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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889091301 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. n Semi-Weekl- y ' h Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. NO. 6-- i VOL. XVII. OFF FOR A WEEK. 1 V McKINNEY. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. The vomit,' gentlemen pive a delight- ., ..... iv James" are dome a uood Tuesday evening and deserve ' t The fall meeting of the TransylvaThe J. Man at the Somerset Fair. much siicccr-H-. I miring business with their saw mill near this nia l'reshytery held their regular meetHeretofore have made a run to tho , , , ... ., maku nil. particularly,.,. ... Somerset Fair, spent a clay seeing sights the strangers, enjoy themselves and hav- - iiiiiuv. in1 ;un uimi iu nutv uii-ii-i . in ing here this week. Several of the members of tho and attended to wlint business tlielr wan inn lots of Pulaski's fairest to assist them our midst. now receiving Itevs. Hristow and Frishie cloaed a Knights of l'ythias of this nlace will at- in view ami returned reliietautly home. in entertaining, their Fifth Fair Hop meeting on Green Itivcr last Sunday tend a meeting of the Grand Lodge iu TIiIb year I found myself iuukin will ho thought of for many a day as an night with an organized church of ol Owcnsboro next week, for a "week oil'," and Sat- t... ........I.. nft.it. st itrltatltttlt(ft tvttll occasion hrllllaut iu the extreme ami ineinheis. Itevs. V. J. W'anl, tho pas-Col. J. V. Guest will probably soon : . were not " tor of the Haptist church at this place, part with another of his line race horses, l 111' UU11 Ui'Vi for a second wanting assisted by ltev. J. M. Sallee, will begin Hoh Jacobs. He will doubtless go to gonial Hob MeAlister to drive through Wednesday's fair was largely attended soon have every complete. lllly and a scries of meetings hero Saturday night,1 Louisville and command a handsome with lilin with hi and the show of stock better than the . At price. Sept. Nth. racers, Kittle Martha and Susie day previous. Kvery olllcer and directJohn McKinuey and Miss Annie j -- Next Monday will be county court 10 o'clock .Sunday, leu vIiik Sunday-schoo- l or was at his post and the clock-likin ood hands, wo set sail for the lam! work with which things moved was Williams and Shannon McKinney, of day. at which time our regular term of this vicinity and Miss Annie Hocker, of circuit court begins. The docket will where they heat the world on fair and commended on all sides. l City, doped from this place .embrace several important and play tolernhly fair base hall. A wool Cloths, The rare was a most interesting Junction night. I am unable to state ing cases. horse with pretty, keen lens will at- - one and live Cloths, heats hud to bo trotted. c., c. tlie route they took. Sulllco it to say It is stated that the principal of the .,, , tract attention anywhere and a circus ,., wii, . ... iiikiiii, ,i jiii miliumII.... uiiio, mwii they area jolly, nice set of young people public school "got iu his work" on two with a inenitKcrie attached .1ir l.uil tin. (lr.it Iu n lt..i,,u In., t.tl;,. , Misses Shoes success iu their day a greater sens ition than ,, the the ,ft ,,,, f ,, , , , , wh and we wish themand a loin: life of laud- or three of what boys called opening start hap and this is best able iindertakim: was the a good Quest on after question was asked did. (j to a prosperous school in yo olden time. piness and prosperity. ,,,,,,., , ,H f nndsomeo those not so well posted of w school Mr. J. P. Crow is contlned to his The College boys are getting in and A serviceable , asked wh ch was Uu.lK.or was either , Uy itli not dug else Urocele .' room with fever. Mr. W. It. George the peaceful, modest civilians are retirshoes sold. of then. Ten Jf r and wife, Mrs. Itehecca Jones, W. A. ing. Danville belongs to Danvilliaus to do it was !lU,t a pleasure to hear the , TlmrH,,aVi w , ,, blweBt see us. Flint ami wife, Mrs. Jennie McKinney, but two months iu the year and the rest Come jocular qiterric and we answered then lt, Mm Mrs. John S. Goode and children left of the 12 it belongs to the ''Cawiege notwithstanding tliey ran up country are here at this hour, 8 A. !., . . ... t I. . .. for Texas on the 10th. goes UlOUSailUS. vln..-,1,1,,.. rtl I nw I. open. on a six weeks' visit, theMrs. Goode make Uhovs." schools are now in full blast, Our others to , Mr. Sims', some 15 miles from town, ami Sllllll, terprise L. the city school, Centre College and preit. ....i..nl. .t ,t .tj.ltstlfiittl llltlftll llt the Lone Star Stale their home. Mr. " ami one thoroughly enjoyed by the citi .... i K. Tanner is receiving considerable paratory having been duly opened this ..irniimi'i o ivv. imreu iiy . .ens of this ami surrounding counties. wheat for his mill. Mr. Julius Saun- week. The latter institution opens Splendidly-cookeham ami chicken and There are beauties from a number of ders, made a staunch democrat, of Danville, with nu increased attendance of 15 or heat biscuits and a nice counties here, including that incompara- - Vji., We now has been visiting his sisterf Mrs. '.'0 pupils over last vear. would wlsu I.I.. I.jfi tln.t i1.1 I i.i.w.1. I.. L.utl.. ..rn..l as good a meal as an epicure ' Win. McIIugh, from Cumminsville, . to '"" horses thoroughly rested of. i. i. Mtsi- ltr.Hn lruit., ' .lufiiiut iinil- Kebocca Jones, whom he had not seen to sit ., If " .1 ..........I ... n.Mln for -, years. Mrs. Mary Albright, of Ohio, a hrakeman on the Cincinnati ami me tit jucm up, UeidI. Tin men are in clover knee llrodhead, after a two weeks' visit to Southern railway, fell from his freight Ulll 601 liail Weil mgll llliiuen ircniimiiii; liijiii mill If f li.i... iu t.li.ftii (iinliir flin her father at Middleburg, returned home train on last Tuesday at the end of the wnjitern horizon when we got to Science hrosd heavens where delight and con- KvntiH cut, near the depot, the wheels . on the 10th iust. Hill and thero we sought a good old "- - ,.."....,-We have selected " best passing over his body diagonally at tho Methodist brother, Goodwin, by name, erect possesses thst enviable distinction. hips, cutting him almost iu twain. He DRIPPING SPRINGS. keep us the night, him to and K. C. W. Overalls, $'C, was attended hy Dr. Fayette Dunlap, It was indeed a pleasant "travelers' rest" Dan Slaughter is out iu a huge handbe but lived only about 30 minutes. He and the downy beds, sweet with fresh MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. bill ottering everything he has at auction was about -- 5 years of age. feathers, afforded us a delightful night's and resiOwing to delay in shipment of press including hotels, George Bradley, son of W. O. Bradearly next morning rest and bright and stock of dences, located at Dripping Springs, Mt. we drove into the hustling town of 'Som- the Signal will not be out before Satur Tabor, l'alnt Lick and Muddy Creek. ley, of Lancaster, passed through Dancomplete, we qualville Wednesday en route to Louisville, day. erset. Alex Moss narrowly eccnped death His llrsl sale is a mammoth atlair and where he goes to till an appointment in failed to mention an Hy the wav I Dripping Springs hour spent on our way at a prosperous while cleaning out a well for James comes oil' at thu otlice of Col. Dan Collier. It is Saturday, Sept. Nth, when he will oiler Sunday-schoo- l alfout a mile this side of White. stated that he is to stand in Col. J. WesI). N. Williams iys he made a bar- - the entire Dripping Springs property, Old Wayneshurg. A large number of ley Durham's shoes, ltev. Frank Cheekt bright-facechildren were talking oil' rel of vinegar 15 years since and finished farm ami all, at auction, failing to sell of Paris, is visiting relatives here. Kev. which he will then sell each building their lessons In an automatic manner, using it this week. K. H. Peareo.of the Walnut Street MethKts are destroying Mr. 1). N. Wil- - separately for the lumber contained in odist church, is iu Paris attending the while the earnest teachers smiled with delight at their progress. Several pretty lianis' corn hy climbing the stalk and them, said buildings to he torn down annual conference of his chtircti. and taken away the following week. were there, too, and of cutting on" the ears. Dr. A. W. Johnstone, who has been j J. . F.berstcin, agent at Livingston, After the sale of the buildings he will iu Kuropu for several weeks past, is ex course I was much at home, for when the fact that I live in Stanford is made has resigned to take charge of a hotel at then proceed to sell the entiro contents, pected home about the Uotn inst. lie isi everyknown it is a foregone conclusion that I London. Mr. Koliie Guthrie takes his including hotel furniture and now due in New York, but intends got place at Livingston. thing which he owns at Dripping Springs. am used to pietty girls. Mr. McA. ami ing to Boston to attend a meeting before Tucker Lunsford, who had his leg At - o'clock he will set a free lunch, to coining home. mvselfwero most cordially Invited to' Doubtless his friends join a class, but declined for reasons best crushed by a falling tree two weeks which all who are present will be invited. feel considerable anxiety when they conp. !., 1 o'clock known to ourselves; however, we joined since, and afterwards had it amputated, The sale will begin at is feared .1....I ui It.B lliiio ... Saturday, Sent. tth, rain or shine. Kv- - template, tho fact that the worst nl inn uijiiiii'a. ilu.m u!iti K0111' wu( announced and illirii for vessels now at sea since the Atlantic Two darkies, Joiah Newcomb and erybody should go as he is hound to sell, made the very hills and forests ring with ocean is experiencing the most terrific lease and option expiring on the MaceHiatt.whilegoingthroughainilitaryjhis mclodv. storms known iu vears. mus, ijiioiiiig irum Great l.rciuration was being made unii wiui musKei ami snot gun wanted 10. 10m. l.i.. !.. ...!.:...m !....,.. hu ...Ill i .!.. win .1 , tir.. oojeci hi iiuiKnig unau mrc OUR CRAB ORCHARD. ."j Monday for the Fair and business was snow now rapuny iney coiiiu nre at su-a standstill, so thoroughly posed white men iu case of battle. Hiatl ho made known later on, for the present almost at The weather being hot has brought can get wrapped up were thu Pulaskians iu their lost a thumb and doesn't care to engage all you want to know is that you ..... .... more visitors to the springs from the .1 1..,. iu tho fun of shooting "wliite men" anv Ml K" 13 .'"! iun.'11'l wii'iii, in itm ,v annual successful Fair. Southern States. ing to sell at some price." quar- more. comfortable Monday evening Miss Belle Haldenmn, a charming A lady living at Bristol, Tenn., on ters at tho fair grounds were opened and MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. brunette from Louisville, is the guest of her way home from Illinois, gave bitth good horses from the country poured in. Miss Jean Buchanan. Thursday morning to a child while on 117 J. L. B.irnhill, of Ashland, Ala., Our quartern aro stalls are Nos. 'M, All oersons knowiiiL' themselves inthe train, between Livingston and Hazel (ilea at exactly tne nour set lor nis maran I :ks and arc just under a shady and debted to either Geo. W. James; dee'd., Patch. Thu mother and youngster were riage. He was 70 and his intended 40. gracefully tapering oak. Wo aro away or J. W. James will save cot hy settling left at Ixjndon, where they were, proper-- F. II. Coinhcst, a prominent L, once. AH accounts not nU1 on or fro'11 the rest of the horses a ml Mr. -! ly caied for. Both doing well. cituen of Casey, was married last week Iwfore .Stf)t. 1 .V myself and Joe and Kph, the win ,, ,!nm, in the AT, I j Some one stolu a mail pouch from to .iliivs . w rw irgmui liiirKc, a handsome hands of an otlicer and sued on at ona1.1 tv v--' w loikevs, and tho veteran horseman of " oeiwee.. inm, "i lit ourcitv, , Dan Caldwell, make up our Tuesday night, an I earned across the Boyle county lady. J. W. James. ,. .,... n ...,! .... it . i.. nun tilp ntlil t til., ktrini tilfli liitnfint . .. Mrs. Win. Hutclicr.ift, of Madison,i Miss Leah Stegor has returned to' liailV, aim UIIIIOWUH uiu . ... 