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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888073101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. (101) Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 31, d888. NO. 49. S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, I (omt-IIous' ' rum (if IiIh family circle, with their Democratic Meeting. . The Klrksville Fair and Hop. rather mii.'iMtly mirth in fink, Kvu'iirlnir, The democrat, or rather a faithful For the last four yeais the Inst Fiiday and iliinUinj. I lai'l tiite forgotten few of them, met at the e and Saturday in July have been looked l'UAIHK 'I'll 1C I.OUU. tlmt. iiml un jjlmi to li.nv him lirinn it .Situnlny afternoon ami weie called to forwaid to witli a great ileal of pleasure hack to rememhrance. It was a hard order hy T. I). New land, chaii man of the by the w i iter, for on those two days the urm:u rito.M ukukoko. naunks p.uty; with whom I had hecome hum-- County Committee, who Muted the oh- - citizens of Kiiksville and vicinity enter-- , cently associated in my desire to visit the ject to he the selection of delegates to tain in a right royal way by giving what Kv., .Inly L'VHS. KuIN, and from whom I wamntiteielicv-e- d the convention w liich meets at Danville is to my knowledge one of the best fairs to he yearn when the frolic was August 8th, to select a candidate for in the State. Friday last being the day Ii u IsTKiiioa: Twi'iity-threV. Vamon was fur the commencement of the annual exiijro, I cariicd uutiy munlry hpecimeiiM of over, ('lexer boy, all, hut a trille too Confess. Judge T. wild for a preacher to o with, and lie then called to the chair and W. 1. what "I'arnon Ilenfro" Siiul folly hibition of this display of line stock, ex-- ! made secietary. On motion of W. excellent dinners and unexcelled generme waHHilverore;and after licai-iii- happy. 1'. Varnon, the chair appointed W. !". osity, I found myself in company with a time, Peer were plenty in those days, and his a wife statement a well reinemhcr liow one leisurely forded MiClaiy, I.. M. hasley, Frank (Sreen, friend, wending my way, by private I feel much of the name old conviction (stealing over me. For the jrood old man the rier jus' ahoe the Falls while we John Mright and J. T. Harris, who after through three of the best counntauds to his nuns yet, and stoutly aver were at dinner tine day; and how, when retirement, presented the following ties in tlie State iz; Lincoln, Garrard of the children excitedly reported lutions, which weie adopted, after which and Madison, to the long looked for fair, thai theie is mitoltl wealth in these hat' tered ditto of the Cumlierland, if only it the fact, we all spiang up, nished for the meeting iidjounied: which, unlike the "long looked for letter rilles and pistols, mid hlarcd Iltmlinl, Hy the democracy of Lincoln that never came," had already come. were extracted hy capital kill and ener-H' t Ky., in mass incctinV'as.scmhlcd, Hishtory, icpeated witli all the awiiv at the prettv creature witli a per- uwingto a press 01 business wai , helief, is this: feet fusillade of conviction of n and hullcts. It t II w compelled to content myself witli just IIll IV I'V M Ml III IMVf Away hack in the ';!IV, while traveling got away -- wounded, poor thing mark- - August Sth, ISSN, and appoint I'lltll as dele- - j"!"- day of the fair, ami desirous of put-- , gates niereio to lepresent the democratic ting in the whole d.iv I started Friday in the "Indian Nation," lie heard from ing my line oi its imjiit witlitilood-drops- , but wenever came up with it, thouyli IM1r,t "( several parties of a silver mine at '...""''.'KUvenin- - ami nrrivetl" :tt Kirksville just KaIN, where the Indians had, some of the keener sirtsmen of our par - f)V KeiineJly, Afti-finding comfortable 'r Jaim-pCro , JolmlVk'; for Kcnerations, heeii in the hahit of ty followed it the whole afternoon. 5. II. Floyd, V. L. McCartv.Henderbon at the home of Mr. V. H. l:rteis Nath had "bad luck" while fishin-.'- . a Haugh, Newton J. Smith. W. O. Hans Wc.iron, having been invited there bv Katherinore; carrying it away on their ponies, mid, latterly, had it "run out" h day or two hack. He had just "struck" lord, l. 15. hilnnston, S. A. .Miildleton, his son, Will, and to whom I shall ever (i. Lvnn, T. C. an old fellow named "Jacks," who seem - a hip one, when Ids pole parted at the John Warren, V. C!.Collev, S. S. Myers, be under lasting obligations, I was InWelch, John II. It. C. yd to jMsses the secret of "reducing" handle, just helow the reel, oneof Mecks' Miller, A. K. Denny, Oeorge P. Hright, formed that there would be a hop in town and was extended n most cordial the precious dejKisit hy Htiiclting, in a hest, and away the whole "ri" went, to (Jeorge I). Hopper and T. W. Varnon. M, That we cominend, ami feel a just invitation to be roiiK'h wny. The jiroduct he diidcd the hottom, in a moment. Thirtv-eiph- t present by Messrs. J. B. pride in the clean, conservative and able with his Indian friends their half o- - dollars' worth of tackle in n Hash' It t mult it it ttiLiin n tul itiiiititiiiiiiiil In ili ii and It. L. Walker, T. S. Hagan and Will iiig into trinket ornaments. At Mot almost subdued, for a brief space, oven .V)th Congress bvourrepresentatUe. Jus. Wearen, who weie instiuinental in ad Ilia scrviccn to country ding additional pleasure to myself as Henfro paid little attention to these sto oui Irrepressible Nath; but not unite. It H. McCreary. , n cloud, and "Uichard wel as to party haje been not only pat wt. linm,K.r of viHitor8 wJl0 ries, hut ultimatelv heiiitf n a tradiiijj. wan hut a , notie and zealous, eminent as well. ,,iul wiii.1ih1 "round Kirksville i !mii to Kentucky, and haxing icieixed was himself again" in a litth- while Faithful as we hae found him to every I think the chalybeate spring, below an accurate description of tlte locality ofi duty, we csecially approve and applaud to take in the fair. Beinir fond of the 1h' .hie, he concluded to look into it, the Hotel, named the "llogle jiring," Ills untiring ellorts to reduce and coiial- - .nice I uhiillv accented and all mote for curiositv than foranvthingcls.'. "iter your Ilustonville eonespondert, in'.v "'"lens of the republican war tv ,,,,,. t."m to tne n r00 1" vMwt .liscove.ed it or urged its ex - ' l To his surpris,., Tie foun.lever'y thing 1 Morv, shape, )!H ex- - millions of moiiex, Iwen told to him. secured sped- - cauitiou into its as it had of which ters Ac having been removed. Saxton mens of ore; and when he returned to'eeptional iiiedidual iitue, especially for noes directly to the coffers of monopolies t Tiost's band, of I,exington, furnished the "Nation" hunted up old "Jacks" those who have kidnei ttoubles; and I an'urusis; a sysicm oi iaanou utterly the music and as the 40 or more couples of Wod dancers kept time to the music, and showed him his "llnd." The old think I may do some one good by calling r nm'witv;V" under the liistorv of mankind lias ever been width it is unneceary to saywasexccl- inan, as simiii as he s.iw the contents of 'attention to it. Across tlie ric IS LOVE AND NOTIIINT. ELSE. 1 Office next door to Whitehead's Druj "store. Special attention iven to diseases of children ;;-t- A Yu, f. c WOOD WALLACE, THE GERTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. agent tor the tndiampolis Steam Laundry, the best Laundry in the world. The fashions of the dsy in the Rents' Furnish. Ing tine will always be found In my store. I am Will-to- n K 1 e, reso-on- e ' j, shot-gun- s, NEWCOMB HOTEL. life-loi- huck-sho- JffllKlff fr V?Jfc 1 MT. VERNON, KY. - Cum-hcrlau- d j V'Vi"'"''!. s POWDER Absolutely Pure. 'I hit powder never variet. A marvel ol purity strength anil whteunenc More economical than the ordinary lorul, anil cannot be old in competition with the multitude of low text, then weight alum or phosphate powder, bold only in cans Royal Making Puwhick Co., I I tofS Wall Street. New Vork. (,k' r This old and well-knoHotel is still maintaining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. P. NEWCOMIl, Prop, Sj-t- l. Mt. Vernon, Ky. ' LOUIS SCHLEGEL, ' PHOTOGRAPHER, RICHMOND KY. f Photographs in all styles and sites. Pictures In India Ink, Cra)on and Water Colors. New designs in Frames and Mats at very low.pnces. LKK 1'. II STANfORD, OtTice U1'1''.M.A..N, KHSTICKV. r above Depot St. SURCKON DENTIST, outh ide Main, two d i ' pas-in- - BRICK YARD I I JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, ' i j ( I Jii-- ("K. ' U'''r - pn-M'i- four-llft- hs rd and now hue tl oco have opened a Uriels. br clc ready for lie, or I uilltile contract ti CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. build them in walls Ikeepm) fresh meat now in V.inArd.ile'i te lir andcun furnish bhoat, Ileef W V RAMSEY and Mutton at nil time. Thoroughly Renosated and Refurnished. s Fare and Reasonabte Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Portersof this Popular & House. Jo;-t- f. First-clas- LADIES GENTLEMEN ir, "" ;!)t oFSMxrmti) V tl out further information, wheie lie had endless tatc of dnp, theie is anothei, Huor. iron sprini:: but it is Mihmcrg- priK'ured the nodules, niulndded, "Many worth of silver I have run out of 'I hi high water, and not mi acceible stull." Itenfro, smiii aftfi this, llr- - i" the "Bogle." Uie'Taigle Falls." half a mile below, ed with tin thought that there weie in it," sold out his Missouri ' ',M harming nine where fre.pient ex "millions are made. Ifyouwantto take home and moved back to Kentucky, where the drops of water tent uMin buying the land around the " shower-batFalls, which contained liiscoveted mine. Mi" 'ing like the falling of cascade of ami you hae the nenc to It belonged to infant heir, and he had ally made the purchase, Maud it, ami the vigor to reach after it, to wait, but and became sol e proprietor of a nanow, there you will get what on want. The broad reach of river above the utmost barren strip on both sides, no and down the river, near the Falls. Falls is ovpiislte for a quiet, safe row; Then he began to dig for ore. Soon t lie ami the troubled, surging pool below excitement spread. A joint stock mm-- j will satisfy the more adventurous, who panv was formed - 100 shares, 1,000 caie to brave the drenching spray, and each, a call of 10 percent, made; in fact ' row close up to the thundering cataract, paid in, ami the "Imhiui" was up. The' The general shape of the Falls is not faith of the general public in the exist-- 1 unlike Niagara on the Horse Shoe side, ciue of n mine of fabulous value, was 'ofcoitr-- e on a very diminutive scale, not a little stimulated by the exjierl- - and the entire fall is only visible fiom below." But half of it, and uieiiLs of a Coruisli miner, Hmmons by the prettiest, one sees firtin the upper name, wlio was an undoubted expert; miliar witli the reduction of ores; and and lower galleries of tlie hotel, I suppose the dampness of perfectly posted tin lluxing, smelting, as- the spray and the like. His experiments dmesthein away, but from whatever saying those ests ofsiiinnier, hoiise-lliewith furnace and crucible invariably re- - cau-As I write, to milted in a "button" of pure silver and nre few ami far between. erify this, I look critically around our u steady report of apochryphal richness, per unt. to the ton. After awhile there' spacious room. One lonely My, yes, tame a clash of analjsis in Danville, Cin-- there is a second, as I pen the woids, cinnati and New York, some favorable;! bears me nut as a truthful narnitoi. Of some totallv the reverse, Then wliis-- course there are more about the kitchen, pew of foul play in Simmons' smelting but now liete do they give trouble. No operation; one icport whether true or! hungry hordes, as inless favoiedre.ioiis, fuNe asserting that a curious eye, at a dance continuous attendance on torconvenient crack in his furnace shautv, mented bipeds and quadrupeds. That N had actually discovered him "doctoring" worth a trip to C. F. to witness in July, it? histruciblewitha bit of silvei, taken We had two very blessed services in from his pocket. Then ihe title turned. invest-- ! the yesterday, withncorisidei- Suspicion took hold of would-bors, Poor ohl