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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889082701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. MT. SALEM. Mm. lYmiL'lla CHURCH AFFAIRS. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1889. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. i i NO. 57 i t -- Itt'VJi. Kvuiih ami Hoimi'r'ri meetliiu FoiiSam:. Six or tijslit reil boars. J. Flint, who wnsconsiil- Judge Morrow adjourned court last l K. Hruce. erubly lulvaiucd in nf, tlit'il (f Mux at in l'ulaski tcmilti'il in IWmlilitiomt. Saturday until Tuesday, Monday being! '' fvw.E ."0 pol ewes nml bucks, our countv court. her homo at Klnpi Moiintnin on the Uw. J. M. Hrtiit' hut rutunieil from FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 1889. Mi: - CSlnovv, where he went to pleach Sun- - G. 11. Harnett. inst. Her ri'inains were taken to The Ladies' Aid Society of the ChrisM. A. I., ''"' Carter sold to lhirna & IIuiiu 74 tian church is arranging to entertain the Klnnoy .cemetery anil biiriuiloiitho'JUli. day. He will likely reeeivo a call there! hoy, --M'J pounds average, at I cts. aid societies of Stanford, Kiiksville and She has ninny (riendtt and relatlvi-- in Moral! bin time. Kacultvol TrineJ Teai her. K.xcellent Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction Traders tell us that more ewis have Hryantsville about Sept. 11th. Thortujh, Full information gU en on application. Uro. Barnes wiite.x that he has not, this mtIIoii. , Our military company lias gone to Mr. ThomiiH Jiluder, a yoiniK man of fuisaken hit old love, the I. .1., but will changed hands this year than ever be- ...... I., ...... ...I lilu tlu rmvll 111 IvItlMH llCMll ...miiiii.i l.lu I... IOIV Lexington, where they will remain in Thomas Wood bought of Dudderar camp about 10 days. It is impossible to THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY, reaches the altitude of 15 feet, (I ineheH, j does not have to earn hit living by ho DANVILLE. Pros, a lot of extra cattle at imagine what would become of ourState led to the altar on the -- I'd intt. Mian Cab much swent of the brow. and experience! curpj of TcjcIipm. Cl.mlc.il, scientific and electEstablished 1810. A fi healthful if her citizen-soldie- rs He Durham, a rather umall last of 1.1 were not occasion- ive otmet of studi. Location and accessible. Superior advantage for a liberal and thorLincoln county contributed S.'t-- I of IlJ cts. IIuiiu A Hums have bought in the ally called upon to 'camp out in this man- ough education KcfincJ Chr.MUn home, Increaied endownment and enlarged Faculty for coimnz Huminers, daiiKhter of Mr. Warner Dur- thu ?LV,,!j" raised in the State .S. S. Conjcar. For ctalogue and ether information, appk-tWest Kiul several hundred ewes at S3.LM ner. W. G YOUNO, D. D., President, Danville, Ky. ham, of Caey county. vention at I'aducah. Forty-liv- e counJohn G. Fee lectured at the courtwife, of Mis- ties were represented witli IH.'t delegates, to $4.40. Mr. Glaney Jones and I have on hand best mountain house Sunday afternoon on the African souri, are now on an extended visit to the largest convention of the kind ever ewes which are for sale. H. G. Gover, Pace its Future. There was a good this section nmoiiK their many friends held in the State. KENTUCKY. Crab Orchard. crowd out to hear him. The general exA new wav to collect church debts and relatives. Oluncy left here when a Opens Sopt. Next 1889. John Goode bought in Casey coun- pression is that the lecture was n good small l)oy and never returned till three lM been instituted by the Haptist church SCIENTIFIC cattle at onetind that be gave the negroes some THREE COLLEGES THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF years ago when ho came after n wife, at bewisport. The collector has notified ty I'J bend of L and AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. 2J and 2 J cents. splendid advice. He is now in good circumstances and Is the members that the iuiium of all the region. 1,000 feet above sealevet. Kefintd and hosHealthy I.o ation in the heart of the pitable community Students find homes ill the best families and Memorial Hall. Kxprnscs mod M. J. Jones' training stable at SomSince last report the jury in the a tine specimen of a line family. delinquents by n certain time, will appear irate $160 to $140, Attcndnte la-- m'mu:i, 31a, from 17 States and Territories. For full informa-tio- n erset burned, with two fine horses, val- White case, after being held by thecourt and CaUatfite npply 10 L. H. BLANTON, D. P., Chancellor. Juno Held, the nllaVdo clerk at in the local newspaper. 2 or .' days because they could not agree, Frye's Store, closed his connection with "Huylevitcs" is the numu of a new ued at $.'5,000; total loss $7,000. Wyatt Smith, of Marion; bought in were finally dismissed. Havm were for that institution on lust Saturday. He religious sect in South Caioliun. One of YOUNG this, Garrard and Hoylo counters HI head a 2 years' centence ond o for acquittal. to his father's farm near returns its chief tenets is that it it an unpardonNASH VI I.I.K,Ti:.V. A refined Cliri.tUu home, tboroimhly ursanlied tfclmol for of uged mules at $Ui0 to $1.10. In the suit of Jesse Small wood against The young man by his tlue able sin for a preacher to take pay for his xlrl. timr.e of Minty tlinrotieh hih! practical. JSoncliuul in tlie.Viutli or Went can onVr n The Goodpasters, of Mt. Sterling, Col. J. It. Henderson and others for $15,-00- 0 pj.tr itr Hoard reducedsurrounding. I.iirci't eiiriillnirnt of nt,)rcliol f.irlrlln llicclty during tlm nodal qualities made many friends here work. This sect would be popular witl to 3ipr mouth. For raUloituemUrn, J. It. HANCOCK, 1'riiiciiiul. for shooting and wounding, there who will regret to lose him, and hujnomc people in JeM.unine, if we may lost their pacer, Klf King, record 2:2.1, formed associations w hich hu will long) judge hy the pittances they pay their valued at $10,000. He dropped dead at was a verdict for the defendant. TWENTY PROFESSORS Sabina, O. Somebody has started a pretty good remember. May good luck and prosper- - pastors. Journal, AND INSTRUCTORS. W. II. Higgins has purchased of C. one on our grand jury. It is told Agricultural and Mechanical. ity go with him. The annual report of the Shelby that W. Adums the Andy Gibson farm south they called n young man before Scientific. Engineering, Classical, OOB' It very randy happens that a rond county Sunday-school- s for lSWidiows in them "orma' School, Military Tactics, of the depot at $2.1 per acre. Somerset and asked him if he had bought any surveyor deserves any praise, therefore the county JW schools; II Haptist, 11 Itepoiter. whisky in town lately. When he replied when you como across one who does his Methodist, S Christian, : Presbyterian The Laurel county fair begins to- in the affirmative, tiiey asked: "Well, T QT COUNTY APPOINTEES HKCEIVED ntm FREE.inn. riuatron ION. whole, duty he should have full credit and A I'nioii, with a total of .'Hit ollicers ddrt1 Full Term oca! inner .Srntrmhrr II. I""l. ". fnra rii,ni,p h. ., I.i:.XIN.T4.. KY. i r...n.3. u..Ysr. It.. for it. Hob Smith is the host road over-Bee- r and teachers and 2.47-- scholars. So far morrow and lasts three days. A good Hilly, when was the lasttimeyou bought a good time are promised it 7" Peaching for his hip pocket, on of I.lt'.coln county and perhapt thu as is reported there have been 7S addi- exhibition and AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL all who attend. the prohibition side, be drew a newly SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, State. He is almost making a pike from tions to the church from the Sunday-schoIf not sold before I will lmvuBouiel filled pint Husk, banded it to the foreman SHELBY VILLE. KY. He had eight and (" from other sources. Sen- here to (.ireen River. j nice male Berkshire pigs ready for er- - and said, "Oh, I got some just a shoit Founded March 25th, 1825, by Mrs. wagons on last Friday hauling rock and tlnel. Julia A. Tevls. The Jews in New Vork Citv hnve 4!)i vice on the market next countv court! while ago; have n drink 7" The stoiy gravel. women in the South. Teachers are graduates of The oldest School for ' day. John Bright. synagogues and constitute a population further bays that It) quids of tobacco m That Huttonville crowd who went the best Colleges. Prepares for Welleslev. Accommodations first-clas- s Tipstatr lowered the J of a mile rec-- . simultaneously plunked the tloor of the numbering nearly 1)0,000. They form an ! I every particular. Terms reasouable, and include all School expenses. to Russell Springs last week, consisting . 'J.'. xrw x --ln - onl at Westchester one second, doing it' council chamber, and that when 10 el of June Held, I). S. Carentcr, K. It. intluetitial element, maiiv of them be inu' bankers, merchants, editors and poll-- ! in 1:12. At Saratoga Hen Harrison work- - bows had bended and 10 little fingers i Powell, V. A. itussell, (i. A. Tucker nn I.!... ..... . .. ...I UH...I.-I.-I !!..! I.,nl .1.1 ."UIOIIgH Comprising 10 per, crooked, the empty flask was .iu. r. n 1(111.. r..l,.r.i...l.f,.U- - .111,1 reiHirted " -- W . 1 1. Graves has rente, Mrs.; to the candid witness, who was returned nt. of the filiation, they contribute immedinhappytime. The Itussell county people to the criminal Helm s farm of MX) acres, one mile from, ately dismissed ami a vote was at once ' claimiHl that it was the jolliest band ersailles, to J. P. Speak, formerly of taken which indicted "Hilly" as Mln...i-..ri..tl.n- t Motion. Tbev bad ,aM,being I , . The Sth annual session of the State Garrard county, at $2,500 per vear. I i ,i,..,' ...... K.m m-. m ... ,. v. ., . ,. ... the most comforting witness ever before ".- - I ... . ... . ....... .v ..,tuU,.n,n,IKimi, that bodv. ..... rr.. . Ilier.. f nil, nlna i,,.i,. ' ,.1..,,t-.- r milium m " !" Versailles proved an uiiutially success- - sold last week to Price Hudson, of New-fil- l ty of apple brandy on hands, but of DRIPPING SPRINGS. one. There were ill; delegates in at-- 1 Orleans, 42 head of 4 to , courto such a teelotul set would nuver and they were royally enter-- ; hand mules at an average of $177.00. Wc will close on th loth of Septemtoin.li that article. Tew mey iV Son sold recently to St. boy. soiiis: by the laincd during their stay. The reports A ber and from this date we will take , . , m... -. w boarders at ?( per w cek. name of McCormuck, reached this place 1"""" " raised, which employed : mules now be:ng fed at the farm of Mrs. We nre now having thetHiest weathon tat Tuesday and w bile he was eating . n whole or part of their tune, John I). Carpenter, at $l&0 per bead.-ii- ian er of the season and we have some i'V"i'lit.-cheese and crackers at Frve's counter a guests than :i,(,X) additions were gain-- ! Hustonvi le Cor. who will remain to the clofe. bv the name of Johnson nrrivo(,i'- '"ore through their ellor.s. The conven- -H- owling N.u have sold .'W0 or 400 - AT The last public ball will be on next from Yose.nite and called h'.u. from the ,ioM breeding ewes to Hugh and II. Saturday night, August Hist. Everybody lwxt v,Mr m )" ,,u,t;1 Iwv took out the back front door. The "' ' u' . " " W Allen and David invited. Ladies free; gents LV cents. Vu'r :l door to the woods n'n.l corn tlolds, but . ofo,tt countv. for l.,o a head, Now U your chance. Kespt., ' - "K';'t''U l ": was stopped bv some citizens and deliv" M".T l'VMW: thV , i't'H.n- -L- exington Ga.ette. D. G. Sl.U'uiituk. had a gun ered to Johnson. The y mere were i,i;j nogsiieaiis oi mihim of bruiikiuu u. .him .oi.ii; .in....." ..Mm jinn...