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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889102501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. McKINNEY. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 4839. TEACHER'S COLUMN. NO. 73 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. "Ma- Hiram Colliei's ly Mac," "win" a nice at Lexington last Tuesday. Nellie Fret; Company cave a very satisfactory entertainment to u fair- sietl audience at the Opera House last Monday evening Miss Amanda Andeison is formally announced in this week's isue of th News as an independent candidate for superintendent of (Jiuritrd conn- ty. Our gallantly forbitls comment. The jailer's race seems to bo the one which will give thu republicans of this county trouble in making a nomination, ' as there aru several candidates. Come out boH and our "injun" is certain to catch the front man. The Young Gentlemen's Hop Club, gave an impromptu imp at "Miller Hall" Wednesday eve in honor of Miss Fisher, a charming little lady who is visiting Mre. M. II. Owsley. The party took midnight lunch nttho "Daisy." Junius H. Walker, son of Wade II. Walker, was married to Miss Deatheragu of Madison county, on Tbursday. Ap Price, oldest son of the late Napoleon Price, was united in marriage to thu beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mr, Jou Francis, formerly of Madison, but now residing at the Jack Uurnside --- Alox Moor.', of thin place, and the , beautiful Ml Flora Smith, of Siansbur-ryMo., won married lust week nt that place. The committee compound, of Siitirea lo-- ; Lynn, iiowli ami Kllk appointed to Me- cato h toll gato on tin TurncrHvillo, Kinney ami Coli'oy'a Mill Turiiplkf, lioM their meeting here l.wt week, but math' no report. V. V. AiulurHon, of Ucorgin, ,(ioorge W. Carter Hhippeil a for $170. of hogi to Cincinnati. W IIHh Uotiten, JatneH T. MeKinney and Uobt Kouteu have deliered their wheat to K. hon-e. John S. to, Murphy, .lr colli n combin- ed car-loa- d i Tanner at 712J. J. II. Vanhook has returned from a' EDWIN C. COLGAN. visit to llrodhead. lie reports that town a boom. Several duelling neaiing, on lwI,lUvil of thi(, ,wier a " completion; Albright .;i. l'r;c" MW Kl.Ilini( tttm.iwatl&i ,,,! generoun Louring mill ,,(, C()lpm t commodious hotel; the n ,1Mjl Hei.kf , ami ready or opera ion. , ., ... , , ,, , , is coinplctcl ltliverycM.cilyforiimklHHmMimir,jwoiii1i(jIiUiiliiil u m ((jr e.,UHl to any In the country, hurcww to Uiltk m,ulll. ,lllCBr,u,nty 0. that town ami all of its hospltahle nti- - ,,, ,8 lwia ,,.m0iHtnitil and ho has ll''"been suddenly called from the sphere of -- Mrs. AnnloMevens has returned to m:Uu) ,,:,, j,.,,,.,, her homo at Madison, 1ml. Her mot - ,,L.lllIly Hork w,t,IBUll,,ell 0Ve.ity, leaver, Mrs. Dr. Smith, accompanied bur to ftK vifl. a1 t.,liltlrtll ,mtI k.j.ioil8 of Nicholnsvllleforafewdays visit to her frk.lltrt to Iimurn ,)1m ,IlUillll.ly ,U,,tll. nitjn iii. niv SHI. J I IvTOW Hptllll Mr. Colgan was born, s.iys the I.i.iliiL'ton trots last week. Hob Mcln- villi' Times, in louisvil!c, Oct. :t. 18f. "hfngWH inchlsshippinc" lot I t. t.tered tho army in September, 18l, erry ami lie am, from this place, lunar j llmM1K,,llt u. w,,r , (i,lirk. have been visilinc riem s at Dauvill. . of WHM ()f Morp(.H rom. L.M.Oray, of Danville, has been here u.,mno( talkinc New York Life Insurance to ho TvM m W1(14 for eight niontlm a ,,rlt. lioyn. Will Hailey, Jr., has accepted .rof W1,r )lt Camp ull(lw Afterward clerkship in the Tribble House, June. W1lllllv, ,, lmj iI1(llH1H ,,, Ohio raid tionC.ty. Will Is a nice, oo.l follow, 1(y n prHl)lu.r , c )(niiiAM for , ,Nn ,,0 Hl,nt inl0 Ul0 and we will miss him. Melvm it James ,,, suspended work Friday for the boys tO)(rm, i1lfl,,H.M Mlti, ,IW brother, John Orchard CO to their homes nt Crab Colgan, in I)u,8ville, Mi.d as bo engag- voto in tnu primary, r . .11 . . ,. , ..1- w nl thnt I(HMtIo for yiw, . .. .. .... ..1..... ,, 0M.,1C1, mu , ,1(t own teniltnir llic .m.iiiic ununiiiiip-,,0 lur isville, this week. Misses .Mil tie urow p,,, ,, ll0WJ,INIH.riairinr ,,, 1S7W 0I1 tlt and lHle I,wis are in Uumv.lle attendJournitI c.01lUmiin(. , t,at pa- of ,C the National Convention '; lcr mill, Ihsa M,Kin ,l0 wenl oll tllt. Christian Church. ,,ortl Uu ..,,,,,11,. returned to the. l ami finally became ctl-- ; CHURCH AFFAIRS. ilor of the Hardin County Messencer at Hro. Ihtrneu will preach at l.exinc Klizahi'thtown. He started tlm Messen- ton buntlay. . vi'.iru lU'd unit i'iT nt Pi lie i illn iilimit fun . 11. .1.... " ...11 Ilov. l. J. iotiouyci..ieu,M,..eiu..K wry mvmy Hl0tl tho new town of at McKemlruo Wednesday. 1 hero wore Mil(Ul.M)milKl, 1U( liH ll0int.( IUi bej:ilI, no additions, but the membership tie puhlivutluii uf tliu CuiiibirlHiul Gap, much reMved. which stiivinc to mako h valna- --The protractiM mectinc at the wIkmi death bo duddenly ' list church will bvciii Sunday. Kev. Mr. ovl.rUMjk lm lis u jfe W1W iMis)) j.larr I,. ,,,,.,,.,,,,.,, ,.,,,, tu - ,.,..,,, l" 1 - ''' , Edited by Miss Alice L Stuart. l)Kllt TKAC UKItH A Nil FKI.I.OW I.AIIOK- kiw: -- Havinc been elected editiessof the Lincoln County Teachers' Association, I now becin work, akiuc you to be leni ent in your criticisms ami for your co- operation, for the success of tiny under- takinc de)unds larcly on the interest manifested by thoio onc-cctherein. In this Association we are stiivinc for better public schools in Kentucky. We lmu splendid colleces, excellent private schools ami our city hchools cannot be surpassed. We have a noble State ami our public schools are one of the ble-s-iit confers upon its people. Thofo educated in them heroine identified with its interests ami keep alive that noble public sentiment which cements the public cood. What a Macnation there is in sociiL'ty when self alone is thought of, when country anil kind aiu buiied in the crave of universal selfishness I As patriots ami christians, therefore, it becomes us to prize our schools, to give tliuirbeuelitrt to the children ami to improve them iih much as poinible in our day. All we do for them is done for the country, for thu Church anil for the world. Their licht is not confined to one community. It reaches to the remotest corners of the norld and remolds the bai baric. How can a person birve his country and kind better than in chine the risinc generation a true education'.' The future prosperity of our IOTffli EGMPSE Of tlic sun does not more thoroughly obscure the lustre of that heavenly body than does 'm-Iioo-! t Obscure those of our most formidable competitors. The Winter Is upon us. Season WE ARE EQUIPPED For it as Never Before with the MOST MAGNIFICENT STOCK -- place. H. Oi'al ,, -, . - 1 .i Iji-be- Courier-Journa- i 1 "' s Lynch, of Danville, will (Jeorco Hunt in its conduct. -T- 1 alor J of Kentucky has ilecitletl to locate a Suite Collece for males ami females at Hariodsburc, to cost upwanls of JL'O,- -, 01 hoColorexl Methodist Lonleronco ; To secure morphine when they want fnc law ami onler iiiacKeiieu; ami nan a, Cedar and Locust Posts. s We will carry a I ill stock of everj thing found in a it, a man 01 woman under the inllueiue dozen homes biol;en up. Lumber Vard. M .A. C SINK, Ilusiness Manager. of the habit will do anything. There is -hid head re- Mr. I.uslifortl eiatehetl no petty thuft to which they will not lleetively and then remarked: "1 forgot Ami when the victim has got to something on my way home and for the the shortestil hours quickest between the point that tho tloses measure :!(), H) life of me I ean't think what it was." Hi.i.far. rem-hiuv sible arc ."iO grains a day petty thefts aru no j,rov- - or -- .. "It wasn't your jag, was it ?" said his litOrt'j an illiinttatiiu vism, im iwii-longer of much use. Nearly all thu drug- tle boy, "I heard ma say that she supnig. Mrs. J. 11. llutchings is .....1 i.. itu, miiW. of this host "a woman gists who can bo persuaded to sell mor-pliin- e posed you were late for supper because - care of Dr. Hunlett, of Hrodliead; one of sell it at extravagant pi ices, so , ... v....:.. ... clothtti .with tho aim and the moon uu,ur. wmm l.v.l . . . ..I .,....... Mel eves is auecieti. ii .,r..n i.kuuu that fionueiiriv thu morphine habit en you were bringing your jag home." Kutire Trains Run Through Without Change. ilor lier leui, ami on Monday. Mr. and tails 1111 outlav of from $S to $10 n week Then the seven ti.inipets left for Louisville A woman living near the line of THROUGH CARSERVICE. Mrs. I.enich went to Greenville, Ohio, on the sounded by thu seven and Walkei eounties, Ja., is 7 feet from South Hound Train No 1, Pullman Boudoir BuffMonday. Arthur eller was homo Mu tMvm ,,,,,1 thtf "third woe," as predicted in tho et bleeping Cars, Cincinnitt to New Orleaus nmnai tmift r,Hmeter 2 inches high, ''' years old, weighs ISO ,nc , Chattaniioirt to Shrcvciort. pounds and can whip any man in the will have begm its Winchester Saturday and Sundav. Some; M)1(iro lua, Uevulations, Tram Ne. 5, I'ullm.in Houdolr DiiiTet Slreping !,?,., neighborhood. briglit eves looked brichter w bile he was w hioli i said to have cost tlS5,000. Car Cincinniti to New Orleans and Cincinnati fulfillment. tlriitu-mu- r, to Jacksonv die and Knotville. Sleeper St. I.ouls here. Joe Urooks, tho irresistable to.New Orleiin via M. .V O. ( Ii, how llic-gintin a fair maiden tulle and be cay, Rucklen's Arnica Salvo The bigccHt locomotive intho country is whs hero Sunday. Mr. Will Ho lovely and loving and dear, ." Condensed Scliedulo in Effect March 31, 188) of Somerset, was in town Monday. The best alie m tlic uorM fur cut,, brui.es, on the Krio road. It has six drivers, A tweet a a roic and a bright a the May, weighs ISO,-10- 0 Helms lately donned the diummer'H korcn, ulcfm, alt rlioum, faier sorci, letter, i When lier liver is allout of gear feet S inches in diainetor, chilblain, corn and alUkln criip-liortiCAi) xjr. She can't ll inipoiile. Hut if he will only HJCAID DOAV1V. pounds mid measures .V-- feet I inches plume and is now a veritable drummer. and poutivcly cure pile, or no pay rcquir "" TraTns sou 111. TRAINS NORTH. Medical Ducovery, itwlll tiack, tender excluded. It has 1.1 unes well as one of thu boys. Old cil. It uKur.intcci to Ku perfect tatnlaction, take Or. l'nce' Ooldcn her dlsorderedjliver, purify. on tho to. b. No 4). j No. j. No. 4. No. 1. No, J. No 7. pattum, a Mr tarlK.llU.r( 0( nnruml, father of Mrs. or money refunded, Trice S cent per lot. cleanse anil stimulate Ii 0. 3 STATIONS. Daily. l.im. Daily Fat I hauled eight ems, vestibuleDaily her blond, make her complexion 10ft and rosy,' Didy L!?.'Daily. Ex. l.lm. Dally. lEx.Sun Kor ale by A. R. Pcnnv, SUnlord, Ky. - Daily. Lun. I.iin. distance of 88 miles in iwo uuurn aim j, n i;,iniiHtoii, is very low ami not her breith wholesome, her spirit cheerful and A'rv 6 40 a m 641 pm 1015 a m j 30 p in "I oj'n m "S p 7 55 a in Ive... .Cincinnati her temper weet. All druggists. 9 17 a m minutes, making four stops. Its ,H'eti'il to livu. Mr. J. W. James did not 8 30 a m 1 53 p m Wilhamslown -- L ve 5 3 Renews Her Youth. 930pm 95jam 347pm to o p in 7 24 a m 13 38 p m 4 10 a .Georgetown. m Toipm 10 cylinders arc 'JO bjv'--M inches, ami 8 j Btn his mmmu jirovo and is thinking of Mi, t'hirbe Chesley, I'etervMi, Clay Co., Iowa Don't hawk, hawk bljw, pit and disgust c 3 48 a m 4 15 pm 700am u lop m Lexington. p ni 10 35 a m. iMopm 7 35 p in 10 55 lunglii 01 tno 10 lUOVillKtO Florida this Winter; will go fell the followins remirkaUle nory, the truth of your offensive breath, but use with boiler extends thu full Lou. S. R. R....Arri . I.ve. Lve-,.