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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889081601 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. 'pw5yi??iSi VJ wf "Tf V Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. County Court Day In Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 4889. NO. 54 m M hIow-iiiov-th- t! 'M Kentucky Before the string tlio brief ami too llrklu bnllntU o( FARM AD TRADE ITEMS. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. tlio tinif, "Gontlo Annie" nnd "Sweet The great Lexington fair begins AuThe teachers institute is in session To minutely tln pcoih-- of it Alice, Hen Holt." Sttnnurly contrasted gust '.7th. here. county court day In Kentucky, twy at u itli every tliliiK 'lo In pliynirnl type John Land Bold to Joe Goodo a comFarms, mineral and timber lauds would be to and marks of civiliztlon are the mount-writ- e the end of tlio bined mare for Slot). for sale. Cress & Maret. 2t in tliohlntoryof tlio tainceiH, ulio linve come down to "the a cm loin pnyo A.T. Xnnnelley sold to Will More-lan- d Win. A. Ulooiner and Miss Price time; for they wen' possible only Hettlemints" driving l.eid.s of their lean, 1)3 ewes at $:J.50. eloped to Jellico Thursday morning. through the uidijue social conditioiiH Htunted cattle, or britiKinir. in A. T. Nunnelley sold to M. Smith James White has sold his interest in most lii, iiorlraycd. It was near the "steamboat" uikoiis H.iugbniiin 32 shoals at t)c. the store of Davis & White to his partperiod of State life tinder the pie Aiignr, and baskets, and poles, and It. I., it K. P. Woods sold to n Hoyle ner. s old reIml. Tlio linttittitlou of Mavcry wild mountain fruit faded wagons, county party seven .Southdown ewes for A good hotel and Rtorehoupo at Liv, A- - e I faded clothes, faded face-about to culminate nud decline. S'.V). ingston at n bargain. Host hotel stand as nearly perfected inl evervihiu. A Keneiid iluy for buy-iUehad about Cation, of I'iilnki, bought of Ilunn in the county. Cress & Maret. 2t What iih it wiih ever destined to do under inir and sellim; all over the State. Hums t head aired mules at $120 to Mr. T. L. Metcalfe, telegraph operathe system of bondage. The war cloud purchase at the dry iroods htores and MO. tor, has gone to Itoost, that is he will In thueky of the future could be covered (groceries to keep all these negroes nt Thu IjiuicI County Fair begins Aug. with thu hand, or at moat with thocoun- - home fat and comfortable and comely-- try -- Htli and continues three days. Our take charge of thu olllce at that placo on gentleman's straw cottons and jmy eottonades, and uorneous thanks tire due W.T. Kvans, secretary, the C. V. branch. Itev. S. M. Cook, who has worked a hat. Thu whole atmo.iphere of the turban, and liiivys of prismatic dyes, for n complimentary, number of years in the missionary field heavy with ease, and the peo-- i bniri of Itio coll'ee and barrels of suar, times was Longstreet, owned by thu Dwyer pie, living in perpetual contemplation of with many another pleasant thiin;! All Uro., won the rich , Omnibus stakes" at of the Urabi country on the West coast of Africa, gave n delightful lecture on their superabundant natural wealth, of which will not be taken home in tlio .Mammoth 1'ark Tuesday. I'roctor the subject here Wednesday night. ii their family carriage, put in the wagon which Knott was second and Salvator third. bore thu quality of the laud Thu examining trial of John ProcPclnlo Africanus Is driving in; Sciplo, remanners and disKsltions. D.N. Piewitt bought of John . tor set for last Saturday wascontinued to Kentucky farmer member; for while the When thu Lynn, a pair of mare mules Tuesday. On the latter day his bond jtotiip in the morning, walked out in thu has been uniiiiiiir his own tlesh and blood for SKSO; 101 lambs, wethers and ewes of for killing Purcell was placed at 1,000 porch, htretcbed himself, and looked at I'eleg and Hezekiah nud Abeduego, thu G. A.fwiiichrnnd forSiSo; ill and for shooting at Editor Cress a bond the huu, he knew that he could summon Kentuckiau has been giving even his ne- lambs of K. F. Gaines at 4 cents. of $230 was asked. Up to this morning a sleek kindly negro to execute every gro slaves mighty and classic names, afKmest Hean sold to J. W. Hughes 8 for his ter his tnitu and fashion. Hut very mock- steers, 1..V50 pound", at 4 cts. Diilard the bonds had not been madu but it is wish and whim ono to search misplaced hat, a second to bring him a ingly and satirically do those victorious Hill sold to L. A. .Smith 200 fair to good thought they will be. Miss May Quinn, of Louisville, is dipper of ice water, a third to black his titles contrast with thecouditiou of them mountain ewes at S:t.20 each. W. H. A surging populace.an Hush, as agent for Moses Kahn, bought visiting her old schoolmates here at the shoes, a fourth to saddlu his borso ami that wear them. u holiday for all rural folk, wholly of K. A J.GolloO cattlo weighing 1,:S00 Newcomb Hotel. Miss Hlanche Goodall hitch it at thu stiles, n llfth to cook his breakfast, a sixth to wait on him at the unlike what may be seen elsewhere in pounds at $.UQ cwt. Wincliester Demo- has returned to Nashville. Kay Lewis has gone to Harlan, la. It. It. Newcomb table, n seventh to stand on one sideand this country. The politician w ill be sure crat. P is telegraphing on the C. A O. Miss Mol-li- e court-housHoiiniu Wilmorc, tlie sensational tlies. Iireaktast over he of an nudieiieo keep off the in the Evans arrived Wednesday from St. colt by Wilmore, he by Strath-mormounted his horso and rode out where yard; the seller will be sure of thu purJoe. Miss Maggie Adams, of Garrard, is and out of a mare by Honnie Scot"the hands" weru at work. Thechanco chaser; thu idlu man of meeting one still was bis overseer or negro Ihjm whs there idler; friend of seeing distant friend; land, the property of Smith & Owings, of visiting in the county. C. C. Williams before him: his presence was usnecessu-ry- . blushing l'Jiyllis, come in to buy fresh Harrodsburg, trotted a mile in 2:2:1 over is on thu sick list. Haby Uice is very gentleman he was! This ribbons, of being followed through the thu half mile track at Danvillu Wednes low with catarrhal cramp. What For the past two years, at various day. In an hour afterward Mr. Owii was called earning ono's hread by the throng by anxious Corydou. And what, amid all this tumult of life iugs sold his half interest in him to K. times, the railroad agent at Corbin has brow? Ho sweat of his brow. Whow yawned. What sholild he do? One and affairs what of the Justice of the M. Hardin, of Harrodsburg. The price missed sums varying from $.1 to $S from thing he knew be would do Uike a good peace, whoso figure once towered up so paid was about $2,500. Paris Kentuck- his cash account. He mentioned the fact to Detective Wooster, who immedinap before dinner, l'erhapi he had bet finely? Alas! piitu outgrown, pushed iau. I. M. Dunn lought Saturday 1 pair ately set about to catch the thief. He ter ridu over to the blacksmith shop, aside and welluigh forgotten. The name However, there was nobody there. It of the day which once commemorated of grey mare mules, 10 hands high, from looked the case over and got a clue and was county court day. Tlio sky was j the oxerclse of his authority has wander-blu- It. L. alter for U2o. A. K. Hundley secreted himself in thu depot and watchsaddlu mare ed. When the agent was out doing soinu thu huu golden, the air delightful, ed away into another meaning. "Conn-th- e sold his unbeaten road broad and smooth, the gait of ty court day" no longer brings up in the to Nick Wathau, of Lebanon. She has work a brakeman, who had often lounghis lioise the very oetry of motion. He mind the inmgu of the central court-wou- ld shown live times and worn live blue tics. ed idiom the otlice, stepped up and ungo to the county court himself, houso and thu judge on the bench. It is Price S:o0. Spradley A Marick, of Nor- locked the safe and helped himself. On folk, Vu., shipped Thursday ltd head of his arrest he, confessed that he had learn.i There was really nothing eU. ! fore him' to bo greatly feared his noble type is wife would" want to go to, ami tlit t IK- - The stain of venality has soiled his harness and saddle hornes bought in this ed the combination two years ago by Glassand neighboring counties at prices rang- watching Mr. Hider unlock the safe. The children; so away they went, ho on homespun ermine and the trail of the ing from $:U)0 to $700. The total lot val- loss reaches probably $250. passed over Ids rough-hew- n in the family carriage, with or ldack 1'oinpey driving in front and yel-- ; bench. So thy new constitution of the ued at Sl.'i.OOO. It. W. Minor A Hro.sold Tobacco. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. harness geldlow Cusar tiding behind. The turnpike Commonwealth comes in, to make thu t'i same Jinn u reached the progress of our family car-- 1 autocratic ancient justice over into the ing, sired by Mambriuo Wallace, for $i.'0 William Kidd and Miss Martha riage is interrupted or quite stopped, for modern elective magistrate, and with the and an unbroke horso for $150. H. T. Ikdle llrock were married at Mr. Joe Adto close a great Calhoun sold to same a combined geld- ams', near Crab Orchard, Tuesday. there am many other carriages on the end of the I chapter of wonderful county com t days. ing forJIW. Advocate. road, all going In thu miiiu direction. Main and Somerset Streets. P. James Ijhiu Allen in Harr'a M.iga-blac- k Then l'u, growing impatient, orders CHURCH AFFAIRS. Side I'ockct Dool contain-IjVJT nQrP I A Tompey to drive out on one side, sine. . In? alotoffce Lilliof J. I'. IliiUy, Eld. Frank, of Ijincaster, is engaged three or lour note and other papers. A liberal whip up thu horses, pans the others, and id be paid for the aboe book aud papcri reward LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. in a protracted meeting at Hush Hrancli returned to me Oti I' Newland, Stanford. got ahead, bo an to escape from the clouds Dr. Weslev was called about 10 witli two additions to date. of white limestone dut, which M'ttles Itev. J. Hell Gibson writes from thick on thu velvet collar of pa's blue o'clock last night to Caskey's mill, eight ! ; miles from here, to attend a child of Lon that he will till his pulpit at cloth coat and In the delicate pink mam-. 1 .... , .. 1.1..1. i. .i i i the Christian Church iiextNindny morniiu'iiv bou feathers of jim's bonnet, which Pom-pe- y nynm-- j uiiiiii ii.Ki Iceil i... n.. muni. a. c. SINE J N. MENEFEE The cop.irtnerhip of McKobertt A: Stag,; ti by The reaper Death has been busy in ing. can't do, for thu faster he goes the mutual content diohedf Mr. htaps retlrlne, and ill hereafter he conducted by W II. Itev. J. M, Hruce will preach in the buitie faster the others go, making all the imlrc the Mt. Olive and Itich Hill tactions. McKobertt. '1 ho account Among those who have cro.cd the si- Mielby Couty Sunday next ami conseill be jointly collected and the dust, so that pa gets red in the face, and book ill be at the old stand, Dealers In- jumps up in the eat, and looks ready to lent rier lately may be mentioned thu quently there will be no preaching at to u can settle any day. We and llnucto udebted delre i.pros our tinctre thanks to our customers for their kind following A son of Mr. Joseph Hrown, his chinch at Crab Orchard. ght, and thrusts his head, out of the Yours truly, patronage I 'PI... I - ....!...! me .riieuuiini ui .1. . ri... McKOIIKRTS & STAOO window and knocks nil" his hat; and ma a child of George Elmore, Mrs. Jane 5J inu i.ueii ureeK will meet at looks nervous and black Pom pey and Durham, wife of James Durham, near Predestiimrian-HaptN- t yellow Cesar both look white with dust Mt. Calvery, Sophus Hastin's wife, Capt. Walnut Flat church on Friday befoie BX.X3XTDS Thomas WaUou, near Itich Hill, Hettie thu Second Saturday in September. Preparatory Dspartment of Centre Colls je. and fear. t Mouldings, and Scroll Work, Itev. George O. Harnes, the mounHesides Sallyers and Win. Godby's wife, near A tural cavalcade indued! A Mt. Olive. giil of Jell' tain evangelist, has been engaged by thu thu carriages, buggies, horsemen nud Next Session will Begin Sept. 11, there aio long droves of stock Huicas was pronounced by the attending friends of thu Central Gospel mission, Cedar and Locust Posts. iour) of study, both Knslish and being hurried on townid the town-hund- reds physician a few days since to have hy- Louisville, to deliver Ids lectures, "The i "l,l. Pull liHiruotuMi erei.ially aduptcd topre s We wiu carry a tuil sto k of evciythiujf found in a Lumber Yard. Lost Tribes" and "The Vanished Seen- - pare young men lor the hmhin.in Cls A uhrr- of them, Hy the time they drophobia. A. C. SINE, Ilukiocss Manager. eiiuc.ttion lurnohcd to anions who There me lively times in Liberty ter," for the benefit of the mission. Tlievi aij.iiKiunuci iretl t.kei the ilmsicill eourte. Trm come together in the town they will bo nt.iy mil Traders, lirsrmen and JAMKs II. WALTON. Principal, In- - will take place in the First Christian as usual this week. The -- .,.....