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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888071701 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 J Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1888. Courts OftlclaPJnvestlgatlon. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. VOL. XVI. HUSTONVIILE. s NO. 45 EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, LANCASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. 'I' the IMitor Interior Journil ) "Tcnclu-rwishing Out ii.Min, July 10. In justice to must unit until thu llrst Friday in An-gu- tt myself, I would ask a Hinall space, in for wliitt'H and wconil l'riday for t b' oxainlniMl dun colored. - Tlio Ti'wIiijih' Institute- - (vvliito) will bo hi'lil at Stanford beginning Aug. nml litHtiiifs 5 days. Tim law is imperii-tiv- i, requiring every oni' actually holding a certificate, or expecting to apply for out' during tin year, to bo present, or present a lawful excuse for absence, under pi'iiulty of forfeiture of ccrtillcate. Messrs. Alien A. Held cold a lot of Koan Ktock on .Saturday an follow s: II; man' and Williams. mare to inuli' colt to Smith, of Adair, $1 10; same to T. 1 CrK'iitor, $11W; Mini- - to same, $1 17, same- - to S. Cowan, ll7; colt to Millard Allen, fVi; name to I). S (illy to .J. It. Carpenter, $! I; Weatlicrford, M; yearling colt to Tut-tl41'-- '; yearling colt to same, $W); total -. e, $i,i:i. ilearances.de.' l)rn, ilrowu and Alcorn leturned from Crab Orchard in good form and an expression of countunantu indicating n eonscioiisncss of having vindicated the portion that imvu them hlrth. Powers is the world with reduction of prices in earning out Ids midsummer dciiUHTatlceiub. lie has 100 names en-- , rolled alreadv ami prospitts for eon-id- -i Mrs. Kate Itlain has erable inciea'se. from Knox villi' and expects to riturnetl remain here. ltev. Mr. Randolph is ex- li.tul to boKin a meeting at tlie I'resbx Kennedv inu over his success in nuking up K. 1). is beam- H j ten.ui church Friday evening the ,.. 'JOth your valuahle paper to answer tho from your Crab Orchard corrurc pouilent. Ah to tin' complaint, I have heard of that myself, tint did not pay 'any attention to It, as I knew that I was getting tho credit for selling nil the ardent spirits sold in Crab Orchard and vicinity "and very unjustly," as I have not sold f the whisky that has been drank here since the tlrst of January, by any hiciiiis as tho chronic grumblcis van be shown, if they will but take the pains to visit the depot and ascertain from our gonial agent the number of jugs and that haw been imported to various ones. Your coriespondent says, "To our own certain knowledge wi know of four ImrrelH being sold." Xow, I would like to ask how that knowledge was acquired. As to my certain knowledge your correspondent has been an invalid foi seven or eight months and during that time has been upon the streets but verv few times. As to declaring my store a nuisance, I would like. to them that they are disnisrdnj; If they want to see '"'P'ihilitieH. what can Ih done in the premises let them prefer charges ng.iinnt me, before tribunal, and if they ran projn-proe t the satisfaction of the court that I have violated the law, tben the court H1 certainly revoke my liccii-..'I he above would be a much better way of coming to some understanding than to be talking so much. ar-tie- le one-hal- kt-g- s "ni. e r j . , CUy Co., Iowa chairman and James Maret secretary. Mrs I'hicbeChesley, After the committee on resolutions made tills the following remark ib! tnr, In truth of season tick"Will you buy a hiw-lxtInch is vouched for bj t roldcnt.of the town: et and take me evury game'.'" impiiicd their report speeches were in older.! I am J years olJ, h ohm alum and lime- baking iiovvdors ! hen troubled with kidne) Hon. J. A. Craft, elector for this dis-- ' complaint and limcue.s for many year; could not fore tho public with tho assurance that the girl. "i ), that is too much! Anything but trictina happy vein, demonstrated to! dress myself Mtlhnu: I elp Now I am free from tht y are pure and wholesome articles. the satisfaction of the large ami repre- pain and soreness and am able to da all my o n In the belief of tlio truth of such state- that!" moaned the youth. housework. one my thanks to Kltcinc Hitters "Then away witli you" thundered the sentative audience of democrats the fal for having renewed my youth and removed comments such baking powders ate largely and pun. Try a bottle joe and used in the nreturatlon of food, and in noble girl. "Although I love you leai- - lacy of keeping up tlio robber tarill' at pletely all its present high figure ami showed that Si,t V. It. I'ennv' Dm; Store. this way the poisonous ingredients are) ly I can never be yours." With a gioan of unutterable anguish the democratic party was the real friend ' taken into the system without a sinpi-- j Worth Knowing. Ity ami by comei Adolbort rushed from the house and tho to the lalwring men. C. C. Williams, cion of their presence. Mr. VV. H. Mirm, merchant, Lake CItj, Fli spills of lieatlacho, distress in tlio stoiu-- next day the daughter of Mr Reginald the "mountain orator," followed Mr. ua.iakci. with a ecre CjIJ, attended with a Cngh aid r inning nu Consumption in aili, loss of apN'titi', a Muttering of tin was mairiod to the ticket take' at tlio! Craft with one of the best speeches of He tridmanj so called popular ' his life. His tribute to Cleveland mihI its hrt st Judge. is seized with an appa-- polo ground-.- . hiart, tho chilil and worse. Thui man was grand. The crowd was cough remedies ha d eadil grew hreathin; Was cently causeless cough. Tho coating of n tillv 11 and re cicnce," if ve understand carried away with his eloquence and1 valiueJ in to lep Kinall) tried Dr King'" New the stomach is iltMrovod. perhaps; one1' "Christian unable yelled itselt ho.uso over his many tolling Discovery foi Consumption and fo in immediate of the vital organs is tendered almost it aright, is neither christian nor about half Hoten bottles of Christian Sci- - hits at the opposite party. "Old John relief, ind after kidnovs are attacked witli'tiilc. the ... . . :. .1... l l found himself well and has had no return ot the !.... l.il i... mm ihown" woke the natives when llriglltM disease. he got disease, N other real Hie Itealtll Ol tile once is nit- nnhnriuii in- show s grinJ a iluld is iircpartihly broken down; the mutter i.Miot real, that spirit i the only stinted on his few lemaik- - to the boys. rci.rJof ir;.ai Dr. K"u' N'ew Dis.jrr for Sat is l.m'aiteed t ' ist adult becomes a chronic invalid. These reality; tlmt min and sickness and all lie kept them in line humor, not only t msuinptiun t it free at 1' f r it 1 r i' K. Pinnv arc the doings of the modem cheap Isik-- ! bodily eonditioii. aie not bodily coiidi-- illustrating his points by tolling aneclir .si 'i lug powders that aie composed of Ihuo timis at all. but only mental imaginings; dotes applicable to the occtision, but by IhhIIIv .s.n.iitloiH.Hn.l that, according- - giving old fashioned sulphuric or and alum, or that contain lv, if we believe tlmt we are well, we are blows of connnon sense throughout his pluwpbatic acids. In view of those facts surely all house- - 'veil; if we lielicvetlmt wcmviHUUIes., ve addioss. After his speech the chairman wtxishhoulilexeieise the line that is, sutl'er no pain. There is nothing new in aniiouiiccil that the secretary was leady Who advised her pupils to strengthen wi know, not oxcioised by hjiiu' in the this pliilosuphy; itis siniplynnew formof to take the names of those wishing to of join the club. stepped forward and their minds by tho nsotho Aycr's lection of a proper bmml of baking an old imiiostlcdivtrinc, which has 'a k appreciated truth that whetli-lea purpose, nut inly of delusion, but attached their names, pledging themr. She wIiimI.hii not do'so, bodily health is essential to mental Io of demonihUinn. The grosMwt sen-o- r selves to woik for the best inteu.st ot vigor. For persons of dellcato and feeblo or tin neglect is the result ol ignorance re Ulessiiess, cannot lice herself from siiality and vice found in the iiirly cvn the party. The meeting was lmnnoni- -' constitution, whether young or old, this medlcluo is remarkably bcuetlclal. Bo behind it. We have in ous nd enthusiastic. The chairman anpeil.npsi turies, n tut r. snonsibilitv for thelu-nlth- , our own time known of peoplt- talking of nounced a convention of democrats to sure you get Ayer's Sarsaparllln. lift, tliereby eiidangetiil. No housewife " Kvery spring and fall I tako a Uko place here on .Niturday, July 2Mb, com-- . men ami women who vveiv living in nii.l bo ignorant of tlio quality bottles of A j it's Sarsaparilla,aml Mrs. James II. mil greatly benellted." the at tide which she uses tol knowledwd llcentiousiuvs u having to nominate delegates to the Danville Kuitiiiaii, Stoiieham, Muss. leaven her liroa.l, biscuit and cake. The "pure souls." It is a natural reaction congiessioiiid convention. The follow . " I liavo taken Ayer's Sarsaparllla tho govornnient cliem- - "gainst materialism, but tpiito as false ing persons were named as olliceis of with great benefit to my general health." olllcial MissThlrza I j. Crerar, Palmyra, Id. ' philosophy, and capable of quite the club. C. C. Williams, President; P. ists, who are certainly unprejudiced, "My daughtor, twelvo years of age, We advise our P. Noiton, W. R. Cress and R. I.. have been published and show veiy wellJHM pernlcioiiB results. has suffered for tho past year from James Maret, the quality ami strength of all the bak leadoi-- to have nothing to do with tho Thompson, Debility. Christian Secictarv and Tieasuier. Christian science. ing powdero on the matket. The Royal A few weeks slnco, wo began to glvo Hiking Powder, which is accessible at I'nioii. lior Ayer's Sivr.sajuirltliv. I lur health lias Tlio Ciiiciiiimti I .Miifhino Co. lias every hand, is reported absolutely fieo Mrs. Harriet II. greatly Improved." The purslane, the common yard and iW'siKiK'ii, with liuhilitiosof $1.0,00(). Buttlus, South Chelmsford, Mass. from linn;, alum, phosphaticacitl, or any Kitiu-cguidon giowtlt of this section, is one of Stanyiirtl was liuiif; in tiu "Alioiitis year ago I began using Ayor's injurious ingredient. It is further statSnisnpnrilla as a remedy for debility toed for cattle we have. It is Ohio lVniti'iiti.uy Friday for tlio r ed by tlio most eminent authorities on the best nml neuralgia resulting from malarial said to make the butter as yellow and of Aliio UaiK'oi'k-- , vvlioin lie tried to exposure In tho nrmy. I was In a very food hygiene tliat food leavened with it bail condition, but six bottles of It grows luxuriantly in rape. Before Marlinj,' to tlio pillows i ye. rich as is morn wholesome than when raised by with occasional doses of Ayer's ly every yard and garden of thecity, lie played a tune or two on an mroide-- 1 Tills, liavo greatly improved my health. any other method. Its use is tlieieforo neai I am now ublo to work, and feel that I ami has been as tioiiblesomo to garden- on anil told the nownpaper reporters to to be commended. It is to be regretted cannot say too much for your oxcollont o him aood ers as original sin, and the wonder "why oil'. V. A. I'inkham, South remedies.'' that no other baking powder, when ground'.'" has been uni Moluucus, Me. W. .Maitin Jones, the Prohibition in tho imuki't. some ciimbereth it the there are so many "My daughter, sixteen years old, Is Instead of cutting it up ami nominee for Governor of New York, has versal. of which will ilml their way into use, is using Ayer's Sarsaparllla with good efthrowing it away, give it to your milch to meet a ehari'. It in alleged fect.'' ltov. 8. .1. Graham, United freu from all of these substances. The Brethren Church, lliickhnnnon,'V. Va. A tea