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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888070601 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. GOD Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 6, 4888. NO'. 42. & CRAB ORCHARD. -vt-rp-.- IS LOVE AND NOTIIISB ELSE. plain terms at when lli'cillt lllmvlf the (toil of b poor, wayward, yrt III t lie m.iili ! LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. IJ. L gineers. piHlniithip and lov I'M. It now bone of my llow-lin- u To the Farmers of Lincoln and bone and lU.li of mv flush'"- -. It. F. Hudson, the popular teller of near, tu dear tint ir.iiiinter naiiiuil ,lone. Counties- wat present ami eondueteil the Honcffofili her clilm it lir.t-r- iln above tlut l Citizens H.ink, is happy over a big the j,,lor Mother ,.,,. Wlc. Leave all and cleave at nijjht. boy at his house. He iias named him har ,, Sic th, flrtl chnlcel So will our Roller Md'a Company want The As we write vehicle of every "Hdwlaiui." I Urn;" yet only in the durUn.., the .ecund Adam one d.iv make good this Intel ttlinle whcit i Mpof ilW. and willpi'y in ca.a the , H,, , uiv pitKitiiii; to anil fro jjettinc ,,,,, lm. hls'ie.t market pric-.1- " r it D" rot tell walnut ugaln.l tint and that ob.tacle;)el net- (or u vc dath The IiuuknerCltib will meet next firitucin SupemiUndciit I'utt at the Mill or of ' I or mil, hlng lhibjeet of our aeurch. tervilude like Jacob will seem auiiglil to Mini, rositly to eoiivey paenseifi to tlie j.'niml Satutday at I v. M. in tlie court-houstOSIT.lt the u.ideri,'ucJ thmc who for ,ht rOVL' wherewith He love m; and one pienie to he i.'iven at Dripping .prinyn "Seek and find" it written for I'ret Stanford Holler .Mill Co 3.1 Let all who can attend. There will be ; lllmlnJcautChrittMir LOUD, iihJ "need nofjda, Me tlull mj to Hi i'thor und Ihine. An iiniuene erowil will he business of importance. at- , mt that any iliould toll" thein Who He it. They be inlno. atone and foret. there. ! ! erOwing to the condition of Brother ready "know Whom they hate believed." KQnoutly beautiful' llrautlfully Tlie Kentucky Medical then, the renwii tlut "tiV and Mi U Klrf,)u Whatever, which i to meet at the Crah Orchaitl Harries' health, he and the troupe will And mmthute it man and wnnutn for the first are uukii nlterward wilhonl dutibt they are an the "Spirit," time. Paulout jiiv it 1. 19 Iwie it thiu bnt Juy im. Spiimr-- t on tlie 11th, will he attemled liy go to Cumberland Falls after Xicholas-vill- i To The Voters of Lincoln County: aJditbiii tA o.i- - eweoHtpattlnt to spend a few days in much need"male and female," that Cod called "AtiAM; wot ly tcennd in that "falne. of Joy" in IIU fully ;!iK) of the uiediial fraternity. A .itiJ I The Tax linnk. nre now ria!y fir " ed rest. Ai.am Niii:vBinthe day of Tmkik creation which mm ought never 10 hat left, mo ready to P'ceiu' the taxe Kerj'oJ will good wiany other uuvs-tair- exiiected "' And intl iwrany lotvurjtry kvuw truHKwslusU In factt are lacti, whether ct?lu.llu or u it Tlie Hoone Club failed to meet this pleate .omc fjrwardT. I) pav earh XKWI.ANI). S I. C and the Spring will he full next week. f HmiII Here e iieiu wim wnfitw Last fall Mr. Iloweii Oover wtw year, for the Hist time in a century. The I.I .him" MH aia in Mm lai.ice ami llbne. AUt, thjl, 4ty 4f9mm ,, MMjn brokJ Bp The mm of Hi. duel lined for a couple of loose lioi.ies heloii"-iti- u club is evidently alllicted with "innocumtrtKtaf thron-- h the e.ikt. f.l.t Jeh.li Klohiw" roanan In aottrrl.," of th md and "brathd Into batichuij hc terpM amon "beaU." then thro to him ruiiiiiiiwthrouh town. Hord ous desuetude." Let us iiope it is for h be.ame "HvinK "" " ' w "' Mf"'- - it attacking tli weaker .wl." then the tlrmitf- - es iH'loiiv-in;- ; to otliem had ollen done the best. ate ail perfnrmetl by Oml in dittinct efcaraclatt, Wl mnd'a Utr irration 1. lail in rnn afaln The Garrard County Fishing Club, ' FlolnW a4 "Jahovah mj e miwt jMt,Mi w,.jrny one more tu rcatore the Ntine thinp and nothing wan ever w hatever they may be James Herring president, J. (5. Sweeney ' arc one C.od. but in ditTereat phawt of ,1 fBVft)t, ,nttt n ha m . !t I J him-ahout it. The tine was gotten upon 513 4th St., Louisville. to only I j be L'xntiiuied. will linve n meeting nt I'ure 'Searit" n falie h&U and ttiroitttli enmity. Iwt "body j with hpirttencaMd.fettiwoelmaa Thefa.hiont o'tlie day in t! e Gent." Furnith. TiiObdrty nllil the trustee.1 met and the "Tyro" Miller's cold spiing, on Dix river ,n,l t .11I" needt "Jehoeah rotilea " I'of Ood t will always be f mud in mv ttore. I am HUSTONVILLE. next week. line was remitted, hut Mr. Oliver hail to IN THR pcnt lor the Indianap 'i Steim Laundry, the rerrlationof IliwieirtaUaH-onlJ. I'. Samlifer, deputy stamp collec- best Laundry in the ucrM. cry ot, Ha lie says it's wondroiin Tlie I. .1. (IM not ivaclt tt veotertlnv. ji'ty the co-- t. oroiHStiii At mir want whWIi, knawlaK Ilia, by twtrt with a freth xtninye to him how 11 person ctin he tor, collected (luring the nSeal year Ailiinis itiiil .Siiitli You oil, .. r.. ui... d. .Muii. A. llundM lane CBJMta- LOUIS SCHLEGEL, ofa line remitted. ended ? 174,11.'!.'!. 70 for stamp. June was . n. aame. ar and a;alM. to meat ilia twrwd WHO bOjoiirmtl foi II tillir in Stllllfnrtl, made to jmy the the largest month of the year, the colleci an enerzetie, worthy youm; UtkAir. trover dependent oaot Now It kt Itll' hoUtr Bttill. tions being Ssr,,iso.ro. I h.a. v.tHH,. that -- eat. an .raaM ht.1 who!fok,w.,nB ., man ami Im.--" done a vod deal to mn....u-Lminr The nntv.1 rwl Ikhi.Iuiiii i. ,)f ,, usiness, our ed l)wluj, , Vol Our (oi would rather we would, fo aflur ulitr here. itor, M. I). Hughe., failed to go to the Illiti Into aland 'flo'VilM with milk ;ind hone)." JUtA-lS-Hl- i TltlC J.OliVD. . Horn 011 the i'A, to the wife of I 'runs Convention ut Danville. Hut if vn-- will lint- If v will pitch titlt with n Me. llolnie.s a hon. Ilere'H health, all J wander in tin dentate vvildernt?. till we have Xot a diiim or a lire cracker wim n mind to leave it and go III w.y. Then only liaiipinuM ami lon life to our new heard LK'ITICi: FROM OKOKOKO. 11AKXI on the Fourth in Lancaster. It can Hit ) earning but.iitifirceful LOVE lead u t'oiisin. , was the dullest day ever saw. In Our rievolaiul ami Thiinnaii lla is Iwue. tCnnlinucit from So Jehovah r.loliini from the flrtt, a. .it the lent Tlie Foiuth was more generally ob" IJ01I will tin it beauty ami llonts ramlly ami iioiidly served in ilite ''Api.tlu creed," tlut wmtl Manrvijoctt (iod atn ' So, the viier lincaster than for years. Alwhat it motl Mirely believed among lit says "con- llltbe-i- t for him in wjvt of inan't cli.oting He on the breeze. most all the business houses were closhat .upplittliit Innelinc., by llic Holy C.limt." Nm begotten. ceived tlrnih It it tin and wumun Mm. John IMiniiton hu.s ln'onsuHVr-i- n ed. It formed from tilt strong cm emit; f man's It tin Katlier't prerogative. "Conception" "peak greatly with lheiimiitisin for the llie ' nule." What henceforth leaving that only "vital" exposed; It is just 171 miles to Vcrchanip mit "female:" n "Father" jet blessed light tin. lhrowtupn mir LOUD Incartenfold with her 1.0 VK jiast two weeks, lint N improving now. fi (Jin Lincaster hy the proposed route, as And nun In all age. lint eiidnr.fd the choio of nation I'ev. .1. X. Iowlin'.s pulpit wan surveyed by the Louisville Southern en (Jen. i and Adam An) ntk, rather thin forego Ami ililt It tlie Ood we know her com.Mr-T-. 11 ,,, LADIES t GENTLEMEN . - ok.stani.-oui- EDWARD ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, L.i!i I tiirf- - find np.lt ttffl.. tiTi nn !.!llw'!ltfr KY. I kcc, ever) tiling nlic- and nc.it ind tcry ttrcel Hatmoted to lilt elegant new building oppotite cheap; ao II ou et hunitry or dry, tint It the place 10 ouy 11 yon lion i iience ine, can aim me DOttotlice and it better than ever tirenared to Rcapectlullv, accommodate the public with fine picluret from J T MAKKIS photograph to life tire. Satisfaction guaranteed. DANVILIjE, ll 1 LUMBER TTAIID! I haie piirrh.ite'l yar 't of Mettrt. the I im'.---iienrjje 11 t earen ami i .i .end w'.ii open a bu ard at the nc punli icl of Mr. Wearen. ... ...... U f I t l. .l fl v II llcaiUC ihlllUI ill iii;i mi ijrc.tcu, I ...Ml I , II I do and thingles, a large line 01' wind iw lath., poitt anJ the in act f riiierly told by S I! HOCKKK Mr. Wearen. r I . .!- -. . o, mocker, sec A C SINK. SUPT lirlp-mr- STANFORD '1 PT i (INWn , A.iAJSUU . TJTTJ. ah. e rniTP7HV UUXUA. IX l. A 111 1 - .11 ( mI reveal, lltm.elf "V-i- t lat Siimlay J moriiiiii; the who by -- earthing cm liml mil O.kI?" Scripture. Hi- - mutt KKMtsi. HiMtRur, at vvc with hands without fingers; reach- grope we may find lnK ...it "to feci alter Him.lfhiply ''tare-broken aaith hy a Kev. Hap- cer-viee.- H i ,,, Garrard Floorlnsr, Weatherboardlno;, Celllngr, Flnlahln? Lumber, Mouldlnera, Saab, Etc. Saab. Doora and Blinds always In stock. NEWCOMB This ol 1 HOTEL. ,. jj., MT. VERNON', KY. Hotel ii still maintain-in- ; Charges reatonable. Special attention to the traveling' public. M. P. NEWC0MD, Prop., and well-kno- e. kn-i- . - it, ,,! to-ila- TA3ZES a-- TAXES 'i itt fine reputation. t Sj-t- ,tt. Vernon, Ky. pre-ch- c Livery, geed and tSale Stable, .k. , mt s jo-t- I t.,, dt-Kr- o I WOOD WALLACE, ; THE GEKTS' FURHIS1IER, kA W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV, Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire on reasonable term London Is (he most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the in the mountain section of the State. to (d nvrkv-nd.tuM- viee-pieside- e0 ne na; .. Jt-rr- j' jut 1 . rot ttetfltt . "!!" Uohim" - - .y f Moy and and liken" of l.wMea. ing to him. , mil. need Jiaiorah added In I ha old name, I hat la re lh--f IM t. added 'Sptrt-.-Mrs. W ill Curtis hns returned from - llttVO Imrd baea leartUtl Hlth tleiMI ' a visit to Ixtir.'ton and Xieholasville. Uca.i.e "ll.l and Saul" are ihera twviroti- - ' 11 f ihe tlu.th Ol .I.ahll D. Cr-J- I. he- whteh the .bal. , . ... 1.. nlui- nf !.. .t ii7, urn- ui iiiu inmii jMjruiors 01J itjl 111- -' Mr. Joe lMiiiU'lmil went to I'iueville torn., tonacr or later, a captla f the Oevtt -, tftittioti, nwl oiu of our ivteuiiiiNl Tuesday. MiaH's Mollie ISrook.- I.ouana lt ma. .. the "... r.ul '"-1- Tf "PiUe iVlllK ',. WIKI.., At .lllWlAK ..( til.- - Nlttloillll of IIll9twnvill the fulluuill nctioil ,.xpIl1, j,. iin-jiro- PHOTOGRAPHER, -J JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. our town. The authorities should try- eiicotmte mid help him iiHtead of j l... "JIaa aai Wenaa' fw appear more or lee dlttlnctly Smrlthat acrr hpmt Sitaa i. that "eil tpirit" who "workelh itihe atcoma(thMaddiluM, ttmteaw thai to , inthh.dre. n.v.erthe tempt man pule t.mpt.d- - II... wi. Thltl hi llietlinrv nhllll live with U.i, tiea-un- ii ail.I eheiil"l(.l al,, the vicit- rftmlM 01 our mortal iiiluriiiiiiLV. . 1., r,d I..,. J. Tluit our warniat svmpatliies are Mat, I Man ha. to mntmiH and team a herehy tendered to the bereaved young pure Spirit, "male and female," nor man and woman, wat tu do thlt Tint coatplei creature fallt wife ami the helples little one-- '; ami touhcy Why! I cannot tell you. I unit kaow we htittthe the asjiir.ttion that He, that alter that when "Jeliamli Ktolilm" appeared upon the tcene there wat neter "a man to till the whoe "loving kindness is better than ground ;" and to do tint at the mrratite read., j jft.(" niiiy hold tllflll ill His own protee- Jcbovah I'.loliim 1. ' roMMati man out of the dutt tf0,u oflheicrouiid" a "llrealhed into hit notlrtU ' ' T' ho s.Mlt to the Ad- " ...,. became a ll,.n toul - Till. M Ueat.nl, J , nt JI vfl If, and the IXTKIHOU and earthly combined ...I bath ent.rcnin. "p... S,,,llfon f"!" l",,ll1,i,!. .Spin," The tout I. the product of f.od. breath.; V sl " "l laiUllv 1V ," lnom.Ke,Hlllk,e..of(;l,"o.b,"sld,lf of the .leeea-- e. piesellted to the our up. at a testimony o that ;and the body I. f the "oarth. t,ii.y " prveiution of Ids woith and our syinp.i-E-6K an. Walter Saunders and Charlie tby in their sorrow. Dougla- -, of Danville, are visiting relaMcAMStll, ) JcV.tah I'.lohiMi plantetl a sardea ealwjrd in t .1. V. I'oU III.I., l.den,fur tint low iik creature He had "toratad'' Coill'tee. tives lie.e. and "t.realhed into" harely a detcoat from Ce- l. is. .loll.Nvro.V, ) After a long and painful Hies Mr. a low., coature j lett.altor.rr-trwlde.ci- be. J."The iluv We eelebnite." V. M. iitirnett depaited this life at 1 he wat not at Oral an a.MMat.. .... Man 11 now what " "'" M J,'' A'lmil- -, or body- - .1. d.t,aS-4.