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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889080601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1889. -- f- n, ' NO. 51 M FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. DANVILLE, -,,J- o-v,, DOYLE v COUNTY. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, u I captured a goodly Twenty ttppliwtnts Fate Langford tired oil' his pistol -- Capt. I J. I', l'o well soldtoJno.Jchn- number of prize at the Hnrrodsburg fair twice near the depot Friday evening. were uxniului'd licit WVdni'Mdiiy and son L'." hogs at I its A fut thlitvt for thu docturn. Thtirsilitv. Constable Proctor led him down to the Fifty breeding ewes and :W bushels Illst xu'uk- Mi the oldest daughter of court-hous- e to repent of the error of his f"" Aluxnmk'r Uoltuit, itf tills county, re- seed rye for s.Ue. Jones IJros. was married to Mr. ways. ceived a voucher tho other iluy for ' A' -On- e-fourth of the Virginia wheat Mr' A preliminary survey is being made Js- - 15row " IoI-'rouyoung farmer Laurel jrutH her lmro of tin.' pen-ttio- n e.op has been ruined bv heavv rains. Mereer county, nt '2 o clock Wednee-- : from Orlando, this county, up Brush , money. -- W.K. nilllon noli! to C.'m. Jones, j ,lt'v- - ,:- - M- - " Huvrt. Mednrin mid Steoley dined of l,iten '"" cieek, a distance of 10 miles, by u coal Kockenstle, It mules atSHO. Att' u' company to reach Immense coal beds. It their two veekn' meeting ut I'ittHliurc um comraeimg piimi-Ul ..!. I'tillltiin sold to l'rof. J. M it! probable that a railroad will be were present. Sunday. They orpin'-di- i ehureh theie Hubbard n built, bay gelding for Mrs. Granville Cecil hni been seii- - at an early date. with GO ineinuern. $160. A nejjro wan run over ly the southMilton J. Durham made one of the Mr. G. J. I). N. I'rowitt bought of John Illicit-ana- n ouslv ill for several dnvs. v Caldwell, formeily of the linn of Cald best speeches of the campaign here bound passenger train Wednesday morn-lli1'.' Iiead --' and cattle at well A: fcisttnud and now a commercial to a lnrire nml .ntlitiiiuiii. nn.li. eolith of Williiiiuidiurtr, mid liU liuud '2 to II cts. wu nevered from ids body. William Ai George Abraham bought tourist, visited ids parents last week. ence. Though somewhat hoarse in his .Mr. Two school children wuru bitten by of S. J. Ftnbry 60 extia good ewes at$.V visit Thomas Gibbous left last week for a delivery his words wore received with a supposed mad dojr nt the Union school-limin- 60 per head. to Montrealjand Toronto, Canada. cheer after cheer. It. L. Kwell was on Miss Mattie Duke, after an absence of hand with Ids usual speech and raised three miles nouth of lieie Friday. Terhuue, of Mercer, bought of Scott bevciiil weeks, spent in visiting, is nt some applause on the republican side. The dog was iininediately killed. mare Hudson an extra line George Fan's gave the boys a neat speech ' home again. II. Nelson, who shot and slight- mule for $l:B. a ly wounded Tom Hode, Jr., at l.ily, The examining trial of Heatty Wick- - showing them that he had a fair chance James I'aterson, of Ilourbon, bought of being elected to the legislature. few weeks iko, was tiled fc'nturdiiy and of ltohcit Luid three broodmares at J'.K), litl'e. charged with the murder of F.van S. Warren began before county Judge acquitted, the proof showing that lie act- $10.i nml $1'.,0. Ibis morning at S o'clock Andy Ha- Lee on Sa'urday and at 4 o'clock v. i. ker nud Wade Pit reel! got into a dillicul-- 1 ed in W. L. Goode bought of Casey county over lloaters and came to blows. John ' William Owens, mineral inspector, ty parties '22 head of yeailing steers ami not being concluded was continued at o'clock. Hen Lee Har- Proctor, who was lately appointed con- has found coal on Cane Creek, tills coun- heifers ar$1) to $11.60. din, for the defense, was reinforced by stable in this precinct, came up and de-- 1 ty, IS inches thick without any seam, Givens A Carter sold 1'OOof the ewes ' and from 0 to II feet thick with "p'irt-in.- " advertised in this paper to "the McCor-uiac-k Messrs. George Denny and J. II. Nelhms, mantled peace or lie would arrest them. is undoubtedly the finest of Lexington. In addition to the attor Purcell drew his pistol and just as he This lltos. at fcl.oO. V. 1J. tired Proctor dropped to the ground re- -' coal in the State. The pacer, Johnson, beat Maud S.'s neys named heretofoie, Cnpt. Thu colored preacher, Sharp, who record of Thompson, of Harrodsburg, appeared for ceiving a bullet in the back of his neck at Cleveland Saturday, the prosecution. Nine witnesses have ranging downward. Proctor rose and was stabbed to death at Lebanon Wed- doing ids mile in 'J.OJj. nesday niht, wiii p.istor of the colored been examined and the testimony thus Ured at Purcell, the ball passing through The Texas cotton crop is estimated at far equals what was expected by the Ids bowels and at this hour, 10;!t0 a. m., M. K. church here, lie was killed by a J.OOO.OOO bales. At low prices the crop is in a critical condition. Proctor is prosecution. nero named .Siler, of Williamsburg, for will be worth $s 1,000,000. thought to be dangerously wounded. being too intimate witii Ids wife. Grapes, corn and tobacco are said to DRIPPING SPRINGS. Incitement ran high for a time, but John Nelson, of Hast Hernsttidt, was have been somewhat injured by' frost in badly hurt at l'ituburg Saturday evenMany of our guest who have been things have quieted down. Proctor is the vicinity of Galena, III., last week. ing. He attempted to get on a freight all ason will go home this week, under arrest. In this hurried report we' T. II. Davis, of Clarksville, Mo., who here train while in motion and was thrown married tiie same woman three times, which will leave some of our very best may have missed some of the facts in the 125 case. under thu wheels and one of Ids legs no and wasshot rooms vacant. Already more than asau!tcd his mother-in-labadly mashed that amputation was persons have written that they will ar, Thomas dead by Ids brother-in-lawA new process of rive on next Friday and Saturday. On Vaughn. hns just been discovered in Australia, is Kov. J. C. Gill mill wife, who moved we will set an ' The receipts of leaf tobacco in the Saturday, August 10th, elegant dinner and supper and give the attracting considerable attention in that to Iniisville ulrout two years ago, have Cincinnati market last week were the returned and will make Ionduti their largest of Hurley tobaP"o ever received grandest ball of the seasou in honor of colony. The new process obtains butter ' churning. Air is passed thro1 future home. Mr. Gill is in very bad by any market in the world, being .l.tlTti the correspondents of the Lancaster without the cream and the ellect of this is to ere' News, who will meet here that day. health. Mrs. A. It. Dyehe has been sick hogsheads. The ball will continue until near mid- ate certain chemical changes which sep- -' ' for several days, threatened with fever. The Itiehiiinnd, Va., city railway sta night and as the moon will be full, all nrate the globules of butter fat from the Little Hill Hannah has malarial fever bles were struck by lightning and bum who wish can go home by the moon- casein and thus produce butter. Hythis and Mrs. Sue Karris is very low with ty- ed. Mxty mules and hort.es, together light after the dance is over. A great means it is claimed that the best quality phoid fever. MImi Mattie Sawyer is also with seven Ktrcct cars, were consumed of butter can be produced from cream very low with consumption. many have, written that they will arrive The loss was hcavv. which is tainted by strong fodder, or John H. Dickinson tried some of the during the week, and witli anything soured by being kept too long. The air j The Cheapest of the Season. like favorable weather our house will On Thursday. August Mh, there will Charles Downing Irish potatoes this sea be crowded during the month of August. is introduced into the cream iuthechurn and found them earlier than the through an intermediate vessel, in which be a grand excursion to thu celebrated Our ciowd has not been large this Va., fiom all stations Karlv Hose and the smoothest and pret- - .season, but perhaps the more pleasant is stored water and a harmless solution, Kanawha Falls, .i .. . (nun .. .. unit' wc i..... which purities the air and otherwise reii-- ! between Lexington and Ashland, Ky., urni ...i beTate Catron have bought 14 head on that account, the average number - ' dera it suitable for producing the desired at the extremely low rate of $" for the ing between !50 and 60 persons, l'rofesround trip. Tickets will be good on train of mules, ranging in price from $110 to .sur Itiwli tin. il.iiiiMiii. linmti'r.i uill -n. effect upon the cream. The air pipes ..... ...,.., ..... ......... w. at 7:.'W .. m. and ar- $160 each. They bought 160 head of main dunng August mid perhaps Sep- open into the churn near the hottoun leaving sheep at ?.! and sold 14 mules to the and a slight bubbling ellect is produced, i riving at the Falls at il e. i., making an tember. If you want to have a good Stone Hines Lumber Co. for $..100. Gases of various kinds are driven out and ' enjoyable daylight ride through tome of time come to Dripping Springs. Itespt. in the course of lime email granules of and Somerset Reporter. the grandest scenery in the country, I). G. Slaucuitkh. Henry L.Martin purchased of Jus. butter are formed. The butter runs to ' u usei on or ueiiiru imn- gooi in reiuni '1'ioVi.tj njlfl III. Illlil lit Ntll. Hlngrnve fld acres of land lying near . the top of the churn nud the buttermilk ' ii.l "II "" ,v " " , " MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. wrl "x'l Cross at $I(V per acre. This is run oil from a tap at the bottom. The Wo have arranged Btions on this line. Clark Youpg, of Lincoln county, and process lasts from '.'0 minutes to 40 or 00 company for the low rate land U considered as fertile and good asi with the hotel -. of ?S per week for staying a week or any in the county. Capt. P. C. Kidd j Mr- Nettie Wesley were married at the minutes, according to the condition of sold 100 barrels of corn at $:.' per barrel, icsidenceof Mrs. Copenhaver, Tuesday, the cream and other circumstances. more, and 51.IX) per day for parties stay' Midway Clipper. July --".. Somerset Reporter. on a small scale have beMi ing less than a week. This is yourehanue trotting horse that is book-- 1 Guy, the A. J. Singleton, a widower of '21, made and prove clearly that butter can to make the cheapest trip of the season. 