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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888081401 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. ttwciaiiiiwinimiHm1flmtlMMMIMUim iimmiif -f- - ih,ii i i) i n"1 ' ,f Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. GOD Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 44, 1888. NO. 53 S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, CHURCH AFFAIRS. Hev. Mr. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. j w ' rV Brick laying was begun on tho new Presbyterian church next Sunday. livery stable yesterday. Pittsburg Landing and Atlanta. First MT. VJCKXOJS', Tv V. (.'apt. M. Salter enjoyed the Dan- -' Blood Diseases aro cured by KldifJ. (.!. Livingston's meeting at IMlAlSlfl TICIO LOUD. t experiments looked gloomy; the d with III additions vllle fair more than anybody. Preachersville tho persevering use of Ayer's Office next door to Whitehead's Drug tore. was inferior. Hut he fought it out. And and a church limine will likely bo built. Special attention given to diieatei of children Sarsaparilla. Rev. C. M. Held 'filled' Bro. RanI.KTTKK KKOM (iKOUGKO. HAKNKS now, Glen Mary coke, like (Jleii May I lev. S. V. Peoples assisted Uev. dolph's pulpit at tho Presbyterian church Thla inedlclno Is An Alterative, and eoal, stands In market A 1. He ships it causes a radical change in tho system. Williams in a meeting in Hath county, Sunday. as faras Arizona, and tho demand fur ex(ii.i:s Mauy, Tknn., Auk. Ml., Tho process, in sotno cases, may not bo which resulted in H." additions to tho Prof. Smith, of Columbia, Ky., 1)i:ak IsTi:mon: A littlo morn of tho ceeds the supply, though ho runs (10 ovqnlto so rapid as in others ; but, with Methodist church. Lancaster News. preached at tho Christian church Sun- - persistence, tho result Is certain. wontlcni ( tills coal world wo arc nliout ens ulght and day. THE FURNISHER, Wo have received from Miss Mamie day night. head tlif.su testimonials : I'll bo Continued ) to li'iivi-- , odor a vMt all loo brief: 11 uber, secretary of the Kentucky Sun- two years I suffered from a "For John II. Woodcock, wife nmt sou,' 513 4th St., Louisville. right Hide, anil had tlio"holeof tin pit wIihiico Not Fighting the Prohibitionists. day - School I'uioit, a Vopy of the pro- - William, are attending tho Barnes meet-- ) other pain In my troubles caused by a torpid liver The fashiom of the day in the Gents' Furnish, they wcrotliwl," thwo le.sctti'tl hoiiw, far A week or two ago, when Mr. K. C. ?r.unnioof the niintml convention, which lug at Danville. and dyspepsia. After Riving several ingline will always be found in my store. I am medicines a fair trial without a euro, I in real inefiiilnefW the puru Warren had an apMiiiitmout to address meets in Winchester August Tho Win. Weareu, of Kirksvillo, died! Iwgan to tuko Ayer's Sarsutuirillii. I agent lor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the carbon that fhwht-- on the hiiowv neck of the democratic club at McKinnev, he tie- - exercises will begin at .'! o'clock on tho suddenly on Sunday. He hail the conbest Laundry in the orld. was greatly benefited by the Hr.st bottle, beauty, nro Biiutehwl at hi turn by two clined a proposal for a division of time evening of the llrst day with a service of sumption and fell from his feet, dying at! and after taking live liottles I was completely cured." John W. liunsou, 70 tiny but powerful locomotives ami whisk- with a prohibition speaker, practically prayer, appointment of committees and once. Lawrence St., Lowell, Mass. a iiuiirtor of on tho grounds set forth intlio subjoined an hour of social fellowship. ed away to tho Last May a lnrgo carbanelo broke out At night Pony Beazley was so utterly stunned MT. VERNON, KY. a mile or more, down the hill. Thcuo letter. Some of tho prohibitionists were an address of welcome will be delivered by beauty at the Danville fair that he on my arm. The usual remedies had no effect and I was confined to my bed for llttlw Hereuuuirn, ttiat ply a htmy trade be not satisfied, bunco the invitation to meet by I'r. Stewart, to bo responded to by left a very lino buggy and came homo in right weeks. A friend induced mo to try This old and Hotel Is still maintainLess than thrco Ayer's Sarsaparilla. tween the mine and shipping point, are Mr, llallou. Mr. Warren gives his rea- - President Fenner, of IuiiUvHli. A nurn- - a spring wagon. ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spebottles healed tho sore. In all my expeI "Chljror" and named "Utile sons for not wishing to debate against a her of eminent Sunday-schoo- l workers cial attention to the traveling publics Master Tonunie Miller, beside berience with medicine, I never saw woro the llrwt an imjiorteil cogno question which from a moral standpoint will deliver addresses during the. meet ing a model young gentleman, is also a M. P. NEWCOMn, Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky. men; the h.ticr "to the m.inor bom." ho is in sympathy with, and they strike iugand a refreshing and instructing born mechanic. His skill as a worker in of tho use of this Another marked effect Watch that utrangcr from the back routi-tr- tho T of the position of the dem- time is assured. Miss lluher nsks us to wood is remarkable for one of his age. was the strengthening of my inedlclno Mrs. Carrie Adams, Holly sight." upell out tho name.t, iw he olwerven ocrats in this campaign: LOUIS SOHLEOEL, ttrce upon all schools the importance of The return of James G. Blaine to Springs, Texas. the line action of iho diminutive pull'i-rn- . sending delegates and in order that all tloso shores does not seem to have TrK.VKiisvii.i.K, Aug. 9, 'SS. had a "Isuffered dry scaly; humor for years, hiiAiiovliW't. "Little and, as my brothMil It. C. Waiiuk.v Dear Sir You may be provided with homes, a request the . backbone of the republican andnnt altftAi trrlblyatml1nlw nOlff.t.ut Twart . , , ehigger," and down goea bin right hand are respectfully invited to meet .Joseph is made that those who expect to attend pany , u" i . UICHMOKD ICY. "r is iioreuitary.. Jut iii mis county to any uisccrnanie i presume ttio malady to bin leg, or iutomh to hit left arm, fol- Itnllnti in a discussion on prohibition at will send their names at once to J. M. extent. winter, Dr. Tyron, (ot Fcrnondlna, Photographs in all styles and sues. Pictures in motion the Turuersville Flu., ) recommended me to take Ayer s lowed by a vigorous school. hou.'O next Sat lish, Winchester. The railroads have The following is part of the docket Sarsaparilla, and continue it for a year. India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New dethat kIiowh that the name lum produced urday evening at .'I o'clock. Time will agreed to carry delegates at full faro mouths I took it dally. I havo For live for tho approaching term of the Gnrrard signs In Kr.i nes and M lU at very lowtprices. not had a blemish upon my body for tho it ilrairod ritmlt. For tho inviniblo fare returning, provid- circuit court, commencing August 20th: be divided with you and you shall be T. E. Wiley, 145 last three months." of that name in the bane of the respect full v treated. ed a certificate is obtained from the Appearances Til. Rest of the docket not i Chambers st., New York City. mouutaliiH in Augut; and, until you get T. II. Lkwis, " Last fall and winter I was troubled agent at starting point ami afterward en- made out. LONDON, KENTUCKY, with n ilull. lmnvv n.iln in niv side. I W. II. Mfiti'iiv, need to them, the torment of a worn of dorsed by the secretary. Schools are Tom Robinson, although he had no did not notice it much at first, hut It W. U. Haiikv, under oiio'h cuticule is well them burled CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. further asked to send statistical reports opposition for sherill', polled almost the gradually grew worso until it became unbearable. During tho latter nigh uulteandtle. It Is nhno.t eipial to (kntlkmuv: Your note of the Mh and a contribution equal to ten cents for entire strength of the democratic party almost this time, disorders of tho stompart ot r that unmentionable malady that our Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. s liver iut. inviting mo to meet Klder .Joseph each teacher and two cents for each in this county. Tom i deservedly pop-- ! ach andtaking increased my troubles.and,I Ayer's Sarsaparilla, began well acquainted with; youth was l.ire and Reasonable Prices. Day and night scholar. sheriular and has made n very efficient Italloti in a discuMou on prohibition at after faithfully continuing tho use of Trains are met by Polite Portersjfof this Popular catching; uhiipiitoux; and only yielding Turnersville on the 11th Inst, received. this medicine for some months, the pain ff. Long may he prosper! House. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. disappeared and I was completely to "rod precipitate," pronounced I don't suppose Kentucky ever saw I thank jott for the courtesy of your Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush, cured." if by iin Juvenile vletinn, the time when there were better crops Haverhill, Mass invitation and for the assurance that I Mrs..!. W. Yerkes is ill with aright. Query: "Ik 'eliiggitr shall receive respectful treatment, but I Livery, rjecd and Sale table, than this year. The corn is strictly fine, fever. Choctaw for 'little, but Miiart?'" think the wheat never better and fruit of all am compelled to decline, for the follow Rev. G o. U. B trnos arrived Friday it likely. rnErAiieo or Iiik reiion: Neither I nor the patty to ami is the guest of Dr. J. C. Bogle. Ho kinds in abundance. Truly G rover CleveDr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. IV'm" goon down ami the The "Little I belong have any war to make land is a favorite of the gods. which preached Sunday evening at " o'clock Trice tl ; lx bottlei, $5. Worth f 5 a bottle. "C'higger" come up, or vice vermi, Mrs. A. II. Peacock and littledaugh- on the prohibition party in this and uiMin at night to large congregations zrj'-- Z a writhius train of loaded or empty pit r'fi7'aTTfl The chief and controlliuir issue He expects to re- tor, Verlin, of Fort Woith, Texas, aro Imixo; that, on the crooked road, look nt the November election is whether wo at tho visiting friends here. Several of Mr. i like a Imirt' blackxuake, with head of tire are to have an honest and economical main about two weeks. The remains of Win. D.iinilierty, who Barnes' friends went to Danville to hear. and Muokc, crawling around the jutting administration of the general governi".. .. him Sunday afternoon. Miss Jennie .it. ..I ... i, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. :....! ii.. k?.. ledges, or spanning the nairow gorges " into": V -t- urned from a protracted ' "' ment ami whether or not wo, the people rived here this ntorninV" were LONDON, KY , on its way down hill. prohibitionists, democrats and republi- rod in the cemetery. Tho cause of ,iH visit to Owensboro and Henderson. Jno. ! At TVO Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire is u very important cans, white and black The alike, are to be re- - death Wits tvphoid fever. He Was a SOU "ril"lllH lum wm' OI ICllIIlonit, Account! mint be paid at the clo.e of each month on reasonable terms, London Is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the , nru.hin ruitomir ililttk loint. There nre three qualities of coal, Heveil (roin ruinous and unnecessary 0f ....-.-- . Daug'herty, about 0' visited II. C. Kauifman Sunday. R. E. HARROW. in the mountain section of the State. 10 tu lute Alex 9 block, nut ami (duck. Of course the ob- tanll taxation. While saying that Tom Robinson ist our party agrees with itieiru ilit.l iin iiiifinltt IllllliniliOU.' itl't tllt !inlitjtinit J get as much block as possible. us on this question ami this question is J Vl ;.. i .i .i. ... ..ii .. ject is to i.. njmiuii, ii iu miuiiui'ii iiuu nit ot our I It is all exactly the same eo.il, only dif- to be settled by a trial of strength be- VOIIII" mail, olllcials, from the county judge to the -- Miss .Mattie Snead, of .edalla, Mo., fering in size of pieces. A pssl miner is tween the democratic and republican is visiting Mi.