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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889081301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. CRAB ORCHARD. HUSTONVILLE. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1889. DANVILLE, BOYLE NO. 53 COUNTY. Ahsocla-homo LANCASTER, GARRARDCOUNTY. Mrs. Judge Mat Walton, of Lexington, is visiting friends here. Charley Walker, of Atlanta, is visiting his brother, Judge W. 11. Walker. Alex Sutton, an old citi.en living in tho Tyro neighborhood, died on last Fri day. Mis. Hobert T. West mid child, of! Washington City, are visiting nt John K. West's. the 1inuns-ti- r Kiieata in honor of Oeorge A. Yates, of Covington, is Tho oec.inlon wiih h most paper. s pleannt one. At dinner nml mipper the pulpit at the Methodist church, after an here to conduct the teachers' institute table woHunoxt'i'lleil and the ball huh absence of several weeks in the Ksist. Mo , for Garrard county. One of our prominent citizens has JuHt Mich mi otvaslon n D. (f. knows is irreatlv ininioved in health and had a best how to make it, pleasant to nil and much - needed rest. During his nbsence perfected arrangements to ascend with Will Mocker, who has been in Call-- 1 his pulpit was tilled by Hev. Crow, of the balloon man at the Richmond fair on everybody enjoyed it. ll Melvln & Jainex, who had a fomia for the last two years, returned to Louisville, who made himself very popu- - Thursday. It is not John Dunn, either, B. II. Batson has had his store room near Ottenheim and shippe-- a hire his homo in Mustouville a few days ago. hit with thu Methodist people during his ' closed for the past week refitting and fur- amount of lumber fiom thin plm-e- , have Me is looking well. While he thinks' atnv here. moved their mill to a point near Kinpi California Is the country of countries ho Dr. Cowan, one of the most eminent nishing in cherry. Mr. Batson has tak Mountain mid will ship on the C. S. will probably not return soon, preferring physicians in Central Kentucky, has en n lease from Capt. E. W. Lillard on ..., rrw. til fr. Hill-- VUI3 now. Mr. Dave Mocker, former puwyer to remain with his relatives and friends, been con lined bv Illness for severnl days tli.i iwisi.i iui ll..-..,- i ...... ... .111UI17. Wit nil reirr f vi.ft tttt,i,l, ,K.i l)..iA! for Melviu A .Tainen, luu leaned or bought Miss Jennie King, a bright and attrac-- ' ut his home on Uh street. Me is report- the Unwell mill ami shipping iTimber tive young lady of Danville, is spending cd to bo improving and hope? soon to be Hampton has discontinued his daily visV. It. Dilliou, who for a few days with her aunt. Mrs. Jennie able to resume his practice. now from here. Rev. E. M. its to Lancaster Pete is u jolly, good, a tluiudid u law lumber hiinlnett here Carpenter. Green, of tho 1st Presbyterian church, accommodating fellow and we would la just completing a new lumber n witch Mises Lou Mocker and Lizzie Drye was so much indisposed Sunday as to be like for him to renew his visits. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, Ga., is at in Liurel county, three mllcn fn).n are in ilarrodsburg visiting friends. Miss unable to (111 his pulpit. and expect to lo a Urge buni-nes- i. Fannie O'.Mara, on her way from LouisMiss Lottie Burbauk and brother, the home of his father, Capt. T. A. Elville to her homo in Williamsburg, is Sam, of Atlanta, da., accompanied bv kin. Our sick, Mrs. Dr. L'ikin, Ixiuis lie la a hustler. Mr. S. V. Rowland, of Danville, stopping over a few dujs with the fami- Miss Annabelle Irvine left last Thurs- Lnndram and Uncle Randall Bettis are spent Monday nt the Spring. Mr. M. B. ly of Isaac Meele. Miss Ball, of Junction day for a visit to relatives in Springfield, all lining well. Mr. J. Mansberry West Fnrris was in Danville Thursday attend-In- n City, is with Miss Lena Williams. A, Oliio. Mr. E. B. Thiele, of Rowland & is on the sick list this week. We are sorry our neighboring village the fair. Mr. John Kdmlxton in n tollgate on the south end of the Carpen- Thlele, left Fridav lor the Eastern mar- little better, but is very low. With ter Station Morelaml Turnpike w ould ket to purchase a full lino of goods. Mr. 'of Hubble ninde such a bad start in r, proper care the chance are fair for his pay well, at least while Misses Drye and DeRoodo, of Icxington, visited his litical life. As many good people as recovery. Miwi Locky Pillion has been Johnston are visiting that neighborhood Mrs. W. G. Welsh, during the fair round her ought to have started her in the right column. We Iiojmj she will very sick, but we ure glad to say she is 0. C. Carpenter will leave Monday for a and remained over Sunday. Miss Tincie Boone, of Somerset, is clean her record next election, much better. Mrn. J. K. Florence, of week's stay at Dripping Springs. Me The U nest crop of tobacco we ever Stanford, in vitelline Mr. John McClure, will accompany one of the handsomest visiting relatives in the county. Among of thin place. Guy Flail stuck a lull very young ladies of Lincoln. A large party the distinguished visitors at tho fair last saw Is now being cut from the 12 acres deep in bin foot and in quite lame. Dr. from the Giveus neighborhood will meet week were Congressman James B. Mc--i of land rented of Charley Wood by An J. M. Black luw located nt Speedwell, him nt the Springs. A partv will leave Creary nnd Hon. R. C. Warren, repre- drew and George Pope, in Boyle county. Madioou Co., and we wish aiim'sw to for Cumberland Falls the first of next sentative elect from Lincoln the same This piece of land, was leased by the i Is the gentleman who knocked out a Pope Brotheis for three years at i'.V) per him with the bride he captured from our week. midst, uceMisA FUh. prohibition preacher candidate for the acre for each year. When Women Should Marry. Our people lire fast becoming in fa- Col. John legislature unite recently. Probably the best time for the average She' a Journalistic Daisy. Craddock, of the Paris Ken-- 1 vor of free turnpikes, and when the mat- Miss Mutta Coleman, editor of the civilized woman to marry would be any tuckian, took in the fair last week. Col. tor is investigated very few will doubt j Brandenburg News, Is a business woman age between L'4 and VA. It is not raid II. M. McCarty of the NlcholnsvilIC but what it Is better and cheaper for the without mistake. If some viiergitlc"ru that any woman should marry earlier or Journal, was among us last week. people generally. Even the stockhold-- J rnl rooster," like Ned Glenn, of the later than either of these ngee; but youth On Friday eening I'ncle Joseph ers would be benefited by free turnpikes (K)pklns County Mustier, for instance,' and health and vigor are' ordinarily at Goins, of color, was arrested by deputy if they had to give away their stock. could only pursuade her into matrimony , their highest perfection between these W .X Logan mid 'tnken to .Somerset to It is generally regretted by our what a team they would make! In this two pound. Early marriages are for the crime of having sold John-- ) pie that Jako Joseph has determined to News she gives an account of dotn desirable for girls and that for ny Ireland and Roily Ireland a drink of sell out and move to Cincinnati. Jake herself. "The News' devil was disposed many reaons The brain is immature, whlskv on tho night of Nov. 10th, lias made many "i arm friends and we to be inclined to idleness this week," the reason is feeble, and the chnracter is t'ncle Joseph was llrot harnessed bv tho hate to give him un. No better citizen The consideration which L,0ijiv court here, but was acquitted, the! have we than Jake. His lioue and lot Mys she, "so wo concluded to dispense' unformed. wiin nis service, nun our regular neiii. wuuiu iiroimn u gin io marry at i iimnf- Mtinuini' tluit at t hi' t line ol the id- - and stock of "- - - are all advertised for L'oods being away, earning a few honest ilollats would in many cases have little weight I"""- H,L. jlt. " ,.,,l(j and his orchestra were at sale. ny tnesweai oi ins prow un mo narvesi wmi ier in i cnnn, House making music for a Thirty-lh- o members of the. Salvafield), we have been homew'hnt hurried , 1M a woman. Where a girl bus intelli-Lj1(ltt- i drink which Holly nnd John-- ' tion Army were arrested at St. Paul Sunparents the seven years between 17 m. in getting up the paper. Our readeis M K,u.rllB f0inebodv. Uncle day for making too much noise. . will please not bo sparing with that icry and 21 are tho j.oiiod .when tho mind ,' Illlilt.t,Hi In .,,.. vinat courtJ Henry Grumbling, a laborer, fell in- , , ,. . n irv ..... mi.- - iiiv.li tiiiii'imwit.- - i till-kUiiiuiuiliiUiMU uil.il ii v. iii uiuir huh ir,, t. ..!.... M. ..,.... .....I ' I lime at Mans-,- i to a box of nowly-slacke- d and best repay tho thought ,r" criticisms of miiic. Baning one-haa jury wits cleared. In Junu ltoi ... ,i ...i; .i Held. O.. and was smothered to death. i i i .,....i. ni il'iiii- ,. .....i i ' "! iv iiivii iituiwiniinii, i, , I'uiiiiiiu, u iiiiiu wi uvorv uii'ii Mnrwliiil Owsley ctimo down T ,0 Ajwwtn, 0i'- - n Asylum, ing matter, for this issue, besides two nd-- 1 Before 17 few girls have learned to un- - j m ." "8 ,. ,.. , "',wl nt 100'000- - "i,s a,most V' , J"' . vert.sements; hnve read and wrrect.nl derstnnd what life is, what discipline ' ! by fire Sunday. All the chib, proof of same, have per,..,. ,N weekly whatdutyi. They cannot value w hat Mll'll nviv 0i,,.il. ite.--t eillier in tlio latliers exihaugcH and three dailies; have sent is wtvlom or Burnside. Joseph was again iicitutted. When out three duns, written six letters, done in the mother's tenderness. Col. W. P. Walton, of the I.vteiiioi: liirlv that fall he was again picked up HJtne job work, contracted for more, giv married at that childish period they ate S. Marshal and taken be-- j JoritNAI.. seems to hnie forgotten Hint ly aiiothe i en receipts for something less than oO! like young recruits taken fresh from the fore I. . Commissioner Gooilloe, charg subsciiptions, nnd tho hvil being ab- farm ami workshop and huriied off to a ed with selling the same driuU to the sent, of course wo have had to do the long camiMUgu without auv peiiod of1 same men. Commissioner Goodloe in Judge Boyd would be glad if it would editorial work. Now we aro going to preliminary drill and training, or like a vestigated the case thoroughly and again Iu.xir be thought of again, but he has, make up forms, and if "our iirnu" gets sehoollsiy removed from school to a en-i- n Joey tough old Joe) hienthed the air of Pepped in the I stkiuou Jorit.v.vi. thresh-freedom- . from tho harvest field to run the press ravy without being sent to the univei-i-th- e Commissionei Porch, at Som-- i jng machine, and his bones will have to ty or to a theological hall. Who can paper will got out in duo season." erect, ai rived at the same conelu-io- n be stripped. Wo do not begrudge his help grieving over n child wife, eseciul Owonsboro Messenger. B. Go- - future prospects at all. When it comes h siou .Saturday, but Major " ly if she have children and a husband ins is by no means certain that his trials, t0 that a man becomes so important Julia ?ko.iwlloi9 n ?MKK Bit Ili:n.-M- rs. lu.XH.,i0nced nnd ...iblv inn over as a rumor lias leached his eais a newspaper is forbidden to touch him, bieske, wife of a Hungarian employed on 0Vlu.tin!, M,v.m? The ardor of his that the next time lie is nabbed the ease wo will quit the business. Unfortunaten farm near S. Ijiwrence, n miuill , ,.ools. vsi0imrv bliss of will be tlnown into chancery, in which ly there is not enough newspaper paintlag.