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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888080701 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. 1..:,iiJ.-I- minw f Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. Lincoln County Fair. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 4888. 1 t ! NO. 51 S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. A'KHXON, Iv V. m cr t- -t f Coal and Coke Co." well, is shown y LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. IS LOVE COD ELSH AND NOTHING all who know anvthlng about it. When Tin closing tltiy of tin Fair witnessed n exhibiMany of the liarninl people- will at- "Mock" bounds, in .six ye.irs, fiom "Obe- largo nttuiiilaiiru anil a spli-iulllow par to ;!0 above, men of bindings tend the Danville fair, tion of lino stock. Pretty woiuoii wore PRAIdlS THK J.OK33. There was a joint meeting of the know that soinebo ly is t the helm who to bo m'cii on every liaml ami tin usual known his business. He will not like to Christian Aid and Missionary Soileties was Indulged In ninoiint of I.KTTKU FROM t.KOl.GKO. ItAltXKS see this prainu in print, and I am not Niturday afternoon at the residence of uiiiUt tlio Hlutily trees anil In buggies. going to show it to him, knowing how Mrs. J. Wesley West, Tin? jiiuniiiiniH wont awarded ns follower V i.KS Makv, Tknn., Atig.:i. ms. The teachers' examination was hold his reticent nature abhors anything like Jack Slock Dkaii I.ntkiiioic W'v count it u spo-ci- self display. Hut we are "mighty" in our city Friday and Saturday and 7 10 x Coll undir I MMr Vi Ilr.i lack one-- 1 teachers were examined. nicrey that the ikur Master has giv- proud of our great The e'xainin-arme- d j entries; l.svi llullle, Lincoln, prcm i ,l'iiell .V Hutk, lloylx. irrt. en u.s work to ilo in a cool retreat like if I say anything ers were Dr. James H. Kinnainl and II. friend, and " o this, in the early days of torriil August. about him at all, it unlet be a word of M. ('mint. a; licit J.ickiinJrr i years.... , Levi Hubble, Lincoln, picm ; S. J. l entries; Kven here we liml the heat almost There was no preaching. it the Chris- commendation. Kinbry, Lunula, ctrt. hut feel ashamed to complain, tint church Sunday, so a nuuilwr of the ... i ami over Well, in six years, he has turned this i licit Jack t years e, Lincoln, prcm j W, II for a moment, when we sou the grilling "failure" into a grand "success," and an ' membero had the pleasure of hearing n 4 entries; Levi HiihS llurk lloyle, cert. of coal and sermon by ltev. J. C. Randolph, of the torments of "lowluiider" set forth output of ."hM) tons per -- . .. In oo Hi Heat Jennet under t year ..,,.... in the Courier-Journunder I don't know how much coke, will not l'rcsbyterian church, K. Cobt, Jr , Ho)e, premium; M.S. i entries; We are glad to state that Mrs. J. H. the slinilitudu of a baplctw wretch with begin to supply the demand for this fa-- , llain,'hiin,Lliii!n. certificate . , lo oo his umhrella in a light hl.t.e of solar vorite brand of "black diamonds." Johnston will remain a resident of I.an- jo Ileal Jennet under a )cars 'To be Continued i jentnrs; R. Cobb, Jr., llole, preiniuiii, M. S. combustion, iind perejiiration as big its caster and will continue to occupy her lUtighmaii, Lincutn, certificate pigeons' eggs dropping from his hrow. house on Lexington street. She has just yean mid over ..., lo oo 31 llttt Jennet t A Wrong Impression. Yesterday was "election tlay" in this received a policy of :?lo,000 insurance on Lett lliiMilc, Lincoln, premium; Will entries; We are asked in justice to Mr. Hrown Haughman, Lincoln, certificate. corner of Tennessee; hut our eongrega-tlo- n her husband's life. to publish the following, signed by citi- and joMiis ,...i.i.. was hardly all'ectetl hy the local ex. in !.... .iii'i iuiiruuiK inti ti... inn .....i :..... ,:.,.. it....... mil if iv j I lleit JackLett Hubble, sucking Mule Culls moo o participated in the alleged "in Lincoln, premium and entry; '. of U Mlker A oty, on Staniord street, is citement of the event; and f didn't hear .ii ... i ......i .11 IJIIICIIIVf Ull certificate. !.... Mule: ofaflglit during the day, which, for j lllllltll'fltof IIIVCIIIIK . rapidly Hearing completion, and wemust tlio day the suicide of Mr. Johnston: t year lo oo jj Hot llor.e Mule under Woods , Lincoln preuii lilen Mary, is ratherunprecedented. For 1 'i'l. ..:....... .!.... i. . .. . . say from its length and altitude it will i uu iuiiicniuii nan ii wiiiir VAU'lll 4 entries; R U A K I'. although it has a gentle name, it is realpresent n tine appearance; and it Is a gotten out that the meeting held on the um.CLcro Kulianki, Litiruln, certificate. building and an accommodation that the Mule I car and under i ... . loo ly a "dark and hhxxly ground," and the ii lint llore II '.Mth of July to pass rossolutions of resWhisSK I1. Woods Lincoln, ptcmi-iim.of many deadly recontres. Lincaster people must feel proud of. j rntne; R pect in regard to the death of J. "Hreck" M Stlgsll lloyle, ctrtlneale (Juite n delegation, consisting of ky and the awful revolver have repeated . lo oo Johnston, was an indignation meeting, (Jen. W. 33 llel Hone Mule jyear and over .. . here, as elow here, their dreary rehearJ. I.undrnni, John W. Poor, No entries. or at least to censure Mr. K. Hrown for I..,., ..J I ,,.,....11 t., ,.,.... U.,ill...n.. i w to c-- sals of blood ami horror; and I could Mule under i year .14 llet Mare ... ic unfortunate suicide. The undersign- Hudson, . II. Mason, James II. Hrown eciiiii;lt. H. kV.. I' Wood. Lincoln, prem- give you wiiw sickening detail of such, ed this method of correcting anv ami W. A. ium, W M. Stlgall, lloyle. certifuatf Arnold that have transpired .... lo oo of this Matit iful glen.on the opposite side such impression and state that when week to confer withwent to Louisville last 3; lleit Mare Mule I year mid under Col. Hennett Young 6 er.tttn ; John Pal, Garrard, premium ; K II. the meeting was c tiled to order, Mr. W' in regard to us having the new road. We The meeting seviiw to have exercised a Wiwds Lincoln touniy, certificate. AH I' S. Miller stated that the object of the insensibly and uncoil- are afraid we will yet be left in the lurch licit Mare Mule J year old and over.. ... 10 oo iiuieting ell'eet meeting was "not premium; Scott Htidann, 4 num.; Imly upon even the IikM llproanills suring nnybody forlor the purpose of cen- in regard to having it here. The price is the stiiridc or giving so exhorbitant, jlOO.OOO and Siotl lludtou Darratd, certificate of the usual reveller. I have elsew here the right-of- . : -..- t.. . . . .: i, lie. t Mare and .VMule I Coll, Llncvlu, .low often noticed this. The "loarill" lion" ' irawu- .1 inn mnviui, i.... niiijiii u ie.su- - way, before the road comes to Lancaster, pfemi j mines K II K, Woo.l. wie loriner inaracter oi me oeeeas-e- d through and :?o'J,00!) and seems cowed, for a brief space, by the iy io iim.W M Stuall, lluyla ccruricite. and pass resolutions of tespect for the the rest of our nny ano.m... ... ...... ...... I" c .U!--i Hcit Slallioit county. Whether we are Spirit of (iod: departing, "for a season," consolation of his family and friends;" jeutileajW M Hue, lloyle, prrmiumj C. T from . to be victors ,11 winning tiiv iiltl.ll IlllVUiltellllllll illlllilllltjlt", ami rill- Sandidge, Lincoln, ceilificalc, , and we luitherstate that we took part in needed roid in... be determined by the is to enlv cmuc ng "In dry paces; seeking 1,,, ,ii,,tl,ip f.ir ,t, .lli.ir lillriifw., II..I.1 llnne lor Saddle I'ntp.Hii: ' ' citizens of the couutv. We have often nd auder j.... 10 n rx--t V and tiiiding none," ii it t i a suitable a.. He.t stallion or (icliiimt . s ate. oy .,,r. .Miner, am, wncn we, andid)tr, Lincoln, premium; opportunity oi n't urn is allnrdetl. ientnc.;C T. lu.anl ,t si(.(, Alas! mat m Mkw , ami respectfully due , HhoIIl, considered pru-len- t Lincoln, ceilificatu I" V SanditUe. not nmHllI (,niv u mt he keeps coming back, and will, till JeMr. Johnston s lanuly and ...ends H. m Hot StallioH or Ueldlnc .1 and HnJrr i . 10 oo wn, bllM,flchll to theiI1. $entric;W M Uur, HnjfU premium; I". I" sus binds him fast In a blessed day, not II omlinson chairman, att y at law; of tJint .,. nQt VU .f j,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,0I,.t neo(l t,,,H far ahead, let Us hope. SanJi! (e, Lincoln, ii'rtlfiett .. I) Hothwell. jailer; J C Hob.i.sou nu(, It) si r 41 llet sialluin 4 on and m)t wrtjIn o m,cnio We have been in the niineand learned hanlwnre ineivlinnt; u. J. Kiiiuainl. ... i .. ... Lincoln, premium and itnity.C. T sndl.lc, a good deal lefore unknown. For alcertificate clerk .Nat. Hank; H. h. McHobe.ts, drug- ... , . Trotting though, in lJtstern Kentucky, years gist; W. i). Mvecney, clothier, .Tames C. and under, bait In ), lull heati too e 14 4 )cin Mr. C. C. Price, of Lexington, was agoiie, we held services a mile or moie Hemphill, clerk; S. Marrs. grocer, Theo. nd. ;S t ''"' and $ij ts in our city Saturday, greeting his many In the "bowels of the earth," we saw lit- Cunvy, grocer, J. Nicl,by I! and C. I' Cecil, 4 emriei, N01 I. .amlifer, Cashier Then Cit. Nat. Hank; W. S. O'Neal, M. I).; H. liiends. Miss Mattie Spangler, who has lloyle JaVi,liy lip llruic, lto)le; I'euce, by J. R. tle of the practical life of miners. been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. L. F. I arrn, I incoln: Itardine Wlllei, l.ee Veiager, we went, with lOoroO friends, consecuF. Hudson, Teller Cit. Nat. Hank; A. (i. Won by .Nora Nie in 1 y. IUi)lc Hubble, has returned to her homo near tive davs. in the little coal cars, to a ecu- - ,,.., v: . v; 11 11 i.,.,,.' it t.' ,lliiiin the tracL. , ttctl in , mileI(i on (nil dome, or room, where the miners ' 45 ' ' ' " Covington. Misses Anna and Fannie Vieau H. Harris, grocer, L. C. Hoii per, grocei; , ., , .. . third. ,., !,,. ., . ... , Jl.olnfit.t $Jo to lecund; collected irom an titiancrs 01 ineir uu-;- .. i...... Fiazee, of Maysville, are visiting the -and C I' Cecil, lto)l eutne;Su.ieT.,b),li. ",'ul" .lerL.mntid retreat to hear the iiieaching .V .'.V tMMi '.. .7 familv of II. C. Jennings. Miss Mai el Henry I , b Clark A Cra. Ilnjle; Daniille ' Hurnside, of Harbourville, is a visitor at After the weird services' Wo by Smic T. and singing. W like, by Lee Yeaer, Kt)le. her grandfather s, W.II. Kinnaml. Miss , ,. '.. a train uere over, we were drawn out in in 41 U' Siotl, ettntmurd: as unladen boxes an' Harnett the of "empies"-.,wri' f KM'.'ond' ,,,,S en 00 calleil-see- ing Marr Colt under I )eur ...- -. 4 'tli relatives in our miilst tor seve raj nothing of mining at all.' , ,, lllllll-ll'l- l t Itllllllll IklllllilllUl 11 - days past. Col. W. O. Hradley is at pres it emtio; Wade Waller,; Oirrnr.l, premium. iitl ill all our wanderings we saw, for ler .Vat. Hank; II. II. Hatson, dry oods; ent sojourning in the Capital. Mrs. Jas. Sam M Otacnn, Lincoln, ecrtincate in oo thellrst time in our recent visit the way 1. I!. Collier, commercial tourist. 4; licit Mare Colt year and Vanarsdall and Mrs. William Heed, of 6 entries Adam Pence, Lincoln, premium, A. we get our coal tin's. Very simple is the Harrodsbiirg, after a visit to relatives W. Smith lUi)le,Certln.ate. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. process of ordering "another bucket of 10 00 4$ Hem Mare )ear and under J here, have returned home. Walker I.an-drareplenish the familiar grate. Hut - At Paris 7- cents is the ruling price entrle; Tip llruci', llo)le, preniuin, W. M coal" to -' has returned from St. Louis. Mrs. morning paper, little like the ubhiuitous Hue, Ittijle, cerlltlcatc. for w heat, Hordeis, of Hoyle county, is the guest of: o Mare j ) cart and untlrr 4 do we apprehend the "deeds of dark 4; llet Tlie seasonable rains are making the her sister, Mis. C. C. Stormes. Jack Ad-- 1 lip ness" no insinuations needful to the 7 rnttlf; K K. Sandldje, Lincoln, promlum, late corn whoop itself. llrutp, lloyle, eeilificate ams, of Fort Worth, Texas, is iuourcity. w ho w ill A ny one .... . .., w pnxlucttoii of either. Adam Pence sold to Andy Cowan-10- 0 Mr. Jes-- e Dunn and wife, of Hani well, 50 iieii iare 4y1.4r.arm inn jeuti.ct, W M Kur. 1l)le, premium, C. J go llllO Hie OIlllX'S u Hie jsrv.u iiioues, iii bleeding ewes at :? cent. South Carolina, was visiting the family lllidlligllt, or on Into the "wee, sma' 1'ittman, llu)lc, cvitilieate. T. Hush sold to P. P. Nunnelley Mr. John C. Thompson last week. Col. -Itancy Mare or (jeldliu. taawn Ir. St llejl hours" that precede till' (UlWll, will Open some io 00 barncit extra good heifers at !5 cts. H. M. Kurdclt, of Killarney, Florida, is T.p iu.h. n.le, p.eU. K. M his paper next morning with a new sen6ntr,.; Mercer County Fair at Ilarrods on a visit to bis old home, Lancaster. I think, wllell I i satioll. warm I11V- Lincoln, certificate Sandidge 0, burg, Ky., Tuesday, Aug. 7. Mr. W. II. Smith, hit of Piueville. was s.verp.take self by a co.il lire, in future, I will recur of Wild West Show at the Mercer at home Mimlav, enjoving thel ; i oi ,() ,mr j tl(1lt Mn Tell- I5rt Harnett Sullionany agr i. . S ,ci,rt of this ll.r.r St.. .hi. j.. i ' . i iii itl nil County Fair each day. Don't fail to at- - sick i.iiiiiiv. this writing. i.iiiaro is uit me premium Coleman 4cnle.;1ipl.ruce llnle sm,t .,,., Wtfw,w tl,r,.. list at Ilrot., Mercer, certificate tend. Helow we give a list of the originrl A coal II1I11C is II little WO.Ill ill Itself. Marany ao Huntiing ami Trotting Knees each ii j, lint Harnet. Hruci! llnjlo, premium, w.15 M ' Outside it is rejirescnted by the tloilll- r i iiainson men oi me county, so iar as wo Semrict; lip day at the Mercer County Fair. Don't have ascertained, of 1S40, Hue, Ilnyle.ccrtifitate W ho if, hell' (,f of whom are people t,jls Illll " 7. forget the date, Aug. , tiered through Treasurer J. II. Haugliman tells is u,M(Ul now for Cleveland: Dr. IIVIIIIIII- -l Price, u.Ilelm.Ilts ... . P. ..... Dr. ie competitive Ieef Cattle that the sto.'kholders will fall behind ,,u j,rj,IR.v.,i forest, and only in one Dr. Ir. hhas .... .. antis, rair, Ana. ,'o,',-,lconsiderably, but how much has not yet j,,,,, koL,,,i to.tlu-- r in a double row, Hint's at the Mercer .7. Harvey l.etcher, 14th. lour davs. slOOto the hest herd. Is a shame been ascertained. It Henry Walter Adams, ftir (.uuuli on oaclt fritlo of tlio moitiitaiii A. J. Coleman Mild the tlieiretlorts were not more highly appre - . Joaij , .tjtutc a crooked street. For to Hughes, of Madison, at brownfair hero Cephus Conn, Joseph Hl.ind, A. G. combina clntotl. Heindon, Frank White, Stephen Mau, the rest iiiiliscritiiiiiatu scatteration. A ed mare for $."00. Mie aftei wards took James Austin, James Pattefron, Zach K, T. M. Thatcher, Secietary of the I'll- hlfjkv woo,!l,,1 building, just at the laski Fair, took In the last tlay ami wiw ....I..,..'. linIlti. ..outalns the stationaiv several pieiiiiuins. Hindi, Janiif. Farris, Andiew J. Hurdett, Jutlgu Stephen l.urcli had hero ve.s-- i ., much pleased with the exhibition. He 11lsilIt.? t,at, with J.WX) feet of wiie rope, Itoheit Cavs, Joseph ,.,, feet high with v a.stalk of coin , tllk0.s jn uK. "empties" and brings out tenia tells us that his association is going Sadler, John Iiwson, ltice G. oods, from the have the hest fair it ever had, Sept. 11 tlio laden cars. The.e are ho.xe.s, two ears on it, the Alvah Pullins, llhs Atlam.s, John k He has teif acres nearlv all ol J I, which in Kiyini: a pod deal. Joshua Dunn, Allen Hurnstde, Hobt. longer than hroad, mounted on .small, i feet high You can't rattle John Kai ris. In the Itut steatly cast iron wheels, ami holding Poor, Kphraim Hrown ami lsmc HamilMr. II. X. Ware has bought L'OO race on Friday afternoon Tip Hruce ton. P. S. Here are two more who votwell packed half a ton of coal or turning his sulky overnnd more. Tlicno trains of coal triickn oO acres of laud at Pleasant Grove, Wash- ed for Harrison in 1S40 and will vote for) ran into him, throwing him to the ground, hut lie re ' nt 11 time jo In enintv. at ceitain inter- - ington county, 5 miles from Springtleld, Cleveland in 1S8S; Capt. 'Romas Pci at SJii.oO, and we regret to way will leave cock and Wade II. Walker, gaine.1 his feet, got it hack into irosition, aU J11 mnw out ftIii. As the "emp-jumpe- d Sr. Next us this fall. In another column ho ofin and came out thir.l in ' we give you a statement of a number of tlos" b alon tin main entrance, tliev fers his farm at How land for sale. nice. The jiiilfeH very pmiu'riy awanled aiv (Ustrihuted through wide avenues, the republicans who voted for Gen. liar-- 1 The New Km says that the crop o rison, who will vote for the grandson: him recoiid money. He was driving j tlLb0 j,, turn ariJ 8huntel upon little in Christian county will reach IjiIkiu Adam Pence'n Pence. H(jt, tnR.kH running into "rooms" w here wheat Samuel 1). Carpenter, .In. 1100,000 bushels. The ruling local price The music was a big feature of tlio fair ., .,.:,. WOrk. Of couie everything Spilhr.au. William Miller, Sr.. Peyton Smith, illiain Kay, Samuel Joliu.-toi- i, nml was warmly complimented on all has to he perfectly HVHtematic; for pre-- . at present is 07 cents. The paper it would cost the farmers Thomas Edniiston itiul Thomas Nuylor. .. .1 (J. Carroll, CIOUS IIVC.s are uiwiiyn m hiiim.-- , huh 1.1..........1 Hides. The Iiovh engaged uiuiiWe think this a pretty good exhibit for of Louisville, a very superior solo cornet-- , ,i,rM Iir,, ,,..1,1 nromptlv In blood and bro $108,000 to ship tho crop to Louisville, Garrard, can Lincoln "do as well? Three ami makes an argument thereon in favor Cleveland men no uiti so in grami kcl bomri ist, to lend them unit It jH to John's credit that to 1 for Harrison. fityle. His solos could liunlly have been not ono life has been lost by accident in of a new road. Its Delicacy of Flavor discounted by I.lheratti. Jovial old dipt. the mines since he took charge. Hut Twenty-on- e houses were struck by IMchards was on hand the last tlay ami this means slecples vigilance, constant lightning during a storm at St. Cloud, And the efficacy of iu action have rennsslsted largely in tlio melody-makinpersonal supervision and cool judgment, Minn. Two persons and two tine horses dered tho famous California liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, immensely popuas well as thorough experience. It must were killed. Hllnkey Morgan, charged with murthis strain bf constant he almost terrible, Emanuel James shot and mortally lar. It Cleanses and Tones up the clogged dering a detective to rescue the Clove-lan- d responsibility. Hut what am I talking wounded his brother at Sanford, Flem- and feverish System, and dbpels Headfur robbers, was hung Friday We all have just suvh, In soifls ing county, the ntlair growing out of the aches, Colds, and Ferers. morning in the Ohio penitentiary. His about? For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. around us, whether we realize and ac- sale of some sheep on tho previous day. "Good-by- e Nellie," relast words were M not. Only here, It comes, vis- A fratricidal streak runs in tho family, ferring to his mistress. The drop failed cept it or Syrup of Figa ibly to tho surface, like the captaincy of the father of tho boys having killed his to break his neck and his nrms becomIs Nature's own true laxative. It Is the an ocean steamer, or the conductorshlp brother 20 years ago. ing loosened, he grabbed at the rope, but most easily taken, and the most otiectivo tlio pastorate of a During the month of July thero of n passenger train, or the doctors pulled them down and held a congregation. were filed In the otl'tce of the county remedy known to Cleanse tho System ho slowly strangled to death. them till We think "our John" is "one of a clerk of Hell, 17 deeds, transferring to an when Bilious or Costive; todUpel HeadTho Hoston & Provldenco road has syndicate 5,043 acres of land for aches, Colds, and Ferers; to Cure Habitthousand." His firm face reminds me just tinlshed settling without suit for the of Kameses i i which we all saw in tho English an average of a little more ual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. $121,075 deaths and damages inflicted to the ago. A born, than t'2', for land that could have been Manufactured only by the California Fig who went through the rotten "Century" a few months Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. brought up "manager." bought ono year ago for $2 per acre. bridge a year ago. Tho total paid was as well as a For wile by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Mary Louisville Times. That he has managed the "Glen over a million dollars. love-makin- g i ly di-'i' fit-Ij . right-of-way 1 1 1 1 PPM POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thil powder never virie. A marvel ol purity trength and wh.Ietomenett More economical than the ordinary kind, and cannot be told in competition with the multituJe of low ten, ihcrt welijht alum or p'loiphate powden Sold only in cant. Koval IIakino PonnKK Co., 106 Wall Street. New York. Olfice next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Special attention given to die.ei of children 77-t- f. y WOOD WALLACE, THE GESTS' FURSISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fashions of the day in the Genu' Furnish, will always be found In my store. I am agent lor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the best Laundry in the world. in-line NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. Thit old and well-knoHotel is stilt maintaining its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. P. NEWCOMH, Prop, 83-1- Ml. Vernon, Ky. LOUIS SOHLEOEL, PHOTOGRAPHER, RICHMON'B KY. Photographs in all stylet and sites. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New designs in Frames and Mat at very low.prices. FOB. SALS. House and 35 Acres JLand Two miles South ot Stinford on N'eal'i Creek. Addrcai me at Carlisle, Ky W.CKAIU. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. First-clas- Tht-ear- e I" ..,...' s Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Fare and Reatonable Prices. Day and night (if Mountain, Coal acrct, more or loo Trains are met by Polite Portersof this Popular I nnd Timber Lalidt that I will tell at a bargain House, ao;-t- f. nmto or haeator hirdwarerent lura furniture nnd tinner't ritibiKhment. For further infurma-niatuiifood for 4'dajt C MKICALK M ' llarbourtille, Ky 33 givery geed and gale Stable, 1 Mountain Lands ! h.i lo, ' .' ,, tlll. XCE, ICE, I ICE ! ai, .,.. uill deliver to regular ctttomcr in Stanford and vicinity every mornin; ! Account! mutt be paid at the dote of each month or when cuttomer quitt R. E. HARKOW to At One Cent R. S MARTIN Per Pound Ky., W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY , Hkodmem), ISO. M. fERKINS Ma, 1S37. Albright & Martin be; to inform their man; friendt and cuitomers of the change in firm nam't Good turnout! and taddte hor.vei always for hire on reasonable term. London U the moil convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the in the mountain section of the State. to Jt .. '.",.. MARTIN & PERKINS, "' (, lU-t- ? """ '...'' ... .nJlLL.Z: .,.,' Li.t The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but. intend, to make many improvements in the manufacture of tobacco which We will will be tothe Interevt of our cutotners. devote special attention to our Natural Leal of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking )ou brands forpit fivort ant i.kin,; fir a continuation oi Krspectfu'lv vourt. our trade, vte remtin . MARriNA-PKRKINS- MYEES BHDTEL STANFORD, KY., E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and Hotel still maintains its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to his Guests liajjae conveyed to and from depot free of charge' Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. well-kno- t 1 THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. S2.50 TO m J. It. 1IILTOS- I. R DAMS. , HH.TON & DAVIS DEALERS IS . I. RATES $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- General Merchandise, ROWLAND, KY., ING TO ROOMS; TURKISH .V , ,,, t. 14-1- , RUSSIAN BATHs IN HOTEL i- lUie Just opened a new stock of Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Hats Cans, Hoots, Shoe, Dry Goods, Notions and Family Groceries. Also dealers in Coal. Countr) produce taken in exchange for goods at highe.t market price Come one, ccme all, and le.irn the advantages in trade. to-fi- mtf Beauty Is doalred and mltnired by nil. Among the thlng3 which may boit bo done to cnliniti't! Lebanon Planing Mill. 1871. 