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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. I rv A splendid brick hotel nml 10 acres Tho Harrodsburg fair is drawing a The death of Uobort K. Hariow, Tie probabilities arc that Miss Kate at Ills residence near Ulo will Kot the largest number of in Iota (or Hale. M it ret it Cress, Mt. Ver- liberal per cent, of our people to her which occurred .. wiij,,,1u t.ver received non, Ky. :tt. show this week. town Tuesday tuoriiiiiir Inst at 7 o'clock, VlJtU( tmt .Somo ono slipped into the residence removes one of tho very best men tlinl in thin precinct. All democrats should come out car- of V. Maiinini Tuesday and stole u lino lived in this or any other comum- over Mr osuy .Stanley, of Danville, has ly, ami work ami vote solidly for Sharp, gold watch belonging to Mrs. Mannini. nity. Ho came to inn coumj noin l)Wn eii).ed to teach in ChriMtian and J. C. Masonlieimer (Trapper) left on Clark in 181, briiiKimt with him his lec next year and will spend tho rest of Twelve years yesterday James was Miss Jane Hush, and the milliliter in Holiciliiii; for tho school, Marut was installed railroad iigent at Wednesday for Lexington, where he will Kood wife, who locating wheie they have since made A party compoiedol' of .Mrs. Cieorire this place. In that time lie has not lost take the road for a wholesale tobacco their home, soon became noted for their WYthei fold, Mrs. FrankShipinan, Miw a day by sickness and only 50 days on house. Kowland - Tliielo will shortlv move ..ir. V!t s!Ho and Jessie Cook, Ida, Uziw and ' leave of absence. - AT - deeds ol love ami ciiaruy. in i,lt0 ,,,e spacious store-roorecently Harrow profemcil religion during u ' Illmiche Tuldwull, Messrs. Harry Hock- littler Lackov, an obstieperotiscoon, l;lig's jowehy utoreon Main vlval hel.l by Kev. A. V. hallne and vtf Wji win,,. had got it iiito his head that he cute'1 b Carioll Jtvnl and united with tho Baptist Church, of u c Wcathcrford, returned .Saturday could take the town, got on n bonze, was street. Tlie tiial of W. W. Taylor for slioot-- , which his wife was already u member.1 noin ,, tL. llliys. Ntfiv nt Cumberland nnested, jailed nnd lined $10, and is now Knterint; into the trne spirit of his faith, K(tns. They report a 'koo1 crowd thcie running an Irish biiguy, hauling dirt ing Punloin, referred to in our last letter, ended on Monday by tho accused being ' ho bepin u life of christian devotion and ul)lj hiiy if y,nl Hant t( )e troattMj j U)y. from the jail yard. to answer at next (term of which has ever since ,,l Htylejnxt pjdown and jrive oc Ou- huinblo piety, The report of the proceedings of tho held in tho Hoylo circuit court. characterized him and made him one of ,., .', viamv t you Kentucky I'ress Association, gotten out Htniiier. Mr. William Wanen, president of -- Miss Ada Taylor, of Diiimville, is by tho Inkkiiiok Joi'ii.VAi. ollice, has just the model men of the county. Though . . .. in i.li..h..:ii.. 111m-'vv no oIl'spritiK came to bless their union, vittitiiiK friends "and relatives in this been received. .It .is a .highlv creditahiu r"" iiiniMiiii a "U""""J n..-- .. k.ii...i Mr. and Mrs. Harrow have raised inoro ,.jKhborhuod. Miss Ida VanAisdnle, of work ami reflects credit on our worthy ,m9 ordered from a Cleveland, O., linn a XTT1 1 J Kl ' neat iron bridge to children ami educated as many as any HarrodsburK, is xisllin her uncle, Mr. secretary and his otllce. sjmii Knob Lick, a , couple of our knowledge. They have c c VanArsdale. Miss VanArsdale -J- udge George T. Farris, of Ijiurel, little nortl1 of 'illedgeville. " will have the chair of IMles I.ettres in has announced himself a candidate fort ways had children with them and 't is quite likely the procution will parents wero ever more devoted to their christian College next year. Miss lies- the legislature on the democratic ticket ,JU rem,' for trial " Saturday, of Heatty wellfare than they. For years Mr. Har-- j Hio .Moortff ,,f iMnville, is witli the murder of tho and is now making a heroic cauva-- s 0f AVicklillV;, ulnirK-row has been tho superintendent of the fimiiIy o Mr K .Mcc0rmaek. II. W. this and Laurel counties. Mr. Farris fo Kvan S. Warren. It is not known whatj to which llaptist Drye left for Caldwell, Kansas, last week a man who would rellect credit upon his preparation uie iieluuoe lias made. c. Ice "I- L- whole hwirt seemed devoted. Ho knew t0 makf it his future home. Wo wish constituency if elected, and from present 'b' expects to complete his ohlld personally and in lil, every little iepnone line oetween tliis place, Mitch- all tliuui-wthat his most sail- - indications Ids friends are led to hope kindly way would eject each of them wlllu. i10M,H jl!lve vcXutVK Ml, t,at j1L. that his race will be crowned with sue- -' eusnurjr. rarKsvnie ami I'erryvillo this week, and we can theu get the vote of with a shako of tho hand, coupled with wiU jjroti,. cess. ,iauy ,vieil()iUlt (TU:ny some pleasing or clieerimr remark. He t,r WUB ,0,,i,ir ,uro , m )e ,iC(i. ASOlT'SgWIiRiEj-TO- P -- J. J. Hray and family, who moved Uoyle county won after the j.olls dose. Mr. J. M. Wallace ami wife will in a was never nbsont fnnn his duty and if to Missouri live months since, have re- A implkFihiiMokv.-bass weighing turned to Itockcastle. One by one they 'w ,,n.v leave for a two weeks' sojourn the day was inclement ho would m.ko an early start to church and drive around (one pound in ISM) was returned to to drop in. uiey can t stay awav. r.. i. uaugn-Fish- , .ui. oonu will entertain friends at his home! in Ids rockaway for those who would tho Potomac with a small sleigh bell who tried Kansas for a month, is been unable to go from any cause. taclied to its tail with a wire. A few with us again after chilling two weeks in; on the evening of the 5th, in honor of The section, the church and this school days ago it was caught with the bell the land of the Jayliawker Mo-Misses fcmitn will sadly miss him. His place cannot1, stilt attached, the iish weighing six schack tientry while logging a few days One hundred thousand pounds of be supplied. Foremost in eery good pounds. This may seem like a llsh sto- - since had a log to roll over and seriously hemp, belonging to Judge J. K. Ssumrall, word and work, he was a model man and ry, but some of our readers may remein- - hurt him. " valued at j,000, together in the bass caught in n ciiristian in its fullest sense, and his her that a H. MeCreary, W. T. building in which it was stored, were de- Hons. James loving example will live long after his the eastern branch live years ago was Tevis and Geo. T. Farris spoke to a large stroyed by lire Tuesday about 7 o'clock. tlesh has returned to its mother earth. returned to the water with a penny tin audience at the e here Wed- - Nothing is known as to the origin of the During the war Mr. Harrow was provost whistle attached to its tail. Three years nesday. M"ssrs. Tevis and Fan's led oil' fire. I marshal of Stanford and in iNll unrolled later the bass was caught near the same with short but pointed and well deliver- -- Mr. P. A. Marks and daughters are t fifrP IR StflRK the citizens for draft, in both of which' spot. It still weighed a. pound, hut the ed speeches and was followed by the spending a few days at Linnetta Spring. VMtltUt U IIUUGI IfUtlO I atWOJO .Vow capacities ho w as guided by a fund of whistle had grown into a fog horn. "People's Congressman," in which State Misses Lettie and Nellie Herkbank and good sense and a neer failing spring of Orleans Picayune. and National issues were discussed in a brother Sam, of Atlanta, Ga., were stock christian charity. These olllces, togeth-- ' way and elicited many compli- - peeled in Danville Thursday to spend ilie hand of 'votir best girl mav rest er w tin position In the Internal reven- - iMHSivdy in yours, with the assurance inents from all present. Tho democrats the remainder of the heated term with1 ue department, held for several vears, were enthusiastic and hapitv. They say their aunt, Mrs. Lizie Irwin. . .. . . . . ... t rt i GlassGroceries, .!.. inn nnj i'huiii Mi.M'tlSI lllU ..x...... Ill ... i:..i..i.. illlll tho ri'iiiililipdii maloritv will. .be cut down ni'iv I.lu n.llt .lllllllt. ". ..vv. ..... ill.ltlll .i... 1......1 Ul t!... iiieuenirai Kentucky ...i . 'ry lltlllll illliVlllin K'Hk ilUllilt B...1.I.... Hint , ..IV ...i.v,. ultr. I... PUUUVN ...i.l Ij.r.nit...!i. tillti.il m.- W 113 tlllUl? i wk iuui promises to De one 01 the Confections, lovingly upon you; the hand of the a great deal at tins election. . us wel ns siicere regret. He was do,"k From indications nnd the manner in best yet held in Hoyle county. Quite a l),,i,,t ,0 tl,t' ,li,1,u'r ,,0,,p- "" Tobacco. ......I f i..,. Irnnt i,i- . . , , ,.,...... which our citizens are working in tho, number of horses are entered for the ..v... , ..,.,m.v..M. ,vw, ... . . pronouuo paralysis mid the doctors had show; vou be liaud-euoug h witli niatter it appears mat wiitsKy selling in irois, irouiineni among tliem are the ed him out of danger, but .Monday night For the past .Maceys string, whom it will he remein- ri',voIu,r-t. ',,, OI, ., tniin tliis place will oon cease. he was taken with terrible nausea and , i,, ,,nl I10lIl (,llltft week nightly meetings have been held bered won several purse, here last vear Wl w after sutlering through the night ilie.1 WHtai.vo(ll lmlllIof foHr IKetl w hen the at the chinch and various plans have with their pheiioiniii.il ttotter Hosque Main and Somerset Streets. P. next morning, lho funeral took place for ri.lding the town of Honita. been iucreaMiig. . .1... ..1......1. I... 1a(i...I ail null iiilmta. ' ..v.. ..v..... II. K. Woolfork, editor of Ul IIIU IIUIM II lll'iuim the great nuisance. Those in It will often b found that cows prefer the trallie were waited upon by commit- - the Advocate, is riistieatitigontheshoresi day evening, llev. lieorge Hunt ollicia- tees, who requested them to discontinue of Lake Michigan, his chair is being till- ting in an impressive and appropriate to drink stagnant water, even almost Then hundreds of friends fob thy, from p'XU, than to take that the hale of spirits, with a promise that if ed by Mr. Joe S. Moore, the biilliant the remains to Hulliilo Spring drawn from the well. It is not the clean- - they did so the intluence of the coniinu- - young editorial w riter, who also as see- Cemetery, w hero all that was mortal of nUN, of the well that the cows object to, nity would bo brought to bear with tho rotary records with equal ability the pro- ,ni hs eohlnets. Iave the well water Commonwealth's attorney to lllc away ceedings of republican conventions. To a good man and noble ciiristian was con-J N M EXE FEE A C SINE to the air a any indictments that might he found Mr. Mooie s credit, lie it said, he is dosigned to dust. He was nearly M years iu tubs or troughs expo-seof age and loaves a wife nearly as old to few hours in "iinimer. The cows will against them next court, hut if they per- ing hi work with ability and maiked grieve for a short time on earth, before drink more freely, give mote milk and sisted all etlbrts would lie made to biiug vigor just on the eve of an election. . . fist f Deak's lit mere are a lew old white men in fining liim in Heaven, to ing forever do lwdter every way for it. Filthy water them to justice. John Pioctor, who had the praises of the redeemed. May this thoy sliould not b allowed to drink, at a hoiwe near the depot, at once closed llairodshurg not verv "technical." bis c.tblihnieiit. Tom McChne, who Kobeit Mayho, a distinguished colore consciousness cheer her in Iter lonely so- lent while giving milk. to feel that the Sav-- ( kept in the "Jollelds" did not heed the citizen of Danville, went there Tuesday Journ and make her Etc., Lnllis, Some of the old inhabitants as they lined and is with liis iuioiiche to haul pasengeis to lor is indeed the God of consolation to warning and was ane-teAWT3D shake their head say that tho weather now liehind the bars. Tho onlv renmin and from the fair grounds. He the widow was ue t have been having very uloely iviii. Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, of huimstur. died -J- ohn (.ill. ni,,ullllll.IIt in ,OWM j, ivi.ig low on the btreet slioitly aftei Ids at rival by when the chohm, prt-- . AVednesdny night of consumption, aged j I.h t . int ol 1M... ,.. men, one of whom nml .. M vmHUmy wlU.hwl- A ,w several large-.ix- el A1TD .i. . l1"8 iiiiil iir.lni- I..H. 'ii.i lum heeil fonneil to said. 1 O I me t he lil.int tilniiL-n- l .v .v..llnv 7 He leaves a wife, who was ' riiiin.liiiiii2iv'ii .mil IlirYki. ii'lifi fir.i ..,.,... .......v. i.l lli.i Cedar and Locust Posts. ..,.....,-...........- . pu-- h Maggie Klnnaird, and four children, lib Warren the oik so well begun. Whisky son of a blank who hold II carry a t ill to We ofeerth."B o""1' ln a firstclaj Lumber Yard. ..vtni,. ts Hsttinnteii ut fiom sMt).t)0l) to comiori in it. i nere were no uies uur- - will have to go. u one u nigger Kiiieu nun. Met out oi A, C. SIXE, lluuness Manager. .llW,(XiOf most of which he accumulated lug tlie "cholera year." This slimmer town; we'll give you just five minutes to t 11 ...... ......, ,1. Willi. iiiisiitiri. iiniz (IOSO:in ... po, ts that he didn't use FARMERS, iri,i w...m liOO by his own exertions. The funeral will tho uies are as iiuiueinus as ever. olTe'une. FOR SALE OR litforgetown Times. ., jj of lis flVL 10 o'clock. been granted a patent tor a log nooin. before he "eot ot .Marion inn it, i.incoin, uarum anu aniiiK-tooccur this morning at liters of in rind all the news rel.nin; to ill Gocd House and Lotat Mayvvood. Suitable for principally of out; syndicate couipo-eT. (. Klliott, spoken of a- - a promt, (ten. t'assius Clay writes to the Cou 011 lot. terest to them in the "H VHP A rPT? doctor or teacher l.ood & Ohio, D L. STU'HEXSOX, the leading paper of AD Apply to fanner, is dead in Pulaski. good a man tho owners of the Chesapeake ncnt "Sharp is as Central Kentuck). issued I uusday .mil Friday of Maywood, Ky. headed by Mr. Drexel, have bought tho ' In answer to Miss Lena Hamilton's each week, $tper ear bend 50 tcuts and try it 41 as Colson, vet I shall vote for Colson. WAYNESBURG." Tlie Stale has ceased to be a factor In Warm, Hot and Healing Springs in Vir- - breach of promise suit for $15,000 at. for three months Address II O lloyle, llusiness 13 STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. politics. This is a national race after ginia. Tlie plan of development includes Maysville, J. J. Shackleford alleges that Manager, Danville, Ky Horn to the wife of I. C. Singleton, all." All persons wishing a pleasant life and well Covington. a branch road from he is and was at the time ho lefused to SALE! on the 2Stli, a girl. This is the ilrst and let them use 1'atent Flour made st la Epitaph For a Shoemaker. A toinado in marry plaintili', alllicted with a loath-anStanford Roller Mills, Call for it at your groIke appeals to be happy. good .Milk Cows for site, all cery, and if they have not got it on hand, urge a mm A. M Felindhas llre live! Hukovina swept over several thous- - some disease of such nature that it must N. S. Reynolds, for many years a thoroughbred Shorthorns, with calves 10 dnys old, them to keep it. or get an order from them nnd That don'i ivfutc and siiuaio miles of territory. Hundieds necessarily have been communicated to having had calve within 24 hours of each other. get it at the .Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant To mike and mend and interesting family deacon in tho Haptist church and one of of persons were killed, the crops weio plaintili', and probably to their oll'spring, A (rood chance to xet a good cow and a thorougho3 W X. POTTS, Superintendent. Vour boon and hei, the oldest Masons in this community, lestroyed and enormous damage was should he marry and avail himsol of his bred bull calf cheap. Also have some nice youn; lllk leathpr is ced. an.: vr.is buried in Lee's died on the 'J7th Hit work U quiek, bulls read for service. conjugal lights. done to houses and churches, A M. FEI.AXD. 37 Cemetery by tho fraternity. Kev. Win. His profit! arc small, brought in tho U. S. Suit lias been Stanford, Ky. lint he ches no tick, She Wonders If. Cross, of Somerset, preached the funeral court at Covington against I). It. Nugent, ROWLAXD, KV., Arvl ivherhs diet congregation that had The maiden in a hammock lay, senium to a large He fears no coals, of Biirbourville, for $J,MX) for refusing to Dealer In The day was fair and bright, pay the last tribute of gathered to Ai he has iai ed lill his contract to furnish Farrin, of CinThe youj nun sat not far away Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps to their deceased friend and brother. many soles So l'ro) Times cinnati, 7f0,000 feet of lumber after havGaud un the plc.iMint sight. LARGE ROAX COW with RED XECKand white back, marked with two slits in the lelt ear. Ho said he was prepared to go and ready llcots, Sliaei, Clothtnj. Hardware, Queens-ving contiacted to do so and receiving The mesh her rouuotd form entwined I'aken up bj Mrs Jose K. more abwiit May tst, Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve. ire, 1'lnware, Furniture and a 1SS0, and for tho summons. belore me by ItnUrt Frederick In soft embrace, at ease; . bruises, S?S'2S of tho money. The liesi aale in the world for s Elmoreat J15. This Inly 1, 1880 Ccnoral Lino of Groceries, We read in the I.ntkuiok Jocknai. sores, ulcers, nil rheum, feer mores,cull, Kach ripe perfection, f. J PLC icttcr,chap. HluH 41 Tlie increase in internal revenue re Fanes- Candies, Canned Goods, Ac. She wonders if he ves. of the '.'ltd that yesterday was the day set ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup-- , for the year ended Juno HO, ISS'J, All kind clPrduce taken in exchange for goods. ceipts for tlie examination of the oaudidaUs llins and positively cures piles, or no pay rcmr-ix- l She turns half round to catch his ce, & MARET, CRESS It is Kiiarantced to lie perfect satisfaction, over those of tho preceding year, weto Moved by coijuetrj'. law, for (superintendent, but none of them I'ricu 15 cent, per box. $Ii,.)CiS,.i;7. The total teceipts weie$i:0,-S0or money refunded The hammock tips- - the while skliti came to time. This was a mistnko and For sale by A K Penny, Stinford, K REAL ESTATE AGENTS ',V2, and the cost of collection Hl&V wonders if he s.iw.'-l- l, K., in did Prof. Niles tm injustice, as lie was Mail 000, or S.'J per cent., the same as the year Nit. Vernon, Ky. Renews Her Youlh. not only there but says lie felt sure that befoie. Illinois leads the list, with $:ll,- Mrs, I'luchc Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa ho answered every question correctly. The Pride of Woman. fells the folio ing remarkable story, the truth of 007,410, and Kentucky conies next, her 'iv Coal a d limber I an Js and Farms f r s.dc ( or A clear pearly and transparent skin is always a Miss Kate's friends are trying to make which is vouched for hy me residents of the town, revponden esoli.teJ. 41 I he Kentucky being 510,010,81-1sign of pure blood, and all persons troubled with only wants tho I am 7j years old, have been troubled with kidney share the impression that she jcts collected US follows: SecOlld, dark, greasy, jellow or blotched skin can rest aslimeuess for ,..,., .B ollkofortho remainder of her father's dJ.nijsellvvuhouthelp. many yarj could not N, sured that their blood is out of order A few doses .StShi; Nxth, -. . fFvKH Sow am free from Wood I'uniier & Maker will reThis is untrue, as Prof. Niles term. , I'.iglltll, 1, of llesits' cntsr and the skin Woodbecome clearand 100,010; Seventh, able to A ift w 5r UCDDH. move the will at liousewnrk, I owe my thanks to do all my own Imvo eiven her a clear track ry ii. and if satisfaction is not civ en transparent Electric flitters iiiitio f,i. will cii't r.D.u ril nil inillh nml rn.m.l nnv time, with tho understanding that plctcly mi. disease and pain. Try a bottle, 50c mm.! lli'lAfter Dilger Was informed of GOV. it lVnii), you nothini;. It is lull) warranted, t R, all Druz.'iit and .: would not bo a candidate next year, $1, at A, It, I'cnn)s Ilrug Store. .t.t... she miiio .jii uji.iruuuii," iiiiuu. 0, ' 9 ji 10 Iluckner's lefusal to interfere ho camo It is customary for all our people to turn out said Jniiirv.rcrnnvpsProck- she refused to agiee to it and but Is Consumption Incurable? near killing himself hy tyin n handker- when circus comes ti town. It Is alio customa- ' u t.tcoi. zis.N.n Pim los. lilver-Moloshe would inn next year also. ry fornll who have ever tried Ganter's chicken Read the follow in; Mr. C II Morris Newark, chief around hits neck and when discovples, Black-HeadSunburn and Ark, ut)' "Was down with Abscess of Lungs ered tried to heat ills bruins out. Ho cholera cure to rccoinmtl d it to their neighbors A few applications will render tho You Cannot AfTortl It is sold on the plan 01 "no c ire, no pay," by Tan. and frloiuls nnd pliy.l lans pronounced me an in most stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and hand and foot nnd kept McRolcrts ie season of the )ear to be' without a good re, ctiijblc consumptive. Itegan tukmj Or. Kind's was then ironed At this white. Viola Croam is not a paint or When placed in Xew Discovery for consumption, and am now on 1,0 till the fatal hour. liaWudltrrhoea balsam in the house, as LEXINGTON.KY. "owilcr to cover defects, but a remedy to cm e. my third bottle, ahd nble to oversee tho work Why Is It hiniMjlf over the head with irons ho beat diarrhoea nnd all liillninmation of the stoin. my farm. It is the line. I medicine ever made.' It ii superior to all other preparations, and . tlArintA attlur nusi r.nlnlns Tlitr Ducatur, s "Had ach and bowels uie exceedingly dangerous If not It Jesse MiddlcwartKin; .New Ohio, s.iss:for con .liis hiuidcnlhi and tried in every way to about that continual tired Ireliu; ? One oit'r of is guaranteed tocivo satisfaction. At Discovery not been Tor Dr. . IT t no ....!. III... .!.,..... ....... or mailed for 60 centi. "Prepared by attended to nt once. Ono bctllo of Degas' Diar sumption I would liuvc died of l.uiiLf Troubles inline iiimueu. , .,. hiuui. iik nino1 .,,, ,.... o ... vnt ... .... w, ,m now cuit. Ilalsam wiliuo insro riiou ..i A K. lllld ClirbCd and SWOre like, tlie unregfll- - tlrely removethis feeling, give them a good appuitc O. O. 13IXTIVT:rs!, Ss CO., IHIIV .1HI.&..V.. ..,. 1... .ai.b.ui. e guar, ry Sample tonics free neaitii.medicine on eartn. Col-Tev- ls a-o j SUMMER GOODS T. R. WALTON'S. fP Av Mountain Extracts for i.. vn-w- 1 )0 t,, I - """"" 1 1 ' ( id-- -- , " Cream - Freezers. ' vi-it- in l Si.iitl.iy-sohoo- l, j J ,, - Cream, ,, j M PRXTIT JARS , A ' k"ivj. Sealing Wax and Jar Gams. pro-bib- 1 Scythes, Snaths and "Whet Stones. jftii ' oiie-M)tjii- il j court-hous- ' rl , " Be$itlar embraces , i 'I. I - .... i . I nv ; - y ... .. o .. Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, ware, Qucensware, Cigars, ,d -- - j- - i lit .!.. tll't.r J. Utirton, Clerk. i freili-lowe- d j 1 i i j SINE & SISH, Mm EFEE Br,XNDS ( ROtTGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, DOORS k. Sliiislcs, 1 d, ..., f 10 I - a" - PATENT WIRE iiSfe SLAT FENCE, RENT. .1 v ,., ' n 111 l. ULAlJj, ichonl-hou- se .( 1 I Hungary-lransylvan- d FOR 4 pleaM-dvvif- c ' J". HI. ZHIIIDTOICT t ies-po- BSTRAY. v val-ie- audb-ol- olear-define- - 5, fly-- She Chi-cac- v . ,,,,,.,,, . .3gmwwA. a 1 s- GMQU 1 m 1 I 2WI0M'CREAM 1 s. s, ,T. mzcr CREAM .