'Fine tithing, hunting, boating and bath- ed fur an ell'ort this year to boat the time nud Mis. Martha Susan Singleton, three be made from this svstem. ing. The hotel is situated on the river of Mauds., made a handsome showing tunes a widow and just Jll, were united Miss Jennie Slack, aged 10 year., residbank and has elegant boat nud bath- in nn exhibition tint at Cleveland la.t in marriage at David Harris', near High-wee- ing in the IUua-gnis- s region of Iowa, near The last quniter was within a land, MUunlav. houses attached. Do net fail to tako adculquarter of a second as fast as the llrst thousand unmarried females of Villisca, lias this season planted and Ten vantage of tliis. It will be worth double of corn, besides milking tivated the money. For full information call on quarter and the mile wus completed In lj0ton will lespond to the call for wives si v cows night and morning, and helpin Washington Territoiy and Tncoma any agent of the N. N. it M. V. Co. K. I). -- :10f. That was a great mule race nt thu tt,i .J0 thence to try their fortunes in ing in other work about the farm and J. L. Murphy, G. 1. A. household. The corn is in splendid con- Harrodsburg Fair. The entries wea-thm.itiimonial lottery. i union lor a oig crop aim tno young jany Judge .Sharp, Henry Watternon, Taiitl' LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. The marriage of Mr. John CunningJudge Miaip ham, of Itotirhou, a wealthy farmer of ' who raised it is said to be Reform mm D. G. Col-o- n. Wood-coc- k A private note frum llro. J. II. won in two straight hcato, Watterswti Oil and Miss Lavinia Cunningham, n nml iiiti'llicimt mitt nnni, tlu wnrse for nivs; the hard work she has done for her inwas hccoud, Tariir Reform was a poor hand-nin- e widow, of Richmond, half Nothing in'thft. way of news hero. third and Colsou got to bucking and waw valid father, who was unable to pay a that old, was the social event of last Mrs. Dr. Klkin is still better this mornhired nian or do it himself. Such girls week at the latter place. ing and everything indicates sure make good helpmeets for worthy and Ponce, Pence & Fai ris' line stallion, F.lection very quiet at 10 did himself and owners proud at the voung men. CHURCH AFFAIRS. o'clock. Hut few people in town. Clint'. llariodsburg Fair. He wore the blue' The largest diamond in the world is l l jr1.1 l Anderson, of color, who eamu out tie in everting he showed In and trot-- ! " ,"" now at the Paris Exposition. The Prince lb,':U against Herkele and afterwards withdrew ted 4.1. in the- -: ,'1?L91 ?; io'U class ou Tl.tim.lny, j M , sehool scholar, 1.100,104 teachers, total of Wales recently christened it the "Im-is out again this morning for the legiswere II line starters. ,,0 when there periul." It was found in South Africa in lature. His own nice is not voting lieu-l- y was second favorite and would have won' l ,, 1SS3 and was takou nt once to Amster, ,', rope ,nas My health standard is second money, uio most vaiuaoie for him. ine first, had bo not dam, where it was being cut and polish about as it lias been for several weeks. made a late season, which took from Hihle ill thu world. It is in Hebrew, that the Lord will him the work necessary to bring him weighs !'Jo pounds and is only carried by ed for a year and a half. The "Uegent" I am still contident .i Pope Julian in 15111 refused formerly the largest known diamond, .. . - , 1,. 1. .1 . UIIUU IllL'll ! MM pull me through. down iiuiuiiKiiiK lu ' ine i wo weighs Hid carats and is valued at f'!r ",w Pence & Farris wor'e two "slick" tiesand francs. The Imperial" weighs who ,has been Rev. R. C. Too Awful for Contemplation. were considered by competent :...i..... ISO carats and is valued at from 15,000,-t- o Pitts-bu'- i, In all the annals of warfaio and de- he very promising youngsters. Farris holding a protracted meeting at 17,000,000 francs. Ky., has organized a Haptist church is no record of death so Sandidge's bay mare was hhownin the struction tlieie m 2S members mid received 22 A appalling, in proportion to the number model tin tie 10 feet lonir, o feet wide ring and also took the hero with The meeting and weighing 1,000 pounds was caught mi co t io organization. of combatants engaged, as the death list blue. Jellico News. cont.iiUCS Hundred" that chargrecently in a trap of South Harwich, of the famous "Six llro. llarncs came up to the Parks Cape Cod. This monster is e&titnated to The flannel shirt has been making a ed at Halaklava. Two hundred and forty men fell on the Held; about 700 have triumphal progress this summer, but1 Hill Cmnp Thursday and was so pleased be fully 200 years old. As it stands the died at dillerent times and places since; still it is not universally popular. Thus, with the delightful company, the sweet distance between its fore flippeis is over of the survivers about one a week dies a writer of the Rochester Herald says music and llro. Jones' peculiar sermons ten feet. in the United States; every day or two a concerning it: "When it is brought that be at once rented a cottage and There is said to be a fourth cousin of new tramp confesses to being one of home the proud husband and fatherdons telegraphed Miss Marie and the Misses Ptesident Harrison living in Virginia, them, and if bometbing isn't done to stop it and goes foith to defy the sweltering Hiigbt.of Winchester, whose guest site who has not received an otllce, but tho it the death list of that gul'.aut band will beat of a Julv day. The next week it is is, to come at once. Pans Keutuckian rumor has not been verified. Kpoch. -- The church Methodist Episcopal eoon reach Into the thousands. Nothing washed nud then it is just about the size de- for the twelve-year-olson. Another South has now 1,1 10,00 members, Hy actual test it has been found that to saves the organization from utter rolls loumi and it is just a lit for, eluding 4,tpS Indians and 015 negrorf. run a locomotive under ordinary condistruction hut the wonderful recuperative was 112,041. tions cost.s 17.07 cents ti mile. powers of the survivors, who are increas- the baby. The fouith week it descends The net incicase for the year week it van- - Theie are 4,087 traveling and O.J'.OO local ing in numbers wjiilo retaining unim- to Hetsy's doll and the fifth The Pride of Woman. isliesaftogethei; disappears mysterious- - preachers. Haptisms: adults .VJ,ao:ij inpaired the same age. Hurdelte. A clear pearly and transparent skin is always n ly. It was seen to go into the wash tub funis .Jl.O.V.'. Theie are 11,4:52 churches, sign of pure blood, and all persons troubled with valued ut :?10,0,tO,:rl, and 2,:153 parsou- - dark, groa)-- , yellow or blotched skin cm rest He "And you are sure that I am the and tliat was the last of it." ages, valued at $2.705, 104. man who ever kissed you?' that their blood W out of order A few dotes 7"account flist and only ..i of lieges' lllood I'urlfipr & lllood Maker will ciu,"Of course I am sure. You do A Tennessee editor gives this lahoi: the causr and the skin will become slearand You Cannot Afford of the dllliculties under which he trantparent. Try It, ami if satisfaction is not ri en not doubt my word, do,you V" rtIIoW is it that Otll' readers expect US OUt' ,t tlilmeaton of the year to be without a siiod re, it will coit you nothing. It is fully warranted, A. K. I'tnny, UruKlst. He "Of course I do not doubt you, here,' 12 miles front a railroad, 25 miles1 ,a,B,Uarrlmea baham in the house, ai crampj-froi- ll my darling. I love you too madly, too It Is customary for all our people to turn out a river, 25 Utiles from a city, mil- e,.Ct ,lurrlic u una all Inanimation of the devotedly for that. Hut why,' oh, why ana bowcUute exeeeillnsly daiigcroui If not when a circus comes to twn. It Is also cmtonia-rof miles froth heaven, about two ach infor nil who have eer tried Canter's chicken did you reach for thu reins the very Om, tolls .of tlegg.' 0,ar. attended to t once to put one arm around Utiles from the devil lllld oilljMW yards hniea lUtsata will do moro goad In cae of the cholera cure to recommend It to their neighbors, stant I ventuied from a whisky shop, to get out a newsy, Uud lun an.0,hl,r mejC,iWon earth. w sar. It Is sjM on th plan of "no cure, no pay," by you if you had never been there before?" ' McKoberts J: SMgg lively and interesting paper?" nteo h. A. K. iMnny Uiuki Haute Express. for c0"nt-' $1,-U0- 0. ' pensions ", s I SUMMER GOODS -- AT- .l"' K Sat-urdn- ' e, T, R. WALTON'S. White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Ice Cream, x. j j M ASON'SsWIRE-TO- P FRUIT JARS Jar Gums. Sealing Wax and I ucc-eshiir- y. butter-making.whic- h Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stocli embraces Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware, Confections, i Cigars, Tobacco. m-i'i- t i T. H. WukXTOlT, J. P. Ilurion, Cleric. Main and Somerset Streets'. 's ! a. c smE We SINK. J.N. MENEKEE & mEME FEEl9 Dealers In k. i ROUGH AND SSESSED LUMBER, L,atlis, Sliiujjles, Etc., B3QX3MDS .3S&SH:, BOOKS Mouldings, Braclcots and Scroll Work, Cedar and Locust Posts. u.il carry a lull sto.l. of everything found in a timt-cla- 10 j e tine-looki- s Lumber Vard. A. C. SINE, IlUkincss Manager. of Marion IIonIc, ton will rind all the nev terest to them in the the leading paper of FARMERS, 'u - '' ' Central Kentuckj, each week, $ per year Send for three m mini Addre.s I! Manager, Danville, Ky. "nVrWI rPl? AIJ UyAllij Uucd l'ueday and 1'riilay of 50 Stockmen ot the counties Garrard and Waihiim- relating to matters of in Tr.ider, Horiemen and FOR SALE OR RENT. Gocd House and Ln at Maywood. Suitable for doctor or teacher. Uood school-hou- se on lot, U L. &TKPIIKXSOX, Apply to 41 O cent and try it Ilojle, lluiiness 15 Maywood, Ky STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. po-sib- ly W .J ",lf, All persons wishing a pleasant life and well plearj wife let them me Patent Flour made at Stanford Roller Mills Call for it at your groA M. Tcland has 4 good Milk Cows for sale, alt cery, and if they have not got It 011 hand, urge thoroughbred ShorthsriH, wilhcnhes 10 days old, them to keep it. or get an order from them and get and I within 34 hours of each other. and it at the Millfamily. will guarantee a pleasant luwing had interesting V X. I'OTTS, Superintendent. A good chunce to get a good cow and a thorough9j bred bull calf cheap. Also havii some nice young for service, bulls ready A. M. FELAND, 37 Stanford, Ky. ROWLAND, KY FOR SALB! olei Pealer In LARGE ROAN COW' with RF.I) NKCK and ear. white back, marked with two lits 'n tho Taken up b) .Mrs Jose Klmore about May tst, alued before me hy Robert Frederick l SSo, and ana Sol. S tlmore at 15. iniiiuiri, iih, HL'UH SEARUi: 4.1 J. I'. L.C. t Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Hoots, Shoe, Clothing, Hardware, Queens-war- e, Tinware, Furniture and a General Lino of Groceries, All kinds CRESS & MARET, , Fancy Candies, Canned Goodi.ecc. of 1'rodm.o taken exchange for goods. 111 HEAL ESTATE AGENTS Mt. Vornon, Ky. Coal and Timber Lands an I Farms f r sale ruipundcnce solicited, 44 Cor w COMPANY d &1 ' . . j j "; mxA vads . i : t jjtja5i VTJ.S r ...-.i- '. THIS preparation, without Livor-Moles, . rtcui.- - itijiiry,removesFrook- Pin-plo- s, tt WIITL.rr LriJX . iv w m mm rfbM-I lJ & ioa, B, Black-Hoad- mm m sum-iloil- S y will render the most stubbornly red akin soft, smooth and white. Viola Oroam is not a paint or ro wdcr tocover defects, but a remedy to cut e. It ii superior to all otlie'r preparations, and is guaranteed to l'Ivo satisfaction. At drug gists or mailed for 60 cents. I'reparcd by Tan. A few applications Sunburn and OiV.KY. 'I o. . HiTTisnrcra As TOtKOO, OIIf). co., I' Terra For Falc at McRoberts Ptarg's, Stanfon', Ky iMaliilim' .J - . ii,s"f .W .. 't V ?"??;' TTTnnriTi'irinniTi ir it lirwfcTpi imi . ., ijSTi i riii muni in inn . ""."rjaKS5aspMsMWWc.aMsMMWMss '.!.-.(.