-Lancaster Xews copy. .Folmson winch is immediately in the rear of co, weighing a million poundsand worth' into u house nml obtaining at Yoi'inite. the pulpit and is shut from view by over $100,000, sold at auction in Louis-- 1 The Grandest oTthe Season. After tho capture of tho boy, JoIiiimiii doors. The ordinance was conferred ville one day last week, the largest sale One more chance to visit Old Point. vxiitpuratiMl that but little beraini' m with considerable scenic ell'ect. Prepar-- , ever made in the world in one day. The Old Kentucky Koute, N. N. & M. V. nmld be got ten out of him ations were made for it during the sing- Col. It. G.Stoner, of the Ilambleto-- ' Co., E. I), will run the last and cheapest about the case, and it win thought im- iug of a hymn and when the doors were nian stock farm, purchased of W. II,! excursion of the season to Old Point anil prudent to have him in charge, but he sw ung open, it disclosed ltev. John Hell Fisher his farm known as "Woodbrook," the famous Hygeia Hotel. A special f .vft w ith him and nothing Iiuh been Gibson standing in the water and the near Paris, containing 22o acres at $1.'H train with Pullman sleepers and elegant heard of the nllair ciiiee. candidate on the Meps ready to descend an acre This is one of the finest tracs coaches will leave Lexington at 7 o'clock Mother-of-peai i., Thursday, Sept 1'--'. is the hard, silvery, and be burii'd in baptism. A prayer was of land in tlie county. ."secietary A. It. Carotheis encloses rate will be $10 and The round-triof several kinds otlered by Gen. Gano, the young girl brilliant internal layer "The Nel.-o- n the tickets will be good to return on nil of shellH, especially oysters. The large stepped down into the water, the pastor complimentary and says: Sfc. Ice Sn-,county Fair begins Sept. ;1 and continues regular trains until Sept. .'iOth. This exoysters of the Indian sens alone secrete repeated tho words ''I hnptizo thee. thi coat Binncicntly thick to milieu their as he plunged her beneath its surface, 4 days. Our new trotting track and cursion will be run a.t such a time as to F slit lis available for purposes of mauufiu'-turo- . the doors were doted and the ceremony grand stand are finished and the fair will xitl'era splendid opportunity to finish was over, performed decently and in or-- 1 he the best ever held." the summer at the seaside, returning Tho brilliant hues of mother-of-pear- l The peach crop this season in not so1 home after the end of the heated term dejiend not so much upon the na- der. It wies a decided improvement on! perfoima'iee and with the large as lust year, but it is bringing bet- -' and not in the midst of iiot weather. the mud-hol- e ture of the shell as upon its structure. Mkroscopic wrinkles or furrows run usual bad behavior on its banks, and tor pi ices, tjuite a number of the grow- -' The surpassing beauty of the scenety ers have realiz.etl as high as So" n bushel along this route and tiie many attracacross the surface of the sliejls and act everyone went away impressed. for the bent. The grape crop is unusu- tions presented by tlie celebrated Hygeia upon the rellcted light in such a way as He Got It. ally large and the shipments very hea-- Hotel ate toowell known to need comchromatic ef- to produce the beautiful I stood on the bridge at midnight, as vy. Eliztibethtown News. ment. Arrangements have been made fet. Diamonds when perfect nre as drunk as a son-of-gun, two moons rose The Anderson Nuws says many for special louud-trirates from Old clear as a drop of water. They nre de- over the city, where there ought not to mule colts nre being engaged at J15 to Point for those desiring to extend their scribed ns first or second water when have been but one. I could see their S'.X). David Tfihiino botiuht l.'i tit r0 outing to Washington, lialtiinore or ni'ire or loss clear. Diamonds may be bright nutation in the water under me, mU t0 New York. A no more favorable season ,0 7t,ir 1();ul T n R white, blue, red, yellow, green, blown, an. I experienced a fee lug of wonder j could be selected for visiting these cities. llMtrtl A ., 0, slluib; 5 violet, or.ingu or black and great curiosity. If only one li'! mult.Hnl$,5o. .,. V. Leathers bought 13! Excursionists will have the additional been there I would not have been in privileges of stopping off at Hiciimond, The pedestal for tho (ten. Hobert E. .loiiht, but what two moons were, o.ng 1 mj,k t.08 nt$,: to 3,7.30. Thl)miw M. Tutcher, tho Clip:lbie White Sulphur Springs, Natural Bridge Lee monument to be erected in llich-- , could not well make out. Tho tide was nm, muUt!0m HlM.rL.Ury ot lhl. Somerset or any of the famous summer tesorts inond, Vn., is rapidly Hearing comple Glasscould hear tho water- slowjy ebbing W1(,8 invitiUioils t0 W nIlll tll0 upon the return tiip. Parties desiring tion. The bronze equestrian statue, by roll, as I stood in the waving shadows, Ka the sculptor Mcrcie, is now being east in to bide from the night patrol. How of base ball boys to attend the exhibition, sleeiug car space siiould send in their Tobacco. For fuither information which will be held Sept. prom- - names at once. 1'aris. It is expected that the monuten, ol.I how often, in the days of ll ,,1? tl) treill 11S thu blMt , iliH power. apply to agents of this company or conment can be unveiled in thu latter part at mid lanHyne, I luivo tried to The programme for the ..I..I.I !.. .. Lift .ii....i itoh Ittit tn. ad lin: If you im beat us playing bahe necting lines, or write or apply to G. W. of November. n" .. lUrney, Ticket Agt., Plnenix' Hotel, S. ceremonies includes a military parade, a 11 , ght I was hot and restless, and my bill we can wipe vou up on the Main and Somerset Streets. r I reunion of the Confederate veterans and uiiiiil was full of cate, and tlie walk that question. Come down and well prove A. Hroinberg, Traveling Pass. Agt. J. L. j't Murphv, General Pass. Agt., Lexington, ntaaddrcBs by Col. llichard Anderson. lay before me was more than I could It is stated tliat several sales of new Ky. There is much dissatisfaction because bear. I had no latch key with me, and orn have taken place in tho county at the pedestal is built of granite quarried locked be the door, and I would have to $1 The frigate bird of Africa is the swift-- , jn.r barrel, and one well posted farm- in Maine; It is nsnirted that it should sit on the doorsill, as I oft had done be- est of winged creatures so rapid that' L.r tolls us that mot of the standing corn sailors believe it can start from home in', be Virginia granite. fore. I'd hnve to sit in tho doorway, in in the county could be contracted for at the morning and light in America on the Our beloved Postmaster General does agony and fear, till a voice said from thu that price. Preston Cloyd, who lives u evening of tho same day, thus crossing, bus- window, "Did the lodge hold late, my mjL. from tliis place, leceived a big blue the Atlantic in about 11 hours. En-- 1 not permit politics to interfere-witlightened observers, however, place the, I stood there dream- some time ago, dear?" So iness, llids were invited, ,)0tatofro.n Dakota Teiritory, plant- speed at 200 miles an hour. ing and watching the restless tide, a cop t(j it ,ul,i nas just ,1,,,, from this seed po- for the uniforms of thu Cincinnati 3SS5KS: " You Cannot Afford : Many of tho local leading fur- came along with a wagon and invited,! tat() nmi0 0I1U bushel and one peck of! .x v v 'Y 1110 to ride. i Lx. - At till h sc.uon of the year to be without a good re, .. . y elegant potatoes. Harrodsburg Demos?vs nishers went into the competition. The 1, JCM ". h.ilile clhrrlioc.i buU.itn in the house, as cramp. Kjf bid was iUXi per uniA- - SW lowest Cincinnati -- T. E. Wood bought in this county n 'I he copartnership of McKobertt V htaijg i. bv WM.ee weighed up IS fat cattle colic, ilurrhoi'.i ;ttul all Inflammation of the stum-- j ,AiK2&u Mr. Si.i?R retiring, pnd mutual form. But Wauamakor & Hrown.'of bunch of fat cattle at cts. that averaged 1,iW7 pounds. They were ach and towels uie exccvilmsly ilatigcrout tf not- tho butmctt will lureafier be condmit'd by V It Philadelphia, got tho contract at ?Jl). Of Ono hettle of llesgn Diarattended to ul once. .McKoLerti. Mr. W. V. Abraham has ret uincd apart of.r)00 cattle Mr. Lee bought in hroej Ilalsam will do more (,'nod in case of the 'lhe acounts will be Jointly course John did not linvo any tip to from Tennessee, wheie he bought ISO' will be at the old stand, and dime indebted June of T. It. Itipy, of Anderson county, kind than any other mcdicino on earth. Wo 'guaroil" that 5 cents. to in caiitcttle any day. We detire to etprcx knock ewes.and wethers. He was the guest ' 1(t J cents. .1. YV. Guest's antee it A II. lVnny Druvit our Miicere thanks to our euttomer for their klrd Yolir If tll . nilMnaC. saloon Woody Cross while tbeie and yesterday eolt, Judge Morrow, who is in Scoggin ---They were neariiiguu 1:-1 The Pride of Woman. and tho young man casimlly remarked: showed his appreciation of bis attentions Hros's. stiiug of winneis in the East, is A clear carly and transparent iViii u alway a by sending him this jiaper for a season. developing into the best is full of lgu of pure blood, ami all )ron troubled with "'Jliev sav that HUSTONVILLE, KY. E. VAKNOX, El out. Lust week hu ran u inilu in I'A'ii, dark, treaty, jvllcv or blotched skin can rot at- California's unbeaten liyenr-ol- d V" she t'his year." "Oh! is it Mon- - defeating aged horses. Are ttlll In tho bu inc. and ready to do any. On Tuesday at lured that their blood it out of order A few ducs Attornoj at Law, gushed. "That must bo a new flavor, Hio Ifey, won tlio Eclipse Staku at thlnz In the Under ttknnr line. We have a full of llcffn' Illood Purifier & lllood MaVer will re- j nock of Cacs and Caskets of all kindt and Kobei I should like to taitu it. I'm about roe Park over 14 of tho best youngsters Westchester Park, N. Y., ho- finished and Kentucky. oietcfjr uetcription uur nearte, wnicli it nearly riove the cause and Inc. twin will become clear and Stanford, new can be obtiilned on short notice. Mr. J. 11, sick of all tho old flavors." And thu with ease, doing tho Jsof a milu in 1:14. Hfcnnd to that good sprinter, Tattler, in transparent. Try it, mid if atlsfuctiun is not shell Ad-o- n Will practice in all the count of tint and udjoiu-n- s Green hat charge of rur business and will show it will cott you nuthintf. It U fully warranted. A. young man hadn't '0 cents in his pocket- Ilia owner inimodiately raised his price i:50l, one mile and one sixteenth. oursoodt to any ono needing anvthint; in our counties and in the court of apixul. K. 1'enny, Urucuiit. yocato. him to ?o0,000. r line Office over Mc Huberts .I btajj's druj; loxe Ledger. Y. !-N. ; Stanford Female College 2, IIUHBARD, J. President. .1 11 ! i CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, Session .t Rlue-drais R itimoM), Ilth, CAL STUDY-CLASSI- Hut-tonvlll- e. WARD'S SEMINARY FOR plea-mut- LADIES. iiiorerlr-gitnthome- - TATE COLLEGEI j D -- "Trr"ClVTnrXT fT7"y ol W "' of,,tlin ,, lr u.t ... '. -- .. ... " ........ .- .... SUMMER GOODS T. R. WALTON'S. f","!""' i'"- - i ' i lv '"' A,1''. looac-li.i)tistr- ' rl i White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extract for Cream, p " ) M ASON'SgWSRE-TO- FRUIT JARS ' Sealing Wax and Jar Gums. ' 1 Scythes, Snaths 'and Whet Stones. a p -a ,., Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Begular stock embraces Cigars, M ' Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, ware, Queen sware, Confections, 10-i:t- th, ,.', T. H. WALTOIT, J. ISurlon, Clerk, ' j h j mail-carrier- s. j,, iissouljtio:nt ma- esSCKS !'''