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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890082901 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. V Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. M Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 29, 1S90. J. OTTKNHKIMKR, New York NO. 52 T. H J. HARRIS, Crab Orchard, Ky CARSOX, Cincinnati. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Dealers in Improved Farms,Timber, Coal & Mineral Lands in the Southern States Offices: Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky., and No. 21 Broadway New York. inform the public that wc have formed a co partnership for the purpose of transacting a General Land Business. Parties wishing to dispose of their Lands will do well to communicate with us, giving We beg to full description, price and terms. We will advertise extensively all lands that are placed in our hands for sale. IAS. G. GIVE.VS rtlAN'K MAR1MON. HUSTONVILLE. dating rlerk. who has our hearty thnuks : TOT.CCE. for courtesies unstintiiiffly rendered. Tlio Born to tho wife of s. II. Rout, on of the Tato's Harris, GlYEHS & The iNith annual sveeion All person that know thcmsvlvct Indebted to little child of John Henry exeellenrw of bis selection to fill the dif the Dtx Rier, White ti.ik .V Garrard County Ho has been luewny night, n Hue , .. ... ... nLf.,l i montlm. die.! of whooping couch. ' Crock llunUst Aeidiit.ott convened with REAL. ESTATE, I urnpike l.r nrw r,v.,3m rhri - l -,l RlM.tl for his t ub.criptmn, or .is hondsmetl or fer , .... .... . ut"" tall, will come forward ard cttle ithout goillg to .vfral iixul dofi nave wen fcen In the IbmUat church at o.....-- l on .n.... ed from the start. tho expeni' ol a uit Thi Lusiiicm mutt be fathcr. day, August dtyli. at 10 a. m. M once tins niiiity lately. It has been raining oil' and on ovor The C M. SI'O'iNAMORE, Prnident. have been Town Lots, Coil, Iron and I'lmpr Lands bought 44 Ti Yoi We want what you owe letters rend and meesfwgers enrolls since the association convened, but that liikrn nn ttttn. tlia lust nmnli Correpondence or lold oo Lommminn. I'M- - from the rliurchet are at follows. tis We menu you. Chad nick ft solicited loi yr hniiwlprereiU! a tars, crowd from nt- Tltotntis 1'heliH, Thomas tending night and day. The ladies had niul consequently little or no nuinbliml Hichinond t'tl . .. .. , to is heard. , .I i)tteitheimerhaappoiiiteiqutr(. rharK, K. U. M. UovtneUii..N iirowii, . ,, at Crab Orchard For Sak. Lot on Main Street in Staniord J. II. Cook sold to Combost A Allen Kguss and JSvnnc. J thappell Huueriutpudent of till the J. C. Chenault, li. gervo the,r Ul8ket dlinK,re 011( ,in t)iey his pair of handsome bay horses for Containing t fio acres. A. Todd, .Miss Jennie ,, elt.,u,r fi0Hg,lt .Ml Tubor-- U'. flbluu,0Iietl l..K..fWioiw of the Lincoln Und Co. in lm tQ A Home and Lot, c m.islini; of 'li Acres, loca3o0. I). X. Pruwitt bought in this viJ Hammond, S. D. Cochran, Martha hlty, T R. WALTON, Stanford. ted at Crn'. Orchard, Ky , Jti'l known ai the Sla Tern eay tl.e..unty. with head.niHrtorsat Otten-,n Q0 of the iortmnn n0,,se gloro. Th" houe in property, one lllotk trom Depot cinity 100 ewos at 3$ cents. leni. The wtarUon ta ii sooil out for Mttl Schooler. contain mx upruiou room's onelatti, e porcn, one rooms. There thov spread oncli dnv a Drl Brown has dubbed a certain open porch and ortico. uith all titci-.- ir out HARRY A. EVANs, SjuireClini.iiellwHslKjrnnnd raised In ) t'nioa-- J. F. Cook, Suuir Pointer, bonu,lfH, aml exVllent fea-to which diug clerk "Old Fool" D II. Kdnuttou, on since the recent building CallKy., .r aJ Jrc Pinewlle, K jT me at Crab Orchard, her moat of the Jnuiet Mcl'uerry. the neighborhood ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, . evervoodv was invited. The room was election and ho now answers SAMUEL 11LAIR. M D. to that j t New Hop A. Honcoflty, W. G. a property la located and has In his fclHi for i.oms. illlt UOIlu STANFORD, KY name about as well ns any other. l.ng intereounw with the Oerinans b- Clark. the abundance of away huugrr. A number of dwellings and business ITBTTT" A, T. Chennnlt, J. K. Tale's Crwk thoroughly familiar with their t, .., Engineering- and Surveying in (ood tbiims was so ureal that about as houses have been treated to coats of Cosby, Calrin Taylor, I'restou Blake. I t.av. finixhcl m all branches. l.ai.iK i ustome and surroundings. n. w Saw Mill on the Somrr- many more could have eaten to satiety paint in the last few weeks, which great. .t mlfr. n mil4 trutii stinf ,ril i.l it nrn.tril Kcailold Cane J. M. McCalloin, W. E. from what was loft. Tho ladies always -- Mrs. M. C. Williams, of Ml. Vernon, !.i,...,.i,ii.,'1..,Im( I I'Miif I's ,ili'i:r lumly helps the appearance of things. 1'. Arthur Vlare, W. H. Johnson. ll the Ac ,at LOWES f i'RIci.-- '. I will m iHitint! nt her father's. do themselves proud on such occasions Flux is epidemic here and a goodly ber at the mill or de'ier, to suit purchasers. Gie Su-- ! l.ileud Mrs. Tallthn Cotton, Mrs. Zelh-r- , of XobleavlHo, Ind., is buck.shak-ni- l and this time they broke the record. number of our people are troubled with meainal. I'atorli.e, MAVWOOU.KV A B. BAST IN. bands with UU former townsmen sie Cotton, S. M. Tudor, Sqnlro Tudor, At nlulit Dr. J. W. Warder, secretary that disease. At and near Turnersville Mil mingling as is his wont with the X. Cotton, W. T. Cotton. of the State Board of Missions, preached n large number of cases are In the corporate limits of Rowland , reported. Drnko'b Creek -- W.T. B. White, J. P. fair sex. Mis. K. Bryant, of Campbells-Milean excellent sermon at the Presbyterian at 86 We are glnd to report that Cashier H J DARST, Rowland. 15. II. llolticlaw, B. T. I.unsford. accompanied by her Ichnrchand Hev. W.J. Ward held forth J. W. Hocker was sutllciently convalesIC Ooaby, T. 1. Dudley, Waco-JallrMiut. cninu up last woek to visit Mrs. at the ltaptist church. Both had larve cent to take a drive Wednesday. It is On account of continued bad health, I deire to ll pruateljr my farm ot )t , Actn of W M.Oiuntlt. Misa Maud Bowman,: Jr. congreuatioufi. bargain, in a fine mate ol fertility Would the general impression that the cashier land at aacre, MT. VERNON, KY. days In the, Silver Creek Jnnioa H Mel wood, W. sell '00 with improvements. Locution one alttr a sojourn of several On convening yesterday morning, is overworked. ' mile aouth of Stanford, and tl.e layinr of the farm This old and Cmb Orchard. M Johnson. Hotelju still maintain alia City, Iws returned to imHov. George Hunt was elected modem-to- r of auperb. Our miller, Mr. C. C. VanArsdale, iprovement, There are aallframethe necestary five Ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Speincluding dwelling ol Viney Fork-- X. G. Todd, I. I). Todd, Miss lloronce Pence, of (iarrard, ia the; pro tern, Mr. Chenault baring been has bought hall, a about 2,500 bushels of wheat room i audnew For large basement ham, and all cial attention to the traveling public. Melvin. W. 0. Thorpe. buildings further information, apply to mint .if lier aunt, Mrs. called home. After dovotional exorcises at SI and Mr. K. L. Tanner, of AI. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., t tn r i t ... It. UOBT. McALISTEll, Stanford. our sister ' . son UiH-9tnay, a. i. namin, uneriy-nron, -- mi colleges, f Mr I' B. KJtuistou vieited S3'"h church town of McKinney has bought Mt. Vernon, Ky. a little "' of Misa Klla John Hay, Bettie Hardin, Sally B ii-- t ami was the letters and religious periodicals weie ovor 5,000 at same price. "FOB; SAXjEj. . v ttay W.i'v.ii. Miss Minute lilliott, ol iviras- - jiorrts uanco, discussed. The Wettern Becorder, Or- Christian College opens Monday Stanford George Hunt, Kvnn Waters, phnui Home and Hev U. C. Modaris' i,U-the oxcellent Hi fair donj:hirof We offer next, llio corns of teachers has been iht Rum for sale pruatily uom farm known as We w ant to sell our Farm privately. It has 106 , AmiMi.n um. miir frnm iiu.mn. her and popular educator, lle.v. H. K. Woaren, J. M. Hall, J. H. McAlia-ter- Mountain Baptist were endorsed and cousidensbly uCrleln?fiDe.'ta,C0, lies near added to mid it is thought &lgl$Vl i&. " i.re, Hubble' k"C count' cl""on orand Jress us at E. P. Wood. M. F. Ulkin, J. N. recommended. Call Ca" on M..t it nilott, U tlie stiMt ol .Miss iMia made a Mr. Modaris imii me ivouege win enjoy tlie largest on or address us at iitutanvillc, Ky home on Malu Monetae, J. C. JlcClary. !i stonat her speech for his paper and got a number im mllmimr if mmiL it Ko .....i. !..! JOII.V K1.LIS. HEHRING MENEFEE. .w tf v.,. ....u JIARV ULLIS S. Hill, Own Ukos, i...-i.- .. lied Uek-- lt. ;...., M ! r n wimiv.i, .! n,w1lo,. t Dr. J. S. CoOr s in Ijoutsvlllo Btrt i Ul BlllietllJ'UVli."!. .'., Jiui' narper nas a nice stable ot Wit Satur-dWin. Todd. Mtw Leah was chosen delegate to tne next soma t' h . HOUSE, Tyrone L, P. Johnson, Dubiter Da- uru Batitist Aasociation and Bronsou young horses and is making a success as Mist) Mamlo I.yun. of Stan-- i to visit B. RILEY, Proprietor,F. trainer. With Jim's steady ihabits, his Mr. Joe McClure, the 1h1 nnd vis. r I ' Hay alternate. evenness of temper and abundance of I desire to sell my (arm of about 134 acres, situ- London, - - no messenForman's Chapel iwpular o( our young Kentucky. in t The inoderatorannouuced the follow-- 1 energy, nothiHg bhort of success is ex- ated about 14 miles north of Stanford on the I have moved to my new ger. Hush llranch pike, opposite the old church There Hoteljand nm better i .tii. ih at Hn Hill, mpasurinx lumber of standing committees for pected. lug chairman arc about 30 acres In wheat and rye; the balance preparjdthaueverto accommodate the public. Freedom B. lhiy, Thotna Stephens, next year, report on destitution to be of the farm well set in timothy. Good dwellin; t r tl.e linn of Hutchins A Miller. Mi Eld. W. L. Williams' meeting at of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new "w? WMt ItlC It 1.11. andesery convenience de- sired. C.tra stnart, of InisviHe, is stoinj: at Lawrence Ijiiio. made bv executive ioard: Statu Mis Turuersvillu is still in progress and FRANK RILEY. the burn; is well watered and fenced. Possession J.can 77 Hays' Fork-- A. J. Tribblo. be given immediately tor particulars, s ,. Il.irris Ilotitw, enjoyinjrme gujru t sions, Preston Blake; Foroigu Missions, prospect for a general awakening is good. imney, aiamoru, or write ine nnderncncd at Mr. Touey Friendship Johu F. Sulhlo, Squlro P. II. Campbell, Home Missions, T. P. ,,( tin- Hinnumr eeon. E. Cincinnati, Ohio. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., HERS. There havujbeenn number of confessions nohlo-ti.t'iMoberly. r.riH'kii. one of nature'n pdlant Schools, Thomas Dudley, Sr,; Sunday Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, A SPLENDID After tho rending of the church letters Thorpe; Ministers, Aid Society, L. P. and six have been taken into the was iu town Saturday mingling church. and enrollment of inusumvers, the asso- Johnson; Orphans' Home, J. II. McAlis-ter- ; TA.VFORD, KY. n '!. id friends. Our town is to have another store. ciation engaged in dovotioual services Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at Religious Periodicals, Thomas On Sept, 7th, P. W. HUBBLE. Napier, who has factory prices. for half an hour, conducted by Hev. AT PllIVATE SALE 30 Phelps; Schools and Colleges. J. C. Chen- been iu the s and clothing busiWood and Pruwitt bought Amos Stout. and -J- ohn ault; Church Letters, D. G. Martin ness at Liberty and later at Yosemite, To close a partnership : offer at pru ate sale our TAnSJCX. at 1:45 p. 'Hie association Farm of 31 k .in i. hous in thiti looulity for 3 to Teinponince, T. P. Dudley, Jr. will open out. He will occupy thestore-rooof Richmond, was concluded the business and after Mr James Smith and Miss Mnggtu Ball x. A. T. Chenault, Tills Nearly Five Hundred Acres, I am well prepared to bore wells next door to Dr. Brown's oilice. Kd elected moderator and T. P. Dudley, Jr., a standing vote of thanks had been givti.nrniHl nt Ijineaster Vewtordav. and will do the work in a good manner and promptly J. W. Allen leaves in a few days for Waco, clerk. Near Moorcswllc Wellington county. IVninan and Uum Nailer, of color, ar of en to tho peoplo of Stanford and vicinity Green River to make war on tho finny At One Dollar a Foot. Tho moderator appointed the followDr. Herring reports This Farm is situated on the turnpike leading for hospitality and attentions, a motion tribe. Ho will to marry soon. Call un or address me at btantotd, Kentucky. make the trip alone and from Mooresville to Chaplin and is about 10 mile. Hev. low with fovor of a typhoid ing committee cm divine services: Rev. W. during t Pn e llourne Springfield, L.T.SMITH. , to adjourn, a.'ter preaching by his absence will camp out and from 1.. 