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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890070401 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 1890 $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. a t y, v Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 4. 1890. NO. 36 le VOL. XVIII, CRAB ORCHARD. ' left Wednesday for Walton, Hoone counMT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. McKINNEY. ty, where this fall he will likely reeni- Several infante have died in this Tlie colored ,'brudders"of the Chris bark in educational work. His daughKiumet McCormack has shipped arc buvitiu a new Bhintde ter, Miss ltirdie, will remain with Mrs. about J5.000 Iambs from this place in the county during the past week. tian church inMattie, the little roof put on their house of worship- .Juujo W. O. Hansfoid during the buiii-hu- t. last two months. Mr. W. II. I'ettus will be operator at who ex- fant daughter of of Jonas McKenzie, died The Colored Odd Messrs. Peyton King and Clarence pected to have a grand march and n big Monday of the picvniliug complaint and tli Spring tills summer to who home of Hardin, who are helping to beautify was buried Tuesday. badinage to the Louis"Jeeius Crow by the painter's matchless art speaking heie Saturday evening, were Give the building and loan associa-- ! ville TltlUS. ran down Sunday to Bee their homefolks. disappointed by the storm and had to " H. Hulk have tion your attention. It will help to liftj Mr. ami Mrs. -Little Miss Pearl Collier is spending a give it up. : " named their npttulitly heir William couple of weeks at Hazel Patch witli her Revs. Ward and Holing attended the Mt. Vernon out of the rut in which she i in honor of Dr. 'eller, who cousin, Mrs. Annie Miller. Miss Fannie Sunday-schoo- l convention at Mt. Cal- has been resting too long. Dowel troubles and typhoid fever -bo.s remibli-ca- n THE GREAT declare that It lill be the Coulter, of i'arksvillc.iswith.Misses Kate vary. Casey county, Friday. KM. .las. are prevalent. The sanitary authorities of its family. at the Presbyand Mary Curtis at theirdeliithtful coun- W. fychary will pteiu-The census work In this precinct is try home. Col. W. U. ISradlcy and family terian church on the night of the Itli, at are advising a thorough cleaning up and disinfection of all premises. finished. Theie'rt but it slight ditlerenee are passing the heated term amid the 8 o'clock. James Middletou, foreman on work eighteen colts, the get of the population thin year ami' that of cool, inviting shades of C. (). Springs, Sixteen or in train, was married Tuesday to Miss Frank-i- e is per10 years no. The laoK of a boom and we are here to say that the colonel Belmont Chief, were shown here SaturHill, at Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Will betrtn in the- haps the cause of the (mortage. is as tine a ten-piroller as he is a cam- day evening for the purpose of selecting of (ten. Uuekiier's stall", paigner, aud all the world knows that five of the best to show with the horse stark gave them a reception dinner here Col. Ciump, Wednesday. pays that the State troops' will not en. he's at that. Mr. James L. against Pence and live of his get. They A party consisting of Messrs. Willis here tills summer as 'twas idveii Hutchinson and wife, of Piueviile, are were an excellent lot add competent tamp m Adams, Jr., Tolea Wallace, Kgbert Fish, out, localise there's no cash in the treas- nere 1111111111 witn menus ami relatives. judges say they never saw a better colMrs. L. H. Adams and Mi6s May Adams ury to pay for the boys' annual junket. HesaysPinevllle is the boss town foi lection the get of one horse. are on a Ilshing expedition at Dillion, on Andy Stuart, Opposite the Portman I Ions-.'- , Staifrrd, en The shop that knew A ten ihle thunder storm prevailed Mrs. Jones, of Williams-tocarpenters. Hockcastio river. Friends from Alta- now knowH him no the toiiBorial artist, in this section last Saturday, in which 11, a lady of raie musical attainments, r, cm more, but henceforth he may bo mind is the nue-- t of Mrs. A. W. Montgomery our very excellent Miss mont and fetauford joined the party B it i!. (). Snrimrs. where Johnny ean net this week. Mrs. Hodires ami her two Hannah Fair, had a very nairow escape. there. Mr. J. W. Huston, representing the l.in hair cut. hair rut short, ami his charming dauijliter. Misses Lillie aud She was standing near the door leading .Ltua Oil Company, of Pittsburg, Pa., slick as a billlanl nmdc its .! e to an adjoining room Maiu, who have heeu visiting Mrs. from the And continue until has opened an ollice at the Xewcomb ball if he wishes it. Thomas C. White for the last few week, of her lesidcnce when lightning struck Hotel here, aud is busily engaged leas-- Col. J. C KIiij: has rented J. l have returned to their homeinTa.ewell, the house, knocking Iier down and stunHoldam'B property on 1ist Main street, Teiin. Cl. W. II. Miller of Stanford, ning her considerably. However, she is ing lands for the purpose of boring for mid he and his family have :ivuii up was in town Saturday saluting the good all right again and all is Fair with Ward oil. He says three test wells will be duiinj taeir lodulnKS at the Spr.njs ami moved people and strengthening his candidacy No.'i. Lightningalso struck a tree in sunk oil. the fall. He is confident of (hiding retued existence. fur tlnther to enjoy a more the constitutional convention to front of Woodson Montgomery's house, Mrs. Itosalind Neshitt is meeting The "colonel,"' how ever, will still hold which Ins friends say he will be a mem- knocking Mrs. Cicero Reynolds down. with encouragement on every hand in Arc disposed ol. It is of vital importance that every cash customer position at the Spring. t.n ber by a whooping majority. Mr. J. S. Dock Coil'ey states that while out with wuu'm -- 0 in;tcs 0f Stanford should attei.d thi, sale. -- Mr. J. C. Itlnehait and wife are KdmLstou, who has hud such good suc- his little boy shocking wheat he saw a her race for school superintendent in this. Uhinehart Dviug nun Kiiuwii us a leacuer Mr. luiwuv. Below you will find a few down from Nnevillo. cess in selling Wniintnaker's "clodings," flash of lightning which seemed to dihelped to take the census in Hell countv has accepted a permanent position with vide) one part of which sti nek him and of ability aud a lady who has taken at alt times a deep interest in educational af- -' aud worked the famous "Hed Hint" Suedeker it Hoyuton, wholesaleclotliiers tore the crown out of his hut, but did not primitive of lairs, sue deserves tne lieartv for Kins, which New York City, ami will "take the road" hurt him, the other striking a bundle aud unsophisticated rusticity beats about the middle of this month with wheat in the hands of his hoy some ten tion of all who have- the interest of our schools at heart. 1,000 yards of Standard Prints, including best American Indigo ny -- deebtrict" on earth, so he says. Tennessee ami Kentucky for his territo feet away, tearing it to pieces without The two weeks' protracted meeting, Blue, 5c per yard. of St. Louis, Misses Minnie Myers, injuring the boy. ry. Mr. Ilmistou is a young man of deMejjer.of UeorKotown College, cided commercial tact ami we hope The entire line of Cham-br- a A. C. Dunn has rented his farm which was conducted by Kldr W. U. aud 1a-5,000 yards of Lawn, good colors, to Harris House with their we him at the top of the trade before from J. Wess Itailey ami moved to it. Uice, of Williamsburg, closed with a towill go in this sale at Ginghams that have been selling for are at the grandmother. Apropos, Miss Leah, at many seasons. J. II. Hutchiiius is in Mr. H.ulev has moved back to town and tal of .'rO additions to the Christian 8 cents. the i lose of the collegiate year at (icorgi- Florida prospecting with J. W. James in occupies the house vacated by Mr. Dunn. church. Elder Kice is a preacher of A lot of American Satteens to close the line, lor t..wn, how away a handsome melat Mr. II. W. Klmer, of Massachusetts, great eloquence and power. The crowd20 pieces of Ryswick Suitings, choice patterns, 5c per yard. the phosphate regions. He writes t ed houses which greeted him fully atproti.lcncy In Latin. Mr. Will Myers is Ladies' Ribbed Vests ioc, three for 25c. of that new industry which who has been visiting Mr. J. P. Crow for j several days, has gone to Toledo, O., to tested the appreciation of the people. also here with theyouni: ladies renewing lie ami Mr James are developing. Four pair good Hose for 25c. Five spools of Thread, 200 yards on X .U riumlahllkM spend the remainder of the summer. A Elder Hutlaker, of Woodbine, the regu- leach spool, for 5c. Palm Fans iccach. U K !!... I. Resolutions by theK.P. A. iiood morrow, .'r. f young man by the name of Acmau, who lar pastor, was heie a portion of the Hest Apron Check Ginghams 7l - c. Alabama Check Cottons of Saet vou fresh from the fields w) the Mr. Young K. Allison from the com- has been working 011 the section and time.Mr. W. M. Weber and family are iu I,cr X',ru- - J nt opportunity to get -lm TltluxuaiJI! ""'1 'l,l tlult il l", mittee on resolutions reported the fol- who has been very ill with flux, was Thuie's no lowing, which were unanimously adopt- moved to his home on the Ohio river from Kuoxville for the summer. Mrs to be wl' you once more. on our ImpW, "XT 1 Friday night. Jack (Jtiiulau, section Annie Hays, of San Angelo, Texas, fog; in our throat, no mo ed: I I our collar. No doc munch-i-- 1 sick with ty- visiting relatives here. Dr. Redd is down ' ' nor snivel in Whereas unbounded anil kindly hos- boss, who has been quite U hroomstlck rested oh our pate pitality, such as lias been shown tbe phoid fever, is out, walking around fiom Crab Orchard. Dr. Lovell and J. in. no bri:ht-eyedarnel Kentucky Press o E. Vowels are on the sick list. Little and no Association by the good I again. Mack Fair, of Hartford, is we a lucky big the family of his fathei. Mr. O. U. Charlie Davis is ill. .Mrs. L. S. Jouee, trepanned our heart. Alnt of Winchester, cannot be you uscaiHsl so well and nor even fittingly ncknowldgcd in wools, Fair- - U. W. Walker, of Junction City, accompanied by her beautiful daughter, ..ul' Kd. Km- - nf I.nniHvilI in visit I in' rtd:itivta .a.l to have you with us apdn. but the members of the association have is at home for a two weeks' visit. Miss Come at once before the assortment is broken. remarkably liUh temperature received so much generous attention and Mary Stllee, and little brother, of Cox's here. Misses Letha and Hurta Cook, of' Is ou' before you -- The Vou can "et anvthimr vou want baleful lt" guests of Mies, ottlio t wwk Ot such handsome treatment from the citi- Creek, are with their aunt, Miss Hannah Cook's Station, were the . our small villtivie as well as in zens of Fair. Miss Mattie Vandeveer, of Stan- Lucille Joplin this week. Mcsdauus, ttnrk the Oatcway City that some for. Three prostrations are mal memorial of thoe facts will at least ford, was visiting Miss Lillian Tanner, who Xield and Hrown are at Altauiont. M ficlar.