.;. lloS-fVytSj- 'i IP?s W ,i-- '. ... two-year-o- I n ' j. T, A CO., ice-crea- tyro-toxic- d WALLACE j 64-t- .v- - .. W.I. Moore nml John A. Jasperl TiiKiurvisntlnsturiBtlinB with the case of Judge rulliau, tho arguments have been appointed storekeepers ahd Minvtm. rnnMiuifil yesterday. An at-- gangers in turn uistrici. ! Tho mmnhorahin of tho Kniuhts of n IllVOk i Inrv " w nl. Ilk mnit t. imiin, J""J .U t'onfl. . UtlHWIlt Ul . Stanford, K.Y., AUGUST 2t, lSbU l,.ntlv nredlcled. Tin- - entire effort of Labor hos declined in three years from ' the defense litis been to prove that I'ul- - ('.00,000 to less than 1200,000 Ben Johnson, a notorious moonshinliatn's wife was guilty of adultery with Miller, as if that could in any way ex- er of Casey county, was arrested and cuse Pitllium for attempting to blackmail lodged in jail at Somerset. Henry Shaw, the venerable philanTurner-HoV.i- rd war is again on him of 35,000 and muriiering him when The refused to give up the price that Pul-lim- n thropist, died Sunday, at St. Iotiis. His in Harlan and great excitement prevails. he had put on his wife' honor. Had estate is valued at Several men havo been killed and othA couple of children at Nashville missing. Judge Tinsley had to lie taken a shot gun and killed Miller ers are lie heard o! the alleged inti- - found some pills and played doctor. One adjourn his court at Mt. Pleasant till hos- the minute A best to tilities are over. The sheriff and jailer mncy, an unwritten law would have ac- is dead and the other is nearly so. dillleulty Tennessee is having much Shoes. come would quitted him, but there is no sympathy are both relatives of Howard and owing to be week, to not consent to arrest him unless Judge for a man who puts any price whatever in hiring out her 1,100 convicts, upon his wife's chastity, and if nny man tho prejudice against that class of labor. Boyd would agree to give him bail, William Price, of Wichita, Kas., which of courso he refused and for ever deserved the rope Pulliam does. should have promptly He is a black hearted craven villain, who was soundly thrashed by three "society" which the judge placed them iu jail. The county judge, is hardly worthy of even the form of a women of that place for traducing them. Since August a, 1SS7, the treasury Lewis, then attempted to make the ar- legal trial. department has bought S170,S7t',100 his posse of 11 were rest himself, but Minnesota's new law which makes outnumbeied three to one by tho How- drunkenness a misdemeanor, has proved worth of bonds at a total cost of ard gang and came near being anuihihi. very satisfactory for the two months that Cut-Dow- n Carlisle D. Graham made n success ted by it. Judge Lewis finding that he it has been in force. A local newspaper ful trip through Whirlpool Rapids, Ni Come we a, see n was powerless went to Frankfort to see tays: "lucre has been a marked boat agara Falls, in his barrel-shapewe the governor, who telegraphed Hoyd to of the number of arrests for meet him in Louisville, where they dis- drunkenness in St. Paul as compared Sunday. c. g Swift ik Co.'s immense cussed the necessity for troops. The re- with the corresponding period of last establishment, at Kansas City, was damsult of this conference was kept secret, year. The rigors of the now law are reas Judge Boyd was convinced that if the served for those who commit the offense aged 3150,000 by fire Sundav. One man worth, 1. Slipoutlaws found out the state of affairs for n third time, and only two such cases lost his life. leatli-e- r Booth and Barrett will begin their they would vamoose or make it decided- have occurred since it went into force. 2!!d ly hot for him, as he sought bin courts The law is founded upon common sense, engagement at Louisville September and continue a week. Season tickets S2, S3; by the lonely roads leading to the court- and presents a favorable contrast, in $2. is a wretched state of affairs, this respect, with prohibition, which re- with reserved seat 312. houses. It A Barnum'8 circus train was wrecked for which the officers of the law are in a gards the drunkard as an irresponsible "rbe SO ring Y., when great measure rosiKHisible. Murder has person, and visits all its penalties upon near Wntertown, N. of the four chariot horses, including one been regarded somewhat in the nature of the seller." teams, and two camels were killed. a line art and murderers have been perThe count of the vote, which is pro The executive committee in less than mitted either to go without arrest or let a week before the meeting of the Nation- gressing laboriously, indicates that the off with light bail, if that formality was will have a complied with. It is this kind of treat- al Editorial Association at Detroit, met Constitutional Convention majority far exceeding estimates. ment of tho takers of human life that and named delegates as follows: French At Henderson Miss Thesia Midler M. St., has given Kentucky such an unenviable Upton, Hichmond Climax; U. M.Mench- Kentuckian; Urey started a fire with coal oil and cleaned . Hojikinsville reputation abroad and is daily bringing oodson, Uwensboro Messenger; Ueo. the chimney with powder, with the iihuller into further contempt. The North S. Rosier, Maysville Bulletin and W. si result. She will die from her injuries ern papers will send forth the usual It is possible that the C. it 0. will with G. M. howl, but it will be rather on a low key, M. Hull, Courier-Journa- l, P. E. Itcers killed Lewis Rice at In- use the Louisville Southern from Lexwhen they discover that the democratic Ditto, M. B. Bowden, A. A. Lewis, John L. & N., as at pres- dependence yesterday. of ington party is not responsible either for the ad- A. Wood and 0. J. Cromwell, alternates. ent. instead the Kilraiu was allowed to give bond, ministration of justice in that l.iwless Mr. Meacham was assigned to read an A railroad collision occurred on the for 32.000 at Purvis. Miss., and is again a e.'ctii n, or for th men who compose the essay on Legitimate Circulation. The se Baltimore A Ohio road in West Virginia free man. I devilish bands of murderers and nssass-f- l ctions are good ones and had the com Friday, in which four persons lost Carporal Tanner, Private Dalzellaud ins. In the election which occurred less m ttee acted in time, Kentucky would their lives and many others were in- Gen. Alger are candidates for command-- 1 than a month ao, Harlan county, the h ve been creditably represented. jured. mv hi sesn Is Receiving His wie u. scene of the outbreak, gave a republican Friday was a bad day for murderers. sion nt Milwaukee. The Nicholusville Democrat was sold majority of 570 in a total vote of 8415, and four at New York Ludlow, jumpGeorge E. for debt Saturday, the Franklin Type In addition to the the entire district is overwhelmingly reHenry Roberts was hanged at Butte, ed from the middle span of the Cincin- Foundry, which held first mortgage, bepublican, else there might be n better coming McCoy at San Antonio, nnti Southern bridge into the Ohio, a j Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial the purchaser. This is nearly Mont., and Jim state of affairs. Texas. instance 01 im. icei, ami escaped wiui-oalways the result of trying to run two To get rid of the attentions of a injury. In addition to nominating himself for papers iu a one-p.ptown. It is only a newspaper carrier to his daughter, a Four murderers of women were governor of Virginia, Mahone named question of time and the editor's capaciman sent to worked off at New York Friday, two in Col. Sletnp, of Lee, for lieutenant gov- ty to get people to credit him, when the Chicago millionaire had the up charge a very artistic manner, but the othertwo ernor and W. S. Liirty, of Rockingham, newer venture goes to the wall, if the the penitentiary on a trumped of larceny. uth a heiofuU, liter, 1'implc, I Kcralcd Throat. ,.SPK,f!C, ' a" Ml were slowly strangled to death. Their for attorney general. Tho platform vig- old one is at all worthy, The Jessamine Ac I'ricc Si per loltle f:'!l,.hJ!l!,,u,.S,;r"i" '" " '" ii'tVi!?Gov. Wilson, of West Virginia, and crimes were committed prior to the law MAM IIIO.S III riKKSItthr moil pleawnl l take uf ill the Iron tonics. Il turn Dyipcptla orously approves the protective policy Journal is a mighty good paper and is as Dr. J. T. Cotton, requiring executions by electricity, hence it eiveaa keen appetite, enruho. the bkod, ir.ulutt. the liver and nnp.ru ne energy to the mmclr his aged father-in-laof tho republican party, favors the Blair much in that line as .Mchoiasvine can and nervous ivtiiia Price Ji rt hetllr. while the old method in dispatcning them. OAlI.ll'F'S WORM SVRUI' U roadf of the worm killcri a! medInown to liill, demands free whisky and tobacco support in a measurably decent man- were thrown over an embankment ical profmion and therefore recommend itwir. It it plrat.nt to take, ctrclln rrlwlde. tht kale and I'nce C driving at Charleston and the latter is Watch your potatoes and if you find per bottle. and denounces with territlic vehemence ner. CATUrTS MAONKTIC 1'II.LS for all l.ier Impaired Dictation, SUk Headache. e perhaps fatally injured. they are rotting, take a large the democratic administration of the Ac Acu at'th.iric I'm. e etnti per Tun eompletion of the Ixjuisville Sou Diphtheria is raging at Moscow, O., plow, straddle the row, plow well to the Manufactured ami I r talc to the trade bylot the negligent and commonwealth as corrupt, Lexington was celebrated Sat- a town of 000 inhabitants. There have left and about two inches under the po extravagant and accuses that party of thern to WIULIAMSHUKG DRUG CO., urday in grand style and everything been 12 deaths and 70 children are tatoes, whop them upside down and let stealing the State in the November elecpassed off in a most gratifying manner. with it. Defective sanitary condi- hem be there till you want to market or tion. Mahone will make the effort of regain his lost power, but we The great Tyrone bridge stood the test tions cause the epidemic. put them away for winter. his life to a entire line showed The Spring Lake reservoir, located John Anderson, a 3150,000 bachelor have confidence in the manhood of the without jar and the a substantial near Fiskville, Rhode Island, broke and of Xenia, 0., offered to give pretty An-ni- e true Virginians and their determination that it had been built in Col. Bennett H. ao.000,000 gallons of water it contained Nevins all his estate if she would to thwart the ambitions of the unscrupu- and excellent manner. Young deserves with the other direc- swept down the valley to the Pawtuxet marry him and she accepted. Ho is parasite. lous little tors, of whom Mr. W. T. Grant is one, river. Only three lives were lost. tottering with the weight of 71 yea re, Mas. Mayiirick, the American wo- much credit for the celerity with which The notorious Andrew Johnson was she a blooming damsel of 17, with an man sentenced to death at London for this great addition to the railroad system acquitted of the murder of Josiah Hos-kin- s eye open to the main chance. tho poisoning of her husband, has had bus been pushed. at Pinevillein 1S85, when .Mr. NapThe completion of the Knoxville, her sentence commuted to penal serviier's and Mr. Hoskins' little girls were Cumberland Gap & Louisville road was Brown-Sequarof Life, Elixir The Dr. tude for life. She was convicted entire, also killed. The jury was out 21 hours. celebrated by a free excursion to Knoxly on circumstantial evidence and there made from the vitals of Iambs and other The soldiers' monument at Indian- ville busineNS men. Twenty-twmiles are grave doubts that she committed the animals litis furnished the papers with apolis, which President Harrison came from the city one of tho coaches jumped very crime, but the court and jury seem to a subject for discussion during a all the way from Washington to assist iu the track on a trestle and tumbled into have gone off on the idea that a woman dull season. Of course the claim that starting, will be the highest iu the coun- the stream below, killing fire and injurwho would commit adultery as was an injection of the elixir will lestore an try, except tho Washington monument. ing 31 persons. proven in her case, was fit only for the old man to youthful vigor.is the biggest Spokane Falls, W. T will be rebuilt Sixty-siteachers attended tho Ingallows and declared accordingly, though kind of a humbug, but the American as soon as possible. Sales of the burned here, and an inquiry dcvclojicd stitute humthere is no law human' or divine that people, as Btirniiiii said, like to be over ground have been made at 31.000 the curious fact that of the 'X male bugged and catch on to any kind of n makes such an offense punishable with per front foot, and eastern capitalists and teachers 20 were republicans and (' were fake with alacritv. death. companies are oll'eriiig loans for rebuild- democrats. Of the !H lady teachers 2(1 Will keep.'.constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture .Dukino old Kndicott's four year's were democrats and 5 republicans. Lib- and Undertaker's Goods. My The Ovvensboro Messenger takes the ing. prices will be as low as such goods Frank Statidiford, son of the late erty Prens. Which proves that the laof the war department, he Hopkinsville Kentuckian severely to can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be .conto be chief task for saying that there is nothing Dr. Standiford, who spent an estate val- dies have more sense than the men. only appointed one democrat of a division and tho other day" Secretary wrong in the editors of the Hardin Coun- ued at nearly $100,000 almost by the By tho premature explosion of a vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Proctor fired this solitary , individual. ty Independent accepting io0 from a time he reached his majority, is dead iilnst of fed pounds of giant powder iu drill was' One of the consoling featured of the re- candidate to remain quiet in a race. Bro. from the effects of riotous living Aged Russell county, Va., an tltrailtt theitmlcat, II hour itilcket betv, ten sult of the late election was tho fact that Meacham certainly must have gone clean 22 years. driven through Michael Dances' head, Henry Goodman plunged a knife to 9 feet protruding on either side. John it made such fellows as Kndicott take a daft to to enable him to entertain such walk. He was one of Cleveland's dis- an opinion of what appears to us an ex- the hilt into the breast of D. J. Sharp in Henry had both hands blown oil'. Joe ' Orcoveries, who proved an eminent failure, ceedingly disreputable deal all around. a magistrate's court in Pulaski, when he Moore's right shoulder was torn oil' by BPHg?nzriiYF ift i i made at a sister of Goodman who had rock. Andrew Martin had a leg blown und demonstrated early in his career rTTiTnTrr7riirQH Kntire Train Kun Through Without Change. Sharp expired imme- oil at the knee and William Kunz w.s The fellow Howard, who is now ter- called him a liar. that it v.as a pitiful "mistake which brought him out of the obscurity of his rorizing Harlan county, is wanted iu diately. TIIROU(;H.uTsr:KVlCK. terribly injured by Hying rocks. During the present month a dozen Missouri for ono or more murders and New England home. A professor at the California Univer-- Tram No i, Pullman lloudoir IluH-cMeeplnc Cur., Cincinnati to New Orleanai there is a standing reward of $5,000 for persons have lost their lives in Denver, sity claims to have discovered that cerGiiekn It. Kkllkk isa candidate Hon. ChaliaiuiM to Slireveport for him in that State, while 31,4.00 is put Col., by using kerosene iu starting fires, tain combinations of fat and oil with sulIran; No. s, I'mlman lloudoir IliifTtt Sleeplnir as clerk of tho next House for in Kentucky. including two Saturday. This is about phur compounds when used for tanning ,"larv!n,C",',,l' VNcw J'1"" ani1 as the price of his head 13 kntmlile. bleeper St. Louli and it is likely lie will receive the honor tc.New Or Nun via.M. A O. Surely this amount ought to tempt some as good a way to get rid of the fools as have the effect of rendering leather imwithout opposition. lie is thoroughly game detective to take him. Where's any other. pervious to water, and so pliable as to SQKiTyc! cognizant of the dutier. of the office and Coi"lllt'l Schedule in Effect March 31, 18 Zip Sims fired his pistol from n train render it almost indestructible. The asMarshal Hunter? filled it with great credit. The legislators as it was passing through a tunnel near sertion is made that boots and shoes nJCVD DO"WN". JtinviD would honor themselves by giving it to We regret to observe that editor W. Somerset and the ball rebounding hit a manufactured of leather thus prepared TKAI.N.i bUO I II by acclamation. X' AT.NrS NORTH: him It. Cress has decided to leave Mt. Ver- passenger in tho face, indicting a serious will last five times as long as the foot No. 7, I No 47T No. 1 TfoTir .No. 1. ho. j. n" No, 4. 6. STATIONS. Daily. Dally. Daily. non. He is doing financially well appa- wound. Sims endeavored to escape, but wear now on tho market, with no addiuiiii. ually Kait Mm. I Mm. Kir, Sun, Daily. Mn. A. It. Dyche. of the London Echo, Sim. Dally. 'i:. .ln !.. Daily. wo know he is doing a good he was cabbaged and locked up in the tional cost. rently and 17 a m 4 03 pm, stop in j a Cincinnati ... ' l.'ve 6 40 a m 6 41 p in 10 15 a in 3 has been called upon to mourn tho death 30 P " 9 5.1 m 5 47 Iin' 9 ...'illiamitown....I part for law and order in Rockcastle Somerset jail. 8 30 a m 1 J 13 a m p m As the campaign is made up 'in Vir- 10 J9 a m 701pm 10 3l"n ao p m of his estimable wifo and in his allliction licorifetown, .. 4 10 a m m 138 p m J)a ja county. Better Mick to the place and Lawson Goodin, ono of the party ginia, the great issue there must be nec- 11 ,ta p m 7 3Spm losspm 10 5 a m I.exintfion 3 48 !m 4 'sj"" 7 00 a m laioprn the brotherhood tenders its deepest sym-thl.ve....L(iu. S. R. R. ..Arr. you. You that killed Marshal Hubbard, Christmas essarily Mahonlsm, pure and simple. Typhoid fever, which is raging at defy tho devils who oppose '"!"! '.'.'.'.'.'. Arr Durum ..!. are bound to come out conqueror in tho Eve, 1887, in Barbourville, has just been With "characteristic audacitv the little 1131 pm 8 45 pm Iliiruiu.... ...Arr a 5; a in 3 Jop m 3 jo a m 10 London, did tho deadly work, and four iioam n 17 am I.ve 30 p m 16 am , Danville... 3 .IS a m !"" captured in Mississippi. A reward of general has accepted the challenge of his 11 s pm 8 co n in la 30 a m 1143 am 5 jo a m 1031 p tn little children are left to feel a mother's end. 13 a 38 am a 53 a in Junction City enemies ami projected ins unnpie per- 300pm 9 lopm.iaa 03 am 100 pin 10 jo pm :101m SS00 is out for him as he had jumped rtomeriet loss. 05a m' 35 pm 8 30 a in sonality into tho canvass. His candida- 630 pm NEWS CONDENSED. Uakdale jj am 4 15 a m OJSPin m 4 35 his bail of 35,000. jcam 640pm Ar'v.CIiatlanooi;a,..,vc 6 jo p m it asam ture appeals to the worst elements of the 1000 pin 735 a m 4 06 a m members of the G. A. It. Post A few ... 9 loom: 700pm l,"ve.ChattanooBa....Ar'v McDonald, Shea & Co., Knoxvillo State and is to be pushed by tho worst Miss Julia Coleman died in Danville 7 35 m aooa m ...! 101 pin 9 4opmlAr'v Atlalla,. 4 47am nt Lowell, Mass., took advantage of a on tho 21st. ,t 45 p ni'u 4s pm L ve,., IIirminEham Tenn., have been awarded a contract for methods known to our polities. Virginjoopm 300pm (1 03 p m I 30a m' ia is asked to accept, in lieu of its pies-ou- t ....Tiiicalnoia slim attendance to oudoiso tho course of Clint-terlomm Mr. Huntington lias bought the the completion of the Charleston, Cin 11 35 p 111! 4 15"Ar'v Meridian I.'ve rulers, tho reign of a muster wlioso m Commissioner Tanner, but it full meet6 30 n in 11 00 a m Ar'v..New Orleans.,., l.'ve 415am looip railroad. cinnati and Chicago railroad, between sole rule of action is Ids own personal 335Pm S 10 n in i.ve., ...Meridian Ar v expugned it from tho record. As pm 9 (u ing 0 ton m l.'ve lackton Flux is raging at Charleston, W. Va., Marion, N. C, and Minneapolis, Va. aggrandizement. It cannot be possiblo Ar'v o lop in 11 jjm L've..Vickbur; most of tho G. A. It. men are out for the and 50 persons have died from it". 4 00 pm that the mother of States and statesmen The work will cost32,000,000. 4 35 lw Monroe stuff, this action is decidedly refreshing. 1005 a in glory us has so far forgotten her o.iopin Ar v..,.aiirereport, ' 6 00 a m McCluro & Ryan's planing mill at Four representatives elected to the deliberately to make ancient so degrading a V' ..L , I. .turiiiMiuuiiu; 1 ! fc- z, Pullman nuuuuir Ilufket sleeping Can, New (),,. n.iii.iu. to Cincinnati The Ciiitic, Dan E. O'Sullivan'a news- Ijuisville burned Saturday night; loss 51st Congress havo died since November. choice. Courier-Journal- . Shrevcnortto Chattanooga. Train No 6, I'ullmanlloudoir lluffet Slerlnc Cart New Orleans tn Cincinnati Three of these, Bums, of Missouri, paper venture, will nuiko its debut in 310,000. Kov. John Hell Gibson is in a meetTho Hnytian war is 6ver. Legitime Towusheud, of Illinois, and Gray, of Louisville next Sunday and will no doubt bo a daisy. Dan is fully capable has fled, leaving Hyppolite monarch of Louisiana, were democrats, and one, ing with the Glade church, iu Madison JOHN C.OAUIT, Genera, of making it bo, for he wields his free county. nil he surveys. Laird, of Nebraska, was a republican. lance with fearless dexterity. OhMriVhhlLl lNlhKIUKJUUKNHL j... Mr I. U..n.... J 'l;ti I W. P. WALTON. FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.- - pair of ladies' will bottle of the French Shoe Polish will bciven the purchaser of every Be sure and early before all are gone. Shoes slaughtered this the 3207,-lOo.O- mini-tuitio- d pork-packin- And delight of every man, irom.au and child that, desires comfortable and Prices, in many cases being less than half durable footwear at in tills fit and their true value. how little dollar looks when give you in Shoes, Dry Goods, Clothing, compared, with the big value Boots, flats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets; Matting, 2d; all children's All ladies' Slippers iu black and ta.n 75c pers at JOc, worth 05c; ladies' Dongola Kid Shoes warranted solid at $1.35, worth $2: ladies' extra fine Shoes $1.50, worth $2.25; ladies' worth men's fine Shoes in Congress warranted Kid. Button Shoes Bats, or Button $1.25, worth 2o; men's fine patent leather Shoes 2, Don't forget the Summer Clothing ire have left will sold worth egardless of cost, $. ! J AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Main 1 Stanford. SALINGEK, Manager. -- fflo Co MUPWSYc, WINTER j MERCHANTTAILOR FALL .. Rus-sell,- AND goods: ut The Great Remedies! - li"r. -- Nrri. t,t two-hors- now-dow- n YllliaiitKlurK.Ky. NEW FURNITURE STORE! MAiDI HrFMAf, MOP. d o x lS-fo- Cincinnati and New leans. South-Houn- up. I . . 1 1 1 oi T- .lWii ,i .V rnmfm rp The matrimonial storm hns blown Mixki) spices mid ingredients of nil over, Tennessee has claimed her own nnd j Mk. J. A, Caih,k.ntkk nml fninily re pickles nt A. A. Warren b rooiieu KeniucKy, nH yet, 01 no sweet- Ky.. Auoust 27. 