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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888072001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. :- - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 20, d888. NO. 46. GOING IN V 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. I am 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, 40 per cent, discount will be given. Such a chance to buy solid, fresh and stylish goods for almost a song may not occur again in 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 GOD ai IS LOVE AM) NOTHING ELSE. I'ltAWH '1'iriO l.OIll). i.irrmt ('i'Miii:ui.Mi koiusko. lw.i., K imuxo 11,'RS. ru-tri- al v., July Dru iNTKitioiu III tliiH favon.il fur InokiMMlowii t'Vi'ryboilit'x, tlit? n pen waxen to lit- - uiu'ii iltiniltlt' iih it tvally w.w in the torrid fjlow of letw elevated rvpoim mill it onee more, tu pitlior up tlie hro-ke- n threads of tluw imrnitive epitle.'. Let me tw: Wo were in Howling Green when the lust wan written. meeting that wart! m What a hletued How tiereo opMition "ninootlieil its wrinkled fnint" itn the deartSottpel made its Hte.uly way into the heurtu prepared to receive it ! It in one of the prewnt coinjioiisitioiirt for what we are una void nlily called to miller in propagating thin line of Truth a largo part of the "Infold in this life" that we can hco tlii.s lcautiful change eomo over nearly every community we visit. And to hco the hostile gleam of unfriendly eyes die out, and change to dewy Hoftncus of expression; to watch the trunttfopiuitioii of rugged hate into tender love; to mark how the devil of higotry vacates the liiviiiiwri though "legion" Htrong at the voice of Him Who speaks with authority, now, a.s of old; all this i.s indeed "an hundred-fold,- " "full meanurc, pressed down and tthaken together;" making Hervice for Je.sus mlelight, and His "reproach more to he desired than "all the thought of 1 ly hail been busy. "Tiikv" say that he is n 1'nivers.dist;" or "Tiikv nay he don't preach Repentance;" or, "Tiikv say he denies the Atonement." This ceaseless misrepresentation had done its little lying worst and we had our work cut out for us beforehand, vir.: to preach and live it all down, as we hud done hundreds of times before. I am happy to nay we accomplished that desirable end inNicholasvillo in two short, delightful weeks. Audit is our unspeakable joy to know that the county seat of Jessamine contains a band of us tried anil true friends us a cause ever needed or boasted. "(Sod is LOVK ami Nothing HIV w ill never lack defenders there, till Jesus returns "the second time without hin unto salvation." There, too, the simplc-- t test proved how warmly the (!oh'1 we preached was welcomed. We were not only royally entertained at the Hotel Nicholas, but sent on our way with a generous gift in money lacking nothing that love could supply. ISmther iCodcnbaugh's Hotel has no su- ticastircrtof Kgypt." I was reminded that this conflict with "wicked npiiit.s in the heavenlies" is not n pelting with rose leaves, hut a warfare where "llery darts" are lilling the air by a sharp attack of illness, similar to the one that so prostrated mo in San just two years ago. It did not keep mo from a single service; hut for three days, at tho close of the Howling (ireon meeting, I sulleredso much that pleaching was an awful drag, "in wcarinoKsand painfulness," as dear I'anl says. However, I got through all right, and tho love and prayera of tho devoted friends kept me from succumbing to Satan's attacks. The meeting cloned in the .Spirit's power, that had begun InSvenk-nes- s and fear and much trembling," and wo count II. Ci. u btrongholdof theTruth God is LOVK and Nothing Klrse from this time on till Ho comes, Who will demonstrate it so conspicuously, ere long, to ovcry doubter. I cannot expie.ss our scuso of the kind geiierosity of tho dear people of Warren county. After all, tho simplest and surest test is tho money one. l'eoplo will pay for what they like, and they will not bleed their pockets unless they aro deeply impressed. That is why I care for this evidence that tho Truth has stricken deep root. God knows whether narrow mon do or not that money is nothing to this Troupe. "Having food nnd raiment wo aro content," and "take no thought for tho morrow." Wo should bo wretched if this wery not a fact, instead of a Pharisaical .. lint as a sure proof tlint "our Gospel" is making its way to the hearts of men, wo no prize tho gifts of grateful love, that tell out, in no uncertain way, that blessed result, for which wo preach and sing in uuwen-tielove and longing. Nichohwville, in Jessamine county, next welcomed us. As elsewhere, wo found tho ground fully preoccupied by slanderous reports. Tho "They" fami as crickets, "except .Mamma, who Fruit-ciw- o first-clas- d perior in Central Kentucky which is saying a good deal but I am like the old woman on "bluing;" "if there is one thing I know better than another it is" a good hotel when I see it. e is su- The Nicholasvillo crb, and they aru justly proud of their elegant hall of justice. On the gieen grass, under the dense shade of the umbrageous maples, the men delight to gather and settle the fate of the nation, or discuss knotty theological ipiestions. I suppose we came in for our share, while we were the "latest sensation." I had not been in N. for 20 years or so, and it had ojiite outgrown my recollection. The country around is very picturesque and beautiful. .Millie met her dear teacher of former years Miss Hewitt who bus charge of the Jessamine Female College, and is building upa institution, whoc reputation is growing very rapidly under her able supervision. List Thursday noon wo bid a regretful adieu to the kind friends, who had, in two short weeks, become so dear to us, and skimmed oil on tiio Cincinnati Southern for this mountain retreat. Mrs. Gov. Cantrill came on from Georgetown; Mrs. John Woodcock ami son joined us at Danville; Mrs. Col. Welch atthe Junction and Hro. John Woodcock and his niece, Miss Willie Gibson, at Somerset. So we were ten btrong when we were dropped at our appropriate fetation. Hacks awaited us, into which we were duly stowed, and our ride over a mountain loud, for L.' miles, began. We had dreaded this part of the journey, but It turned out a mere bagatelle. The sun was sinking westward nnd the friendly foie.st trees lined tho road tho whole way, so that wo were not smitten with tho fervid rays wo feared to encounter. Tho roail was good for the mountains-runn- ing along n lofty ridge, with pretty outlooks in ninny places. Tho mules were strong and willing, and springs and cushions all we could expect. So wo had a jolly tinu, and about dusk reached tho river. It was swollen past ford ing, so wo came across in skill's, with our saicneis, leaving our uiiiiKsiooeurougui over by daylight next morning. air. and Mrs. Owuns gavo us a hearty welcome and wo were soon discussing an excellent supper. After which wo slept tired travelers, with tho subdued thunder of the cataract deepening our slumbers with its roaring monotone. Yesterday morning, all up and brisk court-houss ( ' ed to be called until II o'clock, when she, too, shook oil' all traces of the journey's fatigue, and professed herself quite rested. Most of the day we were harrowed with sympathy for a little lamb, nciu-- s the river, whoso dam hud fallen over the precipice into the river and been drowned. In our morning walk we tho floating carcass some distance below the falls. Then one of our party spied the Iamb on a dizzy ledge, far up the face oi tho perpendicular rock, looking, and still looking out for its lost mother. Tho roar of water swallowed up its bleating, but we knew it was crying out in its pitiful way. lly and by it made a perilous leap and got on a lower ledge, where there was underbrush and stunted trees. This was just nljovu tho cataract. At last it worked its way dow n a crevice and stood upon a tlutish rock that projected over the tawny Mood just where it made its wild leap into the pool below. 1'oor little thing! it could neither advance nor retreat. A very narrow ledge of rock just alovo tho boiling torrent was its only possible way of escape, and that it knew nothing of. Wo had watched it at intervals all day, and were insueh distress about it so helpless; so innocent; orphaned; in immediate peril that we, as well as the lamb, were to be pitied. t last, just before sunset, one of the hotel waiters agreed to try and rescue it. Cautiously he crept along the dizzy verge, after crossing the river above in a skill"; hut when the frightened creatine saw its preserver nnd mistook him foran enemy, it dashed frantically around its and then, in a parnarrow oxysm of terror, sprung right into tho cataract. I shall never forget tho distress of that moment, as we saw the frightened little creatine make that mad leap and saw it helplessly borne down from top to bottom of that awful sheet of falling water. Of course we thought it lost; but imagine our joyful surprise, when, a few minutes after, we saw it struggling out among the great rocks a hundred yards below. Swift feet and strong hands were not wanting then. Three of our party rushed to the skill' below; put across tho river and in five minutes the little dear was rescued and brought safely over to our side. We acted like lunatics laughing, crying, shouting, waving hats and handkerchiefs. No wilder demonstrations of joy could hnve siguulicd the rescue of a human being. The little tiling was quite unhurt. Soon, wrapped in woolen, it was all rigid, and ready for something to eat. There was more joy over that lamb, than over tho whole flock that had not been in peril. I think wo all went instinctively to tho loth of Luke and thought out a sermon each for himself that was better than any ever spoken by tho lips of man. Then in the quiet twilight wo got tho little organ out of its trunk, and the girls sang the "Ninety nnd Nine" to the most appreciative that ever listened to that touching song. Tho little fellow made friends rapidly this morning and was a "pet Iamb" in a very brief space. Just now we are a little anxious again, for it has Btrnye(l out o( tll0 ynnl aml hn8 gonu ,, but wo hope to llnd the mountain-Hide- ; prison-hous- gone into thick clothing with one ac cord. I already feel the good elicits of the restful change and hope to be quite "set up" in the fortnight we are to stay l'.ver in Jesus, (ii:. O. Baknks. IDIRlTO-a-IS- A. Bo T FENNY, JEWBLBB, &o DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. own truo laxative. It U the easily taken, and the most effective Physicians prescription accurately compounded. mot remedy known to Cleanse tho Syatom when Bilious or Costivo; to dispel Head-acheColdi, and Fevers; to Curo Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. THE LAMEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Manufactured only by tho California Fig CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. Ever brought to thu market. Prices lower than For sale by A. H. Fenny, Manford. the lowest. Watches, Clacks and Jewelry He. Is Naturo' s, Syrup of Figs An average sized whale in the Atlantic will yield 100 barrels of oil and 2,000 pounds of bone. paired on short notice and warranted. Mountain Iands ! ivery, eed and Sae Stable, NEWCOMB Thi HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. of I and well-knoHotel i stilt tmintain-In- ? fine reputation. Charex reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public M. I' NKWCOM1I. Prop., Sj-t- l Ml Vernon, Ky, t hate 400 acres, more or lets, of Mountain, Coal nnd Timber Lands that I will ell at a bargain. I have a store room to rent lor a furniture and undertaking, hardware or tinner's establishment. Thieare good for 40 days. For further informa-matioC. W METCALF write to 33 Uarbourville, Ky. in BRICK "7AHD I W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LOUIS SOHLEGEL. PHOTOGRAPHER, incrrMoyn styl 1 LONDON, KY, I have opened Hrick Yard and now hate 18 000 brick ready for sate, or I will take contracts to Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire build them In walls I keep my fresh meats now on reasonable terms. London Is the most convenin VanArsdale's ce'lar andean furnish Shoat, lieef ient point on the railroad to reach places in the nnd Mutton at all times. in the mountain section of the Stale, W. F KAMSEY. 