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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889080901 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. ' i rv ffl Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. HUSTONVILLE. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 4889. NO. 52 CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. .J m K Quito a lurjje crowd attended the J. S. Uurrows has been appointed The Icwket mi'cthijf Mt Morelar.d legerdemain show Tuesday and Wcdnes- - postmaster at Lowell, this county. lit drenched, Tho crowd for sale. Cress .V Mitret. rMinday was well Mr. U. C. Wherritt, of Ciiieiniiati, is The public whool opened hum daylights, repaired to the hall, where they were Did any 11. 15. club from Crab Oi- - visiting liis biotliers, W. H. and Thomas Monday with til pupils in attendance. . treated to a jjood sermon. A ;jood hotel and storehouse at l.iv- - Oliard play the .Stanford club Sutuiduy? Wherritt. Mrs. J. V. Wentherford and iluugh-- ' Mr. A. It. Denny was chosen by the who linvo been visiting inpttoii at a b.trjraiti. Kcst liolel stand We have heard none of them boasting tor, M.Iss Akhvm, about it. diiectors of the National bank of Lanlit friondH in Lincoln for wveral week, weie in tliecouuty. Ciuss A Mitret. Klectlon passed oil" quietly and the caster to succeed John . (Jill, deceased, Hut little whisky alhmt lie re Mon- - j c.Uled to their home in Texas by a tele- of Col. .1. day. None was treated out by either result accepted by all the people, nt as president; a good selection. gram iimioutii'inif tliu illness Mr. U. II. Ite'tis, better known as J, W. Weatherford. Miss I.ix.iu Cutter, jiarty so there were but few iliunkeii least those who want the ipiestion submitted repinling the sale of liquors. "Tilde Handall," fell from it fence at his near Stanford, and her cousin, Mis men on the streets. A I"" The negroes threatened hereon clec- - Xow next I suppose we will haven vote home last Sunday morning ami broke' Yenjser, of I.ouisvilllc, uru vfsitliu Misses Minnluaud Mattio Dinwiddle. A f.nv tioit day to whip John Lillue, an old on local option. While we would like liis thigh, lie is in a very critical condifriends wore invited to meet them Sat-- ; darkey, if lie voted democratic. John to see local option or prohibition eontin-unla- y tion. Piof. (J. I). Moss lias been awarded evening, ami the fact that the! voted it straight nut.uot a nood hliotjfiin o in tliis county, at the same time we "wee sum' and w lien niht came wont home and arc not wanting to overrule a majoiity. the public school at this place for the KiiestH did not leave until the next o months, and has selected its his hours" is Htillielent evidence of the sue- - awaited results. No negroes showed up, Let the majority rule, Mrs. J. II. Hutchings, Mrs. J. W. assistant .Miss "Dove" Harris. School cess and enjoyment of thu occasion. Miss! thereby having a number of worthless James and Mr. (J. W. Kvans are attend- - opens lid Monday, Aug. IP. Kate Uoglo returned Jrom Frankfort on hides. Mrs. J. II. Letcher and daughter, of Dr. Flann.igau and wife, of Casey ing the Danville Fair. Col. W. U. Welch she had been to pass Friday hist, where an examination requisite to her election county, wure visiting hero during the was here Monday watching the interests Kvansville, Intl., are visiting Circuit1 Simon II. fiorinly, Clerk W. H. Mason nud family. sJusie m superintendent of public nchools in week. Mrs. Tattle Knglentan. of Paint 'of t lie democracy. examination was Lick, was visiting In the county this who lias been very sick at Lexington for Nelson, a charming little Miss of Kvaus- Lincoln county. The Dr. lVyton win down twice to home time, came to to Jiis mother's here ville, lnd., Is visiting Miss Ellen, daugii-- ' in very satisfactory and is another dencuthat we have made a wiiju choice see I'urcell. Mattie How zie, on her way Wednesday moriiiiig ami is yet quite ter of Judge M. II. Owsley. Garrard sends n representative toi in selecting Miss Kate. Messrs. J. It. fioin hchool Wednesday, fell and knock feeble. Mr. John IMuiistoti, our post 1 lie doctors master, is quite sick with the tin x. Mitts the next legislature in the person of H. S Dryo went to the liar- - ed lier elbow out of place. Cook uml W. ...i ... Ai...iii,in.!i, r ll'jllj i rodsburg fair Thursday ami returned by placed it back. It took eight ounces of Maud l'apeand Miss Ailio Hutl'man re- ii 'c..., ,i:.w.. ui ..i...... nut; lllll ll'l'l turned home Monday. Miss Lena Mil- proud and his constituents can rest asa circuitous way, taking in Lebanon, ciuoroiorm to put lier to sleep. .Mrs. Itrndfonisville., Powcni.Storc.thcnco back Kate Linton ami children, of Louisville, ler, of New Haven, is visiting Mrs. J. F. sured he will know what is going on . ...- . .. ' . during the next legislative session. J. v atson mown uomam. to lA'banon ny way of Jiiiicimii City anil ...v ... .Mrs. W. II. Kinnaird qualified last week ewcomu ."unuuy evening imvki reaching Hustonvillii about tlnee o'clock j is in Cincinnati. Wado I'urcell, w ho nis shot here on discovered a liorse hitched to a road as administrator of John H. Gill, tlec'd., any ex- - i Motidnv moriiiiiir. If they have planatlou of tliis strange ineamlering we election day by John 1W tor, died at 10 cart going by his house He went out with Mrs. Margaret K. Gill as surety. F will give, them an audience. Mr. Ueo. o'clock Wednesday morning. In an an-- 1 in tiie rain and stopjied and hitched the The estate is wortli in the neighborhood Adams and wife, of McKInney, Texas, tbinorteiit statement I'urcell s:id tli.it he liorse and following back the course the of .'00,000, mostly in stocks and bonds ore on a visit to their parents near litis- - did not know that I'roetorwas anywhere horse came lie found Henry Pleasants in Louisville and Lancaster institutions. We are delighted to see in our midst toftville. Miss Minnie Drye, of Until about and that the row had suWdcd lying by tlie side of the road with one Potts fordsvllle, and Mis--s Lena Johnston, of when Proctor ran in and shot him with leg badly broken. The horse had kicked again Mrs. Eugenia Duniiip Ubanon.aro with Misses Minnie and out saving a word. He said Proctor nuv-- j the Ifdash board oil', broken his leg, ("Cricket on the Hearth";, of Manaqua, f Mattio Dinwiddie. Miss Jessie .Shank- - 'r opened ins uioiitn nor sini a woni ami lacer.nen uie uesn consmeramy. a New Jersey. She always receives ii hear-- . fa-- 1 physician was sent for immediately and ty welcome in Lancaster, where she nev-- j liti of Lexington, is with Miss Lena Yow- - i about arresting any one and that the j tal shot had been tired before he knew while awaiting his arrival several of the er fails by her presence to bring smiles ejj' what Proctor was trying to do, and that neighbors sat around him and held urn- - to the faces of her many admirers. , Mrs. It. M. Burden, of Kilarney, was to nurder him without a chance for brellas over him. A bottle of spirits wns The Good Old Rebels The bov who fought in (Jordon's llrig-- j Ids lib He said further tli.it he did not brought lint, true to his motto, "Taste Florida, is visiting relatives and frieiufs nde, under old "Murse Itobert Iao" in shoot Proctor, but some one else shoot-- 1 not, handle not," he refused to touch it. here. We are sorry Ben alias "Cooter-er- " will not make us his annual visit; Virginia, is gray and grilled now, but ing at hluuPurcelli did it accidentally. If every man of our county was like "Jack" Mcltoberts, the the worn old paper that shows his pa- - Pumell's remains were buried at the ' Henry on the subject of dritiKing, tiiere tliis slimmer. popular clerk at It. E. Mcltoberts ding rolo is to him mure, more precious than family burying.grouinls near Ilrodliead, would be no need of prohibition, store, is back at Ids post after a protract-- ' The victors have Thursday. Hundreds were at the burial. n patent of nobility. , A A youngllos. ed illness. mim. Kxm-Toit- . the spoils and we liegrudgo them noth-- ' Young Purcell leaves a wife and one' reared beneath the brow of Mr. Moss, whose wife is a sister of lug. We are not pauper, and. though child. He was an upright gentleman Ionian, 1Ii!l m'1 t Harvard, went Colson, and one of the lucky land own- -' of them are drawing pensions than and had a host of friends throughout the co" wl cowlwy. He rapid-ye- t ers of Bell county, was distributing tlie Glass-were over in our armies at any one time, county. The feeling over the killing is t''IVx"s lll1,t the spirit of the country and "what makes votes" liberally to those percentage of intetwe among Purcell's friends. Proctor, we cheerfullv pay our , ns "I" off the outward who work the "blocks of live." Mr. their salaries. Their conduct Is an un-- uh arrested Wednesday and placed un- of tenderfooted Kastern habit. Moss and Tobacco. tribute to our braverv in battle, der uttard. His cxaminim? tiial is set have a nice city residence leather clad, sombrero here mid n blue-gracrushing for Saturdav. farm three miles ,1 n,,r manhood uti.ler the Mwl. JShmIHrt Colts on from town. defeat we sullered. Let Cororal Tanner 'Em This Way. his hips, lie was as wild as the wildest, Collector Burnam has sent a list of, pile up the pensions tut uiucli as he H,. .sid n young friend to me the .other Yet within his bosom still burned the the applicants for ollice from tliis conn- pleases the fact still remains that had Main and Somerset Streets. Cleric. P. (Jen. Lee ever commanded at one time ' ,l".v- "J ill siting tired of having my tl.ime of Boston culture and rellnement. ty to each of the party bosses asking that h:,ir "I'-'- t ""I .v corsage bouquet loin One day he was riding with a btmnger thev each one designate their choice for of the present pension-- ' the number all to j.iecesl.y beginneis. and I believe across the prairie. Turning his head the four positions to be tilled in Gatrard. ers lie would have subjugated the whole if the dear boyh were only told how to suddenly he was slightlv ahead) he Forty-eigh- t pegs and only four holes to' North and made it a province of the ! n,,,ml !t t,u'' w0"''1 ." w his companion make a suspicious "iich a put them in. How can it be done with-'- , Southurn Confederacy. And every new mess of i'i. i Tin old it." motion toward his hip pocket. Without out leaving most of the pigs out in the ' oi i glorj pension adds to revolver and cold. ' u'" v,m candidly, boys, that there is It his been neatly :W years Hebels of g.abbing a girl as tl.ougli shot him. The Mranger dropped like a "eces-it- y Mr. T. D. U.tiiey and Miss Iva Sini-lesiucothe war began, and besides those A C SINE and mftk- - log. The cou boy dismounted and be had stolen a J N. MENKKEE both of Stanford, were niutried tit who were killed outiigl.t and those who ,,. Do, inga lurch at her as though vou liad at- - ed at the bodv of the victim, the residence of II. A. B. Marksbnry, have since, then; seems wonder if he w, really going to in tliis city, on Tuesday foot in a afternoon at 3 enough wounded and crippled ones left '? walking rapidly along the stteet. shoot n.e he so iloqu.,,d. see. o'clock. Dealer In They were accompanied bv to have wiped us from the faco of the!;;'"1' ' ""'''-ovvr' ,,e Mr. E. C. Walton, of the I. J., and Miss equals in any earth if thev had been our dies., and try to tear it oil. a Mask of whisky providing Ellis, of Louisville. You disappointed Better armed, ''I"!''