18811 turned yesterday from a trip made for kinds far Stanfoud nes. Kentucky boys, stir your stumps Grocery." ".Model his lienlth, which is Homewhnt Improved. and don't let Timhil'Shch out do von. A mockjmi iiiiio Hew Into this olllce imf t r. s.,.,,1........... iu ,,t .lu.h. CITY AND VICINITY. yesterday and was captured. The owner Hansford's and will open school here in S.CWAUTON, I3UH. ManoKor proper-- ; a feu. (1,yH w Jttmcg MrH Wantkd. A good blacksmith. J. W. can Ket It by calling and proving ' ,y' " Danville visiting relatives. Miss Smith, i Wallace. PERSONAL POINTS. TnuC. A 0. otrers the last nml cheap-- 1 nfter a pleasant visit to Dr. Pettus, re-ebii'imiAi. steel plows at cost nt Hig- excursion to Old Point this senson. turned home to Somerset Friday iiccom-I- t OiiKKNiiKimv Hiiuiiir, Sn., ij not exejus A McKiuney's. will run Sept. th at $10 from Lex- - j pnuied by Miss Ida Pcttus. Miss Nettie pected is !he. j Miggins returned home to Somerset nlso. Mu. K. C. Wkuii nml family havo 1,kmon.ik, giugernle, champagne ei- "1011- r , t all ice cold, at Simmer's. Tiik Merrle Kids will meet with Miss "Client many of the Lexington people 'moved to 1.11 v. . der, Names of those have gone home, likely on account of Miks Dovik Kki.anu has returned from Kstlier Ihirch (.Soto IliggitiR ifc McKiuney's for Olin visit t lViryville. expected can bu found with Joe Sever- the dynamite sensation at that plaec. plows, the best in the market. Miss Maggie Nowiand returned to Stanance, Jr. Miss.MArTii: Hkn.vv, of (iarrard. is ver . ford Saturday. Miss Kva P.uchanan is visiting .Mm. J, h". Mocker. is Jk.s-- k Tiiomi'so.v, the tonsorial artist, I iiavk LWMXM) brick now ready for Mu. T. 1". Sri.sK, the clever train dis- luck from bin trip and ready to wait on sale, or will take contracts to build hous- visiting in Stanford. Mr. mid Mrs. J. It. Hailey went to Lexington to place Mrs. patcher, is up from Louisville. his customers. es, chimneys, cisterns, &v. W. F. Itatn- ii Bailey under the care of a physician Itin-rof (iliigmv, is tiKNTiiv, Mies Hoii.v. to the wife of Joe I". Waters, of sey, Stanford. there. Mrs. Hailey has been in feeble visiting Mrh. Mary C. t Sentry. boy-J- ohn on Sunday, a Lewis Imiiiam, a colored man who health for some time. Mr. J. T. Carbon, M'.2 'Skttii: Paiisons is spending fair this olllce, Kirtley Lynn. lives on the farm of S. II. Shnnks, cut oil the genial drummer, of Cincinnati, is w eek with friends in llngtnii. few days with friends and enMih Juxmi: (.ioi.oiN, of Somerset, is Tin: Female College will open next several of his toes yesterday with an ax here for a joying the delights of the Springs. The visiting Miss Fox ie Pennington. we learn with very Mattering while chopping wood Monday, days are warm, the nights cool, making Mn. K. 1'. Miooins, of Kirksville, is prospect of a full uttendaiice. A sipiirrel belonging to Mrs. T. It this the most delightful time to visit . visiting friends here mid in (,'rnb Or....,..: iacWL. the oent Tiik incoming train on the K. C. Sat- Walton took a tit of madness Friday and chard. ,, jK.llt 0f the cities by dav and obtnin-familurday afternoon killed six line cattle for bit some three or four members of the John M. Fai'i.kni:!!, of Ijnicnster, has , It was promptly killed. mogt r,.fre8i)ini: h')m, nt i..ht been appointed ganger in the Louisville Mr. W. K. Anion, near Itowlnnd. and drinking tho greatest variety of the district. Sioi.kh A Caiiso.v, the general Vkiison, a sun of Photographer L. Winchester's Schlcgel, Miss Nascv at Crab Orchard, are selling best waters the world ever saw. n here, fell and J. M. Harris, from Frankfort, just henutiful brunette, is visiting Miss Marv broke his thigh, says the Itlchmond the best goods at unheard of prices for - moved in and rented a house Saturday. , lle'gister. McKinney. tlio cash. (Set their prices before buyJ. P. Chandler has returned from Cum m . Mils. (J. M. HocitiTKii and daughter .. berland (Sap and gives a glowing descripMiis. Ciiaicitv S. Cook has been apMrs. Gudgill went to Danville Saturday Kvkn their home paper, the Republition of that country where the Lord has pointed postmaster at Livingston, vice to vl't relatives. can, makes fun of thu Waddle Bros, base Mi"sSi.i.ik Mi Roiikuts, of D.invillc, Champ Mnllins, removed. K.T. Pierce ball club and suggests that the Science turned the hills upside down and placed the wealth right on top. You have only is with Mrs. W. M. Higglns, returning has received his commission as postmasMill and Oriimly nines are about their ter at Liberty. from Crah Orchard. size. ...... .s (iov. J. (S. ISivkns, of louisvllle,Mpeiit need money to To Mv Pti!ons A woiiK.MA.v named Lee was taken to of special train up thu new extension of a few days at Crab (Orchard and with purchase my fall stock and ask as nn eshis home Ht Belmont yesterday fearfully the Cumberland Valley road. The tunhis brother, W. 1'. (Jivens. pecial favor that those owing me will and almost paralyzed from theef-fect- s nel is near about completed and now it Mb. J. II. Matiikny, of HaritMlsbuiy, please come forward and settle nt once. bruised of a fall from a trestle on the Cum- is hoped that they will gef a little more called in to see us returning from a stay Pleae attend to this at once. Mrs. berland Branch. civilization instilled into the Bell and Mar. at Cnib Orchard Springs. Dtnlderor. Kate years fell be ian county factions that the shrill crack K. Taiiiiant was here Saturday Mu. Tin: heaviest rain for A cot'i'l.E of negroes, whofce names we superintending tin printing of the Catuffii iiiiml s nVliM-- Saturday morn- - of the Winchester may be lieani no could not learn, fought at Livingston jing. It very much resembled a water more in battle. It can't be expected sey county Institute minutes. The spout and the easily scared imagined that people will rush into that country Mail mid little niece, Sue Saturday with knives and hatchets. with the knife -- ueiveded in cutting another llood had come. and build up u great city unless this law- Willie Male, go to Kansas City this one the other II times, twice into the hollow nex-ni-be checked. Those hills, no morning' on a vihit to relatives. Scnoou-.M- rs. M. A. F.vans' prepnrato- fatally. rt. ful, of w nh, of coal aml 5ron Wkm.kY Uk.s'ihhct, father of (!. A., and perhaps will which has to be handli-ry school for Willesby and in the near fu was stricken with paralysis the, other j Os the 1st the L. . N. will adotit the! .' A tuie, but the whistle of lead and Miioke . llZ Ullt' lled Monday, September 'Jd. i.i ' nay ami is in a critical eoniiiuoii. . ...... oi lie ri(le iimsi ceae oeiore the marc! . Cincinnati Southern's plan ot making M.-- a "' .'"""h f" '" " "" ."..--m-' ..w. IVtiiwi, Hi in ii ul.n turn l..-- ' ..I. ...!... 1 he good .1 citizens of of ivilir.ntion. v ,B ,,ln lM4i v i,npl"'i tiok- - rv""v " t'XIICl CIIIUIK" 4" 1" go through college be arranged. ,i.ns ,.iil.H Htinulil tointiine ami viMtlng at Cnib Orchard, has returned. L.t(4 The rate is .. cents per mile, so the to ,", r feelings ami aside bringing MNses Maggie and Ev ,. 111...1.. fare to bmisville will be ;.UJ Instead ,j a Don supposed to be mad created throw alk)lU all factiousstate of affairs. ,ir,nK diirervnt mimi with Iter. considerable excitement at Mr. S. J. Em-- , .'"Oine of our people who weni up there ?:U(, as forinurly charged. Mu. W. I'M I.kk, of tlie brought Iron bry's vesterdav, where ho bit all the returned, not wishing their bones to ,. ".": -- . Itatige Co.. St. Iiuis. Is visiting his old, (U) H,. then c.imu to town and bit a whiten under the rays of a Bell county and practical lltllIller 11Mi iB1iIy got on" without being sun. friends In this and Rockcastle counties." thoioughly , ,., i.,.B W. I). HocKEit. who lias in Cal "vu engineer, i niiuiimi-.killed. MEANS BUSINESS. . for county surveyor. Me is a good dem forni.1 for a couple of years, was down to Oi'ii townsman, Mr. W. A. Tribble, is CoMKand settle your account. A. R. t and a clever ireiitleman and fully see Mr. and Mrs. (S. it. Cooper, Satur- known nt Crab Orchard Springs jib the Penny. day. of the support of the party. worthy - . Watciiks and jewelry repaired and "Oklahoma Boomer," while Bob White J. Matt Maktin, who lias been very Bv mutual consent we have dissolved is frequently taken for a dancing teacher, warranted. A. It. Penny. ill, is improving mid sois Mr. Oncn Van-- ' The best place to buy drugs, patent desiring to eloe up the however, not the one that was here some deveer'sHon Owen and Mrs. David New-lan- partnership and medicines and toilet articles is at A. R. linn business, we ask all those indebted months Hgo. Penny's. Miss Kli.cn Halmh', the charming to us, either by note or account, to come Buy your school books, ink, tablets, grand ball of the season will oc Tiik paper, pencils and school supplies of all music teacher, will open her mtisicrlasw. and settle at their earliest convenience. cur at Crah Orchard Springs next Friday kinds from A. R. IVnnv. ArStagg. Very Respectfully, MeRoln-rtes at the College September I'd. Somernight, when the spacious dining room burn. " Semi-Week- ly InteriokJournal Mits. John Uki.u CJiiwom in eponilltiK the week nt her old home in Williams- - i Ithk our patent wire and slat fence for fencing stacks, Sine fc Menefec. CRAB ORCHARD. 3 Our First Shipment of .. j ,8-a- t st l'-'- ... FALL PANTS ITow HEAD'S" for the Trade. n: m BRUCEgMcROBERTS y. l.ii.M, well-know- JONES BRO'S, -- v- si - - 1 C VjOOClS cLXlCl IN OulOIlS, mr' Staple&Faney Groeepies QucciiHawrc, Glassware, Tinware, &c. Will exchange j M'-.'-II- j ! i ...... -- ,, ss highest marltet price?. Poicej's' old store-room. for Country Produce and allow tke 4 1 as-s- . 1 J! i ,.......,... t iH-e- ,.. m Having purchased the interest of Mr. Sta$$, I will conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall be pleased to supply the wants of all former and new patrons from a d. set Hornet. .Mu. gem laid us under obligations for advance a Candidate for Surveyor of Lincoln county, Many couples will one. Very of whom it may concern. Mopkinsville, iiiMect to the Democratic I'nmiry Election, to vv particulars of the terrible accident on Aug. '1ft; Greenville, 27; Princeton, 2S; n.uietnornble go from here. held October 19, 1SS9 the new railroad at Knoxville. Paducah, 21 ; Henderson, :0; Owensboro, Mas. I. M. Biuvk gave Miss Nettie Mils. J. W. MiCrmiv could not stay I Saturday and Sunday, 'M and Sept. 1; Wray a very pleasant party Friday evenlonger from her "hubby," so she left Louisville, Sept. 2 and it; Pewee, i; ing, prioi to that young lady's departure this morning for Kansas City, after a All thoie indt tiled to the ettate of the late C. f; Iigrange, tt; Independence, visit to her mother, Mrs. Kate Saturday and Sunday, 7 and J; Brook- - for louisville to make her home. V. Jumet.decd , or J. V. Jaiuei will p!eae call month's notes Some 20 or :!0 young people were pres- and pay off thtir given. nnd account!, at further Mays. delay can not be ville, I ml., '.land 10. Dealer In J W.JAMtS, Executor ent and it goes without saying that the Mu. Sami'ki. Molman, the clever repreFontaine V thiblitt, Attorney sentative of Crab Orchard Spring", Crab On hard. Aug ti named John Bailey hired a evening was a most pleasant one. A xkuiio .. ! brought his wife down Sunday to see rig from I. M. Bruce and attended the Tut: colored nine, Joe Chemitilt, the relative, Mrs. W. F. Ramsey, who is Danville Fair. On returning he came her Ixteiiioi: JoriiN.M. devil, manager, went Public Sale of Lindand Personally, KY. better. through Macksville and as he crossed to Danville Friday to play an exhibition An Ejocutort of R. W C.itn, dee'd, r will ll Mu. Aham Pksik ami family have the railroad, near the deiot, the train fair, but tho boys down at puhlii. auction to the hlghot bidder on unveil to his place on tl.u Muouvillc standing near bv backed suddenly and unuie at the there were afraid to play the boys from pike and can now watch his fine horses threw the negro and buggy some 20 feet, Oct. lOth, 1889, TSic this place and the game did not come get down to something like a two niin- - breaking the buggy in a thousand pieces At III Inti- rt'udenci' in Lincoln county, Kv , two oil'. Stanford is getting up a great repumlle E.utof bhelby City, thr folfuwliii; ute gate. bruising the negro up considerably. tation for base ballists. tracts of I and Al.l. his friends will be glad to learn The horse was unhurt, 130 AcroH lown at the McKnberts and Shel-h- y Stanford land, Tiik Somerset Hornet makes us tired. turnpike,tituated on the Denny's and Knob l.ick Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is that Joe S. Moore, of the Danville Ad-- ' Katnf A. K. full and complete. We call special attention to our Wi.TKitGiVK.s laid for Fred Mitchell, Instead of acknowledging in a manly voe.ite.has been appointed actim: ap A tr.ic.tol 84 AcroB. beinir a part of ihe Hrr- Collier, which position another negro boy, imain-- t whom he had way that the I. .Is. beat the Waddles Lvey llrliu pli r. Mtuatcd on I'ov ell lanp with nho nniiscr bv Col. a grm l ge, Minuiiy, ami oe.11 mm ui imr fairly and squarely and awarding to a nijlitot way to Stanford und Knob Lick pike pays S I a day. Mc- AcrOB of them the championship, it talks like a A tract of 1O0 While Oak well timbered knob The best Casket of the kind ever invented. Dit. SrcKLK Bailky was called to Crab fully with a stick and rock. Dr. on Roberts heard the screams and found the school boy and a very small one at that. land, situated Te'ins inadoknunn on day of sale Orchard to consult with thoocal physiI'. GIVENS. Exors. Embalming under the most approved method when desired. J O .V cians on the advisabity of performing little fel.low in a bad condition, with Give us a re.t Bro. Boone, and try your head and face. Givens was apprenticed hand 011 the Grundys and At tho Himo time and pUcc.at jiuvaini; partner nn operation for croup 011 a little child gashes in his J. 0. McClary, Salesmen and Embalmer. of the firm of K V (!iven .V Son, I will ell pub age, Judge Science Mills. from Texas, but relief was obtained arrested, but considering his licly all uf thu personally owned by laid firm, con. sistmy priiiclp.tll) ot 5 work Mule, 40 e.irlinv Carson turned him over to his grandwithout it. 0. A. Woostkii, an L. k N. detective mulr, 3 nice younjr saddle Mori.es, she would marc tuitn1n for a lad v to drive, trace r.xr Bohki.no, department) mother, upon the promise that JuiHiK Vim has been here several days in response harness Wardnnce, Killy by Duke Mare bv back. yCHs.1 IK.WQ JX. MIA. L N2 X d M. Q commander of the G. A. R., department wear all the skin oil' his ol Montrose, 1 earaild Filly by I.ioiutui and J to the great complaint made by tho coal nice brood Marrs; 6 jearling tattle, 4 jcarllnc of Kentucky, with bis family four 11 nine in this city has been dealers that the cars shipped them were Heifer, S grade Cow and Calves. 