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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889090301 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. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 4889. NO. 58 Mr. Henry K. Thompson, editor of the I'adiicnh News, will bo married Sept. Uli to Miss lHiinche Left wick, of Mem- phis. The county clerk of Pulaski has tanned !J11) marriage licenses hIiici Jimuaiy 17niul has opened a now book. The old one shows Abraham Lincoln Jasper's uiiiiiu on the Hint page and Abraham Lincoln Strunks' on the last. Reporter. liarnctt l. Thompson, son of Hon. Phil U. Thompson, and Mm Lizzie Young, of Nleholasvllle, eloped to Lexington a few days ago and weie mariied. Mr. Thompson in n very bright and pop. ular young man, while his bride is a very lovely young lady bctb in character and appearanceand has many friends to Miss Luhere, made during her cy Tate. bEATH'sT)OINGSr Hobcrt Chesuey, an uged citUen of Wayne, died last week. Win. II. (iraingcr, father of Mr. Sam M. Wilhlte, and a piominent Louisville business nun, Ih dead. Mr. J. T. Feircll, who wan for n while agent at How land, died last week nt Paris, Texas, of t tdioid fever. Mrs. Julia Jackson Christian, only child of Stonewall Jackson, died Friday at Charlotte, X. C, where her husband is the editor of a democratic paper. The remains were taken to Lexington, V., to be interred by those of her Illustrious father. Mrs. W. A. Colt'ev died at her home near .Mc Kinney Saturday of consumption, leaving besides a loving husband three children to sutler her loss. She was a devout member of the Baptist church and died in the triumph of the faith. Uev. Mr. Ward preached the funeral sermon at McKiuney Sunday to a large crowd of friends, who joined with the husband in the great sorrow that had come upon him. kl 1murcha7fairs. He v. H. H. Xoel reports .10 conversions and baptisms for the month of August. Klder U. W. Yancey closed a meet' ing at Hud.Icl's Mill, in liourhon, with additions. It was all a mistake about the date nf the lY.MitiiukvConfcroiicobcingchaug- oil. It will meet at Paris Sept. ll.as llrst ' announced. Hev. Percy (.5. Klsoni has resigned his pastomte at Quitman, Uu anil will enter the Theological Seminary at LouA' The newspapers stale that he lectures to small crowds which most niggardly to the call for money at the close. As the Predestiuannn Baptist Association will bo held at Walnut Flat on theltd Sunday, Hev. It. H. Caldwell will not till his regular appointment, but will xpreach at that church on next Fridav and Saturday nights and Sunday inorn-iii.State. re-po- nd isville again. All Owen county is torn up over the trial of Hev. John Waldrop, a prominent llaptibt preacher, who is charged by Miss Charity Childers with being the father of the child recently born to her. Hro. Names docs not seem to be appreciated in the southern pan of the Instead. The British ami Foreign Bible S ciety leports that the sacred Sciiptures wire last year translated into six fresh languages! The niiniber of tongues in winch this society now publishes the Fifty Bible is thus increased to :!00. years ago it was published in K0 tongues. The society distributed l.'JOO.OOO dining the year. vol-iiin- Constable Kir by shut and killed Jno (iioves at Uerea because he refused to pay the costs in a law suit. U roves was fel- known as a blustering, quarrelsome dangerous low, but was not considered and' was unarmed when shot. He leaves cii-- , a wife and several children in needy cumstiinces. A tlllllciilty took place In Jones' saloon at Jellico between Sid Davis, deputy clerk of the Whitley county couit, aland 1). Y. Lawson, 11 school teacher, which Davis so of Whitley county, in was shot in the abdomen and is thought to bo mortally wounded. He had called h. lying Lawson a d- -n son-of-u-- News. .., A letter in the olliciai envelope of the 1'nited States Post olllce Depuit-inen- t received at Iteidsvllle, N. C, notifying a colored citizen of that place of his appointment as a route agent in the mail service, had to be forwarded to the State penitentiary where the new is serving a term of thiee yeais -for a burglary committed after filing hi implication. If ho were in tor only a vear or so the place might bo kept open for him, but unless an arrangement can Immiide w th the Mate lo lei nun out, perhaps a new appointment should bo made. Chicago Herald. j Fibres tell the story. On August 1, 18Ss"uiHlvr Cleveland, the public .lebt1 i of .f 1,1:17,-- 1 showed u on August I, I8SS), under Harrison, "0i"t showed nn wciur- ol 1,:H7,;112. Turn the rascals out N Louis ifo-m- The Laurel Fair, as Seen by the I. J. Man. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. The fotu th annual fair given by the Win. Totten went on duty nt John School commenced at Laurel Semi- W. Miller's distillery yesterday. This is Laurel County Fair Association, will go nary Monday. Hist republican storekeeper in this coun- into history ami be memorable fur years I, ...I nt (I,,. I.'.ie I.' '. M.ulnila r FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 1889. and courl.ilolIm! Satunlay ty who has begun woik under the Har- toeomensbeinga nnst plea-un- t und Hev. S. niul.t HI., M..HUUKAKD, A. profitable one. In tho first place, the ,. rison Administration. , ,t ,Ia nt t)e The Ijincaster and Crab Diehard show of stock surpassed any former e- - Mt.thodist dluwll gmillay u ht. Faculty of Trained Teachers. Excellent Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction sand he crowds which daily attend- Turnpike Company elected" the old uicuU UoUt wmtueal n IJa. T.iortugli. Kull information given on application. mu board of directors last Saturday, Joe " ' bourville Monday. There aie seveial Weisiger was elected to till the vacancy secondly, eveiything had been carefully murder cases to be tried thero this THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. in ranged to make the work of each day made by the death of Johh S. Gill. term. A full unit experienced enrps of Teacher. Classical, scientific and electCitcuit eouit adjourned last Friday go oil' with that business like manner Matt Steele was shot and dangerous- - ive iEstablished .1810. our.es ol stud' Location healthful and ac eivlble Stpi-rioadvantages for .1 liberal and Refined Christian home. Increased undowninent and enlarged Faculty for coining night. The lawyeis leiuained up until that a clock notes the time by its tick. ly wounded Saturday evening by Tom ear. Fur caUlo- le and other informall n, atiplv to President Farris, Secretary Hvuus and Province. The dillietiltv very late watching each other. Judge occurred over W. C YOUNG. D. D , Prosldent. Danville, Ky. Morrow knows how to keep an oulerly the other ollieers deserve unlimited a settlement. They lived about five! court and how to keep things going and credit and notwithstanding they are i.iiles noitheast of London. Mr. Provsomewhat aloof from the Fair district of he does it. ince is a fanner and Mr. Steele runs n Kentucky. The Best will case was tried again Kentucky, they are thoroughly up to l. of the coifrt uud the will again the times and know as well how to make this term Opens Next 1889. Charles Dumbest, butcher, lost a SCIENTIFIC sustained by the juiy. This makes LM their fair a success as the next crop of ' line beef Monday night. He shot it, but THREE COLLEGES THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. men who have under oath declared that fair men, it matters not who they be. as the animal got away ho supposed he Healthy Location in the heart of the lilue (ras region. 1,000 feet alios e sea level. Refined and hosI had wished and really Intended to Best had brain enough to distribute that had missed It and was somewhat sui-p- i pitable community , Student find home? in the boat families and Memorial Hall. Kxpinscs modAtteudan c last session, ju, from ar State and Territories. For full informaerate $fo to $n which the same brain had accumulated. take in the London Fair from beginning ioed when he found him dead in the ll. ti and Cat.loitue apply to L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. lo end, but business, an I of course a ruad The local option law seems to have a about half a mile from his house poor showing here. A jury of this court business manager always has business, MitUflill' llinhtti tin TWENTY PROFESSORS h' .. has lined D.ui West $75 for selling whisky, prevented and I had to content myeelf been reported bv parties past AND INSTRUCTORS. ... ... one day Friday, The hut dav is 12 men agreeing lie was guilty. Aqricultural and Mechanical. During ing through heie that more trouble is Scientific. Engineering, Classical, Q35the same court one lawyer upset it all alwayu the largest and I ot to nee. the1 expected in Perry between A. L. Urau- Normal School, Military Tactics. TZr T7 TKYTTV Y Y T YJ'r O..V", s. . w.. ... I f :...! is a free man without any and now Dan I...v f t iiu iiit I.... .....I ill iisiiii 1 Tjj J luv.iiuii BJ JL Commercial and Academic Tli H'1- if I did come In at the last hour. line iiMHessed against him. Technicaliwurscs vi iiiviruwun. maii, Knott county, and Hays, French ties create mobs and a contempt for the morning was Houl in showitiz colts, it Co., wlio are rende.voused at APPOINTF.KS r or i ,rjrcOXJNTYNrtliinlMr 1 1. IHHU. KKCEIVED nmt muer iiuurniaiuin auirpfi FREE. OF TtHTION. 1 nllT.Tlii the, aininiie brood marcs, combined horses, &c., but . 1 I MWO.l. I'll. IAi litiAl.lUm.l, Wl courts. J.XJl mouth of Bull's Fork, Perry county, the evenhif? was given to races, when Mr. Junius Phillipsandwife.of Nash-villIS miles distant. - about Tenn., have been heie for evernl running, trotting and pacing were inA child of Mr. I). A. YOUNG days on a visit to their and dulged in and altogether the programme Lo ville fell through the scats at the fair! N'AMI VII.I.K.TKNN. A ri'ftne.lC!iritln home, thoroughlrorKanliwI non.Sectirln School for was of ns great a variety of good sport as daughter, Mr. T. J. B. Turner ami wife, Virl.. Course of study thorounh and pmctical. Nuncliool In the South or West ean uflera moreele-KitThursday and was considerably stunned surroundings. Largest enrollment of any girl. In the city dnrlngtbq at the Holmes House. Mr. Phillips is a even a Ilarrodsbur man could wish. In at tlrst, but soon recovered. Mr. J. V. Vast yhome or pleaannter to IJU )xr niouth. For catalogue addreitehon! for ar. Hoard reduced J. U. HANCOCK, I'rlnclliul. the principal trotting race Dr. Foster promitientco.il merchant at Nashville. , Calbert was knocked .down by a horse He passed through here a number of won, that good old democrat and splen-- Friday and slightly bruised. Hick HarAN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL years ago. but was rather hurried on did gentleman, George T. Farris, second bin was ruu over by one of the sliow SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, SHELRYViLLE. KY. that trip as the "yanks" were hot after and Lincoln county John B.istiu, driving, horses in the pony ring Thursday which Founded March 25th, 1825, by Mrs. him, he having been in the battle of n Lincoln county horse, thin!. Tlie run-- rendered him unable for duty for several Julia A. Tavls. Is a companionable man ning race was easily won by Mr. Jones, Perryviiie. He 'Thi oblpst School for women in the South. Teachers are craduates of of this county, while the pacing premi- -' days. iu and a splendid gentlemen. Mrs. Maggie the best Colleges. Prepares for Wcllesley. Accommodations first-clas- s The Laurel County Fair, held here o I every particular. Terms reasonable, and include all School expeuses. Salter, of Arkansas, is visiting relatives urn was taken in bv Mr. McWhorter, last week, was well attended, better of this county. W . J. . Tlwl J. O.X JL --CjJTS.. here. Judge M. II, Owsley will move to Decidedly the most interesting ring to than ever before, theie