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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889100401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. MoKINNEY. j Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, d889. NO. 67 Short IInnl,Telraraphu..te.m LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Tanner it Sons lire ImprnvtitK tlio looks o( thuir Htori"liono liy ivMint- Iiib it. will prcnl'li Iluv. Ilriuv, of nt tliu l'ri'Hliytt'Hnii rhuruli lieu nt I i m. nuxt Sunday. A cliilil of Clo. UuclicMJ died S.iturdiiy night ami was buried in lv. Dam-Mo- , tlio MoKinnt'y cuuictury nt !l o'rloek Shii day. Carter, Sun M. Helm, 1'eturiuid Henry Cash anil Win. l'iilj;ett delivered their whi'iit last wei'k to K. I.. T.iniier at 72ji. Juku Nauru reports h:ivln lout bin pocket-hoomtniniiik: enrreney and coin to the amount of ?.8 on the pike between MoKinney and home. Tell Itros. Ilrown, Maret ami Smith that I like the new dre.su theMt. Vernon Signal wears, hut I itMMt on a little inoru news from the correHpondenU thio'out the county. George Ia'u Jiiiih'h and wife, of Crah Orchard, were "topping at the Commercial Hotel the flint of the week. John and Varney Tanner were in the citien last week buying their fall stock of kooiIh. Mias IVnrl Tahler linn heen dniiKcrouidy sick, hut n a little hetternow. MIhm Mat-ti- e Crow was the KtieHt of her couhIiih, Mioses Iguana and Florence llibb, Friday until Monday. Protracted meeting at the HaptUt church clotted Sunday nilit with l.'t additions and one conversion for tlioClmV tlau church. I'uv. W. J. Want left Monday to the Theological Seminary at Louisville. Hu will All his pulpit at this place on the 1st and ltd Sundays in each month. He v. J. M. Salleoutul wife, after two weeks' stay in the meeting, returned to their home in Nelson county k Monday. It. II. Crow has returned from a litis- inewi trip to Horse Cave. Misses I.ydia and Belle. Lewis have charge of the school at this place; daily attendance IK) MIm F.mma Fair, after a several weeks' visit to her brothers at Hartford, Ky., has returned home and resumed her plai'v as organist nt the Haptist church. T. J. Christerson, our former toitiiiiinter, but now in business nt lexiugton, paid McKinney and Liberty a flying visit last week. Joo Wright, of Junction City, has been here this week in the interest of his marble works. J. Wes Hal Icy is celling goods at cost. New Decatur, Alabama, Chattanooga paper nays: "The great car works of the Tinted States Rolling Stock Company, and the shops of the louiNville ik Nashville railroad, arc in themselves works of sullicient magnitude to make a prosperous city, but added to these there are, besides, the blast furnace, the large oak tannery institution, car wheel works, horse shoe nail works, four ot Ave largo establishments, the large foundry nnd machine shop of Iveus & Sou and other industries of considerable propor tions. I vens ivSou have one of the best equipped shops in the country, and their manufacture of engines, cotton presses, etc., rtnils n ready sale in all parts of America, and will make the establish. incut one of the most important in that line in this country. Dcpitur's railroad facilities, water transportation, nnd juxtaposition to limitless flelils of lion ore, coal nnd timber, make Its industrial prosperity unquestioned, and it is certainly destined to become a great city. The Decatur ljiud company, under the intelligent and efficient management of Mr. llreck Jones, by its liberal course and prudent, busi ness-likconduct, is converting what was two yeais ago a feitile farm into a bustling, throbbing city, and the next ll months will witness a wonderful growth. A wood-workin- g e at work near Johnstown, about the 1st of August removing debris. Soon they came upon a pile of logs in the shape of a cone nt least a dozen feet high. The logs weru in such n symmetrical shape that it looked as though they were put together by human hands. Tlio cone was hollow nnd ns the men proceeded with their woik they detected a smell which suggested thnt there was a dead animal closo at hand. Log after log was removed when, to their amazement, they beheld a mastiir dog. fho animal wagged his tall and whined when he saw the men, and seemed glad at the prospect of being liberated from his prison. In ancell was other potion of tlio tlio carcass of a cow. lly some freak of the rushing waters the dog andcow were caught in this pen Juno -', the cow being crushed in the jam of logs. The canine was sleek and fat when liberated, und looked none tho worso for his two A gang of men were cone-shape- d '- months' imprisoumont. Tho little boy was on his knees in Ids littlu night dress Baying his prayem nnd his little sister couldn't resist tho temptation to tickle tho boIch of his littlo feet, llu stood it as long as ho could nnd then B'dd: "Please, God, excuse mu tho HtutHng out of Nellie." San Francis- co Chronicle. ., -- . ,.,,ii Col. Hob, tho last of Davy Crockett's eons, died iu Texas last week, aged 7. Deaths of Two Good Men. p. m. Win, J. Danville, Oct. ltd, Mr. 1). G. Slaughter has bought n Lee Owens was arrested Saturday Lylo, for n number of years Chnirmnn for getting drunk mid raising Cain gen- part of the Peter Kennedy farm, lying half way between Crab Orchard and of tlio Democratic County Committco ! erally. The proprietors of tlio London plan- - Dripping Springs, beginning nt tho top, nnd nt present one of the owners of tho ing mill made mi assignment Tuesday, of the river hill, on which there are1 Kentucky Stock Fnrm, died nt his home Hubert Craft is receiver. quite a number of flue medical springs, hero this morning nfter n few days' IllTom Hcatty, n colored man of this one of which, the Cooley Spring, is said ness of pneumonia. Logan McKee, one of the most popuplace, was badly hurt in n coal mine to be the finest in the locality. He has lar republicans in the county and for n I already begun erecting a large summer. Saturday by slate falling on him. Ira J. Davidson has a brand new hotel, 'J(0 feet long, which will contain ; long time Chairman of tho Committee, died at noon after a lingering illness. boy bit by at bin house and it tickles 50 rooms besides kitchen, dining-rooW. H. N. lull-rooDock Phelps down in ids boots to be and One wing containing, LI will be completed this week and be called grand pap. rooms MATRTMaNIAlTMAtfERS. David Wilson and Mrs. Lucinda all be ready for next summer. The Miss Lillie Foster, formerly of LexMoore, of Whitley county, were married Dripping Springs buildings erected by here, was marat the Lovelace House Wednesday. Hev Mr. Slaughter five years ago, have been ington, and ried last week at Denver, Col., to Charles Win. liryant olliciated. torn down. A warrant was issued Monday for The case of Kates for cutting Warren Ford, of Portland, Oregon. Mrs. Rudolph Weiser, who was Miss the colored school mistiess of Pittsburg, was called in the police court Saturday Sidney Adams, charging her with too and continued until next Saturday. Mr. Lusk, was granted n divorce at Lexinge faun and their only severely flogging one of her pupils. Her Warren is impioviug rapidly. The IKUh ton. A trial is set for Saturday. school district, over which this trouble child was given Mrs. Weiser, as the husIlily Higgius, wifeof James Higgius, came up, has two factious, each claiming band made no response. Wu have information that Mr. C. C. was arrested Saturday night charged they are right and all hinges on the lewith stealing ribbons, trimmings, etc., gal lines of the district, and the decision Gooch, n young merchant of Waynes-burnnd Miss Mnttie Perkins, n ptetty from Mrs. Lucy Williams' millinery of the courts will be required to settle She gave bond for Circuit Court. the legality or illegality of the school young lady of Hrodhead, eloped to store. this week and became husband Dave Spitson went home drunk last tax. Neither party will consent that week and commenced beating his wife the other Is right and it seems that our and wife. Marriage license was issued to Jacob as ho is atciistouied to do when drunk, Superintendent of common schools halts but his sou soon arrived and mauled the on a decision about the boundaries and Gander to wed Miss Annie, the daughter of our countytnan, Mr. Jno. tilling out of him with a hickory club. hears one side of the story nnd concludes While some hands were engaged in thnt side is right; then when the other Von Grunigan, on the lL'tii. As the removing nil old stock shed on the premi- side is told reverses tho decision. Tlio names indicate, they are both from ums of Mrs. Maggie Jackson Monday the records must bo deficient regarding Switzerland. Mr. J. P. Rallard and Miss Nellie roof fell on Stephen Jackson, breaking these lines from some cause or this left leg near tint ankle and injuring trouble could bo stopped bysimplo refer- Hourno were united in marriage yesterhis his back nlso. ence to the record. It is claimed that day afternoon by Magistrate McCann, in W. P. linker and Presley Stilling one trustee who levied the tax is a non the Clerk's oflice of tlio County Court. Tuemlay. Mr. Stil- resident of the district. The other side They are both from Garnird . county. went to Louisville Post. ling will attend a law school there. Clinr-le- y clniiiiB that he is n resident. Invitations have been received by Faris Is sick, threatened with fever. Mr. nnd Mrs. John ll.iiley went to William Hay ward id improving. Kd Louisville Monday. Messrs. Jesse Rey- her friends here to the marriage of MIfs Mcintosh, of Perry county is sick nt the nolds and J. Wilson, of Bee Lick, are in Mnttio Ynrbrough, who attended colThompson. Ixmisvillc. Mr. D. H. Kdmiston is also lege here and later made a visit to friends, A prominent teacher in describing n taking in the city. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. to Mr. J. H. Davis, nt her homo nt Como, battle at the Clay county teachers' Insti- Holdam, Misses Nannie Kennedy nnd Miss., Oct. ISth.; Rev. M. P. Morgui, stationed this tute the other week, said the soldiers Katie James also went to Louisville and weru given whisky and gunpowder to will go to St. Ileitis from there nfter year at Pineville, and Miss Mary Gorm-le- y were married at the bride's mother's drink. He had certainly been drinking I witnessing the festivities tosec the veiled something worse than gunpowder and prophets. Mr. 12. W. Jones has bought at Crab Orchard yesterday by Rev. T. J. whisky, or hu would not have attempted one-hal- f of Lcuich Zeller's drug stock God by. The I. J. sends congratulations, to work that old revolutionary chestnut and will, we understand, move his busi satisfied that the union will prove a hapon mi inlciiigcnt audience. ncss to Miildlcshorough ami grow up py one. 1211 Cattangim died at his home near The Advocate tells of the probabili with the future city. J. Peter Chandler towuof typhoid fever, Monday, and was) ih very sick. Mr. H. II. Hronaugh was ty of several young bachelors joining the burled near Libel ty church, three miles called Thursdav to the bedside of his noble band of "bandits." We regret to west of here, Tuesday. He leaves n wife father, Dr. Hronaugh, of Stanford, who know that marriage in Danville is such and two small chrildren. Mrs. Kelvin, fa very sick with fever. Mr. J. H. Law-wif- e a decided failure that men immediately or Rev. A. H. Kelvin, died of dropsy ' less did not get started to Lexington become bandits on entering the estate. Monday morning. Mrs. Holvin was! Monday as he expected, on nccount of His better half will have to see to Rro. about 70 year old and had been confined his three 'grand children (Mrs. Scott's Wool folk. to her bed for about two years. Her re-- i children) having the mumps. Will try CHURCH AFFAIRS. mains were interred at Slate Hill ceme- - it gaju next week. He offered his Klder C. I. Williamson is holding a 