6 funcy bred u. A HASK T daughters and little son were on Satur-- ' named for W. O. Bradley. One of the always from 10 to oO bushels short. Me Shorthorn Cows, all re(;istert'il: 3$ Hogs01 and 7 wnm, me irops, ui yonciri Thu nine told us that they were to be hand- HiieeU'iled with tho assistance of the rinoais; timothy couitin mid Oats in stack ' dny'H train en route to Milwaukee. 11. iv, both and clover, Farming Implements, oldest daughter will visit Boston before somely uniformed and would play the marshal in arresting a number of little n complete it of Hinder mid Mower. consisting 1 3 horse of McConnick Wagons and harness. Corn I'lantvr, Hay Rake, her return. IsTKinoii Jouits.u. in about two weeks. negroes. John Shields, Jess Mays, Joe Cider Mill, Harrows, , 1 lUrnuche ami liuck DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Mu. J. C. Mays received a dispatch' Wo would advise them to begin on the Mayden and Will Hansford were each boiru. W. V CIV ENS. d T. 1) English, Auctioneer. FANCY ARTICLES, &0 Saturday from Money Grove, Tex., that Crab Orchard nine, ttien take in the lined $.') and tlie two llr.st sent to jail. Felix II. Hull'mmi, formerly of this place, Somerset nine and then come luck to Cases for petty larceny could have been Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. I was dangerously 1)1, but ns nothing lias stnufcinl and bo wiped oil' tho face of the made out for throwing oil' the coal, but been beam since, his friends hope that ,.llrt,.I(iuicaster News. That's what; they were let oil' with tho simple tine A amesTC V J jl f L,ot, a change for the better has occurred. but anyway, bring your nine over. Col. for lumping on trains. The detective On Somerset street, at Iirescnt occupied by Mr. cpcr )( a wry do.jr.UepUcc.nd n be ijHE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Miss Ckttii: TiifiiMoxp, who will as-- j Hr:iillev. We will show tl.em how to says tho road U ilcteriuiued to put n sist Prof. W. F. McClary in the public play ball, even if they cannot furnish utop to both nil nlonii tho line. V n.ANIlKKSON, Harper. Kansas, CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Or I'. M. McKOIIKK IS, Stanford. Ky. school here next session, has testiinoni- - amusement for the champion amateurs Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than (.iov. McCiiuaiiy is our choice for V. S. ids from Kov. J. A. Bogle, Prof. W. C. of Kentucky. A DKSlRAlll.U the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. Grinstead and others, which recommend Senator in this region, nml we hereby paired on thortjnotlec and warranted. Tin: turnpikes in this county are in 11 wnni Hon. Kiclinnl 0. Wnrron to govcapable, faithful, conscientious her as a SALE. those in authority ern himself accordingly. lluhtonville and successful teacher and christian lady. fearful condition and my Kesldencc and 1'ise offer for sends us a should see that tijey are attended to or Cor, Dnnvillo Advocate. MASTObON Piiytov, Acresof Land on Danville stroet In Stanford. The J.N. MENKFEK A C.SINE. jjcmk! repair and all the neccopy of the Knoxville Journal, contain- throw open the gates and make it a free As Dr. Alcorn, thu writer of the nbovu house is roomy and in attached, l'osscision given essary outliBiises arc havo washed particu. ing an account of the frightful accident thing. The heavy rains voted for Montgomery over tho demo- within two weeks after snle. For further Ky hrscallonCol, W (J. Welch Stanford, near there. Mr. Peyton's law partner, thu dirt and gravel oil" and nothing but cratic nominee, wo suppose ho is spookI.aimnic, Wyoming 'IVrntJry me at Dealer In M C. SAUKLEY. 4t, Judge M. II. Ingersoll, was among the rocks, varying in bizo from a man's list ing in behalf of tho prohibitionists, building though an instruction to our representahaving his right leg cut and to a boulder big enough for wounded, Fxirm J bruised. Tho paper is in mourning over purposes, remain, and it is impossible to tive comes with very bad taste from him, over them without being jolted till If Gov. McCronry is u candidate Mr. ride the sad event. And Slocl., KarmlliB Utensils, WacUinltlis' Tools buggy contains Acres Warren will undoubtedly support him, and Furniture Said Farmthe farm 133Dr lien Miss Lucy Tate and J. S. Owsley, Jr., your sides aro sore, besides a ol i5L3STD oftillaMn land, adjoining Annie Shanks and Will Owsley, spring stands little or no chance unless but he will do so without counsel or Swopc, lieneral (lano nnd Joe lomlinson, mid Miss and Scroll Work, careful driver has hold of the suggestions from those who opposed him about twoAmiles from llryantsville, Garrard counMiss Kiln Shanks and W. A. Trihblo, a very irooil stocV. farm, plenty ol water and ty, Ky. reins, and even ho hns to drive in a in his lnte race, mrtl if they nro wise they timber fur lift purposes, cood fencing, i tenant Miss Groves and Kpb Pennington Miss of jo stalls; rents readily houses, a directors will sing exceedingly low. They tried lorSioonernew stableHeat chance ever onercu- -a vear. Itettiu Gentry and J. 11. Gentry and walk to secure safety. Let the Sale to Cedar and Locust Posts. do one of the two things, their best to disrupt tho democratic par- good home for n smiill amount of monay,at a p. m, Mcsmi". Rico, Carson, Rout, White and see to this and Lumber Yard. take place on premises Sept. 3, 1889, We will carry a full stock of everything found in a keep their pikes in better order or re- ty in the late canvass and it certainly If sold privately price Jj.joo A. C. SINE, Ilusiiicss Manager. Jones attended tho ball nt Crab Orchnrd I'lUXIlE J. WILSON little consideration. owes them 5' duce the rato of toll. Springs Friday night. 1 Matt Wisiitso.v, train dispatcher, change in his programme for the benefit on well and the occasion promises to be B110. Baiin ks asks us to insert this will be used. ... s The large crowd is holding HARRY A. EVANS Paints, Oils, School Boohs, Wall Paper, Jewelry s and Silverware at low prices, for to do watch goods. I have a good Jeweler, ready and jewelrv repairs in the best workman-lik- e first-clas- Full Stock of Drugs! style. respectfully, l?hel-byvill- e, Please Settle W. B. MoEOBEETS. ' B o K. WEAlENo Goods STANFORD, Furniture and Undertakers' I i i 1 ' Thursday, - ,l Largest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, ISorder, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades " htdestlehjctibile btjuiax casket, i A 1 ear-ofd 1 0 TPw'.wi'sSrw' ac iDiRcro-a-is- jeweler. 1 1 A-- 1 57-t- ' FOE SALE Rrick House and j ih RESIDENCE FOR 1 Iv-o- .., crad-dres- s SINE & MENEFEE Latlis, Shingles, Etc., Public Sale of a BOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, BKXXmS n J PATENT WIHE AND SZiAT FENCE, first-cla- GSiSK, DOOHS Mouldings, Brackets 1D &ift&J- - H, Vfc & , ?nZT, - ,lJV,t.vM and Its pripnetnr Is dctermlutd thst , apply the old ThbAktof Katinh WAtkkmklo.v-.-- , mv Now Houso on Main St.. and our able clerk, John ha'i be maintained. , MPennsylvauia Fire InaurattCO Co. t0 Mr w Groceries, Blain and Circuit Clerk" J. I. Bailey, Eating watermelon is an art, learned on- - Swnford K fof General Line were raised near the city. But we deem Fancy Candies, Canned Goods, &c. He ha. recem. y added to it. appointments Lightning clauses and damages paid N Uob,ES " It falls too heavily on a dinAll kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods. it unnecessary to carry tbit narrative a success. hcthcr fire ensues or not. UF.O II HKICK, Agent. 17 PnrlorH j'ust now, but will give a ner. Like a pretty girl, it is best by it FOR SALE OR Also statement of a special occurrence uow in self; it lorn haTtAts. charm bv Iwing mix ..Lot at .Maywood Suitable (or l,ocU liou.eand ed in a crowd. The melon should be doctor or tejiher Hood point: c on lot. WAUrAGP.'AF,rst-c,a9- 8 I All persons knowing themselves to be indebted -- Ivory Stnblo D I.. bTLPIIKNsON. cold. It "TijjnjJd be ripe. Its liesh Apply to Uncle Joe Cooper aud his wife, "Miss to M. I.. Richards, either for goods or seasons of 41 Mayoooil, Ky Toar..vmm!t colts, winsate troubleby settling: same wtth James Polly," as she was generally called, were shoufd blusluue a graduate. Its heart fe demands of hit increased traniient patroiak- t Turnout, furnished Frye, as I have put them in his hands lor cloud at' j Commcrvul I rareirr. and others M. L. I the central ligures of the villagers. Joe should glow liken 44 HARRY A. EVANs, of day, and its temperature should hung out his shingle and opened a hotel 3lj Fourth Avenue, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, e asenuiv as me smne ot a isosion 'V7'.-3.3PJ-TIIn tlu aud a better hotel was never run - hen tou get such a treasure, STANrOKl), KV Burg, being mainly kept up bv Miss Pol- - bdk'LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. DENTIST. ,l0 not bother with other food. Open it, ly, who was a real queen at the head of Engineering and Surveying in d its - bl,r-V01ir f:,ctJ ol Office on Lancaster street, opposite " her table. Uncle Joe was a man verv all branches. Stanford, Ky. i""1 t your appreciation run riot, THE LARGEST AND FINEST of deer hunting; would lay down' " MT. VERNON. KY. ' H.ltIiiiore American. his cradle in the midst of harvesting to Tor HOTEL IN THE CITY. This old and wl.kivo"n Hotsl.'u still maintain Preparatory Sspartment of Centre tolls p, follow yelping houmls or to tell yarns vyliat becomw of all the paper? There mj its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeMating I'xated ia Da'Ias, Tesa., undctini( cial attention to the trat cling public about his hunts, and could beat any body ;nre 1,000 pulp and paper mills at work to make it my lome d ir.n,- Ic. will sell puhln.-l.!. V NEWCOMII. Trop., RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDon Next Session will Begin Sept. 11, on a deer hunt or chase. When at home the yenr rolm(, Unt t,,e Iu.ws,,;,jH,rti Mt Vernan, Ky. he was a good sitter nnd had many anil majrazines consume vast quantities ING TO ROOMS. sSSo. Full cour-of study, both Knglish and 1. 1889, Classical. Instriirtiun epe tally adapted to pre friends who seemed to be impregnated of it Te Ct.llturv Companv takes My Farm of 120 Acres, on the rurnerttille 0. H. M'ROBEKTS, pare young men f jr the r reshiuan CIhm. A .iher-a- t with the same nfHiction. His friends earlv 200 tons a month for their English education is furnished to any one who TURKISH A ROSUN I1ATHS IN HOTKL and McKinlivy pike, IS tuiles from Tunier.sille, may not detireU ttke tSeclatsiral rourte. Terms came to see him. The little Ctltj0Ils an,i their p3,)t.r hi anioniila to in Lincoln county. The ('arm hat on it a com STANFORD. KY. II. WALTON, Principal. moderate. JAMhfortable barn, meat house, ,c, a liue cis. P C Datuille, Ky front room on the cast corner of the inn, :;oo.000 vearlv. J3 Harner & Brothers tern; is well fenced with new cedar and loco.t Othceon Lancaster Street, oppo.ite Court-I- I out a a splendid repair, with never ""! on Main Street, was the usual place for o,umj reams, Itolnrt X'l.iner iU.WU faillti.tock nter. conenint tochnrche . costd i; tn Having removed to this nlare Irom Liberty, to til the Lexington, sitting. An old counter ran aciois one reams at a time. Two cheap hteratuie scnoois anu svitnin I',, mtiesot .McMnnoy. a sta- practise his prolevsion, calls the tion on the Cincinnati Southern Kailrond. there pub He to the fait that he will be radyat all htvn S. u r Kentucky. end of said room, which made a sort of linns woithof paper a year. is not a loiter IllueOrat. Farm taking sire into nav or niifht toanvoes lall.iu n.wn or eisuntry. 