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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889101801 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. II, Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. McKINNEY. JniiicH Xaiici', of thin vicinity, nml n Mitw Clnrk, of Boyh', were tuurt UmI a few CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal. STANFORD, K.Y. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 4889. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. CHURCH NO. 71 AFFAIRS. days nu. it ntl Tho thunder hull Htorm Kutiiriliiy the mo.Mt aliiriiiin thin hi'iihoi). The heavy rain did much damage to the plkcH, fencing and furiiiH. niilit wiw V. A. C'oll'ey whipped a far load of and John H.illi'V delivered their erups o' eentM. wheat to K. 1.. Tanner at Whilo en route to Junction City a few iiiilitn hluce the to we Win. Holland and J. C. Coulter went driving frightened, ran over an enliauk-meThe hor.se and upset the fell while Mr. C. was attempting to escape ami caught him under him and for a time death Heemed a certainty. Mr. Coulter H.iy that wiw the heaviest home he ever felt. J)r. Joe Om'ciih and wife, of Flat Hock, and Mrt. Dr. Cook, of Hurnmde, came up to attend the funeral of .Soc duyti with their Owens and spent mother, Mru. Mary Owens. In speaking of the school accident reported last week you not the name Moore instead of Ware, Our elllclent miller, I). V. Kennedy, has on the puny list for Moveral dayo. u Our accommodating It, It. nient, Smith, is almost disabled from duty cold. on account of n JIutt hw been quite jtoorly for several days hut is able to he out a.tiu. Dr. liopt to Cincinnati. Sam llir-ho- 7- -1 I he-ta- nt Ir-c- llow-rna- deep-seate- d Am-hroi- o W K. bailee, of Waynesburj:, remembering the injunction to "visit the witlon and orphans," wa here Sunday. James Frye, the enterprising merchant of ML .Salem, went to Cincinnati Monday for good. Oscar Ijuu; and family, of Dan-xil'after a visit to parents and other relatives here, returned homo Monday. Mrs. J. l Ciow, of this place, is an heir to the tiennau Fisher estate we hear so much said ubout. Hobt. W. Walker is engaged a salesman for K. I Tanner it .Sons. Hobt. II. Crow is in Lexington watching the living steed. Mi-Ilertie McKinney is reorted quite sick, Matt. Woodson went to Middlenborough Sunday night to look after his furniture business at that place. v, Auditor Hewitt has sent out the following circular to slierill's: The law directs that (1 per cent, be add ed to all taes remaining unpaid on the Sherill's should 1st day of November. report on that day to this olllce the amount of taxea paid up to arid Including the .",0th of October. They will then be charged at this olllce with n per cent, on all taxes remaining unpaid, which taxes, with the IS per cent, added, it is their duty to collect and pay into the treasury on or before the 1st day of December. Failing to so collect and pay in, another ft per cent is added by the law to be paid by the sheriir. This is an entirely dillcreut per cent, from that charged the tax payer on the 1st of November that mu"t be collected from the people, and is charged to the niter! iT and must be paid by him into the treasury, whether he collects it or not. The II per cent, added on the bit of December can not bo collected from the people, but must be paid by she sberitras a penalty for failing to tettle on or before the 1st of Fayette Hewitt, Auditor. December. JamcH Frye, writing from Mt. Salem, nays Jim Itratton has quit work. They nay It's a bov with nix toes on each foot. The music of the sorghum mills can to beard in all directions long after Sol has gone to bed. James Frye Imm u cow that has given milk for mix years In huccom-io- n without iiitcrrniiHoii. Sho gives :i gallons per day, at '.'0 cents a gallou Is t'K) cents a day, Jl! a year ami f l.III 1 In six years. Sho is a Tennesseo scrub. iVk Tiik S.on: to Vol, Srit. Our enterprising contemporary, the Ix'muoit Jouii- N.u,, doubled up last Friday and came form, The Advocate out in an congratulates Mr. Walton upon the ne-- i cessity for the enlargement and trusts that this indication of prosperity will continue and his excellent journal- ro coive the reward its merits justly entitle A protracted .meeting will begin at hand wheat the Baptist church on the 4th Sunday, Stanford. t.ieap. FokSai.k. jack. Fine in which Ho v. George Hunt, the pastor, color and action. Apply or write to S. will bo assisted by Hev. Mr. Lynch, ol Danville. II. Kout, Huston ville. The four largest churches in tho Kxtralotof lflyearling mules for wile United States aro the Hornnii Catholics, all mares but two. O. 7,8."V-,.).Methodists, 4,72:1,881; Baptists 4t 1,078,5'IS, and Presbyterians, 1,180,1 111. John Bright sold a Christian is a good fifth with nearly 5,.rksbiro boar to James F.innel, 0 Of the sun docs not more thoroughly obscure the lustre of that 1,000,000, bine for '. heavenly body than docs left for Kansas City Monday. Tim Miss The widow of Alexander Campbell, Un .lay last week 4 So hogsheads of oh Stuart accompanied them as far as tohicco were shipped' from Hawesville, tho lato eminent divine, is 87 years old Junction City. Miss Sallie Green arriv- - requiring 41 cars. and Is said to be remarkably well ed from Danville Sunday and is the guest' mentally and physically, for one i.i m,.,. nf Vieholas. , ilelivenul in ..., ... ... of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Carson. Messrs. Wilkerson, of Mt. Sterling, 5- -' cattle av- of that ago. She is visiting her daughter Sam and Will Higgins, of Somerset, were eraging 1,I(1 pounds at $l.!!0. at Louisville. Obscure those of our most formidable competitors. in town Tuesday. Mr. J. S. King has ro There have been no further confeta-IonSam Bryant sold his stable of tlvo at the meeting at the Christian turucti irom Lexington. lie accompa- horses for J17,0i". was nied his brother George to the Asvlum. bought by the Hough Bros, for $10,100. church, but It is tho fault of the people X A s;id case of a prosperous man of family Madden and tho Leonard Bros, have and not of the preacher. Hev. A. 1. giadually losing his mind. His family Cobb continues to preach eloquently purchased the highlybred stallion Is upon us. has our deepest sympathy. Tom Doug-la- s for $25,000 and will stand him near twice a day and to urge tho importance arrived from Danville Tuesday to of an acceptance of Jesus Christ, but he Lexington. work on J. A. Newland's new house. makes the appeal as a sensible man ad Jack, a Chicauo trotter, won tiio Mr. J. F. Cummins returned from Louisdressing sensible men and women, with stakes at Lexington in the 2:20 class, ville Sunday. Mr. J. II. Hilton spent tactics. His out resort to the sc.iring-ieasily defeating the great Nelson and Sunday at Brodhead. Ho boasts of a late sermons aro liberal, instructive and earFor it as Never Hcfore with the in three straight heats. Best time arrival at his house along with II. B. Far-rinest and have done much good both In2:l.r. lisq. Both girls. Mr. John BuchT. I HIpy, of Liwrenceburg, sold to side and outside of the church. anan, Jr., is at home taking a rest from A. W. Macklin, of Franklin county, 112 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. the "devilish" service in tho Times offat cattle, nveraging 1,500 pounds, at 4 fice, luisville. Col. Cabell, of Cabell, Bayard's wedding with cents. Basey it Co., Louisville, was here MonOFW. H.Traylor bought of J. M. Hill Miss Mary Willing Clymer is to occur day, nml like tho others struck for Mid. IS head of hogs at 5U.S7J and of early next month. dlesborough Tuesday. James StephenMr. J. II. Dalton, a likely young John Lunsford 55 111Mb. hogs at same son spent Sunday and Monday at home man from Garrard, was married Wedprice. from Middlesborough and returned Tues Ellas Kerr, of Hanford, Cal., is herd- - nesday afternoon to Miss Belle, the pretday to Hnish his contracts of building Itll. tlni'L" (if TUT! rbi.f.i ll. nn.ini. ty and worthy daughter of Mr. Frank out then. Mrs. J. A. Now land and',, uvery night and hopes to have Sudduth, Elder Frank officiating. ,...,., , . , way. Mrs. J. W James went to IxMiisvIllo ,, ..... , DRY GOODS, Miss Emma Cook and Mr. C. I', ter Monday, both health seeking. 1 hey re- - mi:iii. iiu uj iiiiiuikKiYiiiK , T v huno were married yesterday at the ,,. bride's mother's residence in Danville turned Tuesday. Messrs. Kb Hlggms ' Baugliman .,,, . yearling rhat ever tickled the tastes or feasted the fancies of the most econom eattle at nice . and II. Moore were homo Sunday from mill n .mr fif, ftiltiu it trk ical. 1 Ins is our INAUGURAL to a season of restless activity. in llik tilkfi and left immediately for a visit to relaloulsville. Cipt. Carter, conductor on bought .,, fat hogs of ... . M. Higgins at tives in Louisville. P.S. We have later . i. S?Come see us. Bring your family and your friends. L. x N., spent Monday here. ,,, information that the marriage was postI'M1 a Al Hutcbingssold to W. S. Vanars-ilal- poned one week on account of the groom's FEDERAL COURT NOTES, ETC. of Mercer, on Saturday, 18 2 year-ol- d wedding coat being too small Death of n Former Citizen of Lincoln mules at $102. HoyicHcud withdrew arrived and he was also u size County. for his pants. bis farm at $l,S(i); corn, sold at $1.40. (To the lUlilor of the Interior Journal Wo used to hear an old man, who Advocate. Have made our House the Halcyoned"Idol of a gratified and deP.miis, Tkvas, Cct. III. Congress at its In remitting for another year's sub- had married long before reaching bis lighted people. last session passed a bill establishing a scription, J. L. McMullcu, of Burnet, majority, say that tho reason he did so Federal court at I'aris, having jurisdicTexas, writes that all kinds of crops are was because of tho fear that tho supply tion over a large portion of tho Indian better than usual and that health and of girls would give out. Miss Mary Territory and four counties along tho Frances Cli ft, of this county, must have plenty prevail. northern bonier of Texas, viz: Fannin, J. H. Miller returned from Cincin- entertained the same fear with regard to Lamar, Delta and Hcd River. The disnati Tuesday, where be had been with a men, for she permitted herself to be led STANFORD and HUSTONVILLE. trict is known as the Eastern District of of cattle belonging to himself, yesterday, at the tender nge of 12 years, largest judicial district F. Texas and is the He sold to the marriaue altar bv Thomas J. Bar 1. .1. ... win. ti i. iiviiiiiiiiniiK iu .. ,.u,n i.iii.i ,, Heid. ami Hoadley Sampson. ... nniid . " " liuill ,i,i ii, ik ill? tleson, a youth of 20. v.i"' ii tr,nj. Oklahoma, I.T., to Galveston, a distance In Cincinnati best butcher cattle are -of more than 1,000 miles. Courts are DEATH'S DOINGS. in fair demand but other grades are dull. held at Jellerson, Tyler. Galveston ami Prices run from to 4; bogs are in Miss Kliwi Sutton, dtiuirhter of Mr. I'aris, but nion business is transacted at brisk demand and higher :t( to l.'.lo; and Mrs. J. T. Sutton, died at .St. Cath-I'aris than at the other three places sheep aro steady at 2J to 5; lambs in good erine's College, Washington county, last combined, owing to the lawlessness of , demand at 4 to II. with Wednesday, of the Indian Territory. Very few living -- Sales of :I2 cattle, 1,100 which she had Buttered two weeks. Her south of Hod Hiver have been nrrested lbs., at : ei'tits, and 50 barrels old corn mother had only left her last Monday, for violation of V. S. laws. Over :.00t at $2.25; 120 fat 1,(100 cattle at 4J; 122 much better, as the physicians told her, . Is Receiving His cases ha ve been placed on the docket fat hogs at 4, and :,,000 bushels of s so she was inexpressibly shocked to here for trial at the term which comseed at 50 cents aro reported in the ceivu the dispatch saying she was dead. mences on the 14th inst. About POO Winchester Democrat. Her father was with Iter and Mis. button subptinas have been ksued for witness G. J. White & Son yold to Alex Do- went down at once. The remains were es and neatly all of them have been serv ty, of Give him a Trial Garrard, 20 good, big, medium cot- brought to Hustonville yesterday for in- Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, ed. It is expected thut at least ,000 ton mules, half fat. at $00. Corn in the terment. The deceased was a beautiful will attend daily during the two Held a. sold at Samuels' sale at $1.25. At girl, full of life and was almost idolized J.N. MEXEFEK mouths' term which begin.t liniL-- i Sniiirx MillpiV w.iln iiinliu sntil by her parents, who had but the onu That number will require ten '"'ti'K for$,0 to c, 40 and cattle 2 to ;u:i- .