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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888072401 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., TUESDAY, JULY 24, d888. NO. 47 GOING IN THE WHOLESALE -- BUSINESS tools. NO HUMBUG ! EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. I intend to leave the town about September 25th to embark iu the wholesale business in the West, and therefore offer my entire stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boot; Shoes, Furnishing Goods. Notions, Store Fixtures and Good Will for Salo. 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 CO IMPELLED 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 looked more promising and a rain ten days hence will make the corn supi'ii.r Mr. Craig l.ynn, tme of the cleverest to "that of IRS-- '. The complaint mm M. T. Craft U llttini: tip a up Mains on rorni-- of Miiiiuuul Sublimi- and most honorable men who eer lived heard from the fanner is "that they will iu this county, died at bis home near have to mill down their bants and build ty htrvi-tgreater,' to accommodate the gie.'it crop. A new family jjnxvry utoro lutx Itwii Halls tiup Friday niornini; at l o'clock, Hat rodshurg einooi-.i- t tin- Thump-soin after a week's illness of typhoid tlux, opviiisl by t'liris Jai'kMMi in J. II. Kotltil. this oilllltx, threshed bis "1st year. Proteasing icligiou when bv machine measure last week ii'.o btinli-el- s building. of wheat nil of I.', itcre of land, being by a mere boy, about "() years of Mr. Lynn's A protmrttM niiTtiiij:. rondurU-On ti fraction oxer 4 bushels per acre. i I life bad been spent in the ll.iptist church, 17 Mi'ik'iiiiH.n Itaptiht minister, acres he raised 1,1115 btisheN. an of w hieh he had always liecit a most de- ; Col. J. W. protftv- -s nt the .Methodixt ehiiroli. bushels ' "joint' of the Imivh vMted the Swim vout ami active member. As a neigh- - It tiest has shipped Ids line colony Sundny. They keep it on ice bor he was god and kind, always show- - Heron, to Saratoga in cbaigeof Campttcll iV llankius. engagements Ho has over there; tint the colony, but the ing himself to be the superb gentleman there tun! will ptobahlv start iu the 0 Ix'er. be was; as a husband he was infection- Futnritv stakes at'Conev Miuid tbi -.- Niiueof the folk attended ate and title; as a father he was a father fall. Win. line old for C. t. Pitman the yoiin liiver Mtniiuy. K. H. in the whole sense of the word and as a very tine gelding, ltobert Adair. 4 years chun b at ilayden, of SpriiiKlleld, Mo., in hen- on fiiend he was sinceie and obliging. Nev- - old; to Charles ltailev, Woodford county. I Unville Advocate. for5")0. husine.. Mr. Ilruxletoii and family, of er was he known to turua cold shoulder Knoxville, Tenn., arectoppiiiK at Mi. to any one, but iu bis frank and honest DRIPPING SPRINGS. Turns'. way be made scores of friends who will Wanted four or live mur.' hands for The deinoeraey of Ijinrul county aie not noon forget the kindnesses they had Dripping Springs, colored bovs preferred rto,ucMed to meet at the received at the hands of "lrncle Craig," and those that have bad experience in Saturday, Jttly'J.Mli, LM r. t., to eln-- as be was familiarly called. Straightfor-win- dining room and who know how to keejt 4lele(.iiteH to the Conisreotional Conveniu all of his dealings and living a their mouths shut wuilc doing their August Mb. life which was u model one, Mr. Lynn xvork. Meet me at Stanford depot on tion to be held at lanille, arrixal of noon train from Crab .1. I.. Y.xkkn, Cliinn. good had the pleasure of knowing that he had No shirks need apply. Abo Tins powder imrel ol purity When a man is calling on his ln'- -t not an eiiemv in the wotld. He leaves usher and ironor ami another assistant strength and never varies, Mire economical hleinitnc i vi xi i.iiti: i. D comthan the ordinary kinds and cinnot be sold in cook. jjirl and a roontcr in the back yard a wife and three childien. His sons, competition with the multitude if low te.t, hoM otd only in mences to crow with all liiMiiiglit weulit alum or pho.plnte pov ier Messrs. John (!. and James K. Lynn, are Syrup of Figs can ' K,aid6 llxkiNi. P iwiikk Co., 1:17 e. m., thcie in piin to Iki a, larye representative business men of this secall Street, New York own truo laxative. It i the lemoenilie victory ritit mmh, or that tion, and his only daughter, who married U Natures' mojt ciuily taken, and tlio most in rrowiiu: for a nalury one. loo-tMr. A. C. Tucker, who died at Mr. remedy knoxvn to Cleanse tbo System A paper in beiiiK circulated solicitI.viiu'm a few weeks ago, is known to be Bilious or Costive; to dispel ing by Hiibscriptiotts money to macadam- a most lovable Indy. she too is now when Colds, and Fevers; to Giro Habit-un- l coal slack, vety low with the same dteail disease ize, or rather to improc with Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Main trcet. The anioiint hiillicicnt to which so recently has lobbed her of husManufactured only by tlio California Fig lo the work ban, with the exception of a band, father aiifl child and her seven THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR Cal. will year old sou, who was the hist of Mrs. Syrup Company, San Francisco, pinall sum, been donated ami work YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. Stml It Potux tini'ir.l. For sale bv for Catalogue to J.T. PATTERSON.Pntsr. MNHI bepll. Tucker's family, died .Nttittday. Cntil County The these most betitt rending blows, so swift1.101: P IltrKir-MvxClub held a meeting Satuiday, .Inly '2, ly following each other, occurred, it wrs SURC.H ULN'ltsl. A omI crowd wan indeed a happy family and many a tear nt the Long-Standi- ng STSVfMMll, KtMOi.1, more names were enroll- has been shed in sympathy for the iu attendance, Office south ldc Mvi . twt)do"n a tv St. ed, a rousing speech wan delivered ones iu their sad bereavement. Blood Di8onsos are cured by by Hon. Joseph A. Craft and miioli Mr. Lynn leaves an estate of some LOUIS SOHLEGEL. the porsovoringr use of Ayer's was manifested. to jJ'.'O.(XX), after having supplied each Snrsnparilln. The present sherill'of this county is of his children with a home attheirmai-lingo- . This uiedicino Is an Alterative, and but his working bard for His funeral was preached by Itev. causes a radical chnngo iu tlio system. KM 'll.NK.VU Tlio process, In somo cases, may not bo will be in vain, if eery democrat It. It. Noel at the homestead, aturday ; but, with will do bis duty at next August election, morning, at 10 o'clock, and his remains (jtiiio so rapid as In otliors . Pi. tures in Phot nrph tn ill tvle in t persistence, tlio result la certain, New de. Indit Ink, Crijon til iter Clr l'.itriek Casey bus announced himself as were intoned in the family burying-grounhead these testimonials: ,pnce. ins in Km n x i M i it wr it democratic candidate ami will net all on the l.ynn place immediately "For two years 1 suffered from tt severe pain In my right side, and had the knights of labor votes. Tut will thereafter, iu the piosenco of a large other troubles caused by a torpid liver make a j;ood sheiill. I.et eveiybody number of friends. several and dyspepsia. After medicines a fair trial xvltliont a cure, I vote for him. lie is a democrat, any AND TRADE ITEMS. FARM began to take Ayer's Karsanarilla. I THE GEKTS' FURNISHER, way. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. DEATH'S DOINGS. lnxv ollict? r . X)K;TJa-C3-IS- 1. XK.3,0 T PEMKY, &c iiaiitjTC 1 JEWELBE;, sjHsV a. 1f 1 . - n DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Phytlciani precnj)tion arcuratelj compouniled. d Ui-v- . axor-erage- of I sex-en- $40,-00- I THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, -- CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. ! - Ker brought to thi market. Prices lower than the loweM. Watchei, Clocks and Jew elry Ite. paired on short notice and warranted. court-hous- e t d POWDER .V I XX Mountain Lands ! I hate 4 ioai.re, more or lets, nf Mountain, Coal and Timber Lalids that I will sell at a bargain I h.ueastore room to rent for a furniture and undertaking, hardware or tinner's establuhment Thetcare ifood for pidajs Kor further informa C XV M El CALK mation, write to Harbours ille.Ky 33 ivery, $eed and Sale Stable, On-hard- . Absolutely Pure. xx SiM39P7sUss9HPlVHsssMis!HiKs W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. atut BRICK YARD ! clK-ctiv- er Head-ache- s, LONDON, KY , I have opened a Ilrick Yard and now haic 18 000 brick ready for sale, or 1 will take contracts to GoM turnouts and saddle horses always for hire I keep my fresh meats now build them In wallt London is the iiDttconsen on reasonable term. in VanArsdale's ce'lar audcin furnish bhoat, lleef ient point on the railroad to reich places in the XX' K KA.M.KY and Mutton ut all timet in the mountain section of the state 10 Female (giiLjLgigi , LADIES I 1 & GENTLEMEN STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and well-knoHotel still maintains its high reputation, and us Proprietor is determin. ed that it shall be second to no country Hotel in the State in It Kare, Appointments, or Attention to his (Jiiettt. Ilagjaje conveyed t and from depot free of charge' Special accommodations to Commercial Traeleri. OK STANFORD. -- Anti-Chines- e keep a nice and neat little store on Lancaster street keep CNerxthlnjf'nice and neat and so it jou jrtt hunirry or drx, this is the pl.Ke to buy If don't beliexe' me, call and Kcspectfullv, tee J T HARRIS 1111 court-hous- e. LTTMBEH TTARDI I 51",-00- 0 i PHOTOGRAPHER, l- H George I) Wearen and I M llruce and will open a bid ard at the one purchased of Mr. Wearen llesides lumber in rou;h and dressed, I will carry a ltre line of window sathet, doors and shingles, laths potts and the picket fence formerly sold by .Mr. have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. ; II IIILTOS . R. DAMS. Wearen. i3-i- S (1 1IOCKKR Hrx,T03sr&OAirxs -- UEXLEX IH- d I XX To the Farmers of Lincoln and - I I Garrard Counties- - General Merchandise, ROWLAND. KY.. gix-in- g WOOD WALLACE, 513 4th St., Louisville. MT. . VERNOrROCKCASfLE COUNTY. A couple of sows ami pigs for sale. Iltti rods-bur- Tin' doctors of tlu'couiity have formed a medical association. Main A: Co.'hsIiow will exhibit heie a larj;e crowd already iu town. fiom Sunday night, in ivtuinin pleaching,. i ilillleultynitse between J no. Yroctor and John Tinker, iu which was fatally utabbed. The wounded man is alive at this xxiitint:, Monday morning, lie made a statement of the iiiliiir, which is about ns follows: 1'ioc tor was leturning from church with some young ladies; Pat Iter followed and desired the company of one of them, Miss Maggie Kcyuolds, to which she objected, saying whe didn't want that fool with her. Hot words passed between them; then Parker nhook his list in the young lady's nice. Proctor interferied and the waxed warmer, when blows were Proctor used bis pocket exchanged. b in Parker's' knife, cutting a deep breastand twoin bis bowels. Tliewound-eman will not likely live tluo' the day. Proctor surrendered and is under guaid. Proctor is the young man upon whose bead the doctors have twice performed tlio dillicult operation known iistiephin-ing- , removing each time a portion of the skull. Young Parker is the son of Pat Parker, who en mo here from Tennessee some vcurs since. to-da- II. K. P..iriow, Stanford. Mercer County Fair at 11-1- l'ai-k- Ky Tuesday, Atig. A. T. Nuiinelley sold to I). N. Prexx-i- tt of lambs at ? 