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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889091001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y 8 VOL. XVII. HUSTONVIU.E. .1. O. t- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 40, 4889. "t.iii-fi.nn- NO. 60 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. preachers as Sandy Jones, Merrit, Steel, CRAB ORCHARD. Smith, .r.mm. ntlvivilliwl Klder V. A. C'ibson and family nro "...iti." .i Reminiscent Sketch, No. 4 . Fanners ure holding their wheat U...1.1. ...i ......... . here, KUlur Gibson was rteiiiirii'K, wan mucin, ni'iu To llie li litnr of the Interior J urnal tirices ..t ti!.. t '" thev mo cvnectiii--bette- r I, ers who me, t church "I'-the oarlv once pastor of the Christian church at In this sketch wo will cany our narra- uhovo town .after awhile. alluded to. tive of the citizens bmlnu-- nnd events This town is now enjoying a scarcity this place, receiving The Parochial school, near the I'res- T"u Wwton Combination concluded of the Uurtf to a llttk' Inter date. Yet it of cooks and house girls. There are good hyteriau church, established with an t,,eir .'MB.'meiit t the Opera House In IuiIi-- a period of ijuite an early day, places for several cooks now. of 5,Oh), v'iven liy David but of tho exact time of the llrst settle-iThere was to have been a game of llHl Saturday night. Those who attend- wns a very pood school. The t,ie-ow- 'iiM we liave no certain data. lien. "ve ll K00(base lull hero Saturday between the e1 In h's fort, near .Stanford, in principal toacheis for nianv ycam were The city fathers will have the en-- ' and Crab Orchard clubs, but1 w inie mi.MiH iiiotliur, .Muruui, I,.. ,.. ..r.l..r...l t the ....I... J. ire.. ...i all of the Lancaster boys did not materi-- , Bluo ',0," tora ,lou' very soon and the soon i...!".miii every complete. i.i. ,i... i...ti,.,w ,.i iiliii.Ml'f"'e familiarly known ly all of her lalizeand the people were disappointed. I)nrc iimiM' milii iiiv ni'ii""' llie nil l"r " the square sur Ami she was It hcoiih, theiefore, that scholars us 'Olil Mm. Lick Spiiiiv'ri. The season at the Sj)rlugs virtually rounded by n neat iron fence. tin' mother of -- On last Saturday afternoon Mrs. the llrat Hott'ieineuts iiuixt have hecn af inir evangelist, the noted and everehnuclosed last week. The musicians return- fl.aV Tfftll frt TT!vfl.TM1 V0 fillTlTVlfiea ftftftfl e Oeorije O. Hames. "Old w KW MMWUaiUV H. Kiuuaird fell and broke her arm near WHriTAWMM WWWMiW ter this, iK'rhapi in 17S3 in West Lin- Mi-- ," Jf " a school teacher in Kentuckv eI to I"UvIIIe Saturday morning, after the wrist. It is u simple fractute of one was coln. last hop night. Some ipjiet the Hansford, from Crab Orchard, Hold over 0 years, and u large portion of this and less gay of the guests remain to en- bone, but is very painful, and it is feared wool Cloths, time at Hustoiiville, and perhaps turned will give her a great deal of trouble. goods in a little lo houce on the southjoy the excellent water for a time yet. Cloths, c., c. out more educated women than anyotli-e- r Miss Ada Vivion, who taught in east comer of Main mid Danvjlle streets, Allersons knowing themselves in teacher in the State. She was loved flnrriiril fn!li'.i. timt Ri.auinti lina ruhini. ami wits iiitt a live inerchant. Thomas by nor scholars as no other teacher was debted to either Ueo. W. James, dee'd., ed to take up her work again in that inMisses Shoes a.re Withers, Itvlim in one end of the. old lo or J. W. James will save cost by settling stitution. Miss Vivion is accompanied liousc.'uppositi! where the Weathorfonl loved. best The Reformers ran a good school in at once. All accounts not paid on or by her sister who will enter college as a Hotel now stands, brouuht on a small the old brick bouse above town, named before Sept. 15th will be placed in the pupil. A serviceable school stock of goods, usine, the other end of above, until thoy built their Female Col hands of an officer and sued on at once. On Sunday afternoon about o o'clock shoes sold. bis dwelling for bis store. Tom got some L't lege in town, where they still kept up a J. W. James. notoriety by making a remark that tlie -- Sometime ago we heard considerable tancister was visited by a shower of ' n ! clmr-c,'oulof ',r Come see us. peoplo o'f .v village only drank coll'ee talk about starting a hank at this place gnats. There was n regular rain of them llltllllilll Margin Mi rain drops never fell any thicker. The once a week, and that on Sunday morn There are other reminiscent matters but have heard nothing more. There streets and pavements were covered and inc, and that tho women never wore we could speak of, lull :us we only started should be Milllcicnt material here to set hundreds were crushed bv a single foot-- ! anything costlier than a blue calico drew. ' !out to chronicle the settling and early a bank going and there is a good scope fall. A short horso Is soon curried. He didn't of country tributary to support it well. Aid Society will entertain the1 The of West Lincoln, our limit pre hUv long. Tom Nail, an old citizen, was eents Let's hear ugniu from the project sister societies of the adjoining towns to- tl'no artist. He could enliven you with vents us from getting below a certain pen Mr. J. K. Carson has gone to Somer- moirow, Wednesday, from 11 a. m. to It riod of time in our narration, therefore brlcht, cheering feelings, as well as to set with his herd of Jersevs. He prides i. m. In the evening they will be pre We now stock with beautiful, we have to forego the naming of many himself in producing the best brighten your dairy cowh, pared to furnish refreshments to the an old other good citizens with events and H. Y. Coleman, britsht colors. it later date that we He lias just tested his old Jersey cow, public at the residence of Mrs. J. Wesley citizen and n saddler by trade, whose would like to speak of. This sketcli resulting in '20 pounds 14 ounces of good West. face mid whole hcini! reflected In ounces brings us in our narrations to a period butter in 7 days, lacking only tegrity and honesty, was a good citi.en To the Democracy of Lincoln County. near the breaking out of the late civil of making a total of It pounds per day for many years. A Jew by the name of I am a candiduto for from one cow. to the wnr, where we expected to close our seWe selected best Kahn, nnd h very line cabinet maker, Dr. Armendt and Capt. Joseph Cof- ollice of Clerk of the Lincoln County ries of sketches. ' Jf we have given any was n citizen for several years, but after light or comfort to the reader in relation fey went toPineville Thursday expecting Court, subject to the primary heretofore JeUU S 'C, he cleaned out and had eaten up all the to West Lincoln, we are more than paid to visit Middlesborough if the Hell county itxeii uy your t'ouiiiimce mr uciower iv. could be old gecso and ducks in the Hurg and for our labor. We are now well advanc- bullets were not too thick, hut on arriv- The duties of the otlice at this time are left for a wanner Jewish clime. ed in life and while our mind don't seem ing at Pineville it was raining and the so pressing that I cannot make as thor- Ruby and Samuel llocker, cabinet work of Impaired in the least, yet in bodilv roads were so bad they returned to wait lough a personal canvass us I desire, men, and John Welsh, a saddler by to le we complete, qualstrength we are failing and are quite fee- for a better time. Otis Xewiand was which I very much regret. Whether or trade, all young men and very line meble, and, therefore, this paper will close here Saturday. Joe White has been not my conduct of the ollice for the past chanics and citizens for years. manipulating as deputy sliurilf in the term has merited an endorsement, you this series of sketches of the We have a specimen of Welsh's work Kast Knd during the past week and jail- - must determine. I am conscious, bowOLIiCtTI7.CN. now in tho shape of a pair of saddlebags, ed some of the birds. Jou Melvin was ever, that I have done my best to Sept 0, IS6'.. half n century old nnd good yet. Valisus Saturday. Ho and his partner, form the duties promptly and correctly &c, were hardly known es, iarpet-s.cks- , Augusta Ga.'s Fine Prospects. Mr. J. W. Juines, intend making McKin- - and promise, to continue to do so if given in that day, and these b.ti, being our the Interi ir Journal ney or Kingsvillo their home for awhile, another term. After the experience I bit invalid, were used a long time, as our Afoi'CTA, O .., Sept. 4th. suppose a Thcil business has been moved near have hail, I am, if course, better e traveling kit. They have crossed tho ft.w ;Uei from thi place might be of in- places. Mr. J. It. Lawless intends itled to perform tho duties of the otlice. Allegelmnhs more than a dozen times j terest to some of your readers and I moving to Lexington and is privately As yet I have no opposition for the e and came near falling into robbers' hands Ux yVMmv n writing you n short what he cannot take with him. inatiou and if I am so fortunate as to night, tus we were staging it up Lau-- u.r '!,,. outlook for trade has not been Hon. J. A. Haldeman, of the Louisville reach the primary without any, I will rel IIIIlou our way Kast. II. II. better for years. The corn crop surpass- Times, is here, the guest of Mr. John still be very grateful to my friends and our th-r- in tho toro for about b years, es any crop made here for - years and lSuchauau. fellow democrats for af large a vote as deserves honorable mention, a clerk al- it will help tiiis country out wondei fully. possible, which, if given, I will consider HUST0NVILLE. ways at Ids pout except a little w Idle at Heretofore thousands of dollars have an endorsement of my otlicial reconl mid ' the time of IVgramV invasion into the been sent West for corn and other grain, The public school in Hustoiiville a Mattering testimonial from the patty of village, when a funny race occurred. but this year it will all be kept at home. will be taught by Miss my loyalty to its principles. Mittie Ciow. ' Two of IVgraiu's soldiers seeing Foley The cotton crop promises to be equally Miss Mollie Meriman preached at C. P.. COOI'ER. on a horse trying to get out of town, as good if not better than the corn. Al- the Presbyterian church Sunday. There In Memory of Mrs. W. A. Coffey. gave chase, at the same time tiring scv' ready hundreds of Imlei are coming into was a good audience and the general ver-- , eral shots in the air to accellerate spetM this placi) daily and I am glad to My diet was that MUs Mollie would do much ' McKinney ami vicinity ure in gloom in tho chase. Foley, howcer, beat the packed in cotton by the death of Mrs. Mary Dell Cotl'ey, There is no good in her new calling. race, but came oil minus a satchel of question but what the Farmers' Aliauee W. C. Vanmeterand his neice wife of W. A. Cotl'uy. On the eve of Aug. Mr. clothing, strewed along the road for near has downed the Jute Trust. The mills Miss Annie Sudduth, of Clark county, :51st, aged ":' years, that dread disease a utile. "Hod," exclaimed Foley, on here can hiidly till the orders they are aievi-diinthe family of Mr. W. N. consumption, claimed iter as his victim. 