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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888071301 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. SERMON BY REV. A. S. MOFFETT 1 1 Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 13, d888. NO. 44. DEATH'S DOINGS. "ANTI-CHINESE .i r DEMOCRATIC CLUB.1 EDWARD H. FOX, after a low day' illiu- -, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, Laurel County Joins Hands With Her Sister At the Dedication of the Presbyterian Andrew Tucker departed thiH life at the , Counties In Organizing For an Old KenChurch, Stanford, Ky July, 0, ICY. , rcnidcricc of his Squiie tucky Majority of 60,000! 1888 HamOed to llU elegant niw f.iuttlint. nnnnt.t. C'miB l.viui, Tniwluv mornliift aged M. London, July 12. Last Monday after' I.e. .T...v.l.l '. unto inc the poton"ice and l better than ever prepared to I was glad ,IiH irrAmmn.l.,1.. ft m.1.1.. ...t.W f. familv I,,h heen down with noon the goo democrats of Liurel coun... ,uu,iu win, line ,itiiirc r r. W ffROYALMSVIS "w Irani II... House of theb.nl. ctuHgu Into photograph to life me, S.itufaction guaranteed. the tcrrihle di.se and J,i make, the ty took advantage of the opportunity aflrtiilniM ilfJ:i. and remained until after the unfortiir. KE1D. J.G. HOCKER.SEC A C. SINK, Sl'PT iM 'con"i.i.. ..i. from it. Mrs. Tucker, who forded, it being county court day, to ormm... .i t... which .von liave mm- mi) miwu int .i i i. nun iiu- riiiiirn t inun wan .Miais Alhe l.ynn, has heen vervlow-- KUiiizo a Democratic (Jlub. In the abini'uin, i"' i.mir in.... . Intiuvht i .u,.,. STANFORD ..iii. iiuicli Kev. S. S. .Mcltnhcrhs continued , , . looked forward hut she ami her on y remaning child is sence of the chairman of tliei ountycom-initteand solicitude, has come. UM...H ii vld. 1.tosii.ly the pulpit on alternate Sale improving, though ,,... MILL CQHP8NY 1I011I) le . Hon. J. A. Craft called the demand . ,,,.,,, ?.,. nervouswi lent storm, on the IMh of April, ss'i lmtlmat In ervaW unt the we svstem to ocrats to order and uri.'od in a few loss ,. i,ii, Manufacturers ot ,.. cons rained wrecked the sanctuary in oiianii'irmtV0ffmi tension. Mr. icker was a ...... for IihIi .. words the importance of organiFlooring, Weatherboardlngr, Celling, i. m to lay nside all ache minis . crial "rt . , your fathers 11 ......i.i. lliptist church ami. a zation. W. C. Webb was chosen tempomember of iiu..,,nr,H...,l Flnlahing Lumbor, Mouldings, Sash, Work. The history of the per un- our hearts were ,. century, Etc. Sash. Doors and Blinds always cituen. His remains rary chairman and M. T. Craft tempoiary , ......... tiu.i ...i.fi M.,.w,i t.M.t heen .. . 'I'liet, i!..! i.... in mi ,....' . .... u were interred heside Ids little daughter, no r.iuin iuiijv tiMiium iieiier Kiiunii , In stock. secretary, und although no previous noitnpropitious many of you than nivm-l- ami I make no withlield, the time seemed who preceded him lint a lew davs. in tice hail been given the democrats of . .. to asume the great . hiinien 01t reinnm- t further reference to it. One vear mio . . .i.viin i.iiiinv .niirviiiir I'liiiinii. .. . .1 inn the county of any intention to organize ll" Ihitn.sen.hled r..u...lntii. f tl.l houm, . I..1.I; to- ig. Xv .Uilcv Withe,;, MT. VERNON, KY. who has heen ize a club, .. names were enrolled by the d day we dedicate it to the cost sanctuary, yon ."! 1' "'! hl ,ud health for several vears, died secretary and in less than that many " services 01 me covenant keep ng imm on,,, leeo veil 10 rise up met '" , .. Thu old and Hotel i still maintain-In- ? or, , srael the Jodofourfathe.andour(i(Ml. luesilav .,at, the , lioine of his brother, minutes a club was duly organized, fully undertaken in alth and work, itv fine reputation. Charges reatonable. SpeCincinnati, where ho olllcered and christened "The KJ , f we this cial attention to the traveling public. has been hn.nght by the provide. U.;.frth,ly H,tw,, the houset0of l!od; ,,,, , ,)Lvn 0l.t,h,r ,,,,- .t.r . M. P. NEWCOMI), Prop., Oodtocomplo.lon, and on this a.s ,. foril (rlof ,,. nese Democratic Club of Laurel County." n,Mrt (f ti(stuIiuc tht. Mr. Uoorge T. Karris, one of the livest Sjtt. Mt. Vernon, Ky. ,KM,cate it unto His wonh.p His praise cloiw n.or..i.., we enter tins vo ..pick iM fi(tt.r j( (f Mf democrats in the State, was made Piesi- R. S. alARTIK. w.rvlce, for the reading and pro- - S. Withers ami Ids NO. M. PHRKIN edillce grateful tlmt no civsualty has be-- llll( V. of .1..... ,... uimn- .. mother a Hrodiikad, Kv.,Mav, iSij. iiiiii.ivuiiu ,!.., lllliespeecil ThMpowder never .ine. A mirvel ol purity fallen any of thoM employed in its eiee-- 1 rlainiim; of His word, for the celebration .Iiidp Winfred and Carroll ltailcy. Ho More economical taking the chair. W. C. Webb, henth and hleimenei Albright .V Martin beg to inform Hacrainents of His nppointinent, was constable fora Ions: time, wan dopu- - Oil tion; gnitoful for the unbroken harmo- - f ... ,. ,. , ilran the ordinary Kinii, and cannot be old in friends and customers of the change in their manj firm narni. . Howard, H . .. OUllg, f. J. Hllsiell, competition with the multitude of low test, hort to y and fraternal fcelin? whicii nave fur theolleriii,' unto him the sacrillceof ... .... wi n l !ir we,ih lum o' pnoM'htc powder Sold only in . III . . l.lllt'V .'.. u.u .l iinw .1. V. Klliott "" lU'llll .PIHIIH I , ii.il iit-- i nalULIHS, -- m.101111 cans 1111. Koval IUkino I'omper Co., MARTIN & PERKINS, char.ic.e.i.e.unseme.pnse n., , praise. .My pniyer, ,,s7, WW ,,.,.,,, to . tVi W ill Street, New York. oting, 'Ireasurer and M. T. Craft, ceptlon; pmte ul for the privilege of p e- - tllH 10UM. be rendered lor.ons by the The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repu().(V lljmM,lf Tu, ,inrthl.r llM.nllrll. Secretary. Committee on Credentials, will! nP tation of the old, but intends to make many HonthiK this home rva.od li vrwi.luv of irt 0ly Spirit, iimkinK the (1, , j S,,tll.nilll ,Wl) ,iU,Wf M,., the manufacture of tobacco vvhich ! Kesolutions and Member, VuA 1IIllo saha-will be to the interest of our customers. We will hands and willinj:hea.s. to Him who ..(i , H,, tlu. ,,mv,r Mm Sin,h cia.ksville, To'i.u., ship were appointed and a meeting or- devote special attention to our Natural teal ....... Iiml has !,,!," ,,,,l,, n,,.,,,. i.n.,. ihiuuihU. . .. - ' brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you " "" ..1. ' n . . . . .survive ,him. lie was exceeilumiv pop- - dered for .Sit unlay, . Inly IM. The mem- . here a iii none oiuer haw opened a llrick arJ in t now have 3 ooo forpast favors and asking for a continuation 01 ,. .. ..... iiiMiseiie imieeii a iseuu'i "" said, "This is my 111,11 1111,1 1111,1 n i .1 i.iuu hers collectively and individually are a.s brick readj for ntc, ir Respectfully yours, ill take contract to your trade, e remain, l,,,U . "f i,W lwi,n" keep m fresh mean now ! ,,,n ,hr, ,U' r,ti; , The remains were brought here Wed- - fine a set of democrats as the good old build them In u all 11V to-in V.inArsda1e' and um furninh tho it, Ileef ce'hr Will, glad hearts we ae.uble H,0 01lr ,(,llN. W t RA.MSKV mwi(v LOUIS SOHLEGEL, democratic Commonwealth of Kentucky and Mutton at ah time ; in this Kinctuary we have builded or' ,g, mitoal them that call upon 111...; tlaceme- - allords, and much eiithusiaMii prevails ,l,llt of the sa hnist u, Him in truth. dehovah. The langua-gt(,n. M and great good to poor, LADIES & GENTLEMEN -' -since we have solemnly dedicated this --trulv voice the seutinieiit of hiiolinl Laurel is expected to result from this ICY, KICUMOXD s.un lioiwe to the woiship of Jehovah to orsTAXHoim they In Memory erv heart, ''1 was glad wih-iof the His praise and service, obviously anyl Of our dear, beloved brother (icorgie move. "So mote, etc." The club uni u.Itrt me, us go into the hmte on I keep nice and Photographs in all styles and sites. Pictures in inciter form is the regulation Cleveland white street a keep evenneat little store neatI. and very ulili-lthan; nice and m not Mi111T1.lv ili'Vn- - S pootiamore, who fell asleep in death at Htcs with i.v,.r,.i., lulu lti ii cheap; oit nu get hunjry or dry, thi i the India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New deKy., at p plug and the broad bandana, and we are place to buy If s on don't believe mc, call and signs in Frames aai Mats at very low.prtces. g . and Hiscouits with praise; timial, all lectures, entertainment, ex-- 1 hishonie In Lincoln bursting with patriotic zeal'. Whoo-'U- c RepcctfLiiv, j T HARRIS ble.s IIU hibitions any exercise that Is not truly be thankful unto Him and wray for Cleveland and Thurinan is yood; His mercy worship is out of place in the hou-- e of that dread diseav, typhoid fever, and name. For the Ird is vverlastin", ami His truth eudiiii'th the Lord. "Holiness bisometli Thine his siiileriugs were so" great, still lie bore Who Is He After? THE GERTS' FURNISHER, it ' murmur of com- alily, not to all cenerations." Ours is a faithful I,,,,,,,., o Lr., forever." To the Kditor Interior Journal I have purch xed the lumier jard ofMenrs. A win. let us icnember when we en- l; our fathers ,,-- ; I am much surprised t see the injus,ov,,.at keeping 513 4th St., Louisville. M llru e aid will open George I) Wearen anJ n,' we v.,nt jt m.mwj that it was not the Lord's tice manifested in some of the would-b"the hmiw of the a bit; yard at the oie purchited of Mr Wearen. perienced His faithfulne-- s, and a brief The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, I Ileiidcs lumber of this church should come to praise, to hear and to will for him tostay with us longer. He great ones in our community. I have a large line of v, in r uh and dretted, and will carry reference to the ind iw sahe, dor ihinlei, ingline will atways be found in my store. I am by all who knew .lot been unmind-- worship Jehovah. As our Lord drove, "ill he sadly ini-- cd fern rf firmerly o1d by agent pots and will prove (iod hath reference to the condemnation heaped latht.Wearen. the13pi kes tor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the b (, HOCKEU Mr. t of the temple who Is.ught and best Laundry in the world. ful of His covennnt nor hath He forgot- on our worthy and most beloved friend, Geo. o. Hames, in reference to oiiie of ten Hisiwople. Hev. David Hice, the sold, saying, "Take these tilings hence; lt.atliv, never had but very little the Farmers of Lincoln and Eivery, eed and .Sale (Stable, No his teachings about the Christian rehg of the I'reshvterian church in make not mv Father's house a house of'ness ifuring his short pilgrimage. Garrard Counties from' Virginia in merchan.li.," so let us expell all secu-- i 'ne would have thought that the death ion. Xow, sir, agreeablv to the wouldKentuckv came t!,' and worldly anxiety, ail 0'i GeSe be knowing ones of this intelligent com- The Stanford Roller Mills C impinv wants your preached at Danville, Cane Unn and lar bu jUklt i tht blomi of youth, vet wo knw munity, if a man honestly thinks he is whole whrat crop of iSJ3. and will pay incavh the the Forks of Dix Kiver. As the result levity and frivolity from our hearts ell laltors, and those as. 