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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, d889. 1 t v 4pr NO. 65 -- "now town" In Kentucky in roiiiu ,,oltt thing now under tbo huh, imleed; and Hell yet wo liavo countv. Wo owe it exiHtence to the i'g natural resourced of the southeastern part of our State; ami to tliu enterprise of an Kugllsh company Tnu American Association of I)ndon, Knglnud. This hotels to cost JI'J.i.OOO, and expected to ground, coveted the spaco with seats for day mornings. KldorJ. Q. Montgomery has deliver! company wan organized in 1SS7 for the ho rcaily for gitesti in October when the the accommodation of L',000 persons. Af- -Atof lots takes place; two ileots; olli tor a few meetings it was found necessa etl 's croP of wheat, about 1,000 bush purpose of investing Sr lauds in the - ces of the American Association; r.v to extend the scats around the out els, to K. L. Tanner, at 72J eta United Suites. It did not decide to inotllcesi James W. Ilibb, Jr., has a week-olside, the side curtains being raised, for vest in lauds at and around Cumberland ' Middlesboroiurh Tow it Co. Vc. &c. Oap until after lieariiiK the opinions of) A canal to straighten Yellow Creek is ""other thousand. It was one of your daughter at Ids house. He warns the revivals, which resulted in boys that lie will be particular who experts sent out from London foi the "early Huisheil, ai aro also the streets she keeps company with. the conversion of 400 persons, being Among the latest enterpris of examining this and other and parks. purpose Klmer, son of It. II. Coopthroe weeks. Planters for severlands. The reasons, as given by the ex- es are three National bunks, in one of aminers in their reports, for preferring which V. J. Kinnaird will take a posi- al miles around would bring in their er, has been suffering from bronchial the locality selected, are the enormous tion its cashier; there Is already a .Suite families and return homo after night ser- tioubles and threatened with typhoid fe- We give LO W Lideposits of tine grade coal and iron ore, bank. Of course there aro already a vice. Some of the hardest cases in the ver, but is much better at this time. city were converted. The ministers, ac- J. Walker Givens bought of A. C. and also the splendid growth of hard telegraph, a telephone and an ex pi era : rnniiiiinli.il In- Mm Mull.... , ..I i.... of wood timbers. The territory selected ollirt i v ".... uim- win'it .Jen- Dunn mule colts at $50 each and JOJVES The Mlddlesborotigh Town Co. is also nie Ross hold services Criin Smith at $15. F. M. Mooro bought was at that time absolutely without of John Toombs mule colt at$02.50. A. shipping facilities, hut the other advan- erecting a large school building, which, in her parlors, which resulted in tlie conBoots Shoes tages were bo great that this was regard when finished, will lie in keeping with version of Jennie and her entire harem C. Dunn sold Sam M. Owens a saddle the town. The town will he formallv of girls, several of whom have obtained horse for $150. ed of comparatively little moment. This The remains of James Moore, nn 18S!t, when a public homes in respectable families in the city. company having an Immeiiso capital opened Oct. of Kingiville, were brought of lots will commence and continue On one occasion Jennie "spoke out in could easily overcome such an obstacle " . four or Hue days, I suppose there will meetln'." She said, "I was reined and hero and buried in the McKinney cemens the one mentioned nlxm-As soon in the presence of a large as the lands wero secured, there were be- - bo cheap rates on all the roads leading educated by respectable parents in the tery the gun a railroad Irom Mioxvtlle anil a into tlie town at the time of these sales city of Louisville, Ky., but like some crowd of relatives and friends. Our hearttunnel through Cumberland Mountain It will pay any one to go up merely to other unfortunate girls, the tempter felt sympathy goes out to the bereaved directly under Cumberland Gap. Hotli see what it is possible to accomplish in a came and I fell. I now desire to load a wife and orphans. Meeting still going on at the Haptist New road and tunnel have recently been short time. There will be n meeting of new life. I am no pauper. I have means new finished, as hits also an extension of the the Governor of of Kentucky, Tennes- enough to commence business. I have church. Six additions to this writing. JVew a good knowledge of millinery nnd dress Among the number is Mrs. Job Dougnew L. & N.'s Cumberland Valley route from see and Virginia on Out. Pith. As the firot train on tlie Kuoxville, making, but I cannot make a success of lass, over 70 years of age. He v. W. H. Middlesborougli Piiieville; thus giving New Calicoes, direct communication with both Knox Cumberland Gap and Louisville road it unless you ladies will patronize me. Davidson lias been called to the pastor-ntof the New Mt. Salem church. Two Will you do It?" Then came from scores villi', Tumi, and Louisville, Ky. In ad- left Kuoxville for the Gap, nn accident new dition to these roads already in opera- occurred in which several people wero ot voices, " os, yes, we will, we will 1' additions last Sunday. The South Kv. New e shall see whether they keep their Districts. S. Convention will convene at tion, there is one now under contract killed ami a number injured. Among New new Mhldlebtirg, Friday, Sept. 27th, and will from Hig Stone (Sap to Cumberland Oap; the injured was Mr. A. A. Arthur, the piomiso or not. I believe they will. They also visited be in session three davs. General Manager of the Ainerjcan AssoEverybody init is expected that this will be tliiishod in January next, giving a direct route to ciation. The accident was not, however, the establishment of Alice Hall and held vited. see ConOur jolly good friend, George Aiford, tine to any fault in the construction of service in one of her riehlv furnished Virginia and the sea coast. road as the rails wore found to lie parlors, which resulted in the conversion of Morelrnd, was here Saturday night, On the Tennessee side of the (tap is tlie Shoe; andthe town of Dillwyn Springs, in width in a perfect condition immediately after of only one of her girls. The meetings visiting his best girl. Mrs. Annie MovShoes. is to be located the gigantic sanitarium the accident. Trains are now running did not seem to have much ell'ect upon ers, of Madison, Intl., is visiting her the dashing beauty, Alice. The meeting brother, Bowman Smith, and family. be erected by eastern physicians. As on schedule time. to reminded me of some camp meetings Miss Lillian Tanner is attending Hamilthere nre a number of mineral springs craborcha67 that were held in Hoyle, near Mitchells-burg- , ton College at Lexington. Dr. Hryant, IS in number, chalybeate and various -- Tlie gonial shower Monday night when 1 was a youth. I have no wife and son, of Ku banks, have been visforms of sulphur in close proximity to doubt that many of your old readess will iting friends here; also prospecting with the town, and as tlio mountain kcenerv was much needed in this community. a view of locating in our town. Mr. Geo. We understand Mr. I). G. Slaughter remember attending these meetings. is grand beyond my powers of descrip The weather is delightful now, and Hihb, a lino musician, though unfortuw going to build extensively between lion, it will doubtless become a popular nately blind, of Canton, Mo., spent a s cotton Is coming in at a lively rate and and Dripping Springs on the health resort. Already there is a with his cousin. Richard Hibb. bringing good prices. The First National, hotel in operation, which lias been uody place for a watering place next Farmers and Merchants and the Paris Misses Hell Jones and H.dl Kilfe, of Mt. comfortably tilled with guests during tlio summer. Ho lias line water there, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. James havegono Kxchange Hanks are kept busy paying Salem, are the guests of Miss Hannah summer. From the verandah of this ho ' Miss Mr. J. II. oir checks for cotton, com, hay, etc. Hus Fair and attending the meeting. tel the Cumberland mountains are in to McKinney to board. uiess ot all kinds is brisk. From tlO.OOO Loiinna Hibb is assisting Mrs. Lizzie CoOUR full view for miles, the "Pinnacle," LVKH Hutching', Win. It. Dillloti anil Wilson Dillion went to Louisville Monday night, to 10,000 bales of cotton nre bought and ver with the Turnersvillo school. Mis. feet above sea level, Is nearly directly in l)r. locker, of Manfonl, has been front. This is the highest point of this Mrs. J. A. Newlaud has gone to Indian- - sold here annually. About the same amount ii shipped here from the eait ing her mother, Mrs. Fair, and range of mountains; it is reached in an apolis to visit a sister. Mr. J. A. N'uw mooting. Jess Koyalty and hour's ride from tlie hotel ami up a land wi'iit'as far as Louisville with her. and west on the Texas and Pacific. From the of Liberty, spent Sunday in good road. To the south of Miss Dude ICdmiston returned from the southwest on tlio liulf, Colorado Jc Wilkerson, moderately our town. A. N. Willinms, of Sonoia, is Santa and from the north on the St. the "Pinnacle" the old State road across Somerset Tuesday after a pleasant visit. stopping wilii his daughter, Mrs. J. ' Rubber-Line- d ; single tlio Gap is in view until lost in tlio trees ' Mr. Win. Pettits is spending a few- lavs l)iiis it San Francisco railroads, to be compressed, which at 50 cents per bale Crow. box toe with his mother at Preachorsville. and. near the ton of the mountain. Manv of .. . 73 7?..77 Our little town put on its light- will yield to tlie compress company the our stock drivers, who have driven By all Means Don't. lUllb JJU.VIU JJIOOLUII- AHJUtij JJIwUifOll DUUli III XpUll, snug little sum of $;B,000. mules and hogs ovor the Gap to Tennes- ing armor Monday and turned out three oil-gra- in The question is often put, "Whether and, box toe 1). M. II. see, will remember tlie Hue spring which fights, one serious allray; others only Hut infiiiM Kit. it is ever permissible to take a young la- boys' sizes. gave an unfailing supply of splendid skirmishes. Mr. James Warren, school acting as her escort on a It is estimated that at the Triennial ily's arm in drinking water just at the top of tlie tax collector, was seriously if not fatally promenade after nightfall V" Unhesita- - Meil' S fillC Shoes III SCt'ClO lllUClline SCWCd Conclave.'to be held at Washington the Gap. It it not to lie seen now, as the cut by Mr. Kites, a farmer, on whose M week in October, there will be L'2,000 tinglyandpereinptorily no. Not after; ' -weUs nightfall, nor by daylight, nor at any opening of the tunnel through the horse he levied to pay school tax. Kites Knights in lino with SO bands lniuntain under it give it a lower out- and others claim that the levy of tax to and from 150,000 to L'00,000 of music other time. and, Shoes sewed excursione was illegal and rebuild a let. A.. ...valid may em, upon ayojingwc- ists. Chairman Parker says: "Weshall tUTIied. man s arm; a grand father, if he is iiillrm Hcsides the nu 'morons spt ingi in and fused to pay tlie tax. Tlio whole case entertain them to the extent near Dillwyn Springs there are seven or will hinge upon tliis tiling. If the pro- which lias been subscribed, of SIVS.OOO may avail hiimelf of a similar support,1 GlUll Boots, (Hid and as much and muscnilar policemen see.., -eight caves and a natural bridge, all on ceedings in collecting tax is illegal Kites further to have! fosSCS, WOVieih Ulld lllCll's sizCS. as our private means will allow. good ro.uls and not far from the hotel. was right in relisting tlie taking of the acquired tho right to propel their charg We have sent to Armour, of Chicago, es in petticoats across the thoroughfare Cumberland (hip is just. in front of the bore"; if legal it will place Rites in a bad for a carload of cattle to be roasted at by u grasp upon tlio arm; but