1.11 .. .. 1.1 v iiiwiougu Georgetown Seminary, and Miss Minnie tne motner 01 mingled it Is a very gooil.! ri " " nil l'thiopian are see Received ami alter opening iu or lo letters gave imt is yoars old. she has just married crowd and neither of us nor the horses Mo. Seminary. Myeis to Kirkwood, . . ... .t . jitl tii.t lull lift lif1ktltkl Kiailloj want for the least attention Both spent a most delightful vacation :'' awi.lowerol.MWltniiiatnuinDer. passing Suspicion reason an in- who ...:,,. .i.'u r i....i.. m A . v,.... nami,shiro woman iin..u vif There are some ten race horses here. .11..:. I. ...Itnuns. ill W....1. . ...1 """ ",v-I..I.I.. ,ro"""11 !.... wanted to marry a certain man, tried to tllIs ,,1,,.. r.i.1""'"""".., .'.to.Thomas re- "' yylM .Minnie as many trotters and a good lot of "";"".' and game that Kobifl t Kay tnrn...l linmi, Mnn.Iiiv In .Mn,li,nn. In,!.. work In fact evervthiuir noes 0.vaiiWlu.v.mi.M.imi. ii.imv ktiud;. . . . . . .. ..I...... 'ii'.miii.i '"!.. '........ "'"" --I...I....' '" "" ' "i llamilton's wife ili.l 011 nun. witli a nor- - nftcr n pi0ilsuut sl.,y with her aunt, Mrs. show that tho Fifth Annual hxliibition -' rowed baby, but she faileil to Jiml ;"'"" ---' 11'ttll '"' will surpass any former ellorts, wtiicli is A. XtMvlnml. MNs "Dudie" Hdmis .. JlltdfO.kll lull illll.k ".fc...hM. ...... lllllf.l.lf the Mann woman did aiul ton hns gont. t0 t)ie Somerset Fair. John Bivilll! II gOOillh.il. h''asckernb '1 -- ..:, .' 1.....1 7.. .ii., was iiliuiu ,. i.uiii.ij....... ti... uni.t nf Ti.rm.vn nt the l'nir hv their noles for the fees. wo afterwards oiiv ....i.unui- - ;wf...i -- f. ......n ihjiii iiieii:iiiiui, t ,Iu lhir'1 J s' MEXEFEE and lied. K. Can.011 and Dr. h';ttM' bul villeSundav. lie is distributini: clerk "Tc SINE Messrs S P. Stagg, J. never heard of until lust week, when A considerable portion of the piess of j ti,0 Times olliye and has a, tough time Steele Bailev, Tnesdav p. ., was a 0.yas reWlve.l a cheek for the the State is at present wasting a good jth tho little devils. Misses Maude lug enterprise to tho gentlemen from of the original note, asking the deal of space and sweetne.s 011 a young pettus and Laura Adams are taking in Lincoln. Fourteen line milkers sold t 'ount ' " a couple ol ' ".. person who, like many others without the Somerset Fair this week. Mr. John mi nvoriiLM! of about ;) and icadily lately ... 1. ..ii.: t.r.iiii.lii "'."i mid $(X) res l)fen agreed to. Tho man had is li the leait qualification for theJIhusiness, Kdiniston is again on the street after a granted a small pension and v has for several years imagined himself a a long sickness, but very weak yet. :. Miiull ,.ip- 'ri Etc., ing in the eastern portion of our State. and the bidding very slow. ll'jmiii;i mini. This one recently sold II 1'pni.K. George Bright and Swine- ! iSJSTD one paper and started another hi a new The races Tuesday evening were a DEATH'S DOINGS. has sold about L'OJ shep this week Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, tow n.hut within a month was arreted and decided feature ami as is always tho case Mr. Andrew Steele, one of the best jaded for slapping his wife. He next tS to J I per head. Greenbeiry Bright ptoved a big drawing cud, tho crowd of A1TDD is "hout to get out again, after being the afternoon tribling that of tho fore known nud most prominent citizens of ,iy h0lil out and left for parts unknown.' Cedar and Locust Posts. conlined to his bed for about .! weeks. It was not u bad riddance to journalism noon. There were three starters in the Fayette county, is dead, aged 70. Lumber Yard. We will carry a lull tock ofeverj thing found in a -J- ohn Ulr, an old and wealthy citi - m- the eommunity in which he lived, tleorgo Bright is improving and will be three minute class and live heats had to A. C, SINE, Ilutiness Maoajer. zen of Harrison county and brother - in - juud the newspipers should save their out soon. Thomas Stono has bought the be trotted. Donald Mackay, of Woodford, and Prince, a Danville horse, play- - law of Judge Thomas W. Varnon, is compliments for some more worthy sub - Uv' sawmill from Floyd for ifiiOO. He will run.it where it is a while vet. It. ed a regular nip and tuck game, each dead, after piotracted illness. He was ject. Owenshoro Messenger. rSrT - L. Hubble took oO mules to the .Somerset til years old. iley The above icfers to one W. G. Overwinning u heat alternately. (I Harvey Withers, aged SO, died iu street, who failed to impress us nt tho to deliver to Itaukiu boys. J. A. Ham horse, was distanced Wilkes, tho third sXSntlMSuSgKLvkMUWKBUKKKKKHKK Texas, and monds and F. Riguey have gone to Bus llmiiii! l.irated In HalUs. life, I will expecting public in thu second heat. Donald Mackay Boyle Sunday. Ho was typical south- - recent meeting of tho IC. P. A. as tho "p3T(oii5Viitt mwAiBAm CHicacaHiTia- durin,' sell and Casey to visit friends and will tn make it m) lumo I tt run- ei gentleman ami raised a large and niannerof m.iu calculated to do credit to ly on won by a length in 10 days. Otis New laud ning race there were someciack runners. worthy family of children, six of whom the profession, and if ho will stay iu be gono about 1. 1889, answered the hell call and survive him. -- Advocate. parts unknown it will lie bet for Ken gave us a pleasant call, presenting ids Sen starters claims for'jailer; also Ueorgo Carpenter Leaving Iloth 'starter Nath Woodcock sent them oil' 120 AcrOH, on the T urnersulle Mv Miss Anna Mead, of Binghainpton, tucky journalists. did likewiho. Several people got shot uml Farm of pike, W miles from 1 urnersxllle. M( Kinney from 4 year-olhenutifully. Antwerp, a on it a X. Y., ageil 'JO, deliberately jumped into LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI "Fair Play" in Lincoln county. The harm lias meat house, Sc, a lum ci Lexington, sold favorite and won the the river at Niagaia and with smile on Wall tli.it l aiU'd for Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical heio hint Friday night at tho close of tho ...cost Paily, Secures to Travelers, colored fair, but not with powder and is well fenced with new cedar and nevcr- i.n.lirf ......iir. with race, while Scott Fairis' Black Knight her faco went over the cateract headfore- Discovery, when ulcn for murrh ill the head, of lead. It. L. White's friends leturned to poAitunu runs, " convenient to churches, kcrofula or throat nffcctiom, ran second and Boh McAlister's most. Ten minutes later lier bodv witli fur bronchial ........ oitniniiiiillnn or ( Inuj liilif ntlil Nashville- Tuesday. S. Dunbar and wife MOST RAPID ROUTE tm ...1.. For Susie L., got third money. every stitch of clothing tout oil floated ,,,.,.... in ,imUi anj givcn u,r trUI, it will cure are attending tho Somerset fair. 0. It. is not a bitter lllmvt.rass I arm taklntf s re iiuo I'.ver attemt led between the creat commercial nearly half n mile Susie L. ran from 1 to ou the water aw bile and then disappear- - or the money luidfor itIIIberefundcd. It U the Ohio Kner and Chicago, and hence consideraUon, In Lincoln county. It will have to Harris is alllicted with boils, but says he be sren to be appreciated. Sale to beKin prompt- cities on the the fastest time and most comfortable trains beII lengths ahead and had tho raco won, ed. only Kuaranteod cure. tween all points in the South, or to the West and nt. has, not tho patience of Job. b'atioa.also sell ptthlUly at a .l V ' a!),e Nortnwest. i ne counterpart ot inn train on an I will but at tho turn, on tho lust quarter, thu The special train wliicli will carry! CleJiiu'the licr, utoni.icli, bouels and vliole nu runk lines is denominated The hulled Express. .nmn .Inv mv House ntul Lot In McKlinify. through caielessness or igno- the Louisville Cominaiidery jockey, Tho Pride of Woman. Is a nlco little cotug withi rooms, servant" ioum. it superb rolhni; stock we employ ive patrons to Wash- -' tyttem by luiiijr Or. 1'iercc's I'cllds. ..... . ill ftrrrt " wis" iri. unimuteu coniiott rance pulled her to the outside making ington via the h. k N.und C. 0. roads' A clear pearly and transparent tktn ii always n on Wk porch, mtat liousf, IliTAtall Coupon Ticket Ollices In the South itood will ol rV.,,... wale r li;n of pare blood, and all persons troubled with i .,.i,t. and m In uc I advertle you will find our time tables and tickets. Say Moample room for p steamboat to turn and will lie one of tho finest ever made up at Vhy Is It greasy, yellow or blotched skin can rest I say thai it goes, tion, get Monon and stick to Motion, il you want dark, adthis property t 'sell Mid hcn of course the two horses nearest took that their blood is out of order A few dotes iiroplff linger along alway complalnme to save money and have a pleasant journey. one bid on it. M U""?1 ' I only Little Louisville, it will comprise, ten of the That th.it conrinn.il tired ttcluii; One bottle of of llee;' Illood Purifier & llluod Maker will re- ifonalile have further particulars er J. W t' ' K O.MiCOUMICKt of the opportunity. for vantage move (hi) cause and the sVin will become clear and ir Uavt ll orn, who live on the farm, or Col finest aiiil hi st eijiiippi'd vcntibulo Bleep- - nlii.ut General Passmfer Agent, Chicago. r 1... ...... tn wiAi u'na irnrul wni c Try City Ticket Agents and 0(liu"s. ll'tti!' Hlood I'urirtfr and lllooil Maker will en- transparent you It. Kiid if satisfaction U not given, Hall Andenon, McKinney, or write to me 8ai and cr.s ever sent out by tlie .illinan Com tirety remove lht totllnB.sive them a good appetit it will cost oiuUttiin-i.i- ck nothing It U fully warranted, A. SU Main .imt, Dallas, Tesas. I M. IltfCKtOm. 117 4lh Arc. Louisville. Ky for her in lu'r WQW( K, Penny, Orugsist, U, A. Tokkbnci 139 ins st ,, Cincinnati Ohio. It will start Oct. :!, a.id roguUto digettwn. A. It. I'cuny, Dnigjrllt, P"with pinkeye. ,,,.,, ,..,.,... fill hop on ... j SEVERANCE Announce that they are & SON sr.i7 - z't ::::;; ! , 1 . ' New Goods And will - Fall Trade department e We ask you to Examine Our Dress Goods In all PenangSf Prints, bob-tai- interest-Mouda- v 'J;- -S Henriettas, Pansy hayoi-rente- ( ,,.,,. Ladies' ; . . ,,, J are from the country. in manufacturers linen satchel given away with each pair of x and Children's and t, 1 lu... ",,., I I " U. "!.C Z. ,Z T "7"'u d NEW arc GOODS ! the after-piee- e I , I receiving our stock of 1 - . 77 -- - - "7Ami,i .".'- ,' Fall&WinterDryCoods could -- w. Jeans Pants, Our store-house- s ity and price. found in the market. staple and fancy GROCERIES is and guarantee satisfaction in Flannel Shirts, that d JONES BROTHERS. I Bweet-hixteene- ) I 1 NEW HATS! OF 11 I . ij. 1 - 1 1 1 Mo-Abat- E., lh ,,-l- ..... . "1 ..,,..o,. pX'J3P O T ITf SnTT, w vxxxi (X Oi PI I ,- .. TTrti fj 3illS -w vnui-iinim- i . II ,11 - I H i yesterday. Call and them. '"T 7'.7""n""" I UKiiri-ii- l . -- . . " -, till-Mlll- f '- - ''I,1 l ..... RUCEilVlcROBERTS ' ,..,.,.,.,., .i i.;.. 1 1 - l'P-arc.- j J'' SINE & MENEFEE, Laths, Shingles, BX.I3STDS ' ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, s l r- - GSiSLSH, DOORS PATENT WIRE SLAT FEUOE, first-clav- j t s - -- . For Salo Publicly. IliTKOTil 11 11 Tuesday, October A NEW FAST !f AIL d 11 1 ;aSTHE .''".. 11 . ..--. ... - I 1 t J US "" T P'" V . f. X (? S35 jr V0fjitrrr1ltfl J$ J5rifc mmm jpi TVT-- wji'm0imm'W!rr"j' " BMi " yf 'tiR-J- ?1?-1f- t- tJ.