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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888062601 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 1888 $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. fr Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. COD Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 26, d888. NO. 39 Roasting Bradley. L. IS IJUYB AND NOTHING KM jtrnt laboratory nil impcttrct work. "A (or ('mil, . perfect,'' nlw.ij ami nf hoi) necci r III ; and who miy isiinsay so piling I) cripturt I - HUSTONVILLE. t to Plt'AWK TIIK I.OM). I.KTT.-.I. is Imperfection striiRKhtig towards i "When the convention reassembled "Science, fals.ly so tailed," thus' Dick commencement exercises of ' the Committee on Credentials wan not .bines' makes (iod's starting point its goil. j Dial Is it ,,1art!,f rC elemelitar) mid fatal error, wor.othim a lilulider. ready, and thit allbrded a line opportifi II Irn.tlil .. llontimiC.OKN.jBMil.HM ........... I, is acme, commit. H. A l.l.el upon reputation. .Mr. linullcy ' is a born - Intkri.ih -- I desire It to be kept sleidll) IliA,,,, , teacher ami teems to be apptc- ,lolnlcllU. liai.tLhM ,, , of Kentucky, whose nieat run for (iov l.elo.e the p.ildic that the tru,; issue between the q WlS , fcer ciated as such in the "Southland." Her ..... I roup. r.aiieli..ie crnor was one of the phenomena of re,.rc.irher.'n..dthe M) ()J we ,haM fron, in ' lyone.v.s Whi.l.ll.e kci.h Ju.i now in till- - ttoMllwfccf. ,m.rfci.lini, s,4i ,,, onglll For cent Southern polities, has been vici- many friends and former I lo Ihl. Kentucky expect to hear increasingly world ofour.' J he ( h ( ( c n ously pressed for the Vice I'rehideney. Hatteri..; I desire I. Ii I he only thin decline side Issues reports from her enterprise. frum (;uj . . . The presstiie was Inrjjely aniinated by , slandered chirutrr of our Cod; establish tne , r....i i... A member of our board of school I" ' "" "'? " "V j at all, that He is i mcrKCT and cannot be Impro,-"A- W the claim Unit he is an orator of powers win h, helnK ln", " ref- ilimtlllii," tdupon. All admit (III, Hut I advance one step so splendid, of possibilities so incalcula- trustees put me on the defensive in ' erence to mv laudatorv notice of said ll l nut tlicna iiucAtl.tn of putiUliiiienl, ,,d legally assert that His work., being ble, as to insure that if he were permitI cmphaslr both, far fec t board in Tues.lay's pajier. He ..Ilexes be impr.iwj upon, by Himself or s the convention his nomi- that it is imnrobable and even imnossi. m .re than they do, (or I can do 11 from my .land- - otlier t defy the world to up.et tin. legitimate ted to add re.-and li.mr.ly; cofoirj , tl,e something like nation would be miulc absolutely cer- hie that any three families could exhib point ilh proposition whereas tl... charge I make against tin- orthodox! When, ihe.cforc, 'n. thr beginning, God crca-is.lh- at tain. Whoever was responsible for this '.'1 (rom ,,, ,(MM,n ai, they DM.- -, not procl.lm Turin ,ieMhj.. ,eJ. Wl,n.a, ,K.r aiiuiiiiK error cannot make hiiHicicnt it children of pupil age and demands . nc, u...u r,xt al ttlPlr alll,or nr ;0j i, , a retraction. The case, however needt the paipil. escepi on rare or. ........ atonement to Mr. Uradley. There have but to be stated to be won. loon empty pes, IT they 010 ."sot one noue.i "WIIHOUI rOKM AND VOID." When I mall among tlieni but aiiiinri and feel, (hit deeply lint they wrrr marri'd, in the id 'I tit been Southern orators from the days of state that the ollicials in question are shall hear dear Moody, (or vnample, preach "lieatem," a. . (itrard. ou dico.r b) transient Traueis .Marion and Patrick Henry to L. 15. Adams, K. I). Kennedy and J. 1. 100 sermons, and never discover from them all al'utiun, in other part, of tciipture, but liiri-no- t the days of Tom Marshall, and a host of that there 1. Mich a place a. an ..inil'.lto. tioode, an appreciative public will bear iprclally dr.crlU'J;und "tbo rartli," hich, hell at all He I. e. teemed, and Justly o, the bcintj our aboJr and morr nearl) affictilii' III, it new men whose llowery race and trop- me out as having told a highly plausible NoMest Koman of the-- nil," and I mention lilm morn p ainly de.iguated, Utximci "hiiIioui torm ical ardor have at least interested, if story. in thl, or and ,old '' liceau.e he i the grrate.t soul-sathey have not deeply impre-.sed- , their I ilulleitge contradic Powers has created quite a breeze age, since 1'aol any other It It il.ti.hr, on the tital mint, Ht to Who cooler Northern brethren, but to place asv lion n thi. point. I dare in grace onl in mercantile matters. Steele, the only mailr thi earth 'without f'.rm and told" that Mr. Uradley in the category of even the prrachcr, of ail) denomination, to till mc the (iod wathe. III. hand, of the matter by declaring other dry goods man in the village, has of aermon. he Venturis to preach in which l.aiah amateuis of the Lyceum or the rousing caught 4j 18, "I created it nor '"illioul form'" the spirit of the time and is he plainly insists that Con -- ill eternally damn An) cro-sToa- d niass-meeti.nr who can cnntult a llvl.rrtt dictiouar) declaimers of the spreading his tidings of reduced rates in the man who reject. 111. Son; or even the man ma) ice that thn word tralitlatrd 'wit liont form" ii vr, it jo do him a reat injustice. wholead.an ungodly life I "HI venture to af- In C.'ti i j i pnclfl) thn .amr term tran.lated every direction. Hilly Williams has There are certain indispcnsables in or- been on greatest t.f csangcliits, firm that If Moody, the the road some ten days driving 'in tain' in l.aiah 4j'il I'nhapp) traii.lationt atory. An orator must think, an orator an old weir a.ked plaml) grey on w hose sides at- t( 1. .1.. ..... I...!. . .!.. .. ill iIjimii an an the fruitful Murce ol dimcultici, at all tchol- - must , . ......... i """ i.i..,.. l .... ., . rvi. ..... art kiio:aiidourfr.-it..n-cenfett rrvi.ion, of ver.lon. an coiiceiu' a scheme in an oration; the name of "Steele" is emblazoned in . lino, i.cv.i.h ...iii. and prltatc, orator must have a purpose to accomi public ,, ,. .iniierdamnt hm.ell. 'and he would iiuate, tlariug red p.tint, and which draws a In. (lien, kiio , iIwukIi for llio tirite it plish. His purpose may be only to en- Ihen di.lroyed t)h, I. rati, thmihatt spring wagon laden with paints and m idr the , It nratiir kllno . tin1 raaj wiuii paste earth ' itho.,1 form" Cod did not do it Ht.n u'liuiii, I us is and brushes and placards for etter- 1.I.J ' e., Ktanlinit that .In I. tuicldal "..V, , tint much informailon brlnst untprikable re irf llO.lt.tl l.tlt,l...Pt ( tfl.fl lit.!.. ..1.1., I "- - ' lint t,v,rc" tr,.,. unit iwwt niwl It.i.ti inn! ".. tiflua danina-damn hun alto, with It ward, oil the lirartlr.. accu.atlon. of .ctentific theme is utterly barren and even repug .' fence in West Lincoln and Casey. lion,; and .end lilm to hell a. ...... i nu .Nature, or .krptKt and brlievcr. that our (,od in creation mint to his own sensibilities, as was re orify the 1UT una of III. to r Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hiitl'man, of Liba. te.liHed to the imKitnite of l.K".i'in. lth i,. cently his misfortune in St. Louis, he in other wold., I. 'he that bcli'tctli ""l .hall . . ' a liPitlnttltt,. lit. ..II III. qtiln.3l lif i.r in itnln. erty, are visiting here. Joe is weatinga tlamned a .cnlcnie Col. ArfKiivka or; : .,( unbrliil, lute iuantit) of molten iuff, tluliK wbirlini; (mm can, as he did, charm his hearers by the Cleveland hat and looks as if meditating t amnalion a threat from l.oii In III. hand fur thn .tint, muoiit and l.ir that dot polish of his phrase mid the fascination tloe (toll liolili Mltiition or pultlns ilaiiolhtr Mr. Thos. Cecil staits for Haiti-mor- e it bolt. ! .. beaten. . . . of his personal manner. An orator's un ha no, a drawn wotu ... am-im"i -i. .1.. in this week for the purpose of lookNo, dear reader, if Cod be (iod, wlnt Hr made, apprnteO, purpose may be only to bewilder, in or- ing ainner Iwth are hi., and had no"rtoliitlon in it. or an advance (rom im. after an estate of some $1,000,000 in wl.l taltallon and ifhedo.e not ih der that he may afterward persuade. which I hev i.hri.omena be perfection to perfection he it interested to the extent of lum foreter In lotta to aiwlher rtsilm, at we ee rrr loni; I This is the mode by which Mr. Gladiuaivl) f, iciwat, . uch a ..uction wa. one-thirCharlie Itishop's pious U'hilMi.ir i.iirri stone generally proceeds. .. t.i.. !..!... It has been a friends are becoming anxious lest Dan hlnt.rlt i .iu itnl tlfn.iri.f .i... .MimmI, ., j. the) cine I reel), griicroiiil) Iwehomelliem favorite ,i, tl.e wouldu ll.AKtanwcr.jHatl),"e method with Mr. Blaine, and Slaughter's good cheer and exuberant And .fl... V. fact l.a. Mcred a th.n from Humboldt or Uith these experts in o,.hodo,belkl...dl.l-.W.t- e llnance ami eco- vivacity of spirit may tempt him to uu belle, a. from the drtoute.t hone.tl) and earue.tly preachd .uch a doctrine. i,r er that ever knell at Je.iit,, feet, ami wurtnipped nomics can safely undertake almost any del take feats unbecoming 7 hit ork an an evaMi;ellti in an interest... potvrr ol with adoring zratituuranu wte time, ami with almost any audience, so t empl) .rat. wniild ing invalid. The bicycle industry has FHOM OKOKCIHO. IJAHXKS peifect.n.i ' ... ( ri'joict' In iinothiT L'liiiitl mm loiuliiiK it'pulilican ihiikt of no North .... his It the fund iment.il blunder nf CMluthn Mliich vniti'tl ihoii ,; alhclttlcor christian tint it Jan- to predicate west, U tlio intwt iiiikiiitlcHt cut our li illy Have received a nntier fioin Atltiuttt of (toil lniKHCfCTIiiv, as kccii in HIS works A, hat ever leeched fioin or foe: which ,ives a llattcriii": account of the protopl litis fi out tin.' CliititL'u Inbuilt', ,. BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! im "I'nde wl,e,r o, .,,, nitytoemia V""1'" .................. ... Surreys, Phaetoi.3, Buckboards, Road 0art3 and Spring Wagons, "r the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over ..,,. ,,,, ,,. imrI(t lerlhinl.cJIlcHl !. ... '! l'n ,,, Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better 3, and inciude3 30me of the very best vehicles made for the trade. Gome and see our goods before making your selections. You Wlllbe astomshed to see such a stock in Stanford. JU. W. Jbiiii K Jti J. , 3MI AJlV'Cr'W . MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. or.,al d.na ,,, lJtiU. (;j ,err "O y ..., thelfl" ,,",,'"r'w (.I, ,.,. ..,.,. ,,.,., ,..,,. ".' ... ICE CKEAM FREEZERS T. R. WibkXTOlT'S. Extracts for Ice Cream AT- ,... a, '.... ..... ... ......:. ....... .,.,,,, ,,. ..'.,,',.. ,' T. R. WALTON'S. ELEGANT GREEN TEA AT ...., in in.o.ttry i, rmill), wlI l, .... ' Cd I. Ite and if T. R. WALTON'S. NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED AT FRUITS Nothing l,rrtll. .j k. I'n " lube Continue.!.) of all truly ..uce.tfBi inini.ti.r. ii Among the retviit tliscoeriet ill M'i- 1 hen, why not .bout it oh the houtitap.' have bugbear In ur creed or confct.ion that allll lllfllli-t- l V, HOIK' is IllOre illlM)r- S hy IH.lcndlo cannot be b.e.tly piocla.med' thllll tile Uses to wlliclt COIIllllOll ulicie what we .tudiou.ly Ignore, and keep a llllnHI, ' propcll.V put lit a lcaV- l be u.rd b, dead letter" on the Matut. Ilouk, ' a. a club to break the head, uf "hrllet filing llgfllt, lllld which indicate that mndrl.-tr." and put them, e.er, In a fal.e K,it on? It I. t liiit. familiar salt is hereafter to perforin neliherhoaett nor politic and it .. reelllnK. In nt.tiu. ,,,rt in the Jireparatioil of our! thctelaltrr da).,a a very .boomerang-- ' of di (l.ilv fIM)lJ ' , atruction on the Church I vsi tint, und deploie I he carbonate of ammonia it an ex- - 'n., the i.er Ammonia in Bakfng Powders. ,.ce r,,t . to impart toother, ttlutl alrrtd) kuew.it mc, a I full) ballive, b) lilt "ipiril". upon piecepl; here a "Line upon little, ihrir a little," the patient Instructor tiiiisht HI, lumiierinR iinilthirating pupil, till it ttood out a contlttrnl and beiutilul whole "a tiling of beau came to bad, powerful,' ruler of the darknett of thi. woild" alone aoltet the rlddlr;relir,e. the charac upon It, clCnl of the bud Mopproblum andlclt the oppret.ed reader ol the boo or na dee (are and of Ktace of m) preachiRk', I hi. then it the wdc object vk to make my hearer to aware of the detil. ,H,w,r and pcrtonalit) that they may lire to Je.u. at the helplett duck tlec. to the ptolocliHK moth- er ....... ft"" the toopofth.cmo,.,U. hawk, or the .Inner iodic cot ert ofCod'a ".iron- - lo- cr, from the pmle.. claw, and detouriBK' treth the roarini; liun." ood htiht of ' nd I know, that to line the ., al. -fa.ih becomcaa real w.rfarr. loal love, we follow a red' Cipialn of Siltation.' t real .ijani.t emus "aiiuthcr K.nif Jetiit.'-a, whoheud.a rnal arm), can the uvi!.AKt . . !. r' "I'n.ce oltne poweroi u.e a.r, in. the brethren ,'" the "god of thl. world." all till., I ay, make, our religion a reaht) and not a .liun, do and will tor all the senutnefratly within batile for the riht One at ajaln.t the w ronj one Itl.noloeracontr.t o( ab.tnction. but the, ticht oflaith,' wlioeend It awured ticto-,? wt.,- -, a .ketch, i hate lately .rlltcn, -ill a.k )oii to print W helliar I thill hat c,r,rev,..ic.u.f..ll)a,,d,.ut u. . nent thapc I do not know ; but I trutt It mil) be o. cdbi the ,Matterc,eninltarteHtimMrfctform think lit iuphcatioii timol). I think It ole. btlute, that, iif.edlr..ly dilucull .lue.lion. ". b,at,fl ir..d.. ,t u. 