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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888072701 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. Vvr ? ,vr"r1' riftn'3!iwr7 cr - tV jCT" "-- - -- w,- r f iv Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, JULY 27. 1888. NO. 48. IT WILL BE A BIG LOSS, BUT IT CAN'T BE HELPED! The Greatest Sale of Men's & Boys' Clothings Dry Goads, Boots, Shoos. Furnishing Ms. Notions, k, AT THE MOST MERCILESSLY SLAUGHTERING PRICES EVER ATTEMPTED In this town. Everything goes, Stock and Fixtures, nothing reserved. I am going to leave about September 25th and iLiend to move nothing. Former Prices Are Cut and Slashed To Pieces and The Stock Will and Must Be Sold, - Unless some one will buy the entire business. To such a party I will offer special inducements. Now is your time to tripple your money; BARGAINS never dreamed- of before. I want the money; prices are no object now. Cash only buys these goods. Nothing charged. My object is to go into the wholesale business out West, and in order D, KLASS, Stanford, Ky. to be ready in time, I make these sacrifices. nun is love and xotiiint. ' use. " "gathered iisiiredlj" that the dear ;i';'iotilt.fai!,,iK.ruotu.,au,.uti.1tie tiim' tuot enjov.ilily. I.ut at .0 I wanted me to have a perfect icM 1 1 M'ji-x1J 1'UAIrtK TIIIC I.OU1). I.KTTiill (.'i 1'itO.M (JKOlttiKO. IIAUN miikui.m iNTBiitoiu-T- I'i.i, lii. K., 0 Viivlroiunt.W n,,t .Inly -- 0, v. criiili of ji?itors .in-- lnimln-iUu'iturned away for Iiii k of au'omiiMHlation. Sow w .haven mniill, Inn wlcit rirvk- of ui'M, niitro liko a larj;i family than a hotel full f ItiMnlorv. All of ulik'ii is vimv tlit-i! this time una a nre Btt-atl- .liinn-ii- t vWt to tli'irt from thcM of my Tli.ii.!wl' .pot in wlmt hiw keen j;nipl. e:il Iv tie- .. i 111 mirli an team ui exeurMoi. 111 this. We were eertau.lv ,)ot in a tutl, 0f nt.iuiititton Ix'fore lie e weie jollv ami happv tame, for . t'miiixli, but Mi.ee lie inkletl his v.Mie.tiiirt l'ioi.al.ty to our partv, there has U-e,. . ,.,., ... ni.Tiii.iit n tn .. .. .i...,, nl lii.r..nui.il w. ...V.V..-V.- . .r.. Mieli a.i there in at hca, when a gentle zeil.yr KrowH ii.toa Mill' bree.e. It is iii.tiilli..liiiti- "- Iwiu ..in. tn 11 . 11 ...ititmunt. v " eate hit geniality to a w hole bonnei'till of people. Nall.'i ejeubernut fit.. N veiy u ami ilown fellows, whom vou neer know where to liml. In all t lie vears of the hour, ami nover gnw weary. ",,1,.,,., our aciiua.iita..ee, have never heon the tit nicht, 1 known no more least ehange in his heaity jollity, ami wu.ml than the inoiioton era the wonderful thing is how he keeps up oiirt lullaby of itn unvarying eataraet Mate ot frcMiuet ot witty xtrango. an even v dloMunr. The tlrM night-t- he : . 1. .1 uiii-- e.111 11111; 11 .iii".iiiui I...1 ,.fi...- - ii'iii.ii i. iie of it. nukes one vaUeful; ,...,, , . .. imi... , i.i ih.mi on .ain. 1 nave never niei ins " tlul-- it ". mateh for fun, that jut bubble, over be- I.e."r.s,nglM.l .UKlMuniber'aml , iN(,rv ni(nm.m ' comes a ietonal a Innit. Our little lamb, that went over the Our fr em s of inanv yeaiS)e Owens' falls JUM one week ago, ami lived to tell i 1.1:1., , 111 . , t; , nmi 111s lovelv wife keep t ))f e lon . ,0 - t ' js 1k, inent that is bouml to pleae, even fas- 1 n.entioiietl in ' inv ' the ilav niter s L'tieMs. 'I lie p.i.ilnu.glc. of iloutld ous r womlerfiil rescue, t Mi.ived oil up the r el (.trueture.s that lme replaeeil.1 t niouutun-hkle- , but Sk followed it and ..,,,',,. un. huinble doiu ,....' reined it f 0111 rather a penlous jkwj- place. e nni ureatlv ehanged Mie Muule. Uw; turn. Mnee then it has become pre.iiibei ..... een. oug iv reconciled to ts new ouinter--., hot hut the mm hardly Mnkes tower- - 'and is fo completely upotled, that it' .11 the in ddle of the day; and the nuisance,1 th.eatena to become iillr&t-elas,. inucl s to east mid ...ui u....m.i M.urice were it not for its -InMorv, that ,. . ,.'..ir...L. about t and Minuet about :,, . ,,,..1 has awakened an unbounded hvinp.tt hv . ervdc.s ruble arrangement 1111 all our henrtri, that we can endure ea-- i ,,. 1.,..,... . August, as all ought ! o..M be intolerable 1.1 an " feature of Soc'h housebuilding 1 One Utle c.eature get.s It i, the wealth of veniu- - '""' nothing but carchseH thus far. ItyitHiib-- i n,.,. u(,.i.x, ". i...i -- . dan room,.. ,...... of a.linity, that we have nil no- .. . walk as nianv miles under covet on . .. can " ' WB "ft n riinv dav as there may be strength or ,ui1,v.hM nlK.nl l (urn W. for Hut esen then, tlu. erom,KM.M,ion. I air. ronton vo witter m.ii -- .,l..t.,li,l mire . . tki iiil' timl huiitiiiK amply rvpaiilfor any trilll.iL' ineouvi'iHeiu'i"; ami the t.ut. ami Lii.Miii that fell to nut rvsMiil nxls nml inup, f.r..W.i'l an abi.mla.it table. n iinchiiiil. Of ciurMJ the ncenery el hi with their beetling Tli'M Kniml t Tiii: toweriunlK)ve um, on ImiIIi theCtiniberlaml, erify the pbrnw of liillw; ami tl.ereiLM'kw wa"everl.ihtln N jut the wime now tluimlerinj: terfall ilown with hwollfii yellow thwd; ami HiMin ventlv ilroppiiiK it veil of exipi- iwrought in itely jmtterneil variety of watery ilenlg... One mleH onn wateh It, with f.ihcinateU gae, by 1 1 ll.eoiilvJ.ouHi. .u. lien. cha.ue vWtnm melve,! ...in. url. honu.lv fare m..l n.upli " ,l 'r. HenfroV 'WW. "IMr.0.. ' -- j,' f"r. tlioujrli .v, "" . I .'" notlmw onll ".... . .l.uv m.v. vaoi.!,. ,a,lk., ,.rowJ. he more eve kiio ami hmon., m.H...J '' , ' wIt l .,,,.7in uu are, ... . .... 'i reereal.o,, ep.M, e o. our 'nn liu. eaine in .Momiav night, SJUMm '"fr, "''K ' i;'iy'l h-- Iv l'' !' " l'. ty ,,,., !... ., I anniversary. The wall, snatched from its watery grave, is curled up at her iiiothe.ly fit. It is weary of iomtiug with its an I knows where it can have a quiet time. A pretty pictuic. I wish an artist could sketch it. (ii.i o. Hw:m, Kver in child-compiuio.b-sii- for these two weeks, ami although "I thought" a sermon . da would help me to quicker rtmv11lcj.ee nee, I 11111 content to have it us it is. I have gained just pounds in a week. That is the entire loss of the let cut attack ol illness made up again; ami ii I can muy put oil " lbs. more of healthy adipose and uiti-- i le, beit will ie fore we leave nc.t Tlitir-dian additional feather in the cap of Cumberland Kails asa sauitaiiiim; .is well as a testimony to the gisdnes nf the l.Ol'I) ti without Whose lowng ii iv no would be I am wnting this un the :tltb iiuuivei sary of our wedding day, with the faithful companion of those eventful jenr sitting by my side. We liue just wished each othei "nianv happv returns," unless "The Ilriik'grtxuu' comes which is a 'return' we both long for more loungly than ceii the oft reiinteiice of a bridal 1 y, teen-penitioe. ipw.ww i MJliO JX. XUAX X DBUGGIST & CjL Q .. M. J"E-V7"ELEK- DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Phjiicim preicriptioii a ruratelj compounded. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Fier brought the low to this market I'nce loner than est. Watche., Clocl. and Jenelrylte. paired on short notice and uarranted. POWDER Absolutely Pure. powder never ariev rnrtel ol purity ttrcngth ant St re economical than the rdinar) lun'tf. and cinnot be fold in lompctit on with the multitude if low tel, hcrt uclthl alum or phoplnt piw ler sold only in 1Iit 111,1 Mountain Lands I I haw oo acre, more nrles,of M mntain. Coal and Timber I.ahd that I mil ell at a bargain I li.ueatore roonitu rent lor a furniture nnd undertaking, hardware or tinner otabtishment Theeare L'ood for 4odas For further informa C V MKTCAJ.F mation, write M 33 Ilarbourtitle, Ky ivery, (Feed and Sale gtable, u jYii1 LONDON, KY, ""f BKICK YARD In ! W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Liee-wor- k, .. Long-Standi- ng I 1 Blood Disoaooa are curod by tho poraovering use of Ayor's Sarsaparilla. j .u . '1 I , .... 1 thoi-entii- ble-Mo- ... ,,, 1 ,11 , ' an Altcratlvo, and r.wiscs a ratllcul cliango in tho system. TI10 process, In somo casos, may not bo quite so rapid n.s in others ; but, with persistence, tho result Is certain. Head the.so testlinonlnh : "For two jears I Riiffpred from a severe pain In my right side, nnd had otlirr troubles caused by a torpid liver nml dpepsia. After giving iteveral nieillolties a (air trial without a. cure, I I iH'gnn to take Acr's .Siir.s.iinirillu. was groutly iM'iielltetl liy the llrst bottle, nml after taking the buttlm I was cured." John Y. llenson, 70 Lawrence St., Lowell, Mass. Lust Mny a large cnrliiint'le broke out on niv nrin". Tim usual remedies had no riled and I wiih cniuliifil to my bed for eight weeks. A friend induced .110 to try Ajer'n Smsi.parilln. Less than three iMittk'H hfuleil the sore. In all my experience with medicine, I never saw more This inctliclno Is com-plete- ly Female THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR I keep nice YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. Send Mrecl Ia keep and neat little store on Lancaster eventhin)! nice Catalogue to J.T. PATTERSON.PMsr. ihcip; so it jou (jet hungry or and neat and ery for dry, this i the pi ue to buy If jou don't Klictc me, call and ec Respectfull), J T IIARKIS ; HH SUKC.KON STANKuKP, Koal lUk'St. iy! Wad 1' Street Nov in nK Ci VorU, Lexington, Kentucky. Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire London is the most convenon reasonable term VnnArda!e' ce'lar audcan furmh bho.u, lleef ient point on the railroad to reach places in the V. KASl!KV and .Mutton at nil tune in the mountain section of the State. W 10 I have opened a Brick Yard and now have i3 coo t- brick ready for alc, or I will take contract I keen mv fresh meat, now build them in wall LADIES & GENTLEMEN MYE1RS MOTElLj STANFORD, KY E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and well-knoHotel still maintains it high reputation, and it Proprietor it determined that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State in it Fare, Appointments, or Attention to his 'Juests. Ilaggage conveyed to and from depot free of char;: Special accommodation to Commercial Traveler. J 11 OF STAN'KOUD DrNUM, ' or Kkntii.k, abote Depot St, LUMBER YARD .1 X OtTice outh tide Stain, t LOUIS SCHLEGEL, PIIOTOG RAPHE R, KICIIMO.VD ICV I'hoto jraph in all style and ue. I'uturo in India Ink, Cr.i on and Water Nen de-n'- n in l'r n r lu'jince-- . 1 1 1 M it. it I have ptirctui.ed the lumber yard, of Messrs. Oeorge I) Wearen and I SI Ilruce and will open Mp ard at the one purchased of Sir. Wearen lleside lumber in rough and dressed, I will carry alxre line of window sashes door and shingle, not and the picket fence formerly old by Sir. Wearen. S O HOCKKR 13 iyr lth. IIII.TOS Clr To the Farmers of Lincoln and DEALERS IS Garrard Oounties- - ii ' .. 