- . Semi-Weekly Interior Journal1 1880 i nn M..11 tn Lolll'VO flint. Ilf WOlllll be the hero in a miserable still hunt. Sharp' Majority About the Usual. Aug. 5. Vote- apparently LorisviLt-K- , - -- PRICES DOW1T TO- - Stanford, Ky., August'G, W. P. VALTON. mis-tnk- light throughout the State, with indications that Sharp will have about the usu Times. al majority. Rockcastle 100 Republican. m. In this Mt. Vkiinon. Aug. 5, 5 THE LOWEST NOTCH -- e Tun prohibitionists made a big in ranking a contest against Dick i precinct republicans are only 20 ahead. Warren. It was almost n settled fact will go about 100 republican, a County froiii the first thnt lie would be elected falling otrfrom former majorities. .T. M. and thnt the prohibitory law would be Tomllnson Elected in Garrard. amended. It would liave therefore been ' Lancaster, Aug o. cjolson's majority to have let this eke-- ; much better politics We effort week in the county about 100; Tomlinson tion go by default, if they could not .1. II. W. RICHARD CRUTCHFIELD WARREN. about !00. hnvo conscientiously agisted in Mr. "Warren'8 success and reserved all their Gets NEWS CONDENSED. There In Great Shape, as we Said he forces for a Btraight vote on the law Would. T. Shanks and Bland Ballard have should it ever be resubmitted, which we is or His Majority Is FullY 1,230 and Sharp's been appointed storekeepers and gangers honestly do not care whether it in this district. not. Their campaign has driven main and Brecklnrldae's 450. been, goods. The president appointed about 100 Cost is men from them, who would have voted of. We The sovereign) of Lincoln county deand has in room postmasters Saturday, but not one In prohibition on n direct get Stock cided by a big majority yesterday that Kentucky of the a great measure weakened the strength Dick Warren loss. save shall be their representanow bu LouWin. Miller, a brakeman from they might have relied on had they not tive for the next two yeaw in the legisGoods, Boots, Shoes, Caps, isville, was terribly mangled by being forced a moral question into a political lative halls of the State. Wo have neve., cars at Nieholasville. democracy, from by the race and fought the er had any other belief than thnt they run over from the ollice of Auditor of Report whom they had in the election of 1SS0 re would so decide, for hta position on everv that there are t,(i0- -' saloons eked their principal support. question dear to the democratic heart State shows in Ohio, paying a tax of $l,lti0,14.".0d. The medical world is just now much was presented by him so clearly and so Tanner is going to the (.5. A. K. eninterested in what is termed the Dr. honestly thnt our abiding faith in the campment to get an endorsement from Elixir of Life. It is wisdom of the majority has never wav- the men he is looting the treasury for. We know nothing more nor less than a fluid made ered. Hesides ho is the most capable some very be in. to move Two men were instantly killed and from the vital organs of animals, notably and competent man thnt the people have 0 Uoods. ,4 vcru convince now to vote tor (or the position two others received injuries from which clianco . I .. f I .." the Iamb, which is injected into the cir- - ' nevci for some years and they did not propose tln.v died, bv a tiremature blast near quoted, on. stock. dilation of n decrepid or broken-dow(hat had no Clarksburg, W. Va. complete rejuvena- - for the Mike of a entim.-nt- , So; man, resulting in a Dr. Hourigan, who escaped from the 75c; Shoes tion. Wonderful tales of its success are j business in politic, to throw it away for 25, Shoes Bardstown jail on the 11th of July, was a " who could not have done being told, but they must be taken like j Shoes, sewed in Tennessee Saturday and has captured aud snake stories with a great deal thing of consequence had he been elect- So. been taken b.n-- to prison. of allowance. !ei'' idle in Come -- There are 9.S02 coke ovens .Mr. Warren is fully equipped to do his j : The Owensboro Messenger heads a , county and State distinguished service the Pennsylvania coke region where a probable that the dispatch telling about a dam at I'lain-,,- ,, ne w;n n the trike is on, and it is Main Mt., 0 foure-hea31. SALINGER, N. J., which is likely to DreaK ami body, which promises to bo an unusual- remainder of the men will go out. field, repent the Johnstown horror, Dam ly capable one. A thoroughly honest As her friends were preparing Mr?. Dangerous." This almost equals the christian centleimui. Mr. Warren s word Mary Calnlian for burial ai Syracuse, N. Two men and three bovs were torn line Emmett Logan wrote for the article is as good ns any man's bond and what Y she wared them out of their wits by t0 j,jm, jn IU, explosion of giant pow announcing Jack Barrett's declination of he promises his constituents he will do turning over and asking for something .i... nVpitbHe Mine, near Mar the republican nomination for treasurer, to the letter. We were proud of him as to eat. Iquette, Mich. bnt as it was not printed we fear to take our nominee mid are still prouder of him The Territories of Wyoming and Ida- Another "family feud" is reported into confidence and give it asour our readers ami now, as then, ho will form a constitution and elect froul pat i.U'k, in tht Kentucky nioun-- j to them. is said we are forced to exclaim, "Hurrah for State othoors this fall nn.imake a request u,ing( nml tu. wholc country-sid.. r. n ...l...i, .,,.. in ... n in lui - lO iIK' UP Ul mill. . i'i miun .iiii (. n Dick Warren, the champion of pure dem .wi uiv iiv.vi i niiornhw ii ir in i win in nil' ...-Is Receiving His first assistant postmaster Clark-oi ocracv!" hoi? wort h 52. over which the smiths loinu liiioii. general, is a man after the ollice seekers' , sliislifrs fe to lighting. One man A Kanawna rans excursion wu w Warren's majority is about 1,200. own heart. He has decapitated 13,000 pre run on the C. & 0. Aug. Sth at S3 for the has been killed and others will bite the Warren's majority in the Stanford dnmrwrntfo nostinasters in the same time round-trip- , good till the 20th. FNhing dust. 522, Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a that it took his predecessor to behead ji'incts is Trial i. ..,:.... i,ti.t., nml liimtiiu' nre some Tho directors of the Somerset Bank" be- We downed em badlv, but we never """"" """'" 4.000 republicans. Clarkson is a firm ing Company, satisfied from tho increasof the attractions. liever in the republican theory that to crow over a fallen foe. Whitecaps drove Mrs. Heleyand her ed business of that bank that an increase Warren had 47 majority nt Highland victors belong the spoils and he is the three daughters from their home near of capital stock will be necessary and ju00 at Kingsville. at last accounts and carrying it into practice with a vim. The dicious, have decided to increase the capThe election here yesterday ,was so Cynthiana and burned the house. killed at whole kettle were prostitutes and had ital stock to 100,000. to be paid in on or The sea 8erpent has been there was but little fun in it. before loth of September next. Itepub- last. The captain of a ship sailing in the The Benetown band was on hand, with been warned to leave. of Scott county, left lican. Tom Wright, Gulf of Mexico savs that they saw a Brent Hays drum major, making music The losses from lire in the I nited nrf church during a rainstorm Sunday to monster 80 feet long, shnped like an ell, for Warren. madr o Die btt urn killer. .d riKll.ri lmn , Ik. tJ. put down the curtains of his buggy, States and Canada during the first six- i.Ai.iiis "IKJIMRII'M a snake, and that they with the head of Judge It. J. Breckinridge telegraphs crushing him to months of this year are reported at 5VI,laid him out with a couple of Full vote here with when a tree blew down, from Danville: 101,377, of which ?33,77S,122 fell on the death and killing two liorses. bombs. He squirmed around a few Sharp well up. .MinufjUurcJ am) I r .jlrto the lrJr by the is a fair Parson Sam Sharp, of Williamsburg, insurance companies. If this moments after being wounded and then Sharp and BrecKinridge carry the average, nearly 130,000,000 of property sister and liRVG CO., sank dead as a mackerel. county by fully 450, about double Cleve- ran oil" with George Siler's Ky. United Stau-went to Lebanon. Siler followed them is destroyed by fire in the land's majority. bed stabbed and Canmla every year. Taxner reports that he has made There was considerable whisky afloat there and catching them in Deaf and dumb men ought to be special &S cases for pension, and that the parson to death. All colored. for a prohibition town, but there was one of the attorneys who procleaned out kept off the railroad tracks. Two were Lemon, The knights of the road comparatively little disorder. car on the killed by not doing so Friday. At cured his appointment, has the largest Walnut Flat vote stood the passengers in a Ato::'.0 the Hawesviile, David Morgan attempted to commission will number of them. The Wabash Western road, but the conduc 74, Colson 42, Warren 7;t, Montcross a trestle, and n.ot seeing the ap whitewash him and the G. O. Sharp no doubt tor put them to night with a lantern as gomery 27, Miss Bogle CO, Niles 17. P. endorse him, but there will not be another car. proaching locomotive, was ground to a word from they attempted to cross into We could not hear At rans, iiammon .uni.iii.-isuch plain Bailing for the looter when pieces. Huston has given Waynegburg though we held open till and crushed to Congress tackles him. 5771,300,000, rep was caught on a bridge 8:30, but it is likely U arren carried it. urer Hyatt a receiptor death. money ami se(Vil. W. C. P. Breckinridge, of Ken of the officers of Morgan's Crab Orchard at G o'clock was as fol- resenting the amount oi The curities in the United States Treasury tucky, delivered one of his most elo-- j Command, who snllered penitentiary lows: Sharp 182, CoUon B52, Cobb 20; the former. confinement, which took place last week Warren 224, Montgomery 7.'!, Miss Bogle turned oVer by the latter to quent speeches' last week standing on W. B. A. General Grenfell almost annihil- Plymouth Hock, with the descendents of j at Winchester, was largely attended by 183, Xiles 100. in Egypt Satur- the Pilgrims for an audience. Mis sen., Sharp 244, Col- ated the Dervishes them and other of the boys who fought Hitstonville, ( i A big banquet son 14S, Cobb 14, Breckinridge 202, War- day. Fifteen hundred were killed in- tences were eloquent, forceful ami patrifor the Sunny South. the leader and his otic, and stirred his hearers as only Ken wound up the day which proved one of ren IJ07, Montgomery 101, Miss Bogle cluding principal lieutenants. Only 300 fighting tucky eloquence can. In introducing genuine enjoyment to the gray and 374, Niles 7. grizzled veterans. The prohibition vote in the county is men nre left. him Gov. Long feelingly referred to the A Montgomery county, Mo., farmer tribute Col. Breckinridge had paid to less than 300. It would not have been The Young Men's Editorial by 130 had Mr. Warren had repub- cut and threshed 140 bushels of wheat Massachusetts on the floor of Congress. of which It. E. Moruingstur, of the that from two acres of ground. The lnnd wns lican opposition. Bowling Democrat, is president, J. Fletch Smtistioof Coin. Tho weight and Will keep..constantly on hand a large and select line of Furnituro Lawyer Davison behaved beautifully broken up from clover last year and the Neel Glenn, Marcum, wheat wns so heavy the reaper could bulk of the gold and silver coin now held and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods and we embrace this occasion to tender treasurer and E. C. Walton, secretary, in tho United States Treasury form the can be bought in the cities. Give him assurances of our most distinguish- - scarcely cut it. ino a trial and you will bccon-vince- d will mnr.t.nt. nnwlhiL' Green Oct. Hull, editorof the Boli- subject of inquiry by n correspondent of Charles M. that I sell lower than the lowest. when a handsome reception will be ten- - j el consideration. Squire liugh .senrgent, cieru nt wal var countv Democrat, was killed with a a mathematical mind and he finds tint , t, , UUIIU llll-Jat Knwdale, Miss., by S. A. the weight of the gold is 001 tons of 2,000 nut Flat, laid us under special obliga- shot-guwide tions for returns from his precinct, sent Weissinger, editor of the Bolivar Beview, pounds and the silver S.000 tons. PackThe report having been given