'we enter into the house of the l.ord. that he is far happier than if here, lie right, it is right to him. Hut should Mr. lushest market price for it Do not the without of his Mill or lirst seeing Superintendent Potts at vv rm ir fcociiiteil witli him. Transvlvauia Presbv-- Here we come to worhip and commune was not a member of any church though 15 I' FOSIKH, the undersigned. "WV. irnes oiler to take the same liberty, oh, X M, 11, ' Pre Stanfurd he expressed n gieal desire to 1m. Two v..v' r 'mt was organi.sl, ..iii. He. M,..i.l ,.iii, .1i..i...f,.i, is all in the tire! The Good Hook-tery vear ago he rame ve.y near joining the the fat Iinally "1 was glad, said the psalm- - ,.hurch, hut put it oir For some cause Hice, Moderator, at Danville, Oct. tit, says, "Happy is lie that condeinneth not Tss&SZES I six months before the formation it, "w lien they said unto me, Let us go known to Ids friends, though we cannot himself in that thing which he allow W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Do you help feeling assured that he is resting of the (Jeneral Asscmblv at I'hiladi'I-- ! into the house of the Lord." eth." Xow, sir, if some of those who tire LONDON, KY , vtit u i.. l ..... ..t.. r.UU.r.'in HIM Jit,.i..k.t.l Itl till. Ifitrwltllt if tll.t nV-II.. i tlllll t' Itt l n ""iniMji ' un He tolii ill MU.UU "'n.vui night nttiiu, censuring Mr. Harries would study the To The Voters of Lincoln County: phia, in May, 17S7 his parents on the belore Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire or is it dull and irksome? l,is ,lt.jmrture tliat lie was not afraid to above quoted scripture they would v terms. London Is the most have been lost, the exact date of the or-- 1 Urd's hou-The Ta II iok are now re.i ly f ,r t333J and I on reasonablethe railroad to reach places convenpoint on in the tlit vc Kverbodj will ientthe mountain section of the State. of the church at Stanford is This is n searching question, for if we to die and that he felt like he was going ganiwition be a little more lenient towards our amreadyti in to please come forward and pav earls ' fo Heaven to his Lord, ami wanted I) Nf.WI.ANI),S I. C not known hut that the church was in tlud no jovin Ids worship ami service, it side friends to so live that when thev too friend, who, I am constrained to say, T .... f.,..., .....!- - .. t,.,.L- .,f . to (;,.,t,i ln,L- nf his . r , is ..: teaches some of the grandest truths of existence as early as 1Iw lhe ro h, ....v.-- . ... ... there, lie was a loud, devoted ami ole any teacher I have ever heard. Some of .mi thefact that ai a meeuiigoj imMILLERSBURG LONDON, KENTUCKY, held that vear at Paint Lick, ltev. exceeding great and precious piomises" dient son, a true, loving biother, and an those very persons, whoare loud in their He has left an of our Itedeemer. David always faithful friend. Mrt'oiincl wasaiioiiited"tosupplvtwo and salvation condemnation of Mr. H.irnes, are teach- - FEMALE COLLEGE! CAPT, FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. " found pleasure in the service of the ing I'uliv as nianv errors, and gross ones, Sabbaths at l.lucoln A Modern Progressive School! Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished, s About the same jlate a sister of Vol. lien sanctuary, "my sou. lonvei 11, jea, even jU1i fri0M,. "fis lianl, very hard to too. Look at "the jarring con.iicti.ui Kare and Reasonsble Prices. Day and nighl gave a lot in the tow u of Stanford fainteth for the courts of the Lord." "I ive up our dear brother, though the all- - teaching ill our tOWli; but tliev have Where your daughters i e tught Logan wise Providence does all things well, come true omen, as well as throughly m.truct-le- t Trains are met by Polite PortersJ'of this Popular formed llll ailllistico-Vo- U for the erection of a house of worship, had rather be a doorkeeper in the house House. He has seen proper to take (.icorgie . . u,.i4.iii existence as enrlv i..f the ,r.i man t,. nweii 111 tin. leuis nf and I will let von alone. me alone and o the ei.unii . from this sinful world to renin above Is the service of the ...:,,. lmi, ..1.:.., mir noo. ,,.,!..,, .,lrts How we apples do swim. All of which LlltKAIUHt, SUIt.MUt, AKI S muaiu. Tim mid thenJIre facts which imh-- i wickedness. 1B((DTEIL9 UKV C POPK President, Address the church was organized two or Itnl's house a delightful exercise to our are o'er flowing with grief and our home i, most rosneetfullv submitted. rate me ousiness, ine is so desolate without him; vet 'tis com is a souls: orMRa s C T.tL'F.HEART, Kciuc.micr, .IfsTICK. STANFORD, KY., three years earlier. The church forting to know that we can go to him, Ldy Pr ipil j; century vld and we celebrate its centen jdeasiires and enjoyments of eartlt are- although he cannot .come to ns. As he Millersburg, Ky E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. Pixs. Pins weie worth a dollar a paby dedicating this housi to given up forever at death, but the wor- crossed the dark river of death eartli nial service of (iod, which lost an attraction while Heaven gained per in lSl'J, and very poor at that. Then ship praise and the worship of (iod. His funeral was preached at Cio- - it took 14 processes to make a pin; now This old and Hotel stilt maintains the This is the fouith house of woiship His people ., begin heie in .,.i,-i.m- eaithlvione. church hy hid Peeples, a Meth-- ) only one machine, which finishes and its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. s.x shen .1...:.. j...........u .................. have built here with, Mil. lll.il., in ...v.. ,ll,,l l,!u l.ii.l the Presbyterians ....t sticks them into the paper. Saving pins ed that it shall be second to no country Hotel in of , )Uryin;.),.(mil(s , lhl. the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attenin a century. The first was a small in heaven. If the praise and worship Meillclno for Throat anil Lung gfave-varXo more will we half a century aio was as important tion to his 'iuesti. llaggage conveyed t and church erected on the lot given by the tloil allords us joy and gladness, we( Dudderar has long been, ami still is, Ayer's see his sweet, pleasant countenance or as saving cents, and heme the habit from depot free of charge' Special accommoda- Ixinans. near theresideuce of Ir. ISourr.e. have a foretaste of the bliss of heaven; (.'berry Pectoral. It cures Croup, tions to Commercial Travelers. ,o,- - near i..s n,s cai mi we nope o then formed sticks to miny elderWhooping Cough, Bronchitis, and JYtMivoi.; vi,w." tlieW will Uevs. Hice, Mct'onncl ami others preach wo mav with iovousconndencc look ; mwt hm of tho wanl to the time when we shall behold ,H, m( mm mt,snft for tw Jmu NlVll ly gentlemen, whose coat sleeves are ork. K. DAVIS. J. II HILTON'. Asthma; soothes irritation ed here occasionally for about ten yeais, Larynx anil Fauces; strengthens tho the piuein heart for they namented with rows of thorn rescued l'inley, of 'ham, the King in His beauty" ami "dwell in "Hlesst-darwhen Kev. Samuel 3ST & 3D ATT Vocal Organs; allays soreness of tho from loss. Then it was that pin money shall s(, l iod," South Carolina, became the llrst pastor, the house of the Lord foiever." up had u significance, but now the cost of Lungs; prevents Consumption, ami, nt er break OK SLURS IS "Whre IVI1 and gone is our di ir one, ovon In advanced stages of that iliseaso, and was ordained and installed by And S iltuath have no ind" Many a tear have we shed; pins is not a twentieth part as great as relieves Coughing anil Induces Sleep. 1717. lie MKll Picshytery May llth, Dark is the home that was onci- o bright, the cost of perfume) y. It is estimated Tlioro Is no other preparation for suinls of nil agus in hamonj meet, was for ten years the pastor of this "When-thROWLAND, KV., I'nr our dear Ocorgie is of tho throat and lungs to bo com- that from seven to ten tons of pins are and brethren, trn.HJtttd to rit; church and pleached at Ilustonville also, Thiir Mvir hems nf rapture unceasinl roll, pared with this remedy. We loved our precious brother, W lule the an a new stock of Men's and Itos' Havcjiist made in the Cnited Mates each week. high grade, besideseonductinga Clothing, llats Cans, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Ooods, Wc lovsid him far too wsJI, "My wife had a distressing couch, ofthsttoul." And tht milof the Loid is the Notions and Family Groceries. Also dealers in with pains in thu sidu anil breast. Wo And the trrlef e ftlt at puttlm; of which .ludge Samuel McKee, Chief Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Coal Countr) produ, e taken in exchange for tried various medicines, but 110110 did No mortul tongue can Ull. There was much moie of the sermon EK)ds at hmlic-- t market tincc Come One. tome Itobeitson, tiov. Letcher, Judges The best salve In the world lor cuts, bruises, .Justice her anv good until I got a bottlo of .all, anu le.irn tne ajvanta;es In trade. above, hut the rest was not sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever res, tetter, chap1xmi is tin. home and sad the hHir, Ayer's Uherry Pectoral, which has cured Win. Owsley, Hoyle and (ireeii were pu- than the ped Hands, chilbl lins, cornsjjind all skin erupher. A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, hail tho Moll'ett desires to Whsnce thy dear smile ft gn; 1871. 1888. pils. After ten years' successful labor, written out. Mr. measles, ami the cough was relieved by tions, and positively cures piles, or no pvy reHut Oh a brighter hninr than ours, Mill, i,iu ,.wmr:il relation was dissolved, but thank l!ev. S. S. McUoberts for much of Cherry l'eutoral. L thu uso of Aver's quired. It is guir.inteed to (five perfect satisfacIn Heaven, C.tirii', is now thine uivn tlTliM havo no hesitation In recorumeudlug this to preach icgulaily to the the historical data given, or money refunded Price jj cents per bo tion he continued Wc wept whn we saw our durlimr, rcirsaleby A. R Penny, Mintord, Kv years and then removed church for w ,R.n lltMl I lid from our sight ,t mi bo toUm died in IM:.. es wept for our hearts were breaking, to Missouri, where ho al)(ll)t to w nominatetl last ,llrNll to every 0110 nfillctpd." Robert ITorton, Renews Her Youth. l' And bleeding at every pore. . California Meanwhile the Foreman Headlight, Morrillton, Ark. delegation Mr. P.i'tfbeChesley, Pctersn, Clay Co., Iowa " I havo been nlllictud their house of worship, and J tImt tlll.lrMilt0 oum The common idea that a woman can tells the following remvrkable story, the truth of for forty j ears. Last springwith asthma I was taken Col. Hen Logan gave the congrega- u ifrilw, ..,,.1 not throw a stone has been lately dis- which is vouched for by tne residents of the town: ' j with a violent cough, which threatened , " ,.t ii..t. i"""1 v "" i .. t with kidney to terminal!.) my days. Kvoryono tiona iii'eu io nun iui " " his Chinese record was crammed down proved in Wheeling, V. Va., and in a I am 73 yin old, nave been troubled not. me hi consumption. 1 falo Springs for a church and burying their throats. Their motto was "Hlaine most tragic manner. .Miss Maiy Ingold, complaint and Uincneis for many j Iears; could from, to try Ayer's Cherry l'cctoral. am free dress myself without I'elp Now ground. A large log church with gallery or Hust," and when they could not get of that place, went out walking with a pain and soreness and am able to do all my own! Its effects were magical. 