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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888071001 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. in GOD IS Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 10, d888. NO. 43 EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, DVN-vixrre, s LOVE AM) NOTHING ELSE. l'ltAWIiJ TIUC LKTTKU l'HOM OKOKOKO. HAHNia (Continued fromh.l It.ue.) hpllThou art then- - If I take the wing, uf the LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. morning and fly to the uttermost pirn if the sen fty"()ii iii'.xt I'niliiy, ii((fonlin to tin" (where ihnt Letlithin dlprt himself, neli Rev. S.mi .loiie-- i U flriir.! red-hnhot lhro In hell's deepest ilcptti in the ver pn- - l.nv, I'oloioil nili(-antwill lie examined into tlie siuneis at l'ark Hill camp meet-ins- ;, ence af in. iter itc foe, Fiinti .hilt uphold; al Stanford; work to Infill tit !) . M.-- Tl llis test .Sunday afternoon wa", nnd 1 hy right hind tlintlguidc " , , , lU'L'istuiH sill ii'on linn tlmt tlav anil "Whatfoevei a niansowcth that shall he between "1) ing down" at rust , , "in green pitture." nnd "miking a in lull" i. anyoiif eniiiieu cm oininii iiicin n also leap." Marring the fact that liowji 11 iui'.",'i,iim'i ; m hilt is aiipnr. iii 10 point out will), nnr wc'i, inc r.iiiing tin most too hard on those who dance, his iiuiui i.uucnntigeo: ami cur with ii.( In cither tijurt - lirllM. Timi-Iktand trustees will discourse was of (.!. ,,,,',,, II.. J.... i ld Ami POWDER Absolutely Pure. Th 1 powder nver vine.. A mirvel ot purity thength and whIe niene. M re economical Iran the ordinary kindi, and cannot be told in competition with the m utltude uf luw test, then weight alum or pho.phate p i 'er. Sold only in Kjval lUkiN'. I'omdkr Co., cant io Wa'l street, New York ( icy. Haimoted to hi. elegant new building opposite the poitofiice and I. better than ever prepared to accommodite th public with fine picture, fron photograph to life ue. S itufaction guaranteed. W 1 Soul and Boi7." '"" WIHtO tl'tlflll'IH will LOUP'S tripartite diti.ioti l'ri(lil ill Allllst; 101 rolor.'tl, 1.M FrillilV . .,.,u,n.lliv nuiii n he now it Not c i.lonof wiepiiu in Auuiiitt. It will lie mrtvary for a Iginaily made a. we have nlrril) swn First the And the liberty of cliom- - lie. .th the ci.ul.ire 1(11lvin for rertillc.ltes to lit' present lit I hat It the oul J last, the ' ,", spirit . lh ii thi' body Hc may" rice from the wrath U com 'or 'come ... U I'lwk or IW WJHH llflrl HSpolllli... order oi man's l ins. from the tirtt J up out .1 the great tribul.tion;'' or he it At the entrance of .in, th.'order is reversed r through it God will he our God, In any t'.innot wait fortlic tardv . . . .. . . . "" " mm or. tm.lt lodgment in tne At tin' HMtuHt of tin- - editor I pre-Huclue. newr c lUlu netor fnrsiking u " lllett ,, ,le tpiei.l. to the bod) I hen both environ the splr ,(I NaMehrer fof a lirti'f account of examination day it like pri.onbart. Cause ami elicit iim ,f(li(n wo WM w,icl,mi.ofllur own lrcc wi ,ne I he an u innttiT of Iittcicxt to tliuriu who nro oul U come. , Sua curs; then . tenth b) tin DOVF.-lh- .Ilnl, . ,,,..,. wl. .., for,.ver . ,c will from becoming awakened on the Hiiliject of tin. the lurking place ol tin ami becomes, reservoir of the dliei.o. that flow till, inner tintiue ground hunt olT the linrrld education. It in u'cner.illv known that t and Inti'tcence, In n df v tromtln "band." of cut ironment and "catt away the cord. ' our late lefjihiaturc made neer.il changdmugwl into the vnrte. with ort.l. are il of .in and hibit that ilife.t nnd fetter in the oul guilt My ImhIj cannot .In ' All .in that a man And tin. only a we nrc iiblo t bear it" Lov es in the hcIiooI law, some of which are 1 say it aith lh ilbly urt from the body." tlorlll i IukI, f illhfully: with deepen. ) inpnth) ; knowing uudoulitedly wise, and some llullnthe ecnnomyof dlahnl- - our frime and ri'tnembirini; we are but dul; t; lfioit (i Cor A reverently and with uncovered head . . ..1...- .....i- nJ, p I. al in)mticr thtt obtain. In tl.c r.Mim o mip0 . lIlrf wl tan be 4,0,JeJ ; etlltlf fooliih. An entire chimp' " It call becimc a of thi. erof tht.larUne.. l(p tyff BV,rpol r .niinjnet.; Meter drlv has been made in the matter of examitool of it inlul mnf,.- r- )mj b( c, p4rtkr and a hrlple.. en,ill(j , WIiri .ulTcr. Inten.ely with it the .oiit-- nd ,,e t)!lldr Kr4ce of mir .lep of tin e.t dc nation of tcachcts, rcrtrictin"; it to tlxed lll be till Je.m come.. ,,,.-. Ihrn i ihe ltuatlon-.i- nd day ami making it thus imjxiible for Ihe I.OVK; thoie who may he pievented hy unfoie-H'c- u nd.olon?a. we re( of tb.arth, earthy ja(,in ,;rlc,t BMU.aluratod with .In; filled with the Utile cer attempt to lielpu.; will not Kim to obstacles from attending on the nil evil .innlni: imd.lylnK. Mittl like iho My, , ,hr dM)r fl)rt,, uj,rMy , IOMr to hlimder ul" I. I'Uto'a , ,. ia fiM)y,aft,r mc,ho.l lia. In en tried day specilled from coining before the lor .n "immortal i.i nl nt nil. kfd.nthe twHIglitnl the age in whir', h. n ln , ll0i 4Hd ,He cn.my ha. Our work Inst week orctl- nKht to wr "tht. and ttroosht o well S"lptiiie li4U mrw,n8 LOVh ii..,l tin. lml.. nf Kiiil iv nml Sntiinliiv. "The Mill TIUT UNNrTII ,T ,. ..iii fnlliMv ua tin.l H.i uh.it luvc ran In null. .. more " uuw ..." " cannot bo imh,..,. ""Vr .. J..L..ti. .....,.' iimLDIk" that utile!. . r...n... K.I...C..C..U.... .,..,. n- - . .....-.- . ....... . t... lal ha. furnklwd lor It. inMtuble. !. of uf tunuitr ti.iiH examiners bad not time to "pass" on the The lnn lmpretr! trith th" vuonclublt' Irliired: njonu fetmif. prune to eory-l.e- ". for a. ur-- l) a. Death" waited on outing the record, and of course I (Mllliot state the r fruit of the ilreiWlill trwof "kliottlcilsr ol (JiumI , , e, u, the deII. ' in oner. , , , )M, m rtii t e,H;" ., uiroly "the d daath," the "lake of ' ' tratelitiB on to Mut thou art and he names of the apph- triumphantly. .jniM-Ma- nd. and brimttoM r in thtt return.". ! . . ! .I.CB.Mte-.".utila- r: . . IV 1...1 l 1.... . . fjivi-encHvieano .iimiui.mi iw .r....- I'.iiijsneiee' tm y to tit.ovr tne unrHliet er; uooiuni inu.io oe cams uexiw Ihe.e of Mm who not willlngl), hut b) re fK lhp Mghtt (r(mi of r,.jectinK the T. ,s. U,.m0t blisses K. S. Hr.ldleV, Onill to.anliy Who ga.e It; SoB ., 0wl ,ubj.clcditi"pre.. l',M., I'll-- , l),.,.l.m- - ' ,ii. P IVtt",w ' u. " And wt rly doe ' (ielnsma" open It. Iiuni;ry the nntini.hcl "image .n,i iit.o.a' inn, ,. are, Sam IerKIII, do wron; nlway. . ,i1H .,-!unbelle.Mir kelie.tr " who ' StepT, Mollie .1.1..... W.l.neter bribed tn Mlie L, .......w.iinl from Ihe wotld." ha. eruclHed the Son of (Jod and nut Him to an Kate Wridit, Alice Sin"let iHj cHtrt the no.l of the Cot Stuart, reioillne Irom theleinpler; aUt weary of iu ir:ie White, Anna Perkins, ,,,,r cwjhI wberowMli h wa. .urMlAed an unhol) Mrs. Lou Iteuuiek, .Mf. M. 11. (iritlln, loathwntr rn.lroiimen.;eter "Ming out .. t .0.1, if haply It may find Him" in the mhlnlght I). (iiMK-h- , ,los (Jreen, N. W. Hughes, all the act. ovort and All the iranmreio darkne..; a "plrit In prlwiii," .urelt.aud iougicig W. C. Wolf.ml, S. W. covrtt-a- ll lb ) riadol tinful thought., are not .I.T. Koberls, for relrate i tj,e coiiJowiiatmn, but onl Hhnkasi hi Kobinson. The papers will not be passThi. pure, iintninlihe.1, et ImprUond .rimr , TME rj..t.lir, wbuh In (Inlj "h lluit the onennlr window llvatepeiw net lreetl Hpnn ed mi until Friday, the Lit Ii, as it will lilrmiT ul.nei the mtil.in of eiw ' i0,Mt, inn on, r .hwll be damned " not be possible for the board to meet beHut wrW the pur Spirit I. cnfranchl.ed, muni itmn with (Jod. fore that date. or ' lir"- - it will whkhl.bornnf P.od .tnneth Not;- nor .hth r by "Holt. "Ihm J '' Iwrn. It thus to (Ion Who c.vb it I he tiro doe. not it tin, u.t baouii.e of pMrsct pure pirit ou can't purge or cleanu-FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. pnt..nmtnt It recognlred In the dally loncuagr death,' ' you can't enlighten light Vou ma) emelopthi. life "lcr wearr plrll found tcleate In hints, of P.ourbon tobae Twenty-si- x or"hi ran.omed apiril took It. flight from the- tmrtin tut a. hnt.'nii i. ntrloed with drum Vou mi) eoter the light with buhcl" or ' UhI co, leaf, lutMiuiil trash, sold at Louisville earthly tncmenll"tr "the ImptLonesliplrit wingui ou can't dme It Light I. light and will from ifl.:M) to j:;.ro. cd II. way toll hea.enlr home" All lhee are hou.e- - thine (iitldi. gold uid will ghlli r Hum dro. form. n mriaphorieal .peech familiar a. I!. II. Davenport botmht of Mr. off an J there the unchanged and unch inginu gold hold word. ' John McKee his crop of barley, '2,000 lone, "t.OHP K, Kim replendtnt Muni iilT the mof Scripture peaVinnoiinicrtJln Midway Clipjier. receive my mit," iM Stephen, aliout lCf and then the .plrlt, iinurnl. bed from Ihe rir I, bushels, at k" cents. '" " Father, Into anJ ona imprioed. plumeo it. freed wing, and depart and be with Chrnt to The Mercer Grain and Coal Compa-n- a Thy hand. I commit My SnwiT," .aid a grenier rile. a j to l.od There 1. no ' purgaton it" fire bouj;ht, on Monday, i'.oOO bushels of that mi purc. It can onl) burn what i. luirna- than Stephen, in HI. d)ing lour ,e It nu) mil touch the incorruptibV and un- - new wheat at 70 cents. The chintz bun i een in auth a p.'Ke lu medium. hip mit corrupted. It hi. no warrant to do o. Kor fire has done nrcat barm to the corn in some .i... "Hi. SriniT wltneeih with ot " Thi. carly de- - cinoalt kindle cm what i.for the fire Thc"whrMt" localities. This destiuctive buj; tunnels that we ate children of (k! " 'Chart" I. coiitmned in fine, thetwo.eparatp. ditilnct 'tpirit. )et each hc- gather, to the earner rirht through the centre of the stalk and flre unqMenchible " harmony with ihe other; each under- inaweetct If fire U burning and put It out with water, the com falls an.l dies. Nitn Duster oltl ptilectly tandiug the oilier Poubtle.. Ihe oi't may thrill with )mpathetle il,4 lire it quenched If itceate. to burn for lack last week 7 hogsheads of tobacco on the of HMIrrl il to feed upon, that fire I. SOT "quench- - breaks in I.ouisille at --M cents. loy w hen Ihe .piill'. Hy l full fi " It ' c.e. out" for want of fuel, SureW the Hon can al.o feel, in it. remote.t Democrat. death from which there were no If there wen-eleetric current of hipplne tint fill, the lire the overflow, to the oul ind flnod.lhe ennhly j roiHrrtimi, there would be no Ood For Cod it .mill It is understood that a vote will be ' flood-no- ne other If death tould claim a ungle "tthernicle" t Mind 'hem, nnr fail to per- unrelei.od t'litini death would be .trimger than taken on the Tarill Reform 15ill on July Hut let nil conf CclveihutonU tt.riaiTCan irli.tr communicate Clod .and he who 'hit the power ot ilaulh" would 17th. Dr. 15i'ii T. KavauauKli, brother of dircctlv llierefire eten Jeu. mu.t need be iaunt hi. wiinr) in Jehotah'a defetitcd fuic lor In e, Kavanainrh, died in the late come spirit, before Hc culd preach to.pirli. He wn. difotrred if Hjrnng and tin remained in 0od' Univint Clark county on the 4th. He had been liri.on " White'ln the fle.h" When the Incumbmnte wi removed, uubkitted out, liod would neter, neter ret, but iu the ministry more than t0 years, and . be duomed to all (ternil) ol unavailing .) mp.ith), was the authoi of a book attacking the He flew "in Spirit to do llw iiw.teti wuriv or nufftrine for Mher popular idea ol comi' tungiov,' 1 . and that . .. " "i.nlrli in t ts" - i Jot foreter the "for- Hut thank HI, l ' the LOUD" ,,,. thing, to Hit dear Name And, stan nnd tin thll pa.iwa " Asiatic cholera kills people by the name ".pint of man It Ihe candle of .tniiihlUtisl, all untate J creature, tatcd, detiih'. l'rov p.i;), ImiiIi to T.k IN and omk OCT wholesale and there is no cure tor it; tvorthip Him bappv .i 'do 1. a Spirit, they who dwir Matter, ifiat marktnowIhv! on all o( unothcr t.od can make them, but ( Junior's chicken cholera cine re)ih furcH'i'liii cntrame of an etil tlin: the doit iiisnkit," So one - l.d will kk llin ali " ol wor.hip store the chicken that is down to perfnrth, illkc, the object and . Ihe.e word, "taniiot be hro- fect health. It is wanante.l by will. 