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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888081701 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. lMTBr s, i f ,imiimi n n , 1 I. ii mi iiniin iim tHitp Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. fowl-yar- Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST -- 17. 4888. NO. 54. 8. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN 1MT. COD IS LUYR AND NOTHING RSK. 1'UA.IfcJK TIIW iiOUU. llAKNl FROM OKOHUKO. (iixx Maiiv, Tksx., Auk- - ' Ik u (Continued from last isine.1 A curioiiH tlilnjf, till rokr. It roitl l. wt i.i V hut u; call elum-oii- l I'liurroil coal. is baked in round only cliarrotl wood. It ovJnn, with mloor In onu hUIo uliout II foot IiIkIi lv - broad, at a khww; and a ruiiinl vent atop, with a inuvablo to latu drauht. Skill in cvurytliln, after vour eoal 1h found eokeahle. To tire too much will coniHinie. To (Iro too little is to fail in cokein. In SO hours, carefully watched, your 1150 buwhelH of alack, to learn. At 'r.'M i ii. promptly appear two vewhich the charge of one oven, will and coke U hicles to lear us uphill to the meeting. huuholH of yield l.0 is a light John's exquisite turn-ou- t worth more than coal, bushel forhu.-dicl- . wagon, drawn by the daintiest litWhen it in. cooked, water iritlinHioiif in Jet, carefully applied, to cool it ott tle white mules that, to us, ever woie gradually. Then with it lnrpe potato-Utwr-li- ke liHrncf; gentle as dogs; Htrong; fearless iiiijtleuii'nt, it In clawed out of steam; true to pull; and, driven by of the door, Mill hot, but no more like .John, would Hcr.nnldi' mi u iltT nt nn the coal that went In, black and idiivcr- - angle of I.V, as deftly as gojits. Ivahh , ! to miuill fragment, .ii... "chalk im i little creature-- out of whom the iuevil- .. i to liavc lici-(. .. alile kick tIiiniii:i i. in rilCITM. ti...- ISTllllilllS i... 1 III.,lisiIIKV i l. l'crhaps it is only latent. Hut it at times lustrous maw, gray, in long, llakey slabs of varying sicr, and will neer be developed, under the kind ... fioni all t ..i ...Hi. .,,11.- - . iettinv treatment tliev reei-ivniiiiji'n, it.. i.. iu iiii, .t.... iiiii mi., i iiiiii imiiiiniii;( The team Is in the country as the pieces fall together, and utterly. "Chancy Knob" that lies acres the unlike the mineral it came from, except In combustible qualities. Its heating titlot of (ileu Mary. Sister Claike and power liears nlraut'llif same ratio to coal the girls mount the IVedonia wagonette; ...... t:..i.ii . . , !... Hi. I..i.i. I mm ,.!.,. r....l .....i,..r.w illi inn mi- - Him- ipnnmrn mil iiKiiui imuj mil nn i nun inn luuii'iiii n imiii wiiml. I follow in another Kredo-nii- i, arc these them; while gueKsing at this. Womlcrful diawn by a neat black man, ami furnace revelations to me. I hanlly dare Ii i veil by good old Itm. Keeps with io iiiiiik tiieui uui for iuvr.ru, much l ll1' "Hmwiiw by the for others. Hut 1 feel sure that wc have tl,l He is from "" ' to learn vet, if we will but learn much ldigland," and sjieaks its broad it, of that "riches of grmv" in two well- ' America. It known hcripttiriv: "The elder shallserve ,,illI,,,, ""L "f,t'r 0 i. ..it .....i .i SIJIlllVI, IIM" n.i... i... i r.in.11 r is uitiiic to uie. ax are all the iHHVriiiL'C .IIVII. PI HIT I,i,,,,'!' l'h'cts of the tiibes of Irtmel, that llrst'and the llrst last." . i i inhabit the "Isles of the Went." 'Jen- .i in. .iiiiim iniiri ii'iiiii nun ui"i- ..i... ic ' and ".Mary" are the little mules of go "far have inNft and srtn:n:i.aie to love" them in the scale of futuiv do- - the snowy coats. "Sallie" is our gentle rv. Have we no levon like that to learn'." hlack. T'"' stirring life of the cottage is kept Verily, ves. "He that hath cam to hear . rest are blind and ',l vigorous point by .lohnV two neph-.!.let him hear." The boys of 10 and - now vWt, till their scIkkiI life in Alh- 1 thought it over, again, the other day ' wm.v an "'.' "' pike ovens; now I as I stood alK.ve John's KiiiLlv iiinl l.'..iui..tl. Clarke are lovelv Htcpplng nside to avoid their tlery bn-at- l ohlL'iiiL': as the hot llame isuinsl fnuu the chim children: snrinhtlv: obedient: and in every way so lovable that this , u with uieiumi-!"nev tops; now , ., . ........ I....I. ny . of our (ileu Marv life would- Im as irom tlie liimio; wnea- - siacs, i... .i. nkctch uie I'H'on'I'lete without the.rbcau-l- y on-- 1 che.niMry of what uiarvllous timl personalities in the full fore-thgo on in II..K, was changing to coke, a high-- ' !,',,"", eventually was to command .im-- . ii.iv nv 'inv iii .inn uui, iii iiiiii price than even block in os'ii mar down, now, for II days, full of great, unket. pleasures. The lines of the Ye who "plow with my heifei" shall utterable pretty picture so imperfectly drawn w ith none else. read my riddle so indelibly charming as written We have had a blessed meeting in ""i tK'ii; .. . H) "memory tal.lets, will never Mary. "IJid I f loving hearts, leaders of the blind" have held aloof, as ' ""rely, the dear I.OUD, knowing what usual. The "humble souls have been Wtf " toitl,, l,,"'!" " made glad." We have nexcr lacked lis- to gather strength and courage for the t many a rougl ... "the open 'i andi further jnurnev; with fortablv addivssed place in it, mayhap, where the thoughts the joy of teaching the willing has been of Ulen Mary ahd its mercies shall be to d, cohc-hIiujw- tw with Its pretty, peckiiij;, crow-ini- i, cackling ilenizi'iiH, how chai tiling it all is! "Ilruicer," the barely grown, half-huldog-puin bin untrained but promising youth, Is rather it trial than a comfort; seeing he fiercely bays at the menus visiting me nottse, ami lias nearly bitten one or two. Wilt) llllVI' llll'OIl- Mileiately ntruck at him with stick or' stonej while he has formed inconvenient alliances with strange curs, whom lie allows to march, unmolested, through the premises; and evidently thinks the vagrant pigs ought to have the run of the yard aNo; not even rebuking one sow, who has already devoured III out of 10 of the most recently hatched brood of chickens, and threatens to decimate tlii fnul-viinItill "It.nUi.r" learn to do the right thing later on; for lie lacks not intelligence and is willing l, l. 1 Kre-don- ia - i ' lliie-graiue- e well-know- n Litter to R. C. Warren. DkakSik: It was claimed by some of the prohibitionists ai Turnersville last Saturday that jour "respnuV to Dr. I.wis, W. II. .Murphy ami W. V. Haiiey was written for puhin.i'.ion. It was proposed by some that it be published. I opposed this, stating that I looked at it us a friendly, courteous letter and should be treated more as a piivate correspond ence than a paper intended for the pub lic. My request was heeded. Hut I l! it now that I was niiitukeu. Its appeal- auco in tne I.sTKiiioa Jom.vw. of Tues day Indicates that It was intended for campaign thunder and honey. All par ties will agree that ! had nothing whatever to do with the invitation sfiit you to engage in a discussion at Titiuersville. As matters have assumed their present shape,1 di'ctuit proper that should notice some tilings in your letter. 1. In the introduction (1 stippuc edi torially) it U stated that ".Mr. Wan en gives his reasons for not wishing to debate against a question which from a moral standpoint he is in sympathy of the with, and they strike tho position of the democrats in this campaign." I suppose that is true with many democrats, hut not all. Think of a man set out with his party to purify the government; their mom! sympathies are on one sitle of a great national Nuc, but their platforms, papers, preferences and politics are on the other sitle! If you keep that position, watch that you do not An Open 1 HUSTONVILLE. Mrs. CVwl nml .smith Yowell me both su tiering front typhoid fever. A little negro at' T. L. Carpenter's fell from an apple tree ami broke an Ask For Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and bo suro you get it, when you want tho best lorty years &r With its ( of unexampled sue- U cess in the euro ot I Blood Diseases, you can mnko no mis-- , I tako In preferring blood-purlfler. AND SURGEON, VERXON, W V. arm. A dance II don't know for what e ben- A Office next door to 'Whitehead' Drug ?tore. Speculattention given to diteae ofchitdren ;;-t- f. 1 Kn-'r-- . ii-- "'' """ "" '"" '"' - i. '"" , ....i ews-splendi- d '" "'. "' .i , iiaii-siiiie- f' '"'y" at it -- or n"M j -J rv. r very great. usa vciy "Kill .Miar." to keen In outlay night .lonn was caue.1 by tel 1' iwr t ho downcat sou ele sore v i cgram to the bedside of a dying sister, In dixquie ted with us. .. in 1...1 ,...' in. m Nebraska, and left i. ba-tI'.vi.p ill .l.'siw Itii.'Vi's Urn. ( 1., ......... . ....