11.... u. 7. miles from.1... ISloointield, 5 miles ... .. sohl some fat cow 8 Uoorge Hunt, Kvan Waters, II. K. Wur-en- E. Mitchell, was carried. That gentlet pe. Mm. do and Springfield, about an J. M. Hail. J. II. McAJistur, 15. P. man preached n good sermon at 11 and trilSt Ul tlie Lord mid ,... hard.. tlSlliUg for llardstownEouisillc 'lhere isand the farm hour's and heifers to Prewitt at 2 to 2. O. A. 'un Irom he ill be gone commruble Iwu.e of 4 room., on tho builamjr. II. C. Wooils, M. F. Kikin, J. N. Menofoe aud then everybody partook of an excellent IslS SUStenatlCe. He switu-broabomo owes to brick, having burned a ear or so ajo .md ail a month. necessary farm buildings, consisting of stallc, Miss Khun J. C. McClary Walter for $" per head. dinner sorvod on the grounds. Rev. J. .MlSSeS Minnie aUll Mattie DlUWld- - corn cribs, granary, smoke house, buggy house. Messengers fiom corresponding assohouse and yard and two large tobacco E. H. BURNSIDE, tmnstead, of Jessamine county, is visit-iII. Hide preached at 1 o'clock and Rev. J. .lii are ntt. .,,.)!,,., il.u I ...;.,,..... Proprietor Km.. A good portion of this land is m blue enrolled as follows: S. Dunbar has ciations C. Steelev at 7 la.t night. at It. I White's. MISS Sallie Mllhan is the guest of .Mrs. Sjass. timothy and clover and has a bountiful Uoonw's Creek T. J. Hush, J. I. Wills. water, well distributed in the iljsi-l- n trade with the Lancaster Mill The delegates were high in praises of Maggie .,, . Carpenter. MlSS Marguerite ply different pastures and fields; and the whole is in a No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, South District Amos Stout. S. Cook, locality at 51 and its proprietor Is determined that Co , f.r the wheat in this our people and said they hail never been Ingles, who has spent a coupleof mou lis "f shall be maintained. W. Hughes, J. P. Coleman, H. Sutton, an I tbe rise, to be threshed ad libitum. bettor entertained anywheie. The meet- With MiSS LOU Hocker, has returned to fimand tobacco grown on it yearly attest His an incontrovertible tact that Washington county Hammonds was enter- li. K. Waters, It. K. Noel. profiting lias been a most pleas.iut and The store of J. A. her home lit Paris. MlSS Bessie Hold. ludhae been sellm to so ner ceut. chier He has recently liiei to its appointments Irvine A. It. Anderson. ed h thieves Saturday night ami. about able one and the entertainers have en- W 110 Has l..n ficitinf.nl .Mr. r,,,, I?.,i,l'0 than lands of a like character in any other part of ,hc State( and tUtl has undoubtedly been Vine to Cumberland River E. S. Gooch, C. joyed it fully as muihastheentertained. contents taken, consisting of $,0..fits "KKa wiinom rauroau inc .' """ ,n. (OU'J to returned ,., ataniord xuesuav. laciluies. until the past to jears. No counts in punts, cigars, tlour, one bull doi: (i. Caldwell ami E. It. Caldwell, Jr. Also si. . S. Drye and lllS estimable the State raises finer horses, cjltle. Dr. Tho vote was taken and Waco, MadisDelightful Storm Party. ist.'J, .k and a few gold plated finger grain or tobacco Our sole reason lor offering to A First-Clas- s Livery Stable fqmilv l.ms-oviiuilnn to s. this farm is to close our partnership, and to a iMOUdaj tor inon county, was selected as the next place To the Editor of the Interior Journal rings with large sets. Any person ,.fiL- lmf nlniNi fli.iir fnhirnlinnwi Tim man wantinc good land, well locateil. at. a low To accommodate the deminds of his increased was Please publish tho following: Misses ....., ... nr,.' :lli(l nil ,. ti.rme u tvtll m th.. haan.., transient patronage. ...,.... Jiest Turnouts furnished forming Mr. 11. of facts that may lead of meeting and lie v. George Hunt object for moving to that point is two lanu ur Kentucky .No use to go west, and you II Commercial Travelers and others will be liberally lewnrded, elected to preach tho next introductory Susie Lasley, Jenuio Warren, Marie yuu see this land. To parties who when to conviction aud say so, wuiii uiiiMllu we win lay inai ll is susiep Warren, Annie Green, Foxio Penning- fold, first to keep a boarding-housmiKiu so look out. A threshor is wanted here sermon. tiblo of division and we will sell to suit purchaser. The circular letter, read by Hro. Hron-sto- ton, Bess Richards, Annie Hale, Alpha second to be with "Doc," who has secur- Call on us on the place or address us at now ns most of the wheat is damaging Ky. A C A: JOHN TAYLOR Hay on "Christian Giving," was a Tyree, Mary Matheny, Mary Dudderar, ed a lucrative position with Tracy & Wesley Sutton sold his Bonu? I will pay a Reward of Fifty I) )lUrs Tor lurorraa-tto- n May they find Wilson, horsemen. Annie Menefee, Lizzie Menefee, Georgio on conviction of any unauthorized person Messenger Chief colt to Johu Wood well written, instructive production. li TV1 11 KUis, Mouto their now home both pleasant and profit- appreFfliVIVV Hev. It. It. Noel preached to au Wrav, Nettie Wrav, Lena for $100. Win. Wnckcrby and Miss FanFound Cutting Timber or Damciative audience from John S:3l. Harris, Mattie Rochester, and Messrs. nie bilviu are llxing to visit relatives iu Your correspondent happened out aging; any Improvements 7U50 i 5i. the association came to- Tom Lasley, Llge Beazley, Will Uaugu FOR SA.L.K. reAt Missouri soon. Klzy Miller and wife .jii ine loituuin? nroncrtv some gether to hear the introductory sermon, man, Jack Rout, Hub Eugleman, Sam to Mr. John Steele Carpenter's this week Wishinr. In unit farming. I will ntfer fm 4 tie on The larms at Highland known as V A Cash's, turned to Illinois, Thursday, after the "remises, on aud was treated to a glimpse of his line T,,mH,l!,ch,,onX GeO'tJe I5augh-- Uastin Heirs'! which was preached by Hov. Preston Menefee, Joe Kmbry, Joe Burton, James weeks pleasant visit among us. ' sH. TerBesides his three noted Itluke, of Richmond, from Mat. 10:24. Reid, Jim Beazley, Jack Beazley, Albert horse stock. m Lonj's s, r, 1890, ry AtP..)ourS'Gap W.oune's It acre place. W. farm, Oct. Cox's Hutchison's 40 acre will come after Me, let him .Severance, Will Matheny, Richard New-lan- stallions, Wallace Denmark, Tom KobinR K.llarrcn's timber tr.icts on Iluck - A violent wind atorm in the vicini- "If any man ,n one,or ore trarts. my farm in Lincoln Co , near the Uanviile ,V Hustonville turn- - Creek, 307 aires, John Turnbulfs, 5i7acres, John Carroll Bailey, Joe Jones, Jesse SOU and Denmark Lexel, he has SOllie 20 , of Lexington, Tuesday, damaged crops, deny himself and take up his cross and ty as nice a pike 3' j miles from Shelby Cityand containing Ilnchanan's, 30J acres, M.J. Hams', 90 acres, B. 100, acres, John Anderson's, 14 acres, Wearen aud Will Lackey, stormed Mjss head of line brood mares and fences, etc , to tho extent of thousands follow Me." 8KC0KD I).W. ash Hams' 517 acres, Freeman's, Soo acres, as lot of colts, yearlings and of Klijah Coop-e- r Mauiio Lynn aud her visitors, Misses About Acres. Kpbinson Mill tract, I ToLin's (arm, Bryant of dollars. Tho residence KKld starm, Joel Petrey's fjrm A Uooch's larm, After devotional exercises the dill'er-ou- t Louella Hamilton, of Georgetown, and any oue could wish to see. His pride I can ay without jii that this is naturalwas blown from its foundation. No Collins' larm, on (Ifj.le Ride 600 valHen. ly one ol the best bodies of l.ind in the county, ry Millei's. Jvo acres, Hmrv .Millers, acres, acres, read encouraging reports Leah Steger, of Crab Orchard. Refresh- colt is one by Black .Squirrel and ho committees 441 loss of life is repotted. , $.500. He has his stock under and having beon "uuised' lr to years, i. in Stephen Hugh's, I) n, tdmiston's Destitution, Minis- ments were served at 11, consisting of ues her at on to produce the heatieat of cetetl i.rop. tract Strode Home, Somebody with an eye for statistics Ci't. Senear depot splendid control aud not a horse on the while its capacity is unsurpassed Ortliard, Hotel, Cott w .ir.' storehouse at at Crab OrOtten-l"- n an abundant supply of fine melons and aud ccneially known an uth in the neighborsays that this year in the United States ters' Aid Society, Homo Missions, I t'TILNHF-IMER- , place refuses to come to him if his whis- hood. There are but jo acre now under culti'J-- ' ' '" killed by cyclones, phans' Homo ami State Missions. other uood things. Those who enter Agent for Owners. VJ people have been , tuuoth) vation, the balance all set in A collection was taken in cash aud tained were Miss Mamie and her brother tle is heard. and clover. Is well watered by crsek and 222 by fire, 82S by 2117 by lightning, sprint;- - The fencing has all been re set pasdrowning, 1,017 by railroad accidents, 51 pledges, amounting to SI 17, for the Bap- Jesse, assisted by Carroll Bailey and Sam within the last it When tho Louisville school board tille has water in months and every held ami item it The dweUins m Orphans' Homo at Louisville. enjoyable time was A very by mine dis tist Menefee. falling buildiuus and by frame of S roomi, with lull, uMn , Nineteen churches report a net gain of had, ami it was nearly 1 o'clock before adopts a school history of Kentucky , root inc ell porenc. .iillwui-aster, total, 2,ttf. wiucn teacues uisiory irom a secession drv ceiur rooms I here rc tv lr,;e listen n the happy hearts were saddened by tho standpoint and morals from a prohibition he.id ul Mock, st Matthew D. Hume, by hisattornoys, 102 uiombers, with an aggregate ,' ; 'jj Jn w ,oulir n .u.t of 2. I7;l. Three churches not re thought of departure. hied suits In tho courts against the banks bmiti. p carriaae stanupoini, 11 is iiuie or parents who do- - eood corn cribs, and every heds. miol it m;ilj t A FiiiKSi) Who Attended. orchard ir wiricn hi3 testimony, for fear ho ported. to perpetuate lieve neither iu secession nor prohibi- tcuant hnusc.f 5 or rooms 1'uMi i ho alHev. G. W. Perrynmu preached to a mills convem. aud may die, he being S7 years old. lie tion to make a vigorous protest. Louis- )yAt thechurches and will also sell .ill nt ul ai u in tame time I Don't all Answer at Once. that his signature to tho notes large audience at the Presbyterian church leges ittli.miU v. consistinir of i and ville Commercial. 'To the Editor Interior Journal.) torgories. at 2 r. m. my entire HMw. ir,.,i i.ilf fin it. ..nil .sn.!.i lino ..n. and butcher stuff; also negotiated by llumo Clay are CO., .11 lint i .iiu viri.....vi.. v.. tuii.tmita una u Avmrc rt'i r Is there any 0110 In Lincoln county It was a remark hoard on all sidos that - Paits Kentuckian. can give a.commou school teacher ported to tho HoilSO a bill to compel Thirty head, from aged animals dowHt.. tuilc hospitality of tho peo- who HUSTONVILLE, KY. Ouc !H, oiml. Unj.. They are "daisies." and no tr, nnnin tlu.ir --Secretary Windom, in order to re- the following subject: Where saddle gelding, ear oil pair work mules, money from the treasury ple of Stanford can bo excelled only by the light on the lease all the appliances as will not re saddle mare bv Second Jew. 1. . t , irline stud Arc still in the business ,id ready to do any. beauty of the young ladies who minis- is tho proper place"" to discuss the legali- couplers and colts 4 chon..' 'jmo iu that he can to rolieve the presont strin- tered to the wants of the delegates pres- ty of a teacher's certificate ? Our editor quire trainmen to go between tho ends colts by HamUr. trap LiKLn, i.arv with colts; thine of the Undertaking Hoe. ailWe have a full go..a by llanfbrd and stock Cases and Caskets of kinds and Robes to buy tan j'.t'.crot every description. Our hearse, hich is nearly gency, says that he will continue 15 haadof stok ho says not in the county paper. Our su- of tho cars to couplo them, aud also with a lot of plunder new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. H. reasonable, n ith- ent. Bilver. If tho otl'ers are eral and made In wnndiy t sale. brakes, 60 that the engineer Terms Orcen has charge oleur business and will show The above was furnished by Mr. T. P. perintendent says not In the county in- automatic Capt T D Fnchsb, uctmneer our coeds to any one needing anything in our out regard to tho amount which the control the speed of the train. can ine 4otd JW SIIELDY Gaiuiakd CoontvTeaciieu. efficient aud accommo- - stitute. ftj.tf Dudley, Jr., the him to buy monthly. I CRAB ORCHARD. HARRIS, OTTENHEIMER & CARSON, TATE'S CREEK ASSOCIATION. -- - 1 ,...,' l"' I'pci ,,. iy MRIKQH. trreat-Kran- Plneville, Kentucky. et-ti- Joi-rxal-s tt 111 FOESALB! hi t (. - -, ... t, -- ..