-... 'many iiiuiirt.M.a. For is not this the men ot tlie, counties Dam tile, Ky 33 ofManon llole, LiiiCMti, Litirr.ttd and W'asliitiL'- tlntv generally makes things that way church, Sept. 2 and l, and tickets are great stock market of the WrM.nnd does., ton will find all the news relaiin; to matters of in Good Uouie and Lot at Maywood. Suitable for I not the whole South look from its rich! iiieivare oi luacneis in attendance m now being disposed of at the mission. I terest to tnein in inc doctor or teacher G od school-houon lot. V UwAJLJjJ the leading paper of Apply to II. L. hTtfHENSON, addition to thu big guns from abroad. plantations and cities up to Kentucky for Central Kentucky, issued luvsdayaud 4 Maywood, Ky. DEATH'S DOINGS. each weel.,ptr'ear heni 5c cents and try It our fain! Among the distinguished ones we note bacon and mules? Addrsss 1!. O. IJoyle, llusinuss I stable. No. 51 for three inontle. Mrs. I.ticinda Van.Vrsdale died at and lmo leased the old U. It. Jones Have ri'litted Manager, Danille, Kj. (Ioch nt last fi.-- l to town, nml tl, following l'rof. Milton ICIliot, of ly cnrrinKo is Ga. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. 5 t.oyd street, Atlanta, 1:lllot Ititute, Klrksville; l'rof. Ii. C. lier home near Hiistonuille, Tuesilny, of and remodeled the stable, making them the best is t out in tlio Htn-i'tiiIouk with miiny appointed in this section for the stock trade. I All persons wishing a pleasant life and well ' UM onnnl Insti cancAT. Her remains wete interred in cordially solicit the patronage of uiy friends and oojior otliiTit to Mock mi tin' liiihsway ucconl-- 1 Mcl"-,,"pleased wife let them use Patent Flour made at of the tute, Daleaville, Missipii; l'rof. J. M. the cemetery at Ilustonville Wednesday of all former customers in the stabl:, Mr. I.uren Stanford Roller Mills. Call far it at your groiiiK to the custom. , to Jones will assiit me bulncs A. M. Fcland has ) good Milk Cows for sale, all cery, and if they have not got it on hand, urge J K. REDD. Tlio town Is packed. It looks ns llulihnrd, of .Stnnfonl Fomnlo College, after a short talk by Kid. W. L. Wilthoroughbred .Shorthorns, withcaltcs io das old, them to keep it, or get an order from them and get anil hero on yesterday. Among the liams. though ly Homo vrnit Huction Hyatcm it wits haing had cairus within 34 hour, of each other. and it at the.MilllamilyI will guarantee a pleasant interesting from abroad are Misses Claudia o3 V N. I'OTTS, Superintendent. Little Houston, the A good chance to get a goad co.v and a thoroughson of hail with ono exercise of force tlrtiwn nil COMMISSIONER'S SAUE bred bud calf cheap. Also have some nue young the country ijfe into iteolf. Tlio poor Dryo and Maggio Fryo from Unulfords-ville,a- nd Mr. C. K. Gentry, of Wichita, Kansas, bulls ready for service. Mrft. Mollio Krye, from died at the home of his grandmother, A. M FliLAXD, dumb creatures, nathereil in from peace 3; The females in attendance are Mrs. Mary C. Gentry, Tuesday morning, Stanford. Kv. ful lioldH, nml crowded nrotiml the Valuable Lincoln County Land. ROWLAND, rh'., iiamisomo and intelligent. The of typhoid fever, after a shoit illness. house, send forth, each nfter its kind, a JTW L&.jTm omowlint variegated. There TIe remains were interred in BuHalo Dealer In--Dry ganeml outerv of horror nn.l despair nt "",lt;s u Lincoln Circuit Court. IecIiiieiMi lotli physically Spiiu' Cemetery, Wednewlay morning. Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps the tumult of tlie scene nml' tlio iinlui-- ! are Sarah Cook's Admr , I'lff , v. Sarah Cook's Mrs., LARGE ROAN' COW with RED NECK and and mentally;'tliough some are on the Ac , Defts., and S R Cook's Tr., I'lff.. vs.S.K. white back, marked with two slits in thu left ear nLMiiabh. mvsterv of their own fate. Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Queens-warA nward of 51,000 will be ollered Cook's Crs., &c, Dclts. Taken up by Mrs Jose Elmore abuut May it, Bcmbby onler. You can't expect too Tinware, Furniture and a The quite oveitlow into tho i&to, anu ii,ueii ivucuik much bulk from those raised in the for the arrest and apprehension of tho lly irtueofa judgment of the Lincoln Circuit anil 301. s aitieo ueiurc me I uy July 1, 11380. his Elmore at J. General Line where they take possesion of thu side- blackberry and corn region. Some look parties who tried to blow up tho Leader Court at its March tenn, Hi), I will on Groceries, HUGH SBAKlih.' I, J V. L i.l Fancy' Candies, Canned Goodj, &c. walks, nml debar entrance nt private res like they haven't been long from tlio oilice at Lexington with dynamite. All kinds of Produce taken in exilian je for good. Itobert and Alfred Moore, brothers, idences. Xo stock pens wanted then; apron string, Among the (inter features :.. CRESS 1889, ' t,l tlio political bias of living at Mt. Croghan, S. C, quarreled now. If a to wit louialnti'K none wanted the teavliers. Thete are .Vi male teach- - about a woman. Knives wete .drawn ngaitiht these stock s.ilen 01ii the fcr..,.t! ,, ro)Ui,ii(,IIm nml H,x ,lL.mocn,t8 thereabout, on and used freely, Itobert stabbing Alfred At it o'clock a. in. or bidder at publicthe premises lnif sell to the highest outcry nml puts up pens on the outskirts, lliereare.il lemiiles, "JO of them demo-cuit- s in thelieart, killing him instantly. Mt. Vernon, Ky. ami o republicans. On Tuesday Two TrcictB of Valuable Form Land, Htraightwny tho stock: is taken to some Tho last spike on the Louisvillo lingo other placo null tho town is punished for night n for crowd met at tlie Christian Southern road between Lexington ami Described as follows, The first Tract conchurch the purpose of debating the the great Tyrone bridge was driven Wed- tains 134 Acres nf good Land nnd has on it a good Coat and 1 unber Lands and Fur mi for sale Cor m its airs by a decline in its trade. frame dwelling home often rooms, with allliniiition that wu should nave a y 44 nesday. It is expected that the bridge cellars and brick spring in the county, also a chaly- reponucne schutcu. i . and best j:--?.As the day ilriurs near noon, tlio title education law in Kentucky, will be completed by the L'oth inst. beate spring on the place. of life is at the Hood. All mixed in with l'rof. Noel wn called to the chair. Mrs. second contains COMPANY Judge W. L. Pierce, of the Superior Thebottoms, Tract watered, a$4 Acres, monlyd well rie-nnlies upon .loliiixou. Mro. I.ucv Stuiiliiv mwt. Court of California, while talking the tossing horns and nimble heels of J.C. Sadie to an- rierhas upon it two tenant houses, new the and crib Mies l.' Noel were appointed indues. man in the street, was shot in San large new barn, also a large youni; apple orchard tlio terrilled, distressed, Dr. W. L. I..wiler, It. K. Hector, A. 1). other .0 . .ur-A- : Iih Innd lie on and is lirt-clatannine laud. people. Above tho level Noel ami Mnrshall Wilson advocated tho Fiancisco, by ". S. Clondenning, against a comity road, in beasts, nro the oi a mile of Slanlonl '.UlAUREAsVI dewhom Judge A-- 1'retii.liersville turnpike, In a good neighbor i n. cision in his l'ierco had rendered a of these is the discordant choir of shrill-- 1 alllrinative and John M. Owens. .Ml court recently. Clonden- IioikI, close to schools nnd churches. These lands fPIUS iirejiaration.without l H'nry Thomas the nega- a are voiced auctioneers on horseback. At MK'"',.v ning shot his victim hi tho back and are known as bywhole . the Muses C'.ok tarm and (i, Sfus0g imiiry.removcs Frook- - 4, lumndiMl Dix Ricr, the lands of Dawd - " wounded him seriouslv. i'Pim-nlo- s, the corners of tho streets .itui."- ioa, liivor-Molo- a, rcppies, win i.ncke),,c. baid lands will first bo offered separately and Blnck-Hoadlong-careSunburn and doctors in curious hats nud then as a whole nnd the bid realitmg the mott You Cannot Afford j Tan. A few applications will render the The Pride of Woman. money will bo declared. lecture to eager groups on maladies and Sale will be made on a credit of it and moat stubbornly red skin soft, etnooth and TermsAt this season of the year to he without a iod re, Kvcry Itinerant philanthropic cures. ,!Si is mouths, purchaser being required to execute white. Viola Cream is not a paint or j i liabt v diarrhoea baltatn in the house, us cramps-colibond with approved security, bearing interest at r vender of notion and nostrum in the dark, grea.y, jciloworbJouhtdskin can re.t a.-- 1 per cent, per uni.um from date until powdertocoverdefects, but a remedy to cuie. the rato-ofdiarrhoea and all Inflammation of the stom- paid, parable to the Commlsnuner ami with a lieu It ii superior to all other preparations, and is there; evety wandering ,urcJ ,nal i11"" Wooii i out of order. A few dea country-sid- e ach nnd bowels ure exceedingly dangerous if not reserved upon the land until nil 01 tli nurchass is guaranteed to of nrSB give satisfaction. At drug-pist- a I'urlfitr & iuod Maker w.u re--1 ""d money is paid, and having the force nnd effect of e Italian humor or musician of anv kinl, niovo the causa and tho attended to at once. Olio bcttla of Uejgs' or rnallcd for 60 contn. Prepared br skin will become a judgment U. M. D IsnN. llalsam will do mora go d in cases of tho ' lie bllt n SlghtlOrti ild.ller, who brings transparent Try It, n,l noreivn G- ol c. U l i 5i'4t & " desiring to see e lands j TOI.F.DO. OHIO. A, Utn.l thanAany other medicine on earth. We guar- or Anv one Alex Itoklnson, Lunatcr, will (ill on forth with poor unison of voice and , ft.wK; riruut!" address antee, it. Ky R. Penny Dri'KJist For Sale at McRnherta & 'tayj's, Stanford, Kyi Wnr. linlf-centiirox-dra- SUJWMEtfG AT fad-wa- be-iiit- lf broad-brinune- T. R. WALTON'S ; n t ' well-to-d- White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Ice Cream, $c M AS0N'SrWTRE-T0- to-da- o FRUIT JARS Gums. e, Sealing Wax and Jar Scythes, Snaths and Whet .Stones. e, Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stock embraces dy-Hl- ur Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, ware, Queensware, Confections, Cigars, half-centu- ry T. H. "WALTON. -- J. Burton, Cleric. ' rg DISSOLUTION SINE & fVIELMEFEE, ..I. ROUGH AiTO DEESSED LUMBEH, ! 