93 w. spent in Staitfard in Lincoln bar, behind which stood a deik with sev- One patent medicine tlrm buys SHOO.OOO eoiittderatlon, appreciated. cum. It will he to Thirty years olhls lite were speak ot hnatHtity arid P as be seen to be he deems it unneies.ary 11 Sale to beion pri.wpt eral bottles aud decanters, tilled with the worth of paper eveiy year. ly at mam a physician and surien Ashareoftbe I will aU.j sell publicly at 1 o'clock p m on the ol the people cf Stanford aud vicinity i.asked - . ra best of wines, to which these sitters fremme d.ij in) Houw jiiJ Lot in McKittltey. This by him. THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR By the nianiage of Albert Phillips Is a nice little cottage with j rooms, serant'roim, 3 quently resorted. Upon one occasion YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. vssth in nerfailins ? o Semi far years, to Miss Klla Clayton, veranda oodfr nt, side por.h,ptrch, a meat liou.e, J.T.PATTERSON, PRES. two of his friends, Mr. Dinwiddie aud aged ell ol C. A. BEHEDICT & CO., water on bai k f cca0fi.e.fotonJ.B.SKINNER,pniN. ageil H, at Katontown, N. J the liritio busjty bouse, .table and iu hou.e I .idertie Uncle Ed Hiaekleford, came to town and CO o g this property tnsell and when t .ay that it (food, Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, pj 1 C9 if I enly hae one bid on it. My terms are reaas usual occupied the little with became her father'n ao-sonable I or further particular nee J. V. Gisent STAN FUR I). KV. Uncle Joe. the dav having passed and lierowiigranddaughtur and the grand- or Dasc AUorn, who lives on the farm, or Col is ) B Hull Anderxin. of herself. Phillips' daughter, 3a,i Main street, MrKuins.r . write tome 1st and Wells drilled to order and Pumps iBrnukril at Q A tallow candle mother j night closing them in. Dall.i., le.i-o C. ro ' AND NORMAL SCHOOL factory pftect. susI., r. VOl'NG. IT. Wtd furnished their light. Without appar-In- ulso married the biide's father, a . AHrHnRARP lV mllrs from I, jiii.tlll- - r nlT enrns of teacher.; observation the candle bla.e was tains the same relationship to her father a j, 3 . t '! re -SALE .mid Ptrirlillw.lplmi.likrHCtfrliea all department., twinkling 10W, Joe being Oil one Ol his and to herself, w bile the two men ale in. , Terms hoard, tuition fuel. liclit..etr . H'unf,.r ., to each other. - fathers-in-lateu nioutui. New mini. reiohiMi,,!., time tieer varus, -.iiisiiiieii oeu time was sugu w !. MISSlJalfHIHI W. PRICE. ANCHORAOt.aT.gesH.,1, ,,,, ,.,,. JlJU Ughtin. llIlotller LIVE., SALE AN9 FESD STABLE, ? a s Perhaps the greatest single industry of A VALUABLE FARM. candle marched his friends tou any city in the world is the caipet man- Jennie M I'enninjton, I'lfl , S" STANIi'ltD, KV. hill:?,- :-,; female W up stairs, still talking deer. The trio ufacturing carried on in Philadelphia. n vs. Lincoln Cir. Court j having imbibed a little John W Pennington, Deft I SPECIAL ATTENTION t COMMERCIAL freely and Joe, The establishments engaged in this intravelers Horses and niules bought and stld. inerelv iioiuting to the bed, continued t lly of Lincoln horiesaiid vehi lesmedin liver) A Modern Progresive School, . ,, y.,riIf the 8ame tllIie bittim,i dustry employ 7,;to0 looms and 17..S00 Court virtue of a term, It.,, the the above Circuit Onlv at its March styled in workiiiguie'n. Lasl year thev maniifiic cause, win on Also agent f"r til- m. m dou 11. Uncle Kd tumbled in bed and tured 71.o00.000 vanlsof camel, the value Monday, September 2, Where your dauhhti'.s will le taun: how to it was soon snoring, leaving Mr. I), to WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO hear of wMvU vvas s; 000,000. come true wojien, av well as thoroughly At o'clock or thereabout, bettiir the tint clay of i the September term of the Lincoln County Coart, instructed in . . out The chase yarn carried him highest bidder tit public outcry before .ell m 0 ucrnaru unman, uie caneaiunst on the to the through the lulls of Kentucky, aroiiml d,Ky., the follow Literature, Science, Art & Music. by Judge, i) :'' years old. He tried to make in; proper!) , the way of West Virginia anil back, " . KjS Acros of Lnnd il4 tmles west KKV. C I'OI'K, President, Address by which time the candle was again " living by painting pictures, but the of the city of M. mlnnl, inimediaiely on the Mhel iy or Mrs S. C. TRUEHEART, City piLe and adjoiuinc tne lands of Mrs Emma D W twinkling dimly and Mr. D.'s patience public would not buy them. Then he Jones. R 1! K P Woods, Dr. Hugh Reid, l Lady Principal, w o 2 Plus land is in a high state ol i ultivalion and one entirely gone, he sei.ed hold of L'ncle smashed his pictures and turned wood of the best small farm, near Stanford; has upon it Millersburg, Ky. 43 M V Co K. D N N. 3 I? Ed, shook him violently, with n call. engraver until he discovered that he a new cottuge, good barn unci other outbuildings p. i..'.'VC.-i."and Improvements; also good water for nil pur Only one Night out to New York. e.S4.J4...- "Kd, Kd, get up nnd listen whilo I lav couM draw caricatures. poses and is in one of the !et neighborhoods in the county. g- P. e down and take a. uip!" Just then Un- Solid Vestibi.h-- J Trains to Terms of Sale Said sale will be BucklTArni on a Salve. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and S 2 credit of 6 and ta months, bonds required of the others not to trevpass on our lands without per- cle Joe came to himself, picked up what ,veln lhe HOrlll for cuM bruilM purchaser with gnoil securit), payable tothpun Washington, Philadelphia, The ue,t mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the full- was left of his twinkling candle and sores, dersUmd Com'r, havn.g the torte and cltea ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores, 2. p est extent of the law, Signed. Baltimoro, Now York, t r te chilblains, corns and alt skin erup. of a jiidsnent, with a lien retained upon the land down to his rOOIll, to lllld Miss Pl1 -. Tt ,pr mi J", until till of the punha.c mor.e) is paid HILL, GKO n. HOPPER. T.J. McROIIKItTS,JR. M. S. I1AUGH.MAN, Pavsing all the Famous Virginia Springs by day. Pi Me, vion given January i. iSyi Poll y up and at the kitchen door calling ,ia$ ,an,d P""u,y c,ur" P'1"-"- ' " Pain lit and arriving at Old Point Comfort and the . M DAVISON, ed. It is Kuirantced to givo perfect satisfaction, J4 KUIII. .MCA 1.13 I t,K, I. I'. 1IKUUI-Sen Shore the next atlernonn to the Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court S. II. SHANKS. S.H. 11AUUIIMAN, arise. Day was break- or ,noncy relllIlJed VnQV 3$ cent, ,, ,x. Time Card In Klfect Jul) t, t(tS Acres of lind udjounug the ahve will A M Fr.LANI) MRS. lir.NRVllAUGH.MAN. tug and the cuttuiu fell For nale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky & also be rold .it ;i rejvoniblc rl e at the s.i ic time, E.T PKNCK, JOHN W HOLMES, A.v Old Cinzi:x and is vciv fine land, whn.li would make a larm J J, I1A lll.il, "FastMalTrKastVis PARHlsll. Past Merit Wins. of tii acres of very fine land M V, IIOI.MLS U. RICHARDS. I'.spress Pspres Daily EASTWARD. Stanford, Aug. ISSi). . 4 LKOADWAV, (. M Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Tinware, Furniture and a e, ty Horsemen nd Relief for Lung Troubles. W. SIcCLARY Semi-Week- ly ot the counties Interior .1 It liui lomr been known that pine tt a Candidate for Superintendent of Public lloyle, Lincoln, Oarrard and Waihlttar-to- n ii, Reminiscent Sketch, No. 2. will find all the newt relation to matters ofrrnVUeedlt) pillows WOUld alleviate JierSOHS School., subject to the Democratic Primary Klec terett to them in the 4 "IWrrtrt I TIM? (To the IJditor of the Interior Journal.) ,lon l0 b he'J'n Octot'"the ledinK paper of Flori- fKsVIOLACREAM Published Every Tuesday and Friday It was an early lay in our life when afflicted with lung troubles, nnd n Central Kentucky, Itiued lue.dnyand rrnlayoi each week, $t per ) ear Send 59 cents and try it THIS prcparatlon.nilhout lit- da editor relates an incident in support W. .. DAWSON our nciiuaintancc first bepnn with the -AT for three tnomlii Address II O lloyle, Dullness x InJurr.rtmoTrsProok. .a of the fact as follows: During a visit to - a it r j:- ... ...1. . Manager, Danville, Ky . !:.!.... . I. if... r !.... ij tle Bun:, situated in West Lincoln, culaJ" loo. Lilvor-Molo- n. $B JPICU YKAR.IN ADVANCE Pirn. the home of a most estimable lady living ject to the .action uf the Democracy where the neat little city of Hustonville plos, Blnok-Hond8unburn and on Indian Biver, this editor was told of TWhen not to paid $2.50 will be charged. Ton. A few applications will rentier the now Btanils. n discovery that had been made which P. most (tulilHjrnly rod kln nofi, smooth and In addition to the names of citizens A. M. Kela'id has 4 good Milk Co for sale, all white. Viola Oroam Is not a paint may prove a boon to SUllerers ftotll lung ,,a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub or K.C. LOCAL TIM P RARn. mentioned in Sketch No. 1, and these, thoroughbred Shorthorn., withinlvc 10 dnytold, powder toco ver defects, but a remedy to cure. the action of the Democracy. or bronchial troubles. Tills ladv having having had calves within 14 honrt nf each other. It is luiwrior to all other preparations, and Train leaves lloxvlaitd at 7,!MMt i4rarnln? hemp of later date, are F. S. Kautl'mun.n heard that there was peculiar vhtuo in a A (rood chance to get a good Cow nnd a thorough, it 4:50 p. m. B4 aiddierhy occupation and a considera-politiciaiSK"rnteed to give satisfaction. At drugSAM M. bred bull calf cheap AUoh.ne some nn.e young gists or mailed for 60 centn. Prepared br when he could sharpen his pillow made ftom pine straw, and hav L.&N. LOCAL NME bulls ready for serviie, ing UOIle of that material at hand, made Ma Candidate fir a J iilerot Lincoln as . A M KL'LAND. wits by rubbing against the coat sleeves j? ,:., Democratic the action ol s..,0 (11)1(1. K. uMi Mail train' going North ?., Wtllpm of noted politicians or statesmen. John one from line, soft pine shavings and Stinford, Kv " ifi " South ForCsIr at McRoLer's.V Stage's, Stanford, Ky fm had the pleasure of noting imnunediatel Eapress trafrV " .South ' 'Nnrth lVatt Cooper1, fron of Uncle Joe, still living, but ! G. S. Coral Freight North ,.6 30 m quite feeble, and now almost a perfect benefit. Soon all the members of the STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. South. ...3 55Pm household li.ul pine shaving pillows, Is .1 Camlol inr . se II my farm of At ai.ret sltuiled on fixture with Dr. H. Brown. Dr. Brown Mini wm niitli'i-i- l it. .,,' ,v,a nl I ttifAln r mnli'. ,u -- 1 The latter trains alo carry passengers. ,.. ik. ....... All persons wisbirtg 1 pleasant life anJ well it Mint nil w..,.. , nstli- - 14Av..l.A'.4.Vr, ,114. Ma..... ...1 MI1J pike t 0 miles Irom taniom lie ISllllf.l.ltlb The above is calculated on standard time, Solar nnd James Beid (Beid now dead) were ...... . nlen.ed made m yiiVi. ;r.tts; a comfortaMe dwelling nl 4 Stanfordwife Irt the use Patent It Floursour gro-at time it about ao minutet fatter matii: or bronchial troubles abated at Rnl'er Vill Call for at t siKUti ed upon It Will sell at a bargain cery, physicians of IiIkIi standinp, both of andlf hey hwi not got it on hand, urge U A HKNKDICT.Sianf.rt-donce after sleeping it few nights on N. Inemtokcrn it .r et an order from then and whom were raised near and in the city. gel it at the Mill 11' I w.'l guarantee a pleasant . these pillows. An invalid sttllering Is a C.mdidate for Sheriff, su'.jeit