .." ; lutm,)imwminmnKm A foi'im'aoe circn'ar, signed "Prohl-- I As the republican speakers are devoting most of their oratory to the Tate de- bltiontsts," is being scattered broadcast falcation, the Democratic State Central over the county, and rs it exemplifies Committee h: s decided that the best with signal clearness tho motive and Stanford, Kym July 2G, 1889 method of lighting the devil is with fire in ithod of the "I am Holier than Thou" IS and have accordingly thrown a brand party wo hope everyone will read it. It into the republican camp by issuing n is childish, absurd and malignant to a W. P. WALTON. circular which recalls a few of the (deal degree which is really amazing. In so ings, of the g. o. p. Tho total defalcations far as it pretends to recite facts it is an unbroken tissuo of clumsy and transpaDEMOCRATIC TICKET. of republican officials as reported by Fairchild, in response to a resolu rent falsehoods. Indeed there is nothing Do by to when r Stale 'treasurer, tion from Coiigres, fiom 1SGG to 1SS4, true or honest in it, except that its aueverySTEPHEN G. SHAKI'E. wereSll,40S,lWi).77, tho assistant treas- thor truly and honestly hates every one of urer at New Orleans getting away with who does not bow to tho new dispensaFOR STATE (FXATOH, S."MJ4,2I2.07; Treasurer F. K. Spinner with tion promulgated at that Holy See the R. J. HRECKINRIDOE, OK HOYl.E. $3S!),207.40; A. J. Auxier, marshal of McCormack church. Certain discerning Goods, Caps, Boots. Shoes, Kentucky, with S40,54o.(W; II. M. Kelly, critics have thought they discover in this For Kepreientatlve, Lincoln County, lowest. 0 manifesto tho broad scholarship and enpension agent of Kentucky, with RICHARD C. WARRKN. we and so on in gi eater or less amounts. lightened patriotism of our quondam cor2? honest democrat will offer the slightIf this be respondent, Elder Hdlou. There is no earthly excuse for any est excuse for Tate's rascality, and it true wo tender him the thanks of the democrat refusing to support R. C. Warthe republican party with such democratic nartv for a great service ren in this contest. His record as a dem- it recoid of stealing and defaulting, to which he has unintentially done it. ocrat is as good as any man's, no matter haip so much on tho f.ict that one poor Vv to this time Judge Breckinridge where h comes from. Ho lias never democrat went astray. They are simply scratched n ticket, refused to Mipport a trying to fool n few thoughtless demo- has no opposition for tho Senate and it nominee or shirked any call mrfde upon crats into voting for Colsou, but tho re- hardly appears that there will be any. Ladies1 Ribbed Vests foe, Colored him by his party, but has always cheer sult will show that they have miscalcu- This should not keep democrats from 15c, 25c; Gin- fully given his tune and his means to lated upon the credulity even of the ig taking an interest in the election, by any oac. . worm. ftutiio i i.e., ii'ui oo j. Lfui i ,. tni'itnt fl,,.4 ,.. t' ofc& ., : v i i a0" further the cause of democracy and pood norant. Judge Sharp, against whose means. The still hunt has been worked uuov, ud wu icoi to Line before government. Ho is in addition a man honor and integrity no suspicion has successfully by the republicans in nuof the highest standing at home and ever rested and nothing ought to whoo word is as good as merous instances and abroad, is worthy and well qualitled for Jay Gould's bond, will bo retained in the bo taken for granted. Judge Breckinthe portion he seek-- ; in fine ho is a ofllco to which our noble old governor ridge's abilities will give him high rank Lace thorough christian gentleman, n temper- appointed him, by a majority which will in the Kentucky Senate, where he will sold, 7oc, ance man in both theory and practice cause the head of the young man from be able to do the State valuable service, be sold a.t 75c. and one who will always rellect credit Bell countv to swim and leave him in and democrats must see to it that we are upon himself and upon his party. The condition almost of not knowing what not caught napping. we be chat go that he advocates the opening of struck him. cost. Olh Cash Clay, who offered to orate saloons is in keeping with the other misThe lavish manner in which Corporal lor the republican party in tins camerable lies that some of the prohibition pension claims paign, has withdrawn the appointments industriously circulating. Tanner bus been ists at least are It may be his opinion that a well regu- which the press has kept so fully before that he made and will take no hand in lated license law is more conducive to the public, hits at last brought the au- the race. The leaders recognizing that good order and good government than thorities to their senses and a commis- the general is a back number and that prohibition, but that is merely his pri- sion has been appointed to investigate his voice is better stilled than allowed to Main St., M. SALINGER, vate opinion, which he has at no time the affairs of the olllco of pension com- utter, gave him such a decided amount missioner. A good ilea! of scandal is of cold shoulder that the old fellow argued or attempted to argue, and for which he is responsible to no one except connected with it and it is charged that could not help notice it, hence his in the Sulli- ,1 CrMge, his God. He will not attempt to over- - even if Tanner himself has not profited withdrawal The general's hfo has been tight, has paid over to Sulride the of his constituents in the pecuniarily by increasing pensions, a far from being a model and tlie sootier livan the $20,000 stakes and delivered to matter, but will simply have passed an number of his subordinates have. The its pitiable pages are closed the better liim tin? Police Gaette chamnioushin amendment to the prohibitory law, giv- -' president is said to regret very much for him and all concerned. belt. ing to the people the right to retain or that he entrusted the olllce to such a Van Malone, a Georgia negro, made The defalcation of Graham, the repub. man as Tr.nncr, but h. could not well reject it, as they may see proper. Mr. lican auditor of Warren county, 0., con- an assault on .Mrs. Skinner, near Coving- is the candidate of no faction or j fuaa the demands of the pension agents specially since tinues to grow as ho gets farther off in ton in that Mate, but he will not do so clique. He was nominated bv delegates "ml the about iiiiv muii-- . 0 v.... v . .! . Tnnnor Ji.i.l iPt.fi nn nctivrt nnrtv mini """"" " "t,v ""V "'" r.t .. .1 l.:l republican spell-- , t,.reer as soon as captured, w' ' and had lost both legs in the service of.D. hibitionlaw.manyof whom will do it ' l -- A premature explosion of P 'w ws tliat again, but they are democrats and do his country. But he has proved a verit-of the Godlemig hty party could naInUe cartridges on the It., X II subordinate their party's interest to able white elephant and would be orderf',r p1 hh,18e,(, "8 t0 8,wlJ? lie near Xicholasvllle, killed Jo Hanks and walk the chalk if the president had 8, please the fanatical few, who think that ed to democratic party makes no parade of its hjjim.(l Kwra others. Capt. Brown n tri,.K. .,!., ,.,. nW- i tl.n .onrm.'fl to make him. vX i,s "At-- : injured about the face, but not se r, forced to the front in a purely political lomii? bnt , ,,le w v nousiy. " ' 1 he Women's Ulinstian , ' " '"- "V . lemperance election. Fellow democrats, we anneal weekly circular of Henry imsedeiamed. The toyoutodoyoti7 duty by voting for, Vnion, which is the head centre of the puum-anClews A Co. estimates that 120,000 A met !. your nominee and electing l.im to an of- - iwiiiuiiju pan,, imjuNtmn IwTii parties have resolved that Ken fice, which by nature and training he is days session at Mountain Park, Md. In tucky needs n new constitution and so icans are traveling in Kurope and that average they will spend $1,000, so fitted to fill. We believe you will do far as that question is concerned most ' iion the politic- than treason to withhold the power of everybody is practically united. Tho which will mak i a grand total of $120,so and that political parsons and al renegades will be relegated to the ob the ballot from the virtuous and intelli- present document is a fossiliferous old 000,000. gent women of the home and lodge it concern and but for the fact of the cumFrank C. Brown, Peter Hnsbrough scurity they so eminently deserve. l with the vice and ignorance ot the sa- and Henry Richards, surveyors, were bersome method necessary to change it The democrats of Somerset permitted loon for home's destruction." Exactly, and the fear that we might get a worse drowned while shooting the rapids of Mr. Inman, republican, to hold the post- - and this is what the prohibition party on the Colorado river, nDXJO-O-IS- T one, it would long since have been su- Marble Canon, office till his term was out, which was proposes to correct. Women must vote