Jltmilfi thehorteit. Uur .jlcVcit between Whitney every few hours. the result of a bitter personal controver- ing it along tho highway as cord word is circulation that packed, the gold would make a barricade would be a candidate for the presiden. At the close of the polls Tumersville sy in their respective papers. New OrJim Combs, Jesse Barnett and 4 feet high, 4 feet thick for a distance of tial nomination in 1602, thnt gentleman stood: Sharp 103, Colson 03, Cobb 21, arrest at Mt. Ster- :i:tt feet, aud the silver, if similarly packho says he is Breckinridge 173, Warren 220, MontgomCharles Wall, under publishes a card in which IQ2fflVIGCS32QH ling for the murder of John A. Bose, of ed, would extend 4,248 feet, or HntireTfln Kun Through Without ChBBe; not a candidate for that or any other of- ery 33, Miss Bogle ISO, Niles 10. to win. They of a mile. If packed in cart1?, one ton to 232, Colson 13:1, Powell county, have confessed. fice, but willhelpthebcstinan Sharp Stanford, No. throughT.uTjekvick. nearCobb 20, Breckinridge 230, Warren 203, say they were hired to do it by enemies each cart, the procession would be The Somerset Hornet is little but it's Montgomery 37, Miss Bogle 204, Niles of" Hose, who agreed to pay them 5300 ly M miles long, of which distance tl e South liruml -- Traiii No ,. Iuliman lloudoir loud. Not tall enough to be seen on the 37: for convention 330. against and not each. carts would cover 2J miles to Shreveport CI Irani .No. s. Pullman llomlnlr floor of the hall, it has climbed up in a nt Jut ty Miss Lillian Dumont, a society belle and the silver over ISO! miles, New York. F,Ht'iln.t.!.,.',,!i,.1-,,l-Nc!''"" "J Clnclniuu chair aud with all the lung power of Glen Haven, attended a Telegram. el t Neither Judge Breckinridge nor J. L. summering at 'xllllll Mcccrt St. Louis . .... ..nl.lf. iiAtiiitintitd Tililfrfa !i 'c wrmin vu M. V U. " w u i. h 1ruce, democratic candidates for the ball and was found in a toilet room of A coloied gentleman of Bedford conn w m itonL'iinr nf iiipiiester. lor irov-- Senate and legislature respectively, hud her hotel next morning dead. She had Condemcd Schedule in Effect March ji, iS ty, Va., who collected 700 for a new ernor. Do we hear a second? opposition in Bovle and they got the made a cord of her corset strings and Baptist church, turns up a defaulter and ' KICAD Kicv3:DO"wr with this had hung herself to a transom offers a curious explanation. With the Instead of a decrease, as promised, pretty full democratic vote, IkAl.N.i hOt'ril "i'kaTnsnor-- i il frame. 233, Colson . money in his pocket ho was caught in a No. 7. Wo. 3 N, No J. No. j. No. 4. no. 1. . there was an increase in the national) ' Stanford, No. tfo. 6. STATIONS. Tho jewelry store of F. J. Altman, Daily. Dally. Lim. Daily Fast debt for July of SI, 017,311. The pension 20), Cobb 12, Breckinridge 230, Warren Kansas City, was robbed by n daring rain storm and soaked to the skin. On, Daily Ex. Sun. Dail I.lm. ihx. Sun. Dally. K. Lim. l.lm Daily reaching home he put the greenbacks on payments were larger than ever and it ;hu, .Montgomery w, .miss nam iogie A'r 6 40 a m. 6 41 pm 10 15 a in 3 pm 4 03 p m bco pin 7 jjam Lve... '.Cincinnati 7 a m 30 Con- - thief, who snatched 510,000 worth ot dia.. u iiiiamttewn...!. vc 5 13 a m a plank to dry, when along comes a . 9 5.1" SM'm 9 30 m 0 30a m , Jipm wont take long to reduce the surplus if 250, Niles 108, For Constitutional m at ...Georgetown 410am 7 14 a ni U38P in . . .vjjy... ml n. 10 99 in I monds from a case and escaped, keeping l ... ..Lexington 3 4a m, 4 15 pjn 7 00 a m 1110 pm is permitted to proceed nt his vention 380, not voting and against 73. miiu itiiu ijiuwb uiu iiioney it3ojimi 7 35 pin 1055 pm Tanner a pistol until l.i'....Liiu. S. R. R. ..Arr The prohibitionists put up a fellow his pursuers at bay with away, strange as It may seem, people rate. Ilurgin Arr lite named Curtis forconstablo in the Turners- - he got away in a hack. are disposed to doubt tho gentleman's 11 31 p nil g 45 pin Ilurgin 11 17 am Lve Arr ' 55 m 3 lop m 5 jo a m 10 50 p m At Middleborough, upon which town story, but it is and treasurer villo precinct, but he only got 0 votes. Danville pui The republican auditor jut as reasonable as those 11 50 pm 9i ca pmiu 16 a rn 4j inn Jjnra 1031 p m City $10,000,-00- 0 2 is n in a 53 a in spending Junction 15 30a min jaoa m o 10 pm oj other defaulters who tell lmw funds 300 pm 10 pniu 05 a in 00 pm of Warren county, 0., only got off" to M. J. II. Alcorn was voted for without English capitalists are a Somerset. 05 a in 15 p m 0 30 a in a in . ...Oalilalc developing it, contracts have been intrusted to their care o 50 pm in 5 " 4 15 935pm ii ssani Canada with $03,000. There was no more his knowledge nnd got most of the 4 35 am have been blown 8 75 am 40 p m,Ar'v Chattanooga. ...L've 0 10 pm 753a m signed for gas, water, electric works and into this or that rat hole scheme, or 1000 pm 406a m would have been rest of the votes cast. to take or the amount 91011m 7 09 p m L've Clinttinooga,, ..Ar'v 7 35 m acoa m p in Ar'v railAttalla... oj pm 9 49 ! 447 Miss Kate Bogle's majority for school ice factory, and plans adopted for more in keeping with such exploits of blown away by the wild winds of legiti45 P m L've.. Ilirmingham 45 P m 00 p in 3 to p m round-hous&c, ..Tutcalooia 6 08 p in 30 m. oam commissioner is in the neighborhood of road machine shops, brethren. his party mate speculation. 0 11 35 pin 4 45 am 'Ar'v.., ...Meridian ......L've ..... ........ mmn in & N. 1,000. Prof. Niles is a good man, but the to bo built by the L. 6 30 a m II 00 a m Ar'v..iNew Orleans., ..L've Ijam 3 35lm paper at 4 loam L've Meridim I'uiri will be held in Kentucky at the following Ar'v ., 9 4lii C. 0. Moohe'b prohibition A tramp named Pete Olson was people lovo justice and thought that L've ......Ar'v Jackson 6 top in 919am nnd pUccs: Lexington has gono up tjie spout after a Miss Kate wns entitled totho office. .. found in an old house near Seattlo with times in ijani L've....Vicksl)iirg u p ml Shclbyville, Auguit ij, 4 days. , 4 35 pin L've Monroe 005 a ml Ho was feeling badly existence of three months. It labored ..I 8jjpm Ar'v....Shreveport..... Danville, August 6, 4 days, There were all kinds of rumors Sntur the typhoid fever. 600 a m got little or no support and the wonder day and Sunday about the republicans ami lay down to rest, but whenhoawoko nardstown, September 3, 4 days, Train No. t, Pullman lloudoir lluflet Sleeping Cars, New Or!cans to Cincinnati long. Glasgow, OctoLer 1, 4 days, is that it lived so ruuning candidates, but they turned out a burning fever held him down nnd for Columbia, Shrevennrtta Chnttanooca. Ausut 30, 4 days. wa sleeping inrs Mew irainixo 0, I'uiimamimiuoir nuneiu..fr. ci.w ...- - .... unoans to.. Cincinnati. 11.... .1,.:. Danvillo Advocate, to be false. When it was stated that Dr. ight days ho lived without food or i Richmond, August 13, 5 days. The editorof the ram &. a n..ii.... iiuuuiih n,i iiHMM.m.ri.11 ot ui iisn,uiiuuta o iincmati uumuii greatest anguish. When Sleeper frnniKnoxvlll, to Cincinnati, via W. A. and K.1. T.. V. . Clnciniuli Tans, September 3, 5 days, J. S. Cooper, of Crab Orchard, would ter, suffering the Mr, II, E. Woolfolk, is sojourning at rui.'Miv v. wiau.i.KV .1 parched tonguo had swollen so Lawrcnceburtf, August ao, 4 days. U G. K DWAItDS, Gen") I'ass. and JOHNC.UAULl, Ueneral .Manager, and writing some very interest- run for the legislature, we immediately found his Tkt. Agt. Lexington, August 97, 3 days. Cincinnati, Ohio. pronounced that a lie as we knew the much it protruded from his mouth. ing letters to his paper. I T3IS WEEX.- ' 'i'.i make our last this J ' All seasonable first-clas- Prices hare cut until 'lost siht want for our new departments and must rid ot Summer Buyers can at any a handsome sum mahin their purchases in Dry Jlats, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! ... Brown-Sequn- rd n J j any-fis- h that attractive prices must niade order me remainder pur bummer short visit will inai. woiuiue muae prices such a 'oeforc Ladies' Lace Slippers, tan and black, i0c. worth SI. Children's Slippers loo. Ladies Kid Button worth $1 worth $2; .Vcn'sFine ivorth S2.o0; Mens Fine Calf $1. 2p, hand in all sttls, Sl.oO, worth early and secure these Bargains. Stanford. Milliliter. -- d i, Ho Co BUPUIiY9 WINTER j ( repres-utnt:v- MERCHANTTAILOR FALL AND GOODS i e a . - . w.-(-v- i s, . 1 . ... . ....,-.- . . 1 The Great Remedies one-side- d well-direct- s WILLIAMSlirKC Williamsburg SEW FURNITURE STORE! MAW HrFFMAIn IKRDP. sK-pin- g i s- Wad-el-Jum- L vice-preside- 23-2- 0, " n 11 Cincinnati and leans. five-sixth- s 1 gold-bearin- g i It..!-..- . I W 1 I f Tv i. i I 2-- Sharp , Ul. i 4 I I 1 ( r t 1 1 1 I .,-..- . ci'ii-iiiiiiii- j high-hande- d 1 1 I 1 . ' I e, .1 11 ,1 1 I 4 4 1 North-Houn- 1 HM -- m.-- .. , l'e-tosk- At m I - t 3.' -- ilfe, 4. JiA v- ', a?&-V- . ' j tt. w ., u 4r , t h Semi-Week- ly iNTERinKiiauRNAL UMUr i, 18S9 Oiiix (nlfn. Jo Wor KNtv-iK-Jin- d elder milk at T. Met- - .. Hr.NitY SAipre him r tgold cuiT button tthat tltu owner an got by paying (or this NEW AltVKHTISEMENTS- - THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. Eetftbllshod 1819. A full nnd experienced corpi of Tc.ichcr Clatitcal, ncicutlfie nd elective ccuri of tuuy. Ligation healthful and accctmble. buperlor adv.intatte for a liberal and thorKeflned Chr.ttun homei. Increased enduwnnient and enlarged 1 acuity for coming ough, education car. For caUio.tie and othtr inlormati.ti, npplvto W. O YOUNG, D. D., Presldont. Danville, Kj?. Stanford, Ivy., to Thompson's tonic rial art rooiirs nfltfrtimlmve or nunt hnlr trim. taotlce. rov Ixatkim.h In jail for diwin erij u wassub'-eiiuentl- To Stools Traders. i linclcjvd the itd U. 11 Joiie itabtti No 31 mid 3j l.ojril utcct, Atlanta, (.ix. Have rt'fitted and rcminJcJciJ the itl.lo, making them the bet appointed In ihiiicttlon (or tl itock trjcle. 1 cordhllv iclicll the tnitrnn.ii:c of mv fritndu onl of all former utomerof the mjliltn Mr Lortn. mc In the lxnlnt to Jono will So-- 3t J t KE1I) I E.C.WACTON, bum. knife, but ManaRor .... . SEMINARY FOR YOUNG ii- NAMIV1XLIJ, TENN. A reflnrIChrltlRii home, tliornuililyorsniilzrd nun. Sitlnrlnn bchool fnr Ilu v n cm o( Slug Shot for 'St eta anil! Juirii.ATioK. Mr. 'Warren's friends ro iitt (imrM- of fludy thorough and practical NoicIiihiI In tlivfoiith or Wtrt ran ullir a tnornele-Kaplrl 'WEANS BUSINESS. home or lfatilrr.urrciiii'llnK. I.argr.t enrnllnunt of any prhonl fnr girl, iiithpcltvdiirlnictho Wl the bugs on your cabbage. T. Met invited to meet hii.i here next Thursday rati) ar lloaid reduced to r.iipt'r mouth. For catalogue addrm.l. II. HANCOCK, l'rliirliml. fa(.ilf. nllit (or n little jubilation over his A I)i:stKAIlLF. Co.iKsuii! settle vour riecoirit A. K. ! IVnnv. befit feed cutters irt HlggiiiR it Me- mous victory. Tin: Watcw.h.