- . . Catarrh Iteniedy and end It 11 feet 4 inchert Ilurgin lArr.. down with Mrs. James for a few weeks. J which I vouched for by tne resident of the town, comotive, with lire-bo- x m Ilurgui, .....'. Arr' 1 5 in, 3 jop tn 5 jo a in o 50 p m .". ... ...1 o . nm 1 u 17 a I.ve Mary Curtis 11m imiin to KtlOXVilluj 1 mi 73 vear old, havehceiuroiibled wiwi kiuney. Mii8 length. ; r :. ii "' in " : a.Sa ml Whut A Fortuno 330am 10 31 p m i... ..:... ni, vtull. Tliu lii'iillittill of (it'Orire Leo comnUiiit and limcnest for many ycr; could not a 38 a j 53 n m 5 30a m 10 30 pm Junction City.. iSPm, gtanm'lijojiii II 45 a m . Maryland JltllU'S gives satisfaction tO his many dres.inel( without help. Now am free from Few nru aware a goad healthy, pearly kln. a 30 a in New York, Pennsylvania, .Snmtrset 1051m 15 p m 00 p m J 03 am icon ml. niinandoreneanilam able to do all my own of the hott time It take for a disordered liver to Ssopm' 9 35pm 1135am Oakdale 435am as a m 415am tiotitcwork, owe in) thank, to Klectric Hitter and Miul'iunu hud hiiow storms Wetlnes- mL,lln' Ar'v...Chattanooga...L've OJopm, 735a! 4063m 8 35 a m 640pm greay ikin. 1000 pml a ..Ar v. 3 00a ra inr hnvint? renewed inv uutli ..And remoci com.! cause blotLhe on the face, and dark 7 35 a ml 7 00 p m I.'vc Chattanoogav . i7 flimm iluy. . ,.. r . . . 4 4? a ml TllO "Mothor 8 Friona. Altalla.... nletelv all dnene and pain. I I )' - UUIIIG )UI. ttllU One bottle of HUGOS' I1I.OOI) l'UltUIER and 9 .... " ' I 1 . o '...!.. 49 v .,, 'i T' tirminifhani loonml r TrtMrtn Itl.OUD MAKKll will restore thi organ to it v 00 u m , vii nnlv thorieii labor nnu lesc n,, palu attend-- j( at A. It, I'eiiny Drue M ore. 111 III:,. ,1 J' '" ?"luscaloosa 101am , DRONKENNE8l0 ,he llle .' 608 pm 130am natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood - f dln, uu ull IDO Worm luuru id um... 445am Ar'v .Meridian Is Consumption Incurable? used few ins pm 1100am Ar'v. New Orlean..I.e ve 413am iooopm of ull impuntie. It is meeting with wonderful i,.M,ni nie mother mid the child if ,hc aHa. 335P"i Gioam dv Ouro.Dr.liainoa oomnur rniT without , month before confinement. Wrllc, 0 940pm! the following. Mr. C 11 Morn Newark ., ,. ucces. We guarantee every bottle. A. It. l'cn-n- , . Sioamlve. ...Meridian ....... Ar v , w. ran .' irivrii lllw if ..r.-- -. llfl owpnn Ar vi... a 10 a in Ive. . lckon Drutfgl't' ' a ' field Kejulator Co AlUnta.ua., lor lunner par Ark,sis: "Va down with Aluceis of Lung vlcXe person I.UnB H.ITeclIn 400pm - ' .. ,. 11. 35 am Ive. . uksluirK. and friends and phyUlan pronounced mc an in ' Monroe tlcnlar. For ,alo by A.H. 1'enny, .an.ord. oosamj l.'vc the patient lSedTTndi.erm.nent it A Good Ooujrh Syrup. careful " I Jopp in Ar'v .Shreveport- "I" '' double conumptio llvuan taking Dr. King' I here drinker am Boff.B Ohorry OOUffh SympJ .1"V..w:. Hucniervfor vontuniption, and.1... ..now on about as is nothingu parents khiuld be so Cherry j M moderate dtunkard or an been, cured who . . . .:. uhih-i- . .,, .1.:.: 1 have Tram No. , Pullman Boudoir Buflet Sleeping Car, New Orleans to Cincinnati A........ electing cough ......... Ilegg' ,n ,. i )rup rnomandi of to tlio ticde and i my tllltu noiue, ami inno ....... .... ...-- . ci.lTco I El im mlendid .itfactlon . i. ........ 1. - . .. my larm. i.i.i...n.d.,...ui..iiNMiKr.ii.i.' inu i io toueli nvrup cosi 110 more iiuuino uhju,, aimii.,- Shreveporttoo, Chattanooga. taken the Ouldeu Specific In their they c. " .. I rain .o ,, ,.., are foiitlvely marveiou. wn.ii. "i,SXi-nT- a n ,11t, "".v les.e Middlewart Uecatur. Uliio, .ays, "iiau ,,. ana m.dav brieve fnr ChatLn.oota to Cinrmati and Sleeoer. lack. - ... " ; " l i I -- r 1" Discovery lor con, wllliouiinir""'--i"-i..... freewill No , V v "" R Sleer frmn Knoxsille to Cincinnati it not been for Dr. King's New or IAn " '. l "A". accountt i.r in 1.... "i" , i ure their own ,,i none too gooa, oc.... aim get iir.uwa onville to Cincinnati, vi . . lainir 1.. irouuiei t, . . won d have died a for ...imnlnn it . mlrlll Ask -.a . . i . on. Curetcuar- - wltltotiiuouui inc !.. ... ' rtii.iii 1111 I... .l..lnM l nl I.... ui " ri(iix rt r wnnM.vv. t f..'l ,.."" A ..,! I Tl in.,.a if. 2;,:,,uruiKi""' ....... , from I)... nil iiv LfL'A1irC .. rt,. iiiii f. w.. Ad. anil be ,llre yoll get the genuine. Wc keep it . f health." Try it uiiliuii bottle iiuw atuti k.,v-vvw-PAI'illl liVUI Ur r inn rflml nr -- " IOHV n HAULTi Cfcnera!... Maunder. ee'd'bend for circular and full A free Sample ' first-clasik-uit. Tli,. iiiwtlnc of the Christian Church will Ira held at CJoshen, Satur-- i " J"'-,,h',h .' "d' '.n' day November 2,1. The Uoshen ladies ami everybody is in- will prepare dinner win(j, 4ta,t The u.j hui hA(ll mc" ul lie gU, here jutithe Mted to attend. Crazed by relicions enthuManin Miss! Them wasstuuethinc in the jinclo of Harriet Harriett, of I'ittaton, l'a., strip- - thcK' words tliat citicht the public ear. ped oil and climbed the tallest tree in To use a theatrical expression they made her efforts to cet nearer Heaven, and it a creat hit. They were published Hist mil, but in a short was with creat dilllculty that she waS in tho Courier-Joiami dam;erounj time made a complete round of the press taken fiom her Inch "f the country ami c lined for tho author min-h. ()( tH, nl.i,, The villaco of Kirksvillo is about as tU ,,0et. The ex Chrihtianietl as any in the world. ,)r,.K,j0, thorn jut tho huiiiu" was near r.lder C. P. Williamson has just closed n tlk(1, j( itautly, ami bmune a catch HUHtinjj Thtrc, wiyrt the Climax, with JiOi j,i,nlM., The variety staco comedians additions. Itev. Win, Crow has just had took it up and worked it over and ovei Hitler Matt. Campbell, colored, again into topical bonus Kverythmc was :50 and and the oxprcsinn had a 70 udditluiiH. making 10 in a very short lone "d successful run. ' time. Tho second adveiitists, who iiiimbei (JRAB ORCHARD. inthi-U.S- . homo lO.tKX), have llxed oni - Mr. 1. M. Holmes i wry low with niMS.ldayas the end of the world, , occur on pneumonia, wr. imui i m. lt.tl it is very ccirtain not to .1. A. .Newiami uois that, lav. Thev beliovo tint sun on the typhoid fever. .lrs. not improve ,inv. Mrs. J. V. .lameh is nw.rniiiLM.f the JtUh will remain station ...... 1...U.... 'CI,.. I.iiii.i tun 1111,1.'!.... i:..i.. " it t nrv on tho honz.on, and on its uppui re In oo. health but not con fined to back inwill ! ft (,nil(,lU.r He whs a devout UaUloItu. lll)a w,is e.luc.ite.l at St. Mary' Col,,,.,. m..,r A.iwmi. ftIll Cecillia Col- M :tlz.,H.tll0Vvll Althouch he wrote Jiinny clever tlilncs his chief claim to distinction, says the I'ort, lieh in four lines, which run thus: Rm b1( ,, (, l)()y of ,,, Vlin,,er mlrvivo him. "' u j n G. Mullins has returned lioine from the West, after an absence of suv-uimonths. A Mr. Spencer, from Idacountry depends Uon the rising cullL'ri1 ho, accompanied liim with the view of tion. puichasing his farm. Mrs. F. J. White Prof. J. J. Glenn says our State is enreturned home yesterday from u several joying a substantial boom in the lino of weeks' visit to her daughters in Dallas, educational interests among the masses. Texas. Smith Williams sold his farm in From the Blue-gras- s fields, the mountain lower Garrard to a Mr. Durham, of Piue-villcounties, the pennyroyal district ami from every portion of theCommouwcalth MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. comes the word that the people are becoming arousetl to the importance of edSome fishermen caught an ucating every child. The outlook is salmon at Livingston this weak. bright indeed, while the future has in Thu furniture factory here is selling store for us untold blessings. all their furniture at their branch house These county, district ami State associ- in Middlesboro. ations infuse leaven among tho teachers Mr. G. I. Kvnna and Miss Kliza and when they are thoroughly aroused Poynter, were marrietl at thu residence they will leaven the masses. Thu idea of F. L. Warren, Wednesday. that the public schools are n State chariMilt. Hryant, n boy, is ty must bo obliterated. They must be charged with having stolen a pair of our best Pchools, good enough for the boots from Poynter's store Thursday. iiiillioimiie's son, kind enough for thu Ac is now dodging the sheriil. humblest peasant; then, ami not till then, It. M. llasock trailed his farm near will public mcIiooIs, not "horses and town to C. W. Adams for the duelling, whisky," bo Kentucky's pride. store house ami lot 011 Main street ami Teachers ami friends of popular edu- u ill shortly open a shoe shop and bakcation, we beseech you to assist in this ery. noble work. Come to tho Association Mrs. K. Higgins returned to Paint at Turnersville. Thu meetings Lick Thursday on account of her daughgrow in interest. subjects will ter, Mrs. Wallace, having been thrown be discussed that are to aid ami benefit from a horse ami seriously hurt. Undo each teacher and pupil in the county. Simeon Denney, of Level Green, who is Come ami let us do our duty. And when 101, was in town Tuesday. we appear before the "Great Teacher" T. J. Hansel has moved from town weuiiyhear thu plaudit, "Well done to his farm. Billy Baker brought 11 large thou good ami faithful servant "' sweet potato to town Monday, measuring 1MH inches. W. G. Taylor will move to In the train "Georgie, Georgiu! mind Green county, where he has purchased your li.it will blow oil' if you lean so far 11 farm. Judge Carter and Kev. A. J. Pike out of thu carriage." Paterfamilias (imicldy matching the are in Louisville iittcuding'Graud Lodge. Dr. J. M. Jennings, who has been at hat from the head of tho youngster) Lhingston two years, lias located at Lily "There now, the hat is gone." tieorgie sets up n howl. After awhilo Laurel county. e. To-nig- Boots ad M, Clothing. Hats, DRY GOODS, &c, &c That ever tickled the tastes or feasted the fancies of the most economical. This is our INAUGURAL to a season of restless activity. see us. Bring your family and your friends. flCome Low Prices, Honest Dealing & Honest Values Have made our House the Halcyoncd Idol of a gratified and lighted people. de- S. L. POWERS & COSTANFORD and HUSTONVILLE. -- - H.6.RUPLEY, trtm:tetA fIs Receiving His FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, , Give him a Trial J.N. MENKFEE C. SINl. a . . "t the father bays: "Come, be tjuiet; if" A Cineiunati Kuiiiirer man, who, whistle thu hat will come back again.' has been investigating tho MeCov-Hat- ( Whistles and rupl.icu.s the hat 011 the boy's head.) "There, it's back again, 1 ak j Eten yaJW' ui IB "l tlu-u.- " -- you see !" persons uuiuicu. loin life coiiviets; ono While tho parents are engaged in n th.ee otlieis conversation Gcoigie thiows his hat out 1ngi11.1I noStnte& involved in n ihs- of tho window and says. "Pa, whistle pule ini.nieal to peace and justice; the again'" San Francisco Argonaut. of the people of tuo tountiea r'sr.Di;rji?B:! rough ato dubsssd lumber, L,alllS, SliillJjlcS, Etc., g ASH,, jQOOHS B3CXHDS lO Brackets and Scroll MouldlnSSf iS-lNTD Dealer Ma In m jK Saa I hihii reputation PAT231TT "WISB A2TD S3LAT FEITOE, ,.'.,. Cincinnati and New leans. uii 1 Itobu .., .1 morphhor Jell'-err-o- n ,, I s, S, n , ( , 1 I - j ex-fo- ur 111 er)-bo- dy 111 so-- '' M . e: 1 1 1 ;'' ..- 111 111 , .vm. 1 1 .n n'.In tun. - ...