'goods Saturday at auction, but sold tery Tuesday afternoon. nothing. Nobodv seemed to want to meeting at Kirksville. r. A Pretty Scene. The Haptist Theological .seminary at purchase ...iv.hing. I iiere was a pretty patheticsceiiedown Louisville opened with l'Jo students. Itros. KvaiiB and Hopper's meeting at the Michig.ui Central depot one night To Tell The Age of Cattle, last wee. A group of aged men and A heifer has no rings on her liorns at Mt. Horeb, Fayette county, closed who had been here participating til ulio is two years of age, and one is witli '1 additions. In some rclk'ious meeting or reunion, added each year thereafter. You can Rev. I). W. Kllison is the new colorwere parting from each other, and iu all therefore tell the age of a cow witli ed Mctliodict preacher for this place; J. would never meet again on orablo accuracy by counting the rings of II. Abel goes to Lancaster and J. W. this side of the river. They had said jj,cr horns and adding two to the Frazier to Danville. sitter, her. The bull has no rings s a rule, brother," "Good-by- e The protracted meeting at the ChrisGod bless von," over and over again, until he is llvo years old. To tell tho tian church will begin Saturwhen one of the aged baud remarked: age after that period add five to the uutii day, night, 12U1. A. P. Cobb preaching "It's hard to part. Tlio next moment her of rings. Tlio lies way to tell the his first sermon at 7:15, A negro claiming to be John the a sweet, quavering old voice struck up iu age is by the teeth, which is of course a tremulous soprano: the only way with polled cattle. What Haptist appeared in Liberty county, Ga., There II tic no furling there aro called tho milk teetli gradually dis- but the negroes instead of falling down Ill a moment the whole group joined appear in front. At the end of three and worshipping him, gave his hide an iu. The old men swung iu on the bans, years the second pair of permanent teetli unmerciful beating. nnd the "girl who sang alto, tho girl who are well grown, at four years tho third -- On October 1 Rev. F. D. Hale withsang air," 00 venrs ago in tlio homo pair and at five years the fourth and last drew nil his evangelical engagements to choir, tested their feeble, lungs to the j ,,ajr mvo appeared and at this time tho devote himself to pastoral work entirely. utmost. I he words came as by Inspira central pair are full sue. At seven years Within the past four years he has securtion: a dark lino caused by the wearing of the ed 2,:SU converts at the various revival In Heaven above, where all in love, teetli appears on all of them and on the meetings held by him. There'll be no parting there The average pay of the preachers in central pair a ciicular mark. At eight Then n chorus of voices in the next years this circular mark appears on all of the Louisville Conference isSI(!t).5S. Dur room struck iu, its' some tiaveliug men caught the refrain. In the midst of it them, ami at nine years the central pair ing tho year 2,0(0 adults nnd 7J10 infants eleven. were baptized. There .'111 Sunday-school- s "All aboard 1" stopped their singing, and begins to shrink and the third at de- iu tin conference. Howling Green was company paited in better spir- Aftc this period the age can only be the littlo termined by degree of shrinkage gener- selected as the next place of meeting. its after tlio jubilee of nong. Detsoit Rev. Dr. 12. O. Gtierrant has been ally. At 15 years the three me nearly Free Press. pleaching iu Hieathitt ami Lee counties all gone. Orange Judd Farmer. for 10 days. During that time he preachPalestine is perhaps tho best known Tin: Milkmaid. "Where aio you go- ed 'Jo sermons, received 15 additions to country of its si.e on the face of the maid 7" he inquiied. the church, organized a church iu Lee earth. It is only I i miles from Jerusa- ing, my pretty contin- county with a lem to the Jordou und it is .'M miles from "Should the weather indications membership of 5S and Jerusalem to the sea. Palestine, nil told, ue of an auspicious character my intend- raised the money to electa church ediwhere fice for tho latter congregation. Paris is no bigger than a Texas county, and if ed destination is yonderinclosure, my unswervablo determination is to ex- Kentuckiaii it had railroads you could cross it in an of lacteal fluid from hour. It is not more than three times tract such an amount Attkntion! Knkiiits Tkmpmii. On tlio distended udder of the gently articuas long as it is broad and tho distance lating kino as may be deemed necessary October 5, tl and 7 the X. X.,vt .M. V. Co. and numbers which are so large in Scriptickets to Washing-a- t calmly replied tho rustic will sell ruuiid-tiitures aro very small when viewed with and advisable," Si:.(i0. Tickets good until October ill, girl, who had worked for two weeks in a the naked eye. Rethlohctn is, in reality, slio passed upon 1SS!, ami to New York ami return, good about seven miles from Jerusalem, and Hostou family. And leaving a gibbering idiot grov. to stop oil' at Washington, for $L'3.(UJ. it cannot bo moio than two miles from her way, ground where lately 'had Parties contemplating going to Washingthe site of Solomon's Temple to tho top eling upon the stood a dandy drummer. Tho Giocery ton should call on G. W. Barney, Ticket of Mount Olives. Tlio valley of Jehosa-pha- t Agent, Pluenix Hotel, nt once and is little more than a ravine and the World. their sleeping carspace. Nochange Fifteen contestants cl.ul for the fray, valley of Khedron runs into it. I vj tl ili nil .1...I lint l'...l Arineil with gojd tul and in tutttu array, iilaiiiiuii nun if linilllliuil. Striving furlutrc, a hratc Knight of old Through slccpeiri leave Lexington at (1:10 Tlio Voice, which really thinks itself n lor lln-i- hunuri anil mou.m 01 no! J. r. m. and ariivo at Washington at 5: 10 i temperance paper, continues its distur- - Mrovc Bllll ,,,., . M1 rihciMi.er. llrlvlll. m. next afternoon. G. W. Harney, Tick haiice about "The Prohibition Party in iim mt propur caper, to sound, Kentucky." There Is no such thing nsi'riiepraue.of vn.td known tin 'world Mer- el Agent; J. L .Murphy, Gen. Pisa. Agt., Lexington, Ky. From it prohibition party in Kentucky, nnd . lliitnclihnula wuily trie laiisiwc hilt In I he oico should inako haste to out A Georgia paper states that a young ucicrintion jUSt llOW' littlo it kllOW'H What it is talking of the ruwitold virtue of "favorite I'retcriptum lady of that Jst.tto has invented a lamp ' Wliemllor UcprM.ed villi lliat "drumiing- about. Glasgow TilllCS. that will cease to burn at exactly 10 , down" k'tlinc, conveiiueiit upon wi.ikne, nfTvr- BOfiftl'S Ohorry COUgh Syrup. ing frum headache, eakrl.ime buck, and lint o'clock. The average lover iu this secwill find Dr. that lamp; in common l lhi Ii bivIiib ipleiidid Jtifacli n to ilia Irade mid nianv 111 l'recripilou whuliwmUer ox. lake w"c tion he would no fault with satisfied i uuarantrvd to bo better fact it it tho ..ilei are poittively mnrve!ou, whkh can he I'lcrai'n ,.M returned, hee prnifd would go out as soon as he came in. If lir accounted for in no other way except ttiat it U j;iiariiiteooii tho young lady wants to make 11 real tin ' without dqubt the belt on the market. Ak for l)r l'urce' l'cllets..jjeiitly laxative or actively strike she should Invent 11 father wh andbeiuro you get the eenuliio. Wckeoplt, A. will go to bed at 0 o'clock. cathartic according to doae. 35c H. 1'enny, DruggUt. ( well-known 400-acrg, Jeir-ersonvil- le j e, ! p m iivi-'vw11 CRAB ORCHARD. BRYANT ''""nf-tpliift, Write for VnttiloUue rin.I & STRATTON Business College full rl I S V I L LEs, K 1 m Just What is Needed ! A House in which you can find Dry Goods and Notions, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Queensware, Glassware, &c. Any of the above goods exchanged for Country Produce. We do a strictly Cash Business and our piices are the LOWEST. Come and see what we en save you. JONES BEOS., Next door to Poi croau House. Stanford, Ky. NEW DRESS GOODS, J'ew Flannels, new Canton Flannels, J!ew Ginghams, new Penangs, New Calicoes, new Trimmings, New Buttons, new Hosiery, New Underwear and new Blankets. Call and see our gents' Waukenphast Petiole Shoe; also full line ladies' and Children's Con-gj'e- ss Shoes. SEVERANCE & SON. . OUR Celebrated Buell Boots Vamps, Rax e arrived ; single and Rubber-Line- d plain and, box toe in hip and calf. Boys' extra high Buell Button Boots; Brogan Boot's in split, n and. kin; plain and box toe in child's, boys' and men's sizes. Men's fine Shoes in standard screw machine sewed oil-grai- and hand welts. Ladies' fine hid and goat Shoes in machine sewed and hand turned. Gum. Boots, Arctics and sandals in children's, Misses, women and men's sizes. BRUCE & McROBERTS. A. C. SINE. J.N. MENEFEE. SINE & !1ENEFEE 'J Dealeri In HOUGH A1TD DRESSED LUMBER, BDCXHTOS aSASH, BOORS ANT Scroll Work, !E Mouldings, Brackets and Iatlis, Shingles, Etc., PATEJITT WIHEi AXTD SLAT FE1TOB, Cedar and Locust Posts. first-clan We u ill carrr 11 tail utock ofever) thing found in a Lumber Yard. A. C. SINE, Huvlneis Manager. C. A. BENEDICTS CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, ky. g)) tOUISYItlt NtWAlEAHYt CHICASO'fifS- "tanford, WVIN drilled to order and I'umpi lurimlied at factory tiricn. 30 - A NEW LOUISVILLE FAST MAIL Leaving both I. 2I. BRUCE, mni m m m mi mu & CINCINNATI Daily, Seviires to Travelers, STANFOItD. KY. ATTKNTION to COMMERCIAL tr;ivcler. Hones and mules bought anil ild. horseinnd vehicles uied iu livery. Only iirt-cAUo agent for 'lie SPECIAL THE MOST RAPID ROUTE ... ,ii i -- ' r I Ever attempted between the great commercial cities 011 the Onio Kiver and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and most comfortable trains between all polnis in the South, or to the West and Northwest, The cuunteiuartof this tram on all runk lines is denominated The Limited Express, WOOD HARYESTINC C0. VALTER A. The superb rolling stenk we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comlort OSTAt all Coupon Ticket Ollices in the South you will find our lime tables and tickets. Say MoI tion, get Motion and suck to .Monon, ll you want ta save money and have a pleasant journey, K. O.McCORMICK, I wish to sell my farm of 6j acres situated on General Passenger Agent, Chicago. Stanford. Tho tho Lancaster piko two miles from City Ticket Agents and Oilier': grass; a comfortable dwelhuz of 4 land is all Will sell at u bargain. I. M, Ouckner, as; 4th Ave., Louisville. Ky rooms Is situated upon It E. A. Toksnc, ii) Vine st., Cincinnati Ohio. O. A, HKNKUICT, Stanford. 4t For S&Iq 111 (V -- - .1., A j L 'WWB ttmr - fc i 1 x I. j b P- - l J A syndicate of English capitalists, The Empiro Stato utters no uncertain T1JE-sound on tho tariff question. Tho dem with $87,090,000, has been formed to buy ocracy hi Convention nssembled Tuesday up all tho breweries and elevators in tho nominated candidates for controller, sec- leading cuies. Stanford, Ky., Octdheu 4. 1889 retary of State, trcasuier, attorney genThe public debt statement issued by and surveyor and tho Treasury Department says that tho eral, Stato engineer judge of Court of Appeals, and adopted debt, increased during tho month of Sep W. F. WALTON. thoXational plat tember $i:i,(iSo,07-U,.'