-- , three miles from Heading, Pa., was ,u.r 1)Wtjcnl II1UKIHItio Van"ihes like event his pursuers have some hope of ing for the good of the country. Frankout on the Alsaae Mill picking blaekbor, ,IHIlllltfr llllMt. lhl.l0 h U0Mlli. kdt nes. when she was bitten on the leg by bu, (k,ppointment and wonder that seeming a conviction, as it is well know n fort Capital. is a hard tiling to get out n copperhead snake. 'I homugl.iy fright- ,mt ,,rolnlM.B to ,e 80 beiultiuii aml that chancery Ben Butterworth is a good ball player ' of. 1 Another romance connected with one she lan for home, but the pain in a dav should have clouded over al- and n Washington correspondent sas that itwful drink purchased by Holly and tier leg, wlucli had necomo Irigutlully most before sunrise. Hospital. Johnny Ireland is that after Joe's ac- that "he can pick the leathern sphere Bwollen, coi'ibinod with the heat of thu Inw great dexterity." Tho following appears in the New poit quittal in the police court, John Camp- out of the air ith sun, was too much for her strength, and stead of burying Ids talents in Congicrs, she fell to the giouud n shoit distance .State Journal, headed "Our Boll County bell, a supernnuated colored soul, was it would have Ben Butterworth his while from hor house. Her cries attracted the Letter." Those who nro acoualnted convicted of the sale, but taking an tip- - to "sign" with a ball club. Chicago Herattention of two gentlemen passing in u with Bell county will know how to take peal to circuit court was them acquitted. ald. can iage, who hastened to assist and io- - it: DRIPPING SPRINGS. "Tho election passed oil' tolerable qui-- 1 liovo her. They found her in fearful It appears that a flag with 4'J stars will -- We have had H arrivals t hoarders) not be legal until the next Fourth of Juagony, but being tumble to sneak English ft. Only two men Killed; but it is she could not mako them understand Feared that Dan Samuols and Milt Min- - since Friday morning and 2o more to ly, the law expressly statingthnt foreach what was the matter with her, and, up- - kle and Sam Owens will all die also 001110 Tuesday and Wednesday of this new State admitted a star shall bo added, on attempting to remove her, she fought fnmi'Shots nt the poles. If all them week. Among the lot will bo John the addition to take oflect tho following thorn fiercely. Thinking she was cray three dies there'll bo three republicans B. s.nett, of Richmond, Jack Chinn, of July Fourth. mum iMuiiumwviiuouiit, u mi ii Kivn they removed her to tho nearest house, ii. i.l lnit .l.ii mt..i .a ..y..... .. 1.1. .1. ..I...... ..1 Haiiudsburg, Steve Walker and John majoiity of onn not killed to the demo- - Parkos, ol Garraid, witli a pack of ,V) where, when they reached the door-wa- y Kentucky Agricultural and Mechanical fox hounds. Judge George Denny nnd she gave birth to tluee female children, orats. Owin' to tlie Tiouble, the poles closed faiiiilyiindJ.il. Bcauclianip and wife, nil of whom aro living. The mother Is ASSOCIATION, o'clock, because tho Judges and of Lexington, aro occupying tho Lodge. HiiH'ei ing great agony, but tho physicians at - Tell "Eddie" we have tho girls now think it possible that she may t trover. Clerks said they Winded to see the Fun. We ourself had a Narry escape fiom a nnd the prettiest lot he ever saw togethTho nlluir has created great excitement in tlie neigiiboi hood where it occuired. Stray Bullet, which passed thioiigh tho er eo wo will expect him Tuesday evenTop of Our Mat. Ef we had bin Half a ing. Philadelphia North Ameiican. inch longer wo would now' bo gain' i 'e have a grand ball every night With tho Browu-Seijuar- d elixir in mound deader than a dure mile. except Sunday. Wo still havo n fow KUQ. 22. 28. 29. 30. 31. will die. general use, no ofllce-liolde- r I). (J. It's a good Thing wo wusn't no longer vacant rooms. Respectfully, Tho few who have died heretofore miss- rhnn wo wus." Slaughter. ed a big tiling by not living until this Competition Open to tho World, Tho great medicine was discovered. Aunt I'olly "Why, Zobadiah Maw-kin- s, The Pride of Woman. Free. A clear prarly and transparent skin is always a be you crazy?" situation is rendered rather more embai-rassin- g and all person troubled with for the president, however. UnL'nclo Zeb "Git back in til' ring an' iigntif pure blood, 'lhc Most Attractivo Programme Ever Offered, or blotched akin can rest resort to assai.siiiu-tio- don't skulk I Ever senco Isaac sent mo dark, greasy, )tllo isout of order A few doses less tho lhat their blood how will Dr. Ben have mi) thing to thorn lllfsof N'Voik papeis 'bout Sull- -' of lieges' lllood Purifier & Wood Maker will ro - '"p P l"l ( t" clearknd KflPPQ AU I uvn and Killen give them9 I've b'en jest Robin' tor Liovo the cause and the skin will bocome not given VVU LlUUUO UQutt LiUYs Try Ii, and if s?tisfat.on is tratiMiarent J lick some one!" it will cost mi nothing. It is fully warranted. A You Cannot Afford U. lViiny, llrugtst Patrol Uniformed Hand and OrNellie ;tmtl te, At lliUncaion of the )oar to l' without a chestra will give n lirand Concert each dav I Firat l'ulhniiu Poller "What yi-- r so luMu diarrhoea btain in the Iiium, in crninpi-coliIt is custamarv for all our people to turn out age KF.K be l.adioi and children under ii years 01 will udmittid'rreethe first day. tni-acilianliix .1 an J nil ItilhtmnutHmofthc norvous 'bout Johnson','" It also customu hiieciai trains on all railroads nt Reduced Kates when a circus comes to town. It unil ImhcIi ute exceedingly tlanncroui If not, S'contl I'orler "I's n iiiuiityr out; tint ry. a.. uu .. .. 1. - " o, uln,l rhlrl.n tlie rnir"Nml"' open aim win oe a lea.ure 01 attended to nt nine. One IkiIiIo uf lli'R' Diar-- 1 ir .,1 i... nurviSiiM 'limit. Duiiij blacked l'urluriher infarmatien and i.italoirue. address in caiei of the Is wbut IV cholera cure 10 rcc'iuiiiniul It to their neighbors. liroea 11hIk.uii will do more the Sertary kind tin any other modicine on vsrlh. Wo guar- - n pur ob my own bootH by uilstako for It is sold on the plan of "no cure, no pay," by O A. DeLONO, President rilOS I. MARTIN, Secretary. antee t A U. I 'tin y l)run'ist iltit niibobV in do fo'th suction." McKobvrts .V Stagg. Billy Braxdale died at his near Moreland Station Thursday' last. Ills remains were interred i;i II us-cemetery Friday afternoon. !eo. O. Barnes will lecture nt the Presbyterian church here Tuesday night Bltli. Mis lectures are highly entertain- itm and edifying nml everybody should hear him. Christian College is being set in or- der for school, which will open Septcni- her'--'. The aie being tit ted up with new furniture and camels and everything will be made to present an attractive appearance. 1 bed-room- Mr. JnmciTlioinjmon ii putting thu finishing wood work on Mr. I). It. Iioiim. it will Ik? a hnndsoino residence when completed. linger number of gueMfl nownt both Crnb Orcliaul and I riilti;Spr!iit;H than Iijh been before thin kimsou. Mr. !) O. Similiter did tlio nice tiling Saturday ontej;tnlntiig n lnrg. number of iiivitul Fnclo The Central Kentucky Fair tion this year was a grand Biieceps in every way, and encourages tho stock-tonvllholders to go on with iinpioveinents. The marriage of Miss Ida Kastlmm, of this place, to Mr. Arthur Kennedy, of Omaha, Nebraska, will take place at tho Methodist church Wednesday evening,! an account of w hich will be given next issue. Uev. 11. M. I'earce is again in hls lo SUMMER GOODS - AT - i ' k;iw-mi- T. R. WALTON'S. White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Ice Cream, $'c ' ; I.iv-iugst- I is M A. SOU S . - - TW ,J W IEiE-TO- P .. w w FBiTTIT JARS w W W stir-siste- I Sealing Wax and Jar Gums. Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. Get-ther- e Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stock embraces Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware Glass- ware, Queensware, Confections, ' peo-answ- sol-wee- li. ' Cigars, Tobacco. .ii,sneisa ' T. H. WAX.T01T, J. P. Burton, Clerk. Main and Somerset Streets. 'j-j- g-- 1 1 lf '...i.'ii.i .,,,., "i-iu- ' , i. lTZ,m ' ,,;,, jS royed ly A c SINK J N. MEN'KFEK. r. SINE & MENEFEE, Dealers In- , K"JK K"K ZZ ROUGH AND DKESSED LUMBER, xjtt -- - i rorrctr Mouldings, We u.tlt carr nnniDO L,atllS, SllillirlcS, Etc., 7r yvpttii vrvrTicr rr- - Brackets and Scroll Work, , Jo-ep- PATENT WIRE FARM ERS, Traders, js Cedar and Locust Posts. Horsemen and A1TD SLAT FE1TCE, A C a full sto.V. of ever) thing found in a rirttcla Lumber Vard. SINE, Riikineis Manager. vil-'j,,- ,,, lg .en ot the counties of Marion lloslc, l.incjjn, Uarrard and W ashing ton will tiiul all the newt relating to matter of 111. A M1!? ttrest to them in the A the leadiiu paper of Central Kcmuck), is.ucd 1 uusday and rnU.i of each w eel, $1 per ear Send jc cent and tr it Address 1! U. ltojle, Uuiiness for three month Manager, Danulle, K 15 FOR SALE OR RENT. Good House and Lot at Mayuood. Suitable for doctor or teacher liood school-hou- se on lot. I) L, SjTEHIENSON, Apply to May wood, Ky. 4 lATDn J.J UyAlJji STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. FOR SAI-E- ! A M Keland has a, good Milk Con s for sale, all thoroughbred Shorthorns, uithcahes 10 days old, h'im had cahei within 34 hour of each other and interesting lamily, " N 93 A i;ood chance to get a good com and a thoroughPOTTS, Superintendent. bred bull calf cheap. Also lue tome nice young bulls ready for service, 37 All person wishing a pleasant life and well leased wife let them use Patent Flour made at S tanford Roller Mills. Call for it at your grocery, and if they hae not got it on hand, urge them to keep It. or get an order from them and get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant A. M FUI.A.SM), Stanford, Kv J". HI. HIILTOlsr ROWLAND, KV.V, Dealer In I.AROI ROAN COW with RED NrCKand while baek. marked with tuo slits in the loft ear Taken up l.y .Mrs Jose Hlimirc about May 1st, I4M, and alued before me bj Robert Fredtrlck? and hoi S Elmore at $15. 'lhisjiil) 4, iSiio HL'UHbUARlikNl, J 1 f. C ai Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Queens ware, Tinware, Furniture and a Conoral Lino of Groceries, Fancy Candies, Canned Good,, &c. All kind of Product, taken in exchange for goods. ."1 LEXINGTON, FAIR! llft KY., CRESS & 3IARET, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Mt. Vernon, Ky. Coal nnd 1 ruber at da and f urms f r talc, Cor reipoiidciue solicited, 44 1 If A 1 UU.II.H.I. wZ Z?1. LC MSftii. ."Ji id nlllce-seukei- rt n, MiMe XJsVisAis V -- X IsfiM Zn C?bOEJ VDR. HE BRA'S WiOLACREAM 5T ' I3Pn c, h 11 ki ni '" vill render the Tan. most stubbornly red skin roft, smooth and white. Viola Oroam la not a paint or powder tocovcrdefecti, but a remedy tocuie. It i superior to all other preparations, and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drug pitta or mailed for 60 cents. Prepared by . J3ITXN"KTt .Sc A few applications TOLKDO. Fcr5alt nt MeUoherts A trjuu I03, plos, Blnck-Hencls, Injtiry,rcmovesFrock- Llvor-Molo- s, Plm- - Sunburn and msm. ii" CXvilklVL i LEXIRGTON.KY. m ua G. 11 onto. CO., taK's, Stanford, Ky ' b ii i mi list r T1 jtfWV ...