!' on her olen.etit of manhood. or tun, her over ....ide of it. Thre is no pocket the boys very much, 1M, as they were in better equipped, better fed and better, of re- - hopes yoc were going to quit hor head forward "Poor fellow, ; tlie "turf" clothed, with n numerous people behind ! A3STO witli sticli intensitv that her eves aie en- - gret, "I ve killed an innocent man and a and give some of them better chances. them and all the world for . scarf-pin- s by and long pencils gentleman at that, llowiunt going to Scroll Work, Mouldings, The election passed oil' very quietly it seems strange that the "ragged IM- from upper vet pockets. M.uot u.e, lie w.,, going to invite me to here with comparatively a light vote ' els" should have bee.mo deadly, and the .Intruding a kls, l)r,'""!'- - "ve a drink. Well, he sighed, draw polled. Colson carried the county by so little ca-- , 1,K,re,,s (iniit.1 Army of the republic Cedar and Locust Posts. cuo.is y "t her eye or ear or neck. To l.e- - ing his sleoye across his mouth "the OS votes, Il.nriso.i having beaten his pable of intlicting harm in battle or car s We will carry a fv;!l no k of everything (Vand in a Lumber Yard. ' the deceased shall be re- - majority in November 'JO votes. The " wl,,, ,1,L' irl ,s mi tr.v,n- - l0 et last '.. I,.,!,..!!!,, it..... nf neae... There A C, SINE, Riuinets Manager. V tikotnil ulll Itif tft 1'ni.T lltiltt (Kil lk4ilt til lltillil til, It 'iMI i"J'V,VlVt. lltfCIt IIIIIIU lllllk VJ1 .1 ItllllllUII W.7H lVV' ,Jtf If til ask"reps" used considerable money in the are not a thousand ""' have the soulful svmpathv of vouric-- l Trader, lIoremen ani county and with none in tho hands of all the land. Them am ing chin ity in 1,mi" ". A"TV I1oKs' T " 'identical-tl- .at ktnen ot ine counuet tin., and vour aims ate , In, Garrard and Waihiiiir- democrats to otl'set it, thev are verv ot Marion llovlc, half a million of t'lie other side meaner, more contemptuous set of -. .1 . ...All .,.,.i, ..... ........ ton will ii nd all tlie newi reuiinz u maitcMoi in- Coed House and Lntat Mayuood. Suitable for ,.u.. lllll.. ...nui.-iiinn! as iiiiiiii' more to '" " ' to them In " doctor or tea Jier. Good schonl-houiicvit :itlliitiil Hie tiemi i much disappointed withMhe result ami tvrettleading paper "oi on lot. Keep perfectly cool mid collected; insert .. , ,' , I). L. STEPHENSON, Apply to with one exception all are looking blue. tlie . . . . . , organs, which claim than the third-partniiiiv. ti.iw... Central KentucLx. mued Tuesday and r'ridjy of 4 Maywood, Ky - - uwuuv iier X' ini juui uiiiulnu nieevu t to be special guardiansof home and pure One prominent stalwart would not have each week. Ji iwr vear bend to cent and try it G. lkle, Ilusintu nths Masonuv and Lkh'oii .iM.t.ixo The directoim costume and turn her gently had it otherwise- if lie could. Tlie poor for three inDanwllc, Addreull Manager, Ky. morals. They are as full of lies and ij STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. AVisconsin Urand Lodge of Masons in toward your manly form. Place your , as a yellow dogisof llens old colored republican candidate receiv-assembled have re- - other and as yet unoccupied arm in such annual conventian All persons wishing a pleasant life and well ought to exclude ed l;t votes in tlie whole county. It was SALI2J pleasi'd wife let them use l'ntcnt Flour made at position as the exigencies of the occa- - and their mendacity solved that saloon keepers and liquor dillictilt for the bosses to get some of the Stanford Roller Mills. Call for it at your grothem from every household. 'Smarting A M FeU-ihas 4 food Mill. Com for sale, all and if they hae got on doalers am inelligible for membership, sion seem to demand, and give a gentle white brethren to vote at all on account thoroughbred Shortharm, withca!e 10 JayiolJ, cery, to keep it. or get not order it from hand, urge them an then, and already in the 'and soulful pull, as Amelia Uives Chan- - "" ,hr ,U' fo. a "very po. ut, Last ami of the nigger being at and that those who are gtt it at the Mill ar.d I will guarantee n pleasant tlie polls as a can- having had calves within i hsurs of each ether. and interesting iamily. vituperation knows no cannot be advanced to higher do- - dicr calls it. Ilv this time the "rosebud 'NU'st', "".'i!" order oS A t;ood chance to et a sood caw and a thorough-breV. N. I'OTTS, Superintendent. rho" ,,;u1:1 y rav" !vorM' ,f didate instead of an humble voter. grees. This course has also been adopt-- mouth," as you see lit to call it, is turn- - l,1om,,lshull calf cheap. Alsoh.ie some nice youn stages of delerium in thev were Ilecently John A. Hose, one of Powell bulls ready fr sertlce. ed by the States of Kentucky, Missouri, ed toward you. Lean over gently and A. M. I'ELAND, tremens. Sidney Journal Michigan. The Masons let nature do, her work county's most prominent citizens, was 37 That's all. Nebraska and Sunford, Ky. We heartily agree with you Brother ambushed and shot duail. Tuesday Jim a,re a largo and inllucnti.d body and gen-- Girls don't like it any other way, boy ROWLAND, KY., , Cluni Louise in Detroit .Sun. erallv on the side of law and order and Johnson: "Maiy Anderson, the great Combs, Jesse Harnett and Charles W'nll. Dealer tn who were nrrested for the crime, conmorality, and their inlluence must lie; (, . a tiisj, is a daily Hiillerer fiom the pen Dry Goods, Notions, Hat3, Caps -- - - ' NECK and I.ARGl. large. Their Indirect comiem.iauou oi ; . of P..:nc thoughtless pan.graphers. Has fessed that they had murdered Hose and while ba. Ic, KOAN COW In aith RED thu left ear slits in with 10,000 working Clothirff, Hardware, restrict that Ooodloe Combs, deputy sherill' of Taken un b markedJose Ulnure auout May ut, Hoots, Shnes, I'm ware, Furniture and Queens-warMrs. the saloons show that they a receiving wages so low hn they i8Sj, and ine by Hubert Breathitt, and Jim Hall had promised and bo! a ilued beforejj, iius jui 1, Frederick tions on the liquor tra.llc essential to the iooi. r.imoreai must embrace vice, apply for charity or Concral Lino Crocorios, HUGH slJAKUKN t, J I' L. C. 4 weal uml welfare of a community. The as they state, the them J.")00 each to do the deed. Koie Taney Candies, Canned Goodi, &c. starve. Of course the wealthy christian she is indeed insane, had killed Jim llall'ri brother about a Masons am not prohibitionists, but genAll kinds of I'roduce taken in civlunse for uoods. uiiu iiiu Iiailll OI nun nun luuui.u.. l.ll..a.if ll... .,.,.! ..Sit. l..i..l.l ...til . . nt ...i... o1.r...lil l.i. utl.tllt "!.' rn.l - yeariujo. CHESS & Neither Ooodloe Combs nor erally high license men, who regard that . .....awful condition of tilings, "Tlie ,""'!J u """ oiiuii... " .l.i..... this Jim Hall has been at rested. I ns the wisest and best form of abating foit Capital. (reeks are at their door." of the liquor tralllc Milwauthe evils Old Lover I know I am old enough First Uin.ilian One niusi look out for kee Wisconsin. The most expensive building in tlie Mt. Vornon, Ky. ,)o ...... to be your grandfather, but my dailiii,', tlli1 ,lllf w,1:lf.,., .1 , , I have an iiuiueiihe fortune to bestow up generally known to our wor is undoubtedly Machinery Hall, k;iQW It uinv not lo Coai and limber Lands and I'urms for talc Cor It m nearly it readem.'butitisa.fact, that 10,000,000 in the Pans Imposition 0inahallIf i lliUl nnything to 011 vou. reipondcnLesohcitid. 44 long quarter of u IbOfeet broad. H,10U,a ,lo ,t ,,y teIe. Youiij,' Heait I hesitate to answer. n inni, (, dozens of eggs am imported every year Its roof, which covers 00,000 square feet, COWPANY Old Lover Do not keen me in sus phone. Into this country. Mom than ,OfOOO,O0O is one great arch spanning tho entiio rL ii i i pense. I have heait diheate and under a year are hatched in Hgypt. chickens r distance from side to side without a sinLady "Little boy, isn't that your excitement 1 am likely to die a', any moHEHRA's ktftitt gle intervening support. The Pride of Woman. mother calling you?" ment. km U atwayi a A ile.u .cad- unJ traniarcut Little Itoy"Ycs,in.' Youiij,' Heart Then I will be vours. a: rr i r v Owing to great storms nearly one miltrouble,! pure V.VAW aivasv rpiIIS prcparatlon.withotit f i 2&. si tit nfijreuy,Mood, ami all person ikui can ret llh lion quints of cultivated blackberries will "Why don't you answer her then?" Omaha Woild. trliltVV Millnfm Mrtlr yollow or tlotclied ilirk, vj - uvkjr t "Pop's away." Ijivor-MoloH that their Wood It i.ut of order A few ilutt bo left to rot on the vines at Laurel, Md., Pim 'Icul loa. 'J1 ivuui In his hi iff report for the year eiidim; pica, Black-Hoad- s, of lleax' Hlood l'urlfior ft Wood Maker will Sunburn and m will liccomc clearand amHii portions of Delaware borduring; You Cannot Afford the came and the akin May 1, 1SS1), tho director of the Pasteur Tan. A few applications will render the i not Riven raiunarent Try It. nud If atif;ictiiin on thu Maryland line. If requiied the At good re, Institute, Paris, announces It U fully warr.tnied. A It will cot vim nothln),'. tho treatment most stubbornly red skin 6ofi, smooth and thl3ou of the year to ho without a berries could all bo duplicated in the I...I.I . .Il.rrl.i.ri l.sLlllll tllC llOUlC. tt Crail)l- - of 1,17;1 subjects, of whom (J wcro seized white. Viola Cream" is not a paint or K. l'fiuiy, l)ruceit I'llk'S lit l6Vs money tlnill they cost the ccic, Jjarrhma and all inllnmmiitwnof the 1 with rabies durin-nnwithin a fort-- 1 powder to cover defects, but a remedy to cure. It X cmtumary for .11 our people to turn out It is sujMirior to all other preparations, and shippers. ach and bocl uie exceedinsly dungcroui ir not ni;ht after the process. But 3 only suc- is guaranteed to givo satisfaction. At drug-pist- s R wlien rlrciu come to town. It l a'o ciutona. Ono bvttlo of llegB' Diar- - cumbed after if V . ntifiuleil in at once. too treatment had bmm or mailed for 50 cents. Prepared by ryf. riulwlw have cut tried Gantct' chicken I). N. Pro wU nought of John Illicit- - liroea iuMm wliido moro kjJ ' ' ul "ie completely carried out, making 1 cure, to recommend li to tluir neighbor. &, cholera BXTTiVErvt death lllian It bunch Of mixed cattle lit L'l to 4 kind than any other incdiLine on earth, We guar- - j Tin ran. tiitiii. It lo'don the plan of "no cite, no pay," by in boi, or, Including all cases, 1 in I'.'S. antee it. A K. Penny Drugs"! CdltS. Farms, miiunil uml timber lands SUMMER GOODS T. R. WALTON'S. m ' ' , j ' evi-'wee- , White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Ice Cream, $c MASON'SrWIRE-TO- 1 1 ...-.hh- ... i FHUXT JARS Sealing Wax and Jar Gums. t tit iIaIHI 1 Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. I ' Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stock embraces ' - 1 Hea-mo- re ' '' l"y "' lnled, ,o"' ''" J eein-ulllit- m Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, ware, Queenswarc, Cojifcclions, ' i Cigars, ss ' A T. j WALTOIT, j - J. Burton, i J f j -- .,..,,,. ' ' ' , 1 j a 4 "i ... ,,,,,., , .,i,n1,. 'ml v n- l"i ih"'rf Y' ..,,,,.,,, 'Ill SINE & IVIENEFEE 'J Latlis, Shingles, Etc., BCTJ&H AND DRESSED LUMBER, GSASH, DOORS and BJCIttTDS Brackets PATENT Wm3 A1TD SLAT FENCE, first-clai- V 1 n.ti,.. r.... FARMERS, ' FOR SALE OR RENT. se ..-- s t y ADVOCATE i j FOR n ' d 1 1 iJ.H.HILTOIT e, rrd - ESTBAY. """"" of - MARET, REAL ESTATE AGENTS ...,.'