- . resolutions Jolurl). Rockefeller is said to bo tho 1SSS and declaring for principles form of OF- of tariff reform, believing that adherence richest man on earth, having an annual EXONERATING JUDGE BOYD. to tho right alone carries in itself tho income of twenty millions. Ho is presiIn December lust wo published n certainty of triumph. The platform also dent of the Standard Oil Co. from London, nither seriousdown the A caterpillar crawled opposes tho prohibition amondment.upon ly rellecting on Jud;o Boyd's court, which the next legislature is required to throat of an Kvansvillo lady, asleep unwhich was promptly corrected in sub a and denounces tho hypocrisy of the der a tree, and getting into her wind't, sequent issuo by another correspondent, republican party of the State and of tho pipe caused her death by suffocation. and wo thought that ended the mutter. The circuit court of Christian counStates of Massachusetts, Ithodo Isliuid No comment was umde on either article and Pennsylvania, in submitting, or pro- ty, in session at Hopkinsville, has sen by us mid in a few days afterwards wo posing to submit, prohibition measures, tenced 12 pi isoners to the penitentiary Hoots, Shoes, Caps, suffered a severe accident which drove only to defeat them at tho polls. The for terms ranging from to 8 years. ttie whole iimtu r from our mind. It was unrestricted sale of intoxicating liquors . . js. l'or harboring and living in adultery recalled last spring, however, by the in- on Uii ever the one hand and prohibition on the with a white woman, John Duncan, a commences formation received from Ixmdon, that other are opposed, believing that tho li Georgia negro, was called from his bed wo had been indicted for criminal libel quor irame snouiti oe nmnuneu mm reg- and shot to death by masked men. nobodu in publishing the article referred to. ulated by just and equitable excise laws. faction of RepubTho Houst This was decidedly unexpected for wo The administration of G rover Cleveland licans, in conference ot Richmond, gave good: of thought that Judge Dove, in view of the was heartily endorsed and Harrison's ar- the little Virginia politician a merciless past friendly relations that existed be- raigned with equal vigor for its short- drubbing whicli ho will not soon forget. tween no should have given us a chanco comings and hypocritical pretensions. A train butcher" on tho C. it 0., to have done the fair thing by him by The democrats held n con- who claims Somerset as his home, was Massachusetts lotting us know that ho still felt aggrieved. vention Tuesday and nominated a can- arrested and taken to Luray, V., on a We should have taken great pleasure in didate for governor and they also adopt- charge of robbing an old lady of $2,760. setting him 'right, whenever wo were ed a clear-cu- t Sly tariff reduction platform. Editor Poolo forced a fight on Sher$2. oO; boys' wool Chcvoit convinced that we had wronged him, goddess seems to be hav- iff Alpin at Robelieu, La. They tired The more quickly without than with the ing things wool Chcvoit simultaneously, Poole being instantly her own way now. S12.O0; boys' indictment. Tlio latter simply served $3; dying in n short time. killed and Alpin blue overcoats f& , to delay the investigation whicli wo insatin-face- d says that S. 11. j wool .v brakeman named Higgins wan The Courier-Journtended all along to make before the Noovercoats chief deputv of Collector Burnam, 'capitated bv cars near Maple Ridge, blue, Simp- vember court, and to givo the public the is in Louisville to get some pointers Mich. When tho head was picked up r s rt i rt r t mj tf ittm'Mtmr-wmmrmwmrmMT UlI.tjLUUtrt tr . 91 f y ivti VfKUlUUl; I IbtUil U t . - h result of it. from Collector Scott's office us to his du- the eyes closed, opened and partly Tf. ?ji be weeit. ua.rd. With the assistance of an attorney, in ties. That paper was surprised that a again. Use every . "whom wo have confidence, we have at man with 1,200 acres of fine stmnn is inn Forty-onof the finest business to length made that investigation and very land should take so small an office, until see goods lm- prices. do we ?ivc von . houses and dwellings in Grand Haven, ... ,..,, A.V frankly say that while there seems to it learned that Mr. Burnam is arranging Mich., were destroyed by fire Tuesday J11IC t: U I ' fl uiu. ivo "f-wnwevert have been crookedness with regard to to run against Gov. McCreary for Con-a. mornine. entaiiitu! a loss estimated at we give wait Christ- against men who gross, and that tho slato is for Mr. Stone the indictments found jmf a million dollars, week, L contributed to the campaign fund last to take Mr. Burnam's place as Collector, in tlie Trade's parade at Louisville, fall, there is nothing to show that Judge Main St., This all sounds very well, but it is dob Tuesday, was an old dilapidated hearse 2W. SALINGER, Boyd was cognizant of it or gavo aid or lars to cents Mr. Burnam doesn't givo with the inscription: "Population 227,-u- p counsel in the matter. Our corresponda certainty for what vour Undo Bill 'ooO, death rate 14 n year to 1,000. Too MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, ent was simply mistaken in the man and Allen was wont to term a d barren j Healthy for us. Bound for Cincinnati." wo take pleasure in saying that our preAsa Bryant was taken to the Lex ideality. Tho man is not living who Edwartl Mann, a telegraph operator, conceived idea of Judge Boyd's personal ington Asylum Thursday. I McCreary in this district committed suicide in Louisville Wedncs-ancan beat Gov. and judicial integrity, is fully sustained A l'oo.I number of our neoplo are no ono knows that better than the Jaw Jealousy is said to have been the Had we considered well the article that clever vi"itiii Middlt i gentleman, who is by tho grace of cause. Mrs. Kate Nye also killed gave the offense, we should not have - Oim- linii.lr.M , . iitfiTK went down Sth Kentucky self by jumping from n Collector of the of published it, but receiving it" by n late to lhi.llfiKiii.itfii liiiiH.Ujr. District. The way the governor has cony." mail on the evening of publication it downing " Will if id Hiking prejMirH- his opponents in this district' Baptisto lVnaud, a French fool wlio be was printed without malice and without to II t. vt I'K.l Hll Hi of leaves it an open question whether he mmiu his Hvintr by jumping from high t thought of tho injury it might do a con- will have any opposition from that party . new a. nfy Ih.,0 liisll same tlilUK. ,M)its. made his death bv the scientious officer. We make this state- at all next year. tow- - there. jumped from a means. He ment in pursuance of a resolution alPick Thomas, a negro boy, was tak.... Tr.,i,tnn V. .1.. 11111I landing ill tho ways to do what we conceive to bo right re-- ! The Glasgow Times is moved to en before Commisxiuncr Farris fit lon-- , tiii,.,.. without fear or favor, assuring the pub- mark with reference to our good friend; William Collins, a large tobacco don Wednesday on a U. S. writ charging Oils, School Boohs, Wall lic that we are as certain to correct a "Col. Bradley is neither politically dead ....., . Flemimr. has assigned. Hit as him with moonshinng, or with having r. wrong when properly advised of it, as, nor sleeping or if sleeping ho at least! tmvi.r. nf low sold liquor last April without paying the first-clas- s sets are about S20.000; liabilities $:t7,000 being human, we are liable to err. has ono eye skinned on the flesh in the ' special tax. At the examination Thomgoods. good to do ixmisvilleand Cincinnati tobacco wareSeventeen sons of Garrard, Gov. McCkeaky, who is in Washingbest worhman-lih- e housemen are caught heavily, us prefer- as showed his stamp and was releaxed. including a 6on oi Bradley, are now fat. The Pino Hill Coal Works tire being to local creditors cover tho entiie ton, tells a reporter that the most objec- tening Very at the public crib. Col. Bradley ences pushed; tracks bring laid; houses put up tionable legislation proposed in the next amount. and wadis Congress is tho Sherman and Chandler A. B. Barrett, of Oswego, a cattle and entries cut ami nu air of busiue.s dles when ho walks, but he gets there in Federal election bills. Says he, "I have dealer, was robbed of S!,fi67 in cash and now reigns w htTr the worl.H were abanshining shape, all the same." The first doned some ytwrs since. Admit .tO' Sl.oOO in checks while riding in a examined them carefully and know that of tho latter sentence is a measly, they are designed to disturb the peacelickawana and Western sleeping liandn will Iri employed by tnu 1st of Col. Bradley is a falsification. .!.iit drill " ln. ful relations which now exist in the """'" ' '" ..,....--"Z , -liila lirmmlit January. incitement wis ruim-- here little broad for his bight, but ho is a , Some Z j r vv.. South. Except in Congressional elechandsome man, notwithstanding, uliil null ii.iniai. niv a will lliMl llu , FB-IDFtions we still hold to the riiu we system loss. the possesses more anagosity and influence hasissuedncondiliou- - nun Inn li in killed l Hiuk It w Gov. Buckner of voting in Kentucky. It works admir, the than any republican in Kentucky. mw in HlnHt nu uin only m iirijnh'-ial pardon to Linnvillo Comb-ably in our State and cultivates a spirit convict sent from Breathitt WtIK llllll M'l lt OIM" nii.li'ft llllli 1111111111 ' of independence ami equality. We do TitmtE is some probability that tho ' not want that system disturbed." The county committee may change tho man- county, the condition being that he is r.lliMWi, with fitin. Hi Uiiiijglu Mi u Ik Louisville Ueformatoiy till MittUiirnliKh wivh 11. governor is right. The ballot system is ner of taking tlio primary election vote kept at the (' S XioM, ( ;t:ivs, wmx is i a cowardly way of voting that can never to tho Woodford plan; that is by a com- he is 21. Ho killed a baby for a tfrOKPfiiiHiKK &HHik He dl.stii.itly iitoi bin iiinl of boots. be respected by Kentuckians. mittee appointed to visit tho house of J k Mvi'lti'v fin' nti d Chicago Auditorium, which is to thsl (kwii The each man entitled to vote and let him A dispatch from Flemingsburg says S by Adclina Patti in IIS Willi II "' lln-MHt ll IXiUllll. express his choice between tho candi to be opened Dec. that since tho Court of Appeals has de- dates. Italian opera, is the largest building ever Brown wili ..ml mm am nu the .. k Tins would save ttie annoyance . cided that tho law prohibiting druggists :.i It I..,., c,... . I st. Win x 'i n. 'film li lip , ..i of an election and secure a mu h fuller ' t'rt'clta "J privniu r if from selling liquor on n physician's nu k Jiilin I' of 710 feet, is 10 stories high, has a horn iIiiiiii . front expression. prescription, is unconstitutional, a gloom v.nliii" r i.il vs In n sentinc canacitv of 8.000 and will co.- 1'itl lm .1 has been cast over the prohibition eleThe new States, Washington and North complete U'.e J. li l .I'ler luh ii s. In iiiwii.l ment and to a man they are now for re- and South Dakota, went republican by on the Island of The negroes Hfiiiii.K. Dr. Harlan is thought to be pealing the entire bill. That's nearly to 20,000 majorities, thereby e vim- - s.i, owned by u New York guano firm, very ill. Mis. B. F. Eiigleman Ih quite always the way. They want tho whofc ini' having killed four of nnil kmorancu of the ant in Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture hog or none and do not consider that masses that compose the population. It the o'lllcersof the company and put to sick. C. U. Harris is having his dwellni.' half a loaf is better than no bread. is thought that Montana alono lias tuken flight the others, who made their escape recovered. Austin's thresher is thresh- and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods Tlio late Geo ing all the wheat in this vicinity at i" can be bought in tho cities. Givo me a position with tlio democratic States, to u British trial and you will be conBy the evident dropping of n naught, her ' per hundred. Swinebro.id ami .1. W. of the island. but even that is darkened by doubt. W. Tipton was governor vinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. either intentional or otherwise, the CinBright have returned from Cincinnati Commander Shepard, of the man-o- f cinnati Knquirer places the crowd which Tuc Grand Army of tho Republic is ' war Koar.Mige, wim'.d neither dine with with reports from the cattle market, viewed the Louisville parade at but talking of a monument to Geu. Grant. It Fred Douglass nor would he sail with which is clow indeed, lam wanting to About that many people went will likely end in talk, but its members him to Hayti. As a consequence Shop-- ' exchange a pound of coffee fur a bushel - there to see it by tho Knoxville Branch, have had enough gratuities voted to of coal and others want to swap a bushel W ran nrd has been removed and stands an ex-- , while on all thoioads extra coaches camo them to erect one that would put all othof com fur a hudiel of coal. Wo are all Dealer In celleut chance of being court martialed. in all filled. Tho celebration, which has er attempts to shame. He evidently does not believe in any anxious for coal to get up higher so the proved n grand success, closes with tho trade will b brisker. Coal and house eq a. It is estimated that that there are now lorm oi soeia "ViHe i . wys mat ow.ng rents are too low in this country. What Satellites ball rhli on hand in Kentucky :B,:W3,MO gallons STANFORD, KY, k f, ''""""'V ".'I'0"- - ,'l'r,ai" we need is more railroads, so coal will Mns. John Bitow.v Pot run will not of whisky, which would givo 18 gallons to thu i ost more to transport it. Capt. Dillion startle the public this season by the won- lnm.i.nM.,11.. uwmim nn.l ..l.lt.l i.i tlw. WIOCKIIOHICIH III III" 11..V.....1. v.u...,.,j :s off ...... WJ ........ ,,,.......... v...... ... ... Hcst tho road with ids hack and is gollilM lll'CIl derful display of bosom she made in State. The prohibitionists can have our 'iliirini. Ilw tiillll Vlnr tllll htOck East's daily as steadily depreciating in value. Several ing from homo to Now York, when she applied tlio fatal share; wo don't drink. Tom Stone is doing a good hundred shares of it have sold within nsp to it in n performance of Cleopatra, 20. The stock at business with his saw mill at G. P. Ever NEWS CONDENSED the past few days at Her acting will necessarily be in private. exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is Briglit's. T.J. Ciodby, tho Methodist one time sold as high as 50. Tho old man always objected to her apfull and complete. We call special attention to our Eight persons were drowned by tho Tho total mileage of tho L. & N. is preacher, will preach hero Sunday evenpearing on the stage, but ho was never capsizing of u boat in Lake Ontario. indebtedues is ', ing. More wiie.it is being sown than 1,071 $. The bonded able to force his wishes till this season. It cost tho Louisville Southern Candidates for 72(l,:!(i0 showing an increase over last usual this year here. to paint its big bridge at Tyrone. The best Casket of tho kind ever invented. year of 51,080,000. The results of last jailer have been common among us and It is not often that such brotherly lovo It is stated that tho electric light on year's operation are: Gross earnings, we are made to pelievo that tho race is oxists between rival newspapers ns in visNewlund, Owens, Carpenter Embalming under the most approved method when desired. Winchester, It is usually every man for tho top of the Eifel tower at Paris is S10,5lW,:;iH1.31; operating expenses 02.21 between ible for U'J miles. and a few others. J. 0. McGlary, Salesmen andEmbalmer. himself and tho devil for us all, but it is per cent,. $10,:52l(,OS5.fi7, leaving net earThe Cumberland Valley Branch had After our visit to Hiissell and Casey not so there. Tho Democrat and Sun nings from traillc M7.70 per cent., $0,27.",- cost the L. & X. at the close of tho fiscal counties I am made to appreciate tho nro issuing a daily during tlio fair con:il8.07. bluygrass region us a homo on account A syndicato from New York, Washjointly and proving how good and how year 81,220,051.01. Pinevillo lias a now postmaster in ington and Chicago have secured the of our laud, accommodations, morals lovely it is for brethren to dwell togethif JfA. MlciA. 1 A. i IA 6 the person of Capt. Win. Bingham, who site of a 1,500,000 hotel to be erected in and general opportunities to make mony er in unity. has just been appointed. Louisville, tho structure to be fashioned ey. A great portion of those counties nro IDTJO-a-IST&J'B'VSrELBRichmond, Va., was among tho first Tlio United States Legation at after tho homo what famous Hotel Ryan, fast wearing out ami soon it will bo that to adopt electricity as a means ot pro- Paris estimates that at least 50,000 Amer in St. Paul, whicli is considered ono of that whole country will bo redeemed irom loresi ami men ii win no too poor pelling Its street cars, but ow'ing to mis- icans have visited tlio Exposition. tlio most complete liotulii in tlio United to hut n into brick, unless the farming of DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, management tlio lino of 12 miles has Booth and Barrett iiavo dissolved States. cnangeii. bomu farmers It will bo on Main near the tuo country is to tlio use of bone dust to have resorted A receiver partnership and tho former and Madam Louisville Hotel. proved a financial failure. FANCY ARTICLES, &0. fertilize, and where it is used on land lias been asked for and an effort will bo Modjeska are now Htarring together, An examination of tlio returns that only makes about 3 barrels of corn made to return tho lino to horso power Two passenger trains collided in n shows that in 31 counties tlio vote for a without it, it makes about 5 barrels Fhytlcians prescriptions accurately compounded. as a means of having tho property pay a tunnel near Naples, Italy, Monday, and convention was in tlio minority, though with it. Russell county can boast of not dividend. there were 50 people killed and injured. tho majority against it in Monroe, was Having n single tootol railroad or in its boundry. Dunnville, situaCharles Beeson, a depot watchman, only 2, in Breathitt only 27, and in Knott ted on Green river below Liberty, shows Thk Court of Appeals has decided to THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, lot Pat Hurt hang. Ho was convicted was killed by Hackdriver Nicholson but 50. Nino counties voted for it by a better spirit of improvement than nnv village in circuit. A number of CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. in tho Bourbon Circuit Courtof tho mur- when ho asked him not to obstruct tlio majorities ranging from 1 in Calloway good houses our a good water and mill nro Charles 'Mcuratli, another and 3 in Nelson to 52 in Fulton. Tlio going up. Ulioy brought of James Abner. His wifo is serving entrance. der haven good mnst this Ever lowest. to this market. Prices lower than the Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. term in the penitentiary for another watchman, then fired at Nicholson and Purchase and Franklin county gave tho time and of course will be head quarters a paired on shornotlce and warranted. for hogs another year. shot him through both thighs. largest majorities against. murder. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal . GREATEST SALE Hats, s. Clothing. Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Cloaks, Shawls, Flannels, Jeans, Blankets, Notions, a 1 Carpets, , anti-.Maho- Uoths, Irunhs, $'c, Muttino, ted fact, which impossibility for ami any hind whateveg fl a a held in Stanford this star-eye- d al e, worth $5; men's all suits b(.o0, overcoats S1.25, worth men's brown and beaver worth $8; men's all Melton 8.o0, worth 12.o0; American indigo and .Uanchesters, - boys suits THE LOUISVILLE STORED bysMPltesiut8 $8.00, worth at 6 cents ver article in the store, as our m l-- f , ,-- worth all sails $1.50, worth cloJ-e- unu vrf w w a . m. .w . m soul tins "if im.nnih7 m w blue-gras- s e 1 j j yon call and our jrot alone and ." yon a nctet wan 7,.M"' iiitiuifiur of goods for chance on a 200 Organ, which a mas at THE L 0 UIS VI LE 'STORE. Stanford. .. F ni,n n..,,on .,. ,.. ,., a... ju m w w " during such dollars worth Manager. I 11 d "N-jicl- third-stor- y tail-bee- n - I Having purchased the interest former and ! i . I . Mr. Stag, will conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall pleased supply the wants all ICE! I patrons from Hi.-rt- - . ISO-fo- ,,,.,... ( j I flesh-pot- s. Paints, Paper, Jewelry and Silverware at prices, for Jeweler, ready I have a watch and jewelry repairs in the style. respectfully, Full Stock of Drugs ! bow-legge- d, W. B. MoBOBEETS. Dehi-(war- e, bald-head- ed NEW FURNITURE STORE! MA'OI HUFFMAN, . , -- filiii-Hin- l iT I i j I new-pai- r hi-i- m I 1 ..- -. 1 i p H i . -t . i i Navas-8,00- 0 . I man-of-war- . i 10,-00- 0. ' i II o Mo WEAHMNf 9 .. i Furniture and Undertakers' Goods! ! C-- still-watc- The Largest, Cheapest and Assorted Slock of Wall Paper, Border, CciliiiKDeeoratlous anil Window Shades $:',-7- 00 HTDESTHTJCTIBLB BUHI &L CASKET, ,mLQ M iPiFrmwvr turn-plk- o lili'l'i uifu'wilMiii1"" :.- - ' i'i liiV'i.'.ii i, ifcr.liVfi i mi i. u- - .iwijC- - y j. j . V - uttu aiitfy'Twl Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky., OCTOIIKU I i well toticu inc. 4 ' STANFORD, 4, 1880 l'b juat wlient tlrill will do KobcrtH. rect'ivt I. M. Hriice. ', , VKaru opening n,. I.o largest lot of TiiKm: were 115 immhi'iikcm oa Tlnine ,lny niornint!'H train for I'iiiuvllto nml fall ami winter Koods wo Imvu ever miiiiiil'tit u n biuj u vinii MliMloshoro. Any onk w!hIiIii( "''. ' The owner of Nelson, the winner of tliu S10.000 stnllion rnco nt Boston, and tliu owner of Alcryon, wlio got Bccond , , n mntpl mvo nrrnn rn,P( Ncl. 80n.H 0,vne rplU, ,, ,,,,2,5000 gainst $2,- 000. Stanford Female College J. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 31. IIUIIBARD, A. 91., Faculty of Trained Teachers Excellent lloardlnz Department. Thorougli Full Infritnation given on application. SC.CWAl.TON, 1JUB. MnnnRor' A. U. I ui'ii inn biock oi imiiiiicry ims urnvtu untl wi' cordially invito tliu lmlli'B to call nml cxiiinlnu it. CourtH A: MEANS BUSINESS. CoMKiunl Cox. "1 Wi: have the larucjt stock of ladles', nettle your account runny. gents' anil Misses shoes to bu found in Watchi and jewelry repaired and this market. Owsley St Crnig. warranted. A. It. Penny. Tin: L. Si N. will sell ticket to Youn account Is icady, pleane call and sottlc. Mcltohc rtH V Stngg at one fare for round-triTit K bent place to buy drugs, patent from the I'Jth to the 18th, good till Nov. medicinen and toilet articles is at A. K. 8th. Pciiuv'h. Iiuv your boIiooI bookH, Ink, tabletH. Coi'ntino colleges, seminaries, private paper, pencils and school supplies of all and public schools, there are over 100 in kinds (rotu A. It. lVnnv. this county now at which the young Idea PERSONAL POINTS can learn to shoot. p Tub Milledguvlllo neighborhood bents tho world for (wins. Besides tho three noted in our last issue, a wiiito man by tho namoof Adams and a negto named Sam Swopo huvo been made tho proud fathers of a coupiu of youngsters each. A gentleman who has kept a record in formed us that in less than two months eight pairs of twins saw daylight in a radius of 5 miles from Ids homo. 9 m The fall meeting of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' Association at promisee to bo tho Lexington, Oct. t interesting and successful over hold there. Tho stakes nnd purses amount 14-1- 1), .... 2, 1889. President. Instruction Ducipline Strict. im-s- to$:iO,000. See ad. Miss Doha Stii.u n went to Louisville Tuesday. Mil. T. H. Walton made n llllillt'r-- visit to Louisville tills week. Mihh Sub Hki.m is vistitiwr Mrs c. v. Kreiner in New Albany, Itid. Mn. J. F. McCo.viiinv, County Clerk of Wayne, was in this city yestenlay. McwXan ami Kitty Miss Tillio Hall at Wineliester. 