1 wai immeill-ati'l- v relieved and continued to lmprovo A OFFUTT, Proprietor, LEBANON, KV across each end, was soon erected on Hlaine it i reasonable to suppose that young man named Klmer. They came housework. I owe my thanks ts Klectrie Hitters until nnrlrely recovered. "Joel Billiard, is partially included in having renewed my youth and removed com-- I this lot, which Ciillforil, Conn. concluded to bust, and so took liar- - to the banks of a river and started to for ' Doors, Sash, Illinds, Frames, Casing, Hue Moldthey pletely all dUeae and pain. Try a bottte 50c and ings Mantles, llrackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, 'i " Six months ago I had a Rovero the cemetery, and the name, of the risen. Louisville Times. cross it in a skill' that was kept there. $1, at A, It, Penny's Drug Store, llalusters, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, of rho lungs, brought on by an 1411 church was changed from Stanford to Counters, Floon,ig, Siding, Shingles, Laths, While Klmer was bailing out the boat, cough which doprived mo o( Rough and Dressca Lumber. There are so many persons who do Miss Ingold, in sport, picked up a lhttlalo Spring. Hero your fathers worsleep and rest. I tried various remeSend for prices before buying elsewhere. stone Worth Knowing, dies, bat obtained no relief until I beunder the ministry of Hcvs. not know that Owingsville, Owerisboro and tossed it toward shipped him, intending to Mr, V, H, Morgan, merchant, Lake City, Fla., gun to tuko Aver's Cherry Pectoral. A 10 ami Owenton are diilerent towns, yet Dixon, Yantis and Uoot, for nearly I few bottles of this medicine cured me." have it fall in the water and splash him. was taker, w ith a severe Cold, attended with a disMrs. K. Cobarn, PJ Second at., Lowell, The church session was com- they are all county scats and are located She missed vears. Cough and running inn Consumption in her aim and the stone struck tressing Muns. stages. He tried many so called popular posed of Hugh Logan, (leorgu Davidson, widely apart. 1 ho little horizon which Klmer on the head, breaking his skull. its hrst remedies and steadily grew worse. Was "For children afllieted with colds, TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. cough Wallace, uicnarti uauies aim a surrounds a neighlorhood is the entire Andrew coughs, sure rhro.it, or eronn, I do not Having recently equipped a tine Roller Mill in Allive in it and these He was dead in two minutes after the reduced in llesh, h dilficulty ill breathing and know- - of anv remedy which will givo world to many who few veara later, of Joseph Wallace, the town of Stanford that wedefy any Mill to was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's occurrence. more speedv relief than Ayer's Cherry equal in quality of rtour, we think the rituens ot S. Hocker, Hugh Hays, are the kind of people who are "taking len Logan, P. for Consumption and found immediate Pectoral. I have found It, also, invalu-ablthe county should have county pride enough ts in cases of Whooping Cough." rutronire and sustain the same we wish to It cannot he denied that cremation is relief, and after using about a half doien bottles Charles Craig and Champ Caiter, all of moie papers now than they have time Hourhon News. whom it may concern that we are In the Ann Low'nv, PJ.17 Washington street, to read." and has had no return of the a growing practice. Crematories are be- found himself well whom have entered into rest. market to buy your wheat and corn and will al J'.ostou, Mass, disease. No other remedy can show so grand a ways give the highest market price for same. We About 18:17, thu congregation, under The fiend who thinks it fun t" inquire ginning to pay expense's in thin country, recardof cures as I)r. King's New Discovery for added some new machinery to our corn meal and can now make meal to suit any the charge of Kev. Timothy Uoot, began "Is it hot enough for you?" should bo ami at the crematories of Europe thuru Consumption, Guaranteed t do just what is Ayer's Giierry Pectoral, !have It cannot he equalled by any other mill claimed for it, Trial bottle free at A. R. Penny's vicinity We solnit a trial in our flour and the erection of the third house of wor- Hung into a furnace lire" and roasted were 1,400 incinerations last year. ruKi'AKKn nv deoartmeut. All having grain in our line Bit0 oi tl,,s ,,uil(linKi through and through. t And when his Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured Drug Store' ship, iil for sale will please call at the Mill, where our Si Co., Lowell, Mass. Dr. J. C. Ayer agent will be found at all times, who r;!l give the which, "wing to the financial depress bodv is .well baked it should bo placed by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price jo cents. Nas- -j That Hacking Cough can be so quickly cured best prices for same. Ilran and shipsliiiTialways dold by all Druggist. Price Jl; sit bottles, J 5. Injector free. McKoberls Jt Stajj, Stanford; by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. McUoberts W. N. POTTSM in stock. sion of that period, was not completed on liigli, beneath the scorching noonday Co., McKinuey. Crow Stigg, Stanford: bones are dry. Supt., Stanford Koller Mill Co 151 tf. Crow ii Co , McKlnnoy. until 184U, when the name of the church sun until his Of Ihix, j IS-V) win changed to Stanford. Itev. Timothy Hoot remained heie yearn ami removed to Alahama in 18111. He WllHMICCecded ill l.V liCV. S. S. Mcltohcrt", church 'iM-nm- regularly until M,cm,led hy Hey. ;l , , ' ''-'- l BAN-VIW.R- father-in-law- 1 J I -- i.mli - - -' , 1 . ,,.. e, (.-- 1 11 " 1 1 1 ..... ... I. ' ,,.,. Pan j PLWmG well-chose- n ... I f '7; - 'newcomb hotel. well-kno- ,,. ,,, ,,, Anti-Ciii- -' POWDER I 1 jj Absolutely Pure. si-t- er u.-- I - 1 I I .... !...!..!.. t. Umiik-jjivJi,- B .... ,., ,, l.- 11 1 d ,,,, .... ,, ... - tiitii-lli- ,, ... ,,,, 11111 1 lOIKT-- 11 i ,,,,,., 1 T-- BHICZ: YARD I I I ""1 : MARTINA-PERKINS- ( e- down-trodde- n PHOTOGRAPHER, j i 1 l't ii'if i I thniik-uivin- j "i!! lihl'k; Si 11 ! , LT7MBEB YARDI I WOOD WALLACE, t(M-int- J!? .ft i ) e hl-to- rv 1 ,hc JiMiJZ Irrgi;;:: tr sick-pione- er t0 17' 1 - j s g I i-- .Ol- -r I - 1 - un-17- j TASES! iZgn&&zi!MmfMgBr , fZrfSlkjrSfMr --- -. v ' 111 l '.. J e, prob-ahl- ren-iv- - 1 - I..I-.- - 30-- tf - nm. JACKSON HOUSE. t'onrt-Honse.- , First-clas- ' howtobe-apparentl- y , v. 1 30?-t- f. , 1 MYTilBS well-kno- to-da- y 1 i ,,.,,..,- 1 ti-- The Favorite Dlfll-culti- es d. I , e ECXLTO XS 1 - dU-eas- General Merchandise, opi-nc- a dt-fl-d ft ' w lo-o- SVIIil - ... ... I Lebanon Planing '-'0 congi-egatio- ,,, "',,,.,, Cough Medicine de-gro- iu,i ,!,:. -- demo-LSO- HHHHjHjlH deter-mine- d hem-orr- t K i NOTICE I o '-'J m AV ...V. 17- - '''"" 'w'''"'-'"'i- ' iiiiiiiinni.i,i' is.. - T - ' JWWBW1 1144 S& Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., JufA 13, 1S88 NEWS CONDENSED. -- Col. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. CRIPFING SPRINGS. Jesse llurrus died suddenly at Salvia. Stanfokd, A race war is imminent in Critten- W. P. WALTON, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GROYER CLEVELAND, Of Kor Nv York. Viccl'reiiilent, Of Ohio. ALLEN G. THUR!)IAX For Judge of den county, Ark. president (ten. Diaz was of Mexico without opposition. The government has seized $7i0,0(H) Woith of Mormon church property. Mat George stabbed Bill Thomas to the heart in a row in Clark county. The Hood in the Monoiigahela did damage amounting to over S 1,000,000. Nearly 10,000 Italian emigrants have arrived in this country in the past six months. S. Clements is canvassing the J. uli district for the democratic nomination for Congress. Kighty public building, costing the Nicholasvillo. Mr. Sparks was on Wednesday elecgovernment Sl'l'.OOO.OOO, are now in In later times nnd ted president anil Lynn Hudson superin- boon deemed swordslining side arms have course of erection. the presents for A For Sheriff of Lincoln County, I'nless thegovernordoes something, tendent of the Danville, Nicholasvillo deeds of during on the battle Hold. But deem the picu'iit to be made vou toBrooks, the murderer of l'reller, will and Lexington Turnpike Co. T1IOS. D. NEWLAND. hang at St. Iiuis day as mure in union in this christian Jim Penman, who eloped with age, with tlio sweet simplicity of Drip- And in no event Koohostor's wife about a year ago, will any profit be added and many lots will be sold Gov. McCreary has presented the ping Spiiti'.'- -' surroundings mid with the low state of health. character 01 the respected landlord, who at HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Coat Sale It turns out thnt Judge l'ulliiini, of Shelby county democratic club named is back again in a KrcckcnriilKc, killed Miller because lie in his honor with a large and handsome Mrs. Hoohosters till lingers in foreign nas so devotedly ministered to the hapand in the Clothing Department only. piness of his guests. parts. refused to submit to blnckiiiuil. flag. The great lesson of tho volume d Mrs. W. F. Kvans and tier son, Mr. is a disreputable fellow, who The Confederate Association of Kenyou is love, I rotlierly H. (5. Kvans left bust Monday morning kindness" and charity. The greatist into an excellent family where he tucky has adopted a badge in the shape No in on the author ot diiMianity is was not wanted, and the woman who of a button with a picture of General for Hed Sulphur Spring, Va. At Lexdoing good." ington they will be joined by Mrs. Hen- that "He went about risked all for his love has sully paid the Lee. Your guests, one and all, bear testiTen per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. A smu(!go.for mosquitoes set lire to ry Owsley, Miss Mary Owsley and Mr. mony penalty of parental disobedience. They to your constant etfnils todothein together happily owing a farm house near Sault .Ste. Mich,, Win. Owsley, of Midway. have not lived good niidimiki' thciu happy. A little' son of Dr. II. P. Fiom vour eliaraot'T and conduct do to his brutish nature and more than burning to death two men and two chil& about a week ago swallowed a toy boll, not think they omild make nu a pus-ou- t once she has been forced to return to dren. would bo more apjnopriate or that her father's house. I'ulliani wanted to The faction war between the Hoses made of bras and about the size of an more acceptable. With my sincere a raise, so he trumped up the and Fustons in Whitley county resulted ordinary marble. He was sick for a day make obliged to leave you and for your charming miest- -, I shall ever charge that Miller had been intimate in two persons being killed and a dozen or two, but since then has seemed vour and their friend. well, suffering no inconvenience with his wife,, which nobody believes wounded. IL M. .M.C.wtTV, getting his victim in whatever. for an instant, and The bodies of an unknown man and F.ditor of Jessamine .lout mil. daughter of Bessie, the his office he confronted him with the woman were fished out of the river at noti: ntoM ik. si..i'(iiiTi:u. accusation, at the same lime telling him Louisville mutilated and with stones Prof. A. M. Burbank, of Atlanta, Ga., 1 wish to say to the public that Dripformerly of this place, died at the home ping Springs is now full; cann it take that o,000 would hush the matter up, tied to their feet. Flour-Ilnr-rcl- H Molasses-- , Sugar- Village, X. II., Gerrge M. of tier parents on Saturday morning of any more lady bo inters until Tuesday. Good but that u failure to sign a check for that At amount, which he had filled up, would .Smith took a drink of bromide, which he typhoid fever, after a brief illness. In- Un that day so vend are to leave and Sale T. R. forfeit his life within live minutes. Mil- supposed to be brandy, and in ten min- terment hero Sunday evening; services there will ha live or six nice rooms vaby Hev C. B. II. Martin, I). 