-.Kmma Woi.segar. Miss' eonstablcs, aro gentlemen, capable itml I hae 40O acres, more or Ii", of Mountain, Coal STANFORD, KY., known by his skill in detaching thelarg-- r parties alone. Nora Mitter, of Louisville, is visiting "iways ready to go out of the way to do and Timbor Labds that will rl at a Ixrgain. I blocks, without shattering. The bluna store nimto rent lorn furniture and The most sanguine of your party I '""" a mvor- - A,ul w"l"n il comm to have K. Aw. Miss Marv Hodges, hardware or tmnir's esUblihment. E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. derer, or "greenhorn," makes an im- presume does not hope to elect your can- Mrs. W. ,K'iint-vtlR'-- "ro .von,u"r "1,L'iul "' The-- e are g nd f' r 40 days Forftrtlu-"'" of Lexington, is vi.sitin Ml Lillie Mos ' C W. M I'. ICAt.F mense proMrtioti of slack, or line hits, didates for president and any munty iirtniml. Who can compare 33 write U Harbours tile. Ky This old and Hotel still maintains To encourage this year. Hither a democrat or repub sick. Mrs. l'ieree Butler, of Lt.uisville, to with his awkward pick. r "'ualleyr' Who dare stand be- Its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. is with her siter.' Mrs. II. E. Woolfolk. . t nil t ou clean, skillful mining, our malinger, licau will control the next administra- il if ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in i just can t oeat em. &o Sundav night about lO.KO o'clock a lore "ieg: the Stare in its V'are, Appointments, or AttenJohn, given double wages for the two ition. I his then is the only Inc-,, The boys played a cruel joke on ,atIy t tu, ,)luf Iiwltlllu tion to his Ouests. Ilaggaje conveyed to and McKINNKV, KV. better qualities, allowing nothing for can lie settieu in too approacniug eiec-- ! A- - "unwiilo at the Danville from depot free of charge' Special accommodahearing an unusual noise in thenar por - Mai- J'"M As n consequence, his men soon hlack. tion. All votes cast, all influence exert tion of what is known as the girls' build - di'mwratie convention. They pinned a Kor Dru)-- , Medicines, the famous Svrup ot Fis tions to Commercial Travelers. learn to be exKrts -- their Interests lying ed for an isntie which has not the ghot Harrison badge on him and ho did not anJ to net sour prescriptions promptly and corinvestigated found ini;, and at that way, and they prefer this method of of a chance this year, are to my mind threeipiietlyhad broken and While that discover the fact until he found every rectly filled fine all hours,Toilet to kU )'uur Staple w. R. DAVIS. Clsr tr. J. H. Illlms Articles, Jtc.Boto Oroceries, men in. the A. VIM.1A.1S Ur l.osd&Co,McKlnne remuneration. clearly thiown away and lost. one present giving him the cold shoul- will attend to ourdru deptrtmcrt; also attend to lady was watching them, one of the men Hut here conios a box full of all three & Due thing at a time. Let us llit ac- - Iil'IiIihI n iis:i t der and looking at him suspiciously. the wants of the ick niht or d.ij, in town or iiml hlie 4i' tlieir fiiei-3 country sort together. It runs tip to the edgeof complish our common ,,. DEALERS IN ,,:,,.., .,... i.,,!,..,,,.,,,,. When his attention was called to m a cavity; a pair of projecting iron spikes rilieatiou of toe governiueiit ami tlie re""lv Fioiu-an I Rutlidge were Mnt for, and "'"" uv hold the tail board tip, as the car is tip- duction of taxes and thou it will be time NICE FARM FOR SALE, (tcr w,,,l, ,u' y,,",,,, il i"nooth Rutlidge was near one of the rear doors, ROWLAND. KV., ped; the contents go rattling down, over to debate the other tpicstion upon w Inch the iikui b.'co.niiu al.mii d, came ljLmmmmmmmmm.mmm.mmmmm of Men's and Hoys' Hascjust opened an Inclined screen, through which all .re may disagree. My humble ellort in Hainlioti;lit n fnrm in Washington county, I Clothing, Hats, a new stock Shoes. Dry Good, They rushed bv him to the street Cap, Hoots, In l.lnco'.i wish to Kelt the on unuh now nlack goes, sifted out before weighing. this canvass shall bo directed against the ' out. Notion, and Family Groceries. Abo dealers in Rowland, n mile- - from Stanford, countv, at mill :h tliev iliil mo Itntllilin. lireil :it tlmm Coal. Countrj produce taken in exchange for The other two qualities fall together into comn.on enemy of us all and I cannot good at highest Come ,iUt (,w.s ,0, know w,R,tll. tiu ! all, and learn the market price in trade. one, come 10S advantages a receptacle over which delicately tttereiote engage in a iruitiess ami or he struck any of them or not. They scales are suspended. As the It lies on both sides "f tiitfCnS Orihari p'ke dicussion with my piohibi-tio- are still at largi' ami unknown. and can lie diwdud to u:t pnrch iir. It U under 1871. 1888. man who docs it takes coal is tippetl, the friends. Kod fence, well wittered and in gnml repair Itnils:iw Pliillitis. Kli hives, '.hull It. N. WAIIK, lt.Av.1i.id Ky Mill, 45 from a hook, Inside the box, a brass I cannot I say friends, because while Kuox Anh C()ok) iU.Iiry Cavp'enterand W fROYAL rSSHI ISO. !. rKWHINS t heck, with a number on it. This slides with mv nresuut llL'lit eiiiloi.-- e their lioorge Barks were tried before countv R. i. MAKTIN. I'lRODHBAO, k ., M.W, iSS; down a gtoove to tho weigher, by the ,,,1,, ,euitily concur in the object Judge G. P. Li'o Saturday, on the charge Albright V Martin bc t inform their man; H0Llkltlll t.xtiri:ition of tho coal is in its place for weighing. time lcy friends and customers of the change in linn nar.i of trying to force an old man named Nat He enters the number of the check in to vice and crime, Crockett to vote when he didn't want box his book opposite the weight of tho MARTIN & PERKINS, Aplj, tilllnn; yo' for t),e jmlitencss to. All are negroes and all live near full of coal; passes It across to anotner; ()f vuu. im,m,iri,tioii, The new firm hope not oi,ly to sustain the repul'arksville. The testimony dicocd the I am very truly your.- man to enter on his book, in the kiiiio tation of the old, out 1'iieiius to nuke mm) im fact that Nat concluded to stay at homo ulinh provementsm the mimuai.tur of R. C. W.lllltKN. wav, as he siicaksout the weight; and ill will be to the mtLMt of our customers. We on election day, when the above parties ou a devote special mention tn nur Natural Lent this latter person tiles the check MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. brands of Kentucky's best leaf. IhanL'uij jou wont to his homo mid tried to mike him board above his head, filled with little forpatt favor and a';iii fir a continuation oi A. OFKUTT, Proprietor,. LEBANON, KY. your trade, vc renuiii RrsnectfulW vours, Brodhead is building a new church. vote the grand national union republichooks. I'KKKINS MARTIN 5.6m Doors, Sash, Blinds, Frames, Casing Ilase Moldforced him to the polls, Teachers Institute convened hero an ticket. They Then a lever is moved. The weighed ings Mantle., ((rackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, when ho threw himself on the protection " Hamsters, erandas, Store T I another inclined screen, coal runs over irrTTTT VTAIj ri"S ffXTTCT1 Counters. Floori.ii;, Siding, rronts, Shelving, Shingles, Laths, 111 Hi Republican majority in the county of some white men, who dispersed his Koujh and Dressed Lumber. accurately adjusted to let the nut coal arSend for prices before buyin j elsewhere. assailants and afterward had them through, while the block goes down an- only i:;o. ' LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. The proposition to reduce tho poll rested.' All were held for further trial in other chute, rndemeutli nro two the sum of $100 each. Spencer Holmes, 3STOTXC3S 1 earn standing on parallel tracks. In- tax of tho county to $1 was voted upon charged jointly with them was dischargTHE LARGEST AND FINEST TO THE to one falls the nut; the block into the at tho late election and received I,:iSS CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. ed. other. These cars have been weighed, votes favorable to it; ll!l against. HOTEL IN THE CITY. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill Iin Mrs. Lucy Nield was here Sunday. empty, as they moved up into position. Caiid ot' Thanks. Wo can never the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the citizens ol laden, thoy aro weighed, full, as Dr. Benton, of Brodhead, is down with thank the good people of Stanford suffiWhen This powder never vane.. A marsel ol purity the county should have county pride enough to More they inovo along over the same place, by hem t troubles. Mrs. Belle Burnside, of ciently for tlieir groat kindness and at- strength and wh.lesoineness. cannot economicalin RATES S2.5C TO $4 PES DAY. ACCORD-IM- S patronise and sustain the same, we wish to be sold than the ordinary kinJs, and form whom it may concern that we are In the very powerful scales. The number of Lancaster, and Miss Allie Moore, of tention during the illness of our darling competition with the multitude of low test, short market to buy your wheat and corn and will al TO rooms; only weight ways give tne nignest market price tor same, we its weight of coal go into an- I'ayno's Depot, aro visiting friends in boy. May tlod bless each and every one cans alum or phosphate powders. Sold Co., In the car and Rovst. IIskini, i'imsm have added some new machinery to our corn meal re106 Wall Street, New York. department and can now make meal to suit any is our prayer. other book; the cars go down a gently in- tlds county. Miss Alma Carson has of them RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. person. it cannot ue equaueu oy any other milt TURKISH clined track to the main lino of tho C, turned from an extended trip to Mam We solicit a trial in our Hour and Mu. and Mas. J. I). Swain. in this vicinity TUB NEW meal departmeut. All having grain in our line N. O. & T. 1 11. R. and off to market, moth Cave, Louisville ami Lexington, Mill, where for sale will To the Farmers of We3t Lincoln, agent will beplease callallat the who willgive our times, found at the when n train is made up. All perfectly linn. Samuel Wanl is in town. James An Elegant Substitute best prices for same, Ilran and shlpstuu always Casey and Elsewhere. Spilmnn, of Garrard, the proprietor of r County-FaiHyBtemutic and beautiful, because of perW. N. POTTS. in stock. kinds of bitter, Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co 151 If. Having been author fd by Mr C C VinArs. fect adujstments. Each miner has his tho largo orchard near town, is hero for For oils, salts, pills, and all nf II iltlililt lilt tl. fur the purchase of wheat ktllllr MiIN. as hi. nauseous medicines, is tho very agreeable ASSOCIATION his account a few days. number and the checks keep iu tni lection of agent Hon. M. J. Cook tiled nt his home at liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. RecTHE FLORENCE country, I call wifi c:mtiJiMn.eoii my old and tried of coal mined most accurately. When Will hold Its regular annual eshibitton on Tuesday, friends of the farming public to icy me before en Cooks, this county, Sunday evening, of ommended by leading Physicians. ManuWednesday, Thursday and Friday, gaging their crop. eUeurhere, Ilawig been in! payday comes the Hcalo "books nro openam fami'iar with tho trade about twenty ji'.iri, California Fig Syrup ed," and eifch receives "according as his inflammation of the bladder. Mr. Cook factured only by the thcbuklnes., I feel warranted, therefore, in the! of the foremost citizens of tho Company, San Franolsco, Cal, able to taciliinte the August, 14, 15, 16 & 17, '88, declaration that I will bethe adsantuce of ull con- I base bought the right to sell the Florence works have been." All can read this was one transferofyoiircrou.il For sale by A. 11. Penny, Stanford. Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish cerned, J. II. C1RKEN jl solemn lesaon. Dear God! may we all county, a prominent farmer and politiull who may wish to save their clothes from the mm cian. He represented this and rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of gathered from tho deep, dark pit ulike RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY. Syrup of Figs washing. Take one and try It and bn convinced. all bo counted "block" In that "great county in the Legislature u few years WANTED. I'll not worry you about buying unless you are ful- ' lis menu, ly taimicu ; day." Tho parable is perfect. The "first Bince. While a member he secured the Is Nature's own truo laxative. It is tbe The undersigned have purchased the Florence a resident of Stanford, Kv, I'ejton number of bills quality" holds Its own; the second is put passago of a in the mountain iclativo to most easily taken, and the most effect! vo Purses and Premiums, $5,000. died on theEinbree, of May, 1J88, lcaing consul- Washing machine and after a thorough trial, wo day 4th counties, prohibition erable estate lor ditribution among hislieir. The take pleasure in adding our testimony to Its worth, to inferior uses. The "slack" must pass lie was found nt the head of nil under- romedy known to Cleanso tho System Trotlin; and Running decedent had three kUter. Klltubeth, Mary and i nnd without hesitation pronounce it a success in HeadDolly, who lelt this county about the v.ar iSij every particular, dotn? all that Is claimed for it: takings looking to tho advancement of when Bilious or Coativo j to dispel Habit-uatho furnace beforo it can be used. of were liv- ' Win, Daugherty, J W. Wallace. Ur. Bourne, Elizabeth und Marv when last l aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure RACES EACH DAY. For out af this slack the precious coke the interests ot his county and Ing in this State and In tint portion known as Mrs S, I. Salter. A. C. Sine, Bill Perkins, Lewis Ills counsel during tho turbulent Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. The Purchase " Do'.jy whvnl.ist heard of was a Dudderar, J. E. Lynn, L. L, Dawson, C. Vanoy, is made. Tho "big money" is in good resident of Kansas Anyper.on hiving any in- - Mrs. Amanda Peak, Oeorge Peyton, Alex Holti. times of Rockcastle had to pass through Spec al Trains and low fare on all railroais. all coal will make coke. Here some time since was eagerly sou lit and Manufactured only by tbe California Fig formation as to the pre. cm residence of the alnne claw, C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. coke. Not aim many uiucr. named... urtles or tlieir lieit. Will incite wrilC IU t. 'lairuw, n, .n. t f V ELKIN. "our John" came out tho man- acted upon. In his death Rockcastle Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. I. II. CHENAULT, President. is where n n, i, lnfnnl- Lincoln countv Kv. Headquarters at S, S. Myers' store. T. J. COVINGTON, Sec j. M. HAIL, Executor, citizens. JOHN For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. ager he is. He always Insisted that Glen loses one of bur most valued out-puclo-of. IS LDVR AND NOTHING KLSH Mary coal would "coke." The faint feared; the doubters doubted. He "stuck to his guns," he did to his battery at Tuttle will preach at the Long-Standi- ng '. I j WOOD WALLACE, GEMS' se-vc-ro ' V I out-vyiii- jt L'l-l- M. "tip-houmj,- " NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. W Wonderful Results. Sj-tt- . y key-not- e IW still-ene- il . i ... o.m-"..- .j .. PHOTOGRAPHER, in-w- et one-thir- d JACKSON HOUSE. llltsl-ONS- ; ten-tie- First-clas- "per-Htppily- ," ao;-t- f. 1 id 1 ' Ayer's Sarsaparilla. drug-gtn- g I cam-p.iim- i. court-hous- ' ICE, ICE, ICE ..- - fla -- i ; j j "tip-hoiiM- " Cent Per Pound w i. n'lttllltll s . I Mountain Lands I r MYffiSHS JGCOTEL, informa-mati.- v well-kno- ' -- ,,, 1 TjOITID CO., ' - ; ; 1 s i.ur.o-.e-thepu-- .,.. s HXXTOJST DAVIS ' "''w' 8:lil-whe- n General Merchandise, ' " . 1 re-i- i . Containing Acres ' u I J Lebanon Planing 1 ..j,,, 1 ' , vHBflFiPPiiiiiiiiHB i tub.-u.i- A-- to-da- K JlWUoili, , j , mil-roa- d POWDER Absolutely Pure. I Li- i Madison ttri.ni-!ftn- I I i WASHING MACHINE HEIRS j I - fellow-citizen- s. jic-u- - I , - 4- ..:' '1 .i l .1 -- ."WT'T TTrTW-'- f TT11BW "F MB- -T, " i,W'01l'tfcMwr"--r-- - '' 1 inrMiriiinrm-i-it- iii - "" 7 f, r jr iiitiHimMmini'jiii Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Yorlc Friday and was given a grand ovation by his followers, who regard him as Stanford, Ky., August 14, 1888 the uncrowned King of America. He is looking in line health and spoke in his usual robust manner, the burden of his speech being a comparison between the advantages of the laboring class in this country over thooof Kurope, because of DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Ho will its protection laws, he claims. speak at Portland on the loth and promises to "electrify" tho country repeatedly Am:i lti months' absence in foreigji lands, James 0. Blnine arrived at Now FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. W. P. WALTON. GROVER CXEYEUIND, Of New York. For t, during the campaign. 1 Gov. IUtknkk had minute guns fired every half hour during tho day Saturday, G. with a general's salute of 1 guns and orOf Ohio. dered the ofllce of the adjutant general closed out of re8iect to the memory of For Congre, General Sheridan. Tho old rebel general 6ccms tothink the waris over and the distinguished gcneralson the federal side Of Madiion. are entitled to the honor of the entire country, but the flree aters nnd bloody column will be found tho shirt liaunters will continue to howl In another correspondence between several prohib- about a disloyal South. itionists nnd R. C. Wnrron, Ksq., relaTom Xast, the caricaturist, has engagtive to a joint debate between him and ed to serve the X. Y. Graphic during Mr. Ballou. Mr. Warren very properly the carapaigu. When in bis palmiest declines to discuss the question with Mr. days he had not an equal in tho country Ballou, or any one else, as neither he and tho Harpers, for whom he worked, nor tho democratic party is making war paid bim a princely salary. Of late years on the prohibitionists. Our fight is enrivals have laid Jiim in tho shade and tirely against the old enemy that is to his employers, who always secure the say the republican devil, and under no best talent, long ago placed him on the circumstances should our speakers or shelf. writers be drawn from the paramount F. M. Giu:ns is enjoying tho delights issue of the campaign tariff reduction. Besides too, many good democrat are in of the seashore, but his assistant, Mr. sympathy with the effort to cireuuibcrihc Clarence E. Woods, is getting out the tiie evils of tho whisky truffle and .when Richmond Register in fine shape. Woods the question is shorn of politics, they is not only a good writer but a mighty usually array themselves on the side of clever fellow, whom we like, even if he is temperance, as in that strongest of dem- inclined to make fun of an old man. ocratic strongholds, Sweet Owen county, Tin: report that he would be a candiwhich went dry last week by :32 majorMr. Warren's letter is sensible, date in the in the interest of hemp and ity. and pointed, and we com- other protected interests, is denied by mend its perusal to prohibitionists and W. C. Owens. Mr. Owens is not that democrats alike. The question of prohi- kind of a cat. He claims to be as good a bition may cut some figure in localities democrat as Col. Breckiniidge or any during the coming campaign, but the other colonel. national isMio is whether, as the repubBoi'tinoK peoc seem to be destined to licans propose, we shall have higher have to forego the pleasure of the beverclothing and the other necessaries of life, made the county with free whisky, or as the democrats age who-- e name has id! over the world. I'.uis is tho promise, cheaper necessities with tho famous eight precincts in which burden of taxation on luxuries and li only one of its local option does not prevail. ALLEN TIIURMAN, james b. Mccreary, well-time- d quor. Maxwell, tho cowardly murderer of !. liK traveling companion, whose body, after robbing it, he forced into a trunk and left in a St. Louis hotel, while he struck for Now Zealand, met the fate he should have suffered a month after his capture, in the jail at St. Louis, Friday. It has been more than three years since the crime was committed and every delay and technicality known to tho law has been taken advantage of, tho murderer in the meantime being regarded ah much of u hero as if he had done something worthy of praise. The case was twice taken to the U. S. Supreme Court and finally, after everything else had failed, the English government, of which Maxwell and his victim were subjects, asked a respite, which Gov. Morehoitee very properly refused. The mother and sisters of the condemned also came over and plead with tho governor, but to no effect. The murderer claimed that tho killing of Preller was accidental, ami so maintained to the last. lie refused to say anything on the scaffold and it was with tho utmost exertion that he boro himself up during tho trying ordeal. I.andgraf,who murdered his sweetheart three years ago, was hung on the same scaffold and at the same time with Maxwell, but neither noticed the other. Tho necks of both were broken, and justice, was at last triumthough phant. long-delaye- of the political horoscope. I le sirs there ew lork, is nothing doubtful about Xew Jersoy and Connecticut, that they are as sure for Cleveland, Thurman and Reform as Kentucky. NEWS CONDENSED. Ci!.ikmN Bmixcm takes a rosy view John Hodge was stabbed to death by another negro at Greenwood. The L. it X. will run a $5 excur.-io- n from Lexington to Mammoth Cave on the'Jlst. Clark county delegates favor J. D. Black, of Barboiirville, for Congrcs" in the 10th. The Chesapeake it Ohio excursion to Old Point last week carried out :K0 passengers. The President has permitted the River and Haiborbill to become a law without his signature. Win. Reese, of Junction City, brake-ma- n on the Cincinnati Southern, was run over anil killed at Pine Knot. At Homer, Logan county, Spencer Harris, aged 14, shot and fatally wounded his father, Jesse Hai lis, for abusing his mother. The largest grape crop ever known in California is now maturing and it in- We always thought theie was a good streak in John Bosloy, oven if ho was a republican, nnd since the following from tho Democrat, we know it: "John L. Bosley, editor of the Sun, (Hep.) voted g the democratic ticket Monday. The over still continues." Wo extend the good brother the right 057" of fellow ship and will do all in our power to assist him to walk uprightly in the straight and narrow path of pure demociloj-pin- racy. Amos Miller, colored, who outraged the statute will meet with the prescribed Mrs. Scott, in Maury county, Tenn., was punishment, and promptly. in Franklin taken from the court-iooF.nnon Dkniiam says tho Williams, by a mob of 50 men and hanged to a balbtrg Times has not suspended, only cony in the building. stopped to take a breathing spell and to Calvin Miller fell from the new spit on its hands for a better hold on Huntington biidgeat Cincinnati 115 feet. the enemy this fall. The radsare on the His legs were driven up into his body hip down thero and Deiiham ought to nnd Ids feet and legs below the km o succeed in laying them flat on their were mashed to a jelly. His neck v.tb backs. also broken. Tho democracy of West Virginia Puor. J. S. Reiu'eut is witting some promises a majority for Cleveland in excellent articles on tariff reduction for of not less than 10,000. They the Mt. Vernon Signal. Tho people need laugh at the boast inudo by tho republienlightment on this least understood of cans that the State is drifting away from political questions and every democratic the democratic column. publisher should do all in his power to Gen. W. .1. landrail), of the Repubpost them. lican State Central Uommittee,hasnamed Tin: Louisville Post is authority for an Executive Committee us follows: A. tho statement that tho republicans of E. Wilson, chairman; W. O. Bradley, this district