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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Published Evory Tuesday and Friday
AT
$12 XMCR. YJCAR.IN ADVANCK
aWWhen not to paid $2.60 will be charged."
K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Train leaves ItowUnd at 7:00 a. m , returning
at 4130 p.m.
L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Mail train going North ia ji p m
South 3'Pm
Express train " South 57Pm
North 37
Local Freight North 630 am
South. J JSP nt
The latter trains also carry passengers.
The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar
time is about 10 minutes faster
RIM
ssv'tOsi
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
This tiavvder never vane. A marvel purity.
atrencth and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosptutcpowders. Sold only in
cans.
18 106 Wall street. New York.
DENTIST.
Office on Lancaster street, opposite court-home
Stanford, Ky.
Freparatorj Ddpartmsnt of Centre College.
Next Session will Begin Sept. 11,
iSSo. Full courw of study, both English and
,
Classical, iiisiriii'iiuu csuctuny auuiuru iu he
pare yoiinj: men for the Freshman Class A
al English education is furnished to any one who'
may not desire t. tike the classical course. Terms
moderate. JAMES II. Walton, Principal, I
33 "'":""'"''
WSmm FEMALE COLLEGE !
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A Modern Progresive School, '
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,,,. ... .
Where your daughters will lie taugnt how to be-
come true wojicn, as well as thoroughly j
instructed In i
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Literature, Science, Art & JYIUSIC.
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Address REV. C POPE. President,
Mrs. S. C. TRUEHEART, '
Lady Principni, '
43 Miller jurg, Ky.
lJOlLTfLP)p:
THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR
YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE.
Send for I J.T.PATTERSON.Pnes.
Catalogue foloRj.B. SKINNER, pnm.
PlL mm
AND NORMAL SCHOOL,
l: miles from I,oiii.ll, FulT corps of
t orongh initruetloii Huh Ktunilinirof ncliiilur'lilp
Mini Klri, t illcl,i iliurnrtrrl?.". all ilrp.irtnicut.
tuition fuel, lights, etc , l'i.iifur
tru ui iiillis Nw puplln riTeltril nt au tim
MISS JJltnilNt W. PRICE, ANCH3RAQE, IT.
lT.ieh:. hiltoist
CKAll ORCHARD, KV.
Dealer In
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps
Scots, Shoos, Clothiu. Hardware,
Tinware, Furniture aid a
Conoral Line of Crocerlos,
Fancy Candle., Crvs 'lies &..
All kinds of Prluc taken In exclnn;e for yo.xls.
Settle With James Fryc.
All persons ktiowinj thcmitlvei to be indebted
to M. Itichards, eitltvr for goods or of
colls, wlllsase trouble by scttlin; aure tth James
Frye, ns I hate put them in hit hands for
41 M. L. RICHARDS.
HARRY A. EVANs,
ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,"
STANFORD, KY
Engineering- and Surveying in
all branches.
R. B. GEOGEGHAN,
jSOCCCsSOR TO
M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER,
GU4TH AVI5NUE,
LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY.
The Nobbiest & Tflost Stylish
Stick of
m a t 9
Ever brought to th city ol L now open
InLluditi); tliu
KHOX & JOHH B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS
And also my own ir.iport.aion uf Kulish Hats
and C'Ji An elegant line I Canes and Lyon's
Celebrated Umbrellas utiva) nn hand Km
SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS,
Gloves and other Kurs a speuialty Order out
siJeof city perfc t au-'.i' tior guarau
teed. Don't lad to order a NUllUY HA1 i i
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THE GENTLER SEX.
Mrs. Henry Ward Boochor wears cloth
gaiters of tlio old congress pattern.
Many a woman is export with crayons
who is not skillful in drawing tea.
Lady Duffcrin intends publishing reminiscences
or' her experiences in India.
Among Mine. Christine Nilsson's maladies
is an almost entire loss of hearing.
Sirs. Uenry Oeorgo is a Roman Catholic,
Her only sister is a Sister of Charity
in St. Louis.
The new Duchess of Portland has re
fused to permit her photographs to bo
oilered for sale,
Mrs. Gertrude Atherton has retired to
a convent near Paris to gather material
for a new novel.