1 - -- " """"J biclination to oveitakJ. The galleries lliL'll IIII IIIV UIIM I.I1III4 HI III: Mill 13 urinnged, in emlless iiie.80 Kthel Johnston and little to the that one need not bo exposedexercise-takin- 80011 verified the ballad. weather a moment in all that 'Mar li.ul alitllc l.imli, I live-yem-o- ...... '" .""f, T.'lTS'SS well-kno- g. 11 Hut wo have only had one of that sort of tlavs since ... rival, ami our have been quite unre anil out-goin- lis llceic M'.u white as non, And cicrjwhere that M.ir) uem 'I hi liinl) w .in mre to go " Its second choice is ".Mainnia," who in ' strained. Fishing for "cat" and "bass" are "the order of the day among tho llshernieii, of whom we have live or six, eiithu.sinsof the excite- and indefatigable. One of the day is the inspection and comparison of the diUcient "stiings," 11s tho wearied disciples of the "Ocntle drop in 0110 nfter another, when tho shiulows lengthen. The table is abundantly furnished with the freshest and daintiest of the llnny tribe. Since the water cleared the "takes" of bass liavo been line. The ladies walk, boat and go splashing tho latter every evening in lion of swimming, at a safe plncu a few hundred yards above the falls; wbero the smooth rocWbottoin and water about the uni- form depth of four feet, invite to a safe paddle, before supper. TliereTure sundry attractive excursions the role of foster mother, gives it its milk three times daily. Whe.11 feeding time comes ami tho rations nre withheld for c any cause, the lambkin energetically mauds the leason why, in such an terrupted seiiesof piteous bleats that the whole family is soon aware of its wants, " What shall be done witli it is the tiun just now not settled as yet. 4n old J).iyton, Ohio, friend came in hist night a Ikiptist preacher, Iliother Jennings bringing his two daughters with him.. I promise myself great pleas-uie in hearing the good old man tell tno what ho knows of the I.OHI). Me knows tt good deal, I discovered years ago. Sunday wo bad two services in tho About 'JO of the neighbors dropped in to the morning meeting, These decreased to 10 in the afternoon; and to an appointment for Monday after- noon there was not a single response. So de-tiiinin-incuts ques-Izaak- Another marked pffect of the use ot this mediilna was tint strengthening of my sight." Mrs. Carrio Adams, Holly .Springs, Texas. " I had a dry scaly humor for years, nnd suffered terribly ; and, as my brother and sister wcrti similarly mulcted, I presume tho malady U hereditary. Last winter, Dr. Tyron, (of Kernnndina, Kin., ) recommended mo to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla, nnd continuo it for a year. For tl u mouths I took it dally. I liavo not hail 11 blemish iqon my body for tho T. E. Wiley, UtJ last thruu months." Chambers st., Now York City. " Last full nnd winter I was troubled with a dull, heavy pain In my side. I did not notice It much at first, but it gradually grew worso until It became almost unbearable. During the. latter part of this time, disorders of tho stomach untl liver Increased my troubles. I began taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, nnd, nftor fnlthfully continuing tho uso of this medicine for some months, tho pain disappeared and I was completely cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Kurbush, Haverhill, Mass. Wonderful Results. WOOD WALLACE, TEE GE&TS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fhion nf the di) m the Gent- - Furnoh. t)re. I im inj line will at way lie fouiii in m agent lor the Indunipdi Steim l.undrj, the heit Laundry in thew'.IJ. The Stinford Roller Slill Compan) want your whole wheat crop of iS33, and will pay- incasli the highest mirket price for it Do not sell without first eeinj Superintendent I'otts at the Mill, or the undersigned T I FOSFKH. I're Stanford toller .Mill Co i General Merchandise, KV ROWLAND, , Havejiist opened a new stock of Sten's and Do)' Clothing, Hat, Caps, Hoots, Shoe, Dry Goods, Notion and Family Groceries Also dealers in Coal Country produce taken In exchange for good at highest market price. Come one, come all, and learn the advantages in trade io-6- T AXES X TAXES X Lebanon Planing Mill. 1871. 1888. To The Voters of Lincoln County: The Tax Hooks are now ready for i833J and I am read to receive the taxes Everjbodj wilt please come forward and ply early 30-- tf T I) NF.WLAND, S L C FOB SALE. indcof.McCirmacUCIiuri.h farm of 9;t; .Kreon the Seinf rd .1 I'iV.e,6 mile frnni Stanf rd and in one Will ell pu'ilUly MILLERSBURG TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. FEMALE good a lot pf cattle and mule 43-t- fence 'the farm ! well water.nl and under 1 here I H good A Modern Progressive and Ii t on It a vplendld nrchtrd School ! oulhuildlnji are houe with four room and the 1 tirt-cla- s At the nine time an plirc I will tell Where your daughter will be taught how t) beJA.MKS (SOVKKj COLLEGE a ! A OFFU IT, Proprietor, - - LKUAXO.V, KV. Stanford, Ky. come true ed In w amen, a well thoroughly instructART & MUSIC. Ayer'e Sarsaparilla, PREPARED j ELECTION NOTICE. lheotiT of the rutncrtille, Walnut Flat, Highland and U'.n nesburj; Masisteri.il Districu are hereby notified that b an order of the Lincoln County Court and writ nf flection i.ued by the clerk uY aid court In pursu nice thereto, I wilt a nheritr of md county open . I poll and hn!d an eiCCIIOII ai llic aiiuiii. .uiur pi no ill a iia uis trlct on LITERATURE, Address 37 SCIENCE, Doors, Sash, Minds, Frame, Casing, Ilaie Molding .Mantles, Ilrack'ctt, Cornices, .Stairs, Newels, llalustcr, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, Shingles, Laths, Counter, KloorViii, Siding, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Send for price before buying elsewhere. BT Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man. l'rtco it ; ill bottlet, f 3. Worth S a bottle. I 1 ball-root.- ., Syrup of Figs Is Nature's own true laxative. It is the most easily taken, and the mo3t effective remedy known to Cleanso tbo Systom when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Headaches, Colds, and Foyers; to Curo Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cul. Koranic by A. H. Penny, .Stanford. MONDAY, AlTG. 6, 1888, SI. V Owen in the Turnrr.tillc District m nullify, the removal ofj.hli A Singleton, of the anebur(r I)itrn.t,frm the county, of the Highland tliercino-i- l of K C l)itrict and John Anderson, of the U'uluut the.St.11e District, from licn under niv hand thl ifth day of July, 83. T. H. NKWI.AND, ShentTot Lincoln Co. lJ In e.u h of .ild the fail n re of For the purpue of dl.tr ct. 10 plei-tin- a rill Juntice of the IV ice ticanci) ciuted by CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Slill in IlRODHEAO, the town of Stanford that we defv anv Mill to equal in quality of llour, we think the ol Albright .V Startin beg to inform their manj the county should have cpunty pride alliens to enough friends and customer! of the change in firm nam and sustain the same Ve wish to whom it may concern that we are in the market to buy ) our wheat and corn and will alMARTIN & PERKINS, ways give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery 10 our corn meal The new firm hope not only to sustain the repu- department and can now make meal tn suit any tation of the old, but intend to make many im- person It cannot be equalled by any other mill provements in the manufacture of tobacco which in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our llour and will be 10 the interest of our customers. We will meal department. All having grain in our line devole special attention to our Natural Leal for sale will please ctll at the SIilL where our brand of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking you agent will be found at all timet, who will give the forpast favors and asking for a continuition 01 best prices for same, Uran and shlpstutT always your trade, we remain Respectfully your. in stock. W. N. POTTS, MARTINA-PERKINS- . Siipt., Stanford Holler Mill Co J)i tf. TO THE K, S. ItEV. C. POPE. President, or MRS. S C TRUr.HEART, Lady Principal. Slillersburg, Ky M. rBRKINS K.V., SI AY, 33;. NO aroTXCE t MAHTIN V ., "'rTWwiprT""' -- rywyr"'-- " I 5 - :V f 6 W. T. Hudson, n machinist livingin "A goo man leaveth an inheritance tohischildien's children." The death Jouisvillc, took Rough on Rats ami died of this old gentleman removes from so- iroiu the ellects. liis last words were, Stafford, ciety n member wlicse place, will not "Hero goes a short route to the other soon, if ever, be tilled. Like the tearing world." FramcH, Snsli, IlrackctN, Fred Lazarus, who has conducted n or down of a cheerished W. monument, the spot where it stood will cash dry goods store here for about six Doorn, lIliuclH, Etc. lhobia. Hut no years, sold out on Wednesday to Mr. J. be remembered reverenced. A. C. SINE, Tom ltamsey, the great base- ballist, new structure will be reared which can H. Otter, who will carry on business on DEMOCRATIC TICKET. isin jail in Jellerhonville, on ball write draw about it the attracting respect and tho same plan. who Mr. P. A. Marks received u 'telegram sworn out by two sanctity of the old. Faithfully typical of For PrcMilcnt, Tuesday announcing the death of his trusted him not wisely but too much. the perfect Kentucky gentleman of a At Morley's Station, Cal., James generation that has now almost passed nephew, Joseph A. Newman, at Elbow GROYER CLEVELAND, Ijike, Minnesota. Mr. Newman was Mason, a veteran stage driver, bought a away, there was within him a concenOf New YorV. box of giant powder, sat on it connected with the regular army. No tration of gentlemanly, knightly anil For Viccl'reidenl, and touched a match to it. Tho Coroner christian virtues that was recognized by particulars concerning his death. reon Tho democrats of Boyle county are held and endeared him to all who were assoALLEN G. THURMAN, mainsan inquest in aIM pounds of tho gathered basket. not letting the grass grow under their ciated or acquainted with him. Over a Of Ohio. Messrs. Ives and Stayner, popularly manly courage and strong temperament, feet. The county club met Wednesday For Judge ot the Court of Appeals supposed to be hiding in Canada, walkedl constantly ruled by the sword of a chris- night and did big work. An address by Mr. Iniis at iiuietlv he JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, Tuesday into a courtroom gave Cincinnati tian spirit, o,f ever presented the attract- exposition Colin is regarded as nn able bonds in ing graces of democratic doctrine. afternoon and a gentle deportment and Mrs. Mary Welsh, of Nicholasville, tho sum of 10,000 each to answer the polite manners. With a sound mind For Sheriff of Lincoln County, We are overstocked and WILL sell them. During is visiting Mrs. Lucy Welsh. Mrs. H. indictments found against them. and an honest heart, to which he made THOS. D. NEWLAND. Dudley V. .Smith, of Courtlandt, wisdom and integrity handmaidens, he W. Evans, of Kansas City, is visiting Conn., has collected $15,3(W from the es- went through the seventy years of his Danville friends. .Mr. Felix Fox, of tate of his late grandmother, for the in- pilgrimage an honorable and useful man, Kansas City, is visiting his mother, Mrs. NEWS CONDENSED. crease of three ducks which he loaned doing his duty, Eliza Fox. Mrs. J. L. Ford, ofSt. IOiiis", Trimble county went "dry" on Sat- the lady in 1800. The other heirs ob- faithfully and honestly is visiting her sister, Mrs. James disiKMising charity and assisting others The Prices will be Reduced to within the reach of all. Our entire urday by the small majority of 11). Mrs. Frank Gilcher is visiting ject to Mr. Smith's efforts to make as far as he could and harming no man. stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and Albert Weber, of New York, died of ducks and drakes of the estate, and there friends in Lexington. Mr. D. S. Ami the goodness which was in him was lockjaw, caused by a blow on his nose. heavy weights, will has returned from a visit to Crab will be a legal contest over the claim. born with him, for reared during a period Mrs. Garfield, widow of the PresiThe House Wednesday passed Gov. when it was not nossible for him to nc- - Ort'hnnl. Mr. W. G. Kincnid died nt his home dent, has given 810,000 to the Garfield McCreary's bill providing for the establuiie any more than a limited education, University nt Wichita, Knns. lishment of a land court for the investi- liis virtue's came of natural impulse and Wednesday about 2 o'clock. He was n son of the late Hon. John Kincnid, in Two counterfeiters were arrested in gation and settlement of private land education, science or hi.sday an eminent inemlKT of the