- daughter. The tendereM sympathy is each with a capacity for the accommoda Richmond Climax. felt for them in their sad bereavement. Dealers In' tion of 100 persons. I semi you a printDr. Daniel Gober, the yellow fever Editor F. I). Spottswood, of tho ed list of the Federal prisoners now in Democrat, is dealing largely in hero, is dead at Frankfort. the luiis jail. Several more are in pris- fast horses. Ho bought sevi'ral at the on at Bouham and Clarksville. Tho Moimons in L'tah, having realEtc., i, VI It i.l .ill Ull.iu .itlil lucf Sftit nr.lrit. ctf.1 The cotton crop is turning out better his'., - ized the futility of the Mingule agiun-- t bay colt Mush, hanlmd been expected; ll.OUO ,,, V llolr,IOI1 Chtlfi t0 by Socra- the Iuwh of the Tinted Stales, are talk, .Mr Cnm. Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, have aheady been reou.vod and it is yet ing of removing their entire population of SwwrIan,,t for early n the season. AXTO Nearly all of the tobacco ciop was to son o other part ol the world, just as, , . D. H. Caldwell, born in Lincoln coun- - , ... . , ,, after tho killing of Joseph Smith, they Cedar and Locust Posts. fni 1'iiii. litiiti t iiijii iiiu uu.iti ty, Ky., In 1810, who moved to Texas in iiutinvii A; We c rry lull stock of everything found a Brown have botit'lit 110,000 bus. emigrated in a body from Nauvoo to Nichols Lumber Yard. 1S.W, died in South Colorado Sept. 21th, Hepub-li- c A. C. SINE, Ilusiness Manager. of Irish potatoes at 20 to 2.") cents and Salt Lake City. The Argentine ISSN. His wife, who survives him, is a invites them to come there, guaransister of the late Ureen ami Dan Jones, aro shipping them to Cincinnati. At teeing them the free practice of their reBrooks' Kile mules brought $123 to $170; I). M. II. of Lincoln county. Kv. 0t miles the shortest, II hours quickest between 30 acres of corn in the Held $1.10 per ligion and also ottering them a in a territory of which they shock; potatoes 17 cenU per bushel; 110 The Slory of Little Coquetle. shall have the entire local authoritv. New Or"Mimhtu room only" and crowiUil luniic. lliro' sheep at $5.10 per head. Georgetown out thocTtlrs wc', h n Iibc.i ill arlcr at Times. Bucklen's Arnica Salve -- Mrs. I'. Corminoy died Sunday night, after a long sickness and much sullering with lung disea.se. 6u leaves a husband and children to mourn their lo.vt. Hitler A. C. New In ml preached her funeral Tuesday at 10 a. m, at tho residence. The rush to Middlesborough continues. Messrs. D. H. Hdmlston, Jiio. Buch anan and Dr. IVttusiirc up there buying lots. Mrs. Livingston, her liiiinlit'T, .Miss Belle, anil .Miss Stuart (rj, .',, Second J. S. Hledkoo, TOTflli ECLIPSE v. V, Wood-!'1'1'- l'-- -- ,...... pro-serve- s Come-to-Ta- Mn-iv- y $.",-00- 0 The x Winter Season WE ARE EQUIPPED -- Al-cry- u s, MOST MAGNIFICENT STOCK j llCi-lb- Boots and Shoos. Clothing. Hats. &c, &c, I II I . ,.. ,,,,. v - l, oOLow Prices, Honest Dealing & Honest Values S. L, POWERS & CO fURIJPLEY, - car-loa- ! "... IT- - . s . Jr 1 ' j 1 typhoid-pneumonia- itnumiiMA FALL AND WINTER GOODS. asm. blue-gras- ro-- 1 1 per-so- ( rg HOUGH C-SA- SK & HEIMEFEE. A.TTO DRESSED Laths, Shingles, LUMBER, I l BOOKS iOTO BklJSTBS SLAT first-clas111 , $m . ' PATENT WIES 11 11 t0 PENCE, - 1 s Cincinnati and leans. THROUGH South-Houn- Co)ueitc. The pl.iyi genuine cniniHly, h.ii an cxc.lliiii ini. which luilili tho amllciac Irom be ginning to end. The tory of the play 11 this: A ConfedTate MiUlicr, ui)ioicd tu he mortally ivniindtHl,i;iM hi child v"I.illlc Conuette") to It to. -- Danville Advocate. "I'.li.ha lle.in," a V.mkce soljier, who londs hrr to The signs of a glorious Democratic vic- New ll.iuidure, whero he tiniwuup to he a rol. woman (piriied tory in Virginia in November are very Iickln; foltr-fjtlio- r littleand of thethe darling .mil pride She of her neiKhhurhud. will require a vast fall, iiiluvo with "Ralph Che.ter," tluicollft;e-breflattering, but still it deal of hard work to make it such a vic- nephew of the larinur but who it afterward! drivtory as It should be. Mahomo is of sleep- en away by the machination of the villianoiu"Aa-ro- n Flint," rich money lender, who has a less energy and is marshaling his forces "llcjtiic'n ' fatm, and who knowi uUo that Let Iho Domocrats bo fully 'Little CotietU'V own father la not dead, but U everywhere. Lynchburg Ad- a wealthy cattle-kini- ; and a member of Conijrcn alive to their duty. from Arkaii(a."l'lint'" nchemu ilu ruin the old vance.. farmer, become the guardian of the Kirl hiimelf W. H. Scott, of Danville, has been and thut possess the fortune to which she is en. grunted a patent for a rainwater purifier. titled to in her own right, lie perpetrates a forgery aided by "Sybil St. Clair' an adventuress, and in to "lleane," he accuses order to have it char-soA Woman Two Hundred Years Old. him of it, ami in the ipiarrel which follows, shwus A case is on record of a woman who litcd to him with his ("HeaneV pistol, afterwards plac- this advanced aire, but It U scarcely necessary to iiilt (lie weapon in the dead inau't hand to it stale that It was ln"lhe olden lime." Now n day (ie al,,)t.aralicr tt ,cide. At the same time he allotted jr()(,ia ,.ter at o)li M,.nnc( feet ,iliU he had re. too many women do not live half their a several of the old years. The mortality duo to functional derange- - cc,vei, rr(,m lhlJ meats In the weaker sex Is simply fntihtlul, to say ltmet h KUlt Aaron Flint oll ,1B ,ccnc nothing 'f 0" Indescrihablo suffering slilcli makes aflcrwArJ, elllieavoi to pass uff '.Sybil St. Clal.', many wo,llen on Col. 1'elliRren" as hit lost dauishltr anil uc Iifescarcelyjworththellvliiisioso Hut tor these sufferers llicro is a certain rebel. Dr. ce(J( fof (lie jme willB( 1)U, tne ..Colonel" over St. Clair" at the ' Hal 1'lerce's Favorite Prescription will positively cure hwn B mono0(,0 uf leucoirhca, painful menstruation, prolapsus, pain jka,qlieii aij ,i,,icjnj something It wrong, and com- - a,ter tliu appearance of "I.ittlc Co. jnqUrei in the ovaries, weak back ; in short, all those plaiuls to which so many women are martyrs. l'"1-It-, qllc(tl.- an,i ler appeal to hnn, he is satisfied tha ,e n., fout,d hts own daughter, and evciything It the only tsusrantied cure, see aarateeon ends hnppily for all uxcept tho vllllan and the ad tie wrapper. and whole Vtliluiest. Cleanse the liver, stomach, bowels v w t0 ,ra HjUfCt rd01lJjy Night, atst , system by using lit, 1'ieri.e I cutis. inortg-iiijoo- Oh, ami lier iplenJIJ a "iraml. Thn attraction w llettic co"iuiiy, m'l.ittlc Itor-iiH-- il Mr. Hotter Palmer, of Chicago, is going to keep a burlier shop next sprint:. Ho is going to take cnarge of the world-famou- s barber shop with the 27 chairs and (OS wondrous silver dollars set in the .Mosaic floor. The man who started the shop and is still conducting is a Mr. Kdeu, who long ago became rich and ceased to do any other work than to come into the shop and get shaved. After May he will retire ami the shop will be run in conjunction witli tho otherde-partmentsthe hotel. This shop is truly the largest and most wonderful in the world, and Chicago may well be proud of it. The bu.t talsc in the world fur cuts, bruises, soret, ulcers, talt rheum, fecr sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir cd. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, l'rico 35 cents per box, or money refunded, Tor sale by A. R. l'cntiv, Stanford, Ky. Entire Trains Run Through Without Change. CuTsERVlCE., toN'cw Orleans via M. .V O. Merit Wins. We desire to say to our anient thut for years Condensed Schedule iu Effect March jr, i8Sj we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, Dr. King's New I.lfe Tills, lluck-ten- 's . UJCAD niCvVTJTJOAVN-Arnica Salt e and I'leclric Hitters, and have TRAi n" never handled remedies that tell as well, or that &OOTH TRAIN: No. 4i. No. a. huvegiven such universal satisfaction. We da not No. 6. No. 4. No. 1. No. 7. I Wo. 3. I No. j. STATIONS. Daily. Lim. Daily Fast Daily Daily. Daily. ' hosltatH to guarantee them otery time, and we Ex. Sun. Dally. Ex. Lint. Mm. Daily, lam, ll-.- .tun, wauy ttand reajy to reluud the purchase price if tails-factor- y results do not follow their use These 9 17 a in 4 03 pm soop in- 7 35a in 1. ve mi 04J p 11111023 ciiiciniiau " 330pm remedies hate on their great popularity purely Williamstown...L ve' 513am! ,..i 830am 1 53 n m 953am 547pm 930pm, on their merits. A. R. l'enny, druggist. 410.111 714am 11 j3 p m liosgamj 701 pm 10 19 pm... ujorneiuwn 11' j s ", 4 s i 11 iop ml 7 3J pill 10 JJ pm 10 3j s.ciHK"" 700am 11 10 p in .. ive. ... 1.011. a. is. rv.,..siii.i. , A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. . (1 ' Train No. 1, Pullman lloudoir Buffet Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati 10 New Urlcius .iiattanoou to Shreteport. Trail No. 5, Pullman lloudoir IlufTet Sleeping; Curt Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati to Jacksonville and Knoxville. Sleepers St. Louli sn orthT TJI. ni ' iik, ,,,,,.. jt sjl Is a good healthy, pearly skin. Few nro aware of the short time it takes fur a disordrred liver to cnuM- - blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin, One bottle of IIKCf'S lll.OOl) I'UltlFlER and III.OOl) MAKKK will restore this organ to its natural and healthy state, and clcaute the blood of all impuritict. It is meeting with wonderful success. Vc guarantee every bottle. A. It. Fenny, Druggist. j ,j a 3s a m. uanvnie 5 30 ml 10 31 p m u3nmi 253pm jioim 10 jo pm Junction City 13 P 9 lonmu 30a m.ii 45 ami I 05 a m 1 35 p m Somerset.., soop m loopw 130am 105am Oalcthle.. 1 .1 n m 01iDmu:;im o 50 p m sitam' 4 35n ,!.,' 8a5aml 6 40 p m'Ar'v... Chattanooga. 630 pm' 755am 00 pm 10 400am Ar'v .... 910 am' 700pm I,'ve...Chattanooga 735am 300a m iiaiia loapm 949pm arv. Ilirmingham 447am p m 1145pm L'vc... 300pm 300pm 1 03 u m tutcaloosa 608pm 130am ;;, c vH.....!icriuiuu luuopiu II 35 pm' 4 4J a in A 10 .1 m 11 00 a in Ar vNw lirleant....L. ve 4 I5ni 335pm q 40 pm Meridian Arv 510am l.'ve 6 top in Jackson ...... A r v o tu a m l.'ve ' 1, ve,...s icKsuurg. .H. .. ii it a 400 pm Monroe.., A Good Coiiffh Syrup. nm Ive 1 J 1005 a in Ar'v....Shreveport.... 8 vp tiooa in s BoKfj-'Ohorry Cough Syrup There is nothing parents sh uld be so careful Train No. 3, Pullman lloudoir Ilufiet Sleeping- Cars, New Oiteaus to Cincinnati about as selecting tt cough syrup, llcggs Cherry Is giving splendid satisfaction to the tioJe and Cough Syrup col no more thin the ih&ip arid in- ,hoY,le are po.i.ively n.arv.iou., which ctin le Y'u?ft"n.udolr ufftl slwH,Bg Car, Ne"w Orleans to Cincinnati. Cur Chaltanoosa to Cincinati and Sleepers Jaclt- ferior nostrums thrown on tho market. Thn beit t accounted for in no othur way except (hat It It Train No 8 Pullman lloudoir and uffetSlei-tiinSleew-rfrii- i Knoxville to Cincinnati. A. and K. T., none too good, be sure and get IIKGKS'CH KRltV without doubt the best on il.c marktt. Ask for sonville to Cincinnati, vU W. OOM-E- . Irav Pass. Agt., Lexington, Ky. IHANK We A. COUGH SYRUP. We keep It on hand ut alt andbesurcyougetihet.eiiuino. D. U. EDWARDS, Oen'l P its. and Tkl. Ajjt! Manager. J01I(v r.AUI.T, Oeneral R. Penr.y, Druggist. Ciiicinnali OU.o. time. A. R. Penny, Druggist. I 1 What A Fortuno It was just an ordinary scrap ol wrapping pa per, but it saved her life. She was in the last stages of consumption, told by physicians that she was incurable and could only live a short tunc. iho weighed less than 70 pounds. On a piece of wrapptr paper she re id of Dr. King's New Ills-- ; covery, nml got :t sample bottle; It helped her, she bought lirjje bolt e it he ped her more, bought another anil grew hcttcr last, continued its u.rand weighing 140 Li now strong healthy, rosy plump tHiunds. Kor fuller particulars send stamp to W' Trial bottles of Cole, druggist, I ort Smith. It this wonderful discovery tree at A. It. l'euuy's Drugstore 11 11 1 Jlm J 50 pm n 845 pm li to p in j unaa in m, 16 11 17 Arr am l.vc .Ilurgin Hurgin I.se.i Arr! 155 am 310pm 5 50 am 10 50 p m ", 1 ir , ' 111 111 North-Houn- BB1'(JJ r c - i..:, ;:. . ibs ,'t...