.,.. ',,. ,,, Ail -- t,, WioMnzm If B. I i CREAM ' ii'- oo e raL VAf & fiKtw' ex & w jriiK 111 ' wimmi m m """ ' d LEXINGTON.KY. G. C. CO., i - McKolerU .Vbtagp j Fr;ak at McPohcns.V tanre's, lanford, Ky --1 ..h"' ffiofoSMM .su 4 '&! t wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm B ' rlmJ "" ,' " "MMWW W 'I i I' 5"" Jf HMMMMMHIIIHMMIIBHBIHHHHRMVaHaiWHi l; atoiMMHMHm ?iMRt im w mMHitfMij.'T'SlljpjfejEg ; Tv -7-t-rprfT" jiTaTSifiTiiiiiBNOTtSEmnNVHBBVIHHMM i Iifciai1ii " y'etnr jicwwr -- " " ' "f i",r' r .""v t- - hi ft I .IV E BOYLE COUNTY. DANVILLE, Green, a prominent lawyer of Biilclilo. Cnrthage, Mo., committed The examining trial of lle.Uty Wick-liffJohn Illuuinbotlinni, the charged with the murder of Kvnn ' Knnsns capitalist, Is dewl nt Topekn. S. Warren, was concluded Tuesday and 1 qsi Stanfoiid, Ky., AUGUST J, y. ,, white, n prominent uiorvhnnt, Wickllffe sent to jail bond to - Is missing from Itiuliinoud. Ho is 51U,- - nwait the action of the without court. September '000 behind. Nothing else could have been done, in W. P. WALTON. .lefonted for State the opinion of most people, but a few of Senator In the Madison district hy Dr. Wickliffo's friends think he should have NEWS CONDENSED. Phil KoberlH by email majority. been acquitted on examination. The -- Carter county.nhvays republican ami testimony of the defense seems to be -S- harp's majority is nt least 80,000; arrbon, wholly with the view of contradicting Wch lvoM0 majority for and probably ...ore. 10 major.ty for Colsoii. the prosecution, whose witnesses are -- Martin llurke, accused of the mnr- - only pivo over a pun on made up almost entirely of men of chai- -D- nriiiR a quarre of Dr. Cronin, is in jail in Chicago. dcr Dick Cisco nns --The brewery of Herman Lacknian, cards at Madinon, Ind., was uaugurou. acter and intelligence, whose statements would not be questioned at any time. to the extent killed and Walt Uisco n5nlt.WM.liuiin.Hl v.......-i...- , it wnundcd. Col. K. Polk Johnson, editor of the fire. of40.n0obv lmve Frankfort Capital and Public Printer for The citizens of Milwaukee There are in mm1 in the United States made another inellectunl attempt to se- Kentucky, was in town Wednesday and 1237,017 arc electric lights and L704,7IU cure a one cent rate to the (?. A. 11. en- - took in the fair. Miss Maud Marcum, of incandescent lichts -- David A. Nichols, committed to jail j cainpmeiitharvest excursions to the West Catlettsburg. attended the fair on TuesTin. i;oi. am uoono aim son, mi. mi, at Lopmsport, Ind., for drunkenness have proven utter failures this year, the day. of Somerset, were in town Wednesday. was found dead in his cell. in the five they have been K. C. Ferrell, of Lexington, cauie over to fiscal year 1SSJ) there was first time Durinii the railway spend a day with his wife and child at nn inceaso of 0,i40 miles in the Charles Lewis and James Dunn Mrs. Ferrell's father's, Kd McUarty, and mail service of the county. were fatal I v shot and Albert Lewis seri- - will go from here to Crab Orchard for a Wayne county went republican by ously injured in a shooting affray at week's visit. Huckner Bush, who has 17 and Col. "Ike" Sheppard, the best Prinreton. been visiting in Winchester for the past defeated. man in the county, is Jefferson Shellnnt, who was taken month, has returned to his home again. Jellersonville, Ind., Mrs. ChrisNear out and strung up by a mob of dNpiised George Metcalf, an old Danville boy, tina Wurfel tried to start her kitchen men in Georgia, has been awarded 0 now a druggist in Atlanta, im,, t in fatally burnlire with coal oil and was damages. Danville visiting relatives accompanied ' ed. It looks as if a greater rush than that by two sisters. W. C. Lucas, of Kansas Madison, Ind., William Johnson At to Oklahoma will be made to the Sioux his old Home. shot Miss Sadie Athey, who rejected his Reservation. There are 11,000,000 acres City,15.is visiting Danville, V. Thomas, of Maysvillc. is tioiug killed him- oiler of marriage, and then in the reservation and the land is spoken duty ns assistant secretary at the fair, n eolf. of as Xo. 1. lK)sition he has tilled for several years. At Kansas City, Mo., Frank Martin, At Montevalto, Ala., W. McCall kill- Col. H. M. McCarty, of the Jessamine Uefin-in- i emploved at the Desiccating and in ed Sol Harris with a Journal, took in the fair Wednesday, k Works, fell into a vat of hot grease Harris having attacked McCall I). SK)ttswood, the able editor of tho boiled to death. and was with a club because the latter elojed Harrodsburg Democrat, has honored our Lawrence county, the home of Unitfair with a visit. Burehett, a republican with his daughter. ed States Marshal The detectives are apiin arresting On Tuesday the 11th annual exhibi a majority for Mr. stronghold, pive the murderer of the Chicago tion of the Central Kentucky Fair was Sharp and the democratic candidate for Tascott, millionaire. Thfs time he was captured begun under the most favorable auspices the legislature. Michigan. It seems to ns there being delightful weather and an The Ft. Worth and Denver mail and at Teredo, it is about time this chestnut wns unusual largo attendance The rings for express train wrs stopped by six masked that on. the two first days have been almost unimen near Cheyenne, Texas, and robbed let np The startling speed of two miles a versally warmly contested. We notice the express car and of $2,000 wah from mmiit.. nn h circular track, canal tol Ull the'nmt tlav that Mm Lena Powell; a registered mail packaire. three miles n minute on a straight track, f iiiOIlvl,. ws awarded the certili As a result of the old nt the trial of a new electric on painting in oil by t (ll feud in Caldwell county, two of the was reached mi,.r m Vi.urs in wiiieii ti teie family were fatally shot at Prince- motor at Laurel, .ur. imiwu (iccmres u Lewis conception since the tele- Mis. (.'. II Cart, r, of lt ....ir.,.,,. ton, Tuesday, nnd a bystander also re- the greatest graph. Swnford, the certiticati- for pencil work. ceived mortal injuries. the old feud T1t, trotia wt.reNVry interesting and in the At Harlan Court-houNear Crevasse, Col., robbers held up the Turners and the Sowders- - ,jri,t raa. iilon, woroUireecntiics, closing between a train, and, falling to obtain entrance to wns revived by several in two heat as follows: Hooker's Dr. Howard express car, they robbed the p.isen nr i... factions ikitmnn t the in inrni vniin .11111 Siurks 1st. Cecil Bros.'s Uambruno !d ' posse is ,. . pers of SIKW and 20 watches. A n -u ' and Stoll's Blameless H being bist.mced ; pursuing then, with bloodhouiius. in 2d heat. This was a race for A duel was fought near CottonporL killing him instantly. olds, with a stake worth $450. Time 2:31, Ijl, hy Henry Ducate and his The Louisville Post, speaking of the 2:3o. 'PI10 2d race sas for the l.':.so tins, m 1..0 a m.niir Tlu former received savs: lieo. with o starters, resulting as follows: buckshot in tho stomach an.l the appointment of Mr. Jollj V. Jollv deserved the district attorney Maggie F. 1st, Mary V. 2.1, McAlister latter had his right knee shattered by a ship. He stuck to Harrison at Chicago r.d, Lady Wilkes, 4th and Blnemont dis. rifle ball. and Harrison tanced. The race ended in the :M heat, John A. Huffman, an aged farmerof through thick and thin would have been an ingrate indeed had time 2:271, 2:27, 2:P0. Pecatur county, Term., was murdered fidelity." nnd his body mutilated, it is supposed, ho not rewarded that LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. A Washington special says it is a was after a bushby Steve Gulleye, who Secretary Noble will thing that Four teachers, two males nnd two el of silver dollars that the farmer had in settled fill the vacancy in the Supreme court, females, were examined on last Friday house. his death of Justice Matthews and Saturday. Only one got a tlrstclass The government commission which created by the the Sioux Indi- and that lie will be succeeded as Secretin certificate and that one belonged to the has been laboring with by Gen. Clarkson, the gentler sex. ans for the purchase of 11,000,000 acres of ry of the Interior First Assistant Postmaster General. An interesting meeting has been goland in Dakota, has been successful, and A base ball player named William ing on at the Christian church here since thrown open this vast area will soon be Campbell had his eye knocked out and hist Monday. Elders Fife, of Lebanon, to settlers. while catching beBell county, the home of Mr. Colson, his jawbone broken and Danielsrof Louisville, are conductHo was carof 150. In hind the bat nt Somerset. ing the services. gave its favored son a majority grounds unconscious and The Teachers' Institute opeiw at this 1887 Bradley carried the county by 495. ried from the precinct gave a majority apparently lifeless. His physician says place Monday, August 12th. Prof. MilColson's home for his recovery, but of 1(0 to the democratic candidate for the there is a chance ton Elliott, Of Kirksville, assisted by condition is critical, and it will be some Prof. R. C. McBeath, of Danville, Miss., legislature. plays another game of will conduct the Institute. Of tho 14.00S ovens in the district, time before he ball. On last Friday evening, nfter the exare now idle, and it is asserted 12,000 The residence of Mrs. Nannie Love, amination of teachers had closed for the that aver 1,000 of the remainder will miles west of Somerset, was visited day, the handsome and accomplished be shut down on account of a strike. two five desnerate characters Uuesday rp.n tp1i1 dnoq nnt wair ns Ur. Harris bv John F. McBeath, county superintenddemanded admittance. Meet ent, and the learned and gifted Dr. W. on's party had promised Hurrah fortnight, who ing with a refusal they attempted to L. Lowiler, examiner, accidentally collithe tariff. Houk, of Tennesseo, break in, when the woman opened fire ded in front of the old Napier House, in Representative with a shotgun, seriously this citv. After superhuman exertions is now spoken of as the candidate of the upon them 1 hreo of . . '. of the woundliii: one of the party. leM nt iat succeeded in extri Southern republicans for Speaker re- Ho hns been ignoied by the live have been arrested, but ttiey UvW tmmUi fip.rs- from each next House. ml give the name of the wounded j TIOMH,lient the time nnd the President nnd he will have a large fuse to ' nre in the '"'infollowing of "statesmen" who the nnnearance.of the field afterwards J. Frank Collum, nn attorney at , writer forcibly ,lf a B11,, enmo box. ' Minneapolis, forged tne names of John ,l"mT ", .Sullivan waived examina noetrv detailing h similar .. Slugger honaire, and several lime T. Bade , a ' tion before n justice of tho peace nt Pur- other wealthy men to tho sum of 22,- - affair '"',l nK" the rounds of the press was placed un' vis, Miss., Tuesday, and ""'"-- ' r.n .. itm umh -llnsilels attorney itMinn lii WllR n liov: mo " They fit i fit. der $2,000 bond to appear before court and carried, on the forgery for over a And noticed nnd bit;. on 'August 12. Sullivan will spend the year. He lost his money on real estate And cut)led In ihe mud, intervening time nt New Orleans and nnd when confronted said that if he Until the Kround Pass Christian. For three milt-- 'round, were given a chance to redeem himself An Alabama detective telegraphed WmUvered with their blud. could make enough money to pay he And a pile of nosei, eart and ty- Gov. Buckner Tuesday that he had cafor the money stolen. to the V1 " Lay in huje ma Kentucky's defaulting treasurer, dollar for dollar ptured It is more than probable that he will not Your correspondent could not get the Dick Tate, at Scottsborough. Tho cap- be given a chance. . ...... ,. '" PIlliai, ni th ..for. ture was made upon the resemblance of -- Miss Mollie Bcath, daughter of the m"'" 'y nre nspiring to a photograph ofTate and tunate collision. As notli ' tho prisoner , captain of a Cumberland "V Bteamboa i o b h it is very improbable that tho right man residing at Burnside, a handsome and "liclors, mm as a , . handsome voung female teacners nae been arrested. lias popular young schoo teacher, ha, for