- hl o'clock on Wednesday morning, the 1th, I he "natural (oulh brouiih, ou, else, ill the simplicity of ids plilllitive of cancer. He was taken worse Monday from the ".pirltuil body" 11 pknnly ' by I'a d, Cor is He It tet ta "till the KrouBd,-- MM,lt foretold tllllt tlli ihlV WOllld he and never rallied. During his long sickand keep the grdM " Sural) a fall out' lW11m,lnonUe,i iroll!il, ..,',;,, g ages l.V ness his wife ami niece, Miss Marv Koh- of Krcatnett, it thi., If laiitfuati hat mcama tin. fallen condition It indicated hooining artillery, glowing "boiilires" iiison, waited on him with untiring de-- l lie had a very union. JIw Mary was , faithful at ly .N.Liaiit J.hotab I'Johim recum.t thit ami jangling JeWb-liarjiwyt tnf a Mith ofttirrott miely wh.n wHe iimke "It vaulle conception of the wonderful devel-I- . his beiNitle as if she had been his own ,11 a ,, l for ma (., ha ab.ae; I u.0ming flltlllV WasdeStilied daughter. He had no ehildieii of his helpmeet fr him " A luthelif word, buyoad e. 01uili. pntti n, it man "alone," when lit. Cod wat there to exhibit, but tile association' called own. The deceased was a worthy mem)a fw up by the llliy HIV too suggestive to be ber of the Christian church and as long to hold fellow .hip with! turc i ..iimatjoariosnow it that thlt lonellnet. olltt.It,(i ,rit,f newspaper article. as he could go was u regular attendant . It gone "Alone yet not alone" it the paradot o Ih' the IVCUt.el.ee of the ut the house of Ciod. His funeral was alone than when 'N.ter let. nlone" it another fbtin of the mm. Hat lo.ki.i- -' gIVilt Xiltional Festival Wits hailed with preached tit the Christian church Wedalien ulna aad "n haa enler.u" now by new delight propaied for W'itll elltllllsias- - nesday afternoon hy llev. J. Ci. Livingsthe heralded hv patriotic pani- - ton, after which his leinaius were taken .mlaa. Not by a woman." for Horn woman 1. tic eiie.-gv- , S. ..no.y.t" St,.,.c.l.ar.oa l.h ,,,!,,, ,',, graced hv'the gllshillgs of to the Odd Fellows' cemetery and he p, It attar t in face f " Mwa't lheoloj ixii.t soi Scripiurwthattiusfi.aouv a .min kmik.. elllorevent eloquence, while gurrulous was buiied in the honors of that order. onaiBoa. FHtiT. 1'aui by the Holy t.ho.t - veterans fought their liattle.s o'er again, His wife and niece have the sympathy aeru that by "one nun tin enurtd Into the ,,,! nntiiitmted liegloes boasted of of the entile community in their bo ,.,ou,h "death by --- "" Me.se Washington, while as- - reavement. came by the woman' 'tnin('aion liter aWKC school-hoy- s - que.Uoailitfaclorlty, Ilwhtfr.im Scriptare. Itenerant suae and tpecuuteihen. Utnttticktathf ttiraa. sUenln I bate my tarmltet, at do othett, Huly Writ 1 '(l""? jew tamptadt I KaXIIA Kll. BE his rvktiVl ill tllk)rill'' ll uo in feel thnnkf.ti that he , llmt it n H llilo iut t.n.ot of wu 'J, unite with ftirlv ttlll i, relwiHl Miller- - Ills Mtinful itH.l j,n.tnu-te.- l far lack ill?. nml Katie James will leave Thui.-tla- v for tl W( ek's visit to Milpliur .springs at X. ('. On their return they will also visit I'oek Castle Spring. Mrs. Hr. of tunfoid, is the guest of her son, Mr. I!. II. ltrouaugh. Mis.-e-s Alice and liirdic Hardin ami Liua Kennedy have been visiting at ISrodhead. Mrs. Tolly I'roetor has returned to alter spending several weeks with Mrs. Ilrook. Dr. IlucMi, of Ohio, has been visiting Mrs. Kllcn Saunders. They left for Danville Vodneday. Mr. Kb Iliggiu, of Louisville, has been visiting his parent.. Mi.-- s Jennie I'.iyne, of I'iueville, is the guest of Mrs. I'.T. I'ollard. Mr. Hal Moore, of Chicago, arrived at home Tuesday for Mr. Frank Fox, of Danit short visit. ville, spent Sunday here. Mis Heion, of Rockcastle, is visiting Miss Kate Hol-I- I. l ...ry ,.!,, 1 ' a-- ,,, well-.naw- , lf )' ni-m- '' a- hav-w.rl- d: pointed proudly to pmiljr Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The lSrooklyi l'agle declares that Mr. the glories of "Itllllker Hill, NtmtOgU The best sahe In the world tor cutt, bruises, ,lll( YorktOWII." Hut the lliemoiiert of Cleveland posees the "lirmness of sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sore, tetter, chap, !tl ,!,(, pale ill the liglit of the stupell- - Jackson," the "equipoise of Washing-tmi,- " ped Hands, chilblain., cornsj.and all skin erupthe "moral frankness of John Quin- tions, and positively cure. pUes, or no pay re1'l,1s l"v,l'" sntist.ic. It i To.,av tll(. "M,.Kinnev nine," one ce Adams" and the "intellectual quali- quired. money guaranteed to give perfect per box. refunded Price jj cents lion or ((f hp ,nU, u,,,,.,,,,!,,, of t!u. ooios of ties of Thomas Jeil'erson, improved hy a For sale by A R Penny, Stanford, K. profoundly religious temperament, which linitatlOll-piop- Ose the eolmwl Renews Her Youth. to liold tlie ring .agtlill.st all Colliers, the third President did not poes." Mrs, Phicbe Chetley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa Vtllo's ehollV, il.diglia.lt lit lilla We have never felt tell, the following remarkable story, the truth of A SiiikTiiinh. , wbemt tru l.oitl.tiODwdldolli.be.tfor ,,u, .,rotl.ntions of a little'uiwtait village, ' . ' do that "batt ' on ground of Hit so confident of Cleveland's election as which is ouched for by tne residents of the town: are. Me wanttto lmveuirn.vtftl themselves 111 full I am 73 years old, have been troubled with kidney now. We know who is to be his oppocl,MrtiiiK.ir Ham.);b.itif v toggery nml sallied forth to achieve such nent and we feel just as sure that Cleve- complaint and lameness for many j cart; could not b 1.0" whithcrtoover He follow, ut, H11 noes." land can "down" him us we would feel drcs my.elf without help. Now am free from a victory fls shall cast the proudest OUGHT to lollow Mini "wliithertoeter Ho follow, ut, eter the aamc that John L. Sullivan could "knockout" pain and soreness and am able to do all my own ,mip,H tf K.xn.r 'nAx Jt lasting housework. I owe in) thanks to Klectric Hitters a "feat in the llrst round. t.oviiia tlod, doiiii: what He cun for the , v on. A siiccial said to have Richmond Whig. train is for havwB renewed my youth and removed comi necktd creaturu wtioin 11c cas.r wnmlcring, ' to t'iirrydcildtuul wouml- pletely all dieae and pain. Try a bottle, 50c and hot control. Yet!uchit "Kne Will," that it been cliaiteii'd ,JU kit's llOl.ie. Asiatic cholera kills people by the $1, at A. It, Penny's Drug Store. l'er.uaded?" Ye.l "Korcinuy not be lorct'd. . MiMea Wlivlukt Thou nude mo thii: .lt" V.o.r' wholesale and there is no cure tor it; ' Worth Knowing. the' 'with thia awful power of cluaitinif otilr Syrup of Figs but Hunter's chicken cholera cure reoften aiki'd to which (iod cin City, Fla., impiom Hiiettlon Mr. W, H, Morgan, merchant, Lake Is NaUiro's own truo laxative It is tho stores the chicken that is down to per- was taken w ith a severe Cold, attended with a dit . "sn' aliall the tiling 'furui. only reply: "Ny, It is warranted by it 'why ha.t Thuii moit ensily taken, and tlio most oll'ectivo fect health. ed' tny to Hint Who furinvd treisiu: Coujjh and running into Consumption In to tho Scriptural order. Ultoush Let the hitoiii fall 'and our "yltma lie in pow- .leryminatourfeut. loaay "I.itT (ioi an thi . a uak.'U a rara attainment and 8rtl"1 The Wonaa " toa lonely man, who ,.t a, ., I.Kitcn outfht never l lnu been lonely with Jelunah Klohlrn, hlltr,.e llelpme.,, o near. We Ihall sec ere longbow retribution ioant in on the heelt gt the"be.tKlft f Oo.l to fallen man." Ibillhede.r . adhere ig ,, m-c- While at I'iueville last week II. T. KICHMON'J) KV Xoel, of Iiiicaster, sold to John Mealer, of lV'll, '200 acres of land near here, pait Pictures in Photojrapht in ill ttyl- - aof Mrs. 1. I), i Jill's farm for 510,000 cash. India Ink, Crajon in WVer C r New inKrini nl Mit it vary Alo HO acres belonging to the L. V. I'hillips etate, lying about three miles S. O. DAVIS, from town, on the Lexington pike, for Sl.'JOOcash. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, w-TlJ'"-det- t will probably leave MT. VJCRNON, Iv v. Saturday for Omaha. II. T. Logan went to Cincinnati Monday. Many of ourcit-izen- s Office next dior ta Whitehead' Dru? Store. winare longing for lightning-bu- g Special attention .veii t d.tia.e. of children ter. Mis. Hattie Samlifer, of Rusell-villis visiting her brother, J. P. Samlifer, Ksii. Airs. John II. Woodcock, Mrs. ! Farm, and ISurdett tiiul others went to the Chautauqua at Lexington Tuesday. Mrs. Jennie Armendt and ticinity every mornin; Mrs. Moore, of Crab Orchard, wete in ! Lancaster Tuesday. Account muit be paid at the cloe of each month or when customer q.nt Mr. II. T. Xoel never lets an opporR K. HARROW. j) tunity slip to do what lie can for Lancaster and Garrard county. He has been C. A. BENEDICT & CO., the cause of directing tlie attention of & Pump Adjusters, the ISell county people to the cheap Well Drillers STANFORD, KV farms to ho had in Garrard. Garrard county lands nt ?o0 per acre are as cheap Wells drilled u order and Pumpt furtil.hed at as lands almost any where in the West. 30 It is only a question of time about Ken- factory price. y tucky. She oilers ; s n.ws better induce- C. W. ItETCALK ments to persons seeking homes than METOALF & HAYS. any State in the Union. hold your breath, my countrymen, our boom is ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. coming, and that soon. l!ARI!Ol'RVILLIand PINKVII.I.K, K The following good one is going the n Kentucky Will practice in any court in aspeialty Examinations f land rounds: A party of iishermen from an tlie trai t. of timber title made mi icnl Ian 'sAny f jr oa! and adjoining town went angling to Ken- sale. Infjrmiti-- furnished in any pi mt and c r. s 'luite 1. Hi tf tucky river. Of course they had a plen- reipiaieac: tiful supply of snake medicine and one of the party got too much of the said s. in. He retired to the hillside to bleep oil' the eilects, and while in a torpid condiIX'innnil prompt treatment. Tho retion a copperhead, one of the most vensults of neglect may bo serious. Avoid omous of reptiles of the West, came nil linrsh and drastic purgatives, tho along, and observing hi- - hereditary foe, tendency of which is to weaken tho coiled at once and begun to hiss and bowels. Tito best remedy Is Aycr's IMlls. Iielng purely vegetable, their blow at him. The man nt this time hapaction is prompt ami their effect nlways pening to open hi eyes and seeing the buiifilcUi!. They nro an mlmlrablo snake said, "You d n coppci headed After-dinnpill, anil everyson of a sea cook ihiet you could not Liver nml where untlor.sed by tho profession. have chosen a better Unie to bite me. " Aycr's 1'ilU nro highly nml univer(hie) I am heeled, old fellow, light in." sally spoken of by tho people about The snake, completely abashed, uncoilbru. 1 iimke dally use of them in my ed itself and slow! v retreated. practice." Dr. Fowler, Dridgo-jior- r, v.. de-ig- Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First class Fare and Reatonable Price. Day and mjht Trains are met by Polite PortersJ'of thlt Popular House. tf. STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and Hotel still maintains its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determined that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to his Guests. Ilaggage to and from depot free of charge Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. well-knoco.-ne- e, 77-t- f. Mis-esFar- ra ICE, XCE, ICE At One Cent Per Pound J 11. IIILTO-.-- . . R DAJ. miroar & Dirsris UELKSSIN General Merchandises KV., ROWLAND, Have just opened a new stock of Men's and Hoys Clothing, Hat, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and hamily Groceries. Also dealers in Coal Country produce taken in exchange for goods at hlghett market price Come one, come all, and learn the advantages in trade, io-6- to-da- Jut Lebanon 1871. Planing Mill. 1888. Ea-ter- ' Constipation . A OFFUIT, Proprietor, LEU.NO.V, KY Doors, Sash, llllnds, Frames, Casing, llase Molding. Mantle., llrackets, Cornices, Stairs, New els, Daimlers, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, Counters, Floort.if, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Rough and Dressed Lumber. Send (or price before buying elsew here. er STOTICE TO THE CITIZENS ! OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Conn. I. E. M.r..i ', j family." J. T. Hess, Lelthsvllle, I'a. " Tor soveral yenrs Aycr's Pills havo been used hi my family. Wo find them an " I can recommend Ayor's Pills abovo nil others, having long proved their value as n cathartic for nivself aud "help-mro.