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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889090601 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. t 1 V V Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. Lei.r Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, d889. And tearch the North or South arounJ NO. 59 1 DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Froii a Kenlucklan Now Residing In The Lon Star State. C(), J u-- Gui,8t,s two..lar.ol(1 coltf Paws, Tkxah, Aug. HO. I received it Judge Morrow, has been sold to Green copy of your very interesting .lontN.i,f Morris, of New York, for sf 1,000. tho 0th Inst, a few days since, and when The funeral of Mis. John Frost, I saw tho names of so many of my olil who had long beenu sull'eter from such as Alcorn, Bailey, sumption, took plnco Monday evening Bush, llaughman, Carpenter, Cook, Coop-TJic Commercial Club met Tucbday or, Fielding, Miller, McUol)erts,Mcneatli,jK,t after a long ndjournment. We Peyton, Warren, VanArsdalc, etc , etc., 11My now look for a Mantle boom of the It carried my mind back to tho days ol Industries known to modem times, ' my youth and early manhood and I felt The pasway ftom the northeast cor-lik- e talking to them through the mi'di- ner of the old Collexo premiwes to Will-ur- n ' of the Jot'iis.vi.. What a crowd of nut street has been closed, but pcrigrl- memories, some pleasant, winu sail, lone ,,tiug pedestrians will probably preaiu- themselves upon thomlndas I read those bulatu as primarily, nllee samee. L. W. Hudson shipped fioin Dan names ! Many of them, doubtless belong to a more recent generation. I left ille Tuesday to Scroggin Uros., Xew Or:" years ago leans, l'.'O mules, for which he received Kentucky for Texas in being the second highest priced next month. My homo was in Hoyle f'J'.Y-county. My father resided for half a mules ever sold in Kentucky. century on his farm near Parksville. Tho Our schools are opening this week , built In old brick farm-housand the attoudauce promises to bo large. stands there yet. I thought that some Mrs. Duke's school, Mrs. Breckinridge's o' those whose names I havo mentioned niul Caldw ell Colleges have already bemight Iw Interested In hearing some- - gun operations, while Centre College 'lexas home. thing from my far-oiand Miss Hattie Murr's select school for ,,. llux Wednesday I reside in the beautiful little city of j,r courtesy, is styieti inc -- Mr. Thomas Gibbons has bought Paris wiiloli, by Queen of the Prairies," "Tho Athens of i,j10 m,nt wttn);L, recently erected on Texas." Tho population of tho city Is South Third Street by the 'planing Mill U?,0O0, which entitles us to free mail de- - Co Mr Gibbons is a bachelor, but one livery and wdch we have had fir two julro this transaction that years. We have a complete system of u. contemplates matrimonvseriouslv. ' t , water works, built by the city at n A r ti wicl, ttus , nl. streets are being paved u,m)w, , nmrrio(J of i'X',000. The ,vtn , ,. , with Hois do Arc h ocks, six nches in T . (q ; o,dwk p m length, on the Mcholson plan This tQ y, j( wood never roU and is as hard as ignum vitas The paving will cost thee ty.A-MiMTo-Grwn.(l About (XV- It .III require 3 X cords to com- ' ,, pletethe work at o per cord. Thoj Jo,m To, Wtf), knmn , . , , are lighted with gn, and elec-streets, Ac M 1 lS-Vi- , 18-J4l' Nvter can you find ttio man Fond ai he for ilumlier tound O wield a II) ron't pen, lUcli in word i of living fire, Doddi iliould lie my hero then I.uvvd and tun; lv In all the nulile Hojtje band, None there were to bold at Calm he pulli the lanyard oU, O'er the valei ol Tennetiee. I.tLe a drote or antelople Now the hordei of rclol (lee, I MT. SALEM. could I liand lre h; Mrs. Hannah Itichurds is down with the llux. We are having much needed rain, as wo wo not fortunate In getting tboi heavy shower Stanford got more than n Stanford Female College FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1880. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., - President. Ctuted by Doddi' thunder tinoke On the mount of Tennestee. Kentucky'! om, come hither all, Kndeared tojou thi man thould be' Not er wat he known to fail To eat hn thare In '1 enneuee Untold wondert might t write Could t the time and paper ipire, week ago. Faculty of Truned Teather Kxcellent Hoarding Department. Ducipline Strict Initructlon Full infrmatinn given on application. For more than a week a very Inter- Thorough esting revival has been going on at New Mt. Salem church at this place. Nine! THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. converts were bantied last Sundav and' A fml and experienced corpt of Teach"r Clanlcal, iciontilic aud elect Established Bixaro awailing UaptMll. Hie JHe0ting)heC3lr,of llld. 1810. tocitlon healthful and ac eiible Sup. rijradxanta.'e. for a liberal and thor , ouRh Kifinei Uimtun hornet. Increned ondownment and enlarged Faculty for coming Jii. is carried on ny me lievs. isonling, Kris-ear. r or catalogue unu oti.tr iniormmi'iti, appiv to hie, Davidson und Dristow, of tho Bap ' ) W. O YOUNG, D. D , President. Danville, K. "I i" HI n Kentucky thould hit dredt Indjct, Vouti; and old hit K'or)' hare Cumberland Otp, Tenn, Sept i, iloj. tist church. It is currently reported that n Mis Bowling made herdebut at her father's hou.-the I lev. J. N. Bowling's, at Middleburg, on last Sunday morning. Bro. e, J i CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, RICH CAL, 31 O N D, -' KENTUCKY. Mr. Dodds last saw his tuneful friend in the rear of Vicksburg during ths selge and thinks he must have been killed in some of the battles at that time as he lias never been able to hear from him since. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ,, . of 4 ' Wade Soper, some years ago landcan drink unobserved, and into homes ,.01,r Grover.. nsc0Ilte,i t1L, tiroo. Mr. killed Harden to corrupt the morals and vitiate the ,J(hl(I, Wl8 n lJrlvatu Hol(er ,lurj1K tll0 lord in Nicliolasville, tastes of women and children, thus rais- - (ivil W(U. nnd R inoni)u.r of Company K Masters, ami went to the penitentiary ing up under its pretended benellcia in. ( w,l t.m.am,,'L.(l llt for three years, spending all of his $10,-00- 0 Kv ,llfantrv His jweethoatt was lluence a geneiation of whisky and beer Ctimberland Gap, Tenn., in ISiW, he be on tho trials. driukviH, men and woinen. Prohlbiti on ( eMm nc,lUa,ltc,i with j0,tI,h llokL.r( of true tohim in all tlu.'e trials and after and In direct opposition j tho mh 0Mo Il,failtrVf T)l0 ni.()Uin. reciiliting his fortune in tho far Wet is Americrtii institutions and l - tancoiipened into warm friendship and 'ho returned and was to have mairfed to our posed to tho sentiments of tho people wh0 j,, wup jU t,,u I)0Jnt rofL.rml t0 her in Lexington. .She met him, but all over tho land, therefore they fvor Ir u0kor Wroto the nppoiuluil acrostic, discoveied whisky on his bieath, and nl-- 1 regulation of tho liquor tralllc, wlllch Mr I)oti,i8 imscaiefully preserved ' though ho had the license she broke oil' tho they believe this can hest 00 accom - .,3 a im.ment0 0f i,i8 fri0Ii m ti,u the match. Paris Kentuokian. and . , . . .... .f I.I..1. ,..!.! )ll8llt'(l liy a jllilicioun P)a:iii ui iiikii stilling times in which it was written: $2,500 Reward for a Lost Cat. license and local option. "Itcspectfully inscribed to James It. The equivalent in I.iirIiiIi money of Jj,jc was Dodds, Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky , a once offered h) uu old lady in London for the reSoir.o ladies went into a certain etoro member of 'Hogeyo Battery," Cumber- turn of a favorite cat which had strayed or bttn Peoplo called her a "crank,', and perhaps stolen in Mtiuford tho other day where a very land Gap, Tenn." she was. It is unfortunate that one ol the gentler presides and asked him bow legged man Jlmmj will a funny mm sc should ttver fain this title, et many do. It is, And lci wru hit diJlglt, for some articlo on sale. With his usual however, frequently nut their fault. Often funcMuch lie locd to be In bed, tional derangements will apparently change, a wo politeness tho young man staited to the llury day and cery nirfht. Don't blame stub sufferers if man's uitireiiature end of stoio where it was kept, saying: Slumber conio to Inn dear taitl, theyaru"crauk), 'hut tell them to uo Dr. Pierce's way, ladies." As ono of them Robed In majetty diwne, "walk this 1'avoilte Prescription, which is an infiilllblc reDearer far than mitert' gold observed tho wonderful curve of his legs medy fr ' female weaknesses,'1 It vill soon re.mrr Or dlamondt from the i.iiiiu; BiifUclont for a baby carriage to pass them to their normal cunuitioii. it is wurrsvmcu 10 Dearer far than womaii'ilovc, give 1tisfactioii in ever case, or money in aliunde, tone: "Well through, tthosaid 7 Dearer mill limn wanlor'i fame ( it will be returned . I wouldn't wall; that way for tho whole Sweet at ncctit trout tnr flower. wo Slumber to hn cjelidi came Dr Piene's Po.lets, the original nnd only store, much less the small purchase fraud K.t or travel Vt i;cnuine LUtlo Liver PilU, ajt a vial; one a dse. came to iiiaUo." ( Thursday, Sept 12. i'. home in this place Monday night of Tho round-trirate will be $10 and! typhoid fever. John carried the mails the tickets will be good to return on all . seed oil mill, two leu factories, two steam jtoam,from f()r ,e veftnj regular trains until Sept. IWth. This expower brick factories, an iron foundry, a Wt ni(, nUhoilK)) WM cursion will be run at such a time as to large steam furniture factory, P1"""'!!! was not removed .luring Cleveland's oiler a splendid opportcnity to finish roller mills, telephone wires . . the summer at the seaside, returning' ,. city and telephone connections . over tho vi4. i i n- - vit niv nn vein j. uva homo after the end of the heated term with neighboring towns within a r"'""9, evening, who for n long time could and not in the midst of hot weather., of i0 miles. make no one understand him, although The surpassing beauty of the scenery IhU we take more pride in our schools GerIimtlf IuUiin( g igh nm, along this route and tho manv attrac and churches than in anything else. 1 Mdk.n , ton ere ,aanc,a,a nt tions presented by the celebrated Hygeia ' send you cuts of two of our school build- - hiuij o final vumaMt!toA enn. Hotel are toowell known to need comings anomer is in coume u. nntlveof ifc.swr.(bin ' ln Tnrkev brick and the two ment. Arrangements have been made' 10.000. tlw. :ul ward, n understood each other per for special round-trirates from Old1 structure, with seating capacity of I.V) fectly 7.V) and the point for those desiring to extend their . ., ,. mioils, tho Alkeu Institute T outing to Washington, Baltimore or total, Mou building or the colored pupils m ewn Xew York. A no more favorable season l.TOlpoplls. Two of these buildings are w muld bo selected for vinittmr thesw completely flnishiHl and furnished with ,Kh B,,h 0jwr ,10 c,,tfckw, of Kxcursiontos will have the additional' the most mot em and Improved kin.ls ... , vietorioiH mmh um, ,BMk,(I . . hll ,u ..1 1. ..ii... ...,- -. privileges of stopping oil" at Richmond,1 w , t.esKS. ,1acK..,oan.s,g.U.. jlliu 0J Tlm, UM.It.. .s.illl.n c, ,,;,,,. Vol...-..- ! ........... lirt.l.... . ' ,. IVIIM j II1IM, etc The value of the school property is; .,,...hu 4. tl'Jl I'UIKl' or any of the famous summer resoils $.!, (X)0, The itssessed valuation ol taxa- having the change to ettle with return- upon the return trip. Parties desiring ble property in tho city is JlJ.StU.t'", ed to the work-hoiisleeping car space should send in their amount of money ftom the State for mystery legarding the death of 4111 l names at once. For further information ,..