-ecitierJes-- 6 drawrepoitcd. Uiueii Lindsey, n farmer; indicate the hearty appreciation that the is home from Hamilton College, looking Ueorgia Kice narrowly escaped a laborer. nn.K.rnnvllIc aociation feels. Thorefore, he it ing while attempting to cross that treac day ChaMim-.prettier than ever. erous stream, Houndstone, Sunday. Piof. Hitlev, at work on D. H. Slaughter's new ItKWH ei, That the Kentucky Press HUBBLE. James A, Hutler, of Williamsburg, was I ,w. werr nil so o iTCome by the heat AsMH'intiou, and we, the individual Tom Mock tells Henry Harlan that here Sunday. thev have been coullnud to their members thereof, do hereby partictilnrly ti.nl 'l.edrtsini-- . The nw of Mr. Chastine express to the people of Wimhoter out one morning last week he went out dfeO., Kentucky Fairs. uasthotiphtto he critical, but he and thanks for the open hospitality and un- wheie he heard u 'disturbance among his II iiRtonville Stock Fair, July lh2, !::,-are now dolnu well remitting attention ami kindness that we turkeys and killed 1'U 'possums on the the other ncntlcnieii (iarmnl County Fair, July -- 5, -- . In the Uio; Store-Rooopposite the Portmatt House. and will be able to (jo about their voca- have met during our stay here, and sKt. The 'possums had killed 1 of his The sweltering that we shall long cherish pleasant mem- turkeys. Lightning set a shock of wheat Imminence. July i.':. I days. a few days. tions in Men's Camlet Blue Pants 50c; Men's heavy check Overshirts 40c; Harrodsburg. July 2t A days. tines call for a relaxation, especially ories of the meeting of 1W0, and of the on fire in Col. Underwood's field SaturMen's heavy brown Overalls 45c; Men's Outing Cloth Coat and Vest, days. Danville, August a the laboriim classes. generous welcome that has met us at ev- day and burned it. Mrs. 65 cents. Sharpsburg, Aug. P--' I days. -- Mrs. Alice Tarrish, whose death was ery turn. It is no longer a matter of daughter of Joseph McCarley, living near Maysville, Aug. 191 days, your last Issue, was a wonder that 11 people so illustrative in here, died of llux at Preaoheraville Sattoo pairs Ladies' Kid, Button Opera Toe Shoes, to close the stock, announced in lonvrenceburg, Aug. Ill 4 days. of Dr. W. M. Dooies. of this themselves of all the good virtues of so- urday last. She was u good member of at Si per pair. Clark's 0. N. T. Spool Cotton 45c per dozen. .'auKlitei Lexington, Aug. 2d o days. one of six liatuisonie pris. ciety should be building lieie one of the the M. Iv. Chinch and leaves 110 family Arbuckle Coffee 25c. r in.-anShelby ville, Aug. 2t o days. We extend our Men's, Boys' and Girls' Straw Hats less than cost. Hats that have S! wusnurriod to Mr. 1'. h. 1'atmto handsomest and most piospeious cities but a kind husband. days. Paris, September years au, whom she leaves in the State, and inducing a large popu- sympathy to him ami her good old fattibeen selling for 50c will go in this sale for 25c each. Linen Lap Dusdays. Hardstown, Sept. Mithajrioup of promising children to lation to come hither. The wonder is er and mother. Miss Klla Carson, of ters 50 cents. A untimely jrravo. Howling Ureeu, Sept. 2 o days. is visiting at Mr. Wesley KuMcKinuey, sorrow over bur less than regular prices. The entire lot of Clothing at one-thir- d that anybody can all'ord to stay away. Winchester. Sept. i 4 days. charitable christian, a uood mother, a Kspeoially to the ladies of Winchester ban kit' this, week. Wheat is not so good Every piece of goods in the house will be marked down regardless d Cyntliiaua, Sept. H I days. livinij wife aud an elegant and atrom-lulle- are our thanks due for much of the as it was thought to be before cutting. of cost. Don't miss the place Double Room, opposite the Portman felt by all Kichniond, Sept. Id 4 days. U. A.Swinehroad has the boss rat trap ladv, her Iom will be pleasure that has been ours to enjoy. House, Stanford, Ky. deIt is of a funnel shape and Horse Cave, Sept. Hi 4 days. who knew her. Her remains were L'd, Also that the thanks of the a.sxocia-lio- n of the age. Henderson, Sept. :0 o days. in it during ported in the ((utility lot at are due, null are hereby extended to he has caught as many as Hartford, October 1 .r days. bereaved household may consola-t.o- n the several rail mad lines of the State for one night. Miriam Luce has sold his old T.i Hi.' days. Owensboro, Oct. jriven by Him wlio knoweth best the faciliti.s generously placed at the dis- wiieat to the Lancaster Mills for !0 cts. tie n heart. posal of Hopkinsville, Oct. 15 4 days. I ,w to bind up'thc sorrow-ladeJ. P. Hurnelt is talking of going to Rockthe members for attending the castle to live. We regret that this place -- Prof. J. W. Smith, of Xenia, Ohio, meeting of 1S!H). 3111c' Nerve and I.lver principal of the does not demand enough merchandise to I, as been eniRcd discovery. Ther act on tlia An lie is a nice man llior. tniiiiiriunt and IkjwcIs through thr nerves. support two stores, as Dr. Ackor's English Pills litah school here, tills year, am. win sionuoli i . 1 Arc itic. 1'lTcctivr ami They speedily cure biliousl'or tick r-- n..!. ... ...nl-- tironn nil Ions I ache. tlUerdm-- .lomach. pure of annttitc.hcail- - and has acted fairly aud squarely with A ni'uii pritn-i.'le- torpid liver, pile and contlpa1U a lew ' n bad id i:iic. public scliooi w 111 oe oniplrxiuu jiiu lilioune, tltey hate never li'cn all his creditors in his assignment. Mr. tmii. sp'i-- 'id tor men. women and children for the work. The l tiqtialeil either in Amcru nor aliuucl. l'or vale by urr".t, Stii.il lm efHrent Harnett proposes to work the road liamplii'il. ireu diMl U Iciiny docsfor.'3cent. Suntonl. A K Penny, Drui.t merged Into t ho high school and an ai A ' norA Vnlittilile IlHcovcry. out by his place Saturday and Monday. fort made to establish a teachers' That Terrible Cough Or llrnwu Soijuara's elixir of youth may ba reNow it is surely the worst road iu Ken- un In the mornini;, hurried or ilillicult breathing, mal department. Prof. Smith is no iuiiorinut it.scuvcry. hut every ono know railing tihleem, in the cer that we know of to Prof. Zack puUe, cmllinets in the rvcnlng or.hctc.it quickened tucky ami if any people in the county Ut:tt Ur I'nuiltlln Miles' New Heart Curo with lation Is Receiving His at night tulnlyls. Ithiiiulen lliouianils aflllcted need a better road and better ground to 4rlou lirarlilUcasi- - u New LoOBOOf LlfO. the .Smitli, author of the excellent History .ill of any of lhec thiii jrrKng'islifirtt iMge Dr. AcLer'k Cituuh Kerne UriiitgNI nhn r:in dumtvm its enecis ou many of Kentucky, which has recently appear- iloy will mre thce fearful nymptum, nnd u sold run it on, they surely do. It is dangerI'vtirynlieni sjnial; very highly of It. umtiT a pontile gii.uanteu y A. It. fenny ous to drive a Hilly-goover when it is Mr Jnlm is' an educator of pronounced of Iviilulitilitwu. lud.savs: ed, but he DniKKitl. Ur. .Mile-- ' Now "l imtn sold l dry or wet weather. Hro. Caldwell, of Iniie recoiie inui-- ofgmid n?oris." O. Cure und Monroe, having been for HI years conniniiy ablHtv, Do not Sutter any Longer. o Chilli-cothGive him a call. sales. "And Goods Warranted anil a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. good sermon to his of Uinl.irli. N Y.. rfiMirl Knoain th;il 4 luujhcnu be checked in J day Danville, preached n nected witli the Normal School at every bottlo Un triven iat. emri uf it tli and the firt taj;e of ceiuumptiun broken in 4 thoroughly i sum .mil fii.iriii!iMil hv A U. Pell hero Sunday. Hro. ifiii-iin--Un audience Ohio, and he js week, we hereby siurantee Dr. Ackr't Ciijjliih usual large ' , wilrpreach at the School-hous- e ny. Mnnfi'nl. ICv. will rciiind Cocii h itemed), all to train this young Idea up to the who buy Ukc it andper direction,the money to find Montgomery night. ' :i and do not irv.it Sunday J highest educational standard. Let our our ttateniciit mm t. Fur S Ie (y A K, l'cn-iiWhat III li .iiiil I; Gash (QUI Count J lO'T'm V h CUT - PRICE -- SALE n ' Big Double -- Store-roo- w post-maste- i.ri-ti..- post-ollic- ' The Entire Stock of Smsr Mi , . lif old-time- ens-toni- "KNOCK - DOWN" ARGUMENTS: 3c.t2jc 1 7c. .- iuu Jc i'!PAArn 0X '1t(IIISk IIi i X U LL1 fair-haire- d, d visit-peopl- llad Own Prices 3 Dry Goods, Clothing, " ' Notions, Boots, Shoes, GKOCERIES, m AC, M. 54 d 24 25 " 75 JOE S. JONES. Hl.6.RUPLEY,- Pill. rt0 n J m-.- - ' 1tlftHpllil A Jt ' at Wi-iiv- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. i ' e, ln-g- 1 pro-pare- d ), Ilscuyr.rs. citizens give him every encouragement and lend him their most hearty DruRSi". Our Very Bern Pooplu Cun linn on r utiitement when we say that Dr. Ait- er' KnjIUh Keineitj ! in cery way mipctlnr to hot-lie After n pleasant visit to her old Ken- any andiill nthi'r prrp.ration$ for the thro.it and lung. In whooping cough and croup, tucky home, Mr. Lieu Pettus returned mid relieve at once. We offer you u it is mjic jniplc free. Kemeniber to Htriningham Monday. Miss Pettie itive guarantee, at A.llu remedy . i .sold on a posK. l'cnny Me Fall, a handsome Florida belle, is ThoFlrBt Symptoms !of Death, here to Bpend u portion of the Biimuier hred Judge J. II part of feeling, dull lieudiu lie. palm in arious the body, kinking- at the pit of the stomwitli the Misses Stuart. ! of appetite, fctemhuet, pimple or Tnsley.ofBarbourville, was hero this ach.all pontivr eideiice of poinoned hood. lort-sre No people of his candidacy mutter how it became poiumcd it mint be purified week teliing the. uiavoiu ucutn. i;r .Ackcr I'.nillfn mood Kim r Ho hat never failed to iorcleikof the court of appeals remote (irufuloiii or jvnhillilr good impression on democrats l,'')",,f- SoId unJ" positive giurantee at A k. iuiule .Mr. uooeri r.n n wi.ll as letiubhcans, Sho whoisrecoguizedusouo of the A daughterWas Completely Cured niistou, ul my customer sulfercd from the State, will hold the inenttruatioli aud her health wai finest penmen in wrecked. At my Jiiggentiou he used one ..ositionof night clerk at 0. 0. Sj.riugs bottle of iirailfield s Female Regulator, which ubly cured her. J. V Heliums, Water alley, this season. Prof. Stevens, who bo Write the Hradrielil Reg. Co.. Atlanta, Oa , lor fonducted the high bcUoo! here last year, datliculars. Sold by alt urtigut. i - 11 ed com-nlete- ly ili. w. kiiiinn xpeeiu 1st Iu 'I hi. it uliat you ought to have, in tact you to the nnrvou yii'in and nerve must hae it to tullv enjoy life. Tl.ouMtids are Until Aiuonir liU imiiiHruiu dirou'rie the sctrching for it daily and mourning becau.c they Hiwlonitiip NitiIiic Is undoubted j one of tlio find it not. TliouiainU upon thousands of dollar It i uusiiip.isseil In Bn'iitesi are spent annually by our people in the hope that ilvspopiU, lic:nl.K'!ii'. i'illiv. ne'intlshi. b "' III1, . siooplt's'.lii'hs.i'liuligeoi thev innv attain this boon. And yet it may he iic.i", niKhiiit-ltnii- t had' by all. We guarantee that J'.lci trie Hitters, otc. t'irf iruil liottl'tiit I may lie hint of A U according to directions and the uie perJVnnv, ilrnu'i.'1-- l A I sIikiiIiI read hii 'A'"' i"i i r..r .i.icil iii. will bnnir vou good digestion and oust w.iw... . if tit, ti wry nuiiv m- the demon Uyspep.ia and install instead Eupep.y. toru.tmg m.il liurlj illu'.lratrit lionU tlio to djspepsia and ,i We commend hlectric Hitters for all diseases of the liver, stomach and kidneys Sold nt 50c and 51 per Home at A. K renny s colt, Senator Hearst's three-year-ol- d druc store. won the Henl.Zat on stakes Tournament , I. OonsurtTon Curable"? Wednesday, a r.uo Head the folio 1. .k. Mr. c. H Morris, Neark. at Shecpshoad Bay, witlj abscess of lungs ArU.,ay: -- Was dowu pronounced mean $40,000. """ """" in. . and friends aud vhynciuns King's curable consumptive Ucan talinj; Dr. now and am on BUOkleffS Amlca SalVB New Discoery for Consumption, best salve in the world for cuts, I,nn.r ".;"". bottle .v.. anie iiioicowiiitnuinjii, t. i. inn ...