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A Note of Warning. after n careful Tlio Coiirior-JoiiriuiBiirvey of the field, hhvh then- nroHerioiw npiirt'lit'tision of tliu rurisilt of KrounilB of tho election for ensure r, wnl If tlio democratic party in to In- - suvetl from a luuniliatinMlefeat, It iiiiixt lie done by securing a full democratic vote. Lot nil other coiirtideriitioiin but that of democratic Micee8 be at once put aside. The one inane now in that of party ascendency. Tlio republicans nro bending every energy and lining uveiy mcnim at their disposal to eoiupaM the defeat of Capt. Sharp, a gentleman of hih eliur.ic-to- r and uiuiucstioiisjd integrity. Patronage, proudHes and inouoy am hein poured out lavishly, and a Btlll hunt is beltiK made with confident expectation l, 1 1 Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, JULY 30, 4889. NO. 49. Coleon and is UrmlleyV Willson, Tho MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 'SQUIRE JOHN BAILEY Kver since Miss Hose Richards taught music in an Institute at.Iackson, IJreath-- j t. itt county, a handsome young lawyer, ' John K. Patrick, U., by name, has been making periodical visits here to see her. At tlrst they were thought to be nothing more than friendly visits, but those who take cognizance of such matters finally saw that there was poinething up, tho' .. . ... II t l t I... I I ineir i..- l.r..n..,.. .1 ..!.,. ,1... I....1. ii".e.ueu .!.., rem uesians so wen mt il w;w nct,ul,,V wlortod that Miss people of Kentuckv nnd our brethren Manford were ' "J"1 n We'owe it to ourselves of the South. tliorc oro l Aln "liirr ""J-- ' to our State, to every name sacred to us ve'' '"uchHurpnse, last Thursday night to defeat the machinations of these men '-' M,r- - ,' and to re.lucm the llimiirinl Cr.IIt of thu t0 ,car" th; ? w,w ,eft lt to hr. I""1 'l,,iotl-ol,ni State from the distrust Involved in the a huvvy, and i.roceod.n at once very mention of Colson's name for Uon to buxMster, hud been made husband treasurer, by an ovei whelming majority Of HUCCOHN. and wife. The ceremony occurred nt DemocnitH owe it to tlieiiuelve, to for Sharp. s, W. K. a cousin of the bride, Democrats you have been warned in Mr. their party, anil to our faithful governor, and was solemnized by Hev. Mr. Frank. to see that the election of Mr. bharp i time; do your duty They did not return to Stanford, but put beyond intention. The dishonesty took the train next morning for their CRAB ORCHARD of Mr. Tnto in not to be denied. Tlio rehome. The secrecy attending the allair publicans are. making all they can of the Very heavy rain storm Friday night. was ovcaisoned by no objection of Capt betraynl of his trust by an olllcerm) honIt. II. Uronaugh's baby is very low and Mrs. Richards to Mr. Patrick, for la-i-s ored by the democratic party. The ex- with brain trouble from teething. a most excellent gentleman and worposure of Mr. Tate, the Investigation of While Hicycling is coming to the thy of the good wife Miss Rose w ill mnke his olllce, and the reorganization of the front its an amusement the C. 0. boys him, but because of their strong opposidepartment liavu been the work of dem- are not backward in this line, but don tion to their daughter marrying anyone. ocratic otl'ccrw. Throughout thu whole their tights and stockings and skimming mo uiuiiKNi me wuriii anu an oi ner nlhiir Governor Uuckner conducted him-Bo- along the thoroughfares look like, as a un,j u trj,.,i from iu,r V011tM t0 n,tjii in n manner to command the contl-dom- e little fellow who had not seen such a m ht.r ,jn,i .,0 f)lct tnut ie 01l,)lt not of the people, to maintain the thing before said, "on roller stilts." to marry anybody. For this reason she public credit, and to place our llnances Johnnie Ruchauan is home fioin didn't have the heart to tell them of her in such n condition that, notwithstandl)iiisville on it visit. We suppo-- e he intention, but preferred to take tho ing tlio defalcation, the name of the has been playing the "devil" in the course she adopted. While all of tw re State would ho untarnished, and the in- Times oilice mid will soon blossom into gret very much to have Miss Rose leave would be pro- n llrst-clas- s terest of the editor from this "roll." It. us, for she is a most lovable and popular tected. S. Knowles, of Smith's Grove, Ky., was girl, her friends are pleased to know she For more than '20 years the democratic here Friday looking up lumber for the has chosen so wisely and become the party luw been in charge of the State af. LAN. It. It. Mr. Livingston is at his bride of one so worthy of her. Mr. Pat- fairs of Kentucky. Dining that period father-in-law'Dr. Doores, teaching that rick is a rising young barrister, of excel-bab- y there has lovti hut one man who has more Dutch. Handsome Joe Brooks lent standing, and is it thorough chris-i- s proven himself unworthy of the confihere resting the hot days away, to the tian geiitleinau. Everybody who knows dence reposed in him. During these her is aware of Miss Rose's superior delight of the young ladies. years our public ntl'iiir has been conductThe many friends of Mrs. A. A. Me- - palit:es and is confident that she will ed with singular honesty, intelligence, Kinney in this place expn-s- their deep-- ! 'nke hi.n a loving true helpmeet economy nnd foresight. At every point est sympathies with Mr. McKinney in t""" Heartiest congratulations nre extend-hi- s has been the welfare of the sad bereavement. Her death will .'d. along with the hope that their days expenditures have been leave a vacancy felt everywhere, but "ay lie long upon the earth and always considered; limited to the strict needs of the Govern- while she leaves sad heartshere she fills as happy as their honeymoon. ment, the school system has been vastly si tiiL.ln.r inn! lmli..r nl:u III politics US ill love the best l)Iail is l,..vmnl the improved; the assessments have been & mUm upon to put no confidence in man or woman ,kj Qaw wltf1 c.iiali-o- d and perfected; the State petti- - ,lt. ,omil0!(l miHt of H Hllp( .,,,, the vitlier. Mr. Ilriw, of California, realized tentlaryl.nsbeenreorgniii.edandputon!storm,KJi:au tQ il(jw thi. He confided his love for a certain j,, n plane with the best institutions in the . .., aU)ft ,,. M wb the (orW bl,ailly t0 K004 WeiIll am, U8kei, ,,,,,, to country, and, with the exception of the o( Uf(. M,rioin, VH We should not look bel.is best man, which lie promised, but Treasury there has been no hint of uiovvn into the sad vacances left, but look before the day set for the marriage he honesty or shadow of mismanagement. ( ftl. aJ)rtW a1(. rt,Utf fl bt.alltflI ' mn off mid married the girl himself. This record is one that appeals to ev- - j,rovi,K,,lc,. , , thtf ,,,, o( ,lf(1. Mror. urioc p,iri)Uetl them and after fatally erv nte Ilgetit man. inep.in. so ton WIWll ail(l ovo,i nes tninsplanted woun.Iing his perfidious friend ducting the attain of the State is entitled c.xm.,ill;;v fair nud lwI,py te.Uuicide. to a vote of conlldence and approval. -- Her Royal Highness, the Princess fowVl,ri 01(, Take any other State in the Inion.t T,, fri. M.,11W,8 , the colltrv are Louise Victoria Alexander Dagn.ar, eld- n 1iom nllairs have been in the hands of under full blast now and some of the est daughter of the Prince of Wales, was the lepublican party and mark thu con- houses are almost blast furnaces this hot married at noon Saturday to Alexander trast. The State of Kentucky is practic- weather. Not enough attention in build- William George. Earl of Fife, Knight of ally out of debt; its taxes for State pur- ing is paid to the ventilation for sum- the Tlii-tlo- , in tho private chapel of the poses, excluding the school tax, hate mer and u'liriuth for winter. Mict of Rockingham Palace. been as low during the past 'JO years as school houses are hake-oven- s James Morgan, aged MJ years, a in Mii'iiiner tho-- e of any State in the Union, while in winter. Low ceiling' wealthy and eccentric citizen of Morgan and free'e-ou- t the school tax is as large as that for all and open floors generally mink them county, Ind., is advertising that he will other nuriioses. Republican ollicehold- - and again the object of plenty light is give i,M0 for 11 wife. He stipulates that ers have squandered the funds of ''e, windws giv- - the mntri.uonial applicant must be young people, have increnseil the rate of taxauppe.inuiee. 'i "' vy of iigiit on iiarK days ami a ing a tion, have created enormous debts, and scarcity of air Richard Miilivuu, a young farmer sfl'e on hot days; very by special legislation have Tmilt up, at have any awnings on the siinnv side siding near Kirksinansville, was shot the expense of the people, vast fortunes to protect the children fioin the hot rays and dangerously wounded by the father in thehatelsof few individual. This is of the him. All tehool houses should be f a voting lady to whom he was paying . . .... , !!.. ,.... ... .V.. tu nes.oryiom t ...!. , Bj,,08 and ceiling attention. w1tll ,., liutnlliiiting. Theso men mid the party at their back are at war with every principle of good govern-nienThey praise all that is abhorrent to our people. They in their party alliances represent tho greed, tho avarice, the corruption nnd the debauchery of modern politics. Their associates nre Dudley, Forakor and Tanner. Their organ nt Cincinnati has been biciithingout miggeHtlon mere "l" Says Turnersvllle Nominated Dick Warren and willsee that he is Elected. It may not be generally known, but it is a fact, nevertheless, that Hon. It. C. Warren was really nominated for the leg- -' islature by the democratsof the Turners-- ' villo precinct. It was the only precinct that Instructed for him and set the ball in motion that finally nude him our Did whisky men our standard-bearemanipulate that meeting? We shall let Squire John Uiilev answer in his own words; "I represented the precinct J. A. Givens, nt the meeting at Turner.sville, called it to order and Dr. . Green Moore was made permanent At my suggestion, J. W. Given?,! Dr. Moore nnd J. M. Carter were ap-- , pointed delegates and they were ittiani-- ' niously instructed to vote for Warren." "How did you and the-- e gentlemen vote, Squire, on the prohibitory law?" "I voted for it myself, and each of the other gentlemen did, as the poll books will show." "Were you acting in the interest of the whisky ring when you instructed for Warren?" "Of course not. The question was not thought of. We simply believed Dick Warren the best and strongest man for the race and knowing his clear record as a democrat, we wanted him to run and r. ' SUMMER GOODS T. R. WALTON'S. White Mountain Cream Freezers. - yK -1- Mk v chair-man- Ma-on'- - d Extracts for Ice Cream, $'c. lf j said so." tax-paye- s, -I) s '' j tax-paye- "How are you and theotherdemocrats of your section satisfied with yourchoice after his canvass of n month?" "We are perfectly satisfied with him and proud that our precinct alone would not take 'No' from him. His position on the question of amending the prohibito ry law is the true democratic one, for iff the people have the right to accept a law by their votes they ought to have the right to reject it if they find it does not work satisfactorily. AVauy rate. I believe if our side is given the right to take a second vote, the other side ought to have the same privilege." "How is your precinct going next ' MASON'Si.WI Sealing 'Wax and FEUIT JABS Jar Gums, Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stock embraces Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Qiteensware, Confections, Cigars, 'Tobacco. te .,..' d'' .,, ,.. Monday ?"J "I won't give any figures, but you may rest assured Warren's majority will be largest any democrat has gotten there for years." The old squire has a mighty level head and it was really refreshing to hear him talk. He is tiie truest blue of a democrat and straightest of teinperence men, and said when we suggested a fear that he had gone oil" like his brother, "What! I leave the democratic party ? I shall probably die out of it sometime, but in no otlier way will I go out." That's the kind of a democrat we like and the only T. H. WALTOIT, J. I'. Rtirlun, Cleric. Main and'Somerset Streets. re-fe- w 11 braska. In the reconstructed states h , wi, , llltloand plenty of nlone the rep.d.lksu.s crimed in fl.v.t; , M t) , ,r, , ytars a debt of SflH,.K..O ... o.,ual to one-iQom for ,(0th Mimmtr au. W,M. Let fourth of the National debt contrast warn the democrats of Ken- tho j,ie ,nll Cnh 0tflmn, g in 0Jl tiuky against pern, tting the riM' u,ls an vlvfiant aftair, al. rrilIav party to gai.ui foothold In any depart-- 1 ,,tfavv lluviittHl iiiiuiy imnt of this State. from ndjoining towns from attending. l.nv-ma. le the ""HTllu nmul was not large, but M.IIkient rial condition of the State the envy of all Q m,(ko w a ul(Mt el)jovablo ()Ue) aM(j tt, 8tars were making faces at The republicans have plundered ev- ,orn before l0 Wl0 ,0Un,of W aml ,he cryoutiiernaiaa'wim .ii..t. .w.. ..... - .,1JV,oiimBllu ht.r trolled. harp hung hilent on the wall. Those oeTinier republican guidance a debt of eusion.s are delightful ami the manage-was fastened on tho recon- ineiitof the Springs know how to make SXW.OOO.OOO structed States. them so, and although the unproeedent-In charge of the Fioodnien's Savings ed rainy season has hoon a great draw-Hank distinguished republicans robbed haek to the Springs, they do everything the poor black man of 5:1,000,000 and to make it pleasant to thie who are none of the thieves were ever made to theie. More vMtors are at both Cinh disgorge. Oichnrd Springs and Dripping than Here in Kentucky take the record of would ho expeetod under the oireumstan-eesofriuewet weather. DrippiiigSpriiigs the olllce of United States Marshal, and compare the past four years of demo- Inn hop every night except Sunday cratic adniiiiirtration with the previous and a dancing master to teach thoo who '.'0 years uf republican scandals ami don't know how and introduce all new dances. 