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NO. 52' S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. shower, In every direction. For this must needs be the tlrxt thing done. A I made a mistake in saying Mrs. J, horizontal eaity of a few Inches, to fur- H. Johnston had received a police of $13 nish space for wedging out what lies 000 on her husband's life. It should l'JIAIHIO 'I'll 10 LOUD. above is a lnr jhi inn. We xoou thed of have been $l,o(X). watching this imlixpcusahlc but tedious Wc aro indeed glad to report the LKTTKU KItOM OKOHOKO. 11AKXKS process. sick in our town and those in the coun "Can you show us how you get out try as having near enough recuperated (Continued from last Issue. the big jiiicex, uncle'.'" Inquiied one of their health to be considered out of danTin1 filenil referred to in "our Jolm," the girls. ger. "Oh, yes, inarm; a little higher up in tlio iniinujjer of tlio (ileit Mury Coal There will he no more diills of Comthe room, wliar I gie it a 'xliot1 last CoinjKiny. pany (! for sometime. The company, All tills lmn toltl upon our frleml, unit night and shuck it up, like, I'll show der the management of Capt. W. J. Kin-' ho hns a ureal ninny Krny biiirs on IiIh you." lie crawled up a few yanls into naild, has suspended on account of the! with nervous blows not therein the; the gloom and linH'ly bend, tlmt worn warm weather. earlier yeiiru of our iietiinint!ineo with at a superincumbent maxs. Soon, witli Miss Sallio Noel has accepted a posiliiui. Hut hu in Koniethinj:, it million a rumble, ax if the mountain were tum- tion us clerk for the popular firm of n bling down, the great, shining blocks of of inili-- hiRhq'r thiiu tlio imtiito anil We feel assured she will ix Hrewer. en- coal wuiie lounding out upon tho floor, ninnnKor of n Krent limine give entire satisfaction to the merchants and in the minutes he had half a ton of of the A lie N n terprise, and their customers, as she is quite a fawort; far moru thoroughly eonsecnitoil the "gems of the mountain" strewing vorite in our city. to hi Dl vino Muster than vwthleil to his the lire clay and ready for loading on To sum it up, Lancaster can boast of hon. james b. Mccreary. ..iirthlv iiiUinu. That In why wi aro tho empty car. Hut this magical result the following husines houses: Three was the outcome of pec kings innumerachiefly prowl of him, though wo uro drugstores, Iho dry goods houses, three The Faithful and Excellent Congressman to the world ble the day before, aided by tho blast-t- hat hardware establishments, live groceries, yliol that hoik'nioiiHtrnti-Again Nominated by His Party. minors call a "xhot" tho previous ohridtian can nlw ho n that n boot and xlioo houses, or rather three The convention to nominate a demolitwlnerw man. Somehow, the night. It wax all "xhuck up" and leady, clothing establishments, two confectioncratic camlidnte for Congress met in tho like a ripe pear, to drop at the llrst tlevll him mieeooileil in fohtlni; the Men eries, two butcher shops, two millinery Opera House at Danville Wednesday at touch. upon tho worltl Unit ."religion rut her establish0. 1). Chenault, of Madison, -' o'clock. "Don't you get lonesome, I'nclc Le- houses and six ii man (nrjlmilne. Amljtlie vi?" Marie impiired. "Oh, no, inarm; I ments, and wo must say tho professional Chairman of the District Committee, theory ha HOinehow obtained that the men are too numerous to mention. called the meeting to order and after hope aro Iwonipatible with never gits lonely in de bank." Wc felt The remains of Mrs. Sallio Cook, of stating tlio object called for nominations terrthtrial mirce in the lower railing. the power of his words. The man who Lincoln county, were interred in our for permanent oilleerx of the convention. Never a greater hluniler. Hut I can ea- could sing the "ongx of. ion" there, beautiful cemetery on Tuesday after George T. Farris, of Laurel, was nomisily coo why Satan has an intercut in and communo with his Savior in this noon. Sho was the mother of Mrs. l)r, nated for chairman and elected without circulating it. It in on n par with hi lie quiet of darkueax, where no xoundx but m. Huffman and Mr. Tine Cook, of a dissenting vote. On taking his seat those of his ringing and that to he a christian I to forego earthly pick were own voicea new his was of this place, and sho pro veil ever to them lie delivered a neat little speech of xpoeimon heard, pleasure, ami Ik content to k'et it all in ami to all w ho knew her best and loved thanks. J. H. Marrs, of the Danville thoynm hoim to us.. heaven: Well ho knows that thin will John told us Levi was one of the best her most a woman kind, tenderand true. Advocate, and F. C. Walton, of the Ln- inevitably rvpel the average human. men, a very consistent christian ami Of her it can lie said, she was a true mtioit .lont.vvi., were eleeteu secretaHow many winl thee two lien have universally 'respected hy his mates. That ''"i"ti"; fo motliur. a loving wife ries. A Committee on Credentials was ruined' Hut I am utruyiiig from the evening I noticed his grave, thoughtful turn .1 mint .nut iiiwiikiiimii iieiinior. thou selected with S. V. Itowlaud, of Glen Mary Coal Mine. She rests now from her labors, tho1 her Hoyle, Chairman, as follows. A. M. planned net- face at the meeting. He is a regular at- works will follow her. To the sorrow Port wood, of Anderson, W. K. Walker, Imntriue then a I hope I ran give him, in the work of main avenue, hMo ctrvotM ami tendant. gospel, a new and better liod, Who stricken ones we say, only strive earnest- (iiirrard; J. M. Cook, Lincoln; George alley, under protind, Huht into the full be will dearer to him in his toilsome life ly to imitate iter worthy example, ami M. Willging, Madison; J. H. Hliodis, mountaln'H hide. The prize it that dark beneath the ground, as the dajh go hv, then there will be a blessed reunion be- Mercei-- Harrison Hailey, Shelby; W. II. honm of very pure coal, three feet thick, yond the golden gitesjof that beauti- Anderson, Spencer; A. T. Audeison, that are all nights to him. mnooth lato nlovo, compact the clay Hockcastle. There was very little work There is something more pathetic, ev ful city. lKth almoit as Hiuooth the ceilL. F. Hubble, after a visit to the for this committee and the only icport I think of it, in this life in the ery time ing and lloor of your room. ,,as rciurnwi to nix auopt-b- made hy Chairman How land was that ,,,,K" ni "room" is thus It feet high, dark, whore the eve is so seldom greeted ' wI homv ,'""'' A miner' at IMimliurliaiii. H. M. (.rant the list of delegates presented by the (rod's blessed xiinliuht. To one w ho y IS feet wide and when IhiWicd and Hnilui: fairj week with friends in chairman of the several county commit-'.'00 shudders at the loom and hastens to re- to lie rcniiiiuletl to dextrin tlou, Miss Allie Hrown, afterapro- - tees would be accepted as the accredited radiance, it almost seems win the outer feel long. Ax hon as the co.il ix excavfliel"N I'orryville, ilelepites from their various counties. " next to blindness, to live this darkened tnulwl ated and removed, the props are knock-oi- l The ICoinmittee on Hesolutions, was life, in tin dicker of one little oil lamp, Liwroneoburg ami other points, lias re out and the "room" vanishes hy the turned home. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith is composed of George C. Cohen, Anderson; Ami nit ii" mil not infrentiontle. p nltnplo proec of celling nwl lb"" her daughter in Ureensburg. J. It. MoFerran, Ituyle; W.S. Miller, Garmine .es out," said Levi, Slate and lire clay are together. now tfnioyliiKthi. rard; S. S. Myers, Lincoln; C. D. Chento us inquiring "and if I've forgot tMiiw Jennie married now, which lie fore wore xopara-til- l ' delightful retreats of that fashionable ault, Madison; Joe Hell, Shelby; George !,..- - , . - I ln.i.. .Ion., on l.rtno n.m. . ..... ...... r ......... ' hy that inexorable xeiini of coal, partsummer resort, Dripping Springs. Miss- A. Vandyke, Spencer, and Hen Lee decree of fate. The twice; why, then, I have to feel my way es Mattie Heazley, Mamie Currey, Ada ing them like a Mercer. till I can find a mate. Once I went : feet out gnat mountain top xinks tmiittm Farra and Maud Uohinsou all attended After a short absence they returned ami all of de way out of de bank w idout any when the whole mine is exhausted, the Danville fair Tuesday, and J. It. and witli the follow jug resolutions which Ii lit, 'jesfeolin' along"' the excavator man goes oil' to the next were "(Mxxhhve Levi, "uiKXi-hvinarm; Miss Maggie Jennings and Misses Anna were read by Secretary Marrs and iteiik to lower it, Just xo far as it contains d Fannie Fnizee, and Jake Hobinson unanimously adopted by tliecoiivention. sir; Mr. ciarke," lu. what he wants. Wonderful creature is UnUiwJl mmyiIi Hi.soi.x tu 1. That we approve of the lnv.. liU ,.,. land John Kirlty on Wednesday. Miss according to thix, "rtubiluhiK all thing-,Mollie Douglass has returned to her manner in which this Convention was and never plover culled hv the Democratic Kxecutive the original grunt; hut slow lv and pain- forgets as a man and christian Kd Price is visit- Congreshis "inannoM" with him; and we honw ,lt Committee of this, now; n) crippled with sin and misfully Dan-- t sional District. came out of his room crouching in our ing his sister. Mrs. Dr. Grant, of ery is he. Yet xtill he reaches out after We heartily endor e tl e l om'nr-tio- n r. n iiiiam Sweeney, oi uweiw "carriages," with a new lesson uf this vml' ork, of Grover Cleveland, of New his "birthright" again, though In tut evi boro, is in our city visiting relatives womlmiis life we all live. and Allen G. Thurnian, of Ohio, for hour xold for "a mess of pottace." D. Hunlett has returned irom Goo. (iKo. O. Hi:m.. F.viT in Jesus. President and Vice Pn sldent of the r.ighteen feet front; : feet high; J00 Mix J. W. Held, of Hiistouville, I'nited Mutes, as made by the National miner'x feet back returning to the CRAB ORCHARD. Democratic Convention at St. Louis. is with her siter, Mi-- Carrie Woods. I!. That we approve and endorse the loom. Twelve feet wall lies between h platform adopted by said National ConFlection day was very quiet: it him and his next neighbor. This to MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. vention, and the tu'tion of the di niocnit-i- e proper supMrt; for you muxt not scarcely scented like election. inajotitv in the Lower House of ConAH quiet on Hrusli Creek. top is above, (Juite a iiumbei of our enthusiastic' forget that a mountain gress on tlio passage of the Mills Hill, will begin here which rodincs taxation, and here pleote Teachers' hearing down to crush the presumptu- deiiKH'rats have donned the Cleveland Monday, Llth iiist. our unswerving fealty to the principles manikins, boring and blasting ami Thurman hat. ous insect Mitchell Noiton and I'itmau on therein expressed. Mr. F. W. Dillion lias been sick for its "inwards." If you creep into a mi4. The record of our Representative, ner's room on hands and knees, or lying several weeks. Mr. Kb liiggiii is able their way home from tlie election, ex-t- o Hon. James H. McCreary, in tho Nationspell. changed shots as lon as their cartridges al councils, lias been Mich as to meet jri about au'aiii, after a real sick prone in a box truck, as we did, are -- Miss Alice ."stuart is teachim: school held out, when Hitman struck for the With the approval Of Ills constituents 111 pushed by