1$ cents. a car-loa-d Wild West .'"how nt the Mercer County Fair each day. Don't fail to at7. wus greatly lKMielited by the llrst bottle, and after taking tixu lxittles I xxas com. John W, liensoii, 70 pletely cured." Lawrence st., Lowell, Mass. Last May a large carbiinelo broke out on my u rm". The usual remedies had no elTeet'aiul I xx'as confined to my bed for eight xxeeks. A friend Induced mo to try Less than tlireo A.xer's SursapariUti. bottles healed the sore. In all my expewith medicine, I never saw more rience The Stanford Roller Mills Company wants your whole wheat crop of SS3, and will pay in cash the highest market price for it Do not sell without rirttseemir Superintendent Pottt at the .Mill, or theundertljned f I KOSTKIt, Pres Stanford Roller Mills Co U Hate jut opened a new stock of Men's and Do' Clothing, Ifatv Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and I amity Groceries Also dealers in Coal Countr produce fkcn in exchange for goods at htjhe.t market price Come one, c me all, and learn t! e aisantajes in trade lo-it-a i Thcfuhiont of the ilix in the Oent' Fur-iam inglinc will alwas he found in my tore. , the ajent tor the Indianip't s.evn l.itii-dr- j licit Laundry in the u .rlJ h. 1 TAXES ! sun 30-- TAXES ! ic' Lebanon Planing Mill, sssssB HsssssssslL 1871. 1888. To The Voters of Lincoln County: The Tax It 3ok are now read f r and I ready to receurt the taxes" Kxeryboi') will pleate come forward and p.t) earlx tf T I) S FAX LAND, S I C er combined mine, a black or a bay preferred. Call at this ollice. oe the competitive lleef Cattle l'ingsat the Meicer County Fair, Aug. 1 itli. four days. $100 to ,l,u best hoid. jrood tend. W.xxtkh To buy a dilll-cult- y gn-- d Itunning and Trotting Knees each day at the Meicer County Fair. Don't 7. forget the date, Aug. I...vi xstku CoiitT. A small cioxvd and business generally dull. About ','5 scrub cattle on the market. Prices for A to $'2.Uthis class ranged front fexv horses ami unties xveie sold tit ordinary price. Monte Fox, of Itoyle, passed tluo of mules Stanford Friday with a on bis way to Monticollo, where he will retail theiit. Ho bought them iu this and llrxvle countv, nt juices ranging from $100 to Sliit). The wheat eiop of Mercer county stti passes the fondest expectation of the fanner, both in yield and quality. It is estimated that the wheat crop xvill be about ,"50,000 bushels, The, com never 14-J- O - car-loa-d ot this the strengthening of my Carrie Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. ' I had n dry scaly humor for years, and sutTercd terribly ; and, as my brother and sister were tdmilarly atliicted, I presume the malady Is hereditary. Last winter, Dr. Tyrou, (of Feruandliia, Flu.,) leconmieiided mo to take Ayer's Satsapiitilla, and continue It for a year. For tlve mouths I took It daily. I liax-not hail u blemish iion my body for tho T. K. Wiley, 14(J last three months." Chambers st., Now York City. Last fall and xvlnter I xvas troubled with a dull, heavy pain In my sldo. I did not notice it much at llrst, but It until It became gradually grew almost unbearable. During the latter part of this time, disorders of tho stomach and liver Increased my troubles'. I began taking Ayer's Sarsaparllhi, and, after faithfully continuing tho use of this medicine for some months, the pain disappeared mid 1 was completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush, Haverhill. Mass. Another marked effect of the use medicine xvas Wonderful Results. Mrs. FOR Mv farm SAX-E- . sight." f 97V, .urc- - "it the ManCul .. Mil. I djtivtllr l'lke.o miles from Minfxrd anil ill one nuU of McLormack t hiin.li Wil1 cll publicly MILLERSBURG , I the 1 ncn-a cnid and h is on It a mileitJid i third with fmir rooms .ml the outbuilding are houe At tin- ame time and tilirc uill ell first cla a lot nf cattlt-anmule. J.Mi:s lillVKK, 1 45-t- d TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. FEMALE farm well watered aiuf tinder Rivid fence Stanford, ' COLLEGE ! A Modern Progressive School ! A OKU"! 1", Propriety, - LhltANO.V, KY. K. o Where your ihuzhters will 'ie taught h w M become tine women, as well a. thoroughly instructed in ELEOTJ ON NOTICE. the oter"of the l'urnerMlle Walnut Kl.it, Highland ami XX'auie.burj MugUterial Districts arc hereby notified that t an order uf the Court mid writ f election ixued by will the clt'rk n'l said court in urutncv tlieret, a kherlff of said county upen .1 poll and hold uu election at the .inous otinj plicct in .aid dis. triclt o:i 1 LITERATURE, Addres- - SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. Doort, Sash, lllinds, r ramet, Casinc;, llase Mold ings Mantles, Ilrackets, Cornices, Stair., Newels, Shelving, llaliisters. Verandas, Store Kronts, Shingles, Laths, Counters, Kloort,ir, Siding, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Send for prices before buj ln elsew here. 3; RK.V. C. POPE. President, or MRS. S. C TRUKHKART, Lady Principal. Millersburg, Ky. K. S. VAKTIK O. NOTICE t TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rilECAUKD I1V Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mast, l'rlco $1 ; tlx bottlca, 5. Worth 5 a bottle. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill 'in the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to Prodiie xd, Kx' equal In ituhty of flour, we. think the aniens ot Albright .X: Martin beg to Inform their man; the county should have county pride enough to friends and customers of the change in firm name patroniie and sustain ttje tame. VX'e wish to 7, whom it may concern that we are in tho. market to buy your wheat and corn and will alI'or the purpinc of clettinga Justice of thi IVaco MARTIN & PERKINS, ways give the highest market price for same. We till ac.uii.ie c.iuttd by III eat.li of tiild districts i hate added some new machinery to our corn meat the l.nlnre of M. V Owen in (lie 'I unifrtille to the repuThe new firm hopes meal and can Dittrict to ijuallfy, the ren oal of Jnhu A. Single-- t tation of the old, but not only to sustain many Im- department cannot benow make by any to auit mill make equalled intends It other n, ol the Waynethunj Distnci.froin tin county, provements in the manufacture uf tobacco which in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and ol" the III;1iI.iihI ot li. C the removal We will meal department having grain in our line All District nnd Joint Aiuljif.jn, of the XX'alnut flat will be to the interest of ourto customers. our Natural Leal for tale will please cill at the Mill, where our desote special attention Ic hand thi. litli d ty of July, 83. brands of Kentucky's best for if. Thanking you agent will he found at alt times, who will give the l!Ien under m" a continuation 01 best prices for sime. llran ami thlpstuff Always for put favors and asking . T.I). NKWLAN1), Respectfully vours. ift.tpck your trade, we remain, W. N. POTTS. MARTIN PERKINS. Sheriff ol Lincoln Co. 351 If. td jjgk Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co M. fERKIM May, 1337. TUES1JAY, AUG., 1888, t, V MUhMUMfliH " is hardly a person hero : t 5 k- a i. H proach him, but they "do say he couldn't win so frequently if ho didn't "push" his ball instead of giving it a square hit. Mr. Stanford, Ky., July 24, 1888 Newman wears the honors of the best Sldistgfr,, Ceiling, quoit pitcher and seems ;is proud of them suddenly at uity. as Ilro. Noland is of his. It is wonderThe United Order of Honor is hope.Mr. Charles Phillips, fouryenrs ago Snsli, lessly involved and a receiver has been ful to see how young these ancient for II. F. Phillips, is in town W. P. WALTON. Doors, Ete. get under influence of the bracing appointed for it Mr. Phillips now basil good paving po T. Clark, (icneral Superintendent sition in a railroad olllce in Dallas, Tex. air niiu invigorating conditions that surJ. A. C. SINE, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. round them. Kven Ilro. Kwing llaydcn of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul A paity composed of John 1). Potts, is transformed into a lady's man and be- railroad, is dead. W. F. Vickery, Miss Fannie II. Vlckery, For President, Carl Brenner, the Louisville aitist, Miss Ida Btyant, Miss Alice Nave, of coming bo popular with them that the . i died Sunday afternoon, vie each stopped Here lor supper .SunGROVER CLEVELAND, pretty creatures effortwith entrap other for on Host Kentucky street.at his residence t his smiles. An him into to day evening on their way home from Of New York. R. V. Overman, manager of a music High Bridge. Mr. Potts was reared in matrimony failed, however, and he departs leaving many a sad store at Hristol, Tcnn., is missing. His Danville and was telegraph operator at For accounts are short 54,000. lo heart, himself still and the depot for several years. ALLEN G. THURMAN, telephono case The Cushnian-Bel- l tho moro's the pity. Mrs. Maria M. McGocnlwin, wife of In addition to the creature comforts, in the United States Court at Chicago J. K. Of Ohio. died Sunday evening we do not lack for spiritual consolation, Juts been decided in favor of Ikll. at (I o'clock. She had been in bad health Forjudged the Court of Appeal, Mrs. Doran, of Columbus, Iml,, is a for a year and live days ago was for in addition to Bros. Noland and GibJUDGE W. S. PRYOR, son, wo have Rev. Mr. ltrown, now of In- widow. She poured carbolic acid down with acuto gastritus of such attacked severity diana, but formerly of Georgetown, Ky., her husband's throat while he slept. that her illness was almost hopeless For Sheriff of Lincoln County, The Convoy towboat, on which sev- from the first. Mrs. McGoodwin was to administer it. Bra. Gibson is to hold We are overstocked and WILL sell them. During at a neighboring church. en lives were lost, left for Pittsburg Sun- the eldest daughter of Dr. J. M. Meyer, D. NEWLAND. forth THOS. Manager Campbell is assisted for the day night with a new supply pipe. of this county, present by his partner, Major J. S. At White Rock Station, Pa., Viola Mr. Sitwell Harris, of Louisville, the ROCK CASTLE SPRINGS. Hughes, and everything runs as smooth- and Victor Ramsey, twins, aged I) years, hotel register man, is in town. He is Rock Camlk July 21. For ly as if lubricated. They, their excel- fell into the Allegheny river and were the same gentleman whom Mr. John The Prices will be Reduced to within the reach of all. Our entire Mauley, the husband of "Mrs. Grace years 1 have liHtcncjl to songs of praise lent wives and Mrs. Murphy have shown drowned. . . II ll f stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and Sallie Dodson, colored, attempted .Maniey, ute iaciitauug mondo circuand perused eulogtunis from sucli pens me many favors which only a man with suicide Sunday by swallowing 10 needles. lating library person, represented to heavy weights, will as Soulo Smith's and those of leaser lights, "sore too" can fully appreciate. She did not gain her point, a prompt W. P. W. of the beauties and advantages of this faan Insane asylum. Manley made this emetic bringing them all up. representation in order to encroach titton vored plaee, but a "pressure of other ..NEWS CONDENSED. It is livlieved that the provision for Mr. Harris' customers among hotel men. matters" and a "lack of space" of time Yellow fever threatens to become the purchase of Green and Barren river As for "Mrs. Grace," although known to prevented me from seeing with my own improvements has been allowed to re- be a fraud, she bamboozled the Isiys so And in no event will any profit be added and'many lots will be sold eyes, like the (Jueen of Slieba did when epidemic at Tampa and Manatee, Flu. Williamsburg is to have a SIL'.oQO main in the River and Harbor bill. nicely that if she were to return she she journeyed from a far country to pay at HALT their actual value. This is a Genuine Cost Sale In Harlan county the