$ t rix0q"i&i-'r'if-i0wff,'A'J3i&?f- ijn; rtpp v ' :r7mV!?VWF'TT!fw', ' rt, JrvT M"? "1' "' -- - -- trrW? "i?"v" f ' i,w,'1 v W? " Semi-Week- ii It - f An earthquake shock lasting 45 seconds was felt in'tho Adirondack moun 18S0 tains. Stanford, Ky , August 13. Laura Wolford, w i0 V'itshed W04J pounds, died at LaFayetle, Ind., on tho Dth inst. W. F. WALTON. Tho packing liouse of George HamMountain mond A Co., at Hammond, Ind., was Because Editor Cress, of the immen.se Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, :500,(XX. Slpnnl, nt Mt. Vernon, jmblislied the tly-i- burned. Loss Carpets, new Goods be Dr. Win. II. Bradley, manager of the statement of Wade I'ureell, who was to Weekly Express, at Philadelphia, is killed at that place on election day by 'discost. We John Proctor, that brutal desperado charged with embezzlement. James 0. linger, a West Virginia do pose We made n dastardly attempt to assassinate. was fatally shot from him. Mr. Crets was on Ida way to the Deputy Marshal, accosted him with a ambush by unknown persons. depot wlien Proctor Gen. Henry Dupont, the head of cocked revolver, saying "Get down on the big Eastern gunpowder manufacturyour knees, d n you." Not armed and ing firm, is dead at Wilmington, Del. therefore not beins on an eiual footlnR Charles Thrift drowned himself in with euch infirnal scoundrels, Mr. Cress f tho Mississinewa river, near Jonesboro, you. to glue get very sensibly left the scene as quickly as before elsewhere. Ind. His mind was unbalanced by hard ween, possible, and as he did so Proctor took ue hwhitlhrA fntlidn be study. .' 7 1 manager of the Lake Erie and Western 7 .VtViimciii. Tilrii, h 1 ! h nefn,. deliberate aim and fired. Tho ball missi' An Two men were killed ami a number Railroad, was arrested at Indianapolis the-- jnrk, however, and before a seced reduced, 7ie; best seriously injured by an explosion during for drawing a deadly weapon on her husChevoits worth. best Alaond shot could be tired the editor had 7hc, She: Ainnrir.rui SftJuens Mkn reach. Troctor, who the testing of a natural gas main at band ill his office. gotten out of his Pittsburg. best An epidemic of typhoid fever at Chishould have been jailed to await his ex good Cotton An engine dashed into a caboose at cago is attributed to the polution of the amining trial for the murder of Parcel, New be goods low. Pa., killing Win. Haven Junction, city water by the recent heavy rains carwas under guard at the time of the atGarvin and fatally injuring Mark Christ-maassassination and it will thus be rying the sewage out to the source of tempted The engineer was asleen. supply in the lake. seen with what a farce tho laws of that Link Hundley and Will Thomas, Cheo Chong died pluckily on the county are administered when such men question. Proctor is both colored, quarreled over a game of Scaffold at Portland, Ogr., yesterday, for as Proctor are in "oontz" in Louisville Saturday, when tho murder of a countryman. George tho same man who butchered Marshal Hundley stabbed and killed Thomas. Duncan Bryson was hung at Boulder Parker in October last, from the effects Five persons were injured in a Mont., for the murder of his mistress. of which ho died and has figured in sevwe sell. wreck on the Louisville, New Orleans Statistics furnished the Interstate eral other killings, for which he should and Texas road near Coahoma., Miss. A Commerce Commission show that there have felt the halter draw. The good peobadly spiked rail caused the accident. ple of Rockcastle should ris3 up in arms are 14t,5K)1.72 miles of railroad in the Mr. David G. Colson, the candidate and see that such men as Mr. Cress are United States. This is one mile of road for State treasurer, attributes his defeat protected in their efforts to restore the te every 20.14 sqnare miles of country. to democratic management and to the cood name the county once had and if J. D. Williams and Patrick Calhoun, let them take the desertion of the negroes from tho repub- prominent citizens of Atlanta, Ga., the law is inadequate, licans. thing in their own hands for a season Main St., The balloon in which Prof. W. H. fought a duel at Hoke's Ulntl, Ala. Sev31. SALINGER, and sliow that a few desperate characeral shots were exchanged, when Wilrule a county in which there Perry was making an ascension at Mt. ters cannot Hally, N. C, collapsed and the aerouaut liamson apologized and the meeting was are so many honorable citizen?. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. fell 700 feet. It is needless to add that over. Postmaster J. It. Lewis and Col. A. County Judge tho professor is now in the land where The Kirksville Fair made clear of It seems to us that E. Buck were burned in elliiry in the all expenses $750. Collier, of Rockcastle, should himself be balloons are unknown. Miss June Ball sold to I). X. Prewitt In a row that originated over the presence of several thouai.d people at made to suffer a little for appointing of seizure for taxes of a lot of logs, Shoriff Atlanta, Ga., for appointing a negro to a a lot of lambs at 4c. such a man as Proctor, the murderer W. J. Holtzclaw bought of different Purcell, and attempted assassin of Editor 2seal Marshal and Dr. Frank F. Thurber place in tho postotlice where he will be Cress, constable, as well as permitting were shot to death by Charles T. Wright, j necessarily associated with white female parties a lot of hogs at 4 cents. : i i :.... .....t :.. him to go guarded when the murder President of the Otter Creek Lumber, clerks. Is Receiving His Four prominent citizens of Wetzel condition in Bueno Ayns. he should Company, at Frankfort, Mich. , was a foul one and for which Farmers tell us there was never stub Charles Burton had some teeth county, W. Va., have been arrested, have been placed in jail to await his examining trial. Collier is a republican extracted in the dental rooms of Dr. Gal- -, charged with entering George Brown'b a hay crop as there is this year. one to boot and it is breath, at lA'xington. After the opera- house, robbing him, breaking up his G. A. Swinebroad Mild to R. C. Har- Goods Warranted and a Perfect flt Guaranteed. and a Givo him a Trial treating Blown ris and Frank Knglemati 110 ewes at said that ho has taken the steps he has tion she conversed with the doctor.when furniture and brutally rji to show the democrats how his party she was seized with apoplexy and died nnd his wife. Tw o of the men are comity ollicials. Robert Land sold to John Herrin, of can rule with a rod when it is once in before assistance could reach her. I -- Looter Tanner's latest is to have Rockcastle, a pair of aged mare mules A. J. Orton, a crank who has been power. When petitioned not to of for constable, as he had said writing threatening letters to President himself elected Commander-in-ChieProctor Pence A Farris have sold their he not only he would do, he remarked, "I am respon- Harrison and other prominent men, has the G. A. R. It is said that gray gelding to n Staunton, Va., on attending the encampment, in insists sible for what Proctor does," and now and tried to scurrilous matter through the mails. Or- opposition to the wish of tho administra- party for $000. that he has killed one.man J. C. Coulter, of Casey, bought in kill another, it looks like nothing but ton is a clerk in the New York Custom- tion, but that he will have his name put West Knd a bunch of 'i and for the oflice. in nomination i; light to give him n little dote while jus: house. to cts. In Washington Territory an Italian j cattle at Elevator B at Mt. Vernon, Ind., owntice is beipg administered. ...tion, S,ck .U.J.chc, Wheat is being delivered in large ed by W. C. Fuhrer k Co., burned Fri- Ixnight a young woman for a wife fioni a M nurtured and let xle to the traCt by I he Hon. K. C. War- day night. The fire caught in the tower, countryman 'to whom the girl was en- quantities to the Stanford poller Mills Oim representative, W1IAIAMS111IRG ren, is not the first of his family to be supposed from a hot box or spontaneous gaged, but repenting of his bargain, nt 75 cents per bushel. CO., Ky. d W. W. Melton bought ofG. A. honored by the people of old Lincoln to combustion Loss about $40,000. Forty brought suit to get his money back. ilAssembly house and lot on Crab Orchard a represent them in the General thousand bnshels of wheat burned; en- The Judge decided that the trade was benedict lost pike, nearO'H.ur's, at $100 cash. legal, and the would-bof Kentucky. In 1810 his tire loss, fully insured. D. X. Prewitt bought of David Pep- John Warren, Esq., was elected over A meeting of the Johnstown, Pa., both his money anil the girl. According to Mr. Keogh, former sec- pies 11 lambs averaging Sl pounds nt 4 Squire Peyton to represent his district in business men to tnne steps towards dewethers at time was com- termining the liability of the South Fork retary of the Republican Committee, all j cents and a lot of 1 the Senate, which at that FJB-DPCIS. if not entirely of Lincoln, Fishing Club, which owned the lake and the important positions in the House of posed almost Owing to sickness Pence, the rethere being at that time but 52 counties dam that caused the disaster, was held. the 51st Congress except the speaker- markable stallion of Pence ft Farris, did in the State, which now comprises 118. Funds will ho raised to push the test ship, have been disposed of. Keogh not start in the race at DanBoylo county had not then been admit- suit of John Thomas & Son against the himself is to be clerk; Chauncey I. ville. Doorkeeper, and Mr. Thobe, who, Gover, of Marion, bought in this and ted, it having been formed of parts of club. Lincoln and Mercer in 1842, one year afin the long ago, rattled around as a can- Boyle counties a couple of fancy harnesThe whole country seems to bo godidate for Congress against Mr. Carlisle, mares atSJOO and S'JIO; It brood mures at ter the birth of our Dick. Mr. Warren ing wild over the Dr. tli Miler is remembered by the oldest! "Elixer of Life." It has been tried oh is on the list for Sergeant-at-Arm$i:!0to$l4" nnd n pair of aged inure and spoken of by history as an numerous cases that had been thought great strike of miners in the mules for $li(10. citizens The able man, having all the characteristics hopeless and some miraculous cures have Connellsville, Pa., coke region has endHarry Wilkes has trotted more heats of a leader. been effected. It is claimed that it re- ed, the miners gaining an advance of 12 in --VJO or better tliau any other living thro'-otrotter, and more than any, living or and prolongs life and will no per cent. There is much rejoicing Eudeu Mostgomuuv, of Lincoln, want- juvenates the section. In Illinois there are 0 dead, except Goldsmith Maid. Includraise the dead before it is gotten ed to go to wicked Frankfort and take a doubt persons dependent on charity be- ing loing performances against time, the in the high places thro' with. beat nmid the scoffers An additional endowment of 5100,-00- 0 cause of the miners' strike. They are great mare, during her turf life of U of the capitol, but the people have said, has , been seer red for Central Uni- being helped by the people of Chicago. years, scored 1'JO heats in L':'J0 or better, "Nay, brother, stay with us and preach versity. Of this sum Chancellor Blan- - A committee of Chicago citizens is en- while Harry Wilkes in Ave years has SI Christ and Him crucified i" Let us pray Will keopconstantly on hand a largo and select lino of Furniture raised $50,000 and Rev. I. S. McEI-ro- deavoring to arrange a settlement with such heats to his credit. thatBro. Montgomeiy may not again ton a similar amount. Among the do- the employers. is now made and re- and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods The corn crop backslide from his high calling. Jessaports from all over Mercer indicate that can be bought in the cities. Givo me a trial and you will beacon-vince- d nors were Messrs W. N. Holdein.ui, Benmine Journal. There's no use for prayManager Campbell Writes. tho crop was never known to bo so large nett II. Young, W. T. Grant, of Louisthat I sell lower than the lowest. ers. Brother Montgomery has been Toihe Editor InteriorJourn.il ) in this county. It is said that .even ville, A. J. Alexander, of Woodburn, all our old acquainta lesson that even time cannot Please announce to taught Chaplin farms are yielding 10 barrels to and many others. efface. A burnt child forever dreads the ances in Central Kentucky that our ho- the acre. Our enterprising hemp merAs George Turner, familiarly known iTV Ulmile thethorteit, II hourt quiciitit between lire. tel will be kept open, as heretofore, till chants, Cogar ft Voris, have recently puras "Little George," was returning to his special beneJlt of October 1st, for the e chased 200,000 pounds of hemp at J4.