'hid. all die d.ar to den from the wi,e and prudent but rute-ilebait," who U at their Ktlii" lo'-- t to lorn ll I troe It no hatt) ihouKht; but lutlc b) little, at A j jlJtepl ' cr .. ,. Place It Mllatile substance. UM j)rti(,, of it llH)ll II kllife lllld hold n ,:,,f, lllld it will almost i,medi- tl'I.V U ei.tltvly developed HltO gits .111,1 p:is.s oil' into the air. The gilS thus form-- 1 of llltrogell t., H n himple composition nn) hvilroftl. No residue it left from ", the ai.llllollia. IhisgUeslt Its Mipeil- oritV Its a leavening power over soda lllld cream of tartar Used alone, and has in-duce.l its use as ii supplement to these A small quantity t.f ..... .......a 'TUl'll'- -. ill the doilgll is fllectlVC 111 producing bread that will be lighter, sweeter and , ,()ltm,K. tllttll that Hsell 1)V tlllV upon by the heat of baking, the leavening gas that raises the dough is liberated. In this act it uses itself up, as it were; , superbly to marshal arrays of facts that their premises will perforce be granted in sheer hopelessness of understanding leni; ami once that state of mind is pro-- 1 . '. duced, the spell is at work which wins converts ami columns tne devotion ol partisans. What purpose Mr. Uradley bail is easy enough to divine. It 'was double. He meant to delight the convention and he meant to pursiu.de it that he is the meteor Hash in the Southern sky. The ma neuvering by which hit opportunity wat .,....,.., i I. ...i ..ii .i ,,. ..co.,.. .... u. ..rear-- , ranged sontaiUMty. Iheiewes genend good nature in the acquiescence of mott of the delegates ... the demand urgently Hiipimrttxl by his true or pretende.l par yielded temporarily at least to the. stiong business competition recently inaugurated hen--. IMcssings on Powers for even tint temporarv respite. 1). J. Ale orn is, for thl. jj.,. admiring his fourth daughter, ft.w-d.ty- T. R. Scaling: Wax Fruit Jars &AT T. R WALTON'S. The First Cleveland and Thurman Flag. To the Kditor of the Interior Journal Ckah OiKiiviti), June 2.'!. Kvery FOR SALE ! Kifty-one one Acre, on it, hat heard of large rewards lor "linin histin'." Hut few can guess the enthu' y siasm displayed hero when the iininei.se Cleveland and Thurnian ban- ..!(0.U)Ot.. Mjk. M,r W1W hoisUl(1 on Tlio pood folk from Cedar Creek, Fall , Lk.k c Crwk even. , lk,mocRlt, nl)i;,L.( m,ik ,utf to-da- .millhnute Termsca.) 4 of Land, mostly in era,,, with milct on Crab Orchard l'ike. T R WALTON. ,.,,..,,.,. FOR RENT? If abote it reasonable not told figure. I will , ,, rent the home at a T R WALTON. , ws..,.,. FI HIH4 , .;, (, ,.kVltt. ,,.,... j. U.,,.,,.,1 ..... ...... - uo .",, 1 ,,.,. 1 1 (.c-l- iin.t'r.ept tyandajo) (rer ' "CREATION" -- A RESURRECTION. s of What the An Outline for SpiritTencheslnGen. I and 2. "rote all thin.. Hold f.nt that which It Truth-Seeker- Kkh! " and end with hksukkkction Itielliblc 1. There i no oosikl without it For "gupel" It tell, ma tint all that Sal.ni mars oot1new.. (iod will rcttorc (ut of the rum (iod will rear a r m" hi'11 at.itel.er palace. ' (?t f ll"-Outofthe.trong aaweitne.a" before un iome. 'lhegladtidiiKi.thli, howeter hard to known believe J lic.wet er lin.o,iblc, if t e "ualk by ihl," thatGod I. atronger than the devil and all lilt purpotc. trat el on to triumuii, aure and tlgnal So'.re.urrectionpower ' Utile leou for our eu. couragement, limt and latt. Only u"ritcn" Cl.ntt Heaven ha. all power committed unto Him in nndou earth ' Let ut.lt at Hit tcct and learn the c.onofali.lf.forgotteugeand .ee Him "the ame )cterday, today and foreter." be-l- m '"I bcliosljlltef"r'' bate I Kjken,'' ing no trace of tlie lesidtitim whatever , ,,., .lkv j,,,,,;..,,,,,,, so' ' K"sinible III biscuits, etc., ami so sough it after by inifessional cooks, is said to be imparted to the... only by the use of this ....tilt " 'he bake.s mid baking pow.ler n.anu- factuieit producing thelinest goods have been quick to avail themselves of this useful discoveiy, and the handsomest and best In end and cake are now largely risen by the aid of ammonia combined, of course, with other leavening material. Ammonia is one of the best known pioductt of the labratoiy. If, at seems to bo justly claimed for it, the application of its properties to the purposes of cooking, results in giving us lighter and n.oi e wholesome bread, biscuit ami cake, it will prove a boon to dyspeptic humanity, and will speedily foice itself .into general use in the new lleld to which Scientific it. science has assigned American. ,., j, mXn.y dillllsed, le.lV-'Vi.- mI llr n speecnes were mane they would be extemporaneous and offered to the convention merely at recreative distractions until the belated committee should appeal. At length, after considerable Mr. Hradley was on the rostrum. While it is true that all otators aie not lean, it is generally true that adipose is not intellectual in oratory. Mr. Hradley L. is heavy, florid and rather commonplace Corn sold in Chicago hot week fori in general appearance. The mechanical next May delivery at 47 cents. plant of an orator he possesses in fair form. He has good lungs .indwell-roundeBucklen's Arnica Salve. chest, a good wearing quality of tone, The l.ctt elite in the world lor cut', bruises, EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. ami he is one of the few men who have .orc, ulcer, .alt rheum, fetirt .res, tetter, chapAgricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military ped HanJt, chllliluini, toru.J ind all akin erupspoken in the convention without Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. tions, or no pay rescratching the membranes of the tluoat quiredandItpotttiteli cure topile, perfect satisfacU 'u irjtitocJ (rive COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. before they talked two minutes. Hut tion or niuiict refunded l'rice 35 cent per hot BsT- - Kail term begins September I'J, ISJtS. Kor Cutnloaur and other Information address JA.1I1CH K. l'ATTKKMiN, I'll. I)., l.rxlnoton, Kentucky. Mr. Hradley pioved to have no other For hale t) A R I'ennt, Stinford, K faculties or tiaits of oratoiy. He does Is Consumption Incurable ? not think. In the text of his discourse, Mr C II Morn., NewHe id the following which pioved to be wiittcn, mid to which "W',11 he was several times obliged to turn, ark, Ark , mys. friend, dotn with Ah.ccst of the Lungs, and .ind.phyiclan pronounctheie is not to be found a solitary thought ed me mc an incurable conut!iptitc llcgan (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) which has not been in circulation for l)r King's New Di.totcrt for Consumption, KAVOItlTK LINE I1ETWEKN THE NORTH AND SOUTH many years and is thoroughly worn. Mr. am now on my third bottle and il.le to ot crsee the dilly-dal-lvin- g. ' ) """" '""" oi course, ii.ai .,!,- ,,UMKU, - '"";. hui uiV , 0U Hiwii-imi"- occasional shouts for lames H. I epresen tat I ve .MeCreaivfortheetern.il from this district. Only a small foice from Nanford was present, owing to the fact that many who had picparcd to go were die 'ivel by the lecent change in time of departure of train. Hon. J. F. Higgint and lion. W. O. Hansford, of Cntli Orchard, and the unrouted Joe H. raxtou and magnetic H. I. vanen, ot St'llltnril 1I,iilili.il tho ilioitiinrntlp lio'irt with joy and paralyed the lepublic.uis. int J,y fow im(, 0K. vmM .,,.,. chwr. d STATE COLLEGE i KENTUCKY m m QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. tak-l- Syrup I Naturo's is the easily tnken, and the most clU'cUvo molt on Figs truo laxative of It IN THL HKGINNMNC. o m (Jod created the Heaven, and die earth" lam Why will) on cough when Shiloh'i Cure will willing to believe "out of nothing" a. the ouite relief! Trice ioc, joe and $i oo, ilefine "n give immediate current phrnae ratliej- awkwardly McRoberU&Stagg, Stanford, Ky., aud Crow among u. truth" mo.l nrel belietrd McKinney Ky. tlicm terfkct ud I ttin ccrtVm He created Are you made mlierable by Indirection, Contti He crcite' Can an imperfect llowei.es ... ...i ...ti.i. i ii v i palton, Di.ine,, Lot. of Appetite, Yellow Skin! .MnirconiBlromiipett"." i I.. rL..Ia, .a.I a. tli.. Shiloh'i Vitaluer 1 a positive cure. McRohert ...... k"-".- "' ihermakellietrecKooaauui.. y, corrupt' Our Je.u., ,V Slagg, Stinford, Ky.,and Crow & Co , McKln-ne- remedy known to Clcanso tho Systom when Bilious orCostivo; to dUpol Headaches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Tiles, etc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford. Hradley belongs to no school of orators, unless an eclectic one bo cteated, and he hat selected fiom many speakers and from any number of poor speeches the familiar catches which will bring a cheer from the sympathetic whenever they are utteied, and vvho.se utterances by any man condemns him. Not only did Mr. Hradley present the cabinet of hackneyed quotations with gieatellervcscence of larynx evolving every time applause and generally quiet laughter, but he assayed one bit of Hying in which his metaphor will scarcely bear the ncid of common work on nit f irm It U the finest medicine ever LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' a Middleware, Decatur', Ohio, made '" IN 3$ a HOURS. "Had it not been for l)r King's New Discovery fur Consumption I would hite died of Lun Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. Troubles Wat given up bv doctors. Am now In the best of heilth" Sample bottles free at THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. A. It l'cnn)' druj; store Jce 1 o TIIE TJGXaYS SirO RT LINK. Electric Bitters. This remedy ta becoming so well known md so CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 6, 1888. popul ir .is to need no special mention All who li.tv e used Llectric Hitters sing the same song of TJI?. pr.ii.e A purer medicine does not exist and it Is DOWX. guirantecd to do all that is claimed Ulectrlc traTns TToTnTL" IRAINs SOU III. N0T6, Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and No. 4. No. 8. No, 1. Nli. 7. No. 5, No. 3. STATIONS. No. j. ) Dally. will remove l'imples, Iloils, S lit ltheum and Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily Ex. Sun.1 Daily. Daily other affections caused by Impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the ststcm and prevent as 817 am 4 03 p m S co p mj 7 Ji a m L've Cincinnati .., A'rv! 610am 6 41 pm 10 13 a m 600pm sense. ... 8 30 a m 411pm Wilhamstown. L've j 13 a in well as cure nil Malarial I'evvrs. For cure of otum, s 47 p mi o 35 P m ..Georgetown 7 14 a m 308 pm 410am. Mr. Hradley destroyed tho pretensions Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Ktcc-tri- e to 59 a ml 70J pm 1037 p in ml 7 35 pin it 03 pm 10 15 a m .. .Lexington... 3 43 an 413 pm 700am a 40 pm p Kntire sitisfnctlon g.turanteed or 11 30 Hitters . j hi which had been put forth for him. HeS 30 a m wans inc. lop m la jopmi 8 59 pm 1113 pm a a3 a m 310pm jioam 1 00 p in Junction City 13 pm 9 10 fore he can deliver speeches that will mone) refunded l'rice 50c and $1 per bottle at 300pm ,..... pm 1230a mill 3$ a m 11 05 a m a 05 a m i 30 pm mersei 03 a in' 1 50pm A It I'cnnv's drugstore 7 35 a m wasuaic 6 30 pm help make him an availablu 535am 313pm Ar'v,Chattanooua..ML'vel y jj H'" " J am 7 lop mi 900 gjjam 400am 10 00 pm v oaopm candidate, ho must learn to think, 600 pm I. ve.JliattanooKa...-A- r Its Delicacy of Flavor 830am READ 12Ei.r Kid-nc)- t, I 1 1 M 1 ,. ,....... he must learn that endless iteration of endless twaddle, common in the paltriest amateur debates of rural lyceums, is painful and stupid. He neither delighted nor persuaded. 1 And tho efficacy of its action bavo ren- ,ree corrupt and It. fruit Ky. but IheTrudi, etlle thl foundation principle of the Rc C.eo II Tha)er, of llourbon, Ind. Ktlilt inno uncertain way, in thi. getpel Divine .! ,,i.ln aattltilllt. t "llothmj.tif and wife owe oui lite, to -iay: fonnula.or aacrea maxim, once a.,o ..k i bl.i.phemy to .ay Shlloh'. Contuinptiun Cura. McRotcrt .t Slagg, fect tcally repeated. To me it po.slt.ly turn out of Hi. Stanford, K)., and Crow Co,, McKlnney, Ky. that our Creator can dered tho famous California liquid fruit remody, Syrup of Figs, immensely popular. It Cloanses and Tones up tho clogged and feverish System, and dispell Head Asiatic cholera kills people by the achos, Colds, and Fovers. wholesale and there is no cure for it; For sale by A. H. Penny, Stanford. 1 a mr M, 11 35 pm 4 10 a m Ar v . ..neriuian a m Ar'vNew Orleans 633am 930 a m L've... .Meridian 5 io i 45 pm oro p m loomi... lAr'v....-Attalla- .. 11 la iopm,L ve... llirmliixriani 4 u,i;jiw.h.1. 2 11 13pm. .v. ,l.'vel 900pm 500pm pm Ar'v. 1000 10 ve y ta 35 pm 330am ,.. . . in 10 30 pm (ranter's chicken cholera cure the chicken that is down to perhealth. It is warranted by L't. 400pm 05 am aop mil. ve .Monroe 600 a m p m Ar'v....Shreveport.. N. II. Train No. 9 leaes OaWdile at 5 1$, A M, and arrives In Chattanooga at 9 00, A Chattanooja at 5 00, P. M and arrives at Oalcdale at 8 15. St Mann Roudoir HiilTet Sleeping Cars on all trains. Shiloh's Catarrh Kenedy, n poiiilve cure for II. COLLHKAN, Gen'l Mcllob JOHN C.GAULT, General Manager, Catarrh, Dyphthena and Canker-MoutR. CARROLL, General Superintendent. erts & Sirgi, Stanford, Ky,, and Crjw - Co., General Offices, St. Paul Budding, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio. McKinney, Ky. ,.,. 11 10 4 8 15 Jackson. ......Ar'v 900am L've a mL've..ViclksHurK.. 613pm M. No. 10 leaves .V Past. Agt. xt t "" jjl I Iff. r "" - ' W" ' - ' TTfr - ''! ' l "VT, isTT" ""l " " i. fTTI ' T-- " ' ' -- - --- - f -.. v - i ... . -r; .- - iw'yiyi "TTf n n' ! iimiWl TT ff" i -- BnrtfrT riiiin j it mminyiir qr r i jm n u' m irj m r rtrrr "I ri r" - - iWwii'W' 'M"' '" J i j" i " urn j ' i M'"my .'. ' ' ' m hi ). i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journbl Kv.. I Stanford, Junk " i'' y. P. WALTON. HARRISON, The Notwithstanding, tinue to Wave. Iiicllnii-a- n Gets There tronty ami evcrv iiImfc of it; helimlconi- In voting to goufniittt'd n still 'Ktvutorc-rtmnuttinilisEU Chiiinmcti mid nivc tlicm thu right of HiiffhiKu and that Allison wuse.x- mtly in tlio Hiinui boat. An effort was insult to plarutu Harrison with firoiul ' plan., but lu said with nnu'h warmth: "I had made up my mind sometime ago never to iniiku a race apiln for an office I Would nut nccept j that I did not want. the second place on the national ticket, accept a cabinet position nor would should a lepublican be elected." I ;X.'S:''SS"!;a 1 And the Bloody Shirt Will ConMORTON OR PHELPS FOR 2D PLACE. The situation was entirely changed by the .Sunday's work, as the following shows. Tlie Maine howlers didn't prove as strong as they claimed. .Special Dispatches lo ihe Interior Journal.) Louisville, June 23, 2 p. i. Benja- Tiik republicans are going to make a big display towards carrying Kentucky this year, but it will be labor anil money lost. The indications are that we shall return to our old time majority instead of repeating thu disgraceful performance of last year. Such guns as McKinley, Foraker, Sypher and others are to fire off at various points in thu State during the campaign, but their cartridge might as well hu blank for the good they will do. min Harrison, of Indiana, nominated on t ji, I H. f t aii v 8 , i Bi,. I :. s - Ik Pattkkson was hung at il o'clock Friday and stowly strangled to death. His W. 1. Emkiimix. vote is last words were, "I am as clear of Jennie MYJISJUfc babe. Bowman's blood as a HOW IT WAS DUNK. Lord I give myself to Thee, 'tis all that STANFORD, KY., Louisville, June 25, kno p. m. On I can do." Those who believed him in8th of the nocent are more convinced than ever of THE GESTS' FURHISHER, the third ballot taken E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. convention, California broke to Harris- the correctness of their position, but ma513 4th St., Louisville. on, Allison was withdrawn and Iowa ny a murderer has died with a lie on his The fa.hlonsof the day in the Cent." Furnish, lips, while at the niiiic time allcgingtliat This ol J and Hotel still maintains went to him. It was announced by hit; line will always be found in my store. I am its high reputation, and its I'roprlelor is delermin. would go thesameway. lie was going straight to lienven. that Illinois agent lor the Indianapolis Steam I.aundr), the ed that II shall he second to no country Motel in Quay, of Pennsylvania, had been hold-- j best Laundry In the world. Tm. CoiUIlJtteu to notif Vreailvni the Slate in us Tare, Appointments, or Attening his State for Sherman hoping that CImjhum- - of ,,, noin,,wtion w, por. tion to hi. lint Haiaaje onve)ed to and from depot free of hare New York would desert the Hoos.er for , fonn Umt (,utv Speunl accommodamd m Thnml tions to Commercial Ira. tiers. ,, the Ohioan, but when the State went! ,1C w,u j, mmn whnt Analytical Chemist, IIAII-J II HILTON over he saw Slierman iuui no nope oi everybody else has known for two weeks K .. - . nw York, without which lie could not that he is on the tail end of thu grandest Cleveland & Tliunnan Club at Paint - - - KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Lick. A call fur a meeting of the demo-- ! win, so told his men to fall into the Har- ticket ever nominated. Handsome Males a specialty of coal, mineral water and rison line. Tennessee's vote insured Mayor Jacobs, of l.oiiisville, represents crate on the 28th has been made and n.Sltk. In mineral analysts Analytical work ofany kind Send for a circular. I.I 100 they hopo to organize with at least the nomination and a regular landslide Kentucky in the notification. MerelinucllNe, members. Thev invite some good dem followed. It is thought that Levi P. KOWI.AMi. KV, Morton or William Walter Phelps will Poor Billy Bkadi.ey, we cannot read ocrat from Stanford to come up and us- Ilase jil.t opened a ins sl.l of Men a and linys Kmkuson. MT. VERNON, KY. get the tho article from the Chicago paper with- - sist them in the organization, and seem Uulhinit, Hals, Cis, IliMits, Shoes. Ilry l.'od, Nolii.ii for Col. W. and I amily (Groceries Al.o dealers in shedding tears! His ambition so far to be particularly anxious Ca! Coiinir) prtxlu. e taken n cxrhanc for Louisvillk, June 25, 5 v. i. Cable(j. UVli.li. .. ....... hiKhi-- t K'ods at insrkrt prue Come one. This old aid Hotel is still maintaingrams from Blaine insisting that his overleaped itself as to leave him in a pit all, and learn Iks aJsantaes in liUe .. '01 ing its line reputation, Charges reasonable. SpeAs n general thing the luimiln nf tli! expressed in his letter be re iable condition. No doubt he exclaims wishes as cial attention to the traveling public . MAMTIN is... i, it, I section are good looking. The men are anguish of bis spirit, "Dog-oIIkoiiiihu, Ks., Mas, iMf. spected took him out of the tight and in the.m. .... ...... .... ...,..,i )....!- - .:.,.... I .!...M.I' N KWCOM II, I'rop, fairly haniNome and the ladles well, : ... ....... : ' n"" .. n,.Pr;unti i....... i:.i "' ""-"- ", i! Mi Vernon, Ky, " Albright A M mm be U inform their many sorted the democratic party!" iew lWR Minium thev are beautiful. Exceptions in all friends and of the ihanjce in firm rami io the loosened eemeiu nuiunmy fo! llowini!. : : T" t mirn. tiioiiL'li. ami from tie ... was thought that the repuDlican ....".' . t. candidate unon whom Indiana and the It .t... (,v., week na-f MARTIN i: PERKINS, .... i. '..i:f,....,:.. 1...1 ulntfiiiTii rmild throw nut il li.lit to tin' w iiit'ii ir .iiiiiit'iiiiv, . iiiivi iihi. ... v.- ...i.i ' f.a'i i.u heiv is a true tyje of man dell element and sorter wink at ception McKINNEY. i '.,.:. The new firm kopes not isnly lo mistaln the repu in the break and the o hers 1ri IV()im,ui m I will delitcr to regular lust'iincrs Toni.fooery( but it re ineood looks: "A in Stanford and latum ol thi old. but lulcntW lo make mai., . r .ii.. i t i. ......... At -- .). II. Allen has for three weeks the nsanafarture of IiImkio whi. h VKinny every mornim; " inn., vuiiirutiuu ii.i i ' ii ti n ici ooiii severely uioue, wiine siriKing iii siding near Kirksville is so ulmv that he srfill it .ihe intrrr.t f our Linlnwrs, We Kmkiisox. most everything els; in the category. o'clock r. si. ! desnte sie lal altenlsnn to ..or Natural I sitl been contlued to his room with till At One Cent eat scarcelv leaves his room. The other day toest leaf. nrantis of K.ei.liisk. 1'hanlii'i )ou rheumatism. At this writing he Anoiint. ffiu'l he paid at the Imc nf ca. h innnth fnrisa.t ; . ti fi.s..K.tiii, ti vtn1L' 4iiifiisMsj iifwi........ t i ..'it i... m...t sn.l f..r ...... fnriti . . e.ps or Ii.. Im.1 ,...,. i .rlinuali n oi l.or e remain4.1. Kespectluny With the exception of adopting a plat u or when iusi mer iuils ir u, aimnMii. Hyi iu e your Ira.le. n.nwI111hlv well. Seven.l fain K K. IIAUKOW. r - )"' 9 i it . ' n iv inn i IttlViii t.iiniinkiii .iinrsi. . u Mini M form as long as tho moral law ami as Morton, a very easy team to beat .u. KIIN A Pf ft KINS iiiatvisss. IHIV." section are Millcring from it is long, caught a lies in this misleading and aa untruthful its had not before seen its master, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., malarial trouble. Mr. and Mrs. I. ti. NEWSCONDENSED. 1071. 1000. glimpse of him and being so badly scar-- , the republican convention ended its first Tanner, who have been vUiting relatives Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, I'lUUllljr 31111. ed at his horrible physiognomy thehnre week's labors with nothing accomplishFifty thousand boxes of lemons and here, returned to their home in Nash-- , ed. But five ballots were taken in two oranges sold at auction in New York on dashed away and in Ids fright ran against STAN! OKI), KV ville, Tenn., Friday. a tree and broke liis heck." This was days and adjournment was eHected Sat- Friday at $JQ to S7. Mrs. M. F. Denny will leave for her - u'nnl liv n ti.illlt iflll Si'utt ...v i'f.t.l fni.... .. urday afternoon till 11 o'clock yester'.Six young women were drowned at H., v.. itus ..... ....-..Well, ,.,!., .. M...l,... factory drilled lo ordir and l'untn furui.hiM nt ........ m.u ......, day. pricr viniiiif liulv and to whicii I will make Newark, X. J., Saturday night, by the taught two terms of five months She has v were plac capsizing of a steam yacht. Xine presidential-candidatec w. utTCALr. oath. j hah each in our village and proven Iicielf a ed in nomination bv - orators. Con-- . Thi i.minl inrv nf Cliiirlestiin. S. (.'. METOALP & HAYS, most excellent instructor. She has been The Republican Platform necticut was content simply to name rtlL.ommcMiui ti,J t of a Printed in full would occupy three col- - employed to teach the public school here ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. Gen. Ilawley, and the audience was whipping-po- t and chain gang as a mode her abeuce umns or more of this paper, so we aiej this year, Urvsham of pUnisilu,.. ""BBsssssSmxSKSSSssBHsI gratified for the l.klltH,KII.IJnd I'INI VIM V,K divest it of its vvihiage ami from Us will not be long as she will open compelled to A Ol I I I I had Ave speeches in his behalf; Harrison I IIVNON K Will practise in any iurt in Kastern Kenlu. ty SenKI & yliKry j,()t ,h. W()rk ,)f t.x. strike at the meat of every cIiiiim'. ebool again in Augu-- t. Kxaininati.ins f land title ruaile aspe. ull An) three; Allien two; Alger four; t,u. L it N fwm i'iiicvill t tho II. r. ! an.l mineral I ' Ilase M ' J Ian Is f. r benellciaryentertainment at the sire trails "f n The It h.'"ins bv "nausiiiL' nn the threshold ri sale. Iiif'.tnmi I s two; Sherman four and Filler and Uusk Cumberlan.Hbii Tunnel, 14 miles, and turnus'ied .r n any .int aud r.MNeeU, ' to honor tho mem school-housSaturday night was anoth- reKnidenic s.iIkmciI. I.. u re it of the ill if s,li, ., ut onw one each. Ingalls, Pholjw, Henderson wi 1 uiileii., s ' It git. ,(hs. Arthur, er success in that direction. A large I. ., lli k"ukn and Sabine were not presented. n, Unvnes was removed oriesof Lincoln, Grant, Garfield, EDWARD II. FOX, T.,.o(t h, .i pri. Logan and C'onkling and to pray for the crowd was present and the best of tinier The rirst ballot was taken ut ...SO b frm the facultv of a female college in recovery of Sheridan; fraternal congratu-- prevailed throughout the exorcises. The ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, 231; Gresham Sout Can,im int..mv. day and resulted Sherman f hjs extieine lations aie sent to fellow Americans in Liberty brass band, consisting of the fob -i 114; Alger 84; Harrison !; Allison J)AXVII,M0, KV. views on the subject of prohibition. Brazil on the abolition of .slavery there, lowing alfah.e gentlemen, J. W. Whipp, Depew W; Phelps L'o; Ktisk lilaine Has moved t., his Detailed account of gales which ocnew building (ipp. ..... Ireland I'. M. Li lie, K. L. Colic v, O. II. Portman, the posi.ilTii c an.i i elegant than escr reM.-- site TO THE CITIZENS OF LIHCOLN COUNTY. letter to '.; Ingalls jj; Fitier 21; siaueimg sll. lt.rre,i on the coast of Iceland lust month and the hope is cherished that devotion J. F. Mcltath, John Wb.-- p, O. 11. accommodate the pulli- with fine pi.tures fruna will soon be under home rule; a choice 417. necesary to .slv 'n i.ppt llr Mill m show that 400 French fishermen were Pat Whipp r. i. G. Portman, photograph ts life irr. San. la. nun guaranteed. IhrIIt. ,.n..(re ini'..r-- "J tiatw arta Sne K any Mill to dely to national constitution is reaffirmed ami After the third ballot Friday night, .drowned. Tiiiitv . not kLH.sti were wrecked. r. nril ihink the utirens i.l a i sink, mer e.oal in rn.hiir nf occaa free ballot and a fair count demanded, kindly furnished the music for the Ihe iualy hue raunle pride enough ! Depew, of New York, withdrew liisj r olllco received 4,- The . c ll'i wi.h to STANFORD fiatr. .iiir. and i.iani nir being announced that his fillS .(TOO lottoix f bis r. for nbniit n third the present administration being con sion. They certainly did their part well name and it whon ..crn thai we are in the w.) Ameri-and des rve the thanks of all w ho were a on eurn and will alyosir when tleinned for its sunnression; the strength would be thrown to Harrison, of w,I(.h owe MILL CQHPflM market to i.uy l.i)(heil Riarkil pn.r (..r sarnc. We ways Rise the .licvored. Mon-o- f can system of protection is uncompro- fortunate enough to hear them. -- ha sr mbled sHste new m.u hmef I., our cori. meal . . , Indiana, and the friends of tins other 7(J f ?1 .ViW foilli in d.pattment and sail now make tneat In stiii any Manufiuninr ot misingly favored, and the Mills bill depersun candidates fearing that the boom would 17.5S8 letters. ll lannut he eiin.i'led by any other null The following lias been handed us for , Flooring, Wortthorbonrdlnsr, Collins-- in this si. mity We ihiIkiI a Ir.al in uiir llmr am) nounced; opposes putting wool on the carry him to victory, they forced ad ad-me.il depirlmeul publication: Mahone ami Wise fell to lighting at fiee Finishing Lumbar, Moulding, Sash, for le will plcil.c All li.nnii; Mill, in .n r line list; the needed reduction of the naill al the our joumment till next morning, so they Chicago and the latter would have pullLeslie Bosley, a member of the FreshEtc. Sash. Doors nnd IillnJs always aKeill will he filund al .ll' Inn... who ill cue the re i real be. I pn. s for umt. Ilrau an ship. luff always could get in fuither work. The stain-- ed all of the long whiskers out of the tional revenue must be by the College, after a rigid In stock. man class of Centre W. N POTTS, nti If pede to Harrison did not occur, liowev-- 1 former, but for the interference of friends. of the tax on tobacco and spirits used in examination in each particular study, Snpt., Stanford Holler Mill Co iji and if this is the arts and maniifaituies vote jumped from '.)4 to 217 They are a pretty pair to bo sure. er, but his was placed on the roll of honor iu lilin, not sufficient to reduce the surplus the on the 4th ballot and fell to 211! on the In the construction of railroads fur entiro internal revenue taxes shall be Greek, Fuglisli and mathematics. Young LONDON, KENTUCKY, NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. oth. On that ballot Sherman received the first live months of 18SS Kentucky Bosley is not yet lo years old and yet he CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. 224; Alger 142; Gresham 87; McKinley st.,n,irt amonj, the Southern Suites, with wiped out. stands at the top of his class ami will be Opposition to the introduction of conconfer 1:52 14; Allison JI) and Blaine 4S, 'I hr llarsi') ll.jd. K S (roos.il, miles to her credit. The Southern tract labor or Chinese labor, to trusts of a contestant for the gold watch next year, Thoroughly Keuovaied and Refurnished. First i;.jir isi'tiiiiki., i i. i.ii.iiii, v Miller, .. . enceofthe leading delegates was then stnU,s )(ru It.,l(1llK nn 0,i,er motions, Willi the chances iu his favor. Mr. Bos:s s nmi. i,.... ......... i'. ii i.,iiiiwrii. ir aim class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and nifihl all kinds is expressed and tho policy of hehl, when it was decided that Sherman ley was prepared for College by Mr. S. Trains aie met by I'olite Potters; of this Popular led ,ithcnstlies hut'llier Ui heroine incorporated Miami I'niversity, at Trustees of tui k ronip.ni) under the corporate name of American is was out of tho race and that McKinley Oxford, 0., have, elected Kthelbort I). appropriating public lands to the HiKhlaud iiyi,c.lniiK luriipike Kutid Co. J. Pulliam, the late principal of our House. reaffirmed at the same time deThe Imi.i.c lo he ciimliictcd is Ihe iHiilding. and Allison alone should be presented. Warfield, f Lexington, Ky., President settlers .Male Seminary. in.iinlsiiilnt; .itul conduttiiiK ul u McAdatniieil LOUIS SOHLEGEL, nying that the democrats have restored tiirnp.kf road friiin thu pteseut tirininus ol the Tho Blaine men would listen to no such of tho Tniversity. Mr. Warfield is a M.inf.ird ami Hull, (lap tiirniiike in Lincoln -- Charles Sullivan attempted to climb what these men say graduate of Oxford University, Knglaml. one acre to the people, or that they have thing, however, and Illclil.uul .mil Wajne.bnra piecinct settlers titles to their tho steeple of St. Michaels church, Bufto to the Piit.isM 1.011111) Imr, or secured to the part of such has so far been done. Although not This is the Dtli National Convention homesteads; the admission of every ternnmed turnpike falo, N. Y., by the lightning rod, SunKV. The prinnp.ll plaie of Ims.mi.. shall lie High HintMOXD regularly nominated, Blaine has had a of the republican party, and, out of the land, Lincoln county, Ky, lespectable vote all along and at the nine they have held five in Chicago. ritory to Statehood is promised as soon day afternoon, but it broke when he The corporation shall commence nn Photographs in all styles and sues. Pictures in if June, iHN, and Itrmlnute im the the 15th day isth day uf his friends will get in their They nominated Lincoln there in 1800, as the constitutional requirements are was near the top and he fell so heavily proper time, June iyj8 bona-fidas to go entirely through the roof. Of India Ink, Cr.ion and Water Colors, New The nuthnrired capinil slot k is id he twenty work and the Plumed Knight will for a Grant in 18(18, Garfield in 1SS0, Blainein reached and pending preparations nn in I'm let an Mili.it very low,price. thousand dollar., uhn.li shall be pile! at mh tinicn residents aie entitled to the ollices; course death was instantaneous. second time be put up for Grovcr Cleve- 1S84. and in such uuts nnd upiiti such lenns us thu lliKird"! Direcuirs hall pr.ribe A motion to adopt the platform in legislation stringent enough to divorce An o)d ncgio preacher, living on a land to knock down. I healfaira of the lorpuriiliiiu are tu he mauiii;eil ecclesiastical pow- a plantation near llochestcr, Kv., de- CRABORCHARDSPRINGS by u board ol live Direitors, .mc of whom slull he The Kentucky delegation is all split tho republican Convention was made by the political from the selected ns president by hc board; and such er is promised to stamp outlhe Mormon clares that he daily converses with the up as usual, and on the oth bal- Mr. Marine, of Maryland. This was not ,,.!.,.. ,',. ir li .ii be elected on the lir.i Ky. wickedness of Angel Gabriel, and bo has been deleJune of eni.li jear .Hid shall serse for one e.ir not lot voted Alger 8; Gresham 2; Harri- inappropriate, as thu document is evi- Church and its attendant . i,u, iiK .him, ciuuiimi r(iiu unaru snail also elect gated to lead all bis people back to their j ticHfturvr .It r.. son 8: .Sherman II. The Bradley business dently intended especially for the Ma- polygamy. 'I he liltrlio.l iiiiioiiiit of indebtedim.. t ul.ui. favors the use of both gold and sil- native land iu the wilds of Africa, where OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. It seems to be the joke of tho town and his rines. Ihikeoiporiitinn miy al any lime nubject Itself got to ver as money; demands a reduction of they are to evangelize the savages of the une inous.inii uuii.irs ..iiiii The Gresham and Blaine men little boomlet seems to have busted as 'I he prnalc property of ihe ktuckholders shall be exempt Irinu the corporate ilebts attempt was made quarreling over their respective Candi- postage to one cent per ounce; the im- dark continent. fiat as a bladder. An Fine llrnts and String Hand in Altendaiico from I. Ii OlKH ll M. T. KuUlohls, ll. h (.CKlrh. of free schools und their support - July The new State Board of eijuahVaisi K.Stpiiiiiber isi Kates gte.itly reduced, Ilars.y I'lojd, W II Miller, K. II. Caldwell, by himself or others to resurrect it by da ten at Chicago and a general battle portance Jr is dilated upon; tlon as appointed liy tlie governor is $2 per day nnd $io ht uirt .1ml upward. J S louiif flooding tho delegates with green cards, followed in which a number of men had by the State or nution St.uif.ir-1- , June 1, if til. Mnai;r; nearly all their clothes torn oil" besides the rehabilitation of our merchant ma- James It. Bogers, of Bourbon county, for on which were printed: For President JAS. C KIM., Itcsideni Kupi ; rine is recommended and a protest is en- the First Appellate District; .1. THE FLORENCE "Gen." getting badly hurt. James G. Blaine; li, U IIU.MIhTON, flwlc. U, tered against the passage of a free ship Green, of Owen county, for tho Second Gov. Buckner has adveitised forbids Bradley, of Kentucky," witli a lot of for appropriations for re- Appellate District; John W. Bowlett, of rubbish telling how such a ticket would for the completion of tho Kddyvillo pen- bill; declares ivery, fficd and gale Stable, Solid itentiary and the labor of 400 convicts building the navy and for the construct- Hart county, for the Third Appellate carry Kentucky and break up the t have llio riiclil to sell the I'lnrence coast defences, so as to give em district; Nathaniel P. Moss, of HickWashing Machine and am now prepared 10 furnish South. "Gen." Bradley is good, espec- therein for 10 years or less from August ion of "' V '"T1""" "t ,"e"' clonics Iroui the Appellate 1, '8S, and for the labor of 700 in the ployment to our labor, increase security man county, for the Fourth ially when thoso who know him are riibbiiiKaiidieaiuiKinsident tuthe old procoss of promote trade; the foreign policy o District. wushiiM. lake one and trV it and be convinced. aware that ho isn't even entitled to Frankfort prison fiom April, 188!), for 10 and administration is denounced as well llii.iiHotry )iui ..bout buin; unle.a you are fulThe hanging of Patterson was a misthe ly .atiiricd corporal, but it was designed years or less. us metll. the title of as its weak and unpatriotic treatment The knot under he undersigned have pur. based Hie Florence It makes one laugh to see the re- of the fisheries nucstion; the mugwumps erable botch. and the poorslipped writhto catch the soldier worshipers. hme and after a thorough trial, we Washiui; the jaw bone wretch take Pleasure In addiii); our tesiimoiiy to its worth, Ben Harrison, who nearly got In sight publican platform "pledge" tho party to iiru given a slap in the face; civil service ed and strangled for L'5 minutes. Fivi and Without limitation nrr.n,, ,,,... .. , :' the republican get rid of Mormonism. It first made is commended and promised; pensions minutes after tlie drop fell ho could be of tho promised land in cfaimed v' y, partlLiilar.doinsI all that Is ,... .... for it: W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. are guaranteed to everybody and CleveDaiiuhertv. W. U'nll 11. ., ....vfc, ii.il :.: c . nailer, rt si convention, was bitterly opposed by the that pledge iu the Philadelphia platform land's hostile spirit to such measures de- plainly heard saying "Oh, Lord, take me, ..... .t. i. ci. '. C. Sine. Hill Perkins. Lewis I ON DON, KV, liudverar, J. yiin, L. I.. Haw son, C. Vanoy. Western slope, the delegates from there of 18o(I, when Fremont was nominated, nounced. This is the sum ami substance take me." When taken down his eyes .Mrs. A manda Peak. George IV.lnn (ood turnoiiis and saddle horses always for hire claw , L. C. Fields, Albert Camden, ,l iin,,: claiming he could not possibly carry tho and has repeatetl it all tho eight suc- of the document, which is stretched over went pooping mil, his tongue was prowhich is intended truding its full length and his features on reasonable terms. I nndon is Ihe most conven-- r, Harrow, A, M. Fcl.ind and my Sin Kalnes. K. of and outers, Pacific coast, nor would he bo able to ceeding platforms. It is a party of great columns 'emspace la.'.CI. t v i' 1: iv Ill ,IB I.HI 'U,,I, Ull ,,U l.ll.UM'l ... Il.lll wuru horribly distoi ted. a coinin' and ngoin'. to catch in the mountain section of the State. 10 Heatlqtiai tcrsat S.'.S.Mcrs' tlo're. carry any of the larger States, where tho promise. the 8th ballot, the third to-da- His new-bor- n to-da- y, Cul-lu- m i Paint Lick and Vicinity. Humbling through the nooks and cor- nenfof thu country around Paint Lick in search of "subjects" before whom to lay the good qualities of the "cheapest and 1 I All ....! !.... II.. ...t.... .. : niun iicsi nun tHi.ieiiiiiuiis K'""K made out of :ny way to see a delinquent, me a pleasant as well as profitable day's Although surrounded work Saturday on all sides by local papers, and good ones, too, it was a pleasant suiprNe to enjoys know that the IstkiuouJoi-knai- . the largest circulation at Taint Lick post' ollice and 1 fear I was made a bit con ceited when standing with a group of some ii or 8 republicans, and having one of them speak to me as follows: 'Walton, you travel for the liest paper in the State. It dodges no issues and shows up crime of any kind, whether committed by democrat or republican, rich or poor. Thu only fault I can possibly find is its jiolitics." To this the other gentlemen, by a Ikiw of their head, confirmed what he had said. Three new subscribers and two renewals was the result of my conversation with these gentlemen, and not a word did I speak tothemin regard to subscribing. Ilepublieans are human and know a good thing when they see it. The crops in this section are particularly good. The farmers told me that the wheat yield will be good and that the prospect for corn is flattering. The acreage of tobacco is small, the object being to make it better in quality. They take a great deal of pride in keeping ev erything in order; no weeds are allowed to grow and a noticeable feature is the excellent fences which surround the farms, consequently the country is unsurpassed in its neatness. An effort is being made to organize a DANVIlTe, BOYLE COUNTY. . - - - j y. n - "" ." wi-- : ii ' ".',. .. ,,,. "Forty hours devotion," which occurs once a year in all Catholic chinch' es, began in St. Paul's church here this morning. Col. J. II. Thomas will sell his house hold goods on Wednesday and quit housekeeping, having sold his town propei ty to W. ('. Price. Harvey Dishman, a colored individual who obtained a divorce last week was married on the following Saturday. His last matrimonial venture is with Bettie Carpenter. James lsom and Porter Maxbury were before the police court this, Monday, morning, the first charged with a breach of the peace, the second with being drunk and disorderly. Mr. H. K. Woolfolk, of the Advocate, while trying to catch a Texas pony this morning, stepped into a hole in the pasture and sprained his ankle badly. Dr. Bogle rendered surgical attention. Mr. Lee Bowman, a student of Georgetown College, is assisting Edward Fox, the photographer. Miss Mary has returned from an absence since last November in Kansas City ami Independence, Mo. Mike Cullen, of this county, has a sou, John, who ran away from home when only 111 years old. He is now 22. He recently got a letter from him, writ ten from Oakland, California. John told his father that he had" been nearly around the world since he shook the panine years ago. At first rental then a he was cabin boy on sailor. For the p.ist three years ho has been attending college at Oakland and exjH'cts to graduate next year, and then he expects to come home and see the old folks Mr. Wood Wallace and his friend Mr. Trobridge, of Ixuisvillc,urcin town. Col. C. It. Anderson has returned from Chicago. Louis Colin, P. Mannini and to ,kl Adler went to uuiisville . . Participate in the celebration of St. .Itihn's day, to look ummi the tlreworks ami to see the elephant if he .. . .. nn-iHappens io ne in ini my. .ur. i. famiTalbot t. of HourlNin, is viitingthe , Col. Thus, ly of his Capt. A. S. Mcliiiirty has been routined to his hoiiif by illncs for a roof-tre- e ship-boarto-da- y S. O DAVIsT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT.VJiJItNOX.IvV, Ollice door lo U'hitctieAil'n Dniu Store Special .mention Klcn to tlnea.ci of cliiMtcn 77-- f. nl r LTJMBEB titi'fije 7ABDI Mcr. I hnvritrrh.i.ed the lumtier yanl. of l W'eatcn anil I M Unite and will open a l.if . ird .It the one purvluied nf Mr W'carcn lloulc-- Imiilicr in r.'HKti and dreed, I will i.irry a larKc line uf window .j.tica, dmirt unci liinRle, l.illii, pu.t. Hiid the pi. ket fenv.e fnrmcity ld l.y Mr. Wciieii. S (i IIOtKI K ijiyr .AttMMfltt4HPHvlp. Lam To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Sinnfotd Kidter Mill Company w.inlt )onr whole wlic.il crop of iS&S.nd will pay incaih the hln'ie.t market prue for it Do not sell without first seeing .Siiperintendeiil I'ott. at the Mill or 'j v thf under. icned ii rOSIKIt, l'rct Stanford Itnller Mill. Co II TAZXS! TAXIS! 1 lecantliirivtlure, sharp ran irs mid etperienced wurkiiivn makr my Tonsorul Artist Konins tlin fort'innst in this utt of the State ll.iir cuttinif, shavliif and shiiiiiponiii(; dnnr In llio latrst unti iniwt iniprntrd style. )h special altf ntliin; will liculven In ladies and clilldnii 10 JI.SSKJ THOMPSON. Stanlord, Ky. J.KI0 To The Voters of Lincoln County: J HlJjris'M.A.N, SUKGKON IIKNTIST, STASJrilStl, KlNTlCkt, I The Tat lloolt are now ready for tMS and am rcaily lo the taxes l'.tcr)body will Office south side Main, twndisirs ahore l)fxt St, piea. come lorwaru Tanu pay eariy U Nf.WI AND, S I. C 30--tf WOOD WALLACE, MOTTO well-kno- . H.A.EVANS.A.B..A.M. . s. . HILTON &DATTIS -- General NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. ..... grand-father- rss-klN- liar-Ix'- e. Sj-tt- . cuit-imci- ICE, XCE, ICE iaauuii.i j . inllain-niator- v IVr Pound . i. . Lebanon ' . s rSaLLLLraLkasB ' 1-.. - -'- -- eMabli-dimen- lly self-denia- l. ' I -- Hpim-w,,,,,.,,- . tlml.-r- . fc a I .j,, 3 s pitK-eeding- e i I r I f I .11 . ", .1 i 1 .v- :; '- , NOTICE! I l d-. - . ve-se- ls .h.-u'- -- Dead-lette- 1.1 v.-i- 11 1 .,, PLMIRG - i 1 i r. 1 I 4 JACKSON HOUSE. , I ..I...,. . ... I ao;-t- f. PHOTOGRAPHER, 1 ss e le-- s 11 Crab Orchard, dl-r- e , .1 ,111 1. ..es-ev- u TIIOMASNI-.W.MAX- , 1 WASHING MACHINE 1 rv JA boiiL-h- I a- 1.1 J 111,11 . V 11 . I ! 1 111 fSsVt 1 . .k. Ji sfc.. r luw- Jfo , ,tJiA.s4L, 'J &. i K.' -- .'tsfeSI. & A -- -; . -- ., . Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourp! K. c. waiton, Ky., uue. Manager June H6, (lo to Ueorgo Portmnn's for lemonade, President of Centre College, has at last ginger ale ami grup'u soda. accepted and will devote his entire time Wi: want to sell 100,000 unwed shin- and talents to the institution. , Bro. Hames will arrive in Nicholas-villgles, llruee A: McKobcit. m Afirrr LADIES I & GENTLEMEN OFSTANI'Oltl). neat little More on Lnncaxtcr keep eicruhlnir nice aivl neat unit very chcip; n it joti net hungry or dry, thU i the pl.ui! tolmy If Jim ilnn't Wlletu me, rail anil Renpecld l!y, re J T IIAIlKIs strict I e Vr p a nice anil tankoiid, 1888 Nnv liiitN ami bonnets for summer .Mr.". wear just icceivod at Lor.--- . Kate Duddor-ar'- s. Publlshod Every Tuesday and Friday. -A- T- l PlOIt n ViAli,IT ADVAKCJ'3 $3 60 "ill lie charged pair of gold eral icward to tinder. Leave at tin Post Olllci'. oye-glaso- Lib- hen not o ulil 'li I'ii 11 Sw.i: ut 1!i:nt. My house and lot. Kor further particulars call on Mrs. L.&N. I t LOCAL TIME CARD. Fannie Dunn. How 1..1NU Mail train going North w iprc " tal '1 he The t ir.e t ....II 31 I'm I 31 pm Surveyor Hrlht Inn finished South ....It 57 J' train " South "! laying it ol! and says it is about a inllo orin 37 ..6 M m MMinrv. Freight North It starts near thotoll-gatean.6jjpm South runs past Nccdinoro. latter trains alu i jrrv pas.engers lovc is calculated on standard time Solar about o mliliitci failcr. convenes Tiik (.'hautaiHjua ArM-mbl. d is a city of magnificent s. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Ir-n- j krd return at u a in ami leave Uu land at J C p in and fc 4'P m 7 ao a m in Woodland Park, and will remain in session till July (Hb. Thu K. C. announces a round-trirate, good thu entire time, of S'J.fiO. to-da- y p m m 1 w US SCHILLING & ZIMMER, Respectfully, No ha in of much value yet, though repaired and tbu signal service Iiiih been predicting it Wholesale and Retail. Watciiks anil Jewelry warranted. A. II. Penny. for 10 days. Some localities have been Cahtoh oil, lnrd oil and machine oil blessed with refreshing showers, but tlic of nil kinds at McHoberts A StnggV. dust Ihim hardly been laid hcio for a Tin: best place to buy drugs, patent month. THAT- medicines and toilet Hrticles is at A. K. Penny's. TiiBollleers of the Methodiht church book, ink, tablets, complain of very had behavior both by lh'Y your imper, pencil and school supplies of all the girls and boys and link tin to say that kinds from A. It. Penny. HAVE the services of .Marshal Carpenter will former and 8 mills from Lebanon. Surroundid 1 guurnntoc all watches and every biotight into play if an improvement Thirteen be mules brought " f"". .....".'.", nviiuui. JliU .(IlllWll Pllll IK of jewelry I sell tt lie just as repreadapted to all the favorite kmIii and pra.e grown in not had at once. iBW.oO each. ss nted. A. It IVnny. in Kentucky Has gocd liou'c, harn and other astinR water and in a I'lent) Bluegrass seed sells at 'J5c from the cutiimiuii)!. cultivation01 For -- OKhiuh tate of Kiu.inu.--n.an named Shumate, further particulars, SOMEWHAT PERSONAL K.S. riJWKI.I., HntoiuilIe, Ky stripper. Thu crop is good. 11. W. address from Rntlstown, shot and killed another Si Co. sold NX) lambs at $o.'2' per Mn. It. II. Citow, of Atlanta, in 011 a named McCarty, at inks, in ltfK'koastle house To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Georgetow n Times. cwt. Mbit to hi mother. county, Friday. We dccndeil on our Casey and Elsewhere. BecaiiHO of the glut of Southern veg.MimSi'k Koir left joterday to visit Mt. Vernon 'man to give particulars, but etables in the New York market recentHavint; twen authorized by Mr C C VnnAr-dalj( halves in (turnird. his letter failed to come. Kollir Mills, as his ly, thousands of crates were emptied in- agent proprietor ol for the purchase uf wheat in this section of Mus. Htta VinAiimiau: is spending a A 1.1. whoarv interested in the completo the harbor to make room for fresh ar- Lounlry, I call with confid. net. on my old and tried Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchfew davit in Parkmille. friend, of the frmnu I ublk to set- - mc before en tion and dedication of the new Presby- rivals. C leniC their crops tlicw'iere. Ilavn' been in maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness, Dn. (1. tioLSTiiix, tbu optician, Is with trade about and requestLincoln, S. II". Baughman's splendid the business, I tvei ty i'jr, am familiar with and dispatch, fully insured. terian church aic exK-cteSpectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the the uarranud, therefore, III the tin again. See notice. ed to ho present at a meeting to be held young who captured two declaration that 1 a ill hi aide to facilitate the Miss Pi: Mil. II IMITON, of LlUl'llstCr, is transfer I jour crops tu tlic adv. mage of alt ccn eye. in the lecture room of the new building fat prizes this spring, lias been brought cetned 38 J II (JKL'KN the cucnt of Mi Una Hamilton. on S.'ttuiday evenini; next at .'l o'clock. home so lame from the cUccts of a sprain Miss Mxttii: Vvm:vi:i!u is visiting -- rX'IILIC SALLOK Aat I aton iu that he will he turiu-- out of Miss Lillian Tanner at .McKinney. Tin: Committee appointed to select training for the rest of the year. Tim) MimMmiii: YVi:lii left Sunday to two delegates to the Convention of Capt. K. T. Itoehester, of Stanford, ir.it her father at Straight (.'rts'k June-tio- Ircmocratiu Club", at LouWvillu next T iJtuIEo,, &o IDIRITO-a-ISMonday, bought from Mr. Thomas M. Thursday have named .lolin II. Miller I Mr- A .Im: P. Wti;ks have and W. P. Walton to icpresent the Lilian! and his neighbors on the pike, 11.1 e h M. Carpenter, Mit. wii Mn. i u n of 10,(HK) bushels of the new the prem sirs on wheat dec il, I ui cll piibln l taken tin; Uunt ln'Ue on IIiiMonvillu Lincoln County "Club recently organized. about crop at 7.V. at the thresher, to be A No. SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1888, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, fiiw't. $ Tin: game Filday evening between the j 1. Mr. Lilian! rutiorts thu crop one, of I he I'arm of i8b Acres, sit i .ted t miles from M111. C. V miv ban Imeit in a precart-om- s and i', miles Ir mi Moreland Mation, on y FANCY ARTICLES, &C. ZtoiTra but Is better now. The l.NTiniiiHi .loi iinai. base ball club and the the best ho has ever raised, both in ipial-it- the new llustnntilli and Mdlideville pike 33 condition, I niBfc VW'W ii ami itvurage. ac.es 1.1 C"iiJ state f .ultivatioii and the reltow lands resulted in a victory for ouri nfant died. mainder in valuatili- white .11. aid other timber, I'hyl.-iaprescnptioi s nci.nrately cor.piunded. Turnt Cotta broke the record Satur- such a hkkory and poplar. ComfrtabIc dwell-iiil- ', TiUTlKitutlfnl little blonde, .Miss May namesakes by a scoie of U to tl. Thei stable and never l.nluiK well near the door RAltReMtWATCsf sssssvVBa 4iV is itItiiiK t .Mr. gissl playing of the 1. J. battery and day at Sheepsheud Bay, carrying IlM I lie I'arm w ill be Mild in lots or as a u hole, to suit Adnms.Mt. Vernon, y 'pounds mul running nine furlongs in purchasers I di also sell at the same time and downed fielding of (ieorge Penny eV. .loe Scveram place s acre of timbered land near Itrle's Well, , The best previous record was iV, miles from Stanford 'Ittms made known on THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Wink, who ban lioen vioit-u- the Rowland-- who for the third time 1:.VJ. Mn- -. ti. uf ssli- - S Ue t coaimente at 10 o'clock. Intk-mo- lt 1:5:!J, made by Spradlin, ltosalie and day 11. A CAKrhNTI.lt, Kxtx. 37 Mm S. D. Van Polt, at Danville, !( siitlered defeat at the hands of the CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. .loniN U.. Cruiner. Tetni Cotta beat 11 high class turned I.ver I r night to this market I'rii es lower than fus nice, comprising lot of horses in MILLEUSBURG vMii". Ai.iiKtJwoi'K, of HenderHon, arlb. 'k'iii:iiiiiKs. Mr. S. D. Van Pelt, of theloucst Wati he, CI" ks and Jewc'.ry He. rived l'ridny to attend the bedside of her Danville, brouuht ns a sample of iiisg.ir Linden, l'irenzi, Rinburg and Iviliau, a paired on she rt notice ant warranted ! COLLEGE quintette not often at long odds in the; father, Mr. J. L. Dawhon, Sr. blackberries, which aix very betting. Mu. nii Mks. .Inns T.ti wo.of Dalian, line. He is a urettt fruit fancier and rais A Modern Progressive School! Texas, arrived on a visit to her mother, es nianv excellent varieties. Speaking LANCASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. Where your daughters will he t light how to be-- I Sunday. Mr. tin Mrs. V.. T. r uglily instruct-- 1 come Uul voiitn, a of blackberries, the wild crop is very cd in Wliwit linrvot in profrroNsint.'. no kivh that crops ant splendid in Tcnus large this seaMiii aii'l as they d to say Lanilis nrv hollini' licreat o ocntu per LITERATURE, S3.ES3E, ART & MUSIC. and tiiat the old State is lihhI for l.'iO.OOO in Piila-k- i, tho people wilt he able to pay ponml. f'r Cleveland and Thurnmn. 11KV C IMI'E. I'rcsident, their tJtxes this year. Address Horn, to tli wife Tom Palmer a IJbv. axii'Miis. .1 M. Ilitrt 1: returned or MKS s C TRLT.HEAHT, hoy, John Walker. Ltdy l'r.ncipal 37 to MivMjurl Saturdaj, alter a month's To .My CrvoMi:iis. The ilrst of .Inly, 15 MillersLurg, Ky Q Prof. .1. 0. lionion, of the linrr.ml . i it to Mrs. Tyiee and other settling time, is now at the C'ollei'e faculty, in in the city. is improving, but hand and I ak tlioe of my eustomurs Da. J. V. The hkwil rain 1ms come nt lust, ill to uu to Kniivvlllu in reMinws to indebted to me to come forward and set! pruitiptiy on that day. ami all nature is hiuiliiiKin tle their accounts a dicpatch sjtyinu' that .Mastorson Tin I'.uekner eluli will meet at the There nl'l oc In .. pu lio .ut - to the Iowet A nuiulsT of accuunts ale due on that ton was win pc. i' .r in h tanfrd, y , t 'Wi Vv aWflvMBjs'rt5stV e It. AV' TVIi.VlVvSli.l next Satunl.iy afternoon at bidder, before i'ii i 'iirt i. ry I hne court-housKintuck), "'I that Mil. .John II. Cm in has leturned from date and it is very neiv-nI ....!.. .1. a isit to his brnthi r, Will Umljf, at Car- what is due me by .Inly the :ld at the JUUC 30, K888, -- There i, iv nepo hoy living in (iiu-- ; lisle, brincinc with him Dr. .lulm Miller outside. II. C. is'tijilcy. mill count V Who Weigh ''7.S potinils ami A contract Ijrni. ..if:ruuM f !ie nulo f1 Ctaicaiid lloiinv. liirni IWc rad.Mio.i us .he Hut. Pm.i.ocK, who skipped whilo out is onlv ... venr.s old. vhhixii oidei Mas. MitJinni l.uwi- -- ir. Ainamla Moran ilied on Friday WAYHE3BURG &. HIGHLAND TURNPIKE, on Imil for stiitling ussii, fnmi the L. A li r pajier chaimed to .Milhoto, a delightN. eat in Bullitt county, has been cap- lllst, lit the loidenivof her re lnl.imolnc.unt. limiWito Icmv reversed to Kit ful Minnucr resort on the C. & O., where bid which m.imtie .itll-ctotured in Lexington, where he was work- .1. Willie ii HIKl I, in till! I .Hilt Lick llflfjll- - ject 'lllccr; peeiiicatioiis .1.1 profile for K.iid worl. can i Jshe will spend the season. ing on another load, and returned to his IlOI'llOOd. be Keen at the i tlice rf W li Miller in .Stanford, Miss Mattii: Wii.i.i vms, the very pretof the . the The -- 1 he l.ancaMnan.s w ho have just re - who will explain,imi. termspl,rc contract.lhc 17mc j Will keep constantly on hand a old ipiaiturs at Shcppardsvillu. vci'X 33lect line of Furniture rtm, A lllt tn ty and intelligent yoiinjr lady, who lias friends of his excellent mother went in turned mini niii'iip) don t seein to Know terms andHUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods with Mrs. Courts here, wont down been hopes that he was gone for good and anything more ahout the bituation than Sjsycn rUJl HTnlT can be bought in the cities. Give ms a trial and you will be, con- t her hoineat (ireciislni-;- : Friday. g would spare her the lurthur grief of tlioe wiio htuitl at home. Mn. K. P. Si mi. mu, rcpreH'ntiiiK thej I urnplke Itoad VmCed that I Sfjll 10 V2? ZllXW ta3 lO -VOSJ. (lf the Stanford and him in stripes, wbich now seems inV. (i. Dunlap, V. (ion. Landi-an- i, willheleL lonceshtblished hoU'cof Dr..l. C. AyerA evitable. , McJolnison, Oabo Urcenleaf ami Tncle Co., Lowell, Mush., was to see us yester-Stephen Mairs have rettuned from Chi-imday and enpied it year's ailveitisiiif. M. Dtwso.v IIi'oiiKs, who thinks he looking a little tired. has none to' edits the Ijtnca-te- r News, is a very funMis Mirrn: t)wsu: The chronic kicker makes his headHirmlncham, A In., to visit a school mate ny man. In fact he is a veritable Bob Mr. Will 1. Burdett or a Mark Twain. But the great quarters in liucaster. lie finds fault Hei brother-in-law- , with everything amninhts all progress. as far ax Nash-villManicr, accompanied her editor sometimes mistakes idiocy for ASMICIAI'mX, KIKKSMI LK, KY get oil' some- There aic several of him in tho city. humor, as when hu tries to At a mooting of tho democrats oftho Mn. Haiiuv Kimi, who has been clerk thing smart about the Stanford people town precincts in ljincastor on Saturday Will hold their naninl Fair at their grounds , I I'l'ril Jl1 'II l f I for Capt. Smith Irwin, left yesterday for thinking that Shakespeare wrote "David ....IHVIlll It s.i.u .,.. .1S...IIII.M.I ..t.,1 , imu.i.uu.i, .. JttsiK tm'.I.S uiK.mi'V.i iinu . fr)m Kltlnii;co at Hint ford, Conn., to the his home the Shepherd Boy." (io to, old Snoo.er. On motion it was of the yoiuij: folks with whom he He is a very ordinary Stanford citizen, names unrolled. agreed to call tho club "Tho lhicknor JUL.Y 27 AND 28, 1888. black or white, who can't teach you had become ipiite a favorite. County."! J. CMi'iu:ii., manaorof ltoiik-castl- e nunc about the Bible than you kuow Democratic Club of Garrard Mu. prenn.uns am ;. ' tnanaemelit have H. ILTonilillon was elected lirCisillullt Splines Hotel, will leave tlie city nboiit everything eUe combined. K.ur of the and .lames N. Penny illlil (i. D. Itlirdett made this one of the tcrcm st sin Tuesday morning, accompanied by a niLitlan address, M. P. Undies lllld W. State Iir.atal .uucsaiJ Dn. O. (ioi.nsras is now at the Myers lame party of miests of that popular rVLKI K, Secretary, J I secietarios and House. He is known throughout the 15. Mason wuio cho.-o- n mountain icsort. f Louisville TimeH. Ktrl.ville, K as one of tin leading opticians. W. 15. Mason tioiisurer. It is projio-o- d ?5 Mussus. T. P. Him, J. W. Alcorn, It. State to Tho doctor has been in all the principal to organize clubs all over tho county, as C. Warren and W. U. Welch went of the Mate, has been heie often was done in 187(5, when the county was' oinerbot .Sunday to bo piesent at the cities we can recommend him to carried for Tildon by 0110 vote, the first callinKof tho Cnril!uter tliaI iu whleh before and the public as a man worthy of its patron- time in -- 0 years. U FX7H1M they are engaged on tho 0110 sido or the C. I). Peacock is nt J. Miller's, age. Ho visits tin- - same cities over and other. Ho oniue from Iliynntsvillo proof that his woik is jiiettysick. Tin: live whim of Mr. J. L. Dawson, Sr., over, which is a appreciated. Those that are suH'ering Sit 111 day night, being unablo to attend wnolivo in Missouri, are here to see of eyo and head will to business. (S. is. (iroenlonf returned him, Messrs. J. L., K. II., It. P. and W. with neuralgia the complete, with do well to call on him. The doctor will from Chicago wearing a Ulaine badge.' M., making tho family ;ld of July and will be at Charles Daniels, !.. II. Young and L. I). the exceptionof the one in Aiizona, Dr. be hero till the llustonvillo on tho 7th and Crab Or- llillinvviiHli. nf the Loitisvilln South- .1. J. Dawson. ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS orn. wore in our cit v Sunday. Tho sur- chard on the tlth inst. Ar- is now completed from Verchainp to vov LOCAL LORE. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Spllhuaus and will bo run to Lancaster within two weeks. Miss Ida Adams is R. .13. GEOG MEGAN'S, XaKwr..iiat I. Klass'. Kliler Martin Owens will preach nt expected in Laucaiter Mrs. .1. SfCCKSSOK TO ob&ervo .Mt. Moriah church next Saturday and Harvey IJrown is visiting relatives at Mt. will TnisriKK contrr.ctoi-Vernon. Mrs. .lacob Joseph loft yesterthat 1'JJ miles of turnpike will ho let Sunday. THE HATTER, day for a visit to her parents nt ICcton, M'MIOHAEL, Uov..lohn 1 Jell liHison will preach Ohio. here Saturday. 511 4TH AVENUE, Is Receiving His will no iciulyby .Inly 1. next .Sunday moininn his last sermon in My Tho Somerset Reporter says that present Furies on "Church Life." LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. that knows himself in- thu IIopo n Doth .Sides, tho Imsidu and .Mr. Win. Catron, the trader debted to nui will call and hettlo us I .Subject: and livery stable man, was married last A ducottnt of to per cent. i. bn given on ell to meet my own tho Outside. muht have the money Iluv. V. C. Y011111:, 1. D., of Louis-vill- week in Cincinnati to Miss Addiu Cuu orders sent for Hats with a copy of tho utove ml. debts Tills means everybody. A. T. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. 'il-istrtUement, mfnliotiitifi pa.r. who has several timus boun elected din", both of Somerset. Xunnclley. MEANS BUSINESS. nr-tic- lf to hold a two weeks' meeting. Why cannot his friends here prevail on him to give us the same length of timy while he is so near? of all the Baptists in the woild live in Kentucky. There are I am now fi'lly lo train race horc II associations of them and they gave last ptltriKUlli. home.prepared Iiomi". to Imrnirs Iirenk and, ilrlve trottirv Alo to 1101 tor liorntx; norure.no year for foreign missions, $",1!I. II; home p.iv flACIJS twill h.ic race it the race cinirsc missions $.'1,077.00; Statu isunday-sclioo- l Hi (."rail On hard eery 'I urlu ami Siilnnliiy iln- and eolportago S'.ti'.KMI; total ring July am) Auyml, lor atldk horses only No .illowiil tnentir y SCOri I AltltIS, Cril. (Irchanl e The 'ieneral Association at adopted a resolution condemning the manufacture, sale and use of intoxicants, and emu preacher took strong :.KKINNKV, KY. gi 011 nils for tho preachers to unite with I "or Drug, Medicine, the prohibition party and tight the busithe famous Svrup ol KIk and to pit your prcicriptiuns promptly and cor-ness in politics. rectly Idlid .it nil hours, and to ict your Staple Croceriis line Toilet Articles, Re , ifo to J.o)dM.o., .McKinney. l)r J A WILLIAMS FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. will attend to our drug department i alio attend to the w.inti of the tick, nlj;ht or day, In town or Fifty dollar fruit evaporator, never country. y, used, for $15. Oeo. D. Wearen, Mana' ger. ! Self rake leaper and mower combined, but little worn for $40. Geo. D. I have 400 acre, more or le, of Mountain, Coal and Timher Lahdt that I will at a bargain I Wearen, Manager. have a tore rximto rent lor a furniture and I.osT. 1(1 ewes and 1(1 lambs. Findor tinnrr'o (Mallishment hardware pood fcraodnvs Korfurther infurma-matioer will rvceivo $10 reward for informa- The'carc C V Ml: I CALK wnte to 33 Ky tion. Geo. II. King. A year ago Texas veterinarians were 1 Co. charging $1 per head for spraying cows A a ml now they do it for '2'k. The wile of the ersonalty uf Alex'the I'arm contains 18c Acres, lituatcd on the ander Tribblu amounted to S,S.VL Springfield and l'crryille pile, 5 mile from the to Ho:&s:KiM:EaT. lioinr srlifHil flit- till' hlchcr cilurntlon nf rnunir ivnmpn. Art. Muilo mill Lltcrnrv He. Location ln'iilthy, fneulty roiupclenl. tonus reilomble for idntage$ odtrtd. imitnicnts. II111111I. fuel, llplils. whliif lout tuition In I.ltctnrv Dcpnittnont nml Mnslr for (MW tor Send for rat.llogno to tcs(in loin ?epiemi)criio iuiii', itiuint niiHIctzOOisi. O. P. WILLIAMBDM, ' 'YpsoclalC Irhirinnl I B. Q. HAQEHMAM. A 1 Mm female A CARD TO Institute W 1 RICHMOND, KY. ' NEW! NEW! NEW THE PE0PL3 OF LINCOLN COUNTY. 52(,'-'.'W.-ti- !). ruri-liors- Kmi-uenc- j lotd & co., Clt-ar- OTIILMIW & OTM1B3E Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everything in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Oakes and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Gome 1 Mountain .Lands and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. PLEASE OBSEBYE -- No. Washington Farm For Sale. M'ROBERTSSTAGG Afe5y(0MTM(KKrT two-year-o- ld A FiaiLIL A WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. HiiMo-ivill- e 1 -- - n. Fitie Farm and Fine bered Lands. 1 1 11 A M FENNY j:e"W":ksi Gb$tfwl-M$zii c ' 1 ea-il- jJZZ mi I t. den-grow- n FEMALE NEW FURNITURE STORE! MAt'K HCira'MA.V, CROP, u-- ; j 'I., ten-pon- semi-annu- al s ITotioo to Contractors. - Jllf S I Saturday, 1 , ' j SOn-in-lH- ry 1 ., ) hrjo se-in- a miles o, THE KIRKSVILUE d. STOCK FAIR BOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. I I I e. W re-j;r- et 1 1 "WALiIi P AFEB and IT KS. complete:stock always on hand. B. K. TdTEAHEsNT,, 9uwlP Mo l'o i&lGPJLJIIlYo to-da- MERCHANT TAILOR AND well-know- SPRING SUMMED GOODS. x m i Ll T To the Democrats or Kentucky. l Com. mei'ting of t!io initteu held in Lexington on the lUtlt inst., a rertolntion was adopted recommending the organization of Demoeratie CIuIm all over the State, and also a nw-lntireeoiiunendimj the call of a convention of Democratic Clubs, to meet in the city of Louisville June -- Stli at 11 o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of forming a Stttto League and selecting delegates-at-Iarg- o to the National Convention of Democratic Cluln, which meets In Baltimore on the lth of .July next. In pursuance of said tlri-- t resolution, I now call upon the democrats all over the State to proceed immediately to the organization of at least one club in each county in of stiil secthe State, and in ond resolution 1 hereby call a convention of Democratic Clubs to meet in the city of Louisville at the time mentioned above, and also a grand mass meeting of the democrats of the State to ratify the nomination of Cleveland and Thurman, to bo held at 8 o'clock in the evening of the above date in the city of Louisville. All Democratic Clubs now existing, or which may be organized before that dYite, ' are entitle'd to send not less than live delegates, and all members of Clubs are invited. A number of distinguished i speakers will be on hand at the ratifica- ' j tion meeting in the evening. M. C. Ai.Fonn, Chairmnn Democratic State Central At ii Slutt-Centra- on ' I I Committee. on a hi ; OR, l CLEARING HIMSELF. CHAPTER XXVII. made his way to tho and Ainos Bergman secured the services of two polico officers, find tho two parties met in tho hall-wa- y a moment uftcr tho shook of tho explosion had jarred the massive walls of tho building. A few words sufficed to mako tho facts of tho coso known to ulL "Got the key s I That's bad. We'll have to force tho door," romarked ouo of tho officers. " Two of you watch the windows if thoy try to cscupo that way." Mr. Evcrleigh put his hand in his pocket. "By good luck Ingot returned mo Hero it is. Wo will Childer's key have no difficulty in entering by this side door, which housed, unless thoy have stationed a watcher there, which isn't likely." The gas was burning at full head inside, so sure were tho marauders in tho efficiency of tho heavy shutters and tho solid bolts and bars they had drawn between themselves and tho outsido world. Thero wcro but two, standing in a breathless pauso, as the reverberating echoes of tho explosion diod away; tCiou ouo of them moved forward to continue tho wprk. "Seems like I heard somothlng, Tom," muttered tho other. "That blowout niado more notso than wo couutod on. I'm ofeard of this job. I wish we hadn't gono Into it." " Get out of it, then, if you're nfeard of your own shudder. If you'ro not, tamp in this other charge. It's tho lust job of thn sort we'll neod to do for a time, Stone. You Wo'll brcuk partnership after kin set upon the moral lay an' cheat the devil for all of mo after wo'vo roped in our TO MAKE IT HASIKU OVEK TilErta. porter's Whilo room, Mr. Evcrleigh Norris to-da- ful, faltering speech. "I'll turn State's evidence tin' toll all I know if I kin gain any thing by It." The fact that Stone, with his crltno-staiue- d fret upon the border of the black river, was bent upon relieving himself of his dark secrets in the hoio of "making things easier over thoro," had much to do with Ued Tom's Willingness to make terms for himself; but, for the time, his protwsl- tion received small encouragement at tho hands of his captors. Common humanity prompted that every thin r possible bo douo for the wounded vil lain. Hewas lifted to the lounge and tho flow of blood stanched as well as might ha "He'd hotter go to tho hospital," suggested one of the ixiliccuicn. "With your leave, sir, I'll telephone for a surgeon und an umbulance." Stone himself raised ti fcebb protest. " It's no use,'' ho said. "I've got my call, and there's no dodgia' the order. Don't wasto time -- on the sawbones but got a notary public to swear me. 1 want to mako the thing and solid. Write dowu what I ve told you about thmu two jobs." Norris hastened to comply, und while in tho midst of hl.i task, tho surgeon who had been summoned in spite of the man's pro- test arrived. A tirief examination showed that there was little to be done. An interior artery had boeti severed, and Stono was rapidly bleeding to death. Tho uuiotor ho was kept tho better; therefore he advised ugalnst any attempt to rert-ovhtm. Tho ghailly pallor of tho end was on Stouo's face ns ho affixed his signature, duly witnessed, to the document which had becu drawn up. It named his companions in tho express robbery, und tho amount nnd whereabouts of tho spoils which remained as undividod booty, being in u shape which inado them dangerous to dispose of. When ull this was over, his oyes went back with a wistful look to tho fnco of tho younger Bergman. " You won't hold it agin tho boys if I tell you which two of 'em it was tried to wipo you out, will you i They did it 'causo tney'd been told you had a clew to tho gang. Ingot said so, and he put Red Tom up to eggin' tho young bank gent on to hirin' them to 'sasslnate you, hut he either hadn't the gall or wasn't so sot ugin you us t'other one thought. Tom '11 tell you all about it if you get on tho right side of him. Ingot's tho one thut's got tho grudge agin you, though I don't know for what. Mebbo because ho thought you'd And him out. Tell tho boys I only jieaehed 'cause I wanted to git o.veu with him." Undo Amos touched his nephew on tho shoulder as the lattec drew back from tho group around the couch. " I knew you would get to the bottom of that mutter yet, my boy. I cougratulato you heurtily. Ono touch more und the wholo mystery will bo unruveled. Wo have only to find who got tho iackuge, and I'll venture you have tho same Idea 1 havo regarding that. Have you thought yet what you will do next!" "It Some ono must look after Ingot. It can't be done too soon, for it must bo morning now." Ho took out his watch and glanced ut it a quarter past four. Thero was a stir in tho group, a murmured remark passed uround, then a long moment of suspense, ended when the surgeon removed his fingers from tho wrist ho had been holding, und spoke with cheerful alacrity. " It's over now, gentlemen. A vory disagreeable business, Mr. Evcrleigh, happening here, as nothing can ho dono towurd removing the body until tho coroner is summoned, but I dare say ho will make short work of It. Rather a serious uffair here," us ho uoted tho evidences of tho burglars' work. "Yes, but for our opportuno discovery of them, I would havo been in a bad fix now. We shull have to suspend business for today at least, aud close for repairs, so tho unnoyanco of tho legal proceedings will not bo so great as under other conditions." ship-shape o " I could mako a guess," spoke up Red Tom, us tho other broke down In his pain- nut. while engaged ut their work. They uuido a despcrmu resistance, and t.no of them named Stono, wounded in the struggle, has made a confession which lt:i .llcates ii l.ito employe of the firm, but at th'ls writing wo are not able to give the details, which will bo printed In full In our later edition. Tho two desperadoes are well known to h1Ico circles in this clfy and clsowhere, ni d havo other grave charges resting against them. says that Stono will die." Ho sat quite still, with his face shielded by) tho paper, a storm of wild, unavailing rago titling his breast. In a moment tho woman, who had been arranging somo temptltig morsels on a plate for her young mistress, went out of the room; then Ingot ground j out nn oath as he lluug the sheet down. "The rascals I Scrvws me right for letting them get uhead of me. I'd ought to liavo scut tho iMllce a hint that would havo made a scattering in that nest of thieves, but 1 couldn't bo sure what time I would havo uso for them. Confessed, did hoi I wonder to whatl Something that will mako it wiso for mo to mako myself scarco as soon as possible, I suspect; but let mo look at tho thing straight. The cops may bo after me, but then again It takes timo to get the machinery of tho law under way There'll bo no getting Curol's money on an order from her now, but I'll bo hanged If I don't havo Carol herself If it cuts ottiny chances of gotting uway to do It. Hay Ixj that things ain't so bad but I can find a loophole to crawl through, but first, lust, and ubovo nil, I'll tlo tho girl fa..t if it's only to keep thut snip of n Horgman from getting her." Having como to this division, Mr. Ingot lost no timo in further thought. Ho called Sarah and sent her for Carol's wraps, sending n messago to his bride that ho was awaiting her. Sho camo, whtto almost as tho Illy in her belt, but quiet und submissive, questioning nothing us he hurried her to accompany him, turning aside to give a lastorder to tho factotum. " When tho carriage comes, Surah, send tho luggage directly to tho depot I'vo just discovered that tho tline-tablon our s Everlolgh &; Co., but the fa- -l v.vi covorod, and tho poileo cupluivd .... ti llurt i o J in being tnken, my g'.rlf Union doxH. For thn puli Ic sinrv with kinds ot maatt, full mill nys I what, tram I Nlnn.fortv- - nil riilit A KM in thpir m'umhi ('mint l I iiititin WMl " my "" Sergeant," this to an officer In plain dress who nccompauled them, and tho three en. M F KI.KIN ri it tored the carriage which hud brought them there and wore whirled uway to the Rev. Avery's abode, to meet a trvsh dlsapjxuut-mon- t in finding that tho pair thoy were In soarch of had not been there at all". DCm''UiV-ii;.v"' rluo.lUV.il W Mallion will itt.ike tlir nt.mm It was no fault of Norris llorgtnun's that in)Till fine mill- ( rum Stmfnrd, on the of iSiS ut f.irm, 3 St.inlird thoy wcro thus late upon tho scene. Ho mid D.mtiiioplki-- , would havo Mown straight from that miser AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. ublo deathbed to confront Inirot und rescue J I C II It 155,1, tho girl ho loved, but I'm le Amos stopped IVdiuree Irrlillon andhorc, foaled Vermont II amble Jerey llnllill timl M my Stable Thlele,ritit In witli u peremptory rofuiuil to allow such toni.m I ii black in iSSj, Id hand a proceeding. Ituh, Itto ttliite fci-- behind, ired by William lht ncavm, at $3, CASH, i it time of cmi. Yt ililt, I'V It) silt k' ilam Katie with priillegsof return idow Ii not with lalf llainblvtoiilan, "No, no, Norris; nf III sort. ,.,,, , (,y ;,ui Vinmmt. id il.un mi 10111111, lll.uk Swan, K II IIUKNSIDr. it 1 ou are not going to alllllU our bird lltld ,v Helm' by Imp YorUhirr; jdilani navu nun take to the Wlllg. There's that Little bj Wagner, Ii) Sir Lb.uU-- , by Sir v; mi express business you've got to clear your (th I'acVoli-l- . tsh iUm b Stanford fiemal! QoWcgc. self there- - and Ingot holds tho clew to 7th d.im by M.irlainl I'lmnU. Mil ilam by il.im b) what became of the money, too, remember. oth il.itn b) Sllkv, b) i'mvcl, Suu Kinily, There's too much Involved to let you spoil Spi-i'- m llrucc' Stud llimk Vol I p.iC, J.;j) l .1 with the Prof l'.iitiin hating rctltfiied, the Trutteetct all for a sentimental notion. Come, we'll finr ll.iinblitnnl.in bono, ami .1bom-- lirrnlrr; urit)le ami Kond College dolie to employ a I'rm K around to tho Treuiont House, havo a liudby William Wilrh, the itr ut Prince I inpcri-- , Stanfnrd T can trot In cipal fur the luMitulion. Addrcnat Stanford, j j4, Jeremiah j j4 bum ami uroakraM, and suttlo on our Mn-iby lty. William Welch wa course. I'vo a friend who .tops there, a 1 ,1 or riilli-J M. IlKIO. ) Mamblitonlan, priiuli-- rernul ut 1U111 OF) II. WltAKKN. Com't magistrato named Steel We'll rout him djk"dam ol Itinlfn' Prince. J7, and by , Imported the ) J W. ALCORN, out und see what must bo douo in the way Truitic loii of Ciittn) and utii-o- l in milt trotter, gotting out a warrant and having it Truttic, j ilatu bv a Min n( Mnmbrinii, by Imp of Vermont beluga KramUnnof tlie tfrcit served." l()dk llambli'tiinlan,lhe urainlcut lre ll Ink', Tho fates that hud been with Ingot here- and (tilt' Vermont combined, lucked by thnr- tofore want over to the other sldo when ho oiiKhhred,till make a tine tock burn' lt)dk't blundored so blindly Into Justice Steele's llambletonlan, by AbdalUh, 11I ou of Mamlirlim, iUm In lllshiip'i 35 office in the siimu hour that saw tho other dun by Imp llellluuiidcr, llanibletiinluii,,d dam by Imp Mnirmtrr. party there securing tho legal forms neves-sar- y ( (iill' Vermont, by DimnliiK' Vermont, tire nj Two mile South ol Stanford on Neal' Crvek I the dam of Enigma, j id, V, CKAIG itt dam by CnhimbiK, Addret me at Carhtlc, Ky to their purpose of defeutlng him. irc ol Leaving the minister's house, tho thrco (.darkle)) urn nl toliiinliii, of the d Coiilidenie,2 iS, jil dam by llcrrand, lru mi of Nclmiido all haste to reach the depot, and at bc(ira, 1 4i jd dam I'V Matchlo, aire of the Kill' Vermont i the tire of tho entrance encountered the clerk who dam uf 1 lim j yilj. hud shadowed Ingot, und who saluted them aItiinnrr Hoy, aj,' lllack Man, 1 of the Lady Oak dam of s', anil I.iilmii (Ol, , altoilre familiarly, with an ulr of visible relief. and Nut (iambctla W like 1 jd. The Kin gif , Nellie I. Seiom! cuiMin to Maud S , lay I'.je-ScWINMJ "Oh, here you aro. I was just going to f jh. Mnll tit Ut' I.. ifl ,fi I Hill' l):iilft II It ", UM lllllll" KenYour turtv's 111 lleatricc i ,tH, l.aily I'atcben J (H, and telrnhono to thn by b) Lncison Kiictvm there. Ho was tuklnir tickets for tho '"l.:V. ".".. "- If r" and tire of the id dam uf Meiuhrino IJr ii by Mtmhrilin (6in1) i,y litt dim hief, I' matter, -i "" southern train, which isn t .i.,.. ...,i for '" ""'"i-- lUmblttunUti.bv AbdalUh. lre of the dam uf (iubalh l y llu un lrd Ji and hn Kvttlik's twenty minutes, hut tho joke of tho wholo Sir Walter j 17. utdambv Charle Kent mare- - daughter lire the dimiof iS in the I y lnl KmcK.nJr it half brother Id km, thing is thut ho came to us to bo tied. bv Imb llellfiiunder, iddam One li)C, by IIIOiop I il'i at a 4 year old and told to Robert iciutdufia llunuer , would havo kept him nt tho office, but llainblctiiiiian-- ,td dam Slhertall, b) Imp. Me, that ae fur iio,u Steele K).hk' llainbletunian i the ire ol Kirtl dam by lldduc by vld Pilot, tire of I'llut Jr I was sent to truck nener 1 iSunif,t7 other ho smcllcd a mice, and so uith records nf jo or ,iin J jo lit Pllol Jr tired Ntltle of Ja) him down." nctter, alio of the dam uf Trinket J ( and 35 See I la, Maud S i u8,, NuI-ik- kI daintll), anJ re 1 ill Tho party turned toward tho waiting other "lib record of 30 or better the I 30IU1 Mtmbniio Chief tired Lady lliorni Hawk, i iSy, WuiMlfuril MeinUrino Vermont room, but Norris wns first. He was first to ire of Kthan Diiu'iimx') bv Mill' lllack Dunn 'H), llnnull 1 1, Allen 1 Vermont 1 JU, I'ltk Mcnibnuo catch sightof a certain white, weary, wistful tut;' ! lrc of the (Unit 5H Knltcmn, 1 mi, und alxi Membnno Star t ChiefMenibrmuIU) llctit)7, aj;t ut iyt, Pilot 1 Nurl ne of the dam ut Mamlirlno llruce, the lrc of ' Stir jiov, face umid tho waiting crowd. " Oh, Carol, thank Heaven Kncttoiijr it a ohd iilaik, 16 hand. hih an thank Utile Wll.un 1 iiS b Sherman Muiyan.dain lllack llak, jxiunilt lieu a None that rcmi-Heaven, that you mo nut married to thut a IHill'IrottlnK man- - Hill' lllack ll.iuk i the weight ut but ctenif he Lancet muni that we are iu time." a;Vuuny 1 ;H, uiendt hiiutelf lil.KKi hat hehad no pcdigice, hi Utile ol Saratoga duet M,,ttmj the America one of the ifraiideti naltiunt in thoufd make Ho had neither eyes nor thought for uny Kthan Allen 1 15H. and Kcntuik) Sr dam of ii, but her. It was tho clerk who stared In 1 !cn und I the lre of the Tenncee lllanche 1 JJS. licet will be anj Tweed, j ?, wonder, doubt and final conviction around. aUo the founder ot ii'tf urent lllack Hank fauiil) the SI 0 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, "Why, where has he gouot lie win hero that ha In the male amllrmalr line 400 of i'i or it uu)ni(niiiutiii'ii nn aner weaning tinir not two minutes ago. Well, I reckon ho better repreentatlte. h Old Columbiif , Ire ol Ji will t.e added Parting with ur mutiny roire t iilumhu s, took me iu und lit. He was so dcucedly cool Confidence a (IUtkl a ,Meeni;er mare rendert mouc) Joe U ill alto ttand iu tinejit., dam Old Ciiluinbii 1 4tj concerted pacer, brought about it that I didn't supjiose ho dropped to tho game. Pure waste of time to logic for frum I aiiada, ire nl Confidence a aS, ColumlHit PKACOCK, N'aiiKatur t,, Ituwmond 1 .V'i. and Viiiipc Co him now, gontleiiKii. That covo I"10", lumbtit of jji, , and alo1 lrc uf the dam 1 41, lien At t .in tame iniiditi.ini at aliote ilh JiadJel whut ho's ulfcHiL Work tho wires for all Mnrrill J j;, l.ime N. tok, amele ru lie 11 144 hnJ Nminif Columlni I tin-- tire ot II If nut Mnl hef ire acatiin; time they aro worth; I'll bet ten to ono that you i"t),Jt;S huh, blaik uh meal) Hinlt an. I central make . g X" or lx Iter pcrfurtnrr, and ha . . .'. I. ,1. P.. ill don t find hir.i " 1)1.1 Ciiluni . I, 111 nr hrtfrr nrrfrtrmir up K s 1'OWI.t.L it. ifnl Ini I the founder of thcColuinbiu fimih, which loand a half milet frmn lluttontille I'n li C iintinucJ i blo.nl wa to the K lit whit the Pilot, Jr. bluuj HutKMitilteaiid I 1' erl) I urnpikc Koad on t l.inc. a In Kentucky lierr-tnlnr- "Tut, tut, my boyt Gono to Parson Avery's with ilvo mluutos' sturt; wo'll come up with them yet. Whore's thai buggag NEW IIUTCIIKR SHOP. I tin- - KiTtill hatti opened i Itiilclicr ilmp at How nnd In limits nnd am pivpari'd furnish JLVT.n'"..?." VermontHambletonian u m GILDEROY, , t ' York-thln- 1 -, : ll.in-nihil- tint-,bli-( - lli-li- - l FOR 3ALI. House and Acres Iaud i, e ' ' - 1 In-o- f 1 11 t .,.... JR., j j ' lirti-tUtt- count) "C0MK TO nn MAUHIRD, En I' CHAPTER A CUMF. XXVIII. CHASE. pilo. Both men faced about, braced cither to fight or to fly. In a twinkling tho light was out, thero was a rush, and Norris found himself grappled with in tho darkness, tObscd and shaken with a strcugth greater than his own, though not sufficient to quite shako off his hold. Help camo to him just as the light was struck again, and u curso followed by u groan camo from tho muu who slipped out of his hnuds to go dowu under a blow from tho cudgel of tho policeman who had come to his aid. The latter stooped above tho prostrate ligure, turning it partly over. "I reckon he's got his dose. Fell on his own knife, do you seoi He had it out ready for you when I downed him." Tho wounded burglar cast a despairing look nround. He saw his companion, his wrists fettered, standing sullen and dogged in tho custody of tho oftlcor. " I'm dono for, Tom," ho muttered. " I 6aidit was foolhardy work, but I'vo got to mako it easy as I kin over there." " Cuss you, uro you for toblabi" "I don't want to hurt you. Tom. You'ro my pal, an' you stuck byiuo. But, don't you see, Ingot knowed what we was up to on' ho's give us awny. I'll blow on him, if I live long enough," panted tho suffering Harkl" "i'm done he Mcrmano. rascal, who spoko with difficulty, and who was writhing in nn agony of pain and " You'd better let up," growled tho othor, warnlngly; but Stone, whoso bloodshot eyes now turned upan Norris, gave no heed to his companion in crime. "Mebbo it'll bo a help to mo if I help you," ho said. "Thut express business, you know. There were live of us in it, and Ingot put up tho job. His share was to bo the packago which was took before, hut when that turned up mlssin', ho wa'n't nbovo takin' his divvy with tho rest. Ha was in tho racket at Childer's houso, hunt-ifor papers, while I was to get tho IkxhUo bis tracks. I hain't iiothin' for covet-in- ' ngin hint there, for ho put up my bail through tho counselor, out'n his part of tho express money, but l'vo nllers suspicioned ho'd disk'vered that them notes was Wno got thn lirst package! I Mown. don' know. If uuy man docs, it's Ingot, an' he kep' It to likwolf." roit,-TOM!- fr. n' Ingot woko with tho dawn. Ho rose at once, and dressed with painstaking care, a flutter of cxultution astir in his breast. Ho stepped across the passage for a glance in Lyman's room before he descended tho stairs, but, early as he was, another was earlier. figure knelt by the A little, grny-cla- d bedside, tho bright head bowed as if iu prayer, it might bo for strength, it might bo for tho life for which sho was sacrificing herself. The Intruder drew back without announcing his presence. " Let her hare It out," ho said to himself. " It will bo one while before sho gets tho chance to cry over him again, unless ho does the best thing he could do, aud drops clean out of life very soon. May bo us well that I'vo concluded to gut uway. I might tako the notion to help him out, who knows! It could bo made dreadful easy with all them medicluo bottles setting around. A do-- too much, and who'd bo to blame i" Dangerous thoughts these to follow upon an acknowledged wish for Lyman Childer's death, but Ingot was quito too shrewd und calculating to take chances in any such desperate deed. Ho had paved tho wav to withdrawing tho full portion of Carol's supposed fortuno from tho bank, und as this was the exnet sum ho had laid out in the first place to secure from Edsou, be had made up his mind to be satisfied with it unless tho fates camo to his aid in disposing of Lyman. In that case ho would muko a bold strike for all, as ho would in any case for tho half, us ho had announced to Mr. Evcrleigh. In pursuuncoof this scheme ho had formed another plot, tnkmg Sarah partly into confidence, though by no means tolling her all ho had in view. Ho was going with his bride for a short trip out of tho city, ho said. It would bo a sorry honeymoon at tho best, but ho would tako her to somo quiet place where sho could rest for a day or two, and he would arrange with tho doctor to send dispatches to keep them Informed of every change in Lyman's condition. Thoy would bo near enough to reach him if ho grew worse, and Carol would bo better ublo to meet tho shock If It came. Sarah appeared to pour his coffeo as ho sat down to his solitary breakfiwt, and h3 kept her, asking some questions about tha luggage, and carelessly talking about his plans. Tho morning paper, still damp from tho press, lay utton tho table. He took it u;. and glanced over it whilo giving his in structions. " You are ;ot to say a word to Carol, mind. Bo a joke to ruu off with my own wife, won't It, without her knowing it till tho time comes! Sho'll seo it was for tho best when sho brightens up n little, which sho wouldn't do horo. You're suro you'vo got all sho'll need put up? Well, sco now if you can coax her to tako a mouthful or two before tha currlago comes uround. I ordered It early, to glvo us plentyof time." Ho was glad tho next moment thnt ho mid called the womnn's uttentlou away from himself. Ho gnpied the paper hard und stared at it, while a tingling shock run over every nervo und llbor, as ho took In tho meaning of one bnof paragraph on which his eyes rested "A twld attempt was niado ut nn early nour this morning to burglarize the bank of "There's a magistrate's onieo Just around tho next corner," said he. "To savo time, wo rany ns well go there. You won't mind the difference, will you. Carol? it's getting tho knot tied ull tho same." Two or three clerks vcro writing in tho dingy outer office which they presently entered, and a portly gentleman glanced up from his morning's mail as ho heard himself asked for. "I am Justice Steele,'' ho announced. "Come to bo murried, eh!" as Ingot explained. " Oh, yes, wo can do thut business for you here, quick und sure. Nunio of tho contracting parties, if you please, nnd ago of brido. I must tell you that if the lady is under eighteen it will bo necessary to havo tho consent of her parents before the ceremony is performed." McntaKy, Justico Steele had put this down us a runaway match. Ingot hastened to set him right on this scorJ, but a shadow of gravity that had not been apparent on tho official's countenance dawued thero us ho heard the names. "Ingotl" ho repeated. "Lately iu tho employ of Kvcrlelgh & Co.! Well, J!r. Ingot, I must ask tho favor of taking tho young ludy aside for a moment while 1 talk to her. This way, .Miss Childer." Ho opened a door of an Inner room us ho spoke, but a seemingly careless glance which had passed between tho magistrate and ono of his clerks warned Ingot und put him on his guard. Ho drew Carol's hand within his urin as ho backed toward tho door, und with u fair simulation of linger broke out: " You sceiii to doubt my word, sir, so, on second thought, III not trouble you. It will go hard If I can t find some one to uiarrv us without all this lMjthor." "Oh, very well: just as you like," responded tho justice, coolly. Tho clerk had turned away from his desk and was struggling into his overcoat Ingot hurried his bride-elefrom tho office, and scarcely drew freo breath until ho wns seated by her side iu tho hack they had taken. "They knew something alwut that business there," thought lie, and after thoy had gono u square, changed his directions to tho driver. A second hack turned out of tho line of vehicles, doubling on tho samo course they hud taken, und Ingot wus assured of whut ho had already suspec-tod- , that he was being shadowed by tho clerk. " Straight to tho depot," ho ordered the coachman. " Drive llko tho devil. You shull huvcu fiver If you drop thut fellow behind us." Carol roused herself for the first iu mingled wonder nnd alarm ut theso strungo proceedings. "Oh, what is 11 You aro not taking mo uway from Lyman I Stop, driver, stopl" "Hush, will you I" commaudod Ingot. "YoillilllIgolmclttoL.viliiin, Iswcarlf.but first you'vo got to ro with tnu. I need you . .. -- ... .! uu nun, muu ....i iu kui lu nurvu illy luril." r Thoro wus a riiiK ut the door of tho Childer housu ilvo mluutos after Ingot and his betrothed wifo left It, and Harah opened it to answer tho eager ino,uinen of Norris llorguian liy a statfinont of tho facts. " Him und SIlss t'urol'H gono away to got married. They're not Hcotnln' hack Ooln' uway on a weildln' trip. Set that box down easy, Timl-- to bo gone for a week, 'lcs they're called baclt, us I'm soro afruid they will bo, poor things!" "Gone I Oh. Uncle Amos, wo have coraa too lato." ct 11 1 door. get married " Yet it was not to tho Hev. Mr. Avery's that Ingot took his bride, hut to a humbler parsonage, whero I' was quito evident they had not been oxpectod. " 1'upa Is not down yet," said tho pretty young ludy who received them. " Ho was up lato last ni it with a sick man, so wo did not call him this morning. I will do so ut onco if you wish to wait." Ingot's impatience would not brook dolaj Ho responded thnt they would not disturb tho minister, nud turned away from tbe Hue has been changed, and wo won't havo time to wait for it, hut we'll pick ono up on tho wuy. If uny one asks for us, tell them wo have gone to tho Itov. Avery's house to fmK POWDER Absolutely Pure. t KENNY WILKKS. Tin Miuni; tailinn Hill make the ram at the mine plaie and will be limited to twent mare AT BLTJEMOITT. tt-i1 i Ha) l ion, 1; handi and imhliuh, will nn tlir teaxin ..f MSJ ai the tihb of l.njtrnan ,V Ky., 01 June And will if'i in training the win I'arris Latuatler. fating the pedigree that h It one rind on AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVIHC COLT. uf the bett hred ttiumr bure ftttutli uf the litter j lie ha tbe hluod uf (ieorve Wilkr, American Mime) due if mare i parted with t.att )ear a Cla) and MeenKer to bai k him lor a tpeed pro bit firti tetoui, 4 of hit ri it hat already nm duccr Pedigree Krnni Wllkr't wa tired bv I. tie they ai line and lare Mr Kiilwrl Collier bat 1 11 it the bmt tult Wilke 4' 511. tire of Mattie Wllke a o, utdam one and rter foaled on hit plan All tin-- frrt all) mi hat etrr bad in N .elka bt ad Hiawatha, lull ltcr to Maud Wili;ard in bit oi,ll te liam wat that hit cult Jo, id dam Tena bt Matnbnno Mcteni;er ire of the dam of Mettentfer Chief, whu ind tmall, tbe ...lit that hat mme ptrne m the con t Maud Mratrnuct it b A etandrr' llellmunt , 6V; t Jam ht tluwnlnc' Hay trarv Mettcniier, ith dam b) 1 ounic Jeffertun, pacer; nf AUtanJcr't Abdatlah and Hell I.) Mambruii Chief, who it tho tire uf Nut-i- .i a iJtj. WrJf-i.- M jth dam bv llunl' CuininoJotr j I.)le Wike 'i)o ton uf Oeore Wilict.ltt ift mure ij, Vieknu ao,S- Diek Mi. ire a jjVj an t C lay, the j y in firtt dam by Conir- iin d dam dam l.uu Coun,bv American be out .f bt Mambriiiu t hlel, td dam Mr Caudle, by Import,! ti iiu... i li.,rouxhbrt-i- l d dam Ohi id Hiawatha ht lliawithi, ton .Millwitxt b) lmifliil Motiareh damof lUbpt d dam by lamj l.laad lllack lla.k uf Imp Albion, dam Duther'i Maid by Mambrlno Umtnini;' lla Mcttenner hv Hat ' Mr Iraynor lianilliti llluemMiu two montlit Mrttcnircr be tan trut a niner, dam hi Imp Mettenir Downing' Hay Ian teaton 1 he mi in lie trotunl Mr l.eicbrr' tra k 5 MetenKer it the ircof I adv Martin 1 ij, Jim iraik in Porter a asu Manibrmu Meem;er, ftlreufden whent tliuv lite rrkt in 2 1', the ati inarti-i limed by Mr Lrtrlier. Ilr maJe a deore II i bnmat. who tirtd Siott h.nnat t 11, ran. ai I etintin xf i Jcr.nn be at in tit I adr K.J and S Jiidbenirf - irtb 4 TIIOS C K()IIIM)N, I Mil rM.XN A-- r'tllKIS Stanford, Kr. $15 TO. INSURE, ll 1111 i) lllui-mou- - a h- xl K r 1 ilti-.on.l- f- 111 12 m lau.atitr KentuckyGentralR. R. "J !!...!: (. ItASH ItOITK, ' THAT FIGHT CK. Simmon, bt, I.ouit, Trop'r Jf . A. Simmon Liver Medicine, Kit'd II. Allin.Prop'r A.Q.Simmon. Mv- -' cured "etfulator, Km'U by Zellln M. A. S. L. M, haa for 47 Thitpowdcr never vtriet. A mirvel ot puritv .More ec inm. at THE SHORTEST AHO QUICKEST tirciiKtn and whjleorren ti ROUTE and cann-lie old in than the ordinary lin-Il" 'I ' ompetition with ihe miilt.tude of ' r teti, weight alum or ph tphitr p wder Sold nnly In CENTRAL KENTUCKY KuiAi. llikiN', PunncK ( o tana Wall Street, New Vork I all Tho Original Wlna. TII03IAS sheriff,tuujcttu It a . NEWL1ND of Candidate for re election to the ollica the actum of the dem SOUTH'WST. - W Sk J a FAST LINE & DETWEEN riTE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST LEXINGTON N.. CINCINNATI. No 4 scHHii'i.KiNrm.cr South Hound. i. Sun a m .1 w N ' L HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES $2.50 TO ING S4 PER DAY. to rooms; ACCORD- TL'KKISH.V RUSSIAN MATHS IN HOIKL a )i l.ve Cot inston. I.vc Falmouth... 10 m .. no) l.ve Cyuihiana 11 40 Arr Pant. . Arr I.oinstun .. 11 )Q 11 jo I.te Pari Arr Wmchtt.., Ji Arr Kichmood ... S 10 Arr I.aniiatter i 00 Arr Stanford A( l.ve Richmond "a Herca. Arr Arr Lexington.. f f . 1 Sun p 111 7 ... p in jl p in , - i in Bt to it p in 4 op in a m 10 JO p in 5 1,1 p m p m II jo ji in 6 10 p in it m 10 5J p in j o p 111 p m 11 ij P '" " "5 l' '" r llait) C I W ursrtraiA.SiCK IIiADACiii,I.nT Soch Stohacii. Ktc. Hev, T II. lleami, PaatorAI. K. Church, Adaim.Ttnn., tvritei;"! lllilnk toouiu nave oeen JeaJ but lor your Genuine AI. A. Simmons Liter Medicine. I have NMi aomellmet had to auhitltute I art.. "Zedln'a atufl" for your Altdi toimrs cine, but It don't tniwer lha purpote." pnt fljflllt. It. Oravei.IIditor Tit Ur.J. Ateinnhli.Trnn. I received a nackai-- r nf iimil.i,.. Medicine, and have uii-i- l half of It. It work tike a charm. I want no Indiotiom, IllLIOlaNItl. iA tear ArriTtTt, t C'VVJ Vyt I, better Liver Regulator and talnly uo more orZcilln'a rsixturc rr. jjj I p m, p m M 1' 1 4 4. m p m 0g No. 1. M, III fiVv X iAITTEE' n.URtN Cholera Cure! -b- f m, Ni j. . Nurth-llsut- h. So. j. S 10 glr 1 Fm V'i H MB SAiXIHIlGE AIDEAI1. THK COMIIINKD STALLION. I.M- - l.ve I.itiugttoii.. Hamlet Wit niaVc the She by City, in and Knob Lick ne.uoii.witli nu colt, toiiml and t Dexinaarls 11 ! .. e.io-- i of i?J8 .it Illy ttable near f.iiuoln loimiy. on the Shelby I ity Tiirnpi e road, at u c.ith lor the nun liiiuri.nce,or $10 10 inture a right ll.imb-Denmiiri nadar bay, with p enty ol tty e and action, bat bin tail and mane, aland 16 liaiidi high, j year ild thi inng- - A a d combined fiortc he liutjin tiiperior, if un eipui , having an tirt prirc nl viirluut in Kentucky Pair in tbe State in harnet-i- under sudd e and in borte, at a tad-model ring; and now aia harne d horc, I e horte, at a combined and 5 be ieve he hat not a peer in Kentucky! b- - Kim: Denmark, be by Ibimiet Dciiinart it Stur Deniiiar', he byjonet" Uennurr, he by o d II 11c llciimarK, Jlie 4. tine race nore ne uv imo. Hedgcford . ne oyi-0iraci, impuri-Urtt (linn by r, i, .bun In- - Inn ltron.bc lit- tji et Scruiilnt and he by Sir Archie; third duni by Duke of lied. iiuu ns wj ,...,..... ...,..i-- , f"J.t 4h oam ny er, fifth dam by Keliliicy iiiottoiu aim neiiy Imp. Illoitoiu, 0111 oam iiy iiruiut, 7m "jiu " Spcd.il. Hamlet Denmari' dam by old I.cxiti.'toii, id dam by Kinery Jv Walker" S agner. It itiicedlet to.ty that for haruot mid taddlc, and fur action, beauty, atye and e egnnce at breeder, Hamlet ha 110 (iipcrlor, and he traiumin thete iiualities to hit orTipritij. A token of my appreciation of pan fat or, aud an inducement for fiitue anittance I wo give $50 In premium for the bet three co t liy Ham-ic- t to be tliownln i8Sj ut the D.invllto Fair. flood pasture will be furnuhed ut Ja 50 per iiiotuh. Aly pcrtona and peclu attention w be git en mares to prevent accident, but wl no tbe reipontib e sbou d any occur. C. T. SANniDC.K. ,3 , 1 1 11 ni l.ve I.ancatler . 4 10 a in 5 4) a m Arr Richmond... 11 ai a in' I.te Richmond... I jo p ml 6 50 a in Arr Winihetter .5 P m 7 4 a in( 3 Arr Pari "." ":: 7 J5 a nil 3 01 p in ts S l.ve Lexington .. 3 10 p nA I jo a in 3 50 p in Pan 40 p j p I.te Kj, in 9 06 a m 4 jo p m 4 00 l.ve Cynthiana o "J a j 15 p m KlS.t I.te i'nlmotiili.. 4 51 r 35 a in u 50 i in Arr Cotington. .. 6 io p Ek!iA. llu the Maviville Hranch. No. 0 leat el 8)0, am and No. 11, at 5 ao, p in, arrltlng at ni. No. 10 Maytvillc at 1050, a m, and 740, leave Maytvillo at 6 00, a in, arriving at Pari at 8 ao, a in. No. J leatet Maytville at lot and arritetat Parit it 3 J, p in Thete train are, daily encept Sunday No leate Cotington at 8 30 a in. arrive at .o. Falmouth at 10 30 ,a m; Sunday onlyCovlliL-lo- 31 ,,,!, ,,, ,n m. arrive at 1,,, nt'u ,0 ., No 15 leate I.exing. .Sunday only . . .. m arr,veI 'Brl 7 55 n m. ,o. leave of dollars worth of Cutlncion in n 111. arritet I'alinoiith 7 ao inn v , l.aVe. - la mouth at 5" a m, arritc at Cut. chickens die every year from Choi-era- . ; '.., , m It is more fatal to chickens than ffAILY KXCKl'T SUNDAY. all other diseases combined, tint the j ). rains 3 anu are uaiiy uciwccn Win. chetier. Lexinston and Cincinnati: other other discovery of u remeay tint fosithviy train are daily except Sunday. Direct connection it made at Winchester tilth cures it has been made, and to be conSterling, Ashland Chcapcake it Ohio for Ml. vinced of its efficacy only requires a Huntington, Charlettan, V. V. and hattern cities Not. 3 and 4 run via Winches, KAS P LINK trial bottle is entugh fat Sleeping Cars, beter. Solid train with Pullman one hundred chickens. and WinIt is gnat tween Cincinnati and Richmond, Va chester and Wathingtnn. If, after using df 'I'lirough tickets and baggaje checked to any anteed a bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly dettinatiou reached by a railroad. agent or the Co. For full particulars address any satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken S. F. II. MORSE. K. II. IIACON, Traveling Past'g'r Agt., Oen'l l'ast'g'r Agt., Cholera, return it to the undersigned Cotington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. and your money will be refunded. U.K. HUNTINCi TON, Oeneral Manager. For Sale by AlcRoberts & Slagj, OonOfflcoa, Covington, Kontuclcy. on a m t$ a in Arr Kiihtuond... ii 4) aw I.te Stanford . .. 7 .0 a in Hera 'Ay"j . i i) in, 6o .ji . . . 1 2-U- 111 111 ffY?' SI.J. st . . ' 111 111 1 1 I t 11 1 ,. Thousands - 1 f a 50-cen- two-tnirri- s Y "gJUjmjj J'"" iit'iiUiwrfniMnnjaimliMvy.. ffi, ii,, Hiilniii , , iWlil I)