County Judge could probably do it again. ber respects to old man Solomon, that Itaptist Institute and the contract has and in the Clothing Department only. has captured four barrels of whisky and the half had not been told. The natural been let. The total amount thus far subscrib- emptied them into the street, and an atskconl) annua!. kxiiiii1tion of advantages of the place are absolutely intui: comparable and cannot be fully appreci- ed for Hartt, the boycotted New York tempt has been made to assassinate him. No An Illinois lover shot his girl fatally shoemaker, is $0S.". ated until you have enjoyed them. The At Greensburg the L. & N. has been because she refused to accompany him boating, the rambles, the Biiencry, the Ten per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. accommodations, the excellent manage- - fined $900 for violating the Sunday law to a camp meeting. It is a pity such a ASSOCIATION, sensible girl should have been killed. ment, the water, the atmosphere, et cet- by distributing ties along the road. To be licit) on Thursday 4 ml Kriday, By the explosion of the steam pipe Zachariah Bush, a farmer living near era, combine to make it' a perfect Paradie dise of delight, while the guests in their Indianapolis, was swindled out of $I,o00 on the tug Conroy, while about 'Si miles 7 men efforts to add to the enjoyment of each by sharpers through a "confidence" up the river from Ixmisville, Near were killed instantly and several others STANFORD, - - - KY. other still further induce the belief that scheme. The Kdison phonograph has been seriously injured. one is already enjoying the raptures OrHUiKS- sold to Jesse II. I.ippincott, of New York A confidence man, giving the name promised in the "sweet Good Flour-Barre- ls Molasses-- , Sugar- rnKsiiir.Ni-FORi- sii s nr.in. not to an Knglish syndicate, as at llit of Henry Clark, and claiming to be a Unlike the resorts which pride themrun Vice rrindeni J Walker Uirn R. traveling salesman for the McCormick selves in the teiin fashionable, Rock Cas- reported. V. I.,f , ItoyW; J. W. Wl. Mrs. Tully, a beautiful brunette, of Reaper Works, at Chicago, was arrested cr (J.itiuril; Joel hmbry Madi.on; Abo Coleman, tle puts on no style; everybody gets acquainted at once with everybody; there Macon, Ga., was carried over Niagara at Newark, Ohio, for swindling. Mcrctr; Jmc Marct, Itnckcaitlc; It. II llnnl- ley, I'uUiU; Ji.lm W Whipp Cacis no exclusiveness and the whole happy Falls, the yacht in which she wassailing The wife of Henry Himer, I)ircclor-- S II lUuhman, M. ISriuc, citizen of Wilkesbarre, Pa confessed to family, as it were, mixes and mingles in having been up.et. M ()cii,J. K l.win, J. K. r'iri ICE CUKAM FREEZERS At Jefferson, la., Grace Knlleld, Myr-ti- e criminal relations with Henry Leim, tite general pleasures of the plaee. f.cri MuliUe. (2 M tlivcn., S. A ,Mln.llclll Chandler and Carrie Bartlet were To mast people the stage drive from and then took laudanum. She ICoI.ert McAIUur. I. I' WwmIs O 1. Drighl. Ceo. II. Mi Kinney, Seiretiry; J S. On.Hy London here is the great bugbear, but it drowned while bathing. Their ages will die, leaving three children. Two new counterfeit silver certifi- Jr , Axl.tant Secretary needn't be. In fact, to the lover of na- - ranged from 11 to 1." Jamc II ll.uiKliman, 'treasurer Jesse Gordon, one of the most ture it is one of the features, and by no cates have recently made their appearT I) Ntland, Chief Mrhal. an unpleasant one of the visit. inent men in Clark county, and clerk of ance in the Fast, the first being a A Sears fc IJro. have a line of the chancery court, died of heart tlisea.--e and the second a,onedollarcertifi-c.tteo- f LIST OF PREMIUMS, R. WALTON'S. d backs and they make their Friday, in his 00th year, Department Series, l.SNJ, Letter FIRST DAY, lilt' KSDAY. H said that Hon. John Heatty, I). teams step right along over, a1 Ilor.ct fur llnrne.. l'Htuo: road which for the most part runs over Wll recently died at Carrollton, was the The Mills bill has at last been passed $10 o llct Sullion unilt r t year o .1 ELEGANT GREEN TEA the top of a ridge overlooking the mag- -' I"Ht of the Whig electors in Ohio on the by a majority of 111. Thirteen is consida llett Stallion or Ccldinc jear & under , id o Hot Stallion ur (".elding i and under J. nificent Cumberland range, and is as Presidential ticket of 1840. ered an unlucky number, but that will T. R. WALTON'S. it good as the best pike. There are bad A" old farmer living near Sharon, not make any material difference with 4 lle.tMallion j )ear old and under 4 5 IUt Stallion 4 e.ir old anil mrr 10 cvt lost $1,000 rash in a lottery game this bill, which should have had a much ( llct I'ancy Saddle Miircur (leldin places and steep hills, of course, but Jo 1510 NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS hit Sears knows how to handle the rib- - w'"' two swindlers, who pretended that larger majority. 7 l!t Walling Stallion, Marc or Oeldlnr, .. 16 lliirv for Saddle l'urpo: H'cy wanted to purchase his farm, bons, as well as keep his passengers in In Kansas City, where it was Form Action conil.lctcd: T. R. WALTON'S. A terrific storm raged at Wheeling, good humor, and vou get over them so. that prohibition had dried up eve- 8 let Style, ? year and Under y. and it) o. Marc , nicely that you hardly realize it. I had W. Fiiday night. Houses and bridg-fo- r rything, L'.V) saloons have just been dis- 9 ic to llt Mare J yenro anc under 4 companions Messrs. Shacklcford Mil- - l'K wt'rt swept away and many lives were covered. Thev are masked as barber- 10 lleiMart4 ) cart and otcr n iw & Wax harness-shops- , llct Kockaway Mare or OcMlnc... ......... 1014 launriver lerandK. W. Kriemer, of Louisville, 'ost- three feet in .'0 shops, A cYtHM and titer i Saddle griding, An indignation and they kept things so lively we minutes. dries and groceries. T. R WALTON'S, Special (.rcmiuin by T. CU Oulley, with Mrs. Johnson, of Hopkinsville, has meeting will be called. wens here and being inspected by the upcr, Daicr .'i Co., C.nriiiyt.Ht. crowd, which always gathers on the ar- - illi't fifth husband, the groom I Iuiruglilrc4 HornMelville W. Fuller has been con FOR SALE ...... suddenly at noon of the day la rival of the stage, even before Mr. Miller, firmed to be Chief Justice, lhe vote i) llett stallion Uutt Honor ), i Hot Slnllion Cult ytntrund under . ..... llfty ie A rt f I and, m,.Nl) was going to see his sweetheart, had lowing the wedding ceremony. Mr. was 41 to -- 0. Thespeaking on the ra-- c itf lea 14 llett Sullion a jeniaad oer tm.il house n 11, itulrs ( rah On hard I'lie grown impatient. Johnson was stricken with apoplexy. was by Senators Kdmunds, Kvarts anil J Iltt Main Colt under year oa H WALK IN Teim.,t.y A liurrow-guag- e There tiro about 100 of as pleasant jieo-engineer scratched Stewart, anil bv Senators Farwell and 10 llc.t Mare Colt year and under j ...... mn pie here as one would wish to meet. 'UK l,u" to signify that a "scab" was Culloin in defense of Mr. Fuller. The 17 Iktt Mare a year, and vr FOR '1'rirttn. They tiro principally from Louisville and nbout. The 'Burlington engineer, to democrats did not speak. 11 rot, ben 1 in j .tic liuat. ...! ' whom the insult was offered, died at the If uhove it n..t t t.l Cincinnati, thotighSt. Loui, Atlanta and ttill mil the hou.e al a A Logansport small boy fell into a i;j to tint and J5 to tecotid. riiswHiablc rl(iir T It IV l TON. points even more remote are represent- - wratcher, but missed him, and was soon cistern. Three women, who were trying it) CU, bett.llu 5 mile hent iyu i $100 10 flr.t; jo to twond ; o t third. ed. From Iuisvillu are Mr. W. 1. New- -' i,ftl'r urreMed. youngster, dropped to rescue the Kin-1till ami jln start each ol ahuve, Gen. Thomas L. Young, who was through the platform and alighted on man and family, which include his prct-- ! mid to inrc-ntentry feej entries to 'l''ted Lieutenant Governor of Ohio top of him. Did this kill the small lwy? ty daughter, Miss Bessie, and niece, Miss, clo.e on the J5 day of July, Ethel Rennick, Misses Mary Wilman, with R. 15. Hayes in l.S7o, and who Iluy d Lot Ahfjiol When the coroner and under- 70 HeM Continued Man. or (le'dlng... ij on I T. R. and Annie Ainslie, Floye McGon-- wards became governor of tho State, and taker arrived be was all alive and nearly Jl IleM p.ur cf llore or Marc, ti;ar.lk n iki ol color, c or oMiicrthip 1'der a Representative in Congress, drv. igale, Mary O'Sullivan, "Jim" I.nltur, ji llett Stallion anil 3 to j of hit Colli under Katie and Sallie Humphrey, Florence M'1''1 ' Cincinnati Friday. of Hon. Tho. II. The residence year 15 00 The people living in hamlets in the Honks, at Ltwrenccburg, was destroyed ij llc.t Marc and Colt cither tex Toomey, Katie Stopler, Mrs. Hewitt, 10 no Oatli, free for all 4 Mrs. Ainslie, Mr. and Mrs. Toomey, II. northern part of Newfoundland, who de-- by fire Friday. It was the finest resi30 00 ! KntraiiLC fee $150; 5 to fill; 3 to tun. 1)L'"(1 "P0" fishing for a living, are elegantly fur Reise and family, K. W. C. Humdence in the county and . n on ij llett Iloadtter (jt'ldliiB and family and scores of others; ported actually starving and light each nished. Insurance only So.OOO. This is bKCONI) year. Miss Addie Aldrich and a dozen more, other like famished beasts for the small Col. Honk's fourth fire within Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Oarts and Spring Wagons, Jack Stock: Cincinnati; Rev. S. Noland and wife, amount of food obtainable. In fifteen years he has lost $(50,000 in si Ileal Jack Colt under )fr 10 cxi J. Allen, who was hanged at Monti- - this way. It was the work of an Nicholasville; Mrs. J. S. Raine and her the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over - UcM Jack under a year 10 00 'lIo, N. Y., Fiiday, left the world in an two lovely daughters, Misses Annie and 38 llett Jack year and over 13 00 The long drawn out contest between Dora, of Atlanta. Mrs. Raine was a.Miss' exceedingly good humor. Placing the licit Jennet midtri year in 00 10 00 noose around his neck himself, he said tho L. it N. railroad and A. J. Asher ,lo licit Jennet under a jean.- Hutchison, of Lincoln county, andisstill) a , and over 1000 a very handsome woman, although sons the sheriff: "Let her go, Gallagher," over the right of way over a strip of jl licit Jennetand car liii tucking Mule llett Jack Colts 3 of 00 Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better land about a hundred yards long, in 3 and daughters have grown up to man-- 1 n'"l the Sheriff "let her go." Mule: sight of Pineville, owned by Asher, was Hr. Whiting received 2o lashes in hood and womanhood by her side. Bro. Hot llor.e Mule under year, 10 00 grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the ' co John Bell Gibson is also here and is the the Central prison of Ontario and is to brought to a close Saturday by tho pay- 31 llett one Mule icar and under a 10 00 trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. 35 licit llorie Mule ajenr and over "courtingest" man in thelot. MissMin-- j receive '.") more. In addition to this he ment to Asher of 1,000, the amount of 35 llett Mare Mule under year 10 00 nio Elliott, Kirksville's charming repre- - is to be imprisoned two years. He was the award made to him by tho jury in 37 licit Mure Mule year and under a 10 00 You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. sentAtive; Mrs. C. D. Thompson, Misses convicted of criminally assaulting his the Common Pleas Court last week. 38 llett Marc Mule a yean old and over in 00 10 00 The stage running between San Luis 39 licit Mare and Mule Colt Grubbs and Riker and Lafon Hiker, Har-- 1 niece. The doctor howled lustily while Horse for Saddle Purpose.: . rodsburg, and many others "too nuiner-- 1 the brutal official plied tho terrible cat. Obispo, Cal., and Templeton was robbed Gelding a licit Stallion under 10 while crossing the 40 llett Stallion or Cclding 3 and under 3.... 