- 'V-- " -- " ,.,. 1 !.. 1 1 LI I ....-v- ..- ,., Ki-a- I ' ::J cure.-wheth- 111 '" 1 """". .,, .,.., .... 1 1 Co., iBj drui Hi conlldenrc OolubN bruc.KlC K' 1UC0 btreet, Cincinnati, O. Pcl ui ........ .. 1 ..- . 111 ., ... North-Houn- , " v.iii-.imv- ..,...: ' ,n"' ' Druggist Puiny' drugstore AR jern)-- UruggUt, ul.in :"''?""." TT ..ilvee .' CinnnnaU Ohio. i0m, N T. ' -- "-- 1 jfcf- V T 1 I ! H '.h M it ti UH.S i a a Mf ; i 1 c 111 flK i MW (1 'I ? I R& H b i- - t IVtro Bnriinovskl was handed Tub ofllco of delognte to the constituPottaville, l'a., for killing two women in likely to he tional convention sought after by men who have, no and setting tiro to their house in 1888. business in it. This is certainly n posi- lie Jcertainly deserved the ignominious Ky , Octoiikk '25. 1889 tion that should seek the man uiul the death. Stanford, goods to The grand secretary oltho Kentucky less before. .season best in overv county sltoultl bo selected. urged against Lodge of Odd Fellows reports a clear less One of the reasons that is gain in membership during the year of to bcgiiCning a change of constitution is the danger of W. P. WALTON. us tVJO, after deducting deaths, dismissals getting a worse one in its stead. In other words, many preferred to bear the ills and suspensions. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fortius part ho took in the republiof the present document than fly to othcan campaign that resulted in theelcc-- j For County Judgo THOMAS W. VARNON; ers in a newer one that they know not tion of Harrison, Kev. John Chester, of " County Attorney, JOSEPH II. PAXTON; of. If good men tiro chosen, and there County Clerk, OKOKGE n COOPKR; county, Washington, Is to bo made Chaplin of( are such to be found in every Sheriff, J.N MEXKFEK; House of Representatives. this fear will prove groundless andiij the ' Jailer. SAMUK1. M. OWENS; to and, is Henry Winglleld and 0. H. Jones' We won of constitution will be presented for popu Aieor, E. D. KENNEDY; had n ipiarrd at S. B. Mason & Co.'s Ilia old fojgy 'Mow Schools, W. F. McCLAKY; lar adoption which will meet the ro from, " Sup'tcf Common camp near Georgetown, when ' Stmeyor, HARRY A EVANS; we uirenienU of a progressive aue by em railwav on ' Coroner, ARCH CA11SON plunged knife into Winglleld's bodying reform in the making .is well as Jones f'da wound. le "" in the administration of the laws. troumu grew oui oi a scume. That fact is often stranger than fiction Internal He venue Commissioner Ma- is of almost daily demonstration. A ease Junto: M. J. Dimuiam was attending in point, which comes via Cincinnati, circuit court here this week and took oc- son is trying to devise some method of and for that reason may have to be tak- casion to say that he was not at all in measuring spirits which will pi event en with several grains of salt, goes as fol- the absurd position ascribed to him by frauds on the government. In his fortheach, Us own leaves lows: An Indiana merchant of good the Harrodsburg Democrat, of being un- coming annual report ho will dlscim the standing went to thu Paris of America decided whether lie will run for gover- F.uglish plan of weighing liquor in bond- 1 lie is a. State Inspector Norwood roortH that ami after frequent potations landed in a nor or auditor. He has never said that price 's an. shown, uij tncmseives. house that was far from one he would he would run for either, satistied to tho total output of 84 mines during the town. house bushels of like to have his wife see him in. Next leave tho question entirely with his last t) months is $2, worth. So.oO; Mine some the. morning when he arose from the couch friends. Upon ono thing, however, he coal, a falling oil' of over four million Look did not sharo alone, he found is fully determined, that is that he will bushels as compared with the previous colors $8, which he that he had been robbed of his last cent. in no case make a scramble for any kind 0 mouths, the decrease being attributaSS; colors Fearing that his wife and friends would of ntRce. In the the matter is ble to strikes. S 10 low. 7,0 0. There hits been another outbreak in "get onto his ways that were dark and giving him no concern, as he is sure tltnt be I Rock. were vain," he dared not re- if the people want him to serve them Harlan countv. the result being one man We tricks that Bottom Prices. port the matter to police headquarters, they will make it known, in which event dead, one mortally wounded ami a half) and in his shame he decided to walk ho is too 'loyal a dnmocrat to refuse their dozen injured. About daylight Tuesday Our stock of Misses' and Children's Cloaks i3 oxtromoly large. Wo havo raado a specialty of bright ana pleasing CUlUia iu uiuauiuuuuu uiuui i,uiiuiiia gwuiuuka. ninriiliiL' Countv Judiru Lewis, at the home. On tho way a man driving a pair demand. head of the law and order posse, raided We are also offering some iuducemeuts in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Cap3, Trunk3, of horses came along and he asked him Arrnn several weeks sp'nt in trying to the camp of Wils Howard ami his folCarpet3, Matting, &c To every porchaser of $l's worth ol goods a ticket will be givoa entitling for a ride. The request was granted and you to a chance on tho $200 Organ. night, when a secure 12 men in Chicago incompetent lowers, located a mile from town. A they rodo together till competent jurors ensued, in which Howard's band pursuing partv came upon them and enough mentally to be battle this Cronin case, the panel was llnally ..... .,r.iAiiiil1i- - mntiwl Howard swears' took them both on the charge of hoio in ' Haran nM, U(0 KHJI,I(1 , eii'ilt tirv Our hero protested his lime-- ! completed Wednesday . and tho owninK y after narrowly missing miiire8suiMivtfreuycN.-ni.ijCollrl.,nuso aro in a state of terrorr for renco in vain and tjnil cuiiknttiing nnt nnu ovniM'tcd ID Ilia- i " f,..nrlip will ct'iin out mat Place, .uean-- i being lynched, was lodged in jail with teriauze uaiiy. 10 secure tne jury i,r.ti time, Sheriff James Howard, of Harlan) .11. SALINGER, Main St., the real thief. Still trying to keep his men were examined, V2 of whom were countv. is on the way to Frankfort to escapade a secret and his companion re . w.u ieiuu. .u., ask the governor to again send troops to fusing to exonerate him, he accepted a ' excuseu oy Campbell is pressing Foraker hh!o-- u is a howling farce. suppress the lawlessness there. year's sentence to the penitentiary and ostein that old Ituck Fus.4 has lml to retire to to his might have served it out and lied Q is n f,p0iiinaM .,ftor the .. t . Hi'inii.E. G. A. Swinebroiul sold to his bed. .f me wne auoiu .1 nm! ji l.iu nltci.no.. Stilt the Hnoilsmau's own heait. He says: "If '" "?v..... " Al..v.ini1nrnn On Timn vi'iirlillL' for ?.H). a friend in going through the Ohio I had my wu- every democratic oilice- Card of Thanks. Umlenv00(1 80ld some 100 pound the other day recognized him holder would have gone threo weeks af- I'o iKc I'lilor of the Interior Journal ) ,,rL,,,t MlIl, pntj( lJH)rj,e , a ;J Slugg, J of and then he told his story. His wife ar-- ter the 4th of March." If elections are Permit me through your much appn c , , & mnv w $;r, q old with the evidences of his previous to be bought as tho last one the rived I my poor but tinom. lliuie ,51 iIIUll9 high for 1',0. ciated JofitNALto oiler bo good character and is now trying to get may come when the prince of boodlers to y feigned thanks to the good ladies of Stanof B F EllKemall is improving Foraker to pardon the victim ot circumhave his way, but we have better new a. s ford and surrounding country for their Br0. 0o,u,y is having a good him to return to her stances and permit . . of the country than that such as , t(J ,,ark lliiiht!i an,i many deeds of kindness, love and syn . r! and home. The whole story has a fishy he will ever become its chief executive. I busy days, the audiences nave ueen pathy shown uitt in my recent illness. ' smell and if it fails to prove that truth is tewope is visit have not language with which to express sunn Mrs. tJoe ,.....ii?.. lUliuiiHiVU v. stranger than fiction, the reader will not . w 1111. Ut'lllUllitlJV; jt.t..iii.i.k nf itivii. rainer ... Ifv ... my gratitude; will have to content my,n .. ... i...i r H1MI Oils, School Books, Wall be charged anything extra for the re UeUllieil Ull IIIU MUWIIUIII ..I... v.. ...-- , :ng her sister in .iianoii - not self bv saying God bless them. Surely edneslay now ing the primary election. The voting is cital. low com- - thoy ate angels of mercy, coiiiinioMoiied first-clas- s .HHU in .J t,,. r.i.,nlolilii iluilin. Ill Vei. " t... 1...IIgoods. good. AtMr.hwopes of heaven for such labor of love as I clerks.-- Ko. to do if The mob that hung Robert Bcrner in. n eaL.h nrtfC.Pl are to carry the' petent mail , KwU. have been tins recipient of. That the , . ,,... . and. , , , best workman-lik- e <unlay mo races wer North Carolina was unusuany coiis..ier- got none, but richest blessings of heaven may continu. Very ate. Tlie victim expressed hinifeelf very j Tlie Kt first money and some tQ tjo baot box n- made was made on ally rest upon them is my ardent disire. trill beffin on Monday morniiiK. the best time ever much opposed to dying in such an ljatin Stanford, Oct. 21. G. V. ltiu..n,ii. "W. .rfon by Jess sorrel mare sired , at (, p M prepared condition, when he wasinform- tliat an(, wm m thB W hirlwinil, amnio time would be given him hv Hail Storm, first dam by ol that FULL OF FUN. ,to make his peace with God, if possible. Col. Geoimie Baiikk arises to remark 1. , t,v '.jVhtning. Time 2:01. Mack hu- beautiful sorrel mare wan on hand Then followed a fervent prayer meeting, thatwhen Corporal Tanner says that m Mrs. MncTavUh "Then yo'll bo which lasted fully three hours, when the Bussey's opinions are written by a pro- - to w:n B,.,.0nd money, She did her work doon tao seo us on tho Sawboth?" Mr. refer-jc,.iv nnd in quadruple time, -' murderer became resigned to his fate. tective democrat from Kentucky, the MacTartan "I wull, if I'm spared." lie was then placed on a horse with one . ring to h im (Baber), ho isa liar and tho)mimlU,8to tbe mile, running all sue "Oh, aye; gin yo'ro deed, we'll no end of a ropo around his neck and tho truth is not in him. But anybody can j)ijnK 0l,t 0f the driver s shirt, but A House in which you can And ye." Grip. other fastened to a limb of a tree. An call poor Tanner a liar now. There is .,. to . string all tho same. Many Inventor "I would Jlko 10 get you appropriate hymn was sung, tlie horse none so poor as do him reverence, since otjK.r nolt.ti trobt and purees too numer- - interested lu my Improved was urged forward nnd Uro. Berner was he lias been ducked in the soup tureen. ioug t0 mvntion are to bo seen irom mo Cnpltalibt "What makes you think It ' o park now owned and operated by 111. will bo successful?" Inventor- left kicking in tho air. To the People of Lincoln County. Klnvd and Jess .Sw ope. it's gotten up in imitation of a A New Yohk railroad upon the evi I hereby certitv that at me primary bald head." Life. denco of spotters, hired to prove that election, held Oct. 11), 1SSD, to select a Mrs. Brown "Why don't you say PUNISHED THE SHIRKERS. conductors are thieves, fired a number democratic, ticket for county officers! to piece of The Way a Steamboat Main Ont ICrrn nit h 'Thank you.'