& WJmm. n$FR ex .1 u cramps-eclt- e, 011 1 . 111 .1 ! ... .... ,,., 11I11 drug-pist- .,, I kind than any other aii.ee it A K. Penny llrdKeui - ! ''""T ".'" 1 11 at unite Wretch ho was. al regulato digestion. A. U. Penny, Druggist ft . Ft Suit Tfr ro. mio. ot McPc'ens.V ct.-irs'- Sun'orc Kv jsMttii wsrf.4 issU.,st.J ' &JK " dLLLLZ. U v ' Jr ' if'gT'?? iw?trmi' "fc- - - ' - ,, j" ',' ' in t iiww . .. ... i mmm-mm- m iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim tys, it. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Stanford, Ky., August W. P. WALTON, Yotc Ihc Strn.Rlit Democratic Ticket. For State Treasurer, STEPHEN G. SHARP. '. Is i; 'i. t ft-- . P. " T.vtk'x actual defalcation was $,J4",1'.,8.- but of this amount enough 1ms been, paid to reduce it to $170,0'J.."0, some of vhich will be realized on the I. O. I's. and the balance from his sureties, if the C. knot getting partially untied and catching couits do their duty. The republicans him under the chin, he was drawn back state the amount at $:K0,000, but hay Con- - by the neck through the trap and anoth- nothing of tho credits. The case is bad ? er rope adjusted. He was perfectly con encniith anyway, but it is just as well to scious and when placed the second time state the exact amount as to lie about it. YES. on the trap, stepped back when it shook, saying, "This thing will full with me." Both parties have declared in favor of TiiE prohibition candidate for the leg- The work of the second rope was almost a constitutional convention, so that islature is not running on a moral ques- as bail, for it e.untht wrong and took it question has been relegated from politic- . l tion, but as the representative of a dis- just -- 4 minutes to strangle the brute to'nhliM'UbMnu. It is the opinion oi most tinct political organization, with a plat- - death. Two executions were never more sensible men that the old constitution form endorsing woman suffrage ami oth- - deserved and the fate of the murderer adopted in 1S50 has long since outlived you. If close reducer dogmas. In its expression of princi- - WJH lltVe a tendency to increase the val its usefulness and they will therefore o on eu -pies the prohibition party is as no of human life, for year heldso cheap vote for the call. in Come see we to much at variance with the teachings of y in Kentucky. weeh Cincinnati Commercial-Gazet- te The the democratic party as those of the re-nominates its own editor, Murat Hals-steamanagement of the Jcikie Jmiaki-publican party. It is in fact a separate for the T. v. Senate, to succeed and distinct organization, seeking politi- - treasury since Gov. Buckner called him M. I'aync. This is gall with a vengeance. cal ascendancy and bent on obtaining t the dimcult job of getting its affairs in ! n proper condition, has demonstrated the the spoils incident thereto. Under this NEWS CONDENSED. State of case, can any democrat vote for wisdom of our excellent governor in Editor Halstead lias returned to the Montgomery? This is not an elec- - l'cting him. The democrats in convenhis action by States full v recovered. j tion assembled endorsed tion on the prohibitory law. Should -- Ollie Wells, son of C. T. Wells of thnt question ever come up aciin each ! nominntinir him for election next Terrible storms have swept thiouuh can vote as his experience and day and every democrat owes it to the Madison, had his brains kicked out by a New Jen-ey- , doing imniene damage. i his conscience dictate. But now the old governor and to himself to express mule. ' The lVimsvlvania Iln.nl has addud s.innlenoint is 'Shall democrats uivo un ' his hearty endorsement of a splendid FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. principle and party fealty to aid a few ollicial by voting forjudge Sharp. He j 5,000 cars to its equipment at a cost 0. Dealer In A single watermelon patch in (inr honest and tni", has been tried and ! 1,000,000. misguided preachers and cranks in break- was girt contains MX) acres. C. A. Herbert, a ing up the party which has weathered ' not found wanting and can be depended ! Jell Hill bought of Toney Hunn a storms of an hundred vears and sent on in any emergency. On the othtr given 40 stripes on his bare back at Hathe ' gcretown, Md bunch of ewes at :1J cents. is a young fellow, with A ; hand Mr. Col.-o-n Fcores of just such attempts to gra-s- '" ... i ..... ... iv in Batchelor k Co., Boston's Fiftv breeding ewes and JtOO bushels vote for Montgomery in this contest is a wore ambition than knowledg i, mutt; ' presumption than piudence, is mnniug largest boot and shoe dealers, have go tie StflMi ry0 for sale. Jones Bro direct vote against the democratic party S. M.Sandiiliro sold to a iUneinoi-.nand everv republican with prohibition simply to make himself solid with the under for IleHt Of ty party a combined tilly for John I.. Sullivan is in jail in proclivities will feel it his bounden duty powers that be nnd is beingrunning siin-t- o awaiting a requisition from the govJames Bobiiisou sold to a Favette vote for him with that view. The en- - ply because he was willing and had the county party a bay gelding for 511H). of the prohibition leaders has money and time to make the race. There ernor of Mississippi. tire effort Col. J. F. Buckner. the first Internal It was $10 of course and not $.V) that Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is been against the democratic party, with is hardly a possibility of ids election, but collector in the Louisville dis- Mr. J. Blain got for his black Berkshire full and complete. We call special attontion to our the apparent intention of breaking it up if he reduces the democratic majority it Revenue and putting republicanism to the front, will be a feather in his cap and give him trict, was stricken with pandysi-- ami shoat. Isaac Herrin, of Rockcastle, bought as evidenced by their coquetry with the the precedence that he seeks. It is the will die. The Hon. T. B. McClure, a promi- of J. L. Anderson a pair of young mules bosees before the nomination of a candi-- 1 duty of democrats to cut the wing feath-datThe best Casket of the kind ever invented. Can democrats vote for or with such ers of this audacious bird by giving Judge nent West Virginia republican, has been for S2;. arrested for assaulting a lady of high Pierce CombeM, of Caey, sold, to Embalming under the most approved method when a party, especially hince Mr. Warren is Sharp 50,000 majority. desired. standing. John W. Allen, of the West Knd, 11 head their regular nominee and as such de- J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. Becac-- k one democrat went wrongthe i cattle at 2J cents. The Standard Oil Co. is said to have of Berves their support? We believe not. republicans are trying to create the i in- gathered in all the white lead companies II. J. Darst's Stella trotted Cth at A vote for Mr. Warren is a vote for clean cut democracy nnd for a man who can ' Passion that no democrat is worthy to in the U. S. the estimated amount being Harrodsburg Tuesday, Cecil's May W. w limine three straieht mile heats in and will serve his coiintv and State with AH the office of State treasurer. This is ?,000,000. bos1' ni,(1 unworthy the con-ma- n Owing to heavy disbursements, $15,- - '2:Xi to nbilitv in legislative halls. Let every the sideration of sensible people. Howcould 250,000 of which went to pensions, the The fast pacing stallion, Sir Thorn ot tho party rally to his support. . .i him it possioiy neiiem iventucKy, wnoe creti- - pumic ieil rcuuuon i. mumu ; i...... bun:, valued at $15,000, was found dcud TiiEKEhave been lots of caucussing it under democratic rule is as good asany than a million. in his stall at Joliet, III. Death was among the republican bosses during the State in the Union, to elect an inexperi- B F. Caldwell and J. F. Uiley, of caused by sudden cooling off. last week and if there is not something enced Boll county youth to preside over Mercer, the former postmaster at Hoop-polA careful estimate of the crops in up we are badly mistaken. It may be our treasury ? Democrats can not better are under arrest charged with de- Minnesota and North and South Dakota that all their endeavors will be directed answer this question than by Bhowing at frauding the government of $.7o. shows that these States will probably towards getting out as full a vote for Co!- - the polls that they are averse to handing Chicago is to lw supplied with nat- yield SO.OOO.OuO bushels of wheat. son as possible, but we have reasons to over the State to republican rule on ural gas from the Indiana field, a disCattle are quiet in Cincinati at 1 J to believe that steps are being made to slip such flimsy and lying arguments as their tance of 15S miles. Every contract is let 4, bottoms to tops; hog are lower and up on Judge Breckinridge in his race leaders advance. for the completion of the work by Nov- dull at 'M to 4.00; sheep are in demand I for the Senate. Lawyer Davison is sugember. nt J to 4 j and lambs weak at ;i to tl. :.. The Owensboro .Messenger asks a gested as the man, his peculiar gift for accession of the Bee Includimi tlie James Outline, of Shelby county, especially recommending question which is more easily propound- Line and Big Four's 1,1'Jrt miles of road, sold 100 mules to New Orleans buyers at the sneak-ac- t hini to his party. The idea will be to lay ed than expounded, when it inquires: and the Chesapeake iV Ohio's 1,0:'.!) miles 14J cents a pound, August delivery. Ho low till the morning of tho election and "Why is not John G. Carlisle in Ken- the Vanderbilts now control i:!,4SS miles expects to make the average about Sloi then have some one in each precinct of tucky assisting his party in the Shite of track. The Lexington Fair begins Aug. i.7 Fort Springs during a quarrel, and lasts live days. The premium list is the four counties to place the name of campaign, instead of touring in Mexico? their candidate on the poll books and by Kentucky democracy lias ever made an Walter Trimble shot Charles Shelby comprehensive and liberal and there will concerted action elect him. But we do idol of Carlisle, yet he has been tho niot through the heart; both colored. Trim- be two i aces n day. See ad. in this is- not believe the scheme will work. It is selfish politician we have ever produced. ble was captured and lodged in the Lex- sue. Wl11 keep, constantly on hand a largo and select line ' of Furniture pretty certain that tho colored members When did he ever put his shoulder to ington jail. and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods Baiadine, record w:, died at the V" We of Lawyer Davison's party cannot bu the wheel in a State campaign Tho report that Maiy Anderson is in New York. He was can be bought in tho cities. Give me a over done anything an insane nsvlum is denied point blank. the Sherman Farm, trial and you will be'eon- driven to his support in this count v and 8ve 5t "P- - N ' by Uysdyk's llainbletonian ami was one vinced thftt geU jower than for tlie Partv iu the State that has always go ;H tu. ot,'er r0)ort that she is a hopt- tho i0WMt -without them lie could not rally a cor- of the handsomest horses in the conn- ponUs guard, lint all tlie same, awvy Bought to honor him, we fail to remem less mental wreck. We hopethe denials democrat who loves his party and wish- ber the incident. are correct. A horse over 10 blinds high and es it success, will be out at the polls and The Louisville Southern at Louis- weighing IV'.OO pounds, was shipped .10-Y- l I r 'Jill !lfm.l the ihvricd, ! )iour jtilckeit tct It is very evident tliu. the commission ville ran over and killed Mrs. Andy throttle any attempt to defeat our nomfrom Meyerstown, Pa., to Boston