10 no ous to mention" make up our very hap-- 1 It turns out that the Garfield and by a masked man MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. or 41 and 00 4... py family. Dr. J. F. Barbour, of Louis-- j Arthur administration bought foreign mountains. The robber ordered the 4 Ileal Stallion yearn and over 10 oil ville, is resident physician, but his occu- - blankets for tho army. The reason why driver to stop and immediately covered 4J licit Saddle Stallion any aje ij to lotting: pation's gone, so healthy doos every one the present Secretary of War has bought him with a revolver. He then compellTGT M HJEHrYllDYr 1.1 I 44 )cars and under, a hot in 3, mile liealit 100 00 II II A ll IA. II fl foreign blankets is, that he was required ed the passengers, six in number, and become. $73 to fir.t and $25 to ecorul. J.. JLU,JIJ 9 It lias been too cold this week forbath- - by law to award the contract to the low the driver to alight from the stage. The 45 J"35 cl.i on the track, 3 hot ill 3, mile .'. neat jo 00 robing and yesterday tho time usually devo-- , est bidder. Besides the American blun passengers were placed in a row and $100 to fir.t. $o to iccoml; $30 to third. ted to it was given a floating conceit. 'kets were pint cotton. bed of $."i00. About 51,000 was also takHarriets Stock, continued; Kxpress box. 46 licit Mare Colt under year The musicians, led by Mr. Campbell with When the President signs the River en from a 10 00 10 00 that fine cornet presented by an mi- - and Harbor lull, which it is believed ho Jay Gould and John Mackay have t7 llett Mare Colt ear and a m 00 For 48 llest Mure a ycurt and under 3 ill do, the government will have pos-i- i made, ti trade involving $11,000,00. known friend last winter, were seated on , 10 00 49 llett Mure 3 yeiMMid under 4 Is Receiving His barge, whilo the guests in skiffs and session of all the chief s small matter of ,000,000 split 50 licit Mure years mtd over of a while a 1000 other craft rowed In front, alongside and1 Kentucky. Tho Kentucky appropriu-behinthem, but they brushed that aside with 51 llett fancy Mare or (Jcldinif, "thottn In harncti 0 oo forming a water sceno as lovely tions are: Green ami Barren Sf.Ti.OOO; less diplomacy than two horse jockeys StvcuptUkc: as it was animated and cheerful. Then KentuckySfSO.OOO; Licking fci.000; Trade-wat- would employ when obstructed by a 3a llckt llarncM Stallion any age 1300 Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, 6ivo him a Trial as the sweet strains of music floated over 5(1,000; Ohio Falls Sl'oO.OOO. 15 00 matter of two barrels of corn boot in a 53 licit Ilarneii Mare any age 1. The F.xhil.iti'iii will commence at 9 o'clock a the river anil echoed and Tho Louisville drowning of three horse swap. All wealth is tho product in ,hy which time all entries mutt he made tilth around the dill's and ledges, every heart ' men in a drunken party of seven was of labor. The enormous sum paid by he Secretary was inspired with its beauty and for the bad enough; but a dispatch comes from Gould to M.ickav represents the sweat GATE I'KKS: having been of men toiling in the Held, tho shop and Footman noncii forgot all else than tho cxhilc ra- Canada tolling of 14 30 cents tion of the moment. It alone was worth dashed to death upon tho ro.;ks at .Mat- the mine and the transaction only serves Mortti and Klder jn cent A IlOinO hCllOOl for tllO lllicllpr PtlllPntlnii nf rmmif ii'An..... coming thither to enjoy. tuwan river whilo in a boat that had to point out that something is out of Vehicle and Driver., mu.m.5 cents ........ ... . u . it 'inrii. Art. Muslo nml Literary I)c. . .. .1, . u .t. ,.., "i.i I'crsous 10 j earn old and linder 13 ' ...J5 ccnti. Bro'. Noland continues, as lie has for been shoved oil' by drunken men. Tho whack in our governmental policy whon one s mi'wv;!.:-'?'?- '" ? IVrtoni under lo e.irn of hup, fre. n Mission f ion Kei.ti.iiihrrtni7iMiin. V. C. T. U. will havoto employ it marine monopoly (ills one lfmn's coffers at the nearly a score of years, to be the cham' Admit nil vehicle free nf charge ttho carry "in (iiuniu HM "!L 1 fcenil for catalogue to ABsoclatc Principals, to the rmn at af cents eucli. pion croquet player of this place. There repoitor. B:&!rAf1KN,l expense of thousands of others. Cornwalt-on-the-lludso- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal that can ap- Mrs. Cleveland celebrated her LMtli DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. birthday Saturday at Oak View, W. P. Scott, superintendent for Win. Fisher, a hotel-keepat Cyn- - I). Mr. S. Hinmaii, will begin on Thursday thiaua, was found dead in his bed. the loof audother tinwork for tho addi Kev. !'. P. Hoe, tho novelist, died tion to McCiillom's hotel, at Junction' book-keeper h STENFOm FLEMING MILL Flooring, CO. Finishing Lumber, Superintendent. gen-.tlem- Mouldings, ltrackcls, Scroll Work, Frames, Illimls, Veranda Work, ... fHTr nmTf7fWr heart-who- fancy-- free, CMrir;Qow9 CLOTMINGo JULY AND AUGUST AT AGTUAL MARKED GOST 1 ft BE SOLD Lincoln Co. Stock Fair Goods Charged; Cash in Every Instance. BHTTCX August 2 and 3, 1888, -- MoROBERTS, Stanford. and ." and Clean for Sale Cheap. T. Walton. well-to-d- o - 1 hotel-k- eeper, T. R. WAlSrOIT'S. I ' prom-mea- live-doll- ar ' Extracts for lee Cream T. easy-ridin- three-seatewell-ke- j .1 A t ', sup-loe- d I V-- ' ''o pool-rooms- 11 Fruit Jars Sealing I . ' 't ly'' l'r I fol-w- 1 rr. .... - 1 11, 4 ..11 sr. 1 1 1 I RENT! jyt-ar-ol- I . j 1 111 . after-Mau- Want to a Small of Ilav. Walton. 1 '" - Ilalf-tnil- BUGGIES, -' CARRIAGES j I)AY-KKH)- AV. incen-dinr- 1 v. 71 111 3.1 I 11 I I 1 1 GEO. WEAREBT, WAN'G'R, 4 I 1 j i. avxu v,,j J3JU wsr , il 1 Wells-Farg- o I MERCHANT TAILOR AND SUMMER m 1 i water-way- 1 d, J SPRING er GOODS. pen-on- s -, Madison Female Institute, 1 c;;;.fud..i'; sr , vl,.,.v:roT'"", f ,"v,'"'o.,w RICHMOND, KYa is tr i. . fi v. :. arjirx&t - - . iOEMI-VVEEK- Orm 12. M'SH Ll INTERIOR JOURNAL C. WALTON, 13US. ManORUf Kv., . SrANFOliD, !, .JULY 24, 0I 1888 I A " !' f fc ,U.. Scott Tarhis will give a fair and pic Tin: First National Hank was closed nic at Spring Hill Park, Crab Orchard, Saturday, on account of tho death of Mr. next Saturday, when SlOO "In premiums ,.,,.. , . 1 JUAH,!.' iVU rt.iVJi Craig Lynn, who was a director in it. will he awarded r.m! a good time is promised. nrWhtn no! o pM $2.60 will Le charKLd.'kM pK'clate DoARDKim Wantkd. A nice front I'an Si.Aciiiri:tt, of Dripping Springs, room and gtsxl hoard will.be furnished .. Mr. It. C. Waiirkn has received from is a genius in many ways. lie is ahlo in a small family. Mrs. Kate Ouddenir. Mr. M. C. Alford, Chairman of the Demprayer, graceful in the dance, handy A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OP LINCOLN COUNTY. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. with the pistol (when occasion requires,) Foil Kn.vr. Two suites of rooms in ocratic State Central Committee, a letter ...,u ji im Mail train noing Norlh.. the Karris A 1'ainsoy building, opposite stating that tin: democrats will hold an .. i 31pm can wiite a good newspaper article and South., ..iiS?p m preach a nrcttv fair sermon, Sotill Livtfu train " Hesidcs the 1'ortmau House for runt. Apply to other business meeting at the (hilt Norlh ...Ail tn House, in Louisville, and urging Local Vtt Ighl Norlh f J " all this, lie "knows how to keep n hotel." W. F. Itmnsey. souin. him to be in attendance. He had not "lie"' Jessamine Journal. 'I he latter Irani alu carry tuu.enceri. Mrs. W. M. Hiiioiit will teach nschool decided at the hour we went to press Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the hous3 formerly occupied by .Solar 1 he above ii calculated on itnd"d lime of small boys and girls, commencing wheth-- i or mot he would go as he had LOCAL LORE. i lime It about to minute fatter, Bakery, Restaurant and Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Olas- s . about September 1st. Shu will state lat- - iw'na hiiriw t Xeh California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand every- S. S. Myers'. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. K. er on where sho will have her school" Tiiom' of iis who witnessed the eclipse thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Oakcsand the Best of 'I raiD leatp Rowland at 5 35 a m and 7 10 a m Voun account is duo and ready. I'lease room. v in and return at 6 m und of th moon Sunday night enjoyed a Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try will und settle. A. H. 1'enny. (tKoiuiK I'ock, of the L. & N. wrecking treat which docs not often in a their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come crew, hud u couple of his toes broken iiiciime. roriunnieiy it was clear ami I)Ki.icioi:sicoerentn and ice colli lemSatisfaction guaranteed. MEANS IU8INE88. ..... ...d.. ... .1...- IIW t'lUM'll IIMIIIIl'Jll, .i... ..:. ...1 while clearing up tho wreck on the 'IW1II.II n onade at Zimmci's. SCHILLING ft ZIMMER, KeSpeCUUllV, Iim.,111 Valley lSrauch, of which a men- 10:10. tin. tM.rfririii.im! Tim Waiciiks mill jewelry repaired and K, IVmiy. Wholesale and Retail. wannntcd. A. It has been just 'J I years since Jim tion was mado in our lust issue. eurth's shadow slowly enveloped the orb Catoii oil, lard oil and machine oil Ihidgowntcr, the noted desperado, was and in an hour its light was mir.1y . . of all kinds nt McHoberts it Stag's. Mrs. J. M. Mt'KoiiKirrs, Jn., kindly shut out, leaving a killed. . , coppi r colored hall reuiemhers us with u liberal sample of Tub best place to buy drug", patent at A. H. Tiik Olympics, of Ixjuisvllle, will play tomutoes grown by herself. They are hanging in the, heavens. It wassuhlimo and toilet iirticlcH I'ennyV tho I:ntkimok Journal base ball club at thu finest wo huve seen, three of them and awe inspiiiug and one could hut Hcv your school lnxiks, Ink, tablets. the public school grounds Wednesday from the same vine weighing three relied on the wonders of nature and the perfection of tho science that so many pencils mid school supplies of all next, (Jame called at !):'H'. Admission IV, pounds. j kinds from A. It. Penny. years ago foresaw and fori told what ladies free. I guarantee all watches and every ar-Or in Orchard is rapidly tilling up would ocuron that July night, tide of Jewelry I sell to hu just as ' Q 5s?v A f) I'kiimins having express packages for with guests and thu prospect is that this A. It. IVuny. ' Wi:tlesire to cull the attention of the e.i the M. & O. Kxptess will please leave splendid resoit will soon have the crowd Mmm U M demoi'ntts of Kockcastle county to the j them at my ollice or hang out the paste SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. its excellent management deserves. The mistake we think thev make in not acboard signs I have furnished them. A. faro is excelled by no hotel in Kentucky TnojnsMincAi.r is in Somerset on T. Nunnelley, Agent. cepting as ineiiilters to their Clevelaml or elsewhere. business. and Thurinan club boys under -- years is visiting relaAugust Owi.no to the fact that the Mm. Kati: DiDiititAR Tiik young Italics of Iehunon give a of age. We believe in fuithering the election ami the county court conflict, leap year party tives nt Morcland. The "Jenkins democratic tr.iie in any and all hononi-hi- e Miss HtrrTii: Lkaii, of Harrard, is visit- tho count v com t will transact no busi- - iwlitur" fii.il ciiviimlntluir oimtlpmnn llln ways, and we know of no better way ness on court .lay, but will be in session W(,ro ri.mpllH.IW, with ivIuitlonM from than to tiain them to walk in the light ing Misst-- Molliu und Alice Miss M.rrn: ItotinTKit, is visiting the following day Tuesday. Misses Mary and Lunette Severance, path while they aie young. Some of the . Miss Kva lluchauau at CmJ most enthusiastic and mot active memA1.1. old accounts not paid by August wlio recent Iv visited Stanford. Mit-M.miv Akoiin has returned from bers of our club here are hoys 18 and -- 0 . . . 