'all serit.turo ALUM BAKING POWDERS. ken,' or controverted -- t. vtStaj.",'. m t "Th- -l Whl:h Was Lost." A List of Those Most Prominently Sold. Its Delicacy of Flavor ; ilc the imperml pronoun, "th it " Jetu. the names of some1 The follow . and .at th Kri.nn .!. And tho efficacy of its action havo powders pillllislll'd by the noaning. tobbmi;. "Khlng captive fr... lluit Is of the iMkllltf tho famous California liquid fruit lth Hit Hlood public authorities as I''iii: made from Hi.mit.MHi n.muih i. lorvn.om remedy, Syrup of Fig, immensely popu. redeem the bond .lave from Hi. I.yd ta.klar. Il Cleanses nnd Tones up tho clogged D.lis, Kt.,0li by v.ilunliriill) n.tuniing all oblltfition. Davis' "O. K." t,jvi,r s.tur iin.ter. nnd fovorish System, and diapols Head..nnghtro... A. it 1. Citv and payinic ill d.m.nd.. however aches, Colds, and Fevers. done llenkle, Having .. .. thi. nni One Spoon. . . i II .( . !.. Ilui.atia ilia . For sale bv A. II. Penny, Stanford. Ne l'lus Pit lit, patll.,M.0i laim.of thi. MnyiocK nett under i!..linir.rUiiomr,Sivir Can't IV' Heat, "Spirit, riilhe I,tl.. nil II. .1 f.r f.r l,,!t..r of the to allow Him to deliver n. from the riii'e and oc-or- ...at- -. '. t.i......U.iV,. t. lit. , tili'iiso HUtlim nttciiil to tliin. Tlit ne.t I'xaiiii lt 1 ut . eh-a- .!,, ,, nt ,h. , nrr-eu- -.., .,,.....,,.,., ,,,. Helph-sincs- !) l) .... quite full truth''. The thanks of the Ime.ister people who went to the l'ark Hill camp meeting on Sunday are tendered to the handsome youmr conductor, Capt. liutler. A more polite, nllablo neiitlenian nevtr punched a ticket, or pulled a) hell rope. The train was drawn by engine o. .", Robert IUaik at the throttle, wlio is regarded im one of the mo-- reliable eiiin eers on the K. C. lie is noted for his promptness and the manner in which he makes up lost .inii' is a wonder to the younger men of the crait. Uncle Pete Ltel.oy is able to bo out as. tin. John II. Won went toSoin-eis.Nitunlay to take Mr. Richardson's place In the h ink for a week. M. I). Hiijjhes, C. W. Sweeney, Dr. and .Mis. Kay and Mm. 1)u-nWaltei, went to the Deerinu' ramp meeting Sunday. .Ales lames Onie Dunn and Liza Clinton, of Nnblesville, Indiana, weie wiitiiifjat 11. Rilluri.M.ist week. Mr?. Walker liiiilniiu -, this, .Monday inoin-inquite ill. Mis. V. . I'.lkin, of Atlanta, (ia., is here to s).nd the siimiuei with relatives. MNs Sara llaekley, of Xuwjiort, is a iucst of Mi" Carrie Woods. W. S. WatfOii, of Atlanta, is his et v, -- r KEID G HOCkKR.SIC A C INI!, JVFT STANFORD PLSStSG MILL CQMPMY Minuf.icturer. ot Flooring, Weatberboardtncr, Celling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldlngd, Saab, Etc. Saab. Doora and Blinds always In stock. NEWCOMB HOTEL. LIT. VERNON, KY. Hotel 1. still maintain Thii old and well-knoing its tint reputation. Charge, reasonable. Spe- attention to the trat elinj publir M. P NKWCOMD, Prop, Icial v r- j tt Mt Vernon, Ky. "r . lwJ, ,!,.), Livery, $eed and a?c (Stable, K""0'. ' l ,,,. .,..., lht ,(,. ,utet cr) 1 irrt-etl- m. , ,fi, ... ".,.: ".:..".. ... ,,. """ ... ... ... ... " PI"l".,,,, i"-" 1 T BRICK YARD I W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV , in. "j 1 ha. e opened a Ilr.ck ard ini now have 3 000 brick read) for tale, or I will tike contract, t I keep mj fresh moat, now build them in walls in V.mAr.dale't ce lar .111.i1.an furnish Shoit, Hcef vv r K.I.W5I.I and Mutton at ah time in .j.,.,,,. ..... mother here. 1 iu' ncr ali. I'l"ti'.v ,.,. 10 Cucklen's Arnica Salve. OFSTANMiKn I he belt live in t.ie world lor clU, bruiti, torn, ulctr., lit rheum, fever jres, titter, chap-pi- d I keip a nice and ncit Httlc store on Lincmlcr Hand., chilbl tint cnrn".itnl all akin erup street I keep even thing nice and neat and virv cheap, toil you i;cthun-?r- v "r l'Oi thi 1. the LONDON, KENTUCKY. tiont, and potititelv nirct pile, or no pay rc pi ice to buy If )Oit don't ixlievc ne, call and quired Respectfully, It It ku iranteed to Kve perfect satittiic-tlo) T HARRIS tee CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. & LADIES & GENTLEMEN Good turnout, ind saddle horses always on reason ")le terms London is the most ient point on the railroad to reach plices in the mountain section of the State for hire convenin the JACKSON HOUSE. n or nmnev rcfun Isd A ,,,,, For tale hj K l'nce J Penny, Stanford a aw e. untt per K.V box .. I tauef - (ibt" complaint and Kara and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Renews Her Youth. Trains are met by Polite PortersJ'of this Popular Mr., PhcbeCheiley, l'ctern, Clay Co., loaa I hate purchnied lumber jards of Messrs. te f. tell, the following rnnrka'ile .tor), the truth of (fcorge I) Wearen and I M llruce and will open Houe. a big )ard at the one purchased of Mr Wearen which i. vouched for by tne roldint.of the town lle.idet lumber in riugh and dren.eJ, I will carry I am j j )eir. ol I, hate '.ecu troubled with kidney a hrge line of window .tthet, dranJ shingles, 07-t- LwrMBER YARD! Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First-clas- s kk-'ta- n dres. for many ) ears, co ild not lvths, pj.t. and the picktt fence formerly told b) S G HOOKER elp Vow 1 am free from Mr. Wearen. pain and torene.. and un able to d al! my own houiework, I owe in) thank, u Kleiric llittert To of for having reiewed my )oulh and removed comCounties- plete!) all ditea.e and pain, 'I r a bottle, 50c and Si, at A. It. I'enn't Drugstore, The Stanford Roller Mills Cimpiny wants jour whole wheat crop of tS3S. and will pay in cash the highest market nnce for it Do nut tell without Um.-net- t ni)elf without I i3ir the Farmers Garrard Lincoln and STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. well-kno- ? LOY-- D &c KV. McKlNK, CO., - 1 Tor Drugs, Medicines, the famous Svrup ot Hrs and to jjet vour prescriptions prompt! and correctly tilled it all hours, and to get v'our Stiplc Orocerlet, fine Clgnr., Toilet Articled, .'v.c , ki to Dr J A WILLIAMS To The Voters of Lincoln County: l.ovdS.Co,McKinne will attend tn our drug depirtmcnt, al.o attend to w intt of the tick, night or da), in the Tax Hook, are now rendv for :333J and I town or the amretd) to receive the taxes Kter)body will 30 counir) pleav: come forward nnd piy ear!) tf T I) .NKWLAND, S. I. C : 1.1Z1-- Hotel still maintains This old and high reputation, and its Proprietor is deterrnin. lir.t seeing Superintendent Pott, at the Mill, or ed that it shall be second to no country Hotel in tne undersigned ruiir.u the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attenmford toller Mills Co tion to hi. Guests. Hvggige convejed to and Pres from depot free of charge' Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. I it. 1 TAXES TAXES! J II HILTON K DAVIS. Hiiroisr & D ATTXS -- UEALSRS IN- - V. IIL'FFMAX, - 30-- Gcucral Merchandise, KV ROWLAND. , Har-rodsbur- n. ' tl SUKGEUN DKN1IST, a SrvsriKD, O Ti - Kkntcckv, WOOD WALLACE, THE GEKTS' FURHISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. a e toiith i le Main, tw a d lor. aiwv e Depot St, A No. j Iii-h- op . thatl. ti j The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, ingline will always be found in my store. I am The rarm coniuus it. A r , tituitrj mi the agent tor the Indianapolis Stenm Laundry, the s mi' . Irom the Springficl I and Perrviiie surrounded best Laundry in the world. former an.l 8 miles fr'm Letian'i bv iood ncLlibors, ten o an I'mrln't audi, grown ailupted to nil the f iv inn ,ra n an I Hi- - g h niw, arn and other In Keiituck) LOUIS SOHLEGBL, outbuilding, l'lcnt) f isting water and In a high 'ate uf m'tlvaii m for furih- - r p irticiiltrs, S POtt l LI , Ii Mt nville, Ky adurcss 1 -d - Farm For Sale. 1 Wasliiiijjton Co. Hate just opened a new stock of Men's and Boys' Clothinz. Mats. Cans. Boots. Shoes. Dry Goods. Also dealers in Notions and Family Groceries Coal Country produce taken in exchange for goods at highest market price. Come one, come a all, and learn the adta.itages in trade Lebanon 1871. Planing Mill 1838. PHOTOGRAPHER, RICItMON"!) KY. 1 tnt ier ts Ask For Ayer's Sarstiparilla, and bo suro you get It, when you want tho best witii us lorty years 2lT of unexampled suc- cess in tho euro ot W&t jsioou jJiscnsea, you o cau mako uo in preferring Ayer'a blood-purliler. 11 nils-tak- Photographs mall st) le. and sues. Pictures in India Ink, Cr.ivonaiiJ Wntir Ci'.ors. New ml'ri 11 ts and '.tits at very loAtprice.. It. S A OFFUTi', Proprietor, - LE11ANON, KV ilti" 111)-a- ie MAHTIS ron-dor- ed llRoni.EAt), K INO M. lERKtIS M.v, 1SJ7. Doors, Sash, Dllnds, Frames, Casing, Hate Moldings Mantles, Hrackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, . Albright ,V Martin beg t inform their man friends and customers of the change in nrrn uami to llalusters, Verandas, Stare Fronts, Shelving, Shingles, Laths, Counters, loori.ic, Siding, Rough and Drettc Lumber. Send for prices btfore bu) ing elsewhere. 1 1 , MARTIN &. PERKINS, fknlhcrcH-Hi''P"f""- n l'riJ it ""' ..... ,s ' Sarsaparilla Ayer'a Sarsaparilla r, still tho most being In greater demand than all others comblued. " Avor'.s Sarsaparilla Is selling faster thnn "over boforo. I never hesitato to It." Ooorgo W. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, I ml. "I am safo In saying that my sales of Ayer's Sarsaparilla far excel those of any othor, and It gU es thorough satisfacL. II. Hush, Dos Molues, Iowa. tion." "Ayer'a Sarsaparilla and Ayer'a Pills nro tho boat selling medicines in my storo. I can recommend them conscienPharmacist, C. llickhaus, tiously." Iluselaud, 111. "Wo havo sold Ayer'a Sarsaparilla hero for over thirty years nnd always recommend It when asked to namo tho W. T. McLean, best Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I havo sold your medicines for tho last soventeun yoars, nnd always keep they them In stock, as good aro stnples. for tho youthThere Is nothing so Ayer's Sarsaparilla." ful blood' na Fox Lake, Wis. It. L. Parker, "Ayer's Sarsaparilla givos tho best satisfaction of any medlcluo I Iiavo hi stock. I recommend it, or, aa tho Doctors sav, ' I prescribe it over tho counter. It nover falls to moot tin) cases for which I recommend it, even whoro tho doctors' prescriptions havo been of no avail." 0. F. Calhoun, Monmouth, Kansas. Ls poiv-ulablood-puriflor." di.milen foot nor re-- t vironment. And never will Ho hilt workelh hitherto till that i done "Mv Kiilher roan of tin nnd I work" tv.ll hold good till ever) iiin,.iiircrinhuman.t) itlo.t in note, uf uout Col.l, Fmplie, Cook's Favorite, s'lin Flower, .ler-ey. Veteran, laneka. Iniernatiou.il Puritan, Allmiiv Favorite, Syrup of Figs Oold State, tick-neWhen there th ill be no more death nor .ighnig; when Alt tear, are wiped nor and not till then .lull Ood and all nway-th- en, lb.- author of who love Ood full) kkt When j evil ii annihilated; and hi. entire tvork.lulro)cd every trace of hit dre id pretence ttoMiur. when and not till uted from the Kmpire of Ood, then, tin liimhing touch then, may all Inly l.olii.' th.ill (ill the oir and to the not., of prut.' tbit the heirtof Him Who hat done Itof all h) Spirit: diur tho Hi. llliw)JofHI.Crot;themlht I.OVP. ..t Hit Itttlier or by all Ihe tpohi-When "time, of rovtitution imovs" .hall Holy I'rophett since Tim morlo th.-will Ood be in nrrive, then, . iml n.t till - Ituckeye, Poet less, Ctown, . ltmnett's Perfect, Kiiiu', AVelcome, Old Colon v, .heaf, Silver Wheelei' 't .it ALL." "Holy Oh.-- be aeco nplithcd rc.l How thi. dellvervn-- in i John the llapti.t point, .ilone with the crratnro Intro liutlon ol out allcrn itlvc caur.et In hi. I he l.aptwm ot the Ho. to bit celieratton y'ohotloneiy;thoHupti.mi)fnre the other Loth retiiltln. m ckaiitini;. Itoth It iptitm.. 