made from this weed gives that lie eouironiiel a suit against a olllcial analysts assure us, howuvci, that cows. ",I sufferod from Albany, liiinor dealer for 100 ami poeketed the teliof from heat eruption." all except the lloyal contain either lime (la. News. money, although part of it vuis intended The housekeeper who or ilium. for tlio township interented. with lnmo hack and headacho, and liavo the health of her loveilonesshould . s been much buiintitcd by tho uso of Ayor's Syrup of Figs Itoyul, but make pernot only order the S.irsaparillit. I am now b'.l years of age, Wlien CJt'ii. Harrison ran agaitiht Van am shIIsIIimI that sonal examination to be sure no other Is Nature's own truo laxatWo. It is th Buren in 18Litl ho was beaten. When mid prolonged life aromy present health ifim to thu uso of uiul most tMislly taken, and tho most ofToctiYe lie brand in sent her in its place. beat Van Buren in 1810 tho demoAyer's Satsaparilla." Lucy Moflitt, ramody known to Clansi tho Syitam KlUlngly, Conn. An exchange given the following rem- when Bilious or Costlyo; to dispel Head- cratic party had been in power for 1U Mr. Ann II. Fnrnsworth, a lady 79 eoiiweoutivo years. If history is going to years old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes : edy to drive uwuy Hies: "Take one ache,' Colds, and Ferars; to Cura HaWt-u'After several weeks' suffering from repeat itself in tho name of Harrison tcaspoonful each of black ami rayenno Constipation, Indigastion, I'IIm, etc. nervous prostration, I procured u bottlo ami mixed in a munll Manufactured only by tha California Fig this time, Cleveland will bo elected and ot Ayer's Sarsaparllla, and Ivefore I peppor, pulverized Harrison will have to wait ami try it luul taken half of It my usual health quantity of iiioIuhhch and wt it in your Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. roturncd." ugaln. room. "It will drive the flien away and For Milo by A. H. l'unny, SUtiford. thev will not return us long ua you keep s Tho total vote of these United Stated this" in vour room. Tho mixture may bo rilKPAUKD or Catirrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured at tho Presidential election of 1884 was placed on a dish or tin pan. Or. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mass. by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 30 cent. Na-- tl 0,051, 8sil. This year it should reach a WUk. Trios $1; tz bottlc, i. Worth Injector frt. McKoborts & iH'ti, Stanford; Whitcluw Koid's custlo near New close to IL',000,000. Ionj $300,000. MiKUncv. Crow, Co, York burned; The Danger Before Us. We have already alluded to the importance of housekeepers paving more at- tention to the kind of baking powder used In leavening their bread. This i a matter to which we cannot draw atten-- i tint often, U'caiise it - something! whit h involves the most serious conse-- l itrnii'H to the geiiend hodvof mankind. Tiinpertince aMitles tell us and there is ample foundation for the statement that there is disease, lsith moral and iiv steal, in the intoxicating cup; and in Mine way there is disesise, slow pel haps, hut certain, in the lime and alum leavening agents employed in many of the homes on this continent. No iiunishmontis too severe for thoe, niaiiuf.ictunrs who place thee jKiison , -I - i:. Her One V. J..M5I, Little Request. On the elegantly upholstered sofa in the pallor of Sir Reginald MuMoon sat his only daughter, Vivian, clasped close to the Miiulay vet of Adalbert de bun. The lii.de of evening had long since ctiiscd falling, anil all was daik and still save for the ticking of Vivian's Waterbury watch. Niddenly Adolbort, throwing himelf ujon lit knees at the feet of the imperious queen of the e 'Nccnth ward, exclaimed in a fniut, high, but piteous voice: "Darling Vivian, think how I love you, ami promise that you will hu mine! I will make any sacritlce to win yon furl llib-tto- n ace-th- The Oarrard County Teachers' InCorn prospects weie never better. e Mrs. T.J. Hansel died Monday, af- stitute will convene Aug. Rlth ami I'rinco nml Pcasnnt, tlio Milllonairo and live days. ter a long illness of consumption. Day Laborer, by their common uso of II. A. Ilurdett, whoso recently lost Hy proper work Rockcastle will bo this remedy, attest tlio vvorltl-wld- o rephis wife, has hail to give up a little . brought into the democratic ranks. utation of Aycr's I'llls. leading w ho died on Monday year-ol- d son, Ren, CM Williams says lie will mime his rccoiuiiiend tlioso pills tor last. Stomach ami Llvur Troubles, Costive-nus- s, boy, arrived last Tuesday, Thurnian. IlllloiiKiieis, and Sick Ifcnilaclio; Mrs. W.S. Klkin ami Willie Watson R. (J. Williams has purchased an inalso, for ItliciiinatlMii, Jaunillce, and terest in the drug store of M. C. & I). N. are visiting relatives in town. Kb Hig-ginNeuralgia. They aro sugar-coate; conof Louisville, lingers in our midst. Williams. tain no calomel ; aro prompt, but mild, L. F. Hubble, of iSirininghani. Mrs. Susie I.'aton, of (ilasgow, in operation ; anil, therefore, tho very Ala., is bost uii'dicluu for Family Use,03 well as home Monday, after a visit to A. home to see his folks. for Travelers anil Tourists. An aged negro, named Clate Doty, Catron and relatives at Level (ireeii. " I have tleriveit great relief from Those bustling drummers, C. '.. Hoi-de- r while riding a hoise near Point Leavell Ayer's lMlls. Five years ago I waa taken do 111 with and Jell' IIuH'aker, spent Sunday on Sunday, suddenly fell from bis horse here. Dr. Percy Iteiiton has left Wildie dead. His horse had been frightened a short time before by a man tiding a biami located at lirodhead. that I was unalilo to do any work. I V.. T. Tish has typhoid fever. Dr. cycle ami making took tlireo Imjxcs of Aycr's Pills anil jumps with was entirely curctl. Slnco that tlmo I Ronton is a Cleveland worker. Win. him, must have been the cause of h h am never without a 1kx of tlieso pills." Stewart, the old original democrat of the death. Peter Clirlsteunen, Sherwood, Wis. county, was in the meeting flourishing a' The quaitorly inspection of Co. G '.M "Aycr's Pills liavo been in uso in my family upwards of twenty years ami huge iMudaua. Regiment State Guard lOusliy Rillesi, liavo compli'tcly verltled al that Is A number of good men who have' will take place at the company's rlulmeil for them. In attacks of piles, :umi ry from which I siitTeri'il many years, they heretofore nllliated with the republican)) this, Tuesday, night, July 7, at; s. o'clock. afford greater relief than any other walked up and inscribed their names for j The insp ction will be made by the com-pin- y meillclno I ove tried." -- T. F. Adams, Cleveland ami declared their intention! ollkvrs, ('apt. W. J. Kiniiaird and Holly Springs, Texas. " I have used Aycr's Pills for a numto vote the ticket from "eend to eend." Lieuts. Duncan and Itrown. Kvery one ber of years, and liavo never found anyAn old business man here says it is invited. thing equal to them for giving me an appetitn and imparting energy and not tho poor man who is the most troub- Mis. J. V. Cook is Iving quite ill strength to tho system. I always keep iesome when it conies to collecting, but at home near Laiicastei. John II. them In tho house." It. !). Jackson. Wilmington, Del. it s those who say, "Well, I'm good; it's Woodcock, wile ami son, are rusticating "Two loxes of Aycr's Pills cured me all right;" and thus it goes. The poor at Cumberland FalN. James I. Hamilof severo man scratches around, pays up; his' ton, of Stanford, was in Lancaster on neighbor who is "good" goes on his way Sunday. G n. W. J. Laiulram went to from which I was long a sufferer." with a clear (?) conscience and pays, Loudon on legal business last week. .Mr. Kmuiii Keyes, Iltibbarilston, Mush. w hen ho gets ready, if tlmt time and Mrs. W. II. Kinnaird vis'ted their ever "Whenever I am troubled with constipation, or suffer from loss of appetite, Some of the best i?i men of the daughter, Mrs. W. R. Riirnsido, a few Aver's Pills set mo right again." A. J. days since. county moon the lattei list. Mis. Dur.int in visiting1 Riser, Jr., Rock llou.se, Va. Rockcastle county loses another of friends in Cincinnati. "Ayer's Pills aro in general demand among oar customers. Our sales of her brightest flowers.' Dr. J. T. Flanathem exceed those of nil other pills comA report from West Liberty, Ky.f gan, a piomiueiit and iullueiitial physibined. We have never known them cian of Powei's More, Casey county, and states that neatly nil the inhabitants of fail to give entire satisfaction." Wright & iluuuelly, ban Diego, Texas. Mis lliuinii Virginia Roppcrt, n lovely that little village aie ill with (lux. More than 0U persons are now down with the' ami accomplished yoiiiiglady,tlio young-- ' est daughter of J. S. Roppcrt, Ksq., were diease and niot of the cases me piov-in- g rilKrAKKI) 11 Y fatal. They aie attacked with vomit- -' maiiied Saturday morning at 11 o'clock ing, cramps, bleeding fioni the nose and Or. J. C. Ayer It Co., Lowell, Mass. at the resilience of J. W. Nesbitt, this' Rold by atl Dealers In Medicine. place, Klder M. R. MooicoihYiating. The ears, and, after deat h turn black. new lymai tied paii took the noon train Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. for home. '1 he livt .ilc in the world ii.tn, liruint., .! The deniiierals of old Rockcastle (ire, ulieM, milt rheum, ft r re, lettor, chip- swarmed from the hills and valleys into! pod II in l, clnlM im n- - i md ti Un ertin I hao 400 acres, more or less, of Mountain, Coal town Saturday last in answer to a call tiom, mid rxMitlxel) mr jiiIm. or no pay required It U f ir.inteed In i : perfect t.itlstiic-lin- and Timber I.alids that I will sell at a bargain I from the chaiimau of the democratic have. store room to rent torn furniture and or mmev refunded I'ncs Jj cnM per liox. hardware or tinner's tablihment committee, for the purpose of organi.ing I'(iratel A R t'enn), SI intord, K Tni'sc are good for 4udnv Far further C W MK'ICAI.F to a club. They met at the court-hous- e nrite at Harbours ilte, Ky 3! Renews Her Youth. I', m. D. N. Williams was named for con-thinpliy-slclas, d Rich and Poor, DANVILLK, ICY. IU moved to hit elegant new building opponte the postotlice and i better than ever prepared to accommodate the public with fine picture! from photograph to life ne. Satitfaction guaranteed. 2To Cutd, No e Ch.rg. Doctor .Stuart, N York Speciill,i. 1, at the I'lirtman Home, Stanford, Kr. 1 he Doctor l a thoroughly educafed phjslclan. .r.M,d5,your dl,c-"ntight and usk no questions I lie Doctor treats all curable diseases of long standing. Disease, or Women an I all formi ot piles Will remain 10 diy. Consultation free lloneit opinion given to each patient as to curability of liis Rheumatism dieasc. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KT. This old an J Hotel is still maintain-In- g its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. it. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., SJ"' Ml. Vernon, Ky. R. S. MSHTIS. ' 1 Hrodhkad, K.vMav, 1M7. Albright A Martin beg to inform their man friends and customers of the change in firm name to JNO. M. rSRKINS MARTIN & PERKINS, The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many im. Placements in the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural Leal brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you rorpast favors and asking for a continuation 01 your trade, e remain, Respectfully yours, MARTIN .VPKRKIN'S Headache, j ' LOUIS SOHLEGEL, PHOTOGRAPHER, IilCIIMON-JJ ICY. Ayer's Pills, Mountain 1 Photographs in alt styles and sues. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New inFriiies anl Mats at very low.pnces. WOOD WALLACE, THE GEKTS' FURJHSHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, ing line will always be found in my store. I am agent lor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the best Laundry in the world. I Xi&nds n lveiy, geed and ale Stable, informa-mathi- 1 my wile. Pet-rso- n, ' I ll 7 1 I !,n . . nnn mil i ltrifL V.nl imt tint. Kit. ,3 rwws brick ready for sale, or I w ill take contracts to ' I keep my build them in walls fresh meats now! in Van.Vrsdale's ce lar andean furnish Shoat, lleef ' VV I KAalbhV and Miitto'i .it uli tunes W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV , di'e JaADIES & GENTLEMEN OK I SrANKOIlD Good turnouts and saddle horses alw.tys for hire on reasonable terms, London Is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the in the mountain section of the State. 10 i 1 keep a nice and neat little store on Lancaster strict I keep escnthin"; nice and neat and stry cl.eip; so it jou get hungry or drt, this is the place to tiuv If sou don't belies e me, call and ' Respectfully, see J T HARRIS JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. First-clas- 1 j 'i, I LTJMBEB. YARD! I hase purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. (lc irije D Wciren and I M llrm.e and will open a bii .ird at the .me piirulnscd of Mr Wcarcn ll sides lumber in r.High and dressed, I will carr) i lirv tine in win low sashes, djir md shingles, and the pi ket fence forntrly sold b lulls. Mr Wcarcn. s tj MOCKER i.; tyr iMi-- ...... scion-useles- s, I 1 - I , iiium-niin- s, Thoroughly Renovated a'nd Refurnished. s Fare and Ketsonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite PortersJ'of this Popular House. f. 107-t- ! - j s MYlEMtf MOTEllf This old and u Hotel still maintains its high reputation, and its Proprietor i determm. ed that it shall be secjnd to no conntry Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointments, or Atten; wests. IUggage comtyed tion to his t and from depot free of charge' Special accominodi-lion- s to Commercial Traselers. J H 1 , 1.1 V slcilgo-liainm- STANFORD, KY., To the Fanner3 of Lincoln and E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. i........ The Teacher Garrard 0 o untie s- - noiv-ptivv- d. P-- Thc Sa.,ford Hlltr Mills Cmnpins winls jour wluK wIihu i.roi)i iii. und will p iv in cash the h jhe-- t market fir II Do not'sell U'liliout tir-- t seems Superiiit'ndent 1'sitts at the Mill or I ne unjers.neo J I us I IK, ,., l're st.,' rd It slier Mil's '.o I d r uil J,..Lsj 1 I HltTOS R. DAMs. - mini-bor- To The Voten of Iiincoln County: I lie a II s are n r ui f r xifi nJ ill iiiur.iid) to receive the taxi-li.rboJy ,me . HXI.TON'&JDATrXS -- I1FSLERS - nleisi- 10 j if f nsard and r i) pu rirlv m vvi.Axd, s s vs l. c Gcncral Merchandise, KOVVLAND, KY, Hase jut opfnea anew stock of Men's and Ilovs Clothuu, Hats. Cans, Hoots, Shoes. Dry Goods, Notions and Family Groceries Also dealers in Coal Countrj produce taken In eschange for is .!.... . rt c '.i.vci tome h""" n learntu ....-- I pricein trade one, cone advantages ''U'o nu-s.lI io-6- ' MILLERSBURG s FEMALE come 111 C'OLLEGI School I 1 Vice-Preside- General A Modern Progressive Where your dai ghters ill oc tiuglit how to be-tru. worrcn, as well as th r ughl) intriii-t- ed LITERATURE, Address 37 I Lebanon Planing Mill, 1871. 1888. r SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. iniir-tii-- KV C IOI'E. Pre.idet t, or MRS S C TRUEHI.VRr, ' thoSar-snnarill- a, I.ady rrini.ip.il .MillersburK, Ky k.ri fy .amps. ,!, r,6f:niiCleklal 3 ..m . y.&,zzzriiirwr Tfcss mmi ti.K stiUUBGSlatSJ VVrfTAiisyiTtriiaF' 1 -- ; '0 JH! Ylut "QsBmtChicaco Rti(s; A OFFUTT, Proprietor, - i LKIIANO.V, KY, rn1.1. Doors, rds Nervous Prostration, A NEWT t -- FAST Leaving lloth MATT' I Urackets, '"" 'Mill,tl"; erandas, Cornices, Ilalusters, .ash. ItllniK PnmM ! -- j I LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Newels, Store Fronts, Shelving, Counters, Moori.ig, Siding, Shingles, Latht, Kough and Dressed 1. umber. Send for prices before buying elsewhere. Cinit Sta'irs, lis. I Daily, Secures to Travelers, WTOTICE! TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill fin the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the alliens ol the county should have county pride enough to patroniie and sustain the same Wi wish to whom it may concern that wc are in tho market to buy your wheat and corn and will always give the highest market price for same. We have added tome new machinery to our corn meal department and can oow make meal to suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and meal departmeul, All havitggtain in our line for tale, will please tall it the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who will give the best prices fur tanw. Ilraa and shipstuff always VV. N. POTTS, in ttovl. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co jji tf. - THE MOST RAPID ROUTE tines on the Onio River and Chicco. the fastot tune and most comfortable Kver attempted between the great commercial and hence al m Ayer's Sarsaparilla, & , I I 1 trains between all points in the South, or to the VV'csl and Northwest, 'I he counterpart of this train oa all trunk lines is denominated The limited Kxprcss, 'I he superb rolling slock ve employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort axf-all Coupon Ticket Offices In the South you svill find our time tablet and tickets. Sar Motion, k'ft Monon and tuck to Monon, it you want to save money and have pleasant journey. Jl. MClAllsMHK, Central I'asstnfer Ascnt, Chicago. City Ticket Afitnu and Officers; K. A IlU.KNt, jj; sill Ave., Louisville, Ky, I. M. TosHisc, 1J9 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio. At t, SsyV &' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Tv'v ..,... ..., Cnwrntn .., .Tlir.Y . 17., 1HS8 - - I W. P. WALTON, ! nine-tenth- TiiKstateinuiit having been made that s of the railroad employees of IiHlianaaroo.pose.noueu.iiarnsonou lieeount of his eotirso durliiL' the strike et up a of 1877, an effort was made to railroad demonstration at Indianapolis in his favor and refute the slander. A dispatch from there nivs: Locally the demonstration was the broadest kind of a farce. The marshal of the parade is the chairman of the republican county central committee, and a railroad attorney of Boine prominence, but who is no closer akin to the working railroad men than Adam's off ox. Then there were in the procebsion 2 men who took the places of strikers at that time and who are commonly called "scabs," besides railroad superintendent, their clerks, fast freight line agents and others whose interests are now nnd ever have been with corporations. There were not 25 engineers, firemen and switchmen in line, all told, in the city. The afyet there are fair was arranged for the sole purpose of deceiving the outside world and not for local effect. .1 ' " Huring many things to write unto you, I would not writo with paper atul ink; but I trust to cotno unto you und seuk fuco to face, that our Joy may bo full." Old Muino statesmen nro now recalling the days when Melville W Fuller, tho nominee for Chief Justice of tho Supreme Milldale. Court, was n lo'rislatlvo rcixrtcr at tho Maine capital. Ho was a bright young fel George M. Itider suH'ored the penalDANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Ono day lie not that low, und full of Ideas ty that all murderers "hould at Marshall, would put o his report Thomas Alexander, lately in part- -' tho next duv Inphrase lutolrftho mouth of Mo., Friday. fcihukesprurcan Hiram" Sibley, the seedsman, died at nership with George lloiitiv has rented every uienitwr of the House who spi'.io Ho his home in ltochester, N. Y., lastThurs-- ' the room next ea- -t of the Gilcher Holi- rtid, even to tho member who moved to adThU and will at once open a family grocery. journ being madutoiniotiyhakexiouro-- o much day morning. Statesmen Pine Thirty-tlv- e bicycle riders, who start tickled tlu called Trio down on the lloor of Dr. A. Y: P. Garnett, Surgeon Genhim thul they In an interview, old Saddlebags M( end of the Southern Confederacy, died ed out from Indianapolis -- ome time ago, tho House, complimented him nm his ' a speech, und Donald savs the democratic ticket will at Washington. weie expected here Sunday at noon, but work, called upon Itnii for paper uud ion-cilof by from 5,000 to 10,000, g to a change of programme did not vo'.ed him an extra supply carrv Indiana The Williamsburg Kagle, another " . Says ho, "We have confidence hero in Kentucky republican paper, has sus-- 1 get nearer than I larrodsbui-gCONDENSED CURRENCIES. Cleveland because he is a man who can ponded Next. The republican campaign club 1110; consider-fee- t stumped every county say no. I have Tin 111: is a clergyman in Kngland nnmed Alpena lost 20 'houses and a million Friday night and transited in'the State and in many counties ever" ble business of a loyal and union pro-- , SiraiRlit whoso curat is uutned Crooked. of lumber by fire. Over 1,000 pco-- 1 Actoutuvo to insuranco statistics more tnwnshii). and I think I am correct in pie 111 e homeless. .serving character. One of the featims pulls of fires will be 'of the meeting was a stirring speech by wutosure extinguished by tho usoof tliis estimate of the vote: There Hon. George V. N. Iaithrop, U. S. than by all other means. K. B. Thiele. r. 240,000 straight democratic and 2:55,000 Minister to Hu-iii- , hits resigned on Iint.so last year ll.UO pupils in flfty-flvMary Kllon Owens, a colored wo- - colored schools of the South revolved aid straight republican votes. This leaves count of ill health. from the State fund amounting to f !.,(). a iloatinc vote of 25.000. Out of that the . came to town this morning with a Frank Stone negro white woman Awutc walker with a circus fell forty of the majority must come. It consists attempted rap, mob hanging, all small infant in her arms and swore out a feet wlille performing in a Massachusetts warrant. She claims that town, but alighted ou his foot uud was not Greenback, Iiborand Prohibition votes near Pell City, Ala. is the infant's "PA." hurt a bit. combined and Harrison is not popular About 12000,000 bushels of coal left Charles Wil-o- n The salary of tho Chief Justtco of tho Pittsburg on last week's rise, half of All the parties live at Wilsouville, a citv with any of these." Supremo Court Is only $I0.:)J United Mary Kllon u year, States u New York judge draws situated near Parksville. which was assigned to Louisville. while Journal offered $500 to The Detroit a year. Three million dollars, it is now Kiid, says Charles married another woman at- the person prophesying the three hot is the extent of the loss bv the floods in tor the baby w.is bom. IIdu.n ,, M. T. claims to bo tho richest In tho Sinter Tho test days of the year. Gen. Greely, our Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Jo S. Moore and W. B. Nichols have city of its sio omplovedI'nltodestablishments iu actual capi.al own Signal Service chief, put in a bid by made an arrangement with the Central, in that city is tl(,U),U). After many trials, William Hall, of and it is hardly neces- Georgia, has been acquitted of the mur- Kentucky Fair Association to issue a fixing July 7 SiitM-.