these are hotel; Haptist Gap is three miles distant, place. Mr. Wanen's condition is verv the barbecue to lie given at Schuctou tho only male persons so privileged. while Lewis Gup isoniy two miles. iwav sorioii. lie receiveil two severe cuts in Park. We have chartered a sullleient For an acquaintance, or friend, or one There are several Indian mounds; also the back ami a very dangerous one in number of steamboat to take everybody who aspires ton still jiearer place, to eight foits occupied during the late un- the groin. Kstes lias been placed incus-tod- who cares to go down the Potomac Kiver take the arm of a young womnn when to await the result of Wanen's pleasantness, as well as seven hatteiies. a c. si.ni:, J.N. MENEFKE to Mt. Vernon, to visit the grave of walking with heron the public highway Taken all in all it will bo hard for inva- wounds. Washington. There is to bo a' reception is lids to llud a more plttaiuiit place for inexcusable. Skai.iki.nh N. G. Our fashion in furs at tlie White Home and one at the resiYou may be sure nothing will so summering than at Dillwyn Spiiugs. next winter may lie confidently expect- dence of Mrs. General John A. Logan. Dealers In- quickly offend her good taste, although Crossing tlie mountains from tlie ed to lean cliiellv to the skin of the Hok The local Coiiiinanderies will keep open bin' may lack the social skill to resent Swings into Kentucky, tne road puiuit-- i,niii tnuiilt n kiiul of Ivnx, about the house during the entire week. Most of and avoid it. And the spectacle in itself through Cumberland Gap Park, which u0 of a fox and of a uniform brown them have leased spacious buildings for is most uuplcniiug to see a young woman Etc., Latlis, Ocoonita Lake, a veritalile Loch 0Pf i,t vvil, htU)i i,lm.k tnw At this purpose. The whole thing is going pushed along a little in front of her es Katrine. Passing lower down wo como ti.u ,,r..a. t..r ot Xiini Novgorod, which to bo n btupendoui success." cort by his clutch upon her arm, is neiupon the plana formed by Yellow Creek vvm i(t. 0Verbv the middle of thisu.oiith, Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, It reveis-e- i A Haltimoie man was engaged to a ther suitable nor picturesque. Valley, and it is on this that the town of lifi fur WilH in . Kn.ntPHl .Knaiul, im all preconct ived ideas of gallantry. Middlesborougli is situated. Hero ix the entire lot ollered, 700,000 skins, was maiden of .that city and all arrangements for the wedding had been made, when Tlie fair should lean upon the brave. or eight months since there was not a ,0l,lt for tl0 American Cedar and Locust Posts. We will carry a full stotk of evcij tiling fo.md in a Lumber Yard, house; now it has a population f aulclnliiu Times. the maiden discovered that her lover Viiile strength ought ever to support A, C, SINE, Ilusiness Manager, was an infidel and refused to many him. feminine frailness. 1,000, and within six mouths it is ration-- 1 Oiler her your arm, young man, every ally cei tain tliat there ill be 10,000 in1 For the Tiiennial Conclave, Knight Ho wouldn't bo converted and went ' Templar, to be held in WailiingtonCilv, West, where he hoarded with the fami- time, and never, under any circumstanhabitants. the (jueen and descent ly of a preacher. After nearly 111 years' ces, commit the familiarity and offence of It is frequently asked, "What is to Oct. many people?" The answer "ill sell excursion tickets witli privi meditation and tho digestion of many taking hers. New York Sun. support so linoli Irr)hiii, Short Jtnnil, .IV. k II f or leturuing via New York tomes' of religious literature, he saw his is work in tlie manufactories nowerect h' K. Y The Louisville Times rises to remark: Write li- Cttnlmjue anil full lii'wmiillmi.UUUlo V 7; good for erior and became a christian. Tlio cored or in process of erection. There aro City. On sale Oct. o, 0 and "It was a piece of assliood to appoint nine companies now organized with an return until Oct. Hist, by all coupon respondence between himself and Ids Tanner Commissioner of Pensions; it C. A. BENEDICT & CO., aggregate capital stock of $2,500,01)0, agents of the (. & O. route and agents early lovo was renewed, and a few days was a larger chunk of assliood to remove UTI it sTi 8 .INlBfallhrfM ago they were married. Thm does love him from a political standpoint for Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, which will mine coal; there aro live of connecting lines. KJHBKMuBmSBMjKVBnBHEUtKKKIKfr STANFORD, KY. coiiipitnies with f 10(1,000 which will work miracles. however lavish his successor may be, No document will bo dated correctly (5j22,sJ"lJi NtwAUYCHICAtORn(a from a superior clay manufacture brick Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at Tin: Louisville Times speaks tliusly of however reckless lie may he wluu throwby a living man or woman without using ' factory prices. 30 found on Yellow Cieok one of these lie cannot the ligure I). It is now on the right of an old Stanford boy: "Junius Uoclies ing about the surplus, where will satisfv the colfeo coolers; and this companies is composed largely of Lan- 18S0. tor, the young lawyer who left h re five Dining tlio next decade, land it the coffee coolers go Leaving both caster gentlemen; there are six saw it wjll take third place from the or six years ago heels ovor head in debt, back on it?" I. M. BUUCE, mills with 11)5,000 capital; a wood work11)00 to 2000 is ono of tlie numerous Koutuckiaiis left and font lb. Then fiom LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI The Only Guaranteed Cure ing company with .50,000; machine AND F..S STABLS, ; a century. who have found fame and foitune in the for ull blood taititi anil humors,' iimplc, lilotcliet, IMY, it will reinain-fDaily, Secures to Traveltrs, shops with $10,000; sash and tloor factobooming West. He is at Seattle, owns a eruptum nnd iMn docxo of ovcry namu and nawith $10,000; and a large number of ry STANFORD, KY. Here's a clew for those who are search large amount of stock in tho cable car ture, it Dr. I'icrce'i Gulden Medical Diicovery. ITHE MOST RAPID ROUTE smaller corporations with fiom $1,000 to ingfurtlio location of tlie Gulden of Kden. Hue, some valuable real . from a rcspomlble is A certificate cf ginraiitee estate, and SPECIAL ATTUNTIONtoCOMMKRClAI.; Ker attempted between the creat commercial house warruutt it to benefit or cure, or mon$5,000 each and employing from ono to Tlio town of Leo, Mass., is without lawtravelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence building a $10,000 residence. His law ey refunded. ten men. There will bo a number of yer, doctor or minister. If' that isn't practice is also yielding him an livery. the fastest lime and most comfortable trains bo horsesand chit let used Only excellent tween all points in the South, or to the West and Chronic N.ial Catarrh positively cured by Dr. Also agent for the coke ovens and iron furnaces. When it Paradise, it is xory much like it. Cov- income, Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all and ho will he a very rich man Sag's Remedy, 50 cent., by druggitti. runk lines Is denominated The Limited Express. is remembered that these figures tiro ington Common wealth. in a fow years. The superb rolling stock we employ give, patrons WALTER A. VOOD HARVESTlHfi CO. Unlimited Comlort. not imaginary but real, it will bo seen Bejjff'a Ohorry Cough Syruy. T'At all Coupon Ticket Olfices in the South A fully developed child weighing A "size" in a coat is an inch; in under you will find our time tables and tickets. Say that theto is no fear of tlio future of It Riving splendid tatisfactti n to tlio trade and I get Monon and sink to Monon.il you want wear the same; in a sock an inch; in a exactly one pound was born to Mr. and the ale are poitilvely murvelout, winch can be Middlesborougli. to save money and have a pleasant Journey. accounted for iu no bther way; except that It wish to tell my farm of 6, acres sltiPtci' on in a shirt a half inch; Mrs. I rank Wells, near New PhiladelI k O.McCOKMICK. It is liard to realizb what Middlesbor- - collar n half inch; phia, 0., last week. It could easily ho without doubt the Lett 011 the market. Ask for the Lancaster pike two miles from Stanford Central Passenger Ai;ent, Chicago, City TKket Agents and Office's; ougli is without seeing it. There Is pro j in pauts ono inch; in gloves i of an Inch, nu iu a quart measurowithshortclotlies and be lure you get the genuine. We keep it, A. land Is all in mm; a comfortable duelling ot 4 t M, rooms is situated upon it Will sell at a bargain IUcicnkk, JJ7 iih Ave., Louisville, Ky in hats J of nn inch. on. K. Penny, Druggist, jootcdubelt railway around tho town A. ItKNUDICT, Stanford. K. A. Tokkknck 19 ino it, Cincinnati Ohio. at with bnuiolii-- to nil of tlio laror cstnb. Texas Revival-Cot- ton and Other Crops. McKINNEY. liHllllll'Iltn; tlltTO in ill COliraO of ONM'tioil H'o the Editor of the Interior lournal i Kd Kites soltt to IJniloy Hill two " li' fiu'tnry; an flei-triTexah, Sept. '20. About live1 li'lit plant; Utt each, worltH; Iron and steel plant; water WUL'k" Ka KvaneliHtH Abe Mulkey "1U,U Melvin & James are putting out d Mr. Htirnett sjnead their "gospel, works; four or live chtircheH ruprcnent that tunny of the leading denotnina- - tout" Itore, just In the rear of the Cen- - fl0," Vl'r' heavy railroad timbers for tions; an electric and horse ear railwny; tenary M. K. church, and after having , ' vt r .(. m .ucrwiiiney is otiiciieimg oncea newly-mowone of the largest tanneries in the world; strewn sweet-scentei. t hay ,0 the depth of several inches over the week at this place. Fresh beef on Satur-- 1 " handle manufactory projected; two si'" !' FRESH- "'' . n ft . Cracknells and Graham Crackers ' ! "- - d JONES BROTHERS'. can you con-tinne- d - - ::. brary Lamps. and PBJCES on Hall and 1 (demi-uionde)an- d BEOS. 1 Fresh stock of at JOjYES BROS'. NEW DRESS GOODS, Flannels, e Canton Flannels, Ginghams, PenanQs, new Trimmings, Buttons, Hosiery, Underwear and Blankets. Call and gress our gents' Waukenphast Petiole also full line ladies' Children's - SEVERANCE & SON. few-day- s tlist-'C-- Ken-clas- I 1 j 1 S Celebrated Buell Boots 1 - Have arrived ; plain 7.,'. j and men's in 73..i., 7JA. and calf. T.'.''- - ..7'J in child's, and kin; plain - and kip Vamps, Bous' extra school-hous- (md Jumd Ladies' fine kid standard goat and hand in machine Arctics SO-lldal- ill children's, i BRUCE & McROBERTS. IVi y SlftiE & -- ENE ROUGH A2TB DRESSED LUMBER, Shingles, j ,, SASE, DOORS ABIT BklNDS PATENT WIRE A2TD SiLAT PE1TCE. first-clas- i0 iiiarket.-PI.il-si- ngle s BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Tcf-frfii- gig , IHClf oL-ImC- Isj j ' GkiHikaiiiaBiiiH i 1890-lS'.- A NEW FAST MAIL -- or m tu.i-ne- first-cla- ss 111 j For Sale Mo-no- ' ! 1 In- !ul 1 I v,' ... . &' $ii?jt. ',$&&$$ . : n&j.-Ttf- e .- '- - ... ' LK t-?- .' - m wiwwm mmmmmmmmm ",v,"ai1 T se ar lkfekte HI nsfai-- f r Tjikiib were no contests in tho Now At a meeting of tho directors of tho fork ro.mhl.'can convention und every L. & N. railway in New York it was reJV thing passe amicably. John L. Matono solved to is9uo fi:t,o5o,000i new stock, (o retire the VTft8 nonlin ito I for Secretary ofStuto and tho. proceeds (o be used Stanford, Ky , SnrrEMiiEK 27, 189 tho platform facetiously congratulates $D,l(l2,000 collateral trust 0 per cent, Harrison on tho success of his adminis- bonds at 110. tration, then ro illUms tho national pi John Allen and F. H. Piatt, who left W. P. WALTON, adopted at Chicago in 18tJS, and re- - Now York May 14 for a trip across the joices over the "purification and olova continent on horseback, arrived in San Tiik State Leainieof Commercial Club, tion of thu civil service." Great God Francisco Saturday evening, having made the trip in 'M days, thu actual which met nt Louisville Tuesday, was frey ! riding time being 117 days. presided over by Gov. Uuckner and atNEWS CONDENSED -- J. A. White, tho C. & O. baggage tended by representatives from all tho Wednesday was the Jewish Now master charged with stealing $000 worth clubs in in the State, besides numerous s of diamonds, who escaped from the others interested in me ueveiuinm.