perseded. their boats upsetting and throwing them not uiitil hist year. Mr. Richardson, a and poor white folks and negroes be into a whirlpool. was then appointed, and he ' nieil the right, During a Sunday game of base ball DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, The Chairman of the Democratic State has been removed after less than a year's : M. C. Alford, in Breckenridge county Ben Bate", the Central Committee, Hon. service. But Judge Finley wanted to, Woman suffrage and an educational has issued a ringing address to the fell s umpire, and Frank Morris, a player, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. do something at the government's ex-- 1 qualification for voting are both propos-pens- e of Kentucky to shake off their out over a decision and a fight ensued, Phyiicuniprticriptioru AKH. ecuraily compounded. for the woman, whose husband he ed in the prohibition platform and he lethargy and go to work, for which only 'which resulted in the umpire fatally permitted to drown before his eyes, so who tries to make the unwary believe 10 dajs remain. Remove General Apt-th- stabbing Iuh antagonist. he has had Mrs. Tarter uppointed'to tho that it is not, is a miserable, lying Information has been rcceiwd at from command, put Gen. Hustler It is there in unmistakable at the front and Judge Sharp's majority Nashville that the wife of a Presbyterian THE LARCEST Well, he does owe her some gogue. STOCK OF WATCHES, thing handsome, but he might have ' ter"18 nn,l Mb will be adopted should will be 00,000. minister named Heron, who formerly reCLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. , the party of fanaticism and proscription paid it without having a good man re-sided at Joni'sboro, Tenn., is under sen- Uneducated poor NEWS CONDENSED. moved, after that man had quietly wait- - co,e into power. tence of death in Corea for teaching the Evtr brought to thurnkt. I'ricef lewtr th.n the loweit. Watchct, Clecltt and Je dry ed for his republican predecessor's term white folks and negroes will stand no It. The Vanderbilts paid Mr. Hunting- doctrines of Christianity. paired on ihcMJnotfce and warrarted, show whatever in that event. The God- to expire. Ixirenzo I). Baker, with Theteamer ton $2,500,000 for the 100,000 shares of 'given right of suffrage will be taken a cargo of bananas, six passengers and n the C. A O. stock he sold them. Finding that they cannot seduce dem- - from them. JaA strong effort is being made to have crew of 11', en route to Boston from ocrats to leave their party and vote for( to the water's edge in Montgomery, the policy of the prohibi- While the nooe was around his neck tho president pardon Harper, of Fidelity maica, burned two were rescued by . tionists is to induce as many of them to and he was sitting on his horse ready to Bank fame, but it is said he will refue. mid ocean. All but Ind., boasts of a baby the Franklin after a perilous effort. Browiistown, Btay away from the polls as possiblo by have him driven from under him and At Fu Chow, China, recently, 1,200 Dealer In 10 days old that weighs only one pound.) the most arrant of falsa representations, into tUafl, the postmaster at people were burned to death. The fire we urge you, let nothing ter, Wyo., asked his lynchers to grant It is a girl and is apparently in good raged 23 hours, destroying S7.000 dwell- keep you from voting. You vote may him only one request and he was willing health. Mrs. Henry Light, of Louisville, gave mn, Nearlv 170.000 people were comnot be needed, but on the other hand it to go. It was that they should see that out without shelter and STANFORD, KY. birth to three girl babies, two of six and nelled to cami) might and it is your duty to go to the a certain man was appointed his of 100 a day. und cast it for Dick Wanen. Woessor as postmaster. They promised, one of four pounds and all are alive and they were dying at the rate Col. Roger S. Page, a prominent lawshall not be satfslied with 6imply beat-- , the nn'nul was driven from under him at 1 The republicans have nominated L. yer, and editor of the paid the ing them, we must paralyze them with and another horse thief had W Marion, X. C, was shot from behind nnd M. Drye for the Senate in the 15th dissuch a majority as will send canting penalty. killed by an unknown assassin Monday ts1 in riFinnlinwinnil flJlilV" riiirttifiafnrai'nii in trict, composed of Marion, Washington IHVHbUUOUUU tuiHilil.OiUtUlt.1 IU night. There is said to be a woman in Ever exhibited In conformity with his determination and Taylor. the rear. in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' , to dispose of all his interests : east ol the Stock ia New York sees Louisville's double the case and a young man of the town is full and complete. We call special attention to our Since 1807 tho county of Bell has drawn Mississippi River, Mr. Collis P. Hunting-fro- hanging and goes her three more. Five suspected of tho murder. the State treasury $1111,20.00, more ton has sold most of his interest in the men will feel the halter draw in the for- While bathing in the river near De money than it paid in. The republican Chesapeake A Ohio railroad and e catur, 111., Thomas Landers was carried mercity Aug. 2;id. for treasurer, who lives there,' es to the Vanderbilts, thereby giving The best Casket of the kind ever invented. Tho Wyoming cowboys are no res over a dam and lit upon a sharp snag, might give this statement along with his Uiem a controlling interest in that great pecters of persons. They hung Jim Av- which struck him in the back, near the charge that the State funds have been trunk line. The Vanderbilts are said to trill, postmaster, and his wife, at Sweet- - base of the spinal column, passing entire- - Embalming under the most approved method when desired. misappropriated. The extent of the mis-- , bo looking toward tho south now J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. ly through the body and coming out in water, for stealing cattle. if any is, in permitting sively for profitable investment. Kd Roe, a young Englishman, was tho lower part of the nbdomen. tho republican mountain counties to filch Win. Baugh and Green Flynn, at bit bv a shark while bathiiiL'. near .Tnelr. from the treasury vast sums of money, Lebauon Standard continues to sonville, Fla., and bled to death before Frtnhush, Pulaski, were wrestling, when The ostensibly for criminal prosecution, ' boom Proctor Knott for theSenate. We medical assistance could be rendered. Baugh's brother Struck Flynn on tho I'lmr! mv.jk w. irmtB . lint i.....va wiilliv .. i;iirll' Atn r( ilw ..v.isi.iiri. ..iii til ui uii; v.'ui.-iivi.fuv.v tnnut tt .tf bv.w, in I'" ivittw.aa MttuT The impression at Washington is ''"'l with a hand spike, crushing tho cases that never but before wo agree to support hi.n we fees in trumped-uthat a widespread and well organised ' kull. Dis. Warren and Perkins como'to anything. would like to know if in the event that will bo unearthed bv tltn ed the skull and found that death re he was elected and Uhaiuilers ears examination of Tanner's pension office. 'suited from concussion of the brain. Cincinnati for a time is indulging in :, needed pulling would ho be equal to the I nomas A. r.dison is suppoed 'o The proposed State constitution be-spasm of virtuo and closing her saloons occasion? Bro. Phillips will please anforo tho Bismarck (Dak,) Convention ig- know something about electricity. He nnd other establishments that keep open swer. nores woman suffrage and leaves the testified before the referee in thoKemm-le- r parlor house on Sunday. An case thattheio is no difficulty whatprohibition question to the legislature. Tiik average daily circulation for the was forced to shut up shop and the Henry Federas, who claims to be ever in killing a man instantly and painappealed to tho court, which last six months of thoTimes in Louisville 'jail at Rich- lessly with an alternating electric cm- is a ne- and Jefferson comity was shown by aff- from Cleveland, O., is in promptly decided that exciting chase, for rol- - rent. This evidenco was drawn out in cessity, instead of a luxury, and there- idavit to bo 11,20,") copies and the city mond, after an bing viiriousand sundry houses in that the effort to prove that the Now York fore its sale is not prohibited on Sunday. printing was awarded to it without conlaw requiring executions by exectricity Tho girls say the judgo is too sweet for test. Tho Times is a dandy and no won- locality. Jonn A. Campbell has just been is cruel and inhuman. der it is the best read paper in tho State anything and are going to smother him John A. Ron1, a prominent former nominated for his ninth term as Clerk of with flowers and kisses, if they get a as well as tho metropolis. Nicholas county. He has held tho office of Powell county, was shot from ambush chance. Gitoviiu Ci.kxemxi) is out enjoying his 112 years already and has nearly run it by unknown assassins, who made their Cincinnati Commercial is moved favorite spoit of fishing, with not oven a in tho ground. escape. About a year ago Rose killed The Dock Hall, for which ho to remark: For a democratic State, Ken- singlo reporter to tell whether ho spits Tho photographs on tho White his tucky is pretty well represented in tho on his bait or dispenses with that super- IIouso desk of babies born since the was soon to bo tried. Much excitement n nd a large and select line stition. Holding ofllco makes a wonder- election and named Benjamin Harrison oxists over tho killing, and it is feared Senate. Beck may get a little of Furniture Goods. My prioas will be as low and Blackburn lose his teinpersltght-Jy- , ful difference in tho public's interest in make a big bundle. Every stato in the that it wilMead to a revival of tho bloody and goods a man, but our Grover is going to come Union, with but one or two exceptions, feuds in several of tho mountain count- can bo bought in the cities. Give me a trial but, upon tho whole, they are ;ir and you wiU be conies". again as suro as shot. and a credit to their State vinced that I sell lower than the lowest has contributed. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal uwEoaxnESTr Sec-retar- v 1 going from store store, not waste either you can make your selections and purchases from our immense stock of thing in the way Clothing, Hats. Trunhs, Carpets, Matlind, Being direct importers and buyers S'C and at prices the can always from manufacturers, Dry $l2,-00- OFFER YOU ADVANTAGES. n.ic -7- VisUusandbeco:.vincecL Loohat the following reductions: worth 2oc; Lace Mitts worth uuiieuiis jsn. nmt'i " Dress "'"" 7,7... itv.,;,, ttyo vault, ura uuuna cicar ttiis out season ends. n the SLIPPERS SLIPPERS SLIPPERS Ml Ladies' tan andblachwillbc at worth SI tmd $1.25. All Children's 4oc; worth Slippers will Bear it in mind that the few Summer Clothing have left will sold of re-gardl- ess THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Stanford. stake-holder Munaxcr. van-Kilra- wi-die- s ! coffee-cooler- , f. i "". .." .. 1 .,! , - m' I Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, I I - Z I la-- t -- M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. ;CVO ' n j PENNY & VV t K JEWBLEB. I dem-crat- Mj2llteS) ! y dema-offic- e. j IB Ko Sweetwa-Democrat- s, WEAKEN Decorations Furniture and Undertakers' and Window Shades j Goods! site-poll- s Times-Regist- er heiirjrCSt, Cheapest and Ilcst Assorted Stock of all Paper, Border, Celling 4": 1 1 I i I branch-candidat- htdesthtjctibiiE btjria.l casket, ( n, j J 41 f p SEW FURMTURE STOREf MAOK MOTTClATCo P1TOP remov-eoiiRtiirac- v ico-crea- pio-priet- ice-crea- faon-in-la- d JePn,stntly i asuch I I 14 li ' v Semi-Week- hooping up the. InteriokJournal Eleventh Annual Exhibition .. deintierntu in Wnyne and the news comes MetcAlfe. llt'Y lly fnn, lly trnps nml pcrccn wire CT TIIK- from there that tho old veteran, Ike Evkx the ninrried Indies nro calling for ntT. Mi'lraHV. Sheppard, will certainly warm n Beat in, TO THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY: Stanford, Ky., July 2G 1880 Stackimi mid huy forks, niB nnd chances in the rallle of our business man- the next legislature. Bully for the old A t,oiiwiiibe or.n-ch ager. Mrs. Tom Metcalf sent us "0 clo ' Lincoln county on the firt weed scythes nt T. MVtciiIi'n. from democrat vers yesterday, each of which had ui, id ricci a siiiiirinicnueni 01 jmrmm ASSOCIATION, S.C. WALTON, DUS.ManQROr I'l.KANKrnll nnd si'tlle your nccounts, 113 four to six leaves on it. Girls, wo nro ItEMEMiiEii tlmt you can go to lin "' .IncolnCeunty, to fill a vacancy caul by the ou eM, ThlJulyt?, lS. and NEAR they have been due pJiicu July 1st. 1 afraid she's got him. You can't beat Kirksvllle Fair 1. D NEW LAND, S. L. C. Hint. MEANS BUSINESS. the regular train from Howland, at 7 A. V Commencing need the inonov. Knti Dtnlderiir. ,...M.l.l Com k ntul Kettle your account A. It. in.it il ...III iv I. ..I. nt iiiu Not For It. Mr. E. It. Chenault tells ., mi., .1.... It m 1... i I.. .1... miivi- - .... . nMamt in COLLEGE FEMALE Tin: Jones Itros hnvo withdrawn from us thnt the question of n resubmission noon for your return at Paint Lick, MiaMsiRSBuIill I'enny. Tuesday, Aug. '5, and Continuing Days, Watches nnd jewelrv repnired nml the Jlrm of S. L. Powers A Co. and will of the prohibition question in Kansas is where omnibuses will convey passengers warranted. A. K. I'enny. add dry goods to their grocery stock. A Modern Progresive School, theabsoibingono in thnt Stnto now. to and from the grounds. . Tiik best place to buy driiKH, patent DibMiasED. Frank liepjiert, who was He hns had a good chance to observe the Depositions are being taken hero by medicineH nnd toilet article Is at A. It. I'euny'H. i U'lH. nn examiner in the pensiont btiremt.... nt workings of the law and very frankly J. it. Mount and the L. k N. railroad in Where your daitjhtr ni ill ntaught how v, become true wo jien, well thoroughly .. n. i n lstiv vnnr hcIiooI lirtriltH. Ink. tnli says he is far from being pleased with it, the suits he has brought in the Oldham mmiutcd in paper, pencils and no honl muml es of nil ' so much so that ho will vote against it Circuit Court for?i."),(K(0 damages for tho ,0 '0(hI " kinds from A. If. IVnny. Literature, Science, Art & Music. if it comes to that point. Injury of his boy and :?ir,000 for injury ' T.rtTuMMrN Pnllii.ritu ll.lll.iv hns for RLW C POi'E. President, Adirctt PERNAL POINTS. Tin: republican bosses, knowing that to his wife in the accident at Bardstown or Mr.. S. C. TIU'F.HKAKT, Mile Mime lots in the Miller Extension. Lady Principal, Col.. T. V. Mii.i.i:ii Is down with llnx. I louse nnd lot now occupied by W. II. they cannot elect a candidate for the leg- Junction last Christmas. Joseph Clore Millvrftbtirir, Ky 43 islature, are striving to curry favor with represents Mr. Mount nnd P. II. French Mit. John M. IIaii. went to ltichmond Miller; nlso No. horse nnd biipy. the prohibitionists by trying to make the railroad and the depositions are beTuesday. A vr.nv pleasant lawn party was given tho colored voters refrain from voting in ing taken down by stenographer J. It. Every day, and the promise, of the most Successful Miss Josik Fo.sTKit.of b'omurbut, is vis. Kxhibition ever held. 9 Inst niirht by Mis llelle Hutchison and the contest, but it wont work. A largo Holmes. Mrs. Mount is far from recoverittnj: friends here. ed from the accident, but tho boy ap- As the Administrator "f Hen Ruhardsnn, deed., Excetlent Track Splondid Grand Miss Doi.uk McKoiikiit is attending Mrs. C. J. Harris at Mrs. Harris' home number have already, unconditionally, I will expose m ilc .it his late residence, 4 miles Lat Howland. A number of the young and mostly unsolicited, promised to sup- pears to b- - improving. Stand. the Kirksvllle Fair. Kan of Stanford in the Crb Orchard pike, on port Mr. Wnrren and they cannot be Mitsch I'aiik, of Silver Creek, are vihit-- i people were present. W J, LYLC, President, A r.KiTiiucAN paper apologizing for 27II1, 1889, JNO M MEYER. Secretary controlled by the bosses in thntmntternt Colson not being in the army savs, "But the MirovsTraylor., 46 his three assistants absent, Dr. least. With All of the such Miis. Saiiaii Klki.v, of Albany, (!a., Owsley has he sheltered and fed soldiers of the Union c ofthe personal property Jools, deceased,Morse running the Lincoln tirnlture, iarliterPlows, is visltlnjj Mr. M. F. Klkin. Tin: is a great deal of sickness in town, and guided them to places of safety in Ac Sale to btKKi at 9 'i o'clock givery, $ied and Sale gtable National single nnd nloue this week and Terms cash fur sums under $10; oer that ant. Miih. J. It. HrmiA.v, of Lexington, is pre- time of danger." Whereat the on 3 months' time S. OWSIXY, Jr., lindiiighat he can do llux, malarial and typhoid fevers J. the stockholders 40 Administrate. dominating. Warren Hocker continues vifiitliiK' Mrs. Martha 1'axton. all the work himself, will probnbly Kentuckian sarcastically reMn. J. It. Mocst, of IjiGranjre, is Very ill with the latter disease and his marks: his jnlary nnd let him continue to "As Colson claims to have been his wife's relatives here. sister, Miss Jennie, has also been taken born in 1S(SL', he must have 'fed' soldiers Amendments to Articles oflncorporation do so. Mit. F. 0. Hkadv is vudtiniflihdniiKh Geer nlso hns it bv sharing his milk bottle with them Til i: boys showed their good feeling down with it. Harry or THE ter, Mrs. W. It. Venteh, in Iuisvllle. and it nt tho point of death, while Mrs. and 'guided' them hy the strength of for Pro). Hubbard Monday night by giv lus lungs. Cumberland Valley Land Co. Memiis. C. C a.nii M. C. Williams, of ing him a grand .serenade. The instru W. F. ltamsey, a son of John W. Wal Mt. Vernon, wore in this city Tuesdny. The undersigned shareholder flf the