1 hut i k Oon The Holy l.b.o.1 tuptlam vvtv 'IliatH 'lhs Vim Inntlim. pleitaiitni'ta M.n-- all Ills t.on pith nnd ,iro w.i) of .' patb "f V- - " it.. i will but. 1 chwte IHisnro .... . . . nil it It i1M...ii l.. wi I'Mcail meiiiioK.ecii iia.i.Mv. walk "throtiBii the if I lie'. till ..f.Uath," vrn tukkb III. v iUcy of the .I. idow My conduit ..rod and tt iff will comfort me'' l aai Tito." lut.il!oowdilVi'ri.iHl i'l ul i "frouSXiuieveltin nHeiven wnai I "- ul hi?, i hell, wh it can I do'" fr"m ..?,U.Pd.Baln to Hcaven-Th- ou lwfl..MI" art mere If I mike ny '' Pi'"--- 'J guiranti-- it. hi shlloh'. Cure Daisy. Feather Weight, Co , McKilinc). A St igg.M mford; Crow There are doubtless nianyotlierbninds Catarrh Cured, health and twett breath secured Price 50 cent. Nasof alum biking powder besides those so b) Shiloh't Catarrh Remed ,f.u examined and named by the authori- al Injector free McRoberts & Stngg, Stanford; Crow Co, McKinncv. ties. Most of the baking powdeis sold in Will ) on sutler with Djspepsia and Ltver Com. bulk, bv weight, and nil sold with n plaint! Sluloli's Viulinr it guarantied to cure Stagg Stanford; Crow A Co. iH or present, aie said to be of this de jou Mi Robert McKtnnej scription. Sleepless nights mide miscrible by that terrible Prof. 11. A. Mott, United States cough Shiloh't Cure is the remedy for )ou. Chemist says: "In my opinion McKobert R. Stigg, Stanfurd; Crow Co , Mc of alum as a constituent of a Klntiey the iw lmkiti!! powilersbould be prohibited by Worth Knowing. law." Mr. W. H.Morgin, merchint, Lake Cit), I'la,, dis Tho pionootl air vihol, which Con was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a Cau;li and running into Consumption in is askwl to help build, will ho ci. tresstngstages. He tried nnny to called popuhr gress its hrst II NI7.I IIII1L Wlll'Il ...... ......... cough remedies and steadil) grew worse. Wat ...ii'. UllillMtll ll.l't III '. . I'.ll n lllllll.1l nilll Is exhausted it reduced In lle.h, hnJdiinculty in breathing and the air in its chambers wjij( j,v tjK. displacement of a volume of wns unable to sleep Finally tried Dr. King's New for Consumption anJ foan immediate nir greater thnu its weijiht, lis.) of its Discovery niter ittini; about a Inlf doien bottles relief, and own buoyancy and sustain a consider. found himself well and hat had no return of the illlrillM1. to bo The vesse ted disease. No other remedy c in show to grand a New with an electrical eiiiiino nn.l other iij recerdofcure. at Dr. King's to do Discovery for Guaranteed Just what is Consumption plinnces for re.'ulatini; the altitude and claimed for it Trial bottle free at A. R. Penn)'s the course. Drugstore" e Carleton, (il'lll, Scioto. iipp s (.mpe l iyst.il, Oeoi'e Wiishlnirtnn. Fleur de Lis, Civstal, Centennial, iiein, Wind-o- i. It is tho most easily taken, and tho most ofTectivo remedy known to Cleanso tho System when Bilious or Costivoj to dispel Head-acheColds, nnd Fovorsj to Cnro Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. Manufactured only by tho California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For .sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. Is Nftturo's own truo laxative. s, MM vmr r- to any other. foro-runn- Tho of mod- ern blood mcillclncs, aw p 1 Sovereiu-n-, hit Hacking Cotih nn We A. be o iiuickly cured Mf Huberts The new firm hopes n a only to sustiin the reputation of the old, but intends to make many improvements in the mnnufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We will TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. devote special attention to our Natural I.eat braids ot Keiituck)'. best teif, 'I hanking )ou Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill (in. for past favor and askin; f r a continuation 01 the town of Stanford that ue defy any Mill to v ours, Respectfully )Our trade, vie remain equal In quality of dour, we think the cituens ol MUtTIV PERKINS jom the county should have count) pride enough to patroniie and sustain the time We wish to whom it ma) concern that wc are in the market to buy )0ur wheat and corn and will CRAB give the highest market price for same. We have added some new mm.hiner;' to our corn meal department and can nun make meal tn suit any It cannot be equalled by any other mill person We solicit a trial in our llour and in this vicinlt) All having grain in our line meal depirtmeut Mill, where our OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. for sale will please cnllallat ihe who will times, give the agent will be found at best prices for sine, llran and shinstiirT always POTTS. in stock W.N Fine llriss and String Hand in Attendance from Stipt., Stanford Roller Mill Co 351 tf Rntc. greatly reduced, July Mt to September $! par day and Sioper week and upwnrd. THOMAS NLWM AN, Manasrr; JAS C KING, Resident Supt J D 15 KDMIsTON, Clerk. 34 m aroTXCE . ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard, Ky. tt vtl lHKNLW- - iTlTfiiiilsliWill """,'"" (?) tOUISVIlti NtW AtgaSTa tHICA.O m -- .- KT t Uf- l- A. Madison County Fair A NEW FAST MAIL ASSOCIATION Will hold Its regular nnnual exhibition on Tucsdny, Wtdiiesday, Thursd-i- and Frida), Leaving llolh liov-einmi'- iit LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Secures to Trai elers, August, 14, 15; 16 & 17, '88, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY. - U - - Purses and, Premiuras,;$5,000. Trottin? and Running 1 Ayer's Sarsaparilla. rnKFAHKD --- nr RACES EACH DAY. Special; Trains and low fare on all rallroUs, J. II CHKNAULT, President. T. J. COVING ION. Sec'y. Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and most comfortable trains between all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest. The counterpart of this train or all trunk lines it denominated Ihe Limited F.xpress. Ihe superb rotting stock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort On'At all Coupon Ticket Ollices in the South )OU will find our tune tables and tickets. Say Mo-no- n, get Monon and stick to Monon, II you want to save money and have a pleasant journey. General Passenger Agent, Chicago. City 1 icket Agents and Othcers: K. A. liuckNER, ; 4th Ave,, I.oiusville, Ky. I. M.Torrkncs, u; Vine st., Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mass. l'rlco ft; sis bottles, $5. Worth 5 a bottle. K.o. Mccormick. rwyn haWyi ni 'PM Br r r; if It. If Rv V president of the company, was given the Charlotte of Apple, a la Parisian, ' Interior Journal floor and informed us that his teams ltagout of IJtinb with Vegetables, would bo ready at 7 o'clock in the mornPine Apple Fritters, Hrandy Sauce. MAI. A In! ing and that his guests could ue them Ky., JufiY 10, 18S8 Potato, Stankohd, l.obter, f as they liked. He ulo expivcd on. i) disiiks. as being "delighted to entertain the Sliced 'Tomatoes, Dolled Hum, ltoast Heef, imembers of the Kentucky Press Cucumbers, Ituast Lamb. W. P. WALTON. ation, a body of men doing more for the VKUKT.WII.KS. country than all the rc.--t put together." Xow Potatoes, Snap Deans, Oieen Peas, The President k'oos rijiht nloiif: vetoing A lengthy applauoe followed Mr. Hay's Cabbage, Squash, Tomatoes Cold rascally pension, introduced by Con-- 1 Slaw. .peech, which u as followed by a shoit imstiiy ask di:m:ut. j:ri'Ssinen (o catch the soldier vote, not- talk from President Johnson. Pound Pudding, Hrandy Sauce, Cherry withstanding ho is a candidate for re-- 1 We are overstocked and WILL sell them. During Pie, Lemon Pie, Curieiit Jelly election, and his action may cut some Tarts, Ice Hotter Sponge, figure with those who think that the riiKsim:xT k. roi.K ioiixso.v. Jelly Half Moons, Cocoauut Kisses; treasury should be turned over to the ' It is indeed an ill wind that blows no Pound Cake, Assorted Cake, and sutlers. Hut he never body good. Had not the editor of this Uhine Wine Jelly, Vanilla counts the cost when principle is involv paper been laid up with a foot, lee Cream. The Prices will be Reduced to within the roach of all. Our entire ed and would not vary a tittle from his which, were lie not a newspaper man, In addition to the above which was stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and sworn obligation to defend the rights of would have been called a case of gout, discus-e- d and enjoyed for an hour or so the people if his election depended upon the business manager would have been heavy weights, will champagne and other wines flowed free it. A republican paper says lie lias ve- compelled to have remained at home ly. Then K. (J. Logan made a shoit toed 193 private pension bills. The last and do double work while the editor en-- 1 SOLD speech of thanks to the hospitable host was one for Mary Doughty and although joyed the magnificent three days' trip and introduced J. I). it was shown that her alleged husband tniii1i.rj.il in flu. Tw.iitm.L'i Pmcu AcuiifMii Wood, who presented a formal resoluis drawing 1 10 pension sue claims lornis t,on b the 1on,8villo & NashviIie tM. tion thanking Mr. W. X. Haldemaii and And in no ovent will any profit be added and many lots will bo sold service and is herself a very disreputa rom, nmlie vhw MotIIltnl Ircm nm, at HALF their actual value. This is a Oenuino Cost Sale the other proprietors for tlu generous bit? character, tliose sjiine panors are i Coal Company at Pineville. Hut such manifestations in our behalf. This and in the Olothing Department only. howling over the matter and claim that was not the case, the editor was not able was icxpondcd to by Mr.lliddeman in a Cleveland's hostility to the "saviors of to go and consequently the Husiness Tin: mmiiiNu ski iskt kv , l ItKV WOOI.MIN. very neat manner. Soule Smith and the country" alone animates him. Hut Manager, who, by the way, is not unlike Friday morning, at 7 o'clock to a dot, John W. Yerkcs made short speeches No sensi in such bosh won't work with the rest of humankind, but likes a few all bad eaten breakfast ami were ready and the member after a short survey of people, who see the inevitable trend davs of recreation now and then, was fbr the day. As the roads were rough ble the beauties of the place, hail to hasten of the pension business. It took Ten per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. given the opportunity of receiving gen- - and mountainous Mr. Hay had provided to take the waiting train. The press to nay the demands of last erous hospitality at the hands of these road- wagons and saddle horses. The gang will long remember Mr. Haldemaii month. two organizations, first the Louisville & majority of the wielders of the pen had and his for the hospitality so c& in a New Nashville Haiboad, which is the best decided the night before that they pre- rovallv extended. In an interview published s ferred remaining in and around PineYork paper, Henry Wattereon expresses managed and one of the grandest d'emocratic victory, tho'j terns of railroad in the United States, ville, but Messrs. Kmnictt Logon, J. W. confidence in he does not underestimate the severe ami second the Pine Mountain Iron and Hopper, J. Soule Smith, John P. Murstruggle necessary to overcome the des- - Coal Company, which bids fair to not ray, Ion Nail, Hobert Ford and John A. perato means that will be resorted to by only make Hell county famous the Hower, being exceedingly anxious to the republicans in their hopeless endeav-- 1 world over for its lich minerals, but to see Cumberland (.Sap, were given peror to regain power. He thinks that bring to its clever management filthy mission by the rest of the Wily to go. The morning was spent by the remainCleveland will rcccive,the electoral votes lucre an hundred fold, To begin the trip proper, the special of ing ones in the iron mine, about of the States he got in 1SS4, while we. a good fighting four of the finest L. t N. coaches left four miles from the town, where iron ore have, beyond a doubt, chance in Iowa, Illinois and Minnesota, Danville, where the K. P. A. had Wen is picked up on top of ground in large with something better than a lighting in session, at 1:4' Thursday evening, quantities and of tine quclity while unchance in Wisconsin anil Michigan. The having on board OS members, about a der the giounil a few feet is slid to be lJunning the finest vein in the world. The moun republicans will have to look after Ohio, fourth of whom were ladies. and they cannot afford to sleep on their on special time it was unnecessary to tains fairlv teem uifb minerals and in watch in any of their Western strong- stop at all of the stations, hence the trip those mountains oie is not found, coal to holds. As for Indiana, he should think to Pineville was made in about half the a thickness of 7 feet is abundant. The time usually taken. Under the charge usual thickness of coal in Kentucky is it safely democratic. The vein is a of Mr. John II. Milliken, District Passen- from : toAi feet and a r record of Mr. Harris and the ger Agent of the I.. & X., who is as clev- - curiosity, but in this rich mineral counon, who is personally unpopular besides, THE NEXT Oil TOIt, IU .. I.OOAX. ought to insure the State to the demo - er as he is efficient in his business, our try, heretofore undeveloped, there is an NOTES. s coal sitecial was made to fairlv llv over the inexhaustible amount of crats. ICKCKKAM FRKEZERS Joe SJ. Moore, of Danville, was steel rails and excellent bed, which the X feet thicker than any yet found. All The county Judge of Hreckenridge, A. A butter in the ball room. company has spaied no money in mak- then is left to do now is to operate these M. Pulliam, invited Jnmes Miller, one ing. Hesides entertaining by pointing mines as the railroad is already built and prompter never lived. of the wealthiest citizens of the county, Col. II. M. McCarty, of the Jossanilnu out places of interest and answering I think it is safe to say that in five years into his ofiice at Hardinsburg and shot iiumberlessquest ions propounded to him, the town of