- - . !; ""S ' jCTX Oeo. H. Squires, Hju'clnl audit of tlio In obedience to Secretary Noble's tie- Semi-Week- ly Interior of .Senator Man- - Coneral Lnml OlHoo, has been dismissal rislon that the dorson's pension la illegal, the rich old for scandalous conduct. -- By an explosion in the Bentileo Col fellow has returned the treasury check Stanfokd, Ky., Octoiirr IS, 1880 for $,""000 arrearages given him by Tan liery, near Iindon, oO of tho 70 miners ner. There are many others whoso cases in it at the time were killed. Vh HiikIiicks William Dinger and John Olson were are similar to the Senator's and the decision has created quite a consternation hanged at Placervllk', Cal., Wednesday, among thoso who have looted the treas- for participation in a murder committed Mkms broke loose apiin in Ilarlau. ury with Tanner's assistance. Besides in March, 18S8. Tho Lexington Trots aro drawing a John Cay wood, a fanner, and his em- many outsiders, there are 21 employes in to ploye, Hezekiah Hall, were shot from the pension olhYe whose pensions have fine crowd and furnishingsplendid sport. to we are left for those and and it is likely that some nmbush last Friday morning on Martin's been to disgorge. To who wish to attend. Fork, as a result of the war between the at least of them will have The L. N. has issued an order de"law and order" party and the Howard-Jennin- gs the democratic newspapers alono is due faction. Cay wood is a brother the halt that Harrison has been compell- clining to honor, after October!!!), tickets of Judjro Lewis and the assassi ed to call in tho pension extravagance calling for passage over the L., N. A. it nation is the result of the compact said and the country owes them a debt of C. road via Louisville. For the week ending October 12 tho gratitude for the work they have done in to have been entered into by the fix., production of flour by the Minneapolis faction to visit death and saving its treasury from the looters. .Mills amounted to 1US,0;!0 barrels, an avdestruction on every sympathizer with SumiKiiv is making rapid strides in our erage of 28,0-5- barrels a day. Judge Lewis' cflbrt to apprehend Wils above day and generation. A shot in the bow above. At Iouisvillu Anthony Losteler hackHoward and Jennings and restore law els, by which the intestines are perfora ed 5Iike Hade almost to pieces with a beweek we to desperado-riddesec-- and order in that ted, has always been considered fatal knife and fell dead a little later with a tion. The lesson of the presence of the and proved so. but Cincinnati surgeons bullet in him from an 'unknown source. Boldiore, that the Judiciary is backed by week: have succeeded in curing a man whose The Cincinnati Evening l'oet says tl)e strong arm of the military, seems to home-mad- e difbowelB had been perforated in eight that 15. G. Wood, tho law partner of Gov. have gone for naught and been of no Woolenplaces by a bullet. A few weeks Foraker's brother, is the man who forgpractical good whatever. It is indeed a ferent ago, a patient was brought to one of the ed Cainpbell'B signature to tho damaging Scotch $3. Bid state of affairs. hospitals in that condition, when as a ballot-bo- x document. we Ricir.wii) Clank, of Winchester, fur- last resort the operation of laparotomy .Major George W.Steele, whoso name any has recently been mentioned in connecnishes tho temperence lecturers with an- was performed on him. other awful example and tho rising gen- hope was enteitained for his recovery, tion with the pension conunissionun'liip eration with a terriblo warning to touch but ho did recover and is now nearly wan, thrown from a buggy near .Marion' .. ... not, taste not, handle not, or even look well. I nd., and had an arm broken. upon the wine when it is red. The son L. Somerville, of London, was bail Tiiekk is a speck of blood on tho fair of thelatoGov. James Clark, he was given Louisville for the amount he moon at Richmond. The ed- writted at look, To week, Come be all tlfe advantages of a liberal education, face of the owed for a wagon. When a short disClimax has demanded a rea, book. thought it advisaof strong drink got tho bet- itor of the but tho love jail he to "underbrush of the tance from tho ter of him and going from bad to worse, traction from the a. ble to pay tho money and was released. to y Register for the unwarranted and ho finally became a confirmed inebriate, A commercial feud between Ala" attack" on him, adding, abhored of men and dispised of God. bania merchants and farmers resulted in forthcoming, a speedy This week ho was committed tothepoor-hous- o "Should it not be afi'ray, in which two persons inquiry as to the delay may result." This a serious to spend the rest of his miserable killed, two mortally wounded and tv..n we believe it will of sounds warlike, but days on earth. He is a brother-in-lainjured. The trouble occurred at we hear any more of others Senator Heck and has a family to share end in sound. If Dotlien. lay both of the in his disgrace. Young man, profit by it, however, we shall The White House is said to be inM. would-b- o beligerants across our lap and the example of this wrecked life and to get rid of them most fested with rats and paddle them where it will do the of the fatal cup. the government has let the contract to had with them. The running gears of good. a man at $10 a day till tho last rodent the wagon were gracefully hung 011 nbout Cincinnati was the scene of a horrible Bito. Ricmakdson, one of the brightest disappears. He works with ferrets and 200 yards f a post and rail fence, while catastrophe Tuesday. Tho cables of a a box of dry goods and an old umhiclla crowed, rat terriers. car loaded with people on the inclined and best rural roosters that ever I I The Wine and Spirit Bulletin shows were stuck up as signals to uuttk the further obligations by plane railway to the Lookout Houso has laid us under of Kentucky Bourbon woist iiiudhnlc in that section. The two which we would that 40 brands gave way and it rushed down the track publishing an article, price in the passengers that wereof isolated from the fain reproduce, but for the fear that the whisky have advanced in the vehiile werej scattered fragments for 2,000 feet, broke through the landing 55 per cent.i assisted from the debris ami mud and latter part would be taken in a certain past year on an average of ( groand dashed across the street into a suggestion we while 15brand8of Eastern rye have made wondered to what manner of man they cery store. Five of the nine passengers quarter as an appeal or a were provided, howbelonged. 5ieaus an average advance of 54 per cent. ever, and notwithxumdiiig the raging of including Judgo W. 51. Dickson, were would not make forourrighthand. From The chief of engineers estimates that the storm and th darkiu-r-r- i of the night, killed outright and the other four were tho bottom of our grateful heart we of the river and harbor appropriation should they were sent on their way rejoiciii.-con so horribly mangled they will die. The thank you, Bro. Richardson, and hope and recommends that bo $:S0,1S(S,:KX) engineer claims that tho machinery fail- that neither the shadow of yourself nor be to Six Kentucky editors have taken for the Ohio of of the Glasgow Thnes will ever grow $ti00.000 bo appropriated ed to respond to his attempt to stop it, better halves to themselves ju the past river, $1500,000 for the Falls of the Oldo few months, which bads us tothe refleca. less. but it was evidently a case of criminal nt Ijititsvillo and $100,000 for the Ken tion that Kentucky women know a good carelessness. The accident has caused thing when they see it. Glasgow Time It seems singular that a veteran should tucky river. great feeling in Cincinnati nnd a rigid in Jetr Davis, the man of peace, who It. post, when rob the treasury of a G. A. vestigation will be made. Old Cliocoluto' ilucosrrloua Clint. he could just as easily have looted the undertook to manage a great war, and F.ben stcuHn' ull bocoijo n habit. Oils, soldier, who Wolesley.theband-bo- x The Times doesn't propose to raise a U. S. treasury with the assistance of the Ixml Luck am bctlali en money in do bank. some notoriety by his Wen do inulo trots, suflln er de maltuh. first-clas- s W. II. Stowe, has achieved row with tho Interior Jouhnal. Col. pension commissioner. Do sundown, do fnstuh do luxj quarter-maste- r of a New Haven, Conn., praise of Lee and his censure of Davis, man ncuhnh stumps. Bradley is a man of broad views, whether to stuhs Ms viewed or any other post, lias just gotten away with $4,000 will meet in December at the unveiling Whar do preacher douu' practice do flock worhman-lik- a s bettah bo b.ln' an dcuf. Bortof weigh. Col. Walton is not a pro- belonging to that organization, and yet of the Leo monument at Richmond. Very i)o man w'osc crop wuli sp'ilt by do ruin fessional prohibitionist, and wo hope he is no doubt a more honest man than Owensboro Inquirer. bo sees a cloud. . crunts w'ont-bba.Miss (.trace Strong, of Wheeling, and this apology will be accepted in the same many a rascal who has been Too do mun dut yo' wuutuh please o is now drawing a big pension he is not Va., a student of the female college at mut' say "Yessah" w'en ho tells yo' no saw generous spirit in which it is offered. Millersburg, made her escape from the do sun las' midnight. Glasgow Times. We accept your" apolo- entitled to. yo' coino outcu u grounds and started for her home, but nhW'en too dress yo'hu'ts, light an' plaatatu gy, Gen. Richardson, with tho underbo happy dut yo' NEWS CONDENSED. at Car- got'nunuse fo' splints. was overtakan by the principal standing that you are never to give simino of 8 miles, and brought stolo a lien lua' week an' yo' soy Ef Ca-su-r lar offense again. There are some things The 5Iasonic Grand Lodge meets at lisle, a distance dnt ho stolo a cow ylst'd'y whar ull yo' fin' back. She says she was homesick. man likeoursilves Louisville on the 22d. even a dut won't bclccb hit I Dr. Win. Tett thought he would get cannot stand. Yo' can't wring do neck ob yo' nabah's N. W. Nutting, republican CongressmanA Houso in which you can And Collins in the murder hen w'en yo' cotch huh in yo' gahden an' in the 27th New York district, rid of Witness -elect Tiik republicans are now claiming the case against him at Nicholson, .Miss., spec' dat ho or gwinetoo sparo yo' cat w'en Montana legislature, the canv.issers of is dead. shot. He succeeded ho cotcn huh in 'U kitchen. -- Judge. Paul 5IcBride murdeied Frank Ixf-tu- s with a load of buck the vote having thrown out enough pretrial was indefinitely Monopolise the Jtullrouils. at St. Louis because he accidentally so well that his cincts because of a less than the legal Farmor's Wlfo I auppose you will soon postponed. A friend of Collins sent a bo number of judges, to make that body stepped on his foot. through his heart and Tett will youleaving tho country tor the city, wou't I Alponsu Moncia, a ranchman, killed bullet stand 4 or 5 republican. That party admurder no more. Tramp Yes, mu'um; it's alluz uboutthls his father and received fatal wounds liini-semits that tho democrats have elected a At the democratic primary held in timo of year that tho actors begin crowdm' in a contiict in Texas. majority, but place their dependence on Any of tho above goods exchanged for Country Produce. Saturday, Chenault, Hill, Sul- us oft tho road Judge. Judge Simrall has announced him. .Madison this technicality, which will hardly work livan and Bales were chosen without opTho public schools of tho Department of if the democrats are worthy of the name. self for judge of the Court of Appeals in position for judge, clerk, attorney and tho Seine pavo a concert at tho Trocuderc We do a strictly Cash Business and oar prices are the LOWEST the Louisville district. No mieerablo technicality should be perrecently at which 6.V) children wero heard Come and see what we can save you. sherilf respectively. J. F. Wagers beat In Leasing, Solomon & Rosenthal, the eight choral without uccom mitted to thwart the will of the people for jailer; Joel T. Embry panlmsnt. wholesale dry goods and cotton factors, a field of six honestly expressed at the polls. when got more votes for assessor than his three Dallas, Texas, have failed for $050,000. competitors combined; J. A. G. WilliamNext door to Portman House. They are still finding dead bodies at It is tho duty of every democrat to go Stanford, Ky. by 21 in a three-corne- r and assist in malt- Johnstown, so there's no wonder that son was chosen to the polls ed fight for surveyor and B. 1). 