-llT-.Fgyi-r- a , I "T -- .1 "J'T f '"fV "$, t"vr '" 1 iflj 1 N I. 1 I 11 V ? H The TimcB s.iys the $100,000 twlno j The Mountain Monitor is the nnmo of a paper just started at Pikeville by S. factory at Georgetown is n settled fact people to the X. Swinnne and it is a highly creditable and that It wlll.bring-30is soundly democratic town . publication. It f I I The Baltimore grand jury recoin-inende- d tanfoud, Ky , Seitemrek lp 1889 too, and is destined to do a good work houses 6f pros the licensing of for that caute and for tho restoration of law and order. The issue before us con- titution and police surveilance over P. tains accounts of the trials of the Hat-1- 1 them. Tho Climax says the house of Mrs. dd crowd for the murder of the peni- Mary Ann Pnris, in Madison county, was to Hon. S. S. Cox, the Rlntesman nml hu- McCoys. Four were sent to the by lightning ami she wns instant morist, died in New York Tuesday night, tentiary for life and KUison Mounts, for struck ly killed. after n short illness of peretonitis. He tho minder of Alpharia McCoy, was George W. Lyon to be Surveyor of he wns sentenced to be hanged Dee. !!d. Alex was born in Ohio in lSlM, where Messer was the only one to accept his Customs at New York and Krnst Allen, given a flue education. First ndopting diCollector of the 1st New York district, the pio ession of law, lie afterwards be- sentence for life and he was taken rect to tho penitentiary, while Val Hat- are lato appointments. edcame an editor and it was while he John Green, whose jealousy led him ited the Ohio Statesman that he wrote field, Dock and Plyant Mayhorn were lodged in jail at Lexington to await the to cut his wife's throat 10 days ago nt the gorgeous descriptionof a sunset, that result of an appeal. In sentencing Georgetown, wns yesterday sentenced to procured for him the sobriquet of "Su is be hanged for the crime. week we to Bet" Cox. His first public service was 8 Mounts to death Judge Hice said: "It Tho president has appointed the nonot only a great crime for which you Shoes. La-di- es seen tary of legation at Peru in 18 W. He carpet-bagge- r Henry C. saUn-line- d w nt to New York to live in 18tS, and stand convicted, but tho circumstances ted of Louisiana, Collector of Cusdisplay n was elected to Congress, si nee which he under which it was committed SX.oO. spirit of llendishness nud barbarjty here toms for the Port of New Orleans. has served almost continuously, the exJohn Cunningham, a brutish negro, tofore unknown in the history of this ception being during his enenmbency savages is in jail at Hnrrodsburg for raping Allie as minister to Turkey. This latter was country since the days when the white girl, and We Beckham, nn to too dry for his disposition, so he resign- roamed the trackless wilderness and wrought their fiendish crimes. I can there is every prospect of a lynching. ed and returning to New York was again It is believed at Washington that elected to Congress and was a member hold out to von no hone for clemency. I cirTanner, the Pension Commissioner, will at the time of his death. He waa a very feel that if the governor knows the was be asked to resign after the November effective and humorous speaker and as a cumstances under whieh tho crime committed, it has so hardened his heart elections, but we fear there is no such writer and lecturer ho arose to proud good luck. distinction. He is the author of numer against all appeals for mercy that it by Gov. Abbott wns would be useless to pray for even a resons book, .several of whieh rank very pite. I would advise you to turn your acclamation by the democrats of high in the world of letters. He was a on a platform which reaffirms the to a higher Htaunch democrat, a devoted friend to attention in your pleadings doctrines set forth by the last National will be sadly missed by court than any of this world. If you the South and He knows convention. both. It is said of him that but for have been coerced as you say, Georgia's legislature, in addition to it and will doubtless extend to you merhis humor, that was liable to burst forth cy. Appeal to Him. He alone can aid passing a law making dueling a felony, on any occasion, ho would have gained a proposes to expel Messrs. Hull" and Pat- Keep too. to We higher reputation as a statesman, which you in your present extremity." terson, who are alleged to have been Goods. he was in the strongest sense. Tanner is no longer Commissioner of trying to meet on "the field of honor." Pensions, thank the Lord. Secretary Conductor James Lemon, who ran Although we did not enjoy the honor on the Main Stem, was shot nnd instantwe grieve V of his personal acquaintance 7 V with his more intimate friends over tlio n.,n ' jlepartment that Tanner was ly killed by a man named Beill, whom de- he put offtlie truin because he refused unti.nelv death of Mr. Samuel 0. Graves, Jnily niikinK and adding to and he '" Kt., "' "' to pay the extra fare demanded of those M. senior editor of the Lebanon Standard kicked mildly, but Noble who do not buy tickets. and Times, which occurred Mondav.at the Tl,e r.nrU-m,- .. nf :t7. Thnsw who km'ir Mm said either Tanner or himself must go Jack the Kipper has come into no W. B. Kidd bought for Lehman Iiiv.mI liiin most ntul thiiv c.innot and then Harrison chose to let Tanni'r tice again bv tho finding of the body of lifkt It wns n miserable mis- - another woman in White Chapel, Lon Bros, of Win. A i drey, of Bourbon, o2 cnoilL'h to dtscribf l.iq Walk the plank find words of t,,c administration to appoint don, with head and legs cut off, the j cattle, weight !1,"W) pounds, nt 4 cents, loving disposition, gentle ways nnd Intel-tak- e ( Bllch n umn t0 ofllce' which evcn ,,Is re stomach ripped open and the intestines j nnd of Jeff Butler, of the same county, i All the Louisville pa-- 1 brilliancv. U,u u,oval wiH ,mn,l' t'orrL'e, Hut 41 of tho same weight and nt the same! lying on the ground. pirs, on several of which he served, pav Albert C. Savage's little daughter, price. Stags!, his memorv the highest tribute. With country is to be congratulated that the of Dr. Steele Bailey says the Somerset J on board tho Pa-- 1 U. M. Phillips he bought the Lebanon iRnorant and vicious creature has been caught the small-po- x turned to private life and join in three cifie mail steamer Newport, nnd he has Fair directors treated him nnd his part- Standard a few years ago and its editor!- be to and a tiger for Secretary Isoble, sued me company tor al column alwavs showed evidence of iiouiiiiks ners in spieuiiui sivio aim tiui every-- a w,,ose character seems somewhat in disfigured girl is handicapped to that thing in their power to thein in his acknowledged ability. The press of j disposing of their Jerseys, for which he amount in life's race. Kentucky will miss him and sorrow with kcepmg with Ins name. us of the of Under a his young wife, who will feel the terrible TE vvorst storm in 'Jo years has just Appeals in thisdecisiona person Court on jnsks Theto return their thanks. killed cattle market in Cincinnati is SUite, loss most. .... .1..1..,. h,,. ,i, instil Ull IIIU JllMtillll' l,ittot, .iviiif, ai.i- - a railroad in Kentucky must leavo a unchanged, with quotations nt 1) to 4 Oils, Alrbadv there have been filed IS con-- 1 ' mense damage to property and shipping, widow or a child or damages cannot bo for very common to best; hogs nro fairly tests for seats in the next Congress by Wrecks of hundreds of vessels strew the recovered. A number of suits have been j active at 3 to 4 J; sheep are lower nml first-clas- s republicans, notwithstanding the demo-- , coast and several .seaside resorts, includ-crat- s to run from 2J to 4.S"i; lambs nre also a Ilmnrh, hni millered losses of dismissed on these grounds. were elected by from 1,000 to 13,- - j i"g . C. j shade lower and sell at 3J to 0. workman-lik- e A bronze sUitue of Gen. The big ocean 101 majorities. These contests were de-- "'any of their buildings Besides the drouth of intoxicant, arriving much behind time Wickham, for many years vice president cided upon when the rads thought, they steamers are of the C. & O., will be placed in the .said to prevail them all the time, Maine would have everything their own way, ami tell thrilling htories of the raging capitol square at Richmond by the em-- is suffering from n drouth, which is se- buta nominal majority of three and actu-- j sea. The loss to human life has been ployes of the road if permission can be verely alllicting the formers. Creeks ally no majority at all, leaves them in a very great. i have dried up and forest fires are raging obtained from the legislature. condition requiring great circumspection The people ol the High midge neigh- - flt BeVernl points. Much timber has nl- Ti.k Louisville Post is not struck on and good generalship. The minority borhood are so disgusted with the Ohio ready leen destroyed and hundreds of has it in its power to prevent the out-- 1 the. Kentleman s egal ability, that s crowds that come there Sundays on excattle lost, while many .outbuildings of eX'A- PIa,n- - II Mr' F' C' Bel1' rnL.eR nronosod bv tho unseatim- - of dem- Attorney, cursions that they have petitioned the farmers have been burned. ocrats, and if it have the backbone the fisUnt United Sutes district county judge to send ollicers there to Reports from the South continue alrepublicans will have to go exceedingly , s a candidate for the nomination to the suppress the open lawlessness commitmost uniformly favorable as regards tho Judgeship. Mr. Boll i Supreme Court i i .:.. j crops, desoite too much rain in some lo wears spectacles, has a loud voice and is ted by the scamps. The State Board of Education has entities. The largest yield of corn and Kiddlebergor superintendent of a Sunday-scdoo- l. If The fact that cotton ever made seem to be assured, has taken the stump against Mahone in theso are the qualities that go to make a prescribed the History of Kentucky as a nnd business of all kinds is becoming subject of instruction in the common very active, based in pnrt on heavy Virginia and for the democrats must not great judge he should be nominated." schools of the State included in tTnited crops. be taken as very significant. That ec's Tho News says the eaches on d Secretary Windom is out in a Suites History, and recommends Z. T centric individual is as apt to do one Hill are' very fine this year and explanation of the increase of .Smith's History of Kentucky as a text the growers nre reapim; nn abundant thing as another, but when such men as harvest. C. B. Hobbs has received th John F. Lewis, one of tho founders of the National debt during tho last two book on the subject. Gov. Buckner has ordered two com- very highest price from a basket of the republican party in the fctate, says months, but it is of that class of explanapeaches shipped this season. In his emphatically that he will not sunnortl tion that does not explain. The simple panies of State troops tho Lexington consignment one day last week wns one fact is the government is run for all it is Company, Capt. Veaeli, and the Har basket containing n bushel nnd n half Mahone and that it is better for the party that he be ignominiously beaten, worth instead of on business principles. rodbburg Company, Captain Gaither to that brought SD.7.V while other leading republicans an An economically administered govern- - proceed to Harlan county to preserve BITS OF SCIENCE. nounce tho same thing, it may be regard-- 1 ment under republican rule is out of the the peace, protect the Court and nrrest outlaws from justice. as certain that the little viper is mak- - question. ed At Snmaden, n hotel proprietor utilWill keepconstantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture T. L. Waller, who kept a grocery nt ing his last race with defeat absolutely committee appointed, to examine Sew ell's Point, Va., wns found murdered izes his electric light plant in tho day-tim- o and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as The such goods certain. for cooking purposes. and purge the election returns for gov- - in his bedroom. The broken skull and Saws havo been discovered In Ger- can be bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be conMns. Cleveland is responsible for the ernor of West Virginia find that Judge mangled face plainly showed the .man-nero- f many anil Denmark which bolongcd to vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Bhuttine down of one manufactory and ' Fleming was elected by a plurality of 212 death. Six colored men, who act- the bronze ngo. The metal of which they the consequent shutting out of COO girls. nnd have so reported. Goffcan now fall ed suspiciously, were arrested for tho were composed was cast Inta a t)Un She decreed that the bustle must go nnd back on our paternal government for crime and one sheet and serrated by breaking tho edgo. that carried with it the decree that bus- support in the shape of a fat office. A very notable point In tho economics The Kenton Club, of Covington, tle factories must also go, and the one at - vnnr cranium. French Tiiiton ' anno ici.