lienfio was almost alone able increase in the attendance of the in Ins taith, lis against a world in arms people of the neighborhood. Wo go to (den Mary, Tenn., next He had no means to go on with, llisti nancial tlilllciiltics multiplied, and, at Thursday, to u each to the toal miners, last, he was compelled to sell out. When nit the imitation of our eiy dear friend, H (. larke, the manager; andareex he moved olf, ami the piescnt establi-h- luent was about to Hiiiewede his liiiru pectiug a delightful visit to him, and a bio cabin, he still clung ton heap of To grand, good time preaching to those men tons of oie he had exhumed from his whose lives are so full of peril and hard ",Jo' and Nothing F.lse" '! "mine" at tlie edge of tlie cataract; and Bospel that will fetch them. begged oc to lay it away carefully, in a ' tl10 rufc spot, where he cou"J reclaim it m ilioy aie largely lonowers of Ingersoll the orthodox preacher like poi home future time. And he had it can- - "'i'1 tiously made part of the hill of Kile, that son. nut we know "our gospel will get he was to share in any future mineral them. We have tried it time ami again. wealth to accrue from subsequent work- If only we can get them to listen the reings of the beloved hole in tlie dill', sult is certain. If anybody, who loves LORD, has a heart us, as where he had but red the hopes of over the go to this woik, we to pray for to reask you we CO yeaw. member us before the LOUD. , "I am licit sorry," he told me, with a have regained the o pounds lost allittle sigh, "that I didn't realize, my ex- ready and hope to get another .", extra, leaving. Cumberland Falls pectations. If I had grown wealthy beforea grand place for me. Praise has been the I would have forgotten tlie very likely LOUD for sending me here! LORD. It is better as it is, Iain poor, F.ver in Jesus, Uko. (). B winks. but Ho is witli me; ami that is better Syrup of Figa than money. Yes! better for me as it is;" and ho passed his blown hand over Is Nature'i own truo laxative. It is the his thin gray locks, gently, as his eyes moit easily taken, and the mot otTectivo glistened with moisture, and his lipgaw remedy known to Cleanse tho System when Bilious or Costive; todispol Heada feeble quiver of emotion. Ho was "out" in the great civil war, in aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habit which ho lost a son. His pension, with ual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. the produce of his little farm aerosn the Manufactured only by the California Fig river, keeps Ids family from want, in his Syrup Company, Son Francisco, Cal. old age a hale one. He brings butter For saltrby A. R. Penny, Stanford. und milk every day ami I love, to chat Catarrh Cured health and sweet breath secured the old gentleman. He remembers our hy Shiloh'sCitarth Remedy Price jo cents Nasvisit to his house '2'. yeaw ago, ami espec- al Injector free McRoberls A Stage, Suutord; ially recalls, with grateful. recollection, Crow Co , McKlnncy; K W Jones Crab Orch. how I kept in wholesome check, by ex- urd. Will you suffer with l))speptia and Liter Com ample, and admonition, n rather uproar-ou- s plaint? Muloh's Viulior is rfuftrantecd to cure party of voungsters, who were dis- )0u, McKoberts A Stable, Stmiibrd; Crow & Co. posed to Invade the quiet, religiousdeco- - McKinney; K. W.Jones, Crab Orchard. 1 1 i '.'r " " ' ""isiual, oppressive nn.iruinous j j ulli(.h w, ,,ot, i,rii;int n,i Hp(.rl, s 'j'mt our delegates to the Danville '1,u' ''enuty and gallantry of this ed region were both in delightful nhun-thconvention are intiucted to cast the ote of Lincoln countv solidly for James1 dance and the person who did not lane " M''1 mir-v- ' the best time of his life could not be favor-dollarat i t Uecp a nice and neat little stor. nn Linc-ntcstreet I keep .tm thing nlci. and neit and ery cheap; sn ll " ou Ket hunirrv ur this is the place to buy If von don't belu-M- ' ine, call and Rcspectfulli, ee J T HARRIS ivery, eed and gale Stable, FOB. SiVLE. M (arm of 97 acres on th- - Standrd & l'lke, 6 miles from f td tnd in one mile tr.M.Cormai.k Chur li Will sell publicly h buck-sho- t: I ' mid-strea- fa-- 1 j e, s, 1 1 -- ) n't e ball-roo- J'. "'' '' 1 ---- found. This elegant entertainment last W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. . m., when all of the 'J4 dime- - TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. -L- 'ockcastleinstrmted for McCieary. 0ri j1U(j j)W, tM,j0V,.il and even at this Ihe farm i well watered and unJer good fence LONDON, KY, orchard here is n -- All accounts due F. L. Thompson jfttt, umr ,t wns'witlr great reluctance and has on it a splendidnnd the outbuildings good Good are houc with four rtwms turnouts and saddle horses alwa) s for hire not settled by August 1th will be found tl,t the merry young folks left the hap- - hr.t class At the sune time and plire I will sell on reasonable London is the most convena lot of cattle and mules J VMKs OOVER, ient point on the railroad to reach places in the l ,l,u 1,1M,ls ' Attorney J. W. Brown py scene. Stanford, K). in the mountain section of the State 4Sd to L't utr eollection. The hop through witli the next thing MILLERSBURG to think of was the fair i. e. after we FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. had slept the remaining hour or two of 9 FEMALE COLLEGE! Forty-eigyearling mules for sale. night. At 7 o'clock Saturday the crowd STANFORD, KY Catron oi Niinnelley. had commenced to gather at the fair- A Modern Progressive School ! A couple of sows and pigs for sale. grounds and continued to come till noon, Where your dvi;l ten will o tui;!it hjw to be- E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR It. K. Barrow, .Stanford. at which time the largest crowd ever at come true Konieu, as ll a. th )r ju,'M)' in.trut.t- Mercer County Fair at Harrods-lmrg- , Kirksville fair was present. This old and Hotel still maintains At 10 7. Ky., Tuesday, Aug. o'clock the fair began and until 3 o'clock LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. its hii?h reputation, and its Proprietor Is determin. ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in -- George 1". Bright sold to I). W.Trib-bl- in tlie evening tlie finest stock and in Address IU.V C I'OI'h President, the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attenor MRS b C TRUKHKART, of Madison, a Ibyear-olgelding for greatest abundance wasexhibited. The tion to his Ouests, Ilaggage convc)ed t and Ladj- l'mUpal J7 from depot free of charge Special accommodapieniiuins were liberal and counties for Millersburg, K Wild West Show at the Mercer () miles around were represented witli tions to Commercial Travelers NO M. rKKk'ISS County Fair each day. Don't fail to at- their best stock. Lincoln came in witli R. s MsKTIS IIrodhesd, K.,Ma, iS3j. OASIS J it HILTOJ tend. a liberal share, represented by C. T. Alhnght & Martin be; ti inform their man; W wTKit To buy a good combined and (Jeorge C. (Jivcns, who in friends and customers of the chinge in tirm nam's mare, a black or a bay preferred. Call several lings tame out with tlie "slick." MARTIN & PERKINS, DEALER at this otlice. Rue, of Bole, and Abe Coleman, of -- J. O. 1. T. Dedmaii bought of W. Mercer, both had good strings and tcok The new firm hopes not only to sust tin the repu nil' many im. II. Teihune UK) ewes at $'A.'2't per head. a number of piomiunis, tlie latter win Irftion of the old, but intend, to of tibacco uluch ROWLAND, KY , prmementsin the manufacture he tothe intere.t of our tutomer. We will will Hanodsbiiig Democrat. ning tlie List the sweepstake loadsteri desote special attention C3 our Natunl I.eal Hac just opened a new stock of Men's and Boys' iKunning and Trotting Itaces each ring with piemium of $.")0. Traynor, of' brands of Kcntuckj Lest le.ll. IhinLing sou Clothing, Hattj Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, and i.Whu fir a continuation 01 Notions and family Groceries Also dealers in ,," at ,la' County Fair. Don't A'ISIMIVIIf litiil ftiiilik tli tiitittlwit tf pi'V. for pit favors reiiisiti itivrtil jour trade, ue R'spectfu'lv vonr. i..i.t SltCl VI4111Wi Coal Countr) produce taken in exchange for llllllll'V M A R f N .V I b R K NS m fnrin't tin. ilute Am. goods at highest market price Come one, come hoi.ses, but played in poor luck as theie all, and Ie irn the adt anuses in trade C. Vanoy sold to S. II. Shanks his were those in the ring a little bit better. hogs for delivery August 10th at The show of stock wasi'No. I and to lot of 1871. 1888. I J. They will average lot) pounds. make a long story short the fair and all' Mill, See tlie competitive Beef Cattle appurtenances wete strictly Riugsat the Mercer County Fair, Aug. and the dinner, which was free to a!', Medliino for Throat ntnl Lung has long been, and still Is, Ayer's Nth. four days. $100 to the best herd. reminded me more of a gi.iud banquet I'herrv Pectoral. It carci Croup, Wakelleid, Moieland A Co., bought than a basket dinner at a couutiy fair. 'Whooping Cough, Ilroncliltls, anil of John T. tiill, of Gair.ird, .10 head of The oflicew from President to Field Asthma; soothes irritation of tho cattle at !i cents, to be delivei-i- u Maishal weie all pleasant and a set of. Larynx and Knuccs; strengthens tho Vocal Organs; allajs soreness of tho August. Advocate. men more thoroughly posted in their prevents Consumption, and, The Kentucky Association Club at lespective duties I h.ie never seen. J. Lungs; advanced stages of oven in that disease, Liington, lias decided that its fall B. Walker, w ho has been Secretary since relieves Coughing and induces Sleep. IwasssSisssssssHaslvilsBsl meeting shall begin October loth, just the fair begun, and u better one never Thcro is no other preparation for A OFFUrT, Proprietor, - - LEUANON, KY. ot tho throat and lungs to bo comfollowing the Litonia meeting, and con- lived, did much to make the visitois feel pared witli this retuody. tinues eight days. Doors, Sash, Itlinds, Frames, Casing, Ilase Moldat home and see a good time and I am "My wife had a distressing couch, ings Mantles, Ilrackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, Rees Bros., of Shelby county, sold a proud to say, seemed just a little partial 'o with pains in tho siilo and breast. Ilalusters, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, tried various medicines, but nono did Counters, Moon.ig, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Shorthorn steer, even two years old, to the representatives from Stanford, Kougn and nresseu Lumber, hor any good until I got a bottlo of weighing l.IttO pounds for $H). This among whom weie present snturday: Send for prices before bujinj elseuhere. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured animal had necr been grain fed and Misses Mattie and Maggie Owsley ami her. A neighbor, Mrs, Glenn, had tho measles, ami tho cough was rolloved bv was good enough to ship. Messrs. Foiestus Reid, I. M. Bruce, 1'. tho use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I t The Columbia Spectator says: "It P. Woods, J. K. Bruce, J. II. Batighman, have no hesitation in recommending this is astounding the amount of honey the J. B. Hobbs, C. C. Cawon, (Jeorge TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. bees have made this season. It is bellHasing recently eijuipped a fine Roller Mill Mn ClaienceTate and Joe Severance. to every ono nflllcted." Robert Horton, the tow n of Stanfo-that we defy any Mill to ing in this section at Si cents per pound And the person who thinks that KirksForeman Headlight, Morrlllton, Ark. eual in quality of Hour, us think the citiiens ol and slow sale at that price." 1 refer the county should hive county pride enough to ville fair is not the banner one " I liavo been atHIctcd with asthma patronue and sustain the stme We wish to I For 27 head of his noted Shorthorn him to any of the aboe, w ho w ill, I befor forty years. Last sprinj; I was takon form whom it may concern that v,e are in the mirket to buy your wheat and corn and will , with a Inlcut cotn;h, which threatened herd, sold at auction Friday, T. C. lieve, bear me testimon. A large deleways irne the hichest market nnO for same. We termitniti) my days. Kvery one proof Montgomery, realized $0,700. gation have promised to attend our fair to have added some new machinery to our corn meal nounced mo in consumption. 