Cumber, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. ments used were not of the harmonious lace and several others are threatened. .VKW ADVERTISEMENTS. land Valley Land Company amend the said ComMk. .ltwKi'ii I'chklIt of Louisville, order, but what they lucked in melodv Mrs. T. It. Walton continues very ill and pany's Articles of Incorporation, heretofore filed LONDON, KY., for record August 1, 18S7, in the office ofthe clerk has been the uest of Mrs. Dr. C. A was made up in the monstrous method Mrs. A. A. McKinnoy has had a relapse. Good turnouts and always lor hire ofthe Lincoln County Court, haviny theretotorc on reasonable terms. saddle horsesthe most convenLondon is 305-- t Cox. X been duly acknnlcdgi'd, as follous' ient point on the railroad to reach places In the. , of making themselves musical. Biudley missed the train t The first and third Col. W. 0. Mi-- s lections of slid articles the mountain sction of the State. Iia AANAukin.i:. of llarrods-burp.. HEPOItT OP THE CONDITION 10 nre o amended as to include within the scope of in apis the yuest of Mrs-- II. J. Meltob-ertthe Compuny'soperatioiis, in addition to the coun Tiunic is yet no publiuly announced here Tuesday and consequeiilly his ' r THE ties of Harlan and Hell, the counties of Kr.ox, that rcpiiblitan candidate for the legislature pointment to speak at Whitley, Laurel, Clay, Perry, Letcher, Powell BANK, W nlfe, Ilreathitt, Lee, Leslie, Knolt, Magoffin, Joe SJ. Joni:s has Joined his wife, who and Mr. Gentry says if there is to.be night. The appointment was fixed for LINCOLN NATIONAL juuniun. .ujriin, .Murfcail, .mT.eite, llalll, -, KoWan, This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and is nt Ironton, nnd will he untie a couple he is not aware of it; certainly he is not the next night, however, and his second Klllott, Lawrence, lloyd, Carter, KlemminLew-IAT STANFORD, others not to trespass on our lands without per. Ureen, Owsley, Jackson, Floyd, Wayne, Cumattempt to reach the city was rewarded as all such will be pro.ecuted lo the full, of weeks. . a Candidate. He tells us that hu is nil- In tho Swtc r Kentu-Vberland. Pike. Pulaski. at ihe cloe jf nml Tin. mission, with better success. Ho was sutlering coin, in which said additional counties it shall bo est extent cf the law. Signed: July j, 1OS9. GconiiiA ami M m.hik Lewis, of Misls his colored friends to "hands oil" lawful for the said Company to transact its busi- T.J.HILL, GEO. D. HOPPER. Washington county, nre visiting Mrs. W. m the legislative race and let the demo. with vertigo nnd imt in condition to do ness of purchasing and beliins lands, the mimns M. McROBEItTS.JR. M.S. KAUOHMAk RUOfUCES. ' and sale of coal, iron and all other ores and min KOIIT McALISTER. himself justice, but says his party would Ijhint and dUcounu IIRUCE t II. Hlggins. 319,011 S5 eralsand the manufacture and sale jcrals ami prohibitionists it out, JS.H. of lutr.ber. S. H SHANKS. .... II Section 4 Is so amended .is thnt the capital ,707 7a FKuSd Laura while urging them to go up and vote for hear of no excuse and he proposed to Overdraft, secured nud M. Mir.i Mamik Johnston and MWNRV 1IAUGHMAN A.W.HOLMES. je.too co stock of said Company, instead of one hundred and f T" r.Es'v?,?V give them the best in his shop if he fell U. S. liondt to trcure circulation J"N' lVaxley are spending the week nt Drij- - Colson for treasurer. fifty thousand dollars, shall be one million dolDue from oppretcd rewrtr agents 04 lars, in shares of one hundred dollars each, which in his tracks. ping Springs. S, 736 50 said shares shall be Issued to the stockholders by Due Irom other National llstnki Many of their friends are not aware of certificates hen Jan has been paid or. each share Mil- Ki C. Uainim, our Logan's Creek 375 04 The wife of a leading prohibitionist Due from Slate ItinVs and Uankers thereof subscribed for, and the President and Secthe fact, but it is a fact all the same, that 7 300 00 reporter, will take in the Deeriug Cam) John S. Hughes. J. W. Alcorn and E. was here Wednesday with her ears near- Real ettate, furniture and fixture.. retary of said company are hereby authorized and 4 Current expenses and taxes paid directed to issue the stock accordingly. SAW MILL FOR SALE ! meeting Sunday. Witness our hands this 17th day of July, 18S9. T. Rochester have done time in the peni- ly torn out by the roots nnd carrying Premiums paid 4,mo 00 11. PenVincent Hokeinc, Miw. It. S. Lyti.i:, Mrs. Dr. W. 3,409 00 Also Irind riml Stock. tentiary. Capt. It. D. nnd P. F. Logan, bruises all over her body, which she Hills of other Usr.ki J. S. IIccker, ny and O. M. Coowr are spending a K. Hovn, by J. A. CitAFT, said weie indicted by the man who had fractional paper currency, nickels and of Itoyle, are also In the Mine boat and As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell A. Craft. J 55 jS cents nt Hnles Well. sacrifice 3 saw mills complete Ith 10 honeatereat bSilers I. W. Havdkn, all of them are going to the reunion of promised to love, cherish and protect Specie 3,300 00 V P. Walton, ....sine, 3 saw works, t ox log wae- Mil H. Gray IJovlkn, of Louisville, is the survivors of Gen. John II. Morgan's her. The cause of all tho cruelty and in- Legal tender note on 9,000 00 o.ird, spriii' waffJ 3, DINCHAM, 0 showing his good sense by visiting one command who, during the late war, humanity was that she find failed to put Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer, le. 1 mules, r hone. W. G. Welch, W K llAMMV. plete, and my farm of 560 acres of per cent, of circulation 2,2je 00 of Stanford's little beauties. 3 knob land well timbered. Will sell nnvit.lt. were contlncd in the jienitentiariea of some cucumbers in brine that he had John W. Fox, Jr., MART SMITH. ames V Fox. 4 Pit. Luc F. Hi trjiAN went to Islingt- Ohio and Pennsylvania. gathered for pickle. A suit for divorce Total $6,i6o 96 Maywood, Ky. LIAII1LITIES. on yesterday. Mrs. Huluuau is sjend-'nand alimony will likely result, but in $teo,oeo 00 the week nt Hale's Well. .it ltoi'T, a negro living on Mr. J. II. hopes that there may be a reconciliation Capital stock paid in Surplus Fund 3,000 00 Miller's fnrm, went down in Mr. Miller's we withhold names for the present. Dil ami Mrs. Mounts KvANslelt Undivided profits 9.76 93 State Ilaitlc Notes outtundin; for this Peering Camp Meeting, well for a bucket that had fallen in. Af45000 00 good many Stan- Individual deposits subject to check.... 143,046 43 A siiaiii'kii did up ter remaining in the water n few secwhere the doctor will be in charge. 10,66032 FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, I889. onds he became cramped nnd screamed ford people this week. His plan was to Due to other National Hanks Mil li It. Chcn'ai'lt, of Fort Scott, 7,335 E Due to State Hanks and ItanWrs busi- for help. Mr. Miller, who was near by, go to a housekeeper and by extravagant Notes and bills M. HUBBARD, A. 31., Kansas, is nt his old home here on 10,105 00 heard the cry and obtained a rope and representations of his Boston Steamed Fund to pay tax 3; 00 ness, nml reports all the folks well. would deliver hot and Excellent Hoardin3 Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction Mins Hei.i.k Ccioki:, of Huslonville, being an adept in hissooing he managed Corn, which ho Total 4jM6& Tf"uJ'yfT''ll1ne.d Teachers. given on application. I to throw it over the negro's head nnd reaily for eating, induce her to buy one OF KKNTl'CKY. STATE Fpent n couple of days with Mrs. G. II. j Count of Lincoln, pulled him out before any damage was or more ipiartH at 15 cents a quart. A I, Cooper mi her return from Nashville. Owsley, cathier of the ahoved namnd John good many agreed to purchase and the Dank, do solemnly swear that the above P. A. Pitman, the clever auctioneer, fs done him. It was a cloe call and Mr. it is true to the test nf inv knowledge und belief. again insisting S. I Powers i Co. and Miller says Ids complexion, usually as delivery look place next day, when JOHN It. OWSLEY, Cashier corn was Subscribed and sworn to before me this 33th day whenever he comes there is sure to be n black as the ace of spades, was as sallow turned out that his steamed r and he was scared nearly nothing more nor less than badly cooked of July, ilGsJNO J McROItr.ItTS.N. V. L C ns a big demand for printer's ink. hominy and in nn old coal oil barrel at Correct attest. Falcon is at Itock Castle Springs from out of his senses. S I. tstrrtv, 1 that. Several refused to pay after seeletDirectors which he is writing some readable On the Wing. Judge Stephen G. , J J S took in the majority, who ters. About 100 guests are now enjoy- Sharp, democratic candidate for State ing it, but he to put ing with him the delights of that modern treasurer, was in the county n couple of now feel like it is n poor business Is Receiving His confidence in man, especially strange Eden. dafi this week getting acquainted with men, with something to sell. Uur merMn. Ti'tK IIoo.vi: nnd his two brothers, our people nnd making votes. llesent chants have nearly everything an ordi- My New House on Main St., of the Somerset Hornet, were up with a night with that old demoought to want, and you Stanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr. W. II, the Waddle's. The tlrst named did the crat, Mr. Samuel lleid, and Wednesday nary mortal Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial HiRCins, Stanford, o. tome at Danville, Ky need run no risks whatever of being LOrriE N. HOLMES. 