3Si.SH, 3DOGR5 EJSTi Brackets Laths, Shingles, Etc., PATENT WIBB AUD SLAT FENCE, fitst-cla- t) Cla-sua- modi-rate- . FARMERS, FOR SALE OR RENT. se To Stools Traders. JJ li-f- "i FOR SALE! 3t ") ''"-'rai- iy .... litis-tonvill- c. ES T e, v of -- "1i: Tuesday, August 20, & MARET, REAL ESTATE AGENTS lt: com-imbor- w m Ammii'ffj. f lialf-madile- s 1 tt&mmm B, sy m I long-hairc- d & ! ' tZ? """"ww oS -- Bsksa KJj. 1 c, LEXINGTON.KY. t f Diar-liro- V i th-s- o. nxrrrrisiijz . co., j i.s.? '. t.,'v-iNL'- JaIM 3, teirl sriH1 S Ly . .4.' V fi (. faff 'Ijpww wv - T" ? -- r - 1 I. Ljl, soil sees no earthly cjianco for a reward for his labors. Down tho PonliiBula from Richmond to the sea coast is this especially true, even tho staple "gooper Stanford, Ky.,, August 16, 1880 pea" crop proving almost a failure. I learn that tho prospect is better in the interior, or Kentucky would havb to divide the nbundanco oMier store with the old mother she has so far outstripped in the inarch of progress mid development. NOTES ON A VIRGINIA TRIP. Semi-Weekly Interior journal W. P. WALTON. f i I IIS . . ft Caps, be new Goods Asnn annihilater of time and space, The lingerer by the ceaside has an opto the F. F. V. of the Chesapeake & Ohio portunity for studying the anatomy of tal of $iro,ooo. month, takes not only the cake, but the entire tho female form divine not vouchsafed disi7i stock, without, rcQara, to cost, We At Dawson, this State, the boiler of bakery and the eook besides. The ini- to the average land lubber. Hut explan Thomas Anderson fc Co.'s stave factory stoch pose We do tials do not stand for the First Families ations arc not always in the nature of nn exploded, killing James Jackson and sefor the Fast Flying Vir- agreeable surprise. The percentage of of Virginia, but riously injuring 0 others. ginian, and it is no misnomer. It is women who strip well is not as large as At Paris, Dan Brooks, colored, was composed entirely of magnificent Pull- one who sees them in beautiful fined S100 and sentenced to jail for one man Palaces, including a dining cir, is attire would imagine, if those who dis- year for whipping Allen Gaines, another vestibuled from "eend to eend" and is port themselves in the biiny waves at colored man, for voting tho democratic said to be the tlnest train in the world. tho Hygeia represent the average of ticket. to glue get pj'ices before elsewhere. The one I took had 10 cais, requiring theirsex. There are few Kentucky laMrs. Margaret Wallace died at Phil be Calicoes weeh yen d, qc engines to pull them and dies here, however, or tho thing would two massive adelphia from the effects of bums reue the way it How was sutllcient to make be different. Clad in gorgeous costumes, ceived by the explosion of an oil lamp t)u. wvifjouto the capillary substance upon the sum- enhanced by all the cunning of the best Chevoils She, worth, best Alathrown at her by her husband, who was mit of a timid man's cranium stand on art, most any woman is a drinking. bama. 7 he, best "worth 12hc; end like quills on a fretful porcupine. I Venus in fiirure, but when the surf, The lumber used in the scailbhl best ooc: good Sea. Cotton SO nm not much of that kind of a man, so I which is no respecter of persons, searchwhen John Brdwn was hung Dec. 2, be goods $1. low. enjoyed being dashed along tangents es out the hidden parts, the metamor- 1&V., has been purchased by James B. and swung around curves at the average phosis is. not inviting. Tho billowv bos Colt, of Washington, who will place It in rate of 40 miles an hour. There is every om no but in its stead a a dime museum. convenience that heart could wish and flat, if not a sunken, chest, while poor litTwo Philadelphia newspaper men the table is supplied with every delicacy tle misshapen limbs leave tho beholder who allowed n physician to experiment and substantial that can be called for. to wonder how they carried all tho fur- on them with the elixir No stop3 are made for meals or anything belows and finery of last night. But, of life, are laid up with fever and severe else, hardly, for that matter, as can be dear reader, they are not all that way by pains and are badly scared over the matwe sell. seen when it is told that leaving Lexing a jug full, and that is why I smile. There ter. 0:30 r. m., I was dashed a good nre women here who can give Hart's ton at At Newark, N. J Thomas Collins ways through Kentucky, across the en- Woman Triumphant several in the game attempted to outrage a girl during the tire State of West Virginia and far into and then doubly discount her in perfec night, and inflicted a horrible wound up' the Mother State by early breakfast next tion of form and figure. The dear crea- on her. When cautured he declared ho morning. The train is a daisy and no tures know how lovely they are and rig was a somnambulist and knew nothing mistake, and the traveling public is themselves in suits to en- of the atfair. showing its appreciation of the enter- hance their loveliness. It is worth sevThe Hungarian miners in the Main St., O. manageM. SAI.IXGEK, prise displayed by the O. eral dollars an hour to sit on the beach Pa., coke region, who have ment by extending a patronage which nnd watch their antics and several more been drinking and acting badly for the tests to the limit the capacity of its roll- to go down with them into the billows, past few days, have quieted down, for Sharp has a majority of 2t,S12 in which ever and anon roll their white- - the present, nt least, and armed men are ing stock. the 110 counties heard from. 'crested heads about their yielding fig guarding against an outbreak. Five condemned murderers nre in One of the loveliest little resorts in the ures. It makes my old mouth water to A inspector finds that the New York Tombs, sentenced to die a Virginia mountains is Cold Sulphur look at them and causes my old heart to Denny, postmaster at Boone-villi- week from next Friday. fluid bub- envy the yonng bloods who dance at Springs, where the Intl., stole $0,oo;i.lS from the Govof It is now said that the total W. P. W. bles forth as cold us if it had just left the tendance to them. ernment and $4,000 from the postmaster's property by the recent fire at Spokane Arctic regions. It is beautifully located bondsmen The Falls will not exceed $5,000,000. If there is a county in the State that funds.compelled postmaster'sdeficit. Ami ndinirublv kent bv its owners, the Is Receiving His were to pay the ,ias n r'Kllt bo Proutl of its several A passenger train went through a yxre cl fits, who cater to the wants Craigs, has refused Gov. Foraker, of Ohio, trestle near Mt. Vernon, Ind. A niim-- l of their patrons in an unusually agreea- - representatives it is surely old Lincoln, to issue a warrant for the extradition of ber of persons were seriously injured. is made up I" the first place she is in the ble manner. The crowd m-:-t lom district, which is acknowledged Iiichanl Carroll, Superintendent of the Kenning, ra., 10 tramps cm n uooas warranted ana a Perfect fit Guaranteed, of Richmond, A'a., people, Oivo him a Trial Queen it Crescent railroad, who is wantthough there, are representatives from the country over ns represented by one ed by Gov. Lowry, of Mississippi, as an ircigm muni in uiree purif, poized the train men, robbed a calxxseande-capemany other quarters, and a more conge- -' of the ablest and best men in the State Sullivnn-Kilraiprize fight. In her State aider iu the Stephen Harris, n negro of 100 or more could j Gov. James B. McCreary. nial, happy party Heavy storms of wind and rain hnvo serving a life sentence, committed hardly be gotten together. My only sis- - Senator she has Hon. Robert J. Breckin-te- r done much damage in Kaiwas and Neand friends of earlier days make rldgc, n bright man and a born parlia-i- t braska. Many bridges were washed suicide in the JefiVirsonville peniten.... .... tiary. indescribably attractive to me and but mentarian, while her legislator, Hon. .S tu,r ' ' dJwe.uch at Scrofula, I Ifert, I'lrrratcJ Thtott, Warren, is unexcelled in accomplish-he- re awav and several railroad trains had to Secretary Noble says that tho Pen- wi ." ..'.".".'.? VlLP""!'1 . A business, I could linger . in ail Itt ... ID il for inexorable I'ric ti cr tonic . . II A llfll.N It! - I Uk t. Ik. .u. ..i. tiazrt. ... . rii,." . .i. be abandoned. In the neighborhood of sion OHice investigation istobe thorough ;r.w'r.v",.7ii ,?:: " :. v." ,n". ,,ob "' it civ.t k.M ,,,,,,yPr.u " the rest of the dog days. Pretty unente and unequnlled in ability. He Lincoln, Neb., nearly 500 houses were "Y" "u PM. " W " m.tclM talK and honest, and there will be no white- ana r,rrou. ilMVni iWc. $i women abound in charming luxuriance, wil bo a big figure in the next House .Jl"MV,l','"',, Wt!'M ,SVKL''' " maJeol thr belt worm WUIert and flooded. Vmwh to the washing. rteurf,mnJ' ",f making us all glad wo are living and j and will make this grand old country a ' I" llottlc e and I'm. .5 Dr. Alexander Brown Mott, the etui The exports of domestic cotton from causing those of my age to sigh for the representative, such as her good people of the surgeon, son the United States during the month of .Minufj. lured nJ Icr tale to the or some other Elixir of have wanted for many years. Political-Lif- nent physician nnd rd iradr by tf e their youth like ly speaking we nre "in town" and if still more famous late Dr. Valentine July amounted to 50,855 bales, valued nt that shall renew Mott, died yesterday from pneumonia, $2,0l(),:il0. WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., AVUliniUHliur Ky. the eagle's and make existence an eter- - there ever was a time when we consider-na- l after but two days' illness at his country Jiuues Corbit. a prominent qnd weal spring of joy. One charming little edit an honor t) speak of this ns our residence, near Yonkers, N. V. He w ns thy farmer living near Newcotuerstown, blonde alone is enough to set hundreds home county it is surely at the present 04 years old. O., committed suicide by hanging himof masculine hearts to palpitating. At when defeat is forgotten and "in the Gov. Seay, of Alabama, proposes to self to n bedpost. all times a very vision of loveliness, she soup" is unknown. punish Calh'oun nnd Williamson for du Near Aberdeen, Miss., a negro who a real inspiration of beauty, was Thehe are indications that the race elling in his State and is preparing req- wns foiled in attempting to outrage a with a faultless figure, attired in a suitof for Congress next year in this district uisition papers on Gov. Gordon, of Geor- young lady, was hanged promptly by a delicate green, with trimmings and stock-- will be a breezy affair. Major W. II. gia. The latter has signified that he will mob of neighbors. ings to match (I caught sight of the lat- Thomas, Hon. Boyd Winchester, Hon. give the men over to Gov. Seay. The Jake Kilraln was arrested yesterday ter as I passed her sitting at her cottage A. G. Caruth, Hon Albert Willis and penalty is two years in the penitentiarat Baltimoroon n requisition from Gov. door reading, and gently tapping her ti "on- Charles D. Jacob are all spoken of. yLowry. He will bo taken at once to nv loot, encased in russet shoe, on the Let us have an open field and The Arlington, n largo anil finely Purvis, Miss., for trial. afar fiirht, floor), she was n picture of such ravish- i . without any jealousy or bickenn- g.