-,- 1 i SAW MILL. fi T) - For Sale 43-'- )' Twenty Bulldinir Lots i mmm : mm, blue-gra- mes s NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. I 1 wi-t- k pui .' : r 45-i- - . ini 1 olnt ..I j FAEM So-- FARM - FOB. SiXXE J A-- j t A '""' v.-fk- .ter uj i i : Farm Por Sale. THE RILEY - IUr; j 1 - i. dry-good- v m BOBXJSTG. IMiiL-kerl- 11 in. Jl-t- ....1-...- -1 .1 d n.-- in THE MYERS HOUSE n never-failin- g ' lVlTXJ0 ....-..-.. "uK ' H-- s ." Pool and BilliardjParlors -- blue-gras- s, 1 1 ) e ti Moores-wll- e, u-6- $50 REWARD! fl.gg , Wednesday, - d, rov-ers- 300 ion-diti- Sunday-school- s, 25- - , re-- graw-proiluc- blue-ra- tievir-faili- us two-stor- wa.h-rnom- I i inoiu-bershi- WiTJ(tmS&immfM i ' ' i ... . ut.-i.T- -. r- - J. T. SUTTON" A .1 ; whole-hearte- d mi.--a- 1 1 - 111 law-direc- i: '- ' ' - ' ' ' r.,'..., if.v . ..io r jf. J m r' ' jMyWWliW'lMWtWllllilli II il ' NEWS CONDENSED Tins office is in receipt of a beautifully printed invitation, with passes on the G. W. Willis, pioprietor of Hotel railroads enclosed, to join the special ex- -' Kentucky Press Glyudon, Richmond, has assigned. to Robert 1. Moore died at Dau ville, of anf oud, Ky.,- - Ar.ivr 29, 1S30 cnrsion tendered the the Middlesboro Town Association by llux. He was II and unmarried. Co., the Daily News, The American It Is reported that the Kentucky Association, Limited, and the Coinmur- "W. I'liiou has been sold to the E. T., V. & 11 and 12, c .d Club, to Middlesboro Sept. G. train to leave Louisville on the ovening W. K. Mavtne has been appointed DEMOCRATIC TICKET. of the 10th. The train will arrive at 7 at Carpenter, Whitley conn- 0 of a. m., on the 11th and at 0:30, m the tw Fcr Corgress, " of McVickors' theatre at Chicago was Opera House, Mayor John M. Brooks B. will deliver an address of wolcome on damaged 5126,000 worth by fire Monday the pnit of the city, to be responded to night. by President Urey Woodson, of the K The Indiana democratic State conHeed continues to have a hard time P. A. Hon. A. A. Arthur will wel- vention is in session with 1,300 delegates countinR quorums, even under the revo- come on the part of the Town Company lutionary rules and his own sweet will, and Commercial Club and Col. K. Polk proseiit. Supt. Porter estimates the aggregate wliich now novum the House. During Johnson will respond. At :l o'clock wealth of the country at fcevontv-otichoice 's the pending of the Land bill Tuesday rlN there will bo an excursion on the Belt billions of dollars. goods stock. of ibuhtering was resorted toandasullicieiit Uailroad and at :50 a banquot and ball. of llieraintauat fcprtngiloul, as report-- Jjjjp in we Goods number of members left the hall to break AtlOFiidaya spec'al train will carry ed bv the State signal service observer a quorum. A resolution was presente.l the members to Cumberland Gap. where there, was 0 17, inches in :() hours. revoking all leaves of absence and cen- luncheon will be spread by the Board of -once great labor Martin Irons, suring the members who had absented Trade and from w henco visits will be made dictator, now sells the peanuts in a St. Louis themselves, but after a hot debate the " depot. How have tho mighty fallen to King Solomon's Cave ami "The House adjourned without coming to n Afterwards tho party will return to Congressman Bynum was vote on it. It is said that Keed some- Middlesboro and at S:J0 depart for home. Goods, Shoes, by acclamation for a fouitlt term times counts a quorum by having Col. T. II. Arifold is chairman of the as representative of the 7th Indiana diswe $'C. made of the hats in the cloakcommittee of arrangements and on the trict. selection, 0 new room, but he couldn't make one this committee of reception are Messrs. W. J. The liabilities of Clifton Rodos Bar- marvel-ousl- y a, goods time, even in this way. Xext day dur- Kinnaird and J. P. Sundifer, late of Lanto but ret rt Co., are stated at Beck- ing the debate on the same bill, to We Hie close caster. Mr. Kinnaird is also on the ball they claim that they will pay 75 cents on with, of New Jersov. nud Wilson, of thing promises the dollar. to committee. The whole best no "Washington, had some hot words, when to be one of tho grandest attains of the A disastrous boiler explosion near we 0 the Jerseyman let v his good right list kind ever given in the State and it goes Columbus, I nil., destroyed .White's flour at his antagonist, but it was caught in without saying that it will be very large- mill, killed six utuu and seriously injurtime to prevent the disgrace of a light on ly attended. we goods ed eight others. the floor. It will be observed that the I To Editor J. B. Chapman, of the Fort two gentlemen are not from the South, Ix the last issue of the Louisville Scott Tribune, has been nominated for come see goods of bo we will hear no reference to planta- Truth Kditor B. H. Itidgelv addresses an Congress by the democrats of the Second varietition manners. opon letter to Hon. Henry Watterson Kansas district. in controversion of his proposition George W. Peck, the humorist and The steady disintegration of the that the world is steadily growing author of "Peck's Bad Boy," has been Knights of Labor makes the organization worse in general ami as to va liter- nominated by the democrats for governno longer one that capital fears and the ature in paiticulnr, as set for.th in or of Wisconsin. consequence is that the New York Cen.11. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, his "essay" from the Tennessee MounManiiKcr. Congressman Morrow, of the Ith tral is paying but little attention to its tains, on Tolstoi's "Kroutzer Sonata." California district, declines strike and demands. The road The jolly Ben gets much the best of because Washington life is too ox- is runnings if nothing had happened reply is re- pensive for his income. argument anil his pop-- , and the Knights are trying to create 1'I1H1 Ull LuiUirMjicul. with wit and wisdom. The"Krcut-ze- r S. V. Williams, of Cincinnati, is an A local newspaper iaau who went ularsvmnathv for themselves by hold plete Sonata" is a very rotten and disgust- expert accountant, but ho couldn't keep down to visit his wife at t!w ecAshur ing mass meetings and issuing manifesing production, as we know by a perus- his own accounts straight. At loust ho recently had a very narrow escape from toes. But these too are likely to fail. al, but as Mr. Kidgely says, much worse didn't. Ho has failed for $5,000. ctum-.- what, to put it mildly, would There wag no good cause for the strike secured the service of books were printed in former years and talk. His wife wa boarding Hals tend street, Chicago, is 0110 of Itave in the first place and the public was not at th Blank hooi. It wci m that there more largely read. the longest streets in the world, being slow to see it. It nil arose because a is alwj n New Blank lu,u a" 'this rvsort. about IS milos in length in a perfectly Ljuuiant of tiuit fact, when the young few men were discharged for incompeTnF.Ohiorepublicanshave renominated I a:n now fully prrjwcd to do tency and drunkenness, as the railroad McKinloy and although the lust legisla- straight line within the city limits. journalist wpi! a porter with Blank The State troops at Hniard, under houw? on his cap he anid to bimarlf. officials say, though the Knights claim ture changed his district so as to show a that it was because they were members democratic majority of 2,o00, they sny command of dipt. Usither, have captur- "Thi w ray place." and he allowed the MorjiortfT t i pilot him orer to tho hotel. WATCH-WOR- K of the bodv of organized labor. they are going to elect him if boodle and ed "Bushwacker" Jones and Green On arriving thw he asked, ai a matter ris, both noted mountain outlaws. fat can accomplish it. In accepting the A decided improvement in our judicJoseph C. Hundley, a prominent bus- of f'jrw. if a lady of a certain name, givAND nomination McKinley made a speech in ing Ui own, was uteyinx there. On be- iary system could be made by the coniness man of Lexington, and formerly y vory defense of his tariil record and l !w wua stitutional convention adopting the Virdeputy circuit clerk, was thrown from .uirf nvUf trial be would he muurkrtl that he up to see remarked that "President Cleveginia plan. There a county judgo has her. "I don't bcliwe she i.- up yet," reland and hU patty serve tho interests of his carriage in that city and killed. to be learned inthelaw thatis, ho has to A son of the superintendent of pubmarked the clerk. "Oh. that doesn't Europe: we support tho interests of All work v arraiUcd and promptly done. possess the same qualification as is neclic instruction of Tennessee and another make auy diffelTnne,', the oth.-- r respondAmerica." The platform adopted by the ed confidently; "I'll go up." The cleric givessary to be a circuit judgo and he is nominating convention endorses Har- young man were poisoned by being stared at him, out finally gar him the given jurisdiction in all criminal cases. rison's administration and advpcates the en morphine for quinine, at Kuoxville. number of the room and sent n porter Each county attorney is a CommonThe residence of Rev. S. W. Archer, Force bill, facts that show that the along with him. "8ha mttat be up by wealth's attorney also and the result is of Ohio republicans are mean enough to ou the banks a creek in Noble county, this time." he remarked to the ixrt4-r- . that since the county court ine.'ta month do O., was washed away and that gentle- "the baby wouldn't let her stay in hwl." . anything; ly there is no delay in trials an the punman, his wife and child were drowned. "The baby? Why, she haa no baby." GttANT Lilly, son of the judge who ishment or acquittal comes quickly and The grand jury at Ilaztfd returned tho jwrter said. Relterati n und dental promptly. There is no laying In jail exists without a semblance of a back- 2:5 indictments for murder" against the followed, ami flnully it entered the joursix months there waiting for tho circuit bone, tried to shoot Editor McC.trty, of leaders of the factions nalist's mind that it wa puatdble for a court, but every accused is yiven a the Irvine Eagle, because he had said Nineteen of the outlaws have been cap- lady of the same niunu a his wife to be staying at that Iwtel. The matter wat speedy tri.il, if he wantH it. some things about the old man in his tured by the militia. Anally straightened out and ho found paper. The Richmond Climax says he A Virginia negro, who was loadod Ids wifo nt another hotel. Washington Gov. Goinio.s. of Georgia, had the changed his mind, however, when the for war, fell from an excursion tmin near Poat. We manhood to come out square against the editor got a pistol and was not near so Paris and was killed. On his person Aliance's pet Farmers Slfciis if Wnr n ISrt.ailuuy. anxious to shoot after that. Grant has were a pair of brass kuticks, a ruxor, A pnci-iot-i of odd and dila;tdatd Bjheme ami although it may cost him a undertaken a big job if he intends to Bowie-knifand pistol. looking vehicles, fastened together ami IT. S. Senate, he will be moie seat in the shoot everybody who says his father is The bankruptcy bill has been re- hitched to the tail of u large two bom respected by honest men, than if he had a worthless old fellow, too cowardly to ported to the Semite favorably with cer- truck, excited considerable interest as it for the sake of popularity accepted tiie be a judge of any court, and ho will find It is understood that proceeded lumbering along Broadway wild cat proposition without question. very soon that ho has bitten off more tain amendments. 