1) it. ImosAi'ini coutiiiiies (iiite ill, bis fever showing quite a tendency to typhoid. Mit. WAvr.ui.vT. Hamilton, wife and Miss Gallic Dudderarare visiting in Bai-oiimaUrn-isvill- Tin: weather has been delightful since Monday, proving that Mr. Hays knowH what he is talking about, when discuss subject. ing that well-wor- n My jeweler, Mr. I J. Danks, has arrived and is ready to wait on any who wish anything done In his line. He is also an export engraver ami will do that kind of work at very reasonablo rates. W. II. DiuoiiT Fkiiiiill's distillery in Wayne having gone below tho mark as a special nssiguineut ami been placed in charge of 11 general storekeeper, ho wont to Richmond this week ami told Collector Bur-nathat he need not be in a hurry about giving him another job, us he was tired nnyway. Mr. Buruam was very accommodating ami said ho would give him an indelinito leave of absence. So Hrighty is in the soup, but y,ou can't always keep a working man down. Ho lias too line a jaw ami is too much of an orator for that. m Mcltoberts. t Mas. liirrru: Fkitii, of Hrodlieiid, Wen visiting lier brother, Mr. Thomas Ot'ii popular county clerk, U. II. Cooper, was served with a it6rmi duct ticum Ac, case, and it in the Feland-Whit- e, took about 11 1 horse wagon to carry to Danville all the books that contained a has record of the suit. e. I ' 4 I 4 . T i ' I Tin: new $."0,(KX) Hotel Glyndon, at ltichmoiid, Willis A: Adair proprietors, 8s went up to Middlchboroiigh Tuesday was opened with a big ball ami reception . lust week. No town in tins State has Miss.Maky McKinnky, of Stanford, is needed a good hotel worse than ltichthe guest of Miss Nancy Itaglaml. Win- moiid and it is to be hoped she has one now. chester Democrat. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. dren. Misks Lhcik ami Mamik IIkazlky A prairio fire driveu by tho wind at I.kii Hiiokkn. John Vsndeveer, a neH. T. Rush sold to It. Cobb .'! mulo have returned from a visit to Cleveland, the rate of 00 miles an hour waa a thrillgro boy who lives with Smith IJaugli-ma- colts for $200. ()., and iniisville. fell from a tree that lie had climbJ. 11. Jones bought in this county 8 ing scene presented to the wild and Mit. .isn Mas. Tnos. Mctcai.i have wooly westerners in North Dakota Weded to catch a scniirrei, and broke his leg mulo colts at $(0 to $75. given up hous'keepim: and aie boardnesday. about the middle of the thigh. Dr. Mccow A freight train killed another ing nt Mr. T.J. Foster's. bone nml says it is a very for J. V.. Farris, Tuesday. "'Tin love that makes the world go Mu. and Mas. W. II. Ilnioivsand son, ltoberts set the fall was some .'JO feet. Charles Rout sold to Nave of Boyle, round," a poet sings; yet ye suspect, that Ixiuisville Wednesday to bad break. The Harry, went to whisky, n most men have found, prosee the fall celebration. Ben Turner, of Gar 2 mare mulo coltJi at $100. Suiiiiiiniikiiuk. duces "just tho same ell'ect. Steve I'ennington left with ns I.ksmk Wilson, the I. Js'. catcher, is rard, went up to l'ineville Wednesday, two apples that weighed '.i lbs. in l)ii!svillo and will see a game of bull, in response to a telegram that his son, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I'oii Sale. Second hand wheat if there is any going on. Green Turner, had surrendered to the LiTTi.K Miss Oiia Si. is n'joicingover authorities. He is charged with the drill, cheap. J. S. Bledsoe, Stnnford. Joo Colloy bought in the Mt. Salem n nice little watch nud chain kIvcii her killing of Jack Turner. His father is vicinity 12 yearling mules at $i'0 to $100. A KHL'IT AND DAIRY FARM of 160 Acre bv her father on her 11th birthday. quite well oil' and able to bail him in a K.' P. Woods sold to C. T. Sandidge in Leavenworth county, Kanta,, within 35 miles Caris best dwellMu. oc Owens had another stroke of gtsxl amount. of KaniasCity. Mo. All lenceJ; n horso colt, by Hamlet Denmark, for ing barn and mnlehoue, 10 acres cf fine bearparalysis Wednesday and is in n critical ing apple orchard, j acre, of grape and other Fiunk Clkm, tho man who hud n $140. small fruit magnificently watered I'.v never failcondition at his homo In Huston villi. , - make springs. Country thickly his escape from the P. C. ."undidge sold to Moroland & ing schools and railroad nearsettled and church-eT. AiiaM", of llryantsville, an old chance toJ. Land adjoining did not ami who at his I.eo a cardoad of 4 J and no tatter held at S40 to $so per acre. 'I here is cattle at subscrilHT of (Ids paper, was in this city Harlan jail and a fortune in this for an industrious man. I'rice Jiopcr acre on easy terms. Address Wednesday on his way to Mt. Vernon. trial was given a life sentence in the cents. JOHN M. 1'MIUrS. Robert luud bought in Rockcastle Nkwm from Danville says that Col. penitentiary for murder, has taken an K00H1604 X. V Life lluildlng, Kansas City, Mo. placet! in county 22 bend of mountain heifers at 2 John CovMin, who hassullercd long from appeal, ponding, which he was J. P. BURTON, Clerk. R. WALTON. IMPORTANT CHANCE OF TIME. cancer, is as low as he can be to be the jail hero Tuesday night to await tho cents. Levi Hubble & Son sold to D. F. next term of the Harlan court. olive. on On and after Sept aS, 18S9. the time ol Iigan a pair of extra good mare mules theN N. & M. V , E. U. "Old Kentuckytrains Route" Mas. Daniel Staoo, Sil, of the West engine was being Ykstkiiiiay ns will be as follows: F.nd, suirered another partial stroke of token from Somewt to Ludlow for re- for $:tS5. Katt mall daily ex. Sun Iv, Lexington it 45 a.m. " Accomodation, " In a match race at Gravesend Greg530 p.m. paralysis Tuesday nud since 1ms been in pairs it jumped the track at Kubanks o 10 p. m. " VettiuuleU r.x., ory bent Hectare, running the fastest 3 Accom, arr. Lexington daily ex. Sun. S ion. ti. n very bad condition. and turned completely over. Engineer " " Vast mall. " u 43 p. m. Mu. Sam A. Hiiomiikiio, the popular Shannon sprained Ids ankle slightly, time on record 1:13. Vetlibuled Ex. arrives Lexington daily 4 47 p. Adam Breckinridge, of Turnoy, Mo , Trains leaving Lexington at 7 30 a, m, daily and traveling passemrer mrent of tho (. K. Fireman L. A. Farris was hurt a little on arriving at 10 at p m. daily have been withdrawn. J. L. MURPHY. J. 1). YAKMNOTON, route, was liere Tuesday and booked our the wiist and the conductor escaped en- 6old three cars of extra fine cattle averjH V. l. I. A aging 1,000 in Chicago nt 1.55. Washington. Knight Templars for KEHT' SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat, S. A. HKOMilKRG.Trav. Pass. Agt., tirely. It Uahuodt miraculous that none Lexington, Ky. White Swelling, Syphilitic diseaies ill all its stages, Necrosis, Ax. Price $1 per bottle. T. L. Carpenter sold to Tom Nave, Hkcacsk Judge Horelng came out of of them were killed. IIAVIS' I HON BITTERS Is the most pleasant to take ol all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia of Bovle, 7 ma re mulo colts, by his fine it gives a Veen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles the White House smiling the corresponand nervous system. Price $1 per bottle. Wiikck. The second Bection cf freight jack, Itoscoe Conkling, at $00. dent!, Infer that the president told him OATLIFF'S WORM SVRUP is made of the best worm killers and expellers known to the medStagg A B0I1011 have received their ical profession and therefore recommends itwlf. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price aC ran into the first scstion of something pleaant in regard to tho train No. Within a half mile of Lancaster, Kentucky, per bottle. OATLIFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, tho same train at Corbin Wednesday bunch of mules colts, OS in number, for pension nency. A Good Houso&260 Acres Ac. Acta as cathartic. Price as cents per bos. to $S0. Miw. Lizzu: HoLLi.MiHWOiiTii and Miss night, tho engine plowing through the which tliev pnid from $00 Manufactured and tcr sale to the trade by the Ofland, 40 Acres in clover The land can be Ren A. Spalding bought of R. Fnniiio Iliiirman were the guests of Mr. caboose and setting it on lire. Tho oils rented as a whole or in parcels, to go ill corn or WILLIAItlSKURG DRUG CO., of Washington county, 20 yearling small grain, subject to the preference of renter, Ky. A. (1. Iluirmaii, tho former en route to Ac. in the caboose made It burn so rapsssssssss for a ,enes of ears. prefer to mules at $85 each. Lebanon Standard. would Lancaster, rentDanville nenue,a first class KvuiiKvillc, Itid., and tho latter to Mr. idly that it was impossible to extinguish en In a in Prewitt .v. Golf, of Clark, took 110 boarding hoiiH', eight large rooms; houe busit, and in live minutes It was in ashes. John Kuglemnu's. few feel of the good state of repair, within iness portion of the Inn, Address Wm. t'KViniANCK had the honor of be- The wood work of the engine was nio Young Marys and Pliyllisses INTERIOR JOURNAL 66 for county clerk of Ma- burned which necessitated another one to Sacramento. Cal.. and sold them at ing Luckily nobody $105. fC- KU rion without opposition, which shows to bring it to Rowland. 1880. 1880. together The Bluegrass his father's capaci- was hurt. that he inherit both KENTUCKY'S CREAT with several horses and mules, were ty ami popularity. Mr. George Carter, who burned Wednesday at Lexington. Loss, Oi.ii ItKLic-hMaj. .WiiMik H. A. Kvans, Mrs. J. T watch $15,000. lives on IIuiiKliirt Pork, wears. Is Receiving His K. I'cirtiiiaii, Mrs. It. K WVuien and hi wore, diiilnn the r that ids James Wilson, of Casey, bought in sons, lien ami Harris, Mis. T. H. Itnney Revolutionary war anil which was the the West Knd a pair of aged mules for nud Mlsces Laura Ktlin mid Murv Davis some c::oomid two combined property of his for $1(50 yestenlay. Duddenir went to It is in perfect runniiiK nmj 100t 10 years before. M11. N. C. Ki.ti.no, Cashier of the Kiist Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give hiin a Trial order and tho worko are s.iid to bo much v M i,.Coriuack and Miss Mollio National Hank of Florence, Ala., is heie than tho.-- e made now adays. Ie j,i,.,k8 .laughter of M. D. Kubanks, 5?: 10,300 t" rft"l,' Hiul Purees. for tl.e purpose of securing suliscriptioiis liner iMsii. lit mites tho shortest, II hours quickest between shaves with a ra.or which lias been wor(J ,nMr-ltl t,e Milledjjeville church to an iucri.iso of the capital stock of his a!o r faaT in the Carter family since 17llnnd treas-- ( H. B. ASSOCIATION, KENTUCKY T. .(lnesday. bank ami is meeting with lino Hticces. very highly bottle tilled with ap-New OrA. p. X,udley bought of A. J. LEXINGTON, OCT 141019. Our pcoplo never fall to invent in that ures JHAl&iMA3ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssi pie jack found in tho knap sack of unyden IMI fat lios at ItJ eta.; 14 from kind of enterprise. Mr. Kiting comes IsMMls7iWB was killed in thoj Mrs , M jmoro ntKnme price nnd 75 Monday, October 14th, highl) recommended and has the man- uncle who fought and Knlire Trains Run Through Without Change. 1812. as nominations Ji.jjo Special Stakes, j yar-ol- , fmm ,,0,m Buchanan at $:t.S0. ner and address of a thorough gentle-ma- war 5.3 Asland Slakes, jesrling-- .It nominations ., t THROUGH CAR SERVICE. Chenault & Co. sold 1,200 Special Slates, 000 30 n limitations.. 1'AssKSOK.t train I'd ran over .. cow at . Purse 1,000 ' "W"' w" ai si. ai j.30 Class, trottin.' octooor loin, Train No. 1, Pullman Boudoir Huff, "' '"'z (turn Sulphur vestcrday mnrniim, throw- Tuosuuy, CITY AND VICINITY. et Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans Oen. Runyon s sale corn sold at $1.2o to Guaran.ced Stales, 14 nominaChattanooga to Shrcveport. J inu'the iMiK.nL, lutwaiw or ami two Climax, Train N, 5, Pullman lloudolr Buffet Sleepine tions ihorses to i.e namel Oct .Fuiisii Fmi Saturday. M. F. Klkin. passenger coaches oil tliu track, the en-- Sl.flrtln the Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati Lexington StaUe, if; n nuna- y to Jacksonville nnd Knoxville. Sleepers St. Louis Moroland A Lee bought 125 fat J,f30 jjino (,'idiiK over an einbankmeiit and lllions toNcw Orleans via M, A' O, Purse ipoo A ciioici: line of lamps just received at falling on Its side. Xo damago was ers and lambs from Wright Si Co., of Un- 1:14 Class, Troltlnc Wodnoaday, Octobor 10th, Jones Bros'. Sm!3iE and 22!) of Hood Worthington Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 188) done savo to tho engine, which amounts coin, at P.icinj; Jolinton barred) 10M lur.c lot of millinery just received at to very little, and a delay of some livo at II cts. Thoy Hold IX) ewes to Van Nkw Cla.s, 18 nominations.. 