being about tf.OOO, Somerset in a few days. He intends to people on the u rounds the last day. The . make that good and growing city his fu- 1110 was the "Indies riding ring" in farm exhibits showed considerable im- which eracemlness was n.irticularlv con ture home. sidered. There were ix as prettv con-- ! l'veinent over last year and the stock testants as ever graced a fair ring or 8,I0W wus nUo "ludl beUer tliere bui" MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. sided a Kentucky saddler. Never in " roat l,t'al more Moek xhlbite.l this Four prisoners in jail. and all the adjoining counties were my life did I so "wish that there was Circuit Court began here Monday. . some wav that each of the dear creatures wM repiebentwl, ami piemiums were lieoige Fredrieks has bought Pat could leave the ring Villi the coveted nwunletl to parties from Clay, Knox, Pu- Welsh's grocery. blue ribbon dangling at their horses' laski, Rockcastle and Jackson counties, Mrs. William Stewart died last week heads and It was one time I felt like The stockholders seem to bo wH picas-- ' of cancerous troubles. shouting, Heaven reward the dear ones iil with the way the fair was conducted A little sou of Jap Mc- - with something more substantial than a this yearaud have doubtless made money I'ull died of cramp last week. blue ribbon testimonial for treating the out of it, but the directors have been MV. M. Weber, formerly of this place, old stags, mvnclf included, to a scene considerably censured for allowing gam is building a large hotel at Middlesboro. wheie beauty and grace played such a iug tables and other gambling devices on Frank Mel largue. of Pine Hill, has AT- the grounds. Little boys could fro-- , conspicuous and delightful part. returned from Washington, Tenn., in bad Fair week in Kentucky evidently tpiently be seen betting on them. The health. , means a week of eavetv uud it is a ouecr parties wno Kept tliete tables weiv ur-William McOraw is in jail here in 'Stetl after the fair was ovei and held does not allord merri-- ' default of 51,000 bail charged with the town indeed that inent for the young folks each evening i bonds for their appearance heie a: minder of Tom Collins who was found of it. London was not unlike the rest and l"l " "' imr "irccuns ueii.g dead two weeks since in the southern At one time while' hops, pai ties and festivals lookup each t,,dr bondsmen. pan of this county. tla'sc gambling tables weie iu full blast; night, making the lust week of summer J. W. Brown and !. B. Smith have a uey was changing lian.l, on the veritable gala one for London society ,l'1 purchased the Signal and will add new little iuuppro- Un Fridav Miss Jackson tle. lioree races, it did heem neon!... ' pierces, type, Are. The tir.- -t isMic will when the band played lightfullv entertained her large circle of l'"ate appear about the llitn. Mr. Crcs will friends, nil nf whom enioved to the full-- , A'y iod to Thee," but 1 don't suppose probably establish a paper at London. est extent the hospitality of that elegant the band Iwvs thought of what was Mi. Bell Wlggs, of Boyle, is visit-in- g ing on when they made the selection. ladv. this pluee. J. W. Nesbitt and wife This gambling business will be thoroiwh-The traveling public and in fact all !. urv nl Mil w Hich.ird Welsh tool; a ho have stopped w ith dipt. Frank Iti-- 1 1' lvtigated by the next arund jury. W. II. trip to CiiiiiniiHti laM week. ley, at the Jackson Hoiim, will regret to ' CRAB ORCHARD. Spradlin and wife, of Birmingham, Ala., c. learn that that gentleman will soon re-- ! were here during last week. MU Mat-ti- e first n Crab Orchard Col-- , oi The tiie from the hotel business. He has' Williams left Monday foran extended built a handsome residence . and will lege will begin September I'd, ISrtl. The A A "R.TTTT W MihVW visit to Carthauo and Chicago, III. iSiWVAX Mb VY tkJxVM AVA move thither inn few weeks and live a services of a competent assistant have! We respectfully solicit The Steele Bros, had their lior.--e, more private life and prodablv study for been secured. Prohibition, in a trotting entry at Lf.v the ministry or take up sonic other good the patronage of the people of Lincoln county. Having had twenty years' ex-- ' iugton, but of course nothing by that calling. Mown Charles It. Brock and M. T. perieuce in teaehini: we claim . have name could win a race. of the seciets of impairing It is estimated that the American Young rendered me deeply under obliga- learned some to them for introducing me around instruction. We will earnestly endeavtions wheat ci op is oOO.OM.OOO bushels, or of more than last year. The crop and speitkingu good word for the l. J. or that licit her the time the pupil imr world is PJ.OOO.OOO bushels Ilolh of them are at libel ty to draw on the money of the patron shall be spnt in the old 2t this oilice for any favor they may desire. iu vain. T. II. Stephenson. short. i:. C. W. bushels o A binge loaded with W. H. Chitdcis, of Kentucky, Wl.S new wheat, belonging to K. S. Berry Medical Properties of Vegetables. elected Chaplain of the (J. A. 1!. Co., of Versailles, was sunk in nmn The following information may be A deposit of asphalt has ben disthe Kentucky river, near Clifton, last Useful to some at this season of the year, covered near Cloverport. It eoveis a week; loss. SI, J00. if not new to many. large area and is l.'l feet thick. It is just The Nashville Manner says that Mr. Spinach has a direct ell'ect upon the below the surface and can be mined at John M. Hass figures the number of kidneys. very small cost, a comparison of it with., Spanish and other jacks imported to The common dandelion, used ns tlie asphalt discovered iii California and' CojlfectlOHS, QuCCnSWare, Nashville since 1SS2 at 000. They have greens, is excellent for the same trouble. useu on tne streets oi ."an rruucisen Davidson and SumTobacco. been sold mostly in Asparagus purges the blood. Celery shows the two to be almo'st identical iu ner counties and foot up a business of acts admirably upon tho nervous system quality. some $720,000. an I is a cure for rheumatism and neuS. L. Perry, who claims that he took If a million busliels of wheat were ralgia. 7,000 negroes fioni North Carolina to Main and Somerset Streets. loaded on freight cars, .'00 bushels to the Tomatoes act upon the liver. Indiana in 180 uud voted them for the car, it would fill a train 15 miles long; if lleets and turnips are excellent uppe-tizoi- republicans, went to Washington recent- -' transported by wagons 'the lino would ly to get his reward. A chief of a divisLettuce and cucumbers are cooling in ion o tiered him bo 1 12 miles long. And yet we consume tlie position of boot and expoil more than 400,000,000 bush- their ellects upon the system. black and cairiage driver for his family, Onions, gailic, leeks, olives uudshalots els of wheat annually. which so incensed him that he gave the wine product of California this all of which are similar, possess medical The snap away. year is now put at 12,000,000 gallons, in- virtues of a marked character, stimulatfarmer has J. T. Jones, u well-to-dstead of 20,000,000, the early estimate of ing tho circulatory system and tho con- mysteriously disappeared. Ten days! tills year's vintage. The reduction is sequent increase of the saliva and the ago he came fiom Nicholasville, had a paitly due to sunburn and mildew, but gastric juice promoting digestiou. check cashed at Danville ami left for his ' Ited onions are an excellent diuretic, more'largely to the fact that wine grapes homo in Garrard county. He was with' ami the white ones are recommended to representing 2,000,000 gallons have been a stranger ina road wagon and wits rec- .V SlaM l hv I diverted to the pi eduction of raisins, be eaten raw as a remedy for insomnia. ognieii In- - n Miu ureen, on Iliv Ihi. Cl'in,ellt imer, ut a,cotrtiierhip i.f McKohrt mim.,.--, .md i .suk mou!, Mr coiiiTuetwl by while 4,000,000 moie will bo manufac- They are a tonic and nutritious. late tlie evening lie lelt Danville, lie is the bu.iiiess will hereafter be A soup made from onions is regarded McRoLicru. tured Into brandy. supposed to have had on his person The acenunta will jointly collectol ind Ihr The Ohio Agricultural h.vperiment by the French ns an excellent restora- when he loft Danville between 700 and books will be at the old stand, and thine hide '.ted any day. We desire to exj rti to us can settle MmWa tmt the injuries of tho tive in debility of the digestive organs. for their nind . our sincere thanlu tv our ciuto-ne51,000. VourstrilU. disease known as potato rot or blight Scientific American. initronaztt. McKtJHKRTS ft SI AOfl 5, ThTPrJile of Woman. may be prevented by spraying the vines c& You Cannot Afford A clear pearly and transparent skin is always a with a solution of sulnhate of copper and ' r . .w n..t. lhl (ciiou of the year lo be without a food re, t.... wit n.ivs l.tut.t .ml H. uranr Ir.uiKln.l .l i.lt '1.0 ..' iu.u u.w., .... l(ll HTJSTONVILLE, KY. Hum. Tho experiment wis conducted At 12. VAItXON, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Stanford Female College 2, ta tii J. President. " f. rrr 7 """" r llENTRCfL UNIVERSITY RICIUIOND, .saw-mil- uu;t xiiu Session u;uiuiuiii Nth, Sept. STUDY-CLASSICAL. i ; I .WuUui.uuiI; iiL-a- jFVF3--,r- T f kli COLLEGE! y -- jjj Vvjr. t, e, two-year-o- son-in-la- WARD'S SEMINARY FOR LADIES. s I '" al-h- Jir , four-year-o- SUMMER GOODS T. R. WALTON'S. -- j w White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Ice Cream, se.-eio- M ni'NXfT.lftP AW4A J "R,g j Seating Wax and Jar Gums. ' Scjrthes, Snaths and Whet Stones. Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stock embraces Cigars, Gi'oceries, Frouiswiis, Juirdware, litiwave, brtassr wai'6, J. P.XIurton, Clerk. t. n. wax,to:n o ' DISSOLUTION i- - r I J. T. STTTTOIT CO., by the station botanist upon four diarrhoea mid all IiilUmmatioa of the tlom. ties of potatoes and tho result indicated nch and bowel me exceedingly duiigeioui If not an increase of 02 bushels to the acre on attended to at once. Olio bottlo of Ileg' Diar- Uroca Uutsaut will do mora uood in ca ses of the Hie treated us compared with untreated kind tlum any other on earth We guar- iows. aiiteo it. A K. Penny Driijfstst, varie-Btuu'mc- nt liable diarrhoea baliam in the house, u cramp-colic- , dark, creasy, jellow or bloti lied akin can rest assured that their blood is out of order A few doe of lleElts' Itlood I'uriftDr & lll.wd MaVer will rt- vmove iho cause and tho akin will bocome clear and transparent. Try It, and if satisfaction W not given it will cot you nothing It is fully warranted A. h, Penny, l)ruj.cut WAUACE j Attorney at Law, Kontucky. Stanford, ' urictice in nil tlie . mirls of this aildaaioili' countien ami In tne lourts ol appeal Oilice over Mc Roberts &. btas's dnit' store Are still in the business nnd ready to do anything In the Undertaking line. We hure & full stock of Cases and Caskets ol nil kinds and Kobes of every description Our hearse, hlch is nearly new can he obtained on short notice. Mr. J. II. Green has charge of pur busineis and will show our goods to any one needing an) thing In our line. &i'tf A f , ; &? -- r ... -I- H'i "iJ"IWW'WlWHtMWiyr...w,,..'i,,t.,.,.. Ill.l. Ll fmrfirft v I. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal TiiK Somerset Reporter continues to evince unnecessnry concern about nfliiirs ! NEWS CONDENSED. -- .n. 1.1 F-m'- .....,.. .,!., ri.l. Carlisle thinks McKlnlcy, of Ohio, ' 1 i 3 i 3, 1889 wcllreatluso.il I.. It accuses us of ; , ....w n ii in it trying to ".inscribe iiiiii.i M'l ji in ..!. ..Iic.ik : wwflWHi iwiivt drunk. to vote against Dick Warren" and advisalley The lark of rain in the Ohio OFW. F WALTON. es us to go slow. The accusation is as lias affected grass, fruit and tobacco unadvice is unsolicited. favorably. unfounded as its AFKAiiwnre not nltOKether lovely in We are not aware that any democrats to Eugene Bissett, of Mercer, has been the Mnhone camp, notwithstandim; the speak of voted against Mr. Warren. We appointed by Gov. McCreary to bo a National Committee patched up a truce do and shall continue to kick, however, naval cadet. Tyhicli wiw signed by all parties. John against the persons who voted against John Turner was taken out of jail at Wise still has many followerd who do him attempting to exercise dominion Fayetteville, W. Va., and hung by a not take kindly to the little boss and over him and marking out his course of mob for murder. action in the legislature. They staked A South Carolina negro ate seven there is no telling what the erratic their all on Montgomery and having lost dozen eggs on a wager of 1 and then )x Congressman will do. Yost, of Staunton, seems to have kicked and at the same time failed in their effort laid over and died. Four murderers were executed Fri out of the traces, too, for lie siys in his to break up the democratic party in the paper, the Vail y Virginian, a very in- county, it is not theirs to dictate to the day -- one in Maryland, two in Arkansas fluential sheet: "We will not support victors or say what and what not their and one in Louisiana. Miirshul Hansdall. of the District of Mahono for governor. The body that representative shall do. Mr. Warren nominated him was not a republican will endeavor to represent the whole peo- Columbia, signalized his entry intoollice miconvention, representing the sentiment ple to the best of his ability, but the by firing 12 democrats. and, permitted to issue its now A woman has just died in Maine at of the State. It was Oen. .Mnlione s cau- nority cannot be with the expectation of having the ago of S7, who had spent the last 00 very aaioy one of cus acting under orders and in ac- orders collections aiic I years of her life in bed. cordance with the programme prescribed him obey without demur. Goods. Clothing. Boots, Shoes, by the general." The best men of the There is talk of the Kentucky CenCaps, $c. The Critic, Dan K. O'Sullivan's Livingston to SomerState, who have heretofore acted with to be one evp.r h.rul in. Iuimiupv!. .flWmji.tih. we fulfills the Inch expectations con- tral extending from the republican party, will not support cerning it and is as pretty typographical- set, a distance of 'M miles. over, ClothMahone, whose election every decent ly as is bright The Internal Bevemie collections in it and.incisive editorially. expections. would deplore, since it would bring We Louisville district last month were man hope and believe it has come to stay tlu the largest ever known. to the front the worst element of society and that a rich return of ducats will wait W. G. Overstreet has sold his and be a step very far towards negro su- upon the energy and ability of its indeBoys1 wool Springfield News to J. N. Boys1 premacy. fatigable editor. There is one paragraph double a young lawyer of that place. money. The news comes from Washington that in the first number that causes us alarm, Saunders, be "Win. Terhune hung himself at Newelsewhere double money. has decided to oust Gen. Buell however, that with reference to our Tanner had be S3. Uemember, old ark, N. J., because another man from the Pension Agency at Louisville friend, Judge Boyd. been adjudged a better sheep killer than we at once to make room for a republican. fellow, we are under a i 500 bond to an he. The three prominent applicants are Gen. swer an indictment lor noeinng me be The attorney of an abused wife was lower but W. J. Landram, of Lancaster, Judge Vin- judge, when the charges we printed shot and killed by her husband at Paints-villOvercoats we as the ones you make. cent Borving, of London, and Dr. C. J. were not so severe O., because he brought the suit for It is claimed First thing you know we shall be in the divorce. Walton, of Munfordsville. in some quarters that Gen. Landram's same boat, or rather the same cell, and Adam Uoers shot and killed Theop-iln- a chances were either destroyed or' mate- while misery loves company, we should Pii1.v near OvrimnvUle. Both be Main stM rially injured by the appointment of Col. dislike to see the career of so young and long to respectable families and were M. SAMXGEK, Collier, as it is not likely that the presi- so useful a man cut suddenly short. vpung men. -- Win. Fry, a respectable young man dent would agree to give two such im- Therefore beware. of Pittsburg, Pa., on being sent to jail portant offices to the same town, but you The Madison County Fair AssociaIn speaking on support of a resolufor drunkenness, drove a lead pencil in- tion made Sl.tWO clear of expenses at can't always tell about these matters. tion favoring an amendment to the j Col. Bradley is backing him and that to his heart. its late exhibition. law bv which soldiers' widows The National Editorial Association A FlemiiiL' county famile. bv tl o (eems to mean a great ileal. On the othshould continue to receive pensions elected C. A. Lee, of Paw tucket, K. L, n:ime 0f Humphries, has live daughters er hand Judge Boreing is confident of in the event of their Tanexceedingly while Dr. Walton success, president and adjourned to meet next naniL.,i respectively Arkanas, Louisiana, ner raised a howl of indignation by TenncM-e- , hopeful. Three cleverer or worthier asFlorida and Virginia, and all August in Koston. stating: "I want to say that to fail to pirants for the same office are seldom adopt John Hanna, who broke jail at Dan-- . WjU)t t0 settle in theState of Matrimony. some such a rule is to place a preimfound, and no matter which gets it, the Redmond Holzhay. the daring higl Is Receiving- His ville, where he was serving a mium upon immoralitv. There is not a for unlawful shooting, was wayman who robbed the stage at Goge-bohonor will be well bestowed. prisonment week thatthere are not agreat many cases and shot two of the paengers, and captured in Louisville. Mr. James B. Makti.v, of Barren, can- that come to my knowledge wliero woMelvin Garlitz was hung at Cum who had previously committed several didate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, men have made lambskins of their virtue berland, .Mil., Friday, for the murder of noted lobbcries. was captured at Repub- Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial made a most favorable impression on to retain a pension." This slander on his wife, whom he charged with infideli- lic, Mich., Saturday. He confessed his of the American women was rebuked both n..r nemile. He is a bom iieiitlemnn, ty to her marriage vows. Crimes. modest and taking manners and makes by hisses anil the tabling of the resoluClovevand has acceptTenders of the construction of the friends wherever he goes. A higher tion by a large vote. The commissioner first section of railway from Peking to ed an appointment as n member of the testimonial to his ability, worth and pop- of pensions is nn ass, who never fails to Chinkiang have been made at Shanghai. Committee on Permanent Organization ularity could not be adducd than is giv- exhibit his true inwardness when hecan The road is to cost $70,000,0 0. for the International Exiositioii of IMij en in the fact that he has for three succes- get the chance. KKF.T SPKCiriC t urc. ll UooddnM.t., uch .Scroful. L with A young son of Dr. Davis, of Wil- and says he willbeglad Icn.. P.mulr.. ri ,....! White Swrlline, S i.h.litic ? elected circuit clerk of in ' sive terms be-'in Pntef, liamsburg, got into a difficulty with an- other citizens of New York to make the mavis- iiio.vilmr.i KS i the mot llpie ant to take of All the Iron tome P,r boul Jl'doe Cooper was particularly severe his county without opposition. This 18 on .lellico exposition a grand success. in his charge to the grand other boy named Dave Lawon at years of experience has fully equipped has stirred up nmrinllv shot in the nbdomvii. A negro jury at Owingsville and asserted that the mill him for the office he seeks and if elected man who habitually carried a concealed Von Gundy has been trouble between the whites and blacks he will fill it most acceptably. In the deadly weapon branded himself a cow given four years in the penitentiary for in Mississippi, which resulted in 500 or AiATcS., ll.l.rt., 3d, 4th and 11th districts he is very .Manufaituml nd lot talc to the Irad b, the is indeed a cowardly practice, the part lie took in the murder of young more of the latter armingthemselves and of adding to his ard. It strong and is certain hut one almost universally indulged in Terlau at a Covington marriage celebra threatening to annihilate the whites. WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., WilliaiuKburg, Ky. strength everywhere he goes. Gov. I.owrv and several companies of by Kentuckians. In nearly all gather- tion. of the State Guards and volunteers arrived on Friday, the 27th anniversary ings every other man is loaded down physiDa. Hammond, the mon- the scene in time to prevent bloodshed. a long ar- with a pistol and most every one of these second battle fought at Manasas, a cian and surgeon, contributes of the Confederates who On the 1st day of July there were ticle to the North American in which he law violators are ready to use them and ument in honor become more criminal if they can get the fell there was unveiled with becoming ySoGU2 original claims awaiting adjudicaargues that science will yet discover a tion. Tlio passage of the Pauper Pendrop. The man or boy whp makes a ceremonies. fountain of youth. The who killed John sion Bill, as recommended by the Grand The two burglars, elixir is a step in that direction, though practice of carrying concealed weapons Montevallo, Ala., have been Army, would double the number of the thing. Ou the other is an object of contempt and ought to be Lawrence at it may not be captured. When found, they were up a claims and result in an expenditure of by every decent man. hand Dr. David Yandell contends in nn so regarded tree within 50 feet of where the murder over $200,000,000 annually for pensions. l that the article in the Col. Havens is so obtuse thatjiecred-it- s was committed. The bitter light for Collector of Cus whole efTort is a delusion and a snare; to us sentiments that we endeavored Ralph Adams, a white convict, kill- toms, at El Paso, Texas, for which there that it is against nature and that when to show were French Tipton's, relative ed another convict, Robert Johnson, were IJ7 applicants, has ended in the apage robs a man of his faculties thev are to the executive committee of the K. P. with a Barlow knife because he pointment of F. P. Clark, whose comdifgone to stay. Thus do the doctors A. Too much has already been said cursed him. They were at work on the mission was held up four times so that fer. Meanwhile we shall live in hope the charges preferred against him bv about a very small matter and we shall Kentucky Midland. could be investithat Dr. Hammond is right and die in not be drawn further into the controverof the the other applicants By the provisions of the will gated. despair only when we cannot help it. sy. The committee is good enough for late Henry Shaw, of St. Louis, the latter us in every way and since various A LarecSule I'otket llool. Judoe 1'ulliam, the murde'rer, who Shepard so bitterly maligned the South city comes into possession in amount! IUBloloffrel.ilUrj I' llailev of his homo forms of nlmost theentire estate, A Iit.eral wanted the alleged despoiler three or lour note and other piper in his speech before the Detroit Conven- ing to about reu jrJ will lie paid for ihe aboe book mul pjptM to pay him $5,000 and call the .natter On I' New land, Stanford returned tome A pot of molten steel boiled over at failing to procuie which l.u shot tion, wo are glad no Kentuckians were bquare, present. There might have been a trag the Homestead Works in Pennsylvania, him dead in his own office, decided after I that 15 years wcie edy had there been. and two men were instantly burned to sleeping on the matter Will keep"con3tantly a largo Seven others were badly injur- A Briclc Lot, and Undertaker's Goods.on handprices and select lino of Furniture about as little as ho could expect for a The public debt statements issued at death. My will be as low as such goods will die. crime so unnatural and withdrew his the end of each month show a decrease ed, three of whom OnSomeret ilrect, at pre.ent occupied by Mr sheriff went into his cell ('. Cocper A iry d.lrHe place and .an be can bo bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you 'will be conwas taken immeWhen the notice of appeal, lie no longer, as they did under democratic obtained at u l.arirain Adrift or call on vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. W II. ANIlKKSON, Harper, Kama, diately to Frankfort and will try his rule. The August statement shows an to get Jack Spaniard to hang him at Fort Or P. M. McROIIEKTS, Stanford. Ky. on working the governors for a increase of a million and a half and a re Smith, Ark., ho fought like a tiger and hand pardon as each new one makes his ap- duction of the surplus from $77,000,000 it was a long time before ho could be ! A C SINE. J .V MENKEEK. and gotten to the scaffold. pearance. 