- - of electricity as employed for purposes Soak'roI oil most otllio prizes Bridgeport, Conn., "has went." We of light and power is tho fnct that none Dealer In andthenvou and your National Associ- - 'olaiville bicycle races, C. M. Croninger of the improvements has rendered any never have felt as kindly towards Frankio rummiKd miles in mobj. securing a of tho original electrical apparatus less s editors go to thed since she knocked out the bustle. La- ntion of second-clasmedal which entitles him to tho cham- efficient ickens. We've heard enough of it. dies of her make may be able to do pionship of Kentucky as a distance rider Tho experienco of tho electric light without them, but many a woman is not NEWS CONDENSED and also ran three miles in 0:12, committee in Leeds, England, has bcea when she is not, built that way and that incandescent lamps becomo useless IScut then there is a flatness that something FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Five men were killed nt Cnrbondale, after n life of 850 to l00 hours, though is needed to hide and needed badly. Let 111., by a boiler explosion. B. W. Gnines bought of Bright & the filaments have a nominal life of us therefore, dear girls, return to the 1.000 hours. Thomas C. Witt gets tho postoffice Swinebroad 100 sheep nt $4. bustle. at Kingston, Madison county. Mr. Gray, in a recent paper read jack. Will Fon Sale A Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is the" Instituto cf Naval Architects, There are l,3o4 liquor houses in sell cheap. 8. II. Rout, Ilustonville. The Advocate says Gen. Fry entered full and complote. We call special attention to our Foil Sale. Two No. 1 red boars shows that tho ether pressure at the his 7.'5d year Monday with few indica- Washington, or one for every 75 people, Fayette county has purchased a site well bred, weight 'lo pounds. John M. earth's surface at tho equator must be tions of old age, as he has the vigor and at least 100 tons on tho squnre Inch for its now $50,000 jail at a cost of $15,-00- McRoberts.Jr. a tivity of a man much younger. This greater at midnight than it is at midThe best Casket of the kind ever invented. SamuclJonoH, of Tennessee, sold '2i, day statement is in direct conflict to the one Joshua Murphy has been appointed 000 bushels of peanuts in Evansville, at made by Senator Beck when he had his In engraving on glass by electricity Embalming under the most approved method when desired. pension increased to $100 a month. It uostmaster nt Tidal Wave, Whitley Oo ts. per bushel. the plate to bo engraved ia covered with J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. Foil Sale 45 head of good moun- a concentrated solution of nitrnto of was then claimed that ho was absolutely county. "Sunset" Cox is the fourth member tain steers. Will sell cheap. William potash, and put in connection with one incapable for any kind of business. The Congress to die within Cooper, Lino Creek, Ky. 5t of tho poles of tho battery, and tho dereturn of the republicans to power may elect of the olst the year. John M. Ilnil bought from parties sign is traced out with a fino platinum have acted, however, as an elixir on tho Johnstown's now directory shows near tho Lincoln and Rockcastle line, point connected with tho other pole. old man, more potent and more powerthnt !M1 groceries and 51 saloons have two yokes of oxen.at $00 each. bus proful than that Urown-SequarQUEER AND CURIOUS. been established since the flood. Thomas R. Phelps advertises for id:ru"3-(3-:es- t ven, i Ten men lost their lives in a mine at sale sumo splendid farms iiu WashingA child In Monson, Mo., b It iB to be hoped that tho next legisla- Golden, Cal., by the sudden rush of wa- ton with stock and crop on them. See said to speak three languages. ture will pass a law requiring a more ter into it from an unused mine. ad. in this issue. A Bombay newspaper announces two DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, prompt return of tho vote of the State. A monster gas well which (lows at L. II. Hudson sold to Martin, marriages, in ono caso tho brido being FANOY ARTICLES, &0. It is six weeks since the election and the the rate of 00,000,000 cubit feet a day has Thompson & Co., Now Orleans, 82 sugar aged 3 years and In theothor IS months, Secretary of State is just publishing the been struck at Upper Sandusky, O. mules at $100. They Wero 15J hands whilo tho bridegroom was 80. This Is Phyilciani prescriptions accurately compounded. official result wh.ch shows that Sharp reThe demand for diamonds is great- and tho lot brought $13.120. Advocate. tho system which Pundita Ramabal is struggling against 147,082 votes and Colson ceived er than the supply and they havo gone Leach & Cook bought in Fleming A 6hort whllo einco a a majority of 33,333. Breathitt has nev- up '20 per cent, in tho last few weeks. and Nicholas counties 400 stock sheep at near Ceiitervillo, Wilkes negro woman county, Go,, Mosquitoes will not bother tho about $4 per head. II. M. Grover deer reported, so she is left out, or Sharp's STOCK OF WATCHES, THE LARCEST been 33,522. Mr. houso of Mrs. Thomas A. Logan at Cin- livered to Weilil last week 'M cattle thnt namedIn Harriot Evans, having hei young majority would have baby her lap at church, got to shoutCLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. She set a plato of averaged 1,(W2 pounds. They were sold ing and pounding her child. She beat it Cobb, who led tho forlorn hope of the cinnati any more. prohibition party, only got 3,331 votes, a burning sulphur in one of tho rooms to at $4.15. Tho Finley farm of 200 acres, so Boverely that eoveral of its rlba wore Ever brought to thu market. Pricei lower than prettyslim showing in a total of 260-10- keep them out and tho house took fire; two miles from Georgetown, sold to vltas broken and tho child died In a few days the loweit. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. paired on thortjnotlcc and warranted. """ from tho injuries. loss $15,000. Ware nt $81. Times. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal m w mi ot a n v wm i'il Mm i ff bMAv II mmtk niro ssvnmr wot Pi n. VbJVVh r ItmMM WUbi 'm W. WALTON. Determined turn onr immense stock into money as quick a$ possible, will declare ex-Go- War-mout- h, lortiis and Boots French Kid Button Shoes $2, worth $3. Ladles' Fine $1.25rworlh $2. Men's ine Shoes S.!.2o, worth Mens Brpgaiis 00 cents, worth $1.50. Men's and Boys' Boots sold at comparative low prices. want impress it upon you that you'll find all the most exclusive and advanced Jball Styles now ready for your inspection, such as Pebble Goat Shoes M the start. Every Article Made a Leader. call special attention our elegant and complete line Ladies' Donola Button Shoes $1.25, worth $2. of New-Jerse- Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, &c. save you money on new this in mind, Get our prices before you invest. Make ho mistake, Fall guarantee ,- I "" Indent ii.-- '""' AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Main Stanford. SALINGER, Manager. Having purchased the interest Mr. I will conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall pleased supply the wants of all i ait former and new patrons from a i ..i i;.. i Paints, style. Full Stock of Drugs I JWy respectfully, ! J School Books, Wall Paper, Jewelry and. Silverware at low prices, for goods. have a good Jeweler, ready do watch and jewelry repair s in the best J 1 W. B. MoBOBEBTS. PBTDP. SEW FURNITURE STORE! MAW HUWMAN, , Mill-drough- long-winde- j ) B. K. WKSAHKN 9 Goods! STANFORD, KY. Furniture and Undertakers' 4 The Largest, Cheapest mid Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades bo-for- o 0. JITDESTBiTTCTIBlLE B"CJIIIA.L CASKET, Ao Mo d PBMY, & jewelbb. 0. X.'U.Ui., i.JtiX -U. t. i-- """ksT. Pi,WMPHpyiPP Interior Journal' " 'i wwv,wmMMn . A A fbw inoro Fruit Jars nnd Cans nt A. Koblnson, nf Meridian, our patent wire nntl alnt funto for A. Warren's "Model Grocery." Monday night with us Sine A Menefet. .uenuinn Nkw lot of Zcigk'r llroa. fall olioos Just It U worth a visit to Hatcher's shop to n town" of about years Now it him n 8,000, Ky., Fkitemiibh 13, 1889 rueuiveil nt S. II. Slmtiks'. Cnll In nml sue the gun boats he is building for Fat- populnti6nabout FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. Stanford of iiboul 14,000 Charlie isj ' Ib()H ty Nunnelluy. Thoy aro each some proKresslw, nnd 31. IIUI1BARD, A. II., one of the best young the Great Eastern. business men of the South. 1'autiks wishing wheat furtill.t'rs ran smaller than E.C.WALTON.DUS.ManaKOr. Kavo money by eonfvrriiiK with Mollis Two neuro Imys uatued Whitley nnd Faculty! Trained Teachers. Excellent Hoarding Department. Thorough, hull information given on application, J. II. Swope, S. G. Frye, lkiiton ' A McKinney. " Moburly, of tbo Knd. were landed MEANS BUSINESS. nnd W. L. Uiiford liave been p' I'iwip. If von want a pumiilow down i" Jil "fro yeterday to remain 100 days pointed storekeepers and gangers in this R ., A. cvtisiKUini Hi'iiiu your mid work out a 0 lino encli for throw ' I can furnish vou any kind IVnny. Iiil' rocks at the wifu of a German district. Metcalf. and (,c'Hlre"' Watciiw ninl jewelry repaired named L'lein, who is now in jail for car warranted. A. Ji. l'enny. NKW ADVKKTISEMEXTS. I iiavk '.'00,000 brick now ready f6r rying concealed weapons. it ready, please call and Youh niTount lions-es- , sale, or will take contracts to build bettlo. McKolterts A Slmui. The colored vamp meeting is progresschimneys, cisterns, Ac. W. F. i TiiKbeBt place to buy druK, patent ing well. It was inaugurated Tuesday THOMAS V. VAKNON Stanford. iirticlen in nt A. K. medicines nnd toilet night by Bishop Wuyinan, it distinguish- l CnniHilaft- forthc l'ennv'B. nomliinuoi fcr I.v a district with 00 pupils Mr. T. S. ed colored divine nud since then numer- County JuJkc, uhject to tlie primary, (Jit. lj. Uuv your cchool liuokri, ink, tablets, HoiiHon has enrolled h'.l and has an nv paper, pcncilH and Hohool tiupplies of nil ous other noted colored preachers have hi-kindH from A. K. IVnnv. P LT II S A I. E ernp! attendance of 41. Can any other held forth, They have a large tent on teacher in the county beat this? Mr. Welsh's farm and lOcentHiidmissiou PERSONAL POINTS. Notice. The city taxes for IMS must Is charged. The services will repay WASHINGTON CO. FARMS Mini Jk.n.nik Diiiii, of McKinney, U at be paid inside of 10 days or property those who attend and as many as can Mrs. S. M. Owens'. will be levied on and advertised to satis- should do so. Tho Sunday services will Mn. Makv W. Bowman, of I.exint;ton fy the debt. Geo. S. Carpenter, be especially attractive. On Wednesday, Sept. 25, 1889, . is with Mrs. F. Itcnl. on thcprcmiMM tell w unJ While they had Ad Clark, a negro I willbidder without limit or the hihem lurm het.t Mn. ani Miis. J. T. Davis returned rerc the ujwiii which I now lic, IIuniiv 1'iiii.ii's, who married Miss Al- who was held for burglary, out at the from Mouticcllo this week. ice Hampton, has bought one of I. M. pump Wednesday tor water for tho 1C U. Guntiiv went to Middlesboro, 