- '.kit Cil.. . The Jo1M eM , lul,0lVwl. .ne -,, scnooi pontes apply to agents of this company or con- f pup Is , of An,U8t for frn, city tax iOVJ0,,l, number. htft necting lines, or write or apply to G. W. ofhcholisdcngein the city -- ,.U. Hie h,, hmm ,u Barney, Ticket Agt., Phumix, Hotel, ? !,,,,, M.,n ,,,,,,, lwo ,llilw u llis ,,,8li. public schools are taught l '"A. Bromberg, Traveling Pass. Aut. J. L. T lie ( the year, employing 30 , w,0m no ft llB0I n M Murphy, General Pass. Aut., Lexington, salary is $1,-0superintendents ttl() u,ls ,,rh. omwvnwil , kow Kv. are irom io 10 iiai inga ro.itl carttindhoteeitially strange. .uacliors Siiianes A K'tins.is farmer named John Arm- per month. Tho Catholic and all Prot- Jones had nearly $700 In cash on his lms "'vented and patented acoin estant tlemonatlons have church houses person and while some persons think he -- Mr. Willis I:. Carrier and MNs in the city. Improved lands are selling lias left the county voluntarily, tho-- o nie, the prettv .laughter of Mr. and Mis. c,lUi" 'chine. It can be made so as per acre. Very little best acquainted with tho circumstances at from $15 to . II. lVrkinl were married vesterdavl to takt' om' or m(lle l0W6 at n timo ""l unimproved land for sale think he has Been foully dealt with. Ibvliev.J. Jl. Cook, ut Mrs. W. if. ' oU mulMioi-- tlii'in. If thi,s Mow and horlous work can now bedone by l.orse I do not w rite this article for an adverMiss Boono Bush is visiting Somer-te- t. Young's, near Highland. The bride has w.,.i .1 ..... try. .. .'.",.. iv i.uiui:ia ,11 all if any of my old friends tisement, but Mr. Georgo Kishcr and family, of il school at PleaMtnt Point, but will not !artM 0f tht countrv. , 11 . .. t .1 .1. ..1... , wish to soUle in a healthy country or a jl. Louis, who havo been for the past riii.'i' uu 1H.1.0UIH ui me weoiiing, inns is liable to elng in At this season pleasant city, let them come to Paris, mouth visiting relatives in Danville, ro- - showing what a good business young v theshakeis. To pieent this mix the I). M. UotKEit. Lamar cunty,Texa she is. turned to their home on Thuisday. Mr. salt with cornstarch, using seven parts Mr. Bruce Champ, editor of the of salt and one of starch. This small Joe S. Moore, of the Advocate, has just Works at Wichita. How Prohbltlon isleturned from a brief visit to Louisville Bourbon None, and Miss Li.zie Cozzens, quantity of cornstarch not objectiona We have icceived from Dr. J. II. Bal-lo- u friends. He took In of Bourbon county, were married at the hie. the Lexington Kair a copy of tho Wichita, luis., Xews-IJeaco- u, on Ids return. Mr. Alex Anderson has Gibson Houe, Cincinnati, Wednesday Bucklen's Arnica Salve containing theresolutioniadopt-e- d gone to Virginia in response to a sum- evening and left next morning for a briThe ben sahein the world for cuti, brui Orel, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores, tetter, chap by the democracy of fcedgwick coun- mons to attend the bed-id- e of his broth dal tour of the Kast. May their journey nil ty. Thev declare for a resubmission of er, John, who is dangerously ill. W. II, through life piove as full of happiness as I ped handi, chilblains, corns aud no slin crup.- ' piles, or pay reqmrand . i.i,.,. p .!.. !.. il...- ""u Ban ford and family left on Tuesday the one they are taking in the tullness of tlons It if pontnilj cures give rirfcct sattraction, ' ; tne promimiou guaranteed tti cd. or money refunded Price 15 cents per box. nnuniiirmuiiii where ''v, ' for Chicago ,. . they expect ,heieafter a joyful honeymoon. , nnce legislation, is a fraud, a farce , Thiee Kentucky editois have mar- - For tale by A. K. I'enn), Stanford, Kym , . . rieil this week and still there's more to nn absolute failure, and that the prohibi-Renews Her Youth. ....b.lv.j v.e nll tau . . ' r r a . villi mi. lory laws 01 tin. l iJ0,I(,ilttilu i;UtitloIpli propertv, jusl t north follow. .Mr. George 11. D.iins of the Bar- - Mrs. Thtebe Cheslcy. Peterson, City Cov Ioa , ,, wi nt bourville sous, and Miss Kmma 11. fells the fulloini rem trkable stor), the truth of imoxica us, n.m .egulatetlsaleot of tow urrfml. TawJav .... , . . , Wykes, of Spriugtleld, O., were married which is vouched for b) tne residents of the tow n, In the cituens u spirit oi nypoeruy I am 73 years old, have been troubled with kidney, . ,. , I hey further ., i ,. ndisiegard for all laws. Tuesday. Mr. D.iins celebrates his entry complaint aud lameness for many ears, could not' J " Ul !.... ..w. i.M.f.J charge uini proi iimiimi ..u i"" Lincoln county and for manv years n into journalism aud matrimony both the uit aiyiell w!th?.t help Now I am free from to but that it is UrivlitB ldbit. '"P'Of ciiiu 0f btanford, expects to be ousted same year, and we trust tho one will be pain aud sorenets and am able to do all my o 111) thanks houtcuorl.. I Klectric hitters trall'icfrom the open saloon, where " nlino-- t nny diy from tho position he lias as prosperous us tho other will be con- - lor havuiK renewed my youth and removed all dioae and pain. Try a buttle joe and, . belongs, into joints, where boys . properly tenUil and happy. inniy. ruuny8liau.wlln.) i ....- - j """ "" . his ,i t,W ,. ,, r,.,,,,.,, IUrttton ,. ,..... ... j .); :.,., -- I .....I ...., - UM ' ,,,,,,.. iiniavi(i .'. 1 ,..... ,,,.,,..,-- a, ,, n Klmira N. Y. school teacher, aged 15, has just married ono of her former pupils 'iigediM, whom, in his school days, she many a time soundly whipped. A Cleveland man has just married again the woman from whom he was divorced tttji years ago. Meantime he had married a second wife and become a widower. Oeorgo W. Reynolds and Miss Mol-li- e Hyan, n winsome young lady of 20 summers, droe down from McKinney yesterday and were married at the courthouse by Uev. Ben Helm. Peter Waddle, a milkman living near Atlanta, will soon lead his ninth wife to the altar, eight having died. The dead are all buried in his yard, and each has a tombstone. Waddle has the wedding dress of each hung in his closet- Craddotk says a young bride returning from Iter runaway marriage at Aberdeen, was so happy that she sang incessantly, if not melodiously. At last a Paris doctor, unable to stand it longer, offered her oO cent 9 to desist ami she accepted it. Miss Mamie, daughter of Dr. Canine, of Louisville, was married at Sault Ste Marie, Out., to Sidney Schief, said to be a titled Knglishmau and rich. It is to be boned he will not prove the fraud the average fortune hunter from the Old World usually is. 15ev. A. P. Jones, a Methodist circuit rider in Henry county, eloped to Louis-- 1 villewith Miss Minnie Gentry, where thi'V were innrried. The tmrentrt of tho I bride are rich and Baptists and objected to the poverty stricken Methodist preacher marrying their girl. George A. Oaddis ami Miss Carrie Daugherty, both of the Milledgeville vi- to Jellico Wednesday j cinity, eloped i night aud were made man and wife, returning yeMordry as happy as mortals usually get. Objections on the part of the parents of both caused them to re- Euniuim n.e.iiis oi i.uvii.g uie kiioi SCIENTIFIC Itowllng is fcaid to bo doing as well n THREE COLLECES THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCIAL might be expected. It Is supposed that Healthy Location the heart ofAND liluc Gran region. COURSES. above sea level. Kefined and hc- the 1,003 feet in pitable community Student rind hemes In the UOSt families and Memorial Hall. Expense! modover joy at the advent of the young lady erate 5i6o to $4 7. Attendance latt tctiion, 31a, from aj Statrs and Territories For full informacaused the pastor s al)S"tice ftom meettion and CiiuloKue appiv to L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. ing on last Sabbath. Un last ."Saturday while the writer TWENTY PROFESSORS was at Liberty, Jess Blown, the jailor AND INSTRUCTORS. Agricultural and Mechanical. armed himself as a dragoon, and Logan -Scientific, Engineering, Classical, OIFShaip, deputy sheriir, us light cavalry, Normal School, Military Tactics, and went beyond Brush Creek to ar Commercial and Academic rest some parties by the name of Wheel-e- r Courses of instruction. re- COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE, OF TUITION. and Wilson, who bad gotten into a begins Sfrplrmiir II. Ihsu. i'nr ('Htnloinio unci utlier Information add rev Fall Term J Anns K. IWTTKHSON. I'll. !., I.i:.I41TOX. KY. cutting scrape, and one of them defied STIJDY-CLASSII Noxt Session Opens Sopt. Nth, 1889. TATE COLLEGE 21 KENTUCKY arrest. They returned and reported that the parties couldn't be found. The Grandest ofthe Season. One more chance to visit Old Point. The Old Kentucky Route, N. N. & M. V. Co., K. D. will run the last and cheapest excursion of the season to Old Point and the famous Hygeia Hotel. A special WARD'S SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES. School for NASHVILI.K.TENN. A refined Christian home, thoroughly Kirn, uoiirne oi ituur lUornUKii Hini practical, notcuooi in tne soutn or em rati oner a more elf Kant home or pleatanteriurroiiiidlntM. Largest enrollment of anrchoil for airN in thecit) dnrlngtlio tait r.ar. Hoard reduced to f per month. tor catalogue audreu j. u.uAavuvK, rrlncliial- organized-non-Sectarlan train with Pullman sleepers and elegant coaches will leave Lexington at m., p AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, Founded March 25th, 1825, by Mrs. Julia A. Tevls. first-clas- SMELBYVILLE. KY. 7 o'clock The oldest School for women in the South. Teachers are graduates of s in best Colleges. Prepares for welleslev. Accommodations very particular. Terms reasonable, and include all School expenses. ; x. . 'j.'. j.'.cj.fi. w -- e-i o-- N Our First Shipment of p FALL PANTS ITow j I j USASir for tlie Trado. BRUCE8M0ROBERTS , , . la-d- - i ., Dry Goods and Notions, -- i .....""', . . 1 11 ,,.,,. - 1 . ru "'""" -. .,,., r. Staple&Faney Groeepies Quccusnwrc, Glasw.'trc, Tinware, &c. Will exchange for Country Produce and allow the highest market pricei . Powers' old store-room. ... ... .. I l''lfl lltJ Jt 11 licliliutlio oyw jl.atA. II, Penny's Drug .Store. Is Consumption ,, Incurable? . ' Mr. C II Morris Newark, Ark,sns 'Was down with Abscess of I, ungs nnd friends nnd phyrkians pronounced me an in j ctn.ible consumptivt) lltKan Liking Dr, King's, New Discover) for consiiiuption, .Hid am now on ' my third bottli', and able to oversee the work on my farm. It Is the finest medicine ever m.ue.'' Je-- e Middlrwart Dacatur, Ohio, says "Had it not bren for Dr. Kind's N'ew Discovery for con sunmtlun I would have died . of Lunir 1 roubles . . ... n. 1.1.(1 11,1- .l.v flit. tnr. ..... niMv" 1,1 .t.rst O VI A tn , ... ..- .".-- . health " Irv it Simple bottles free nt A. K, Head the following The Great Remedies llRs, 1 ! Penny's dru.tortt A KKKT' SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat, White Svvvlhni, Svphilitic diseases In all its stases. Necrosis, tc. Price $t per bottle. Is the most pleasant to take of nil the Irontonic. It cures Dspepsla HAVIS' IHON III it elves a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new enersy to the muscles nervouo ) jU'iu Price Si per bottle. and OAlLIKK's WORM SVKt'P is made of the best worm killej and expcllers known to the medical profession and therefore recommends itstlf. It is pleisantto take, safe and reliable. Price 35 per bottle. Qlrl. ITn.li-ro- . l t. 11.41 .. . HIT I C rrt nil. tU.,PAmi.l.lnt. ....rH,.fcv. ni.,.tt.,i u.vn .ohuh.., VI. Il'l tene ... inVPTIP ...v. wv...,.d.., T,.i..tr...t A.C. Acts asuitn trtiv. l'rice jj cents per boi. Manufactured and lor sale to th e truuo ny tr.e .!., .....v. ...A.-..v..- ., ' The Pride of Woman. ilcir pcaily and tran.pnreut skin is aHvajs n sign of pure blood, and all persons troubled with dark, creasy, jrllo or blotched skin can rest that their blood is out of order A few doses of IUjbs Illood Purifier & lllood Maker will thtt cjiute and the skin will become clearnnd trHiisparcnt Try It, and if satisfaction is not given it willco.t jounothiny;. It is fullyarrantvd. A. H. Pviin), Druyziit. nd WILLI A3ISKURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky.A. C SINE. J. X. MENKFEE. &, ' tVIENEFEE -- Dealers In- - ROUCKK AXTD DEBSSSD LUMBER, .,, ' You Cannot Afford At this season of the car to be without a juod, re, liable diarrhoea balsam in th house, as crump.