-........... not did miss him, sorely. Yet we havo had him stay. DRIPPINGSPRINGS. Vnd now as this sweet "home" of two To My I'.miiox.s ami Fitii:.Nii. weeks is alwmt to vanish, practically,! I have made arraneinents to run n Iroill OUr lives, umiigu imiii lovingmem niilnw.1 excursion from Lebanon, orv. never, let me enshrine it, in a little w 'v in these, perJmps cpiieinur Satunlay, Se.tembcr Alien oral inemorics of our . pruvitlwl I can get a sulllcient mini- I .lon't know whether I shall and sea come io jimu.v u.e emerpiise over be of enough consequence i the "ei io will be no charge for railroa.d hearts and lives of my generation to JTIiurv tiimsportatiou coming or returning, and havo these records recalled, in after no charge for conveyance to Springs. newspaper, m wliicli tliey time. Thf printed, 'may be the type of their And the rate at hotel will only be SI per are day, and you can stay at the Springs brief existence. He it so. Hut read carefully again and trom ." to l. days at that rate. carelessly once, or There will be a Grand Fancy Dress again, let thoe who road know how e Marked Hall on the night of the 1st of dearly wo love John Clarko and his gen-tialSeptember, to close at - o'clock witha wife. The Ulen Mary cottage will with the densest big display of Fire Works. Theie will ways bo associated every night and special at .,r....ii I remember ever to have observed be a dance tractions ami entertainments , (luring the on .milliner folium. The unwonted rains 1, days. Dripping prings has of this usually arid season have told up- entire it glorious LUkflt.Jtl1 this year It It it I ,, tiirtlnnves of trees ami undergrowth ll want to wind up in a big jolillcation. in very remarkable manner. The pure All persons who will join the excursion, white of John's cottage gleams In freshthrough this contrasting or who will assist to work up a crowd, est beauty will please inform me immediately by flhade. At the bottom of the gentle and sings tiie mail and I will let you know by thuLVith Hlope, in front, ripples winding creek; overhung on the far- of August whether we will have the excursion or not. Hespt., ther Hide bv varied forest shiubbory, all I). G. Sl.Al'UITKIt. graceful, in mingled anddilieringgrcons. 1. S. Tlieie have been ()." arrivals at completed, in just The new Dripping Springs in tlio last four days. rivfront; the old one further down the special inducement to all who want pretty and rtiDd; the arched As a ulet; Iwtli sand- to come before Tuesday, the 21st, I will gateway at the bottom of the broad tell them that there Is a bare possibility stone Hlabs mounting to the elevated graceful butternut, hickory that I could give them a bed on tholloor the and n seat at the second table. A good and oak trees in the front yard, with of them in many will leave on Tuesday, the --Mst, climbing two " will have several vacant rooms graceful spirals; the tall yellow poplar, ami I D. G.S. Hespt., creek, standing sentinel at the then. across the Skcosi) Postscui it. Those who aro the yonder end of the now to go to tho Springs before Tueswild grapo and other vines clambering hound dyke," as the dear Scotch day should try Hro. Spoonamoront Hales over the "stano out- Well. He is a good, clover fellow, has call a rock fence; the i the rear; tho good water, sets a good tahlo and never houses, on the steep hill I). G. S. un"blows." perfect kitchen, proclaiming in no Standard mid Danville AdLebanon from certain way that its mistress cauio o D. G. S. honie-likvocate pleaso copy. of the Ohio river; tho north 1 e. ... .... . j Hen-pictur- e, """"" ' :. ..., 111 1 11 Silt. Ml. Vernon, Ky. a semblance of peaceful repose. Since U ' LOUIS SOHLEOEL, ! M. it has been impossible for tired key-not- e to tint I a moment of slumber. The fact is, wo of the old regime have not learned and cannot learn the ways of the RICHMOND - KY. present generation. It is a trito maxim ' Photographs in all styles and sues. Pictures in' that "history repeat itself." Society, India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New dehowever, is progressive; or, rather, it signs in Frames and Mat at very low.pnccs. obeys another edict of philosophy and moves in cycles. We have first the sav- age state, in which the breechless biped LONDON, KENTUCKY, wrestle witli nature to w in a scanty subsistence. Next comes the civilized CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. antlcoiiscience-warpctl- . grow industrious epoch, when the mind be''. .Mr. Waneii says: "Neither I nor gins to grasp the capabilities of the fair Thoroughly Renovated and Kefurnished. s tho party I belong to havo any war to world we inhabit. Idleness becomes Kare and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are met by Polite PortersJJot this Popular make on the prohibition party in this disreputable, mind asserts itself and Hossse, f. campaign." Certainly a ciatik should gives its sure guidance to muscle. The should appreciate such peaceful wigwam gives place to the substantial Hut perhaps Mr. W. only means habitation. Kdiication and enterprise $eed and Sale Sjable, to nij that he and his party have no war suggest ami cany out schemes of im-- i nr to make on the piohibition party in Lin- provemont. The comforts ami the real coln couiitj, where a large number of enjoyments of life are multiplied. HonDr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mass. the firmest prohibitionists have formerly esty is regarded as a virtue; sociabilitj-Price ft j U bottin, 5. Worth S a bottle. voted the democratic ticket. No one and neighlMirly kindness the test of true blames Mr. W. for the insult oilered the nobility of soul, and the common good ' I Tu..,fa Ajj.fiSaTyyWljr lrZ'fftv . ! prohibition club at Turnersville and the great object of ambition. Hut then through them to all prohibitionists. It comes the age of grasping avarice and W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. matteis not who, in the name of democ- soaring ambition am! grinding selfish- I will detit er to regular cwomcrs in Stanford and SKinity esery mornwif LONDON, KY , racy, does the kicking out.it will require ness and "Hoston culchar," am! then ret! sifter, sweeter tones to call them back rogression, or rather decadence, begins. Goad turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire terms. London Is the most than the whistle of "our honest Dick," Idleness and extravagance ami enerva- or Accounts must be paid at the close of each week on reasonablethe railroad to reach places convenin the ient point on when customer tiu :s in the mountain section of the State. U E. HARROW to though we love you. j, ting luxury ami gilded vice soon releMust I remind Mr. W. that this is a na- gate us to primitive barbai ism. This is I tional campaign'.' And docs he not know not imagination. Habylon and Nineveh, that his paity has placed its candidates Tyro and Alexandria, Jerusalem anil I has STANFORD, KY., uihiii a platform condemning prohibit)!-to- n Tliebis, are all dim shadows of buried acr., m.ire tor l.'s,of Mountain, Ccal TimbVr a birgain will laws? Ami do not know. Mr. magnificence. The Pyramids alone of .and a store Lalidshitlu: tinvll at furniture and unhave rum rent H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. . Warren, that your party in Kentucky all earth's ancient nlory remain without dertaking, hardwrv or tinner's rttablishment. Kur iMrthiT informa. Thi?:are end f.r a.)d.i) C W. MKI'cAI.K claims the defeat of prohibition even a history, with no apparent design, with mation. write ti l!.rb)iiriillc, Ky. yi This old and Hotel still maintains elsew hero as a democratic victory? Do only countless ages of inutility. Hut its high reputation, and its Proprietor Is dctermin. you know, Mr. Warren, 01 a single dem- this is not what I want to talk about. A ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in &c ocratic convention national, State or case of pursuit of pleasure under s the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attenis reported from Yoeniito. tion to his Guest's. Baggage conveyed to and A Mc KINNEY, KY. count j, that has given an expression on from depot free of charge Special accommodaman who dispenses the anient found prohibition without condemning it? that some one from the outside was in For Drugs, Medicines, the famous Sni; ot Figs tions to Commercial Travelers. II. You seem to think that on the tarilT the habit of inserting his arm through and to get sour prescriptions promptly .ind corissue prohibitionists and democrats are an aperture, diopping a proof vial into a rectly tilled at all hours, and ti get )(ur Staple . R. das is. j. 11. Hiivrrw. fine Clours, Toilet Article, Ac , k to agreed. If you mean that the prohibi- convenient barrel and extracting the Groceries, Lord&Co.McKimwy Dr J A. WILLIAMS coveted nectar. The owner lay for the will attend to our Jrj department: also attend to tion party endorses the Mills bill or the pilferer and when the arm next appear- the wants of tfc uk. night or il.i, i.i town ur president's taritt uic.ss.igt, allow me to ed, discharged his gun into the muscle. country 30 DP.ALERS IN correct you. Head our tat ill' platform. Dr. rown thinks that what is left of the We regai ti the ditlerences between the aim may possibly lie utilized. ROWLAND. KY democratic ami republican parties on the Arc i nuJc mi.erjl.l- - by InJizettnn. Coniti tat ill as utterly insignificant in compar- patt in, D.tz.ROi, I. Have just opened a new stock of Men's and Boys' of Appetite, Yellow SWin Ilatinjhoiijht :i f.inn in Washington county, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, ison with the legal prohibition of the Stiilh'iulicr U 1 pouie cure McRoberu wish to sell th on whi.li I n..v reside In Lincoln Clothing, and Family Groceries, AlsoDry Goods, Notions dealers in counts, at Kow..ind, t mil's from Stanford, .V M.ij, Stinuri!, Kv , C'r m- - A: Oi , McKinney Coal. Country produce taken in exchange for liquor trallie and its consequent evils. goods at highest market price. Come one, come W Jones, Cm Diehard, Ky ! all, and learn the advantages in trade. Prohibitionists are determined not to Ky , K 108 io-be moved from their purpose by the It lies on both sides if me Crab Orchard pike and can be diside to suit purchaser-- . It U under blican-democratic scare-crow- , 1871. tariti'. 