3, hallooing, while the other two did good went with a party composed of Misses played for n sucker. playing. Helen nnd Jennie Iteid and others to I Miss MiNNin Elliott, the very Crab Orchard. Itesides being popular MrniiKiiEi.Mr. KvnnS. Warren, who and accomplished music teacher of with the voters, the judge is decidedly a was a brother of Hon. H. C. Warren, I wish to sell my farm of f acres situated oa The tulle from pike the Kirksvllle Institute, spent Tuesday lady's man and can usually Ik found in was shot by a negro named Bcatty Wick-litr- e the LancasterKr.iss; twocomfortable Manfurd. of 4 dwelling a land Is all in rooms It situated upon it Will sell .it a bargain. night here en route homo fiom aftheir company, when not otherwise enat the Danville depot, Monday fuch as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat. 5KFs7' 1,SE7cure,, a" lIo?d li. A BENEDICT, Stanford. 41 gaged. He is a capital man and old Lin- ternoon and died that night at 10:."0. He ''ri"Jl Piottle. vS' IRON 111! 1 ERb Is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dnensla HA Wk print this as sent bv the little la- coln is going to do him proud. and the negro had had adilllculty in the WALLACE E. VARNON, it gives a keen appetite, enriches the hlod, regulates the liver and imparts new cnercy to the muscles and nervous system. Price $1 per bottle. dy herself: My cousins, Mamie Sibold, morning when the latter remarked that GATLIFK'S WORM SYRUP is made of the best worm killers and expellers known to A yoi'nii lady living some four miles Attorney at Law, ical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe nnd reliable. tlie medLaura Carter and I.'eo Bobbltt nro spendPrice 35 he would see him again. He was as ing the week with me. Your little friend, in the country started to town Tuesday good as his word as the following dying Stanford, Kentucky. GATLIFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, impaired Dgestion, Sick Headache. Ac Acts ns cathartic Price 35, cents per box. morning, and the weather being opLillie Peyton. declaration of Mr. Warren shows: Manufactured and jr sale to the trade by the Will practice n all the courts of this and E. Patruk, of Jnckson, is pressively hot, donned her pretty ligure Mil John C" unties and In the courts of appeal A half hour before his death he made & Sugg's drujf store, o in a loosely lltting Mother Hubbard, Ofuce oer McRoberts WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., making his periodical visit to our Ky. substantially tho following statement: the baso ball, she placed in nnd seems much more pleased am going to die. The 'I believe that I her buggy n suitable dress to attend in, with the work of the assistant postmascircumstance attending the shooting are 91 miles thethjrttst, hours quickest between but was greatly surprised on her arrival ter than of the head olllcial. as follows: I went to tho depot in the to tlud that the dies' had fallen here omnibus, got out and went into the la CITY AND VICINITY. New Orout. A boy was sent to ur t tho lost dies' waiting room. As I came out Bcatty garment, but nothing coilhl be seen or CitiKit Mills at T. Metealfs. Wickliue came out of the men's waiting . heard of it. Determined not to bo outroom and followed mo tothe south end of Entire Trains Run Through Without Change. Coal OilSiovesat Higgins & McKin- done, the young lady purchased a piece the platform, glaring at me, and with his of cloth similar to that of the dress lost, ncy's. THROUGH CAR SERVICE. pocket. As he came cutting nud right hand in his dk CO., cider, ginger immediately commenced -- Train N0.1, Pullman Ihudoir Biff, Lkmonadk, vSianipagne to me he began drawing his pistol. I et Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to Ntw Orleans bowing. Hy .'I o'clock she had completed up nt .(miner's. all as I tired, ale, Chattanooga to Shreveport. tired at him and he ran. Just KUSTONVIIiliE, KY. her dress and was among the first there. Train No. 5, Pullman Iloudolr RufTet Sleepirir Flout Murphy, both Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati to do any KirrrLKsnnd fruit jars of Is there another town in the State that Bob Mayho nud PiiKsnuvi.Nii Are still in the huslne'i and ready to lacksomillcand Knoxvillc. Sleepers St. LolIs colored, seized me, ono by each arm and thing In the UnderlikliiK lin. We have n full toNew Orleans via M. A; O. adonis such a girl? all kinds nt Thomas Metealfs. of all kinds nnd Rohei of Cases and wrist, and while they were still holding stock ..b.. .1. ..v!...... Caskets h,.ir. ... In.' Ic ,i. irlu Hu. Hr.o. IIarnch. Gen. Ijindram writes me Wicklitfe, who had run away out of new can be obtained on short notice Mr, J H. Condensed Schedule iu Effect March 31, 1880. Ski: our pine ami cedar ehlngles before Greon has charge ol cur business and will show your building. Sine it Mene- - us from Lancaster that ho thinks the sight, came back, and coming close to our goods to any one needing1 antiag in out covering niCA-X-l Hue. DOWN. UP. Louisville Post is mistaken in saying me shot mo several times."- fee. TRAINS NORTHT" TKAlN'i Minn tho record of Brother Haines service caused much exciteThe murder has Or- -' that No, 41. No. 2. No. 4. A mo hop will bo given at Crab ."SO. 5. 0. . , I0. 1, " ' No. 6. STATIONS. in the Mexican war is that "ho blew the ment in Danville and there is a question uauy. Daily. Lim. Daily. Dauy Daily Fast to which nil lovchard Springs 'Ex. Sun. Daily. Ex. I.I in, I.im. I.ini. F. Sun.1 Palls'. Daily. flfo witli gieat vigor." Ilrothcr Barnes as to whether tho negroes were holding A'rv 6 40 aim 64a pmiioasam 3 3 P m Cincinnati ers of daiielng aro invited. 17 a m, 4 03 pin, i 00 p mi 7 55 am L've v belonged to Capt. Stone's company from Mr. Warren as peacemakers or accom .Willi.imtown....L've 5 13 a m 8 30 a m m 5 47 P m 9 30 p m 9 53 jjpra Georgetown 4 10 a m 10 59 a m 7 ci p m 10 39 p ml ... J 34 a m U38 p m The Milledgeville jieoplo will bo treat Mtulison county that constituted part of plices. They had not been arrested at ill Lexington. 3 48 a m 4 5 Pm 7 00a m n 10 p m p in 7 35 p m to 5J p m 10 i$ a m Jo lfi'1 lLve....Lou. S. R. R Arr ed to eloquence by the legislative can- tho 1st Kentucky cavalry commanded by last accounts, tho authorities preferring .Lse. llurgin. Arr Saturday, afternoon, Col. Humphrey Marshal. In tho army to await the result of tho examining didates Ilurgin Arr J 55 a m 310pm 3 50 am 10 50 p m 8 wji pm 6 45 pm,i) wim 11 17 am Le the cavalry uso bugles and trumpets ex trial. Mr. Warren was a ' o'clock. a.pa m Danville..., beginning at -liUmfANT 5 3 ni p m l 50 pm fQpm.u 16 am' v City. nm '10 p m J 30 a in ) 18 a m 3 33 m 3 jo a m 1031 .Junction 45 0 10 jopm clusively, consequently there were no 9 it p m ., man and leaves many 3 0$ a ml 05 a in 00 p m somersei pm )t p m 8 30 a m too Thu L. i N. will run livo excursions drums nor fifes in tho regiment to which friends, who sincerely regret Ida untimeuakuaie., 2". am' 4 ijam 9 35 pm 11 ijam, m 650 p in 4 35 m 7 litiin 61011 in Ar v...Cnattanooca..l. v 0 jo- pm 7 jjaa m 4 06 a in in 00 pm to all points West on tlio following dates: Drb) Barnes belonged. All of Pro. ly taking oil'. He was conscious nearly o 10 a mi 7 00 p m ive.,.i.iiuianooga...tr 35 j 00 a m A ttaiU ....... 