1888. 11-1- 't .... ,.,,.' ,,., 1 ,.,.,. .,.,,,. ...,.,. ;.. Mar-groun- d. beauty is tlio dally uso of Ayer's Hair Vigor. No matter what tho color of the lialr, this preparation gives it a lustre and pliattcy that adds greatly to its charm. Should tho hair bo thin, harsh, 'dry, or turning gruy, tho will rostoro color, bring out a new crowth, and render tho old soft and shiny. For keonine tho scalp clean, cool, and healthy, thero is no better preparation iu tho market. " I am frco to confess that a trial of Aycr's Hair Vigor has convinced mo that It is a genuine article. Its ttso has not only caused tho hair ot my wife aud daughter to bo porsonnl I IsssssssHssssBbssssssssssssssssssssssI I ,A Or'FUTT, Proprietor, GSsVssHjHI lflsSslllllllllllltstBsSBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBl LEBANON, KY. M-'- NLsWMv Ayor's Hnlr Vigor Doors, Sash, lllinds. Frames, Caong, Have Mold ings Mantles, llrackets, Cornices, Stairs, New els, llaluiters, Verandas, .Store Fronts, Shelving, Shingles, Laths, Counters, Flori.itf, Siding, Rough and Dressed Lumber. Send for price before lu In; elsew here. -- ' j NOTICE t TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. at Abundant and Glossy, but it ha given my rather stunted mustache a respectable length and appear-oncoIt. Urlttoit, Oakland, Ohio. "My hair was coming out (without any assistance from my wife, either). I tried Ayor's Hair Vigor, using only ono bottle, and I now have as tine a head of hair as any ono could wish for." It. T. Sehmittou, Dicksou, Tonn. " I havo used Ayer's Hair Vigor in my family for a number of years, and regard it as tlio best hair preparation I know of. It koops tho scalp clean, tho hair soft nnd lively, and preserves tho original color. My wifo has usod it for a long tlmo with most satisfactory results." Ihmiamln M. Johnson, M. D., Thomas Hill, Mo. " My hair was becoming harsh and dry, but after using half a liottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor it grew black and glosiy. I cannot express the Joy and gratitude I feel." Mabel O. Hardy, Doluvan, III. ." 1 Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill tin the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to eual in quality of flour, we think the cttitens ot the county should have county pride enough to patronue and sustain the same. U'e wish to whom it may concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat znd corn and will always give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meat department and can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill We solicit a trial in our flour and in this vicinity meal departmeut. All havinir crain in our line for sale will please call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who will give the best prices for same. Hran and ship. tuff always in nock. vv.rv.ru Supt., Stanford Roller Mill Co 151 tf lis, THE FLORENCE WASH-IN- MACHINE fyer's Hair Vigor, FKKPARRD DT pas-aenge- rs Dr. J. C Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold bv Drusitlsts and Perfumers. The undersigned have purchased the Florence Waihing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to it. worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in every particular, doing all that Is claimed for it: Wm. Daugherty. J W. Wallace, Dr. Ilourne. Mrs S. P Salter. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. K.Lynn, L. L, Dawson, C. Vanoy, Mrs. Amanda Peak, George I'ejton, Alex Holti. claw, C, C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. E. Harrow, A. M, Fcland and many others. Headquarters at S. I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared tofurnish all who may wish to save their clothes from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one and try it and be convinced, I'll not worry you about buying unless you are fully satisfied a. to its merits. M.F.ELKIN. S Myers' store. . , .R-V t ' '. . - . ,.i that there. Is u young lndy living near llrouwood, tla., who can repeat tho wholo Biblo'from memory. Iiim.m:i. Wk.wt.h, a colored man who died Stanford, Kv., August 7, SidinKH CciHujr, nt Ilurnesville, Ua., recently, was the futhor of seventy-tw- o children, of whom fifty-twHarri.-oSiihIi, free whisky and IT sons i c ...i.!..i.. i.... . furui hands when ho ItlouldiiiKK, 1IIIIII1H1I1IIITI1I1II111IIT(.1I1I11 i.... ..ill I... are all for n Mill uu per cent, tariff. Indianapolis -Sentinel died. were P. He passreceived with general surprise. HliiidN, A Pirrsrinioii woman of forty was married to her third hutmnd just live hours MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ed peacefully away at U.ISO, surrounded A. C. ufter her lamented No. 'Jiutd joined tho siIt was evidently the intention of tlic by his friends, and the country, which lent majority-- an tuiURUul intermingling of Mr. r. V. Logan, V. S. CoiiitnN-.ion-er- , republican bosses to pit a ninn against he served so well, will Join in paying the and Miss B. Combs Wood, the iiecom- cra)o und orange IiIoisoiiim. JoM.i'ii I)vi, of Wayno County, W. Vn., Torn Xewlnntl for tlie sheriffalty, but af- highest honors to his name and fame. plished elocutionist, weieniarricdTliurs- ter surveying the field and finding how Ho was born in 18:51 and at the age of o. (luv julv o- -, nt t;on Murv.Tcnn., where has a daughter aged six years who weighs aw ' pound. This is believed to lw tho lurget the cat was sure to Jump, they recog- had the. highest military rank in the tj10 brilll. was L.cti,ring. Somerset child of lis ngo in tho world Tho futhor weighs but Ml and the mother K'O pounds. nized that discretion waH the better part conferred on him by Congress j,orter. A 1.UTI.U neg-- o girl in Albany, Oa., Is of valor and refrained from letting the Mr. A. T. Martin, who ran off with gradually turning white, tho skin of her ,, , , , , . Tin: "drvs" got their first back-se- t democracy show them how badly they M,ss facoand urms being now hardly distin' W ih sometime at .Shclbvvllle Saturday, when could down them whenever there guishable in huo from thut of uC'nueasiun nb?wt ll' nrosnect of onnosition. The result of thcvets"doiUMltheinfterahotnnd!.V',i,er:,I,-vt1oU',l"- t hey . ever s nee child. Ilor hair, too, which was Jot black, -t Jbye. has boootno white. tho last August election, which was ac- costly fight to each &!., by a majority of J IV 1 WI liltVIU VilllUIVil Ul;ilil The following Is a list of a futnllv who J perfidy and GS. complished by falsehood, opposition only mldcd fuel to the flame ! lived In tho same house at MurshullviUo. the still hunt, has taught the democracy They finally came to the joint that they Oa,, up to a few weeks ugo. Ono one grandmother, a lesson, which, from the large atten- Bailey Wins in Boyle. Prohibition Defeat could no longer live without each other three edvat Junction City. mothers, two daughters, oncgrundduugbter, dance from nU over tho district, has Weare overstocked and WILL sell them. During and they tied to IamhIoii, where the Kov. ono son, ono gi undsou, ono ,Spdal Dispatch to.lhe Interior Journal.) been profitable to it. We have never T. S. Hubert, in the presence of Mr. ami and three widow. Daxvilmc! Aug. (, 1SS8, H r. Mi Ilai- felt the least alarm about the election of A PiiiLAnru'iiu drummer ustonished tho Mrs J. W. Bastin and other friends, ft i . Newland, but we wanted to impress up- lev, democratic nominee forsheriff, wins made them husband and wife. They people ut Omaha tho other day by wcartaia Tlio curl- on the democracy the danger of not go- by IIOO. Local option defcateH at Junction i spent that night at London and the ne.t live chameleon us u watch-charm- . oui iiiue uxaru mis atuched to u chain by a polls, and we arc proud to see ing to the at Pittsburg with Mr. Bastin and then thin band of gold wound about lu neck and A. A. City by probably 100. The Prices will beJReduced to within thej; reach of all. Our entire tho creiuen of tho that they appreciated it and turned out came to Mr. J. M. Martin's, where they nestled Inwith every iudicaUon drummer's waistcoat of contenten. masso yesterday to do their duty. As stockof Clothing, consisting light, medium and taEWSCfNDENSED. will make their home. The groom is a ment. there was no contest of importance eiheavy weights, will o capable young man with no Tub authorities In Chicago reS. Boyd died at Cynthiana clever and Judge ther in this county or any adjoiningsavc Sunday. J. bad habits, and we are sine his young cently received from Tyler, Tex., a letter addrcsicd to a " Young Lady Who Wants Boyle, we will give no figures until after Nearly 100 infanta under one year of wife, who is both accomplished and to Marry." Tho conditions iusenbed on tbo its official examination of the poll books pretty, will have no occasion to regret cnvolopo were, that sho should bo twenty- age died in Boston last week. Thursday. uuu rara uui uuu ui wurK in an omce. i no At Wilrnore, the wife of Pleasant lier choice. wnier intimates that ho is possessed of 330 And in no event willjany profit beadded and many lots will be sold colkillGrimes was struck by lightning and Coi.. W. M. Hum., in'his bright DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. acres of laud and $1.1,000 iti cjub. at HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Cost Sale devoted to ed. A Iirl HtL'AHt K (Vian la rnttnWnjl fmnt umn in the Courier-Journa- l, Hon. M.J. Durham, of Washington Michigan. Ihreo years asro Miss ILUtio The Xova Sco.tia log raft was intact is guilty of the unand in the Clothing Department only. Kentucky matters, buiis-- . Cotton, of Constantlue. lot her voice und pardonable offense of referring to our es- at last accounts and,, making good head- Citv, and Mr. Weslev Durham, of vilfe.nie in town, having come to vote 8Urcttl treatment for Its restoration was of no uvall. Hho went to Western Iowa teemed friend, Gen. W. 0. Bradley, as a way. . .,' ',. nud ner voice rcturm-d- . "bandy-legge- d Going back to Thomas Harngan, n tinner, fell from in the county election. statesman" and a ''very John Crouch got drunk Sunday Michigan, her voice ugaln fulled. This small man," and to his striker as "an in-- 1 n building at Nicholasville and broke and cavorted around the streets ! l?,rieuc55 ha9. bce'1 cK?attd three times, dividual named Davison." We take oe-- 1 both arms and legs. .. k ..uu.u, uui. n I!tt1. miwli wlii.n l'n ..Hum Miss Cotton's voice Ten per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. The pension payments during the out strong in Iowa. casion to refer to these persons occasionstraightway ran him into our At nn early hour ono morning a policein terms that may not lie last fiul year were SSI, 575,037. We French ally ourselves man in Kiiniis City saw n small boy per5:50,000 jail. entirely complimentary, but wo will will all get there after awhile. eft Mr. J. H. Knuleman has" returiudl fectly nudo running along Delaware, one of Henry M. Viniont, n young man of have you know, Col. Hull, that we tho principal husiuess thoroughfares of tho X city. Tho iwlieeraan, it Is related. Kavo with indignation the attempt of nny Millersbtirg, has been adjudged insane from Cleveland, Ohio, and Bufi'.ilo, trottiugnices, chaso, and ufter u lively pursuit caught tho man to do so, and we shall hold from the effects of excoMve cigarette Y., where he attended the other His line horse, Jeremiah, didn't win the Iad, who was found to Ihj sound ujleep. lie you personally accountable whenever smokiiiL'. uo uuu gone tu ' ' wns fntereil HI, IMU did Minn Klp.,nl" BUiml MolnNKCK- -, Sugar- Flour-IIar-rcl- H