'coming home tho next day, "it was a receiving daily for the cotton bagging-Tliei- Thomson. (?eorge Dinwiddle is quite Her host of friends could not help but narrow escape, wasn't it?" will be at least 100,000 bales of sick with fever. We trust that his at- know that she would soon have to go I Mil Jones and H union Weathei ford cotton iibcd here in this place in manuSTo-tack will prove light and that he will yet the suddenness with which the was soil goods in tho Weatherford House for facturing this bugging and other mills soon be well enough to be out with his taken was unexpected. All that a true and admiuisteiiug fiieudscoul a year or two. Portinnn t Held built n throughout the State are manufacturing friendi. George is one of our mo-,- t iolid husband do was done, to alleviate her sulierings opposite where the it daily. The farmers are very ineiry young men. Misses Minnie Dive, good of Mimonlc hall now stands, and dida thriv over their successful move. l'radfordsville, Sue Hector, of Diinuville, and make her hist days on earth as pleasA devoted wife and ing business for several years. Wright The piospect for the horse and mule Lena Woods, of Crab Orchard, and Wil- ant as possible. .. r m...: ;.. i t lirovvn opened a up n store in tliu ohl tnule was never better, Already we it. , fond christian mother has been called ui .uiuiuu, iirriveu ai inns-from a pleasant and happy earthly home opposite Cooper's tavern and have had as many as ten buyers a day tiau College hist week. Tho number of after running alout a year increased king for stock, which leminds us of pupils' is still increasing. There werehT and transplanted in tiie fair and happv made with hands. A husband tbiir company as well as their stock oi January. , on roll last week and a number of others home not and three bright little childieii are left making a kind of family concern, goods, W, will stait for Kentucky on the &th, aro yet to come in. Mr. Morideth Drye, with eight or nine pnituent. The object so pleaoe change my paper for home, of Marion, was in out midst last Thurs- to realize and mourn the loss of wife and mother. The bereaved husband is of tills family tlrm was to get their goods, Mnntieello. We have had a delightful day. Miss Mary Thomson left for heartbroken and extendi his heaitfeU at prime cost, as they supposed, lhit sttiy this hiiiimii-- up to the pr'.i-n-t time. Monday. It is with general thanks nnd gratitude to the many kind tiling did not meet their expectations iJllt" mj. ,ua.K., ''. J. O.ttK ju- -t he tit' that Miss Mary severs her connecand consequently didn't last long. left for home in July, bought 70 cbick- - tion with Christian College. Her repu- friends and neighbors for their every at- -' V. t ntion and kiinlnes to ids wife. We had well nigh overlooked the cele- - e:is , turned them loose in the stable tation as a teacher is truly tnviable, but Cooper .& , ,j)0( xnHll turned out to be roosteis brated firm of George Iturton, Hustonville's loss will be Hiirrodsbuig's The Johnstown people have raised , JXuigherty, the last two named, with stu.u u nu.ket they keep up from gain. Miss Lucv Alcotu will leave on $1,000 to press ttlie suit for ilamagc.s i Fork Fishing Club "William Hurtou, were just home froui uiiiiniht till dayl Of course you know Tuesilay morning for Oxfo.d, FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1889. 0.,wher, f'M J' lam that caused the dis "the Mexican war. Daugherty was the x0 caIlt uleep w lien 0V roosters are all sue win enier college 10 lemaiii ten JI. HUBBARD, A. !., captain of our hoys. The company wore j cr0wing at the same time. I'm lighting mouths. Misses Fanny Harper and Ma- aster. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Instruction volunteers, all of. whom, we buliove, were m03.juitoe8 from S till 12 o'clock and ry Lusk will leave on Monday for DaugExcellent ltaarJin; Denartment. Discipline Strict Faculty of Trained Teaci.ers ralied in Lincoln and Casey counties. 10osters from that till day fo you can" hter College. Miss Lena Tavlor, quite a The bet salve in the world for tins, bruise,- Thoroug:. Full information given on application. , ore, ulcers, utt rlinim, feer oref,utier,cluipOn starting to tho seat of war our gener-- wojj imngine I am ready to leave here. pretty little blonde ftom Dunnville, and pd h;uid, chilblains corrn. and all Un vrup. , 1 21 H. F. Oatts. patriotic citi.ons made up mon ous and her brother Adisou, are visiting Miss Honk and poitnoly cunid. It is cuurantevd tn ey and furnished nil of our boys with Fannie Harper. Mr It. S. Hector has KENTUCKY. 1'rn.e 1$ tents jcr box Tin: Now York prohibitionists declare rcluudtd. or blue suits for the campaign, and after bciii making hearts glad by his presence For moiic) A. K. Fenny, Stanford, Kv (889. Opens Sept. nale liy Next Session thoy returned from tho war all loaded in their platform adopted last week that dut.t. the last few days. SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENTS OF THREE COUECES-TMRTof the liquor trallic, State , with valorous honors, this firm, as o bus- the prohibition Renews Her Youth. AND UUrriMfcriUIAL oUUHStb. nnd National, should be the domiiiutlnj.' Mr- l'lxfbe Chely. et.r.on, day Co., Io.i Healthy I ationin the heart f the Illue lr.iss region. i,coo feet above Mle-eHctinednnd hos- iness house, was very popular, and nil Aft. I delving Ul VeaiS of life ceil pliable community htu 'rts nn homes ill the UOtSt lamilie. ana .MciU' ri.u uau np,'iisesmoa. ury, inc iruiti oi rvm.irNft'JK; and dividiiit . political issue until such linn of the town in their day. inunlur ui lur liuslmiul. Icll iiiP.iiHHiw-nu- III! U) I.IIV V1U(JI1I. Ul .- 1anJ 'lerritor!is. ror ..full informa,..i..l ...... 113. from 37 stat AtuniUn c last session. 1, i ... .i i j etiile Ji'o to $'4 .. nr . a u.n . .i...ir. v UIC VUUCIICU VMII'.ll ..11.. Li, n. 13 ijitiNTn.. , u JJ., lyniwiuuiiui . and Caul ue upplsJohn W. Ituid and Robert Miller, liv prolilDllion snail nave necome mo Mis. Heniietta Cook lias been pardoned am 73 yar old, ha ebun troubled ithLidnej policy of tlie Govern and settled ing near town, weie our peace olllcers Otltof the Kansas penitentiary Oil proof complaint and lanne for man) ear., could not so that to vote for. tho candidate positive Of or many veins under tin) old c,oiihtitu-.inen- t, drsmyll without help So I am free from her innocence. SEMINARY FOR YOUNG able to do all m own pain and sortne ami , . tion and old court system of making ninj-- of n license party is practically .to vote I o e my thanks to Klectric ftouseworl.. iiltlers non.Svrtarlau School for i CO rifin hij-I I.I.I', TI'NN. A H'rttu-,- Christian home, thorouslill ncl nf or low, for license; that license, jBtrn(,.Si O.OUU liewaru lora LOSl lai. can ulltr or in nrhain:reucued my youth and removed com- Klrl Coiir.eof iia tlinrniiuh nii.1 rracticiil. .Nosclmolo( tliofi tills f.ir W.st III tliocUy atlurlns: Ilia l.nrgi-.- t lrl enrollment I'he equi lieni in l.njluh money of j,u was pletnly all ducae and pain. lraloitlr jow and in principle and powerless as a . It. Penny's Druifhtore. liy this time our town hud becomo villous Por catalogue address .1. II. ll.VJsCOCK, rrlucliiiil. lastyiur. llaurdieduced tolJJiK-- iiiouth. nne ollVred b) an old lady in London for the to. Si, atA-quite noted us n business vilhiKf, with u remedy; that local option has proven turn of a favorite tat which h.ul strayed or Ixvn - unsatisfactory. Is Consumption Incurable? They further declare lor stolen, l'coplc called her a "crant.,', and perhaps hot ltd unil generous population, not infeRoad the follow ing Mr. C II Morris .c ark, l she was. It is unfortunate tlut one ot the AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL Rentier rior. in tins respect, to tiny town in Cen- - j woman Bulimic, apdnst trusts and Ark, says: 'Was down wlih Abccstof Luns SCHOOL, FOR GIRLS, Kentucky. And our village was not nopolies of all kinds and against the sex should eer ain this title, )t many do It is,- nnd frlsmU and ph) i litis pronoun cd me an in however, frequently not fiincSHELBYVILLE, KY. good fcchools. Tho government throwing open the doors of tlonal dernngfineuts.w ill their fault. Often a Ilean takin); Dr. King 1 without churches and apparently chaiiEC, wo unable cfansiiniptiw Foundod Mnrch 25th, 1825, by Mrs. am nov. .liilln A. Tovls. ol brick church, built in ti veiy eatly Its treasuiy to gratify tho desites or mail's eutirenntiirc. Don't blame such sulfsrers if New Dwiovvry for toiibiiiuption, andtho work on my third liotllc, and ahle in ocree isfy the greed of pension claim agents tlu are"traut.y,''but tell them to uhi Dr. I'ierce's mv farm. It is the finest iiKsliclne cer made en nli1r.itSfhool for women in the South. Teachers are graduates of on the hill cast of the Hurg, as :i s in Muldlewart neatur, Ohio, sn). "Ha. unscrupulous politicians, though it Iaorite I'rocriptkin, whn.h is an iiifnlllble re church, where such minis-- . the best Colleges. Prepares for Welleslev. Accommodations . . ... !... .,,..1.. for' female weakmos. ' It ill soon restore ' ii not Ken for Dr. knit's New Discovery for sou . ... i vcrv narticular. Terms reasonaoie, ami inciuue mi ochuuj vxie-c9would mc. Jl(.a cf Lima Troubles 1'evs. Win. Finley, I.ajisley Yau-tl- ougltt to do just ami generous to its tnem tetiioir ters as normal condition It is warmntrd to Wa given up by dm lurs Am nmv in bet o T. "E:,0"I2""lSrT"E:"E5i. houoiablv dbchnrged solilicrs. Try it Timothy Hoot, Hilly Dickson, nlustitfacilnn in every case, Or money paid for heulih." dr.i)stun. Sample bottles free at A It. Peniw s it will be returned of (Jeorge U0, with others, were' diThe Pride of Woman to usu the You Cannot Afford vines, among tho llrst, TWENTY PROFESSORS Dr I'ierce's I'eilels, the oniual and unly A clear peatly uud transparent skin is always a mmb HBf AND INSTRUCTORS. (not regularly installed), but freipiently sl.Mioi pure uiooj, ana air pirtons iruuuit-- wnu ttenuine I.iltlp I.iver I'ilis; sc a vial; one a dose. At thissea.on of the )ear to lie without a iod re, Agricultural anJ Mechanical, cramps liablo diarrhoea balsam in tnc house, until u latter dn,, when He v. .T. A. Itoglo dark, greisy, yollo.v or blotched skin can rest as Scientific. Engineering. Classical, o:rp Wily IS II sured that their blood is out or order. A lew aom ccllc.durrh.xa snd ll iiitluinmatioiiorthe stum WHS rOUUltirly installed Olid Herveit tho ocnooi, military acnes, of IIcess' lllood Purifier S lllood .Maker will re- - rj,,, lw,,te linger alonif ulways complaining" aclt and bowels ate exceedingly dangerous If not w1 ClltUCIias llielr liastor for OVl-- !!0 years, wqvol)w cau,ena the skin will become clear and ftbout t hut continual tired IrellnjT On bottle . attended to at oiue. O.io hottla of Hess'' 1'iar. Academic Instruction. The brick llOUSO JUSt UDOVO town WHS irylt, and if satisfaction is not given 11cm' Wood I'urinir uud Illnct .Maker will on- - hroea llaUam willdo mcr uo d case, of tho ... .s n t si .st ulillt'illl Tl..r.l. i COVW) tircly reinovetliie leellng.givetiiom ngid appetit kind than any ot.ur nedtcliie on crnh Wi hiar iiiuiiii till. it will coit you uotning. It is fully warranted USeil liy me iieiuriuein iia ' a. id K;ulaW diCtinn, A. It Penny, I)rug:ist antce it A U. Penny DriiK.'tst an early day, wherosuch k. Penny,' Urusmist e at it. i'aitj ris4, 1 . . i:,. I hi-ii- SEVERANCE New Goods And will " & SON n Announce that they are now ' Wil-liaui- n Ha-- v - as Fall Trade ' 1 f have department I W.,Wfl l " In all ! Henriettas, Ginghams, Pansy Penangs, Prints, Ladies', from the in the country. manufacturers satchel given away with linen each pair of and Children's - I and I NEW are - GOODS of j Iiou-m- i receiving our I 1 1 - vi-r- Fall & Winter Dry Goods have the PailtS, Overalls, Flailliel Shij'ts, found in the market. Our stock that ' ity and price. and staple and fancy GROCERIES is guarantee satisfaction in ' per-wit- h JONES BROTHERS. 1 j 1 ' qual-thes- , nom-sellin- g , let-on- 1 Our First Shipment of i ' bagi-inu- '. FALL PANTS BEADT for th. Trade. 1 store-houfl- o - .- -i store-hous- e BRUCEfiMcROBERTS , Ilar-rodsbu- r et j j MMHMMIM-HMM--HMH- , Stanford Female Colle ge President. I - I CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, EEN n c n o is 1 1 i th, CAL, STUDY-CLASSI- i- recoj---nie- d .fii 11 - l : 11 , ' 11011 - 1 f T ' 5 1 4111 WARD'S LADIES. h I - XA-sl- r mo-tra- sat-da- y, niENCEHILL. 1'ri, -- 1 s, .... - w Jf ,,, first-clas- 1 son-ln-la- W. I I 11$ -- I I r ..u-- 11 II .,,,, 111 ucliool-hous- , &KENTUCKY.S mw rji: IkU COLLEGE -- 1 i.i.vih. k. .V1' . t- - . .' -- MMt'tmmmkwmmammimammimwm m imm mhmwS 'K'l' Irf "l J Semi-Weekly Interior journal KY .SEPfEMHErt 10. 