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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal.
Tlio public debt wiih SKI,-078,201.11
Win. Mlllipm Iiiih been appointed
postniiiRter .it lliirtfont, Ky.
It took 77 tons of white jmper to
print hint Siiiulay'H N. Y. World.
Tl'ii tiiritmtiittiH ... ...... ...... .111 iiiHiih htilini'
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Kiioxville were covered with hiiow. Mon-
Five lonvictH, ouoof them a woman.
have been n'ntelicod nt Foil Smith to be
bunged July 17.
June lMlli ban been tixed an the dav
for l'at Hunt to Imng at I'arlM, hut
appeal hint been taken.
-Prohibition went into ell'ect at
mouth al midnight on the :i(Hh and S
barroonm closed their door.
Ike VniiariMliile'it Htoru at lloiu Hill. ' trip or Monietlilng out of the
Mercer county, wiih burned by an P'lienil run of thing, when Ids
loss S'J.VlK); Insurance .s00. i lent list" is paid up. Of courmj
took the procewion at New York I pointinent is the reward he receives,' for
live bourn and '-'." minutes to pass the i the iiuijority of delinquents enclose
fetaud form which Mr. Cleveland and their remittances in those "Long looked
l'residuiit Harrison reviewed it. Il,r letters that never come" and instead
William Ii. Ilarnum, Chairnmii of of lining tlmt upon which their hearts
the National Democratic Comuiittce, huw been set the rural rooster remains
died Tuesday morning in I.ime Kock, I l home aubsUtiiig on a bread and wit-Conn.,
after a loiij; and serioiiH IIIne.HM. Iter diet. Thanks to the promptly pay-
Two young men, named David and I ln patrons of the I. J., for it is partly
teori;e Hiaulls, of Somerset, l'a., are through tlieir possession of ood jmyin
charged with killing their stepmother, to I tiaiities that I am permitted to remain
prevent her sharim; their father's estate, nt this elegant resort and enjoy the
Miner llord, aged HI, during a nries like unto those of KingMitnd Lords,
was struck by lilttuiiir and , There is no place where the ocean
killed. Mound a brother bud taken ref -
uge in a barn at their home in
county. . ..
Mayor Patterson, of Ashland, Ky.,
has been apMinted Division Inspector of
JVwtollices, with heailijuartcrs al lien -
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ver. Me was u ueiogaie io uie iiiicngo
Kleven trains, containing IDS cars,
were dispatched from the Pennsylvania
depot at Jeocy City Tuchday, occupied
exclusively by regiments returning home
fruin New York.
The balloon sent-up by Hutchison &
Co.'s circus at lloonevilltt, Ind., burnt
when SKM feet high and the young aeronaut
fell upon the edge of u roof, mangling
The UobinsoiiH, of Cincinnati, have
decidinl not to kill old "Chief," their
dangerous elephant, and have given him
to the Zoological (tardcii, whore he is
In Philadelphia, for the past wink,
a talented individual, w ho mils himself j
'the King of the Cats," has been per-,
forming at one of the theatres with a
distinguished hand of Mint, to vast '
At tiordonville Dr. Oeorgo Hollins,
n young plivhician, shot and klllwl a de
penite negro. 1 he nave sworn
lengeauceaud he is being guarded in
thehheriirolllce, at Uuvellvil!e, from a
mob of armed blacks.
-John T.Schalfer, a ticket agent of
, the Pennsylvania railroad at Pittsburg,
committed suicide because a young lady
he wished to marry rejected him. Tho
deed was committed during a walk she
was taking witli him.
A iii.iu and a woman have committed
suicide bv iumiiug into the same
we.ll in tieorgia vvitliin tno last moiiin, j oacn evening, ircqiicuuy loed aooutliy
and a fnuu who used the same water fori the waves. The ladies as general thing
drinking purposes murdered Ids tluee i are good swimmers and in their fancy
children and killed himself. suits they present a scene both thrilling
Win. K. Spalding adopted a novel and beautiful. The bathing suit is cut
way to commit suicide. He crawled in- j with more stint, regarding length, than
hide a railroad culvert, near New Hopej a street dress, or even a Mother Unhand
stuck his head up when an engine bard, thus alt'ording additional scenes to
came along. A guillotine could not the lovers of the beautiful (things), who
have decapitated him better. i
"Why didn't she tell mohhu had rod
hair?" sobbed A. L Y.iugu, of Kansas
City, Mo., after railing all the way to
Tillin, ()., to marry nil unknown correspondent.