Lin- And in no event will any profit be added andraany lots will be sold Pittsburg, Pa., with S4."),000 in spurious clnims in Colorado and the Territories of were far superior to art. coln county bar. After leaving Stanford greenbacks on their persons. r and New Mexico. The court at'HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Cost Bale Alaska As a husband, father and The Senate passed a bill yesterday will bo composed of a Chief Justice and he was as perfect as it is possible for any he came to Danville and lived hen' many and in the Olothing Department only. providing for the holding of terms of the two Associate Justices to be appointed man to be. He was liberal and indul- years nnd while here represented the in Congress. W. G. Kincnid United States Courts at Owensboro. bv the President and confirmed by the gent, but exercised a kind and proper district was a man of liberal education ami n A prohibition club with 40 members Senate. children in discipline and trained his A secret convention of railroad em the way they should go and no patri- graduate of West Point in the same class has been organized at Winchester. Gen. Green Clay Smith is the prime organ- ployes for the consideration of the arch even of the moit blessed days of with U.S. Grant. After a service of izer. ISurlington strike was held at St. Israel's people was ever gathered unto several years in the army, he resigned Ten per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. will renounce the Joseph, Mo., yesterday. David Heplogle, his Father's more tenderly beloved by and studied law with Ids father. He John L. Sullivan practiced w ith success throughout thin prize ring for tho circus ring. He will n stenographer) was caught concealed his children and children's children. & judicial district, but aloiit ." years ago Circus above the hall making a report of the hereafter run the His conduct as a neighbor wis in bought a farm mar Perry ville when he himself. proceedings and narrowly escaped keeping with his (diameter generally. J. H. Athey, a young married man, personnl injuries. He was inipiisoned to Pacing his whole life upon the --ami? lived up to the time of his death. It N committed suicide by shooting himself await charges, as the members of the sKit anil in the same community, no not idle flattery to sav that he was nn through the head, at Memphis; cause convention seem to think it criminal to one can be found there to speak a wonl upright, honorable man nnd u tlionmgh Good .Molasses-- , Sugar- Flour-lia- r gentleman. His sons, Charles K. Kinnot known. ollcct news for the pre-s- . fair name, or instance an un- against his relH cnid and Howard Kincaid, both of WashT. It. Miss Kniuia Morsly, of Louisville, nenrliborlv act done bv him. lie never ington City, were with their father at LANCASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. protected herself against the attack of sought positions at the hands of his fel the time of his death. .Mr. Kiiir.iid died a burly negro burglar by breaking his The circus was well patronized and low citizens and with the exception of a Catholic, having been received into head with a heavy perfume bottle. that of justice of the peace, which was seemed to give satisfaction. the church by Father A. J. Brady, n'si-lerays that the The Courier-JournMiss Mamie McDonald, of Cincin- - thrust upon him by his neighbors, he here, some days ago. ICECKKAiM FKEBViKKS Blaine family, meaning James G. and never held a public office. And whilst nati, is visiting C. W. Sweeney, Esq. Henderson Wcisegarisn monstrous will soon take the stump and his son, sold a a magistrate he stood always in the lead good cornet player and has luen part of W.S.Miller, of preach free whisky and protection. the choir at the coloied Methodist Mr. Kindig, of Philadelphia, for in conservative uprightness As a horse to is church. But convivial The immense seven story building ber of the county court he was beyond soul and when Hendersonfor a atod strikes a notion of Krippendorf k Ditiuan, boot and Hugh L. Mason and wife, of Chici-- question the must prudent and wisest him he'll have it or bust. Mr. shoe men of Cincinnati, was burned go, are visiting the former's parents in was (hunk all dav Sunday and as in the fiscal nll'iiii- - of the i Tuesday. Loss estimated at $".00,000. ' countv. vet withal particularly careful to twilight deepened with a tinge of eve, this city. , ' .' 1,1:.. ..i.uritv was nroneilv dis- - he suddenly remembered his engageT. R. WALTON'S. Marion, Ind., rejoices because the Conven-- K(. Hie Union Sunday-Scho- . . .. :.. ment to dispense religious music; so he ii.... :.i..t i ' i i... i.:n "'-.:...Kjtion,coHiiKteeii oi tiiw ami several ' ,)0I1M.,i nmi that everv Jim obligation of shouldered his cornet and by the time Vntional feoldiew Homo, at that place joining counties, convened here Wcd-- j tll0 ,om)t i10n.tlv antl promptly paid lie reached the church the congrvgntiou ELEGANT GREEN TEA Which will co.it not less than a half mil- - 11CMlny ovenilip. . When Henderson is r U( t,)(, uttJrm0,t f;rMl In fi,,UPjary had assembled. -- Our community was shocked on positions and in positions held by him intoxicated he is almost kittenish in the lion tlollnrfl. T. R. WALTON'S. character and variety of his pranks, and . in Itis iiin.vr..m..lvkinW...iMirn.iii-Tm.Biinv i !. .i when he gets drunk he beconus an if not a revolutionist. As lias " ' NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED 'FRUITS been remarked when Henderson arrived rss-:. i AT . at the temple it wiw filled with eoplc "t niuu""i """"" l,"""S" ever iicam agitinsi mm. T. R. WALTON'S. smiled itguisdyns the idea ocweeks to the Mills Bill. the head with a pistol. He lived but n J)uring his entire life he wa diligent and he to him that if it was devotional curred Heceiver of Gen. W. C. Wickhan, a short time after the shooting. llelcft;j business and without ever being to play after he had reached the Uick of the Newport News and .Mississippi behind n letter to his brother in which charged with or even suspected of parsi part of the church, it was equally so to & Valley Railway, died in his ollice on AT he stated that he had been accused by monv or avarice, acquired a competency toot a little as lie wended his way towMonday afternoon. The doctors attrib ard the rear, and Mr. Weisegarv walked T. R WALTON'S. Mr. E. Brown, by whom he had lately for himself and family. in. and at the tlireshhold his cornet ute his deatli to heart disease. p of been employed as Living the life he did the Iird's prom- belched forth, not an accompaniment to A Chicago young woman wore out propriating some money belonging to ise of length of days, quiet and content- "Old Hundred" or anything calculated FOR SALE ! her $8 parasol over the head of a dudui the firm. He leaves a wife and one ment vn.s fulfilled unto him, except that to waft n fciuner to the shining shore, but who had greeted her with an "all, 11 fl) .me A' n a lively composition known ninong with j il, mo.tljr m child. These were absent at thetime on during the last few days of his life God worldlings who shake their fist as "The Mill Ihhi.C un 11, 4 mil. II C'rali On harJ like. there!" After threshing the fellow to a visit to Mrs. Johnston's parents in visited him and his family with sore af- devil's quickstep." The staid elders K WAI.ION her heart's content, she made him pay Iowa. The event has cast a gloom over flictions, sorrow and death. But amid were amazed and grievi-- und the brethfor the shattered parasol. to affected the whole county. Mr. Johnston was it all he sustained himself and eiicoui-age- d ren and sistersexhibit "boostfew tears nt FOR A unconthe The Democrats of Brcckenritlgecoun-- strictfy moral in every respect, being a those dearest to him with an un- verted small boys tu.... led on to the election held las1; ty, at a primary If hU v i ii"! "lil rem lh huii.r al ,t of church. flinching faith, rememU'riug the wisest tlungnnd would have wildly applauded K U ALTON reasonable figure. Saturday, nominated Thomas Atkinson leading member tho Christian - man's injunction, 'Trust in the Lord Uncle Henderson if they hadn't been were interred here yesterfor County Judge, vice Pulliam, the The remains way down the the with nil thin'i heart and lean not upon afraid. Theelcc - ,,a.v' uNle three elders tackled Uncle II. and Murderer of Miller, resigned, own understanding," and "soothed tried to suppress him, but he cast them thine HUST0NVILLE. tion will he held hi August. with the and sustained by this unfaltering trust, off crying, "You'll play h heavy Scandinavian vote in I The Buy R. The weather is so fearfully dry and he approached his grave like one who music if you don't let me alone!" Reinarriving, the inappropriate Minnesota will this year be deflected hot as to delay the opciiing of the rural d ropery of his couch about forcements wraps the musician and his inappropriate music from the Republican column, owing to schools, in consequence of the houses him and lies down to pleasant dreams." were finally hustled out. The latest ruin favor of tariff rethe stiong sentiment not affording protection from the sun. To those who knew him his character mor concerning the woeful affair is that form. Many of these votes will bo cast The prevalent opinion hero is that and conduct are an example and a les- Henderson lias resigned his position for the Democratic ticket, the remainder the moon's eclipse was a stupendous and will piny no more with the choir. son. Le't his name be honored, for his going with Prohibitionists. The Hepub- - fu.a..l WI.A - ..KlilikllrtttilAt. rt .1m OtW.tl1k ., , I, I,,, .:..,,:,,,. f II.lllll. J riJllllll'lUlllvn Ul lliu rvi.iu good works shall live after him. i CRAB ORCHARD. III ail IiuriV Oils ifuriivu iiiv uuKiiiiiiiiu tors at the conclusion of the farce recalls . end, and its grave will be dug in.,!, the ROCK CASTLE SPRINGS. Mr. T. B. Carson, drummer, is in case of n fellow some fiO Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, . . great .Northwest. 1mWfl July 25. Water- town. Francis, Mrs. Campls'll and her Rot k CastlkSpiiincs, Mr. .""'""6" ..wj.. Sam Hanks nnd Mat bmitzer and the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over to see a tambourine, the notes of which ing place literature is usually regauled daughter are the guests of Mrs. J. D. Miss Kate Foley, all living near High had filled his soul with witching melody. as the veriest slush in nil well regulated Pettus. Bridge, went over to Lexington Monday Dr. Stuart, of New York, has three At last ho saw it and turned away in offices and when sent by correspondents Mrs. Mrs. Mary evening with a view of seeing something "It's is generally gently laid away in that con- patients here and one ofGarnett,Scott's blank amazement muttering: Mrs. Mary lawless of tho city and returning on the night nothing but a d d old sifter." venient receptacle for such effusions the little boys. Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better train. Smitzer got drunk soon after I learn that Mr. and Mrs. J. B. AdThe picnic which will be given in waste basket. 