recentineesSharp, Breckinridge and Warren. nppomtolto investigate the affairs of Becker and Henry Blister and dangerous- ly. The purchaser will put the animal Or- Tanner's pension office was selected g who weredriv-in' A man can be a good democrat as tho with a view of whitewashing him, but it ly wounded Wm. Schick, on exhibition. in a wagon. Joe Kimbrough, of Harrison county, best one and yet favor prohibition. It will not work. Congress meets in De- Kimre Tram. Hun Through W,tJ,out ChjnKe. Jbhn Morguson, John Ferguson and threshed WW sacks of wheat from L'Oncres is not prohibition, however, that we are cember and the democrats will be of suffi- Day are under arrest at Broad making 44j bushels per acre. The field William THROUGH CAlTsKRVlCE. fighting in this contest, but political pro- - dent strength in that body to demand, Ind., for cruelty to a balky mule, was measured and was in tobacco last - Bipple, hibitionists, who are endeavoring to rii e and tin y will do so, a full and fair invesef'""""n lloujolr Huff-ewhose tongue they pulled out in the year. Paris News. Sliin; Car., Cincinnati to New "'"""l into power by thrusting a purely moral gation. Tanner had best get in his woik fort to make it move. Challaiiwnil to .Shrew-port- . the sale of trotting horses, mares CWMBg!PiSM&.vyarvP At issue into a political campaign and by prior to then, for as sure as shot his nu- At tho hanging in Louisville, one and eolts belonging to the Dorseys, of T.,v'n "TU vVScw (,rl"n' unl Ciiicinruti working the sentimental racket endeav- - tocratie day will end when an honest o J.ckjoijv.lle and Kn..v,llr. Me,j, St. anxious individual climbed upon a tele- Jefferson county, IJll brought an average commission gets hold of him. oring to draw democrats from the path uraph pole overlooking the jail yard at .i of $450. Lizzie Mack, a Nut- of rectitude. Vote as you choose, demo Concerned Schedule in Effect March remained in his uncomforta-- ! y00(1 flyi br0UB,lt jo qoo, ji, 1889. Geoiuie T. Fauiiik, one of the best of .o'clock and crats, on a purely prohibition question, b,u !K'ra" """ Colvertfc Rice bought in Madison1 democrats and cleverest of men, is out UK.A.TDIDOWIN'. but stick to your party when its princi ItJCAU UI The pay of the president, vice-pre- s :i,000 sheep at S3 to $.V25. C. D. Che-- , "TkaTTTs hoTJTTI pies are involved and show tho woman for tho legislature in Liurol and Bock- TRAINS NORTH. ident, ami tlie cauinei amouiiiH iocvw nault bought n third interest in the Bo- - Na 7." f''- - - No. 5. No. . , No. ;"j. No. j Buffragists and thu advocates of other as castle counties, nnd is making n vigorous No. 4. No. 6. STATIONS. Daily Tho whole kettle of fish, save nanza Mills for 510,750 and the new firm Daily i Sun.1 Dally. I aily. I . . 1. . IF . rtj.inl.. .f tlitit ihofrint , a dav. .1.. . .. . . I.im. IE. ini. I'.K. Sun. xepugnnni uogmas, ui.ii. you uru iiinuo Ul , ..'.....ica .. Hia ,.u, . the,rpOTtB now l)llt "ally. )K, I.lm. Dally & Co. Cli will be Forman, Chenardt 17 a m 4 03 p m Soopm 6 40 a in , , ; sterner stull' than to bo wheedled into want aman ot tlie sinclest lniegruy ai.u me pay uwl-04J pm, io Ji am 3 3" P m I 9 . " if ... ...- i.U'illiamtown ' S 13 am, 5Jni J 47 I'm 3 30 p m 0 30 a m max. 10 v a m 7 02 p m 10 9 p m 3pm it. Vote for Dick Warren and undoubted capacity to represent them in ...Gtoielown.. desertinir 4 10 a m 7 4 a m 1238 pm work. ... .I.onington..., jopm 7 35 P "i 10 55 pm 10 3$ a m There have beon 147 additions to the 3 48 a m 4 13 pm 7 00 a in 12 10 p m Ueorgo Farris is at you will always have occasion to bo the Oeneral Assembly, . l.vi-W. C. Elain, a renegade Virginian, ..Lou. S. R. R....Arr list this year up to July 1(1, against the man. Let the democracy rally to Arr.. proud of it. l.w. Iluruin who has obtained some notoriety by rea- 110 at a corresponding period last year. u JJpin 8 pin. 12 : Ilurifiti 43 i his support. Mini 17 am I,H--.' Arr 3 5ja m, 3 jop m 5 5oam 10 p m 50 1 30 p m 8 59 pm i 10 a m or so, has been given the Tho fastest mark for a trotting .Uanville, son of a duel 31 m .......-.: 3 30 a rr I0 3r p m Thcue is no announcedoppositiou to IS P rn 9 10 p in la 30 a in 11 43 am a 8u m a 33 a in Junction City 5 o a m 10 jo pm place of Chief of Division of Railroads iu a 05 a m 3 00 p m is 2:221 for Bismarck and for a 00 pin Somerset Tiik democracy of Lincoln mis never Judge Breckinridge, though it is possi05 a m1 35 p m 8 30 a m o 50 p m ..Oakdale Ho formerly edited the Office. 535am 413am ? .15 pm 11 35a in by Sir Arcliy. 4 35 am 8 75 a in 6 40 p m m r..v.nauanooi(a..I've 10 00 pin ble tho republicans will spring a candi- had a more cousciencious, faithful and the Laud 020pm 733am p m 400am .Ar'v 9103m 700 p miAr'v, date on the day of election. In order to earnest advocate of tho people's causo to Whig at Richmond. 7 35 m .. Bell Boy, was The $51,000-6tallioaooa m 02 p in V 49 AlUlia... 4 47ani A party of 125 teachers of the North Iliriningham 45 pm ivve . 45 P m circumvent auy attempt to sneak up on vote for than Dick Warren. Ho is a given his first fast work at Lexington j uu p in 3 00 p ni 0841 mi I 30a m Tuic.ilon.a Carolina Teachers' Assiciation chartered '.Monday, in which ho easily trotted a loium democrat in principle, faith and practice 11 5 our nominee, it is best to run 4jffl'iiiv .ucrniian for a trip to Europe and 630a m ' 11 uonmAr'vNew Orleans ..Mj.'ve 4 IS am, lociop in 335pm Tho still hunt gamu wont work, if demo- and was nominated by democrats. You a steamship half mile iu 1:10, thu last quarter in 0:34. 10 u milve... .Meridian Ar'v i Saturday. They will visit Glas 940pm 910am L've Jacltnn .....Ar'v 6 inp m crats aro alive to their duty, which we will be falso to yourself and false to the sailed Ho is being trained to lower the 1135 am 1. v...,vickDurg. gow, Belfast, Edinburgh and Paris and 4cpm vim nvt-- nllmMnmin if vnn 4 35 pin L've .Monroe..., record, Manzanitn'smark, 2:11). believo they are, and will go to tlie polls n.irtv ir 1005 a m 830pm Ar'v....Shreveport. do not go to tho polls and cast vour vote ! return August 20th 000a m nnd vote- tho ticket from a to z. The Madison County Fair will be -- Win. T. Coleman, of California, for for him. Train No. Assistant Secretary B. Shrevcportto Chattanooga a. Pullman Ilouiloir llunct Sleeping Cnn, Ne Otlean to Cincinnati merly n misfit candidato for tho demo held Aug. 7. republicans of Fayette have nomThe Train No 6, Pullman lioudolr Iluffet Slccplnp Cart Nf w Orlrnni to Cln cinnail. C. Potts sends complimentary and a cat- Colson offers $5,0C0 for proof of the cratic nomination for tho presidency, inated Civil Engineer Uunn against J. Train No. 8, Pullman Iloiutnir and HuffetSlutpiiiL- - Car Chattanouca to Cincinati ,nloL'ue, whicli shows tho most liberal and Sinm.r tntori-fi.i i,i nville to Cincinnati, via W. St A. and E. T.. V. ;n. Sleerx-- fn-Ij. In PI...I ... Knox U. Mulligan for the Senate. But ho iu charges that his brothers are assassins 1..., ... 1..1. county) infA ininiim FKANK list. A feature of the occasion Cal., to an English syn- - premium JOHN C.GAULT, General Manajer, hardly loaded sufliciently to go off in and defaulteis, when it seems to us that in Shasta I wlU Cincinnati ,01)10, an xhll"tion mile by Susie S. that is the last thing he would want. dicato for 2,000,000. to get away with slippery Jim. time 50, For State Senator, R. J. BRECKINRIDGE. For Legislature, R. WARREN. TiiB law has been vindicated and the brutal murderers, Dilj.cr ami Smart.havo paid the penalty. Smart was worked off very nea.ly, but a miserable botch was 2, 1880 made in Diner's case, the noose failing to work in the tirt efl'ort, and necessitating a second hanging. This looks very much like retributlvo Justice. He killed two men and was hung onco for each murder. S.nnrt, who killed Moisncr Green and Belle Ward on a boat on the Ohio river, protested his innocence to the last and put on a powerful show of christian resignation and anxiety to be at rest. He met death without a murmur and without flinching. Dilter spent tlio day before his execution in trying to kill himself. Failing, he pretended to have found forgiveness, but he died like the dog he was. He murdered policeman Kosenberg and Jones and from his very infancy was a veritable (lend in human shape, and teems to have been born to adorn a gallows. After the failure of the rope to do ita work by reason of the Tut; Louisville Times tells this tale of the remarkable reportoriul and median leal celerity and skill in its extra lulling i of tho lunginc: "The first drop fell at 0:05 and the second nt 0:0S. At 0:15 the last form, containing more than a column bona lido account of the actual hanging, was sent to the stereotype!, and 15 minutes later tho printed paper was on tho street. Of this edition 117,000 were sold. A second edition containing six columns of graphic matter, every line written and put in type after the first issue, appeared at l o'clock, and of this several thousand additional copies were purchased by ravenous readers. In rapidity of conception and promptness of delivery, these two issues of the Times stand nnapproached in the production of journalism." - i .V 1 Do you wish to PRACTICEECONOMY? If so, come f and see how many hard-earne- d ing you r dollars you can save by purchas- For Constitutional ventiou Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpets, Mattings, &c, From i.. ... .. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. the benefit of cash buying, together with the treat tion in prices, malic our Store one of the greatest savin places ever visited. what and have offer you this SAUNGKR, Manager. ho offer 4 s Main st., Stanford. se-Ki- Mon-democr- j : B o K o WEAKEN, Goods STANFORD, KY, wife-boate- Furniture and Undertakers' r - O. New-Yor- k S-- , The Ixryest, Cheapest and Assorted Stock Wall Paper, Horcler, Celling Decorations and Window Shades j e. XNDESTHTTCTIBILE BURIAX CASKET, j , t ...... n-c- s e, NEW FURNITURE ST0RRI M au:k m uffm a x ra dh: l's j lllwJU I I i Cincinnati and New leans. I . ... ... 3- I .Ii 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 no-ris- 11 111 ,- ' - T I 18-1- North-Iloun- s r i.-!- T N JMtfL Semi-Week- M MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Ske our pino nm! ccilnr pliinlc-- ticioru j Okpiceih of the election will confer a YOUNG Menu- -' great f.ivor by letting us lmvo the result covering your bulliliiiK Sino ft The wedding presents nt the marII.I.K,Ti:N. A rcntiKlllirlMlMi Noschunl In the non.SnurUti School for NAII( iiiirn-- of study tliuroutli ami prnct mlliome, fee--. of their precincts by telegraph ns often riage of Princess elrlf. more fouth or Wnt Iulse nnd the Earl of cmithotnror rlopnnlrrturroiinillriEiimo I,nrgr--t ttirnlliiii'iit of nny school for trlrl ran offer n.Inrlritf tieti tliNcltv llin and uh early as possible. liny nr noaiii HuuifU to j.ti per in torcniii KueaiMrt...!. II. HAKCOl K, I'rlncliml. Fife are vnltied at 51,000,000. Stanfokd, Ky., At'OUST -- . 1889 j Tiiu C. it 0. will run another Old Point Mr. James Stringer arid Miw Mollle, A man offered to bet yesterday thnt m excursion Aug. 7th, at SI- - from l.f.lng daughter of the lato Nathan Daugherty, Hro. Montgomery would not carry u sin ton. lt.cwAt.TON, dub. MantiRor Hoy a of KENTUCKY. gle precinct in the county, but ho evl- - were married near McKinncy, yesterSltiu Shot for L'5 cts. and can meeting- - day. dmitly forgot McCormack's Moxt Opens Sept. i 1889. ....t.i i.ni .lliu iIMlgl (III JIMir rilllDIIU. 