- csdlc, diarrhoea and all Inflammation of the stonv v ach Biid bowels uie exceedinuly dangerous If not "13 A. attended to at once. O,io butlo of l!cgs' Dur- , broea IJalsam willdo mor atrna in cases of the mediLino On earth. We guar- kind than any other 33X,XNrDS SiiSH, DOORS KfttD Scroll Work, FVtouldings, Brackots and Cedar and Locust Posts. first-clas- Laths, Shingles, Etc., t2) TTT!Tori' ,ir.X J. Jit.hi W "WraFi A2TO SliAT FB1TCE, s will carry a full stock of everything found in a Lumber Yard. antte it. A. K. IVnrty pruggilt A, Q SIN'E,-- Husluets Maoager, 4 1 1 1. ,r . . M ". is ...- - -- y' LllKUltajEl ' ii.mi.ig.ni - i tTSfSSSSSrlflfflSiTrSiS .. linn nmnm iri i ijiarTriP' . .,; :,;J-5Vi1lljl1I1- ' y;TyJ"JM', r3r ,rw''rr!?" i?!!?? 'ir - !. "Jy. if A henvy snow in Montana has put Both tho Courier Journal nnd the out the forest tires that have been raging Times have published spirited editorials ncalnst the removal of Gen. Don Carlos in the mountains for six weeks, and sav lincll from tho Pension Agency nt Louis- ed 6overal mining town from destruc' 8TANFOKD, Kym SEPTEMnEK o. 1889 ville and the protest will likely bo heed- tion. . IIarris6n was in Washington a tew outrage to oust this ed. It would be an splendid old soldier for no other cause hours Wednesday and left for a further docW. F WALTON. OFthan that he dares to be a democrat, af vacation at Log Cabin, Penn. The his salnry for several ter his noble but unappreciated service tor hasn't earned TiiEstabbiii); of her nurse by Mrs. in war, and it is one that even the pres months. Gov. Lowry has succeeded in quietIiobert Kay Hamilton, at Atlantic City, disgraceful "coalition between prayerand ing matters at the scene of the threatenof Sunheretofore mentioned, has drawn out the boodle between a combination is not teachers and bum- ed rnce war in Mississippi, and it secrets of n deep, dark plot Hint was laid day School probable that there will bo any further for the gullible, but not guileless young mer "blooksofflvc" will hardly be guilmillionaire.' It seems that ho met the ty of. There is a point beyond which trouble. Campbell A. Walton, an old man of syren under the impression that she whs even that aggregation of fraud and cor- SO, took his first railroad ride Monday, n virtuous and unsophisticated girl and ruption dare not go. but the excitement killed him in less like most young men imagined he had Somk of tho G. A. K. were not particu half and hour after he got on the train nt wh-- n reshe made a powerful conquest They ex- Gallatin, Tenn. luctantly gave herself to his keeping. larly struck on Milwaukee. A couple of men at Salt Lake City pected tho whole people to fall down and She knew how rich ho was and with an worship them, but they didn't worth a loved the same girl and decided to settle old lover, whom she has since been paythe question of her possession by n duel. ing. 003 n year and about whom the cent. One disgusted individual, perhaps They fought, but neither will get her, a coflee cooler, says: "As a matter of Btnhliin. occurred, she entered into a entertained at all. We for both were killed. is now conspiracy to become mistress of his fact we were not A'ew s of seal skins on three Forty were overcharged by every dealer, there added, millions. At the proper time she sent very behold one of nnd not separate trains nre en route East from for Hamilton and producinifa baby, that was no banquet, no excursions, JVoveltirs collections effects Goods, even enough badges to go around. The San Francisco. The entire consignment she had bought for $10, told him it was Shoes, Caps, lis, is for England, nnd represents the catch town was decorated and one of the brewfts. their chilil and with tearful entreaties to be one of plenty of beer, of the Alaska Fur Company for a year. we ever Bought him to sive her reputation and ing companies dispensed It is estimated that 100 but that was.all. Milwaukee is but a over, nnd give the baby a name. He yielded Cloth- alfair was too much are annually run down and kilted on the and she has led him a merry dance ever small towu and the expcctions. Hudson river railroads. Since January t sini-elike for it." not only spending 15 have been killed in Duchess county water, but keeping him in hot water by Instead of a million nnd n half, the alone, and 12 out of the 15 were drunk. her brazen demeanor towards men. The public debt was increased jjt5,0-,t0- 7 wool last The young son of Congressman story reads like a novel, anil is another month, making the increase for July and of the Sixth South Carolina district, moncij. proof of the assertion that facts are August $7,094,00:1. This ,reinarkable killed William Marshal, umpire in a be elsewhere double money. Onr stranger than fiction. It also shows state of affairs could occur only under n be game of base ball, at Darlington, S. C, s SS.oO what fools theso rich men's sons are, republican a ministration of extrava over a descision, a baseball bat being we who inherit nothing from their sagacious gance, l lie rascals are uany accumulatthe weapon rtsed. be sold sires but their lucre. ing evidence of their incapacity to to adbuy Darwin A. Henry, Superintendent Overcoats minister the government economically of Construction for an electric light comwe convinced In response to some criticism of the reasons pany in New York, was instantly killed, when the conduct of his office by Congressman and adding to the numberless to thrust them while adjusting some wires Monday Flood, of the Elmira, X. Y., district, that will lead the people stock ignominiously from power in 1S12. night. He received tho force of nn al- Commissioner Tanner said "that if the :ernaung current oi j,wu vous. Congrebsman'8 brains could be blown Main St., M. SALINGER, NEWSCQNDENSED on the Dan Sweeney, through the bill of a snipe into the eye was killed of a mosquito it would not make the Over itO persons nre now in the jail Cincinnati Southern Kailroad, by a train near Kogers' Gap. He was sitmosquito wink.'' Flood, who is a re- at Wichita, Kas.. Ill for murder. LANCASTER, GARRARD publican, did not relish this beautiful J. tf. Joplin In" been appointed ting on tho track, anduuust have fallen Garrard College will ope asleep. He was struck by the simile and he is now on a hunt for the storekeeper nnd guager in this district. j his head being mash- Tuesday, the UHli. All and knocked oir, Corporal's scalp. He has been to Deer John B. Wheat has been appointed ed to pieces. to a larger attendance than ever before. Bark to see the president to whom he postmaster at Denmark, Kussell county. The Great Western Combination Samuel C. Show alter, aged (), sub threatened to resign unless ianner is Constable Batson killed Andy Ken- mitted to an injection of the exhibited at the Opera House last night. disciplined. As his district is very close resisted elixir about three weeks ago at They claim Miss Mollie as the attraction and as a democrat would more than nedy at Millersburg, when he Dayton, Ohio. Monday he died in hor- and that they are the oldest combination is pretty certain arrest. likely succeed him, it Henderson voted by a majority of rible agony from blood poisoning. His on the road. This would make Miss that Tanner will have to apologize and 3SS to take $7,000 stock in theState Line body became putrid and the flesh drop- Mollie nearlv in. be forced to quit talking so much with Railroad. There is not one distillery in operaped oil' in pieces as large as a man's hand his mouth. A new National Bank is nltout to be befoie tion in our county and only one warehe died. Tnr.nK has been a great deal of fooli.-- li started in Louisville with a capital itock Valentine Hatfield, leader of the fac- house with aMiliicient storeage of whisnnd adverse criticism of President Har of SoCO.OOO. tion bearing his name !u the Hnt field- - ky to require a watch. There is thererison because lie refused to kiss a baby An earthquake engulped the town of McCoy feud, on the Kentucky and West fore, only one storekeeper, out of the that was presented to him at Bangor, Kautzoik, Krzeroum, in lava, and VM Virginia borders, has been sentenced to half dozen appointed, on duty. Maine. It is generally a pretty severe lives were lost. who has been i Miss Kate the penitentiary for life for the part he dose to kiss a baby and nearly always The Mississippi war of races ended took in the murder of three of the Mc sick for some time, U out again. C. C. an unpleasant business but it takes her- in the death of five negroes and the Coy boys. Alex Messer, another of the Cline and family will move to Lexim- oism of no ordinary sort to refuse to ap- (light of a dozen more. gang, gets a similar sentence. ton this week. .Mrs. Lizzie noiiings-wortply your lips to those of the "muling A Jewess named Uertlia bternberg of Nashville, is visiting her Mrs. Angelo Kusconi, wild to be one and puking" infant when asked to do so committed suicide at Louisville by open- of the richest women in Kentucky, was mother, Mrs. Dr. Hufiman. Mrs. C. W. Will on hand a large and select line of Furniture ly and we are glad that we have a presi- ing the arteries in the wrists. frightened todeath by n "ghost" that Kobinson and little son, Kobert, of and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods dent who had the courage to decline Car Kepairer Tom Vance was killed walked nightly in a store at Bellevue. Meridian, Miss., are visiting Mrs, John can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be consuch osculation. It shows of what stern in a general row at a picnic near Walton She went to see the specter nnd when it Woodcock. vinced that I sell lowor than the lowest. stufT he is made and stamps him a man his body being pierced by '20 bullets. appeared she dropped dead. An inves CRAB ORCHARD. of no ordinary mold. He has done one was al tigation proved the ghostly visitor to be The town of Baker, Mont., act at least that every office seeker will most totally destroyed by fire and eight the reflection from an electric light some All persons knowing themselves inapprove, though some will not dare em- lives are believed to have been lost. debted to either Geo. W. James, dee'd., distance awav. ulate his example. or J. W. James will save cost by settling Four men were convicted nnd sen- Hi'iiiiLE. The late rains have prepar- at once. All accounts not paid on or 2 to 0 years at Pine-We regret to know that Chairm in C. tenced to terms of Dealer In ed the fallow lands for turning and our before Sept. 15th will be placed in the Grubbs, of the Executive C jimnitUe ville. The juries cost the Commonwealth ' farmers have lesumed business again. hands of an otlicer and sued on at once. of tho Kentucky Press Association, has ie-- $1,12.". t Uncle Jimurie Crow, of Buena Vista, is J. W. James. At a recent artillery trial in England signed because'of the unfriendly and nn-paying Mr. S. M. Spoonamore a flying S. Vanderpool has secured the conSTANFORD, KY. reasonable criticism with reference to j a hall weighing J5S0 pounds was thrown visit on his return from Halo's Well. tract to carry the mail from the depot to 'over 12 miles. It attained a height of the delay in appointing delegates to the Miss Bettie Harris is spending a licHt the postotiice, succeeding. Uncle Arch He is a young 3 miles. National Association. with her sisters, Mrs. George P. Carson who lias faithfully performed the e claim of Virginia has put in a man of talent and energy who would Bright and Mrs. B. F. Fugleman, who service for more than a dozen years. It done his full duty in making the 000 against the government for money have been on the sick list for a week or was a matter of dollars nnd cents and he Winchester meeting a success. Presi- - borrowed by Washington to build the so. A. C. Cannon was called yesterday Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is was under bid. Both nre democrats. dent Johnson has accepted the resigna-- j White House, full and complete. We call special attention to our Miss Nannie Kennedy is visiting Tlie late Charlemagne Tower, of morning to .attend the funeral of his tion and annotated Judge