1 shall not therefore Lexington and was locked up Iliguins' woUls at Sugar ams, of Montgomery, Ala., are nt L. B. imnilier letter iinon our readers Mr. W. M.Saturday will be well repre- grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the Grove next in the station, while Hanks, partly craz- Adams'. Mr. Ed Hopper, of Covington, simply because I can, but will merely sented from here. trade. Gome and see our goods before making your selections. ed by liquor, took the young lady to see who has been visiting friends here, left say that starting in favorably impressed, Tho school just beyond the depot is an indecent portion of town and commit- for homo Monday. Mr. Sam Camnilz, has grown in my good opinion being taught by Miss Kate Hays and the You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. ted the hellish crime of rape uon her. of Covington, is here with his brother. the place Sugar Grove by Mrs. Hannah hourly, nnd not being of a selfish nature, school nt She lA'gan last "Monday. They Steger. A inob will likely dispose of Hanks. A large number of our citizens are away I wisli to have everybody come and en- nre both good teachers. . Miss Foley is a very pretty young lady at various summer resorts. Rev. J. C. joy it, hence these few lines. The crowd Our young people very frequently of 16 Hummers and is said to bo of a good MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. Randolph had n large congregation on continlies to grow and but few are attend tlfe balls at Dripping Springs. One family. Sunday notwithstanding. Henry Pow- to tear themselves away after once is alwavs sure to Hud some amusement Judgo Lewis, who emptied 4 barrels there that will interest them and make Saof whisky on tho ground at Harlan court ell, one of our coloied exquisites, return- getting here. Misses Sophie and their stay very enjovable. Mr. S.un Tatem has something liken house, has continued the good work of ed from Junction City Monday evening die Bright, two of Danville's prettiest, on his foot nnd has to walk on searching the town for the "nasty stuff." with his head badly demoralized it, be- have been added since my last to the carbuncle Mr. Will Cuitis and family-wil- l ing his head, however, no serious results scores of pretty girls, that are sweet crutches. move to Lexington to live. A e The stores of John M. Blair, M. E. Howsoon Uriah enough to turn the bends of even as old regret to lose them from our county. ard and several others wen! entered and are anticipated. Mr. and Mrs. emphaticalLivingston and her daughter, barrels, kegs and bottles in profusion Dunn, with son Jes.s and wife, have a codger as myself. This is gone on a round of visits among relatives ly the place for a young man to come if Miss B"lle, of Jessamine, are visiting hustled into tho street, where the Judgo Mr. Jack Mrs. Stephen Pennington. ho wishes to bo lionized and live in an Gout, of Stanford, is spending a week with all possible coolness proceeded to in Fast Lincoln and Garrard. If you with Mr. and Mrs. Cmtis (iover. Mr. atmosphere of tender smiles. knock the bungs and heads out with' an Is Receiving His OEATH'S DOINGS. don't believe mo ask Andy Crawford, of Jesse Mershon, wife and children, of ax, turning tho contents into tho street, Mrs. Margaret Owsley, wife of Joiai-tha- Somerset, who is in the swim. Tlieie Lexington, nre the guests of her parents, while his comrades, about 20 in number, Owsley, died yesterday morning, area number of them here, but not Mr. and Mrs. Grove Kennedy. Messrs. w ith their Winchesters. The Gibbons, of stood guard A. after a short illness, of typhoid fever, in enough to go around and it is sad to see I). S. lliiiman and townE. several days. Danville, were in whisky party in turn rallied, and among her "0tli year. She was a sister of Mr. girls Mrs. George Di'iinv, of Lexbmton, is vis- Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Givo him a Trial themselves leturned to town with blood Craig Lynn, who died a few days ngo, so much sweetness wasted as the iting Mrs. Mollie Scott. Mrs. Sallie nre doimr. in their eyes. Judge Lewis and his par- and like him possessed many good oneself Rhinehait is back from Pineville. Miss Owslev had be-one of the Mrs. The ways to amuse, and enjoy ty met tlium and a hot rencounter took host members of tlio Baptist church near Hopper, of Lebanon, is stopping nt the are so numerous and varied that it leaves Harris House and drinking the medical p'lneo in tho street. A hundred shots or Halls Gap for many years and her death I had the water here. Mrs. James Miller's many more were fired, but none killed. Five will be a great loss to the church, as well no time for writing, even if 1 EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. friends are glad to see her back at her off wounded, to what ex- as to tho community She leaves n hus- inclination to tax your patience. were carried Mechanical, Scientific, has Miss Nannie three cliildien Mrs. J. A. leave in a few moments with a congenial old home. from n visit to Kennedy Mrs. Agricultural and Tactics, Commercial and Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military tent is not known. Judgo Lewis declares band and Preparatory Courses of Study. her sister, returned Xewland and a young Moore, Mm. O. P. and M. C. Williams, at Mt. Vernon. Mr. J.. iho whisky trallle shall cease. Both fac- son to mourn their Iox. Jhr remains party in boats for tho Cumberland COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. II. Hatchings went to Danville this OrT Fall term hrclnii Hrplrnibrr I'i. IHSi. I'or Cntiilnmin mid oilier liiforniMlnn nriilrrM tions are ju arms, and further and more will be laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery mav tell of the trip in another letter. JA.WKH Ii. I'ATTI.UMO. I'll. Ii.. I.rxlimt.ni. Kentilikj. week. W. P. W. tliis morning at 10:!!) o'clock. trouble is expected. en ous 1 n Semi-Week- ly Tho dninngu ilonu by the Wheeling nt $000,000. Fnink Dickinson shot and killed John Kininettoveriin old feud, in Mndi-cocounty, Tuesday. Ky., July 27. 18P8 A bitu from n pet log caused the death of Mi, .lohn S. Martin, at Chi- cn;o. Mie sullcreil tno Horrors 01 nyuro- P. WALTON, Interior Journal CRAIG LYNN. DANILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Hood is esti nintcil SmmOWPMHIRGMILL Scroll Work, Veranda Work, CO, Flooring, Siding, Celling, FIhIhIiIiir Lumber, Superintendent. land-mar- k Moulding;, naloon-keeper- e, CJLOTMINGo JULY AND AUGUST ft '4 mi: Kin-nain- l. Hin-inn- n BE SOLD AT AGTUAL MARKED GOST grand-fathe- Ho Goods Charged; Cash in Every Instance. m Doris-Sulliv- an BRTJCE MoBOBEBTS, Stanford. and and Clean for Sale Cheap. Walton. al nt uteiii-SlVK- ). T. R. W AXTOIT'S. 1 Wei-e-g- ar ' Extracts for Ice Cream ; -- i. ' . ..... ol ,,.......,.,.,,,, X,i Z"C I"1"i i. . i imr, S& r book-deipe- r, mi-a- - -- T V. Fruit Jars Sealing Wax I I gr, , I 1 lv KENT! M I I Two-third- s 1 Want to a Small Lot of Ilav. T. Walton.. . II BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! J ..,,., 111- ,,,. - iin-iui- m r GEO. WEiSLHEJSr. MIN'G'R, MERCHANT TAILOR AND SUMMER m n SPRING GOODS. iiuall-itie- s. STATE COLLEGE i i KENTUCKY k I to ""T.""-?-' '? "VSf""" txX inteicfiting letter from our old Oru Ijincaster correspondent givi s lliiniHlduV. friend, Mr. T. W. Wash, of Liberty, came the full details of the suicide of .1 . Ureek vv too late for tills issue, but will appear in Jobiiistou, at that place. Mr. Johnston, Gkt ii KJl tliiinur at Ziininer'8 rcstmi-ran- t our next. will be lenicmbered, tool: the role of it . K.c. WALTON, bum. ManaKor for iijct'iits. "David, the Shepherd Hoy," in the perLr.T as many democratH as can be presICHllEOiTID, ICTT. formance given by the Lancaster tioujo Wk have jttHt received a few Hllk IintH. ent at the convention nttheCourt-Hous- e Fall Ftcnlty. T wcWe Departments of Study. Healthy location In the, heart of TUue Ora region, ucuncu nnci ootpuauio community, MoiIerntscxticnici.lKn tnl2(0. Altrndancn tlui.Y '1, 1888 I'lenso eall and examine. Kv Owsley t evening, Saturday, to appoint a couple of mouths ago. latt noMlon 233, from 20 Stntca. Next Hclon opens Sept. 12, lsss. For full luforniatlou and Catalogue. Apply to L. H. BLANTON, D. D.. CHANCELLOR. Cruiir. delegates to the district convention, Likes StanforJ Roller Mills Flour. Published Every TuoBday and Friday Nth SrAXioni) Fun a Mills, DearSirs: For Ho vrdi:im W'a.nii:!). A nice front which convenes at Danville August to nominate a democratic candidate for four ycais I have been using a brand of room and ood hoard will he furnished Congress. S'J I Kit VMAK.IN ADVAN'OM a mniill family. Mrs. Kate Diidderar. Hour anil have never found anything to pension hoard examined twelve equal it, until I tiled your Patent So. 1, Tub Whin not no paid $3.00 will Le chgcd.u Fou Hknt. Two suites of rooms in applicant!! for pensions Wednesday and and I Is'lieve it not only equals it, but the Karris e I.inney huildinjf, opposite, the Inst one passed. The day seems not is far superior. end me 5 more barrels. tliu I'ortmnii House for rent. Apply to I), (i. Si.roiiTi:u. far distant wlien even those who heard L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. W. K. llnm-eof the war will draw money they have MATTeRS. MATRIMONIAL ,.11 31pm Mail train goinii North Mas. LoriNA Co, of Humphrey, will no earthly right to from the government. ' ....131pm South mm ..H37pn pre train " South Ih? in Stanford the llrnt Monday in AuJohn M. Hall, a widower of .", nnd ' North A i.i.TTKi: received from the editor at .JIM" gust and will he ready for any IiiihIiicxh ...6 jaim Miss Clara Innis were mnrried at the Local I night North Itock Castle Springs yesterday informed ...63s pni South. bride's home near May wood Tuesday. in the K'iiMion line. 1 hi latter trmnt also carry atngen and take us thai he will return m William McCJuHey and Miss Maltha Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by calculated on itanilaril time, Solar The above is Tin: town tax books are now ready charge of this paper, his foot being a Kpperson, a pretty little damsel of 17 time is ahoul io mlnulfs faster. Bakery, Restaurant and a First-Clas- s and .Marwhnl tJeorge Carpenter will he good ileal better. We will not attempt summers, were married Wednesday at Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, CARD. California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand every- K. Q. LOCAL TIME around to see you in a few ilnys. I'leiisc n valedictory on retiring, but in our the bride's father's, at Highland. way bow out, nodoubt usually awkward thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Trains leasr Koxland at 3 33 a m and 7 o a m ireiaiu for hit) coming. , tit.d return at t p in and E.o p m greatly to the delight of thousands of CHURCH AFrAlHS. Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try The latent thing out in the way of readers of the Inteiuoii Jont.vu.. their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. Wc do our own work. Come weating ring !h to let it adorn the Hid. J. Ikll (tib'on writes that lie Tin: lA'hation Standard comes back at will be back from Hook MEANS IU8INE8S. thumb of the right hand. The Stanford Catle Springs and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. wo referred to him as a redRespectfully, SCHILLING & ZIKMER, nml ot)ulace who keep pure, with the fash- us because and will till Ids pulpit Sunday next. and Jewelry rejuilrcri Watuii-conion should at once follow suite, or they headed editor, Ac. We care not to vwirntntetl. A. K. Penny. KlderJ. i. Livingston will preach Wholesale and Retail. tinue these slings of sarcasm, as we canOastoii oil, lanl oil and nmcliinu oil might be termed Just a bit alow. at the at Preachprsvillo on how it would in the least interest & StajjgV. not see . of all kindn at McHobcrtH Sunday morning at II o'clock. He will 'SuniiK Himiin, a negro in the Wal- our readerH and too we feel like doing also preach at the usual hour Tiircbcst iInw to buy drugx, iatent at night. in at A. H. nut Flat district, oilers a liberal reward anything else but juarreling this deuntl toilet nrtlulru Uev. James Uairison, of Lexington, I't'imy'H. Ixdianon gentlelightful weather. The for information lending to the has just closed a two week's meeting nt Ui'y vonr book, ink, tabk'tx. of his boy, aged 17, who left his man will therefoie please excuse us from of all the church nt Tiirners;villo, which result and seliool supplies imju-riaieiital roof on the Nth. He h a gen- further argument, which was gotten up ed in .'W addition". kinds from A. H. IVnny. The members were is nlioiit 0 by himself to give his paper notoriety. 