-ii- i u yL.ar, by jumping out of a carwindow and Kentucky's unlimited resources. After James Siler gets tho postolllco at We Goods, running into a Hold of corn, has been many inspiring addresses a resolution Dishinan, Whitley county. adopted urging tho captured at Martinsburg. was unanimously Booth and Barrett get $20,000 for About 20 years ago Abram O. IM1, legislature to establish on n broad basis their week's acting in Louisville. and with amplo means to carry on its The Johnstown directory places the of Aurora, Ind., erected a tine monument to himself in thu cemetery, had a grave work, a State Bureau of Information and total lo of life by the flood at .'1,500. dug and stones up ready for use and then to gather, publish and dis Immigration, G. K. Marcum has been appointed calmly awaited death, which didn't come seminate information concerning the reand ganger in this district. ever Wilkie Collins, the novelist, after a till this week. He was 83. sources, advantages and neeus of every Henry T. Stanton's new work, "The died at London, Monday, county, town and city in tho State. long illiu-s?Graduate of Paris," is having a good sale is a positive demand for such a aged (o. There Five persons were killed and six se- in Washington, two editions having bureau and it is hoped and believed that will consider tho welfare riously injured by a railroad collision at been sold. It is a work of considerable the merit and the Poet Luirento of Kentucof tho State and make an ample appro- Chicago. A Washington dispatch bays that ky is now being rcgorded as a priation for a liberal advertisement of two weeks people of Judge Hidden has the cinch on thu Leb- novel writer. our natural advantages. stoi The Southern Journal, the prohibianon postolliee. evening, to see Though declaring for civil service reGeorge Hubbard, of Flemincsburg, tion organ for Kentucky, failed to appear form in their platform, and championing was shu'Lvd and robbed of SIM bv foot Saturday. Thu principal owner, J. W.I it theoretically, the republicans are far pads in Cincinnati. Sawyer, claims that the liquor men have from obeying even the spirit of the law. O. democra inaugurated a boycott ngainst him and The Hamilton county, A dispatch from Washington shows that cy has named a full ticket, which tho publishers have been forced to refine to U from .March 7, 188o, to June 150, 1SS5, Enquirer says is sure to win. fJrle do his press work. we fourth-claswe there were 3'JD removals of The work of tabulating the vote cast town Ina tight at Jellico between Kube do we postmasters, while in the first iiu Sniddy and brother and James Connel-ley- , at the August election for the Constituevery to months of tho present administration tional Convention has just been completthe latter was fatal!' cut. nearly 10,000 wero removed. It took Joseph Kemp, aged 72, was rescued ed and shows that 20t,700 votes were Cleveland 28 months to remove 24 per alive from the Quebec landslide, after registered in the State, and that 1S0.2S1 postmasters, but having been buried 108 hours. cent, of the fourth-clas- s votes were cast for theconvention, being his successor has removed 18 per cent, in During the eight months ending a majority for it of HI ,!:!. five months. Tho civil service reform August olst, 300,o(4 immigrants arrived At Grenada, Miss., it is reported To be iven clubs have all gone into mourning. that negro cotton hands have organized at the ports of the United States. On the Kentucky Midland, near Par- and will demand an increase in their Main St., SALINGER, After costing the State considerable is, two colored laborers were killed bv wages, else tht-- will guard the fields monev and ecttiiiK one of their number with shotguns and prevent others from the premature discharge of a blast. Hro. Panics is still aiouud Louisville killed accidentally, the State troops will It was 27 yp.irs ago last Monday that gathering the crops. The present price by come marching home ami will deliver his lectures at Dr. Wea."0 cents per 100. the negroes were formally freed by Lin- for pickinir is which time the Harlan court will have coln's The Massachusetts Republican Con- ver's Haptist church Monday and Tuesemancipation proclamation. adjourned. It was a very useless piece James Fitzgerald shot and killed his vention nominated J. J. A. Braekctt for day nights. of business taking these young men wife at The Northern Methodist Conference " near Culpepper, Governor and William il. Haile for a' thither, as they have accomplished and Va., because another darkey kissed her. Lieutenant Governor. The platform de adjourned to meet noxt year at ltirlour-villi- . Stao'o', of could accomplish nothing, save to show P. F. Whitomaii was made pre- A canta te tram was uelu up near mands a revision of the tarilf in favor old where the law breakers thnt the judge is back- Fort Worth, Texas, by train robbers and of New England; in other words, enough iHmt d'ler this, the Uxitigtnii be to the of soldiers in the discharge of ed by legions trade to enable the weakening jn. triit; Krcdorii-- tiriiler sent to Middle- the express messenger relieved of and, a. of his duty. This may create a greater liurg; J. M. Oliver to omeri't; h. II. dustries of that section to live. respect for the law in the breasts of some Bullock to the Loudon circuit; J. S. George A. Cloyd, a merchant at Simon F. Walker, colored, aged 13 and if it does the jaunt may not have Wbitewood Station, committed suicide years, is to be hanged at Chesterfield Young to Nicholasville; L. B. Hanks to been in vain. wlnlo under the under the influence of for committing Williamsburg; C. W. Benson to Vn., TiioiniiH .McNauiara to Woodbine a rape on a little girl named Mary Ann complains that liquor. Oils, School Books, Wall The Danville Advocate and A. B. Whitworth to thu WilliamsThe jury in the case of that young Quill, aged 10 years. The negrocH do Garrard republicans nro getting all the low first-clas- s pie to the exclusion of Boyle and Lin- Napoleon of Finance, Ives, at New York' not believe him guilty and it is said will burg circuit. goods. In-do- n good to do Mr. Spurgeon, tho well known failed to agree. It stood 10 to 2 against attempt to take him from the sheriff coln county patriots. So far as Lincoln preacher, receives MX) letters on an best workman-lik- e when he is brought out of jail. doesn't matter much. acquittal. is concerned it average daily and ho employs three secThe large publishing house of Very There are not a great many republicans MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. retaries to answer thu communications Clarke & Co., Chicago, has gone to here capable of holding office and still the wall. Liabilities $:30,000, assets John Leach, a widower of 44, Hnd w liicli come to him from all parts of the fewer that aro applying for it. Col. $100,000. Mrs. Cynthia Vaught, a comely widow, world. The enormous revenues of the Bradley knows what he is about in tho Great excitement has been caused aged 20, wero united in wedlock s holy Metropolitan Tabernacle aro entirely de distribution of the spoils and ho is putbonds-- it thu court house Wednesday by voted to the various philanthropic moveting it where they will do him the most in i.oyan county on account ol the discovery of diamonds on tho Rev. J. Bell Gibson. ments in which thu reverend gentleman to good, while Brer. Collier is content n of John M. Spiuks. Miss Anita McCormick, a grandt is interested, as the ample income defollow Harrison's example and take care George S. Swanston was arrested at daughter of the famous patent reaper in- rived from ids books and sermons is of his immediate family. Youngstown, O., for pension swindling. ventor, and heir to millions, was married more than sufficient for his utmost The Mississippi republicans have It is claimed that hu drew the pension of yesterday to Emmons Blaine, sou of the needs. Philadelphia Times. norainntjd Gen. Chalmers, the fire eat- a man named Pope for a yearafter Pope's Secretary of State. Her trousseau it is Kev. II. C. Morrison, who has leen ing confederate general, for governor; J. death. needless to say was very handsome. Laco pastor of the Methodist Church, South, Those who witness the performances is her specinl luxury, ami this she has in this city during the past conference D. Lynch for lieutenant governor and a McMoIHpoii, for Secre- oi uootn nave no niea tkat lie is over spent thousands upon, so that every year, was returned 10 iin tuuni cnnrgc "blasted niignr,' piece is covered with cascades of the by the conference recently livid in Paris. tary af the State. The convention de- 40yeare old, but he is past bated long and lustily on the question all the same. Barrett is considerably most exquisite webs from all parts of Eu. Mr. Morrison is a Christian gentleman, of whether it was worth while to put a his junior. ropo wheru laco is made. Shu has a fan- whose zeal in the M.ister's service never John Hallers has just died in hospi- cy for white underclothes, too, and near- lessens. He will bo warmly welcomed Held at all or not. It is ticket in the .,,. !,., tlw... tlmuli tlinv'il trv it fltlV- - tal at Williamsburg, N. Y., from tho ef- ly every garment is of the snowiest mull back, not only by his congregation, but j m...... ........ - ..., IIU1, UUt fects of a bite on tho thumb, received in or silk, tho only color being from the by many friends in other relations. In way. a fight with William Dappman 3 weeks narrow ribbons run through tho laces, (addition to his work as pastor Mr. Mor The Young Men's Editorial Associa- previously. and in many instances the ribbons are risou edits the Old Methodist, a month-whit- e tion will meetnt Bowling Green October J. II. Brown was held overat Prince al so. Her bridal garments are of ly journal, rapidly growing in reputation 25th and 2Gth, when a full representation ton to answer the charge of having set white India silk, trimmed with the most for excellence in its sphere. -- Frankfort is desired and expected. Tlio.su who fire to his house on Sept. 7th. Thu tribeautiful Irish point, and this same Capital. mmmmmmmmm wish to attend will pleases send their al consumed live days. Will keep constantly on hnnd a large and selectriinc ,of Furniture His bond was point trims one of thu few tinted sets in E. C. Walton, of the fixed at 100. MT. VEnNONVRbyKCASTLlTcOUNTY. names to Secretary and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods the trousseau, one of pale lumon color, Inteiuok Journal, at once, so that he J. G. Thompson has discovered a which also includes a silk petticoat and Mast is reported good. cuii ob uougnt, in me cities, uive me a trial and you will be con- can arrange for their transportation. Our flowing snrinL' of vineir.ir on his ranch, satin corset. The bridal stockings aro of The chestnut crop is slim. vinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. copyexchanges will confer a favor by near Homer, Cal and wilHtaata pickle, pmS'of Pawpaws in abundance all may be apprised of factory. The fluid ing this, to that ' stockings, embroidered with gold and is equal to tho The colored people have been holdthematter. cider vinegar, different colors. ing meeting for some days. The French elections resulted in a tho Ohicagoans aro abovo tho The editor in passing back home That CHURCH AFFAIRS. average in intelligence is shown in the victory for thu Government and a from London Wednesday did not stop Dealer In for Boulangism. Rev. John Bell Gibson will preach over with us. Too much work at home Tho republicans fact that but four jurors ignorant and next Sunday to look after. vicious enough have been secur will have a safe majority over all tho op- at Mt. Xenia school-hou-perhaps evening at 3 o'clock. ed in the Cronin case, although thu ef- - posing factions. Thu postotlico at Livingston lins Joe Mulhattan, the monumental liar, Elder J. G. Livingston will preach gone republican. Mrs. G. D; Cook has fort to secure a jury has been made each STANFORD, KY. night and Sun been appointed to take charge of tho of- day for nearly five weeks. The jury lav a i1118 resigned Ins position as drummer to at Kingsvillo Mexico in tho mining business, day and Sunday night. 