- equipped hotel at Blue Lick Springs, ,. While intoxicated, W. W. Haines a inir beautv iiiai mo k"s ineiuseiveu Louisville Times. What's the matter burned nt o'clock Tuesday morning. bookmaker's clerk, was shot and fatally and worship. A face of with entering might fall down the race yourself, Bro. Lo- - The guests had a narrow escape from rare comeliness, set off with sparkling rrnti? fl'ittial. tl... fl.s....,t., nf .lilt.... .1... being burned to death. The only acci- wounded by Taylor Herbert, the turn-' " 'T " key at tho Covington police station. eyes, a rosebud mouth, from which soil and do honor alike to yourself and dent was a bad fall sustained by Thomas : pearly teeth, a The Harrodsburg Savings savs Mr. of ,taki ten insurcountry by succeeding Mr. Caruth to a Gregory, of Paris. Lo. Cinnm W U'lwiiitt.iv ilo.wl 70 , Irii-i- l tin. ......,., . surmounting n VW.J.V head, Vat in Congress. We'll stand by von ance $10,000. tresses, elixer of life and had and vivacious and winsome to a nm, fie The man arrested at Liredo on sus- restored to him his speech as well as Ids ',. ed degree, it is no wonder that . even a ways by the scheming politicians, . picion of being Tascott is a lability to walk. staid old Benedict is captivated in spite son of Mr. Andrew Dolphin, of Topeka J. . lwiulolpli, claiming to be a himself, especially since his wife is 1,- of iT 6ecms t0 be the general impression Kansas. Mr. Dolphin received a disBaptist pieachcr, died at his boarding 000 miles away. But I am poaching on that the package of dynamite sent to D. Will keeprconstantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture patch from nn older son, n train dispatchFalcon's preserves when I make the fu- - T. Baxter, at the leader office, Lexing- - er at Marshal, Texas, stating that his hoif-- in Nashville. He claimed to be tile attempt to paint a woman of such ton, was only a lot of resin and sawdust, brother had telegraphed him nnd ho was l from Ilrady, Michigan, but theteleginius and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in tho cities. Givo me a trial and you will be'eon-vince- d wondrous charms, and will desist, tho' prepared and sent to thnt office bv one going on to taredo to secure his release. to that point were unanswered. W, II. Km ii. ear, an alleged philanthat I sell lower than the lowest. anybody who knows her agrees with mo 0f the force to make a startling item for Atlanta, Ga., has been greatly ex- thropist and keeper of a New York boardthat I am at home with one of tho pret- - that day's publication. The Lexington negroes pro- ing house, which he called t'o Unsvcta-riaTranscript in speaking of it says: "The cited over a report that the tiest women on God's green earth. " posed to make further demonstration Houiu for aged persous, has been "dynamite" was made in Ramsey'a paint Otmllea the th rtett, JJ hour, qulclteit bet. Near Cold Sulphur are the Victoria fahop, and the Leader peoplo are not over tho postoflice matter. Over 1,000 indicted for cruel treatment to hih inTuesmates. Turnace and Iron Mines, built by an KOod enough liars to keep from laughing heavily armed whites assembled New Or- day night, but Gov. Gordon, appealed to son of John Steele, a A ll.year-olEnglish company nt n cost of $1,300,000, at their own yarn." by the negroes, made a speech and per Jessamine county farmer, had a steel MKrarcireni and now operated by a Columbus, O., KmireTraini Run Through Without Change. company of capitalists, under tho name j Col. E. Polk Johnson nnnounces his suaded tho whites to disperse, promising, i,0lt imbedded in his skull by being of the Virginia Iron Co. Everything is candidacy for Public Printer. He has that tho municipal authorities would thrown from a wagon. He is not yet THROUGH CAR SERVICE. dead, but the chances are against his re on tho most colosal scale and the capac-- , filled, most admirably, the unexpired preserve peace. At Lathrop, Cal., a breakfasting sta- coveiy. South Ilomiri -- Traill No i, Pullman lloudoir Duff, term of Dr. John D. Woods and will very L'OO tons of ity of the furnace ia nearly et Meetilni; Cart, Cincinnati to Sew Urleaui ,,.... n..1 ua . .... ....... ...... .. . .1 1'iv.vuwij fill ti.., . Seven hundred men struck Tuesday 1I1U (.uiiipiiiiy uji-- i uiiu rlrtl'l l.lt. mi niv; ......fr iiiiii (.naiuiimii ninny tion for the Southern Overland train, Shrevrport llliy. ml iicii pig Trim No. j, IVIman lloudoir liufTet Sleerlnir Suat a Pittsburgh iron mill, lather than operates a narrow gauge railroad to its more as he desires. He is tho brainiest Judge Terrv slapped United States Cart Clncinn! to New Orleant and Cincinnati iron. The prosto lacktoiirillennil Knonvillc. Sleeper M. I.ouU wines of 12 miles, which is equipped and most popular man in the Stato and preme Judge Stephen J. Field in the face work toNcwOrluni via M,,v O, workwill do the Commonwealth further lion- - over on old grudge. Deputy U. S. Mar- pects are that 0,000 window-glascomforts with passenger cars nnd other rwratf shal David Nngle, who was sitting near ers will strike in lVniisylvanin soon, tho Condentcd Schcduhs in Effect March ji, iSS "We mention tho Victoria more especial- - or by filling the oflieo ho seeks, Judge Field, drew his pistol and shot manufacturers refusing to accede to a ly for the purpose of thanking one of its The press over tho State is making Judge Terry tl.rmi.li tin. lmirI.. Tin. ' demand for higher wages. ILK AD DOWN. ItlCWD TJJ owners, UOI. pniHK neeier, mm wiu su l.ll.... ...U .., A. IV he iminmes cause of the trouble was the imprison- TRainb mii in A drop of tho fluid made from the l"""""' Mr. Mniroon. for l.Milv an- " ! JV"-""--"N'o 4 No, 3, of the Press Association held at Owens No 7. o 1. t No. j. .No. 1, No. 4. No. 6. inent for contempt of court of Judge Kinnds of a sheep killed three hours .!.. ir.,1 nm.4lkLjlflCI STATIONS. With an invited Dally. Dailv. t Haiti Daily. I.im. Dailv W.mt .bow, wi,id.wMBottn m. of. by Judge Field some ten months ' fort?( . I.irn. iKx. bun. Daily. l.im. fomi(i 0 microscopic examiim-ago- . Mill. Dally. 'Ex. Llm. Dally. W" ertlly, Bentlcmen, Trouble has been looked for since tj0 to i,0 jV(, with thousands of Jmcilll, 17 a m 03 pmj 800pm 7 33 a mil. ve ,. .(wincinnali ... .A'rv 6 40 a ni 6 4a pm 10 13 a in 1 30 p m VsTn an excursion "over the! lh;nk ' HiiatnMown .Ive 5 13 a m1 9 " 3 47Pm 930pm a 30 a in 31 p m your nnd trust tho little this was done, the parties are all prom-- 0( ti,0 kintl supposed to produce tnber-ine,i ... w. .i.,.i-.f...Georgetown,,, i. 4 10 a in 1039 a m 7 oj p m'1039 pin 7 14 a in 11 38 p m roau uiiu .i iiiiuiik" .Lexington ., 3 4S a m 4 ISPm ti Jipm 7 33 m 1035 pm 10 5 a m book will remind you of as pleasant an otlicials and excitement runs high cuiog;s This is the Dr. 700a m n 10 p m I.011 s. U, K. mines from which the iron ore is obtain occasion as it does us. Vf Arr. through tho entire State. I,ve. Ilurgin Arr eHxir. ed nnd in many ways commended them-Be- l an armed ia jipm 8 43 pm utiitm 11 17 am I.ve While trying to disperse Arr Unrein 5J a m1 3 lop m 5 jo a 10 30 pm -- An attempt to blow up tho Lexing-grateful consideration. We ves to our AS a m pin Danville....: NEWS CONDENSED. Sjoa m 0 p m loly of negroes who had assembled Il 30 pm 9 59 P m 1116 am it 45 a m I .Junction City., lop m 1130am ton Leader nnd its entire force, iuclud-- 1 iitimi a 53 a m 3 jo a m 10 31 pm jo got back at midnight, in timo to seo the a 03 a m 00 pm Somcrtct 300pm oj a in 15 p in 0 30 a m Owensboro is to have a free delivery ing correspondent D. T. Baxter, was around tho jail at Jacksen, Tenn., Po- 6 50 pm Oaldale as a rn 4 13 am welted metal run out, and got ns near n 9 33 pin 13 u m 4 35 a m 8 75 a in 640P m Ar'v. Chattanooga, ,.1,'ve 0 10 pm 7 33 a m o4 a m. made at Lexington Tuesday. Somo un-- Hceuiun Thomas Gaston was fired upon 1000 pm glimpse of shcol ns I over rtcpect to real- of tho mails. m j 00 p m, ,'ve.Ch.ittiuooca. Ar'v 9 ion 7 35 m a 00 a m' 03 pm 9 49 p in Atlalla.., m Frederick Schmel, of Baltimore, kill- Acrunuloiis crank sent to that olllco a nnd riddled with buckshot. Six negroes 4 47 ize. P m 11 43 pm.L've... Ilirmincham., 3 3 00 pm 300pm ed himself nt his wife's grave. iMieknco of dvnamite. neatly done up. lve been captured nnd should Gaston OOD p m I 30 a m ' uscaloota.,, oj am II 33 pin, 445am Ar v.. ..Meridian..,, ,I.'ve looip in floor of a saw mill gave way at arranged so as to go off when opened, die, a wholesale lynching party is prob- The a mill 00 a m Ar'v... New Orlcant,, .lve It is well that the Virginians can say 630 nr 335pm 13 s 10 a m i.'ve...... .Meridian .Ar'v 9 40 pm truthfully that the Chesapeako ifc Ohio Chattanooga, nnd 8 persons wero seri- Luckilv for Mr. Roberts, the editor nnd able. 6 iop m Jackion .... .Ar'v ....i 910am 1,'ve Slugger Sullivan, Referee Fitzpntrick, his corps it failed to doits work and no through tho State on one of its poor- ously injured. in 13 am lve....Vickburjr, .. ... 400pm iuns 4 35 pin l,'c ,.. 1003 a m Monroe Bud Reunnd and others were before A gun, capablo of discharging 1,000 damage was done. Tho work is believed est ridges, else the traveler would be g.lJpiii Ar'v. ..Shreveport .... (mam forced to concludo that a fnmlne would balls per minute, haB been invented by to have been caused by the hot light tho Judge Terrell's court at Purvis, Miss., Hound: Train No. a, Pullman lloudoir lluflet Sleeping Can, New Orleani to Cincinnati' nnd it is understood that the North. Leader made against Mulligan, democrat, Tuesday Bhortly be abroad in tho land. Tho soil an Indiana man. Shreveport to Chattanooga, Eastern twine men hnvo a echemo in tho recent legislative race, but Mr. grand jury, which reported Wednesday Train No 6, I'ullmanlloudclr lluffct Sleepine Cars New Orlennl to Cincinnati. naturally unproductive and whnt few is iramno. s, I'uiimauiiouaoir ana I unct .Mtcpinc uar Chattanooga to (Jincinati and Slrrpert bill against tho Boston a Sleeper from Knoxville to crops appear along tho road have been on foot to corner all the Kentucky hemp Mulligan is confident at neither Mr. has found true lo Cincinnati, via W. A A. nnd E. T , V. W. WOOM.EV.Trar Pa., Agt. Lexington Kv completely drowned out by tholong con- and increase the price of twine to nn ex- Mulligan nor his pnrty'a wish to injure bruiser for prize fighting, assault and JOHN C.GAULT, General Manager, FltANK D G. KUWAIIDS, Gen'l and Tkl. Agt! battery and gambling. Cincinnati ,Ohio. him. tinued rains, till tho patient tiller of the tortionate figure $-cball-roo- m 4 A Paris court has found Boulanger guilty of embezzing public funds. Dr. James L. Cabell, senior member of tho faculty of tho University of Virginia, died Tuesday. Thomas McRoberts received from Michigan Tuesday rn pair of Chester White Bhoats, which lie will introduce in this section. The Controller of tho Currency hns authorized the State National Bank of Frankfort to begin business, with a capi- MUST CLOSE OUT! What remains "of our immense stoch of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Swes, Our Hats, coining in Trunks, Carpets, . will Fall and in order make room for same will sell during the of August must any arncie our immense and prices will it. of our surplus Offer Genuine Bargains For Cash All And only ash you us a call and buying will sold this at per including jridigo Blue, ixinyiiams iruu soia ar,oc per yara, jjuuu(j tuu.iufccd(ui, reduced from ic; Columbia at 12lc; Plaids at worthier; American Sateens 8c, French Sateens 20c, worth Island uards for will sold correspondingly All our other longer-appear- s, Brown-Sequar- Now Is Your Time to Buy, For must you want auy bargains call d AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Stanford. Manager. ' many-colore- d e, M. Co BUPUBY, -! pot-ou"ic- e -, life-givin- g lo-- s j MERCHANTTAILOR FALL AND I congres-principall- y WINTER GOODS.' I ; i d. n wife-murder- The Great Remedies w I t. f umi ,r lli, """""" ' Browu-Sequa- e, !" tdlt,. med-p- er j SEW FURNITURE STORE! MA'UJ(.v to-da- y I 1 HUFFMAN VmWo - J 1 .ni, "'"' well-sbape- d I I I I ..-- -- r- -, Brown-Sequar- d .,,,' ' ( . -- j 4: n rSWraWSM d Cincinnati mid leans. ' ..... IV Q s Lrr: r 7i. .. .".?:.i i.,l..t. - r- - r - "J "ikh ( ' TiffsNwrnr 1 ry otat , I I w-- I , i 4 5.1 i,ii or 1 nt Brown-Sequar- d j 1 111 H 1 1 1 1 11 1 4 -- 1 1 fe..r 1 4 . ' JacJt-nvll- le -- - , M . vl ;' &&&!&,, lLi$- - Ifc,'. r T ? V " ft 2 r, 9 ,v Lr L T S - j :i t NS. 9 If'- S 8rf it fy Misr N'AN.sir. Maiuih will bo at home tiated on what wns essential in teaching THE'CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. to her friends on evening at the advanced classes. Messrs. Wife, Established 1810. A full nnd csperiertced err of Teachers Classical, scientific and elect-h- e 8:110. Chappell and Tanner and Misses Tliur-- j courses of itudy. Location healthful and accessible. Superior advantages for a liberal and thoriiiond, Dodds, Perkins and Gover joined ough education. Kifined Christian homes. Increased endownment nnd enlarged Faculty for coming year. For catalogue and other information, npplvto George Middlcton heartily in the discussion which followed. Stanford, Ky. August 1(5. 