Ho drowned his disappointment
in drink and returned home single.
In one of the Chattanooga rolling-mills
all tho white hands have been discharged
and negroes employed in their
Fteiul. Tins action was taken on account
of the dem uids made by the I
Amalgamated Iron Workers' Association.
Arnold achupock ami Jacob Itiabea, '
charged with th murder of John Chris
tlan, which occurred at the Swiss colony
in Laurel county, April 7, weie arrested
near Chattanooga, Tenn., and brought
to London by Deputy SheriirC. M. Randall.
Another body has been uncovered
ntthotirand Trunk wieck, making 'JO
dead in all recovered to date. Tho victims
are charred and , mangled beyond
recognition, and are beingtraced through
trinkets and other pur.sonal belongings
found In the debris.
Tho centennial exercises closed at
New York Wednesday by a grand civic
parado, representing tho industrial progress
of the country during the past
Altogether, tho celebration has
been a huge success and tho grandest
demonstration in tho history of America.
A soldier nine feet high for the Confederate
monument at Nashville is on
exhibition hero and will bo sent to that
place and placed on a 'pedestal Btanding
50 feet high. The unveiling of tho work
will bo celebrated on the l.'ith inst. lion.
W. 0. P. Breckinridge, of Kentucky, will
deliver the addicss. I.onisiille Posti
BY THE SEA SHORE.
OurB. M. Tarries There Awhile, Tells
What He Saw and Doubles Back
to His Bnso.
IIvoniA IIotki., Oi.i Point l
Comkout, Va., April'JS, 'Sit.
I'.imdoxiciil uh itiimyBeein that n country
new Hpnper man could miininoiiH the
K'dl mid other ncccMiiricH reipiired to
I sojourn by the Heaside," yet it is really
! tl111' "d it wiih my good fortuim to break
the rule, which in not at all time-honor
ed, but which Hceiim to liavo become an
unwritten . law tliroiigli'iicreHHity instead.
aiii"u' "venire "rural rooster," while at
I poor ih the "turkey hen" patient Job
u,,i hh.I potwwu, has an unliinit
'd amount of capital, unpaid though it
if '""' ho '" "'lull joyously anticipating a
, nreeze can lie more keenly felt than at
Old Point Comfort, situated as it is on a
peninsular where only a verv narrow
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io uiu winiis mat come
from the land. This collision or meeting
.ol lireezes makes the climate delightful
and health giving. The hotel, which
ranks third as the largest In the. Tnilcd
States is iinigniliceiit in structure ami its
appointment are unequalled in the
country. As many its :i,(KK) guests have
been quartered here and still there was
room for more. Open all the year round
il Is as noted a resort for the Northern
people to escapr the chilling winds of
wintcrasit is for the Southerners the
hot rays of the suinuior mouths. No
hotel on the globe set a better table and
the bill of far reminds one in length of
a SumlHy's The "big
Imim" from every State in the union can
. be found here and fashion is truly the
abnorblng theme. It is a regular haven
i for lovers and courting is carried on
while Imthing as well as on the corridors
the parlors and the lull rooms. Just in
front of the hotel is excellent ushing and
thos fond of the sport Hud it an untir
ing pleasure to pull out the line fellows,
the sight of which would
fishermen's mouths water. Manv
varieties can lie caught and there is no
worrying of the patience waiting for a
bite, for the moment the hook is thrown
in it is nabbed and all there is left then
to do is to pull with might and main
ami you have a liih large enough for a
Surf bathing is a feature that those
who have attended only inland watering
places cannot appreciate. Notiiingcould
be more delightful andeveiiiuthemonth
of April fully a hundred can bo
sit around awaiting the time for the fai
ones xo come usnore. J lie men, poor
things, attract little or no attention and
go in and come out unnoticed, although
their suits are armless and nearly legless.
While I had already boon to Hampton,
Just !l miles distant, a couple "of
years ago, yet I was very willing to accept
an invitation to go again. There is
perhaps no more interesting place under
the mn than this, diuientioiH taken into
consideration, and notwithstanding
the present thousand ami one things to
be seen, a history attached thereto
would, were full details given, and this
would prove very interesting, make a
volume as largo as the history of the
I'nited States. Kittle after buttle has
been fought there, in which renowned
warriors took part, wonderful scouting
was d6ne, thousands of men were killed
and lastly the town was laid in ashes.