1c- of Illinois like those of Kentucky put a K I.artfCMt, Everything is quiet in this part of Rev. R. II. Caldwell will preach at premium on stupidity and render tho but this is as apt to be one of Joe's lies as anything else. next Saturday tho mountains, no fights and but few Bright's jury system a miserable farce. Another brutal prize fight is roport-o- l night and at McKondreev church at 11 cases of drunkenness and thoso wero on from Kansas City, in which Martin o'cIock Sunday morning. tho quiet older. The Critic, Dan O'Sullivan's now paEver exhibited in Stanford. Furnituro and Undertakers' Stock is in Louis- Durkcn and Frank Xeal fought desperper, is heating things red-hMiss Georgia Miller, daughter of M. .Mr. F. Grillin writes that Elder J. full and complete. We call special attention to our has been ville. Tho mayor, tho council, thu ately, Darken being fearfully and per- Long has just closed a week's meeting at C. Miller, county clerk, who of years, has, after atlotteries, &(., all coinu in for a haps fatally beaten. thu Mt. Olive with 14 confessions, one by blind for n number tending tho institution for tho blind at share of his caustic criticism, which ho At the Orphan Brigade reception in addition and the church revived. The best Casket of tho kind ever inventod. dispenses without stint. If he keeps on Louisville last week Mrs. Ben Hardin -- Elder James W. Harding closed a Louisville for Boveral terms, become ho will have a gold niinu in his enter- Helm was made "Mother of tho Brigade," protracted meeting at Waterford, Spen- very expert and fine needle nnd .other Embalming under tho most approved method when desired. prise, if hu doesn't low his head wliilu a title formerly upon Mrs. Kog: cer county, last Friday, with 27 additions work samples shown us would do credit milking tho fur lly from those who need er Hanson, deceased. to thoso who are blessed with sight. J. O. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. to the church. Winchester Sun. rustication. A negro preacher in North Carolina Tho company represented by Wm. Rev. W. C. Young, tho new presihas a foot so largo that ho wears a : dent of Centio College, will bo inaugura- Welsh, at Pino Hill, wo understand, Maj. Wahnek has positively and for boot, to develop tho mines in that localithu solo being 20 inches long and ted Oct. Oth in the presence of tho alumtho last time refused to take thu office 7 broad. Hu is six feet 10 friends, after which thero ty and on Skaggs Creek, four miles from inches high ni and invited from which tho notorious Tanner was and weighs 110 pounds. ' will be a dinner to tho alumni at tho the station, which it is proposed to ho seems to be a pretty hard mat. fired. It Tho Germans can't stand prohibi-bitio- college building. reached bv a branch railroad in tho ter for tho administration to find tho and aro leaving Iowa in largo col- . Rev. Dr. Green, of Danville, lias near future. Thero is no doubt that im right kind of a man that will accept thu onies. One lot of them has purchased been to Green county and succeeded in mense and valuablo beds ol coal aro position in its present uninviiiblo and S2L'0,(XX) wortli of land in Texas and 150 finding thu grave of thu famous Presby there only waiting development. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, muddled shape. families will move to it. W. W. Penn, tho urbane traveling terian Preacher, David Rice, who was FANCY ARTICLES, &0. It takes 15,551 closely printed pages buried in an obscuro placd 7;i years ago. passenger agent of Junction City, was The fact that Tom Green was sentenc-m- l Georgetown in less than to hold tho nlleged evidenco in tho con IIo was thu first Presbyterian minister with us Wednesday looking aftor tho Phyitciam prescriptions accurately compounded. in ilwith at Our old friend tested election cases to como up before tocoiuu to Kentucky. comfort of passengers. 10 days after ho murdered liU wifo might the next Congress and tho government a Chicago Bap Walk Ncwcomb has been very sick but I.ev. W. II. Barbour, speak hotter for Kentucky justice if hu . not n ncLro. tist preacher, has raised a big row by is better. J. It. Kemper, of Riley's, wns No white mail with ,ias J8t fi'iishud tho job of printing. Tll Post states that thero reading before his congregrtlon a paper with us Tuesday. James Wright lias THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, jnonoylwill over bo eo railroaded through nro lirt;0 fl,ro banks in operation in tho denying tho existence of a personal dev- - gone to Memphis. Mrs. Dr. Fiannagan or crime in this Statu as long asthu pre CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. t'stat0 ot Kentucky, despite the law:il. But how a man cau live in Chicago and little Ed are visiting relatives in ent state of- afTaitH exist. a cousin Ever brought to thu market. Trices lower than making gambling a felony. Tho one and entertain such a belief is ono of this county. G.W.Harrison, the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. Counting shysters and all I ouisvillo i most widely known is in Newport, tho ' thoso remarkable things th it no fellow of the president, was visiting at Livingspaired on short)notIce and warranted. others in Harrodsburg nnd Maysville. ton during tho week. 298 lawyers. claimB can find out. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Pit I 1 ARRIVING DAILY -- AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! are displaying the greatest line of Fall such as ol!l-cer- Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Trunks, Carpets, Malting, ston-k'-epe- r c, shown in Stanford, and at , law-make- rs Prices that Can Not Be Compared nave crowaea our -- tirst-cla.- ss In this or any other county. For the past efrom morning till seeking our county the ! s jot alone say infer that (Mount of purchases and what they for such bargain prices. oJer such immense bargains, but purchase the areaVtro House in only $1 Gives You a Chance on the Two Hundred Dollar Organ, Stanford. away at THE LOUISVILLE STORE. rI. Manager. "cake-walk- Having purchased the interest dis-fre- e j $10,-00- 0. Mr. conduct the business at the stand, shall pleased supply wants new patrons from former I will I all ! Court-hous- e, to-da- y Pine-vill- i; Paint Full Stock of Drugs style. and Silverware at prices, for have a Jeweler, ready I and jewelry repairs in the respectfully, Paper, Jcwelru watch Bel-for- d, W. B. MoBOBEBTS. pui-part- ed NEW FURNITURE STORE! fa-i- MAK HUFFMAN, PjTOP. threu-scor- u !.; f f SS o School-House S se IBo ICo I WEAHEJN. Furniture and Undertakers' Goods! The Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border. Celling Decorations ami window Shades ot gam-blur- s, HTDBSTHTJCTIBliE BTTHIAX CASKET, in-te- Ao Mo FENNY, n 1 i I I . hSgny.. 'tffi&mli E.';, SrAyW. uatofcMtggfl ;j.i- - s Semi-Weekly 3 going to try .the Dr. hllxir of Ufe on .xlr. Frank Green, xxho lias been paralyzed n year or moio: Mr. Oreun hnsgreat faith in the cure and it Is at his request that it will bu done. in r w I I - - if' v T in the Saininnry, who is ns fair ns sho is ! accomplished, recited "Jean s Conquest" J. in so charming a manner that sho xvas d:iv. compelled to respond, xvhen sho gave 1881) FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. Hid lot of heating stoves, coal hoils, Stanford. Ky., Seitlmiiku 1889. "Platonic Lox'e" in a no less creditable just received at' HIkrIiih fc McKin- Ac, 31. A. M., manner, though the pieces are widely IH'V'8. displaydissimilar. Miss Wolfe Excellent Hoarding MnnaRor Tiik splendid littlu farm oi K.T.Youiij? Tin: Southern Hi ilding and Loan As- ed her versatility by further n solo, riioroiig vol Full information given on application. Department. Dixcipllne Strict. Instruction singing sociation of Knoxvllle, Tenn., has start- which was loudly and deservingly apnear .McKinney will bo sold Oct. 1. See ed a branch olllce here, with Mr. A. A. MEANS BUSINESS. plauded. The clever Circuit Clerk, Mr. notice in thia issue, Warren secretary and treasurer. Two A. H. Brown,-nlsfavored tho audience Con Kami settle votir account. A. K. Wiiii.k handling auimonla a drop flew hundred shares of flOO each have been witli a solo, which showed that ho has Penny. Watciikh ami jewelry repaired nml in Cieoruo Penny's eye nnd ho is now taken and the business will be run iden- not given all his attention to legal doctically as tho association here. warranted. A. 11. I'enny. sufreriug the effects of it. uments and umkiiig out fee bills. . Youit account is ready, plcat-- call and The entertainment concluded with tho Foil n loim lima Mr. William McCor-mac- k Fiiesii Uiiek from young, fat cattle and 8et!a. MclUibertH & very laughable old game of initiating 10 cents per pound, alxvays mind centered on a has had his Tiik best placo to buy drugs, patent best steak at tncdicincs and toilet urtiulcs Is at A. H. on hand at I. Hampton's. phonograph, xvhioh will bo a decided im- greenies into a secret society. All tho girls in tho audience wero called Penny's. provement on Kdicoii, being cheaper and pretty (iui:i:i,v's prediction of frost Wednesto the stage and arranged in rows three liuv your school books, Ink, Unlets. He on a less complicated principle. -In- pn)ur, pencils and school supplies of all day night failed, but it got a good. deal thick xvith three chairs set in front of thinks he has it all riirlit now and has kinds from A. It. Penny. them. Tho freshest of the backwoodscooler and staid cloudy after the rain. tiled a caveat at Washington for a pat. men xvero selected for victims and nd PERSONAL POINTS. IIt.NTi:n, Attention. I am head- ent. mitted one nt n time from n side room. Mn. J. II. Kkmi-kii- , of Itiley, paid us a quarters for guns of every description Boiin, to tho wife of James Gover, a Prof. Hays xxould explain that thins and also have an immense stock of aiiiu-nitio- fine pair of boys. This is the third were three degrees, but the applicant call Wednesday. T. Metcalf. Hon. I. 0. Waiuikn was up at London could take ono and quit after trying tlie couple of b6ys that have made their . on lepil business this week. first, if ho so elected. With nn embarat tho same time in tho Iot. On lltibtonvillo pike between Mu. W. II. Mui)i, of Texas, is visiting neighborhood in the last xveck rassed grin the victim xxould seat him-s.'l- f colorStanford and Turnersville, a light his brother, Mr. J. I. Mudd. in tlie first chair, xvhen immediateed xx rap. Finder will be rewarded by or so. Kvldently there is something Mu. M.xtt Voou).N is out after a xxater in ly the pretty girl behind it xxould blindxvrong in tho atmosphere or returning to this olllce. toleiably touch tmslc with lexer. fold him xvith her handkerchief. Then that section. J. IJ. HitooKN, ndverlising nyeiit for tint a rousing kiss xxould bo imprinted on Form In u straw stack on my placo A i.aniismdk 10 feet long and .'