"Earth has nothing tnoro tender than
a woman's heart when it is tho abode of
piety." said Luther.
Mrs. Lucetta Medbury, Mrs. Zachariah
Chandler and Miss Brush, of Detroit,
each have over $1,000,000.
While- she is making new dukes, the
queen is anxious to ruako Princo Henry,
of Battcnberg, duke of Kent.
The queen of Slam wears one and a
lialf inch boou. ' They aro all uiado with
low heels and avcrago $10 a pair.
Mrs. Oliver, of Athens, Ga., is 87 years
of age, and she does not remember to
have ever taken a drink of water.
Mrs. Bloomfleld Moore, of Philadelphia,
is one of tho wealthiest American
widows. Sho makes her homo in Loudon.
Helen Newell, James R. Garfield's
fiancee, is young, tall, graceful and dark,
and will have a comfortable fortune of
her own.
Tho queen's favorite beverage was
rice champagne, but by order of her
physician sho is now obliged to drink
whisky instead.
Mrs. Mary J. Holmes will make her
travels tho subject of a series of parlor
readings to bo given in her own resi
dence next fall.
I
There aro four ladles' cricket clubs in
the west end of London, and there are '
said to be some very dexterous players (
among tho mombers.
According to a London correspondent
Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain is tho most '
popular woman tho United States has
yet sent to England. I
1
Carlotta, ex-empress of Mexico, lives
in a castlo in Belgium in seclusion. Her
hair is quite white, but otherwise she
, , .
"9 " Cliangeil in years.
m,. empress nf Germany Is to havo a
special body guard composed of twenty-
four of tho largest men in the Prussian
army and commanded by an ofllcer and
two sergeants.
The mother of Mr. Louis Stevenson
accompanied him and his wifo on their
long voyage in tho South seas. Mrs.
Stevenson has returned to Edinburgh,
but her son has started for another
,
J car 8 Cruise.
p,r.OJc. r.T,l.tl. -,,i.- pn nnn
t.lU,iCaa AAVVWiVA k UVV1 C3 AlUfWV u
i- .! 1 mi
$ar "OI" u, uernian government. 1110
fortune left to her by tho Duchess of
Galliera brings her in 12,000 a year, and
sho has n Ufa interest in the trust estate
of her husband. In all sho has about
70,000 a year.
Miss Mary E. Uanchett, who died recently
at Chittenango, N. Y., was the
second woman graduato of an American
medical college. Sho received the degree
of doctor of uiedicino from tho Albany
Medical college in 1849. Sho was a
woman of great intelligence and force of
character.
Miss Kate Sanlwrn's farm at Mctcalf,
Mass. , says The Boston Gazette, is unique.
To tho piazzas of tho houso a cheerful
ami homelike appearance has been im-patted
by (lowers and vines, gay antique
lanterns, odd and hospitable rocking
chairs, tables and impossible foot
stools, and within tho houso the same
quaint furniture is used.
FASHIONS FOR MEN.
The strict rules of outing nttire preclude
tho wearing of tho sash with a
starched shirt.
Tho bizo of the 6carfs will bo in nowise
diminished. Tho huge puff scarfs will
be more popular than in tho early spring.
Tho signs vou. indicate that tho dark
backgrounds in scarfing will predominate
to a greater extent than last season.
The extra wide Ascot will 'enjoy tho
popularity presaged by the success it has
had this season in tho light weight textures.
Tho wearing of suspenders when the
sash is assumed is tabooed as illustrating
a lack of confidence verging on the
humorcequc.
Waist belts aro sometimes worn under
tho sashes to givo nn additional
nud to secure a looser and less binding
effect of the sash.
Tho lino of tho fall styles of neckwear
will be generally quieter, 60 far as color
and pattern is concerned, than tho
at present the vogue.
The Windso te, either tied in a butterfly
bow or folded without being pressed
and tied in cravat form loosely, is the
particularly "propah capah" with u
neglige shirt
With evening dress, of course, tho sash
may bo worn. With tho sack dress coat
colors arc pormlssablo, but a black
is considered the best form when
the swallowtail is donned.