1889 8TANFORD, W. IP. WALTON. S is. . f n? If Hi r Qi Tit k circuit judge Is not alwavs to blame for the miscarriage of justice in The lawyers tho mountain counties. have n way of swearinghun off the beuch, when they iliid they cannot nttnin their object through him. This from the Barbourville News tells how it is done: "When tho trial of Jen" King for the killing of Jim Burch came up before Jtidge Boyd at Pineville the prisoner tiled an affidavit swearing Judge Boyd off the beni'li, which being accomplished the cnso came up before Judge II. Baf-forwho granted, on motion, a change of venue to Clay county, and admitted Mr. King to bail in the sum of $10,000." Judge Boyd will, however getthediscred-itfo- r tho act over which he had nopower. d, A mgro boy was taktn out of jail nt A nvunLAii entered the room of Mi6S lives with Gen. Cerro Columbia. AIo..bv a mob and hung to Ma Uninlhnii g Gordo Williams, near Mt.Stcrlingnndon'ln window sill of the courVhouse for girl. awakened by his stirring about (raging a little white Jog Stultz wan given 10 years for trim Miizinl n nUtol nml firing scared the He diopped some of the subornation of perjury of Jefforsonville, rascal oil'. things he had, but got off with a dia- Ind. He hired a man to swear that Car girl, was of legal mond ring belonging to a lady who was rio,Ashby, a visiting Miss Hamilton. Tho negro car- ago to nmrry and after living with her a riage driver was arrested next day and short time, deserted her. The man was lodged in jail. He is very popular let off with three years. Steve Brodie, tho New York bootninong his color and it was resolved at the fair being held that day that they black, who illumed from the Brooklyn would rescue him Friday night. The bridge, further added to his reputation Christian Church was the rendezvous as a fool by going over Niagara Falls in a and there the negroes gathered in large rubber suit. He was more dead than numbers. Their object leaked out and alive when picked up, but soon recover at 2 o'clock in the morning they were ed consciousness and is not seriously , surprised by the officers and a posse. hurt. A dispatch from Mississippi to a New-Yori1 Most of tlietn took to their heels, jumppaper says that 40 negroes hae ing out of windows and disappearing, been killed during the race war there. leaving their weapons, but nine were The negroes are in a frightful state of captured, including the pastor, Eld. W. fear, and two have gone crazy over the II. Brown, and lodged in jail. There was excitement. The negroes have threatengreat excitement and but for the prompt ed to burn every house in Letlore coun action of the officers the release might ty and every house is being closely have been effected. We out-bein- WE ARE READY WITH OUR NEW FALL STOCK! to Determined turn onr immense stock into money as quick as possible, will declare i ft -- The next legislature ought to change the Tiik BarbiHirville News and the Jelli-claw permitting the swearing on" of judgNews are quarrelingover the question es except for better reasons than now of which has the most moral town. Judghave to be given. ing from the local happening? in each, There was present at the (.. A. It. en- an outsider would conclude that the war campment at Milwaukee, an old veteran of words is about similar to that indulgwho had neither arms nor legs, having ed in by the cooking utensils. In fact lost both in the service of his country. the crimination and recrimination is but His name is Benjamin Franklin and he another example of the pot calling the lives in Faribault county, Minn. He de- kettle black. The serves all the pension he can get. All the decent republican papers in conservative element of the country Virginia are deserting Mahone. The would rejoicjj in repaying in some degree the sufferings and sacrifices he has made, Lynchburg Virginian will not support but it kicks and will kick more nnd him and its editor says he will not vote more againbt every deserter, coffeecooler for him not if he has been nominated living on the by n dozen packed conventions and were and other government and faring sumptuously, backed by n dozen National Executive without toil and without care except to Committees. I( that be treason, then make the most of it. get their pensions increased. n guarded. o Sad State of Affairs in Rockcastle. (To the Kihtor or the Interior Jcurr.ul 1 M WiETiiritdii, Sept o. If you will al- or mia? ween we can special attention to our elegant and complete line of Bpott and Shoes. Ladies' Dongola tint ton Shoes $1.2o, worth $2. dies' French Kid Button Shoes ?. imrth. AS. LnAios 7iVo Pebble Goat Shoes $1.2o, worth $2. Men's fine Shoes S 1.25, worth S2.50. Men's Brogans 90 cents,' worth SI. 50. Men's and 7hns' Hants snhlnt., , - v, if comparative low prices. want to impress it upon you that yon' 11 find all the most exclusive and advanced Fall Styles now ready for your inspection, such as La-satin-lined, dt the start. Every Article .Ifride a. Leader. . - - - ..- - ... .. x, w V It r The Somerset Republican is opos.nl to The president takes his time Miss interfere with the firing of Gen. Buell and says it will cy, nnd don't let business g pleasure. A Kentucky moonshiner, be-- 1 ot help the republican party in for such a thing to bo done. that his sentence was not in con- - tucky lormity with the law or the tacts, sent a NEWS CONDENSED. petition for pardon. The papers were pigeon-holeand the great man went on A livery stable with 2o horses was of his summer outing. On bis return he burned at Sioux City, la. , wlCt'C T COTKfUCJ tllC bUSUlCSS (it tllC old took up the case, but dropped it like a Nine men were killed by lightning Slia.ll be vleUSed to SUVdUi tllC ICUllt.S (ill cold potato when Lige suggested that the near Albany, Ga., Friday. man had served his term and had been Broughton was run over and Steve released three days before It is proba- - i.:ipii iu-- fr..iilir.train nt Winchester. oiy as wen as it is, oui even an miegeu G Mnttinglv & Son, distillers at moonshiner was entitled to more consid- - Louisville, nru about to a for S200.000. eration- An offer of 5200,000 for the franchise Oils, School Boohs, Wall It was decided at the Cabinet meeting Vf the New York Bae Ball Club was low 'prices, first-clas- s not to call an extra session of fused. goods. a. good to do A colliery explosion in Scotland Congress. The President is safd to favored it but gave away to his ad-- suited in the deaths of 50 of the 04 men best workman-lik- e rub here last Tuesday. visere, whp wished to defer the trouble in the mines. Very McBoberte.Jr. Another difficulty which occurred on Bruiser Sullivan hasannounced hiin-th- e as long as possible. The organization of ' Foil Sale 45 head of good mounHouse is in much doubt as the mem- - self a candidate for Congress in one of the same day between Mitchell Norton, tain steers. Will sell cheap. William democrat, and George Pitman, republi- - Cooper, bcrship stands at present, but the repub- -' the Boston districts, Kt Line .Creek, Ky. .. .1 , ,.,.,,., ... i Judge W. G. Veaziy, of Vermont, can, in which ntman watched the pun- i lican politicians hope to materially in- - ' crease their majority by the elections in has been appointed to fill the vacancy in lie highway for Norton until the latter the veter' returned home from ML ernon ate n . the now States, and thus prevent the the Interstate Commission, mv from fright. In lllll, i. ttl Ten blocks, comprising the businefs ..If. fl . .... nn a..., IIIIUSKJU ...... Il'iril IffIMU OCUill, ,llll ...wrangle that would occur if Congress ' E. P. Owslev has sold his half inter portion of Linkville, Ore., were burned eled revolver, demanding of Norton why est in the yearling Wilkes Ally to his were called to assemble now. he had so treated his son that morning, Saturday. Los about $100,000. A. T. Nunnelley. for $1:12.50. Kkei- it before the people all the time j jhe increasedattendanceat the State (Norton had challenged the boy's vote partner, first sale of cotton mules at CoThe that the republican administration in the ' College, Lexington, renders the building because he was only 19 years old. ) Nor-- , lumbia, Tenn., was 250 head, which time of profoundest peace increased the 0f a $i,000 dormitory necessary. ton jumped off his horse on the opposite brought if:t2,0:i.' and 14!l head for National debt nearly $S,000,000 during Judge John G. Simrall is spoken of side ami taking a revolver from his ad- The Castle 1jw n Farm, miles from the months of July and August. Dur- - ns a candidate for judge of the Court of went around on him and begun Lexington on the Richmond pike, was ing the same months last year, while) Appeals from the firing with Pitman, when Ptman shot) dibtrirt. 5 sold at auction to W. K. Cornish at Grover Cleveland was at the head of af- fanny Bryan, the negro accomplice once or twice and took to his heels per acre. The 0f Dkk Hawes, who murdered his ami- - Norton was indicted and Pitman was fairs, it was reduced $11,101,074. -- W. L Caldwell & Son, the fine republicans eeetn determined to demon-- , jy nt Birmingham, has been given a life lowed to go Scott free. jack breeders of Boyle, got 10 out of tl e etrato that to the victors belong the sentence. We will now give a few characteristics 20 premiums for that class of stock nt spoils of every character. Give them charged with of the county officials, who manage the Danville, Columbia and Lexington. Four white men, P rope enough and they will hang them- burning a negro's house, have been held campaign in the Mt. Vernon precinct. A. T. Nunnelley shipped to Cincin- selves. without bail at Meridian, Miss. The In August 188S tho democrats were bet- nnti Saturday a of nico butcher ter organised than usual and early in the V A NEGno at Fort Worth, Ark., ate n crime is a capital one. cattle bought of S. H. Baughman and A convict at Frankfort drank the morning began to run in lively the watermelon nnd died in less than an Liberty Pryorat2 to 2. whisky used in mixing paints and died "stray votes," which frightened the enehour. But it was not the melon that The Springfield Leader notes sales of Will koep'constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture heif-killed him. It was a rone. The melon from the effects. He was serving his my very much, and in order to check l,18.Vponnd st"ers at and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods the party in the minority, Jailer Arnold secon(1 teriu for burglary. was furnished by the sheriff in response ers at 2, fat cattle at II and 2.' head of Miss Fannie Creamer fell down the gave John Proctor, that gallant warrior best yearling mare mules in the State at can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conn n,,. rnn.w r.f tlm Pnni!..mn...i ...mi, of the republican ranks, a "huge" pistol vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. $12") per head. made a short time previous to mounting 8teIs of the kitchen and broke her neck, he took his stand by the window-wherscaffold and he ate it with a relish The accident occurred near Eminence and the Moreland & Lee sold :W0 Tennessee the voting was done in order to more appropriate to election day than and the fall was but four feet, ewes at $:..7.'; It. L. Salter bought in Cas-- Mrs. Kate Fetter, wife of an army intimidate the democrats. County Judge ey 21 s to hangman's in which he was to be' cotton mules at $115; urniiK a pnu oi coai on, saiuiaieu Colyer is a thick headed, prejudiced Win. Moreland sold a lot of chief actor. But it was the ruling ,,as.,on.