W. M. BeckPhiladelphia, tho millionaire mine opera- father, who resided in Casey county. Mrs. M. C. Willinms, at Mt. Vernon. IITDESTI-TJCTIBLner in his stead. The judge is no slouch Mr. James Kobinson and sister Hattie Judge W. II. Pettus, of Somerset, has E BTTHXAJ himself when it comes to doing the clev- tor and counselor, left an estate valued returned yesterday from a 10 days' visit been on a visit to his brothers, Dr. J. D. The best Casket of the kind ever invented. er thing and we are sure he will do all at $21,000,000. The deaths of Miss Ida Chrisman, to Shelby and Spencer counties. Dr. G. Pettus, of this place, nnd J. F. Pettus, of in his power to make the next gathering Mr. John "Squint" Embalming under tho most approved method when desired. aged IS; John B. Walker, '.'' and George A. Tr.iylorand .Mr. II. J. Luce arrived Preachersville. of editors a memorably pleasant one. of Madison, are re- - home Sunday from an extended trip to Adams and family started to Texas yes- Pearson Parks, 40, all J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. Columbia and around about. The doc- terday. Miss Beaurcguard Stewart, Mr. Tiie editor of the Elizabethtown News ported in the Climnx. tor reports the people of that section in a and Mrs Scott Farris, Mrs. L. Stephen- found out from a talk with one of the A bill has been prepared and will ... .... iudgesof the Court of Appeals a decision come before the Georeia legislature to prosperous condition. Mm. need and SOU, .Mr. .nun. .). UICC, OI not generally known. It has been the pension the widows of all disabled Con- Mrs. Nance nnd daughter leave tie Fox, of Danville took in the London . ... . . ,. ,C1A.0 !,. l?.l. .,.,1.... for their liimiifi in Nashville Fair. Messrs. Davis and Pickens, of custom oi coin is to pronounce guiuy u federate soldiers m tile State. ami South Carolina. Mr. Greenberry Knoxville, were the guests of the .Misses w ho fi iU to put in an appearance at Dan Lamont will probably be elect- mini his trial but the Appellate Court has de- - ed President of the Tennessee Coal, Iron Bright, who has been very ill for some Buchanan, Saturday. Mr. Davis is k .u. .... cided "that if the accused is not present nn,i Kailroad Company, tho largest in- - limn' iu fit, ml, itiitirm'.iit fltlfl tlinl1f.li lit. choice they say, any wny they j lit..;, id .in... ...ij'1 j his physician to bo in a fair way to get are the "Choice and Pickings" of Ten t to I'lea of not guilty must be entered dustrial corporation in'tlie South. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Miss Blanche Bennett, of Indiana, well, provided other complications don't nessee. i .r him and his guilt pi oven by compe- LwJS?--.tent witnesses before he can be so ad- danced the straight 24 sets at a White set up. The mysterious disappearance ) HUST0NVILLE. FANCY ARTICLES, &C. "aen:c---- ! "MrcH; . judged." This is another victory for the Sulphur Springs ball the other night ami of Mr. Jones, which lias been mentioned U . Qun-z7I The public school will not be tiumht Phytlciant prccriitioiii accurately compounded. whose facilities were amply (fetl from the effects of the over exei- - in your paper and others, still remains in the vault of obscurity, though a faith- in Christian College as was at first talked sufficient before. tlon. of, but it has not been decided to whom A mob hung a negro near Atlanta ful search has been going on for a numAfter a three month's vacation it for outraging a little white girl and later ber of days. The colored fair commenc- it will be given. would seem that the Court of Appeals Friday, and Mr. Joel Page, who is sufl'ering with THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, advices say tho blacks are assuming a es, at this place and Siiperior Court ought to be ready to from present indications bids fair to be a paralysis, is some fietter. J. B. Cook threatening aspect. CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. go to work and earn some of tiio salary success. We hope they will succeed, as and Will Dryo closed their summer cirJames The widow of paid their judges, but they were not. Kver brought to ttm market Price lowr than K Polk celebrated her Siith birthday at this is the second time they have at cuit with the Springfield Fair. the lowest, W'atchci, Clock, and Jewelry He. Two or three of the members were sick Mis. Ada Bice and her two daughtempted to organize an institution of the paired on ihotljnotlce and warranted, nnd others had nioro important private Nashville Wednesday. Her mind instill kind in this community. ters, Mary and Patsey, of Bouibon coun tiiidimiua in nttf.ml. Meanwhile the dock clear and ovents of long ago are still fresh ty, reached Christian College last week, ner iiiunorj. If you purchase goods witli no expecet is growing more crowded and litigants where they will make their home for the A in tation of paying for them, says Dr. Acre of The next legislature! are suffering. next ten months. Miss Ida Vanarsdale, FOR SALE. "TK1 one Mi Lall No,crt Georgia was sentenced to three yeaas in tor on or go into debt which vou cannot ought to establish another courj to help of Harrodsburg, Miss Alice Ford, of My Now House on Main St., uddretiA. K l'cnny,.Snclljy City, Ky. 58if 'riMm aml ,1h' brotherhood of Loco.no- - meet, you steal just so much money. If these two do nothing. and Stanford, Ky, For termi apply to Mr. W, II, " tivo Eugineeis is protesting against the I go into a grocer's store nnd buy sugar, Paris, Miss Orali F.noch, IliKC'ni, ht.inlonl.or to me at U.nnillc, Ky Mr. Owsley, Stanley, of Danville, all j lightm- - of the penalty, The Giau Tidings, published at LOTTIE N HOLMES, coffee and meat with no capacity to pay 3 in Christian College, are on abethtown, will send forth its joyful uiec-- j l!jy Johnson, o'f Denver, loved for them, I nm more dishonest than if I teachers Bagesnomore. The constable has the pretty Jeiiuie Sell rook, but the green-ke- y go into the store, and when the grocer's hand for their work. Miss Klla Burns, DISSOLUTION J to the establishment. This is tho ,.yed monster got the better of him and face is turned the other wny, I fill my who will have charge of the art class, 'I he cnparlncrthip of McKoDertt ,V Stasg it hy first of the two which will eventually ,', a tt of desperation he put n bullet in- pockets with tho articles of merchandise will not come for a week or two on ac mutual content illnolvtd, Mr. SiaK retlrin., and he II die, leaving the fittest ono nnd one only t0 jier i,eart n,i onointo his, making a and carry oil' n ham. In the one case I count of the illness of her sister, Miss tho muiiien will hi'ruaftrr conduilvd hy v McKoberts, .. . T... a. survive. r.wu n nn duijui i, .nn.n uouoio miieiai Amelia, who is very low with typhoid The account! will !e louitlv collected and the wn o..nnn. 17 "", instead oi a marriage tako tho merchant's time nnd I take tho be old itand, and llmjc indebted fever. Tho outlook for Christian Col- books will at the to We doire than ono paper decently and seems to necessary. time of his messenger to transfer the lege is flattering and almost promises n ourin can settle anytoday. customer for to cxpreti mwwmim&iiiii&ESiiZSi s&m& niiiccrc thankt our their kind have had only ono decent paper. Three moro convicts, making 10 in goods to my house, while in tho other truly, patronage, Youri .McKOIIEKTS & SI'AftG, boom. The people of Ilustonvillo and 53 nil, were paroled this week: Charles M. of tho mercfe The revenue department reports that Beddow, sent from Pulaski county iu case I take none of tho time vicinity have it in their power to make chant and wait upon myself, nnd I transthere nre 2,037 distilleries running now 1SSS, for ITycars for manslaughter; E. YAIINON, HUSTONVILLE, KY. II. fer tho goods without any trouble to it ono of tho literary centers of the and making nn average of 50,000 barrels O. Are Mill In the butlneji and ready to do any. Attornoy nt Law, Ilayncs, sent from Laurel county in him. In other words a sneak thief is not South. It only needs concert of action thine in the UndirtakliiKhne. Wi have a full of whisky a day. With tho moonshino Miss Anna so bad a man as a man who contracts for and unison of purpose. 18SS, for two years for malicious shootnock of Caet und of all Kentucky. ofeverrdecription Ca.kett hearte, klndt and Kohet Stanford, men working on full time, it would seem ing Our Keid, ono of our brightest young ladies, which I. and wounding; N. B, Taylor, sent, a debt he never expects to pay. new can be obtained on thort nonce. Mr,nearly by this thut thoro is not to bo much of a from Pendleton county iu Will practice in all the count of tint and adjoin, urtcn liat charirn otpur lmainoii .,.! ...mi J.u.II ' Mrs. Jennie Carpenter nnd 0. C.Carpen. . 18S8, for three our goodf to any one needing anything in our ILL. Wells sold to Tom Berry a tcr took in the Lexington Fair last week mir counties nnd In the count ofnppr.il. drouth iu the liquor business for a while Office over McKobertt M Stagg'i drugstore. years for horse stealing. for $12o. gelding Semi-Weekly I Interior Journal I NEW FALL OPENING - Bible-clas- s AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Our Tall and Winter Opening car-load- track-walke- , beginning. additions arc being daily and in a short time yon can the grandest and standard of frothing, in Dry boots, Hats, Trim Carpets, Matting, This season bids the grandest have fair had in business. Although the Summer days are hardly still the sales and demand for Fall mo is far beyond our y 1 Dar-g.- track-walk- er Boys' Suits worth $2.50; Boys' all Suits $1.50, wotth $8; Cashmere Suits $2, worth double the Our Youths' Suits tor 2VS $8 and Ucan not bought the for variety upwards. of .lieu Suits will sold from handle the Best and Finest of sack, froch and Prince Don't forget that Albert Suits, which will lower than our competitors can them. are ready for inspection and Our Fall arc that you can not help buying you learn prices. Don't invest a dollar in Clothing until you have examined our Stanford. Malinger a$l A cow-catch- IXREW FURNITURE STORE! MA'PIK OTFi?MAiS, p;r.(mp. Brown-Se-quar- d h, keop.'.-onstant- Bo Eo WEAKEN 9 Undertakers' Goods! ! -- Furniture and 1 few-day- s i $120,-hav- The Largest, Cheapest and Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Ilorder, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades -' CASKET, .. to-da- ...( -' I I ... -' ,, uuil-u-icr, 111 I3 BNNY, 5S V" pome-body- 's XD-ETJO-O-I- ST & JEWELE-E- law-break- )x5!?9rW ' B3(5utBi?: tiain-wreck- Tal-m.ig- e, FOB, SALE.3 j ! I..-- tu .... ..... J. T. STJTTOIT CO., WULACE ----- at least. -- .' , .. ., V. iMir Ouu corresiondents come nobly to our patent wire and slat fence for Cm. lAiVrti v litTrmnt. intin.in. time tills issue, giving tliu paper its old- OIllYlril LluLI llllUlMUnUUUrvliHL fencing stacks Sine efMenefee. time tone mid look. . t Goto llieuliiB & McKinnoy's for Oil- Notice. The city taxes for 1868 must STANFORD, Ky., SkitkMUKU 0, 188D j ver plows, tliu best in tliu market. i be paid inside of 10 days or property t ; j Nbw lot of Zi'IkUt Bros, full shoes just will be levied on and advertised to satisreceived atS. H. Shanks'. Call In mm fy tliu debt. Geo. S. Carpenter, K.C.WALTON, bub. gee tlieiii. shal. MEANS BUSINESS. Tjik passenger coach of the K. C. Hit. Biion.uoii is building n neat addiComkuiuI Fettle your account, A. 1!. tion to Ids cottage on Lancaster street to jumped the track one mile this side of V CHURH" occAIRS. 