Several now I'ariiian bows r.re bidding
for favor at present. Tho fact that
the bucklo bow, however, is n Yankee
creation, and 1ms ju3t about run ita
course, seems to have been forgotten by
tho importers.
That thero will beany number of Tcck
and puff scarf J sold, however, when tho
bowildoring number of novel and beautiful
styles which will bo put on tho
inurket Is considered, goes wltlumt saying.
Gothic? r.r.d Furui3her.
Recent importations contain in their
number a bar pin act with eight upright
rows of diamonds varying in sizo each
way from the center, Jeweler's Ueriew,
IDEAS FOR DRESS.
1 Largo bonnets aro things of tho past.
1 Eel green, a lovely bluish shade, is tho
' latest.
I Tho brims of sailor hats are very
1 narrow.
1
The newest rec s a dull shade called
Eiffel rouge.
Toques grow smaller, and aro moto
worn thau over.
Black silk stockings are in good taste
tvlth any kind of a dress.
Ribbon baudetmx and metal fillets for
ihocoitluroare much worn.
Tho Sir Joshua fichu grows in
and in fashionable favor.
Large, looso bishop sleeves of laco are
frequently seen on silk bodices,
"Capctine" is tho namo that tho French
givo to all largo low crowned hats.
Shoes nro worn both pointed and
square, but pointed ones nro the more in
vogue:
Palo bluo is fashionably combined with
dark green, and palo green with dark
blue.
Epaulettes and shoulder knots grow
more and more fashionablo as tho season
advances.
Tho dressiest hats nro mado of tulle,
lace and silk gauzes over very slight
wire frames.
White laces aro restored to fashionable
favor, but black and colored ones arc
also in vogue.
Tho popular hat of tho passing month
is tho light sailor hat of straw in any
color preferred.
Combinations of green and bluo aro
very fashionable, but one' or tho other
color must bo very dark.
The soft silk sash is the boon of tho
passing season to women who must wear
thoir gowns of last summer.
Sunshades in bright yellow or dull red
iilk aro mado very becoming to the
bearer by a lining and flounce of black
lace.
v ioiet tinted Venetian crupalinc forms
an oxqulsite toilet for a 4 o clock tea.
Gold embroidered bands look dainty on
,,e ijiac silk blouso and petticoat.
Bodices of bright cashmere are worn
at the seaside with plaid mohair and taffeta
silk skirts. Tho bodices and sleeves
are as elaborate as tho skirts aro plain.
Tho ostrich plume covered parasol is
the very latest freak in sunshades. Some
aro seen with plumes half a yard long,
from tho top to tho edge of the canopy.
Tho gigot or leg of mutton sleeve, all
In ouo piece, and with its fullness at the
top wrinkled around the arm, Is tho
growing favorite with the Paris dressmakers.
The empire sleeve with a puff around
the nrmhole, and like a coat sleeve
is favored most by Worth, but
Worth is not the leader now that ho was
in the past. (
With low shoes of bronze, black or
russet kid, silk stockings nro worn to
tnnfpli ,.., nrtliov ..., .. IrwItirL ......... altmlou ,..,
of 0uei ,rown or groot fluciy 8trLaw
with bright red, yellow or white.
Small hoops covered with red crochet
cord mako an excellent towel rack for
country nouses, and tho making of them
nffords a nico occupation for old ladies
on the piazzas of summer hotels.
Old dresses and very plain and simple
ones can bo conrerted into dressy kowjib
by tho addition of detachable plastcrns,
tyretelles and waistcoats of various kinds,
along with the use of sashes, collars,
cuirs and scarfs,
The late Paris dresses, according to
Huriver's Bazar, havo elaborato bodices,
boulTant sleeves, very straight skirts, no
bustle, and very short steels that nre al-
most InvWMe, whllo elfectlng the
poseof supiortiiijj tho back breadths of
the skirt. New York Sun.
CURIOUS THINGS OF LIFE.
A dentist in Ycrlc, Pa., extracted a
lady's thirty-two teeth all she hnd at
a single sitting.
There is said schoolboy at Kingston,-
N. Y., who 6tudioa hard and commits
his lessons to memory well, but If
lie goes to sleep forgets all that ho has
learned.