1). ler refused to sign and the brutal coward utes he was dead. cant. I cm accommodate a few more 111., A cablegram announces that Peter David Clark murdered linn in cold blood, lie waivNear Sandwich. young inon, also eau nivominodato day ed examination and went to jail, but and his wife were found hanging in a Gilchor and bride have arrived at boarders, hut no more rooms for ladies From there they will go to Am- until public sentiment is so strong against corn crib. They left a paper saying they Tuesday. sterdam and after after a few weeks to him that precautions have been taken died for each other. On Stturday, July I (. wulii and to prevent Judge Lynch disposing of his power boiler exploded at Schiedam. If there are any other tow lis night, wv htv.' .1 A hii', e n !? and ca.e, of which it seems he ought to have the Adelaide Silk Mill, at Allentown, the Fatherland whose names end in come Iy nnd two bands of music; 2o cts. sole jurisdiction, l'ulliain is now in the l'a., killing three persons and seriously "dam," Pete will hunt them up and visit admits to all tlir-of th mii. Stxt.uii Louisville jail. them. injuring several others. arrivals and that many or more A young man of Danville, who was One of ICdison's phonographs, now Pious, will nn. oiu it'll Tins is the season for men who seek a on the way back to this country, will passing a huildiugn few niglitsago where ' what di with th tit. to herald their little brief notoriety, JCE CKKAiM FRKKZKRS contain the to'nes of Gladstone, a song colored men are accustomed toasomblo, Dr. J. C. Cain an I vii. who-change of political faith and the repub- by 1'atti and a speech by Balfour. ages in; y ur, mid who ur hoard a while orator declaiming to them lican papers are full of stories of the ninety, at her.. The governor Jias appointed Judge in grand style. He told them in effect The old : ouip; ;n in . in dix-will t!t hall nt :! ed democrats who announce that they II. Snead, of Frankfort, to succeed that the devil would certainly got theiii .'.lock e. m. Miliy i st. Keiy will vote for Harrison, Morton and proDr. Duvall as member of the Board of if they did not vote for IlairNon, and he Yiii! I co r mi b ir to,- ol.l. t loan in tection. Most of these stories are manu- Managers of the Feeble Minded lusti actually spoke of tlielieautiful old null. ' t k. B A D factured for ellect, but here is a genuine tute. t IMKII man bandanas as "thoe rod snot rags' and surprising change: Judge Frank T. T. R. IV A Miss Jennie WaUton, of Louisville, This was very ugly in the orator. Heed, a leading republican and the reWin. M. Hue's training and side stawas burned to death Wednesday, her publican nominee for governor of TenEIJ-GANclothes taking lire while she was trying bles were burned, it is thought accidentCJRI-KTEA nessee four years ago, wlien the repubally, on Tuesday evening alout "o'clock. to extinguish the blaze from a coal-or largest vote it lican ticket received the J horses, some belonging to Sarsaparilla, and bo suro you got it, of them 2 stove. T. R. WALTON'S. ever received in Tennessee, has come Iloge and Murphy, leading lights of Mr. Hue and some to persons who put when you want the licst out for Cleveland and tariff reform. g It It its forty years the Engineer and Firemen's Brother- theni with him to be trained, perished. NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS tT of unexampled sue- of hoods, are under arrest for conspiring to Two horses and one mule belonging to Di'itiMi the great railroad strike XI cess in tho euro of wore also 1877, Benjamin Harrison said: "If I blow up the Burlington's property with Mr. Hue were gotten out, as Blood Diseases, you T. R. WALTON'S. seven horses belonging to Wilson Dunn, o can iitauu uo were governor, I'd foice the men back to dynamite. in preferring With our invincible ticket, splendid which wore in ashed adjoining the main work or shoot them down on the spot." Aycr's e two meals are good platform and organized, enthusiasticpar-t- stable. .Mr. Hue had some S7(K) & "A dollar a day and i on hanios", buggies, itc. destroyed; we will carry Kentucky by at least ...venough for any working man." These T. R WALTON'S ."0,000 majority in November next. none on the harness Following is a are no doubt the sentiments of this rufto any other. Tho burned and list of some of the hor-ofled shirt aristocrat now, and he will find Gov. McCreary. of modProhibitionists "view with alarm" their values: Hlvor King, by On Time. ern blood medicines, it hard to convince the poor man that he FOR SALE J M Iv'Jr ! - Ayer's Sarsiiti nrilln has experienced a change of heart, or the fact that .Mr. F.stcc, the permanent SI,200; bay gelding, son of Vermont, Kifly-iin still the most pop. Attr .f jn.l. m.,i)r in sp 7j with Alice and mate, by Kd Kimball, chairman of the republican convention, that he is in anysn his friend. aiallhoux m it, ,nili ii il On hard I'lki. J. ifi& u,ar "0,I,R grent- Chief, f('0; Bottie T., by "is the second largest wine producer in k WAI.ION a" KtS?'! er di'iimml than ull Wiik.v a republican, who ought to the United States." Cora, by Witness, 51,200; King of Hearts others combined. 3. A know better, tells you that the demoFrank shot and killed James (stallion) by Diamond Denmark, sMMi; "Aycr's Sarsnparl'!.. is selling fostnr FOR crats are advocating free trade, tell him II. Brent, near Ilardyville, Monday, say- Frank, by Bed Buck, 5."HX); Glomiew than over Ixfore. 1 ji it lieitato to W. Whitman, If (bovc i. not told rccoiiiiiionil it." "ill rwit th rohm at that he is a hired prevaricator." The ing that he and his wife had been separ Chief, (stallion) by Messenger Chief, Druggist, Albany, Ind. I k WALTON. ruwoMbl Asure. Mary Carrick, by Black's Humble- platform declares for tariff reduction and ated by Brent, and then killed himself (talcs snfo In saying "I amSarsun.irillii far that mythiwo of of excel tonian, $SX); bay mare, by Hionzi, ?:V0; Aver's endorses the Mills bill, which merely when about to be arrested. liny other, nnd It gives thorough provides a change in the tariff averaging The flood in Went Virginia is" more also 14 saddle horses valued at 5",0OO. L. 11. Bush, Des Mollies, Iowa. Hun47 per cent, to 40 per cent. The meas- destructive than the iioodof ISS-i"Avor's Sarsaparilla nnd Ayor'a Pills craborchard. nro tlio Ixjst selling medicines In my ure is a most conservative one. A great- dreds of acres of growing crops have store. I can recommend them consciener reduction of taxes on the necessaries been deluged, and millions of feet of Blackberries are plentiful about tiously." C. lllckhaus, rimmwclst, Koseliuul, 111. of life should have been proposed. timber are being carried away. here. " Wo Iiavo sold Aycr'a Sarsap.irllla Col. Nicholas Smith, the Mrs. It. II. Brouuugh presented her hero for over thirty yenrs and nlirnvti Col. Cit.inocK calls our attention to of Horace Greely, and best man at a nowith a line boy on the 7th inst. recommend It when nsked to iiuino tho the fact that we omitted Col. Ben Harri- table Louisville wedding, wasarrested at liusbend W. T. .McLean, The news has just reached us that Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. son, of the Henderson News, from the New York as a hotel "bilk." When a Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Williams, of Mt. I havo sold your modlclnps for tho list of the editors who met in Danville stone goes down hill, it goes in a hurry. Inst seventeen years, and alwnyti keep Vernon, are the proud parents of an I Hay. T. R. in 1870. Correct. It was an almost unthem in stock, as they aro staples. Iiwville Combs, who murdered his boy, since the 10th. 'There is nothing so good for tho youthpardonable oversight to omit Uncle Ben. sister with a skillet handle, Mr. John Foley was struck with parful blood' as Aycr's Sarsaparilla." No press association in Kentucky is com- was 11. L. Parker, Fox Lake, Wis. sentenced for life at Jackson this alysis last Thursday and can neither him. plete without "Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives tho best week and his brother William got the move nor speak. Ho returned from the satisfaction ot any inedleluu I havo In same sentence for splitting his brother's Lexington Asylum only a few weeks stock. I recommend it, or, as tho Thehe are still IJo'.i presidential postDoctors sav, ' I prescribe it over tho head open with an ax. ago. masters and 12,000 other postollice counter.' It never falls to meet tho During the last lineal year the numMuch, very much complaint is being cases for which I recommend it, even who are republicans, holding office whero tho doctors' prescriptions havo now, nearly four years after the advent ber of postoflices established was 'J,fMH; made by the good ioople of our town O. 1 Calhoun, iM'un of no avail." discontinued 1.042; fourth-clas- s postmas- against the great quantity of whisky that of a democratic administration. These Montnouth, Kansas. things ought not so to In. Kvery moth- ters resigned and successors appointed has boon sold at K. W. Jones' drug stole, ought to have been 0,1.'10; number removed 1,221; wholonuin since last January. At that time lie was er's ber appointed dining the year ll,8."l;i granted license to sell whisky by pic- tired long ago. l'UF.i'AUKP nr wnoie number ot presidential postmas- - hcription for medical purposes only. Will Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt. The second trial of the famous Hcnick tors during the year 4!(i, homebody tell us if the following quanti Trice tl; tli botttu, 5. Worth J a bottle. will case at Winchester resulted in susMrs. Norton, wife of the theatrical ty has been consumed by the sick? To Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, will, which gives his estate manager in St. Louis, ran off with Hentaining the our own certain knowledge we know of valued at over $100,000 to his four nephry W. Moore, managing editor of the four barrels that have boon sold nnd it is the best assortment we havo ever had embracing over it J, I wil Aut'iu f .r WHEAT. Wllc.it ews. The caso has been in the courts but they were captured said that there has been even more; that Sjniiic i wrc.i ui c'l Jo.'on liu.lii'N i nf .'l".n nf re.iilv liir iu for some time and the lawyers are now , at Topeka. . newspaper man ought the sale of it has averaged a barrel a lui) cr en nnd i.nr , i.ly 141I1 I.e. Il.ue,.il heavy legates. The Good Templars are taking Muilivi.i iiiiu.ly li.r iy Ciilil, never" to have made such a break in the month. first place and he should never have steps to declare said drug store a nui- STANFORDS'iirrlALE COLLEGE Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the sance. The Committee on Kducation has re- been caught in the second. better Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Tliunuan, ot ported favorable in the Senate a proposisj ;() , k A convention to moot at Winchester Garrard, and Miss Leila Douglas, of Dangrades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the tion to submit to the people of the sev- Aug. 22 to nominate a candidate for ville, have been visiting relatives here. eral States a constitutional amendment Congress in the 10th has been called. Miss Sallie Alcorn, of Hustonville, is tho J. M. !iUBQ.P,L'. A. PaSSIOENT. trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. to prohibit the liquor traffic in the U. S. B. F. Day, of Montgomery county, and guest of the Misses Hardin. Miss Mag-gibeen visMcHoborts, of Danville, has You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. The chances are, however, against its D. I). Sublett, of Floyd, are avowed can iting Mrs. Mary Gnmett. Miss Sallie ur Li- u I'lbhliciith adoption. didates for the nomination, and J. D. (Jreon liasoono to Pinevilluon a visit. of St. Louis, is tho Miss Se.vatou Vooiikes bus presented a bill Black, of Knox county, C. it. Brooks, of guest Minnie Myers, and Kvn Stogor, at Itlomlav, StiJJieinbi:'. 