'n .n-iKIM i. r... house. THREE COLLEGES THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF MEANS BUSINESS. SCIENTIFIC calf. j .VKW AliVKItTIKMENTS. AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. Comk nnd settle your nccount. A. II. Kings- TiiEitn will bo n grand picnic at Health? I' ation in the heirtcf the Itlue lrn;s rtgion. t,ooo feet Ab'.te sta level. Hrfintdand hosTill: best feed cutters at lliggins & Tenny. .t) pitable commun ty Muilcnts hni hi mei in the boat families and Memorial Kxtxn.es mod villo S.ituiday. It. C. Wnr- For full informaeriuc $iCo to JJ40, Attcndan e Ust efinn, 313, frutn a? Statrs and Terrllorlt-aA DEblRAULE Kxaniine the Dr. Jtailoy and Watoiiim nnd jewelry rupnircri nnd ren anil other candidates will speak nnd tion and Cit.lujrue ai.riy to L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Cbnncollor. j Hello Citv warrniited. A. It. 1'enny. cutters. the rest of the programme will consist of OR TiiKbest plncc. to buy drugs, patent Jimkm: S.utlkv oHith his nttr.ictivu dancing and n match game of ball beniedicineu and toilet artiviesiH at A. It. I offer for tide privately my Reslduicc and Hive I'imiuv'b. .Stanford residence and tlvo iu'ni of laml tween the Kinirsville and Waynesburg Acreiof Land on Danville Uriel in Stanford. The iluv your school books, ink, tablets. for sale. See notice in this issue. nines. hoii'e In room y and in good repair and all the net paper, jvencilH and school supplies oi an essary outlining are attached Posessiou given of his kinds from A. It. Penny. Owinu to the erious illness lthm two weeks afier sale Knr further juriicu-lsr- s FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 1889. Tiiosk who lmvo not p.tld their ui" V G Welch Stanford, Ky cr ad Mr. Warien was unable to go dresscallonCoI. me at Lutamie, Wyoming territory. counts with us will pleae call and settle. M. PresXtlcnt. A. M., PERSONAL POINTS. M C. SAUFLEY 4t. We need the money and iniiftt have it. to Ilustonville Tuesday night. A good crowd was present and Mid. Montgom1)h. A. h. Piiki: Is hero for a fev. Courts t Cox. Kacultyof Tra npd Tea. hers. F- - ellent lloardinj Department Instruction Ducifline Stnct Fn'l infotmatioi jlven on application. ery showed a becoming spirit of fairness Kentucky Agricultural ar.d Mechanical ThorruKh M eeks. I AM still theaueiit for the celebrated and courtesy by not taking advantage of Mint. Hiikik Jones is Huuimering at Dick's Patent Peed Cutter, the most ASSOCIATION, the occasion and delivering an nddress. AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL-SCHOOKyo Heacb, X. II. cutter thnt has ever been sold. FOR GIRLS, V, It. M v.MEH, of Nashville, join Mil. Tin: jailer of Jecwunino county wrdte i LEXINGTOJiJ, Any sie can bo hid, from hand to horse SHELBYVILLE. KY. . . ed his wife lure etturdny. Mr. S. M. Oweim that a negro answering l Founded March 25th, lfa25, by Mrs. M lis. M uitiia Kmbhv, of Louisville, is Powr- - T. Metodf. Julia A. Tovls. the description of llnrdett Blank who I School for women In the South. Teachers nre graduates of The oldest visiting Mrs. .1. M. Henzley. Co.NSTiin-riotrains are now being recently made hii eccnpu froi n him, is J""1 ! in the best Colleges. Prepares for Wellesley. Accommodations first-clas- s Miw Ida PitKwirr has returned from a run over the Cuinbeiland Valley road confined in tlio jail ttiere. tie was nr I particular. Terms reasonable, and include all School expenses. week's visit at Willinmbburg. Cumberland (Sap rested in XleholaHville on n charge of fTTTn 97 between Pinoville and iw X. 'X'JJCXi. VV . X'. 97 90 'if) 'il y' K' Miss Salmi: HKi.n, of Lexington, is nml the road will soon bo transferred to crap playing. Mr. Owens wentafter him iJU' u1' the guest of Miss Allie Hubble. " " the transportation department. I TWENTY PROFESSORS 'vesterdav. Miss Moi.uk Fikk, of Itichmond, hits AND INSTRUCTORS. Gr.o,a.:V.G:NTKvK,y8therei.peeu. Competition Open to the World, Hill camp meeting excurTin: Parks I been the guest of MM Annio Hale. Agricultural and Mechanical, Itowlnnd nt 5::!0 a. ble colored men will refrain from voting) Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Miis. Uun'kiuit Si'.M.niNd untl Iwys, of sion train will OE'--Normal School, military Tactics, Lebanon, are visitinii at Col. T. P. Hill's. m. Sunday and arriveat Itowlnnd return- in the legislative race, but the eigiw nre YJP TCCrTY J C 1 h Mbt Attractive Programme Ever Offered, IV -1 I9 .Commercial and Academic MV) v m. Fare for the round trip that they will show him a few things Mil. Fkiiiiiu. was called to Lily by the ing at .XlJCoursct of Instruction. illness of Mrs. It. V. Dawson' little for nil stations this side of Winchester, AiiKwering our question "Whv are yon APPOIVTr.rs llKCr.IVED FKEROF TUITION. mMrps K' r ' M'Htoru'M'i-ll- . 1'uIlT " I I"''J.J co anxious to ke SL.V). child. . r " !VTIV. KY. TKHS.OV. I'l,. Jf-l- i; ... of wild, "If the he Mks. MiMiuitx nnd Miss Williams, Mit. H.Miiiou was n poor llnancier and and them at all thev will take them from ns Vi.l1li Fret'i I'atml Uniformed Hand duy Or Danville, wero visiting Mis. James Mi much, though he never nccumulatul che.tta will Jive a drand Concert each entiielv and Colson even will get left." LadiM and children under la years cl 1 IlKK burn. 'spent his life in toll. His estnto will age will he jdmittid Free the firt day. Mas. W. I KoHiNbov, of LuitUvillc, is special tram on all railroads at Keductd Kalis Mi:. S. I.. I'owki:, senior member of (about pav his indebtedness and leave his Floral Hall will he open and will be a feature of ' Mix. W. II. the guest of her sister, held the tlrm of S. L. Towers A Co., will be in the Fair. j wife the ?'.OdO insurance which he information ard euUlotue, address rorturther charge of the business in Stanford until the Secretary on his life in the Kentucky Mutual. Mit. J. W. Hitowx and mother, of Mt. O A Ie!.O.NG, Fresident September 1st, commencing a special cut tHOS L. MARUN.Secretar) that the maVernon, were down Wednesday to see I: yon honestly price sale prior to important changes in Dr. Hulunnn. jority should rule, whether it votes your the business. 1 A. I'itman, the n Missus Moi.i.u: Piik, Alpha Tyree nnd way or not, yon can not ny so plainer ilrv woods evangelist, is now in E. VARXOX, Annitt Hale wont to the lbirroiltthurg than by voting for Dick Warren. A vote town, assisting S. L. Towers ft Co. in Attornoy at Law, fair yetirdiy. for Montgomery Minium that no majority making some changes in their business MiwEn Annb Siuxks and Maiy .Mi- - I" riglit which d'ws not conform to the Kentucky here and at Ilustonville. The Iluston- Stanford, Kinney ate vinting Miss Nnney Kanland IiIhhs of the I am IInliertlinnTlioncrowii. ville store will be discontinued nnd the Will practice in all the ourt of thl and adjoin-1-iat Winchester. i ounties and in the court' of apjsMl . 7 " 7?? two consolidated at Stanford. r'N Office over Mi. Huberts & SU'k crwj; store Mn. Wtu. C. Wiimiiiti has soc.ii.h1 a ears ago .. ..!..... lllin.n ,i n.n.i i.i- - ..ir.. ....r. work the ir.ime they ilnt ... ...v i.... A six.Ko who has heretofore voted tho viv.i lVrlUl'II III Piiciessfully. but tinined soldiers are not ALE-3- 1 JT joined him there straight, out republican ticket told us ctiugbt napping. The fact that they did would vote for Dick from yesterday that he Mit. Jou.v II, Cium hns rvturnoH it once ought to nerve every democrat to Warren if his race refused to recognize My Now House on Main a protracted tour of the State in the his duty of voting for our nominee and apply to Mr W him, his church turned him out or even Stanford, Ky For terms me at Danville, Ky It his business. HlKCint, Stanford, or 1 seeing that overylmdy under hi inllu-ene- if LOTTIE N HOLMhS, his family disinherited him. Said he, j, Miss Mou.tr. Ki.v, of Hrynntpville. does likewise. Warren's majority "The republicans have plead with me to is heio with frien Is, on hor return from ought to ! fully '.OiM). keep tpiiet in this election nnd the proDripping Spring-i- . - ' Mit. T. W. Cikkii, of 1. iuisille, is up to Miss K Tr. Hoi.i.K has been her father's hibitionists have begged me to support sec his brother Harry, who is still very principal assistant during the time he Montgomery, but I will heed neither, for KACl'LTV J C Oordon, I! S , Metaphsics and Natural Sciences; J. W Tnvlor. A. M , I'h. D., I deire tn tell my farm of 107 acres of land Greek and tinn Lansuascs and Literature; Amos Stout, A il, Mathtniatici anil Astrnnomj; Mils low with Uphold fever. was school superintendent and often did I am not only going to vote for Warren, from Stan on the Incaiter pike, 3'i mile II Hardin, Fni'Iiih Literature and CimI lliocrv; Miss Lirzie Hardin French; Mrs. L. Kaphael M MtsiiAl..!. II. Owe.ss took a trip to all the work, the health of his latter days but am going to work for him from dawn ford. Iiuprotments tood, including a German; Xfiss Mollle Harman, Prepiratoty Department ; Miss Adah C. llon, Primnr and hu house with 6 rooms. Place Kaph.il Koester, Musical Director, Instrumental and Vocal Music and Violin; Mrs. 1U- ' Richmond Wednesday in search of the rendering him unnblc to perform it. She to darkness on Monday next. en it a good orchard. Applv to phacl Koester, Assistant in Music ; Miss Mary C, Webb, Art and Art Criticism 1 ALEX HOI.TZCLAW, Stanford, Ky OAKRAKI) COLLKGKwill bo opened again September lOth, with a full faculty of superior negro Itlanks, w ho escaped from jail. is worthy and capable to succeed him Tup. I'rogressivo Angling Tarty given teachers and all the advantages loumi in the let Colleges will he offered in Music, Art, Mathcmat- Mns. U. W. lino. troll is at her Bon's, and she nnd the family ncd tho salary ics. Science. Knclish. Oieck, Latin, French Moliuanu instrumcutal music will le under the dircc- by Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Givens Tuesday rection of PKOK. KOfc.b'1 F.K, an eminent spcciatit,.who studied fixe years under the best masters It. II. Hroiinugli, with bis sick child, that would have been her father's had inllerlin and Hamburg and has since been immently successful as teacher both In Europe and Amerevening in honor of their guests, Misses ica The niarselous growth and success of of this College the past year is unparalleled in the histo which was somewhat improved yester- he lived. Kvery man that believes she ry ol southern Colleges. Ilcforcdtciding to send clsewncre send fcr catalogue and further informa- Moore and Jameson, of Paris, proved 11 day. is entitled to it will honor himself by very interesting and pleasant entertain- - TO THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY: HOD P""C'P'- 3. W. TAYLOK, Ph. D., 4 Miss Maky Mvr.its, after a delightful honoring her with his vote. A poll will he opened nt each votmc placoln S'OIlie 15 COUpIeS of voting people llieilt. visit to friends in Georgia, is with her "., ,.,' Lincoln county on the first Monday in AiiKUit, ,.gl Osk of the most pleasant meetings the were present and nngleu to their bearts of ,0 lIcct a superintendent of Common Schcii old friends here for the rust of the sumhy the Lincoln Cmmty. to fill a vacancy caiiM-nt ailtr tin- wtt. tin llms, which Kid Crowd" has had wns held "Merne mer. deih of Rty j0,n A iiCj,e, former Superuuend- I'iiank S. Moiiton, of Athens, (in., is with Misses Clara and Ophelia l.ickcy at were pinceii 111 n vnse nnu wiiicu proven ent, imsjuty 17, ism. NEW LAND, 5s. L C. 1. D '47 here to see one of tho lovely young la- Hon. (i. A. Uickey's residence Tuesday ndithculttnsk to luipturc. A handsomedies who is just now piying Stanford a niidit. A large number gathered and en- - vase was given as a prize to the one getvisit. loved themselves hs they chose, some at tinK the largest number, and it was won Amendments tO MCl55),h33Jpn'lOIl Mas. &. II Ki.mi and daughter, MUsi c.,nHi otitic nt dancing, while the more by Miss Moore. Clarence Tate secured or Tin Danville, returned Wednesday, quiet preferred the The the second prize, n linndsomely painted, Cumberland