600 Manager ox-m- The l'resbptenuiio .vill build a $V brick church at l'inexille. closed a Kid K. L. II. meeting at Flat Woods, Madison, with 20 additions. Key. John Hell Gibson closed a very interesting and successful meeting at tho Glade Church, in Madison, Tuesduy niuht. There were S additions. He will u IIIQ rtiiltiW T. R. -- WALTON, Dealer In- - - flltl lie used as an olllce. l ... ..,ii..j... iiuinwr ut u.u !...., A ,.r Watciikh and jewelry repaired nnd I ball lamps library anil Ji'st received llioilgm me icv. JOlin ssitiiiiui'. ui warrunted. A. U. l'enny. lady passengers. Owenton, guilty of the charge Miss Char Yoitit account is ready, please call and wUich will be sold at prices raiiKiiiKfrom nettle, MIIoberts k tiik'tf. St.oO to 10. T. Metcalf. Tin: Nicholasville wheelmen will give ity Childers brought against him to hang a Statu Hicvclo Tournament next Mon it and tho case was set for trial again Tub best place to liny drus, patent I iiavk L'OO.OOO brick now ready for medicines and toilet articles is at A. II. dav, when Louisville, Covington, Lex- noxt month. A good many people nro Penny s. sale, or will take contracts to build lions- - ington, Maysvllle and other towns will now of the opinion that ho is the father Buy your school books, ink, tablets. t.Hi chimnevs, cisterns, c. W. V. Hum- j compete for the $."00 in prizes oll'ered. At of tliu bastard. school supplies of all j paper, pencis and StlinfoV(1. a' hop will be given, to which our Hrother Harnes' hctures for the bennight kinds from A. It. IVnnv. efit of the Central Mission at Louisvillu Picnic John Hartels will ivu a pic clubs have been invited. PERSONAL POINTS. nic at his between Crab Or- wcie not n biiisuceess financially, because Foil Hai'i:. Leslie Stewait and John of the naralvzinir ellect of ."0 cents nd Mk. Sam Mi:ni:vki: hasenteied George-- ' chard and Ottenheim Sept. 14, to which Hansford, both negroes, of the Last Ln.l, iiiIgg, ' (.njoyu(, Uk,v W(.ro town College. everybody is invited. fvere arrested an, lo.lged in Ja l,e.r bv tliosu uho "- l ami very Mif. Tom KicilAims is visiting relaevening by Deputy M.crill Tin: Glaaow colored excursion from .. . ,ii i.. ti.iiiii Jinii'i. p,rs. i t , ll'r(' carrieil lo people, so Manager Win. John White. They were indicted for wl),((, ,n ,M, mlvnw to.morrow and Misi Mattik Dknnv, of Garrard, I took in dur rape by the last grand jury, but had n &c", (1av been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S. Hock- - Kenesee says, and the order ing the day $I5!.,V). evaded the olllcersuntil Tuesday, when Hro. Harnes' lecture, "The Vanished IT. they were captured by Mr. White. Mihs Mauy McI(oiii:iit, tho artist, of Sceptre," is one of the most wonderful Tin: (iueen iV Crescent will sell round-triMrs. S. i Melton-erts- . Danville, is annutickets at one faro to tho Maiisiiai. Owens arrested and sent to conceptions of the brain of man. Poe al reunion of the Army of tho Cumber- Lancaster Wednesday a white man nam- himself never evolved a more exquisite ( Mini I.kttik Hklm has retutiitd fro ma land at Chatt'iuoogii Sept. UF 0. QrW" TFTPPPCi QTCTt ed Charley Hawkins, a painter by trade, plot, and it evidences an imagination ' JLVL A OC IN &U1YLA JCVBiEl visit to friends in Icxiugton and Vermarvelously fertile, and is sustained by on a warrant charging him with robbing A NCMiiKitof Miss Mary McKinney's sailles. a room of the Henderson House of some argument wotiderously ingenious. HowKcK'iiKsrKii and Mrs. J. T. friends were invited to meet her guest d'uidrv. Mas. C. II. He was strone in his asser ever much of error there be in tracing Giulgell left for their home at Independ- Miss Kagland, from Winchester, on Tues- tions o'f innocence and says it is a case of the pedigree of the House of Stuart to day evening. It wi's a very pleasant ocence, Mo., Tuesday. mistaken identity. Latkk. He estab- - Abraham, and in connecting the Anglicasion. V. Joiin'so.v, the jovial repreGkoiiok his assertion and was discharged. can church of Hoadicea with the worship lished sentative of the Diem it Wing Paper Co., in Solomon's Temple, Hrother Harnes Fiitkkn ykaik Our foreman, Mr. HriiNT to Dkatii. A rather fishy sto- constructs a theoiy that fascinates, beCincinnati, is in town. Joe F. Waters, rounded up 15 years of caught wilders and almost persuades. LouisMil. Vali,au:McGinni, ayoung printhonorable and satisfactory service in tills ry comes from Wayne that a mob a negro who had outraged' tho from Nevado, Mo., U visiting his rela- olllte Wednesday. ville Time" er There are not many daughter of William Gates, a highly Cash. tive, Mr. John men who have stuck as close to business It is getting dangerous for a lawyer respected farmer, and after digging a Mils. Itum.'.v Ksoi.kma.n has returned or been as faithful as he. to bring suit for a woman for divorce. trench and lining it with dry timber satfrom a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. in' Ohio last week for it Tin: Advocate says Linnietta Springs urated with ceal oil, put him in the cen- One was killed at Springtleld. Monday Karn McKiiiney atSS.OOO, but that John tre of it, K't it afire and allowed him to and in Indiana was withdrawn Miis. Katk Smith, of Oldham, is visitkilled I). Daugheity for the same cause. ing the families of Mr. Abe W. Smith W. Shelby, of tins county, subsequently roast to death. The treatment was none The election fur Congressman The too severe for tho crime, biit we rather :M Louioiana District resulted in a in the bought a half interest for S.I.OOO. ami Mr. George W. Tribble. victoMn. J. D. Swaym: ami family, have! property is to bo improved and inado a doubt the whole story. ry for the democrats, Hon. Andrew Pri summer reort. ces maioritv being lust ..iU(. llie r moved here and he will take charge of Lnci.k Lkwis Hockkii, agel nearly tK) m,i,linin nindidate made bis canvass on S. L. Power it Co. t'te business of years, died yesterday, after several "u white man's platform" a id the John II. Ciiaio A: Son, with Da. C. A. Cox and son Charity left A; illness. Hesides being a good old gnK'S voted the uemocnitic ticket in Drown, Philadelphia, and Wednesday to May with their firms in Hrowniug, King A Co., New York, oiler lie was remarkable for the fact that HU('"('"ct'unci Louisville for the next month or so. best to the trade -- 000 foreign and American his skin changed a number of years ago Mis M.mii Wm)iio.v, j l.ouisvillo ADVKltTISKMKNTS. fair as n fabrics at popular prices for men's suits, from a very black to a whit.., as blonde of rare lenuty, N the guest of -- - trousers and overcoats made to order. wonian's. He had several oilers from Mrs. W. A. McAfee, in this county. l. wJ;,.t. (.'I.. ..t1 cttfbfn.ttirtti Harnum and others to travel, but refus-- j IIOGL.E 3IISS ' , iu Matt WoouMiN.train uiHnatchvr.. . edlhemall. Of late years he was be-- , u CwMfMt for SuperPlendeM of ,.ubUc . who nun lMjin xilltiiir for orut thut1, luih large spioicn- - cnoiui L.iuccim.ounir tucimn uuui. 1990. I.. ..I nun t. .! a.,1 ip ikmhi nun tl.it i 11. mv if i vi liifiintl mi ixtlUt.t twttr tnr mv ginning to turn oiaeK again, i . . . i ttvv wv mi inr ill l. I niiiuiiiuwvii '' successors. . Drs. Morgan and Penny,. and ever. IJ. PAXTON J. P. BURTON, Clerk. T. R. Mu. Tom MtTCALi1 attended the recep- must have a settlement of my accounts Faiim stii.i. Dr. P. W. Logan has l Candidate (or County I leave the Mate. Those indebt bought L'::0 acres of the farm of Mr. T. J. thea anion of the Democratic Attorney, subject to tion given Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Metcalf party at Mr. John Metcalf's, at .N'ichohuville, ed to me will therefore please settle this Foster lying on the Stanford & Milledge- week or I shall have to place their ac- ville pike at $70. It is very fine land last night. FOR SAUE OR Du. J. G. Caiii'i:nti:ii has returned counts in the hands of a collecting officer. and has a large brick house and other Mv HOL'SE AND LOT on Mam itreet Stat if ion!. It from a couple of months' stay in New Lee F. Huffman. substantial improvements. Dr. Logan of by alc-it very denrable beiropcrty and 15. dipoeil Apply civen'Nuv call York and Philadelphia, where hu has will move to it Oct. 1, and Mr. Foster to K t W arren or to Kii.mi. Conductor George Jameson will more than likely come to, town to 59 MKS. KATE HAYS. Stanford been attending lectures. was struck by a switch engine on the K. Mu. J. P. SANiurKii, of IjuicaMer, has live. Hy the purchase of this place it C. at Covington, Saturday, ami sosevere-lI located in Middlesboroiigli, and will encomes again into tho Hooker family, injured that he died Monday. Jle gage in the real cMate and insurance owned it Logan's father having Lot, A was here having boarded at Mrs. business. Cumberland (.tap. years ago, and built the house at a cost On Somerset Is Receiving His tlrctt, at pretcnt occupied by Mr life k Jonu.h and children, of Peter Hampton's while running on that of over $10,000. Mhs. I! (. II Cooper A Mry drMrable place and can be road several years ago. A wife and two obtainrd at a bargain Aiiilrcs or call on New Decatur, Ala., ho have spent the W II. ANDERSON. Harper, Kansas, Tin: announcement of Miss Kate Or I' M. McKOllERTS, Stanford. Ky. summer at Itye Ik'iich, N. H., is at her young children survive him. sucandidacy to succeed herself as father's, Mr. J. M. HeidV, en route Tut first through train to Middlesbor-ongl- i perintendent of public schools appears Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial I home. was run Tuesday elsewhere, also a card of thanks for the from .Mu. and Miis. .1. S. Jo.viJt left yester and will run regularly hereafter. I with tn cll my Farm ol t;o Acres, ntuutcd on honor recently bestowed upon her. We day for New York City, where Mr. Jones trom is the town the ljincastari-an- s are very confident she will acquit her the li).ittil!cnnd Kirlmlle pil.e, 4 miles coml.ancu'ii r It it rll watered, iut upon it a will engage in hutincs. It is with regret have gone wild over. It self in a praiseworthy manner and prove fortable dwelling holme, stable, orchard in fci, and others that t.c note the departing of (he wor- Ss tliree miles irom uimuvriiiiui t.apano u allthe nectssaty conveniences. I base also four ww!oln of ,er selection. She inher other tracts mild sell thy couple. j ItAN'SIIKKKY WEST, Hyatlsville 15 from Pineville. and is thought to be it9 ,,er ,nmi.llteii f,lUlt.r'H monta fll0lltiU8 58 Miis. F. J. Anthony, of Lebanon, was the coining town in the mountains. ( a ,ll(,h (,(J,n0 wlh y0Ml, ,. t.. of up to see her parents this week. Her FoitTiiiAi- - W. W. Hyerly and A. J. tliusiasmin the cause comliined, slie will husband has been in California for a raise tiro educational standard iu the As Kxrcutorof the late W I! Ilraxdale, I will to be month or more, sent thither by his phy- Pili nrmiil uitb Winehfuti-r- nnd lnt irt of residence in Lincoln count) , Ky , near tv '" it the banner one of at his late on Mcrcl.ind, pistols came down from ltarhourville sicians on account of nervous debility. Mit, W. S. I. ni, of Florida, has rent yesterday and took T. J. Henderson t lie section. Tuesday, October 1st, ed the Hont house on Hustonville street j back for trial for the murder of Howard j0 the Voters of Lincoln County, Sell at public sale, the ctue of said Ilraxdale conand has moved to it witli his wife and Monroe, which was set for yesterday. I take this opportunity to express to sisting in part of Time ayed and one M'arlin m lie, smne cows, two daughters. Tliev are in search of Henderson has been in jail here so long Vou mv thanks for the generous and cor- - one e.irliiiB filly, four heifers, two steer cases, linn 'bull, tannin; implements, corn, Oils, School Boohs, health and pleasant place to pernia- that he is absolutely as white as a sheet. support you have given me and I do one shuithay, sfi.cW scales in Moreland, stock in oats and thrre Hustonville nently loc.it', and we hope they will tlud first-clas- s low not hesitate to assure you that you shall I)ausile stick, in llovlv Turnpike Company, I'.yi National Hank, ut The negro, David Anderson, who was 1.1. M.I.. t,nu I ....