- - Effective Remedy for constipation nml indigestion, and nro never without them in the house." Moses Oronier, Lowell, Mass. " I havo used Aycr's Pills, for llvor troubles and indigestion, during many years, ami have always found them prompt ntul otlleiunt in tboir action." L. X. Smith, Ctlca, X. Y. "I suffered from constipation which assumed Htich an obstinate form that I feared it would cause a stoppago of tho bowels. Two boxes of Aycr's Pills effected a complete cute." D. Burke, Saco, Mo. "I have used Aycr's Pills for the past thirty years and Consider tliem an invaluable family medicine. I know of no better leiuedy for liver troubles, and havo always found tliem a prompt euro for dyspepsia." .Tatties (juiiiu, 10 Middle St., Hartford, Conn. "Having been troubled with costive-ucs- s, which seems Inevitable witli persons of sedentary habits, I have tried Ayor's Pills, hoping for relief. I am glad to say that they havo served mo Instter than any other medicine. I arrive at this conclusion only after a faithful trial of their merits." Samuel T, Jones, Oak st., Boston, Mass. ' -- 1 1 Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill tin the town of Stanford that we defy an- - Mill to equal in iuihty of llour, we think the citizens ol the county should have countv pride enough to e with to innitroniie and sustain the same form w hoin it may concern that we are In the market to buy your wheat and corn and will give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal tn suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill 1. c .oiicii a trial uur nuur uuu im. viiimiY meal department All having grain in our line for sale will pleaie call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who vvillgive the best pruet f;r same, llran and shlp.tulT always insto-- k W.N POTTS. Supt., Stanford ltjller Mill Co 351 tf 111 111 v ha-el- - wewut-Mirttaythc- 1 . ,',.,, il . her-weigh- t" NS? HUIIVUlt.h'twVUaAHYtCHICA.OftTCtS - :( A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving both i LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI ts Daily, Secures to Travelers, Sit. made me thus?'" Impious lhi iiueitiou, because remedy known to Clcanso tho System oiStagg. it implies that liod toiLB lue mule iniili dilTcrBilious or Costivo; to dispol Head ent and didn't. Wc am ever blaming Him Hut when Its Delicacy of Flavor "'itdoini jUtTiKlKO of lior ciulukics." lie aches, Colds, and Favors; to Cure Habit- - And tho efficacy of its action havo renunwise r "fool," wc urraisn the Uij Constipation, Indigestion, Tilos, etc, cau.cwuiiro dered tho famous California liquid fruit dear Cod thnt. And to He Sloips to conquer j Mnnufacturcd only by tho California Fig umvillinuneasl till our williiiinet bniij tit Hi remedy, Syrup of Figs, immensely popu-ln- r. Company, San Francisco, Cal. Syrup wot now er" Tim, did Il do when It Oleanses and Tones up tho clogged 'provoked Iliiu 4" year.." All that time the tor tale by A. u. fenny, fttanioni. and foverish System, and dispols Headthem was Chri.t." If Ho "Ilock which roLLOvD That Ilackmif Cnugh can be to quickly cured aches, Colds, and Fovers. might not bad He could rmiow. Ana lie aid. We jjuarantce it, Mcltoberts For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. And that follow nrf kecured a "pillar of cloud and by Shili Ii Cure. Co., McKinney. e em In advance. Wondrous the wmy of I.OVKI .V Stags, Stanford; Crow fire" Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured Steeple. nil h:s made miserable by that terrible KorCoits I.DVK, thoiiili un ovoly men woul cough. Shilrh's Cure is the remedy tor you, Him 'allogelher silchiinoneat llieinsehes." by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price jo cents. Nasmid al Injector free, McRoberts ,& Stags, Stanford; Mcltoberts & Stas, Stanford; Crow & Co,, McThe "Coil of J ncob"was the in such Crow & Co., McKinney. Kinney. Cod in pure grace it deicribed no where .... stajet. He tried many so called popular cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Wu reduced in tlcsh, had difficulty in breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and found immediate relief, and after using about a half dozen bottles found himself well and hat had no return of the disease. No other remedy can show to grand a recerdof cures as Dr. King' New Discovery for Consumption. Guaranteed t do jutt what is claimed for it. Trial bottle free at A. R. Penny's Drug Store Its first m 'THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and most comfortable trains be-- 1 tween all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all trunk lines is denominated The Limited Express. The superb rolling stock we employ give, patrons unuiniicu comiort. all Coupon Ticket Offices in the South you will find our time tables and tickets. Say gel Monon and stick to Monon, II you want to save money and have a pleasant journey. E. O. McCORMICK. General Pas.enger Agent, Chicago. Citv Ticket Agents and Officers: E. A. llCCKNHK, jj; 4th Ave., Louisville, Ky. I. M.TokkksCK, no Nine st., Cincinnati, Ohio. 0-- At Mo-no- n, I Ayer's Pills, I'ltKPAItEU BY Will you suffirvvtth Djspepsiaand Liver Com- .!, "re-rc'ar- plaint? Shiloh's Vitaliier is guaranteei to cure yon. McRoberts & Stagg, Stanford; Crow Si Co. McKinney. Dr. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats. Sold by all Dealer lit Medicine. J. ... ), Rry""M"ni"i fm mmmmk0tTmftv9Jiyp&9fi.'t iPMwi A u Contracts have been lot for building tin) olllct' ns ho lins done is by no murtiis Tiik democratic committee met at j Is u most labori. Nicholasvllle Tuesday nnd ordered that 81 miles of the Kentucky Union rail task. In fact it ous one, requiring much time, and atten- the democrats of the respective counties road. The bustle has at last received its tion, and if we do half as well we shall of the Sth Congressional District, assemMrs. Cleveland has dis in each of the death-blow- . Ky., July '5. 1888 think omvelvcM entitled at tlio end of ble at the court-hous- e Stanfokd, counties of said district at --' o'clock Sat- - carded it. the term to a rising vote of thanks I.... .!.. iiviv At Trafalgar, I nd., Samuel II. Hen- ii)W .....1 Emmett G. I man was then chosen or iMMilv, timy .IK), It'.V turn iiiniuii .t.,l.. F Crad- - gates to the district convention, to be dorson shot and killed his divorced wife ator for the next meeting and Col. lock poet, to be aided in his work by the held at Danville, Wednesday, August S, and then killed himself. Amdlno placed in sonie lemonade by ' I, editor.s of the Times, H. A. Somers, and to nominate a candidate for representa- ASSOCIATION. KENTUCKY PRESS M.JH V tive in the next congress. Each county ' young Robert Chenaultcausedthedeath J. L. Bosley. 7 last, the edTwki.vb years ago June Two places contested for the "honor" will be entitled to one delegate for every of James George, aged seven, at Lexing- itor of this paper, who had been in the of ontei tabling the association next year, iJOO votes cast for democratic electors of ton. We are overstocked nnd WILL soil them. During harness about IS months, met with the Winchester and Owensboro. The gnat Kentucky at the last Presidential elcc Mr. Van Lean, trusted olllcial of the Kentucky Press Association for the llrst Tom Stuait urged the claims of his city t ion and one delegate for each fraction Second National Bank of New Jersey, is time in the beautiful and hospitable lit- with much eloquence, but 1'iey Wood- over UK) votes. Gov. Met reary will of ' supposed to have taken fcl'yUK) with tle city of Danville. Wednesday itapiin son's quiet invitation, backed by the course be the nominee, without opposi- him for his summer vacation. met there, under circumstances as favor board of trade and citizens generally of tion in his own party, and if the other In the six months ending Saturday able and as agreeable as then, out we his did the business. Secingthis befoie parties are net longing to make a sacri- night Cincinnati had l.'l cases of suicide, The Prices will bo Reduced to within the reach of all. Our entire as it weie, were in such a the vote was over,JMr. Stu'rt withdrew fice of one of their innocents, they had more imiu in an ine year oi i.vi, and stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and small minority and the infusion of Winchester and aked that Owensboro better let the thing Ik unanimous as it four-fifth- s of these occurred in thu last heavy weight.i, will younger blood so great that we could be unanimously chosen, with the under- will be practically in any event. tluce months. but rellect on the changes a little over a standing that tli" capital of Clark shall I. S. Marshals Phillips and MiTin: republicans have not carried New (loU),ll)in Wtfftl knk(, ,)V WwI,v ami decade had wrought. Not over a dozen have the llrst call in 1MI0. J orsey 'since in WW, when they had who were there then were present at Wnttlu Barnet, desperadoes, nearEu fala, Dr. Woods ollered a resolution that no sinlura htv of H.MK). At tnu next elce Indian Icrntory, this meeting. Some have joined the Wattle Barnet was And in no event will any profit be added and many lots will be sold of a local institution be advertisement lent majority, peace to their souls, while received by a publisher from an adver- tion the democrats hail a plurality of fatally shot by the officers and died laat HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Cost Sale In 1SS(, Gen. Fisk, who is now the ter. others have grown rich or tired of the tising agent, but strange to say it was taand in the Clothing Department only. prohibition candidate for president, remost exacting of professions and sought bled. The papers on the programme Democratic Convention. other pursuits. Dr. Woods, Col. Crad-doc- were then called for. Col. McCarty said ceived 1!),S0S votes for governor and as A mass convention of the democracy l'olk Johnson, J. W. Hopper, J. lie had not been notified and hence had lie is personally quite popular, his vote this year. The dem- of Lincoln county is hereby called to R. Marrs, John 1 Murray and French prepared none; Dr Woods kindly came may cut a figure court-hous- e in Stanford at Tipton are the only members present in to our rescue and after getting oil' some ocrats confidently claim the State, tho', meet at the '2 i'. 5i., Saturday, July 2S, 1SSS, to ap1870, whose faces gladdened our vision his (piaint humor at our expense, moved and there seems to be sense and reason Ten per cent, will be added to all bills chargod to any account. point delegates to the district convenassertions. in 188S. that we be given another year to prepare itl their tion to be held at Danville on Wednes- The convention was called to order the document which is to revolutionize Tatk's sureties are fighting like grim I, lay, Aug. S, 1SSS, to nominate a demo- about 2 o'clock at Opera Hall by Presi- journalism a disquisition on how to & death to keep from pay.iu his defalca- cratic candidate for Representative in dent Hopper. The members were then conduct a country newspaper. The is iR'lieved that they will the ne.t Congress. invited up to enroll their names ami the Newspaper Man as presented by J. M. tion, but it have to step up and settle eventually. J. B. Pwro.v, Tuos. D. X:wi.xi, register shows the following present: Richardson was a remarkably tine pio- They are trying to put up a pitiful mouth Chairman Secretary, Green It. Keller, Carlisle Mercury. duction and the gentleman was warmly and say that the State is better able to George F. Henry, Falmouth Guide. 'DRIPPING SPRINGS. congratulated; J. P. Murray's" paper on lose the amount than they, but this sen John A. Ilower, Parksville Xews. -the Cash and Credit Systems in Sub timent could not prevail outside of -- The Jth of Julv at Dripping , Springs D. IJ. Wallace, Warsaw Independent. scriptions was carefully prepared and Frankfort, if there. It the courts should wu t,ial of Uu, ,.,-,tu, John 0. Hodges, Lexington Observer. presented many suggestions that it take that view of the case, the law re- - tvi.r occurred in Kentuckv and I think C. K. Colyer, .Somerset Republican. would do well for publishers to heed. vcry weU a,rnl t0 ,,.,r. John A. Bell, wife and Miss Lila Hell, Tke body then adjourned to accept an quiring security for olllcial deeds should j , llb1;(. , be abolishe ,i0 for Uni,' iKMstjI1(, when they Georgetown Times. invitation extended by the citizens of G. W. Green, Springfield Times. "t Cut. W iu.uk Ghuku.i:, editor of a, gotten iit andthe entire prcgran.ii.c wa Danville ton banquet prepared by the every department of the J. P. Murray, 15ardstown Record. Indianapolis, nivs that Inladies of the I'd Presbyterian church and labor paper at hotel managed by your humble servant, M. Richardson and wife and Miss J. diana will go for Cleveland and Tliur-ma- n served in the commodious dining-rooduring the day a Bird Rogers, Glasgow Times. beyond a doubt, by not less than and not hitch occurred of the Deaf and Dumb Institute. The Dinner was anT. E. Richie, American Home, Prince2".O0O. is a of any description. There room was ornamented with (lowers and 10.0(H) and may be by nounced at 1'.' o'clock and from that ton. gracefull-huiievergreens, and the beau- - big defection in the republican ranks, hour until 1) o'clock at night the dining II. C. Snoddy, Greenville Echo. ' tifnllv-nrenare- d tables were a iov to be- - owing to macl ne rule and the uiixpu- John D. Woods and Miss Lizzie hold. 