Pineville, now with some Journal, and Col. Cr.uldoek, of the Paris KxtractH him to death, with no one to witness the Mr. Milliken fuither endeared himself liOOor 400 inhabitants, will bo classed Kentuekian, wero iiiseporable. - Al deed. Xo cause is assigned and Pulliam, 11. C. Sterritt, of the louisvilIe Times, inhabited towns by furnishing gratuitously cigars, fruits with T. R. WALTON'S. who is under guard, remains reticent in sucJi, which were freely partaken of and that the members of the Pineville was the handsomest voting man of- tllu the matter. Whatever reason that can andall. al-liked him. Coal and Iron Company will have i crowd. All the be assigned, we can find no excuse for bv Irving W. t tallies, of the Todd conn-waELEGANT GREEN TEA ready made snug fortunes or be in a fair the cowardly method of the murder and - i "to do so. Returning to the hotel ty Progress, was the attraction of the the murderer should be made short T. R. WALTON'S. His peculiarity in dancing after a pleasant and profitably sent work of. While the act places another morning our appetites were keen and the is tint he dunces on one foot all the stigma on the fame of Kentucky the re., , excellent dinner of everything in season 1",,( NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS I., u. oipui, of the Pineville Mes publican press of the Xorth will not and wines to end up with was done am- vr senger, laWrcd in and out of season for howl as much about it as otherwise, pie justice to. The afternoon was taken T. R. WALTON'S. the comfort of the editor, who will rewhen they discern that the judge is the up by the ladies in napping while the member him for many kindnesses rereddest of radicals. Xo true democrat gentlemen went over the town, rode up ceived. would take so mean and so cowardly an & the high mountains to view the sur Wax Williams & GcxNon, of the Midway advantage of a foe. u rounding country and look for marks! Clipper, are entitled to the blue ribbon T, R WALTON'S. and traces of Daniel Hooiie, who seemed for paving more attention to tliu ladles The republican claim that they will to have been particularly partial to Josh carry Now York is not backed by reason than the rest of the crowd combined. Hell county. Liter in the afternoon, the FOR SALE ! :M State elections held or figures. Of the Homer Prince, of the Hopkinsville ladies were upaiul ready for horse-bac1807, they have carried it but six since Airt of I m.. Xew Km, acted tho role of a dude to m grat. wild rides and boat rowing, in fact they were .mall hnute n it, milt. n c rat On hard lik times and not at all since 1SS1. Thedeni-ocrati- c perfection. lie was almost as popular ready for any thing the gentlemen would with R WAI.ln.V Term..y sentiment continues to grow in the ladies as Urey Woodson, of tho suggest. Pcrhup it would be well to cities, while in the rural strong the O wensl ton M essenger. ladies, say here that for ions n. "oons. FOR holds the republicans are seriously hand- Mises Carrie Stockt 'i. if the icapped by an increasing prohibition At Harbourvillea biass band andsome agreeable ladiesifand idueated ladiesthey If above i. n i M Hill Lizie Woods, ,i the Frankfort the huiiM at 1... .wit n.r.ri. tlifiti tli. lu.i.r v.v ..iM- mi. I R WAl.TON reasonable fl tit -'i I'"- - H 1,,,,8,,,1 ,,,,.1 i:u- - H.....I Roger, of tho tendency among their numbers. Mor- of her inhabitants met the special "were me ucicnowieogeu "' . . sex it lull. "" ... ton's barrel, or more properly speaking, luu ils a ten minutes' stop was allowed of anv set of the beautiful uiasgow nines, hogshead, will be put on tap and the the members got oil for the purpose of ever been our pleasure to be with. An- equestriennes of the crowd. other smaller vessels will bo started to seeing something of the country as well other Hop was announced at supper is W. M. Hull, of the flowing, but Xew York is about as cer- - as to see the good people of that place, which gladdened the hearts of the young acknowledged the finest horseman in tin: tain to give her 'M electoral votes to mt w(mv nn )u,i woiten out of the cars, people and although they had been on State. He had a mule on this trip the 0 o'clock in the morning the Cleveland and Thurnian as Kentucky is tr j0m ) ij.u.j. ., V0llI,,, aw. foot since entire time, consequently we were dedance was kept up till 2 o'clock. On prived of seeing him perform. with her 1:5. to honor them yerof that place, made an excellent and morning at breakfast sad faces well timed speech of welcome and gave Saturday Messrs. John W. Yerkes, W. (i. Dun- The Xewport Xews & Mississippi Val- to the K. P. A. a most hearty and cor- could be seen. The stay in Pineville lap and W. S. Rowland, of Danville, ac nil ley Railway Company, formerly known dial invitation to stop over night and be would soon be a thing of the past and conipanieil the paity to Pineville, by in & Ohio, has purchasas the Chesapeake their guests, lie. was answered by Pres- hated to say the good bye that would end vitation, and made themselves at home ed the Richmond it Alleghany road, ident K. Polk Johnson, who expressed their stay in a town of such who were much plcaed Promptly with the boys, people. which runs down James river from Clif- the thanks of the association for such and to have them. ton Forge to Richmond. The purchase an ovation and pressing invitation, also at 0 o'clock stages and omnibuses were The K. P. A. members adopted resowill be of great advantage to the compastating on account of the limited time at tho hotel and starting time was an- -' lutions of thanks for hospitable treat ny, especially in hauling freight, as the the inability to stop with nouneed. Arriving at tho train we them. at the hands of the Pine Mountain grade is gently downward all the way, found that conductor Sullivan had dec- incut The next stop was our destination Iron and Coal Company, the Louisville regular route at Xorth while on the PineviUe. On account of the stubborn- orated the cars with evergreens and it & Xashvillo Itailroud, Marimou A Chelf, Mountain, for instance, the grade is so ness of one A. J. Asher the railroad has was more like a moving arbor than a steep that an engine can get over with been unable to perfect a compromise to train of ears. At !:20 the train pulled Liverymen, and the Crab Orchard Springs Co. but few cars. run through his yard, a distance of some out leaving behind as good a set of peoKuuuett Logan in his after dinner ple as over lived, also leaving Col. and The teachers had a most pleasant and 75 or 100 yards, and the consequence is Mrs. K. Polk Johnson, who remained for speech at Crab Orchard referred to thu place as "the point where the champrofitable meeting at Mammoth Cave, the raihoad does not run to Pineville by their health, and who also left for their pagne ends and the moonshine begins." with 200 members or more present. The about a mile. Good stages and omnirooms as soon us the crowd began to say Following him Sonle Smith was just re following officers were elected for the en- buses met us though, and it was quite good bye, hating so much to see their marking "as the gentleman who has prosuing year: President, J. J. Glenn, of as pleasant to make the change. Mr. leave Judge W. James S. Ray and T. C. II. Vance, both companions of four days duration Madisonville; ceeded mo hits eloquently said this is the them. The ride to Crab Orchard where point " Heie the dining room bell Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, M. Reckncr, of Winchester; secretary, 15. of the Pine Mountain Coal and Iron the Crab Orchard Springs Company summoned a servant to his post in II. Carothers, of Louisville; treasurer, Company, were at the train to meet the the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over members and the hearty hand shake banqueted the K. P. A. members was a clashing tones, when Mr. Smith conHiram Roberts, of Louisville; It. It. secmost pleasant one. Mr. Milliken still tinued, "I don't blame them for ringing retary, J. T. Gaines, of Louisville. The they gave each and every one was worth maintained bis liberality by handing the dinner and all the other bells on next annual meeting will bo held at a dozen speeches of welcome. On arriving at the Pineville Hotel, the finest around refreshments, which caused men such a chestnut as that." The laugh Winchester July :i, 4, 5 and 0. and most modern in Kentucky outside as well as women to fall in lovo with that followed was hearty indeed though Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better him. & X. furnished the Press Assoof the cities and w Inch was built at a The L. who thought it a of grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the Tho excellence and comprehensive- there were those us with a train of cars, a conductor, cost of $20,000, the joyful and welcome ciation K. O. W. put up job. ness of the banquet given by tho proengineer, fireman, brakeman and a passen- sound of the supper bell was lieaid. Aftrade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. prietors of Crab Orchard Springs is Coi.. W. II. Polk, of the Drummer, ger agent three days and threw in its ter doing full justice to a most excellent of the You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. shown by the following bill affixed Colonel to every member leading legal light, Gen.Hasil Duke, and supper, the older members retired to hod's: association, though not over two wero Superintendent P. T. Downs to entertain the spacious piazzas to converse while Reef with Tomato. entitled to it. The colonel evidently Gumbo, them the last two. The excellent off- the younger ones piepared for tho dance Chicken, IIOII.EIK wanted to tickle tho boys. how to do the which was announced while at supper. icers of the road know Caper sauce, Roll of Heel, MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. thing; and they do it royally when In the meantime President Johnson Leg of Limb, clever The Century building at Xew York Tomato Sauce. suffered a $150,000 fire. called a meeting stating as the object of they undertake it. iioast: it to prepare a programme for the mor- Hreast of Veal with Dressing, Surloin of Money is talking in Xew York two to row. It was first suggested Z that tho Sauce, Spring Lamb Heef, one in favor of Cleveland's election. The crowd en masse go to Cumberland Gap, with French Peas. 0 largest single bet yet is 520,000 to a distance of 14 miles, but later decided kntuekh: I aero, that he will bo his own successor in that those who chose to go could do so, Fricasso Spring Chicken, Cream Gravy, anil liavo 400 I.ahih more or lew, (ifatMountain, CoalI a liaruiin. that will TimUr KXcuivfoifcTiD, a slate roimto rent torn furniture mid have the White House. while the rest stay at Pineville and take Hraizeil Fillets of Heef with Mushhardware or tlnntr't tkUMMimcnt. Full Faculty. TwcIto Denartmcntaof Stmly. Honlthy location In tho henrt of TMnn OrM Thij'care kooi! fur (utlay. For further a MnilnrMn oviuiiiunt tinn .. tiin aimln ii'Kiun. ueuncu mm uuaiiiiauiucoininiumy. rooms, Maccafoni, a la Statian. The House will pass a bill to appro- in it and the surrounding country. Mr. C. V. M r.' CA I.F. 2.15, frurn 20 States. laxt write tu Next HcmIoii open Scjit. Ill, lsns. For Infotiuatton Ray, of whom I have spoken before as Stewed Ribs of Heef, Spanish Style, anU Catalogue. Apply to L. H. BLANTON, D. D., CHANOELLOR. full Ilarlonrvlllc, Ky. j3 SfyOOO.OOO for coast defenses. priate Semi-Week- K. P. A. IN CLOVER. ly )t m CMTMIMG9 4 him-hd- As-oe- CMrr:eciN(&9 coffee-coole- rs k. - .Si JULY AND AUGUST BE AT ACTUAL MARKED 60ST Vice-Pieside- Goods Charged; Cash Every Instance. Sll,-707.09- 0 - j ' BRUCE MoEOBEBTS, Stanford. i i sys-hi- ng -- li know-nothin- g anti-labo- ' first-clas- hulls-ensab- le T. R. WAXTOXT'S. - for Ice Cream - Ik-ll-s I y 4i ball-roo- Fruit Jars Sealing 4 k rifty-un- . viic-wimiiie- st good-lookin- g Courier-Journa- o ... l; RENT! rt-'- -- I i j ' .. ..... Courier-Journa- l, ,.,,, fe whole-soule- d liberal-hearte- d BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! lMS J GEO. D. WEAKEST, BOLHTG'R, Mountain Lands 1 $10,-00- CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, etst. t informa-nation- , f HMIilllMW niA.a.! Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Go to Zlinmi'r'H for Ice Crciun. Mll.UXKIiV lit ; "'"'7, cost lit C OIUtH A COX H. . i. c. waoton, r'TANFOKD, uu. MannKur .July 10, 1886' " It in jiriitty curtain that Tom will Imvo . .... ..... no opposition in his ,,... .... . , . in nut. cjiiu in, i iiu I t&P Nowlittul race for , .it vurv NEW AWEUTISKMEXTS. Yoi'ii account is (lueaixl ready, I'lcapi wdl and A. It. Penny. Wi: will l our entile htock of lincry at cot fur each for the ncxtthiity daH. Court & Cox. m Ky., Published Evory Tuesday and Frldny AT "SU T PKIfc wi.m 1, VKAU.IX AUVAXCK t -- o Tin: picmium list of the Lincoln conn-- , ty Fair i jlvin on thiH paje. Write to tin secretary for further particular. and yi't-tenla- ;niii.. iiiiiti: ,'rcnt profit, while tlio amount of security in ho luie that hut very few in the op)oitlon could give it. Mr. Newland 'I he Director of the Cumberland V.illev Land has iiuule a niital olllcer anil his demo-crati- c Company are notified to meet ut the otlice of the K"ir '1 tiesday morning National fiii-mlHliould mc that he lam the July 17, 1668, atll.ink, Stanford, tr.tnsau whatever 10 oVIiPck, to walk-oveitnic.s may come oeiore mem. full vote, even if he has a lie stockholders of wmc company NOTICE. NEW! NEW! NEW A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. r. 1 ' CHURCH AFFAIRS. coin-meiici- ' clfr cctnrs held cdm-sday- , 4 p. tn. II r,i pjid $a.GO iil lie .hrsvd(' MEANS BUSINESS. W.mur ami Jcudrv repahed and Mnrranted. A. K. I'enuy. ( skt.iii oil. lanl oil and machine oil of all kinds at McltulicrtM A taj-V- . Tin: hot place to buy drup, patent liiciluincs and toilet article is at A. It. l' nnyV. lli'v your Hcluxd booke, ink, tablet", paper, jicncilri and school tuipplioH of alt kinds from A. It. Penny. 1 guarantee all watches and every ur-t- n it of Jeuelry I sell to be just as re d. A. It. Penny. SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. Mii A I ui:Sti ut is the j,ucstof Mrs. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. negro was hanged to a tree near . I t?..- u. - .1 .1 j Christianburg, Va., for assaulting a white I... n the loweU. Wauhes C!ork ant Jewt.rv He. f woman. 3?nQjBB5M4iiZ .ft trSj. A -paired on short notke warranted v-.('apt. It. P. Parish, formerly a wholeASSOCIATION, sale shoe dealer in Louisville, commit- To lie held on Thursday and Friday, ted suicide because of financial reverses. . I ,i Htick tllKm Robert Ryan, negro, who stabbed a in the mud, don't try to be o smart at white boy to death, was taken from the -- NcarM11. and Mas. II. I". Itrri.KV and Miss-- e tin expense of the poor, ignorant peo. guards near Henderson ly a mob and Maud ami Minnie are visiting relit- - pie ii Stanford and do not let Pete I lamp- - hung. KY. tivesat Parksville. ton and the other boys play you so At P.cngal, Shelby county, Sunday, MK-l.ll.l AMI IsAIIKI. OlVsl.KV, of stro'ngly for a sucker. Jacnh Rapp stabbed his cousin, Jacob OFFICKRS: the Hubble ncighborliosl, are visiting 'V Meekster, to the heart. Rapp is onlv 111 f Mi:. I?. (1. Ai.roitiis carrying one MiKs Foxie Pennington. FOKI.S'I IS KI'.IU. v,.arf) ), J. Walker Uiwnt. Cut. Wm. tir.i:it has a week's fur- the old bra-- s pieces that weie .so current ' TIC. Hrotlll.rh(,od of Kngineers oili-i- n First Vico I'rctidenl W. I.ee, lloyln; J. W. Walls, lM0wl.cn I ippecunoc and lyler lough and with Ids wife will spend it in ,, U. k,)mv nilvth,I1B er. darrard; Joel Kmtry Madison; AbrCnleman, th( ,, ...., .Cture ui OIW ll Iliar. Cincinnati, ()., and Richmond, hid. . . ( H. M. Ilrlnl. ri.,tlM. ,,, f,,r .... ..It .. . .Mercer: lame. .Maret.' Ilnrken-tU- : .. . .. . . . ... MMI1I I. I.I.. ..Iiimnoii un oin- - miii-- , , .........:, .1 ... in-ii"in II ley. rul.nV.1; John W. Wliipp Caey. lAMI.i (i. till KNS, Ivij., 111IS Killed lor) I. M. lin.ee, Char-- 1 I'uroiK', where he goes in the interest of with the log cabin and tie famous bar- - ' Wtti Hiigiies ' a brakeman from Vir- - ' u"tcXl'""s- " ley Crew S M Ouen, J. K l.ynn, J. Farri . .. ....l.wl n.l rfclil..ri,n tin. r..v..ri... (liw nf fli .... ;.... i !.. .1 n "in; nn.iun ..i.e.i... m u.e i... g,,j, hilt lor tWO years 11 resilient Ot l.ev Hubble (J M. Oiveni, S. A. Mindleton ancient ( ircns voted that way and slll.rM.t wns kiIIt.(l rCentucky. "f tl)t. Cincinnati H.be McAlMer. K v o. I', iirisi.t. ;co- ' McKmney, .Secretary; j. s. o..i.y win no iikewi-- e lor Southern Sundav. of Lincaster, ' "njainin Niy-n- e Mism Ki.i.kx Ow-m- v, in bsv. but he had better and Florence .Suttleld, of lmisvillc, and the gr.ind-wn- i A collision on the Pennsylvania road James II. llaugliinaii, Treu.nrer. Hell never be postmaster: near Willesbarre, caused by the carelessCimmMlore(iniinger, of Uncastcr, aie Weware. T. I). Xtwland, Chief Marshal. - that ticket ami ho may again if lie voteguests at Hon. J. S. OwduyV. ness of a dispatcher, resulted in the inA mom. those who enjoyed the splcn- - niaikthis prediction, jury of :r persons, several fatally. did dinner given bv the Crab Orchard, ..... .. '... .... .T. .V .irTTT. . OF A sheriffs jio.se of several hundred 1 IIK l.lliriflll tUlllllV " Will keep constantly on hand a larg'a ani select lino of Farniture Hill llll'L .llllll-- pr.ngs Co., in honor of the Press As-- .. I(v uW ,)m tnlMlli ,iuK. ,,lsI1!!iIJ men are in search of Caleb Parker, win I'lKST I'AV, THURSDAY. andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be ?s low as such goods ..at...... wen Messrs. 1. . Mium, W f,;ni,r , , nwlu, uMMuna ro. kili-s- l Constable Connellee, in Scott, bill can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conII Miller, J. nPaxton and I). L. Car-- ! arrest up to last ac M(Wwl to tlllf he had .h T,,,rtv.flHlr Wlr llorts for Harnett Purpose: of Stanford, Judge Walker, Tom roster, which now shows 1SS names, counts, vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. 5io uo i ltott Stnlllun uniUr I year n d The democratic House passed the a Hot Stallion or Uelding I year & under a, lo oo Wherritt, Clark Farrisanl W. 11. Mason, ijuite a formidable little army. Presiland forfeiture bill, which will return i Hot f Linciister, Gelding a anil under j.. .. 10 oo dent Alcorn urg''d the iinHirtauce of or- ')i,.l'.M1IKNl acres of public land to the peo1000 I lict Stallion 3 years old nnd under 4... Mi: RomnrrS. Lvii.it, who has engag- gani.ing and could see no method 10 uo j 1 Stallion 4 rar. oldnndm.r ed to travel for the extensive dry goods than joining som gos working club, ple, but the republican Senate will nev- - fi llcst Fancy Saddle Marc or Gelding 15 00 . .,,. ,ul i, ....., .?... l.er appnnv it. lu.iseof J. M. R'ibitiuni .V Co., liuis- Walking Stallion, Marr or (icldini; 10 00 ; .Nitunlay ,. ,. ., attempted to go .... ... Robeit Hack e tv i e. returned from the Horn. forSftddlc I'nrpo': I lie nisi Will IH HI llie through the whiilpool rapids at Niagara Hh Stlc, Form and Action ciinndcred: tr,idetmIni;,litiii Jm, 10 uo lie has had much piti(,r wir,t.r iy tu, .......... '..r all it is wo.tli xv (; last week in ids life boat Phantom, but I llrtt Mure 3 years and under 3 n o , x,.erien,e and the llrni is lucky In so lie won't do so any inoie. Boat and all 9 llett Mare $ ears ajie under 4 , N M(.(lfH. ; ,. c M, w.ii(,hj lo ) ff 10 llust MariM yew. and over dashed to pieces. ...riiwliNM.rvl.vM. "" if it thinks pn.H.r. n llrtt R0cS.aw.1y Marc or fieldlnir , A resolution declaring Jcmis Christ R W. Hinkkk, lis.-.tit KniiMtM Citv, . 'lliorouKllbrcd Hurc' .Ii'miii:io:i. The stmt ling news of the to be tin' (toveruor of all nations was 11 lint Stallion Colt under year nc his handsome wife here Sunday 10 o. uf the Clti-- : murder of Mr. 11. K. Ilryant, on his twilled in the Aikniisas'prohihitioii con- 13 II. t StalllM Crdt yenrand under 2 He is e 00 n gl.t i oj nttieli neiir Council Springs, Xcw Mexi-p- . vention. The strength of the "party" 14 Hot Stallion ayanr.and ocr , i. s National Itank, which declared I" " r ( lit dividend for the last '1 months en, by three Tex.i desjiemiloes, icached is varioiish estimated at 5,000 to IW.OOO 15 Iliat Mate Coll under I year I" year and under 2 16 ll.t Mu Colt tn 1 arrieil over .'.r,U0O on u capital of hen Sunday. Mr. Ilryant wns born in in the State. m year and over 17 llot Mare Is.illoonists iilave.l in sad luck on has add- - this county and wit n most excellent f.iMUHXi, ami it is no wonder he Trottinj: A Prof. Degoiney, at ll J jear-ol. i u any pounds to bis avoiulupols un- - ymin mmi in every respect. few the glorious Itb. Irul.lw.t J In 3 mile lacaU.. . .1 ' " years into he w cut to New Mexico and Siirmi'lii'ld. III... Iiitiileil - in n eliurcli-var- il J7$ to firm and $5 to ccoi d. u r sin h prosK'nuis cireunistances. t Class, bctt am 5 mile heat. .. 15" ly going into thu ranch business, accumula- badly bruised; Prof. Talbert, at iloo to li rit; Sjo to tveoud ; J to iSird LOCAL LORE, and was hid., alighted in a lire-pted iiiitu a fortune. It is given as the r"lc to till and jtu tlartiu each ol above, ! icuson of his killing that the Tcxans seriously burned; Prof. Seany, at ISostou, -and 10 percent, entry fee; cntrlct to hi i.sii tomatoes at S. S. Myers'. VTAZiXi who owned adjoining ranches, tried to made an ascent, and, landing in the cloc on the i day of July, IS 00 best in the ocean, was rescued from drowning; while 10 liatt Combined Mare or Coding 1 r.st 1N(. LrMiir.it for sale by Metcalf x buy his very fine spring, the Mares, regardles. pair section, and failing, they completely rid- James Douglas went up at Columbus 11 Itcktcolor, if lIrc- er roster. 00 c er ownership ot dled his body with bullets. His brother, and came down with such velocity that it Ilcol Stallion and 3 to 5 of hl Colt under iiuger Ale and Mr. J. 0. Ilryant, of Lexington, and his he was picked 'up in an insensible conIn. Ciikvm, IS " year lo 00 drape Soda at R. Ziniuicr's. J3 llett Marc and Colt cither . ex relatives and friends in this county have dition. jo 00 Thomas Hroderick and James How- 34 Halftnllc I).ih, free for all in this terrible Kntranccfee$2 5o; 5 to fill; 3totart. Punt Lick has organicd a democrat-I- t oursinccrcst sympathy ies, members of the Brotherhood of Loblow. to 00 llcil Roadster Odditis club with W. R. Jordan piesident mid comotive Kugineers, and another man 15 Kvury pre-- . was tied- - named Wilson, were arrested and lodged Tin: new Prcsbvterian church C. It. Fugleman secretary. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) ii'jiti'.l tn ( iiwl Sniidiiv in a verv ..,,.-SKCOXD litiiiro in jail at Chicago, under bonds of :J",000 met should do likewise. KAVOIll'l K LINK IIK'I VVH1 V flit NORTH AND SOUTH jiriate and excellent sermon by Rev. A. each, on a charge of conspiracy to injure Jacl. Stock: call I KMixcsTi.vask my customers to 10 00 S. Mollctt from JValins P.l':! "I was of the Chicago, Burlington 36 llett Jack Colt under year LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' and settle their accounts. I need the glad when they said unto me, Let us go the property 10 00 J.uk undtr 3 years and Quiney Railroad Company. They 27 llest Jack 2 year, .mil over IN 25 HOIKS. 5 00 38 llett money and must have it to pay my Hi- into tho house of the Lord." The first ll had dynamite in their possession when 29 llett Jennet under year 10 00 cunts. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. of t lie sermon was mainly historical of 10 00 Through Gars to New Orleans, Louisiana an J Florida Twice Daily. arrested and it is said that it had been 30 llett Jennet under 2 jears 1000 Crab Orchard Turn- the local church, and as it is desired by arranged to make a concerted effort to 31 llcst Jennet 2 year and over Tin: Danville THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. -and 3 of hii sucking Mule Coltt 1000 form for pike Company, has declared a dividend many that it be placed in destroy the property from one end to 32 llett Jack J'; Mr. Mules: we have asked THKTKXASSHORT lIXK- of 7o cents on the share, the maiket val- preservation, the other. Mule under year , in co Moll'ett for a copy of it and will produce 33 llct llcr.c ue of which is $.". This is the largest 10 00 34 licit llneMule I )car and under 2 it entire in our next, as he has piomis-e- d MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. dividend for a number of years. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 6, 1888. lo 00 35 llett llorte Mule 2 cart and over.i to furnish it. The building is of 10 00 year 36 llett Mare Mule under Flux is epidemic in this county. K10A.1J UP. KKAD DOWK, Bio Finn. Messrs. It. Cobb, Sr., and handsome gothic design, 10x71 feet, with 10 00 under 2 year are looking tip 37 llett Mare Mule year and and over The school-teacher- s "TRAINS NORTH? TRAINS SOUTH. 10 00 old ceiling. The seating capacity is Jr., W. M. llrightand others went sein 38 llcst Mare Mule 2 No. 6. No. 4. .No. I. Wo. 3. "NoT No. 7. 10 00 last week just be- about r.00 and fully that many were pres- situations. 