10 KV LADIES de- & GENTLEMEN MYjKBS well-kno- ' Photijnphs mall India Ink, Crayon signs m Kri nss 11 ami nl Wuer it Itt C'ir !. Pictures in N'ew OF STANFORD. I Ufcp a nice and ncnt little store on Lancaster Urcet I keep etertthlng nice jnd neat and cry cheap; so il )ou (jet hunirry or dry, this is the place to buy. If ton don't belicte me, call and co Respectfully, J T 1IAKKIS STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. hotel, The Teacher vigor. Tor persons of dclicato and fcoblo constitution, whether young or old, this mcdlciuo is remarkably beneficial. Bo suro you get Ayor's Sursajmrllla. " Every spring and fall I take a number of bottles of Ayer's Snrsnparilln, ami am greatly benefited." Mrs. James II. Eastman, Stonuham, Mass. "I havo taken Ayer's Sarsaparilla with jjrent benollt to my general health." MIssThlrra L. Crerar, Palmyra, Md. "My daughter, twolvo years of ago, has suffered for the past year from Who advised her pupils to strengthen their minds by tho uso of Ayor's appreciated tho truth that bodily health is essential to mental This old and Hotel still maintains its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. shall I ed that it in its be second to no connlry orHotel in Fare, Appointments, the State Attention to his Gucsti. ltjg-pgconveyed t and from depot free of charge Spici.U accommodaI have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. George I). Wearen and M Uruce and Mill open tions to Commcrciil Travelers. b a yard at the one purchased of Mr, Wearen, llesides lumber in rough and dressed, will carry a luge line of window stshes, doors and shingles, J, H. IIILTO-;- . f OASIS. liths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by S, G. HOCKI'.K Mr. Wearen. i3iyr "STARD 1 1 HXLT03NT&30ATrXS Gciicr.il Merchandise, ROWLAND. KY., To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Stanford Roller Mill Company wants your whole wlieit crop of iS33, and will pay in cash the highest market price for it. Do not sell without first seeing. Superintendent I'olts at the Mill, or the undersigned T.J. Ft) J 1 Tret, Stanford Holler Mill. Co 3J r.. General Debility. A few weeks slnco, wo began to glvo her Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Her health has Mrs. Harriet II. Sreatly Improved." South Chelmsford, Mass. "About a year ago I began using Ayor's Sarsaparilla as a remedy for debility and neuralgia resulting from malarial exposure in tho army. I was In a very bail condition, but six bottles of the Sarsaparilla, with occasional doses of Ayer'a I'llls, havo greatly Improved my health. I am now ublo to work, and feel that I cannot say too much for your excellent remedies." F. A. Piukham, South Moliincus, Me. "My daughter, sixteen years old, Is using Ayer's Sarsaparilla with good effect." Itov. 8. J. Graham, United Brethren Church, I)uckhaunon,W.Vu. ",I suffered from opened a new stock of Men's and Ilo)s' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and Family Groceries. Also dealers in Coal Country produce taken in exchange for goods at highest market price Come one, c me all, and learn the aJtantagcs in trade. io-6- Hatejust TAZES ! amrt'idyto plcao come 30-l- TAXES ! ij m.w'I.AND.S I..C Lebanon 1871. Planing 1888. 31111, To The Voters of Lincoln County: The Tax Hooks aro now ready for i833 and I receive tho taxes Everybody will forward and nay early f MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE School ! ! A Modern Progressive A. OFFUTT, Proprietor,- - LKI1ANON, KV. Nervous Prostration, with lamo back and headache, and havo been unu'h benefited by tho use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I am now 80 years of age, and nut satisfied that my present health and prolonged life are duo to tho uso of Ayer's Sarsaparilla." Lucy Mollitt, Killiugly, Conn, Mra. Ann II. Farnsworth, a lady 70 years old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes : "After several weeks' sufTcring from nervous prostration, I procured a bottlo of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and heforo I had taken half of it my usual health declin- - This charming spot is well known to many of your readers. Nothing more ho desired in n watering place. Uath-lik- o ig, fishing, grand scenery, pure air, medicinal springs and a capital hotel. It is so cool wo aro glad to sleep under blankets, and an overcoat was a comfort nearly all day yesterday. Our party has it. returned." Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rnKPAUKD BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Price l; ill bottle, $3. Worth 5 botlli. Where your iliuhturs will be taught how tube. Doors, Sash, Wine's, Frames, Cating, llase Moldcome fue women, as well as thoroughly instruct' ings Mantles, llrackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, llalusters, crandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, ed in Counters, I loon.ig. Siding, bhlngles, Laths, Rough ami Dressed Lumber. LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. Send for prices before bit) in; elsewhere. Address HEV. C. POPE, President, or MRS. S. C. TRUEHEART, i Lady Principal. 37 Mlllcrsburg, Ky, TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. NO. SI. PIKKINS K. S. MAH1IN. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill "In IlKODMBAD, KV., M V, 83;, the town of Stanford that w defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, wt think the cituens ot Albright & Martin beg to inform their man the county should h ivo county pride enough to friends aid customers of the change in firm aim patronire and sustain the same V wish to in. form whom it may concern that we are in the market to buy your whtat and cum and will alMARTIN & PERKINS, ways give the highest market price for same. Wo have added soma new machinery to our The new firm hopes not only 10 sustain the repu- department and can now make meal In corn meal suit any tation of the old, but intends to make many person. It cannot b equalled by any other mill the manufacture of tobacco which in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our (lour aud will be to the interest of our customers. We will meal depirtuietit. All having graiu iu our devote special attention to our Natural Leal for sale will please ctll at the Mill, where lino I r.inds of Kentucky's best leaf. TJianking you agent will he found at all times, who will give our the forpt't fivors and asking for a continuation 01 ucsi prices iur llraa asu shipstutT always Respectfully imrs, ynur trade, we remuu V V "I'fVTTC in stocs.. M A RTlN & PER K NS. Supt., Stanford Iloller.MiU do 3m aroTxcE 11 sie 1 . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., The new census of tho 'District of Columbia .shows a' population of 218,- 157. Stanford, July Threo men have been ai rested chitrg 20. 1838 ed with making the. bombs found in Chicago. . . W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, through our columns, the unknown per grocery business. On this, Friday evening, tholjincas-te- r son who enclosed him a $20 bill in a letFor Hop Club will give a grand ball at ter from Richmond, lie is sure it is a gift from a "Barnesite." the Opera House. ALLEN G. THURMAN, On Ixmls Day next, at 11 o'clock .. L. P. Hubble, of Birmingham, Ala., Of Ohio. is in Judge R. Grinnan, of m., Dr. J. G. C'hlnn will give the scriptuFor Judge ot the Court of Appeal, ral teaching of the Christian BrotherNew York, is here. hood and nil are Invited to be piesent nt Mr. W. O. Dunlap gave a handsome JUDGE W. S. entertainment to his young friends nt Dripping Spring, ns nothing will be Dr. O. P. Hill's on Wednesday evening. said offensive to anv that miiv differ with For Sheriff of Lincoln County, I'. W. Morrow, the popular jewehy him. We are overstocked and WILL sell them. Daring THOS. D. NEWLAND. man, i ides to town every morning from FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. his home three miles in the country, and A couple of sows and pigs for wile. gets here by (I o'clock. NEWS CONDENSED. cago. it. E. Barrow, Stanford. -- Paint Lick comes to the front with bill which passed the The Chicago has just fullered a $500,000 Mercer County Fair at llarrods-burSenate Tuesday, provides that govern- a democratic club of 100 members. What " fire. Ky., Tuesday, Aug. The Prices will be Reduced to within the reach of all. Our entire ment workmen shall be paid a full day's every precinct in tho county should do A t nt St. Augustine car- wages A. T. Nunnelley sold to Thomas E. is to follow this example. If we hold for S hours of work. stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and ried a steamer 25 feet into the nir. Wood 25 stock ewes at 2J cents. If Blaine goes to California, Mr. old Garrard in the democratic line, wo heavy weights, will An exploding lamp burned to death viiu west Niow at tlie .Mercer Thurman will appear there too. A de will have it to do by thorough organizaCotintv Fair each da v. Don't fall to at and Mrs. Milletto, of Iluifiilo. bate between these two political giants tion. tend. An Ohio glutton fcwas choked to would bring all California together in Waxtkii To buy a good combined death by a potato he was eating while at one spot.' MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. dinner. mare, a black or a bay preferred. Call Tho Tennessee republicans have And in no event will any profit be added and'many lots will be sold A number of the common schools at this office. The $100,000 nominated S. Hawkins, of Carroll at HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Oost Sale have begun. electric light plant, of New Orlcads, was county, for governor. Three J. M. Copeland sold to Wakefield