1889 The ilctiot lint been painUM nInpnlu The two nejjrocs, who npsnultcd W. O YOUNO, D. D , Prostdont, Danvlllo, Ky. tlie nml Ike Hubble, Jim Mr. HughcH' method of teaching .SubKreen and in lmnlly recopuiziihlu. Thompson on Tuesday night last, were traction wns now ami practical and Mr. luiiKunKu of Amlv Johnson, of IUOl coun ty, "Wo nin't much stuck on it and don't tilted at their third trial yesterday, i'Xj Pifre handled the subject of Interest with a. C. WALTON, DUB, MonoRor know whether wo will have it or not." each and costs. KENTUCKY. the skill of nn expert. Physiology wns Opons Sopt. Nth, 1889. Next discussed nt length by Messrs. Hughes, A Pitocp.sMo.s composed of six baby will decide which is the better DEPARTMENTS' OF SCIENTIFIC McClary, Pupley and Chappell and Mrs. THREE COLLECES-THIRT- EEN MEANS BUSINESS. club, our nainccakcs or tlio Waddle Pros., carriages, each one containing a promisGover. ., .. .. , , Jt va- Wednesdav afte. noon Mr. II. ...j;.,... .s. ...... r."u.,Vul"mcnu,"L uy"n?" CoMKnml settle your account A. P. ! of SoiutTtfCt. It w ill be an exeitiiifpime ing youngster, passed down the street I rk iuim B4va iiwti is titfc nvanvi iiiv iiu'uiii miiu ii jvvu ivi.1 f uw sii.v pitable community. Students find homes In the best fam lies and Memorial Hall ixiiincu A. Evnns delivered a most interesting Expanses mod Penny. of ball and none Miould fail to attend. yesterday. It Is very evident that this aro lerritorus. erate i(.o to ino, Attcncane last cision, in. irom lull inlorma- nnd instructive lecture on Physics and n: DLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. Watciikji nml rejmired nrnl Three o'clock sharp is tlio hour and "J5 is n good year for babies. tion and CatMigue npplj- - to Hygiene and Dr. Evans, his father, innde wnrnintcil. A. It. Penny. cents Is the ndinission. .ndies free. Jlv mutual consent wo have dissolved n spicy little talk recommending object TiiKbcNt plnro to buy ilrujr. patent UH'diciiicB and toilet nitiMcft is nt A. K. aged negro, was de- partnership and desiring to elou up the lesions in teaching tlio sciences. Mrs. David Adams, an PennvV. clared a lunatic beforo Judge Varnon linn business, wo ask all these indebted Stegcr then favored the Institute with Uov your school books, Ink, tabletH. Tuesday. Ho imagined that lie was be- to us, either by note or account, to come several musical selections, after which peneilrt nml school supplier) of all pajH-'r- , FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 1889. x hikI would fre- ami settle nt their earliest convenience. tho subject "Is novel reading more injuing run down by kinds from A. It. IVnnv. rious than beneficial ?" was debated by quently climb trves or jump in Dix Piv Very Respectfully, Mrllobcrtu & 31. A. HI., mm er to get out of their way. Tub editor writes an interesting letter Mrs. Gover, Mi. Davis nnd Prof. Pulliain PERSONAL POINTS. Faculty of Trained Teachers. Excellent Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction on the nfllrmntivennd Miss Lewis, Mr. Cimtors. Miss IVarliu Purnside gath-eie- il which appears on our editorial page. Hughes nml Mr. McClary on tho nega- Thortugh. Full information given on application. It. Pax rox attended the Richmond J. some tube roses a few days since His fondness for thu fair sex is plainly tive. The theory and practice Fair Wednesday. of teachshe discovered a evinced nml were lie not n married man ing Mh. J. M. IIaii. has been on a visit to ami on ono of them and other questions pertaining to the is pretty white spider. In knocking it oil' she one might conclude that he school-roohis relatives nt Somerset. were taken up Thursday turned it over ami its bodv was n perfect badly struck on the girls in the Old Do- morning nnd discussed by is I.tztK Waltkii, of , Mi the Institute, minion. picture of a man's face. The eyes, nose visitlinj relatives near town. completing tlio week's programme, with and ears were all there and it rePitKsiDKST J. S. HocKKit's gniy horse tlio exception of the "spelling match," Miks lvriii:t. Tvkii, of lclmnon, is the mouth sembled very much a man witli a bald forced his rider to make a public display which was suggested by Prof. guest of Mrs. Geo. II. ltruce. Pulliam, head. In fact It was such a true like- of his agility Wednesday afternoon. Miss VwiiiK Wiiitk, of Crab Orchnrd and npproved by ncclnmation. A prize being that several who With a negro boy behind him ho rode ness of u human is vinitiiiK Mrs. John Mershon. to thu best speller wns offered nnd the it could see astriking resemblance to up to the Lincoln National nt the enMtss MA(i(iiETt(Ki:it, of Crab Orch- saw height to which interest nnd enthusiasm of distinguished townsmen. trance- on Lancaster street and while Mr. that the com petition excited, nrose, was ard, Is the truest of tlio Misses Menefee. ono our It. M. Jackson, of London, urns here Pai-iTuansit. Mr. W. S. Hilton Hooker was engaged jn conversation befitting the last moments of the meet Wednesday, en routo to the. Hlehmond writes that his Intkiuok Joliixal of with Dr. Owsley tho horse deliberately ing. Fair. Quite n number of the town's folk inAug. -' has just reached him and it pur.-zle- s let all four feet slip from under him at Miss FMiiiKNi:TrTKiii:iiT left yester-da- v know wheru in tho name of once. Theru was a tremendous heap of terested themselves in the Institute by ns to to visit her siMer at Huntington, common sense it had been all that time, bank presidents and gray horses piled adding their presence daily and extendW Va. Theru is n fearfully loose screw some up for a moment ami more hustling than ing their hospitalities to the teachers. Tin: Misses Grimes, of Madison, are where and if not tightened in a few days has been seen in town for a long time, The Lincoln County Teachers' Associthe truest of the Misses Pennlcy, near some of tho postal clerks or other em but with n yell nnd u bound Mr. Mocker ation was organized, with Mr. W. F. Mc Powinnd. ployes in the tratihinin"ion of mails will relieved the horse of Ids weight in fact Clary, president, Miss Alice Stuart, Mn. W. O. Omm, of Newport, will hear something Mrap." Take heed and ids leap would have been a creditable and Mrs. J. F. Gover, secresucceed Mr. C. F. Kent a jeweler nt W. protit thereby, or we will have our friend one for a circus man, and lie landed safe- tary. 15. Mcltoborts. Prof. S. J. Pulliain offered a prize of Mr. HarriMjn turn the last one of you off ly, while the negro boy emerged from the dust only slightly disfigured and Macauley's history iu live volumes to Misses l.ir.zn: and I.kljv (.ioocii, of and hire you over. store-roo- m. m still in the ring. Mr. Mocker wns con- the best speller. Miss Kate Pogle was Wnynrsbnrtr, are thu truests of Mrs. A Nikbow F.-i'K. Tuesday as Dr. siderably worse scared than hurt. Charlie Withers. tho winner, only missing one out of 20 Hki.i.i: Cook anil Jennie Held, Htilwell, the vetiernary surgeon of Danof tlio hardest words in the English lan Misses Teachers' Institute. of Uustonville, are guests of Mrs. F. I ville, was driving into town liu heard a guage. The Lincoln County Teachers' Instijuxt nlxivo the cronMug on Danville train Tho Committee on Resolutions, conShipmnn.at Hielhy City. tute opened Monday with a larger and sisting of Mr. P. L. Davis ami Mrs. J. F. Miss Asmk Auons was to return lust street, hut thinking ho could cross it rtnehed that K)iiit lie attempted noticeably a handsomer body of teach- Gover, presented the following which night from a lengthy visit to Miss Madic horre was going ers than has met heie for many n day. were unanimously adopted by the Instito do so. Just as White, at Middleway, W. Va. over the rails thu train came in sight and Several pioneer faces were prominent, tute: MissSallie ItcuiiY, of Montlevllo, and ')Jtoulctd. That the thanks of the InstiMiss Ida Wtwxl, of Somtrwt. will urrive knowing he could not get his buggy but of the - present more than half which were new recruits. After prayer by Pev. tute bo tendered Mrs. Priestlv nnd across he pulled the horse around y to visit Mrs. Mark Hardin. be to threw one of the wheels sulllciently J. M. Cook, Supt. W. F. McClary and Messrs. A. G. Hiiffmnn nnd Joe F. WaOt'u thanks nre due Messrs. W. F. P. Stngg for exquisite In-- ; ters and Mrs. S. L. iMvis for assistance in near the passing engine to be knocked Prof. S. J. Pulliain, conductor of the It. music furnished especially for the occainto splinters. The Dr. was thrown outi stitute, opened the exercises by impress- - sion. reporting the Teachers' Institute. . 2. Thnt tho Institute be under lasting Misskh SlNSieOvcnsTiiiiRT and Jen- but received little or no damage, but was ivo speeches, setting fOrtli the import-ni.iii. n n i.lmkt from kcurx win. ii In- - ance nnd ultimatum of the teachers' obligations to Prof. Sibold for his elegant nie Armstrong of Jessniiuue, aro guests ' """?"" iu ntribut thought how near he had come to shuf- - i work ami urging on them dilligence, MnlW"' of Miss Dunn, nt Mr. Chas. Dunn's. Oils, gentle-- ' and indefatigabiiity in their efforts to (. That tlio further thanks of the j Mie. K T. Yoiwu, of Dallas, Texas, tling oil" this mortal coil. The first-clas- s low his horse was the only tiling thnt further the cause of education. Miss 8tit'uto be tendered the Messrs. Evans passed through Wednesday to Ijimaster i Kate Pogle was npjiolnted secretary nnd and Prof. Pupley for material aid in mvciI lilm, to to visit her father, dipt. F. J. White. Prof. Hughes, Pev. J. M. Cook, Mrs. Go-- ! conducting the exercises. Miss Hki.i.i: Hoot has gone to her worhman-lih- e Take Osborne Ky wanting to play ver and Mis.es Dodds and Thurmond j brother's, Mr. A. D. Poot's, in the counVery Nunnolley tucked were detailed as n committee to arrange talent in the person of the gifted Prof. S. n prank ou try for n couple of weeks of recreation. hang- - a programme. Mondnv afternoon was; J. Pulhniu, to conduct thu Institute, who J a mm W. Tuiou and Pev. a sign on a line bunch of bananas Paor. lug iu front of his door, which read, taken up in discussing Pending, Spelling i'.Ma readiness, acuteness and versatili-tak- e mo Stout, of the Garrard Female Col., Writing, in which Mrs.Gover. Miss one.'' Mr. Nunnc.ley, who lege were in town in the interest of th dr on the inside engaged in writing some es Thurmond, Dodds, fetuart, Perkins, 5, That while we deeply deplore the college Tuesday. who ha letters, was unaware tliat lie was setting lA'wis and .Messrs. Mies, Wolfoni, Cliap-- i los ol our esteemed, nolo nml eltlcient I.itti,k Mih Mattii.-Tavi.oii- , 'em up so frequently, until he was call- - pell, Davis, Hughes, Tanner and Cook uperintendent, Pev. John A. Pogle, we sjK'iit several months with her aunt, find iu Mr. W. F. McClary a worthy subg ladies, took an active part Mrs. Gover s Dealer In Mrs. Dr. M. 1.. Pourne, left yesterday eil on tho outside to wait on some stitute and we commend "his zeal, ability bench "Fatty" murmur- - odof teaching reading the combined-e- d and broad liberality in encouraging edunt the for her home nt Huntington, W. Va. ! between his teeth 'Mod don it, who's phonetic and word method was ably cation in Lincoln county and especially PitoTiicu Pakm-- s pnswd through this been stealing my bananas?" but on look- -' set forth and received the approbation in conducting tlio present Institute. city to Hustonville Tuesday. He was ' hero only u few minutes and but very ing a few inches higher lie saw what had of nearly all the teachers. In the NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. them to go so rapidly and in his ousion on Spelling, Webster nnd his fa fuwofhis friends had the pleasure of way laughed olfthe joke, mous "Plue-bnc- k" were virtually ostra; seeing him. of my base ball icised "hissed oil the stage" and Prof, I Jiiikie Mat Walton, M. C. Alfordand saying, "I guess some I t prominent citizens of Lex bovs did it, and as am assistant inanag- Niles went so far as to sav that he would I).,F. Fraree, er I guess I'll have to stand it, but I tell not tolerate it in his school. There were A ington, passed here Tuesday on their you, boys, it costs lots." various methods for teaching writing set On Somerset street, at present occupied by Mr. from MiddleslKim, tho new ( II Cooper. A try desirable place and can be Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is forth. Thoe of Miss Perkins, Mrs. Jen- obtained at n banrain Address or call on In Pell county. city A (u:i(MAS, who settled in nings and Messrs. Niles, Tanner and Dacomplete. We call special attention to our full and W. It. ANDEKSUX, Harper, Kansas, Col- - Waiinkii Pi:ik, editor of the Pen Or V. M. McROllKRTS, Stanford, Ky. this county, nnd who had never lenrned vis were esiecially lucid and practical. dluton County DeiiHKTit, at Falmouth, that the humble-be- e BTTXW.