-crherself with the fluid, set herself on fire "hill Billy," who cares nothing for the cattle nt 4. Danville Advocate. sion, strong in face of death. Dealer In peace ami happiness of his constituents, and burned to death at Ft. McIIenry. Terhuno bought 10 mule colts at $50 A lumber yard with 22,000,000 feet nor anything else that tends to advance If Gov. Wilson, of West Virginia, do to $70, Dean & cotton mules at $72.20 not make another effort to get posses- of lumber, 70,000,000 shingles and a the interest of the county, which he has and Coleman 5 work do. at $yJ5 to $175. sion of his beloved Hatlields the Ken- warehouse full of blinds, sash, Ac, burn- been the instigator in bringing into disAnother crop of corn sold at $1 to he fed STANFORD, KY. repute. His doubtful deeds are too nutucky courts will get away with the last ed at Winona, Minn.; loss 514,000. in the lleld. Harrodsburg Democrat. of them and their merous to mention, yet we feel it would bloody keeper in Mercer The Li.w. TlinmAU tlwi iv ltntllll? I fftlt gang. Val Hatfield, Alex Messor, Dock pays $450 rent for the county's farm and be doing hnn an injustice not to men- - that brought $:8,000 as n yearling, made and Pliant Malum have been sentenced gets f GO per annum for keeping tho pau- Hon one or two of his rulings in regard ids maiden race in the Futurity and at I'ikevllle to life imprisonment, while pers, the county furnishing the clothing. to Rockcastle's terror, John Proctor, came out 0th. Race horse, like'whito rimes. nmn, uiighty onsartin.-L- ou. Elihu Hatfield is doomed to die on the The Dick & Meyer sugar refinery, whom Colyer has had at his command, The commissioner of agnciilturo re Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is , scaffold for their part in the McCoy mur- near New York, consisting of 12 build- ready to do his will during his whole of- Kt.ntuckv tobacco is 02 per 8 t,mt full and complete. We call special attention to our ders. And still there's more to follow, ings and valued with contents at 2,000,-00- ficial career. One, of which our peoplo cunt, of the acreage of"l8SS and 70 per all know, was the causing of Proctor to cent of the condition; for coin an Infor this week. their trials being set was totally destroyed by lire Saturper cent, in acreage and 3 be appointed a deputy jailer here at a crease of day. per cent, in condition over last year. Tiik Lexington Press may not always The best Casket of the kind ever invented. circus last fall, in order that he might be Chicago has secured from her keep up with the procession, but it gets Hciuji.k. Colored fair held its funei1 Embalming guarantee of $3,000,000 for the an ollicer of the peace, when tho town under the most approved method when desired. there nil tho same. In its issue of the World's Fair. George Pullman is said hail a marshal who had appointed four nl jirocession along the pike from the Oth, u month and a day after everybody to have subscribed $100,000 and it is un- others to assist, liim on that occasion. Kobinson J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. wools to the Spoonamore Hall. knew it, it solemnly announces through derstood that four other men will each The result of that appointment was the The association lost $11.25 to the share of the medium of its boiler pinto matter: give a like sum. probable fatal stabbing of tjio marshal' $5 nn,i the funeral services were in the "Stephen G. Sharp has been elected purchase of tho Chattaroi rail- by Proctor. The last ofllciahact in mak- -' 8i,nj,u 0f n mipper and dance nnd resultThe State Treasurer of Kentucky." o ing appointments was that of Proctor to P(i m n mj? row nn,i shooting sgrape in road and a large body of land in proiec-- , which one woman was shot. Tho row and other counties of Kentucky is ine oincu 01 consilium iu iiui ub irreverently reTiik Louisville Times Mr. tor for tho people of Mt. Vernon. Tho t originated between John Daugherty and Sc marks: The prohibition conventions all regarded as n sure indication that Huntington will extend that road thro' results of that appointment have been nrent ijav8 jr. They began to quarri open with prayer, proceed to a collection, Mid tho world over. Wade Putcell, a over a small debt that 0110 claimed the region. and end in n farce. The party is tho im- that rich mineral and timber iluys used some DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, of the Louisville promising young man, though unfortu- other owed him. Collector Scott, personation of old Bill Allen's d d bardistrict, went to Lexington to get his nately n democrat, received a fatal shot rough language and started to cane " ren ideality in politics. It should go on FANCY ARTICLES, &0. deputy, but there was 'such u loud on election day, from winch ho was bur Daugherty when tho latter drew his a spree, paint all creation red and retire chief howl and determined kick in his district ied three days afterwards. To hope for pistol nnd fired at lijm through tho view. Phytlciant prescription! accurately compounded. forever from public crowd in tho house. Tho house was that it was found necessary to get Mr. the conviction of one of the Is simply useless. The present grand ju- full as could he and the bullets had no Col. T. S. Biio.nston, late collector of Caldwell, the appointee, not to accept. Tho dynamite disister at Antwerp, ry stood 14 republicans and 2 democrats eyes. One struck a woman on the anthis district, fia gotten an ollice that the rads cannot oust him from. Ho has Belgium, is tho most dreadful in the his- and from tho present outlook one would kle, creating only a Aesh wound, while THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, purchased a coal yard at Richmond and tory of that devilish invention of man. naturally conclude that Proctor will nev- one struck her in the back between the CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. time will soon shoulders, penetrating about two inches. now dispenses black diamonds instead It is believed that 300 people, mostly er bo indicted, yet the come when the tyranieal rule of the Ever brought to this market. Prtcei lower than of government patronage. It is mighty girls employed in the cartridge factory, present will bo overthrown and a better She is thought not to bo dangerously wounded, Daugherty ran off and has the lowett. onWatchci, Clocki and Jewelry Re. hard to keep a good man very long in were killed outright, while 1,000 more day may bo expected for Rockcastle. paired ihortjnotlce and warranted. uot appeared since. A Citizkn. were Injured. tho soup. Lu-1 Ken-lievin- j d n j re-ha- 1 low me space in your valuable paper 1 will give your readers a few pointers a to the present condition of affairs in this Eight county, politically speaking. years ago democratic supremacy was completely overthrown and tho republicans took hold of the helm and began to direct the ship. All went well for a whileand everyone seemed well pleased with tho outlook, but ere long the pretoo. dominating party began their tyranieal rule, which has gradually grown worse until our county is in a deplorable condition. In order that your read-- 1 ers may fully understand the situation 1 will narrate a few instances where party affiliations have apparently governed the! St., grand jury rintl the courts of this county, i the grand jury being almost wholly re- -' publican. To begin with we will tell of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. an election melee that occurred at Slight frots fell Friday night in lo Skagg's Creek voting place la-- t August, wa nnd the Northwtst. in which Jeff and George Nichols, two, J. E. Lvnn bought in this and rn- brothers, became involved, (Jeff a demo-- i crat and George a republican,) and Anal wm ly came to blows, when Will McKinney, sell chea'p. S. II. Bout, Hustonville. another republican, ran up ami knocked The Dudderar Hros. bought in Gar- Jetfdown with a club, while a third rant 110,000 bushels ot wiieat at .utoi.i, man, a republican, stnhberi turn twice, I cent". each time indicting a dangerous wound, Bobert McAhster took three Horses from which he came very near dying. to Somerset to win the races and some The grand jury, on the following Septem- blue ties. ber, indicted Jeff Nichols, for what I Six hogsheads of Owen county Bur-le- y cannot say unless it was because he tobacco sold in Louisville last week didn't die, which has been pending in at 22J to 27. the courts of this county until the presFou Sale. Two No. 1 red boars ent term, when it was defeated by a hard well bred, weight 12o pounds. John M. to-d- ay ' Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, &c. 1 iVe Keep this in mind, Get our prices before you invest. save yon money on new Fall Goods. Mahe no mistake, guarantee t AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Mail! Stanford SAI..IXGEU, Manager. M. UamnS purchased the interest Mr. State, J will Stand of and new patrons from a former Paints, Paper, Jewelry and Silverware at for Jeweler, ready I have watch and jewelry repairs in the style. respectfully, Full Stock of Drugs ! W. B. MoEOBEBTS. ' 1 I ; ,i.i .,,,,,,, I SEW FURNITURE STORE! MAV1K 111114 SVO I - j 0. $2.-,00- I j vS die-bag- ,. HUFFMAN, PB DP, 1 al-- 1 c;rMP3HSIKBSrV rK!r'lll9-iBPV9Vvillli- t!iita iW3ili' Ifv T'M$ car-loa- d aiysiBssMjgs i, 1 i e , Arst-clas- , l.OoO-poun- Bo loWEAlEK 9 i Furniture and Undertakers' Goods! poor-hous- e The Largest, Cheapest and Ilcst Aborted Slock of Wall Paper, Border, Celling Decorations and Window Shades 0, 1 1 HTDSTB.T7CTIBI.C BTJHIA.Ii CASKET, ciit-zens- n j Law-onc- ( . 11 Ao Mo IST PENNY, D-TJO-0-- 1 0"V"JE3I. r cut-throa- ts V mi ", - . ' T ' uaossssr d & Tin: Mt. Vernon court closed Saturday ' next Saturday nntl Sunday for t)i last and JikIkc Morrow can spend this week j tlmu before eoiiiK tlilthur." wu.... Npthln of Hew M. Cook, returned " ""M 1e our patent wlro ami slat fence for at Ids fair.during the Worth speakingour missionaryStrother Africa, willJr.,preach at --; s was done from court, but if Stanford Ky SEITEMHKH 10, 1889 fencing Macks. Si.io & Menefee. correspondent U half ri&ht n ood deal McCorniack's church at litis- 7 tonvllle next Thursday night and at' Kkw lot of Zt'ipler Hros. fall fllioeH jtifit oujrht to bo done in Rockcastle. . E.C.WAWON, bub, ManaRor recelvedatS.il. Shanks'. Call in and Ir faithfulnesH to duty and the excel- Junction City Saturday night. Twenty-fivIn- see them. thousand persons atlence of its performance entitle a man tended the celebration in Uiicks county, Paiitikm wishing wheat furtlliwH can to an endorsement by his party, Mr. G. MEANS BUSINESS. .. wive money by conferring with Wins II. Cooper, County Clerk, is certainly Ia., of the founding of the Presbyterian Come and bet tie your account. Church in the United States. President McKinncy. worthy of such honor. He ishesides the Harrison was present and delivered an 1'ennv. Watch ki and jewelry repaired and1 Wantihi An experienced audit to best of democrats and never falls to do address, in which he said, "I do not want warranted. A. It. 1'enny. tht, i.