01 p ml 9 49 v m Ar'v, t 47 a m August fith and L'Oth, Sept. 10th and Barnes' comrades know ho was a "dan- up to the last and in response to his -- iXifS A l 4; p m III 4 J pm 1. vc... iMimiiijinam j 00 i III 300pm mid October Sth. For further in- dy," but that ho ever cheered tho sol- brother Dick's question, said ho would lilth .. uscaioosa 6oSpm 130am1 101a m luuopin.. II35PU1 445al, 'irv. Menu,.., formation deslieil address W. W. Penn, diers with tho music of a flfo before a like to talk with llev. Dr. Green. Ho was 6 30 a in 11 00 a m Ar'v...New Orleans. ..L've 4 Ij a m 3 35 p m .. Ar'v' ., gti 40 pm' Tniveling Pass, mid Ticket Agt., Junc- battle witli the Mexicans is only a myth. sent for and after praying with and for, 3 10 a in I.'ve....Meridian Jackson ......Ar'v ... lop ni 9 10 a m L've , tion City. 11 5 a m L've....Vicksburg Tho 1st Kentucky cavalry was in one him, had a very satisfactory talk on 4 go pm1,., H, 4 35 pm l. vc.,.,....iionfuc tioos a m 8 30 p Ar v.. ..nnrevrngri 600 a m Till: coloied baso ball club of this battlo only Buenn Vista, and Capt. spiritual matters. The funeral occurred LEXINGTON.KY. nlace, Gib Johnson, manager, will go to Stone's company did not reach tho bat- Wednesday at Danville, after n service Train No. a, Pullman lloudoir Iluflet Sleeping Cars, New Orleans to Cincinnati Shrcvcportto Chattanooga. i.t Winchester this morning nnd pluy the tlo field, although anxious to do so, un- by Dr. Greon, and was largely attended. .. j uiimannouuoir !,.... cl.A..ln rn nuut, mrnn, w. v.u. ril.,nn. .,u ri.: .. .tubiiiiMii. u.irua rain rso 0, team there this evening. Fifty dollars til the morning after the fight. It may Tho family, and especially Mr. R. C. Train No. 8, Pullman lloudoir and r iiffet Slei Ping Car Lhattanooga to Cincitiati nnd Sleepers Jack- r.. .. iroin rnoxviue to Cincinnati. tonville to Cincinnati, via W. .V A. ana will be made up out of tho gate money bo thnt Bro. Barnes performed on a fife Warren, whoso engagements must be HIANK V. WOOLLIA. lrav. Pass. Ajft., Lexington, Ky. and privnto subscriptions nnd awarded as a source of amusement, but fifes aro irksome to him under the circumsances, JOHN C.GAULT, General Manager, Cincinnati D. G. EDWARDS, Gen'l Pass, and Tkt. Agt, ,Ohio, unknown In the cavnlry tervice. have tho hearty sympathy of everybody. to tho successful club. ly I'ai.ntciw nru nt work on tlii depot. Coolers mid ice-crea- freezers nt Thos. I Juikib Durham Ib s&itotice.: 'mr -- 1 jnsftssiieeBtpalKentBoky Fair to-da- DANVILLE, I ui-H- I 1 - 1 ''(,,rt' 1 Trotting1 Hacos Administrator's Sal Saturday, July 1 ... " m lu-e- m m - Hop-kinsvil- m . s. POSTED. s, y, Kock-.isiI- vi-i- ng I fl.-h- . i-- m B few-day- s -.- .- ....,t 1 I 5S-- g Wed-iluwln- y 11 Stanford Female College Mo (Co J. President. 11 IWPJLlElYo dirt-eate- .. OiVM-EY- MERCHANTTAILOR SUMMER TOE SALE. For Salo 3 i SPRING AND GOODS.1 rock-ribbe- d hand-eoin- u n The Great Remedies! llfe. Camp-bvllsill- e. adjoin-I1- B I post-olllc- Williamsburg, 11 1 Ciiiciimati and leans. " J. T. STTTTOIT Sotith-Ilcun- ice-col- m , v K I TilS-A.!- ) I t, I warm-hearte- whole-soule- d j A I STsumJ CREAM I f 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 , , J ftotfli I ik,. . 111 North-Houn- 9 1 1 .. .'!' ;ii - "Ski J. , ti&L s . 1 .', .. . & ' ' r - . -i- inwnrnwijiiiM "T$T" mii sMatea "' ' f .i-- . ""J"' ., it m-ir- ej gj .. u p.fvlOttflapiW "MMN s&r iMi iwixwiii lii io- - wM i - uniMiAfci .. M.ti'aiflAiJLiayj Semi-Week- ly in its different landings, 10,000 persons. iiomeoinKer. Missouri is the only State in the Union The Lost Sheep. A couple of Texas in which n price is put upon the head of sheep raisers being in Austin went to ORDER FOR ELECTION. nrat. church. On emerging from the sacred The wealth of Frederick Douglass, edifice one of them said: Whereas, a vacancy hawn? occurred in the office of School Commissioner for Lincoln county, United States Minister to Hnyti, is esti"I sav, Bill, that preacher was hitting caused by the death of J. A. Iloslc, it is therefore mated at $300,000. at us."" ordered by the court that the Sheriff of Lincoln county be and he is hereby commanded to cause Gnzzatn "So young Briggs has taken "You bet he was. He didn't talk about an election to be held in said county on the lirsl Monday in August, 1839, to fill the vacancy in a partner for life, has he?" nothing except lost sheep. Got yer pissaid oflice. Fangle ''No; not exactly for life. He tol?" replied the other. Said election is to be held by the officers appointed to hold the regular election in said county on married a Chicago girl." "Why, certainly." said day and in all respects be cotiducted iu the Johnny has been carefully raised, anysame manlier as the regular election; and the "Then lets wait here till he comes out, sheriff is directed to give notice of the same bv body could pee that. One day he sat upand give him a chance to explain what advertisements posted at the door and at the places of voting in sain county and hy pub- on his father's knee in a crowded street he meant hy them personal remarks." lication in the Interior Journal, a neuspaper pubcar. A lady entered. "Madame," he Texas Siftings. G n COOPER, lished in Stanford, Ky. Clerk Lincoln County Court. said, as he rose to his feet, "take my 43 A L.i'ou.ni.K Emioii. One of the oddseat. est typographical errors ever made in A big piece of ice in a tub of water was in a book published by the will lower the temperature of your room rirni of Crocker & Urewster, which has lo degrees. Ex. Iu this locality, with E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor ice .1 cents a pound, to indulge iu such just been brought to public attention by extrfvagance would lower a man's bank the death of Mr. Ilrewstur. It was in one of the sermons of Dr. Nathaniel Emaccount to a still greater degree. No Hotel in Kentucky hat a biter repmation, mons, the meat orthodox divine. The and its proprietor is determlnt.2 tint The thickest octavo volume in the shall be maintained. world has jut been published. It is the doctor quoted the Scripture text, "Cut thy new edition of "Whitaker's Reference him down. Why cuinbereth he He has recently added to its appointments ground'.'" Tin- - intelligent compositCatalogues of English Literature." The the book weighs 12 pounds and measures 11 or put it iu type, "Cut him down, like a cucumber, to the ground." Boston Hut- inches in thickness. Also 1. The largest bodv of fresh water on the A First-Clas- s Livery Stable globe is Lake Superior. It is 400 miles A Great Max. Judge Itobert Boyd, To accommoda'e the demands af his increased long, 100 miles wide at its greatest of London, Laurel county, is a h transient patrnr.ace, I'.ct Turnouts furnished anil has nn area of .'12,000 square tions individual, who is ignorant uf that Commercial Travelers and others. miles. Its mean depth is said to be 200 provision of our laws which grants libor- SAT-llS-a feet and its greatest about !00 fathoms, 'ty, not liccne, to the press. He iccent- VV al- ly procured the indictment of Mr. Its suiface is (K13 feet above the sea. of the Ixtehiois Joiiinal, for an al pre-- , ton, On one occasion a lady '89. senteda check which she called and wished cashed. h'g'd libel, and, not content with that, $5, 00 Hoard from" June to July i, per week As she was a perfect (stranger to the pay-- , has served notice upon A. U. Dyche, oilCottage Runt from Juno to July i.per week i 50 Mountain Echo, published at "Madaiii, ' tor oi t ing teller he said politeiy: Iloartt per week after July 6 00 "to keep his name out of the you will have to bring Bomeoiieto Intro-Cottage Kent perjeek after u1y 50 Single Meal cash this Echo." Erankfoit Capital. 50 iluce you before we can Horses well cared for, per weok 3 00 . BucklenTArnica Salve. . , , , ., Everybody cordially invitd to lsit ut enrly chttck-"urawnig nerseii up qime iiaugiiuiy in the season and get advantage of the icduccd ineueti saiciu thc worid for cul. brulte. she said, fieezmgly: "But I (loil't want sores ulcers, salt rueuni, fever wores.ictter.chap-tichlllOllrates. Respectfully, A. L. SPOONWMORh, every style and finish known to the trade. Race and I'rotting Equipments a specialty No. jj East Main Street, LEXINGTON, Ky. court-house .. c.......l.....l..H. r. rt r...ll.l.i. .r ti..t.t: Rev. R. B. Mahony will preach for subject to the Democratic Primary Lice .Suit-tin- y Dr. Hvntis nt tho Methodist clitirch be held in October. "" ' Publlehod Evory Tuesday and Friday niornfnp;. Containing six gn.,( room", situated on Main sf W. L. DAWSON Parson Tnlmage has not lost his presAT opposite Stvnford Female College, Apply to attracted tige MRS. nuoii ki:in. 4J Is a Candidate for Jnilcr of Lincoln County, sub. 82PKR YJCAR,iy ADVANCE crowdasof nn oxliorter. Ho on Sunday,n ject to the action of the Democracy. 20,000 Indianians "When not 10 32.60 will be charged." mid is westward soaring his star of em Sails, Shingles and Shoes For Sale, P. pire, expecting to go as far as Oregon. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. It a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, tub .T'n. Thousand Flat Knilt acd 10,000 Poplar llro. Karnes sends Sister Rose RichShingles. Ject to tho action of the Democracy. leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning ards this programme for the next two Train I ha on hand Men's, Women's Ml.r' and at aijo p.m. Children Shoes, made In Alter, KorwiM-- t & Co. weeks: Carlisle, July 25th; --'0th, Owings-villand Mundelle, which I will sell m the wry lowest SAM M. prices I hae Ixnujht them nnd they must be L. & N. LOCAL TIMECARD. 27th, Catlettsburg; 2Sth and 2Uth, Is a Candidate for rc.eltctun n Jailer of Lincoln told My slock is lumplete and thute who want Ashland; HOtli, Ureeniijij olst, Mays-villcounty, sublect 10 the ailion of tue Democratic b.trnjint can get them by oiling, t mn.iu bim- Mail train going North ...13 Jipm W C llVll.bV. Turnertville. party. Day- South.... Aug. 1, Augusta and 2d-431pm Express train " South ...nj7pm ton, Ky. North .......J 17 a m Local Freight North .6 30 a m G. S. The production of pig iron in the South- dm The latter trams also carry passengers. first six months of 18S0 amounted to 4,- It a Candidate for Jailer of Line 'In county, subject ta the a. lion of the De no. r iti- party The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar 107.