(K). Mh. E. C. Colwan has sold the home in Harlan C. II. he was fired upon those who desire the restorative efl'ects New Harrodsburg Democrat. to Mr. J. Wesley Messenger by Wilson Howard from ambush and in- of Rock Castle Mineral water and perfect Win. Rue sold yesterday to Robert who has been connected with tho stantly killed, tho ball from a Winchesimmunity from hay fever, asthma, etc. Young, of Philadelphia, a handsome bay n-m paper since it was founded and who will ter rifle entering the back of his head. Entire Train. Run Throunh Without Change. special low rates Mr. Colgan will This adds another murder to the longi After the loth of August old, by Lightwood for gelding, live years edit it in the future. of board will be given and considerable 450. He also sold to same party the THROUGH CAKSERV1CK. devote his entire attention to his list occasioned by a feud existing bet ween reduction made on rates of transportaSouth Hound r-ln handsome Mare, Josephine, by Abdal-laat Middlesboro the Cum- the Turners nnd Howards in Harlan No i.TulImnn lloujoir Iluff. et bleeping Car.. Cincinnti to New Orleani tion. Mainbrino, forSI05. T. 1). English berland Gap. Here's hoping that both county for the past six years. "Little Lhattanx K4 to Shrrrport Notwithstanding the unfavorable wea rin ,v. 3l Pullman llou.lolr Ilufli-- Sleeping reports the sale of W. A. Bachelor, dee'd, of them will profit by tho trade and Georgo" is the son of George B. Turner, Car. Cincinnati to .New Otlean. nnd Cincinnati ther, our house has been comfortably of Marion county, as follows: Broker to lackjohvillennd Knoxville. Meeper. St. I.oul. enough money to spend their last a prominent democrat of that section, make OrlniiM via M, ,V O. full all the season at a rate of board nev- by Banker to W. F. Alfrey, Pilot Point, days in elegance and ease. and formerly a representative of the conn- .1 strictly maintained by any wa- Denton, Q ' er before $1,075; Young Nobby, Texas, ties of Bell, Harlan, Leslie and Perry in tering place in the South. jrr.H.wiiHg $jj Condepud Schedule in Effect Match ji, tlgj. The Springfield News, Will G. $150; one Gambetta Wilkes yearthe legislature. Turner makes tho 4th afl'ord all same, To prolong tho season and editor and Thomas M. Cravens man Howard has killed in Kentucky, ItlflAX) DOWN. ItlCAX) TJJP. ling, $190; feeding cattle 1,100, at 41.15; 1'KAI.Na MHTT7I associate editor," made its first appear-nnr- o and it is s.dd ho has as many murders classes of our patrons a chance to enjoy yearling cattle, light weight, $21; 15 TKAi'N'sUoTnirr No 41, No, ), NoTiT No, 4, Thursday and it is as neat as it is to his credit in Missouri, where ho lived a beason of rest, recuperation and pleas- milk cows at $20 to $40; III Cotawool No 7. No, j. 7To7 STATIONS. Daily. D.ily Daily, Daily. Lilii. DaiIv ure at Rock Castle, wo will be glad to sheep averaged $13.60 per head. y.x. Sun newsy. Both of tho gentlemen at the several years. Mm. o Daily. I.iin. iKx. Suit Djlly. Kx. 1,1m,1 to all who apmake "popular prices" 7 am pin boo pm 7 55 a nijl.'ve... .Cincinnati .,, A'rv 640 a m; 6 41 pm 10 i a in 3 30 P m helm arc experienced iiowspajwr men, Advocate. Mr. and Mrs. Morton, who occupy a , 8 30 a m uiiunrnown X've S '3 m pin 9 30 pm 9 5? a in 53 p m and wo predfet that they will give Wash- cottage at North Birmingham Park, were ply after Aug. loth. jim o 39 p m a m ..Georgetown, 4 10 a in' 1059 a m i 38 p m 7 DOINGS. DEATH'S .. .Lexington .,, 11 .lop m 3 48am1 4 13 pm 7 00a m ij 10 p m Very Respt., pin 1055 pm 10 a; a m paper it has ever ington county the best awakened by the screams of their l.vt. ..Lou. S. R. R. Arr. F. J. Uami'Iicll, M'gr. had. Hero's to both of you for a long Mrs. Florence Richards Kinsinger, Arr.. Hurnin I'Vl'' son, who said that something .Arr IlurKin pin 11.1a 55 and prosperous voyage. 17am daughter of Mr. M. L. Richards, of Mt. i3ipni 310pm 5 30 am 1030 pm was stinging him. They lit the lamp, 16 a Dxnville pm II 50 38 a pin i CHURCH AFFAIRS. m 1031 p m 5 3 junction City... Salem, Lincoln county, and wife of Dr. 15 pm 38a la 30a IMS am pin 53 a m 3 30 a m 10 JO pm ,. ..Someriet 00 pm Orcoursu it turned out that the man and the mother, seeing where something 300pm I 15 pm 05 205 a elected su- J. W. Kinsinger, of Pulaski, Iowa, died 650pm 830 a m Joseph C. McClary was am . ...OaU-il5 5 11 35 a m 35 P a m arrested for "Dick"TuteatScottsborough, had punctured the boy's arm, thought it perintendent of tho Baptist Sunday-scho- at tho homo of her husband Monday 5th, 1000 pin 8 35 a 640 p m Ar'v, ..Chattanooga, I.'ve 30 p a m 7 55 a m 4 9 10 a 700 p m L've ..Chattanooga,,,. Ar'v 7 35 am a m Ala., was not the absconding treasurer. was a bee sting, and, kneeling down, Attalla ....... os p and Joseph H. McAlUter assist- and Elder J. M Coleman, of Macon City, 9 49 p ni Ar'v. 4 47 " dollar that he sucked it. A poultice was applied and You can bet your bottom 43 pm.L've ,.. IlirmltiRham,., 00 pr 300 pm funMo., was dispatched for to conduct ant. 60S p ..Tuicalooia... 130 a in 01 am is in another clime, where tho atmos- the old folks returned to bed. A few Meridian 4 4S am'Ar'v, 5 p 1ve eral services on Tuesday after. Her fatli-e- r looop in Rev. R. R. Noel writes from Aliens-vill6 30 mill 00 a m Ar'v, ..New Orlean.... I.'ve 15 a is cooler and much more agreeablo minutes afterward Mr. Morton was a wak3 55 P "' phere mother, sister and two brothers, ... 310 n m Ive, Clark county: "I will preach at Ar'v 9 40 pm ... 9 o a m l.ve, .... Jack.on .., Ar'v and where tho detective is feared not. ened by something crawling across the Hustonville next Sunday, Aug. 18th, 6 top m and Thomas, were with her. She ...ill 5 a m Ive, ..Vicklbutjf, , 4 00 pm that "Honest Dick" bed. Quickly arising ho discovered a ... i 3S pin 1,'ve, ,,. Monroe It is hardly probable nnd left her husband and a little daughter 15 10 05 a m rattlesnake witli 13 rattles in tho and hope to meet all my members .. 8 lo P in Ar'v ....Shreveport .. 600 a m heard from for a year or so at will be great impor- months old, with her parents, brothers room. Ho kjlled the reptile. Realizing friends. Some business of least. North. Hound: Train No. 3, Pullman Iloudoir Huftet Sleeping Can. New Orleani to Cinrlnn.it and sister, and tho relatives of her husWill bo at Moreland in tho what had bitten tho boy, he immediate- tance. I am in tho midst of a grand band, to whom she was as dear as a Train No 6, Pnllmanlluudolr Duffet Sleeping Car. New Orlram to Cincinnati, refused Frank "Collom, ly sot to work to npply all known remeBail was Train No. 8, Pullman Iloudoir and uffetSlcrpinit Car Chattanooga to Cincinati a nd Slifufr. Ind. charged with forgery, at Minneapolis. meetingat this place; 18 have been ad- daughter and u sister to mourn their loss, nville to Cincinnati, via W, & A. and U.. .., . . AjG. Sleeper frrm Knoxvllle to v.incinil.11. dies, but the life of the child is despairwere arrested FHANK W. WOOM.r.V.Trav pi.. Will close which is her gain, for she died in Chiist. K Three ed of. His body was swollen almost be- ded during the past week. ' PaM.'an'd ITki"' Agt'. JOHN C.GAULT. General Manner, DO. KDWAHDS. J. M. O. at Urbana, 0., for failing to cancel rev- yond recognition. Additions every day." Cincinuutl ,OliIo Sunday. enue stamps. n; ly InteriorJournrl NEWS CONDENSED. Judge W. F. Bullock, a prominent citizen of Jefferson county, died last Friday. Henry Smart's widow 4ias turned from her evil ways and united with a Louisville church. At Lexington bail was refused Jus. hoy who shot 1Ogsden, the and killed his father. A Lansing, Miuh., pnstor won $o,000 in a lottery, whereupon his flock was greatly shocked and ho will be dismissed. II. Webb and Herman Nowmayer jumped from n Lehigh Valley railroad train, near South Bethlehem, Pa. Webb was instantly killed and Newinnyer fatally injured. J E. Hutcherson was at the altar with Miss McDaniel, at Dyer, Tenn., when a friend told him something that and caused him to desert the biide-elec- t go to Mexico. Mrs. Bradbury, wife of the general MUST CLOSE OUT! What remains of our Eats, Caps, Trunks, stock of Dry $c. Our Fall will coming in and in order make room for same unit sell during the month of August any article in our immense stock without regard to' must our surplus stock and prices will it. of Offer Genuine Bargains For Cash uaucoes will soul tins And only ask from worth bama Plaids at best French Sateens 20c, worth 35c; Sea Island will sold correspondingly frl. All our other at I'aL,. il Columbia at Sc, us a call and prices ncr nurd. buying ninn 12c; 20 yards for in.th 1Q. n. Now Is Your Time to Buy, For must If yon want any bargains call AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Stanford. Manager. j t I Mo Co i BUPMBYy, WINTER j MERCHANTTAILOR FALL AND GOODS. l Mi-8- . i sweet-scente- d I np-poi- ! I f The Great Remedies three-'year-ol- d I '-'J $x:w lcAK? MACTC averts ss,r Ham-mon- DKIG WUHaniHbur, great-uncl- e, e SEW FURNITURE STORE! . HUFFMAN Fil-le- - Brown-Sequur- d ut 18,-4o- y irfil I Pine-vill- M.it-thi- s, Cincinnati and Or-lcaii- N. -m- ESBSEIa n h -T- l J j ro5l!l 1 miTCTVI Over-stre- et I Dan-vill- I 1 . 4 nine-year-o- ld . 1 1 I ol 1 -- 1 e, 1 1 U 1; f saloon-keepe- rs r. s o Tim ilr Semi-Week- n ami j THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. the Richmond Fair begins many will attend from this place. i . , , Established 1010. A full nnd experienced corps of Teachers, Classical, scientific and elect- " accessible, burtrlor i liberal and thorOn IcE-Ch- oice Watermelons constant-- 1 ?"" "SucVSou ly. Loiatlon nealthfulanu Indicated endownmentadvautacct for Facility for coming Kid Crowd" will meet TiiE"Merrie Mamon'b .Inrn, .Stonu Fruit Jnrn, Cuiih kefir.til Chmtian homes and enlarged "talo.ue and other informatl-.il- , applv to " Ky.. Auouat 11. 3rS8i iiiul Jelly (.sIiihm'B nt A. A. Wurrcn'H with Miss Foxie Pennington on Thurs- lv Oil hand. XlinnelleV- & Hampton. W. 0 VOUNO. D. D , President, Danvillo, Ky. Stanfoiid day night next. "Model Cuocery." Tin: next session of the Stanford Male I a.m still the agent for the celebiated Academy will begin the 1st Monday in paid their acTiiosh who have not satSeptember. James Denny, Principal. counts with us will plcane call and nettle. Dick'a Patent Feed Cutter, tlio most KENTUCKY. isfactory cutter that has ever been sold. Wo need the money and must have it. Opens Sopt. Lovr. On Danville streel, between the 1889. Next Any size can be hnd, from hand to horse ' Courts A Cox. MEANS BUSINESS. SCIENTIFIC e and A. 1!. Penny's ilrua store, a THREE COLLEGES THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF s power. T. Metcalf. AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. I?...-!- .,' A. H. Comb and nettle your account. t t. f n please leave at brilliant comb. Finder filthy Location in the heart of the lilue Orais region. 1,00c feet above sea level. Refined and ho Penny. Fmi:. Mr. Will Alexander, who lives this ofllce. pintle community Student rind homei In the best familiei and Meiucrial Hall, lixpmsesmod-orat- e opriiiKdiouxe Friday iifcht and took $i(a to t?io. Attcndjn.e last ieiiinn,3i, (rem j? 5tate and TertitorUs, For full InformaWatches and Jewelry repaired nnd City, attended the fjwlt therefrom a larue amount of butter and near Shelby tion and Caul- gue apply to L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. warranted. A. H. Penny. Skvkiiai. Danville gentlemen were up Danville Friilay and on returning Rome, Thf. boat placo to buy drnpf, patent other things that were kept there. yesterday, thinking it was court. The found his house and contents in ashes, m metliclncH and toilet articles is nt A. It. The advertNcment of Jones Itms., it is not known how the fire originated, fair of last week seems to have had a bad Pcnnv'n. appears hut very probably from the usual cause, elt'ect on them. liuv your nehool book?, ink, taDletn. dealer in general His loss is about pencils nnd nehool supplies of all in another column on this pace. You a defective flue. pajcr, Don't fail to see the rub game of ball IcindH from A. 11. Penny. should u'Ot their prices before purchasing Si'.OOO. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 1889. between the I.ntkiiioii Jouiisals and m anytliini: in their line. I.steim-o- k Waddle Mm-Uros. of Somerset at Danville, M. A. Tin: gamo of ball between the PERSONAL POINTS. , Jui'ii.VALM and the Waddla IJros., of Friilay next, lOtli. Is our advertising columns appears the Faculty of Trair.cJ Tea hvrt. Uxcellent Hoarding Department. Diic.pllne Strict. Instruction .luixip J. W. Auoiin loft yesterday for card of the Preparatory department of Somerset, at Danvillo Friilay next, promInvitations are out for a party to be Thorough. Full Information given on application. MessKnnsHM City. Centre College, Prof. J. H. Walton, prin- ises to be n most interesting one. given by Miss Annie Uaughman at her J. M. IIiMxiKi.v, of Vinclieiter, wn- - in cipal. If yon think of sending your boy rs. It. G. EvanB, of Danville, and John home on Wednesday evening, Mth, in oil' to school, write him for terms and Bash, of Somerw't, will umpire and none town Sunday. of her guest, Miss Latimer, of Athneed fear that'iustico will not be dealt. honor MlAN nib Hai.b in bank from a vlnit particulars. ens, Oa. The game will be called at It'ocloek sharp to friendn at Danville. I wjll say that I To MY Ci'hTOMKi:. and the prospects forn large attendance It. T. Pikiice has been appointed postT. A. Kick went to Klclmiond yeMer am very thankful for past patronage and is good. Admission 25 cts. dnv to attend tin Pair. master at Liberty. This is the iiist time but I must have a V. I). Vi:TiiKuroui), of Richmond, hopu continuance, there baa been a change in that ofllce for Mn. II. W. Uainkh rode accidentally cash for all work done from nowon, as was in town yesterday. over 30 years, Mr. H. T. Koyalty having nest while out on bis I have no money to run thu credit busi into a bumble-be- e Ht'oni-i-, of lyondou, has been vin Geo. held it that long. ness, so plensu remember this. T. J. 'farm the other day and his horse, alter itlnn relatives in thin county. being stung n few times, reared, plunged Uv mutual consent wu have dicsolved Mim Lillian Kokuvtiik, of Hnrrods-bu- r, Hatcher. and threw him, his foot hanging in partnership and desiring to close up the in vinltiiiK Mm. (5. C. Given. Tur. Danvillo Advocate seems to be one of the 'stirrups. One of his sons, firm business, we ask all those indebted 11 ks IIaiidin, of Monticello, is hero "dead stuck" on F.iehhorn ami his band. who was near by, made a desperate at- to us, either by note or account, to come vtKitinjr hi brother, Mr. Mark Hardin. In the "notes" of the fair, ' in number, tempt to catch the horse as he ran by and settle at their earliest convenience. Mr. V. J. Si'aiikk. Im returned from 11 of them aie complimentary mentions him dragging his father by one foot, but Very Kcspectfully, Mcllobertn & Stage. n brief visit to her patents at Mt, Vernon. of either the profesor or some of his as- the animal was too busy fighting bees to Mil. tiiomas .Mattimilv, ol I'k'velnmJ, The Lincoln County Teachers' InstiJoo Moores savage, breast be halted in his mad career. Hefore Mr. yestute commenced at the Court-Housi- e Ulilo, is visiuni; ins uncle, .Mr. 1. .1. I on- - M.(.,s to have been soothed. He per Gaines vwih seriously hurt the stirrup ter. haps is "blowing" the band up with the leather broke and extricated him from terday, with Prof. S. J. Pulliam conducJohn 1. Penny, of Mnntleello. bus j t of an enpiKcmc'it as a star per his perilous situation. His escape from tor and Mr. W. F. McClary chairman. A Mi. T. former on the "baroo. lven visltini; his brotber-lnlaw- , of the pretty school marms were instant deatli waH miraculous, his neigh-bor- n number J. Hatcher. present and the Institute promised to lie say. While attending the Danville Fair Mn. Tiuw. P. Con tkii, of f5rer.villo, a most interesting one. icoim: on Mrs. As Mn. W. it.&'KKiKL, a guestat Cnib store-rooTexas, in here on a vinit, after.in .bence and jti"t as the trots were I. M. Hruce felt Mimething pulling nt lier Orchard Springs, and Miss Doores, n At Lincoln Ind., Mrs. Hull's husof 18 yearn. Mb. W. M. O'IJhyan and uii.j liave watch chain and looked down to llnd Crab Orchard Indie, were returning from band discovered that there was a blot on taken room with Miss Utile Carpenter that it had been cut in two. It was evi- - the Danville Fair Friday, a buugv dasli- - bin wife's past and left her, whereupon to steal t., i,y them in front of Kid. Joseph Hal- - she committed suicide. dently the ellort of a pickprs-ke- t on Lrfwer Main stn-et- . A forest lire near Portland, Oregon, (iroiu.i: McALliTmi and little her walch, but luckily for Mrs. Hruce it nli'8 residence, frightening their horse Max. Georue. returned from u five wevks' viMt proved a fnilureon his imrt. It is said l.i.wi caiiBlni? him to turn ouicklv nnd un is doing great damage. There has been o no nun for two months ami tlie wnoie that a gentleman from the hat laid hnd set the buggy and IU occupants. to Danville Saturday. . and ' his pcMikct relieved of a considerable damage was done save a broken shaft country in as dry as a tinder. Miski.s IUtji asi I.itiiE DkPaiw Sadie Mcintosh, of Sib m.Ind., re the' amount of filthy lucre by the nlick-lln- and a severe shake up of Mr. Speigel and of NEW APVEKTISEMENTS. gered scoundrels and fromttthercounties Ujiss Uoores, but the mile walk to Mr. guentnof Mrs. A. A. Warren. Miis. FoaKSTCS 11kii went to Ix'xint: like reportb come. John Hright'n, where a buggy was ob- to be I A Large Side Pocket Hook contain-LUAiturdnv to see her icter, Mrs. Mn ton taned, proved exceedingly unpleasant Thk Itichmoiid Iteg i sterand the tfi.. to the worn out pair, who had been at T "Cn ! itiif a lot of fee bill, of J IMUiley. . rv Itownmn, who is quite nick. i three or lour noie and other paper. A literal i.i; iijk..i..i ... ,i..w aliove book and papers AfiM.ru Tvwtn ivn I tw. Tnrrrv nf ' Vllin'l iV'lllu.li fair in the jam and bustle of the im- reward will be paid for the New and, Stanford. u t u lifuli in- flu lnrnitr fi the iwiiiiiiu.i-iit- i Otu 1' returned to me ' piiti. ' ' day. brother, Mr. IViliiUHIn Uarrard, are visiting their mense crowd the entire the two towns in which tlio'et papers t. V. ..1.. !..... T.,.. printed. Thev nhoulil ' tiit this and As Jim Thompson wan walking down I Imn been are ComiV, Mini Weill Oils, , .... Jknnic ,ill ,, , keep fioni the outside world the real Main street Sunday night about 1 o'clock , i r. t. viPllllJK Iviliiff linn tnilii, lull nn, for there are people he was accosted by George Middleton first-clas- s Ar Stags dav for her home at (Ktenxliom. by The jKjpulation of either and Ike Hubble, both colored men and mutualcopartnerhlp ef McKobertt retiring,11and who t i , ,.,, . , . ,K to ditoIed, Mr. Stagg cement Ml' thousands and It both pretty well filled with whisky. Af the buinc will hereafter be lomfiuti'd by V. H r,, "l i. ...w.u,' .i.u '.'. workman-lik- e mil McKobertn. the would 1m! a pity for them to know how ter using filthy epithets towards .Mr. The accounts will be Jointly family. Hichmoml Itcgistcr. ler's will be at the old Hind, and tliue Indebted really siiih! I those placen are. Saw wood Thompson, one of the men knocked him bonks can settle any day. We deilre to express to u . , . , , ., , jiu.ii ... .. .i f.f, iiji iii.ii, . wip'n our sincere thanks to our customers for their kind say nniiiing as Mamoni noes, gen- down and was in the act of beating him Yours truly. patronage. mine, but now of St. Louis, was hereSat- - anil , ' over the head while he was down, when McROlIERTS & STAGG Bl UM' F0" ,wve " c,t nnlay, to nee one of Stanford's fairest. likc' ',r0'ortK""- friends of Mr. Thompson interfered and .. Miss Mattii: FirtH-n- , ol Danville, nnd put a stop to it. They were arrested by Mr. Kichard, Diinlap, of Kansas City, Cdiiikklini. Faliji. The most Jt-Sspariment of Centre College. Kentucky-unl- ay. Marshal Owens and placed in jail, where Preparatory to see Mrs. George II. Hruce, Sat- liuhtful summer resort in they spent the night. At their trial yesFalls is this season enjoy-M.- J. ly InteriorJournal wilt just FiiKSit lur-loaIiiKKins&Mi'KihiHj.vV received nt Go to Thompson's tonsoriul art rooms for a clean shave or neat hair trim. m to-da- y ' "' '' e.c.walton, Dus.ManaRor RICHMOND) CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, Session Ilth, CAL, STUDY-CLASSI- toll-gat- 1 - m Stanford Female College 2, HUBBARD, J. President. - in JONES BRO'S, Dry Goods and Notions, StapleFaney Groceries, Qucensavre, Glassware, Tinware, &c. -- pro-)H'c- Will exchange for Country Produce highest market prices. Powers' old m, and allow the ' ' Having purchased the interest bl Mr. Stagg, will conduct the business at the old stand, where shall pleased, supply the wants of all I I former and new patrons from a ' .,,'.,.,, :,,... ,. ill. ..... ,.,.,.., I DISSOLUTION u'i ii,'im,' '" School Boohs, Paper, Jewelry Paints, low prices, for and Silverware .at goods. I have a good Jeweler, ready do watch and jewelry repairs in the best Full Stock of Drugs! style. Very respectfully, "mn W. B. MoBOBERTS. de-we- re iD)o G ami Mus. H. A. Kvanh attended the family reunion of the Polk family at Mr. L. C. Coleman's, at Harrodsburg, this week. Mn. J. P. is down with malarial fever. Mr. Mack Hull'man has just recovered from a slight attack of the Dki-ai- rsiinu disease. r Miuks Floiiknci: L.mkky, of Paint Lick, Katie Hiituer, .of Hrodbead, and Lillie McClary are the guests of Mm. Mattie Nevius. Samcei. W. Menei-kk- , of Stanford, resort. Lincoln county, Ky., has declined an The following is a list of Urother appointment as cadet at the Naval Acad- Harnes' appointments. Persons wishing emy. Washington Dispatch, Louisville to communicate with him can address Times. him at any of the points on the days Pi.tku Hamton, the popular driver of named: Tuesday, Iftth, Hustonville, thu stage plying between this eity and Wednesday, llth, Danville, Thursday, Imraster, has resigned and is succeeded loth, Lebanon, Friday, 10th, Campbells-villi- . by James Xnnnellcy, who will also make Saturday, 17th, Springfield, Sunday, I a No. 1 man at the buslnefs. ISth, Springlleld, Monday, lllth, Hards-towMisses Lci.a Gr.riuw, of Lexington, Tuestby, -- Oth, F.lizabethtown, Lucy Dewerson, of Itiihtiiond, IMia Wednesday, -- 1st, Glasgow, Thursday, Goodknight, of Franklin, and Lula Howliiij; Green, Friday 23d, Frank- ton, of Ijmcaster, spent u very enjoyable li ii, Saturday, Itusellville, Sunday, day at Mr. Lewis Dudtlerar's Friday. Hopkinsville, Monday, Kiiitoh W. A. Chess, of thu ML VerTuesday, Henderson, Wednon Signal, was down Sunday. He looks nesday tJSth, Owensboro, Thursday .tlth, extremely well considering the fact that Carrollton, Fridny, !!0th, Shelbyville, hu had been used as a target by Mt. Ver- .S.iturday, Hist, Pewee, Sunday, Sept. 1st, non's desperado, Proctor. .May he live Pewee, Monday, I'd, kiGrange, Tuesday, to score It Into many others who tlofy Ski, Independence. .. law and attempt to walk rough-sLuover Tin: jubilee Thursday night was not a at large. the country Uiom who came Misses Gatewood and Hikd Givk.ns, magnificent nllair, but to town and participated