Ward Stoking, of IiufTalo. has discovered
his biatt'r, who with him, in childhood,
was abducted alid loft by a mysterious
loatman on Ward's Island. The
couple never met since.
Chan ChuSing, a converted Chinaman,
has been licensed as a local preacher in
tho Methodist Episcopal church, and will
engage in mission work among his own
people in Los Angeles, Cal.
Henry Ncwshom, a venerablo member
of the Carlisle, Pa., bar, was seized with
an attack of vertigo recently, during
which he swallowed his false teeth He
...,..., .............i.. aC ,......1 nt...i.i.... .1. .i.
,J USWUilLU Shutting IU UV.HII.
A chiropodist will henceforth bo at-(
tached to every German regimeuL This
may seem rather odd, but keeping sol-,
diers' feet in order is one of tho most,
important elements of successful war.
All olfnnslvn trmilr mltwl nn
,. in tho .! -... ', ...T
ment deiwt at low Oxford.
Adams county, Pa., a few days ago. On
being opened it was found" .to hold ladles'
favouring apparel well soaked with
uapthalino to keep off moths.
A farmer near Parkersburg, W. Va.,
claims that ono of his mules was scared
to death by lightning. The lightning
knocked down a 6hed under which the .
5 to a in'
7 1; a m
7 4 a in
Arr Winchester".' 3 3' p p in
4 10 p in
Lve Lexluzton , 3 45 p ill 7 1)0 a ni 3 45 P m
T .. I',,,. 4 J p 111 8 53 a in I 35 P"i
Lve Falmouth I30 p in 9 '3 a 1111 5 07 p ra
ArrCo meton. . l 111,10 J$ a in 7 so p m
Arr Cincinnati . 6 43 P unto 45 7 HP m
On iheMaysville Hranch, No 9. leaves Purta at
8 00, a 111 and No. 11, at 5 43, p in, arriving at
Maytvilleat 10 15, a in, and 8 to, p m. No. IC
lenvcsMaysvilIv.it 5.15 a in, arriving at Paris at
7 40, a 111. No. 11 lerfvrs Maysville at I 10 and
arrives at Paris at 4 05, p in. These trains are
daily except Sunday.
No 43 leaves Lcxincton 10 oj am; arrives Paris
ri.Ue,XcV?..S,r
I 5 15 pm;arrivt Falmouth
7 w : oxcot t Sunday.
N 7Wse Falmouth, 600 am; arrie Cincin-
nati 755 am; except btindav,
.Vo" leaves Cincinnati 1 jo a m; arrives
mouth 103011 in; Sunday nnlj.
No. jj leaves Falmoutli 4 15 nt; arrives Cin-
cinnati 6 ij p m j Sunday only.
Train Notes: No, t runs ilaily heteen'Lexlng.
trtn ;iml Cincinnati. No runs Umly betwo.n
v - iiuiiinaii anu i.tMingion
Sin. 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester
lor points nn the N N V M. V. Uy
No 4 nukes this cnnectionat Lexington.
IMPORTANT this line now arrive
at and depart front the Central Union Passenger
Station Cincinnati, malms connections for all
points North, I'.ait and 't.
Through tickets and kinase checked to any
destinatinn rescheil by a railroad.
For full p HKuhrs address any agent ol the Co.
K. H. 1IACON, S. I". 11. MORSE.
lravabu Pass's'r Ant., Ceu'l Ins'?'rAit,
Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky
ILL HUNTINtiTuN, Oaner.il 51
.rNliRVL OFFICE.S
Chamber of Commerce lluildmg, Clnrinnati, O
mule was standing nnd tho animal started ;
. ,, , ,
to run, und kept 1. up until it dropped
dead.
'
Tho most forgetful voung man in
dir county, 1 a., recently went to town
tviiii ma uusi, gill, uuu wuou tuo limo i
came for his return, actually left with
out her and proceeded several miles before
ho happened to think that ho had
forgotten something.
Bolivia lias ono of tho most interesting
exhibits at Paris. It is a practical and
natural sizo model of u lead mine a
famous ono out of which many largo
fortunes liuvo been made. The ontranco
to it is through a special pavilion, erected
by tho Ikilivfun government.
MISS KATE 1IOGLE
Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public
Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890.