stalwart neTeachers' Institute will begin Mon- A Morelaud, of Boyle, 200 wethers at 2J burned. and in the Clothing Department only. groes carried Mr. Hawkins into tho hall An enterprising small hoy sot the after his nomination. day, August 1:1. cents per pound. Chicago river on fire burning $5,000 The blackberry crop in Pulaski is Our public schools will begin MonThe daughter of Senator Colquitt, of worth of dockage. so large that they are a drug on the mar No day, July :50th. Georgia, and the daughter of RepresentDick Gibbs, suspected of killing Candidates are beginning to make ket at :i"J cents per bushel. ative Breckinridge, of Kentucky, havo Dave Anderson from ambush, was arRunning and Trotting Races each their appearance. applietl for positions as teachers in the Ten per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. rested at Jit. Sterling. J. Si. Jones is the only declared can- day at the Mercer County Fair. Don't Washington public scpools. A seaman of the ocean steamer Erin forget the tlate, Aug. didate for sheriff' so far. It is reported that all right and inA few rafts were run down Rockcasmurdered two of his shipmates in their The crops of wheat harvtsted in & terest in the Etlison phonograph has been Boyle are yielding leyond expectation tle river during the late freshet. bunks while they slept. soltl to an English syndicate. What Robert Deaton, aged 00, died Wed- from 28 to 10 bushels per acre. It is thought that the Mills bill will does Yankee invention amount to if it is nesday of Bright's disease. See the competitive Beef Cattle pass the House by a majority of 10 to 15. to go to a lot of sonlid Britishers? o effort will be made, to pass it until Since the 10th Win. McKinney has Rings at the Mercer County Fair, Aug. The fanners of threo Illinois coun1 tth, four days. $100 to the liest herd. Saturday. not been himself. It's n boy. Flour-llar-rcl- N MoIuknck-- Sugar- Good ties have agreed not to raise any wheat, Capt. It. I). Igan, of Bovle, sold to After the 1st of August trained Wm. Henderson bought one yoke of barley or rye for tho next three years, Nelson Morris, of Chicago, his 70 head of Tor nurses from the Louisville school will oxen of Thomas Brown for$t5. T. K. be placed in charge of all the wards of hoping to starve out the chinch bugs. Several children have died in the extra good New York cattle, weighing This is a combine that will meet with no county with tlux during the past week. 1,002 Kunds, at 5 cents. the City Hospital. opposition. Wakefield A Morelaud, of Danville, R. E. Bell has accepted tho position The Senate has passed a bill approA f:ist express train on the L. A N. as secretary for the Livingston Coal Com- iKMight of John Cash 17, of Dave Johnpriating $25,000 for the erection of a collided with a fraight train Tuesday son 20, of J. P. Riffle :W, of Tom McRobpany. monument to George Rogers Clark. The near Birmingham, Ala., killing an enICE CKEAiM FREKZERS memorial is to be erected in Louisville. Drs. Lovell and Davis a erts 4(1 and C. V. Lyon 57 head of No. gineer and a fireman and bruising severA brakeman on the Cincinnati Proc- New York cattle, to be delivered the successful operation upon Allen G. al other persons. The wreck was piled WA-LTOIT'last of August, at from 4 to 5 cents. Southern Road, named McCarty, fell off :W tor for fistula. feet high. Matt Stndidge, of the Milledgevllle a train while in motion between High A. M. I5oone has leen placed as Twelve dynamite bombs, intended neighborhood, bought 'M cattle last fall Bridge and Burgin and was fatally innight operator at this place. J. A. for the elevation of Judge Gary, Attorjured. andhas since lccn feeding them for resumes extra work. ney Grinnell anil Inspector Bonfield, cattle. He sold them the other An express train on the Fort Worth Brodhcad is organizing a string were found in a small frame house in R. WALTON'S. day for double what he gave for them road went through a bridge near Clarenband. The Signal furnishes the big Chicago Tuesday morning. There are Mahaffey-lender- . and $21.50 to boot. The Sandidges seem Col. The engineer and fireman don, Fred said to have been 20 persons in the conwere killed, but none of the passengers A. D. Catron and Dick Hall, of Pu- to havo been born to make money. ELEGANT GREEN TEA spiracy and several arrests have been George F. Anderson bought of W. were injured. laski, are here negotiating with Capt. made. A prominent Michigan politician for his herd of Jereev cat- L. Caldwell two young jennets for $000; A. T. R. WALTON'S. There has been a renewed influx of tle. II. Evans one lot of feeders for Jacob Bays that his State will give Cleveland Chinese into British Columbia and most E. W. Jones, of Crab Orchard, was Kimlcrlain, of Washington county, sold and Thurman 10,000 majority. A good of them are on their way to San FrancisNICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS in our village Tuesday. Mrs. P. J. Hintt to Madison Sandidge, of Lincoln county, deal less than half that would be entireco. As tho Califomians have the same who has been quite sick, is some bet- at 1.1)0 per cwt one lot of Lincoln ly satisfactory. T. R. WALTON'S. affection for Chinamen that the devil is county calves at $12.50. A heroic editor at Rockaway Beach Danville Adter. said to feel for holy water, this British plunged into tho salty deep and gallantIt is probable that Op Taylor or Jas. vocate. ly rescued a feminine swimmer who had Columbia news will enliven the Golden Ham will run for sheriff on the demoThe Dwyerilros. shipjcd 20 year& Wax gone too far out. There are not half State for Bcveraljdays. cratic ticket. Mr. Jones will not have a ling thoroughbreds which they bought T. R. WALTON'a at Rtinuymede, Cold Sticam, Elmendorf, enough editors at tho watering places. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. A terrific gas explosion occurred in The Crab Orchard people seem to Ikj Magrathiana and Dixiana, for which Mrs. James A. Fisher, who has been considerably stirred up over the liquor they paid $44,200 at the spring sales. tho offices of the County Clerk in the FOR SALE ! City Hall, at Detroit, Mich., which com' in feeblo health for some months past, is question. Almost one pago of tho Sig- They were shipped to Brooklyn in palFifty one Acres of Land, manly In crass, with nal is taken up this week on the sub ace cars in charge of W. J. Rogers. pletely wrecked the vault and registry thought to ho improving somewhat. smal house on it, 4 miles 011 Crab Orchard Pise. Col. C. It. Anderson has sold out his ject. Bourbon News. room. o person was injured seriously. I' R W'AI.'ION. Termeasy II. L. Quiscnlerry soltl this week One Terry, claiming to be a son of n Powell Clyde, a boy, of interest in the grocery business to AnLakeview, a Chicago suburb, gave him- drew Whitley. Cliff' was in just ten railroad contractor, who is interested in about 50 rattle, weight 1,550 lbs., to W. FOR the firm having the contract for the con- H. Bush at 5 cents. W. H. Tuckersold self the romantic title of "Cloudy Clyde, days. If above is not sold I v. Ill lent the house at a J. II. Fugleman's trottinghorse Jer- struction of the road beyond PJneville, this week to Moses Kahn l.S cattle weightie King," and after playing the bandit reasonable figure. T R WALTON. prince for some months, has fled toother emiah left Monday with Crit Davis' sta- behaved very disgracefully on the pas- ing 1,700 lbs., nt 51 cts., and 12, weighble to make the grand circuit, beginning senger train between Crab Orchard and ing l,:tO0 lbs., at 5J cts. Sixteen hogsscenes. Some boys 6tole n can of Paris green with Detroit. this place by firing a pistol a number of heads of Clark county leaf and lugs sold A child of Bettic Carpenter, a color- times and otherwise mislehaving. Confrom a smoke-hous- e near Marion, Ind., in Louisville during the past week at and placed it on a railroad track, where ed woman, stepped on a piece of glass, ductor Cabler stopped at this place and prices ranging from 1(5 to 21 cents per I Buy Hav. T. it was struck by a locomotive and spread not all being extracted from the foot the had tho gentleman turned over to our lb. Clark Co. Democrat. on Friday. over an acre of grass. A number of cat- child died of lock-jasheriff. Before the train left the matter Rev. L. Eddy, for a number of years was in eomo way patched up and the ofJ.ICK J JIUFIMAN-- , tle ate tho poison and died. SURGEON DKNTIST, n teacher in the I). & I). Institute, has fending passenger was allowed to resume Frances Robinson, a - - Kkntuckv, Stanfokd, white girl, was raped in n most brutal advertised his personalty for sale and his journey in an humbled condition. It Office south tide Main, two doors above Depot St. manner by a fiend by tho name of Clarke, will probably remove to Minnesota. is neetlless to say tnat the man was Mr. Edmond Meyer, of this place, drunk. near Knoxvillo Tuesday evening. He has been lodged in tho Knoxvillo jail, announces his engagement to Miss Lily DRIPPING SPRINGS. where two attempts to lynch him have Wolf, daughter of Mr. A. Wolf, Walnut LONDON, KENTUCKY, Kvery place jammed full from top Jo street,' Louisville. proved unsuccessful. Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, Flaig, jeweler, is moving into the bottom. I will not take any moro CAPT. FRANK B RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Kl John Ray, a whito man, a farmer in the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over the Choctaw Nation, having been threat- room heretofore occupied by W. B. Nich- boarders this season at club rates; $i per ened with death by an enemy, was ols' job printing establishment and Nich- week straight out or not at all; can not Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished, First, awakened in tho night by some one in ols is moving into where Flaig has been. take any more ladies at any price until class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day anil night A report was in circulation this Wednesday next; havo refused fully f0 Trains are met by Polite PortersJ'of this Popular his room. Ho fired, Instantly killing House. the intruder, who turned out to be his morning that the oldest child of Rev. P. this week. Those whoso time is out Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better brother, who had taken a somnambulist- T. Hale, ill at Maylield, was dead. No will not go. Everybody is stuck on ic walk. information to that effect has been re- Dripping Springs, while oor old Crab To the Farmers of Lincoln Co. grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the Mrs. Parsons, wife of anarchist Par- ceived as yet, but may at any time, as it Orchard, with its GOO capacity and the trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. to back it, languishes sons, who was hung, seems to be a wo- is thought his recovery is almost imposi-bl- Courier-JournWo hate purchased of Robinson Co,, of Richmond. Ind., Thrcsing rig that totally eclipses You dozen or so guests. Kespt. any thing of u the man of her worth She- has sworn all along with its will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. lind heretofore introduced In this section Kvrrything entirely new and ol the D. G. Slaughteu. along that she would havo tho blood of The election of Dr. L. S. McMurtry latest improved style, We guarantee absolure 1 S. I could fill Crab Orchard Springs isfuctioii, both in threshing clean and cleaning sat. the judges who sentenced her husband, to tho presidency of tho State Medical the . jjrain. We ask special attention to our Revolving and from reports of the 20 bombs found Society last week was a deserved tribute from toj) to bottom in two weeks. Mrsw Stacker, which enables one hand to stack I). G. S. straw from 300 bushels of (xraln, thereby saving MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. Chicago and tho fact that she is a be- to one of tho most popular and accomin the labor of from 3 to 4 hands, Hoping the farm liever in anarchism, it seems that she plished physicians in the State. His ers win try ui onu time, we are, respeciuiiy, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. W, M. DUDDKI is using all efforts to fulfill her promise. friends in this community were delight II. D, HIATT. 