3, '88 of Misses Mt. Sterling, Thomas G. Stuart, of Winto pay Dr. Bliss 510,2:!(i for services renMRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. the Harris House. Judge Gibbons, ot 'ii dered in the Garfield case. Barring men- chester, and others nru mentioned for Lexington, and Mr. A. K, Gibbons, of Cirefitlly c'c- - il (irjw o' c ten htm T lorjush IjiMi p in inMriiciui Misses end for urc il .r tion of the excessive charge, why should the position. Hon. W. P. Taulbee, the Danville, have been visiting the Dooros Leila nnd Lur.i the government pay Garfield's doctors' present member, it is understood, will Stuart. MissesStanford this week, ac- returned from Mr. ..,.......i.iw..l I... .t,on Sliilliii AlruL'. ..... tfWAlMlNSTiraiM Lexington, bills more than any private individu- - not bo a candidate for ronomination. .. ....... ruiiiiiiui;w u Mtuu Oi Kentucky. al's? James Hutchinson, of St. Louis, is visit MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ing relatives Here. .ur. .uurns minis Tiik democrats have nominated dipt. Kinanuol F.bnor, it German, and Miss has returned from a trip to Louisville. Bill Kllis to succeed Congressman r f Mt Mrs. Sue Holmes and Mrs. Hannah Sto.,.. . . .. niuo Kiln Daugherty, daiighterof Silas Daugh-ertnui raenitr. Tweltn I)(i)nrtmintanf Kttidv Itniii... Orai gor paid Stanford a (lying visit. Stark THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR icglon. HclltiPd ami lios'iftablo were married yesterday. Both Fish, of Vinceniios, Indiana, is visiting YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. Send lut .enMott 233, from 20 .Status. coiiimuulty. Mmlcrato oxiiensci f "v-tii tuo iVttenuanco Next o' n Sam Handall is a very sick man fiom liiforiiiatlun aua Cr.tu.oguc: A,.piy tn L. H. BLANT b.'cHANOELLOR: " paities live near Milledgeville. his parents. for CataloyuetoJ.T. PATTERSON.PRIST. the result of an operation for piles. the Court of Appeal", Mr. Hobert Coonier and Miss Lizzie Soldi were married on the oth Inst. Col. C. It. Anderson has purchased a half interest in J. II. Gentry's grocery. There are more peaches in this vicinity than for many years. Boys sell them on the street at 15 for a nickel. Your correspondent has been authorized to announce that Dr. It. M. Orear will shortly visit Crab Orotund Springs. Goo. T. Bonta has bought Thomas Alexanders interest in their grocery and will continue at the old stand on Main street. Mrs. II. G. Sandifer and children are Miss visiting relatives in Grooir-burLottie Marks is visiting relatives in g. The following letter was prepared by request of the lady guostsof Dripping Springs and read by Mr. Taylor Kstus, of Lebanon, Ky., upon the presentation of a 10 flexible Moiocco Bible to Mr. D. G. Slaughter at his biitlulay dinner on CLOTHING, 1MTMXNG9 Wc are overstocked and WILL sell them. ' M July 10, 1S8.S. .Mr. Slaughter responded JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, The Prices will be Reduced to within the reach of all. Our entire stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and ciiihmiilcrcil banners foi the Knights who came oil' victors at tho tournament. heavy weights, will 1 as follows: "Dear Friends, you could not havo given me a proeiit that I would have appreciated more highly. I thank you all very much and my prayer on this, my ;St1i biitlulay, is that the dear Lord will bless vou all." Friend Slaughter: I regret that I cannot be picsout to partake of your biitli-da- y dinner ami to join in the appropriate testimonial winch your lady guests havo prepared for your acceptance. In ancient days fair ladies wiie scarfs and During JULY AND AUGUST BE SOLD AT ACTUAL MARKED GOST to-d- ay. At-ch- io l'ul-lia- m pn-sen- teil mnr-rie- to-da- y Goods Charged; Cash Every Instance. Bo-le- y, 1 BRUCE MoROBEBTS, Stanford. ts : por-foet- ly nnd Clean for and Cheap. Walton. n. g-- au 1 e to-da- y 111 I 1 " coin-hine- d in-- , so-ca- ll or io-- T. R. "WXTOIT'S. I - ! lt. Ki-ntn- i o I I I Kxtraets for lee Cream ITON'S. T il Ask For Ayer's blood-puritlcr. - 1 y iiiMii-anc- s H,-2)- 0; $1,-."0- 0; if r-- mis-tak- Sarsaparilla Fruit Jars Sealing Wax foro-rtimi- L- ft I gr, Mes-onu- er Tr..y 4 C 1 RENT! 0; Hatisfuc-tlou- ." . r. son-in-la- ix-s- t blood-tmrifler- 1 Want to Iluy a Small Lot of Walton. ld , olli-cial- s, Ayer's Sarsaparilla, . BUGGIES, CARRIAGES ! I Post-Dispatd- i, I in-- .11 I u j t, ' U-a- GEO. I. WEiiLREr, XWCAN'G'R. (.'-i-i m-- c . 4 ' . ... Laf-foo- n. fa Female 1E(0IL(LIE(6E CHL'uasuisa T wmmm - CENTRAL UNIVERSITY richmoitd, Hc-- y, isrz: i.n - .$ Semi-Weekly Interior journal .Mii.i.inkky at cost lit CourtH - & Cox'h. Pluat-- CHURCH AFFAIRS. NKW AltVKItTISKMENTS. s ii.c.WAtTON, huh. ManaKor H Yorit at'i'otint In tine ami ready. call ami nettle. A. It. Penny. -- ' tankohi). Kv., July 1H, our eiitiru wtoek of millinery at cost for fash for this next thirty 1888 & W'r. will well ilnyH. ConrtH Cox. li. Ki.A-- t' 1h lieailiinarterH for Published Evory Tuouday nnd Frldny finiiMiiiiK i;imi1m of all kiml.t ami eheaper than anyho'lyV. $-- jjciitn priii'H ! I'KIt YIOAIMN ADVAXCK tn t ltf t so mkI SiJ.GO iH be sharRcJ U Tvi'i:. .(M) pounds display ami lxxly at little over the co.--t of thu niutal. Fair onler. Alilit"t tliit of ollii-e- . I. M & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. woinB pm ... n I'm l.trcu .. 117am Tin: Hop Clttb heie aeknowleilgeH 6 30 am North- I freight .655 pm with thanks an invitation to attend the ' South Ur latter train alu c.irry passengers hop at IjuicaMcr on Friday, '.'Oth. I e above li cnl uUleil on standard lime. Solar , Iir e at out to minutes faster. , . 1 t. -- 'i, North South train" South North ..I J 31 HM 31 37 the young people from heie will titteml the ball at Crab Uri'hanl Spiinyt ill in n number K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1., an nt return m lii' Kowl.mit bim C m al I j( b in anil of MrKiiiiioy, has MotKt been (minted a pen-io- n and solum Fountain Owsley, eolored, of thu same plaie. Coi-kkv- u ui MEANS BUSINESS. said that that red-ho- t democrat, llromingh, hie named the new adKobe dition to hit family "Cleveland and It in Kll. W. L. Williams will prcaoh at the Christian church Sunday morning. !Totioe--Stra- y 6' Itev. Preston Illake, of Richmond, will preach at thu Baptist church Monij Mountain Shn ewiii and wclhcri, came to A CARD TO THE PE0PLK OF LINCOLN COUNTY. my larin near Mielliy Lily. June ao, 18E6. 'I he day night next, owner can j(tt them fiy IM)iia patur.i(;e and tor Itev. J. C. Humphreys, of Lancaster, linn nuvcriiemvni Thne lil.ick oma in the tot. l u 'i t?rti2 will preach at the Jlaplist church here Il'y'il. M Johmon. 44 next Sunday at the usual hour. Dr. Mies said before tho Christian ITo Kndeavor Convention at Chicago that Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by MI.OOO souls go to penlition fiom the V. First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and Doct. r Stuart. N YorU Spcuilxl, l at the Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a S. every year because there is less effort ri.riiiijii ouc, Stanford, Ky California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand every- to convert them than the heathen. nc win inr m .i iniiriiiiuniy turn nlnl rum t an. When Kmiiin Abbott attended a re.nu your dur.,c nt ,Khi nii.i nsu no .luentioni thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cake3 and the Best of treat ,il. iur.ihle tlncnus of lone naiiiiiiii.'. i)ise of w.imen ant ii form. i.t Candies. Fruits. Nuts. Etr... Etc. chinch at Xathville, the Meals served fit fitiv hour. Trv ' Cmnnlt.-itinWillrenuin . . . free . preacher took occasion to insult her and inlet opinion gh enloto d.ivt. pntivtit n to nira. tneir ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come lloncM c.t h piofesslou by icferriug to it in harsh Mlity of liU dii.ie. her and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. coiitiadiHtinctiou to this unman terms. No 1 Tor. SCHILLING & ZIMMER, Respectfully, ly treatment, Dr. Tulinnge, on observing ItEPORT OP THE CONDITION Wholesale and Retail. vocalist in his tho or mr. church last Sunday, invited her to sing. She responded by singing "Nearer my FARMERS NATIONAL BANK, iod to Thee," and after the sermon she AT SIANFOKl), sang, "Ouide me, Thou CJieat Jehovah," In the Stale or KrntucVy, at the cloo of liu.uiei, in the presence of the congregetion of June 30, t88. l!,00() persons, who almost went wild ki:sol'kci.s with delight. Sheep. NEW I NEW ! NEW Curs, ITo Charge. la !ZIMMKe 9 r . ... 1 11 world-ieuowne- d FENNY, DBUGQIST & sTzewiej: Ao Mo CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. '.' I'staldi-dieat A couple of sows and pigs for Kile. " Add, in Lttirel county, and Dykes, in It. K. Harrow, Stanford. patent Pulaski, with .1. II. MMiop ami .1. L. A. Charles Orinan sold to l!. L. Hubble Tiik lcft lilai'i' to liny nntl toilft artiflt" it at A. It. Sears poMinaMers respectively. PJ yearling mules at $il. l'liiiiyV. Wild West Show at the Mercer l!iv your rrliool book, Ink, tuhlrt. Hinx lit liM.n. old I'ncle Tommy County Fair each day. Don't fail to atami echini! Mipjilii't of all Hull's barn was struck by lightning durjiaptT, jk'Ik-Htend. kind from A. IS. Penny. ing the storm Monday and it with about Files in Danville, Va., destroyed tonr-t- j 1 naranti'i' all Mittlift ami ll.OoO liiishrls of oatt and a lot of hay was I cfll to 1k jitnt at bacco warehouses ami stocks valued at of r a totally A. It.' Penny. 5150,000. J. I.. Cogar, of Woodford county, has Tin: advertisers seem determined to SOMEWHAT PERSONAL bought bushels of wheat or get away with ti", but they shall not 1: and Will went to even if we have to permanently enlarge, at 70 cents. Mr Jot: M: u: m Kddie Jones bought of I'owen Fox, look out for supplement", however, in l.l unon ycMcitlay. y of Danville, a thoroughbred yearling Mk. nh Mil". .F. T. Citmi went to the meantime. Vtimiw ami jtuflry rt'i.il toil anil Thiirinan." xnrntiitid. A. It. lVniiy PoMorniiit have been CKT)it oil, lnnl oil ami iiiiirhiin oil kind at .Mtlloliortrt FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. t'f nil dru, taV. l.oan and ilicoiiiit 5j'9i3Ji 44 Ottrdraftn ecured and nnnecurrd 3,1810) DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, U S llcuids to ecure circulation , 50,000 00 Other ilock, liondt and tnortKiiRrt FANCY ARTICLES, &C. ,too 00 Due from approved re nerve imenu '3.77J 39 Due from cthi'r National Hands it,73 S7 I'hyslcian prescriptions accurately conpounded. Due from State H.inktand Hankers 08 04 Keal estate, furniture and future ; joo 00 3jjJO m I'rtimuiiK paid lllll. of other lUnki , THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, traetmnal paper currency, nkkcli mid jn cen"1 slM,e Legal tender nutei Ki'demi tion fund with U. S. S per cim. of circuUtian dc-troxi-- Tieaurcr, 00 to,cco 00 2,150 co $478,613 t,ya 56 73 Ever Lrought to this market I'ri' es lower than the loHeit. Watches, Cb ks and Jewelry He. paired on short notiie and warranted. To,f' I.IAIIII.ITIFJ5. ill-l- iks ii:.sTitv had a cow to give birth A. to a tine calf ami eiuht days later the gi.tnd army of same cow gave birth to another, similar Mil. mi Mitt. II.. J, M ltonr.UTt have in every respect to the first one. Iloth building. moved to the College are living and bid fair to make tine milkMil A. M. K inn mud, of l.iiiifUhtt'r, ers. w'at. with ft tends bete Wcilne-da- y. g My accounts will be ready by July 1. (itt Di.iKi'.u it spending the week M11. ( 1 banon Wi'lnilay. pen-ionort. Chimin hat joined the .1 forii'00. A. T. Nunnelley sold in Cincinnati of mixed butcher cattle at a car-loa- d from -- '- -' to I cents. I lope everyone that knows himself Cincinnati. .1 M. William, of Mt. Veinon. spent debted to me will cull ami settle as I h viral days with frieiul.t herethisucck. must have the money to meet my own I in. Jons llKi.i.