10,000,000. It will not take long at subdued to 1. 1! 1..... :.. M.,a. ... ... ....... -- l nuer mn inpii me..su , (o el Fwm fi( IJoAcrtl ,miillei. (,n The two colored editors, who lit out this rate to put the balance ou the other sacliusettfl the number of saloons have ihe whh Hyattmllcand Kirkiville pike, 4 milei iromit fromSelma, Ala., after printing the most side of the ledger. The rascals are daily bceil reduced ill Kl Of tlie principal Clt- - Lancattir It H veil watered, hat upon in a comfct, italic, orchard-foltilue dwelling have "Uo four incendiary articles to stir up strife be- adding to the necessity of turning them ies from .1,022 to 1,257 and the revenue; ' hung at all, out and the people will do it in 1S02 for tween the races, were Hot s from $1, 007,700 to $1,1 18,425. J HANsiiKUHV WLST, Hyatt.villc though perhaps they ought to have been. good and all. Pennsylvania system now com- The LnthH, Etc., They are now in Washington telling terPublic Silo of Land and Fmaltj. The Falmouth Democrat has reached prises io,nso miles L B3CXJNTDS rible tales into the willing ears of sym- its fourth year, and its editor, Mr. J. W. gives an nverage of i.i.io employes per Mouldings, Brackots and Scroll Work, pathizing scamps, and hoping to receive Peck, reports higher average A Executory of K. W. Cliirni, deed, we will n'll that its growth has been mile, which is a much at public auction to the highcit bidder on substantial recognition from the adminsteady and healthful. It is soundly dem- tlmn that of other lame systems in the istration. There was evidently much ocratic and Thursday, Oct. 10th, 1889, worthy the patronage of its country. Cedar and Locust Posts. method in the madness of the black ras- people. Mr. Peck has many A series of typhoons; unprecedented At hi late rendencc in Lincoln county. Kv , two relatives in We will carry a lull Hock ofever)thiiiK found in a Lumber Yard. cals. mile Eat of Shelby City, trie fiillowins this county, who will" be glad to know of in their fury and destructiveness, have A C SINE, llutinoi Mioiger. tract of Land: 130 Acros kowna the McKnbert and ShelHvept over Japan and part of China. majority is :i,5-- -, it has at his prosperity. Shaiu-'by lund.iltuatcd on the Stanford and Knob Lick The damage to property is incalculable, turnpike, KattufA. K. Ucuny'. lacking just 12S of last been ascertained, It is passing strange that the young mul flu. lowest estimate of the loss of A tract of 84 AcroB,beini a part of the : being double that of Gov. Buckner two fellow from Paducah should forge the drowning places it at 5,000. Helm place, lituatcd on Powell lann will, alio yCU-- G .kUJJQ pixe. years ago and about 5,000 more than name of the great prohibition apostle, life by a rijhtol way to Stanford and Knob Lick Two fatalities have attended the enCleveland's last year. The nomination A tract nf 1O0 Acres of well umbered knob Judge Fontaine T. Fox, to a check to ob- campment of the State guard at Lexingland, tituated on While pak. .of Colson didn't prove such an "inspira&a JE-WELBtain the wherewithal to buy liquor. That ton. Corporal George Yates was proba-bltion" after all. Jack Bamet's discretion name of all Firit two tracts aro In a high ttate ol culliva others should have protected fatally injured Friday. While asleep tion, well fenced and unimprocd. was much better than the Bell county Term made know n in day of late. seems to have been it against being used for so vile a pur- a comrade fell upon him, breaking severman's valor, which J. ;, .V W. P. OIVF.NS, Exor. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, pose. internal injuries. al ribs and producing nature which rushes in where anof that At the xamft time and place, a kurviving partner The government is having linking or the firm of K. w. liiven .v ron, i win wii FANCY ARTICLES, &0. gels fear to tread. It is now said that this allirmative voto all of the nrron:ilty owned by powders analyzed witli no very startling silting principally ol 5 work Mulvi,mid firm, con. on the constitutional question will show 40 yearling Hone, 14.ycar.old nice Aftek a protracted debate and some, a majority of all of the voters of the State result. It is 'stated that the peoplo of mulct, 3 mate younc laddiea lady to drive, race Phyilclani preicriptlom accurately compounded. itiitablo for change in the- wording of the resolution, and leave no base of operations for those this country spend :Jo,000,000 for pow harne by Wardance, Killy by Duke Mare s oi uio of Montroie, i ayear.old Killy by Leonatui and a the G. A. It. encampment passed one en- who iioped to defeat the measure by an ders a year and that nice brood Marrs; 6 jearllnjj Cattle, a ycarlinz dorsing Looter Tanner and thanking the appeal to the courts. Heifer, S grade Cow and Calve. 6 fancy bred amount is clear profit to the makers. all regiitercd aS Hoji and 74 appointing him to rob the (OK4MKM-&'4rf!- r president for Governor Francis, of .Missouri, lias Shorthorn Cowi, coniilln(;olj 90 acre of Corn, THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Shnati; the Cropi, An election for a Congressman to fill imi.ointed nearly 100 leading and influ Hay, both timothy and clover, and Oat in Hack' pcoplo in their behalf. A resolution deCLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. a complete let of r arming Implements, comiitint; manding a service pension was ulao pass- a vacancy occasioned by death occurs in ential citizens from all sections of the of McConnick Hinder and Mower, a Ever brought to thii market. Price lower than U'tiKOiii and harneii, Corn Planter, The State to servo witli him as representa- Cider Mill, Harrow!, Ac, llarouchc Hay Kuke, the loweit. Watchci, Clock and Jewelry Re. ed and the fellows who aro out for the thotfd Louisiana district and lluck olatn'r they will elect their tives of tho State, to assist in W. J GIVENS. board. paired on ihort'notlce and warranted. stuff having again saved the country de- democrats d ' T. IJ. English, Auctioneer. for St. Louis tho world's hair for 1892. man parted for their homes. .1 ..- -.. Stanford, Ky., September - - 1:1 - NEW FALL OPENING - AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Our Fall new-pape- Winter Opening is beginning. J'cw additions are being auaea snort, time you can behold ana in a the grandest standard, cccls in Dru of J'ovcltirs Hats, Trunks, Carpets, Malting, This season bids of the Grandest have fair lh Slimmer days are hardly still the sales and demand for Fall ing is far beyond our $l,00;i,-Um4- , e, Suits at $1, worth $2.50; all Suits $1.50, wotth $8; $2, worth the Jjys Cashmere Suitsbought Our Youths' Suits for $8 and Mean not the Onr varietu for of .liens Suits will sold from 50 upwards. Don't forget that handle the Best and Finest of sack, frock and Prince Albert Suits, which will sold than our competitors can them. Our Fall are ready for inspection and are convinced that you can not help buying when you learn the prices. Don't invest a dollar in Clothing until you have examined our stock Stanford. Manager. i i i en-sio- n IRL m im'mpTMmw J 1 MERCHANTTAILOR - lo-tln- y -- o FALL AND WINTER GOODS.1 nt The Great Remedies! - toco-operat- e n .u..ver,,.vl t.... 1 pistol-toter- s l.....SH well-know- n NEW FURNITURE STORE! M(A'CT Brown-Sequar- d HUFFMAN, 1PH(3)F, Courier-Journa- col-oae- Son-in-la- contain-jUo- L FOB SAILS House and 11 ... ..1 ..... FABM FOR SALE , hr-ue- , , SINE & MENEFEE, Shingles, DOORS &TSm inm-asc-- tTZ'TtT""1' r' ROUaH AND DRESSED LUMBER, GSASH, PATENT WIRE AND SLAT FENCE, firit-cl- lE s Her-vc- y A ire v ZDUGbGKEST PENNY. B, puo-licl- ?H!5Lfeigrcrr. 1 1 year-ol- two-tniru- !fPPw m f l 1 1 to-da- 1 1 & ?tW: j;c - 57-t- kh r 'f v -- - t!i ,0 - - N. Wv. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 3, 1889 I i CITY AND VICINITY. Fhkhii cnr of milt at T. Metealf 's. Comb nml K'o our now diess Soveraiii'o te .Son. !00(1b. Use our patent wire anil slat fence for fencing stacks. Sine AMencfee. Go to Hlggins FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Foil Sale. J Six or eight red boars. J. Stanford Ky., Skitkmiieh t fU;?- - ... ver plow's, McKinney's for the best In the market. & J50 OH- - K. Hruce. l'Oit hALK G. IS. K.C.WAUTON, M'EANS uub, Manager BUSINESS. A. It. I i Piii:hii ear of lime ami cement. H Ik- - JrsT received which will S.'l.oO to $10. I.v idiis ft .MeKIiinoy. New lot of uinlininM Severance ft foil's. anil penanpi nt library andhnll Inmpa bo sold nt prices ranging from T. Metcalf. 50 good ewes and bucks. Harnett. J. M. Copeland sold to J. K. Lynn IVnny. CoMKiiml nettle your nccouiit. .-. "; . Ttf. Ifr. Watc'IIks and luwelry repaired nml' . . i warranted, a ii. runny. CitAMiimt Sirrs, tea sets and dinnersets Yont fuvnunt is ready, please tall ami settle. MeKohort.s k Staj;. at low prices nt T. Metcalf's. Tinchest place to buy drills, patent Hoiin, tothe wife of W. II. Ilrady, on medicines ami toilet articled is at A. It. IVihiv'h. their yesterday morning a 1pouml-girl- , Uuv your school hookH, ink, tahlcts. second child. taper, pencils nml school supplies of nil I timls from A. It. IVmiv. Wk have just received our full stock of ladies' fine shoes. Call and examine, "PERSON ACpolNTSr them. Severance A Son. Cut. V. M. lln.i.,of the (.'