are trying to induce Wood George M. Thomas, Matt. O'Doherty, Dunlap to run for Congress. The utter- Walter Evans, John L. Wheat and Alex. Tho headquarters of the ance, that tho woodcock iimdo when Pearson. will be in Louisville. awav he flow seems to bu in order. m er com-mitteo It begins to look like the law is executed in Rowan when a Tollivar, brother of the late unlamented Craig, is lined 50 and sentenced to 00 days in jail for selling whisky to a minor. Judgo Cooper g can endear himself to the people of the Statu by showing tho lawless of that county that every violation of cludes every known variety and quality of the fruit. Pending the appointment of a ceiver of the Chesapeake it Ohio road, Mr. J. T. Odell will conduct the operation of the road. The gi'os-- , earnings of the Ciuciuu.'iti Southern railroad for July show an inover the corresponding crease of So month last year. Yellow fever has broken out in Jacksonville, Fla., and Charleston lias quarantined ngainst it. Other cities will probably follow the example. It is said that Isaac II. Goodnight, who is not mixed up with the fight, will receive tho democratic t. nomination for Congress in the 'M 1,-54 Rliea-Hals- ell dis-tiic- The finest suiiare in Chattanooga, Market between ith and 7th, was totally destroyed by fire and 14 persons weio burned to death. Loss on property $400,000. one hundred year old. -Uaiiox i)E Heis, otioof tho Chief Justices of tho Austrian Empire, has savcutocii chil-FlooViiiK,; dren, niuo of whom aro girls. Pad Ycm, president of tho Pckln AcadSiihIi, emy, is translating Shakespeare for tho bcncilt of youthful Priuccs of tho Chlncso I21e. iuiprinl houto. Tur. discovery has been mado that Queen A. C. SINK, Victoria uses, when traveling, trunks which aro shabby uud unworthy of her exalted position. Victoiiu, of Germany, It Is said, tastes portion's of every artlclo of food intended for tho Kmporor, and superintend tho preparation of most of It herself. 1 "Mr friends," nld tho French President to tho crowds who wcro crying " Vivo Cnrnot" on his recent tour, "do not say Vivo Carnot.' but ' Vivo la itepubliquo !' " Kino Lkoiom, of Belgium, recently purchased a copy of Gcucrai Grant's book, and he has recommended tho study of American history In tho schools und colleges of his Kingdom. Tub young VIcount Bclgrnve, grandson of the Duko of Westminster, If ho lives to inherit his patrimony will, It Is stated by n We are overstocked and WILL sell them. During , London contemporary, bo the richest man In tho world. Phi.ncb liisuiHCK has been much concerned about his private affairs tutoly, un I tho Inundutions near Vcrzin swept away in which srv-or1:04. three of hU largest hundreds of workmen were regularly The Prices will be Reduced to within the reach of all. Our entiro Tom Null, of Huston ville, lias sent tomato of his own raising, employed. Ciiiiistin'a, us ii stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and Qckkx that model .mother, and it takes the cake so far as we have has been making an extensive tour through heavy weights, will ' hor kingdom with tho King on her lap. At heard. Tins sale of the personal property of Barcelona tho biggest fleet over asscinbted a timo of pcaco was In tho harbor to the late Samford Hrwin will occur Sept. in greet his Iufantilo Majesty. deceased, ' Bmciiess Victoku hits turned Inventor. and that of Cr.iig Lynn, Sho drew plans from which a writlng-dctSept. 1. Sec uiW. And in no event will any profit be added andnany lots will be sold Ten thousand bushels of the pooled has been manufactured which enables tho Kmporor to writo whether lying In bed or at HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Cost Salo wheat in Madison county, advertised in standing up It Is available In uny jiosltion, and in the Clothing Department only. 72J cents. The other and tho mechanism employed is said to bo this paper, sold at Intricate and remarkably effective. 10,000 was withdrawn. Tuu King of Slam has conferred tho order C. M. Spoouaniore bought of Adam ewes at ;l cts. of tho Chulachonclao on hisIs dentist, a Pence a bunch of bieediug tho least Frenchman. Tho decoration d of fat hogs, Important of tho four orders of Slam, and It and sold to same a , Involve. tho wearing of ii hat at 5 cents. to be delivere I October weight on all public occasions, Ten per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. The Cincinnati Southern is doing a of great of tho honor arc, therefore, not alavd trade. A staving watermelon ways at grateful as they should bo. melons and the ft eight rate erages Piu.scr.-- s VicToniA, tho oldest daughter & is fromSK) to Ji!Vi per car to Cincinnati. of tho Biuprcss, who wanted to marry Alexof Battcnbcrg, Is proving herself a Tho garden for the Insane Asylum ander, whip. Sho recently druvun great contains 75 acres. The paat Lexington uttached to a light drag n distance of tients consume for dinner s00 roasting-ear- s, sixty miles, visiting Spandau and Poldnm llarguente, followed (J bushels of tomatoes, S bushels of Her younger sister, Flour-llar-re- ls (50 head of cabbage and other with a single team, handling tho ribbons Molasses-- Sujjar- potatoes, herself. Paris Xews. vegetables In proportion. It in said that the primrose was not I.ord Whenever there are stallions to be Bcacoafit'ld's favorite llovver ut all, and It shown it is safe to put your money on that the story that sent wuh nroio from tho lcs fact that Qaeci Ilatighm.in' or theSaiiilidgo' u wreath thotltono flowersto gr.icocurd coltln either the bearwith u of for the premium. In a mule ring It. B. ing tho inscription. In her own handwritBut iiho ing: "His fuvorito flower." & K. P. Woods always have the JC'KCHEAiM on the bin- -, while you can let ineaiit tho fuvorito of lice own husband, your bottom dol ar that Ia'vI Hubble Prince Albert, not of Bcucotistluld. "will get tbtT on lu jacks and jcmit-t- . UrvRKiL Bo'i.im.lu recently r.t dinner, A perusal of the Danville premium Hit loudly assorted th.i' tn cuo of war l.o shows that all thesi gentlemen wen should conquer tho (ioniums "with ease." His uoighltor expressed his iturpriso at tho again successful. utiumdllionnl n ...r.mco. " Do ou hcliove, General," he asked, " that wo have greatly A I MARINE MATTERS. improved, or that tho Germans havo greatK. not tho exIk 1SST) tho United Kiucdotn built IM iron ly deteriorated!" "That is steamships and 1.T0 of steel. In IS", thirty-fiv- e planation.' answered Boulaugur, "it is that by tho I havo for new ships wcro of Iron and 'J of steel. linger been indicated th.it tho work cao," said one of God. ' "In been determined that an American of tho clcricnl guests, "jou must bo i. It has o shipbuilder constructed tho Mrst leuiuio d'Arc." "Bxuctly," replied T. R. WALTON'S. steamer that ever crossed tho Atlantic, tho Uoulaugcr with grcst solemnity, "that is Iloyal William. 1 am " just what Almost every American craft which goes NICE to sea now carries oil to smooth the troubled CALIFORNIA (CANNED FRUITS FROM VARIOUS CLIMES. waters, and thero is hardly a week in which ar A Tnn itt of International traflle by rail it docs not tavo some vessel from founder-lug- . T. R. WALTON'S. has been nigucd between Chill and tho Republic. Tiibv have been trying to eco how quick Uxnnn Germany's new army bill thero thev could stop an ocean steamer going at & full sliced, aud it can't bo done under a mile, will bo n million of soldiers uu guard agulmt unless she happens to strike an iceberg or a Bussia and uu equal number against France. T. R. WAIVTON'S. rock In tho way. Tuc Bussiuns aro said to lio busy training Kmi's of war aro costly playthings In hawks and falcons to catch tho pigeons times of pcaco. Tho Anictatn cost upwards trained by Germans as cuiricrs of mussjgus ! n in times of wnr. of half n million, has spent tho greater of her timo on tho rocks, and i now to The Chinese Kmporor nt a Into date was I ai.U, iiio.dj Fifty mc Arret "1 in rr", with bo sold at public auction, her appraisement b"tng iiiiilated Into tho myterlcs of poker 1 mili litiuic 011 11. 4 mile being only tl,u03. th Optunl Pile. by tiireo Chinese uoblumcu who havo studI IK WA1.ION Termva.y The customs authorities last week pre- ied eardo and othor thin - - thla t ountry. vented the lundiug of siiteou sailors, who Un'dek tho laws of It if a subject re wcro coming to this country under contract, fuses to believe that kissi.i0' a llngortvmo of for which misou tliey wcro denied adinit-tanc- o some dead saint will bring him grace, ho to tho tan by vlrtuo of tho Imported can bo punished tho sumo us if ho sot a If nbc-n.'t K.l.i I nut the LoH.t at a Contract Labor law. I house ou lire. ri MWRble if lire K'UAI.'ION. Tac new Inman steamship, tho City of Wah taxes aro enormously opprcuMvo In Now Yoil.. is warranted by her builders to France, Germany and Bussia, and tho great bounslnkablo. That is, ono condition luid armies aro every year liecoming greater. down in tho contract by tho company was Tho lust act of Kmporor William was to sign that sho shoJld bo unsltikablc, although sho mid army bill which udded 7(ni,ixmi men to la of Iron and has a capacity of 10,rXK) tons. tho Gorman soldierly, so now tho Fathor-inn- d luu-- u force of J,'J.V),l)U0 soldiers. Tun Scotch ship I'aljrravc, which has jurt arrived in New York from Calcutta with Is Hiatn. for steeling or killing nn D..VX)tousof jute, hemp uad biiceed, worth buffalo or a bullock, tho punishment $20,000, Is tho biggest sailing vessel afloat. is death. Housebreaking is also punished feet with death. A person detected in o.nokir. Sho is constructed wholly of iron, is In length, cost (100,000 and carries a crew opium In Imprisoned for three, years, Tho of fifty moa. men of tho lower oi dors of people aro slaves Tub Morning Htar Is tho smallest steamer and must bo enrolled to muw master. which has ever uiadn lio run between Ln o Tin: best market. on tho Continent of gland and tho Capo. Sho was designed by Is said to bo at Berlin. Fish aro sold Surreys, Phaetons, Buckb sards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, H. Duncan, of London, her owner, Captain from vats and arc kept allvo. Thero Is every and was built at Lcith. Sho is 2d ton1, variety of gmno and domestic fowl to bo had the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over fast-enyacht measurement, Is of teak, copjicr .vltlun ii thousand niiios, and steers, veal, and is classed Al. Her length IsiVJ cnivco, lambs and otheranimnls aru dressed feet between perpendiculars, over all W) Lomplcto, their heads and lulls being feet, with 11 feet 3 Inches depth of hold. sic. nned uud kept Intact on their trunks. Tin: plan of slgnaliug accurate timo from A IU'sian General has created a great by Great Brit- sensation in Kurono by furnishing cu seacoasts was tlrst adopted o Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better ago. That country ain about thirty years Bchcino for tho construction of a railtlmo-ball- s now has on Its coasts fourteen way through Siberia to tho Pacitlc Ocean. grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the and rlvo other timo signals, Its colonics and It is intended to go by tho shortest possl-bi- o ; dependencies havo twenty-si- x cut from tho Urals to tho Pacillo Ocean. trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. , France, four Germany has seven time-bull- s Tho total cost of tho road is ostliu atcd at (Swetune-ball- s and two other You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. 5200,000.000, whlch.lt is beliovcd.cau bo readid den and Norway, Austria-Hungarly raised In Bussia itself. with Belgium, and tho United States Euiiopean capitalists proposo to build a each; Denmark has ralii-oahuvo flvo time-ball- s 30. from Bagdad to Constantinople. ouo each; Italy, two: Spain and Portugal, is 1,400 miles, and It Is estinoao. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. mated that tho cost of tho road would bo 15,000,000. If tho project Is carried ont tho SHORT STATISTICS. distance between Kuropo and India will bo Exoi.and Is sutd to havo one cow to eight shortened uino or ten days, and It will ulso ouo cow to givj u routo of commerce Independent of and a half puraonn. Franco and America ono cow tho Sue canal. thrco uud s persons. America Is to ono and Turi.c Is ln Asia 200,000,000 Buddhist m ' rk t ahead oa'tho cow. women, not ouo of whom has any hope of f UV'Jl jferVA I What a breaking of shackles from human immortality, except, porcliauco after u limbs has taken placo in tho last twenty-seve- n through many uiiimals, their Jt LtSrft years I In that timo Russia has freed spirits may enter somo boy Infant. This Is (WT-frEi j T. iJUTiit-rra-g-g- 1"1 21,000,000; Poland, r.,00O.iXJO; United States, ri tho highest hops a Buddhist womun has. It '.'.OOO.OOO. 4,000,000, and Brazil, ii in part by reason of holding out to them FiounKs aro given which go to show that tho possibility of reaching Heaven us well tho quantity of tobucco consumed in tho dif- us uvn that Christianity whorovor taught B W ri J" " ferent countries of Buropa Tho rato por llnds ready acceptance among Buddhist iilnii ii 4- 100 inhabitant) h, nccorillnj; to him, us fol women. lows: Spain. 110 pounds; Italy, lJSpoundo; I Birmingham, Eag., Is a Shakcspcrcan Great Britain, IBS pounds; Russia, library of over eight thousand volumos in JO Denmark, Oil pound); Norway, -all languages Into which tho plays havo pauudn; Austria, 273 pounds. been translated, Thero aro comploto ediTun nvorago watch is composed of 17.r tions In Polish, Busfian, Huugrnlan and celebrating the Settlement of the Northwestern Territory. different pieces, comprising upward of Spanish; but in Greek, Portuguese, Finnish, GRAND JUBILEE uoparato uad distinct operation n Croatian, Frisian, Jtoumanian, Wolsh, In manufacture. Tho balance haa IS. ,.) Flemish, Ukraine aud Wallaclilan thoro boats ov vibrations per hour, 12,900,0v0 p aio only separate plays. Of Gorman edit.i.rlydays, lJj,iH0,(XJO In ono year; H tions and selections there aro no fewer thar o!i It-- ; NU inchua with each vibration, vv'-- - a Oil volumes, and tho othor Shukcspcrcan 1.j.i . httirnturo in German numbers l,!&r) volumes, to l4 miles In twenty-fou- r ."j; . nilioj in thirty days, or a,5."Sf mlloa In of tho numboof EXCUR&TtiOrd Fiunto has only i editious and separate publications. 'our tho British navy, Is 14-1- Pure bred SouthdoW n buck lambs for sale by F. Kcid. Mercer County Fair at llanods burg, Ky., Tuesday, Aug. 7. I w isit to buy 00 bushels of rye. Will pay market price. W. II. Traylor. Wild West Show at tho Mercer County Fair each day. Don't fail to attend. R. G. Collier sold his crop of wheat to the Stanford Roller Mills at 75 cents delivered. Foit Sai.k. Four nice Jersey heifeis both in color audi and calves. Xo. Sit. K. II. Burnside. form. Running and Trotting Races each day at tho Mercer County Fair. Don't forget the date, Aug. H-- l. A Tennessee farmer w ho has kept account says that it costs just 6 cents a month the year round to keep a hen. See the competitive Beef Cattle Ringsat the Mercer County Fair, Aug. 14th, four days. S100 to tho best herd. Proctor Knott, a Kentucky horse, . won tho Junior Champion stake utMun-- , in mouth Park Saturday, worth ' I , j FOREIGN NOTABLES. 8m Provo Wallib, tho icnlor Admiral of ISTffSFORO PMSMG MILL CO. Sidings, Celling, FiiilsIihiK .umber, Moulding UrnckctH, Scroll Work, Framed, Doors, IlliiulB, Veranda Work, Superintendent. OI1OTHING9 CliOTTiaiNGo saw-mill- JULY AND AUGUST BE SOLD al ' AT AGTU1L MARKED GOST ' No Goods car-loa- Charged; Cash in Every Instance. l.-t- couo-shapo- car-loa- 1,-- 00 SHT7CB MoROBEBTS, Stanford. four-la-han- d Good mid Clean , aud for Sale Cheap. T. It. Walton. FREKZERS T. R,. WAX.TOSTS. ICxtraets for lee Cream T. WALTON'S. mas-tultu- sea-goin- g ELEGANT GREEN TEA u Fruit Jars Sealing Wax jwr-tio- FOK.SALE 11 FOR RENT! ' i t, :J BUGGIES, CARRIAGES ! Bu-rop- d, clab-orat- tlme-ballb- time-signal- s; Hoi-lau- GEO. WEAKEST, o Hi.N'G'R, one-thir- two-third- Cincinnati . J!hMiI!ltorn jqly4&h '.'iii , trans-uiigtatio- LSV 4 PmYnHitf irr'' CEHTEKHIflL EXPOSITIOH OHIO VflLlET 2,-J- UNSURPASSED DISPLAY. t.-..- one-fourt- h RATES FROM ATiTPoaNTS. lr im ?- "' "mmmmmmmmQ9mmtmim fcA.'.:r-- w i"W"www"yywiiiiij'iiyiii)tiii n nnkmUmmtmmi&i iiliiiTETin;W''ini;T.lgifcIT,rnwrii ,".$ V Semi-Week- ly Mil. I). W. V iNDKVunit Is very ill of n Kiciiit shares of Ittiiltling a'ul Ioun Mary Alberta, the sweet little Kirl of . comtiiit-iitioof Htock for aiu. Jminiro at tliiri Mr. mid Mm. A. II. r.enny, died Friday Mil. Tiiomah Waiid, of .Marion, in Lolllco. night after a wcek'n illnei-- s of cholera IiIh iliiunlitur, Mm. J. I). Swain. aged HI J tnontliH. The child of nnil ,11. is.c. MarmKor Mil. AM) Miin. Ukk W'oodh, of Our- - N'l'tt' Lit rif f In tM. I InnilL'nt-iOilof. i i t.i. war lo .1 .." ""'" "" i " i. Tie JiiHt received by Mrs. Kate Dudder- rani, nri visiting their iluughU'r, Mr. J. llH l is '"j0 t(,n,r"IB M,t tht',r VL'ry "ml nr. Call and examine. b'TANFoni). Ky., Auuubt N, 1888 C. HiiyH. heart Htiings. If tender sympathy avail Ki.iniii ItAi.Lou had a good crowd to anything in such a moment, they can LOCAL LORE. hear him at Turnersville and ho made, find consolation iu the knowledge that it PubllbhodEvory Tuoaday nnd Friday. Dick's Patent Feed Cutter at Mttcalf as he always does, a sunniblo and cllec- - is felt by nil our people who know and -- Atn love the live speech. couple. Inter- it KomUt'h. 'J i'Jiilt VI(!AU,IX AUVANCKI ' "tui. lay afternoon i HuiraloCem- I I?- is. .,..... ..... Tin: Stanford colored nine beat the " .'........ ... f,,n, .... i.u f,m ...w etery. strvVhen not, so paid $y.60 will he charged.-- " other tlay the fourth of a silver dollar HieliinonilH Friday 15 to 5. coined in 18(10. Our forefathers who had NKW AbVKItTISKMKXTS. Tin: public wlio'ol,' V. F. MeClary no shinplasters and small pieces had to L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. thct-begin Sept. .'!!. teaeher, will dollars to quarters to make cut InteriorJournal sort of dim-axes- . vis-itiii- K walton, nus. ..!!. NEW I NEW! NEWT A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. J,'" "" 15 grief-strieke- (,,,,. tl, I Mail train lining North.. houili., Local Krclifht ...I J t Ksprcss tram " South... ' " " North... ...ii ji 57 pin pm Simiay'h light rain and thtinderHtonu change. tho nierciiry down below morning. (10 yen-tenl- .. .... tune North..., ...o to m 655pm rtouth.. passengers. The latter trains' alo The ahove it calculated on standard lime, SoUr l ....itj 1"" foreetl am khoul to minutes (alter. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ranis leasr Kuwland at 5 js anil rtturn at 6 p m anil 8 40 p iu 'I m and 7 o a in MEANS BUSINESS. .. Mattkuh muni be tjuieting down in Mt. Vernon. F.ditor .lumen Maret advertises hlri Winehehterrille for wile. m m -- Nun r. of the lioiiirtvilli papers reached here by mail Sunday. Somebody it. a cussing H fr OxKof our customers got the wrong Watiiiem nntl Jewelry repaired ami buggy Saturday. He will please return II. Penny. Miirnuiteil. A. The lieM plnro to liny tlrtipt, patont it and get tho right one. A. T. NunnelinetlitineH and toilet iirtielcn is at A. It. ley. Ponny'H. blowing II.m.kh Wi:i.i, linn not Huy your whool hookn, ink, Uhletc. , wIkkiI supiilieH of all mueli, but hIic Iiiih IiihI a good crowd all iiajx-rient:ilHand ' along nntl tliln week every room iirotnirt-ckind fmin A. 11. Penny. to bo tilled. You can find no better all vyntulioM and overy Kintntee I of jowulry sell to bo Just an wnter any w hen- and the fare is juctHiieb A. It." Penny. ah one enjtixh after iu wonderful appePrice very low. tizing etlectH. SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. ln-em Hank StiK'k. It. 11. Courtney, bank er and broker, Lexington, Ky., has for loo Hcrei on ami CraL snlo some First National Haul;, Stanford, road, hallway the Sommrt Iwu plitce. Oorcliard between the Well of en tn place. Hull c tarrj nd Ky. stock. Persons desiring to pur- Kuui Hier ucrea In cra. A bloJ otilltt for cattle, hoe30 v. (j. WAI.I.ACK, chase will find it greatly to their interest anil lic.p. S Dabney Ky. to write to him. It Tiiosi: owing mo by note, or account will please call at my old stand, now octo cupied by Mr. Joseph Severance, nntl settle up in full. I miiHt have uiy business Ai executor of Samford Krwi'n, tlec'd, we will ell settletl up by September 1st, ami all ac- ville at hl lateIdresidence on the Stanford & DanTike, in way between the two town, counts not paitl by that time will be placed in the hands of an ollieer for col- ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, m LAND FOR SALE. Candies. Fruits. Nuts. Etc.. Etc. Meals served at anv hour. Trv their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come ana buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, Of Lancaster, Ky.. have ouened in the house formerly occunied bv Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a Firat - Olass Bakery, Restaurant and uauiornia rrun otore. rney wiu Keep constantly on nana overy-thinin their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Oakes and the Best of gr .miMEH, J', r Wholesale and Retail. IPUjBJLKC HAJfJH NEW FURSITURE STORE ! MACK HI.7FFMAK,, PJ10F., J' lection. Aiim J. P. Davis. HiioKK.v. " Mrs. A. K. Hundley, 1 nr-tie- le d. repre-Mtite- Mit. like Miss Minmi; br Shank fever. in ill with something Stkaih is visiting friends 11. at ParkHllle. Mu. ami Mas. J. lKltll Im'cii ill. Mkimiijii have Mu. T. wan avk I.ii.i.aiiii, of Uui"ville, heie yesterday. Mis Hki.li: Cook, of llustonville, is lfiting Mrs. J. P. Halloy. .Miss Hki.ks ItKin, of llustouville, is visiting Mrs. Forentiw Keid. g Mk. ami Mut. K. C. Wumi aro iu Carter county. friends Mu. IIaiiiumin Haii.i:y,oI Shelby county, has been visiting Mrs. C. J. H.iiley. Miss Maiiv Hi:i.i:v i spending a week with Mrs. Harry Hush in tluwouu-vinit-in- who was Mb Jennie McAlister, of this place, was thrown from her phaeton on Thursday night near Danville anil suffered a fracture of her arm ulovc the wheat drill, harniw, pbw, liarvrting machine, Ac.,.Vl i6actc of corn ill field amis (tacki ol elbow. Mr. Hundley was nlso badly new hay. day bruised up. A young horso ran away Termt made Itiown on I. I. ofiale MKS. KKW1N, Diioi-pi.i- i T I.. I.II.I.AKU, Di:!. Mr. W. II. Wearen, with them and both were thrown to the of Kirksville, who has been Iu bad health ground. for a long time, dropped dead Suudiiy. In order to accomplish more cUecthe He wan a member of the Baptist church work, the presidents of the various demand a very excellent man in overy re- ocratic clubs in this county ought to spect, A wife and three children sur- to form an executive committee, whoso vive him, together with two brothers, duty it will lie to aid the county commitA Messrs. (ieo. I), nnd II. K. Wearen, of tee and call meetings of nil the clubs for cd weKxcciitortof the wil ofCralR Lynn, deceat will on place. Tho funeral anil interment this us have a big parade and work. Iet SATURDAY, '88, took place at yesterday. later on in the 5J-t- d The following pcr.on.il property! Seven a and jycar-ol.- t fat m-cr4 high grade lieiferx, 5 hi'h KradecOHKHiid calven, 33 hlh KrnduhOjCi, ;j lnKh urade hicp, 1 pair aged mare mului, 1 family home. horici. fine onei, 1 fine yearling filly, 1 fine combined mare and colt, 1 Lrooil inari. 1 lurouche and hrriMt, 1 btiKfCy and harnn, 1 prinK wagon and liarnc, 1 wagon and harness, 1 .... PUBLIC SALE OF STOCK, CHOP, C. Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select 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 tral and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. m nmi: Ai.niiiu leturneil with to ljtureiieobuiv. vestei- MissOrii Miss M Ct Mat .1. L. Hilton r. if Mt. sterling, l I g..-i- and little tUugh-- t Mis. T aie ng Walton. ik. .I.ukso.n PltUburr a frientl of this paper, was in town (Siviln.x, of 'S v futility. J T. (iiriiuir., Iin., of Sunbright, I no , is vititiug his sister, Mrs. J. A. I'.irjs-iiter. ian Hit i:, a l.ouisille benti-i- , Mii is ititiiig Miss MiUh'1 Wright, in tho West l.n.l. Hornstadt, J iK.t 1. Wit wiiii, of l.at bet n gniiittnl a penion for service in lie late war. O .'