(iiiioN It landing a debt". This meant everylsidy. A. T. hZyifZi c.Hj.lf ci( weeks at Hock Castle Sjiring-- . Nunnelley. S II SlIANkS, 1M1 HmtTii: tiivxn are M'fr(i vtir Director J. II. OrtstEV, Tin: sturiu which did so much damage John K. Cash J 0 e musts of Misiei IJ7.7.I0 and Mary Peck's at lltistonvilleeNtendiil to J. P.ncl.t. ing. Hamilton's, the former li C. T. Ili.u:w and Mrs. and W. A. Mn tMi Mil". Weathers and Shropshire sold to of his fniit tiecs blown down HEPOUT OF THE CONDITION iiinny of (inrnird, are miosts tl.nie Kr.ttz, Kill head of tine fat cattle or Will keeD constantly on hand a lararo and select line of Furniture and the latter hi shade trees. WV also (ieorge if Mr. W. M. liaikey. at "ij cents. They avenured I, .V0 pounds. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods ("i J. M. Cowan is up from Iiuis-- , learn that much damage wits done at I'xinu'ton Press. at Stanford, can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- ha been tretitcd for etui-- Libeity. i!'e, when he W. P. Kidd slipped to l'nltimore r much improved. Tim Peoples Notional Punk at Know, 110 common Tennessee stock wethers, in the Stale o Kentucky, at the close of business VUlCed that I Sell lower than the lOWGSt. June 30, ittB Mm J. I. MiKi.vmcy it down from Tnxii", Cul. J. W. WeHthcrford cashier, weight 100 lb", for which he received KLSOLKCIS. a week and it the if KX),000 capital, declared it Tipping sprlngt for about I'j cents at home. Winchester Loans and discounts 44 l Mi. T. It. Walton. iMitdividend of it per cent., ltides paying Democrat. 1,6119 77 Overdraft, secured and unsecured.. MiNNiit Ki.i.iorr, of Kirkvllle, all exjieiises ami carrying 51,"(X) to surMl A wheat pool representing I'.'i.OOO U S. Honde to secure circulation 50,000 00 Tue-daen plus. The many stockholders hero will bushels has been formed at lied lloitsu Other stocks, bonds and mortgages P ieil thniiigh Stanford 41,700 CO to Itock Cuttle Springt. lend this item with joy. 8,'ny .. for the purpose of having the threshing Duo from approved reserve agents.. S,6) 31 " 1.1.1 it IIikkhii, of Parktville, Mt done as low as po""iblo and the "ales Due Irom other National Hanks d Due Iniui State Hanks and Hankers... Pirxii". The Turneiville '.144 7 .nid ltev. T. II. (JurriMiu arwvlltingMrt. Rich8,Okji 00 Keal estate, furniture and futures and made at high as can be obtained. will enjoy a picnic llelle Catli. Mice ClfVil and flt Premiums paid 6.J3J 1;, chool will mond Climax. Mux. W. (J. Wki.i joimtl the Hiirnes on the 2Mb the Sugar Urovc 960 (4j (ieorge Peckner purchased the fo- Cheeks and other cash items .Mr. W. M. Hi twin' womls. tri ni,nt Junction Cltv viterda.v ami haveoitu in llowing fat cattle: Of Horace Miller ol Hills of other Ikink of the Kraclinn.il paper currency, nickels and k ML far 'BMt2wxWBE9R5eSSi&!Xw n.. w with them at Ciiinlicrlumi Falls. A number of rnmiiieiit settkers ." of cents '" legal profession will de- head, weight ,r:V pounds, at cents; it " Mn. nu Mh. J. W. M mi:u, of Nash-- , clergy ami the Walker PuekneiilO head at . cents; of Specie lie. itiviitiiig their daiightir, Mit. liver addiesses at the latter. tender notes Win. Puckner IS head at ol cent". They Ical with U. S. W It. Manier, at lion. J. S. OwsleyV. Paris Kedcitptiou fund circulation Treasurer, Orn friend, D. Klass, 1m deeiibtl to Uie to be shipped to New York. 5 per cent. f W. M. llot.i.i:, of Clnrktville, leave Stanford, much to the senentl ie- - Kentuckian. Mi:" to Uincanter, grot, hut it is a , iwtsed through T J. R. Pioadus sold a lot of lambs av Total.... veiy ill wind that blows WidncMlay, wherf ulio will viit bur pa- - nolxxly ktkmI. lie it almost oing to givu oragint; hi' pounds to It. S. Miller, last I. IA Hi I. n U.S. MtmiJLiMmmsiuftmm mitt gonls away, ns you will see by refer - Friday, at "ij cent. Wakelield i: l.ee Capital stuck paid In ........ his $250,1100 00 JL? SfK-ZJi' rjrH y. ' T' I.t i. STf MtT, of Cnib Oielmhl, Ml "ad." on our fourth sold to J. P. F.mbry, to be deliveied in .Surplus fund 13,000 00 vWting Mist Muttie llmix- - once to his hum' wb.i hut been ,. 45 000 11 1,C00 National Hank Notes outstanding KvidtMitly ho means business. Au'iiM, :t" lu'ovi's oi;irni'r' about , initio. Individual depoit suhjoct to check.. . 139,080 U ft v forscviTwl weekt, returned Wednus-duvmm lioiiinN for$.Vi). .1. V. Cnlilwi'H lxnilit Cashier's checks outstanding 45 " FXTP.1TITXTS.E. Tiik dootoix frrnn all over tho State are from itiioiiM p.utifs in Moiver .V) Due to other Nation il II mis, l.57 33 .spring Mt. Jvmim II. Matiiunv, of Mntheiiy in I'onvemioti at ("nib 10 to Sl.oO, Notes und hills .. 20,483 M nvor.ipiiK l.lsKl iotinN, nt $;!. huro Tueh-da- this week. Seeretary Stoolo lt.itluy iV Puteet, Hairodsburg, wut 1 loo 00 ami Kilil to .1. 15. Kmliry, for Morrin it Fund to pay taxis a en route to Crab l livhunl to SSTOCK ON by Dr. Fayette liiinlap in his oner- Co., of (Jhir.iKO, --1U tiittlfiit Total . ?4i,y6i 87 few weekt. ous duties, while Ir. Kd A loom holds r. 0, to In- ilcli vox oil in Aiirtist. Ail- STATKOI' KKN'IL'CKY, I strings. A big batupiot Mit M Minn: Hunt, of Tennusee, who tho iiitinoy-baOl'lltl'. ( County of Lincoln, came to see her sick sister, IWits tJlenn, was on the prok'rammo for last night. liavi' Sovonil .M wu'ooi). 1, John J. McKohcrts, cashier of ahovc named tetiirnetl home yesterday morning, at bwn kilk'il in this viuinity in this htht Hank, do solemnly swear that that the alxivc state, A TiiiKKtookfnim Uov. K. H. Maho-ny'- s couvalescing. tnent is true lothe U'st of inv know edge and tei she fat ilays. Ono bit a cow belon'niK to ller. JOHN J MckOHKKT.S Cashier room, in thoabseni'o of his wife, a fiv Pit. J. G. Citri:sn:it delivered unable .Mr. Matt .Mm tin mul sho wont mail. Shu Suhscribcd and sworn to Lefore me this 10th day valuable gold wateh and eliain, a bridal V. M. IIKKtilT, X. I'. I.. C. of July, 1888. adilrest bef.ini the Medical Convention in ftablo anil thu hiin-ol- f. Ho in- was fastoni'il u) Correct attest. at Crab Orchard Wednesday on "Dila- did gift to to her from for miloh aroiinil to witness lior i'iiiiii! J S IIoiker, sisted on her wearing it when she left, . Directors. J W H xviiKN, tion of the Sphincter Ani." Hri'iit llarni'tt U olil I'omiition. V (!. AVelcii. J selec-tioin getting ready for an tcrriblu - HAVT. but in thu hurry iti) has innilo three Piiok. Hi to remember wlien only two otherar-tieleso- f I'lionnh To. JilUT. for his faculty, which will please early train she forgot it. Several voted in SUmford Mr. Hilly value were taken. Detwtivcs the many friends of tins ladies, Mrs. II. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Yates, deeeased, of the old Yates Hotel, Melto'berts will have charge of the are on tho ease. J. Or-and Judiro .1. A. Lytle. Hrent liieked at primary ilejurtmeiit; Miss Mary V. years of beinn that old about two THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE, Hknuv Dai.ton wits tlneiUU) Wediies-- j least Huttotiville, that of art, and day for drawing a ftintol on tieo. Klliott, ' yours up), at wltieh time he was making AT HUSTONVIl.I.K, that superior musician, Miss Dollie Wil- who lives near Halls (..up. rnuble to mieli Ioiik strides toward jottini: some liams, latu of Hamilton College, that of pay the tine, he is working it out on tho good looking girl to marry him. Little In the State or Kentucky, nt thecloteof business June 30, 1E88. music. Daltonisa "bad horse" and .Maggie Lynn, daughter of Mr. John G. llfiniAiti) Ins gone to Piiok. J. M. KKSOURCrS. will no doubt liavo to work out, after he Lynn, is a Baptist of tin good Williamsburg and this other towim along Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchf 9074 OJ his present tine, tines for ear- - ioned kind. Finding at homo thu other Loans and discounts 482 16 the Kuoxville llranch in the interest of lying eoneealed weapons ami other mis- - day a littlo brown jug of "spiritus frit- - Overdrafts, secured mid unsecured maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness . 12,500 00 the Stanftird Femalo College, of which deiiiemiors, as xovor.il charges hnve been inonti, whieh is kept in all JUptistlam U. S Honds to securo circulation f',4&5 6 and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glassy to suit the Due from approved reserve agiiits charge. From testimoniho hus ttikeu ilies "for medical ptirpo-o- s only," she Due Irom other National Hanks 'iitered against him. io,6f; 45 eye. als and other evidences of his ability to and taking it Real estate, furniture and fixtures proceeded to till a 150000 school, wo feel warTiik stablo of W. M. Hue burned to her mother littlo .Maggie stated that l'rciniums paid 2 900 00 conduct a 1,542 9S ranted in recommending him to those Tuesday night together with LM head of as there was a good deal of sikness in Checks and other cah items Hillsof 6500 having daughters to educato ami trust lino show horses, among the number tho lior neighborhood, she had better drink Specie other Hanks 5(V;i 45 they will consider the advantages that noted Alice Kimball and her full sister. it all, which sho did, against her moth- l.e;al tender notes 5 000 00 Tho s is estimated at $1S,000 on hors- er's remonstrance, and was soon out of Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer he oilers. 5(2 50 j per cent, of cirljulaiiiiu es alone, tho stable, buggies, harness, danger, or feeling at least quite comfortaLOCAL LORE. itc, being partially insured. Among ble.-A negro tlied near bote a few days 'I0t.1l $137 473 iS tho horses wore llvo head from this ago from the oflects, some believing, of Hi..u-v sujr.ir nt S. H. Myura. I.IAHII.ITIKS. until county Silver King, tho property of J. using water out of an old well. It has Is Receiving1 His $ 50 noo 00 Metealf A H. and J. IJ. Farris, valued at $1,500 and since boon cleaned out anil a bushel or Capital stock paid ill Fexci.su Ll'mm'.k for stdo by Surplus fund 7 000 00 for which they refused $1,200 last week; more frogs woio found therein. Fobter. 