. S., was up Come to Hooks. Tiie half a dozen n few dajH hot week. Jkk'xi: I.vx.n went to (loornetoun yes- schools heio opened yesteulay with only fair attendance, owing to the rainy mornterday to enter college. Mis I..WHA MiAn.m.i.y, of Atlanta, ing. .. liiw entered the College here. For. !, a pair of gold spectacles which Mini (tciiTii: uhaoy, of Columbia, ar" the owner can get by calling on Miss rived Friday to attend colleue. Mollie Datigherty and paying for this M. J. C. Ffcmu'ito.v and wife are visit notice. Iiik friendH in Wayne county. Jim Hamilton, the best marshal Mil. ash Mas. AVm. Aviies, of ever had, is a candidate for are with Mr. W. 1'. (livens. M ItoimiTs, of Danville, of (.iarrard and will get there if he is as Miss Macoik popular at home as he is here. is vihitinK nt Mr. V. M. Hi'ins'. i his littlo outing last week our H. about 50 new subscribers to Tnu wife of J. Marsh ColIVy presented our list, which continues to grow nml iw.r uitli n hov Stimlnv. M. added ... r00ewesnt:i.l0. T. E. Wood sold to John Bright 44 Our First Shipment of '4 --,1 head of owes at $:i.o0. car-loa- C. P. Sundidgo sold to Joe Coffey n of hogs at $4.20. J. A. Doty bought of A. T. Niinnel-le- y 4 head d muks at tKS. A .510,000 Tiiade. -- Mr. Henry Trnylor Fou Sale A jack. Will hns sold to the Kdgewood Distillery 500 sell cheap. S. II. Rout, Hustonville. " barrels of whisky, to bo delivered by Sam Harris bought of C. M. Spoonn March 1st. more 211 head of cattle at 2J. d d FALL PANTS Now EEAD7 for tlie 1 Took Hubblo bought at the Laurel I have ',001000 brick now icady for will take contracts to build hous- county Fair 8 young mules at $100 to sale, or es, chimneys, cisterns, &c. W. F. Itain $120. Tate it Catron bought several small " sey, Stanford. lots of cattle in Pulaski at 2 to 2$. ReCai-t- . ItuiiAiiDs' term as postmaster porter. does not expire until February 10, 1S00. Johnson, of Boyle, bought of Hunn Washington dis- it Burns 22 head of The Courier-Journa- l's cattle nt patch tlxes it at January 'Jo. 2 cents. A. C. Itobinson sold to T. B. Itipy, of 0. J. Newi.and is a regularly qualified Anderson, 1" head of cattle deputy shcrlll now, and at 4 J cents. hail better beware. ISrother is never so Foil Sale. Two No. 1 red boars happv as when "pulling" a rascal for well bred, weight 125 pounds. John M. wrong doing. MeHobertfl,Jr. Trad. 1 ... BRUCEgMcROBERTS 1,050-poun- ' & i id' 'At fc-- s f V f i . i v The auctioneers are still on n strike, The Signal Service olilce at louisville of an inch of rain nml there were no public sales of stock rcportsthat but fell in August, and that the fnll so far hero yesterday. James L. Neal, of Mercer, raised on this year is 12 inches short. The month 23 acres of measured land 4'J bushels of . was the coolest for years. Miss lii.'tA IH'.s.v, of BryHiitsville, is Hats. Mr. It. 11. (leoghegan, the wheat to the acre. the tftiest of Mm. Thomas Mcltohorts. Fon Sale 45 head of good mounIuisville hatter, is sending out very The farm of John Pennington was Minm Annik IIoykto.v nml Mary Mil- handsome announcements of his fall sold by the commissioner yesterday to tain steers. Will sell cheap. William ler, of Ijtmator, were visltlnirMrs. Geo. st vies. See his ad. in this issue. A. F. Moherly, of Madison, at $'J.75. It Cooper, Lino Creek, Ky. 5t II. Unite. contains 02 acres ami lies on the Knob Tho Paris News reports sales of 45 Pahtiiji desiring to visit Hale's Well Lick pike 1 miles from town. 1'kyton, Kmj , of Knox-villMaoteiimin head of cattle at 4j nml a spent n couple of days on leal bus will please do so early, as I shall close on at 3.C0. To My Patkonm. I need money to lot of the 20th. Cottages at reduced rates the' incus here. Tho Clark County Fair and Trotting purchase my fall stock and ask as an esMim Maiiv HnoNAn.ii, of Nicholas-villi- , rest of the season. A. I.. Soonaiiiorc. owing mo will Horse Association will hold their first pecial favor that those in the Kest of Dr. and Mm. U. M. F. please come forward ami settle at once. annual exhibition Oct. J i: Vvhno.v lined Constable V. llrouaiik'h. Sam Harris, of Garrard, has sold his Hollar for keeping his hat on in Please attend to this nt once. Mrs. Md-Km4 liMiiiAiui, of Manchester, cattle to be deliveied Oct. 1, and to the court yesterday, but remitted it when Kate Dudderar. wast the irucst of Miss loiiie- ll.tiloy for weigh 1,000 lbs., at 4 cents. he found that he did it to hide an unn short time. While complaint has come up from Bright & sold to Joe combed head. several sections of the State of a lack of Huniside 45 ewes at S.i.55 and Mis II i:i.i:n Tiir idiond went to to Joe tEVEi-ApaintiiigH and crayons, the rain, this locality has enjoyed season- Henderson a yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. bunch at $4.50. work of Miss Hriscoe Wells, art teacher able showers. Yesterday several fell John S. May. G. T. Mcltobeits, Jr., sold to James Miis. V)i. Daii.iii.xtv, Mr. J. A. Al- at the College, are on exhibition at Pen- - mid added to the prospect of the tinest Denny, of Garrard, a suckling mule colt len and Mi-- - I.uln Allen nre visiting ny's drug store, which show in a marked eorn crop for years. by Baiighman's Pate Embry for $85. degree her talent and skill. friends in Louisville. Sales of lambs at 5 cents; fat Ji'doi: J. II. Tinslev passed down the Miw Oik IIi'fdus and MMm Mary cattle of 1,200 lbs., at 3, ewes nt $4.50 war path road yesterday. He says it was all amis- Mns. C. S. Niei.ii is on Hulieinnd Clyde llntrnian are viMtiny again, making temperancethe speeches in j mko about his running from Mt. Pleas- - nml hogs at 4J are reported in tho Mrs. J. M. McltobertH, .lr. Democrat. Knox county. Since she last appeared ' ant on account of the local war. He Mis Annik 11. Maims, of Lincoln counA. M. Feland bold last week to T. E. the first president to We elected on the ytnyed there till his court was finished. Williams ty, i the jruest of tin Mis-e- s prohibition ticket has been bom to her. 'u thought he was not the kind of n Wood 15 Shorthorn stetriand heifers at Ilarrodshuiv Democrat. ' 3 cents and 5 do. old cows at 2J; average ' ; man to run from his duty. Miss Asmi: Umiiman and another , . , Intoiimation wanted of the wherea - i weight n littlo over 1,000 pounds. vouiik ody of of M.irh mrvi lie, ariived bouts of Miss Hetsy Ann Stanley, who HiiitiHT Fkuiiill is making speeches Mri.Es fou. Sale. I will olfer at yetttcrdav to attend college. went to Dennis, Texas, five years ago; for the railroad tax in Wayne county, public Bale in Hustonville, on Saturday, Mis Minnik Va.nAhmmi.i:, who ha was with Isaac J. Campbell when last we see from printed dodgers rcceivtd Sept. 7th, 10 head of broke hven with MImSid Itoutforthrei,weeki-heard from. Those knowing anything from there. Bright is n versatile genius mules. Sale at 2 o'clock . si. John rittirned to UnmxlsburK Friday. of Iter will please auuress ner moiner, ami is as much at Dome on the raging Dinwiddie. Mie. S. C. Tin' tin: .nr and Miss Mary Mrs. Basilic Mauley, MoKinney, Ky. stump as sitting abtridon whisky barrel The best running record for half a Myers have returned to Millersbuiy to guarding it for the government. mile, made by Olitipas, at Saratoga, in Dr. W. L. The Advocate says that resume their duties in the college there. 1874, was reduced seconds, Gernldine I have turned my office over to my Stillwell, animposter, who was doing the Mns. Tiiom is Mi:ti-vlihasuoueto going the distance iu 4(1 seconds at the Ky., to attend the narriaie of Mr. horsemen ns a veterinaiy surgeon, skip- successors, Dre Morgan and Penny, and Westchester track. C. W. Metnilf to Miss Nettie (.iray, of ped, just as ho was about to be nabbed must have a settlement of my accounts Tho tobacco factory of Vaughn it for biiiHiny on a requisition from Michi- - before 1 leave the State. Those indebt- that place. O'Keefe, Lynchburg, Va., together with pin. He brought a young wife with eil to mo will therefore please settle this a large iuantity of lino leaf and manuMiss M itv Caiii'e.vtuk is nt Mr. WillianiH1, where she proposes to him to Danville, but a former one with week or I shall have to place their ac- factured tobacco, was burned; loss insurance $15,000. Instruction in the art of dniwin, six children put in he. claim by letter counts in the bauds of a collecting officer. Sp tin has advertised for the purnml it was upon this clew that tho offi- LeeF. Hulfinan. 'painting, Ac. chase of 22,0u0,000 pounds of Kentucky Mi-- h Dollik Willi H,of Hustonville, cers had worked up the cas. r tobacco, to le delivered in ten months John H. Ckaio it Son, with in monthly installments, beginning with music teacher, nml Miss Hriscoe Wells, & Brown, Ge.v. Aloeu was elected Commander Philadelphia, and art, nrrived Sntunlay tt take their places in Chief of the G. A. It., at Milwaukee Browning, King it Co., New York, oiler November next and ending in August 1S!K). in the College. L. W. Hudson bought of Carrithers over several aspirants equally as worthy, to the trade 2,000 foreign and American Miss Maiiv Vaunon went to Harrison aged but who did not have as much boodle, i fabrics at nonular prices for men's suits. it Beard 45 Bros. mules at $180$ per head; lVar-loaof Scoggan at ISO; of O. county Sntunliiy in response to a call to He thinks the soldier vote is the baltrousers and overcoats made to order. P. Alford 1 at $lJ0and of Genthe bedxide of her uncle, Mr. I.air, who ance of power and on it he hopes to be Metropolitan styles and satisfaction try Bros. at $1S7.50. In all is at the point of death. about 105 head at a cost of $1S,000. nominated and elected president in miaranteed. and Minnie Mun 1802. Misnks Annik Witt Danville Advocate. Grover Cleveland or some other El ltio Key, the wonderful day, of Kiupston, are. visiting at It. II. good democrat will play smash witli this The wills of Mrs. Lucimla VanArsdale cut down the record again Saturday Hronaagh's. The latter young lady will nml W. B. Bnixdalo were admitted to calculation though, or all signs go for at Westchester, running of a mile with homo with Dr. Hronaugh, make bcr probate in the county court yesterday 120 pounds up in 1:11, a second faster naught. Mu. John W. Wklu, of Florida, a ami Dr. Hawkins Brown, who was than any previous time. On the same graduate of the IHiisvillc College of Said a local politician, who has waited named as executor in each, (pialilied ns course Brittnnnic took a second from the by doing it in 5l. Pharmacv, hsmrept'd the position of nml waited in vain for Harrison to do Hueh. The doctor is sticli a popular man record for clerk nt W. U. McKoberts something for him, "This is n d n uold that his people not only trust their lives prescription Elder Jasper Livingston tells ns that year for a republican who does not be - to hjni but their estates as woll. and nrrived Sunday. lie lias had 10 additions at his meeting nt of Mt. Vernon, long to the Presbvtorian Church and is J. W. Knows, n lone and lonesome pro- - Green ltiverand that it is still going on ''w enty-fo- i who has recently bought tho Mgnal. not able to wear kid eloves." Coinnlaints l at powwow in one of with increasiiii interest. liHltIonl-- t passed through to Iincnster Saturday, are coming up thick and heavy nKiIst J,ir-n ' JriU l'oors. we suppose to get soiiie pointers from Harrison for not turning tho rascals out, NKW ADVEItTISKMKX'rS. .....i .till .,... aavsr ...... ii.w.,1 m.iv tn' Jv'..t.. yesterday, and their deliberations were i..... Mtu . Editor M. D. Hughes as to how to run wit tacky. Meanwhile Harrison is enjoying not made public. One old gentleman newspaper. iei iu i icv "i j mini tllU uujl'a vi Mil, William K. McAfee, formerly of himself at Deer Park. . and means for the religious and moral this city, but now n resident of Shelby W II llraxdale, will As Kxcculorof the of the countv. which is certainly a at Iik late residencelate Lincoln count), Ky.,I near, Giieat excitement was created he'r' ' in City, ia nt Alexander's Hotel. Mr. McMorcl.mil, on Saturday by W. II. Wiggins' horso very worthy object. Afee was well known in legal circles l:islilni' ntt I.iucaster street and nlllllL' hero mid is doing well nt his present loLincoln county now lias a lady school Tuesday, October 1st, ing on tho walk at the postollice, break cation. Miss Kate lloglu n,uali- - Sell at public sale, the tit.m- of mid llraxdilc ini? in the cellar door and scarim all tho commissioner. in part of Mn. W. II. SniADLis, of Gallatin, with yesterday with Dr. John A. Bogle, Three atfed and one iMrling mule, some cows, ' Five other teams in one earlini; till), four ncifers, two steer tn vc, his handsome, wife, blight littlo boy and loose horses .i .! town. .... ii... .1.. .... .1. W. Alcorn and Dr. vA A corn as so- - line short Horn mill, l.iimin; implements, corn, . i i . ' " aged mother, were her., a few days jmo. It was oats anil hay. 6tocL ic.ili'S in Morcland, stock in curities on a bond of $25,000. ' l'ut "L w8 " Danville ft llu'tonwlle Turnpike Company, three " was looking after the Mr. Spradlin lltmi!.inir to j,,.,.. Mits unto pvvear tnarcs 01 siock in iioyic .aiionni jtanK, 01 i'an driver, ipute n.wM.L-.