1 deterdepartment and can now make meal tn suit any mined to try Ayer's Clmrry Pectoral. The 8th Duchess of Oak Hill brought collectively and individuperson It cannot be equalled by any other mill and hop and Its effects woro iuali'al. I was immeill-utel- v We solicit a trial in our Hour and in this vicinity and several othew as high as $1,000 ally we extend them a most cordial invirelieved and continued to lmnrovo meil department All having grain in our line for sale will please cs.ll at the Mill, where our until entirely recovered." Joel Hullard, each. K. C. W. tation. agent will be found at all times, who will give the (iiillfiinl, Conn. John Roily, of Paris, III., is the ownuesi prices tor same, nrau and shlpstutl always " Six montlis ago I had a severo in stock W. N. POTTS. dealers of Iniisville, Ky The whisky er of the largest horse in the world. It of tlm lungs, brought on by an Supt., Stanford Holler MiU Co iji tf Iticesviiit cough which deprived mo of is 'JO hands high, weighs L'.oOO pounds threaten to organize a church exclusivemid rest, I and is five years old. The horse was ly for themselvesas some of tlie other sleep but obtained tried various remedies, no relief until I THE FLORENCE licing to take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A never broke, never otTtho farm anil nev- churches take exceptions to their few liotth'sof this medicine cared ine." members while they carry on their busier shod. Mrs. E. Cobtirn, 1!) Second St., Lowell, The I)iuville Fair begins next Tues- ness. A church composed of liquor Muss. have day anil lasts four days. Since last year dealers might be called a spiritual chinch "For children afflicted with colds, Washing bought the right to sell the rlorence Machine and am now prepared to furnish coughs, sore throat, or croup, I do not n half mile track, a grand stand and oth- in one sense, but we fear not of tho kind all who may wish to save their clothes from the which will givo know of any remedy that will come up to the stamhirdsof tho moro speedv relief tlmn Ayer's Cherry rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of er Improvements have been added and church invisible. Methodist Recorder. washing. Take one and try it and br convinced. Pectoral. I hiisii found It, also, Itivalu-ubl- e i ii not worry uu about tu ivg unless you are lul- s the entries already assure an unsurpassin cases of Whooping Cough." ly sausnea a. to us merits. ed exhibition. President W. J. Lylo Ami Losejov, PJ37 Washington stroet, The undersigned have purchased the Florence Its Delicacy of Flavor Washini? machine and after a thorough trial, we lt.iaton, Muss. has our thanks for invitation and comtake pleasure in adding our testimony to Its worth, efficacy of its action have- renAnd tho And without hesitation pronounce it a success in plementary. dered tho famous California liquid fruit Ayer's Cherry Pectoral every particular, doingf allV.that Is claimed for it: Vm Daugherty, Wallace, Dr. Ilourne, According to the report of the comp- remedy, Syrup of Figs, immensely popuMrs S. P Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis K. I.)nn, L, L Dawson, C. Yanoy, t'lir.PAUKD nv up the clogged Dudderar, J. troller of tlm currency, Kentucky has 00 lar. ItCleansosandTonos .Mrs manaa lean, i.eurge reyion. Aiex Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. National Banks, witli $10,OtH),:iOo' capital and feverish System, and dispels HeadC. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. K. Marrow. A. M. Kcland and many others Sold by all Druggist. Price $1 six bottles, 5. and resources to the amount of .'8,910,-48- aches, Colds, and Fevers. M.K. F.LKIN. Headquarters at S. S Mers' store. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ed till 1 ter-n- s ht myieibs well-kno- tootel 14-1- e, d San-did- K R Hii.TO)sr&:oATris -IN- Gcncral Merchandise, 'vr I ! I ' I 1J-- 17 I 1 to-6- The Favorite llwt-cl.i- s. Lebanon Planing Diill-tiilti- j uEBsHsssPr3iiiiiiiH i dis-cas- NOTICE d Ran-se- y, Cough Medicine I ) ia-- n, at-- Sl,-'J.- hem-orrha,- 'e be-s- WASHING MACHINE I - iioiti-cla- 7. J nwf&t. im wt t.v?i'i ..ita . - ., yy ,"y y . , ,.., ft 'm '11), ,? M4IM," CHURCH AFFAIRS. The young Italian woman, who w.i to have been hung in New York next l I'inevillo will have n . Frklnv for killing her husband, has had district institute August II. her peuteiire commuted to life imprison Two eburchen here, the 1'renbyteri-a- n meiit. Ky., .lut.Y Stanfohd, and ll.iptint, are without pn.storn. Judge Morton has rendered a deeis Hlder John Hell Uibson will preach ion iuvor.H.ii.1. tbereteniionoftbe Wva- ut HallHlb.pehn.vh on Sundav evening w,1,,m" ,,m" .. , ', , bim on the spot, inflicting a wound from loyan romule. College at Millersburg, but W. V. WALTON. which be died iu a few hours. After ineiieMer win appeal inu in.iuur iu Ilro. Barnes will go from (lien Mary putting the bulUt into bim the doctor higher court. A. C. SINK, to Dauviljoand will probably begin then DEMOCRATIC TICKET. did everything in bis power to extract it It is estimated by t lie strikers that Sunday, August '2. and in various ways showed bis sonow the C. It. A (J. lias lost $1,000,000 a The Women's Missionary Society of For Judge ol the Court of Appeal, for the act, but that did not prevent the month by fighting them, and they have the Kentucky Conference sent last year a month. Strikes jail JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, cruel olllcers from Iodizing him in cell. lost onlv Si'.'iO.OOO anybody. $.'.,018.10 for mission. and locking him up in a narrow don't seem to pay Bishop Wilson, who preached the colrevenue Tor Slicritf of Lincoln County, Of the $118,S:J7,:01.05 Wo have seen a v'ood many people, who commencement sermon here several Kento to be lected THOS. NEWLAND. deceive debts, shot for refusingiaws pay tucky for the Uveal year just ended, Xew yea in ago, will hold theSbanghal, China, nre contributed S14, but until the honest Conference October 11. changed it is rather a riskv business to York and Illinois being the only States Republican Xiitional Convention that contributed larger sums. It may surprise many of our true blue attempt it Chairman Kslee once said iu a speech: In a light between the Hugoton and "We make better wine iu Xapa Valley democrats, especially those who believe Wks"1u1 greetings to the It tndy-- egthat to the victors belong the spoils, that ged Shanghai of the Louisville Times, Woodsdalc men in Stevens county, Ks., than Jesus Christ ever did." !en. Itobinson, collector of internal rev- along with assurances of a continuation 11 men weie killed and a number Kltler W. A. Gibson, brother of our t The trouble originally enue in the Lexington district, still re- of our John Bell, will resign his charge at mot distinguished consideration. wounded. location of the county seat. We are overstocked and WILL soil them. During of the tains E. K. Blaine, a relative of the Plum- May wo gather ere the mint shall lose its Mayslick to accept a call to work iu the ed Knight and n republican of the most The directors of the L. A X., in ses- interest of the Widows' and Orphans' freshness on the banks of the sparkling offensive typo, in the best position in his sion nt Xew York, declared a dividend Home, Louisville. St. Asaph, whoe name be so beautifully payable in the stock of oflice. Yet it is true, the more's the piof II Rev. Henry Miller, from Xew Provi j couples with our', and forget for awhile ty. What excuse the general can oiler the ills the company. The earnings are to be dence, Mercer county, preached at the that Mesh is heir to such as carfor such a course we are at a loss to con in improvements on the road. Presbyterian church Sunday, having buncles and boils where the wicked expended The Prices will be Reduced to within the reach of all. Our entire Bruce Younger, negro, committed been sent by the Presbytery to ollicially jecture. Surely it cannot be that it is cease from troubling and the weary can stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and on a white lady in Halifax declare the pulpit vacant. because he cannot run the olliee without enjoy the effort to explore the bottom of an assault heavy weights, will county, a., one day last week and that bim, or that fully as competent a man a Couitland Palmer, the agnostic, met glass, with no prohibition can be found in our party to take bis eve to discover and make afraid. night be wore a hempen collar, one end death with the following wonls: "I place. Of course we have nothing of which was attached to the limb of a want you, one and nil, to tell the whole SOLD against Mr. Blaine, except his )olities, of Indiana, who hoped tree. Tiik republicans world that yon have seen a A mob took S. L. Klmer, who cruel- die without the least fear of what the and personally have much esteem for to get Porter to be a candidate Gen. Robinson, against whom we would for the same oflice iiifuln, thinking that ly murdered a young lady at Wahpcton, hereafter may be." There is nothing And in no event will any profit be added and many'lots will be sold not wish to speak harshly, but wo do his popularity might help Harrison to Dakota, from the sheritr and suspended surprising about that. Many a murderat HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Cost Sale think he owes it to the democratic party, pull through, are disconsolate, he having bim from the railroad bridge by the er has died on the gallows with the same and in the Clothing Department only. under which he holds oflice, to turn the positively declined to permit bis name neck, keeping the body there until it be- mock heroism. rascals out and then don a suit of sack- - to be used, asserting that be would not came oppressive. The Xicholasville Journal having Six davs since, while John Ander- - published that Miss Marie Barnes was cloth covered with ashes to apologize tot accept the nomination if tendered. The Ho it for not doing so long ago. best informed men siy that Cleveland, son was cleaning a well at Johnston, e- - born iu India, a number of other papers Thurnian and Matson will carry the braska, the upper portion of the walls have taken it to le a misprint of IndiTiie national conference of coloicd State, no matter who the republicans fell in, forming a roof over bim. KM'orts Ten per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. ana and are giving that State as her democrats held at Indianapolis last week put up or how many $:.' bills they put to rescue him have so far been uuavail- - birthplace. That bone of contention in was quite largely attended and its pro- circulation. ling. He is known to be still alive. the political parties is not entitled ceedings were marked with great unan It is believed in 'railroad circles that to such an honor. Miss Marie first saw .,,.,- .... h. h. Minimi, whose body was crema- - , feeling. The resolutions imity and good ,.f ...V.. ...... ...... . v.... light in far oil' India, when her faadopted heartily endorse the St. Louis ted at Long Island lust week, was pos- - W. C. W'ickliiiin, will be made Receiver the ther was a Presbyterian missionary to platform and the administration of Pies-- ! scsossed of a romantic soul. In bis will of the Chesapeake & Ohio. I Ie was very the benighted heathens there. ident Cleveland, and pledges a hearty be requested that his ashes be strewn familiar with his father's mode of work-in- '' Flour-Ilar-.Molasses-- , Sujar- Good 'nominees. The upon his flower beds and it was com support to the democratic DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. and is in every way fitted to be his ' conference shows that some colored men, pb'ed with. To give one's body to aid successor. K. The Kanvillcsnnd Lexingtons ate to at least, have at last begun to see the the Mowers to grow is decidedly more po- . dimi ltn.'i? nt IIWill-''Jllll. .FVI.T.t. It. , .Piiiti... play a game of base ball this evening at cue man ai.owing u 10 lunnoc.ay, wiui ,.; drift of the republican party ml are de,.lVC,, ,,,.., rtlslltI1K. when termined to