300 Acres. Bruce's houses in the lower end of town prisoners, hugavutheiu the slipand made yesterday on a prospecting tour. Two hundred und lUly-Chome Acre in Will Ckaio, Will Hlianks and Will for$00 and has moved to it. His wife his escape. Tho jailer regarded him as it tract and 3$ acre of timber detached the '1 hit Farm lien within one mile uf Willi.lmr? will teach school ami already has I" very trusty prisoner, but won t any ol Centre College. Burton nr nttcndliiK ., .1 ..!.... i uncus o oil. . wheretherechurch, dailyn good connecting w.thnew ii. chriitian l alwaya mall nchoj, alio a the scholars engaged. mum uu i.u ivi uii. mi. 11 Mas. Gkoiuii: 1). Wkiiik.v nnd Mrs. at Springfield, the 'county at llolllU When lie got IIWIIV, but lininedl- - railroad every direction, nlfjrdmc icatisood turn. pike in and com Kate lliivs are uiijuyiiit the Somersft Al FIkmi's Minstrels will be here Oct. IttclV Ottered. freight and ?0 for his capture and plete fcihtie U for irwd roliur. travel.eaiy rate. Fair. he rarm 'JOth, and judging from the favorable In fenciiiir irn&tl. says lie is going to have him or die. in good repair, Kood dwelling anil all ntcptsnry Mits. J. It. Waiihkn is back from Civ ve notices tliey are getting nil along the cniv Latek. lie was captured at Huston-vill- ouiuuiiuiiik. ii. kuuu iix. and in in iiinnrr nriii w... rer, the land well retcd a hl(;li tite of Innd, O., nnd the old man is liuppy once line they will give a better show than Hery field, whether in Kt.Tnor not, it yesterday and returned to jail. ever. They were at Titusville, I'a., Satin line nx tor crop. A tine orchsU utid one ol more. the t arnt In the county. CHURCH AFFAIRS. W. I'. Gicimi:i has koiiu to Elizabeth urday and the Sunday Word is loud In I'ertont dialling luloolcat thit Farm will pleae Call. It will he old for oii(..h:ilf cah, the balance town to attend the (air nnd see his broth- their praises. Bro. Barnes will lecture in Now Al- in one anJ two year with intcrett.or 10 int purchaser er Joe. I will al the Mine time and Bid Sauk. Mr. 1). G. Slairyhter was bany Mouduy and 'J'uesdav nights next. place tell all thi Miu. Jamk M. WuaV returned from a ear'cropt. coruimn? Corn, Communion services were held at 11a). etc. Alo all my of Wheat, Cattle Oat, here Tuesday advertising his free picnic Hog, ltnrc, visit to friends nt ltlooiiiiiijjton, III. and sale of In town last Sunday, Farming L lcn.il, vIl etc the Dripping Springs prop- all the churches THUS K I'illM.I'S, W.lli.hurg, Ky. Tuesday. erty next Saturday. Ills lease has ex- something that rarely ever happened beMm. II. O. FAiiHisand son George, of At the .ime time nnd plate Hmtcm llr.idnh.tw, pired and he will leave, but Dripping fore. Junction Cily, are viMtini; Mrs. Mark Key. J. L. Smith will nrench at the who Adjoint ine, will ullhn Farm containing Springs without Dan Slaughter will be Hardin. , ACRES of GOOD LAND principal diame- Baptist church here next Sunday of Or.ib like Hamlet with the Mil. a.nm Mn. J. F. Hni.it.ui, lug. The regular prayer meeting nt this ,nooJ fi,, Thc be Farm Utt tlie Jince ntke(1 ter omitted. Orchnrd, iimhM through to Cincinnati w?hington county it i nd, nch land and church is held everv Friday night. inn line Mate of cultivation Nice new cottage, Wedncpdav. Killed at Ciivucii. During the ser and good fhe rirst Christian church, Louis - good im io!d one outhmidini;. Will be Wvnren nnd M'nnt Heil Bird Church, in Clay coun- vill.. r.ii...il ilnriiiL. tin. half taVh balance In one and W. G. Lackey, Jes'-- l vxiir indi.il tpi. lwo yeari Withtntert i'.jeiomf bom farm Joo JoneiuiHtriculafed at Central Uni- ty, Sunday, Thomas Howard and John Semi-Week- Uci: ly feiiclni Macks. BHH; Stanford Female-Colleg-DH--lio- w e ' tllt-'lll- . .... 4 i -- 2, (889. Ducipline Strict. -' President. Instruction n iiri-uuiii- . . ! i i I Hani-M'- :T. R. WALTON,- i - Ocuio'-ratl- LIC Dealer Conluiiiliix w Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections. Tobaccos, &c, V, 1 1 e 11 U-i- I MAIN 1 & SOMERSET STREETS, t 1 - ! I STANFORD, KY. .. A versity Wedm sdny. Mi:. J. II. BnmiiT, wife and Miss Bertie are visiting relatives in the southwestern part of the State. Ml Mattii: Buow.v, of 1 .111101 tor, pasM'd through Wvdnesdny to vWt Miss "violin, nt Alum Springs. Mn. Ben Sw oik, Mrs. Joe Swope and Miss Marv Hubble started to Missouri Tuesday to visit relatives. of Texas, who has Mit. A. I). lUth-lSt- li. sMnt the summer with Tom and Galsj Ijtckey, has gone on a visit to Gen. Ai.ritKii Ciiiwman, Assistant Adjutant of the (J. A. It. of Kentucky, witli Passion Slave, Michael SlogolF, Ac. hendqunrters nt Itndon, called to fee us Tuesday. Jt'iior. Vaiinon is announced as a can Juh!kC W. Mktcali- - psssiMl up to didate for the democratic nomination for Bnrbourville Monday with his liandsome county judge, a position which he has bride, looking as happy us a great big tilled with much credit and fidelity, The fact that he will likely have no opposiMn. I C. Owslky and son, W. L. Ows-la- tion in his own party shows that his seralter a few weeks very pleanantly vices are appreciated, and is n high comsjH'iit with friends here, left for their pliment to his devotion to duty. Give home at IajuInvHIc Tuesday. him n big vote at the primary in OctoPhof. S. J. I'ii.uam writes that he has ber. oiHMted the preparatory of Georgetown II. W. Hail, who has been in jail .College with an increased attendance here for some time for murder commit and is greatly pleased with the outlook. Jess Lynn and Sam Meuefee are with ted in Harlan, was taken thither by Deputy Sheriir Howard nnd Jailer Howhim. ard Wednesday, where he will try for Mas. M. II. Owslby brought her daughter, Miss F.llen, to take the train ball before the county judge. The Howards aro cousins of the notorious Wils hero for her school in Ix)uisville, but too late they spent the night nt Howard and are dangerous men themMr. U.S. Withers' and went on next selves, though apparently epiito gentlem Lai-kky, B.iu-tlowey, Hensley each shot William Davis, who slaggercfl into the church and fell dead in his mother's arms. Howard is related to the notorious Harlan county Howards and the murder was occasioned by an old grudge. . The Ford Metropolitan Dramatic Co., headed by the popular nctor, Clint G. Ford, will appear nt Walton's Opera House Monday, Tuesday ami WednesThe company i day nights, said to Iw a strong one and well equipped for the production of such dramas as Hearts of Oak, The SMxvjr King, The .mme.lwtely I, for all purposes, SH.'.Sl'.n:!, which is THOMAS K. I'HKLPS. the largest of nny church in the city. I Fid. K. L. Powell is pastor. k.VUI tl(lpi kVI tiiu tVltO ll'V t My IIOL'SK im the Long Hun Association, to which the ford. It I veryAND t.OTpruo-r- trMa.n treet Stanand if dipcsed dnirxhle alc tKt'ion Ixmisvillc BapMst churches belong, there of by C. Warren or tocan be glven'Nov 15. Apply to K. MRS. KATE HAYS, Stanford. are 5,107 Baptists in Louisville, the Wal59 nut street church heading the list with is 8'n FOR SALE OR RENT; Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. 1,570. Executor's Sale day. Cm.. Wm. (J. Welch, of Ijuicnstvr, is in the city. Col. Welch is big in brain, U'xiugton Transim well as in body. The hint sentence may save the cript. writer of the above, but locating him nt nny point but Stanford or Crab Orchnrd is a capital offense and is usually so pun- manly. Sixck the till of S. II. Shanks was tapped a week or two ago several other merchants in town have Wen similarly robbed. Bruce & Mvltoberts mised So on 0.10 occasion and $7..'0oii mint her, while B nirne's stoic is minus several pieces of have been directed jewelry. ished. to a certain boy in town, but for sundry Mu. M. G. CAsir, of Clifton, Texns, is reasons we withhold his name to wait on a visit to his brother, John F. Cash, further developments, sinceicly hoping after an absence of 10 years. Ho is very that tliev are not well grounded. much Attached to tho I)ii Stnr State, Or tho company which will play hero which ho thiuks exceeds nil tho others in including pretty women. next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday ninny things, His popularity in the homo of his adop- nights, the ICvausville, hid., Journal tion is shown in the fact that ho has says: "Tho painstaking and meritorious held for several years the otlice of tax performances of Ford'ri Dramulie Comassessor which pnya 52,000 n year. Ho pany has brought out largi audiences Is a clear cut democrat and s.iys that during their engagement. The very difprohibitionists and republicans aro away ficult dramas were presented in a mas below par in Ids section. Mr. Cash lias terly manner and the company is one of been a subscriber of this pnper ever inoro than ordinary ability. Mr. Ford is since it was established and says in nil an established favoritu in our city." Ad mission 115, 50 and 75 cents. that time he has hardly nilsed a copy. ns 11 Kid. Jos. Ballon returned yesterday s' from Laurel county where he held a meeting at unit of I'M. Stephen Collier's churches, which resulted in 50 additions, mot of them heads of families. Itev. J. II. Hopper and his daughter, Miss itosn, were guests of Mrs. 11. S. Withers on their return from the Kirks-vill- e meeting, where he nud Mr. Kvaiw won 'ill souls to Christ. They begin a meetiiiL' nt Horeb, Fayette county to day. The Christian church has called Itev. John Bell Gibson for his sixth year and ho has accented. The current year has been one of the most successful ot his ministry. Tlie church has been strengthened by about 50 members and the utmost harmony and christian spirit prevail. Mr. Gibson has made a splendid pastor, is daily improving as a pulpit orator and is destined to become one of the most distinguished of his denomination. The With session of the Kentucky Conference, Bishop A. W. Wilson presiding, is in session at Paris, where it met IS years ago. There Is n full attendance, including many who have grown Key. oltl in the service of tho Master. T. N. Kalston, of Newport, is tho oldest minister in the conference. He began work as such in 18J7. Among the other nged ministers mo Itevs. It. Deering, who begun as it preacher in 1SIW, S. W. Spears in lS:'.- - B. F. Sedwick in 18;W, G. S. Savage in 1SI55, W. B. Kavanaugh in 18.(5, W. II. Anderson in lSltS untl S. S. Deering in 18IW. two-week- LAND & A PERSONALTY. VanAri-dale- Fruit Jars, Tin Cans and Stoneware of the , best a Ktecutor of the will ol Mr. I.ucindn liihds. Prices Always Reasonable. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. 1 died, I will on Tuesday, September 24th, At the late reidcnce of decedent, about one mile from llutonllle on thc Stanford pike, sell at ptihlic auilion to the hlcheit bidder all of the eitate ol the dcicdcnt, toimitintf of the Farm of 200 Acres Land. One yoke 1 T. R. WAJLTON. 0en, Shorthorn Cow, registered: Hull, reentered; Milk Coi and CaUe, 3 Ster, 3 yearling Heifen, 10 head of Hogt,aiid ol 1 4 the Farming Implement, and crop, of llav. Corn, (tyc, &c. The imtirotcnicnt on tho farm consul ofa com- lonaoie unminc noue ol 7 rooms, n good baru and other outbuildings Terms Tlie land will he sold for Jt.coo tote paid w.hen poscit n i given, the renlander In 6 and months, in vqiul installments, with interest Iroin dlle on notes payable in bank. I'osicssiot. Sisen nnd good title lade hen terms are com plied witn. For the penonally all sums ol J10 and under, cash; ovrrthat amount j months' credit on notes withood security, with Interest from ate and payable in bank I uill take pIcaMire in showing the land to nny one desiruiK to bid, at will also Mr John Harman, on the premise II. 11ROWN, Uxor. llii'liinvillo. K.Sent o. All ptreons holdini; cl.ims against Mm. Vun- Ar.d e will present them properly prccd, H fold 1 1 The Great Remedies! KKET SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such a Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimple, Ulcerated Throat. White Swelling, Syphilitic diseases In all its stages. Necrosis. .Ve. I'rice $1 per bottle. IIAV IS" IKON HITTERS i the mot pleasant to take of all the Iron tnnirn. 