1'tl'ort will be made to pass the hill at from South ferry. an Tho principles of democracy are ever- than he can chew. The horses wero pretty well fagged this session of Cougresa. lasting and he who sticks to them, will out by th time they reached the interIn the light for the democratic nom section of Park row, and the in the end receive the reward, if not of driver of Uncle Ben Hahkiso.v wants to change iiration for Congrosd in the 10th district, tho truck halted opposite the .Wor The Alli- his weekly Henderson News to a daily ollice, of a clear conscience. of Montgomery, loads on home to pve them test ami a breathing ance men have a commendable object in afternoon paper and asks the nress to as- C. R. Brooks, the instructed delegate vote, but ho has spell. view, but they can better obtain it by sist him in getting a partner for the Tho vehicles, which consisted of four not a majority and the fight is n doubtstaying with the democrat?. work Only a small capital is required timliera und gun carriages, two of which ful one. as Uncle Ben has all the type and pi essIwre Congressman Stone has written a wero surmounted by four-ircThe editor of the Stanford I.VTumoit es necessary for the work. Henderson letter in reply to inquiries by the Graves field piece of an antique itttern, were Jouunai, should explain himself. The is a live place and tho enterprise would kooii Hiirrouuded by a lare crowd of County Wheel, in v.hich he opposes the idlers and curimlty last several issues of his paper have con- no doubt pay, propprly handled. seeker. fad of that order and detained no editorial matter, whereat there Ihe gums and carriages wero marked is much kicking in the newspaper olllces The Three Forks Enterprise, publish- clares himself a democrat from principle. for the "Commanding Officer, Watorvliut Arxeiml. Wo?t Troy, N. Y." The truck of the State. The editor appeals to have ed at Beatty ville, Ilobort 15. Franklin ed- Hurrah for Old One Leg! Brocky Smith and Otto Louth were driver explained that they were from abdicated in favor of "General Nows.' itor, appealed in double size on the loth Governor's island, and wero en transit Frankfort Capital. The editor pro and was filled with a description of the to have been hung in the Ohio peniten for shipment to the Wofet Troy arsenal, tiary at 1 o'clock this morning, the govtorn did explain that we were taking a vast resources of the section and tho where they wero to bo rehabilitated and holiday. A man can't write editorials pictures of the men who have assisted in ernor having refused to interfere. Smith, modernized. Tho carriages, he taid, for a paper in Stanford while he is en- bringing them to public notice. It is a who murdered an old woman for her weighed 2,200 pounds each, and the joying the salt 6ea breezes and baths, fine advertisement for the richest miner- money, raved in a most profaue manner pieces of ordnance 800 pounds each, or when told that there was no hope. 10,100 imunds together, which, besides even if he wanted to, and wo didn't. al section in Kontucky. Small-poin Texas and along tho the truck and driver, made a good sized Thanks, very much, though, for the imWhen last heard from the democratic Mexican border is spreading, and San load for n team of horses to draw on a plied compliment. DMIVII.l F KJ.NTl'CKV. I have rminvixlmr majority in Tennessee was 00,071$ and Autonio is becoming alaimed. Thirty warm day. New Yoik Hutald. 'v 'I lie oldc.1 CoI'ct in (lie St if Cubical, Sci tlt hi rile C'UrK wan t I my rei.!enc(, opiio will foin.lntall Farmers' Alliance captuted the still 'er climbing. 12 of which Kentucky, Alabama cases have broken out there; Tut cntilK ami Kle t n O iire f St inly lull ,, ""ct Uurnliirs' Vlrw uf u Mrlko. iirciii ki in I.ih atii.n h Itnlul Complete (iymiimiiitn Clark County Democratic Convention and Teunesee have spoken on tho Force are in the most fashionable part of the At first sight one would suppone that rlon V" Sc4 in, I V l'V,r aUlouiie and horned tho Hon. Kodney Haggard hill and in such a way as has opened the city. The disease has appeared at Waco the class ubove all others that would urlurthcr iiifcrnutiDii, ;i,!Jn 1) W C OLNC5 I)..l'ihl.lcnt offthe track for Congress. Appreciating eyes of the conspirators at Washington. and at EagleJPasj, where many deaths hail with delight a general strike of police would be the burglars. Curiously the situation he made a virtueof a neceshave already occurred. The fact that a Hogg has been nominatsity and withdrew, after making an eloIllinois still leads all the States in enough this is not so. The professional 7 quent speech, reviewing his record and ed for governor in Texas and one Mudd railroad mileago with 0,829 miles. Kan- burglar is dead ugahist such a strike; charging tho basest ingratitude on his for Congress in Maine, shows that we sas is secoiul with 8,770 miles and Iowa for, as ho correctly reasons, though the RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, police coaled to protect property, propSession open Kept. 10, J SOU, political slayers. Mr. Haggard is a good may not expect much purification in third with S.Uod miles. Texas leads all erty would not thereby Iw left unproman and a friend of tho farmers, conse- politics in thoso States if there is any- the Southern States with S,:H7 miles. tected. In fact it would bo protected Three Colleges. 1 lurtcen Departments Georgia is second with 1,01)1 miles and all the more by the owners themselves, Classical, Scientific, and Commercial quently they must have been laboring thing in names. a misapprehension. 1 Alabama is third with Il.O.ll miles. Ken- and the burglar's sptcial knowledge, ac- Courses. lixpenscs moderate Si 8o to under M-VC- & Gov. McCreaky'h motion to set apart quired from local observation of tho f24o. Attendance last session 326, from tucky is credited with 2,522 miles. l.5 for the delivery of eulogies on states and territories. d Sept. The Advocate has been fully habits of the police, would for t'n time 25 full information Etf The Supreme Council of the FederaJXM. Tor il and lataWuc, add re s in its unsought trouble with the tho late Senator Back was adopted by ted Orders of Riilway Employes have being bo useless. In tho polite tho burgTTm' L. H BLANTON, D D , Chancellor Danville postmaster. Thedopartmentat tho House, which will add its tribute to decided not to usssiat the Kuigbts of La- lar knows exactly what lie has to cope "Washington says that in the absence of tho memory of tho ruggod old Scotch- bor in their New Work Central strike, with. When every householder is his man. own policeman, however, it h different, a law on tho subject, it has been ugreed because theirtlaws forbid such action on for tho burglar is quite ignorant of the LEXINGTON.KV: that papers folded to the tize of 0x12 are The School Board at Cincinnati has behalf of any body not connected with weapons that may lo waiting to receive ?V' 5r3Erp of mailable size, but in no event has tho decided to cease employing married wo- the Federation, which settles the fate of him in any given cam;. London Mer- of KENTUCKY. IF YOU WANT postmaster the right to refuse to handle men for teachers, so tho poor cieatures the Knighta in the strike. cury. I8 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS. them, though preference may be given will have to resort to the wash tub to Mr. J. F. Babbitt, Jr., general pass AyrU'ulhwul, Sclent Ijlr, Jinyl- to other matter in promptness of distri- support their husbands. enger agent of the Kentucky Union railCard of Thanks. AND A It.Vl'l'Y COOK, 1K tnce.vlny, Classical, bution. 'to the Kiluor I n trior Journal The Frankfort Capital says with seven way, Inst week resigned his post with School, Acaa'ciiilc, Comnwvvlal We desiro to return our thanks to all Thk death of Congressman Lewis F. counties yet to report, Longnioor's ma- that road and accepted a position with and Military Coarscs of Stmly. & "Watson makes tho third of the Pennsyl- jority is o4,01f. Geo Whillikins! Ar'nt Dickerson Crawford, the large railroac friends for their kindness in this snd COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED cros3 tie firm of Chicago. Mr. J. L. hourof trouble. May God in His mercy vania delegation to die this session and the few sulkers eternally put in tho MADK IIY ? FREE OF TUITION. Murphy, formerly general passenger bless all, is our heartfelt prayer. the 11th death in the House. Two more Fftll term lOlli. IMIO. Hoard LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS In dormitory .' nir ick In private famllh MI..VJ agent of the N. N. & M. V. company, Father and mother, members are seriously ill ami the un to tl. Fur I'ataluguv urul iiitrnncu examination papers addrcsj) Roger Q. Mills has been Mr. and Mas. Isaac Hamilton. takes the position vacated by Mr. Bablucky 13 may bo reached before tho first! COMPANY, IAMES K. PATTERSON. Pli. D., Lexlngloii. Ky for Congress. Rowland, Auj,'. 28. bitt. hall ot tno session cius?a. LEXINGTON, KY. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal I i IMPO RTANT. F. WALTON, ! il post-maste- r JAMES 3IcCRARV. At this season of the year, when Summer days alternate with clays of Fall making (nick work of what remains Summer weather, the necessity the prudent merchant. stock is constantly in the mind FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS e 1 i Buna at our store ivill hare exceptional advantages in having first Immense our Slimmer and the final clearing up fresdi rolling in every 'day and are putting fresh if Fall 1'ina-cle.- ! Huts, Trunks, Carpels, In every department of Clothing, Dry largest, handsomest and Undoubtedly already slwiv the Matting, SiOd.-oO-S- O, ready most complete ttra tio - l 5 make 11 place in Stanford matter what others say trade, and safest and scan fora ana vicinity tiiai if tiey win or ojer, promise tie people continue this Fall and Winter the liberal patronage given us during the ivill sell them past Spring and Summer, at fair prices and closer margins tliak any other merchants in this section of the ailed, States. prove this, learn the prices others, then our and and learn prices for equal and. assortment Fall styles, and are now big offer for your patronage in seasonable at largest, prices. are bound make you feel that this is THE r LOUISVILLE IIainj STORE SAIJNGKK, five-colu- ljn ITOTICE. MR, THOS. DAkTOISr, OF CHIO&GO, ALL KINDS? fool-shl- irtu-rae- d - C A- R. PENNY. 1 French-Kversol- e NEW FALL GOODS. Have sub-treasur- y e JUST RECEIVE- DOur First Shipment of x CLOTHING, h In Medium and Heavy Weights', and sub-treasur- y Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Styles and Colors. STAGG & McROBERTS. x CB1TTRE 'COLLEGE y REMOVED! . I Nt Central University CREAM J vindi-eate- , i ' I U till JJ lieslinM-iilfiiiln-- r ALLEGE mi III I Xormal GOOD BREAD ($ CREAM FLOUR nine-hole- i HS7 U j0 at.. ,r lW n I, ..'flLlWflWt'p i"' "! ' y ..h.. T MA Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Auul'st Lot of Foster. rtrst-flrsS- s brick for (ale J. 15. t Thk ai tides of incorporation of the W..vtbi. Three wnit linmtB and thiue skirt hands. Apply at onco. Mies Stanford and Logan's Creek Turnpike, 15. 8tajkoui, Ky.,. School Iwolfti and school supplies at 2H, 1890 W. 11. MelJobeits'. W vstkij, tirst-clas- s I'jrfjs. A. A. Warren. ItttMRMnsit V. I.OCHH, Huston ville. Ky. I B.c.wALTON,BU8.ManaRor MEANS ' Wasthii! To take a ear load of cotton milks to feed. Good suiblo and va butter and fresh ter. J. H.Tnylor, Hubtonville, Ky. hop tiled for publication, weie cro wiled out of this issue, but will appear in the next. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. B. StanfordFemale College J. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 31. IIUBlf AKZ, A. 31., IS90. BUSINESS. I mean you. . tliu t. moonlight at imp-kins, Cook's Springs K I Ac, at Severance Watciiiw and jewelry repaired ami warranted. A. II. IVnnv. Itostin It is bottlim,' time and I want what Fori: Lix.s. Theodore chicken,broiigtit Tun best place to buy drills, paU-n- t frying to onr otfico yesterdiiv a medicines nnd toilet articles is at A. 1. yon owe me. Take this to yourself. W. eie, which had four legs. Two were of II. .McKoberts. IViiiiv'h. tho normal stet and the other two nearly IH'Y your school books, ink, tablets, We have just rucuirwl our Jiret Install- so and jnst Imck of the flrt two. paper, pencils nnd school supplies of all kinds from A. K. l'l'iinv. ment of dress ".oods. Unll and examine. Fok reasons best known to mvsolf I Severance A Son. PERSONAL POINTS." heievrith withdraw tho oiler of $500 for Tub ntxt term of the Stanford Mule tho arrest and conviction of the person is visiting friends Mis M.t n and Female Academy begins September or persons who recently set lire to and In Ilojle. 