frieudlv hands back to whole . fi'ol (01111(1 I mill tUo tills lliutrif't near Hev. W. T. H. White's and is great-- , timber, the strong man is handling his pick, llllll will DO lllllirueu reposed trilM II. C. Murrell was out fiom Louis- way of his apoiutcd exca- lv liked by all her patrons. of the witli that vigilance which lias always I'rof. artori and troupe failed to ville to seeM. J. Cook, who has been characterizeil him asa public eivant. vation; peepinglcautiously over the side Nomination-bein- p in onler Juiijro It. of vour "private car," loot you humb come last week, but they ate expected at very low. Mr. C. is some better. J. C. Johnson, of the lMiiladolphiaSTimos, is J. llreckimhlKe in tin eloquent ami well Wednesday. your head against the slato roof, by the C. i . springs We are hiving some very warm spending two weeks at Newcomb Hotel, timeil hpeech nominateil tlio Hon. .lames dim light of two or three gieasy little 15. McCio.iry. This motion had a numlamps, stuck on the hutx of our attend- weather indeed. A good shower fell on Misses Mollie Talbot and Jennie morning, but it does not ford, of Gum Sulphur, were visiting liere ber of seconds, which showed how uniants, wo discern a vacant xpaeu propped during the week. rfcot, in icgular seem to have cooled the air inui'h. versally popular Gov. McCreary is. at intervals of :i or Articles of incorporation have been Tlio following poisons fiom here at- by stout oak hticks, s than Mr. Hanison Hailev, of Shelby, then rows, and securely wedged atop to keep tended the Manford hop: Mioses Anna tiled with our county clerk by Cincinna-Fish- , suggested that Gov. McCrenry's noinini- hone Dillion, Jean and Maggie ti and 1'asteru parties under the name of tiou bo made by acclamation illEitC'ld of them upright. This the miner caiefully jiitends to us he goes, for his life may tie- - Ihichanaiiainl .Mcasis. .1. V. lhooks ami Kockcastlo Mineral, Oil anil Lumber Co. going through with it vote of the COIIll- :.,.. .... ...,1 .K,-The capital stock has been placet! at Sits. nM.I,, .. in men i.iivs... ..1..1, ...... n. iicntl upon it. This "upper and nether M. hiviniiston. .i.vii. ni.il linn Mi. (J. A. NnithoM, of Vinceiinert, $.500,000. Tlio principal place of busi- committee composed of Messsrs. H. .1. would crush life out miunler, Iml., who is visiting one of our pretty ness w ill bo at or near Livingston. lJreckinridge, W. S. Miller and Ben Lee if once allowed to meet. .Tones, the republican candidate for Hardin were appointed hy Chiirmau room we visited was knuwn as jiiils, is stoppiiiKatCrabOrchiitilSpriiitfs, The "Iajvi's room. ' Ho was aiiout ioti leei Miss ltenurepiril Stuart is visiting fiiemls sherili', only received 140 majority in- - Farris to wait upon Mr. McCreary and Danville ami attemliu the fair. stead of the usual UoO tottlX). Thodetno-crat- s eM'oit him from his hotel to tho convenin from Ids particular avenue No. 7, or were fairly organized nnd worked. tion. all are numbered working Messrs. Itobert (laincs and .lohn Poyle, The committee soon retained some other; g apback to his appointed 'J00; then of Slielbyville, weie the guests of Miss Tho republicans were not idle, but witli Gov. McCreary and patiently to burrow back to tho avenue; removing Lura Doores. Mrs. (ieorge Miller and fought hard. Tho democrats nre jubi- plause rent the hall as he came in. A the wall of - feet support as lie conies, children, of Winlleld, Kansas, are visit- lant over tho result of tho battle and speech of acceptance was then made nnd nfter a few moments of expressions of and proppinglwith his : feet supports in ing Mrs. ltrooks. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. claim the county for November. coal. Klnnairil, of Lexington, are the guests of George Nichols, a constable at gratitude, lie spoke touching the tariir :J feet rows as fast as he excavates and other important subjects. The task of knocking out props, i lied her sister, Miss Lizzie Iliatt. Misses Skaggs voting place, attempted to arrest harmonious boisterous man when Jell Nichols, n it Tho convention was as the speech as out, Is entrusted to picked Hettio McFall and Lula Stuart have reall Is cleaned of was democratic and men of full experience; for it is a work turned from it pleasant visit in the coun- brother, struck the otlicer in the breast Gov. McCreary literally worked the conOth- vention to blood heat so thoroughly fillof imiuii peril when unskillfully attempt- try to Miss Annie Singleton. Mrs. Jen- witli a knife. Damage was slight. nie White, of Somerset, spent several ers iiiterfcrred, Jeff was knocked down ed witli purely democratic doctrine was it. ed. sltoul-de- r Levi Is a Hue specimen of the colored days with Mr. Arch Carson. Mr. J. W. and had a knife thrust under his A writer in the New York Sun figures we lirooks is here mingling with old friends. blade, from w hieh he will likely dio. race. Ing before we saw him, that a national campaign costs about the wailing, Mr. C. A. Smithers nnd Miss Leila Party is under arrest. heard him, singing after 50,000,000. No serious trouble occurred at the fashion of his people. Doores paid n Hying visit to Lancaster A New York showman has contracted ArTho effect wus wonderful. The lonely, nnd .Stanford. Messrs. I). S. llinmau election here. Mat Pike and Jailer for 10,000 cats to bo given away a matiamong and A, K. Gibbons, of Danville, were nold had some trouble over voting 'a nee souvenira. hut musical voice reverberated recessed of his low- - registered at Crab Orchard Springs sev- man and came to blows. Pike fired one the Syrup of Figs shot, at Arnold, but did no damage. It temple; and tho weird cadences of eral days. ceiled crowd that has Is Nature's own true laxative. It is the was the most boisterous "a song without words" camolloatingout An Elegant Substitute gathered 011 our streets for many a day. moit easily taken, and the most Directive ..i i... ..t.rmtlv recesses with a melody all For olh, salt, pills, and all kindi of bitter, At 1 o'clock there were 100 men and remedy known to Cleanse tho System Us own. By and by we saw tho singer, nauseous medicines, U the very agreeable hoys on the etreet, more or less intoxi when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Heada very Cvclops, half lying on his side, liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figi. cated, attempting to fight, yelling and aches, Colds, and Fevers: to Cure Habithis left arm a pivot, resting in the curve by leading Physicians. Manu- acting like lunatics. A veritable howl ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. kneo joint; the musof his left leg, at the blows at factured only by the California Fig Syrup ing mob. Ily 7 o'clock they had dis Manufactured only by the California Fig cular right dealing quick, sharp making Company, San Francisco, Cal. pencil nnd quiet was once more re' Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. the lowest joint of tho coal seam, For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Hy, like a stored. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. the "slack" or coal splinters IS LOVE AN!) NOTHING ELSE. ' ' In-pho-gus fmK POWDER Absolutely Pure. 1hi powder neer varies. A marvel ol purity Urengih and whletomene'. More economical than the ordinary kind, and cannot be told In with the multitude of low tet, hort competition Sold only in weight alum or phosphate powder Kovai. HakINo Powder Co,, cant. 106 Wall Street, New York. MT VKHNOX.KV. Office next do8r to Whitehead' Dm Store. Special attention ghen to diteatet of children WOOD WALLACE, THE GERTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. 1hefaih!onofthe day In-line in the Gent"' Furniih. will alway be found In my ttore. I am agent tor the Indianapolii Steam t.aundry, the best Laundry in the world. coin-jifto- nt NEWCOMB HOTEL. eiiin-sTiv- 1 MT. VERNON, KY. This old and well-knoHotel Is still maintaining its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the triveling public. M. F. NEWCOMB, Prop, Sj-t- nl-h- o Mi. Vernon, Ky. firnt-elie- si llrt-el.si- LOUIS SOHLEGrEL, dross-makin- g I- PHOTOGRAPHER, RICHMONU Fra-nes ICY. celt-dia- l XAoiixitfcisi TifrTi fl it I Photographs in all st) les and sizes. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New de signs In and Mats at very low,prices. I havr 400 acres, more or let, of Mountain, Coal and TimbVr Lahdi that I will .ell at a bargain I hare a store mom to rent lor a furniture and hardware or tinner's establishment Thev:are good far 4jdas I'or further informa C W METCALK mati.i, write to CAPT. Harbours ille, Ky. 33 JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. First-clas- MCE FARM FOR SALE? cnuntv, at KcnvUnd, Mai in; bought . farm in Washington cuunty, I wish to sell the on which I iiok reside in Lincoln miles from Stanford, t Thoroujhly Renosated and Refurnished. s Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite Porters"of this Popular House. .07-t- f. can-full- Containing: 108 - Acres ! ivery, geed and gals iable, ; h, It lies on both sides of tne Crab Orchard pike and can be disided to suit pun turners. It Is under Kiioil fence, ell watered and in good repair II N VVAI'.K, Kuwland K 43 K. S WSKTtN v rea-,l- Albright & friends and customers of the change In firm nam'i LONDON', KY , The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repuGood turnouts and saddle horses always for hire old, but intends to make many imtation of the Is the most provements in the manufacture of tobacco which on reasonable terms Londonreach places convenin the will be to the interest of our customers. We will ient point on the railroad to to desote special attention to our Natural Leal in the mountain section of the State. brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking jou forpast fasori and asking for a continuation 01 Respectfully yours, sour trade, ue remain, MARTIN A PERKINS. 5.6m Ukodhed, K., Ma, iS5;. Martin be; ti inform their man; & ISO !l. FRRKINS jfMtSfitJBHto?C- - 4aittur llJsKfJ '. MARTIN PERKINS, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. 1 1 com-fo- Iju-kuy- Hai-di- n, MYEiRS 3BMDTE3L, THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. STANFORD, KY., . H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and well-knoHotel still maintains its high reputation, and its Proprietor Is determined that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in the State In its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to his 'Juests. ilaggage conveed to and from depot free of charge' Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. J II e good-bv- c .ood-bve ' (r'i. the-Figl- ith THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES '- -- -'. $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDIIILTOS' , Clii-cag- o. ING to rooms; s TURKISH A-- RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. miroar & daitis -- t R DAVIS DEALERS IS- - fur-nix- Gciicral Merchandise, ROWLAND, KY , In-tit- ' two-thir- u-i- 1 111 ' Hasejust opened a new stock of Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Hat, Cans, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Also dealers tn Notions arfd amity Groceries Coat Cofintrs produce taken in exchange for HiisiiiK been authorized by Mr C C V.inArs. goods at highest market price Come one, come dale, proprietor of Hustnnsllle Roller Mills, as his all, and learn tre advantages in trade acnt fur the purclusc of wheat ill this section of country, I call with confidence on nj old and tried friends uf the farming public to see mc before en 1871. 