1). O. Slaughter' song of his Compare the conduct of thu pension "Little Wild Kose." hut now lie has ngeiicy by republicans with thu record "Lily." Dan, can't von give us some made by democrats. thing "awful sweet" about the "Lily of (So to the legislature and consult the tilL, Jjrppi'ig Springs Valley?" journals umf you turn uiai every inn 01 MrTll.tve WoiiMs. Judge Hoyd, of value to the State, every measure result-- ' ing in iinpioving our finances, elevating mountain circuit, hoeuis to be a peevour schools and equalizing, taxation is isli, fretful kind of a porcupine, whose quills turn the wrong way on the slight-the work of some democrat. The republican minority has done est piovoeation. A .slioit time since lie the grand jury of Laurel county innothing, Miggested nothing, supported of the peoplu. the editor of the Stanfoid Joi'knai. nothing in tho interest , people of Ken- for Homo incongriivial remarks lie pub-Is it possible that the tucky, refusing to trust tho ail'airs of tho llsliod regarding this .loliYioa in a dimiif unexpected, Stato to the republican paity when utivo mold.' This was not Uristow, as the JiiuiiN.ti. is a democratic newNpa-gold d bv Speed, Hailan and turn from tho democratic per. Hut now conies thisneiisitivejudge will part, whieh has labored so faithfully and hops on a republican paper, tho Hlohmond lieglstor. nnd so Micoosafully for thu welfare of tho Mountain Kcho. out, Hro. Green, the llrr-- t thinyou the par nubile, and call to its assistance and we will be doing thno in ty of Harrison and Tanner, led in Ken- know you wonucnui triumvirate, the London jail In a horn. tmky by tho - ..u.. ,,, ,.,,. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. woitlia tinker's or any other After reading this interview and knowing that 11 of the -- 7 delegates that nominated Mr. Warren voted for the prohibitory law and but 4 are against it, will the prohibitionists continue their lying cry that Warren was nominated by the whisky men ? So far as we are concerned, it would not matter with us if he was, so that those who nominated him were democrat, but we hate a lie and despise liars and are always ready to denounce them and set the public right. All of the ell'oits of theee Ananiases aie devoted towards fooling temperance democrats into deserting their party or shirking their duty nud we hope none will he so gullible is kind that kind of a dam. a c SINF J N. MENEFEK SINE & EVIENEFEE, Dealers Ir HOUGH AND DEES3ED LUMBER. r.alhs, Shingles, BX-HnTDS Itc, isjsra 3SASH, DOORS and Scroll Work, Mouldings, Brackets PATENT WIRS A1TD SLAT FENCE, ti Cedar and Locust Posts. to-da- j ; ..n ! nl e - - ,. ,0 -' 1 1 1 h 11 There was a dance at the Thompson house Saturday night. The free school commenced in this district Monday, with C. It. lliock principal and Mrs. Cora Pearl assistant. The case of Henry Lickliterand others, charged with shooting and stubbing, was continued from Saturday until Thuixlay. A. A. E. H. Hackney aie erecting n substantial Mono pavement in front of their store. The locks are j feet wide and S feet long. There is an Abundance of apples in Liurol this year and Applejack is being made at several places in the county and will be plentiful by the election. "Sufll-cien- t unto tho day is the evil thereof." It is now believed that the man Jones, who was 11111 over by the cars at llarbourville last Sunday night, was null- dered and plaeed on the track, :w a club with considerable blood on it was found - as to be deceived by it. Vote for Dick Win roil and the other democrats on the ticket and you will not regret it. Wc i'. earn 1 1 i.l to .. of euth ni? f ji.J in a lirit-c'.is- s A C Lumber Yard. SINK, Ilwwineu Manager. Good House and L t at layuood. Suitable for (iov. liuckiier has oll'oied a rowaid L on lev "HVnn of Sl'.V) for the arrest of Dr. llourigan. J Apply Aliwd.iy.iml rnuayof doctor or tu her U.odL.scho Mayssood,lot. STKI'IIKNSON, Kemuck, isiuid 41 Ky. A blacksnake )J feet in length, meavl Central each week, $ per vear Send 5'' ccuti and try it tiring -- S incites in circumference at the' fur three innntlti AitdreB G. Hole, Uutinest Manager, Danille, Ky. is STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. 1.......M- - ...., rtf lt ltrt.lt , .mil tf.tw.ltt.t. JC J.IIV.l j fill t.l It? IJtfllJ till. UUIIIUIm was killed near Seymour, Ind., pounds All persons wishing a pleasant life and well pleased wife let them use I'jtent Flour made at Sunday. Stanford Roller Mills. Call for it at your gro- Trader, Hortemen an J Amen 01 tnc counlie rut Marion llovle, Line In, Oarrard . nd news re'aiinj to matter of inton wilt rind all the A M1!? terest to them in tlie 1 the leading paper nf FARMERS, FOR SALE OR RENT. UyAllJ ' I. J FOR SALE! 4 them to keep it, or pet an order from them and Memphis Sunday, when Mail Agent thoroughbred Shorthorns, with uit es 10 days old, get it at the Mil! and I will guarantee a pleasant basin; had calves uithir 14 hours of eacti other. and interesting (amdy, S'omiiieiville was killed and seveial oth- A ;ood chance to v;et a good cow and a thorough93 W .V J'OT TS, Superintendent. er tiainnioii badly hint. No passengers bred bull calf cheap Also hase some nice young bulls ready for service, were injured. A. M. FBLAND. 37 iT-IKJacob Alkie, a wealthy farmer of L Stanford, Kv. Ihaoken county, is supposed to have ROWLAND, KV., boon waylaid and robbed by Henry Dealer In Smith andilferskol Ice. His body has Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps LARGE ROAN COW with RED NECK and been found in West Fork river. white back, marked with two silts in the left ear Iloott, Shoes. Clothinj;. Hardware, Queens-warM iv nt, Taken up by Mrs J. sc Elmore I'm ware, Furniture and a The Pride of Woman, 1SS0, and sal oed before me by Ro'.ert FreJetick '1 hit Jul) 1, iSs... A clear pearly nnd tr.in.parcnt skin is always n andfeol. s Elov rent lis. General Lino Groceries, HL'i.H Mvkt;i:M. J i' C c. 41 A C. & O. train was wrecked near A.M. Feland has food Milk Co t for sale, all cery, and if they hase not got it on hand, urge HILTOIT e, SSTivAx 11 j -' Prof. Hlliott, of Kirksville, preached nt the Ueforiu chinch Thursday night. liov. O. V. Duvull preached in Munches- Saturday ami Sunday and ltov. S. K. m mm Ihtney occupied the pulpit at the Moth-- i It 11 customary for all our people to turn out oilNt church here Sundav. A revival when a circus comes to town. It Is ;lo customamooting is in progress at Pittsburg, eon-th- e ry for all ho hase escr tried Gamer's chicken ducted by Kevs. Medaris and tuly, of cholviH cure to recommend it to their neighbors It Is sold on the plan of "no cure.no pa," bj tho llaptist church, "ear byVi fr sign of pure blood, and all persons tmulled with dark, greasy, yellow or Motched sltin can ret that their Mood is out of order. A few doses of Heitas' lllood I'liriliiT & Dlood Maker will the cause and the slln will become clear and transparent. Try It, mid if alifnctton is not cuen It is fully warranted A it will con you nothina;. K. IVtiny, UruzJitt of CRESS & MAKET, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Mt. Vernon, Coal .md Tim er I an s an re.ponder- - i t : ,u . 1 1 Fancy C.indies, Canned Goudf, Kc. All kinds of taken in exthane for Koodt. Ky. ms f 44 r tale tor iU 1 -' 1 to-da- y About 21 of Laurel's citizens, who live on the road leading from l'ast Ilein-ha- d uttult to Manchester, were arrignod foie .Judge lloreing Friday for refuting have been to work the road. Toll-gate- s erected on the road ami they didn't think it right to bo forced to pay toll and work too, but it was tlio opinion of tlio court work the road, and j that they should they wore lined for rofusiug to obey the ; orders of the overseer. Some are not isiied with tlio decision and pay they will have tho matter tooted in a higher be-disat-Lo- McKoWrl. ' SMI,; Why Is It That rumple linger atom; always complaining One bottle of! about that continual tired li'ehug Ilecss lllood l'uriiler and UI00.J Maker vi III er- -l tlrelv reniovothit trellng, gnr them a good appetite .id regnUte digestion, A 11. l'euny. Druggist. msiVteiii?." tiJtiSZ& AteS& STi Wrnn HEHRA'S SU'xttTN t liT ix'--ia .sV.V. A ' imomiolaCreaj f u fr OREilssAX COMPANY "sBBiiFssSVs,fisjJJJJisss.ss - , k THIS jircparatiin.without T,l7V-T,Trlnsi v. m You Cannot Afford At this season of the yeni to be without a good re, liabla diarrhoea balsam in the house, ns cramps. crJIc, durrhoi a and all Inlluinmation of the stomach and bossels ate exceedingly dangerous If not Olio bcltld of lleggs' Dur. nttulidod tont oacc. hroea Balsaut will do mor' go d in iases if the kind than any oth- -r inedr me on cirth Wo guar, antee it. A K. IVnny, ur Rgut pies, Tan. 'Icuu Black-Hoad- ttiliirv rotnnvM T?rnnlr- - lori t white. Viola Cream is not a paint or powder to cover defects, but a remedy to cu e. It ii superior to all other preparations, nnd is guaranteed to glvo satisfaction. At drug gists or mailed for 60 cont. Prepared by j A few applications will render the moat Btubbornly ml flnn t oft, smooth and Sunburn and Ptni. . v&MSk I L LEXINGTONJCY. V I... ,1 :'.l 'J comt. G. C. BITTIVrerst Torv.no, 01110. ilt l .to CO., P'T "crober'T.V 'ta-g'- s, lan'ir' Kv ?n.A-- t ji..s---r. ... . , -i . ii'iiiimiii - i ,u I K . x. . 