1st. J. G. Denny, Principal. burned my store. James II. Carter. Mu. J. It. Pom), of Danville, wai here Titmtn will be a grand picnic and ball yi sterility. Ix the Hall of tht- House of Delegates Mis Makt OnnisitAN Is vlsitinu Mends nt Green Urinr Springi ne.xt Saturday, where the constitutional convention will at itlen Mary. 30th. livery body invited. D. G. Slaugh- bo held, Hon. 15. P. Jacobs will occupy . Mu. asp Miis. W. M. O'liRYAS are vis-- i ter. sont6i, W. II. MillertlT, Win. Berkele 411, .ntr in Marion. will sell tickets to Paris W. H. ltamsev :57and John S. May So. Tub K. C. I I,. Johnson, postmaster at KiiiRS-ilduring tho Fair, Sept. at greatly relion Smith, who cut John Bright, anwaiover Wednesday. duced rates and run excursion trains Miss Lex Tottbn, of 1,0 well, Is visit-niother nesro, in the hand and arm Monfrom Falmouth. her brother, Jamos Tottvn. day night ami made his escape, w.13 aronce, a first 'jlass carpen- retted by Jailer Owens yesterday afterWaxtbd, at Mr. H. (5. II mibison has gotten the either by con- noon. His trial Is set for today. Both ter to build of liny operator at Jellico. Mihs 1!khik HfitvaiDH. of Garrard, is tract or Iny. Call on or address W. L. pnrties live on Hanging liork. CHURCH AFFAIRS. McCarty, Kingsvillc. t'.e nuet of M'hs Dollio Meltoberta. A BIG Mis Axxir Whay will move hoi mil Hev. Ben Helm is attending the Mis Nannie Dl'nn, of Danville, is the AxnY Yath has rented the little linery from the post olllcetoCol. Welch's Sunday school Convention at State ii lest of Mirtes Nan and Kit l'.nunhnian. of Mr. K. Williams, opjM)- - rooms on Ijincnster street. Moudny. She Georgetown. Mij. Lor Sn'NKsnnd Carroll are vis-t- . site the l'ortmnu Hquse, and will open asks us to earnestly request all who are l!ev. W. Y. Sheppard will preach in in Shelby ami attending the ii! friends a barbershop in a few days. indebted to her to pay her nt once, as the Collece Chapel Sunday night next. f.i.r j Mhs. Jaxk Hiooi.vs and her pretty needs the money to carry on hor Episcopalians are especially expected 0 Lincoln county will she Thu visiting Mis. .'a filter, Miss Annie, are and the public generally invited. please come forward and settle. The business. W M.lIiKCins. Hev. H. C. Morrison will withdraw books for l.VK)are lotidy and I must have out to "Boss" Hamilton's Wkilb going Miw. M. H. MVAustrk 1h with Mrs. fiom the itineracy this fall and devote D. Xewland, S. L. C. tho tax. T. burial Tuesday the horse driven by Mr. ( rge Mr.Vlhtcr, nt the l'ortman House , J. 15. Florence took a tumble and smash- his entire time to editing the "Old Methbinni; the asBoeiation. Axutiikh Kowlund man was out A new odist," which ho will move to Lexington, , ed up the buevy considerably. la visiting Mn. Hbsby Hail, of Orei-onfor another lor talking about his nd on returning it anil evangelising. was seen red h.sKiiiriin, Mr. John M. Hail, whom he ife, Wodneley, but lie frilled to find bupv The highest church spire in the New. shared the samo fate by another buggy for aimtit K) years. , not seen him. It would seem that Monday's world has just been completed. It is running into iu Mu. Phil Hodbn hns returned to her tregody ought to put n stop to that kind that of the cathedral at I'lm, Wuiten-herg- , mH.-B.T1, .n.in 1mleville after n plMoniit two of thing, there , at least. Mas. W. B. Hawkins announces that ami is 5:10 feet high. The top of M r. Huh" Dudmonths May at her father, her school at Glen FJder will open next the cross on the dome of St. Peter's, Tim little child of Mr. George T. Mo ru's. afternoon at 3, Home, is H feet above the pavomont. Monday. .GO TO. Mij ISllbx 11.wi.oi- left yesterday for Hoherts. Jr.. .Mnry Smitli, wm not long MUw Canfll, the accomplished music .S card from Hev. Morris Evans, at (NirtOii from its mother. It died Monday whore alio teacher music iiierfiiit, teacher of the sch6ol, will give a piano Richmond, states that he was starting term In tho Female College at night at the home of Mrs. Monie Dunn, recital, programme qf which is given in for Aldersnn, W. Va., whoie he will have who lind Uken it to raise. The IkhIv tt..tt this issue. All lovers of music are cor- charge of a fcchool. His friends regret Mk. axi Mw. C. C. Coleman, Jk., end wfli brought here lor burial. dially invited. that he will go &o far away, but hope ( apt. Jeinee Philip Coleman reproser.ttMl tho move may prove pleasant ami profitTiiKiieual Friday night's ball at Crab TiiKhonu Undo Billy Caldwell got able to him. Mn- Harrodabarg llaptUa church at the "3IOIJEL GROCERY" Springs will be largely attended from the Gypsies took advantage of tho 0 mtiOH. bv the young people from here. These Mk. and Mifc?. J. K. Mcdd have routed occasions have been greatly onjoyed this confidence reposed in him and on WedNEW AliVF.HTISEME.VIS ft.- .Iwelliiigou Unweter street ownod year and it is expected that to night's nesday night, when he was loft nlone near the depot, lit out. He made Mrs. M. 15. Dirtess and hut ono to ball will be the event of the season. C. for Macksvllle and made things lively ' isekeeniin:. Ii a C'iJi!.iU Hockbb, from Clark's- Arritu reading of the feuds and mur- for the lime iu that suburban town. A tucky, sulje.t tof.r Auditorf of the S'.ite cf KenMn. Priktox I'll will the Drnioiratic party Mis. Pheiite Holm, of ders iu this suite, a youth naked us iu wheel and oue ehnft tell the sad story . e. Tex., end Hilly. II Je, are visiting Mtesos MajfRlo and all candor while wo wete in Virginia, to Uncle 'WhrUpartof Kentucky is civilised ?" Kiiuie Hocker. son of Mr. C. M. An election fur l!o.ud of Direct .is for the Jimm, the U year-olt Our State has a very unenviable reputaMn. J. II. Mili.uk, w!k took more Spoonamore, was attempting to get up Stanford willl're.-- hcrwlle lumpier t r the c held in the County Clerk - oftn", yenr W. W. lxjngiiHHir'solectkin tion abroad ami tho worst of it is that it in Mr. in a moving wagon loaded with rock S1 Hit' nl, tejiuir.ttr, I y t ti.an any boilv, wns over at Cyiithhinn is mostly deserved. HfdHsKARfiEM.'-tc- j Wednesday aftomoon, when he missed him this week. Bon WfitTLSY nnd Charlie Tate, both his footing and fell under tho wheels. Miw. 1'loyh 1nkam, sietur of Hoss coloitl waiters at the Myers House, had The hind wheel pas.-e- d over his body Hamilton, fmie up from Krin, Tenii., say a flUt in the dining-rooaf.tor supper ami right shoulder, but strange to in.l so did Mr. .1. M. Cole, of Cinrlnnati, And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE. a few was ovorTuweday ovening. I'lntes, dish- not a bone was broken and bave Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass.Wall .attend the fuiiiunl. wounds no damage was done unit es and glaues were the weapons used slight Jlesh I)inns tomy the drae liuineu at Huston Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Mn. T. J. IItciikk hna moved his villc I ellor entire stock of freh. Drugs ad and the damage done to them was k rent- him. Lucky for the little fellow the Chemicals for Mtlc. My rtoolc it complete in every family to the Miller Kxteneion and his Jewelry and Silverware. mud was several inches deep, thus giv- particular and the tutinet it a paying one in 11 er than to either of the participants. Will alto rent the entire my ftore tdi. p to the room between llruce's livery ing him a oft bed and probably saving l located i. i Tho hnuo contain" 4houe upstairs uood iit.it. io and Mcltoherts' drug store. (i A WASH, IIiHtonwIle. rooms 5 Til K month of September is by far the his life. lliinixuKit, art teacher at tho Col-I- t most delightful that can be siwnt in the Miss Wednesday afternoon John J ge, arrived yesterday. She will have mountains. The Best Railroad Cnstlo Springs oilers 2. "3 .HK'xhibition smnples of lior work at the special inducements and low rates for and Dave Harnett came up to town with t will u IV.lego Saturday afternoon and those in tho mouth. Write to Manager F. J. Bill Merahon and got on a drunk. They Danvillerent C:puMidy before tho court house in on iv Ccuttday, terested in that line are cordially invited Campbell for one of the neat little fold- ilimv iironml town and acted in a most Mhmhnl Tim Lionel ay, 15t.I1, 1890, sL s to call and see the display. ers this office has just gotten out for disorderly manner, when Mershon, asked them to behave. They (jilmore firm of no acres. It is situated W. H. MillukIhw returned from him, giving full particulars. he Allen Hox. O beSUnlord itnd Danville paid no attention to him and on his un the the two t wns, has a i;oodpike, midwiyseven I tankfort, where he wont to look at the tfi dwelling ol tween w c J were four burials in Bnllalo threatening to put them in jail they picked fMrly iiooJ re rooms and the outhouses are all in Tiikrr iL it Col. 15. Polk Johnson hud acres can be put in corn, while io acrotuf ii Tim is not the man to let any pair, wheat land can be used profitably for that board. He Cemetery Tuesday, three of bodies io- him. engage good 1. jt for him nnd to a. .. ,J,.iw.ii ..Wm! with the sent and ceutly deceaat'd ami one a removal. Tho such fellows bluff him so he took hold gram. The rest of tho farm is in ifnui. y Possession i en Jan. i, V.but renter has th 2 t Iwanl in a nice family at flO Utter was a sou of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac of John, who was the most aggressive, privilege of attending to his wheat crop and uther Klad to get tx'loie that Hamilton, w ho was killed a number of nnd attempted to take him towaid the urgent businessknown on daytirnu.rental. a more than it ie horo. ol erms made a week, ? a A. (. T. SMITH. Hox. A. T. Chknaii.t, of Madison, the years ago by the cars. The recent be- onhboobe. Dave came to John's rescue Administrator of Allen Oilmore y reavement makes two sons that they but got n good blow for his effort. Tim u moderator of the association, is as to o as he is a liovo lost bv violent deaths. had to club both of them boforo he got promising a democrat s y o tuem in tho notion to go with him and MRS. W. 13. staunch and true Baptist, and it is a rt jl.oO to Cinu.s.nati. Shaw it Howhoar him manfully espouse ard will run another excursion to Cin- then assistance arriving he soon had W pi asuro to Will re opon her select school Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. t',o eauso either of church or party. He cinnati Sunday. Tho train will leave them iu jail. Ho didn't want to nrrest democrat his own brother, but he told the shoritf AT GLjEN J 3 WELLS, Ph. G. Presc. Oik. B. H. DANKS, Jowoler, doesn't believe in a Kowhnd at o.:!0 . m. ami returning Chrisw. i. l. a- n. that he was as much deserving of nrrest Monday Meruit).;, Sept. i, iS.jo. any more than he does a leave Cincinnati at - Sunday night. The as the Barnetts nnd he was accordingly Miss Ktholv Catitil.Jiti accomplished musician tian and thinks Mint "treason should fare for round-triis only $1.30. For inMusic, Ins ' from the STANFORD, Ky l p.i All of them gave bail cnnr;pof Cincinnati Conservatory ol Mus Cnufil apprehended odious" all along the line. Department. bo made tho formation and tickets apply to Jesse 1'iano Rental at Glen Klderon Saturfor yesterday, sill five a ator and the trial was set Mn. T. 11. Wai.tox took his departure Thompson, agent, Stanford. day afternoon, 30th inst. I.oers of music invited but it was postponed until 10 o'clock PROGRAMME: for California, Tuesday, and our readers, for- MomIcowsIi Tiikiu: are two things that the news- Monday, ou account of the absence of Valse Flrilliante who were so much interested in his Carl glad to learn that papers can never beat into tiie heads of Mickey Uranium, who Davo Barnett SpiimliedI'm Thinking, Murcucrito ..MeyerItolim Hot mer letters, will be Of 'thee his pocket mund. they will bo resumed In speaking of the people that anonymous communi- chimed put tho pistol in Otistve Mcrkol Hunturwki was found A Wi.iter I.ullahyx De K;en them yesterday. Mr. John Main, whom cations will not he published and that a without his knowledge, which Are headquarters for IN'TKRMISSION. judges in charge of 3 cents a line is made for obit- on his pei son when arrested. The fathwe regards one of the best l.oatihliorn KUUntine (Vatse Unllianto; N'tivill the country, said that