. Fohnnio. for that Any of tho above goods exchanged for Country Produce. after tho order of the recent wholesale bo voted for at the August election, 1SD0, 111 cake." Llttlo Johnnie "'Ctuiso you Soldlerlnp Crttvr. discharges of the L. & X. One of the Thomas V. Varnon received 1,103 votes you would lick me If you heard said "Speaking of mates and tholr conductors, whoso pay was held for al- forcounty judge; Joseph B. 1'uxton 1,- spoko up a veteran onglneor, "I another word out ol mo thu whole We do a strictly Cash Business and our prices aro tho LOWEST. Gome and see what wo can save you. evening. " X. Y. Sun. leged theft, brought suit to recover the 1G0 for county attorney; George B. Coop saw a follow do a trick on tho ArkanHo denied that he ever de- er 1,180 for county clerk; John N. Mene sas river onco for which ho should Wlbblo "Of all tho nervy men. I amount. dead think young Wngoll takos tho cako." lies frauded the company out of a cent and fee 1.105 for sheriff: E. D. Kennedy 1,177 havo been hanged. with I do not to Wabblo " lint's the niatt-sshowed how easily it was for a spotter to for assessor; W. F. McCIary 1,01)5 for su- - j now, so Next door to Portraan House. Stanford, Ky. was lYindlo Wngwoll?" Wlbblo "Ho proposed to T.a mfetakon in his susnicions. His tes- - n..r!iil..mli.nl nfrnmninn schools: Ilnrrv Bivo his name. It Ho was mtito on a deaf nnd dumb girl some timo ago, timony was corroborated and the jjry A Kviina07U for countv surveyor nnil! Ml I'rlndlo. Gibson, and was and now he Is suing for breach of , Cargou for v0'wwrt anil tlu,y j the staamcr tort give him the amount of his claim with promiso on tho ground that sllonco il" interest, gives consent" Tents Huuto Kxpross. a i portantone to the brotherhood. JUL c Jnees for the ollices named. o gpn(lm B,uTg thQrQ wug ft hir0 Ownor of Pacing Horso (looking race or ninf)unt of galt , Wl(jk8 t) ,,0 dU. closoly I further certify that in the "Will In ins, you aro beau- at scale) ,. Niciiona Smith, the professional M.Owens received o... vol. a oharscd. Now, n9 you weI, ,cnow, a trifle over weight. Can't you llghton IDIRITO-CKESSc who lays claim to further notoriety ;jmlcrSain J: llttlo?" Wllllntns (tho r,.t il.qi ). is Horace ' George 8. Carpenter 318 votes and Otis! snckpd 8alt ,8 tho vcry wopat :ind 0f yourself P. Nowlimd 300 votes. Owens having freicht for tho roustabouts to handle. jockey) Got on my lightest suit, sir. has been eelv'a mid 'avo just DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, ..u-,- . iiini tlm nosi- - received a Iplurality of '2'2o votes he is do- It is considered a test of strength and Ain't ctt a bite ed by Harrison w ho A M(jc ()f BnU , t()(, np trimmed my finger nulls." minmnc It is hop tion of consul at foronto. 1FANCY ARTICLES, &0. io ml "Well, go and got shavod." Chicago load ror that the pay will be suHicicnt to enable . In t,eiucn the demo.racy of- heavy onough for two. Sonic mates Tribune. I'hytlcUm pretcripliutM Accurate!) the beauty to live witliout bringing suit fers to the people of Lincoln county an ' get over tho difficulty when a bly salt Ambitious Daughter "I wish I for expenses for acting as best man at a ..vniimt rtfkot nml I iWrfullv com- - pile Is to bo liiuidled by using 'hand- - could find something more about this incident , . r wedding. Tho Ovington-Manitl n u.an, umiuno 4iii iKiinlj tin nt'An llinn now science of hypnotism." Mutter-of-futn.iiii .. In. t iu ninn n nr firm., K.iriSTllMI ...i .......... .a r, Prln-dl- e isetill fresh in tho mind of the public. Mother "Well. now. 'Ll.beth, they will give it a cordial support. thero must lw a wasto of labor. that Insisted tho men should oaoh carry do tend to that churhln', an1 not bo THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Thomas I). ewi,ani, Ch'n. up to his j Tanner is in the soup almost a sack, and tho roMilt was ho soon botherin' about hipnotlz. It's just a HICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. eyes, but ho continues to beat to the stir-- j had his crew 'burnt out' and naino they've got for Ever brought to llm market. Price lower than NEWS CONDENSED. face and Bay things that make it very un thoy began to soldier on him. Ho rhoumntlz', tho kind Unit turned your the loweit. Watches, Clocki and Jewelry He. comfortable for Harmon and his gang paired on ihortjnotlce and warranted. TIk, Mmmn has leased thu Versailles, noticed this and so did I. vo wcro Uncle Jabo's hip out o' j'nt" Toxas nn(1 Georgetown Hailroad for 30 both standing on tho bank nnd saw Sittings. His latest effort is directed at Secretary MW plx of tins crow sneak out of lino and Noble, who merely responds that Tanner ' Managor "No; wo havo not got J mntrn tltitt. tl'fi . .t tf flli.irr till, ffin.tflll . back number and his pratings can- " "'"" ""V, is a that mlsorablo fakir. Buskin, with us Tolliver, widow of the n c engines wero 'ship this season, thank Heaven. Tho man jQwnn MUIity desperado, has been to tho not injure him. Thoy are bound to in-- 1 I pod up' nnd the wheel was In such n was no good on earth." Critic . woo -.-jure Harrison, mougii, . dudar(.(, ,nw,nB ' position that Olio OI IIIO "OUOKOIS WHS you told mo last . . ,, . deepest execration of tin entire Ameri1)url thu pa6t tlirt.0 lIlont,,B there, .hlIllknt, llln "Why, I thought mi, n?1 can people for appointing bucl u crea-- 1 havo been 7,000 deaths from cholera in six shirkers ranged thomsolvos llko year that ho was tho coming comedituro to oilice, and Kuphra crows on the limb of a troc. Whon an of Amorlca," Managor "Well, j tho Valleys of the Tigris ho was whllo ho was with our comtes. Prlndlo saw them ho seemed seized pany, but ho bus gono with (mother Ik Gov. Hill really intended this re- soap with a sudden fiendish scheme to pun-- B. T. Babbitt, the show.nnd now his name is Denis." mark in a speech down South as a slur ork femi- - ish them. Ho baid nothing to them, will react against manufacturer, died in Now "Say, W Ullum," said his young at GroverCloveland.it day, aged 80 years. 1 le left an estate val- - but going nboard tho boat ho wulkod wlfo, who writes for tho papers; "my hlmself- "I shall not describe tho woi cnglnc-rooand. in an back Into tho corrospondonco' has grown so volderful resources nf vour remarkable "eu ai w.uw,. y Adam Graves, a negro, shot and he- - unconcerned way. said to tho onglnoor uminous that I havo rosolvod to eneyclopos-di' country I did not bring my Brock Bot- on watch: 'Bill, I wish you would "An oxcolont a Mr. Cleveland's case can riously injured, Tom Parsons, with mo." at just glvo her ono turn ahead.' Tho Idea, Julia," said hor husband. "Thoro toms and Lucy Dunn at a not bo laughed out of court and Gov. Leesburg, Mercer county. Jealousy. engineer did as ho was told. Ho whool was n very pretty girl down at our Hill is in small business when ho atnecessary to amputate opened tho throttle and tho It was found this morning Booking employment of republirevolved. Tho h!x men gavo a wild as tempts to mouth the sayings and I havo no doubt Col. Matt Adams' foot and it was taken and clung desperately to tholr shoa would yoll can nuwspapers. oJnbovo tho ankle joint. Ho stood the porch. But It wui useless; into tho suit" "But," Interrupted operation like tho nervy man ho is and is river thoy wont, and threo of them his wlfo, "I havo already engaged a 0. B. Hill has retired from the comely young man for tho position. I an exchequer, as doing well. Enterprise, with nover camo out Of course, thero was considerably crippled. C. Out of 1,152,321 votes cast in tho five a groat sensation, and Prlndlo declared think a young man Is mora expert ho describes it, than a young woman don't you?" Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture ho did not know tho raon woro on tho O. Breed, ut tho head of tho stock com- States of Now Hampshire, Massachuim- setts, Pennsylvaniij-Jttiod- e nnd wheel, but I know he saw thorn, nnd "No or that Is. yos, of course" But and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods Island pany, will enlarge and otherwise ye2 'onhp prohibitory his order to tho engineer was for tho tho tono in which it was said showed can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be prove the property, which will pay Connecticut this that his reply was not iu accord with handsomely when BoattyvHlo'spromised amendment question1 7,17,0 have been solo purpose of punishing thorn for sol- his thoughts- .- N. Y. Lodgor. that I sell lower than the lowest. diering." St. I.oubt cast against it. w boom materializes. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal consid-orabl- y UNPRECEDENTED This SUCCESS J profits than at has allowed us sell our margin of profits.) Our maxim winch IThc greater our sales the in business calculate has governed from oar ; can sell an article still adhered friends. (This is quite a contrast profit can an article '') In malic has for as hundreds idea, ly much 1 I OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT 2.),lW!),-IO:- i garment our house tells storii and Event Garment that styles, the qualities, the workman trail) wonderful salesman. spean or ship and the jo sucii varieties in this anv other ladies' Jackets Ladies' of at prices: worth $4' Ladies' fine imported Jersey Striped Jackets in all $5, worth $6.50; Ladies' 'cwmarhvts $0, worth Jackets in all worth and all better grades sold correspondingly elegant line of Plash garments, which will sold a have also an I "'""" .... ' THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Stanford. ' I .j., Manager, j C.-- J. ! peni-tentiar- y - ' ,,,, slow-ma- ( j ''8oI(, - , meet-hope- -- Jlaving purchased the interest Mr. will conduct the business at the stand, where shall pleased supply the wants all patrons from former and X3K Z ... 1 "j - ! ! ' wui. ...IT,hwm-.-. ,., .... - -. Paints, Paper, Jewelry and Silverware at prices, for Jeweler, read I have a watch jewelry repairs in the style. respectfully, Full Stock of Drugs ! B. MoEOBEBTS. 1 '- Just What Goods is Needed Glassware, ! cx-po- ck Dry and Notions, Boots, Shoes, "Bo-cnus- Groceries, Queensware, c. hnb-tta- ," , JOITES BROS., r - k m ShS.ot, TPTOWTPXr gKi j in xvujo jul :udi x T GriEJ-WEILilEIR-". 1- Z- son-in-la- ,..k.. 11 ; to-da- r 52 j- -' sMs) compou-iiW- ys . I 1 Ima-ni- rc' iij' ct now-fangl- I I I "'"" . NEW FURMTURE STORE! MA'OJK HUFJFMAKo PB'IDPn 1 well-know- n - m, a om-plo- type-writer- ." NX cake-wal- k of-fl- co typo-wrlto- r, JftOit! BHpQ4m . Beat-tyvi'll- o con-vinc- ed (J.oliO-Uemocr- - w -- Ai Is tufmii.f.im ' Viiv ., i. S '- -' . . , -- , vJL " 4Jte- - Au4lijtf wL,, , p Perhaps the largest winning ever Any one wanting tin typo pictures will please call at ICnrp'a Art Gallery, Stan- Hindu in one day on a Western track was tOll'H. that of Wheelock, of Chicago, at Latonia ford, Ky. Nkw lot of Ijovu' clothing at S. II. tarn lask Tuesday. Ho plunged on Nevada Dit. (ioi.t)HTi:iN finds It neciBSiiry to r -i STANroiiD, Ky., Octoiiku '2'i, 1889 HlmnkB'. II till ml . ill (Wl ....v. P.itriol'ii ...... nun ;.,.,w,. ( main with us two more days and thosu Sales of 100 head l.oOO pound cattle' STOVKH, fOIll VIIHl'H and kitchen HCtH well who have defective eyes would do . at), a lot of shoats at I, 30 Southdown chi'npntT. to hco him. He Ih at the I'ortman owesat10, 110 hogs weighing L'OO lhs. B.CWAI.TON, hum. MnnnRer Ni'.wlotof jewelry and watches just HoitHO. HtU.