'jfcijjmfciijiiiHEii 7 has a long letter The Courier-JournIt is said that ono Col. MeMurtry, of from Pinovillo to show that the Colson Garrard, is the republican candidate for family havo gotten away with half n doz- State Senator. Docs anybody know him ? en or more people, principally by assas- We do not, but yon can wager your botStanford, Ky., July 30, 1889 sination, and that one of tho brothers, tom dollar that every re-- . to yon, of Bell is n publican will vote for him, if lie is a canwho is school commissioner meaner defaulter than Tate, though on a didate. Our candidate, Judge BreckinF much smaller scale. There is nothing ridge, is thoroughly qualified and a good It man for tho position. particularly bad in the record of David Colson, the candidate for State Treasur would, therefore, be a public cal.unnity DEMOCRATIC TICKET. r and to leave him at homo and send some uner. exi'Piit that ho is a State Ireaiurtr, frequently wants to take the law in his known and unqualified individual to repSTEPHEN (1. SHARIE own hands, and while ho should not bo resent us in the Senate. Democrats, do held accountable for his brothers' actsand not permit such a thing to approach . rOR STATE while wo are not especially struck on even II IIU99IUIIIIJ, out go w.v, ,.v...o aim R. J. BRECKINRIDGE, OK BOYLE. SO, CODIC ailCl SCO LOW 1)1(111) IMrd-eaVUC- d this method of electioneering against a vote and work for ourdistinguishediiom-- 1 (lolllU'S IJOll Ctlll SUVO blJpjiVClutS- man, it must be admitted that Mr. ColCounty, t't'-- . For Ueprejerltrt ve, Lincoln son has drawn it out himself by his It is said that figures wont lie, but any RICHARD C.WAKREN. ranting nbout Tate anil assertions that man will say after hearing a no dejnocrat is to be trusted because that republican tell about the State's tinaneial A democrat, in whom there is no guile, scoundrel defaulted. On the came charcondition, that they do, or the fellow n temperance mini by theorv and prac- acter of argument the matter comes prct- - who uses them is himself an arrant liar. christian gentle-ma- tv close to Mr. Colson as it ishisbrotheis tice and a high-toneBe sure it's the fellow, not the "Jiggers," incapable of a dishonorable thought and not the republican party generally dear reader. action, Hon. It. C. Warren is indeed which are accused of nsassi nation and or n model candidate. Nothing can bo robbery. If the mare trots the colt is NEWS CONDENSED. truthfully said against him of u disparag- pretty apt to and it is rare that you tlnd It is said that Mary Anderon is fast ing character and no Haw could be de- one angel among six brothers whose reclining her mind, caused by excessive tected with n microscope on his political ords as given show that they are tlends study. record. Ho has borne himsell wltn great incarnate. We know nothing about Mr From-- " A couple of scamps are under arrest canvass and has more Colson ourselves except that he is appacredit during the at Somerset for selling genseng plugged than ever endeared himself to the hearts rently riuito a clever man, but we do with lead. of true democrats. The principles of the know the history of Judge Stephen G. Miss Daisy Hampton, daughter of of the Sharpe and know that no stain ba ever narty, including its declarations Gen. Wade Hampton, has entered a New inalienable right of local rested on his character or that of any ; York hospital to become a nurse. have been intelligently and eloquently member of his family. You will run no The Signal Service oilice says the discussed by him and he has convinced risk by voting for him, for he is a tried yon. ben f close wet weather stnson is about over and Who V rcduc- everv one who honestly believes in that and true man, worthy of the conlldence that a hot August is probable. otyu. ml moncn-savin- n right and the right of the majority to Gov. Buckner and the party have placed on insurer! ,,, 7. ,. .. j . r nl-,,Wayne county will vote Sept. van ii I.ntiin o v ct; ivicoa tv jy rule, of the justness and fairness of anjjn him. "ee therefore that you help to subset ibing $$5,000 to the stock of the wecli. amendment to the prohibitory law, re-- 1 swell his majority to 50,000. Atlanta railCincinnati, Alabama storing the right which that enactment j There are occasions when the slow road.J. S. Pike shot his vicious son at takes from them. He does not propose st., M. question, but machinery of the law is inadequate for Owensboro when ho caught him beating another election on the places the matter m a shape so tho proper example to be made of crimi-tha- t his mother. It is a pity the shot was simply the people can net as they see prop- - mils, and when a rape has been commit-e- r not fatal. in the premises. Only this and noth-- 1 ted is one of them. About 5 o'clock Prof. J. W. Howell, of Rutledge, ing more. If the people wish to vote, Thursday afternoon Jim Kellv, a burly Tenu., who was bitten by a black-and-- 1 thereafter on the,question, they can do negro brute of 200 pounds, brutally a- - tan terrier i: years ago, is dying of by- Boulanger is at last below par in so by complying with the provisions of saulted Mrs. Peter Crow, the delicate drophobia. France. He was defeated Saturday for a the law regarding called election when if wife of the section bo-- s ot Paris, and acTho Khode Island legislature has lix- - seat in the Councils General, the majority want to continue the law complished Iiis purpose. The alarm was ed $400 and $500 for w hisky license, at- Mrs Martha Kstill, of Payette, got they will do so and whatever their de- - given and the beast was soon lodged in cording to size of town, and druggist's $p.,000 for damage for right of way for cision Mr. Warren will cheerfully ac- - jail. That night at '2 o'clock 100 deter- - license at $25. the K. U. railroad by jury instead of $:.- went to thejail and He ia the candidate of nol mined citiz.-tiquiesce. Bros. & Co., a heavy New (xx) nwardod by cotntuisMoiiers. There's Lewis 'der the pretext that they wanted to put York drv goods house, with branches in no,ini! like a country Jurv when it or ring, but of the straight-cu- t oil" his democracy, and as such he claims your 'a prisoner in, threw the jailer Philadelphia andother citiif, failed lor comes to robbing a oorttoration. Paris votes. Honor Lincoln county and your- - guard and succeeded in getting their about $1,000,000. . Next morning his carcase, sus-an- d selves by sending him to the legislatuiejman. It has Imhmi finally decided to hold a Wesley Klkins, 11 years old, has been putting a quietus on political par- - pended from a bridge near town, told anestedat" Edgewood, Mich., charged World's Fair in New Yoik in 1M, to sons, who for the sake of an oilice would the rest of the story and furnished an with murdering his mother and father, 'commemorate the 400th anniversary of sell out their holy calling and bring the example of what all ravishers of women on the night of July 17. the discovery of AnierL , and n com-- Atmay expect. The lynching wasconduct- church itself into contempt. Wm. J. Hist, ganger, E. Schneider, mittee of leading business and professed in a most quiet and orderly manner, storekeeper, Charles VanArsdell, store-- 1 ional to puh m"ii have been appointed Is the State platform adopted in con-- 1 8now:I1(, tuat the bt&t citizens and not keeper-gangeIsaac C. Catron, ganger, the matter. Ohio prohibition- - i,00jiumgf wj,0 tliirst for human blood; vention last week, the Judge Durham attempted to make a have been appointed in this distriU. citizen shall be de-- l Lml j,erf0rmed the righteous work, ists declare that Gov. Jackson, of Maryland, hasgrant- - speech at Jamestown last Saturday, but prived of the right of suffrage on account and a warrant on account of a few drunken men, who When the democrats took charge of cil the necessary papers of sex." Woman suffrage is one of the in which issued for Kilrain's arrest on raised a row-i- n the court-hou- e pro- - the State government in ISO", she was has been distinctive features of the the charge of prize lighting in Missis- pistol", knives and rocks were freely hihition party, and the man who does only paying 72 cents per capita for the sippi. ' used, he had to close and dismiss the not subscribe to it and all of its tenets, education of her white children alone, In Cincinnati 1,200 saloonists resolve) crowd. Columbia Spectator. membership in Xow both races are provided for and the to defy the law and keep open houses on does not deserve even A New York lawyer, who induced a the party, much less official preferment, per capita for this year is ?2.15, jii6t Sunday, but the arrest of 150 of them bank cashier to steal $185,000. has been Because it is unpopular here and every- - three times what it was in ISO". Doesn't caused' the balance to close up double' sentenced to fJ years in Sing Sing. He i where that women do not desire to tin- - this look very much like the republicans has purchased KOt the greater amount of the stealage sex themseves, Bro. Montgomery pro- -' are falsilying when they assert that the ,,.. na DRUGS, BOOKS, ' aim men ;uivivu uiv STATIONERY, fesses to bo against woman suffrage, but 'democratic party had failed to provide tive of the six breweries in fiitiion evi- ? 'lsfi.000. j tin-- j did so, but returned, and upon his .... ,...r...,i.: of t tn. it is only a dodge, such as is unworthy for popular education in Kentucky ? FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Demo- - i interest in tl.'iu th lawyer was convicted nf flio most nrmnt. owners to retain a one-thir- d The counting of the cish and sureties the concern. I'hyilcu-or.0 !, nnf ,w.iv,.,l hv the old and' pretcrijiiii,,. cturt!y DEATH'S DOINGS. that there itiromlh.iri rwitntinnR about the ''llrilllk- A dispatch from London says SulliSS was After six long weeks of illness, Mrs. ard's grave and the drunkard's hell," re S700,000,000. A shortage of, van having refused Jem Smith's chalwhich the prohibitionists are using to foun.l in the new silver vault, where lenge, Smith claims (Tie championship Maggie Wainwright McKinney, wife of ,00,000 silver dollars are stored, and a belt. Smith is to tight anybody Mr. A. A. McKinney, quietly breathed THE LAMEST STOCK OF WATCHES, cover their real designs, but stick to the Elicit of $15 in the old silver vault, her last about 7 a. . Saturday. She was old ship, which has weathered mntiv a for the belt and CI, 000 a side. CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. a helpless widow, first taken with tlux and two weeks ago hundreds of jubt , tolnliiR S4o.000,000. Both shortages were and withstood Near Marion, lml., Ever brought to thu BirVt. I'rice lower thin immediately made good. It is believed Mis. Azeneth Street, and her daughter gave every indication that she wouici such attempts to break it up as the I am the lowet. Watchei, Clcclci anil Jewelry He. bowels were Holier than Thou crowd is now endeav-- 1 ' tliat this money was lost during the paired on thortnotlce and warranted. taken by "regulators," stripped to cover, but her stomach and cent flcw,lin' of tbti vlwlt- to mnke. the waist and brutally whipped. Hie sn much diseased that recuperation whs was gossiping. impossible. She was unable to retain The constitution being prepared for accusation against them litThe republican bosses are beseeching James, the faKe Christ, of even the slightest nourishment and Edward the colored people to refrain from voting Washington Territory's assumption of erally starved to death. Mrs. McKinney county, Ga., has been arrested in the legislative race and the prohibi- - Statehood, provides that no governor Liberty will be sent was in her :.2d year and was married to dur- on thecharge of lunacy and tionists are begging the democrats who shall be eligible to the U. . Senate of his most the man who is now bowed down with Twenty-nin- e are not for them to stay at home, but we ing the term for which he was elected. the asylum. Dealer In followers were taken with the most poignant sorrow of his life, do not think either prayer will bo heed- It would be a good thing for the people desperate Dec. 2, 1S75, after a most romantic couit-shir- ,. him. ed. Sensible democrats are not caught if all State constitutions provided the Tin- - Mason & Foard Company, les Her mother died when she was atsame tiling. Governors would then "by the alleged temperance issue the prosees of the penitentiary, have purchased onjy a f()VV IVS 0l,l nnd she was intrust hibitionists have tried to inject into this tend to their business and not use their ,'WO acres of ground on fcoutli tiKi"""". 0 to tho keeping of Mrs. Salhe Ann KY. y canvass, but will come to the polls, vote oilice for electioneering purposes. near Frankfort, and will cultivate it ex-- j Higgins, who supplied as much as early and see that thier neighbors do for producing supplies for con-- 1 y0 tM0 j,ace 0f a loving mother. She Colson spoke three hours at Springlikewise. There is a hen on in the Senv'cts; nothing undone for her advance- ii ... from farmer James Gorden, a atorial race and from all that we can field in order to prevent a democrat mi!nt n,1(l watched her life with jealous work. The oi itichie countv. a a., was nm-ste. gather Judge Breckinridge will have re- answering him, but it didn't owed much to her young man finally ran down after telling day or two since charged with nice t 'care. To her she publican opposition, not the manly, open Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers Stock is half dozen times and more with his daughter, a girl 10 years old. J J all ho knew a kind, but that most cowardly of all quests home and living than he knew fully a dozen. The crowd Gorden was held in .1,000 bail to answer full and complete. We call special attention to our of game, the still hunt.' But no matter quietly waited and were handsomely ,, i ine inuicimem. ,....!.. alii-- . .i .w,..., ...... ...u .... .ii. whether ho has or not, it is the ylnty of ill inn, by seeing the mountain bantam The $50,000 damage suit brought by and mother and her loss falls with terri- every democrat to go to the polls and recompletely picked alive. Howard against three a preacher named flM .!...!.... cord his vote for our nominees. ForeTho best Casket of the kind ever invented. . .,,! ,,., fie force upon them. iiiu uuiihumiuui is newspapers ai T..l...... 