()VL. Sewing.Machine. Albright it full service whencveroccasion requires unduly to exalt the Presbyterian Church j Yoou account i riwly, please call ami ,t (. ,.,, .., , .,.;,,.. fll1 i,:,,.,,,!,,,,,. ,,..,. iiim-iir, iieruwiui unci g've nun l5rodhcad. settle. McKoburts t Stueir. rousing votcattheprima.y. beun' nntondle(, the ,)artialitv of The clever yotuijj engineer, Mr. J. Wt Tiik best place to buy drupt, patent and who have been writ-temedicines and toilet urticles is at A. H. Klouein, in the proml father of an Mit. Sami'ei.Jknnixos, of tineas- As Penny's. bovt-iniFriday last. was driving into this city Saturday ing its story, will say that it has been, as Utrv your echool books, ink, r, , night his hor.se became frightened ut' ho1' "mKiiificently characterized by , paper, pencils and scliool supplies of all .oo.OOO brick now ready for 10 i.cmi iiiiii uuvriy. llatuwy'H brick kiln, on Loimn Htrvct. mn"ni'-. kinds from A. H. I'ennv. i muni Dr. Morris Kvans left yesterday for Kill', ur mil iiiki- I'uiiiimm m i...n.i iiuiin- - and pitched out at a 2 minute gait. He es, chimiieys, cinteriiH, Ac. W. F. Ham- PERSONAL POINTS. ran some 200 yards w hen the buggy and the Annual Conference nt Paris. He is bey, Manfonl. Mr. Jennings were heaped together in a one of the examiners of the class of lbSO Mus. Woody Ham: is visiting in om-- 1 We hope IIoiin, on Friday morning, to the wife ditch on the side of the road. The bug- which will assemble ertet. boy. The gy and harness were smashed and bro- theru is no doubt of the return of Dr. of Harry Chappell, a Mu. 8. J. Poweiw is in New York buy i' mother and the bouncini: youngster are ken, but Mr. J. and the horse escaped Kvans to this appointment. He is onr ing goods of the best preachers ever stationed here unhurt. K. C. Walton is at the Somerset Fair both doing nicely. . and one of the few who never fails to inthis week, Some time ago, on t ho authority of a struct. He may be a little slow in his Camp Mei.timi, under the auspices is visiting friends Mis Doha Stkaui of the A. M. K. Church, will liegin to- paper published at Lebanon, Tenn., and methods, and therefore not appreciated in Piueville. day on the grounds of Mr. Win. Welsh, the News at Jellico, at both of which by some, but those who hear him attenMiss Maoiiie Hum is on a visit to her near daces he was well known, we printed a tively never go away feeling town, and continue (t days. that they sister, Mrs. S. M. Owens. paragraph that the He v. Joe Munday have been fed on husks. The doctor reMits. T. L. Chow, of Jessamine, has Notice. The city taxes for 1SJS must had had his throat cut in a barroom ally deserves something better than the been visiting in this county. be paid inside of 10 days or property broil at Haltimore. There seems to have afsatis- been no foundation in fact for the story, Stanford and McKendree churches Mits Nelia of Marion, is on will be levied on and advertised to ford, but the members and outsiders too a visit to Miss Fannie Swope. fy the debt. Geo. S. Carpenter, as we learn from Mr. Smith liniightnan, are proud that he is willing to serve I orris Holm t and Miss Alice Muwith whom Mr. Munday's wife returned them. .. are visiting Mrs. Fannie Dunn. I 'cumin having claims against the to her old home, that the evangelist is Miss Mahv Kay has engaged to teach county will bear in mind that the 27th located in Illinois and doing well. titf NEW ADVEUTISEMENTS. in the family of Mr. K. P. Woods. of September is the lat day for filing II elk. Victor Pecker, charged with Claiiksce Tate returned to the Ken them for the October court of claims outraging Louisa Linch, the deaf and G. II. COOPER jeMer- - .. tucky umvcmiy ai Caow. Ct..rk dumb Swiss girl, was tried before Judge It a Candidate for the day. Democratic nomination for As wk suspected, the Wayne county Vamon Saturday, when sufficient testi- County Clerk, subject to the action of the primar) Dk. Steele IHit r.v, S. II. Hanghman Oct y andS. P. Magg went to Somerset jes- -' story of rape and burninir at the stake is mony was presented to cause him to be a miserable lie, manufactured out of held in $2H) bond to the circuit court. erday. Sale Mini May Aiais, a lovely little blonde whole cloth and sent North for the pur- - The evidence of the girl, who is about or 15 and not preposessing, which was( from Mt. Vernon, is visiting the Misses ' ii' it is beiin: so well uw.l lor. given in the sign language and interpret-- ' J) & Shanks. PERSONALTY ,... f LV. t tlin ,......- . .. ....... f ,1... i.. ...!.... .." n..nniiiu..i!m.. eil to the court by Supt. Argo, of the D. M.. M ' tin.'., fill utu.L t.i n.tfitli..r .illlllill I... nf i i. .syitim at isanvnic, was very con A Store, has tone to the city to increase his Executor of the will of Mn LiumJa VanArsCuns They always carry a large ami best elusive of the guilt of the accused, but j unle, dec u, I ui.l on large fall stock. selected stock of the most fashionable Mm fnpt flint til, primii im iilli.i...il tn linvi. Mus. Matt Jones and Mrs. Stella i.nvta .Hid ,1.1m u.ilwrll tir..L.illfL llfl I.Vf..!! Soptombor been committed Aug. K'.th and no lev, of Mener, are visiting Mrs. John M. p, tion. (kk'iii the decedert, (ceding for a prosecution commenced Atfrom late re.idtnce ofthe Stanford about one mile .mciioihtis, .ir. pike, fll at Huitonilleon .. , (luring tmid. r all of the the father of public auction to the of incorrigible"', Win. laker, till Sept. A ion-LiMas. lli.Mtv Hai human went to e,u,e ' ,he Jt""len,( uf h "M''w Friday to have Dr. Hurdett treat aged 14, and I'd Dunn, 12, are serving a the girl had made purchases at the store sentence of Ik) days each in jail for kept by Pecker, left sulllcient grounds of Acres her little Alice's eyes. in doubt of his guilt to enable the judge to One yoke cl Oxen, . Shorthorn Cow, C. ('. Caic-owent over to NichohiK-vil- throwing rocks at a rccislired: J. P. BURTON, Clerk. R. WALTOIV.1 Dull, rcgUiend; 4 Milk Co and sum named. The at Squire John Kllis proyesterday to attend the bicycle rac- Milledgeville. nounced the sentence ami it is a pity he colonists were out in large numbers and fJ;Vdl'ffVJrrnSr,imit.nt73 es and the hop at night. ..,.... Hav. Corn. Hie. Nc - ...... nt .,:.,:,. . ' Fiiamc Jonm, brother of Grocer J. P. could not have made it .'10 lashegon their . l... .ir.,..,ii.L,m..u..K iVlmproenitnt.onthefarmconM.tofaccm-thell- l IS that Pecker is illliocellt, but ' fortable dwelling home of 7 room., a good barn backs instead. Jones, left for Kansas City Siituidtiy, bare . anJ other outbuildinct. some are satisfied that he is entirely j Term. -- he land will for $3,600 to tc where he will make his home. A 'nc loaded with young people regUlltV of the charge brought bv the girl. P!)1 "'"" B'vcn. the. remainder in e Mus. Fiiank J. White, of Iuicaster, turning from a party near Paris over- , . la momhi, in tqualinHallmenn, with lnteret . . 11" V KKET' SPECIFIC cure all blood ditrcte, uch at Scrofula, Ulcert, 1'implei, Ulcerated Throat. 1.1 ne irmi, which was naiuraiiy 01 a very tram date on note pa able in bank, !'(. eision accompanied Mrs. J. S. Armstrong on turned and hurt six of its passengers hue Swelling, S philitic dieaet In Ml itt stages. Necrotic, Ac. Price Ji per bottle. Sien and good titlt- made when term are com HAVIS" IRON HIT ERS it the most pleatant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cure Dyspepsia vulgar nature, was held within closed plied with. For the perionalty all turn ot J:o her return to Texas yesterday. a more or less severely. Among tho ladies i.nd orert,hat amount month' cred- ii pives keen appeiue. enncnes ine niiou, regulates tne liver and imparts new energy to the muscles Ma.T. J. FosTtu has rented the Dr. injured was Miss Ktimm Gauo, a daugh- dooisaudno one, but those who had it onunder, cath,coI vecurity, with 3 intcrett from and nervous ssteiu. Price Ji per bottle. of the note it h (.AT LIKH's WORM SYRUP is made best worm killers and expellers known to the medbusiness in the room, was admitted, ate andp.iyablc in bank. Hugh Held place in town till January ical profesMnn and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price a ter of lien, (iano, who recently visited I will take pleanure in J which was entirely right and proper, one doMrmc to bid, at will ihowine the land to an per bottle. alto Mr John ltarman, and w ill move to it in a short time. GATLIFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache. here. Her forehead was cut and her on the prcmiiet HKOWN, Kxor il. and for which the judge is to be comAc Acts as cathartic. Price centt per boi. J. S. Mooke, the Laertes of the Dan- arm and chest bn iseil. IliKtonvilIe, Ky , Sept n, iSSj Manufactured and lor sale to the vrade by the mended. All pcnoni holding craimi agalnit Mr. ville Advocate, was here Sunday. As will present them properly proved. Mu. J. P. UiiA.viit.Eii, agent and aucH II WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., DEATH'S DOINGS. usual there was a woman in the case. Ky. for the Middlcsboro Town Co., Diu It. C. Mniiciw, of l'hanon, arriv tioneer Mr. J. P. Merwhon received intellirecehed a letter from headquarters ed yesterday to make thw his home. He has FOR SALE OR stating that the recent accident to Gen- gence yesterday of the death of his unhas lived hero before and we welcome My HOUSE AND LOT on Mam mreet. Stan de- cle, A. J. Mershon, a highly respected eral Manager A. A. Arthur will not ford It It very dctirable property and il dnpoded him as an old friend. kpply of by tale poesion can be given Nov ij lay the sale of tow n lots to begin on the citizen of Richmond. says Prof. Jason l The 10 K L. barren or to Wesley Penedict, aged SO, died at MRS. KATE II AYS, Stanford Hti of October and last till the 10th. 59 Chenault, the noted educator, will not Mr. Chandler, who is a splendid aucof his son, G. A. Penedict, teach his I'niwrsity class this year, but tioneer, will with Mr. T. D. English, cry the homo ! Sunday, of paralysis, which finally atwill go West to engage inotherbusiness these sales and will no doubt add to his tacked his heart. He was an hoiust and Mu. and Mas. L. L Dawkon, J, H. Is Receiving His Lot, reputation in the line. upright man and for many years lived in A Swopeand wife, Mrs. J. I Hobley, Miss On Somerset ttrett, at preent occupied by Mr Milledgeville neighborhood, where Josle lloslcy, Mrs. Kubanks and others From Mr. J. M. McHoberts. the S10.000. id cooper A iry aetirattie pia e ana can be he raised a large and worthy family of obtained at a bargain Addrett or call on to" will go West on the harvestoxcursion Jr., who has just returned from W II. ANDERSON, Harper. Kantas, to which his remains were or P. M. McROUEK is, Stanford, Ky, day. range, we learn that the suit of J. K. children, and Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial Mas. K. T. Woonni'LL, a very hand- Mount ami wife vs. the L. A . forJlo.OOO taken for interment y Bterday. ! A c. SINE. J..V. MENHFEK some widow from Mobile, who has been damages for injuries received by Mrs. Young Couple Drowned. The Fair. summering at Crab Orchard Sprincs, was Mount in the IUrdstown Junction Special to the Interior Journal I iihtocll my Karm of 170 Acres, situated on down with Mica llettio Paxton shopping wreck last Decemlicr, resulted after near. FoMEH-irSept. S. Kdmond Chestnut the liy.uuuHe und Klrktville pile, 4 miles irom Lancaster It it v. ell waterid, has upon it a 0 and wife Saturday. ly three days' trial in a verdict of dwelling; house, stable, orchard in inattemnting to cross Pitman Mil- -. W. G. Wei ch. after a Mrs. Mount ha Creek, last night, were both drowned. lithe neccssar) coneniencet. I have alto four for the plaintiffs. other tracts would ten tour of Kugland, Scotland and been in bed for four, months or more and The young couple had been married on8 J HAXSHURRV WEST, Hyattsville the continent, including France, Ger- had to be carried to the ly a few months and resided two miles L,ntlis, many, Italy, Switzerland, ivc, landed in The case of little Johnnie Mount, who south of this place. They had started A3STD York Sunday and arrived home laNew was badly injured in tho same wreck, to Humside to visit some relatives and As Executor of the late W II Ilraxdale, I will e night. Her party was under the at hit hue residence in Lincoln county, Ky , near was continued by the railroad. Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, were warned by several parties not to Morcl.iud,on of an oxpeiienccd lady tourist, attempt to cross the creek, hut Mr. The Somerset Hornet says Tim who knew exactly what was to be seen Tuesday, October 1st, formerly of this place, but who Chestnut, knowing the ford well, did Cedar and Locust Posts. was a most pleasant and and the trip not heed the warning. It was about 7 Sell at public sate, the ett lie of said Ilradale con now keeps tho llrinkley House bar, skot We will carry a full stock of everything found in a sisting in part of Lumber Yard. prolltable one. o'clock when they reached the ford, ' Thr.e:i;cd and one ci1idk mule, tome cows, A. C. SINE, riutiness Maotger. John Jones, colored, who threw rocks at one yearling filly, four hcifcrt, tun tlccr cave,' ,ma !l VL'ri' s,t'l'l' ,mnK on uol VICTn.TY." CITY AND himwhenheattemptedtoput him out P "B one short horn bull, fanning implements corn, ' Hiey drove in and before they oits and hay, stock scales in Moreland, 1'kI, in of the saloon for misbehavior. "Tho!e"'1'8Danville & 1IuMoi.m11. Turnpike Company, thrte 94 miles the shortest, A ilw more Fruit Jars and Cans at A. hours quickest between .