5Iiller I keep on hand a No. i quality of Jrllico. l.ily ing our ticket for county offices as strong 300 persons are down with the typhoid and Nut Coal in my yard. Leave )ur utile rt at defeated Joe English for coroner by as possible. Tho gentlemen who have fever. Yard or S. S Myers' ftorc aucl they will be attend, .Mrs. .Million was again chosen for ed to promptly. J. II. MIUOINS, Gen. Sheridan's private secretary, no opposition deserve your endorsement 6j Stafford Ky of bcIiooIb. G. Gregg, was sent to the penitentia- superintendent and tho larger the vote tho better for the II. party at the final election. Tho interest ry Tuesday at Kansas City for horse MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. will centre in tho jailer's race, the only stealing. Brodhead stiuts its roller mill this Gov. Hill, of New York, made the ono in which there is a contest, but the LOUISVILLE. KY. JVcw candidates should not be lost sight opening speech at the Atlanta Exposi- week. other is hold- rho Leading Agricultural Journal of tha South md Well. Eld. It. It. Noel, of Lancaster, of. Let's nominate the ticket by such a tion, which was an eloquent tribute to ing a series of meetings at Brodhead with Mado by Farmers for Farmers. vote as shall show in advance what we the South. ' A child fell into a vat of success. intend to do next August. As a record of iucceuful agriculture, Home no equal, IJvery topic relating boiling sorghum ut Herriugton, Kas.,aud J. R. Cook and V. 51. Fish have and I'akm has openly d(sctiKcJ In ha columns to agriculture Is Fm ends of that popular gcntlennifi died in the greatest agony a few minute8 been admitted to practice as pension at- liy the farmers themselves. No expense Is xpared, in securing a full account of every notable sucMill learn with unfeigned regret of Col, after being taken out. torneys. cess on the farm, it is distinctively the painful accident. Ho G. Malt Adams' FARMERS' OWN PAPER, A concert and jug breaking will bo The county levy in Adair has been A record of their dally life, presented In a form reached Eminence as the train was about fixed at 1UJ cents and the poll tax at given uy and language which make it plain to all. see to start and rushing to. get on slipped $1.50. The Spectator says the county is Saturday evening, beginning at r.M. ConITO LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS and fell with his left foot on the track. in good financial condition. Walk Newcomb showed us a com Contains the names of the most progressive farm-er- a of the South ond West. They do not treat A coach passed over it, crushing it bo The boiler of a sorghum factory at Dtalk which ho had pulled up by the of theoretical farming, but of the actual condi: 11. four of tho toes had to bo amputa- Bucyrus, O., exploded, killing three roots. A large Irish potato was clinging tions which confront us that Waldo I', llrown ; Henry Stewart ; M. htahl ; ted. Ho was taken to his home in men. The engineer lot the water get low to tho stalk, where it appears to have A. I'. I'ord ; Jeff. Welbom ; Hugh T.John Ilrooks j John C. Hdgar; Steele's Ilayou : T. II. lialdwlu and a whero ho is getting along and then pumped the boiler full. Frankfort, been produced from tho com plant. host of others make this journal indispensable. it finely. It is sincerely hoped that he Pat. Welsh has left us and gone to Moreover, A is equally 5Iat Smith, a brakeman, while coupHOME MAGAZINE. will soon be out again. local freight. 5Ir. E. L. IJvery subject of Interest to the ling cars at Jellico had his foot caught in braking on the r Is Cotesby, Mrs. of the Q, it C, was visiting fully treated. Mary Marsden, IflT has been shrouded in a frog and being thrown down was run Stevenson, llrown, Mrs. Daviess, Miss Cabell, MIs Mosby, New Youk over by 11 car and crushed to instant this place during tho week. Miss Mat-ti- e Alice Winston and a score of others will contrib darkness for several nights, tho elfctric death. Williams has not returned from Illi- ute regularly. FAITH LATIMER light companies having shut olf tho 5Irs. Eva Hamilton's occupation du- nois, as erroneously stated in the Signal Is in charge of our Children's Deportment, nnd IDIRTTQ-G-IS- T Sc circuit in retaliation for the urgent pop. ring she hns the peculiar faculty of being both in. o her two year's stay in tho peniten- last week. J. L. Jophn, the devoted t cresting and instructive. ular demand that the wires shall go un- tiary will bo sillaundry work mid tho makTHE. MYSTERY OF THE NATION player, yet thumbs his cards in der ground. The sentiment has been ing of shirts and blouses for tho male ence. E. T. Rochester was hero Thurs- Is a thrilling story nnpcarlng In Homb and DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, I'akm. by John U. Munlck, nml is exciting wide growing for sometime, but did not as. convicts. day in the Hour business. Georgo Gen- attention. Short stories by distinguished writers Bumosuclt proportions till tho public ) appear from time to time. John Hauna was found dead on tho try is back from .leH'ersonville, sick. FANCY ARTICLES, &C. BILL ARP'S LETTERS was transfixed with horror on seeing a OUlC'. from tho I 11 V fLtf. track of tho C. & O. near 5Iaysville. His 1 IUI Two gentlemen who hailed Appear In each issue, and tills humorous philosoprescriptions accurately compounded. lineman reduced to clinrco-i- by tho cur- body was region were passing through pher was never more interesting than at this Physicians horrible mangled. Ho stabbed "blue-grass- " time. rent. Samuel Lykins and was on his way to Brodhead last Saturday night, on their IX ITS KIIITOIH.tr, DKIUHTJtKXT IIomi: in wav home from 51 1. Vernon, with nbout behalf and" I'akm speaks boldly nnd fearlessly recolumn in tho Iouisvillo Ohio when run down. Tiik Tattler Klgbts." It favors a of Tho little Ohio river steamer .Minnie as much brandy in tlieuf as their skins vision of the tariff In behalf of the farmer j better Times, which is so entertainingly preSTOCK OF WATCHES, LARCEST iuau mr mc lariner; rrec .nail Delivery to tnc THE pared by Mr. Thomas G. Wat kins, has Bay struck a snag at Kramer's Landing would hold, and just above town a north farmer; among the farmers, and Its " Is CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. become such a pronounced feature of on the Kentucky 6horo about 50 miles bound freight train camo upon them, aim to Ilust Trusts." Its motto Is " Fair Trade and Farmers' UlghU." Ever brought to tins market. I'rices lower than that its absence, as was tho above Cincinnati and went to the bot- frightened their horse, causing him to Send Sa.as In V that paper I. Walton., and get the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. caso Wednesday, is iinmediately noted tom. Her 125 passengers and freight run awav. totally wrecKiug uvcrymj". tho int&iuuK juiHNAii nuuj me paired on (hortjnotlce and warranted. were saved. or four jUgB Of Uranuy tllOy j Hom and Farm ono )t:ar each but tho three and regretted. Journal ir QX7ICK DRY W. P. WALTON. And Small I'ro.ltw Did the for lant Week. re-rat- To-da- Every person who came our Jouse last week will warrant the ,assertiou when claim have done the largest trade in t t in-la- CLOTHING. GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, flats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets, .Hatting, motto resulted, as and following the This will continue sell our stock at profits less limited than fore. Specialties for this Comforts at 85c, worth $1.25; at $1.20, worth $ 1.50, and. at &1.25, worth $2; and our celcbrased. Comfort at $2, worth $8. Blankets at SI. 25 a pair, worth 82. Blankets S2, worth Fine all woolen Blankets 3.50, worth. 5 per pair. Besides the above have many more - Of any House in this town ungen-tlenmnl- everybody; this for yourself and convinced. matter that concerns your pocket It is And don't forget that every dollar's worth of goods yon buy you receive ticket entitling you a chance on the 200 Organ. offer. .THE LOUISVILLE STORED SAI,IX2I?R, 3Iansijjcr. Main st., Stanford. be-wa- BRYANT & STRATTON Business College WMftZ ,ftte:L O U SV L LE, KY . Having purchased, the interest J will dud the business at the old stand, where I .shall pleased supply the wants all former and new patrons from Mr. Slago', School Books, Wall Paper, Jewelry Paints, and Silverware at low prices, for goods. I have a good Jeweler, ready do watch aiul jewelry repairs in the best Full Stock of Drugs style. respectfully, ! d W. B. MoEOBEBTS. i Just What Groceries, mild-mannere- d is Needed Glassware, ! Dry Goods and Notions, Boots, Shoos, Queensware, r r 1 lf &c. ! ) sch-ctlou- J03STE3 BROS., Attention, Coal Burners. 7. NEW DRESS GOODS, Ginghams, new Fenangs, HOME AND FARM, Jfew Flannels, new Canton Flannels, New Buttons, new Hosiery, New Underwear New Calicoes, new Trimmings, t and new Blankets. tiiootnuiay-scnooiMnuucHuiu- ii Call and our gents Waukenphast Petiole gress Shoe; also full line ladies' and Children's Shoes. y home-make- SEVERANCE & SON. TO) Tcr txt o "y -". sol-tair- JEWBLEB, r !- l h&3LwJfeS-lZ II - Jirr WWJk Semi-Week- , jK,V, I, t"j,ivv .. , Sfthgri!.'" U u . A ,i Ja5!-J',- ' .:aaUrwUt;n uimJLj. j: v:jmt Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal i ul m nniH'r'H (or oyntern. (: t0 BW Sornhum nt Grocery. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm,mmmmmmmmmmmmmm A, A. Wurrun's Mod Sever- Sov- - New lot of boys' clothing at 6. II. Blinnks'. NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Stahfohi). Kym Octoiiek 18, 18311 Co.Mn nml see our new UloakH. mice A Son. E.cwalton, bub. ManaRor MEANS BUSINESS. Hcttlo CoMKnnsl A i.aikik line of ladieH eranee A Son. jucKetH. ! J.vo. X. .Mknkfei: ban utialitled ns nd- -' miniHtrator of M. L. Iticbardn and adver- From my place near Preachersville on the night n red cow with slightly roan head, short tises that be will Hull all of IiIh perHonulty of the olnvears old lot stmnir. l win pay a liberal horn, a Ii!h lato resideiicu near Mt. tcSiMd for lirr return or for information lending publicly at to her recovery. JOiili IILANKENSHU'. Salem, on Tuesday, Oct. tith. BLUE-GRA- Strayed or Stolen T. fall ttock of Fruit and Ornamental Trpen, What an I. J. Man Saw in tho Future Great. O ape Villus, .Small Fruits, Asuaragua, Shrill", -and everything for the orchard and garden Wc In- Were the Imaginative powers of a doz- employ no agcnti hill tell ill net at low pricei to Nxwlotof jewelry and wateliea just Penny. the plainer. I'rrtonal lnprcti"n of our immense en men, who bad the ability to stretch stock invited. Description catalogue with v.ilua. Watciikh nntl iuwclry repaired nml received. W. 11. MeltobertH. their fancy as if it were u thing hie sUKetions on application warrnntod, A. It. Penny. n v Hit I.KN'MKVKK, will tlo made of rubber, coupled together ami Any o.sk winning a wheat drill I.esington, Kv Yoim n ccount in ready, jileano call and well to fee me. I. M. Bruce. tilaced in one human being, not even a bcttle. McltoliertH A Stum;. slight conception of the push and Tiik befit place to buy ilrun, patent Fi.vi: tiHinrtiuciit of Frewb CanilieH just I'OKmudicincfl and toilet articleH Ih at A. It. of the town of Middles- received at A. A.' Vurren'n Model Gio- Pciiiiv'h. borough could be lormed. "Progress" eery. A Uuv your ncliool hooka, ink, tablet, is the motto ami right well does the paper, puncilH and hcIiooI supplieH of all M. F. Itoi.tit has rcHiinetl as countable cily i? follow the dictates of it. I will ten thi house known us the kinilH from A. It, Pcnuv. in thin district, because, be couldn't earn The Yellow Creek valley which a year bin halt. ago was Unversed by the hunter for bear PERSONAL POINTS. photo-doreami deer is now transformed into a Go to Rowland for ilrst-clas- s Mns John Hki.i, (iiiiso.v wen', to Wll- - graphs and tin types, ."0 cts. per prosperous town of 'J,"00 which is indicliamtiburn WedncMday. ative of the fact that the days of miraFrank Cordier. For ONK THOUSAND DOM.AUS cash. Mu. M.S. IJArt.iiMAN went to NiihIi-vill- o cle aru again upon us nml wo aro now Nkw lot of jewelry, watches and sil- placed in a position to wonder what will WedneHilay to purchase ntock. The Cottage opposite the Railway All silverware Miw. Hkthy Xkuch Ih visiting her verware just received. come next. Depot, ilaughtiT, Mrn. JniucH Dillon, in Uinnw-ter- . sold will lie engraved at reasonable rates. Persuaded by tho faitli reposed by a 11. Mcltobcrts. W. good many of the citizens of our sister formerly tccupled by II. K. Miller, at the tame place for KICIIl IIUNDKKI C..K. Uk.ntiiv leflTuehday for Hi'iinen- DOLLARS Don't fail to see Miss Ilettlu llcrnnrd city, Ijincasler, that it was a great place, Cinh. t.ey, Inillan territory, to see to bin land it lias been my wish for tho last six i Chase in the Little Coquette at Walton's Samr can he seen by applying to Mr. V P Ken- claim. nedy, Crab Orchard. Opera House Monday night. It will be months to visit Middlesboroiigh and on Wn.i. SKVr.it .tk has gniu to Louis60 Tuesday I left, not witli thu intention of a treat indeed. Prices as nsuai, OTTKN'HKIMFK, ville to further add to Ids hlg stock of investing, while the sales were going on, No 30 State Street, New York ant! "r cents. Hoods. but merely to see the Mecca of tho GarThk distillery of Mr. W. H. Traylor rard county man'. Hardly bad I got I'll. 0. II. MeltoiiKHTM and wife have gono to housekeeping in the (Jeo. Myers will open ii) today, ami mash :il bush- seated when I was invited by Public t STANFORD, els right along, which will make llMi gal- Printer K. Polk Johnson to join the Govhouse. H. K. Vkiikk,J. C. McClary and K. lons of whisky. J. II. Swope will be ernor's party, of which he was a mem- MONDAY C. Walton Hre among the capitalists at storekeeper. ber, and liking to bo in company witli EVENINO.i Mitldlfrthoroiigh. I Tiik democracy of Lincoln county owes good people, very readily accepted. The Mim Sai.i.ik McItoiiKins, a Danville it to W. F. McClary to give him a warm Governor was in a talkntive mood and HETTIE BERNARD beauty, has been the of Mrs. V. endorsement for superintendent of com- the jokcB that were gotten oil' by him, M. HiggiiiH this week. schools. He is well equipped for Col. Johnson and Judge Bennett, of the I'iikd Humor, a son of Josinh Ilislioii. mon inhas shown by his course Court of Appeals, would have been who is attending the Klliott Institute" the ollice and if coming from the ordinary that he is a democrat who can be relied teresting was with his parents this week. Ally supported by a Great Company of Comedl upon under any ami all circumstances. human, let alone from tho highest Dit. Goldstkin, tlm ans and VocaliMs, comprising the most finished t lie State. optiGive him a rousing evidence of your actors, the Funniest Onmrdunt, the hindcm-cian, is at thu Portmau IIouwi to Middlesborough, at present, is rising Ladies and the bet Dancers that money and approbation of bis magnanimous course. uooii management can poiuiy tcciire, prtsent-Ingthtliose when., eyesight is impaired. magic-lik- e and for a thorough businessbest Comedy oi Auiirican lile ever preJohn I!. Miuui.u., and old and capa-bl- e It may interest the ladies to know that like place it takes the cake. Lightccu- - sented to the Amtrfcan public- nenspHper ninii, passed up Tuesday in the last act of the Liltlu Coquette, at hundred hammers, handled by experi-- l t to of the Jellico .News. Walton's Opera House, Monday night, euced carpenters, are lieaid from .'tin the .Mayor II. Ikit.NMoi:, I. M. llruce, Miss Hettie Bernard Ghnso will morning till nearly 7 at night and over J. It. .Vtiiinollcy niidlbibJJinK'inan went Jtst, a lUHguiuVcnt necklace, said to have 100 houses will be turned over to the A Charming Chnractir Creation bum full and wear bubbling over ilh Music, MeloJy and Mirth. over to tile I.vxington trots yesterday. cost 10, (XX). It is composed of a circle owners, completed, by Saturday night Miks A.N.NIK lit tixii, of Kingsvillr, is Scenes. of IS large pure white stones, neither next, imagine thu noise and sensation Natural licidents, Natural Characters, Nat'iral A llrilliaut Success vtsitiuK Miss Dora Cash ami the ptettv of them having the slightest resem- that would be created were a like numone Usual pricei of Admission Tickets at Mcltob-ertpair honored this ollleo with a call WedDrugstore blance of u Haw, while from the circle ber turned loose on quiet Manford. nesday. bancs a magnillcent crpss, composed of Besides litis, brick makers, brick layers, Gov. Ui'cKNCit, Judge and 11 stones much larger than in the circle, saw mill men ami numerous oilier truths Col. I Polk Joliuson passed up to .MM J. P. BURTON, Clerk. the centre stone being a much largeraud aro represented by hundreds of work tlleslKiro I uesdny to taku part in the iel- -' y the purer stone than any owned by the fam men, making Middlesborough ebration. busiest spot under Kentiickv's sun. ous "Alvin Joslin." Mhits. S. S. Mvkks and G. (5. Wine Fiom5(K)to 1,000 people attend the I will represent the .Stanford l.odgo of Odd Pinkmi.ii: sullered its third big tire iitiiii saies cacu nay umi tiierr eagerness Fellows at thu meeting of the Grand this year Moudav night, this ti.no in the to buy everything put up is surprising Lodge. at Luuisvillu next week. new part of the prospective city. It or- It matters not bow far the lot o He red is Tiik Misses Ilaiiglininii, of Stanford, iginated in the Bowman Hotel, which from the present site of the town, there went home Monday, having visited nu- was burned, together two stores belong- is a ready buyer and Auctioneer Kdmis-to- u merous relatives hereabouts. The Stan- ing to the Bowman Bros., a store ami has little or no trouble in securing ford Joi'itNAi. was right when it said dwelling of George Ringer, tliedry goods bidders. The prices realized so far are "they are a pair of beauties." Uichmond store of B. A. Fuson ami the handsome from s."-- to SI 15 per front foot ami Mime Climax. dwelling of J. It. Rice, valued at $:,O0O of tho most valuable portions of town Dr. GOLDSTEIN, the Celebrated Optician, A i.ah(ik party of girls and lioyo on The buildings hail all !een erected with- are yet to be sold. These prices for lands of I oinsvllle Is at the I'ortman House, Stanbe till y horseback weut chestnut hunting in the last 18 months. The Methodist which could have been bought for $1 ford, and will have their the ajd. Persons young eyes examined by him if or old should in the knobs. They did not get church was saved with great dilliculty. ptr acre two or three years ago shows theireesii;ht is defective, bo it from age or any other cause The Doctor's reputation for skill and any to speak of, but they did get a great The entire loss is estimated at S'JO.OOO. tpiite an advance in real estate as wellas reliability istoo well known to befneitioncd. Dr Ooldsiein has had a number of years ef experideal of enjoyment out of tlm ride and ence and has the reputation of being second to Tiik freight wreck on the Corbln branch what a day may bring forth. ramblo. 70 Cumberland avenue, three miles in none. in which an engine and live cam were Rubber-Line- d thrown down a length ami as straight as an arrow, is badlv used up by CITY AND VICINITY. the principal street and Wednesday put toe l.Vfoot embankment, threw all the trains , Nkw Qticcnswarc and Glassware at T. out of gear. The express Wednesday on an appearance not unlike Broadway, New York. It is fully as wide and as As Administrator of Mrs I. A Owsley, deed., I It. Walton's. oil-gra- in tltiint pass now u mi io..u auu inc. man in will on toe of life many people to the mile were walkinc Ukst beef steak at M. F. Klkiu's at 10 till It o'clock. There was no loss half-ben18, 1889, or riding horseback in a dead by tho wreck. John Fullom, a brake- cents per KJitnil. run up ami down attending to business Sell 10 tho highest bidder, at her l.itc residence on man, was caught between the cars and the Danville and Lancaster pike, Wk will pay the highest market price could not be removed for over an hour. for dear life. near DU River, Yellow Creek, which is naturally as for chestnuts, hickory-nut- s and walnuts. One of the cars was loaded with shelled Two large work Mules, 4 good llrood Mares in fosl, one 1 )car old Filly by Messerger llreere, Jont-Bros. corn, which ran down over him so fast crooked as a snake's path, is being t dam by Abdallah Messenger, id dam by IV . continu- straightened by the enterprising lot Denmark, 3d dam by Corbo; one Tiik family of Representative It. C. that one man bail to scratch it Filly by Messenger llrccrc, 1st dam dy I'llot who have already spent thousands Denmark, 3d dam by Corbo; one carlmg Killy Warren was increased by the addition of ally away fiom his face to prevent him of dollars and tho work is by V nxoo, 1st dam by Pilot Denmark, 3d dam by not yet a third smothering. A broken arm was his another girl Wednesday. Corbo; one jearlmg Filly by Socrates istdani done. A canal, six miles long, is itbo b) Morrison, id dam by Foreign; one jnirling most serious injury. Hurse Colt by Socrates, it dam by Abdallih being opened, thus preventing thu ov1 am daily opening u splendid line of .Messenger, ail nam uy mot uenmaru; Tiik Grand Rapids. Telegram of Aug. erflow which is no infrequent occurrence a.Stio pounds of Hemp, aco barrels ol Corn, O new fall and winter millinery, to which slacks of Hut. und the Fanning Utensils llettio Bernard Chase, as when Yellow Creek gets on a tear. I invite the attention of the ladies. Mrs. -- lth says: I will also at the same time Rent tho Bald rollicking, spirFurm good state of cultivation, with splen "Little Coquette," was a The street railway in Middlcshoiough All ii of 2104 Acrea to the highest abidder. Kate Dudderar. in ited ami dashing ideal of innocence, with is an enterprise worthy of mention. A did brick residence thereon. . sums under fur Tiik creditors of It. K. Barrow are di- a handsome face ami form, made attrac- sure enough engine with three comforta- T.rms that Personaltydays'Alltime without $10, cash; sum 60 interest over negotiable and pa) able in the Lincoln National rected to present their claims to the un- tive as the country girl, tho wniter in ble coaches attached run up and down Rank of Stanford, Ky. dersigned, properly verified, immediate- the restaurant or when she was glitter- Cumberland Avenue, out to tho depot 69 OWSLEY, Administrator. J ly, (i. M. Davison, M.C. ing witli diamonds in tho last act. ami around tho city. There are no char Whether singing or dancing or picking ges attachetl anil it is needless to state Tiik docket of tho Circuit Court will tho banjo she is tho samu piquant ami that it is liberally patronized, KEET SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such ns Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat not be called till Tuesday, Clerk James White Swelling, S philitic dineases In all its stages, Necrosis, Ac. Price $1 per bottle. winsome character, who charms thu SoO.OOO Tho new hotel, structure, the Iron tonic. It cures Dyspepsia IKON HITTERS Is P. Bailey tells us. Monday will bo enNov. 