'I. warned is forearmed, so take the side of V". ai-. - ....,;. , of knowing that their nom- Bantist Thk prohibitionists of Ohio have Embalming under tho most approved method when desired. i ilium at that place, resulted safety and run no risks. !u until, for when tho inated it preacher for governor, with the ter a noieii irmi !.. .. ,.r,Un f ,n v.. . into ..v m L'ev. P. T. Hale held his meeting hero J. C. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. The pension oilice investigation has suggestive name of Helwig. If ho gives and costs for the plaintill'. ( years ago, sho gave her heart to Sel-- , several borne good fruit already. An applica- up his holy oilice for political preferment At Bayville, La., Ftiday, Chas. God. and has since honored Him with u tion for pension lias actually been re- he and his gang will soon be lifting up lers was iiung, u!.., ..illll.k It -lit .(!sw attached heiself to the ' hur st.rvice. "We have sinfused. A soldier named Taffa was killed their voices and crying: tiuiuiih mi. condemned to the scallold- Presbyterian church, where, Sunday af- .' by a comrade in a drunken row and his ned against God and man and down to ami uoini, int entire job alone ami withhundreds of friends crowded to must go." .n mm ' widow asked for a pension. According Hel-w- ig out ceremony. io wuiuhk p ly her tho last tribute possible to mor- Rouge the same dav. to former rulings she ought to have had Thk Pnducah Staudard excellently at Baton tals. Rev. B.'ii Helm pleached tho ser- it, but while the ofHce is on its ps and Rival factions of Mercer county says: '"Gen. Apathy,' who has been inon and then tho remains were taken to qs it must make an appearance of " "" " ' mMo Spiing Cemetery, followed by a commanding the democratic forces in senooi tho school . . weeks and Jntunlu ,rnin -- vtl.n,,01, Kentucky, has retiied and Gen. Kntliu-Mias- eral !,tM. tlmv wore T,ini! iil'!I"uv,u" .....w. ?. will lead them to victory on the 1st the church to it. Tho grave was literal It is generally expected that the presi burned down. There is talk of dent will appoint Attorney General Mil- Monday in August." The Purchase is siiddi.idv ly covered with flowers, placed there by the arrest of prominent yeoplo to answer loving .hands guided by ler as Associate justice on the Supreme up in arms and can be relied on to doits for arson. Bench. He was his law partner and dutv as usual, Cincinnati reports a horrible murder. eyes. A happy homo has been broken Harrison is noted for trying to keep tho in a sewer uii, a husband's heart has beon made The Shelbyvllle entinel says that Dr. Jones' body was found has been best things in tho family, as it were. man-hol- e with wounds that showed that jrlesolate and a bright little boy Miller has no fitness whatever for the Harry McCarty, of tho Jessamino Jour- ho was murdered. His negro coachman denied a mother's loving guidance. May higli position, but that doesn't count un- nal, will bo candidate for doorkeeper of confessed on being charted with tho God sustain them and give them that the next Kentucky House of Represender republican rules. doctor on faitli tatives. Ho is a capital fellow and if the crimo that ho had knocked the Which looki tcynnd thl ale of tcari, head in his owii yard Thursday KniTOii RiciiAiuisos, of the Glasgow press boys could elect him they would the When what e now deplore had dragged the body into tho rise In full immortal primo Times, warns the fellow who threatened d ) so by unanimous vote. To bloom and lade no more. stable, where ho left it until night, when auricular that the man that to pull his William Greshain, an aged citizen of "Wk admit that wo do not havo any ho put it ina bag, tied up with a strap, tackles his ear will havo his hands full-Wtoo much love for Mr. Colson." This is and carried it through the streets until Milledgeville, died Sunday morning of a Will keep;'tconstantly on hand a largo and select lino of Furniture knew that Bro. Jim had a pretty . Tho most hor- complication of diseases. good-sizeear, but had no idea it was as from tho republican London Echo, but he reached tho man-holeand Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as lo aV'such goods 1 W. Malcolm Miller, a highly respectfact that largo as ho seems to think. But he an honest confession is always good for rible part of the recital is tho can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will bc"con- - -the soul and Bro. Dycho is making a rep- tho doctor was still alive when thrown ed citizen of Madison, died Friday, aged ought to know, so wo will not dogmavinced that I sell lower than the lowest. 79. utation of lato for frankness. into tho sower. tize. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Do wis! i W. WALTON, d bull-doze- PRACTICEECONOMY? uJll' If well-poste- d d n, Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpets, Mattings, &c, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. offer J ,,... the cash baying, together with the cat fit of prices, mane oar yore one ot the greatest places ever mirl ,i ,.,! ujcr yoa ims .. Main j Stanford. SALINGER, Manager. I ) i j s tin-cliq- Xt-ws- J Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, ' r, "o M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. i I j i Ao Mo PBMY, & JEWELER, t i" 1 . f con-stor- re Bo Ko WEAKEN, Furniture and Undertakers' STANFORD, Goods! i 1 possi-clusivel- , "" Tlie;i.arjjcst, Chcnpcst and Rest Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, ISordcr, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades ' i,.,,, ,,., IITDESTHTJOTIBLE BTTHI&L CASKET, .. ..t"i. I.n-vn- 1 -- "l j 1 ... - - ' vir-tur- e. irue8 "" """; !.. ,,, SEW FURNITURE STORE! MACK JBHCIFFMAltfo :P9Fo :.. tear-dimm- v Sh-.1- d fc T ? , rUttS--- ." "t&Hr Semi-Weekly Interior Journal KV., Stanford, 2.C.WAW0N, bus, Jfc" WALLACE E. YAKNON, to back his judgment, Offered to bet t'Vell conunodatinjf postmaster that ever ban- - money the other day that Dick Wnnen's " Th,, J,,,' "' !fa NKvi.AXD. s. L C. Attorney at Law, Lots.-M- rs. Catherine Uailey baa for te1 tliu ,,,,, nt thl8 otlice and more of majority would not fall short of 1,500, MEANS BUSINESS. Stanford, unit, cninii lntu In tin. Millur Kxf I'llHinll. Kentucky. but got no takers. The majority ought CoMKnml settle your accinmt. A. H. House and lot now occupied by W. II us will niics her besides her father. Will practice in all the coutu of tlm and adjoin to be that and will be, if the democrats IV'iinv. US ountu- aiJ in the c ..111 of nnr.-iA m:it reading Miss Bogle's card in a .Miller; also No. 1 horse and buggy. .. r. t. ... f.tC .''. do their duty, which we nro very well Watciikh nud jewelry repaired nnd wM.tcu.vr .n.riouerit sugg'n crog store recent issue we do not believe there will A Modern Progresive School, warranted. A. It. IViuiy. Tiii:m:are no new eaten of sickness iim iiiiinv men to vote iiLfiti list her and satisfied they will. Don't bet, however, Tin: best place to buy drugs, patent boys, it is against tlie law, but pull ofl'j we have heard of nud those who .. ...........i.. .... i,.,..,. ,.,,siili.red her ,....... medicines and toilet articles is tit A. It. that V yt lf1"ir irl lT doing reasonably well, with election a settled fact." She is n most de- - your coats, go to work nnd give tie cant- Where your daughter! will lie taiitfht linw to be C" yVrt-- ' 3kW are down are Penny's. come true wo ui'ii, a well at th.roi phly It can be done IIuy your school books, ink, tablets. the exception of Harry Ueer, whoso ' serving young lady and wu shall be proud ing crowd n Waterloo. instructed in by proper ell'ort and we believe will be pajuT, pencils and school suiUcm of nil death is momentarily expected. to see her fill out the term of her lamen-- I Literature, Science, Art & Music. kindH from A. It. lVnny. done. ted father. RKV. C POPE. Present, Tin:Q. A: C. will give you another AdJrctt The drug firm of Mc Roberts it Stagg, or Mri S. C. TKVEHEART, PERSONAL 3INTS. A wheel of Nunnelley's 'bus ran oil' chance to visit Niagara August 1, when Lady Principnl, meeting goers which lias existed for over 10 years with Puor. J. M. HiiuiMiitand bride atten- the round trip fnm Junction City will while bringing the camp n pleasant and profitable result, has disMillers vrjr, Ky. 43 10:110 Sunday night, but fortuDehome at be about 510. The journey is via ded the Khksville 1'iiir. solved by mutual agreement, Mr. S. I if. CO., nud M more nately no one was hurt. The women .Mil-John Hem. Ginsos Is vistiin: her troit and through Canada Stngg selling his half interest to his partscreamed and some of the men not rat takes you to Toronto. HUSTONVILLE, KY. mothurnt Williamsbuig. Mr. W. U. McKoberts, on an estima 9 . tled, but the horses stopcd as still ns ner, .MiK Julia Yeaiikii, of Louisville, is in was ' eraildfather's clock, else hades would ted basin of its value. Mr. Stngg will buy a A the AdrlnlttratPr of lien Ri liardin, ded., Are (till thethe business ami ready to do any Kii.li:i. Thomas Fox, a tramp, In Undertaking line. We have n full witli .Mis. A. W. Carjtuntur. will ex.c tn tale at hit late residence, 4 miles thin? farm nnd retire from rich Cac and run over and killed Thursday niuht near have been to piny. Ea of Stanford n the Crab Orchprd pike, on stoc of deicnption. Caskets of all kinds and Robes of every Mi:, and .Miis. M. .Samnoeh visited Our hearse, which is nearly pursuits, while Mr. Mcltobcrts He was stealing ride on the Lebanon. new can be obtained on short notice. Mr. t friends at Carlisle Sunday. Green has charge olrur business While the guests of the Myers House will continue to run the liusiuc-- in its 27II1, 1889, our goods to any one needing nnd will show acbreak-beaof train No. !W, when he anything in our fell former satisfactory manner. They have .Mas. e I'. Walton has gone to All of the peronal property of the deceased, uch Hue. cidentally fell beneath the wheels and were at supper Sunday bight a lamp 64.lf to visit .Mrs. Will Craig. from its socket and burst 011 the floor, been good patrons of this paper nnd we n Furniture, Carpoiten' Tcxli, Plows, Mane was mashed to death. Sale to begin at 9J4 o'clock 'C Mhn Maiisiiall, of l'arksville, Is visitsetting lire to the oil contained in it. wish them both success in their future Termtcaih fur um under $10; oer that amt. gecd and Sale (Stable on 3 months' time. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., ing her sister, .Mrs. T. 1'. Hill. Tiieiie is great demand for the male Considerable excitement was caused but operations. 40 Adminiitratkr. Mns loris: Kaii.kv is visiting Miss academy here. Three of our countymeii the thoughtfulness of one of the waiters Aftek a sojourn of seven weeks here, Kniiiin (iiirnird, in Clay county. have Hindu application for it nud live in smothering the b'azesoon extinguishMr. I. C. Hrollinr, manager of the Gale Amendments io Articles ofIn::rp:riiion is hard to ed the fire and quietude agnin reigned. - ""Wfc 7"i Mus. V. T. Wkaki.ky, of Suelbyvillc, from n distance want it, so it Sulky Harrow Manufacturing Co., left is visiting relatives in this county. tell who will "teach the voung idea how-tor THE Jim Tall, our finhting coon, is ngnin with Ins eight men nnd teams for LebMil W. L. Dawson lias returned from shoot" at the school on the hill next Cumberland Valley Land Co. in jail, this time for n fuss with Will anon, where they "do" the county. a business trip to llneklterry, Arizona. session. negro, who shot nthim About $4,000 worth of machines weie Chesnut, another The undemened hnrehoblert of the Cumber Miis. M ati IE Looan, of Mitchellsburg, j thetaidComW. H. JACkSON & CO., PRO'RS. Next Tuesday's paper will tell the tale, some four or five times, but unfortunate- disposed of while here, but the business land alley Land Company ?!mcndheretofore filed pany's Articles of Incorporation, hns been visiting Mrs. J. A. Carpenter. which will be a glorious one for the dem- ly missed him. Tall averages a fight n was much interferred with by the rain or record rtuirui I. 1SS7. in the cilice of the clerk LONDON', KY , Miveh L1..11: and Ida Twidw 1:1.1,, of of the Lincoln County Court, .. having . J ocrats, if they do their duty, and we nre week nud it matters not who commences and other drawbacks. They sell a good Lf'n uuiy acKnowjecu'cu, a lolloui; thcrctotUc onGood turnouts and saddle horses rjways lor hire reasonable terms. London is the most convenllustonvillc, were in this city Saturday. will. Don't be deceived it, he is sure tq land in jail. He proved implement and the men all proved them- are The first and third lectiom of slid articles ient point on the railroad to reach