- -. n,.!l.n,.,r marf leiVeMwilcivart. Uecatur, Ohio, says; "Had ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, cnap-ped hands, chilblains, corns and all kli. erup New Uiscovery it not been for Dr. Kin tions and positively cures piles, or no payrequir Cousumption I would have died of lung trouble ,.lii nn bv doctors Am now in best ofed. ItUL'iuranteedto Bie perfect satisfactior, j ?";:" r- halth.'f Trr It, Simple bottles tree t A. K i or monev reiunaeo. sale by A. R. I'enny, buntord, Ky. Penny'drustore. Mil- Eupopsy. flecirirtn, . iliu Hie well Mr. FratiU-ll- DR. ELLIOTT'S Medicated Food, Suro Curo for all Dceasos In ,riil - , ;; HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Arising from Imparities of tbe Blood, and from Functional Derangements. A DEAD SHOT ON 1 'ii WORMS, AND A CERTAIN or n j.-- OF BOG CHOLERA. (ieneral MerrbnudKe, Turncrsville; For sale fcv A. R. fenny, DrucKM. Stanford, N',.t U.Jones, JltJlem; tv I.. JlqLaity, urusijist, Kinsssillc: V i:. 'ieocn .v l.o . wayneseHtjr; W 11. Mcl'htTsoiKool.uiil; J F Kouten, Druggist, Milleilirville: V Arthur Zcliler, Druggist, Crab Orvhard; PI Cumnitngs General Merchandise, I'rvachersville; J A, Villuoi, DrugjiK, AWKinney; U. it. (taker, i.cnerai urciiinuise, mgiuinii, PREVENTION V, C. Ilailey, --o . 'vlT.- .- ill .ii;" ft in IM. I By the redisricting of Ohio, Maryland Judge W. K. Russell is announced ' Kentucky the democrats gain at for Congress in the 4th district. and An Ohio man has just been sentencleast ten members in Congress. It Is will gain con- ed to the penitentiary for equally Stanford, Ky., - - Ji'i.Y 4, 1890 gressmencertain that tliey Wisconsin, in incest,one year in consisting in an illegal In Michigan, in the crime wife. Illinois, in Iowa, in Minnesota and in intimacv with his brother-in-law'Peter McCain was found dead by Missouri, and it is probable that even P. Kansas will send two otf three democrats! ilic roadside in Marshall county and to the next Congress. Such is the poht Mrs. Hud Anderson has confessed that DEMOCRATIC TICKET. d s ical situation at the North that confronts she killed him. She saya that he who does we Speaker Reed, and hence it is, says the her. Goods, For Superior Judge, JOSEPH HARBOUR.' Louisville Times, that he wants to do The fat women of Harper, Kas., held Shoes, " Appellate Clerk, V. V I.OXGMOOR vy?.. nt'.r dnnd.t n.vp i.ha hnst. tnmn.: " County Judge, THOMAS W VARNO.V his own registration, his own enumera- anionic recently in a grove three miles we PAXTONj ' County Attorney, JOSEPH tion and his own certification at the east of the city. Light weights were " County Cleric, GEORGE II COOPER; South; but even though he should carry barred, nnd no woman was admitted " Sheriff, J. X.MEXEKEEj every black .district, he will not have who didn't weigh -- 00 pound. " JaiUr. SAMUEL M. OWENS; enough to overcome t he democratic gains. In the past three years Pasteur has D. KENNEDY; " Atietsor, E. " Sup't of Common Schlt, W F. McCI.AKY A democrat will bo speaker of the niwt treated 7,S!K1 persons bitten by mad dogs " Survejor, HARRY A EVANS; Congress despite the work of Quay, Dud- and only 5:1 died. Tho usual percentage Coroner. ARCH CAHSON ley, Reed and the devil himself. of deaths is 15.90, so that Pasteur would seem to have saved 1,'JiVi lives. Bv the most revolutionary methods A guano monument to n grand man Robert K. Pattison was nominated was unveiled at Indianapolis, Tuesday. ever adopted by the presiding otlicer of on tho first bollot for democratic candiHon. Thomaa A. Hendricks, who served a legislative body, Reed forced the in- date for governor of Pennsylvania. Pathis country in nearly every capacity , dy- famous election bill through Congress tison was elected governor in ISS'2 and Wednesday by a vote of 155 to 14!), only ing, shortly after being elected and the democrats think they man elect two republicans voting with the demo- him again. was honored by his native State, which desired to perpetuatein stone and crats when tho test came, I.ehlbach, of A son of J. Frank Warren shot anil We to We marble the memory of a man who was New Jersey, and Coleman, of Louisiana. killed the old man at Norwa'.k, Conn., an honor to his day and generation. The session was a most stormy one, the when he found a photograph of a pretty Among the distinguished men present fepeaker s reckless disiegard of tho rights young woman in his pocket with "Kva" at the unveiling were Govs. Hill, of New of the minority frequently bringing all written in a delicate hand at the bottom. York, Campbell, of Ohio, and Francis, of the democrats to their feet. It is said Miss Kliza Penson, aged 40, a bearded Missouri, each deliveringaddresses. (.iov. that the bill cannot pass the Senate, but woman, has ju6tdied at Atlanta. The hair Hill was the principal orator and his eu- no devilment is impossible to the aver- on her chin was IS inches long and albe low Of goods ices. cost one logy of the dead statesman was an elo- age republican. though she had many large offers from to see quent tribute to the great man, who was Thk State Central Committee has tak showmen, she refused to appear in pub very near to the hearts of the people he en action in two very important matters, lic. was born to lead. The city was hand- which will sa ve much true and trouble At Vanceburg, during a severe somely decorated in honor of the occa- in future conventions, if the recommen- storm, Jerry Searles, who had his wife sion and hundreds of thousands of peo- dations are observed. Certain members nnd children out in a carriage, drove unple were present to make it one of the of the State Committeo are to act as tem- der a tree for shelter. Lightning struck to most memorable in the historv of the porary chairmen of conventions and it is the tree and they ,were all instantly SUte. recommended that hereafter in the or- killed. ganization of any nominating conven Sampson and Isaac Heidenheimer, Mayor. W. I. Pierce, of Hoopstown, tion, it be a rule of such convention that wealthy Hebrew citizens of Galveston, 111., was taken to Springfield this weekon after the 20th ballot the hindermost can- Texas, liave been arrested, charged with n U. S. warrant charging him with sellMain Street, Stanford, Ky, 31. license. didate shall be dropped, and after each burning their oil mill in order to get ing whiskv without government subsequent ballot taken, until a nomina- tl'OO.OOO insurance, business not being itself is not of muchl This statement by tion shall be had. good at this season. importance till it is told that Pierce has After working 15 days to reach the been the pillar of strength in the prohiIt is to be regretted that Mr. W. X. ;tt miners entombed in the Hill Farm bition party. He was a relentless enemy Haldemau, proprietor of the Courier-Journa- l, I offer for ale privately my In- on It the mine in Pennsylvania, further efforts old Lewi Luntfonl piacc. near the bmil r.l and of rum and carried his hatred for tipshould have been defeated for Lancaster pike, ami running nearly inpn Ruer, pling to such a length as to condemn the only office we ever heard of him of- have been abandoned. There is no containing 112 Acres Iti well imprmul, hit poor fellows were burned PkkI cistern, and the land it in a line autc if i even soda cocktails. His light of reform fering for in Louisville. He was defeat donbtthat the CalU'll r ariiliro me at Gnwt Creek, S I. WITHERS. Ky. shone bright, and two years ago he was ed Tuesday for Park Commissioner, not- to death by the explosion. Geo. A. Parkhurst, a member of elected mayor on the prohibition ticket. withstanding he has done more for He was apparently a consistent church Louisville than any doeu men in it. Col. Laura Keene's Company, died in Wednesday. He was on the stage member, and it is said that he was so John U. Castleman, Thomas H. Sherley, THE 5TH EXHIBITION of the National Theatre, Washingtor, refuse the John Finzer, Andrew Cowan, K. steadfast in his principle as to J. when Booth shot President Lincoln church wine. And yet this Janus-faceBohne and K. J. McDermott were elect- He is the last of the company. has been selling red ed, JJohne and Cowan being republiThe Kentucky Union having been liquor right along. It is'aluiost enough cans. completed to the specified point, Clark to 6hake one's confidence in man altoThe Republican State Central Commit- county has issued to it the 5100,000 sub gether. tee was called to meet at Danville last scribed. It was a close race against time, The last meeting of the Kentucky night to endorse Judge J. II. Tinsley for ns the goal was reached by working day Prehs Association adopted a- rule which appellate clerk. Of course the judge will and night, with only 10 hours to spate. Miss Mary Leonard, of Chicago, will relieve the secretary of much trou- not be elected though he will poll as r Held w ble and save a great deal of time. It is many votes as any republican itithetale found the blinds of her neighbor's house that hereafter when a paper applies for could. Ry the way, is not Judge Tins-le- y open at midnight and attempted to The proprietor, Joseph transportation to tho secretary, it shall a little greedy? He is already com- close them. representative mon pleas judge and will be for two Duttou, shot through the shutter, thinkenclose SI for each male it will send to the meeting, otherwise no years, and that ought to satisfy any aspir ing her aburglar, the girl recieving n fa COLLARS AND CUFFS passes will be issued. A great many more ing republican in this democratic State tal wound. The explosion at the Standard Oil papers procure transportation than are BIG 'PREMIUM-LIST- . The Louisville appointment Co's. refinery at Louisville, wentione'd represented and this was especially tho case at the last uieetini;. It is nothing has been settled and Mrs. Thompson, in our last, caused a very disastrous conai d (.atalosue llre For prii:-Ia- r who has held through several adminis- flagration. The buildings on live acres but fair that such papers shall pay II. COOK, !etreury, y dues, and to that end the retir- trations, has been ordered down and of laud were burned and the los to the )!Mtoail!e, Ky. ing secretary was instructed- to write to out. John Barrett, who declined the re- company is fully f"0,000. The. L. A N. pf.4 publican nomination for treasurer, which also loses 510,000. Two boys were burnall who were sent p.tsses to- forwaid the amount of '.he annual dues, ?!. As there III (i. Colsou finally accepted, is the ap- ed so badly that they died during the is a deficit in the treasury, we hope the pointee. He is a capable young lawyer day. Tho Railroad Gazette .hows that in members thus addressed will be prompt and is highly spoken of. WEETIIERFQRD HOTEL. railthe month of May there were in bending the amount. (iov. Hill, of New York, made a HLSTONVII.LE. KY. road accidents in this country, in which The address of lien. John B. Castle- speech before the Hendricks Club at In- 05 persons were killed and 140 injured. GREEN, - - Proprietor. man, chairman of the State Central Com- dianapolis, which was very full of meat. The report shows that there were !S P. W. mittee, has the good old democratic ring He touched on all the leading issues nnd front and rear collisions, 50 derailments Hawar ltcd the ato hottl.'