16 ColHang her with the rest of the anarchists ed and the doctor is receiving congratuG. W. Coulter nnd Miss Cora and perhaps Chicago will have rest for latory expressions from prominent phy- lier were married at the bride's mother's a while anyway. sicians nil over tho State. near Milledgeville Thursday. For two years tho widow of Gen. G. Miss Virginia S. Giigsby, of WashIt has been received in a round R. Paul has been asking Congress to ington City, ha been tho recipient of about way from the Ladies Sewing SoA CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. grant her a pension. So far she has many attentions during her visit to Dan- ciety that a drummer from this placo will T-been unsuccessful. Tho eyesight of ville, her former home, as the guest of soon tuko to himself a wife. KB aged 21, and Miss Gen. Paul was destroyed at Gettysburg, Miss Mary Robertson. JUL Av William Kinder, Wednesday AYJev MM and for over 20 years it was an every-daevening Mrs. Mary Dudley, of the D. A Mary Webb, aged 17, obtained license Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by kRny, ijRPJHBPPPu j jia sight in Newport, their home, to sec D. institution, gave a tea in Miss and were married at the bride's homo Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and Mrs. Paul, with tho hero on her arm, which was attended by tho near Shelby City yesterday. California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly oh hand everywalking tho streets of that city. Chea-dl- following: Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Redd, DEATH'S DOINGS. tho republican member from tho Mrs. G. T. Schoolfield, Mrs. W. K. Argo, thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Oth Indiana district, and Johnson, tho Mrs. Yeager, Miss Bettio Craig, Miss Mrs. Isaac Baugh, one of tho oldest Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try republican member from tho 8th dis- Mary McRoberts, Miss Jennie Lee, Miss inhabitants of the Highland neighbortheir Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come "5.511. A.J..C. C. II. It. trict, aro tho representatives who aro Mary Robertson, Dr. L. S. McMurtry, hood and a most excellent woman, died Satisfaction guaranteed. This elejaut Jersey Hull will stand at my Stable and buy at first hands. keeping tho widows of officers out of Prof. S. liVCheek, Dr. F. Dunlap, Mr. Wednesday evening of consumption. season, at $3, OASH, of Respectfully, SCHILLING & ZIMMER, pensions because theuillls were in- - John A. Heron, Mr. A. B. Robertson, She leaves a number of children and this privilege of return if cowatis timewith service, their with calf, not troduced by democrats. Mr. Augustus Rogers. Wholesale and Retail. grand children. E.H. BURNSIDE. mi Of New York. t, GROVER CLEVELAND, PRIOR, Gen. Boulanger is worse ami the doctors have been summened to a consultation. The farmers of Brown county, Intl., have left their gold diggings ami gone back to agriculture. The Elk National Bank and several other business blocks of Fayetteville, Tenn., have been'burned. Rob Morris,7the Poet laureate of Masonry, suffered two strokes of paralysis at I.aG range and will die. Jersey justice ha. taken a fresh grip. Two New Jeysey murderers were hanged yesterday for killing women. Tho Western Iron Association is dissolved and a general resumption of iron manufacture is now looked for. Rolert Brazel, the colored valet of Barnes, the jockov, shot and killed Andrew Bond, colored, in a saloon at Chi- Rev. It. B. Miihony will preach at the Baptist church Sundav. morning at died Tuesday. Mrs. Barbara Salter Is very sick and 11 o'clock. Elder Joseph Ballon will punch at not expected to live. The republicans of tho county will McCormack'H Church Sunday morning hero next Mon- at 11 o'clock. hold a grand pow-woRev. Father Brossart, of I.e.ington, day. W. S. Miller is improving tho front has been appointed Vicar General of of the old poition of his hotel by putting that diocese with headquarters at Covington. in new windows. Rev. G. W. Dunlap writes from InTlieo. Curry has after it rest of a year dependence, Ky., asking us to thank or two again decided to embark in the w i ' An infant child of Miko Shearer'si l LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. y CHURCH AFFAIRS. STMF0ED PLEMIEGMILL Flooring, SIcUiikh, CO. Celling, FlnlHliiiitf Lumber, MouldiiiKH, HruvkctH, Scroll Work, FrnincN. SnHli, Doors, IllimlH, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINE, Superintendent. OliOTHIKTGj g, JULY AND AUGUST BE SOLD 1 water-spou- Mrs-d-'los- s AT AGTUAL MARKED GOST Goods Charged; Cash in Every Instance. BRTJC2S H-1- 7. MoEOBIETS, Stamford. and and Clean , Sale Cheap. Walton -- i. 1 T. H. T. S. Lnn-dra- m New-Yor- k Extracts for Ice Cream lid-di- e; Fruit Jart Scaling walk-ove- r. RENT! Want to a Small Lot of R. Walton. 4 ) w . JACKSON HOUSE. BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! Joj-t- f. e. al Ac GEO. WEARER, IHilWr'C'R. NEW I NEW I NEW I m)o ha. ra rzj Wl y Jl. rwr 7urs JtXa Grigs-by'e'hono- r, e, GXX.DXROV, k Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Tub best milk uhako in town at litriihik'H. K. II. .. fc. Tte. 500 pounds liilny wind ljoUy The Clark County Democrat speaks at little over the coHt of the metal. Fair thusly of a former Lincoln county boy: rIlI.MNi:itV tllllll UVLT at Vilt'llliltr "Our friend Hosley, of the Sun, exempliorder. Aililivwi thin Stanford. Kv., July '10, 1888 CourtH A Cox'h. fies the old saying that honors never L. M. Lvsi.ey sends us thu finest head como singly. First the State press dubs Duuiiotxleu uiviiiii ami iuo rolil PubllahoU Evory TuoBday of cabbage of thu season thus, far. It him 'Colonel,' then Centra College, conat ZiininciV. '....f-i?.- . measures !M inches In circumference and fers upon him the title of 'A. M.,' and AT weighs 5j pounds. I wtiri.li liko very muuh for my j Ml "xint- - itTy Sy PICK YICAK.INADVAXCK in b1" JBJfTi JtMI lastly hu was elected 'Captain Friday to rnino in and Kittle up with night of Hose Com jmny No. 2. Here's Coi.. Wii.i, S. Hays, tho leading com"C When nut so paid $2 DO will be need moiiev ami intiHt have it. inc. ' poser of the day, sends us a copy of his to you Col. Capt. John L. Ilosley, A.M.!" II. V. UupKy. latest production, entitled "Cleveland L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. XKW ADVEimSK)IKNTS. A i.Aiiv teacher can secure a position and Thurman," which is a most beautiMail tram joins North ...J 31 pin in District So. , by immediate applica- ful piece of campaign music. 31 pni South l'sprest train " South ..113711m tion to Trustee J. W. AcIuiiih, H. ImporA i.i. old accounts not paid by ' August North .317 am ter and (i. A. 6 30 m Loial Freight North 1st will be placed in the hands of an offiI 655 l'm South. 'I he Utter train I have )uireluihed a maehiue that can cer for collection. lu curry passengers. Six months is as long 1 he shove ii calculated on standard time. Solar patch, repair ripH and lix up kIioch j?en as I can wait for my money and I am tunc ia about 10 minutes fatter. From my farm a HAY MAKL, 3 4 . .... orally, better than the neatest hand. compelled to do this. A. T. Nunnel- tilli .liurf ... an. .mli.. inn, ... or jcr.yean old,.... ..w. hi itiil ,.iv. k... any ui one lu tcertimen umuto he wi greatly oblige rue ley. (.ivo me a trial. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. work a specialby letting me kne I. at time. b. II HALOIIMAN Trams leave. Kciwland ut 5:35 a m and 7:10 a rti ty. T.J. Hatcher. The Chesapeake & Ohio will run an W anil rriuiii at t p in nnJ 5 40 p ru. havinj: exjire-piiekaeH for excursion train with elegant Pullman MEANS BUSINESS. the 1. & O, Kxiirer3 will please leave palace sleepers to Newport 2sows, leaving Lexington Tuesday, Aug. 7, at 12 I Watuii and jewelry repaired ami them at my olllco or handout the paste ii.j at the low price of $12 for the round-triI have furnished them. board slfrns A. warranted. A. It. I'ennv. The Ilooth I'mllt-geof the Lincoln County fair Oastoii oil, lnrd oil and machine' oil T. Nunnelley, A(;ent. will be tolu to tuc highest bidder on In a collission between an extra and of all kinds at MellobertN A Sta'a. Tiik good woik still Koeson. The Ml the regular train on the Cumberland TitKbest place to buy drue,, patent 35, 1888, inedieineM and toilet articles in at A. It. Kinuey democratH will organize a Cleve-lam- l Valley Branch between Urays and Iv-ellAt tlie court'hMite in Stanford at 3 o clock p, iu. l'onny'n. and Thurman club A on Thursday morning, engineer Hivyour school books, ink, tablets, number from here will bo present ami Shanks and a section hand were killed. all assist and school Btipplicu of jwiper, in the organization. The fault seemed to lie with tho men on SKCO.M) ANNUAL KXllllll'l ION OF kiiuIh from A. It. l'cnny. I UK the extra, who did not understand the I guarantee all watcher ami every arIlittNKi.uv Ititii., Junction City, conConticle of Jewelry I sell to 1h just aa tinue to almost give away good. There order having been given them. A. It." Penny. ennever was anything like it before in that siderable damage was dono to thu gines of both trains and a number of section. Auction every Saturday from SOMEWHAT PERSONAL completely. SENSATIONAL ACTS IN 10 a. i. to 10 i it. KING: It it to thu interest box cars were demolished ASSOCIATION, Fimxk Itoiris salcHiuan forS. ,1'ow- - of everylM)dy to attend. C. M. Pnu.i.irs, the editor To be held on Tliurtday and Friday, era k Co. ex3IAKCELLI BROTHERS DERIOUS, In viuitliiK hur paMiti. V. J. Tin: Kstill county Noun, publislietl at of the Lebanon Standard and Times editorial hausts himself in a The Protean Athletes, of the Acrobats Irvine, made its debut on the 12th and rent at Mt. Vernon. in calling us to task for saying t lint Near Miss.Ik.nmi: Kino, of