1st will be placed in the hands of an olii- H,1(.nittkini; llIM .. a. l.i. 1.. ... Su!t ... frl.itl.lu flf .lllf.rtu't years old and while they cannot vote Six months is as long ril,..lirin , 0 , .. ... t cer for eollectiiin. ',, nilli fnr l in themselves they can inul will do great .Ml. J. O. IVI.MUlll N, I m I ran wait for my money and Will keep constant'y on hind a larje and sel33t line ol Furniture nfUjr Min K. found at mv home, viiting her daughter, Mrs. Jas. W. Al- - as good for the country rt the polls in Novlo Hu. A. T. .Nunnel-- ) B,(j, C()1 to (. Welch's residence, ember. ' andUndertaker's Goods. Ky prices will b as low as such goods corn. 'Liy where I will be L'lad to wait on mv ohl Mil. and Mie. Haiirv Ilitow.v, of New can be bought in the cities. Give me a tr;a and you will be con"clilJRCH"AFFATRS." York, ure visiting Mr. S. L. Powers and!' Jcnv Kner, a young colored woman, eiiMomers and as many newonesas may vinced that I sell lo Aar than t'm lowsst. - Theie is a movement on foot 10 g t who lived in Mucksville, fell deail while come. T. J. Hatcher. r.itvn. It is Mi:s. Ciiai Coi.kman, Jr., of Mercer, attending to her work, Sam Jones to deliver a lecture here. Foil the benefit of those who have askhas been visiting her brother, Mr. Joe 1", thought that it was heart disease, as she Over 10.0(H) persons attended the often where the circus will stretch troubled with her ed so had iK'fore Waters. High llridge camp nieetin-.- ' Sunday, and its canvas, we will slate that the jieople receipts amounted to $7,000. Mrs. Hi'iiiiiMitud Muster Kddio I'laig, heart. in the Miller Kxtcnsion, nearly opposite the of Danville, have ln.cn visiting.Mrs. ran-ni- e Uev. Strother Cook, Jr., returned A. It. Pknnv has contracted with Mr. S. J. F.mbry's, have been favored Mr. (ireen. Itanuy & Allen for a twcWoiy fnimo and that there all that is human in this missionary from Africa, and a son of a MissSi : HoiT, of Sninfonl, was with dwelling on his lot on Ijincastor street. prominent Haptist preacher in Mercer1 Full Faculty. TwcIto nepartmenttof Sttuly. ncaHhy location In the heart of Blue Grass part of the country will assemble. region. Itcflned ami h'K'i'ftat'Ie community. Moilcrnto expenses, sico tojaiO. Attendance Miss Juuuic Ijickey last week. county, ltev. Strother Cook, Sr., has join- last seKRlon 23S, from 20 States. Next Scoslon opens Sept. 12, is&t. For lull Information Mr. Penny says it will When (ompleted and Catalogue. Apply to L. H. BLANTON, D. D.. CHANCELLOR. News. Courier-Journa ed the Christian Church at Hnrrods- contained Sixnw's be the mot convenient duelling in Liu-- j Mi-- s Doha Hiikkr and Col. D. ' cut and slioit biography of dipt. W. W. burg. colli couutv. Mnughtcr, of I ripilng Springs, were in Uev. 15. H. Noel wiites: I am now Sweeney, the oldest conductor living Tin: cross pavements in the business and who runs on this & engaged in a most ulorious meeting at Saturnay. town of the L. K Mr. ind Mie.. .IdkS. (iitiMKs, of I'.li- - xirtion of town, wliich have for such a N. The gentleman's name was printed rabethtown, are visiting their biother long time needed attention, are lieing in large letters just under the picture, taken up and replaced by a splendid consequently we recognized it at sight. of llii'hniond, assisting. Nin' to date and sisters here. E, i m r cut about -- 0 feet and just commenced. All christians "SMrs. lbrrsv Ni:irs has returnitl front crossing of vilid twas gala day at Mt. Ver- pray for us. long by .'! w ide. Yitkrda a isit to her daughter, Mrs. James Pilnon. Main's ciicus and a republican Uev. H. 15. Mahonev' chine' at 15?55 lion, at jwine-ter- . Tin: new hotel at Pinoville has purmeeting both in town. Ijiwyer Davison Xewport is in a prosperous eon.lil!..e. M Kinnk bus been Mis Ansii: chased a tine piano for the benefit of the Messrs. liiveiis, in its guests. This piano enjoys the dis- was a speaker at the meeting and he Jt jms nu.,bersiip of 400; .!' of w hi ' would be a republican of exceeding bad Jiavi, H.(l ((l1,i1( ;,.,. . became it tho McKinney ncighborh(M)d. the t and only one tinction of ..,.,, Tll( f Junction City, ever fu Hell county. The citizens are taste who would leave an as.soinblnge,.,IV,.fir.jx. mhl ril Mrs. II. C. Karris, with tins tvnowiied gentleman as master are till ni'tiw and most delightful harImjoii isiting Mr. and Mis. J. H. has crowding the new hotel to see the of ceremonies. We suppose the ciicus mony prevails. He princhis tw'ce evnntl her daughter, Air. Mark Har" us thev call it. had a rather dull day. ery Lord's day and has religious si rie s din. lr Sianfonl would follow l.oiiisville'.s STtii)v night as Al. and Jack Uenz-le- of some kind every niuht in the week M utv Si i.i.ixan, liuisvilli, who Miss two. The church has three Sunme- - been the guest of tho Misses Hale, example ami enforce the law rcquimn: were returning liiuue, the young except street, has returned to her merchants not to monoKlin- - the on frighten- day schools under its supervision. driving became with their wares-- , the pedestrians horse they w'ro home. ed and started to run down the cemeXKW ADVKUTISEMENTS. Mk. nd Mrs. Jiissi: MmtsiioN, of Lex- would not have to knock acuiust each tery hill. When the horse had got other in pnssing, nor pic,k their route ington, and Miss Klla .Mershon, of biokel-an- il ten in good speed the harness have been visiting Mr. John II. through the small pusswuys left by the the gentlemen were lifted from their Bootla. greedy merchants, who ought to know Mershon here. seat to the ground in a most unpleasant . Heinstadt, J tDRttlieir stores are the places to show way. .Neither were .nun seriously nui M11. (i.T. Fiiris, of luiThe ll.mth r li;" i)f tli I. nroln County Fnr P .STOCK PH U P! democnits in the State, their goods. oneofthelM-sI ON the buggy was considerably damaged. .villi.. nl.r.l.llliMll...M.rii "(KSl was here Sunday, lie brought Jons Dr.i.iNn, a hrnkeman, with &X1.&SX 25, 1888, news from Uiunil. headquarters at How laud, was sent back: Tiirri: is a probability, says our itMay . Mr.ssiis. A. J. Fisu r.ml H. J. Williams, from his train just beyond .Mt. Vernon coriesoiitieiii, m me .eiuiiiiu.oisi Atthecolir,.hlll,c m. Stanford at ,oV!ocip two. society gentlemen 110111 Mt. Vernoin to Hay another tmin. which would soon putting uj a man to run against Mr.. lOSEl-VJE-i to thu ollice of. were down Sunday, having been drawn -follow.- The tn.iu b..ini? a....... Int.'. De.l ... .....T. r. liitleand in a Shcriir. for have heard a great deal WANTED. We ha; thither by a couple of Stanford's beau lauey tool; a seat on the track .... . . 1 . . ..1...... .1.:.. ......... It . . I'cjton . nianiuru, K m ties r I (J itii" iinnviiii'iii J.f .1.. JllUtl.t. " l til on theKinbrce, ;i roirfint of lcaini; consfd- , 1110 icnis was itsi as ceo. '" iew A ' lie tnt ''"isi ) T-1 4th day of May. iSf8, ..''C v T A I , I( x x" I I "s. V, r V. lV MissTii.i.n: lli.i., formerly of this tmuWt which diil not awaken him, and he but hnve not been able to learn what imlilc estate lor dmtnliution imiiini; hUhrim. The Vv JL A J I , JL tlcccd cut had three intr, Klisluth, Mary and 1 V JL X. J. K.J 1 place, but now of Winchester, is visiting was run over by it, losing an arm and '"'"b will be put up to Do siaugiitereti Dolly, who lift tlili county about the eur iSv i.liz.tlietn and ncaril were Mr. mill Mrs. J. 1. Davis. Her many nerhans otherwise fatally injuring him. 't will be pretty sale to say thai some lnur in tliln .StateMarv wnen last portion 01known llv und. in that at friends are delighted to have her remain Mr. Delanev has been in the employ of hotly will run and to be on the safe side, ' '1 he 1'ureh.ne " Dolly lien List heard of "va a any in. Any resident nil of the democrats in tho county go formationof Kanias present person Iuvidrthe uhove in their midst. the company for a long time ami is eon- -' h't a to the residence of their to the polls Monday week and give New- - naincil partiCK orLincoln heir, will plcaie write to Wi: see from the Harrodshurg Demo-cr- sidered a good man. ne at bt.inford, ..ountv Ky. or land the biggest majoiity the county 47 that Nath Woodcock is again on JOHN M "HA It., i:eciitor. ()m: of the most elegant as well as onu t.vi,r jjUvei nt. hs made a most excel-o- f on 'a visit, however. Kentucky soil, only the most delightful entertainments it olllcer and we know of no better To the Farmers of Lincoln Co. We'll wager he's a citizen of this State has been the pleasure of the Husiness Wny of showing our appreciation of him. inside of V have imrchaxcd of Koliintnn d Co., of llid . 'I'lircsini; rig that totally ilipes . Rev. Morris Kv.iss, of Umcaster, Manager to attend for many a day, CiiKKK.rSiiiuliy afternoon while the any thine uf the kind heretofore iiitrodiutd In Hop will remove to this place the latter part was the hop given by the tin M'i.tiuii i:erthiiiK cntiiily ii. w and ot the pro tern, was sitting in his latest iniproied st) lu We guarantee nbiolnre of this week anil will occupy the resi- Club,.at the Opera House Friday night f Htr Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchboth In threshing clean und ctiaiiine the The weather was propitious, tho "" sanctorum, enjoying the beauties of train. W'c nsW .pcilal attention to our lte..liiii; A. dence which will ho vncuUM by Rev. reading the daily papers and 00- - Straw Slacker wliiih n.Lk one lmnd H .tact maker with many years' experience, all work done with no.cno3S music grand and the young ladies beau-- . n'ure, S. Mullet on Danviile pike. of urain thenbv s.nhn; or two, uraw fromnl oo buihiN hanus Hoplni; tncl.nii- and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasse3 to suit tho Iriim jtn the lalmr Mrs. J. K. Di'UK, who have tv itself; in fact everything seemed to' casionally InuMingnn air castie Cut, ami ..i try us.u.e.,.n,swe:ire(r.c.,,i l'e Stanford combine in favorof the hop, which was a gentleman, seemjngly from the rural ey for the nast two years 1). HI AIT. Saturday for Louisville pronounceil a decided success by all who districts, marclied in and asked for tho V' their home, left dipt. Duke has a through attended. Promptly at U o'clock thesets editor. W ith nssuinittg .ligiuty tlie he to live. to form and at IfcM some ."0 or (() tor p. t. informed the intruder that freight on the Short Line, wliich is quite eoujiles were keeping stop in the lancers was the man looked for. Asking for a a promotion. paper ami a pencil lie reureti , MI at I'mtuc of J II M iik I" ' Juik.k M. C. Saiti.by teturncd Fri- to Snston i'i Trost's superb music. The l'h'ce ofhour or so tfnd then returned, n .. i.iin.r t the !u, hut. bidder on geiitiemen were untiring in their for an from ljiramie City, Wyoming, to home day bringing in his hand a "little article," as spend a month with his family, lie is ellorts to entertain the large lot of visit 4, 188S, left ors from neighboiing towns and it is he called it, which he desiied printed. ' considerably lleshier than when he t'.