--. mid RESIDENCE SALE. nthvA nitd n;I1ll.v.Hi .iTxainine the J'r. Bailey anil Lost. On the lluatonvlllepikea I? I'.itini Hi.lcmdtiirl KENTUCKY. Findjetenr-rin- . containiiiK-ciiimci.t,""u Cit-- uUw- . . . I offer for suit prtvntclv my Kelilen. .ind l'.vo TiiRWpliiro'w toy 1889. Sopt. Acretof Land uii Uanvilfe tlrvct in SLinTorJ. '1 he Next Session Opens be rewarded if left at my oUi'o. ......IUI.... . u home r wim y and In Kd repair and all the ne un.uuM... ...II... .e(d.i l.i nt V. H.I ANOTIIKll mrl linn iiecn dded to tlits er willC(Ker. SCIENTIFIC ' THREE COLLEGES THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF (.. It. eary Kuthkiueii are nUi.hcil I'oosiou Kiven lu'uvvou; school AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. Kltnili two weekk alter ale rT lurilirr particu int, tablets 1W and growing family of Couuvy H the heartrf the H'ue Ur.iit rririon. t.oot. fiet ahuve el teel KLtinedand In' the county court yesterday the will lar call on Col. V O WVkli Stanford, Ky trad Ilcullhv paper, i..tilH and oh(d supples of ultClerk (.!. I). Cooper. drvttmeat Luiamie, S')imm lrntjry community 'tudcrti linj h'mointhe beat families and Memorial Hall Kxpi ne mod. of It. 0. Hy water was probated. It (jives kinds (nxn A. li. ivnny. $160 to J240. Atlcmlan e last session, 31 1. from it Statu and Pcrritnrlca. I rr full informaernte M C SAl'FLEY 4t. A l'o-- T moi.tbm rev(wiled that both tls L. H. BLANTON, D. D Chancellor. tion and Caul, sue pj ly to bin property to hioehildren and appoints luiir and hriin of Mr. John S. (iill IwtJ his son, ii. C. Hyv.nter, executor. Ef ERSOHAL POINTS. C0tI.MISSI03ERTS SALE I.oi;s to the wife of A. A. Lewis, on. flourishing August lut, a boy. Somerset Hornet. released. WARD'S - LADIES. nt A Wry - pock-etbo- ok I FPU An, .... iiiii'-h- CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, RICiniOND, CAL, ! Ilth, STUDY-CLASSI- ik, MimKikic Mdvpcil, of Kikin, Inl., if the guest d MImj iuti .DeL'nmv. Miss llosr Saii.nouc, 4 Purin, is the igucst o( hersuucle, Mr. Wx Kulieger. Mil. J. E Faiihm has gone do Han ville to lu ether llttii MutriV iyes treat ed. Mis Li. as lid iiav.uk is 'Mm. K. 1. Wood. tlo vilest of Itfcome a Hd . Wallace K. Vakvok in out after Mtitii Mi7MIJ: a tangthy owUniuiuuiil ankle. MlSsKS ISjOIIA AMI a grained JKino, of Morelund, ae-- o vir.itni; JUss Winnie Straub. .Mux. Cwu'M.'r.ur.baj. 41a nc to few weak with Maiichestunitoispcnd .Ioi(.t:. l'lcxic Jolind'telt will five a piosie iid their v Tikixi: nlic have not at Ottviibnfim Saturday, AuUbt 17th, to . tonntH with vt will plt.(tv all nnilK-ttlaMuwe-anot.Ler winch all d nuiRt hnveitt. Wo need the money " ainiiM.'iiM'OtH willbe furnkhel. C'jiirlH it Cor. Miu II. C. 1aw wivh that he had .no Tin: famils of II. W. (.iaiia-- aie reason vhatevor to biiHHct anything tc the c!tatjf it (ieriiuui turned Ficher, wroiiK vtitl the dnimmer, W. T. Dear-in- u who leuv- - one valuvd at fil,i4, and tkc Kiehiiiond woman, until 'the Wii anions liv heirs mother avl Hictor of the latter came as the eeleltriJ they had wnducltsl thenisclijefl iu a ,per i. m Mill the airt'iit r fectly projKT manaer. I'ati'iillfeed Ciutor.tiic most euttT that hai rer been mii. A l)oiuritA.T. iet Awaymacc l"n:le A7 Mie can had, fixm lunid to hort I. I.opui Jawfon, who lias been voting Wcr. T. Metealf. the deiiKMwitic tioivt for ti'2 year, came are-invited Valuable Lincoln County Land. Lincoln Orcult Court Admr . i'.l'i . vs. Sarah Cnok' Hr Sarah Ac . Uk(i . and a U Cook's I r . Tiff . vt a. it Cook' Crs., Ac , Def-- . Stanford Female College FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1889. ' Iih Ck' I t J. 31. HUBBARD, A. 31. President Instruction Uy vlrtucofa ludgmbin of the Court Jl II. March torrn, IB1, I Lincolu Circuit will on r,cui,yo( Trained Teacher. Excellent Iloardlns Department. F i'l information given on application. .Thor.ugu ' , Discipline Strict. Tuesday, August 20, 1889, At il o'clnck a tn or thereabout, on the premise ... .. I.. ........ ..ll.n.l,.l...l.... IUJ Ul pUIHL ULIIIIJT MCI. HI IllV.IIIIC.fc WUUCI Ui-jk'- a TATE COLLEGE! 03E1 1 TWENTY PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. ' Two Tr&cte of aTaiunblo Farm Land, Dccrihcd at follow i. it The first Tract run. taint ij Acre, of gtnd Land and haton it a ood frame and britk dwellinfi home often roomt.vith cellars and best tpniij; in the county alio a chnly-- (i crap tiwoter nrrtytedatt friemlH. and suppled to lnr theiHeirro lluri Mis I.ylxA::i:ii, ( Unarodshtrg, lUickn, w ho tcapen froui the jail here u visiting Mr. Dr. and .rther luriHil out to le HOtnelxKsy cW nnd Mr. trieiulf iastill nijnuH a prwontr. ThoSK M:i. S. I.. Kowr.m ittivoi from Co- mwirrd, thounh, will be reryuutto hrini lumbus Nitutvlo "Wit JJuJ ' v',n nt'r lit to. htislirunl here. Tut mean temperature or .July ww ltinoiKmii. ! Wavorly, TiVt. than lrt year by a ckysree ami Kaiiviifli Ik viJtn his bru'.WnriiirU.ivl in In'sT by 0 dei're. Th kM tltm Mr. Sine. hwivr,th(ji Ikmiir raiufaH uiwnmi-iuill- y ix)uis Mk. ami .Mm.f 'mil SonnK, if raitn da x during the tiKnitli. The eoli at Mr. 1Mb wa the vllle,Me Hpuiiditti' a few merhottt ilay, W.Ji.,Iadder..rV. cery nsaUied -. poi-tio- n TTfiK NMeliol-ville 1m II'A-k.- 0-c- h .--.. Miu-Jai- ik A.-O- . 1 1 hetwYi'ii tli9(MrKitud the platfonu nnd J i ml hih f Jeur masti oil' and the loot a hit riifht Joarfully iiwnirh'd. He citizen of I'ittobiint and wmh under rtlie itlluenc of uhkky when be wan hurt. i. . Walnut Flit Yin: new whool-hoiiMiiaiLciiriin: comjdetion and will beayood one. Mi-- n Mint Uuchainui has been eii-Kihtok J. L. i5oii.in,-j- f the Wind.-lerHui'iilhs.1 to t(.fuli tU M'ltool and will oien i . . homo f'dl-. .. . . M. HI ncr ... tne loawecM wiw pay 1.... j UiewJlll. and attended uhireli htv Sunday. much n month aud ilr.uv tl.jt per capita Mi-iw IWihu. .iiKvii, of Icllerfttr. and intend to run their ville, and Maggie 'oik, of vUiuinville, r thcm.'dvcw M'hooKux toeiitht montliH. Mies Minie . Mirj. JJ. A. 7vaim. iuivtii of Mi-cettilktite autl hna had Minn.s M tTir Wim.muh, of Mt. Wr-- i holik a experienc' as a teacher. j ear' mon, and l!lniwhe.M)(hdl, wf Nashville, iuc thuKueMHof Mw. W. J. jtark. Tjik Jtkliiuond KejrMer telk of the Miih. F. K. lArxtx, Mk Jcnriio Porr dt..intearAiice of Frank C. Ilaneh, travel- ami Mr. Wilbur Atluw, KUcMst of Crab furnkhiuj: K""'1 for Orchcrtl SprlnnH, x ere here yu.?rday. houw of lirvel v Co.. CincinnaU. He I)k. L. . Oim.itii; rho married Mits1 VM tllvri, IWkt .M,irc,p when he left b 'iCooper, w rit u to chaiife hi ,lry n,,aid lilk, and neither bi JviUbo lupur drain fedicie Lodjre. lUln., to n0r tlie Tlittrn have heard from him Omaha, .'eb. Bj,u.t. xiJe Ji0iitcr cava further that it .Mini Lizik I)itr.aii Jahi Hs.-ke- r, he left his trunk mid ims told of Himtoufille, are the clWininir jiVJ'Mtfl Valkehere an M.tority for a board bill, ity. liar-- 1 1., n,.j.I1..r.if nur hotels knows anvthine, of Mr. ILC Hradley thl rokburt; J'tiuocrat. about it. l.-- I'Kvauj l'Aitimw linn iu'Wtoi n w 1th itakur A liliich M'wiD.nneliiiK' men nt .l.cintoii. C. M. 1!mhi,u i Ijndoii, n of the in the Jiiuoatnins, wax iu tliU.tily '"iiiuliiy. Hit. J. U. i. Fhihum;, of KirUeiHe, hhh herc.lVldfty,on rouu to .MontkttUot to xe Col.OnlH. w ho im fcl. Miw. Uuiii: SKAircrA'T and MiV teue from a viait to Ijiolcy have frHiidn ia CUmtiuii otcnty. 1. John NcImiii, white, while attiwiptini; to twiard the piwoenuer I.ru Cir Or tram at I'tUMbtirc Sattinlay cvonhu; fell .f i1 .1 1 wfr tMfiii " ... i 1 k-- Irnt-cl.t- jujjimm, t, mm-Com- ln-e- n tbt A i.t the u'ck arc improvdtc John Thompson MfltnbertN, who caitiu horn from IjtutUHtor with the typhoid fever, jg ronvakisciuK fatt. MlsHfC Hm.: returned from a plcnf-avkit to Mrs. Lide Kreemcr at New Albany, brlinrini: Mro, Iksfie Sauiulers with her, who .ill remain a few wtvkc Mishiw Li'la Max tJiiiniH, of Lvxinc .i nnl fflri fjitt'l (.rillli.u nf 1 jlHi'r Garranl.'afte'r having, dtdightful vWt vitli Mm. S. It. Cook, left for their homes ynitcrday. nt m ' Tin: parade and picnic jtiven by the 1'nited IlrotherHof FriciuNhi) here Friday was highly creditable to the order. Kverytbing p.ifed oil pleasantly to members and visitors and a nice little sum was realized for the lodge. The nieinhem are composed of ourbeot colored citi.eiis and oo white ifslge iu town could bltow oirns well as thev did. Two kinds fur- the Wd mubi while Judge llel auu outers suppueo me ciiiu iiuiMe, den "!1 which ws onlv fair to iniddlintr. we- - COUNTY APPOINTF.rB OP TUITION. FREE,Inlurnintlnri RiCCErnrD nml I nil T rin u FTr'nlnlniriie i.iSriCrmwr II. I'ltl.1 ITTI'tUWW I'll, runorrt'IM'JTON.artdrp.f F ,r ill ycrterdar to Xrtv for lhrb Warren beatenrineuntheilcr. KV. . ract coikiaint and tlio icwtof tin democratic layoat. ner boiiom., Iwell watricd. si Arte, themn.ilv lies uion rier lie Ih now ia IiIh S3d year, in in better Hiid hat upon it two tenant houses, new crib and AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL, lir.ciic. imiii. .ii.u u iiri:e vouiil' ami e orcnaro SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, health thlUI Oblial liad pnilKWtf or 4a fir.clas. larmingLtft a mile couiy ,uni, in SHELBYVILLE. KY. elect a democratic prenideiit in ofsunford .v rreacJiersulIe tnnipikr. a good neiifhborFounded March 25th, 1825, by Mrs. t hood,cJoe to schooltund churches ' these lands Julia A. Tevl. arc no'"! ',YJ".t!ales tbt Mt'" c,w-- Ur" ""' driving a vounc i are lioundVdby I.i:o Hisovxk. While "J The oldest School for women in the South. Teachers are graduates of ,., ' o- - I'eppie. n i.ackcy,kurr, the laudt ol HavIU c. norce Air. .uenry j ic.i'Jtim, m the best Colleges. Prepares for Wellesley. Accommodations first-clas- s I ill first S.llil and every particular. Terms reasonable, auu include all School expenses. the lv.it t I'ahL, was 'thrown out of bin then at bnJ.il and the Sti reaiuiii); the most a wkule I U declared. VV . "X". afU 2 J4 'J.'Jjjn. bti'U'y and liaJ h'w loh le broken near iniuicv vill Sale will be Terms- nudenn a irrdit of iani I ankle. KVJcr.A.C Newland found ij mouths, purchaser beint required to txecute the lond wuhjpj.roved security, bearing I'lm on the fiJv of thcTO.nl ;ind ptit tilt the rale of 6pr tent, per asnum frominterest at date until j).ud, payable tc the Commiiwonrr and withaliin bone in x).lti( till Mr. Bailey arrived. reserved upon tbe land until all ol the purchare . Tiic break i about aa bad as one could monej it paid,ad having tl.; foice and rlfm of I a juUKmeiit t. M DAVISON, be at the jioint it in. -M C.UC C 5i'4t Any one disinrjf t see thee lands will call on Iti)!.Y Ccr. John Wharton, miu OJ,l r address AIi. llcl In. on. 1 aci isler. Kv Mr. Samuel Wharton, cavht Inn arm in ii f.'d cutter wlilie workini! it Saturday Vt.jiirU i ffrStlHuml .U.Q A gftkUHUraJ NcCBUlCU audJ.ad it cutforiully ui two plac, MWCfcy lHithj;ahlieH exteudinj; to the bone. It ASBOCIATIO.M, narrow wan and bed it not lui-i-i - for hw prt'M'nce of luind in."stopping the -. . cutter Iii'h arm would have lNen torn oir. . i "a I ! Dr. J'syton the woiuid and Mr. ! Whartuti is doin .is. Tali. Aoain. .Inn Tall end Will liauuhtuan. both ncL'nK'H. uot into hot dUG. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. -. . ! .. . . .. a .. , .,1 ; nuniH ovrr a inue yrMrnuir, wkcii IV inn railed HauithiiiAn a d- -d liar and started Comtjetition Onen to the World.. . f r fitcr him. Hiui'liinan, who liad hib Free. luufo open, let him have it just below tbe heittt, indicting an uly but not .seri-ot- u Thf Most Af tractni- - Prosraniine Evr OCVred nxh kouio two inchc lout; ami as iimuy deep. Tall was taken home and his wound d recd, while Itauhinau is FACULTY J. C. Gordon, II. S , Mctaph)sic and Natural Sciences; J. V Taylor. A. M . Ph. It... (.reck and Latin Languages and Literature: Amos Stout. A. I! .iatnematics and Attrononv: Slisa. under eiuird till his trial this . m. at 10 I.. II Hardin, hnulish Literature and Civil Mistory: Mits Lirzie Hardin French: Mr. Raphael Ko. Nellie Tree's 1'aJrol Uniformed Hand and Or ..... rc.rmnn' ....