Danville, is vis- is now lH'foreus. It is a "column weekly In their varied repsrtoirt of U led a.hieve. In Leap for Life. the man whoso brutally murdered iting Mrs. Col. T. P. Hill. and J. J. Wciscu is its editor. It is non- KV. In llreckenridge county, STANFORD, Mr. Miller, Da. W It. McCi.riti:, of Junction City, jsm'tlcal and claims as it mission the should be hung by a mob. From thu Prof. W. L,. Wedm-sday- . was in town development of the mountain counties. West, lone of the article one would conclude Tl.c Hero tf the Niagara OFFICERS; Mit. CiiAiti Lyns was reported Somkk-e- t A.Ci mplishcd rantomimit, has just organized a Cleve- that Phillips, who is a kind of a ill with llux yesterday. In unprecedented ilii;)! Wire Exploit and Mar- lawyer, was employed to defend land and Thurman club with 'A) mem-IktIntroducing their srccml fcitiirc, the 'Clcwi's clous Kore Wn'kinz. MooitK, of Crab Orchard, was in II. l'ltLSIDENr-FORhST- l'S KF.IU. Chritma Uox." The democrats of Pulaski are mak- Pulliam, or expected to gain a few shekyesterday on his bicycle. town I'irit Vice l'retidcnt J. Walker (livens. ing a desiK-ratfight to lessen the re- els by his talking. Mum. V. M. llont.n, "of Clarksvillei W. Ut, lloyh-- ; J. W. WallBoapublican majority in that county and Don- -' Tonn.,Is visiting .Mrs. YV. II. .Miller. Ax election of officers and directors of er. Garrard; Joel Kmlry, Madl.cn; AboCetcman, SiRHorina will is Mattering. urinx-leiiockcame; Miss A.vxi: Siinkn is vi"iting her the prospect that they Co., to .Mercer; James .tiarct, Whipp. Casey.n. n. tho CumWrlaml Valley fulfill ; John W. I'eerless I!cl:le Rider and Phenomlaat Roltcr friend, Miss Nancy Itagland, at Winwas held at the 1 he Sylph of the Flying Rinjs. A wiiksti.ixu match between Jcso Bi'rve tho ensuing year, l)irtclor-- S. Slaters. II. llaughman, 1. M. Uruce, Char chester. Anion and Jim House, both amateurs, First National Dank Wednesday morn- ley Crow.S. M. Ouent, J. K. Lynn, J. K. Farris Oivens, S. A. Mindleton J. V. Auou.v is I tack from a week's took place in the suburbs of Stanford ing. Judge Vincent Homing was re- Levi Hubble, O. M. 1'. llriglit'. has been for Wednesday ami caused alsout as much elected President; Dr. It. H. Whit more, Robert McAlister, K. Woods, U. I. Prof. Charles W. Austin's Low Comedy School of Dogs, stay at Pinevllle, where he Geo, II. Mi Kinney, Secretary; J. S. Owsley a recreation. and J. S. Jr., AstUtant Secretary. of Hoston, excitement a the usual prize fight. Joe Dancing Don Laughing Dogs, Crying Dos, Singing Dogs, Leaning Dogsl Prof. Austin challenger, Dit. C. Fowi.kh, wlro has had quite a Portman and Kolert Fenzel wero the Hocker, the former Secretary and Treas- , James H. Haughmin, Treasurer. the world to produce an equal to his leaping dog "Ilenedict, or his clown deg, "Brandy." 1). Ncwland, Chief Marshal. T. Thu nine directors attack of llux, was rojortod much referees, who decided in favor of Ani- urer, was better yesterday. elected were ns follows: J. S. Hocker, on. Day Date, Mils. J. W. (iKNTItY, of Hcdiilin, Mo., It. Hoyd. George McAlister, W.G. Welch, Tim: Casey county republicans will Vincent Horeing, James W. Fox, John LIST OF PREMIUMS, Admission co cents. Children 25 cents. Doors open at 2 znd 7 p. m. who hits i viiting Mrs. Col. T. W. have a big ratification at Liberty Satur- W. Fox, Hon. J. H. McCreary and W. FIRST DAY, THURSDAY. Miller, returned homo yestenlay. Horses for lljrnc.i I'urpo.c.: Mas. Dm. S. it. IIikkiui and children day, when a Harrison ami Morton tlag P. Walton. . $10 oo year o d I llvst Stallion under and Miss Mattio Crow, are sending a will le "floated to the breeze" on a jsole In the last issue of the HluuGrass Hers Rest Stallion or fielding i year & under , to oo 100 feet high. A iiiiuiIkt of sjH'eches couple of weeks at Dripping Spring". ald, a paier published here, under the 3 Rest Stallion or Gelding a anJ under 3... 1000 Mas. U. H. Waddle and Mrs. J. W. will be made by leading republicans and head of under 1000 "a card" apiwarcd the following, 4 Rent Stallion 3 years old and over 4 rails are looking forward to a "gay 10 00 Hail, of Somerset, have Ihhti visiting the j ReM Stallion 4 jcarsoldand which was kindly given to us by a genold time." 6 Hirst I'ancy Saddle Mare or Gelding 15 00 Mrs. VkmHo Hale and other relatives. tleman interested in thu piece: "We are 7 Walking Stallion, Marc or Oelding .. to 00 .Mix It. II, Co.v.n, of lirodhcad, and HorH's fur Saddle I'urpotes: Or a Crab Orchard correspondent not in thu habit of hunting up gambling .Mr. Will Hutchison, of this place, left semis us ijuito a lengthy document in Style, Form and Action coniidered; dens. If a man gambles all night and 10 00 this week for Monett, Mo., to visit rela- answer to Mr. 1. W. Jones, who had a stews his brain and stomach into blood 8 licit Marc 3 years and under J 10 co 9 Hot Mare j years ane under 4 tives. card in last issue, but as we have given clou it's nono of our business, so long as 10 Host Mare 4 years and over 10 00 fwrsssssssv G3fc5l5iWBBffxS3l8$SiSt S. Uniikiiwooi), of Charleston, Itoth parties a round apiece, we feel that Mil. J. 10 00 he stays on his own premises. It II. st Roclaway Marc or (iclding W. Va., is visiting his friend, Mr. T. J. wo have done our duty; ami too, our However, 10 03 when we are attending n(4 Saddle griding, 4 yean old and over Spe i.il premium by T. Cole Oulley, with Foster, and is also looking out readers prefer something of a more to our own business, to our own work, I DJ cr, Dater & Co , Covington, MsssssstsssssssssssssssssssssssssKVnewsy nature than the further carrying and after having arrived on the train at 'thoroughbred Horses: lielle, on of this argument would be. Miss Annik Dunn, a la 00 a latu hour at night, it's not at all pleas- ta Rent Stallion Colt under year is v.'iting her relatives here and for tliu 10 co ant to huvo thu wagging of foul, filthy 13 Hot htallion Colt ) ear and under QriTi: a iiiiuiIkt of the most stylish 2 ) ear ami over 1000 present is the guest of MU-o- h Mattie and 14 Rot Stallion tongues of thoso who havo risked an to 00 year s ladies here have followed in Mrs. 15 Hist Mate Colt under liettie Paxton. leaving their 16 Rest Marc Colt year nnd under 1 of themselves by 10 00 footsteps .iml discarded the alomi Ma. It. W. HocKr.it, who has been doors and windows open." Col. W. O. 17 Hot Mare a years and over 1000 here on a visit to his wife and other rela- liable bustle. Lei moie of them follow Welch, who has an ollico in the tamu Trotting: too 00 Trot, best a In 3 mile heats tives, returned yestenlay to his homo nt suite ami when bustles aro done away building, was shown the piece, and be- 18 $75 to fir't and $; to second. witli commence war on Mother Kansas City. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture lieving the reference was mad to him- 19 Class, Lot 3 ill 5 mile heats 130 00 Many a pretty figure is hidden Mas. Pun, Souks, who has beeim endand;Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods self, as he had on one occasion with throe tootofir;t; $30 to second; :o to third. things and why the laing a few days with her parents, Mr. ami by the Five to till and jtu start in each ot above, friends played several games of euchre, can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conreturned to Louis- dies persist in doing this is a wonder to met Mrs. Hutr Dudderar, audio percent, entry fee; entries to Mcltob-ett- s thu editor of that paper in vinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. close on the 15 day of July, mankind. ville Wednesday. Ftagg's drug store Wednesday and as Hot Combined Maris or Gc'ding 13 00 Mksnus. ItoiiKitr Kinnaiiiii and J. Wk desire to call the attention of Mar- asked him if it was to him hu referred to 21 Rest pair cf Horses or Marn., regardless Wesley West, of Ijincaster, passed shal Carpenter to the fact that a pesti as keeping a gambling den. To this Mr. ot color, sex or ownership 10 00 e through yesterday on their way to lent piece of swine of the feminine gen- Hansford, who edits that papor, Kiid a Revt Stallion and 3 to 5 of his Colts under 00 year IS for a couplo of weeks sojourn in der Is proving to be the source of conthat he most assuredlv did not and on I l'est Marc and Cult either sex 10 00 the mountains. of the being asked by Col. Welch to sign a 34 siderable trouble to the citizens Dash, free for all jo 00 of I'wisbing, western portion of Stanford. Mas. Jam km Mii.i.kii, Entrance fee a 50; 3 to till; 3 to start. From the statement to that effect, consented, tint JO on who was Miss Annie Holmes, passed up way sho opens gates and doors she a few seconds later started out without 35 llekt Roadster Gilding yesterday to visit her mother, Mrs. Sue might 1h) the foroiunnor of Main's cir- doing as ho had promised. At this Col. DAY FRIDAY. SKCOND Holmes, at Crab Orchard. cus, which will soon he here. Jack Stock: 'Welch became enraged and struck him I ?Ml-ill. IAsiiC3asKtassslXsL Ji'iniK Hoiikkt Horn, Judge Vincent 10 00 llekt head with his walking cane. 26 Rest Jack Colt under year tho II. & O. KviMiuss. Mr. J. 11. Owens, over 10 00 37 Jack under a jears lloreing and Mr. J. W. Fox, all of the Hansford in attempting to escape the 13 00 Cumlerland Valley IjiihI Company, at- Traveling Auditor4of the It. it O. F.xprcss beating, which promised to bo a jevero 38 Rest Jack 3 years and over 10 00 39 llekt Jennet under year Co., was hero Wednesday and elJeetod meeting here Tuesday. tended its to 00 one, ran down thu steps into thu cellar 30 Rest Jennet under 2 jears Mas. W. A. Johnston and daughter, a trade with Mr. A. T. Nunnelley, who of , and over the drug store and got behind somu 31 Rest Jennetandyears his sucking Mule Colts 1000 10 00 3 of Miss Fannie, of Paris, and Miss I.ucy will be agent for that company hero and 32 Rest Jack lwxes, at the samu timu grabbing someMules: flBBSssvsVBSssssssssssBsssssSBViKSrFivsvLSssssssflsflS3vllSFvmssssssssssssssssi Talbott, of Sharpsburg, spent a few days who will run n line from this place to thing which looked like an iron bar. year , to 00 33 Het Horse Mule under ;KfRlffKBisBsSsMis4gsll Mr. and Mrs. tieorgo II. Hrtieo Ui!h Danville. It will be carried on his 'bus, Following with 10 00 him down tho steps and see- 34 Hest Hotm: Mule year nnd under 2 which leaves hero at I) a. m., and returns 10 00 week. llote Mule 3 Jinrs ing him with tho bar, or whatever it 33 Het Mnre Mule under and over , year 10 00 Tiik editor of this paper, who has suf- at i'. .m. It will boa cheaper way as was, in his hand, Mr. Welch, to scare 36 IWt year mid tinder 2 10 00 37 Hot Mare Mute fered so intensely witli a carbuncle on well as a safer one than risking tho Ad10 00 Jiim a little and as hu says to, get a 38 Hevt Mare Mute 2 years old nnd over Ills foot, has followed the directions of ams Kxpress Co., which so often fails to chanco 1000 to "kick him," fired' his pistol, 39 Rest Mare and Mule Colt with tho It. & O. at Ids physician and is now at Hock Castle make connection Horses for Saddle Purposes: once into the ground and a second time Hest Stallion or Gelding a and under 3.... to 00 Springs. Tlio dellciency of news in this Junction City. considerably abovu thu editor's head. 40 Hot Stallion or Gelding 3 and under 4.... 