619 04 Undivided profits a tlno mare- belonging to Thomas Hobin-soNational Hank notes outstiindinK 25000 Dit. Sri'AKT, a highly recommended valued at Sl.'JOO; one to !!. S. WithSome curious virtuoso lias estimated Individual deposits subject lu check , 67,004 14 specialist, is at the I'ortman 1 louse. See ers; another to 1'enco k Farris and ono that to collect one pound of honey from Give him a Trial. $157,473 18 Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Total notice on this page. to Win. Dodd. Tho firo occurred about clover CrJ.OOO heads must bo deprived of KKNTUCKV, ) ,. STATK timo and tho cause i unknown. nectar, and :i,7."0,(X)0 visits from bees to ' i County of Lincoln, Jons IIki-- a negro, working for Mr. supper Mr. Huoirt very much coiibured for leav- tho right species of clover must bo J. W. Docker cashier f the above named a fuw Hriglit, HUtlered u John Hank do solemnly tar that the uhovu statement ing such a valuable stablo of horses made. Is true to the Uul of my knowledge mid heller days ago and since hits been in a critical Kuropean tow ns forbid tho oc being no ono at hand Homo there J. W. HOCKKU, Cashier. condition. houses until four Suhscrihedand sworn to before me this 71I1 day when tho ilro broke out. None of tho cupation ot newly-buiImnic m lii'iil fur the lilphcr eilncitlon of yoiniR wimien. AH, Mutlo nnit Literal v Dc tl. r I'luXCOCK, I.. I. C ofjul), 1688. Tin: Lincoln County Fair will be held animals were insured. months after completion, as there aro Correct attest. Loeailnii lieslthy, fiiculty eonuietent. tetins reonable lor aanntajet otterea iinitmcntx 1I11.111I, full. IlKhfr, aiitl tuition In I.ltcrnrr Dcpiittnieiit nml Jtti"le fiji UAW toi at Stanfoid August 2 and IJ. Iargo nearly .'i.OOO gallons of water used in thu KuttD. Al.lOKN, 1 ft cim September till. lune. Without tnutlciiWHiii. IW Send for ritnlcguo to celon T. J. Koi.tNsoN Mercer County Fair at Harrods-bur- mortar and building of r0,000 bricks, Directum. trotting Htakes, ociate I'rincipals, II Hroun g:&oLE1KS 7. Ky., Tuesday, Aug. which should ilrst dry out. track. the festivities of in- -- Punning and Trotting Paces each day at the Mener County Fair. Don't forget the date, Aug. Alexander's Abdullah and hit have '2W in the 2:'M list, JI in the 'J:'M list and '' in the t:lo list. See the competitive Peef Cattle Pings at the Mercer County Fair, Aug. llth, four days. $100 to the best held. Lucky Paldw in's stable of livers hat won over $01,00(1 in stake and purses tliih spring, $10,000 at the Cnicago meet14-1- Capital tock paid in $c,ooo co .Surpliitfniid fo,ocooo Undivided profiu ,l0,9 c Natimul Hank Notenittani!ine 4,ouO 00 Individual deposit mbject to check.... 1H,JS,7 41 Due to other National Hank lo,45 58 Due 10 Slate llank and llanki 14,250 E7 Note and bill ic.ooo 00 SEW FURMTURE STORE ! MA'CIK HrFFMAVI'?, IPS DIP. - r....... 7. 'total.., Ol-- ..f478,e3 - STA'li: Kr.OTL'CKY, I ,1j County of Lincoln, I, John II. Owsley, caOiicr of the aboved namnd Hank, do solemnly swear that the aboe statement is true to the best of my knowledge and Lehif. JOHN I! OWSLKV, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to lefore mc this 10th d.iy of July, IK. W. M. IIKK.HT, N. I'. L. C. Corttstt attest: I myk. AL J$ 1 mrzwzKrotr 9 "KKitz&Z rWWiiaSSSs2Lirri:'siS hav-iii- i: X. lju-kfy- , n . 1 semi-annu- -t f339-3i- GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. y, . 1 m Siinduy-M-liiK- -- 11 -- - f--z zkum -- 1 llniirlii n rBHlttM Wi liitiBinPiS 1111 i 1. LlHJ On-har- WAIL TlPB, and y isits-sito- d l,o50-oiiu- il COMPLETE ALWAYS HAND. 1 - g B. K. WEAKEN,, iiiml-iloj- IFLIE.A.SIE OBSERVE jiuo-ji- k' ") M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- 1111 nt A FUJT.X AyrnKTAljliLW '0 ' J rook-pil- e. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. tea-cu- llrst-cla- st fflo sfo MCFUSTj lo-- MERCHANT TAILOR AND SUMMER GOODS. - n, 11 SPRING m, sun-strok- o I liedisQii Female instituf lt ! g, 14-1- half-mil- o RICHMOND, KY. sirttj ,nmm,m,mW !' tinw i 'M.b m in ., rHl'.l.,.1.,nf.:aH m II Ji iH.i.rifli fcW HM T'""'"'1 ") J IIKUtMOWMfiMpWM'!! fr in i urn BiniMpi wt$&mlmai0tomMflWmAam 1il.4iiHylTWiWIWWWhW'pUWwirt'"t iWmiiMwwiiiiiiywwii'i-inywwP"- y' jUt GOING IN I THE WHOLESALE BUSINESS NO HUMBUG ! EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. intend to leave the town about September 25th to embark iu the wholesale business i:i the West, and therefore offer my entire stock of Clothing, Dry Hoods, Boots, Shoos. Furnishing Goods, Notions, Store Fixtures and Good Will for Sale. Any person or firm wishing to buy me out will have a splendid chance to go in a w 11 established business with a good trade and profitable in every respect. lam COMPELLED TO SELL, and in order to lose no time I will from now on offer every article, no matter if Clothing, Dry Goods or Shoes, at and below original COST. On all Fall and Winter Goods, such as Suits, Overcoats, Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks. &c, 4 per cent, discount will be given. Such a chance to buy solid, fresh and stylish goods for almost a song may not occur again in 3ears. Now is your time to make money. Every Dollar you invest with D. KLASS will pay you double and tripple. Do wot delay; you might miss it, as the entire stock may be sold to one party, when it will be too late to 2egret. Come at once while you have got pick and choice. I am sure you will laugh when you hear present prices at the Mammoth Clothing and Dry Goods House of HUSTONVILLE. learn that our citizen, Win. Dodd, lost ti valuable horse, iu the eonthiration nt Kue's stable, in Danville, Tuesday nijjht. I Monday gave us n line rain, contin- uing the benefaction through the night. McKIVM , KY. HOTEL IN THE CITY. It also treated us to n very respectable I'or Diu, Mediiino. the (imou ''rup at 1'Ih jar little cyclone. In fact, considering the and to i:rt )our prrcrtitiit iimntutK and ror recti) tilled at all liuuro, ana lo lilt iiwi Manic RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORDsize of the town, the blow was one of (riKeriF. film Clirir., oiM Articloa, Ac , ru to GARRARD COLLEGE! very satisfactory dimensions. It struck A VVII.LIAM.s ING TO ROOMS; I.odS. Co.McKinno llr vit attend to ordru dipaitnwnt, alio atlld lo lis from the northwest about o o'clock llie anl ol tlie lik, nl'hl or In tOHn of jo counirj i'. m., taking the villnge diagonally. Of l M ll'RKIMi A lUNMW I' IH coun-its approach was magnificent and its progress rapid. We have not heard a. O. DAVIS, THE FLORENCE from the country and cannot tell what Telt VV AS H I N G M AC H I N E PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, its operations were before it reached the town. Iu its course,as farius heard from, MT VKHMJN'.KV. , . ha botiint the runt to .til the it passed near Dr. W. S. Dry's house, ' Wahm; Maehian and am am orepic f ! heat. ... trees and fences the same tractor's failure tn get some one to carry 150 00 Otlice net! door to Whitehead . t'r is Store allokoma in lo m their tln'.c, tr 's 5 100 to rirt Sjo to tecum!,' Jsolo third ruhbm; and tearing incUent to the .M i Speciit attention giten Onea.e. uful Iren nt J. M. Cook's brushed John Good sj the mail from Lancaster to Danville, we u f tvaihing. ntf pj Iakue oUtr tl unit.!. ) llaraet Stocl, contmiwd 77"lf. dwelling, taking on" the gutteiing from were without a in ul last Mon lav. 15 tit ' hae 400 aire, more or lo, of Mountain, Coal lllnotoorr) )uu about bui k aie f and Timber l.ahd that I will wll at a bargain ly atiAtd a. tu it merit M ire Colt under 46 10 00 jeur ......... one side; demolished Tom Nail's bam it is iu operation nicely now . room to rent lor a furniture and uti. lh( undofHsntd hat purchtted the haeatore hardware) or tinner' mtablithmcnt 17 l!et Mare Colt wr and 1. .. . ,. 10 00 re r dertaUnp, Vahm mai time and after a thr,rui, ,r , B8 NEW and Steele's back porch; rolled up the Theeare cood for iodi) V For further infornta- 4) Rest Mare J )ear and nndorj lake uleaiii in addinj our teiiiatou) t it1000 rt There are ten shoe peg factories iu the mition, write to C and Milh ut ht.il.ili n proanunce it a ,, . i ,a MhlCAl.F tin roof on one side of Christian College; 49 ltct Marc 3 ) car and undir I hac oeiiiil a Imii her li 1000 it )!o aud in ever) pirlK uUr. doinj M thai Harbour tile, Ky United States, employing about WO 3? I t ilann took 10 00 tho Irrrill Mr Iiihim- and am (nrfart'd to fulni.h 50 llett Mare tear and oier scattered W. L. Williams' corn-cuWm l)au;hit). V. Watlue, ir l r ,' the tnili ic oilli all kind .l mui S.'i tnd o) 31 Rest Pane) Mare or OoUlUj, honln Mr. s I' ,l.cr. .t. ,s1M !!, ,..,, . the roof (inetnlic) on" Mr. Ynnurdnle's hands, having si capital of $17o,W0. UnA hniiHiiP I i in llirir wjwii hiIi ai, j r.. )M I.. I. Ill ii t a hirnc 10 00 ue running ) s were imported StCOND ANNl'.U. rXHIMTION OF t) mpoii d i.rinj irat to m) m Mr Amamla I'eal.. of til recently dwelling; lifted the roof oir rv II l')tun lomi'r ill Mai.furd and uiiii() IHIi Sweep take from England. We now export to that-a- s lieldi, AlSeil Cam le,.,sim Kai ' H ciao.C. .. tf 15. Green's long implement shed; burst M JI H.KIN J. K Uirroo, A M island anj mint ohr Harne Milium any ajr ... 51 well as almost all other European 1500 outward the entire glass front of Powers' Mill ,kIN.,. Mare any Av .... i. , 33 l!et Harne ij 00 Ma.uiiifr. knocked the skylight oil" count ties in large quantities. A New 15 1 en per cent ! llllc ehirod in all trot the Masonic Iodge; struck Mrs. Iliadley's Hampshire shoe peg factory linn that entrir toeloie 5 to fill and 3 to tan. Kntriet o' ASSOCIATION, produces 40,000 bushels annually, house, carrying away part of the roof, Trot toeloie on WVdnctda), Jjlli d) n( Jul I will deliter to regular To lie held unTIi ir.oa) vid rndi), Ac. This was all in the immediate track second growth birch, which is consider cu.tor 11 Mmford and Kimt) mt) ni.irr,n GATi: HKKS: was probably not ed a quick growing timber. A shoe-peof the "swirl," which 25 Acres ! all One Footman 50 tent yards in diameter. The goes through 18 different hands or pro- - AvigTUSt more than Account mutt be pud at the loe of eaih mc.iith Two mi if s ih llorw and Klder j ... Sea Stt r 30 cent before it reaches the market and when cutlumcr .juit. rush of wind to the vacuum made havoc d.if Kv W,U' It, Vehicle and Driver jocent or ao -- NearIt r. IHRKOW is placed on sale, and 75 per cent, of cost with trees and loose lumber. As far ns I'erton 10 )oar old tnd under 15 ... .. .15 cent industry is a STAINFORI) heard from nobody was hurt. Mr. Van. is for labor. The shoe-pe- KY. IVrton under 10 jc.tr of ae, free C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Admit all chicle free of charge who cair) arsdale was the greatest MiU'erei? his growing one. to the ring at as cent each Well Drillers &, Pump Adjusters, roof being entirely gone. The drenchTho Original Wins. The demoralized condition of the re ohiclrs ing rain which follow ed in the track of publican party in Virginia renders MANrOKtl, k To the Farmers of West Lincoln, it ea- t s HMD the storm deluged his house from garret SV for the democrats to cany the State- Fint ikksiikn -J WalkcrCitom Vice l're.idemCasey and Elsewhere. to cellar. Arch IJailey says serious this vear. The awful nightmare of Ma- w. !.., lio)l; j UVII, diilled to nrdor an t'ump fi mi.hod at Iterulator, Ksfd by Zcilmty. Tailor) irir casualties were averted by the fact that )j AbeColua, bein- - thus lifted from the dem- - " :"rar,d; Joe' KmbrJ; td INDIOKITIOV IllLIOllNI.," Mr C C VhiiAm Haling authorireJ Mercer; James Maret, ltoccatl; H II llrmk- lie had the presence of mind to "drap on ocrattc soul, may we not tTir.r.IA,sICK llitAcii .1 ".; dale, proprietor of iluttnn ille Kollcr Mill, at In W. METClLr acheei- - ey, pnU.ki; John w i.iPP Caej ) for the pur- haie 'f licot thi teciHin of his knees iu r for this wicked and ing hope th.lt our ftieilils in the Old Do- - Uirector-- S II IlauKhman, I M llruct, Char. skcih I cll uith