no longer bo as dumb driv- which to chink a crack to keep the wind Virie Hamilton got a gun which lie :t o'clock. The democracy of Boyle county met en cattle, furnishing the votes for the a wav. thought was empty and aimed it at the in convention Saturday and instructed radicals, but getting no chance at the i ..i. ...i. in.. i t Hiiunia i... .i... pleasure oieveiy man .,...,...:... ..,:.!.. i ,,i., i in be loaded, ,.,-ICECREAM FREEZERS wie fof Jlm.H , yh.CrvHrv for representa- loaves and fishes. The republican pa- in it district, for ilbe limes was killed outright and . . this democrat and republican, pers are doing all they can to belittletbe to cast his vote for Judge W. S. Pryor, his brother mortally wounded. -- Tom Pelmaii, who ran awnv with Indianapolis meeting, but the fact re- for the appellate court, next Monday.! Notwithstanding the former I'Xpf'M ivhio wife idwul "a year mains that thinking colored men are be- He has no opposition, but the excellence once of entire los, a log raft containing ri,tnu,,j tw. r tjlw xu,,,i;h sibce flif) ginning to desert the party of frauds and of his .000 pieces of timber was munched at . ,);1, ,ji(1)j service and the purity and integri- yutlym pretenses. ty that has ever marked his Iif.', deserve Two Rivers, Xova Scotia, and will be jUMlh colored, of this place, , a full tribute at the Hands of the people, ; towed to Xew York if not torn to pieces wh(j ,hh, ,iN T. It. WALTON'S. 0,r nl of Si'CAKt.vo of (joy, McCreary's bill to who have delighted heretofore to honor! by the waves. It contains more tlmn t,w Ustttl... iroun.i lvtcisburg, has bad establish a U. S. Land Court for the ju,u,ouu,uw supoiiiciai icei, ami is me his pension increased. dicial investigation and settlement of Mini. ELEGANT GKEEN TEA ,, .. largest structure ever launched. , , A threshing machine belonging to r land claim, which passed the IIouko last .... .,.,,.,.... of Ciov. MW. .,,.. is stated mat inu republican cam- it the estate of l.ouiH Rout, was sold at T. R. WALTON'S. "It will be ' paign fund will reacli siu,iwu,ihiu, ii cnrrcsiinndi'iit tuwui .,-7" rv, of Mississippi, ought to be extermi the means of restoring to the public do $:,,000,000 of which are to bo put up by nated. They are continually before the auction on Saturday for N). George. Cogar purchaser. main and to rightful owners millions of Bankr Morton. The g. o. p. sees the NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS nublic iu disirraceiul episodes and now A holiness meeting in progress at acres of land, much of which has been hopelessness of trying to convince the A I comes Roderick to the front in the role Perry villo for about ten days closed Sunillegally held for years by land syndi-- j American people that it is best to s T. R. WALTON'S. She left him and he day night. On Sunday Messrs. P. A. of a and land pirates." He further place Growr Cleveland, by its followed her, and seizing her by the .Marks, II. M. Liiiney, II. C. Morrison, "In additions to his labors as cious arguments, mi it has determined to throat choked and bit her, broke a Mrs. Hoidmell and Mrs. Nave attended. Chairman of the Land Committee, Gov. buy its way hick to power, if possible. &j Wax pitcher and quart bottle over her head . Mr. Win. Ay res and family, of McCreary, on account of the frequent kicking her till he T. R WALTON'S are visiting friends in this viciniIn n drunken quarrel at Morehe.ul and finished by absence of Chairman Belmont, of the thouulit she was dead. Then he Med ty. Mr. J. K. McGoodwin has been cony Foreign A flairs Committee, has bad a Saturday Jim McDaniels shot Dan fined to bis home several days by illness. three times, inMictingserious wounds. and has since been hiding. great 'deal of important work of that FOR SALE ! Mr. I'd Rowland is back fiom an ex- It is hoped that .Judge Cooper, into committee to do. He lias proved himHUST0NVILLE. fid) with timileil triti In' ('iilifiirniii. Mi's. A. S. whoso district Rowan has been placed, .i tc "I Jin!, i i...ily in self to be oncof the best anil most ir . mjl liou.c mi II, niilcv "li rb (Iriliard I'lke W. Porter, of Lexington, is M,Grorty bus returned from a visit to Prof. J. members of Congress, and bis and who begins his romt there on the I K WAI'IMN Term.,y. constituents can well feel proud of their 7th, will sbo- law breakers that the pen- bore with Profs. Thompson, Blakenian ur daughter, Mrs. Diekpeddic, of Km- Co. II. C. Mock mettsbiirg, Iowa. itentiary and the gallows were made for able anil industrious representative. FOR J. H. Green reports an attendance of land H. D. have i. turned from a t'lein. Ifabme it nol .old I will n nt the hniikc t UK) at hisMoroland Sunday school yes- - trip to Northern Michigan and Canada. Wk very much fear wo have gotten a Tin: continued illness of Lt. Gov. BryrtuivoiMblc flgiite. I! WAI.THV good man into trouble, by publishing ten lay. Judge F. T. Fox and family, of Louis-villan has necessitated the return of Gov. I will not I wish to give notice that what is current talk at Rock Castle are visiting Danville friends. from his summer outinc. KenSprings, viz: that Rev. S. Xoland, the Biickuer be in Stanford on Monday, (ith, but exBoyle Nichols has announced himnoted croquet player, "pushes" his ball. tucky doesn't need a governor often, but pect to be there on Tuesday, 7th, which self nu independent candidate for town Kilitnr MeHiirKv nf f if . Ti.kwfttnitif. .Tnnr. when she does she needs him like the I learn will be observed as county couit marshal iu opposition to CUM' Oldham, I Huy T. ,,0,-'l is bL'"L'r s t!1L' ' mil, copied the' piece and has upon it for-- J,,sm day. who has been given the republican noin- initiated charges of cheating against the have one or the otherof them at Frank It vll oe remeinuereu uiai rriuiiy, jnation Mr. Nichols has been to Nicho- v Eitiitrtt tltiil good brother and demanded a church in- fort. flll. Aug. ltd", .will be examination day fornSville IA Aiiifiwu ttii'i aiiikt iiiitiiU nu n v.ifji.iini vestigation. We trust that we shall not AxoTiir.it Porkopolis bank has suc- teachers at Stanford. No business ex-- 1 trihiitini- - circulars for our fair which be be called jis a witness, but if we are we cumbed the Cincinnati National. Af- cept that pertaining to examination can j,j,,H Aug. 7th. He leaves for will swear like a little man that .Mr. Xo- ter a long struggle for life it was de- be considered by the superintendent on points south on the Cincinnati Southern land says himself that the charges are cided to go into liquidation Saturday. that day. and Iuiisville Southern. On the I'd false end result from envy of the best The stockholders will get less than "0 The imbroglios in school district No. t'ay, Wednesday, there will bean e.vcur-I- I Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, (Carter's) was adjusted on Saturday Bj0,, train from Louisville and interim--anplayer that ever bit a ball. cents on the dollar of the investment. the prospect now is that a title to .Jiute points, fare$l, including admission. the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over BnY.v O'Biiadi.kv is us brave a man as Gitovr.it Ci.kvki..ni) was shot and- kill- - the ground will be secured, a house ) Thursday and Friday excursion ever went on a pair of short legs, but ellastw-eekFortunately for the peo-- , imilt and the district redeemed to bo no trains to and from Georgetown on the there are some men that even the gal- plo of this great country it was not the longer a disgrace to the C. S. system. Cincinnati Aoutbern. lant general had rather not meet. John grand man who occupies the White tSfCoinfoit for youthful smokers. Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better diRhea is one of them. He refused to House, but a raco horse that broke his Just before the opening of the show Fii- DRIPPING SPRINGS. vide time with him at Frankfort, but log at Monmouth Park. dny Felix B. Twidwell fell on the Dkau FitiKXDs: grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the Rhea will answer bim all the same. The groundsill violent convulsions. Ho is My crowd of 100 of a week ago is Tin: president is engaged in catching general's falaeious alleged arguments, detrade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. somewhat bettor now but had it close to lit, so you see I have room for livered in a rather taking style, bear too salt water fish oil' Long Island and the call. His physicians say ho is a victim you all. Come in clubs or single as you You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. much the impress of a man who does story comes that he captured '.V2 blue fish to the deadly cigarette. like. A club of 10, all at one time, $o0 Saturday. The fishing must bo very lino not think for bim to permit them to be reported per week; less than that SO per week; Going by information, answered before the same audience by a there or the reporter lias been hired to last week J. B. Adams and lady from children half price. Now is vour chance. . lie for political cfi'oct. I can give you gnod rooms, but they will man who does. as hero on a visit. I am di- fill up rapiilly. Respectfully, Alabama MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. rected to coirect this and say that J. B. NEWS CONDENSED. Theri: are nine justices of tboSupreme I). G. Si,.niiiTi:i:. of Birmingham, in search of P. S. I will now rent four nice cottage Court of the United States, and even The L. & X. has ,(:W miles of track Adams, Jr., with the new chief justice there are bil at present and contemplates building a lady to his taste, is visiting hero. Tom rooms with cooking stoves at $") per I). G. S. Kaufl'inan, of Baltimore, a former citizen week each. three democrats. There will likelybe more. three more vacancies to fill in the next LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Tbo Kmpiess of Germany has been of this place is here with relatives. Mr. Samuel Woodson and family four years, and if Cleveland is elected, as safely delivered of a son and there is At the primaries Saturday, Laurel bad a narrow escape on Sunday. They bo iu all probability will be, wo will great rejoicing iu the Faderland. bad iust started homo from church nt county democrats enthusiastically and have a majority of the Court for the first Paris people voted US7 to S7 to unanimously endoised the record of the time in many years. Kentucky .Midland Neely's Gap when the mule attached to ran lion, .lames II. .McL'roary and pledged buiMjy became unmanngablo, and work on it in Bourbon began yes- their Liki: our esteemed friend, the late Mr. lown a stoop declivity, upset and wreck- - him their undivided support in the Dan- Is Receiving His terday. ed the vehicle, cutting nn ugly gnsh in villo convention, August 8th, ami tit the O'Bradley, Gen. Harrison hns never It is said that Gen. Alger, of Michi- the face of a little irirl who was one of )oI, , .0Vt.mR.,.. jr. t. C. learned how to think. The X. Y. Hergan, has given the Republican National the pnrty, but doing no further serious ald says: Harrison's speeches become Committee ti cheek for $100,000 for cam- .i....... A $." excursion will run from CinWo had a rain on Friday which was monotonous. They are rather wooden paign purposes. Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial fair cinnati to Niagara Falls and return on entitled to the dignity of a pretty Six tramps stealing a ride in a speeches, indicative of an opaque intelof shelled corn were smothered to It was accompanied oy a the lect. We rend them in a kind of lost, Kditors nre not faring well of late. death near Oniabii by its beinir thrown strong wind pursuing tbo track of the forlorn way, trying to find an idea. Into cyclone. The canvas for the show-ha- Congressman Gibson, of West Virginia, down an embankment. A volcanic eruption has occurred at been placed in position and every- denned out a pugilistic editor In one Tin: prohihit'mists of Tennessee spat Bandison, 50 leagues distant from thing in readiness for opening the exhi- round nt Parkersburg. Congressman Tarsnov says Cleveon their hands last week and took afresh Japan, destroying several villages bition. Kvervtbing was scattered, tbo ring converted into nn inland lake and land will carry Michigan by from o,(KX) and killing 1,000 persons. start by nominating .L C. Johnson for begun anew. There was no to 8,000, and Miles Ross, the national Win. M. governor. Tbo candidate first named by Lawreiicebupg, White, town I).marshal of all to bo but spectators say the curses of committeeman from New .loiney, says shot Wicks Bond four thunder, them died within a week after bis nomi- times Sunday, three of the bullets taking the showmen were n pretty good substi- that State will not fail the democracy nation. this year. effect in the abdomen. He will die. tute for lightning. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal i.ici. wm prolmlily ,nti-- liitn serious trouble. He went out to wluro Mnrtin King lived 1888 iitl leiiiiunli'l tlie liijuilation of a pro- 31. King le- I'essioual bill be outl him. I Mw t rone om .wi Sunilay-schoo- I STS3F0RD PLSWGML CO. J i "I,n" "' - Flooring, Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Hraekets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sash, Doors, lllinds, Veranda Work, Fie. Superintendent. t CLOTHING9 I. i ' 1 OLOTJffllNGo grow-ou- per-cent- ., JULY AND AUGUST AT A6TUAL MARKED GOST I well-fille- d lVce-think- BE Kx-Uo- , ?v Goods Charged; Cash in Every Instance. een - ..-..- .. .,,..,, ,, ,.. ..' SRT7CE MoROBIETS, Stanford. and T. j I 'riifkiiii.t-jiiiviiii- ' and Clean rcls for Sale Cheap. Walton. k i. j j - -- ,.... - r T. R. W-kxTOlT- i ,) i,,w.,,, M, , ,,,.,. ,. Extracts for lee Cream i I wi-i'k- . -- t ' wa-th- c dis-rate- wife-beate- r. . falla-add- s: l.ou-isvill- e, Fruit Jars Sealing ! Pel-fr- ' I elli-cie- 4 (. !, fk - J Mc-st- . k Inn RENT! I i, I Want to ' a Small Lot of Ilav. It. Walton. 1 1 I 1 f j y BUGGIES, CARRIAGES I - ! now-dow- 1 GEO. WEiSLREKT, ROUNTG'R. ' MERCHANTTAILOR AND SUMMER ; SPRING GOODS. cai-loa- d wator-spon- t. i d Yoko-bom- a, CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, u ' Br Semi-Weekly r Interior journal K. c. wam'on, uu8. Mununur Ky., Tin: (iohlii'ii people linv invited Mr. CiWitrren t nililrins tliem uiul lio Girr a jiood tllniior nt Zliiiinur'H ri'Htnu will do ho nt 8 o'clock Turn mill for '.'.H't'iitM. out mid henr liim ))iciteli tlic ool olil Kvtiix (iooil ilinntTH with a fliiui,t for lU'inoiTiitit' iloctiiuu. LOCAL LORE. NEW ADVEimsKJIKNTS. A It. KARL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY To loiineit ynuitclf with NEW! NEW! NEW! Bo .9.IMMEM, it liou-- c of 1; ji,ir' Iiicn.MiiH has onler.s to XXe wunt lu ciiKage tho irviu'of an A CARD TO TIIS PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. and the mail by utiie between here Intdllltent charge trutoithy gentleman to take S. S. Myi:im wcured the booth iirivi-U'jji'tliu entire of our btilni in hit lounty in Jh to KcntiKly and Lancantcr after This of the Kincolii County Fair. Previous rupcrlcncc nut a r.cteity. Publltsheti Evory Tuonday rtnd Friday. hediitii. are etctMloiiallv tilcatant Nut very be regretted as it xxiia a conniderablccon- - 'Inboriuii and yet pront.mN' full particulars made M. V. Hoi. mi Inn niiuliilntc for coiistii- - vfiik-nikiv'hii upun appiuntion Ailiire to bushier men. I' O 1:0X507. tl.NtlN.NA 1,0 9 Ssj I'KIt YKAIt,IN A1JVAXCH bio hern and auks the etippost of the pco-- 1 , Tin: Htockholders of the Lincoln Counpie. nol m (Mid SU.fJO will lie eharKi'd."tH "'Winn Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by ty Fair Association, who have not iaid Wk have just received a few Hilk liatH. First-Clas- 3 their subscriptions, will please call on me I have tpc'n-Bakery, Restaurant and In r h.p at Kow.uud in Mr. Peuny, in STANFORD, a n linn. I'leto call and examine. Owsley A at the Farmers: National II. ink and do so thu I im Mmr huui- and mil tn furnish California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyCmljr. the pub k Hitli ui. kind ol in.utt, fob and oys-ti- r L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. at once. .1. II. Itau'limau, treasuier. in thpir miii. A hire K1I1 ru I will cont in thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of ui- runniiiK my wjoii dritviraig mrat to my I!. 1'. I!m(houV ice mipply iut ave out Mult Irani colug North 1 31 lii Mai.f'inl nnd vn iuit Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try Am. old uecountH not paid by August turner I Jl I' in South l t l.l.KIN. yextenlay and we will have to do withI pre train " Soinli ii3Jiiii 1st will be jiliHcd in the hands of an olli- their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come " " " nrth. 317 am out till hii lake ice nrriven. j cer for collection. Six months is nit long .63011m Ion! freight North and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. m South 633 Iloniii:iin Wantkii. A nice front an I can wait for my money and I am 'I he Utter tram lo carry lut.cncu. Respectfully, SCHILLING & ZIMMER, 1 he alove I calculated 011 Mandard lime. Solar I mom and pxul board will be furnitdicd compelled to do this. A. T. Niinnel- ill dibver tr re; .il.r tirrc it about ao minulci fatter. in St. nford and Wholesale and Retail. a Hinall fauiilv. Mr. Kale Ihidderar. ley. icinny every inoriiir SrANKoitn. .July 81, 1888! only 'J5 centM at .liniiiur'n. ' Cut. to-tla- j f 1 NEW KUTCIIER SHOP. - ' 111 ICE. ICE, ICEt . 1 " ! Tmkkk will bo a 1 cent rate for round-tri- p Two NiiiteH of 100ms in Account mint Le paid at the hue of each month LebI mint tickctH from all point between le.vr Kooland at 3 j a in and 7 jo a in theVarris A Itasiihey building, opposite or mrien cuviomer ijuii i in Kcd tilntn at 6 i m anil K K HARROW 9 the Portman House for rent. Apply to anon and London to the Fair Thursday V. I'. llaiiiHcy. and Friday. .Special trains will run MEANS IU8INESS. 1 Co. from both points-- , but tickets will be A Tin: Stanford Cold and Silver llnnil pod 011 any train. YVatuii-and jewelry repaiietl anil lum enpined the hcrviccH of Mr. V. (i. warranted. A. It. Penny. 'I he farm contain if. Aires, fituated on the M11. S. V. Cotton, of the linn of Carroll, a -- olo coinctist of Loninville, to Springfield and I'vrryville 11V1, ; mile from the CxnToit oil, lard oil and machine oil former and Emiii. from Lebanon Surroundtd A Cotton, Middleburi.', hassold by awint them at the Fair, liood iniihic of all kind at Mcltohcrtn A FtujV. cb(.oli and chnrcliev and i Kood neiKhboM, out his interest to Mr. J. ('. Collins-wort- h adanted to all the favorite gram and rae grovrn may be expected. Tni:lM'rtt jilace to buy ilrujiH, patent Ha gctd hou-- , barn and other ill Kentucky . medicincM and toilet articles U at A. It. for cot and eairiauc The firm outbuilding rknty of amnj: water and in a Pkimi.vs having exprcua jiackapn for will boColliiiHworth k Co. now, as Mr. high ttatc nf cultivation for further p.inicuhru, lVnny'n. addre K.S I'OWF.I.I.. HuMonville. Ky It.... I..I. ..I.t.il. the 15. it 0. F.xprcxrt will pleas; leavo Collinbworth has taken in a partner. ...I t l.,w.l. mipplien of all them at my olllce or Iimiik out the pastepajHT, jiencilM ami KimiN Horn A. u. renny. Tiiiikk negroes, William Stuart, (leo. board mus I hae furnished them. A. &c I k'tiarantce all watches and evoty arWash and Hooker Wood", were bioiieht T. Xunnclley, Audit. McKIXNl.Y, K.Y. ticle of jewelrx I hell to be just an repre-Mtilu- l. oowii iroui unto iirciiiuii yeMieruay iy A. K." Penny. A mkctim. of the Lincoln County Club , jIlU 'lB Hi,ht r l'(ir igs is hereby called for next Saturday night, ,.,. trit.4l ihI anil to liruK, Mullcinif, the famou Svrup 01 Icor, irit vmir prcurriptlon primiptly and SOMEWHAT PERSONAL Mm, nnd at at S o'clock sharp convicted for disturbing religious wor- rectly filled fine afl hour,Toilitto Kit your Staple at the Court-Hous(inicerlr, Cleans, Articlet, ftc ko tn n' j a ivtt ...1 .. .i.u.n .Ions P. Dwim iMpiite ill with Mux lltisinessof importance is to Im transact-- 1 ship. .....u & 1... i. vl..n. nllljtliniltii '.v.. .jtlcpartmunt, aIo attmd to otirdritK . nd and a full attendance is expected. Ily and fever. tin- u unts ol tin lck, nltht or day, in town or Spkakixo. - It. C. Warren, lCsip, will couutry jq K. C. Walton, li.w been granted a order of the Piexideut. Mit. II. C. Iti address the people of the Waynesburg Secretary. snsion of a month. Aug. 1," precinct at Kingsville Jr.H.i: Dknsv and ;V H. Pcauchamp, Will keep constantly oahand a largo and select l'ne of Furniture 1 .ripping springs. at '' p. i., on the issues of the hour. He of Ixington, am at .,,:,.,, TOIlllm.ll(W hm. and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods Mis-I.i:V. ..- - . ...111 n: .....UMN0Mt...i)TiurwluVi Thetiotting races aie alii will also speak at the Club meeting atI V...U4. i a.1 t.. McKinucy Saturday afternoon at . (,. Sparks. U visiting her sMor, Mrs .. . .. 1M, fu MM.k iroll,M.H a5 h0W f th T f. WAr vi.fid j o'clock. We hope every voter of the Mii.lMArlli:i.iiis,ii clever (( Jkj rt.(..- Two mill South ol Stanford on N'eal's Creek., ttwlH,r u sections who can will be present. was 111 10 see us mr ul L.irlilt, Ky w, LIIAIU. Aiiurit lie Hlook Healer, that is wanted now to make the thing a lay. complete success. Wi: asked a good republican how Ijiw-- 1 (Jroitoi: T. PoitrMW has moved his ! Tin: Merry lUchelors will give auoth- - yer lUvison made out at Mt. Vernon in restaurant and cool drink hoiw to Lib-eitorator, ".lust tolerable," i r of their delightful bops at the Opera! theioleofan I I 111 a I have I. ....I 4o aTi-- , norc or low, of Mountain, Coal w n " I I..iih V '.,l Thursday night next. They and TimUr l.abdt that will .I'll at a bargain I i . Mil. It.O. Hui, of Somerset, nun..' "h,'aM ""' have a tor rimto mil lorn furniture and un- w,l,',"s ,1,,rt- np vestenlav to vMl her ,urents a week eug.tued Morb.nch. of Louisville, to fur-- 1 dcrtiVuiK, hardware or tiunir' rtabhliment " ' " audience would feel rather sote Tht v arc Kuod fir 4udavs. Forlurthrr informa . 'nlshthemu-icur;0. Poons attending the C V MHCAII' inatHin, ivrue t W IlipsjlWed aiotiud for half ... I . Mi..iiMi!..ir ..f Fairar....mlirtllvii1vit...l,.r,.in1,h, m..r ftT he had llarbourv il'c, Ky i an hour or so. Hut the lawyer is a great Anderson county, nro.it Mr. 15. O. Al- - that night and attend. man, notwithstanding. fold's. ... 'I'.... U ! . T I . til Illlll'.ll-IJ-..... ..Ill ... IV III I III I I . iliss IIih.k TnriiiMN, of Danville, has L'tve a novel entertainment hfiileht .tn PitiMiiKsr F. ,.., ltMiitcllsus that the loci- CRABORCHARDSPRINGS' ., . .... sister, Mrs. Jell 111" bcfii .Mil.... the (Iper.i Houm. there. It will be a '".'" " i'"m.nuneaire nun ring at uie Jine" Iritktlf littilt Waialil ltl. " lltlilait tlita tuiltl. air grounus nave oeuu cnaugeo iroui ia-- 1 ' UltllHVlllc, Is, , ... . iar so that the entire track can be seen ., Mil. K1.1111 visiting Ml. Annie Dunn, at Mrs. .las. u,Jt,,1J011 ,, ,.; ..f.,and the races obervts! front start to fin OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. , , ,M. Paxton's ,ri A M Kinnaiid will Ik' the l"l' U is much more shady ami an im fnlri 1. V. MuiNi.it, lwi., was hunt yittr- provement in everv particular. The di- - Fine llr.n and Strinc Hand Attendance from Wikiulu tliikliritlik irnutlit tlllil I (V I . fii have t nothing undone for tho July im to .Ssnluinbcr it. lult. riatly reduced diy m route to Plnevllle, with a view of; and J of other voui: IfiHBSIHitHMMMlHHHliHHHMHIHHIBSslMKvV comfort and enjoyment all who attend, Si per dy ami $10 per urasand upward .ousting. gentbiuieii will lake the pints of the perTHOMAS MiXV.MAN, Manager; Mii..- - D mil im. Jom ami Hannah son UMially m'cii at a wedding. Aduiis-slo- n and it is hoped that their ellbrts will be JAS C KIMJ, lteiileiiiSiipl ; fair, of the Mt. Salem neighlHirliood, j, "ll rents; children half price. l. 1! l.DMISTON, Cliric. We rewauletl by large crowds. Ibs-ker- . are visiting Mis. !r. S. i. are under obligations for invitations and Tin: C. cV O. excursion to Old Point on w it iti:itn, of Maiirhoter tefcrved seats. the sell coaM, which will run Augu-t7t(topped a ilnv or two with Mrs. .1. P. A Democratic Club w.tsor- - is the cheapest as well as one oftheniost .'vMiriiKii. Itailey, on leturning fnnn ( iiieiuuiiti be I'OMi.n Stanford, Ky intirir. II.......,... iimiui 11 Into hji1..miuiii fm- iranieil .. ul Mtdinnuy last week with interesting tiips .that could .1... taken. dud on tinI 4I.I day .1 rtidmt of leaving consid- , .. .1. mw rat- - o. i.,.. ...r . . of Mav, ' .V u.u ...u....