1888. giKsd fencr, ell wittered and in ijid ren.iir. I. You say you consider all votes cast It N. WAKh, It.tw.and Ky 4f for a candidate who has not the ghost of R. i MAHTtV J,0. St. I'KRKtNS ' Bkouhead, K.,M.s, 1SJ7. a chance as thrown away. Would you tell a democrat in IC.tnsis, who has not Albright .fc Msrtin be; ts inforn their man friends and eustAmort of the change in firm "nami the ghost of a chance to elect his candi to EltiiTiis'ragC date, that If he votes thetleinocratietick-e- t MARTIN & PERKINS, ho throw his vote away? Wo are to sustain the repuThe new rirra hopes not just weak enough to believe that he who tation of the old, L.it intend, to mtke many unprovcntiiitim the msnutaciure ol totiacco wlurhi votes contrary to his principles not only We will will be to the interest f our Customers. throws his vote awaj-- , but also his prindevote peclil attention t our Natural I. cat brands of Kcn:u..y s best le.ir. IhanVing you ciples. forpat favors and a.king fur a communion 01 A. Or'FUTT, Proprietor, LEBANON, KY. Respectfully yoursj . your trade, we rem tin o. You say "Let us purify the governMARTIN PERKINS. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Frames, Casing, Base Mold- ment." We answer, good! Hut we have " " ings Mantles, Brackets, Cornices, Stairs. Newels, Balusters, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, nn TrTTOTT little hope of success through either of ' nrMTTl (T A L Siding, 11 U U Oiii .' Counters, FloorLig, Lumber. Shingles. Laths, Kough ami uresscu the tiltl parties. Wo can only hope for Send for prices before buying elsew here. success through a party that unites its LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. moral svninathics with its nrincinlesand t supports its honest conviction with its votes, without fear of party lash. We. TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. must have a party possessed of sutliciont Has ing recently equipped a fine Roller Milt 'in moral force to enforce all laws enacted the town of Stanford that we defy any; Mill to equal in quality of flour, we think the aniens oi by decided majorities. should have county pride enough to Most respectfully patronne rates $2.50 to $4 per day. accord-in- c the countyand sustain the same. V'e wish to Inla-li- evolent object t, was kept up till 1:!K) Tuesday night. It is had to keep such late hours. J. H. (tieen, the veteran Sundaj-schman, has been reelected superintendent of the Moielautl Mission. On next Sunday he will organize a similar enterprise in tho Carter district, west of town. 0. S. teachers anil candidates for certificates will please remember that Mon-dahist., is the day for openthe ing the Teachers' Institute at Stanford.1 The law is imperative, requiring all in- -' tual or expectant teachers to attend dur-- . ing tlio live tlays of the session, under heavy penalties for failure. our quiet village nas suusiucu into oil y, J! WOOD WALLACE, THE GEHTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. Thefaihions of the iity in the Rent' Furnish, ing line will atwayt be found In my More. I am agent lor the tndiampotit Steam Laundry, the bet Laundry in the world. I, Ayer's Sarsaparilla to any other. fore-runn- er Tho of mod- yUMfZ ern blood medicines. Ayer's Sarsaparilla iww-loggo- d others combined. " Ayor's Sarsaparilla is selling faster than ever before. I never hesitate to recommend It." Oeorgo W. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, Ind. " I am safe In saying that my sales of Ayer's Sarsaparilla far excel those ot any other, and it gives thorough satisfaction." L. II. Bush, Des Monies, Iowa. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla and Ayer's Pills are the best selling medicines In my store. I can recommend them conscienG. Blckhaus, Pharmacist, tiously." Koseland, III. "Wo bare sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla hero for over thirty years and always recommend it when asked to namo tho W. T. McLean, best Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. I havo sold your medicines for tho last seventeen years, and always keep them In stock, as they are staples. There Is nothing so good for the youth-fblood' as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." It. L. Parker, Fox Lake, Wis. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives tho best satisfaction of any medicine I havo in stock. I recommend it, or, as the Doctors say, I prescribe It over tho counter.' It never falls to moet the cases for which I recommend it, even where tho doctors' prescriptions havo been of no avail." C. F. Calhoun, Monmouth, Kansas. blood-purlfler." ul ular, being In great cr domand than all Is still the most pop- NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON. KY. TliU old and well-knoHotel is (till maintaining itt fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., PHOTOGRAPHER, JACKSON HOUSE. First-clas- 307-t- Ayer'S Sarsaparilla, Wmy, ' 1 ICE, ICE, ICE I At Two Cent Per Pound Mountain Lands 1 ii well-kno- dilli-cultic- XjOITJD GO. HH.T03ST & AIT IS NICE FARM FOR SALE, 1 General merchandise, Containing Acres repu- I Lebanon Planing Mill, -, ' " POWDER the largest and finest) hotel in the city. to rooms; TURKISH A-- NOTICE Jos. H.M.LOU. Absolutely Pure. foot-bridg- e, "bitter-Hweet- foot-bridg- o; well-ordorc- d Hnsitig been authorireJ by Mr C C VjriArs. dale, pioprlctorof Hustuiiville Roller Mills, a his agent for the purchise of viheit m this section of n llrick Yard and now have i3 000 country, I call with tunriJenceou my old and tried THE FLORENCE wilt take contracts to friends of the farming publL to see n;u before en brick ready for sale, or I keep my fresh meats now build them In walls been In gaging their crops elsewhere. Hasii in VanArsdale's ce lar.111dcanfurnishShn.it, Beef the trade about twenty years, I am famiii.tr with Syrup of Figs W F RAMSEY. and Mutton at nil time.. the business, I feei warranted, therefore, in the Is Nature's own true laxative. It is the declaration that I w ill lv able to taciliiute the I have bought transfer ol sour crop to the advantige of all con. Washing Machine the right to sell the Florence most easily taken, and the most effective and am now prepared to furnish cemed. J. IJ.GREKN, J all who may wish to save their clothes from the remedy known to Cleanse tho System rubbing and tearing Incident to the old process of washing. Take one and trv It and be convinced. when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Headj I'll not worry you about bu) Ing unless you are ful Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habitaches, ly sausneu a. to its merits. The undersigned have purchased the Florence l'eston Einbree, a resident of Stanford, Ky , ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. a thorough trial, we the 4th day of M y, I3J3, leasing considOPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. died on He for distribution among his heirs. The Washing machine and after testimony to Its worth. take nleasure in addinz our Manufactured only by the California Fig erable est. it a success in , and without hesitation pronounce decedent had three sisters, Elizabeth, Mary and M I ..!-.- .. .1.! Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. l! 1 1.. snai Dully, who left this county about the year iSjj. every utirucuiar, uuing an .L. is ti'inicu lor 11; W. Wallace, Dr. Bourne, Wm. Daugherty, Fine Brass and String Band in Attendance from Elitabeth and Marv when last heard of were livFor mile by A. K. Penny, Stanford. ing in this state and in that portion known as MrsS. P Salter. A. C. Sine, Bill Perkins, Lewis ss s July tit to September tst. Rates greatly reduced The I'urchase " Dolly when last heard of was 4 Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. L. Dawson, C. Vanoy, I'eak, resident of Kansas. Any person hiving any in- Sirs. AmandaFields, George Peyton, Alex Holti-claShiloh's Catarrh Remedy, is positive cure for $2 per day and $10 per week and upward, C. C. Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. formation as to the present residence of the sibose E. Mirrow, A, THOMAS NEWMAN, Manager; McRob Catarrh, Dyphtheriaand C.uiker-MouiM. Kelanst and many others. named parties or their heirs, will pleale svrile to J AS. C. KING, Resident Supt. ; Si Stagg, Stanford, Ky. ; Crow Jk Co., McKin- M.F. KLKIN. crts me nt Stanford, Lincoln county Ky. Headquarters at S, S. Myers' store. D. B. EDMISTON, Clerk. JOHN M. 1IAIL, Executor. j ncr, Ky. ; E. W. Jones, Crab Orchard, Ky, 47 1 1 An Elegant Substitute For oils, salts, pills, and all kinds of bitter, nauseous medicines, is tho very agreeable liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. Recommended by leading Physicians. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A.'U. Penny, Stanford. This powder never varies. A marvel ot purity More economical strength and whlcsomeness. than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in Royal Bakino Powdkh Co., cans, 106 Wall Street, New York. RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. To the Farmers of Wast Lincoln, Casey and Elsewhere. BRICK YABD ! form whom it may concern that we are In the market to buy your wheat and corn and will al ways give the highest market price for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be equalled by any other mill in this vicinity We solicit a trial in our flour and meal departmeut. All having grain in our line for sale will please call at the Mill, where our agent will be found at all times, who will give the best prices for same. Jlran and shipstufT always W. N. I'OTTS, in stock. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co 351 If. WASHING MACHINE CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard, Ky. HEIRS WANTED. 1 v wAwtmMtmiLimmtoM&imAiHtito. apgrnxsaxaajiyssa Hyi.liH .' J..J .. M s.lVWtw Hinii mi ii wiwipfywTwiiim fj fliWy r ,J - - 1' '" - pr ' "j " "' in m t i Semi-Week- cvt'r; . .. mercantile line, has assigned. , -- Mis, Lillie Cleveland, a cousin of the 7A:,milu7,ft?tw u ,wtol a" westendabout president, who died in Kansas was turbed a Vnr two )mks That weak invention of the enemy to interred this week nt Frankfort. ttJ'.. tu " ,the -- There are now pending in Congress l1"-- ' ot injure Helva Lockwood'schamisfor the for the disturbance ten. :.b viz: the charge that she does new pension ...eas.nes, which, if passed, presidency, Ihe trial took pl.ue the not wear a bustle, has been silenced by would call for an outlay of ?J,:,00,000,. ruesday. the lady herself, who, it is said, quietly 000. Fstill county voted to subscribe Miss Mary Hnrk was the ictim of a remarked, "Xei'lier docs (Inner nor Henny, for that matter." Helva is right, $100,000 to the capital stock of the Nich- storm party Wednesday night. The Grover doesn't need such an appendage olasviile, Hichmond, Irvine A Heattyvide "stormers" were MIns Hailey,Coington'i and the son of his grandfather would railroad. Jones and Joo Itosenberg, po- - Mis, Gaines, I.ouisvilIc; Misses I'ulli.uii, Jim Miss Baker, Misses Yeiser, and Messrs. look even lower and more stumpy with liceinen, weio stabbed to death in Louis- - Jaines Fisher, John Dunn, George 1'ul- one. ville by Chas. Dilgen, whom they were Hum j. Shelby and Howard Marrs. Cioi)'bles the women! They are al- trying to arrest. Hev. Cieoige O. Harnes continues to ways ahead in every good won and Leading democrats say that the lit- - j, reach at the e to large con-ti- e work. Statistics show that of the total shaking up they got yeais ago will rogations. Wednesday night belore e church membership they compose more the effect of returning Carlisle to jinning his sermon iio referred to an and in the United States than by (i.500 majority. tide which appealed in the Kentucky where the sexes are about evenly dividCharles Fleming was stabbed four Advocate of the 14th Inst- - which did ed, there are 5,000 men in the peniten- times by W. S. Duncan, nt I Iopkinsvillo. him the greatest injustice. The nrtiilo tiary to 5,000 women. It will bo just Tho divorced wife of the dead man was jn question said: "Perhaps the most this way in heaven, too, unless we poor arrested for complicity in the deed. successful meeting he (Barnes) held at mortals mend our wnys. An Ohio girl nppaiently died and that timeUen jearsago) was in thiscity was placed in her cotlin, fiom which she w here ho preached twice each day fur The republicans aro going to bend nioso oil hours afterwards. She had been three months, and woundup with about Blaine out to California with the hope in a trance, but was perfectly conscious 'confessions' fiom men, womenand that his eloquence and magnetism may of what whs going on. children. Then as now Mr. Barnes was pull through the man Hallison, us the dipt. Jack Williams, professional not connected with any church organiChinese call him, but those in a position swimmer, floated on his back from Al- zation, consequently of those to know say it will be love's labor lost. ton, III., to St. Louis, ".") miles, with his who were induced to taketho'flrst step' The people on tho Golden Coast can't hands strapped tohissidenuil legs bound followed his example and did not swallow the man who voted to flood the together, in 8 hours. w ith the churches, but country with the rifnilffrom Mongolia A Chicago letterbox was robbed on drifted back to the world." Heplying Hn.i.v HitECKiNitiDOE is announced for Tuesday night. Checks, drafts, money to this, Mr. Hames said that he had not reelection and we have many $15 in our orders and other negotiable papeis have supposed that any one who knew anyinside pocket and elsewhere which say ho been recovered to the amount of $20,- - thing at all about hiin did not know that will be his own successor in Congress. 000, but the thief and money are still lie was a member of the Church of EngThe hemp men and those who oppose hid. The news comes via Catlettsburg land. He said that he had always adhim had as well spend their money in that tho Hatlields and McCoys have been vised his converts to join churches, and purchasing ropes to hang themselves as at it again and in a pitched battle the that the reason ho does not now take " fiom trying to keep tho is that his views on thatsub-jec- t I Int Holds had suflcred a loss of three confessions being reelected. huvu changed, and that in his opinkilled and two wounded and the McCoys ion all the confession necessary for the Mayoii Fiuncis, of St. Louis, will bo but three wounded. comert to make is to his God alone. He Three otlicera went to Cedar Creek the next governor of Missouri, his nom s of his said that if indeed ination being practically settled by tho church, near Greenwood, on tho llith converts of ten years ago had drifted primaries. He was born in this county hint., to ui rest Andy Hamlin, charged back to the world, the explanation could on tho classic waters of Dix Itiver, and with tho seduttion of a younggirl. Ilnui-lin'- s be found in the unrelenting hostility of biother organied a possee, rescued the friends of his youth and young manneailyull the clergy of Danville to evhood hae watched his steady upward him and shot the olliceis. erything ho did; that they would not atA freight train on the Kiie railroad career with genuine pride. conwas wrecked near Shohola, N. Y., and tend his meetings and treated his verts with loldness. Mr. Harnes ami Not content with tho big field ho has an expiess train, due at the time of the family aro the guests of Mrs. Harnes' in tho Advocate, Mr. S. G. Hoyle seeks accident, crashed into tho wreck, an Dr. J. C. Hogle. Among those bought nil to flag it having failed. Ono man nephew, others to conquer. He has Kentucky Stock Farm at was burned to death and several persons who attendsd tho services Wednesday interest in the night were Mrs. W. G. Welch, Mr. and Lexington for $11,000, it is stated. weio fatally injured. Gebhaidtnnd Mrs. Mrs. It. C. Warren, ."Mr. Allen, of Stanfino horses. Langtiy lost .Miss Anna Huriows, of I'.iiut A jiKirrixH of the Kxecutive Commit Frank Gallup was caught bea'ting ford, and tee of the State League is called at its liiHngedfatherntSlieniiiido.il), la., and Lick. headquarters in Louisville August 28th on being leinonstrated with by his neighStephen 15, Klkins will run for Conat 1 o'clock. Air. H. C. Warren, of tho bors lie killed two and wounded another gress in in the .Second Dihtiict o'f West National Association, will attend. of them. Then ho attempted to escape, Virginia against William L. Wilson, the shot laid him low. (lihtinguiHlieil democratic official majority of Myers, demo- but n Tiik His body was then drugged tlnoiigh the lirchcnt from that community. This is cratic candidate for sheriff in Casey, is streets by the infuriated citiens, who V27. Tho miiio county, it is said, will forced Gallop's wife to putu rope about by special rciiuent of the lejiiiblic.in his neck for that purpose. Mr. Maine included. give Gen. Wolford 100 to oOO majority. limited ambition. They hao another brother, J. P. Campbell, who is a banker at Clay Centre, Kansas. The Campe bells w ere raised here, are strictly men and deserve more credit than any men wo know of. They have by their own unaided exertions attained highly honorable positions in life, besides securing a sufficiency of this world's goods to put them in comfortable circumstances, if no more. Lincoln county is proud of them. self-mad- Hogs aro soiling at 5 cents for ing in this county. Mrs. Mary Cleinmerson and Mrs. Stanford, Kv., Auousr 17, 1SS8 Hrent, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. W. O. Sweeney. Dr. 11." F. Walter, while driving to P. dinner Wednesday, fell from his buggy and dislocated his right shoulder. r lijilit-cKldkk Ha i i.otr is , natural-bor- n Editor M. D. Hughes is sulfeiing utiiid and hnd not the bent of his intensely from a seveiecaeof tlmcroup. turned to religious mutters, he would His many, friends hope that he may soon have developed Into u more noted pugilbe relieved. ist than John Sullivan. He is so anxAt Hichmond on Wednesday in tho ious for n light that notwithstanding Mr. trotting nice tho horse Outlaw, by OutWarren's courteous declination to en cast, ran into the fence and snagued himgage in a contest against a question iiij self very badly. wliii'li tnnmlK hit !h in HVinuathv. that I Kb Cooley, w ho has been lixlngin Hito. Louis is right, we hope, in relie could not resist the temptation to gard to "Dr. Hull's' diagnosis of our Kansas, has returned to stand trial in give him n few rounds anyway, though circuit court for an indictment for uiu.!