- r LiMi'ii, the Southern poet, is to sary to state how badly he got loft. The der of his wife, which occurred 2it years daily newspaper during the fair. It istn have a monument costing 1.",U00, and Baltiginnery fact is the three days named were the ago. contain news, advertisements, jokelets more,ofMont money forand Mncoii will glvo Iho purpose. tho coolest, the mercury having gone down d 1 child of go-- , mot nnd poemlets, a ChiCharles less, president of the ItrTsv, a perfonninu elephant brought to degrees on the 14th and staying in cago Hlovator Company, went raving nius having been especially engaged at this country by llamuni, and known to bo to 00 that neighborhood till yesterday. The mad because of an unfoitunate specula- heavy expense to manufacture the Iii- -t over nnio'y-thrcyears "Id. diod tho other day In the sti eet. in H'chmoml, Va. general oughtn't to give himself away tion. two named commodities. (inwTivo inarrlaso heenso by telephone by such reckless predictions. The pco-pi- e John Humphreys, coloied, was takMr. Osborne, a student of the Tneo-logicIs Hie latest dooljpmc::u in this seiontlilo will loose faith in him. en from j'ail at Asheville, N. C, and Seminary, IitiNvillc, preached at ago. Bucyru.s, O , Is tho place tlutdosorve nnulo tho experi211 years sincft the last lynched for an outrage 011 a young white the Baptist church 011 Sunday morning. the honor of having jr.t It is now over woman. given six ment. has been Mr. Hale, the ienill-ca. doiiblo gun of the civil war was fired and yet The Fourth of July li An express train on the Virginia weeks' vacation and is now with his famthe annivur- cu in Iowa. It is 1.. number of original pensions granted the bidding a bary of tho Declaration 01 lndetondonce, during the fiscal year ending with June Midland went through a weak bridge at ily at Mnyfiold. lie began but tho anniversary of its existence ns a previous year by Or.ingo C. II., killing seven outright and meeting at Burgin Monday, but receiv- Territory. exceeded those of any was wounding ."0 or moie other persons. 11 telegram that his oldest child ing nearly 5,000, the total number of certifiA Makyi.ani widow named Hitllcts set n The Sherifi' succeeded in capturing very ill at Maylleld, he was compelled to bear trap at her smoku-liousdoor, nnd tho It seems that cates issued being 11:1,087. 11 of the men engaged liar. in the Fusion-Hos- e close his meeting and hasten to it. first catch was a man who wa to this complexion will it come at last: war in Whitley. His posse had to IteV. Dr. Bartlett, of Lexington, was Ho bad packed up ouo bundled pounds of will labor to pay the Half of the country carry oil. shoot two before they would surrender, expected to preach at the First Presby- - bacon to A srcris'iTi. uutocraph hunter of Miother half pensions, which very many of The gas works of the Cincinnati terian church Sunday morning, but lwaukee, bus In his collection tho autographs the recipients do not deserve. Southern exploded at Ludlow, seriously owing to the death of a member of his of eveiy President of tho United Statoo, down to Cleveland.' Ho from Ckktain newspapers are trying to cre- wounding five and slightly wounding a congregation he was compelled to re- also Washington given by George Washa noto main at home. Dr. K. M. Green, the ington to pay for his pew rent in the church ate the impression that Gov. P.uckner is number of other employes; loss $7,000. The wife of Itev. J. Basil Thomas, nt pastor, officiated, and pi earned a chaste that tio attended at Alexandria. shinnying around trying to fix up his , TiiKiti: nro no colored members of tho fences to succeed Senator Blackburn, but Gratz, Ky., cowhided Banda West, a and beautiful sermon from the 4th chap-in position to know say Methodist minister, for reporting that ter, 2d verse of Paul's 2d epistle to Timo. present Congress. In tho last Congress those who are there were two, O'Haro, of North Carolina, there is no foundation in fact for the she had had improper relations with her thy. The interior of this old church ' und Smalls, of South Carolina. Smalls Is u negro who repi cscntcd since it has been remodeled is nuM bright, statement. The governor has been go- physician. Bowles, one of the parties implicated beautiful indeed, the coloring of the tho Ueuufort district for u number of years, ing along attending strictly to the busi. but was defeated ut tho last election by a ness the people have called him to trans- in the dynamite conspiracy against the walls and ceiling and of the pews evinc- nephew of Bishop Blliott, of Ueorgia. act ami is not worrying over his future Burlington road, has made a full confes ing faultless taste. A handsome chanBUSINESS BREVITIES. sion of bis share in the conspiracy. It delier, t,ho gift of Mr. Thomas Swope, a to any great extent. implicates Hoge and others. wealthy citizen of Kansas City, is susA recent census shows one hundred and A cow-bo- y walked into the bank at pended from the centie of the room, eighteen tobacco factories in oierotlon in It continues to look like there will be two republican electoral tickets voted Iji Juncta, Kansas, and compelled the while on each side of the puipit are ele- - tho State of North Carolina, with a capital 1,BW,00(). for in Virginia. Wise has made a prop- cashier, who was alone in the building, gant gilt gas stands in the form of can- of It Is said that Alaska will become a great wing of the party to empty $25,000 into his sack and then osition to the Mahono delabra given by the same gentleman. mining country within a fowj ears, und also to select electors from both tickets and mounting his horse escaped. The organ, presided over by Prof. will furnish canned salmon enough to suphave only one republican electoral ticket Indignant citizens of Hopkinsville, Griinme, is a fine instiuinent and the ply ull this country. A rniM In Pennsylvania Is attempting to in the State, but tho little boss refused seized Klders S. S. Worthingtou and It. vocal music excellent. make paper of tobacco stems. Tho stems blank. Mahono and A. Shipp, Mormon missionaries, while the overture point A stranger who had been seen about uro to bo treated with acid uud mixed with is phosphutc, Uiddleberger have joined forces again, they were attempting to preach, and town for several days was found dead on ground bones A fertilizing Wise says it will do them no good. gave them a severe whipping. woodland of which will bo sold to farmers for but Saturday morning in the purposes. Near ML Sterling, Sunday, David Col. W. F. Kvans. He was evidently an The largest iron casting ever attempted Tin: Harrodsburg Democrat says a Anderson was shot from ambush nnd Englishman and papers found on his in America was recently mudo at llothlo-heto our friend, killed. The shooting, it is supposed, lady of that place wrote Pa. It was Iho base for tho steel comperson showed him to be Dr. A. Addi(Jen. Bradley, to get her the place of aroso iroin a tend, and olhcers are son. Among his letters was one from T. pressor to bo ued In tho new gun steel one hundred und twenty-fou- r Postmaster when Harrison it Morton BJurchingfor ltiehard Gibbs, suspected. Gallagher, 70 WestKth street Cincinnati, works, and tons of molten metal were used. were elected, but he promptly wrote that Brooks, the trunk murderer, will speaking kindly of and introducing O.si: of the most remarkable mechanical he had promised it to Tom Cardwell. sillier tho death penalty four weeks Dr. Addison and" addressed to Mr. Pur-cel- l. changes of tho day is the setting usldo of steel mid tho rcudoptlon of Iron for sotno of Tho general hasn't got things as much from last Friday, the Governor of Mis No money or other valuables W010 , tho most important parts of locomotives in a sling as formerly, but his gall never souri having granted a iespite until that found on the person of the deceased. At on many railroads. It Is only comparatively forsakes him. time and refused a commutation of sen an inquest held by Justice S. S. Fry, Dr. a few years since tho change was mode on W. F. Kvans gave it as his opinion that most roads from iron to steel. tence. Dan 0'Sru.ivs's article on the beauTun uso of biownstonu hi building busl the deceased came to his death from apHenry Pike, a jealous lover, killed tiful Nicholas Smith, which appeared in Kverhard, a lumber buyer from Pennsyl- oplexy. A verdict to that cfioct was ness structures Is almost entirely discon. York. It is used for dwellin Friday's Commercial, was an exceeding- vania, and Mira Harkins, in Wolfe rendered. The remains were buiied 011 tlnued but Now chief employment is for winits Saturday evening. When found the, ings, writing. Dan is a very county, mid ly clever bit of then placing the pistol muz- body wiis lying as if asleep, witli a pine dow and door trimmings. Wherever It bright fellow anyway. It's a pity lie is zle in his own mouth blew out what lit- in the right hand. A plug hat was ly- forms building material it Is massed with tho ing beside him and a handkerchief was utmost plainness uud simplicity. so tle brains ho had. It is thought the poor1 A riiTV of Now Jersoy gentlemen who The Maysvillo & Big Sandy Itoad near tho hat. in a strange land, seeing returned from a recent visit to Florida havo man, a stranger Dana says the New York Sun is was completed between Maysvillo nnd the green grass and beautiful tiees in decided to Introduce tho cocoauut tree luto for salo at $5,000,000. Hit continues to Florida, nnd havo secured a long stretch of its Ashland, a distance of 82 miles, and Col. Kvans' avenue, went there to rest territory in tho southern part of tho Stato. favor as jjo down tho hill of public and take a smoke; and it was whilo he They havo entered actively umii tho work unreliability of the last few years has opened for freight and passenger busi was probably thinking ot uni luigiaun planting, uud promise iii a fow years to ness by the contracting and building and loved ones there that the summon of caused it, he'll soon be ofleiing it nt supply our Northern markets with an company yesterday. came. perhaps less. ubundanco of this fruit. IJO,-0n, ' -, ac-'Mo ' I ba-tan- ly . O ' 14-1bald-headeo al ' p.i-ton o , keen-witted ball-heade5,-a- Camfoknia has been somewhat of a doubtful State heretofore, but it is thought that it is no longer so and that De Young was right when he said in the republican convention that if Harrison was nominated his State would give democratic majority, because of the general's position on the Chinese question. This is the way the State has gone in the last 8 years: Hancock carried the State in 18S0; the democrats elected tlieir governor by iNl.ol'J plurality in ISS'J, but Maine carried it in 1SS4 In ISStJ the by 10.128 over Cleveland. democrats elected their candidate for governor again, but by a plurality of onlv iVA. T..n tlwiiwmiil lieimln I'riiwilcil to innn to run fur shoriir ami if muvessfiil l ,K,,U. Saln JoIaH t n,K,, of tlu tlieir favorite mitt uiiinunly tm-tk,,,K.r els- r.viuinensw Kvill ,Mi ..... t ......t....i mi I mint will lie uiu ...i .1...1.. i,m. i.i. m! ,.,.,....lvllimM UIMI li;iwil Willi effort mny not bo Minrssful, but it be- versions. hooves tlit' (h'iuociiit.s to be on their I lev. Kerr II. Tapper, of O rand Uap-MKiutnl unit not bo cauglit inpi nj-- r UKsiin. Mich., author of a Popular Tieatise Kxperience has, orotiyht to have taught mi lt.iiiHum lufi.K tmliliwliiiil. Ii:w Ix.etl ,... ,.,,11.,,,., . ., ., , ' certain of our p.irtV leaders not to take of any kind of asseveration on the part wumi'tjim. brother, II. Allen t,0 , . uu pviiy MMitwr iih iri-- , mil ikh- - , ollUvil,.. was ,l()(.tori.,l )V ize for the victorv that will be ours by Cieorp'town I'ollev. The father, Hev. even a slight effort. II. A. Tupper, of liichiiiond, is uKo a 1). This, we believe, uses up all the A Kkkscii duel has at last resulted in I). IJaltimoie mateiial in that family. fought lien. M. Floijuet bloodshed. Honlanger with swords because he Baptist. branded him as a liar in the Chamber of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Deputies and after a spirited contest suci for Kile. A couple of sows and ceeded in giving it to the general in the neck, barely escaping his jugular. Flo-ipi- It. K. Barrow, Stanford. Mercer County Fair at Harrodsonly got a scratch, although his foe burg, ICy., Tuesday, Aug. 7. is a practiced swordsman, and he is the Wild West Show nt the Mercer hero of the hour. County Fair each day. Don't fail to atTin: general ticket agent of the Cin- tend. cinnati Southern. Mr. II. Colbrnn, lias The blackberry crop in Pulaski is written Mr. Urey Woodson, so large that they are a drug on the mar on complaint of Col. Craddock, that ket at I17J cents per bushel. he had sent him a letter tendering the Illuming and Trotting Ilaces each association freo transportation over its day at the Mercer County Fair. Don't 7. road and that if he failed to get it it was forget the date, Aug. no fault of his. Lucky Baldwin's Kmperor of Norhas folk, the greatest of Mil. Stcktkii has published his letter ' gone lame and been retired. accepting the nomination for the presiSee the competitive Beef Cattle) dency on the t'nion libor ticket and Kings at the Mercer County Fair, Aug.1 well, he is going to 14th, four days. SUM) to the best herd. promises to play reform things generally if elected, but V. L. Heed's crop of wheat averaged that "F" is such a long, crooked letter. 