- - erable I'lt.ne for (l.ntrihuifun iSSE, hi heirs. The i meniDers ami Mill there c- me .... ... more Uockeastle. un.nnc Powers Co., is now clerk at liud thru. hlizaluth, Mary and f'H". Tin- - ollicers elected weie, Ur. ' tiip you can isit the sea slime, IJ.ch- - uiccilent ho left thi Mlcr, about the vear iSa. county Dull), vv Ilis principal business is to h.dp enlei- s (iri"'11 lxru president; J. Walker (iiv-- j mrtnd, While Sulphur Siirinur and iiiin- - Mizabeth and Marv whin lat.t heard 01' were tainthi- - guests a in this Slate .mi) in that portion liiou-.1. dreds of places made famous either by ' 'I ho l'iirch.ic." Dolly uhenlatt heard of wa .1 llice '"s, Joe W. Sallce, Tin: voting gentlemen of this Revolutionary or the late war. and resident of Kanvan Ai.y person h.ivin; any a to the prcttnt residence of the above have received invitations to a paitv to! II. Vanhook, seeretaiy; .las. P. Ciow, tlie , treasurer, hM .1. Tanner, .lames Daugher- - have i.lentv of time to set' .them all. A named parties or their htir. vv.II pleaie write to (Jar-lll.Xlin (.luiiiij Miss Thompson and .should lie made no fnnn here and 111c Kt Stiiuford, I mcoln innntv Ky naitv ...... 47 JOHN M HAIL, Kvcillnr. Havis Thompson at I lttrroisi.urgM .f a ;1U.1lt ,llimhcr fs (,h,uilUM( iU1(J mil tlay aftcrn.H.n last and x.eie biicfly ail- - thev will CHiiiinunicate with us, we will Aug. l". dressed by Judge. I. W. Alcorn and U. M'ethat thev ia-- tho advantages ofaspi- g Mi-- s Mismi: Ki.i.nnT, a veiy cial sleepim.' car. lady of Kiiksille, was tho U. xxarren. Hie latter will speak at MAX'E length to them next Sum day at I U'ltcs't of Mix. .Too Sovurance, on her way DEATH'S DOINGS. o'clock, when a full atteiidanco and home from a hoxer.il xveeks' stay at The wife of Josh Dye died Sunday o! many recruits aie expccti d. Spiings. Kink Castle -- Orcoiisuinption. J.xmi-.- s 1)i:.m 111:1: and Mm. Amos MeTHE LARGEST AND FINEST XX'i' Iu.IImvi. if ui Iifut vt:ivi'il iiivmv nil- The death of John Hardin, the promKinney, of Madison, son and .laughter of ((1(!rwi,((k ut Uw huHnvsil limil.lp.ri ising eldest son of Attorneytiener.il HarT. It. Demaree, tho lecturer, have been ttl0 IIW ,jw ,,r,!,nv for tho Inst ten din, of a complication of diseases, occurxisiting the family ol P. L. simMiii dur- - (i)yH wnI, ,JlV4, ,.milJ,,.,, ta.0Iltju.1M,. red at I'runkfoit last week. . nig the past week. rates s2.50 to $4 per day. accord-in- c icv of the paper. I'or veai-- we have ml- The death of Mis. Tine Cook, who lluf-- i v,;(.aU.(1 Tom Iln.i.and his little Uf.'aroat witl J)M t)lc. ulaor of a genuine was a sister of Messrs. A. C. and J. I to rooms; , : tali,. Wvo.ning,itini.icsmJiiian...nm..1 Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watch- ........ r .1(vilnta"es of . iuioiosi.il, Hiiiiti m iiiiii.iiim.u 111 .in. I 1 Hln. Uim laimv .. ...'(...ilmi 1... . 1,. Ti.i. itihte.' a in 'vet tins vottiiL' 111.111 wti done with neatness "...v.. :.... ui. m n uiiicasier letter, win m'iih a uciiiiniii i lukisii a- i hs in hotel m&kcr with many years' experience, all work and as coutenic.i as sue can eve. we ....m, ft, hW))()) ,ts.0vs ,lu, UC)k )f ,aIf -- and dispatch, fully insured. - Spectacles and Eye Glass js to suit the pang of regret to the hearts of the many side of Kentucky. a lifetime. We wantto have it distinct- - fiiends of the excellent lady and till eye. Piiok. S. J. Pi hum wutes that he has ,y lIMkinrtlHMl mt wean, t1L. hxMlt them with sympathy for the bereaved ELECTION lYOTRJE. been elected piiucip.il of the. Pendleton a"nil iu,rt. h(l0W tll,, L.V(,ri w, saw a husband, children andotlier relatives. '1 be votrr Atademy, a nourishing school at Fa! Couplo of ladies witliout them the other of the l'tirncrnvilk. Wain til Flat The Cucio, Texas, Utillctin contains Highland M.ti;iitcriul Dimhci mouth, 40 miles from Cincinnati on 'l1' ,,,y and tho sight was far from attract a high tribute to the lid: nnd charactcrof arc herebyand VX'.ivneisburi; an order of the Linnotified that by coln County Court and writ of election i.tued by K. C, ami has a line prospect for doing ive. Mrs. Cleveland mav be able to do Samuel C. Ijiekev, Kko., xvho was a the clerk n'f aid inurt in pumuanci' thereto, I will well. poll aid county oti-hold an wiiiiounnem, mil some imiies are not otu.r of Hon. 15. A. Lackey, of this a klicriffatofthe variou voting aplaces and aul di. election in l)n. xi) Mils. Mounts Kvxss have ar- built that way. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) county, and who died tho first of tho trict on make this their home. Maj rived to PAVOIUTK I.INEIlKrVKi:. THE NORTH AND SOU III. He and Nkt Monday tho election for sheiilfl month. ........ was born , hero in IS.",:' ,..!... MONDAY, AUG. 6, 1888, 1 11 ..ml ...- -, t'.....u ...... ivif.. ului nrii iinu . . 1. in . lllUIV f..ll , . .m-- , ik neuuH-nui" oinn.ee,V " LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. visiting in Hanodsburg, will have their, I'or the purpinc of electing a Jutii.e of Ihn IV.n.e o v vow- -' John ,C. Hicckiiuidge, he moved to ' Thomas I). Now nut , tliu on IN ,3 , , HOURS. in c.ul. of said divtriiUlo till vac.iui.ie c.iiiid by ,.. tJur iteopit! arupioas- j,. with them. ,:.. ,,f the failure of M. " Owen in the Tiirmmillc 1111s siioum not icat ' v .' lax-- , in xvhieh he became eminent. His Diktrn-- t to uualify, the removal of John A. Single- Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. to welcoinoall of tliem to our iiiuist. i''i eami male. to ocnevo mat lie wfl, ton, uf tho aynebur District, from the county, (jVL ,.lil(llt.n hllrvivi. hi,,,. Ki:v. A.S. Moiiktt, who has endear- - c.eoiiious oe.i.ocnus the removal of K C I aulkner, of the Highland and that theie is no no a walk-ove- r -- (inn-aril ,.1 1..1M... 1., l.t.1 ..l..,i,il. ami fill bus ,...-.-. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. Klkin, after a loin: illness of Ilivtricl and John Anderson, of the Walnut l'l.it .......... . , .. en lllllisirii hum: . .. '" from 101 u.e... o go w u.o pons, u .HcdThui-sdaat his homo I)ntrii.l, under the Male thi itth day of July, '8. people, left Saturday for his I1L.U-- : ossuy our Oien in) hand THMI'ISX AS SHORT lalNK. ' L'ie opposed by a party that b'"l iu Louisville, to which city he moved T.I). XKWLAND, charge at Midwav. His wife has gone to maiihoiMl tostnml up and niako a from here seveml years ago, aged tr,. Ho Id Shcri'f ol Lincoln Co. Virginia for a short stav and will j0j, tlu . . ... Lllllttflt flllllt MlIU tlllltltt 111! tltlk 1IIIUI1 lilt n CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN HAY 6, 1883. "Mti"' " "" '" v "Ul was a Inotlier of the lamily '""" We Miiccrolv wish they him later. is the aver- - of we are not. The still-hu1.1 will. lis., for wo this section and leaves besides his , , . . iinu1 ...iimini..! rim in 1....... ,. ........ v HEAD UP. '"mucins ...ea o, c.iieni.ig ins wif,., who wasa Miss Kmbry, of Madis. il have never known a preacher for wl BVJ r!nuMiiul the knoxv that only !)' TRAINS NJjRflir KAIN'M hoD ?H dauglr live children-th- ree in wmiity, we have formed a better oinion No. 6. No. 4. "No. 8. So. ' Xt ' at puMn. "No T. .vw. j. J II Mm. , I vwll " mi lr.isui'iif "" " ,""; ters and two wins, MUs Leila beiu' the STATIONS. wavtlian of .Mr. .Mollett. .May as Daily. S. a. Daily. Daily. ntiiyl.t e bibitt bidder on Daily NotxvitliMtuii.lliiK , Daily. ' Daily V.x. hun. Daily .,n!ll.Ple.iativellc..loKlccthilnastho,etll'll0l'lJf,)1f.n,l',; d(U.ht. A mi,lllH,r of vhrMm ,l,dr l,ro,u'Mi,1t,0U tlu'ivfore, it is haft tu chnn.h mtl ,K.rfw.ty nwnu, of his .,,,. Ciniinniti 4, 1888, 8 17 a m 4 03 pm S on I'm 7 55 a I.'ve U'ilh.imHown .., A'rv 640am 64a pm 10 js .1 in1 60a p m pm liv levcH behind. 13 a m Bjoa in 4 jj p ni 9 35 pm1.. 9 51 a in j 47 ,lri.rSTi:iii.is K. (i..M., of Cuero, uiiiiu that tli-- y will HpritiK n cniitliihito liriKli.iiiiiK ilcuth he made all prvpam-Texa- s On tVi' pn Miirtl.iiul Si.nl jii, Ciliviiui.lti .11 ji m . 4 10 a Oeorj;ctoii... 7 J4 a in 3o3 pm ,M "' 7 tJ n 10 ,17 fvhm.I ut the lat liuuriintl I.cxintoii.... ,, n,fti 3 48 a in 4 13 pin ; no a r.i 240pm Souiliern K IS , thi folio a wtf di nbcd propvrl, 1059.1 in 7 31 pm II o p 10 15 a M, P""" 30 p ws lon- - f)r R arrived on a xWt to IiIh mother il.iiuii.il nil ili'iimi'miii' m.Mtl.v uiul . . Danville. ... ........ J 33 a .11 10 p m s 30 a pm e i) pin 13 i pm ... l iirnr. when the tinat Hiitiiiiioiiri came. ...is re j ji) a tn 3 10 p ni jo a in 00 pm A tock ul Ki'od tlu't will invoac about f;oo, I jo Junction City . : . ' :.. pm iaj a ui 11 Js .1 in . . . ."atnrday. 11 Hiiirival lent litis Alr..ioitn ISPil' ) 5 P n Sonicrict . .. 05 a in' 05 a m ao a in a 30 pm to elect him. Is noth- - .miiiwucre lnoiinht to bancaster for in tml1r.1t.11i).' bat., in,), Ij'1'4". hiie., hardware, hero confidence , 00 p ui ........ osspm 11 js uui ... OaUlalc 7 if a m tiuvaru iiiidiiiiciivari:; not $jo worth of iins.il.i-hi- e 050 pm .. ...- -. . S i am IS ' in Miller that when they xvuio returiiiiiK h I.'ve 7 lop m manly and honorable in such a' tetnieut, where many friends gathered I lie btocl.. 4 oj a in Koud lObopmi.. ,... , 3ao a in ... uo p in Ar'v.. C'hatlanooKii. Ar'v 0 j. p ni i) co a in render of I.eo, their l.'c...Clutnnooy.i.. The hoiuc liome after the hiu ,..... 8 50 a in 6 the last tribute of respect. Mrs. Om luiie and lot ill .Mnrrl.lllil and the lot i ae .... ,. ..Attallt. . . course, but it iiiuct be met. Forexvained 1 J IS pm coiiiturtable 10 ;jin dnellliu route lay thronch the mountains of is forea , . Ilirininhui.i.. 11 P,! one acre of firille land. and we appeal to the tleino-- ! . . " JSP'n 3 30 .1 in i IS pm is 10 .p 41 .i . rilCAloMi.V. .., 10 n 9 10. ) hi in Ill.ul.iiillli xtion an J lot with .1 Mt of tools, OiO pin . North Carolina. AniviiiK at tliu top c.i cnitie voters ol Lincoln county to make Ar'v" ...Miridi.m . . l.'ie 4 10 a m 10 30 pm I hi i tbu onl) nhiip in toun and h. a line run a in .1 ,..... 11 5 pm t,.rVi mirvuylii"; the .. 1 an unusually tall one and nfiiivlixii. . .. . G.P a hi' o to a m Ar'v.. Nuw Orleans .. L'e jixipm 10 oapai it a point to o to the polls and thus as- I.'vf, ...Miridl-iu.- . oe pm Ar'i . . J 10 1 One trait 01 tlinbcrtd land of b airt. Klnir 1 C 15 pin "weiiry wildeViiebS of xx'nste im all hides, sure the -l- ;m"; ivennoit is hardly oil witli Ar'v .. ....... 9 L,. .1 III I. ie.. . . J.ieon of ouo of the best niilie.mi of Kuliaiikv hjatii.n, C " K K , in I'u. I 'h,v 4 vo pu (ifl. she is on with the new I.wl.1 Kiuiitv Ailinlnlui; aine, an acre with . ...HI lu a m the 'ic. ,.'itfl.hur(,, Mr. (.limes exclaimed: a ni 10 I.'vr.. shcrills the county Imrf ever had. p week she i.s:r.inte.l a divorce dwi'llliiK. A lilleto the latter tract will UWi v,"f"' .... ' 4 id pm Ar'v. ..MireveKirl.., 0 . am. foro I am fool uiidiikIi to o out to fl,'ht the experience of kibt August teaeli us a from One U the liusband she paid his llrst wife larim.' Ilalfi.ili; bi auc"! in 311 day. Note for the country apiin I'll take u look at. lehsoii and make us determined that it $.",000 to h'ivo up and the next hhe is v. I1I1 m, iul urrivo tn Chattuiojga at ijcw.a m. No. 10 leavr xoml sei uriiy and Hill retnincd on really. N. 1). Trnin No. 9 leave. Oaldak .u s l, OakiUtU nt I JJ. huxuindihtid in II. MlnVv, uho do it lli-- t." not be repeated. Kvery republican, married to Melbouino Alel)owell, her lij 'I d.iyiliule, will J.tl.id their .iccoont not pay ChiUianoofia al 5 . ' V- - ""J shall in tliu iraiiiii. man, who has for the time cap-ti- n Mann lUidoir l.uiUt hleepins Car o all k IMhimj black and white, will bo at tho polls. leading II COI.LP.KAN, ije-r- i Krt. A I'- -Act. cd her fickle atlcctions. Her couio liauiU of an officer lor rolloction. All thovc fi e JOllNC.OAL'l.r, denirhl Manager, I m now ready for town taxes. H. .MSiiVk will plunge claim iiulnl J. K, I XkHOI 1.. (l.neral Superintendent when I all on you. Democrats should be at leant as patii-oti- in matiimonial aflairs has done much to ihrin with mi', properly v.ilticul. liave the money .. I o .r.li Street, Ohi . r.mVAiU) Al.COKN, Truvt-Ciikiiiii ti. 7 l'aiil 1) m Im,', (JcntralOTi iniiiK her profcion into odium. i. Carpenter. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Foil ltn.vr. At One Cent Per Pound No. I ... Farm For Sale. Washington SEW FURNITURE STORE ! th j LOYD 1 - CO. Mill ,w. i:i j I ,.,. ,., ,, ,,, e, nlu il ii. ,rlhv ,., t(. TH.:F.u.i.-i:x7r"Ihingnship.s- hpe' for salt:. ,.,, ,, House and Acres Land ,. :: , v. Mountain Xiands 1 . BOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. "" hav-cl"""- ,i,'n' ' I 1 I . f '. .If .., - Crab Orchard, Ky. I ,,",., itl-rt- ..... A 111 r.s-tor- s iM..siMva'rM.Mai:jt wsi Mih-Lm- "WAIil PAPER and PTTKITIT'vJSlB. h, HEIRS JVAKTED. - 'nt rr . . 1 complete:stock alvayson hand. liv-in- ts .. m,,.,..,, -- .v, .. PLEASE OBSERVE -- .,., 1 aitiac-tneyoiin- t THE GALT HOUSE, wmsvn kbntootv. M'ROBERTSSTAGG A JJFUJML AffiTMJ113NT hotel in the city. im-inii- ti ... ,, s WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. ,, ' ...... ... - Ki-ss- i!i - ' fr j QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. .. l.. ', -- .- .,.. 11 ..,,.,.. ,., 'lex-hom- ,, 1 i' ....! ...... ,,,,,,(!, "'"'""" well-know- ... lios TTTBmO SAIiE. ItICAX)0r'. 1 - ' 1 ..... Saturday, August iii-i- ". 111 . K ,,,, ,,,, 111 111 1 1 111 111 111 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 111 . ,. feS.'S SStr y 1 . 1 111 , , 1.1 , 111 y It e. null-iliu- 111 1 h.iv-iii- '' (.cor".' Al '" ,i;vgv4 ' 0( 4.UUyVM-',''4 ' " ".'tf TS .' 1.1 gg S. ' ' , '. 'V? ll"lVV"T"yr"'Tyw''J"M'tT" ,t..m,.v .,,, i?1, nap IT WILL BE A BIG LOSS, BUT IT CAN'T BE I HELPED! ? The Greatest Sale of Men's & Boys' Clothing, Dry Good; Boots, Shoos, Furnishing Goods Notions, k, AT THE MOST MERCILESSLY SLAUGHTERING PRICES EVER ATTEMPTED In this town. Everything goes, Stock and Fixtures, nothing reserved. Former Prices Are Cut and Slashed To Pieces and The Stock Will and Must H and intend to move nothing. I am going to leave about September 25th 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. What's The Matter With Bradley? (To the Kditor Interior Journal ) Be Sold, Liberty, Ky., July L'oth, 1888. Last Saturday the republicans met here to rnise a flag to the worship of Harrison and Morton nnd to have n jolly time generally, which meeting had been heralded by printed posters announcing a great number of speakers; among that n u tuber was Col. W. 0. Bradley, of Lancaster. The day dawned auspiciously. the rising of the sun the riuskv sons and daughters of Ham began to pour into town and later the pale faced worshipers began to put in an appearance, in full time to pay their devotions to the Chicago Tribune man, which they lid right royally. The first speaker was lion. Mr. Nell) of Adair, who howled and pawed the air for nearly an hour, doing no good or harm to any one as we could discover, then oil" to the picnic grounds to enjoy the partially barbecued beef and mutton, the supply of which fell shottof the demand, we are inform ed, which put some of the bovs, w ho had been keeping themselves for the occasion, in an an ugly htfiiior, but this was only a foretobtp of the sorrow and disappointment that was to follow. The gallant Col. Bradley had entered his appearance the evening before, looking as hale and hearty as he could have possibly looked at the Chicago Convention. Ckxtkai. Normal School and Business The cooked sheep fcc. being soon finishAll College, Pleasureville, Henry Co., Ky. ed, speaking was announced. opens first Tuesday in Sept., g Fall session mounted the stand, the programme '88; "JS..")0 pays table board, room rent rlrst n speech from Lawyer Davisweeks. Privateboanl on, of Lincoln, then by the silver and tuition forten ?2 per week; room rent fiOe per week. tongued orator from Lancaster, but alas when Lincoln's representative had closed Business College equal to any in the the silver tongued had fled and was new State. Schools of Music and Art taught Telegby artists of Ability. Short-hanest tnmiftM. No one can fully account for raphy and taught by comhis disappearance. It may have been petent teachers. Three hundred and from a rumor that then was a Chicago twenty-fivmatriculates last year. We on the ground, Tribune correspondent have the school and at living prices. which proved to be a mistake, however, Send for catalogue. Address J. B. smd when the silver tongued being President. loudly called for by Hon. F. P. Combest, the commander in chief of the g. o. p., The last vestige of the famous cattle and failing to answer, the crowd com- trail from Texan to the North will soon menced moving oil' and after ioine little be wiped out. This trail was. (500 miles long and'one mile wide, and when the istute spouting by several of the les-survey was made this strip was lights, creating no furor, the crowd all originalthe use of the s 'ft for cattlemen. moved townwnnl, looking as solemn as of thousands of cattle have been if returning from a Chinese funeral, and driven along the trail, but the railroads two or three, inclitdiiis Uncle Moe, have rendered it iisele.- - and it is now to tlooked like each one had lost his cud, be thrown over to settlement. but how are we to account for the abJt istlicnioneytliattalkfi. Harlystraus sence i)f the silver tongued',' iiri not worth iiiuch, but wc ennn'ot help Some said lie win drunk, obscrviii); that a ood deal niorc than i Otlisrs said na) ; hiilfof mi the republiSo ne said lie had (he dljrr'tei can side, nnd u uood deal more than half of the bettinicN on the deiiiwcnitic tick-- I And had to run aua. T. V. V.l(. X. Y. Sun. et .t I The only baking powder yet found by chemical analysis to be entirely free .from lime and absolutely pun? is the "Hoyal." This perfect purity results from the exclusive use of cream of tartar specially refined and prepared by patent processes which totally remove the tartrate of lime and other impurities. The cost of this chemically pine cream of tartar is much greater than any other, and on account of this greater cost is used in no baking powder but the "ltoyal." Prof. Love, who made the analysis of baking powders for the New York State Board of health, as well as for the Government, says of the purity and of the "Koyal": "I lind the Uoyal Baking Powder composed of pure and wholesome ingredi ents. It is a cream of tartar powder of a high decree of merit, nnd does not contain either alum or phosphates or other injurious substance K. r. Lovk, Ph. 1." It is highly Kitisfactory to the housekeepers of this vicinity, where the ltoyal Baking Powder is in general use, that the investigations bv the analvsts in Massachusetts, New York and Ohio, the only States that have thus far taken action upon this important subject, agree in classing it as the purest and most efficient baking powder in the market. whole-someness 6 Hot Constipation prompt treatment. The result d neglect may bo serious. Avoid all liurslt unit driwtio purgative!, the tendency of which Is to weaken tlio bowels. Tito best remedy la Ayer's rills. Being purely vegetable, their action is prompt mid their effect always licnelleial. Tliey are an adnilrnblo l.iver nnd After-dinne- r pill, and everywhere endorsed by tlio profession. " Ayor's Pills am highly and universally spoken of by tlio people about here. I make dally uso of them in my Dr. I. E. Fowler, Bridge-jxir- t, Conn. "I can recommend Ayer's Pills abovo all others, having long proved their value us a cathartic, for in vac If and family." J. T. Hess, Lelthsvllle, Pa. " For several years Ayer's Pills hnvo been used In my family. AVo find them an Dr'iiiiin.N prn.-tlce.- 17 I Effective Remedy for constipation and Indigestion, and are never Without thorn In tlio house." Moses Greuler, Lowell, Mass. "I havo used Ayer's Pills, for liver troubles and Indigestion, during many years, and havo always found them prompt nnd efficient In their action." L. N. Smith, Utica, Jf. Y. " I suffered from constipation which assumed such nn obstinate, form that I feared It would cati.su a stoppage of tlio bowel. Two boxes of Ayer's Pills effected a complete cure." D. liurke, Saco, Me. , I Ie-in- Type-writin- g "I havo used Ayer's Pills for the past thirty years and consider them an invaluable family medicine. I know of no remedy for liver troubles, and havo nlwnys found them a prompt euro for dyspepsia." .latne.s (Juluii, 10 Middle St., Hartford, Conn. "Having been troubled with costlve-nes- s, which seems IneUmblo with of sedentary habits, I havo tried Ayer's Pills, hoping for relief. I am glad to say that the havo served mo tietter than any other medicine. I arilvn at this conclusion only aftor a faithful trial of their merits." Samuel T. Jones,. Oak at., lioston, Mass. r e Ayer's Pills, I'ltKl'AItKD IIY Se-cre- Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Dealers In Medicine. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Trotting 3 1) Trot, best 1 In 3 mile heats ..too oo $75 to first and $15 to second. Class, best Jin 5 mile heats .130 ix 9 J100 to fir.t; $jo tu second ; Jra to third Kite to fill and jt t Mart in each ( akos-e- , DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, and to percent, entry fee; entries to close on lite 1 day of Jul)-- . FANCY ARTICLES, &C. ... Rest Combined Mare er flt'tlmx IJ on it Rest pair of Horses or Mares, regardless uJtiid) c 1000 Physicians pres.r.pn , ol color, w or ownerhip 71 Hot Stallion and J to 3 at ht Caltt under SV aSHSjjswTt . ' year 15 00 11 licit Mare and Cult either sen to o Dash, free for alt ja 00 THE LARCEST 14 STOCK OF WATCHES, Kntraiuc fee St 50; $ to AH; j to start. o 00 Rest Hoad.tcr Oeldin; Jj CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. SKCONI) AV F.ser brought 10 thumi-k'- t I'ri s thai the lowest Wat. It- - C!) k and Jcuetry lie. Jack Stock: pairel on sh ,rt 1. en arr.i-t'- l X Heft Jack Cult under ... 10 o jrMr 10 o 17 llest Jack under j oars Rest Jack a year and ovr ij k is) 00 1, llest Jennet undi-- r jear ,l llest Jennet under a c.ir is 00 .1 Rest Jennet a ear and 10 00 x s ar 1. if Messrs. tin )i llest Ja:k and 3 of Instqclinj Muk Colt 10 oo George eI)tiurih ise.l and I lu--M C. K, Simmons, hi. I.ouls, 1'rop'r Itr.ice vul w ill open U'dtu Mu!o. a fci,! yard .11 the out pun hoed of Mr Wcaien M. A. Simmons Utti Medicine, Kst'J Rest Hone Mule under year , to to Reside lumber in rough ami dressed, I w ill . arry il JS?. In the U. S Court DKrKAT ll.ellln.l'rop'rA.Q.Mmmonsl.lv. J 31 llest Morse Mwle ctr and under i.hv Jk.it. an I shingles, in no a hue line of lnl and the pi ket foiKe formerly laths. dd by Regulator, Kst'd by Zellln scars and oser oe Mr. Woaren. 15 Rest Horse Mule M, A. S. L. At, has lor 47 tats myr h (i IIOCkl.lt . I oa cured ISPIoasTIOM. RiLiHS.4ttt J llest Mare Mule under Jcir ! year and under 1 37 llest Marc Mule 00 C W. METCALf 1'israrsiA.aicK t HAW ArriTitt. Sou IHADACiit.Los. Stomach, Ktc Pest Mare Mule years old ami over 00 3 Iter. Tll.lleam, Pastor M. K. METOALF & HAYS. 39 llest Mare and Mule Colt, Church. Adams. T.nn. mhi. i lthlnk 1 should hae been dead but Horses for Saddle Purposes: lor your Genuine M. A. Sim. ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. J and under 3.. to oe 40 Rest StaHIon or Cieldin mont l.iver .Medicine. I hate 41 Rest Stallion or Gelding and under 4.. 10 00 aomctiincs had to nibstiiui. ilAKIinl'KVII I hand I'INKVII.I K.KY i r I "Zellln'i .lull'1 fn. M.i. Rest Stallion 4 3 ears and oser 4 ... to 00 Will nraetice in anv .t .. jurt in Mttrrn KtmurLv .. ICVT$I c'n, bu,lt Jon' nief the ' 13 ItA ,j n... c.l 11. oMiii.ii an, ak--e ..csizau.ur ..ii " iivimiRaiioiu if tianuiiuc made aspeflilty Any mm9 I " sue tracts 01 limner sal ana mineral lands lor ur.j. 11. C,rae, iroiiin;: onil jfliit, .Memphis, Editorsays Tt Informati m lirnished in ai Tenn. uini anj or 44 4 j ears and under, a bsrst In 3. mite heats toe 00 rreeis-ea packairc of tour laser respondence soln Hed jji tf $75 tofirt and $15 to sceonti. cdiclne. and have used hallnf it. It wurkslike a charm. I want no 45 1:3 class on the track, 3 best in 5, iiiH Liter Rrrulstor and ctr neats 150 00 tainly no more of Zcltin'f muUur. 5 00 to first $30 to second; J to third. Harness Stuck, continued : Mare Colt under sear . .. 