'After an appropriate prayer by I'irilv nf lint i'Mllilill:lt('S anil libit flirill room was crowded and iiiauv hundreds were sent away happv. There never mm..". i Woods, Frankfort Capital. ..: i ... - Dr. C. II. B. Martin, the guests enjoyed i ii' ru ;i ii ivii in t:.... in ivuiuui nil i.i iiir :.. was a more orderlv crowd. In fact it B. Ruckerand Miss Lillie Rucker, J. a veteran in politics and is not accus this comprehensive celebrawas more like a Sunday-sclKxi- l Somerset Reporter. tomed to make wild statements. Mi:xi': JOE CKKAA! tion than a Itli of Julv jollification, oulv J. W. Hopper, Lebanon Standard. Broiled Chicken. Croquettes Salmon, A I e had the dance Urey Woodson, Owensboro MessenA vorxo wife at Chicago has solved don't you forget it Veal, Chicken, Beaten Biscuit. ger. the problem of how to get rid of a drunk- - and a big one at that, but as "I did not French Hull". Breaded Hani. J. I). Babbage, Breckenridge News. en husband. He came home drunk as feel like it" I did not dance. The hop Tomatoes with Mayonnaise. H. M. McCarty, Jessamine Journal. usual the other night, when she pro- - ' at night lasted until 11 o'clock and all and Mushrooms. Egg Salad. Col. Thomas Green, correspondent Sweetbreads eeeded to thoroughly saturate his cloth the ladies and gents were very elegantly Lettuce Salad. Al Louisville Times. ing with kerosene, after which she set attired, but Miss Mollie Fife, of iticl:-liiPens. Sliced Cucumbers. French Tipton, Richmond Climax. atlre and he burned to a crisp be inond, was perhaps the most handsome L. H. German, Southern Manufacturfore help could i each him. The reme- ly drenscd lady in the mom. Should ll'KS AND FltClTS. er and Builder. dy is a severe one, but such cases re- give a personal notice of the arrivals on C'KEEN Fruits quire heroic remedies and we commend the ftJi, it would consume the entire Ice Cream- - -- Vanilla and Fruit F. 0. Chisholm, Franklin Favorite. u Peaches, Bananas. We had 22 aispace of your paper. W. G. Overstreet, Hart County News. it to other suffering wives. T. R. WALTON'S. Cake- - Chocolate Caramel, Oharlotte Po rivals on the :!d. Ten of that number II. A. Somers, Klizabethtown Xews. lonaise, Sponge. Tub republican papers are catching at ' Mnt, fr() j,.,,,,,,,, Ky. The hall was E. C. Colgan, Pincville Messenger. Collce. Ice Tea. Cigars. straws and very small ones at that. Be - j.,,,.,.,,.,1 ... ,i1(l (V,m-..r- t .m,l .. ti..L-im-. NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS L. W. Gaines, Todd County Progress. Water Ice. ' : VI Judge R. P. Jacob acted as master of cause Allen (i. Tliuriiian's name has B. Null, Farmers .Home Jourdoor. The stand at the spring out of the Ion T. R. WALTON'S. ceiemonies and alter the inner man had letters ill it they predict defeat for him, was entirely sold out and a field nal. W. P. and E. C. Walton, Intkwok been attended to, a mental treat was of- but they will have to give some better was crowded full of hon-e- s ami carriamts. fered in a very happy and splendidly de- reason than that to convince the AmeriJuL'It.VAL. In fact it was the biggest day Dripping & tbrcor-daine- d wife, E. Polk Jolm-bonan- d livered address oi welcome by John W. can people that it has not been Springs ever had and everybody went W. M. Hull and A that he shall with Grover Clove- - Iwiini- - mimi in liivit uttli tint nliw tlniif wife and Misses Carrie Stockton Yerkes, Esq., responded to by J. Soule T. R WALTON'S Smith, Esq., who did his reputation and land lead the democratic hosts to signal mvr ,K,foiv v 01)y mw u feW yn. andDollio Higbee, Courier-Journa- l. ictor. cant rooms at present and dozens to ar J. R. Marrs, S. G. Boyle, J. S. Moore, the association which lie honors, ad! ditional credit, and increased the esteem W. G. Lyle, Advocate. Tins is a bad start. When Mrs. Har- rive in the near future. The next thing Fifty inir A rr I I jr. mi. .iljr m ra, with in which he is universally held. Calls rison C. C. Howard, La Rue County Herald-Georgcame down the steps with her bus-ban- d on the programme is a grand hop on ftftlAtl hon.c on It, 4 itu1r II ( i ..I. Ilrr hril Pike. J. W. Hopper brought S. ltoser and M. F. Marsh, for Saturday night July 7th; everybody in to meet the notification committee I" H WALTON. Ttrat.y that gentleman to his feet and he Mavsville Bulletin. she tripped and fell and in receiving vitcd ficu of charge. On thu 10th there if. C. Ford, Owen Co. Democrat. in a very neat little speech of and will be an elegant birthday dinner and it Mr. Harrison looked care-wor- n ' F. R. Feland, Anderson News. thanks to the Danville people for their y our Italian tired, especially when he said the plat- at night "A Coined'. C. E. McComack, Bullitt Pioneer. hospitality. Emmett Lounostentatious If Siv it not wld i iii i wit ih hen at a Troupe and somo of cur home talent. form was in entire accord with his (Monakl l(ntc. 1 K WALTON. Jno. L. Bosley, Winchester Sun. gan also responded to continued calls views. Those who do not come to Dripping W. S. Sterritt, Ilawsville Plaindealer. and showed that he was as clever in Springs this season will miss half the T. B. Wilson, Grayson Gazette. (fxt.Y three men killed at Pinovilic pleasures of a lifetime. I'espt. speech as he is with his gray goose quill. I). (J. Sl,AtillTlilt. J. E. Rizer, Bowling Green Democrat. He tKiiiltho good Presbyteriansand Dan-vill- o this week. The editors will stand a bad J. G. Craddock, Paris Kentnekian. generally the highest eulogiuins show unless Bro. Colgan stands between P. S. I know those I young men who W. T. Havens and wife and Miss and closed by saying if he should fail of them and danger. took thu lantern from the boy Wednch Florence Havens, Mt. Sterling Demo- Heaven at last he prayed that the Good day night. Send check for SI iiinuedi NEWS CONDENSED. crat. Spirit would send him to Danville. His ately and I will not give them a person1). G. S. W. II. Hives and Jno. T. Young, speech concluded theenteitainment and al next week. The Yellow fever has broken out at Princeton Banner. the guests departed thoroughly pleased City, Fla. HUBBLE. W. II. Polk, Lexington Drummer. with the creature comforts provided for Plant Seligman Bros., New York, have E. G. Logan, Louisville Times. estorday morning their enjoyment. II. J. Luce has tobacco laige enough A. F. Case and A. J. Beard, Shelby was spent in driving over the city and in failed for The L. & N.'s loss by the Hurricane to top. News. a further business meeting, at which W. P.oone Club, from has loHomer Prince, Hopkinsville New Em. M. Hull, Urey Woodson and FrenchTip-to- n Bayou wreck is now said to be $100,000. The Juno reduction in the public cated on the river, near B. F. Engle-mau'- s. Col. J. Soule Smith and C. E. Kincaid, read papers on subjects assigned to is $14,4111,50:1; decrease in 12 months Cors. Louisville Times. them and which we were unable to hear, debt This young men held prayer meeting they $li:t,84I,0S0. W. B. Nichols, Danville Tribune. but it goes without saying that An umpire caught a pitched ball in at the church Tuesday night, led by F. D. Spottswood, Harrodsburg Demo- were good and to the point. A special the neck at Brockton, Mass., and died in Greenberry Briglit. Boys that is a step crat. train, tendered by Mr. Stuart It. Knott, in the rightdirection. a short time. Henderson News. Ben Harrison, of the L. & N., bore the association to business-house- s Twenty-twand Wheat is all cut and we have an exOn motion Col. Thomas M. Green, J. Pinevillo yesterday afternoon, where the residences were destroyed by lire at cellent crop. A good thresher is wanted Soulo Smith, C. E. Kincaid, T. G. Stuart, members will be entertained for two any day to thresh wheat here. Paragoud, Ark. John C. Noble, S. M. Gaines, II. T. Stan- days, returning on Saturday and dining Henry Spoonamore got his hand Judge Finley was renominated for ton, C.T. Allen and F. L. McChesney witli the proprietors of Crab Orchard Congress by the republicans of the 11th badly hurt with a binder. J. M. HubSprings. E. C. Walton will represent were elected to honorary membership. bard, from Arkansas, is visiting at G. P. Somerset. advertising bill, which met such this paper and tell all about it in our district at The Congressman A. G. Carutii has an- Bright's. Miss Mary Briglit, of Stanan inglorious death at the hands of the next. ford, is at Mr. Swinebroad's. Several of Surreys, Phaetpns, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, himself a candidate lor Messrs. Dodson and Williams, of the nounced late unlamented and unlettered legislaour people went to Dripping Springs on in the oth District. the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over ture, was discussed and finally postpon- Midway Clipper, and Harry McCarthy Jessy Johnson shot his wife and the 4th. got in after the banquet, reminding ed till next session. Our mail from Lancaster to Danthen himself at Cincinnati, because she The election of officers being next and us of old Dan Tucker, who came too late eloped with another fellow. ville is carried by John Estes, who has as to get his supper. declining J. W. Hopper The venerable widow of President agreed to carry it for J. A. Craft, of LonThere were no hangers on this time president, Col. E. Polk Johnson was '2 Polk gave the signal that started the ma don, for a few days. We have mails Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better unanimously chosen and accepted tho to get free lunch and free transportation, : times each week and Sunday-schoo- l of tho Cincinnati Exposition. say. Every man was a chinery honor in an excellent and characteristic we are glad to Miss Williams, of Cincinnati, killed times on Sundays, and preaching often-e- r grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the bona fide editor or publisher, who had speech. Dr. Woods was than obeyed. Everything is running trade. Come and see our goods before making herself with chloroform rather than meet up his annual dues. your selections. by acclamation; Ben Harrison aute-e- d tho charge of having stolen a quantity nicely here and will be perpetual, on actreashad a similar honor conferred as count of the certainty of Cleveland's re- You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. of millinery goods. Tin: Cincinnati Enquirer sarcastically urer nnd W. P. Walton was on motion of Within the last 1(1 years the repub- election. tho retiring odicer, Urey Woodson, remarks: "It is understood in Ken- licans have twice carried the State of In. elected secretary. This unsought and tucky that, inasmuch as Col. Bradley diana in presidential contests, the demoCentre College is tho Oldest educationat undesired promotion so took thu breath was not nominated for MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. al instition in tho State, and lias graduacrats havo also been victorious t wice. away that the thing was all over before Chicago, there is a reasonable prospect A N. Y. Congressman lias bet $10,-00- 0 ted OSo students, among whom are 10 we could protest, and wo shall always of the State giving a democratic mato $0,000 that Cleveland will carry College Presidents, 41 College Profesbelieve our friend Woodson took this jority." the Empire State and heavier odds than sors, 14 Representatives in Congress, 4 method to get even with us for printing United States Senators, 5 Governors of Tiik Louisville Southern, through that are being given by the democrats. that miserable cut a few years ago and of the United Senator Beck's amendment to the States, ono EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. President Bennett II. Young, nnd the labelling it with his name.' Tho artist harbor liilj aj)propriatingSi:55,-00- 0 States, ono Justice of the United States Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military L. & N. through Mr. Stuart R. Knott, river and was to blame, though, for so distorting Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. for the purchase of tho improve- Supremo Court, 24 Circuit Judges, ."00 editors special trains free his handsome features nnd ho should not tendered the all COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. L'OO ministers, SO physicians and in their power for thu ments on the Green and Barren rivers lawyers, of cost and did mr Fall terra bfSln Heptrml.rr Vi, IH.SS. For f'nliiliinup nnd other luformntlon mldr.'t.i have taken his spite out on one who j passed !W to 0. 