mlu-nWill Martin, of Mount Freedom. ... j. ... ...... .. aa,.v ....w..n..vut. we meet in the neighborhood of 4th and ......H(T, .m.l nlillnnnm.lmu grxxl trotting, had uudrctsed und Murtcd on hit run. aged nine years, who was chastised by i mortal Market, or thereabouts. Thomas Mu'k, of Mechiiulcsburg. Pa., Mr. James . lerl nine and family, bin tcAclwr. si-- t liiv to fiin M'linnUinn.. of I.a Itue county, are visiting the fami dreamed two j cars ngo that he found u iot The Corresponding Secretary of the and destroyed it. of money concealed in u ccrtuiu tumbleKentucky League of Democratic Clubs, An Illinois man tins invented nn in- ly of C. P. Terhune. John C. Fox. of down building on ono of tho back streets. Mr. Ed Porter Thompson, asks every strument that does away with the tele- Roanoke, Vn., is visiting his son, Mr. '.. So strong an impression did thin make Uwn publisher in the State to send a copy of graph operator anil sends your message S. Fox. Mr. Addie King is quite ill him that ho mado mi cflort to buy tho property. A short time ago ho succeeded in OKKAiM with typhoid fever. each issue of his paper till the Novem- in your own handwriting. purchasing it for j:wo. Thursday while eni of the Van Patton and If. K. gaged in making somo repairs he found In William ber election to the Headquarters Another freight collision ontlie CinBuild- cinnati Brooks, two Michigan men living near uu old Hue a jwt filled with money, lie deLeague, Boom 35, Courier-JournSouthern, again just below Somclines to state tho nays it Is a ing, Louisville. He also requests the erset. olKdy killed, but the loss toen-gin- e Cleveland, Tenn., traded wives three httlu less than J,UU umouiit, but weeks ago. Van Patton wants to trade secretary of every democratic club to and cars is very large. E.vtractN RELICS OF AGE. send him at once the name of his club; Tkm.kk It. G. Hah. icports that the back again, but his wife will not have it, and he is in a peck of trouble. The en- full list of meiiilHTs; names of officers u Loud LoN'nEoouin u has hi his poAsrs-sionaiiKing company is doing a R. u cunous wu'.ch, formed uficr tho and their potofllce addresses; time and nourishing business and with demands tire partv will henrrvted. Col. Bennett Youngsays he will bring semblance of a duck It is of silver uud place of regular meeting and say if the for nil the money it can raise. was made in tho timoof (Jueon Bilzubetli. club wishes to Join the State league. Twenty people were burned todeath -- U00 Louisvillains to the Fair WednesA citizi.n of Washington, l'a , has nu En: : 7. and as tiianv more were seriously lniur- - day, and as Col. Bennett Y. never told a glish gnu that was mado in 174. It was . ,T ' Tiie circus loving people all over tho soltaken from tho T. R. WALTON'S. K'd by the burning of a tenement house lie, the louisvillains are sure to come, dier, who was dead body of u BritishCon. killed in a rutreat from country will regret to learn thatold John mid when they come, whether they are . .. . . 'on the Bowerv in New lork. cord, Mass., April Is, 177.V to ,, e , Kob.nson lias nt last Miccum.. clotliwl...in fine linen and purple or not, Kentucky, .. Ax odd relic iososscd by u Southern . . . 11 tini'tlnKLi nn.l "" til., i.'n.- - " fill II. -" NICE CALIFORNIA (CANNED FRUITS ",v "v ...:ii i... 1...1.1 tnev will be leu siiiiimiioumv an uav woman is a pair of hcissors that hur father """"""" was ...11..Cincinnati ffwhere mil M'riri.in., n i.. n AT he in His home cutting a suit of clothes for Presilong as they are inclined to. in Frankfort on September the S5th long, or as T. R. WALTON'S. dent Washington, us Uo was entering ujxm was a highly respected citizen, with an eat. anniversary of the battle of Chickaiiiau- Onespeiikerntthe recent "Holiness" his Hrs.t Presidential terra estate valued at $2,000,000. He wits born gi. furniture In AT u l"'el ,,jo of ufq meeting at Perrvville is reported to have in 1S00, at Albany, X. Y., and at the age Loudon, tho Woodford, Washington and Owen said of his that during his life he had commit ill whii'h chair said to have been the ono t of 12 was the finest bareback rider lirmiiht l'JO .irn A I counties voted on prohibition yesterday, day. He made his vast estate by his while any number of precincts tried ted one sin that he would willingly serve guineas or tiili white cnoof laird Uyron's T. R. WALTON'S. was knocked off for only U! W). own exertions and dispensed it with a their bauds on the local option ques- 20 veins in hell for. He never had the rep'utntion of being a very bad citizen.' A i.i.NTi.r.Mi; l.vingatUuckinghumCourt liberal hand to charities that he thought tion. " House, a, presencs as u hlghlv-prMc! may sound liberal lt.lioof siomroiuT.luckoii iiKleevo that was deserving. Hon. W. F. Bullock, aged (0, the enough for a good siz'd sin he should cut from the Confederate leader's by Ins I'lfly-iiiiArc f i and, mi uly m with jurist and author of the Juimik Field, at Louisville, not only widely-know- n mall home en II, 4 mile. remember that according to orthodox ' surgeons when ho wus shot. A neighbor I tab Or. h.iil i'lke. - " uuu K'"' declined to grant a writ of habeas cor- Common School Iiw of Kentucky, is t,.l.!i,..tinn.. lint lifi.r" im r......lv...l. " '""-Terra.;eaiy K WAI.ION "I" . ' ...v .....-p!o brandy from tho fruit borno by somo pus in the Cornelison ease, but ordered dying at the home of his son in Shelby at the penitentiary referred to. ' x f.imojh fro; . twigs that ho cut the prisoner to be taken back to the county. upplo tree und g I on tho apple John Sims, a colored man, was bad- -' Foreigners continue to crowd to the origiMontgomery jail to serve out his ly cut by Jason Blackety about 2 o'cUm k trees of his owu orchard. If alive i nnt . I.! I vii Irnt die home at a A Xnw Yoiik incrchaut ossescs ono of nal sentence. It is to be hoped that this land of the free and the home of the Sunday morning, the cut extending I It IWAI.TII.N reunallc fiRuie tho rare and valuublo coins of King Solis the last we shall hear of Cornelison brave. During the last seven months from tlie back of the neck to the front omon's tlrao iuiowuas u holy shekel. His 28,:S52 have landed, moie than for the till he has done so. of the throat, touching the windpipe of brouzo und gold, about the size of un same time in 1.SS7. cent, niimo and severing some important arteries. ordinary copjiert':it and derived its inside Gkx. Uii.uh.ky probably docs not from the fact Chief Justice Fuller is going to live it was only used Sims' condition is serious ami he will the old temple ut Jerusalem on certain I think lie is working for the democratic in style nt Washington. He has rented . party, but it seems .so all the same. At the Mansion House at "IMmont, ' ovei- - require eareliil attention. Mins version festival duys. Mr. Uottsehnlk is said to hae bees offcrrd JLTXJ for it by the uutlior . every place he speaks the result is the looking the Potomac lulls of ...irgjnia, of the alii air is... that a few i minutes be iticsof tho Antiquuriau Department of tho ..... i... uu mcicu uui on --ni British Museum. tore inu culling formation of a democratic olub and a re- which cosi ?ii'o,uou. street, near Main, and seeing Blackety A iiemdlwt of Corey, O., owns u raro newed determination to sit down hard All efforts at fusion having failed, . , .! . ... t t is a curIt. upon tlie biatnersKite ununis lmpuoeni iobert II. Cowdry, United laibor noini- - and being well acquainted with him, up-- curiosity. It Is whatl isbill, continental wild-ho- g itnowii us tho proached him. Blackerty hail a lsitlle rency. On it followerfl. seal a crude cut of u wild hog; whllo "C'O for president, has challenged A. J. of beer in his bund. Sims remarked: to its left is tho following: "This bill en- longest session of Congress on Creator, Piiion labor nominee for the "Are vou going to drink that nasty .IUI.O kuv iA.ai vi The luum.u iuur nMunu "ce, to a joint debate record was from Dec. :i, 184H, to.Sept.30, KU" fctuir?" Plackerty replied that he was' m "led dollars, or the valuo thereof 111 gold Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, At tanthenvood, Vn., Josiah of Con- ' 1S.0. The present session Mils fair to when what Sims thought a plavful MMif.!"""7J,n,'n, Kebruury 17, nlrendy Smith hurrahed for Cleveland and was fie ensued for the possesion the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over eclipse thin, however. It has uro. Biinied. John Howaid" Another been in session over 240 ilnys and the promptly .stabbed by Kdward Shafer, tie, during which a little of the beer was1 sifnatuio upix-am- , but it is too much who also stabbed Smith's sister, who in likelihood is that it will not adjourn Ulackerty then threw his left f,u:ed to bo maQ0Ut- t'rferred in her brother's behalf. Oct. 10. PITHY PARAGRAPHS, arm around Sims' neck and drawing him At Pittsburg, Pa., a young woman to him inflicted the fearful wound; then , No MAS yct over fully understood n curren-e- y named May Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better To read about the depreciated Patton, who was induced to his horse ho left town for his un. Hence, some eoplu reason no woman of Chili reminds one of tho last days go with Charles I). Knight on a promise have fully herself; It nf infifriflirft ltlr.it Itta lkfutita iniLiin It.. l.i home near Junction City. This is Sims can nii linn In uuderatood .n1.1 ulm for, if grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the of tho lato Southern Confederacy. iiu uruit atiA luiiin . ... thn tMll tk.. ii,ti inn uiiiuin " . Wliat Plackerly niny kiv may munttCcd to lieen the secreU 'story. takes $000 to pay for a day's stay at a sleeping nfter having dishonored ' trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. ' throw a diHerent light upon the alliiii. Thk man who goes rishnif and nits In a hotel; calico sells nt $200 a yard and herself. uiackerty is n white man and the one cramp-Invitin- g You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. posture on a narrow other things bring fabulous prices. rlic design of Cajit John M. Jones, who shot and seriously wounded Mica from early morn till dewy eve and thwart calls it Howsey about two years ago; but fun is the sumo chap that never rocs to of Paris, has been adopted by tho Xa- -' To gain control of the U. 8. Sennto tioiml l)eiiio(TaticCoiiiinltteeasthecain.)rltl,''l"itted w,,en triu1 ,n l,, mc"ll church becauHO tho pows urcn't comfort-uble- . . after next March, the democrats have to imiuiurjiiiii iiaiigu. 