- shares ol !... ..! both hen. ,,m, .1 ' .un.v sillc; blacksmith shop and lot in Millers ille, good to do goods. uYcluicil insane several weeks ago and Lincoln rnuiiU Ky l ,0 ",os l "' '" l'crins Kn'r i ersonalt) fnr all sums oser ten who has been in jail since, makes it pret-- , l best worhman-lili- e CITY AND VICINITY. nt 6 per of the duties dollars, credit ofihrii' mouths Itv lively for the people livinu-- in t,Mt; d bo a faithful d.scha.ge cent, per annum f'om date; note with approved sestyle. of the olllce and a conscientious zeal for curity, ncvfulliMe jnd payalle in Hustonsille Fhimi car of salt at 'iVMetcalf 's. neighborhood. Several times each tlay Saul blacksmith shop and lot N'utiiti.il Hank will lie sold on credit of ix months, interest irom he imagines he is being chased by the No. .Superior Wheat Drills for sale. people of the COUHtV, and to this I pledge dale. ole and ecutltv as abuse specified, and ImH nltn rulmnvd rll til III timrWtMV tf SrCHTf tilt! and his veiling of oaths at them -" IWtU MIIV IVjIIIIIISII I M. Hrueu. I think, too, that it is In every MIS (Ct. ISI, tS3.J purchase makes a man's blood run cold, and par- myself. It. IlltOWN, Kecutor. 5 91 miles the shortest, It hours quickest between way proper that I now announce my C'uMi: and see our new tires goods. tlcularly when he is not used to hearing ...... r. 11.1...... am ... ..t... ....... a...'. mm ui.M .siik'i". mii, umtwium s iifi profane language. Few ranee iV Son. Hill feF391..utVi Mv conduct of theolllco until then shall PUDilC SllB 01 New OrFoil County Attoiixkv. Jos. 11. I'ax- - 'furnish a lit basis for a claim to Fiikmi car of linm and cement, 1K- MHMKKfeMll A f.i'ijr'.'i'coBi rhrwsheldsurou ",n ton is a candidate for this important of- tion. I hope that my friends will bear gins t .McKinney. Entire Trains Kun Through Without Change. democracy in mind that a vote at tho coining pri-- j . flee, subject to the will of the IQQQ Xkw lot of udnglmms and l'tmangs at 1() 1)0 expr(lfSLl(, nt tho prjmiiry appoint- "urauuy, n.aiy election is, in the estiimation of a THKOUGH CAR SERVICE. Severance A Hon's. in Lincoln late 0(l f(J. 0(.ti U) T,ut ,l0 ig ,ull . ,,,,,,111., j,rL.t ,nnv people, a pledge to support At his milesresidcncoShelby City, county, Kv , two thr folliiwlnc South Hound Train Xo.i, Pullman Iloudoir Huff-Kastof tracts of Land Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans Ciiamiikk Sets tea sets and dinner sets 'or thuoflici' there is nociuestion, and that the iioininCe, and so be it ireful to keep as the McKobert ami Micl- Chatta!HBii;ii to Shreseport, ho would fill it honestly, capably aim tneinsoives fiee 10 support mo in .vugiisi by130 Acroa kon the Stanford and Knot. Lick Train Ne. 5, Pullman Iloudoir IlufTet Sleeping at low prices at T. .Metcalf's. ,,,!,, muTeilcn K Denny's Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati creditably no 0110 who knows him lSt0, by withholding their votes iu the turnpike, Kastuf a. to Jacksonville and Knoxville. Sleepers St. Louis of the MerThe rains continue and tho question doubts. So far we have heard of nooth- - primary. 1 am in no sense and no de- - A tract ol 04 AcrOB, beini; a toNew Orleans via M. A: O. situated on l'owell lane with iilso place, of fall fallowing is thereby solved. cr aspirant and it looks like ho will be gree a politician, ami being a woman, sey Helmway to Stanford and Knob Lick pike WiUiV n rightol Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 18 m4!Wi.'JIH4J51 complimented with the walk over ho de- - feel that may reasonably ask to bo ex-- 1 A tract of 1O0 of well timbered knob Acroa Foil Sai.k. Valuable town property. ciweti from political controversies. Tho land, situated on White O.tk. serves. READ XJP. rcicA.r A lot improved or a lot unimproved. .1. olllco of superintendent ia itself entirely RA NS NORTUT first two tracts are in a high state ol cultiv.t TRAINS SOUTH. H. Warren. AiunTEi) fokIIai'e. Mr. Victor Beckfenced and unimproved. No. 41. No. J. No. 4. No. 6. nut of the range of political questions, tion, wellmade know nun day of sale. No. 1. No. 5. No. 7. .so. 3. Terms STATIONS. Lim. Dailv. er, who clerks in the store of his nephDaily East Baily. Dally. Daily I could not be a candidate. J. O. A: W. 1'. CIVENS, Exors W. M. Ki:li.i:y responded to I. M. Ex. Sun. Dally. Ex. Lim. Dally. Lim. Lim. Ex. Sun. Daily. Ottenheim, was otherwise ew, Mr. Nick llecker, at 1'espt,, Kati: Hoi.1.1:. Cincinnati ... Uruco's ad for a blacksmith and opened At tho samn time and place, as surviving partner o 403 pm' 3 cop mi 755am L've Williumitown. ,.A'rv 6 40 a m 641 pmitois a in 330pm and brought here Wednesday arrested L've S 13 am 130am 53 p m or tlic firm 01 K uivcns .v son, win sen 9 5jam! 57Pm' 9 30'pm,., 6hop yesterday. Georgetown.. 7 34 a m I) 38 p in 110am all of the peroii.ilty owned by said firm, con. 10 59 a in ;ol pin, to 39 p on a writ sworn out by Christ Linck, A Howling Green lady, whose ago Lexington.. 3 48 am 4 13 pm 7 00a m 11 ro p in pm 1055 pmlioasa m ti 30pm 7 35 saddle iiorsei. Wk have Just received our fall stock of charging him with committing rapu on W1s becoming rather uncertain, had u mu Lve. Lou. S. R. R. .Arr. nice ynHn .Lve. Arr.... .llurgin. .leaf and dumb daughter. inortlfy,llK 0X,,ri,11Ce with the use of ladies' fine shoes. Call and examine his ThyTSSti '"year'oVd' K,iiyVbV'u"u a llurgin Arr 3 55 a m 3 lop m 5 50 a m 10 50 p m 8 . - . pm ear.dd niiy by Leonatus and i33?ln 8 45 p in IJ tjamjn 17- am Le Mr. Linck claims that tho act iiinsi itnitii . nu(i ,)0W,lcr SL.,i to restore vanish- - ! .Mpntrose. a m 10 31 p m Danville them. Severance it Son. 333 am; a 5 carllllg Cattle, I yearling 6 ... 1. . ..!..,. I""" 'H5PP m 0 10 pm ta 16 a m. 45 am ...Junction City nice brood jo 530 m itlan 3 53 p m 530 a 10 30 apm la 30a mitt his delay All.. j bred Oil Aug. tltll l)oaty. Tho cosmetic Used Was Helfers.S eraae i.os nnu waives.7S 9 fancyand 8 Somerset m 105 am1 15 p m . in a. w ,' in a oopm lJo.viii) reduced to So and cottages to 'Hogs 74 m uas.ua e a was tluo to lus want ' found to contain nitrato of silver and ar Shorthorn Cows, all registered: 9 35 P'n it 35a 4 35rn Becker arrested en nm k 5 35 am Shoals; inc Crops, tuii3i.ini); of'.) acres of Corn, 0 30 pm, 7 js a in 00 a 8 35 am 6 40 n m' Ar'v.Chattanooga..L've of kuowledgo of tho laws of this country, $:i a week at Halo's Well till the elose ahil r II.... I...,l. lult in tUi'li lOOOPml 7 JSrn a 10 am 700pm L've...Chattanooga...Ar'v 300am scnCi Aftor Bjl0 WftS ,muiu 8i0k from its is complete tlii.i!.,(arming Inu.r Implements, consisting tot of 4 47 a m the season, Sept. L'lkl. A. L. Spoona- - having lived here only a few years. " m... y sy uj pse, she went to Crittenden Springs to of t McCoriiuck Hinder nnd i Mower, a horse 300pm 300pm . ' 3 45 P tn II 45 P m L. ve... iiirmingnam., moie. Tuscaloosa.., Dn.tr.... tt.lin tu eitiimtlK.l V It v'.irv (rllltln- - try the clients of tho water and baths, Wagons and harness, Corn Planter, Hay t Rake, 03 nm 60S nm I to a in Cider Mill. Ilnrrosa.vc , i naroucne and mien .L've ii.inm uuin Ar'v Meridian.... .L've 4 15 a m tooap in W. I. (ilVENS. and who bears a good repu- rnfortunately for her peace of mind tho board. 335pm ".'".'.r..'.. 6 30 n m 00 xm Ar'v...New Orleans The Williamsburg bovs are getting up manly man T 1) English, Auctioneer. ,Ar'v ... 940 pm 5 10 a m L've. .....Meridian.., charge and says that sulphur iu tho water acted upon tho ni"""" 610pm a base ball nine to play tliu I. Js. Tno tation, denies tho to am L've...... Jackson . ... .Ar'v 1..... 9 doing this to make what trate of silver and she became too black 400pm iixam L've....Vicksburi-ganlu will probably come oir tho last of Linck is only I 1005 a m Ia'e ..Monroe 4 35P money ho can out of tho caso and, too, to pass as a mulatto. Sho has now gono NA'PIDGSR vi a ,.,.' ..nrvrjitiri 830 IU next week. LIBErsTY, KY on account of his spito at him becausu to a New York sanitarium where sho North. Hound: Train No. 3, i'ullman Iloudoir Uufiet Sleeping; Cars, New Orleans to Cincinnati , C. 0. W. Henry Cline, a German, he, Becker, charged him with stealing may have to remain a year until the ciMtnB. Cars New Orl.an. NEEL, Proprietor. Shreveporttoo, Chajtamioga- ! . '""," .rfVV.'blrn rV, nh,..onn.,to,,. Cincinnati. riff !iiAsntrB I ff oil. Owensboro Messenger. Dr. R. !' train, '"-"r,r ,, was fined 'o and given 10 days in jail goods from his store. Tho trial is set black wears Train No. 8, I'uuma ib A. and K. TM V. V2Gf Sleeper from Knoxville to Cincinnati. via sonville to Cincinnati, w. ivnnr.ivv Tr,u ! bofero Justice A. M, Kuburt at Crab Or- for Saturday at 2 o'clock, and in tho At I i.rt t.. I'liivi The Climax says there aro '!1 practic- Having refitted and refurnished the above House, and Tkt. Aim. miiwn nilllT n.n.ral Manscer. CinclDDati D. G. EDWARDS. Gen'l chard yesterday for carrying concealed meanwhile "Mr. Becker is being guarded ing physicians iu Madison, which has a I intend to run it in style and ask a Ohio, W'""""" share of the public patronage, population of L'7,000. Rowland. by Deputy Sheriff John weapons. Tunny. ,... I .'SO ll v tiuirillnL'. ill'- - lilt Milv.ir (Trunk., vi'UitiIh j n, ...v. w ..w.llul.1.,., 'I... ,m,l It.tiiriinf I iroi. I , 1...,....... ...V ' V ! Iiiimi ntivl I. lit-- Vr MVrtl, Uiififlni UlltMyi siirm-ieii- i .. ,,,. j) - . " ... store-hous- e Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, v ' 1, , ,UU-n.Ie- ,,,. plea-Wedne- sday p 18-2- Al 1 ... STANFORD, KY. 1 Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. tlrst-claj- s Wana-mak- er ' con-ma- n - I Fruit Jars, Tin Cans Stoneware of the lands. ' KATE Prices Always Reasonable. T . i - . JOSEPH WAITON.g RENT. - iioi.i-Mio- Ho Co MUIDL1E!T9 y well-know- FOB. SALE Brick House and MERCHANTTAILOR FALL AND ... Ho-gle- 's WINTER GOODS. FARM FOR S ATB I w ,, Eocutor's Sale, Having purchased the interest s 'e '89, Mr. Stagg, will conduct the business at the old stand, where shall pleased supply the wants all former and new patrons from a I I 11 - ' ,,! 1 j "o .u ... ,,,.,, .S. -- iiit-'e- st Wall Paper, Jewelry Paints, prices, for Silverware at and Jeweler, ready watch I have a and jewelry repairs in the Full Stock of Drugs ! 1 -- fery respectfully, W. B. MoROBERTS. Cincinnati nnd leans. ku-klu- x , ' 'iu-- - - - -' ii'-ui- all v-- -' ' ivm, iw, I 1 down. I f I . 1 puu-licl- y -- 1 es1", 1 111 111 w 1 -.- J I 4 111 ' r-- 1 i i 1 ...- I I 1 57-- t'l 11 ' HOUSE m 1 V S-- C - first-clas- s 58-- '"", i ,sfL. ; tjA. f ". Y. . J5 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Fait AT FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MEN YOU HEAR OF. HARRY A. EVANS a Candidate for Surveyor of Lincoln county, subject to the Democratic 1'rlmar) Elcitlon, to be held October 19, iS; Sale. Six or eight red boars. J. ( Publlshod Evory Tuesday and Friday $3 PER Y IBlit. IX ADVANCE When not 10 paid S3. GO will be charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Kowland at at 4:30 p. rn. 7:00 n. m., returning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ta 31pm Mail train going North South 131pm Express train " South J7Pm ' " " North 117 am Local Freight North 6301m South. ...5 3JPm The latter trains a No carry passengers. itandard time, Solar The above ii calculated on time it about to minute fatter $300. O. T. .StniUdge sold 1 E. llruce. Fort Sale 50 good ewes nml bucks G. B. Harnett. J. E. llruce sold to Hurke Bros. 51 stock hogs for 5W3. A. T. Nunnelley sold to T. E Wool CO head of owes at $3.:V5. The Hart County Fair will bo held fit Horse Law. Sent. 0. Joe ColTev sold to William Cloyd 03: head extra good ewes nt 53.83. -- The shortage in the Illinois corn crop is estimated nt 70,000,000 bushels. jack. Will Fon Sale A sell cheap. S. II. lt'out, Hustonville. T. J. Adams, of Garrard, sold to .las. Underwood n pair of aged mules for 17-2.- -1 1 John Boylo O'Reilly has Invitation to deliver n poem casion of tlto dedication of monument to the Pilgrims 1. accepted nn upon tho oc the national r.t Plymouth It IV. F. McCLARY Lice-tion to a I'aducah . . . . r,... K party a coinuineu geiumg, joj iiiiuuh, iu 5230. The Lexington fair took in $9 OS at the gate, about $1,000 more than last 'Vtflr Come-to-Ta- sold for $5,250 and !lindoocrnft$ll,000at bueepsheiul nay Monday. W. L. Scott's Chaos won the Futurity Stake worth $00,000 at Sheepshead, St Carlo 2d. Vnntt wns sold at auction ns Coney Island, theScroggins bidding him Pr.