( ituinie at .ml Suci m, ( ni mmt ,i'.. !!. using it, It it'iig fni,n(l Sollier'n ,. Uu fii.,;,i....ni.ed pr.eri, which proves that the West agrees with needless to say that everybody had a After good time. The ladies from here nnd a to be a personal of the most gushing! him. Mr. Saulley is greatly pleased cii iiiious inui 'i mik the gentleman himself the cmi.r.iiink h.n cam, imti,uiiiiiirv aiHiui ir , nature, iine. iu.d with his new home, hut is still satislied description wf their dresses are as follows: .,,,1, :,.,.. Cr.11.1i ware; not 150 worm 01 uiixa in. (In. lines tin. editor tin.ire anil 0,111111,.!,. Miss Pearle Ketchnui, white silk, decol- Lc Kl)l,,uin , is tho State that Kentucky , . .. ... .... ,.. . I.I I. !. .. .I...1 1. I hi' Miuse is a ilorel.ilul for ()iu house and lot sinanlis. iiiuk iiiioruieu nun nun u utini nm M.. w m n'linviv iho irenial een. lete; Uiaiiionils; .Miss dwelling and thi' lot em coiutortnMe U'O lines and our braces one acre of fertile land. silk, plush, ju'iirl passamenterie; dia- -' one insertion, it being tlenian who has been depot agent for a "Illacksnilih shop and lot with a tct of tools ! per hue. The poor I his is the only shop In town and has a tine run number of veais nt Crab Orchard, has nionds; .Miss Hessie Hei.l, pink moire; tli- - price cents thought "it pleasant sure to see Ol (.llslulll. tentlere.l the position as agent at monds; Miss Hlioda Portman, black lace who tiuiberi'd One said lie would be miles tract olKiibanks laud ofC.60 S.acres, , i v t It. K l'n st.it on, ami will take charge of it Aug. diamonds; Miss Hessie Hicliards, white one's name in print," cut of celebrating the Settlement of the Northwestern Territory. hsM ..uii.it'. lb ncre. uuli GRAND JUBILEE n uu mu iim.uim dwtllinj; A Attn Inlti); mint, littler - ' uuum 1st. We are indeed glnil to have Air. fiiHiniU're; pearin; .mis.s .iina ueitl, not oiick in iew t.l'e tn the tract il to snv that he has not v uien O'Hryan, who with his wife and family tetl Swiss, gold. Tho lentleinen in at- It is needless ilaj Ilalfinsli; In i in from here wuie: !. H. Car- since been seen. We will not call his wiib yood kecnrlivnud en ic minejn an ft nt N.no I r. will l'esido in Stanford, in our midst. Mr. tendance M Minks, hose Smiley, .loel ICinhry, tieo. name, but there are those who will have lij day ofindebted to J Ii 'd lli'ii who do iml pay .1. A. Newland, agent at Pittsburg, will penter, John kite, will tlic aici mi a pretty good idea as to whom we refer bands of an officer tor collection. .Ml those : A. Fenill, who Penny, John Williams, 15. i. and succeed him. Mr. J. H MIm ill pi .1 e Ii e claims airainst J. gone ll.ein ivitll in.', i.roperlv s riti ' charge of the Howiahd ollice, Pennington, .1. C. Heitl, C. 0. Cat.on,T. when we state that he has iccontly lias had LIIWAIO A! CORN, nutef. 47 into the book selling business. A. Itieoaml IC. C. Walton. will likely engage in other business. ., Published Evory Tuosday ond Friday. ..,,. i vMting Miss Mnrv Jones. Sin. AND Mill. A. II. Hoi.t, of I'ittH-- l burg, l'n., are visiting her parents, Mr. ami .Airs. Win. Welsh. Mm. Jkn.vii: I)i xn and Misses Kiiunn and Ilclun Snulley wont to Monticollo yesiemay to visit tlicir Mil. Sam Holman, who sees after pas-sengers from Cmb Orchard Sorimrs. is the man for the place. Ho has done us , ., .Ill tiiim; ii win inn rcruswu, iniii'ii ni i graml-pnrent- Jknsii: Hisbn, of Louisville, Is Tiik best milk Hurnsldo's. I Khakis In town nt K. II. (Jkt a good dinner at Ziuuncr's rant for '.'j cents. 4 -- restau- Kkwh ron.es from Carlisle that Mrs. Will Craig hns presented her husband with another girl. STATE COLLEGE EIGHTEEN i l.kl'lt IMIf.WKWlU "i tMHtftXitti IVilUkltlli lift i i it v.i twin in hvi wra Saturday to work on tlio railroad exton- Hi0 beyond Pinovilte 111 hi.--t- Tiik town tux hooks are now ready Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study, and Marshal Oeirgc Carpenter will he around to see you in few davs. I'lease COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. V Fall term begin! Heplembrr I'i. IhSN. For Cntnloaar and other Information adrfrns prepare for his coining. JA.TIEH K. l'ATTKUMON. I'll. D., l.exlncton. Kanlnekr. 11 PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. i KENTUCKY r vm ' geiiei-ernll- y ; NEW! NEW! NEW! Ho .25IMMEH, & i . i to-da- y 1 h'-re- PoTM-OKsa- or-eu- Cum-lierlan- d 111 J .,. ; ' . 11 paj-er- , '- 1 -'; . lepro-suite- j SEW FURNITURE STORE .I'KOP, MA'CK Htni'M A li a f 1 s On-hard- s Cl - -- ,,; ,...if !... oppo-compelle- .1 ln-e- CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, I'FnC I t m .H fTHFFI MC (J Q D AD DC ifM-- yf I In-bi- tli-si- ...... Par-ri- s, won-durf- ul j "music-maker- y side-wnl- Uich-111011- -t j .... Privileges! WALL PAPES, and FTJBi2TrrTJHE. 'T 1 t j "" New-lan- ... i ALWAYS HAND. Wednesday, July HEIRS ' A.S Hj OJ3 f- . . . . 1 1 11 "'; -- 1 - I j j at ii. k FiL'lil. xk'Mril'L-ii'i'T J rS V 1 I TJ I I -- b-u- t two-year- s. j j ' llifii-inon- 11 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVER WAR sane-las- t. - 111111 I j 11. e.it-bega- n PXTBiXO SAtiS. I 11 Cincinnati JULY Saturday, August Mn-111 f in. xi" i. 0. ... j 1.1 1 111 y fellow-bee- n GEHTIUHiflL EXPflSinOH wOHIO IffltlET i How-lan- d i i.iill-rl.iii- I Ti-nn-i I '1 ! h.iv--in- v. j 1 mmmlMS v UNSURPASSED DISPLAY. KXCUR6ION RATES FROM ALL POINTS. -- - . .r t ""i,yii Sweepstakes. Actresj.es are especially noted for their $ij i B.m nliar.lt 34 Ilest liort mule any a,ti fondness for pets. Sarah 15 00 jk. s a tig.-- cat; KiltlllV Piivcnpo.t used S3 I est mare inula any age Saddle llorte. ,, , fiUwy it ,j0. t(mt Mh", lt()l; ,ivw, LOUISVILLB, KENTUCKY. 25 A Communication From Co'. Welch. was puineil to notice in your last Tins- - undusj Kose Coghlan loves babies, anil 36 Hetl saddle mate nr gelding 4 vcar old Creek. and oer $13 no Twomllea South nt Slmfordon Neal' F.dliornf tho Interior Journal.) To the Address me atCarlitle, Ky W.CHAUi. - A ilit'ont rt'unnl for public opinion day's isnie that II. K. l.rymit had been Mim, Smutty likes horses and dogs. 37 Ilest saddle nian or gelding J year old THE LARGEST AND FINEST foully murdered at his ranch in New ao ro anil under 4 s.'oins, in tho cstinintiftiW.f Homo of my Mexico. H was indeed a most worthy1 old orgclJIn,' )e,ir 38 Ict saddle marc HOTEL IN THE CITY. &c irienil.4, to leiniiru tlmt 1 should notice n anil under j 13 on young man and of rare promise. He was canl pnlilislii'il last Satiirdny by tin McKINN'KY, KY. Ilest saddle mare or uclding, I )C.ir old 3 raised near Crab Orchard and he wtnt, thu HcrnM, nlvinir bis version of to 01 and under 3 RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDto school to me, and a more moral young I'nr Drug, Medicine, tlic (amom Srup nt Flgt ( to co Ilest addld ni.iro under t ve.-i- old s recent porsotml altercation between ti . promptly and corman never lived. He was fn.c from all, Is doslrod and admired by nil. Anions a5 00 nod to get vour prescription aroo ING TO ROOMS. 61 Hot colt l) rectly tilled at all hour, and to get your Staple How hypocritical and f.ilso it is from (rot-eric- , the vices. Did not smoke, chew tobac-- ' tho things which may best bo dona to tine Clgur, Toilet Article. Ac , go to Ilmdster Ring. no one, who beard enhance personal to emlin l.ovd&Co.,.McKinney l)r J A WILLIAMS ' fjj licit marc or geldltu four year old and co, drink whisky, use profane language, will attend to ourdruj; deptrtmr.it; also attend to TURKISH beauty Is tho dully RUSSIAN 11A1IIS IN HUTKl. the proof at the trial, needs to be told, nor was there a single vice to which he over- - speed, style and durability contlic want of tlic alck, night or day, In town or mo ot Ayer's Hair "but for those who wen not present, disjj Jo co country sidered Vigor. No matter was addicted, even after attaining his W ond unTHE FLOIIENCE tasteful ns the task js, I beg to submit a manhood. 03 llet marc or gelding, 3 yrs what tlio color ot There was scarcely a preacher 5 0 der S. O. DAVIS, tho hair, this prepastatement on" my part. in all the laud that could havecompated 6 Ilrt mare or gelding a year, ami under 3 jo 00 ration gives it n bisThe editor of the Herald had publish- moral escutcheons witli that e.empl.ir under J 30 00 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 63 Host maroor gelding ' " tro and pliancy that e.ir old la 00 ed in his paper a most scurrilous card young man. He, upon the recommend66 Hot horn or marc wit under I have bought the right to .ell tin adds greatly to Its Florenre M.T. VKKNON.KY. Washing Machine and am no. prepared tofurmth 67 llet combined (addle and harness mure which while it pivo no name, was un- ation of the magistrates of Lincoln councharm. Should tho all who may wish ! ssve their clulh.s from Ihi 40 00 or Rcldln, any age mistakably intended for tni The card ty, hair bo thin, harsh, rubbing to the old protest Saddle Otlice not door to Whitehetd' entered the A. A M. College at Lexl)ru store. washing.and tewing incident it and V convinced of Take one and try sJ'lfesT dry, or turning gruy, (VS llet saddle Mitl Ion any ae Ulus wis utterly without justification, provo- ington, Ky., and there he was a imt Jvi 1 Yf $5 Special attenllou given to diieate of children I'llnot worry you about buying tiniest you are ful Aycr's Hulr Vigor JMn PsvYiT!:' 'tH tI cation or excuse. It is true u ffinie of devoted student, and acquired a tine edv "JJ. If satisfied a. to it merit. T ) llet Kiddle marc or jiIdini any ac, The undersigned has purchased the Florence & amissT"-- . will restoro tho Special premiuui by Conner, Sleet cards, for amusement merely was played Washing midline and after a thorough trial, wi color, bring out a He taught school one Co , Live Stock and tuinmluion Men take pleasure In adding our testimony t ) it worth, was ucation. "in my back otllce, but the came new growth, and and wilhnut hesitation pronounce It a success in and acquitted himself witli great honor, 5" " Cincinnati, Ohio every particular, doing ,ill that I claimed for it dosed at 1 o'clock, there was no knowl--cdi:- e and was pronounced by all the patrons' render tho old soft, mid shiny. For Swcepttale llarncu King. I a tiitt. lmp at K.tw Dauglierty, J W, W.llac, Dr. llourn, lirf opened b.iux1 andr am pteparid to aud in Win V keeping tho scalp clean, cool, and on the part of the players tliat this gelding any age, t)l, the Kern Moiv furniih MrsS Sailer. . C. Sine, Hill PcfUnt, Lewis 70 l!ct mare or of the school to be the best teacher that healthy, thero is no better preparation Dudderar, I. I'.. I.ynn, l t. Dawsjn, C Vanoy, 00 the pubic withal linJt uu.us, titli aud ovt-le30 peed and durability conidered ninn was in his oillce, no care whether ever taught in I wl I cuntin As in their season .Mr Amanda I'eal, (leurge I'eylon, Ale Holt tl.e district. He wrote, lu tho market. HT(iool accomtnodatioiu can be had tor tocV ue mniiing my wagon de'ivermg mrat to my cut cjaw, C. C Kit) l, Albert Camden, bim Ktlne, K. lie was or not, and nothing said to or like copy plate and was one of the lluot freo to confesi that a trial ot t.iaier iu Mauford aud vicinity K. Harrow, A M. and many other "I amHulr Vigor has convinced mo and men on or near the ground. iboiit him. Indeed I never once thought M V KLKIN Ayor's M V KLKIN. .accountants I ever saw. WWU.KK IIKNNf.Tr, l'roldent. Hint it is a genuluo artlclo. Its uo has Iteaduaitcrsai S, S Myers store. of him. The card was published solely How lamentable th.it one so young, so not only caused tho hair ot my wlfo and JAS. 11 VAt.KKK,Seretry. 