-ciono reference was made to him, or any- case, but we are in a pretty bad snap all shooting. get no better. Carbuncles, thing said by Mr. Warren that entieeial-l- y the same and We had quite a lively discussion like politics, is h 1, and don't you fordemanded an answer. The gentleexpressed by our here on Tuesday night by some memman from "Cracker's Neck," however, get it. The sympathy of the press and others bers of the legal profession. Subject indirectly, but no less forcibly, endeav- kind brethren helping us "Should woman be given the Mine eduors to leave the impression that the dem- goes far, howcer, towards bear tjie ills we have with patience and cation as man?" ocratic candidates have been nominated Yesterday, at the resilience of the profoundon a platform condemning prohibitory christinn fortitude and we are bride's parents, Mr. J. L. Kails was marto them. laws, by putting the charge in the shape ly thankful ried to Miss Kinnin Merriman. Cereino-of an" interrogatory. We can and do anTiik newspapers of the old world are ny by llev. Mr. Johnson. All of this swer him by saying that no reference to continually showing their ignorance of prohibitory laws is made in our platform, the now world's affairs, but it was left county. The Garrnrd County Teachers Instineither is the defeat of prohibition, ex-e- for a Florence, Italy, journal to make the tute was held here this week. The ex- j when it is paraded as a party ques- worst break. It remarks with all the l'rof. Smith, tion, regarded as a democratic victory. gravity of conscious knowledge: "During ercises were conducted by of Columbia, and the County SuperinAs for ourselves, we liae alwins advoPresident Hl.iine'K Kuiopean visit Con.1. T. Haughman. cated the most stringent regulation of gressman Cleveland has been in charge tendent, Mr. The tobacco crop of Garrard, which acthe liquor traffic and whether it is of the White House." was thought to be almost a failure some complished by high licence or entire time ago, now bids fair to be one of the prohibition we aire very little. There is Tiigoernor of Michigan is the jioor-e- best ever ruNed, though the acreage is not such a difference as Mr. Hallou would paid flllicial of his rank in the counone-hal- f of last year. infer in his platform and ours on the tar- try. He only gets $1,000 and has to not more than The following is the full docket of iff question, either. His hays that "im- skirmish around for his board. Foitu-natel- y our circuit court, which com cues next port duties should be so reduced that no for his twople, he has no chance Appearances 78; common surplus shall he accumulated in the to steal anything, or being n republican, Monday: wealth 87; oldciuitvea'es 1.V5; new colli the burden of taxation he might be able to catch ewn. treasury and that itvll"); old common law 12; common law be removed from the necessities of life," i noble old Roman, Hon. A. G. HDneirances '.Y) ', Tiik while ours expresses the same idea in .'.., i Klder I'etkins, of the ( hnstian foi m. Hut w o are not Thurman, will open the campaign at more elaborate going to take issue with you, or any oth- Point Huron, Michigan, next Wednes- church, is holding a revival at Scottsl neighboi-- ! er prohibitionist, Hro. Hallou. Op many day. The democracy has a fair show of Fork. church in. the Huckeve , ... ing Michigan and Thurinan's speech iiuou, uiiscumiij. ..iiiniiMinr-w.wt-- 1 of your points we are agreed and the Jn earn tkkiok Jouk.vai., like its editor, is al- is to set the ball moving for the prom- ing manifested and several confessions! have been made ised victory. ways at your service, sir. A good rain is needed badly. FannNEWS CONDENSED. The Kansas City Times contains ers aro cutting tobacco. Mr. .lames A. .1 cut Hurnside is in Madison, soliciting shipand a skeUh of the life of Jerome, a distinguished Judge W. P. Campbell, who was ments of tobacco to his house in tains-ille- . New Yorkei.is dead. nominated by the democracy of Corn is selling near Huckeye nt The Nova Scotia raft has safely arSuKansas for associate justiie of the Jl per barrel in the llcld. Hogs aio ey rived in New York bay. scarce in this county. preme Court. He is a brother of F. J. Texas democrats renominated Gov. Campbell, one of the proprietors of Hock Wheeler Wednesday. Kos and DANVILLE. BOYLE UOUrtfY. Castle Springs, and like him is a man us licit nf Southern Califor The and unof fine mind, indomitable energy I)r ' S' MvMltrtry has returned nia uliimiod this venr . l.--0 cirdoads of feed- ly Interior Journal W. WALTON, Tnuti: have been but two deaths and limited number of cases of yellow fever at Jacksomllle, Florida, but the situation thl're is harrowing. A panic Iihb struck the people, who remember the hoirors of lsT;j. and thev are fleeing in tenor from the s if lion scourge. It is .slid that all who can have (led for refuge and there is danger that those who lack moans to get away may soon want for tjie simplest neeessitiesoflife." Hotels, boarding-house- s and restaurants nre . Hanks are out of money. Provisions cannot get in and nothing sac telegraphic nicvagos can gjt out. The whole world has sternly shut its doors against this Utile sulfering community, n clo-sed- LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. VARIOUS STATISTICS. Tnr. world's annual product of wool Is 0 tons, vulucd at lti00,000,0(0. Statistics recently published show that nearly 7,000 American citizens reside In and ubout Paris. Tin: expenses of a Presidential election In this country aro about JO,OtK,000, w hlch, divided by four, gives ?ft,0U,000 a jear as whutwepay for lnatntnlnlug freo government. Doubtless much of this is expended foolishly, some, perhaps, wrongfully; but this Yankee Nation all tho sumo gots better (o eminent at u cheaper into ttiuuuny other jteoplo in tho world. " Osu llfty years ago," says Sir Spencer Wells, "tho average duration of human life 600,-00- STATE COLLEGE Agricultural and Mechanical, EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. Ncplrmbrr . Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. VI, ISSS. For I'ntnlnsnr ntul other lii'ormMlnii niMrrm JAM KM K. IMTTI5KSON. I'h. .. I.rzlnalan, Kcnliickr. i KENTUCKY J COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED Kftll brj;ln (ur Irrm FREE OF TUITION. STMF0RD PLMMG Doors, ItliiulK, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINK, . v v,- MILL CO. us pt st mi'. ,:i ly nvcrago dcuth-rnter thousuud In tho province oi Hcngul nicu, uud tho tleath-ratprovince of Madras, 11,000, und tho death-rut- o 10.2; province of llombuy, 1 1,000, 'death-rat- e 13.7. Tho number of nutlvo tiois was 100,010, und tho dculh-ratwan 10 10 per thousand. Stkikis arc expensUe things, both to tho employers and employes, as Is shown by tho MmincUl report of tho Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy rullroad. Tho rcort cocrstho lcrlodof the great strike on that road, and a remarkable decrease in tho curnings, as compared with thoso of lbS7, Is exhibited. Tho decrease in gross earnings was f 1,741,- -, 4CU, and in net earnings ?l,7IP,073. Tho company estimates that It lost from $1,500,000 to 12,000,(110 by the sti ike, necessitating a quarterly dl idend of only ono per cent, Wit Vihoima thus far hasn't mndo much noise In tho world, but she's big enough to, and growing in certain directions. According to recent statistics she is larger than Massachusetts Uhodo Ishnd, Connecticut, Now Jersey and Dchiwaro combined. Their population Is :V.,OI0; hers, Gls,M7. Tho value of their property Is ocr l5,ll'ls,UO,0U0; of hers, tno7,(Ul,U'0. At tho utr.o ruto per square inilo as tho live other btatos luiuicd, her population would bo 4..WI.KU, nmlher true wealth t5.Pl 1,770,1. T,IL worla coasumes annually, uccortlmg 'o Hnglih authority in thotrade, HlwutlVlO.. ouotous of coffee, und produces a corrc- spondinp quantity estimating tho average price at WW u ton, this represents u vuluo of Jamaica coffee Is the finest butotilv furnishes about 5,000 tons Kast India and Co Ion coffees are of u very high quUity, but they do not togeth er produce more thuu 'ii.OOO tous 1 ho Ceylon crop used to bo more lti.Hrtniil thau'it is, but lus been reduced in consequence of ndlscjsQof tho plants. 1 ho average crop of Juva is from fi0,000 to M).UX) tons, und that of llraril from !H0,0O;) to 1s0,(xx) tons. Costu lUcn und tho other Central American States also exjiort colTce e o o In fifty cnrs the population has Increased by cixht millions At least two millions of this Increase may bo put down as tho fruit of improcd sanitary and medical work, and of victory over preventable sickness. The total number of Kuropcnn troons In English India lu js.su was (II ,015, und tho ISwSt'SSSrS: Flooring, Sidings, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, MoKS, Brackets, Scroll Work, Fri....is, Sm.li, Superintendent. -. . X OlOTHINGo Wo aro overstocked and WILL sell them. s During JULY AND AUGUST The Prices will be Reduced to within the reach of all. Our entire stock of Clothing, consisting of light, medium and heavy weights, will BE SOLD AT AGTUAL MARKED bc-added GOST And in no event will any profit at HALF their actual value. This is a Genuine Cost Sale and in the Clothing Department only. and many lots will be sold f No Goods Charged; Cash in Every Instance. & Ten per cent, will be added to all bills charged to any account. BRUCE MoEOBERTS, Stanford. ls SOUND AND SAPIaNT. You will never have a friend If you must huvo Olio without failing To UAr. what uo wantls riches, but to be able to do without it is owcr. You may boast of jour ancestry, but your actions demoustruto what jou are. Is his best seA man's own curity against other people's Dmio.MESTY is liko a man with a club foot often makes good tlmo but Is cuslly good-breedin- g I.t.