places in the to amended a to include within the scope of in the mountain Mil Wm. U. 1'oi.k, of Ueoghcgan's hat confident they of the f'tate. 10 balderdash himself to be in tlie right this time, how- selves gentlemen. Squire M. C. l'ortiiinn the Company's operations, in addition to the conn house, lxmisville, Is visiting lelatives in by still hunts, prohibition of Marfan and Hell, the counties of Knox, go to the polls and ever, and Chesnut was fined ;" while lie speaks in high terms of all of them and ties nor what not, but Whitley, Laurel, Clay, I'erry, Lvtcher. Powell, this city. Welfe. Ilreathitt. Lee. Leslie Knott. Mairnffin. says no nicer set ever stopped at bis for Warren and the other democrat- goes free. Johnson, Martin, Morgan, Merit fie. Hath, Rowan, Miis. S. J. Km iky, who has Wen suf- vote John J. Hright secured a position t.lllotl, Lawn nee, Iloyd, Carter, Klemminj, Lew ic nominees. )ue day last week, n This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen nd fering very much bom sciatica, is imFloyd, Wayne, Owsley, with Mr. Urolliar nnd went with him is, Green, I'lke, Jackson,Koclicastlf, nmi Cum- others not to trespass on our lands without per. berland, Linproving. mission, us all such will be prosecuted to the fullspeaking at Milledgesville Satur-- , eouplo of brakemen, Wm. Chumley and vesterdav. Tin: coln, In which said additional countuait shall b est extent of the law. Signed: dcrson,under the impression that . lauful for the said Company to transact Its busiMm. J am as Nl'.nniii.i.kv, of 1juisville, .tn. ,w ,.ii,..r ..,. ,!,.t.. vletorv for ' selling lands, ness of "V GEO. D HOPPER, is sjHJiiding a few weeks with Mrs. 1'. I. Warri'ti. gath-- ' (5. V. Hobiuson wasn spotter, gave him a Can't Move 'Kiie.m. Several Turners-vil- and salepurchasing andand nil i.therurcsthe mining T.J. HILL, of coal iron Tlie prohibitionists were and min M. McROIIEUTSJR.M.S. 1IAUGHMAN, good larruping nt Kowlnnd. He swore out erals and the manufacture and sale of lumber. KOBT. .McALISIER, colored men were in ytsteidny to Nuhnellcy. J.E IIRUCE but democrats e.v ered from all quarters, II Section 4 is so amended as that the capital H. SHAN-KS.H. " tell us how badly they got away with stock of said Company, instead of one hundred and S. IIKNKV UAUGHMAN. HAUGIIMAN, Mus. Anmi:Si:aih.ent, of Sum ford, is eeededthemlwoto one and gave MRS. A. M. KELAn'd dollars, shall fifty dolrI0,,N W.HOLMES. visiting relatives near here. Hopkins-vid- e Warren the rcvption his energy and !"K toother for a criminal purpose and George Gentry, who came out lat Fri- lars, thousand of one hundred he one million which in shares dollars each, placed in Sl.eriir to day to tell them bow to vote nud how said shares shall be Issuedbeen the stockholders by Kctituckian. nbilitv deserves. Ilro. Montgomery was ' the papers were cirtiricateswhenlJo has paid or. each share v land 0 hands. Chumley had been M11subscribed for, and the President and SecS. K. Laik'ey nud children, of not to vote. They listened attentively rattled ami his crowd retired retary of said company are hereby authorized and charged, as he thond.t, through ltobin- - so long as they spoke for Colson, but directed tiiiuethe stock according! Gallatin, Tetiii., are guests of Mr. and SAW MILL FOR SALE ! much in the same x. . son's eilorts, but Anderson wns still when he came to telling them not to Witness our hands this..... aay of lulv. 1SS0. Mrs. W. M. Lackey. . .. lion NG, ' ntHM Ljuid nnit Stock. Tin: News says thnt while Humphrey 'braking on the local freight. To that vote for Dick Warren it was a little too Mil and Mus. O. C. Kei.leii, Jil, are J. S. HoCKER, Dow), bv I. A Cnir. Post was forvinga term with his brother train the olllcer went on its arrival Fri much for them. George W. Craig, An As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell at great siKJiidiugtho week in Ilarrvdsburg, wlieru J A. CArr, sacrifice 3 saw mills complete with 30 horse boilers I. V. Havdkn, Will in jail at Luicflster for carrying day, but when the sheriff went into the derson Givens and James Welsh answerand jo horse engines, a saw works, ox log wag- tlie fair in in progress. V P. Walton, j on J wagons. buckboard, t spring wag- concealed weaiMtus, he was very insult- - caboose at one end Anderson made his ed nnd literally masticated the coloted J S. IliNr.ii sm, llsi Nan mi: Maiui", Monte Hauis on and harness 3 yokes of cattle, 3 mules, t horse, NV. G. Welch. grist mill complete, and my farm of cto acres of "" to ',"'u'r "oinweii s wuenmi snoweu by the other, ami took out towards statesman. Craig told him that he was nndtieo. Weuien went to HarrtKlsburg W R Kamsev. Snob land well timbered. Will sell privately his vandali-- h nature by destroying the j Rowland. J. N. Menefeo was on the n beautiful specimen to come there to Joh.v V. Fox, Jr. yesterday to attend the fair. MART SMITH, 4 iahrs YV Fox. things in the jail Krouud, however, anil soon had his man tell them how horrible it wns to vote for Maywood, Ky. Miss MaooikTukeii, of Manlotd, is Wds, ticks and other warin to,v. n plV0 bail till yesterday, a democrat, when lie had made speeches visiting her mjIiooI mate, Miss Annie !" I'' could get his bands on. A rnnl for uinlicious destruction of proper-- Vvhen he was held to circuit court in SoO for Shanks, democrat, and Pobbitt, inde Dishmau. ltarbourville News. bond. pendent. Tliis and more hot shot lUa it Mooiik and Uose Juint-- ' w,l 8W0rn 0llt ,,B,1,nrt """. .UI" Missis Salmi: a pretty pair from Itourbon, are ' waived examination and was held to the The tenth annual exhibition of the they iKiured into him till be finally had .1... knowledge .!.. .1... circuit court in a suinl! bond. If the Kirksville Fair was not unlike its prede to retire, with i.ii..i.tii fif Mrn t. (? f.iv.tud FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1889. Tumersville colored voters at least are of (Jnrra,, ',0 "ot ""PI'7"" cessors, but proved even more concluThe Advocate speaks in highly com-- , K" not under his beck nnd call. They tell M. HUBBARD, A. pllmeutarv terms of n party given bv tbese fellows, they will yet do somethnm sively that it takes the cake for good us that tliHV will vote solidly foi Warren ' ,1,t wl" wustt ,lu',n to ri'Bret UuU ,he-and that all sheol can not prevail ngainst Faculty of Trained Teachers. Ex:ellent Hoarding Department, Miss Jennie Walton at Danville. stock, liberal premiums and genuine Discipline Strict. Instruction it. thorough. lull information given on application. Mm (w.. . ...,,.. ..w .... Mi. a It.. 11!.. 1. .11. "111 not u'lui ... hospitality. It rained on Friday, the DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. nis, and her pretty little girl were here It is susceptible of proof that the pro first day, and the crowd was rather small, Saturday with Mis. M. C. Thurman, of hibitionists are attempting to buy the but on Saturday the grounds were liter- The Jennie Holnian Comedy Co. is Tffr (PL Danville. votes of tlie ignorant negroes they would any jammed ami tno nssociauon must putting up bills this morning. Will open the oth prox. and continue one Mi. J. I. McKinney, of Decatur, Alu., disfranchise. They ottered a rcsiiectnble have made a good per cent, on the . and Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Hoys ton, of man of the Tumersville precinct cy invested. Lincoln county was repre-,- week. The murder of William Caldwell nt intended the funeral of Mrs. A. A. .,,ni. rt( Hmir tn vnt.. for Mntitirnmerv sented by a number of tine horses, which Mexico, Texas, by George Driver, menn iiwiii o ni4 McKinney. and upon his positive refusal, they then got their share of the "slick" ties, inclu- tioned in vour last, was a Miis. Dit. Simp F.lkin iNcll Duncan) s.iid thev would give Him tlie Hour to ding Matt. Sandidge's string, which was assassination, according to reports of that section. was much worse yesterday and Mis. It. vote for' Ward, the attempted bribery particularly fortunate in that line. .1. K, daughter Is Receiving His Susan, the little C. Warren wns called at an early hour to having occurred when they thought he Karris' Gold King, a full brother to Sil of Mr. and Mrs. S. 15. White, of for premium her U'dside nt Utucaster. died at the residence of its grandwould accept the republican nomination. ver King, took the Miis. Helen Cami'hell, of Cynthiana, stallions. The Fair hop Friday father, Mr. S. V. Rowland, this place, ci This shows the true inwardness of tlie Ind., who lias been visiting her son, Mr. present and all other prohibition cam night was delightful in every particular Sunday afternoon at o'clock. Tbeciiild Sunday-schoo- l in the Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial John Hubble, for sometime, was a pleas- paigns in this county. I hey aru aimeil and tlie gentlemen composing the club took a spasm nt . morniiiL'. and beiiiL' taken to her grand t iiro io ue cmigniuiiiucu olllce Saturday. ant caller nt this Buse. father's, had one after another until directly at the democratic party, nnd its county's sole object isto break it up if possible. M11. John Hill, Garrard is in full death ensued. W. W. Taylor, who shot j,ark Ulluip Mulinis TB , The trial of wealthiest cituen, was thought to bo dy- - Yet there are men who have the inex-l,.,! ,.rr..v.i iv.,B c.....i.... .. ....r.. L. 11. Purdom about a month ngo, being ytsterday. lie has been down some ,,.., gun before Judge Lee Saturday, and not to sav that they Menu' i.rnLjillt il wnr.i'nn rtM1blu fmm .... .,. I'l Vl,tW s.it.. ..u... nil ..v.... i ,. time with something like. eoiiMimptlon. ,LimocRlls 8 any man even wliile ,wrj ,. being concluded adjourned till dis.aes. such as Scrofula, Mil an. Mus. Ai.k.y. ilm.n, of ijiiu mmwliuv Montgomery. Tlie republi- - j ftre l)eMUtUuIly locaWdi tlll) t.ott;,K,8 Well Monday. The dispute trow out of the ...?Pf SPECIFIC cures all blood all its .tagvs. Necrmls, ,Vc. Ulcers, Pimples. Ulcerated Syphilitic diseases in Price Ji per bottle right o? passwny bv Purdom over the HAMS lUOMUTTKRS is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures DvsDensia imiiiii: iiiuima nvii, um oU purtV IN AH Hill O! filUCU UeinOLTJUS rtJ .i t.v.ttist.i.1 titul lifstti twiiit tint twtiirit ii'il ri.9iu lands of Tavlor Tlie piosecution closed it pives a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulatesthe liver and imparts new energy to the muicles ,,.,. ,, Mrs. Wilson, then Miss Mattie Scarbor-- , , , and they will join' of violini-tnl,r in chief and the defense will begin this and nenous systfin. Price $t bottle. of the best worm killers and expellers WORM SYRUP is made o. ,lte liappiest .lays of tl(iw lllMl,u.,lH1H j,, Uleir tiery quarters in ougb, spent ., morning. A large number of witnesses OA ....... ,,.,..... two ,,..,,,., profession and therefore ncommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and known to the reliable. Price 5 her school life if they keep on Sma,j wag tllu tlttnictioM Sunday and he linve been examined. The parties live the hot CArUFPS MAGNTTIC PILLS for all User Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick ..uu.n.iic, .Mi.i:s Patty am IIaiiiiuii, a pair of making such nwrltoim. Dick nrren ,.,,,. forth t,ir,.0 tUues. in tMe afternoon " .?.m"!J..'or ,, Price i. wi.i8.r.. unus Ac. Acts asrnthartic I r sale to 35 cents per box. Manufactured and i the trade by the i nu m;j:iu, I.icliiiiond beauties, were guests of Mrs. is the regular democratic nominee, ne is XvWuK in ..neM words the history of ed with the murder of hvan h. nrren, Dunn last week, en route to Leba- a democrat himself from Awayback n"d i,i(1 rt.llliuklli,e uf0 mui wonderful con-a- was brought before County Judge Leo Julia WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Ky. Xe!- non. Mrs. Dtiiiti is now in Pauville to have democrats wishing to be classed ns Vt,r(ii n0 is VL.ry ,mica disposed to Kridnv to being his exaiiiinint! trial. conready, the case was side remain a week. such will vote for him. l)e but he is either very en tber until Saturday, August .1. Countinued Ot miles tho shortest, ! hours quickest between Cyhis M. .ItiMis. 