President John Tyler's homo is there, in
good preservation, and lien Kntler's
headquarters, with only a few changes, a
is as ho left it. St. John's Church, erected
in lil'iS, still stands, although the
wood work of it was burned in 1S12 by
the British ami again in 18(11 when the
town was burned by the Confederates to
prevent their opponents from camping
there. This is next to tho oldest church
in the l S., the one older being at St.
Augustine, Fla. The llrst Indian child
ever baptized was in this house and a
memorial window presented by the Indians,
bearing tho dato of the baptism, and
other dates, still well preset ved, now ornaments
the building. There is also an
other memorial window dedicated to
which was presented to the
church by the Indian boys in school
theio. It is large and hauiUoiue and
represents Pocahontas as pat taking of
STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY. MAY 3, -1889.
the rites of baptism before an immense
multitude. The outride of this
building is ipiaint and odd, but the
Inside is very modern mid elegantly furnished.
The church yard was used iih a
cemetery in the iIiivh of old and the
Knives of men buried !."i0 years uiro
'marked by headstones, w'orn by years
ol exposure, can be neen.
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' uiu .omiers uome, i - '
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where old wm (k',,iwlt1 hmnliiy by Dr.
H.200 Union noldiers reside in , Katon,
comfort and ease, backed by that strong ' .!" f UXX) of llu" 5'000 'M "'as sub-institution,
the government. Think of !' , i
that number of people living in one1 . "'. "K"JtI,, "' ''duiouth ILtptM
hoimo and eating in one dining-room. A ."!.". "lHtl'd " ''" mid there were -.Ml
family of ten orado.on peoiile is thought I ,,,,,,,,,0,.H T,,u lM"tor. '. C. K. Nash, I
to be an immense one. but imagine what '" '"""Niy K,.v. W. 15. K,.y. of
a family Il.'JOO men would make with not ,J,fu.vl'u II"1' j
..,. in tmuuii
a single woman! Yet this enormous
number of men do live together and
make a family agreeable indeed; 1(H)
sleep in n room ami 800 dine at once.
Kverything is kept as neat as ft new pin,
and moves with n clock-like motion.
They take it by weeks to cook and clean
up, thus giving each well individual
about one week in live. To feed this
number of men 10 barrels of Hour are used
daily; 1,100 pounds of beef; 1,000 lbs.,
of bog meat and L'7o gallons of collee, besides
vegetables and othor eatables. The
kitchen is a sight worth looking at and
the lloor is as clean ns a penny. The
yard is nihil with tropical plant and
llowers ami here and there a handsome
piece of statuary. The letters "N. S. 1 1.,"
standing for National Soldiers' Home,
are beautifully laid out in the front yard
and filled with the choicest (lowers."
The Normal School, supported also by
"fncleSaui," is a mammoth and magnificent
institution. There are nearly I,-000
students in all, about evenly divided
between colored people ami Indians,
and it is a treat togo through the schools
and see with what decorum everything
is earned on. 1 he Indian boys are elegant
in manners and interesting
while the girls are cute and
very accomplished. A $7.",0iX) church
has been completed for this department,
presented by a Massachusetts gentleman.
It is a grand structure, with seating capacity
siillicient for all the students mid
as many visitors as may come.
The National Cemetery is another
place of importance found in Hampton.
The number buried goes far up into the
thousands and is being supplemented bland
average of .'In week from the old
Soldiers' Home. A coiiiinandimr monu
ment in the centre, presented bv a
man, has been added in the last few
yeats. The soldiers are very proud of it
and at each burial a tune is played in
honor of the giver of it.
There areother, things I could write
about, which might interest some, but I
roirain ic.si lie ivito reads this may tito
and fall by the wayside before this point
is reached. Kre these few items are
printed I shall have bid farewell to "Old
Viiginy" and be again at my post in the
I. J. oihee. To those who have read tho
jottings I have penciled since my departure
I may be indebted, but I sincerely
hope a settling day may conio before many
months glide by, when he who is
now the debtor may remunerate 10, vca
To the hospitable Virginian, whose
generosity is his fame, whose latch string
ever hangs on the outside and who is
happiest when making others at ea.se, 1
ism say nothing more to show my appreciation,
"Should i' or t lie et mi bl ol ea
I thai) lonj for Virginia, if you plwtse."
K. C, W.
M. C. MoriMii mid Miss Artie (ioocli
wort' iniirrii'd nt tlu bride's uncle's, Mr.