-Gn- Good and Clean Molasses-- , Sugar- - and Flour-Ilar-rcTor Sale Cheap. T. R. Walton. ;ro.natripto.rg.n.a. omnges. Jof tlus l,,nwJ. ha b,'0M --The convent of the Sacred Heart, at riU,tl'l IKltellt " " far.m " New York, burned; loss $400,000. The , uivcn up h.sp ace inmatesesciped. ." Magollin, which alwavs go.s as night pol.cem.in and hxs again taken republican, elected n democratic sheriff olli,r of t,,e -1-A- JCECKEAiM FREEZERS 4 work-hous- e. byiimajoritvofr.votes. --The "Fair," an establishment in lrkmgton . ,T1.tev-A- Louisville, which kept everything in the vf tof ,r-v ' X "". I" ,' have gone tol'etosky, Mich- to escape their usual attack tnic'iicd. !s no such thing as ubsoluto to fcction, and no ono need fear ever becoming too well informed Do .not make witticisms at tho expense of others which you would' not wish to havo inado upon yourselves Tunic T. H. WAXTOIT'S. Extracts for Ice Cream AT. K. WALTON'S. ELEGANT GREEN TEA Al l- tS n "n t"mf " work-hous- e; work-l.oi.s- e. lie rudo to none, rudeness harms not even the humblest nud jKXircst to w horn it is directed, but it injures tho exhibitors. Ke rn treat superiors w ith servility or Inferiors w ith nrroiraneo. HjkmIi as kindly to a day laborer as to ono ixxupjing a high position. FonTCSE und misfortunu-aro T. R. WALTON'S. NICE CALIFORNIA (CANNED FRUITS - close nclnli-bor- s, I court-hous- be-ha- two-thir- nine-tenth- s an J tho man who sUigpjrs about in trying to got under tho roof of tho former often lands under tho latter Mantu joung miss who vigorously protests against runuiug the family sewing machine, a httlo while. e "n, would propol herself about uoii a ti . j for hours at a time without a murmur A lauoi: promlso without performance is liko a false lire to u great piece, which discharged! n good expectation with bad report. 1 will forethlnU what I will promise, that 1 may promise but what I will do. SoMcof tho affectations of tho day have underljing them a sound nriuciplu; they may bo educational In their tendencies, and to bo educated, to l:nrroe, Is, as woll as money gutting, ono of our hobbies today. Ai.wavs give pit'cc-dencto elders, visitors und supciiors. Offer them tho best scat at tho table, tho best placo by tho tiro end tho Urst of every thing, Uo farther than mere form and see that they aro and Imp!'. Hr.cu'sK ono is stimulated by alcoholic drinks bo imagines thut ho is strengthened ulso, but ho Is really stimulated bcoud his nntural strength, and unnatural exhaustion inevitably follows. Just us fur us he has been elevated beyond his normal condition docs ho afterward siuk below it, nnd this alternate clcvution und depression lit very wearing upon nerves and brain. o i T. R. WALTON'S. Fruit Jars- & Sealing Wax i 1 T R. WALTON S FOR SALE tifl-vne- ! re n 11 I 4 I and, . mallliou.r Trro..Va n.,lt- - ni.l.j 11 C in rab On liar, I W xru, A 1. 1 Willi 1'ilr ON FOR RENT! in'l oM ruMsonabte future If all vc i I Vv j , ill run die lions- - ai 1 K IWAI'ION M I BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! MARINE MATTERS. vessel Is now surveying u route between Australia and Canada, to I.ijing u telegraph cable. The cablo will bo 7,WK) miles long, und tho work of luylng it will take three yens. is being tested by tho A steam life-boImpish Government. Tho boat will bo llfty feet long, with twelve feet beam, und is to bo proiielled by u turbine wheel driven power, by an eiigiuu of A sti:am whaler recently urrivud at San I'raucisco with n catch of tlnrty-llv- o whales, the largest on tocotd, Tho yield was some a,C00 barrels of oil and over 50,000 pounds of bone, tho whole valued ut $0il,b00. Tin: skill with which dock luts hoard u vessel by running nlong her cables has long becu u terror to ship owners. A protector has just been invented in tho shnpo of u big tiu funnel through which tho cubto rims. Tho big end of tho funnel fnces tho shore, uud tho ratneau not sui mount It, Tun new nuvy, when completed, will consist of ii osscls, ranging fiom tho armored cruiser Maine, currying 41 men, dow n to a llrst-clns- s torpedo boat, carri lug I onteors und IS nion. Thero will bo 5,7611 men ou board the vessels, GOO oiliccrs and 5,'2&i sailors and marines. As English Uluo Book has just been Issued, which gives the number of vessels contained in tho navies of tho different maritime powers of Kuropo as follows: llattlo ships England, U); France, 30; Italy, 21; Germany, III; Russia, 0. CruisersEngland, 67; Franco, i7 ; Germany, 'JO; KubsIu, 23; Italy, 'Jl. Torpedo vessels HO; nnd boats England, I7d; Italy, V'li; KuKkiu, 07, Germany, W. A BniriMi Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over "silver-tongued- r at o Different styles and prices. Our stock cocsists largely of the better grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. nine-tenth- GEO. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. I. WEAREWT, KIAN'G'R, pt 1 iiiL'iirr cm ration or mnmr unnwii i.. iri. Viuk.iuIHi. litiiltln, inr jilt v I'oiiipiiuii. triiiu reasonable for dintaget otferea uiililn;r iiinl tuition i, l.iinan IK iilini nt nml Muslr fnrisuiOO fm M,niifiiuii .Siitpuiliri liii.linic Wliliiiiu iiiiii'Ii .smwi. lai-PoiifnrratnloJiioto Si 5- - yjfe'fc'ftKSSr' ? Associate tin Mim f emele 1 lis if iute, ii'miic m in nil mi 1 in-ilI...-i.tlo- i nt- - lli.iiiil.fin). IIkIiIk. il 1 1 RICHMOND, KY, CENTRAL HIERSITY, .vow t,, 1 well-diiect- icjui'-bentati- man-ago- I'till Facility. TwcUoIicimrtinontsofSlin , Ifcnltliv icgl.i... Hciinod anil liofpftablouiniiiiiiiiitt M.fr hint Muslim SW, from 20 sfilei. Nuxt f, . ni.., and I atalugiic. Aj.ply to L. H. ELANTON. D C rnMon . Lhasce i r' i'ik lin.rfnf lui , "f m , ? ' ' ?,,u,,, ' itii)WUitfijhti mi . v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal II m.i.'i circus, it is said, will bo hero Zim-iner- 's . is. c. walton, i3ua. MonaRer Ky., AuoubT Soptember t). a (loon dinner with a change, at for a tpmrter. m m 11 . iTANroim, Xi:w stock of Oliver Cliilletl and Impe17, 1888 rial Steel Plows at W. II. Hlins 0 m m Publtahod Evory Tuooduy and Friday AT S Miis. W. F. MiCi.miy presented her ;irl Tues- liet'o lord with a lay. Xr.w Millinery in great vatiety at Courts ; Cox's in a few days. Call and hco it. . m PICIt YJOAU.IN" ADVANCJ"! When nut no paid ii S'J.SO will !e charged. 11 am LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. ..11 . 7 i Ma I I train going North lur.e it about to minute A ni'oi: sjKiton thu sun has been " North 6 joam lot.il freight North covered by the signal servicu and ...633pm South I he tatter trams alo curry passengers trical storms are predicted. Tht above Is calculated on standard lime. Solar sprttt train ' " ' Soutli South 31pm .131pm M37PI'' .117 am Xi:v lot of Hats, Handkeichiefs ami Ties just received by Mrs. Kate Dudder-ar- . Call and examine. diselec- fatter. MEANS BUSINESS. repairiM mid Watuiks ami wnrruiiU'ti. A. It. I'onny. Tiik bent plrut' to buy ilmpi, pntcut incdiriiu'Hiind toilet urticlcH !h nt A. It. 1'ennyV. llt'v your Hchool booko, ink, tabletn. '.iht, jx'iirllH ami kcIiooI HUjiplh'H of all khhIh from A. It. Penny. I piurantee all utclien and every nr- title 01 jewelry I Hell to Do junIiih retire ftnted. A. It. Penny. SOMEWHAT PERSONAL II. IU.mskv, the artistic painter of Lexington, is here irfviiif- - evidences of his skill for a reasonable consideration. L. in xn Oi'it new fall hats and other fall coeds will be in in a few days ami we. cordially Invite the Indies to call and examine. Court it Co. y- Tiik Stanford Holler Mills belongs to the State Millers Association and was represented ataiiimpoitant ineetinnhuld at Lexington this week. ... hit-m- - . Tin: promises rain to be bndly needed. One, which Mits. M vtt. Won Upon lias Iind n slight more good soaker will settlu thu coin attack of lhtx. crop as the largest kiowii in this section Mi;s It. .1. sn:vn, of lloyle, is vihitin for years. Min .lolni O. .Veal. It. C. WitKi:x, Km,., Ju.!,.,. M. C. Mi K.vtk Walmi.i)' Danville, i with Satifley and others will ndilress the Mr. W. M. lllimiti Club at Hiihtoinille Mu. I). W. Vvin:vui:it was tHj1itly afternoon, beeJnnitiH at '2 o'chs-kKv unproved ythterday. erybody invited. Jim Mi:itr4iii.N now IipndleH tliuribboiiH Iwt-iiiMe-Crca- .in service . Ixmisvillo ought to be a mighty pious town. Tlie yearly average of the country is hut (( converts to each minister, wiillu in thu city by thu falls it was f0 to the preacher. The new Baptist eliiirehat Winchester will be dedicated on thu 4th Sunday. Dr.T.T. Katon, of lniisvillo, will preach thu dedicatory sermon, All the former pastois of tlie church will be invited to Democrat. be present. Pro. Shacklefoid and the writer have just closed a nine-day'- s meeting at Providence, Rockcastle county, witli 18 bap tisms. I will preach at Mt. Moriali church, Highland, the first S'nturdny and Hundny in September. Martin Owens. A preacher who delves in statistics says that since 1880 ten States have voted on prohibition not counting numberless local option elections and the total vote was l,''l 1,000 for prohibition and 1,1(10,000 against, 11 majority of ol,-00- 0 for prohibition. During the past year the Georgetown Haptist church has had II additions by baptism, VM by letter and 1 by relation. Twenty-on- e havo been dismissed by letter ami (I havo died, making a net increase during tlie year of .'