&1. carries iu Ids busi-- 1 Tuesday's exercises begun with more wax the guest of his cousin, Mrs. Dr. S. less-cua goodly amount of poison and The best Casket of the kind ever invented. G. Docker, this week, and during his a stinger thereto, attacked and attempt- spirit than was manifested on the pre i ceding day. Grammar, Composition and Having located in Dallas. Texas, and expecting stny pjiid us a pleasAiit call. ed to break up a nest of them by driving under the most approved method when desired. home dur,n ,,fe' ' W1" ie" i,ubIic- - Embalming J., P. Davis has resigueil Ills iMailioii them away with his hat. After fanning Civil Government occupied the fore-- ! IJ ""u " m' Vlii 1 lie idea mat mere is more 110011. in J. G. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. 1. ..11......... ns traveling salesman for the Stanford ... .1 .i : 1, 1889, Poller Mills and accepted a position with "shoo ' at them 111 Dutch, which they .... ' ...,,...,, Tv...:.. and .MvFarmofiao'Acres. on the Tumcrsville , , .. , iiuvKiiiii'ii Harbison & Gnthright, wholes.de burner iiiiin , i seenuo nmiorbianu,, ,lie goi mem I iirv .i .,,..., . iiv tv L. and .McKiniH'y pike, 14 .' l.ippell, irol. .MIlSi,,, j.lnco coumy. Themiles front Turnersillc, Farm has on it a com He will make his pretty well stirred up and it was then llllllllKl.fi . IIV .1. ' dealers of Louisville. fort.iblv hoiie. barn, meat house. &c. a fine cis. nm, ot,a,m a first trip next week. tern; is well fenced, with new cedar and locost matiiewas.naue. nc,ua nie,. win, no ko ,lltmi8tinKly on MRs nnd mils; in splendid repair, with never, , iillns stinging propensities 0 that insect. i.ev-- tw Afl of CoH1IM8tion an(1 wn8 foIIowwl schools stock w.iter, convenient to churches, aRood CITY AND VI01NITY. miles of McKinney, staand within XDTJO-G-IS-T eral in his hair and as many on his fare bv MIg, Mw. Uovl!r nn,i tion on the Cincinnati Southern Kuilrcud. There Thlirm01Hli Farm taking sire into is not a better caused the poor man to believe lio had am, Dfiyhj Cvl, consideration, in Lincoln county. It will have to Wasted.' A good blacksmith. J. W. struck hades instead of America in !' orlIllluIlt interested tl.o huliea but little, be seen to be appreciated. Sale to begin prompt' Wallace. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, ly at 10 a. in, search for abetter country, ami it iwih. ,,,,,., evokw, rtw, miinrk8 from I w ill also sell publicly at a o'clock p m. on the t same day my llouso anJ Lot in McKluncy. 'I his ! d 11 good farm hnml. not until he had reached a Wantkd. To liiio i,cnb0ll nuB,ie8 Dil. Is a nice little coitio with j rooms, servants' room, Mt.Mre Chavpv FANCY ARTICLES, &0. run his head through it several times VJ8 with tievcr failing veranda in J. II. Miller. Mrs. Govi.r, More Linthusiasm well ol Koodfront, side porch,porch, a.meat house, bacl. did he get rid of them and became posn . .. nmilMi ... ,i.L.llM1inc Historv than buggy house,water onand cow house. I advertise Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. stable Wasti'd. A good blacksmith, Apply tive which of tho regions he was nt presthis property to sell and wheal say that, it goes, iu any other branch. In this nearly nil if I only one bid on it. My terms aro reant this office. ent abiding in. Ho was fearfully stung took a part and tho views of Messrs. Mc- sonable. hme further particular see J. V. Gixens For or Dave Alcorn, who lives on the farm, or Col. lions, Wednesday, to the wife of John ami even his frou failed to recognize him Clary, Chappell, Hughes, Drye, Tanner, Hall Anderson, McKiuney,or write tome 821 and THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, S.1.1 Main street, Dallas, 1 exits. when he returned home after his enP. Jones, n flno girl. Wolford, Mrs. Gover and Miss ThurE. T. YOUNG 54. td counter. ' CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. mond were exceedingly entertaining and Don't Pask PaixiU Danvillu than Tub party given by Miss Annie Ilaugh-ma- n to the point. Mr. Davis advocated Dr. SAUE Ever brought to this market. Prices lower Re. fail to witness it. the lowest. Wr.tches, Clocks and Jewelry to her cousin, Miss Roberta Arnold's method of teaching history by . paired on shorinotice and warranted. of Athens, Ou., on Wednesday lectures and received the commendation 1 iiavk received a very handsome line A VALUABLE FARM. evening was a delightful ono In every and approval of tho Institute. Geograof suitings. M. 0. Pupluy. m sense of tho word, A large number of phy was entertainingly bundled by Miss Usk our patent wiro and slat fence for tlio beaux nnd belles were present and Lewis, Mrs. Gover and others. School Jennie M. 1'ennington, Plff., coin Cir, Court. vs. A DLSIRAP.LE fencing stacks. Siuo & Menefee. everything seemed to have combined to Law brought out characteristic speeches John V. t'ennington , Deft, j " SALE. on Main St., Ily virtue of a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit and At Wii.i.iamsiii'iki. Messrs. S. L.Pow-crslu- make the ocasion n mcjunrnhlu one. from Messrs. Chappell, Davisngnlnst Court at its March term, 18S9, in the above styled My New Houso Stanford. Kv. For terms apply to Mr. W. I cause, 1 will on I offer for sale privately my Residence and Five are auctioning Miss Annie llatiglimau, assisted by her Hughes in which they inveighed P. A. Pitman lliggins, Stanford, or lu nir at Lraiivinc, iy.A Acres of Hand on Danville street in Stanford. Tho cousins, Misses Nan and" Kittio iiaugh-manepotism of Trustees, the almighty dol- Monday, Soptombor LOTTIE N. IIOLMLS. J house is roomy and in good repair and all the necbo vend thousand dollara'jorth of their essary outlisuses are attached. Possession given most elegantly entertained and the lar iu the eye of the teacher and tlio de- At I o'clock or thereabout, beiuir the rlr.t day of Btock at Williamsburg. within two weeks after sale. For further particuof the young people are profuse in their praise fects of the school system. Miss Alice the beptembtr termbidder atLincoln County Court, HARRY A. EVANS, s lars cation Col. W O. Welch Stanford, Ky. public outcry before sell to the highest me at Laiamie, Wyoming Territory. e door in Stanford, Ky., the follow, Muimhok must bu tho champion of the marked attention shown each one Stuart spoke a few minutes ns to the the Jons CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL ins properly, t. M. C. SAUFLF.Y. sixty-tw- o blacksmith. Ho put 011 102 shoes in 10 of theui by thesu three accomplished kind of man needed for State superinAcres of Land ' miles west of the city of Stanford, Immediately on the Shelby STANFORD, KY hours and Bhod one horso all around in fair daughtors of Stanford. Tlio doublo tendent. Prof. Itupley came in on tho City pike and adjoining the lands of Mrs, F.mma parlors were handsomely decorated ami train and regaled the Institute with nn Jones. K It d F. 1' Woods, t)r. Hugh Rtid, Ac. Engineering muT Surveying in IIILLBftSBUftS 8 minutes. FEHALS HUSO! fartd of cultivation in a the cut (lowers in profusion mingled Impressive nnd eloquent nddress on Gov- of Ini bestissmall hitfh state Stanford; hasund one upon it farms near the all branches. Wasted, thoso who have not paid beauty of nature with thnt of lovely a new cottage, good barn nml other outbuildings ernment nnd history. Mrs. Priestly nnd and improvements; also,gond water for all purtheir accounts with us to do bo at once. Lunch, elegant in get up and Messrs. A.G.Hutrinaiiand Joe F. Waters poses and is in one of the best neighborhoods In Modern Progresive School, "Wo need tho money to buy goods for the magnificently served was freely partaken favored tho Institute with n rare music- the county. Sale' Said sale will be made on a Terms of fall trade. Severance it Son. credit of 6 and i months; bonds required of the of, after which thu parlors were again re- al treat Tuesday afternoon, while the . m purchaser with eood security, payable to the unWhere your daughters will be taught how to be.At ho Xiitml nnd Stock. the lorce and effect come true wj.nen, as will ns thoroughly My Cubtomkhs. 1 will say that I paired to and there till 1 o'clock tho rendition of several pieces each day by dersigned Com'r, havir.g retained To of a Judgment, with a lien upon tho Ian J instructed In As I desire to leave Kentucky I Will sell at greal nm very thankful for past pntronnge nnd merry chatter of happy voices broke tlio Mrs. S. P. Stngg nnd Misses Eva Brad- untif all of the purchase money is paid, IN sacrifice a saw mills complete with 30 horse boilers have stillness of tho outside. At that hour ley nnd Pearl Phillips were especially 54 ssession given Junuary i. iSoo. hope n continuance, but I must G. M. DAVISON, and o horse engines, saw works. ox og wag. .UHOraiUre, OClCnCU, All 06 lUUblC. Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. on. 3 wagons. DucKDoaru, 1 spring; wag. cash for nil work done from now on, ns tho guests departed leaving tlio scene of cntci tabling. REV. C. POPE. President, Sisty-twAddress of land adjoining the above will on und harness 3 yokes of cattle, 3 mules, t horse. Acres Wednesday morning opened with Ar. also be sold at a reasonable price at the same time, grist mill complete, and my farm of 560 acres of no monoy to run tho credit busi- merriment with reluctance and regret, or Mrs. S. C. TKUEIIEAkT, I have and is vcrv fine land, which would make a larm Snob land well timbered. Will jell privately. Lady Principal, ness, bo pleoso remember this. T. J. praising tho fair hostess for a delightful ithmetio. Mr. Wolford introduced the of 194 acres of very fine land. MAK1 SMITH, Millomburg, Ky.. G. M. DAVISON. evening around hor hearthstone. l method and Mr. Michum oxpn- Maywood.hy.j 43 primary Hatcher. Semi-Weekly 3 CAL, Interior Journal Mixki) spici'M nixl innri-diuiit-a of nil kinds for plckh'H nt "Alwlcl Grocery." A. A. Wnrreii'B CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, RICHMOND, To.v ,.,, Session STUDY-CLASSI- . m Stanford Female College 2, IIUIfliAKI), kii-klu- J. President. JONESJBRO'S, Dry Goods and Notions, '- Staple&Fancy Groceries, vice-preside- m Quccnsawre, Glassware Tinware, &c. Will exchange for Country Produce and allow the highest marhet prices. Powers' old ca l Imj-fo- re to-da- J Having purchased the interest of Mr. Slagg, I will conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall pleased supply the wants of all former and new patrons from a School Boohs, Wall Paper Jewelry Paints, 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. respectfully, ! of - j SXiuSSlZi I . & RJttS0' W. B. McBOBEBTS. Bo Ko metli-lookin- WEABEN Undertakers' Furniture and Goods dis-caus- STANFORD, KY. good-humore- d , n Tlic Larjjcst, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Celling Decorations Lot, and Window Shades Hrick House and TOU SALE For Salo Publioly. HTDESTHTJCTIBLB CASKET, 1 Tuesday, October . As MJ&Q PENNY, 1 J lilue-Grus- s & tTZEWIEI ej: R. -- , rose-bushan- ., ... to-da- COMMISSIONER'S . POR SALE. . ul RESIDENCEFOU 2, '89, orad-dres- court-hous- m 1 wo-ma- n. SAW MILL FOR SALE!:! 1 m 1 o i jS-t- (44tijiiii' .. , . . ! siJh!t ,mfAate.'.& Afe aL .'L v, -v - . ""Tiii n '"' i "iW. "rwv4i mi n in V; Tv-- v tiWWWWWWM yflwyiw ri j iW-W- II ,ijs WWW v?-- bt Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal CRAB ORCHARD. A Bill Nye Story. K-- l Chicago News reporter, "Bill had arrived In "Nov York from YV. DAWSON & b- if 0 the West, where he had gathered In It a Candidate far Jailer of Lincoln County, iub $Q PER YKAK,iy ADVANCE royalty off some of his alleged work. Ject to theictiono( the Democracy A thousand dollars to Mr. Nye doesn't rWhM not 10 paid $2.60 will be charged." IkSSllllS t "1 P Cf M go very fur, so I am told. He began P. "Would I had a thousand mules to sell." planning how he could get rid of it in K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Is a Candidate for taller of Lincoln County, sub Containing six good room, situated on .Main t m n it siiiiH G ratio Green. ject to the action of the Democracy. opposite Stanford Female College Apply t New York. He took his meals at Train leave Rowland at 7:00 a, m , returning MRS HUOl KHU. 4) A now name for Crab Orchard. It and spent more money in b at 4:50 p.m. has been dubbed."KiuY Paradise." The various ways, but it never occurred to SA3I HI. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Rails, Singles and Slices Tor Sale. modern American boy is here allowed to him to spend anything on his back. Is a Candidate far reflection ns Jailer of Lincoln ?-?- s roam free and unmolested. No school Xye is a slovenly dresser. There came county, sublcct to the action of the Demoaratlc 11 31pm Mail train going North....... party. Ten Thousand Flat Railt acd ij,ooo I'oplar South 131pm yet started and tho boys are happy. a time when he had to go to bed. It Shingles. 1137pm Express train " South I h.sn on hand Men's, Women's Mltse.' and We suppose the day la coming when was late and he was tired. He found North 117am G. S. Children's Shoes, made 1st- - Alter, Form owl & Co. Local Freight North .630am teachers will have to quit correcthnr the and Mundelle, which I will tell ithe very lewtst himself in tho vicinity of tho Everett South.. 5 55pm Is Candidate for of Linoln county, tub. prices I have bought them and they must be The latter trama lo carry passengers. child in the old fashioned way nt least. House and walked In. Ho asked for a jecta to the action ofJailer Democratic party old. My stock it complete and tho.e whoaut the above it calculated on standard lime. Solar The I mean busi bargains can get them by Several teachers have been lined in this room. The clerk replied that tho house time it about to minutes fatter W. C II UM.Y, Tiirnertsllle. est. county for using the switch too severely was full. Whether he did this because I SSSBSBSSSTv r v 4 N. on children. Some people wont correct he suspected Xye of being n nihilist or Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of their children and don't want anyone tramp, or whether the house was really -the Lincoln County Democracy. ssiiiiiiiisiiiiH d LONDON, KENTUCKY, else to do so. full I don't know. Nye Insisted 'Haven't A few of our people are attending you anythfng at all? I don't care much CAPT. FRANK BAILEY, PROPRIETOR D. the Richmond Fair this week. Miss Do- what it is so that it has a bed in it,' Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln CountTi Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Kir it subject to the action of the Democracy. ra Hacker returned home to Richmond pleaded Xye. class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters ot thll Popular Monday to atfend the Fair. "Katydid" The clerk said there was one small vaHouse. f. M. left here for Stanford Monday. Col. W. cant room on the Fifth floor. G. Welch was here Tuesday. Hon. J. Is a Candidate far Clerk of the Court of Appeals Xye said that would do. EHtnbllNlicd 1825. subject the action of the Democratic party. A. Craft, late elector, returned to LonThe clerk, still suspicious, said that the Klcc.lonto August, iStw. raJtiRiajiii don Monday, but is again at the Springs. elevator was not running. Treasurer-Fle- et Sharp went to FrankXye said he didn't care for that. Ho F imiture, HitriicrH. On Divelhngt, Householdap.ily t j the ISiId .res, Mer fort, Tuesday, after spending severa' could climb. chandise, .U , - HPsM9ts9iutH weeks at the Springs. By an elapsis The clerk had one more show to turn I keep on hand a No quality of Jcllico. Lil n 1 n ssLsslsttWtKsnsSsWMGM! and JSut Coal in my )ard Leave your orders at Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. pennie we stated in last paper that Mrs. him out. lie sprung it: 'You will have Yard or S. S Mj ers" store and they will be attend O p ed 10 promptly. J II HIIKHNS, Liiihtnlng clsiiset attxhed anl (.'amazes paid AisiiiiiiiiilttSTCra?7U J. C. Florence, of Stanford, was visiting to pay in advance,' he said. Star ford Ky. 63 whether tire ensues or not here. It is Miss Lizzie Davison, her sisXye said that was all right, and was liU) II IIKICK, Agent. 17 ter. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Burke, of Dan- told in replv to his question that the ville, are here with her father, Mr. Wm. tariff would be$-.oO- . & purity, Dillion. Mrs. "W. M. O'Banuon returned Thii powder nevervanes. A marvel "Xye reached for a roll and threw out strength and wboletoincness. .More economicnl be sold In to Stanford Monday. than the ordinary kinds and can not a $100 bill. The clerk stammered, seessii.m si IKtnDU.W. compctitiou with the multitude of low tett, short ing that he had made the mistake so of! weight, alum or phosphate pawders. Sold only in HfiiuLE. Houston Gentry, a child of cans, HOYAL BAKING POWDKR CO., ten fatal in this country. Then he said Fourth Atcnuc, 51 18 106 Wall street. New York. Chris Gentry, departed this life Tueshe had no change. Xye pulled back the day. Mr. Gentry and family have our - $100 bill and threw out a $30. The clerk sympathy, as the scythe of time has managed to break that one and as he did mown so many of the good family down so the lines of good nature expanded all DENTIST. CHICKEN recently. Rev. Frank, of Lancaster, has over his face and tickled the roots of his e MT. VERNON, KY. Office on Lancaster street, opposite been conducting a good meeting here . Stanford, Ky. hair. He hail been entertaining nn an! and at Rush Branch; 2 confessions to n This old and llotel,it stilt maintain gel unawares. Xye gazed at this auroR. L. White's sister and neice, of ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable, date. B. ral display of humor 011 tho clerk's face attention to the traveling public Nashville, aro visiting him. Miss Doret-t- a and said: il. P NKWCOMH, Prop., With Sievers, of Louisville, is visiting Miss . Mi Vernon, Ky. "'You remind me of Clay.' Mary Hubble. Mrs. George Bright and & display ot vanity ami good na"lne Frank Knglemau are stopping at Hale's M'HOBEKTS, M. D.. ture on tho clerk's frgnt would have Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harnett, in known to the trade. Race Well a few days. Frank Rigney has been every ttyle and finish been worth a good price as an attraction and Trotting Equipment! a tpecialty STANFORD. KY. there some days and reports an improveNo. 33 Katt Slain Street, LEXINGTON, Ky. in a window nt that moment. ment in health. Sam Fugleman says Office on Lancaster Street opposite '"Indeed, he said, 'Henry Clay? Having removed toihisnitie from Llbettv, to he has a sow with twin ptas and that "'Xo,' replied Xye, 'just the common, practice his rofetsion, calls the attrntistn of the the same thing occurred once before. pub lie to the fait that he will be ready at all hours , , clay, out of every-daymean, yaller fi I .1 daj or night to ansoer tal't in town or country. . uoueri Ausuns luresuer is uiui us mis which they make bowls and platters In Thirty years ofhis lite were spent in Stsnford and All persons knowing themselves to he deems it unnecessary ta speak of his ability as tn M. L. Richardt, either for goods or seasons of. Week and the Wheat IS going OlTnt lOctS. a country pottery.' physician and surgeon A share of the patroncolts, wlllsave trouble by fettling same wtth James The Colored Fair Association will be age o! the people of Stanford and vicinity itatked as 1 have put them in his hands tor settle Frve "And then he sought his couch." fr9 by him, t M. L. RICHARDS. 4 held in Robinson's woods near here. ment. Hark ' to the sound ot humanity's wails ' S. Dunbar sold a pair of work mules to I C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Millions of people with aches and with ails. Salter for $300 and bought a pairof young S. O. DAVIS, Headaches and humors, a merciless flood, Thousands of dollars worth of mules from Took Hubble for $200. Dr. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, .hit Weakness of lungs and disorders of blood. kens die every year from Choi PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Hammonds and wife, of Casey, visited Vet there's a helper that certainly saves STANFORD, KV. :ra ii is more iaiai to cmckens Um, Thousands ot people from premature prases. our town last week. Miss Lula Grubbs, MT. VKIIXOX, lv V. Welti drilled to order and Pumps lurntthrd at ill other diseases combined. Hut the The remedy is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical of Lexington, is visiting Mrs. Col. Rite. factory prices tore. Office next door to Whitehead's Drug jj It cures coughs, relieves atthma, Discovery hscovcry ol it remeay mat fwtth'th Bro. Bruce will preach here the 1th Sun- checks bronchitis, purifies the blood heals sores, Special attention given to diseases of children urtt if na Occn mnde, and to be con day In Aug. Robt. Anderson bought a eruptions and unsightly pimples and it without a f. ' meed of us efficacy only requires a filly of Dave White for SS2.50. Since the rival for alt the ills that spring from a diordered trial a 50 cents bottle is enough foi election some have gone to farming, User, AJ! druggists me hundred chickens. It is guar- t Don't hawk and blow and spit, but use Dr. some to the chase, some to the springs antecd If, after using of , aage' Catarrh Remedy Ofdruggitts. a bottle, the buyer ib not thoi ought v This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and and OtheiS to private life and to cap tho others not to trespass on our lands without per. climax and tell the worse our loafers' I ufisfied with it .is a cure for Chicken mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the lull. lodge, which was in as good running E. est extent of the law. Signed: Cholera, return it to the undctsigncd -- A.il tier us any in the State, has completely GEO D HOPPER, and our money will be refunded. T.J.HILL, Attorney at Law, :22aSrSSr& HAUGHMAN, J.M. McROHEHTS.lR. M.S. IIRUCE absquatulated anil doesn't meet at all. For br si1eMcKoVMs .1 tagg, Stanford llOHT McALlSTKR. J.E Kentucky. 3.11. liAL'lillJlrt. Swinebroad has gone to Tennessee to Stanford, 5. It. SltArN K.S, A M. FELAND MRS. HENR IIAUUHMA.N' Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoinJOHN w HOLMES, uuy slieep. E.T. PENCE, C. PARUISH, ing counties and in the courts of appeal. A. J. HAYDKN, HUSTONVILLE, KY D. V. HOLMES Husband "It is time we started for OlTiceover McRoherts & Sugg's drug store. Are still in ihe busin'ss arlI rea y t ib any the theatre, dear." U e bate a full1 thing in the I'ndrrtaisiPg "7 tr K KOt'TJO.", stogie of Cases and CasLsit of '' kinds and Xobet "Yes, dear, I'm ready, but I do hope, of eterydrcnption liiir h irte w Suh is new can be oLlxined . n short notire Mr ) 11 THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE Henry, that that man won'tcomoaround (Irenn hat charge of ur business and will show ft ii to wait for you outside. What I desire to s11 my farm of 107 acres of land situosjr goods 10 ant one needing antthtng in our CENTRAL KENTUCKY ated on the Lancaster pike, i'j miles from Stanline ptf he alwavs comes to the theatre to see ford. ItunrnvtoiiKntt ouod. inLludlllir n iron.! E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor VOU for. I can't illiairine. Ho must be a house withro..m.. I'Uceuell watered and has it good orchard. Apply to rude frort of person to hang around there on493a ALEX CLAW, Stanford. Ky M. .No Hotel In Kentucky hat a better rcpuiation, waiting for you, and taking you away and Its proprietor Is determined that fiom the tide of your wife just when she shall be maintained. ! LIVESY, SALS AND FESD STA3LS, PaV8T LINE BETWEEN j wants to talk to you about the play." And Stock, Farming L'tentils, Illacksmiths' Tools LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. Husband (blushing) "I I guess he and furniture Said Farm contains 133 Acro9 STANFOtlD.KV. 