.ic fitted aJ e ht I am prepared to acomatfldat about it, and shows that the party's questions and handled the republican and three boiler explosions. reaiaaable UuJ ftyle. Rat a In This i Sample R'jom atta hed affairs have been placed in competent conspirators without gloves. The speech rather unusual, as during the year 1S0 Livery and handn. He urges upon the various com- - was an eloquent anil captivating one, but four locomotive boilers exploded. mitteemen to organize, reminding tiieiu and if intended as a bid for Indiana's BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF that effective Firength must come from vote for the piesidency, it will not be Lot. ."'s O.ekk Farmers bnvefinisbed WLLIONS SWITCH. KY. organiz 'd prvcincts, aud no party effort without effect. cutting wheat; erop is fair, but nothing Dtuler In will supply the omission. Bros, will start out with . ..? The Senate has passed the House bill extra. Travlor UOOQS, HOUOIiS, TTi naib, wapa next week. The onts DrV their The Courier-Journ6tates that Geov to admit Idaho into the Union. This crop is so poor it is a hard matter to cut boon, Shoc, Clothing. Hardware. Queam. H. Madden, late candidate for appellate will give the part in power two more war, Tinware, Furniture anu a it. Will Dunn caught a cat tish in Dix' clerk, has decided to eschew politics and Senators and a Congressman. The con- Hiver Crocorles, that weighed 17J pounds. Hats! General Line has accordingly taken the position of spirators are making hay while the sun have been playing havoc along the Fancy Cantliei. Croia Tie, &e. drummer for Bourn Bros. & Co. This shines, with a vengeance. All kind of Produce taken in exchange for koo. creek, killing from 15 to 25 chickens a Pouofflce, Livinguon, Ky. ' would seem to indicate that there was night, even climbing trees to get them. NEWS CONDENSED. no understanding between him and What is good to kill them? We have GINGHAM, OUTING FLANNELS, Longmoor for, a division of the spoils of The decrease in the public debt for tried all kinds o! poison, such as strychthe office, as has been charged. Juneis stated at $:0,tiS:,72.. nine, arsenic and rough on rats and they Kansas City's population is given at seem to fatten on that; dogs can't whip Waddim., the republican who was 13o,000, an increase of I'M per cent in 10 them and steel traps can't or wont hold E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor given George Wise's seat in Congress years. them. For the last few night they have 3d Virginia, and who is frefrom the A negro caught a cit full on the been getting above themselves, taking quently referred to as "Wise's vacancy" falls at Louisville that weighed 175 In Kentucky hat a prtter repuntion, hold of old hens and grown turkeys, so No Hold Its proprietor it determined that and blew his little bazoo for the Force bill pounds. (hall be maintained. , if you miss your hogs don't advertise. this week and so did our own fiery and A storm unroofed many large build- Mrs. H. M. Ballon nnd daughter, Miss untamed Fiuley. Both are birds of a ings in Maysville and did much other He hat recently ac'ded to itt appointment Angie G., of Lancaster, have been visit- -' feather and of that most detestable kind damage. ing relatives here. J. A. Dudderar was Is more complete than any time this season. that befoul their own nests. On account of the intense heat the all smiles Sunday, and the matter being Covington rolling mills have shut down investigated, it was found that he had Livery Stable The prohibitionists of Minnesota A First-Clas- s and 700 men are idle. just returned from a visit to his girl on that the president, Toaccommoda'e the demandt of hit increaied A report comes from Howan that Sweet Water Creek. George Logan pur Ilett Turnoutt furmineci trantient patronage. and U. S. Senators must be elected by a three men were killed Commercial Traveler andjtrthert. there in a fight be chased of Will I'epples a nice Of course vote of the people. direct tween marshals and moonshiners. harness gelding for $140. Miss Alice this would make everything democratic During the fiscal year closed June Beazley, after a three months' stay in and to that extent we wish the prohibs :0, the pension office issued 151.051 cer Middlesboro, has returned home and is But they'll hardly secure all success. tificates, against 145,202 for the year be now on the sick list. Mr. Lewis Dudder-- 1 undertaken in the reforms they have fore. took 500 pounds of honey from 10 or 12 I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollar for informathis day and generation. tion on conviction of any unaiilhorued perton Hon. Worth Dickerson took his bee hives. Mr. Traylor had a fine mule seat in Congress Monday as represen- driven to death in n machine. lie had Found Cutting Timber or DamSccHKT.uiY Nom.E has already called aging any Improvements for $1,000,000 to carry out the provisions tative from the Sixth District of Ken- refused $400 for this mule and his mate. On the following property Win, Perkins lost a valuable steer on of tho pauper pension bill and it is es- tucky. At Cornishville, in Mercer county, white clover. The storm Saturday night will eventually require timated that it Thelarmtat Highland known aiW A HeirV, George Uaugh's, llattin $45,000,000. The bounty jumpers, de- James Donovan was shot and danger- did much damage to the corn, twisting TimPHutchuon.S. Young' u acre place.W . TeAre headquarters for Young, I. H. serters and collee coolers have a picnic ously wounded by John ltuby. Loth it every way so that it will be impossi- rry', Wm. Long't W. Hutchiwin' o aero farm, At Cox' Gap were drunk. ble to plow it without breaking it oil. Freeman and R E.llarnn' timber traclt on Iluik to be sure. Col. Joseph Leffel, 40 inches high Eugene and Archie Cook, of the Willow Creek, 307 acret. John Turnbuli't, iiyacre. John &o. M. J. Ilarrit' 90 acre, II. Thk Franklin Favorite has it straight and weighing 00 pounds, has been elect- Grove neighborhood, were up to see us Ilttchanan', 3oaacret, Power', too acres John Anderton t, 14 acre, Freeman', 800 acre, Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel that Judge Win. Lindsay is a candidate ed councilman by the republicans of Sunday. Archie is the young man who Wah Harrit' 57 acret, Tobln' farm, llryant Robinon Mill tract, I. A& between him and Springfield, O. farm, A. (much larm, for governor. made the fiddle, an account of which Kidd'ifarm, Joel Petrey'a Ridge, tooacri, Hen-r- Plow and you will make no on Glade Collin' mistake. No plow is equal to those- - no The deal by which the East Tennes- was in the 1. J. several weeksago. Miss W. Miller', farm, Brown, this section, we take it, will be tgo acret, Henry Miller't, 44 acre, acret, U. decidedly for Lindsay, who certainly see, Virginia & Georgia railroad acquired Melissa Adams left last week for Win- Stephen Ilurch', as Cottage near II. tdmitton'i plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. depot at Crab tract. Strode Houie, Every plow warranted to baa. much more claims on the party than control of the Louisville Southern was chester, where she will visit Miss Katie do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. closed Tuesday. Agent for Owner, the Henderson recluse. 107.6m Locklain. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal T COMPETITION A THING OF THE PAST. I s W. WALTON. slan-deie- 15 Ihere not a person within Jit'ty miles of Stanford not know have the largest house, the grandest assortment of Dry Clothing, that, Hals. TrutlJts. Camels. in this and our prices the lowest: that have distanced all competitors; that they can get a better bargain here any day and that they m E IT S H G E T B I T Or disappointed if they trade at a stiictly cash house jvhick gives them per fectly reuauce guarantee, litis explains our regular, steai hjt vice-preside- Constantly Crowing Trade. have no competition and don't propose have. ) have The Quantity, Quality and Variety that can't matched at our cash pi the It wont cent Grandest, Best and Cheapest Variety Of goods. It will pay yon prove this before parting with your money. THE LOUISVILLE STORE SALINGER, Manager. ' le-i- ai Farm For Sal. MEN'S WEAR. New-Yor- d 8nake-in-the-gra- tiJ Huctcnville , - Clothing, Shoes, Fain Hats, Neckwear, Flannel Shirts, Fine Dress Shirts, July 22, 23 and 24, post-ollic- e the-annu- .1 - - Everything Suitable for the Season. STAGG & McROBERTS. V -- l'--M) puh-li- tr.l-d- ''" J IK. HIILTOIISr -r tlm-fehe- r "., al of i j - j THE MYERS HOUSE j Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c., SEVERANCE & SON. Pool audBilliardlParlorH vice-preside- i S50 REWAHDI : ' HIGGINS Of'KINNEY ,4 A Hurdwwrt, CrooriMf StovM. Salt, Xim, -- y vfc&u,L, ... iV Ik,-.'- ,. A. A Jd.'Xd '(Hiiililriiwii ffi fltMFmr: .t ity ' jil.iSBli." LZMtlidE jrnrrvZir - r m - r- m - T Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! Jl'i.Y 4. 1830 Oil Stoves at Higginstfe McKinney's.' New Ulassvwe and Jelly A. A. WarrenV. GlasEi'H Mil J. A. Dipdcrai: has taken from U Mands of bees 051 pounds of boney this at season. Who can bent this? Most of the merchants to-da- Btanfohd, Ky i Uuy wire iTfeim for doorH nnil (lows of Sine A Menefao. win- - will observe d j j the glorious fourth by shutting up shop the poBt-ofl.e- tt.c.WA.LTON, MEANS Bus.ManaRer BUSINESS. Marslia) Xewland arrested Maiiy 0. Matiikny has sold hor Porter Crow yesterday, mistaking him Mh. Lni)Rktii'x (ianlen Seed?, fresh and genuine. A. It. Penny. in town to Adam for another man. he found a huge pistol house and store-rooWatches and jewelry repaired and Pence for ?3,300. and a slung bhot on his person. He warranted. A. It. Penny. was accordingly locked up for carrying Tiiekc will be a moonlight dance and concealed weapons. The best place to buy drupe, patent medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. supper at Hale Well, July A, to which Penny's. everybody is invited. A. L. Spoonnmore, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ' Oi,i wu and silver taken in exchange for toods. Full value allowed. Itohort Fenaud. The banks will not open will observe e "'J Wiikn : :i Mr. James 15. Leave! was married last week, in (inrrard, to Mrs. Merritt, a It Mated tliHt the ating for the purchase of the Kentucky handsome widow. PERSONAL POINTS. Central. If this be so, farewell to the Mrs. Stella Weston, who has been Mil. VVaiiiiun HotKuii has been visit-- 1 hope that the Cumberland road will be married nine times, is a petitioner for inirat Parksville. divorce at Providence. It. I. built in this day and generation. Mils. .k'LHs Kknnkii, of Cincinnati, is1 Maj. Wm. Jordan and Miss Maria glTLgignme'nA toMMrsiiATioN from a Casey ropub- visiting her sister, Mrs. It. Zimmer. tKepler were married at Miss Lrev Ciiqw, of Richmond, is the lican, which appears in this issue, shown Intl., while he lay dying. Jordan re- received at New York. that all i not lovely in the camp down cently received S3.000 arrearages of penThe Kentucky Commissioner of Agguest of Miss Foxio Pennington. MifesiirK UoiincY went to Lexington there. The democrats have put up a sion and an allowance of f 72 per month, riculture, in his report for June, Dlaces most acceptable ticket and are pretty which accounts for the woman's willing- the acreage of corn in the State at 100, yesterday to attend the Chautampia. Mu. ami Mils. A. K. Uiiiiionh, of Dan- sure to elect it. ness to take a dead man for a husband. and condition at 00 per cent; wheat at 75 ville, visited