( stock ball struck the negro wpiarely in the b- - woru nwaro of the wnter hein so h'K ' shares bluck sinitin Hole National Jlank, of Dan li shop arid lot in Millegeville, illc; A. Warren's ".Model Grocery." hide served j ,mJ completely covered the buggy. A Lincoln county, Ky domen, but his alligator-liksums over ten New OrTerms: I'or and when Kcntleman went down to the creek this dollars, credit otpersonalty for all tt Foil Salu Valuable town property. to protect his ut 6 per three months t inornliiBiim! c?oiilt just see tho top of cent, per annum from date; note withatiprovtd seKWaiUMiL'K'Hfll A lot improved or a lot unimproved. J. ho unbuttoiuil hi pinto tho liulIetdro.-curity, nccotltble and payable In llmtonvillc It. Wanen. ped out, only having penetrated his, thu 1,llW ""a thu ,t'n,! ll0r' bating in Naticnal Hank Said blacksmith shop and lot Entire Trains Run Through Without Change, interest from tils- - tlus wak'r- - The creek was dragged and u ill be sold on credit o six months, specified, and date, ote and tccurity as above forget that the Old Kentucky clotliing. Jones was lockod up for Don't THROUGH CAR SERVICE. They were Icin also retained on said property to secure the orderly conduct and drunkenness. Mer- - h(iiU bom'8 wt'ru Oct. ist. 1869. Route will run a ,$10 excursion to Old popular young people, the lady purchase money. This II. nilOWN, Executor. Train No i, Pullman Iloudoir fluff, shon was taken before Judge Parker onjll",te 58 Point Thuisday. et Sleeping Cars, Cincinniti to New Orleans ' 0,,1.v JiBlter of Dr. S. ... a charge of shooting with intent to kill, . " Chaltanimifa to Shreeport. Train Ne. j, Pullman Iloudoir llufTet Sleeping The interment Alk'. ol ,,,i8 I'lSKsr line of Candles ever in this butthotestimonyintroducedinthecase Public Sale of Land and Personalty, Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati anue cemetery to Jacksonville and Knoxville. Sleepers St. Louis l'ce maiket, just received at A. A. Warren's showed concluilvely that tho act w.,s " toNev. Orleans via M. .V O. The Somerset Fair, which commences An Kxecutors of R. W. Givent, dee'd, we will slII and the case was "Model Grocery." done in at public auction to il e highest llddcr on Tuesday, piomises to bo tho best ever accordingly dismissed." Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 188) Ivoaiui reduced to ?."i and cottages to held here. Already a number of strang- Thursday, Oct. 10th, 1889, till the close of :i a week at Hide's Well Tiik accident on the K. 0. proves more ers have arrived and ijuite a lot of stock. ItICA.D UP. reicAP At hit late resilience in Lincoln county, Ky , two the season, Sept. il.'ld. A. L Spoonn serious than our first information show- About 100 head of cattle from the counTRAINS NORTH. miles ta'tof bhelby City, the follow Ins 'IKAs souru ..No. tracts of Land' Mo. 41. No. j. No. 4. No. 6. 1. No. 5. No 7. ed. Tho passenger car attached to a ties of Lincoln and Mercer are on tho more. STATIONS. I Daily. 130 Acres lown as the McHoberts and Shel . Lim. Dailv. Daily IFast freight jumped tho track on a curve grounds. Some of the running horses by land, situated on Hie M.inlurd anil Knoli L.tck Daily E, Sun, Daily. Daily. Ex. Sun. Daily. Ex. Lim. Daily. I.i in. Lim. Tin: Waddle Hros. base ball club con. K Denny's. rv 6 40 a m 6 41 pm 1035 a m 330pm Silver Creek have arrived ami the balance will be turnpike, i:.it of A. 9 1; a in 4 03 pmi Stop m 7 53 a idiLvc... .Cincinnati down. Tho Hornets, of about a mile this sido of tinues to go b 30 a m ....... w iiuamsiawiiw. c 5 13 a m 31 p in A tract ol 84 Acroa, belne n part of &ie 9 53 a m 547 pm1 930pm apparent causo and tinned over here Kvery speed ring has 4 10 a in 7 14 a m a 38 p in Georgetown Somerset, gave them an unmerciful de- without Helm place, situati-- on I'owell Iano with n1o 1059 a m 7 01 pm.1039 pm 10 a m Lexington. 3 48 a m 4 13 pm ; 00 a m Ii 10 p in as an embankment. It was fuller been tilled with good horses and a treat a right nt way to Stanford and Knob Ltik pile, ii 30P m 7 35pmio33pm feat last week. We said they coutdn't down Lve....Lou. S. R. R. ..Arr than usual of neoplo and eveiyone was is in store for all who attend. ..Lve. llurgin A tract nf 1O0 Acres of well timbered knob Arr.... play ball. W hue Oak. land, situated on more or less injured. An old lady, Mrs. llurgin... ...Arr 355am 310pm 5 50 a m o 30 p m iJ 32Pm 8 43 pin J a a in 11 17 am Lvc CHURCH AFFAIRS. am 1031pm uanvuie pm 3' JunuK Vaknon's quartet. ly court was Moore, of Lee Summit, Mo., was serious. ti 30 pm t 59im'ij 16 a in 11 45 am First two tracts are in a high state of cultiva 5 jo a m Junction City.. lilan 3i S3 p in 530am 10 10 pm 15 9 to p m is 30 tion, well fenced and unimprotcd. 'in session yesterday with 27 cases on tho ly hurt internally and will likely die, .. .Somerset I 00 pm 05 a m 35 p m a 1 03 830am 300pm Rev. Starling Standi held a revival Terns made known n day of sale. ,. ...Oakdale . .. 4 35 am s 5 am 4 15 a m 935 pm 11 sa in 650 pm docket, the most important of which was while n colored woman had her arm at tho Jellico Baptist chinch which reJ. G. W. J'. GIVENS, Exars 8 aj a m 10 d m'Ar'v. Chattanooga.. .L've riopm 7 js a m 406 a m 1000 pm ,Ar v a 00a m 7 35m. m 700pm I. ve...(.nattanooga & Johnson vs. Spencer broken and another a pieco of glass forc9 ion that of Glass At the name time and place, as surviving partner in conversions. sulted 4 47 am oa p in o 49 p m nf the firm of K. V. Givcns Son, I will sell pub m L've... jlirmingham 3 00 pm joopin Hubble, which drew a number" of wit- ed through hers. Chap Martin, a neph- -' 45 p m,n 45 P The Paris Keutuckian says the date licly all of tht- txrtonalty owned by said firm, con. o ami Tuscaloosa. 08 run via m nesses from thoKingsvilleneighborhood. ew of Mrs. A. D. Underwood, was cut in of the meeting of tho W. C. T. U., at sistiiinrinclpilly ol 3 work Mules, 40 to 00 pin,., Ar'v. .Mcndiin .. L've 11 35 pur 13 am 3 3Cpm mires, j nice young saddle Morses, 14.yeur.old t r v, New Orleans.. Le C 30 a in 00 a It was not tried yesterday. the face and James Totten, of this coun- Hopkinsville has been changed to Sept. harness mare suitable for a lady tu drive, trace Meridian Ar'v 9 40 pm 3 10 a m L'e r'tlly by Duke Mare by Wardance, Ar'vl 6 lop ml. 910am L've.. Jackson ty, considerably used up. A. Tribble, I illy by l.eonatus and 1 3 jcar-ulof Montrute, 111 as am L've....Vicksburg. 400pm. .. Tiik unusual spectacle of a witness tesof DanII. Tucker, a prominent nice tiruod Marrs; 6 yearling Cattle, 4 yearling Dr. II. of Junction City andT.D.Knglish, .. .... v... ...v.i.wv 1005 am.. iS 11 Calves, 6 fancy bred tifying in tho sign language and otheis firm a Hilfers, S iirade hreveport .. 8 30P m Ar v ville, wero also bruised, but 0. M. Jones, Southern Baptist minister, fell from a Cows, all registered; S Hogs, and 74 in language, just as unintelligible to tho this county, was uninjured. Tho train window at Atlanta Sunday and received Shorthorn Crops, consisting of 90 acres of Corn, Train No. 1, Pullman Iloudoir lluflet Sleeping Cars, New Oileans to Cinclnnatf Shoals; the liny, both timothy and clover, and Oats in stack Court, was witnessed hero Saturday. TraiNo'fi, PiiUman Iloudoir lluffet Sleeping Can iNew Orleans to Cincinnati consisting a complete set of Farming Implement, men 6ay that they wero running not fatal injuries. ChatUnooja to Cincinati Mower, a Vrof. Argo, the accomplished SuperinTrain Ne 8 Pullman Iloudoir and t nffet Sleeping Car Sleeper from Knoxville to and Sleepers Hev. J. M. Bruco has decided to no of McCorinlck Hinder and Planter, Hay Kale, Cincinnati, to Cincinnati, via V. A A. and E. T., V. AJG. Waitous and harness. Corn Dumb Asylum, over 15 miles an hour and with the usutendent of thu Deaf and FRANK v. WOOLLEY. Trav Pass, Agt I.exingtori, Ky. t Jlarouche and Duel: al caution necessary on the long down cent the call from thu Glasgow IJaotist Cider Mill, Harrows, Ac., Pass, and Tkt. Agi D. G. EDWARDS, Gen'l W. r.filVENS. IOHN C.GAULT, General Manager, board. interpreted tho former and Uobeit Fen Cincinnati Ohio, ; church and will preach at Crab Orchard grade. T. D. English, Auctioneer. Eel tho latter. . ... . b...w.iuww......b I. , No. 1 Superior Wheat Drills for naif. M. Drnce. ' " i i t, T. R. WALTON e Dealer I i J , m-ii- i ,. ,..,,.! 8j-l- b r, e . ..,,., I - Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c, to-da- ' f ... MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS, ' Cor-i'A'tE- , -. -- m STANFORD, EYv ... Executor's Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. C, I 1 -.. Lyj i ' r ....n.. 1 - Fruit Jars, Tin and Stoneware of the I .,",.., n 24th, lands. Prod-hea- d . ., I hli,-ht- school-hous- e ,.,,,,, i- j Prices Always Reasonable. T. I Farm of 00 .yrar-ul- d Land, -r""" cef ... ' 1 P"o - 1 u-l- The Great Remedies 1 ! 1 ... le 6o-t- Williamsburg, RENT. Ho Co BXJPOSY, Courier-Journa- ... FOB. SALE Brick House and MERCHANTTAILOR FALL AND 11 WINTER GOODS. I FARM FOB. SALE I r, le 510.-00- SINE & MENEFEE, Shingles, Etc., B3CIHTOS DOORS three-mout- E0UGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, court-liQiH- e. -t Exooutor's Sale. chap-eron.ig- ... 3SASH, 10 Mer-sho- '89, PATENT WIRE AND SLAT FENCE, first-clas- s - . e 'grub-grinde- r' int-ie- wwyqa down. 1 Cincinnati and leans. .i i I South-Houn- '"' , d lI-e- . i I I Her-c- v 1 i 1 1 111 1 i d 1 ., Ar - 1 1 1 1 111 4 ., 1 year-ol- M 1 d A ! . Cous-an- ' , . -i North-Houn- 1 1 Jack-wnvil- le 1 . 37-- td ','&- - ' vA ,iA -- tMkjfi r: .i5tt 40. vs. Afik , , 4. X;9ylyT PJJfPWWf1? - fi Interior Journal THE GENTLER SEX. Traders. Horsemen and Stockmen ot the counties Marion llovlt, Lincoln, Warrard and W.Mhlii( Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public ton win nnn alltlie nevvi relating to matters of in Largo bonnets aro things of tho past. Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. terest to the lead Eel green, a lovely bluish shade, is tho I Central Kentucky, latest. each vvcek,$tper vear Sena $ ictus and try it for three months Tho brims of sailor hats are very Is a Candidate for County Attorney, subject to Man.iKcr, Danville, Addreisll U llj) le, llun ,cu Ky 15 the action of the Democratic party narrow. IDEAS FOR DRESS. 01 m MISS KATE 1IOGLE Semi-Week- ly gMLsssLsfe BCSTsssss'By.vi N WSmm A Mrs. Henry Ward Boochor wears cloth gaiters of tlio old congress pattern. ' Published Evory Tuesday and Friday Many a woman is export with crayons AT who is not skillful in drawing tea. Lady Duffcrin intends publishing rem$12 XMCR. YJCAR.IN ADVANCK The newest rec s a dull shade called iniscences or' her experiences in India. charged." aWWhen not to paid $2.60 will be Eiffel rouge. Among Mine. Christine Nilsson's malToques grow smaller, and aro moto adies is an almost entire loss of hearing. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Sirs. Uenry Oeorgo is a Roman Cath- worn thau over. Black silk stockings are in good taste Train leaves ItowUnd at 7:00 a. m , returning olic, Her only sister is a Sister of Chartvlth any kind of a dress. ity in St. Louis. at 4130 p.m. Ribbon baudetmx and metal fillets for The new Duchess of Portland has re L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. fused to permit her photographs to bo ihocoitluroare much worn. Tho Sir Joshua fichu grows in opu-trit- y ia ji p m oilered for sale, Mail train going North South 3'Pm and in fashionable favor. Mrs. Gertrude Atherton has retired to 57Pm Express train " South North Large, looso bishop sleeves of laco are 37 am a convent near Paris to gather material 630 Local Freight North for a new novel. frequently seen on silk bodices, South. J JSP nt The latter trains also carry passengers. "Capctine" is tho namo that tho French "Earth has nothing tnoro tender than The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar a woman's heart when it is tho abode of givo to all largo low crowned hats. time is about 10 minutes faster piety." said Luther. Shoes nro worn both pointed and Mrs. Lucetta Medbury, Mrs. Zachariah square, but pointed ones nro the more in Chandler and Miss Brush, of Detroit, vogue: each have over $1,000,000. Palo bluo is fashionably combined with While- she is making new dukes, the dark green, and palo green with dark queen is anxious to ruako Princo Henry, blue. of Battcnberg, duke of Kent. Epaulettes and shoulder knots grow The queen of Slam wears one and a more and more fashionablo as tho season lialf inch boou. ' They aro all uiado with advances. low heels and avcrago $10 a pair. Tho dressiest hats nro mado of tulle, Mrs. Oliver, of Athens, Ga., is 87 years lace and silk gauzes over very slight of age, and she does not remember to wire frames. have ever taken a drink of water. White laces aro restored to fashionaMrs. Bloomfleld Moore, of Philadel- ble favor, but black and colored ones arc phia, is one of tho wealthiest American also in vogue. widows. Sho makes her homo in LouTho popular hat of tho passing month don. is tho light sailor hat of straw in any Helen Newell, James R. Garfield's color preferred. fiancee, is young, tall, graceful and dark, Combinations of green and bluo aro and will have a comfortable fortune of very fashionable, but one' or tho other her own. color must bo very dark. Tho queen's favorite beverage was The soft silk sash is the boon of tho This tiavvder never vane. A marvel purity. rice champagne, but by order of her passing season to women who must wear More economical atrencth and wholesomeness. than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold in physician sho is now obliged to drink thoir gowns of last summer. competition with the multitude of low test, short whisky instead. Sunshades in bright yellow or dull red weight, alum or phosptutcpowders. Sold only in Mrs. Mary J. Holmes will make her iilk aro mado very becoming to the cans. 18 106 Wall street. New York. travels tho subject of a series of parlor bearer by a lining and flounce of black readings to bo given in her own resi lace. dence next fall. v ioiet tinted Venetian crupalinc forms There aro four ladles' cricket clubs in ' an oxqulsite toilet for a 4 o clock tea. the west end of London, and there are Gold embroidered bands look dainty on DENTIST. said to be some very dexterous players ( ,,e ijiac silk blouso and petticoat. e Office on Lancaster street, opposite among tho mombers. r Stanford, Ky. Bodices of bright cashmere are worn According to a London correspondent at the seaside with plaid mohair and tafMrs. Joseph Chamberlain is tho most feta silk skirts. Tho Freparatorj Ddpartmsnt of Centre College. popular woman tho United States has are as elaborate as thobodices and sleeves skirts aro plain. I yet sent to England. Tho ostrich plume covered parasol is Next Session will Begin Sept. 11, in Carlotta, in Belgium of Mexico, lives the very latest freak in sunshades. Some a castlo in seclusion. Her aro seen with plumes half a yard long, iSSo. Full courw of study, both English and hair is quite white, but otherwise she from tho top to tho edge of the canopy. , . Classical, iiisiriii'iiuu csuctuny auuiuru iu he , , pare yoiinj: men for the Freshman Class A liber- - "9 " Cliangeil in years. all of al English education is furnished to any one who' m,. empress nf Germany Is to havo a In Tho gigot or legwith mutton sleeve, the ouo piece, and may not desire t. tike the classical course. Terms its fullness at moderate. JAMES II. Walton, Principal, I special body guard composed of twenty- - top wrinkled around the arm, Is tho 33 "'":""'"'' four of tho largest men in the Prussian growing favorite with the Paris dressarmy and commanded by an ofllcer and makers. I JOSEPH II. PAXTON HARRY A. EVANS W. F. McCLARY rr.pV'of ADVOCATE, tw ... ".. "-- FOR SALE! cles A. M. Fcland has ijoml Milk Cows for sale, all I a Candidate fur Surveyor of Lincoln county, subject to the Democratic Primary Klectiou, to bo thoroughbred Shorthorn, with 10 dysld, held October 19, iS4j having had calves within 14 hours of dill other A ood chance to jet a tfood cow and a thsruttif h bred bull calf chrrp Also hue some nice young bulls ready forsemcc, Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public A. M. Hi LAND, 37 School", subject to the Democratic Primary F.lcc Stanford, Kv tien to be held In October J. T. VHKmum STTTTOXT !'.' ' siT&xri&itit:' cSj 1IY "riiTiuj . .v CO., i-- i W. L. DAWSON ject to the lotion Is a Candidate for Imlur of Lincoln Couutv, sub' ot the Democracy. I For Sale I i is - an n ,! v Are st 'l i ! k ,n We hve a lull thins l'i tb t'n.l, - a of i. kliiJ. nuu Rohes Csm is since of Ci.eof every lecr pi,iii Hur hn'e, which is nearly-neflsn he o' t h '. slort notice Mr J II Orcen hatch tit, h',iii uiness and will show our goods t nv vit ,ui!mv iithiii( In ni r llllf ilftf till OTIS P. NEWLAND Is a Candid tie for laller of Lincoln Countv. sub ject to the action oflhe Democracy. , with to sell my farm of M a, res situated 011 the Lancaster pike two miles from Stanford Hie land is all in jruss; .1 comfortable dwelling of 4 rooms is situated upon it Will sell at a bargain O. A IHiS'LDICT, Stanford 4t STANFORD pleaed wife I't then ROLLER" MILLS RIM ssv'tOsi SAM M. OWENS Is a Candidate for re.elcntion as Jailer of Lincoln county, sublect to the action of the Democratic - S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VMRNON, Jv V. Office next door to Whitehead's Druf More. Spscial attention giten to dueatet of children ;?-t- All perxins ivishiw a pleasant life and well u I'aicnt Flour made at Stanford Koher Mills Call for it at your sro-c- er , snd if they not got it on hand, ure them to krep u or vet ar order from them and I will i an get it at the Ml guarantee a pleasant lie X and interesting oJ utnl) V I'M ITS. Superintendent P"f. G. S. CARPENTER sub- f. CRESS & DIARIST, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Mt. Vernon, Ky. retpondtncrsoli, ited, Coal and Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, ject to the aulon of the Democratic party Sails, Shingles and Shoes For Si!e, limbsr l.tnjs ami Farms fur sale, Cor; 44 POWDER Ten Thousand Flat Kails acd 10,000 Poplar Shingles, I have on hand Men's, Women's Mistes' and Is n Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of Children's Shout, made )v Alter. Forwo! & Co. the Lincoln County Democracy. which I will sell nt the ery low est and Mundclle, prices t hate bought them and they must be sold My stock is complete and thutc who want bargains can cet them uy raiting. I mean husl-es- s. W C Ii.UI.r.V, Turnersville. laa Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the Democracy. J. N. 3IENEFEE ivery, ' W11ssV Feed k and Sale l,iSSSsTrm tablt rv (Yyr!ltMY E. O. KENNEDY 31. mA7v ! I '1S.1SSST"! Absolutely Pure F. ISrlnklcy ofthe Court of Appeals, JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished, House. class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day ami night Trains are met by Polite Porters ol this Popular 0T-t- lif subject to the action of the Democratic party, Elcc.ion August, tin. Is a Candidate for Clerk llfllOflll " ibroun tl B ft BBAISA bu., rnu na. I FOR SALE OR RENT. Good 41 lirtt f. j , Good turnouts and aaddie'horse.alw.,. to, hire on reasonable terms London is the most conven- lent point on the railroad to reach places in the m the mountain tion of the Mate is doctor or teacher Apply to lloiuand I ENtabllslietl 1825. Attention, Coal Humeri. FOE XlTSTiTRAlTOaJ Fire Suitable for e (iood on lot D. L. STKI'IIKNSON, Maywood, Ky Lot at Maywood school-hous- THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor er court-hom- I keep on hand a No. I rjualitv of Jcllico. Lily On Dwellings, HoumIioM Furniture, Smres, Merchandise, A , apply t j the old and Nut Coal in uiy yard Leave your orders at Yard or S S Mers storu aad they will be attend cd to promptly. J. U. IIIGCINS, Pennsylvania Insurance Co. Starford. Ky. 6j Lightning clauses atU' he I and damajes paid Kifty one Acres of No. i whe trier nre cntuet or nit GEO H HRL'CF., Agent. 17 .and tor sale, lauoncr address A. K. Denny, ShrlIby City, Ky. No Hotel In Keatu ky hat a anJ Its propr.et,,r Isleternlns shall lie maintained i tht repulstioa, FOR SALE. He ha recent!) aided to Its appointments sS-- tf Pool and Billiard ParlorH A First-Clas- For lyon S&lo Fublioly. ' 1, WOOD 4 jlj WALLA6E, I - s - Llvory Stablo Ma In; located in Pallas, Texas, and eipvctlnic to make it my home dur.ng l.fe, I will sell public .Man's Outfittor Fourth Avenue, To accommodatKe demands of bis increased transient patrnnige, llet Turnouts furnished Commercial I'raielcrs and others FEMALE COLLEGE ! Modern Progresive School, be- - Where your daughters will lie taugnt how to come true wojicn, as well as thoroughly instructed In Literature, Science, Art Address .. . .... & JYIUSIC. 43 REV. C POPE. President, Mrs. S. C. TRUEHEART, Lady Principni, Miller jurg, Ky. lJOlLTfLP)p: THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. Send for I J.T.PATTERSON.Pnes. Catalogue foloRj.B. SKINNER, pnm. PlL miles l: orongh from I,oiii.ll, t rd. AND NORMAL mm SCHOOL, ANCH3RAQE, IT. initruetloii Huh Ktunilinirof ncliiilur'lilp Mini Klri, t iliurnrtrrl?.". all ilrp.irtnicut. Trruis-lmatuition fuel, lights, etc , l'i.iifur tru ui iiillis Nw puplln riTeltril nt au tim FulT corps of teclii-r- : illcl,i MISS JJltnilNt two sergeants. The mother of Mr. Louis Stevenson accompanied him and his wifo on their ' long voyage in tho South seas. Mrs. Stevenson has returned to Edinburgh, but her son has started for another J car 8 Cruise. p,r.OJc. r.T,l.tl. ,,i.- pn nnn t.lU,iCaa AAVVWiVA -- UVV1 C3 AlUfWV u .! uernian government. mi $ar "OI" u, to her by tho Duchess 1110 fortune left of Galliera brings her in 12,000 a year, and ' sho has n Ufa interest in the trust estate ' of her husband. In all sho has about 70,000 a year. Miss Mary E. Uanchett, who died recently at Chittenango, N. Y., was the second woman graduato of an American medical college. Sho received the degree of doctor of uiedicino from tho Albany Medical college in 1849. Sho was a woman of great intelligence and force of character. Miss Kate Sanlwrn's farm at Mctcalf, Mass. , says The Boston Gazette, is unique. To tho piazzas of tho houso a cheerful ami homelike appearance has been by (lowers and vines, gay antique lanterns, odd and hospitable rocking chairs, tables and impossible foot stools, and within tho houso the same quaint furniture is used. I I j i k i-- 1 ! im-patt- The empire sleeve with a puff around My Farm Of 120 Acres, on the Turnerivillc the nrmhole, and like a coat sleeve and McKinney pike, iS miles from Turncmilte, is favored most by Worth, but in Lincoln county. The Farm has on it a coin barn, meat liuuse, Ac, a Worth is not the leader now that ho was fortuble well fenced with new cedar andtine cislocott tern: is in the past. posts and rails; in splendid repair, with ( stock water, convenient to churches, Rood With low shoes of bronze, black or schools and within 1S4 milesof McKinney, a starusset kid, silk stockings nro worn to tion on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad. 'I here Karm tnnfpli nrtliov nr.vr.lint.-ii- IrwItirL altmlou is not abetter ,.., ..., .. ......... ,.., consideration, in Liucolu county. taking sue into It will hate to ,rown or groot fluciy 8trLaw be irn to be appreciated. Sale to begin prompt of 0uei ly at m a. m with bright red, yellow or white. I will also sell publicly at t o'clock p m on the in McKinney. 