!0 feet ids ISradtleld Itegulator Co., is in town, a man's saddle. Owner cm get it by mouth by n boy hid in tlie rear, and deep occurred Wednesday morning about the fellow thinking he had received the Mu. M. .Sai,inui:u went to Louisville proving properly and p.iying for this four miles this side of Middlcshorough Tm Mlny to spend a fexv weeks nt her notice. I). W. Vandeveer. nectar from some pouting feminine lip?, and since that time all communications grinned more profusely than ever ami father's. My jexxeler, Mr. IJ. D.mks, has ar- from the English city have been cut off. J. V. ItorT isasisting Assessor K. I). passed on to the second nnd third dexx alt on any xvho Workmen are clearing tho debris and by grees. This was continued till all s rived and is ready to i Kennedy in finding out what our but one of wish anything done in his line. Ho is this evening trains xvill he running as the initiations xxere made, xvhen are worth. rest, the J. li. llAi'tniMAN is ill Imisvillu to see also an expert engraver and xxill do that usual. Those Lnucnstvr people xvho were who had been hurried off to another the races as well as the Hooth and Mar-re- tt kind of xxork at very reasonable rates. fearful lest the English might walk oir room after taking tho degrees, were readW. IJ. MeKoberts. xvith that booming city xvhile railroad mitted to see tlie last man taken in. Their performance. communication was cut off may noxv feel xiisgust on ueiioiiiing the hoy emerge Mu. Koiikut A. L.xvsi:, of New Alba-nAi.Tiionin it is n month oil" the people Ind., is here the guest of onoof Slan-ford- are already bilking about Field's Min- easy on that subject. from his hiding place and do the oscillapretty nirls. strels, which xxill hold the boards here The Capital of Laurel Teachers' Institute, tory business, xvas too great to be propJ. I). Swa.n has returned from Cincin- Oct. '.'(ith and the prospects ate that a erly described here, and the entertainEtc. nati, xx here ho went to enlarge the stock jammed house will greet Stanford's fament closed with an outburst of laughIn company xvith a gentleman of the ter, that even droxvned "Smiling Dave" of S. I.. Poxvers A Co. minstrel clever Al Field. vorite legal fraternity we took n little reconnoi-Banc- o Jackson's hearty nnd contageous cachin-nationThat hatulMiine xxidow, Mrs. John I), into Judge Boyd's domain this derI'iiii,Soii:n's engine ran into a Carpenter, of the West Knd, was the rick xx ith ii big rock in its clutches Tues- xxeek to investigate the truth or falsity gucnt of Mrs. S. 1'. Stagg. Our old friend, Frank Itiley, of the day n fexv miles this side of tatiisvillv, of certain charges made against his court Jackson House, xvas xvorkitig his old W. F. Kamhky isupiuMiildlcslKHouKh telling tliu K'0pli) xvhero they can get xv lie re the double track is being con- by a local correspondent, for the publi- jokes nnd playing ids old pranks as live structed and knocked his headlight to cation of which ho procuied an indict- ly ns ho did xvhile ho held office under the cheapest and best brick. Mu. ami Mie. I), W. Txxaiiii.k, of smithereens and considerably damaged ment against the editor nnd publisher of Cleveland. Being in tho soup doesn't this paper for criminal libel. Tho good seem to elfect his lloxv of good humor at Junction City, xxere up this xxeek and other portions of the engine. people of Ixmdon receiwd us not as a paid this olllce a pleat-an- t call. , a notorious character felon, present or prospective, but in that all, and tie doesn't appear to think four Jons Miv l.xiux Ki.us, of Uiiiisvllle, ar- of Kant Bernstadt, dropped his pistol on years n long time till he xvill see old free and easy way characteristic of chivrived Wednesday to assist Mrs. Kate Grover again inaugurated. Then he xvas discharged, the alrous a railroad rail and it nntiire. They knexv xve xxould not says we xvill bo in for life and the rasDuddcrar in the millinery business. ball taking effect in his thigh and rang- libel even a dog intentionally, much les Mn. 1 IJ. M.XTTIXUI.V, of St. Mary's, is xvill have to seek some ottier means ing upxvard, produced n severe though n great and good judge, and no man to cals tilling John McKobeit's )laee at the do of getting a living than holding office not fatal xxomid. The ball has not been whom xvu appealed failed to give us pot during that gentleman's abxencc. bought by Wanamaker, Dudley tt in genlocated and xxill likely remain in its hid cheerfully anything lie might know in Tiiv us omue. In the meantime he is going Minmm Ki.i.a Watson and Kate Ijiii-draing place. Mr. Chuuiley has been shot the premises. Our visit xvas a very satisto give up tlie Jachson House and take two handsome young ladies from oncu or txxico before and has shot one or factory ono and xve regret that circumlarge and handsome Owens building tatmiMi-r- , were in this city yesterday. more men, but this is the first time he stances prevented us from making it the at the depot nud convert it into a hotel Mn. Kx.xc Hamilton xxent to has tu riled Ioomj on himself. sooner. nnd summer resort. Wednesday, Imiking as much like a Since xve first knexv and loved Morgan ' Scaiiki) Oit. Monday night Mary The First National Bank ns xvell ns railroad inagiiHtons tlie merchant prince Craft, one of the brightest, purest and girl xvho lives xvith enterprises appears on n boom. other Blatter, the German he is. gentlest men that over honored another Cashier H. C. Ford tells us that it has MiftKH Jkxn ami M.xc.oik Ucciianan, Mr. and Mrs. M. Salinger, xvas awakened xvith his wealth of affection, London has J. P. BURTON, Clerk. earned 10 per cent, so far, nlthough it of Cral) Orchard, pansed down yesterday by some one trying to raise the window alxx'ays possessed a peculiar charm for us. ixvo mouths and more of being n to visit their sister, Mrs. J. A. Halde-ina- to her room. She aroused Mr. Salinger, It xvas tho first time wo had ever been lacks year old. A former barber shop has who thought perhaps she xvas dreaming there and failed to receive his xvarin been fitted up conveniently for tho of Mn. John Ciioudkiim and wife, of St. nud paid no attention to the matter. Afhaudgrasp and those unmistakable yet fice and Mr. Ford says that xvhile neiLouis, and Mrs. William Croxxders, of ter quiet had been restoted, though, he unobtrusive evidences of his esteem, Carrier nro up ther he nor Hook-keepSpringfield, Mo., are guests of Mr. and heard the noise himelf and nulling out which he ever cherished for us and in the hair cutting part of the business, Mrs. II. C. Hupley. tired txxo shots in tho direction of the re which xvas so heartily reciprocated, nnd 1 lie scamp ho is prewired to continue to do "shav-ing- " was evi- Mus. Thomas K. KxsTt.xsn.of Mreckin- - treating footstep. this alono marred tho pleasure of an othat the old stand on the most liberal ridge, Colorado, and Miss Kveline Fast lently intent on burglary or a xvorse erwise agreeable visit. Wo called at his terms. land, of Mercer, have liven the guests of crime. ..EEJ' .SPECIFIC cure all blood diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat. suldened homo to find his loving widow I'rice $ per bottle. Hon. I). G. Colson was a felloxv pas- Wrute Swelling. Syphilitic, diseases in all its Mages, Necrosis, Mrs. A. (i. Kastlaud. HAVIS" I It ON HITTERS is the most pleasant to take o( all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia confined xx ith tonsilitis, but xxo found Accidents. Tho Danville Advocate senger as xve went up. He tells us that it Rives a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles Miis. J. W. II a Yuen, Mrs. J. T. Craig, has accounts of accidents to txvo Lincoln little Walton (named for us), the baby he hns just disposed of lots in Mid- and nervous system. I'rice $i per bottle. of the Mrs. K.S. Lytic anil Miss Mattio OATLII'K'S WORM SYRUP is made and county boys. Iog-.u- i Denny, son of A. boy so dear to his father's heart, ono of dlcshorough at prices ranging from $200 ical profession and therefore recommends itself. bestis worm killers take, expellcrs known to the medIt pleasant to safe and reliable. Price xxent to Ixiiivlllu Wednesday to felper bottle. K. Denny, fell from a buggy nnd broke the hnndsomest and brightest little to S."00 and that they are going like hot GATLIFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache. see Booth and Barrett. Young Walter Saunders, lows xve have seen in many a day. lie cakes. This shrewd young man oxvned Ac. Acts as cathartic. Price 35 cents per bos. Mn. It. Caui'K.vtkii, County Attor- his linger. Manufactured and tor sale to the trade by the who is badly crippled in his left leg, had is much like his lamented father nnd much of tho laud on which the coming ney of Lincoln county, xxill visit his sisseems to possess his nlfectionate disposi- city is to bo built, and had thu ircod DRUG CO., ters, the Misses Carenter, during tho his right broken near the ankle by a buggy being backed against him and tion. May he groxv up in his image nnd sense to reserx'o 225 acres of tho mot Fair. Winchester Sun. throwing him down, the wheels passing live to honor the name and memory of desirable part for his oxvn speculation. Dit J. II. (iiiaham, surgeon of !HCo as pure a spirit as ever tarried for a seaThe result is that ho is making money er Hrulo Indian Agency in Dakota, xvas over his leg. Tho fracture is not very serious, only one Pinall bone being bro son on earth. actualhand oxer fist and is said to have in to see us yesterday. Ho talks very The Laurel County Teachers' Insti- ly more now than if he had been elected entertainingly on the a Hairs of his sec- ken, but it is extremely painful, and long time, as he tute was in session, presided over by treasurer and like Dick Tate skipped tion and promised to give our readers xxill lay him up for n has no use of the other limb. Walter Supt. Ed Parker nnd conducted by Prof. with all the spondulicks in sight. He the benefit of his obserx'ations. Saunders is the son of Mrs. Joe Colley Hayes, of tho Seminary, both seeming has an abiding faith in Middlcshorough Miss Kati: Diiiuikiiau left yesterday by her llrst husband, Walter Saunders. to till their positions very creditably. una nil other mountain investments and morning for Louisville, Cincinnati and Is Receiving His There were 80 teachers present nnd tlie Indianapolis, the first two places to buy To the Tax I'aykihok Lincoln Ooiw-ty- . night xve xvero in London a public exer- says it is but a question of time when all such xvill realize handsomely for their gooi'.A and the latter to see her sou, John I or one my deputies xvill be in cise consisting of recitations, spelling, holders. Smiley, xvho has suffered so severely Saturday. September L'Stli and reading, music, Ac, given in the Numerous gentlemen laid us under Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, with abcesijes of thu upper juxv bono us Saturday October 2(lth; Milledgeville, Give him a Trial which proved quite en- obligations xvhile prosecuting tho object the court-housto necessitate the pulling of five front Saturday October fttli; Moreland I Friday, tertaining. Tho programmo commenced following nro per- teeth. October 18th; McKinney Friday, October xvith a well rendered song by tho choir, of our visit, but tho 9 1 miles tho shortest, I hours quickest between haps more xvorthy of honorable mention 11th; Fry's Store Saturday, October 12th; led by Mrs. Mamie Catching, xvho has n ' CITY AND VICINITY. Waynesburg Saturday, September --'Sth gootl voice and performs well on the or- and xve tender to them all our hearty OrFnrris, Dave Jackson, I). nnd Saturday, October ll'tli; Highland gan. Mr. Parker then announced that thanks: G. T. H.MtNis, saddles and bridles cheap. H. Hrock, Gen. Andrew Jackson, A. IJ, rarerareT?.i October 12th; Stanford, Crab Orchard 20 xvords xxould bo selected by Prof. T. Metcalf. Mayhan and C. It. Hrock. EQTHTTn Entire Trains Run Through Without Change, and Kingsvillo every Saturday in Sep- Hayes and that a prize of f."."o would bo Hrown, Leo Fiu:sii oysters, real New York countB, tember and October. Tho nexv revenue giveu to the teacher spelling the greatUrouston, xvho killed Gilbert mrzJmiBmAlStSj Bullnrd THROUGH CAR SERVICE. , nt Ziininor's. law adds 0 cents to every dollar of tax est number correctly. A committee xvas Diiilh'y for uiuluo intimacy xvith his Train No. 1, Pullman lloudoir Duffday el Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans Nuwlotof jewelry aiul watches just not paid by tho llrst by laxv of November appointed to decide the matter, but as it wife, xvas acquitted last xveek at llich-moni- l, to collect it, xvas not to report until 24 hours later xve Chattanooica to Shreveport. and I nm compelled after four days' trial. received. W. B. Mllloberte. Tram No. j, Pullman lloudolr liuffet Sleeping so everybody will please pay their taxes cannot give the name of tho xvinner, tho' Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati PHBBmU7J MMMIH to Jacksonville ami Knonvllle. Sleepers St. Louis Maiiy Thktkhn, an aged colored wo- before that time. T. D. Noxxiand. xvo xvill say that if any of them spelled toNew Orleans via M. A: O. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. man, died Tuesday of a complication of r,1M " " ho or sho can inform Tin: following in Tuesday's Courier-Journ- al tho list correctly, Condensed Schedule In Effect Match 31, t88j diseases. us and this paper xvill be sent to tho adxvill go to prove that our distinnamed for ono year Ireo ol chnrgo. Tin: largest and most complete lino of guished colonel has been devoting his dress READ UP. BKiVD DOAV1. Thoxxords are as folloxvs: 1, Weevil; TRA'fNS NORTilT xxill arrive this xvcok over lime to things other than pertaining to Mrs, Annie L. Cash no longer resides with me TRAINS hUU'lll. beating stoves as'my wife, and all persons are hereby warned No. 1, No.4. No. j. No. 4. No. 6. trade. Call and examine. his law practice: "Col. W. G. Welch, 2, Quartette; ',), Sachet; 4, Cayenne; o, aeainstii"C her credit for anything on mv ac- No 7. No. 3. No. j. Daily. olfered to tho STATIONS. Dally. I.im. Daily Past Daily. Dally. W. C. CASH. " Ex. Sun. Dally. Ex. Llm. of Stanford, arrived Tuesday to attend Surcingle; (I, Barbecue; 7, Huhrstone; 8, count, Daily. I.im. T. Metcalf. I.im. Ex. Sun, Daily. A'rv 6 40 a ml 641 pm 1013 a m 3 30 p m Cincinnati ni 1,'vc tho State Industrial nnd Commercial Ennui; 9, Trousseau; 10, Lettuce; 11, 9 17 am 4 03 p ml Scop m 7 55 1 5a p m Williamstown...L've 513am ijoam 1138pm Tiikiik is talk of organizing a fat man's Clubs 953am 5 47P'n 9 3Pm Ho is very enthusiastic Memoir; 12, Encore; BJ, Croquet; 14, 4 10 a ml 7 14 a m Georgetown 10 59 a in 7 01 pm io?9 pm Lexington. 348 a ml 413pm 700am a lopm 10 5 a m base ball club hero. Wo have thu itiato-ri- when talking about the progress and de- Ijipel; 15, Paxvpaxv; 10,,Eying; 17, Handn 30pm 7 3Spmio3pm vc. .Lou. S. K. R.. ..Arr, nnd can liavo a hustling nino if tho velopment that Imvo been accomplished some; 18, Typical; It), Fatiguing; 20, Cau..Lve. Uur'in Arr., As Executor of the late V. II, Ilraxdale, I will can bo induced to by tho Commercial Club of Louisvillo corpulent gentlemen Ilnrgiti Arr a 5? a m 3 lop m 5 50 a m 10 50 p ra a m Lve 8 45 cus. at his Lite residence in Lincoln county, Ky., near tl li pm 8 Co pinlis uaniii 17 Danville. 333am pin u 16 n in 330am 10 31 p m la 50 pm sign. According to Webster, quartette is al- Moreland, on a as ix m 3 53 p and the minor clubs throughout the City 3 so a m oaopm Juncti'in 15 p m 9 10 pm 12 30 a mil 43 ii i m I 05 a m1 1 15 p m 8 30 a m Somerset 9 05 a nit pm 300 being State. 'Wo have,' said Col. Welch, in so spelled quartet; sachel is as properly m Oakdale "Wjiii.uhoiiio inulo colts wero 1st, 4 35 a jr. 935P'ii,ii 35a ami 13a ni 650pm 6 40 p m Ar'v.Chattanooga...L've 6 JO pmi 7 55 a m 4 00 a m spelled satchel and huhrstone is also ami of said Ilraxd.ile con- - 1000 pm driven through town Wednesday ono response to inquiries, 'in Lincoln county Sell at public sale, the 7 35 m iooim 9 10 am 7 00 p m u ve...iiiiiiuu"...l rr v burrstone. (Dr. W. C. Kelloy xvill pleiuo sistinc in part oi 4 47 am ij pm 9 49 p miAr'x'.... ...Attalla ...., ran into Mr. 1). Yaudeveer's store and a Gorman settlement, nSxviss colony and Three anei' '"' one yearling mule, some cows, 3 oopm1 300 pin 3 45 p ciiii 4j p m L'v... Birmingham., n Ho)iemian arroudissement. I have de- refer to his memo, and writo us how mafilly, four nelf cm, two steer ca'vco, e yearling I OJiim -- ..Tuscaloosa..., 608 pin I 30a m lor u foxv beconds was monarch of nil ho .... ,1ve Horn nun, mining impicmcni., corn. loosp m 11 aspml 445am Ar'v....Meridian voted tho entiro summer to a study o ny he midsed. If none, ho shall also have one shorthav. stock scales in Moreland, stock in o.itimiid Biirvoycd. 6 to a nt'ii 00 a m,Ar viNew Oileins., .L've 4 I5am 335pm Danville tell nstonvilleTiirnnlke Co in Da nv: three tho peculiar methods employed by each a prize.) .Ar'v Mend 940pm 3 10 a m L ve 6 lop m oi stock. In 9 io a in L've .. . Jackson ..., .Ar'v Several young ladies and gentlemen shares blacksmith lloio and lot jianK, oi mn A nox caii on local freight No. L'8 in Us methods of agriculture, and 1 have in Millcsexille, shop vllle; 4 00 pm 11 as a m L've....Vicksbiiri;. ... Mon- arrived at tho conclusion that tho Sxviss contested for tho reading prize of 2 and Lincoln county. Ky. ..Monroe to 01 am 4 5pm 1. jumped tho track near Livingston .. reveport.. 600 n ml Terms: Por personally, for all sums over ten -fin Ar'v 830P is tho ideal immigrant."' Friondsof tlie n committee, after hearing them, ga-- it dollars, credit of thrert months intiest ut 6 per day oveningnnd rolled down an cent, per annum from date J note w ith approved se North. Hound: Train No. a. Pullman Doudoir Iluftet bleeping Cars, New Orleans toCinclnnaU 5)0 loot. Tho car colonel Imvo noticed xvith alarm his pre- to Mr. Pigg and tho red ribbon to MUs curity, negotiable and payable In Hustonville Shreveport to Chattanooga. '' . ,. . and lot Said blacksmith-shoTrain No 6. Pullmanlloudolr Huffet Sleeping Can New Orleans to Cincinnati. was demolished, but excepting that tho occupied nir lor several months nnd will Laura Uroclc, though xvo should hax'o re- National itank.credit of six months, Interest from will be sold on Tram No. 8. Pr"man lloiidoir and ruffet Sleeping Cur ChatUnooja to Cincinati nnd Sleepers JacV- specified, G; only damagu xvas tljo delay of n couple. bo ghd to know that tho mystery has versed tho nward if it had been in our date, "ote nnd security as above to secure ami sonx ill. ,0 Clnc.ni.atl, via XV. A. and E. ?. the lein also retained on said property t). G. EDWARDS, Gen'l INss. and Tkl, Am of each of tlio nignt passenger been solved. Wu nro rejoiced ourselves poxxer. of hours JOHN C OAULT, Central Manager, purchase nnney. This Oct. ist, 1889. Cincinnati Olio. II. IIKOWN, Executor. 58 Miss Bertha Wolfe, assistant teacher that tho case is no xvorse. trains. InteriokJournal Tiik north-houn- d heifer (or Un. I'kvton mull train killed u K. Karris Wednes- - IJrowii'feuiinnm Stanford Female College HUBBARD, 2, President is.c.wauton, bus. Sia. T. R. WALTON Dealer - m Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c, cili-reu- y, 's MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS, s. STANFORD, KY. Cih-'mlky- Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Fruit Jars, Cans and Stoneware of the best lands. Prices Always Reasonable. T. R. WALTON. n. The Great Remedies A-- I Van-deve- 3-- C i. , WILLIAMSBURG Williamsburg, Ky. thc-Loxv- (Do EUPLUY, WINTER MERCHANT TAILOR FALL AND GOODS. Hus-tonvill- s e, pnBMjBi j:.,:.'sIui Cincinnati and New leans. South-Houn- d . NOTICE 4t I to-da- al Escooutor's Sale. 1 111 Tuesday, October '89, iwp' 1 1 o . .J.jflft ,'. -- H 'i X' " t r '. t - t "t S3T?3ia3q322K2S "WWjiWliH.! .,1. -- - r , T : DMtmwt mm 7T wimwuMMim y ,il ,,', ,.j.ihihiu iiiws)iiiiiiisiiisswsMHft HlilMiit8BWWiil(iWl7r'' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. S. J. Einbry sold to P. Stagg mulo colt for $73. Silas An lersjii sol 1 to K. P. Woods 12 mulo colts nt $35. W. T. Tucker sow to John Hill a combined mare for 5200. Joo Coll'ey sold to a Casey party 10 OBITUARY. Wesley E. Benedict, tho subject of this notice, was born August 8, 180!), and died J September 8, 18S!, having lived his four-score years and one month over. All ' these many years, except a short time ; toward tho closo of his life, were spent on the little farm wliete ho was born, in the vicinity of Milledgeville, Lincoln county. His wife, to whom he was married in early manhood, and who preceded him to the grave about two yeais since, was a sister of Mrs. L. I). Goode, of this county, her maiden name being Clementine! Stigah'. They had nine children born to' them, seven of whom reached tho age of ' maturity and four of these arestill living, 1 ! Published Every Tuosday and Friday P0YAl AKlNa whnli-.ninniir- 92 JPJflR YgAR.IaN" TWhen not 10 pld S2.50 ADVANOffi will be charged.- - Marlon llovlc. Lincoln. Garrard and Wavhlinr- ion win nnu an tne newt renting to mallets 01 in terest to them In the fPl? the leading paper of DV Central Kentucky, issued luesdayatid Irldayof each week, Ji per year Send 50 cents and tiy It nir mrce months Aililrcss 11, l. lloyle. Dullness Manager, Danville, Ky. ij Trader, Horsemen and L CAI .u III 1IIC .....ll.a LUUULICB 1LUt.ftlllCII A (JUA r including the I ooiaineu at a naririin or un AiiuroiHarper. nn llllic-- ru lirilivr III VIIIUIIlllIlll, lllll W II. ANDKR-sO.V- . ING TO ROOMS. Kansas. prices are unchanged They run from Cost of a I.ocomotivk. One man can Or r. M McKOUKKIb, Manford. Ky. KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS Office on Main ttreet, opposite Portman House, 1 to 4, very common butcher stuff to build n upstairs. Nitrous Oxide I. as Riven for painless pauimur locomotive for Andatsomy own importation of Knglish Hats TUKKISHA- RUSSIAN HAT IIS IN extracting. HOTKL best shippers; ho;?s are active and stronp- standard Kitnu'f railroad in 1,500 days';, and Caps An elegant line ol Canes and I.yon's STANFORD, KENTUCKY. er, with quotations at :t to 41; sheep it will require l,(k)0 days' work for him Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand l'lns On a re and lambs are in tleiaanil at .1 to o ami to build a consolidated, lOuheelloeomo- Farm account of bad health, I idler for sale my near McKinuey, Ky The W. B. SEAL SKIN SACQUES. CAPS. 4 to 0.. tive for a standard piue. Tho average Orders out COHtillllS I.-- ACrCS. Cloves and other Furs, a DuriiiK the Fall meetinp of the Lato-- ' DENTIST. 0f tlt. rtMjuired lahor would he H- CMC t IiIm it ril v tnlinlixl. npff.. I ft iLtior i.ttirin . nia Jockey Club the Queen & Crescent f,:5 ami tho cost of the necewary metal t.:.- i ....!- . -- j nn- - tail loorjera NOIIIIV HAT " I OfTice South side Main street, in office recently I, io7..a rr.uiiiuf umi yi vacated by Dr. 1.. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky " ' oln Co . Kr Koute will sell excursion tickets to Cm-- . j estimated about $'2,000. The lro"1 ur,', 6j McKiniiev. I.ln c'nnati and return September 27 to Oct. mav , ,mt ,h,wn at another $2,(XX). Hi. good for return till Oct. L'lst, at spec.ilic, woj,i i,u.udo tho expenses of I ial low rates from all stations between1 .,1,, !ltlil (l,.liv,.rv. TIiih would make! i CRAU ORCHARD, KV. o o lS3f07. li to sell Danville and Krlanner. UAH.-- j KOL'TJC." an eiiuine, when absolutely ready for the Hyattswlle my Farm of ijoArres,a situated tn w 2 Dealer In and Kirksullc pike, oiiies ironi . . i ...1.. llltllOIl I.. ,....!. last Week III I, v IffiBml o Lancaster Ins and ita Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Cleveland, Tonn., from various parties, a 6..rVieecc . complete 111 tvery way, WOrtll irtable dwelllnc home, stabi,., has upon ln com- - f IHE bHURrtai ANU yUlbKtbl RLUTt orchnrd-ImStifd O -- ' .ja,t.-iituuui. all the necessar) coiueuieni.es. I husc also four . , From Dooti, Shoes. Clothinp, Hardware, Queens--arbii-iuouter tracts I ouio eii ui hhiiv.") iti ituuui. viK'. iiuiuii CENTRAL KENTUCKY Tinware, Furniture and a 58 J HANMiKKHV WKsr, Hyatt...!ie lnanu- is entered in SS.ODO worth of stakes at1 Frank W. Hale, the To all I'nlntt Groceries, Latonin and Conoral Lino lacturer nul an extensive larmer ol and seems to p 3 Fancy Candies, Crots Tics, &c. have them at his mercy if he keeps in Hollinsford, has a squimh which now All kinds of 1'roducu taken in exchange for goodt .SOUIH-tygSweighs over 100 pounds. The seed of his present form. Advocate. Jw g &W WS t Haviu; heated m Pallas, iesas, and pecuB A dispatch stvs the farmers of Ala- - this squash was planted in .Mine, and it tu in ike it my lume during i ic, I will selipurnc- ., I.i.,1. FAST LINE BETWEEN ..r.. Sails, Shingles and Shoes For Sals. I.,.., fully six ,...w.l. more in to ,yon son countv have about finished housing LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. , .1" 2S houis this squash jrew H one of the finest tobicco crops ever r.tis- Ten Thouland l'"lat Kails acd 10,000 Poplar tisthoiij,'ht UCSC1.1J, XO!t), circumferance ed. iho acreage was reduceil at the inches in m t..i. i..n.. and .. Shingles. ui .i.... i. i... SCHKDULK IN HIFFC I MAY it. iMtt. 