V. II. Waddle, near Wnym'sour, on
William Johnson and Mi.xs Mary
Huston, both Htveet sixteen, obtained
license nnd were married at Mr. Simpson
Fcrrili'rt at Highland yesterday. or
The marriage of Senator Voht's son,
Alexander, to Miss Katherino Survis, a
wealthy society belle of St. l.ouis, which
was to occur on the IHh, has been declared
oil" by the youiiK lady, who thinks ho its
is too wild to tie to.
Miss Kiln, daughter of Hon. W. C.
P. llroekiiiridiip, is to be married inJiino
ton Mr. Chalkuy, of lUchmond, Va. After
the marriage thov will jjo to Portland,
Oregon, which they will niako their future
Our May wood correspondent tells of
tho ninrriaire of Mr. Jonathan Owsley to
Miss Reynolds, of Pulaski county. Tho
readiness and hasto with which most
widowers seek a second wife shows that
iiiarriiiKU is not a failure by a lonj; sight.
Tho marriage of Mr. S. A. Scott, a
prominent coal dealer at East Iioriistndt,
to Mrs. Xanniii Lambert, was solemnized
at Kinusvillo Tuesday nijjlit by Eld. well
J. G. Livingston. Tho bride was Miss
Nannie Searcy, a highly accomplished A
and very handsome lady and is tho widow
of the late Dr. Uiinbert. She taught
school for a number of years and used Is
to favor our readeis with newsy letters any
from her locality. Wo congratulate- the
fortunate man who has won her.
It is reported that Frank Cady, a
ranchman, was shot, spitted and roasted
by Indians near the Mexican border in cry
Kid. J. Q. Montgomery held a few
days' meeting at Rich Mill, in Ctisev
Hev. HenryS. Hartz. will' preach
in tlie llaptlst church, at Crab Orchard,
Saturday night, 'Junday morning ami '
The Si'.j.OOO llaptlst church at Mavs-
ii a uegio imptizing m Nortli Cam-'
linaagirl lL' years of auc Hliimed liom ,
the preacher's hands and was drowned,
ilystanilera were so indignant that tho
pie.icher had to lice for his life.
All the Cluistian churches which
will co-operate in the county work will
please send delegates to Sum foul next
.Monday, county court day, for consulta
tion and arrangement of programme. J.
The Methodist Book Concern last
year declared a cash dividend of $100,-000,
and is, in proportion to its capital,
the most profitable of the publishing
concerns in America. All of which must
deeply interest those superannuated
ministers for whose
support the net profits
were originally et apart.
The cornerstone for the new St.
Andrews' Kpieopal church, nt Second
and Kentucky, Louisville, was laid witli
proper ceremony Vsterdav afternoon.
Bishop Dudley, Bishop Penlck ami the
Kpiscopal clergy of the diocese took part
in the exercises. Tho church will be
built of light red sandstone in the Norman
stylo of architecture and the main
auditorium will be 77 by 07 feet. The
seating capacity will be about !00. The
interior finish is to be of hard wood ami
the tower will be IN feet high.
It will surprise many of his friends
to know that Mr. F. j". Campbell has
turned preacher. Falcon, who was at
Kock Castle Springs Kaster Sunday went
with him ton neighboring chiirch'where
for 45 minutes he held his audience
without tiring it. Says Falcon: "The
sermon was on the incarnation of Christ
in Jesus, and His subsequent embodiment
in the church. Without rhetoric
or attempt at oratory it was a strong
statement of the Cnristian doctrine.
Its only fault was that the. speaker
sought to cover too much ground, and
had not time to illustrate and dwell upon
the most important points. It was
carefully prepared and nearly all of it
written. I had no idea thai my landlord
could preach so well, and his guests
next summer had best take a trip to this
little church in the wilderness and hear
him. It will do them good.
Mini Georgia D.iviiN, the activss,
whom many will remember as spending
the entire sumnier here last year, will
play in Louisville all next week at
Among her numerous characters
she will appear :u Juliet supported he
by Walter S. Matthews as Homeo. a
The Courier-Journal predicts a brilliant
reception and says there is great curiosity
to see these two Louisville aspiiants
appear together. While hero she labored
very hard for her future career and
we hope she will be successlul. Dripping
Springs will not receive any boarders
until the llrst day of June, when
there will bean opening picnic and ball.
Terms, t" per week; $21 per month.
Kespt. D. (J. Si,.mt.iiti:ii.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best SdKciri the orld for cuts, bruises,
sores, ulcer, salt rheum, fever
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions
and potitiviil) tores piles, or no pay required.