1,100 Stallion Stales, a:ij BEAD TXP. rUC-AJDOWN. tuiniination'... Keutucly Stales Kngineer Phil S'odon made a tcr at $11.50 per head. Advocate, Courts it Cox's. "TRAINS NORTH.'" Thursday, Octobor 17th, IKAI.Na miUl'U. k with his usual good ltutcher cat,tle aro very dull in No. 4i. No. J. No. 4. We can biivo you money on hanging narrow escape, but No. 6. ''l"" "i000 No. 1. No. 5. Class, Inittinj; No, 3. No. 7. STATIONS. Daily. Lim. Daily Fast ho enmo out unhurt. Another en cinnati nt 1 to '.; shipping aro in fairde-gin- e j:j7 Class Trotilns Purse 1,510 Dally. Daily. Dally. :,l lamps. Jones Bros'. Ex. Sun. Dally. Ex. Lim. Daily. to be anLim. I.im. Ks. Sun, Diily. was dispatched for and with Mr. So-- 1 maud at II? to 4; hogs aro quiet at ftj to Trotting (class and conditions Purne a 000 nounced later) .A'rv 6 40 a m 641 pm.10 J5 a in 330pm stock of den nt tho throttle tho train passed hero 4 03 pini sco pin 7 35am L've... .Cincinnati... 9 17 .. in Jonks B110H. are receiving o 30 a m isipn sheep and lambs aro slow and weak Match Yearling Mal.i VA P.unin colt vs. . .. ml ..Williaimtown., .I.'ve 5 13 a m "" 9 99 p m jooo 9 5J '" 7 oj pm 10 30 pm olt a Wlltuli " Georgetown.., 410am 714am 11 38 p in boots and shoes. at 8 o'clock making up for lost time. tho former at 21 to 5, tho latter nt 4 to 1039a ml 3 48 a m 4 15pm 7 coa m ijiopin LexitiEton.... a ro Octojor 10th. pm m Mcltoberts. Miits. Oi:o. I), and II. K. Wkaiikn prohiH-cting- Nonk of tho candidates for county ofnext August have oppo sition before tho primary to occur Oct. H)tli, but those for jailer and these lntter are getting tilings red hot. Wo heard a prohibitionist say when tho law whs adopted that the ollico of jailor would go begging after that, but it seems that ho was neither a prophet nor tho son of one. The candidates are Sam M. Owens, present encumbent and a good ollicer, who claims an endorsement, Otis I. Newland, a conscientious and faithful Stephen Lillard, aged 81, a proud man and George S. Carpenter, a clever nent and widely known citizen, died at nml popular gentleman. his home on tho edge of Mercer county, Tuesday, leaving a wife und nine chilfices U) bo filled d Hopkins county is just simply full of something to eat. There is not room in the cribs for the corn that is now growing in the fields. This means fat hogs, sleek horses, round cows and plenty of everything to eat. Hustler. Neither tho farm nor the McKinney residence advertised by Mr. K. T. Young was sold, as the limit was not oficred. Tho highest bid for the land was $11.50. It was announced that SH per acre would buy it, nnd that seems a reasonablo fig ure. Tho Farmers Review reports that tho pototo crop of 18SU will probably exceed in quantity that of any previous year in tho United States. The total crop is estimated at L:W,700,0 0 bushels' which exceeds last year's crop by, over 17,000,000 bushels. Tho mile of John S. Gill, deed, nt Lancaster Wednesday was largely attended and tho following prices were realized for live stock: Milk cows ?lo to fM; heifer calves $10.50; steer calves $14.25; yoke oxen 100; yearling cattle S15.'-."-); cattle $48.75; '') head 04 cattle SVS.'Jo to S:SD.75; pair work mules f:t0(5; '2 yearling fillies $100 each; brood mares $17 to $210; U heifers $24.50. T. R. WALTON -- 4- - Dealer In- - Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c, MAIN S0MEEET STREETS, n, STANFORD, KY. ves-terd- Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. For Sale at a Sacrifice. Fruit Jars, Tin and Stoneware of the liinds. 1,750-poun- d Prices Always Reasonable. T. 6;-t- 1111 111. The Great Remedies! f 1 FOR RENT. Par-rot- t, s s Williamsburg, ss short-horn- H s Ho (Do MUFILIIUY9 -- Stock-yard- s, . 11 Brand-fathe- T OT MERCHANTTAILOft FALL AND peat-nrundfath- TWEETTT BACBS. WINTER GOODS. I l 11 1 imMdJjj a wayi.wp'rgfrrtn;; iFmgmw&m is. Cincinnati and leans. n. d 1 """ South-Houn- Cl.i-- 1 lleld.-Rich- mond 1 S" - wcth-nall- S P. Frce-For.A- Me-hou- N 751- j Cin-luc- I 4,-1- .. Notici: the beautiful sacking in the window of Owsley d (5). & Grnip. caso of Poland vs. Tiik much-trieWhito and others was not civon to tho jury at Dajiville till 11 o'clock yesterday. Km'IJImion. .1. Ihirdott and II. L. colored, will run an excursion to for the round tiip from Cincinnati at Sunday, Oct. Ill; other staIto'vland, on tions in proportion. . . Si.vi.isii sists made to older by John II. Crais k Son, with Wuiianmker & lirown, Philadelphia, and Hiownlm;, iJ22.o0, Kinis & Co , New York, at ?-'-0, ovorcoats at $15 to (10. $125 to $75 and a Satisfaction guaranteed or.no salo. n, ... ii v. 11. Kiddshipped 180 cattle weigh-tv- . To tiik Tax I'aykiis of Lincoln- Cou.v j Hub- - jn, 157,- -, pounds, which wero bought I or ono my deputies will bo in ton villo, Saturday, September 28th nnd soino time sinco for $1.20 to $1.25.' V. Saturday October 2(11 h; Milledgovillo, 0. llrock Rhippod to Haltimoro n double-SaturdOctober 5th; Moroland Priday, ' m,c. of hogs, weight 175 to 235 October 18th; McKinney Priday, October j pounds, which ho purchased nt 4 cents. 11th; Pry's Storo Saturday, October 12th; Winchester Democrat. Wayncsburg Saturday, September 2Mb Tho salo of W. II. llraxdalo, deeeas- I r. A...nl Intl.. 1 Tti.ltl.i.t.l ' niHI Cllllinill, uciouor mui, isisiiiiiiiitt ed, Dr. II. lirown, administrator, waa October 12th; Stnnfonl, Crnb Orchard fairly attended and tho fow things that and KIiirsvIHo every Saturday In Sep- were sold brought satisfactory prices, tember and October. Tho now revenue llrood mares sold at $70 to $120; work law adds 0 cents to every dollar of tax horso S105; a;cd mules $87 to $102; not paid by tho lire, day of November mulo colts $0(1; milk cows $15 to $11(1; and I mn compollod by law to collect It, heifere $12; corn In crib $1.05; corn in bo everybody will pleaso pay their taxes field $1.05; hay, per ordinary sized stack, before that time. T. D. Newland. $11. ay car-load 1 jit Class. PacinK 3:40 Class, Ttnttine lllue Grass St.tlss-- t. Friday. Purse 1,000 4 jear-old- s '" l" 1133pm 7 35 p to 33 1035 Saturday, October 10th, J5 a:w Class, Trottniif Stallion SUkes, T30 Class, 30 nommulions... I.7JO 6so 0I1K Kuiuntv Stakes, r.ntne I lnrs close Saturday. ept. a8. Low Excursion K.iteu on all railroads. Ladies tuv on Pur.o i.Jyo 1131 pm 8 45 I'" a 30 p m 8 59 P m a 13 3 5 a 16 ai30 a in 11 Arr.. 17am Lve. 13 Lve. .Lou. b. R. R. . Arr. ..Lse. Ilurtfin ... I5P" 650pm 1 :- -.. 3 co p III 9 10 pm ..j ,... 111 1145am 00 pm 1 10 00 pin firp.paJOHslON. ij President. KD. A. TIPTON. Six:'y, LexiiiRlon, Ky. .V.'.'.r."; ;;"" ! aoo m Ar'v.Chattanooca, L've am 7 00 p m L've...Chatcnooi;a, -- Ar'v Allalla, M. r a,i n mlAr'v 01 Ilirniingham .1 45 P m In 43 pm L've... iuscaifw............ pm I. 30a m 60S L ve Meridian Ar'v 1 1 35 P in m Ar'v...New Orleans. ..L've 6 30 .1 in Mendian Ar , v m n m 1 v.v 8 35 1 as a a m .llurKii.. Daimlle.... Junction City. SiTmerset..., Oaldale... ,..Arr 910am pm 53 a mi 310pm 5 50 3Sa m 3 so n ml 3 53 p m 1 05 a mi 1 35 p m 9 35 P i",il 35a 111 7 53 a m 7 35 am 4 47 "m 3 00 pm. 300 pm 1 01 urn 3 3 Jjoam 5,01m am 10 50 p m 1031 p m oiapm - 010 pm 830 a m 4 35 a " 4061m Rails, Stiinjles Ten Thousand and Shoes For Sale, . it at in L've.. 4 35pm L've 8 111 Niirth-Houn- i.nm noon j oioum ' a ..- 1'I.tt Kails acd 10,000 ropi Train No, Men's, Women s Misses' aii.i Shrcveport to Uhattanoosa have on hand i.i. n..(fr sUnln? Cars New Orleans tc to Cincinnati.nnd SUvpersJack-hCnoxvil- le I run Children's Shoes, mado liy Alter, Kiirwoorl . io o, riiiinwnis""""" Cincinati I rain 7 and Mundclle, which I will sell at the viry liw t No.8. """ - ,.. to Cincinnati. I have botiKht ihem and ihcy must lie prices on vine to (.incinnau.s.WOOLLEY. Trav Pass. Act.. Lexinsion. Kv. sold. My stock U complete and those who w ml D O. EDWARDS. Oen'l Piss, mid Tkt. A.i AULT, General Manager, them by callinir. 1 mean bus bargains can ill Cincinnati Ohio. Turnonvtlle: W. C. IJA1M-.V- , ess. 1 cop mi., .1003 ami., .' 600a in ., Ar'v.Shreveporl.. .nop Pullman lloudolr lluflet Slctpinj; Cars, New Orleans to Cincinnati ... lse t:-- i 4 15 a in . 10 3 35 cop in -- ., ., ,llUUI, .l...... .m. ....... I.... Monroe.... lack-so- nryi..,. 9 . 6 lop m 4 4pni p m'. 4 1 cl v ' ',"T"", T rV'Rr'slerrrrn Mt -,- "' . , S? .J , JrnVi. ' ' - r" CSPisssJs ' 'fltyp W 'f'yr Is a govd healthy, pearly skin Few are aware A Good Cough Syrup. of the short tune It tokes for a disordered liver to there is nothing parents should be so careful cause blotches on the face, und a dark groasy skin. One bottle of II KOCS' 1II.OOD PURIFIER and about as selecting n tough syrup, lleggs" Cherry 1)1,01)1) MAKUR will restore this organ 10 Its Couuh Svrup cutis no more than the cheap nnd in natural and healthy stale, and cleanse the blood ferior rostrums thrown on tho market. The best t Good House and Lot at Maywood, Suitable for of all impurities, It is meeting with wonderful iioneloogood.be sureatid get I1EOGS' CHHKIIY on 101. liooa icnooi-nou- se Wekeeplton hand at all SYRUP doctor or tcachei succe.s We ifuarartc every bottle. A H D h.STF.PlIF.NSON, Apply to tunc A. U. Teuny, Druggist. ny Drugisst. Mnywood, Ky ., I tf of Marlon Movie, Lincoln, Osrrard and Waihing- It wasnt Spirit Lake, at tho very limit ton will And all the news relating to matters of in terest to them In the 4 of tlio pier. Tliey were nil alone. There tho day comes from Missouri. A short the leadlnK paper of A 1 J VUUA11!. no moon, but the stars were liig and time since a store at IVry, in that State, Central Kentucky, Issued 1 uviday and Friday ol Published Every Tuesday and Prlday va9 that was robbed of about $500 worth of goods. I keep on hand a Np. t quilitv of Jcllico. Lily each week, Jipcr yesr Send 30 cents and try ft bright ami bo full of for three months Address II, G. llovte, Dullness AT orders Coal in my yard Leave 15 they looked at themsolves in tho water No trace could bo found of tho robbers, and Nut S, S Myers' storu aud they your be attend-at Manager, Danville, Ky will Yard or J II IIIOGINS. S3 XMER, YKAU.IN iVDVANOK and" winked. Far out 11 boat slid noise, but suspicion fell on Henry King, ono of ed to promptly. S. O. DAVIS, Starford, Ky, j lossly alonjr. In n nearer bo.it a fair the most popular young men of tho sWWhen not to paid $2.50 will be charged.' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tenor voice cniekssly half hummed, half town. Neither the public nor the vicsana common lovu fonjr. From tho tims could believe tho rumor connecting ' MT.VKRNON.KV. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. HUSTONVILLE KY. Orleans Hotel came now and then iho King with the robbery, and thero was My Now Houso on Main Office nest door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning .... ...... nt fliri .Irlniti nf tlm nri'lll'Rl ril "t no arrest. Two weeks later King gave Arc still In the hmine.s and rendy to da any. of children Stanford. Ky For terms apply to Mr. W. II. Specialattention stven to tMns In the I'ndertnkliii; line. We have a full at 4 150 p. m. mandolins. On such a night as this did tho town another surprise by marrying Illgcins, Stanford. or to me ut limine, Ky stock of Cases und Caskets ol li lil..i. and f. of every de.cnption Our lietrx. which is nearly a J I.nri'lK N HOLMKS. woman, who was old Dido stand upou the wild sea bank and new can be obtained n short nonce L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mr J If. again toCurtiiiiKi'. enough to be his mother. He wound up Ureen has ch. rye il ur business nnd will show wave her love to como HARRY A. EVANs, i 3' P,n our goods to an one needing .inv thing, in our T Mail train going North 'T ) "La"' "Lj j! line 3pm On such a night as tins did Jessica but his honeymoon by taking poison anil left South " 64.tr ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, "57Pm a truce to the bard! It was tho sort of a note explaining the cause which Express train " South , " " North STANFORD" ROLLER MILLS. 