1'eter Hampton, Jan. well ty Attonuy Harding nnd Messrs. Alex iNK.YtiHAiim Caiii:lesnis. A few tertaining or bis audiences are too they Anderson nnd John W. Yerkesnpoeareil Nunnolley, Oscar Jones, J. W. IVnniiig-ton- , behaved to show restlessness, so Will Matbeny and several others invu ni.rt while seekiiiL- shelter from Ben Lee Hardin, tf New Or"m him out" with patient resignation, for the prosecution; 's Harrodsburg, for the defense. front here took in the Parks Hill camp sto'rm which came up while thev were colored brethren of several secret rlri.... for Mr. F. W. Sii.ii.son. Liuo if not actually enjoyment. The excelrairiwrran . meeting Sunday. uenavior, coupieu wmi me supenur societies heileve, or aiieci io oeueve.tnai, Entire Trains Run Through Yithout Change. and Uurdett Wanks, a pair of Mn. T. W. Floyd ami wife and Mrs. Maret in a, management of the camp, considerably ho is in dangerofbeingiuobbedandharg Martha Floyo, of Louisville, have taken i.M,;,.r,i.i .1 biuks, l.e."iiiie eiiet-e- d ft , out the ail at niglit to 'protect" him. , THROUGH CAR SERVICE. -m.tflj048 10 say tliat intelligent peo- ;, rooms ut Mrs. Kate Dudderar's. .Mr. game 01 craps, iney nuaiiy leu out. South. Hound -- Train Xo.i, Pullman llrudoir Hi t nit nukH e a iiiie.l Mint ....r "" i.v...D.., pie of both colors think theie is no dan-iiihiciuiuiuiiuiuWe never saw a Floyd, who is a commercial tourist, says Slcepir' Cars, Cincinnati to Niw Orleans experience. .. .;(ii..niis. 1.1 1. r whatever of a mob. Thev know that ChattaiKH.s;:! to Shroveport. ...o..v... tliiin from 1ltli.'i Stanford is not only one of the best towns m... U HI Illii. lim i .....v..... ...,u.i are Train No. j, Pullman Houdoir IlutTet Sleeplrif tiiI LMin ns more orderly crowd, nor knew so many Hie accused is in a safe place and Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati in the State, but tl- - best place, for a Blanks then went home for until to Jacksonville and Knoxville. people to come together without some content to waitcharge the courts Pss upSleepers St. Lotls i he called it, and returning nrtu ne upon which hois on the serious toNew Orleans via M. A O. Drummer to iiiiiki; iiemip..mi.'i ., i innnea. r'.ir. it ttwxt... I.nr ulintu nt Maret. one striking him in tlie friction. 'Iho nrrangementa ior feetlmts 11... s ." and not '. L .111.1 coming out at tin. li'iek wiuioiu argu numbers are ,',, ,' ' Condensed Schedule in Effect .March 31, 1889. son and Miss Jamie HaLue, of Louisville, side ltev. J. S. Sims is on a foreign tour wiuibuimuug men; v.UIO uiuunuius to uo in Scotland nt last nc-- ! Saturday and paid us a highly seriously injuring him. Maret then taking were hero TIJCAX) UP. fed, no one went away hungry. It fact and was HKAD DOWX. appreciated call. Mrs. Hrown iH one of seized a pitchfork and his antagonist after tho vast crowd had grntilied its np- - counts. TRAINS NORTH?" IKAlNa SOU III charged The will of Millionnire JJanker Geo. No. 4. No. a. No, 4. tho faculty of the Cheiiault Tniversity having exhausted his balterv, 6. petite with better food than many weie W v"".v".'; I ruiijfilliv l.lvi'H lS.V0f.fl tO No 7, 10- 3 No. 5. No. 1. V.n.i It , . ", .'.r .'v.r.' STATIONS. I .Daily. Daily. would hnvu sent him to Lim. Dally Daily Fast raiiv nnd is combining business with pleasure ...sn.i l.tm nml Ex. Sun. Dally. IK. Lim, ' to, the seven baskets of miraculous tlie linpilSl llicoiogjcai scnoui meiu mm ,(m K, Sun, Daily. Lim. Daily. bystanders (listowns for kingdom come, had not iiivnies. ine re uaiiuier tu ins vnav I'Bime 17 in 4 03 p s M p ini 755am L've Cincinnati ... .A'rv 6 4Q a ml 641 pm 1015 am 330pm by writing up tho Williamstown.. ..L've 5 13 a in armed him. Maret is the same negro! story were literally taken up full. Dr. between his seven children. m s 030 a m 9 SJ a m 3 47Pm 9 3pm the Georgetown... 4 10 a m Evans is in charge of the devo o 59 a m 7 oj p m 10 9 p m 734 am i38p m Lexington..,, who ran Perrv Jones with a stick recent- - Morris m 348am' 4 ISpm 7 coa m iJiopj in Tub Chattanooga Xews has this notice it 30pm 7 35 pm 1055 pm,ioa$a exercises and ho and his excellent Fifty breeding ewes and o00 bushels Lve....Lou. S. R. R., Arr, "Kobert C. lv, while he was shooting nt him with i a u'lfii iioiMitsV rnttn(F. (W ii'lmrtt ttuit ilia. of a former Stanford boy: Lvc, ,rr. .HurK'n it - -- - "1 seed rye for s.ile. Jones Ilios " lln .... Hicks, secretary of II. C. tiJBiv. of the Pistol, inankswasnrrestetiniuiorougnt pm'u pm U3Pm 8t tn n ml la 16 a mui 17 am Le... ...Uannlle., .Arr 955am 3 to p m 550am 10 50 p m i ml an examination i" Sam 11 jo pm 530am 10 31 Alabama Gieat Southern freight depot, to town and awaiting a 28 a m a 53 am 5111am 10 30 pm Junction City. While on the grounds we were guests of NEW.AnVKUTISKMr.NTS. 30 am 45n' ,..,. 15 p rn 9 10 p mil in jail. The trial was to oj a m 35 p m 8 30 a m I wjnn twills. .... J Oj il 300pm ,, has received the appointment of con- was lodged Taylor, Mrs. Will Craig and Mrs. 15 a m; uaKuaie..,. 5 35 a m nil nin'n7 ssaa m 0 to p in 35 a m of tho Chattanooga, have occurred Saturday, but Wanks had Horace M. Tnylor, yvIio, altho Presbyte-for- e 0 jo tracting freight ngen' 1000 pm S5am 640pm Ar' v Chattanooga, L've .....m pm 7 35 m 400am mJvcChattinooga. Ar'v vamoosed the ranch. The evening b0-- 1 9 lo.un; 700P 00 a m J5 Home and Columbus inilroad for the Attalla..... o pni 9 49 p m Ar'v av their own cottage, and enter-an4 47an young Walker took him out to milk ' Uirmincham p in 3 00 p m 3 00 ninmliiiiDm L've.....Tuscaloosa., Northwest. The paper also takes occa01 am 6 oS pm! 30 m! leaving him for n minute Wanks i tain their friends as handsomely as nt My Now Houso on Main St., L've' .Meridian ocop in sion to pay him n nicu compliment." 11 15 pm 1 is am .r v. Wo "'.e-wledgtheir many heels and is still at large. 00 ami Ar'v.. New Orleans, ..L've 6 30 a in took to his "' J Jil' Kv. for terms apply to Mr, V. II. Meridian Ar'v! assurances, as Stanford. Sinnford.or to m e at Dam We t rv v. 940 pm 510am L've t....i..! t1. lower end of town saw kindnesses with grateful Mr. and Mrs, ' 6 lop in o 10 am ive jaexson ......nr v CITY AND VICINITY. i.orriE n HDLMLS. well as those shown by 11 as am l. e,... vicKsourx, 4 00 pin him making Maud S. time through ..Monroe., 35 pm L've ....1 to 05 a m na Pi.nASKcall audscttio your accounts, Ar v .Shreveport. yards, but not knowing what Mann, Kditor G. It. Keller and nunier 830P in 000 a m their back en they have been duo since July 1st. I was up made no attempt to stop blm. oua others. Snm Small's Train No. 7, Pullman Houdoir Buflet Sleeping Cars, New Oiteans to Cincinnati closed .yesterday and need tho uionfiy. Kate Dudderar. Shreveport to Chattanooga. It was a careless trick on the part of gagement to Cincinnati. Train No 6, Pullmanllcudolr Uuffet I desiro to soil my farm of 107 acres of land situ which will cause Mr. Ow- Sam Jones, at $150, begins and lasts till Sleeping Car ChatUnooja to Cinciuati 8, Pullman flcudoir and t Train the Lancaster iNVirvnoNsareoiitfor ft Progressive young Walker, if the close. Tlie K. 0. will run another aied on IinnroMiiients pile, IK. mucs lrum Stan sonville No.Cincinnati, via V. & A. andiiffet T.. V, .KG. Sleejjer front Knoxville to and Sleepers JackK. Cincinnati. good, incliiilluis a good to ens to pay $25 tho Bcnmp is over cap- excursion next Sunday, leaving llowlauil ford. FRANK. W. WOOLLF.Y. Irav. Pass. Agt,, Lexington. Kv. and has Angling Pn'ftySven by Mr. nud Mrs. houso with 6 rooms. Place ' D. G. EDWAHDS, Oen'l Pass, and Tkt. Agt. ho having offered that .reward for at 5:!J0 a. m., returning to nrrivo at SiUO on It a good orchard. Apply to C.GAULT, General Manager, tured, JOHN Cincinnati ,Oluo, G. 0. Givens in honor of their visitors, ALEX. HOI.TZCLAW, Stanford, Ky. p. Ji. 49 3t him. elsewhere. mentioned Hon. II. C. Wariibn will speak at Skh our pine and cedar shingles before Tuesday, nt 7 o'clock covering your building. Sine & Mene- and invltcfl Uro. Montgomery to n divisfee. ion of time. July .10, 1889 Thikvks enteied Mrs. Lewis Jones' .Saturday night and took Catt. IheiiAiins is nil broke up over tberefroin 18 hams, 4 middlings anil a ' the runaway of his asistant. Miss Koso was the quickest, most correct and ac MttnaKor' number of shoulders. Hus-touvill- t! t, iiient-liouH- Pete Huston for shooting nt with intent to kill Toy Tenters, another negro, was fined $10. Thin make two shooting for Saturday, which goes to prove there Is yet some life in I he city. A -' G&ITOTICE.; ' For Sal land 4 I ! I wish to sell my farm of 05 acrej situated on TO THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY: .. ... .. ..!.. :.....:.. a. ",ul,"l ...:!. ........... '" """ """ I.o'l will he onened at each voting nl.ici-I- n I.lmoln county on the first Monday in August, IB. to elect a Superintendent of Common Scnouli ? jncoln County, to fill a vacancy cnum! by the death of Ucv. John A Hcgle, former Superintend- - ........ Is ntuatcd upon unM,irjTcZZ ... -- : .. -it. ni sen at n bargain.t U. A. HKNEUICT. Stanford. J,"? i eles mm mm l . j al . T. SX7TTOIT m Administrator's Sale 1 blue-gras- s mei-canti- lo 11 s Saturday, July 11 Car-lisl- hmy) m ii w3Efk - .. I .V. se-ti- Uo-te- l. POSTED. I'ula-k- i, '- li I .Mr.-""K'- , '" lv -. dis-ver- the-e- ui -- - -- I J 1 1 j j 5S-- I 1 '. i ( Stanford Female College !!., ll,lu J. v ... President. . liii-tii- .r.. .'.. 1 iRTrTii2)Tr.imw mon-color- ed Onr-ran- i, 1 r -- - cold-bloode- d MERCHANTTAILOR SUMMER ltich-nion- d, ?-.-o SPRING AND GOODS: A . - i ,,, L I ,.,, ,,. it-- l,,-,- ... ,..,. The Great Remedies p-- to-da- y c, i 1 M . e .,,, ,, "r. med-ic- al V ' i ii-ui- i ll Williamsburg, long-winde- d, 11 Wiek-liil'e- Cincinnati and leans. i 't ! ..-- - 11 i it8 1 ff-- et ' 1 1 I '' m-- first-clas- I ! -, v I . - I i blue-gras- s .1 111, Courier-Journa- l. 1 1 ..... . - ";",-- ; ,- 4 rij-- 11 11 1 11 I U. '" 111 1 1 I 4 ris. -- H 111 d 1 1 1 ! 11 S 1 Hli.-i- n. 1 SlOO-a-da- y EJ&BM FOB S3C33. d I to-da- y North-Houn- !..,, T(rv"" " ," " MP wt'i-i- - ;.:' m "ft- - t F 5. Kissed Another Man's Vife. Bt ftMacftsf tin fi-a- l 4initt ef tin OkimiiksM $5 00 July i, per week flr"ttftwf. "Vou scoundrel "' yelled vouug Jicob Grtxsa, Cottage Kent from Junei to July 1, per week ,t 30 i i. That at the next general eUctlon for Repre At h'n gwod neighbor. Itrown- 6 i j keutatives to the General Assembly It shall le the "Vou kitted Hoard per week after July mj wife upon the .tieet, -- 3 50 cottage llcnt per;week alter July t duty of the several sheriffs and other officers of ought to knock you down "' Single Meal 50 election to open a poll for and make a return to ''That', where jou're wrong," good Drown reptieii llorseawell cared for, per wek 3 00 the Secretarj of State, for the time being nf the i accetitt mild and meek; Kverylwdy it ordnlly Invited to visit us early namei of allcitiient entitled to vote for Represon-i"I kitted her that I've not denied advantage of the reduced tatlves, wlio have voted at the said election fur the seasoti nnd get Uutkisted nor on the cheek; rates. Kespectfully, A. L. SPOONA1IORK, alhni; a Couvetitlon for the purixxe of And did it because she locked to handsome, the f P O. AdJrnss, Stanford, Ky. tug, amending or changing the Constitution. very picture of beauty and health. What Is the j 1 I liat any sheriff or other returning officer secret of it? " replied Green, "tittce yott failing to perform the duty imposed by first sec- - atk it I will tell you. She u Dr. Pierce's Fa- tionol this act, ihall be subject to a fine of six vorite Prescription. I accept your ajWgy. GesW liundred d.llars 000 , to be recosered by indict- - night.'1 Favorite Proscription is the only remedy LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ment of the grand jury in any court having juris for the delicate derangement! and wsnkntsssettvf diction thereof, and shall, upon conviction of such females, sold by druggists, under a Kitle guaroffice failure, be giving satisfaction in every.case. or Mion THE LARGEST AND FINEST which such removed fromhad. by the court In antee of for it returned. conviction 11 ky paid j. That for the purpose of ascertaining the HOTEL IN THE CITY. For biliousness, tick hsvadachtt, indigestion and number of cituena entitled to vote for Repretenta-- , tives within thit State, in the year jSSo, there constipation take Dr. Pierie's Pellets. tw m sliull be furnished, at hereinafter provided to the RATES $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORDsheriff and other otlicers of the election in AuBucklen's Arnica Salve. gust, iWo, a registration book, invvluch theoflicert lite belt salve in the world for cuts, bruises, ING TO ROOMS. of the election shall record the imucs of all citi soret ulcers, salt rheum, fever 'ores.tetter.chap-peMils entitled to vetefor Representatives within the hands, chilblain, corns and all skin erup-- , TURKISH A RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. State at the aid election. The officers ot the tiont and positively cure piles, or