39 llett Marc and Mule Coll, either nx ing in Hanging STATIONS. No. 1. Democrats, remember next Saturday, Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily I'.v. Sun. Daily. ' Daily. lIort.es Icr Saddle I'lirposet: Cobb's house and caught a 1 hind Mr. ent Sunday. The pews are of hard ash, carp besides any ipiantity trimmed with walnut, and are construct- the Mth, and come to town. d a A'rv 640am 642pm 102 a 111. 600 p m 40 licit Stallion or Ueldini; 2 and under 3.... 10 no and Cincinnati l.'ve 817am 403pm Scop in ; jj 3 jo a mi 4 22 p m Win. Whitaker sold 0 ....... illi.im.town ...1. ve 513am 41 llett Stallion or (.eldllic 3 and under 4.... 10 00 951a m 5 47 p m 9 35 p m of smaller Hsh. ed with a view to comfort. The lloor is 4 lo a in 7 24 a in; 30s pin .Gcorctou 11... 10 on 10 J9 a m 702 pin 1037 pm lit st Stallion 4 sc.irt imd over ,. for SICKS. steers to Henry Catron 42 ..-p in 10 15 a m 3 48 a m 4 15 pin 7 00a m 2 40 pm 11 30 p m 7 33 p in l.cAinton.... 05 tovored entire with a rich red woolen 15 00 2 38 .1 .. 5 30 a in 10 p in Dans llie, .. 12 50 pm 8 39 pm 13 3 pm Rev. John Cannical organized a Bap- 43 llett Saddle Sullion any age Crab Orchard Springs have never Tiik 2 jS a nt 3 to pin s 20 a m 00 pm carpet and the aisles aie unusually wide. JuiKtiuii City. 15 pm 9 10 pm 13 30 .1 in ti 25 a m Tinning: Soniemet . . tist church at Hazel Patch Sunday. oj .1 in 30 p n oj p m I oj a in 12 30 p m 1103 am been in such delightful shape for enter- A costly, 3 chandelier swings from Oakdale.... 7 23 a 3 25 a m 3 15 pm 0 50 9 53 pm 11 23.11.. Mn. J. K. Patiuck, of Jackson is here 44 4 yeart and under, 2 het In 3, mile lieatt. 100 00 1000 p m taining guests. A great many improve- tho centre of the ceiling, furnishing suli-cierr'...Challanoo.-.- i . 1ve 7 lop in 9 con 20 a m 4 00 .1 tn in $75 to lift and $35 to second. Sjoami 600pm I. e...iIiatf.noo,a.. Wv 6 5 ji m heed added, the rates have again, lie evidently means business. ment! have 2 15 pm I 10 p in'...- Ar'i- Attalla light without other lamps ami is a 45 2:33 class on the track 3 lictt in j, mile . Fred Woolster, an inmate of the ,1133 pm 3 30 n m been reduced and with Messrs. J. C. decided ornament. The pulpit is in a re 3 45pin'ti in pm lte....lliri-iiiigh.imheat 150 on o top m 1248 a m Tiisc.iloota.. 9 10 a 140am Si 00 tn lirt. $30 tn tci.niid; 20 to third. at Frankfort, hanged himself poor-hous- e King, I). H. Fdiniston and Thomas NewMeridian . . .l.'ve 4 30 a m 10 30 pm Ill 33 pm 4 10.1 m Ar't cess made for it and its furniture is the I 6 toa nil a 10a in Ar'v..Nev. Orlians 9 00 p in 505pm most liberal of comHarnett Stuck, continued: a tree. man, backed liy the 10 oj pin Ar'v same used in the former church, which to j 10am l.'ve Meridia 10 no .1 6 15 pin Mure Colt under year Ar'v An examination of the teachers ap- 4G Jackson panies, to see after the comfort of the 90011m l.'ve blew down, witli the .... '..... 11 10.1m l.'ve....Vickslurn 4 00 pm wai new when it 111 00 car and 2 Hot Mare Colt guests and Moibach's splendid band to exception of the stand, which is of wa- plying for certificates to teach in this 47 Monroe 1005 a m 420pm l.'ve !.,.. 1000 48 Hist Marc a years and under 3 tj 00 a 815 pm Ar'v....Slircvcport furnish Hweet music, the visitor can but lnut and very neat. Tho windows are of county was held Saturday. Tho exami- 49 llcst Mare 3 ycir and under 4 in 00 N. 11. Train No. 9 leave. Oakdalc at s 35, A si, and arrive in Chattanooga at 9 00, a m. No. 10 leave nation was rigid, tho superintendent 50 llcst Mare 4 sears and'oser 10 en enjoy a stay at the charming resort. stained glass, permitting a mellow and Chattanooga at 3 00, I. M., and arrives at Oakdale at 8 35. and board being determined to raise the ji llcst Fancy Marc nr (.elding, known in Mann lloudoir ilulTct Sleeping Cars on all tr.i.ni. to no Tin: directors of the Lincoln County pleasant light for tho day services. In standard on which certificates will herelianics A- Pan. Agt. H. COl.I.UKAN, l.en'l JOHN C.OAt I.T, General Manager, Savings Association at their tho basement is n lecture and Sunday-schoUuilding and Sweepstake: after bo granted. Fourteen of tho I'D R. CARROLL, l.ciieral Superintendent room .'lOxllS, which is also well General Officer., St. l'ail Uuilding, Wet .rl.i SH et, Cincinnati. Ol.i i. meetinc; Saturday night, declared a semi 13 00 52 l!est llarnets Stallion any agi: applicants received their papers. 15 00 53 licit Harnett Mare any .ij,'p annual dividend of !!(i cents to the share, furnished. The church is a handsome Misses Anne and F.lla Shanks, Mat-ti- e upon which !?U7--V had been paid to date. ono inside and out and tho member! Vandiveor, Nannie and Kittio lluigh-ma- n OATH This is hardly so good a showing as the have reason to bo proud of it. It is tho and Bessie Richards, six of Stan5" emu Footman lirst six months, but it is still very good subject of general regret that Mr. Moll'ett, ford's loveliest young ladies, are visiting Horse, ' 5 Kider indeed, besides the association has tho who did so much to have it built, should Miss Mattie Williams, of this place. R. Vehicleand Driver 50 cents and A home felirxil fur llie higher education nf yoiiiic; woinon. Art. Mulc ai.it J.'icr.iry knowing that it has been leave just as it is completed, but he feels L. satisfaction of 25 tents LocRtliiii lii'iiltlij. faculty leiuu reasonable lor dsnta9t -- enerta Joplin, of Pineville, and John Welch, I'.rsiiut in years old and under I family rehis 0WU.i. llii.inl.riii'), llglitt. wnli iigiiml tiiltlnn In Llturtirr Depni'tinriit mill Mnlc l;i of Louisville, are hereon a vacation. A. l'.rMins under id eitra (if its, free. the means of a number of persons build- that ho cannot in duty to . ottlon fmm Stpteinlicrtlll Jiuii'. Without W" S'cml fincntftKigtie to go thither J. .Sheridan and family havo returned to Admit all tchkles free of each. carry pat S: S- - KTJL'siffft&SSSr- houses for themselves, who could fuse tho Midway call and will ing Louisville. about August 1. teliKir to the rmi at 15 eiils not have otherwise, done so. A K-ci viitiui fritnds at Crab diehard. Mis- Axs Fish, of Crab Orchard, has been visiting Mrs. .1. G. Carpenter. Ciiaui.ik Co has taken a s)sition as salesman witli John C. Lewis, Louisville. little Marie, . H. M.mionv ami Mux. "f Kewjsirt, are with Mr. and Mrs. A. II Penny. Mi. Drt. Lki: F, Ili'mux ami Anne Cook are spending a few weeks at Crab . W. M. IliwiiiH. Mil". Ui:o. Dilloiin is Tin: iniiicury went up to 1Ci Sunday COLLEGE! Rev. T. II. Hnrrett, of the Waynes-bur- g was Imtternell till a ie-- , Baptist church, will begin a proLANCASTER, KY. frenliiiie rain made living monthcarahlc. tracted meeting at his church Sunday Ilenrdln; Department exclusively for girls. 11 o'clock. I .:vr...-Twife ..f Peter Cain died next at he lloy trained for leading Collides and Univtrti-tiet- . The Minnesota Chaiitaiujua will sue aturday of .oiiMtinption, leaving her and buy at first hands. Satisfaction en eiecieu courtc cl Mutly, fall-ti- n Moral and manner carefully Inttllled. huhlmud and come little children to Dr. Talmage for ?I0,XM' damage for 'I Mehe tried teacliert. nbuntfint Uttimunv Respectfully, to assist July :, laud.) in opening mourn hor iO'-Cor information apply to J II .SKIN.N'Klt. the assembly as per contract. Lancaster, Ky 4' I'm. Panics will leave Nicholasville Jlv accounts will be ready by July 1. Ilopoeveiyoue that knows himself in- Thursday for a May at CumMILLERSBURG debted to mi will cull ami settle as I berland Falls. Kd Sparks, sou of the Senamust have the money to meet my own tor, shot Charley Myers just outsideof the COLLEGE ! when Mr. Names was debts. This means oerybody. A. T. court-hous- e &G pleaching Sunday night, indicting a fa- - A Modern Progressive School ! Nunnellev. mi wuiiii.i. Where youi daughter, vs ill le taught how to Le Sikk ki:d. During the .thunder storm come true women, at well as thoroughly iijstruct IOC meilioers OI llie rrcM'Vlcrillll lii iff Sunday evening Mrs Lou Shanks, ..1......1. ...!.. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, i...!- - .i....:... i I nun ll, mill vnn;v :..ii... li.ll IIJV rjll'll, 11119111; who was on her porch at home, was so to thank Mi. J. P. llailey, Mr. S. P. LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. FANCY ARTICLES, &C. severely shocked by lightning that she Stagg, Miss Rose Richards and .Messrs. KKV C l'OI'E, 1'resident, Addrei fell to the lloor and has since been pros- J. M. Sibold, W. G. Raney, S. S. Myers I'hyl lans prescript. Ons accurately compounded. trMKS S C TKL'KHKAKT, trated, though rapidly recovering. The and R. C. Stader for their iisitance Sunl.ady l'rincipal. J7 strange p.irt of it is that though the cur- day in the dedicatory services. .MillcrtLurc, Ky rent struck thereabouts no sign of it can sr.Cri.Vl) AXXfAI rXIIIIIITlQX OK NEWS CONDENSED. be found. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, two-week- s' ijh llride Camp Meeting July l.ltli and cIom's July 1EM. liy notified that then, will he an 1 ledum of nini 111 the same house from 10 u m till July 18 J S. HOCK LK, Set the arc here GARRARD Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by-MPenny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everything in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come r. guaranteed. SCHILLING & ZIMMER, FEMALE a. Mo PEOTnr, ZDUGGKrST JEWELER. tu Wholesale and Retail. i ' m 1HK Tin: dark louds of war, which have) hung over this locality like a pall for a few weeks, have happily dispelled and sweet peace again reigns supreme. Daws Hughes has come to his senses and it will not be necessarv to use that Lincoln Go. Stock Fair fY3&ESZ0&ftt3!m 'K y-.;! ,,.. ., inn-after- wrr-iiarti- August 2 and 3, 1888, STANFORD, ... NEW FURNITURE STORE Ki "" J I j weri-i-lii-ie- .. tiilin ,,., -- . r -- .). 1 ...'. - 1 ,, w,., LIST PREMIUMS, ' es.-.ip- ed ! r 1U-- .,,.,, i GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. irW-IH)tlsc ..... llt ' 1 , 1 vice-picside- iit 1 1 . 1 d .- it PAPER and FXJIWSnTU'H.B. COMPLETESSTOC ALWAYS ON HAND. 1 B. K. WEAKENS QUEEN AND ORESCENT ROUTE. I1AY-KR1D- AV. 1 1 "- . - 1 1 1 .'0-fo- 1 111 two-year-o- ld 1 111 1 1 1 1 11 111 ut 11 111 t 1 I 1 11. - ol . -- Madison Female Institute, 5 hr-'wli- trf prinxi.. RICHMOND, KY. r If Of wft.si.ii,M.i. ii 4KKM Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Donm-emtio TiiKiintiuiuil iiii'i'ting of tin Club In Ililthuoiv wiw ft tronu'ii-slou- n utlUir. Ohio cunc first with !H) ''1 flulw; Miuyl.uni next with 71; Illinois IS; Kentucky :ts ami so on. W. was tn.nU K. Kiwll, of temporary and .folin Winans, Wisconliath-righsin, poriimiu'iit clmiriiuin. J. T. I.onisvilU', iirusiMitetl the report of of tlu coinniittoo on resolutions, which mlorsA the Ht. Louis platform, tho mliiuiristnuioii of l'rosiMi'iit ClfV'.'ianil ami his tiriir m."tv; ex jtmssi's joy at the prospect of the early f the Mills bill an I points with pasua grille to tho record of AHju U. Tliiir-ma- n. It was adopted by aeelamation. the chair-ma- n A colored uMeg.ite with a gavel made from wood taken from the house of Thomas Jetlerson. A uunentl plan for joining tlu' National T.caaue was adopted, and after a time thi? meeting adjourmd. Our townsman, Mr. K. C. Warren, u for appointed one of the pn-sntets t, Jventnekv. Tin: bigamist, Ilrown, who is in j.in nt Detroit, pleads guilty to being the husband the :J2 femalcH who claim him, with several districts yet to hear from. llr i iliil Oil, ; which bewildered ond maddened him. "Althea do you mean that I might have: had tho lovo that 1 would havo given mj llfo for, and now have lost forever.-- ' "Not 'might havo had,' Lyman. You have It; if you caro for tho gift, you shaL' have It forever.'' It was the penalty of his sin that that moment, which uhould havo held for him the greatest bliss of lift, was fraught quite us much with pain and slmmo. " Oh, queen of my heart !"' ho murmured with tears in hi, eyes. ' Can you then for-glme I Can you believe tn me u'aiti 1" Certainly she could givo him no greater proof than she had already dune, forbad sho not put aside prldo and maidenly reserve to offer, with hor own white hand, tho priceless boon winch ho In his disgrace would novor have askod fori Presently a cloud c tim over his face. 