. Km.i.iiii, of our composing fonv, I'airweek at Ids old homo iu it I. n i F-i- st six-tidin- :i HatrtMlnbuig. Mu. N. II. Ki.MoitKiinil MIks Nannie Marrs went t Hanotlsburg yotenlay to attend the Fair. Mat. (ii:o. Fn:i.is, of JUoomiiigtou, ill,, is isiting Miss Iva Smiley and otb- r relatives here. Mut. .1. N. CoNKWiut.iiT ami daughter, it Clailv ctiunty, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. V). Harrow. Hit. am M its. lli'ini Hkii were imov-ni- g yestiitlay into their beautiful new Mime opjHitito the College. M isrmisoN of Knox-illPiivton, lv-is all light again and is enjoying Himself at Cmb Oichaitl Springs. Mu. .1. V. Simpson, who has been iit- ing his father, Mr. P. L. Simpson, re returned to his home in Daviess county "Niturdav j., e. j MlSSKs (.iATKWOOI AMI F.I.I.A CilVKXS, I.i.r.ie Hriglit nntl Hcssio Kugleniau and Mr. H. W. (livens are upending the week at Dripping Spiings. Mu. a si M us. J. C. Hays leave tomorrow for Kureka Springs, Ark., where the former hopes to regain his health, in K which his friends heartily unite. Mu. J. I. Hamilton, imstnl elerkon the K. C.,is oil" resting for a couple of weeks. Mr. W. K. Hay, of Klehmond, is filling his position during ids absence. Miss Ai.uk Hondi'iiant, a Louisville beauty, who is visiting near Danville, paid tliis olllco n pleasant visit yestenlay, accompanied hy .Mr. .Male wcisingcr, Mit. ani Mas. J. W . Hayhkn'b youngest child, Leo, has been at tho point of death witli cholera infantum, but was better yesterday. Little Josephine has also been sick, Mit. II. 11. MoDoniAi., of Louisville, who has been employed a few weeks as by tho First Naassistant of this place, goes home totional Hank day. Theiewas, as occasionally Imppens, a glut of business, which required temporary cleiical assistance, and Mr. McDougal proved himself an ndmir.iblo ami a very plensant and agreeable gentleman besides. book-keeper j ' -' book-keep- er Coi.. MMits. W. M. II tti.t., of Louisville, who hnvo been visiting Mr. and Airs. John W. Yerkesnt Danville, drove over on Knturday and paid ns a highly appreciated call. Col.' Hull is tho youngest as he Is one of tho brightest of tho editorial writers, ami is Courier-Journal a very "taking" fellow in overy respect, while his wife is a lovely little woman, thoiougldy in sympathy with his ambition to rank witli the most distinguished of Ills profession. democratic demonstration l tn the highest hiddir all the tock, crop and I arming implements of which l'oiit.-- In Kii.i.ki the recent war in campaign. naid decedent did poatcMi, Stevens county, Kiiiikis, Samuel Hobin-- j )K. has Loniliiig of about 50 head of cattle of which . Pint k, of Danville, tliero are 26 head of ) d Meer, o head of son, who is city marshal of llugoton and moved his dentnl of lice to Slnnford J )ear J hciferi, 4 null ccw and calves, about IT. s. maishal, has killed futir jogooil hoj, jjowj and pig, 6 brood marcs, and deputy ,l occupies the room lately vacated imkxI Liirn Arm tired to uuml men. lie is a I.iiiroln county boy, and j,y j)r, jj. Penny on street, liiindlekofuitii,iack. itaLret nf in the Stanford 1 share slock Itnllcr.MilU, 14 klurcs sto'k in the Stanford & tho citizens of his town, including the He will be ready for business on Monday Hulls tiap Turnpikd, buggy and liarncxs, "and icjks a share of your mayor, postmaster, banker-- , clerks, re-- . m.xt, the wjg in, sulky tiirniig pl.iw, '1 homas Hay Kake, li.unas Harrow , Muwinc machine, nnd all the conlers, school superintendent ami the! patronage. He comes well lecomniend-preacherf.irinuiK iiiiplfiiicnts usuilly kept on a well regulated farm. his father an unso-- j L.,i and has the reputatibn of being an have Term m.ie know,, on day of tale liciled ceitilicate that the killings wi.ru excellent dentist. JOI1NG. J. I. I.Y.NN, r.xicuu.r. in (lie tlctense of Ids own life ami that o( Also at same as nhovo, I Mr. J. Matt Martin Administratrix tune and plact' as ilei cl sell will, the HvmioriioiUA. bis futility, ninLthat he has the lespect, all of A. C. linker. gootl mule from hydrophobia a few stock, crup and farming implcmtiitHof said dece lot a esteem anil coiilitleiice of the ilwi I, consisting ul some cattle nnd horse stock, betwivn j Kianu 400 parrels ol turn, citizens of the whole section. Mr. days sgo. Three of Ids dogs went mad lot ol hogs, has. 16 sucks of 110 Imslivls ane'led uits, small, lot is very proud of the document, last mouth and from the elicits of their re, buggy anil harness, Uohinsoit wai;oii, mowing cfiine. Acme h irrow, plows and ma'iy other things as it gives the lie to the tumors that en- bites ho has already lost a mule, a cow wbii.h I lannot mctitiun on day emies nee put all'jut concerning his ami two sheep. We suppose people will Terms in.ido known MKS of salo Sjtd Al.ltli IL'CKhll learn after awhile that dog are the ino-- t bor. useless as well as the most dangerous Tin: MuCtearv Club at Iltiotoiivillehns1 property they tint own. BUTCHER SHOP. elected olliccrs as follow t: President, Dr. Hawkins Itrown; Tin: colored Odd Fellows made a most A. I have opened a butcher simp at Kow nud in P. Mutt, M. I.. Richards, K. Fishback, cietlitable display anil they seemed to tho IVirui Mure house and am ptepared to furnish tho pubic wall all kinds ol ni.uts. full and oysIsaac Shelby, Jr., P. ('. Hughes nnd Jas. enjoy the tlay greatly. The best of order ters in their season. As heretuloro I wi continmy wagon II. Taylor; secretary, W. 1.. Williamt. Wits preserved and everything was done ue, runningStanford and vicinity meat to my customers in M F ni.KIN . tf The club will have a rousing meeting decently ami nicely. The day's enjoywith a concert at the hall, next Saturday afternoon at - o'clock, ment closed when linns. It. C. Warren, M. C. Sautley iu which Misses Sophia and M. C. Whitand otheis will address them. Kvery-lod- y ley, Kliza Peyton, Will Fonescc, I.ige invited. This is the banner club Farmer ami others anpiittetl themselves Blouse 25 of the county in numbers, while the one sui prising! v well. s Two nillca bouth ct Stanford on Neul'i Creek at McKinney seems to be in enthusiasm. Wi: do not suppose that it makes much Address inc al Carlisle, Ky W, Clt AIG. Its membership reaches -- III; McKinney ilifl'ereiico with the reader, but we may has IU"; Stanford L'(X1; Kingsville (s)and THAT- I s'iy by way of apology for their ilullnes", Cmb Orchanl 150, making a total memof these paragraphs were writthat most bership of 7ol. Tills is good, but tliere ten by a man foreetl to lie flat of his Ho.idiuarter m Lancaster street for all kinds are enough of us to do a great ileal betback by two monster carbuncles, which if i'rcsli Vigetables, Canities, Uutterand ter. K.ggs, I'resh Cakes, Knlls and K.incy Oroctrics II VK seem to be eating his very soul out. of all kinds Also on this street we keep all kinds Tin: Coi.i.w.k.-I- W. J. M. Hubbard Job's little boils weie not n circumstance of drinks that uc arealluwed to keep 5J J. r. HAKKIS. tells us that he has everything in ready-nes- s nor was his patience a patching to ours. now for the opening of the College. Hiethteii, pray for us. OF The faculty is complete and has been seMr. M. Livingston, the lected with an especial eye to the tltness My (arm of 97 acres on the Stanford ft of each to preside over her department. clever young representative of the Linilln l'ikc, 6 miles from Stuntord and in one Lou- - mile, of Church Wilt sell publicl) .Mis l.tiima M. .McKean, tlie liuiy pnii coln L'tnil Company, skipped ofl'to isville Friday with Miss Lelia Dootvs, TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, '88. eipal, comes highly recommended as an the handsome daughter of Dr. W. M. the farm is well watend and under good fence n ml n stilemliil ..vi.Hi.iit orchird There is a Hnurian. She graduated three years ago Dooros, of Crab Orchard, ami made her and has on it a splendidand the outbuildings good house with four rooms Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchare wife. Mr. Livingston isa Now first class At the tame time and pKce I will sell at Hildwin I'liiversity, iu Ohio, with the maker with many years' experience, ail work done with neatness a lot of cattle ami mules. J A.MLS COVI.K, honors of her cliiss and hiissince tie- - er, but having married a Kentucky gill Stanford, Ky 45 td and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and 2ya Glasses to suit the voted himself to teaching. Our people he will now probably permanently re- eye. lllck tO llilll llllll MILLERSBURG Hi..iiiiiint. ul with flu. iiinritu nf in.i.t side with US. liood his! of the other teachers, who were born ami FEMALE COLLEGE ! raised witli us, and can feci satisfied that Tin-- Kowlautl club, consisting of A. J. in every par- Norman, 11. D. Thompson, W. L. Watts, the school will be A Modern Progressive School ticular. Prof. Hubbard will concentrate J. 1). Hnidy, Mike Kearns, J. F. Ferrell, L. Davison, V. 11. Where your daughters willrbc taught how to be his efforts to make it an honor to the W. It. Fretwell, W. section, and we trust that those who Holly, W. II. Miller, John Shafer, J. come true women, as well at thoroughly instruct (Gincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) have daughters to educate will assist H. White, Joseph P. Furrn, Arthur LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. KAVOKITE LINE 1JKTWKKN THE NORTH ANI) SOUTH. him in iloiug so. It should be the pride Pierce, C. K. Johnson, L. A. Farris, J. F. Address llf.V. C. I'Ol'U, I'rcudent, LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW. ORLEANS, IP. of all our citizens to assist iu building up LiKue, I. J. Ramsey, T. W. Hamilton, or MKS. S. C. TKUKUKAKT, ami maintaining tho school, and we hope Tom Farloy and F. L. Darst, put a 37 Lady Principal. IN 33 ii HOURS. Mlllershurg, Ky. to neo it start out most auspiciously on dollar apiece in the Louisiana Lottery Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. the ltd of September, ami at tho drawing last week they were KENTUCKY THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. fortunate enough to get Slo.OO), a twenA Yoi'sn TniKr'. Charlie Helm, a tieth of tho capital prize of SiOO.OOO. IICTKXA.ssII:ouT, son of Harrison Helm, went They have placed their claim iu the Agricultural and Mechanical Mr. S. II. Shanks' store Saturdav into First National H.uik nntl are in high ASSOCIATION. evening and asked Will Severance for a CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN MAY G, 1883. feather over tho S71"i that each will resmall box. Will, nccommoilatiiig, as us ceive. This looks pretty huge, but a Sept. ,V. lUso, Wild U.ike, mil, complied with his request. Helm 14J13A..D TJI?. Oct. 15, 18S7, Sudle I), yrl , 35J;: UKABDOWX. bank cashier tells us that the communiOct. u, i88j, lllnila Kusc, j'ly,; watched his chances to till his box, ami ty does' not catch even witli the lottery TR Al NS NiriiTir." Aug. 31 iS7, llrown ll.il, ptcer, any, T 'AiS No. j. N. 1. ' No. 6. preferring shoes to anything else, slip- by u good ileal, No. s. No. . Sept. 4, ibbti, Jeruini' 'turner. 2:1!; No. 7, .0, 3, STATIONS. lie says that fully $100 No. t. November 11,1811, MAUU S., itooj uauv. ped iu a pair. He left the storo as soon Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily. Dally Ex. Sun. Daily a mouth has gone from here nearly ever as ho had accomplished ids desire and LEXINGTON, - - - KY., 817 a m ,A'rv 640am (141pm 10 3j a 6 00 p m Ciiicinnali ... m 7 55 a m I vc since the lottery was established and this m S Villi.1mst01vn., ,Ivc 5 j a in .... 11 p r,i went to Miine unfrequented spot nntl is ... 30 a m '.. m, 9 9 5' a tho ilrst tlraw of nny consequence yet. 7 ii a m 308 pm 4 10 tieorgetown, in in'10 a 10J9 trietl his shoes on. Finding they were pm 7 no a ni j o pii -- . 3 4$ a l.cMMKIon.... 