1888. razim? their croDs elsewhere, llasiinr been in the trade about twenty lenrs, I am familiar with I feel warranted, therefore, in the the business ill he lble to facilitate the hat dett of sour crops to the adsamage of all con- tran.ter ccrned J 11 ORLEN jj To the Farmers of West Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. 1 lo-d- ,,., Is Lebanon Planing Mill, J t, H JUilRo died on the 4th d.i W Al 1LJJ. i Craw-Wednesd- le-- cord-woo- ' 1'eston I'mbrte, a rcsldmt of Stiiifard, Ks , of.MiN, iSSS, leasing considerable estate for distribution anion; his heirs. The decedent had three sisters, Klizuheth, Mary and Dully, who left this county about the c.ir iSp Klizabeth nnd Mary when last heard of were llv-iI! in this State and in that portion known as ' 'I he I'urchnse " Dolly when last heard of was a resident of Kansas Anv person hasincanv In- formation as to the present residence of the abosc n tmeil narfieg nr their heirs, will nleitte write In meat Sttnford, Lincoln counts- Ky n -- A. OFFUTT, Proprietor, LEBANON, KY. I " - - mill-stone- LOITID 5c OO., Doors, Sash, Illinds, Frames, Casing, Itase Moldings Mantles, Brackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, llalusters, Verandas, Store Fronts, shelving, Shingles, Laths, Counters, Hoon.ig, Siding, Rough nnd Dressed Lumber, Send for prices before bu) ing elsew here, McKlNNEV, KV. For Drugs, Medicines, the famous Ssrup ot Figs and to get sour prescriptions promptly and correctly ruled at all hours, and to get )our Staple Groceries, fine Cigars, Toilit Articles, &c , gu to LoulS. Co, McKiiinc) Dr J A WILLIAMS will attend to ntirdrug department; nlso attend to the ss ants of the sick, night or day, In town or countrs 30 TO THE btotxce CITIZENS x OF LINCOLN COUNTY. i- -i lou-in- 11 Having recently equipped a Tine Roller Mill in the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of Hour, we think the alliens oi the county should have county pride enough to palronire and sustain the same 'c wish to Inform whom it may concern that we are In the market to buy your wheat and corn and will always gise the highest market price for same. We hate 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 milt We solicit a trial in our flour and in this vicinity meal departmeut All having grain in our line for sale will please call at the Mill, where our agent wilt be found at all times, who will give the best prices for same, llran and shipstuft always in stock. W. N. POTTS, Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co i)i tf THE FLORENCE I CREAM 1 I 1 ' WASHING MACHINE I have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish 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 jouaro fully satisfied as to Its merits. 1 he undersigned have purchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding bur testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in every particular, doing all that is claimed for it: Wm. Daugherty, J. W. Wallace, Dr. Bourne, MrsS P Salter. A. C. Sine, Bill Perkins, Lewis Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. L, Dawson, C. Vanoy, manv-nillure- d 1 tog LEXINGTOKT.KY. Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holtt-claC. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Kalnes, R. E. Uarrow, A M. Keland and many others. Headquarters at S. S. Myers' store. M.F. ELKIN. w ,.' (tft'" "' i",i"i"Mri'gv' i" , ny. tw" yTjr1" "? yi IMWlll kMMMWNMf iyw ' li l: U 5?. day, the purse- of $250, IMnlmito class, KEflS CONDENSED. Tub linmlsbinu compliment of n' third was won by Boetpiu Bonita, by Interior Journal nomination for Congress was unanimousTi'onias'M. Ford hung himself at Humbtetouiau; time 2:117, '2:'M, 2::itl. ly conferred on (.Sow James 1. McCreary his honiu in Madisomfwithout assigning The 2:!tt class; $250, McAlister, by at D.mvilU Wednesday, tin particulars cause. Black's Hamlltoniair, time 2:117, '.V), Stanford, Ky , Auoiw 10. 1888 of which are given in another column.The date of the meeting of the OrSidiHgH, Ccillnjr, Fliilsliliijr No man has served his constituency bet- phan Brigade has been changed to Sep- 2::t.'l. Second day, stake for olds, added money $75; MambrinO Snsli, terorhis countrv more than he, a fact tember 2(1. by Von Bisniark, dam by Edge-watdemowhich is duly appreciated by the V. P. WALTON. The Ueorgia democrats renominated Etc. time 2:118, 2::io, '2:'M. Purse for crats of the Sth district, who havu given Governor Uordon ami a full ticket by 2:110 class Henry C., by Mambrino TransA. C. SINE, him his last two nominations without acclamation. Tin: slinking np tlint the tlemocrncy opposition in his own party and elected port, dam by Stockbridge Chief; time A convention of the Union Ijdinr pot last August, on account of its npnthy, him by overwhelming majorities over 2:421, 2:42, 2:30. lMly whatever that is, s called to meet I Iarrison Shelby and Jacob Warren teems to have linil n hcneflcinl result at any opposition mat me rvpnunnms . )lt Newport Sent. A tlio election Monday, for the news from have put up. mat ne win do iceiccieu have a case each before tho police court The labor vote in Kenton and Camp all over the State is of the u;ost gratify- is one of the absolutely certain political to be tried the former charged bell fell from 5.00J for Thobe to less y with carrying concealed deadly weajKins ing nature, the democrats winning and it will be the subject of con- than 1,000 Monday. events, everywhere that any contest was gratulation both to the State ami country and Jacob with a breach of thu peace. A. 11. Stivers, marshal of Sicphens-port- , made. Our neighbor, Itoyle, seems to at large. The cases grew out of the fact that both was killed in attempting to arrest deserve the warmest congratulation. of them worked for the democracy on some drunken men. Bailey sheriff by .'lltl ma(.ik.v. Siikkiimn's body had hardly She election day; both are colored. It is esFully ten persons have been killed jority oyer Tunis, rep., notwithstanding cooled before Senator Farwell introduced timated that 150 negroes voted that day in Kentucky this week. Election rows (5 majoriwith the democrats. the county went republican by a bill to pension his widow at $5,000 a to bite the dust. of ty a year ago. Bully for Boyle's boys in year. This jwitty record maker's haste caused most them George Parks, Rousaw Phillips, Arch Tho State Federation of Trades at the trenches. In Madison Bales was was to get tho bulge on the boys, who meeting, Cook, Henry Carpenter, Eh Hays, at their annual elected sheriff over his republican oppo- are up to all tho tricks to catch tho sol- Indjanapolis We are overstockedgand WILL sell them. During an ene- Spencer Holmes, Josh Knox, all negroes, gain of nearly 400 over dier vote. But why Gen. Sheridan's Tuesday, denounced Harrison or nent by 523, a and all living about Parksville, were put my of laixr. in jail Wednesday evening, charged with last August. The county will give widow should get any more than any A boy named Jackson Moore was 1,000 majority in November. other widow, when her husband died abusing Nat Crockett, an old negro who y a rattlesnake killed in Arkansas Moteley, dein. nominee, beat tho rads, from natural causes, not brought on by didn't want to vote. They are said to which measured four feet nine inches mugwumps nnd the devil generally by tho war, we are not able to tell. have gone to Crockett's house and to and had eighteen rattles. a majority of 19 in Jessamine and the have driven him to the k11s and were The Prices will beReduced to within the:;reach of all. Our entire 5 The unprecedented number of SiiEniFr"Ror.isn, of, Fayette, went all democracy is in the highest kind of stockloftOlothin?, consistintfof light, medium and about to make him vote anyhow, when bills have so fur been introduced in feather. Mercer, which went republi- the way to Arizona nnd captured Tom some white men interferred for the old heavy weights, will against 11,20(1 for can by 216 majority last August, elects Waltz, the nrgrw who biutally murdered the House this session, man's protection. the two sessions of the last Congress. .Smith, democratic candidate for sheriff, Lee Sjnlth, white, and reaching 'home H. C. Arnold, of Nicholasville, went HUBBLE. magis- the day of the election, an admiring conby over 800, while democratic him by a majority of to Laramie City, Wyoming, and celeand constables are elected all over stituency trates Bro. Montgomery u ill preach at the immediately killing the county. There was no contest in over 1,500. Waltz had joined the army brated his arrival by forgot ho had left here on the 2d Sunday in And in no event willany profit beadded and many lots will be sold (iarrard and T. 11. Robinson was elected and was waltzing around after the Indi- a man. II evidently August. at HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Oost Sale , to succeed himself. Bockcastle's usual ans. He will now likely danco a diffi- Kentucky. The colored people will hold a fair . mid-aiJohn S. Wie is to leave Virginia for and in the Clothing Department only. republican majority of .100 was reduced cult figure and will do it in in Robinson's woods, near here, August New York, thus leaving Mahono again to 04. Laurel alone is joined to her idols, 21 and 25. but the rads have nothing to brag of Junoc Bi'sii, who was apoinfed for the undisputed boss of liis party in that F. Rigney lias taken the contract for the purpose, has collected $10,:W8.ti7 of SUite, which is as sure almost for Cleve- keeping up the Rush Branch pike, ex No even there. In Whitley county the republican can- the Tate I. O. Vs. and has turned the land as Kentucky. the bridge, for $100 this year. John Boyle, son of John Boyle, de- cept didate for sheriff only has 150 majority amount into the treasury. This is doing Mary and Allio Hubble are expected Ten per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. Boyle ik against Finley's 1,400 in November 18S(. pretty well. Let him continue to prose- ceased, formerly of the firm of homo Friday. MissGilviu isat Carlisle. Roach, Cincinnati, was shot and instantChristian county, heretofore republican, cute liis good work. It is believed at Mr. Ed White is making a success in BRT7C3C elects a democratic sheriff by over 500. Frankfort that a sufficient amount of ly killed at Fayettoville, O., by a saloon training and breaking horses. G. T. Judge McPherson was elected common these and other claims will Ik; collected keeper named Gavcy. Ijiusoii, our worthy peddler, lias moved The Cannon H.ill train on tho Cinpleas judge by a smaller majority. The to reduce the shortage to $150,000. to Preachersville to take charge of a toll cinnati Southern was derailed 10 miles only thing the rads have to brag on gate. Tiik Goose who ran against Sheriff below Somerset by the track slipping 8 there is the election of a negro constable It. L. Hubble bought 50 head of catClark in Jefferson couutyand Louisville, inches. Several cars were smashed, but over a white democrat. tle of a Clinton county man for :t and Hi of being elected. nolxxly seriously hurt. Flour-Ilar-re- ls Good Molasses-- Sugar- Kotill county is usually quite close, came within S,000 votes The wife of dipt. Bites, the Ken- (cents. Judge Ycakey says, "All acc'ts. The negroes voted for him because but after a hot contest she elected a demdue w hen wheat is sold." Joe Perri- R. ocratic sheriff by over 200, and Owsley Clark hung Patterson and but for that tucky giant, died in Ohio Tuesday. She m. in and George Owsley sold their oats 7 feet 1) inches and he is 8 feet tall. county, which generally goes from 400 he would not have been known in the was for:!.')'