JOSEPH II. PAXTON
Is a Candidate for County Attorney, subject to
the action of the Democratic party
HARRY A. EVANS
I a Candidate fur Surveyor of Lincoln county,
subject to the Democratic Primary Klectiou, to bo
held October 19, iS4j
W. F. McCLARY
Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public
School", subject to the Democratic Primary F.lcc
tien to be held In October
W. L. DAWSON
Is a Candidate for Imlur of Lincoln Couutv, sub'
ject to the lotion ot the Democracy.
OTIS P. NEWLAND
Is a Candid tie for laller of Lincoln Countv. sub
ject to the action oflhe Democracy.
1 ,
SAM M. OWENS
Is a Candidate for re.elcntion as Jailer of Lincoln
county, sublect to the action of the Democratic
P"f.
G. S. CARPENTER
Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject
to the aulon of the Democratic party
J. N. 3IENEFEE
Is n Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of
the Lincoln County Democracy.
E. O. KENNEDY
laa Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County,
subject to the action of the Democracy.
31. F. ISrlnklcy
Is a Candidate for Clerk ofthe Court of Appeals,
subject to the action of the Democratic party,
Elcc.ion August, tin.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Good lloiuand Lot at Maywood Suitable for
doctor or teacher (iood school-house on lot
Apply to D. L. STKI'IIKNSON,
41 Maywood, Ky
Attention, Coal Humeri.
I keep on hand a No. I rjualitv of Jcllico. Lily
and Nut Coal in uiy yard Leave your orders at
Yard or S S Mers storu aad they will be attend
cd to promptly. J. U. IIIGCINS,
6j Starford. Ky.
Kifty one Acres of No. i
FOR SALE. If!
.and tor sale, lauoncr
address A. K. Denny, Shrl Iby City, Ky.
For S&lo Fublioly. '
Ma In; located in Pallas, Texas, and eipvctlnic
to make it my home dur.ng l.fe, I will sell public
lyon
Tuesday, October 1, 1889,
My Farm Of 120 Acres, on the Turnerivillc
and McKinney pike, iS miles from Turncmilte,
in Lincoln county. The Farm has on it a coin
fortuble hem-e, barn, meat liuuse, Ac, a tine cistern:
is well fenced with new cedar and locott
posts and rails; in splendid repair, with never-falling
stock water, convenient to churches, Rood
schools and within 1S4 milesof McKinney, a station
on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad. 'I here
is not abetter Karm taking sue into
consideration, in Liucolu county. It will hate to
be irn to be appreciated. Sale to begin prompt
ly at m a. m
I will also sell publicly at t o'clock p m on the
same day my House and Lot in McKinney. 'this
Is a nice little cottaae with 5 rooms, servants' room,
veranda in front, side Horch, with a neserfsilln;
well ot tfooj water on back porch, meat house,
buggy house, stable and cowhouse I adtertise
this property to sell and when I say that, it goes,
if I only naif one bid on it. My terms are reasonable
For further particulars see J. V. Given
or DavL Alcorn, who lives on the farm, or Col
Hall Andcrsun, McKinney, or write 10 me 3n and
Sjj Main street, Dallas, Texai.
,4-td K. T. YOUNG.
Kentucky Central
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"THE SHUHTE5T ANU IJUlUKEbl HbUlt
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CENTRAL KENTUCKY
Tiall P ii.ts
UQMU, S6$L WiESTrANp.
FAST LINE BETWEEN
LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI.
SCHEDULE IN 1IFFKCT MAY ia, iSSo
No 1. No. 4. No 6
South-Hound. Kx Sun.
K Sun.) Daily
I.ve Cincinnati .. 8 to a m 8 co p m ' 35 I'm.
Lve Cosiniton..., S 30 am1 So; p 111 4J P m
Le Falmouth.... o a mi y 17 p in 4 oJ p m
Arr l'aris ti to a oiio j p in1 5 40 p ra
Arr Lexington-, 12 CO p w II oo p m 0 jo p m
Lsc Paris II zo a m 5 m
Arr Winchester.. i a 05 p m I o 30 p in
Arr Hichmond..., 1 js p in .'.'.!.'.'. 1 7 30 P n
Arr Lancaster..., 4 o p in
Arr StuiforJ 4 5 P
I.ve Richmond . 45 P 111
Arr 11: re a 3 00 P in
Arr Lexinston.. 5 20 P 111
North-Hound. No. 3. No. t. 0.5.