1 ininnintci' all winches- and every ar- tleman of the blonde type and greatly awakened by the meeting, which ticle of Jewelry sell to Ik; just tut repre- feet tall. Fitosi the account the papers give, the bus been the source of reat good. sented. A. H." IVnny. I iiAVt: gone into the hhoemakiug and High Kridge camp meeting must have At the High Bridge Camp Meet.. repairing business for myself and disgraceful from lsginning to end. ing, Sunday, Sam Jones told them how SOMEWHAT PERSONAL been :n in; r....... ... ..... 1. ....... .......v. number of persons have been lined to build up character, nml here is a sam"III 1... . .IIIHI Ilk fill I)AVBXTi:K,ofMuvriio,,, waHli,jHlUt wM" Any (; for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, ple brick in the edifice which ho elected: town ycstenlity. wheie I will be glad to wait on my old while 011 Sunday last drunken rowdies "The Democratic paity is represented Mi:, s. ( I.ackky in visiting hei sister, customers and as many now ones as may took the day. Those of our people w ho by a Ijiirrel of whisky and the Bepublicnn Mrs. W. M. FieliN, at come. T. .1. Hatcher. intended going now congratulate them- party by negroes. If I had to n wallow Mim. Moonv II uiix,of Jjinoaster, has home. Camp meet- either I would prefer to pin back the on been visiting Mrs. Kttn V.tn:ndale. Aii. we urge the democrats to do selves and staying at High Bridge, should ears of the negro and swallow him especially ings, Miss M.utv Timlin..:, of Madison coun- their duty by going to the olls Monday, whole." Wallowing in such as ho suppressed. 1'. Aug. tith, and voting forThontnHl). d ty, is the guest of her aunt, Mis. this is admirably a lapud to building up for shciill. A lack of duty on the Coaciiks will be attached to through diameter. .Ntinnellcy. i'1ii iBif.yia i '" Mnssnw. (!i:o. Jr. Hocrwi, M. F. Klkin jwirt of even a few democrats might give freight trains between Lebanonand se- - us a republican in the place of this ino-- t August -- d and :M, to accommodate FARM ANDTRADE ITEMS. and Hervev Helm are all sick, none Will keep constancy oahmd a larjo and jeleit lino o: Furniture worthy democrat, tin early and stay people to and from the Stanford Fair and notify, however. Forty-eigyearling mules for sale. excursion tickets will be on sale at each Maoou: Owsi.ky late and see that your neighbors go. Misr.s M ttii: and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will b as low as such goods Catron ft Nunnelley. station between thir-- points on above aie visiting their friend, Mis Alma Ha-- , Give me a trial and 'Da will b3 conA couple of sows and pigs for sale. can be bought in the cities. Tin: Kirkille lair Unlay. A dates. Train will leave London at I gan, near Kirksville. vinced that I sell lower than tha lowest. K. K. Banow, Stanford. o'clock . w., arriving at Stanford about Mit. U. W. Twniu.i:, of ,lriiiglli.llfKl',"learofHtockliannlrvail.VKMU'niii Mercer County Fair nt Hnrrods-buithis county and the prospects are tlmt AIM t. m., returning leave Stanford for Mo., is here on x visit to his hiii, Mr. 7. Ky., Tuesday, Aug. the show of line horM-- will this year lmdon at ."i::M r. m. Leave Lebanon at W. A. Tribble, and other relatives. Wild West Show nt the Meicer ' fornu'r exhibit. A lmI S:IU) a. r., arrive at Stanford ll:'t) a. m.; Mis.KMtMii.t'i mi and Susie Yen-- ',lil"' will go from here returning leave Manfoid at "::" i M. for County Fair each day. Don't fail to at' per, twolovelvvoungladiefii.m Louis-- ! " tend. villi-n counle of weeks at ' """evening ami enjoy me nop ai ivirks I.olKinou. are Wvstkii To buy a good combined ville to'iiight and be on hand for the Mr. Adam W. Carpenter's-Imme fdiool for the lilplicr cilurnton of von up women. Art. MuMc ami Literary Wr. have been shown by his grandson, mine, a black or a bay preferred. Call fair Kirksvillians know betI.fK'.'itUm licnltliv, fiicultt- coniH'tmt. terms reasonable lor advantages offered, Miss M01.1.11: J'trvTov has returned Willie Craig, "The Literary Scrap 15ook" at this olllco. Ilpliti-- . w nslilitpr unit tuition In Uterarv Depattment unit for lifO.OO lol ter than any people how to m:ke it fron. Knoxtille, where she has Wen to celoii from September till June. Without inuMc 200 W). SJff Semi for catalogue- to ofover'JtK) pages, printed by Mr. H. Wnkelield, Moieland & Co. sold to see herbiothcr, Masierson Peyton, who, pleasant for the young folks. Principals, KYS: S: VanArxlale, in Harrodshurg in 1KT.J. Moses Kahn. SI bead of loOO-Icattle we are ulad to say, is up xgitiit. It has been many a day since that Mr. VanArsdale had at that time served for '2' per cwt. It was MKs Hee Sullivan, of Cincin-n.U- great lover of a circus, "I'ncle Joe" Da thiee years as a practical printer and crop The inteil of Miss Mary Sullivan, of vis, lias missed 0110 tnat has exliilutctl quit the business, having made a fortune estimatedwheat OO.nOOof Daviess county is at Louisville, wlio was the guest of the j , The old gentleman is very low in that time, as printers always do. He much as ever grown before. Misses I lutes. Our iutormaut wno uave with abcess of the liver and tJiu probais now SI years of ape and still distinctly Running and Trotting ii" this not things "kinder tangled up." bility istliat lie will not live long. It and nrcnr.itely remeinlM-r- nearly all the day at the Mencr County Fair. Don't Wk notlfi in the Winchester Sun that bardlv looked like a circus was in town mysteries of the '"art preservative of all forget the date, Aug. t I.. " w;"" ' .''V yesterday as Mr. Davis, who usually arts." and seems to refer to the fact '. . See the competitive Beef Cuttle tliatpae a.e viewing " WK"" " aytl amiiiul tin- t fnitii tin- time it with pardonable ' .ride that he was once IJings at the Mercer County Fair, Aug. III tllii Ilwt fill T.ii.it....tl. I'ofn iiflnriL was stretched till it was taken down, ., j,rnitr.tl printer, 4th, fiuirdays. SHK) to the best held. Misses Annie Shanks, nt this place, and ciiitld Ih- - seen nowlieie. DM I licle Mr. J. s. Muiphy, who is ?. years tliat usually atNotuino like tlieeiowd Nancy ltagland, of whom Miss Shanks wis ItosH-I- mid Dr. Itrown, of lius-- j old, says this has been the limsst, seacircuses took in Main it Co.'s is the guest. touville, weie both there though, which tend yesterday. It had exhibited at son for taking ciuv of erojis he Iuls ever and Jesse Cisik, partly made up for the absence of Mr.' Missus IIksaic Crab Orchard anil Ijintstster and the seen. of Hustonvillu, and Mixvsrs. .1. II. Mixue, Davis. John T. Hughes to Mr. Ame. people weiv too well acquainted with it Danville, and W. D. Woathorford, a pair of leiv Xoiiji i. Sciiooi. and llusiness to patronize it. Cairying no menagerie a millionaire of Ckntimi. who have been making heaihU"r-tersatth- e gelding-- , I years old, 1" ban Is was of roadster l!uvell Sjirings for several 'ollege, Pleasuieville, Henry Co., Ky.iand110teve11allb11lingaring.it high, for ,"(; also u single ru.idtcr for I'lill Hesslon opens hn-- t I uesday in Sept., ,.,,rM. ,, very poor excuse for a circus. this cit last Satiudny. days, wen-i). Paris Keiituckian. '.ss-siys table InmipI, mom lent yw j0kon of the clowns which were the 510 Columbia Spectator. In sending ns a complimentary. weeks. Private board nsrt of the show, wine for the Mn. Jmiv II. WooiMoeV pasM-thr' and tuition for ten Secretary W. L. Baker, of the Adair, Co. Wislnesday on his way to Uinwister fmiii 5U per week; nsini rent ode per week. most part stale and dry, the only redeem- Association, savs: "Our premium liCollege equal to any in the ing features being the clever work of Cumberland Falls where hu has spent) has been increased until it is one of the a couple of weeks with the llarnenj State. Sehools of Music and Ait taught Andy Spears as a "general utility man" , Teleg- - and the Adair Brothers' Japanese perch hot in the State. AW give $1,000 to! tioune. lie ninh they are all looking! by artists of Ability. ntpny aniuypo-wiiniitatignt ny com-.- . and trapeze act. For want of time we trotting races and have a trot inch day. splendidlv and especially Hio. Rimes, COMf-wLTcbfThive hundred and left befoie the concert. On account of Bemember our date, Aug. 'J! to ii inclu,,f i...iin.ulletent teachers. 1... i...;..t .J ,. AL w'AVS ON ' j............ miiv inn Mill' iih .. ......! ' sive." matriculates last year. We K. j,,,, U,VIK, .;7 for ,,u., during his icciiMtion. The troupe goes Couit Day .1. A. 'umsey reports have the school and nt living prices, mice, they did not exhibit last night. toOlenn Mary, Teiin., in a few days, Send for catalogue. Address J. II. L'."0 cattle on the market, ll' he.ul plain and after a week's meeting will go to 1,IV0 cattle,!-.'- ; .'id head of HOtMb. steels. Coi.i.on w Nam k, who lives near Piesident. Danville. MIO S:W.(s"); 'S. head of plain iiinie in town Wednesday and Wi:nxiM.n evening as the icligious :'.! yearlings a warrant of arrest issued for Mrs. lbs., Slit; JO 700-lhad LOCAL LORE. editor of this paper was returning from cattle &.;.(;.'; a bunch of ISuer, who ho claimed had tired plain tbo base ball game, accompanied by a I.ucretia at S. S. MyoiV. Nhw Potatoks two shots at him while he was passing short yearlings Sl'r.05. The feeling was young lady, who desires that her name ami stating at tlie taune time good in cattle and the price at least be kept from the public, more especially her house Silk Hats at Owsley Craig's. that he had given her no cause for so cent better than last tonrt. Cattle all in this article, the buggy in which thev ' doing. From a gentleman wlo is in it sold. -- Winchester Sun. Zni.Mi:u makes the best lemonade in were riding all of a sudden disunited its to know we learned that for tow u. fmfit mill f U'lllWIIU ' fltltl III WW !Mlt situation XKW AIiVKUTISKMKXTS. some time Mr. Nance had been guilty of . .., , , , . tin to Ziuinior'h for a square meal for thing else but gentle, precipitated the t'lllll . , t.o tii i:rivii-itit nvi llllllvill occupants to the ground. The horse, 25 cents. by Mrs. Jlaor's, who lives on Hangwhich seemed to think it was his duty to rode HEIRS WANTED. Yotut account is dimand ready. Please pull the front wheels only, started oil' at ing Fork and her patience nt last ceasing to be a virtue she shot at him, to I'ejton I'mlirtt', n nf Sunlnr.!, K , call and settle. A. It. Penny. n lively gait, seemingly iiuawaiv of the the scare him, for being a veiy poor shot licit onnt4ti Oi d.iy of May, Ik88, liiviiir for distribution jiiioiik luOieilfc. The fact that he had hanging to tlie other Klirnbtth, Mary ami Dllkiois ice cieain and let) cold loim end of the reins tlie religious editor, she know she could not hit him. Mrs. OerrOi'nt h.itl tlucc kUtrri, about the vrar i'MJ Dully, who lift tills county liner, although seemingly a nice lady, I'.hz.iliclh an.) Marv whin last of were onadeat Ziiniuei's. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical WatchMethodist inclined, and who has a grip nml in hi has had a good deal of trouble since she ' I'lif. thl State " Dolly ih.it portion known as maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness I'urch.tsc uhi'iilast liearil of was a for tilings other than chicken legs. A Pkilio.nh having oxpi ess packages for moved hero from Ohio, and tlie law will rmiilcnt of Kansas. All) prr.snn li.uinir nny in. fonnatinn a to the prcsvut residence of the uhov and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glass j to suit the the II. & O. 1'xpress will please leave stout pull of the loins with one hand no doubt take the case in its hands now naiiicil parties or thuir heirs, will plcuic write to me tit Stanford, l.inis'n onntv Ky. my olllco or hang out the paste- the other holding fast to a lamp post, and see in whom the fault lies. them nt JOHN M HAIL, Kvecutor. 