5, 1889, it HAVIS' keen appetite, enrichesthe most pleasant to take oj all and imparts new energy to the muscles give a Miss Chase is deserving of the blood, regulates the liver which lias been christened "Hotel Mid- On X tirely devoted to securing the juriis and and nersnus system. Price $1 per bottle. I will sell credit for surrounding herself dlesboroiigh," in honor of the town, is a OATLIFK'S WORM SYRUP is made of the best worm killers and expellers known to the medcharging tho grand jury. ical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price 5 which is conced- daisy in every sense of tho worth it is My with a supporting cast m m P"ATLlVFS MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, Ouu democratic friends should not for- ed to bo tho most evenly bnlanced that thoroughly English in build, has every And entire lot of Stock, consisting of Ac. Acts as cathartic. Price as cents per box. get to vote for Maj. Horry A. Kvuns for h.us graced thu stage in this city for some comfort that heart could wish and stands Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by the surveyor. He is a graduate of civil en- time. To sum up, the piece is n grand on as line a site as mortal eyes overlook-e- d 40 Head of Jack Stock, 40 Head of DRUG CO., Horses, upon. Flags of every nation are floatgineering 111111 is a thoroughly capable success, tho company is excellent ami no one should miss it if they wish to see the ed from it this week and gaudy bunting Consisting principally of llrood Mates and Includman for thu place. His name was omitTIMK. ted from thu tickets thu jailer candidates bright, sparkling star of tho comedy beautifies the windows, pillars ami cu- ing my fine stallion, ON on a limn, Also all oilier TTlflD' including crop stock necessary to carry hail printed, because at thu time it was stage. Be sure to see Littlu Coquette, polas. and farming utensils All sum under $10 cash; over that Terms can not better describe tho surround- amount negotiable note will be taken, payable in supposed he would bitvo opposition, but Monday night next. ' cash per cent Interest. ings of Middlesborougb than liking it to 4 mouths, with l6 and a years with 6 Landrunt, inbeen declared. none has and tiililice in pir Tiik Intkuioii Joi'unai. had a closucall LKVI 11UIUI1.K, an immense amphitheatre composed of terest from day ot sal:. Shelby City, Ky. Havinii sold out my furniture and from lire Tuesday night. While saun- mountains vary'ng in height from 1,500 68 undertaker's business. I desire to collect tering in Ids UBUid leisurely manner to to i.',400 feet above the sea level looking all accounts due me as speedily as possi- Ids ollice that night, Mr. W. A. Tribblo down upon an emtiemely favored valley, ble, that I may engage in other business. discovered u big light in tho Lincoln Na- as smooth as n pruiiio ami as fertile ns 1 hopo my friends and customers will tional Bank, which on investigation provA Adn nstrator of S. F. Cowan, deed., will on door-facin- g which the lands that border thu Nile. The nppieciatu my situation and make an ef- ed to proceed from tho makes the scene a peculiarly contrast 25, 1889, fort to thus accomodate inc. Respect- had caught tiro from tho stovo pipe grand ono and very plainly shows tho residence i miles fro n Hustonvillc, was very closu to it. Peto HampAt rut late fully, B. K. Wearen. Books can bo which wonderful handiwork of nature. in Lincoln county, Ky., sell publicly the ton and others broke into thu building of which lie died possessed, consisting found at Geo. 1). Wearen's. A grand reception was given Governprincipally ot and succeeded in putting out tho flames lluggy, Farm-in- g Two M ires, i work Mule, i Implements, Ac , Sc. As there seems to be some misunder- and deluging tho carpet of tho directors' or Buckner Wednesday evening, when Manager Arthur and tho other Terms' All sums of fioand over cash J oser that standing about it, we will say that thu room. They then ran to tho Intkuioii General amount, j months' credit on notes with interest order of the committee on tho primary JomtNAi. ollice abovo and llndingit filled big bugs fairly outdid themselves. Tho nnd personal security. JOHN N. MKN'KIT.E, Administrator. election makes it tho duty of tho ollicere with smoke supposed that tho lire was govornoiH of Tennessee nml Yirginia failed to put in ap- At the same tiiucand place and in the same man. but of the election to count thu ballots under tho lloor, which they piocecdedto were expected ncr, ns surviving partner, I will sell tho personleaving our own Governalty belonging to the linn of S. F. Cowan .V Son, each candidate receives uud certify thu rip up at a lively rate and turn tbiugs pearance, thus consisting of But tho llro was all out or Buckner to do the honors alone. result. Thu ballots nml boxes aro then helter-skelteWill keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture is Hogs, oo Sheep, a yearling Mules, All of tho Lancaster gentlemen wcni old Mull!, 1 Hull, Steer, 4 Milk Cows, i llrood promised to bo a destructive t.o bu returned to thu chairman of the and what My prices will be as low as such goods Mart) and Colt, Farming Implements and Ma. and Undertaker's Goods. u lot Oats, Corn in Shock county committee, who will with onu or conflagration was arrested by tho prompt to bu doing well and our townsman, Mat Chliery, sticks of Wheal,&c. ot Hay, about no can bo bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conifi having n regular picnic in more of tho committee again count thu action of tho gentlemen, to whom wo aro Woodson, Terms made known on day ol sale, K. 0, W. W, G. COWAN. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. 7o tho furniture business. under many obligations. bnilota and declaro tho result. Fivi: and 7 btisbcl barrels freHli wilt at MIDDLESBOROUGH. A SS NURSERIES It WMOllr Dealer T. It. Walton. your account. A. It. ' Groceries, Provisions, SALE AT SACRIFICE Hardware, Tinware, Stroud Property at Crab Glassware, Queensware Orchard, Confections, Tobaccos, &c, 1 '5, MAIU & SOMERSET STREETS, Walton's Opera House, October 21. STANFORD, KY. olli-cers- well-know- n Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. take-diargt- LITTLE COQUETTE, Fruit Jars, Tin Cans and Stoneware of the kinds. , best s' Prices Always Reasonable. Ik-nne- SAVE YOUR EYES. T. R. WALTON. to-da- ii OUR Weil-nesda- Celebrated Buell Boots1 Vamps, Have arrived; single and in hip and calf. Boys' extra plain and box Bro&an hifi Buell Button Boots; and box and liiv; plain boys' Boots In-in- PUBLIC SALE. Friday, October t, m Kn-gli- and men's sizes. Men's fine Shoes in standard screw machine sewed arid 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. in split, in child's, BRUCE & McROBERTS. .iili- i- PUBLIC SALS. Tuesday, The Great Remedies! e. Farm of 336 Acres, WIULIAMSBURG Williamsburg, Ky. 1 SEW MACK rumni HUFFMAN, KTTnTJH' v uHUF, .111 TlOE1 7 an PIIMDP, Administrator's Sale 1 Friuay, October in no-to- p r. 1 1 sr s dminysuss.. r.H.a.::- . . ," . - "T" t'TV" tHW Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT POPULAR SCIENCE. , HOME BUILDING. A Moitnrn Home to Coat four Tliounund Hollar, Containing In All Nina Itooins Nulled fur n Suburban Silo. Tho building of which wo an ox tcrlor vluw und floor plana Is u two-Rtorj Removal of Blutclicr Shop have moved ciy meal Mure across the atreet the Commercial Hotel, north side of Main at., whet I have fitted up With Increased facililie. I nin now better prepared than over to furniah the puclic with all klnjt ot fresh meats. M. F F.I.KIN. 60 I s. q. PHYSICIAN DAVIS, AND SURGEON, , Published Every Tuesday and Friday s xisrc YJBAit,iy advajstok TWhen not so paid $2.60 will be charged. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at 4:50 p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. l 3' P m Mail train going North 131pm South Express train " South ti37Pm ....3 17 am Norll ...030 am Local Freight North ....3 3SPB1 South. also carry pas.engers The latter train The above i calculated on standard time, Solar time ii about ao minutes fatter LEAYENKG POWER Of the various Baking Powders illustrated from actual tests. ROYAL (Pure); GRANTS' (Alum)... RUMFORD'S HANFOHD'S CHARM DAVIS (fresh) (when fresh) (Alum lewder). J and 0. K. (Alum)! I CLEVELAND'S PIONEER (San Francisco) CZAR DR. PRICE'S SNOW FLAKE (Guff's) CONGRESS HECKER'S CILLETS . KAHFORD'S (None Such), when not fresh. PEARL (Andrews S. Co.) RUMFORD'S (Phosphate), when not fresh. .. Eeports of Government Chemists. " The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pure and wholesome ingredients'. It does not contain either alum or phosphates, or other inG. Love, Ph.D." jurious substances.-EDWAR- D " The Royal Baking Powder Is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. " Henry A. Mott. M. D., Ph. D." "The Royal Baking Powder is purest in quality and highest in strength of any baking powder of which I have knowledge. " Wm. McMurtrie. Ph. D." All Alum baking powders, no matter how high their strength, are to be avoided as dangerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas too freely, or under climatic changes suffer deterioration. I THOMAS W.VARNON Is a Candldate.forthe Democratic nomln.it on for County Judge, subject ta the primary. Oct. la. , I G. B. COOPER Is a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Clerk, subject to the action of the primary election, Oct 19 i . j ! MISS KATE BOGLE Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. JOSEPH B. PAXTON Is a Candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. HARRY A. EVANS Is a Candidate for Surveyor of Lincoln county, subject to the Democratic Primary Election, to be held October 19, 1&S9. W. F. McCXARY Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject t.i the Democratic Primary Election to be held in October Tim Tho hyJraullo trernt much attention at Paris Just now. It Is tho dovclopmont of an old project of and attio frumo rcsidonco with i foundation ftlmril. tint wnll.ltnown French livdrauVla ' of brick. This houao contains ;ilno room. engineer. Tho trains nro without locotuo- - all larffo, well lighted and eunvcnlciitly nr lives nnd tho carriages without, wheels, ranged. , being supported on broad rail raised somo I It will bo seen by rcfereuco to tho floor distance above tho ground by motnl blocks. plans that tho reception hall, p.irior, und dining room can bo thrown Hcforo tho trnin Is set in motion, water un- - sitting-roodor pressure is forced through valves in , into otic largo room by menus of thu sliding these bcuntiK blocks, so that tho latter arc doors nnd archways. This house Is 41 ft. 0 lifted off tho rails nnd are carried on n thin in. wide by 48 ft. (1 in. deep. Kstlmiited cost of house, (4,000; this estimate, of course, rtlm of water. Tho sumo agency Is emwill vary somuwhiit, according to tho localployed topi opcl tho trains, n ple, convening water under pressure, being laid in tho ity In which It is built. From n handsome veranda 10 fUxlO ft. iu center of the truck; from this plpo at short Uo ivo enter tho vestibule, 4 ft. 0 in x5 ft. s with peculiar-shatM.intcrvuls riso st nozzics controlled by n tup. Ileueuth From tho vcstibulo wo pass into tho recop- f