1, mm It cive a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles and nervous system. I'rice $i per bottle. UATLIKKS WORM SYRUP is made of the best worm killers and expellers known to the med- u4i iiuigiiiuii mm uiriciui. iciuiiiiuciiu. useii. is is picasans io iaKe, sale ana reuaole. 1 rice 3C per bottle. GATLIFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache. Ac. Acts as cathartic. I'rice as cents per box. Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by the i i n..r,.u iS. .11 Executor's Salo. A Executorof tho late V, II llra.ici.ile, I will at his late residence In Lincoln county, Ky , near Mcrcl.iml, on WIULIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg. Ky. Mo (Do BUPUDY,, WINTER 9t 4 t-- Tuosday, October 1st, '89, Sell nt public sale, thc cstitc of said Ilnndale iou-titiu- ? in part of Three ai;cil and one s crime mule, loir.e cows, one enrluiir filly, four licitrrs, two .leer caves, one khntt horn bull, fanning implement, com, oats nnd lia. stcck scales in Mnre'and, stock In DmWlIc & lIuMonville Turnpike C mpany; tluee National Hank, ot Dan shares f sirck in ville; blacksmith shop and lot in Mit'cgeville, Lincoln county Ky TermFor personalty for all sums owr ten J MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving His IIle FALL ) AND GOODS. Give him a Trial LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Itev. I). W. lleddleton began a pro- tracted meeting at the Presbyterian church last Wednesday night. Uarrartl College opened Tuesday with more than UK) pupils in attendance and about a dozen boarders at tlie Public school. V. P. Uuble, near Hryantsville, two barns by lire last Monday about noon. It is thought some one had been smoking about tho barns. Loss $1,800, At ctirity, necotiible and payable in llii'tonville .i.nu oiacksmun .nop :iuu iui .Nutu mil nanK will be sold on credit of six months, inicti t from date, i ote and sc utlty as above specified, and lein also retimed on s.ii'd property to secure the purchase money This Oct. ist. 1889, H IIHOWN, Executor. 58 Sals of ccanu,& Warranted and a Perfect at Guaranteed, miles the shortest, II hours quickest between Cincinnati nnd New leans. THROUGH South-Roun- Or- Land and Personality. Entire Trains Run Through Without Change. CAR SERVICE, lo.st As Executors of R. W. Oixens, dee'd, we will sell at public auction to the htgncst oiancr on Thursday, Oct. 10th, I8Q9, tracts 130 Acres kowti as by I J ml, situated on the turnpike, Uaitof A. K A CITY AND VICINITY. IIOUSK Foil BEST." -- Ajiply to Dr. J. F, Peyton. No. 1 Superior Wheat Drills for sale. " I M. Bruce. Valuable town property. A lot improved or a lot unimproved. J. It. Warren. Finkst liiiu of Candies ever in this market, just received at A. A. Warren's Fon Salk. "Model Grocery." bit a calf and a sow belongP. Bright, Inst week, ing to Mr. and they died a few days afterward. A mad dog Gi-orgt-! Tin: Dleka Famous- Patent Feed Cut tlur-nol- o ter is the lightewt running and mobt using cutter. I refer you to parties tliem. T. Metcalf. - Tun Fori Dramatic Co. 1b holding the hoards ut Somerset this week and giving much satisfaction. Kemoinber it will he at Walton's Opera Houbo tho first three dayB of next week., r 1 Cai'oiit With a Ciikck. Tuesday night a rough and ragged individual about 25 years of age, claiming to be C. C. Jones, of London, was trying to work our merchants with a cheek for $18, with the signature of Spencer Hubble attached. Ho finally went to the Louisville Storo and by pretemling to know every man in Loudon witli whom one of tlie clerks was acquainted, suc ceeded in buying a suit of clothes for $8 and getting $10 in change. The next morning he bought a ticket to Louisville anil skipped. Tho check was placed in the Lincoln National bunk and sent to the Danville bank, upon which it was drawn, but it was returned and is evi dently a forgery. The samo man, it is supposed, passed a check for ?15 on J. It. Cook, of Mt. Vernon, also signed Spencer Huhblo and that was also returned. Tho check racket is being extensively worked all over tho country and tho safest plan is to regard every man you see with one as n forger, if ho wants to u?o it and cannot identify himself. ... insurance ?IKX). in Lincoln county. Ky , two his late tnllcs East of Shelby City, thr following Tho Iloone Club bad a call meeting Wednesday and the members spent a couple of days and a night camping on the river bank. Tho moHt important diidics served were squirrel ami mill, o which there was an abundance. J. I). Jones, who disappeared a few weeks ago with a good sum of money in his pocket, and was supposed by many to bo shot, stabbed or drowned, has at , last been heard from. His Holtzclaw, has received a letter from him, but will not reveal his hiding brother-in-law- of Land; the McKobcrts and ShelStanford ar.d Knob Iiick Denny's. j'fr- - -- Train No.i, Pullman Boudoir Huff-e- t Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans Chattanooga to Shreveport. Tram j, Pullman lioudolr Iluffct Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati to Jacksonville and Knnxville. Sleepers St. Louis toNew Orleans via M. .V O. N, .r : n part of the Her- vey Helm place, situated on rem ell lane witn iti.o a right ol way to Stanford and Knob Lick pike. trait ol 84 Acres, beini; 4m!M.l!HIH4a Mil. Hi No. j. Daily. Condemed Schedule in Effect March 31, i88 READ DOWN. No. 7. 9 17 KB3AD UJ?. STATIONS. L've Cincinnati TRAINS NORTH. No. j. No. 4. No. 6. Liai Lim. Dally Fast Ex. Sun. Dally. Ex. Lim. Dally. A'rvi 6 40 a mi 641pm 1035 a m 330 pm No. tract of IOO Acres of well Umbered knob land, situated on While Oak. A First two tracts are in a high state ot cultiva tion, well fenced and unimproved. Terns made known m day of sale. J. O. .V W. I'. OIVENS, K " Daily. Dally. Lim. Ex, Sun, a 111 1'KAI.Na No. 3. 4 5 7 7 Daily. Lim. No. 1, 4. v. I I I place. Tlie ladies of tlie Aid Society celebrated tho 15th anniversary of tho society by entertaining the on Wednesday membeis of three adjoining societies. There was just L'O lady visitors present, ami we understand they claim to have been royally entertained. Tlie supper at night for the public also proved a success. LouIb Indrain, who recently recovDENTIST. ered from a long and severe attack of Typhoid fever, is down again quite sick. Oflicecn Lancaster street, opposite Judgo Owsley is also very sick. C. W. Stanford, Ky. 1 1 1 At tlui umc tlmi! and place, as surviving partner of the firm of K W. (livens .V Son, I will sell publicly all of the pirsonalty owned by said firm, con. VOfirlttll. :.. ........Innll.. nl J .u.-t- r Mill... U31 pm 8 w .1.1111 IIIIICiprtl.J ". r ...... ...M, if j 11 jopm t jntf s 4UUIG I.'IC9, I4'i..i-vmil es, 3 nice ij pm 9 race hnmp.i iniri' suitable for a ladv to drive, ,. 3 riliy oy uuKe 6 00 in Mare by WarUnnce, jopm of Montrose, I a jcar.old I illvby Leen.itus and a yearllne 1000 pin nice brood Mares: 6 earling Cattle, Heifers, 8 prade Cow-- and Calves, 6 fancy bred Shorthorn Cows, all registered; aS Hogs and 74 Shouts; the Crop, consisting" 90 acres of Corn, in stack llav, both timothy and clover, and Oatsconsisting ImplementSt a complete set of of McCormick Hinder and 1 Mower, a WiiKOiis and harnes, Corn Planter, Hay Rnke, Cider Mill, Harrows, A.C , llaroiuhe and i W. I'. (HVKNS. d T. 1). English. Auctioneer. I -' " 10 11 9 53 am 59 a m jopis 03 p mi Scopini 755am 9 30pm 47 P ol p ml 10 39 pm 55 pmjio i$ a m 35 P1" 45 ..... 1 59 10 1 I 1 Duck-boar- J7-t- North-Houn- 4 10 a ml Georgetown 714am u 38 p m ... . i.c xing ion 10 p m ni , ij y m 700 a m Lve....Lou. S. R. K.. ,Arr. ,Lve. - .1. Arr Ilurcin ""X. Arr 3 55 a mi jaop m 5 50 am 10 50 p m ...lluririn pm 12 Mini 11 17am Le. ...Danville.,. pin) j 16 n m 1031pm 333am 530am p m la 30 a m II 45 am Junction City., iitsm 31 53 p m 530 a m 1030 apm 8 30 m Somerset 05 a ml a 05 a m I 00 p in 35 p m Oakdale 9 33 pm 11 35a m 4 3 am 5 5 a " 415am o pmi 7 55 a m 8 35 am 10 n rai Ar'v..ChattanooKa., L've 0 406am a m Ar'v p m i. 7 35 300am 9 10 a m 7 00 Attalla. 4 47 a ra oa pm 9 49 p m'Ar'v.. .1 45 P m 11 45 pn.ll.'ve... Ilirmingham j 00 pmi 300pm ......... ... 03 am Tuscaloosa 608 pm nimi L've 10 cop in II ?3PUI 4 45 a m'Ar'v...., Meridian in mi m Ar'vNew Orleans ...L've 4 15 am! 3 35 pm m Ar'v ..; 9 40 pm 510am L've.....Meridian .....,Ar v 0 top m Jackson 1... 9 10 a m L've ve.... vicKsourK, 400pm II 35 am H . .aionroe 10 05 ami... 4 35 pm L've reveport. lion"i,., Ar'v 830P Train No. 3, Pullman Iloudoir lluftet Sleeping Cars, New Orleans to Cincinnati' I "i .Villiamstown..L've 5 13 a m ... 8 30 a m 1 51 u m jib. 1 1 1 1 1 1 n ' 111 m i BJJHUV court-hous- e Train .'o tf. Pullman Huudolrlluffet Sleeping Cars New Orleans to Cincinnati. i Clrmnnv. f a .1. ,....m...-- w .w . -- "jc-- o ?; I rain ;Nc. , ruiiman iiouuoir mm Knoxville sonvile I Cincinnati, via W. .V A. und K. T., V. AJO. Sleeper from Trav Pass. to Cincinnati. Agt Lexington, Ky. v. WOOLLEV. FItANK U. U. tlJWAKDb. Uenl I'ass. ana Tkt. Aet. n t'. MIT ' r.cn.r.l Manaeer. Cincinnati Ohio 'mnv "r' y.,.... N 'i1 lJKste .mMkM 'Mj>iM& lU-- . s.i.' Sit mv,r,mm9mmmmnqt ft wimin -- . ,, ,mumt'i,,mmmmfwmmimif Mll.WgaiipW iM,inMn,. ., p,, Kmni, w,,iH II ir MHiMMMM mmJj&' MT. SALEM. I M Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal STANDmnG j BY THE FAMILY. I ' I We tiro pleased to state on authority of her nttondinu physician thnt .Mrs. Hniiunh Kielnmls, who hits been down with n bud case of (lux, is improving. AT Mr. June Held, our late clerk, B PKK YICAR.IX ADVANCB last Friday in 11 road cart and " srWhen not o paid $2.50 will be charged.-loaded up his various personal bagpipe and returned to his home near Huston ville Saturday. While heie he called on K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. his pirl, of course. Train leaves Rowland at 7 00 a. m., returning Mm. Elizabeth Tinsley and youngest t 4HQ p. m. son. William M., some three or more L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. years ngo left a pood home and farm in 1 3Pra this section to try their fortunes on the Mail tram going North 3IP" " South Kans.u. 37 P m elevated, airy plains of Western " South Express train North 3Tm Three fruitless attempts to raise u crop 6 Loral Freight North Iht-533P " hjttieiled them with that section. South. The Utter traim alo carry pattengert. returned to the old farm last Thursday, The above it calculated on itandard time. Solar ceveral years older and wiser and sometime it about 10 minutet falter what sadder, with shorter pocketbools by hundreds of dollars. "Bill Mose," as G. B. h is familiarly called, has grown a few Is a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for feet of the primary taller, but lanker, and claims that County Clerk, subject to the action election, Oct. 19 he has had nothing to eat but jack tab-bit- a since he left. He thinks that as sc n DAWSON W. as he Rets plenty to eat, that he will imIs a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub' prove in ilesh. jectto the faction of the Democracy About n half mile from this place, on a beautiful elevation, which slopes in MISS all directions, in the long, lone; tto, whs Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public So long ago was of Lincoln county. Election Aujfutt, 1890. built a church-house- . Schools it built that the memory of the oldest inhabitant runneth not back to the date. A B. church was organized here and it grew Is a Candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. in strength and grace; and during its long existence its pulpit was adorned, at A. EVANS different times, by the eloquence of Fo- a Candidate for Survejor of Lincoln county, ley, Higgins, Waller, Peck, Fisher, Leake Is subject to the Denocratic Primary Llection, to be thotwoHuckners, Coffey, LaKue and held October 19, 1SS9. 