47 board signs I have furnished them. A. which just then came to his assistance soon caused the horse to come to a hall. loathe third time the Olympic! of T. Nunnelley, Agent. Iicalir.iug the fact that he should have Louisville defeated the IXTiimou Join- old accounts not paid by August turned his attention to the lady instead xi. Huso Hall Club at the public school All Wednesday evening, by a A rustee of J H M n Nt will be placed hi the hands of an of the horse, but hero let him say that gi omuls, will sell .it pnMi hi uer on ouury to the hi 'i for collection. Six mouths is as long she assured him before they touched the score- of Hi to Our namesakes, instead .A. as I can wait for my money and I am ground that she was unhiiit, and that of preparing for tlie gaino and getting .. w r 4, ziiS'd, compelled to do this. A. T. Niinnel- - Mr. Lucien Lasley was on the spot and their best men, paid no attention till II (In lie premise at MorcUml Stall m, t.in. nn.it ley. ho with his good wife were giving tlie last moment and the consequence sjiiiitliern K It., the followine; pn. crt , m0m- - who has been in their undMilod attention to her, ho went wastheirninowasapicked uponoinstead Mil. Walikii Fiiii.iw, A iucl of (foods that will invoice about $700, einhraone; huts, cups, feeble, health for some time, got out of back and to his delight saw that from of the regular players. The I. .L's went tinware uiuliiivcuswire; Inn ts, shoes, li.inhv.irr, nut 30 worth of uusjla on the hie tjooiU in the slock bed nnd left his 100111 .Monday night the smile on her face she had heaitily to bat Ilrst and made thiee scores liuiise anil lot in Miirelatid Thit house played a Oil" without the knowledge of the other oc- enjoyed the performance between him Ilrst inning, but after that coinlcirlalletwistorv ilnrlliiiK ami th lot cm land. house. Tuesday morn- and the hoio, in which he came out very poor game. The only redeeming lir.ii'r- - He acre of fertile lot uitli cupants of the set of tods. buttery "IUacI.si.illh shun and his is tin- only shop in insn ami has fine ru" ing ho was lound lying 011 the porch in a second best. With that determination feature was the work of the and Kmbry, who of cllstnin. very critical condition ami as still' as possessed by no others than Methodists, composed of in;. One irmt ill tiillliuri'il lilml of ai rts, dead, llosoon rallied, lie immediately sent for another rig, and played all thiough a pretty fair game, ini'esviist of KiiImiiIss Matmn, Cfi S K 1: , In I'u GRAND JUBILEE celsbraling the Settlement of tho Northwestern Territory. though he woro was enjoying the driveus The Olympics aio nil good players and laskl iniiitv. Ailjclnlnj; same, ift acres wlih however, and is now able to bo going in ten minutes t tie to the latter tr.u t duellini;. A uiveii about, although there scorns to he some if nothing had happened. He desires to it is not a wonder that an amateur club he Imai-- . Half uih; lu kiicj in o ili. N'utc Mpj. Lisloy for their! like defeat at the hands of ltti ,;oihI secmlij unit l.in rcihiiicd m fealtt trouble about his mind as lie talks at thank Mr. and Tln indebted to J H .M inks, wlin hi nt ray Mr. Scott, and is not at all the saint) man kindness in rendering Midi timely as-- n dub so near professionals. random ky das, .if Mite;, will li.nl thir aceoinvs in ilic and to the young lady, who do- - of Danville, umpired verysatisfactorily to hcin.'' 'fanoifictr lorolliMtio . All iHimh hnvho was before the attack, lie is some sistance ill dared she was not the lotist niad, but both bides and the g.unu was liarmoni-wh- Injt rlulms against J If. Mln t thvm wild 7.1 years old and it may hu that lie is in nitrl wrM COUNTS. FROSS 1DW Mill AI.COKN, 47 had sudi stiilieiei cause to be. ,us from beginning to end. his dotage. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Tin: best milk shake in town at K. II. Ax X CENTRAL UNIVERSITY m m f HTAKI-'OKI)- . . -- j I NEW! NEW! NEW! Mo 4 y. 1 MMMElfil, to-da- y m m n ss s school-hous- e where-nlwtii- H , - SEW FURNITURE STORE mau:k jhuwmak, vkdp, 1 1 here-.....-- MkX&J I r 1 liog-wns- h 1 New-lau- Iaiii-do- n ?Bfeiwr if'''' ht v j o s g, s 14-1- 1 - fi: I'.'l' , : Madison Female Institute, Miii-lc . K4' 1 RICHMOND, - il i, -'- ;:::: soffins, gaskets, robes. s . 1 . . .... I , - t.-n- - ' J ' I show-her- Jhk ld Itich-111011- : Bo-to- u, -- n -- ; ?-s.- ga-ate-r ' Pu-iiie- ss -t J WA&Xi PAP3S2a 0i r-- 1 Short-hand- and FUR.2TITTJKrV i S' g , ,,,.. RAND. 'jKAHEBiT,, Se-eie- st, y, -- year-old, IFXjIE LSE 0 S333RVJS SOO-l- M'ROBERTSSTAGG HI U ' r i nnoiil-eralil- e WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. r ee. PTJBli'iC iAXE. nil!-c- ur I I - ."). . Cincinnati trv i Saturday, August c wwmt 31 r .tijjiLi3aAr t&. Ill' 5"' ..OHIO VflLLET J 1. i 11 I - 11 CfHTEHHIflL EPOSIHOH I 4 l I 1 j - o l.i-(.ii- 111 I ru-ti- EXCURSION RATBSi 0k00 i', sOi-ii' TJNSURPASSKP DISPLAY. ALL ljJHiOLiiLk iAUiV-rfrrfriis.- jl fig. t!l- -i t - . A ui i jvJz it tolV,ift. La4 WJ V jV . biC.'.-jw- . . ji-- is I f . 3ftu!.1i!iAl- - JfJ--- .jJy .''''. nvuti& 9uA A J rf. trt'-v-'-. X - TTxnKTTusgj (pW-'N- f4m0ktynmktmm pn fti Mutest Mrs. dear doctor, the io oo bcasoa linn prostrated uie; my nerves tiro 3,1 Hot Hore Mule under I ear , 10 00 Hest llorc Mule I esr anJ under 3 An daughter of L. G. completely gone. What do I need?" 3 1000 33 licit Hone Mule ajear and oter Cook, manager Livingston Coal Co., died LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Doctor "Absolute rest and tjuict, mad- ji licit Mure Mule under tear 10 00 35 Monday. Democratic Convention. year and tinder j in 00 Two miles South nl Stanford on Nenl'a Creek. am." 37 Rett Mare Mute The democrats meet here A ninos convention of the democracy 10 oo Addre.t 111c ill Carhtlc, K) V, CKAIU. Mrs. Veneer "Where can I get it? 3? licit Mare Mule 1 yean old and oter THE LARGEST AND FINEST 10 00 of Lincoln county is hereby cnlleil to to appoint delegates tothe Congressional Shall 1 try the Springs or Pineville.'" 39 Hot Marc and Mule Colt lionet lurhiddle Purpose: in Stanford nt convention at Danville. meet nt tlio court-hous- e HOTEL IN THE OITY. Doctor "Neither, my dear madam! 40 lle.t Stallion or Gelding land under j.... 10 oo James Thurman Thompson arrived Too :! r. m., Saturday, July 28, 1888, to exciting, too exciting! Try a few 41 licit Stilllon or fielding j and under 4.... 1000 MeKINNKV, KY. delegates to the district conven- here Monday and has taken up his abode weeks in a to.vu VMieieliu'Uieichautsdo 41 Ileal Stallion 4 cira and oter in 00 RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD15 00 4j Rett Saddle Stallion any age tion to be held nt Danville on W'ednes-slay- , at F. L. Thompson's. All doing well. Kor lrugt, Medicine, the f.unotit Strop 01 FIk not adveltlse. Trotting1: and tiifcet tour prc.crlptlont prompllv and corAll accounts due F. L. Thompson Auir. 8, 18S8, to no:uinat' a demoING TO ROOMS. bct In 3, mile heats 100 00 rectly ruled at all hour, and to get your Staple Tile .i!;toi ufl..e Uyiiiiiiuii.t Domociat 14 4 yean and under, and $15 to second. cratic candidate for Representative in not settled by August 4tli will be found (iroceriet, fine Clg.m, Tnikt Article, tic , u '" fir-- t $75 to l.otd . Co , McKiiiney llr J A. WM.i.lAM.S pour-hull!- .' a lewdays 45 1:31 cla on llic track. J best in 5, mil in the hands of Attorney J. V. Hrown visited the the next Congress. will attend to niirdrtig dcpirtmciiti al.o attend to TURKISH .V RUSSIAN IIATIIS IN HOI EL beat I5 00 the want of the tick, nlht or day, in town or 2t ago, ami in ucsciibiug what he saw, got for collection. Tiios. I). Nr.vvi.Axn, It. 1'axton, J. country. $100 to tint $30 to second, $o to third 30 Chairman. .Secretary, The n'ws of the suicide of Hreck things a uttio mixed, ill the lollowing THE FLORENCE Harnett Stock, continued : nt Lancaster, was received with paragraph: Johnson, o 00 Host Marc Colt under I year 4 S. O. DAVIS, WAYNESBURG. many expressions of regret )y numerous in 00 "w'v noticed four woik mules and 17 Rest Mare Colt year and 1 Son have moved friends at this place. 1000 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, II. W. Caldwell thice good cows, that lurnish id! the 4S licit Mare tear and under 3 10 oo and their stave mill to Harvey Floyd's and seriously milk and butter lised by the inmates, of 49 Hot Marc 3 ycart and under 2ht the John Parker, who was so MT. VEitNO.V, KV. ....,1000 oter 50 Hen Mare 4 ycart Wa.hing Machine and am now prepared tofurnlih ore now sawiiii; his u hite oak into oil stabbed by Proctor last Sunday night, is whom there are now 2d in number, all 31 Hot Fiincy Mare or (.elding, shown In all who may with to ta.e their clothe, from the , rubbing tearing Incident to the old proce.t of 10 00 barnctt barrel atnven. yet alive, but there is but little prospect white but Jive." Office nent doir to Vhilehead"t Drug Store, wathlng.andlake one andtry It and be contlnccd. Stveepttake: itmding of the additional siding of his recovery. Proctor is yet under Special attention giren to ditea.et of children The I'll not vorry you about huyli'K unlet you are. f 13 00 51 Hitt Harnett Stallion any age ly tatittied a. to il mcrilt, 13 00 at this place has been completed and is guard, awaiting the result of Parker's 33 Rett liarneit Marenny uje 'I he iindcnigned hate purchased the I'loren e Wathlng machine and after a thurough trltl, ( i. The F.xhlbition will coin tienee at 9 o'clock a. now ready for the cross ties and rails. wounds. take ptea.ure in adding our tetliniony to It. orlh, he made tilth m , by which time all enlriet mutt 1ILTTCHER This extra side track will add much to and without he.ilalion pronounce It a ucc.t in F. M. Ansley, gonuml road master ff he Secretary. every particular, doing all that I. claimed for It -, convenience of the shippers from the L. it X., has the reputation of being the I hate opened a hull her thxp at Knw ami in Wm Daugherty. J W. Wallace, Dr. Il.turrGATE KKKS: Is doatrod and admired by all. Among the Kerrill Stun' home and am prepared to furiiith Mr.