2(1 bushels and he sold it to I)ickcr.-o- ii at 75. The Worthingtou Bro. sold :,5tK) NEWS CONDENSED. bushels to tho Mercer Coal and Grain j Congressman Taulbee has sufiered a Co. at 70; C. B. Sullivan, whose crop av- -' relapse and both he and his wife are veiv eraged in fields from HI to 10 bushels, 50UI ill. company at 72. Over 1,000 his to Joseph P. Steward, an L. it N. brake-ma- Iambs Kiuie shipped this week at 4 to 5 cent.--. was fatal v mangled bv a train at Harrodsburg Democrat. iirhl-tuiilii.- oi ulllS ZT'omJ .... CHURCH AFFAIRS. PERSONAL PARTICULARS. lllV-'l- ,. 'u Qnr.cx nuziDETii, of nounmnln, was educated by Mile. Lnvntor, tho nelco of tha celebrated physiognomist. Joatrn Kunk-- t Uknan. the philologist nnd author, has been appointed u grutul oftk'er of iho Lot-in- n of Honor Tun Huronim Uurdctto-Coutt- s has started u new cab couiuuv in Loudon, to run of tin improved tyjw. Kpi'iiokon docs not have to ieach miles' ho choMnc to do so. Ho hits saved soino money and an admirer has presented hiui four-wheele- STANFORD PLSSISG MILL MoulcliiiKN, CO. Flooring.: SldiiijjN, Ceiling. KiiiiKlii"K Iaunbcr, Hrnekets, Scroll Work, FrnmcH, Sash, Iloors, lilindH, Vcrnmln Work, Etc. A. C. SINK, Superintendent. wlthfKUXX). l)i:A.o.4riri.n said to Matthew "You nro tho only writer I ever know who became a cIiimMc in his lifetime." In literature or K)iltics tho judgment of lleuconnllcld wus worthy of consideration. Tin: Pall Mull (Sntellt says: "Hobcrt I )uis Htevcnson's place In poetry, ns In literature ut large, will Ik a pluco npart Just what ho docs no one else can do. As a proo and now us a poet, writer, as a L01111 Arnold- - CLOTHING? VjIAVKWINQo We arc overstocked and WILL sell them. tulo-tcllo- 14-1- ho stundHMlouo." Mux. Wahhk.n, the Colorado cnttlo queen, who is said to Ins worth 10,X),0, is tho wife of Ulshop Warren, of tho Methodist church. Tho Bishop, however, did not inaho tho money In his profession. His wife, who was a widow when ho married her, mudo It iu the euttio business. An Albermarlo (Va.) genius, whoso taste runs on tho muniifucturo of wulking canes, has sent u number of his productions to public men, and received not only acknowledgment but some comcnsatiou Ho finally During JULY AND AUGUST The Prices will be Reduced to within the reach of all. Our entire stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and heavy weights, will 14-1- three-year-old- s, ing In regard to it for some timo, drew on tho Chief Magistrate for fifteen dollars. Mr. Cleveland did not honor tho draft, but sought Information. Then ho returned tho cane with the dollars for sweet charity's ak lo Hill," Is well up In Biblical knowledge. To Mrs. Jester, his sister, of Leuvcnworth, Kun., ho telegraphed us follows on his recent urrlvulut New York: "Head Second sentone to the President, und hearing noth- Colontl Cout, known to futno as " Buffa- BE SOLD AT AGTUAL MARKED GOST epistle of BU brother" Turning to tho verso Indicated Mrs. Jester read tho following words: John, twelfth verse. Your And in no event will any profit be added and many lots will be sold at HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Oost Sale and in the Clothing Department only. Ko Goods Charged; Cash in Every instance. Ten per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. BR.TTCE MoEOBEETS, Stanford. Good nnd Clean Molasses-- , Sugar- - and Flour-IIar-refor Sale Cheap. T. It. Walton. ls j ICKt'KKAM FRKKZERS j T. H. W-SsLlTOIT'- S. Extracts - for Ice Cream T. K. WALTON'S. u 1 ELEGANT GUEEX TEA v 1. a. r iij -iiun o. - - NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED i FRUITS - T. R. WALTON'S. Fruit Jars & Scaling Wax i W T. It WALTON S ! FOR SALE Klfty-un- A n Trm.,ty tmal houx 10 11, 4 I I 4 mlr. '', ini.iljr u C rl. in gra, with On hard I'll. K WAI.'MIN FOR KENT! If 4boe i. iu 1 "lrf rettMinalilc t'leure I t.i:i it'll! I I lie houte K WAI.'MIN it A I Want to Buy a Small Lot of Hay. T. R. Walton." BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over Different styles and pricas. Our stock consists largely of the better grades, and includes some of tho very best vehicles mado for tho trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. GEO. X. WESLHEBr, MANTG'R. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. jti. fflo (Do lHICfFILli!T9 Is Receiving His MERCHANT TAILOR SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Give him a Trial Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, 5 r3?rnirnFiP c;jkv rw "" ' "J TTVS"" FTi JP" ' VWW!I" fr Semi-Weekly ,--7 li. Interior journal Tiik litbt mill: JluriiHiilu'H. hliukt! in town at K. II. 12. C. WAtTON, HUH. MMnuRor Ky.( Ukt a noo'l rtuit for L'.'xi'nts. - n tlliiiier . at Zimna'r'H n rt'sttm- - Wk are to have a circus at last. Win. Mnin & Co. will spread their tents hero on Thursday, titlth. NKW ADVKHTISKMEXTS. irxANFom), 1888 in District No. 1, by immudiatc application toTrtihtcL'N .1. V. AilaiiiH, It. Impor1'ublltthod Every TuoaUay and Frldivy. ter ami (I. A. Huni'dict. 17, ? July A 1.111S' tt'iiflior can fot'ttru At a special term of the county court yesterday Mrs. John I). Carpenter qtinl- position illed as administratrix of her husband's estate, with Mrs. Kllen White, Hon. M. Adams andS. P. Stagg sureties. FOR RENT OR SALE. I)clralilo liiitnp on D.invi Ic j'ikc near town, ooj lioimc eraiii now occupied by Mr Mullen, orchard anil gooJ water anil i acri- of excellent MKS FANNIK I1UNN land. 45-- NEW! NEW! NEW A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. i1" 0. Staiilonl, Kj- - I'Kli YKAU.INAUVAXOK o p.iid "r When not V $a 50 will te i hargid."" MEANS BUSINESS. roi'.urt'tl nntl for WIT I? AW I A,AKrn ljulitl 'Hiwii cll jo,cm of Wheat My accounts will be rcady.by Jnly 1. T? Sninile ul W hvat Kill In- rciily for in.)cction of An cclipMo of tho moon, visible licrc, Hope everyone that knows himself in- liujer on anil lifter July I4th.1t Kid Home, In will occur at midnight, July 2:M. Hovk Mutliwin county. Harvey Lnlili I rvliirniii", from their Sunday nilitV vis-i- t debted to me will call and settle as own to their Hucetlicartuciin tako obwerva- - must hnvo the money to meet my SAI-Edebts. This menus everybody. A. T. tidllH. rlCiVl. I FOR Nunnclley. 1 better than the ncntcet hand, without conflicting with the public FANCY ARTICLES, &C. school and they are very properly unoil n trial. Indies' work n specialDripping Spriiijw. ' willing to put the people of the district TUESDAY, AUG., 7, 1888, I'hyttcian prescription accurately compounded. ty. T.J. Hatcher. to the cost of an addition to the buildMimAnmk Audits has been quite For the purpose of eltcting a Jumice of the I'eace hick for wsvernl days. Tiik comprehensive premium lint of ing. f.icli of taid tliitrict to rill ,icancit enured by of M. the Turnersville on our Ith -l- tt;v. It. 1. Maiionv, of Ncwjiort, the Kirknville Fair i s Only nhoiit of the 2:1 white the failure iiualify, V Oivtn in of District In the removal John A. (tingle luw joined )i!h wife here. pa;e. The innnup'rn always iiiuku u bin applicant for teacher's certificates suc- ton, of the WayneiLure Dmrict, from the county, THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, li. M. CVmm'kii, of l.tiuHvllh-- , i vMt-i- l HticccM of it ntitl they promise to even ceeded in passing nnd several of them theremoal of K C Kaulkner, of the Highland District and John Andeiiun,or the Walnut I'lat CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. from bi.t blnter, Mm. It. S. Lytic. ouImIo previous cllbrtu this year. nlthough Hntrict, under the Slate thl 16th day of July, '88. Kvcr brought to this market. Prices lower than were only granted lilven my hand Mim Jlihtii Ki.nh, of Crab Orchard, certhe low et. Watches, ClocVt and Jew ctr) He. T.I) NKW1.AND, No Mont: delinbtfully cool iIiivh ever they had heretofore held viMtlng MIkh Miiwiu Nowlund. im td paired on short notice and warranted. Sheriff ol Lincoln Co. Vn,wiJi 3&jl8SJp8' si e tJjSm July than tho.o we tificates. Miss Lizzie. Poglo anil Prof. S. came in M. ('. Wkuks, of bmihville, it f J. Pallium were the examiners. Friday have been enjoying for the several last SKCONI) ANNUAL KXIIIII1TION OF few iliiyti with fiiemU lirn. and Saturday colored applicants to the no: of Hichmond, lint past. It is n'ssl 011 us poor folks, but Mas. .Ions I.. Fipr, the springs owners are catching it badly. number of 10 were examined. One of been visiting Mm. P. P. Nuunellcy. them on being asked who wrote the Mi:. IlKi.KNlltKKMVSiind Melliellop-- p Sktti.kd. J. It. Owciih, mail clerk on Declaration of Independence replied, HUt-OPr, of IhiHtonvillc, are at C. 0. Sprinnn. the Cincinnati Southern, bus compro- Jefl' Davis. ASSOCIATION, P. II. Iihii., the SIiikiiik M'wiiiK ma- - mised with tho railroad company for To he held on Thursday and Friday, Ciimi In company with un bine mini of Danville, wtw in town $I'J." in full for injuries received in a other christian statesman we drove tip) collision on that road and $.'li from the to Crab Orchard Springs Sunday and en-- . .M i.siM Anna lti:nand Kate (,'ook, of Accident The Insurance Company. Near HtiMonville, were the Clients of Mrn. ti. sprain of the shoulder, which Mr. Owens joyed the tiny at that charming retreat. It is not as full of guests as the surround" STANFORD, - - - KY. I J C'X)HT. HiiU'ercd, has alsiut gotten all right. ings would naturally suggest or the ex-- J M01.1.11: Fur. and Annie White, Mikm-.OFFICKRS: Alfred Tucker, pro- c client management deserve, but there At ciiiknt. vMtini; MiNt f ltichmoud, have 11F.II). crowd of nice people prietor of a Perry ville hotel, and J. A. is quite a pleasant Knte Hail. ami Chief Clerk Dave Kdmiston, whoi Kirt Vice President J Walker (mens. Walk- from I). Swain, Smith, it grocery drummer I.itti.i: Fiunk, win of .1. W. Lee, Uoyle j J. W. while driving acros the bridge has not been at the busincssloiigcnough very ill, thoiiuh Mimeuhat better f'.nriirf1 Infl I'mhrv Madl&mK Aim Cl eman . llOW to Hi', NlVH till')" "TV fOlllillji Mctcer; jame, Mafel Uockcatle; II. Ilnnk-i- ll over Doctor's Fork, near Perry ville, weie to ll'liril II fl'W llllVM t'VTUi llUllllrt'd troll-J- ley, I'uUki; John W Whipp Casey. Mil. S, P. Stvc.o hiKMldillk' the week thrown from the bridge by the horse be It. ltaiiKliman, I. M. Ilrucc, Char- Direcmr.-- S Tucker killed im 1'rvMtU'llt V. T. (irilllt, of tilt? follljillliy with Mr. ami Mr. I. 15. Stajru', Sr., in coming frightened and..... ley Crow h uwens.j. t.. i.ynn.j. i.. rams ... ... .Willi". ...Illltll .miflini II himiiiH-- i l.i . t...... . !.... .. ...I .!... ..i " ( an-- j county. Mlllltiv, """'.""""" ie,i ibble. (i M Oivens. S. A. Mlndleton morv 01 mini- - 1nl)er, McAnerf k y Woods, ;. I'. Iiriglu. anil iiiiiikiiik litiniis Mu. (Mi.Miis. It. W. HiK'KKit KK'iit a aiikh;. Will keep constantly on hand a and select; line of Furniture iwdav with Dr. Lopm') family nt Tin: IfowliimU ciiiiii' up uml ilayt'il tioiial illiproVeini'lltH tllltll oftllffact tllllt rjeo. II. McKinney, Secretary; J. S. Owsley lilt's llt'VtT It'icivt'il II llllllpt'IlSiltillK Jr. Assistant Secretary. andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods Knowille lat week. till' ISTIMIIOIt .lotllV'.l.i M'M'II illllillKis James II. Ilaughman, Treasurer. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conMi.. Pokii: ('ui(rshiis:onetoCin',nh- - I'riilay witli thi' uaiut' htauilinj.' 7 to t ri'turn for tho outlay that has lii'on T. I). New land, Chief Marshal. ThtTf an many iiiipruwinciitH vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. to ce her children, .in well a for a in tlit'ir favor, wlu-i- they I'cjtfiii to kifk uri; or niort ovi'i- la- -t vear ami in the ilozi-.itple of week. recreation. at I'lipirt1 Myt'iT ami ifftiK-i- to play yearn that wo have known the plan it LIST OK PREMIUMS, A him, Secretary of . Matt Col fiirtlior. Tliu I.vtkiiiou .Iiunxi FIKST DAY, TIIL'KSDAY. liet'ii iiion hcautifiil. tatc, icnt M'ventl iIiivh with his rela-- iMiiUMK riclit aloii nnd would liavi- won hat ih'vit Horses for Harness Purposes: TlnTi is one plnee in the vicinity, howc, Mr. John I), t'aipunter. thcii.s tin jniitii anyhow, whirli $10 oo ever, that taket on hut little ehanjio i Hot Stallion under year o d & Mu W. P. Wu.ton, with .MiKS Kiln year under i, lo oo umliT tin rult't. a licit Stallion or tieldini; is the (plaint from vear to vear, ami that I.ce Vniiuhnii, of Kiihmoml, Vn., areen-oiiIlet Stallion or Gcldinj; a and under .. .. 10 oo Couiimthi.n.-Spu- rt John A. Chap-- 1 littlu villaj;ti whieh has lain for a century i ltet Stallion 3 yenrs old and under 4 10 00 4 t'mb Orchnnl Spiinj:. 10 00 w we were wronj; in r so at the tlividinj,' line of tho ''hlue-ou- r 5 Host Stallion 4 years old and otcr Mit. si Mil. .Ions- Piua.i' and Mi,- - lell rites to sty that 1500 stiileineiil of the ease of the turn-- 1 ami the iiiountains." It seems to 6 llpst Fancy Saddle Mnrcur (Jeldini; Kateaiul Minva Phelps, of MailiMin, Gelding . 10 00 rTOi"?(s 7 l!M Walking Stallion, Mare or tml -.ikrAl ttfi (B.rA 4rfr k't- - m pike company nptiiist him. lie was not )t. il(l. kiiiic yesterday nnd ft) llorsos lor Saddle I'urposps: .ire UMtniK the family of Mr. K. Cobb. to pay toll, hut lor ur.f t..vceit that it is, like all piod places for rcfu-iiiM)le, Form and Aition cnniidered: Mu. M. C Sai ri.i:v has none to '' ZjJmLtmm&-2- i J& JLLLLLLiymKL9mLLyf9m99mwl9mmwLLV9m At HO 10 00 better as it urows old. 8 llei Marc a years and under 3. hubnml, who "tivspa-..- " ltccaiiM in his olllcial capaci- - nhould, l..iiillp to meet her 10 .jo 9 ltel Mare , years ane under 4 of entliu.--i he had with .Ntiin Yoiini; deelaied Jut at pre-ety a new wave will return from Wyominu Territory Mart! 4 years and oer i. i tin rond in InuI condition and thrown iUsl js suruin throuufi the sturdy hearts 10 Hci Kockaway Marc or Gelding 10 no llest w.r, of MihoIaille, tin Ml Arm: Mint open, .hitlm Varnon su democrats, who if the l 10 00 4)earold and oer If Saddle tllo-- e who refused inhabit that very f.ivotvd section of the. Special premium by T. Cole Gulley, with h MMtiiiK her brother, Mr. Thomas mined him and I.uper, Da'er & Co., Covington, Mitcaif, who is jut t ceo vei Inn from ' to uav toll. moral vineyard. They are red hot for ihnroiighlrcd Horses' Cleveland, Thurman and tarill' reduction rtfee of llllX. 10 oo Tin: Olympic-- , of Louisville, played it Iltwt Stallion Colt under tar the old man would kiow mu that Hag, which ;and the beautiful 10 oo ir and under 13 llest Stallion Colt .lorn.NAi.N Mittuilay morii-- i the took Mr. Sit gracefullv unfolds from a lofty 14 Host Stallion i ) curs and over .i Iuh Imir, Porter St im their uroundt heie 10 UO ear Mate Mi rn to Cnib (.Irchanl SpHns Sunday, of 7 on fi in tlieir lavor niterwith :t result !'" le, it but a sliuht outward sign of the 15 Host Maro Colt linden and under i. IO oo playint, ten to Colt year 16 ltst t licit' in -- 7 the hecond time he had been inward devotion to the true principles, 17 Host Marc x years anil user 1" In the afternoon, however,! FTJP-1TITTJB,inniiiL's. S. uirs. of which the names thereon areemblem-atic- . 'fruiting: W wines, who wa chooen a tliev showed our hovs that they wen Mu. It. C. 100 no 'I rot, best 3 in 3 mile heats Saturday night u mietiiii! wascall-e- il $75 to first and $15 to second. 'leiuhcrof the K.veeutive ('omnnttet by only monkeying with them in the lirst and nlthough but little notice had ij Class, best 3 ill 5 mile heat'. COMPLETE-STOCthe Ktltimoie convention of clubs, left ir.une, liyeoiiiiletely whitewasliiu-itliemON been given, a Cleveland and Thurman $icm) to firt; $30 to f jo to third. to meet with the Nate Central the score standiiiL' II to 0. The Olvm Club was formed and over a hundred Fisc to fill and 310 start in each ol abose, Committee, at Iiuisville, to mutilate a pics aie about piofe. ionals and it is not names enrolled. Hurrah for the lyist and 10 psreent entry fee; entries to plan for the conduct of thecanvii-- s. "(lid siipvosible thatn club which plays only F.nd democrats! An tho West F.nders close on the 15 day of July, ' I )n k's" a Kood one for the business. o 15 occasionally could compete with them. Combined Mare or (iidlng going to lie idle, or will they see Crab w llest il llest pair of Uores or Mares, rtgardless A. Moll and' family, Tin; lion. Albeit o a Tin: doctors had a monkey and parrot Orchard's hand and go them several ol color, sex or oncrshi III.VI. of Louisville, accompanied by the beau- time at Cnib Orchard, over the election points better? ji llest Stallion nnd, J tosofhls Colts under Miss 'S t year tiful nnd iiiconiplished nctres, Scott Farris' Saturday afternoon races of officers. Dr. McMurtry wits the bone 10 do ttcorpu DaviiN, passel up in the presi- of contention, one side favoring him and at Spring Hill Park are attracting con- 13 llest Mare and Colt either sex 30 Dash, free for all dent's special car on last Friday lor the other side as bitterly opposinir. He siderable attention. Tim L. & X. Com- 4 Kntrancc fee $ 5,0; j to fill; 3 10 start. HAVF. They have taken the irippiiiK 30 00 triumphed, howevci, by being pany has made a rate, from all stations li llest Itoadter Gelding will remain finally "tJovernor'rt Ltslne" ami elected President. Dr. Yamlell there- on the Knoxville DivNion to them at SKCONI) , there all summer. so a lover of upon withdrew from the association and one fare for the round-tripJack Slock: 10 on .01 LOCAL LORE. Dr. Hailey, of Imisville, defined to the sport can go from here, for instance, llest Jack Colt tinder year 10 CO Dr. Steele Hai- on any train each Saturday and return V llest Jack under a )ears serve as over 15 00 Yot it account is due and le.tdy. Please permanent secretary. for IVicoiits, and this nite will hold good a8 llest Jack 1 years nnd ley was ... l year 9 llest Jennet nndir cull and settle. A. K. IVnny. The association will meet next year in all summer. Saturday afternoon last 30 llest Jennet under a years 1000 , 1000 sell our entire stock of mil- Kichinond. Gov. Huckner was censured there wem live starters in the mule race, 31 llest Jennet a years and over W'r. will mile, best three in the, and won by 33 llest Jack and 3 of his sucking Mule Colls 10 00 linery at cost for cash for the next thirty for dismissing Dr. Pusey, superintendent Mules : George Ixo .lames in thieo straights of the Auchonigu Asylum and a commitdays. Courts . Cox. 10 00 Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch33 Hot Hore Mule under t year tee appointed to get the legislature to LIS, 1:17 and 1:18. In the mile dash 31 llest Horse Mule t J car and under a 10 00 ) poiuiilH display and body maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness Tvrn. lo 00 take from him tho power toappoiutstich there were thiee starters and the puise 35 llest Horse Mule a jears and over o 00 and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the at little over the cost of the metal. Fair ollicers. was won by Curtis Gover's bay horso in 36 llest Mare Mule under year 10 00 under a order. Address this olllce. eye. .'ilil. Whit Montgomery's Hattler won 37 llest Mare Mule year and 10 00 Mare Mule a years old and over As long as he thought we weiein earHoadster purse in two 38 llest to 00 Wantkd. A nieo front nest about paddling him where it would the Gentleman's over threeentriesand 39 llest Marc and Mule Colt, BoAniiKits straight mile heats Horses for Saddle Purposes: room and good board will be furnished do the most good, Daws Hughes, of the Hal F. Moore won the bicycle nice by 40 llest Stallion or Gelding and under 3.... 10 00 a small family. Mrs. Kate Duddenir. Umcaster News, was kept in aeoldsweat 10 yards over George L. James, who had 41 llest Stallion or Gelding 3 nnd under 4.... 1000 1000 of terror, but the moment we intimate 41 llest Stallion 4 years and user I won.it like very much for my cus--'00 yards stint in half a mile. 15110 43 Hel Saililli Stallion any age CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN MAY 6, 1838. we were only joking lie gets very Saturday the first nice will be In mid settlu up with that Next Trotting tomers to eonie brave and talks like a big Injun man, half mile heats for mules, best:? in ."; I'd, UB',VX) TJI UJCA.r) IDOAVX. cars mid under, 1 best in 3, mile heats 100 00 need money mid must have it. 44 me. " TRAIaTStTDTri": when the fact is known to everybody dash of a mile for gentlemen saddle $73.10 firt and ii$ to second, "tkaInsnorthT Itupley. II.C. No. 6. around here that he wouldn't even tack- horses: :id, mile heats, in .", gentlemen j? a n class nn the track 3 best in 3, mile No i. No. 5. No. 4, No. 8. No. 7. r Iso. 3. STATIONS. 5" " heats No. Daily. A stray barrow with black le a very small ghost, or go out by himDaily. Takks 1i. V.x. Sun, Daily. Daily. Daily Daily. Daily S100 In firt $30 to second; $jo to third. roadsters; 4th, half mile dash for ponies Harness Siii'.k, continued: spots on hips, and under bit in each ear. self after dark. We therefore turn him under 15 hands; Ith, bicycle race, mile 'rv 6 40 a in 641 pm 10 j a Cincinnati pm Soopml 7 55 a m'l.'ve 600 pm 817am 403 10 00 Villiani.own...I.'vc 513am '330am 4 j) p in Owner can Ret him by paying cost and over to tliu tender mercies of Peter dath. All the races are fret for all and 46 Host Marc Colt under )eara 051am 547pm 935pm 10 00 1059am 70J pin 1037 pm lleoretos. year and jo3pm 714.1111 410am (7 Hot Mare Colt Hampton, who asks the insertion of the for this notice. 340.1111 7 35 pm II 03 pm 10 15a m 415pm 70 an- 340 pm i.exiuion will bo several others gotten up 48 llest Marc a years and under 3 then 1000 1130pm 8 pm 1.18 .1111 m D.timlle 10 la 15 pm so following, for which we will furnish a 5 30 a in la 50 pm I 1000 a 2 a in 310pm :o a in Junction City 00 pm 35 a m 15 p ni 9 10 pm.1a30.-- m ti. II. IIaiii'KU has ,'iven bond as re diagnuu if necessary: As my iiiimu has for the occasion. They will begin at 49 llct Mare 3 ) ears and under 4 Somcret 1 05 a m la 30 p m 105 am1 150pm 1000 3 00 p in ... oer (!reen sport Mr. jo llest Marc 11052 m o'clock, and in addition to this ceiver and .Superintendent of tho uakuale 7 25 a m 630 pm 525am 315pm Ar'v.. Chattanooga.... I. 'sc 955pm 25 am or Gelding, hhoivn in been drugged into your controversy with 51 lle.t Fancy Mare cool710pm 900am 00 n 820am 10 00 1000 pm Hlver railroad under ordcrof the Circuit tho editor of the Cuntnil Kentucky News Farris will have a platform in the harness Ar'v 6 3. p m 850am 600pm I,'e...Chntt-iuu3gSweep.uke: ...,. 1 15 pm v shade and a band for those who wisli iwi;.ii. ing 10 p m Court and taken chaiye. ' e... Ilirmlngliam 1 think it no ag mom than right that I 15 00 llest Harness 10 p m I. 3 45 p in 1135 pm 330am. feet." Admission to all ja llest Harness Stallion any ... a 10 am 1.10am... uscaloosa Maro any age li 10 p in 1) 48 a in ij 00 have, to "shake their The stockholders of tho should he heard. 