I.ve I. Kingston. . 5 00 a in
l.e Ilerca. 10 5 a m
Arr Richmond.. tj45 a in
It". ve fitllI.forj 7 00 a in
'.,e ;""' 7 40 a 111
9 45 a in
,. :i,-4-- 3 40 in
Traders. Horsemen and
FARMERS, Stockmen ot the counties
01 Marion llovlt, Lincoln, Warrard and W.Mhlii(
ton win nnn alltlie nevvi relating to matters of in
terest to tnem
the lead rr.pV'of ADVOCATE,
Central Kentucky, I issued I uotdny and rridayof
each vvcek,$tper vear Sena $ ictus and try it
for three months Addreisll U llj) le, llun ,cu
Man.iKcr, Danville, Ky 15
FOR SALE!
A. M. Fcland has ijoml Milk Cows for sale, all
thoroughbred Shorthorn, with cles 10 dysld,
having had calves within 14 hours of dill other
A ood chance to jet a tfood cow and a thsruttif h
bred bull calf chrrp Also hue some nice young
bulls ready forsemcc,
37 A. M. Hi LAND,
Stanford, Kv
For Sale I
I with to sell my farm of M a, res situated 011
the Lancaster pike two miles from Stanford Hie
land is all in jruss; .1 comfortable dwelling of 4
rooms is situated upon it Will sell at a bargain
4t O. A IHiS'LDICT, Stanford
S. O. DAVIS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
MT. VMRNON, Jv V.
Office next door to Whitehead's Druf More.
Spscial attention giten to dueatet of children
Sails, Shingles and Shoes For Si!e,
Ten Thousand Flat Kails acd 10,000 Poplar
Shingles,
I have on hand Men's, Women's Mistes' and
Children's Shout, made )v Alter. Forwo! & Co.
and Mundclle, which I will sell nt the ery low est
prices t hate bought them and they must be '
sold My stock is complete and thutc who want
bargains can cet them uy raiting. I mean r
W C Ii.UI.r.V, Turnersville.
JACKSON HOUSE. !
I
LONDON, KENTUCKY,
CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR
I
Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished, lirtt j
class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day ami night ,
Trains are met by Polite Porters ol this Popular
'
House. 1
ENtabllslietl 1825.
FOE XlTSTiTRAlTOaJ
On Dwellings, HoumIioM Furniture, Smres, Merchandise,
A , apply t j the old
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co.
Lightning clauses atU' he I and damajes paid
whe trier nre cntuet or nit
17 GEO H HRL'CF., Agent.
WOOD 4 WALLA6E,
.Man's Outfittor I
jlj Fourth Avenue,
Louisville, - Kentucky.
NEWCOMB HOTEL.
MT. VERNON, KY.
This eld and well-known lloteljis still maintain
lug its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special
attention to the tru eling public.
M. V NtWCOMll, Prop.,
Mt Vernon, Ky.
0. H. arilOBERTS, M. D.,
I
STANFORD, KY.
Olficcou Lanciitrr Street, opoite
Havins removed to this n,ai.e from t. incur, to
practice his profession, ritlls ol the
pub lie to the fact that he ill oe read) at all hours
day or nli:M to anmrr calls in town "T country.
Thirty years ofhli lite were spent in Slsafsrd and
he deems it unnecessary to speak tl his ability as
ph)slclan and urfem A share uf th patron-
tne people 01 oianioru sivumj ,.au
G. A. BENEDICT c& CO., 1
I Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, , 1
STANFORD. KY
Weill drilled to order and I'umpt turimhd
I factory prices.
I. 31. HKl'CE,
Willi AND rSSD STABLE,
STANFnllD.KY
SPF.CIU. AITI.NIION tOMMKltf IAL
travelers Horses and muU 'jiitiht an 1 ssld
Onh ' 1 'e- 11 d n 1 tr
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WALTER A.WOOD HARVESTING CO.