1o carry out its nuthor's declared nur-ios- e t daughter to bo gifted, so accomplished and o thorough"to btirup the hornet and make ly ijualitled for business, and to adorn I Abundant and Glossy, them lutui." It was printed because he reailr lur iii.ncctioii.it I will deliver to regular cut imers in Stanford and society, should thus prematurely meet Sample of W he-i- will is that kind of a publisher who obtains death iiid be cut oil' from hi- - family, his but It has elvon mv rather stunted tnus Tho Original Wins. vicinity every morning buver on and after Jul) 141I1 ut Ked lloue,ln appear-unco- ." Harvey toou. C. F. Simmon.. St. I.oult, Prop'f ttiolio a ro.spcctablo Irngth nml MadiMininuntt s and his news by listening at ! M. A. Simmon Liver Medicine, Kt'd U. llritton, 0.klanil, Ohio. friends and the enjoyment of his honors peeping through back windows and uses. Accounts must be paid at the elm e ofeai h month l&J ''"'Si u.s- - Court DtriATt J. "My hair was romlng out (without f by a trio of desperadoes, a thousand or when customer lulls II. Zellln.l'rop'r A. Q.Simmon l.lv it only to defame private character. whose lives could not atone for the one tiny asshtanco (rout my wlfo, olthor). Itegulator, Ktt'd by Zellln iV. EDWARD H. FOX, J R K ItAKKHW trM. A. I tried Ajur's Hair Vigor, using only 3. I.. .M. ha (or .7 tern When the perpetrator of this character cured INDIoa.TloN, IIiliolinih. they have taken. Cntil the resurrection una Uittlo, and I now havo as tlno a ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., of outrage is an invsponxible tramp the uvirirsM.StcK lliADAciti.t.o.r head of hair as any ono could wish for." morn he will deep 'n liN bloody shroud ArriTiTi. Sour Stomach, Ktc It. T. Sohiulttou, Dickson, Tenn. law can nUoril neither protection nor re. iseami, lanor.M. K. J3AXVH.UK. ICY. ! Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, in a far distant Territory, neurJ.'.OOO miles " I havo used Ayor'.s ITalr Vigor In my Church, Adami, Tenn., writei."! ignore it altogether is only dress, while to building opposite 1 mould have been dead ne mm a moved to hi elegant but family for n ntiiulwr of years, and refrom the place of his birth. Thu cold STANfoKl), KY tor your uenulne M, A. Simthe potollke and better tliau ever jpiepared to to invito and sanction a repetition of it. tho host hair prostration I mon I.lver Medicine. I hv night dew will fall in silence upon Ids ' gard It as It keeps tho scalp clean, tho aLCommoUate the public with, fine picture from know of. When, therefore, I ill ft met this perfometimei had to tubttltut. photograph to lite ie. Satisfaction guaranteed. grave and the last rays of the.it-tin- g hair soft and lively, ntul preserves tho ' "Zeilln't tud" for your MeJI Wells drilled to or Jer an J furHlhfd at son after lR'ing shown the caid, I asked distant original color. My wlfo has used It for r clnt, but it don't anisvcr th factory prievt. ta sun will kiss the wild tlowers that n long tlmo with most satisfactory reSiini if it was intended to apply to me. purpoe." grow uiioii it; but he will heed them m.l; Ur.J. It. Gravet, Editor sults. Ilcnlitiniii M. JolmsoH, f. D., Ho answered with quite an air of sur(Ijhi. Mrmnhli.Trnn. Tt C. W. HTCALr Thomas Hill, Mo. l k MA grave is called upon t giv I)ai.i Ic pike near tnn. I received a nackaire of vourLlr.r )eiraMltoinr I inquired if he but when the prise that it was not. hou.c go.nl ocupiedby Mr Moffett, Medicine, and have used hall of iu n "My hair was becoming hnrshnnd dry, up its dead he will be as near Heaven METCALF & HAY3. or- bard and g od wtr nut u .1. tr It wotlol.Ve a charm. I want no ;if e. but after iislns half n Iwttlo of Ayor's were ipiite certain. He declared "upon NMK HUN... MRs better Liver Itegulator and cer land there a if sleeping amid the beautiful Hair Vigor It grow hlack and glnsv. I Ky AHYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. fiis honor" that he had no reference st.nford. taiuljr no more of Ztllln'a tmiturt. cannot express tho joy anil jxratltinlo I green hills of hN own Kentucky home. to me whatever. I believed he lied and leel." .Mnoel U. Hardy, uem un, ill. llAKHOl'KVII Mnd PINKYM.I.K.KY !'. 1 H. said so, but told him I would n- tWill practice in any iiurt in Ksstern ..f land lilt's ma.Ie a sue laltv Anv wpt liis dibclainuM- - if he would u rite Marion Harland'sOplnlon of Baking Pow- w l.;.-- n j.ii.i nt-- ....1.1.1 ' le traits ut tinnier t tel r.l a miner, Ian. r I rr ' 1. 11.. j ,lTotioQ--Stra- y iii.--. -- ui in. 'Hri.u. iiirs riiiaiiiis.-- . Jt iivi'i UCrS. nr .y p ml at.,1 sale. Infurmaiinn I t h te ', respondeicc NV then walked 11 If I slo so with pK'iiMtiv. Our readers have tlonbtle.ssnotieftltiie C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Dr. J. back ton desk nnd I handed bini u sheet nuinerons tHcti..ions by the Sold by DniEslsts and PerfumcrJ. 17 Mountain Sheep tm and svether. came t of paper. Afterhesitatiin.' and 'rlymjj and hygknUt.i as to tin- - relative valtte of mt farm neur Shelly L'lt). June ao, tMl Ihe o tier can set them S pjlnt. tMlurage and fur m short while, dnrini; wliieh I did in em- - the various baking powders. A caiWttl 'Mitre M.icV one. in the lot. thl advrticincut I S TKVIU. phntic liingung" jnoinise to cane him if 1.sifting of tho evidence kaves no doubt n lis- - II M Jobnvsn NINTH KVIIMir.OVOK III It lC,Vlltl NlAllAlllJCHieCORt. he did not write, he suddenly dropped 1.. the -- uperioritv of the Koval Hakin- i In puiitv, wiioleoniene.s the pen and started to run. I thfiisave, 1 and 1 1 ' ' COTjLECi 1j ! him a sound boating with a small cane I. Mn...,tl,, a -- eientit'.c tiinlpoiiit. f IPKSVHtG UlOCK raw. iiLiLHLiLiLiLiLiB I After the cane was wont out A ,,,,1,,,,. bowever. that will weigh earned. , wcASTrit KY 'a g - ll " IAHdn and be bad lied to the cellar. I ant :m vitb..iitb our than LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI . ry toconfesi that I followed and bestow-- 1 (Mj w.ni. N (r kr.. e, Hoarding DepartineHt iscluts(dy for girl .5 tlmt given by Mari- - TU-ii-i.-BiiW.asiB!' M"'""" t""mK' '" j (1 upon lilmn few supplementary kicks, j Hoy trained for leuding Collegm and L'mser.illaily S- ir.s tn Ir.i.l.r-.on Harliind. the best known and nitM c. I did not shoot at him tu ice nor at all-- , pojmlar of An.eiican writers upon mat- - FRIDAY Well selvited course of tdv II J V ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS THE MOST RAPID ROUTE 2 OQ Moral and manner carefully instilled If I had done so I don't think I hould ; t .,., ,u.rt8,iiilntf to the science of dome-- i . U U JJ I L ( CC LU. Twehr tried teacher, abundant tcstnm.uy ' sjAIUHLAY, r ser altem(c I betwe.n Ihe (teat J. II SKINNKIt. I'or Information apply to liavo. nii.ssetl him. This, in brief, is thei iil.l.l,m..v , ii,1.v...L-o..iii.,m.i 1. ..-... .......V ltncatt.r, K; . .ties . Hie tlni Riser anil 4 huji, ..J hen-the fatte.t time and aa.i.i .nnifaruwe train S uliole Ptory. cooking. In a recent letter to the PhilaR. B. lueen all points in Ih. Noolh. or to the West ant I am far indeed from taking either delphia Ladie-- i Home Journal thN writer FlKr DAY. Northwest. 1 he ciuni.riiart of this train a. all -. R trunk lines i .lenomlnaled The l.inllasl Kitt SVcl j 3 00 STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE llcst cheoc pritle or pleasure in this recital. On the say-- The uH-re empln) gl,e roltin; it (uiroti. 7. i contrary I feel, both in kind mid degree STANFORD. K "I reir.irl the ISovnl Rikin Powder as' j IUtb.kd ham or listen M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, UnlimitedaltComfort t'lclet Dflkes in the South I!et pl.tte f roller j 00 "O'At Coui.Ht , inucJi tlie niortincation witli which ,,e Tory ,IU,fiU.turetl and in the nmr- -j 4. t t you si ill final mar time tables and ttckets. say M r branJ j 00 non, i;et .Mon.Hi and sticl. lu .Mnnun, il 511 4TH AVENUE, encounter kot( h1 far ., j l,llVe had any experience 5. l'cstl'v bii'tlst. !es.aMnjatt wl one mipht recall a succes-f)u want 10 00 to tare and have a leasant laumee. A. M PRESIDENT. J. M. HUBBARD, o K O. McCtlRMICK. 5 wiui a poie u. 1 urop u.e suojeci piim- - ,,, tho , of HUl., t.omiouii(K Since 0. Itet three poul.d. f riattrr LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. '..ntul l'aiKBi.-1-- r Vijent. Chi. ao S ly and for Rood. I hope also I ant done the introduction of it into my kitchen. ." 7. Itest galtott orir.:nuJi City luVet Azent and Officers 8. Ilet .'.ill in of liirlt $ 001 hijliteenth jear begins on K. A lli.iwsin., nt 4th As... IaihihiIU. Ky. with my assailant this is. in any event years a;o, I have used no other in makA discount f e pT rfit. will be givisa on ill I. M. T.MMHSI, ll, ao 00 9 licit black Cas. me it. I m innati, 1hu my last card. I feel that"I mipht justly ing biscuits, ca.es, etc., and have entiie-l- y aj ad premium s opy f tt 88 order win r..r nw 5 " 3, have characterized him in much plainer vettis'mi'tit. mntiotiiiig upr discarded for such purpoe.sthe home ta. Hot vhWc c.i le mnceofWixhw.tiriJ.nir j o Ht4w ivf "J. I! 11 llet jcllmv pnc: nk lanuuaco than I have, but I can not made combination of one-thir- d .odn, two- Thoraujh of toailier selsv Carefullj ori .m. riour ... 100 1.1 ..:..i. ... .... 1.1 mono even. .. .....an :.. instrnslion ( oil discipline lh- methods mj tlilnU iTPaill of. tartar. . 44 Send f..r lirn.ltr besides he wears a lamily name which1 "Kvrv box has been in perfect condi- of wn.t,. ito. Hw $00 wiiit ,,0,t "Uiw frmx cak, ihas nlwavs been hehl an honorable one tim, it mv leimU nml 'JRose Flour 5 " W. CS. Wklui. in Lincoln county. To the Farmers of West Lincoln, the contents have given complete satis- 14 Host choeola c caliss ItOt'TK. is an act of simple justice, 15. licit ivecimn of milt AmiMie gMbrotdtry 5 00 faction. It uasey ana .aisewnerc. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE MAYWOOD. Kiwi:tcti estsbroi.l- 1 16. and also a pleasure, to lerotniiieiul it lr u ery. The present com crop, the oldest qualifiedly to American housewives. AssiilHIMN, KIKKI!II. K CENTRAL KENTUCKY llavine; bin authorie.l bv Mr C C Van of crui work 5 oo 17. llest specimtn - M.wtto.v Haui. wo. farmers say, will be the finest ever raisproprietor nf Hiistnnville Holler Mills, as his r a 1'i.it. iS. Ilest spreinMii of emtrodrj on Itnvti 5 on acnt for the purchase of beat ill thl section of ed in the grand old county of Lincoln. "Hrooklvn, N. Y., Nov. :!0. 17." country, I call with conndeme on my old and tried Will hold thrnr annoil I 1.1 of etiibrnliitr) ontlnatt their t;r.iuttd 5 " xj Ilest farmiiu public to see me before en friends The death of Mr. Craig Lynn i? quite NORTH, (EA ST, A N$ jo Ilest )eiitmm liunvsilt.bititf. Ilavirt; beli in their J' Uajiiij of the srop. elsewhere. am familiar with miles from K'tVsv.lle on machine made calico ires 3 oo ih. ir.!r .liout twentv- vturs. a calamity to this community. Hut I Mi" Kittie Wilkin.- is called the horse 31. tf.-e- l v.arranil, therefore, in the 28, 3 ' thebu.lnes. presumo you have an extended notice of queen of Idaho. When she wa a little 12. Ilest specimen ofdr.nvn work declaration that I will W aSle to lacibtatc Ihe JUI..Y 27 5 oo child her father gave her a handsome fil- 13. llMt pi ItnoHof ifil paintin; FAST LINE BETWEEN Jus death elsewhere. pi.Bium. and .. ..1 management have 3 oo c"rn.y0yOUrCT,,' j(. lie t specimen uf I.mtto palntir Halo's Well is on a boom and when ly, and the increase of the filly paid for 25 Ilest sptclmuli pf crayon sroils mo. i. Iu 1 of .the LEXINGTON made this one of the J i & CINOINNATI. in 6 llcst Kiill-.