no series of letters uaries. The Hrst is for tho protection of er of the Bjmetts came to town after the Sereuade((tOod niht, beloved) dfco. Sihubcrt in this paper that tho editor, the latter to keep the paper boys had been placed in jail and made Impromptu had ever appeared De Koveil Ferry for Shadow toisn MrrWcl written or nioro thoroughly from being tilled up with that kind of some threats, but Mershon told him that Hondo llnlliante. ... were better he had tlgne no more than his duty and enjoyed bv him. matter. Plows! Plows! Plows! Ihiy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel if lie did not like it he had no apologies Mits. Maiiy 15. lUviKss, Mr. and Mrs. llt'xo. After holding the jury in tho No plow is equal to those; no STOCK. Of Plow and you will mrike no mistake. John Dudderar, Misses Mary Daviess case of Hichaid Gentry for killing John to make. As Mr. B irnett is police judge f.'owland he ought to he more careful Sine Dudderar left .of nnd Castello and had the run that the Oliver has. ICvery plow warranted to Sandifer, till Tuesday afternoon and in his remarks, though we learn that ho I will sell lit pulilic au.liun oil Monday, Soptctu-tie- r plow ever Wednesday to mnko theer homo in tluding Ky., i standard hred 8, itsvr1. .it ittnlirt-.!that there was no chance for an says tlmtif his boys are guilty he wants standaid brut lliiUtem do good work, or no sal heifer, i ycaisold, Ask your neighbor. lhrmingham, Ala., to tho sincere egret agreement, Judge Morrow discharged it. them punished. It is about time that bull, ivoart old; or fat cattle, from yearlins liiw many friends. As Mrs. Dudderar up.iiicludiliK yoke of steers; aim S slock Ims, of of It was learned that when the men tlrst drunken and disorderly conduct was weiaht about io.. lbs been in business here for a number ,, J. C. AI.I.IN went to the room they stood three for put a stop to and if tho police judge will iu -H,.4- -RUPLSY,-years she, especially, win conviction and nine for acquittal. Af- cease to show leniency to such offenders She was very popular with everybody terwards two more agreed to go to the ao- SALE we are sure that City Attorney. Vnrnon stood vciy highly in the commercial "11 w.. i,ni, that t hev will fully re tpiiitai sine, mu mo unrti, who was tor will give him the chance for tho applicaI alize the improvement in .the locatlou 10 years in the penitentiary, was immov- tion of heroic remedies. stood out for his convictions. f(,r business that thev anticipate. able and I wTll sell puhlirl) in Stanford, Ky , on "After tho above nrrangement had been Tho hail of tho prisoner was then re- made Brennan came in and by agreevicTnTty. cifYANn duced from SIO.OOO to $1,000. It isagreed ment he nnd Davo Barnett were each Saturday, Is Receiving His I In fo!lo ing described prupcrty ginghams and penangs at Sever- on all hands that Hon. John S. Hhea's lined $23 and given 10 days in jail. Tho Xi:w speech for the prosecution was ono of tines were replevied nnd tho imprisontiuircood livery lior.es. i nice iihailim ponies, nnco & Sou's- liiijzu. one iTand now, t i horse drummer wheat drill the greatest efforts ever delivered in the ment 8iisp"iuled for 30 days. John Bar- - i .1011; i hoie drummer waun. 8 or i. sets of A Uauhaix. Two superior double Inrneso, s.ts Ho did not deal nett'oml Wfll Mershon were each lined ' Rood liariiuss, i.csnd ofnrnw. l lfrfaklui? i I r.3 curt. nice i.ii.nni at cost. tLJ""'';-- , Give him a call. in nhuso and invectives, hut argued the $10 and costs, which were also replevied. buc klsnard, 4 brood niatei in foal to lack, mare Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit. Guaranteed. finest, purest and case on the law and testimony in such a bytiiU's Vermont, j tfoOl mule roltn, i yearling AssoitTMEXT of the saddle colt, 7 nice Jersey heifers, most all with A. A. War-mi- powerful manner as to win praipes oven The Ohio ilomocratic State conven- ialf nice Jersey bull calf, thoroughbred red best Candies just received at weight 30 lbs , wheat drill, lot ol plows, Model Grocery from Gentry's warmest friends. The tion met Wednesday anil nominated boar, and other' farinuit; implements. harrow Vill also rent the Myers llnuie Livery Stable T other speeches were all good, that of Col. candidates, transacted other business, place to the htuhest bidder Lvtkst Noveltiks. Memory nngsand V. O. Bradley being the next most adopted a Rood platform and'nottliroiiKh at the same time and II.ItUR.NSIDK, MRS. K. Jlook Krrplng, Short Hand, Trleqraphy.em I for the Indies, just Extx. K. it lliirnsidc, dee'd gold thread necklaces, Wrlto for Catalogue ami full information' Lt W highly spoken of. by dinner. B. Mclloberts. received. W. r v liny. your accounts. Xkw stock of tablo llnons, towels, Son's. ItBAHin mind that the sale of the personal property of the late 15. II. Bnrnside Some pood will occur hero stock is includeil in the list to be offered. m Hri-LB- - f, 2-- U, k' po-Hti'- in store-hous- e, and Miss Mary s Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent Dishon were married at William yesterday. Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send Miss Marion WolhJrd, of Lancaster, for Catalogue. and Mr. Willis Wayts, of Georgetown, will marry Sept. 10. Hon. K. B. Lovell, of Maysville, father of the wife of I'ev. J. S. Sims, was married Wednesday to Miss Mattio Hall. HUSTONVILLE, KY. He is IK) years of age. - Miss Klizabeth Stodgliill nnd Hon. IJoys. John D. Fleming, of Denver, were married at Danville, Wednesday, the Bev. OI'hNS Kl,T IrstriKti n first ilim. Kn'l College Oure, Cla'Siml .md Stnntific. Jlgo IVuuk Kcpplnu. Short II n.l, toi inrrii.il Law, HtiMii, Arilhmitic. '1 elegrapliy, 'I J. W. Lynch oUiciating. - Wilting ilmril and Tuition, term ot Ave in t th. i- - C01n111crc1.1l Course Hoard, jvr vtrrV. Si A Louisville paper says that ISO diM. (i. THOMSON, Principal. Cn enter at jny mm- Vrlte Inr at .li.jii. vorce petitions have been before the law courts.of that city since January 1st. This makes ai average of '23 cases a month. At the (list wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Stowits, in the village of Dealer In- Hershei1, III., Tuesday, '.here were seated J3 atone table an oven do.en guests whose 51T m A 1 r 1. V i aggregated S00 years. ages Miss Bosa Maize, of Louisville, wel licpairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. 'known to some of our young people, will be married to Mr. Win. Kelley Sept. "24. MH?INTE WATCHES A SPECIALTY- He is a Catholic and the ceremony will I will take old gold or silver in exchange for jjoods. (Stanford, Ky.) be as that Church provides. W. McGulfin Dish-on'- President. CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, Classical aiul Business. -' . For Girls and S; , ROBERT FENZEL, -- i tU &iHUwni;u, .,.- lLOClXS ftHO lEWELRY LINE OF stoie-rooi- n CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Just Received. Also tax-jHiye- rs ! . pun-niii- R A Lot of New Glassware, Z I I Something Entirely - HiLHDXJST. -' 1 - plt. A. A. WAR J Fruit Jars, Jelly - On-har- d ;i- -- - v RICHARD WARREN For Groceries, Glass and Queensware, Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. ELECTION NOTICE. A-- d st eimi-lo- g HOT7SH FOE, ElEITT DRUGS and JEWELRY 1 . Rck-I- c f.Ei. Public Renting. 111. HAMPBM WATCH, Watch. I Sept. ? I 1 do-tie- d Hi- - un-...- HAWKINS ELDER v mkhi9vmm btri-et, n half-wa- y half-wa- y - , 11 p MoKOBEB,TS, Court-Hous- Mu-i- . HIGGINS M'KINNEY ". Hardware,' Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, i AH M . 1 mi Mol-sti- in 1 mi-sc- u. FVlllAC Personal Property August 30, 890 jttewtlgrt m. I i I SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. court-hous- e. -. 's 1 1 1 48-t- - BRYANT & STRATTON Business College OIIIQVII P IfY Isssbbf .n. sy .r " .A XM I r.. $ .- - ' - Ju WrUKSb Br.3F i-A- r;i.T:,--j sifl-- '' ffffTttK " InteriorJournul DANVILLE, BOYLE CCU MTY. 1 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. VYAYNESBURG. TUB COmiERClSL HOTEL James M. Gooch, Sr., aged SO, died J. H OWENS, Manager. Joe Redmond, charged w ith houseThe colored fair, lias 0 ue and joiie released the 22d inst. ami the housewives nro happy nptiu. breaking at Conway, has bien Dr. M. G. Bryant has bought a house Publluhod Every Tuosdtvy and Friday During last week many of them had to from jail on bond. pular h tell I taken Gold has been discovered six miles and lot of C. C. Gooch and is moving to and base to run chare.- ot tbi n. p ner in escry AT do their own cookinji, ns help could not ahrit cl.i intend it our town two respect Itisbeini in perel mil puiitut from south west of this place by an Arizona Waynesburg. This gives ADVANCE be gotten for love nor money. SG PKU toptotiottoni, ttie helling is neing ren uku nu thoechoolaof the town man. who has leased a good boundary of doctors agaitK everttlllllS ilone l make it p.ea.am Very near all -When not o paid S2.50 wilt be charged." uria.-e- d snests. The table .hall nner J ! OWENS by hotel.in this section besln next week. The public school land in that locality. Tho Flnost on Earth Miller, while lining a 1 m Mrs. Auna will lw taught aj:ain Gy Trof. W. C. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. The Cincinnati. Hamilton A Dayton R R i Sret) running I'ullmin'i tirinstefltl, assisted by Misses Cowan and hatchet, accidentally cut oil a finger. tho only lineTrains with Chair. PerlecledSleeping Parlor. Train leases Kowlvid at 7 00 a. m., returning and will be all Vestibuled ..4 . l.t.. .m riMrlsinftli IM. Baker. They all gave perfect satisfac- The piece was replaced , at 5 30 p. m Pains dUnaprUt undChicnro and if the only lin runHa. le ued one ot the .table, at 1'eni.e painful at m. tion last term and the trustues are fortu- rfht again, though veiy track and will ruu a iieucral tl'njl llirtnuin KceiminK LOCAL TIME CARD. Suringrield, III. andSltepUs L. & N. Keokuk and present. nate in securing thorn again. Maikinan, and the Breaking and Training Stable. The always interostins letters of C.e Cincinnati to 5 M. Meyer, secretary of the fair Mail train going North.. John Lino Only Semi-Weekly Harrodsbur Kentucky. mi I imori-ableT- - . m v' ABi-ZJ- I V-i- YlSVI.iy Mini B ffcWv.aftf J 'llti WP assiiiio 9-- v C. - I. CROW VI lciit t A-- vh nu t lUeMioriest t ifpm 5)pm association at this place, has been quite your chief aie greatly enjoyed by all .317 am and the last one makes us wonder more .6 jo a m ill for some time and his friends fear that 5j8pm his recovery is doubtful. Mr. Thomas than ever over the whys, whereThelatter'trainsaUoarry passengers McRoberta' caso is about the same; some- fores and how he has managed to retain The above is calculated en standard time. Solar cranium. about ao minutes fater time is times he is better and then again he is any hair on the top of his South...., Express train " South North . h Local Freight North South .t 11 I Greensburg, are hero on a visit to their relatives. Mr. Walton has charge of tin Presbyterian 'church at Greensburg. EGEHTS. Mrs. MagjnS Carpenter, the bewitching R6&L widow of Ilustonville, was here during City, Tenn. the week visiting friends. Mrs. A. W. JAS. G. CJIYENS. Allen and mother left Monday for Ni- WM, AYRBS aaara Falls and othoi points of interest. & GIVENS. Miss Ilattie Shumate is at Lancaster tins Attorneys at Law, week, visiting her uncle, John Higgin-bothaMiss Lizzie Salter left Thurs327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, "Ky. day for Lexington to visit friends and Shreve Iluildintf attend the fair Mrs. Georgia Duncan is r spending the week in Nicholasville with OLDrelatives. Mr. Bowen tox and wile anil HOTEL Miss Ora Wood returned Wednesday WBHTIIERFORD from Nashville, where they have been HUSIONVILLE, KY. for some time visiting. Miss Hortonse Proprietor. Phillips, of Kansas City, is visiting at GREEN, P. W. Mrs. Battertou, on her reHaving leased the above hotel.'iefitted and am prviired to accommtHlate the pubith street. Misses Mary and Bessie furnished. Good st It: Rate reasonable lic in Webb are spending the week in Lexinglyltn Lis cry and Sample Rooms attached ton and enjoying the fair. Dr. D. C. Tucker has gone to Superior City, where he has business that is becoming very DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. valuable to him. Toletlo, DeBetween Cincinnati, Dayten He has had sufficient rxnencme t make him an very Making din-i- 1 nne ti n m letural t'uioi 'e troit, the Lake Ueioti an4 Canada. inert in thi bu.int.r and h'. rtr-wil- l Hit for The mad is one of the oldest in the State ot reasonable (ii.e him a hare .t ut fatrooage. Ohio and the onl line entering Cimiimati over as Chli ago Pomt.. Mii.'ng St l.oui., past record can miles ol doubt? t'rdi k, and from us II It .lo, CleseUnd. IHtriMt. assure its patron speed, comfort and more than Indiana) li and Ihe West, . . afeu. Engl in.'