relatives hero this week. Hayden Reynolds, the clever young a to condition and acreage at 100 com Mr, K. L. Tanxkk has let tho contract Miis. W. P. TvTtand Miss Lucy went to convert the Favorite Mills at McKin-- ' mon of our old friend, Clark l:eynoids, of! 1'i'red with lat year; tobacco is given a to the Chautauqua at Lexington yester- ney into one with the most improved the Wayncsburg vicinity, and Mits Ella condition of 83, and acreage not yet de termined. The oata crop is the worst day. roller machinery and the work is to be Snow, a winsome young lady of the.South failure for yearn. live has an acreage of Courts1)K. It. C. Mohuax will leave nlone at once. Mr. Tanner is one of the Fork section, were married at the bo gone a couple most successful mill men in this coun- - ' lonse yesterday by Judge T. V. Var-no- 100 atid a condition of 00, and the for Cane Valley to Mies Kliz.i Keynolds and Mac Kal- estimate iB made for barley. The wool of weeks. try. ian! accompanied them and 8tood up clip, compared with lSSfl, shows a reducMns. K. K. Hiiyan't and Miss Felix SulThe Hustonville National Bank de- with them during the ceremony, whilst tion of Ty per cent. Timothy has a con- livan, of Versailles, are visiting Mis. J. clared its usual 3 per cent, dividend and a number of our young people witnessed uition of 104; cloyor of 110, and pastures It. Ferguson. fund of all kinds are good. Garden products daughter, of took a good amount to the surplus Mit. John A. UiHii.sand the knot-tvinj 1 Uuy your school bookp, ink, tablets. paper, pencils and school supplies of all proprietor. kinds from A. It. Penny. Is & N. is negoti- LIQUOR HAD C. Vanoy bought of Adam Pence DRUNKENNESS-TH- E In all tho World there Is but one ewes for 100 and 3 bucks for $?,0. cure, Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. The report" to the auditor show that It .an ho eivt-- in a cup of lea or coffee without effecting the tobacco crop in Kentucky for lSS'J the knowledge of the period taking it,the patient speedy and permanent cure, whether 104.771.-lofallimr on" of It a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreik. was noutuls. a have cured who nj,ftingt ,,SSSt IJni.oI1 coun. Tnmisands of drunkard Specific been tneir coffee have taken the Oolden believe they without their knowledge, and tvoniy rai8ed :ui0oo pounds. of own freewill. No ' Cattle are easy in Cincinnati with buit drinking fromtheir administration. Cures guarresult its anteed Send for circular and full particular. Ad. wo ouij.iu hutj tin ii jimjiuuuinf, dress in confidence Goi rEN SraclFtc Co., 185 11 for "ery common. The top of Itacr Street. Cincinnati. O. low as the hog market is 31 and demand is light; sheep are steady at 2J to 5; lambs are easy at 3J to 7. Season opens June a Grand Hop on Dr. S. K. VanArsdale, general suFriday eve, June to. Dance called at 8:30 sharp. perintendent of the New Stanford Roller Reduced rates for hoard and cottages till July 1st KT8S FOR tOSKU )HOM Jt LV 1ST: Mills, has purchased 4,000 bushels of old Week $60 wheat at to !0 cents; the latter for Per Day " 1.00 " Meal jo best. He has alfo engaged a number of Cottage Rent, per week jji. crops of new wheat at 1 cents a bushel. ' " Month Jimo Week 3.00 The steamship Rotterdam, which ar- Horses fed, per tay j. A L SPOON'AMOUt' .J.tf New York for Antwerp. Sun rived at day, brought the unusual quantity of 4, D 700 bales of Sumatra tobacco, valued at Q i T "1 100 T-l Lincoln Count; Bonds V- at tlif Auction. court-lituso will el at miction ln-fr- door in Stanford, on U7mm Monday, July 'I X4II1, dy, 1890, t 111 y hit hcin(f ounty court harmfti-etle- ct 10 Bonds of $500 Each, Heating 6 per cent, interest ami redeemable in o years. to SHALE'S WEI,!,. THOMAS W.VARNON.") I II. COOI'KR )f II. CARl'KNTKK, Committee. THE lULEY HOUSE, 0 ... P. B. RILEY, Proprietor, London, - Kentucky. I have moved to my new Hoteland am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Hood I.i ery attached and every convenience desired, (jive me a call. FRANK RILEY. ,7 . . CI Jj Olllctiy VjUllOt "I f Tj "I I J. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I. 1890. 31, HUBBARD, A. 31. President. Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent Boarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send for Catalogue. I AM READY FOR BUSINESS. vj 1 n. g. lHchmond, are visiting W. M. JHggins. Missus Amiikosia his father .Mr. f At 5 i: b k if.i Lawieneetmrg eioseti wnn auttiuuiis. To The Republican Candidates of Casey capable of accomniadat- Uev. T. J. God bey will preach nt LoA Countv. ' jK. u,nny couples, has been erected in jran's Creek church Sunday afternoon at am rpmu.Bta by a number o repilb. tno 0pt. njr au,j ncuy covered, for the " liratm to s.iv that "we do not Wl our. ' . ... v .nnnr, iinnn,i n i. i Uov. B. F. Wilson, of Uarrodshurg, benetlt of the dancers at the Moonlight A nice the inventor of a washing machine, Hop fit Hales Uell tonight. .,ov..rned bv the unfair action of the so Miipper mil ne served, iome every uotiy. obtained a patent tor a iiisn wasnur. cnjH( republican convention at Lilpert A good time i assured. A. u. llson win sail mis uisliop tilflt wo have the most abundant Uor Japan, where he will organize a con-more. .nri.p(i f fhi furt'iice He will nlso preside at China ,,.. linn,.0...01i m..in(tr.. nn,i fpa,i ,..,--, t, . v...wV. v.... ; II as Uieconsiia enumerator called on Mission Conference, no intention of giving anyone outside of von? If not. please report the fact to Savage, agt-n-t for; the clique anything like a fair showing, Itev. George IV. ... .I.. akl... tin UlllhV !.. 1.1. IIHMIMICU. MCWIIUtlU Ht.tlt.. Hit' Win- - . i. ntlJl Ti.iiOBs. vt rejiortb that AjAaMl.c7 At'iiinvn; iu which proof we will give if called upon. uliAti'tiii, t iwr.itliitlmi tlMkflllf v - itimt the nm t ml wo iln. not rofitsi. to snnimrl . . mc Auniiiiii Bible societv nw.nuu.nM,, ...v., .o... u trill f rt i tnr ! sin iiiinirTiiiir h hi in cover. attending! " lent And everylKKly and for thi, reason we MihH Emma Donw. a very b to ask all w,,o nave oeen tencher, has securwl the school at Jeesa- Uxlncton ClimitalJ,lim aml ln C0I, meWnl, iiiit U, bJing . . . . . anftHfitmu Slinrik tflll l.i. tin ttro1ihln(. lit mine, Jessamlm county, and will po port. " tricket onto tie riL' it ol a choice in "'i"""" Os Jnly 15th, oight lots in Crab Or-- ; thv ChriHtian church Sunday next. thither selecting those whom they wisli for of'ri- -- The Methodiht church at Williaiub- Mit. ami Mil". It. W. HoTKUttand Mits chard, belonging to the heirs of Mr, cere, and we would say to the democrats by lightning on Sunday, that von have made a wUe choice in the Helen Ketchum, of Kansab City, rriv Jennie Armendt will be Bold publicly burg was m! yesterday ami are gnesls of Mr. and at that place, Two contain dwell-- ! The building took fire, but the Keltx'f inn of moil In till tiw innntv ril1ii'sst "' Mrs. J. S. Hocker. ings one worth i ,000 and one a store-- 1 were extinguished before any .t nml that your men will be warmly sup- ... AMosti tho visitors at Hal'g Well are room. All are Miitablt for building and was done. l 1.1! uv purieu t... uiaiiv Terms, C. O. htormi, of Umcaster, Mid. S. V. are convenient to C. U purgeon's Baptist Tabernacle in Geo. M. Statox (Hepublican.) a credit of fix mouths. !)ndon has 4,5CK communicantH, susGivens ami daughterx, Mrs. A. A. Olive Hill, June 30. of Lexington, and Miss IMrdie Givwith 041 teachtains JO Sunday-schoolBask Hall. The Wnddlen having tele8,531 scholars, and 21 mission en . Mr. John Arnold died at Kirksville ers and graphed that it was impovible for them Mmh KtoKKMh LimiiBit, of Hender- with 4,200 sittine. A grand this week. - stations to play the Intkiiioi; Jocknam here to, i ...l .i .i A terrible wind and rain storm vis. record oi nome cnniiinn nut. i'iiiujhiiumui Hn. visited .Mr.. J. It. Lsttchur " ti -" .li. ln..ui.ur .. v.. ..j """ u..j, ......... wi .1'i.nnt. tnuilu nrrnm4iihttnTu 'i work Myers House Tuesday and on Wednes- n9 ited Ohio and West Virginia Wednesfl AIIIJP1 .'?il J.rt.. ...... f. .MIIO.IMVI.. T.lfll.1 W.I ... vr tliLi t TK.l...,sti.i sntiftit day, doing a vast amount of damage. xix .i day she and Mrs. Letcher left for a trip tftl UilV H . on this the glorious P. ., aii.l:-aa. ,a(, fc.,; w(IJ. '.. Hansom Dethune Welch, D. D., LL. m Jo East. . . oi.rlu( the lovers of the sport can ox- D., professor of theology, Auburn TheoGov. J. G. (fiviuir, the boomer of to enjoy Well contested gamed. .-towns ami promoter of onterprlM'S, was pucl..!.. M .....,. I.ll.. liv Im.if li.i fl..itl liilw n llinrtillt' on tflAt logical Seminary, died Sunday at Heal" nV "" "" ""...i. f... WIaii.nri.-,i.,iiii.ii-.io- . l.s... foreclosure ..ill 60011 ing Springs, Va., aged 0. liere Wednesday, but we couldn't learn old nose what we was after. Wo hope Uvn going Senator Hearst, who has already Tiuplbts. There is a negro liv- -' come ami the old gal will go along to to boom Stanford. spent $170,000 on his TO room house at inc near Halls Gap turned Fred Ander- - hell with her nose." iti:v. It. It. M aiionv, of OoltlMbiil, son. who with his wife is doini: his part, Friends of Kov. George O Uarnes Washington, savs that 40 years ago he his wifuut Mr. A. l. towanl uicritniiig the ixipulation of this ' have received letteis from him saying he was a farm hand and slept in an attic. Tenn., has Joineil Early Monday morning, near Olive f'enny's. His health is poor auain ami 1,,,, He has ben murriud a little will leave Richmond for Lexington will siH'iid soitie Umo at Crab Orchanl J0VHr iltv years and during that time' morrow, and after spending Sunday Hill, live persons were kilted in a railand other springs. his wife has presented him with three with his wit, Uev. W. C. Harms, will road wreck, caused by the washing of Km.knOwsluy and JUiy tuples. The children are all' start for ew York Monday and sail gravel over the track by recent rains. The democrat of Maine have nomi-tnftr and Meshrs. John Doty and Walker lookint: vounirsters and thuy bid with hN family immediately for Scot- Tevis-- , of l.aiiea'Uer, and Goonru Artlinr, nated Win. I. Thompson, of Belfast, tori fair to live to a ripe old ago. Three art? land. of MidiUeAboro, psid Stanfonl a visit1 males ami six are females. The temperance women of Moore' governor. The platiorm demands that question of licence or prohibition be Wednesliiy evening. Hill, Iiil., a small town which never the ' Waiikakts were tesned yesterday had a litpior saloon until very recently, submitted to the people. Mn. C. W, Mncat is proud of the) title of papa. He wa1 presented with a against the Myers House and 1'ortman adopted a novel method to get rid of it. NEW ADVERTISEMENT f.ne buy weighing nine imuuiU, last. Molt-da- House taloons for keeping open on Sun Thev visited it in relays, taking their A warrant had already been erv,..,:,'.:,. .;,!, ti.,.,,, n"l stimuli- sat there Sir. I'A II. Jones, of "Stanford, day. ' ' .. . ..'" i.ii....iii.i1,a-(.M- r ti v lfil..v. in Ihiih eu on ...!.... Carr. ino cases were knitting for dear life and saying notinng. House &ri Let at Crab Orchard Sale. " ' before Judge Carton and tho de- - In a town where everybody knew everytaken on a visit -P- ineville Hoomer. j. fendants pleading ignorance of tho law, body else customers did not fel like and promising to do so no more, he iin-- I frequenting a saloon thus occupied, and A Home and Lot, consisting of i4 A rt. CITY AND VICINITY. at Crsli Urchard, Ky , ami known as tl.r ." nftstd a nominal tine of .. cach.towhirh so the ladies had it all to themselves un- . .. r property, one lltocL. trom Dc(ct The house examination of white school teach- - Cjty Attorney Varnon objected. Thesa- - ' The spacious rooms, one lattice porch, one til the dealer confessed himself "knit contains six and portico, with all uecrssary outopen purch ers win occur iieruju-intmu- " loonist objected to paying more ami tlie 0U amj gm,t up gU0p buildings. Call onornddress D I'.. F.dmistcu, Crab Orchard, Ky or me at Pineill. Kv catM-'wenj Becomingly set lor trial on i SAMUEL DLAIR.'M I). 