. Its total contributions during the year were Times. The Hoard of the Sustenation Fund of the Presbyterian Church, in connection witli thu Northern General Assembly, through their treasurer, Mr. Campbell, of Philadelphia, contributed by less insurance for four years, check f-to .Mr, J. N. Craig, trustee of the Presbyterian church of Stanford for the Isjuellt of saitl church. The Hoard will please in cept the thanks of an appreciativecon-gregation. or credits liberal donations, patronage and for the good order which prevailed through the day and nluht of our first anniversary. And to the iiiaiiugerH of the L. it N. and C. S. lailways wo nro under obligations for reduced rates. Wo desire further to sav Unit over iiiiilnlirivn all expenses we have come out llnancial-- ' iv sale. o NEW FURNITURE STORE I ., MACK WnM'MrUY, ;KR()P Ch'm.of Com'tce. of Arrangements w vi.ti:ii Laikcv. Ont popular nnd polite barber, Jtss(. J. Thompson, is n Knight Templar and is attending a meeting of tlie grand in Louisville this week. NKW com-inntidc- ry AbVKMISKMK.VlS. FARM FOR SALE. On aici u.it baJhnltli, I offer f r ale my farm cuht.ilrnii.' i .icre (jrinint; land, well ;o ai.ri limbir land near by. Tor particulars addrix. II. J. KS TF.S. M'l' McKinne), Lincoln county, Ky Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods ON MONDAY, J3EPT. 3rd, 1888, can te bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- e llefore the dwir in Stanlord, Ken VinCeU tliat I Sell lOWer than the lOWeSt. we will offer at Public lucky, at I' lc S I Court-Hom- S AXtE OF BOXTLDS. VI 1 I 000 of to bond of Lincoln county braring it per tent Intcrett, navable annually T W' VAKNON, ) (. II COOI'rK, .Com'lM" 1) II CAKI'I.N'IKH, j 34ld ELLIOTT INSTITUTE! KIKKSVII.Li: KV. GOFFM, GASKETS, ROBES. JV JaW FOR MALES AND FEMALES. NiiVt .r.ftimi (inrnc Ati.ru.. . iT9 Initrim tion thorniit,li, in. liming Latin, drccl, Cirmaii, ' rmtii anu Hoard per Week 7; '1 ultiun per Month Jj 00 to 4 oj Inslrtimintil Mimic per Month . .j 00 Drauini: per Month 3 un I'alntiaK per Month 3 00 .MILT N KLLIOIT, Principal, Addrew 1 54-- A. Aa I """ Mm"" . . SVl &J faBBBBBM X.aBBBBBBBBBWMlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB'Ma r Kirkuville, Ky . FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LANp FOR SALE. 100 aire on the Soinervrt and Crab Oonhurd road hall way between thu two pbiccs Well of KooI water on the plate Half c carp.1 and ic urrcs in cra.i A cnid outlet (or rattle, boss i y r j v Pure bred Southdown buck lambs It. II. Courtney, bank Mi:s W. It. MMi:uand ehildien left er and broker, U'xinnton, Ky., has for for Kile by F. Reid. New hemp is selling at and the r Niuhille Thursday. sale some First National ltank, Stanford, MiKin.nky in vioitliiK the Ky. stis'k. Persons drsirini to pur- old crop at I.'iO at I.exincton. Marks ; IJorders' livery stable at Ml ".' Phelpi, near Itieliuiond. chase will tlml it greatly to their interest ltardstowu binned and witli it 7 horses. Ci- - ash Mi. J. T. Ciiaih have taken to write to him. ft a At Lexington 50 young mules sold rooiunat Mm. lietirge II. McKinneyV. A Cxiox S.S. Picnic will be held in ntSPJS to?lo0. About 100 good horses Miw. Mutv Chow, of .Miswjuri, only the old KpheMis Church-yard- , four miles sold at $100 .iMer of Col. T. P. Hill, is oil u visit to from Crab Orchard, September Mh. Foit Sale. Four nice Jersey heifers I. tin. Mivi l.in.11: rWun, of Wiehita, Kan., Speaking by prominent orators, reading and calves. No, lKltll ill color and esviys and a big basket dinner will be form. !:. II. Hiirusidc. h visiting Iter coiiMn, .Mn. J. II. .McAl-fte:!t. features of the occasion. John Holmes sold to W. R Dillion Ji'iM.K W. It. Cakso.n ami .Mr. S. S. They Tin: breaking of an axle of the buggy one pair work mules for Mjers took in the llnrrodfthiui: fair yes- in which Mrs. J. P. Pailcy and mother, were an extraordinarily good pair. terday. M. Goldsmith shipped oll head of Mrs. Bledsoe, w ere driving, created tpiite Mitt. Dh. s. (J. IIiH'KKi: has been at mi excitement in the upper lwjrtlon of cattle from Paris ami Ixingtnn Tuestending the llsiptirt .Kiooiatio11 at Mi- - town Wednesday. The occupants were day, for which he paid 'i.l.'i to ."' cts. h.niivv. DanSwigert sold "The Meadows" given ipiitc a jar but unhurt. Miiv Smith Pouki.i. ami ehiltlnin, of farm containing 178 acres to Iteriah liutcnil!e, liavo been vWtiiiK Mre. 1'. Tin: attention of investors is called to of St. Paul, for SH'.OOO. Lexingthe notice of tliesjdeof '),000 worth of ton Pi en. D, MiniMiii. Mr-Mou.n: and Sai.uk U wuinkii, Lincoln county Isuuls to lie sold at aucA feature of the Richmond Fair of MiN-tu- ri. are viMtniir Mrs. Luther tion here next county court day. The Wednesday was tlie appearance of Susie Isolds are to Is'ar ti per cent, interest and S., tlie fleet I lllU'l wimmI. who trotted an Mi;. M. K. IlKiniN'i, nf is an to run ten years, the county ru.kcrving exhibition mile in '2:'.V2. .1 the right to pay them sooner, if she is I In ant lor mull clerk and uould make A. T. Nunnelley sold to Terhune i: able. .1 most excellent one. McConnack M head of bleeding owes at Mu. .Jin; III inu.N has en.ip'd an and tonight of W. D. Dillion a iiH)i:ninox levies 11 don tax, the at the popular urocury same as promised here recently, and bus, hunch of heavy cattle at from .'! to 4 cts, nf T. It. Walloii. Thos, Lisle has returned from Scott already, says the 'nines, collected S".K), ('. C and K. C. Walton lift while warrants have been issued against county, w here he bought about --'00 feedl.i- -t iii'ht to attend the hop at Harnxln-bur- x the owners of tho-- e who have not paid. ing cattle ranging from 1,000 to 1,100 in and the Pair Winchester Why can't Stanford' worthless curs 1h weight at !5l to 4 cunts. Pi;or. A. .. Pivto.v, who Iiiim been to made to contribute to her cxjs'iiscs, Mr. Democrat. his thildren in Virginia, has return- Coitncilmen? It. M. Burgess, of Paris, Mo., pur1 will open September !l. ed. IIiHM-hoo- l chased for Isaac Cunningham, of Tiiosi: owing me by note or account Mil". W. II. Ililinix, neo Minn Maie Ky., '7 mules, 15 nt will plenso call nt my old Hand, now oc- jjh7 Mufonl, ami Mks Annie Moveiisni, of nnd V2 at !H1 per head. Paris Faip ma, KaiiNis, nru vUitiii); relatives cupied by Mr. Joseph Severance, anil settle up in full, I must have my business The following lots of expoit cattle 'me. settled up by September 1st, and all acMi- -. M m. Cihtni t, of Dallas, Tex., weni shipped from Winchester last week: .tiel Mm. P. IS ol Parksvillc, counts not paid by that time will lie Asa Harrow v. Son, 102 head, weight are istitin thu family of Air. II. (.', placed in the hands of an ollicer for col- 1,.m lbs., 51 cents; I. iv; P. VnnMeter, 02 lection. J. P. Davis. Kupley. head, weight 1,5:H), 5'c; Jake Graves, 150 T. A. Itn 1: attended the Richmond l)it. A. S. Piiuk, of Danville, has head, weight 1,550, 5c; William Robb, Fair WetlncMlay. llis brother Joe, of moved his dental ollice to Stanford 75 head, weight 1,510, 5Jc. John Smith Cave City, came TucmIiiv night and went and occupies the loom lately vacated sold a ear load of lambs in Cincinnati at iit with him. by Dr. W. It. Penny on I juic.ister street, (IJc. -- Sun. D. i. Si.n.iiTi:u, Kfj., thu inont lie will be ready for. business on Monday Opening of Elliott Institute. manager ill Kentucky, next, the -- Otli, and asks a share of your Tills institution will begin its next sesItead what he was here Wedneday. patronage. He conies well recommend- sion on Monday, August 27th. Tlie catnavs ed and has the reputation of being an alogues, which have been distributed MivtKs Ansii: avi Ki.i. Sn nksiiiii1 excellunt dentist. mid which can be obtained by calling on Mrs. John J. Mcltobert.s and daiiKhter, Jim Faiimki:, who was shot by John tliu principal, give course of study, rates Mi's Dollie, me vihitiiiK in Richmond and are attending tliu Fair. Sullivan Sunday lsjiore last, the paiticu-lar- s of tuition, board, Ac. Prof. Klliott will Dis. Ci.m in: Tin re, of Lexington, ban of which we gave at the time, died have for the coming year as his first II. II. Rumble, who is a graduate been been violting friends hero. He is n Monday night. Itisstnted that during Krand-i-oi- i of Dr. Cliinn and wife, the his conscious moments hu spoke of thu of Hetliany College and who for two oldi'ht couple in Kentucky. shooting ami placed all thu blame on years taught classes fn the Knglish and departments of that institution. who went to himself. Sullivan, who had been out on Mit. i. A. Pi,ksxtm, December, is back at bail, was lodged ill jail and his trial set He comes highly commended by the California last hinducM-- . president and faculty of Bethany College Ho for yesterday. home to attend to for his thoroughness as a scholar, for liis wivh that his brother, J. K. Pleasants, CoxDi'iToit Kr.xvKKit, after learning executivu ability as a teacher, and for and family, are dolni; llnd-rutthat the ticket held by the Rowland Mm, C.J. ltMi.i:v, Mrs. Dr.I..F.IIull'. club had drawn S1.",000 of the capital his integrity as a christian gentleman. man and Miss Dollie Williams hnvo join-v- il prue, olfered It. I). Thompson, 0110 of With its healthy location, its plain, intelthu niimerous other Stanford people tho members, SIO for his chance, which ligent peoele,tho cheapness of board and tuition, its good discipline, its thorough at Crab Orehmd Sprinp.. I). It. Carpen- was accepted. Yesterday Thompson, ter, JanicH T. Carson and othern will no through Col. Welch, brought