11 is a ivpicai MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. It kLiAN Counts have gone out of fashion Now Jersey and elect Mr. Thur-ma- n jiugii carry MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. iMiiilunn, with the sUirs and stripes as husbands of American girls, having been to presido over it. The chances are Btamped in tlltr1'tti Vt lliiuolfin ntii(tiii fPlA l)nu the centre and at each corl.iv-- , Let Satunlay, a few miles below two to one that they will do both. .......American is still novel ner. ingston, on Pockcastlo river, the dead j enough, however, to cause Intense us woik and pray for such a result. Matthew Ilyrnu for a small amount Prewitt was found at the aient whenever it occur. Ajteii publishing the Ijuisville Dem- of money and a little pacing notoriety, foot of a tree bv the water's side. It ni-- 1 - ol m.a D0Vcr lrooryo a ocrat from the time the memory of man jumped from the llrooklyn bridge Fri- pears that Prewitt had climbed the tree Tho sweets keep slowly ebbing out of it till century it gets to boas stalo us u runneth not to the contrary, Pro. W. J I. day, but he won't have any use for the with his cun for the purpose of shooting witticism; and then lileofourteenthyour wife us not Mtinnell wants to retire from secular name and the fame will do him no good. ' ftul. ...... lrtftwltifr li.u l.'llntifin f.,11 liio ...,.., niifl .v.,...te ..... .......... w .v..., - h.... will get hold of it and go and take all tbo matters, and therefore offers his paper A "denined moist" corpse don't enro for! illscharging. The ball entered his bow- - paris green you were saving for tho potato-bug-s. either. for sale. els and he died instantly. Vim carries batteries at tho point of the The millers are moving to form a Is Receiving His After a lull of seven months Ilrush buyonctcuts canuls through morasses, Mns. Laniitiiv announces that this is Flour Trust and to that end a meeting overleaps, circumvents or smashes all imCreek again conies to the front with a has been called for them to convene in her last season on the stage. Wu pediments to progression, aud walks into locoan enemy like u go into the St. Louis August :il. Tho association shooting scrape. The friends of the canher intention to tho spoutuncous inipulso nursery business and rake babies for will embrace Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, didates for sheriif met there to distribute motive. It Is leagucred in u good causa; of Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, Give a him a Trial liquor, etc., to tho voters. row came stout beurts Freddie (Sebhardt. Virginia, Tennessee and all winterwheat up phenomenon ullko in moral aud in physical over the matter, About 50 shots dynumics. States. Tub Williamsburg Times has suspendTo he a gentleman docs not depend upon 'PI... .......i:.l..... .. ..! J...... ... were fired. Abe Drew fell' during the ,.77. toilet; good aro not :' , : Kditor Deiihain had too many irons .. ed. little with a bullet in his shoulder. tho tailor nr thogentleman is clothes is mod111 a iiiu (iiuiiiuiuwii iiui;i, gentle, This is the vicinity where so much ex- (rood ImblUi. A in the lire. lie should givu up the oth- speech at Decatur, III., urooKs, ham "1 havo been a is generout is tuko citement was caued last January, when est, is courteous, ono that never slow toit; is ers and cut and come again with the pa- rebel, a slaveholder olTcnse, as being gives g uud n three men were killed and a number slow to Burmiiiu evil, as bologone thut never per. democrat, but I thank Hod I have never wounded, from which several of the par- thinks it; goes armed only in consciousness l nil Faculty. nncl &VXB?El8tt ?"up OrM Tenneoskk was the first to vote and been a republican, and I have not that ticipants fled tho country. Xo arrets cf right; ho subjects his uppetltc, refines legion. Hellncd ',o,n 20 '8 ate. Noit AllrtiHno.. imlon MS, his tr.btc, subdues his feelings, uud deems lait dialogue. Apply to L. H. BLANTOri!,,d! Sent' sin to answer for." ud tlie is "iffl right." D.. ChanOELLOR. so far. every other better than" himself., Semi-Week- ly InterjorJournrL The Standard Oil trut, tho Pacific AttE t the favorable bulletins and the KnHiwul ring, the Kubbcr trust, the Su- wmo&lofGen.WH.Slwildwilo Xoh; ' gar trust, the Steel Hail trust, the Cotton r, p.. iuit, 3Iass., it mas supposed that ho was Coal ring, the Milli Oil trust,-thSeed,,..,'. on the road to iwnery from hit serious ,itfp mM) ,ay 0oilM) , ,UM, umhhUi! 1SS8 illness, so the intelligence of his death, corporation, the l'inkerton blood tubs A LITTLE QUEER. .' It Is reported STMFORD PJMMG Mill Flooring CO, t o n, able-bodie- ..-.,.- - W. WALTON. Doors, Flulsliinjr Lumber, IlrnckctH, Scroll Work, FrumcN, VeraiHln Work, Etc. SINE, Superintendent. - ld CLOTHING, ' for. I ?T T -- " CMTIiCING9 CliOTHINGo i great-grandso- n JULY AND AUGUST GOST post-onlc- (A BE SOLD AT AGTUAL MARKED I Ko Goods Gharged;tCash in Every instance. MoROBEBTS, Stanford. and re-be- nt BRUCE -- v uuo Good mid Clean i for Sale Cheap. T. R. Wnltou. ICE FREEZERS C ivs T. R. 'WAIiTOlT'S. T. WALTON'S. for Ice Cream -- ELEGANT GREEN TEA ... ...... v- "" , '0, Sll-Li'- six ui-nli- Fruit Jarn & Sealing Wax FOR SALE ,,.,,.,. , j e (:. ...-..- Aix-matto- j FOR RENT! t ! i .... I ... Want to Iluy a Small Lot of Hay. T. R. Walton. t i 1 t-- j ' :::::: BUGGIES, CARRIAGES ! ..,,. he-fo- re worn-mounti- ,,,... . ! jli t GEO. WEAREHT, JHCANTG'R. mai-iiai-- excltc-bodyofJo- hn Mo (Co MTCJPJUIDYo love-lette- .,, MERCHANT TAILOR AND SUMMER GOODS. is SPRING 1 '"V.."" fire-eatin- CENTRAL UNIVERSITY iiiciiioitxj, jsrsr. -- TO Ki l"fo-",at,- "..., r, lv,f ft, .. , r ,1 . -. .V lu I.I.J.H,,! tji'ii , xik. wtili 'i.i ' n:iiii.i .V. -- , W. -- ..rfK - ... . I. !& !,,, -- -'. k )' V Semi-Week- ly Interior journal uua. ManoKer At'CHJbT iz. c. walton, i TANrOltl), Ky., i 1 uqu ; Published Every Tuoadny nnd Friday. AT f I'MIt YKAIMNAUVA-N-CK,!1"1- " Vhen not o ..iJ $2.60 will be churned ' L L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail tram going Noclh I . .. ; Nnttti . Local Fietghl ' Noith 6 JJ V w .... South. Th Utttr Iraiiu l carry paitcngt r. The ahove it calculated on ttandard ttmt. Solar tirne it about to minutci fatter. pitltllll " " South ' South 1131pm 131pm 1 1 37 1 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. T rmnt leave Koland at j 3J a and rttiirn at t p n and 8 40 p m m and 7 jo a m jMEAHS lUSIHESt. Watciii-h I fr nml anil wnrmntetl. A. It. IVnny. CastuIi oil, lanl till ami iiineliliio oil & Uwk'. of nil kimlH at McltoU-rU- t TiiKlM'Ht place to buy drupt, patent tnetllcincM ami toilet artifK'H U at A. K. 1'ennyV. lluv your Kcbool lMok, ink, tnnlcU. laper, iiencilannilccbool HupplicN of nil 0., iimlafroui A. K. IVnny. thepro-itH-tl- s An apple tree of tbe harvent variety gives his money, bank stock ami witche8 ami every I puamnteeall of his K!rsonalty to his wife durof jewelry 1 fell to Imj junt iw repre-hentei- l. Is in full hloisoin in the yard of L. .M. Ijcley. It was full of young fruit in the ing her lifetime and then to be equally A. It.' IVnny. His two all of it to divided among- his children. ttprliif;, but the frot caui-eSOMEWHAT PERSONAL fall oil. Tbe dry weather exhausted it sons are appointed executors without security. was ap, Ml, mkiii CtujK is very ill with cent which hencereplenished by the rerains, the phenomenon. M.mi, Koiiiikii. Thomas M. Turner xinilyfii' nml not expected to live. M oiik.Ioii.smis and llelleSud-tlutl- i was arrested by Moliert Harnett and anMlsi.s axked why did Mr. lly-a- n Wi: have i are visiting frit'wlit in Danville. remain a candidate for sheritr for so other man Sunday and lodged in jail .Miii li:sn: Kkiii N vMUiik ber eons-11- short a time? Of couice we do uotkunw here for robbing the jsjstolllce at Farri, county. A colored man gave MIm A linn lteid, at IliMoiiville. jKnitively, but wo are told that so soon in , of as Ijiwvit Davison, tbe reoiiblieitn him awav and when the men started .MlkliaNBTTIB AMt.MlNVV Piitu-HMntlioii. nrv visitlnu MNs .Mnry MrKin-- 1 uJlo olrrii.fi tlit vot- - ftf hi paity in this "her him lie run and threw away his ney. omit v in his vest issket, learned of his boodle, which on lieing found nndexamto be SUI.50 in stamps, pos I.li.l.liN l'.ttiiiNAN, of Crab Or canilidaev be struck for Mis and chard, Ik the guest of Mrs. M. S. Haugh-ma- bad Mr. Ityuii send usn letter immedi-..,..!- .. tals, Ac. The postmaster came down and :., ... .... is more than i... i,,.. i HM ti. tll.ll IH ll.l'l .i....i:.,...i if 111,1. i If identified Turner and it It llllll'1 of Madison, has u,r,u.rM1j,i that the leaders of the rads probable that he is in for it tor a long Mil. D. W. Timnii.i:, Mrs. 1 V. Nun-- , .irvf,.rr,.(i ,H)t , ,,.ht been visiting his treiigth with time. nelley. jtm-a K)uilar candidate as Tom New- Tin: coal companies at .lellico, eonnist-ingofth- e Mux. J. W. AimiiN went with her lin-- - iaII,i, hut reM-ivtheir lat dying ellort Main .lellico Mountain Co.; band to Imdon to attend tbe funeral of f(. NovemK-r- . the I'iist Tennessee; the .lellico Coal and Mrs. J. A. Cnift. nnve 1111'1 lllu I'rmior .Mining uo., i., i tr I'linii. Mini Mimm oMKynungstor who forgot his gentle- - l foinu-a con.binatioii to Is unown a'- ui-nDanville xeslerdav nnd manly tniining, if he ever had any, tired iVirrlH lo ' the "I nitetl Jelltco Coal am Iron Com- .. ..i a iilhiul out tif tin. Oneni i .i... i,.r 'uive pl"''d the capital stock m.' .' I""y" w...,. MU L. A.lanu. KMitn ilnriiiL' tl... hoi. the other niulit A number of ICastem nliutit ii( L. 11. Ad- - which created onilv a commotion. Mai- - at ..i ti..i.....,n Li.!r m.l in the scheme which capitalists islial Carneuter was on hand inn minute ... III 11 .... ,ipii. , , 111 II H. Ilir i...r.. imi ni vi.it lhe l onuses to be an extensive one. A. l.Uu:ttM.N. of llandlle, tm.k followed bv Jailer Ouens and the sus-Mil niw over W.OtW acres of peeled jonths ueie s,..,rchtd, but no with at least 11 the fair and fell in " """ " l " . s found on them. It mux f-eapon one t.f the fair i..in be met there. wards found .n the lloor with out. t'K'',u"1 "l liiHVilltMtHlny. ;i,m a.n 1!ti.ik.ii (iiMtN-.t- ei M,t,w of Mi.s 15eltie ball out. Suspicion -- tmngly points to I1$ of lincoln, arc the gut-Mji cj. Wuihkv n.ldiesM'il the j the guilty one and he may stiller yet fori Vanarsdall this )i.mwrt,.. Club at McKinnev Saturdav 1,N -- "WiWnf.' At any rate, he will aft(,ril(W nn,i for i1(Mir them the IU moer.it. i p't uio piMoi till lie ii " ""ii purest of doctrine from a puretlemocrat-i- e .1. H. turns, train dispatcher, Cut. it in Nel- - pays a tine double its value. law a mouth oil and will spt-nheart. He had a good audience and county. I.uisville and ...her pointy Tm. ,,ttr177 given bv the Merrv says the McKinnev democrat? are the ,,.,.,..,. W1IH ...... i.lr..i.: n,,,.,.,!,.,! i,".. liveliest men ill tlie county. A slight enjoying himself. J I,.... .. 1 - r.niii.i-1- . ......ii. .... ,r.t,il Al.1,1. i,ii " as lovely a hit of " . " lilfl.tlii belles and handsome miMindfrstamliug as to who had the tuello to vote. He KiH he is Ilvin like beaux 11s could in the State right'to the liuihKug, the democrats or prohibitionists, arose, but was ami- n lord down there mid wouldn't swap that is noted for Isith. Owing to the the ,.. .. 1!.. ... I t .1.... with Jay (iould. placts narre..Mi... mu i.t ,.'cao.y a.ijusteu, ...r. II' tttw ilflVw lateness of the arrival of the band, t.. jt . t . ... ..!-- , hl.ll. - Sli -"v (!all(.in,Hd not liegin till 10:43, butfrom Ills appointment nan oeen inline tne .Miu .. ...t. t.i Ullll'in II lill'i '..I..... wil.it 1. .41 r .1.11. !.... .....I and published twice in this tO MSll lllh "ii'i .i..w..- - that hour till '.l.'M the hoppers made, up week We wish him a in MisMiuri ami Texas. paKr. They al-- o wanted him to divide of all for anv loss of time. The the Hpeaking time with them, but he happy time and u safe return. tint surrounding counties was representl'nor .1. M. Hntit wn writes from Hob ed and in fact of a number of Mates, as very properly refused on the ground livar, Tenn., that he will be here tin the lln lili 'Ihim fmiii CV.ili (ri'li:iril S'liriimu that he had no light to make, against will be l oth, at which time ids faculty Ictimeilown loaded with many of its them, but the republicans. and remain at tbe College the guests. Tlie music fui nMicd by complete, Tin: Ki.ihtiox. With no contests, no 11 t of thu vacation. tip-toami the paiticipant.s money and no whisky, the floaters had livMi-- s KuoiiA I.vti.i:, who has been all had a glorious time. a dull day yesterday. The democratic ing in the land of Shociox for several nominees for appellate judge and sheriff lljittl Tik HI 111 W ear--, is visiting her friends litre, who lllll( lll'Jtl. t It ir til f'i. W 111 lllV Isllil(l V tLillll, llti . ',, . o opposmo,, ,..u11 o, om v tor w,e - Capt.J.W. Carter's local f.ehjht to see her luck, as she p- roiuniitic iinine of h now Tub Mercer Fair w ill given premium o' tMollicu.uiyl M. Wnrri'ii haij Si) to the winner of tlio bicycle race, on been ujijioinU' to inn it. Friday, 17. Kntrance free. The Lincoln .1 i ....i....:ii.. ...I., J4,lll If 115 Wilt III. lilt; wheelmen aro invited to participate. i i... iirviiiititwit r Danville mul tlu I.iiiinvil!ii S'outli- I'bhminh having express packageH for crn w run tin i'.'urlun to it lit 51 for the J I. tt O. KxpresH will please leave the rountl-trip- . them at iny ollko or hang out the pasteboard signs 1 bavu furnished them. A. lin: editor of thin jiajtor nn "ciincil ' T. Nunnelley, Atcnt. lust ui'i'ls. Tin original WIN .11,1 It iiliiMt Iiuh ,ln nc l"ter, Tin: colored Odd Fellows of Stanford liiiiiiiliiup of ((mmI in IiIh limpings about. have chartered a train to run fiom Winchester heie next Friday to thuir picnlo I.onT. lJcU'i'ii MytTH House cornur and havo fixed the nnd general hlew-ou- t, ami the ilupot a $1!0 ami a i bill. fait) at hnlf tlio usual prices. tan Iwve $." by rottirninK ') to 1110 at I.Ti:iiioit JoiitN.w. ollico. II. II. Kit Tin: Hustonville MeCrenry club, .M5 rell. strong, bus been organized and Mr. J. M, Cook tells us that otticera were to Am now prepared toxend juiukiicH to have been elected hint evening. Keep any plnee in tlio I'nited .Sate by tbe the ball moving. We want to give rnlted Hinted exprect line. I'nrkaH Cleveland, Thurnian atid MeCreary 500 billed through to tluMitiutioii. (.'burden next November. majority in Lint-Ioveiy low. A. T. Nunnelley. John II. Cit.un & Son, with Wnnn-iimkHkv Wii.mot. a H'cyear-olboy, wbo & Drown, Philadelphia, and liven ill tbe Hubble neii'ldmrbooil, Drowning, King A Co., New York, have through tlio received and placed on wile, elegant lines nliot hintr-iil- f Sunday while playinj,' with 11 pin-to- l. of fashionable fabrics for iiien's and tliiflt The wound in a very imlnful one, 1)ojh' fall and winter suits, overcoats nud but not neceexarilv fatal. trousers at popular prices. No lit, no It Monday tbe Cincinnati South- sale. Ni:t ern will run an exeundon, to Niagara Tin: will of Craig Iynn was probated Fulls for the low rato of about $S for the yesterday. It divides his real estate nnd round-trifrom .