Valley Land Co. . Sallic, of , wisMsted by Miss Clara shovel, nnd Dick Dennv the third a after a week's stay at Crab Oi chard Misses The undersigned shareholders of the Cumber- Springs. Thompson, of Louisville, nnd MissAnnic lew 8 harp. Refreshment Jwere Served land Vulley Land Company .imend the said Com ..,, 11 anil from Tiiomi-son- , nearly 1 the llier- - run)' Articles of Incorporation, heretofore filed Oplielin nnd Jennings, of St. Iouis, entertained lit Misses Claka 18S7, in thecffkeoi'the cleric t 'or "Cord August 1, ami cadi young heart beat joy- nun III tOIUIIIOUI. Clara lackey and Annie Jennings, are of th(. Llncoln County Court, havine theretolore acknowledged, as follos hern duly Hrending a few days m Crab Orchard ously over the success of tho third club To II Ul.Ul Up a tree It looks Very much ihc first and third sections of slid articles -AtI are so amended as to include within the scope of meeting ns they went to their various Springs. u II tile Mlilllle IMII Clllllj IWOS. Shimon to the coun c.omp(lI1.icperatlonlln H. CitKooit, went to Linwee sum' hours of the would like to cniWllsh OUt of playing tllO the of llarfan and Hell, tho counties of Knox, Mns KoiiKitr homes in the lies Cl.iy, Terry, Letchir, I'cmell, coln uounty Monday U s'iid n week morning. The elegant lunch was under IXTKIIIOIl Jol'IlNAlJl the rill) game at D.m- - Whlilcv, Laurel, Lee, Leslie, Knott. Magoffin, Wolfe, llrcathilt, with relatives and friends. Lebanon the supervision of Mrs. Lackey and was Ville. They Claim that OUr boys should ftlinson. Jlar,,, one of the special features of the enter- COllie to their tOWn, When it W.IS a.Soilier- - is, Creen.Owsley, J.ckson, Hayd, Wa)tic, Standard. herland, I'ikc, 1'iilatki, Kotkcastlo, and TiiKs,of Kliziibfthtonn, tainment. The club now numbers up set gentleman who suggested Danville coin, In which said additional counties it shalll.in Miss Maooik bo who has been visiting Kev. IWn Holm, into theGOsnnd is still growing. The ns 11 nlace to SOttlu the tie. Thev aW, lawful for the s;id Company to transact its busi- ness 01 ami senilis linns, ..U.lll returned Tuesday and he accompinied I.NTi:ilIOIt.lOllt.N.l. ..:.;...., .......1, SlUllSS j,,,.,,, Archer, Il professional, residing and salepiircnaslnKiron nnd all ..ihir ores "e miiiuiKam) n.Iiiof coal, , " :, nail I eralsand the manufacture .md sale cu" lun.her. lllilV im at)- Louisville 11 11.11111 ,, her as far as wiii ( loine Kin-lut Hums :i e. in their team, wi.en u . m..,.i.,i ihrr.mr.i plicable when years are considered, but i(t.e) n,re(.,i t0 nil around thntonly liimwi stock of said Company, instead of 0110 hundred and fifty thousand dollars, shall be one million ,n,m inappropriate when their entertain- tnjont s,0i,i i,t. H!5L.,i. Another Dr, Simp Klkiu Tuevlay uftornoon, lur. in shares A one nundred dollars each, which oe ins suicknuiucrs uy which gave her great relief, and she wns (,,,. (juitljties are consulted. is that Hud Waddle is tr SH.K. Ct alu "direi snail issuca or. ly InteriokJournal WARD'S SEMINARY FOR LADIES. tlKirmitihlt-urKiiniir- CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, KICiniOND, Session Ilth, CAL, STUDY-CLASSI1 1 . I - j RESIDENCE SALE. Stanford Female College 2, sister-- in-law, J. IIIIIIIARI), ' , N TT - D jr x A. A . T - KY,, .., .... Lttu' .f Ji TATE COLLEGEI ) rsilSJSTwB Baces Each Day. 2 '"' rr -- T lll TTJT t. , Garrard College, Lancaster, Kentucky. e well-know- WALLACE j ''r'1I' l1"'": '. t- i to "' FOB. S 1 St., e FARM FOR S&X.E. ilu-atd 49-3- kJ er 3!TOTICE.) m I tete-a-tet- Uu-key- ... Wall Paper,J Wall Paper Wall Paper, M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. Mo Co MICJFILIIIlTj Is Receiving His 11 I 0erTi,inmlnK lJJ 1 I ,!, . ot se I '" little improved yesterday. course we aro pained at the nilllOUnce- A diicmmku named D.irian, represent-- , Mus.T. K. Walton is somehat im- of his sickness, but to Save OUTi g 'i Cincinnati jewelry house, came llieilt i .....1 vv iniieli better. iiri..iit lives we can't see how it enn or will in-C. from Itichmond Mon-on the K. AVarren I locker is worse, his sister, Mivs down he has nev- , . . . . mi .iiii ,i4iiimi. imiiimnv wiiii- a niiiiu terfere with the game when . doing tolcraniy wen, it. in p-- v Jenno, is Lr i,iVed 'll,l, "l,B ul- en present nt only .. t ... .. anTiii.lmlv frnm lllllf tlllll'l'. Ultll WllOmllO . " Wa ace s very low ana Airs. ivamoy is " '. ,,... ..: seeminuly fallen in love. They went two of the four iminca tho 1. .Is. have, ., ,. f 0!i-- . 11 ros. " """ had uuuer. i hu nw" .ow, gentie. . to the She ton House, at Row- - tilnvi'il 1110 Waddle ". , . ness that we nave nearii in. . . ... ii. uiL'm. rpi... ,,,., ..... ,, ggest n put up or shut up , . m.. me ... urn. ami nsKeii 10 s peiui me . m. ifviun.-....'Iliu paiguey lypofi (;ui .'im. i...r... with the ,,. game nnd that you either play tho fifth t, who was in tho Horace M. Taylor'- - name in our notlceof them he could and tie game nt Danville somo day I.,rk Hill .mii meetiiiL'. Mr. Tay-- . pear.mco of the pair, told ...! . near future with only homo players, or 1.. ....,... 1..... .1 illltiuil lliu.t "VMi l.r tu liwliiln... nf till' DcllOhit Il.lllk Of IlOl. IICCOIIllllO IlllU boarding-houskept by II. C. keep quiet on base ball for a season at e ,...r.. ,.v....tl..nt n..t!..t.. .....1! v... Vllliniu ,ni ...!. I. I. ..!!.. I....1. I...... least. "I., '" '' ""V innn with many friends, several of whom. CHURCH AFFAIRS. " wore "infortal: y UoUBC,l for tl.Oj If he had m.ir.ied again have asked us Hanlly had they been in their John P. Morton's will gives 10,000 ns would bo implied by the erroneous ' . rooms an hour when tho mother and sis-- to the Church Homo for the Sick at Lou110 ('w" tor of tho girl ho full of lovo ajipeared on isville. AND VICINITY. CITY tho scene. This of course caused excite The General Association of colored . ... -- for. Mr. Gnun w n ItantMt-l- n . Kentucky w... meet nt Louis- . line of suit- ".' I iuvi: just leceivetlanieo VlllO AUgllbl n. : . inga and patterns for Fall wear. (Joniol V .7 ,. ,, , , , . SUCH a way. anil wie tnuiuer m... o.oiui, n8 for in and make your selection. 11. 0. Hu- - who wero not needed just then by the , ,d t))0 memory o 8 nlev. " errinn .......I.. took it time nbout scolt.-in- g Itobert I'. Harrow n loving tribute nt the Hailey has for threatening to kill tho close of the funeral sermon. I0TH,Mrs. Catherine the girl nml sale some lots in ho Miller Extension. tho drummer. Finally they left, taking Parents of tho Presbyterian Sunday-schoHouse and lot now occupied by W. II. with them tho unfortunnto girl mid tho nre earnestly requested to have horse and buggy. Miller; also No. drummer pawned his jewelry caso with their children in attendance promptly at Mr. Gnnn for his appearance Tuesday 9J o'clock. A. 0. Sine, Superintendent. The booth privileges of tho Danvillo morning. At his trial ho was fined $20. Kev. G. W. Perrynian will preach at Fair wero awarded to our townsman, It is claimed that tho whole family bo- - tho Baptist church on tho lltli instead Mr.S. S. Myeis, ami he is now busy long to tho "ratl.or rapid class" and tho q mxt SumiaV( n8 anil0n,iccd, S. making arrangements to go thither with tho mother nnd sister mndo was, trm,tC), I1eBl,, iilUB8ei detaining him nn inexhaustible supply of everything to only nn effort to scaro Dariau out of his thew unUl Umt ,latt eat. jewelry, which ho did not minil display- sillc0 tl0 nrreht of Maniac Hell, in he might fnr as the l.vrintioit Jooiisal Is con- ing.nswell as what nionoy Geor in whpro ho Wll8 impersonating who fiirist and driving the negroes wild with cerned the canvass Is ended. Wo have hnvo had on his person. Tho lady t nliiveil tho loadiiiL' rolo in this rel cious fren.y. other alleged McssiiUih anil if tho democratried to do onr duty nway with hav sprung up. Tho present impostor do theirs all will be well. We drama is tho Bamo who ran cy will Ih n ncuro ling, known ns the "Virgin ago nnd who n Mary," or "Queen Mary," and her weird shall be glad after this (u let up on pol- the "bear man" year or bo a similar life, intorspersed arts have only increased tho pltiablo itics and resume the even tenor of our hns since led condition of the deluded blacks, with lovo affairs of most every nature. n ' I 111 I I .... ... i 1 j e(rnficntes when $10 has been pild each share thereof subscribed for, and the Pnsident and Sec- rctiirv nf k.ii.1 niinnHliv an. hrrchv .ittthorlzed and directed to issue the stock accordingly. s Itness our nanus inis 17111 nay 01 juiy, 109. Vincent IIohrino, MERCHANT TAILOR SUMMER Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, 111 j. s. l. limn, by J. A Ckapt, V. Hauikn. IIOCkER, A Craft, ' .1. J. SPRING AND Goods GOODS.1 Give him a Trial s . ....,., i'ia toL-etb- . ...,., . V. 46 1 . W P Walton, 1 S. IIlMillOl, G. Wblch, W K, Uamsbv. John W. Kox, Jr., Iamks W Kox. ,, IIII.-I- ii- - 1 Elovonth Annua) Exhibition or THK The Great Remedies! KKET' SPECIFIC cures all tlood diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat, White Swelling, Syphilitic dweases in nil its stages, Necrosis, kc. Price $t per bottle. HAVIS' I HON iln'l'KRS i the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures D)spepsia it gives a leen nppetlte. enruhi's the lilcod, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles und nervous svsteiu. Price $i per bottle. GAIl.II'K'S WORM SVKUP i made of the best norm killers and epellers knowi to the meditself. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price aj ical profession and therefore recommend per bottle. GATLIIT'S MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, Impaired D ncstlon, SUk Headache, Price aj cei.ts ptr bo. Ac. Acts asi.ntli.iMic. Manufactured nnd Icr sale to the trade by the :.. .- ....ntlH-toth- u j 5!5 1 ''' Central Kentucky Fair ASSOCIATION, 1 -- ,,i? .;;;,; I ... NEAR DANVILLE, Commencing 1 , Tuesday, Au. 0, and Continuing 4 Dajs, WIULIAMSISURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. . Trotting; Raoss Esrry day, and the promise of the molt Successful Kshibition ever lield. XlX.O zdirtto-g-is- t A 1TB jAJ!) TraiiJ fev JlJiAt! -- wwr A M. Q ol Excetlent Track Splendid Grand Stand. W J. LYLH, J NO, M. MI'.YER. Secrctnry. &c J'lEJ'WIELIEIR,. resident. 46 5)RUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTI0LES, &0. Physitiani prescriptions accurately compounded. ! pro-blu- ff POSTED. . o ( one-ac- way. This nonce forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our l.inus without per. uiissron, as all such will be prosecuted to the full, est extent of the law Signed; STOCK OF WATCHES, THE LARCEST OKO. D HOPPER. T. J. MII.I., j.M. McKOIIBHTS.IK. M. S. HAUC.HMAN, CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. llOIIT. McAMb'IEK, J.K11RUCE S.U. IIAUOIIMAN, S. H SHANKS, Prices lower than MKS, IILHKI llltWSfllAIAIs. n " riii.nnu Ever brought to this market. JOHN W. HOLMES, v the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. E.T. PKNCE, AK 1P.M. . I' . -' A.J. HAYDEN, paired on shortlnotice and warranted. IJ. V. HOLMES. -- F . ' v?$rwr 'fV7wyp!&!ffll!Tl ""ftntyp?' -- wevtv-y - -. yS -'i ' , "" ' L ' i - r- - .. - ' " '.' ..,, .ii. ..... mti.mmmmmmm -y i g- - i. a re ..- -. -.i.