'Tin true that $3 Notkt. 1. ve . 4 20 a m 10 10 pm ... pm a ri .r v ...Meriui.111 lo 15 50 cents. The Kxhibition will commence at 9 o clock a. ..I ,..i. ve 900pm 5 co p in ... Lincoln County Mock Fair will pleaso been taking lessons in tho use of the 03'J.im 9 30.1 in ir v... Meridian 111., by which time all entries must be made with Ar'v ...I. louopmi... 5 10. in l.'se Col. It. D. Allen, founderof the Ken- he S ncretary. call at the Farnieis National Hank and brake from Daws, but not being as apt a m l.'vc Jackson. ..,,. Ar'v ... 6i.pm. 9 4 00 p nil... 10am l.'vc.. .Vicksbutg,..M pay their subscriptions at unco. .1. II. pupil us ruck Al, I was unable to grad- tucky Military Institute, wasdrownedin gatkVkks: .Monroe 4 jop m l.'ve 1005 a ml,,, ISauKhman, Treasurer. 815 pm .r'v...,Shreveport 6ria ml.,, cents in one lesson. You were not aware a lake near his home, Kissimee, Florida. Footman 30 uate s t t cents 5 Horsoiind Rider N. II. Train No. 9 leaves Oakdale at 5 a, A M, and arrives H Chattanooga at 9 oo,a si. No. 10 leaves that tho editor of tho News was He waslitl years old. Tin: white, horso driven by Advnneo 3o cents Chattanooga at 5 00, P. M and ai rises at Oakdale at8jj. Mr. James H. Marrs, of the Danville Vehicle and Driver eent McCaithv tried to give a little cir- authority in theenticinggauieofdraw." J5 cents Mann llondolr lliiffet Sleeping Cats on all trains. failed on to mourn the Persons 10 years old and under i ... cus of his own yesterday iifternoon, but Ho has taught several the mysteries of Advocate, isonlv brother, John K. Mans, Pirsons under 10 scare of axe, free, II. COI.I.I1KAN, Oen'! Krt. .V Pass, Agt. JOHN C.OAUI.T, General Manager, death of his put a stop to his wild l'orter Suijsk science at great loss to himself, doing which occurred 'at Kansas City, where K. CAKUOI.L, Ccneral Superintendent, Admit nil vehicles free of charge who orry paswurtKettinj down to Inn tho iustasno Central Offices, St. Paul lluildin, West l'oiwih Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. sengers to the ring- at aj cents ench, it simply ou of pure kindness. he had lived for n number of years. best. Tiikiik will bo a picnic at tliu Itallaiii Watciikm nrul jfwt'lry HuiNKi.in & lino., Junction City, conSmith pchooMioiisc, at South Fork, Aiitf. tinue to almost give away goods. There w nrnuitutl. A. H. IVnny. CKT(i oil, lurtl nil ami nim'liliie oil 1th. All Sunday kcIiooIh invited. Jlu-i- c never was anything like it before in tlmt will be furniMhcd by the .McKinney of nil kimlH nt McltolttTlH it SIhkk'h. section. Auction every Saturday from to buy tlrujjH, pittent band. TiikIk'hI iilure 10 a. m. to 10 i'. m. It is to the interest uiiMiicincM nml toilet urtlclfH Ih ut A. It. of everybody to attend. Maointiutkm aru to be elected in the IVnuy'H. Uuv your whool IiooIch, ink, tnbli'tH. TuriiLTHVillc, Highland, Walnut Finland Tiik trustees of this school district IHKT, .H'lirliH tltlll McllOOl 8lliplicH of till Wnynettbtirj; pn'cinctB at tho A1iKt1.1t have decided that the proposition of Pro. kimlH from A. It. Penny. election. See notice clHewheru by S. J. Piilliam to teach the higher branch1 KUiimiitvu nil watclii'B nnil ovi-rI noil to lm just an ri'jiru-tvntc- l. of ji'Wi'lry es for a consideration from the patrons, A. It.' lVmiy. Schot'l-Houscannot ho I ha vk ptirchiiHed u machine that imn in the Public permitted, because it cannot bo done patch, repair ripH and lix up hIioch PERSONAL. Slier-iirNewlanr-tir- le e, mm My farm of 97 .icre ItilKcvillo 1'ite, 6 milcn mile of McCornmcU Church. Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand every- . thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try on the Stanford K JIil. We do our own work. Come from htnnforil anil in one their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. - Will tell puhlicly TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. The farm l well w.iteretl and under good, fence and h.n on it a xulcndlil orchard There i n gooil house with four rootnt and the outhuildinct are fir.rla. At the ame time and tilare 1 will tell a lot of cattle auiltnulu. JAMhS (iOVKK. 43'ld Stanford, Ky. and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. SCHILLING & ZIMMER, Respectfully, Wholesale and Retail. ELECTION NOTICE. The voter of the Turntrsville, Walnut Flat Highland and V:iviictur Magisterial lJintrictt arc herthy noiifici! that by an order of the Lincoln County Court and writ of election lued by thechrl of aid court in pumiancc therein, I will at therifTdf aid county i)n a poll and hold an election at the anou voting placet in aid ti Ao Mo ZDIRUQ-Q-IST FEMIY, JEWBLBB, Sc SOMEWHAT j,cn-erall- y, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, I'ni'u: I.kwih ItoKM. is Hojonrning at (live me . 111 two-third- third-clas- s, lirst-claK- S nil-mi- red-h- Lincoln Co. Stock Fair SEW FURNITURE STORE MAW HUFFMAN , Om-ii.Mii- . I yen-tcrda- August 2 and 3. 1888, ' . i Fti. l'lU.SlDKNT-rOKk.ST- l'S l.oui-vill- e, 11 1 111 '' - . j l'" ,.l-i.,- ., .M laro i 1 l wi-r- 1 - any-wa- v I 60FFIH& BASKETS, ROBES. . I i; - j j to-da- y, rev-am'st- &- j.' Fri-il- a nt i 11 11 toll-v'Hte- s ilveddii-the-woo- nl-- I 1 iNr-Miu- 1 1 WALL P AFEH, and K d j , 11) ALWAYS HAND. MMt-nla- B. K. WEAKENS PLEASE OBSERVE Half-mil- e M'ROBERTSSTAGG I DAY-FRID- AY. A FIC1L1L ASSOMTMllSiTO WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. I 1 1 1 1 QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. : 1 4 W , 111 1 ... - I 11 1 11 & 1 11 4 111 a 1 1 11 1 m I 1 11 4 , 1 -- 11 en-n- er L- '-. . '. ' AVwsJiJuTs. 'i. . ': iiS2fc jj . ,..j.-.a- . ,s .. "i "in ,wyaate gy "&r r "l"'!' ; "mwmuii m iihiimiiiih immwm '" ','"' '' " ' ''toi'"J'M''n4)iiimtk.iii,iit,,tmtrmnm0tmmR " ), GOING IN THE WHOLESALE BUSINESS. NO HUMBUG ! EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. I intend to leave the town about September 25th to embark in the wholesale business in the West, and therefore offer my entire stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, 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 well 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. Sucfi a chance to buy solid, fresh and stylish goods for almost a song may not occur again in years. Now is your time to make money. Every Dollar you invest with D. KLASS will pay you double and tripple. Do not delay; you might miss it, as the entire stock may be sold to one party, when it will be too late to regret. 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 NINTH EXHIBITION OF THE o.er ule red peed, Jtjrle and durability con- $(0 oo Kirksville Stock Fair ASSOCIATION To be held in Burnatu'i Wools, 6j Si 6S Neir Kirlmllle, 67 Madison County, Ky.( on FRIDAY SATURDAY, ) UUUlfclUXO. m m HIT V07J&.0Q .. 6S 69 $ 5 70 Hot mare or KeldmK any Here, style. , . Wvn s.,,,., V minoritV business may (ume before them 5 Ilest baked li.im . spceu ana uuraDiniy toniucrc-I ne stCKkholilers of llie sane comnaii). art ntre . jo cu no W ,,,'1' h" j of mite will be aa that 3, Rest plate ft roller or beaten biscuit """V" directors held in TC.o,d accommodation, can be had for s.eck ' . m bread 4,',Kcit lorrorfalt-rutn- s mlrti.n J oj ...... w of the rejected il... iwiinitiii. 1 n in WliMda. Ji.l iS J S. IHJCKF.R.S till anil men on or near ,s,. zrtiuncl. wine ,io oo Best two bottle 5. tlOll, as Dr. McMurtrv wax WALI.KR BKNNF.TI', President. 500 6. liest three pounds of butler illltl prolVMllillly olilliixintl. JAs. H WAI.KKK, Secretary Theopill- 3 oj gallon of 7. r.est ion of the majority of the nieinheis was S 8. l!et aallou of kherliet 00 o. Ilest blacl. cake Scientific Hints. that a better- man and a liy.ician of I.ANCASI'KU, KV 5 00 sd premium Steel, when hardened, decreaes in equal attainment, could he had than Dr. ' 10. Ilest white cake made of Winchester tloiir 5 oj lloardia; Departmeat txelui.ly for jcirls .'nivny, uomnieis 111 ienj;wi hmu .uoiunry 10 niaKe a iiivMueiu 01. ine .. vrllmv sooiizecake made of "J. K. noininatinj; eotnmittee reported aaain the lloit (rained for levidjn Colleges and I'nliersi-tles- . increaes in diameter. 5 M." Flour j jt, is aid the seedU'Nj raisin is priMluc- - KiiiiL1 names at ! i'. 11. piunds, to be mnde Well sele.ted course of study Many of the op- u. ilest atijjei'i fod, Morals and manners artfully instilleJ s of Whiu Iioe Hour ed hv heiidiiii: the end of the vino down I posiiiL' iiiembers having left for home, Th el e tried leacliers. abundant tcumony 13. Ileit white fruit cake, to be made of White J II --iKISNF.K. For information apply t (.'round when the the nonunatini: cntntnitte. won hv a in s 00' mid F1 Laaiaiter, Ky R 41 ine iickci, ripe. 1 no iruii small majority, eieetinj:..... j 00. jjnipe is uhout one-na- n 14. licst chocola e cake . 1. 1. r.i. u viceI5.)et specimen ofsllk Arrasine embroidery 5 00 'a..... ripens 1111 .1. same wmioiu. seeos, ,f. .1 election me isi auu .tl ..; iter ine ineii ..- .11 me 16. Ilest specimen of silk Ken.in,;ton embroidresinned, Iea intr MeMurtry STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE presidents hut of a tlelicious flavor. ? S ery. Artesian-wel- l The power is used for run- - president of the Medical .lANhOKD. K.V 3 00 17. Ilest specimen of craiy work niip' heavy machinery in France. The Society ha been on the decline in at- of embroidery on linen IE. Best specimen 500 flannel of IsSj j 00 Crenelle well, I'aris, is 1,S00 feet deep, tendance since the n 19. Best specimen of embroidery on J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. 5 00 Hows oO),(K)0 gallons of hot so. Best specimen hemstitching water daily calico dress J 00 11. Best machine-madused for heatinjrthehospitals and which 500 aa. Best specimen of drawn work K.fhtecnth rar '.ein. in has a j)ressure of about f0 pounds per I specimen of oil painting 33. Ilest painting 3 00 square inch. 34. Hen specimen of Lustro 3 00 2$. Best specimen of crayon work Deleterious gas (sewer pis) in a room pickles 5 00 26. Best H gallon maybe discovered by saturating unglaz-e- d Tkaraugh to 00 CarefulU selected nrps .if teacher bushel new wheat JlVlll!7V 27. Best t methods C.ochI disup'.incr instruction paper in a solution of one ounce of sg. Best 5 pounds of tobacco, in hand, raised 44 Send for lircular to 00 acetate of lead in eight ounces of rain in Madison or adjoining counties Harness llori.es I water, paitially drying the patter and $5 00 then extuwinir it in the air of the room. 9 Best stallion four years old and o er To the Farmers of West Lincoln, .. . . ..i..- - ..... .. i.i ....a 10 licstsiaiiiou inret ' cars u.u uuu uuu.-- iuu. .s w The gas wil turn the paper 111 .... under , Casey and Elsewhere. 1000 . , T 31 Best stallion a ) ears old has been found, by extensive 1 jeuroUl and 3a Best stallion, mare orSe1din, 10 00 vations in Paris and Munich, that the nnder a Hmini; lnn suthori.nl b Mr C C VuiArs ' TO vear in w liieh tliele ha been a large j3 Best Million under t yetr old rdatc, jimnrletor of Huston. ille Holler Mills, as his ' and hor.e or imirtcsltun. ' aent fur I the purchase if wheat um this sectMm of 34 Best brood mare iiimHtv nf u.it..r invent in tin. .rrnm.,1 cnuRtry, call with eoatatlm.ee hi) old and tried der jear old friends of the farminv nuhlic i see me before en- have invariably bsen the healthiest, Kasilis; their crops elsewhere. Ilsvirif been In Saddle Horses. Wlllli Hl111- lit li'ltliiM illlifak lids. lsiilill "! the trude about meaty ir., I am familiar wild "" f i$ "', ji Best stallion 4 years old andl ovfr declaration that I will Iw aMe tu taciluaie the Host stallion 3 year oW an-- untiw 4 1000 smaller quantity have invariably been 30 transfer ot your . rop t the .id.nt4ge nf all ."ft iboo the Ullhcalthicst. j7 Best stallion a years old and tindssf cerned J I) (iKKKN V Id and j 33 Host stallion, mare or geldini; very etiiious jreoKraphical distribu-under- a i. Ilest home-mad- e FIRST DAY. cheese ITotioo--Stra- y SUKOF.ON DKN1ISI. One who knows lisuitl.. u this mare or .elding, 3 year old and un SrANruKD, Ktki w. of tho doctors' controversy at Cruh 4 "3: mare or gelding a cars and under 1500 Orchard Spritim; r a'' Office south side Maui, tw I)p"t St, j loco and wethers, unit to 17 Mountain Sheep ewe trebling He.t in MicM It lias been evident that a cliijue of in) farm near them In (in Juae 1" ii Ihc jeir and under 1 jo 00 ain pa.tur.ix ' and for Ilest horse or marc colt under year old 20 00 Wnthenites luu. existed for several years owner can et Three black ones in the lot. this ndicrtiocnient cSc Ilet combined s tddle and harness mare S ruvis. and lias ruled the society. It was the 41 II) II. M Johnson or gelding, any .ie 4000 McKINNI., KY. desire of the other Louisville phycieians Mddle Kitif. Ilest saddle stal ion any ac $50 00 i(U the Country doctors todispeilse with For Drugs, Medicines, the famous Mmp at I is Ilest saddle mare or selJinif any a.