-w.tn-r J 111 POWDER Absolutely Pure purity, Thii powder netervanes A marvel strength and wholetomeness. More economical than the ordinary kind and can not be sold in competition with the multitude ot low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powder. Sold only in cans. KOYAL IIAKINU POWDER CO., 18 ,06 Wall street. New York. Fon Sale. Two No. 1 red boars well bred, weight 123 pounds. John M. McRoberts.Jr. Foit ill ;illWi I I I tain steers. Will sell cheap. William 3t j Cooper, Line Creek, Ky. Minnesota's wheat crop is estimated at 30,000,000 bushels, which is the larg general of division and given n southern I keep on hand a No. t qualitv of Jcllico. Lily j journalistic syndicate valuable conces-- I and Nut Coal in my yard heave your orders at est bv far the State has ever produced. sious of laud. or S S M)ers store aud they will be attendYard of Fremont, y, Sale 43 head of good moun- A few nppllcntions will render the most MtjbWnly red skin soft, smooth and A. M. Fclariil h" 4 Knd Milk Cos for sale, all white. Viola Oronm la not a paint or Is .1 Candidate for Jailer .if Lincoln County, sutu thoroughbred Shorlhornt, with calves 10 days old, powtlcr to cover dcfcclt, lut a rcmtxly to cure. Ireland. haing had Calves within 34 hur of each other. It ii iticrior to all other preparation, and ject to the 4ation of the Deni,.r:ii.y A wood chance to get a good c-and a thoroughia guaranteed to aire tatlsfaction. At drug-Ri'iTho new Prince of Bulgaria has mado bred bull calf cheap. Alioline some nice young or mailed fur CO cents. Prepared by I". ample provision against kidnaping. Ho bulls ready for sen Ice. IJI'TTIVICrt Ac , has a body guard of 300 men, sworn to Is a. Candidate for Jailer uf A M. KKLAND, 37, County, rftrrtn, OHIO. Stanford, Ky defend him to tho death. Their badge to the action of tie Democracy. Kor Sail at McKobrrts ,V Stag', Stanford, Ky is a death's head, nnd thoy are armed with swords, revolvers nml yataghans. I SAM M. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. Tho Marquis of Donegal recently statod Is a Candidate fir Lincoln I with to sell my farm of 63 acres situated on nt Jailer of All nern wishing a pleataut life and well in tho lwnkruptcy court that his liabil- county, sublect to the aaion o( the Democratic the Lancaster pike two mile trim Stanford. The land I all in grail ; a cocifnmMc dwelling of 4 ntentrd wife let then use Patent Klour made at ities amounted to $2,394,425 and his total y, Stanford Ko'ler Mills Call for it at your rooms t situated upon It Will sell at a bargain and if the) hate not got it on hsnd, urge income to only O A. HKNI'.DICT, Stanturd. 41 a year. He attri11 Ihein to le r set an order from them nnd G. S. butes his insolvency to tho fact that his get it nt I' Mi" ami I wtl guarantee a pleasant and Inter Mug lamilv expenditure has exceeded his income. Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, sub. S. O. DAVIS, W N PUTTS, Superintendent. 2 Evideutlv. JecttJ the action of the Demni.raiic party. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Two sons of Charles Dickens emigrated CRESS N. to Australia Edward Bulwer Lytton MI'.VlCHXON'.lvV. nnd Alfred Tennyson. They have lx Is a Candidate for Sheriff, sulijea to the action of AGENTS Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. como successful colonists nnd mo largely the Llnoiln County Democracy Specialattentton given to distaics of children Wit. Vornon, Ky. interested in pastoral property. Mr. lL ;;-t- f. B. L. Dickens is standing for election to . D. tho New South "Wales parliament. Coal and Timber Lands and Farms for sale. Cor, Is Candidate for. Assessor of Lincoln County, respondent solicited, Sails, Shingles and Shoes For Sale, 4t Surgeon General Hamilton is said to subject to the action of the Diinocri. y. bo one of tho handsomest men in Wash- ivcry, and Sale Stable Ten Thousand I'bt Kail acd 10,000 Poplar ington. Ho is rather short of statute, M. Mitngles, I hate on hand Men's, Women's Mitiet' and "l"1 Isa Candidate for Clerkof the Court of Appeals, Children's Shoo, msde by Alter, Korwotd A Co. Hi3 thick hair is raven black, his eyes subject to the aition of the Democratic party and Mundclle, which i will sell at the tery lowest prices I have bought them and they mutt be aro large and dreamy, his complexion Is lilcL.ion August, ttk. old. My stock is complete and those who want 09 clear as n girl s, nntl his mustacho Is bargatn can get them bv railing, I mWH busiW C IUII.KV, Turnerstilte. gray. est Tho coming man in Central America Good House and Lot at Maywood Suitable foi on Int. is Gen. Louis Bogrnn, president of Hon-- I doctor or teacher, Uood sennit-hous- e D I.. STKPI1KNSON, Apply to duras. Ho has made ono American 41 W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Mayweed, Ky nowspaper man his confidential secrc-tarLONDON, KENTUCKY, LONDON, KV, apiointetl a New Orleans editor a Good turn- - utt and saddle horses always lor hue PROPRIETOR B. CAPT. Aug. l a Candidate for Superintendent of Public the Democratic Primary Mr. Pnrnell is nn enthusiastic scientist, School, sublccttuOctober to be held in and is engaged dally with the mineralogists and financiers in discussing tho deJu. DAWSON velopment of tho mineral resources of 1 the leadintt pniH-- of Central Kentucky. Issued i ueiuay unit r riuay 01 per year each week. Si Send 50 cents nnd try it for three montlis Address 1) O. lioyle, llutiness MaiUKer, I)inllle, Ky 3 r Horsemen ami ot the counties and Wash ntr- ton will find all the news relating to matters of inK terest to them In the I TIM? FARMERS, iSKft XIOM Llcnnii. A l"A7Trt J VUUAIlil XwiolaCream ("CfiP ioo, s.-- 1 TniStitcparation.without inliiry.removcsFrook- iiivor-Moios, Fim-plo- s, Blnok-IIoad- s, W. FOR SALE! Tau. Sunburn and ts OTIS NEWLAND l.ln-o!n sub-je- f O. C. CO., OWENS 'f For Sale . grr-rer- $3,-IO- CARPENTER 3IENEEEE J. & ItlARET, REAL ESTATE E. KENNEDY d " c1m. F. Brinlclvy n. FOR SALE OR RENT. flSl JACKSON HOUSE. Attention, Coal llurners. J 15 Tmlim V. Willhouse. Kas. is said to be the proprietor of "W.IB.IFIEISr JST3T DENTIST. ,oM. I.cl, the., 1.073 Paul ,,u Chaillu, tho veteran explorer, jjto JJ--P ed to prompt!). 6) 1IIOOINS, Starfonl Ky FRANK RILEY, I ondon It the motl convenon reasonable terms ient point on the railroad n reach Thoroughly Ren ivated and Refurnithed. First in the mountain t turn of the Kiate places 19In the class Fare and Reasonable Pri et. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters 01 this Populai sor-t- f. House. acres in fruit trees. -I- I ir III- - w 1 i! ! tar H1 ir ? to 41 for very common Office on Lancaster meet, opposite court-ho- t le weak at 3J to 41; sheep are steady at 2J On Dwelling. HwtrhoM furniture. Stores, Merr Stanford, Ky. chandise, A , apply the old to 4J; lambs active at 3 to 0. 30th During the year closed August Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Oo. Preparatory Dsp&rknt of Centre College. 33,000,000 bushels of wheat were receiv Lightning clauses atta. ed and damages paid whether lire entuet or not ed at Minneapolis and the total output OEO H HRUCE, Agent. 17 Next Session will Begin Sept. 11, of Hour was 5,717,500 barrels. bought of -- Brutus Cobb, of Madison, 1889. Kutl court! of study, both English and Classical, lint ruction especially adapted to pre buncli of lG0,,ound M. S. Baughman I al Enztish education is furnished to anv nne who llOgS at 41 CtS.. and 01 O, H. Baughman may not desire U tike the classical coure. Terms f cmm- qii At nmi' moil- ..i.., " ' """rnoiderate. JAMES II. WALTON, Principal, Hating located ir. Dallas, Texas, and espectlng Dantille, Ky, lV. 53 I HOLIDAYS OF THE UNITED STATES. to make it my hiine during life, I will sell publicTwin City Handicap at Sheepsly on 51) Fourth Atenue, head was won by Exile over Spokane Jan. 1, New Year's day, is a 1, 1889. - Proctor Knott and other noted livers, holiday in all tho states except Arkansas, named not even placed; time Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, My .Mr Form Of 120 Acres, on the Turmrsville the two ami Kinney pike, H miles from Turuerstille, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Ithodo in Lincoln county The Farm hat on it a com A Modern Progresive School, 2:00 fortable houc, barn, meat house, &c, a tiue citDanville, Island nnd North and South Carolina. The sales of leaf tobacco nt tern; is well fenced with new cedar and hicott MT. VERNON. KY. splendid repair, with Va., during the past 11 months amountJan. 8, tho anniversary of the battle potts and rails; Where your daughters win he taugnt tiotv to stock water, convenient to churches, good Hoteljit still maintain ed to 27.172.000 pounds, being 2,000,000 of New Orleans; Feb. 12. tho mini versarv tchools and within IK milesof .Me Kinney, a naThis old and true wojien, nt well as thoroughly instructed in There the Cincinnati Southern poumls more than for tho snme period of tho birth of Abraham Lincoln; and tion onabetter lllue (irast Farm Railroad.sire into ing its fine reputation. Charges reatenable. Speis not jiarcn i. me uremoii s uiuuvvrsary, are consideration, in Lincoln county. taking have in cial attention to the traveling public It will Literature, Science, Art & Music. last year. M. P NKWCOMII. Prsp, be seen to '' appreciated. Sale to begin promptlegal holidays in Louisiana. Gano as executor of his fath Gen. ly at 10 n. m Ml Vernon, Ky, $yu RKV C POPE. President, Address I will also tcil punliciy at i o ciock p in on in Feb. 22, W ashington's birthday, is a er's estate, sold, to S. F. Gano SO acres of cr Mrs. S C. TRL'EHEART, same day my Hoiite and Lot in McKin this room, Lady Principal, land 10 miles from Dallas, Tex., at 50.2, legal holiday in all 6tates excejit Ala- It a nice little cottage with rooms, sert ant' failing M'KOBEKTS, AI. D.f with net teranda in Mi.lers'urg, Ky. bought 40 acres of land, bama, Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, In- well ol goodfront, side pjrch,porch, a meater house, O Jas. Hilereth back diana, low.i, Kansas, Maine, Missouri, bugK) house,water onand cow house. I adtertie STANFORD, KY. near Kissenese, Fla., at 7. 10 Paris North Carolina. Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee this property to uhleand when I say that It ROOS, sell Lexington, if I enly luce nne hid on it. My terms and Texas. Office on Lancatier Street. oppoue Court-HoFor further funicular see J. W. Cncnt M. H. Gooch, of the Wayneaburg Having removed to thit nl ice from Liberty, to UL1 el Kentucky. or Datt, ALorn, who lues on the farm, nr Col March 2, tho anniversary of the worms have Hall Andcronn, Mc Kinney, or write tome bit and practice hit profession, cjllt the ntlontiofi' nt the iirPiMiwt. writes that the pub tic to the fact that he w ill be ready at all hours of Texas, and April 21, the an- 811 M an street. Dallas, 'let.it. lay or night to antrr slit in loss or rountry. eaten up his entire crop of two acres of niversary of the battle of San Jacinto, E. T. YOL'NO. i.td Thirty years of bit lile were spent in Stauf.rd and tobacco and are now sitting around on aro legal holidays in Texas. he deems it unnecessary to tpeak ol his ability at THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR patron- a physician and surgeon. A thareiil ih the fences asking every man who comes YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. April 2C. Memorial day, is a legal holi tlic people 01 stantoru aim ictniiy itatseu Srndfor I J.T.PATTERSON.pres. i day in uaorgiu. Catalogue toOR j. B. SKINNER, prin. along for a chew. "l This oillce i getting out n catalogue Good Ftiil.ij is a legal holiday in Florl G. A. BENEDICT & CO., of the tabulated pedigrees of tho Jersey da, LotiMana, Minnesota and Pennsyl"UIl'lO O WASH HOL'TIC." Fair vania. LLEWOOD SEMINARY cattle to be sold at the Somerset Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, next Tuesday by Dr. D.dley, S. P. Stagg, THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST "ACUTE Shrove Tuesday is a legal holiday hi STANFORD. KY. 1$ AND NORMAL SCHOOL, From and J. U. Carson. The stock are all Louisiana, and in the cities of Mobile, -- ANUrlOHAGE, KY.' Wnllt drilled