(K), 111 cattle, 1,700 pounds, at Jc V. 1. received. nernard-Clias- o Co. gave u nru reported in the Winchester DemoTut: Ilettio MEANS BUSINESS. Any oxk wishing u wheat drill will do vnrv nice ontirtninmt'nt hero Monday crat, which nlno reporta that Thomas ' lo at cl".v H0'11 t0 M' Comk mul wttle your account. A. K. Wl,i t0 ht.L. niL., I. m. Unite. night, which was enjoyed hy a fair nuili'l IVnnv. ami culo tj, to be put on com feed Nov 10, half enco. Miss Cliasu ih m clever Watoiiks and Jewelry rcpaircil audi Minstiikm. Al. Fields', Wnltuii'ti in her acting as she is handsome and at to bo delivered on tho lo and the rest A. It. IVnn'y. ,.r limine, Snturdiiy niKiit, Sfltli. tractive, while her support is unusually Dec. lf. -Vorit "lccoiint Ih ready, pleiiHe c.ill and G. J. White & Son sold '0 mulo jilioto- - good. tio to ltowland for flnt-c!assettle. Mcltolicrtrt & Stiici!. colts at $.")() and 5 smaller ones for $17o; riipliH and tin typen, f0 cts. per doen, TiiKhcHt place to buy drills, patent Without Ahms. Littlo Lawrence Col. 0. 11. Ciii'iinult bought !50 weanling niedicineB and toilet artii'leHiH at A. It. Kriink Cordier. who was born without arms, was do. at SIS.') to 100. P.irrish & Douglas sold IVmiiiv'h. IJuy your school Inioks, ink, tablet, i,mn:and lieautiful line of liall and hero yesterday. He is I years old and to Lehman k Bro. 100 fat 1.S00 pound of all library lamps, tea and dinner sets, Call has become so handy with IiIh toes that choice cattle at 1J. Walker it Turley paper, pencils and school supplies kinds from A. It. Penny. ho can pick up a pin from the lloor. He shipped to New York (1 cars l.lOOpound mul see them. T. Metcalf. Is the son of tho widow of Joe Kubanks, cattle. They realized at SIt.So at home. PERSONAL POINTS New lot of jewelry, watches and who has five other children, none ot Richmond Climax. just received. All silverware whom are deformed. Uiwrence could Wii-ws- , of Pulaski, was in this Ionian sold will be engraved at reasonable rates. command quite a salary as a fieak in a While serving a warrant on Joseph city Tuesday. H. Mcltoberts. A. Smith at Trenton, City Marshal W. museum. Mas. S. S, MiKoiikiits is visiting rela-tiv- is W. T. Williams was shot and killed by in Louisville. Hi: Likkdtiik Name. Dr. J. A. Tray-lo- r, Comi: in and leave your order for a late who made his escape. Jhimjk J. S. Mim)uk, of Shelby City, at- fall or winter suit. My stock embraces of tho Hubblo neighborhood, tells us .Smith, Fire at Columbus, O., destroyed tho is now living in tended court yesterday. some of the llnest goods ever shown that his brother, who (iitAiUM I'niii:, of Danville, is visiting here. II. U. Hupley. tho south, was married recently to a Patton Hollow wre Manufacturing woik , his sister, Mrs. J. K. Karris. young laiiy naineii .wiss ueuio .mhjs. the Bolts and Herker.v: Henderson's Works. Ixs $100,000; insured. Mrs. A. I), lieid's His first wife, who livod,in Adair conn-- j HfsTosvii.i.K. .1. C, Item Iuih returned fiom a sightSchool of Klocution will give a literary ty, was also Miss Bet tie Mays, but was seeing trip to Mlddlesboro. XKW ADVKKTISEM F.NTS. Mil. PoCA Col'IITHIUIll Miss Hello Root and musical entertainment at tbu Chris neither related or acquainted with his tian church, Tuesday evening, Nov. rth. present wife. Ho is evidently struck on went to Ixinlsville Wednesday, I !!" cts.; the name. J. A. MrltoiiKUTs is back from a visit Admission 'J.r ets.j reserved seats m children br cts. Colorado. to his brother in Greeley, A Gkiiman woman was brought here Coi- - T. W. Vvii.nox went up to Whit- Wantki). Agents in every town in Tuesday and lodged in jail to await an A couple of elegant roomt on l..inraitcr Street, Joy Tiif sday to see to his coal lanils. Kentucky and Teiineisce for Mark inquest for lunacy. At first nothing suitable tor offices millinery or bed rooms. Rsv. John I!i:i.i. (ShimiX has joined his Twain's new book, and Ileiudou's Life could be Warned about her, as she reVV.G WbLCII. wife at Williamsburg for a fow days. of Lincoln, two of the host selling books fused to utter a word, but a man from Miss I.u.na Wii.u vms, of Ml. Vernon, ()f the day. Liberal terms toagenta. Ail- - Ottenheim who knows her says she is an A is visiting her sister. Mrs. W. ..I. Sparks. i(r(.H.s at uiicu Flexuor vi Mamleker, No. idiot and ran oil from those who were and II. Clay ;i:i() Fourth avenue, Louisville, Ky. Hon. It. II. Tomi.is-o.- v We will nfcecute to the (nil extpnt of the law ourini: for her. She is a miserable look fo1""1 on Kauirman, of Luieiifter, are attending ing specimen of humanity, whom no one rfc.'t'&s ,,h K"" i,,,d Ilv the failure to carry one, the vote can look upon excepl with horror. ..niirt. Mrs ALici: TUCKKK.r a Mas. Tiiomv Piiiiifrt and daughter, j of Otis P. Newland was given in the ta- nt the lute iirimarv lacks Miss Katie, of Madison, are visiting at bio published in last issue at IKX) when it . Tut' vnti .:.. .. ,.,. .... ii hIiouIiI liavu been ViOJ, which puts him Dill O.l OI reacniOK ino iiigiirfi ivti'niu ONCE MORE THEY COME, Mr. it. Cobb's. ' Carpenter, both of whom by any candidate without opposition for Mil. A. It. Pr.N.w represented the only Tint tune Stanford Chapter at the grand meeting take their defeat philosophically. As county otllco three years ago, when thero lacked but 81 votes of getting as was strong contest in nearly all of tho ni-- , , Owens in UuUvillu this week. UAW BMWB 1Mf JriK.i: IIkmikv. of Lebanon, and Col. many as iiotii oi tliem togetlier.no room cos. Judge Varnon gets 1U more than ""' so lis ho did in lfvsU, tho most of which came is loft for kicking, if they Silas Adams, of Casey, arrived yeMcrday j from Hnstonville, where we were told posed, a hand in circuit court. to take that certain mugwumps would hold Misi Kati: IIaii. and littlo Sue Willie, Ai.. Fnu.ns and his Minstrels will ar. themselves aloof. Hut somo people are returned yesterd.iy from a protracted and rive on the south-boun? train not as mlluential politically as tney a,X Wi 1waU,s7 Ow WOi S iilcasunt visit to relatives in Missouri. and immediately afterwards give a street would lead tho public 19 believe, anil) .Mil. J. it. Yocmj, manager of the parade, with his men in uniform, followOpera House, wlis here yester- ed by l.ouis Kerr's unrivalled band. You consequently their assertions are not day. Ho made big iiiouey out of Nellie want to take that in and attend the taken nt par value. Free. show that night, which we are assured MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Missm Conv Ititovnrs, of Kiehuiouil, will bo the best that excellent company and Kato Ixxklaln, of Winchester, who John Tallinn n and his wife celebrnt- has given here. Secure your tickets nt visiting Mis Melissji Adams, have ed their 70th wedding anniversary at W. 11, Mcltoberts' it you want to be cer- have returned home. Nyack, New York, Monday. tai n of a seat. Mkksiis. Okokhk I'j. Stone and It. T. A. K. Nell, of the Columbia Heralil, Pierce, of Liberty, have been attemling PitK.uumt Hhitc Inji'kui. Another was murried last week to Miss Dora -- ATcourt. Mr. Htono cmnbines business with disastrous wreck occurred on tho I.. tN. Huutzinger, of Hosworth, Mo. pleasure, as the ladies will tistify. at Nolin Station, Tuesday, when No. 1, Miss Mattie, daughter of James II, Mn. K. J. Smith, who recently movul tho fast train for tho South, ran into the of Mercer, wasmarried Wednesto Missouri, bill who still IioMh his citi- rear of the Itow ling (ireen accommoda- day to K. J. Patton, of Huchannn, Va. STANIORD, zenship here, came all tho way from his tion, built headed for Iouisvillo. Thu A Chicago husband and wife both Western home to vote in the primary. crash was a terrillc one, the engine of the tiled netitions for divorce on tho same SATUKDAY j A M'MiiKit of the young Krsons met fast train plowing clear through a roach. day, each without tho knowledge of tho EVENING,! with Miss (ieorgo Wray, at Pink Cot Some -- 0 or more people were injured, in- other. tage, Wednesday nigtit. It is unneces- cluding ltt'V. J. M. Mruce, now- - of GlasThe people of Spencer, Ind., hung Constating ot sary to say that they enjoyed them- gow, who had his arm broken near tlc George W. Shirley, a hotel man, in elli-gselves. shoulder, his spine sprained and severely because ho married within two 30 Comedians, Vocalists and Dancers 30. e, Mn. John Mctcai.k and wife, of bruised generally. He was taken back weeks after his llrst wife's death. A stopped over yesterday to seo to his wife at Glasgow and is now doing lady says they ought to I.KONZO, thr Kgrptlnn Wonder Worker. Mr. and Mrs. T. Metcalf, on their return well. The object of Iuh trip was to at- have bung him instead. st t.mVAKII ESTUS, the World'. Greatett v from a visit to Mr. Charles Metcalf, at tend the marriage of his niece, Miss Kltio Mr. J. II. Walker, the clever young WM. VAN, the GrcltComrdUn. Ilarbourvllle. llruce. Among the other Injured is Mrs. merchant of Kirksville, who has lived I.OUIS KKKK and hit famout HAND. Mns. Will Mkukklk. who was .Miss C. A. Wru'i). of Mitchellsburk'. who some :l years on the bachelor plan, deWithout a douht the urealcm Mmttrel CombinaKato Wherritt,.of Uneaster, out of a window and was badly cided to become a Benedict und on tion of AM. KAK1II. Uuisvillo Wednesday, to joinhei bus- - h,nliM.,i. Vandyke Hevser, of Millers- to was joined in marriage to Mini band, who has a lucrative position In town, died shortly after being hurl und Mary, tho handsome daughter of Squiro Col. Collier's olllce. his was tho only fatal case. Hiram Prout, Wm. Deatherage, also of Madison county. I)k. J. F. Pkvto.v and Marshal J. It. formerly of this county, was engineer on At Adn ..nUraior oi S. K. Cowan, deed., I will on FARM AND TRADE ITEMS Owens went to Williamsburg last nigh1 one of tho trains, but escaped injury. tyrafow dajs' llshing in the Cumber- Tim cause of tho accident is not yet ex25, 1S89, I IJruco a J. 11. Smith sold to land. John Newland will act as mar- plained, but it is duo likely to the negAt tilt late residence 1J4 rmle frn.n HuMonvillc, in Lincoln count;, Ky , tell publicly the lect of the conductor of the accommoda- saddle gelding for $lf0. shal during Mr. Owens' absence. which he died possessed, consisting Almo Wilkes, a New York horso Hon. Joskpii A. CuAKT.of laurel coun- tion to send a signal back. principally ot valued at 50,000, is dead. Iluggy, Karin-in- c Two Mnrcs, i work Mule, t wedty, ielt this morning to attend the In Christian county 70,000 btiBhela TermsImnleiiicntt, Ac ,&c. over canh; over that When the docket was, All uins ofjio and "Itnby" HateH, tho ding of his uncle, ( amount, 3 month' credit on notes with interest to 7.IJ. Kentucky ginnt, now living in called Tuesday tho case of A. M. Felaml . of wheat sold at and personal wcurity. S. K. Dudderar sold to It. C. Joslin, for nlaciiiL' feneo on county rojtd whs dis-JOHN N. MKNEKKK, AdminUtrator Clermont county, O. Imisvillo Times. hogs at li. of the clinruLHl; (teorgo l.eo James, for shooting , of Garrard, a lot of stock Mu. K. 0. Walton, Secretary At thn same time and place and in the am man. James Kubanks sold to Anderson, ncr, assurvivuiK partner, I will sell the person Young Men's Fdttorial Association, left n negro, was acquitted; (5. A. Adams, , ally belonging to the firm of S. K. Cowan A- Son, old (illy for $200. consisting of last night to attend tho first annual Helling liquor unlawfully, acquitted in of Fayette, a nice A... 111...1 ....... i 3. year A. T.