-n'w t,a, ,.,; ,avJMl, 4H.I to uct tour presiriptx lis pintiiitlt and enr I)() Special premium by Conner, Sleet rectlv tilled at all hour, and to get nt Staple lcklil the llOIIlinutlllfS eoinilllttee, Co., LiieStoctand Commission Men rtrir. tine iaar, Ir Th Director of the Cumberland all) l.and l.od.t. lo, McKiHnvs I'oilrt Ailitirs. Jkr . no to U I.I.I .. S Dr. L. S. Coinpan) are notified turoee-- .it the ot!ic of the wirt Oalo 50 00' tended from the llrst to make attend to ourdru; depatti.icnt , also attend to National II ink, Stanford, I'uesda) morning the wants ol the sick iiicht or First bwcepuake Harness Kins. in town or' McMurtrv preslileiit. The inajoritv re- - July 17, il4, at 10 o'clocts, to whalesar' otiito-mt'i- it tri-o- r 1 1 1 Tfie Rowing Doctors. Shoop. I.KK l- - HUFFMAN, THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY I 3L.01T3D C CO., I S.-pt.t.- c e. ,,,,, NOTICE. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE OITY. I. .S. RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD- I ING TO ROOMS! 3. ,,t ' ,u, "IT." coimtr. d, jo , i ft home-mad- e rier-Olia- lly ""' A .M.un....i . TL'MKISHA RfsMW ltrilSIN ILHI" THE KLORKNOE S. O. DAVIS. ! ' GARRARD COLLEGE! PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT VIOKXtJN.lv V. OtK.e nest d.mr lo Whitehead's WASHING MACHINE J i , - iw Special attention gistn f. I Drug More, disease of children to ...... NEW IIl'TCIIEU SHOP. 1 j . 1 ...... 1. the Irrrm Mii. thr pubic oitli all kinds tit m.Mls, fish and y A bnrK..lire I mi I c.iiitm trrs in llmr ssmii e rwiiiniij my oasun de ivnn meat tu m) cut. Mai.furd and .uiiuit t.HHcr. .. tf M F KI.KIN 111 lime uiivtietl a Hulclier sut.u at Khm Ihmiw aad am plxfssjrd m auu in furaish -- . Haughtily. I V. Wallarr, I)r, Mrs.S r Salter. A. q. hiae. Hill I'erlim. l.ew.i Dudderar, I. W. I.yun, I.. I. Dawton, C aa .Mrs Amanda I'eali, l.tur.e 1,)m Ales rjaw, C. C Field., Albert Camden, Sim Hairte., K K. Marrois. M. I'eland and many others I h b..urhl the njht to sail the I ..r- Washing Machine and airs aj- nfsssrd i .r ... all who may wish 14 use their cluikes from t luhhiacand teating lacldi-n- t to the alii .m r.s f wa.hiaj. lakeoae and try it aad be' minr I'll Hot wwr) )uitabrwl bti)ir unless )nu are f I y satisfied a. te lis merit. The undersiiCHetl have purcha.eit the W'asaia machine aad sfir a ik.nuli ir., w tale pleasure in adhn our totiimwiy t.. it. w ,rt , aad ilkoMt IiciUIKm. pruswrtinvc It a to-- . c s p eseryparticuUr.doinj; all that 1. claimed f.r it & li,l itin. e - XCE, I ICE. ICE i. at S. M.t. IIKIN. S M)ers' si re ! and ! FOR SALE. L,nml t UAH. s will deh.er I" regular Monday, September 3, '88 At One Cent Per Account mul nn.'i j! or when mMonicr quit t nut) eser, in.irui"i ll" ' nicncr- - n r l .auf.td if h House ami louiid Tivomiles .Smith"! 25 Acres en minth infor J on lUUKflAV home-mad- e 1 y K I Address mt at M (. .ir'i.le, Kv Neal V, Crce Il.-s- C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Bel THAT-FIGH- T' - ...... Well Drillers V..s drilled factor) prues c w. siktc ALI & Pump Adjusters, k I'liitsu ... (1 i 1 sr v.MiiKU, 1 ob-e.'- - n nil Ss! nt k i & I rlr jnd ' 1 ha I ' METOALF 6: HAYS, AHYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. KV )" .",,'"," IllLIOtNl. .... lYvK l)rtrapaiASirs llr,. KtcC ArT,I,'u,?t'" Stomach,'Al. U"m ''"tor K. V' V as si v H C.K. Simmons, t. t.ouls, I'ron'r I.A..SlrtimonsUer Medicine, Ktfd '1?; '" '?. V.S Court DsriAts J ll.eilln,!'rop'rA.Q..Simmons Lie- . J Mla "y 'illn lSr.t. "! 91, A. 5. I.. .M. hat for 47 seira irtd iNDIOIariON. -- Tho Orlclnal Wins. Tc .' 1 1 yr. ItARIHH II ' ja Best tullion unaer one year old KOCluitVll) 4. " loooi tion of certain viitues and vices hasbeeii iiiuun-.iui.im.n-m- King. .... II ., MM .1 i ' II t Ilest raarc or c dltiff tribe shown to rockti- way, and known tu be usd fir rockauiiy J 00 imriioges Model Kinr. lle.t and Ainciuu itwdel stullioa, mere r .'Hill-- OB neldinir ' I'ancy TuniBnt. Till. "Mniirix. 1'CHllIlll tllkis , At 42 Tanuost turnout MlUirOC, who 13 Hut boy rider under 14 Jars uht, &)J lUllllC from .IttlllOS , saddle wo'rtlti twice olffti'il l'ri'MtK lit 01 the Fnituil Speed Uiiis. ' States. The Mib.staiice of the iloitrino r or tjcldiiiK-44. I'astest stulllon, mnre is thnt "the .111erieiin States are never old and under a, to be led or drUenfi times round the rltiBspecial iiremiutn in the broil, of to entangle them-elvJ. W. Ilrawer .V Co., Lite Mvck Europe, nor to suller the powers of the Ohio, fjo eo Men, Cincinnati, OKI World to interfere in the allaii-r- f of & saddle stallion 45 Ilest combined lurne any age the New; ami they nre to account anyat-temPlitoii Pony of the OM World to plant their jo 00 i5 Ilest ph.eluu puny systems of .'overniiient in any part of Wall.li.Lj I'.lng. 41 found above latitude IV. amatory aberrations south of the 4"ith. linaii- cial extravagance in ltjif-'- e seaport-- , I dust rial tluift in iastorial highland re- ino-tl- y tiviiii. i.u.iv.- - 11 "toe The I'arm enntaius me Acrei, situated n thr Springfield and I'crr) title pike,) miles trom Surnmnde former and 8 milea from bi Lrood neighbor, schools and churches and is adtinted to ail th favorite cram and grasses gm n Has good house, barn iiml other I Ins r el .1 tiur.lv in Kentucl.). . outbuildings IMenty of asiin; water and in a strength an! h.i .... M ,nTor further particulars, l,e sold in liijh slate uf cultivation 'ban the ordinarj im ml c.nimt ll.S I'.. S. I'OWT.l.L, lluslon.UU, Ky coral,ctltlon w,,hihi, .liil...e ..f i..w lest. hort addres Sold only in WllS weigMalum .r pi..ht- p,wU-r-in-- POWD ER Absolutely Pure. rrun, . 1 , . ..i tlt. Farm For S.ile. X . w silMllllUUHl s a s . V-- f. Will nracti' e in f Ksaaiinatxin. .... .n . .. sue ..rac.s 01 1111 sale. Informal respnndenee . li it- - I l r,k "! i. I v i lfLtii r s r j ' ' 'f aaaaaBaajraaa. I yssaHSKcassssHasV "sssssssssVsMHHasssswS. nKJtaBtaeeelal llhliik I should have been dead but I lor your (icnulne Al. A. Sim. mora i.ivcr .Midlclne. I hase aornrtimci had to substitute "eiltn'a stuff" for your Medl I IBL'ftttl clnr, but it don't answer the I I jiurpose. LCFLII IT I. it. drives. TMI.,,, Tl, fe Jlriiiphls.Tenn, says jrcrciveda package of your Ltver sa .u (in.c uscu uau 01 it. WOI,,,I- charm. want no A VI rrltcr I'ier lUcrulator I and ctr- I ululy uo more of ZcUm'a Ivl 1 mixture. . l , Itit 11 r"jj, " ftVllllallHaeaelellllllllllllllllBf -- V'7TB Jk 7kHCtf V all 4a. I Wall stret, New York es n CRABORCHARDSPRINGS; Cra1 Orcliard, Ky. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. The Cre.it waPftVJ,VFT?-eBTir, 'a -- tii2gZZf . "j-- " - J i a . --' r I AFI'BR'iill Cholera Curo! ALL THE LATEST SPRING pt OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. 1'ine llrass and String Hand in Attendance from July ist lo .September 1st Kates greatly reduce'd, Si per day and Stuper swl and upward THOMAS NliWMAN, Manager; JAS C. KINO, KesideiitSupt.; I) li r.D.MISTON. Cletl. Ij 'I UK - STYLE HATS 4$ R. IJ. fjiliOdHEOAJJC'S, SUlls.nR TO-- d 47.1'llest'wblleliis inure or S 48. gllcHiDf any ue in 00 eeptal.es Roadsters North America dangerous to American pence or safety." a A.-iatic THROUGH TRUNK LINE. To The M'MICHAEL, 611 THE HATTER, Ilest stallion any age style, speed and durubility coiuidcred special p.einium by Green .V Kinbry, I.lscStocfc Coininls. $o to sion Men, Cincinnati, Ohio, SKCOND DAY. Mules, a e 5io 00 hor.e mule 1 jcnrsoltl and over ID horse mule under ) ear old S 00 and over mire mule 2 jean-olil Ilest horse or uiare mule )ear old and 1U a) under a, ist premium 5 00 ad premium 3 53 liest mare mule under 1 ear old .Svcepstal.e. $13 00 34 Kest horse mule any ae IS iw jj ilest mare mule any age "" Saddle Horses. j6 licit aaddle mare or geldiu 4 years old and over JJ " 57 Ilest saddle mare or gelding j years old jo 00 and under 4 .8 llcst'saddle mare or gelding a years old ira'nd uuder j ij 00 jj'llest saddle mare or tfeldinif, year , old jo 00 and under a 10 00 year old 00 Ilest saddld marc under 26 00 ,1 Ilest colt by a00 Itoadster King. , 6i ll.'sl in ire or elding four year old and 49 Ilest 50 Ilest Si Ilest 1 cholera kills people by the wholesale ami there is no cure for it; but Uanter's chicken cholera cure restores the chicken that is down to perfect health. It is warranted by L't. 4TII AVENUE. SOUTH & WEST With LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A discount of 10 flit will b. given on nil orders sent fir II tt with a cni of tli- - niovu nd veiti.einent, ineiilnmiiig pajier I iyr pi-- r NKW o Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, Madison County Fair ASSOCIATION Will hold ll rcirular anntinlexliibitiniioii Tuesday, S edlietday, 1 hursuay auu t rl Jay, 1 Its Delicacy of Flavor And tho efficacy of its action bnvo rendered tho famous California liquid fruit remody, Syrup of Figs, immensely popular. It Cleanses and Tontvs up the clogged and ferorish System, and dispell Head, aches, Colds, and For era. For sale by A. U. Penny, Stanford. a Will you suffer with Dyspepiia and I.iscr Complaint? Shihih's Vitiliror is guaranteed to cure you. MeRoberti A Stagg, Stanford ; Crow & Co, THE KIRKSYIXI.F, '- - .asjeSsssTsiIsssssssTsssss. Atlanta, Montgomery, 1 1 McKlnnpy. Sleepless nights made miserable by that lerriMe cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you Mclloberts & Stagg, Stanford; Crow & Co., Mc That Hading Cough can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Mclloberli b Stagg, .Stanford; Crow A Co,, McKinney, Kj,n',ey; Little Rock, At- New Orleans. Mobile and KENTUCKY. RIOHMOND, Newport News & Miss.Valley Oo. Only one change to points in Purses andPremiums.f.SS.OOO. Trotting and Running ARKANSAS & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Seeling hones on (he line of this road will receive Special rales, jTerSee agents ot'this Company for rates, routes &c or write to C. I. ATMOItK G. I'. & T. A., Louisville, Ky AuguHt, 14, 15, 16 & 17, '88, STOCK FAIR ASSOCIATION, KIKKSVII.I.K, at their KY. Will hold their annual Tair miles from Klrkirille on grounds 2 RACES EACH DAY. I. II. JULV 37 AND 28, 1888. Liberal premiums anil od inanageiaent have made this oue of the loremoat StoiA Kairr) of tho State. Kor catalogues and particulars addreai, ' . Special, Trains and low fare on all railroads. T. J. COVING TON, Sec'y. CHKNAUIr, President. 05' II. WALKER, Secretary. Kirksville, K. Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi-ira- . It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. I)ut the discovery ol a remedy emit positively curu it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial, n bottle is enough foi one hundred chickens. It is guar-a- n teed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for fjhicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-centwo-third- s Kor Sale by Mc Roberts Stass, V v s I