10 15 a j la it 11 ,10 p m It will give a big impetus to tho business J S a in 10 p Dam .. ' J 30 a in m i tot small, he sought tho storo of S. L. M 'O ,i i 10 p m in, 13 Junction City.. here, but we hope those who want to AUC. 28, 29, 30, 3 AND SEPTEMBER I . I "3 pin tli a m 3 50 p in s :w m ou p in puii a Powers it Co., nntl without tho knowlin Somerset m i jopi 05 05 JO I' iu play it will consider how great mo the Oakdalc .. .. ........ u5si.rn 1$ am 7 3 a a in 1 15 pi 6 jo pin), edge of Mr. Powers or any of his clerks chances against them before they put up Ar'i ..Chittanoocu.. l.'se 7 lop a m 4 ix a m 900 a m 1000 p in Competition Open to the World, a in, i 00 p in I.'ve...Clutliiiooga... .Ar'v 6 n. ji swappetl them for a larger pair. Just as their good money. 1 13 pm Ar'v P m ... !" Iliriniiighani,. lie hud accomplished the trade and was !.' ri jjpn j 30 a 10 p l Tnse.iliKisa to in to a m .. 4$ u DEATH'S DOINGS. thinking no doubt of the tlguru he would (irauil Tournament, (ieiitleinen Kideri in Cos4o a e ,0 pm1.. Ar'k.. .Meridian .. l.'ve 10 II ml . r v New Orleans .I.'sc 9 05 p in jrnji m tume l.acli Day. Crow nins of the Queen of iu y jj a cut on the following Sunday w.itli his Charles "Wolford, Past Grand Master lleauty, Saturday, 'leptcinlicr 1st. .Ar'v in 00 pm ,., I.'sc. ...Mdndian 5 10 6 J pin new shoes, Mr. J. D. Swain, ono of Mr. of tho Sovereign Lodge of the World, In- ..Jackson,..,, .Ar'v l.'ve ... 4 0op ,.. ii0 con I. vc. .ViLk.buig. ta Powers' clerks, became auspicious ami tlepent Order of Odd Fellows, died at Ids TWO SIACES EACIK DA Y M I.'so. tm ... io$ a m i J9SJ sf Shrusepnrt,... ;:r;j.v.::.:r...i l 000 a ni taking tiie box from him, looked at its home in Louisville, ngt;d "S. I'llKIC t.adii's and Cluldru.i under u cars of at;e adiiiltteil t'roc the lirst day. UliaiUiio.).! at y oo,a t. No. 10 leaves contents. Tills of course gave the whole Miss. Ktta Maiian, the lust of the N. II. Train No. 9 loavos Dak.lulc at 5 15. M, and arrives in Special Trains on nil railroad at reduced rati. hattanasus) Rt s rrn, l. XI. n! .rrivus at Oakdalc at 3 J3. story away and the negro, who was Reared four daughters A. C. Stagg, died Mural lla'l open every day and will Lost I'tanir.of ISssudmr lluflct hleepniK Car on all triun neatly out of his wits, wan allowed to go Saturday in Jessamine county nntl was ihu .Hi upr iiirtncr tuiurni.tiiiiu unit cataioguti H COI.I.llltAN, tien'l Krt. A I'ass. Agt. JOHN' C.'t.Al'l.r.sif ior,.l i.l....r. uddriws the Secretary. this time, with the promise that he would biouglit to Ilanodhbiirg Sunday "for in neral Superintendent. It, ( 1. I'. JOHNSON', President. r "" Street, Cinciiiiiati. Ohio. TIIOS. I MAKTI.V.hncrotnry. (Jeitei.il Ofi.i is, t. I'anl I'. ' i ., V nevtii'do tho like again. ' (!. 0..K. tgniicnt. SEPT. i, .. car-ol- j ! GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. j 1 I s, M-n- t g 1 111.1 NEW s, I WALL PAPER and PCTT'7.IT'0,EIIS. FOR SALE. and complete:stock always on hand. :f:d:elaj3:ej Acres Land LOOK OUT obsebye -- M'ROBERTSSTAGG FOU SATiTi. s A FUi.lL ASM&ariMGiMT WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Kiiu-kmcs- McCor.-nact- ii.iii-lii.- r iIim-ih- . oik-lli-- st j m-.- i I : tlrst-clas- s ! QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. link. i-- t J 's-'l"- . 111, 1111 111 1 1 111' 11 .1 111 111 111 111 4 1 . ill;-...- . I 1,1 1 111 11 5 .1 1 1 1 1 1 11 111 11 111 111 111 Alt-ili- i5-KR- 111 11 111 1:1,1.1 Q 1 .1 1 V A 4 . . 111 . . , 1 . Mil V A of-M- r. , I . I . A v ?su.jr m This is to notify you that I will leave Stanford about the 25th of Septembei to embark in the wholesale bus ness in the West. I am conrcsRiv Hi COMPELLED TO CLOSE OUT MY STOCK, that account. Should you need any CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SHOES or FURNISHING GOODS now or later on, it will pay you to borrow money to buy them now. Never in the history of Lincoln County were such BARGAINS offered as I am offering now. The goods must be sold, and unless sold to one party, will be sacrificed at such pricss that you will buy if you hear the figures. On -- 1 -- fc "WTsifc Rich and Poor, 1'rlnco and Peasant, the Milllonnlro and Day Lnboror, by their common uso of this remedy, attest tho world-wid- e rep. titntion ot Ayer's Pills. leading recommend these pills fur Stomach and Liver Trouble, Costlve-nes- t, lilliotiincs.s, and Sick Hondnelio; also, for ltlieumatl.sni, Jaundice, nnil ; conNeuralgia, They are sugar-coatetain no calomel ; are prompt, but mild, In operation ; and, therefore, the very best medicine (or Family Use, as well as for Travelers and Tourists. " I Iiavn derived great rollef from Ayer's Pills. Five years ago I was takon so ill with phy-niciu- nt d You lose an opportunity of a life time. Come at once while the stock is yet in good shape. Every article will go; nothing reserved and nothing will be charged during the final sale. Fall and winter goods at 40 per cent less than cost. l,y T D. KLASS, Stanford, Ky. .TEl-WEn Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal spice-lovin- g Nature Xeveh Forgives Excesses. Tho immature libertine, the all delude gourmand, tlio themselves with tho hope of stealing a ninrch on fortune! of anticipating her favors by enhancing tho blessings of the certain present at the expense of an uncertain future. 'The excesses of youth," says n British moralist, "are drafts on tho health of old age, payable with heavy interest some L'O or 30 years after." But the truth is that such mortgages are not only apt to be be foreclosed, but tho extortion of the grievous interest is rarely postponed beyond the end of each day. For nature never fails to resent the insult by a depiessing reaction, far more protracted than the abnormal exaltation, thus making the next result of tho experiment a decrease, rather than an increase of our normal share of happhuss. The Forum. wine-bibbe- r, are Made. While rival companies are disputing as to what ingredients are to be found in the "best baking powder" the public will be interested in tho following definition of these now indispensable articles as given by Appleton's Cyclopedia, the acknowledged American authority. "The best baking powders are composed of bitartrate of potash (cream of tartar , tartaric acid, carbonate of ammonia and soda bound together by a little starch." How Baking Powders 1.KK Stanford, 1 II I" KIDMAN", Kkstvckv, SURGEON DKNTIST, Office south side Main, to doors above Depot Si, EDWARD II. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, IDA.SfVILt.K, ICY. s Has moved to his decant new building opposite the postolfice and is better than ever prepared lo accommodate the public with fine pictures from photograph to life sue. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ao Mo 3DK,Tja-C3-ISnuTTfiR PENNY 9 & 9Uitp V!j pnnws BTATTfiVP.nv FANCY ARTICLES. &0. Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded, tA o T ,. 7 l"SSS jf i'm I rv Ak'ia Pfc H 1wJ ssv.ss it 1. W. 11. MeGmnis shot and killed a negro at Iturgin because he made an in-- ! decent proposal to his wife. To tho Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties- The Stanford Roller Mills Cnmpanv warts your whole wheat crop of and vvillpsy in cash (he highest market price -r it Do nni sell without teeing Superintendent Pottt at the Mill first the undertone J Her Mills Co Pres Stanford il iS-f- ' THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Central Normal School and Business College, Pleasureville, Henry Co., Ky. Fall session opens first Tuesday in Sept., SS; 23.50 pays table board, room rent and tuition forteu weeks. Private board $2 per week; room rent 50c per week. Business College equal to any in the State. Schools of Music and Art taught by artists of Ability. Short-hanTeleg- -' d, ' ' Frank Phillips, who was jailed at Shenandoah, la., for outraging a girl, was taken from jail, given aroat of tar and feathers and whipped with n blacksnake whip till ho was nearly exhausted. He should have been hung, but ho wasn't. A mob of negroes took a couple of their race from tiieir homes in Madison tho other night and severely whipped them for voting the democratic ticket. Ten of the number have been captured and will be prosecuted under the ktiklux act, which makes such oflenses punishable by long terms in tho penitentiary. A Cheap Ice Chest. Take two dry goods boxes, one of which is enough smaller than the other to leave a space of about three inches all around when it is placed inside. Fill the space between the two with sawdust packed closely, and cover with a heavy lid made to fit raphy and Typewriting taught by competent teachers. Three hundred and twenty-fivmatriculates last year. We have the school and at living prices. Send for catalogue, Address J. B. Se- crest, President. e Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The bejt salve in the world lor cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped Hands, chilblains, corns anil all skin eruptions, and positively cures plies, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. I'rtce 3$ cents per box. For sale by A. R Penny, Stanford, Ky m m I took threo taxes of Ayer's PUN ami was entirely cured. Slum tlnit tiluu I am never without a box of these pills." Peter Clirl.steu.icu, Sherwood, Wis. "Ayer's Pills liao liecn In use in my family upward of twenty jours and li.ivo completely verified nil that is I'laltued for them. In attacks of piles, from which I suffered many yearn, they afford greater relief than any other medicine I over tried." T. F. Adams, Holly Springs, Texas. " I have used Ayer's Pills for a number o( years, and have never found liny-thiequal to them for giving mo an appetite and imparting energy uud htreugth to tho svtem. I always keep theiu in the house." It. 1). Jackson, Wilmington, Del. " Two boxes of Ayer's Pills cured mo of severe a sufferer." Emma Keyes, Hublmrdstou, Muss. "Whenever I nm troubled with constipation, or sufTer front loss of appetite, Ajer's Pills set me right again." A. J. Kiser, Jr., Hock House, Ya. "Ayer's Pills are In gehernl demand among our customers. Our sales of them exeeed those of all other pills combined. Wo liavo never known them fall to give entire satisfaction." Wright & Huunelly, San Diego, Texas. from which that I Rheumatism was unablo to do any work. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Kver brought t tint mirkM Pru es lower than thelowex. Wad he, CI hA ai.J Jew r) Re. paired on sliuM uoti.e and rraite'l .. TAZES ! TAXES ! To The Voters of Lincoln County: The Tas llool. are lino ready 1 r iS'.S anJ I will am ready to receive the taxes Kvervbodv pleav- - come forward and pav early T I) NF.WLAND. S I. C 30-- tf Mo Co bicjp;l:ii:y9 i Is Receiving His STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE STANFORD. KY MERCHANTTAILOR SPRING . Headache, long I was J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDENT. Iaghtecnth vc.ir begins on AND SUMMER GOODS. Giva him a Trial Monday, September 3, '88 Carefully selcled corps of teachers TIXTouh instruction Cood discipline llrst methods iiend fur circulir 44 Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guarant3od, Is Consumption This remedyts becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who "Mr. iMUiotein, I love your daughter hav c u.cd Klectric Hitters sinjr the same song of sincerely and long to make her my wife. pr.iisu A purar medicine does not exist and it is May I venture to ask your permission?" guaranteed to do all that is claimed, lilectric Hitters will cure all diseases of the I.lver and Kid"My young vriend, von you ask me for neys, will remove Pimples, Rolls, Salt Ubctim and my daughter's hand you ask me to make other affections caused by Impure blood. Will too great a sacrifice." "Well, Mr. Isaac-stei- drive Malaria from the system and prevent as . For cure of I will transfer my affections else- well n cure all Malarial I'evt-rslle.ulache, Coiutipatlon and Indigestion try ElecGood-day.