- Nuiinellev has.bouuht in tho 5 Hok, 100 Sheep, a yearling Mules, V..U hu.. n.w meeting at Howling Green, which place nn.i ...7, in,iia,,iiBu...i w..u llrood old Mule. Hull, Steer, 4 Milk Cows. 112 head of lo0 to 225-lb- . Implements and Ma. Maru and Coll, Knrmin In the little and two continued; Ijgan Thompson, last few days is going to put tho big pot Chii cry, a lot of Wheat, Oats, Corn in Shock same charge, acquitted in one case and hogs at 4 cents. about ro fctacks ot Hay, &c one for tho kids. Gabe Jones, of Boyle, bought of Lin- Terms made known on day ol sale. G. COWAN other two dismissed; iowis Hell, carry V 70 ing concealed weapons, 2.") tine and 10 coln county parties 18 head of fat butch- CITY AND VICINITY. days' in jail, latter suspended on payment ' or cattle at HJ cents, Fiiksii Fish Saturday. M. F. F.lkin. Johnson, of Boyle, bought of Josej h of line; Mart Smith, murder, continued cattle at 2? cts.; and 13 2.yonr-ol- d - for defendant; John Benedict, selling New lot Huggy Whips at T. It. Walquor unlawfully, acquitted in one case ' of James Spoonamoro 10 head 1,400-l- b ton's. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE and others continued. Tho case of Tho. cattle at !1J cts. Hdjt beef steak at M. F. Klkiu's at 10 Jarboe, for malicious wounding, was set A. T. Nunnelley bought of Ed. Car-fo- r RAILROAD. d cattle at 2j to :i centa per pound. tho Uth day of tho term. A number ter III head The Great of other cases woru either continued, lib cents; and of A. W. Carpenter .1 weighNew lleans, Hominy, Pickles, Ac., at 1,500 lbs. at !1J cents. or dismissed. ing ed away THROUGH TRUNK LINE. A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. II. A. Butler turned three largo Wednesday Joo Marshbaiiks was fined r togeth-$2- 0 A notk was picked up yesterd.iy ad- f 10 for brench of peace; George' Carter Cotswold bucks in a largo pasture I week and one weighing H00 lbs. for disturbing religious worship; Jim er last dressed ; a young lady and signed by n which weighed With Hwain who has nioro regard for society Tall $50 for unlawful shooting and $25 killed two in 20 minutes for thu rules of I.indley and 10 in jail for carrying concealed wea- 250 pounds each. Paris News. demands than A. 0. Robinson had on exhibition Murray or Noah Webster. It leads: pons. Tho cases of John Hansford for and Tom Wi en for killing Beaver hero yesterday his sorrel yearling by "Aro my company oxcoptivo with you rape Louisville Tail Baker were set for tho mh day of Harry O'Fallon, out of a Bay Dick mare. V" to church To Nashville, youngster and looks tho term; Arch Adams, hog stealing, will He is a promising Memphis, The worst mail service wo havo sudor-e- d be tried on tho 8th day and Add Clark, as if ho might rival tho best ot runners, for years is being given us by thu Col. J. M. Bcazloy sold to J. A. Hil-me- Atlanta, on the 10th. An indict- young rails, who have taken tho place of Montgomery, for rape has been returned against1 ton, of Kowland, 10 acres of land lying competent men. Tho Courier-JournoiUho Dix Itiver Turnpike, opposito Victor Becker. Little Rock, has mSoood hero twice uineo Sunday and Yesterday Tim Hoot was lined 25 for Hayden Station, at $50 per- - acre. Mr. Mohile and New Orleans. Tuesday no letter mall was put ofl'at all. disturbing religious worship and Fount Hilton has already commenced building. Capt. Jeiiks, your attention, please. Owsloy $ 10 for Belling liquor unlawfully. A switch will bo put in thero and Mr. Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. of Wm. Gaddis for malicous H. will open n store. Only one change to points in Havimi sold out my furniture and Tho trial Geoiioetown CoritT. Tho Times reshooting was set for tho 10th day. undertaker's businew). 1 desire to collect & JuiKiF. Moiuiow complains of being ports 450 to 500. cnt tlo on tho market, and nil accounts duo mo as speedily as possi$2.75 to $3.00; good, engago in other business. sick. It Is enough to mako a man sick prices ranging from EMIGRANTS ble, that I may to sit up nnil listen to tho measley littlo toppy feeders sold at 5:1.25; yearlings nt I hope my friends and customers will poundcat-tl- o Seeking homes on the tine of this road will receive cases presented to him this term, hut it $U to $3.15. Ono bunch of 000 Special rates. appreciate- my situation and mnko an efWSce agents sold at $2.81. Good mules sold at Ac,, or write 10 01 this Company for rates, routes mo. Ucspect-fully- , is much better thus. Lincoln county fort to thus accomodate yearllugs nt C. I'. ATMOKE, G. P. & T. A., Hooks can bo lias been long without an important $125 to $175 per head, and H. K. Wearon. UuIivllle.Ky $75. murder trial before. found nt Goo. D. "Wcnrcn'B. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal I Sri.K.smn now boi-kIiii- nt T. It. Wnl- - 1 OUR STORE IS FULL -- OK ..i.-.t-.v- Muti-nUV- Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Flannels, Com- ""ry - ! .s forts, Jeans, Kerseys, Yarns, Saoks, Flusk Jackets, Cloth Jackets. Call and see our Coods and get Prices. s, ZJe t . "Underwear, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Best line of U" nderwear Ever Brought to this City. A Largo Stools of Flush SEVERANCE & SON. .", Kl-bo- w -- tt . FOR RENT. i ft wiUiToii Dealer lii- - I . 7.5-- tr WARNING. I ; !l glf . ! :;.:, ... , J Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware V l"1' , ''" '' Confections, Tobaccos, &c, 4 d i Mid-dlesbo- I I MTHQiPUBTQ MAIN 8s SOMERSET STREETS, bs-o- I iUllUJi STANFORD, KY. Walton's Opera House, ? ii October 26 Stanford Roller Milts Flour always in Stock. Five- - Nieh-olasyill- .,r - hard-hearte- d i Kqui-llbli- and Seven-Bush- el Barrels of Frcsli Salt. pas-edth- ro' i,,0, Prices Always Reasonable. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. vcb-terd- Administrator's Sale Friday, October T. R. WALTON. I I no-to- p OUR 1 - ar .....;i., .... Celebrated Buell Boots in child's, and men's sizes. Men's fine Shoes in standard screw machine sewed and hand welts. Ladies' fine, hid and goat Shoes in machine sewed and hand turned. Gum Boots, Arctics and sandals in children's, oil-gra- in ou-ni'- 1 -- -- -- 1 1 Have arrived: single and Rubber-Line- d Vamps, plain, aitd, box toe in kip and calf. Boys' extra high Buell Button. Boots; Brogan Boots in split, boys' lLo Mi T$o and hiv;m plain and box toe V:! 1,400-poun- I I SOUTH' & WEST Misses, women and men s sizes. ! BRUCE & McEOBERTS. jL houso-breakin- nt The Great Remedies ! al ARKANSAS TEXAS. KKK'I SI'KCIFIC cures ull Hood diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcer, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat White Swi'llin;, Syphilitic diseases in all its stages, Necrosis, Ac. l'rice $1 per liottlc. IIAV1S' IKON DITTKKSis the most ulrasaiit to Uke ol a I the Iron tonics. It cures DvsDensia it gives a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles ami nervous system, l'rice $1 per hottlp. GATMI'K'.S WORM SYKU1' is m.ido of the best worm killers and espellert known lo the medical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is ple.is.int l' take, snfe and reliable, l'rice 35 per bottle. Impulrcl Digestion, Sick Headache, GATLIFF'S MAONKTIC P1I.1.S for ull Liver S.C. Acts ascntharlic. l'rice ,5 cents per box. lor sale to the trade by the Manufactured und WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO.. Williamsburg, Ky. - BRYANT & STRATTON Business College TlooUKrplna, Short Hand, Tetcornphy.ttc Write br iciMoyiie ur full lii'urmnllmi.LUUlO I0ll V lsslsaEv l T IV WfWPjtPlif'llll ' Semi-Week- I EtioupU ioiuK kidded to tho morn Ilia's ml"'.- - ,in,i a jar at a tumpura-lur- o It. W. . A I N l'.S. olios' ? Ji;rji?s, to vonjruluto In two orfirvi houi-h- . and than loft R. B. for twenty to ttvuntj four hours. of any sccial mold, a common SlCCLSSOR TO hulr nluvo may bo used. Aftor jiour-in- j Formerly .ccupled lis- H K Miller, at tin same THE HATTER, out tho tvhoy pnthoivd 011 top of M'MICHAEL, place for tilGHF HUNDRED J)Oi.l.AltS HOGS ON TWO LEGS. cash. tho curd, cut It with a elcliuuiur in 511 4TH AVHJNUE, So'llti of 'lliiis.i Willi .Mukn Will Mil mi the bllrch and hiy It 011 a sieve to drain: Same eon bo sen by applying to Mr. XV. V Ken nedy, Crab Orchard. Street it Itiil'il.'ii. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. win 11 thin - done, cream in qunntitle.-- i As I stroll along tho sidewalks. I soo to milt (but not mora than J Ol'I'ENHKIMFR, that from No 30 stale Street New York The Nobbiest & Most Stylish a great many people who scorn to bo an oqual quantity of mllK ari was happy In exact proportion to tho Stock of Ih then addud. and mixed amount of inconvonienco and disgust by inashlntr with a wooden ie'btlf, Ulco " they can Inlllct. One Ik tho man who pntuto-mtuho- r. until it U a uniform On iv3) Nov. 5, 1839, walks down a crowded thorough furo it pithto; thin U then placed In wlcltor smoking llmburgor cheese In 11 rancid molds, ns a rule, heart shaped, and it I will sell ' corn-cor- b pipe. Ono is the man who js ready for use. It mut bo kept in Kver brought to tho city ot Louisville, no open including the blows his noao without tho use of a an x if wanted to keep several handkerchief. One is tho man who ex- days. Monrnd's A II C in Cheese Milk- KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS And entire lot of Stock, consisting of pectorates latorally In a high wind. Andalsomr own importation of Knijliih Hats 40 Head of Jack Stock, 40 Head of! Hut, at tho risk of being censorious, I ing. ind Caps An elegant lino ot Canct Mid Lyon's Horses, must insist that In tho samo category Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Kine She Vas Proud ot Him. Consisting principally of llrood Mares and includ- - belongs tho man who carries a cano. trig my fine stallion, ON TIME. Also all other, I do not mean SEAL SKIN, SAOQUES, CAPS, tho man whom a "Aro you inturuituil in athletics? ttock necessary to carry on a tarm, including crop and farming utensils, cano carries. When a man needs naked MIi.s Ttvlllielc of a younj.' travel- Gloves and other Furs, a tpecialty Orders outTerms All turns under $10 cash; over thnt amount negotiable note will be taken, pavable In a cano to support him. ho keeps ing man who had been paying borne side nf city solicited, perfect sailsfactlor sjuaran- a inonius, wiiii u per cent, interest, teed, Don't till to order a NOII1IV HAT. Vlvi lower end of It on tho intention. i.anu j l asn the anu uaiance in unu 2 jeais wiin o per cent m ground all Iho time, and out of tho way "1 didn't care much about thowj nuit-io- rs LEVI HUllll terest from day ol sale 68 Shelby ciiy.jCy.j of the public, lint when a man, in a until recently." crowded city, ci.rrlcsa cane, ho carries 'Hut you are exercising now?" It for oi'iiiiinoiit and for amusement. "J should bay so. I can jump a ton-foI Therefore ho swings it in tho air, feueo at ono hound and outrun any IsJKL j fJ , carries It under his arm, and raps with d dog that over Infested a jfl it on every solid object that he passes. door-yardThen he and his cano becomu a nui"And to think," sho muriuurod fondsance. People strike their feet against ly, "that it Is to my father that you It. They run into It when ho holds it owo ill! this " Merchant Traveler. IC A (EfFMCIf ! horizontally and receive a punch In JT. e& tho face or 011 a clean vest It gets bo- Mrs. Gruhbs "Morniti1, Air. , tween their logs and trips them up. It .Tonkfi. I want a gallon of oil." Air. HUSTONVILLE, KY. delights tho owner, and it bores overy Jotikri (tho grocer)- - "Vcs'm; white-oil-, Arc still In the business and ready to do any body olso who comes near him. Per- I supposo, as usual." "No, I guess thine 111 the Undortakitij; line. We have a full OH MONTHLY SICKNESS , of all stock of Cases and Rohei r TAKEN OURIMO. Ct4A.r4.CE. AtE j haps it would bo moro accurate to say I'll hcv bdiiio 'midnight' oil of you'vo of every description.Casketshearse,kinds and nearly Our which is GrVLrVT DKHGErsBUFi-ERMBWlMOIUUj delights too owner because it got oiiny. My boy's homo from roll- new can be obtained on short nonce Mr. J, II mat it JBOOK TO"VIOMIM"jwnMr annoys and boros ovory body else Green lias chargo of and will show outs- and hu said h'ed have to buru our goods to any onentr business anything in out needing ATLANTA fit BRADFIEIDREGUWTORCO. Chicago Journal. Hue some.