no pay requirelection shall l" ex officio officers of registration; ed. It 11 KUiranteed to give r effect satisfaction, and shall have Mid registration book open fort e or money refunded Price S cents per, box. record of s.iid nan.es between the hours of 6a. m., For sale by A. R. Penny. Sunford, Ky. B. and 7 p ill., on the day of the August, ISI9, election, at all thuvutnigplacas In this Commonwealth. The Verillct Unanimous. SUCCESSOR TO ; V. D Suit, druggist, Ilippus, Ind , testifies: And it shall he the duty of all citizens of this Commonwealth whoarc entitled to vote for Repre-- I can reconitiKiiu Kieciric llitteis at the very host M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, seutatlse 011 the day of the nevt general election remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in cv in A"i,'iist, to go before the sheriff and other cry case. One man took six botllet and vsas cured 511 4TH AVENUE. returning officers of said election in llie voting of Rheumatism of u jcart' tpiiiding.'' Alirabam LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. precinct in which they arc severally entitled to Hare, druggist, Ilcllestlle, Ohio, atHrms: "'lliubest vote, and cause themselves to be registered on the telling medicine I have ever handled in my 30 The Nobbiest & Most Stylish at muhiieil voters of this Common j ears' experience is Electric llittura " Thoti(iud wealth; and the names of any and all ciliretis II v 01 otn.irs aaucu tneir tustimony, so mat me Stock of mg in the district known to s.iid officers to be en- - ' uvrdict is unaiifmous th.it Electric Hitters do euro titled to vote for Representative or made known all ilifrnt.. of the Liver, Kidneys or Illood. Only to them by evidenve 011 that day, shall be regis. Imlf dollar a buttle at A II Penny's drug as list vctmg Aiid In the year eighteen Is OnSUIIiptlon ItlCUmkle ? hundred and no other officer thnll be Ever brought to the city of Louisville, now open authorized to make any list or return of the iiiwli- Read the following. Mr C. II. Morris., Now- fiixl voter. of this Commonwenlth, nor shall any ark. Ark.. sav including the "Was down with AbtcuaS of return thereof, except the registration books and tho Lungs, and friends and physician KNOX & JOHN 0. STETSON & CO'S. HATS provided for by this act benude, and ed me me au incurable consumptive, llegan tak-alaws icqiiimng list or returns of such qualified lng Dr. King's Neiv Discovery for Contumptlon, my own importation of English Hats Ami also and Caps. An elegant line ol Canes and Lyon's voters arc liereby npiled, to far as the vssar am now on inv third bottle and able to oversee- the it embritct-work on mv farm It U the finest medicine ever Celebrated Umbrellas always on hind. Kine eujhtetin hundred and eighty-nin- e therein. The total nunjber of votwao made" JesaJ Middlevviirt, Docatur, Ohio, sav: SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, "ball b the true number of cititeiix entitled to "ll.ul It not baen for Dr. Kltijr'a New Discovery vjI for Usspretsintatisewiilnn thit State, for the for Consumption I would have tiled of Lung ' '. v.epSn 1ana No' f qalitV of JclllCO, Lily Gloves and other Furt, a specialty. Orders out- - purpose of ascertaining whether majority or till Trouble' Was, (ivesi up bj doctors. Am now an J Nut Coal in my yard Leave your orden at t side of city solicited, perfect tatitfactior jruarati- - t'i cit tens of this Stale entitled to vole for Rep- - in the ln-- t of hcultli." Smp!t boltl.t free lit euard or a S M vera store iml they u ill 1... ....... 10 promptly, j II. Ill COINS. teed, Doti't lail toordera NOMIIV HAT. '21 ly r sent, lor calling a Convention for the A II Pennt,' druj store 6t Starford, Ky Hoard from Scason Opens June i, '89. June i to . . 1 amending or chengingthe purpose of Constitution. o For sale, IKK) ewes Givens & Cur 5 4. The said registration looks shall be ap- Is a Candidate for Superintendent of PutiVc - 3 propriately ruled and headed, to that ther may, Schoals, tuhlecttollie Democratic Primary Met ter, IMVKinney. lion to be held In October Published Every Tuoeday and Friday An oranpe trust, to control the croj) and it it hereby enacted that the same tliall, bo the Tor recording the votes tar and against Containing six good rooms, situated on Main at, for live years, is the Inst. the c tiling cf the Constitutional Convention, and opposite Mantord female College Applv to K. IVnre sold to W. A. Cash n 3- - for ascertaining the number of citizens entitled to Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub43 MRS HUOli kKID. S3 vote for Representative within the State. It shall ject to the action of the Democracy yeiir-nli- l mare mule for $150. rWhn not 10 paid S2.SO will be charged." 'Squire John llailey bought of Car be the duty of the said oftl.crt of election to proSails, Shingles ind Shoes For Sale. pound to every voter the question: "Do )ou vote ter & Givens 78 ewes at $;.30 per head. for callltic a Constitiition.il Convention or net!' If LOCAL TIME CARD. K.C. H. (r. Gover bought in the East End I such voter shall answer in the affirmative, hit Is a Candidate for Inilcrof Lincoln Counts-- , tub. Ten Thousand Flat Kadi acd to.ooo Poplar LillatMl Shingles, w T Train leaves Rowland at f mi. m returning a buneh of 'J and IJyear-ol- d cattle nt 'i name shall he recorded at voting for tnld Conven- ject to the action of the Democracy. ej 2 CD I have on hind Men's, Women's Misses' and at 4:30 p. m. et JJ w. such ntcr shall answer in tho negative, Children t Shoes, mad Its Alter. f'i,r.iu.l A fn cents. tion; if and Mundcllc, which I will sell m the very lowest 2H. Scott Hudson, of Garrard, sold to n Ills name shall he recorded as soling against said prices 1 have bought thnii and they mutt he L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. E?g CD Fayette county imrtv a lniir of No. 1 Contention; and if such voter matcca no answer It a Candidate fir ns of Lincoln sold My slock l complete and thote who want 0 - o his name shall be recorded or registered ns not v n county, sublccl to tiie actun of JailerDemocratic bargains can get them iv railing, I mean busiMail train going North. . . J 31pm mules for $UL). ....I the W C ItWt.hY e. ' es'" South..., ting upon said question. And it shall be the duty pa")'- t'3ipm Express train " South ... 1137pm t3 p p W. A. Moberly, of Garrard, sold to of the otlkers hulding the election at each votlmg " " " North... .... j a? am combinetl place in the State, to certify the total number of H Local Freight North... , ....030 am Pony Deazley a south.. voters registered, and the number otitis for callSUP"" mare for SIM). p The latter traint also cnrry passengers. ! n Candidate for of I.ini'oln coiinlv. uHt B 1 I). V. Trihble, of Madison, bought of ing the Constltut onal Convention, and to male jeetto the action ot lailer DciKKruic party e P The above it calculated on itandard time Sotar LONDON, KENTUCKY. the out a duplicate certificate showing said facts. The time it about 10 minutes fatter Wilson, of Fayette, 3 combined mures at registration hook shall be by thcui immediately CAPT. FRANK B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR 51!H), il'OOuiurO. sent, at the expents ol the Commonwealth, by mail, to the Secretary of St.ite at Kr.inl.fori, Ken 1). X. Prewitt bought Wednesday of Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First IMVTWl 0 Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of class I'are and Reasonable Pikcs, Day and night i W. S. Beazlev 112 stock ewes nt J?(.o0 tucky, and the duplicate certificate attached to the the I.HKnln Counts' Democracy for the election of Slate oflicrt, and reTrains are met by P ilite Porters ot this Popular per head. Lancaster Xews. " turned therewith as now directed by law. House. J;-t- f. CO The oats crop is harvested and is n 5 3, 'I he Secretary of State in otlice at the con0 very lai-pone. Hay also is abundant, vening of the Gtiiir.il AssemMy nest after the Itn Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County,! election in August, tSJj, shall, immediately upon suDjrii to tnc action of the Democrat.)'. so stock will not sulfur next winter. 2 re F' HVHitssssssssssssssssssH the orgamtation of the same, transmit to each o Hendricks won the Merchants and Houseaititement prepared by him Irom the said If Manufacturers' .Stake of 10,000 in three registration and showing how many On Dwellings, II uwhoU Furniture, St ret, Mer straight heats at Detroit; best time 2:1 SJ. sotes were at the said election cast in futor of said It a Candidate to fill out her father t term as I thandue, At , apply t the old Convention, and the total number ot votct regis- School Commissioner, and rcspcitfitll) iskt the Mr. John Main sold one of the BerkPennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. tered, whether voting for or against, or not at all. support of the voters nf Lincoln county p shire shoat8 advertised in this paper to n The report shall be uade up by counties Me thai I.Uhlnlng clauses attuhed and damages paid Laurel county man for SoO, or about 12J retain the registration books tor the use of examp. re whether fire in.uet or not. I1EO II IIRfCr", Agent. ination and inspection of the next Central Atsrnv 17 cents a pound. Is an Independent Candiiate for Sh ol Super in Crops of all kinds are looking well My. 3- - P. e tendentsf Lincoln County. 6. It shill be the duty of the officers, whose 2 re B along the line of the K. C. in Lincoln, S 3 by law to compareand certify the volet duty it is Garrard, Madison, Clark, Boutbon and for State officers to male out from the certificates ' o 31. Nicholas and the smiling fields b 'token returned with the Stale election as 1. . rK.it.itA ... ri...i. r.v r..-- . 1. & above provided and at the time they certify the tubject to the action of the leni(KrJtic a veritable year of plenty. vitl Iah A via it t.s.,.v.. ..s.vs.1, atLwi votes for State otlicers, a certificate by voting Some of our farmers will make 300 placet, holng the total number ot votes regis I Thi i owder never varies. A marvel purity. bushels of potatoes to the acre and the tered and the number voting far calling a Constistrength and vvholesomeness. More economical S 3 Kourth Avenue, than the ordinary kindt and can not be told in potatoes are so thick in the ground that tutional Convention, and to send the certificate to competition with the multitude of low test, short 0 IIROADWAV - weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in they are pushing out above the surface. the Secretary of State; and l( the registration book provided for above shall, at to any voting cam. HOVAL I1AKINO POWDER CO., Harrodsburg Democrat. All persons knowing Iheinselvct to be indebted iS 106 Wall street. New York. place, be lost, destroved or not returned, then the Mr. John Bright had two fine Berk- Secretary of State in making the report to the to M. I. Richards, either for goods or tettont of colts, willsave trouble by settling same vstth James shire pigs to die from eating smart weed (ieneral Assembly, shall ute the information in Krvc as I have put them in hit hands for settlesf' , M. L. RICHARDS MT. VERNON, KY. and five others to get terribly sick from the certificate at to any such dlttrict or precinct, ment ue the certificate to show it. They had been penned up and went nnd he shall,ormoreover,the registration book DENTIST. n This eld and lloteljit ttill maintain has not S. O. DAVIS, lor that he has for it very ravenously, but were soon each voting place in each county named in ud log itt fine reputation, Charget reasonable. SpeCHICKEN Office on Lancaster ttreet, opposite cojrt-hoiiStanford, Ky. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, cial attention to the traveling public vomiting and writhing in the greatest c.rtirw-atc-. Al. P NEWCOMIl. Prop, I 7. It shall be the duty of the Secretary nfbute agony. ! t M1 VKRNON, Ml Vernon, Ky, " the adjournment of U ueaent A.semoiy A Wisconsin tobacco raiser, having! . . to make out the form of a registration boak and Office nest door to Whitehead's Drug tore tried the raising Of the Weed Without cert,icaiet to be made and used at herein g With Special attention given to diteatet of children with SUch Satisfactory results, is ed, and to furnish the same to the Public Printer f. & going it on a large scale this season, with forthwith; and It shall be the duty of the said PubSTANFORD, KY. make up and bind in the usual form Manufacturers of Tine Saddles and Harnest, in .many of his neighbors following suit. It lic Printer to HARRY A. EVANS, one registration book, with a certificate thereon, everv ttvle and finish known to the trade. Race s .. i it , is ciaimeu ,i... .1.. cureti teal Ofice on I.ancatier Street, opposite me iiini will le far each voUng pUce in ,he Sute. ,0 thr dupll- and trotting Kquipmentt a specialty ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, Having removed to ihit pUce from Liberty, tc No. St Katt Main Street, LEXINGTON, Ky. n,l ihn rnunn- certificate, and thinner if left to rineil ill this WiV. mill I v , . .. praclireliit profession, calls the attention l the if KY. same to the several sheriff., wh shall STANFORD, pub lie ta the fact that he will be read) at all hours about as large a vield per acre can abo tend the dav or niirhttn answer alls in town or cistililrr. they are delivered and used a, the various be Secured, besides saving labor Of SU(k- Thirty yean ofhit lite were spent in Stsnf.rd and i voting places as herein required. , Engineering and Surveying in ne ucetns it unnecessary tpeat, 01 rut anility at lerill" ".' ,, .. Whereas.a vacincy having occurred in the 1$ Ih.t at.y orticer failing W do or to perform ' aphyslclin and surgeon A share of the patronall branches. SOltl to SCOggaU UrOS., OI an J. Keril office of School Commissioner for Lincoln county, age ot the people of Stanford and vie Rity is asked ot ()e acts or Uutie cnjint?a tipon htm ts- the . .,.. oy turn i cautcuoy inc ueasn QU1SV11 e., 1" uukic.ss .1.1 suciciu ,. .. - ..f or,lpr-- ,l fivtlir rnnrl th.1t the Sheriff .if Lincolnti ""v.o lOr SIMM) mil ' tnirU, r.,.,l, mill, ....h n.t ..t-n-.,.....--,.. luystii " I li:lU- - till act, shall be subject to a fine of five hundred county be and he is hereby commanded to cause bought for same, of McCiilltOck s an election to be held in laid county en the C. A. BENEDICT & CO., be recovered by indictment of Tnvlnr lliomp-- , JU 'i03 '. six minis lor ..'Olf. Monday in August ta h I the vacancy in any grand jury tn any court having jurisdiction SOn of Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, WUOrUUS ll UirtSlier, thereof, and .halt, upon conviction, fee. rcmaved Said election is to be held by the oflicert nppoin- ted to hold the regular election in said county on B.IJ'S he llllS threshed 7,000 bushels of fromeftice by the oaurt in which taid conviction FORD, KY . said day and in all respects be conducted iu the same manner at the regular election; and the . heat this year, the best crop being for is had of dollars worth of sheriff is directed to give notice of the same by n Mr. Hates, of FllVette COUlltV; li'i acres i a. That it shall be the duty ot the Seereuary :hickens the every year from Choi door and ,,,king 075 bushels, 45 bulie"ls per acre. of State to have this act advertised in one weekly' advertisements posted at the Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished r.i. It is more fatal to chickens than factory prices. newspaper having the largest circulatwn in each Paris ews. lication in the Interior Journal, a newspaper pub-- . ill other diseases combined. Uiit the G II COOPER, -lithed in Stanford, Ky. county of litis Commonwealth, wherein there it; ' Clerk Lincoln County Court. HOSLTT.IN-FRF.IMAChapter 19. 4i HULL. such paper published, for two weeks, and- two fj litcoyery ol u rcnieay tnat An act for taking the sense of the zood reonle of the daily papers of the city of Louisville fdr ten, infs it has been made, and to be coti ! this Commonwealth at to the necessity and ex- - d tys immediately preceding the elettiim; and in, inced of its cthcacy only reiuircs a redienLV of calling a Convention toamend the every countr said Secretary shall cause to be No ri II. F. II II rial : bottle is enough foi e door a copy of this act,' Constitution, nnd to prov ide for ascertaining the ' posted nt the few cu Will I, permitted to at my staone hundred chickens. It is guar- nurr.her of cttiient entitled to vote for Hepresen printed in handbill form, for at least fur contec- ble on Ijsncsstvr pike in unurbt of biaaford, at utive weekt before mcli election tatlsct within thit State. of Throo DollrvrH by tho mohhou, and a fee of iiiteed If, after using E. H. BURNSIDE, joccni ns .vim ivrnt. in gtoosti. paynnty in ad10. It shall be the duty of the 1'jblsc Printer Wheress, Experience hat pointed out '.he nebottle, the buyer is not thoroughly vance, with the privilege or breeding till the cow cessity of amending the Constitution, and the ex- to tirint ten thousand copies of this act upon a satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken prnvet to be with alf No Hotel In Kentucky has a btter reputation, pediency of calling a Convention for that pjrpose; separate sheet of papsr and deliver thesn tft the, Tills young bull Is hoi naly of thr vers best 'holera, return it to the undersigned and its proprietor it determined that breeding, but ts tndividullv a very .usserissr and w hercat, the General Assembly of this State, Secretary of State, who shall fjrwarsl the same to shall b: maintained He will not tail t,pr-ducparticular sisi v.,;ir iiioncj- - win ucreiunucu. by virtureot the prov if ions of an act approved the ccunty clerks ot th various counties in this, Milk cowt of uie highrst escellencr lloth vr hv stle McRoUrts A isgg, Stanford January 18, 136, having a title sim.l.ir to this act, State, in such nutubert as to provide at least two ,, hit tiedwrs-- and hi indiridualuv guar tntce this a 'Ine cattle have for several and puruanto the provisions of the Coiititution, copiot thereof for esch voting precinct; said clerk He hat recently added to its appointments stMMSfts taken the lead in the blosd.d stile mark submitted said question to the good people of this shall deliver the same to the sheriffs r oth.r et by commanding under live hammer the highest State at the general election of Representatives officers a;ting in the place therenfj and lr, prices, and hating theapaliy t" prof m nmtr ' h 'Id therein on the first Monday in August, 1U7; shall le the duty el such sheriff or oth-- . milk and butter than anrother brscd and as much vnd as good hsref I h.y will noi tail l reiam their Also and wheieas it appears from the returns of said er officer to post, one copy ot tW act at W II MILLER lead in popular fm-CillASs, ' election, now on rile In the office of the Secretary each voting place, and another copy at sttie A First-Clas- s I have for sale twortnc of Stale, that at the said election a majority of all suitable public place in aid precinct fiur week rrisiered Hulsiein-I'rei-ia- n THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE hull calves and tit arjd heifer alf To accommoda'e tie demands '( his increased the cttiient of thit State entltlesl to vote fur Rep prior to the election. Any officer tailing t V II MII.LFH, transient patronage. I'est I urnouts furnished reswitative, voted for catling mid convention; and (r m in thit vvctism of thit the duties SlanforJ, Ky. i Commercial Travelers and other. I & vvliereas, the provide! that, at itt act shall betinsd for each and every failure twen. CENTRAL KENTUCKY next regnlar stsion tucceediug such election, the ty dollars, to W recovered in any contt liavdng therot Uvneral Assembly shall direct that a similar xlt 5 11 Tins act s'a I take effect and be ill force ssL'- -i s'aall be opened, aud returns made at the next from and after its pasuge. Approved January ao, lMtk ;,-;-.: I genera. ..cu,n held in aid Sut for Rcprettjiita- SQUTH-WESSemi-Week- ly Interior Journal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. W. F. McOLARY For Rent or Sals. a poll-bon- rrcn YiCAR.iy advance t. W. I. DAWSON IIandH()iiicNcvJCottac, OTIS P. NEWLAND SAM OWENS a -- Tnrn-rvlll- G. S. CARPENTER JACKSON HOUSE. OOYAI jpBf5 J. N. MENEEEE rMlWf H m z " HOC poll-boo- E. 1. KENNEDY EstabliNlicd 1825. poll-b.o- MISS KATE UOGLE FOE I1TSURA1TCE r ? W. F. NII.IwS n POWDER Absolutely Puro F. Hrinklcy WOOD WALLACE pall-boo- tf Settle With James Frye. itf Mon's Outfitter WM. ADAMS & SON, Louisville, Kentucky. HOTEL. LEXINGTON. W. U3. IFIE IsTISTlT e ti-i- NEWCOMB KY. IA1TTEE' Cholera Cure ' II. B. WILSON, I.V. Sj-t- s prosid-toppin- THOMPSON BOYD, i7-t- 0. H.M'ROBERTS, M.D., Caurt-Kou- i. . 1 ... 1 , ... ri. r.,i,rii. , - ; ORDER 1 OR ELECTION. "'at i I - 1 -- -. -- ih cj-i- 188-1- ,,... "tan Thousands court-hou- se ' ""SI - N THE MYERS HOUSE Captain Anglic Wayne trvj Wrri s court-hous- ; Proprietor two-third- s 1 Hulstein-Freism- Pool and Billiard Parlors Livery Stable zEi Kentucky Central R.R. "llll'K ItOI'TK, J r n. HALE'S WELL, -- I jun-ilictl- I I. II. BRUCE, -- , ,v l m v.i: stable, KY. COM I T. rj STANrnltD. SPECIAL FAST MhltLlAL ug'u jn-- old. SCIIEI)II.L Souib Hound LINE .fc HETWEEN LEXINGTON APinNTION - 1 Z& l trattlers Horses and miles uu) vel M N K I CINCINNATI. Et, MAV If, lUkj No I ,i.-Onlv firt-cla- sAlso agent f r th, lc "d in uery i. Sun D.iiv No r? Ex hun. 1 l 111 WALTER A. VOOD HARVESTING CO. ) ! 1 26-t- W.-ll,- THE GALT HOUSE, V N N..V I M C i: D Only one Night out to New York. Solid Vestil i.le,l Trains to si a hi 017 p mi 4 o 11 10 a mils) t pm 5 o 11 00 p m 11 ,a ., m t to a in ii 5 4J 6 jo it 05 p m .. .. '..'..V, 7 30 ' J P HI' 4 P .. . . Stanford..., 1 5a p mi IZ. I.ve Richmond ... 1 45 p in Arr lines p rn 3 Arr Lexington.. 5 f" p in I.ve l.ve I.ve rr Falmouth, Pans Cm. mnuti Covington " 8 JO i" am I II M 00 p rn iS I'm, loypn ' It p m P in 11 m p m pm p m '" ll North-Houn- d. No- - 3. rfo. 0.J. d R. GEOGEGHAN, rci j I lii, I.ve Livingston. S 00 in I.ve Her 10 c a in Arr Richmond,. II 45 a in I.ve Stanford .. ? a Pasting all the Famous Virginia Springs by dayI.ve 7 4 m light and arriving at Old Point Comfort and tne Arr Lancaster Richmond.. 45 in Sea Shore the next afternoon I.ve Richmond." I 40 II 6 'lime Card in Effect July 1, 18S0 Arr Winchester j 3 J" P III 7 10 'I Arr Paris l III' 4 IO 7 tS Lvc TastMail r'ailVV; Past I.ve LexiugtonT. 3 45 P m 7 no a in J 45 pm Paris EASTWARD. Daily Express. Lxpie 4 5 P m 8 a 111' p m I.ve Falmouth . 5 30 P in 9 53 a ml I Daily Ex Sun Dally 13 p m 3 Arr Covington. .. p in 10 3J a in 7 07 p m 1$ I.ve Stanford n m n j a; am Arr Cincinnati ij 31 6 45 l in'io ic ml 7 35P " Lexington 11 n am 6 j" pm 7 jo am On theMaytyille Branch. No vMiicuetier la 15 pm 6 5S I'm t iq .1111 o.leavet Pant at " K. U. JllllCtlOSI...' I Q.1 pl, "' at 5 45. P m, arriving at MVv'.s an. sterling 17 pin 7 4o pmj I ji am No tl?.,5'am' ""' 1'restnii 1 oj pm a 6am a in, at Vr Ve,av,llea', " Morelic.nl 3 m Jus, 8 41 pm 10 jj am ' ' Olive Hill 4 01 pm 05 am . Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Now York, ii 111 ' . .". 11 . 1 arr poll-boo- k j HAT world-renown- d tr. " New. Vork " Richmond, ' fiunttngton t in' nue nuipnur. "I Charlntttville.. ,. " viithington, " llaltimure . . n " I'liila.lelphia OldPeliitComforl Norfolk - " " 1 .ASllUIIlt t iiieutuurg. ... 6 05 i 0 to pil. 111 45 pm pin; i jo am1 3 ini 6 ta anVio 43 pm 11 00 am. 4 03 am 40 pm 1 1 0 Jl pm 19 pin ij t 55 pm' 9 0 33 inn,!! 9 30 pm 3 a 40 pin1 I f 50 pm! 8 10 am ol am 10am " if o is 05 n m 30 am pin! 11 uo a o pui pmiit pronounc-certificat- ll 03 EsV3 leaves Lexinctnn 10 m n.i..:. . n.., 10 4i am: except Sundav No itet(.uii!innai ci,nni:arrlMl'l.nn...i. 730 pm: except Sundav , i ". 7 leases lalnioiiifi Am-i.n- . ...w...- nstl 7 (c am: excent Snn,l.i., No it lenses Cinniinati 30 am: arrives "'" moiith 10 jo m; Sunday only No. 33 leases I'.ilii.uuil, 4 .,,.!.... T.i.r ' lt). nrtive, c. cinnvti t, if 1, IralnNotet-N- o. 1 :. o. riiiitt" ilail I..... uriween i.rx mo. .....i c7AcV;ma..and u'if.Tg.'I.u1 r"M J" "43 -11 ,11 ..- -: swaaK'- '! P'. - " '""""" j rltred Attention, Coal Iluniers. ; j 11 ' tivt-.vu- e I Ramming, fast Vestihuled from .Now York nnd W,,,ch"w all oisi.rn points arrives at Winchester 4 "4 n m and I exitiiton 4 17 p in daily. Fast mail from I luiiiiugion ami all judnts east arrives Winchesat and depart from the Centra I ter it 55 a m and Lesinjtoii 11 4c noon daily Ex. ln o lVnarr cipt Mimlay. Fast exiir.tt frow Huiitington, Parkertbiirg and VIilnig arrives LexiuL'tou loss p m dull) Olive Hill acroniinodaiiou m rives Winchester anil Lexington 10 a in; leiivea Lexington 7 lo a j 40 p 111, Winchester 6 40. ...ss t r At SoV'- - 'J? ?,.Vr,A,.,.1 For tickets and information writeor antiir to II. W. 1IARNHV .'licks,! .I11.n1 .... v. ..r... .. ... ..' A H.E Hf.VTINOroN.Ocneral uvu.viiir.Kii, irav rats Agt, .Ma,Beri I L MlRI'UV.Oen'l Pass Act OFAPR L D. VA HRINU'ION j.IV P , Lexington, Ky Clumber ufComiumt) OFFICES llu.ld.ng. Cnc.nna.i, 0 111 .rt'VtS,:!"'!--..- . TTvily" 'Irta. ' !L