- I T visited there a few days ago quite a her education and gave her a start e piclh 5 o Stale Tor catalogue and pirinular. St hi I'M. to oo crowd of Stanford people were among business, .She now owns a horse farm 17 IVi.t J huhl new whe.lt J II WAI.KKR, te. r. tary. Co. 1 A "7 No"". n' 4 N.. guests. The pioprietor has every- and raUes I'ercherons, Morgans, Nor- j3 Ilest 5 ( und nf tobacco, in bond, fined the kirksville, K Suuih Houn i 10 mi in Mtiunorn1jelnini; cauntlo. I.s bun thing in apple-pi- e order and nsue.it as a mans and other fine breeds to the num- 39 HoM n.lllon four year old and user '!i'iL I.s Sin. 10 eo ber of 1,001 animal. Her fin in is not jo Hut stallioM tkreo) ear old nMilsjader four 15 00 'Ihe Farm oniaitts IM A. res, situated on tlic c p I i" a m i s p 11 I.ve t'osmgl n Jiciv pin. p m Sprinafield and I'errjvifle t.ik.-- , j miles from the 10 01 am 9 j p 0 l.ve I alm.j.itb. She is thorough in ji Ilest stalljsin 1 je.r. nd ii iiHilnr j 10 u I learned from a prominent citizen far from l!oise City. 11 os 1 ll VH I J? K P A 1 1.10.4 p m 4 so p in former and I m.Us from l.ebanon. Surrounded I.ve Cvnihuna VX ilest j jillbn, uiat. r k 4 n, i yotroM nnd 5 10 p nt kIs and chunh.-ch and is VlluOUUUUlVU 11 40 a m in jo p m bv kochI iialshhor., UllIU Arr l'aris . yesterday that Mr. T. I). Newland would her knowledge of hoie., rides biipurbly, i under ' I ,0 P m 11 jo p m 11 jo p m in oo adapted to all thf favorite ram and grasses grnun Arr t and is young Has goml hous,, barn and other PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS. I.ir I.sim from the re-- j '' i 'lioiit like a tow-bo- y in Kantucky probably have oppo-itio- n I'jri. II an II M It It B in S O p tl stilllin it nil' i io co outbuildiut's jy uf astinj; water aud in a I'l.ntv .' 05 p m Arr W'lsKhastar. la jj p in II j p and is too intle ;,4 licit bro4 n.ir nn4 knrs or mire c.lt un.inbliean side of the hinise for the olliee and fairly hlzh stale of cullivaii'in Kor further particulars, io n m o. p Arr Kichmoml !'.. J'OVvT.I.I.. Iliistotiville, Ky der I tear old p ) in io oo address rads. aie wonderfully pendent to fall iu hive. ofsheriir. The 'i pm Arr I.incastcr 511 . m oo m Arr Stanford... ' p m'. tjaddlc- Horn. in well organized, ns was demoii-trate- d An average sized whale in the Atlan05 To Washington, Richmond and I.ve KicnmoH.l oo Ilest n.illion 4 ear. old and mtr ii$ P in Arr lltr-- i f thu last eleetion in Atigut, and as they tic will ylebf 100 barrels of oil and '.'.(XKI j$ Ilest st.it)iitn j6 Arr l.MfiiZtoH,.'.i 5 sj I' ", j oiir. old tmd ssd.r t H CRABORCHARDSPRINGS Old Point Comfort. prefer darkness rather than light, ' pounds of bone. j7 Ilest tnllloH j itsr old nod oiiuir j is ou . .. No 5. .Vs. i. their deeiU ai evil and their M ), .North lloud. j3 Het stallion, mare oruMUtf t )tar -- Id and Bucklen's Arnica Salve. tricks vain, they will likely try to Blip up io oo tindert , 1 he the co a iu I.IVIdiStOH., io oo on Mr. Xcwland election day. Whether sores, best J.ihein rheum,world tor cuts, bruises, yf ll.tt stalbon under one j ear old To Loulsvllo and Cinclinnati' I. SO Hrea I.ve 10 35 a in ulcers, halt fcer sorts, litter, chapKiKkaw.iy Ki. Arr KKhmoivd.... 11 4 a ih ROUND. do or do not try it, it is the du- ped Hands, chilblains, corn) and all .kin erup OPEN ALL THE YEAR they p"i it- - in the Connections .lirn . tor I.ieSta'ufer.l in,J o a m J J ty of every deinotrat in the county to go tion., and positively tare pile, or no' pay re- 40 Hittmiiic ir);c dlnjJo.Ua 4en6U a roviu1 10 i 4J a m way, knon tohe nsa.1 for raVivriy quired. It I guaranteed to (,'ive perfect iuli.tac-tioWEST NORTH VEST AND I.vo l.aniaMcr . It no a in 4 Jo a Arr llicbmoud.... to the polls on that day and cast his vote from $ao to purpose Fine Ilr.il and Strin? Hand ill Attendance or muncy rctunded I'rtce i$ cents per box. I io p in I.ve Klctmond.. 6 jo a in. Model ln. for tho ticket. Kvery rml. in the county July lit to September 1st Kate greatly mduccd, SOUTH-WES- T. Arr Winchester J p in 7 40 a ni For sale by A K I'enny, Stanford, K. ' rnur cr p in 41 IImi and fanciest model million, will be out that day and you can bet .rr l'aris ii per day and $10 per week and upward. J a tin so THOMAS Ni:"M AN, Mana.'ir; Keldinu I.vo I.exiugton ... j 10 p in No ,. in jj a m' 3 00 p m your bottom dollar on that, it matters ..4Is Consumption Incurable ? 1'anC) Trtiout. j 50 p m IN iirriscT iov ij j 40 p m J jo a JAS. C. KINO, HesldentSupt. ; Daily' I.ve fail Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal F. F. B. Pays a Tribute '.o Mr. H. E.Bryant Who was a Formar Lincoln County Man. Toihi KJnor tutelar J.'Urml ) Cit.ui Kv July 17, ISss.- -I Om-iiAKi- FOR SALE. THE GALT HOUSE r ' IIouhc and Acres Innd ' - imII-tor- Beauty LOirr) 00., '"' 1 WASHING MACHINE SwiH-pitak- 1 JsT 77-l- f. NEW IIVTCHCR SHOP. hi-- r WHEAT. t 1 XXzl ICE, ICE, ICE THAT FIGHT key-hole- At One Cent Per Pound FOR RENT OR SALE. 11 - gd ( MYCr b a ii: ndll n: VlUUr, Kentiuk)-Ksamlnati-iii- j Slaosp. I . l,-,ie- , 1 pi l3(P p GARRARD A NKW FAST .MAIL . -. sor-,h(..i- ,.r i m-ie- ii-.i- i' 1 1 .. w ,.. .$$ 1 07 C , (,E()(iHE(iAN,8f K- txime-niitd- e li W II-- r sjlt-rts.i- II ul Monday, September . -t r 1 i. ", 1 ... lt.tngBt.-r..l.illKt.,b.m,J- - tJa4sef THE KIKKSYILI..E KeniuckyGentral R. R. "Jtlt'K STOCK FAIR AM) l888. 1111-- I Ilt - 1 WST ''"y'OKKN0"' 1 imc-mnd- l.rnt No. Washington Farm For Sale. s 1 1 S H . . 1 flL,rt l.rlPQfinP ,... Ik-s- t jc-ro- . . i aoo.l-lookin-- - BAST ' 111 . -e Crab Orchard, Ky. WEST '. - .... I 11 - . 111 111 1 1 1 . 1 not what they promise. Its Delicacy of Flavor And tho efficacy of its action havo rendered tho famous California liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, immensely popular. It Cleanses and Tones up tho clogged and feverish System, and dispols Head-.acheColds, and Fevers. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. s, ' t ": ft Why will you j.pugli whtn Shiloh' Cure ssil. .jive immediate renei t rnce ioc, 50c ana jmf, McRobcrti&Staijr, Stmforrf, K)., and Crow A Co., McKinney, Kj. Arc yon made miserable by Indigettlsn, Const! I.os 01 Appetite, Veilow Skin! patmi, Shlloh'tVilaliier Is a jvoshlve cure. McRolxrts A-- Stautf, Stnforil, Ky , and Crow .V Co , McKinney, Ky. The- - lies. Geo. H Thayer, of Ilourbin. Ind. ay: "lloth mynlf and svifo owe oui lues to Shiloh. Contimptlon Cur. McRobert Stanford, Ky.j and Crow & Co , .McKinney, Ky. Shiloli'a Catarrh Remedy, a positive cure lur Mcltob Catarrh, Pyplitheria and Canker-Mouti Cr w Swsu.'tfunford, &r C. rt MeKtnuey Ky. Ilea J the following: Mr C II Morris, New-ar"W.'is down with Ahcu Ark , nay ol the Lungs, and friends and; pliy.ici.ini prnnounc eJ me me an Incurable consumptive, ilegan Dr. Kin' Xcw Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle and able to nt ersce the work o.i my tarm. It is the rinet medicine ever made." J Middleware Decatur, Ohio, .iy. Klnj,''. New Discovery "Had It not been for for Lonsumplum I would have dietl of I.uny Troubles Was given up by doctors. Am now In the best of health ' Smnple bottles tree at A. It. Terni)'. drugstore. tuk-Ing 41 4,1 14. ee Ir 45 Fanciest turnout Ilest boy rider uiidtr 11 your, old, oo)' saddle vvertli bpcwl lllu; "'"' I'ustust .stallion, m.ueor i;IJiiu old and under 3, to be led or dtlven6 specml premium time round the riu J. W llruwer .V Co., Live St.uk Coin. missiuii Men, Cincinnati, Ohio, (test combined luiruots K .addle stallion niiv nzu tj(J I) It. KDMISTON, Cb-rk- . Dally v Fix. Sun. III CO -- TUK NKW- - Madison' County Fair io 00 10 00 I,e t.ouiiville Arr I.exiuiitOH " White sulphur Spriiu. " Charlottsville VMJun. t " Uiclimon.l.. " Newport News 11 7 " A.SSOCIATION Will bold Its regular annual exhibition on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Kriday, " lMilladelplna " New Vork Norfolk " Washington. " llaltimure Old roint Comfort a m 5 i in ii 4 P m m j jo p m j m ui 6 in 7 fsi p in !n 40-- in 40 p m 1 p in 9 40 p nij . n. . , j , .ii i UU 11 .1 III lll o a m. 6 .o a in ... io S j) p m 6 ii.i m p m II 35 a m Cvnimana ... 4 06 p mi 9 00 a in 4 jo P m I.vo Falmouth.... 4 $1 p nijio o a m 5 P m Arr Covington. . t u p injii ji a ni 6 50 p m io p oo p a 10 it oo a ji j On the Mawville Uranch, No. 9 leave l'aris .t jo, a m and No. 11, at 5 30, p 111, arriving at m. No. 10 Maville at 10 50, a in, and 740, leaves Maysville at 6 00, a in, arriving at l'ant at Sao, am No. 13 leaves Maysville at 105 and arrives at Paris st j 35, p 111. These train are daily except Sun.la) S I'liAton I'ony. t 4 . Ilest pa.i-- in pn vy $jo 00 - Walking Kins 47 Ilest Electric Bitters. uulllti; m.ireorselilitij Svi 1 Djme, i ita, h Thl remedy h becoming so well known and o popular as to need no special mention. All who 43. have used Klectrio Hitters in;r the same son;; of praise A purer medicine doe not exist uud it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Klcctrlc Hitters will cure all diseases of thul.iver and Kid. neva', will remove l'imptcs, lloili, Salt Ilhcuin aud .Muk r other alfectlons caused by Impure Wood. Will $10 co 49 first horse mule a jeursoU and over, drive Malaria from the svMcin and prevent as to 00 ear old jo Ilest hore mule under well at cure all Malarial Kewrs. Kor cure of , 15 00 ji Ilest nitre mule 3 ears old and over lieadaclie, Constipation and Indigestion try Klec-trl- r ja lior.ee mure ntiile 1 yr M and Hitters. Entire satisfaction uuranteed or o premltini $ under 1, nu.v refanJod. I'iKv joe anJ l per bottle n ad premium i "J A K I'ennv's Jru store ar uU Ilest mare ionic under J to 1 Ik-i- l oepstakes Ho.idsti r. Ilest stall.o any agu style, spjod and special premium durulillity cjiiiidcrcd by Oroeii Ar Kinbry, HvcStockCciiiinl. Ohio, J30 00 siouMin, Ciliciuli-itl- , isliCOND DAV. ny,ijt !n August, 14, 15, 16 & 17, '88, -- At- RIOHMOND, KENTUCKY. Puraes and.;Premium3, '1 $5,000. rotting and Kuiinin): RACES EACH DAY. fcpecial Trains and low fare on all railroads it j 1 T.J. J. II. CllliN'AUI.T, COVINGTON, Sec y. President. DAILY KXCKI'T SUNDAY No. ti. .Inly exADDITIONAL TRAINS NO I h Train j and 4 are daily between cept Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4UJ a m; Ml Lexington and Cincinnati; other other 7 oq am; arrive l,exin(ton 3 31 a in; arrive at tram are daily except Sunday. Cincinnati via Winchester 11 Jja 111. Direct connection is mule at Winchester with No. J, daily except Sund ty, leave Cincinnati Ml. tvlerliuj. Ashland loop 111; I.exincton j,1J p ra; arrive Mt sterling Clii'iipoake & Ohio for W Va. and lluiitliijtoii, Ch.irlfsi.vn, 7 11 p in; Olive Mill 9 10 p r AM LINK N'n and 4 run via WinchesNo. j, daily, leive Clifton For.se t 7 00 a m; ter, Solid trains uuh I'lillnnn Sleeping Cars, bei m; Charleston 1 30 p in; arrive Ashhnd j tween Cm. iunitl and HUinioiul, Ya., and WinColnmbus 11 17 p in No. 6, daily leave Ashland 711 a in, arrive at chester and Washington. Through in kets and baggage checked to any 7 36 p m Charleston'! nam; Clifton destination reached by a riilroad. I'lillnnn Sleeping Car on all through trains For full particulirs address any agent of the Co. Old Dominion SteimshipsleaveNorlork on.Mon-dap- , IJ. II. I1ACON. S. V. . MORSF, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdjy ami Saturraveling IVss'g'r Al., Cen'l IMss'g'rAgt., day ut 6 30 p m lor New ork, Lexington, h). Covington, Ky. ror Tickets, Kate, liifurmatlon, etc., apply to II. IJ HUNTINllTON, C.eneral Minager, olbceor adilrei WICKHAM, II. W FULLER,. V. QonOmcos. Covington, Kontuclty, Receiver, tien'l 1'as Slcr-lin1 111 1 l.exiuitton Division Trains run by Central ti me Main Line Trains east of Iluntiiiton run by Kast than Central cm time, which Is one hour f time. itr Falmouth ut in in a in! K.inilai ontv 'ii 11 leave Falmouth nt 4 jo pm, arrive at Covington ut 6 jo pm; .Sunday only No. 15 leave I.esuu Ion 7 ij p m, arrives l'aris 7 5s p m No, 8 leaves Covington j o p 111, arrive lalmoiilb 7 o p m No 7 leaves Fatmoulh at j jo a m, irrivt's at Cov injton at 7 Jo a 111 No 3 leave Cnvinctonat 3 jo .1 ni , arrives at o 1 1 a r-- tstxOia