showed their itessie Knuleman and Lizzie Hright, of this county, Mm. George AIsop and Miss delight and appreciation of having such uptight and able mini as Uettio VauarHilall, of Harrodsburg, an honorable, Mr. 11. C. Warren to represent them in Messrs. Geo. and Ho wen Givens, Dick legislature. The l'enetnwii Denny, Charlie Crow and Calvin Carpen- tho next composed n party to DrippingSprings band was present and discoursed some ter purely democratic music and Drent Saturday to spend a week. Haiiiiy McCautv, of the Jessamine Hays, who was in ciiaige, was ns happy Journal, was in thiscity Saturday. There as mortals ever get. Mr. Warren was called on for a speech and made an inis somu talk of his being a candidate for doorkeeper of the next House, but we teresting one of ten minutes duration. Col, K. Polk Johnson was then introcould not bring him out on thu subject. in his usually happy manner Ho came within one vote of beim- - door- duced and made a telling speech w hich was received keeper a couple of years ago and if he from llrst to last. desires tho ollico wo trust ho will get with bursts of applause this time by a handsome majority. Mr. W. II. Miller then took the stump thco Warren a high He is a clever gentleman, n good demo- and after paying Mr. compliment as an ollicial, a true democrat and we would like to seo him fill crat mid a gentleman without spot or the position. blemish, ho thanked tho colored brethren who had voted nnd worked for the CITY AND VICINITY. uomiucu and pledged to them that their Wanted. To hire, a good fnrm hand. interests should be carefully looked to ' J. II. Miller. when tho legislature next convened. Tho band played "Home Sweet Home," Wantci). A good btucksiuith. Apply after which "thrco cheers for Warren" at this ollico. were given and tho crowd dispersed, us Use our patent wire and Blat fence for enthusiastic a set of men us has assem" bled hero for many u day. fencing stacks. Sine fc Menefee. I U.it-1-.-.h, d I I Cumberland ing one of the largest of its existence. Guestfl are there from several States in eluding a large iiuiiiIkt of the belles ami beans of the country nnd those fond of gayty should go there at once. The more reserved are also there in numbers and the uuesLs make their selections of the two classes. It is the place to spend the month of August. The fare is n and is unexcelled. Ask your friends about Cumberland Falls and nee if they do not s.iy it is a model summer Dealer In terday morning the jury hung and Next Session will Begin Sept. 11, one impaneled, which resulted I'" courM- of study, both Knclish and 1880 likewise and the trial was set for Thurs- Cbtskal. Ilistrmtioii especially adapted topre r resluuan Gluts. A liberpare yonnj; men lor day morning at 10 o'clock, the prisoners al English educationthe furnished to any one who is STANFORD, KY. may not delre t tike the clasical course. Terms being held in $100 IkiiiiI. WALTON, Principal. JAMES moderate. .. iam nit, ry Jim Tall. We predicted in our last S3 issue that it would only be n short while ! till our Ik'htine coon. Jim Tall, would acain be heard from and very correct we And Stock, r'aimme t'tensils, IllacVsmlths Tools Furniture baid Farm contains 133 Acres were. On Saturday night he and Mit and of tillable land, adjoining the farms of Dr. lien Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is Swore, lieiicral Gano and Joe Tomlinson, and Ever exhibited in Stanford. l'nibry, another negro, got into hot about two miles from llryanSvillf, Garrurd counfavorite expression, ty, Ky. A irood stock farm, plenty of water and complete, We call special attention to our full and words when Tail's tenant for all purposes, good fencing, "d n lie," was given. Kmbrv started timber a new stable of to stalls; rents i readily houses, offered- -a b year, llest chance toward him to resent the insult, when lor J300 pet for a small amount of ever money. Sale to good home premises Sept. 3, 1W9, at a p. m. Tail displayed his razor. Stepping back lake place en The best Casket of the kind ever invented. sold several feet Kmbry drew his pistol, but If 5'- privately price i,5' I'lltKllE J. WILSON Embalming- under the most approved method when desired. in the meantime Kd Johnson, wanting to play the role of peacemaker,' interfei-rvJ. C. McClary, Salesmen and Embalmer. and held Tall, one hand on his arm, the other grabbing his shiit near the I desire to sell my farm cf 107 acres of land situbreast. "Let him loose," Kmbry called ated on the Lancaster pike. jl miles from Stan, good, injudmir t good ford. out, but Johnston still held him ami luiusewilhfi rooms. Place well watered and has was made without it it a good orchard. Applv to again tho request j3t ALEX HOl.TfJLAW, Stanford, Ky being granted. Kmbry then tired, tho ball going through JoIiiisoii'h hand and lodging under the skin in Tail's breast. The fight thus ended, with our man Tall I hate leased the old O. H Jones stables No, ji refitted DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Atlanta, t.a. unharmed and again ready to engago in and 53 Loyd street, stables, making Have tb,e best them remodeled the nn-oth- er WEAHBN. Undertakers' - Furniture and Goods! 11. Largest, Cheapest and Best Public Sale of a Farm The Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Assorted Stock of Decorations Window Shades and htdesthtjcttbi-- bitoiaj casket, - d, FimmFORSiSXE. IinproM-iuent011 A Mo FENNY, To Stock Traders. custo-nerso- conliict. without his trousers. Said COMMISSIONER'S SALE hung my pants on a chair near lie, "I STOCK OF WATCHES, THE LARCEST I stopped tho window of the Valuable Lincoln County Land. CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. at and the next morning they were conLincoln Circuit Court. I searched Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than absence. spicuous for their Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. Admr., riff., vs. Sarah Cook's Hr., the room, but found them not and called Sarah , Cook's and S. R, Cook's Tr., 1'llT., vs. S. 11. the lowest. on shcrtlnoticc and warranted. Ac Defts., paired Cook's Crs., &c, Defts. to my host to lend me a pair of his. Ho had gone bunting though and had worn lly virtue of it judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court at its March term, 18S9, will on his only pair and my only chance was a DKSIRAULE Ji UXtl to borrow a mother huhbard, or nither a Tuesday, August 1889, skirt resembling ono from the lady of At 11 o'clock n in. or thereabout, on the premises My Now House on Main St., RESIDENCE FOR SALE. sell lo tlie highest bidder at public outcry, the house and go out to breakfast. 1 apply to Mr. W. I offer for sale prit ately my Residenco nnd Five my horses with the garment Two Tracts of Valuable Farm Land, Stanford. Kv. For terms roe Danville. Ky. It. hitched Hiugins, Stanford, or to aj Acres of Land on Danville street In Stanford. The S. IIUMt'lW. still on, but shed it as soon as I had got- Described as follows, 3 first Tract con. The house is roomy unit in good repair and all the nellUUIb cessary outlisuses are attached. Possession given ten into my seat in my wagon and sent taini 134 Acres of good Land and huson it a good within two weeks after sale. For further particuframe and brick dwelling house of ten rooms, with HARRY A. EVANS, lars call on Col. W. G. Welch Stanford, Ky orad. it back to the kind old lady who was cellars and best spring in the county also a chilly dress me at Lniamle, Wyoming 1 erritory. on the plate. full of Hympathy for me. Four miles beate spring Tract contains 154 Acres, mostly CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL The second M. C. SAUKLKV. 4t. lies upon had to be driven before a storo could bo river bottoms, well watered,houses, new the riter crib and STANFORD, KV. and has upon it two tenant reached and I wrapped tho duster around large new barn, also large youni; apple orchard '1 he. lands lie on my lower extremities and set out. Tho and is road, In larming land. a mile of Stanford Engineering and Surveying to j!AJlt5B!l85 a county In a good neighbor, country Btoro was readied, but numer- A 1'reacherst ille turnpike,churches. These lands au oranciiBM. hood, close to schools and ous ladies hud gathered there to attend are known as a whole as the Motes Cock tarm and Dix Kitcr, the lands of DavlJ A Modern Progresive School, the opening of new goods ami of course arc bounded lv Pepplei, Win. Lackey, &c. I could not go in and try on a pair. TakSaid laid will lirst be offered separately and SAW MILL FOR SALE ! then as whole nnd the bid realizing the most Where your daughters will be taught now to ing several pairs of Ids best pants I drove money will bo declared. true wojivn, as wellns thoroughly Vlso Liirul mul Stock. Terms: Sale will be made on a hollow .near by and there down in a instructed in required to execute 11 months, purchaser being sell at great leave Kentucky I As I ended the trials and tribulations that bond with approved security, bearing interest at sacrificedesire tomills complete with willhorse boiler a saw 30 per annum from date 'Until Science, Art & M aic. the rate of 6 per cent, had attended me tho entiro morning." paid, payable to the Commissioner and with a lien and ao horse engines, iw works. ox log wag- Literaturo, buckboard, spring wag. ot the 3 a. horse wagons, RF.V. C. POPE. PresitViu, for tho drummer reserved upon and land until nilfotce the purchase on, and harness 3 yokes of cattle, 3 mules, horse, Address The story is a true one and effect of on having the money it paid, or.Mrs.S.C. TKUEHHAKT, farm U.M.DAUSW, . grist mill complete, and my Will of $60 acres or showed tho I. J. man the pants and also a judgment. Lady Principal, jell privately. ' tl.il one desiring to see these landss.will call on Snob land well timbered. MAUI S.MI It, bitveral letter he hud gotteu in regard Any Mlllersburg, Ky, four-milerid- o fnriu(-hous- and appointed in this settlor for the stock trade. I FANCY ARTICLES, &0. rnr.ilnllvir.licit ihe o.itroniiso of luv friends and f the stablst. Mr. Loren- A diil'MMKU who spent Sunday here of all former me-imc uusine. Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. rojones will assist ro-- tt J . KEDU. told of his travelings the week prior in Hell and Harlan counties and also of a I n e 1 20, 3.JsJXJ..3 t j lt' j J 11 first-clas- s nmi mm 11 ..,, 1 1 1 1 1 to it. or address Alex Hoblnton, Lancaster, Ky. jS-- tl Maywood, Ky, 4 C- - . . i.Cl.fvJk , I 'SJwwVVfT SBp! r'-- RgasaaiiiTirwiH 111 ri MiiigilsiTsisSsMsNsSsis . - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Published Every Tuesday and .Friday &'i PER YP,A,n,iy ADVANCIC When not so paid Curious Chinese Customs. Tlio highest ambition of a Chinnmau is to have n nice collln and a tlno funeral. When a Chinaman expecta n present ami it does not come lie sends one of lesser value. Jesus Christ. $2,60 will be charged." K.C. LOCAL TIME Tcln Iciin Rowland at 700 at 4:30 p. m. CARD. a. m. returning L.&N. ail If " train some " LOCAL TIME CARD. ,...u 31pm North I 31pm South.... South ....1.137 pm North 117am ....