(unction City. From jsjlioy of J.OOO in the (iruiigera AssociaCincinnati tbe route will he. by tlio Jtce tion lietween hia three children, John Line and tickets Mill be jocd for n week. James K. hntl Mnt. Alice Tucker, DEATH'S DOINGS. 1.... The death of a loving wife is at all times a crushing allliction, hut more' especially so when the husband himself lies on the bed of unable to minister to or pay the last ttibute of affection. Such is the condition of lion. . NEW! NEW! NEW J A CARD TO TEE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. ? s h. J. A. Craft, vhoe wife, to whom lie $-- was devotedly attached, died of typhoid fever at their home in London Friday evening, and in his bearti ending bereavement a legion of friends unite their Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by warmest sympathy and sorrow. Mrs. Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and Craft whs a model woman and her lovCalifornia Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everying, sunny disposition made, her a favorite, lxith at home and everywhere she thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of was known. She was a niece of Judge Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Ideals served at any hour. Try Itobert ISoyd and he loved her with their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come A sou more than paternal affection. and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. eight years of age is left to stiller n SCHILLING & ZIMMER, Respectfully, mother's loss nnd may a merciful Savior Wholesale and Retail.' spare him the Anther affliction of n father's loss. MjIo .MMMBH. cr d NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SEW FURNITURE STORE ! M AJ( JBTrFFM AW,, PJR iKL JBL NICE FARM FOR SALE. Having bought a farm in Washington county, I with to cll thfon which I now rctlde in Lincoln Cotinlv, at Rowland, i$ miltt from Stanford, 0F X 'JK ... Containing 108 Acres ! p It licton both tidtt of tin Crab Orchard pike and can lie divided to suit purch'ntrt. It it under good fcn c.wtll watered and In good repair II N WAJIK, Kotvland Ky aflB T nr-tit- le MALE SEMINARY bTANrOKD, KY., Univcrtit) Alto the Ite or practical course, includingtho desire can !!oV Keeping takes Will open the firtl Mondav In Septembtr In higher dcpurtnwnt boyt will Le prepared for Col. te n Is-ei- bs llu-tonvi- n. ll I'ed I'rtimantliip will he tauifht on Si princi hy the analsi of the letters l.rilith and Dtilumation will rccrltf kpecialal-tenllnl'upils will he traimd in the art ct Ditcipline wllltclind, hut firm; good Lehavior and diligent application heme demanded ol all. Primary pupils will he well drilled In thne ttud-le- t thatconttilulc lor a tliormteh pduca 111)!) toned prlnclph of honor nnd morality lion ne in'i'iieo nun nauun 111 couriety win be re will iii.ired. The Principal (.rings to this .chooi a fund of skill and experience obtained from the work of manv tariin Knulith and Classical Schools 'lannt cr Scttionif ten tchnlattic mnntht Primary, Jjj; Intermediate, $15; Aciideiiiit Ut deduction enly in 'I union puy(i!e quarterly, cte of proiraunl tii.knett I'AXION, Principal S AI.KX. t4 pltt, ,i fcif HrTiMiiV:i ' TjIHJJMlaf rfe'1,-CLl- Will keep constantly on hand a large and sslect line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and vou will be con- vinced that I sell lower than the lowe3t. ' M-t- t.lr beice; "staiid i I h.iti'ootued a llnck Yard nnd mw havci8oo Inck ready lor tale, ur I uill take contracts to huild thtm in wall Iheepiny lreh meats niw in V'unArtdule't ie tar uiidtun furnish Shoal, lltef W J KAMSt.N and Mution atull timit 60FFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. I M l.ite -- t 1 C. A. BENEDICT & CO., '.l M'.'' Well Drillers WVIIt dnlle.' to farii)r pruet & Pump Adjusters, KY P STANrOKIi, ! e '' rJr .inn nft ( nilthod at "". FOB. SALE. My Urm s we0k.-tllan-od- burg , 1 1 '' mileof McCorraa.kt rd fvr't aires it lhe Sunf .ind one l'ikt.i miles from h Stinf td ell puhliclj Will (.hur 111 WKO.-V-l-M- TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88.' 'lhe farm it uill wntcri-- and under pood fence jnd hut on it a splendid irclnrd I here it a (:ond hoiie with four roomt and the bUthuiUlinirt are will sell At the same time and iilmc firt ci JA.MKS (iOVr R, a lt ilmttle anil mules 1 "WAIiL PAPER and 3TJB1TITXJBB. j -.ii ... .. j COMPLETE.STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. 45 id Slunford, Ky NEW BUTCHER SHOP. I liutr opened a butther thop at Kovt nud in the rerrill ""ii.re )ius nnd am prepared to furneh the piil ic with a kindt l m.iats, fitli and oysi I continAs hi ri'tolore ters in their soaMiT ue rniinuu' my ai;on de itermg nie.it to my in Mai.ford and titinltt 1 cut-tmnt- 1 1 1 - PLEASE OBSERVE . if M r I.I.KIN ' I A No. i Washington Farm For Sale. K Co. M'ROBERTSSTAGG WATCHES, CLOCKS,. JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. rn Mor-jhacliw- p 1 i 1 ,aIllc the captain jumped f.on, the caboose h. he, in the place ..( her biitb. kumked over a bucket of wat,r Cut. W. F. M.Kinsky has been granted an increase of pension, lie has which a negro bov, Jin. Tall, had left b.ii:eti.igS8per month, which was ttting near the tnick. The neg.o com- small remuneration for the disease he im back just after the water had bt.t,n contracted and the sulllering it has given overturned became much infu.iatcd and struck Capt. Carter in tl.o side with a him. '",' MM Asm: .i ks who is v.s.l Jiik rock hnrting h.m badly, but notseuous- MissXaney Kagland at Winchester, wa y. ! he negro ran as soon as he had iii nanilSOIlieiy eilieiuiinfu 'iiiwu iiiu unis uuu him nun-Capt. Carters crew tin night. The business manager was re- - Macksville. iiumbered with an invitation, but was learning what had happened hunted Macksville from end to end, but failed to nimble to attend. Mb. JtwKPH J. Xkwi.si, who livts i'm the little rascal. Hu killed another near l'lcachcnVillc, suil'ered a stroke of negro boy a few years ago by stabbing paralysis Friday which allceled his him to the heart, but was cleared on the whole rightside and his speech. He is grounds of provocation. . lying In n very critical condition now rT.' Fms eva.n.ners, Miss Kate Iiof.li am with the chances against Ids recovery. num..., aie i.av.ng a goon " Mil. Wll.mil Ai.kins, thu bright and haul work as man who is l.l...l.rBhaS. well as popular voting nuwhpaper wlit) umpire to be common summering at Crab Orchard Springs, has witli those Tlie nucstioiis are received notice of his appointment as school teachers. bv law and the answers sometimes treasurer of Macatiley's theatre at Lou are enough to make a dog laugh, .ille. a position both of creditand good uHen )no of the questions is ".Name the ten Wo send congratulations to the profit A colored hv.ng statesmen. ntleman of the sunlit locks. ' L,eo. Dav- Mrs. Cl'dton "Pl'l'f'int wrote in answer: To Mas. KviSr Watkiis, , . u. linniley, Ueorgu i .entry, Fowler, Mrs. S. S. Myei-s- Allen (!ilmore lson, fswojio and Bruce, nnd other kind friends who have sent us lieorge Denny, Aiinj) Those aro all ho gave for the carbuncle which is of Mississippi." lemedies holding us in Its teuillic embrace, we and the inference must bo that ho thinks tender our heartiest thanks. Thu knowl tlieie are only seven worthy of mention. edge that onu has such friends gocn far Hero is n copy of an older from a couple of school trustees for u certificate to be toward ameliorating an allliction. issued tlio teacher they had employed: LOCAL LORE. "Supt. J. A. 1'iogle: We, the trustees of Ceitify that wo have imployed Mii.k SiiAKBiit K. H. Ihunsidu's. , Teacher to teacli our School, lino of Candies at A. A, War- - whom we know to bo qualified to teach Frksii any and all of the pupil Children in Said It'll s. District, by this concederation Wo v is tlio tlrst day of tlio Danvlllo To-that ho bo granted a Certificate, admitted free. fair, ." It is vourn IContldentially hardly nccc.ss.iry to state that even after scramblo for I) vn Mit.u:u wouidn't to submit to the usiintrwoultl not allow hiH mime this thu holder had ual examination made nnd provided. for countable. to go on tlio I ureas dad , Air. i, ,, , t " ni Charlie Mcltob- HEIRS WANTED. ot l'rts ,n" L K Mlir ,MJ, 'J'!t-Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch 1'arty p.irticipaUHi W hen ve IVvtim I'mhrfO. a revltltut uf Stanford. Kv " neatness In: consul went to pres.s lJola. was ,., ahead and of 1l1t1lonlhc4thtl.1v of May, I8SB, le.i utliiirs. i ne maker with. many yean.' experience, all work done with , ,. r.iWccst.UelorUtttr.lmtion.iiiionK n onif vuw Gstortrttlot. onrl V.iro filoeooe ft wst.u fha moj ilet idtnthatl tlirte tister., r.liiaHitn, .M.iry anil UUU UiapatUll, i.uujr mauiou. vjivuntwiii swtst vm Dull, who lell this county about the veiir iSij. a pmhi " una .Marv wiitn last ne.iru 01 were lit eye. Klir..itictli .mi) in ncgioes voted almost solidly for Ilolar, 'Intf in this State " Dolly that portion known as The Purchase wliuil.ut heard of was a j rf resident of Kant.is Any person having any of as to the present residence Of the abote .J,.,,,, R ,iuet vw. named parties or tlnir heirs, will pln.ile wnicto tion all over the county, ko far as we me lit btanford. Lincoln countv Ky Executor. JOHN M "HA II., i7 could hear. It was certainly WJ here. VftH h,,h frco,,Ma,le ... 'lhe Tarm ciuitiiilit ii Aires, simited on the Springfield and l'err)ville pike,, milet from the Surrounded former and milet from 1 ebannn h (food iiciKlihors schools and thurthi't and is adaiitcd to all the favorite criiin and grattet grimn Mas kckxI houe, barn and other ill Kcntiick) Plenty of asunr; water and in a outbuilding (or farther particulars, hich iale of ciiltitafion C. h I'Offril., Huttunville. Ky. address l1,1.l,) v ,,tt.,w"8 11 .vTt ","' 7 QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & No ilrtiukenncrw nnd no IlLthtn. hard-workin- j I '" tlx-e- d t K.