1 am agent for the Whiteley twine joFAHH AND I haul u two. next .J uefxiay. rtie authorities are no-- 1 , , and mower, the best in the world. .. binder 1,1 termineu inai tue law suau ie compueu Vn.ilicli nrlv ivAR hpntpn nt Chll'nL'O A FEW PROBABILITIES. J. K. Menefee. . t , n . v . with by the saloon men. TJiecity conn- a ir t 1 5n ' is settling time and I want what oil can declare the licenses forfeited for' It you owe me. Take this to yourself. W. u.allisrtta rt ik'niwlnn u tit In fi Hiirtl luii i ii. isisiiis i nimi, siiiiu nriwl J. H. Hutchings bought in the hast 11. McllobcrtB. tion carries with it a forfeiture of the End 'Jo head of young heifers and steers Will probably speak at Stanford countv court day, 9 (July 14th) and if he does, will protiably name a license, the law expressly saying an average of '2 cents. To those wanting brick: I have just State candidate tor Countv Judge, who will prohaWy be thatit ahull be done. It is also said that at Richard Well, of Clark, has a mare elected and who will protMy be the best Countv finished the best kiln of brick I ever Jndge that ever wore the ermine in Lincoln couuty a stop will be put to merchants keeping 0(1 36 years old that has raised 21 colte. or probalily eer will wear it. made and want to sell them. W. F. on Sunday. open houses She was in the Confederate service three Itamscy. AUCTION SALE Claims He was Hoiiiikd. W. M. llird, years. x .tfsmtiu i vhm .w itlnmn iv ffiU tho nttimtlnn- of all is said there will be no chance It says ne is i.ere .or u.u purpose o those who owe me that July 1st is pabt who ..- -, i"- ...... ..,.. I, j.. nm,i ot the gelling ut nanus 10 wors on u rauruwi and that I am on fi.Ur.. wm nntl,....i full near uig fttone uai), anneareu sr.iut a money duo. i , ... ... lUiillllon.mU..o p i.t.it .luuce Larson yesu-rua- ,...- morningoeiorn j""""-'-' nun ,1... iin. to the wise will be sufficient, n Uol. J. W. S. KHliev, 01 Maury coun- At Nicholasville, Ky., . claimed that he had been robbed of ploy. 3U lu "" In the new Addition In the City known as Duncan " SI.i(J in money, a tim koi '" waien, ins ij Height, D. G. Si.AUoiiTEit writes that ho hail railroad passes and some memorandum 13U sugar mules at ?k-- j per neaii 10 oe on tho books. It appears that ho antl KIImi j delivered Aug. 'M. 7 arrivals at the Hotel Katydid July 8, 1890, On Kingfisher, tho great son of Lexini;-th- e colored woman of 1st, (Ion tho 'Jd and i)!5, on tho 3d nnd Jones, tho CumnHT.c.nc at I p m Mr. Uel-o- f npkH how iH that for a btart? The biKgeet town, were occupying the loft of 0110 ten, died this week. He tost Co The Nicholasville Contract ami of the season will bo tfven there Mavor K. II. Imrneide's barns, when, uicmt $15,000, but won that sum and have purchased the ljutiful fa tin of Mr, Itnbctt picnic ' Duncan, on the rdgof Xichulasville. bordering un as the woman alleues. hd Johnson. Kit niueii more lor nun. to dav. turnpikes, ana the belt rmlro.idt and In a mile aud 70 yard race at ChicaKrown and another negro came to where it ultimo stictts, avt'num and gang" got in its Within Tiik "surprise party they were. They drovu her away and go, Wednesday, Lizzie B. broke the rec- square and dales, this addition may be fmi lid lovewooded parkii and ly hills work again Wednesday evening, when she went at once and informed Marshal ord of made by Catalpa, on the springs of Clearwater and an artificialErsssy lawns, lake, which Miss l.ula Yager, who is the guest of Newland. Bird said he was asleep when same track, going the distance in 1:431. when completed, will be admirably adapted lor as well as for furnishing wattr fihins anil run inc. A. W. Camenter. was stormed. No mora delightful -- Mrs. O. C. Uivens is a better trader for manufacturing purpo-ewas robbed and knew nothing of it and de-- he tit. aurnlrunn.l fmin.t liJmo.lf mtiiiia thai! her llllBblUUl. Ill lllS llbieilCe the site for residences tun ne found anlirre In They were hospitably received Kentuck till Lxcclieiit graded i.hool heen teachers ree 10 lightfully entertained. his coat an I other articles of wearing ap other day she sold a yearling C. F. Clay months in the year. . Nicholasville ha no city indebtedness, taxes colt for JIWO and hu is remarkably pleas very As the Interior Jouunals are out a parel. On the strength of the Jones low; nut a acant house Kentx K high and hounitin demand the city isgrowlngrapidljr woman's statement, the two negroes ed at the transaction.- good round Bum to get the Louisvilles past has demonstrated that large Mr. John Bright reports that the and the made by investments in NichnhsviJIoprofits prop. will be here, and have to dejend on the gate were arrested and are now in jail to county is not over So erty. Remembcrthc day. Tueadav. Julv 8 in receiptstopayit.no one, except ladies have a hearing this morning. Aleck wheat cropof this average. He figures Terras of Salecash: balanc in one the negro said to be implicat- per cent, and two years with 6 per cent. Interest from date. will be allowed on the grounds free. Crow, another Uy order 10 or 12 bushels will be the average vestment Coof the Nkholtsville Contract and InPres to evade this will be fol" ed, was also arrested and sent to join his that J. Any attempt 11. HOOVER, Sec'y companions in durance vile. per acre. The quality is good. by arrest for trespass. lowed t ' j )n Tiioms ami Margaret Woinaok, of Louisville, are visiting Mis. W. 11. Roberts. Ma you ami Mns. 15. H. Hrn.vsinc left yesterday for Ithea Springs, Tenn., to spend a few weeks. Mas. (ikoiiok D. Wkwie. and Joanie went to Somerset yesterday to bu with Mis. It. (t. Hail on the 4th. Mns. Daviii Dauoiikiity and Miss halite Young, of Highland, are guests of Mrs. Ci. I.. Mershon and daughters. Tiik latest from Col. Samuel A. Wal- irlin In ihiu'ti ultli tint tvtilinid l"tVir and undivided profits. The former now amounts to J10.000 and the latter to Cashier J. W. Hocker never fails to make a good CHURCH -E- showing. lder W. cT-rhiirp'-s My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. ge rate fully 100 with average years. Grapes Call and see it before buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to AFFAIRS. are very line; apples are "M) per cent, in give satisfaction or money refunded. Fine watch repairing a specialty. meetimr at ",nount nn1 IMcieg "'lI ! ' .i. ROBT. FENTZE3C. T I .GO TO. l ""' 1 ju-s- t wa. , ,,M, .- --. ., Aa A. W ABBE.N'1 ".1IODEL GROCERY" i ,, ' i ec, i ,,. ,, CJlSin '"' , """"V ;, . 1 " For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jews, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. j i " Fresh Car-Lo- ad of Kanawha Salt Just received "by Sur-be- r. s . h- i I I ) tU, ,i :..i ' MABK HABBIN Dealer in ; - -.- Groceries, Hardware, &c, Cor. Main and Somerset streets. ' Thb i to-h- e Having secured the services of Mi-.'si- j 1 HR.THOS. DAkTON OF CHICAGO, I am now fully prepared to do j ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK AND v. -' """"'' h: FI3iTE EltTGKEL JL"V"IiTO- All work warranted and promptly done. j Sla-vi- ns J A. R. """ SSSS..SSSSS PENNY. SSSJSMiSS ! s 8 I ....... -t T DRUGS and JEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Faints, Oils and Window Qlass, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Fontaine Fox Bobbitt Jewelry and Silverware. A -- - , HAMPBBN WATCH, Best Railroad Watch. The T3 O O C- - , n.i..,i ' " - ' !!. j"." " --- OESfRftBLE Tuesday, ln LOTS! tr. O -- "u'i a i b v X S ri 5' .2 well-know- n 3 S 2 v "3 J I 5 -- i Q' Inv-tm- ti s S 2 S to 2 1 y s D n c m. s. 1 Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. B. H. DANKS, Jeweler. W.I LAN. I j- - J S. WELLS, Ph. G. Preso. Clk. W. B. MoEOBXETS, Street, STANFORD, Main Opp. Court-Hous- Ky - One-thir- d BRYANT Mk WrUt Jw . ' . ' . - .s .t5 ' - & STRATTON Business College LOUISVILLE, KYr ' f W'lf ,1 """Ml'iUllimUlHi J .;, IH'IJi mr hji "Hr BWW5 pup' 'I mniiiiiin mwnpupw yrrofp -- BtiwwtiPytMwwN iiiumn i.wy((PM i i.'u i'i iaT7 1 I' I1- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT THE LITERARY VVOnLD. Jame- Wiiitcomu III! rv's jwonn brine? to tlfty dollars him from twonty-flv"a.'li. I'iuntk ISitMARrK lias declined numerous offer fniin English and Atnerl-apublishers for hi memoir. )i.i ki: Wknpf.u. IIo..mkh believes in I'linu many boohs by proxj', partlcu-- ! trly tho bi. thick volume printed In small t?ne. KnufM. (toK, tho famous Ihtpllsh rlilc. say of Tolstoi's last novel, KrouUer Sonata," that It is a book whleh no sane man should have written. All Knjrhuul professes to be horrified by the book l.oun Tkn.vyson- - ha yielded to a to reolto his "Charge of tho Llpht Unmade" and parts of "The Princes"-Ian I Ml ton Phonograph. Ills son says the tonos of tho poet's voleo as heard through tho tubes were reproduced with startling tidellty. At 1. Iraifp is latighlup over the following announcement that latfly ap"Al. peared in one of the journals: Xola, Inventor of the spring handcuffs, notiil"H his customers that ho has nothing in common uith his namesake, I.mll Zola, writer." Louii C'ot.Kimx.r. doesn't llko the editor of the present day. He thinks tho elitor doesn't know much. "Informer times," ho asserts, "knowledge was wider, deeper and more oxwt, and imparted with niuchnioro force, wldtn and power than In the preannt lay." Mil. V. 1). H)Wki.!. said la'ely to a friend In speaking of Henry .lames' stories: "I hesitated find debated a long time before I atveptod them, because I did not think thoy would be popular. However, I've never been sorry that I didn't send them track, as I was eioio than hull Inelliiinl to do at ono time." Mi:. (iI.aiistosk is said to bo n H'o eeape being mobbed w!ien on his oxntirsioiis "tho seediest of eont. and liuttt are usually brought into use." Only a few week, ago, when so dlsguited. he spent tonlder-tbl- e time in si leeting a number of from a stand In New Oxford street, London, without b"ing leeornb'ed. I.rnovic Hai.i.vv. uieuttmr of tho Freneh Academy and a'tt'.ior of many suiees.ful looks rnil plays mivs that his daughter lame ted to him thatshn had never read a line that he had v. rl edict had gono for the to that elleot. Moved by her complaints, he et himself to write a story for her etpr- 'ial behoof, and U10 result was "The Abbe Oi.ivi. I.on.w. who now lives in .onion, has been chosen a memb?r of a of Authors, of whu-- Tennyson is tho president and Wilier ltesant tho eeretary. ThU .society gave a dinner o .Mrs. ISurneit when she achieved hor triumph in the Kaunileroy litigation. i)lie I.ogau was present and made a little 3por?h. v.hioh. It It. said, created ich a farora'ile impression that she ns elected to membership nt the llrst vacancy. AisriN Dunstix, the poet, wa born in Plymouth. Knglasd. in 1S40. and was it itl'Ml ti be n:i engineir. At least tha is what hlr, parents, not nature, had planned for him. At the ag of slxtoen, .mwever, he cnteretl the eivil serviao; and oon after began writing. Mr. Dob- m's proao writings, chittfly ntudlesof y rljiiteen'h euntur.v litorature, are for careful research and a fln- -' bed Htyle that show tho result tif hav-inwrltien much polished verse. u n I re-Hinon-Arm- Publlsnod Evory Tuesday and Friday S'i PER. YKAR,iy ADVANCE When not o paid S2.SO will be charged.