to order an i PuMpt furuitta.d it 12 miles from Lniilavillc CENTRAL KENTUCKY I nil rurpn of teacher.; registered a'nd finely bred. Montgomery and S'ehtia, Ala. t loruUKliinatriictloii factory prices. llich standing of HclmlaMlilp Spalding & Thompson sola 7 aged S.'i'l ftrlct dlKcipllne burn terl n all May 30, Decoration day, U n legal holi.. tuition furl, light, etc., lw.jfor uiule to Ainsley & Kdelen, o of them day in Colorado, Connecticut, Maine, NQgTiJ, tiu mouths. New pupil, recidvpd at nnv time. MISS JJSEPHINE W. PRICE, ANCHORAOf, KT. 11. $720 and 2 for S2 10. Wheat is selling in Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, of it is New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Inland Lebanon at 50 to 70 cents. Much STASIS, LIVERY, FA8T LINE UETWEEN and Vermont. damaged. W. C. l.ogers sold to tin man n pnir of mules for ?)00 and a July 4, Independence day, is a legal LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI.; STNIOltr.KY. CRAl) ORCHARD, KY. holiday in till the btates and territories. jack for S40U. Standard. SCIIEDCLK IN EFFECT MAY. j. i(S. 11. K. Uarrou, SPECIAL AriLNTIOVt COMMLIU'IU Dealer In Thanksgiving day and nublio feast J. N. Menefee. atlmV. Horses and unit s ) ought and ssM tratcler No. J. No. No 6 Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps sold at public outcry Wednesday the days appointed by the president are legal Ex bin.. Onlj l.ortet.itid eel, I le u ' in licery . noiituys in ouch states us may set them E Daily Sun. stock and cattle belonging to the tleceus-edBoots, Shoes. Clothing, Hardware, Queens-warAlso agent for 'he Tinware, Furniture and a 8 to a m 8 oo p m ' 3S Pn. Farming iniplementH and household apart for religious observance bv tho Ltc Cincinnati 8 m a ml 8 09 p m I.ve Covington. ItP1"' WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- brought jjood juic-- ' proclamation of tho governor. Line General and kitchen furniture o it a m o it ii m, 4 i p in Lve Falmouth.. a in 10 a) p m, S 40 P ro Daya for general elections, Arr Paris ii to Fancy Candies, Cron 1 ies, &c. e.; horses 533 to 573; pair mules S1S3.30; Arr Lexington. u ou p w; ii oo p m' 30 I1 ml Ai All kinds of Produce taken in exih.in;e for Roods. milk cows 0 to 33; hoju t'.'.oO; coin in state or national, aro legal holidays in Lve Paris S i a California, Maine, Missouri, New Je"rey, Arr Winchester, nj so p m m1 b 20 p m I I i 05 Held 51; hay per stack 50.30. I 7 30 P m j I New York, Oregon, South Carolina nnd Arr Richmond.. 30 p m p m 4 M. II. Hazard bold to Duckworth Wisconsin. Arr Lancaster.. Unlv 4 50 p m Arr Stsufard rt Quifsenberry, of Clark county, 20 feedDec. 23, Christmas day, is a legal holi- Lte Richmond 45 P m $32.23 3 00 P i" Arr llerea. All persons knowing themscltes to be indebted ing cattle of about 1,023 pounds, at V Co H. D day in all tho btates and territories. N. N.A-ao p in 5 Arr Lexington. s, to M. I, Richards, either for goodt or seasons of aml to Dudley Cook 18 stock CWeS lit will save trouble by settling same wtth James . i Only one Night out to New York. urn ,r...i- - v. in No. j. No. 1. Krye, at I hate put them in his han d FAMOUS GIANTS. ijuu,iii i lor seiiic- - tk MH ittiu.itit linmilii in lliirrrm X0.5. ment. M. L. RICHARDS. 44 Solid Veitibi le,' Train, to Owen counties 18 mule colts at from 5. ")3 Tho Greek Orestes was 11 J feet tall. Lve Livingston... So) a in to 503 per head. Georgetown Times. 10 5 a in llerea Lte HARRY A. EVANs, Galabro, an Arabian, was 10 feet tall. A rr Richmond.... 11 43 i I" W. 0. Brock has bought about COO Baltimore, Now York, Lve Stanford Tarnum, tho Scotchman, was IH feot 700 am ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, lambs for next year's delivery, at (J cents Lve Lancaster... 7 40 a in Putting nil the Famiitts Virginia Springs by day. tall. m Arr Riohmond.... 9 45 for May and 5 cents for those taken in Iiicht and arriving at Old Pvint C .unfurl .tnd the STANFORD, KY be.i Shore the next altcrnoon Tho Emperor Masiminus was 8i feet Lve Richmond.... 3 40 p mj 6 10 a in June and July. Thomas Goir, Sr., purArr Winchester. 3 3" V " 7 IS a mi. Time Card in Kffect Jul 1, iW. Engineering and Surveying in chased of II. 11. Ilutchcraft SO cattle, 1,. tall. Arr Paris. ..: 4iop in 74 1 a in all branches. lived in King Charles the Lve I.exiugtun ... 3 45 P m. 7 00 a in 3 4, pm Evans who iT bTaToT I'.ntVts Fist 323 pounds weight, at 51.20, to bo taken 8 5 j a in 4 35 p m Lve Paris 4 aj p in Daily EASTWARD. Ex,rrii. Kxpret First's time, was 7 feet lull. Lve Falmouth.. .. 5 30 p 913 a in j 07 p m at any time, and of Frank Clay 37 weight IF.x Sun Dail Dally Covington. p "Walter Parsons, tho famouo porter of Arr Cincinnati ... 0 3J p in,io 3J a in 7 ao p m 1,330, at 54.23, to be taken at any time .. 6 45 Arr 10 45 a m 7 3311 Ltc Stanford ia 31 n 11' 3 7 am R. B. King Charier, I of England, was 7 feet 4 11 45 am 6 19 pm 7 jo am " Lexington between September 20th and October inches in On theMaytville Ilranch, No 9. le.ives Paris at " Winchetter la 5 pia 6 56 pin 8 10 am height. 8 00, a m and No. 11, at 5 43. SUCCESSOR TO arriving at in, " K. U. Junction. I 0,1 pn. 10th. If. II. Dundnim sold to W. U. I 17 pm Col. Orr, who died borne eeven years Maystille at 10 2$, a in, and 810. p m. No. ic " Mt Sterling. 7 40 pml 8 si nm leaves Maystille nt 3,13 a in, arriving at Pans at Kidd 110 cattle, weight 1,330 pounds, at a 03 pm 0 aAam M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, at an average ice of 53.02J. Winches-che.-te- r ago, was 7 feet 1 inches in height" and 7 40, a in. No u leatet Maystille at in and " Preston jun t 4a pm 10 J3 am " Morebead 3 10 pi arrites at Paris 4t 4 OJ, p in. These trains are weiglked CC0 pounds. Olive Hill 4 oj jim 03 am 611 4TH AVENUE, daily except Sunday, 6 05 pm 10 40 pm " Ashland 10 pm Democrat. Tho Chhiexo giant, Chang Woo Gow, No. 43 leases Lexington 1003 am; nrritet Paris " C.itlettsbuu t ao pm 10 53 pm 4 pm Cattle sold at Itichmoiid Monday at was doubtless tho tallest man 6 jo'pin a 30 ami 1 i pm LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. 10 4) am; except nuiuiay. " Hunthiztoir. ever ox-- 1 No. Sleates Cincinnati 15 pm; arrives Falmouth Arr White Sulphur... 0 ia am 10 jj pm 2 to 21; live yoke of oxen at 570 to 57 hibited In , America. IIo was 8 feet 2 7 so nm : except Sunday. 5 " rharlottatllle ii 00 am 4 oi am & Most Stylish The Nobbiest No. 7iejvu Falmouth ooam; arritcs Clncin. 1 50 pin 8 10 am " W.uliingltm.. and 20 broko mules at 51 10 to $170. A inches high. j 08 am 1 55 pm luti 7 55 am; except Sunday. " italiimore prominent farmer of Mudis-otells us Stock of 6 jt pm 11 jo am " Plnlidelphla Daniel Lambent, tho largest man No 3le.ici Cincinnati" 8 10 am; arrives Falmouth 10 jo n m; Sunday only. t New York 9 10 pin 3 jo pin f that he had 100 ewes and now, since known to history, measured 0 feet 4 No. 33 leaves Falmouth 4 IJ p in; arrives Cin1 i" inn' it ot am " Rlchuioiid, Va... ' OldPointConifurt selling 52,1311 worth of Iambs and wpol, inches around tho body, 3 feet 1 inch cinnati 613pm; Sunday only, J "S pin 11 j j am 8 35 jun '1 rain Notes: No. 1 runt dally between Lexing" Norfolk ii 0111 he has 31)1 ewes left. He thinks slieep aiouud tho legs and weighed 730 ixmnds. ton nnd Cincinnati. Nn runs daily between stock that he can nicro appearedin England three years "BST'i'K" a, Winchester Ever brought to tin city of Lo,utt!lc, now open aro the mcsfjuolltablo Auurian named A inkchneicr, ' lor point .m the N N. A M. v.ity Returning, futt VettJulol from New nrk mi'l handle. The price of now corn thiough ago anlmlrrl,!-.,- , including the No 4 male this connection at Lexinaton. vrlirwn a f.,f n t.,,.l.,. 4 114 r....trritt 'Muuiwmiuuil.3, V.HIH. IMPllUTAVr T..ll,.f lhl.l!..l,nu....l,i. all e.tttrrn point 4 17 p atdkily. Fait iiiml friiin out the county ranges from 1 to 51.30, and Lexlmton KNOX & JOHN 0. STETSON & CO'S. HATS iuamii vim puren U.ltes, Ot KentUClO', at and depart from the Ce intral Union I'astenjcr HuiltiiiKton and all points nt arrites Wuitlics according to location, water and other 400 pounds nnd his height is 7 stiioii Cincinnati, maUnj connections for all tr it 3$ a m nnd Lexington 11 4c noon ilnily I t And alto my own importation of Knglish Hat considerations. Clhnax, t Sunday K.isi exprets trim . m. ... t m, f iortn fsn and et leer, 11 mciies. no wears n 0 Inc'li col- - 'toiut oush tickets and baseage checked 10 anv Parkersbtirt; and Whelms arrives Hiilninut and Caps An elegant lina ol Canes and Lyon'i Thr l.txu yl'-reached Iar and u No. 15 boot. Miles Dai-deat p Celebrated L'tubrcllas always ou hand was destinationparticularsby a railroad. agent .el the Co. 10Olive in ilmly. Tint Why Is It I'or full address any Hill accommodation niritvt Wmchisicr born in North Carolina In 170$, and died Iwnvej l.exingldii 810a 10 I hit F. II. MORSE, SEAL SKIN SACQUE3, CAPS, about people linser aloii); always complaining in Tcnncsseo Jan. 23, 1857. II was 7 E. II. I1ACON.PatsVr Aqt., S.Cen'l Pass'B'rARl., 7 40 ap m,and Loxint 6 40. m; Winchester 5 FrlvelinL' Olio bottle of that continual tired leeliur; For tickets and information wriieor ripply in Lexington, Ky. Covu.gton, Ky Gloves nnd other Furs, a specialty Order out G W. IIARNltY, Ticket Ajreni Hess' Illood 1'unller and Mood Maker will en- feet 2 inches in height, and nt :'i time H.E HUNTINGTON', General Manager. 1 S A. llROMHF.Rti.Trav P..s A.'t. f side of city solicited, perfect satltfa. tlor guarsm tirely remove thin feellm;, give them ngoAd appetit of ids death his weight wa I GTNKRAL OFriCES; L Ml'RPin ficn'l P - it 1,000 ru-ii- a. teed, Don't tail to order a NOHIIY HAT I. i) a.id retf dato digettion. A It. Penny, t)iu?p:ist. Caamber of Commerce Duildin;, Cintwinatl, O Kv J D VARRINOION.J.) V I' I csln-tor- i, 1 ' 1J n Cincinnati cattletoare quiet at are best; hogs . I ' I "",c t..,l. 'The 4-- ..,. nmun.i T..,,,..- - ...i with the world's ignorance of This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and tho true character of the Moors that he others not to tretpss on our lands without is going back to spend several winters mission, as all such will In? prosecuted to the est extent ol tne law Signed. with them und write a book. C.KO I) HOPPER. T.J HILL, IIAL'OHMAN, j0im q. Whit tier is regarded by The J !. McKOllKltrSJR. M. S. IIRL'CK ROUT McALlal'KK. J.K London Literary World as a conspicuous S. II SHANKS, S II IIAL'OHMAN. M t'KI.AND HENRY examplo of the poet born, not made, and MRS. PENCE, llAUC.HMAN. A W HOLMES. E.T. JOHN it says of him: "'There is no writer of A J HAYDE.V, 1' C. I'AKillMI M L RICHARDS. IIOLMLSs, e are nc-iimes wiin wnom moralizing, does Tmudo ,waken ..I:..: " "J,u " , .. . ' u.u. imu miiujj M W, v-7OIlUlll'l, vilLv-- pre8hWi i.. IJ. THE MYERS HOUSE Proprietor t Kcitiii. ly hat a btter repuittion, and Its pr ur.el.r I. determintJ that tlit'l be msinlained t.-- POSTED. Established 1825. FOB, INSITOAITCE E. H. BURNSIDE, No Hotel lie hat rec-nt- iv a 1 led to Its appointments Pool niulllllliard ParlorH A Flrst-Clns- 3 ;,r, "r al For Sale Publicly. WOOD WALLA6E, Men's Outfitter To u mtttoda c demandt of hit increated trantlent pairnrnt-r- . Ile.t I'urnouli furnuhed Commercial I rumer. and othert tt Livory Stable mmim nun mm Tuesday, October 111 Louisville, Kentucky. THE CSALT HOUSE, LOUI3VILLB, KENTUCKY. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. never-failin- THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD-IN- C TO ROOMS. 0. H. TURKISH A Kl'SsUN BATHS IN HOTEL. arerea-srnaM- ui imle-peudeu- cu Female JBmW Kentucky Central R.R.1""'" es-t- R Icrins-boiird- LWiESTNS I. KRl'CE, In-dia- m 13 r.l) 4- - South-Houn- first-cla- ss rRmi imin j! t 2. re TWXnr 2 Crq of Groceries, i 5-- . fill j Settle Willi James Frye. 1 Wit Ky. Route I ' $4.-colt- ..,.. North-Houn- i. Waohington, Philadelphia, WM. ADAMS LKXIXfiTON, J-3! & SON, - 111 IIKOADWAV, GEOGEGHAN, 111 KY 1 1 1 1 1 If .ir !' I acts - COMPANY n HAT world-renown- CREAM LEXJrKY. iii 1 ; - WiiiL-i-tu- r 11 111 .!. 111 .rl T "gatw i- :: w r. - J.M , - .j ' ? .t vX!i , k. jr. U.