-- 0 30 a m Coeat Freight North , ' South.. JJSPrn The latter trains alo carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time, Sotar time is about ao minutes fatter Express train " T fl0YAl previous acquaintance between the male and female prevents them from marriage. For this reason a man seldom marries n girl of his town. Men wear long petticoats ami carry fan, while women wear short jackets ande.uiy canes. Boats are dr.twn by horses, carriages move by sails. When .1 Chinaman desires it visitor to dine with him he does not ask him to do so, but when he does not wish him to stay he puts the question: "Won't you stav and dine with me please?" The visitor will then know he is not wanted. If a Chinaman desires the death of an enemv lie noes and hangs himself upon that euemy's door. It is considered a sure way to kill not only that particular enemy, but the members of his entire family will be in jeopardy of losing their A lives.' In China one can always borrow mon ey on the strength of having a son, but nobody would advance him a cent if lie ltad a dozen daughters. The former is responsible for the debt of his father for three generations. The latter is only responsible for he debts of her own husband. Old men play ball and fly kites, while children fold their arms and look on. Old women instead of the young are the idols of society. Love making is ouly This powder nesersaries. A marvel purity, ntrenith and wholesomeness. More economical done three davs before marriage. It is chan the ordinary kinds and can not be sold in not only considered the safest way to competition with the multitude of low test, short vjeigtt, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in get auead ota rival, out tne surest way cans. KOYAL I1AKINO POWDER CO., IS 106 Wall street. New ork. to get a wife without losing much time. When a Chinaman meets another he shakes ami squeezes his own hands ami covers his head. If great friends had DENTIST. not seen each other for a long timo they would rub shoulders until they got tired. Office on Lancaster street, opposite Stanford, Ky. tftjr Instead of asking each other's health they would say: "How is yourstomach?" B. or "Have you eaten your rice? How old With are you? How much did you pay for POWDER Absolutely Pure E. . KENNEDY spreading over his shoulders with init parted on the Isa Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Counts., finite grace. He wears top of his head, after the manner of the subject to the action of the Democracy. Xazarenes. His forehead is broad and M. Ill smooth; his cheeks are tinged with a lovely bloom. His nose and mouth are Is a Candid tie for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, the action admirably regular; his beaid bushy and subject toAugust, t&. of the Democratic put) Klec.iuu of the same color as his hair, descends an inch and separated in the middle asCoal sumes the form of a foik. Ills eyes aro beautiful, sparkling, clear and vivid I keep on hand a No quslity of Jcllico. Lily Coal He leproves with majesty, and his ex- and Nut S. S in my yard Leave )Mir orders at Yard or Mjers' store aud they will be attendhortations are full of sweetness". Wheth- ed to promptly. J II IIIGGINS, 63 Star ford Ky er he speaks or acts, he does all with eloquence ami gravity. He has never been seen to laugh, but has often been seen to weep. He is very temperate, very modest and verv wise. In a world, he is a man who, bv his great beauty aud his divine perfections, surpasses the chit dren of men." SAM .11. man Senate: "There is here at tho present time a Is Candidate for reelection .is Jailer of Lincoln man of sinunlar virtue, who is called county, sublect to the action of the Democratic party. Jesus Christ. Tho barbarians esteem him as a prophet, but his sect adore him G. S. as a descendant of the immortal God. a Candidate for latter of Lincoln conntv. He restores the dead to life, and heals, Ject to the action of the I)e:no. ratlc party diseases by a word and by his touch. He is of a tall and graceful statue; his N. nipect is mild and venerable. His hair Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the aUion of is of a color w hich cannot bo desciihed, the l.iuioln County Democracy. falling in ringlets below his cars, and 11 This description of Jesus has been tho rounds of tho press frequently, but it should be published oucu a year at lease throughout the universe, that the rising generation may know somthing of the Savior. It is said to have been found by Napoleon among tho archives of an cient Koine dm tug his wars: At the period when his fame began to spread in Judea, Publius I.entulus, who was then its governor, wrote to the Un- W. F. JIcCLARY Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject tn the Democratic Primary Election to be held in October For Sals I ifta the Lancaster pike lh land It Ml In grass: n comfortable duelling nl 4 roomsis situated upon it Will sell at a bargain 41 G. A. HKN EDICT. Stanford. p p. V3 t to a It milts from Stanford W. L. DAWSON Is a Candidate for Jiuler of Lincoln County, nib Ject to the faction of the Democracy For .Rent or Sail. Handsome New Cottage, Containing six good rooms, situited on Main St., opposite Mmford Female College Apply to MKS UUUii khll). 43 ft 5$ . OTIS P. NEWUND Is it Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub ject to the action of the Democracy. sw 1 (I OWENS 52.3 Sails, Shingles and Shoes For Sale. Ten Thousand I'lit Kulls acd 11,'vo Poplar Shingles. I hate on hand Men's, Women's Mine' and Children's Shoes, made liv Alter. Kurwiiod & Co. and Mundclle, which I will sell itt the tery lowest prices I h.ie bought them nnd they must be sold. My stock is comptett and those who want bargains enn gel them by rilling, I mean busiW C liWI.r.Y, Turnerssillc. es. o g "o C O c' CO o S. n CARPENTER 3IENEFEE (it'll If i- 03 p 3 rt r iP P,Kfl 0 2 0 ' J. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK BJjILEY, PROPRIETOR Thoroughly Kenotatcd and Refurnished. First class Kate and Reasonable Prices. Day and nighl Trains arc met by Polite Potters ot this Popular "1 as "ij3 s- F. inklcy 2.Z (t House. soy-t- f. t - Attention. Ilurncrs. Established 1825. FOR, HTSUHA1TCE On Dwellings, It lutrho'd 1 1 3. g I chindise, At ,njp urmture, St ires, Mer y t the ,d 1 Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. Lightning clauses rtttt- V an i damages paid whether tire ensues cr nit, (irO It lWU'C F, Agent. 17 '. P. b 2 n r Sw & WOOD WALLAGE, WM. ADAMS 4 SON KY. Men's 513 Outfit-to- r I IIROADWAY, Fourth Avenue, LEXINGTON, - Wild Hoar. According to tho Amer- Louisville, NEWCOMB well-kno- Kentucky. court-hous- e II. WILSON, & THOMPSON a BOYD, Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in every stj le and finish known to the trade. Race --aid Trotting Equipments a specialty. East Main Street, L I.XINGTON, Ky. No. Settle With James Frye. inz themselses to be indebted Co M. I.. Richards, either for foods or seasons of colts, will save trouble oy settling same wiin james asl hare put tnem in nis nanas tor settle-aien- t. M. L. RICHARDS. 44 AU nersons knots "Willie," said his fathersternly, reaching for the trunk strap, "your mother Office next door to Whitehead's Drug tore. confidence in his opinion, that "the man- sent you up here an hour ago to be pun-- ! Special attention given to diseases of children who would form an opinion from any- ishedand because I was busy at the mo-- ' f. thing In rends in a newspaper is unfit for ment you sneaked down stairs again. jury service." Judge Boyd's opinion What did you do that for'" needs no other comment than tho state"I went down, sir," replied the boy, ment that he is the judge who instruct- looking his father fearlessly in the face, 'This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and ed a grand jury to return an indictment "to avoid punishment." Chicago Trib-buuothers not to trespass on our Ian is without per. mission, as all such will he proiecuted to the full for criminal libel against W. P. Walton, law Signed st extent of the of the Stanford I.ntf.iuoii Journal, beGEO D HOPPF.R, T. I. IiriJ.. Seal Skin Sacques SI Each! IUUCIIMAX, cause the latter exercised bis right to J.M. McKOIlEllTS.JR. M. h.S. IIKUt-I . t. KOHT.MCALIibK, This is a sreat offer Just imagine the army of criticise the judge as a public official. .H. UAUGHMAN o. H. SHANKS, ladies that will the Horn until the last MRS. HENRY 1IAUG1IMAN. A M FELAND Owensboro Inquirer. sacque is gone if the bargain is ever ttert'd Hut ' PENCE, JOHN V HOLMES, B.T. ( C. PARKlsH, J. HAVDr.N, Will the republicans of Mercer countv how much mure wonderful an opportunity is that O.V. HOLMES privnted to et-r- suffering mi, man by the pro. never learn to do things in a fair and pnetors of Dr Pierce's Favorite l'ruscriitltm- lionpt innniier in the open light of day? This remedy is a Kunrantttd cure for all theoe dn-"H ?S-T" Jt lt?enu-trepublican are constit'u-- i treating ailments peculiar to the HMler sex. It Fifr IVl Yfvi?S does not effect 1111 llwUUli)t:onniyvasiVilim,i hulfrect that so ma- - is suarantevd that if it It carefully a cute mils compounded is cj villi be refunded ny "still hunts" and secret meetings at liy an experienced and skilltul phjsicwn nnd H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor night for organization have chnracteriz- - adapted to woman's delicate oramaatlon. It is E. ed their political movements in thiscoun- - purely iPjfetaWc in its coroKuijn and p.'tfectiy . harmless in its effects in any condition f the sys ' In Kentm-lhas No Hotel b'tter reputation, ty' The candidacy of Mr. Irvine Jenk- tern nnd is sold under .1 positive guarantee of sat- and its proprietor is determine i tint ins ngaint Mr. Stephenson wns not isfactinu 111 eveay case or money paid for it re- shall be maintained. known by the democratic lenders until funded Saturday, two days before the election, Tor Constipation or Sick Hcadadie, use I)r He ha. recently ad u to its appointments so well wilt the Star Chamber secret pre- Pierce's Pellets; purely vegetable. One a doo. served. IIarrodburg Democrat. IPool 77-t- S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, circuit court in Eastern Kentucky, has MT. VKRNOK, lv V. declared, with great vim and boundless ican Field, wild boars have become numerous In the deep rcces.sesof the Shaw-angun- k Mountains, that border Orange and Sullivan counties, N. Y. They are the genuine Mack Forest wild boars of Europe, the descendants of nine formidable and ferocious boars and sows which your sandals? N'ew York, imported A firsts mnfi'u a.svi'itif nata rt cnlnri Mr. Otto Plock, of .: some few years ago for the purpose of , vet nianv are the applicants, while big t . ,1 111c snakes and vermin tnat salaries are paid to the servants of the uiiiiiiiiiitinig infested his estate near the Shawaiiguuk common people, but few make applica Mountains. After the boars had eaten tions. Tho perquisites of tho former of nil tint nifst'ikc- nits! frtflliltl tft tlto atti. tenmore than tnpnle the salaries of the closure, Uieylonaeil for more, and lu ... suvctr .. intltrr, 11 luru is 111c dviu ist.ib'ju iui under the wire lencing nnd escaped to . differences. To encourage honesty nnd have since the mountains, where clerks and sincerity ,i,ltipUe.l. Thev are so fero-me- n in all branches of industry receive j cionfl that tho mMt kuntor ,, gii,(1 an annual net percentage of the firm s I tQ h Mhilte ,)eforo att.u.kitl(J them Tlu.v I . business, besides their regular salary. ,', tw,nila flieua ...... . ..." "v' ."e shoulders and lank hind parts One Judge Royil. who presides over a 1 - HOTEL. MT. VEHNON, KY. This old and Hotel(is still maintain tng its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public M, P NEWCOMB, Prop, Mt Vernon, Ky, Sjtl. G A1TTER' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s 0. H. M'llOBEKTS, M. D.J STANFORD, KY. Office on Lancaster Street, opposite Court-Hou- se Havin; removed to this nliie from Liberty, to practice his profession, calls the attention of the puts lie to the fact that he ill be ready at all houis ilir or nlkthtto ansver cslls in town or country. Thirty jesrs ofhis lite wete Scntin Stanfcrd and he deems it unnccessaiy to speak ol his ability as A share of the patrona physician and surireon age of the people of Stanford and sic nity isasVed by him. 6jtt 4,.. I 8alc-brwia,- ,.,.. ,. y C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STAN FOR U, KV I' i I Welts drilled to order and Pjmps furnished at factory pni.es POSTED. T h o u s a n d s of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi ra It is more faul to chickens than ill other diseases combined. Dut the scovery ol a rcmeay tnat ftvitit'el) in ft it has been made, and to be con .nred of its efficacy only requires a fri-- l a 50 cents bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guar inteeel If, after using of bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly ifisficd with it as a cure for Chicken I'h liera, return it to the undersigned md ir money will be refunded. 