40 editors. JA.1II.H K. I'ATTUKSO.N, Ph. II., I.rili.cton, Kriiturk). comfort of their guests. intended to do him harm. To fill never Semi-Weekly Interior Journal n lii$ht CI4THING9 i t.-l- .. W. WALTON, CILOTHIIW9 OIL (0) TiefT K STtf- -i . j l JULY AND AUGUST BE SOLD i, s, AT ACTUAL MARKED COST 'i. k, Ho Goods Charged; Cash in Every instance. BRUCE MoBOBEBTS, Stanford. j,,, ,,, ' ""'" L FREEZERS T. R. WXiT01T'S. T. R. WALTON'S. -- j Extracts; for ice Cream TEA m 1 "" ELEGANT , " 1 Fruit Jars Scaling Wax 1 FOR SALE e FOR RENT! JP o BUGGIES, CARRIAGES ! nt GEO. Vice-Preside- nt WE&RENT, ROLBPGR. STATE COLLEGE Vice-Preside- nt i KENTUCKY - v fc! l , . ll f 'IW1 .,n Jl it i, ;1 . i i f. -- Ml lWl L- - Mllf ' Ullf ,j lli Semi-Week- Linking county Journal. ,1, Tiiompmi.v, the toiiMirinl Jixi: in the until to go to for a clean nIiiivu Capt. W. F. Mi Kinm:, who has been o paid $2. GO will be iharge.l 0 When m.t and neat trim. in failing health for two vents, fiom a elnonic iillectlon contnicted in the war, Tin: State Medical Soduty will meet at was declined iiiMiiie L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. this week and taken Dr. Steele Crab Orchard July to the Anchorage iixylimi by Mr. W. II. Mail train going North. ti jipin Hal ley it permanent hecrctary. HigKins. His friends and tlio-- e of bis .131pm Niutn. I aiirctK train Smilli ii$7l"" Tin, patriots who coinpo-- e the force of excellent family trust that the treatment - 37 m Nortli 630 a m ..)...... Lcal Freight North 655pm this ollice from the devil up took an onl- then? will result in a speedy cure nnd his South The tatttr iraina tlo curry iat.er.;cr icturn to them. ine " the 4th, the llrt for years. ly."-Nieholasvilln Wi: will sell our entire stock of milC.ipt. F. H. ltiley, proprietor of the linery at cost for cash for the next thirty Jackson House, London, was here Mon(.80 to Mutnilf Si VmWr for u nice jmir days. Couits & Cox. day. of wixHorH. Kvery pair warranted. v We were wrongly informed in reic. c. WAtTON, Mcinafjer Tin: Lincoln County Club in A 1. 1. of the members are requested to the lmii-h- it be preent nttliu Democratic. Club meet- gard to the republican meeting last Saturday. They orgnnlzed a club of 71 in iiiuiiibvrH in tliu .State. Let uh ing Saturday night, 7th, at the Court-Hous1888 kl'l'p it HO. Ky., .lUIiY , membeis and met again Monday and are organizing in all the precincts in the I'ou Sam: oh !!i:nt. My housu nnd A i.irrrKit was mailed at this ollice bust county. The democrats will meet SatPubliuhod Every Tuoadny nnd Friday. lot. For further pnrtivuliirH rail on eourt-hou- e urday, July Htb, week, addressed, ".Miss .Stanfurto, here to organize and at the transact otber imAT Dunn. ly Interior Journal Mn.i.iNKitv nt toHtat Courts & Cox'h. huh. NEW! NEW! NEW A CARD TO THE P30PLH OP LINCOLN COUNTY. 5 e. Mrn-Fanni- e "SU 1'JOR YKAK, IX ADVANC1C nr-tii- ft, portant business connected with the Of Lancaster, Kj'., have opened in the house formerly occupied by the 1'iimp.iigii. Kvery democrat in the Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restatirant and countv should be present, (iood speakCalifornia Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyers will be on hand. XKW AIUKItriSl.MKST'. U-- lli -- Mmmmszfr. YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. for Catalogue to J. T. PATTERSON thing in their line, such az Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Candie3, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. SCHILLING & ZIMMER, Respectfully, Wholesale and Retail. The above lucaleiiUteil on itandar.l lime, r about o minute fatter. i Solar Sallie, aged !l, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Andy J. Tucker, died Tuesday of I re Hii Nar KtntUml at 5 3J m and 7 so a m year. mother is tlux. The a. tlrttiirn at 6 p m andEop m. I i:iiNiwri.viisk my customers to call down with the same terrible disease and and settle their accounts. I need the so is the other child. They were better MEANS BUSINESS. timm.v mill iiiiihL luivi It tn iniv mv lu- - yesterday, however. ... . ' The death of Squire W. M. (iamett, iTiiij.H mi. j.viry Mrs. Kate l)udlerar. 11. j'cimy. wirnum'ti. after years of hii tiering from cancer, a, C'lsToii oil, lard oil ami machine oil Tnr.iiK will be another erand ball ami notice of which appears in our Cnibj of nil kinds at MeHoberts it SM'h. Isupper at Hales Well ItkIiiv night. Orchaid letter, lemoves from that localiTub brut place to buy drugs, patent inelicines and toilet articles is at A. It. There will be pod music and u big time ty a useful man, who served well his is expected. Supper 50 cen th; no charge day nnd generation. He held the ollice 1'inny's. , of justice of the peace for many years III v your school books, ink, tablets, for dancing. Kverybody invited. a paper, pencils and school supplies of all and was faithful to that and all other ii:x. (iiti:i:i.i:v has written to the ob- trusts conllded to him. kinds from A. It. IVntiy. I t'tmnintee all watches and every arserver here that the reasons he gave for ticle of jewelry 1 sell to Ikj just as rcpre-fcinte- si continuance of the weather signals MirHljTAiRS. A. It." Penny. were good and sutlicient and that they Hov llariison's iiieetiui; in New would be sent as formerly. York lasted I'll weeks nnd resulted in SOMEWHAT PERSONAL Tin: IxTKinon Jornsu. did uj) the 1,MK) conversions. Miw Ansii: (iitixs is visiting friends The Richmond Presbyterian church Rowlands by 11 score of 'V2 to 1(1 Wednesin day. The I. J.'s will play the Louisville has called Rev. John A. Piyston, of Mil. W. T. TvitKinmtl Miss Alpha are Amateurs at the Public School grounds Fithcrvillc, V11., to succeed Rev. Harry isitingin Winchester. (ilass, resigned. Salary, 1,700. 10 a. m. and '.. v. ., Saturday. J01.1. T. Hmiiiiy has a ixnitlou in tin1 at The Peering Camp Meeting began Farmers National Hank. Mv accounts will be readv bv Julv 1.1.1 .. III !.... (ill .1... I.,). Miss (.'irrrii: Thhimomi, of Danville, Hoik, everyone that knows himself in- - ,"rlu .. wm K.u ',,,,.1-trii- . K tickets is Mslting relatives here. debted to me will call and settle as I eood for one day at nun fare and verv Mis Asvik II i.i: ha gonu to Soinei-si- t must have the money to meet iny own .... (l.r ., 1, .,,.,- .V... .... .. .....,., ,...,1. to init Mrs. It. i. Hail. debts. This means everybody. A. T, The article in the Nlcholasville Pem-oen- it VtiiNnx retMrnixl from n Nunnellcv. about the Key. ieo. O. l'arnes is sit to Winchester Monday. Sunday "u viupm-- ami coarsest pace 01 I'liitM.Ns wishing supper on of Dripjiing Mn. D. (i. Si.iruiiTKit, will ulcus., nniifv me bv r, penition that ever aiijienred ill a paper Springs, was here Wednesday pretends to be .lecent.-Har.ods- -..i.. Mai v .lone- - oVIoi-- as the regular supper hour is six Mk J. V. Dim, and Miss ' cs s,.mucb "0! "y.nus .in. Po.n an.I I must have some time to prepare iiMitiiiK Irien.ls in Panville. r so as to be outside the pale of decent no - for them. A. I.. poonaniore, pmpric-ini- tice. Miss Mmii: MiHiuiiif I'aris, is visit" tor .if Hale's WYh b.r sister, Mr. U. C. (Jivens. isPlease .ininxiiice in of Ijojiinvll!.., Is H T. II Aiuus Mas. ,,". who N,l(1 sue that IS. K. Noel will pi each on Close ,mw ,,:. .... with her sister, Mrs. M. h. .ftmt mv ,mrmin,,mm.n,tMl , v ,,ri,k. Communion next Miudav at the Halt , ., . , ,;m l.l1Ilri.l1 in Il.mtnnvill,. Mils. l. II U null), III lHllsvilie, - MSi'i.. , . . .....v.. ,...iv tlllll lit; illllil mi. i'iiiii it n.i.i, i.i.i. iii.i ...T.... ul.!..l. tin... ing l r daughter, Mis. A. S. Moflctt. I have he will answer some questions asked by brick was not binned right, but Misi Muiv Ili.rri: and Kate Al-- i got as good a kiln of brick as ever was Klder l.oinn Williams, through the col- urn are visiting friends in Somerset. minis of the Apostolic (iuide, of Lexburned in Stanford. W. F. Kamsev. Mns. YV. i. Wkuii went to Nicholas-v'l- e ington. All are invited. F.M.Ware. this week to see the Barnes troilKt. Tim glorious lib was but slightly obMis-,)- ; M I.V AXI) I'vTTDt Ai.iiutsFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. served here. None of the merchants with .linlge Kindrick to Somer- closed ami but tor the exodus of the -- S. (i. Iloyle, of the Danville Ailvo- .......... ........I.. ... wi- - .i.niii)i.n ....in. , set , . . I ! v.illllt; in'iiin.' it. e ., I . I'Niii.ii, .M.i.t- i'i- Mi:s J. I.:M.K.smiv, of Itlrminglmm, ,,I1B spring and other ,K.ints, it would j ;,Kt,. v, for tho siiin-- i not have been any nioie than any other 'a , is at Dilpping-Sjiring, mwijiv ......... r iimiu lit day. '. r Nicholasville, coiitaiuing (h"i,(X)0 pounds, Mtss Minvii: Kiihi.ix, a l.elxtnon beau-- t Insured for $.'!, A i)o of the llnest peaidte.s into which burned Moiulny iiiht. was with .Mrs. lleorgu II. I.ruce this (X). tooth was ever stuck was sent us by Mr. !:. W. Let- - sold last Saturdiiy to Mo- of the West Mi. .1. C. II vs and wifo ltve gone to mill Mt. John linwiddle, ses Khan 1" head of liXVpouml cattle, N hear- - ' ... l .t... i.. ..t,.i;. ........ l between now t i.t . OitIiiuiI "iniiw U w......,i .. fu-- Ud, eilnesday. Our thanks are tilv extended to them lor their thought-- 1 liOth, Km. w per cwt. l D.invile Atlvo- lor ! fori mid to Mr. I!. ti. rennin-jtoM s M ttii: Nkwmimh, of Mt. Ver-i- . fulness mite, tmnsportiiiK them. visiting Misa Mattiu Van- u, has hevn Harris, nf Madison county, dtwir. j 'i: omitted to Mate in our hist that sold for August delivery, Vi cattle, Du Hvwki.vs IttniwN has been gmiiUj Mr xi'dmlfls of ottenheim, wax weight uImmU "00 pounds, at "i cents, i la pulsion and now dellcx delinquent ,nulrij,,(i buildlni; the lie also sold L'OO lambs to .1. W. Hales at 0Otrn,.t entile 7 miles of the Stanford and Ot- - oj cents. j 'nits. Mit The new Madison Countv Fair As- mi Mux. T. 1!. Wti.Tits n'tiirnwi teiiheim tuVnnike at Sl..'(X)a mile. Mr. fp in I'nieville yesterday, wliero they ivjckor is a resjionsiblu and enteipriin ' sociation, which will ejve lo.OOO in pn nt mmiiiI .lays. mail and will push the work vigorously, purses and premiums and have trotting U1(j r,,,,,,,,,, rMVH wu., ,i11V) wju iM, I Mi.x s,. c. Xiuiii i i:itT ami Mks Mary Mi rsleft for Virginia via the Kentucky Tim: .resident, W. II. Miller, bad August N-- at Hiehinoiid. See ad. ( lilt.ll this niorilillK. ( Juest, of Pan- Squire .1. A. t'happell and others arrest-- 1 it is sjsid that .1. I M. I.vsi.ky is in llhiocounty letting ed foricfiisingtopay toll on the Chap- - ville, K v., has refused a bona tide cash i ii m. nl conlntcts for lMiniston A Hoi- - pell's (inp pike, but at the trial before oiler of Sl.'i.WK) for the .'vear-ol- d bav Juilgo . Varnoii Tiulay they were ae-- , colt. Henin. bv Harrv (Vl'iillou. out of dam, of rab Orcbanl. . " .. . .. ' Mas. .1. H. (IwM.KY, .Mrs. Hugh l.eni (jiutted. .Mr. .Miller and Kohert llanl-- 1 Virginia II. by Imp. Buekdcn. C. J. and her boy have gone to Crab Orchard jug represented the pike and W.O. Hans- Richmond .,," shares of Matlison ford tlio .lefendants. National Hank stock sold nt fli.S.iVi ami t'. spend 11 week or two. Mux. Johnston, who lias been visiting seven 01 tlie First National at JfHS.'J.i, .. l..s." l'Jl.-..u- ili-, f..r S...11... I........... M.v .Morris iwi ....,., Wheat is selling at 7o cents and tobacco mi nmii l ..b W time, left for tinlny. . . . ..li.l.t ,....1 foil IS f,.... tn tlie frrimnt J ''op. t hlliax. ,1 Frikmis here will be gkid to learn that The buyers here were onlv oirering ..u:.i..u .n.i.s., ,u; I'evton received a dixputch from ....lllllinillB lie. I'r ...in ...u iniiiiein "i.e.u iri.-.....- , ..,.in,.i....l ,...M,n.ii.nti..l fracture of t he -" physicians at Knoxvillu tlutt Masterson loft forearm. Dr. Held was called and are all going to leftist" to sell just now, I'evton was out of danger and would get set the broken limb ami rendered the but will bold over until next winter well. necessary aid to the little suH'erer. and will then feed it to the hogs if they joined Mrs. other Mas. Tiiom is Miui-w.I'm is News. can do no better. John Metcalf and Miss Alice Metcalf, of Many of the Scott county farmers Stanford Female College has been Tin: NicholasvUlc, yesterday, and went to leased to Prof. J. M. Hubbard, of Arkan- will hold their wheat for better juices. 