11 ,1 ... Tn .1 l..CJ..r H.,1,t,. ... .vo.,.. ....-its palmy days, church music was culti- vate'd to such an extent that fome of its Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schoolt, subject to the Democratic Primary hlec-tio- n songsters developed into the "sweetest to be held in October. w jus I singers in Israel." A Sunday-schoo- l onranized. too. which was dull and ulim-- . mering at the start, but grew brighter nCandidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, tub- - and brighter, till it became a beacon Is ject to the action ofthe Democracy. liirht to all the surrounding section. Hut cloudy days cutne. Other churches of SAM M. the same denomination sprung up in at Jailer of Lincoln close proximity. Somo of the leading, Is a Candidate for county, sublect to the action of the Democratic spirits o( the old Mt. Salem united with these new churches and tho old church was done away with, dissensions arose G. S. and tlie house torn down. Some of im , Lincoln connly, Is a Candidate for Jailer of jectto the action ofthe Democratic party. members stood aloof and failed to put in Published Every Tuesday and Friday 3m COOPER lie Tnuk mi Interest lo Ever body Hear ing Ills Natnti. -Good ovening, sir," said a man with whito K)rcelaln buttons on his cout, ns he politely removed a black straw- - hat with both hands. Ho was coming down tho front stops of a Mndlsonnvcntio houso and had encountered the owner going up. "1 have just boon read In' your door-platDoorplutcs of tho beat fum'lies are the only Ht'ratoor I neruse now. 1 do not care for grocery signs and bill boards The ono. sir, is mediocre, while I find the other bombastic ifTi' stilted. My fav'rite readin' is tho engraved door-plate- s of our first cit'zena. Disjointed un' fragmentary, sir, but satisfactory to ono of cultivated tastes." "Yes." answered tho gentleman, suspiciously "Your name, I learn," went on tho student of doorplato literature, "Is Woodford. My own humble nnmo Is also Woodford. Thero aro many Woodfords, sir; it Is hardly likely, sir. that wo aro e. f fcgygy w rs.viia Tv sv . lortcmen and the countict .... Rarrard unit Wa.Mmr 7 .v.. .'... ion win nn an me newt reltling to tiuttert 01 in terett to tnem in the the leading naner of Central Kentucky, ittu each week, $per jear bend 30 tents and try it lor three inonthi l!oy!e, lltitlncts Addrett II .Manigcr, Danville, Kj 13 FARMERS, 11 Soften . ADVOCATE, irililtnu'iigKJgi!BtMMQgMl 5i4n.'r" ."' jr ir(alMt3.V FOR SALE! ' ' r.c.,ttat.wiii Szr yW" t -- A. M. Kclandhas go. Milk Cow 1 for sale, all thoroughbred Shorthorns, with c.il et 10 diyt old, hating had cakes within 14 hour of each other. A K0d chance to get a good cj and n thorough '.red bull calf cheap. AWnhix- - tome nice oiiiig bulls ready fsrtemcc. A M KKI.AND. 37 Stanford, Ky J. T. STTTTOIT nuaTr new can h. fw (Jrceif hat ch ru our joodi ti ,nt wnKrawJWJflf53 c& KY an ! 11 COM I - thliu in tloik of ot etery Arc. lM t 1 i t trie Ca-- f ile-i- r ml. ' if 1. Is 1.' na (t' I.Vll (I. e ri KhIim 6(tf a fu.i lV ' 1 POWDER ....!.. ......... For Sale ! line it thorl niitire Mr J II nr 'iiitinett nnd will slmw ediuif iil)t'ini( in our t with to sell my farm of A3 acre shunted on 1 he the l.anc.uter pike too mile, from Stanfi-rd- . All lind It all in grass; a comfortable dwelling ol 4 rleii.i-- pertorit vithii a tdeamnt life and well made at wift let tlie .1 TSi. purity. roomtit situated upon it Will tell at a bargain. Manford Kn.ler MilU uie 1'aienl It Flour)uur groCall, for at strength and ivh.Oetnmenra. Mure li A IIKNIDICT, Stanford. 41 cery, and If tlif) li.ne not got it nil hand, urge than the ordinary kinds aid can not be sold III' them to ktff li r net an order from them and competition with tlie multitude ol low test, short get it at the Mi .i'i,l I will guarantee a ptcaiant weight, alum nr phosphate powdert. Sold only in S. O. DAVIS, and interesting can. HOVAL HAKIM; i'OWDKK CO., W N I'lHTS. Superintendent o IS 106 Wall street. New York. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Absolutely Puro STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. 11 any relation. I. KATE BOGLE JOSEPH PAXTON HARRY I W.F.McCLARV ...,....,..... OTIS P. NEWLAND OWENS Py. CARPENTER Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of the Lincoln County Democracy. J. N. MENEFEE E. B. KENNEDY Is a Candidate for Attestor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the Democracy. M. F. Brinkley College. Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appealt, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Election August, t8qo. Preparatory Dspartment cf Csntrs membership with any church, but retained an atl'ectionate memory for days and "the houso on the hill." The morals of the cotnmunitv appeared to wane and prejudicies and jealousies arose, and where once was peace and harmony, discord became rife. Some time back a number of members of the old church, uniting their efforts with others, have succeeded in building a very well constructed andcommodiouscliurch house on a pretty site about one mile from the old one, and have lately completed it sufficiently to worship in. A by-goti- o foni "1 should bo inclined to think not,'" said the other as ho sniffed the air still mora suspiciously and went up two steps higher. "Prob'ly no near relation at least, sir. My own fam'ly is of English descent-grandfa- ther was a Kentish man, sir. Very likely your branch tnight bo Irish or mebby Wolsh. You ain't got tho Kentish nose, sir." "Evidently not if you have. What is your object In detaining me?" simply tuts, sir. Your nnmo is Wood- ford, my owtrhumblo cogncrmen is also Wo may bo no relation, but Woodford. 1 tako an interest in anybody ueann niv ou aro in Wall street. nn' today natu0' rnil nrn iiinliii. inrviiur .!!. l.Al. mums ii wiui l.u.l. "" """"" to.,uorrer vou mny bo (lat 0 rV)ur back ,f J0U over get down IO,ut,,-lloyou unve a frjeml In Morgan Wowlford. who will assist you to tho extent of his humble cajiacity for tho name you bear, W you ever need help remember thnt a etter 8t'nt to M- - Woodford, Esq., Mul berry court, Bayard street, will reach me, .Should I bo teuiporar'ly on the er should I ho absent friends will forward tho communication. Good evening, Mr. Woodford." "Ono moment," said tho Madison avenue Woodford, "I trust you would not bo insulted should I otfer you the temporary loan of fifty cents," and ho advanced a half dollar toward tho other. "Sir, your kindness overpowers me. You belong to our branch of tho family after all. I accept tho coin, to bo returned not later. Do not forget me if you over find yourself floored. Remember that a true Wood- neVt-'r K Di'ini),hnelliy aldreA iA J1 U L ljVJ. I Laud for tale Call on or jS-- tf City, Ky. FOR SALE OR RENT. Gocd II ute and Lot at Mawood Suitable for doctor or tjujier Cood tchoid-hou- to oil lot, I) I.. STKI'IIKNhON, Apply to 41 Office Store. Special attention given to diteatet of children MT. VJCKXOX, Iv V. net door to Whitehead! Drui i;;.tr. Rails, Shingles and Shoes CRESS & 3IAKET, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Mt. Vornon, Ky. tcd and Sale Mayuood, Ky For Sale, Coal and lim'nr I tnds and tarmt for tale. Cor, reitHimltn e('( ilef. 44 Ten Thoutand flat Kailt acd 10,000 l'oplar Shint'let. I hate on hand Meti't, Women't Mlttet' and Chlldren't Shi-- , made liy Alter, Knrood Si Co, I keep on hanl a No. t quilitv of Jellico. Lily and Mundelle, which I will tell t the rry loweit and Nut Coal in uiy yard Lene your orders at pricet I have tioui(ht them and they mutt be VardorS S Mters' storu and they will be attend- told. My ttocl. i complete and thotc who want ed to promptly. J II UIGOINS. mean butt-cs- t. barirsln can sx them by railing. Starford Ky 63 W C li.VII.hV, lurnerstille. Attention, Coal lluritcrs. &vcr, Stable 1 My Now Houso on Main St., JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY. CAPT. FRANK StanforJ, Ky For terms apply to Mr W. II. HiSCint, Stanford. or to me at Dantillc, Kv 3 I.TTIE N HOLMES. B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR DISSOLUTION ! Mc Robert. The aCLOuntt tll be jointly collected and the books vill be at the old Hand, and those Indebted to us can settle any day We dc.ire to etpre.t our sincere thanks to nurciittnmcrt for their kind Youm truly. patronage Thoroughly Renovated and Refurntthed, Kint clatt Fare and Keatonable I'ricet. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters ot thit Popular W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV , Oood turnouti and taddle hortet alwayt lor hit on reatonablt termt London It the noil convenient point on the railroad lo reach plsctt in th 10 in the mountain r tion of the Slate The copartnership c( McKobertt .V Stage it by mutual content diohi-d- , Mr Stax retiring, and II, the buiiuett will hereafter be cundurted by Houtt. o;-t- f. EHtabliHlicd 1825. THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, No lintel In FOB. XiTStTKAlTCE On Dnrellingt, llou-liold Proprietor it McKOIIKRTS & STAOG chandise, A. , Furniture, Smtet, apply to the old Mer- WALLACE E. VARNON, Attorney at Law, Kontuoky. Stanford, ----- Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. l.lihtnlrn: clsittet atuched anl dimaget paid whether fire entuet or not. t. (.KO. II IIKUCE, 17 Ak-en- KrntiVyhst a bMter repulitioa, and lit pr pnet r It determined that thai be maintained Itt ippointmrntt He hat tecentlt sdded to rra'tf in all the courttofof this and adjoin. appeal nj rnuntiet and in the courtSugg't Office oer McKobertt & druK store. WiM Pool and Illlllnril Parlors A I WOOD 4 WALLAGE First-Clas- s e HAFIEB, Dr. R. HOTJSB I Now York Tribune. forgets another Woodford." LIBEHTY, KV., Men'sFourth Avenue, Outfitter jij I To sceommls ...!.... .iaii.icii. Commercial ...... ,'.. t' Traveler Livory Stable e demands of hit increated . L II t i.v.i luinauit mruitneu and mhert C NEEL, Proprietor. Louisville, jS-i- m - -- Kentucky. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. little more than two weeks ago a pro- tracted meeting was Next Session will Begin Sept. 11, awakened a deep interest commenced, which in all the sur- n 4j iSSo. Full course of ttudy, both En:zlith and rounding community. The devoted laClassical. Inttruitioii etpecially adapted to pre liber- borers in the meeting were the Kev. J. pare young men for the r rethman Clats A al Englith education it furniihed to any one who B. Friable, a yi ung and rising divine, may not desire to tike the cltttical courte. Terms Principal. moderate. JAMKi II. WALTON.Dam ille, Ky. and the Kv. J. II. JJristow, oi more maJ3 MALS COLLEGE I A Modern Progresive School, be- Where your dauhWi win be taugnt now to come true wo lien, as well at thoroughly instructed in Literature, Science, Art Adlrett & Music. Ui:V C POPH, Pretident, or Mrs. S C. TRUKHEART, Lady Principal, Millersburg, Ky. cr.sz.siiLTOisr CHAIl ORCHARD, KY. Dealer Boots, Shoes, Clothinpr. In--Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Hardware, Queenf ware, Tinware, Furniture and a ture years, assisted at times by Uev. W. R. I)avidou, of McKinney. and Rev. J. On hut X. Bowling, of Middleburg. Sunday evening a council fioni tho McKinney Baptist church, assisted by members from Middlehurg and Concord, organized u church here of oS niembeit, 2J of whom were by conversion and bap-tis'i- i and tl e rest by letter and relation. On account of Mr. John I). Suith having done 60 much in building the hoiue and encouraging the meeting, the privilege was given him to name the church. The name given was "ew in, m honor of and affectionate regard for the old Mt. Salem, the church of unforgot May its light hhine like ten memories. its namesake in its happier days and the withering blight of discord and prejudice divtppear from the chuich and bchool. in-len- A lump of gold weighing 300 pound a, una wortnciuw.uou uus iwun cum 111 General Lino Montana, by the United Stute.s Av &.C. Fancy Candies, Crois Tiet, . All kinds of Produce taVcn in exulnnge for goods. sav ollit-e- of Crocerios, Settle Willi James Frye. ' ttl.