It it guaranteed In rivi pirfect satisfaction,
money rctutidcd Price 35 cent. r box.
For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky.
Mr. V. H. Morgan, merchant, Lake City, Fl
was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a
Cough and running into Consumption in
hrtt stages. He tried many so called popular
cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was
reduced in Mesh, had disunity in breathing and
was unable to sleep Finally tried Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption and found immediate
relief, and after using about a half dozen bottles
found himself v. ell and has hail no return of the
disease. No other remedy can show so grand a
recerdof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. Cuarautced to do just what is
claimed lor it Trial bottle free at A. R. Penny's
This nmedy is becoming so well known nnd so
popular as to need no special mention. All who
have used Electric Hitters slnn the same song of
praise. A purer medicine does not exist and It Is
guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Hitters will cure till diseases of the Liver and Kidneys,
will remove Pimples, lloils, Salt Ithcuin nnd
other affections caused by impure blood. Will
drive Malaria from the ustem and prevent as
us cure all Malarial Fevers. Kor cure of
Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric
Hitters Entire: satisfaction gauranteed or
ilioncv refunded, Price 50c and $1 per bottle a
H l'cnnv's drugstore
What On Earth
tho reason people will not, can not or do not see
difference in cheap nottrumit put up by Cheap
John houses or irrcpoiibl parties at enormous
profits, rather than take .1 medicine of worldwide
reputation nnd one that Is giving universal
satisfaction at equal price ? No medicine in the
world Is giving such unparalleled satisfaction lor
Ileggs' Wood Purifier and Wood-Maker, and
buttle that does not do its work will cost you !
nothing. A. R. Penny, druggist. I
RO YA I
f ROYAL Hl'M J
Tin ponder nvr.irii.i A martel of purity,
slreiiKth and vm!. More ccononilcni
than the ordlnnn i nd. nrd in not he Hold In
competition v t'l the i nit tud . i i iw tet, short
weight, alum "r pliosp mir p ,w ler Sold only in
cam. HOV II. IIAKIN. l'OWDI.K CO.,
B t -I Wall reet, .New York.
Office touth tide Main, two door above Depot St,
OlTicecn I ancaster ttrrct. onpos.tc court-home
STANFORD ROLLER MILLS.
All peron wishing a pleasant life and well
pleatrd wife let them use Patent Flour made lit
Stanford Roller Mill Call for it at your
and if they have not cot it on hind, urse
them to It or Kct an order from them and
set it at the Mill and I will Kuarantee a pleasant
and imerotlng lamily
93 W N POTTS. Superintendent
HARRY A. ti VANS,
STAN FOR I), KV
Engineering and Surveying in
IT A rM1I?l?Q 'I'1"'. Horsemen and
V LVJI J'jJAQ, Mutknien ol the counties
of. Marion llole, l.incnl i, Oarrard and Washington
will find all tlie news relating to matters of
to them in the AT"'1 t rill?
the leadinic paper of A J UUA1J1
Central Kentucky, isutvl I iteoda) and Friday of
each week, $ptrear 'icnd 51. cents and trv it
lor three tnuntlK Andres-1; (i Ilo)le, liutiness
..i.iuaxcr, ianiuie, rvj
I have secured the services ot a competent Carnage
Mjker and am prepared to do any and all
kinds of repairing to Uuggies, Carriages, Arc.
Work entrusted to 111 will have my personal supervision.
All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
MT. VERNON, KY.
This old and well-known Hotel is stili maintain
ing its fine reputation. Charjes reasonable. Special
attention to the traveling public.
.vl. P NEWCOMII, Prop..
Mi. Vernon, Ky.
Olfice on I.ancavter Street, opposite Court-House
Having removed to this place trom Liberty, to
practice his profession, calls the attention ot the
pub lie to the faU that he w;ll be ready at all hours
day or night to answer calls in town qr country.
Thirty ycurs of his lite were spent in Stanford and
deems it unnecessary to speak ot his ability as
physician and surgeon A share of tho patronage
of the people ot Stanford and vie nity is asked
by him. 65. tf
& tl A5
Couia jim'.u , Avi r'a Clietry Pc-
turnl is 1.1 Etoiiior (!:i:mnd than ever.
No preparation fur Tnroat ami Lung
TrotiMfi i.s so prcnjpt in its effects, so
agrouulilo to tho ttuttu, nnd so wKlcly
known at tills. It i tho family
in t!iouniiil3 of households.