tll5s yenr it is ro , Amcricus M. Neeley, who was Mo- sometnne teen receiving the attentions Jjne th s . P receiver of public moneys nth' appointed tu of William Sam lusky, who, .t is daunt d, at Little Hock, Ark., has been dead for seduced her under promise of marriage. ' three months. Ho was killed in the For- When her condition could no longer be ed " 2.50 for n,n,.,...a to tne street . his death was mentionest City riot and " "'? concealed, she besought him to make f. ed in all the papers. Tho republicans her his wife, which he refused and left '. '"f ' should awake from their slumbers nnd the country. After he left the young 1,,.; mn"e in tho hulls of justice. ineouinclerk, the deaths of their uu J. ft. miiuim", acing circuit at least keip "P with dy attempted to procnie an abortion ,,,, A. H. Clnrko, n.l the prominent men. nnd the result was that Tho entire business jwition of Spok- on herself attorney, di ffere l in op 1110 . Miss Heath was'.mty died from the ' " ane Falls, W. T., was destroyed by tiro "bad, wa s the very pretty and quite a favorite in her blocks were Uk irate attorney ilrew nn Sundav night. Twenty-fivgnl f"""".niniunitv. c ' demol- ' Jnk.RtJiid with the intention of reduced to ashes and the loss is estimatOnly one business CHURCH AFFAIRS. ed nt $14,000,000. ishing the circuit court, when a bystnnd-- ! reEllison interfer block was saved and only one life is Gospel services will bo held nt Row- cr bv the name of Geo. ported lost. The water works were not land Thursday and Friday nights nt the ed and prevented bloodshed, but tho in order and nothing could bo done to church, conducted by Mrs. Mary Bren- contents of the ink stand wns shed upon tho Mato got mad check tho flames except to blow up nmg, of liouisvtlle. All invited to at- - '"" '""" tend. She has traveled all oyer tho State! and charged ench $10 and half tho costs PhiHp Dnughcrty, nn ore separator or OIIOUIII15 ,l;1 uifc...j. illlli liuo iiv " S.vf ... JM......U.. ia i. .vnear Reading, Pa., met a most horrible LUl V1 . with one of a -- At tne cnurcn meet.i g , death while working in His clothing new inventions. ... c., uUnw tlint tlu doinocnita hnvo WV.V iV ...V HIMM llr IIIU ;ttllV RMW" ....' nnd one of the big beltsrollprn his OVHUU .caught in , iwn in E. Barrow faithfully tilled that position imtnf inn members of the legislature. -, The'ontlre for about 30 years-- in fact, one of the,mountain counties are reporting incli wide ten tons must be ffi?f J nrnjoritle. for the republican .tick- removed, tho body Htill being insteneu Intcl(1,,nt tll0 pc100 over t Semi-Weekly Interior Journal! C. F. e, -- FUXCXS DOWN TO- - well-know- n , THE LOWEST NOTCH -- THIS WEEK.- - I We make our last effort this week All seasonable goods. Prices have been cut until Cost is lost sio'kt We want room for our new departments and must get rid 0 Summer of. Stock at any Buyers can. save a handsome sum now bit making purchases ul Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, ' Caps, their Trunks, Carpets, Matting, $c., loss. SI,-60- AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! very attractive prices must in know that soirteour Summer Goods. A be the remainder of made in order to move very short visit will convince you. dirk-knif- e e, Come o 7 .xn ,..,.4l. & ' rm..tJU. HUt LIO OtJ. early and secure these Bargains. 31. Main si., Stanford. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. SAI,IXGIK, .Mmincr. TRL (f ' Lowis-Hutch-i- ns I ,. (iie,,ttt Iniught of Johnson, of Boyle, J ewes, extra good om-s- , at ?4. -- Hugh Colyer, if Clark, sold Baker, of Fayette, ?w) ewes at ?;'.. Winchester t-- D. B. "tagg H3npTr.Ttfrwr ,! - e Sun. Catron, of Pulaski, bought in this cattle at county 20 head 2 and 3 year-old MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving His i J 2J j 1 1 . ; ""'" . 1 -J j gon-in-la- w already engaged his next year's iambs nt oj cents for Juno' Goods delivery. Wilson, of Fayette, bought in this county, a couple of tine geldings nt $17." and $200. D. II. Stngg has j J eK i FALL AND WINTER GOODS Give him a Trial Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, The Great Remedies I ! n Bt-ve- J , - , - . ' ''y 1111 I.1', - j I ....., 1 1 ....,.,,....-.- Wells, of the East End, a pair of harness ..., ,., L..Kf'T' ..R',.IC'''eallUdd)...c,..uch.ScFnf.,l. . .. mares for $2"0. Pence it Farris took'the "blue-tie'- ', na li.3ri. i. enttsy to th. munlr. gelding rjng at the ' tin nrrvnua iu. I'rice ii prhtilr 'vu''" d in the Danville Fair Tuesday. B. G. Gover sold to D. X. Prewitt head of sheep at $2.(H) per head. ?AJl!i.B,;?c,7..,5.';,,;S1;7,fl.,r" c f,"" -'... Manwfaiturrd and I. r talc to thr tradp hy the Robinson sold to Jerry Givens it Bricoe 4(! cwch at $:l.oOand bought of A. DRUG CO,, WilHnmHburg, Ky. j T. Htinn 42 extra good ones at $:!.7r, j W. C. Tfllbott, of Madison county, sold to James B. Parkes ten nice year-- ! Georgetown Times. ling mules for M. F. Elkin bought of E. B. Benzley a cow nnd lot of heifers at 2j cents and A-ri;v P.;i3 ot W. E. Anion an extra lot at 2J cents. Louis Harp sold his crop of 10,000 pounds of tobacco to Cropper, of Lexington, at 7 ets. from the ground up. Richmond Climax. W. II. Moreland sold 100 lambs last ueek forl..)0. John Cotton liought of E. W. Lee a pair of mules at $:!00. Dan ville Advocate. J. G. Lynn bought of W. A. Hail .50 henil of good yearling cattle to be dei-- j ercd Oct. at"$2:i.:VJJ. The same cattle' were sold by Mr. Lynn to Mr. Hail April 2.itli at $21. J. Breck Payne, Strawberry Hill I Farm, this city, has sold thus fsr in 14 head of trotting bred stock, aggregal- Will keep'constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furnituro ing $14,000,. an average of ?1,4:'.0. This is nearly as good as Shorthorns at about " and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods , cts. n pound. Stock and Fnrnu can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will bccon-vince- d C. M. Spoonamore bought of W. A that I sell lower than the lowest. brood mate for $llb, i Hail a and bought of different parties a biuuli' of' different parties a hunuh of stei r Olmilo ttirhjrlcti, liourt )ulclitt between calves at $S to $12. He sold to D N of hogs for Septembi r Prewitt a g. New M' 1st delivery at 4c. colt, by Protectipn, a Kentucky-breimBWHWWW.iHHWWBl Kmlte Tiaim Run Through Without Chanire. rrinco Charlie, out of Mauola, captured Champion Stakes at Mon- -' the rich Junior THROUGH CAR SERVICE. mouth Park Tuesday. Los Angeles won South Hound -- Train So i.I'ullmin IW.udoir Huff. uKSByljftFMWV. Sl the Champion Staketf. Jockey Barnes el MecplnR Car, Cincinnati to New Orlcatu Lhatunioira to ShrMcjwrt rode both horses and landed $10,000 for Train .No. 3, I'uilnun lloudolr HufTrt Sleopinif Car. (.iiiLimiall to New Orlean. and Cinri, nau R. E. Campbell and Lucky Baldwin, the to lackionvilleand knovill,.. hleeper St. Louli owners. to.New OrlMint via M. ,v O. Spalding & Shunts, of Lehauon, pur Conden.td Schidule in Effect Match 31, 1M0. chased of M. 0. Sallee a horse 10 hands jm;'r- - - Jf.W.MOiCimM high for $1"0 and a mule for $$f of W. ItJCVX) TJI. BKAD DOWN. years old H. Sallee and a mare mule '1 RAINS SOUTH. TRAiys NORT"lI7 i i.. three-year-ol- "r - " ""-- . s" WmiAMSBl'RG SEW FURNITURE ST0REI m m ii'WM a OP. I 1 J 1S-1- I I WCTjyWPgffl3l M , car-loa-d f d I mmBKmi vliKnBnH'lHli Cincinnati nnd Or-lcaii- "- s 15 for $i:V; of T. P. Dunbar, o mules for $100; of W. C. Turk Dohoney, Sr., 11 two-year-ol- d No. 7. 17 (( yearlings Daily I.im. ., eff-cts- e '' 1 - ! - -i Edi-Bon- 's ,..,:. ! "-- -. n'halfan i.n.in -- lRtnV K I cotton mules for SS0. Columbia Spectator. J. V. Leathers paid $250 for 102 ewes ... frmn un.it.. .H..H.O ntrA M.... Ilia rntlirna ..w..a. nuuiu '", mill ... the investment up to the present figure ii) as follows. He sold the wool from them at $150.' Of the 1.12 owes 11 did not have lambs and the other 120 raised 157 lambs. Mr. Leathers sold 140 of these in May for $'.)4:i.55, and in July 17 of them at $50.70, leaving 0 lambs on hand thnt aro certainly worth $2 each. Within tho lust few days ho has been offered for the original owes what they cost him $520. Thus from tho investment ho has already made a total of $A50.2S in cash and still has the money first put in it. Sheep pay. Anderson 10 59 it joprn U 11 9S3nm a No, 5, No, 3. Dally. IE. Sun, Daily. a ni 4 03 p ui S 10 p in( , .. 300 pm o 50 p ni 1000 pin m Jl pm 50 :15pm No. i, No. 4. Noi T Liiii. I Daily Fait Ki.Sim. Dally. IE Mm. Daily. ,v.incinnau arv, 7 Le. .Wilhamitown... I.'ve; 640 a C 4J pm 10 15 a in Jtjopil am' m 3 47pm 930pm 6 30 a m 5 13 51 p m ...l.GeoitfetowH. 4 10 a m 701pm 10 19 p in a 38 p m Lexington. .., 735pm Jo55pm( 1035 a m 3 48 a m 41 7 00 a m laio p in Lw I.ou. S. R. R Arr. Huft'in Arr Le. Ilurtrin. Air 5?a m 3 Jo p m 5 30 a m 10 50 p in 845 ni 11 m a m 11 17 am Lie . ,..i ... a jSa m Daniille o yj u ill 1. u m 10 31 p m 5 3 l 30a nV 11 43 am' ...Junction City 910pm uSarn 33 a m JJOJItl 10 ao pm ,., .. 105am I oopm Somcrel.. 05 a in 1 a? n m 0 30 a m Oakdale --....! 5 aj a m, 4 15 a m 935 pm 11 15am 4 3 a m 8 5 am c 40 p m Ar v. Chaitanooea... I.'ve 6 jo pm! 7 m 33a 406am 9 10 n mi 700pm L've. Cliitnno6Ki.,.Ar' 7 3$ m aooa m I 01 p rat 9 49 p m Ar'v. Attalla. 447am 145pm 11 451m l.'ve ., Hirninzham 300pm 300pm A No. 1. Daily. STATIONS. I.lm. 35 a m I Ibili. No 4J I I I 1 .... 1 1 1 m Tlllffulnnia 101am L've ... im'Ar'v.. ...Meridian 10 m pin1 630am ilooan Ar'v.New Oilcan.,.L've 4 15 a m 3 35 p mi Ar'v ., 940 pm 310am I.'ve Meridian 9 10 a m L. ve .. .. Jackvon ..... Ar v ............. 6 top m 11 15 a m L'te. . Vicktuuttf, ........... 4 00 pm' 4 35 pm L'ic.... Monroe 1005 a ml fljipiu niy. ..jnrcvciHjri 600 a ml 08 f s p 111 pm 4 n 45 i,., News. Tram No. , I'ullman lloudolr Uuflet Sleeping Can, New Orlc.in to Cincinnati Shrcveportto Chattanooga. Train No 6, Pullmanlloudolr Buffet Sleeplnz Car New Orlrini to Cincinnati. Train No. 3, l'ullman lloudolr and euffet Sle pine Car ChatUnoosa to Cincinatiaiid Sln'nvn l.rk. . .VjG. . wnvilltw Cincinnati, via W.A- A. and F T KHANh. WOOLLLV. Trav. 1'mn.Aiit.. LcinBton Kv D. G. EDWARDS, Gen'l JOHN C.GAULT, General Manager, Cincinnati ,OhIo, N'orth-Houn- VdkX mmtmimn tt rn'-- f Semi-Week- ly Stephen Griflln and Miss Antllo EatabllshedV.1810. A full ..j eperienced corps of Tcachen Clascal, acifntific nd elect Location healthful and accessible. Sunirlor and lhorFiih-- ii Hilt just received at Tur. hop club at thin plaeu acknowl- itruiin were made one alter God b holy ive courses of ttud Kefintd Christian homes, Increased endownmentadvam.ic.es for n liberal for comineninth education and enlarged racultv year. For cataio .uc and othir information, applv to Stanfoud, Ky., Auouar 0, 1880 Ill'ins .McKlnii(.'y'H. edges with thanku the receipt of an invi- ordinance nt John Ciriflln's Thursday. W. O YOUNG, D. D , President, Danville., Ky V. K. Adams and Miss Mary K. tation to the Firnt Annual Hop to be M.xos'h Jan, Stunts Fruit .Turn, Chub 1,'iven evening, Adams, tho pretty daughter of W. F. at Columbia, Thursday E.C.WALTON, I3UH. MnnaRer anil .Mly (Jlusct'H tit A. A. Wnrren'B Aujj. Adams, were married at the bride's fayroei-rv.".Model ther's Wednesday. The Mt. Moriah Sunday-Hcliol'liNic. MEANS BUSINESS. Since their childhood Mr. Thomas Lost. On tlie I Itistoii villi plku n pock Next Session Opens Sept. Nth, 1889. will (ivu a grand picnic on Satur- I). ltaney and Miss Iva Smiley have had Com k and nettle your ncconnt. A. It. etbook coiitiiiniiiK 0"' jet FindDEPARTMENTS OF SCIENTIFIC day, August 17, n"ar Mt. Moriah church, n weakneis for each other, Miillciently THREE renny. AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. er will ho rewarded if left nt my oilk'u. at Highland. All invited to attend and re'mired nnil 0. 