10 00 41 ihsiia is thus accounted for. Tin: irrepressible small boy is jubilant This had thu desired ell'ect and Mr. 42 Rest Stallion 4 vcars nnd over 10 00 Coi.. and Mas. K. Polk Johnson pass13 00 just now. That most enjoyable of all Hansford quickly loosened tho bar, but 43 Het Saddle Stallion any age ed down to Ixmisville Wednesday, from things a circus will soon be here. It the colonel thinking hu had dono him 44 4 years and under,Trotting:in 3, mile heats 100 00 2 best Pineville, where they have been for sev- is indeed a happy sight to seo the rag- damage enough, left him. Mr. Hans$73 to first and $35 to second. eral weeks in senrch of health for Mr. ged urchin's facu brighten as ho looks at ford at tltis point expressed a willingness 45 2:35 class on the track. 3 best in 3, mile , heats Johnson, who, we are glad to say, was the flaming show bills and on his lingers to sign whatever tho colonel wished him, 150 00 $100 to first. $30 to second; f 20 to third. greatly improved by his stay there. Mr. Welch, who counts thu days that will come ami go which was refused by Harness Stock, continued: Mb. W. E. Vausos arrived from Wash- beforo that day of all days arrives. A said hu wished to hear no more of it. 46 Host Marc Colt under t year 10 00 ington Wednesday, in answer to a tele- couplo of young America wereseen look- Mr. Hansford had thu misfoitunu to loos- 47 Hot Mare Colt year and 2 10 00 gram stating that his wife was very ill. ing wistfully at and tinder 1000 the gorgeous display of en tho flesh on ono of his forefingers, 48 Rest Mare 2 years and under 3 , years 1000 It was at tlrst thought that sho had ty printers' ink the other day when ono which was torn fearfully, and several 49 Rest Marc 3 years and over 4 10 00 50 Rest Mare 4 phoid fever, but wo aro glad to state that was heard to remark: "I wisli I and bruises on his head and other 31 Hest Fancy Mare or Gelding, shown in could knots harness 10 00 it is only a inilU form of malarial lever. go to thu show, but pa is a deacon in the portions of his body, while Col. Welch Sweepstalc: Fon the tenth time Mr. J. A. Carpen- llaptist church and he says I oughtn't souvenir of tho 32 Hest Harness Stallion any age to has nothing left him as a 13 00 ter paid his subscription to this paper, go to seu such things." To this young unpleasant occasion. Mr. Hnnsford had 33 Hest Harness Mare any age 13 00 Tuesday. During tills period ho lias America, No. '2, said: "My father is 1, The Exhibition will commence at 9 o'clock a. a warrants ipsued charging Mr. Welch with never lot his papor run over a day, but Presbyterian and ho says ho 1b going and breach of tho peace and carrying con- m., by which time all entries must be made with he Secretary. has always paid either Iwforo or on the takomowith him." Whether tho dif- cealed weapons. Ho was taken before of its expiration. Mr. Carpenter is ference lies with day tho men or with their Judge Cilrson, who held him over till GATE FEES: a man after our own heart. rcspectivo religions thu reader may de- yesterday iu $ 100 bond, which ho easily Footman jo cents 30 cents Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchtermine; as for ourselves wo can seo no gave. At tho trial yesterday afternoon I lor jo and Kidcr. LOCAL LORE 30 cents Carson and a jury of six ho Vehicle and Driver harm in letting tho boys enjoy them- before Judgo maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness Persons to years old and under 13 35 cents New Potatoes at S. S. Myers'. selves whilo they are young nnd espec- was lined $10 nnd costs. Tho ca6o for Persons under 10 years of age, free. and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye GlassMto suit th weapons was disAdmit all vehicles free of charge who carry pasYoun account is duoand ready. Pleasn ially when tho amusement is aa inno- carrying concealed eye. sengers to the ring at sj ccuts each. missed. cent as that of attending a circus. call and settle. A. It. Penny. II Ik. olIU-v- . K.C.NVAI.TON, HUH. ManQROr n,t for "Gee (Jkt a nooil (lhjnur nt ZIiiiiiut'h restau- - will sell our untiru Mock, of milUoatuikiis Wasted. A nico front cQht for ciisll for the nexttlilrty room and good board will bo furnished ' 2 a small family. ilayH. C'otirtH & Cox. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. AVi: linery nt 1 WM. MAIN & CO.'S CONSOLIDATED G0MBINAT1ON SHOWS! j- nnd-Frldny- . li'in-onat- lt' H n rj-- ehar-d."1- 1 1 STUATED ,11 I I m 11 l'lUf-oN- H p. Booth. Privileges t m s, Wednesday, July K2TOW1T as the OLD HBLIABI,E SHOW. THURSDAY, JULY t. -- STANFORD, 26TH i V: ivpre-tinte- d. Lincoln Co. Stock Fair THE BA1VN3ER SHOW OF THE DAY. THE JliSS PATTIE I d s half-colum- n August 2 and 3. 1888, Pul-lliii- u, j ... j Htri-oul- y Burtscli mid Davidson one-hors- e 1 s. v y, nctti, Carlotti French Family clielle, - Vice-Preside- e Don't forget the and Thursday, July 26th Ik-ci- I WW FURNITURE STORE ! MA'OK MrFFMAIo FTOF. lh-- forablue-gnf'Sfari- n. - "rS5wJ;3Vk'-- - I 1 Cleve-land- I 1 Hub-bard- s. Pine-vill- 1 GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. Half-mil- 1 Bi 1 - 4 1 I 1 1 1 WAIcX PAPER and FTJR1TITTJKB. complete:stock always on hand. B. K. WEAKENS PLEASE OBSERVE 1 M'ROBERTSSTAGG A 21TUIL1L ASl)MTM(IMT' WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. , .. . !3, Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Democratic) Convention. A iniuss convention of the democracy .of Lincoln county is hcruby willed to in Stanford at jnect nt tho court-hous- o 2 p. m., Saturday, July --'8, 188S, to delecatt'S to tho district convention to be neld at Danville on WedneH-dnAuk. 8. 1888, to nominato n democratic candidate for Representative in nt y, J. B. l'AXTOSs', Secretary, the ncxtCongress. Tiios. D. NEW-LAN- Chairmnn. CRAB ORCHARD. Tho circus will be here next Tuesday; the 24th. Miss Mary Gonuley began teaching tho public fechool last Monday. Rev. Green Leo Sitrbcr will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning. A good many from hero went out to Dripping Springs Sunday afternoon to preaching. The foundation for Mr. J. W. James' now house on depot and Stanford streets is about completed. After a week's illness Mr. John Foley died at tho homo of his father, on the tho 12th, of paralysis. Ho ;as buried at the old grave-yarMisses Lillio Figg, of Danville, and Bettio McFall, of Versailles, are visiting tho Misses Stuart. Mr. Joe Crooks, of Louisville, is spending this week with his mother. Miss Sallie Alcorn, of is in tho country w ith Mrs. Emma Livingston. Mrs. Maggie and Miss Annie Stephenson, of Emporia, Kansas, and Mr. John Livingston and his 6ister, Miss Emma, of Orlando, Florida, are the guests of Mrs. Stephen Pennington. Mr. S. W. Cotton, of spent Sunday here. Miss Bettio Iliggins, of Greenwood, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo. II. King. Mrs. Stark Fish is here with her husband. Mr. Felix Myers, Sr., who formeily lived here is b.ick on n visit. Mrs. Curtis Cover, Miss Alice Ward and Mr. B. G. have returned from a visit to Tur- jiersvillc. They took in the picnic d. IIus-tonville, Hib-bo- n Mid-dlebur- g, Go-v- er Miss Sabra Hays, of Stanford, spent several days with tho Misses Doores. while away. Crah Orchard, July 4, VS8. At a called meeting of Crab Orchard Lodge, No. 10S, I. O. 0. F., IJ. II. Bionaugh in the chair, tho following resolutions were adopted: "Whkkkas It has pleased Almighty 3od to remove from our midst our honored and beloved brother, W. M. Gar-nctt, That the lodge room be s draped in mourning and that the wear tiie usual badge for the space Hkulve niciii-Jjer- lt of 30 days. 2. That hi the deatli of Bro. Gamett this lodge has lost a worthy and useful s, anembcr, the church one of its main tho community one of its most useful and enterprising citizens. 3. That the foregoiug resolutions be spread upon tho minutes of the Lodge pu-Jar- books and published in tho Interior Journal and a copy be furnished the family of the deceased. John Kdmwo.v, 11. J. F. Homiam, "J Committee. H. BitoNAfon, J William Main & Co.'s Shows. . I- - ' The national amusement of the American people is emphatically the :ircus. Xo other seems to draw them forth fiom shop, store and farm as this docs. Among tho many diilorcnt shows which claim public attention, none occupies a more popular place than that of "Win. Main & Co.'s, which will exhibit at Stanford, Thursday, 20th. Win. Main & Co. lias a good show; one well worthy of patronage and one that gives full value for the time and money expended in attending it. In ull its vaiious depart- hein to cook, ns it does to sttvttcii lher,"r,MH,c"UI,l sutinir ii1.il. s UA,M n in 'I he Farm contains I3 Acres, situateu on the ments it is fully up to the times and ter the fi nit it cooked. ,ri t on Springfield and Perrysille pike, 5 miles from the former and 8 miles from Lebanon Surrounded filled with rare novelties. It is a show by irood neighbors, aihools and churches TUESDAY, AUG., 7, 1888, adapted to all the favorite grain and grassci Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. organized to please and satisfy the peoof the Pence in KentiKks lias cood house, barn nil The best sal vein the world lor cuts, bruins, for the pitrpo.u f "lm t m Ju ple. Wheiever it appears crowd tnsein-i)I- o to h s c.uwed by ill ull f i'i sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- thee failure ai M, V Oue.is in.1 the !.. riitnvrsulle outbuildiiiK uf Plenty of astini; water and in a of hih state cultisation lor further particulars, within its canvas walls and when ped HiuJs, cliillililni, corns'.and nil skin erup- District to qualify, the remos u 01 , address F..S POWI'.LL, llustonsille, Kr of the c unity, aynesbur,; in the bM net comes all depart satisfied tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay re- the remmal lof E C Disiriit.lr thethoHighland I'luUner. if quired. It is guirantced to iv perfect satisfac iith tho enteittiininent. District and John Audetsjii.of trie Walnut Mat v d tirt-cla- s I .S 11 45-t- Pump Adjusters, am never without tvliox of thco pills." the postoflice and is better than ever prepared to Well Drillers ITtlurth. Ail.ma. Taiin m1 ...I Ithink I should have been dead but accommodate the public with fine pulures from and Woodson Hodge left Thursday on a Peter Christenson, Sherwood, Wis. STAMOKII, KV photograph to life inc. Satisfaction guaranteed. lor your Genuine M. A. Sim. "Ayer's Pills have been in uso in my trip through Clay and Owsley counties. rnona Liver Xl.tirln is.... family upwards of twenty years HWtfr aometimet had to substitute Mr. Mai tin, of Christianburg, Vn., is havo completely verified nl thatand . rl 7lttn"k laffl . I is - . Wells drilled to orJ.T and I'uinss furnUsW at OR SALE. factory prices visiting his brother, W. II. Martin. claimed