Old Ky. Eoite
N N.AM Cc Ell
Only one Night out to New York.
Slid Vestii'uled Trains tn
Washington, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Now York, I
Passing all the Famous Viiainia Spruits I y d.iv
liht and arrmni; at Ol I IVint t' nifuri and the
Sea Shore the next aitcrnonn
Time Card 111 Lffcct July 1, 1
F.nt.Mail F.i.tVes Fj-,1
KASTW'ARI. I).lil 1
' Kx Sun , Pally
Lve Stanford lis 31 n'n 1 7 .11.1
" Lexington ill 45 am' 6 jo pm 7 i am 1
"" Winchester, ....... !u j pin1 6 jS pin a 10 am
" K. L'. Junctioa.. I 1 0,1 pis, 1 1
" Mt. Sterling 1 1 ': i" 7 40 pm1 S ;i am
' Presiuii . I 1 oj jun ' q 101m
" Morehead 3 10 pm I 43 pm in 3) am
' Olive Hill I 4 01 pm 1 o am
Ashland I o 05 pm to 40 pm 1 t pm
Cttleltslurif 6 jo Jim 10 jj pin 1 4 pm
' Huntington I a 5.) pm 1 a jo am 1 13 pm
Arr White Sulphur . fi it am 111 jj pm
" Charlottsville. . . 11 rxi ami 4 oj am
" Washington a 50 pm 8 10 uni
" Ihlilmurc 3 33 pm .t 118 mil
' Philadelphia 6 j pmiii jo uni
" New York 9 it) pm 1 .upiu
" Rlehniond, Va... a 40 pm 8 o' urn
' OUIPoliitComfurl J 0 pm 11 jo .1111
Norfolk 6 35 pm u ,j 11
RclurnuiKt fust Ycalibulud fimn Nlw oikulid
all eastern points arrives ut NYinclirster 4 ( p in
and l.tixlntton 4 17 p m staily. Fust mad Imiii
lliiininlnii and all point ut arrive WiiilIk",
tir 11 33 a ni and l.exinsjKMi 11 4 noon daily I
vvpt biinday Fast express from iluii'injjti.n,
Parkersburg and Winding arrive Lexii k'uu
10 at p in daily I
Olive Hill acciniino'l.iiioii oiHve Wincltesier
7 10 a lit and I.oxirut"H 10 a m, le tves I.eMiiian T
5 40 p in, Winchester 6 40.
For tickets and Information wriifor iiiiplv to
tl V. IIAKNLY, F.cki Agent
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J. T. STTTTOXT cSj CO.,
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Are st 'l i !'.' i is - an till n ,! i-v
thins l'i tb t'n.l, ! k ,n We hve a lull
since of a Csm is of i. kliiJ. nuu Rohes
of every lecr pi,iii Hur hn'e, which is nearly-new
flsn he o' t h '. slort notice Mr J II
Orcen hatch tit, h',iii uiness and will show
our goods t nv vit ,ui!mv iithiii( In ni r
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STANFORD ROLLER" MILLS
All perxins ivishiw a pleasant life and well
pleaed wife I't then u I'aicnt Flour made at
Stanford Koher Mills Call for it at your
, snd if they lie not got it on hand, ure
them to krep u or vet ar order from them and
get it at the Ml i an I will guarantee a pleasant
and interesting utnl)
oJ V X I'M ITS. Superintendent
CRESS & DIARIST,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Mt. Vernon, Ky.
Coal and limbsr l.tnjs ami Farms fur sale, Cor;
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Good turnouts and aaddie'horse.alw.,. to, hire
on reasonable terms London is the most
lent point on the railroad to reach places in the
m the mountain tion of the Mate is
THE MYERS HOUSE
E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor
No Hotel In Keatu ky hat a repulstioa,
anJ Its propr.et,,r Isleternlns i tht
shall lie maintained
He ha recent!) aided to Its appointments
Pool and Billiard ParlorH
A First-Class Llvory Stablo
To tKe demands of bis increased
transient patrnnige, llet Turnouts furnished
Commercial I'raielcrs and others
'THE (tALT FIOUSE,
LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST
HOTEL IN THE CITY.
RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDING
TO ROOMS.
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