-- s I' Salter, A. C. Sine, Hill Herkin., l.ewi. this point. the best otllcial in that line in the South. tho things which may best 1ms done to ..socentt tho pub ic with ab kind ot ni.ult, tith and nj Footman Dudderar, I. R. I.ynn, I., I tlawtnn, (. Villi) I I C. C. Gooch & Co., the wide-awak- e He has brought the road-be- d cntitin ten in their tvaum Mr. Amanda I'eak, t.corge I'ejion, Ale II It to its pres3 Hone and Rider "tin ue running my wagon At cnlmnco personal deiitentig meat In my claw, C. C i'ieldt, Alherl Camden, Sim Kainet, K .jo centt Vehicle and Druer merchants of this place, have so increaM-- d ent splendid condition, after four years' beauty U the dally in Muuford and riciuily K. Harrow, A .M. lei nil and many othcrt 7 centt M r KI.KIN M V Y KIN. 1'cr.oii 10 car old and under 13 tf use of Ayer's Ilulr their business that they were vo constant work and good management. lead.uailcr. at S. S ll)er ttare Persons under 10 year of age, free. Vigor. No matter to hire an additional clerk. They Nothing occurred to disturb the Admit all t chiclet free of charge tho carry what tho color of t liavo secured .Tell" I'adeett, who, with peace at the circus here Monday, except to the ring at J3 icntt each. the hair, this prepacut with n lawn mower, stands two women had a regular hair pulling lusiis hair ration gives It a I At Agent tor a Tool, I tvil I tre and pliancy that behind the counter with some smiles and scratching (luring the performance, till deliver to regular outimen in Stanfurd and I Will-AT- . tell vu buthelt of Wheat. The Original Wins. ticimtyetery morning odds greatly to lu Sample of Wheat will be ready for inspection of that he always puts on, especially when on account of one thinking the other1 C.F, Simmon, St. Loula, Pron'r charm. Should the ! buyer on and after July Uth at Red I Unite, ill At M, A. Slmmom I.lrcr Medicine, K.t'J being noticed too much by the oththe ladies come to see him. was Madivin county. Hartey Cobb hair 1ms thin, harsh, jSo, In the U. S. Court DiriATa J Account mutt be vid at the clote of each month E. It. Caldwell, Sr., of Stanford, is er's husband. lt.Zeilln,rrop'rA.Q.SImmoni Lie. or when cuttomer quit. JviIfViMlfesT dry, or turning gray, r Hegul.tor, Kfd by Zeilln iS6. K R IIVKKtnV i) A number of changes in the agents visiting his brother, II. W. Caldwell, of Ayer's Hulr Vigor M. A. 8. L,. M, haa for 47 year EDWARD H. FOX, cured iNbloitTlo., HlLIOLtNits. the will restore this place. Misses Sallie and Mnttie and operators along the line will take ssmJatlVfaV'' UTararu,SiCK C. A. BENEDICT & CO., color, bring out a McChiro and Eliza Pitman, of Mt. Ver- place about the 1st of August. J. A. ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, ArnTT. n.Soi-- Hiadaciii.Lo.t Stomach, Ktc new growth, and . t. nearaa, rajtor M. K. New land, of Pittsburg, goes to Crab Ornon, are expected to arrive hero Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Church, Adam., Tann., whteii"! IJAN'VIIalaK, KV. render tho old soft and shiny. For , ik anouiu na ocen dead but on a visit to Mrs. S. P. Gooch. They chard; Frank Clifford, of Livingston, gets keeping tho scalp clean, cool, and STANFORD, K for your Genulna M. A. Sim Hat mot ed to hi. elegant new building opposite during the two London; Mr. O'Brvan. of Crab Orchard, healthy, thero Li no better preparation will probably remain rnont Liter Medicine. Ih.v. posluflice and It better than eter prepared to the had htltM aometimei i..lf tn to-- tubtrllut in tho market. Have not learned aicommodale the public tith line jiKturet from weeks' meeting which bocins at the Bap- will take Rowland. ... ru I mmr ' 7illn guaranteed, Welti drtHed taordVr and I'urn. furni.ke-- at photograph to life sue. Satisfaction " I am freo to oonfe.M that a trial of CtlMrj cln but " Jo0'' tnawer the who will be placed at Livingston. tist chnrch on Saturday night next. factory price yt has convinced mo I purpose." Ayer's Hair Vigor T. G. Taylor, of Pine Hill, has anProf. V. F. Mies' school for the 5 iTJOnJll Dr.J.H.CraTe,ndllor Tki that tt Is a genuine article. Its mo lift i.iufllii, .tlemplilt.Tenn. tayi C W. HETCALf , hay j months fall term is now in full blast. nounced himself ns a candidate for sher- - not only caused the hair ot my wife and recelred a package of your Liter daughter to bo cdicine. and hate tiled half ot li Our mountain town boasts of the best ill' on the democratic ticket It is un Detlrabli-lioinon Itinvilc pike near town. METOALF HAYS. lt work, like a charm. 1 want no pohool-housnow occupied b Mr Mulfelt, gwU noutc eoo the best teacher and the derstood that two of the best men of the better Liter Regulator and cer Abundant and orchard and good ater and 14 aire of exielltiu ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. r do mora of Zcilio ' mutute. hest free school in the mountain end of county me to be deputiesunderMr. TayfANNIK lll'NN MR and but It has given my rather stunted musW ntfnfil riy 4Jand I'l.N'r VII.I.K, KY IIAKIIOURVIM Lincoln. Records will not lie. 15ro. lor in case of hi election. The ticket, tache n respectable length and appearance." It. Ilritton, Oaklund, Ohio. Bogle has just given notice that several as it stands, is n strong one and the reWill praitue in any utt n liaxterii RentmLy Ktaminationt l land tit et ma e a , e ttltt Ant "My hair wim coming out (without school-house- s in the south end7of this publicans will not tiud that easy sailing al anJ l r of timUcr. "ctx ,,.n tlie Irailt unv nsslstanco from my wife, either). r ale. Informati'in I r the I county have been condemned. The on- they have been accustomed to for the I tried Ayer's Itulr Vigor, using only llTotioe-Str- ay Hi If retpwtdcrce tuln lie as ly wonder is that he has not condemned last few years. The democrats nie going one Iwttle, niul I now liuvo wishline a for." head of hair as any ouo could in to win this time. them long before this. It. T. Sohmlttou, Dickson, Tenn. and wether, u- -r to 17 Mountain sheep ewe Miss Ella Joplin has returned from The corn crop in tliN end of I incolu " I havo used Ayer's Ilalr Vigor In my int firm near Shelby Cut. June jo, itU The ' ror refamtlv for n nuinlxT of years, and 3s the lincht that has been seen since 1 an extended visit to Ash G rove. Mo. Kli- "ttiur can get them by patili, p.i.turagein and lot. the Three black one gard it ns tho bust hair preparation I thitadtertiemcnt van remember. The merchants ar- - nil oha Bullock, Jr.. arrived Sunday from know-oIt keeps the scalp clean, tho JOl'NVlUt NtMJTCKiaCOj!i' lit' 11. SI Jttfinwn ., i busy buying and shipping blackberries, the same point. I). F. Myers and fami-Th- e hair soft nnd lively, and preserves tho color. My wlfo has used berry trade is a new item among' ly, of Williamsburg, niv here visitingrel-ou- r original time with most satisfactoryit for rea long A XEAV people, but is bringing ipiittf a gooditives. Miss Hither Turner, a daughter sults." Benjamin M. Johnson, M. D - I eati g I. lli deal of the filthy lucre to our town. Our of Conductor Turner, is visiting this Thomas Hill, Mo. " LANCASTLIl. KY. I section was blessed last Thursday with place. J. L. Whitehead and young Mr. bat Mv hair was becoming harshofand dry, LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Ayers after using half a bottle " Sctf-one of tlios old fashioned clod soakeis Finley, of Williamsburg, were here SunHair Vigor it grew black and glossy. I Hoarding I)tMrtiuent rtclutitfly for girl. t' ljul),S tv t express anil river raisers that the old darkey day. Mr. F. says Wolford will get ti large cannot .Mabel u. the joy and gratitude I Hoy trained for lending College iua uniter.iJiaruy, ueiavan, in. led." I, cv ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE prayed for away back in slaveiy time. soldier vote in the race between the old a m Well elected ioure of ttuit II Moral and manner. tarefvillyin.tllled There wns roiin.tUini..k wind niul sonic war liore:iiul liis father. Mi'js Mnttie - AT abundant ttimon t ter attempieJ between the great finmer Ul O IICIII Tweltetried teuher. ) hail niixeil with the rain, but no serious May Atlnuix and sisters aie visiting Ilry-- 1 J 11 SKINN'KU. Knr information aiiDlr to citie on the llftio Kiter and ( hKigt, and rnr.PAUKD nv l.anca.icr, rvi the fattot nme and n.i.t iomfiablc tram 4 R. antsville. .amnne was done. the South, Weil leH all iHlm.in.oiinieriMri or li, h tram a a ' Dr. J. C. Ayer Sc Co., Lowell, Mats. of ihi. Noithwe.t. I he The burning of Mr. Aimliai trunV line. 11 deiMHnfuie.( I he l.imiled AN HISTORIC EVENT. Sl'CCKtiiR IO tpre.t Sold bv DruESists and rerfumers. Jiouse 11 few days sinee is to he The .iitert rolling .10. 1 we employ glte. pat STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE Unlimited Comfort rcgrt'ttcil by all who know the facts. She Cincinnati's Jubilee ofOne Hundred Days. M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, HiTAt all Couun TirLel Office, in the S STANFORD. KY yoa will find our time laMr. and ttikci. Say M is the widow of Jo Kubank., who had The celebration of the one hundredth SKCi'M' ANMAt KXHIIininN Of non, gel Mrnto,, anil .tiik to Mwiw, il 611 4TU AVENUE. wa t I' b such a painful operation fperforined on anniversary of the settlement of the to tat e mone an,l hat a tea.ani j.itirnet K O. M.COKMIC K A. M., PRESIDENT. KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE, J. M. HUBBARD, Jiini nearly two years since, extracting n Northwest Territory, which is now in l.eneral I'at.cnter ient. (.In n City I uVet .;.ntand Ofhiert stone from his bladder, from the effects progress in Cincinnati, and which is to K. A HiiKSKK, in ilh Ate. I.uui.ville Ky of which lie died afterwards. In the continue for one hundred days and F.ighteetth year lieg'n on A ditcount of 10 er "'tit will 'x? Riten on all I. M. Tan xv a, u Vint i Cmnniiali, t) j meantime his wife gave birth to a child nights, is one of the. most important irdt nt for Hat. with a .opt of the abii. ad 3, tritiM-menTli. r..'a and frtda), Tobeiieid mfntiomn; pair i)r without any nrms. The child is healthy events of the present century. A doen 3n every other way, but is utterly help- States are ollicially represented, the gov Thorough Carefully te'.cted rorpt of letcl.er less for life. In the midst of, all her ernment iKii iiuiiisiisii a iiiagiuiu'cnii'Oi- -- NUr Itett metho-- i Good dl.cipline inttructinn 4 Send fir circular troubles she at last geN her houe and lection of curio- - from Washington, I. C, - - almost everything contained in it burn- ami an uie arrangements 01 tne exposi(lltAHrf KOI'TK, ed. Troubles never come single handed. tion are 011 a broad and liberal plan. OFFlChHs To the Farmers of West Lincoln, .Airs. ubnnk8 is a worthy lady. She The Art Gallery, for instance, is the fin- THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE l'llEslDKM- - IOKKS1I - Itttn Casey and Elsewhere. flits six children left to take care of and est ever seen in this countrv: the intriii. it .. Firtt Vice 1'resiJent J W atker linen K K W. ASstlCIAIHlN. KIRKSVII.I.IC .is :iiow without a home. Any contribu-- f sic value of the paintings in the collec-..:.,.....- .. CENTF.AL KENTUCKY e, l!oy!.-- ; J V Wall... one million dollars. er. Garrard; Jul Kinlrt Madion; Ab,- - Cokman, ...,:.. Hating been authorncd bt Mr C C VnnAr-ile- , 1..... will be thankfullv ICC IV f.iall I'd,,-- . proprietor of Hustontllle Roller Mill., at hi. da Mercer; Jame Mar.t, ItoclcuUe; II H Hrmk-leciL agent for the purchaie of wheat in thij section . of w.. h(, j ,hr annual lair at their gr.uitd The electric light display will be the .v I'ula.Li; John W. Wlupp Ca.ey ..u .. country, 1 can wuii ti,niiuntisn n. mo.--t in the brilliant ever witiie.-.-e- d I)irec!or-friend of the farmim; publli. to ten me before en- - mile from Kirktt II ISaiihroan, I. M Itruc, Cmir Cieu. HarriA Wr.AK Nomi.s'vtio.n'. been In gaging their erupt el.ewher. Having S0UTH-W.ESson's nomination is not in any sense I'llited Mate- -. The lU'W buildings Mitll ley Crow, SM 0en.J.K l.jnn,A J. B FarrU tho trade aboutI twenty ear. am familiar with' ffJLY 11 28, 1888. l Mindleton thebu.ilit't. warrantinl, therefore, Ill thei a Alii.w Mull niul Tumi. . r. I.eti Hubble, ti M iihem, S tin. .....v." strong. He is lacking in nio- -t of the i" I will be able to facilitate the . declaration that Robert McAli.Ur, K P Wood.. . I' llrihl. FAST LINE UETWEEN and good inanajaHt hate of all rontran.ler ot tourtrop. to the adtantage ORKliN. - ioerai remiHin qualities which combine to make a great ous annexes' ivpnsent an area of foity- - fieo. II. McKinnc), , J S. J l 33 ccrned. madetliit eneaf the ianmo.t Stuck Fair uf the LEXINGTON liveacre.