for them. In attacks of piles, lir,l clnt, but it don't answer tho J from they fjs"aa I purposa." "Smiling" Dave Jackson and lady were affordwhich I suffered many years, other DeMrahlehoine on D.invi le pike near town, t0-u- l greater relief than any Ir.J. H. Orarn, Editor Tk now occupied b) Mr Motfett, pod house gnoj C W, MKTCALr I V IIA KJftiit, Memphis, Tenn. medicine I over tried." T. F. Adams, down from East Bei iistadt Sunday. Jos. t orchird and .rood watir and n aires of a package of your Liver Holly Springs, Toxos. MWS rNXIK!UXX land McKee, of Florida, has accepted n posidicine. and have used hall of It. METOALF cs HAYS, " I havo used Ajer's Pills for a numi smnfunl, Ky 4S It works like a charm, t want no tion with W. H. Jackson & Co. The ber of years, and havo never found anybetter Liver Regulator and cr ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. taiuly do moie orZcllin'i rcutura. Wrenn boys, from the Masonic W. it 0. thing equal to them for giving mo an npetlto and imparting energy and llARIIOURVlLUand I'INKVIl.l.K, K Home, Louisville, are at home on a visit. strength to tho system. I always keep Alargeciowd of young folks attended them in tho house." R. D. Jackson, Will practice in anv cutl in Kastern Kentut ly ITotioo-Str- ay Wilmington, Del. Ktaminations cr land lilies maile apeialty An an ice cream supper at Pittsburg Wedsire traits f limber, ros' and mineral lands I't " Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cured mo a ) sale, lifjtnuti jii iinii'i J mt and t r nesday night. Hugh Allen is woikiug of sovero resp nJence stlittle t. tit tf 17 Mountain Sheep esvrs and svethers, came to as operator here now, much to the pleasmy farm near .Shelby Cit, June Ji, iSftl Hie 1Tf owner can get thiin u p.ijlm. tMslura;c and f r ure of some of our prettiest girls. They fifi T V f this mltcrtiscincnl Three bl.sk ours in the lot from which I was long n Riifferer." say Hugh is too sweet for anything. I S TI'.VIS, ?ii Emma Keycs, Ilubbardston, Mass. lly II M Julius 44 Girls, never marrv a dude or vcu "Whenever I am troubled with rnn. Jjp 'viut ntiiniriCiit.a.r will one day repent. A dude ami his stlp.dion, or suffer from loss of appetite, jv.o. : iiuiuii. .. .. "lyoui. :t :.!..!..!. sunny ism; uiiih'ui ijiuiu uu .1 iiiiiuniii tKl Jr.. Kockhio iikiiv Vn. iiiu Klier. House. GARRARD COLLEGE! express, and while at the depot the fol-- 1 A "Ayer's Pills aro In general demand among our cmtotiiers. Our sales of LANCASTER, KY lowing conversation took place: She I Lei. tlicm exceed those of all other pills com"Now John, dear, pull oil' your coat and bined. Wo have never known them Hoarding Depsrn.icnt i'iclusin'1) for Kiii' LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI wrap up the baby, the precious little fail to give t'litiru natUfuctlon." Hoys trained for loading Colleges and L intern Wright & Uanuelly, San Diego, Texas. ie. darling is freezing to deatli in this night Dn'y, Sfmres t 1 rarel.rs. Well selected course of studs J Mule (taking the kid caressingly) Morals and manners carefully instilltd air. .1 Twelse tried teacheis, abundant testiraons-r-oALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS THE MOST RAPID ROUTE "Oo isn't cold, is oo darling; no oo infuiinaiion apply to J II sKlN.MIt, PRBrAUED BY lncastrr, Ky 41 t ser aliempscd bet.een the creal commtrua. isn't bit coltl." She "Hurry up now uties on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hen. e and don't detain us anv longer, we must Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt. the fastest time and most toinforisklc trains be Sold by all Dealers In Medlclno. 11. B. GEOGHEGAN'S, teen all points the South, or to Ike West an i go to the hotel. I am almost famished, STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE Northwest. I he counterpart of this tram oa a that car was so warm. Come now, John, trunk lines i deiiontiaaied The I. milled Ls.pr.si SICCLS-- , iR To AN FORI!. KV SI ha sutrb rndin; stotk we caiplay gives pstres pull oi yourco.it and wrap baby up." Unlimited Comfort OO'At all Dude Oflirts in the S,uth M'MICHAEL, (affectionate v) "Now, wily, THE HATTER, you will findCoupon Ticket and our tunc tallies tickets, Sa) deary, really we c.iwn't go up town with THE GEKTS' J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. non, get Minors and stick In Muoon, if v..u .U ant 0U4TH AVENUE, FURNISHER, to save money and have a pleasant jnurner our coat oil", it would just look too utterL O. MsCOKMICK. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. 513 4th St., Louisville. ly too too oo isn't cold, is oo, pawpa's I'asienfer Agent, Kihtecnth jrar brains on City .;""r' lu.ct Agents and Olfnets Chicane baby?" She snatched the kid from the Rs' LouisTille, Ky. The fashions of the diy in the Cents' Furnish, JA 3, '88 A discount of 10 per rent, wi.l bo ;nrO ou all I. M.ToHiKkCB, . "; 4" Av Cincinnati, Ohio me si, dude saying she knew lie never did care will aiiy be (uiid in my store. am orders sent for Hals witli a copy of tlts abuse ad one bit for it and wouldn't care to see it aent lor the iJuiip-iSicnn Laundry, the i.'iyr Carefully selected corps of teachers Thorough sertisement, mntHtiiiiv l'spr die. It was just one week after the 4th best l.aundrj n the world. (,ood discipline Ural methods instruction of July and tho only wraps the kid had bend fur circular 44 on besides its clothing was one lap robe, KentuclcyCentr-a- , KIUKSVI1M.K a blanket, a double shawl and a woolen To the Farmers of We3t Lincoln, scarf and yet that inhuman, cruel heartMy firm of 9jl a.re on the Sttnford & Casey 'and Elsewhere. "JIIl'K OIIAHS UOfTK. I'il.e,(S miles from Surf rd and in one ed dude would not pull otl'his seersucker mile of McCormacksChjr.h Will sell j.ublii.1) THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE coat to help keep that child from freezTUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. Haunt; been authorized by Mr C C YanArs Ir n ing to death. dale, K KIRKSMI.IE CENTRAL KENTUCKY The farm Is ssoll water! and under K'"J fence agent proprietor of lliisionville Roller Mills, as his for the purchase of heat in this seclmn of and lias tin It a splendid orch ird There is a good I call with confidence on my old and Annie Owen- -, .1 !year-olj;irl at Ches- house with four rooms and the oiitbuildiniis are country,of the farmiint public to set- me beforetried 1.1 l'.ints friends At the same time and nlitro will rll Racing their crops elsewhere, llaviiir been en Will hold thnr ann nl Fair at tueir ircands In ter, r.i juinped the lope '202 times at a lot of cuttle and mutes JAM! OOVKIt, tho trade about twenty )'ars, I am familiar with miles from HS13I& Kirksvibe on Stinf ird, Ky. thebusiness one trial. In few hours after she wa fit warranted, therefore, in the declaration that I w II be able to facilitate the seizitl witii convuNioiH and died in transfer of sour cruns to the advantage of all con JULY 27 AND 28, 1888. ta J II C.RLHN L'reat agony tho next tlav. ELECTION jN'OTICE. cerned, PAST LINE BETWEEN Liberal premiums and i;od mauajemenl base made this one of the foremost Stok Fairs of the LEXINGTON The voters the 'lurnnrssille Walnut Flit CluMiii-t- s & CINCINNATI. that it take more tlian Highland and ofW.isnosbur .Magisterial Districts Siiy State For catalogues and articulars address, twice ns niuch su.ir to sweeten pre- lire hereby notified that M an order uf the Lin- A No. 1 Co. sciinifLr. iNHTFcr ma. jo, i'f coln Conntv Court writ uf election issued by J II WAI.KkK, Secrs.tar). serves, sauce, &c, if put in when tliov the clerk of said c and in bursuanco therein. I will urt Sale. Ns. .. N No 4 ,in'1 Kitksville, K & It would bo vcryidinicult for an honest republican to show in what way Mr. Tho amount of lumber and taubark 1888 shipped from this point this season will Cleveland is a weaker eondldato in than in 1884, except in the disappointexceed any previous year. ment in his reform course and apparentM.T. Craft has moved to tho Craft ly the votes he may lose for that cause building lately occupied by Prof. are greatly onset by those that he will Mr. Craft will continue the pracgain by tho general satisfaction with Ids tice of law. conduct and by the disappearance of tho Machinists from Cincinnati have findistrust of a democratic administration. ished putting down tho machinery for Co. planing mill and the A. Blouclic Genius Siiovmi iik Km'och oki. started to running Monday. Playwright "What do you think of my Considerable sickness prevails here last play?" and throughout tho county with some Critic "Umer it shouldn't have deaths reported. Some one's angels been your last." have been chasing your correspondent Playwright "You mean that around for a few weeks, but they failed Critic "Yes, yes, the one before it to get him. however, and he is all right thould have been the last." Washingagain. ton Critic. Should the inhabitants of London sec a man flying through the air in a market basket suspended from a wire they need not bo alarmed; it is not "Gabriel coming," but Laurel's genius, John W. Mullius, who is at work on a Princo and Peasant, tho Mllllonalro and Laborer, by common uso o( machine for rapid transit through the Day remedy, attesttheir world-wldthis tho air. Should ho meet with the success of Ayer's Pills. Leading phyhe did in his magazine gun and other sicians recommend theso pills for Stomach and Ltvor Troubles, Costive-ncsinventions lie will be around soon. - Miss Lou Cheiseman, of Wellsville, also, Blllousnoss, and Sick Ilomlacho ; for Rheumatism, Jaundice, and Ohio, is isiting her father, l'rof. A. Neuralgia. Thoy are ; conCheisenian. Miss Ella Tinsley, of tain no calomel ; arc- prompt, but mild, In operation ; and, therefore, tho very is visiting friends here. Sid best medlcluo for Family Use, as well as Lovelace is home from the Cincinnati for Travelers and Tourists. School of Pharmacy. Will Xeal and W. "I havo derived great relief from R. Ramsey are viewing tho western Ayer's Pills. Five- years ago I was taken so ill with scenery and weie at Salt Lake City when heard from last. C. C. Jackson, of Sherman, Texas, is visiting relatives that I ttm nnnblo to do any work. I here. James Cook, of Mt. Vernon, is took thrco boxes of Ayer's Pills and was entirely cured, Blnco that tlmo I 11. here on business. W. A. Parslej, LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Clag-get- t. FOE SAIil. House and 35 Acres aUnid Two miles South nt Stanford on Neat's Creek. Address tnc at Carlisle, Ky W.CRAIO. TIIE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST XjOITID .. &c CO. HOTEL IN THE CITY. McKINNKY, KY. RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDI'or DrtiK. Medicines, the famous Sjrup 01 Figs if ct your prescriptions prumpti) and cor anil to ING TO ROOMS; rectly hllcd at till Hour, and to gel your Staple tirocerirs. ' line llirar. toilet Articles. . &c . gn tn .. . . . l.ntiltt Uo . .MCMntuy lit J A UI.I.IA.Mh will nttend tn our drug department ; also attend to TURKISH V RUSSIAN PATHS IN HoiTI. the wants of the sick, night or das, in town or i country. ... XT THE FLORENCE 4KlH0 POWDER Absolutely Pure. 