- - f.lli. Ilarm.n l,.n..ln..i . . . o'clock. ......., vi...u., ennrtment . SI yiuau v.. , Iivinn. .I'nmnrv f. up. ...v. v.. ....., lc. ...v.. ..iib. J chotra will site a (.rand Concert each day l Director, Inttrumrntal and Vocal Music and Violin: Mrs. Ra- MIKE Ladies and children under u cart or partment; Kapha-- Koestcr. Mu.icnl .Miss phacl Koester. Atsitunt in .Muuc; Mary C. Webb, Art and Art Criticism. Ax Octbaoe. Willie Doswell.whobe age will be admitliJ Free the first day. uakraku lyiLtut win neopeueu again BeptomDer lOtn, with a full faculty of superior Miecial trams on aU railroads at Reduced Kates longs to one of the best families in Han Floral Hall will be upen and will be a feature of uvichers, and all the advantages found in the host CollcEes will be cftercd in Music, Art, Mathematics Science. Knjilish.Gisek, Latin, French Violiu and instrumental mutic will be under the dlrec- over county, Virginia, though somewhat' t.- Fair nw onoi inur nuls i r.u. an emineni sneciansi. woo sttimeri hvi. imm nnH.. ih. ,... m For lurther degenerate himself, was here a few ilayn the Secretary information and catalogue, address lnP.erlm and Hamburg and has tince btn eminently successful as teacher both in Europe and Amer 1 ne marvelous growth ana success of of thit (Jollece ica the past year it unoarall-lim the histrw. T, A DcLONG, Pretident ago en route to the hoijiitalat Louisville, ry of Southern Cclltgts Iteforc deciding to tend cltewncre tendfrr catalogue and further informa- IJIOS I. MARTIN. Secretary. tion, sutlering very much with his wrists. He J. W fAVLOIl, Ph. D., J ''"ncipals. 4' was engaged on a farm iu Owsley counHARRY A. EVANS, ty, where two men, claiming to be deANALYTICAL CHEMIST, tectives, arrested him for murder alleged to have been committed in North CaroSTANFORD, KV lina. In vain he proteMcd that he had never been inside theState borders. They Engineering and Surveying in all branches. haudcuiied him and took hiiuto.Vshville, his imprisonment lasting the trip and eight days, during which the rolls, which were too small for him, were not reiuov- ed, hut were left to burrow into the flesh. My New HOUSC On Main It Was filially shown that he Was not the Stanford, Ky. For terma apply to Mr W. M. ' llici'ins. Stanford, or to me at Danville, Ky man anil lie u as released. He would liavoi j, kottie N hoL.mes " hud the scamps arrested for false im-- j -- lEJLXirUCllYi Coxfl.ttae I '" " Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, tngineerwg.uassical, Normal School, Military Tactics. .11. '' - ! J , Garrard College. Lancaster, Kentucky. -- PrT -- 1 1 l IJEXINGTO -- KV. ilrtti b. a Jl Jr. y 1 JLv. i 1 1 -- Two Races Each Day. FOR SALB. J . Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, St., - At Miw. M wiy T. Wiimmin, phrc-boro- .M1m Mary Mur-- 1 Whltson and W. W. WIiKmii. of , Tenn., are at the Myen charKo of the business in Stanford until House. Mrs. Whltcon is the well known September 1st, coniiuenciiig a special cut author of tJilbeit M. Maurice, a war ro- - price sale prior to important changes in inniicc, andla hero for the purjwso of the buniuess. 1 A. Pitman, tho up tho town for the beneiit of its known dry goods evangelist, is now in business men generally. S. L. Towers A Co. iu j t0WI)) ,.wkting Mu. J. II. .Myeiis, a former resident, making noine changes in their business of this county, is here on a visit to his here and at Hustonville. The Huston-daughte- r at Mr. ltichard Cibb's. For vi)u 8toro wjil be discontinued and the the last nine years ho has had charge of tH0 consolidated at Stanford. tho Deur Lodge, Montana, Hiuli School, tnowueen where he made much reputation as an. J.ciircTioNiJJ local "lim-higeducator. Tho ioeal papers speak in & Crescent System liave adopted n ." ticket for their load business. This , pniise both of him and bis work l,t' holl nt n considerule re-t- o and regretfully add that he has declined IkM w Uu"tIon from thu :ular lot-a- l rate. ns It accept tho position ftirtliur, thouKh Will t'e HlllllL'tl iltl IU UIUU. II 19 VAJHl unaniuiouslv tendered him. He has ed that the reduction will induce pa$en-gei- s been studying law for some time and to ptirchnso the "!mitd" instead of will shortly commence the practice. the "unlimited" local tickets, as the pas sengers will save money by doing so and CITY AND VICINITY. not lose any privileges nf any advantage see our pine nnd cedar shingles before to them. The object of thu railroad coin-- t covering your building. Sine k Mene-fee- . p.my being to get tickets iu as' soon as . , posniiiiu niter tne nine 01 s;uu in inner ii . . I. A hoy arrived Thursday night to ulepsi Keep tneir accounts in ueuer gnape tho union of Mr. and Mis. John 11. FosCit.vn OiiiniAim Si'him.k is iu splendid ter and luw been named .lumen Camp- condition for enjoyment now and a pretbell HayB. fair crowd is taking advantage of it. well-writin' J li i- lows, who wieix' Mil. S. I.. Towiii, senior member of fered and made tiU, ,rm 0 s. t. Powers A Co., will be in lie Wlls A prisoninent, but they are worthier kb' seeking the reward of- tliemselves scarce after released. JC .cSlJcUlYA. JC - j (eMr,, UJtt OXJLiJCj. -- io- M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S, 113 , ten my farm of -- - acrrt of 'and situ- . Dealer In ing by our champions, the I.nteuiok -. lkdioving it was a soft snap RfllMfA MMVMflm for our boys, Manager Penny did not '; e I iSiMkk i? play several of his best men, but substiSTANFORD, KY. tuted instead a couple of rank "suckers" A Modern Progresive School, at the business, and used his second best battery in Severance and Einbry. Hut j where your daughters will be tauht how to be come true wo.ueii, as well at thoroughly even tins was too much for them nnd tho ' mttructcu tn visiting boys pawed the air till their1 sides were sore, making Severance break Literature, Science, Art & Music. thu record by striking out 23 men. Only Rl'.V C 1'01'E, President, Adlrett Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is or Mrs S C. TRl'EIIEART, two reached third base and four second, full and complete. We call special attention to our Lady Principal, hence, the pitcher and catcher did about MillerRburg, Ky 4j all the work that was done. Embry caught a beautiful game and received! The best Casket of the kind ever invented. both applause and flowers for his good work. Tho visiting boys took the defeat, Embalming under the most approved method when desired. good naturedly and proed all tho way through the game their gentlemanly J. 0. McClary, Salesmen and Embalmer. willingness to submit to the rulings of THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. thu umpire, rather than kick, as the maSntd for J J.T.PATTERSON, PRE8. jority of teams do when they are beaten. Catalogue to I or J. B.SK1N N E R, PRIN. -- L JX. O Our boys will play them on their own O grounds as soon as they get well organizSEMINARY IDK;TJC3-C3-IS-T ed and in sutlicient piactice, when it is ty mm &c and ev- hoped the clubs will be more evenly Tin: Uroadway Clnistiitn church, Lex- The fare as last year is AND NORMAL SCHOOL, ington, advertises, an excursion to Mam- erything is iu lovely shape. In addition matched than a score of 11 to 0 would 12 miles frmii ANCHORAGE. KY, I.iniUWIIe. lull mrpst) tii4rhrr tluiroiixh liitlriirtlDii. IMkIi ntundlnir orclioliirhlp DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, moth Cave on the 1:1th, for J8. Mrs. J. to those who were attending there, from indicate. nun .lim ui.viiMiiir iunriu:it'riz('. all (irpiirillirmii, Stanford, tho following went up Friday tuition, liclita, etc , tl'tiuifor & Shouso will conduct it. J. F. Hacklier, of Joi'itXAi.- toO, iVrlum.S the Worst llcfoat a tford. IiuproYiiuenu Kuod, incIuJiut; a jood ...... 1. Ji .1 ..II ..... J L limiifwuiit'iu'iui. Irt base ball nine has ever received was giv oil It a food oichard. inn,pwrn wurriu .iiu 1119 Appl to A 1.1.X t CLAW. Stanford, Ky 49 en tho Crab Orchard boys Saturday even- Ko WIBiAMJfiW and mmki J...... urniiiui. Undertakers' Goods ThcLarjjcst, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border. Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades I MafflLfim. U INDESTRUCTIBLE BTJHIA.L CASEZET, ..... ... ..... A. ff :U!,0 TPW.WTXHr JLlfiAA Z first-rat- e JEWBLBB. P' - Lots. Mrs. Catherine llailoy hns for sale some lots in thu Miller Extension. House and lot now occupied by V. II. Miller; also No. 1 ... Irrms-lKiii- rd. fui-l- , liorso nnd buggy. Tan excursion to Niagara and Toronto, advertised by tho Q. & C, took sovon trains out of Cincinnati mado up of two haggagu cars 32 day coaches, 0 chair cars and 37 sleepers, making a total of SO cars. Mrs. Knto Hays, Mrs. J. W. a Miss Annie McKinnoy, Miss Shanks, W. A. Tribble, Miss Sallio Mooro, G. L. Penny, Miss Lou Dunn, Joel Iimbry, .Miss Jennie Cosby, C. C. Carson, Miss Mollio Fife, It. L. White, Misses ltoberta Latimer and Kittio IJaugliman, Will Haughman, Fred S. Morton, T. A. Rice, E. Pennington, E. W. KocUestor, T. T. Lackey, G. A. Lackey, Jr., J. T. Carsou nnd D. H. Carpenter. night: y, F.I-l- postmasters Saturday, VIho Liuul nnd Btook. wife of Kobeit The Ik'criug, of Lexington, took advantago Ail desire to leave Kentucky I will tell at great horse sacrifice a taw mills complete w lth of his absence to draw $000 from bank, and jo horse engines, 2 taw works, jo ox log.boilers wag i vnluables anil on, i a.norse wagons, i oucknoaru, i spring wag collect nil jewelry nnd on anu narncat j yokes 01 cattle, 3 mulct, iore, start for San Francisco, in which city lie eritt mill complete, and my firm of 560 acres of tell privately. met nnd married her. A former lover is knob land well timbered. WillMART SMITH. Maywuod, Ky. B.iid to bo at the bottom of it. 1 jS-t- Louisville, is dead. J. It. Jones at Barbourvillo and J. W. lllair at Gethsemare were appointed tell liioutht. Niiw iiiipIIh ri'nivi'.l at anv IImih. MISS JJStPHINE W. PRICE, ANCHORAOt, 11, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. $E & wiK) V Jf-C-- Uj --7 -- SAW MILL FOll SALE ! Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. -- iff atii.cip.rct X, ViSlbHtT Xm jl 3ia. If. THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. paired on thortlnotice and warranted. f . , i f r Settle Witli James Frye. At a meeting of tho directors of tlio Tho Wesson Combination jjivei a Xntionil Hank of Lancaster on Friday, show hero Tuesday night. Aug. 2, 1SS9, A. II. Denny was railed to Published Evory Tuesday and Friday Misses Katie Janies,.Niinnie Kenne- the eliair and James A. Anderson apd dy and Mrs. J. V. Holdam visited pointed secretary. The deatli of PresiFiidny. PICR YMAR.IX .VDVVJTOK S3 dent John S. Gill on the Mat ultimo was Tlie attention of tho Lancaster and announced ami thereupon tlie following When not to paid 32.50 will be charged." Crab Orchard Turnpike Co. is called to tril)Uto t0 llis tmMory as unanimously tho danserouslv weak condition of the adopted: K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. bridge across Drako'B creek. The directors of the National Bank of Train leaves llowund at 7.00 .1. m., returning Crab Orchard Springs Co., has put Lancaster having learned with the deept 4:50 p.m. in good condition the streets to the de- est regret of the death of their friend, as pot. Can't our city fathers now keep sociate and president, John S. Gill, take L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. moving and smooth up the this occasion, as tliey have in the past, ,.11 31pm the ball Mail train going North " " South... ..,131pm rough places all over town ? t j bear testimony to his usefulness as n Express train " South..,.. ,.it57Pn A visit to Crab Orchard Spring and citizen, his sterling integrity, his busi" " North .,,317 am Freight North., am Local .030 .... sin m Dripping Springs and a drink of the cool ness capacity and his lldelity to tlie trust South. The latter trains also carry passengers. limpid water, a look at the beautiful anil confided to his charge. Having known