'He'r.ns recently added to Its appointnuntt land, farms of Dr. dear." X. Y. of tillable(iencr.il adjoining theJoe Toinlinson, lien won't be around Swope, SCIll DL'LLI.N 1.U I.CT MA Gano nnd SPF.CIAL ATTKS'TION t . COMMKIlC IAL and 1, 188.3 MomiiiL' Pie.ss. m " Horses and mules ought nd sold. traveler! No if. No. Published Every Tuesday and Friday -- The guests ro Increasing Crab Orchard Springs, Hot weather still holds Its own, although a gushing shower now and then keeps it from excess. There is n big ilemnnd now for gool mules and a constant inquiry for them. "I'll toll von n storv on Hill Nvo " until daily nt ftKentlemati just Lack from tho East to a SI,-00- W. F. McCXARY for Superintendent, ot Puh'ic School!, subject to the Democratic I'rlmiry Mention to be held in October Is a Candidate For Smlm I I.. I wish to sell my farm si A3 acres situated nn the Lancaster mke two mile from Stanford. The unu is an in grass ; a comfortable dwelling 01 4 rooms Is situated upon it Will sell at bargain O. A. IIKNEDICT, Stanford 41 OTIS NEWLANI) OWENS For Bxit or Sal. Handsome New Cottage, HI MM mM ii ? CARPENTER MENEFEE mm So? J. JACKSON HOUSE. E. KENNEDY F. llrliikley ao-t- m6 POWDER Absolutely Pure H. FOE, Attention, Coal 1 STTIIAITCB ESwSEJm tigs, -- r WM. ADAMS SON, t essssisss Mon's Outfitter I.EXINGTOX, KY. Louisville, Kentucky. HOTEL. NEWCOMB "' WILSON, court-hous- G Cholera Cure s Spe-"c- ul 5j-tt- THOMPSON BOYD, 0. H. Court-Hou- sr Settle With James Frye. ..... a. 1 65-t- 77-t- 1 POSTED. two-third- s VARNON, --- --- J. T. ST7TTON A CO., Kentucky Central !R. R. U-.- I THE MYERS HOUSE FARM FOH S i&XE. ' iDd (!IIAS ' ' Public Sale of a Farm ETCl I. BRICK, Pool and Killiard Parlors Stable e all An Iniliiiim man I'laitm to iiosm-s- s the timber fur new purposes, good fencing, a tenant houses, a stable or 10 stalls: rents readily power of almost instantly stopping the ,0r$3OOpeI ,.car. te cham:e eer otrered- -i First-Clas- s Livery A tlow of blood. The republican p.lltV good home for a small utno'int of money. Sale to the demandt of hit increased HlioulU senu tor mm at once, To accommoda-more lake dplace on premises Sept. 3, 1880, at a p. in to) licit Turnouts furnished transient patronage. than a week past it has been lying bleed- If 5' pmately price Jj.soo l'HtEBE J. WILSON. Commercial Travelers and others. ing at the feet of the victorious democraCapital. cy of the State. Frankfort - tjr, Ky. A good stock farm, plenty of water and 1. Only first-cla- st horsetand vihj !c used in lit cry. Also agent for the Soulh-Iteun- 4. I Son. Daily Is i No 6 Sun. & WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING I.ve Cincinnati CO- - THE GALT HOUSE, .LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES God's day, you know, very good boy." Chris (a Detroiter "Oh. ves, I'll be jolly auntie, when w it my s The Auntie "Xow, Chris, Snntl.iv is Bivery, and you must be a of three veaisl good; but" I say, ilayr i sgesd and Sale Stable fcxJ Old Ky. Route N ! N.AM V Co K.D. I.ve Arr Arr I.ve Arr Arr Arr Lanctuter... Arr Stanford I.ve Richmond .. Arr llerea Arr Lexingtea. . North-llsun- I.tc I on p in Covington. I D4 p m m o 17 p ni 4 Falmouth. ... 44 Pans II 10 a m in aj p m 5 Lexington. II OO p m 11 txi p m t Parts . ... mm 5 6 Winchester.. 05 p m Richmond. . 1 jo p ml 7 I 10 I M am am 4? P m o3 p m 40 p m jo p ro a pm. 45 u 1 ik j au 11 m jo p in jo p m p m 4 J P w, ..i 5 i Bucklen's Arnica Salve, &&&. w4Mf&si ?' Amendments to Only one Night out to New York. Solid Wttibkled Trains to " 5 P P P in' " i ...J XP. ,. 1.1 j So. j. S 10 xos $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD-IN- C TO ROOMS. TURKISH RUSSIAN I1ATHS IN HOTEL. R.-- B. GEOGEGHAM, SUCCESSOR TO "HP &A i H IN EV s f SV Irs" I The tirst and third sections of articles are to amended at to include within the tcope of the Company's operations, in addition to the ioui M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, lies of Harlan and II. !!, the counties of Knox, Whitley, Laurel, Clay, Perry, Lt'tcher, Powell, Gil 4TH AVENUE, Wolfe, lire.ithitt, Lee, Leslie, Knott, Magoffin, lohnson. Martin, Morgin, Menefee. ilath, Rowan, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Elliott. Lawn lice, Ilottl, Cnrter, li milling, Lewis, Oreen.Ousley, Jnikion, Floyd, Wayne, Cumberland, Pike, Pulaski, Rockcastle, uud Lin. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish coin, in which said additional counties it shall bo Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. lawful for the said to transact its Itvtasjast an ordiuary scrap of rapping pa LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI of purchasing and Selling lands, the mining Stock of per, but it saved her life She was in the last and tale of coal, iron and al other ores and Daily, Secures to Travelers, the manufacture anil sale of luir.lnr. stages of consumption told by physicians that . II Sectionals so amended a. tn.it the capital ,"5.7 sin- - was in uribluiind could only live a short time- Hi l stock of said Company, instead of one hundred and she weighed less than 70 pounds On a pieicof, fifty thousand dollars, shall be one million wrapper papci she read of Dr King's New Di- -' ill share of one hundred dollars each, which a sample lwitlc: it helped her. she Ever attempted between the great commercial said share shall b Issued In the stockholders by now open coterv. nud nottMitt Ever brought to th city of Louisville, bought n large e it lie ped her more, bought cities oil the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence certificates tthenjjo has been nald or. each share Including the another anil trrew uetiur last, continued its u.e and the fastest tune and most comfortable trains be. thereof subscribed for, and the President and Secis now strong health), rosy plump weighing 140 tvteen all points in the South, orto the Wett and retary of said company are hereby authorized and ieuiur Kenu Bianip 10 s ' Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all uirccicu 10 issue ine suoct, accordingly. KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS Sin. th w itness our lianilt ihitljtli dav of July, :8Si. Trial bottles of runkliiiei it denoiuinalrd I he Limited Express. II Cole, uruec'", cUs- - oscry tree at A. II. Penny s The superb rolling stock e employ gives patrons NCKNT IIOKKIltn. And alto my own importation of English Hats tin wonderful I. S. Drugstore Comfort Unlimited OCKER. and Caps. An elegant line of Canes and I.yon't 11 llovn, by J. A. CllAKT, niTAt all Coupon Ticket Offices In the Sotitr Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine J. A. RArr, you ttill find our lime tables and tickets. Say Mo Why Is It J. W. AVUKN, get Monon und Hick to Monon, il you want nun, W, P. 'altok. That peoplt linger along always complaining SEAL SKIN SAGQUES, CAPS, j about that ccntinual tired leeling ? One bottle of to save money and have a pleasant journcv. K.O.MrCUKMICK, ). S. IllNOIIAM, W. O. Wkuh Ooner.il Passenger Agent, Chicago Dlood I'll nt! it and Htuo.l Maker will en- W. K. IUhskv, Glovei and other Furt, a tpecialty. Orders City Ticket Agentt and Gibes. remove this fbellng. give them a goodappctite I M. IlLckNiiE. 217 stll Ave., Loiiistitle. Kt John W. Fox, Jr., city toliuted, perfo t satltfactior guarau Ittrelv Iames tav Vine it , t tiumnati Ohio. K, A. T0RMBN1.B A- - It Penny. Drugpitt Fox. digestion. tctd. Dou't Isii luordcr a NOllllY HA 1 ii tr en-ai The best salt e in the world for cuts, bruuet, toret, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores, letter,chap. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. ped handt, chilblains, corns and all skin erupa tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay requirLONDON, KY , ed. It is guiranteed to give perfect satisfaction, Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire or money refunded. Price i cents per box. on reasonable terms. London is the most conven' lent point on the railrsad to, reach placet in the For sale be A. R. Pennv. Stanford. Kv. in the mountain sr lion of the Slate. Merit Wins. We desire to say to our citiient that for jctrs' we hate been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, Dr King's New Llf Pillt, Huck-leArnica Sals e and I'.lcctric Hitters, and hate net er liindled remedies that tell as v. ell, or that hiscgiten such unit t satisfaction. We do not (!)) tOUISVIltC MtiVAlBAHf I CHICASO'Rt 1(5- hesitate to guurantci' them esery time, and we uta'd reaiy to refund tho purchase price if satisfactory rrults do not follow their use These remedies have won their great popularity purely, ' on their merits A K. Penny, druggist J Letting lloth A n' Cumberland Valley Land Co. Apliclojjflicjpjjpilioii or th 1 he undersigned shareholder of the Cumberland Valley Land Company amend the said Com. pany's Articles of Incorporation, heretofore Med for recird August 1, in the cilice of the clerk of the Lincoln County Court, hating theretolore been duly arknouledgvd, as follows; ili, A NEW FAST MAIL busi-ne- sh yrvr JOL A M. N3J ) ie? d THE MOST RAPID ROUTE dol-la- n, world-renown- ed f Arr Richmond.. ,""! n4j a I.ve Stanford . .. 7 00 a in ..7l7.ir.T. Lte Lancaster '','..'.'.,'. 7 Passing all the Famous Virginia Springs by day. Arr Richmond... 9 4J a mj m 45 light and nrntlng at Old Point C'emf u and the I.ve Richmond. a 40 p in 6 is am .TT.rj.77T!! Sea Shore the next attcrnoon. Arr Winchester. J P ml 7ISa in Time Card In Effect July t, i8Jj. Arr Paris p in 7 4J am 4 in I.ve I.axiugton'. iPaslMnll FastVcs'. Pat J 45 P in 7 00 a m j 45 p m Lve Pans 4 a) p m 8 SI am 4 jc p m r.spress.i F.spret Daily EASTWARD. I.ve Falmouth E 5 JO P m 9 ij a ni Dally Sun Dally p Arr Cotinfton .. 6 35 p in 10 33 a ni 3 07 p m m 7 ao 11 )i n'n j a; Arr Cincinnati Lte Stanford 6 4 p ni 10 45 a ml 7 jsp m 11 4 am 6 30 pin 7 jo " Lexington. On IheMavstille llranch. No 9. leaves Paris at 11 35 pm 6 jo pm ( mam " Winchester 8 00, n m and .No. 11, at 545, p " K. U. JunciioH... oj pn. arriving Maystilleat lcu5,am, and g 10. ,n, m. No. at ' Mt. Sterling.,, 310111 p ij pin 7 o pml 1 2611111 leat es .Maysville ai 10 a 01 jun " Preston 3,13 a i, arriving at Paris at 0 " Morehead 3 10 pm 8 4a pm 10 aj 11m 740.am So u leaves Maysvlllc at 110 and am oa pm ' Olive Hill '' '.. 64 os pm 10 40 pm 1105 pm W,"'except"A" ,' 5. P '". Those trains are daily Sunday. " Ashland 19 6 ao pm 10 53 pm " Citlettsbtirg No. 4j leaves Letington 1003 am: 4s pm arrives Paris 6 jo (mi ta 30 .11111 3 15 pin 1041 am: except bund " Hiiuilngton. .... iv 6 am'io aj pm No Arr White Sulphur litesCilicliuiatl5i3 m; arrit os Falmouth 11 00 am ' Charlottsville 4 05 am 7 ao pm j except Sundiy. 11 Washington a 30 pin 8 io urn No. 7 Palinotitfi t 00 am; arrltes Cincinpm 9 a " llaliimore nati 755 am; except Suiidav j 5 pm 11 oJ 11 Plnladclphra 0 jj Jo No iilearut Cincinnati ( jo am; arrltes I'al- " New York, 9 o pin j aopm ...vvt.ii iu ,u a ni. niiiiuat only a o pin 80511m " Klchiiinnd, Va leaves I'.ilmoulli .No. p in: 5 05 jun 11 30 inn " Oldl'olntComfort n p m ; Suiidj) 3S pin 11 uo " Norfolk M"u'.--- ' ,"'"' ,U"V l'twcen Lexing. tonnnd (ncimiall. No runs dnlly betneen and I.txiiigion Nns t ahd 6 make connections at Winchester Returning, fast Vestibulcslfroin New York und loriiolmsontheN N M V Hy all eastern points arrltes at Wins heMer 4 04 p m and Liixiuaton 4 47 p Ml dail). Fust malt from IMPOKIA.N1 C;.flMe' ","Jthis line nnw arrive of Huntington and all points enst nrrlvet Winchw-te- r a and depart from tin. Central Union Passenger daily Ex- Station Cincinnati, making 11 33 a m nnd Lexington 11 45 noon Fast express from Hiiiiungian, points North, Cast and West conn.ctiont for all cept Sunday Lexitigioti Parkersburg and Wheeling arrive Through tickets aiirt Ujcigc dmly. 10 95 p destination ruaehrd by a railr ad. checked to any Olive Hill accommodation urrltcs Winchester For full parueul-ira Ure any agent ol the Co. and Lexington 8 10 ft in; lyatcs Lexington ji,. 11. 7 loa imi urv. '" ' " MOUSE. 5 40 p tn, Winchester 040. t Iu --' Pass g r Ut., ijuln pass'krAot., For tickets and Information urltenr apply tn I.exnuton.Ky. Covir.gton, Ky f. W. IIAKNliV, Ticket Agent. 11. K IIUXriNUKiN. S. A. HUOMIIEHO.Trnv Pass. Agt. General II...,,.,. I L MURPIIV.Oe.n'1 Past. Agt. J D. YARRlNO ION. Jd V V , Lexlnfton, Ky Chamber of Commerce lluilditig, Cincinnati, O, Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimoro, Now York, l.te llerea. Lve Livingston 00 1$ a in 111 am !' '," '"" ..::; 11111 . 11111 1 1 1 1 1 11111 11111 11 0i,.' "" Ciiii-intiS- 111 s 111 jrv K .1 ,i.V . .. v.; v ... ',?- - 1