. Reed Cox sold of They have been on exhibition in muse- to R. L. Hubble to 500 republican, also elected a demo- race. Harry N. is evidently as much a mule $Ut(). Hubble sold Beecher, Jr., a goose in nature as he is in name. The ums for a number of years. crat by 150. to W. C. Allen, of .Clinton for $700. A Woman living near Norfolk, Va., office is worth $15,000 a year. clIn Kenton county, where the labor About all the w heat here is sold at 70 ICE CKEAM FREEZERS in drinking out of a swallowed u tadpole ement and the republicans claimed that A1republicans', after adopt- branch several months ago and after and 75 cents. Tiik Indiana they would increase the majority receiving a platform of high bounding but spe- great suffering it was dislodged from her Lancaster. ed by Thobe, the democratic candidate cious promises, nominated Gen. Hovey stomach this week a half grown frog. rilOM orit IIKOt'l.Mt COIlUK.M'ONIKNT. for sheriff gets more votes than both canfor governor on tho first ballot. Gov. At Chang Chong, China, there have B. F. Robinson shipped a of didates put together, while tho demoPorter &tuck to his decision not to ac- been 3,000 deaths from Cholera in lU) cues from the city and sold them to crats capture the other ofllces. Returns under any circuin- days, and at Bira, Japan, 400 persons nnd J. i, Kemper and James Herring, district cept the nomination Jr., from other portions of Carlisle R. WALTON'S. hence the selection of tins com- - 30 bouses have been buried in sand and for . 1. ...!... !., ...Ml rV,.-- l HUH"-'".n.,,l r per head. ' ,. and much less pop- - ashes thrown out by the volcano of Mt. parativelv unknown The Garrard democrats are highly gress by his former majority of i ular individual. . Iwahassi. vcr gratified at the result of the recent (dec- ELEGANT CUEEN TEA The Senate has passed the linl to tj0. Verilv C evelaud will eurrv thu The republicans predicted that the un- - j Tijj hono wm. ubonreTen in the . the T. R. WALTON'S. Chinese laborers coming seating of their member in the leg.sla- - vm..ous loca, m tlu Huto prohibitStates. Had Harrison had tovote State by 50,0u) majority. a United would burst the democratic party Mom, While at French Lick Springs lat turo 0vvcn romaina (lry by w, wide open in Greenup, but it doesn 1 Wooi,fon, ivilj, thl, wct8 14 IIU1jrity; he would have recorded it against the week I met a number of democrats, and NICE CALIFORNIA ICANNED FRUITS . bill, if recent events have not changed all were confident that tho State would seem to have done it. The democratic IBton ,ikewIse Wt,IIt wot by over go solidly for Cleveland and Thtirmau. maioritv there is oOO and over. In Jin- - 500; Millersburg precinct, Bourbon, gave his mind. T. R. WALTON'S. Cardinal Gibbons will officiate at sou there is a democratic gain of 1,000, a dry majority of 57, against 125 two Every member of tho democratic at county committee is requested to meet the democratic candidate having receiv- years ago; Junction City's wet majority Gen. .Sheridan's funeral Washington, after which the famous at R. H. Tomliiison's office on Monday, & ed 1,182 majority. The republicans are W), and so on. Wax naturally dumbfounded. soldier will be buried with military hon- August 27, at 3 o'clock v. m. Business T. It. WALTON'S. Even Casey comes to the front with Wk are sorry for the editor of the Lou- ors in the National cemetery at Arling- of iinN)rtance. an increased democratic majority. Judge isville Post. In the anguish of his soul ton Heights. Clayton Arnold, son of Thompson Near Barbourville, Saturday, one Arnold, has accepted a position in J. Boyle Stone writes us that Win. My- he exclaims: "Our local elections are FOR SALE ! Poers was elected sheriff over George becoming altogether too pure. After 10 Mostly stabbed his brother-in-law- , He recently graduated from the nfty.une A r ami, infiljr in gran, with Drye, republican, by over 100, notwith- o'clock yesterday morning it was impos- sey, three times to the heart, killing Bryant fc Stratum Busiucsi College, of tmnll houtc on u, t mile n Crab Orchard hit 's greathouse that city. W. T. Burilett, writing from standing the rads put forth their sible to obtain even as much as a dime him. They quarreled at I R WWI.JON Trmtay. est efforts. The picnics and the speak- for one's suffrage." Poor fellow, we over Mostly's horse breaking in upon Omaha, says he has sumcd a oxitiou Posey's out stack. Mostly was lodged there as ings went for naught. In Mason coun- wish him better luck next time. and stenographer FOR in jail, but escaped. ty the rads likewise made a terrific in a wholesale millinery house. Mr. will rent the heme at a If above net kIi) The Owcnsboro Messenger contains a Miss Daisy Judd, of Nashville, for- Jones, of Texas, is visiting his daughter, struggle, but were snowed under by re.twtable figure. T K WAI.TON. Fayette elects Rogers, good likeness of Col. E. Polk Johnson, merly of Kvansville, shot and killed her- Mrs. W. I. Fowle, of Iincaster. Miss 1,000 majority. self at New Middleton, Tenn., Monday Lillie Dale, of Shelbyville, is teaching dem. by 1,500 majority. But why con- managing editerof the president of the K. night. She was to have been mar- school at the Mason school-houstinue tho glorious recital? It is the and the in acried to an Kvansville gentleman in a few this county. Kline way all over the Suite and the re- P. A. The sketch of his life, which companies the cut. and the tribute to weeks, and perhaps she did not want to sult is but an earnest of what the DRIPPING SPRINGS. can and will do in November, his genius, are even moie faithful than return to the Indiana town. new HuntingCleveland will restore the majority the likeness, Can boast of the finest water in the when The first span on the bridge at Cincinnati is finished and world, the most prosperous season, the to 50,000. which ton Ir Gen. Bradley thinks at all, of is 400 feet long. Tho bridge is 75 feet high oldest couple ill tho U. S., the most popThe news of tho death of dipt. Wal- there is much natural doubt, lie evident! to the top. The part ular actress, the most eloquent poetical from the road-belace Gruelle, which occurred suddenly ly thinks, after Monthly's election, "I am used for the railroad is !!0 feet wide and reader, as well as the most graceful at Indianapolis Monday night of inflam- not such a h of ainan as I imagined. will contain a double track, on each side dancer, (ask Judge Denny about the two mation of the bladder, will cause a pang On the contrary, a very small potato, of which is a wagon road 12 feet 0 inches last) and the only young lady who was Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, of sorrow in tho breast of everyone who with few in a hill, more appropriately wide, and a side walk 5 feet 0 inches never in lovo and she is such an a Duraknew his sterling worth and lovable describes me as a factor in Kentucky wide. the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over ble creature that even the Cars will qualities. He was born in Kentucky 57 politics!" CiiKKiu.Mi news comes from all parts leave the track and come down here to years ago and up till a few months ago of the 11th district, especially from Bar- accommodate her; also of 78 arrivals yesTheiik are now 501,800 pensioners on made it his home, following at various ren, which promises to givo Gen. terday 28 )eoplo and 50 dogs (fox points and in a most earnest way the the rolls and they are gaining at the 1,500 majority. Editor J. M. Rich- hounds.) Another party will arrive Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the commenced as city rate of 5.000 a month, .'since tlio war profession which he better ardson, of the Times, writes us that the from editor of the Louisville Courier when the government has disbursed over ten democracy is thoroughly uroused to the 12 Iiuisville and lchanou Friday and grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the ladies are to come from Hustonville Prentice edited it. Recently he went to hundred thousand millions of dollars in importance of defeating Finley and they Tuesday. Dripping Springs will keep trade. Come and see our goods before pensions. Patriotism, or what goes for Indianapolis and taking charge of the making your selections. are going to do it. open this season until October to accomRecord was doing yeoman servico it, is well paid tor in this beautiful land modate all those who could not get You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. for the cause of democracy when death of ours. rooms hero and those who were here catno so unawaree. His loss will be felt Mrs. Kincaid, widow of the late W. early and expressed a desire to make When Herbert F. Alkerson, of Louis. politically as it will bo deplored privateThursday, qualified another visit in September. About the ville, told his sweetheart how dearly he G. Kincaid, ly by all who knew him. MRS. J. F. WEAKEN, PROPRIETOR. loved her, she flippantly remarked, "Oh, as the administratrix of the estate of her last of August or the 1st of September This was too deceased husband. you make mo so tired." will be a free excursion train run there Feriiy Bklmont and Ira Davenport, a so Dr. J. C. Bogle has been confined to from Lebanon Junction and Stanford to democrat and a republican Congressman much for Herbert's sensitive nature, good long his liomo for several days with a slight Dripping Springs, piovided the crowd from New York, have been in theirseats ho wentlioine and gave her a rest by taking poison. attack of fever. Hon. M. J. Durham re- should thin down so I ean give them just six days each in the last six months. rooms. There will be no charge for con turned to Washington Tuesday. Col. W. veyance Gov. McCreary lias had to tako thu cars tlio rate ..at Jl'ixie I'livoa, who was reelected to the M. Hull and wife, of Louisville, are the .1... I.A...1 on Ml I.. or ..!..! .. nneiand i wiu iiun-- i place of the former as chairman of the bench of the Court of Appeals Monday, ni un viuj'ci jiur (inv lor llie "comniitteu on foreign affairs, but it mat- has held office since lSiW, and lias each guests of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Yerkes. excursionists. Due notice will "be given. We have a dance every night and evMrs. W. R. Robinson and daughter, Miss ters not to'tho public at large if the erybody dances except the preachers timo been elected without opposition. A Annie, of Ijincaster, and Miss Mary An- mid they look on and want to; as I write place is not filled at ail. higher compli ment could not be paid to derson, of this place, left Wednesday for the sound of tho music from tho ballFisk and Brooks are the first to writu his wortii as a ifiim and standing as a n visit to Mrs. W. T. Read, of Gallatin, room, tho having of the hounds in the letteis accepting their nominations. jurist. Tenn. Mr. W. I). Scriigham, of Ivoxing-ton- , fox chase nnd the falling water from that "grand old spring that drips and drips" nothing new or specially imporis in town taking in the fair. There is are all commingled togetherundaru waftIt is said that FInley declines to meet tant in either, though both show an Gen. Volford on the