'Have you thoujht what the future will hold fer mo, Althea I -- public disgrace, oven Imprisonment, If those I havo wronged choose to bo stow that punishment upon me." "You havo' djiio tin right thing In confessing your error; let what will come of it, between us. " it can mako no dlffor-v-.cltut nt that very moment Mr. Uverleigh was summing up the caoo against him in these words: " He has don't wrong, undoubtedly, Mr. Starr; and yet the wrong aoems to mo to bo more ngaint himself than either of us. Ho hoa no, defrauded tne of one penny; ho has restored every thing, nnd, besides, has given nil his onerrlcs to the busimvss. and put it on a basis where I could not have placed it in this tlnio. I trust you are disposed to bo bnlcnt with him. Tor my part, though I confess tli.i I was shocked and disappointed, I shall givo him every chuueoto redeem this one false step. " "What I oven to retaining him In a -i jwsl-tion- to then, Instead of bringing this mlsorj upon you and myalf." Now, nt last, luto that " raro and radl nnt" fuco downed a molting tonicrnesi Curoll Lyman dooa not need you anj longer. I do. When will you sny yes to thi question I huvo asked you how often I" A mischievous gleam came into her eyci ' The Favorite Medicine for Throat and Lung Difficulties has long been, nnd still Is, Ayrr'a ( Is It because you do not wish to hear mo, Miss Chlldert In that case I will not trouble you again." There was really a hurt feeling in tl.o young man's tones. He had not felt no suro of her lovo of late as h" had on that day when ho drove back with her from tha depot, u hen she hail told him with all candor not to sot bis heart on hor. Suppoio sho had meant then that sho could novor love him! He had not taken it in that light nt tho time. Ho expected, when tho shadow was lifted from Lyman, that all would bo clear botween them, yet Carol had succeded " Aro you suro that you havo asked know that I havo tried to a times, aud that you would not listen. now. S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VlflUNON, Iv V . i &Sv3 iTOKOTWW tfilVi 111" "I dozen Lungs; prevents Consumption, and, oven In ndvnnced stages of that disease, It cures Croup, Whooping Cough, Ilroncliltls, nnd Asthma; soothes Irrltntlon of the Larynx and Fauces; strengthens tho Vocal Organs; nllnys soreness of the herry Pectoral. Ortlce next door to Whitehead's Dri A s C"t Special attention tttteii to Jixjmk of ilulJreti ;;-t- f. NEW BUTCHER SHOP. I luite 0iiiuil n hull her hii nt Hon .lU'l in the IVrrill M ire limiv mid am U'nrvl lo furiilh the nih ic wall nit kinds ol m ills. tili nnd ") As lieretoiore I wi I umtin lers in llirir vaMiti me.it In my ins in' tiinnin,' my wiioni ' ISSJ f$M relieves Coughing nnd Induces Sleep. Tlioro Is no othor preparation for ills, eases of tho throat nnd lungs to bo compared with this remedy. "My wife hint a distressing couch, with pains lit the side and breast. Wo tried various medicines, but noun did her any good until I got a bottlo of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured her. A lieighltor, Mrs. (Jlolin, had the measles, and tho couch was relieved by the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I havo uo hesitation in recommending this GlkDEROTT, Kill Ihitelejiui Jere ihit ca hi. at with , J : t ill nl II It tnini'M in Mniii.in! Alio f uuini) M U' U.MS ! 3, CASH, prollegeof return if i ICE, ICE, ICE I t, slinil i i i) Ml It tone of ri. e. u i..t with alf. I II lil'UNMDI' - ill delo er In Cough Medicine to every oim ntlllcted." Uobort Hortou, Foreman UetuUiyht, Morrl'.ltou, Ark. " I have been nullctod with asthma for forty years. Ivst spring I wns taken with a violent coukIi, which threatened to terminate my days. Every one mo lu consumption. I determined to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Is eiTeets u ere magical. I was itumedl-atel- v relieved and continued to Improve n.illl entirely recovered." Joel Billiard, ( at. ford, Conn. " Six mouths ago I had a sevcro of the lungs, brought on by an incessant cough which deprived inn of sleep and rest. I tried various remedies, but obtained no relief until I to take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A few iMittlosnf this medicine cured me." Mr. K. Coburn, W Second St., I.oell, hem-errliaj- K At One Cent Per Pound In, or when customer 9 tuinil) eien m.rnui,c be tcul.ir ul nnrr pill at the in St infnrd and I Annum mii't a of cath month IIAKKOW House and 25 Acres Land Two unlet Smith nl Stuid'idon Addrcsi me at I arntli, K Ne.tl W ,C 11111K K K ItAIti C'rfen C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers Wrll. drilled fjLlnry prices c & Pump Adjusters, an THAT FIGHT Cured tNMOKlTION, M'ANMIUD, k ! nrJir I l'i f .; r.n t j 5 al C. 1'. Simmons. Si. I.ouit, Prop'r M. A. Sltmnoni t.lvrr Medicine, Kit'4 SV. In the V. H Court DKrKATi J il.cilin, l'rop'r A. Q. Simmon. I.lv-e- r HeiruUtor, Kil'd by Zcilln iA. c. ... ' ior 47 ye.ri Tho Original Wins. r. MUTCALr I IIAk METOALF &. HAYS, ESTATE 1 i Ii'iU I 'in' I '., , &4 s ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ACTS. ,KS WflSU.'Jlt-'- O 1 fmmf?&t&1 1 U '."' LeaP- - iIARiKIUKVIi.IJ. nj PISmU Mass. was because Ingot lmd twssessed himself of n tho secret of my oorrespondonco with and was on the watch. It was to blind him and throw him oil tho track that I took that desperate step.und yet It dl J not avail my purpose. Ho suspected me and found proof for Ills suspicions. 1 had lost a trifle, a Dieeo which caught In broken from u watch-chartho machinery of tho truck; ho found It there, and used tho power it gave him for his own ends. "This Is all, I think, that I need tell. Punish mo as you will ; you can not bo too Ed-so- " I expected you to as'f that question. It Mr. Evcrlclgh was tho picture of distress and sorrow. "I I must havo time to think over this," ho murmured. "I can hardly realize it. ilr. Starr," to tno superintendent, "will you do mo tho favor to consult with mo o you tako any steps In tho matter so far as it concerns your com pony I Comowith us, Jsorrls. I want your clear head to help mo in this. I am utterly upset and confused." Ho did not give another word or look to Ills offending partner, but went out of tho room, leaning on tho arm of Norris Bergman, whllo Lyman's eyes followed thorn with a look In their depths which seemed to say that his punishment had already be-iorbo-gu- ' as it should be. lie is worthier thnn I," was tho bitter udmissiou of his bumbled spirit, yet It was hard to see himself supplanted in his old friend's confidence Tho silent unclosing of tho door nt his back did not reach his car, but ho turned almost immediately to sco Althea standing there, and ono look into her face told him that she had heard all which had passed. It was the first time ho had seen her slnco in tboso dreams which had brightened tho later stage of his sloknoss dreams which ho did not daro to believe as reality. A great surge of shamo and despair went over him; he could not speak, could not "meet her eyes. "Carol told mo what you meant to do. I havo been in there, I havo heard it all. Tell mo whut you did not tell my father for all his questioning why did you take your first etcp aside from honor and truth) Why did you so wish to stand equal with him, and to make him your debtor in gratitude t There must have been a motive behind it all." Tho clear, low, even tones struck coldly on his ear; tho proud, intent faeo held nono &f tho pitying softness of which ho had il dreamed. Tho courago which had him through his confession, hitter us It'hadbecn, deserted him now. "I daro not tell you why," ho answered, .roluctantly and brokenly. "I Insist that you do. You owo it to yourself and to mo that you mako every thing clear. I ask you ogam, why did you tako .that stop 1" 'Miss Jiverlolgh, you will scorn nnd despiso me when I say bocauso I loved you. Yet that Is the truth. I was mad enough to think that I might win yitir gratitude, and In timo something more I shock you, do 1 not! itut tho madness passed when I ltneir myself for what I was and um. 'Though I have been heart-sic- k with jeal-ous- y and longing, I declare to you that thcro has not been ono moment when 1 bus-taitit- "It is so soon. "Most assuredly. 1 have not lost my confidence in Lyman " "Well, If you take that stand, I can scarcely do less. The fact that he only robbed us of his own property, presumably, leaves mo frco to say, give the young man his chance. Ily tho way, this young man declines to let us do as much for him, though in his caso the fault lay with us." "It is enough that I am fully vindicated." said Norris, quietly. " Which you ure, and the company 1ms lost a valuable hand, to your gain, sir," us ho turned back to Mr. Kverleigh. "It would bo different in didder's caso had ho belonged to that other lot." "You havo oocurcd them all except Ingot!" "Yes, nnd botween Stone's confession and Ked Tom's statements, will mako short work of them. You havo been uiifortunato in your employes, Mr. Kverleigh: that is n bad lot." "As tho street urchins say, you hnvo mo thcro. Yet I dou't think Ingot will do muh harm of himself. It is tho pernicious influu ence ho would havo upon such men as that makes him dangerous. Well, I don't asl: you to sparo him if you catch him." Hut catch Mr. Ingot they did not. Ho faded out of their knowledge and was heard from uo more, but brought out the fact that ho had been the author of the anonymous note which Althea had received. "lam ashamed now to confess that I credited it to you, Lyman," sho acknowledged. " But you know you wero jealous of Norris about that time. I thought you wanted to undormlno him as a rival, though tho Idea was absurd. Hit preference was apparent onough from tho tlrst." ' That note was tho product of Jealousy, nevertheless. I havo no doubt but Ingot wanted to get Bergman out of tho wav as his rival." "I um glad that you havo overcome your dlshko to Norris." " I will never get to tho end of my confessions, I fear. It was not so much dislike, as that I could not help comparing myself with him to my great disfavor. There is no ono to whom I could give my darling sistor so willingly," "They are very happy; I think, almost ns happy as wo ure." "Happier, my Althea, for they have nothing to regret. But oven Norris can never bo so blessed as I am." To which assertion Norris would, very probably, havo taken exception had his opinion been nsked. Ed-so- tructl" "whitho u:i: ir am. Tin: uouui heiiis!" In holding him nt arm's length; sho avoided him; she checke 1 the burning words which had risen more than once to his lips. Could this moan uny thing except that she was less fond of him than ho was of her She gave him a glance now from boueath her drooping lnshc.s. " Even if am willing to listen. Norris, do vou want Uncle Amos and Mr. Kverleigh and all the rest to luwr you, tool" " What do I care if all the world hears, so you prouiNe soon to be my wife." " I suppose 1 must promise soon, then, for they certainly will hear you," laughitig and blushing. . "Carol, do you mean l! Do you really love me, and will you marry mo as soon as I have n home prepared for you!" " have a home which I scarcely know what to do with now that Lyman Is leaving it," murmured Carol, demurely. "Oh, my durllng, wha' an angel you arol nut why would you not let me speak We might havo had a double woddmg I I " For children afflicted with colds, eniighs, sore Tliroat, er croup, I do not know of imr r teedy willed will givo nur- - s relief thrill Ayer's Cherry Pe: rs'.. I hits found It, also, invalu-nb!- e in i t"'s of Whooping Cough." VI'" Washington street, Ann J.o ' jttM'on, .'