The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar tasteful surroundings and a dinner of the him intimately formany vests, and hav time ii about ao minutes faster bountiful fare will convince any one that hit: been associated with him in the suthese two resorts are managed by the pervision and iiiiuingiMiient of this insti right gentlemen. tution, it atl'ords us pleasure to say that lheMUiilay-schoopicnic at fcugar his conduct has at all times been such as was a great success to meet our entire approbation and to Grove fnprAjyvflij last Saturday. A large crowd attended. commend l.ita to the confidence and esLots of speakers, among whom were It. teem of those interested in its prosperity C. Warren and McClary, from Stanford. as well as that of tho community in The veritable Jordan Peter Chandler was which he lived. on hand introducing new speakers. In social and otlicial intercourse he J. D. Curtis, of .Madison, Intl., after was at all times allable and approachaspending couple of weeks with his ble; and though decided in his convicfather, Monroe Curtis, returned last tions, was nevertheless deferential to the week to Madison, taking his little boy opinions of others. They realize that in with him to put him in school there. An his death they have lost one of their other wedding 011 hand sometime next most useful and etlicient members and month. Don't live in Crab Orchard; one whose counsel they appreciated and don't all guess; I'm not going to tell you whose friendship they prized. They tenjust yet. Mrs. J. R. Bailey is still very der to tlie family of the deceased their Absolutely feeble. sincere sympathy in their bereavement, purity, A marvel This powder Saturday evening two Rowland boys and as an evidence of their high regard strength and svholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold in were returning from a visit to Crab Or- for his memory, will atteud his funeral competition with the multitude o low test, short chard Springs driving a horse from in a body. weight, alum or phosphate pswden. Sold only in cam. Bruce's livery stable, Stanford. Just as IIOYAL DAKI.NO I'OWDKR CO., The secretary of this meeting is direct 18 106 Wall street. New York, they were leaving Crab Orchard, the ed to furnish a copy of these proceedings horse, which seemed to be pretty wild, to the widow of the deceased, to the Cenbegan kicking and trying to tun; got one tral Kentucky News, Kentucky Advo foot over the single tree, which threw cate ami Intkiuor Journal for publica DENTIST. him, making a complete wreck of the tion, and tlie secretary of the Board is' t se Office on Lancaster street, opposite , shafts and came near turning the buggy Stanford, Ky. requested to spread the same on the recover. The two boys got out safely, ords of the Board. though and succeeded in getting the B. WILSON, Alex. R. Denny, Chairman. unharnessed without any further James A. Anderson, Sec'y. With damage. Two of Mr. Tom Ball's little & BOYD, boys were also in the buggy with them The Old, Old Story. A little cough; a feeling III; Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in but got out safely, though badly frighten A headache oft; a daily chill; every style and hmsn known tome iraae. itace ed. Mrs. Ball in another buggy came along A slower walk; a quickened breath; and I rotting equipments a specialty and took her boys in with her. The two No. jj East Main Street, LEXINGTON, Ky. A frequent talk of coming death; young men had to leave the buggy ami No strength to rise from day to day; From losing eye he fades away. ride the horse back to Rowland. ly I I How-lan-- Semi-Week- i Interior Journal CRAB ORCHARD. A Tribute of Respect. IV. F. McCLARY Is n Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, .snlilect t'i the Democratic Primary l.lec-tic- n to be held in October For Sal I p B - W. L. DAWSON jeet to the action Is a Candidate for I wish to sell mV farm 01 6s acres ttlttntffit tn the Lancaster piko two miles from Stanford 1 ho laiiit is all III gnus; a comfortable dwelling ol 4 rooms is situated upon it Will sell at a b.irg.iln O A. BENEDICT, Stanford. 4 a o S3.,. , m 3 S3 . a ui JniUrof Lincoln County, sub o( the Democracy For Kent or Salo. Handsonic New Cottage, Containing six good rooms, situated on Main St., Apply to opposite Stanford Female College 43 tfBg gOT, P I o g wwf M. OTIS P. NEWLAND Is n Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub. ject to the action of the Democracy. E M 53 ff. M s Mlt HUOl Kl III. SA3I M. OWENS fir re.electinu as lailcrof Lincoln county, sublect to lliu action o( the Demociallc Is a Candidate Sails, Shingles and Shoes For Sals, si O o u 1 P O G h- - a f? . C9 a U pj G. S. CARPENTER Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln cilir.ty, subject to the a. Hon of the Democratic party. Ten Thousand Rails aid 10,000 Poplar Shingles. I fuse on hand Men's, Women Misses' and Childten's Shoes, made by Alter, Korwnod & Co. and Mtiudelle, which I will sell in the sery lowest prices hae Itoiight them und they mi-s- i be old. My stock l voiuplete and those who want bargains can get them by railing, mem bust-es- s. 1 1 e p P a .St " 93 --i n a a i - ea " Oq . J. N. MENEFEE Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the aition of the Lincoln County Democracy. W C liVli.hV, Turnenvilh.. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Kint Day and night 01 this Popular f. House. 107-t- I school-hous- e E. D. KENNEDY for Assessor ol Lincoln subject to the action of the Democrat)-- , 3(0 e Isa Candidate County, 31. F. Brlnklcy class l'are and Reasonable Prices, Trains are met by Polite Potters Isa Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic part Elec.iou August, iv Established On Dwellings, 1825. a b p M . Attention, Coal Burners. 1 FOR liwSTlTiRAlTCH Hniisehold r'urmture, St tts, Mcr clundise, A. , apply t the eld 1 POWDER Pure t keep on hand a No quslitv of Jellico. Lily and Nut Coal in my yard. Leave your order, at Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. .titers store and they lli no attend Yard or h I 11. HIGGINS ed to promptly. Lightning clauses attuhed an I damages paid Starford, Ky, oj whether fire ensues or not. GLO. II IlKl'CE, Agent. 17 IIHhpvI m 4? ixsajx.v r.Rt)DV,U. b o g. : B 2 nt r " n WW Ji. p "' WOOD 5lj WALLA6B, WM. ADAMS & SON, I Men'sFourth Aenue, Outfitter Louisville. - - LEXINGTON, - - KY. Kentucky. HOTEL. NEWCOMB well-kno- court-ho- r MT. VERNON, KY. This old and lUtelJis still maintain mg its (tne reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the tras cling public M. P NKWCO.MH, Prop., Ml Vernon, Ky, Sj.tl G X A1TTEH' CHICKEN II. Cholera Cure ! s aui-m- al THOMPSON 0. H. M'llOBEKTS, M. D., STANFORD, KY. I Olfice on Lancaster Street. 0.o.il Court-Huu- ir Has ing removed to this place (mm Liberty, to practice his profession, colls the attention ol the. pub lie te the fait that lie will be ready at all hours I CnLSt SSSSLsBsLfslPvL Now lifts no more the feeble head, The struggle's o'er the tnau is dead. Tlie cost of the Revolutionary War was All persons knowing themselves to be indebted Such is thcl.ital progress of consumption. How to M. L. Richards, either for goods or seasons of a little more than $100,000,000, while the often is repeated the old, otd story. Yet nst half colts, willsase trouble by settling same wtth James Civil War cost about $4,000,000,000. The so often as it was before the knowledge came to Frye as I have put them in his hands for settle, M. L. RICHARDS. mem. 44 National debt at the close of the Rebel- minkind that there was a dlscotcry in medical lion was nearly$.'))000l000,000. Although science by whlt.h the dread disease could be arS. O. DAVIS, tho Rebellion cost uearlv forty times as rested in its earlywstages and the patient restoreds la neaitn, nis onucriui remedy is ur fierce PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, the Revolution. Vet the COUntrV. f,n:m. j "olden Medical D.sosery cially, was in a worse condition at the' Thousand of cure folio the uie of Dr. Sage's MT. VKRXON. K V. s cc"" dose of the Revolution than at the close CaUrfh' Office next door to Whitehead's Drug "store. of tlie Rebelhou. Then the country had Special attention given to diseases of children few resources and a small population. WALLACE E. VARNOX, The national government had no Attorney at Law, to collect taxes or raise money in anv Stanford, - - - - - Kentucky. HOUSED" ray and it had no credit, either at home V ill practice in all the courts of this and adjoinor anroau. un tlie otner nanil at tlie ing counties and in the courts of appeal ' close of the Rebellion the country had a Office over McRoberts & Stags' drug stare. H. tttxtottyc' proprietor large population, inexliaustible resources -(and thegovernmeut had unlimited credit. " 1 day or nlghttoansoer isllsin ton or country. Thirty years ofbls lite were spent in Stanford and he deems it unnecessary la speak ot his ability as (physician and surgeon. A share of the patron, age of the people of Stanford aud ucmity isasked l bylum. 65-t- l j C. A. BENEDICT & CO,, 'Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, at I ""' STANFORD, KY Wells drilled to order and Pumps lurnishr--d factory price. HOSLTEIN-FRF.ISIAN a;;-t- f. III'I.L, . ! THE MYERS -- Captain Aajjjie Wayne No. " F. II reputation, No Hotel In Kentucky has n and its proprietor is determined tint shall be maintained. He has recently added ty Its appointments POSTED. j My Darling's 'When day is done And night comes on Face I See. Pool ami Billiard Parlors A First-Class Livory Stable To accommodate tie demani's of his increased transient patroragr. Best Turnouts furni hed: Commercial travelers and others. i And stars shine forth On land and sea, There comes an hour 'I he only hour Mere than alletheri Dear to me; The hour I wait Thy coming. lose. My When night Is This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without mission, as all such will be prosecuted 10 the est extent 01 tne law. signed: GEO.!) HOPPER, T.J HILL, I M. McROIlKKTP.JR. M. S. IIAIGHMAN KOHT. McLISlER, J. E IIRICF. S 11 SHANKS. S H. IiAUGHMAN. MRS HFNRV IIAUGHMAN. A M FF.LAND 1 ru.Ni,!-.JOHN W HOLMES, A J HA. 1)1 N, V C. PARJUH, D V. HOI.MKS per-ful- l. txJ Or- -r t. KALE'S WELL . Season Opens June i, '89. $j ao Hoard from June i to July I, per week Cottage Hunt from June I to July I, per week 3 JO 00 Hoard per week after July 1 Cottage Kent perjweek after uly j Single Meal Horses well cared for, per week 5 j And ,,e bright sun Shod, its soil beams, .'er !.!. face I see r, ,.,:. ! ' ' . . WMiSS&c mMS-'Jhrr. - t&,F5?&l?