stump. Tliisshows The fair for the Hint two days has ed by the gentle summer zephyrs to my CEHTEHHIHLEXPOSinOH-OHIO earnestness worthy of better success both sense and discretion. Perhaps he been more largely attended than usual. care and all combined make so grand a concert that I can not icsist the temptathan they will achieve. has had a conference1 with Col. Swope On Wednesday u big crowd came on an tion to join in the dance us thev me GRAND JUBILEE the Settlement of the Northwisttrn Tirritory, excursion over tho Louisville Southori). Respt. Mai. Gk.veuai. StnonEi.i) succeeds to and been informed that fooling with a Col. Bennett II. Young was tho chape- now calling me, so good-byD, G. Si,Af(iiiTi:i:. is a bad undertaking. tlio command oftho armies of tho U. S., buzz-wiP. S. There are (15 visitoi here now. ron and ho watched over them all with to appoint unless tho President chooses All cottages are full for two Ai.aii.uia went almost solidly demo- great care. The splendid trotting track Ten vacant rooms for hoarders. weeks. IIHMMI s. Come either of tho otliofTwo major generals. cratic. Gov. Seny's majority is over- and comfortable quuitcrs for at once. The Crab Orchard people lire Blaise's ship had not been sighted at whelming and tho legislature elected is have added greatly to tho attractions of especially invited to the ball Saturday D. G. S. tho fair tlio present year. On tho first night. ALL. last accounts and the jamboreo still waits. Jive to onu of tho same faith. Semi-Weekly Ma-cy- 's 1 two-yea- rBis-mar- k, er, mSFOED PLMIEG MILL CO. Flooring,; Superintendent. Lumber, Mouldings, Hrncltcts, Scroll Work, Frames, Doors, minds, Veranda Work, , to-da- y, hand-tomel- C)lJ0THINGo Mc-Crea- ry JULY AND AUGUST MARKED 10,-70- BE SOLD AT ACTUAL COST school-hous- e r. Goods Charged; Cash in Every instance. 4 4 MoROBEBTS, Stanford. and and Clean I , for Sale Cheap. T. Walton. - T. R. WALTON'S. T. car-loa- d Extracts for Ice Cream l. av.i . i Fruit Jars Sealing Iajii-isvill- e. ( I Po-ey- book-keep- RENT! ! I Courier-Journa- l, much-love- d e, feni-ocra- 1 d BUGGIES, CARRIAGES 1 Wol-for- d bor to-da- y, GEO. WEARENT, KOLNTG'R. Cincinnati Crating . i JM,Y4a,io lat-tir- 's VflLLEY e. UJNUllr'ASSKP DISPLAY. spot-tutor- s EXCURSION RATES FROtt3 iiumii lOinrrcTCifl POINTS. V 1.1- - &,- - ri - " .. ,.M.. " 1 JLfciw iuMiwuim W . .&;. . . "' i?" ' 'Yrmm -t-- ' "'"-"-y"- ri-"i'-- ' riri.riinMOTiinJi.inAi ,m.h n,i,r.nr. . ii.mnu, nt,i r,...,n ,. nwkTaiiM m M t,..,iw.(r.lMii.i..,rflWWWTUlfrfifcH:a-,fr- !rtj-4-'- - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal dub, Manager i.c. WALTON, Stanford, Ky., AuausT 10, 1888 coriYHpomlunt. Am now prepared to (tend packages to visiting Kldur any plncu in tlio United .States by tlio Jolm lk'll (ilbson. United States express line. Packages Mit- - Lou .1. Grant Iiiih our tlinnkH (or billed through to tlcut nation, Charges fitrninlii:iK tlio I'inciiHti.'r news in nicu very low. A. T. Xunnelley. Htylu during tlie abM'iU'u o( our regular TitoK, Mark Coi.i.if, of tlio Kentucky Univurtiity, Ixinton, is Beauty Is desired and admired by nil. Among tho things which mny luit bo ilono to onlmiito personal beauty Is tlio dally uso ot Aycr's Hair Vigor. No matter wliut tlio color of tlio linlr,tlils preparation gives It a bistro nnd pliancy that adds grently to Its clinnn. Should tlio Imlr bo tliln, harsh, dry, or turning gray, I NEW! NEW! NEW I A CARD TO THE DEATH'S DOINGS. PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. J 7 Publtshod Bvory Tuoeday and Friday AT SM I'IGU YJCVlt,IX ADVANCW not o TWhtn uiJ $a CO will le charged. LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. .11 Mail train going North South ..i jipni train " South .njjpm ...j 17 am North.... l.o.al freight North ,..6oim 6 45 P in Sout- hThe latter trains alo carry paitcngcrt. 1 he above I catculatctl on tundard time. Solar lime It about 10 nilnum fatter. )ipm Iirt K. C. LOCAL TIME CAM. m Tralnt leavr Rowland at 5 jj a tul return at 6 p m am) 6.40 p m MEAJW and 7 o a m IUSINEIS. v . ' w " 1 K I lfe A private dispatch brings informa tiou of thu death of Mrs. Mary Logan at the residence of her lie v. Jos. Coldwell, in Kliznticthtown, last night, aged 70 years. Tho remains will 1h brought to this city on tlio noon train and buried in Cave Hill Cemetery. The deceased wns u native of jut Gorntrd county and lived for tunny years at Ijincaster ami Stanford. She hail Im'cii a widow for !!0 years and leaves four daughters Mrs. Coldwell, of and Misses Mary, Snmantha and Itettie Iigan, of this city. She wits .. II. H.mm:y, of lA'xiugton, is vinit-in- stock. an almost memler of the Preshis parents here. Pkiixox, having express packages for byterian Church nnd was universally beMas L. II. Uamxky is vihiting the the It. AC KxprcsB will please leave loved for her gentlo christian virtues. family of Mr. W. I. Ihtmr-ey- . Ixiuisville Times, 7th. them at my otllcu or hang out the paste MhwisiJimnik and Dovik Caiiix.ntkk lronrd siuns I have furnished them. A. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. are visiting friends at Danville. T. Xunnelley, Agent. Mit. a.vi Mii. (J, C. of Mercer County Fair at Harrods IUnk Stmk. It. II. Courtney, bankarc visiting relatives hero. er nnd broker, U'xlngtou, Ky., has for burg, Ky., Tuesday, Aug. 7. Miuxks MahV and Lnn Witiiiiow, of J. M. Hail iKiught in the Woodstock sale some First National Hank, Stanford, ore vWtinir nt Mr. A. M. o ncighlorhood 'A' mule colts nt $45. Ky. stock. Persons deMring to land's. L. I.. Dawson sold to McCormaek will lind it greatly to their interest Dit. It. M. Nt nm:i.i.i.v and sou, Jih1, of Pros. U7 breeding ewes at $' cr head. It to write to him. Winchester, nrv visiting Mr. P. P. Nun- A. C. Ilobinson has Irought quite n democrats, Thihi: nclley. number of feeding cattle at from $:t.:t0 to Neuton J.; W. M., C. V. and T..I. Smith, ft.'K). Mis Mattii: Paxto.v went to illi! to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mary give notice that they will apply to the Wild West Show nt thu Mercer court to change their voting place from Logan. County Fair each day. Don't fail to atHighland to Turnersvillc. The former Mis I.nrrn: Hki.m returned from tend. is too much rad. for them. Wcdncrxlay an uxxirt P. P. Nunnelley bought of Harrison Piii:mdi:nt.J uimin, the originator of Itaker a fine gelding for $150 and a pair Mis Km mi C. Sauiuiv is visiting the colored fairs, will hold one auain this of mules for $".t R). family of her undo. Mr. (.'Iiriwiiinn, at A. T. Xunnelley lsiught of Henry year near Morcland, Aug. iM and 'Si. He Danville. steers hits a big premium list nnd wants every- Catron 18 head of Iaiul Mil-- . Ja.vi:, widow of .louathau .Miumn, nt It cents er ound. body ti come and sec how tin- "old hits been granted the widow's Foil S.w.L. Four nice Jersey heifers who has no liook laming in run urrear of h'Iimoii, and calves. No. both in color ami things." Misi:s .Iii.smi: imi Mmiii: Waiikkx lit. form. K. II. Ituruside. Tin: Advocate is giving its jmtrons the are iitius;nt their uncle's, Mr. William ituuniug and Trotting itaces each most creditable fair daily this week that Warren, .it Danville. day at the Mercer County Fair. Don't Don Wiiiti: is engaged in the express has ever been issued in Kentucky. It is forget the date, Aug. 7. and is ImMnrM at Iliitrixlhburg and will likely the full sir.e of the The Hiiirodsburg and Richmond chock full of neatly displayed "ads."and kkiii bwunio a liiesM'iiger. fairs conllict next week, but thcre'sstock Mits. W. P. Wu.ton and Mi km Annie meaty reading matter. The Advocate is and people enough for both. Alcorn and Kiln lrn Vaiighan went to hard to head in auvtliing it undertakes - The Iuiisvillo cotton mill Itought Crab Orchanl Springs yesterday to spend Tin: onlv business besides a few lidu- - the first Georgia bale brought to tlu? marweek or two. clary settlements trnnwictetl by the ket at 14 cents, after lively bidding. Mitt. ItoncitT .McAi.i.ti:ii tok the See the comju'titive lleef Cattle county court Monday was the ndmission on embroidery in the jadics' ex- of Stpiirt W. M. Gatnett'n will to pro- Kingsat tho Mercer County Fair, Aug. hibit at the Danvillo fair. Tliuiv were bate. It was made Oct. Ill, 1878 ami 14th, four days. $100 to the best herd. iiulte '11 number tif contestants in the gives nil his property absolutely to his L. M. Ijisley, our townsman, who ting. wife, Mrs. Mary A. (.iarnctt, who is ap- knows more about horses than anybody, M:mim Ida nd May Adams and Mrs. to execute it without security. edits a Kentucky column in tho San Chnrhis Turner and little tlaughter, of pointed Slie wnsdown witii Mr. and Mrs. D. It. Francisco Itreeder ami Sportsman. Louisville, now visiting the Misses AdJoel Kmbry took his mare and colt Kdmiston and tpialitled. ams, at Mt. Vernon, paid Stanford a to the Danville fair Tuesday and came isit yesterday. A nTiti:it lldiy story comes front the back witii the blue ribbon on both of Mas. Hmi.ky, the hnndsomo wife of jail. Alvis Turner, who is coullncd them. S. II. Ilauglimau got the blue the dipt. .1. II. Diiiley, now of the Chesa- ' there without bail for murder commit- Nime day on a stallion and the red on a peake it Ohio, and pretty little Clam, are ted in Itell county, says he lias sold by tllly. visiting friends here. They are living in letter to an Knglish cempany 40t) acres of The cattle market in Cincinnati conLexluington now. land near Cuinberlaml Gaj for $.)0,(KX), tinues weak, with best shippers at 5; Mil. J. It. Hiiiiii.vn of Stanford, is and T. .1. Henilcrvm, from the same other grades run from 11 to 4J. Hogs plastering Mr. It. ltiirnett's now house county, also charged with murder, says are in moderate demand at 5J to 0.70. on College street. Mr. II. is one of the he sold his place adjoining for 10,000. Sheep are linn at - to 4J and lambs best mechanics anywhere in the State. . .1. scarce at !i to (t. 40. Would Hkatkuh. Superintendent Winchester Sun. Miss Doi.uk Williams, the accom- C. King sends us n couple of cabbage A Letter Erom the Oldest Couple In the U. S. plished little musician, who is to have from the Crab Orchard Springs garden, To the Kclitor Interior Journ.0 ) charge of the music department of Stan- which is run by Iiuie Fischer, of Krfnt, n DitiiTiMi Spmxux, August 7, 1888. ford College next session, is visiting her (J'Tiuany, which lay tho one ltrer. muU us in the shnde. The variety Myself and wife havo been here four sNtcr, Mrs. I.. F. Hull'man. When we left home we .IriKu; Alcoii.v, who came from Im-do- is the luirly Flat Dutch and ono weighs weeks Wednesday, rejM)rts Hon. J. A. Craft - pounds and the other 18. The latter were both . very feeble, with but littlo somewhat better. His disease It) typhoid measured It feet 8 inches across tlio top appetite. My wifo was bedfast all the walk fever, tlio same of which his wifo died. ' from edge of leaves and around the edge month of March and could not For years I havo .Mrs. M. T. Craft's case tlid not develop of same just 11 feet. Mr. King adds that without assistance. they have had some even larger, hut fallen oil in the summer about 10 pounds into it nnd she Is much improved.. Mn. Josiica Stoxk, clerk in the (Ith thought nothing of it till the Dickorsou and last hummer was reduced to 150 auditor's ofllce, Washington, is at home head showed up. It is the ground, lie pounds, but since here I havo increased imon n furlough nnd called to see us Wed- thinks, and if anybody wants to raise nnd now weigh 170, and my wife hns some like them he has only to buy a lot proved inoro than 1 have. There are sevnesday. He is looking well and is deeral varieties of water, but we have used lighted with the Capital, where ho near C. O. chalybeate as n tonionnd spends hia days working for the governTin: ollieiul returns of the election in principally the apjR'tizer ami wo both havo improved ment nml nights studying medicine, this county as certified by Judge in strength ami appetite. 