U it in. in Mn. In the each carriage Is u long frame in which ureJ lion hall, l'J a number iif pullets, the surface or wiiica front of the hull nnd connected by nn urch- rat, bo acted on by tho jot escaping from tho ' uozzles. The action Is extremely slmplo; , the train being water-borne- , and there fore iiuving Its ftlction rcduco.it to u vciy great , extent, is set in motion, and us soon as It o ens tho valve passes tho tlrst stand-pipcontrolling the nozzle, when n stream of ' water under pressure m forced ugaiust the pallets under the carriages, ucccleratiug tho speed of tho latter. As soon as each carriage passes tho vnlvo contt oiling tho nozzle is shut, ml remains cloned until tho succeeding eurriago uions It. Tho pluns of M. Olrurd have been worked out in their present form by jr. llarre, who claims many advantages for the system. Tho A rot It THOCSANJI DOl.LAIl IIOL'sn. length of line ljld down on tho Esplanade tleslnvnlides Is about two hundred yard 4, way is tho parlor, 13 ft.x.1" ft. in size, with To tho left of and tho speeds attained are very considera bay window and parlor and connected by sliding doors is tho ble scloulltlc American sitting-room- , 13 ft.xl5 ft. in size. In tho Vtilliiw I'lsiiKint In Hutti-ilUr- . connected also with rear of sitting-room- , on the wings of lepidop-terou- s sliding doors, is tho dining-room- , Tho 15 Insects uro for tho in.'st part proba- ft., with large bay window und a flro- bly duo to purely physical causes, but in , place. In the rear of dining-room- , but com- somo oases pigments nro undoubtedly pros-caplctely shut olT from front part of house, is A jellotv pigment, which is found ' tho kitchen, U ft.xir. ft. In size. The pantry in Its purest form In the common English IsSfUxI'J ft. Entry between kitchen, din brimstone butterfly, and ulso may bo deund reception hall is Sft-x-0 ft. tected In tho wings of n very largo number This story is 10 ft. II in. high in tho clear. leuidontcra. can bo obtained All woodwork on this floor excepting tho tf Trom tho wings by simple treatment with ' kitchen and p.iutrv is hard wood finished in hot water, in which it Is freely soluble, and 0i. may bo Identified by its yielding n marked Tho second story contains four chambers, murexido reaction, when evaporated with a bathroom and stoio-room- . Tho chamber ultrio neid, und afterward treated with am- - over parlor Is 13 f t.xl" ft. In size, with flro nouia or potash. Tho common brimstone I place. Connected with tills chamber It butterfly yields somewhat less than a mill! - ' a dressing-roo5 ft.xll ft. fl iu. in slzo, nnd gramma or pigment from enon Insect; a closot 1 rt. 0 lu.x5 it, (Jliatnbcr above sitting-roolarger foreign species, such ns thoso is 13 fUxH ft. In size, with to the species Culhdryus, may yield closet 3 ft. d in x3 ft, 0 in. Chamber above us much as four to ttvo milligrammes. Ex- - dining-roois 13 ft.0 In.xU ft. Gin, with nmiuatlon of tho pigment reveals Its near re-- , closet 3 ft. 0 iu.x3 ft. 0 iu. Chnmber over bttionshlp to inycumclic acid, u yellow derivative of uriu acid; und the nuthcr suggests that it may Ksslbly be u condensation f. isITT product or urio nnd mycomeiio acids. F. G. Hopkins. Flnxililn Mnlnlllo Tubing. T" Considerable interest was shown at tho lirusscls exposition iu l&SS in a form of ilex -- 1 ii)lu metallic tubing exhibited by the Bels1..I gian and Colonial Flexible Metallic Tubing Company, of lirusscls, Uelglum. Tho tubing was formed by wrapping strips of metal spirally around a mandrel. Tho metal strips vere bent over at both sides und a thin, narrow rubber band was inserted to prevent leakage. Tho tubes could bo bent In any direction, were perfectly tight and wcro claimed to possess great resistance to UTTlNt fASloa p Doth internal utid external pressures, and 'o be easily handled uud repaired. They were to compete witn rubber hese in its various applications, nnd, according m to present accounts, hnvo met with a fair shaio of popularity. Tho tubing shown at rtooa ri.vr Brusf els was of brass and of n wide variety kitchen is 11 fl.xl2 fu In size. Bathof sizes.- - iSeienttilc American. room, 5 It xl3ft. ; store-room- , 5 ft.xO ft. 0 In. TrrmliniMit of I'lieiiliiiiulu by Applit'iiliun Tlireo largo chambers nnd n billiard room can bo tinUhed off In tho attic, but arc not of . Dr. Kieautit, writing in Duotiocim, a Fin-ai.- included in the present estimate. All woodwork tn tho second story Is pine medical jouruiil, b tat est hut ho lias now limn 10J cafs of pneumonia finished in oil. Tho tlrst story of this troatctl no with ice, und with tho best results. Though bouso it clapboards, the second story and ton of tho LMRU3 won! of doublo pneumonia, r.tly three out of tho wholn number sui notwi'htUindlns that tho epidemic .vus by no means a alight one. The method, uloptul was to apply ow r tho uffeoted iung r nn bus containing ieo eontlnu-o.HlAs.wmJm i for from twelve to twenty-fou- r hours utter tne erisn. In addition to the local fjl '' . i'eutmeut the patient b wore given such In .- -... medicines ns nro usually employed, thtrt 19 J, tosay,npiuin,Ipeo.ifu;inha.di?iu'li, brundy, etc. Tho method has, wo mat rcmarlt, re ' . -- " .lvcttof latebome attention iu this country London Lancet. S e Ititlltvajr. railway Is a novelty In M'l W'f- "VKIWON-- 1v V. HJHBMBslilHf'sBHBH ffinri sssssssms F Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Special attention given to diseases of children Hi I Illy one Acres of for on FOR SALE. ,nnd City,sale Call No.cr Ky. address A K Dcnui.Shc I i 1 58-- lf A WARNING. We will p osecnte li the full extent of the law every person found on our with gun nnd dog or net. J O LYNN' ' Mm Al ICIt TL'CKKK. 68 HARRY A. EVANs, CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL STANFORD, KY J. T. STJTTOIT I JUiflBflKQBtLaYi4sBHHstMkll Mnmiiiii jc tiiikfciilfiiiiiLlWuiLiiJwrw IWHBsjUsnrWHsil30il!swJ!KWi7iii 5c COv. HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are still In the business ntnl ready to dn at y thlni; in the Undertaking line W e have a full stock of Cases nnd Ciuki'lsof all kinds and Kobel Our hearse, whuh Is nearly of every Mr J II new can Le oblaineil n short nonce Green has ch.irK'olrur businvss and will show our foods In any one needing .iiiythniu in our 64 tf line )"' rOB SAXiE.3 My Now Kousu on Main Stanford, Ky For terms apply to Mr IIIKB,,, omm ru,ui m mr .11 foii-m- Engineering and Surveying in all branches. 3' 1. urm: n Shoes i, ij iioI.mks. St., FOB, II. V. EstabliNhcd 1825. nTSIJB,AlTCE Mer- On Dwellings, Household Furnitiif, Stores, chandise, Al , apply to the old IB :es IE Jt h?6 Rails, Shingles and For Sal?. Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. Lightning clauses attichcd anJ damages paid whether flic ensues or not (iFO II 11KUCF, Agent. 17 Pa3SaHJ,,?;ilsv 11 Ten Thousand Shingles. Misses' and I have on hand Men's, Women's Children's Shoos, made by Alter, Fur stood . Co. and Mundelle, which I will sell at the very hwest prices t have bought them nnd the)' must be sold My stocl. i complete and those who wunt baieains can get them by railing. I mean bust V C II A ILL V, Turnersvillc. Flat K.tils acd 10,000 Poplar Jnhn Weber and Henry Claus have opened a Wholesale llrer llottltnit business at Junciiou llty and are iifprired 10 furnish the p.ililn in hoses .. a ilnjrn taiiiira, at verv rejoiittle rat's. Send jour orders 10 them durct at Junction City WOOD 313 WALLAGE I STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. A Jlrc-plac- o. On Somerset street, at present occupied by Mr. (i II Cooper A srry desirable plaie and lan be obtained at a bargain Address or call on W II. ANl)KrlON, lUrper, Kansas, Or P. M McKOUKK lb. Stanford, Ky. Louisville, llrick House and Lot, FOR SAIE I Outfittor Mon'sFouttli Avenue, - C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Kentucky. All persons wishing a pleasant life and well pleased wife let ihem use Patent Hour made at Stanford Roller Mills Call for it at your grocery, and if they have not K)t it oil hand, urge them to keep It, or cet an order from them and Kel it at the Mill .Hid I "ill guarantee a pleasant and interesting laimly V N I'd ITS, Superintendent os inry, tcd and gale Stable Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, "TAN FORD. KY -. coloi-effect- s ft-xlS FABM FOR SAILS 58 I factory prices. Wells drilled o order and Pumps lurmshed J" t, ing-roo- I wish tnsell my Farm of 170 Acres, situated (n the llyattsvtllc and Kitkitille pile, 4 miles irorn Lancaster It is well waten-d- , has upon It a comfortable dwelling house, stable, orchard in fact, all the necessar) conveniences. I hare also four other tracts I would sclU i. IfflY, x. Hitici:, Ml SALE day-flyi- ug J HANSIIMtKY WUST, Hyattawllc "i: STABLE, STANFORD, KY. SPKCIAL ATTKNTIONto COMMKRCIAI. Horses and "mules bought and sld. travelers horsesand vehbles used ill llery Only Also agent for 'he first-cla- ss For Sale at a Sacrifice. 171 1' ij W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. I ONDON, KY , Oood turnouts and saddle horses always lar hlr on reasonable trrms London Is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in th 10 in the mountain s nonof the tate Is AND DAIRY FAIt.M of to Acres A milts in l.eascnworlh county. Kansas, within 15 dwell-InWALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- of KansasCuy, Mo. All lenied; smoVe house, 10 acres cf fine bear-mbarn and and other apple orchard, J acrrs uf i;'JI' small fruit magnificenllv watered by 'never I Country thickly settled and churchsprings Land aitjoiuinj es schools and railroad near nn of m yll'ii I and no better held at $40 10 $jo per acre 'I here is Ihp wish to sell uikn twoin mles 61 acres situatedThe from Stanford Ine.itler a fortune in this for an industrous man. Price land is all In grass; a comfortable dwelling 01 4 Spcr acre on easy terms. Address rooms is situated upon it Will sell at a bargain, JOHN M. PHILIPS. t. A IIKNF.DICT,. Stanford. 41 Koom6oN Y Life Building, Kansas City, Mo. fail-in- s THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, For Sal Proprietor No Hotel In Kentucky has a better rrpuiation, and its pr prieior is detrrmins J th't . shall be maintained. He has recently ai'Jeil tn Its appointments Ar-t- , r I - - 1 1880. " " 1880. NEWCOMB gtj TROT SI TW-ElTTTrr KENTUCKY'S CREAT MT. VERNON, KY. HOTEL. Pool nnd Milliard Parlors Also A First-Clas- n llotclis still maintain This old and Ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public M. P NKU'COMH. Prep., s Livory Stablo Tn accommrala e the dmiands of his increased transient patronage, llctt 'turnouts furnished Commercial I raeicrs and others Sj.tl Ml Vernon, Ky, BACES. 0. IJtuiH. ASSOCIATION, TIFF. OALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. H. M'ROBERTS, STANFORD, KY. M. D., H g.'lO.COo li KENTUCKY HttiUoH iitul H. B. i T. --s- LKXINOTON, OCT 141019 rij Class, Pacing Class, Trotting o Iltue-Uras- Friday, uciouor loiu. . Office on Lancaster Street, opposite Cun-lloui- e Having removed to this nlace from Liberty, to .... .. aiti in ..K.iAn --.. ,lia. .1 Ills practice ..l. pruicssiuu. dll. .! MiiTiiwvii tit pub lie to the fact that be ill be ready at all hours aay or nucnuu answer cans in sown or luunuj. Thirty years ofhls tile were sttcnt in Stanford and he deems it unnecessary to speak ot his ability as j snare i me puruu- a pnyslclin alio sureon it the people ofStanford and vie nity isasked THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. j , f . RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- - le 33 .. s sh EEL p- India-rubbe- y Pu IMPORTANT CHANCE OF TIME. Pure i.joo Class, Trotting On and after Sept 1M9. the time ol trslns on Mallinn Stakes, a jo Class. y nominations . 1.750 6so theN N. &.M V.K D "Old Kenlusky Kosite" Futurity Slaves, 1 )car olds M.. will be as fsllaws F.ntnes to Purses close Siturday. Sept 1 Is. t.esmnlan 11 sja. m Fait mall daily es f.scursion Kates on all railroads. Ladies Iw on " $ J" l Accomodation, " o i p. m " Vesiibuled F.s "p! rvjoHsroN. 