- Semi-Week- J. ly Interior Journal THE GENTLER SEX. said office. Said election is to be held by the orlicers appointed to hold the regular election in said county on aaid day and in all reelects be conducted in the tame manner as the regular election; and the therilt is directed to give notice of the same bv door and advertisements posted at the court-hou- se at theplaces of voting In siia county and by pub- n in the Interior Journal, a nepaper U It CCKtPEK, lished in Stanford, Ky. 43 1'ominltiioiiir caused by the firtiin ol J. A. Itocle, it it therefore ordered bv the court that the blieritt of Lincoln county be and he is hereby commanded to cause an flection to be held in said county oil the hrst Monday in August 1839, to rill the vacancy in ..IK... r tnti lit " ..,.1 Is an Independent Candidate for Sdviol Supetln person ciikiibl-- 111 .1 tiicm n tendent nt Lincoln Count) . t, .,!.,, i w ii .It,- t111 Wllk.l4.l.lllt IIU IlittitVlIU IUU ir..., A few days ago Felix Key, I tho wifo of - for murder. an M. 1.; Mrs. Spenco Wat31. son and Mrs. Dale, tho daughter of Sir colored, was taken from jail and hung j for killing his wife, and now 20 or more Millbank. Frederick U a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, the action Mlsslthoda Broughton says that she! of tho men engaged in the lynching are subject toAugust, tSui of the Democratic party. Klcc.ioii wa3 inspired to novel writing by reading in jail. A marvel Thirvui1.pn.v.rvn,Mt. purity, Miss Thackeray's "Story of Elizabeth," The Old, OltTstory. strength and wholesomvnesj. More economical and learning that it was written by n - kinds and can not be sold in than the ordinarsA little cough; a feeling HI ; competition with the multitude of low test, short woman as .young as herself. A headache oft; n daily chill; weight, alum or phosphate powder. Sold only in Mary B. Itusscll, a sister of Sir Charles I A stover walk; a quickened breath; cans. IIOYAL MAKING POWDER CO., All persons knew ins themselves to lie indebted 106 Wall street. New oik. Russell, wasn pioneer Sister of Mercy ou iS to M. I. Richards, either for goods or seasons of A frtquenl talk of coming death; eelts, ill tase trouble by tettlitie tame with James the Pacific coast. Sho came to America N'n strength to rise from day ta day; r'rve at I has e put them in his hands (or settle-- TT in 1854, and has ut present under her) M. L. KICIIAKOS. From losing ees he fades away. 44 ment. Now lifts no mure the feeble head, chargo n hospital, a Magdalen asylum The struggle's o'er the man is dead. and schools near San Francisco. S. O. DAVIS, DENTIST. Such 11 thetatnl progress of consumption. How Laura C. Hollowny, tho author of "Lacourt-ho- t se Office on Lancaster street, opposite SURGEON, often is repeated )' dies of tho White House," etc., is a Ten-- soofteuas it was the old, old stery. Yet not half PHYSICIAN AND Stanford, Ky. before the knowledge cameto nesseean by birth, was married ot 14, MT. VJClN'ON", K V. as a dlscoscry in medical and has been a journalist since sho was mankindbythat there dread disease could he arB. whLh the science Otfice nest door to Whitehead's Drui "Store. 17 years old. Sho is a Buddhist in faith, rested in Its cirly stages and the patient restored Special attention fisen to diseases of children With and said to jkhscss extraordinary jxjwers ta health Tins wonderful remedy is Dr Pierce's f. as a medium. Sho wants to bo cremated. (toldcn Medical Disovery. & Miss Murfreo (Charles Egbert Crad-dock- ) Thousands of ures follw the use of Dr Sage's HARRY A. EVANS, Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in was an invalid as a child, and it is Citarrh Remedy, 50 cents I the trade. Race every style and finish knon to said that her mother used to comfort her CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL and Trotting Equipments a specialty rwy. No. 33 Kast .Main Street, L for her inability to play out of doors STAN'KORl), KV " with other children by saying: "Never iUi hiK4liM KrilTKMixiNGroN, ' . if can,Ij,,ay ySltL'tWL'uglr' 'crL'Ei Kentucky Engineering and Surveying in uu uuu uuu svmgii U111V10UUJUIH.J11 Li riwvV all branches. In I 4" 8 foal 1 1 1 im(MiTr j , having occurreu in the they can't do you can spell PopocateWhereas, a r for Lincoln counts. Wealthy English ladies often Bend money to tho Uniter States for investK. C. LOCALTIME CARD. ment. Train leaves Ituwland at 7 oo a. m , returning A mile race has been run in Iiutssia by at :jo p. m. two women. Ono woro corsets and tho other did not. L. &N. LOCAL TIMFcARD. Miuo. Sarah Dornliardt receives morn u 31pm Mill train going North 131pm ing visitors in a whito satin peignoir and " " South , Express train" South HJ7P slippers to match. ' " North 317am Local Freight North 030 am Tho authorities in Holland have deSouth. Jjjpm creed that women cannot servo on a also carry passengers. The latter trains The above U calculated on standard time. Solar school Ixxird. In Sweden it has been detime Is about o minutes falter cided that they can. Tho queen of England seldom drinks more than ono small glass of wino at dinner, and afterwards takes a few drops of good Scotch whisky. Lady Kortright has sent over to AmerP ica check for $3,000 to complete tho church at Snow Hill, Md., built as a memorial of the first Presbyterian church in America. Lady Sandhurst, who may bo obliged to givo up her labors in tho county council, has under her charge twenty-threbabv farms, threo lunatic asvlums and several schools. Threo ladies who havo recently taken 4 Mrs. Elizaboth Gulv Stanton is 74 years old. Koso Terry Cooko bognu to keep n dinry AT when sho was 10 yeara old. $V! PJCIi YKAR.IX A.DVA.2CCJC Octavo Thanet (Miss Alico French) draws all her characters from real life. tWU'hen not to paid $2.60 will be charKed.-- Publlshod Every Tuoartar and Friday W IIi'iint.K. Alex. C. Cartrinn pold aomo heifers to K. L.Snow at 3 cents. Millard Ware is paving ns 11 visit this week. Our papers came in on Tuesday morning ear- ly via Lancaster. Send them that way again, Mr. W. L, and wu will give War run n majority, money or no money, Hour or no (lour, whisky or no whisky. G. l Bright and G. A. Swinebroad are in the mountains buying sheep. J. W. Itright is fixing to apply (or u patent an ice out- tur. Several cattle sold here this week to Woods for "I ami 2 cents. John Woods bought a lot of stock hogs for $1.40. Dave I'rewitt bought some fat O. It. Harhogs of M. Hen in for $i:2- ris sold his hickory timber to John Watts at $1.50 per cord, and others have sold to him at "c and SI. The lt.iptist preacher from Slanfoid will preach at our school W. F. McCLARY Candidate for Superintendent of Public It school, subject to the Democratic rnmary r.iec a For Sal For Cont.-siiiiii- ! "" ' be htfJ '" ctoh" V. L. DAWSON Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub jeet to the action o( the Democracy t wish to tell my farm of 61 Acres situated on "Inthe Lancaster pike two miles from bnnfnrd land Is all in grass; u comlnrlalile dwelling nt 4 rooms It situated up jn It Will tell at .1 bargain O A. IIKNKIHCT, Stanford 41 H-on- t or Salo. 0 lleg pnly to JIK5 ItUUIl KI.IH. titutied on o" gcrq I? B CO s 2. OTIS P. NEWLANI) I Jvctto the action of the Democracy. Ilmitlsoitic NcvCottnj;c, K cj.xi.1 r om opposite MatiforJ Female 4 It n Candidate fur Jailer of l.truoln Coanty, sub . Mtintt., oi en tr trj a o S a 1 i SAM 31. OWENS O atmi A-"fS houe Sundav evening. Kx-- Ten Thousand I'lat Itads aoi! to.oco Poplar Shingles. I hao on hand Men's, Wxncn s Misses' and Children's Shoes, made by Alter, K.irin(l & Co, and Mundrlle, which I will sell irtlhe rr lw 01 I hase biught them and they mutt he Is a Candidate for Jailer of t.inc .n county, sub" prices sold. My stock is coimilel and those uhowaut jectO the action of the Demo ratii party bargains i.iis get them by calling. I mum busi-esV C IIMI.KV. Turnrvill as Jailer of Lincoln Is a Candidate f r county, sulilect to the action of thu DemoctatU P"-- Hails, Shingles ana Shoes Jor Sale. C W (rq o ST K. re B p 3 e G. S. CARPENTER s. o S re " i i a re J. N. MESEFEE S. 11 a W6 POWDER Absolutely Puro o a Candidate Senator Rollins, of New the Lincoln County Demotray Hampshire, died Wednesday. From the Needles to bandy Hook E. . KENNEDY :i,100 tulles 0 days, 21 hours andllT min Isa Candidate for Assessor of I incoln Coi.ntv utes. This is the best time ever made subject to the action of the Dcniocra. y. by an ocean steamship over that course, BOGLE MISS the new and it was accomplished-bscrew steamer Is a Candidate to till out her father's term as Hamburg American twin clio.l Commissiiincr, and respectfully ak the Columbia, that arrived Saturday. support of the sotersol Lincoln county Gov. Nichols, of Louisiana, is deter stop to the indiscnmi- mined to put W. F. N1JLES S. ts for Sheritf, subject to the action of JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR Thoroughly Kcnosaled and Refurnished. First class Kate and Reasonable Prues. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters ot this Popular io;-t- f. House. ? re 0 tn --2 re S? re w V m KATE Z.Z " fS w 11 Established 1825. FOB, XNSTTIIAXTCE On Dncllitigs, 5 5 ST o o p. K tint.. , I r.,i.,.i 1 1.ii.liiif.j ti tlmt " .. . u liuv-tni- , ... chanJtse, Hutehol.' I ; ,a urmtu'e St ret, Mer y t tie lljl j F. Ilrinklcy Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. whether Hie 7 I.uhtnlng 1 a s it's j r-- t' it 14.es paid nusS9SvSsv.sif 'JCacr?i n cr 2 --t n t u ' sSf 5 o sr II IIRUF, Agent. ? " e Settle With jnmes Fryc. WOOD WALLA6E, WM. ADAMS & SON, unum.u. Men's "Outfitter I LEXINGTON, ICY. 43 1 St) Koitth Atenuc, Q lSJ""y Louisville, - - Kentucky. , NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. Hiteljis ttill maintain This old and well-knoInc its fins tepuutin. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the trasehng public M. P NKWCOMI1, Prop., Sj-t- 1 G AiTTEH' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s H. WILSON, THOMPSON BOYD, 77-t- i Ml Vernon, Ky. 0. H.M'ROBERTS, M.D., STANFORD. KY Utficeou Lancaster Street. op;)ite Court-Iloullasinjremosed ts this nla.e from Liberty, to practice his profession, ca'ls the attention of the pub lie to the faa that lie v ill he trad) at all hours day or nlhttoansvierclls in tfwn sir country. Thirty )rttt of hit lite were tpent in Stanford and ne ucenit u unnsicsisiT i ) iisis vi an .tiiny physician and surgeon A sharcot th patron. 'c at tile peopiroi stamoru auu sic nuy iiainu sr t,.,4.-xmi.-- j ' ORDER FOR ELECTION. sac.