'I urnersvillc I havo on hand Men's, Women's Misses' and ' My ' No. 6 Dover Demo-lackin- g and Farm of 120 Acros, on the Turnerstille, No 1. Children's Shoes, inadu by Alter, Knrood & Co. opining of the season, hut what will bo the end of the season. Mi Kintiey pike, i'j unlet from No. 4 fSEEfvjSHM "S O and Mundelle, which I will sell nt the very lowest in quantity is more than made crat. .Sun. in Lincoln county. I lie rarm nas on it a cum rVa"VrT2XVa'f S" i O . J3 l.x Sun.' Dailv prices I have bought them mid they must he fortablo house, bam, meat house, IV tlKJfsK f l.,j fine cislila sXlii il ' sold. My Mock is complete and those who want up in the superior quility of the present i n 0CJ tern, U well fenced with new icd.ir and loeott Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. 8 10 a ra I 011 p in J5 l". I.ve Cincinnati . bargains can get them by railing. I mean busi-ct- s, weed. posts anil mils : in splenunl rcp.iir, with never ft' " t'Ktshfai7' ., , 8 a ml t 09 p m J ... .. i .. .. . 1 h. h.tf Kilvtn the ivnrlil Inr ruts hrm&. " " I -, ..,..- ...-- , .... W C liAlhbV. Turnersville. . 7 1 C 'ofMfe'Wt IU , llllTtllCS, kwiu I.ve Cevington.. idiniikiuKi w .iter, ll'I. .j. . o 44 a m ij 17 p m 4 o p m Lve l'alniouth... ws .i - schools anil witlun is. miles ol .Mcrvinm-y- , a sta ii, lis .'im, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, lever ores, letter, chapjS m 11 10 a CT isto 14 p m 5 4 P ni nV&HtH' tionoiithe Cincinnati Southern Kadroid I here Arr l'ari J.UCItlil.l VailArsilale, sold at public aiic- - ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup F'5l3rflQa Is not a better lllue (irass Farm taking sire into Arr I.cxiBgton.. i on p sn'n 00 pjn "II1 a tioil Tuesday the farm of '00 acres. OHO "oniand positively cures piles, or no pay rixjulr consideration, in Lincoln county. It will hae to I.ve Paris re 5j P p (imp m Arr Winchester.. i . 05 .. mi cd. It iiiarantecl tu Hive perfect satisfaction, be t ii to he appreciated. Sale to begin prompt .HSIEMHnil. mil., firm. Il.ntr.ns.ill.. tr. Tnlw. II..,,.... . w ..., or mnnt--v ref tindctl I'ricii 9C cents uer boi. ly ac io n uj w u. r : ..y.r ui t u vl " Arr Richmond " "," I will also sell publicly ut 3 o'clock n in on the Arr Lancaster. at S:W per acre. Hrood lliarea brought For sale by A. R. Fenny, Stanford, Kv 'I his Mime day my House and Lot in .MvKiuiipy. Arr Stanford. is a nice little cottage with $ rooms, servants' room, Lve Richmond w 2. d S100 to SP'.i; horses 70 to VJO; cows and Twjm mil. wiwnsisiS' in' I 45 I .. .. serauda in front, side porch, with a Meter failing Arr llerea Merit Vins. .. 3 .in; ... P Z calves SI5 to So0; yearling heifers $11: N N. A-- M V Co. E. D. well ol good water on back porch, meat house, m .... , e uesireio say to g. inai iur jtart buggy house, stable and cow .,,:,'. tlO; mule colls 5'0; corn in the weithase been selliiijr our ciuicns Now Ditcosery this property to sell and when IImusc thatI advertise Arr Lexington.. Z 5 '" P h o(;s I)r Kings Only one Night out to New York. it (tout), sjy ?i Held vl.-.- ). for consumption, Ur King't Now I.lfei'ills, llucl- - if I only Ii. no one bid on it. My terms are rea. tonalile For further particularK see J. W. (mens Solid Vittibuled Trains to At the Clark Coilllty Court Motlllay len's Arnica SaUe and Electric Hitters, and have or DavL Alcorn, who live on the farm, or Col r- wMM&? iLlMmmi 3" ft I.ve Livingston .. S 06 that lllll Andcrton, there was the largest olIerillL'S of sunk- - !'t,ver handled remedies that sell as well, orduuot 833 .Main street, .McKiiinrv.or write tome 3ji and I.ve llerea to 5 li.ivcivi'M audi universal satisfaction We D.Ul.ii, lexas. ' ' SL p Arr Richmond.. IlIlL' anil aired IllllleS ever made on this hesitate to cuarantee them every time, and we ftBHapjMitti I'.. 1. VOUNfi. Now York, I.ve Stanford 7 00 r"iilI,,.5- Lve Lancaster . 7 40 a in ! ..... ......... ... Passing all the Famous VIrclllia Springs by day. market. Perhaps 300 of tho former and X" .... , ,11 . J J5 Cl Arr Richmond. . 3 light and nrrivini; at Old 1'oiut Comfurt and the 100 of the latter. Xo. 1 suckling mare remedies have won their ureat popularity purely Public Sak of land and Personally, Lve Richmond. Ui p m 6 io a in on their merits A K. I'tnny, druujcist. 3 40 Sea Shorn the next alternoon mules brought "o to $00 ami the inferior Arr Winchester. 3 3" P in 7 IJ a in, Time Cardjn F.ffect July t, iE3o. a m 4 10 p mi 7 4: & A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. grades ran from $10 to U0, Aed mules As Kxecutort of l W divons, dui'd. we wSlI sell Arr Pans IFast.Mai FastVet Fist Lve Lexington J 45 p in 7 ih) a in j 45 p in at public auction t tht highest bidder on Kxpresa, Expres F.ASrWAKD, D.ulv scrap ol wrapping pa varied according to quality. W. A. .SutIt was just an ordinary Lve Pans pm 4 3! p in " SJ a in, Kx Sun V i.RO At) WAV, U.ily Ually Lve Falmouth.. the last 913 m; ton, of Montgomery, boutjht 8 head at per, but it saved her life She was Oct. lOth, 1889, Arr Covington. ... S J" lP 10 35 a m1 57 07 p in a jo p m 35 11 Ji n n 3 37 am I.ve Sia ford stage of consumption, told by physicians that Arr Cincinnati . 6 45 P mi 10 45 '"I 7 3P " UBXIXCSTUX, " l.r nKton it 45 am 6 30 pin 7 joam prices ran'inj; from SSOto $150. Caroth-ers- , she was incurable and could only live a short i nisiate resilience in l.lnrnin county, kv , Wi hestcr 13 95 pm 6 5S pm 8 10 am miles Kast of Shelby City, thr following of Fayette, bought a trood number at un the.Maysville IIrnncli,.No 9. leaves Pans at less than 70 pounds. On n piecu of " K. U. Junction.., I oj pm tracts of Land: B 00, a tn anu No, p 111, arriving at 11, at 54s, I 2J pm 7 40 pm S 51 mn 00 to !?17". Capt. J. A. Ramsey, auc .wrapper papci she read of I)r King's Xew Dis" Mt terlms. 130 Acros kowii as I lie Mi Knbertt and Shil-l- i) ntaysviue at in n pm Pin. ic covery, and got a sample bottle; it helped her, she " I'rc'oti 2 03 pin land, situated on the Stanford and Knob Lick leaves .Maysvi 'c at in, ami 810. 0 36 am a m, aiming at Tans at 5,15 M i wad .......... 3 to pm 8 4a pm 10 33 am tioneer, reports about liOO cattle on the bought u large butt e it helped her more, bought turnpiko, KastofA. K Denny's. No u leaves Maysville al 7 40, a in 10 and fast, continued its tueand and 1 05 am OIIe Hill 4 o pm; market; 20 head of l,0.')Opound feeders anotherstroiugrew betterrosy plump vveifihing 140 A arrives at Paris at 4 05, p in. These trains nr healthy, is now o 05 pm o 40 pm 1,19 pm nd ' A trait ol 84 Aoroa, being n part oflhe daily except Sund.i) tor fuller ' " C i tsburcJ. ... 6 2o pm 10 53 pm 45 pm brought $15 per ewt.; 2i feeders, 1,000 lbs. mundt. drtiirxisi, I particulars ienil stamp to v Helm plate, situated on l'owell No 4j Lexinrton 10 05 nut; arrives Paris on Smith. Trial bottles of a riglit oi way to btanlorcl and Knob lane with also II Cue. 6 511 pin 13 30 am 3 '5 pm II naton Lick pike $2.07 per ewt. One small lot good wonderful discovery tree at A. U. 1'eiiuy's 1041.1111, except Minuaj. ' tint 6 u am 10 33 pm Siiliihur... Arr No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 5 pm;arnvi's I'uhiinuth Drugstore. A tract (if 1O0 Acros or well timbered knob 11 00 am ' .ttssitlc.... steeis, $:!.2i. CJood yearling steers i 5am 7 30 pin ; cxicpt Sunihy. 3 jo pin 8 io am land, situated on White Oak. " Wathinston No. 1. leaves Falmouth 000 am; anises Chain " l tore 3 55 P"i 9 oS am 'SUper ewt.; 11 head yearling mules $80.-5- 0 A Good Cough Syrup. COMPANY ! 'Uphla 0 33 pm 11 to am First two tracts are in a high state ol cultiva nati 755 am; except vuiuay. There it nothing parents should be to careful per head. Sun. No ji leaves Cincinnati jo am; arrives Fal Vork ' N lion, well fenced and uniinprovod. 9 90 pm 1 30 pm head yearling cattle at $13. & CO., A. T. Nnnuelley bought of V. A. IIUSTONVILLE. KY Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 n. m., returning Hall a couple of mule colts for $145. Office neat door to Whitehead's DriiB Store. Ale still In the hutlnets ami rea ly to dl any. II. D. & K. P. Woods bought of T. S. at 4!jo p. m. Special attention given to diseases of children thliiK In the InderinkliiK lun We h.ue a full Miller, ol Garrard, .1 mule colts atSSO. slock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Knhet of csery de.cripti n Our heir.e, it nearly L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. John Anderson bought in Rockcasnew can he obtained n short nonce Air J II, CSreen hat ch irKi'uf ur business and will show tle 12 head of mule colts at $40 to $00. u 3'Pm HARRY A. EVANs, "Mail train going North our tioods to any one icdin anything in our " A5," ijipm Soutn James Wells sold to Johnson, of line 64.tr 57 I'm Exprett train " South ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, " " North i;am Boyle, D head of cattle at :tl .630 am Local Frelcht North STANFORDROLLElf MILLS. STANFORD, KY mill .litfilillt A- Iti.llltiltf'f , VI9 (!iiimrit Ml IM..I WML ... I.VW.p 5J5P " cents. South Absolutely Puro The latter trains alto carry passengers. Jones Bros, sold to Johnson, of Boyle Mrs. M. T. Itusseli and Mrs. Win, J. All a life Engincorinff and Surveying in riea.rupersons wishing use pleasant Flour and well The above It calculated on standard time. Solar l.'i wile lei tnem made at Client Thl s nowiler never varies. A marvel head of fat 2 and cattle at tf Gaddis. purity. time it about 30 minutet fatter .Stanford Roller Mills Call for it HI vnur ernm all branches. strengt find M...n eery, and if they have nut not it on band, urge cents. The decedent enjoyed none of that than the ordln.iry kinds and can nfTt he told III them to keep it or net an order from them and competition the miillitiuli- n( Inw im. B. calls distinction, a which the gel It at the Mil! .mil will guarantee a pleasant or only in W.VARNON county G. Gover bought 2ofand Pulaski he crave it, worldwas content to be anor did weight, alumwithphosphate powder. SoldCO., linn THOMAS 1825. and interesting iim.ly KOYAt. IIAKIMi POWDER plain, cans. party a bunch of but o W N I'O r IS, Superintendent. . for too Wall ttreet. New Yoik Is a Candidate for the Democratic nomination unpretentious, honest man, a kind and heifers at 2 to 2j cents. County Judge, subject to the primary, Oct. 19. f'inV "cAcr7a of No,i KYi 13 Q CUESS & JIARET, J. Monroe Leer sold a fine jack and generous neighbor and an orderly, J) U L O A L Vj. land for sale Call on cr On Dwelling., Household Furniture, Stores, MerG. II. COOPER jennet to n Mr. Catlett, of California, for quiet citizen, doing his full address A. K Denny, Shelby City, Ky. chandise, At , apply to the old REAL ESTATE AGENTS duty, as he understood it, in all the reIi a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for $!HX) each. Paris News. Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. County Clerk, subject to the actiou of the primary SALE OR RENT. Only 23 trotters have records of 2:1" lations of life. His leading charae'eris-tiMt. Vornon, Ky. election, Oct. jo. , I.ichtntni; clauses attiched and was generosity, which was manifest paid or better, while 'M pacers have stopped GocJ House and Lot at Maywood Suitable for whether tire ensues or not, doctor or teacher (iood on lot ed in every conceivable way toward all fSKO. II HRUCK, A?ent. 17 Coal and I'milier Lands and Farms for sale. Cor HISS KATE BOGLE tho watch better than 2:lo. 1) I.. STEPHENSON, Apply to respondent solicited, 41 Nelson won the great $10,000 trot- with whom he was associated. His hos Maywood, Ky 44 It a Candidate for Superintendent of Public ting stallion race at Boston in three pitality was unbounded, and no one Schoolt of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. Livery, Eccd and Sale Stablt straight heats. Best time 2:17. IlurncrH. WOOD ever asked help at his hands who did B. PAXTON It. B. & E. P. Woods bought in Lin- not receive it to the extent of his ability. I keep on hand a No tquilitv of Jelhco. l.ily Leave in my I Is a Candidate for County Attorney, tubject to coln, Boyle, Mercer and Washington 100 Indeed, it is well known that his too and Nut aCoal .Myers yard auu tney your orders at aru or store win e attcuu 9 the action of the Democratic party. mule colts at an'average of $73. liberal contributions to the necessities of ed to promptly IIIOOINS. J 51 j Fourth Avenue, Stafford Ky oj Messrs. Bob McAlister and J. F. Far-r- is others, together with his extraordinary HARRY A. EVANS left yesterday for Litonia with their hospitality, prevented him from acquir' a Candidate for Surveyor of Lincoln county, racers, Bonataw, Susie L. and Bee Mar- ing that competency to which his indusIt subject to the Democratic Primary Election, to be tin. try entitled him. held October 19, 1SS9. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. My Now Houso on Main St., II. M. Jones, Secretary, has our MT. VERNON, KY. In politics Mr. Benedict was a demoStanford, Ky For lermt apply to Mr W. II, LONDON, KY. thanks for invitation to the Clark coun- crat of the old school and in his younger Ilfiflill t;sisitiwsuVi I. ma ssi Hsuuilla W. McCLARY Skin tif .1jl Thisold and av llottljis still maintain Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hirt It ltis riiviiiv I. TTIE N IttH.MtS on reatrnable terms ty Fair and Trotting Horse Association, days he proved his loyalty to his party 3 ondon Is the most convening its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeIt a Candidate for Superintendent of Public ient point on the railroad tn reach places in th cial attention to the traveling public Schools, subject to the Democratic Primary Elec- which will give its first annual exhibi- as well as his own value to its cause in in the mountain 10 inn of the tion to be held in October. Al.P NKWCOMH, Prop., DISSOLUTION ! tion, Oct. many a hard fought contest and throughMl. Vernon, Ky. Sales of breeding ewes at $4.23; out his lifetime he steadily followed the 1 he copartnership of McKobcrts.V Sugg is hy Staigg retiring, mutual consent OTIS P. NEWLAND steers at 2; hemp at $3; moun old democratic banner through thick the business willdissolved, Mr. condut tod b Y.and II hereafter be H. M'ROBERTS, M.D., McKobcrts. a Candidate for laller of Lincol County, tub- - tain ewes at $3.25; It cattle at 3 and thin. 'the accounts will bo jointly collected and the ject to the action ofthe Democracy, Twentv-twand 51 extra yearling mules at $1)2 are years boforo his death he book w ill be at the old stand, and those indebted STANFORD, KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor to We desire noted in the Winchester Democrat. attached himself to the Christian church ourut can settle anytoday customers for to etpress OHice on Lancaster Street, oppo.ue our sincere thanks their kind SAM 91. OWENS Yours truly, K. T. Young's splendid little farm of .and from that time till his tlnal sun- p.lronage. Having removed to this place from I.lbertv, to No Hotel It Keiilm ky has a hotter repuitlioo, McKOIJKRTS & STAOO as Jailer of Lincoln SJ It a Candidate for practice his prolcssion, calls the attention of the mons came he lived the life and acted and Its pr ipne tor Is dett rmini. J tht tublect to the action of the Democratic lit) acres and his house and lot in county, :;l pub lie to the fait that he ill be ready at all hours shall be maintained party. Kinney will bo sold without reserve at the part of a sincere and true Christian, ilsv or night to ansner calls in town or country. VALLACE E. VAKNON, Thirty years ofhls lite were spent in Staaford and public auction on the 1st. Don't forget and gave every evidence of his undoubt-inhe deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as Attornoy at Law, list has recently added 10 its appointments a physician and surgeon A share of the patron G. S. CARPENTER it. Somebody is certain of a bargain. belief that eternal happiness awaited age ol the people olatinford aud vicinity isasked tubKontucky. by him Judge George V. Payne threshed him beyond the grave. Stanford, 65 tl It a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln connty, ject to the action of the Democratic party. One Who Knkw Him Well. bushels of wheat from 42 acres an Wilt practice in alt the courts of this and adjoin-naverage of 13 bushels. It was of tho R. B. counties and In the courts of appeal (Office ocr McRoberts X Sugg's drug ttorc. A First-Clas- s N. MENEFEE Livory Stablo The Chicago Fanners' Review White Fultz variety. He sold it at 7o SUCCl.S-.OTO this year will be To tommcxls e the demands of Ins increased that tho corn a Candidate for Sheriff, tubject to the action of cents per bushel. Georgetown Times. It . transient pstrnr tet Turnouts furnisbcd the Lincoln County Democracy. I M'MICHAEL, It is reported that V. C. France, nnpreeedently large, reaching THE HATTER, Comincrcul rat elers and others. lait 1000 bushels against 1,S7,7!H),000 Lexington, recentlv refused a cash of T.ttlRnTV. KV -. . . E. D. KENNEDY filMTH AVTCNUE, c ennn vear. Kcnttiekv nut tiown lur lHt.( in. - 1.;- 11 t too iiunheis Dr. R. C- - NEEL, Proprietor. of Lincoln County, Ita Candidate for Attestor LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. Btalhon, Wilton, 2:1!)J, by George Wilkes, tubject to the action of the Democracy. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. '',e croP ' tnu Sotltll this. Ilavmt; refitted and refurnished the abuve H'Mise, dam AlleV bv Kvstlvk'a IlaillbletOnian ' The Nobbiest & Most Stylish ' '"trnu will probably lu, it tin. reeonl. I lie, ,lurB of io run in nrsiciat tiyie ami at a i lubl(C pilronJKe ,e A lot of 52 slrictlv fancy yearling a ,m M. Stock of tntiles w..ro sold thin week hv II. It . .. r. corn crop certainly will. All the main! THE LARGEST AND FINEST It a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, crops 01 tne ftoiiin nuvu none wen tins, .... i ion .,.i I ili subject to the action of the Democratic party. r u'nn,i. i r. n HViA HOTEL IN THE CITY. Elce.iou Aucust, 1800. pair, choice of the lot, to L. r. Iltt.lson 'J'1'1"". nd u '8 fstimatwl that they will .4 Y I . . . .. .. l.! til.. Sniitli frnin 51'j.vnm row iu, - VV2sf1r 1Iaf10k wi..) i.j,vaa,wu rt' " ior?.i.'u. a. 1. Harris aiso soiu io ino 1W,UW,UUU more llltin UlOsSe OI iail year On Somerset street, at present 01 . upied by Mr R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., Mlltr UtrtC jeariltlai.-MlURATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD; II Cooper A vsry desirable plai.e and can be Kver brought to the city ol l.ouissltle, now open .li.l K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ;;-t- f. wh-c1,000-poun- S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT, VKItNON. Jv V. J. T. STJTTOIT d POWDER - .'.-1.-..- ' g, I Established FOR, XITSTJRAXTCE I tf e FOR s dai.-ia.te- school-hou- se JOSEPH Attention, Coal 1 WALLAGE, Men's Outfitter . Louisville, Kentucky. NEWCOMB HOTEL. well-kno- fffj- - inp I F. i a sits- - XT r 1- -4. Sj-t- t 700-poun- d 1,000-poun- 0. THE MYERS HOUSE o Court-Mou- te w g --- --- Pool and Illlliarri I'arlors J. llg-ur- GEOGEGHAN, ' ITAFIER -- HOUSE -- 1 1 r- x 1 1.4 F. Brlnkley yr 'on i THE GALT HOUSE, 11 1 ' .J-i- ... . "" i"viv nuti "! sf HAT world-renown- s DENTIST. ; ' Farm for Sale. ,.i - ' DR. PENNY, - JA Farill ," "' 'l PJM FO.R SALE Kentucky Central R.R.. mm ?'s "jill'k g Llri ' well-know- n of For Sals Publicly. &MI& EdM&W(U688 T. " tm mm -- p"- .,,,,.,,., : . m mm 11 -- "s South-Houn- -r ...-.-.- .. -- IflelM Ola Ky Route "' 111 1 ' , BMireRtPftfi JBJSgyL North-Houn- Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, . 'nl?'UhrV'1. ltA ' 54-t- I ".'n . I I VSd&lj -- . WM. ADAMS SON, 1 111 Thursday, to y . i, 1 Her-ve- 1 l.'.'oO-poun- d M . 0S m 2L5sife. George Peacock, of Winton county, Norfolk Ala., attempted to suck the poison out of a snako bite on one of her children. Ket nrf, fast Vestibulcd from New York and There was a sore on his lip nnd the points arrives at Winchester 4 04 p m all en ' took effect in it and before night he daily. Fast mail from 3ton 4 47 p and iiuip ii n and all points cast arrives Winches-was dean, ins enort to savo his sons ter and Lexington 11 45 noon daily Kx. lay. Jfa$t express from Huntington, lifo was fruitless. He failed to get out cept Pars Lexington all rir and Wheelmif arrives tho poison before it had taken effect, laily. 0 35 II accommodation airivet Winchester Ol and the boy died about an lioiy before d l.esiDKtoti 8 10 a m; leave Lexington 7 Vitirhestrr 6 40. his father. S InformatKin writeor apply to Fo :ttaud Henrich Malz was Bent to tho peni(1 W. IIAKNKV, Ticket Agent. S. A. KOMI!KIU;,Trav I'att. Apt. tentiary one year in New York for biting vuiilNHTCw ad v. v , Lexinrton, kv ofl'the heads of two kittens on a wager. J 3 M ' Kl I' mud, Va,... n IntComfort 40 pin 8 05 am 05 pm 11 30 am 0 35 pm is 00 n a pois-so- u i-- 111 n 1 I about as selecting u cough sjrup, lieges' Cherry Turmt made known mi day of sale. Cough Sj rup costs no more than tho cheap and inJ. O. AW. I. OIVENS, Fxors thiowii on the market. Thebostil ferior nostrums At the samntime and place, as survivliig'parllK'r none too good, be sure and git II LOOS' CIIICRUV of the firm of K W. (iivent ,V Son, I will sell pub COUOH SYRUI' We keep Hon band nt all licly all of the personalty owned by said firm, con. 'sling principally 01 j work .Minns, 40 vearliliK time. A. R. 1'ctiny, Druggist, iiiuios, 3 nice young saddle Horses, harness mate suitatJo for a lady to drive, trace A Fortune Mare Uv W.irdniufc. r - viuir.nM .'il)v ).u Hub. ol Montro, 3 yearaibl Filly by Lconatus and 3 Is n good healthy, pearly skin. Few nro auare nice brood Marm: 6 4 yearling of the shott tunc It taket fur a disordered liver to Heifers, 8 made Co jearling Cattle, fancy bred and Calves, 6 causo blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin. Shorthorn Cnwt, all aS iiu, uim 71 One bottle of 11KGOS' 1II.OOD I'UltlFIER and Shoals; the Crops, consisting of 90 acres of Com, Hay, both and clover, ulid Oats in stack 1ILOOI) MAKER will restore this organ to ita a rfitlllllHIl1 timothy Kttt Ol riirinlno liiiul.Mi.nl., natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood of i McCormlck Hinder and i Mower, 3 3 horse ff'd harneti. Corn Planter, II ny Rake, of all impurities. It it meeting with wonderful "arrows, ,vc ,1 iiaroucne and lluck tuccess, We gunrantee every ooiiie. A it. lL.n board. W. I OIVENS. I 1). iMigliih, Auitioneer. ny, Druggist. 1 What a- 1 i".ii ..-.!.. I 1 1;"! ""' -- 1 57-t- d , Cincinnati and I.txitigton. Not 3 and 6 make conue lions a1 Winchester points on theN N .V M. V. II v lor No 4 mikes this c 'nnectioii.il Lexington IMPORTANT. Trains of thi line now airivi at and depart from the Central Union I'j.xrnci--StatioCincinnati, making comic tious for all points North, East and West Through tickets and baggage checked to an destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address my agent ol the G S, F. II. MOKSF, K. II. 11ACON. Traveling l'ass'g'r Act., Oen'l Pass'g'rAgt Lexington, K), Covir.gton, Kv. ILK, HUNTINOTON.Oeneral Manager OKNKUAI. OFFICES-Chambe- r of Commerce lluilding, Cincitirati, O 10 31m mj Sunday only No, 33 leaves Falmouth 4 15 p 111; nrrivct Cm cinnat!6 15 pm; Sunday only. Train Notes: No 1 runs dally between Irxing ton and Cincinnati, Nn 4 runt daily betweei mouth CREAM LKXINGTOIM.-K-- ttotffl ' 1 W i M ,r .. i-- r