- "- Time. 04tf MUBYAuaKusam. A Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, Tho angler must have a stoutly norve Publlahod Every Tuesday and Friday and quick hand to make a success of trolling for bhu'flsh. Tho fish must bo possible. Such hauled ADVANCK a thing hi us quickly ns him is entirely S'J PKll VJSaVU.llV ns playing with "When not to paid $2.60 will be charged.V out of tho question. The slightest bit of slack lino or delay, and in nlno instances out of ton tho fish will break K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. away. His not ait unusual thing to Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning catch them with lacerated jaws, thus at 4:30 p. in. showing evidence of previous battles with anglers. To tho amateur there Is L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. a good deal of downright hard work 11 31 P" If ill train gome North In time, however, he South 131pm about the sport. 57 P rn become Express train " South accustomed to tho work of .. it North layarti Local Freight North .630 am constantly hauling in his lino to re5 53P m South. move tho The latter train alo carry passenger. Solai with which tho hook becomes clogged, The above it calculated on standard time, In which condition the ulmblo bluotlsh time ii about an minute Tatter could not the shimmering staid. He must also become accustomed to an MISS KATE BOGLE occasional sore finger, caused by the It a Candidate for Superintendent of Public strain upon tho Hue. These Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. however, are trivial In comparison to tho sport dud tho delightful sail. M. F. There aro no mosquitoes or black-llle- s It a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, to make ono's llfo a burden, as in trout of the Democratic party subject to the action and salmon fishing Kxpenslvo fishing-tackl- e Hlec.iou August, So Is not at all necessary. It Is a plonsiiro which may bo Indulged In by R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. overy Individual wealthy enough to hiro a DENTIST. Chumming for bluellsh is slightly Office on Main street, opiwtite I'ortm.in Hume, moro expensive than trolling, but it is ttairs. Nitrous (Hide lias given for painless lip more exciting. Tho captain of tho extracting. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. must bo notified in advance to boouro u few hundred menhaden. On tho eventful day he sails out with DR. W. 13. his party to his particular farorito DENTIST. spot and anchors. An improvised is placed on one side of tho Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. I.. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. boat, and tho menhaden aro ground up Into what Is called chum. This Is gradually thrown ovorbonrd; then tho WALLACE E. VARNON, captain halts each angler's hook with a Attornoy at Law, plcco of tho fish, and tho sport begins. Tho anglers pay out Kentucky. Stanford, their lines, allowing tho bait to Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin-nfloat away with tho chum. Tho appeal. counties and in the courts of lino chum simply aggravates tho blue-fislOfficeover McKobcrti & Stagg's drug store. and they dash through it, looking for more substantial food, which they Coal Invariably find enveloping a coppor saollcd lmok. 'J his Is tho supremo I keep on hand a No. quality of Jelhco, Lily and Nut Coal in my yard, Leave your orders at moment when tho angler's skill Is testYard or S. S Myers' store atid they will be attend- ed. It is tho moment whon ho ncods ed to promptly. J. 11. I1IGG1NS, Stafford Ky. 63 all tho presence of Inlnd ho possesses. Should he becomo excited, ho is sure ! to ioso his prize. An advantage in chumming Is that either hand linos or From my place near Preachersville on the night of theoth a red cow with iMitlv roan head, short rods and reels may be used. Sportsmen horns, a years old last spring. I ill pay a liberal Iti both cases tho reward for her return or for information leadirg prefer tho latter. lino must be paid out as rapidly as tho toher recovery. JOHN IILA KK.NSMU'. tldo Is running; when nearly out, it must be reeled or huuloJ in again, tho BLUE-GRANURSERIES bait examined, the seaweed removed and tho lino paid out again. One Is as A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grape Vines, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, l!koly to get a strike reeling in as In and everything for the orchard and garden. We paying out; and, us In trolling, ono employ no agents hut sell direct at low prices to the planter. Personal inspection of our immense must be ever on the lookout for tho stock invited Description catalogue with salua. sudden, savago strike of tho fish. ble suggestions on application It F HII.I.ENMEYER, When the rush comes. If you have not Lexington, Ky tho rod and reel under perfect control, you will not only lose tno fish, but you may return with a broken rod or tho loss of hundreds of feet of line. My New House on Main St., Hluellsh feed on tho schools of menStanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr. W. II. haden and othor small fish with which Higgins, Stanford, or to me at Danville, Ky. tho bay abounds. It is a grand sight LOTTIE N. HOL.MKS. 3 to bee them at feeding time. Whole regiments of them may be seen to lenp from tho water in their wild rushes Within a half tmte of Lancaster, Kentucky, after their unfortunate prey. They A Good House &2CO Acres insh tho water Into foam In their mad charges, and often blto each other durOf land, ao Aero In clover The land can be corn or ing thrlr delirious olTorts In urocuring rented as a whole or In parcels, to go small grain, subject to the preference of reuter, food.)CIivn when not hungry thoy will would prefer to rent for a series of years y refill upon schools of othor In Lancaster, on Danville avenue, a first class tvttf boarding house, euht lane rooms: house in a fish 'itssd 9iiUr and bite right mul left, good state of repair, within a few feet of the bus killing and mulmlng merely for tho iness portion ot tlie town. Address 66 Mrs. I) M. ANDERSON, sport it alTords them. Thse canniLancaster, Ky. bals act ns though they were not afraid of any thing above or below tho water. KORAn occailonal shark gets among them, SALE" AT A SACRIFICE however, and brings them to their senses. Another peculiarity of the fish is that they may bo caught as freolv I will sell the house known as the during a thunder-stor- m a on a pleasant day. It Is said that thoy aro tho only fish which have no respect for the battlos of the elements. Almost all others seek deep water as soon as I'orONIi THOUSAND DOLL MIS cash thunder Is heard. Thoy aro at all timos an interesting study, but, as ono The Cottage opposite the Railway captain aptly put It: "The moro you Depot, study them tho less you know about them." Harper's Weekly. 1 sea-tang- i ly 'r r. 'iptr'"',f';yy y y y. "tt Tiry Interior Journal CATCHINQ BLUEFISH. Great fcpurt Itequlrliia; n Sternly Nerv. und it Quick llund. AT NIGHT. Indnttrlous Tollers Working Ileneatlt th Sorfiica of Mm Knrth. door-wa- y, MINING I LEAVENING POWER illua--! S. O. DAVI8, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, of tho nnthrncito roglon. It Is located ROYAL (PureHBHHMIstsssssl..HHHaa fT ttrt Itlfillllfltttl tMSMt.1 J.S..4 hIiisils tltn..tt Joddo, in I.uzorno County, a plooo !GRANrs'(Alum mndo notorious during tho Molly nUMFORD'S (fresh)... Magutro reign. In company with an HANFORD'S (when fitth) experienced guide with a small mluor'.i CHARM (Alum Powder). . lamp suspended from hat-bann tour-5- t DAVIS' and 0. hV (Atum)a enters the dreary, cavernous dep he of night. As his oyos becomo accusCLEVELAND'S d, . upright logs and a crossbeam, marks tho en- Of tho various Baking Powdora trated from actual tests. trance to tho loading tnlno In the honrt mndo of A small MT. V1CI WON, K V. Office next door to Whitehead's Driift Specialattcntion given to diseases of children 77-- iir. f. HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, S FAN FOR l), kV I COMPANY V I V Engineering and Surveying all brunches. i in CREAM I I unnoy-ance- s, Ilrinkley 1 3 sall-boa- L sail-bo- at PENiY, fish-grind- er good-size- d --- --- g h, Attention, Burners. Stravcd or Stolen 1 SS 71-- SFOB, SALE. FOR RENT. 111 -- tomed to tho darkness, ninklifghla wiy PIONEER (San Francisco) 1825. over rivulets of running water and ' stumbling over shining piee.js of CZAR anthracite, he reaches tho mil rend dr. rmcE's LEXINGTON.KY. track which connoeLs the tollera In SNOW FLAKE (GrotTt) On l)ssellini;, II umliohl Furniture, Slires, Mer ihandisc, At. , apply to the Id this underground with their '.. brother workmen in tho mammoth CONGRESS Pennsylvania Firo Insuranco Co. cr HECKER'S nerch.-- on the mountain s!do Lightning clauses HiJ damage pJld In a building of such magnitude that GILLTrS KVvejsjeo whether lire ensues or ml ry (iKO II IIKl'Li:, Axent. tho 17 structures on Chestnut HANFORD'S (None Such), when net fiesh. street sink Into insignificance when STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. PEARL (Andrews & Co.) twaewca compared with It. WOOD All pertnnt tvishlm; 4 pWntant life and stclt lie sharp whistle of the llttlo en- RUMFORD'S (Phosphate), when n t fresh... pleased wife let them use I'alrnt Flour made at gine which winds Us way through Mjtifnril Knllir Mills (.'all for it at your groReports of Government Chemists. cery, und if they luve nnt girt It "li hand, urge tho dark recesses of tho mluo warns OutfL-tto- r I them 10 keep it r get an order from them and " The Royal Ilaklnfj Powder is composed of nil comers to glvo It room to pass, and gel It at the Mill ami will guarantee a pleasant 5IJ Fourth Avenue, and interesting laimiy tho tourist hastily jumps Into tho pure and wholesome Ingredients. It docs nut W ,V I'O ITS, Superintendent P - ditch mid prosses close to tho sides of conmln cither alum or phosphates, or other Lovt:, l'h.D." tho bank. The little engine, with ita ivcry, $tcd ana Sale tabls C. A. BENEDICT & CO., train laden with coal, rushes by. the"The Ro)nl Hakini; Powder U undoubtedly purest and most reliable baking powder Passing onward tho tourist ontrs a to the public! Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, roomy chamber where dusky men, offered "Henry A. nv, V ws 1 Atm Mott. M. ., Ph. D." "TAN FORI), K by dingy lights, with heavy drills, aro " The Royal Baking Powder it purest In qualA tapping Into the hard, black rock be- ity and highest in strength of nny baking powSZrv'lsslATyTsTLl -- s Wells drilled 10 nrder n.i 1'umpt liirmslifd rj&lw i neath their feet and scooping up tho der of which I have knowledge. factory prices. jo "j. WT iT r ofSpowdered dust until a sufficient depth Wm. McMtunniE, IIi.Ij. ' tSSSSsmmfKfr' is reached, when tho exploslvo materiAll Alum baking powders, no matter how m. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. al is Inserted, tho ftino applied and tho high their strength, are to be atoidetl as dangerous. I'hcipli.ite powders liberate their gas warning cry is given. lDN'DON, KY, AND FEED STABLE, j too freely, or under climatic changes sutler de- LIVERY, Good turnoult and saddle horses always lor hut All rush for shower behind tho pil- terioration. ion rcasonat letnns London Is the most conven- STAN FOR I), KY. lars or Ho fiat on tho ground until tho lent point on the railroad In reach placet in the the mountain lion of the Male 10 bursting rock has ceased to scatter. Sl'KClAI. AFFFNIION to COMMKUC 1AI. in and mules bought and said Tho mass thus detached is sufficient to trasclers linnet h.lse raoscd my me4t ttore fill a small train of cars, but a body of in Ithe Com iiierti.il Motel, mirth across the street, tide of Main t laborers with pick and shovel and where have lilted up tVithincrctted facilities, 'im now heller prepared than etcr to furnish the reduce it to a con- puchc vsilh all kinds ol fresh meats. WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO. M K KI.KIN q venient sizo for handling. Tho train E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Is soon loaded and tho llttlo engine I takes It to tho bottom of tho slope, No Hotel In Keiil itky has a repuntion, CKAll OKCIIAKO. KV where a mammoth wire cablo Is atnil its pr pnlor Is dclerinlmj Ihtl I with to sell myjfarm of 6 acres situated on shall be maintained tached, and poworful engines at tho the Lancaster pike two miles from Stanford Fhc Dealer In. mouth of tno slope draw the load to laud Ituall grass, a comfortable dwelling nf rooms situated upon tt Wilt sell at a bargain Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps; He has recently oV Jed 10 lit appointments the outer air. Tho cars aro then O. A 1IKNF:I!CT.. tanford S 41 Hoot Shnes. Clothing, Hardware. Queens. placed on the tracks of tho breakor ware, I niMarc, r urmture ana a I'arlorH ind poworful maehinory carrlos them I Conoral Lino of Crocorlos, p wards to a groat height, whoro tho J F'anry Candies, Cruss lies, lie. A First-Clas- s Livory Stnblo t, mass Is shot down on an Iron tloorod A All kinds of 1'roduce taken in eschsnge for goods To accominola r the demands of hit Increased room, where brawny men break up On Somerset street, at present occupied by Mr transient pairoeaie, llest lurnouts futnuhed li II Cooper A very tho largo lumps and tho mass Is again obtuinetl at a tars;ain desirable plate and can be JO. Atiuress or can on II. M'ROBEKTS, M. 1.)., Commercial ravelers and others started downward, passing though tf H. ANDKRSON, llrp,r, Kansas, Or I M McKOIIKK IS, .Stanford, Ky. STANFORD, KY. several chambers and being picked aver and examined by numbers of old Lancaster I (J Ific e 011 remove toStreet, opositeCourt-ll8ui- e to LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. men and bo)s. who are considered fit Having this place from Liberty, for nothing olso but to pick slate. practice his I'l.lVUIUIl.t.H. the attention ol tho on , Acres, ready at c fact that Thoo mines are worked day and he with to scllsny Farm of 170 pike, 4 situatedirom ,,!, or to the lo answerlie will betown or all hours THE LARGEST AND FINEST country, miles nli;ht llvatitvillentid Ktrkstille calls dav svateretl, hat upon it a com night, and there is no intermission. Lancaster It is well Thirty years olhlt hie were spent in Stanford and house, tiable, urcnaru in ict, he deems it unncicttarv to tpeak ol hit ability at fortable No daylight penetrates tho gloom of all the necessary couseniences. I hase also four a physician and surwjeun A shire 01 tn patron- HOTEL IN THE CITY. woiildscll. age of the people ol Stanford and vicinity itatked tho tnlno. but tho Dicker from tho lit- other tracts HANhllKKKY WKSt. Hyatttsillc 58 by him J tle lamps suspended In front of tho RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD-INr of tho army of workmen IMPORTANT CHANCE OF TIME. Sacrifice. S.'ile somowhnt dispels tho gloom. With TO ROOMS. On and after epi 8. iia, ihe lime ol tri"s "n cans upon their buolc. one filled with ArllUM' AND UAIKY F'AUMof 160 Acre, Ihe N N. ft M V K I "Old Ketiluck) Rome" miles county. oil. another with water and another in l.eatcnworth Mo. All Kansas, within is dwell- will be as follows lencetl; Kansas City, IIATIIS IN HOTF.L. a.m. TURKISH A Katt null dail es Sun Iv. LesiBiilsn with powdor. tho miners wend their of barn and smoke house, 10 acres ef fine ing " Accomodation, J jo p. m, orchard, a acres of crapes and oilier F; , n p. in. " apple Veslibulcd way Into the bowels of tho earth. small fruit magnificently watered by nestr failAccoin air Lettntaii di!) es. Sun lias it Koturning again to the earth's sur- ing springs. Country thickly tclllcd and church" " 11 15 p. m. Fast mail, " 4; p. ill. arrises I.eiltuton daily face, looming up in tho darkness Is tho es schools and railroadto near perLand adjoining t eslibulcd acre 'I here is ijo and no better held al $40 Trains leasing Ltaintftou at t a m dally and matt. Price arriting at 11. as p in 'lailvhise been withdrawn mammotn breaker. Klco ric lights shlno a fortune in this for an imltittr.ous J MfKPHV, J II YAKItlNf.lON. from its many windows. Tho tourist $30 per acre on easy terms. Address JOHN M. PHILIPS. ad t. P I. P A 1(00111604 N Y. Life HuildiiiK, Kansas City, Mi" Pas. Awt, S A IIROMllKRf..Trav ascends the stops and now and thou, 67. im Lexington, Ky. feols a splash of spra from tho water through which tho coal pa-iuntil ho approaches tho upper chamber. Here, sealed around a not work of MT. VEItNON, KV. shallow pans in which the coal is coniM:t:4ds ra Hoteljit still maintain This old and "JIL.LrlCCJU.V55 KOUTW stantly in motion and pressed forward nig iti fine reputation. Charget reasonable. Specr. .wBtw tn 4 ti Mt'Bbi on its journey to the car. is a largo cial attention to the traveling public THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE M. P NFwWCOMII, Prop., Kir body of peopl of all ages and nationFrom Mt Vernon, Ky, t alities. As the streams of glittering CENTRAL KENTUCKY coal pass in review before them, each To all Points q plcco of slum Is romovod and thrown .hm1vs&i Into a box alongside of the bn.--y workThlsnotne fcirewarnt hunters, fishermen and s KiKri? h ers. Tuns ot er.t piece of coal which 13 others not to trestiats on our lands without be prosecuted to tltv mission, brought to tno market is handled by ti est esletitasofall srn.li willSigned: the law FA8T LINE BETWEEN number of people. PhiMolphla Press. T. I. HILL, GKU I) HOPPKR. M. McRullKKlS.IR. M. h. IIAL'C.H.MAN, s. .. LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. sPsiW J H IIRCCF; ROUT McALIblKR. S II. IIAUIJI MAN, How French Croa' ,i .hesso Is Made. S. II. SHANKS, ilAUCIIMAN. A M 'H.ANI) sciif:dulf: in ki i r ma Established for. nrsTJUAiTcia' islt.i-.he- fsJKOtftf ' . wor.c-sho- p . nr-ak- -- ten-sto- .1 1 WALLA6E, Kentucky. Men's I Louisville, i. f.kuci:, 4b2 JSil aferiifflifi J ifX... tljfa . iKs A , m Removal of Ilutclicr Sliop I I I sledge-hamme- rs .rr'" """" rHTHE MYERS HOUSE .For Sale J 131. HZILTO 111 4 FOR SALE Pool and Ililliard I llriek House and ' I-o- ( THE GALT HOUSE, FARM FOR SALE I I I 111 65-l- f head-gea- For at a C bear-mi- ; 11 4 RIS-.IV- V. 4 I cs NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Kentucky Central R. R. Sj-t- POSTED. m$m 451. ms$4M mm ?hQ Bf3 - o per-ful- I l ...! ss I ' JOHN W HOLMES, P. C.I'ARKISH. J. HAVDF.N, m n.v. hoi.mf:s. kiciiakds. JOSH ADAMS PHILIlKRT RICHARDS MRS. IIKNRV E. T. PKNCF:, li N'n South-Roun- . l No Daily 4 I t Sun. so 10 1 -- In-slo- GEOGEGHAN, I.ve Cincinnati I.ve CovWKtnn.. ST i- II 10 a m 10 i p m Arr Pant u ra p in 11 00 p in Arr I.esMKson.. .1 w 11 ao I.se Paris Arr Winchester... is 05 p in1 p Ms...... 30 Arr Iticlimoml... 4 i p m Arr Lancaster.. 1 ya p m' Arr Slinford. I.ve Itichmond til1 "" j uo p m Arr lierea Lexington.. 5 to p ml Arr 1 . . . 1 North-lloutid. I.ve F'almtsuth.... i I ini'lm am S 00 am 9 17 p in p m p in TO PTJBIilC SAILS, Tuosday, I IIy Farm of 336 Acres, aa world-renown- Ice-bo- t N. S 10 3. No 1. 9 I.ve I.ve Arr I.ve I.ve Arr I.ve Arr Arr Livingston... Richmond.. Stanford .... Lancaster Richmond.. Itlchmnud, Winchester lierea. . a in 5 a 111 IJ 45 a in 7 CM) a 111 7 o a 111 9 45 a 111 0 p 111 6 10 ui ; ' ' msmsm jJii Xix&sZihSi! - .r 4 I ' Ig erg KY. Pant ' .... JPJFIELD'S ot li bow-legge- &. PrmiiATnp llltmtel" ." Vliill VII T. STJTTOIT CO., MENSTRUATION J ill .1 til i.exmK,on . 3 45 P "i n I.ve Pant 4 35 P m a in j 07 p in I.ve Falmouth.. a Arr CovinKton 7 70 p m a 7 35P rn Arr Cincinnati On theMaytville llranch, No 9. leases Paris al 8 00, a m and No. 11, at 543, p m, arriving al Maytvitle al in 5, a m, and Bio, p m. No, ic Maysville at 3,1 a m, arriving al Pant al leaves 740, am. No ij leaves Maytville al I 10 and arrives at Paris at 4 05, p in. These trains are daily except Sunday. No, 43 leaves Lexington 1005 am; arrives Patlt 10 43 am; except M1nu.1v No. 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 15 pmi.irrises I'nlmoulh 7aoum! eveent Suntlnv No, 7M.ave Falmouth 6 01 am; arrive Cincinnati 755 am; except Sunday No ji leaves Cincinnati 8 30 a m; arrives Falmouth 10 30 a m; Sunday only. No, 33 leaves Falmouth 4 15 in ; arrives Cin cinnati 615pm; Siindiiy only. Train Notes! No, 3 runs dally between Lexingruns daily between ton und Cincinnati, No Cincinnati and l.txingloli Nos. 1 mid 6 make connections at Winchester lorpoiiitson ihe N. N. A-- M. V. lty No 4 makes ibis collection at Lexington. IMPORTANT. Trains of this line now arrhe at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Fatt nnd Wctl. Through tickett and baggage checked to any destination reached hy a railroad, F'or full particulars address any agent ot the Co. IC. II. BACON, S. F II, MORSF:, Traveling Patt'g'r Atji., Uen'l Patt'g'rAgt., Lexington, R), Covir.gton, Ky. II K HUNTINGTON, General ManaKer. GLNKRAI OFFICES Chamber of Commerce HuiMkng, Cincinnati, 0 111 111 1111 11 -- 1" p 111 10 p 111 7 4$ 3 45 p in 7 00 p 111 8 53 3 4 p 111! 9 3 5 31 p 111 I'l 35 645 P ui 10 45 3 4 WM.ADAMS&S.ON, ROADWAY, LEXINGTON, I.I J. tssssV . - - ''VjOJISV.iU nI,AllNriCHICeoRii0 IPC" ' I j. itTi... I a.U swJitSQrasrHKJSn: . 9 J T. - "1 A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving both LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Secures to Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE F'ver atternpUd between the great commercial ctlict on the Ohm River and Clurago, and hence the fastest time and most comfortable trains between all point" in the boiith, or to the Weit and Northwest. '1 he counterpart of ihit train on all trunk lines is dctiiMhliiatcd '1'he Limited Express. The surerh rolling stork we employ gives patrons Unlimited liiinlnri rAl all Coupi.ii Ticiiel Offices in the South you still find our lnne mblrsaiid tickets, Say gel Motion i d slick, to Mcnon, it you want to save money and have a pleasant journey. City Ticket Agents und Office's! I Mo-lio- n, General Pattenzcr Agent, Chicago, k. o. Mccormick, M E. A, fOKHF.Nl.1., HI'CKNFIt, jMth Ave, Uultvllle, Ky. r9 VI... st , Cincinnati, 0.