! die tractt of tlmlier, ..M nil m ncral land. ( r mt niul tale. Information tunus'ieJ n aiy tf reiondenc Me lie I. urt in lit ten Krntii' Vy Will prictK in any Kamln itinns of lmd titles rude a ; laity Any t K Church, Adams, Term., write,"l nn 1 mould been dead but for your (Senulne M. A. Sim. mom i.ivcr .Medicine. I nv a,ltOR tometlmc. had to tubttilute ,"Z.dln'i Mutt" for Tour MeJl -' cine, but II dou't aniwer the IllLIOlllIM I)Tir(rsiA,sicK liiAnaci(K,I.oir Ktc, ArrttiTi.11.Sol'k Stomach, .11, iter. 1 iieimi, I'Atlor it. i. hc pn.Il Ji purpo.e." J. Craree, ndltor Tit .Mrnipnlt, I enn. eayt received a Picture ol tour Liter Medicine, and have used hallol it. II work. like a charm. I want nn better I. her Heeulatnr and uo more uf Zclllu't mlitur. ' liijfiiir, y - . Ajsi's G'erry Pectoral, Dr. :o. I J. i) C. Ayer . i'I'.i.i'mirii ii r k Co., Lowell, Mass. t'rlc-- t; ! Ml IkiIIIk, fi. 5H ALL THE LATEST SPRING THE GALT HOUSE, LOUI3VILLE KENTUCKY. STYLE HATS - AT , 8 A1TTEE' CHICKEN ! Cholera Cure s R. B. GEOUl-IEUAK'S- st lUsMik , I ol CHAPTER XXXI. -- "S-f J.u(JJ i ,U- - -- J J m1j There was a very quiet wedding nt the homo n few weeks later. Mr. Kverleigh would havo deferred It a year had tho mattor been left to him, but when did ho over dony any wish which Althea expressed? And Lyman, feeling himself vory uinvorthy, very humble, had his happiness crowned by that great gift of lovo which ho had thought to renounce when ho strayed away from tho path of honor, but which had como to him freely when ho returned tolthat path of his own accord. Only tho near friends of tho brido and groom were present Carol aud Norris, as u mattor of course nnd Undo Amos beaming his approval ujwu tho scene. " Though I did feel cut up when I henrd of it lirst. Kverleigh," ho conllded to his old friend; "do you know that I had my heart sot upon my boy and your girl making a match of it, but that littlo Carol has bewitched him, I can see; so it's all for tho best. They'll havo to wait uwhile, till Norris makes a start, but he'll do It; that deteet-Iv- o bublness shows that ho has the stuff in him. 1 think It rather a pity that he don't caro to follow that lino; but I tell you what it Is, Kvorlclgh, you'll havo Mm for your partner yet, prophesied tho littlo man, with a pardouablo enthusiasm, which brought a smilo to tho banker's face. "I shall not want a better one, Amos, since Lyman has ehooen to go buck to his clerkship. Of course, it was all that could bo done ut this time, but I don't mind tell-in- g you that I havo a achemo to benclit them both ono of theao days." Tho scheme was to admit tho two young men, upon their merits, to nn Interest In tho business, but It was not loft to Mr. Kverlelgh's generosity to briug ubout that A l'.UItY GODPATllEll. bauker's stately had shown my was afraid "Oh.no! preference almost too plainly back before and I did not want to bo hurried. I did not want any thing ubout ih t to seem llko that other time." explained Carol, not too coherently; but Norris understood, and how would havo gono much longer this on under tho eyes of the elders thcro is no telling, had not Lyman returned at that moment accompanied by his visitors. "Why, it Is Mr. Farraker!" exclaimed Carol. Mr. Farraker It was, brown, shriveled, bcnmlng, as ho shook hands with his friends and was presented to the remainder of tho littlo company. " Looks as If I had been sent here purposely to play the part of fairy godfuther on this auspicious occasion," he announced. "Fact Is, that property which wo all thought of littlo account has como up, bonanza fashion, and I had nn offer of 1 0 for It mining stock, town lots and all. That offer was too good to allow it to grow cold, so, having tho power under tho will of Anthony C'hllder to soil or dispose of tho property for the benclit of the heirs, I closed tho bargain nt once, and it Is my pleasant dutv to place the proceeds at tho disposal of Childcr nnd Miss Carol here, or the guardian sho mny choose, rather, us tho young lady is not yet of uge. That will bo Lyman, I suppose!" Lyman bent his head in answer to a look from his sister, and sho whls)crcd a few words in his car " Carol authorizes mo to say that sho has made choico of another guardian," ho siwkc, smilingly, when ho raised It. " As Norris and sho are soon to follow tho which has been set them she naturally wishes to conlldo her Inheritance to tho euro of her husband; nnd meantime, Mr. Farraker, you ran leavo your trust with Mr. Kverleigh until our arrangements aro made." Thoro was a littlo cloud on Norris' fuco now. " You nro not sorry, aro you!" murmured Carol. " I am glad, for uow both you and Lymnn can be partuers with Mr. Kverleigh." And that, in tho ond, was tho way the mattor was urranged. The firm of Kverand leigh & Co. Is a prosp ro" s no , . ..it or highno man of purer er moral principle can ! r dily found than Lyman Childcr. He is always ready to extend a helping hand to the weak and erring; though ho made full atonement for thut ono clip of his, he can nover forgot it. Kdson is null with Uncle Amos, whom ho serves with humble, grateful affection. Here, again, tho brand of sin can never bo effaced. Though rcpentaut, Kdson Is too old nnd too broken in both health and spirits to redeem himself In tho eyos of tho world. The express robbers wero brought to trial In duo time, and, with tho exception of Hod Tom, who turned Ktate's evidence, received Bovore sentences. Ingot, us 1 said bofor", faded from tho knowlcdgcof those who had known him and was heard of no moro ; it is supposed that ho escaped to u foreign laud, as tho lynx eye of tho law has failed to discover him. Itiii: i:d.J by-pla- y 50,-00to-da-to-dae -lty THE LARGEST AND FINEST jM,MTCHAELf THE HATTER, HOTEL IN THE CITY. simth avenue, - i - - - I LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY A dncoimt of t.r wn id '. order rtit tir Hats wit'i a ) of the sMtiHHnrtit, twilHwai VV' RATES S2.50 TO ING TURKISH A ' $4 PER DAY. TO rooms: ACCORD- (nn a- - on all .! KUisIN BATHS IN IIOTRI.. J. i)t THE FLORENCE THE KIRKSVH-I.- K WASHING MACHINE I hue bouzht the rijlit to .ell the Hiren e Waihin; Machine and am new preured la furnish all who may vih to mk their clothe, from the milling and tearing incident to the old proitt. of washing. Take one and try it and H- - ioniiced. I'll not worry you aSout l'U)iK unlets yuu are fully satisfied .i to it. merit.. I he undersigned hae rturchtted the 1'lorence Wa.hui? machine and after a trior iuzh trial. i pleasure in adding our tetimo) to IU orth, tale ucn in and without hesitatioti pronounce it a everrtiarticular. doiuj all thst is iliimed fur it vm iiaujneri), j iwui.c, tsaiiue, Mrs S I' Sailer, A. C. me, Hill 1'erVin.. Lewis Dudderar. 1. K. l.Min I.. I. D.'ivjn. C Vano., Mrs. Amanda i'eal., lieorce I'etlun, Ale Holw-.lawC. C fields, All'ert Cimden,bim Kilnet, K. K. Harrow, A M. and mmy others ' ". it. Jji II HeidiU.tttcrs at S. M.r.KI.KIN. ! ,Mers t ife. Thousands of dollars worth of chu kens die every year from Choi era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the AsmIC t IIlN KIRK.II ! I.. K discovery of a remedy (.natWrfifv cures it has been made, and to be conr nnd. 1 s t nf Will hold tii"r anmul vinced of its efficacy only rehires a mile fr"m Kirtille bottle is enough hi trial a , j. 2f IOoOi one hundred chickens. It is guar2y of mani;e-iieuline anteed If, after using I. lb.nl premium. anJ x .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly made till, one of the lormost st k Pair, tif ths1 satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken I' ir 1alaloi.1e.and piriw ular. aiidres., State Cholera, return it to the undersigned II WAL.K1.K, Secretary. J and your money will be refunded. Kir k.xille, K V STOCK FAIR .11 jSH ! 50-cunt- s t two-third- s for Sale !.y M. K'.erts S: Mags Ho m m Uo w 7 MtCPiLYJilX, m KentuckyCentralR.R. yV WV lYI nirvl w. sm w 11 .fV 1 rm I t--i- 1 afVl WW aiiVr "iii.i'KCJHAssudrrK. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE Ir CENTRAL KENTUCKY 1 a P Is Receiving His iii JSTflSriT, AST, T. W.ESTWIg CINCINNATI. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Stulh-llouad- SgUTH-W.ES- , s 1 FAST LINE & KM I1ETWEEN Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. LEXINGTON SCHt'.IH'I.K IN) . FLE-A.S- E observe it.wi: IT M . 4 i1 N y No V. Sun a sn S Dill) e s l.te M'ROBERTSSTAGG k WV1UL AJ6HWAWJiS8T WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. - Arr Arr I.se Arr Arr Arr Arr l,C)nlhMna . I.e jtuitfiuu IVmnith.... C .. l'arls I. summon. I'ari. . . . . ii y f m n jo I ii jo a su,ie 5 p WinthUer. ii U i it j p Itichntoud ... Lancaster.... ItiellHMHSlTTI. , 5 in . moj am y ji p m 10 1, Ji m it ot it to a m 10 to p m S i " iii h ' ,i iii I m m I 7 p p ji n p ? p ik p lit p i p .( p m ri m n n n rr r Ii Arr It.rea Arr l.eioion.. North-Ilovt- I.C 4" p j .a 5 5 p i . m; p ia ,...1 So, i. . No. y Xos " I.vu llerea l.te I.iunKsiuH... . Arr HkIiiiioiiJ .... it I.sc Minford .. S fi a w in aj a ih 41 a ih Having- secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchl.e maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. l.e Ilrnuglit Him L'p lo Tliim. ond. Tho marnago w "ITSISII MB AJ TOtf WILL." would havo tried for your lovo with tho bar of my sin and shamo between us." Ho had raised his head ; ho was looking her straight In the faeo now with mournful earnestness, aa lu declared how utterly ho j ' had given up all hope. "You havo made your confession, now Jet me mako mine. Did I did I over en- como up against him now." courage you buck before " A mist camo into tho oyes lifted to his. "You never did. It was my own "How good you havo all been to my without warrant or excuse." brother No ono seems to hold his fault " Yet, knowing y.w had such an interest against him, yet I bcllovo that very fact inracjjfelt myself In 'Luiger. I had tho makes him feel it all tho more. Think how .jfancicajjvlileh every girl riiurUhos about hard It Is for him not to bo porfectly happy, nbrfuturefljWm arrogant and urabltlou3. ' uven "Very hard. But don't you think It just It did not please mo to think of surrendering myself for only n man's true !iau; us hard that I should not b? perfectly happy yet It would havo bo?u bjite.' if I lud dotio j when so very littlo would make oio bo, 1 "Sir. Sampson," .sho tmiil, with a blush, "I watittotislt whut you uuiy think la a ceremony was over, tho very wedding breakfast ditto; In half an hour youngstiwii'jo question: Do you know If Mr. Ilrown Is a gentleman of correct moro tho pair would depart habits!" Mr. SJinpsou grow palo and upon their bridal journey, when tho bell hemmed hawed. " Well or um raug, and a visitor was shown Into tho li- yes," ho nnd " I O, Miss brary who had business with tho bridegroom. Bmith-M- Iso said. Clara-Cl- think ho Is, but A littlo " Tho brido's glance followed him anxiously later ho looked down Into hor eyes and as he left tho room; Carol, too, had a vague said : " Why Mr. did ask mo fear of some lmpendingdlaastcr, nnd Norris Ilrown, thirling!" youIlecauso I nbout ho Is " fancy read her thought lu tho slight cloud which becoming Interested In a very dear friend camo over her fair young face. "Thoro Is nothing to fear," ho said, rcas- - of mine," said tho girl, unblushingly. suriugly. " Lyman's troubloa aro all over; Attkntion 1ms been called to an interest-int- r ho kept nothing back, so there is nothing to newly-wedde- d ara o a Cincinnati I .w iMfl "' 1 . ";! -- r JMif Tii Wttwl cBH UUJL r...X j a in, 43 a in,.. Arr Kiiliinond.... It a ih to a in Uh liitinnd.... t jO p 111' o jo a in ... Arr Wmilieater .. I .$ p 1111 7 4 a in' Arr Tarn a m I.e I.cxiiii;tuii ... j ru p in! 1 a 111 1 m 11 m 7J5 I.sc I'arn a ml j 50 p m 3 40 p 111. Cpithiana ... n in ) on a in' 4 to P m I.ve Falmouth 4 51 p til 10 01 a in 5 5 P m Arr Cosingtrm, .. 6 iu p 111 1 35 a 111 0 jo p m On the Mavsvdle llraii(.h, N'a, 9 leives J'arls at 830, am and No. n, at 510,' p in, arrhin.: at MajsWIle at 1050, a m, and 740, n m No I0 leases.Maysville at cm, a in, arriving at 8jo,am Xo u leae. Masile atat 1 Pansand oc arruesat Pans nt 325, p m These tnins are daily cscepi .Stinil.iy I.te I.iiun.ler Jo ru a in j aj n in,... im I I k eW isaisisf z 111- 1- sr - raliiinmn nt 10 30 a m. Sunday only. No 11 leaves Kiilinoutlint 4 3" pm, arrises nt Casmutim ut 6 30 p in. Sunday only No 15 leaves I.exinf 7 '5 P ', arrives Paris 7 55 p m. No. 3 leases LoiliiKtoii j 1011 111, arrives ralinonth 7 j.j 1, m 7 leases raimoiiin at , 50 a ni, To at 7 Co a m arrises at Cos . inston No 3 leases C'osmctonat !)imm. nrriiesat "' CEHlBHIflLFJIPOSmOHOHIO VflLLR result of tho establishment of schools GRAND for deaf and dumb iieoplo. "Tho establishschools, In which u visual ment of deaf-mntlanguugo H taught which the pupils (and their instructors) niono understand, tends to bring them into closo association with ono nnothor, and nuturally, with this seclusion, acquaintance ripens Into friendship, lovo and and statistics show that, In this way, a doaf variety of man Is lu process of being built up. Intor-iuarrlag- EX6URilON RATES FROM ALL POINTS. atiiP JUBILEE calibrating thi Stltlanunt of thi Northwistirn Territory. UNSURPASSED DISPLAY. st r, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other trains are daily except Sunday. Direct connection is made at Winchester v.uh Chesapeake Ohio for Ml. Slerliuj, Ashland W. Va. nnd ftstern cities "ftVLW?",' vl Winches-ter- . !' SK" ?''.. ?.m, Solid train, with Pii linan ru" Sleeping Car., b,. tvveen Cinrimiati ,nd Richmond, and Win. Chester and Wa.liingtnn. Through tickets and luggage checked to any destination reached liy a railroad. t'.'s??.1'.1."1"1" ,dl,r "" asent of the Co. Jt. H.UACON, S. F. II. MOKSU, I ravclinjj Pass'g'r Act., Oetri Pa.s's'r Agt., Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. U.K. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. i" .,,. "A".' KXCKIT .SUNDAY. .MJIl Iraiimjand (are daily between Win-c- li C''"n. OenOacoa. Covington, Kontuoley. j