1 which profession lie will adopt. Hu got County Clerk (5. It. Cooper and wonderfully wa back in time to help elect Myers by a Sherill" T. I). New land is ns follows: can with confidence recommend the ter to all feeble, dyspeptic persons. The good majority in Casey. l'ryor for appellate, judge received is supplied with almost every arti 'Mit. Mauk JIaiumn and wifk left" XowlandforsherilN.OO:!. In the Stan- tablo do of food in abundance and well cook to make their home in Louisrillc, ford precinct ltolar for constable receiv- 17 U'ul. ed, and in fact the only objection one he having accepted a position withOird ...t ".111 vnln. nml M,.f(.h..rlu you are n lor, Fnrris & Co. Mr. Hardin lias been nut Flat elected Hugh Seiugent by It can have, there is such variety tempted to eat too much. clerk several years for T. 11. Wnlton nnd votes over W. P. Oriines for magistrate. The proprietor of tlio Springs and his during his stay with us lias made many 11. C. liorton was elected constable, no estimable wifo are assiduous in their efwarm friends, who wish him greut suc- opposition. Crab Orchard, T. It. Pettus comfortable cess in his new position. Mis. Hardin was elected constable without opponi- - forts to make their visitors and certainly deserve encouragement. had become quite, a favorite and tlio tion. Wnynosburg, O. Itrown was elect- was particularly gratied niagistiatu over (!. M. Iino by ltd ma- One thing which that they have left is general. whole tone of Mits. Claiii: Doty Tuaylou remembers jority; W. 1). Gibson, for constable, got fying to ino was that the t'hu visitors was of a moral nnd religious us with n basket of luscious peaches and 81 votes and Wm. Lloyd 27. At High I neve- - htitl a smell of liquor a liberal sample of her black cake, which land, M. S. ltastin was elected mngis- - character. and never heard an oath or vulgar did not take the premium at the Kirks-vill- ttiitu tiiiwitvmo (Ml vnlirt! A.(i. KnillL'iinr ,....,, nnd I urn so well pleased that .....M .i.,.,... Fair, but which deserved to, if we (18 and Wm. Leach :tl. Andy Leach for should he spared to live another year, may stake our judgment against the constable received So; W. It. Cook ."7 and no providential hindrance, I expect next season. judges' who decided tlio question. ami .1. W. Young lo. Turnersvilleelect-et- l to visit tlio "Springs tho J. G. Ciu.v.v. Trulv, marriage Mrs. Traylor was a poher J. H. Vanhook niimistrnte without etess of much local note, hul since she opposition. John Kills was Mr. F.d Davison, who- is quite ill, has forsaken the Muso and become a magistrate at Hutonvillo without oppo- confessed religion Wednesday and was baptized by Kid. John Doll Gibson .. sition. model housewife. son-in-la. nr-tie- li Kliza-Isjtlitow- nnd A. It. Penny. Camtoii oil, litnl oil mul nineliitie oil Dan Mili.kh says the constable's ofo( nil kintU nt MoKoiH-rtk Stiitfg'H. llce doesn't pay $100 a year in this disThe iKfit place to buy tlrtipt, rmtont incdicineH nml toilet iirtirli'rt in at A. R. trict. He hns served only two warrants for debts In the last liO days. lVnny's. M ImmiIch. !'.uv vrmr Ink. inbletx. Tiik Pjnkkyk. Anderson Xunnelley , nnd wliool supplies o( uli niH-ris playing in bad luck these fair times. cind.s from A. It. Penny. I ifuurnnUw all wntelien nml overy Seventeen of his livery horses have the u rejirt-t-tntv- tl. pinkeye and aru unable to work. of jewelry I m;11 to lie .A. It. Penny. Mit. Joi: Skvlkam'i: has bought out SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. the gnxrry store of Mr. J. P. Davis ami into Pvn Klaus is prosjHvting in llell will change it as hua dry goods establishcan dispose of tlio ment ns soon and Knox counties. wiirranti'd. Watch w ntnl jcwVlry Col. Itobert Hamilton, n noted citiLOCAL LORE. zen of Lexington, is dead, aged M). Kmity boxes nnd barrels for unlo Hiiine Park, formerly book-keepcheap at A. A. Warren') jjroeery. of the Madison National Hank, died at m j Van lttiren, Ark. HnoTHKit li.MiNKH will le in Danville Kid. and Mrs. J. Q Montgomery in a day or two, ho tclcrapho .Sinter aru called upon to mourn the death of Hobo ItiehnnlH. m their youngest child n boy of ten Thk common whool at Mt. Xcnin will months, which occurred yesterday of open next Monday, II), with Miw Ktu-tu- a cholera infantum. DcmIiIh as teai'her. That patient little suflcrer, Frank V, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Swnln, Xkw lot of HatH, IlandkercliiefH nnd died Wednesday morning, nfter a long Ties received by MrH. Knto Diulilcr. illness of consumption, aged (I years. He nr. Onll and examine. was a very bright child nnd before denth Owls i to the. critical condition of Jim marked him for his own, n very handFarmer, Sullivan's trial for shooting him some one. Their first born, his parent idolired him, and in their atllictiou symwas continued till next Monday. pathetic friends unite in sorrow. Klder Wantkd. 1,000 pounds of nice comb John llell Gibson preached tho funeral honey. Mut.lc new nnd in nice condi- sermon nt tho Christian church yestertion Will nay 81c. J. (J. Thomon, day morning, after which tlio little InjSly Utncaster, Ky. wns placed in liuflalo Cemetery. m m M, ; r, jut that It Is a genuine article. Its uso has not only caused tho hair ot my wife and daughter to bo Aycr'a Hair Vigor has convinced tne Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in tho house formerly occupied by Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand every- Aycr'g Hair Vigor thing in their line, such a3 Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of tho will restoro color, bring out n .Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try now crowth, nnd tneir ice cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come render tho old soft and shiny. For keeping tho scalp clean, cool, and and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. healthy, there is no better preparation Respectfully, SCHILLING & ZIMMER, In tho market. Wholesale and Retail. I am free to confess that a trial of SMMEfi 9 MKUtW-riwifi inii aw J Abundant and Glossy. but It has given my rather stunted mustache a rnspcciAbfa length and appear mice." It. Drittnn, Oakland, Ohio. "My hair was coming out (without any assistance from my wife, either). I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, using only ono bottlo, and I now havo as tine a head of hair as any ono could wish for." It. T. Svhmlttou, Dickson, Tonn. " I havo used Ayor's Ilair Vigor In my family for n numiier of years, and regard it as the best hair preparation I know of. It keeps tho scalp clean, tho hair soft nnd lively, nnd preserves tho original color. My wifo has used it for n long time with most satisfactory result. Iicnlamln M. Johnson, M. D Thomas Hill, Mo. " M v hair was becoming harsh nnd dry, but after using half a bottlo of Ayers Hair Vigor It grew hlack and pln'sy. I express tho joy nnd gratitude I feel." Mabel U. Hardy, Debt an, 111. SEW FURNITURE STORE f MAC1K OTFF1M(AK, ITOQPo BitfnhffiRBs9aHuVi!S'WMrfffl g life-tim- e Ayer's Hair Vigor, Or. llinpAllRD BY C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold hv Urucclsts and Perfumers. J. Dt'M-A.v- , Mon-tlcell- o, Will keep constantly on hind a lare and selest line of Fufniture and Undertaker's Ooods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. ' 14-1- and intelligent l;Wh.trJil ENGLISH PUGS.lliiley, AthlreSieile Jr. pur-chas- lLOOK OUT ! BOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. TSfe. dyed-in-thc-wo- lie.iitquar er on I a ca.ter Mr et ( r all Mild nf Krr.li V.italkk. rrutia, Candles Duller anil Kc, l"rch 'ali. Kn ' nnd Tan y Orocene of nil LIihU AUonn tliikMrcrt wc keep nil kuuU of drink that vc arc ali'mvii to keep 5 IIAKK1S. J 1 aaHflSalBBVBBVeKjSTC Fk "JB'iaSai- A t 't 'iWMff'yyi r "lJrflJBLBna.BBBflBBBia Cin-cinim- ti r. KENTUCKY htenog-r.iphe- A gricu tural and Mechanical ASSOCIATION. - 1 Sept. ,v, 16, Wild KaVe, :iK; Oct. ;, ib;, audi, li yrl jSV Hindu Rott, 3 , Ot i., Auk. il i'7. ll'own Hal, pic r, 111 cpt 4, Jer .me urner, 1 ij)(; Novmjcr ti, iS.'i, M L I) .", , i:o))( iij, i6, 19-- 1 . LEXINGTON, AUC. - KY., I. 14-1- FAIR! 28. 29,33, 31 AND semi-weekl- y WALL PAFEB, and TTJZUST.ZT'O'Zl'E. COMPLETE ISTOCK AL VaYS ON HAND. Competition Open to the World' iw'Kki:i:"sm (.rand io ir.i.iRii.iit. (ie.illemei Kider n Cot- tume Kacli Hiy. Crow run; of tile (Jueen of lleauty, ijurd.i. htptember rt. -- 11 B. K. WEAKENS pre-miui- ii TWO RACES EACH DAY FltKK I.adie anil Clnldrcn under age admitted fr.'e the rtrt day y i yenrol PLEASE OBSEB7E Special Tr.unnnall r.ulro.i Nat rrdn.-er.te. and wi.lb'j feature of rior.il Mall op'nete-yd.ithu Fair t'u fii't vt infirm ttljti I id Catalogue 1.(1 Jre. the Seirelary. I' JOHNSON', I' P.cllent THOS. I. MK IIS, Secret iry. M'ROBERTSSTAGGA FU1L.IL ASBTM113NT -- OF- - ICE, ICE, ICE I ! ill deliver lo regular I -- ! Account mut be paid at the cUne of each month or when customer innt. ' R E. IMKKOW. s9 At Two Cent Per Pound vicinity every morninc cutnmer in Stanford and WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glassas to suit the eye. TCBt SALE. mile My tsrm of o7t .1 the Stanford it I'lVc.o milv fruu htanford and ill one Will icll publicly f McCormackn Church rcn Dick-erso- TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. The farm l well watered and under good fence there i n gotid and lias on it a uplciidid orchard houve with four rooin nnd the outbuilding are will tell clans At the tame tune nnd place firt a lot rf catlleandiniilek. JAMKS COVER, Stanford, Ky 1 45-t- tl to-da- n QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & A No. Washington Co. Farm For Sale. x Texas Pacific Railway.) FAVORITE LINE UETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. The Farm contain. E Acrec, situated on the LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. Springfield and I'err)vifle pile, 5 mile from the IN 1$ j HOURS. former and 8 miles from Lebanon. Surrounded by (rood neUhbors, school and churches and is adnnled to all the favorite grain and graucs grown Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Twice Daily. ill Kentucky. Has good hou.e, barn and other outbuildings. I'lenty of anting water and in a THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. high Hale of cultivation. For further particulars, K. S. l'OWKI.l., Huxonvlllc, Ky. address Florida THKTKXAS SHOUT Vnr-no- n, MILL7.RSBURQ FEMALEC0LLEGE A Modern Progressive come true women, a well a ! ! CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN MAY 6, 1888. IUOA-UPOAVN- School ItE-A-- yes-tenla- y Where your daughters uilthe taught how M betlnrouijhly itlntrtict- LITERATURE, Addre r "TkaiNs To7 Daily S 17 a in g 51 a 111 10 59 a m 11 .top in l jo p in. 1 t,.0:.3' No. y unity. Ex. Sun. Daily. 4 5 7 7 B siu in. Uo. 7 "TRAINS NORTH: I. Ul STATIONS. in No. 6. Daily. Dally. L've ....Cincinnati I.exiuijtoii Danville . No. 1. 6 41 p m 4 1 No. 4. lUily. 