15. Cooper. Watches and visible for ninny to conclude that they lltallhy Iccntionln the heart of the llliie C.ran region. 1,000 feet above ita level. Kuinrdand ' community Mudrnu find hcmci in the beat familiei artd Memrrlal Hall. Kxpcnsei bring dinner. warranted. A. It. 1'ciiny. would some day become husband and $ifo to $240, Attcndnn e last tiori, ju, from - StatM and Territoric. For full information and CauluKuc apply to TiiulK'rit place to lmy drujn, patent Tiiohi: who Imve not paid their L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. I am Ht ill the agent for the celebrated wife, but in the last few years their love is nt A. II. medlcinea and toik't with us will please e.ill and Kettle. DickV 1'atent Feed Cutter, the most has been even more plainly deinonstrn l'uiinvV. Wu need the money ami intuit have it. H it v your hookn, Ink, cutter that has ever been Hold. ted.and the question, would they pencllH ntnl nehool Hiippllus of nit Courts & Cox. IMpor, Any size can be had, from hand to horte hnd been substituted for when from A. It. lVimv. the event occur. The question is Lai.iii: erod jin from here to tin power. T. Metcalf. swered now for on Tuesday evening last FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1889. lUnvillu i'air each day and last niylit a PERSONAL POINTS. Xkmtiiday was about iih dull a day as delegation of the yonnu people took any one could uIhIi to hoc-- . Nearly ev- they, in, company with Miss Laura Ellis, bitf 31. IIUHHAKD, A. 31.. of Louisville, anil K. 0. Wnlton, of this Mim Annii: (iiihi.x in atteudiim the in the hop at that place. erybody went to tho fair at Danville and city, drove to DhiivIII. Fair. and in the par'acuity o Excellent Doardlnir Department. Ihicipline Strict. Instruction Kull information ghen on application. Mum. Dii. SrKKii: Hailky Ih at Cam:y county p've Col. ril.'is Adam) thofte who were left were as destitute of lors of Mr. II. A. It. Marksbury, by Kid. Th oriugli. new h an hens arc of teetli, hence the Frank, were pronounced husband and Sprint!). for reprenfiitatlve a majority of -- 81 and morning. wife. The attendants were Mr. John Jons- Wiuim:. of Montie Ho, Ih him over hick of that article this Itutfell 107 majority, Mr. S. M. Owen. .Sweeney, demorr.it, by Kill. Tiik Cincinnati Southern, Q. & C. Farra and Mrs. Lewis Landrnm anil Mr. 9 Mus. Ansik.Imkh left Tpesday for sell round trip tickets to Wnlton and Miss Kills, and the ceremol'liNic John llutelt willcive a picnic route, will MiMouri to vMt relative-western points at one fare for the round ny, which wns sulliciently short, was imI). It Cwti'KNrKii imitMontkvllo work at Ottenheim Saturday, August 17th, to trip, Aug. 20, Sept. 10 and L'4 and Oct. 8, pressive and beautiful. Their reason for which all are invited. .Mus-i- and other iiii hit iiHitniiH'" !,isIiil"w. 'W. Tickets good to return !n .TO days. going to Ijtncaster was because of their , of Kiidmh City, ie at auiiiHemetitH nil! hn fiiruifdicd. Mil. It. It. Apply to any agent on the Q. & C. desire for n quiet wedding and not the objection on the part of Miss Smiley's IiIh mint's, Mr, ltobert Harrow. I)Trt. Mr. Catherine Hallcy hoi for route. parents, who were willing nml well Mux. . I. M. Cook, of IluMonville, lint Kale lot in the Miller r.xtenoion. Koine The fever patienU about town are re- aware of what tvns to be done. Miss been tin tuent of Mr. G. H. Cooper, I t.niui. iifi.l lot nnu iit...1 In W II ported as follows: Warren Hocker Ih Iva is an exceedingly winsome young for ' Millers nlto No. liurw and buggy. Improving; Harry Geer.ia much better; lady and possesses aliku many accoma vlult to relativeH h: Iac toiinty, Yn. Tur. Danville Advorate is getting oi t Willie Wallace is still in a precarious plishments nnd beauty of character and Vi:tiiKS lini returned to con- II. cordla. Kn.. !o take charue of his school ' a newsy daily during the fair. When it condition; Miss Jennie Hocker is some disposition. She is the daughter of Mil. as ii Mie. V. Vakso.v have re- conns to push aiidenterpriseonr esleein-e- better; Mrs. W. F. Itansey is improving; Mrs. Knte Dudderar nnd like her is in-- J At conteniiorary is exceedingly hard to W. M. Plight is convalescing; lustrious and perseverini; and will make turned from a few iI.iv'h tay in Ix)iiis-villdown. Mr. ltaney a kind and true helpmeet, Take Heeii. A young man had his Of Mr. ltaney It can be truthfully said Mit. Mattik 1'itr.wiTT, of Louisville, skull fractured while ringing a I will say My CchToMiiif. To that who has been tit Ciipt. (ieerV, returned n few nights ago, that he is a ydung man of high moral am very thankful for past patronage and at a charivari in Indiana n ousiness man ami atnorougii Friday. hope a continuance, but must have the bell slipping out of his hand and jetamling, 'gentleman and is deserving of the good Mu. ami Miw. Lcwih I'.A.McnY, of Lex- cash for all work done from now on, im striking him on his head. Take heed wife lie is now proud to call his own. iimton, are vlslthn; Mr. and Mn W. F. have no inonev to run the credit bnI- - bovs and quit the business or at least Jtaiiise-yT Ixteihoii Joimin.m. wishes them a get a tighter grasp on your bell. ncs, mi please remember tbi- -. T. .1. voyage and a linnl j long life, a I.ittlk Mi"'oiii;" A wiikv entertain- Hatcher. Dit. Peyton is building another resi- - happy rest "beyond the river, where the ed a nuuibtr of her young friends night. Dealer In It comes by our private wire that our dence on the lot adjoining the property surges cease to roll." Mr. and Mrs. ltaMIks Ura townsman, .Mr. A. A. Warren, was fre- he recently purchased of Tom Itaines, ney have taken rooms at her mother's II tu. is Mifs Katk on the Crab Orchard And will remain there until other satisWood, at Danville, and is attending the quently taken for Sain Jones at the near the ! Danville Fair. Peering Camp Meeting Sunday and one pike. He is gradually taking in the factory arrangements can be made. A Mix-i- n I.kiii: txn M.tnv Hi:a7I.ky sister tvns so poitive about it that she town. Mr. Willis C Harnett has about reception was given the newly wedded STANFORD, KY. left Tuesday for Cleveland to &ty a cou- reiiesfd him to preach on a certain completed a neat residence on the site couple by Mrs. Dudderar on their return where his residence burned some months from and n number of friends ple of months. text that afternoon. gathered to express their good wisher for Mis Kate Gano and brother, ltohtrtt since. An uicN'Tti.i.Y Shot. As John Ilig them. were giU'Sts of their uncle, Col. V. Ileum is the olllcial vote polled Montiiii", a negro, living near Walnut Flat, Welch, this week. DEATH'S DOINGS. votes was carelessly handling a pistol it went day. It will be seen that Miss Minnie VanAhmhik, of cant nnd that Mr. Warren, who will Dr. J. M. Perkins, for many yenrs a Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is arrived yester lay and Is tli'i oir, the ball going Into the left knee of were his brother, who was standing near by. prove n model legislator, got a majority prominent physician and citiren of Som- full and complete. We call special attention to our Siio llont. guest of M while Miss Kate Pogle, for of l, J. Socle vtiiTii iFalron) and familv The knee was considerably shattered School Superintend, got the second j erset, died Tuesday of bronchitis in his 7lM yeBr. ,h. wng R mogt uxcl)ent mnD pasM'd up We IncHlay for a mont h'a so and the Imll has not yet been found. The wounded man is doing well, but largest majority, IU8. Montgomery got ani, ,ib ,ieu,ls () kimiIUss will five long journ at ltook Castle Springs. The best Casket of the kind ever invented. only 576 with no republican opposition a(ter ,,iB boiR.8 glaU ,mvo retrne(l l0 Mish.Maiiy CioiiMi.KY, of CrabOrohanI, will very probably be left a cripple. .. on the track. It was n cold day for the dust. He was a prominent Mason nnd Embalming under the most approved method when desired. Tuestlay to bring, went to The trustees of the Stanford Male and I am Holier th'nn Thou party, but n red was buried by that order in the presence home her brother Simon, who has been Female Academy have secured the serJ. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. letter tint: for the democrats. Hurrah of a large number of friends at Somerset ill for sometime. vices of Mr. James G. Denny to take for Lincoln nml tho democratic party! Wednesday. Mies Fmii.i. TiMiuiii.tkr, of Sutnmitt charge of that school this year. Mr. Miss.,- - and Mien ltiinnic Trimble, of - sV 3 v c,x Denny, son of our countyman, A. K. XKW ADVERTISEMENTS. lloduensville, Ga., am the miesis of Mks Denny, is a graduate of Centre College r g j J so- S " Sallie Klkln, at Capt T. A. HlkinV and is a young man of good morals, ii Mils. C. 11, ItM and daughter, sterling ! integrity anih'n every way tltted 5c vJB-VvrI!IjEi3j t : f x Mrs. J. It. Gutlgell, of Independence, ' I w to till the position the trustees haw And Stocl, I'armlnr; Vtcnul, !"lackimith'Tool Mo., arrived ycMorday ami are guests of wisely selected him to. and rnrniture. Said Farm ccntiint 133 Acres Capt. K. T. It'oohester. of tillable land, adjoining the farms of L)r lien Swoi.c, (icneral dano and Joe Tomlinton, and DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Mish I.trn.t Ki.us, who has been in The Danville Advocate pokes fun nt about two milea from llryantiville, Rarrard coiin- t sat-s2 stt i It, Ky. A (food nock farm, plenty ut water anil sifting Miss Kate Dudderar for the lat the prohibition candidate for the legislaFANCY ARTICLES, &0. timber tur all 'urpot, rooU Itncmtr, a tenant four mouths, returned to her home in ture in this county as follows; "Have home., a new ttaMe ol to stall : rrnts rrauny lor $300 per year. Heit chance ever offereda Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. Louisville Wednesday. you heard from Lincoln? There was Salt' to pood home fcr a mall amount of money tale place en .prtmitea Sept. 3, it$, at a p. m, The Ktioxville papers sK'ak of anoth- some talk of a contest in our neighboring II old privately price $7,500 er big law suit won by Ingersoll A Pey- county, but we are inclined to the belief I'llO'llF. J. WILSON ton, of that city. We are glad to note that there was some mistak'e, as Dick STOCK OF WATCHES, THE LARCEST ,1..t Inuw.Om that our former townsman is meeting Warren goes in with a majority of over jf CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. with such success in his practice. 1,'JOO, and hi.4 opponent goes out with a .Uroo2iueiv !2 3."i.,S253 "i . Cou K. Poi.k Johnson1, Public Printeri lower than 'Pah for Dick!" de'irn to sell my farm of 10; acres of land situ- Ever brought to this market. Prices the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. ated on the Lancaster pile. 3$ miles from Staneditor of the Frankfort Capital, President including a good ford. Improvements good, paired on short'notlce and warranted. iTbashccn finally settled that the lz5ai 5."a?vi i"n "ik of the Kentucky Press AhHoeintion and and has hous.j with 6 rooms, l'lice ' Jociinai.s will play the Waddle on it 4 cood orchard. Apply to of the brightest and best men in the one Stanford. Ky ALEX 49 it ai!S s Stale, in in the city. It is a treat to have Pros., of Somerset,, on the Danville base ball grounds on Friday, Aug. 10. It is Willi us ll uo.inin.ttoo ioj following 2'iit-'I'm: coimliitint probable that the largest number will i appears in the Danville Advocate: "Miss witness this game that has assembled I has e leased the old O H Jones stables No. 31 My New House on Main St., 'l Hie diamond for many n day in and 5 Lovd street, Atlanta, da. Have refitted Maud Marcuni, Catlcttsburg, was the, Mr. W. II. ' .' . I and remodeled the stables, nukitic them the best HlKSins.l.tanford.ortomeat'Danville.Ky A Modem PrOgreSlVB School, j: nnnnmftd iii thl. section for the stock trade. handsomest lady at the Fair on Tues- Central Kentucky ami it is also probable N HOLMES. i.orriE of my friends and 3a solicit Ii7mil.miin 11111. . fojmer the HiiutAi.t-'ll.