&W net tons of 2,000 pounds. This LONDON, KENTUCKY, Prohibition holds its own remarkablv time it about ao minutes fatter is greater by over 100,000 tons well in Kansas. amount CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR In ev England and N. than ever before produced hi the patne iu Western States most largely settled by Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished, length of time in the history of the.Auier-lea- n Xew England people it is pretty well Is a Candidate for Shentt, subject to the action of clats Fare and Reasonable Pr11.es. Day ami First night Lincoln Couutv nomocracy the trade. Tninsatc met by l'ohte Toners ot this I'opular petered out. But in Kansas the prohibiHoue. JOj-t- l. A Daptist church at Wolverhnmton, tion policy, which has been iu force D. in order to provide amusement and rec- some time, is still strongly sustained by Is a Candidate for 1825. reation for the parish, has built a billiard public sentiment. The statement is subject to the action Assessor of Lincoln County, of the Democracy. smoking-rooback of its chapel and made, after a thorough canvass of the and ev ipicbtion, that upon an issue the policy a bar for the sale of MISS IJOGL.E On Dwellings, Household furniture, St res, Met erything to be under the control of the ...Mil.) 1... o... ., !.., I I.I. full., lll.l iVtll ..... Clnj,d.,te ,0 fi(l , her father's term at nv,imm.nU,,,w,luUJIU, .w,v chandisv, A,.., apply to the ",J government of the church. jority of the voters of tho State. This is School Coiumitiioncr. and resnectfullv asks the Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. Sam Jouesnnd Sam Small nre going doubtless an exaggeration, but it cannot support of the voters of Lincoln county to take the stump for prohibition in he denied that prohibition has taken a I.ilhlnini; clautcs alt hed and dama;e pnld IV. whether file enmes or imi, South Dakota at so much per speech. strong hold in Kansas. Ex. Perhaps (8 f.O II 1; Hlt 1 AKent. Is an Independent Candidate fnr S.hool Superin The Su Paul Globe is of the opinion that the reason is found in Senator Ing.ills' tendent of Lincoln Cminty if they can bring the temperance cause response to the inquiry, "How does prointo disrepute with the same dispatch hibition work in your Suite"'" "First-rate,- " M. anil promptness that marked their career said he "the prohibitionists have Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, iu the religious field, they will succeed the law and the boys the whisky." subject to the action uf the Democratic party. M Dec. ion August, iSgj. in securing a solid vote against the How Loxo to Slekp. Up to the 15th Tbit powder nev ervanes. A marvel purity, amendment. I strength and wholevomenes. More economical On the 4th anniversary of his pasto- year most young people require 10 511 Fourth Aienue, than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold ill competition with the multitude of low ten, short rate of the 221 and Walnut street Bap- hours, and till the 20th year ! hours. weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in - tist church, Louisville, Rev. Fred 1). After that age everyone finds out how cant. IIOYAL DAKINO POWDER CO., 8 All persons Inouinz themselves to be Indebted 10S Wall street. New York. Hale reported that in that time in con much he or she requires, though as a to M. I. Richards, cither for 500 J 1 or seasons of nection with his evangelical work he general rule tit least six Or eight hours I' colts, willsavr trouble by settling same wttli JamesFrve as 1 have put them in his nands for settle,m ;4 had received 2.3S9peopleintothechurch, ure necessary. Eight hours sleep will m('nl l lCHARDb MT. VERNON. KY. more than 1,000 of whom joined the 22d prevent more uervous derangements in DENTIST. ThisolJ ind welUlnown Hotel is still maintiin S. O. DAVIS, and Walnut. During the last 12 months women than anv medicine can cure. log its fine reputation. Chsrjei ressumblc. SpeOffice on Lancaster street, opposite he held short protracted meetings nt va During growth there must be ample pHYSI0IAN AND SURGEON, cial aitcmion to the tratehn public Stanford, Ky. rious points, which resulted in 005 nddi sleep if the brain is to develop to its full .il. P. NKWCOMI1, Prop., M.T. VKRXQy, J. V. Ml. Vernon, Ky, extent, anil the more nervous, excitable , tions to the Baptist membership. B. or precocious a child is, the longer sleep Office nest door to Whitehead's Drue Store, With The possessions of Trinity Church, in should it gut if its intellectual progress Special attention ctven to diseases of children H. M. D., Xew York, foots up $140,000,000. is not to como to a premature standstill, J 1??'tf' & - ito lift. nt nil v...... nt... ..itt o..-,- . ... STANFORD, KY. The Eiffel tower is capable of holding, fit- ...-- . ..... vi.v cltrkrt ... .... ..tlrli- ..,.. Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in Interior Journal CHURCH AFFAIRS. j e; th, The services of Prof. Jno. D. Epos, us associate Professor of I.an- guages in Centre College, have been cured for the next session. Mr. Epes i" an A. B. graduate of Randolph Macon College, a., and has had extensive experience as 11 teacher in Virginia and other States. Ike Dunn has bought the G. Bright farm, iu Garrard county, consisting of 1SS acres, for about $8,000 and will get possession about January 1st, lS'.H). A. G. Whitley bought of Thomas Wood 100 stock ewes at $4. Banfonl Bros, have sold their crop of wheat to Anderson t Funk at 75 cts. A daily edition of the Advocate wilt be published during the Fair, which begins Aug. (1. Advocate. Danvim.r. W. F. McCLARY For Rent or Sal. a a o p t Ilaiidsoiiic'NcwgCottnKC, H OTIS NEWLAND OWENS Sra sVMsKA?Hsl A- - f --H aa 3 p 1 o c CI M --I P p p 'I CARPENTER MENEFEE JACKSON HOUSE. ROYAI J. ISP mm f HOC p I s; a u ' 55 ?8 2' 5' 3- - E. KENNEDY -- ... ,a KATE Established FOB, INSIjiRAlTCE a rWsEsasssssssssssssssi J. tl ' s sM p F. NILES "go 1 H . P. a 1 POWDER Absolutely Puro F. Ilrluklcy WOOD WALLA6E, nssssssssflNsssljwAU!s'J HmHBsKja.SVjs06' J. P rf 2 (9 tf ? a . p or n l . e to iSV Settle With James Fryc. Men's Outfitter WM. ADAMS & SON, 4t Louisville, Kentucky. IIK()IVAV, LEXINGTON, - KY. NEWCOMB HOTEL. court-hous- e it-i- , H. WILSON, Sj-tt- . e A1TTEH' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s m THOMPSON BOYD, 0. M'llOBERTS. t- - HARRY A. EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STAN KOR l), KY Engineering: and Surveying; in all branches. Otrkeon t.aucister Street, oppiitite Curt Hsuir Hating removed this nlue (rom Liberty, to practice his profession, calls the ol the puh lie to the fact that he ill br ready at all hours 1st or niirhttn answer calls in town or rountry. Thirty years of his tile were spent in Stanford and he deems it unnecessary to spcaW ot his ability ss puysitian shu .unfeun a inircui ins pairoo-ag- e oi the people of Stanford and vicinity is ask sd by uim. j tl .in J I I I I ' , C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, TANKORI). KV WWIi drilled to order and Pumps furnished at factory prices. ) N HOSI.TEIX-fRflSlA- 11V UU, J THE MYERS HOUSE Cnptnin Aajjjic Wayne No II. Ilo-t- on f. II II Pool and Billiard Parlors wilkand bailer thai, am other i.re.dand asmuih, sutii as oh1 bef. the) ill mil Uii In retain their W. II Ml LlHt. Iwd In popular fas in-base fur sale tooliur regi.tercJ H 'tcii-sian bull al es and one it&' heifer al' I is Will It permitted to srte a f uiwi at my its-li- le en Lancaster pike in suhuibs of tanfitrd. at Throo Oullnrit by the aeiiHOti, nnd a (, ui Uftt, itw d 50em in Miit piiviUe ot jiv.m, pyMr In cow breeding till the sance.Mith ihc prnves to be uh . .si f 1 tils you ll is not ualy ol tue er best, ni breeding, but is inJitiduail) a ei) tutsmii am- mat in parti' ular lie u til nsi tail lopn-rfuc- e ' milk ce ul Ins hirseet cscrllence itoth his nedieirc nutl his indisidiulits juarniec this ' ujiile ha.e tor .etcral The Hot.tein-frcisiH- n siia.UKS taken the lead in the hlnoded cattl mark ut bj comsswis4jiii( undr ih hamintr lite highest M Q prices, ami has iliK' the capa. ily t. pro.lu e more I vvr, ery It is more fatal to chickens than dl "thcr diseases combined. Hut the JiScovery ol u remeay tnat fsitk'tlj itret it ha been made, and to be of its efficacy only rcimrcs a 'rial joccnts bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guar, .tnteed If, after using of bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken '"h.j'cra. return it to the undei signed inl tour money will be refunded. Kr hv sle McRn!rts.V Stsgit, Stanferd :r.i. con-vinccd v two-thirds Thousands of dolLirs worth of :hickcns die every year from Choi If n O ft tnf U nTI Iflllf OLrllLr ttl tllV V UI 11 s I V- Inila ROUTE "JiL,L'K C.li.Vt.S UOUTlc- THE SHORTEST AND I t rn bump-breadt- W II Ml 1.1 QUICKEST I StanforJ Ky. It, r ui CENTRAL KENTUCKY S 1 iELL. j fcrJ I. :iV.