"I liovo hiilliireil for jcfiM from a
broiicln.it trmiMe that, I tnke
cold or am exposed to Itiilmiitjtit weather,
rIh'vvs by it ury annoying
tickling si'iiMitluii in tho throat atut by
tliiUt'tilty in hrentlilnc. I Imvo tiiol a
groat tinny reineilio, but "no rtoji
wull as Ayer's Cherry l'octoiiil which
nlwitvs j;im's prompt mtltif In returns of
involit complaint. Krnost A. Unpler,
Inpii tor ot Public I'omU, Parish
" I consider Ayor'a Cherry Pectoral a
most Imnortum remedy
For Home Use. w
I linvo tested its citrntivn towor, in my
family, ninny ninos during tlin pat.t
tltiitv years, nnd have iimmt known it
to fail. It will ri'lltno the ino notions
lUffc'ions ot tho throat and Inns,
whether In children or ndnltn." Mrs.
E. G. Kdserly, Council JJIuIIm, Iowa.
"Twenty years np;o I was troubled
with n thseaso of tho luncs. Doctots
afforded tuo no relief nna considered
my case hopeless. I then begun to uso
Ayer's Cherry Pertornl, and, before I
hud iiiiiblied 0110 bottle, found relief. I
continued to tnlto this medicine until a
euro was effected. 1 believe that Ayer's
Cherrv IVctoial saved my life."
Samuel Gilfjjs, Waukegun, 111.
" Six years ago I contracted a sovere
cold which tsottled on my lungs nnd
soon developed all tho ulnimiiig
of Consumption. I had a cough,
night sweats, bleeding of tho lungs,
pains In chest and hides, and wim so
prostrated ns to bo confined to my
bed most of; tho time. After trylnjj
various prescriptions, without bonutit,
my physieiun finally determined to give
mo Ayor's Cherry Pectoral. I took it,
and tho effect was magical. I seemed
to rally from tho lirst dosu of this
medlcino, and, after using only three-bottles,
am as well and sound as over,"
Rodney Johnsou, Springfield, 111.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Or. J. C. Aycr It Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all I.ugUU 1 .t.i v 1 , all bottles, 5.
M. F. Brlnklcy
I a Candidate lor of the Court ol "
;$ AuRou;,:e.&:cn of ,he m -
CAPT. FRANK BAILEY, PROPRIETOR
Thoroughly Renovated and Refurniihed. Firit
cli Fare and Reasonable I'ricet.
Day and night
Traim are met by Polfte Porter, ot thtt Popular
G. A. BENEDICTS CO.,
Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters,
facroerypr1"eed,0rilerand P"mP' '"'n'hed at
niCHMON'U . JCY.
Photograph in all styles and sires. Pictures in
India Ink, Crayon an J Water Colors. New de-signs
in Frames and Mats at very low prices.
S. O. DAVIS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
MT. VJCR20r, lv V.
Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store.
Special attention given to diseases of children
1.. ru. IIRUCE,
Livm, sale m mi stable,
i STANFORD, KV.
SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL
travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold.
Only first-class horsesnnd vehicles used in livery
Also agent for the
WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTINC CO-
J. ISI. HILTON
Dry Good3, Notions, Hats, Caps
Roots, Slices, Clothing, Hardware, Queens-vv
are, I inware, Furniture and a
Conoral Lino of Groceries,
"y-Candies, Canned Goodi.&c.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for (joods
E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor
No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation.
and Us proprietor Is determined that it
shall be maintained.
He has recently added to its appointments
Pool and Billiard Parlors
A First-Class Livery Stablo
To accommoda e the demands of his increaied
transient llcvt Turnouts furnished
Commercial travelers and others.
J. T. cfc CO.,
Are still In the business and ready to do anything
in the Undertaking line. We have a full
itocfe of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes
of every Our hearse, which is nearly
new can be obtained n short notice. Mr J II.
Green has 1 hargi of our business nnd will show
our goods to any one needing anjthirg in our
line 64. tf
flJf Cholera Cure!
Thousands of dollars worth of
chickens die every year from Choi
.ra. it is more fatal to chickens than
il! diseases combined, hut the
Jiscovery of u, renieay mx fosithvfy
vrti it hasbecn made, and to be convinced
of its efficacy only requires a
trial. A bottle is enough foi
or.e hundred chickens. It is
If, after using two-thirds of
.1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly
satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken
Cholera, return it to the undeisigned
iv our money will be refunded.
For by sale McRoberts .V Stajc, Stanford