- " "Comeback, tric Hitters lintlre xatisf.tctlon K.uir.intued or where, then. my young vriend, come back! You can inonev refunded Price 50c imd $1 per battle a have her. Hut, by chiminy, you don't A It Penny's drugstore n, neatly inside tho larger box. insert a small pipe in the bottom of the chest to carry on" the water from the melting ice, and you have a very cheap and tolerably effective ice box for family or grocers' use. Head the following: Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess of the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me me an Incurable consumptive. Regan taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle and able to oversee the work on my farm It is the finest medicine ever made." Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption I would have died of Lung Troubles. Wa given up by doctors. Am now in the best of health ' Sample bottles free at A. It. Penny's drug store Incurable ? Mr. C. II. Morris, LT7MBER YARD a n- I Jee riiKrAiti'.D nr Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Hold by all Dealers in Medicine. Ayer's Pills, KentuckyGentralR. R.j "hi.le GKArfri uorj"r :. ROUTE THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Fruni l have purcha.ed the lumVr yards of Mesin Oeorge I) Wcir.n u id I llrui an J ill open by yard at the - pun luted uf Mr Wearc lletidet lumb-- r in t .US and drr.xd, I will carry a Urge line of m tathet, ileort and thinglct, lath.. and the pn 1st fence fnrmcrly toll l Mr. eaten. h t. IIDCKKK i.tvr V IK) "4 pt ! c w. iir.T' tK z J s IIA CENTRAL KENTUCKY To all Points ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS MBTOALP AHYS. Will HAYS ACTS. I il AT LAW & REAL ESTATE A No. 1 Electric Bitters. Washington Co. Farm For Sale. I 35; S3i..?Sii SOUTH-WS 1. $ &SH ' R. Ji. GEOGHEGANU .SLCti:SM)R TO The Farm contains 8. Acres, situated on the Sprincfield and I'crryville nikr. t miles from the former and 8 miles from Lebanon. Surrounded ui b u iciuiuip, .iiiuui. iiu viniriiir iiiiu 11 adapted to alt the favorite grain and grisies crown In Kentucky. Hat good houM', barn and other outbuildings Plenty of 'astin; vtater and in a high state of cultivation For further particulars, address E.S I'OWF.I.L. Husf.nvillc, Kr C. A. BENEDICT & CO., FAST LINE BETWEEN I LEXINGTON SCIIKDl-I.F. & CINCINNATI. M'MIOHAEL, I' M VV THE HATTER. rapintlcncc tale. Inf rmaii llARIIOVRVII.IJand PtNr.VILI ,K pratue in anv ' utt in I.aitetn Kenlu ky Ksaminatioti. .if jn lliHet mn ametultv Anv ,a and mineral lands f r sire lra.it ..f timl,.-- . m toll, itetl. lurmsheJ on any point and jji if or VD IN KFFKC No. V. ,o, ,u ' No. 4 0U 4T" AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A I iTHAT FIGHT all d s.fCV1J,Slmmon.,. St-Prop'r vl.A.SIirimoni Liver Medicine. Est'J .Soutli-lloun- Well Drillers & PuDip Adjusters, ')" Arr J Daily. Kx.Siin I.ve Covington.... 8 jo a mi 3 in I.vc ralmouth..... io oj a in, i) nt m 10 i.vt t:vntni.itia .. it nc l m STANFORD,' KV Wells drilled to order and I'ump. furnished .always get such a bargain eil'eiy day!" factory prices. ! Tho "conscience fund" at Washington, jo which is designed to receive sums of I havcopened a Ilrick Yard and no have 18 000 money voluntarily returned to the gov- brick ready for sale, or I will tale contracts to j build them in walls fresh mcili umv who have stolen in in VxnArtdale's ce larIkecnmvfurnish Mioat, ISeef ..X ernment by people ft . and can ( A. 2 ) V. r. RAMSEY. ' tho past, and afterward desire to make ana .Minion at all times. restitution, now amounts to nearly $400,-00LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE It speaks well for tho later honesty CRABORCHARDSPRINGS RAILROAD. Philadelphia Timer-- . of tho country. I BRICK T ARID MuiO SX. - T2 I.esington I.ve Paris Arr Winchester.. Arr Richmond... Arr Lancaster.... Arr Stanford I.ve Richmond ... Arr llerea Arr l,e Kington.. ., North-ISouth. '' " ...in a in 10 (o p in 30 p m 11 jo P in 11 50 a in 10 5s P m J5 p m,n J5 p m on p m 5 10 p mi ' discount of 10 per rent. i 2 o p in orders sent Ur Hat. tun a 38pm vertneinent iiie.iii..inin pjjier 4 jo p m 5 10 P m ipj given 1111 of the uxove ! Tho Original Wins. ijr ! i.m inumnjjuN. lIlLIOtl iJTSrKPSIA.Sirk- llrn.tr.,,. 610 p in m m tn m m jj ooop R 'o p 05 p 7 10 p 6 m p 8 40 p 5 Chesapeake & Ohio PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID i"r.v uwuit 1 TRAINS- - SJi "5 p in1. 3 io p in, . P 3. IE.A.ST To No. No. 1. No. 5. Washington, Richmond Old Point Comfort. and 0. Our imports of fruits cost about per year. Of oranges and lemons OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. '250 cars of prewo get 18,000 served fruits and L'l'o cars of other fruits. Fine Hi its and String Band in Attendance from .Sixty million pounds of prunes were reRates greatly reduced 0 July ttt to September 1st. ceived, 7,000,000 pounds of tigs, Si per day and Jio per weoV and upward pounds of raisins, and 0,000,000 lbs. THOMAS NEWMAN, Manager ; of almonds. JAS C. KINO, Resident Supt.; $'20,-000,0car-load- s; Crab Orchard, Ky. '1 be Great THROUGH TRUNK LINE. To The I.ve I.vc Arr I.vc Lve Arr Lve Arr Arr Lve olt.OOO,-00- SOUTH & WEST With Lve Lve Lve Arr Covington. ... Livingston... S rs) llerea 10 3$ Richmond Stanford a in 5 a5 a m 5 45 Lancaster ... Richmond,... 11 DO a in 6 50 Richmond,... I 30 p ml 6 50 Winchester.. t 5 P "'I I Paris.. 1 '$ P '", Lexlugton ... 3 00 p m l3S Paris 3 40 p in 30 Cynthtana ... 400 p in 9 ii a in p in 10 03 a tn Falmouth LATEST To f' Louis vilo and T. Oinolinnatl AND Daily Kx. Sun. m 111 ConncLlion,direcl for all points in the .nouui nave Deen dead but w. jm wcnuine .11. mont Liver Medicine. I aim. have to tmbslltute "Zellln's stull" for jour Medl RMfF, cine, but It don't answer the purpose." EPpu1 VJ.:lm IV r,'avei. Editor Tkt uurmi, lenn. recelveil a nirb... nf n...viiysj il Medicine, and have used halfof It. It works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator and eer. ' no tnore oi Ztlllu'i mixture. .uiUL.. A,1,,;,. Tenn., writes; "1 ii. iiMmi in. t ktc, tr j, hJ WEST NORTH SOUTH-WES3 00 3 50 4 30 5 S 8 50 WEST I -- p m p tn p m p m V IN EFPKCT NOV 13, '87. Is' O DO P m " 35 a in " An Atlantic City paper hun utlvci tfetl for a tloaf tuul dumb liouavkcepur. Why will yon coush when Shi oh's Cure will give immediate relief! Price 10c, 50c ?nd $1.00., McRobcrts&Stasi:, Stanford, Ky., Crow A Co. McKinney, Ky.J E. W.J ones, Crab Orchard, Ky Are you made miserable by Indigestion, Coniti panon, Diiziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow SLint .itlve cure. McRoberts Shlloh'sVitaliier is a .V Stajg, Sunford, Ky. ; Crow & Co., McKinney. Ky.; K. W. Jones. Crab Orchard, Ky. The Rev. Geo. If. Thayer, of Ilourbon, Ind. lays: "ltoth mykelf and wife owe out lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cur:. McRoberts A Stagg, Stanford, Ky.-- , Crow ,V Co, McKinney, Ky ; K, V. Jones Crab Orchard, K 1' r Shiloh's,Caurrli Remedy, u potiiive cure for . Mcllob Catarrh, Dyphlbena uud crts it Stags, Stanford, Ky ; Cr m ,V Co., McKinW. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky. ney, Ky,; . Canker-Mouth- l34l nil KD.MISTON, Clerk. MALE SEMZNAE7 STANFORD, KY., Will open the first Monday in September, In the higher department boys will be prepared for Col. who deslrn can AIo take a practical course, including flunk Keeping. Penmanship will be taught on scientific pnnci. pies, by the anal sis of the letters English Composition and Declamation will receive special attention l'uplls will be trained in tho artol ex. tetuporancous sneaking DUcipline will be kind, but firm; good behavior and diligent application being demanded ol ail. I'rimarv uudiIs uillhe uell drills! In ilmu. !,..(. les that constitule the basis lor a thorottih education. principles of honor and morality will be int lied and habits of courtesy will be required The I'rliiclnal brlmrttn this srhnnt 9 (,mA of skill and experience obtained from the work of many yearn in English and Classical Schools, Terms per Settion of ten scholastic months: l'rimary, $15: Jt$; Academic $13. Tuition payable quarterly Deduction only in case of protracted sickness. AI.KX. S. I'AXION, Principal. ;4. ltKe or University the High-tone- ; : 1,' " daily except Sunday. No. 3J leaves Covington at 830 am. arrives at lUllimorc. Falmouth at 10 a Sunday only No. Philadelphia ... Memphis, leaves Falmouth 30 4 10in; arrives at Covimrton31 at urn. New York at 6 30 p m; Sunday only No. 15 leaves I.exing. Atlanta, ton 7 15 p m, arrives Paris 7 ej p m. No. 8 leaves Lexington Diviiion Tr ains run by Central Ii me (.avlngton 3 ao p 111, arrives ralmouth 7 ao o m. Main I.ineTrains eatt o( lliinlineton run hv Ka., Montgomery, No 7 leaves Falmouth at so a in. arrives at C ov crn time, which it one hour faster than Central Ington at 7 50 a m, , time. Little Rock, ADDITIONAL TRAINS. No. 11, dally oiuiii r.Av.r,ii,iu.UAii NO I'K. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win- j Mobile and New Orleans. Sunday, leave Olive Mill 4:43 a m; Mt. Sterj Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other olher ling 7 ooam; aritve Lexington 835 a m; arrive at trains aruaily except numlay. Cincinnati via Winchester 11 35a m, Newport News & MissiValley Co. Direct connection is made at Winchester with To. 11, dally except Sunday, leave Cincinnati Chesapeake & Ohio for Ml. Sterling, Ashland loop m; Lexington 535 p m; arrive Ml. Sterling Huntington, Charlestan, W. Va. and Kattern cities 713 pm; Olive llYl 9 10 p m Only one clianje to points in FAST LINK. Nos. 1 and 4 run via WinchesNo. 5, daily, leave Clifton Forge at 00 a m; ter. Solid trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars, be- Charleston u 30 p 111; arrive Athland 57 40 p m; & tween Cincinnati nnd Richmond, a., and Win- - Colnmbus 11 17 p ni. cneitcranu wasntngion. No. 6, daily Athland 7 10 a m; arrive at Through tickets and baggage checked to any Cnarlettnn I'orge 7 36 p m EMIGRANTS it it m; Clifton an destination reached lv a railroad. on inrnugn trains Vuliman Mecping For full particulars address any agent of the Co. Seeking home. on the line of ihit road will receive Old Dominion Steamshiot leave Norlork on Mon. S. F. .MORSK, E. II.I1ACON. Thursday and Satur-- . dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Special rates, Traveling Pass'g'r Agt., Gen'I Pass'g'rAgt,, New "fork. m WSce agents ot this Company for rates, routes Lexington, Ky, Covington, Ky, day at63op Ac,, or write to ror Tickets, Rates, Information, etc., apply t0 H.K HUNT1NOTON, General vl nir.r. office or address C. P. ATMOIIE. O. C. A T. A., . Ickrt II. W FULLER, GonOfflces. Covington, Kentucky. W. C. WICKHAM, Louisville, Ky Receiver. Oen'l Pa.,. Ag Louisville On the Maysviile Ilranch, No. 9 eaves Paris at 830, a m anil No. 11, at 50, p tn, arriving at Mavsville at 10 .o. a m. and 7 so. p m. No. to leaves Maytvillc at 6 00, a in, arriving at Paris at 830, am. No. 1 J leaves Maysviile at 105 and arrives at Paris at 3 3$, p in. These trains arc To Nashville, I.ve Louisville 7 on p m 6 50 a . rtrr i.tnnjiun lo 35 p m II So a " White bulphur Siirings.j 3 to a unarioitsviiie VAljunct 5 10 p m 11 4a p " Riclnnond 9 00 i tn 3 50 P " Newport New 10 35 a in 6 35 p " Did Point Comforl 11 00 a m 7 00 p rsorioik n 40 a m 7 40 p Washington 8 23 p 940pm m m m m m m m 1 1 15 p m 11 '5 P m 3 to a in 3 00 a m 0 7o a m 6 Vo a ni fl) QUISVIltt.MlwAtlAIITlCMlfilcaTJf A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving lloih LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Sectiret to Travelers, 1 THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Kver attempted between the Un, K,ver a'"l ChicaifO. and hene. . '"1 time and nititt tween , ,loll , in ,h, So fccomforub,. trains be. Northwest. The of trunk lines is denominated" The Ithis train onsll he'V ARKANSAS TEXAS. ee fr Untii'!KlbcS,,S?l,,0ck you will imlled ! an Coupon f,a our tuneTicket ...J frVi?, .v.. .?.0?.,h table. I0n Munon and stick to Monon. Il .ZV 'L. ,0 ",e mon'Y ln,i Pleatanl Journey K O. McCORMICK. IMt.enger Agent. Chicaso C,, ,,cke' ''Kcntsand Ollicers'cicnrii, j,7 .h, KA LouitWUKv '' ' ToNnwck. u Vine Ave Cincinnati, - Ohio t "i '' P'rS '"' ""' - ft M Ufij V. , 'C ,.V S Wvv ,ti IpPa penw--.! -- "' '"" " X. "" "ID iifriLim usntsssaaiM W.IW nasi its. imiiNi r iiMwiw,r,iWWpl5i'sKW! "js."'.fej; ,. ;. ' ..,. '"a. : ni, iijiiii, n , m ,j n