4 10 m year and 1 ...... lu 00 47 Rest Mare Colt 4? Rest Mare 1 years and under 3 in 09 on 47 Rest Mare 3 ) ears and under 10 o 50 Rest Mare 4 years and ot er 51 Rest Fancy Mare or ticrrliH, shown in harness . to 111 Sweepstake ji Rest Harness Stillinnnny aje 13 00 . 13 00 53 Rest Harness Mart? any .ie ASS 1. The F.xhlbition will commence at 9 o'clock a m , by which time all entries mutt be nude with ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE he Secretary vi ear-ol- d Mare Colt i )e.ir and under Rest Mare i ) ears and oser a to oo 10 oo PRlrT9 DRUGGIST A9 Mo 5c -- J"EV7"E!3LER.. . 1 Half-mil- e DAV-FRID- .ff 1 1 VivS&wSalil? THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. 1 LTTMBER ITAIVDI -r or 1 1 pt ' iy. 1 1 ..,. - s. .' "' 'v. ht-tt- 1 1 1 KentuckyCentralR. R.' "HI.l'K (tit KOfl'K. CENTRAL KENTUCKY I V - GATE IT.KSFootman - er 1 Hun-ilied- Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STANFORD, KY WclU drilled to order and Pump furnished at factory prices. 3a Ilormand Rider Vehicle and Drner i'ersnns 10 )car old and under 13 Persons undor to )cnr of aje, free. Admit all sehicles free ot .lnr'e seui;ers to the nif at i cent, each 50 30 cents cents so cents 15 cents t- 1. B. GKOGHEGAN'S, slCCK-ssO- Pint ro M0TH, gASJ, W(ESTANQ soyiH-WST- M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, . carry pa - fill 4TH AVENUE, FAST SCIIKDl'l South Itound I.ve Cosi.ixi I se Faliii'iiiih. K LINE & Xi K S 10 11 I1ETWEE.N si:cox: annual kniiiiiiiion oi nit-: EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. discount of 10 per riiit unl I nell on all orders sent for Hat. with j snp of the abose ad t mentniimi; paper A sertiM-men- LEXINGTON IN KFFKC ' UAXVILLK,KY. as nios ed his new building opposite i, hi' postonVe 1and is elegant than ever prepared to better accommodate the puWi' with fine pictures from photograph to life sue. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sun oj h a in CINCINNATI. I M V o. ,u . v ."4 .0 ' " Pall, ;.;v s, Lincoln Go. Stock Fair AS-OtI- S !' i 1 Chesapeake & Ohio! CARS AND SOLID TRAINS- FOOD TESTS IN NEW YORK. Adul- - To be li d j f . 'PULLMAN Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best alc in tlie world lor cut, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feer sores, tetter, chapterations In Cream of Tarlar. ped H.uids, chilblains, corn, and all skill crup Under the direction of the New York-kind-s tions, nnd poiitii (.'!)' cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to nhe perfect satisfacState Hoard of health, S4 different of baking powders, embracing all the tion or money refunded I'nce 2$ cents per bin. brands that could be found for Bale in For sale by A R I'cnny, Stanford, Ky Official Analysis of Baking Powders August 2 and 3, 1883, -- Ne.r- To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Minford Roller Mills Comniny want- whole wheat crop of S33, and .will pay incash the highest market price for it Do not sell without first seeing Superintendent 1'oits at the Mill or the untleri;neJ His I Kit, Pres nturu itouer .Mills lo 3i STAXFORU, I'RF.SIDKNr-FOR- KS - - it S KY. 1 To jour BAST Washington, Old Richmond nnd OFFICKRS Point Comfort. Arr I'ans Arr l.esiugiun I" I.se I'ans Arr Winchester. Arr Richmond....! id i ni 1 10 p m Arr Lancaster... 119 p nn Arr Stanfunl.. I.se RichmoniTT "5 p in' Arr Rerea 3 .0 I", Arr Lexington. 1 iUl I.se C)iilhnna 05 11 40 J 11 50 ,11 35 p it, 7 r.i am ( 3 p ih' 3 VS . hi 10 .4 p m 4 jo a m 10 co 11 in Jt 10 P HI OJO ',IH ! a w.n J5 in 5 O P mil J5 p in 05 9 8 j p D p ri , p ,. m III p p Mopm iilpn 4j p m r" p m the State, weie submitted to examination and unnlyMH by Prof. C. F. Chandler, a member of the Mate Hoard and President of the New York City Hoard of health, assisted by Pud. Kdwurd (.. 1'nited States Love, the Government chemist. large that The official report well-know- Renews Her Youth. i n VI ,nl,..r,.f . , lUllIHI III Cl'llllllli 1UIIIII tin. lu.u-doi-- m i.s t them to such an extent as to render Worth Knowing. in them "seriously objectionable for u Mr. W, H, Morgan, mercbanl, Lake City, Fla preparation of human food. the with severe Cold, attended with a Alum wan found in '!' uamples. This was taken U11UII a1IIU u :..:-- . 1.. I1IIIIIIIIU II11U UI1UI111I1IJ!1 IIC..IIIU drug iH employed 111 bakll. powders to , , 1Mgei Me tried many so called popular Cheapen their COSt. The presence ofjcoujh remedies and steadily grew worse. Was lime is attributed to the impure cream reduced In flesh, ha idiiliculty In breathiui; and ,ried Drto ot tartar of commerce used in their man-- 1 w" "nM,,e for tU'P- r,na"'and found Kin'' New Consumption Discovery immediate Of tartar Was nl,0 llfacture. blldl rrWIIII reHf. and after u.li about a half don bottle, has had no return of the anillyr.ed and found to contain lime and found lilm.elfv.. Other impurities; ill SOtlie Simples to the disease. No other remedy can show so urand a Discovery for ...vfj.nt of nil ncr cent, of their entire rec.rdofcuresas Dr. Consumption. Guaranteed to do just what is veight. claimed for it Trial bottle free at A R. Penny's All the baking powdeiw of the market Drug Store .., .1 ..! ...... .. . tin. ni tln..ll Willi U1U single iwmu.,ul ".'' Sleepless niuhts made miserable by that terrible (not including the allllll Illlll phosphntO kouih. ShllorT Cure Is the remedy for you' nowders. which have not the virtue of Mcltobcrts & Stuw, Stanford; Crow & Co., Mc- .....,., ,111 nmiire cream of tartar, arei """ . .. wrciuru. jo..v. ' UIV1I "( That llackms Couh can be so quickly cured made from the adulterated cream of by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Mcltobcrts of commerce, and consequently con- .VStifE, Stanford; Crow A Co,, McKimicy; E. W, Jones, Crab Orchard. tain limo to a corrwnoiuUng extent, 111 Mrs. Phielie Chesley, Peterwn, Clay Co., loua tells the following remirlable story, the truth of hich is vouched for by tne residents of the town I am 73 years old, hae been troubled vsith kidney complaint and lameness for many years; could not dress myself uithout help Now am free from pain and soreness and am able to do all my own housework. I owe my thanks to Klectric Hitlers 11 for havinn renewed my youth and removed com- i.vniiilni.il ' pletely all dieac anil pain. Try a bottle 30c and .. til llllll'i IllilllV ui Si, at A. it. Penny's Drug Store. 1 ,., . - t Kinj-sNe- 1 ' . tar-tt- ar . ItF.ID First Vice l'resident J Walker (In 1 To Loulavllo nud Clnclinnntl W. I.ie, Hj)Ii; J. W Walk ! ! er. Garrurd; Joel Kmbrj Madison, Alx Coleman Connection,direct for all points in the y, Mercer; Jame. Maret, Rockcastle; H H Rrink-IcAND WEST NORTH-WES- T Pulaski; John W. Whipp Ca.ej. To The Voters of Lincoln County: H Ranchman, I. M. Ilruce, CharDirectora-- S SOUTH-WES- T. ley Crow.S M Owens, J. K l.jnn.J. K Farris The Tax Rooks are now r.'adj for iWand I I.es. I Hubble, U. M. Givcns, S A. Mindleton Kveryhodj will amreadyto recriv the tae " Nl). 4. ??o" 1. please come forward and pay early Robert McAllsier. K. P Wood.. G P Rrijlit l.VKPH!CTr.o tf 13. '3;. T D NEWLAND, S. I. C. j,y Geo. II. McKiuncy, setreiarj; J S Oh sic J Kx. Sim. Jr., Assistant Secretary I.ve I.nuistille 7 o) pin 6 30 a m James H. Raugliman, Treasurer 10 33 p m 11 30 a m STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE Arr Lexington T. D. Newland, Chief Marshal " While oulphur Springs 310am Charlotistille VMJunct 3 10 pm 11 40 p m STANFORD, KY " Richmond 900pm 130pm ) 10 35 a m o 33 p m " Newport New " Old i'oint Comfort 1100am 700pm " Norfolk...., M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. ii 40 a m 7 40 p m THURSDAY, J. FIRST DAY. " Washington. 940 pm 9 1 p m Hor.es for Harness Purpose. " llalnmore. ill as pm 11 3pm ) " I'hlladelphia Sin oo i llett Stallion under i year o d 3 00 a in 100am Eighteenth jcir begins on " New York 0 la a nn 6 .0 a m 3 Rest Stallion or Gelding i year & under a, 10 oo 1000 3 Rett Stallion or Geldin: a and under 3 I.exiiiKton Division Trains run by Central ti me itlOUCiay. 1000 4 Rest Stallion 3 years old nnd under 4 Main LineTralns east of Huntington run by Kast r m 'Rest Stallion 4 years old and utrr 10 00 5 crn time, which is one hour faster than Central 15 00 6 Rest Fancy Saddle Mare or Gelding-Carefully selected corps of tcichers Thorough a imiTtriv i TRAINS. No. it. daily ex. ,IUUU U.VI,'llll MIIIHUU 7 Rest Walkinj; Stallion, Marc or Geldin; .. to 00 Ill'IIUblliril, ceDt Sunday, leave Olise Hill 4:4) a m; Mt Ster- Send fur circular 41 ling too am; arrive Lexington f) 33 a in; arrive at Horses for Saddle Purpose.: Cincinnati via Winchester 11 Jja m. Style, Form und Action coniideredi j No, 8 Rest Marc 10 na To the of West Lincoln, imp il, daily except35Sunday, lease Cincinnati p in: arrive .Mt. Sterling t ycjrs and under 3 m; Lexington 3 1000 9 llest Mare 3 ears ane under 4 711pm; Olive Hill 9 10 p m Casey and Elsewhere. I No. 5, daily, lease Clifton Forze at 7 00 a m; 10 ixj 10 llest Mare 4 years and oicr Chirleston u 30 p m; arrive Ashland 5 40 p in; to 00 ti Rest Kockawuy Mare or Geldin: Hasinir been authoriied by Mr C C. VanArs. Columbus 11 17 p m 10 00 dale, proprietor of Hiistunville Roller Mills, as his No. 6, daily leave Ashland 7 10 a m; arrive at ujj Saddle Keldlni;, aycnriiiM and ocr agent for the purchase of wheat in this section of Charleston m: Clifton Rorze 7 36 p m .Special premium by T. Cole Gulley, with country, 1 can with conmirnceon my old and tried Pullman Sleeulne Cars on all through trains. I.oper, Dater & Co , Coin;tc),i. friends of the farming public to set mc before en. Old Dominion Steamships leave Norlork on Mnn. Basing their crops HnvirL' been In ' clap, Tuesday, Wednesdas-- , Thursday and Satur Thoroughbred Horses: years. I am laminar tvltli day at o 30 p m lor icw ork. trade about iwt-ntto 00 thu business. , ij Rjtt Stallion Colt under t )cir I fncl the warranti-dtherefore, in the' For Tickets, Rates, Information, etc., apply to 10 00 declaration that I will ho able to lacllilate the Icket office or address 13 Rest Stallion Colt 1 year and under a II. W FULLER,. 1000 transfer ot your crops to the advantage of all con- - W. C. WICKHAM, Rest Stallion a years and otcr 14 38 Gen'l Pass, Agt Rcceiser. J.R. GREKN. 10 oo cerned. 15 Rest Mare Colt undert year II WEST North-Rovt- h. No. a csi a in 35 a 111 l a in Nn. I Xo-- TA2CES TAXES 30-- J'j I.se I.lsingstou... I.se Reica Arr Richmond... I.ve Stanford .77. I.se Lancaster .. Arr Richmond.... Lve Ifichniond.?. Arr Winchester.. Arr I'aru I.ve I.exiugton Lve Ran I.se Cynthiam Lve Falmouth . Arr Cowngton 10 11 8 IQ I Oil I 3 4 impp 40 5 3'JPm 33 i"l 111' & o a in a in J 43 a in 0 30 30 p 111J 6 50 S P in, 7 40 in., .' ml., in . 3 ou p m 3 50 p m 30 p m a "'I S p m a ml 6 co p m in 73S o6 p in 9 ci 35 30 6 ci P i p nilit 10 O) "! 4 S , 11 LIST OF PREMIUMS, . . . SCpieilllJCr 3. ' I '.. ' Farmers daily except Sunday No, 3. lease Coslngtonat 330am, lalmouth ntioio a 1,1; Sunday oiify. arrives at N0 ,, leases lalinoutliat 4 30 pm. arrises at Covington !'63'J,mihunlay..iilr. S'o n, 15M. leases LexTnV i . . .. m,a 1. . . .,, v 'ln...n.. jiiiu ... arrises' raimnuth .111. ao IPIiCI 7 m "" aua mi arrises t 7s at 7 50 a m KXCF.PT SUNDAY. ........ A.V 3 ' "'" "ld. Jfe '.U"y l'vseen Win. Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati, other other trains are daily except Sunday. Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chesapeake is. Ohio for Mt. Ster iug. Ashhnd On the.Mayssille llranch, No.ijleases I'uis 830, am and No. ti, at j to, p m, arrlslng Mays lie at to 50, am, and 740, p m. No leaves Maysville at 6 00, a in, arming at Pans 8 10, a in Xo.11 leases Maysville ,, , oc arrives at Ram at 3 a5, p These train, ,.' ,,at to at at j. ,......,,..-- m ,1 i.. mi) Winches, er. Solid rains Pullman Sleeping Cars, be. iween Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Win. Chester and Washington. Through tickets and baggage any destination reached by ar ailroad. checked to ailJfe il" il ") "Sent of the Co. K, tl.lIvCON, S. F MORSF .Trasellnir l'a.Yr Agt , Gcii'l'PasiV'rAfft.. Lexington, kj. Coiington, Ky. H.h. H UN 1INPT0N, General Manager. W'V. "SaWFJ"'.?'9 s:nt4ruiind via N?';, Oenoacoa. Covlngrton, Kentucky. H rsWinMs'sjiHMi