-,V-, .11. UllL'CE, AND Season Opens June i, I 1 1 SALS FEES STABLS, rj .trra STANIUllD, K. ) FAST LINK & No I HETWEKN LEXINGTON SI'KCIAL ATTKNTIONt. COMMKItCIAI. travelers Horses anil iniilra oiiKht ml .U. Only tirt-cla- s. hcr-e- s CINCINNATI. MAY No. 4. Daily b 5 1 JiCIIKlJULI. IN HHI.LT South Hound I.ve Cinrmnati l.ve C'ovmgion Arr l'aris Arr l.esingtnn T7 I.ve Parish Arr Wincbestr.. Arr Itichmnnd. Air Lancaster.. . Arr htanford.. .. I.ve Kkhmond Arr llcrea Arr l.esingtnn.... North-llouiiil. , nid ctu 'e i.s n, AIo jjent for th Ii.cn ! Su Kx Ssin. SliT" el ,8. WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO. i il 26-t- f P O. Address, .Stanford, Ky. THE GrALT HOUSE, skin erup-- . . tions ana positively cures piles, or no pay rcquir- -.- 1. 0. Wilkersou and Miss Ida Swee icd- K'V ken, or money retqnded. Price S Iiey, Of Caey, eloped to Jefferson Ville Kor sale by A. R. Penny. Stanford, Ky. to know vou, sir'." , 1 Dispatch. i"d hands, chjltMtT' corns and all I.ve Kalmvuth.. iu a m 8 o am 9 41 11 m "'ifJ ""'" entser Ind , tllaa Old Ky. Route N N. A M Co E U Sulid Vein! uleil Trains to !: II M " 1 " f is a I1 11 am ij wio aj 11 i9 y p ml J it 09 p m 1 1 p m p m J so p m p m J" I' m p P". in i w! 4 ' an! were maiiietl. Mrs. J. J. YcNcr, of Danville, has re ceiveil a telegram statin: that her nujih- ,. . THE LARGEST AND FINEST ew, j. u tjaiuweii, n native oift uiaicounty, mill a SOU of the latU J. Will. Calll" HOTEL IN THE CITY. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. i - The Verdict Unanimous. at " ffcej lsa tisnt ,oM ha, pven relc, ,n ev. cry case. One man took six bottles and was cured o( ,0 of standm Abraham rem,(Jj.. IV. D. Suit, druK.Mst, llippus, fkrt ivvviitiiiciiw PI'ts-- I sihii raifSfimmiinil 4ivtiiiw liitfasrsl ihsivi testifies: 'I Eer). bolte tri Only one Night out to New York. .. I' p m ., 4 ao p m .., s V rw ... 4$ V W,.. J P IH... S X' P IHl... i jo Mi 5 A 7 J si in Mt p m m N. 111 No. 1. RATES S2.50 TO S4- - PER DAY. ACCORD- ING TO ROOMS. well, had been shot nnd street in Mexico, Texas. the corner near where ho aild 8llOt hilU through tllUCfi. ,,llumam killed on the ""' ", ' ,,",",, I,e"e""e A man turned my ao sellingdrT"' ever handled was stnndmj: ..cat,, )erlwicc Electric Hitlers " Thousands the head five ofutliarshase added their testimony, so that th i '0.5. "r fed rra TURKISH RUSSIAN 11ATHS IN HOTEL. R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCESSOR TO M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, 6ll 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Stock of Ever brought to the cuv of Louisville, including the H A T S9 ' now open KHOX fit JOHN D. STETSON & CO'S. HATS Andnlsomy own imnottation of Hnilish lists nnd Oiii . An elcjam lm n Canes and Lyon's Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand Klne SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, and other 1'iirs, n specialty. Orders out aldoof city solicited, perfect sntisfactior guarau-Pou'tiail to order a .VODI'V HAT 2 ty ' ThC Pride Of Woman, " Norfolk 00 clear pearly and transparent skin u always a sign of pure blood, and all persons troubled with dark, greasy, jellow or blot'. lied skin can rest a- -I Tor biliousness, sick headache, indigestion and Returning, fa.t V,ibul0,l rrom New Vork and sured that their blood is out of order. A few doses all cw.t.m point arrives at Winche.tcr constipation take Dr. J'lercc's Pellets. P in of lieges' Illood PuufiVr & Wood Maker will reand I.rU,ton a 47 P ... Fast mnil' rmu mote the cuuse and the skin will become clear and ... ;. IluiiiingKiii and all points east arrives Winch- et. nuu .r a.uuMtii:iiim is not. i. ty You Cannot Afford lluii.uaicHi ,'.. 11, KII1 it will cost you nothing. It ia fully warranted. A e without a re, K. Penny, Drugzist. "f ne M ''' IrnMa diarrhoea balsam in the house, as cramp.- colic, itiarrhovu isnd all inllammatioH of the stum- It is customary for all our people to turn out LV.ll ?&n- n achabdbo.oU ure exceedingly dangerous If not when n circus comes to town. It is also cuitoiaa-r- y 7 inchester 6 an. attended to at once. Ono beltlo ef lieges' for nil who have ever tried Gauter's chicken jHeP2nh,a,nallNo-'.1U,I,'of Jdlico, Lily t'ur ticket ami liiforitaation wriierir ayivly tu liruea Dalsam will do mare good in cases of thc cholera cure to recommend it to their ueighbtrt. Nut Coal In my yard. Leave your orders at (5 W. IIARNKV, Ticket ardors. S Mjers' atoru aud they will beattond- - SA- IIROM IIP.UO. Trnr Pass. At..Vgciu. kind tlun anyher medicine en earth. IVeguar-teed- . It is soM en the plan uf "no cure, no pay." by ed to promptly J. 11. IIIGG1.VS. L MURPin.Gcn'l lnss Apt. McKohertc A.Stajfe. atitec It. A K. lVnny, OruKSKI 03 Starford, Ky jdV P., Lexiivt.m, Ky J D A 11 i 1 11 Kissed Another Man's NYlfe. "Vou scoundrel"' yelled young Jacob Green, At hl4 goi neighbor, Drown "You kissed my wife upon the street, I ought to knock you down I" ' Tlut'swlnre you're wrong," good Drown replied In accents mild and meek; , "I kissed her that I've not denied ISutklsiud boron the check; And I did ithecausekhe looked so handsome, the very picture of beauty und health. What is the secret of It? "Well," replied Green, "since you ask it I will tell jou. She uses Dr. l'icrce's Va- vorite Prescription. I accept your iOi.'y niKlit." I'morite I'tescriptioii Is the only remedy for the delicate derangements and weaknesses of lemales, told by drugsists, under a positive guar- - j antcc of giving satisfaction in every ense, or mon ky pafd for It returned. Gc-o- d , J Hitters do euro nil difeases of the Liter, Kidneys or Illood. Only druj store. half dollar a bottle at A It m m ucrdiotii unanimoas that Klectric j ,, Is onsumption Incurable ? Itenil the following: Mr C II. Morris, New. of ark, Ark., says: "Was down with Ahsce the Luns, nnd friends and physicians pronounc ed me me nn Incurable consumptive Ilean taking Dr. Kini;' New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle and utile to ov crsee the work or my farm. It is the fiuoat medicine ever made.' Jesse .Middleware Decatur. Ohio, s.ivs: "Had It not been for Dr Kind's New Discovery for Consumption I would have died of Lun(; Troubles. Was given up by doctors Am now In the best of health " Sample bottles free at h, r'cnny'a drugstore I.ve Livingston., 5 os am Lve llerea 10 aj a m ArrKichmond... n 4 a Lve StHfonlr 7 00 a in Passing all the famous Vlntuna Springs by day. Lve Lancaster . . in , Point Cumfuri and the Arr linht and arriving at Klchmond. 9 11 a m Scu Shore the next alternouii I.ve AiLhmonil... 6 10 a in sOp Timu Card in I'ffect July i, 1M9 Arr Wiuchester i 3" l "", 7 l a in Arr Paris p in 7 4I am 4 10 ""I Lve I.exluiton Pais 3 45 Fasaill'.istVu i m 7 00 a mi 3 45 p m flatlv i:astvaiid. llU Sun Kxtirafts.l EanrmkS' Lve Pans 5J a J 5 V m 15 I" in Lve ralmnuth Dally Daily 5 jo p m 913 a m j 07 p m Arr Covington. 6 13 P m 10 3 a in 7 ae p m I.ve Stanford.. Arr Cincinnati o 43 p 111I10 15 a m 7 3Jp m " Lexington 11 45 am ft 10 pm 7 .learn " Winchester It 35 pm b sS pm( t iu am a,Ca!,'lVvillellraHCh'Xo9',eav" ' V. JunctioH ., I oj pi " K. " Mt. Sterling I Ij pm 7 40 pml t 31 nm .iasviiic at 10 s. a m " Preston 1 oj mi ''3;'."iviIgn,atPa0r;, 0 ai.un iVVn.U,v,"a,i ,0H,B, " Morehead 1 10 tun i 4 pm 10 as. am amiL. .N? at 10 an" Olive Hill 1 us nm es am dal.v'eVe' " T'" are " AsliUml 6 oj pm 10 40 pm , . HiMini 19 pm ,f.. n ao pn to 3J pml uaiiiuiiftBiirg 45 pm NO. .. . leat'ttti l.livinln., . .. .... . Ij jo pin ia su am " llUIIIIHf IS)1 """ """M ' aM j 15 pin .04 j am; except Sunday Arr White Sulphur .. 6 ia im 10 3 pm Washington, Philadoiphia, Baltlmoro, rlow York, 1 . 111 I 111 . . '" i 1 1 1 A fii '' ' 1 " " " " " Clurlnitville... " Washington. " lUltimar 11 -- PhiUdclplila New Vork Richmond, Va,. OldPoiniComforl ::x iw am 4 a 30 pini 8 3 15 pm 9 6 J5 pm 11 9 ao pm 3 40 pm I J 0$ pm 11 8 35 pm it 05 am 10 am ' nm 7 Jo am nail tetiSuK5 'S """""'"--o.,0.7 halves I ulmouth 00 am; pm C ' h 05 uin 30 am aopm mouth Cincinnati" I 30 a m arrives Fal111. Sunday only No. J3 leaves I'.ilmoolll tc 11 m; arrives Cln' ' cinnalisijp,,,. Sunday onlv-I rain Notes: No 1 runs ilallv l.ii,. . ton mnl Cincinnati. No , , vVu leaves N3 ifijui 7 55 am; except Sundav arrives Cincln. Cincinnati. and . v. lor point1nnk.1l No l I.iii,.ir,,i ......... V V C ;'; ".? att 5f gd at and depart from tl IIktant tT" H-- . 1I.1. Sr.l, rf' 1i,uVi,,s,on' "rrllc 'i.1'?' 'V ' W'"''tr ','' Attention, Co.il Ilurncrs. Diar-Olov- nine, - t.f.a 1 "ZfalZ ., Uyi .., 'i'u:,ueiieml C Co. Tr,v;ll,.-fA,,.,,a;.- . VlUlt.rO Manager. GKNKRAL OFFICESChamber of Commerce Dmldiug, Cincinnati, O. -, . X rt - . ' ,y ... s r . fu . T ,