15arbourille to sjiend several weeks sas, a gentleman of long experience as a Uuford Hall sold to Thus. J. Hurgess 100 with Judge C. W. Metcalf. teacher and who beam the highest rec fat cattle at an average of $7.") per bead, Mas. S. S. Mvkiis is a third cousin of ommendations of his ability and excel- - and Mr. Hurgess let Oano l.uke have Denjainin Harrison, republican candi- lent moral standing. He will he assisted them at ii protlt of S(ilX) on the lot. date for President, but she can't make by his sister and a full faculty and we Times. mmmmmmmmmmmmmm Meve vote for him, even if she wasn't hope to see a large school greet linn in MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. too good n democrat to w ish him to do September. so. Squire Anglin died of heart disease, Mil. K. 15. II vi)i:x went to Tennessee Tin: Lincoln County Fair is at last a near Orlando, this county, last l'riday. Tuesday. He has, with !!. C. Thomp- llxed fact. The meeting Wednesday deKey. J. T. Tiirpin, a Baptist mini's-te- r, son, of Fast Bcinstadt, recently bought cided to hold It here August '2 and 15 and will preach hero next Monday night. a valuable coal mine in Webster county, elected the following ofllcers: Korestus The young folks of this place had 11 Ky., umi they are preparing, to work it lleid President; J. W. (.livens, 1st nice picnic on tlie 4th. Your scribo on a largo scale. K. YV. I.ee, in the good work at the table. Tiik Sterling, lCas., liulletin, rep., Hoyle; II. II. Hrinkley, Pulaski; J. V. James Laiulniiu is uight-owiin- g at makes this mention of a former Stanford Walker, Uarrard; J. W. Whipp, Casey; the depot here. Mace Miller will work boy, who was born and bred a democrat: Joel Kinbry, .Madison; Abo Coleman, nights at Livingston, beginning next "i)r, Triieheiirt's entbusiasni for Cleve- Mercer; James Maret, ltockcastlc. Di- week. great that he rectors: S. II. llaughinan, Levi Hubble, land ami Thurman is so Itst Thursday morning Mrs. Robert makes his little lioy wear a shirt made I. M. llruce, l!eo. Miller (iivens, Charlie Summons, living on Brush creek, on of bandana handkerchiefs. It is hard on Crow, S. A. Middleton, S. M, Owens, d awakening found her the boy." Kobert McAlister, John Good, K. P. balm dead. Thought to have been acciWoods, J. K. Lynn, George. 1". llright dentally smothered. LOCAL LORE. aiid.LK. l'urris. Geo. II. McKinney, James CuminiuN has sold his farm Secretary; J. S. Owsley, Jr., Assistant lying three miles west of this place to do to Ziniincr's for Ice Cream. Secretary; J. II. llaughinan, Treasurer; parties who are negotiating with other h i: C'iu:am, Lemonade, (.linger Ale and II. T. Hush, King Marshal; T. I). New-laht- l, farmers in that neighborhood for lauds (rape Soda at 11. .burner's. Chief Marshal. The directors are with 11 view of mining ii on. It is claimI I .Saturday at the ed that excellent iron ore in abundYorit account is dueand ready, l'lensu requested to meet next court-hous- e at 1 o'clock. 1J. Penny, ance has been found in that locality. i.dl nnd settle. A. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. heart-stricken . . 1 1 1 Tin: per capita of the common schools for ISfvS-!- ! has been llxed bv I'rof. l'ickett at i'JM'i, an increase of 15 cents on last "l)EATH'"s"DOlNGSr THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR ' .PRIST. BRICK 7AHD ! ZDZRTTQ-O-IS- T A. Me 0. c FEY, JEWELER, 3c "gli .. ''",.. 1 I liacojtned n llnck Vint and now have 18 000 brick ready lor mIc, r I will take contracts t. lk-btiilit them In .li my lrfh meat now In VanArnlale's ce lar an I an f irnish Shoat, lleef and Minimi .it n), tunc W f KA.MhKV DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, I'iy lilt. m:w lcunpre:r ptio.. accurately m ur.ded. VjaKry&zwr ihftk. jr "rr . Madison County Fair ASSOCIATION Will I111M THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, m Iik regular annual cxhitit on en Tuilay, Wcitiienilay. Thursday and Friday, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Kver lirmight to tHsu.irket I'r J rr th. n the lowest Wat !ei, C e ik i . Je'ti rv He. iairci. ' u n'u rt notice an-- ' wirra.'te.' ' ." ! j mMrz tt Aujust, 14, 15, 16 & 17, '88, -- u 0W" SUlfV' &$& At- I RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. I SEW FURNITURE STORE ! iiKA'C'JK Purses and Premiums, $5,000. Ironing aid Kunmng MT:ii'FMA', I'liKl', fVV'Wi'Ti v TH?V.nJ..;...i' afcrg-r I'll J RACES EACH DAY. Special 'I r.nns anil low fare on all railroad CIU.VAUI.T, ,... T J COVIMilOX J II Sny. I'refidtnt. 1 SW. aX - - - ?- Mi-.M- vu LOITID - &o CO., ' ' vuu-Kvi.nln- McKINNKY, KY. Tor Drun. Mtdlclncit, the l.unouv Srnp ol Flu and t.i (;it Miur prvcriitiuns sriimptly and cor- rcctly tillt.l al all hours and to cet 'ur Staple go to (irocerio, line Clijar, Tmlit Articles, l)r J A WILLIAMS !.ndvCti,.McKliini'y will utteiid to onrdruK dcpiirtiucnt; also attend to the want ol the mik, ntylit or iIhv, in to'vn or country j )'t I fc, j ' , ,t ,orf,lv ... ... Mountain Lands 1 I i j I h.iM1 of Sir untair, Coal 400 air.', tn re or and TimUr Lilidt that mil .ill at a bargain I furniture mid rivmto rent liatator har.lari i.r iinmr't iktabli.hmint Thoveare good l'ir oi'ii' n lorturtfrr infur.ma li, lru Will keep constantly on hand z hrjp and setect Una of andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will bo con-- ! vinced that I sell lower than the lowesi. matinn, write to Vi C V Ml I - llarlu irvilk, Ky CALK ). - A No. s ; "r .i'X' l,a.', '. i Washington Co. Farm For Sale. 'f 60FFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. ..i-iii- ; I lie Farm coiitnim ic A' re, ...Mated on the Springfield and I' erryifl pike. S iiiilen Irom tne mill., from Lebanon Surroundtd former and 8 ly k'xh) iilsht.ir. ihiol and ihnri lie. and n adapted l ..II the fawrUi' gram and r,ncs trroun 111 Kinlml.y d house, ham and other Has nutiHiildini;ii I'Untv .iH.ny uater and in .1 w-- -- hih tatc ..f iii!ti.v.iin tor further particulars, l'( (WTI.I., Ky address To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. author.ml ly Mr C. C VntiAr limine dale, proprictcr of Hutinvllle K llcr Mill., n his tm audit fur the iiuriliH.e of whei.t Himy old eition of and trice country, call with nmtidenLeon fliciuU of the farnniiir puhlii. to ;. me heforc en . Uewherr. Havi. jj ceil in bukIiis tluir trojii. cnr, I am familiar with the Irnde about I feel rraimil, thertfore, 111 the thcbuiiivi declaration thai I will he J Ir to tauiiintc the traiKter ol Jourirnp- - to the .id. intake of all J II (.Ri:EX ccrncil .1' 1 I tu.-nt- ,, 1 fr h ..yif sKraasijBvMQyMIBHflMHB3dE9hMl9VBIIIPI09IV' .. il 1 17 MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE! School ! PAPER and FTJHlMTT'CrRE. complete:stock always on hand. V7JLXZ ..... ... .... A Modern Progressive .. j ' .t Where)onr Juiiflitc-- s will I e taught how to he come true women, as well as th irmtifhly instriut. cd in LITERATURE, Address 37 QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. 1 i'"l i r..s-..v.- . . 'i. ' K. S. MAKTIN. ItKV C l'OIT.. President, KAVOIUTK LINE IIK'I WKl.N TUT NOKTH AND SOU I'll orMKS S. C TRUKHKART, la.dy Principal. LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' Mlllersbure, Ky. IN jj i HOURS. DKUUIILAU, JNO. M. PERKINS JSY., ..AV, .007. Texas Pacific Railway.) . K.s.-l.- '- Albright V Martin beg ta inform their manj friendt and cii.tomcrs of the change in firm name Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. MARTIN & PERKINS, TIIETJ2XA8SHORT JL.I2JK. G, r The new firm hopes not only to tuitain the repu tation of the old, but intends to male many improvement in the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customer!. We will devote tuerlal attention to our Natural I. eat hrandf of Klntucly's best leaf. Thanking; jou forpait favors and asking for a continuation ot your trade, we rerniir Kenpecttully yours, .V I'EKKINS. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY UK.A.D -- 1888. DOWN. STATIONS. Cincinnati ... HKAD VI1. "TRAINS NORTH" No. 6. niia CRABORCHARDSPRINGS TRAINS SOUTH" No. "7. No. j. No. 1. so. 3. Daily. Daily K. Sun. Daily. Daily. Daily. No. 2. No, 4. No. 8. Daily. m p m p in pm Daily. 817am 9 51 lo 59 I J 30 1 J 50 1 Crab Orchard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fiuellr.iss anilStrmj Hani! in Attendance from July tst la Scpti'mbiT it. K.itc Rrcatly rtilnccil, $2 per il.iy anil Sio jwr irk ami upward. i IIOMASNKW.MAN, Manager; J S C KIN'U, lloideut Supt.; I) II DMIbTGX, Clerk. f 34I a 111 a in p in pm 40JPI11 7 S47pm 935pm 7 fi bcopri 75$jml.'ve 10 a pin 33 pin .... 3 03 ji m 6 jo p m to 00 pin 15 pin 9 1037 pm 11 t3 pin yi pin 1; .3 pin 10 pm u.V'.'i in .illiintovn (iCGrictuuii I.rviniou... ..I. A'tv c 6 15a in i o) 5 ....I ( CmiA1 &30.1111. 3 45 :j 11 25a in m la 30 pin' a m 315 pm1 Danville ..J 11 11. uun City.! Vice-Preside- three-montli-ol- T Tho UUVEnB GUIDE Is lssuod Muroh and Sept., each Voor. It It an one? clopodia of UBeful mfor-matifor all who pur- cbaso too luxuries or tho noccsaltics of llfo. We oan olotbo you and furnish you with all tbo nocossary and unnocossary appliances to rido, walk, dance, sleep, eat, flsh, hunt, work, go to church, or stay at homo, and in various sizos, stylos and qunntitios. Just figure out what is required to do all thete things COMFORTABLY, and you can malcoafair cstimato of tho value of tho BUYERS' OUIDE, which will be sent upon rocelpt of 10 conts to pay postngo, on o 4 1 615pm l.iikion.,.....Ar,v ... 900.1m l.'vc 400pm loam l.'ve.... VickWg..u. Mi'iuuc .S. 1003am ijji.ni l.'w R 15 pm Ar'v....yhreveport.. ..I.. 600 a m N. II. Train No. 9 Icavct Oakd.tlc at 5 25, A i, and arrive In Chattanooga at 9 oo,a i. No. 10 leave Chattanooga at 5 00, 1'. M., and arrive! at Oakdale at 23. Mann lloudoir lluiTct bleeping Cark on all trains, II. COLM1RAN, Oen'l I'rt. .V I'as. Ast. JOHN C.OAUI.T, General Manager, R. CARItOM., (ieneral .Superintendent. (lencr.il Ofti. St. l'aul llu.Mng, Wci Kinrt'i Street, Cincinnati, (thn. ' P m 3 30 a in . tl.l.lllif...,,.,.,..,,,,, 9 10 n m, 1 .w .. in mum l.ruli.in l.'i"" T1 .n n m "in J ,"" I". 5 "" ........Ml...... " 6 3d a ml 9 30 a m Ar'v....'cw ()rlean.. .1. ve 91x1pm 500pm '....'. Ar'v looopin 510am l.'vr. MM.ridiai itopiii UU 6om 10 .. pm'ii II. 11 ..umi J .". .'' i.n.i. 11 .J 40 .. n. iii,I.'v.. Cluttinoujin it.illa Ai' pm l.'vc. Ilirmiiiulia. 0.ik.l.ile Vr'v...Chatt.innog.t, .l.'ve Ar'v .Smn:rit 1035 a in 6 00 8 30 a m 4 11 5 11 111 am 3: 08 7 4 10 3 48 a 111 4 15 pm 7 00 a m'. 1 3S .1111 5 30 a 111' 20 a in ioo 1 2$ .1 in 3 10 p nu 1 oj . m 1 50 p nil u in! 7 25 9 55 pm 11 25 7 top rtf 900.1 11. 4 00 11, jl. p in 40a in' 6 13 ni ii pin n flop m p tn m ifi5 a m a am .... Av'.. ... 2 15 11 35 pm .."" a- - r, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 111-11- llloblgau Avenue, Chicago, 111. the lilpher cducntlnn of young women. Art. MnIc and I;lt4raV nnd " l"' lnai.l.fitul. Iijrlit "wnhliliiirniiil tulrl.m In I.lleraty liepsilitiimt fccnU Miulf Ii forcntalogtioU) W. gW nctnltin fiiim Htitcinlicr till. June. Without initio As,ocinto Principals, g: S: yk'SKSSr-hi.ine MhonJ for -- Uison Female Institute 1 i) RICHMOND, KY. MMMWMi Ul, riftHHSiwWW ALMOST BUKIED ALIVE. Tho Horriblo Exporlonco of a Man in a Tronco. Llnlrnlni; to 111 Own Funeral Snrinnn mid Hiding Tmo Mlln In a Ilcurto IMurcil In tlio Grave, llul Suv oil Ht tliei I.hkI Moment. was takon sick, but hoping I would recover, no medical aid was summoned. The following night I grow very despondent, and 1 Bcctneil to feel that something uuusual was about to happen. "Tho next morning, shortly after sunriie, I felt n curious suusatlon In mv feet, which . bocauio heavy, us If they wero 'sleeping.' This sensation came fnrthor nnd further upward, and 1 begun Ui think that If It woro to reach my heurt my lifo'a journey would soon bo ended. "Having called my family and friends about mo I told them of the fears I entertained. As they lay by my bedside praying oh I I never shall forget those prayers I bade them ull farewell, and I fell back paralyzed, unnblo to move even n linger or to open my eyes, and to every ono but myelf I was dead. t " It was a sllvorh'eaded sago of my who during tho greater iwrt of his liio had lived In Southern Pennsylvania, that was relating to me his experience of being about to bo buried while apparently dead, says a writer In tho St. Paul Dtiixitch. " Tho agou nnd tortures I suffored for tho next three days would llll volumes, yet tho horror of my situation could not bo expressed," he continued. " I heard tho weeping and walling of my dear wife and children, who wero nearly frantic with grief. I felt the kisses of my darling little daughter as she clung to iny bosom implored mo to speak and asked if I loved her. I heard my prattling child pray that life would return to papa for mamma's