- - uiuler one continuous toot. & CINCINNATI. party leader and popular candidate s'cr"" and the space for exhibiting purposesag' Jr A" T State. For caultand particular addr, '"" SCHF.IU'I.F. the people. He has not been es- gregates i.earlv a million s.piateieet. H- -; MVV i WAI.KKR, Secretary. mr ' pecially distinguished either in military duced intes ate given on all the rail- No .. N.. No X SitSlllU),ttIl Kirkttille, K . ". life. (Jen. Harrison cannot car roads, which will insure a monster-attendance- . F. I. Dall) Sun S B OF PKEMIUiMS, he cannot be elected. p ty Indiana and . on the Cot ingloii . .; I jo a m I 5 p m 1 . . p r I.te 1 Hie Farm contain lit Acre, tltuateo n l Thirty-tw- o o a FIRST DAY. THl'R-flAyear.-- ago a manufacturing Ho is identified with the cau-- e of 1 h Springfield and I'errytille mke, s mile, from the I.UQrj n nQO f I.te Falmouth.. iuuj a ui 10 .ji pin I ''PI m 11 03 p m K R l.ve Cjnthiana l!ores-fn- r IV II tn I' iruo t farmer and i mile from Lebanon SurroundcJ ami in this campaign monopoly jinn in .Manchester, Conn., made up an .. . 11 40 a m 10 50 p m 5 10 p 1:1 VUUWVIMUUHU W UltlU J Arr I'ant $10 00 bv good neighbors, tchoolt and chur.he. audi o 10 p n llukt Stitl i' n und.r rnrxil immense lot of bandana handkerchiefs " 11lqnl1.1l to all the fatorite grain and gratte grown Arr Lexington.. . u 30 p m 11 30 p m isgoingto be defeated. The platform for A. T. Stuart, of New York, ami he re- - 7 lift Stallion r t .eldtn; I yv ir A 1. tdur a, u 01 in kn.iiirkv lit. 100.I hou.v. Ivaru and other PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS11 e a in to J5 p hi 5 o p n I.te Rati d adopted at Chicago is the niot outspoto take them on account of some 1 lU.t Sl.illi'iii ir lield.oz dnJuwiii 1000 outbuilding. I'Untr of atling water and in a i' Arr Winchester.. a JJ p is 11 jj p in " "a p "' 7 o For r 1 a) p m Arr Richmond wid u.iir 1000 huh state of cultitatiou T.I.I., further particular, ken, audacious and aggressive declaia--tlo- n deieet. The v were stoned away until 4 HeatSuUiMi j J 18 p n K. S TOW llu.loiitiue, rvt IO p ll addrcs. Arr Lancaster. .. r the other dav. when thev were .. nut on! s Hot Stallion 4 ju.ir. old and iv.-tone cm ti m 4" p ri Arr Stanford.. of tho force of monopoly that any 15 oi tlie market ami sold leadilv. I lie same 6 Hot Farcy SadJIe MiireortiatdiHt; To Washington, Richmond and I.te Richmond .. aj P ni political paity in the United States has til 111 is now making 1,000 dozen bandan7 lie. I W.ilkin' Stall. mi, .Mar or Goldin; ., to 00 . P 'H Arr llerea J Arr Lcxingiwi.. 5 45 p '"- .Ilorw. ftrSaddle I'urpoae -iover had the effrontery to put forward. as a day, and can't supplv the demand, Old Point Comfort. CRABORCHARDSPRINGS Ptyli'. Form and Action coniidrd: Standing on such a platform, n far strong-o- r -r- rhifadeliihia Call. No j North-lloftNo, No. j. 8 Hot Mure a year and under 10 oo candidate than Cieu. Harrison would ' 1!e,t Mare 'e,,r ailc unJer Salve. S I.te be certain of defeat. His personalty will The beat Bucklen's Arnica tor to ywr. andoter....-.- .1!"1 Mrtre and Olncllnnutl' l.ve I.itingitou... to 01 a in To Loulsvllo llsrea tahe In the world cut, hrultet 5 a mi to 00 t Kway Mare or OcMin cut little figure in the campaign out.-id- e a in 11 43 Richmond Arr ROUND. iorc, ulcer, t.tlt rheum, feter aore, tetter, chap. " SaddlBeldin, Connectiont.direct fir all point, in the and otcr... .. to 00 OPEN ALL THE YEAR 11K 4oar.o.d I.te Stariisrtl ,. .. I 0 a in 3 i a Indianapolis Sentinel. of Indiana. ped HanJt, chill.UInt, corn.; .ind all .kin up. I.te Lancaster ia a uu 1 45 am premium by T. CoUOullc). u.th North-wes- t tion. and t.oattivelv cure, nllc. or no ,,av re. Arr Richmond.... no a in 6 30 a . Cut.nWll H. V. Heniy, a prominent young nuired. it 1. m.aranleeJ t, lve nerfect 'l":r. I)a,cr & C Hor-c- i Rand in Attendance from . Finellratt and String 6 50 a pi I.te Ricfimend. .. I 30 p Thoroughbred reduced, south-wes- t. July ttt to September ttt Ratet greatly Arr Winchester .. i J p 7 40 a 111' lawyer of Hopkinsville and democratic tlon or money refunded I'nce as cenU per box. ta is 00 l per day and Sto per week and upward. llet Sulllon Colt under tear 5 im 8 7 a in ArrJ'arit candidate for elector, committed suicide For aalc by A K l'enny, Stanford, K 10 00 I7te I.cxiugtnn ... 3 co p im 7 35 a llett Stallion Colt t year and under 2 No. 4. t No a, tj 301pm THOMAS NKWMAN, Manager; a 00 P ,n I.te l'aris Sunday by shooting him.-e- lf through the yearand oter 3 40 P in 8 30 a in. 3 5 14 lle.t Stallion INltrcKcTNOt. 13 3?. Daily Is Consumption Incurable ? J AS C. KIM'., Ilctident Supt ; m Y no F.x. Sim. I.te C)nthiana .. 4 00 p mi 9 06 a ni 4 3 P la 15 Rett Ma'e Colt under t ye.r 1 . .heart with a pistol. Cause not knonn. I) 11 F.DMISTON. Clerk I.te Fat mou lli 5 4 51 p 111) ta oj a J4 Ite.u! the fulluwlnjr: Mr C It. MnrrU, Newto 00 16 Rett Maro Colt year und under 2 Arr Cotington. .. 6 is) p l.otuiville It 35 a ml b 53 p m I.te 700pm 630am "U'j down with Abicos of 17 llett Mare 7 yar and over ark, Ark , 10 00 to 35 l m 11 50 a m Arr I.etington Its Delicacy of Flavor the I.unyi, and friend and; physicians prunounc- On the Mavivitle llranch, No, 9 leave 3 10 a m " White Sulphur Spring. l'arit at Trunin,' -- IHKN'KW" Ch.irloltitille'V.IJunct 3 10 p nun 40 p ni 8 30, a m and No. 11, at 5 jo, p 111, arriving at And tho efficacy of its action havo ren ed me inu an incurable consumptitc. Ile'jn tak 13 00 J in J mile heat. ... ! Irot.bett " Richmond 9 00 P m. 3 30 p m Mayttille at to 50, a m, and 740, p ni. No 10 dered tho famous California liquid fruit ini; Dr kinj;' Nctv Dl.cotcry for Cnntutnptloii, ' Newport News 10 35 a in 0 35 p in leate Maytille at 6 00, a in, arriting at l'arit a; J75 to firtt and $a.t to second 11 00 a m " Old rolnt Comfort 7 m p m Sao, a in. No u leatct Mayttille at 105 and remedy, Syrup of Fig, imraonsely popu- - !,,n "ow on '" ,l,lra bollle anJ a,"c t0 ovcm'c ,lle to Cla, be.tjin 5 mils heat ....ijo i " NorfolkM tt o a m 7 n P ni arrite at Pari it 3 J5, p in. 'These train are 1, uin uu 1111 latin, ik ia tub iittvak iiivuiiiiiv vivi $100 to first; $o to second ; iio to third. " Watliinglon lar. It Cleanses and Tones up the clogged made' Jctte Mlddlcwart, Decatur, Ohio, aa; 9 40 p ml 3 2 p in daily except Sunday 5 No, 3a leate Covington at 8 30 in, nrrltesat " llattimore. Fltu to till and 3 to start in each ot abote, ill 3 pmjtt co p m and fevorish System, and dispels Head-Achc- i, "Had it not been for Hr. Klny't New nltcotcry a m Falmouth ut 10 10 a 111: Sundav niilv 1 co a m 1 N.s " l'hlladclphia .1 ASSOCIATION and 10 percent, entry fee; cntrle to o .'o a ni, 6 .0 a ni leate Falmouth at 4 30 pm, arritet at Cotington " New York for Coniumptiou I would li.it e died uf Lung Colds, and Fevers. dote on the aj diy of July, ut 630 p in; Sunday only No 15 leavet Lexing W.i, (it en up by doctor. Am now 30 Rest Combined Mam or Ue dint; Trouble Will hold Its regular annuil exhibition on Tuesday, 15 p 8 p in. arrives l'arit For sale by A. It. l'enny, Stanford. Wednesday, Thurada) and rrlday, Lexington Oitition Train run by Central ti me ion j 15 m, 90 p in, arrite 7 $ FalmouthNo. leate. in the btt of health.;1 Covington 3 Sample bottle free .it at llettpiurofllor.es or Mures, regardless p m Main l.ineTraint east of Huntington run by Katt No 7 leate Falmouth at 3 30 a in, arrltct7 30 Cot A. U. l'enu.t'a dru store at jo 00 AVhy will you cough when Shlloh' Cure will ot calor, ex or ownership crn time, which it one hour fatter than Central ington at 7 50 a 111. 11 Rot Stallion jnd give Immediate relief t I'nce 10c, 50c and Jt oo 17, 14, 15, 16 DAILY LXCT.I'T SUNDAY. i to 3 of hi Cult uudnr 'ADDITION A I. TRAINS. No. 11, dally ex. Electric Bitters. McRobcrtt&StajU, Stanford, Ky., and Crow A 1 year IS NOTK.Trains 1 and lard .laili l,.,iu'.n U'm. a ni; Mt Stcr cept Sunday, leave Olive Hill -- AtThU remedy n becoming ao welt known and to 33 llett Mare and Colt either tex 1000 ling 7 co am: arrive Lexington i 35 u 111; arritc at Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other Co., McKmney, Ky, train Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. I FOR, SAT.T. THE GALT HOUSE, 1 House and Acres Iaiid 1 tip-poi- nt L01TXD & 00., 1 WASHING MACHINE ;;-i- f. Beauty NEW SHOP. -.- ben-iolor- -.- ICE, XCE, ICE THAT FIGHT Otic Cent Per Pound ( FOR RENT OR SALE. o -t ' e, Glossy, t SaQp. , iat4ia1 f. GARRARD COLLEGE! - FAST MAIL Ii4!; lllfint AtflfC H5lir If'.. HUVl fly K GEOGHEGAN'S, '- -- is' Y Lincoln Co. Stock Fair 11 - . Monday, September '88 Augruist 2 and 3, 1888. STANFORD, KY. tiii: kikksyii.im; KentuckyCentral R. R. IIIrK STOCK FAIR AM) 1 '.:..:....: nt . 1 y, S. 1 T. Oit-le- lie-fo- re 1-- ! ""V"', '" or-rivi- l LIST i. . .1.3...vs... .. il. For Snle. ". Farm South-Round- Y. ft. ti . 1 i - fu-e- .'. ...... .:.... jorl'i . BAST , j 3- Crab Orchard, Ky. ' "WEST h, J 1 ' - 111 west "- and 111 111 111 1 - 3- 111 I 111 .). 1 111 il" j j Madison County Fair ' i I IP August. & '88, by Indijcttiou, Contti Are you made mitcr-hl- e pation, Diinet, l,ot of Appetite, Yellow Skin! Shlloh'i Vitaliier U a poiiilve cure. McRobert A StajK, Stanford, Ky.,aud Crow Co., McKin-teKy. The Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Hour'jon, Ind. ay: "Roth mytelf and wife owe 0111 lite, , to Shiloh't Contumption Curs. McRobert A Sta.-jStanford, Ky and Crow &Co., McKiiiney, Ky. Catarrh Remedy, a potitite cure for Shiloli' Mcltob Catarrh, Dypbtheria and Canker-Moutert .V Staes, Stanford, Ky., and Crow ,V Co. McKinney, Ky. i y, popular a to need no (pcci.it mention. All who 4 D.nli, free for all liaveutvd Electric Hitters alng the name song of Hntrance fee $150; 3 to till; j to start. prahe A purer medicine doc not exist and it I 13 llett Itoad.ter Gcldln; guaranteed to do all that I claimed. Electric SliCONI) Hitter will cure nil dlteatcs of the I.lver und Kid. neja, will remove l'lmples, Ilollt, Salt Khcuin und Jack Stock: other uffection caused by Impure blood. Will 76 licit Jack Colt under 1 year drite Malaria from the system and prctent a 37 Rest Jack under a )car, ,. well a cure all Malarial Feter. For cure of a3 llett Jack 7 years and oter -- ,.. II cut ichc, Conttlpatlon and Indigestion try Klcc-tri- e 3) Rest Jennet under year , Hitter. Kntlre satisfaction iraurantced or jo Rest Jennet under a tears money refunded I'ricc 50c and Si per bottle a 31 Rest Jennet 7 year and over.............. A. It. l:mn' drugstore 31 Rett Jack und 3 of bis sucking Mule Colt Half-milUAV-FRID- AV. 1 5 00 RI0HMOND, KENTUCKY. 20 Purses and "Premiums, $5,000. to 00 10 00 Trotting and Running 00 10 o 13 RACES EACH DAY. Special Trains and low fare on all railroads J. n. CIIKNAULT, President. T.J.COVINGTON, Secy. are daily except Sunday, , Cincinnati via Winchester 11 33 a m. uirevi lounctuon it mane at t mehetter with. No, 1, daily except Sunday, Icate Cincinnati m; Lexington 335 p m: arrite Mt Sterling Chesapeake Jt Ohio for Mt. Sterllus, Athland loop Huntington. Charlestan, W. Va. nnd Kattern cities 713 pm; Olive lull 9 jo i m FAST LINK No.. 11and 4 run tli WinchesNo. j, daily, leate Clifton Forge at 7 00 a m: Charleston ti 30 p in; arrite Ashland 5 40 p m; ter. Solid traint with I'ullmtn Sleeping Cart, be. ttteen and Rkhmond. V, . ti,,I u'm. Colnmbus 11 17 pm No. 6, daily leave Athland 7 to a m; arrive at Chester and Washington, irirougn ticket ami luggage checked to any Charleston imam; Clifton Forge 7 34 p m destination re iched by a railroad. I'ultman Sleeping Car on all through train. ru, 1,111 ..,iuviM ir mure anv agent 01 the uo, Old Dominion Steamthipt leave Norlork on Mon K. II. IIACON, S. V. .MORSK. dap, 'Tuesday, Wedned.y, Thursday and Satur-daCiiu-innay 1000 to 00 1000 at 6 30 p m for New 1 ork. For Tickets, Rates, Information, etc., apply to Icket office or addreit H. W FUl.LKR,. W. C. WICKHAM. Trateiingl'ist'g'r Ait., .f.en'l I'at.'g'rAt., QonOtaoos. Covlnston, Lexington, Ky. Covington, Ky. U.K. HUN TINC.TON, General Manager. Receiver. OenT 1'att. Agt Kentucky. VJ It