- . it Vnslivilh. which he is still in wivo soiiio ill j urios to the colored lurd not fought a duel or sent n illc ; blacksmith shop and lot in Millcgeville, Lincoln county. Ky. iUKtr in ,i tkins i lorHc uml ino that she . , strong hopes will bo built at an early AlLX ovT ten Ttrms: For - moiiuie, but dollars, credit orliersonaltj for all sums at 6 per ' wagon, the latter being badly wrecked. inniuiij,- - " ,li,it. three months cent, per annum from date; note uithapprovtd Maiiy, Hkniiv ami Ln.A llocn Tho runaway was commenced by the Missks curity, negotiable and paablc iu llu.tnnville Said blacksmith shop and lot ....., . ilnnL'blers of the late John Koch-- wagon overturning in being turned ......n . .. Ksn.Unclu Jack National Hank credit of six months, interest from 1'aitihti. to tub .. r, will be sold on I... I... me fuinuer iu miitm around behind Tom Metcalf's store. ester, loll dale, note and security as above specified, and Hosley tells us that six old gentlemen, lein also retained on said property to secure the her homo with Mrs. Lottie mlgell, at ' Oct ml. 18S9. The Pinevillo Messenger says C. M. whose ages run from SO to S7, voted for purchase money. This ii UltOW.V, Executor, 58 Independence, Mo,, and the two latter Norris, of Paint, Lick, who gained two Hon. It. C. Warren in the Stanford prowith Mrs. Junius Itochester at LouisFiftv one Acres of No. pounds in weight every day ho .was at cinct Wesley ltout, Harney VanArs-Clea- r Ti1" Cl I Villi'. I Ili. J1 U It and fcr a!.. Call on cr Creek Sprints near there, "caught dale, G. W.Tribble, J. It. Warren, Green-- address A Oil J Shtlby City, Kyj K. Penny, tho Danville people hero yesterDawson. Thoro bass which weighed IJ pounds, and berry Hright ami J. L. day wo learn that Mr. Logan McKeo more ap I survive much longer. lie has when it was cut open two young birds are no votes that ho received ciimot on them were found inside preciated by Mr. Wairen than these and been terribly wrecked iu mind and body with feathers LIBERTY, KY., eijustly bo. Most pi thorn aru for a year and death will bo a welcome of it, and they wore not Jonah birds who never scratched a ticket Dr. R. C. NEEL, Proprietor. relief, though it leave many friends to ther. Whether this fish climbed a treo democrats, and caught tho birds or whether they or failed to support a noniiueo. May sorrow at his untimely end. had boon bathing In tho creek and were they each live to round out a century Having lefitled and refurnished the above House, folStankoiiii was represented by the intend 10 run it In stjle and nsW a at tho big caught, Mr. Norris could not say. Hut and then leave tho elixir of their democlowing ladies and gentlemen share of the public patronage Norris also racy to bo Injected into the rising gen hop Friday nlgbt at Crab Orchard tho birds wero thero. Mr. crossing eration. Since writing tlio above we Springs: Mrs. I. M. Kruco, Mrs. J. K. killed a 10J pound wild turkey tho road 80 yards in advaneoof him. Tho aro told that Zacharlah Hughes, aged Portman, Mrs. Annie Stock, Mrs. G. 0. CRA ORCHARD, KV and Peterson Gibbs, 03, voted at tho Keller, Misses Annio and Kiln Shanks, turkey had two long tail feathers in 85, -- Pealer In Tho bird was Turuersvillo piecinct for Mr. Warren n peacock's. Khoda Portman, Maudo and Maggie length llko killed with n Winchester." These sto- and helped swell his majority thero to Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps "Wclflh, and Messrs. V,'. 13. McKinnoy, do to toll to tho marines, but 107. They voted for' And row Jackson Hoots, Shoes, Clothing. Hardware, Queens-v- . W. A. Tribble, Kph IVunidgton, It. L. ries may demare, I'lnwarc, Kurmture nnd 1 H.ltaughinan, T. A. Rice, C. Mr. Xorris will not bo able to get Sam and have boon standing witli tho White, J. Miller, Tom Whorritt, Judge Walker or ocracy ever sinco and hopo to vote for General Lino of Groceries, 0. Carson, Itichurd Penny, Jack ltout, of the other fishermen and hunters tho democratio winner of tho presidency Fancy Candies, Cross Ties, &c. Kd Jones, D. It. Carpenter, W O. any All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for ifoods. in 1892. of Garrard to swallow it. and G. 0. Keller. Welch. J. K. Paxton Ian-cast.'-- 'it m m JONES BRO'S, Dry Goods and Notions, i, 1,500-poitn- d ri. 1- -4. aO StapleFancy Groceries Qucensawre, Glassware, j&c. Will exchange for Country Produce and allow the highest marllet price?. Powers' old store-rooTin-ware- , m. Swim-broa- ... " H5-l- Har-rodsbn- " r f 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 - All-(iust- n, Iteu-lw- j Paints, Oils, School Books, Wall Paper, Jewelry s and Silverware at low prices, for goods. I have a good Jeweler, ready to do watch and jewelry repairs in the best worliman-lili- e first-clas- Full Stock of Drugs style. Very respectfully, ! $45,-00- 0; W. B. MoEOBEETS. Waiia-make- Bo Ko Furniture WEAKEN Dealer In d car-loa- d 1 car-loa-d and Undertakers' Goods ! STANFORD, KY. The Largest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is full and complete. We call special attention to our s E-(j- ., - I1TDESTB,TTCTIBLE BTTBIL CASKET, ln-lt- ( I ,, vr "' -,l The best Casket of the kind ever invented. Embalming under the most approved method when desired. J. 0. McOlar)', Salesmen and Embalmer. the shorten, It fc Exooirtor's Sale. - hour, quickest between . ' '89, Cincinnati and New leans. 319 .P THROUGH South. Hound Or- Courier-Journa- l. , "( ''' Entire Trains Run Through Without Change. CAR SERVICE, , i mt-ie- st se- WW ir:.iEf7Tvn. t , i.niB ms Train No 1, Pullman llnudoir Duff, et Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans Chattanowca to Shreseport Boudoir Huffct Sleeping Train Ne. 5, I'u Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati to Jacksonville unti Knoxville. Sleepers St. Louis toNtw Orleans ia M. .V O. Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 188) 1 I ( , K2uv No. KICA.D ' DOWN. Dally. bio pin Daily. Mm. 7 53 KBA1J TJT. STATIONS. L.'ve ' ' n Tf I I I 1 58--tf Mm Ex. Sun. 9 7 a in 4 03 pin: 9 5.1 m 1059 a m 11 Daily j. TKAIN-- j hOUTIl 1 No. 3. No. 5, Dally. No. 1, 5 1TAPIEH, HOUSE jopm 50 pm 701 pin iog pm 7 35 pin! 10 55 pmlio "I" 8 8 47pm 930pm ajn a m ..Villiamstown..L've (irorctown Cincinnati TRAINS NORTH. No. 1. No. 4. ( No. 6. I.im. Daily East Ex. Sun. Kx. 1.1m. Dally. Daily. A'rv 610am 041 pm 1015 a m 1 30 P " No 41. Daily. S 13 4 10 3 6 life-lon- g 1131pm 11 1 is pm 300pm 650pm 43 pm 59 p in r u 9 10 pm la 10 00 pin 1 i.t-cl.ii- s j8-t- m tj. HC. IE3ZILTOISJ" Tuscaloosa., t 30 a m 1. ve 1135PI11I 4 45 am Ar'v-- .. .Meridian ve O 10 n in II 00 a m At uricans -- Meridian 5 10 a 9 10 a m L, ve Jackson .... .Ar'v , 11 35 a m L've..Vicksburif, ,.. Monroe 4 35 pin l.'ve 310pm. 350am 10 50 p m .1 530am 10 31 p m 353pm, 510am to 10 pm m 8 30 a m 15 p 305 a m . 11 it&m 35 j jj m 8 3j a m 640pm Ar'v.. Chattanooga ...I.'vej Olopm 755am 4 00 a ru a in m l.'ve.. Chattanooga, ...Ar'vi 7 35 9 ton m 7 00 p 100a m 4 47 a m. Attalla... 03 pm 9 49 p m Ar'v - vc llirmingham 3 4SpmH45Pn' i 00 .pm 300 pin .... 3 .1 1 m 16 am 30 a m ..i.cxmKiou.. S. R- - R... Arr. l.ve. JArr llurin Arr 355am Iluricin a 31 am Danville 338am' ..Junction City 1145am' 1 1 00 p m somerset 05 a m a Kami Oakdale o.tipm 3$ a in am a m ...i 830am 7 14 4 13 "f vi.. ..Lou. pm 700a a 1 53 p in in 11 38 p m m in iiiop ui'iniUe 1 n-- 1 ' oospm ... 1 , mlve.... v,.ew ,.u Atv 4 15 looop m .... am, 3 35Pm , 9 40 pm .... o top in .... 4 00 pm .... ' ' 03 am1. .. .....' g Train No. 3, Slircvcportto Chattanooga, Train No 6, Pullmanlloudoir Huffct Sleeping Cars New Orleans to Cincinnati. et Sleeping Car Chattanooga toCincinati and Sleepers JackTrain No. 8, Pullman Boudoir and Sleeper from Knoxville to Cincinnati. sonville to Cincinnati, via V, & A. and E. T., V. FRANK W. WOOI.LEY. Trav. Pass. Agt., Lexington, Ky. n .tT.m n..i Agt. D. G. EDWARDS. Gen'l Past. w..ksVy.UAUL. I, r JUIII1 Utllll Cincinnati ,Ohio. North-Houn- Ar'v. .hrevenort .top Pullman lloudolr lluftet Sleeping Cars, New Orleans to cinciniiatf 111 1005 a Di,. it..... MUI, ..i ..- - JE f - J .. ll 'tj"t'W ( WBftjMWi rifiii i nit iiii); i rMitmwtoiK l Miii1:iiiiii.v.ii.litILM,,.,j,,.l.,i.fa-iiiwi.,ltiWM,y.,li,wjtt- ' 1. f AiXMrmO, Closely related to tho coupler Is tho Is a Candidate for Siincvor of Lincoln county, ot Marlon llovle, Lincoln, Garrard and WashltiK "Kansas lists abolished tlieaatoon. The ton win una an me newt relating to mutters ni two subject to the Democratic Primary Klectlon, to be to them In the 4 open dram shop is m extent na the sale vestibule, which within the last held October 10, iSS the leading paper of A U V U VJATili indulgence. A tlrutiKaru is a nuo- - rears has become so fashionable. The Central Kentucky, Issued luesdaynml Friday of Publtsbod Evory Tuoaday and Friday of iv THIS preparatlon.without each week, $j per )cir Send 30 cents and try It nonenon. The barkeeper litis joineu vestibule is not merely a luxury, but W. SIcCLARY for three months AT Address II O lld)le, llusincis iniiirT,reinovcsrroCJ crusader nnd tho has certain value as a safety device. 'jj"t Manager, Danville, Ky, U MculaT1 , tlio troubadour, the is Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Plm- loa. Llvor-Molo3 .PICK YH'.A.TM!' A.D The brewery, tho dis- Tho full measure of this value has not School), subject t the 1'rlmary Elecplos, Blaok-HoadSunburn nnd yet been prved. Occasionally lives nre tion 10 be held in October paid S2.50 will be charged." .WWhen not jo Tan. A few applications will render th tillery nnd tho bonded warehouse re FOR SALE! lost by passengers falling from or being moU rtubiKirnly red skin toil, smooth and known only to the urclweologist. DAWSON W. A. M. Keland has good Milk Cows for sale, all white. Viola Oronm is not paint or K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Civilization breaks up tho frontier in n blown from the platforms of moving Candidate far Jailer of Lincoln County, sub' thnroiiiilibnil Shorthorns, with calves 10 days old, Powder to cover defects, but a remedy to cure. ueh accidents tin vestibule w 111 Is a 10 trains. hating had calve within 74 hours of each other. It is superior to all other Democracy at ;:cp a m., returning tutbulent and lawful mass of humanity Train leaves Rowland the (action of the Ject preparations, and . A itood chance in get a good Co' and a thorough-brela guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drugat 4ijop. rn. to whose existence alcohol in some form prevent, and, further, it decreases bull calf cheap Also h ivo some nice young gists or mailed of tho cars, and thus, to some for 60 cents. Prepared by OTIS I seems Indispensable; nnd to those who balls ready for ten u r. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Ac CO., G. C. A M KKLAND. pioneer period of the degree, helps to prevent derailment. It Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub37 can recall tho toi rnti, omo. ta 31pm is also some piotection against telescopMail train going North Stanford, Ky ject to the action of the Democracy. State, it seems incredible that anioni: n For Sale at McRo'.erts " South ..131pm Stags'., Stanford, Ky Express train " South 1157pm population of 1,700,000 people, extending ing. A few months ago a coal train on a North double-trac..377 am I road was derailed, ami four SAM M. OWENS Loral Freight North STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. .6301m from the Missouri river to uoiorauo, nun sol5 55pm Soutn. Is a Candidate fir as Jailer ot Lincoln from Nebraska to Oklahoma, there is not cars weie thrown across in fiont of a tiviihlosell my farm of 6 acres situated on The latter trams also carry pusengers. All tiersnns . iSmr a pleasant life and well id vestibule train of seven l'tillniun cars county, aublect 10 the action of the Democratic the Lancaster pik two miles from .Stanford lu PletiM-The above it calculated on itandard time. Solar a nlace where the hilarious wayfarer wife Irt i.c.n ue Patent Klour made at party. land Is all in grass; comfortable duelling Of Theen-gintime is about ao minutes finer Minford Holler MiH Call for it ml your grorooms is situated upon it Wilt tell at a bargain ran enter ami laying down a coin, de- approaching on the other track. cery, and if thev hi not got it on hand, urge O A IIIiNKDICT. Stanford. 