1 two-third- s 1 , e J. T. STJTTOST 1 1 r'or by sale McKolxrls A Sc CO., ! Siseit. Stanford j j lTlliiiVU Wlll . "" ol description imr t"a'tc. Win .t nearly new can be .btaiue 1 .n s'.,n 1 .r Mr J if line ui uii.h iitti 1 inany une"r imi.iiio. 4iui winin.now our :od nee Jinx anjt mi; our ei-t- f Hue. HUSTONVILLE. KY Arc still in the bu. lifts a ' reaty t. d any We have a full thinz in the (,'ndertas. hi; ' stoik of Cases and C. t In l in KiVs every Kentucky Central 'aU-l'- K R.il ROUTE CiKASS Jcl)l'l'JC. AND THE SHORTEST QUICKEST OENTRAL KENTUCKY fr ' 1. .11. iuiuce, K.V. ; lira, SPECIAL sale Ass STANIOHI). m am 111 FAST LINE UBTWEEN and Billiard Parlors Miss Bessie Neater, of Iloston "Her books are simply delightful. Indeed, I Livery A First-Clas- s think she is the moat liberal writer that accoimnoda'e tHe demands of Ins increased licst Turnouts furnished I know of." Crinilcnt patronage. Commercial! r.ivclers and others j Mis Hattie II icon, of Chicago "Well, I don't know. I don't think she is as liberal as Mrs. Sotithworth. Mrs.South- worth gives you 400 pages for a quarter WALLACE Stanford, ----- 33. YAKXON. Kentucky. l gMMsmAaasisV tratelers Uiilv first -- A'l ILNIHiN t tOMMKItCUL llorsts and tnalet bought and sold lltery class horsetatKl tchi let LEXINGTON, A CINCINNATI. hLlIl.ni'Lr IN lUH.tl MA a, 1M9 South Iluund Lve Cm. innsti I.ve C jtingtxN . N'i' 4. No. Daily 4 1 Stablo Attorney at Law, Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin-ilcounties and in the courts of appwil Office over McRoberts Stag's druif store Alto aent fur the HARVESTING CO- t . t 9 44 Sun n m No 6 Sun. p p 40 p p 45 to a m TT-- J WALTER A.WOOD , THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. TTHE tDd --31 I I'H'IV Ullll.". Eiverv. -' - J ss Feed and " Snip Old Stable Ky. Route N N.A.M V Co ! . n Arr Pans . 11 Arr I.cxingiun 11 Lie Paris rr in.hetcr... Arr Kichmond Arr Lancaster ..1 4 Arr Stanford. .. ' Lve Falmouth, m la a m.in i no pjw li o p m in i m 5 41pm .T! . nj p i " o pm so p m 7 jo p m 111 si; t ro p m ivr p m p in 4 ' oS JS pm. ni m Jto M p m so p m 5 LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. $2.50 TO Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salt em the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever wores, tctter.chap ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup( tions and positively cures piles, or no pay rcauir ed. It is guaranteed to i;ive perfect satisfaction, or money relundeil 1'rico 55 cents per box For sale by A. 11. Penny, Stanford, Ky. E I) Lve Kichmom Arr Here Norlli-Houn- . 1 Arr LcxuijtoM... J 5 p in p HI hi p mi,, No. Only one Night out to New York. Solid VvsttbUril Trains to KATES $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- ING TO ROOMS. TTURK1SH Si The Verdict Unanimous. W I) hult, druKil", Ilippus, Ind , testifies '1 can recommend Electric Hitlers as thu very best ntmeoy r.tery ooitie sou nas(,'iven relict In cry case. One man took six bottles and uas cured of Rheumatism of 10 j ears' standing."' Abraham Hare, druggist, llclletille, Ohio, afl'inns: "'I ho best selling medicine I hae eter handled In my jo jears' experience is Electric Hitters.'' Thousands ofothors hue added their testimony, so that the iiurdictis uiiauimiMi. that Electric Hitters do curt) all ilifeasetof the Liter, Kidneys or Illood, Onlt RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL iv B. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCESSOR TO M'MIOHAEL, LOUISVILLE. THE HATTER, 611 4TH AVENUE, KENTUCKY. & half dollar abotilo at Head the following- A It Penny's druc sture Is onsmnption - The Nobbiest Most Stylish Incurabl e ? I '.ncluduijr the Stock of ark, Ark 1 , An world-renown- BSverbrouBhtto tho city of Louissille, now open KHOX & JOHN D. STETSON & T iCJ CO'S. HATS llcgau Klnc'isXiw Dlscotcry for Consumption, am now on my third bottle and able In uttrsie the work on my farm It Is the finest medicine nude.' Jitj.se Mlddlewart, Decatur, Ohio, s.i)s: "Had Itjiot been for Dr King's New Dlscotcry for Consumption 1 would have died of Lun' tail-liij1 the Luns, ed me me .111 incurable consumptive, Mr C II Morris, New. says: " down with Abscess of and friends and ph)sici.ms pronounc- etr THE MOST RAPID ROUTE wiiuiui i u Why Is It That people Inljer along always complaining about that continual tired leciing? Oim bottle of lleggs' Illood Purifier and Hluod Maker will env.;love and other Kurs, n specialty Orders city'solicits-dperfect satlsfactlor guaran-steed- . tirely renmto this Icellni, give them a good appetite Don't fail toorder it NOIIIIV HAT. il iy a. id regulato digestion. A 11. Penny, Druggist. And also my own importation of Kiu;lith Hats An elegant lino of Canes and Lyon's wid Caps Kin 'Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand in the best of health.'' Sample battle A II Penny's drug store if''"" tip ny uoctnrsi. A.111 now free a SEAL SKIN SAOQUECArS, o.5 I.ve Livingston. 6 in a in j Lte llerea 10 5 a m a in Arr Kichiiwod Now Lve Manforil a 7 to Articles ilioj?j)?ition Lte I. uicasier 7 48 a in Pasting nil the Kainous Vircima Springs by day. Arr KicbnusnU. W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. 9 O a in luht and nrrit in at Old Poiiit Comfort and the Lte ItTclimond.. Of II 40 p in 6 10 a in Sea Short- the next altcrnoon LONDON, KY , Arr Winchester. j 30 p in 7 a Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire 'lime Card in Effect July 1, 189. 'I a m Cumberland Valley p in Co. Ajt Paris 4 10 m 1 on reasonable terms London is the most conven. I.ve Lexington 1 4S I' m a in Tattnall, r'a.'tW; icnt point on the railroad to reach places in the m 4? The undersigned shareholders of the CumberLve Paris p m J"" a in J 15 P ni 4 Expr.w. Exprr Daily the mountain srticn of the Mate EASTWAKD. 10 4 I' land alio Land Company amend the said ComLve K.iIiikiuiIi... P in 9 '3 a in 5 o; p in r.x "sun uny Daily Arr CoMiigtuii pany's Articles of Incorporation, heretofore Mod p . 3 lu JJ a m 7 s p in lor rcoru August j, ta i n in theoflueofthe clerk Le Stanford ni Arr Cincinnati 1 7 p mlio 45 a in 7 4 35P m of the .,.... Lincoln County Court, .:lia 1112 theretul.re 11 43 an 6 39 pm " I.exintoiiM Mill . s . as v On the.Mnysville llranch, No 9. leaves ' Winchester uccn uuit; aritiiott icui'u, l s pm 6 S pm iJU uin lullou s at u ui t ill tlllU (U. I oj pn, " K. V. Junction ine nrst anil triml sections of nid article 111. arriving ,t " S 15. are so amended as to inclu le within the scope of " Mt. SUrlini; .... I J7 I'm 7 40 pm S si am Majsville at 111 is. a m. and 8 m .. m M the Company's operations, in addition to the conn a oj pm a 6 am lcaves.Mytieat " Preston aj.u a m, arriving at Paris at I ties of Harlan and Hell, the counties of Knox, 4 Morehoad 3 10 pin a pnijio ) um 7 4. a m No w leaves Mavil ,0 and O,JOUJSVIlll NWiAl8WrtCHICtO Ri'Cq- ' hltlcy, Laurel, Clay, am 4 ot pm Oilse Hill. Letcher. Powell oj ..,., ... Vtolfe, llrcatlutt. Lee. Leslir. Knott. M.i..r,il.' ' ' Ashland. 6 ej nti 10 40 pm, I; pm lobnson, Martin, Morgan, Menifee, Hath, Kowan o i pm 10 jj pm t 45 pm No. 4j leaves l.esinglon " Catlettsburg Elliott, Lawrence, Hoyd, Carter, Kbinming, Lew-" llutitlnKton .. .. 6 50 pin la jo am j 1$ pm 10 45 am. exerpt Sundat 10 05 am; arrises Paris ft 11 am id 13 pm is, (.reen, Owsley, Jackson, Floyd, Wayne, Cum-- I Arr White Sulphur., i.t in.n esLinciiiniiii ci i)in:arru.. ..........i ber and. Pike. Pulatki. Una. n.ii,. .....I 11.. nl, ..if.ir.iilU 11 vo am; 4 05 am .....-..-..- .. 7 ao pm esctMil .Mlml 11 Leasing Hoth coin, ill which sold additional counties it shall' bo a jo pin I in No. j Uavo. faliiiniith snoini'ir,!.,.. i " Washington :.. lawful for the said Company 1, transact husiJ JJ pin 1) 03 am nati 7 55.11m, except Siin.bv y.. ..n LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI and salepurciiJMingauii selling lands, theitsmining- " llaltlinnre Philadelphia iicui of coal, iron und nil nther ores l"",,, ""m mouth leases fiiHinn.ti 8 10 am; arrives " New York and ojopm j aopm iiijiiam, sundat only the iiunufactiire and sale of lumber -- Daily, Secures to Travelers, No jj leaves lalmoiuli 4 15 ,, m; " Hkhliiond, Va,. ... .. . 1 o pin uj.im nrrltes fcin- II hection 4 is w amended 11s tnat the capital J f pm 11 j.am einuati ft ij p m; Sundat only. ' OldPulntCoinfort stock of said Company, liistr, f 1)lle hundred and Norfolk ' " I. r fifty thousand dollars, thu ,"",' Cnciiiiiai';" J ""' . ...... littttten Lexing. be one million dol- .... Nn . ... .i..i lars, in slimes of one hundred dollars each, tthii.11 CniLiniiflii and l.ixiiuitnii attempted between the great commercial said sliareb .hall be issued to the stockholders by Ever aim tuiiilt iiukr coniiectMiiia at r cities tin the Ohio River and Chicago, ....u UVULC certi!icatostthen$jn has Ik in paid oi each share lt.inrniiij. fust Mtlliulol ftiHU Now York and InrpolntsiiiitlieN N A M V Hs . . . .....J .1. . s. ,....- -. tho fastest time 'and most comfortable trains be- ihnrir .iii..ti...i lll(i, ,, auu all easti-rpoints arntos at Wiin liasttir (o p m tween all points in the South, or to the West and iciuij ui uiii ciHnpaii) aro nereby authorired Sec and l.rslnit.in 4 17 I mail Ir.nn in ilailt and this line issue the stock accordingly. Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all directed iiirluo- - a and depirt from lb,. Central Cnn.n now arrive Huuiington uud all pitiits at urrives Past , Witness our hands this 17th day of Juy( ,1 ruuk hues is denominated I he Limited Lxpress. tsr ii ij a ni nnil l.exiiiji'iti 11 45 noon n.niy i.x. uLl.""KLl.h!li.',,, ':'."" connection, for "a" I he superb rolling stock we cniplo) give, patrons VlSiCs-NHomkino, from lluiringioti, oxiir supt Sunday West Unlimited Comfort Parkeriburg and Wheeling arrivvs I.exirgicu niroiighurkets and l,agae J. ij. JIOVKFK, KiTAt all Coupon Ticket OHices In the Smitl It. llovii, by J. A. Cka drsiinaiMHi rstichrrfht- riilriiiii. chocked to any 10 j p in ilmly sou wilt find our time tables and tickets. Say Mo . uitArr, Tor full j W. IUyiikn, ,'r- Olive Hill icionunouaiion uirlvin Winchester My agent ol the Co. non, get Monon and stick to Monon, il you wain, j. in, Iosvik Ltxinglrm H.H rUO.V 7 loam and laixingtoii 8 to saso money and have a pleasant Journey. it. K. II. MOUiE. W'J'.Wmms, j 40 p in, Winchester 6 40. lr.;tel.,.g Css ,. r A.t , i;0- IWj'rAgt . K 0. McCORMICK, 1AM, Ji wi. Kir tickets alio iiuormaiHin wruimrappiy til Ky. General Passemrcr Agent, Chicago w. o. ULCII. Cvir.gton, Ks It, W. II.XKIM'--l, IICkvlAgt H.IJ. HUNTINt;i()NtOeralMaiuKr, City Ticket Agents and GIKcm: W. It. ll.MSKV. A. IIKO.MIILKI.. lr.iv raw. Agt. 1. M. Duvknrk, 7ij stli Ave., 'Louisville. K) JBIIN W. I'ot, j I Pass. A (t L MUUPllY.tiBn'l OKNUKAI.fimci: K, A. Tohkhnck if) vine st , Cincinnati Ohlr, lAMKS V Eo, D. VARRINGION id V l' , Lexlnrloii, Ky Chamber of Commerce Jluilding, Cincinnati, 0. No ' j Washington, Philacloiphia, Baltlmoro, - fatal, York, Jl 111 . I K Land 111 ' ky: i. ir, . 111 11 1 -- . I 1 I -- saiasssjmtxiM ?JS2WMm ' ' Irrj, A 1 1 1 I . A NEW FAST MAIL! 11111 r-- d '"" " " ''V r. .....,,i,,,, 111 n at Kt iMriM-iii.- 111 ' ', - I V .! If- - , v. ;. . f , y ,