37m night on which n man could mako lovo prompted him to take his life. Ho said STANFORD, KV .6 30 am Loral Freight North John Weber and Hent) Clan, hue opened a 5 55P " South, andthosejtwo, Edonard that it was true that lie was guilty of tin Wholesale liter lloit.iug uusluonit I unction City All to hisownwife! life a The latter trains also carry passengers. and Surveying in plea.edpersons wishing use pleasant Flour and well and are prepared to furniih the public In boxes ol Enginoorincf wife let them made at I'atent The above It calculated on standard time. Solar and Alicia, had not yet bespoken their burglary and that his guilt was discover- a doten bottles, at very reasonable rates. Send Stanford Koller Mills Call for It at ynur groall uranciios. time it about so minutes fatter cery, ami if they lute not got it on bind, urge ed jmmediately by the woman who be- jour orders to them direct at Junction City tender vows. 1 them to keen it or ret an order from them and get It at the Mill nnd I will guarantee a pleasant "Do you know anything about tho came his wife. The day after tho bur1825. andintcrotlng linuly ! stars?" inquired Kdouard, in a voice glary she summoned him to her house, o W V I'Ol'TS. Superintendent. like the murmur of the wind in summer and after showing him conclusive proofs The copartnership of McKoberts Stage is by of his guilt informed him that ho could mutual content dissolved, Mr. Slap; rHlrinc, anil CKI2SS & trees. tho bunncs Mill hereafter be conducted by II On Duellings, llomelioM Furniture, Stores, Merlittle," answered Alicia, tenderly. take his choice between mariying her "A chandise, .V , apply to the old Of the various Baking Powders illus'I he bo Jointly collected and the ESTATE AGENTS "I know some of tho constellations the and going to tho penitentiary. King books accounts will old stand, and those Indebted ill be at the trated from actual tests. " said that he pleaded that he was too to us can settle any day. We desire to esprets Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. Great Hear the Mt. Vornon, Ky. our sincere thanks to our customers for their kind I.Uhlnlng cl.ui.es attiihed and dsm4cs paid ROYAL (Purc)sssss)sssssssssissssss)ssssasssssssssssssasB "Yes," interrupted Kdouard. "I know young and that she was too old, but tho patronage. ours truly. whether fire ensues or imt. McROIIKRTS & STAtiO 53 all about tho big bear and I can find the lady would stand no excuses. Sho adCiKO II IIKl'CK, Airent. Coal and limber Linda and Farms for sale. Cor 17 GRANT'S (Alum) . . . .ktlsVI rc.pniidemes 'tinted, si North Star; but right over thero in a mitted that sho was a tritlo antique, but RUMFORD'S (fresh).. JB1 E. group. Do you know the name of that'."' said sho would make him a better wife ecd and Sale ivcry, Stablt HARFORD'S (when fresh) Attorney at Law, And Edouard threw his arm across Ali- than some giddy young thing. King CHARM (Alum Powder)..! cia's phoulder and pointed to a cluster of weakened anil was married. Tho hon Stanford, Kontuoky. eymoon lasted just a week. Ho was savshining worlds in tho east. I DAVIS' and 0. K. (Alum)l In all the courts of this and adjoin- Will practice Alicia leaned toward him. "I don't ed from a suicide's grave and on recoverFourth Acnue, counties ana in tne courts 01 a muni jij IS CLEVELAND'S Office over McKoberts & Sugg's drug store. know what that is," she breathed as one ing said lie preferred tho penitentiary. - PIOHEER(San Francisco).., "No more bride for me," lie said to his who did not care. ! CZAR "And there is another constellation friends. just over our heads!" Edouard passed DR. PRICE'S of tho happy au LIBERTY, KV., This is the hey-da- y W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. MT, VERNON. KY. Ids nnn around her neck, and placing tumn time. It is the season of the frostSNOW FLAKE (GrofTs) LONDON, KV, Dr. R. C- - NEEL, his hand under her chin so tilted it that ed pumpkin and the toothsome pippin; OojJ turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire Itoteljis still maintain This old and CONGRESS see. And it is the time when tho voluptuous part- Hain refitted and refurnished the abote l!oue, ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe- on reasonable terms London Is the moil convenit would bo easy for her to I intend to run it in s ient point on the railroad to reach placet In ths style and aik a cial attention to the traveling public HECRER'S then to Alicia's eyes the heavensbecame ridge whistles sweetly to his mate upon shire of the public patronage of Ihe Mate in Ihe mountain to At. ! NF.WCOMI1, Prop., GULLET'S one grand carnival of constellations. the hillside and tempts the merry huntsMt Vernon, Ky, l Shooting stars chased each other athwart man to the stubble; it is the harvest seaHANFORD'S (None Such), when not fresh. tho firmament, comets played riotous son of the oleaginous and unctions oysPEARL (Andrews & Co.) M. D., H. On account of bad health, I offer for sale my games among the planets, and finally ter and the time of the adoles- Farm near McKtnney, Ky The RUMFORD'S (Phosphate), when not fresh. . JBkTM E. H. BURNSIDE, Propriotor STANFORD, KY. there came a soft and radiant blur which cent and juicy grouse; it is the day of the Reports of Government Chemists. 132 hid them nil. white-meatepheasant and tho haughty Oftce ou Lancaiter Street, oppntite Court-llou" The Royal Baking Powder is composed of Edouard had kissed Alicia. Omaha woodcock; now tho fatted squirrel feetl-et- h Also 70 acres timber land. For particulars ad. Having removed to this place from Liberty, to No Hotel In Keniiuly has a hMter reputation, 11 l KsrKS, dress pure and wholesome Ingredients. It does not Republican. practice Ills profession, calls the attention nt the and Its pr prieior is determined that McKtnney, Lincoln Co., Ky. upon tho rip'ning hickory-nu- t and 61 pub He to the fact that he "ill be ready at all hours shall be maintained contain either alum or phosphates, or other in1st or nlirht Io answer calls In town or country. A Fall Idyl. tho youthful rabbit bobheth his white G. Love, Ph.D." jurious substances.-EDWAR- D were spent in Stanford and Thirty years ofhis lite ! "Good-bye- , he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as darling." tail through the labyrinthine briar paths; He ha. recently added Io Its appointmrnti "The Royal Baking Powder Is undoubtedly (physician and surgeon A share uf the patron "Good-bye- , my angel. I w ill write to the horn of tho 111111K.1 is heard on ' age ol the people ol BUntord ana vicinity is asKso the purest and most reliable baking powder vtrIviV "v-- a-- ? . by mm. 0511 hill, ami hooij tho linzy breeze of Iiulian m you offered to the public. M,o " Henry A. Mott. M. D., Ph. D." was only n summer will fan the withering leaf from Very To a casual observer it R. B. "The Royal Baking Powder is purest in qual- parting between n young man and a iiie irosieu uougiis 01 uieyuiunMiiKireefl; obtained at a bars-aAddress or call on First-Clas- s A Livory W II. ANDF.UM)N. Harper, Kansas, ity and highest in strength of any baking powlinth a tempting summer girl. But to the principal actor now the champit-n- c SUCCLSSOR TO Or P. M McKOIIKKl, Stanford, Ky. To accommods e the demands of his Increased I have knowledge. der of which Uctt Turnouts furnished transient patrnrace. in this iiirecting scene, the parting was sparkle a nf no other season, ami the " Wm. McMcrtrie, Ph. D." THE HATTER, Commercial Iratelers and others M'MIOHAEL, real woe, and yet with real blood of man kimlletli with the tire of I AH Alum baking powders, no matter how fraught with It is the time of high their strength, are to be avoided as dan- happiness, curiously intermingled, even unchallenged freedom. 511 4TH AVENUE, on l,h to of 170 Acres, gerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas as the bitter and sweet are commixed in all times when libertv is sweetest, w lien ' the Hyatisvillcatid kirkswlle pile, 4 situated miles trom . . . too freely, or under climatic changes suffer deLOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. lioine ties are dearest ana treeuoni tlie uncmiiT itis well watered, has upon it a cum- terioration. the seductive cocktail. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ' fortable dwelling house, stable, orclusrd in f.ct, .;.. ) ,,,he The Nobbiest & Most Stylish For ho had plighted his troth never to the most preClOUS Louisville Truth. eccar conveniences. I have at.o fou; otner tracts I wnuia sen recall it. THOMAS Stock of 38 J 11ANS11EIIKV WKST, Hyatissille At the funeral of a Chinaman in Phil THE LARGEST AND FINEST He had also plighted his overcoat for adelphia some queer ceremonies were Is a Candidate for lite Democratic nominal on for County Judge. subject ti the primary. Oct. 19. trip to thesea-Hhof- e sutlicient cash to take this HOTEL IN THE CITY. observed. The deceased was clothed in which had been so full of fate. And X-- alV L JsX. VJ garments of the lightest texture, so that This notice f.ircwarns hunters, fishermen and! G. II. there was tho difference between his be uilKht not suffer from the befit in his fflC Kr brought ,0 the cttv c i.o,...ii. now op RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD- j Is a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for troth and his cout. He meant to recall County Clerk, subject to the action of the primary new abode. He wore a Straw bat and esteitent of the law binned including the world renowned ...-.- ... day. election, Oct. io. ' the coat some HOPPER, . intiioHuuria. in his hand be held a fan. The corpse Tv. MeKOIlKItTS.IK. OKI) D Al' I X KNI1X M.S. MAN.- ....w.. X. .IIIHN H. SI FTSIlil Ai ITU'S. H A II .., , , . .. . .. r. ;... ..w..ww..v w v......w )iir .MCA.isir.K, ' I.K llRUCK C II II i Itf'.IIMlV MISS In a lonely room a young man sat gaz- 01 a tminam.ui ! is always proviiieu!.. wit.ii II CIIAVKIi Andaliomy own importation of KnKbsh HaUJTURKISH A RUSSIAN MATHS IN HOTKL. . "" .. a 10 motiov 10 p.iv 11s exfieiiHi-MRS. HKNRY IiAUCHMAN'. A M FKI.AS'l) ' and Caps An elegant line) ol Canes and loon's) ing at a letter with set teeth. Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public W HOI.MKS, JOHN v'1. Kin Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand I" C. I'AKItlSII, ivmlv The young man had tho set teeth, not known country. One of the mourners 1). Hoii'-'- s V. HOl.MKs. a n M. I.. RICHARDS, teeth 11 j ' PHILUKRT RICHARDl the letter. That is to say, the young dronn?d between SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS", 01 others . a came about B. man had tho letter, and he also had the piece I (.loves and other Furs, a specialty t uiutii nut III J fl f f J Is a Candidate for County Attorney, subject to set teeth. I hope I make myself clear. lorwitrtl WKII llll'iriU.irier CilllinilllllUIII, erSflWltji 'IJ'of V ".""d. P"f' the action of the Democratic party. could not gut all of them fliO 1C Sll5 0! klU 2HQ The And this is what he read: . yi teed Don't tail loord'r a t - "Dear Friend, if you only new how in the dead Chinaman s mouth aud half. Ksecutors of R v Oi ens, .lA. it u ! As sell A. EVANS at publi. auction to the highest bidder ou lonely lam without you here alone and of the silver pieces wero placed in his Is a Candidate for Surveyor of Lincoln county, there is something I must tell you I pocket. Tho ceremonies finished, Oct. 10th, 1889 subject to the Democratic Primary Election, to be f it held October 19, 1SS9. could not get tip the nerve to say It oiliu was dosed and over the top lilm.lr . At his late residence in Lincoln county. Ky , nf red, u'liiit.