'lhu powder never varies. A marvel cl purity strength and whlesomeness More economical than the ordinary IcinJi, anil cannot be sohl in with the multitude of low test, short competition weight alum or phosphste poisder Sold only in cans. Roval Rs.kl.Ni. Powikk Co., led Wall Street, New York. S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VKKXOX, IvV. Office next door to Whitehead's WASHING MACHINE I hae bought the tirfht to sell the tlorcnie Washinit Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to sase their clothes from the rubbins and learini; incident to the old process ef washing, lake one and try it and l convinceJ. I'll not worry j on about busing unless ou are ful ly satisfied as to its merits. 1 he undersigned have purchased the I'lortnte Washing machine and aftCr a thorouRh trial, ste take pleasure in addinj our testimony to its ssorth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success In es ery particular, doing all that Is claimed for it Wm Daiigherly, J W, Wallace, Dr. Ilourne, Mrs.S I' Sailer. A. C. Sine, 1111 l'erVlns, l.e.i. Dudderar, J. I I ynn, L. I. Dawson, C Vano, Mrs Amanda Peak, (Seuriie I'eylon, Ales llolir claw, C C Albert Camden(him Rallies, R K. II. m w, A M. i'eland and many others Rich and Poor, o rop-ntall- Speciilatlenliongitcn ;;-t- f- Drug Store. todisetses of clilldieu NEW 1IUTCIIEK SH OP. I havo opened a liulclirr shop it Kow nud in the Krrrill htnre Ikmi.o nnd am ptrpared tn furnish tho public illi ull kinds nt niuts, fish and uys- tors in tlicir mhii As hetetufore I i I cnntin ue runnin my ssaiioii delivering meat to my cus torn rrs in Stanford snd Uuuity rt-- ( M KI.KIX i.- s, Ileadiuaiters it S, S M.K. hi KIN. M)er' store. sugar-coate- d - irrj-lYliryYL. sell 10,000 bushel, of Wheat Samples of heat will he ready for inflection nl I I tm A Agent (or PrMi.lwil ICE, ICE, ICKt I buyers on and after July 14th at Kcd House, in M.uliKin county. Harscy Culili will deliscr to regular customers In Stanford and viciniiy cscry morning THAT FIGHT ft. A. Simmons 6t Rheumatism EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, UtVNVIIjIjIC, icy. Has moved to hit elegant new building opposite Accounts must at the close of each month or when customer uutlo K K ttVKKOW to C. A. BENEDICT & CO., At Ohc Cent Per Pound ! be paid Llrcr Medicine, Kst" J '?, thf. V' 8- - C"'t 0fEA1 lI.Zellln.J'rop'rA.Q.&linmonsLlT- J. Heiulator, Ksfd by Zeilln nas ror 47 sean j. i,. CUr,d INDIOKITION. IllLtOtSNSlfl. Tho Original Wlnt. C. P. Simmons. Louis, 1'rop'r .. J. UXtTirtlXjslr IlssanAriiar r n.i. Ar,rT,Z'l.8?t'" Stomach Ktc. llt. T ll. Ittami, Pastor M. H. i. FOR RENT ..- d exceTh-n- Slioep. I Headache, 11 ...... .... mviuju - wiw,r?' 1- NEW FAST MAIL . Ayer's Pills, I ssBhIssBsSs saHssS r d ! 111 I WOOD WALLACE, ne 1 niondny, September it-- ) I i FOR SALE. Till: R. R. STOCK FAIR I I iUS$, WSI anq nf-l- af Farm For Washington ji South itaund I Jsun a m I Daili Ik 111 .. Chesapeake & Ohio! PULLMAN CARS ASO SOLID TRAINS- - I ln'le-ton- Mkiikly a Sixoxn Have.-)Harrison 1 is another Hayes. Like Hayes, lie is of 13 Consumption Incurable ? old WIiir nnccBtry and antecedents; like Read the following' Mr. C II. Morris, N'ew. Hayes, lie has n modest record of militaark, Ark , siys: "Was dowrn with Abscess of ry service; like Hayes ho has cut a hrief the Ltinys, and friends and! physicians pronouncnnd inconsiderable flguro in tho politics ed me me an incurable consumptive. IIej,'.in Dr King' New Discovery for Consumption, of ill's State, like Hayes, ho brushes Ids third buttle and able to 01 erseu the linir well back from a lii'li and buliring am now ou work on tin farm It Is the finest medicine etr forelicad, wears full beard, dresses usu- made' Jes.e MIJJLnvart, Decatur, Ohio, sa)s. ally in black or in sombre shades and "Had it not beet for Dr Kind's New Discovery present nlto'ther tli.it appearance and for Consumption I w 'uld base died of Lun llavor of respectable mediocrity which Troubles W.u irivcn ' up by doctors Am now S imple bottles free :it best of health in is n typical product of Western reptibli-canisi- A the I'ennv's dru ' torc II lloston Globe. . SS. tak-inj; 111 n. tion or money refunded Price 35 cents per box. For sale by A R Penny, Sttnford, Ky Dittrkt, (ilse.i ul.der ins hand thi fri in tlnS.at t't'i Jay ' f July, 'It I'. D CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS td Sheriff ot Lincoln Co To "WnahlnRton, Richmond Old Point Comfort To EAST and 5 Arr Paris t Arr Lesuiiioii IJ , . . ...... 11 50 i . in j p tn j iiic ris Arr .iKhert.r.. u 35 P mil fj, p in o Arr Richmond . ' m p m 7 . Arr Lancaster. S 10 P. "i 5 00 p ni Arr Stanford, .7.'. l.se RiVIiinonU S I' ' . Arr llerea. 3 .0 n m rr l.esinjinw. . 5 45 p in1 111 S I.sc ( ovin jton l.se l'.lni i.uh.. Lie C) nthuiij 30 10 01 11 03 ll 40 I i a am H ij yi p tn 10 p ni m 10 50 p in m 1130 p in jp J 4 h 'Ippm No. 3, Sun i m P ra 30 p ru 10 p m 10 p tn o p m 05 p m 10 p ni ' V m .ni . Crab Orcliard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. a (J) WIEST Loulsvilo nnd Olnclinnati Connections.direct fjr all p tints in the NORTH-WEST North-Iloit- h. No S i 3. So, 1. I l.se llerea Arr Richmond, l.se l.se LisinK'ston .. io c .. 11 41 . 2 1 aP- a a LT, y3 o 0 n a v so well known and so TJiis. reined) is beco-nlpopular as to need no special mention All who job? base used Klectrlc Hitters slnir the s line son of John I dunno. praise A purer medicine di;s not ?cist nnd it is Henry Why don't you know? Ki irantecd to do all tint is claimed. Electric n John I'm settin' type on a new Hitter will cure all diseases of the Lis cr nnd Kid ueys, will remote Pimples, Rolls, Salt Rl.eutn and sheet. llurlinjiton Free I're-s- . s other affections caused by Impure blood. Will "Why wjll you cough when Shi oh's Cure will drise Malarli from the svstim nnd present us cure of give immediate relief t Price roc, joe and $1.00. well n cure all MalaritI I'evfM McRoberU&Stag;, Stanford, Ky., and Crow & He id iche, Constipation and Indiireition try Elec- Henry Well, John, havo you pot a Electric Bitters. 2 I s. a C a u lrsvr l'r -- tric Illt.ers Entire s ttisfactlon auranteed cr Co., McKinney, Ky. money refunded Price 50c and $1 p"r bottle Are you made micrah!e by Irfdisestiou, Coti-ipatton, D'ur.incs, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin! A It Penn's drujr store. iShiloh's Vitalner is a positive cure. McRoberts Co , McKinA-- Stagg, Stanford, Ky.,and Crew Its Delicacy of Flavor ney, Ky. And tho efficacy of its action havo renThe Rev Oeo. H Thayer, of Hour! on, lnd 0111 lives to dered tho famous California liquid fruit ays: "Doth myself and wife fciloh's Consumption Curi. McRoberts & Stigg, remedy, Syrup of Figs, immensely popu Stanford, Ky., and Crow .SrCn , MvKinney, Ky lar. It Cleanses and Tonos up the clogged Khiloli'a (iatanli Remedy, a posiiie curs for and foverish System, and dispels HeadCutikrr. Mouth. MeRob Catarrh, Dyphtheria and aches, Colds, and Fovers. w & Co. erti St Sfig'fi Stanford, K).( aiittCt Forsalo by A. R. I'enny, .Stanford. 3IcKinney Ky. ti 1 I S 0 " tn o 30 v sW oe I B p j? o O O O a Lancaster ... a 3 43 am Richmond... 11 00 a in 6 ;o j in Fine llrass and String Hand in Attendance from " I.. Lie Richmond.. July 1st to September 1st. Rates greatly reduced, 30 p 6,(j a in SOUTH-WES- T. Arr Winchester. I S P m 41 a m $i per day and Sioper week and upward. J Arr Paris IS in J V5 P "i THO.M AS N1JW.M AN, Manager; Le LcxiugtoiK 3 00 p in 7 35 a in. 3 00 p m "Ts'u. s. .No j. C. KINO, Resident Stipt.; JAS Lve Paris 3 40 p ml 8 jo a IN RSfKCTNOs 13 3 50 p m Daily I) II F.DMISTON, Clirk. j4 4 r5 p ml ooi a ml 4 30 p m Dili). V.x. Sun, Le C)nthiana l.se f.ilnH)iitli p mho oj a m c 5 p ra 51 14 m p mill 35 a in 6 50 p m 7 m p m 6 30 a m Arr Cosmiiton. Le Loinssille 10 35 p in 11 30 a m Arr (.esinjlnn. . THENKWsvnile auipnur nprins j 10 a m l)n the MavssiHe Ilranch, No. y leaves Paris a' " Charlottsville( MJunct 310pm II 40 p m 8 30, a m and No. 11, at 5 o, p in, arriving at " Richmond. 9 00 p m 3 jo p m Ma) sulk at 10 50, a in, and 740, p m. No to 10 3$ a m 6 33 p m leaves Miyssille at 6 00, a in, arriving at Pans at " Newport News 11 00 a m wm I'oint ,onuori 7 00 p m 8o,am No ij leases Masville at 105 and " Norfolk.. 1140 am 7 40 p m arrives at Paris at 3 7$, p in. These trams are " Washingtoi. 943pm 8 3 p m daily except Sunday No 3 leases Cosingtonat 830am. arrises at " Ihltimore ,11 s p m 11 3pm ASSOCIATION " I'hlladclphls 00 a m at 10 30 a m; Sunday only No 31 3 00 am " New York 0 io a m o! 0 a m leaves Falmouth at a 10 u 111. arrises .it t?nslnumn Will hold its regular annual enhibitio.i on Tuesday, at 6 30 p in; hunday only No. 15 leaves Lexing. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday, ton 7 i j p m, arrises Paris 7 53 p m No. 8 leaves Leln;ton Division Triins run by Central ti me 3 10 p 111, es ralmouth 7ao p m Main LineTrilns east of Huntington run by I'.ast No 7 leaves ralmoutharris3 at 30 a m, arrnc at (. ov cm time, which is one hour ftster than Central injton at 7 50 a m. 17, time. DAILV EXCr.ITSUNDAV ADDITIONAL 'I RAINS' No. 11, ds.ily NOIL. Irani Sunda, leave (Rue Hill 4 45 m; Mt Ster- Chester, Lexington3 and , are dally between Win. and Cincinnati; other other ling 7 00 am; arrive Lcxlnfton 833 a m; arrise at trains are daily cxiipt Sunday. RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY. Cincinnati h Winchester 11 Jja m. Direct connection is made nt Winchester with leave Cincmntti No ij, daily except Sunday, (4 Mt. Sterling, Ashland loop ni; I.exui'toii 3 35 p 1.1; arriva Mt Sterling Chesapeake Ohio f.r w Va' ' sf.,,i."S,""vJ-.,-ar,f.,aand Kastern cities 7 11 p m; Olive Hill 9 10 p ni vi; Winches, ?."ll ru rnrze ai 7 00 a in; ter. Solid trains $5,000. .o. s, uaiiy, lease Puraes and Premiums, ith Pullman Sleeping Cars, arrise Asnii Charleston 11 30 p 5 4) p CinniiiiMi and Richmond, Va., nnd Win. Colnmbus 11 it u n Trottiu: nnd Running No, 6, daily leave Ashland 7 10 a m: arrise at Chester and Washington, Through tickets and baggage checked to any Charleston 11 tl am; Clifton I'orje 7 i't p in destination reached by a railroad, Pullman Sleeping Cars on ill through trains address ans asent of the Co. Old Dominion Steamships le ivc NorlorV. on Mon-da- vVt f!,i"s,,'.'.r'1.vuU' S. I. ..MORSF, Tuesday, Wednesday, 'Ihursday and SaturI nseliPir Piss'g'r A- -t , Gen'l PtssVr At., ut 6 30 p m for New York. day Special Triins and low fare on all railroads Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. For Tickets, Rates, Information, etc., apply to ILK. II UN IINCI ION, licneral Manager. l:k:t office or address J. 11 CMKNAULT, President. II. W C. WICKIIAM. W. NOroN, Sec'y. QonOtncea. Covington, Kentucky. T.J. (len'i Pats. Agt Receiver WEST l.se AND Arr .Stanford .. Jo 1 no a 111 a 111 a ni a m J 111 3 m in 111 11 ';. 111 . Madison County Fair ' August, 14, 15, 16 & '88, 1 "' ",L? RACES BACH DAY.