. L'jn-ils- . New 'tickets on sale ?ery where, and see that they D cither The message that flashed over the read C , II A'or Tolcito. in or out of Ctiu.iMn.tti, w orse. or f (7:53 1 rimer n.J Hn.l Indianapolis K7o McCORMICK. Evorythine is getting in readiness at wiies last week announcing tho death of Phil.ilr I Baltimore, and Fir Vet Agent General Pat'cnxcr Saddle Horses and Washington,lime to Hstrndsburg, Frankfort K j, Harness Umcke.t the Pent and Dumb Institute for the James Samhrook, at Livingston, filled Sh rt'.i .1 Ki htnenu. MKtllXIA in Fancy guickctt line to next session, which begins soon. Im- many hearts t ith sadness. In his" death There aro many ways of Judging eegs. Id on a provements have been going on forjfeonio the county loses one of Iut most outer One is to drop the egg into a pan of cold Horses bought and espertemrverytiem.ll per cent. bum in I'lllecn tears' r sANPIH.-r- . Manfnrd Ky. especially does the parlor look urising'itizens; active and energetic in water. Tho fresher tlio egg tho sooner it Ho if time: r a beautiful, a line velvet carpet having business himself, ho was ever willing to will drop to tho bottom. "Lf bad it will Solid Trains, hag gag. cars, smok-.iicoaches. Pullman houdoir leetr. thr. uhMx tt way aid others in tho march of progryss. He flout Ike a Ufe piesener. The been put on the lloor lately. t out change sia Uhatt.n oga, H.rmingbam, un making direct conner uons en route lukn Robert I. Moore, who lived near has been connected with various enter- to keep eggs is to bury them in bran or ills-l.ytn hburg and putnis in thr appeared an'' Rcfernrg to an advertisement hich regard to villa, Ashes this place, died Monday morning of ty- prises tho greater number of which have meal ami turn them frequently. in was 41 years old and proved successful. Ho leaves a wife all. suit will preserve them in any cli- in last issue of the Interior Journal prini.. I wish phoid fever. He renting cottajres at tla Drinpn totufomt thepubhs thil sin e .ml artu le appearnever married. He spent his life on n .Tnd four bright children to won in his. mate if properly packed. , W ed I have again leased tbe iptn.aT and buildings At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columtto t t; luililer upon am Tnvin uns j Maon Ss n. Augusta, farm and at tho time of his death owned untimely death. an J James L. ion. Chariest in farmer lease betwetn him Bucklen's Arnica Salve Brunswick, Lake City.1 homasvilla add 1 1 1(! Mr. J. W. Brown and wife aie farm. He was quiet, a line blue-gra- ss DA points world far cuts, bruisee, ' The best tih e ' MARY BUI.1 E ADAM,Ailn was pendiug a lew days in Louisville. Mrs. sore,, ulcer,, salt in the feer sores, tetter, chapThe only line running solid trains wit) rheuia, industrious and a good citizen. He Moping Car. Pullman fVidoii -- r skit, ensn all Presbyte, is visiting in Lebanon: ped hands, chilblains, corn and uo pay tuquir James Middleton a meinlir of the, Cumberland wnsllkt without change tor any sla nt tions and pesitiveh cures piles, or gers or baegage It is rian Church. Funeral services were hold Mis. Belle Burnsido was down from ed. moneyKirnte4l to civ perfect sattslactior, rlm, an. I UnnlrnmrtV. Huntville, l'- Price s5 cents per boa. relunded or l'l nenie. Memphis and AKKANNA poo 1. at the residence and conducted by lie v. Lancaster a few days since and mado up sale by A R. Pennv. Stantord, Ky in Anni.ton Sri' Livsav, Sht.r1 ini! .1 mi m ' K. II. Caldwell Tuesday morning at 10 a class iu music. .Miss Mattie May Adbile Wirert connetlion. 'made at NfcW Epoch IFANh will, nil omnibus Iran.fer for t. iU I K STANMHID, o'clock, after which the remains were min and sister have returned fioin an The transition from long, lingvrinf and painful Houston, Au.tiu, Mrs. sickness to robust ktmrth mas. an epoh in ti extended visit to Bryants villo. taken to tho Danville cemetery and Suth a remarkable Re- -- I. ol the individual TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. irnme..t ..Bfi 1 William Poynter is visiting her daugh- lifetreasured in the mcincr) and the uencT where all nlC.-n-SPECIAL AllKNlloNt COMMKUCIAl , h the got"! health has Wen attnined is gratefully port Aurf i', fvi ought and sold The if.lv ihrou'i line to Jsi.k.ori ml --The marriage of Mr. John I). Flem- ter, Mrs. R. E. Thompson, near Lanean-ter- bv Hence it is that so much is heard m traselcrs Horses an,' nilr s r hle.sed . making rt I Miss ,.,,. I rr. I... .l.n 1..., w((h ,Shri having been called there by the praise of KlectrK Hitters Sc manv feel that they Onls Iri,'(c, u , iiirr r rI v , ing, of Lcadville, Col., to Miss Bessie ' owe their restoration to health to the use anJ ( n t" tti Aultn an Anl'Mii, i Stodghill, of this place, was consumma- sickness of her graudaughtor, Lillie. Great Alteratise and Tonic If you are tr.i.hleu St'ROEUy DENTIST. cf Kidneys. Uyer or Stomach, TEXAS, AniZOHA.MEXICO.CAUFOnNIA. ted at 10 o'clock, at the Baptist church, Mr. Win. Henderson is attending the with any diseasestanding you will .urely And reking or short . H. McRoberts' Office on Ma... street, oser ceremony was per- London fair. Mr. .Mat DeBord, our shool of hy use of Electric Hitters Sold at 3" ta and Wednesday. The ' lief i i, . , Drug More, Stanfeid. nt Vm ll r rjlr. i irr t per bottle at A. II Penny's Drug Store K al un i.'iit it ti t arm if t o1 I ttnjti our formed by Rev. J. V. Lynch. Theirs teacher, is on the sick list. Mr. 1). P. We desire 10 el. ptit-m . HltSK ft Willi ' l 'in lr k Or .Urt. A. re., with nne inprcteneii- - in Tr I hi Agl Itoacuo. courtship and engagement of long Bethuram was in town Saturday for the was a K' Romnrkablo Ir D. D. miralls I It i 001I outhc.si- C. 111 , h Jweiliiig ami KH- 1' 1. I I'W k " Mrs. Michael Curtain. ated between senior I I 11 .iur I'ul Dannllei C t ll c k us. - .t stauding. They had been sweethearts first time since ho was accidentally shot. statement that she caughtPtainSeld, V I 1. I cold, which settled on and in hall mile of tlo,J n. igb'orh.l, - II II 1 ,1 her for 13 years. They left on the first train The Misses Brown, of Parksville, aro her lune.; she was treated ler a snoat b ner schools and bun lies near Kv worse. He i A J KttOI'l . Hu'Me.Ky ,i ,B Mr. lawily physiciaH but grew consumption told that and Office on Main street, opposite Porl7n"iV"' for his brother's, at Midway, where they guests of Mrs. Win. Henderson. she was a hoptlsHs victim of sue Her p stairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas gis en remain for a week or two. Afterwards King, the new jailer, has moved to no medicine could cure her New druggist for Discovery extracting the use of Dr King's "STANFORD. KENTUCKY. place and from town and taken charge. Mr. J. M,Prew-it- t, jested bought a bottle and to her deConsumption; she they will return to this dose She herself benefited from the retiring otlicial, is being compli- light found its use Aid after taking ten bottles she here go to his home in Leadville. Two kn r. ssibe I offer for sle privatel) my ront.rued . well, now dees her own oM Lewis Lunsford place Bear the M.l.i l .. I 13. found bersell sound DR.-W-weeks from this time another of our mented for the faithful discharge of his housework and 1. a. and as she ever wa free Lancasfer pike, and runnu n.atly h. D.s Km. " "tloij!.vuit NinAilKriCh.rA.On-weU impi In. ai nne wl) '4. young ladies will take unto herself a duties while in charge of the jail. Mrs. trial bottles cf this C,ret Dbeovery at A 11 I coniaininc 119 AoroB u m gtwl cisurn, and the land is .tut t drug store, large bottles 50c and Ji, husband and 'he alsoJiails from another Sauibrooks was up from Livingston in tlvstioii Callon or address me at t.il'-rrm " - L tilHFKs Mu.-- i street, in office recently K, Adams, of this iriai Wednesday. Thomas Office South s.de State. One-thirfool iu the country Ky. of the 1 vacated by.Dr. L I Huffman. Stanford, Rev. James Walton, and wife, of place has been put in charge of a section ANNl'Al 1HK III think thev can boat alawyorin expound- v atwoou " Mr. jr Direct 'Lis. C. T. SAJNTDIDGOE, ,r. New York, lloslou, and dealer Roadsters. l8t 'OLD DRIPPIKG SPRINGS' -- w IP?? lx , . 10a-tain- j"" POWDER Absolutely Puro , i. m. sals iiurcc, I'i'ir m m fd wn k.i sO" d. Dr. A. S. PRICE, ,,',. . .1 111 11 FiSHlWC . FOHSAIiE.; 1 1 11 ih 1 ' 11 r t R. MORGAN, S. I l DENTIST. Hu-itil- 11 i,- PENNY, rt Far in Por Salo. r-- iMMOTfa l s Dentist. 's . A XJAV FAsST & DjiI), MAIL - d rrALLEN & ATWOOD, ESWTE Johnson - AYRES ioi-y- -- grand-mother'- 1 first-cla- ss J EI. HIIXjTOIsr Dealer In Boots, Shots, Clothing. Hardware, Queens-warlinwarc, Furniture and a e, Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps A Cruel Indignity. for intru- ding upon you at meal time," ho said, Crocories, politely, "hut may I ask you for a little General Line salt?" Fancy C indie, C'chs 1 ics, .Nc. Ho exchange for Roods. Tho lady brought him a All kinds of Produce taken Ky I nmgst-n- , meditatively and leaned looked at it against one of the pillars of the porch. "It is a foolish habit I have got into," 0 said in an apologetic way,' and I Season opens Juno H with a (Jrand Hop on he Friday eve, June to. Dance called at 8:jp sharp. dare say you will consider it oue of Reduced rates for board and cottages till July 1st. taste, but I always eat salt on 1ST. MAT- - FOK tOAKD FEOM Jft-S00 my watermelon." Per Week lo Day "But vou haven't any watermelon," S " Meal Cottage Rent, per eel said the lady of the house. 20.00 " Monti) ' . "Thank you kindly for wuggesting it," 300 Horses fed, per Wek JO Diy g tourist, answered the ,,. A I. SPOON MOKE gratefully. "Shall I cat the melon out "I beg your Vardon, madam, of 11. salt-bo- . ques-sionab- le s 4 seedy-lookin- here'."' "I don't see how you can. We have no watermelon TO MACKINAC Summer, Tours. Patact STcaMcns. Low Tour Trips psr Weak Between Ratcb. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND rstcsiey. Tna soo. tlarauetu, tad X.ks Huron Forts. Erery Evening Bstweta Jol, iipttat.r Otlj. . Ac DETROIT AND CLEVELAND t Eccdtr Trlci dsriac jut tot "No watermelon at all in the house?" "None." "Then, madame," said the caller, in the tone of an injured man, "permit me to return the salt. 1 will not say I am angry, but I am hint deeply hurt. You have" raised my expectations anil cruelly disappointed them, I leave you, madame, to your own reflections." lie made a low bow, handed back the salt box with tho air of a King declining a dukedom, and two minutes later he was on tlie 'back porch at tho next neighbor's asking for a little horse-rad-is- OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS, Chicago Tribune. m Hates and Excursion Tloxste will be furniihsd by your Tiaicet Agent, or addrsss E. 0. WHITCOMB, G P. A., DlTROir, Mich., THE DETROIT & CLEVELAND STEAM NAV. CO. A9ZR k 5 TwBYi ;:mothers r TKICllU rirMn Jj t.V-.-- . sJ,oTrl H XVJy S UP.nPLNS LABOR DATMoTHER EASY TO LIFE Op DIMINISHES I It is a mistake td suppose that cold drinks are necessary to relieve thirst. Very cold drinks, as a rule, increase tho feverish condition of the mouth and Experistomach and so create thirst. be a fact that hot drinks ence shows it to relieve tiie thirst and "cool ofF' the body when it is in an abnormally heated condition bettor than ice cold drinks. It is far better and safer to avoid the free use of drinks, below W) degrees, in fact a higher temperature is to be preferred. Hot drinks also hav the advantage of The Louisville v. Nashville shops at aiding digestion, instead of causing tfV Louisville employ 1,150 men, divided as and bowels. bihty of the stomach follows: Carpenters, 350; painters, SO, t0, blackgrand-jurhas found machinists, 1(0, The Harlan smiths, 200; tinuers, 80; nioldcwf ISO. over 200 Indictments, 1 two-year-ol- f think they can ipg tho law. bent the doctor iu healing the sick. of them think they can put the minister in a hole in preaching the Gospel, and all of them think they can FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. bent the editor in running n newspaper. 