41 of the vestibuled train was comIhemtn keep ir nr jet an order from ihem and his glass of beer. mand G. S. CARPENTER get at the Mill an will guarantee n plea. jut This does not imply that absolute pletely wrecked. Kven the sheet iron Is a Candidate for and interesting fiin.lv S. O. DAVIS, county, subof W N l'DTTS, Superintendent 9 or that so- jacket was stripped oil' from it. Tho en- ject to the action ofJailer Demo, mcolti party drouth prevails everywhere, raid the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, cial irrigation has entirely, disappeared. gineer and fireman were instantly killed, CRESS & MARET, the few localities where public opin-- i but not another person on the train was N. MENEFEE MT. VJCItXON", KV. law, it is habitu- injured. They escaped, partly because n does not sustain the Is a Candidate for Sheriff, suhject to the action of Office nest door to Whitehead's Drug Store. REAL ESTATE AGENTS tlu Lincoln County Democracy ally and llagrnntly disregarded, nnd the the cars were strong and partly, doubtSpecialattentloii given to diseases of children Mt. Vornon, Ky. a petite that craves indulgence is grnti- - less, because the vestibules helped to 7;.lf. keep the platforms on the same level E. KENNEDY tied, at the sacrillce of those moral Coal and 1 imber Lands and Farms far sale. Cor which ate the barriers and safe- and in line, and thus to prevent crush- Isa C.snlldatc for Assessor of Lincoln Coumv, Rails, Slungles and Shoes For Sal?. rCapondcnresotiLiled, ,, ing of the ends of tiie cats. From Sep- subject to the action of the Democrat.)'. guards of society. . lvcry, feed and Sale Stable tember Scribner. "Sales for the specified purpose nre Ten Thousand KUt Kails acd 10,000 Poplar 31. F. Shingles, confined to druggists, who, hedged about have on hand Men's, Women's Misses' and Bad Man From Bitter Creek. Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeali, Children's Shoes, madi ly Alter, I'orwcwd ,. Co. with the stringent provisions of the pharThe notorious Kb Cooley, of Garrard subject to tit: action of the Democratic party. and Mundclle, which I will sell at the vrr) lowest macy act, the penalties for the violation county, who has killed two men and Kiev.. loii August, Sox prii.es have hotight them and they must be ld My Mock l complete and those who want KdKSKaj v r of which are ingeniously rigid nnd have shot the eyes out of a third, honored soia-- s mean husl- bargains can get them by railing, fcMrrirv. V W C IIVII.r.Y, Turmt.nllo. the llichmond ess not been exceeded for severity since Tuesday. Soon FOR SALE OR with a visit on Physicians' prescriptions, after his arrival he began to fill up on code of Draco. Good House and Lutat Maj wood Suit iblc for on iui (earner uoou allldavits nnd signatures for the identifi whiV-v-, and, with two pistols buckled uocior or to Apply u L.3ii.irir.nu., Absolutely W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. cation of the purchaser nnd specification Around him, proceeded to take the to 11. May wood, Ky LONDON, KENTUCKY, This powder nevervuries. A marvel purity. of the disease for which he needs the LONDON, KV , Forgetting that lie was not in Lin caster, ctreneth nnd wholesomenest. More economical an always lor hire Coal IJurnciH. CAPT. FRANK BRILEY, PROPRIETOR onGood turnoutsterpisJ saddle harsesthe most conventhan the ordinary kinds and can not be sold in pernicious fluid is required, nnd evasions he visited several business houses, inreasonaMe London Is competition with the multitude ol low test, short are punished with fine, forfeiture nnd ient point on the railr nd in reach plates in the weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in sulted several citizens and threatened to I keep on hand n No t qualilr of Jcllico. Lily Thoroughly Renovated and Kefutnlthed. First the mountain tion of the Mate 10 cans. KOVAL RAKING POWDER CO.. imprisonment. The sales of bitters, elix- shoot an inoffensive Irishman. The po- and Nut Coal in my )ard Leave your order, ui dais Hare and Reasonable Trues, Day and night in iS Yard or S S M)rs' store aud they will be attend100 Wall street. New York. concoctions containing al- lice, Trains are met by Polite Porters ot this Populai irs and other J II MKiC.INS, however, attended to his case and ed6jto promptly. House, Stafford Ky cohol, has undoubtedly increased. Ma- ran him iu. He was arrested on three laria, indigestion nnd other disorders warrants, two for concealed weapons and 1825. in localities previto the esfste of the lite O. have been developed 'All those inrV'tcd one for drunkenness and disorderly con E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor W. James, deed , or J. Jame will please call ously considered salubrious, and there is This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen aud duct. On Wednesday he was taken be- and pay on their notes and accounts, as further others not to tre.pass on our lands without perprobably no town of 1,000 inhabitants delaycan not be cien. Ulld OHO Of till? Concealed mission, a. alt ui.h willb.- prosecuted to the full- No Hotel In Rem u.y has a btter repuittion, On Dwellings, Household Furniture, Stores, MerJ. W.JAMLS, Executor. whoie a bibulous, but discreet inquirer, weapon cases was tried with a convic- est extent 01 tne law signed Fontaine F. Dobbin, Atton.ey, and its prpnet ir is determined that chandise, Ai, , apply to the old Crab Orchard, Aug. as. cannot find nt tion, if properly vouched for, shad be maintained A U(V.man. Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. clvini: li! ten day in jail and I'm- - J- M ,M,'thiliKUTS.iR. m. s. his hotel "or the club, or in the cellar of ini: him $o0. The other two cases were: KOIIIT McAI.IblKK. I.K I1RUCK k II l!tirf!ltfV- a friend a bottle of beer or a flask of continued until Cooley serves out his C II CHVL'C He has recent y added 10 its appointments Lightning clauses mrs henry Iiacohman'. a m vkla'n'd whether fire cn.uei oratta hed and datnajes paid not whisky. lUIt.N W liUl.Mr.S, OKO II IIKI'CK, AKtnt. first sentence, when most nrohahlv the ? 1; Pool All persons knowing themselves to be indebted I' Milliard l'KlllMI, "But the habit of drinking is dying lose will he repeated. Uad men from A J HAYDKN, M L RICHARDS. D V. HOLMKS, to M. L. Richard, either for goods or seasons of colts, will savt trouble by settling same wtth James out. Garrard should read this story nnd hre- Frye, as I have pat them i his hands for "Temptation being removed from the after avoid Richmond in their travels. It M. L. RICHARDS. 44 A First-Clas- s Llvory Stable WOOD young nnd infirm, they have been forti is not n Kood town for their business and To accommoU e l demand, of hi, increased fied and redeemed. The liquor seller is transient patrneage. t Turnouts furnished Hating located in Dallas. Tesas, and expecting basil t been Since the memorable catlll- Coinmertiil travelers snd others I being proscribed as an outlawnnd his vo ders affair of ten years " ra' "" uur'n ",e-- ' W1" ' DENTIST. cation is disrespectable. 31 j Fourth Asenue, Register "Drinking being stigmatized, is out of Office on Lancaster street, opposite 1, 1889, Stanford, Ky. fashion, nnd the consumption of intoxiDr. Charles II. kind, of Detroit, Mich- Mj Farm Of 120 Acros, on the Turnersvtlle LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. cants has enormously decreased. Intel- igan, has invented a means of restoring and MrKinney pike, iH mile from luriiersvill, has on it a com in Lincoln coonty The Preparatory Sspartme&t of Csntre College, ligent and conservative observers esti- decaved or imperfect teeth to their oriu;- - fortable houe, barn, meat house, .c, a fine cis...., ' ... fenced ...... .... cedar and ..rvv- THE LARGEST AND FINEST mate the reduction nt IK) per cent.; it can imil mzh. ftli!im- anil color. The invetl- - posts anil ram, MT. VERNON, KY. I v in splendid repair, with never not be less than 7b. The increase in tho tion provides a method of moultlin vit failingstock water, convenient to churches, good still maintain HOTEL IN THE CITY. This old and Next Session will Begin Sept. 11, number of internal revenue stumps sold schools and .iiuin iv, mlle.ol .itcKinney, a ia reOUS Or Other SUllStance llltO S(.CtlOI18 tioi. on the Cuuinnati Southern Kailroud There ing its fine reputatioa. Charge, reasonable. Spe- of abetter 1889. Full cours' of study, both Knglish nnd by the collector from year to year is exCOnVSpOlldillK to ...v. form Of the lost, on.ier,.ion. lllue Grass 1 arm talinir sue into eial attention to the traveling public ,n l.iii.oln ...untv It will have adaptiil toprc Classical. IuMrurticu espeii-illM. V NKWCOMH, l'rop., RATES S2.50 TO 4 PER DAY. ACCORD-IIIpare young tnen lor the rrcshiuan CI tss A to be appreciated. Sale to begin promptl plained by the fact that they are requirportions of decayed teeth, hy smi(;illK or be English education it furimhed to nuy one who Mt Vernon, Ky, many of them buriiibhinjr a thin metallic matrix of suit-- ; 'Yv.'iii'ako eit pubiuiy at i , the may not desire t f ike the rl.ilcal course. Terms ed hv all druzgists, and m P TO ROOMS. moderate. JAMivS II. WALTON. Principal, meiy my llousrand Lot in McKiimry. ihk are repetitions . and renewals ., for short able metal into the cavitv of the tooth DanWIIe, Ky . . 53 tsnivv tuns. hwikr iiii j ivwiiis, ciiiinii ruiitn, M. 1)., terms. The places where liquors are suuj produeinj: wtth such niatiix u sohtl veranda m front, side norLh, with a never failing 0. H. M'ROBERTS, rUKKISII.V KLssIAN I1ATHS IN HOTKL. J section or pint: of any sold, leually and illegally, have been material STANFORD, KY. a cume duceiHrom one to everv 074 of the en - COrrei)ondin to the desiredthe cavitv X property to sell arid when I say that it boos, -A. this of " if I only hae one bid in it My terms are re ? Lancaster population 111 ISM) to Olie tor every m tin, natural this phis; beltlj h.X- - sonable lor further particulars eej. W Uncus Olhie on removed toStreet, opposite Libeity, to tire this place fiom Hamg 1SSS." Forum. , AndeMin.'M. Kinnty.o'r writrtom'eln and practice hlj profe.sion calls the attention ol th. , ed ill position by suitable cements, el- A Modern Progresive School, pun lie u me nuinai uc w)u c ihuj.i an iiwui. Sit Main street Dallas. Texas tlior with or witliout matrix. 'ay r night to answer calls in town r rmntr. l r vnivr. ,,,,! When asked if he hail anything to wy Thirty years oflits lite were spent In Sta.fard and . he deems it unnecessary to speak el his ability as Where ynur d.tuhl'. will lie tangnt How to be why sentence should not be prouounced The cipirette habit is Kie.it ly incieas Ashsrentthe patronre gig h physician and surgeon conic true wo nen, as ivelln. thoroughly on him, Jud-- ' Pulliam read a long p.v in, Tlio conitnivsioiiers of internal i age of the people of Stanford and vicinity is asked instructed in OJ'll in which he thanked the court and enue collected taxes Imt year upon Literature, Science, Art & Music. jury for as fair a trial as he could ex-- lol,5lo,:500, u hich ii an increase of ."VV C. A. BENEDICT & CO., RTV C l'Ol'E, President, Address year, pect under the circumstances, with the r'J.'iiO over the precetlinj; "JiJaCK G1USS KOI'TK. cr Mrs b C. TRIEHEAUT, 'Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, manufactured testimony against him. The number taxed is a pretty ood indi- Lad) rinupnl, Ile grew very pathetic in speaking of his cation of the consumption. Theiiuuibcr THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE STANFORD, KY. .Ms'tcrskurg, Ky. 43 Fr.'m children and called up- - 0f cij.ars taxed dining the hist (licalyear Welti drilled to order and I'limpl lurtushM at OENTRAL KENTUCKY that WJW ;!,S(J7,:5S3,(MO, anl on God and the good people to factor) prices, J LEXINGTON, T.. a V ins Sin..