sake. " Tho strength of overy liber In my system 1 summoned, but my month would not open, m3- - tongue would not move. I was Imprisoned hi my own body tied down even more than if I had bceu placed in chains. " Then camo the tears of being buried alive. I heard how the urrangemn's for my funeral were to be made, who should bo my nnd what miuisfcr should deliver my funeral sermon. " Tho stylo of my coflhi I heard discussed at length between my w.lo u'nl a neighbor. " This was the moat teivi'o'.c tonforeuco to which I over listened," -- ltl th o.d uiaa, as ho wiped the tears from his eyes and continued: " I fell asleep and remained unconscious until next day. When I awoke I wuj Scitig placed in my cofliti, that ghastly box iu which it whb intended I should forever rest, nnd yet I was unnbleto ninko any signs to intimato that life still lingered in my bosom. " Many friends camo to look nt mo, nnd as they passed by the rifJn I listened to such exclamations us 'luu't ho natural 1 ' ' and the like, f Oh, doesn't he look that nro so plentiful on such occasions. " On the third day I was yet in u traneo. About nine in the forenoon, so I am told, all was ready for tho funeral. Intomyhouso filed six of my frionds, w.io transported my ccflln into tho hearso by tho door. After a short tlmo I was again tuUvn out from tho fatal carriage; this was at the church whero tho benedictions to be pronounced "Tho church had been crowded with pco-pl- o when the services bejan. Tno p:no boards of my eonlu quivered us ilu deep tones of tho organ and tho voices of t'ao choir echoed tin ough the corridors of tho sanctillcd edifice. Tho dreadful muslo 'ceased uud all was hushed save tho heart-- v rending sobs of my wife. "Alow volco from the pulpit, which Increased in volumo as it proceeded to review tho good phases of my life and to adviso tho congregation to be prepared for death, intimated that the pastor had assumed tho sacred duty of his ofllce. For fully an hour, which to mo seemed an ago, ho continued to paint in vivid colors the instability of fortuno and tho shortness of lifo on earth. Ho closed with pnfj-or-, after which, as thoso who woro present wero passing to tako a last look at me, a mournful march, every note of which pierced my heart liko a poisoned arrow, shook tho windows of tho ancient church. "All but tho members of my family had passed mo by. They wero asked to tako a tinnl view of tho mortal remains of their beloved husband and father. Grant Heaven that I never may survive another moment like that I " As my beloved onc3, who vainly tried to suppress their grid-ladesobs, stood by my head I felt a tear drop upon my cheek. Had It been liquid tiro it would not have caused mo such frightful pains. " A vain yot desperate attempt to open my oyes I nuido and moro hopelessly than ever my spirit sank into a deepor anguish of mortal grief. Onco moro I lay in tho slowly moving hoarso which was to convey mo to tho ceractary two miles dlstant,whoro an open gravo was yawning to swallow me up. "Thoilorco wind beat tho snow against tho panes of glass in my lonely couch. It was cola in tho extreme, and it is a wonder ' that I was not frozen to death. Mingled with tho raging wind, tho bells in yonder church-towe- r tolled my funeral knell, sending shocks of Indescribable gnof into my wretched soul. Only the tortures of Prometheus on whoso vitals a raven continually fed, can bo compared with my suffer,, pall-bearelifc-likuo n AFFAIRS IN GENERAL. "It was a cold January afternoon that I Theiie sailed from New York for n short tlmo slnco threo sisters of tho Order of Good Shepherd from Montreal. They go to join u mission at Lima, Peru, and In accordance) with the vows of thoir order they can nover seo family or friends again. girl of Haiti-morKva Wentz, n whoso birthday falls the same day of tho year us that of lilsmarck, wrote him a lotter of congratulation this year. Sho has received the tollowlng autograph reply: "For your friendly congratulation on tho occasion of my birthday 1 return my sincere thanks. Von Hlsmurck." A CiLiroiisu tramp has a uovt method of getting money. Ho lixes up his arm with castile soap and caustic to represent a scald, and begs for aid on the ground that ho just met with an accident. He is said to have worked this game successfully for four yo.vrs in various parts of the State. Ciikmatiox Is beginning to bo takon up by benetlciury societies. The German Workingiuen's Aid Society, of New York, which has been in tho habit of paying tho fuueral exicnsos of dead members, has voted to buy $.VM worth of stock in tho crematory at Fresh Pond, Long Island, uud eighty members havo agreed, when thoy die, to bo cremated. Chirk ExoiXEnn Nouthw.vv, of Chicago, says Lako Michigan will probably average a foot lowor tins year than last, and last of a foot year tho average was lower than in ISsO. There is no explanation of tho fact. Tho uverages of tho depth of water iu the great lakes run In cycles of nine years each that is, thero Is n down-shoo- t for nine years and then an for the snmo period. Wo now seem to bo near the bottom of tho down-shooWksi.etax Usivkhsitv, ut Mount Pleasant, la., has some enterprising girls among of them appeared its students. Thirty-liv- e in chapel tho other morning clad in u very pretty uniform consisting of u short skirt of navy blue cloth, with blouso waist, skirt nnd waist being elaborately trimmed with gold braid nnd brass buttons. A natty roil Zouave cap capped tho climax. The girls propose forming u military organization, and havo hired nn old soldier to teach them the manual of arms. A Dt'Nutu (Pa.) farmer plowed up tho other day what he thought nt first to bo i rusty button. Upon the application of acids tho true nature of the ilnd camo to light, and tho Under values it a, ten thousand dollars. The button is about mi inch and a half in diameter, made of copper, uud has tho initials of Gcorgo Washington, " O. W.," within n circle in tho teuter, bounded on tho outside In u lurgcrcirclo with tho word?, " Long live the President." Outside of this last circle or ring is a complete chain of thirteen original Stales, with the iirst letter of each State inclosed iu one of tho thirteen links. FARM AND HOME. six-tentup-shot. The National Cuimnlttrn. St. Louis, June 5. The following Is tho National committeemen as report! to tho National con von t ion: H. C. Scrapie, Ala- liama; M. F. Tarpey, California; Charles S. Thomas, Colorado; W. H. Bamum, Co. nectlcut; Juntos H. Estill, Georgia; E. M Phelps, Illinois; Simon S. Shferin, Indiana; J. J. IMchanNon, Iowa; W. 0. Blair, Kan s.is; Henry I). Mellwiry, Kentucky; James JelTrfo, Louisiana; Arthur Sownll, Maine; Charles D. IjowN, MniMichusottn; 0. M. HnriiLM, Michigan. C A. Johnson, Mississippi; James E. Boyd, Xuhrn.sk i; 11. P. Keating, Nevada; A. W Sulloway, New Hampshire; Milts H.tvs, Nrfw JeiNoy; Herman Otilrlchs, New York; M. W, IUiisotn, North Giro-i; Calvin S Brit- -, Oiiio; A. Nultnor, t egoii; J. P Biruaby, IMiode Island; F. W. D.uvsnii, South Cnrolihn; P. H. Loonoy, Tennessee; O. P. Holt, Texas; Hiram At- kins, Veiiuunt; JohnS. Barbour, Virginia; John U Mitchell, WUcomlii; W. M. Clem-eutr- i, West Virginia. A I.KF. Long-Standi- ng j HUFFMAN, KlNTl ( SUKCKON IJKNTIST, Stantohd, OtTio KV. A fl Blood Disoasos nro cured by tho porsovoring uso of Ayor'a Sarsaparilla. This mcdiclno Is nn Alterative and causes n radical chnngo In the system. Tho process, Iu sonio cases, muy not bo ipiito so rapid ns in others ; but, with persistence, tho result Is certain. Head these testimonials : "For two years I sulfered from n pain In my light side, nnd had other troubles caused by n torpid liver After gixlug several mid dyspepsia. medicines n (air trial without a cure, I began to take Acer's S.us.iiiarilla. I wns greatly beliellteil by the tlrit bottle, nnd nfter taking live bottles I was comJohn W. Bonsou, 70 pletely cured." Lawrence st., Lowell, Mass. Last May n large carbuncle broko out on my arm. The usual remedies had no effect mid I whs eoiiliiied to my lied for eight weeks. A friend Induced ine to try Ajrr's Sar.sapnrllla. Less than threo ImIuIcs healed the sore. Ill all my expo ileuce with medicine, 1 nccr saw more Another marked effect of the Uv of this medicine was the strengthening of my Mrs. Cnrrio Adams, Holly night." Springs, Texas. " I had n dry srnly humor for years, nnd suffered terribly ; nnd, as mv brother nnd sister were similarly mulcted, I presume the malady Is hereditary. Last winter, Dr. Tyron, (of Fernnudinii, riti.,) leeoniniended mo to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla, mid continue it for n year. For live months I took it dnily. 1 have not had a blemish iilKin my IhhIv for tho E. Wiley, 15 last three months."-- T. Chamber st., New York City. " Last fall mid winter 1 was troubled with n dull, heavy pain iu my side. I did not notice It much at Iirst, but it gradually grew worse until it beeaiuo almost linlicarahle. During the latter part of this time, disorders of the stout nch und liver increased my trouble. I lM'gan taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, nfter faithfully continuing the use nt this medicine for some mouths, the pun disappeared nud I was completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush, Haverhill, Mass. south IJe Mini, twn duori jve Depot St. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. I 1. & No he I. re.it GXI.DEROV, ItSl It-i- ro THROUGH TRUNK LINE. t J e C I II It ' SOUTH Louisville &' Will, WEST QABS. will tUml it mi elegant J't-tint tejinii, 'i $3, GASH, t time of er; e lh alf. uilh prmlecr ..f return ifio it not I. It lll'KNSIDII ii ll M Si ULLAN PALAQg To Nashville, Omahn Man Chicago doctor xylomtn. I is that a making artificial nose of Kelt Want. wu by tho paper IIoiihc and 25 Acres Irtmcl Memphis, Two unlet Smtliol St infnnl on Niulu Crvt , t ItAIlt thlrctt me .11 1 Jiiinlc, K t ' Chicago Man My grnrlous! Is that sol Tle xylonito mine can't smell, can theyt Omnlia Man Prubnlily not. Chicago Man I must get otic. World. Oiw Wonderful Results. Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport New3 & Miss.Valley Co. I THAT FIGHT Mv. by Ztllin iSfrf, m. na ror 47 1.. curtil iNDiormioN. Hiliiuimii I)llMtA,.MtK U(AIIACIIK,LuT Omaha Agent Cm house, lri Citizen I Vu rnoiigh. put a burglar alarm in your , tr Jl A.Slminont l.lvcr.McJlclne.Kit'J Court ntriAT JS. In the U. S,A.O.SImmnn. J J I. Zellln. I'rtin C. K. Slmmoin. St. Louli, 1'rop'r Tho Original Itek'uUtor, Wln. ... l.it'J Nop. ItgootT' CitlMii Agent Whit had ono once. was tho matter? I lull" out hange to jr Sim-tnom J inU in Wouldn't ' Oh, yes. It went off easily enough. Burglar got into tho hoiiM ono night and car- ried it oft. New York Sun. ARKANSAS Srrka L& if I TEXAS.! r I .EMIGRANTS t HinlK "it (lie im c i Alrrmlj Mailr. "Young ninti," ho Mid, "why don't you givo up this lift) of idleness and luxury and try to make n name for yourself T "Twy and make n unmo for myself I Why, my deuh sir, my llttlo English foxhound took tho first pw Izo at tho dog show, b'Jove." Hrpitt-llo- n r 8rf-- s, 'iitt t IP rjlc.. :Si l. npiii) MMHIll nt ml r i t 'll .1'--. r."ilf r mi let . ' Iter. T It. ltearai. I'ntor M. K. Church, Ailami,Tnn., wrilei "1 think I should have been dead hut lor your licnulne M. A. Liver Medicine. I have, somtllmea had to tutiilltutt I "eilln'i aluir' for Your Mrdi itn jCeunisJ cln ln,t " tou'( n,wer th R.lttlit. MrmuMt T.nn tv Utillflne, ami have uitil hall of it. ' ArriTiTt, Sorn brnMACii, lire. . a. r Dr. j. It. Gravel. Hdllor Tk i.tni K)- - Chesapeake & Ohio! PULLMAN CARS AND ZE-A-S- It worktlikc a charm. I want no bcttrr l.ntr Itrculator and cer no more 01 .nlln a niliture. New York Sum SOLID TRAINS The It is said that many literary men of this country owe much to their wives. If their wives paid the jxtngo on their tlrst literary nmong tho magaventures on "heir zines, this MnbNiient U unquestionably true. Ijouell Citizen. An Inmiril .Monitor. Teacher Children, thero is something within you that tells you nheti you t:uo What i III douo wrong Small Boy igor,! with preen apples) I ktiow, sir It's the colic Detroit Free I 'rest. Man Clotlieil In I'lnu liniment. "How did you maiMce to capture such n haudsouio wife. Mr Tuel.er, when you uro suci't a homely manf Oh. my good clothes did it, 1 Just put on my best bib and tuck " Burdette In HruoUyu Eugle. A llrctnnln. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, i'kki-ahku T Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowoll, Mass. Worth (i a bottle. I'rtco Jl ; ill Utile., nr t. To Washington, Richmond Old Point Comfor- - nnd CHICKEN THE GALT TIOUSK. L.OUISVILLE ! To Loulsvlle WEST und T - OlnclinntUl AND Cholera Cure! s ! KENTUCKY. WEST NORTH-WESSOUTH-WEST. r.VKvrr.s should not be in a hurry to turn their stock out to grass. Tho ground Is soft nnd poachy, the grass is easily pulled up by tho roots, and much damage is done to pastures by feeding oS too close in the THE LARGEST AND 7INEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. t IK arrttTkov ij. '$7. . t.i CO F.t. Sun B hr RATFS fio.SlI Til ..... W'a-.WW.Wr- .. .l P?.. . AfiRnRH ..,.... I1AY. www.. Arr l.talagiott tc t.ttitvitla tthiw .lh ,1.. spring. inc to rooms; Dwellixos may be effectually cleared of cockroaches by a mlxturo of equal parts of red lead, Indian meal and molasses, made Into u thick batter and placed in n plate on tho floor over night. The dose must bo repeated several times. I.v small fruits tho first requisites are a good market near tho placo of growth, and a good supply of pickers iu tho neighborhood. A sandy soil Is considered best for raspberries, although they grow pretty well on any kind of land excepting a stiff cluy. 0to 2y? TURKISH XlSlN Nawpnrt Newt Did rnnt Cutnlori N'fu.ilk IN HOTEL. J.. V.w,r'iin. t'M 1.... m;h.v, . RuhiTvinJ U'ahinttoa ttaluntor . . &. 10 5 n 11 6 HATH1 .... 00 a m .. 11 ta a nt pm . , a 11 a M tr p 10 pa ) 1 n 1 t t J i p m P a m 1 a m a m 1 r I t .. .... THE FLORENCE 1'blUdelpHia Vork Ne ... .... 11 1 eo a m !) anpm O'pra .) pm m on a at aa Qfi) , ip a m 4 Laxd should never bo plowed when it is tho least bit sticky; never sow rough ground; clean and grado tho seed; deep plowing is not profitable; early sowing does not always mako an early crop not so early as properly prepared, reasonably fertile ground. If it lacks fertility, tho greater necessity of fertile culture but it Is better to fertilize than wasto tlmo and seed. Vixes are tho most graceful growth about a dwelling house, but uo owner of taste will neglect a good assortment of shade trees. In clearing ott a now placo, It is often possible to select a spot for u dwelling in tho midst or un umbrageous grove, which, readily furnished, can not keep one waiting twenty years for shade. Don't be In a hurry to change all the woody liber on your placo into lumber. I.v America the natural fertility of the roll for many years bountifully rewarded ugricultural labor applied in tho simplest forms. It was not, therefore, until the tillage lands beenmo worn and partially exhausted that need was made manifest of tho trained uso of brains as an assistant to bruto force in prolltablo fanning. And although allusions and suggestions in regard to some special education for tho farmer cm bo found nt earlier dutcs, it was not till thirty or forty years ngo that efforts to agricultural schools und colleges began to rccelvo serious attention iu thU country. I.ejUaffto Divieion Train ran by Central u are Mjia Line I'raiat eatt ef Haatiactoa run by IUm of dollars worth of ern uaie, hn.h it one hour fnMer taaa Cenlml time. chu kens die e cry year from Choi I ADDITIONAL TXAI.VS No. it. daily lof-rera. I: is more fatal to chickens than a at. Ml Star-eept Sanday, leate Oiive Kill 4 atlMkoiaut with to MX their rtuthM from lb hni ?Mia:iim Leiatoa I jj a at. arrite all all other diseases combined. Hut the rubbtn an. tearing incident to Ike eld prce4 of Cincinnati via Wia,. heeler 11 jj m. Tuke one and try 11 and la convinced. No u, daily eacept Sunday, leave Cincinnati discovery ol a leineoy tn.it ? t.v I'll net worry you about baying iialett you are fu. 1 w, p m; Leviacton j t; p m; anive Ml Sitrlla; cures it has been made, and to be conI ly utitbed . to ut merit. . m 711 p n; Olive Mill i j The underused have purchAted the I'luence No. 5, dad), leat Cufl.in Korfe at 00 a m: j vinced of its efficacy only rehires a -VathiHi4 machine and after a thorough Uutl, we r in: arrive AthUad 5 10 p m; trial taVe pteaturem adding jut bottle is one ugh for U itt worth, Colnm' u 1117 pm and ithMit hetiuiion pranounce 11 a tuccett in No. 6. il.ly leate Atblaad ) m 1 a; arrive al It ts guar one hundred chickens. e ery particular, duin; all that it ciliated fur it Charletton 11 llim.1 liflon I'f.r.c W. Wallave, l'r. rlurne, ; Wm Daujlicrty, J s n:eed If, after using I'ullman Sleepin: Cart on all through iralat of Mrt S I hltcr, A. J. ine. Hill i'crLiae, Leu Old Dominion Steaauhipt leave Nortork on .Man .1 bottle, the buyer is not thototighly C Vaaoy, dap, luetday. U'ednetJa. Thiro-- v aad Sdlur-- 1 n. Dudderar, I. I., l.jna, I.. L , ort.. Mrt Amanda 1'eaV, l,eir.e t'eion, Ate dat at 6 fo p ra foi Ne satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken I r Iitkett, Katet, Infurmalion, etc., apply to C. C I nidi, Albert L'amJtn, him Kaino, ). Cholera, return it to the undcisigncd K. Ilamv, A M,leUndaid mini oilier ti Let orn e or aJdrctt M.K. KI.KIN. C WltKIIAM. H.WFt'LLHR, and our money will be refunded. Had'ua.iert at M. m ,tycr i it. lien'' !' r Ktteir FirSaie - MiK'lem JfcSla.g WASHING MACHINE th luve l.hi the rijht to Within; M.chlM and am now prepared 'lr.r 11 Tun .sands 1 1 J I ttitoy !a--o- rhir!inu f f a s ;6ia . two-third- llolu-claw- A. POWDER Absolutely Pure. narvel t purity rhiMiov acr never ar an- wntii re .1. MWIIlli ai tirenin ..rlnary I .n ' i uin"t ' . ! lt in thin the competition with tli ninl-i- i i.le if i,w lett, .L...a weiaht alum nr photplute pomiert Sold only in, H') can. IIkiv. I'omdek Co., Ki Wall street. New York. I , lo SPRING Vo I.UPIi-liST- , KentuckyGentralR. R. "JII.I!-- : CiU.VSS KOl'TK. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving His CENTRAL KENTUCKY .. Ir rr jII i NEW BUTCHER SHOP. liutclier almp at Kuwlaud in und am prepared Iu fiirnith kinds of m.i.itu, fith mil with Hie piih seawm. At heretnlorc I wi'l in llinr ue ruiimiiK my vtnson delivering meat to mj Stanford and Mciinty M r M.KIN' n tf I AND SUMMER OOODS '""OffjKiiSsr." Give him a Trial. LEXINGTON South 1,'und N untoTit pact Mrer a mm "w UETWEEN & ?. S,m 1 1. , r the Imuw Iirnll Strf ull ic 111 have1 ont'itd u Goods Warranted and a Perfect lit Guaranteed, FAST LINE CINCINNATI - t field next season. THEATRICAL TOPICS. There will be eight ' Dr. JekylN" DPLEJLSB 1 OBSEBYB 1 1 SCIIr'.IU'LhlNr FIICI- MA a. 4 N. Daii) A1 It 10 11 in tho ing. " Once nt tho cemetary I was soon hoisted Into my gravo this dismal den of death and ono, two, threo shovels full of earth woro thrown upon my coCln. sical strength and volco. I told them to open tho coftlti, and I wus saved. " A hundred times would I rathor dio upon tho rack or ubovo a slow llro than onco more experience such a terrible living "At this lato moment I resumed my phy- death." Criminal Luw in China. "Transportation" Is u Chlne30 punish-rncthat consists of beiug sent to the frontiers of Tartary to work on the public works, ut or to carry tho baggage and tuppllos of tho soldiers in their inarches across tho arid wastes of tho deserts of Gobi. Thoso who have seen thoso poor wretches burdened with big loads of luggage, struggling In tho hot sands of summer or tho deep suows of winter, nftlrm that death would be a relief to them. Men, boys and mero dellcato women aro thus punished. In cases of insurrection tho men of tho family are put to death, uud tho Woiuui. and children sent to lives of toil aud privation on the frontiers. Tho Chinese do not coulluo punishment for tho moro serious offouso3 to those who are guilty, but often include their families. In cases of tho esc.ijR) of criminals tho father, mother, brothers, sisters, wife uud children muy ull bo mrested nnd imprisoned till the Iu some cases offender Is f.pprohotided. their perfectly Innocent relatives may bo detained in pruon long enough to sturvo to death or full victims to typhoid aud typhus fevers, which provull iu the great prUous 4vccy unauu Ladv Moxcktox Is the only Knglkb lady of title on the Kngllsh stage. Of tho ten children of Junius Urutus Booth but two are uow ullve, Edwin aud Joseph. LofHE Keu.ooo, tho opera singer, a is u stockholder In tho Continental Hotel, Philadelphia. Mm. Laxotuv owns a stable full of blooded horses, but she likes to touch elbows with tho Broadway throngs. A Chicago man boldly advertises for sale tho manuscripts und rights of fourteen pluys, not one of which belongs to him. This is piracy with n vengeance. "A Bit.iM Moxket," the piny recently perpetrated by Charles Hoyt, is devised for tuopurposoof sutirlziug superstitions, and tho brass monkey is a paper weight that Is regarded us a hoodoo. A Bai.timouk' manager, to guard against panic, has introduced u pneumatic apparatus into his theater whereby all tho doors in his house can bo opened simultaneously by pressure on n button. Asia Booth Claiike, wife of tho comedian and sister of Edwin Booth, lived for many years in England before her death. . Sho o when her brother, John went into Wilkes Booth, killed President Lincoln. Miss Kate Ilisiioi, an actress in Australia, wears a silvor bracelet on tho loft urm night aud day. Her only sister locked it thero sho sailed for America to get married. The ship went down with all hands, and tho key is with tho drowned girl. Miss Piiiixis DuoroiiTO.v, tho English opera bouffo actress, who is about to marry tho heir of a wealthy Eugllsh earldom, Is described by tho London newspapers as being a good, pure, womuuly girl, without u breath of suspicion to tarnish her name. Ix a Japanese play some characteristic figures of speoch are: "His attempts ut love making uru as awkward as u puppy on a slant roof," said by ono rival to another; and, " tho sparrow can not comprehend tho mitid of tho eagle," whon ono character asks another to explain a remark ho has Cl-Hisclf-exllbe-fo- aBBBBBam ' M'ROBERTSSTAGG II V1 I.tc Cit. i.i.m I.te Kaliaouih. .. rr Arr Arr Arr l.iiC I., ,rt. a jkV linmr y w ii-ii-- . .r. JLI -- in Arr Arr i in p in in i p m 11 . a at 0 50 p m l'irit ij ju p w 11 jo p in Lexin.tua. Pari 11 jo am PHI Win heller.-- ! i 3J P 11 Jj p m Richmond.... - 00 p ni p ai n ai of p m ,... ' Herea j ;o p m s $ l.eain.lun. nthi-u- a 01 4' oj urn a m " am t r p p '5i M p IO p 05 p 10 p 11 .0 p p 49 p ire ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS - -- AT WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. i"" ,. North-lliit- No. Vo. I, m m 111 No. 5. R. C. GKOGILEGA'S, st'C'CISs )l' TO M'MICHAEL, 5U Having secured tho services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness THE HATTER and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glas3e3 to suit the eye. j 1TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A discount of 10 per tent il be slieti on nl ail urJer ent fir Hut with a copy of the . i yr vertiiement, inentnMiiii piper. THE KIRKSVII,I,E innUt QpflgEarTaV " Cincinnati Idr 1 1 -- A jafTrWfwtmiSf' UOl. w t&tt& mz& , I STOCK FAIR ASSOCIATION, ar KIKKSVIU.K, KY CEHTEHHIHL EIPOSITIOH. OHIO VfiLLET 3 WillliolJ their annual Fair nt their milei Irom Kirkwllc on irrjundt Arr Kichinond ... i a btinferti .... a hi S J I.ve Laniatier .. 8 10 a in 11 oe Arr Kn.hm.111d.. a l.vc Kichniond. . to p in in Arr Winchetter . p in 7 4 i in, Arr I'arit 3V5 p in in I.exiugtnn ... 3 00 p in in J co p m I.ve I'arit 1 40 p to in JO I.e C)nthiana ... 4 06 r nil 10?co nil 4J S" p m to p m I.te I .ilriouth p 01 in $ p in Arr CoMntnn, ., I5' P mill J5 ml 6 50 p m . On the Mavivilli i A'n 8 10, a in and No. 11, at 50. p in, m, arritln. at Majn.lleat 1050, a in, and 740, n So (a leavct.Majsvilluat 6 cm, a in, arriving at I'arit at L". "5 Ml"'.nee train and p i ' T", eacept ". ", J are daily Sunday No iiUatfi Cvintonat 3.am, nrrlte.at ralnuii h ntlrtjn a in, Sunday ,. leave. I nlm .nth 11. 4 to p m arrive, at lit 6 ,0 p m, Sunday only . .eKfn ." ,5 eaxei tin 7 15 P in, arrive. g ,J J ,, 1.1, arrive.7 'Nlmot.thNu Co.Inui mi , ,a at j, a " arri" ai .Nn.,7Jl 7" i .'ru,h vnrp lJr"'V ,:XC,F'I'r SUN'AV rami j and 4 are diily hetween Win. che.trr, I.ex ngion and Cincinnati: other 0,ncr train, are daily eccpt Sunday. Dire, tconnectioiii. made Chc.apc.ke : Ohio for Mi. at Winclictter vith S,er in .00 a i.e I.itin.ttun... 10 ? a I.tc llerea l.c .c 111 1 i-- . . ..... !,;.""'....? '"..! 1 l'a, ' ,, GRAND JUBILEE celebrating the Settlement of the NorthwtsUrn Territory, JULY 27 AND 28, 1888. Liberal premiums and Kod mana.ement have of tho made this one of the loremost Slo:U Fair State. For catalogue and particular addrc.t, J. I). WAI.KKR, Secretary, UNSURPASSED DISPIivAY. EXCURSION RATES FROM ALL POINTS. run l ter ith S Uening Car,' K". tween Cnrmniti and Kichn.ond, "a., and Win. chc.ter and WathiiiKton, ,o any Hr'"sf Tisv",VM' M ,.,,. luZi " de0,:j,oyif1.ccked made. j KirksUHe, K J.l.At?orN,ar,4ddreVVV"f0. Traveling 1'a.tVr Ast., 'Oen'JPa..'.', A?t.. Covington, .."'"Sfn.Ky. U.K. ICU.VTIN0TO.V. OenOUlcoa, Covington, Kontuoky. General Manager. .