cnnfidnieoti my old and tried country, 'lor.M. K. METOALP & HAYS. I r ,"T,V: perverse generation." (Let the county minion will make their ley Crow, s m oen, j.e I.)im,j. K i'arrii friend of the farming public to c itc before en camimiiin on Uilnk I ihould have been dead bjt Raiting their crop il.ewhere. Having in of this.) court make a note Mindletcn' th trade alwut iwrnt) lor )our (.enuine M. A. Sim am familiar wild ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE AGTS. democratic and in harmonvi ;"' McAliiter, J i:. non i.tser .Medicine. I llnjlu. thebu.inot .; I have warranted, therefore, in the with the national platfoun and candi-- , I will sometime hid ta niK.n.,,.. IIAKIIOfRVII llj,1 I'IN'rMI.I ,K that able to taciliiule the ,, ToTnaxi) Colo it Siieki'skivs With date? It U not needful to pteaeh reptlb- - oi. ii. M.Kinney. Stcmar,; j b. Owntcy declaration jour .rop to the advaniai;e of all cuii"Zrdin1. .lull",,. rt tranMer of Will practae in a iv Jr, As.l.tant Secretary t, J Her knln k tel'ltS clne bu ccrnea J"n't an.w't, t (iKIil.N 31 J Wool Ox. Tan in alum and dissolve in lican Knamiuati m fl n tit. h,i a ,'UipuiC, doctrines iu otder to carrv Virginia Jnn,os " Uauiiman, lreaurr ' Or. J. It. Orarci, KJUor Tit lie iraili .f licit rr f r water. I'ropottion: pound alum to 1 for runt t Chief Marshal T ' v Cleveland. -T- Washinu'ton i'o-- t: . Infirm.il nl r h a tale. r ". Tn "J . ll.tfliit. Mrmnhl. ol ." .... gallon water. Then wash wool clean r repondcnc Ii it ' .vvecua pack aKe jour I.ls er A INo. Co. ...... nine, ano nate used half of it, To color, ue aniline of with plain soap. The following is a recipe for a v'ood It works kc a charm. I want no Sale. pcttrr Liter .ml ,... any shade you desire. Dissolve I pound paste, which will keep foi months iu .a' LIST OF PREMIUMS, talnly no more ofZeilln' rauturc ne rarm 'nlaiti ; A rt, tituaf' 'n the aniline iu L gallons water; strain befoie stopped bottle: DNiol,-si piece of VlKSl UA. IiIfMMAV. Springfield and I'errjwfle I'ikf, mile fr.im the former and milt fr tn I el in Su rruundrd using; then llosit skin iu a dye box, wool alum the size of of a walnut in a pint of b) L'ood nei.li1 r. t hool and ihurihi and tlown. t all tnc fivurilt cram and rate nmwn that they lie Hut, and let boilinir watei, to which two spoonfuls adunted lit re f r llurnet li r,)je-ill Kctiiu k) Ha s' tl Ii um, barn nnd other till color or shale yoitdi'Mivconies; of Hour, made Mnooth in a little cold! l!ot Stallion under I'lenl) "f attini; water aiwi in a Jio oo outbuilding )inn' IiiijIi utate lor irthfr pinu nlar, then take out ami run thioiiu'h clear water, mid a few drop- of oil of cloves 3 Ilst .Stallion or Ueldins ' ar o. under a, oo addres of iiilmatioti FI.I , fMu.ioiuille, Ky , 1'Ott cold water, and hang up iu a hot room to have been added, the mixture being 3 IIot Stallion or Celdin j and under)... low lo oo 4 llett Stallion 3 yenr old and uuder dry. For plain white, wah the skin then boiled. ) car old and liter 5 I!(t St.illion .1000 well, after tanning as described above. If CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Host 15 uo Thejuiyof 12 was adopted because' 6 ISeat l'ancy Saddle Mare or (Jeldii'K CHICKEN not white enough, hang up in n smstll the ptophcts weie lL"; the apostles Walking Stallion, Marc or Gelding to 00 wete' 7 Ky. ALL THE LATEST SPRIHC STYLE HATS room and bleach withpowdeied sulphur. -, theie were lL'JewMi judgex, 12 pi!-IIorc for Saddle I'urioo: 1 Stjlc, Form nnd Action conndsred; Set in a pail iu centre of room burning. Inrsof the teuipk', 12 patriarchy 12tiibes Cholera Cure! 10 00 8 Ilut Marc 2 e.ir and under Be careful to have no escape of the sul- of Israel, 12 Mmies in OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Aaron's bresiM-- l 0 llet Mare .t c.irs anc under 10 co phur fumes, stud have the room Jil.lte, 12 '.rate 01 JerilStlcii), 12 siirlts of io Host Mar4 earandocr Shoe and Leather Iiepotter. 10 oo ii net Kockaivay Mare or l.oldln the zodiac. SLCtrS,. IK ro 1 i I 1 1 e o i Ilet Jack under a jcar at Ilcstjail. a jear and oer .. , 13 00 W. I). Chestnut sold to 1). X. l'reu itt J ear 39 llestjeniict iimler iio a 1000 I he Director of the Cumberland US lambs at o and ol cK tile) Land jo llet Jennet under jeir , . notified 1000 it the ollice of tho ji licit Jennet 3 ear and oir M , ram Luce s ...... horse died M.mford, lue.d mor.m.; llet Jailv and j of )usuci ik; Mi k Coll. 1000 ,, ' July i;, iSM, M 10 o'tl"!., to tr.uu.ict hairtir week. Hi) was in tlu l:it. u.ir Mini Mul.- buincM mt come before the . . 1 he locl.rtolder of the same comtunt are here auont :.D years old. Mute under jestr 10 00 .l llet llore by notified that election Goo 1 wheat crops, ,'ood com, oats, director held inthere will be an from 10 .1 of mm' 31 Rest Hore Mule year and under a 10 no m till the ame house 3 . I J S. HOCKKK.Scv. 3J llet llor Mule 3)par ami otcr . 00 hemp, grass and good tobacco crops; and 4pm Wednda, July to 00 Ji llet Mare Mule under good times are almost here. 10 00 37 llet Mare Mule ) ear and under 1 People ought to try to live on prom-- . 33 licit Mare Mule 1 ear old and over .. .. low ises, fatten on disappointments and bless ... inoa 34 llet M ire and Mule Colt, either LANCASTER, KY God that wo live auionir the best people i IIore for Saddle Purpose on earth. 40 lleit Stallion or Gclditi; 1 and under 3 ... 10 00 lloordin; Department cxclusnul) forelrl S. E. Owsley received a severe kick 10 00 ltn trained for leading College aud Unitcri- - t 41 Het Stallion or C.rldln; j iml undrr 4 Hot Million 4 c ir nd ocr in 00 from a horse hut S iturday. The calk of Well selected count of stud) 41 llet Saddle Million n a;e ij 00 the Shoe Went through his pants. dr.lW- - Moral and manner arctullv intlilled 'Ironing: tried te utter, abundant tet iniiint ' ers, sock anil boot and into his leg, inak- l"or information apply to J II KINN'Mi. (4 J ear aud undtr. 1 tet in 3, 10 Ik heat 100 00 I.ancxter, k 4' ing it a bud wound, 5;j to firt and 45 to ocond. On account of our London mail on the tract. ., I'e.t in j, liilt-45 35 eta HUBBLE. NOTICE. lml 37 l.K 1. !'. II Sl'KliVON SrANr OiTice I - l'M K' 1 N. I) i I 1 ... Kit, outh lde Mam THE SI, galt irorsE, AND FINEST to Iat LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY THE LARGEST I 1 LOTD &o CO., I I d, lli . I J I Mountain .Lands a I I i , , I v I Iti-- 1 , 1 - l.L'TCIIKlt SHOP. i 1 . - 4 I 4 I , li-- r shoe-peg- one-ha- lf .'., I C l.jr . f R-- t . store-hous- Lincoln Co. Stock Fair 2 and 3, 1838. XCE, ICE, ICE ,tr , u-- es FOR SALS. I g '-'0 Cent Ier lound ces-.e- s House and call nd C 14 g THAT FIGHT w.wBil-honeloi- n j Mn. I ln-e- 1 C pr-a-- - w M 111 "". ''"J"1'. I l )ir, n I ! 1 - I .-- ... 11 1 . r r, " 1 'Z. -- i Wasliinton Farm For C 1 11 1 '..... I Itrt-iitun- r I e in 1 I I I . 4 . NTERffi . Crab Orchard, (IIV - 3- 4 air-tigh- t. P Uk Wasx't Sf.XKi:i). "Mother," said Bobby huriiedly, sis he rushed into the sitting room, "I've just been and eat up nu your (ihiiicj iicarvw, mm pin 111c well, and btayed away fiotn school, and broken the front window, j nnd I supporio you'll have to hp.tnk me, nnd I've just swallow ed a pint of dyna-- 1 mito that I found over bytlu'stonequar- ry." Merchant Traveler. I Its Delicacy of Flavor efficacy of its action havo rendered tho famous California linuid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, immensely lar. It Cleanses and Tones up the clogged and feverish System, and dispels Head, aches, Colds, and Fevers, For sale by A. It. Pennv, Stanford. popu-catintliu And tho : 8yrup of Figs U moU own truo laxative. It is the Kditoi, as 11 rule, are alwavs kind-- 1 ea5ll' takon' and U,e m03t effective j hearted and liberal. An exchange tells ho i remedy known to Cleanse the System of u .subscriber to a certain paper . . . .. whoti wiltMia . .,,,, " PAitltfAi tn. llnn1 TI.,.. .1 died and left 14 peara unpiiitl. Tlie edi- aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habit- tor appeared at tho ravens the lid was being screwed dow 11 the last time and ul Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. put in a linen duster, a thenuometer, a Manufactured only by the California Fig palm-lea- f fan and a receipt for making Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. ice. Now York Herald. .... Nat"'s """ -- w.., u,u. I .tjiatic cholera kills people by the wholesale and there is no cure for it; ' ... I...1 ..1.1.1..... l.l.. ....... ... - McKinnpy uiik vriiiiici a unu'M'ii unuiui.i tuii; Steeple fitores tllO chicken that is down to per- nltht left health. It is watrailted by Mc couh- hn0h" ' !...... 1 u- Will you sufkr with Dyspepsia and Liver Com- plaint? Shlloh's Vitalizcr is ?unrantrd to ni ... 0.Mrlfi1irlfc .!. 1.11,. G. ml.... I .iuw a ,o. nti made miserable by that terrible Cure is the remedy for jou Stanford; Crew S. Co., Mc- - .'., Fine lira and Strinj; ISand in Attendance from old and over.,. .. 10 oa July 1st n September in Kateureatl reduced, Special premium bj T. Cole Guile, uith Si per day and $10 per we. k aud tipwanl l.opcr, Daicr S. Co,, CoMnyton, THOMAS NKWMAN, Manajcr; horouglibrcd HoroJ S C KINO, Resident Supt J 10 00 0 II F.OMISTON. Clerk 34 ii Ilo.t Stallion Colt under car lo oo 13 llet Stallion Colt J ) car unit under a 10 oo 14 Het Stallion a ) ear and oer niKNi:w oar to oo 15 ilet Mate Colt under oo 16 Ilckt Mare Colt lo ear and under i -- . 1000 17 I!.t Mare 2 year andoer Troiting. . loo 00 a tn 3 mile heat 3 j Trot, ASSOCIATION $75 to firt and $15 to second Class, best J ill 5 mile heat Hi .150 00 Will hold it regular annual exhll Ition in'I'uisd iy, Wednesday, Thursday and I rlday, $100 to firt; $jo to second ; $o to third the to fill and 3 to start in each ot abote, nnd 10 per cent, entr) fee; entries to 17, close on the 13 d i)' of July, 15 00 so Hest Combined Maru or Oe din it Hest pair of Horses or Marts, rcgardiis - - KENTUCKY. 30 00 RICHMOND, ol color, sex or ownership to 3 of his Colts under 33 Hot Stallion and J 15 00 year 10 no Purae3 33 Ilest M.ire and Colt either sex 30 00 Dash, free for all 34 Trottlnj and Running Entrance fee $ 50; 5 to fill; 3 to start. 30 00 Ilest Roadster Ocldin: 35 uH Saddle eldinj;, 4) car 1 M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, GP5W - 611 4TH AVENUE, 1 LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A discount of n per rt'tit wid hv iisen 011 all orders sent fur Mats with u 1 i of tile ajoi ud tertisvinent, ini'iitiiinili pup. r i. ijr 1 1 car-ol- d lt Madison County Fair yip Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery ol a remedy xa& positirtlv cures t has been made, and to be of its efTioacy only requires a trial, bottle is enough fa: one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. con-vince- THE KIRKSVII.I.K August, 14, 15, 16 & '88, STOCK FAIR ASSOCIATION, K1KKSYII.I.U, KV, Will hold their annual Fair at their miles from Kirkssille on grounds 3 d 1 andPremiuin8,;$5,000. Half-mil- e JULY 7 AND a8, 1888. a 50-cen- ts I , RACES EACH DAV. J I -- - JtobertHifcStiij:g. 1't Mcllobsrt & Kinney., Sti, AY SECOND Jack Stock: Hcst Jack Colt under t jcar HAY-FRID- Special, Triins and low fare on all railroals. 10 00 Liberal premiums and god management have made tliis one of the loremost Stoi.k Fairs of tho Slate. For catalogue and particulars address, two-third- s T. J. COVI.NU H. CHKNAUI.T, ON Sec y President. (331 J.H. WAI.KKR, Secretary. Kir ksville, K For Sale by McRoberts &Sta ,.,.., .,-- i, uO- -