- . rolled up n m, Lorencutwme'tl of tlic dav." Mi-- Mareiim bore that distinction that, while the game will be close, the a J"ill leave the grounds victorious. jority for Warren and a still handsomer iojonts will iumt me in the buvine.s. Where your daughters will he tau;ht How to bewhile on the K. P. V.excuiHiou to Mam-- ' HARRY A. EVANS, come true wo.nen, as well as thcrouhly i- -: . for Miss Hogle. Hurrah for tho West one instructed in moth Cave. At last a trace of the man Holt, who Kndl . CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL . a ih:sikadlr Tun editor left Tuesday morning to stole Jim Ueid's horse and buggy some Literature, Science, Art & Music. .. v t . l. , -STANFORD, KY. vote t taugi.au, " vc.,, mnntliR imn, Ii.ih Iwii foiinil. and"A Montgomery got the " join ins sister, Airs. i. ,? R RUV. C. TOPE, President, Address x ujijj- -. Engineering and Surveying in yet pav the uruo iirciiaru, mil uic ticmocnus tim- j..ixxxjsjx it HlH.,I18ikt.v tlmt or Mrs. S. C. TKUF.HEAKT, Kfvc their part and gave more than an ordiwill go to Itich - ,.,..,,,. I offer for sale privately my Kesidenco and week's sojourn, they "xioii. rri01l(i for i.f. tiief, Lady Principal, all branches. Acres of Land on Danville street in htanford. '1 he ,. A ,,., llt,,.,,, i ""ry support for the nominee ,, inonti. Old Point ami other iiolnt.s. This . Millersburg, Ky. house is roomy and ill uood repair and all the nec4J outhouses; are attached. Possession given George (..entry tried bis bet to keep essary ,,,.,.. ,..., , is his lltst real recreation in tliree years , within two weeks after .lie. h or further particu. .... 1.:.. ........ r..., ..,..:,,.. i V ('.. Welch Stanford, Ky. SAW MILL FOB. SALE nnd wo believe our patrons will join us have been' notified. It eems that the ,"""; si "" , 7 lars call on Col. "", me at Laiamic, Wyomin? territory. inr. w nrriwi. ' iuil ,iiiiv iieiiuvt-i- i 111 his trip may prove both little mltvrtibcinent has done in tlio wish that ood ami . M. C SAUFLEV. .AIbo runnel tint! Stock. 4t. to nu, exclusive privileges lououe pleasant and healthful. Mr. Heid is very hopeful of recovering nglits As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell at great voted such. his horse and buggy. COMMISSIONER'S SALE sacrifice a saw mills complete with jo horse boilera IOC CITY AND VICINITY. Highland is also entitled to n large i LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE n 3 wijions. t buckbo.ird, i primr portion of the "blue tie." Seventy-onof cattle, 3 mules, t n and harm is 3 yokes Somi: six oreight negro boys, ranging a good farm hand. Wantkd. To hire erist mill complete,. and mv iurm of too acres RAILROAD. .i . in nges from ten to fourteen, have form- for Wnrrenhi that precinct is good work Valuable Lincoln County Land. snou lanu wen tunuercu Will sell privately. J. II. Miller. MART SMITH,, democrats are The Great ed n band of robbers nnd locnted them- and Jim Carter and other Maywood, Ky, l to be congratulated. Lincoln Circuit Court. Hc.tixit'Aiinms for guns ami ammuni- selves ut or nenr the bridge on the vs. Sarah CooVs THROUGH TRUNK LINE. Olllv one negrO failed to vote for Sarah Cook's tion ut T. Metcalf's. pike. Their victims nro the Ac , Dsfts., and S. R Cook's 1., I'llT., vs. b. H. x-. and Mechanical .!, o. Cook's Crs., &c, Oefu. Kentucky Agricultural small boys who nre sent to town on er- Montgomery In Stanford precinct To The tio to Thompson's tonsorial art rooms ludjment of the Lincoln Circuit rands, ami besides taking what money (Hubble) nnd lie did not VOto at all. y virtueofn Nfarch a clean shave or neat hair trim. lESj, will on ASSOCIATION, for term, Court at Us they have, the youthful robbers wind up That WOUld bo U good locality for tllOl Watermelons constant- by giving them fearful (loggings, with preacher to reside in in the future. 1889, LEXINGTON, - - KY., On Iii: Choice Tuesday, August With , Niles ran well at Waynesburg and the promise of a bigger dose if they ever on hand. Nunnelley v Hampton. on the premises ly At tl o'clock a m. or therrabout, s Highland, but was not equal to the occasell 10 tho highest bidder ut public outcry divulge. Tho authorities should see to Ho ran on the Ski: our pine and cedar shingles before this robbery and have the sion in the Two Tracts of Valuable Farm Land, covering your building. Sine oi Mene-fee- . little scoundrels pay dearly for their ticket, but tho Louisville The first Tract conDescribed as follows, majority wanted Miss Pogle to fill out tains 134 Acre of good Land and has on it a good meanness. To Nashville, duelling house often rooms, with frame the unexpired term and said so by a big cellars and brick spring in the county alo a cnaly. JBUG. 21. 28. 29. 30. 31. and best Hoy n can of Slug Shot for 5 cts. and Memphis, bcate spring on the place. Ci'miikiilami Fama The most vote. kill the bugs'on 'vour cabbage. T. Met'I'hn second Tract contains au Acres, mo'lly Atlanta, river Turnersville did Warren proud and river bottoms, vvell watered, lies suinmer resort in Kentucky calf. Competition Open to the World, new Montgomery, two tenant Cumberland Falls is this season enjoy- llie lieiliocnus 01 that iireeinct utsirto nn(1 b "?" ,x , ql.ou Ur$c houses, apple inb and ,a rnew ualn orchard young Free. llaughuian for cut- ing Tin: case of Will Little Rock, tarmtncT.ind. 'ilio land heon one of tho largest of its existence. credit for their work. Our prohibition and is fir.t class ting Jim Tall, on election day, was dis Guests are there from several States in- brother, Mr. W. C. Ilalloy, is no doubt Ar lriichiisville turnnike. in u ircn.il licivhtair Now Orleans. Mobile and Programme Ever Offered. I hese missed. Look out for Tall again. churches to cluding a large number of the belles and sick at heart at his precinct doing tho hood, closu as schools undthe Moves Cock (armlands The Mo.t Attract. and a whcla as are know n Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. l)lx Kiver, It Was Not Ouu WrT.L. Wo publish- beans of the country and those fond of thing so handsomely for Warren. How- are hounded byLackey, &c.' the lands of David Win once, The ever, we won't crotv over the fallen foe. Popples, y gayty should go there at Only one change to points in Said lands will first be offered separately and ed soiiio weeks ago that Mr. Will Mober-and the a couple of prohibi- then aswillwholedeclared. bid realising .the most more reserved nre nlso there in numbers Turnersville At b had taken unto himself n wife, but it money & Hand and made on a credit of band Kree's turned out that It was not our Will nnd the guests make their selections of tionists drove several miles nfter an nged uTerms: Sale will bebeing required to execute Nelllowill gucPatrol Uniformed each day a Crar.d Concert mouths, purchaser Ladies and children uuder ta yean ot KKKE Moberly, but another who liveB ut Liv- the two classes. It is thu place to spend bimon pure 'democrat who they thought Ixjnd with approved security, bearing interest at EMIGRANTS cent, per annum from date day, the rate of 6 They were n paid, payableper the Commissioner and with auntil age will be admitted Free the first Reduced Ralei. lien to ingston. Mr. Moberly who was in to the mouth of August. The fare Is a big wns bolid'for the bpecul trains on all railroads at Seeking homes on the line of this road ill receive is unexcelled. Ask your little taken down when ho voted nnd reserved upon the laud moil nil ol the purchase Floral Hall will be open and will be a feature-oSpecial rates. see us this week Kiys ho has been con- feature nnd and having the fotce and effect of the Fair. is jrSee agents ot this Company.forv rates, routes 8. M. DAVISON. nnd received nu- friends about Cumberland Falls nnd see ndded ono more to Warren's majority. judgment. information and catalogue, address Ac,, or write to, For turther gratulated by hundreds M C C' C. ,, . Linthe Secretary. ATMOKE ci4t Any one, desiring to see these lands will call on merous letters wishing him and hisbrido if they do not say H is " model summer Hurrah for the best representative Uulsvillc.Ky- or address Alex.Uoblnson, Lancaster, Ky coln over has or ever will hnve. resort. THOS. L, MARTIN, Secretary. long lives of happiness. -rur-lo-iil Interior Journal ! ,;s """ " """ """ "" "' '" Kn IiIh Caldwell showed una wimple of '.'.'I MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. string beans Inches in length. THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. 2 v i l '. -'-- CENTR0L UNIVERSITY, COLLECES-THIRTEEN ol ' ",CJ"D' CAL, far-rin- STUDY-CLASSI- lik' tc mod-frn- a- ' S Stanford Female College J. m i .... f I President. i Crab-Orehar- d i . w. - vihit-iiii- ? m . lh-su- tfi...-i- 1 j .. j Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, - JI i d i. 1 cow-be- ll 1 M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. 1 . prot-perou- s Wed-nesdif- y Bo Ko WEAKEN. Undertakers' Goods toll-gat- e Furniture and . The Largest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stpck of Wall Paper, Border, Celling Decorations and Window Shades l.'-W- rrTUESTHTTCTIBLE BTTHI X CASKET, i , j c-- - iik-tk- ! . . p- . . : Public Sale of a Farm 00 iK 1-lLO F E N N Y, i ID-RTJa-OI- ST ... w m to i --u- o.ioo S- . FARM FOB SiiX.E. 1 water-haul- jn HOLT-CLA- W. I 111 dr-oiv- cd To Stools Traders. FOB, SALE.: lEins imn mm t -' 1 ) s - - . .. Jl C'0Ulbuipimr.-pnngs,va.,wi.ere,aii- era !.,.... '"-- i ,., ". In-wi- jjj ni) . m - ..-- w ... w Hiis-tonvill- u 1 crad-dres- s - ... " L0 & No e ... wag-lort- , 01 -- ? jS-t- j Admr-.l'lff.- , m : 1 20, SOUTH & WEST . broad-daylig- blue-gras- republican-prohibitio- n to-w-it: FAIR! f upon-tli- c I W""-??- " ' Two Races Each Day. 11 ARKANSAS TEXAS. J 1 a ' UjVjsU--&Vs-lvUW.A- --. K .,-j.- jr ,.' , 4 vV. v'A v et.ti sakgilt . ( Jji' ,4isi.- wmmmsmmmmmsammammmmm rre K" Semi-Week- ly it not a piid Interior Journal r Published Every Tuesday and Friday S3 PER YKAK.IX ADVANCE MrWhen 32, DO will be charge.!." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at 4:50 p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ...11 31pm Mail train going North t 31pm South..., " " " Express train " South ...II 37P" " Norths... 1371111 Loral Freight North .....630 am South. 3i3pm The latter trains also carry passengers The above I calculated on standard time. Solar time it about to minutei faster B0YAl POWDER Absolutely Pure purity, Tbi powder never varies. A marvel strength and wholesomencss. More economical than the ordinary kind and can not be sold in competitlou with the multitude of low tell, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. ROYAL IIAKINU POWDKR CO., 18 106 Wall street. New York. DENTIST. Stanford, Ky. Office on Lancaster street, opposite court-house r . II. B. WILSON, With THOMPSON & BOYD, Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in every style and finish known to the trade. Race and Trotting Equipments a speqalty. No. 33 East Mam Street, LE IN'GTON, Ky. Settle With James Frye. j themselses to be indebted to M. I.. Richards, either for soods or seasons of colts, will iiase trouble by settling same wtth James Frye as I have put them in his hands for settleAH persons know in ment. 44 M.L. RICHARDS. S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,' MT. VEBNOX, Iv V. Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Special attention given to diseases of children POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without permission, as all such will be prosecuted to the full-- 1 est extent of the law Signed GEO D. HOPPER, T.J. HILL, IJAUGH.MAN, J.M. McKOllKRTSJR. M. S. IIRUCE OUT, McALISTKK. l.E 1J AftrMIX, v - ,, C o II unuiii.io... O. II. oil.-- rw j, ii. MRS. HENRY BAUGHMAN. A M. FELAND JOHN W HOLMES. E.T. PENCE, i C. l'AKUISH, A.J. HA YD EN, D.V. HOLMES , Asxiknt Hiuioky. Judas died In the When Patterson, the murderer, was hnngvtl here little more than a year ao, horrors of a loathsome suicide; Cainphus in the crowd were two men sliRlitly. in- - j was leposel the year sHjIIowuik; Herod 01 toxicated. They were companions ami died in ini.tmy una exiie. seemed to llnd a great deal of low gratifi- his procuratorship shortly afterwards on cation in the scene, and during Patter- the very charges ho had tried by a son's 50 minutes of slow torture their wicked concession to avoid, Pilate weagibes and jokes continued without inter- ried out by misfortunes, diet! in suicide ruption. After the negro's body was and banishment, leaving behind him an cut down these men wero among the execrated name. The house of Annas llrst to secure a small piece of the rope. was destroyed a generation later by an Going across the street they ordered two infuriated mob, and his son was dragged glasses of whisky. Ik'fore swallowing through the streets and neourged and the whisky they dropped a small bit of beaten to his place of murder. Some of the rope in their glasses and then tipped those who shared in and witnessed the to their future happiness and prosperity, scenes of that day and thousands of their while the other bummers in theirroggery children, also shared in and witnessed stood aghast at their heartless levity. On the long horrors of that seine of Jernsa- theBcallold, where they had just witnexs- - lein, which stands unparalleled in histo ed a brute's dyint; agonies, was a reserve ry for its unutterable tearfulness. Far-rar- . rope always provided for an aceident. The noose had been nuule anil it was The Bureau of Statistics at Washingwiupped up in n piece of paper. One of ton lias issued n volume in which the the men referred to, Chas. Diler, was comparative drinking powers of different banned Wednesday morning with that people are discussed. It appears we identical rope, and his sullerinjis weie hold our own and upwards. Of distilled more horrible, if possible, than those of spirits the United States consumes LIS the negro, whose writhings made him so gallons per capita, the United Kingdom merry. The other man, Sam Scenlen, is Kngland Scotland, Ireland and Wales awaiting trial for the brutal murder of .IKS gallons per capita, Germany 1.01), his wife, and has, besides, suffered for ami Canada .84 gallons. Of malt liquors more than a year from a painful wound the United States consumes 11.1X1 per in the head, made in an attempt to suicapita, the United Kingdom .'12.SS and cide. If he does not die at the rope's Germany 2 l.W. end it will be because this wound will finish him, as now seems probable. A farm laborer In China Is hired by year at from $S to 314, with food, chief disabilities for which pen- the The head-shari- ng clothing, and tobacco. sions are granted? That is a question From 8 to 10 cents per day and tho noon everybody asks. There appear to be a day meal for ordinauy day's work; but geueral curiosity concerning the injuries 10 to 20 cents per diem, with live meals, men receive in battle and army life. or :0 cents per day without food, for Well, in round numbers 120,000 pension planting and harvesting rice. Food avera suffered gunshot wounds. Eleven or erages little more than a dollar a month twelve thousand of these were hit in the for each member of of a farmer's fam-ilface, 2,IW0 in the neck, 9,000 in the chest, U.oOO in the back, 11,000 in the shoulder, s mt s 14,000 in the hand, 21,000 in the thigh, Tramp Madame, I haven't had any1!),000 in the leg and 7,000 in the foot. thing but a soup bone to gnaw in three Of the amputations 3,000 were of the arm weeks. Can I die somewhere on your 1,400 a part of the hand, and only 4 of place? tho hand itself. While 2.S00 legs were Lady of the Hoiue (relentingly) Yes, taken off ami 1,400 parts of feet, only 4 you may go down b.ick of the wood lot amputations of the foot alone are on the and die in the onion patch; but, mind records. More than 40,000 cases of disa- you, don't you struggle all over those bility are charged to rheumatism anil young shoots. Texas Sidings. more than 55.000 to chronic diarrhea. Tl"-- following interesting personal re There are about 800 cases of total blind- ' "PW'd in an Omaha newspaper uess, the same number of loss of sight of one eye, 150 cases of one eve lost, 10,000 "iIn aml J,r8- - f1hm1' of California, diseas'es of the eyes, 1,500 "total deafness passed through Omaha in a special car Moil"7- - Mr. Flood was in a casket and and. 9,000 of partial deafness. taking his remains home soldiers of the late war are now "' wi,,0H' The scattered nil over the world. Kvery for burial. Flood died some months ago quarter pension money ordeis or checks u lermany." are sent to Mexico, Alaska, Central and To U)ake a KQod (mi(, meU iroe South America, China, India ami even poilma o(k,IU n ftqHllrt o( WIlter an(, to Oreenlaud and Iceland. All told, then drop in gradually a small quantity there are nearly 2.500 pensioners who re- of nitric and. When this ingredient is side in foreign countries, many of them added, the mixture is to be taken from widows of soldiers who have returned to the fire and allowed to cool. their native lands to pass their declining The hottest weather erer known in years with the old folks at home. . the United States was felt at 1'liuMitx, Atone factory in tho United Statts Ariz., in June, l!y:i, when the thermour there are manufactured between two oter marked 111)8. nnd three tons of postal cards a day all the year round. The largest order even There are :U0,0n) miles of railroad in filled for one city was 4,000,000 cards, or operation in the world, of which 1S1.000 about 12 tons of paper, for New York. are in America, There are 450,000,000 postal cards manuSeal Skin Sacques $1 Each! factured annually, and their use This is a great offer Just imagine the army if daily. ladies that will besiege the the y. I XV. F. McCLARY For Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to the Pemocratic I'rimary Elec lion 10 be held In October. W. L. DAWSON Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, tub jret to tho action of the Democracy a I wish to sell my farm 01 63 acres sltuitcdoti the Lancaster pike two miles from Stanford. The land Is all in grass; a comfortable dwelling ol 4 rooms is situated upon It Will sell ut a b.irgiln. O. A. HKN EDICT, Stanford. ti Sl I P. 2. 03 P s P H It For Hsnt or S,lo. IlmidHoine New Cottage, Containing six good rooms, situated on Main St., opposite Stanford Kem.ils College Apply to MKb nVGH HEID. 43 OTIS P. NEWLAND It n Candidate fur Jailer of Lincoln County, ject to the ac lion of the Democracy. sub- SAM M. OWENS Is a Candidate f r re. election n J alter of Lincoln county, auolcci to the action of the Democratic o0 c T P a o S, O 2 1 Hails, Shingles ani Shoes For Sale, party. G. S. CARPENTER Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. J. N. MENEFEE Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of the l.liKuln County Democracy. Ten Thousand I'lit Kails acd 10,000 Poplar Shingles, hasn on hand Men's, Women s Misses' and Children's Shoes, made by Alter, Forwood it Co. and Mundelle, which I will sell nt the very lowest prices I have bought them nnd they mutt be sold. My stock is complete and those who want bargains can get them by railing. I mean basi-eW C IsVU.KV. Turnerssllle. 1 ss JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK E. D. KENNEDY Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Countv, subject to (he actum of the Democracy. B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR AP l ra O CJ -- . p. j o fS V) 5 IT? S 31. F. Ilrliiklcy Thoroughly Kenavated and Kefurniihed. First class Fare and Reasonable Trues, Day and nUhl Trains are met by Polite Porters 01 this Poputai f. House. 97-t- S it o " 1 Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic part). Klec.ion August, i8g4. Established On Duellings, H'Urliold 1825. Si g - Attention, Coal IlurncrN. keep on hand a No t quilitv of Jellico, Lily and Nut Co.tl in my yard heave your orders at Yard or S. S Myers' steru and they will be attend, ed to promptly. J. U IliCOlNS, Stafford ky 6j I FOR mSTTRAlTOE clundise, Ac , app furniture, y t the old ,es, Mer C Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co, Lightning clauses attiched ani damages paid whether tire ensues or not. Ci KO H ItKl'CK, Agent. 17 o p O p. P P Jo e ' WOOD jl) WALLAgE", WM. ADAMS & SON, HKOADUA. Men'slourth Avenue, Outfitter ! Louisville, - - LEXINGTON, - - KY. Kentucky. HOTEL. NEWCOMB welt-kno- MT. VERNON, KY. Koielns still maintain This old and ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public 6 K ' ANTEE' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s M.P NKWCOMH, Vtty., Sj-t- i Mt Vernon, Ky. 0. H. M'ROBERTS, STANFORD, KY. M. D., C'tBr ssvQiaL " Drtice on Lancaster Street, opposite Court-IIouHaving removed to this place from Liberty, to practice his profession, calls the attrition ol the pub lie to the fact that lie tll le ready at all hour calls In town or country. dty or night to Thirty years ofhlt Isle were spentin Stanford and he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as A share ol the pstron- -' a physician and surgeon age ol the people ofatanford and vicinity isasked 65 tl by him. inirr G. A. BENEDICT & CO., j Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STANFORD. KV Wells drilled to or Jrr ani Pumps lurnishrd J factory prices, Thousands of dollars worth pi .hirkens die every year from Choi ra. It is more fatal to chickens than it ill other diseases combined. Hut the hsrovcry ol a remedy tnut fcsitivti) ttr; it has been made, and to be con winced of its efiicacy only reiinre a T.il ; bottle is enough foi s ' I ' r.T'SHs ssS9Sss1KlrkMa" l i- ' THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor er was married yesterday to Miss Mary Sell- ett, one of the most charming ladies we hare erer met. Thoe ow ing us on subscriptions or job work will greatly fucili- tate uie purcme 01 r.vj. carpets, corn- wood, Ac, by fettling at once Dexter (Texas I beiltinel. M.niuOEor the Eiiitok. Ye editor j reputation, No Hotel In Kentucky has a and its proprietor is detcrmint,,! lli.t shall be maintained. He has recentlj'added to Its appointments .. . j Pool and Billiard Parlors Also A To First-Clas- s Livery Stable The fflllinine shoulder, which lias for time been treated br ", in a manner to make it look as square es possible, 19 about to slope Oil". The pouf Will go, according to the Paris fashion, and then the curve will again be natural and revealed. diess-mak.es last ilorx until sacUe is gone if the bargain is ever offered llwt how much more wonderful an opportunity is that presented to e pry suffering woman by the pru, pnetors of I)r I'ierc's Fa6ritc 1'rescriptlHsi. his remedy is a guaranteed cure fur all Ihtxe distressing ailment peculiar to the weaker sex. It is guaranteed that tf it does not effect a cure moil ,inc rr(unded U is carefully compounded UJ. by an experienced ami slllllul physician and adapted to woman's delicate organisation. It is purely cseulle In its composition ami perfectly harmless m its effects in any condition t,fthes)s-somi$ under lifaction in eeay cms or money paid for it re flinied Tor Constipation or SLk Hcadatlie, use Dr 1'ierco's I'ellets, purely tgetalje. One adase. 