&?2 J !?C5S-T;.JJ,J5i,,--'W.'tT. Szd ! WmRffiA5 "& ' r-r h - - . f V S&l Tins young hull is not only of the sery best breedn g. but is inditidually a tty super.or ni He otllaott.lt ti promal in esery particular. )kih duce n.ilk cows of me highest cxi.vII.hco. his pcdisK-- and hi mditlduahty gnantntee lists. CJttlo nate (ot ssrveral Tne llolstuin-Freiwmark inhhh taken the lead in the blooded cattlehighest ot by commanding under the hammer the c iparity t produce mote price, ad having the "111,1'K milk and butter Itin an other breed and as much WOITJO. ' and iw gowl hm(, the will not fail tu retain their W II MILLKU load in popular favor. THESHOFITESTAND QUICKEST RCUTE fr ,n I lias for lc twofliie regislcred Holtin-t'rei- sian ball cahe. an J one grde heifer rail CENTRAL KENTUCKY e an Throo Dollnrd by tbo Hunxon, and a ( $o cents to Milt llvsi, the ;r.in p.i)Sk In with tho privilege ol tiitelinj till the cow proes to be with ..alf Will be pfrmitted to serse a few ble en Ijimaster (Hk ill subutht of rni at my Manful, sta- at of Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi .'ra. It is more fatal to chickens th.ii. all other diseases combined. Hut tlie discovery oi u remedy mat iv;r.'i uta it hasbecn made, and to be coii vinced of its effioacy only requires a trial j bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guar antccd If, after using of t bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned dml our money will be refunded hor by ssle MfDnVn, SCl!, Stanford 50-ccnt- s two-thirds Kentucky Central R. H. fiitASri M V. H ' 1 W& 'M ! Stanford, Ky. Ml I.I.Kit, ' D..r.ne.s,hee. jo 50 00 ' 3 Everybody Is cirdially lnvitd to visit us early tn the season and get advantage of the reduced A. L. SPOONAMORK, rates. Respectfully. O. Address, Stanford, Ky. f s6-t1 THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. If by its light It Wads me. love, To hear thy Ioe, So sweet to me, That Is the hour The only hour l'or then ' My darling's face -- I toe I No other face In all the nortd Can with this Loly one cotnpate My oyes I strain, And look In sain l'or one that is To me so fair I sec it now It looks at me 1 ! Sffll vjis, 1. m. STAXI-nUD.KV- iwSgS2LIES2Ki5i - 'Ml ' isurcE, AN9 I SALS mil S7ASLS, ! FA8T LINE UKTWEEN S&fcSSCiUrSifflS LEXINGTON fOMMKIlCIAL South Pound. Lse Cincinnati ... Lse Coving ion.... I.ve Falmouth.-.- .. Arr I'aris Arr l.tsnutun. " Lve I'aris .. Arr Winchester.. Arr Richmond.... Arr Lancaster-.- .. Arr Stanford.!?.... Lse Richmond ... Arr llerea. Arr Lexington..., . . North-Ileund. & N" 'J. CINCINNATI. M 13, IfeHv 4 T.x J. T. S'CJTTOIT cSj CO., E5"2S ssrzB j SITCIAL ATl'KNIIOVt first-cla- ss I hCHl.DlI.LIN hFf LCT L 9 HU3TONVILLE, KY. Are still in the business anil ready to do anything in the Undertaking line. We base a full stock of Cases and Caskets nt alt kinds and Robes of esery description Our hearse, which is nearly new can be obtained un short nonce. Mr. J. If. Green lias charge of rur busmbss and will show our goods to any one needing anything in our line. ,.tf n I travelers Horses and mules I'Ought and sold. ur. .ilut set I ic us. d ui User). Only Also agent for the WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- - No. Dally Sun. No. f Sun. I ivery, ced and .Sale Stable crzs Etra or m a m m t m so a in 09 p tn 0 4t a m r j , .' II 10 a m'ltt 11 m ii fa d m 11 00 p m i ti m 45 4 m 5 40 p m 30 p tn '5 I'm, '' ol p p S jOld Ey. Route N N. - 11 ! ,,r,i P m ' J" l" 4 jo a UULm, s P hi ...m..to . ---- -" n o p m 7 jo p m "-- I'm :-; THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES My darlinif't face I see It is! I M V Co, L I) jm No- - ' 4S I' m! i p J- .; - :;;" Only one Night out to New York. Solid Vestibtled Trains to Vo. ,. ! ! j, " Bucklen'o Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores,tctter,chap. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin cruji., tlons and posimely cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to fue perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. I'rice jj cents per box For sale by A, It. Penny, Stanford, Ky. i.X&- J- .VS. I $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACC0R0-IN- C TO ROOMS. TURKISH A RUSSIAN 1IATHS IN HOTEL. R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCESSOR TO M'MIOHAEL, in THE HATTER, - SU4TH AVKNUE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. The Nobbiest tr--a & Most Styli3h Stock of v JXM. CjKV ety world-reuown- nri JiX. BS ' ten 1'5jr iJ) ) Ever brought to tho incltitlini; tho of Louiisille, now opsn KI10X & JOHN B. STETSON & CD'S. HATS And also my own importation of English Hats and Caps. An elegant lin of Canes and Lynn's Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Orders outGloves and other Furs, a specialty. side of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaraa-tTed- . Don't liil to order a NOUUY HAT M ty Articlesh)j?jj,,ilwn Passing all the Tamous irttiuia Springs by e ln;M ami arriving at dm mint 1. 'iiiiiuri anu W. H.JACKSOH&CO., PRO'RS. or TUB be.t Shore the next alternoon LONDON, KY., Time Card in Kffecl July 1, Cumberland V.alloy Land Co. Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire fS.tMail J'a.tVes r'as t 011 reasonable terms Lndon Is the mot cons The undersigned shntvliolders of the Cumber- Renews Her Youth. Daily LxpreM. Kxpres EASTWARD. point on the railroad to rcar.h places in the land Valley Land Company amend the said ComKxSun Dally nail) 10 Mrs. Pha:be Chesley, I'eteron, Clay Co., Ioa tn the mountain s inn of the Mate pany's Articles of Inenrporatinn, heretofore nled for record August 1, ilfcj, in the otllcc of tho.clerk Lse Stanford fells the following remirkable story, the truth of 13 ji n n 3 37 ain of the Lincoln County Court, basin; thcretolore " Lexiuglon u 41 n 6 .10 pm 7 ,?oam which is vouthed fur by tne residents of the town, lcihi-d- , been duly as follows " Winchester .It 15 pm 6 jS pm, 8 10 am I am 73 years old, have bvn troubled with kidney I The tirst and third sections of said articles " K. U. JunctKw.. o.t pn, are so amended as to include within the scope of complaint and lameness for many years; could not " Mt Sterling 31 am ij pm 7 40 pm I 3611m the C"inp.niy'soprations, in addition to the conn q " rreston oj pm dress myselt without help. Now 1 dm free from Vl4iS &r,j7KLiPX;Knr7.vi?&?m?rr .1 3 10 pro 8 43 pm'to aj am tlesni Italian ana Hell, th counties of Knox, " Morehead -ami soreness aimam nine to 110 all my oh fDI tOUISVIllt NtttNUBAHYa CHICAMRrTfe- iWhitley, Laurel, Clay, 1's.rry, Letcher, I'nwell, Olive Hill 4 o pm 03 am owe .... thankv to Electric Hitlers ouseuork. Wolfe, Ilreathitt, Lee, Leslie, Knott, M.igutlin, 6 oj pm 10 40 pm Ashland.. 19 pm or navini renewed my youth and removed com- Johnson, Martin, Morgan, Menefee, rSath, Kowan, " Citleltsbiirg...... 0 ao pm to 33 pm 43 pm uletelv all disease and pain, 'lry a bottle joe and l.lllott, Laurtnce, Ituyd, Lnrter, I'leinmlng', Lew. ' Huntingtiin 6 jo pin t jo ami 3 15 pm Si, at A. It. Penny's Drug Store. is, (ireen,(lHsle, J.i- Lson, Fljyd, Wayne, Cum- - Arr White Sulphur... 6 13 am in 13 pm berland, 1'ike, I'nlaskl, Kncucnsili", and Lin t " rintlnttsville 11 00 mi1 4 03 am I.eavins Uoth coin, in which said .I'ldiiiimal countusil shall bo a 30 pin' I Hi am " Washington Is Consumption Incurable? lawful for the said Cninpauv to transact its busi" llaltiinurc 3 33 I"" 9 o( am Read the foltouiiig: Mr. C. II Morris Newark,' LOUISVILLE & ness of selling lands, o 31 I'"4 B am CINCINNATI and salepurchasing andund all other oresthe mining " I'hiladelphla of co.il, iron minArk ,)-" New Vork and 'Was down with Ab cess of Lungs 9 70 pm 3 jo pm erals and the manufacture and sale of lumber. a ! pm H 03 am " Klchmond, V.i... Daily, Secures to Travelers, and friends and phy!cians pronounced me an in II .Section 4 Is s amended as tnat the capital ' Oldl'idmComforl 5 03 pm 11 jj am cuiuble consumptisc. JUgan taking Dr. King's Norfolk 0 35 pm.ia 00 DHTTTP fifty of said dollar-.- , instead one hundred and MHCT D A DI H AUU 1 Hi stockthousandCompany, shall be of onf million dol- ew Discovery for consumption, and am now on 1 C. lliUO 1 lars, shares of one hundred dollars each, uhii.li mv third bottle, and able in ovr...f- - th.. wn.L n.. my farm. It Is the finest iiii'dkiiic csermade.'1 Ker attempted between the great commercial said shares shall be issued to the stockholders by Jesse Midilleviart Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had cles on ,ne uni K,ver a"u 'ifo. anu nence certitlcntes u hen $10 has bcu paid 03 each share- allHeturning, fust Vestiluiled fioin New Vork mid thpreof subscribed for, and the President and Secr me an1 ""', comfortable trains it not btn for Dr. Kind's New Discovery for con' the .it eastern points m 4 I would hae died of Luiil' Troubles' ,we' "" polntsln the South, or to the West and retary of said company are hereby ntitherircd and j and I.exintJi 4 arrisesm daily. Fast mini04 from I? p ' Northwest. The lo.interpartof this train on all directed to issue the stock accordingly Huntington and all points enst arVisrs Winchis-te- r Wastlveli up by doctors. Am now in best o I he Limited Express. Witnew our hands this 17th day of July, jgSj. Try it health." Sample boitles free at A. J, runk lino Is denominated 11 ji amand Luxinglnu 11 4C noon daily i'.x. The siinvrb rolliuc stocK we emulov elves natrons tVimv' flrinr.ti.r.. cept Sunday 1'ast express from Huntington, mttsT HUNTING, Unlimited Comfort J. S. Hockkr. I'arkersaurg and Wlieeling arrises Lexington 11. llovn, by J. A. Craft. ttsTAt all Coupon Ticket Oflii.es in the Soutt 10 jj p m daily you will find our time tables and tickets. Say Vhy Is It J. A. Craft, Olive Hill uccommodatioii airittw Winchester t Motion and sink to .Motion, if vou want W. Havurn, J. 7 lua in and Lexington 8 10 a in; leaves Lexington lt That people linger aloiiB always complalnm; to sac money and have a plcaiant journey. w. r. Walton, wu ) 111, it iniucaicr u 40, about that continual tired Uelins ? Olio lioitlc of B O. McCORMICK, I. S. IIinoiiam, 'or tickets and iiifernittinn writenr apply 10 General Passeneer Aroiii, Chicago W. G. Wklcii O. W. IIAKNKV. Ticket llcggs' Iilood Purifier and llload Mnkir will en- . W. It. Uamsuy, f . ji,u.tiur.it'i,. . rav. ..' .set. gent. uitv ticket Aitenisaua unice's: a, rass. tircly remove this Icellnj, give them a good appetite Louisville, Ky 21 I L MURI'IIV.Oen'l jih Ave, I.M. IlocKNBR, John W. Fox, j fas, Agt itid regulate digestion, A. It. Penny, Druggist. 4 Iahks U Fox, ii. v. iQEnsnis, 119 1 lie st , Cincinnati Ohio. J D VARRINOlON.adV 1' , Lexinpton, Ky SaSSSaK-HSSes- ' ay-thj $(3t$$fal&&Sj&aS& m& w.Tasi'!i.'j: tw r3iiSi525g2 .-r- Jjr VMx-- 'J rr-rzMj-- is-i - Amendments to Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, I.ve I.iingstoti... a wj Lse llerea '0 5 a mt. Arr Richmond.... li'J ! Lse Stanford .... 7 "o am Lse Lancaster 7 40 a in Arr Richmond.... 43 a in J-". s" .....'....."....."" .i " 6 7 7 ' .7.7. IT7777TT.T 1,;,.'.' t. .rr Arr I.se KiUimond. . I'aris liuneilcr .. en-le- ' Ie Falmouth... Arr Cosingtou. Arr Cincinnati Lse I'aris Lve Lexlugton ... ... ... 40 p in p in 3 10 p in is 48 '5 mmwmsmmkx mumummvmnai ' 43 P m 10 45 45 l "i 7 I' m 8 S3 jo p in' 9 13 3$ p in 10 J5 'J a in' ', 'i a in' a 111 3 45 pm a in 4 15 l m a 111 5 07 p m a in a tn 7 35P m Ipn : 1 1 I ' 11 1 J 1 1 A NJ5W FAST MAIL 1 ! i rprjn fl iAllL) -- 11 111 Btt ' ' Wini-heate- 11 , .Mo-nu- - j. (i,t,r.n . 1 theMawville llranch, No 0. leaves Paris at 8 a and No. 11, at 543. p in, arriving at Mays, , ,' t lenses M.y.ville at S.U a in, arris Ing at I'aris at No. u leaves Mays.ille 7 40, a in. I 10 and uaily except Sunday No. 4j leases Lexington 1003 am; arrives I'aris 1043 am: except Suiidaj. 5 ' I""! arris is Falmouth !M1!' 730 pm: except Sundav. No. 7 leases Fiilninutli 600am; arrlvos Cincin. natj 7J5 am. excejn Sunday No 11 leases Clin.innati'8 30 am; arrises Falmouth 10. to a in: Sunday onle No. 31 leases Falmouth ciimitioispmj Sunday only.1 m: arrises Cm. I rain Notes:-N- o. 1 runs dally between Lexiiig. ton and Cincinnati. , runs daily u,:"vrcn Cincinnati and Lexington Ns aiindo male connexions at "IC"!M lorpoliitsontheN N M v ,t Vo, 4 males) this cnuectiou at Lexinctnn IMPORTANT -- Train, of thl. line nowarrlse at and depart fr.im the Central Union Passenger '?.Hi,, "nnections for all i'! l,0,'c''"-lJ!n.North, West. ThrOBgh tickets .ml checked to any dtstinatlon rciilii-- by a ro.r. ad. For full psrtictt! ir. iddrg.. anv agent ol the Co ' U. II. ItAC. IN s. K iMselmg I'ass'r Agt., Oen'l ,mopsK, AassVrAat.. Covington, Ky ILK. HUNTINLTON, General Manager. Or.NKUALOKFlCKSChamber of tomiiu'rwe Iluilding, Cincinnati, O. i, ,e 11 On ,,,,,, l bage '""'"i.K. . . '" v ', - f . k ,t ,,