'this day my Small hoops covered with red crochet samenice little House and Lotrooms, servants' room, Is a cottaae with 5 cord mako an excellent towel rack for veranda in front, side Horch, with a neserfsilln; house, back porch, country nouses, and tho making of them well ot tfooj water onand cowhouse meatadtertise I stable nffords a nico occupation for old ladies buggy house, to sell and when I say that, it goes, this property if only naif one bid on it. My terms are reaon the piazzas of summer hotels. sonable For further particulars see J. V. Given Old dresses and very plain and simple or DavL Alcorn, who lives on the farm, or Col Hall Andcrsun, ones can bo conrerted into dressy kowjib Sjj Main street, McKinney, or write 10 me 3n and Dallas, Texai. by tho addition of detachable plastcrns, K. T. YOUNG. tyretelles and waistcoats of various kinds, along with the use of sashes, collars, cuirs and scarfs, The late Paris dresses, according to Huriver's Bazar, havo elaborato bodices, boulTant sleeves, very straight skirts, no 'J3L.LTJ3 Gn,Vsc5 KOL'TJ-- ; bustle, and very short steels that nre al- . ... most InvWMe, whllo elfectlng the pur- - "THE SHUHTE5T ANU IJUlUKEbl HbUlt rr m poseof supiortiiijj tho back breadths of CENTRAL KENTUCKY the skirt. New York Sun. Tiall P ii.ts bo-lo- Tuesday, October hem-e, 1889, Louisville, never-falling Kentucky. 'THE (tALT FIOUSE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. lloteljis still maintain This eld and lug its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the tru eling public. M. V NtWCOMll, Prop., Mt Vernon, Ky. Sj-t- THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES i lllue-tiras- s S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- ING TO ROOMS. 0. H. arilOBERTS, STANFORD, KY. tl-n M. D., se TURKISH .V RL'SSI N 1IATHS IN MOTF.L I ,4-t- d Kentucky Central R.RJ"'- I Olficcou Lanciitrr Street, opoite Havins removed to this n,ai.e from t. incur, to ol the practice his profession, ritlls pub lie to the fact that he ill oe read) at all hours day or nli:M to anmrr calls in town "T country. Thirty years ofhli lite were spent in Slsafsrd and he deems it unnecessary to speak tl his ability as ph)slclan and urfem A share uf th patron- sivumj tne people 01 oianioru Courl-Hou- A P P. ,.au G. A. BENEDICT c& CO., mat. SftrXV rsSlHfJ sw p 2 w to -1 Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, SeRE srTlissssW M " ro K C3 tf STANFORD. KY Weill drilled to order and I'umpt turimhd factory prices. OMVir CURIOUS o THINGS OF LIFE. UQMU, FAST W. PRICE, lT.ieh:. ! t CKAll ORCHARD, Dealer In hiltoist KV. FASHIONS FOR MEN. Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Scots, Shoos, Clothiu. Hardware, Qustens-warTinware, Furniture aid a Conoral Line of Crocerlos, r All kinds of Fancy Candle., Crvs 'lies &.. Prluc taken In exclnn;e for yo.xls. tures. Tho wearing of suspenders when the All persons ktiowinj thcmitlvei to be indebted sash is assumed is tabooed as illustrating of Itichards, eitltvr for goods or seis-nto M. colls, wlllsase trouble by scttlin; aure tth James a lack of confidence verging on the Frye, ns I hate put them in hit hands for sttU-menhumorcequc. M. L. RICHARDS. 41 Waist belts aro sometimes worn under tho sashes to givo nn additional assur-nnc- o HARRY A. EVANs, nud to secure a looser and less bindCHEMIST," ANALYTICAL ing effect of the sash. Tho lino of tho fall styles of neckwear STANFORD, KY will be generally quieter, 60 far as color Engineering- and Surveying in and pattern is concerned, than tho scarf-ing- s all branches. at present the vogue. The Windso te, either tied in a butterfly bow or folded without being pressR. B. ed and tied in cravat form loosely, is the particularly "propah capah" with u jSOCCCsSOR TO s t. - Settle With James Fryc. The strict rules of outing nttire preclude tho wearing of tho sash with a starched shirt. Tho bizo of the 6carfs will bo in nowise diminished. Tho huge puff scarfs will be more popular than in tho early spring. Tho signs vou. indicate that tho dark backgrounds in scarfing will predominate to a greater extent than last season. The extra wide Ascot will 'enjoy tho popularity presaged by the success it has had this season in tho light weight tex- A dentist in Ycrlc, Pa., extracted a lady's thirty-twteeth all she hnd at a single sitting. schoolboy at KingstThere is said on,- N. Y., who 6tudioa hard and commits his lessons to memory well, but If lie goes to sleep forgets all that ho has learned. Ward Stoking, of IiufTalo. has discovered his biatt'r, who with him, in childhood, was abducted alid loft by a mysterious loatman on Ward's Island. The couple never met since. Chan ChuSing, a converted Chinaman, has been licensed as a local preacher in tho Methodist Episcopal church, and will engage in mission work among his own to-lc- a S6$L WiESTrANp. LINE & No 1. mm HlVM ffq -- ? v I. 31. HKl'CE, rSSD STABLE, BETWEEN Willi iSSo SALS- - AND feAlW (v.vfiti' u u St sf -- LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. ia, No. Daily 35 p m p 111 4J 4 oJ p in p in1 5 40 p m 0 jo 4. STANFnllD.KY SPF.CIU. AITI.NIION travelers Onh ) iffigf' 1 11 s SCHEDULE IN 1IFFKCT MAY South-Houn- I No 6 Kx Horses and muU i.or.-s.ii.- tOMMKltf IAL 'jiitiht an ssld 1 K Sun.) Sun. I'm. p m p ra p m m P m tir.t-cU.- ss ' 'e- - d n tr EBKlflH d 3. 2. I.ve Cincinnati .. 8 to a m 8 co Lve Cosiniton..., S 30 am1 So; a Le Falmouth.... tio to a mi y 17j oiio Arr l'aris Arr Lexington- -, 12 CO p w II oo II zo a m Lsc Paris Arr Winchester.. i a 05 p m ' AUo t!ent f'it '"le WALTER A.WOOD HARVESTING CO. Arr GEOGEGHAN, THE M'MICHAEL, HATTER, GU4TH AVI5NUE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. The Nobbiest m InLluditi); tliu Ever brought to th city ol world-reiiown- KHOX & JOHH B. STETSON & at Stick of L e, & Tflost Stylish now open 9 CO'S. HATS And also my own ir.iport.aion uf Kulish Hats and C'Ji An elegant line I Canes and Lyon's Km Celebrated Umbrellas utiva) nn hand neglige shirt With evening dress, of course, tho sash may bo worn. With tho sack dress coat colors arc pormlssablo, but a black is considered the best form when the swallowtail is donned. Several now I'ariiian bows r.re bidding for favor at present. Tho fact that the bucklo bow, however, is n Yankee creation, and 1ms ju3t about run ita course, seems to have been forgotten by tho importers. That thero will beany number of Tcck and puff scarf J sold, however, when tho bowildoring number of novel and beautiful styles which will bo put on tho inurket Is considered, goes wltlumt saying. Gothic? r.r.d Furui3her. Cum-berbuu- d SEAL siJeof city SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Gloves and other Kurs a speuialty Order out , perfc t au-'.- i' tior guarau teed. Don't lad to order a NUllUY HA1 i i Recent importations contain in their number a bar pin act with eight upright rows of diamonds varying in sizo each way from the center, Jeweler's Ueriew, .ir. Lexinston.. 5 20 P people in Los Angeles, Cal. Henry Ncwshom, a venerablo member No. 3. No. t. 0.5. of the Carlisle, Pa., bar, was seized with an attack of vertigo recently, during I.ve I. Kingston. . 5 00 a in l.e Ilerca. which he swallowed his false teeth He Arr Richmond.. 10 5 a m tj45 a in .1. .i. .............i.. aC ,......1 Shutting ...,..., ,J USWUilLU nt...i.i.... IU UV.HII. It".ve fitllI.forj 7 00 a in 7 40 a A chiropodist will henceforth bo at-- ( '.,e 9 45 a in tached to every German regimeuL This :i,--4-to a in' 3 40 p in may seem rather odd, but keeping sol- -, Arr Winchester".' 3 3' p in 7 1; a m p in 7 4 a in 4 10 diers' feet in order is one of tho most, A'lA'"'- -Lve Lexluzton 3 45 p ill 7 1)0 a ni 3 45 P m important elements of successful war. .. I',,,. 8 53 a in I 35 4 J p P"i Lve Falmouth in All olfnnslvn trmilr mltwl nn I30 p 111,109 '3 a in 5 07 p ra ArrCo meton. l 7 so p m J$ a ', ment in tho deiwt at low Oxford. Arr Cincinnati . 6 43 P unto 45 7 HP m Adams county, Pa., a few days ago. On On iheMaysville Hranch, No 9. leaves Purta at being opened it was found" .to hold la- 8 00, a and No. 11, at 5 43, p in, arriving at Maytvilleat 10 15, IC to, p dles' favouring apparel well soaked with lenvcsMaysvilIv.it a in, and 8arrivingm. No. at at Paris 5.15 a in, uapthalino to keep off moths. 7 40, a 111. No. 11 lerfvrs Maysville at I 10 and p in. These trains are at A farmer near Parkersburg, W. Va., arrives Paris at 4 05, daily except Sunday. claims that ono of his mules was scared No 43 leaves Lcxincton 10 oj am; arrives Paris to death by lightning. The lightning ri.Ue,XcV?..S,rI 5 15 pm;arrivt Falmouth : oxcot t Sunday. knocked down a 6hed under which the 7 w N Falmouth, 600 mule was standing nnd tho animal started nati 7Wse except btindav, am; arrie Cincin- am; to run, und kept 1. up until it dropped .Vo" leaves Cincinnati 1 jo a m; arrives mouth 103011 in; Sunday nnlj. dead. ' No. jj leaves Falmoutli 4 15 nt; arrives Cin- Tho most forgetful voung man in Sny- - cinnati 6 ij p m j Sunday only. Train Notes: No, t runs ilaily heteen'Lexlng. dir county, 1 a., recently went to town trtn ;iml Cincinnati. No runs Umly betwo.n tviiii ma uusi, gill, uuu wuou tuo limo v- iiuiiinaii anu i.tMingion 6 Sin. 2 came for his return, actually left with lor pointsand themakeN connections at Winchester V M. V. Uy N nn beNo 4 nukes this cnnectionat Lexington. out her and proceeded several miles IMPORTANT -- Trnlnsof this line now arrive fore ho happened to think that ho had at and depart front the Central Union Passenger forgotten something. Station Cincinnati, malms connections for all points North, I'.ait and Bolivia lias ono of tho most interesting Through tickets and kinase checked to any destinatinn rescheil by a railroad. exhibits at Paris. It is a practical and p any natural sizo model of u lead mine a K.For full HKuhrs address S. I". agent ol the Co. 11. MORSE. H. 1IACON, famous ono out of which many largo lravabu Pass's'r Ant., Ceu'l Ins'?'rAit, Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky fortunes liuvo been made. The ontranco ILL HUNTINtiTuN, Oaner.il 51 to it is through a special pavilion, erect.rNliRVL OFFICE.S ed by tho Ikilivfun government. Chamber of Commerce lluildmg, Clnrinnati, O 111 North-Hound. Arr Arr I.ve Arr Arr Lancaster..., StuiforJ Richmond . 11: Hichmond..., 1 4 4 js p in o p in 5 .'.'.!.'.'. o 30 p in 7 30 P n 5 Old P Ky. Eoite N re a 3 45 P 111 00 P in N.AM Cc Ell Only one Night out to New York. Slid Vestii'uled Trains tn ,. ;""' 111 Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Now York, Passing all the Famous Viiainia Spruits I y d.iv liht and arrmni; at Ol IVint t' nifuri and the Sea Shore the next aitcrnonn Lffcct July 1, Time Card I 111 1 I 111 VisStfo---' v Lm ssVsssyW) Hsxsannmssi " jti.iSjiinl f cr f f- - 5 WM. ADAMS 4 & - SON, KY T 111 1111 KASTW'ARI. Lve Stanford . F.nt.Mail F.i.tVes Kxpre-- . I).lil Kx Sun Pally Fj-,Kxprt'-Dail- r ROADWAY, " Lexington ill 45 am' "" Winchester, ....... !u j pin1 L'. Junctioa.. 0,1 pis, " K. " Mt. Sterling i" ': jun 1 1 lis 6 jo pm 6 jS pin 31 n'n 1 7 .11.1 am 7 a 10 am i LGXINGTON, ztr7 YJjjT " ' Presiuii . ' Olive Morehead Hill Arr White Sulphur Cttleltslurif ' Huntington Ashland 7 40 pm1 S ;i am q 101m 10 pm I 43 pm in 3) am 1 o am 4 01 pm o 05 pm to 40 pm 1 t pm 6 jo Jim 10 pin 1 4 pm a 5.) pm a jo am 13 pm 1 3 oj jj Pal-do- " " ' " " ' " . Charlottsville. . . Washington Ihlilmurc Philadelphia New York Rlehniond, Va... OUIPoliitComfurl Norfolk fi 11 rxi ami 4 oj am a 50 pm 8 10 uni 3 33 pm .t 118 mil 6 pmiii jo uni 9 it) pm 1 .upiu a 40 pm 8 o' urn it am 111 jj pm f. Av- COMPANY j 6 jk m J 0 pm 11 6 35 pm u ,j jo .1111 11 CREAM racus vaivf -- ya1- RclurnuiKt fust Ycalibulud fimn Nlw oikulid all eastern points arrives ut NYinclirster 4 ( p in and l.tixlntton 4 17 p m staily. Fust mad Imiii lliiininlnii and all point ut arrive WiiilIk", 't. tir vvpt biinday Fast express from iluii'injjti.n, Lexii k'uu Parkersburg and Winding arrive 10 at p in daily Olive Hill acciniino'l.iiioii oiHve Wincltesier 10 a m, le tves I.eMiiian 7 10 a lit and I.oxirut"H 5 40 p in, Winchester 6 40. For tickets and Information wriifor iiiiplv to tl V. IIAKNLY, F.cki Agent yt. S A IIROMIILKH. I'r.lv P- aI L MURPin Ceril i'.ss ,it I esl tou, Kv J D YARRINUTON.jd V P 11 33 a ni and l.exinsjKMi 11 4 noon daily I wiml e: tSj I LEXINGTsMgY T Ml 1 iy V 'f ; ra.iniist .'' ri-- " ssssi y. ,x .