- - ii'.i. .. t.mitvliS .... tnli.i crnri imI i .n . iun ..I :..... I... 111c ..... ..!.... ..f . ., p , -. -. 'j'.ru, siiiMvuij.' Lisas .1... .uiinuiiiiin.ii ui 5j Kentucky. n.v-.H.uui..liMiii"'-r- "m. Continuing he said, with mock heroism: cigarettes i incieti-iii- g (; moieiapidly than 2il I. M. I1UVCI3, "I wish to state here that in case of tImt o ciMrSt a w SOUTH' I want to my death while in SALE STASIS, FBI URIT, FAST LINH BBTWEB.V It is cstim.it.-s- l that over JJ.fiW.OOO.WW THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR b. buried at IIardiur,burg, with a plain jj O H YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. is investesl in the dairy biibineM in this LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. with this inSend for STANFORD, KY. J.T.PATTERSON, pres. marble slab over my CafuoffMUfoloRj.B.SKINNER, prin. 8criptionupoi.it; 'A. M. I'lilliam, died country; that I j,WK),()W cows sujipiy tnu SCHEDL'LE IN lilHTT MAI ta. iMg SPECIAL XIIrNllONt (OMMRRlIAL a martyr for home sanctity nntl for try- - raw material; that to feed theao comb 00, No V. No. 4 travelers Horses and imi.e, '.miht and ssl No 0 0OJ.000 acres of laud it uudVrfultivatiuu; iug to save and les ued in cl ELLEWOOD SEMINARY disgrace. his children from shame IS 10, st. i".ls Hill llll-- in; filillAiiMSaul tit iviiv ' Soutl. Hound Ex Sun. Daily 1X Sun. e)nh s till i JVyJU ...( WJiU Also nent for 'he Was born Pcptemhor 15, viiino;i S to a in no p m 2 ii '". - ve Chsciimati 000,000 horws. AND JORMAL SCHOOL, nnd sentenced t) the Kentucky peniten- business ami en I ae n m I oa p m J 45 P m Lie Covington WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO. " ol p m """ " a m g 17 p m Falmotilh.. at Le KT. tiary for 15 years, August 2S, 1SS0, for 13 inltts from I. v c till rurps of tpachemi 10 a m, 10 13 p m j 40 p m hung out a new signanu Arr l'aris ... A slioemaUea 5 5? 2. t oroiighiriiitriutijii High tiiilliiEiifaeInlarslilp killing James Miller, July 0, 18SS, bela Miw nnd utrlct i all ileptirluiPiita. found Arr Lesiaiiton. si"! a hi 00 ."p rn ' J P "' then wondered what passers-b- y a5 P m Terms biiiiril. tuition f m lights, etc , l'.i.iifor cause he believed beyond a doubt that Le Pans.. p till luuuth. .New puiuU roreltnl nt iini time. pin M) amusing. His sign ran as follows: Arr Winchester...! it qj p m i&zmKKi n MISS JJSCPHINC W. PRICE, AKCHORAOt, HY. he had debauched his wife and alienated 7 30 p m jo p m Arr luchmomi. .. go elsewhere to get cheated. Arr, Lancaster. .. 4 as) p m. "Don't her from his boom.' I want this in- Walk iu here." 4 JO p Arr Stanford s Lve Richmond scription to stand and bo now recogniz d 45 P ' .. Ti'inna !! on p in ni Arr Ilerea. j as a witness which will appear in the Ducklcn's Arnica Salve. N N. A M V 0 V D Lexington. 5 so p m My New House on Wlaln St., heavenly court and there testify as to The Lest salve in the world for cuts, bruises, Arr v.. v. p. f Qniybne Night out to New York. - ' J Stanford, Ky. terms apply to Mr. V. II. who swore the truth at this earthly trial. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fes er oris, totter, chaplliggins, Stanford, or t) me at DanwIIe, Ky. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup. Solid Vistt'alc Trains to I would rather have this epitaph upon tlons and positively cures lules, or no jiaj rsiiiuir- - i.ve Livingston Li'TTIE N HOLMES. 3a 00 a in llerra. ..J l.u RUhmond.. in ac a in my grave than a monument which might cu. I. - ...u.l ,. mi ii i.nrl'iii'l aatisfar-tln.K.,v ,.v..,.Washington, Philncloiphia, 11 45 a in Arr l'nce 5 cents per HAR??Y A. EVANs, cost a million and 4e coveted with in- or money refunded I.ve Stanford Baltimore, Now York, 7 00 am Ky for sale by A. R. I'eiiiiy, Stanford, Lve Lancaster a scriptions of worldly fame." f. 40 . a in Pasting all the Famous Virginia Sprlnzs bv day ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, nli Arr Richmond.. "' -- Uiilight and arrivini; at Old Toint Uinfm and th Ho further said that he ought to have The Verdict Unanimous. Lve Richmond.... a 40 p IH 6 10 am Sea Shore the neataltcrnnmi STANFORD, KY either bx-- acquitted or hanged, and W D Suit, drun'itt, Ihppus, hid , tssnries ; Arr Winchester 4 to n m 7 A a in . 1 'm Card in Ktiect Jul, 1, Arr Paris in & n recommend Llectric Ihttera as the very best Lve Lexlugton Engineering' and Surveying in lllOt people agree with llilll that he 3 45 P m 7 00 a m J 4 pm cv- "FastMail Past Lve Paris l.er ootlie soiu na. Kveu rents sii 4 as P m 8 51 a s'lOllld n.ui KIllTored the lattr 4 15 P m all branches. EASTWARD. ail) Kxresa. I'viiris 4 KODv V, t)M man ook $x M)(let and wai ciirtH, I.ve Falmouth cry S 30 p m j ij a in 5 07 p in Uaily aim Ially o 3j p miro n a m ao p in .1,. ....- of Illieumatum of 10 rar standing '' Abraham Arr Covington ill. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Ingalls on Prohibition In Kansas. The Vestibule as a Safety Device. HARRY A. EVANS J,1 17 A "DTn?DCJ Stockmen ol the countie Traders, Horsemen and yS52L&m 11 F. .VvWiolaCream a. a. VA-JCO- m mound-builde- r. I. 1 I. 11 theos-filiatio- n d NEWUND UlTTWlSn m k For Sal 1 e 4 I I I 11 J. I. nts Brinlslcy 1 1 I POWDER RENT. I y'fl 3S5&&& ZGt -- 1 Pure scnooi-nou- se JACKSON HOUSE. v Attention, Please Settle! VV 107-t- f. THE MYERS HOUSE ? ,.,.,. F03TED. 11 Established - FOR I1TSXJKA1TCE , 111 - Settle Willi James Frye. sttle-men- t. I and Parlors ( j "wmb. zFZEisriisrsr coiirt-hois- e u-i- For Sal Publicly. 4 WALLACE, aj;o.-Rich- uiond " Tuesday, October . ""' - Mo&'d Outfitter Ilc-- Louisville, Kentucky. THE GALT HOUSE, NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. -- ' : i ! iber-a- j - C Sj-t- t i wrnm m u in ,...,! re-- '"l&r.h'Kr&ftJ! I . Court-llou- se I ' t ' .!'- i ev-p- er 1 Kentoeky Gentral R. B. ti-- doubly-orphane- d ' i iucn-ttr-eo- f 1 I v Female !LlkIfi Sy.Siifi , -- the-priso- - W$I' !:., J lt. ii- m I 1 tirt-clis- hi'r-e-.i!- I I ns-i- ( r 1 . I ' i iNt-,riurtij. . 1 11 (J-?C-?- 11 '. liMr.ii-tcrii- I 1 Old FOB. SALE.J ST., Ky. Route C I . iiiiEik fa! C -- lr North-Houn- d. " 1 '.. Sis' ..Ku-,..eeu- .u ',' ' , .' n . . i', WM. ADAMS I SON, remi-u- 111 R. B. GEOGEGHAN, THE SUCCESSOR TO M'MICHAEL, HATTER, OU 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Stock of JMiddlewar ncutur, con..cthn. at W,chte, pecs I, began suth a trim,.,: .00,, came . lty for Dr King. New Dsctvstfy lii'poiiit.'Mi tlis: N .N .v M 7 t Vo 4 miisu this collection at Lexington premonitions of consumption, his strength failed, "Had notrnen I would ha e sliest uf I.n Cli.um.l ton IMPORTANT Tra.n.s-- f th.sl.n. now arrive hitchMUgre hollow, and he seemed doomed w giwn up by d.Klr. Am nntv at ayd from the Central t'liissn I'amnger KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CD'S. HATS friend advised Dr .L,,, conct.oB. W. Z Sainpto bsstt.ua lr.e a Suilo,, dinclunati, , Intl.. Wtol kMll." Ml.,, ,f C... PWIItl 4.UI, also my own importation of Eiihh Hau Ail A. It Penny's drug .tore 'lhrnugh tickets and buggnge checked to any end Cups. An elegant line ot Canes tuid Lyon'. and vins sived. Health nnd strengili returned, his IIsutitinliou reached by a railroad. ahcerful voice rang out again acio the school Vliy 18 It Kiu Celebrated L'uib'oljas Mwajs on hand Par full particulars address any agent ot the Co. playground, his ohcrks apiin grew rosy, hit eyta v. Tlwt people lingsir along ulway. ctmiplalning K. II. IIACON P.issVr Agt., s. Traveling SEAL SKIN SACQUES, GAPS, bright. He it .till "the pride of his class" and ho about that continual tired ieoling Ou bsnile of Oen'I Pass'g'rA'gt., Lexington, Ky. Covit.gton, Ky. graduates this, year with highest honors, III Ileggs' IllO'.d I'urllli-- r and III001I MaLir Gloves and other Furs, a specialty Orders out ll.lt II l' IINOTON, General Mani.ger. a i wd appetit remove this lading, rfiveihi-Chro-i- i Nits I Catarrh positively cure ' ' V Ir, side of city solicited, pir'c t sattofa tlor guaraa lilNKRAL OP! ICKS ! A It IVunv Chamlerof C jmuiorce llailding, Cincinnati, O a. id u;git teed Don't ia.i to order a NODDY HAT J tv Sige's Catarrh Remedy jol, Ii) drugguts Ever brought to tint city ot Louisville, now opei including the world-ru- n oned HATS, his parents, the Joy of his home and the pride of bright .r... wor,k ''.n hitch... Ilui a shadow fc ncr0 en theMavsville Ilranch. V.. a. !,.,. .,. at fuither in the present gcneiation niedlcl,ie i hae evcr handled In my,o . m r.n v,. .. . ,' . i..7 ... I. a a at in, Airivi" and tho next will he fllllv capable of tilk- - sears' exneiieiue i Klectric Hitters " Thousands vi ic so that the leaves Maysville at , ofuthar. have adiled their testimony, For the illg C.irO Of tlienihelves. s.U a m, arriving at Pans at . uerdict Is uiiatiimiMS that Llectric llilter. do turo 740, a in No la (eaves Maysville at tin and ,1,.rtl11tii.,uia.,iii.li, tn si. Only a Jlfua,e,of tlie ,.uur Klllliey, or ,.iood m.nVv05, p '" The,.c UMM " , tho country u rest. Bristol (leiin. Cou- - nailf dollar atiottieat A u i .enny., ,in,B ,t0ro V No 43 leaves l.exincton iooj amj arrives Paris ,i,.r ' . --lojiani: except siindav . Tn 0 V No 8loavsCinciiinat! ct nm: arrives Falmouth ' In nnnntiiMiillnn l " -- The Johns-towHood cost 0.300 liv s j except Sunday f Jlorris, v cw- - 7 so pin7lmve. ralmouih 6oa am; arrives CincinRend the following. Mr C No. nnd gisO.OM.OO'). ark, Ark, .iv' "Was down with Ahscuaa of nati 755 am, except Siindav No. 3 j leaves Clntinn itc' 8 jo amj arriMt Falphysician, pr.,onc- h.B Lu"s" His Somlny , ,, n na n Tho Pride . of , Class. a.wv.., u.- ed me me an liicurahlc con.uiii ptivt. IIi'kmii t.lk- - mouth 1030 ni; aiinoutii only p mjnrriies Cin- , . 4 15 .o.)3 leaves Sunday only, ,,c i...t, ii.iiui for Dr. , tf ,1111.. and wf the dslishtr hig now Mub'sNcv Discovery able Consumption, cmnati 6rvnts. in ; .No . runs dallvlelusen Lexlng' ' rain and on my am tooi trace the Iklls-vtllc- rrohib :..:,.,. is to ..;. - Hare, slrugBist, , ' ni.ir;iviiri, best rtrr It rw ..; 7 6 45 P 111,10 45 ( -- a in 7 jjp m . Z. i 1 ,., prei-eilt- srii-,- . I 11 i -- M fI SAtsi .1-I 11 4t am 6 i la as I"" 6 )6 t 03 pn t 37 pm 7 4 st Pr-.- to a O) pin Mnrehesd 3 10 pm 8 41 ' oil lhll..V.V:::. 4 o. pm ... e oj pai 10 40 "Ashland " Catlcttsbur.' 6 ta pm 10 S3 s. Humlnislon 6 50' pin u 30 n 13 Arr White Sulphur... - Lve Stanford. !! :f.in.S,0.n " si inctieiler., i. if. iirii'iin i 11 n'n pm pm. 3 7 V jn tin ji am am 37 am 10 am IvY. pnil 8 pinito . . 1 1 1 4 at' am 3 pm, pm1 " " t . . ... - - ensaL-in- .,.,., ' ta 1 " Richmond, Va.... Norfolk ' Philadelphia " New York Washingttui Ilaltiiimre iiiritiiKviiic M 11 ch) a 50 3 35 1 OldPolnlComfort 31 9 30 a 40 ls cough: Un" l ,c '"' l '" i""' e,ur Oh to. .t. ton and Cinumwii, and , i,n. 16 - W Ufiiuj.ou1 runs daily betvvten " i S oj 35 ami 3 am iu am 4 pin 8 pm 9 PI" 11 Jonm pm j o pin pm 8 oj am pm 11 30 am pniiia 00 n iv pm 4s pm 15 pm 13 pm oj am 10 am 08 am 05 am I ff m W COMPANY" 111 ii I CREAM 1; - Kirmn T L5'S J,n," " ""',l" ,.. 11 tni!r dige-xton- . Reluming, fast Vestibuled from No urland all eastern points arrive, at Winchester 404 p m and Lnxlnaton 4 47 p in daily- fast mail Iriini iltintlngton and all point. nst arrises ,U'i iuln--te(luily 11 35 am nnd Lexington 11 15 noon cept bund ay. I'a.t exprem In in Hiiininutuii, P.rkersburg and Wheeling arrive. Lexington mas p in djily Olive Hill ictominodation airlvs Wmcln-stc- r and l.i'Xirgtnn a 10 am; teases Lexington 710a un pm, Wim hester 6 40. For tickets and Information wrltonr arnlv to O W. nARNli,Tickl.t Agent S A IIROM IhRll. Trav Pas. Vet I I Ml'kl'HV.O-si'- l P- .- Kt J D VARRINCION jl V V f.iiutou, Kv 111 . .. LEXJNGTON.KY. ' i "smmsSisJ .'I ii 'f.fK