-men- t. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in. tlie world fur cuts, bruises, .oret, ulcers, salt rheum, fever orei,teter,chai ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup Alfpertons knowing thetntelvet to be indebted lions and positively cures piles, or no pay rcquii. for goodt or tewaont of to.M. L. Richards, either coin, will save ttoubloby settling same tth James ed. It it guaranteed to Kite perfect satisfaction, Frye, at I hac put them in hit hands for Price 35 cents per1 lox. or money refunded. M. L. RICHARDS. 44 For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. morning for an hour and returned with HOTEL IN THE CITY. Thit old and IItel,'il still mainltin all tho worms I could carry. Ono of tho A ing itt fine reputation, Chargct reatoaable. Spemost accomplished fish liars that I ever cial attention tn the traveling public by Someret ttr-e- t, at prent M. P NKVYCUMIi, Prop., met lives within a stone's throw of the On II Ctoper A wry desirable occupied tanMr RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER OAY. ACCORDbe plate and l Ml Vernon, Ky, l place whero 1 am staying. I know that obtained a' a bargain Addrett or call on W II. A.N IiF.KMJN. Harper. Kantas, ING TO ROOMS. it is only a stone's throw because I hit OrP M McKOHKK Is, Stanford, Ky. the old man in tlie small of the back M. D H. TURKISH A RUSSIAN BATHS IN KOTKL. doing , witnarock last night, as s I - TJ,M STANFORD, KY. his ovening chores. I throw tho stone P P. .,, my Karm rf ,7,Acte,. tUated en , jusi, tor aim so siateu to mm h, a o Olti'.coti I.incitier Street, oppo.ite afterward, but he said ho had seen morel the Hatttiiiea-iMrltt.He pike, 4 miiet trom Hating removed to this place from t.lbert), to I ancatter II traternl, hat upon it a com- - t i It SSSSSSSSSH amusing tilings than that in tho Toledo luruble dwePtnu house, prolcttion, callt the attentiun oi tho . orchard in uct, practice iiit me yesterday that he all the necettarj enntt-me- tiaun 1 "ae ",0 lour iliy or nlifhttoant-ersllt- in et . . town nr eountry. I wc ild ell pcaught a trout last Fourth of July that other tra tt HtNMIHlR u't-c- r sr J oinis uie were speni in aianisru II... . . lie he ut'elhk ,1 unnecessary to tpeakol hit ability anu 33 aat s . . . weighed nineteen pounds; but when I i and turireon Athareoflhe natron 'anbtticlan asked him this morning to lend me a (0 the people ol Stanford and viomty Itatked M Bw mm. ) fish line ho said lie didn't have one v.iwjSb 3 1 hadn't been fishing In ten years. II. S. ffliltfM C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Tomer in Rochester Morning Herald. o o "JJLL'JC GHAS.S UOL'TJS." to o g & Pump Adjusters, Well Drillcr3 a 1 n"Kin u Qtinck Mine?" ST. O STANFORD. KV w 1 tJ There was company for dinner nt Dil- - THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE From p 5 ly's houso und they were enjoying the t Wellt drilled to order ana Pumpt liirnnbed CENTRAL KENTUCKY first course, which consistod of oystor factory pricet. n 9 a rt soup. Dilly niado away with hors for IBt , p 3 somo time in silenco until sho had neatly I. 31. cleaned the plate, when sho suddenly c ucroa's paused and, looking at her mother j B and stabls, tho table, buid, in n 6tago whisper: PAST LINE UETWEEN o rf "Mamma, what you fink deio'sa hair 0 O LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. bTANTglll), K In my soup." n 2. "Ilush, Dilly," 6atd mamma, frown-- 1 P. SPI.CIAL A1TI.XIION t) COMMKHCIAI. SCIIEIirt.KIN' EHtCr MAY 11, liij Injr; "it's uotliins but a crack in the "ODtiht and tIJ. 1 No. 4. "No"" Iratelers tt Ilorsrt and ituka let u.eil in llery. No 2. plate." On! hors'tand eln Ks. Sun. Dilly moved tho bowl of her spoon Daily l. Sun. lsf "t for 'he tn back and forth over tho suppo-tot8 10 a crack I.ve Cincinnati i on p mi 3 35 I"", WALTER A. W000 HARVESTING CO- m tt an,i tilen exclaimed triumphantly I,veCoingtn..., 3 so n ml 8 oj p nt 4 P m o 44 a ml 9 17 p m " P ., Lt s 'Kin a quack move?'' Philadelphia Arre Falmouth.-.to a ml 10 3 p tn 5 o P " Paris u oopinlii 00 p tn li.P"M Press. I Mb Arrl.exinKton I J 1 "" r a. I."e Parit a J. p A Curious Coincidence. in v Arr Winehetter.. Hichmond.... t: w 'I am very much opi03ed to prlzo Arr I.ancatier-- ., Arr figiiters," saiM a traveling man Arr StaHford OT o 3 ' MMMitMMtMMg w KicbmoHd ... -- ....I 45 p w "Wpll., thnt Isn't .ii'innrlrnlilo , " m. ...... ... . ........ ..Hw.v .w P 03 p J C J E D N N. A M B sponded nnothcr. "If you will notice, ""amit'on " .... ' 3 ' m.." P. you will observe that tho pnzo fighters Only ono Night out to New York. B o No. 1. No. ,. " aro frequently opposed to each other." o.S. 2. B - e Sdul V itioi 1.' Trains to Merchant Traveler. o Pwell-kno- Ilatirr rerittej and ref.irnitbed the abote Home, An Accomplished Fltli Liar. I u.tend to run it in fir.t.clatt st) te and atk a Tlio fishing is not very good here thire of the public patronage now, but you can dig dead loads of anglo worms. I went out yesterday ! NEWCOMB HOTEL. FOB. SALE MT. VERNON. KY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST Brick IIoukc mid Lot, Sj-t- no-wa- pi a FOB. SAliE 0. M'ROBERTS, uu.u-.ciiit.-- Court-Hou- te n. I siH , Kentucky Central R.R.p P2W n 9 HW HIllCE, ' ::;,;, lirst-c'a- sal; :::: South-Boun- i 111 lysBst- 0 - V, 1 "" s .r iiliilllrlUia M. Mt 1 111 ) Al 1 Rl 1 Qf mm z , ' Norlh-Iloun- d. HARRY A. EVANs, CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL STANFORD, KV Engineering and Surveying in all branches. R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCKSSOR TO Eupcpsy. IIo Didn't K110M. This it what )Ou ought to liae, in fact, jou Stranger (in Chicago) Will you please mutt hate it to fully enjoy life. Thoutands uru tell mo where Stato street is? featclung for it daily, and mourning because they Chicago Man (haughtily) Madam, I rind it not. Thousands upon thousands of dollars aro spent annually by our people in the hope am u detective. New York Sun. that the) may attain tins boun And yit it may We guarantte that F.lectnc be had by .ill A MUundertiaiiiUiii:. if ucd according to directions and the lite persisted in, will brin,- - tou Oood Dictlinn ami out the Uem m nd iin.mil inticnd l.upeptj W'c ci'iiinitnci hlcurii Uitlirs pcpsi.i and all diseases of I.icr. Stomach and, per bottle b) A K Kidneti.. Sold nt 301. and Pcnn),s drugstore t, Arr Kichniand. I.ve'Staiifurd . . I. Lancaster Arr Kichmund Arr Wincheiier Arr Paris I.ve I.exlugton .. i.e IleroaI.e- I.tvmttton - ! 00 10 25 11 . IeKlchmond... forI). At 1 M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, 511 4TH AVENUE, its clutchet upon her and for to en jtars the uithsto.d itsurest tests, but her wtali.r Sttlis were iinderniliicd and death seemed iinmi. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish y ntnt. I'or tht?c months she couched Stock of and could not sleep. She ol ut a if Or. King't New Ditimcry for contumption .ind mas so much relieved on iakm' the first dose tli.it she slept all niaht, and ulth one bottle she bus been miraculously cured. Her name it Mrs 11. Erer brought to tho city of Loutstllle, now open ther Lut X ' C 'I hus write W. C HttmncL ,fe Co ,of She'by, (ift .1 free trial bottle at A, It including the drug store. KNOX & JOIIH B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS You Cannot Afford' AndsNomy own Importatiou of English Hats At thit season ofthe yaar to be uithout a jiwd re, n i and Caps An elegant lino of Canes and Lyon'i liable dlarrhosn balij'111 in the house, at cramps Fine colic, diarrhiM Mlotrcss Why, Bridget, whero are you Cclibratcd Umbrellas a!was ou hand and all inil.immalion of the ttom- going? ,hBnab.idl.iiiccceed.iijly d.nBcn.u If no. CAPS, (attended SEAL SKIN Bridget Shure, uia'ain, I bo's goln' tout oiue. Ono bottle of Hcl-l-Oiar bnea Ilaltam will do more good in cae of the out fur a walk. Olovet and other Fun, a tpecialty Oiders out Miatreaa (petulantly) Dear, dears I side of city solicited, perfect satltfactinr guaran j kind than anvM er i moon earilt N'c (,'u- -r teed, Don't tail toardera NOUUY HAT 'J .ty , anteo it A R, "nny Orujfjist thought (liia was uiy day out, fattem-lii:t-&sa- LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY A Woman's Discovery. . 'Another wonderful dltcovery bos been made and tint too by a lady in thit county. Disease Jmii si' MAT world-reuowa- ed Wm$Mm riff I 9 1 VAmW TSi ! 11 SACQES, j' mi-d- . I.ve Falmouth... Arr Covington. .. Arr Cincinnati . . .V. .y. Ic..i Pan -- I iln thcM.ivi!'.: 8 no, a m and No. 11, at 5 ss, p m, arriving at .Mayttilleat 10 15, a 111, and 810, p m. No. to leatet Majtille at $,15 a in, arritini at pant at No 11 Ma)tille at 110 and .40,1111 arntet at Pint t 4 .05, p in. These trains are daily except und I.oniiigton 10 03 am; arrives Parit Nc 43 to 41 an ev pt Sniida) 8 leaet Cincinnati 5 1$ pm; arr lies Kalmouih i. 7:0 pm; excert Sunday 6ooain; arrivet Cincin No, 7luact hnlmoutli n.tti 7 55 am, except Sundav No jzlraict Clncinniti 8 30 am; arrltet 1030 a ni, Sunday nnl No 13 Icavet Falmouth 4 15 p m;nrritet 15pm; Sunday only, Train Notes .No J runt daily belu een I.exing. ton and Cm liuiail. No 4 runs daily between Cincinnati and Lexington Not s anil 6 mike cmine. tuiiit at uichaster tor points nn the N N Ar M V lly Lexington. No 4 makes this IMI'OUTAX r -- Trains of thit line now arrive at and depart fim-- i the Central Union Passenpet blatlon Cnielnnati, inuking couneitiont for all poiutt North, I'.ist and Wett bigsaKe checked to any lhrouKlilickeltand destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any aeent ol the Co. S. I II. MORSH. K. II. 1IACON. TrateltiiK IVtt'g'r At., C.cn'l Pan B'rAitt., Covir.cton, Ky. Lexington, Ky. H E IP'S INU TON, General Manager, C.INKK.VI. OHIChS Clumber of Commerce, lluildinc Cincinnati, O, In-:,.- ..., Lte Pant in . 4J a in . 7 00 am. 7 40 a tn . 9 45 a m -a 40 p in 6 lo a m j 3" P i" 7 15 a 111 4 10 p in1 7 4t a in a m 3 4? pm 3 45 P I" 7 4 j p m 8 S3 a 111 t 15 P m 5 jo P " 9 13 a in 5 07 p in 6 3J p inlto 3J a nil 7 so p m 6 45 p 1.1 10 45 a in 1 itr m am. a Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore Now York, I'D m tn 2 lv f Pattine; all the Famous Virginia Springs ' j I lisht and nrrnum at Old Point Cuiifnit and the Sea Shorn the next attcrnoon 'lime Card in Kfb-c- t Julj 1, tv, EASTWARD. Fa.t.Mail FnttVes D.ul I.xprew V.x Sun 11 ill) Ltprct Daily 3 7 7 inn 30 am I'at. WM. ADAMS & SON, 42 I'ROADWAY, I.e Stanford " le " Morehead Olive Hill " Athhnd. " K. li. JunctioM " .Mt Storhnj " l'reiim . . Lexiniton " WinOietter Arr White Sulphur. " Catletltburg. " Huntington ... ll 45 am la 2$ pm I O.J pn. I 17 pm un t 03 pm 3 10 ns pm 4 6 ot pm n jo jiin 6 50 pm u 6 7 31 n'nj 6 !$ jiuii 8 iu am 40 pin ' 30 pm LEXINGTON, - KY in so lint. 10 8 51 inn q annul 8 41 pm 10 nm 1 03 am jj I 1 1 " Washingtnn " Italllmure " Philadelphia 11 New York " Rlchninnil, Va. ' Norfolk " 'barltttnlle. . m 33 pn. t 4$ pin pm is 30 am 1 6 11 ami 10 3) pm 11 00 am 4 05 am 50 pin, 8 10 tun 3 ti, pm1 d (.8 .1I11 A In 11m I A&B3k f r k -- C0MPANY II ,1'! 9 10 pm 1 5 35 35 Jim1 11 jo am "o n - (IdPnlntComfort 40 pm 5 I'm pnij it i 1 30 pin 03 nm 30 urn CREAM " kSsRH Returning, fait Vestibuled from New Vork and eitti-rpoints arrives at Win. Iicter 4 04 p m and Lrxiniton 4 47 P m daily I'.ivt mail Iran Huiitington and ull points eutt arrives incbot ter 11 33 a m mul I.oinglun 11 45 nnon daily In. t hiindit) I'att express from Ihiiringk.n, Parkertburt; and Wlieelinif arritei Lexiitou nil lost p in Olive 7 5 dully Hill aci nmmodntioii 8 in a to a in and 40 p m, Winchester 6 4. airiia 111, leaves Wiuchoier Lexington, EXINCTONY. 1 Fortukcttnhd liifonn.iihm wriienr apply t. ti W IIARNKV, lickot Agent S A llROMIIhRO Tmt Past Agt. t J I MURPHY. (.en'l Past , j i lIN'OL'ON.id V P.Le ins-ion- Kv MtMto&B& W Si S q ( -- 4i i liJ?. i