10 No. 8. Daily. 6 00 p in SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. 0jpni 8copm 47 P m i 37 ItEV. C. I'OPK. I'rtudent, MRS. S t: TRUEHEART, Lady Principal. Millcrsburs, Ky, re-gr- I CRABORCHARDSPRINGS I jo ppi ,00011m ' ij pm 9 tmiitul... ' 9 35 I' " P m in 3JPniH oj p m, 10 15a J9 pm i '5 pm 10 .17 10 JJ a Williiimttoivn. A'rv I.'ve 6 40 a m 4 111 (leornetown. 111 513am.., 10 pm.ia.l'a ......' -.- ' "iiopiii' Crab Orchard, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fine e . . I j 1 iojaini33pM I 9 55 pm 11 15 a m ....OaVdale J 5 a i 3 U P in Ar,v.vChnttatiooju...l.,e 710pm 900.1m . ..! 810am ...l l.'c...Cliattinoo;a...Ar v t . p 850 am, 600pm Attall.i Ar'v lljpm 3 nil, pin "JJPia 30a j I j pin 11 410 a ni I.Se .llirriinsliain.. ti.calHa... 910am tt'iamj OKI pin. ii r .aicnuia'i . .L've 4 to m 10 jo pm' tl ij pm 4 l" a ' Ar'v-v, New -. m Orjcinv L've iiupni jojiw... 830 a in 9 . ..Meridian,, to 00 pin .Ar'v IW .1 Itl , 0 ij pm .... ... Jackton.... .Ar'v 900 m I.' vt.. ..ViclbnrK,. I.'ve. 4 en pm'.... 11 10 a 100J a I'l,.,,. 4 JP III l.'C.. ... M'liiruc. .. rtoou m. ... 8 ij pm Ar'v., .Slireeport. 111 1 111 " ...junction City... j 40 a 33 .1 i 111 ,Mnierci u3ra 05am in 5 30 3 10 p nil 1 10 a in, 830am 41IJHII 714am' .toSpin ,m 700am 3411pm a m 1 1 jj a in' ijopjn ...... .tiojan aj a ni .twain ... .,. r 7 . to p m 00 11 m ja 11 111 . He-for- o it fi'ly im laSeiitembcr - .- - Strinc Hand in Attendance from ft. Katetcreaily reduced, per day and Jiu par wwk nnd upward. THOMAS NttWMAN, .Mauaiji-r- ; J AS. C. KINO, lttidnt Supt. ; Ii.ll. ItllMISrO.V, Cler. Hi lira, and . and arrives in Chattaiimi at 900, A i. N., 11 la-II. Tr.ilnNo.9leaeOaVdnlet t$, ,r.i.oo an m. P. M.. and atriv at O ikdale; flt,4 Mann llwtdoir PutTet Slrcpinc Cars an all trains II COM.UKAN, Imsii'I I'rt. .v P.im. At. ltlllVCfiAUl.T. (SciierBlManaaar, . R. C XRItOt.l.i (imieral Siiparinlendi-ntSt. I'rtl J 1.: I114, Wn- -i Fo inh htrcot, Ciikiiiimii. Ohio. OeneralOfi it . " :, s 'i'l I . A . : J- - j.. y mmqfmiitf)mrkl$Wmi-uftmyV4- HMfYYlvl 7: IT WILL BE A BIG LOSS, BUT IT CAN'T BE HELPED! The Greatest Sale of Men's & Boys' CIethiag? Dry (roods,, Boots, Shoes? Furnishing Goods, Notions, k, AT THE MOST MERCILESSLY SLAUGHTERING PRICES EVER ATTEMPTED In this town. Everything goes, Sto.kand Fixtures, nothing reserved. lam going to leave about September 25th and 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. Semi-Week- ly liwrd to move nothing. Be Sold, Interior Journal Samuel C. Lackey. On the evening of the 11th lnt., Sam, Esq., died at his home in uel C. Cuero. For some time lie had been a patient sufferer with a complication of diseases, anil had just returned home, the evening before his death, from San Antonio, where ho hail been under tho treatment of the eminent Dr. Herri. AVhile his death was anticipated within tho next fortnight, it was not apprehended so suddenly. Hut yesterday, surrounded by his family and his intimate friends, he spoke as rationally and composedly, and his mind seemed to lt as Lift-keyir-le- cd ttetiveand clear, and his judgment asJ sound as ever. His la.st hours were n fitting close, a perfect reflex of whole life. Ho bad struggled manhis sketch. fully against the gnawing, insidious which, for its brevity, can not do full which was slowly, but surely, de- justice to tho subject, wo are called up-stroying his vital spark; with life keen on to again chronicle and mourn the mental eye he beheld the spectre of death of a good man, husband, father death; he did not dread it, butapproael and citizen; sadly missed by a wife than cd it in that reverential calm with which whom none can be more affectionate, he had faced it on the battle field and gentle and true; by children who fully with that mental composure with which feel the deep and irreparable loss they ho had met tho great problois of an ac- have sustained; by friends who mingle tive and stormy life without a tremor their tears with those of wife, children of precipitate fear or confusion. He felt and relatives in this their sad bereavethat he must die. and that he did not ment, l'eace to his ashes. Amicus in care to pass qut of this world inn strange Cuero, Texas. Bulletin. city. He must return to the fond scones of his hearth and home anil there, amid Some Kinds of Fellows Who Wish to Teach. tho family circle and a host of dear Prof. S. J. Pulliam, one of the examiners of the applicants for common school friends, bid adieu to life. Born on the 23d day of January, 18.13, teacher's certificates, gives the following in Lincoln county, Ky., he enjoyed the ns a sample of some of the lumisinp; anmany educational advantages of that swers of those who imagine they know grand old State and graduated in the law enouirh to teach: d class of I Sol with the afterwards What are the uses of ynimniar and John C. Hrcckenridge at Centre why does not the study of it always lead College, Ky. In the year ISoj he immi- to correct speech? grated to Texas and settled at Clinton, Grammar is useful because it helps us in this county, and engaged in the prac- in business and it does not always lead tice of his piofession, in which he soon to correct speech because we don't speak became eminently successful. For some correctly. Hive the tlitiereiicu between true and time until the breaking out of the war he was associated in the law with our hank True discount is interest paid on the esteemed fellow citizen, Capt. W. H. Friend, which I believe constituted the face of the note, while bank is ilrst law firm in DeWitt county and one interest deducted three days beforehand leading firms in AVestern Texa. called the days of grace. How do good and bad reading (litter? When the war broke out the law linn Liood reading is euphonious and mel- Both volunteered their was dissolved. services to the State when she called up- iiluous while bail reading is not eupho-- 1 j on her sons to take up arms for the lost nious neither is it mellifluous. ' Why is good writing important? cause. Mr. Lackey served faithfully in Becau-- e it always looks nice. j Waller's battalion from the beginning to (Jive some account of Patrick Henry's the close of the struggle. At the cIommii 'the war he was I'm st lieutenant in Capt. action and speech in the House of Uur-- j January's company in said battalion, gesses? Patrick Henry spoke eloquently and, having passed through all the great battles in which that distinguished com- magnificently and it was there that lie j exmand participated. The war over, he gave utterance to the assiduously addressed himself to the pression, "1 came, I saw, I conquered." ' What American general was a traitor? nracticeof the law and set about filling George Washington. ravages of war the waste places that the What causes led to the war of 1S1L7 had made. Ho counseled moderation Slavery was the principal cause. and reconstruction and was largely inGive a brief account of the Centennial strumental in this section in In ISM he Exposition at Philadelphia. civil government. It was a great acceleration of our dewas elected district attorney and for two yoars served with distinction before the pendence. How may the teacher know whether able Judge Holt. In ISllS he formed a law partnership with John V. Stayton, he is advancing in his profession? When the children all honor, the present able chief justice, which, andrcspect him he is advancing. obev for a number of years, was considered What hinderances prevent teaching one of the leading law firms of the State, irom uiaKing oeuer progress as a profesand which continued until Judge Stay-to- n sion? Muscles of the face, forearm and was called to the bench. On Octostomach, also the muscles of the legs. ber 2o, 18.V), Mr. lackey was married to (Two gave the above.) Jliss Nannie McMordie, who survives Of what does mathematical and physhim with five sous to mourn his loss; ical geography treat? Mathematical geography tell ns when ihelronly daughtor, Jennie, preceding eccentricity of the' earth's orbit on the 8th of Juuua , tho .her father in death (lilt ftltlfriit passes througl rt sl.Jk ry, 1881 As n lawyer and an advocate eclyptic, while the other tellsii us about J10 was true to his client and scrupulous-- . the political situation of the world. MM ly faithful to his professional obligations; ""d .h"Uha.ndI,:e.etl'r"th .accurate in judgment, acute in percep- - ' byShiloh's . 50 cents, Nas- tion, tenacious, earnest and logical III at Injector free. McRobert. & Staitif. Stanford; Co., McKInney; K. W Jones. Crab Orch- eJobate, he Was a powerful adversary ill yet he never forgot or ' ar,d tho ' "V' ignored his duty ns a citizen, and was Plalnt" SMWori " v!,'".! yT,P"a 'f"00"' cure lUld COlirteOUfl 111 dealing Witll you. McRoberts & StaSffl St.nford; Crow A Co. his fellow men, pronounced, positive McKInney; E. W. Jones, Crab Orcliard, ' That i.ins Cough can be o quickly cured and fearless in denouncing the wrong, willing at all times to and ready and jjtand by the right, not impulsive or in- - v. j0ne, Crab Orchard. 1 -distin-jjuishedi-coof-th- discreet, but calm and deliberate, he Cr.XTit.vi. Normal School and Biwinc--s was cautious in arriving at conclusions, College, I'leasureville, Henry Co., Ky. but tlrni and couragious in maintaining Fall session opens tlrst Tuesday in Sept., them when once formed. As husband '8S; $2S.r0 pays table board, room rent and father he was kind and affectionate anil tuition for ten weeks. Private board and esteemed his family above every- $2 per week; room rent ."lV per week. thing on earth. As n friend he was as Business College equal to any in the true as the needle to the pole; not lav-- l State. Schools of Music and Art taught , ish in but prolific and unstint- by artists of Ability. Short-hanTelcg-ninli- v ed in conferring kind otllccs and favors undTvpc-writitii- ! tauuht bv com- upon his friends, of whom he had many, t petcnt teachers. Three hundred and He was as positive in friendship as he twenty-tivi- ; nmtricul.ites lat year. We was in all things, and by no means iudif-- ' have the school and at living prices. ferent in forming an attachment,' but Send for catalogue. Adore.-.- - .1. B. N-once formed it was never feigned or fagest, President. ging, but was valued by him with the Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. tenderness of a woman's Direction. In resalvum the world tor cuts. Srulscn, ligion he was liberal, yet reserved in his Thi tetter, ch.ip-peopinions, but withal a firm believer in Hires, ulcers, silt rheum, fever I Hun Is, c.ul i..iuit. torus in iti (kin erupthe beneflcient results of Christianity. tions, and pcxitivo.y cures pil. or no .i re He was baptized in the Presbyterian quired It is uuur.iiitecd to trise prrtect .iut.ic-tioor money refund il Price i cunts .c in church faith and alliliated wi;h that For .ite liy A R l'enn). SunlorJ, Kv church. Thus in this short pro.-tiiscsj ci hi-s- t I,KK K. IICKli'M.A.N", SURGEON DENTIST, Kunti'Ccv. SrAsroKD, Office south tide Main, two doors above Depot St. A3 Mo IDIRCTG-Q-IST EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, ICY. rA-.rI.L,I.a- PENNY, JBWBLEB, 5c DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &G. I'hj sicians prescriptions accurate) Has moved to his elegant new building opposite the poatoihie and It better thn ever prepared to accommodate the pulilu with fine pictures from photograph to Iile sue. Svtisfaction guaranteed. cmp.unded. To the Farmers of Lincoln and Qarrard Counties- The Stanford Roller Mill C mpaii) wants your whole wheat crop f 13$. and will pay inca.h the highest market price for it Do not rll without first seeing Superintendent Potts at the Mill or r I EOS! Kit. thr undersigned e Stanford UMIet Mill Co jj THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought t (hit nar I'r. r er tl'an 3 .1.