100 Cotswold ewes sold Exchange. In Bourbon for $1,000. Do not Sutler any LonKsr Thirty-nigh- t uiounUdn For Sale. Knowing that a cough can be checked in a day a and the nrst stages of consumption broke, in owes. J. W. Adams, Stanford. week, we hereby guaranU-- Dr Ackers all will relund Foit Sai.h. A nice lot of Fultz Congh Remedy, andper mrec...the . money toPea w. as who buy, taw A R. lorS-leb- y M. Owens. wheat. Apply to S. our sutimeat correct. J. II. Tucker sold to Johnson, of y, Druggi. Our Vory Dost People cuttle at 3J Boyle, 1 head fat '. Connrmoor statement s.heeaay that ' cents. Englieh Remedy t. othr preparatrons for the I have 30 shoats and 5 Red Berk- aav anJall whooptngwuRhaod croup, it m rnagsc taVrii at once We oer you a sample Gilaio relieves shire boars for salo. S. L. Withers, a posfree Remember this remedy H sold oa berts Creek. itive euaraalee, at A. R Penny's. W. L. Withers bought in Garrard Dr Ackor'e) English PUIb headd pure For sick for the Stanford Roller Mills little over Are active, eieeuve ache, dlsorderi-- stomach, loss of appetite, bad 3,000 busiiels of wheat at 1. and bOsousa... 5'I1.bf " Mr. J. E. Allin will sell some fine equaled either m America or abroad, Druegisr Penny. cittle stock hero court day, Sept. Mb. A R. That Torrlblo Coush issue See his ad. elsewhere in this morning, turned or difficult breathing was too drunk to sit lathe Isaac Murphy legra, Uchinese in the chest tiuukened evening or sweat, at M8bt on Firenzi's back and tumbling ofl lost Puls..chUUn..;.nlhe the irst stag, o thing, Dr. Acler's KagUh the race for him at Monmouth Park, consumption. these fearful symptoms,CouhTeme and ,. ,. w Jey will cure Tuesday. The jockey was suspended. under a poeiuve Ruaraalee by A R Keiiiij. W. L. Scott hold Druggist. The'Flrat Symptoms of Death. from his farm in Northampton county, Iired feeling, dull headache, pains w - sarmus .. . Pa., last year, SS3.000 worth of truck. parts of the body, emum; at m The farm expenses were $03,000, so a net ich. los. of appetite. feerishness. Pn.P b ood. r. are U positive .vidence of poisoned be p ir n. profit of S.OOO was made. matter W it became poisoned it mustMood .... A kef. Kngllsh Cattle are firmer in Cincinnati, but to avoid death Dr remote scrofulous or sph. never failed to has K are not quotably higher. Best shippers poison. Sold under positive guarantee at A .. e. bring i and from that prices run down She. What a bright fellow that to 1; hogs are steady at 3 to Ao; sheep it. Johnson (jealous). He's get aie in good, demand at 2 to 5; lambs 3J ting blighter and brighter every day. toO. W. B. Kidd shipped this week from He's letting bis reau nearu grow vmc-Week. Indiana for Lehman Bros., SOU cattle, M most of them weighing about 1,550 lbs , ($ of them were Miles' Ncnt! and l.Ucr IMIIs. and brought 4 cents; Tlmr net on the An important disd.sory Kidd says those who dehorned. Mr. llvar stomach una tiw U through the norves Tlioy spevtitly cure bilious this process will neever A nw have once tried torpid liter. pils anil eons ti pa bail afterwards abandon it. It makes the ne', Spb-- tu'c. for men ixuiwu anil tluUlreii tKiii. t Small'-s- t iitt, .11 Sianlord. cattle kinder and do better, the weaker Sample iri"e at A It I'jnti) $ilnesior .5 contl not being homed off by the strouger. l'lft'y Mpasms n Day. Winchester Democrat. Had Mrs H A. fl trdnr. of Vutu a. Ip.rt .lived yeurs auo h" would have Iwwn J. W. Ferguson sold 300 cattle to two ihoui.tiul ios-Hei osil ipuiu .Sh thoueht to bo irnirntlon. lieuilnchc. Lehman Bros., Saturday, averaging 1,700 wiih subject It nervounpjlpnat on ami b.tckuctic for't to d'znu pounds, at 4 J. This watfthe first bunch fijtij f) itii uJ'! T.iouli tiling been t for y .ir without in the county to soil at that price. Leh- ed byiihe ilit ih.sin..ns t'UP'd b on tiotile was prnuin ally vi- Nnfnu A trial 315) fat cattle of Dr Mbet' llestorat man Bros, shipped dirino und now und wnnl-r'u- l of bought Wm. finely tin from here yesterday. They .it A II I'rnt.y's llliittraU-strali- ho rixi'inniunus uni guarantees Drus' Woodford's at 41, Thomas Cleaver's at It. , 4L Vol Ferguson's at 4.35, Mr. Weathers' .tlarvulntis Ititdtiraiice. at 11. Col. John A. Prall, of this place, Tho vast u mount of laht-- purforrtit by the heart mi ltoi k nil p. rti nof Hit body has bought Hon. M.. J. Durham's resiwithblool Isnotgcmnliy known It ho.il n tin- b dence, in DanvRIe, for $0,500. This in- 10.Oj0tiiii s nnl fore " h a) oml tc) ihc rata of. t lines and .D iluv. which 10 tm milthe floor. Paris S l5e."WHit i- In u ilf' tim- No wonvW IIiito cludes the carpets on ore w manv Honrt Falluroa. 1"h Hr News. when oxer srinirotiisni shwitn-slluUeriiist, in ihe cisitu- At Winchester court Monday 400 cli.Uinspiiiii thmssi til" i" toinii'h. i""oiv pbk, In oi'l'i ""' n nnkio, plain liucarr' 'if ktno b mi? cattle wore offered. Thirty-liv- e M - N''V ilfsirr ft'itK IB Dr. Truik 1( steers, 1,100 lbs., brought $3.1 per owt.; otc oniv Jsiibl tfco brought S3.3S; 20 extra A Uoon to Wives 1M A good feedeis, 1,100 lbs., $3.43. Havuiz used "Mother Friend, '"1 would not to number of private sales were made at be without it It is a boon the wives who know painful ordeal of they tnu.t pass through similar figures; milch cows brought fair childbirth ;.:r. C Mebursc Iowa. Write the C AtlautH, Da for further Ilradheld prices, plug horses low. All oii'orings particulars.KfnUUT allx,Drugfitts. Sobf oy sold at prices cdiit higher than last -court. A lot of fair to good 6tock ewes DIIUNKENNESS THE LIQUOR HAB In all tho World there la but ono brought $ I 0. The Democrat also euro, Dr. Hatnos' Qolden Spoclnc. sales of 120 head of 1,000 pound It oan be chn in a .up of tea or coffee without the knowledge ot th' person taking it.elTectinr a cattle at 4 40. speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient One-halTwo-third- s e on the railroad below Nashville. H.J. Midline, republican, has announced himself a candidate for the Legislature, iiugust election, lM'l. LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI BDURBDN FfllR -- Sotrei lo Tryl-?r- , THE MOST RAPID ROUTE -- v, "'" ITJS hot-U- e Ack-.,- Two Halloou Ascensions' With parachute attempted bctweea the grrit im- met uu cities on the Ohio Kiver sad Chiiaajo and heie the fastest lime and most comfortable trains e Cor.tinuts Fiw Days, j tween ail points la the Jsoulh. or in the W hi an J Si Northwest. The i un m f all train A i trunk liaas UdennmiiKK E.ress . .. .it , The .uperb rfiln.g .t k w n , I'alimited Comioit hay Mcnon, get Monoa and suck lo M n 2 CREATTROTTINC RACES EACH DAY, you want to save asoacy Ami base a pleas, t nev He.idri lusinii g rai e.. pons rai.e. j(i mule f or lull mft rmall n. Ill ir card raire rt. , l'l n or Mien , I 11.. "1, iv, V,I. ( KtM l l .INs .t - Skater asi -- I I . , 1 1 ' drp "ii the bi.i and last the fair .ia. ir V, ItAKhl I U M MM II t. I . I , K r s f A, I hi. . , m, ir LaiKrt pren luin list eero(!erd I'ln,! Hall ' mrtr tta use than esr lue hstursson. ami re.lui.eirrtes'oii jllrai.r.M.1.. M I Kentucky Central R.R. I p LOW ) HALL, KV.StLr.l'v s. t d &r P5g?- - l'l CSieAtSri ItOLTK. The ShortoMt nutl Qulokeat Routo from Cuntrnl Kontuoky to nil polnta North Kant, Went ami 8outh-Wn- t Fnst Lino between LuxlnKton tvtul Cincin- "JILl'K nati. SCHEDCLE IN KFFKCTMA s nth Hound. I.veC minnali I.ve t single n . Le I aim nilh. rr Pari. Air I.i' inglon I,ve Paris rr W .nihe.ter. rr llu t muiid Alt I.ai.i a.ler No 7. j 11, - No. I N. E M -a- BBSBBBBBBVV , r BBsV"1 i ha Sun Dai'v . . In I II. j i, I Ji I S is am ( o, p m S P m P " am u 1; j m 4 t 11 ic iniii .1 i m 5 so Ip 'rn M i 00 p n 10 , p tn1 ' 1 1 f 11 1 4 ArrStanf'id x. ao a m 05 . in 40 p in v, p m 10 p n 7 p m jo p a 1.1 - -- in I. ' fiasmmmi 1i an -m ki H. 1 ve Hit hmond H7 a, . . B m , , Air llerea Arr lisiiigton. North-Hound. 5 "ilB p 1 a " P 10 m Jen-L-i- No. S 1 j. N. 1. .0 j a LS li. r iv 1 1 1 . ' 1 .. 1 -- 1 1 u ' 1 .fi I ' S Joss Thompson, I n Pottm .n Hi use I.uiblirg Star rd, K puni-ii-l- 11 1111 .U-s- OLD KY. BOUTS ille Co Newport News - Mi.si.simu Solid Vestibuled Trams to . "E D. ' Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, All East ami Southeast Only one WKlit out lrm Lexington, Corrected 'lime Card in Effect an la. ioxi Fast.Nlaii OaTTy Accom. Daily Daily Yes STATIONS Express. Ex Sun, hx Sun. 11 Ji n'n, j ij am la ji n'n Le Stanford e 10 pmlu 40 am 5 .topm " Leaington ' Winchester 7 00 un ta 45, pml 6 fo pm ..... ' K. U. Junction. . as pm 7 10 pm 7 jo pm " Mt. Sterling I sy pm a 4 j pm us pm Merehcad .1 tt pm , ' Olive Hill ' AsbUnd 10 jo pm 5 1$ pro ... 10 43 pm J Jt pm " Catlettsburg. 11 07 Huntington .... I'i o sj pm Lse.HuntiiiiUiii.. . Is jo am . . I 1 "i" Arr Charleston ' Clifton forge. .. 7 3 am .... ' LHhburc 11 4S am " Charlottesville . j 50 am put " Wailungien ... .. i pm .. ? s " llalttmore ....... ' Philadelphia. .. t 15 pm to pm . New York 9 , 1 , f" "'Richmond, Va. ' OldPolatComfori. I I ...I " Norfolk ' 10 I.ve llerea 11 41 a m Arr Kichmossd... am I.ve Staaford ... 7 Lve Lancaster .. 1 IS 'a in Arr Kwhmoad. . to 00 a m I 10 p m r u Lve Richmond. OO p in 1 15 an. Arr Winchester 40 p m r - a ill Arr Pari. a oj p m 7 00 a m J 45 pm Lve Lexiugton p m , Lve Paris SJ a in 4 a p m Lve Falmouth 4 is I P I) a m 5 16 p re 10 li a m 6 jo p ra Arr Covington .. 5 4" I Arr Cincinnati 'o 45 a m ji p to Trains Nos. it and u run Sunday only between Ciuciuiiati and Lexington, leaving Cincinnati at arriving at Lexington at u tarn , and at a p. m. and Est Lexington 40 arris e at Cini.nn .11 l.ve I.ivingetoa l a ? a J 1 I 4- 1 I J. 111 1 trt-a- ronts sue-cn- i, - bot-tl- 111 11 l Stdt-c- , j r d - '1 11 - t -- '"'' lis-- I -- 111 n- i im-i- l .... r On the.Maysville llranch, No 9. leases Paris at 800, am and No. 11, at 543. P WO arriving at Mayssilleat 10 Jj, a m, and 10, pm No 10 leaves .Maysviltc at 5.1J a arnttng at Pans at No. leaves Maysville at 7 40, a rn. jo and arrives at Paris t 4 15. P m. These trains are daily except Sunday. No runs daily Irom Lexington to Ciacintiiti No 4 leas os Lexington 10 00 am; arrives Pant 10 4,5 am; except Sunday No SliwscsCmcinnati5 10 pm; arris os l'almo-il7 10 pm: except Sunday mo. 7inaves raimoutn 0 00 am ; arrives Cincm natl7 55 am; except Sunday 1 rain Notes Nc t runs llallv LttufOfl I.r.lna ton and Cincinnati. No , runs daily between Cincinnati aad Lexington Nos sand 6 make connection, at Wiachestei lor points on the N N. A-- M V. Ky IMPORTANT Trains ol this line now arris e at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, East and West. Through tickets and baggage checked to any dcttinitiofl reached by a railroad. Fpr full particulars address any agent ol the Co. 1 Sjsp m. i, 1 1 1. S. F. II. MORSE. (Jen'l PasVs'r Aei. Afft . Plnrinn-it- i ' 1 , ". - . I.B HUNT1XOTON. Manaar. 1 re-poi- - y boiler-inake.-- e, Comiuercelluilding, Cincinnati, O Limited Vestibule Ex from NewYorlc, Philadelphia, Wnshinglon aud all jtoiHts ha.t, arrives at LexingtRii at 4 47 P m daily Stanford 11 $7 p n. This notice forewarns hunters, Fast mail from Ki hnond, ya , and all poiots ent, Huniiiigton, W Va, and all local stations ar others not to tte.piss on our lands fishermen and daily except Sunat 4011001 as nil nuh willbc prosecuted without full, to the is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. rives l.esniuif.i 11 57 est extent of tho law Signed have been cured who day Stanford Tnousandi of drunkards AccommoHation from Ol.vfllill andlatermediate have taken the tioldenueSpecitic 111 their cefTee points, Richmond, K's., ami point, on live K. C. D.V.HOLMES. Dr i w rf,r. sV without their knowled, and believe theycan wIjrF'VCMAK,)S Lexington 8 10, .1 ni, daily, II. drinking ofyliMr own free will No harmful Hy arrises at sunlord 10 1. ... fi Mrlcivvuv quit Sunday cllect results from its. administration. Cures guar1 YNn' JOIIN lie sure tl'UeU read read mN, N .V M. V Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN. anteed. Send for ciroiilar aud full particulars. AdTH6sLCCiiSUCKISR confidence Golden Sncciric CJ., t9t Ry.E D. dress in A C nctni all, O. S. F 11 MORSE, Kac? Street. Cincinnati, O T-- p m iieny. except mimmv c iinwv. for Richmond, Ky n I poims n the K C. R hamlero CKNHRAL OFFICES POSTED. 1 . 1 "shada'ms '. t.P - r J&. G&;.i, -