-aU- ct n poll-hoo- KAVOIHTE LIXE BETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. McKINNKY, KY. .iiot. John Sullivan, a Iiiblinian, who livert near Halen Well, EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. d For Drugs, Medicines, the famous Strop 01 Kij; LIMITED shot Jim Fanner .Sunday with a nnd toL'ettour prescriptions promptly and corHOURS. IN s eftaking t gun, three rectly tilled at all hours, and to j;tt y"f Staple t'.riHcrlis, tine Cigars, Toilit Amcltn, fcc.Koto side, fect, in the forehead, writ and l.ovd Co., McKlnney Dr J. A. WILLIAMS Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. woundrt which aro thought to bo will attend to our drop; department: also attend to the wants .if the kk, night or day, In town or THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. fatal. According to Mr. Sulllvan'ri 39 country Fanner came to his hoiiho the day THE TJ3X A.S S HO RT L.INK. before and iumiltcd ids wife, who was MILLERSBURG lying in bed with a baby just a week old, CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN MAY 6, 1888. pointed a pibtol at her and tired it as lie FEMALE COLLEGE! went out of tlie door. That evening Sul 14JC.A.P TJT. BKAD POWX. livan met Farmer and asked him about A Modern Progressive School ! -traTxs nYTrt 11T IKAtNa SOU illit, when he cursed him and drew his pisNo. 6. No. 4. No. 8. No. 1. Xo. j. .so. 3. Xo. 7. Where your diu(?hlers vil'te might how to be STATIOX. Nj. j. Daily. tol. Sullivan was not armed, so he went come true women, as we las th 'roughly instruct- Daily. Daily. Daily. Ex. Sun. Daily. Daily. Daily on home. At night Farmer and anothA'rv 640am 64a pm,ioi5 a in! 600 p m Cincinnati nil 40tpnn Scopm 7 35 a m L've er man came to Ids house and attempted LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. it ii a 5 47 pin 933pm ...., 830am, 4 3J P m 'illiniowi....L,te $ .3 am Georgetown 410.1m.. 714am 3. A put loiiam 70J .111 lb 37 1'm HEV C I'OPi:, President, to enter, but he bolted the doors and Address Lcxmg on. 348am 413pm 700am1 i4opm wpm Hospmioijam iSiim 1 and they finally went ir MKS. s. C TKUKHF.AKT, windows on them ......Dainil e 30 a iVonm oSain 1 oun j1 2u a m nopm a jj a m rv. inn Lady Principal. , ' : ........ ", it i in. Stoi.mia'SPm... . ;. in s.iiinriinnt.iiv 37 a 10 uni jJ on". "e.t morning ho borrowed a shoto, n in t 30 p in . .. homcrtcl 11103am Mlllcrshurg, Ky. iruuiiil ........ Josani ujopra' pm a in Oakdale g?; ,m 7153111 is gun and when Farmer came in lhe evenSJsnni, 35P'nt Ar'v.lhattanoog.i....L,te 9 55 710pm ooonm 8 jo a m 400am m """I"". ing and called him he went out with it. j,oam 600pm in 6 a. ppm ' , J 1J -- ..... Ar'v. ...Attalla 10 pm Fanner hatl his pistol in ids hand, but CRABORCHARDSPRINGS 11 35pm ... M..,. 330.11111 ,'"" "" 14SPI11 11 10 pm L've.... Ilirmiiishim ... Tnsi.ilos gionin jipain' cicoum W43a m' seeing the gun, dodged behind some... m j la u m jU ... ..Mcriumii tu iwamiowinii Orclxnfd, Ky. r'v... L'te 501)11.1 thing when Sullivan shot with tlioahove ""'"i6ijani 93011 m L've New Orleant.. Art nepm .louopm ::.::Meridian 5 ion in result. Ho was arrested yesterday and 6 j p n ,1 J cWon '...... j w a I. ve .Vicksliurg, - Ar'v p .111. ...... 4 10 I.'te.. .. .. his trial set for this morning. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. m I.'te., ....Monroe 1003 a m ... lop 6 ... a ml. ..... t is pm Ar'v. ,Shrctepirt... Thu republicans at London havo or- nt j 35. t i. ind arrives )u Chaltaima .,t 900, M. No. 10 leaves from Pine Units and Stnni; Pand Train No. 9 leaves Oakdale V g.ini7cd an A. M. Swope Club with l'H July 1st to September itt Uatet really reduced ChVt.anoosa at '. . '"d 'nvr M "'"V" ''', 8 "' members. lluffel Sleepm. Cars on all per day mill $10 pr wevl: and upward. $i Mann lioudoir M COLI.HIt N, t.en'l It. A JV Ajt. Flder .1.(5. Livingston writes that THOMAS XKXYM AX, Mana?erj JOHN C.OAULT, (5cnrl .Manager, Siiperinleui'eit ). VRHOI.L. lien-rrreachersvillo had resultC. KIX(J, Itetident.Supt.J JAN. his meeting at ) n 1. . ' Vt r irih Sir et, Ci i.in 1. I). II. KDMLSTOX, Clark. CeneralOJi m, JjJ ed in U confessions to yesterday. g double-bartellcbuck-shoa jro-duciu- K x.o"Slt:d sc K: 00., Texas Pacific Railway.) Htate-nien- t, - -- -- j", p 111 1 - 1 5, 11 j "' ' Crab ; V !- .1 . 111 111 . 1 11 ! in. 4 . v 11 3. M-- a! I'.-illl- i . i if h IT WILL BE A BIG LOSS, BUT IT CAN'T BE HELPED! The Greatest Sale of Men's & Boys' Clothings Dry Boodsoots, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Notions, &c, 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 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. ' W. M. Goodwin bold his Bitter Bread. ' Complaint is frequently made by those farm two miles from Lexington to S. C. Moore, of Pennsylvania, at 5100. who uso baking powders that they leave The Supreme Court of New Jersey in broad, biscuit or cake raised by them disagreeable, bitter taste. This tuate has confirmed the constitutionality of a follows the use of all impure baking pow- the high license law in that State. There are 7,000,000 children of the ' ders, and is caused either by their containing alum (introduced to make a school age in the United Mates who are cheap article), by the impure and adul- not reached by the intiueneesof the terated character of other ingredients usMiss Lavenia Shannon, ed, or from the ignoranco of their manufacturers of the proper methods of com- to theatie goers here, has an engagebining them. These baking powders ment at the Masonic Temple, Louisville, leave in the bread a residuum formed of for the week of Nov. 1!). It is stated that President Green, of Jime, earth, alum or other deleterious matters, not always, though frequently, the Western I'liion Telegraph Company, Instable in the food, and by all physi- subscribed 510,000 to the democratic cians classed as injurious to health. The campaign fund, and Jay Gould declares of Jloyal Making Powder is free from this himself in favor of the serious defect. In its use no residuum President Cleveland. There is little danger that the male is left, and the loaf rained by it is always notice line in the lioii'-- of Hohenzollern will sweet, light and wholesome, and ably free from the peculiar taste com- - i soon become extinct. The present Km- ol Germany ttn.ls Himself at IMthe nlained of. The reason of this is because absolutely ,ntll0r of fiv bouncing boys and they it is composed of nothing but pure materials, scientifically combined "j'U9t kwl on coming." Louisville 100-acr- and intend to move nothing. I am going to leave about September 25th Be Sold, e 1.KK 1 IIUKF'M-.VJs'- , Ask For Ayer's SUROKON DKNTIST, Stanford, Office - - Kkntuckv. I omh tide Main, two doors above Depot St. Ao Mo nDIRTTO-G-IST . Sunday-- school. iiftr well-know- n Sarsaparilla, and bo suro you get it, when you want tho txtst With iw forty year of unexampled suc cess in the cure of Wood Dlscaaos, you can mako no mis- tako in preferring iilood-purlfler. EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, PENNY 9 JEWELER. &o i DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Phjsicisis pres riptia, a DAXVIM.E, I JCY. Ayer's Sarsaparilla to any other. fore-runn- Hasmovedtolus elegant new building opposite the poatotlue and is better than ever prepared to accommodate the public with fine putures from photograph to life sue. Satisfaction guaranteed. curaiclj jr, lei. GtPrf (WJafL-T-) zyitr UC0: r pUIC Oil iff Tho , er of modi e Per ..... ..... , j petent teachers. Three hundred and to cut down the internal taxes by some twenty-fivmatriculates lat year. We $20,000,000 and the customs taxation by have the school and at living prices. .some $50,000,000, making a total reduc- Send for catalogue. Addres-J. B. tion of about $75,000,000. The first item President. it becitros by taking the excise from toTHE BEST EQUIPPEO SCHOOL FOR Bucklen's Arnica Salve. bacco, save as to manufactured cigars and cigarettes. The second item is dis The best saliein the world tor cuts, bruises, fOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. "br Catalogue toJ.T. PATTERSON,Psr. salt rheurti, tributed as follows: A l tides that paid sore, ulcers,chilblains, fever bores, tetter, chap, ped Hands, corns and all skin erup. duty last year amounting to nearly $200,- - tiont, and positively cures piles, or no pay re 3l. H.3lOR.33 000,000 aie placed on the free list and quired It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfacthere is a reduction in the tariff on ar- tion or money refunded. Price 35 cents per box. BUSINESSQPPORTUNITY ticles still dutiable aggregating a little For sale by A R l'enny, Stanford, K To connect yourself with n house of 27 yean standing. We wunt to cngagn the services of an Intelliover $:'.0,000,000. The average turiii, as Renews Her Youth. gent and trustw nrthy gentleman to take tbe entire charge of our business In his county In Kentucky. now existing, is over 47 per centum. Mrs. I'hxbe Cheiley, Peterson, Clay Co., low a Previous experience not a neeessltv The duties oii&UVDlciMiit. Sul verv 'xcent..r The average tariff under the Mills bill tells the follow ins remirkable stor), (lie truth of yet profitable. :ii: particulars made laborious and Full known upon which is vouched for by tne residents of the town: application. Address, r. 0. KOs ir,, tlHISUTI, 0. would be over 42 per centum. e s st, As our revenue" laws now stand, there are over -- 4,000 articles subject to largi-s- t other, while producing the amount of raising power. We nre justi- duty and the average duty thereon is fied in this assertion from the unquali- over 47 per cent. If the Mills bill were fied statements made by the Govern- to become a law, there would still be ment chemists, who after thoro'ugh and nearly, if not quite 4,000 articles subject exhaustive tests recommended the "Koy-al- " to duty and the average duty thereon for governmental use because of its would be something over 42 per cent. superiority over all others in purity, Is that w hat you call free trade'.' strength and wholesomeness. There is Editor Dana, of the Sun, thinks young no danger of bitter bread or biscuit where people snouiu never Ki&n until alter it alone is used. they are married. We wish Mr. Dana The revenues of our Federal govern- would tell us what to do when you softment for the fiscal year ending June 30, ly and tremblingly ak, "Will you be mine?" and she tremblingly whispers, 1888, amounted to the vast total of more than SI, 000,000 a day. The "Yes!" It is our humble and inalienwhole burden of this taxation was borne able opinion that if God ever made a by the consumer. Although the gov- kiss for anything in this world He made ernment expenditure for that year was it for that supreme moment. We have extraordinarily large in many ways as spoken. Puck. for instance in the payment of pensions, The New York Press sees "success the building of a new navy and other ahead of the republican ticket." No lines yet this revenue was doubt of it and it will remain ahead of it. In excess of our needs by $110,000,000. Savannah News. Those figures represent the amount unCentral Xoiim.w. School ami Business justly wrung from the people in that College, Pleasineville, Heiny Co., Ky. one year through the continuance of war Fall session opens first Tuesday in Sept., taxation in time of peace. 'SS; $2S.50 pays table board, room rent The democratic party seeks the for ten weeks. Privateboard remedy in the reduction of taxation. Of and tuition $2 per week; room rent 50c per week. our total revenue for the year refened to Business College equal to any in the more than $"J 10,000,000 came from cusSchools of Music and Ait taught less than $125,000,000 State. toms duties, and by artists of Ability. Short-banTeleg- from "internal revenue." The demotaugiit by comlapny aim lype-uiuin- g by the Mills bill, cratic party .and alknli to act upon and destioy each -$370,-000,''00, ! . ern blood medicines, Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is still tin) most popular, being In greater demand than all others combined. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is selling faster than ever before. I never hesitate to recommend it." Oeorgo W. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, lud. "I am safe In saying that my sale of Ayer's Sarsaparilla far excel those of any other, and It gives thorough satisfaction." L. II. Hush, Des Moines, Iowa. "Aver's Sarsaparilla and Ayer's 1'UU nro tho best selling medicines in my store. I can recommend tliom conscientiously." C. Wckhaus, Pharmacist, Itoseiand, 111. "Wo have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla hero for ovor thirty years ami always recommend it when asked to namo tho W. T. McLean, best blood.puriner." Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I have sold your medicines for tho last seventeen years, and always keop them In stock, as thoy are staples. There is nothing so pood for the youthful blood' as Ayer's. Sarsaparilla." It. L. Parker, Fox Lake, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives tho best satisfaction of any medicine I have in stock. I recommend it, or, as the Doctors sov, ' I prescribe it over tho counter.' it nevpr fails to meet tho cases for which I recommend it, even whero the doctors' prescriptions havo been of no avail." C. F. Calhoun, Monmouth, Kansas. To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- first seeing Superintendent l'ott at the Mill or I'll undersigne I rOilHt, Pre Stanford Roller Mills I U jrri y isj'S-'Tr'si- '.- - yJ1!-- ' wt niM . tY0' k THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. to TheSunford Holler Milt C mpanv vvsnls votir whole wheat inp of isM, and will pay incish the Ker bruajht hiihe.l msrket nncefor il Ij not sell with lit the lowest thu 'uirket at i I'ri. k a l Imer r i O an e t CI leweir) lie ' paired on II ar TAXES I'he Tax II ! TAXES ! STATE COLLEGE EIGHTEEN Agricultural and Mechanical. To The Voters of Lincoln County: amreidv, t plean- - conn f rward and pay earl T D NF.WLAND, tf 3o-- PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. mil are nun- - rrady fr 18M and I nteni; the taxes Kverldv will S Scientific, Engineering. Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. i KENTUCKY I. C COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Kftll term begins .September l'J. ISSS. For Calalaaar and nther liifurmallon nl'lreti JAMKN H. I'ATTKICSON. I'h. !.. I.xlnla, Kenlackr. r STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE STANFORD, K if Madison Female Institute, PRESIDENT. nn J. M. HUBBARD, A. M Eighteenth ear bem Lionel ay, September 3, '88 ' Inline kcIuki) foi tho tilslier oliiratlon nf yminK women. Art. lnle arnl I.lter.irv li p.irtincntu Ixrntlnn licaltliy, faculty competent. Ii'rm rtaionibli lor idianlljti ontrid I l if niui tiiiilun In l.llerar leiartineiit nnd Mulr (ot :'-innni, fuel, lltflit- -. fiom seplemlicr till .Iiiiie, Wlllioiit iiiiihIp Iilrtl Oil. 4ra"" Send for eamlogue to clonWILLIAMSON, t C. P. Aw.a... t i un-liln- O.O HAQEHMAN. I "'"' ""-l""- ..lc RICHMOND, KY. "STAKD! C.irefullv jele ted orp of tetclieri Th nui flood libopline llrt mrthodt 4 in.truction bend for ire jlar LUMBER Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rHKr.vur.n nv Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mass. Worth $S a bottle. l'rlco 1; ill bottles, KentuekyCentral R. R.; t niM-- E GKASS UOL'TK. QUICKEST prom ' I have pur hai' J Ihe lim.-- r yards of Met rs Oeorgo I) Wesrcn 4 I I M Hrai e and ill op1 . a big ar I al the me purthnrd if Mr a: I wil, Itctides lumber m r "ib and 're-s'.- l. irry . ,11 a Urge line of , an I lun lams, iw.ts anJ tae pi irtieme fnrmcrly s.4 I Vy 1, IIOlkhR Mr Wearen s nivr itli. dr THE SHORTEST AND ROUTE ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS c w, sirtALi' J s HA ). CENTRAL KENTUCKY loa'.l l'otn MSTCALP AnYS. ilAKilOl RMl I Willprv.ti tmini " sfc HAYS. PINrVII.l V AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. To the Farmers of West Lincoln, l!9M!?, Casey and Elsewhere. $&3$n'WS& EW 1 dM 11. J5. (fEOGHEGAiV'S, SllLKSvK IO k - piopocs, Gil 4TH AVENUE, friendi of the farmuu puMli. to ev ne ef re SCIIKDL'I.! IN KFrT.Cl MAYao, iS4 their crop el.ewhete. Veil In LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY the trade about twenty )iur I im fin n.ir ullli No ?. No 4 No 6 I fee' u.irrameti, iherf , m the ihebu.ne . b A discount of per "f!it wi declaration thtt I v II !). ah'e to ta i!i aie the given on all I'.x. Sun. Daily V.x Sun. i'j cfcti triruter ot ) our i.npv ! the aduntije of j( . orders nt fjr Hjt- - mtu a n a ccrncd J I! IIKKKN 3 I.ve Covington. .. S yo a m 3 5 p m verti"mHnt mi.iti niitij pi t ivr a mi i) 11 p m 38pm 10 OJ I.ve Falmouth II 05 a in 10 ?4 p in 4 JO p m I.ve C)iithtaua ... 11 40 a m 10 50 p m 5 10 P m Arr Pans p m Lexington . !' 30 p m 6 IO p in LtXisGroN, Arr ! ..7 ti 50 a m 10 55 p u m I.ve Pari. 6 os p mi KENTUCKY. Arr Winchester...,! 35 p mill 15 p 7 10 p in Arr Kichmonil. I t co p in j PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS .(I U , ... 8 i3 p Huinr been anthanivd ' Mr C C V,iuAr FAST LINE BETWEEN dale, proprietor uf Hustunti.le K lier Mi!lt.jhi aent fur the puriliite of wheat in ihi. sctmnof LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. tiiuntry, I call w.th tonfiilenLC m nj fld iid tried site Ira tt f sale. Infjrmati Uxaminati m iiiir 1 .11 Ian I title .n '4 M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, reiiondeme s ittv in LaUr KeMu X) made a pe iilty Any anj minera. Ian Is f r n any it 1 ul 5r i If ' f 1K Ilini iTHAT FIGHT M. A.himmens Liver Medicine, Esl'd JS", In the U. S Court lirAT I II. Zcilln, Prop'r A.Q.Simmons Liv r Hrgulator, Est'd by Zellin I jr.', M. A. S. L, M, has for 47 scan cured Indioxstion. IliLluts.NS.11. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes "I suua nouiu nave Decn deaj but m, juui ucnumc .vi. Sim. mom Liver Medicine. I have sometimes had to substitute si Mum ....(., 101 your .sieai .mil but " doa'' niwer the pOCrr cin C. K. Simmons. St. Louis, Prop'r South-lleund- Tho Original Wins. iupm 1 , 1? . . WsmM Female -- 1 1 Chesapeake & Ohio (SyjEiE' "l , ve Richmond Arr llerea Arr Lexington. North-Ilouth. 3 S 00 p tni 05 p :u p in 45 P ni .,. So. 111 uTsrxrsiA.aicK ArrTiT. II.Sour Stomach, Etc. Iter. T Ittims l..i.,r i w ikapachk.Lus. 111 I 49 p in To 1. EAST Washington, Old j, Richmond No . No. 5. Point Comfort. and i.-.i- 1 ?.n. T . .... -- I.ve Lvc Arr I.ve I.ve Arr I.ve Arr Arr T.ve Livingston lierea Richmond Stanford".. . S co a in io 15 a in 11 45 J " r,. reduced in llesb, ha 1 difficulty in breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New Sleple nlghtu made miserable by that terrible Discovery for Consumption and found immediate cough. Shiloh'a Cure u the remedy for you relief, and after using about a half dozen bottles IMcRobcrts & Stag?, Stanford; Cro & Co., Mo found himself well and has had no return of the Klnnejr; E, Jone, Crab Orchard disease. No other remedy can show so grand a Catarrh Cured, health and eet breath secured reordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for by Shiloh' Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cent Nas- Consumption Ouaraiteed tl do Jut what is . Stan, Stanford; al Injector free. McRobern claimed for it Trial bottle free at A. R. Penny's K. W. Jone. Crab Orch. Crow & Co , McKlnney; Drug Store- - Thu origin of coloied lijjlits in drug virUs' iiidoVH in ns follows: Originiilly the barber or leech exposed in his window the medicines he hud for .sale. In time the burrincnfi of selling was sep.ira-rate- d from that of preHcriliiiig drugs, the m a physician simply hung up a colored Worth Knowing. light, leaving tho druggiht to expose the Mr, W, H. Morgan, merchant, Lake Ci'y, Fla., medicines, or tho colored water that was taken with a sev ere Cold, attended with a distook tho place of the medicines. Nowa- tressing Cough and running into Consumption In days only tho colored bottl s remain, the Its hrst stages. He tried mtny so called popular physicians' lamps being few nnd far be- cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was m years ol J, have been troubted with kidney complaint and lameness for many years; could not dress m self without help. Now 1 am free from pain ana soreness and am aoie to ao all my own housework. I owe my thanks to Klectric Hitters for having renewed my )outh and removed completely all disease anil oain. Try a bottle joe and Si, at A. II. Penny's Drugstore. I am 7j aaaaassajasBiBBBSBBB-a- - I rv tween. CREAM O.jfe L .ilte.V 3t- '$ , COMPANY V LEXINGTONiKY. iaaaaataaBaBB. That Hacking Couyli can be to quickly cured Will you suffer with t)ypepia and l.iser Com plaint! Shlloh'a Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee It. McRoberts Co. vVSttfg, Stinford: Crow & Co., McKinney; E. you. McRoberts & Stagg, Stanford ; Crow W. Jones, Crab Orchird. .McKlnney; E. W. Jones, Crab Orchard. ard. i SjHBB2 iiSifafcSBkJ I.ve Louisville Arr Lexington " White sulphur Springs. On the Maysville Ilranch, No. 0 leaves Paris at 830, m anil No. 11, at 510, p in, arriving at " Charlotisville VMIunct 3 10 p m " Richmond Maysville at 10 50, a in, and 740, p m No, 10 500pm 3 50 P ni, " Newport New. 6 33 p m leaves Ma sville at 600, a in, arriving at Pans at 10 35 a 11 co a m 8 jo, am No ia leaves Maysville at 105 and " Old Point Comfort 7 co p m 11 10 a ni 7 40 pm arrives at Paris t 3 , p m, These trains are " rvortolk ' Washington , p m 8 23 p m daily.except Sunday 9 40 lliltimore. No. 3 leaves Covington at 830 am. arrives at is pm 11 5 P m Philadelphia . uo a co a m Falmouth lit 10 30 a in; Sunday only No. 31 Yo a m Covington New York.,,, leaves Falmouth at 4 30 p m, arnv es at .0 a m No. 15 leaves I.exing. tit 6 30 p m; Sunday only inn 7 15 p in, arrives Paris 7 5 p m. No. 8 leaves Lexington Division Trains run by Covington 3 ao p 111, arrives Falmouth 7 ao p m Main LineTrains east of Huntington Central li me run by East No 7 leaves Falmouth at 5 50 a m, arrives at Cov- crn time, which Is one hour faster than Central in 5 ton at 7 50 a ni time. No. 11, daily ex. ADDITIONAL TRAINS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY NOTE. Trains 1 and 1 are dailv between Win- - cept Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4:43 a in; Mt Sterj Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other ling too a mj arrive Lexington 8 35 a m; arrive at Cincinnati via Winchester 11 35a m. trains are daily except Mumiay. No J, daily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chesapeake & Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland loop m; Lexington j 3: p m; arrive Mt Sterling Va, and Eastern cities 7 11 p m; Olive Hill 9 ao p m Huntington, Charlestan, W, No. 5, daily, leave Clifton Forge at 700 a m; FAST LINK -- Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winches, ter. Solid trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars, be Charleston u 30 p m; arrive Ashland 5 40 p m; mid Richmond, Va., and Win. L.o nmaus 11 it n m tween Cincinnati No. 6, daily (cave Ashland 7 10 a m; arrive at Chester and Washington, Through tickets and baggage checked to any Charleston 11 as am; Clifton Forge 7 36 p m Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains by a railroad. destination reached Old Dominion Steamshipsleave N'orlork on For full particulars address any agent nf the Co, Tuesday, Wednesdiy, Thursday and Saturh. t. . .MOKSfc, E. II. HACON, 'traveling Pass'g'r Aqt., Oen'l Pass'g'rAct., day at f jo p m for New York, For Tickets, Rates, Information, etc., apply to Covington, Ky, Lexington, Ky. Icket office or address H.E. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. H. W FULLER, W. C. WICKHAM. Covington, Kentucky. OenOfflcea. Receiver Gen'l Pass. Agt, 111 1 Mon-da- I.ve I.ve I.ve Arr 10 a 5 45 .1 Lancaster ..I Richmond. . II 00 a in 6 30 a 6 50 Richmond. 30 P Winchester.. P I 4 3 IS P in Paris. iiS F.exiugton ... a 00 p I 3S' 8 30 3 40 p Pans CO p Cynlhiana , 4 9 06 Falmouth . . 4 $1 P in 10 03 Covington. ... 6 co p mill 35 111 1 111 111 1o 8 a in 5 J a To 111 Loulavllo WEST and fir T T. Olncilnnatl AND m 111 Connc.tion,dir?ct all points in the Ilcgulator and ce. bettrr tainly do more ofZcilin'a raiitursv. paenagv 01 i."?S !o and have usedsour Liver Medicine, half of it. It works like a rharm. lanimin Liver IWWll. Mtmnhll.T.nn . . -- uiuv. R. Graret, Editor D'.J. f. aa. T Tkt WEST 3 3 4 NORTH-WESSOUTH-WES- SIS P m 6 50 p in co p m 50 p m 30 p m . ' No, 4, IN r.FKKCTNov 13, '87. No j, I Dally . Ex. 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