-inc- r1 "h. i petl." rmimiri Clerk Lincoln County Court. an English education. They have their ' own parlors, in which they receivo their lady callers, but no gentlemen. Gentle- RELLEWOOD SEMINARY men calling with ladies in their party AND NORMAL SCHOOL, aro received by tho men of the legation, -- KY while the ladies aro invited up stairs to 12 iiiIIps from ANtHUriAGr..iiirps .f tender-- , I.oui t niT t instructiuii Hittli larnltno' frlii.lsrlilt meet the Corean wives in their own nu.l .trift discipline chri tcrlst U itrikirluieiit. apartments. ' ansirur Tirin. hoard tuition furl, lights. et V ta jths Nc pupils rift Ivnl nt ans tit, Tho women attached to tho jCorean embassy are very popular in Washington. They are working hard to actjuiro THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. Srnd for I J.T.PATTERSON, PRC8, Catalogue to OR J. B. SKINNER, PRIN. iululuuiu by him. Jtl C. A. BENEDICT & CO., II I 11 lc-- THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor No Hotel In Kentucky has a buer reputation, and Its proprietor Is determine,! th t shall be maintained. He has recently added to Its apr ointments PARASOL DESIGNS. MISS J JStPHINE W. UNCI, ANCHORAOt, UT. Pool and Billiard Parlors Also Black Itorit or ollvo crooks, witlt uilvor !!i;L",;i:r,; trimmings, make very liaudsouie handles for eutisliadcd. Silver trimmings nnd tuountinga on A Modern Progresive School, olivo wood, green ebony, horn and Hungarian aslt make very liandroiut handles. Whs re yiur daujhtnrs Mill taught how to as well as thoroughly true .Knobs and crooks, with spiral (lutings instructed In alternating with rows of bos-e- s nlso nrrangod, make very pleasing han Literature, Science, Art & Music. I boi-rall- ami mm e Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi iTANFOR, KY :ra. It is more fatal to chickens thai, all other diseases combined. Hut the U'e41s drlUosl to orJir aad Pamps lurHishrd y factory price. discovery of a remedy mat pciitivtl) turn it lmbccn made, and to be con1UI.L, vinced of its efficacy only requires a ! trial, a bottle is enough fii one hundred chickens. It is guar, No vis It. V. II H anteed. If, after using of to sitsi- a few cww at my Will m Lan tnr wke m suhnr'.s of Stanford, at a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly fesThroo Dollftra by tho anounon, and ain ad f satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken lhrjoin, patahlr 511 cents tn Milt saitc,ithtc ihs vriilee ot 'irtedirg till the tow Cholera, return it to the undersigned pros et t with .alt r l.e.t and your money will be refunded. I Ins ynuHg bull is not uily uf the Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, HOsLTEIN-KKMiL- Captain Axi;iic Wayne Ih- H- s two-third- s st-)- U -l, - y ' g. hut is md. idu!l a s r sup-nHe still not Uil in eserr tnsrliculir dun- mill, cosst of tne hijhm encllcnrc hit tu'dizn- astd ku btecdi The mii-m- al ti pro1) - Kor bv a'r McKo 'rtt A Msec, Stanford uh dies. Ad Ires. A First-Cla- ss Livery Stable -- To accommodve tic demands f his increased I!et Turnouts furuished transient patroroge. Commercial 1 ravclers and others. HAXiS'S WELL. Season 0)cns June i, '89. Hoard from June I to July i, tyr week Cottage Rent from June i to July i, per Hoard per week after July I Cottage Kent perjacek after July I c -- . Acacia wood id smooth, takes n high polish and is beautifully mottled in light olivo green anil fawn color, making n very handsome stick for many colors. The "witzol" stick is of brown wood, looking something like cherry, the Blender stems, with their bark left on, being knotted at thu end to form handles of odd shapes. REV C POPP.. Pretident. r Mrs. S C. Tkt'LHEART, 4), "Villi r- . et tir and mwnl taken the cotaisianJitiit tta huntner ttie hiK'ie.t U husltlrf mie K, bultrr thanthe sapa ... .ree I an..I...a.- ntus.ii I ans other milk and at u nder SBiSHHS t- Kentucky Central R. R. "iti.r ; , 4 - tg K l.dlH I Vta good they will not fail iclain (heir W II MU.I.Klt popular fas or bf, ka 1 iioi'tk.- QUICKEST ROUTE THE SHORTEST AND frJ& 6 .r..-ft. coco dtvtign. & Wooilon handles of carved boxwood 5 Single Meal nnd I'lmuy, lioxwood of natural color or HUSTONVILLE, KY. ) Horses well cared for, per weak bi owned, with silver trimmings, nnd . . ami rcaly to di, anyEverybody is cjrdully Ins d to sisit ut early bamboo sticks decorated in tho same Are still in tne thing In the lrndortakiti) lin We fuse a full in the season and get ntlvaiiuge of the reduced way, toe It of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Hotiei aro very popular. A L. SPOONAMORK, rates. Resperffully, of escry description Our hearse, which is nearly A lovely effect in a "directoiro' han- new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. 11 scVtf P. O. Address, Stanford, K. dle, for example, ii of whito enamel, Green hat charge of our Lustnafet and will shew our gxidt to any one needing anjthiriK in out with silver bands and etched silver line f knobs, tho colored silk covers leing sup ported by stiver nl which show on tho 'fCiV LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. , o- ' (feed and Sale Stable inside. unyx, biivsr anu woou make- a very THE LARGEST AND FINEST handsome handle, tho translucent vein-in- g of tho onyx, together with its soft, HOTEL IN THE CITY. delicato tints of white, yellow and rose, being heightened fn effect by tho etchrd silver band which connects it with tho RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORDcorrugated stick nbove. S 5 Handle in various shapes, and mainly with smooth Hiirfuccrj, aro overlaid with Jj oo solid silver plates, elaborately engraved weeV J y with handsomo patterns of tloral or ro- fm&sam. 0ij wm?f&i&ts& isaftfS ...... uu-ln- Uin&m L&AM M&3SS!s. msM WAHia' I fen, ft far tale t oriwe registered Hnlstesn-- F ri- tun bull tali.s and one nid.W heifer 1. sif II MU.I.Klt. 34 Stanford, Ky. CENTRAL KENTUCKY I. 11. IJRUCK, AND FSSD M9M&, FAST hz, WEST . LINK & N ANQ SWTrf-WST- Vm, SI'KCIAL - SALE STASIS, UBTWEEN STANKtHtl), KY. travelers1 or.otnml Only first-cla- si Also aetit for th LEXINGTON ilit ld. and in User South-lk.un- CINCINNATI. M.V J. T. STJTTOIT CO., II N lIorsts.mil AT I ION t im ,'e ! 1 lOMMKUCIAI. ' bCMKDL'I.K IN KKFKCT . .. 11. o No Daily 4"" iWj i. No f hi Sun. 10 41 Sun, 4 it-- WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO. I IB THE GALT HOUSE, 04-t- OB A m. U w N N..VM V Xr 9 Cb B J Lve Cincinnati I Lse CoviusrtoH. Lve Falmouth... j 11 Arr I'ans . . I.esingtun mj irr . w a in y iy p m 11 10 a tn io m .. . . P hi 1 is p m am am !m. p m upm ''IS p tn o m i 40 p m it 1 ' co p m 4 V U L: ASH 8A I .rr" ' I I Wi"'hur. '!i5 1 a ta p m P w' p as' p m1'. l m J- '"i .... . . ' o 10 p in 7 jo P tn S 4J P m ., ' i: I) Arr Ilerea Arr l.eingtin.... North-Houn- Lve Ruhmoud ...j j 5 5 w P mi;.,'ZZ?.. No. 1, Only one Night out to New York. Solid Wttibult'd Trains to I No. j. NofJ l. Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimoro, Now York, l ING TO ROOMS. . BITS OF SCIENCE. TURKISH A RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. Tito otlorts mailo to introduco European vegetables nnd fruita in tho Congo states have Ixwii rewnrtled with verv crcat buc- ; R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCESSOR TO cvfis. I W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV , Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire on rcasonaMe terms London Is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach placet in the 10 in the mum tain se lien of the i.fte Springs by dayI'assintr all the Kair.tmt Virginia Cumf-irand th light at Old 1'oiiit tii-Shore the next alternonn. lime Card In Kffect July t, KASTWAUD. Lse Stanford n f'a.l 1 Fast.Mail,FastVcs Daily Knpress.! Kan ret Kx. Sun Dally Daily 11 1 M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, ' CU 4TH AVENUE. !' A the same chemical elements. A new model based on scientific princiLeaving lloth The Nobbiest & Most Stylish ples has recently been constructed in Stock of England illustrating tlio formation of LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI ocean currcntH in general and of tho gulf Daily, Secures to Travelers, 1 stream in particular. Ilelmholtz luu shown that if an invisi-- , THE MOST RAPID ROUTE bio jet of Mourn bo electrified or heated, I'.ser attempted between the creat commercial Ever brought to the city of Louisville, now open. it becomes visible with bright tints of cities on tlie uiuo isivrr anu Chicago, and hence Including the trains betime and different colors, according to tho poten-- , the fastestpointt in themost comfortable West and or to the tween all HATS tin! or tlio temperature. KHOX & JOHH B. STETSON & CO'S. Northvsest, The counterpart of this train on all trunk lines is denominated The Liml'ed Express. A metallurgist gives as a reaon why The superb rolling stock c employ jives pauront And also my own importation of Kn;;!ih Halt and Capt. An elegant lin of Canei und Lynn'i steel will not weld as readily an wrought Unlimited Comfort . . mo ,n,u lurAt a Lourwn ickci unite. Celebrated Uuibrclla alsvays on hand. F,n iron mac IC in UOl partially eomimnetJ Ot you wjH fina our time tablet and tickets. Say as seems to bo tllO CUM) with Bet Motion anil stick to Monon, il you want SEAL SKIN SACQTJES, CAPS, wrought iron, which assist in forming '"i"ve money snd hac ilTMcJCORMlCK. ,0 Oeneral 1'asseneer Agent, Chicago a fusiblo alloy yitlltllOSCaloof OXillation Glove and oilier Furs, a spet'tlfy- Order nut guaran formed on tho purfaco of the Iron in tho1,. M. Ky aide of city (Olleiled, perfeit aatlsfactior jj. A.Tokrbncic uq Vine st , Cincinnati Ohio teed. J).trtail toordera N'OUJiY HAT it ty fumnce. New York Timef LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. AIout 150 colors ure now obtained from coal tar, which haa almost finitely sup-- ; pluntvd vegetable nnd nniuial dyes. Recent discoveries nindo by the use of tlio bpectroscope show that nil the liea- venly LkkIu-- apjtear to bo composed of h -- o, NEW FAST MAIL HAT world-ronown- ed 9 ,.,.,. . 1 111 r, ; ' ! - i'Xriumf,. rs S 41 Morehead 3 to Ollse Hill 4 oj pin 6 oj pm id 40 Ashland 6 ao pm 10 jj Catlcttshurs 6 jo pin j jo lfitntiiizton 6 v nue .uipniir... ,rr riiarlotttsllle It 00 1 jo " Washington " llalllinuie 3 JJ " Philadelphia in ,.. " New Vork 9 30 a pi " Klchiiinnd, Va... J "J I'm it so nm tiniMii n 15 ji m , nuiiuiiy oii. Oldl'nintComfort 35 pm ii 00 Train Nolo: No 3 runs daily hetucsn Lexlne " Norfolk ion nmi u natulan, rsu runt dully Letuetn Cincinnati and l.ixiiiirtuu Nns 1 and ft mate onlineitinns at Winchester Keturnimr. fast Vettlhulod frnni New York and forpolnttriiitheN N. A- M V. Hy No 4 makon this cn.inectiuiiat Lexington poinia arrises at Witirhetter 4 "4 P nt all IMI'OKTANI' -- Trainsof this line now nrrlvo and I.oaltifton 4 47 p m daily. Fast mail from lliilitliiKtoii and all points east .iriivet Wim.lnt. at and depart from thu Central Union I'.isscncei-.Stiitlodaily V.x. Cincinnati, making conpectlons for all 11 is am and Lexiiitloii 11 45 no.111 Sunday. I'nst express from Iluiuiiifttotii points North, List aud Wet. Lexir-toThrough ticket-- . i.n.l liatiMfe cheeked to any Paikershurtr and Wheeling arrises destination reiehi-,- hy n rxilrn.id. 10 as p in daily. Olise Hill accommodation uirivoi Wmchtttur F'r full panu 11I ir a;ent ot the Co. and I.oxnik'toii 8 mam; liusea Lexington IJ. 11. 7 ion !, f. JJ. MOIlnF. j 40 p m, Winchester 6 40) !'.,.., Ait., Gsin'l I keep on hand a No. quality of Jellico. Lily For tickets and liifmmatiun wriii-o- r apply to Lexington, Ky. Coskginn. Ky. C.. W. IIAKM'.V, Iielut Ageni. I and Nut Coal In my yard heave your orders nt ILK HUNTINOTON, Oeneral Manager. Ynrd or S. S. Myert' More aud they vi III le nlteiid-eS. A. i (U3 II LKH.Trav, Pass Aiit. I. L MUKl'HV.nen'l Piss. Art to promptly. OLNMIKAL OFFICKS: J. II. IIIGCINS, Stafford, Ky. Chamber nfConiiiii-r- i e llmldiu;, Cincitio-tti.O- . 3 J I). YARRINOFON id V V , Lexitifton, Ky j 11 11 11 ti-- r t n 1 " " " " " l.exin.-tn" Winchester " K, u. JunctiOH... " .Mt. Slerliii; " I'restnn j if I oj t.J? 1 aj 45 am I ,ti 7 6 pm pn. jn j$ 40 31 pm Lve l'aris 4 '5 P m 5J a m 4 J5 p m ; .mi p ml 9 13 a mi j 07 p m Lse Falmouth Arr Cov mutoii .. h JJ P ml 10 ) a mj 7 m p m n j ij nin Arr Cincinnati ... 6 sj p m IB 45 a "'I 7 3JP m pm 7 jo am pin. i io am 8 On theMavssille llranch, No 9. loaves l'aris at 00, a m and No. 11, at $ a, p in, arriving at 10 pm S 51 am Maysvillcat 10 ij, a m, and 8 ip. pm No. leases.Maysvilleat j.ij a in, arrisine at Tans at ) 16 pm.10 1 am 7 4.am No ii leases Mayavilln at 110 and t oj am arrives at Paris at 405,(1 in. These trains are pni' t 19 pm daily except Stiuda. No it leasi-- t t.usincton ic oj am: arrises Paris in"i 45 P" am; j ij pm 10 ij am: except S mis am 10 aj pin No Sliaes L.IIU innati 5 ij pm; rrlns Falmouth am 4 oj am ;wpin: except Minilay pm 8 i tun I alinuutli 000 am: arrives No. 7 Cincin l" 9 3 am nan 7 55 am; except niinuas pm 1 io am No jileasus Cincinniti I 30 am; nrrlsus Falpin 1 ao pin mouth in 311 m, Sumlav nnly pm 8 05 am No. 33 leavei, r.ilinoiitli 4 l n m:.irilses Pm. 11 i. l.ve I.ve Arr Lse Lse Arr Lve Arr Richmond.... Staiifnril .. ., Kli.hmond. LiWnssion.. llcrea- iu 11 ini 5 1 3 am .... Lancaster .. . Kichmoud,. Winchester. . ArrJ'ans 4J a m .....V. 00 a m 40 a m! 4 J a mj.. sn p m, 6 10 J" P "i, 7 IS am ..,.. ' ""l, 4 lopml p in1 Lve Letiugton .j 3 45 j Vi.o 43 a i J 45 P m il Attention, Co:il IJurncrs. 1 111 llCi.. ..'r ijjrn Pan-''rAt- jrvA vl jt , frp i- -