- , ! - K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 700 a in., returnitij at x'.to I t. m L&N. LOCAL .!& Mailtram going m Express train " Local Freight TIME CARD. . ...1 ijnam North...., ....1 tepm South.. tijjpni South..., . J7am North.. North. South.. . The latter trains also carry passengers. Solar The above is calculated on standard time. time is about 20 minutes ia.c, PARAGRAPHIC PLUNDER. A CnifAfioglrl pfiHsured two marriage licenses the other day, She married ono of the young men and will be a sister to tho other. Tiirrk is talk of a Southern trust. Like most organliutlons of this kind it will soon engender internal dissensions. A itAi:mt In Welling' v, Kutt.. kv are put out his sign as folLurs: " here to stay. ."o ftvorltlsti shown; clean towels used on eery customer." "P.!-.- ' "XiMuse Alfod forbelBjl.i'v'1." wrote a Ulddeford mother to her b.v's toucher aiding In 'in explanatory w.iv: "He had shad for dinner." Thrijk arc 2.700 courts in tho t"ni"l States emjaied in granting illvoroeatba. n t"tlIlon of on the other hand, courts which nvn mnrrlaf in t'je "ur future. Tor Sa.l In the corporate S ! w Bli79l Twenty lluilcliiiK Lots limits of Ro viand J II IiAKST, Uovvlaml C. A. BENEDICT & CO., A NKW FAST MAIL 1 ESI POWDER Absolutely Puro all In lejv A Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, TAN FOR tl, KY eavm; ife th li LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI In Traveler!,-- - Welti ilrilleJ to order aud Pump lurntihed at jo factory prices. Dail), Sec.iie THE MOST RAPID ROUTE WTEX. thr Kver atteinpted between the great lommernvl cities on the Ohio River and Chicait0. anil heaci the fattest time and movt comfortable traiat between all points in Ihe botith, or to ihe West and I am prepartt tu Wore a ell md vrlll Ho the Northvct. The cn.intertJHrtof this train on all ell k1 ntaiinfr and pronipi'v trunk lines it denominate! 'Ihe Limited Etprcst. ,rk in a The upetb rolling viuvk we employ Kites pursuit At One Dollar a Foot. I' nliifilled C.mloit n, jet Monon and stick lo Motion, il Sa Mor adJrw n.e at SUntnrd KeriuilA. Call waul to save moat) and have a pleasant jour I.. T SMI in 11 BOHDNTG. ,,t ni'V A Yisfgi. j.taj-"ha.- t. - JAMES B. MCCREARY racy ally. It Lads an ttir of hiu!mj' smbllshmVlnt uld to have a n :ii:i 'o,- f.t aul yell t the jp oi h'ji lunT'OCiaatoo 10 U In his 01'Ijo ere. mot toter " port Ag :. I !. n "Kth l"as k Hiive'of f ' fl.Vw.1.1 timneitKe JAS 0. Cll LNS t 11 Nk MAItlMUN etc, tor lull till U I n r ail.lre. 1. informati".!. time C4i.1v map., fol lr, tho RICHARD C. WARREN Is tuc ubjef, fur Auditor of the Stale of to the will of the nomogram :V"T A MISS KATE BOGLE Monday m August next K:.:uniT rrs who w n tnoUl larlsi!kMoiHio'i are reclriawdlljmas ispeelfylag the i tss of tibials to which want the the;, lire enti.l tl. If medal tl: v can ret U for spot cash, ring a'viit $i:lfrgolJ onei t es is- nl" llt'.K ons in an fr-u- ut, tnhnh a' 'he busings blToU tK aj in. O.iW lllott. H St Jiifor.l nov. live, v.e.1 MU11 For Salo---Snc- Rcsldonco nJ itc pc-s.1 GlYEKS 5 MRUION. - - I'rW Itju lUMI.'l s llVRKrK.t, I i M KOIIIRIS ,Kt .Stanforl I'. . l.oui.villb, Kv. T A , I hi. II. A .., REAL. EST TE. Court ohmm Plucville, Kentucky. tin'' tanl. bought l.wrpndtlie? 13. V. Kvn l.nts, C'lil, If." aiij YAZ00,11799. Record H or soiU on Coinm.ssMM . S.lllv lie J r t n'--i -- I oakd April jo, 1IS1 ;r)n.r. 'hnl Ax ex - Lot on Main Street in Stantord THE COMtLERCiai HOTEL C' t u in I " " HAROLD, iicol Msd S., record c4V.) unit se mete m tin 1 so bit. I irtt dam iasvd dam of Vnau. t II) lirt.MON'T.strt of NstttrAod, 1 iK. rrrd tSl hanr i to darn .our hr.T MiioeV stronger break . V. H. MILLER - "darn ' ;'i!r i Jov.-.- count)- in the Is a Candidate to rcprccnt Lincoln Constitutional Cam uition J. August 211. BROWN eath. wl'.h rhlih l!ie pends upon th fr-joocupant of the Lamntuck strike th e 'p'".h.' uu I hint!i r iutmy oUn . hrn thev i;w n sttll at s!fc t;ta . It vlo Mny p nnle is t'.r time Trrn..ev K At. ION. Si .nt id. J It OWKNS, Manajtr. dam Voua; l'ortta, Harrodsburg, 1 - Kentucky. td ! ICE,-IC- E. alar u Cominnsli..M . -- elc lion Dr. A. S. PRICE, oXTonMa... Urns Store, Stanfard. us(Vfn,.h,l.W.ervi1dKMKKvcixu other c n! it. a party who had tient a hour and :i half oelc in serenading a newiywarrlel OLD DRIPPING SPRINGS' t; uuil ainly trying to ;;M the At Saeo. Me.. th 1 m .m n.luv nd .' . Ma ... 11- .11 rurtf..ri whti drire t th " it J r ' 'il char;- - t iSi. p .pular h.1'1 rin it tn rir cl- - maanr in rvery papere.l and painted Iran. m and renov I,.p t" Jin, tn bJ.li t u pverMhilK dsn t rrsLc it pie.ant nu t.i.ftt-- j ml .hlr .J '-ll h.ir ttaken li'.e.n 1. t)ViJ tlsm if Vultmrv 1 oW sitt sm ItecteHWr tsam o( t'nrtia t it, (sir ot Mtllneaetw r;,.) liam of itfaMa, 17111 old ctd t 17. linn of Clulda tlarala, lra mile record la Kng land 5 a (IranddamalCoanaufht sirenl Chtasnotcl Jj'O I '.rand damn! Viibii 1 sv. MAM UK I NO ClllliV. sire t.1 l.ndjr Thn t ! !. j hotel .m fu ut tri- - I'l.rtai'l sl.ll ihit J 1. sect.. WBNi suas--u 1 teiord il(. Vm I'Ttm. !.r mKBlCK. dam at Will hi'. V we Stoclcholtlcrs' Meeting. n SI RGKON DV.NTlsT street, over WW. McRoberts' em "book-st'tller- ." '.vt.tw.ul. were nt la ,1 '.'winked fur th'ir father, who .lc by t!i" hril.'roo-n'- i Ijf -- :'sl th "i thct his . .1 an I dai: - ill R.C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. ""5STAN.l.ORD. vol-i.:- (". Stautthtrr up' show, A:t, Ul U tariuw W .itght horses, six- perio. . r and two At?r MARY IIKI.I 'and iteanut vender, whl.ii name of gotw by the grandllo't'ent n third-rat- T: w.re in a ::e; ibjri.tjvtll' VXorrstonu II .vl t has l.iifl of eunsl-.tiv.ot- e ai rr,..ra to llu.l.'ii. !' lst issue ot the I met tor Journal . I it Hi. rntss csvtWL'- i Olo Dripping 'pniiR appear s.tur .1.. I that .m.e ssiid artKl tu lt.fBfs llwpuhhc od hav araia laed the bprtn)j and bml.ls a I'.r.i 'eii , am inait.o-it ,r V -s wi-- h I , j- 1 Kefrnu t an aJvertiemBl h.i h appeared r, n. "I i 1 1 - "lau, l' I I " k.''l li.ri pi.e l.r,.n .! Mi 11 1. I - btn F. s , ' ' I K. him and Jan.e. ADAMS A.I, l" I I' '' ! e. The a'west rtioi.' is no awas.ir ol his saved, ripe I hun m ifO under k tnss Hall. AtCt will mskc liVr saawM an the tarsn M W mile, from Miliar A Co.. ilxr Cr. k, K).. Rkhmon on the I nm mtri turaplVe, .unit. up..-- . a.i ail1 el ' t1ite' fe!.l . At S40 to Insure. Mi.nl v Kv -- .11 I I MM VN. I I . " m.lii vi.ru .11 I i I K, ww.iS,r u. o "tcili. iiat e rr. . .n.n.K two . . a r. 1 f. r r till .r, rni. n.'l tear pr d KN rJM.il M r il.l. an 'If tar C' wi I - in i'lanliV Triple i:?beu't.i l'a. . 'pasetl n .. . il.l Wiw.t Amphltaeatt KENTUCKY. ,.. N t'lri': and Marvelous li:i i:!i . A. E. GXBBONS, - hW$g$&t$Bk ' na'" SH9ArJiXTfmKmmfn'3nsafi.m it !ll5bTT1 J?-'- OLD KY. li,.. DB. 0ice W. B. PENNY, 1 Dentist. recently South .de Main street, in ottice Ky. Stanford. vacated by .Dr. L F. Huffman. o-- ;h - sito Female CcUege times. J J AL.L.KN my residence, oppo I hav e rem oved ny office to . where REMOVED! li. F So-it- y Washing, in. A r.iatt who roceivisl a pookaire of H.'d4 I iheied "glunt pansy." jilantel them in a tl'.rr-- h ! and soon had a Mini I crop of turnip., whil' a nuei'i'r of wvls k i.!rl d "Ju'.ihK plnloi" p.l.icid IleparMti-t- tt t long-nec- rfiiK pls.vi i.ieiT ilower seeda sent o.it by the fr"is t'te l tflcult-ura- mil lZ '. Washington, Nc r H0UTE Trams '' !v ,'id Vrsli. iVd t al'ej ( o h I) 10 P&PERS. Baltimore-Ne- Philadelphia w York, PELKTS&OILS. VARMSHBS. ETC. -- .? AaiSi r ( I t tint) .rr. IrJ SI A 1 am' S. iithea.t me ntlit I u..l Irum l.c t Mf. t J. T. STTTTOltf HUSTONVILLE c2: K.Y. CO., I iiim- - Card 1 ln n.to.i. Atto U, Ial4 DANVILLE. JKENTUCKY. KINS i "$& JAS. vunhts. h Tin: UWOOD ALLES tic am. r. nrtfiTi ww, OtYENS. ha:, been explained by the ln"etitor himself. hat can bo ui jre luolU than the fo1 toning: "There Is a triple syuipatheiiu order of vibration diverting the posi- hole secret of the lvvly mo'or i. a lay . . Ate still in the b i.ln- - an.1 rr.l)r 'av e fall thing; in the Cndrrukiug ln mo.1 c'smplete .tM t u. Ceno-- I Kcrtu , art. t. al. km !. and Robei ' Vlth all th. I.lesi stoct oft ae. a'i-- CaskMsot Koom de- - ripi. n O ir hra'sc fu h is Beailvr .0 the tradr I'KICt.' iiir. olevran e .i.tauu notice Mr J II til edl- - v inelv nw . An ex HRst will show .il . ir .n.inrt. a. UWrlsT AN1 WORK Tllf.befure .'.ren ha. ' ted in our t ii) ui. nerdiny an.lh'njj anlwIPs, io.-d- t timll, Ine plate. t.va StaatftiJ ad 1 t ".der.r. . irr 1 clt REM. ESTATE EGEHTS. Johns an City, Term. WM.AYRK.N AY RES &G EVENS. Attorneys at Law, 327 Fifth St., S 101 - - Louisville, Ky. lluilc'inif yr note-voitb- C. -- T. SillSTDXDGK, S ir tive and negative. currents to one general polarized center: this roUry ae'i.n .t o,.r the Clark C h W. are Is (Hiniinuous when sympatbeth'ally M Kiuneyat .ijiat"d with the polar .stream." $10 to Insure a LivingJgColt colA VKM:iini... and ored man, w ho might be a liurch f..l tiar M. oe llai. svallhrad aitda N -- H".. putri wasdoxlng in a car of rtioSlxth'uveirie elevutetl roa I the other evening, w hen JEF "i.unn 1"nm1! P'le of the passenger, loudly uttered the uiagie numbers: "I'our eleven friy-fo'ir.- " 'Hie sleeping nogrro Tarted up. 1 If touched by a live wire, gazed MT. VERN'OK, KY. aro tml, re.n.:nleretl in a looke.1 shoopijii, where he wuh. ataiaiam KotaOs Tataoid aad s,.e s and dropped otf to aleep again. imz its hae repat oton. Caar-c .la-Mepioie.-U)o!.in- NOTICE. 1 nut . " A.hlaai " I silrllskari;. " lluaiiaatton I tr llimiinctui, Arr ( hartosttH. ' I liffn I'orr ' Wiarae.trr ". K. U. Junction '' Mt Mll. " Mnrattwi.i l..ia.t Daily Dail. Sun l.x Sua. ji i. ... n n i r am is ji a n pm ii so ass) S japei ' pm it i. pnt i 4a pn 7 Vcs I s Dall ta.tMail 1. P t)uc v p lo .a ami tu 4 t pn ii or p it u ami I I pat' ii).l P 7 tepm iJ i an ! Pt" )i g ' nchhflfx t Hsrhttlassillr " Washiajtva " lUtlimure " I'h ladelphia. ' New Vrk. '" I v '- - 1 ii i . it . ? ' am' am1 la p' am, pw pm ptn i "" ryd ' N.lfollt.... Trains leiviac .1 O IP .IKlC Id limond. a. .. I '! 11 6 ,, J t -(- - it o pat' NEWCOMB will-tno- HOTEL reavc-riabl- f aUalllHHaiaC hi iiimsn.l t. I est rpi etini Siiii.l Kjr an.t . ,11 at , miu naes.1 al n 40 a at and ; Vircka ihe K C ft mo-:ao- nt A ' MWJkWAtT f I ( lr.ui.'T id Handler uf world is his who can noo through liftptvtBnsinn. smalt pel 'cent. Horses flight ami .old on a :vrythe business Mif tlmu U nuutwnury to know peo-ntieen sears' exprnenc in Stanford. Kv ihoroagrbly. I SA.NUIIHIK. C Anom: males dull men witty but l.r.sMKNtosellNurry J sasa a"VTr.Pn1 ioV All om1 warranti-- keep them )oor. W WiiUVVa first class. Permanent, pleas- Max Ij cjI.1 as Ico to truth; but hot as ant profitable potions for the right Liberal in. H.- -; to. salaries and expense paid weekly Mi-- .' ti"jple. would sucoeod in nmall pr,en.e uucement, ,0 healnnar.. No previous Write for terms. Smntf t'.uaga if they wero not troubled, with PlUklK- - r. Cllst,Nur,i.u.ri. . gra- amt)lions. SS fcM,nt,n.. this iai.e' RRhtler, " (ionii fortune cldom uetnos puro and s.ngle. tinatfnded by souio troublesome jr unexpectod olruum ttance. 