-im- l ,. t f S.ell)V Cit "JUjUJC GltVHrf ItOUTJO." i fu.,w e while looking into your pretty eyes I am t.ere pi.u.eil strips tracts of Land McCLARY not the dauter of a ritch niurchent as I buutini;, the colors of the Sinj: Ye Hun r 130Acroa Vowti as the MiRoberts and Shel- - tuc ,. . AUfj flJICKeST RGUTE society (Chinese rreo .Masons), of which 'by land, .itu.ue.1 on the Stanford and Knob i.ulI mt DMUHlcai Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public told you once before I learned to cair for turnpike, Kat..f A. K Den..)-.- . dead m.in had been a Schools, subject to the Democratic Primary ElecOMrprrrsir'vr nPniTiD a t. you For i am only a poor water gurl in tho tion to be held in October A tract ol l AcroB, beinr a psrt of the Her- - ' i "iiui a reHront Hut i no that while you maye u to Hopf--s iuaii rr llelm nice, .ilualixl un l"o ell lain. It ll .Maim: of Wo.mk.v'b IIaik. ..:. pike bo Angry A little at my deseat Still you Speaking before a meeting of the Meth- - a rigiuoi way to Stanford and A ST, WEST A NB P. , A will not doseit mo and I love you just n.lta. !.. Ittlw... I.r... 1,- .- .nt.l nt .. land,tract of 1O0 Acres of well timbered knob n .. .. Trr . situated un hitc Oak Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub' ever tho same ject to tho action of the Democracy. new heathen temple in the northern pai t . Minnie ,1 First two tracts an in a Inch state ot cultiva FAST LINE UETWEEN Of Japan. It UilS of enoiHIOIIS SUe and t,on, well fenced and unimproved. To Mr Gorge Wigstalf. SAJI for the temple from their the timbers r"ra,,na',oL5?t;nrv7lra1v'F.NS.F.aor. LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI.' Ill George WigstalT, drunk and disorderly, mountain homes weie hauled up to the as Jailer of Lincoln Is a Candidate for - tune and place, as aurvninparllier ,, At the MmiSCHKDULK. IN KrTr.CT MAY u, 1M0 county, subluct to the action of the Democratic $11.1)5. put ;in rojics made of tlie firm of R w. c.ivens ,v son, I will .Vn pub party. No V. No. 4. No 6 - llc,y a" ,f ,!1C Persoiuliy owned by said firm, con. from tho hair of the t Olliun of the pro F.x .Sun. An Embarrassing Predicament. sisting principally ol j work Muls, 40 yvarliuir Kx Sun. Daily r old All edict Ueilt mu os. 3 nre youn s.i Idle Horses, llU'O. G. S. A dashing blonde, ono of the most fauive, race 3 to a m 8 m p in j"j5 fm. tlw. In.,,, l.nir .sf ll,.. ,,v ,,,.. nf llw. m,.. ' Mare by w aruance, ...... ... ... ... J...,. '?rness mare tiiitabi,. r lor .1 iviv tuFilly by iDuke I.ve Cincinnati 1 l( i m vored of tho society young ladies, is ... .u..,, i Lincoln county, mi 8 Is a Candidate for Jailer of ot Mpntro.e, 3 ye.1r.0id I illy by and a I.ve Covington.. aw a m o 09 pi in 4 08 p m m ject to the action of the Democratic party. 17 4 just now in an embarrassing predica- ince and two Ion;,' ropes were made from nice Mares; 6 yearlini; Cattle, 4 ycarlinc i.ve raimuuiii.-.- .. 11 41 a m, 10 in t p m 5 40 p m ",,'" Hi eircillll- - Helfen, S grade Cows and Calves, 6 fancy bred Arr '" " p iiijii no p m oo p m ment, indeed, and a very slight indiscre- these treSSeS Olier,.,. if..,,. ft ' Shorthorn Cows, all registered; aS Ho? and j Arr I.eslngtorL u no m llinl ,1.., Other ' 11 30 u m N. the Croos. consisting ofoo acres of Corn , LvePars tion is likely to bo followed by dreadful feienCOIllltl 100 6 x) v in p Hay. both inches around ami iJ. ti feet a complete timothy and cloer. and Oats in stack-- Arr Winchester.. i 05 p ni t 7 30 p m tn This fair one, just for the 10 tO 11... Is a Candidate fur Sheriff, subject to the action of consequences. Farming Implements, consisting Arr llicnmonu.... 30 set . la. .Tits. at . ri I r era fn.. o p mi .) of as the Lincoln County Democracy. 4 AMFKWtU. oi .iiccoriiucif mnuer nnu l .Mower, i 3 nirse ,rr Lancaster, uuiiiiiiu. advertisefun of the tiling answered an a o a 4 y P m mmtBmummfk WaBotis and harness. .Corn ..Planter, llav Rake. Arr Stanford v w .' (..lucr .Mill, narrow!, ,c , naroucne anu i nuck a i n I. ,... ment for a "lady correspondent" in a I.ve Richmond 45 l " duckicii a rtriuuu ouive. i.nir,i l . C.1VKNS. W p Arr llerca j 00 p III indis-cretl- y Cincinnati newspaper and very T D English, Auctioneer rV a The best aalve in the world for cuts, bruises, 57tJ in 5 30 Arr Lexington. Isa Candidate for A.s.jsor ot Lincoln County, nigned her name and gave her sores u ccrs, salt rheum, fever 'orcs,tctter,chap. subject to the action or the Deiuocracj . No. 3. No. 1. correct address. She received an impas- ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup- o.5. tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay requir sioned letter nppaiently from a very cd It is guaranteed to Klv perfect satisfaction, & M. fD m l.vr I.tvingslon... S 00 a in 10 3J a in i.ve iierca. susceptible young imiunnd several letters or money rxlunded Price 35 cents per box. a J" 11 4S Arr Richmond r Isa Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appealf, (,- . 11 I Cllliy, ovamuiu, how-ovrorttaicu t. l. ti.u.. c,..e. .l r) c F i subject to the action of the Democratic party. passed between them. Tho fellow, nTTTOTTTT T Tl a TT. UT A fSTTTTTT T Tl t St4Ht4SSJS.Is..MHl7.S .t I'T 2t ' 7 00 a in --5Si Election August, i8p. 7 40 am pro veil to bo a blackmailer and has Unanimous. j j ArK.chinon.i.... The Verdict 9 45?n demanded around sum from tho girl as V D Suit, drugjist, llippus, Ind , testifies: KAILKUAU. : 6 10 am I.ve Richmond. .. 3 40 p R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., hush money. If sho refuses hit threat- can recommend F.lectric Hitters as the very best Arr Winchester .. 3 JO P " 7 15 a in 'Ihe (irest- A., II. ,t. & a in 4 10 p in 7 4 ens' to put tho whota correspondence in remedy hvery bottle sold has given rebel in evI.ve Lexiugton 1 45 P m 7 00 am 3 45 p in DENTIST. ery case One man took sis bottles and uas cured - IIKOADWAY, 4 35 p mi 8 53 a in 4 35 p m tho hands of the young lady's father. of Rheumatism of LINE. I.ve Paris c 30 p mj 913 a m 3 07 p m Abraham 10 ) ears' standing.'' I.ve Falmouth.. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, given for painless Tho young lady having spent her pin Hare, druggist, llclhjtille, Ohio, affirms. "'1 behest o 35 p in 10 35 a ml 7 ao p m Arr Covington, upstairs, Nitrous Oxide t.ai 6 4$ p inlio 45 a m 7 35P m Arr Cincinnati extracting. money allowance for the summer does selling medicine I h.nc ever handled in my 30 STANFORD, KKNTUCKV. On thcMavsville Ilranch, No 9. leaves Paris at not happen to have the wherewith to ) cars' experience is Klectnc Hitters " Thousands 8 00, a m and No. 11, at 543, p in, arriving at their testimony, so the With Maysville at in 15, a in, aud 8 10, pin. No. 10 settle the matter, and hlio has called of otbarsis have added that Dcctnc Hitters thatcura du uerdict unaniinims W. B. leavcs.Maysvillo.it 5,13 a in, arriving nt Pans at several of her chums into her confidence nil difeascs of the Liver, Kidneys or lllood. Only m. No. 13 leaves .Maysville at 10 and 740, a 11rr1ves.1t Paris it 4 05, p in. These trains ale and they aro trying to raise enough half doliar .1 bottle atA.lt Penny's drui; store DENTIST. daily except Sunday. among them to keep tho mutter Louisville Is Consumption Incurable ? No. 43 leacs Lexington to 05 am; arrives Paris Office South side M.tin street, in office recently money 10 4; am; except Sundjj k Mwuijjin r. vacated by Dr. L. V Huffman, Stanford, Ky rjuiut. The p.ite r f.tmilias is a stern man Read the fullowlng: Mr C II Morris, New. To Nashville, No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 15 pm; arrives Kalmnutli w and could never pardon such a misstep ark, Aik., s.i)s: "Was down with Abscess of 730 pm; except Sunday. -tt. .. -t.Memphis, No. 7 loaves i'nlmoulli 600 im; arrives Cincin on his daughter's part, and the girl is in Ihe Lungs, and friends and physicians pronouncnati 75s mn; except Sunday ed me me nn incurable consumptitu. Ilegan tak. Atlanta, IE!- fio. 33 leaves Cincinnati 8 30 am; arrives Fal- -j mortal terror lest her correspondent car ing Dr King's New Disco.-urfor Cunsumptlon, mouth 10 30 a m; Sunday only Montgomery, CKAH ORCHARD, KY No. 33 leaves Falmoulli 4 15 p in; arrives Cinry out his threat. bmisvillo I'ost. .1111 now 011 my third bottle mid able to m er.ee the 15 pm; Sunday only, Little Rock, cinnati 6Notes: No 3 runs daily between Lexing work 011 my farm It U the finest medicine ever Dealer In- -Dry 'I rain Hi The I,. & X. has 1U.055 cars of all made." J ese Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says: tnn;uul Cincinnati, No ) runs daily between Mobile and New Orleans. I Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps kinds and 41.5 engines and it costs Lexington Cincinnati and "Had it not been for Dr King's New Discovery ","" VvTiSSv m Not. 3 and 6 make for Consumption I would have died of Lung Newport News & Miss. Valley Co. lorpotutson thcN N connections at Winchester Clothing, Hardware, Queens M V ily to maintain them year. Boots, Shoes, Troubles. Was given up by doctors Am now and a ware, Tinware, No 4 makes this connection at Lexington in the nest ot nealtn ' dainplu Dottles trie a Trains of this line now arrive IMPORTANT Only one change to points in A. R Penny's drug store. Vvhnt A Fortuno Groceries, General Lino at and depart from the Central Union Pastrngc Semi-Weekly 38-- Interior Journal Love In Nebraska. IliYl"!) QATT7 KiUy one Acres of 1 Ull Oi 1JU. Land for sale Call The most curious matrimonial story of address A. K. Dcnny.Shelby City, Ky. A Curious Love Story. I I I No. on or I1 1 I T)TVfl?DC! rn AlXlHjLillO, A Stockmen ol the counties Traders, Horsemen and Attention, Conl Hunters self-conce- it liriSsCstsssSdSsWsssnl CTFOB, SALEL3 J. T. SUTTON" A CO., Kt. St., Me 177-t- well-know- ' JtZ Js TT S7C i 66-5- DISSOLUTION LEAYENING POWER Established FOB, HTSXTHA1TCE V MARET, REAL WALLACE ----- VARNON, WOOD WALLACE, SI s Men's Outfitter & 1TAFIEE, SOUSE jS-i- m Kentucky. Louisville, NEWCOMB HOTEL. well-kno- Propriotor. first-clas- Farm for Sale. Sj-t- red-lett- 0. M'ROBERTS, THE MYERS HOUSE d rami Contains Acres. te "" FOB, SALE """ Ifni.u.. " ail SlXSinaLZu Fool and Milliard Parlors GEOGEGHAN, Stablo FARM FOB SAUS "' my.--'?r- 1TIK GALT HOUSE, W.VARNON COOPER KATE BOGLE 1 lV:i& i:. posted. jior a rjn siJ ..., s JOSEPH PAXTOX .',.. mulr-rtiiki- e 1 A A pa HARRY W. F. i ..,,. ' ( I l""??' the'. Thursday, ' .iKenWyCentralR.R. v to O-- OTIS NEWLAND i ..;.. ' t..i UQrff 9y.&&i';&iii,' -- II. OWENS ,i, cli, i CARPENTER MENEFEE J. ,.,.. r.-- t.. L ,ii,., V- South-Houn- e.ir-o- 1 ,.,. 1 s s E. KENNEDY 1 r.. 1 F. Brlnlcley JLo Mi No North-Houn- d. er - PtSfe 4- Wftml ! 111 WM. ADAMS SON, THR0UGHTRUNK , i , , SOUTH & WEST LEXINGTON, KY Dll. PENNY, 1 J KCILTOlsT of Avn. z ssy vs CREAM Jb .A mVw, 11 Fancy Candies, Crois Ties, &c. All kinds of Product taken in exchange for foods FOR SALE OR RENT. Station Cincinnati, miking connections for all & points North, F.ast and West. Through tickets and baggage checked to mi) destination reached by a railroad. EMIGRANTS For full particulars address any agent ol the Co Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive K. II. IIACON, S. I', II. MORSK, '1 raveling Pass'g'r Act., Special rates. Oen'l Pass'g'rAEl., agents 01 this Company for rates, routes Lexington, Ky, Covir.gton, Ky 4rSee ie,, orwrite to H.E. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. V. ATMOIIE. G. I. & T. A., C. OKNKRAL O F KICKS Louisville, KyJ Chamber of Commerce Iluilding, Cincinnati, 0 ARKANSAS 1 TEXAS. I LEXINGTORT.K-il . 1 A,!! ii I .j I -Z Nwasj'iyM, j., Iti....i!ltv..v3r - i Ai v ,JK' a S; . u MMWSCSnsc i .V, ,V&.: " 'wwssratesf !s .hitUk,-s-- AW! i ' . t'Jift, l