1 J. T. STJTTOIT & CO., I It is guar of bottle, the buyer is not thoioughlv .irsfied with it as a cure for Chicken 'h i!era, return it to the utidci signed md oiir money will be refunded For i lr McKorn A. "Usg.Suir.lard one hundred chickens. in teed 1 If,ifter using two-third- s HUSTON VILLE, KY Are still in the luisin'ss a- - 1 tea y I d anv r ne a iuif thins; In the I ndortsuni; rr stork of Cases and Caskeisof i.'l kinds and Kobes is f every ile. criptijn Ourt li- irse... mi, , . nearly . . .... n ji ii new can oe oinsiueu i snun .iwu ani il! sho OrecH has Harifrofeur osir coods to any one needint; uiyth.aK in our line. 4 Kentucky Central R.R. "jiiat'i. cj hash wot ric. THE SHORTEST AND I i QUICKEST RCUTE r tf CENTRAL KENTUCKY I. M. HRICE, LIVERY. SALS AND TEED STABLE, SQyTH-WLES- T. ''d P'"KMin.off- j FAST Ltt.'K 11KTWEEN STAN Ft ) II D, KV LEXINGTON & No CINCINNATI. .MA. 11, WALLACE ----- 12. VARNON, e SI'KCIAL ATTENTION t COMMLUt Horses and mules bouulu an ' sold. travelers hnrsesnnd ve'u Ies used in l.icr) Onlj Also agent for the lirst-ciass ll. - M.IILDIUIN lUrKCl South llminU i. Sun m N, Daily l. 10 itSo No 6 Sun 45 the demands of his increased transient patronage. Ilest Turnouts furnished Commercial Traveler and other. accommodate THE G ALT HOUSE, Attorney at Law, The Prince of Wales is head over heels in debt, despite the fact tbnt he Koiitucky. Stanford, from the Knglish people about Will practice in all the courts of tint and adjoin-li$2So,000 per year. London bankers, it counties mi'1 In the courts of appeal OiTice over Mc Ko'.cru ri htagj's druif store is said, quietly light shy of his paper' even w'hen proil'ered by him. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The lest sals e in the world fur cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores, tutter,chap. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup.a tlons and positively euros piles, or no pay required. It it guaranteed to kivc perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, l'rice 25 cents per box For sale by A. K. 1'eiiny, Stanford, Ky WALTER A.WOOD HARVESTING CO- tDCJ Old LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Mivery, ced m and ,m THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES jt. f Se rui ' a Stablcl Kj. Route N N. .V ! 3 Amendments to Arliclssjfl Tim-Cumberland M Co K D Only one Night out to NevYork. Solid Vestibuh-d Lve Falmouth. 4 Hi a 1; p m ( 0 p in 11 10 a us 10 Arr I'aris 40 p j p pi 5 10 p m Arr I,tin'lon It CO l (vj j, m in II M U l.ve Fans J 4S p in 0 mi p in Arr Winchester. 11 sj imi. 7 y p ro Arr Itichnvmid jo p mi' p m Arr Lancaster. .. 4 Arr Stanford. ... JLifLKJ" ve iclimond 45 l m ..TZ3Z Arr llerea j m p in Arr l.tjiniiioii..., 5 PJW - ....l.r.""'.T.'.'.'Z. . l.ve Cincinnati Lve lovincl'i' lao am loopm 01 (t in J' p ni pm, "', - . Noun-Houn- d. N. 10 11 3. No. 1. S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- ING TO ROOMS. TURKISH & RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOTEL. R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCESSOR TO M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, Gil 4TH AVENUE, P -- LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Tho Nobbiest & Most Stylish lv it Ever lroin,'htto the city ol I.ou.sviile, now opei. including the world-renown- HATS, Stoct of KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HAJS Andnlsomr own importation of Knjjliih Hati .and Caps An elegant line c. Cane and Lyon's Tint Celcbriucd Umbrellas always iw hand SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Gloves and otlur Furs, a specialty Ordeta out aide of city solfcuc-- i, perfc t satlsfiutior guaran teed, Don't tail to order a NOUItV II VI', 11 i) & CO., PRO'RS. op V. I). Suit, diugist, Uippus, Ind , testifies '1 LONDON, K.V . Valley Co. can recommend Electric Hitlers as the very best Oood turnruts and saddle horses always for hire remedy Every nettle soid has given relict In ev- on reasonable terms London Is the mestconven. The unilenijiicil iharcholders of the Cumberery cue .One man took i bottles and was cured lent point on the railroad f) reich places in tht land Valley Land Cnmnanv amend the said Cum 10 of ItheuiiMtitm of 10 ) cars' standing. ' Abraham in the mountain w lion of the niny's Articles of Incorporation, heretofore tiled for reord August 1, 18S7, in the otlice of the clerk - Hare, druggist, llvllesillc, Ohio, affirms: "The best 01 the Lincoln County Court, liaviii thcrctolore selling medicine I base ever handled In mj o been duly acknovt leiuied, as follows I The fust and third sections of stud articles ears' experience is Electric Hitters." Thousands are so amended at to include within the scope of of utlwsluive added their testimony, so that the the t'ompany'soperations, in addition to the conn ucrdictis unanimous that Electric Hitler do cur.) txcKnjxmmmiammjmmr ties of Harlan and Hell, the counties of Knox, vi una HtVS AtBHttCHICA;oRr7.()- all difeatesof the I.ner, Kidne) or Wood. Only e) tOUISVIltt Whitley, Laurel, Clay, l'erry, Letcher, I'nwell, Wolfe, llrcathltt, Lee, Leslie, Knott, Maiullin, half dollar abottlo.it A. U I'enny's drus tore Hath, Kowan, Johnson, Martin, Morgan, l.lllntt, Laurence, lloyd, Carter, I'lemmint;, Lew. Is onsumption Incurabl 0 ? Is, (Jreen, Owsley, Jackson, lloyd, Wavnc, Cumberland, I'ike, Pulaski, Kockcastle, and LinHead the following: Mr C. II MorrU, New. Leaving lioth coln, In which said additional counties) It shall be iuk,A(k, saw "W'a. doun with Ahscu of lawful for the said Company to tmusiict its busithe Lunirs, and friends and plisslci-inpronounc- - LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI ness of purchasing and selling lands, the mining and sale of coal, iron and all other ores and mined me me mi Incurable consuiupiue,. llcK'an tak- erals and the manufacture and sale of Iuii.lnr. Dail' Secures to Travelers- ,in Dr Klnir's New Discos erv for Consumntion. II Suction 4 Is so amended n tnut the capital am now on my third bottle and able to oversee the stock of said Company, instead of one hundred aud fifty thousand dollars, shall be one million dolU the finest inodicine user work on in) farm It lars, in shares of one hundred dollars each, which Mlddlcsv.ut, Decatur, Ohio, made'' attempted between the great commercial said shares shnll he Issued to the stockholders by "ll.ul It not been for Dr. King's New Discovery cities on the Ohio Uiser and Chicago, and hence certificates when Jjo has been paid on each share time and subscribed for, and the l'rrsldent nnd Seclit comfortable for Consumption I would base died of Lung the fastest points In themhouth, or to the trains be thereofof tween ill said company are hereby uiithorlicd and West and retary Troubles. Wat i;ivon up by tlortnrs Am now Northwest, The counterpart of this train on all directed to issue the stock accordingly. mnk lines is denominated The Limited Exnrcss. In the lust of heulth.V Witness our hands this 17th day of July, i&Su, Sample bottle free a VlNCKNT IIOHklM,, The superb rollin; stock tie employ gives patrons A It renin's druj; store umimucu comiori. J. S. HoCkER, MtTAt all Coupon Ticket Olfices In the Soutli it. Iicivii, hyj. A. CitArr, I. A Ckapt, Why'ls It you will find our time tablet and tickets. Say Monon and stick (o .Monon, if you want J W. Mwnn.v. ,,oW. ....K.r .oi.K always compialnmjr ,0 sectmoIle. anU W. I' Walton, a pleasant journey, aboutthat continual tired leeliiis? One bottle of Ii O. McCOKMICK. J. H. IlisniiAni, General Passenter Azent, Chicago W. O. Wklcii. Dengs' Mood I'linller and Hlnod Maker will W K Hamskv, t,relvre,.,oe,hls.eells.BiveaetaSWdJppel , M. Ky J.jiin W.lox. Jr., aud rctulaU dijcstion. A. It I'etiny, Tobhewck, uv me it , Cincinnati Ohir, lAMKIlU IPX, E. A JJ The Verdict Unanimous. mimSM W. H. JACKSON - Washington, Philadelphia, uj?pj:i, Land ion light and ins Sea Slior." the nest altcrnoon Time Card in Effect July LASTW'ARD y. 1, l.ve I.iingsioii I. u llerea Arr Kiclunofld Baltimoro, Now York, l.ve Stanford .. I.vc Lancaster Ireinia Sprluics hy day. Arr Richmond. Passing all the Famous ut Old I'cjint Cumfiirt and the urns iffy. Trains to So ".' s i u) ij 4 41 a a in a m V..',". 4 IH j ua a in, a in 7 4' .... .7.77. '.....""'. ' Arr fastMaif FustVes fVs I)ail Impress. Ksprcs Daily Hall) Sun am pin pn. pm pin pin I pm pm in 12 fi ft Mem-fco- , A NEAV FAST MAIL! s - l.ve Stiinford Lexington Ill 4s la 35 Winchester .. " K. U.Junclioa 0.1 " Ml. Sterling ij a n" l'reslun 3 10 " Morehead ' Olive Hill 4,01 ' Ashland 6 05 6 to " Cattettsburg Huntington . ... 6 50 Arr White Sulphur... ' Charlottssillc,. .. " Washington. ... " llaltlinure " I'hiladelphla 1 1 m jl n n 30 pm ... mn 1 3 17 m 7 jA pm1 8 10 am i" ij uin ' Jee j):! i:r THE MOST RAPID ROUTE ,,, Mo-noi- i fflKl. he .1111HI ji 7oiiii: uxrept almoiilli 6 00 .1111 I No, 7 .r.i... l""l Q " "" nati 7 ee am: esc-n- t Siinil.n3 13 b jj piti'it jo am No u lease Ciniiiinati jo a m : arilves N'cm Vork 9 10 jitnl j m pin 10311a ni; S.inday only. a an pm " Klclimoiid, Va,, oj am N.. ii leaves Ftilmoiiili a 11 ,. .... ,...i... r3 "5 11 3u Olili'oiiitCoinloit mi ciimatio 13pm; Sund.iv onlO. l" o jj pn 13 00 u Norfolk ... and Cincinnati. J.'i'ii' , 'Wlvl elves n I.exlng. So runs daily helween Cincinnati and l.csiuum i?.?'La.."!:'1.6i.j;?,S, c:,.ni'."!t,".,. l Winchester Returning, fu- Vrstihuled from New York and :, ' .".." m all lastcrn Miiulk arrives ut Willi hestur 404 " t.1:. ""....: .iiiettmiKu Lexington lllif.tH IIJ and Liixlniton 4 I? p in daily. Fnt mad Irum IMTOKTANI 1.- .rains .if ih. Ii.,- - ....... lliinlinieton and all points eut urriscs WhicIih. l.nl tar 11 jj amaiid Lesiugli'ii it 45 noon l!. .tsjtlnii Miic'iintiti. m.kii counetions all express from llulnlngioti, cept Sunday I'.ukersl urg and Wheeling arnvvt Lexington "l"."."1 a,'"i''if cberled to any dally lots p inHill accommodation nirlsM Wineliestur lUstlnution reaehf ! Ii" railpntd. Olive rir full p.uu, ni, 1, ,its.ti ti j 4(iit ol ihe Co, and Lexington 1 10 a 111, Iujs es Lcxiiigtun Is. II, IJACt.N. 710 a s. pt ij ,(OkSF 5 40 p 111, W'mclie.tir 6 40, Fwtsjllw Agt.. Oen'l PassVrAgl., F'or tickets and liiferiiulinn wrinior npplr to Lesington, Ky. C. W. IIAUNKV.ncliOt CotitBton, Ky. uent H.li Ml'NTINtsrON.OeiieralManr, S A. IIKOMIIKIUi. Trav laxs Agt J L MIMt I'll V.licis'l I'tss Artt W. OFIICKS (r''NI" J D VAKKlNfilON.id V I' , Lexiiifion, Ky I Chamber ofConnu.-- t e lluildnig, Cincinnati, O. j -t 11 am pin pin pin it jo am 1 13 pm 6 it am in aj pm 11 00 am 4 dj am 1 30 p1 11 8 m am 0 jo 41 pm 10 I 05 40 pm 1 19 in 10 53 pm 1 4$ ji am am .1111 8s, 7 leave. Mayssllleat arrive, at ''.iris No 4J a m "l 3 45 m I.sel'aris p ml i 5 a "i t 15 I' m 4 as p I.sc Falinoiith 5 ju p in' 9 i) a m, 5 07 p m Arr Cosingtnn 3! p ill lu jj a ml 7 ao p m Arr Cmcliiniiii 4$ P mlio 45 a ml 7 HP m OntheMavssillellranch, No . leaves 1'aris at am ai.d.No M, at J p Majssilleanojj. .1 m, and4J.810. m, ar,in,u a, pm. No. 10 Arr raris . .. . l.ve I.rxlugipn I,e kichinond. inchest er W a 40 11 111 1 . , ,r - 10 11 ih! 4 ... 4 10 P 111I7 8 J 45 I' m 7 no ' "'U;..:;:i. v.. .'..!..'".'." "" tlo 1 ... n 111 !.'..'."."'. 4,am NU ci.ci No 4 J,u m, arrlviiig at I'ant at , lve, .Ma.,ViIc ,.' These trains a.id oj. p ,e 11 1 l'.sse i luasestilli l.etinetnn 1005 tin; arrives 1'arls lliiiat! t it iim:3rriu l'lm.l. v: c- 1 .'y lr 111 ' !,. i , u A 5,