11 n a tiimon, l.esinjtau dailyes. Sun tioa 11 Accom arr 41 p m. Sec'y, l.esincton, Ky President 67 last mall. ' !.esinton daily i 47 P- '" Vctltbulcd Kx ut 7 ju a. ii. uaiiy aHU Iralns liMtiui: l.isitiktion arriviniratlojtpmdailjhase been withdrawn Saturday, October 10th, Stakrs, Purse 1,000, ' INC TO ROOMS. TUKKIbll A RUSSIAN MATHS IN HOTF.L. a 10 "" a a a a. p B V irnr - P M. a P ;? V 3 1 CO " s Kentuckv Central ft. B. J i j i vWpno,on- - j l- - S. A. illlOMIIKRO.Tras "il.lTIO GIIASH HOl'TK." THE SHORTEST AND Lexington, Ky. Pass. Ant , vm w o CO J L.. r QUICKEST ROUTE I FOR KENT. ssssssss. p ca e . Fom half tho ,vorld3 from Kuropear. beet rcot. Science, cheuiiHtry uud mpchanical skill h.tvo combined to transfer the habitat of u SAJI DI. .rimo necessity of llfo from tho tropics, where only it was supposed it could bo ns Jailer of Lincoln Is a Candidate for county, aublcct to the action of the Democratic produced, into tho northern latitudes. Science lias shown tho way to prepare the iPa'tyr soil fu-it- , has overcome nil tho mechanical piobieiiis LLCossury to the extraction of tho G. S. n.igur,' itiuiurx cultivation prolltnble, und IsaCandidato for lailer of Lincoln comity, sub- fiven employment to tens of thousand of ject to the action of the Democratic party. tvagu canters, ami all this within tho last twenty yeuis. The future of this great In duHtrj seems almost boundless iu its po si N. Unities. Chicago Tribune. Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of J'oJ :t).'in DUros I the (.iticoln County Democracy. Before the Victoria Institute Jl Navillo recently gnve uu account nf his latest L"'pt. an discoveries. Tun lecturer giivu u Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, uiscription of hi discovery of Itubasils, tsliere ho tiueartlied iiiiuiurons inscripsubject to the action of the Democracy. tions dating liaclc to tho Fourth Dynasty, Lnnicng mhei'd somo riferrlng to Cheopn, sitouing that ho reigned over ml Egypt, of the, shepherds or .Is a Candidate fjr Clerk of the Court of Appeals, M..710 to tho iuvasit subject to the action of rhe Democratic party. iivKsos, wiiu jroni buiii'j 01 limit- - monu- August, i&n, Klec.iou .netts found, wereclearly highly cultivated, and came frtm Mesopotamiii. Among heir Htutues uitcanhoil were tw.iof Apopl, the Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln to tho action of the Democracy. County,ub-jee- t OTIS P. NEWLAND OWENS I'inri'if Already more than de-iv- ed Ili-n- t Mi(,iir. II -- o'jsrnr is H vMl jjl di I t- KENTUCKY CENTRAL ..... To all roinls Within a half mile of Kentutly, 1 A Good Kouso&260 Acros P a o 0s C5 a a a t- B - r rt rr t tt itr r FAST LINE PT ' BETWEEN ' LEXINGTON SCIIKDlH.r. SICONO & No CINCINNATI. u, 1M9 IN EFrKCT MAY The land can be Of land, 40 Acres In c'oer rented as a whole r in panels, t go In corn or small grain, subje' t to tdc preference of renter, wmild prefer to rent f. r a si ries ill yets. on Danwlle' asetiue, A first class In btarding hniiM-- , cnchl laige rooms; liouir ma good state ef repair, within .1 few feet of the bus Ihss portion of the l'in. Address 66 Mrs ) M ANDKRsON, l.im.ist.r. Ky 1 p 1 P o 3 a 35 0 r o ro ro P- - P W CO 2. 13 p-- fLOCS South-ttoun- CARPENTER J. 5IENEPEE E. I. KENNEDY JI. F. Brinklcy 11 1 R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., DENTIST. ' gard to tint I'har.ioh of olacra of hlgu iuteros-- . aohurJe,,h,l.U li,cn,tonr in Exodus, und liuccliiirliii). Office on Main stred, opposite Portman House, upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Cms uhon for painless extracting. STANIOKI). KENTUCKY. WALLACE E. YARNON. 'Stanford, ----- This suhstatioi', v.hci, 11s known, !s tin 0 huudiitl Lines Hwectet'thiiii sugar, i bcgliiulug to bo lelt by t:.e licet hugar manufacturers u- - a ver.t dan ecrous enemy. It 'i stilted Hint in (lorraany, already, so W. B. touch s.ieeharino has b.on ttiadn ns to run Jer 5 UK) ions of beit sugar supei Uuous. DENTIST. It is principally employed in tho raepara- Office South side Main street, in office recently lion of fruits uud tlio production of sweot llqiiors, Ills not it food stuiT. vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, hUnfoid, Ky Indeed, It lias boon cuiideuiuid by eminent medical authorities usillrccl.y projudiciul to health. Tho sugar manufacturets uro of tho opinion that sacehariuu should only bo sold by Attorney at Law, cl'Stulsts. France, Itmy unci rorlugul nra already contemplating imposing 11 tux upon DR. PENNY, Kentucky. it .Sonnlliltt Sir William Gull says that whon f.igged out by professi nal work ho recruits his stiength by eating raibiusaiid notbydrluk-x.- x wluo or brandy. Another goM saying from tho same soureo: A pint of wurm water ttiken on nn Notice James Kubanks, Admr , I'lfT, empty st. much iu tho morning Is tho safest vs. to Creditors. uuil surest of all etucdles for habittiut con James Eubanka' II rs. and Cri. sLpatlon. Itdlssolve tho fecil mutter and All persons having claims against the cUste of stimulates purist.tltlu action, thereby glv- .. ,. .. Tumi's Kubanks. deed., are hereby notified to file " ".iai iicuou wiuiout, pain, tl mo Them with the undersigned Commfa.loner properly' " day of OLtober, ' lnguo is uoated Hjuocza 11 lomon into tho t)rovenundctifie1by the ivth cs C M OAVlbO.V, hi C. L. C C IBS.;. water uuil dtinic vl huut sweetening. Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin-Icounties and in the courts of appeal Office over McKolerts & Stagg's drug store. S IIIiiIn, Lincoln Circuit Court. J 1 1 . , .... gables arc of dimension hhlnglos with cut corners. Tho roof Is of roil bluto. Wintlon'H or. front of house glazed with jilato glass. All vludow3thfougliout tlio house uro sup plied with nml lfnoti corIh Large window In htulrway is gluyisl with studied glass. Hot and cold water throughout linnsn. Tim iivtiinatn wn h.irn ,i . ..1 .1 Kiicuin uui'u muu mu uu 111 iu I'VL'iv hiiiii, 111111 11. win uum iiiuiuriam ploto tho houso ready for occupancy with tho exception of heating nppjratUH, inuii tols und gas Hxtures. For this design wo nro ludchted to Sir Georgo tt". livers, utcliliei't, Detroit, Midi The Ksllit of Mmiiltliiu." Wlillo e 11 (iron nm ininth inorii indulged In this hl'h than ovorhefore. and they are still tho victims oT 11 barbarous custom. I refer to tho praotfeo of whip ping us punishment. Though it has long since been largely abolished in our own uud utbor countries us 11 most Inhuman mode of puuisliinent, littlo children uio still beaten, cuffed and spunked by fond (1 parents iu a luostuiicousclotiab o manner. "Sparo tho rod and spoil tho child." was intended iu my estimation In 11 purely tnetu phnricul sense. It is pretty generally conceded that cuffing children on tho head uud cars Is frequently fraught with tho most serious results many cases of deafness und even brain disease having arisen from this practice. Evils ipiiio us grave, I utu nssured by a ludy physician of exlenslvo prujilce, result from tho punishment known us "spanking." Wows given with tnoro or less and greater or les-- frequency In t e region of tho spina will, slio contends, cause serious bruin or spinal trouble. Moreover, tho stuto of tho bruin and nervous system have, a great eflect upon tho disposition, and tho ahoclc which inay possibly mum 0110 fault muy, by disordering uud deranging tho nervous system, produco faults of a much greater und more complicated tint re. It may couso.o b into peoplo to know thnt tho physician referred to does not regard switching us opoii to tho sitino objections us spunking, uud let tho Tnilowera of Solomon s precept sen thut they literally use tho rod nml not tho hand, uud thus do as littlo harm as possible. Would thnt nil parents could bo couvlnced of tho evil of tho wholo prucuco. Ladic3' Homo JournuL Bath-wolglit1 1 1 iuwi-uiu-cons-doios 11 .. No. 4. No 6 1.x J I'.s Sun. Daily Sun. jc pin. 'cr.Hi.BiiXjTonsr CKAII OKCHAUI). KV Dealer In 2. " r s--s ' I.ve Cincinnati .. I.ve CovniRton. I.ve Falmouth... Arr Paris Arr I.exinKlon I.ve Paris Arr Winchester. Arr Richmond.., Arr Lancaster. . Stanford I.ve Kichmond Atr llerea Arr l.oiiniituii... . North-llQuud. 8 10 a m1 3 ao n in 8 09 0 44 a in 9 17 11 10 a in id aj 11 on p m It 00 1 lm 11 3. t--f 01 p p p p mi tn 45 p m 4 08 p m 1 m. m 6 30 p m S ii 1 ao 05 4 4 1 a rf ......... p m p in jo o p in to p m.. ..... o so p ; in 30 p m " Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps .. Hoots, 5- - 53 siiocs. doming, u..rinarc, iuecns-wareFlnuare, hurniture and a Fancy Candies, Cron Ties, Ac. , n. jaHsisBKW'svpy- - CO s to w Ccnoral Lino of Crocorios, All kinds of Product) l.iVcii in 45 P '"I p mi 3 i $ jo p mj esihange for goods fa p CO No. 3. S 10 No. t. No.S. POSTED. - P-- (9 n ' j ' 00 a 111 5 a in iiJ". a.t in in 7 00 7 40 a tn 9 41 a in a 40 p in 6 3 30 p 111 7 4 ro p in 7 JL-'-1 I.ve Lexiugtun .. 3 15 p in 7 Lve Paris 4 3 p in 8 p in 9 Lve Falmouth,, . Arr Covington. .. 6 35 p in 10 p ml 10 Arr Cincinnui ,. I.ve Livingston.. I.ve llerea. A" Kjcliinon.l. I.ve Maninril I.se Lancaster ... Arr Kichmond..., Le Richmond.. Arr Winchester 10 a ill 4& ri' 3 (S 4 3S 5 07 7 ao 7 a in a m 00 a in S3 a in '3 35 45 This notice fireims hunters, fishermen and others nnl to trospsas on our lands without per mission, as all such will lie protecuted to the full- est eiteut ol tno law MitiedOKO D HOl'I'KK, T. I HILL, M S. IIAUOHMAN, I M. McKOllI'.HIS.JK. KUIiT. .MCM.lSlhK, l,i: IIKlJUh S II. IIAb'lillMAN S. 11. SHANKS A M FKI.ANI) MKS.HKNRVilAUOH.MAN. K.T I'KNCK JOHN W. IIOI.MKS, A. I. HAVDI'N. I' L. I'AKltlMI, P nt M I. RICHARDS. I"" D. V. HOLMKS. p m l'MILllKKr K1CHAKDS p m 3. o rs tn p- CD m. (0 M t1 as n m WM.ADAMS&SON, 41 I'I'OMIWAY, 11 35pm daily except Sunday. No, 43 leaves Lexington 1005 am; arrives Paris 1045 am, except Sunday No 8 leases', incinnat! 5 15 pm; arris rs P'almnuth 770 pm; except Sunday, No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives Cincinnati 75; am; except Sunday No 3 leaves Clnciniutf 8 30 am; arrives Falmouth 1030.1 m; Sunday only. No. 33 leaves Falmouth 4 15 p m ; arrives Cincinnati 6 15 pm; Sunday only. Train Notes No, t runs dally between Lexington and Cincinnati, No .( runs d.iilj between Cincinnati and Lsxingtoii. Nus. a nnd 6 make connections at Winchester lorpoiutsoti the N. N A- M. V. Hy No. 4 makes this connection nt Lexington, IMPORTANT -- Trains of this line now arrive at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Statinu Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Kast and West. Through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. E. H. I1ACON. $. F. 11. MORSE, Traveling I'ass'g'r Ag;t., Oen'l Pass'g'rAgt., Covagton, Ky. Lexington, Ky, H.B, HUNTINOTON, Oeneral Manager. r.KNKRAL OI'FICKSt Chamber ol Commerce lluilcling, Cincinnati, 0 - On theMaysville llranch, No 9. leaves Paris at and No. 11, at 54s. P in, arriving at Maysville at in 25, a m, and 3 10, p in. No. 10 leaves .Maysville at 5,15 a m, arriving at Pans at am. No, i) leaves Maysville at I 10 and 740, arrives at Paris st 4 05, p in, These trains are 8 00, a m R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCF.SSOR TO LEXINGTON, - KV M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, 611 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENITJOKY. Tho Nobbiest & Most Stylish Stock of COMPANY n ir 1 , 1 II A T world-renown- : CO'S. HATS ir CREAM LEXINGTOIM.KY nsss a m m .1 J ll vcr brought to tho city ol Louisville, now open 'eluding the KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & And also my own importation of Knglish Hat. snd Cnps. An elegant linn ol Canes nnd Lyon'i Celebrated Uuibrellia always on hand. Kin ivami I SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS Cloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders out side of city solicited)- - perfect satlsfactlor gturjn i teed. Don't tail to order NOIIHY IIA'I kmmif: