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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888070301 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. DR. KENDRICK ini-iin- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY COI) ' 8, d888. gtanford female allege. NO. 41. NEWCOMB well-kno- N S fe wiu invented them ami introduced them into the worship of (iod in the Christian Ki Ki'iisXT IIi:utiom:ic., Klephants Church V" were kept by the khnzsof llttrmah as ex"No; the whole spirit, soul and genius ecutioners. When piisonors condemned of the christian religion are against this, to die for treason often innocent perand those who know the Church of (Sod sons who weie wealthy and the monbest, and what constitutes its genuine arch desired their tivasun for himself spiritual state, know that these things wore brought out of prison to make a for filll.lii. win..tili.lii f.ti tin, ttiimtliiiu. nil. have been introduced as a ie life and power of re igion, and that strike toiror to the hearts of the kings where they pievail most theie is leti't of enemies, they were oe,eutod by tlie-- o the power of religion." So taught Alex-- , l.l.,(,i,1,ts Kiich one would catch hold nnuor uampDen also, ami main .otneix ;, w,t.mm.t , )V tu. m.t.k with ;t. We all know that iustiumeutal inu- - his trunk, lilt him oil' the mound, give a it whip, then ie was not in the Tabeinaclo worship; suddeit jeik like that liavid introduced ,,; that it was ju tho'Iemplo worship when the Savior, i inii mils and kneaded them to pulp, was erucilled; ( It was never in the Syna-- , The Louisville & Nashville is trying a gogties, so far as we icail.i kand that the de ice for announcing in the cars the first christians did not use it. All the! appear. 11 or. siaiiiru-encyclopedias, allthehistoiies.ete., unite ,.onis,., MibMantially ofmi's a hreadthofcau-isentiment with Coleman in his Chris-- va., the ends broimht together to make holt, moving vertically on two tian Antiuuities. when he wivs: "The ' a". 'i'il-srollers. on tin canvas is painted the organ constituted no pait of the fmnitititl ltiiitists. ill tit wltit tiilisj ti tltit riiit ., i,,,,,.'!,,,,,,., ture of the anciunt churches." "Theor-- , ti1( .. 1(1t.. i(, i,u.iM.(i gan is said to have been introduced into walnut case, two feet high, IS inches the church by l'ope Vitatiun in the 7th wide and six inches deep. Through a apoituro in front century." Thus the Apostles ami first narrow, seen the names of the stations as may bo practically rejected instrumen- they successively move in tin Held of christians tal music in the worship; practically and view. When a station is reached by the and most forcibly! For wu know they train it stop which prevents the moveoylindois is withdrawn by ment of might have used it had they wanted it. a simple the device, and the cylinders, being No pleading as to the meaningof jvalto or put in motion, bring to view the name any kind aids totlie voice orsongservice, of the station reached; at the same time can ever answer this unilenied and mi asiitnll gong attached for the purpose is rung to attract attention. deniable fact. The llrst christians prau tically rejected it, because they did not Syrup of Figs want it. Tlioy icfiised to use it. And I Naturo's own truo laxative It is the t0 in all the ages till the Church was most easily taken, and the most oilectivo corrupted. 4. Yes, I said Hro. "W. wronged Long romedy known to Cleanso tho Systom and the other authors quoted as towiiVo. when Bilious or Coitivo; todhpel HeadThis it would bo easy to show, anil it is aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitnot wonderful, since lie has made soma, ual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, otc. ny other great mistakes, over .JO of which Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. I have pointed out in this correspondFor sale by A. II. Penny, Stanford. Some of them he confesses and ence. sss m candor requires that he should as plain, 'Mat Hacking Cuij(h can be so quickly cured ly confess the others. If the Ajcntles by Sbitoli's Cure We guarantee it. Mcltoberts understood that 'w.fo meant the use of St Sugg, Stanford; Crow Co,, McKimiey, sub-titutc torejuiar customers in Mar Or J and siciuii) ever) nirniii; ! GOO CSMMIT IMfKOlK OV HIMSKLr. The State Prohibition Convention of Accounts -'lint is iut be paid at the clo.e of ea h month blasphetii) to assert. Hut "out of the eater lie Michigan is intensely indignant over tiie or vi hen customer quit R K. BARROW. ? cas bring meat;'' and a ruin restored, lie can watered-whisk- y temperance plank that make more glorious than the thing destro)ed. Sa-- t the Chicago Convention tacked on to its C. A. BENEDICT & CO., in's malice opens up u channel before link mm 11, They are 1ntsUi1.l1 I.OVKmiy run and disport itself as in platform at the last moment. excusable for their wrath. Tho commit- Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, swell atengement "Darkness shows us worlds of li; ht tee on resolutions, after a protracted then-iany known comiound k" " STANFORD, KY lerof Daidthat soiuaiivinstrtimentsof l Vsenesersass b d i ' quarrel, concluded to Bay nothing upon nllMl wil1- muterial injury, aid music should Ik. introduced into the di- -' Indeed this is a common lesson, taught us at i , l"i rapid Kmttth ofhuir on a young etcrs turn iu our ruined world bickness from the temperance issue; and the poor, litWells drilled to order and Pumps funiUhpd at vino service." Dr. C. nivs furtlien r, which finally factory prices. jo a burled germ of blessing, that tle, dampened 'iu' thit,: Hxturcs am satisfied that David was not author-- ! nim' hw Wl' of (id can bring to light; and a hu- came in after the convention hail prac- C W, '("I"'''i'i.' stimulants, such as canthari-us- e i.ed by the honl; (todothisi that thc HETCALr j , HAVS. man character springs out of u that no tically adjourned, was simply an insult n lo, orSpanMi liy, aiesaid to be of 'such instruments of music in health iould develop, or produce Vet sukness, to the prohibition METOALP & HAYS. bull. Michigan is Church is without sanction w,,,lt ollicacious, if piMistently applied like death, is a cur.c and on!) a curse. verv likelv to be :t democratic State this ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. lirelh-tea considerable "Yeineint it foresil," said Joseph to his and against tin will of (iod; that they '" """'orate quantities for "tiod brings lite to light out of it" Thus fall. the mixtures iccom- s s "" are subversive of the spii it of true devo-- ' l,,'ri,,,1 llARUOURYILLKand PINKYII.LE, KY. again and again the riddle of Samson (!od' Asiatic cholera kills people by the that purpose is: Cologne tion, and that they are sinful. If tliero Will practice in any court in EasUri Kentucky. nhkc- -i unfolded to our wondering slew. Only made a pcrialty Examinations """,i,; lii t il ammonia 1 drachm, thiol- - wo mutt plow with Samson's heifer, or e will wholesale and there is no cure lor it; site tracts of of land titles and mineral lands Any was a woo to those who invented timber, coal for monts of music, as David did, under the tiro cuntharides '2 drachms, oil tosemary ntser learn lis hidden impurt Only b) the Spirit but (.ianter's chicken cholera cure re- sale. Information tarnished on any point and cor. i3i-t- f In- - Spirit taught. respai.dcnce solicited. Only b) Spirit, spiritual-I- s stores the chicken that is down to per-- 1 lavender 1L diop. Apply to can wc law, is there no woe, no curse to them discern feet health. It is warranted by Mc-- , the face dailv. I itiHtiuiiu'iit.s in tin-- MorMhip, then they t to willfully iliwiliey (.ind, for thuy Claims Ihe Close on Elder Williams. might lutvo hud tliciii mul tlu'v ithl not! IJiio. Wii.i.hmi: I thought you wild Are you prepared so to charge the Apos- vour second letter to nm wiih tho hist of Hon? Or ran you tell why thev liil not Now, in use them, if they weie proper ami nee our earthly of June 8, I hee emary.' lht IsTKiiiou.loniNAi. l'arly in life I learned Hoinethiiig of your third letter. Well, uh you have two very unen viahle classes of men who diunged o frequently, you may again. This !h an imcouragitig thought. made it a rule to he positive and dog- You begin tlum: "I only intentl tore-pl- v malic in proportion to their manifest to the new matter that you (I) in failure or error. Thim they tried to make troduce into your (my) last article." Hut up liy round, hold and repeated uscr- I introduced no new matter in mv hint tion what they lacked infaetaandtrutha that logically iepiired or allowed thin re- - I am forced to think of tills on reading ply; and your entire article is occupied Hro. '.' repeated aseitioni, H.i "wip-wit- h n matterM previously hefore you. No ling out every trace of Hro. K.'h at all for thin reply would he het- - uient;" and "I have hown his argu-te- r I am nientn to he fulncioti.s; liifl teanoning un-nthan thiH ollort at a ren-o- n. Ktirpridcd that you haw your ratine Humid; his .scriptural (piotation.i to teach the very reverse of what he allirmed; hi.s needed help. 1. I am glad you do not repeat that etatemonta incorrect; his logic looo nnd Miriam uwd an organ. She used a time incoherent and himself a very unsafe keeper for her dance, which, it neeius, party leader!" Truly Hro. V. must he a you do not want. Von want the thnhiel, very gieat man! Then is one truth, hut not the dance. There is, I repeat, however, in this very peculiar hentence, the Kline authority ('.') for the dance, ami vu: "himself a very unsafe party lend-i- f you will have the timbrel, you must Ut." The tiuth is I am nosortaf a"par-hav- e the dance. Hut leally, there is not ty leader," and were there any dangerof one word indicating that God ever rom-- j heing followed I wouhl earnestly protest niauded or appiovetl either. Hoth were "gainst it; I would say "follow the ex-o- f Miriam, not of (Jod, so far ils wu are, amide of the first christians and the wonl informed. As well charge Hod witii of tiod." I am very willing forounead-Jeptha'- s rash vow. It could not how or- -' ors to decide, ih they will, whether Hio. whip, hecaune IhmI had not loininanded W. has done all thee great things or it. M10 was just rejoieing, as politicians not. It seems to me that while the do at their succeNses; and they do not d Moses is sipiarely again-- t the use of of worshipping. music in worship, as we ''. I request my readen to oMiiiiim earefully the passages referred to res- - have neon, candor requires Hro. V. to pecting David's Mng the author of in- - admit that its ue or non uo there has utriniK'iital music in the Temple worship, nothing at all to do with its ue inchris-vk- : We are under a new law --' Citron. 'J'X'Sr, 1 Chron. 2...."i; Atno- - tian womhip. i:l-- .. The fact that (iod by (lad ami and cannot have any woixhip that it is Nathan commanded a ceitain order, in not authorized by the new law. Hence which instruments were used, is not we plead neither for the dance or the proof that He commanded or approved music of David or Miriam; neither for the e of the instruments, lie com- - the infant church membership or the inanded .Snuuel to makr a king; and sacrifices under the law of Mocs, etc. Mores "commanded" the giving of a di- - Does not candor require t tint we come vorce; and yet Ho never approved cither, to the New Testament for authority for Ho bore witli them, owing to "the hanl-- 1 New TeMament worship? I have gone nes of their hearts." See Dr. A. Clark back and answered the appeals to the on the paage claimed to prove that He OldTt"tmeiit, because some might be commanded instruments. As the com-- ' led astray by them, mid, I trust, that it mon version leads, it simply jinives that has appeared that the Old Testament, (.iod regulated the onler He command- - when rightly considered, is against such ed a certain order. Dr. C says: "The, iiiimi- - in the worship, in the- fact that did not put it theie. .Moen never Synac and Arabic give this a dillerent turn. 'Heekiah apHinted the Invites' mimed it. Hut wean.' under Christ and in the Houseof the Iinl witli inntiti should look to Him. Ami the example monts of music and the sound of harps, of the llrst christian is our law. It is mid with the hyinnti of David and the plain. Let us he content with it and of (iad, the king's jimphet, and bor for peace and purity, for harmony Nathan, the king's prophet.' It was by and love, acconlinvto its teaching, ('. Kkmuiick. Allcctionately, the hand of commandment of the Ixird Downey City, Cal., .Juno is, '.s. and His pmphct.s that the Levites should praise the Iord, for so the Hebrew text l or thl' l,,Ifl, of " .vo"lh w,,, 'n, mav bo understood; and it was hv theor- ttrgti-ivjwoot I ' ' law-thin' u-) IS LOVK il) NOTHING ELSE HUSTONVILLE. IMtAISK U'lIK J.OUTJ. lkttt.k from (jkoiujko. hahnksi (Continued from last issue, God begins In 7 Marvel upon marvel, when w,,rk- - '' ,,e w"r'1 u "peii and "Mother F.anh" comet tn the lilrth" uncu more This lime lilt. Ho. ... ... Il.b ....iv In. in ... III. I. ..(.t-- .... l.av I.uniil.i Im ...Ulu llftl. .IV. Ill,' iv .iami crcetiliiKtlilnir" oni 'i he "four looifil nppe.ir In ctMimlem .ec!ci, tn rccl in their re utored life, and praUe the find of their sweet from their dreary Ilnw loin; hut up we cm not tell Hut their ene of free linn who mat know' It must line been tcit.itlc 'I hit resurrection Is as all can see rehearsal (if n later "restitution of all things, spoktn ol liy tlic liolj prophets SINCE Tiir. would iiilan.'' That Is .1 stringc furiuof spcrcli, pi pulling the case l'ules vc see the "amutaiii" In thelii'Kiunin, us the end, the mjstcry of this l.uiKiiaKc is iinsoltrd And this resurrection of (icnesia, like that of the last ot Itetclation, trlls of .1 i.kanu aiivancu in Tim 1 kkati hks Lirr. "Thou sowest not that hody that shall he " The tiling raised far the tiling sown. As licautenus wheat, in stalk and (lower, hears no comparison with the lure Kraiu, so plain and unintitini; 1'or this is part of God's plan; Who, ever, "out of the eater hrings forth meat," and from the cards 1 uf "the stroni;" the delicious "honey and the Does Satan mar ? Ood will take the spoiled handiwork of illmielf and work n miKht) aeni;cineiit 1111 the dcstro)er; while doing for the oppressed creature "exceedingly aliund Here the analogy of antl) almt e" all lliouht the New Testament helps the Old. As Vttert Ttiliimeulo navum lalet ho .Vtno TtiUmrnto rtlut litrt and the resurrection of the later lime sheds Unlit upon that of an earlier date. Sweet is tills lesson, that everjlliiiif in our dear (f mi's hands i.oiis (in ami nkmk hack. Man restored and his "wlc liod fashioned like unto Christ's nloriotu iod'' is as lar superior to Adam innocent "made from the dust of the ground," as the "second Adam" excteds the first There is harlly t comparison, so transcendent Is the change fur the hitter "lite hath not seen, nor car heard" how tar man in oRAit. otcrtopsman in l Mr. Farm S.tniliilge add his cousin, I'rof. I'axton havirg reirff iil, the Trustee! 0! Miss Laura Stindidgi', have returned Stanford Female Colli gs deiire to employ a PrinfromiiHlioit and were cipal for the Institution Address at Stanford, and congratulated iMhitahniHltuul ) j m num. OK) I) wife at church here on Sunday. Hewt KRL, J. Com'tee oxi-urniopre-Hent- ed HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. This old and Hotel is still maintain-in- s its line reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the trateling public M. P NEWCOMII, Prop , Mt Vernon, Ky. SJ-- " isdu-a- ! J W. ALCORN, J ,. iet prisiin-liuun- Won-driiu- s l Will repeat for the infoimation of I fontemed that the examination of Livery, gted and .Sale gtible, white teachers will bo in Stanford the ,. , I base purchased the bim'ier of Messrs. ,lr8t ""ay (and Saturday, if necessary) George I) Wcarcn and I M linn e and ill open & in Jult, and for colored applicants the a bifj yard at the one piinlnsed of Mr Weiren Hesjdcs lumber I sccondjFriday (and Saturday, if necessa- a large line of in rough and Ires.i. I,and shingles, indow vulici, d nir laths, posts and the jui rt feme suld by ry) in thi same month. Mr. W'eareii. s G HULKt-.Permit me to express mv regret that business pressure will compel me to fore To the Farmers of Lincoln and go tno pleasure of an acceptance of the Garrard Counties- kindly invitation of I). G. S.to visit DripW. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. ping Springs on the 4th and oth. Let no LONDON", KV , TheStinford Koller Mills Comptnv vtnnts yaur one suppose that I have any scruples. whole wln'it trup 'jfiSH. and will pt)' incish the Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire highest market price fr it )j nit so'l without Dan's piety is suliicient guar- first seeing Superintendent Potti it the Mill or on reasonable terms London is the most convenient point on the railroad to resch places in the FUST Kit, anty against evil, either in precept or ex- the undersigned. I'res Stanford Koller .Mills Co in the mountain section of the State. to a LUMBER, YARD , n fornn-rl- n-ij- r well-know- n I I ample. 3, honey-comh.- " SATl KK It would Indeed be a dreary fact, ll Satan could take God's glorious creation and mar it bevond recognition; and) ct, uur Gd could not take his accursed work and change it heynnd recognition. It is a poor rule that does not ork both wajs, we sas And surets it i :i ju that this rule of nature and grace Is not an exception. So we maybe sure, trom all analog), that In thr creation of Gen 1, that old, jet not the old- !d est one, the things raited from the dead were far more beautiful than the things that were "buried 1 into death " tn .(glorious sense, I Cor. 15 was rehearsed in that "beginning;" "sown in weakness, raisnlin power; sottii in dishonor, raised in glory" 'lhe light more resplendent; the waters abote the firmament inoro abundant in clcarnens; the grais, the herb, the tree, more graceful!) beautiful; the fish and fowl of finer form anil plumngi; the beast and creeping The Kentucky School of Medicine thing sadly superior to the thing destru)cd; and the sun and moon more glorious in radiance than tit Louisville graduated t!0 young doctors last week. belofethi'ir blotting out four-toot- Jesse Dunn ami hi.s very pretty ! ! young wife, of Barnwell, K. C, are havLONDON, KENTUCKY, ing a pleasant visit at Uriah Dunn's. W. B. Huston, of Lexington, a classmate of To The Voters of Lincoln County: CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. the writer, is here in the pio.tccution of The Tax Hooks are now reads-f't833 ind I hi.s work as agent for the Kqtiitable Life amreadyto revise- tlu taxes Kscrjbod) will Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. please come forward and pas earlv Insurance Co. Had messages last week Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day ind night T I) NKWLAN'I), S I. C Trains are raet by Polite PorteriJ'of this Popular ftoin another classmate, Dr. Geo. It. C. House. Todd, of Barnwell. We three are almost the only survivors of the cla.s of "Mil." We are getting a good share of rain; TEE GEMTS' FUMIS1IER, grass has improved; coin looks promisSTANFORD, KY., 513 4th St., Louisville. ing; wheat harvest is about over, with a better yield than was expected; potatoes, The fashions of the day in th.5 Gents Furnish, E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. with a mot luxurious vegetation above ing line u ill always be found tn H) store. I am around, are suspected as being a mag- agent lor the Indianipihs Steam l.aundr), the This old and Hotel stilt maintains best Laundry in the world. nificent failure. But the mill is in opeits hi jh reputation, and Its Proprietor is determm. ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in ration and gives promioof products that LOUIS SOHLEGEL, the State it its Fare, Appointment!, or Attenwill compete successfully with thoio of tion to his 'luests, llaj;age conveyed to and any molinary institution in the land. from depot free of chargeSpecial accommodaI have had rather an antipathy tions to Commercial Travelers. KV HICIIMOND against the bicycle as an ugly and use.. K. DAS If, J It HILTONless piece of machinery, but since I have Photographs tn all styles and sues. Pictures in witnessed the ease anil celerity with India Ink, Crayon aid Witcr CiKirt. Ner dewhich Kd Walton of the I. J., and Jones signs inKrinjs 11 Iat it s jry l,pnce. DEAt.KRS of Towers' emporium spurn dillicult grades of our coutny roads in the pursuit S. O DAVIS, ROWLAND, KY , of their lawful avocations, oveicoming PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Have just the ten miles between Stanford anil this opened a ne stock of Men's and Boss' Clothinj, Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, MT, VEItNOX.KV. place within an hour, without a quick.soi ion ana ramus- groceries, Also dealers in Coal Country produce taken in exchange for ened pulse, am ready to hand in my solemn incantation and declare that Office nest door to White levi's Drug Store. all., and learn the .tIt.intii. in t.i,1 ...... ... ,.uv Special attention given to dis:as: of children could I call back si century or so, I'd 1871. 18S8. mount the wheel myself and "witch the world with graceful horsemanship." Mill, ! TAXES TAXES r JACKSON HOUSE. , First-clas- s 30-- tf WOOD WALLACE, 307-t- f. well-kno- PHOTOGRAPHER, 1 - - HI3CT03Sr&ATriS -tN- Gcncral Merchandise, 1 - io-6- 77-t- f. ICE, XCEf ICE ill deliver Lebanon Planing ftftlKB fit dtflH - At One Cent Per Pound (BMlEgjBBg0Bpi8M A OKFUTr, Proprietor, - LEBANON, KV, llt s Doors, Sish, minds, Frames, Casing, Base Mold ings Mantles, Brackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, Balusters, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, -- Satan-contar ins Siding, Shingles, Laths, Counters, Floon.ig-Kough and Dressed Lumber. Send for prices before buying elsewhere. t. sick-roo- some-Christia- 3NTOTXC3S t TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Havin; recently equipped a fine Koller Mill in the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of Hour, we think the citizens ot the county should have county pride enough tc patronize and sustain the same. U'e wish to inform whom it may concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat and corn and will jrive the highest market price for same. We hav e added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinity We soln.it a trial in our Hour and meal denartmeilt Alt havin-erat- n in "hiir- line for sale ill please call at the Mill, where our ill be found at all times, who will give the a;ent best prices for sain:. Bran and shlpstutT always in stock W.N l'OTTS. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co 35" tf ,"'"'"'" in-tr- '' -- I Ka ll.llllt-S.i- Needs sep irate in en Hon, because it should seem that Hi turn, vie h.uein Gen. not a resurrection but a genuine creation. Ood separating a frag meiitof Himself to form the held ofa new race of beings; il one ma) thus describe itretercinly. For what else is it T ' In one likeness and Image" Is the Word. This is, t. l'ure Smkit. liuj is Spirit. Nor Soul has He Nurllodv All saints and the) only know) acres' in this, w lutes er the mine they bear. I'd sa) that the "Jlsuitf soul"ol chap , or the nu "bnd" iiinde of thvdiist of the ground, and image uf God" is further than I can go, because without a shadow of warrant in scrip, ture, Chtist our Saior God "tone upon Himself u true Uid and a reasonable soul,", because God would nou, in turn, bu made in the 'image and likeness" of man, as once, before the fall, man was "made in the image and lUeness" of God. These wide didY'ring things mut tieser be thiiughit is often done to our sad 'likt-ncs- s ur t S MASK MSN ItoboitscvStagg. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Jit. ' Long-Standi- ng The best salt e in the world lor cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sures, tetter, chapped Hands, chilblains, corns;; ind all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay re- quired. It is guaranteed to gie perfect satistac- tion or money refunded Price sj cents per box. For sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Kv Blood Diseases are cured by the persevering use of Ayor's Sarsaparilla. Renews Her Youth. Mrs, Phtcbe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co,, Iowa tells the following remarkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by ine residents of the toun: 1 am Ti years old, have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for many years; could not' dress myself without I elp Now 1 am free from pain and soreness and am able to do all my ovt 11 ' housework. I owe my thanks to Kiectric Hitters for having renewed my jouth and removed com pletely all disease and pain. Try a bottle ;oc and Si, at A, H, Penny's Drug Storf, ' n 1 - - Ik ,, glass-covere- d I'licretore there must needs do a hlatui bvtucen chap. I, with its pure Spirit creation, and chap, a, vsith its llody und boul addition. The first is eel. filial, the id terrestrial. K.tch with its own go. rx, undoubtedly, but sre must neser forget that the "glon of the celestial is one thing and theglo ry of the terrestrial another," as saith St l'aul by the Holy Ghost. '1 hough often, perliaps generall), it not universally, overlooked, the creation of nun in chap, i is wholly distinct from what follows. Spirit alonk, is God's likeness and image,'' though - Worth Knowing. Mr, W, II, Morgan, mercaant, Lake City, Fia,, was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a di- tressin Caiih and running into Consumption in its hrst stiges. He tried many so called popular cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was reduced in tlesh, had diifuulty in breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr, King's New Discovery for Consumption and found immediate relief, and after using about a half doicn bottles found himself well and has had 110 return of the disease. No other remedy can show so grand a MAI r. Ntl rKMSLK Dr, King's New Discovery for is. t perfect description of that pure Spirit, Not rectrdof cures as do just what is nan and woman. That was .1 later thing. God Consumption. Guaranteed to claimed for it. Trial bottle free at A. R, Penny's Is not una and woman, though God is malk uud Drug Stora- lse the scriptures err, which is fksialk For how could man, pure spirit, soulless Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Comand bodiless, as jet, be "male and female" in the plaint! Shiloh's Yitalirer is guaranteed to cure "day oftreition," uud made "in the likeness and you McRoberts A-- Stagg Stanford; Crow Image of God ' that day, unless God was "male McKlnney. and female!" To ask the question is to answer it. Sleepless nights made miserable by that terrible Hence scripture once nnd again brings out the fe- cough Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for sou. male, as the male side, of our b'csscd God, Hut McKoberts & Stagg, Stanford; Crow & Co , Mcnot only is the Spirit "brooding ' over the waters Kimiey. like a bird upon the nest, in Genesis, the initiation of this doctrine. The Woman in I.ukc 15 Its Delicacy of Flavor V. se the U the Ho y Ghost. "J in One" parable halts, 'Ihe Father is plainly there; the Son as And tho efficacy or its action bare renclear y in tho Good Shepherd. Then the Holy dered tho famous California liquid fruit Spirit alone finds us) mbol in the setrchiug "woremedy, Syrup of Figs, immensely popuman." lar. It Oloanses and Tones up the clogged Catarrh Cured health and sueetlreath secured and fovorish System, and dispels Headby Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasaches, Colds, and Fovers. al Injector free. McRoberts & Stagi, Stanford; For Bitlo by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Ac Co., Mc Kinney. Cro This medicine is an Alteratlvo, and radical chnngo in tho systom. Tho process, in somo cases, may not bo quite no rapid as in others ; but, with persistence, tho result Is certain. Head these, testimonials : " For two years I suffered from a seven! pain in my richt hide, nnd had other troubles caused by a torpid liver nnd dy.spejMin. After (jiving sovoral medicines 11 fair trial without a cure, I began to tnl;o Ayer's Sar.s.iimrilla. I wn-- t greatly betiellteil by the first bottle, and after taking 11 vo bottles 1 was comJoint Y. lleiison, 70 pletely cured." Lawrence St., Lowell, Mass. Last May n large entbtinele broko out on my iirni. The usual remedies bad no elTi-e- t and I was eon lilted to my bed for eight weeks. A friend induced inu to try Ayer's Suisuparllla. Less than threo buttles healed tho sore. In nil my e.pe-riem- o with medicine, I never saw moro onuses n NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. 'Ihe undersigned, Harvey Floyd, K. S. Gooeh, Major T Ke; Holds, L G Gooch, W H. Miller, K II Caldwell, Jr , and J S Young, have jssoci-tethemselves together to become incorporated us n stock company under the corporate name of tne uignianu . vv aynesnurK turnpike Koau (.0 The business to be conducted is the building in lintaining- and conducting of a McAdainized turnpike road from the present terminus ot Ihe Stanford anil Halls Gap turnpike ill Lincoln coun-- 1 Another marked effect of tho use of this medicine was tho strengthening of my Mts. Currio Admits, Holly Springs, Texas. humor for years, "I had a dry nnd suffered terribly ; nnd, as mv brother nnd sister weto similarly mulcted, I jiresumu tho malady is hereditary. Last winter, lr. Tyron, (of Keruaudlua, Flu.,) rei'iiinmenilod mo to tako Ayer's Sarsaparilla, mul continue it (or a j ear. For live months I took daily. I have, not hud is blemUli upon mv IkmIv for tho last threo months." T. K. Wiley, Uti Chambers St., New York City. "Last fall nnd winter I was troubled with a dull, heavy pain in my sido. I did not notico It much ut first, but it gradually grew worse until It beenmo almost unbearable. During the latter part of this time, disorders of the stomach and liver increased my troubles. I began taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, nfter faithfully continuing the use of this mediciuo for some mouths, the pain disappeared aud I was completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush, Haverhill, Mass. 1 Wonderful Results. ty through Highland and wavnesburg precincts to to the I'ulaski county line, o'r a part of such named turnpike The principal place of business shall be Hljh land, Lincoln county, Ky The corporation snail commence on the 15th day of June, iVJ3, and terminate on the tjth dav ot June 1933 The authorized capital stock is to be twenty thousand dollars, whidi shall be paid at such tunes and in such amounts and upon such terms as the Hoard ol Directors shall prescribe. '1 he affair of the rorporation are to be managed by .1 board of five Directors, one of whom shall be selected as president by the board; and such directors shall be elected on the first Saturday in J line of each jear and shall serve for one scar next ensuing their election Said board shall also elect . clerk and treasurer. 1'he highest amount of indebtedness to which this corporation may at any time subject itself shall not exceed one thousand dollars The private property of the stockholders shall he exempt trom the corporate debts. 1.. ii uoocn. ai 1. Keynoius, r.. 5. uoocn, Harvey Floyd, W. H. Miller, E. II. Caldwell, Jr., J S 01111g. Stanford, June 1, i333. THE FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied as to its merits. I Ayer's Sarsaparilla, PKEPAIlKn BT Or. J. C. Ayer Sc Co., Lowell, Mast. Trice $1 ; ilx bottles, $3. Worth 5 a bottle. The undersigned have purchased the Florence Washinz machine and after a thorouzh trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth. aim witnout Hesitation pronounce it a success tn every particular, doing all that is claimed for it: Wm. Daugherty. f. W. Wallace, Dr. Mrs S. 1'. Salter. A. C. Sine, Bill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. K, Lynn, L. L. Dawton, C. Vanoy, Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holti-claC. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Haines, K. K. Harrow, A. M. Feland and many others. Headquatters at S. S. Mjcrs" store. M.F.ELK IN. -- ., gRSsgsBi ..'tt v- wiywwi m'..iuiu.j.ii.'Mi.Ai ,i.ii- - T . ,. IM 1 M II If . If K. ri limits of the city of Stanford eursionists had better arm themselves Nile cheap. Goo. D. Woaren, M gr. - retiiured each war on the lith day of Adam Pence has boon oH'orod A feature of the Convention was a with the antidote. Logan is nothing if trotting July, to appear before the city clerk am for his promising speech by Dr. Baker, the president of not cautious. ' ... register the sumo, and procure from said ? ; Cub, of Shelbyyille. Af-- , Tin: lo,al O,)tioil t.I(t.tion al Ill(u.pen-te- r the McCa-arKrk for each .log a leather collar duly Only 18 head of mixed scrub cattle MmU,K., ,MV the clerk therefor two "I Mica's speech Mr. J. H. Miller arose . was mniv(l ,)V the W0le1 sold at $17 dollars which shall Im turned over to ICMSCKKA-and said: "Mr. Chairman, we have lm- - who W0lkc(i llt the ,,oU; MIllI ,,,rril.d on the market yesterday, and KRKKZERS the I itv treasurer. xeneu to a si.ienoHi speecn irom a uu..g b.mnors i1)M.ribe,i "Temperance beaux per head bringing a dog l'wrv Millerbui-gPerrv ,. letrerson, al , ',.... ..i.l mmual dav into lor democrat; let us hear now Jrom a man or none at all." Females are scarcer out who cast his first democratic vote C0 West than hero ami the boys wilted on Bourbon county, Ky., sold his growing! ,Vj,ibtry shall toithwitli rvgMcr same Iksfore the clerk and pay theiefor thu same crop of tobacco at 17 cents round. years ago." The delegates took to the their approach. Im so The rains of last week seem to have license fee; provided however if it doctor finally reidea heartily and the ExtractH Ice lining it Hit-- ' tlie. cny wiwuii less man I1.mii:i-o.- v sponded to the urgent call. He voted has no right to complain boon general all over the State. About six months botoro the next ensuing nth for Andrew Jackson in 1S:W, was a mem- with Cleveland for turning the rascals two inches fell here, the llrM of conse- dav of .lulv, then the license fee shall bo T. R. WALTON'S. oulv one dollar. Prof. Scott, still quence since early in May. ber of the National Convention in 18JW! out. His failing to :ld. All persons refusing or The Kentiickian reports the purand from youth to over four score years holds an 51,800 clerkship in the Pension comply with the pmvisions of this ordiELEGANT (iKEEN TICA by Kahn in Bourbon of several nance shall, upon conviction before the had spent and lven spent for the Bureau, and he is the oldest man in active chase i lartre lots of 1.500 to l.iiOO pound cattle Police Judge of the city, bo lined s of the govern- domocratic cause, which he still held ns service on the T. R. WALTON'S. and for or failuio at . to 5.15. The si. .10 party also bought for each day of dear, almost as life. Ho pronounced ment. as a.orosam. . several hundred in Fnvotte at 5 to 5. Cleveland the greatest President since : 4t 1. The niMsbal of the city ami his Kkxhks has abolished legal hangings NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS "Old Hickory" and after eulogizing , the StatC( ,mt the 1K.()1,lc ht htk.k tQ deputies shidl forthwith kill every dog MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. At found upon any street or alloy of Thurman dosed by saying: "J he u-- ,iK. 0()(l i,i nitom of re.piiring a life Mich collar so procured T. R. WALTON'S. publicans would have you believe thefopaHfft J,i.u i.v,.h ordered four ex- John Smith, an upright coloiod man, from without Clerk, nntl shall bo paid the Citv .toman is ioo o.u. mjok ui me. i ei.,,tio, ,llrt wwk t:ii llis or(iler was died Saturday of consumption. uiu for each dog Vo killed 50 cents by thu am six or seven years older than he and .,ro!M.,tlv obeved. A man in this county, woith probasaid city. & Wax " ' Provided, however, that dogs from I am considered the liveliest man in bly ?15,(X0, was lately granted a pension. .. m city limits, while accomp.i without the NEWS CONDENSED. Shelbv. It is nothing for me to ride ."0 This will help keep him fiom the t. living their o'wiior or controllers in miles in a day horseback and then whirl ' pissing through or visiting said city of Cod'ee went up over eight points in the girls in round dances at night." The The widow of Jacob Loving, near Stanfoid, shall not bo killed. Now Yoik Friday . FOR SALE ! old gentleman created the greatest enThe tax ami penalty might both this place, has been granted a pension. Ballew, the artist and carricaturist, thusiasm and the ovation he received lifty.m A. r ( I '"!, mmily in (Ian, Willi bo placed higher ' 'Hi advantage, G. C. Clark has boon granted an increase is dead at New York. I r.ib Or, turd I'ike. null hou on Ii, 4 niilrs iar to this, is must have cheered his true old demo-- , but this, or something Peter Heinck was hung at St. Jo- - of pension. t TarM.jw.) WAI.ION. orotic heart. Mrs. M. C. Miller died Friday morn- lospoetfully and earnestly commended ?,0- o,r 1""-- of the City Council Hon. David It Murray made it The ing after a lingering illness of consump- to the consideration i ne i'. i. viuini vuuijiiiuy, uciiieis FOR good speech on taking the temporary Burial took place at Buckeye at its mooting next Thursday night. - tion. in notions, Louisville, failed for S100,chairmanship, barring this reference to C'lTIBN OKSrVMilllll. If above not .old I will rctit the haute at church yard Saturday afternoon. r .. i.:..i.. ..... ..1...11 000, i .: K WALTON. luuonablc figure. .... n -our ... i The republicans met Saturday to or0hi(lf Arthur KU,S t,)0 n it q htrk,, MR. HENRY BAUGHMAN. ' never forgive h.m: "Must I leave tlna ,,,,., 0 ,, . ,)rot,u,rllo0(I ganize. The mooting was too small for HlH jilatform without allusion to the only . . , business, so they adjourned to meet A Tribute Paid him By One Who Knew Him p.osentntion made by Kentucky at Chi Well. JThe" Western Union hn.ullcl 14,5'J.V again The democrats are arrang-ingtThe ,,,, cago in the field of candidates that remains f,jr the Filtered the moot July Nth tootganizea Clove-lan- d ()f t wnnh people of God, after an illness of only man who is s owly ami strugghngly but ch, and Thurman club. ConveilUoil Itiiuivliimin fin Mk Ilntirtti 1..... surely dyingfron. mental ...an. ion and ,as b(,ell mnwtl ,)V -- Mr. Hardin Durham and wife, living VfMi,',.flfIii Juno Kith", lSKS.ln the !lth yMl lk.iiii.inti. Lkinnna tin tjKi ml niiul Itl fink v U.U....UU Chairman Barnuin us the Kxecutive three miles northeast of Livingston, have year of his'ago, atManfonl, Ky. of the Chicago wound at he He was married to Miss Alice Uitimer, Neither use been married Ul years. Coimittwlimu for Kl!ntll(.kv. years since, of Lexington, (hi., some Tribune. Thank God there are no Iho iron workers refused to accept spectacles. Mr. D. hunts almost daily who with five children ate left to mourn of lia.n Bradley.s in the democratic party a reduction of wages and all the princi- and brings down squirrels from the tall- a loss to them irreparable. Kentucky."' est trees. Their ages are respectively Hi' ple works have closed down. For 111010 than 'JO years he was a memThe unexpected and unsought honor ber of the Christian church; for 15 yoais Gov. Moorehouse, of Missouri, has and 80. A happy old couple. e giving libof being chosen a delegate for the The Columbia Herald wantstoknow the faithful, eHicient deacon, refused to further respite Maxwell, the convention, famous trunk murderer, who is to hang if the word "mumps" is singular or plu- erally of his moans, ami by advice and to the Baltimore fostering care, building up its interests. which was conferred on the writer, is July 1:1. ral. If he onlv hail the complaint on An influential citizen; puniio spirited, No due to tlie efforts of that splendid demoAlice Potts got a $20,000 verdict one sii le of his head its singular, if on honored by all who knew him. crat, Mr. Kugcno W. Lee, of Boyle, ably against Kinily Willard, of Port Huron, both, why of course it's plural; and if ho man will no missed more oy iiiciommu seconded by Col. C. It. Anderson, of the Mich., for alienating the affections of was ufllictod further, it's both singular nitv in which ho lived. fust and upright in principle, he has same county, James G. Givens, of Louis- her husband. and plural. left the heritage of a good name with his ville, and other partial friends, and for more to be desire I than richW. II. Hutchison, witli two of his ehildn-Mrs. Mary Jane Robinson, convicted husband, a which we tender our warmest thanks. of murder in poisoning her sister's hus- children, of Fowler City, Kansas, is visit- es. Ho was a fond, devote! kind, indulgent father, a faithful brother, Prof. S. F. a dutiful and alfeotionate son. The in 1885, was sentenced, at Boston, ing James White here. Tiik Richmond Register says that Col. band, to be hanged Nov. 111. Starrs, of Madison county, is visiting wavsof Providence aio indeed inscruti-hie- , John K. Faulkner is spoken of as the and we, with our sinful natu.es. A desperate in this vicinity. Judge J. M. the republican candidate to be pitted ty lT. S. Marshal battle, in which a depu- friends impioving. Mrs. J. W. Nesbitt find it hard to sav "Thy will bo done." was killed, occurred be Fish is against Gov. McCreary. The colonel is Cut olf in the bloom of his manhood, in twoon revenue officers and 11.001. shiners is visiting in Cincinnati. the midst of his usefulness; torn from a very popular and unusually clever genA few days since, in Jackson county, the family who loved him so well, taken near Rlack Springs, Ark. tleman, who would poll the full strength Cornelison has made another appli- two little sons of John Wilson, aged 0 away from his aged paients who loaned of his party, but we take it that he is strange, their old cation for release. Can't the Louisville and I were sent to a neighbor's on an on him in mourning ago, it seems comfort. ! not "honing" so strongly after empty fines take but dear people suppress the incorrigible nuisance errand. On reaching the house the littlu It is a loving father's hand that dealstho honors as to enter a race already setThey blow an! "Ho dooth all tilings well." while ho is in jail there, with a rope. fellows found no one at home. tled against any republican. Gov. Me It is estimated at the Treasury De- entered the house and found an old gun. "Whom the Lmd loveth hoehastoneth." Creary will bo elected his own successor chain that link partment that there has been a decrease The elder after playing awhile with the "fis but another God. in theeye of faith Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, The as surely as the bleak days of November binds us to our ho was of 1:1,000,000 in the debt during June, weapon told his little brother and love looks beyond this fleeting, sin the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over shall arrive. Leveling the gun, ful vale, to the homo beyond the sky, and a decrease of $1IL',!)00,000 for the fisto shoot him. 11. he awaitiiiL- - God's children. Look to Him .viiieii lu. eimld scarcely hold Tub stockholders of the Lebanon Stan- cal year ended Saturday. en-to Messrs. S. 0. G raves Mrs. Langtry, the Jersey beauty, cocked and fired it. Thoball passed ?"'. dard have sold it ises. and C. M. Phillips, a couple of stirring who tired of her poky husband and be- tirely , the breast of the little m(jmv f yiA wing and bo "thy (I(,r and capable young men ami they will came enamored of Freddy Gabhardt, the year-olFrightened almost to death at strong habitation whereunto thou may Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better M. C. S. no doubt maintain if not increase the dashing dude, is to marry him in Sep- what ho had done the boy picked up his est continually resort." grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the " standing of that excellent publica- tember. Their names have been coup-lo- little wounded brother and carried him high Miss trade. Come and see our goods before making your tion. "Mrs. Joseph Caldwell, formerly for some time jn a not very c.edita-bl- e nearly home, where ho was met by his selections. f way.. father and neighbois. The little boy Jennie Morgan, the only daughter Hahiusox's grand"Oi.nTiiT.uwNoi:" You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. " Morgan, the celebrated The contract to build the Kentucky died in an hour. The father was so ex Oen. '" father was a noted Indian fighter. Bens cited and crazed with grief that he d.ow Confederate cavalry leader, died at jamin has been somewhat of a fighter, Midland railway was let to Gooch it knife ami attempted to slay the other had Tenn., Thursday night. She too, but his battles have boon principal- Iloge, of Frankfoit. It provides for the boy, and was only prevented from lmrm-j- , ,, ,,or ,mt t,ml. WL.(;k,. of the for the money devils or for the few completion of the road to Georgetown lllg llllll IV uiu iiuui luieie ly MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. husband is a native of Boyle county. ISSi). neighbors. by July 1, against the many. 00 Lincoln v......j, M. C. ISowden, of Lo - pecicu t)) increase 10 ., .yuiu. An ni)hLVSS gan county; John A. Murray, of Barren ,)is foot ,)rt,V0Ilts the ,ieIt-j-atchosen county; C. T. Allen, of Caldwell county, from tllj( mrt of the j..nte roin attenu- and Harvcv Myer, of Kenton. Among Jlft ,.,,., ,.cgrvti the alternate delegates are narry .ucuar-- 1 ty, of the Nicholasville Journal, and D. ' Kmmctt Loisan sighs because every K. Garrard, the latter nominated by W. county through which the press con-whojvention will perambulate this week Hull, of the Courier-Journa- l, Con- - "is dry" and suggests that ns there are met the great Dan at the St. Louis many snakes in the mountains the Yvntion and appreciated his red-hVl -r dent Gilbert being named for the 8th and 0. H.Mii'Kit's Wkkki.y has again fallen inH. Waddle for the lltli. The perma to line for Cleveland, while the Herald, nent chairman, Judge C. T. Allen made l'ost and Times, of New York, the Bosspeech on a very elaborate and excellent ton Herald, the Springfield Republican ot ,l'r I"""". w "?h "" de- John S. Rhea, Dr. Haker and others t mlvoonto.I .ubhcan candi I election t Hvered stirring address. The 'lldoall they can for Cleveland, e to the of delegates for the . revenue reionn. - ., ...... . : "If ri..i... .it. ii..ll.iiiii- inuriiiuii aim vimn laiIOIiai liOIlVCUlluii more, July Ith, resulted as follows: Vv to Saturday 1,100 delegates had Hon. Arthur Wallace, of Louisville; J. signified their intention to attend the T. Onthright, of Louisville; Jake Cor Baltimore Convention of Democratic bett, of Ballard county; W. P. Walton, PI ill m tn.tnnrrow mid the number is ex. State-at-larg-- (Jen. Hnitlley'H jmrty enemies unit political opponents. If Hro. Sullivan had devoted more tune 3, 1SS8 to the pertwal of thin paper he could not Stanford, Ky., have made Hiieh a ridiculous hlunder. ., The I. .1. claims to be the pergonal organ W. P. of thu 'Venerul" and has never hut a or out of it to do all in chance in scie-oits power for the advancement of his poTiik Convention of Democratic Clubs The Commercial at Ixiuisville Inst week proved to be one litical amhitionx. most pleasant as well as harmoni- - therefore- owes us an apology of the ousand profitable gatherings we have I'iiwidknt Ci.i:vi:i.ni has notified the attemled in many a day. Kveii with Cincinnati Kxoitim malingers that he the short notice, :tl iuild illicitly uiuiui- - cannot be present at the opening cere- .. . ed were repiesented, as was every dis inomes. His excuse is pressure of busi trict and nearly every county in the ness, but it is said that Foraker's brutal A declaration of principles in references to him had something to do conformity with the National platform with his determination. Koraker is the was adopted ami the organization of lo- lowest, dirtiest and most detestable of cal clubs, especially by the young dem- small fry politicians and whatever he ocracy in every county and precinct of might say should not disturb Mr. Clew the .State was earnestly urged for the i....,i diemination of good democratic litem- Hi..ixk promises to take an active part ture for the thorough information of the ' lampaiKii for Harrison & Morton, to promote the election 0f people and "Ithough beaten by Hayes for ' the democratic tickets National, State '"-" ",uuv '" and local. The formation of a state which the clubs will ami in 1S.S4, when he was a candidate lenmiu was had to 101 separate adbe subordinate and which shall in turn himself, he delivered dresses. He will arrive from his tour of be subordinate to the State Central Committee. M. C. Alford was elected presi- the Old World on the L'Tth, when the dent of the League with a vice presi- New York republicans will tender him " from each district Senator (.?. C5. the "grandest reception ever heard of Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Ixtkrior JofitN.M, anion): Tun l.onisvlllo Commercial classes tlie Democratic Convention. The Dog Jjia' WALTON, ' j !". ltS '' howling discord of Pandemonium, or even the late Chicago Convention. I suggest, in aid of this section, an or dinance which has been successfully testeil in Frankfort and in Somerset, ami doubtless in many other towns in the State. Its oiled, I am assured, has been to add oiisiderably to the municipal revenue, to greatly decrease the number CHURCH AFFAIRS. of dogs and to thus make it possible to Rev. Morris Kvans will not till his enforce such laws as that of Section IW. pulpit next Sunday. to meet I append an ordinance, framed Of the ministers who died last the needs of Stanford, but substantially year the average age was t(T years. identical with that of Frankfoit only difDr. Morris Kvans received one mem fering from it in that it fixes a milder ber into his church Sunday, Mr. T. D. penalty. Itanvy. This law, in addition to whatever Mr. Mollctt succeeded in raiding the merits it may pos-o- s, has the advantage small balance due on the new church of having been passed upon by the Court last Sunday and the building will be of Appeals. In the case of the Cointh. dedicated tolSod next Sunday. Ho will, s. Markham, repotted in "th Bush, at the urgent request of his congrega- Chief o Bobortson vigorously ujr tion, deliver the sermon himelf, though hold the Frankfort ordinance ns a valid he preferred to get some other preacher. jiolice regulation, and approvingly deIt was the intention to dedicate la-- 4 scribed its purpose to bo "to reduce the Sunday, but it was impossible for the number of mischievous dogs; to grt clear carpentcis to get the jhmvs in position in of the worthless and to secure the valuaKwrything will be gotten in ble and harmless against unauthorized time. shape this week, however. and wanton destruction." An ordinance requiring dogs to bo FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. roL'istcrcd in the city of Manford and .. C ing the tax thereon Wakefield & Lee sold toMosoCamp' . . .. .. . i ... :i .. oy i... :... (io inini d io ii omaiiicu i... uie u cattle at . cents. Ju-tici I,."KW-ponn. The meeting of the democrats to nominate a candidate for sheritr was called to order yesterday by J. 11. I'axton, Ksip, who explained its objects and called for nominations for permanent chairman. The name of Mr. A. K. Denny was suggested and he was unanimously chosen. He took the Miair, after a shoit speech of thanks, and said that the election of a secretary was next in order. W. I. U. C. Warren nom Walton was cho-einated T. D. New land and moved that his nomination be made by acclamation, which win. done by a riing vote. The W. II. Milchaiiman appointed ler, S. M. Owens anil Adam l'eiicen committee to notify Mt. Newlaml of the action of the meeting and request his apHe came upon the rostrum. pearance. returned his thanks and promNed to be elected. Messrs. U. C. Warren and W. II. Miller made stirring addresses and ap pealed to the democrats to organize and reclaim the county from the dishonor placed upon her at the last August election. The convention then adjourned for the meeting of the Club. A. K. De.ssy, Ch'm. W. P. W.u.ton, Sec'y. n. Me-xr- s. Nuisance Again, and a Remedy Suggested. To ill j Kilimr Interior Jonrn.il.) My recent plea in your paper in behalf of the people against the dogs of Stanford has evoked a chorus of endorsement fiom every quarter of the town. The nuisance is as general as it is unendurable and some remedy is urgently demanded. What shall the remedy he? Section !W of the City Ordinances pro vides a line of 10 against any person who pci mils tlie loud and continuous barking of a dog "on his premises," to the annoyance of his neighbors. The trouble about this well meant oidinance is this: The balking of which complaint is made is not usually on anyone's "premises," but on the public streets and alleys, and not by one or two dogs, whose ownership might bo traced, but by a vast, hydrophobic oongtcss of curs, We are overstocked and WILL sell them. During JULY AND AUGUST The Prices will be Reduced to within the reach of all. Our entiro stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and heavy weights, will rivalling at their night sessions the BE SOLD AT ACTUAL MARKED GOST And in no event will any profit be added and many lots will be sold at HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Oost Sale and in the Clothing Department only. Ko Goods Charged; Cash in Every Instance. & Ten per cent, will bo added to all bills charged to any account. BHT7C3S MoBOBEBTS, Stanford. -.y- o,m.,la.mng.i-..orseo..gu,e r..MaillOlil. ISl lllilll'rit "dogs nll in the '"H or ,,,i,trolli.ig a dog or j ' , ,l , M. - T. R. W-AXTOU'- S. for , Cream 1 I father-in-la- , j pay-roll- 5'-'.-S) i , wii-l- Sinn-for- d Fruit Jars Scaling poor-hous- e. r walton's. . 11 poi-ha- - ' - i -- RENT! I w.ui, .--"'' 11 o n-- t - t ...'. .1- -'0 State-at-larg- BUGGIES, CARRIAGES go-in- ir 11 1 .,. ""''Ir"'''.!.'''!! --- d Lob-bi- GEO, X. WE&RJSHT, ROLKPG'R. . I 1 . r .t- - -- 3 I kahntlyhhIc my niHtoinerH to will Huekden, Terra Cotta's Ijuirii P., bv 1'ou Sai.u di: Itu.vr. My Iidum mid . I the Bay Dick. lot. For further i.iirtirtilnr I'ltMrM. "ml futtlu tlicir iiixouiitH. ? money nnil must linvi it to jmy my nc- Tom Harris, a copper-coloreI'niiiiii Ilium. negro, ' 'counts. Mrn. Knto Dmhlumr. who told Judge bee that he was raised in c. liuh. tick-- 1 Am. the milroiiilM nell round-triLincoln county, was arrested Saturday inul vis A.sv kiml of elothiiiK can he hud of evening, charged with forgeries several nood until the A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. llniet' & .MeUohertH nt priinero.it during weeks ago. Hu presented an order to 1888 7th nt one fine. Stamohd, Ky., .July 3, the next l'iOdny. They are Perkins & Chrisman signed by the name Tin: IliilihleiteM lire rejoleiiiK over six mid must sell. Kend what they miy else of John Spoonamoie. Two others were PubllBUad Every Tuooday nnd Friday niiiili iitrli way u week over the line hewhere. signed by either John or David Spoona-- 1 tweon liiinville ami Lmeaster, secured AT Tin: meat Cincinnati Centennial opens more. He received uoods on all the or- - Of Lancaster. Kv.. have opened in the house formerlv nnmiiiiflrl hv for them hv (!ov. .MeCrenrv. ?!,' JMOlt YJCAK.IX A1J'AXCI0 On Saturday evening he present- - Mr Ponnv. in RTA"WT?rT?n a Pirtjt.niRoa Rntrovv Poafniir-on- t with the tiring (fi','rs at inidiiiuht oH 5fc Tin: UowIiiimN heat a jiicked up nine cannons, ringing of alarm hells and a ed an order to Welsh & Meyer's grocery, California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand every- u hen.- Friday afternoon -' to 7. They When ii 'I o p.inl $2. GO vsill tc ihargcd hig programme. All the railiouds give UIKI1IIII IllUfl ,i Diiu Hi bilCil UUC, SUVyU llj UiUAU, XVUX1S, IIC3, UU&US UIIU Mitt CUSl Ul play a piettyptod pime of hull, hut they lull f fare rates. Capt. J. It. Dodds, who was elected ; rand of uruus, uts, Mc, mc. laeais servea at any hour. Try can't down oiirnnmesukes and don't you Noble t Central Lodue No. s. i. MEANS BUSINESS, forget it. Tmr.vKs hroke into Ciow Co.'h store o. o. F., last Monday, on the following! their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come Vti nr.s and jewelry repaired and Tiii'iu; will he another - .'rami hall and Saturday night and got oil with SIM) Thursday evening entertained members j and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. warranted. A. U. IViiny. worth of goods. Suspicions point to of the lodge at tea. Among those pres SCHILLING & ZIMMER, Respectfully, H I'AhToii oil, lard oil and inuehine oil ""I',"'" "l certain putties and they will no douht cut were, Messrs. A. S. McGrorty, 11. J. Theie will ho ood unioie and a h time he hrought to justice. of all kinds at Meltoherta k SUiuk'h. Wholesale and Retail. Durham. K. S. Russell, S. S. Frv, Geo. TiikIh'sI place to huy drills, patent is expected. Supper "0 cents; no chai,'e W. W. Smiley, James Magrath, Smith, intdieincM and toilet articles is at A. Is. for ii.tnriii;. Kvcrvhodv invited. John U. Tkiiuv has secured the con- Walter Simpson, Walter KaHtlaiid, W. 1'enny s. tract forcanying the mails from Kings-vill- e w. t;ilis. r. A. .Marks, K.tf. Dunn.ThoH. Tin: low prices which llrinkley t lli'Y vour school Inniks, ink, tahlets Alexander, Ixjwis Colin, P. Manwarring, I HAT to Highland and hegan work (1. W. P. II. Idol, L. D. Unt imper, jiencils and school supplies of all llro. have inaugurated tit Junction City Heget8$S.)u year and innkes ied ge. Tucker, kinds from A. It. l'enny. are surprising the natives. They sell you his trip daily except Sunday. 1 imanuitce all watches and every ar- goods almost at your owi prices every m DRIPPING SPRINGS. ticle of jewelry I sell to In) just ns repre- day I'nt-oN- s in the week and on Saturdays from wishing Mipper on Sunday sented, A. It. Penny. HAVi: I'KltsoNilJj. 10a. M. to 10 I'. M., when the auction evenings will please notify me by nnd Yesterday: Arrivals :i sales occur, aliMilutely at your own hid. o'clock as the regular supper hour is six SOMEWHAT PERSONAL Mrs. L. J. tiarrard, .Aliss Lottie Pod- t There was never anything like it hefore and must have some time to prepare man, irauKlort, iy. Hon, F. F. Iloiuurr was in town yes- in the Oh section. Now is your time to get for them. A. L Spoonainore, proprieMrs. M. Grist, Louisville, Ky. terday. "Ky. Miss Sue Hopper, everything you want at unheard-o- f pri- tor of Hale's Well. Mits. Moi.uk Him ki:ii is visiting rela- ces. Miss Iahj Siminons, Miss Leila Willis, tives in liichmoud. At the trial of James Thompson, who Miss Pattie Willis, Kirksville, Ky. Professor Vitnle, Miss Lula" Vitale, To lemiud a tool of his iguoraiue is killed Wilk Ijiwsoii, at Kast Iterustadt, Mk. J. M. Johnson was in yesterday, Miss Rosa Vitale, Chicago, III. having dead loads of printing done. like shaking a red rag at a hull in its ef- - in June ISM, he was acquitted tit London Miss Mollie Fife and party of friends, p I.. M. J.am.kv has heen on a husiness fects. He will rip and snort in his last week. Judge Jackson, of louisville, Richmond, Ky. Mr. Win. Severance and large party of to tireeushugaud Cauiphellsville. otcnt rau'e and in the end succeed in presided, Judge Itoyd having engaged to Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchfriends, Ky. JriMit: J. S. Kkmhik k, of Somerset, is further convincing tin world of his lack prosecute before his election. John F. Lear, Miss Minnie Rettis, of maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness U Mslting his daughter, Mrs. J. V. Alcoin. of hraius and hreeding. "l)or-e- " Hughes, Ky. Tin: M shares of Farmers National Lmeaster,large party to arrive on the and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Qlassss to suit the Also a 3Iisi i,i:n k. Iiiiioiit is Ixii'k from a as l!ro. Noel, calls him, is walting on 1'unk stock advertised by Mr. Robert Uh. eye. I lenMiit visit of live months in l.oulsi- - his ear hecause we had the temerity to I litmi, sold at auction yesterday at sucgest that most any white man or ne- ana. NEW AIJVEKTISEJIENTS. Mum. Avnii: Ii:mi-k- y, of Ironton, ()., gro either, for that mutter, knew more $1:17.7. to 5i:'8.'J.'i, which are about the des the guest of her mother, Mr. II. W. about the Ilihle and other things than same ligures obtained a month ago, Powers. he, when he u!iycd to make fun of the ducting the dividend since declared and J HUFFMAN, It. 1. Kixi.kh and Newton Stanford's people's ignorance of the paid. SUKUKON DENTIST, IDIRETG-GKESa- ? - - Kentcckv, Stantokd, Craig came up from llnrrod-lmi- g and scripture-- . The puerility of his reply A .mkktinu to get uii a fair was held shows that we made a mistake in notic- last evening when A. T. Nunnelley was OITicc no nth tide Main, twotloort above Depot St, sjH'tit Sunday heie. .Mis. M vrriK itot it.Ni:, who has been ing him as we did. A tlrin, seasoned called to the Chair and J. K. Portmuii DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, isitiug MiM Helte Itourue, returned to shingle, used where it would dotheinost made Secretary. The amount of stock good, would have better lilted the case. already subscribed was reported at $700 Nicholas. illc Saturday. FANCY ARTICLES, &C. McKINNEY, KV. Mu, Sm Minns and Mis Maggie l.ee, and Messrs. (Jcorge McAlister, J. M. Tin: third trial of Wallace Carpenter 1 Westerville, ()., are visiting Mrs. I. M. Carter, S. M. Owens, J. I. Lynn and all For DniK, McJicliu., the f jmous Svrup ol Fit's I'tiy iciam preer'plioi.. accur.ilely compoun Jed. for the midnight his own who are pet prescriptions promptly .tnd corbruce and other friends. interested in the fair were ap- linn to nlltil mir.ill hours, ami tii (jit our Staple rectly .it at to Cicar, Mis I'inmi: Swoi'K went down to father, Adam Carpenter, resulted ac- - pointed to solicit further subscriptions. !rocerU', finelA. Toilet Article, c, , iro U' ' . It'll I , , . ,. . . ... ud .'omersei si wt'i'K in a veruict o l.ind ln , i k.tn li.ir cntitein tumuli The West Kud was cspeciallv invited to will attend to .McKinney department; aha attend to ourdrui: ' tiic I ADPCCT STOCK OF WATCHES, qulttal. This end has alwavs been ., the wants ''iU" unite with us and to send a delegation to country of the tick, nilit or day, In tow n or mm ojiiniyr, .nin ii ery ,,i in. 3"i dieted by thoM who lme watched ,,,,.,,. w...i,,,.t. ,.,....,: -- !. i. i ,i... CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. J MiJ !mhimmks, of Livingston, was 111V IMIIItli course of trial'', where tin defendant is day, lll(lllltlL kllt.'IIILII1'!!' Itli, at : i. m. to elect ollicers. down yesterday. Water is so scarce up Ever brought ! thu market I'ri c lover thin ! able to employ shrewd lawyers to mys-til- y the lwet. Vauhe, CI01 k and Jewelry He. 'In re that he has had practically to shut ami betuddle backwoodsmen, after Tin: county I'ourt yesterday was nearpaired 111 short noiie .n1 warrarted sa down Ins woik. running the icgulnr .iiuntlet of contiuu-ancc- s ly bairen of items. The will of Mr. I have 400 airo., mnre or !", of Mciinum, Coal Mil. . I. A. Omit, of l.ondon, elector and TimU'r I.aluls that I will ell at a barKain I clianges of venue, kw That the Henry Paughnian was admitted to pro- have a More rimmto rent turn furniture nnd f'.r tins district, passed through to Rich-- , otabli-hincharduri' or bov is guihv of th heinous crime with bate. It was made Mav 1, 1SS", justlie- - Thee are i;Kd fur 4'idnjs ttntier'further infurma I ur ii ond yistiiday, where the democrat C W MKICAI.K which he is charged is not doubted by fore he left for Hot Springs and gives his matHMi, write to , will jubilate 3S llarbourville, Ky very many people who ate acquainted farm of :!.'() acres near Stanford, togeth i Ihmh ii was clioM'ii u director it titfll ill., .tt'litlllll't It lllllll U!U (MMldll er with all its stock and utensils, furni1 A hi the Fanners National Rank yesterday, Co. I'in'iiiiistautial. The defense clniiiis that ture, tVc, to his wife for her natural life, 111 to till the vacancy caused by the death - and at her dentil to 1' divided equally the jury could not do otherwise than ucf Mr. ticorge W. James. E ' 'I he I'arm contain on re, quit. Ninii lay the failure to convict to among bis children, together witli his Springfield and l'crr)Mile Apike, 5 iltntedfrom the .1 Ml si the miles i & unis, of ('nib Irchaid, the Coiinnonwiralth'siittoiiiey's speech other pro'ierty of every description. His former and 8 miles from Lebanon Surrounded and Miss Maggie Lee Saunderx, of Ohio, m r MJ&W bv ;ood llcihlxirs, txhuoK and churihi's and is H. and J. K. Ikiughman, adapted to all the favorite gram and gravsct grown a very fascinating pair, brightened our ami general management ol tlie case, brothers, S. In KentiKky. Has goul house, barn and other while others that the silver are requested to assist his win in the Niiictiiiu a few minutes yesterday. outbuildings I'lenty of asting water and in a tongued John W. Ycrkes did it witli his management of the estate and in seeing high stale of cultivation For furiher partuulars, Mits. R. W. IlotKKit and her pretty) K.S I'OWKI.I., Huf nville, Ky that the provisions of his will aro com- address eloquence. -ihter, Miss Pearl K'tchaui, of Kan-n- s t Miss Iguana James and J. Cit, (time home with Mrs. I locker nnd Tin: Lincoln County Club had a good plied with.qualitled as executrix and ex- To the Farmers of West Lincoln, s. J, F.rrrhlry Friday nnd are now meeting Saturday night, which was well W. James Mr, Casey and Elsewhere. of Mr. tienrge W. James' will, t lie guests of the former. attended. President J. W. Alcorn presi- - ecutor which divides his property equally Miss Ji ii I'kikin went to Kuoxville ded. A ivKirt of the bniinville lUviiiK been authorueil by Mr C C. VanArn-date- , night in response ton telegram vention wns made by delegate J. II. Mil-th- among his live children. . proprietor of llttstonville Roller Mills, at his The gross earnings of the aeut for I the purchase of wheat ill this section of her brother, Ma.steion Peyton, ler, siiplemeutiil by the other delegate. lountry, call with lonl'idcme on my old and tried farmiin; public to en(ricnds s'l , was much worse. Miss Mollie Mr. Alcorn, agreeable to promise resign- - First National Bank of Stanford for the gaging of the irops tUcvrliere. see me before in Having been their H,- - the tr.ulc .diout twenty I am familiar P has been with him some time. t'tl UK' xtatini; that his i'Um-tl- ou six months ending tlie :0th, were with the the business. I feel warranted, therefore, W and the undivided profits $ti:; U was at 11 iiu'ctinc nt v.hii'li tht-r- t declaration that I will be able to laciliiate the Will keep constantly on hind a LOCAL LORE. and select lins of Furniture wan nut a full ami rnllfil for tal "Jl.V.'Ml, which was tlihtributi'il as fol- transfer ol vour imps in the advantage of all J II (ikliKN 3S andgUndertaker's Goods. My prices will he as lov as such goods ;. jut runt ?i,.)00;'ar- nuiiiiiiationx fur that ulliiv. lh was low..: DivnU'inl if ( to Ximmei's for Ice Cieiim. can he bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- -' ami it'll tosnrjihis Sl.OtX); palil all taxi's Iki'vi'Vit, iiiuuiiiiimisly MILLERSBURG ami reuiuvu iironii- , Vmo.ntiis old child of .s. L. WithiTs liromlKiI tuillM'hariA the ilntlos of tlit UH); i'Xuiii vinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. olliie faithfiillv and to the le-- t of bis1 11111 ati'ount "51,7117. Klder JoMpli Hal- dld Situnlay of llux. Shel-llo- u of lack of time on .Mf.s.is. s. -" ItnCiu.vn, l.t'iiiniKiilr, (iinp'r Ah1 mnl ability. V. Vai 11011, T. llarrir T. I.. . I. X. ami iehined T. airount was eliited in A Modern Progressive Mr. Sam Ihnris Took Hubble, ton. T. " irajii mm la at It. Ziiiiiiit'i'. ii Where your daughters will be taught Meiiefee and . T. Snndldi:e were then his stead. The Kanners National I per eent. divi- - come true women, as well as thoroughly in iliu'iunl ivinly. I'Iciim) viiv liresideiits the t'leetion of ed oi it airount cu in X), paid eiirrent expensusand K. f. Walton ratitleil ami W. 1'. Walton L'-mil ami M'ttlo. A. It. IViiny. hi ,,' ! ' ll ,. , Semi-Weekly Interior Journal1 iii-im- i d i. walton, Manager NEW NEW! NEW -- p to-da- y ovei-ntoeke- ir - t ianaies, "6 '"'' "' '''" '''' ' PLEASE OBSEBYE -- yes-teidn- m M'ROBERTSSTAGG .c$ to-da- y 1 A FUJUL JOMTMEINT WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. , iiu-tn- ' f Mi-.ii- 5c JEWELER. XjOITX) & CO., C 1 ,,,.... .... ,. ... ' Mountain Lands K2m "HiP-. - j 1 ' No. Par "Wasliinjjtoii For Sale. NEW FURNITURE STORE MAUI JBirPFMATV, lrU()'I It , I IkJ 1 I' 'f a ert j Con-.s.iturd- . Inks 1 tii 111 lava s?- -V FEMALE COLLEGE! '. f j earn-ehoM'- rj.gOFFM, ''"i ' BASKETS, ROBES. .'1' dei-lare- ' ami MiM Komi Wyan William F. were nun icil Miiuliiy at Kirhaiil'HM'hooU hon-i- '. I.o I'hoM'ir U'r. will ' Mill ilayw. at iot fourth 1 of for fiich lor tin nuxl thirty Mik-I- : sV our rutin mil-lint'- iy fox. rook-roo- Tin: oof of Dr. CaijHiiiti'r'H nuinlit liro Suiulay, hut was extinguish-t'- l huforv nuii'li ilaniap' was iloiu. I! Tin: I.siKitiou. lot txi.s will play tin l'arksvilk las hall Hub two pum's, at 10 a. ji. anil A I.ITTI.K :i:".0 i. m. on Wuilnt'silay next. o ni'Kio shot another littlu in this It'j; with a --,,J iiilihiu pihtol yi'hti'nlay. Tin 0110 shot was a son of Sam Itoiit. A tAiir.iTi. periihal of thu artii'lo on thu ilK iiuiMiiuo is ri'Hpfctfiilly ri'ijui-st-fi- l I'oiuii'ilmi'ii., who wh lioim of this iiiiini'iliatoiu'tion in tin mat-ti-- r. will taki' nu-j:r- 9 . As wr. ate getting tho signal wrvii'i1 alter .Inly 1, the time set for their ilisi'ontiuuunei', wo suppobo the reasons that we .ive .Mr. Cireely were sullli'ient by him. ilt'cmi'il kooiI m 1 My aeeoiints will be leailyby July 1. Hopu overyono that knows himself to mo will rail anil settlo as I must have the money to" meet my own debts. This means everybody. A. T. Nunnelley. Mr. W. II. Miller let live Highland ami Waynesburv;. miles of tho pike Saturday, two to W. 0. Watts at l,:tt() per nille, one to Mr. Harbour at two to Mr. Kiiim priio and tbu other The work is .N,ii'holasl5eekeratSl,-"- '. to bo eoiiimeneed at omv ami pushed to completion this year. U-'nisi- i r. pf T 11 Au LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. reduii'd premiums debt of fJDS.SI oil and paid Address HKV. C. l'Ol'K, President, and ( bib. Klkin were put in or MRS. S C TRUI.HCART, on bouse ri'iiairs. The Huston-tw- o nomination for enii:li besuer, but the Lady Principal. 37 re Mibse(Ueiitly with-- ' villi National with SoO.OOOfapital earned former Millcrsburc, K) , by ueela- - jSl.l.mi ami after redueing preiiiiuin-drawn ami Mr. l'.lkin I! per rent, dividend and nil paying ination. Mr. V. K. Variion'sreiiuest ISO. It. lERtCISS K. S. M.SKTIN. iiieiubei.sbip in the elub was (.'ranted pontes earned sl,(XH) to surplus. We do Mav,iS37. Hhouiikad, K sujipose there are three saier msii and he. W. (i. WYleh, .1. K. l'oitmaii, Martin beg to inform their man? Albright I). It. Carpenter ami It. C. Warren wete unions of the kind in the country than friends and customers of the change in firm uauu. the three banks in Lincoln county chosen to icpivhont the Club at the MARTIN & PERKINS, Convention, which meetH DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repuOn motion of . S. Myers the setation of the old, but intends to make many im Mr. Sam CI. Harlan, of the revenue provenicntiin the manufacture of tobacco which lection of I. Walton us delet'iite from of our customers. We will to that convention by service, and wIiomj station is Klizabeth-tow- will be to the interest the devote special attention to our Natural l.eut brands or Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you is heie on a short visit. meet in.' was endorsed and the State for past favors and asking for a continuation 01 lonsict- A coiniiiittet' on Kcsnectfullv vours. vour trade, we remain. The Nile of Mr. I. 11. Thomas' .. l'KRKl.NS. MARTIN 11 . Minion, ll . It took place on Saturday and uii: ol . . .iiyer.., r. Helm, was aii)ointid'brou''ht cood nrices. Mr. and Mrs. Miller and Hervev ORCHARD SPRINGS! and the meeting adjoin ned till July '2 Thomas have rooms temporarily at Mr. CRAB at "J o'clock for the purpose of receiving M. J. Howinan's on Fourth street, Ky. Thu banquet tendered by the additional members. The membership incieaseil about 40 that night, inak- - Uens of Danville to the Kentucky Press Kvery democrat Association July Uh is to bo served in OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. inn it nearlv 11)0. of the 1). and 1). should join and aid in niviim Cleveland the largo dining-rooiever Institute, and prepared by thu ladies of Pine llrass and Siring Hand in Vttcnchiico from ami Tlitiiiiian the iaret vote July ut to September 1st. Rate greatly reduced, the First Presbyterian church. polled in the county. The unifoi S'2 per day mid $10 per vvtfkainl upward Judge Is. J. Hreckiiiriilge will leave a white plun ha,t and a banTHOM AS N llV M AN, Manager ; leai-inTuesday morning your for Russell county on dana, can be secured by J AS. C KINO, ItcsiUcnt Supt.", 1) 1.I1MISTON, Clerk S. Miller, 34l sie ami ?l.-- " with 1). Klass, or it can on legal business, dipt. be had at once fioni another merchant of thu revenue service, was in town this KIKKSVILIJE who has them in stock. After the meet-in- n morning on his way from lincastpr to Is Receiving His the boys paraded the streets with Harrodsbuag. lively time A rumor is alloat this, Monday, drums and llfes and had morning that the custodian of the Loufor a half hour or so. At tho meeting yesterday afternoon isville Southern bonds at Harrodsburg ASSOCIATION, KIKKSVIII.K, KY some CD names weie enrolled, making had delivered the bonds to tho represenGoods Warranted and a Perfect flt Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. now 150. .Mr. A. K. tative of tho company and received the the iiieiiibi'i-shiDenny mado a short address and urged positive assurance that the road would Will hold thcirnmni.il Pair ut their grounds j "Woo is be built to Danville. miles from Kirksville on all democrats to Join our club or form not Alhauibra!" Nowell Kltnore me oiie ii, their precincts. Heron by a half neck Mincola beat 1888. showed the true stuff that is in him by at Chicago on Saturday,, distance 1 of a JULY 27 members he presenting the names of mile. Heron carried PJ0 pounds. Minco- Liberal premiums and (,'ood inaiiagemclit have had secured. Messrs. .1. C. Sudduthand la 10S pounds; Hindoo Chief cauio in ami Literary Samuel Sims were leipiested to take third. Tho track was muddy and for miidc tills one of the loremost Stock Fairs of thu A home fcliool for the lilclicr .duration of young women. Art.MuMo advantages oflereo incuts. Location healthy, faettlly competcut, lerinn reasonable lor sleps toorgjinii) a club at Kingsvilleaiul that reason tho tinio was not good. Suite. I'or cutalngues and particulars address, file), llghtH. nhliikr tiiltlon In I.ltciatv Depuitmcnt nnil Music for i.O.W) lot llonnl, James 11. Carter at Highland. Ad- Heron Is a half brother of Terra Cotta, Send for catalogue to nesclon fuim Sfplctiibcr till .Itme. Without music i.'OO.Oll. J. WAI.KP.R, Secretary, journed to meet Saturday night next at Asoci-t- e principal., Kirksville, K 35) S: S: syTJL'&'fiSSSSr1Heron's dam being Virginia 1!., by ti o'clock. tiva-siiiv- detiil-SS.W- A.T. Nunnelley, l. I!, j l; taxes $:,, I lii..')0; $70S.-fai.ent- er w-- !?.' j ex-f- or - l!,il-tiino- re State-at-la- n, rati-lie- d. by-law- s, fll1X . per-sonal- tv I .1-- v , J citi-w- as Crab Orchard, PAPER and FTJHITIT'UKE. complete:stock always on hand. WATiTi n 111,1011-siliii).'- of 11 M ERCH ANT TAI LOR AND SUMMER GOODS. THE 11 STOCK FAIR AND'28, 11. SPRING ".' Madison Female institute, 11111I 5 He-pa- rt ftf RICHMOND, KY. nMhiBUTniini r'i Tn" ill. " "m i 'iJi i".' TTTTTnTTT. - "1 aiipwtipiwww WAYNESBURG. 5-- ri m mi - i'rurf j) if iiiWbt T.'Mtyjit.''wi' rT TtTWri-- rn &aiiiwwiwMMaMWftM'jlgM; ' LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. I 4 "Indeed, you must not sot your hopes on The ladies of the W. C. T. l nrc uiitoitnininoiit in mo," she declared, oarucstlj. "Thcroaro uro rortums why it it better that you the near future, which will he tupuriii-tcnile- J should know this now. Lyman and I must hv u MiH Pmiglas of Lexing- ho nil to each oilier. Torgct mo, if you do cars for me. Think of sonto ono else, oi ton. A It hen, for her sako as well as yours." George 1). Himlett it Co., are ready " I v.'Dlt I onld porjuado you to sea on acAHhcu. She might have objections to this to receive the money due them counts and are compelled to insist that llltlo arrangement of yours, as well us myself. Wo their customers come forward and nettle you are, at will not speak of it now. Hero home." tit once. Sarah opeued tlu door before ho couM The Louisville Southern engineers ring tho boll. "Miss Kverlel'jh's lu tho parlor. Oo lu have arrived in town and have taken there, Miss Carol." l)oard at Mason's Hotel. They will conSomething in tho woman's face struck tinue the survey to Hoone's gap in Mini-- j awe and forlxidtug to Carol's heart "Oh, what Is iu Lyman- -" son county, about 14 miles from here. Ho's come to "There s Mrs. C. W. Sweeney, son, .Ies.se, and himself. He been a hchange. send right off would vo us Olivia, are visiting relatives in for Mr. Kverleigh. daughter, Adair county. J. W. Miller. J. II. " I must seo him, I die till I sea Woodcock. K. J). Ilishop and the I. J. him,' ho kep' going on, can't Tim snid wo and correspondent went to Nicholasville to mus'u't frut him. Don't look so, my oor hear Uro. H.imes last Sunday. Iambi Tun says ho's as liki to go ono way As won as the IiuNvillc Southern as t'other; thoy always thinks they is completes the survey from Yerchamp to dyin' " they will "survey a mute from The parlor Ooor opened. Carol felt Versailles touielunond viiiNichoIasville. drawn In und folded close iu Althea's It hehooves the neoile of Garrard to arms. There wera no words, no tears, themselves it they want the road. whtlo thoy waited, but oh! tho ugouy of They need it had enough. suoti waiting when u life hangs In the bale Uro. Barnes is preaching at a thing!" ance. HC)t.iring to give un hor-sclf fair brow Hho lifted her cyos to hit out a shadow of coquetry In them. with-- J he-st- ir Nichol-nsvill- Five minutes pasaed, and Mr. Kvcrlclgh's stops camo slowly dow u. " Ho was no worse that I can see, though tho fever has risen again. I thought ho was rational for u moment, but tho next hu was raving. ' 1 want to die, but thai load holda mo back. It is all yours, ao why don't you take It, Though he wiu looking straight at me It was quite evident thut ho did not know me. Tho nurse gavo him a powerful sedative, and he Is quieter now I would stay longer, but lam duo at tlu Inquest, whore you will bo wanted, also, Norris." Tho two went out together, and Carol slipped away from tho clasp of her friend, saying mournfully; " You would not waut to touch rao If you knew all, Allhea. I must tell you, though you hate us troth. I don't think Lyman was raving, lie was trying to tell that tho moneythe fortune was nover ours. Ho took It from your father, I don't know how. Ingot told me, and that Lyman shot himself. Wasuot thatdreadful, Altheal Oh, I know I he suffered terribly, terribly, to do such a thing, and I love him. I mint love him ull the moro, because now, If ho lives, ho will never have any one but me." OR, "I suspected something of this," said Althea, lu 3thlcd tones. " No, do not draw away from me, Carol; you have done nothing wrong. Let me bo your friend throu ja this trouble, ami do you bo mine, for 1, too, am lu trouble deep trouble. Do you know can you guess, how ho first wentastruyr' Carol began to tremble. "I am afrald-O- h, Althea! shall I tell you CHAPTEH XXIX. what I think (" " FHOM aKA)13 TO WAKI.VO." "No, child, do not! I A;ioic.' I know that Ingot was not found. Watching his opportunity, ho was off the very moment tho my pride has this to unswer for. If ho dies, I shall never forgive myself." clerk's back was turned. But Lyman Childer did not die. Tho restHe was far too sharp to try to got away by ono of tho outgoing trains. lie had less phantoms that had crowded the sick dropped his light overcoat In the seat o room were banished from that hour. Ho fell Into a long, refreshing sleep, out of Carol aftor taking the tickets, ami a ho sauntered through the crowd, he wound which ho waked or was it only u dream J to a sight of tho proud, a largo muffler about his face like ono who always thrilled him. Ah,lovely face which surely, it vai a suffers from toothacho, and replaced his dream, for now It was softened, pitying, nnd tho voice which made music iu hi ears murmured : Livo, Lyinun, live, to bo forgiven as I hopo for forgiveness." But ovcuadieam may havo a wonderfully soothmg effect when a man's brain is woven about by the cobwebs of fover. There were days of suspense for those who were interested iu his fato beforo tho balance was fairly turned, und ho was pronounced out of danger. Everleigh-Lvcrlolgh-Everlelghl' Nich-olasvill- e, to crowded houses. He is rapidly Itrcaking down nil oj)position to his sweet gospel. His health is, however, not so good ns it might he, hut a few weeks of Kentucky fare and air will no ;louhtset him nil right again. What he needs most is n little rest. The lest of the troupe are well. Miss Mary Annie Wihnore, of is visiting Mrs. J no. K.Stormes. TMiss Addie Foler, of I5ryantsville,spent Sunday with Mrs. W. A. Arnold. Mrs. "W. A. Herkele, of New Orleans, is visit-in- s her father, Mr. W. II. Wherritt. W. "W. White, of Dallas, Texas, is spendim: a few days with his relatives. Miss Del-l- a Hughes, of Lower Gnrrard. is with the Misses Markshury. Mis Nannie Tucker, of Winchester, is visiting Miss Km-m- a Hood. UMer a in ml CLEARING HIMSELF. bo-sld- CHAl'TIiK XXX. THE DEED AMI THE MOTIVE. t A fr t Tho iuquest was over, und Norris and Uncle Amos, having glvou their testimony, went away together. "Suppose we call on Udson whllo wo arc in his neighborhood," suggested tho former. "I have not heard the conclusion of his story, und there are somo points not yet clear to mo. You don't seem to four that ho may try to eseapo you for tho second time, Uncie Amos '' "Scarcely," and tho old man chuckled " You see, Kverleigh has promised not to iike one who Barrens niou toothache. bo hard on him, but I thought it best, up, to with all this other business hat by a knit jersey enp, which ho drew get him out of th way for astirred so tho time, from his pocket, dropping the hat unper-celvc- d truth is, 1'vo sent him out to tho eottago." further on, nnd In the slight disguise You uro u famous detective," suul Norof his changed upiearanec, ho had passed by tho party, who, piloted by tho ris, with a laugh, "First run your man close cUrlc, were at that moment turning into down, and then give him a homo for life for thut is w hat it will amount to." tho waiting-room- s in search of him. "1 It required somo nervo to walk slowly very urn only ufraid that ho will not livo long, poor fellow! Certainly, Norris, away when ho reuehed tho street, but Ingot did It, and made good his escape, you need not object, since jou refuse to livo whllo Undo Aiuo.s und tho noliee sergeant with me, and Kdson would find It hard to wore sending messages to havo a train get a situation where ha could support himwhich had just pulled out searched ut its self. No one would euro to employ him nnd Norris was reas- with that b'lot of dishonesty hanging over llrst blopplng-plaesuring the startled girl whoso heart him, and, besides, he Is not now tit for any throbbed with a strange mingling of emo- thing except to potter about a pluco llko tions ns sbc began to realize what ull this mine." "All eminently good und satisfactory .meant. Joy that the fulflllnmntof her promise reasons, Uncle Amos, but urn I to wait until could not now he required by Ingot; fear I pay you u visit thero to learn what ho saw m tho bank that night! Evidently, you do lest Lyman might bo tnrcatened by tho from which tha other was Hying; not regard him as Lyman Cluldor's assailrelief at having the place of that distasto-fu- l ant." "No. Lyman Chlldar's own hand comlover filled by ono who was no less a lover, though his eyes, not his lip3, told of mitted the crimo against himself; you may tho tenderness stirring. But nnxioty for know why, though you keep so quiet about It. This is what Edson says." iicr brother was uppermost. 41 It was only what tho reader knows withPlease, let mo hurry back to Lyman. I out telling. Hidden In tho expectation of Tiavo been away from him so long " " You shall go at onco. But now you will finding Childer engaged in somo scheme let your friends sharo your burden, will you lileo that which ho had once curried out sucnot It has grioved Althea so to bo shut cessfully, Edson hud disclosed hlmsolf just .away from you in your trouble I think It In time to thoroughly startlo tho other as ho Is her trouble, too, though I would not say turned tho pistol against hiinjclf und sent the ball crashing Homo, meaning it to still it to nny ono but you." " Althea! Oh, I could not see hir," shiv- lifo's pulses forever. Ed 3on hud not a doubt but thut this had ered Carol. "What has poor Althea douo to sot you boen douo. so against her f Sho is u firm friond of yours, Nover a bravo man ut tho best, and rendered moro cowardly by u year of fugitive and has been throughout." " Sho has douo nothing nothing. It Is existence, ho was appalled by tho which might icflcct upon himself. poor what wo have dono against her child never thought of separating herself Who would believe that ho could bo in that from her brother" but Lyman will mako plaeo at that hour for any purpose but ovlll amonds If ho over gets well." It might be, ovoti, that his story of tho Her lips were quivering and tho tears other's suicide would bo doubted, and himglistening on her long lushes thut swept self suspected as Lyman's murderer. Thero her whlto checks. Norris felt a pang of was that still unexplained between th two doubt and disinuy. Wus her distress for men which mado this supposition probablo, Lyman and that vaguo wrong at which sho aud he had yielded to his foars and mado tainted, or good his escape, first taking pains to obliter' You uro no,, grieving becauao Ingot hus ate all marks of his prescuca thero. He had d volumes from turned out a scoundrel, uro you!" he asked. brought theso 41 1 nover could boliovo that you had grown thoir neglected shelves und piled them up fond of him, not even when you told mo you In tho littlo closet whero hu had found a expected to bo happy with him, and looked hiding-place- , and in tho ub3onco of Childer as if you meant it." and Ingot, no ouo had uotieed tho change "Oh, no; that was not what I meant. I This was nil that Undo Amos could tell. did not intond to marry him, thou Lyman Tho soquol to that night's attempt, tho key had told mu 1 noed not -- and I expected to to tho ono mystery of how Lyman Childer bo f reo from him on tho day after I saw you. had robbed tho employer who trusted him, That was why I expected to ha vory happy camo later, when tho sick man wus so far " aftor recovorod that ho could mave ubout, though 44 You mako mo vory In'jy; by tolling mo only tho shadow und ghost of himself. Then this, Carol. And If I may hop" that somo ono day, at his request, Mr. Evcrlelgh came, day you will mako mo happior still, I will bringing with him a gentleman with whom have ovcry thing iu tho world Hut I wish ho had a business acquaintance, the division or." superintendent of tho express company, X grave simile flitted across tho girl's under whom Norris had formerly worked. e, dli-covcOonso-quenc- "the dust-covere- For Sale lijr McKuberti A Stags therefore, criminal, ami it is To Nashville, s satisfactory to notice that several Memphis, engaged in such sale have already Atlanta, justice in the courts. been brought to Montgomery, The otlicinl analysts havo tecently been "Jiiai'ir. cmiass uni'Tio.' active in the pursuit of thi'.-- o dishonest Little Rock, THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE articles. Tho bakinj: powora of several Mobile and New Orleans. I r 'in states have been carefully and critically CENTRAL KENTUCKY Newport News & Mi33.Valley Co. examined. The oIliciaN are sui prised at 1 .ail I'nlnt. the lar'c amount of lime ami alum tfoods o fact that no found. It is a siiw-tiv(EASJ, bakiiiK pow dor execjit the Hoyal hits SOUTH-ES- l. & been found without either lime or alum, Dr. Frice's bak-inFAST LINE BETWEEN and many contain both. EMIGRANTS powder has been found to contain hoiwe.jn the line jf thit mil will receive LEXINGTON SeeUnj & CINCINNATI. hue. ill rate. nearly 12 per cent, of lime; Cleveland's s asenta.it thn Company far ratea, route ,SDS SC1I I'.IH'U". INr r r I C V M W A m ,rv ThupowJer tie cruti puriti 11 percent, of impurities; the phosphate . r al ttreiuih am n ' c M " .cI - i in in v ,. "r wrue t t.l' MMOItK G I' k r. A . ... N N. . Nn 12 per cent, ot nine, powders over than the ..mtir.ar) km ,.,.!. will. l', ... - if ... .'mpeuiiun 't I Da ZLSun Sun. chief serv ce of hme is to ami 11, jhtniim w.mih .,.li ..u !,r. n teal,, l in 1111 t nr S - cam R. , IUkin i'nwi k t I in l oo m wciuht It IS true lIUU nine, nnco nunyi Wall street, New j . S p in !.fc::E,rss2t..iTs & jected to beat, ives oll'u certain amount J8 P m Arr l'an. 40 a m 10 Co p hi J iu p in nfi..iiliiin!iMiflduiH. but a nuick lime is, p m 0 lu p in jo ,ii an 11511 j. Dili I MAM CARS AHn 5111111 TfiAIMQ. ?.!.! left- -a caustic of most powciful nature. i a iu tu te t, m 5 10 p in Arr Winchottr.. ju jj p m n jj p m 60s p in (if tlrV lllllf Oil tllC l amnll nlliOllitV it iiicninoiiu. ,.i i ui p ni, J ID p III ,rr i.aiuaaierM...i 10 p m, tongue, or in tho eye produces painful efI 3 p LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. v'aJnfi"ll. 3 ik p raj p m To Washington, Richmond filld 'rr Kiclinioau fects; how much more serious must thcs.o ... Lie 5 p in of Arr llerea 3 .a p in. ellects be on the delicate membranes Old Point Comfort. Arr Lexington... 5 4S t' " the stomach, intestines and kidneys, THE LARGEST AND FINEST Nt). I. North- - Iloi'th. No. 3. more particularly of infantsandchihben, No. 5. HOTEL IN THE CITY. ami especially when the limo is taken TO LouiBvilo and Cinciinnatl l.te l.iini;tun oi a in into the system day after day, and with I.te llcru.t to ij a Cnnneitiuna ditnl ( r all ,)Oint m t fie Arr KiLliinoni is said by the RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD4S a in aliiiostevcryine.il. This I.e Stinfunl .. 97 10o aa in J 5 a nil. be ono of the causes of inphysicians to ING TO ROOMS: AND Lie Laneaaier WEST NORTH-WESin in Arr KiUimunil... 00 . Ill ojo a tu.. digestion, dyspepsia and those painful I.ve Kichinonii. SOUTH-W- E jO p III 6 5" a m diseases of tho kidneys now so pieva-len- TURKISH Jk RUSSI N HVTHS IN HOI EL Arr Wiiielicatcr t $ P III 7 40 a III;., 8 Arr I'jtit J ijll J a III1. rao. 4, No I.ae I.exlugtoii (U p in 7 35 a Adulteration with lime is quite ns IN K'Khtl soi tj, '3;. Day 3 no p m 8 30 a ml 3 50 p m Dally K, Sun. I.e I'arn j 40 p much to be di ended as with alum, which I.ve Cjmhuiia 4 06 p III 9 00 a in 4 30 p m to 03 a in 5 75 p m 7011pm 0 Jo a m l.c r.ilmuuth.. 5' l .e l.oillaallle has heretofore received the most em6 i p 11 35 a ml 6 50 p m 10 J5 p m It so a tn Arr Coainuton Arr Lexington condemnation from food analysts, " W lute sulphur .Springn a m phatic j to On the Mayanllc Ilranch, No. 9 leavet I'arn at " Cli.irlottille(V.lJunct 5 10 p m it 40 a m phvsiciansnnd chemists, for tho reason m 8 30, a in anu No. 11, at 510, p in, arriving at " Uichniund.. 9 uo p J 50 Maytville at 10 30, a m, and 740, p m, No to 10 33 j m 6 3$ p m " Neuport New. partially that while alum may be leavei Maytville at 600, a m, arriving at I'artt at " Old l'oint Coinlorl 1,11 00 a m 7 tn p m 8 jo, a in No 11 leavea Maynville al 105 andr by tho heat of baking it is imposNorrolk 40 a m 7 40 p m p m 8 V3 p m arrive at I'arn at 3 3$, p in. Thene train are" " Wanhiniton 9 40 daily except ."iiiuilav sible to destroy or change the nature of 11 as p in it 3 p m llilnmore.. No ii leaves Covington at 330.1m, arrive at co a m 1'lilladelphU 3 o a tn tho lime so that tho entire amount in at 10 30 a tn; Sunday only No 31 )urK in 6 o a m 0 (a .New leave Falmouth nt 30 pm, arrive ut Covington with all its the baking powder passes, nt 6 30 p mj Sunday only No. 15 leave l.exing Lexington Divin'on Train run lay Central ti me injurious properties, into the Momacli. 15 p in, arrivei I'arn 7 54 p in. No. 8 leave Main LineTraim eatt nf Huntington run by Kan Jon 7 Covington 5 o p in, arrive Falmouth 710 p m. one hour faater than Central No 7 leave Falmouth The largo prollts from the manufac- ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS crn time, which at 3 30 a m, arrive at Cov tune. int(ton at 7 50 a m ture of lime ami alum baking powders ADDITIONAL TRAINS. No. it, daily exDAILY KXCKPISUNDAV bus placed many of them iu tho market. cept Sunday, leaae Olie llilU 45 a m; Mt NO I h. Train 3 and are daily between tniind in the stock of al ti.i.v un to lm 1 00 a in; arrive Lexington 8 33 a tn; arrive at vlaWincheater 11 33a rn. R. B. GEOGHEGAFS, Cincinnatidaily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati train areLexington and Cincinnati; oilier other most every retail dealer, and aio urged dally except Sunday. No. w, Direct connection made al Winchetter with upon customerH calling lor baking pow00 p in; I.exineton 3 jj p m; arrive Mt Sterling Cheaape ike SUCCESSOR TO Ohio for Ml. .Sterling, Aililanit der upon all occasions. Because of their 7 n p mj Olive Hill 9 Jo p m Hiintingtnn, Ch.1rleat.1n, W, Va. and Kattcrn cttiet No. 3, daily, leave Clifton Forc at 7 00 a m; detrimental character it is r No. and THE HATTER, Charleaton u 30 pp m.in; arrive Aahlaml 5 40 p m; ter. AST LINK with I'ulliiun4 run via Winchetholid train Sleeping Car. be desirable that prompt means bo takon M'MIOHAEL, Colnmbui 1; tvvcen Cuicinn iti and Richmond, Va., and No. 6, dally leave Ahland 7 to a m; arrive nt to suppress their manufacture. 611 4TH AVENUE, and Wahington, Charleaton 1111am; Clifton Kore 7 36 p in Furo baking powders aro ono of tho Through ticket and biggage checked to any I'ullimn Sleeplns Car on all through tralna deitination reached by a railroad. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. chief aids to tho cook in preparing perOld Dominion Stcamahipt leave Nnrtork on For full particular addrett any agent of the Co. bile those Wedneadtj. Thurdiy and fect and wholesome food. K. II. UACON. S. F. II. MORSE. at 6 30 p in for New ork. obtained of 1 ravelin). I'an'g'r Agt., Gen'l Vnn'g'r Agt., are to bo For Ticketa, Rate, Information, etc., apply to A discount of 10 per rent, vaiil lie givwi on ull Hoyel, of whose puLexington, K.y, Covington, Ky, reputation, like tho ticket oft ce or addrei H.E. HUNTING TON, General Manager. II. W FULLER, rity there has nover been a question, it ordcri unit for IUt witli a copy of the a bine ad W C. WICKHAM, Receiver Uen'l l'aaa'r Agt, mtiitmcnt, nicatiuiiliij piper. OonOfflcoa, Covington, Kontuoky. is proper to avoid all others. The excitement over the mail toule from this place to Ihodhcud has siihsid- Demands prompt treatment. ed since the contract has been awarded' sults of neglect may hu serious. Tho reAvoid to the l'tthiski man ut per year. all harsh and drastic purgatives, the ' Kverybody necm.s to breathe easier tendency of which Is to weaken tho ltowels. Tho best remedy Is Aycr's since we have had a good milt and the republican convention has come and! Dills. Is Being purely vegetable their action prompt aud their effect always passed. The nomination of Harrison und benellclal. They nro an admirable Moi ton don't seem to ell'cct business iu Liver and After-dlnnpill, nnd everythe least. The miii lises and sets juct where endorsed by tho profession. " Aycr's Fills ore highly nnd unlvor-sall- y the Mime as it did before. It took the spoken of by tho people about Chicago convention a whole week to Hud here. 1 makn dully use of them In my practice. a mail for old (trover to sit down on. Dr. I. E. Fowler, Bridge-jxii- t, Conn. Your coru'spondciit in leferenee to can teeoiiunrnd Ayor's Fills the Carpenter trial iu giving the names all"Iothers, hiivlug long proved nhovo their Milne in a cntlmrtlo for nivm-lof the attorneys for the defense xccnis to and ' famllj.- "- J. T. Hess, Lelthsvllle, Fa. have nvei looked that notable gentleman, " For surernl yenrs Ayer's Fills havo O. 11. Waddle, who by the way was one Wen used iu my family. Wo tlud them an of the main spokes in the wheel. The w i iter happened to be at .souieiset and heard the arguments on both sides of' for rotiMlpntlon nnd Indigestion, nnd the case and he is free to lonfcs? that' nro never without them in the house." Motes (ireuler, Iowell, Mas. Mr. Waddle's speech w..s among the best "I hao used Aycr's Fills, for liver that was made on either side. troubles and Indigestion, during The champion llsticutl of Kubanks years, and have always found ninny them t iu their action." came oil" lust week between John Tate prompt mid L. N. Smith, I'tlcn, N. Y. and (). 11. Duller. The contestants were " I suffered from constlpntlon which "Bocauso I was ambitious, Sir. Ever-loignsiunied such un obstinate form that I I wanted to secure an Interest in tho well matched and contended for eeiy feared it would camo u stoppngn of tho linn, to become a partner on tonus which inch of ground until the bystaudeis cullltowels. Two Ikixcs of Ayer's Fills efwould pluoo mo as nearly as possible equal ed time on them, without either paitv fected n complete cure." D. Burke, with you. I did not intend to use jour S.ico, Me. money for that purpose wheu I purloined throwing up the white tl.ig, aud just " I hno ued Ayer's Fills for thn past lu Ioalymcantto hold It back until tho called it a tie. The men became iu oh ed thirty cars und consider them an inherltuueo Fun-uke- r had promised my sis. ocrsomebusinesstniHs.iction, lii'iico tinfamily medicine. I know of no better remedy for liver troubles, ier nml mysolf camo into my hands; with ..,, ,t,,ilt. mm.,,.. ur,. i..i. ,.0,i. ..itii-i.....i -. and hae always found tlieni a prompt that, I meant to eome to your relief, to caru your gratitude, to secure my own place. it is to bo hoped tiiat the matter will be cure for dsitepsii.".liunes (Jiilini, 10 Middle st., Hartford, Conn. Then I should havo turned over tho trust, dropped without iurther trouble. "Having been troubled with costlve-nes- s, but before that week was out camo the news Darker D. Iteynolds, of the Dig villi h liiexltable with perthut our fortuno wus a myth, our legacy Glades, is hen iitiug his brother-in-law- , sons of sedentary habits, I have tried comparatively nothing." Ajer's Fills, hoping for relief. I am 41 II. W. Caldwell. It. D. l'adgeit, the glad If you only meant to keep the packago to Kiiy that lime served uiti back, why should you go to such a length handsome bachelor merchant of Kn- - letter than nny they other inedlehm. I I I am ufraid that banks, is here attending to some busias to rob tho express arrive at this conclusion only after n your story will not hold together, young faithful trial if their merits." Samuel ness iu connection with his mercantile T. Jones, Oak at., Boston, Mass. man," remarked the superintendent, sebusiness. Dr. llei.er and Dr. Bryant, verely. both of Kuhnuks, me heie looking after Tu be t'ontliiuril.) the welfare of their many patents. Miss nv ' DANGEROUS FOOD AOULTERATION. Ellen Dowers has another attack of cer- - Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mast. bold bj nil Urftler In Mrdlcitir. The Fraudulent Use or Alum and Lime In chro spinal ineninUlsaml it is thought that her recovery is wry doubtful. Cheap Baking Powder. There are at least two yoiuij: men an adulter-- 1 If consumers prefer to buy dis-ha- d of food, because it can be wud of town who nn looking very ated article return-hav- e pondcnt since the Flat I.tck at a lower price, they undoubtedly OI SI Wl'illtl) has returned the riyht to do so, provided the 'ed home. "Jell" I on I im liu and adulterations are not of a diameter in- - home to remain duiinu' the hot weather Irerl I I kec1 ocnnrjt tittle c i,r nc.lt and itrt tiling ni 4iid rri o it ur ilrv, thi- i tlie juiioiisto health. If such articles mo. with his widowed mother, greatly to the' dic.ip,to buv miu tiirt Imnrinrlirw mr, - all mJ W dn t of .1 certain irl I lould meti- place ' not falsely sold as pure, and the custom-- ' satisfaction .re j r HARK Is iteptt.iii, er is not deceived as to their real charm- -! tioii. "Jclf has been tr.iudin;: in Tennwsw, Oeorpn, Kentucky and Indiana ter, the transaetfon is not illegitimate. tnkim: But the jrcat dunwr in the the 111 true for W. K. lbrren, of a huuli-- r h,,i at Kk lm in W. (.'. Ferkin pao- - llirI IVrnll st,.re Imi.i.i- - tad am do- - orders for picture. food arises from the 11 adulterated furni.! Js ic niantifactur-- , cil tliroujli our town this week on His the pwliilmrMitlia kuiA, ut Mt, hli i and ) r ception that is practiced by I I runlin in Mam mttmi to m ni) wim n1 classing Mich jioods as puie. way Jiome to Fulaski. Mi. Mary . ui runningsm.f.itU an .4 in i.mit M V KI.KIN This is almost invatiahlv done when the lilacs, formerly of this, but now liin adulterant N one that' is injurious to1 in Owen rotuit. is on a is.t to her mother, Mt. hrmine F.mett. Aillev instance, manufacturers of health. to.,,.V wif(, rftlirm.1, (i.-hof this alum and lime bakinj; powder not only ' f0in a isit to Hon K fill to inform the oublic of the real char- - town. Frank and llartx M.inicr return- acter of their jjoods, but carefully con- - cd last niht irom a trip to liminnati, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE -J c.,,1 the fact that they are made from RAILROAD. these Doisonousai tides. Most of these 1 ' i.re.t manufacturers also claim that their ar wholesome, while ticles are pure and THROUGH TRUNK LINE. some j;o still further and proclaim boldly that they are cream of tartar jioods or even the :enuine Hoyal lkikin Fow-d&, itself. No consumer will buy alum baking pow tiers knowiiijjly, for it is 1. tH.Tttv'.lVS Ks well understood that they are detrimental to health. The sale of lime and alum ' bakinj: powders as puie ami wholesome 50 f Norris was thero also, by appointment, not ut all expecting what wui to come. "Gentlemen," said Lynun, steadily, though ho was pale with a imllor greator than that left by his recent Illness; "I havo a confession to mako which you are ull thrco entitled to hear. You, Mr Kverleigh, und you, Bergman, know part of It that ( fell from my hitogrity and appropriated funds thut did not belong to me that were yours, Mr. Kverleigh, being utmost tho full amount of Edson's defalcation, returned to mo In trust to bo restored to you. I had been hi communication with IMson and knuwwhen to ox,cct tho package, as well as what it contained. 1 wish only to state tho facts, not to excuse my actions. T laid my plaus deliberately, us you must know, for It was I who robbed tho express train of tho package which wus addressed to myself." "You!" echoed tho bankoraud his clerk, in n breath. "I hud been handy, us n boy, lu tho uso of tools. It was very simple work, meeting tho train a fuw hours out and cutting through tho floor, for tho noise of running deadened uny sounds I made. I treated you rather roughly, I am ufraid, Bergman; but I think It docs uot require my ussur-unc-o to convince you all that I wus in no mannor interested iu the robbory which followed. All that I desired and all I secured was that ono packago w hlch wus leing forwarded to me." "But, Lyman, why why did you do such h. Constipation GIX.BEHOTT, uui. I j t t ii u t - I M elfKJM I iln wlili cr 'ii- of caoii, at $3, CASH, I 'I pmlltscof return if cjw l nit lili calf, I II lll'ItNSIDK Jerc Hull will tuul inj MV e lJ FOB SALE. IIounc and 25 AcrcH Iniicl Twii mlln South til St.mloril un , AiUlrrs tin- Effective Remedy N't al .it C utloti-- K) s,cit,in C'rtrk THAT FIGHT C. K. Simmoni, St, I.oult, Prop'r M.A.Mmmont Liver Medlcln,Kit'J SH In the V. S Court DiriATt J, Cured INDIOXCTIOK, Tho Original Wins. ellli-luu- er Itrvulitor, Kit'd by Zcllln ifl&s. M. A. S. L. M. haj far ai era II. Zellln.l'rop'rA.q.Hlmmoin Lif- ArrTiTi. p,- s ' Church, Ailime.Tenn,, wrilec"! ik 1 inouiu nave rcen dead but lor your Genuine M. A. Sim. mom Liter Medicine. I have HWIAt somctlmct had to rubitltule your aieui v.tiiin amir-lo- r cine, but it don't answer the purpote." Dr. J. It. Orarea. Kdltor TJLi iPjtut, MrmphU,Tcnn. a nackare of vour Liver edlclne. and hate utril half nf li lt woiku like a charm. I want no belter Liver Iteculatnr and cer Uloly no more olZellln'a mUtur. I)TrtriA,SlCK llAUACIIC,LoT Souk Stomach, Ktc, M. K. iict. 1 11, ucatni, Dilioonim. Ayer's Pills, iMtKi-Aiir.- -. hBjjrflj ANTEH' CHICKEN liADIKS&d'KXTLKiMKX 'p Cholera Cure ! s Choi-err.. NEW lSl'TCIIKIt SHOP. , iiiJ ai ti-- lii-u(iir- e ' j tcr ini fi,, Ii. - rhn kens die every year from aBfliaSir? Thousands of dollars - worth of ' It is more fatal to chickens than 'l other diseases combined. Hut the discovery ol a renieuy tn.it vsiivtit made, andu.be con- vnued of its efheacy only requires a lbccn er SOUTH f!.T"" WEST ggLLLAN gALACg CAR. --- articles N, iaouisvuie one hundred chickens It is guar .mteed If, after using of .1 bottle, the buyer is not thototighly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the tindcisigned and our money will be refunded. two-third- s per-son- KentuckyCentralR. R. )! POWDER I c I i gSMH, ARKANSAS -- TEXAS.i WST A$g V Absolutely Pure. .1 . . i 1 ! 4 mi- - I souoa-nuun.- , ,1(1 i C Chesapeake Onio :.s;!5 ) 4 . 11 'ftlfc GALT HOUISE, EAST i 111 . I 4 WEST T "i 111 . 11 1 . 11 t. I . . Ml 3 111. 111 . 4 111 111 i dis-bolv- 1 1 ,1 4 1 riler-lui- 4 r, 1 . f well-know- n 3 11 Win-cheat- Satur-daj- - .'.-i- aaxwf. . -