- 1.. It- f'l.. 1. ..I "rl IICI 'I III. louctt. Wat paired on short noti rand uarrjntel r. h, m s1Dj6i&W$ r rivA't m "x. 1 j mrmMmm. u ... ' TAXES ! TAXES ! t1 Renews Her Youth. To The Voters of Lincoln County: Che.ley. I'eter.sn, Clsy C- - . I Mr.. f r and I l'he Tax IJjok are now U tell the follow i n renm Ker)bod will of amrradylo rinti. the taxe ih it . which i voujhe I for Uy tne nf the town: pleao come f..rard and p.iy earl) T I) NEWLANIl, S I. C jo-I 71 yjr. l 1. 11.1 ijiii-11- 1 il im Udn complaint and I imentol irni.viy coull not dre myiclf without elp N'w I m free from pain and orene and am iU to da A' u "in STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE my tluni,. u Kictric Hitter hou.eworl. I STANFORD, KY for having rnewei my yoitli aid roHiktd all dieae and plii. 1'ryabott'e iOv and Ji, at A. It, l'enn' Ilru' Store, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. Worth Knowing. Mr. W. II, M irRin. merch t. I.akt City, fla., Eighteenth jear bci;in on wan taken with a wit) a H, ttte Coj i .u r.i i nit i Cii.iimptian in He iritdmui,' o t iile popular It hrt itaiij,. cough remedir and teidily ;rew wjr'.e. Wa Carefully selected rorpi of leaihcrs Throuh reduced in lls.h, h.i I d fi.ii'ty it brtmthinj and Good dUopline Ilrst methods wa unable to tcep KihjII tried Dr. Kin,--' New instruction circular l Send fur Discovery for ConiiiptinaiiJ fn id immeditte relief, and after ul Vf ibn'il half boulct Ph-eh1 'rj, - Mo 0 MUFir.l'ITnIs Receiving Hi3 - tf yr. M ERCH ANT TAI LOR SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Give him a Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, oc y j 1 1111 Monday, September 3, '88 Trial 1 liTTMBEH YAR3DI H ' I have purvha.ej the lumber )ardoflcs 1 (ie.rge I) l earen an I M Urn. e an J ill ,pri a lug yarj at the ne purha.eJ of Mr lumber 11 r.'U ih and dressed, will i arry a Urge line or ill J tathc., dours and shin; ei, laths. pts and the pn ket feme fnrmerly s J1 y Mr. Wearen. St, IIOlKKK injr 1 N eare-llesi1 1 found himelf well recordof cure ,i Dr. Kin,'. V Consumption, lluir.i itJed t rl claimed for it Trial Irani fr,e at Drug Stur dieae. in I hi hid m r l'ri No other rm ly an hi Di KentuckyCentralR.R. what i jut A R, I'enhj "ULnOGItASti THE SHORTEST AND From HOLT'l'IC." ROUTE ' QUICKEST l W. MITiALT I ; i ha &: 1 Sleepless rights made mi.rrable by that terriblo couch. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy y u Mcltoberts .i. StiRS, Stanford; Crow K W Jones Crab Or C, fr CENTRAL KENTUCKY T.all Point ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE -- HATS METOALF liARIlnl'RMI e in any t V HAYS PINFVILI.K, K AT ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. an I i 1. FAST SCIIKDL'Lr. South-Houn- Jj. GEOGHEG-AN'S- , SVCCKhOR TO I Ask For Ayer's Sarsaparllla, anil bo stiro you get It, wlien you wunt tho best Its forty years uiic.Mimpkd in the euro of Diseases, you blood-pitrlllor. LINE & IN" BETWEEN e LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. MAY No. 4 M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, Will praiti. court in Hastern Kentu kt KxammatiMiis f Ian (titles made a spenaltv Any al and mineral Ian I f r site tra.ts ..f tmi'irr. r sale. Inf.ima!.. lurmshed on an) point and rep..njcncr mil. ii, i. jj, f j KUl.fT Sun. a ' j, 1J8S 0114TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A lliiOUI,t of I 'l en p m THAT FIGHT ! C. F. Simmons. St Louis, 1'rop'r M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Ust'd '" "le Ul s' Court DKrkAT I. H.Zcllin.Prop'rA.Cl.Slminont Llv. er Itrtrulator, lisfd by Zeilln i6'. M. A. S. L. M, has (or 47 ear cured tNDl0Tl0W, IIILloiiNrn, m Kx. Daily p.T fof make, no In preferring Sarsapanila to any other. foro-niiiu- Tho of mod well-know- n em blood medicines, Ayer's Sarsaparllla is still the. most pop- I.ve CmiruKm.... 8 I,c Falmouth..... 10 I.veCynthiana ... 11 Arr I'aris Arr Lexington.. 11 11 I.ve Paris Arr Winchester...!! ..I I Arr Itichmond. J Arr Lancaster-...- ! Arr Stanford I.ve Richmond . J Arr ilerea Arr Lexinjton.. 1 . :i" 8 s p in a m o 36 p m rn os a mio 40 a rn 10 50 p 111 JO p m' 11 jo p 111 50 .1 1111 10 5i" p in 35 P m 11 i5 p in1 co l ni jo orders scut fur lt fill ui a '.! nam umi p of tm a mi all ad Tho Original Wins. O) n p 111 4 jo p m 5 10 p m 0 10 p m 8 sertisnifiit mi'i timi.114 p.i,r t tyr !l; J'opm 6 05 p in 7 io p in 3 iS p m Chesapeake & Ohio PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS 10 P in 00 p in 840pm oj io 3L P in p in P 111 IE3.AJ3T To Washington, Richmond Old North-Ilout- h. ular, being in great No. 3. a a UiL a a 1 8 10 a 11 00 a I 30 p p 00 10 35 S No. in in 111 1. No. 5. Point Comfort. and t T. and cr demand than all others combined. "Ayor's Sarsaparlllu is selling fastor than ever before. I never hesitate to recommend it." fieorgo "W. Whltuian, Druggist, Albany, Ind. "I am safo In saying that my sales of Ayor's Sarsaparllla far excel those of any other, and It gives thorough satisfaction." L. II. Hush, Des Moines, Iowa. "Ayer's Sarsaparllla and Ayer's Pills are tho best Helling medicines in my store I can rocotnmoml them conscientiously." 0. Bickhaus, Pharmacist, ltosoland, Hi. "Wo have sold Ayer's Sarsaparllla hero for ovor thirty years and always recommend it when usked to name tho 'W. T. McLean, best Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I havo sold your medicines for tho last seventeen years, and always keep them in stock, as thoy aro staples. ' There is nothing so good for the youth ful blood as Ayer's Sarsaparllla." K. L. l'urker, Fox Lake, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparllla gives tho best satisfaction of any medicine I havo in stock. I recommend it, or, as tho Doctors aay, I prescribe it over the counter.' It novor fails to meet tho coses for which I recommend It, even whore the doctors' prescriptions have been of no avail." C. 1. Calhoun, Monmouth, Kansas. blood-purlllor." -- I ' I.ve I.ve Arr I.ve I.ve Arr I.ve Arr Arr I.ve I.ve I.ve Arr I. Kingston.. llerca.. Richmond Stanford Lancaster ... Richmond. ... Richmond,... Winchester.. Paris Paris Cynthiana ... Falmouth in in in III! 111 am. J45 a .. 50 111 5 5 'I'--a 111.. To Louisvllo WEST North-wes13, '87. Olncllnnati Connections.direct for all points in the inouiu nave been dead but sor your i.cnulne .M. A. Sim. mons Liver Medicine. I hare iW, sometimes had to substitute rn.' "Zeilln's stuH" for your Atedl ceunr, cint, but It don't sniwer the lit' I pucpoie. H. Orares, Editor 7k, KiPMJil Dr. J. Ualiit, Memphis, Tenn. says: received nsrUlvr Medicine, and have used half of it. It workthke a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator and certainly no more olZeilln'i mixture uimK uTirxrtiA,siCK I1kadacii(,Lo.-ArfETiTSour stomach, w Iter. T II. Helms, l'.alnr MKtc. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes- - "I 1 E. n nlnn,ll... I.ve LcxfuKton ... 1'lL 3 PIH J rn.. 740 a in'.. b 50 a 5 3 west co p m p m p m p ra P m SOUTH-WES- and No. 4. Dally MM ( ( Crow-A- - ,,, court-hous- e, , I " Ayer's Sarsaparilla, riiKrAitEi) Or. J. C. Ayer o. Co., Prlco $1; or Lowell, Matt. Worth $3 a bottle. Z.St ill bottle, 3. F.x. Sun. I.ve Louisville, 701pm 6 50 a in Arr I.exineton... 10 35 p m 11 jo a m On the Maysville Branch. No. 0 leaves Paris at " White bulphur Suriniis. j 10 a m B 30, am and No. Charlottssille V.NlJunct 11, at 5 30, p m. arriving at 5 10 p m 11 40 p m Kicnmonu Aiayssiue at 10 jo, a in, aim 740, p m 00. 10 9 00 p ni j 50 P m Newport News 10 35 a m 6 3J p m leaves Maysville at 600, a in, arriving at Pans at Old Point Comfort.... I) to a m 7 co p m 8 70, am. No, 11 leaves Mayssille at 105 and Norfolk 11 40 a m 7 40pm arrives at Paris Kt 3 35, p 111. These trains are Washington p m daily except Sunday 0 40 p m 3 , llillimore 11 sj p mu '3 p m No, 3a leases Cosington at 830 am. Arrises at Philadelphia 3 00 a in 3 co a m Falmouth at 10 10 a m: Sunday only No. 31 New York Covington ...li 6 '.'0 a ml 6 I'o a m leaves Falmouth at 4 30 pm, arrives at 6 30 p m; Sunday only. No 15 leases Lexing. ton 7 15 p m, arrises Paris 7 55 p m. No. 8 leaves Lexington Disision by Central ti me Covington j ao p in, arrises Falmouth 7 30 p m, Main I.ineTrains eastTrains run o( Huntington run by East I No 7 leaves Falmouth at j jo a m, arrises at Cov ern time, which Is one hour faster than Central ington at 7 50 a m. iime daily ex. ADDITIONAL TRAINS: No. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY e cept Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4.45 a TE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win NO Mt., Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other line 7 ci am: art we Lexington 8 35 a at via Vs'vnChester n m. Cincinnati trains are daili" excent Sundav. So. M, daily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati Direct connection is made at Winchester with. I uncsapcaice re unio ior mi. aicruu, ssniana soop m; i.cxinctnn ; jj p mj arrisc .sit oicrunK lltirtiniMon. unariestan, v . a. ana r.asternciuet 7 1) p m; uuvt m;u 910pm FAST LINK. Nos. i and 4 run via Winches- No. 3, daily, leave Clifton Force at 7 00 a m: ter. Solid trains with I'u Iman Sleeolne Cars, be Ctiatiestonu 30 p 111; arris e Ashland 5 40 p m; and Richmond, Va., and Win- Colnmbus 11 irpin tween Cincinnati No. 6, daily leave Ashland 7 10 a m; arrive at chester and Washington. Through tickets and baggage checked to any Charleston it u m: Clifton 7 30 p m. VuUman Sleeping Cars on all through trains. destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent of the Cd. Old Dominion Steamships leave Norlork on MonS. F. . MORSE. K. II. I1AC0N. day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Salur- A av u A Traveling Pass'g'r Agt., Gen'I Pass'g'rA in n m fur New Y01 Covington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Kor Tickets, Rates, Information, etc, apply to Icket omceorac lortss II. E. HUNTINOTON, General Manager. OenOfflcos. Covlngrton, Kentucky. SS . S.. I Gen I Pass, Agt Receiver. Covington, . . CO P "i 7 35 p 111. 8 30 Oi p ml 9 06 4 4 Si 11 ml 10 ot 6(11 p nil 1 1 35 3 50 4 30 5 IS 6 50 in Krrs.CTr.ov. No 1. Daily I "g))touitviut,iHwAt8itTCHmtolf(ia A NEW FAST MAIL Leasing llotli 11 1 I LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI .'t Daily, Secures to Travelers, Ster-arriv- THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fastest time . mil7 mm) mmrA.i.u. ...!- - ue ;. : . 'i.aifis ,iiiia iween an points in the South, or tu the West and ne coiinteninrtnr ih i. ... n ,11 northwest. trunk lines is denominated The Limited Express. 1 he superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort all Coupon Ticket Olliies In the South you will find our time tallies and tickets. Say Mo. non, get Monon anil stick to Monon, il you want to save money and have 4 pleasant journey. ): 0. Mccormick. Passenger A nl, Chicago, .,.".n"IAgents Cly and Olhcer.; ., A. Ht'CLNKii, 117 ith Ave., Louisville, Ky. I. M.TiiKNiiNcii, Ui Nine st , Cincinnati, Ohio. i.1 ta c.ii I ""' '' ,.,.... ;"' ic' . s' ' ' IWIIIISSllllllLll a J 1 IJ IF tftmmtmmirmfr hrtVi iWn mm