to the action of Drs. Alexander Campbell and Alcorn andintcrettt'iw Litis iy O. DAVIS, th Llmnln County Di'iujcul). with lung trouble derived much benefit 'V N I'OTTS, SuirintenJent J2 were good practitioners and a credit to from sleeping upon a matrcss made from PHYSIOI'AN AND SURGEON, Stark it McConuack, the profession. . CKICSS cV-VanArsdale. Welsh & Nichols and the pine shaving, lite material is cheap MT, VJSItrCOX, KY, h. very pleasant and comfortlia Candidate fir Attestor of Lincoln County mer- and makes Weatherfords were all well-to-dAGENTS OlRce neit door to Whitehead's Drug ''tor.. able mattress, tiie odor of the pine per- subject to the a .turn of the Democracy. chants, who gave to the city a very busineSpecial attention given to diseases of child ten meating the entire room nnd absorbing Mt. Vornon, Ky. ss-like f. appeantnee. Also A. S. 31. of Gfcqrge Carpenter, or dispelling all unpleasant odors. a Is a Candid tie fur Clerk of the Court of Appeals, C.uljnd iiii'.er I andsand Farms f.r sale. Cor! Sr., ran a full store, and about this time Many a scamp withholds his hand subject to the action uf the Democratic party respondent e.ti ted Rails, Sbinle. and Shoes For Sals, 44 Klci.iou August, tin the Hon. Matt Bortman, just out of the from villiauv through a wholc.iomc fear lvcry, Feed and Sale Stable cradle, now the hero of the St. Asaph of seeing himself held up to public ex l? T lCsrn I A Large Side IVcket Hook contain-- I Ten Thousand Flit Kails a J 11,000 Poplar Hotel, in Stanford, crawled from Casey cnttiou in the newspapers. .Manv a man JjUOl ! In a lot of fee bills nf J. P Itailey. Shingles. on hand Men', I hae anu papers Ml"' and iiirce ur lour liberal Children's Shoes, made Im Alter, Fiiroo4 & Co. county and made his debut in merchan- will pay a debt rather than risk damage ....... ..1 u .11 t. noie r.b .1.oincr anoiv icwiu "in uv paiu ivi 111c New uook anu papers and .Mundelle,hich I will sell irt the ery lowe.l Und, Stanford. dising with said Bobbards. Indeed litis- - to his credit by the publication of the rciurucu 10 mc uiis prices I has. houijht them and they mmbe and sld. My tock i comiHet cilloig. thc hoant vicinity stands quite high facts that he has been sued. And, alas, tonville and I mean hunbargains can get them bv IS. W C ItUl.r.V, lurnerswlle. in producing men of distinction andabil-- 1 100 mmy a Imm abioiI benevole nee of ts.. With ity in various professions. BevV.Samuel , the 1(leu iiiirit o( 8ecrm. ,)V tnkinir W . L. jlliams, one a I'resoytenan care that the newspapers shall leain and IN CSC. -- U Y U, of! 1 H U M W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. minister and the other a Beform elder, every charitable deed and blazon it tO j Manufacturers of Fine Saddles and Harness, in . t purity, or Campbullite, as sometimes called, both LONDON, KENTUCKY, Tl...u.l.... 4UI9MIMUEf UOCIVJIirii i IllttrVCI ' esery style and nnlsh known to the trade lON'DON, KV, Race the world. Yet tint world tirotlts bv tlm strength and vvholesomencs. More economical land trotting- K'luipinents a specialty Good turn uts and ss lile rorsei always lor hire . . . . '. . than the ordinary kinds and can not be told in good men and standing high in'vthcir CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR No. jj Hast .Mam street, L KXIMiTON, Ky. on reasonable terms I :ndon is the most conven-ien- t examine ot benevolence, overlooking competition with the multitude of low test, thort point on the railr ad t" lea. h placet In the weight, nlum or phosphate powder. Sold only in profession as divines, were raised almost the defect of motive, and the example Thoroughly Renovated and Ksfumished. First in the mo'intaln ti nof the viate 10 cans. HOVAL HA KINO POWDKR CO., within a stone's throw of the city; class I'are and Iteasonabtt Prices. Day and night may bo seed sow n in good ground. So 18 106 Wall street. New Vork. the lamented J. A. Bogle, whoso pmt'cU- - it is that the newspaper becomes a Porters 01 this Ponulai Trains are mat JellKO. Lilynou. ,Ae.ePSnh.lnd ,.tf. ing of his whole life, nearly, was doueiu mighty engine of reform because it per-- 1 and Nut Coal in myNo lltV ofyour orders at yard Leave Yard or S S Mers' store aud they will he attend-e- d Hustonville. t in its no man to live to himself, but cul- I to promptly. J II IIIOOINS, EStn1)llHllC(l ROWLAND, KV., T. P. Hill aud James W. Alcorn, lejj 0 Star ford Ky. J 'JiV1'3 il decent regard for public ap E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Dealer In men now standing at the very hcaa ot proval ami a wuoie&ome uar 01 pumic were raised on the censure. Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps the Stanford bar, So Moid in keai uly has a Or Dncllings, H)uvlioId Furniture, States, Hanging Fork, not far from Hustonville, repuiatioo, Queens-war- Journal HUSTONVILLE. A Simple F. FARMERS, B& r . - Mi exiOM ftVW.k a, -- -- OTIS NEWUNI) OWENS FOR SALE! iJto n, o. c. iiiTTiviart r-- 00., :w4 j CARPENTER For Sal - ........,.. . I I ' w..-v..- .. ., ') 1 1 11 J. MENEFEE . J I ROTA! VS. E. KENNEDY o MARET, REAL ESTATE Bob-bard- s, F. Ilrluklev 77-t- son-in-la- :., 1 POWDER Absolutely Puro A II. WILSON, y rbU JACKSON HOUSE. ' jr. :. zidj tot tid Attention, Coal IIurncrH. THE MYERS HOUSE er l82. :roR SALis.: FOR HTSUHAlTaE v 1 e, of ,, -' '"'"' .- attn-hc- d Settle With James Frye. any-furth- er Iw... RENT. schwd-hous- ..... Pool and llilliurd le-- I Wflfln ., ........ w. HOTEL. sun-ki-e- d Men's Outflttor Sr'" - Louisville, Keutuck V;TNE UALT FfOUSE, coirt-hois- e Jt- ''-fon- v -- ii-t- iNEWCOMB Sal Fublioly. 1 I ' o Tuesday, October hem-e, l puhli-lrequent- ly MIX - i MMmm I '" att-nti- n Sg B Female iMJmi 11, O-- x)tren-au- c j-- ,")( e:h mm iimm mm bar-roo- . nt itls-- o 1 I .......... ' C03I3IISSIINSKS ) i. mtuo;, r- - bed-roo- sou J judgi-ien- t'irvt-c'a- ss 1 ' '89, 1 1 111 8lxt--tw- o Old Ej. Ar Hosts ! - z POSTED. A 4 .. ' tetter.chap-marche- . ... 11 d ' jwmfflm in, - Mb" CD c - ii" ".Ty j Sixt)-tw- 1 "" WM. ADAMS SON, vv R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCESSOR TO "M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, 5U4THAVENOE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Stock of K inU,rA Al .01 Oct Evej.broiijfhtto the city of Louisville, now open ned nHuP'" the vvorld-rtn- a KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS AndiiUcniy own impottatioa of English Hats and Caps Aneltxant line ol Canes and Lyon's Pine Celclir.ited Umbrellas always ou hand SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Gloves aud nthur I urs, a speci-ilty- . Orders out uldo of city solicited, pcrieit iatlsfnctlor ifuarau teed. Don't tail to order a NOUHV HAT ii x --- --" A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life.,' A Woman In the Case. , , , :.. U( H,(ajlllljr Ilit .4 j M4U. .... There.ilw.ty is. She is the power behind the per, but It saved UlUlltrilJ Lld, her life She u.i in the last throne. A woman's Influence over the man who stages of consumption, told b physicians that loves Iter it often absolute. To wield so grvat a she was incurable nml could only live a .hurt time-hh- e poverto untile, strengthen nnd help her husband, weighed less than 70 pounds Un a piece of a woman's mind should be clear mid healthy. It wrapper papet she read nl Dr King's .New Discannot be if she Is suflennj from any functional covery, and got 11 .ample bottle; it hulpiHl her, she bought 11 large bolt c it her more, iHiugbt derangement. How man) a hoinn is mails unhap- another and grew better he pedContiiiumi fast, it. uteand w Iks should he its life and liht is is now strong health), rosy plump py because she weighing 140 f Tor to a wretched, depressed, morbid invalid' Wives, pounds. .1... fuller purtn ular. send .tiiup .1 , ... 1 .,.1 a .1 .1. r. 1.. nii4tiiA, mothers and daut;ht?rs, why suffer from (Cinjic ,; ,l.,a u .iiiilurfill ,ll.i7)4 4irv' tr.Li m, inaiIt muiio 01. A -.,,111 '" .w W4 44. .4. 411a. ! "' complaints'' winch arfi sapping vour lives itway, Drugstore ' Criptl tit" 'our health and gladden tliosa about )ou? It Why Is It has restored happiness to manv a saddened life. W'li; ca dure miitydoiu when rcluase i so easy? That eople linger alonj; alw.i)s complaining In it. special field thero never was a restorative 1 about that continual tired feeling ? One bottle of like the ' favorite Prescript!!!.'1 Usees' Wood Purifier and Wood MaVer will enTo cleanse tlit tmacli, liver and system gen-f.ill- v tirely remove this tecllug, give them a jood appctit aud regulate digestion, A II ttieDr 1'tvn.e'a Pellets. 2,. Druggist )r Kins's New Di.o.very l,0" The Annals of Hygiene has discoveied we for Dr. Kinj's New Life Pills, llucl. . there is nothing that so quickly icMoies ... consumption, am, Klt,ctnc ArIlica ani) hM tone tO exhausted nerves and Stieilgtll never handled remedies that sell as vvcll, or that universal satisfaLtion do tO !l WeaiV uuiiv as u.iiu umi.iiuiii "' ' !"lvcl.'!" rfiuir.intcf them every time,Weand notc hoitate to Otllice Ol aqua ammonia to each. pall Of lan" reajyto retuinltlie iiurHia.e priie if i.itis. . . 1, riuitlt. .In ..... iii,,r., .. iiHiiitw rii. ii,,.ii iirm .111,1. f.irfnrt- ,...- - won n.t ff.ll.u. tli. I. .... ir . remedies have popiilaritv their ........'. on their merits a...u. Pegrc.u Urnifjist purely Miiooi.il us uiarDie, ami rentiers the noiiy R. mi), pine ami fieo hoiu all ottler, ' "' - e uesireto B) to our cituens mat lor vc.irs DAVISON 'Kx . Sun Dally 41 Daily ., 8U(-- iuitWfFnTiTs )).lOIJISVUU HtwAtBSKYt CHICAGO Rt ((fl -., w " - A NEW FAST MAIL: Leaving Loth LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI l.esington... ill incbester In K. V. Junction.. Mt Sterling ... a Preston Morehcad j Hill Olive 4 6 Ashland o (jaiicilsbtirg lluniington... ..' 6 Arr White hulpiiur...l ' 'harlllvillc... . " V.tsliingi.n. ' .1 ll.ltltnr.rA. Philadeliihii I.ve Stanford.. " " " " " " " vS aj pm 0 if, pm 0,1 45 am is n n I 1 6 JO pin 7 ; 1 1 03 pin 10 pm j; pn. pm 97 mo .to am 10 am 51 LEXINGTON, - KV. 40 pmL', ft'a-iati- mil i w O) pm as pin pm jo pm 4s pm 10 9) . . .. 10 40 pm, 1 ir, o S3 P"i 4S la 30 am 3 15 6 19 am 10 I ioj 11 11 Dail), Secures to Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Kver attempted between the great commercial cttiesV:n the Ohio River and C1hc.il'". anil hence the faiUl time and must comfortable trains between nil points in lhe Month, or to the West nnd Northwest, 'I he counterpart of ibis train on all rttuk lines is denominated 1 he Limited Kspress, I be superb rolling .toil. c employ gives pjtron. Unlimited Comfort rtsTAt all Coupon Ticket Offices in the Souil . you will find our lime tables and ticket.. Say Motion, get Monon end stick to Monon, if you vvanl tn save tuonsy atiri nave a nieasnin journov. " ' " " rew , ltichiiiond, V.i, Oldl'oinlComf irt Norfolk . ork 00 am 4 os to nm, i 10 pnij 0 oiv s JJ pin. 11 10 9 10 pm 1 jo a 40 pm 8 ot a -- ij utn am pm pm pin pm am nin nin nin pm nm I : I Asmrrm. COMPANY fc f;i ::.;:-- :': KsTn,...,'' .." :: :' f,,l, l.. .... Ueiurning,"fii.t VennhulsuJ fiom New ork aud all eastern points arttve. at 1tnlitur 40411 mi f daily. r.i and I exlnatmi 4 4? p mail Irom li Hiintliigton anJ all points ea.t nrrlv. l Winches-il ter 11 jsamanJ l.exingloui, 4j noon daily , ?' cept Sunday. Past express from Itini'in-toiill.rb Air.litirir nitil .... vri. , r..i4w.i.. ...4.....M .rrii.M t.v.u ...n.. ., n...,va I a... iui 111 WIima-1i.- a.a.. MiMfi. A (Rl'V? TrVLF$Jfl (O -1W-- ' .rm vi hi JJRilATA 1 mi stsn ,i-- jr l. 1 11. (.tntral Passentter Agent, Chicago City Ticket Agents and I ' -- . Louisville, K M. IL .klR. 317 ltd ( IC A Tokkemk uo Vine u. u McCOKMICK, t, it ti in il.ii v Olive Hill iCLumtnodiition arive Winchester 7 in a in and l.ovingtou S loa m, leaves Lexington j jo p m, Winchester 6 40. I'or tickets nnd information write or apply to (J.W. IIAKNICV, rickm Agent. S . A. HKOM lir.HO, Tnn Pass. Ant. I. MUKPHV.Oeu'l Pa.t Act J I VA' ItlNtii'ON.jl V P ,l.exi'i,-wr.,Kil. 4lir LEXINCTOMKY Pi a - Ml vt) jil III 'if .'1 HiJ5'j Mil IJ,II Mnwilff ill Il V?i.. PI T lV) 'B i V. gfc ;'