1.x art, oratory, nvisl mere loudness di:ionHtratton is not a sign of 3tronx''r. it is nuher proof of woaknuss. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE nmu. w'.umi he smiles at a A jost, ta':os nufii ore.lit t. hi:nclf for RAILROAD. his appreciation of vU" jKe than he al. IKe l..e lows to the wit for tutoring it. for what they The Mving get THROUGH TRUNK LINE. might bo ijulto as nn:eh as for what judges a man by lo The thuy aro. Pujiu-it- y tao best r:thr t i.ta '.? average of his T:i:11 pl Harness and Saddle Hor3es and dealer in Fancy Roadsters. 3o-- tf WORDS OF WISDOM. CITS ACO'JT FLOWERS. Uaiaji-- . can be usetl for deoorattro p:irpoaet if grown in pots in light, rich M.11. Ciul atteatiaa to the trahae puaUe. M. I' NKWCOMII. l'rop . s tl Ml Veraon. Ky. fr in SevsYort.iWIaaJat ,, 4t. Rati, armc al .la.lv stanlufd 11 Cr B at. f a' KnhmmJ, Va . aad all potrts a a. aw.l al. Imal tatsaatar-- r HiiiiiiikIuu. W ' I , m(l,,a al ., noon daily pscept jn-- , n "i i.f rd 11 4j p ir. mnin,. lation from Dlitelltll adintermedis. r 'int.. Richmond, Kv . and points an the K. C kv stri.r. at I rtmiton 10, a m. daily, e. 1 Vest. ...l - W . ' n at a man frntv nasj m C. Ii. CKOW laass-- 1'ou J'.ce on li- - the rose buah um white lla Uebore. and two the wnue for the cur-ra- it one ol lln -- isl.l r all,! vull tilt a rfrlirral at Pan. A, I .-track tnll 'l ur ti r .IIS lit n.laV s.Jn rea.t r, . . ,,,) ,, ., al l' n, via N. A A M n worm. t'l5Ks nhould be supoortetl by ta't! to preserve their bloom In perfwtlon Breaking and Training Stable. reisonable 1 v . .... I l iKiiiuaii ." - I I " b and unboiled. fr. - Lo : No 'T-jli- t SOUTH & WEST Wuh attainment. Louisville To Nashvills, Whr.x we have ro.ijihol ipiddlo life wo say of oursfh'es; if only wo had our lives to live over again. Tho wish Is an llle one, but it is loft as to mako a good uso of tho years that remain to us. Whether many or few, they may bo hon-jrihl- o. Memphis, RUMOR AND REPORT. intiOO Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, children on a recent Sumlaj-- . A NKftlio land company has just bon Mobile and New Orleans. formed in Georgia with a capital of Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. 100,000. U.xDKi: tho new contr'it for stamped Only ore chan?e to punts in envelopes $&2ft.00U TnaChteago polioo lost ARKANSAS& TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on in the no.xt four years. A s::vi on the Kosiou Stock H.xchango ihe Government will save was Cr"r,te,C.. th' line of this b,e ial rates. ji this Company Seeaient A1MOKE road will receive for rates, route Louisville nor sold rfoentlyfortiy.'dO, the highest Ki.U!L. G....ST.A., Ky .JFJADFIELD'S c--- only ulntsycnt-- ! of ugo twice sulchlo In Pittaburgh recently 'jock use of remorrtO for drunkuunuss. 0 Kit forty thousand carpontors are zl.l !. have been benefited as tho result light in Xevv if tho recent eight-hou- r A vo or'.c. L'i to jic FEMALE- REGULATOR the present time S09.041,17l has pur-ha-.e- JJAiFtCIFIt -- r ccm tt YY FQKifUl.CUKHi LuMMfciH MENSTRUATION swat: .v1" If Tvtf. AOOK MH3flUft?BL been saved by tho Government of bonds before their maturity. A toorisii weighing seventy-liv- e pound:) was caught oir tho east end of 3nt.i kot (ju; o teoontly. An incorporation has b.en effected in Chicago to promote tho erection of a monumental statueof General Sheridan. Ir is said that a new secret Irish association, with, a membership of 10,000, has be.en formed, with ' head centers in 'C htci jojiiul, Quebec. Us objoct being asftafjOlifsin tp'llrfliih rule. Promln'ttt Irish jitLM'iia iloay iw oxistuuee. n it,-- T:trxui;:iA ae very pretty and ".isily grow n annua! ,tnl ir rorlh.v a plavu 1m e.ery jrardea. AxTitntusfMa will MocKn all the Hit.v". If no Mjodrt are alloacri to form 1 in.r the mimn.er. TliU really applies . i.ost tlon"ritig plants. Always remote the tailing bloom. lot: cut flowers, ur eorsago iMtmj'io: t hare 'e a.M'.i';.v should tnbei-je- .vrauluina. All wf r.lr.dlo'l. lilies and V e btay Trenb ftir long tlin after be-i: picked even without wutor. Itri.ns when done flower In may bun a the leavv begin lift".l attlitr. Place 1'ieui In el .rap tn a ii.Mly p!a'!e. with r. little noil over their lowir pau to enaur" pirfect ripening. I'lii.nx and nlansf similar growth should be plained down early lit the KeiiHOu to insla- them cover the ground. I'inscan Im mad" from wire by Mttiug in stiiutblv lottgtb and lu'jaiiu in hfur-pishape. m.i:- -. of oleander and other plantu Liay Ik roototl In tho way by .Sc'ttltng 'lofie together in nearly full of a puddle of a low . uul. TnU is 'o lo put in a I1g.1t, warm plat, and llioiaiid fevpt very wet. KofcKs .should ty ull weans rs-- t cl.sun culture. 'Ihe ..'..rfa-.'of the beil lUUat. never In flJLi.vod to bevoiue got gtaaty. nor in ht.t rir hurd. Hveiy weelt or two during the growing mhiou, or afti r ever rntn. tho I L'i'ottiid .sluulil bi t'' wi'ii hoe and nor gross ra!:e. and not a si.,.i of be allow il. !NUri are Tit- dr atl of the roso grower. Let U be bon.e lu mind that it Is the under-feuml othonvi neglectod plants that invite the laiju-.- numbers of post. I'reventijit in the way of a thoroughly prepared and cleanly tilled Mill, fertility, watering, pruning, eto., bhould therefore be the first resort against thou uttmits, and thus nearly all trouble will becutolf. Tim: hybrid perpotual olaiw of hardy roses give the host general satlufaotion to tho oaroful cultivator. They aro not e In reality perpetual blooinorb, but their inline from tho fact of their bolng hybrids botwoen the hardy apeclea and tho porpetual bloomer.s. Many of them throw off a fow flowers at Intervals through tho summer, with a fair second crop in the autumn. 1 ..p.'tTi.lhebu.l... (inc M - rt ...' hi- - "" i ,0 v "".V,' i.r I -- "." .- " it i - h.in .. har lt,..aK.. - Jess Thompson, Kentucky Central R.R. JJIafl.: CtlcA.-st--J I. M. BIU'CE, mill Oal ttrst-class m AK3 F3S9 ItiBB STAVKtMM). KY. n ii : i i i.k. UOUTK.' t. ThoShortoHt nnil QiiloUont Kouto from Control Konttioky to all points North, Gnat, Wont and South-WenFast I.luo butweon Lexington and Cincin- nati. St m s. I SI'KCIAI. A ITEX liON to COIIMBItfl sold llorae. and mule. UwR- -l .Bd traveler., livers QmmSmiio Ivviulv mile the Sliort' a4a -- 1!'..UL.'lSX IlKDfLI. South Huuast. I.ve Lve Arr Arr I.ve Arr Arr Arr IN KFrT.CTMAi .Vo. 4 Ntt ?. Kv 11, iV No Sua l horesaid vehicles uanii I.veCiiuinnaU Falmuuth.. Co.iurflssH. a 10 s Daily h I to p m nt csa Kx Ht, 11 n HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL SlAM-i'KH- Pant I.tv.n(loa ii to ii to 4 ii m J no 5 m.ie " Io 9 if t) $ - CHEMIST, K t- - Engineering: ancl Surveying in all branches. "t I.ancatler. Arr Stanford I.ve Kichrousid Arr llerea Arr I.ivington. de-lo- Pans Wineliester. Iticluiiond . n I (O M J5 Pr . p in 45 p m o p re p w I p mi 5 so p p m " P o u p ai 7 jo p m iP a tn U (IV UJCKIATiC, n JS P OJ p in o P tn S j "! No. i. N o.J. - n hartl-".Kd3- tl stm-p'e- ven-se- l le otlu-rwls- 3 on a tn , I.ve I.ivingstan.. a 5 am Lve llerea. huoters Arr Richmond- -. " il- - " Th.snot.ee I.ve Sunf.r.l .. ; oa a in . Lve Lincatter . 7 i a " Signed Richmond. . in oo a in extent of th U Arr .. ii u.' ifiC'.AS'. ,. i. lljhll AUA.'u Washiliston, RkhmoncLT i to p ni 6 lo a in I'litladclnhia, Lve Kultunorr. PHlf.HKKT RICIlAKIJx Arr Wineliester. i oo p in 7 15 a in I fi. McKINNKY. Quickest time to llarrod.l.ur, Krankfnrt, Ky It W. I.A1M.M. .,.,..,.. Arr Paris ( LYNN, 40 ji m 7 3 am Shortest and Richmond, VIRGINIA JOHN Mrs..sAMIOK Quickest line to Lve Lexington .. 1 oj p in 7 00 a in, JlSP IOS. HALLt'U. ALICKTLCKKR Mrs a jo p tn 8 Jj a in 4 ai p nr A IIVMII.IOV Lve Pant..., TIlOb C IIAI.L. p in i) i j am 5 I.ve Falmouth... 4 ii Covington .. 5 40 p tn lo jj am 6 jo p b Arr m Arr Cincinnati .. i 50 p in to 45 a in eja, p ta Solid Trains, li.isajf. cars, smoking cars and Trains coailics. Pullman iTn.uloir hlerpers thruuh vvilh CinciiinatiNo, ijand 11 run Sunday only betvveei. and Lexington, leaving Cincinnati at out chaiiue viaCliattan osa, Ifirniliitfliam, Mtriil. In in ,and .uriving .11 Lctiuglun attain I.ve. tan mu kin J direct connection m loute for Knox. Lexington at 1 40 p. in. tind arrive at Cincinnati at wile, A.iievillf, Lyn. iiluiraiid p .mti in the POSTED. ir h..H. and t in Central I'nion for Chicago. Michigan I'oinU, St. Lout., Ilnlfalo, Cleveland. Detroit, Indianapolis and the Writ, New Knland, Canada. Mating dirt tronnecti Narth-lluua- d. Na. 5. ... et ",:. .'c New Yorls, Huston, Farm y. 3Tor Sale. NKW iraouAiss, np -- 1 lr.rgen.,nme-.r,c.- - write t im innati, Ohio. r'fPlJ' j w OAHlWriYAiM, 1 A d t do-riv- jim: except Sundav. No. 7 Iciv et Falmouth 6 00 am; arrive Cincinnati 7 5 am. except Sundav hfaltli-rftsirTrain N.itcs No. 1 runs daily btlwcpn Lexing. Tha.B beatitiMl and sW ;.. ton unci Cincinnati. No on ! run. dntlr b.tweeo riser, sit.iated Cincinnati and Lexitigtmi No 1 and f make connections at Witichestei tor points on the N N ,V M V Ky TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. ::::" IMPORTAN r -- Trainsol this line now arrive The only through line to Jackuin mm uksburg, at and deiurt from the Central Union I'atsenzer Miss. . ShreveKirt La., inakini; direct connertioni Sutlort Cincinnati, making connections for all without omnibus transfer fcr Dallas Fort Worth jiomts North, Katt and West. Pax) and points in I hrouh tickets and baage cheeked to anr an be obtained on Austin, San Antonis, Kl nlentv of tisli imicl. a railroaj. reachcl on Our in, river. beard, Sprigs open"'X TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. dettnulianparticulirsbyaddre.t. any agent b the Co For full J Ratts of or M.e Mn if lune Per Week For through rates, correct county maps and full W. L Per Da, information call on Agent al Junction Cltv, Ky., S. f. U. MOKbE, t.en I PattVr Per Meal Ai. HIANK M WOOI.LEY, or address Omcinuau, O. Trav. Pat. At., I.exinxtot. Kv. It. It HUN UNOrON, iio Pre.'i and Oeni ComfoMM.tabVelo7lVop.'MPerw D C, KDWARDS hARVKV C.C. aim uanager. ,.-tier.Uv. f. P A T. A.. ViccPresloert. tiKNERAL OFFICF.S-Caambe- r t.v the season. Cincinnati 0 J.r.iaOUh. of Commerce Uuilding, Ciucinaati.O. sol.Clled. .Vm 7 10 1 COODS'S SPB.IWGS- '' S few !'&K"re e At Chaualiocga for Atlanta, Ciiliiraluia, Wilmma ton, Cl.arlcvtoii, AuitusU, Ma. on, bavannan, j.fKs hninaw ille ami KI. OHI-I)llriinsuick, Luke Cit points. solid trains with choic.' The only line riiniilntr Ptilimnn iloiiil.ur .r Palace Slei'puijr Cars to Jack soi.ville witliuut change lor .in) class of pa.ssn Bers or tuKxasje. Selma and Montgomery, lluntsville, Dernttir, Florctiic Memphis and AltKANaAh points. Shortest and iiiu ket to AnnUlon Svlina, llojj i,l'sValnl.d! nk DitfCt connections made al XliW OR !,,,t,,d' I.KANS without omnlbn. tr.mifrr for (..ilvevt.n, '( llmistoti, Austin. m. On theMaysvtlle llrancb, Nog. leives I'aru at a m and No. 11. at j 41, p m, ar,ivlng 00, at Maj sv ille at 10 is, a tn, and 3 10. pm, No. ic leaves Maysv ille ai s.15 n ni, aniving at Parn at 7 40, in. No 1) leaves Maytvillc ai 1 so anil arrives at Paris it 4 15. P m. These trniui arr 5.-5- 8 j daily except Sunday. No ruiitilail) lie Lexington loCi.-initat- i No. 4j leave. Lexington 1000 atu; arrno pans 10 a$ am: except Sunday 1 111 No 8ltsivetCiiiciiinati5iopm;.irrivesl''aliAouta 1 i l'cf"''S '. 'J . c " -- ,A iiv..Jw tkit MJim