suit to pre- teaching, ndded to thu fact that Kirks-vill- u is a pioiiihitiou village, Klliott Inup vent Renaker from receiving the amount. stitute otters titiu advantages for thu edIt is claimed that he told Thompson that "TrirJAL lore" ucation of young gentlemen and young the ticket had drawn, but ditl so in such ladies and for tho preparation of teacli-ei- s. cost ntD. KIiiks'. Ci.otiiixii less than a manner as to leave him in doubt. mi f- - the Danville Hvnk Stoi k. 1 Mi-OI- wtv and he.p ;j- - VV (i. WAI.LACh, Dahney K) FOSl Twnmllra South Aildri SlaS. Neala Creek VV,CllAIt. "WAZili FAFEE find FTJRNITURE. ALWAYS ON HAND. House and aj Acres Land ol St.inlord on me nt Carlmle, Ky COMPLETEISTOCK 1 B. K. W33ABEN r. LOOK OTTT of of all kind 5 I ANo on tin street we keep all kind of drink that we arc a!locu to keep llitidiuartcrtrn I ancaiter ttrcct for all kindi I reh V't;etalile, Kruua, Camilla, lluticr and Krcah takes, Kollt and Kamy Groctnet NEW! NEW! NEW I A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. JIHAKKIS Ma-golli- NEV BUTCHER SHOP. I hnvr opciird a tjtchr thup at Kow nnd m the Irrn Mnri' liuuv and am prepared to furnxh the pub k with a knidtol nw.m, fi.h and iii their Kavnti I At i I Cuiidn in- - ruiiiiiiic my wtnon dp ivtrmi; mnat to my in Staufnrd and ve initv vys-Un cm-tonu- Bo i MMMEB 9 "i M r n.KiN. - 1 )P iLDB '( (K'C c!5 A. If ill'1 l fiiiN to-da- Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try their Ice Cr am; it takes the Oake. We do our own work. Come and buy at irst hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, Respectfully, R. ZIMMER, 'the follow Inir noronaI nrooertt Wholesale and Retail. fat xeert 4 hlt'h grade Sccn a and j Aii'ttcutnrol.s"amford Knvin, dee'd, we Mill ell at hit late residence on tht- - Stanford i Danville Tike, inklwj) the tuotuwni., ' er-olc- Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Bakery, Restaurant and Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand every-'- J thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of t Cyn-thian- a, two-year-o- ld Ken-tiickia- u. licilcrs, 3 hiK'h gradLioutand enhet, 3$ high , 7 hi;h Krade iliccp, I pair aged marc mule, family nortc. a 3 ear-- d hore, finennet. line carltii; filly, fine combined inare nnd colt, hrcod marc barouchu and harncst, hujjuy and haniest, prnitf waK'ou nnd harnets, wagon anil harnct, wheat drill, harnm. plow, harvesting raachine, tn. , At K acre oKorn held and 5 ucki of new hav Icrins imtde kuottii otid ty of sale Mils. 1. I. I.UVVIN, ).. 31 Id rT I. LILLAIU) Kradt-hoct1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 PLEASE OBSERVE M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- OK- PUBLIC SALE OF STOCK, CHOP, &C. As rxccutnrtcf the vc ill on il of Craig .)nn, SATURDAY, SEPT. iKaeh, there are x, '88, hUire.--fiilSpriin;- sell to the highest bidder all the to k, crop mid (arming implement ol whu.li K.111I dnedeut did WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit tho eye. steers, aohead cl jear old heifers, 4 milk cows and tuhes, about TOgooil hogs, sow und pigs,6brood marei, and nred to good jacks, aj acres of good corn 6,000 bundles of oat, i kliaris stock in the Stanford Roller M ills, 14 sharet stock in the Stanford b: Halls Gap 'I urnpike t hiiRgy and harness, wagon, tulky turning plow, 'I homas Hay Kakc Thoiu.tt Harrow, mowing machine, anj all thu fanning implements usually kept on a well farm. Terms made knnn on day of tale JUI1NO J i:. LYNN, Ixtcntork. 1 regit-ated ofahiut 16 head of to head of cattle of which e. Alto at tame time and place at above, I will, as AdintnUtrutrU of A C lucker, dec d tell all the ttock, crop and furiiiingimpleinenttof taid dece(Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) dent, contitting nt tome cattlo nnd horfe ttock, lot of hogs, betvxen 300 and 400 barrels ol corn, FAVOHITE LINE UETVVKKM THE NORTH AND SOUTH. id ttacks ot hav 110 bushels tnelled oalt, small lot wagon, mowing marye, buggy and harness, chine, Acnic harrow, plows and many other things LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. which I cannot mention. IN'jjrt HOURS. Termt made known on day of sale. MRS ALICE TUCKKIt. S3 td QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. ' MILLERSBUR6 THB SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. FEMALE0LLEG!E A Modern Progressive ! TIIBTKXA9 8HOBT lilXJi". ! School CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN MAY 6, 1888. 1 1 K.A.P " Where) our daughters willjhc taught how to become true women, as well as thor iiighly instruct- LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART & MUSIC. Dick'h Patent Feed Cutter at Motcalf ,: Foster'8. C1.0TIUN0, Clothini:, below cot at D. Klacs'. DOAVN. , in Clotlilnij at and Ni:w lino French candies Warren's Model Urocery. at A. A, Two iii'Mimm rnorsASi) k001' brh'k for sale. Call on J. W. aiihnian. I M . wish to buy out) bushels of rye. Will pay market price. W. II. Tniylor. burg witli 0 additions. Rev. It. II. Caldwell will begin a seSullivan for thu iitur-de- l Tin: trial of John I'. M. ries of meetings: at Walnut Flat Satur of Jim Farmer was called at W. yesteiday. W. II. Miller appeared for day night, 18th, assisted by Rev. J. Caldwell. the defendant and P. M. Meltoberte Large ci ow ds are attending tliu South Attorney Carpenter. Tlio Kentucky Association at MoKinney ami elicited was about the same as we tho peoplu nro dispensing their hospitalSullivan was probably ity witli a lavish hand. 1 test!-.ncn- Dr. locker received a dispatch yesNo. i. No. j. s'o. 3. No 7. STATIONS. Daily. Address Ill.V C 1'Ol'k, President, is regaining his terday stating that Dr.T. H. Wiight.who Daily Kx.Siin. Daily. Daily. r MRS s t rKLI.III.AKT, had n part of his tongue cut out some health at Hot Springs. . .Cincinnati Lad) Principal 37 817am 403 m S P n" 735am L'vc ..VVilhamstuwii. ., Tlie First Picsbyterinn church at time ago, had died at Oceola, Mo. pm 5 47 m 9 Millertburg, Ky 951 a ..Georgetown. a in 70J m 10 Newland, aged Tlie death of Jos. J. 1059 Pi 10 Harrodshuig oilers a salary of $2,000 to .Lemnion..,, 11 30 p m 3L IFLufaOElS-Z" mil pin .... 15a m Danville, .. p nn m'la il, which occiu red a week ago at his 13 50 pro. 839 Ituv. J. G. Hunter. a in Junction City m, 12 5 15 pin 9 11) ,. , .Somerset . Tabernaclu Types will bo tlie home at Pieacher&ville, removes n use- RUSfNESSQPPORTUNITy Tho 1 a m la 30 p m 303pm pm ........ ,. ...Oikdale .... a 3 650 subject of Rev. John Pell Gibson's ser- ful citizen from tlie county and a feeling To connect yourself Willi n house of 27 yenra stand- to 00 pm ., I a ..., 15 'Ar v,...Chattanooga. ., ) of genuine regiet isexpiessed by all with ing. We wunt to engage the ser Ices of mi Intellia 6 00 pin L've, ...Chatnnoogi,, mon Sunday morning. gent and trustworthy gentleman to take tlieeutlro Ar' . . ..Attalla pmi.... lilsroiinty In Kentucky .'.'."". .1 Kldor.1. W. ifaitling has just closed whom we have conversed. He was nuv-e- r rlmrif o ot our huslncsa In a pm 11 10 pin, L'vc ..Ihrininghain. neeetsity, rrcviom experiem, not .Not very The dutli a ,.,'1 utcihwita .. p injii 48 a m, married. His death was caused by art) exceptionally pleasant, laborious ami a very interesting meeting at Campbells , I CHURCH AFFAIRS. TRAINS SOU 111. No. 6. Daily. KMA-TRAINS NORTH. No. 4,"" No. 1. Daily. , UI. voV 8." Rev. J. R. IVeples Daily. rn 111 .I.'ve A'rv 640 a 5 '3-4 10 3 a in 348 a m in in 6 42 4 15 pm 1033 a in, 600 p p m, 7 s 30 a m; 4 33 p m 7 34 a in 3 08 p in 1 1 ; . 111, 111 111 111 .L'vc .Ar'v .L've ..L've .Ar'v .Ar'v ' . paralysis. ei prouinu nppliealloi) Kull particulars tnnde know ujiou Address, r. 0. BU W, (liri)IJTI, 0. 11 pm, a m Thankful, To the Lditor Interior Journal ) y d. We, tlie coloied Odd Fellows of Man-fou- l, tlesiie to leturn our sincere thanks to Judgo Varnon, Jailer Owens, to you and to thu merchants mid citizens of Stanford in general for tho uso of the Couit-Hous- o yard, for your Opera House, m AimiHi mmta5 Kentucky. lisrcVaJUCsU fl Lexington, 30 n in, Vr'v . New Orleans. .Meridian., . 10 a m l.'ie, . Jackson.. .. 00 a in L've. a m L'vc. .Vicksburtf, ., ii 10. 1 111 Ar'v . .Meridian 38.1 111 J 33 a in '3 10 111 1 30 9 55l m 11 J5 7 lop in 9 on 0 71. p ra 1 13 p m -- . '35P m 9 10 a m 1 40 I jo a m 10 30 90JP in loja 10 p m $ 30 a m p m s Jo a m im pm p m II QJ it III in 7 35am a m 4 00 it m roa in 3 40 pm a nil.. lop 15 111 pin Ar'v .Shruteport.. l.'u , Monroe j pin', ioj:im r m 6 1 toco pm 4 jcopm'. co pm pm'., ., Oeon Female iL!Lii THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR '"' rOUNG LADIES IN THE STATC. 1r CaUtl O'j ne to J, T, PATTERSON.FfHT. N, I), Train No, gleavet Oakdatc at 3 5, A M, and arrives in Cliattaao;gat Chattanooga 8150.1, l. M and arrives at Oakdate at 8 33. Mann lloudoir ISuflct Sleeping Cars on all trams H. COLL1IHAN, JOHN C.OAULT, Owieral Manager, K. CAUItOI.L. Iienral .Stiprrintcndenl. Street, Cinciui.ui Ohm, "!. Paul Pinlding, West (ieneralOXi:ss, joj, si. No, , uve it. i!i I IV. 7 .t"w ii. . 1'wjyiii wL, ' hii-i',- n " i. '.."I " .. ' " "uj ; hi ' m M':iTl?y"SSSSSlgSgl:-?r-- y ' TTTT! - lir' li'jivau I COIWCERW This is to notify you that I will leave Stanford about the 25th of September to embark in the wholesale business in the West. I am y 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 muse be sold aod unless sold to one party, will be sacrificed at such prices that you will buy if you hear the figures. On n i IX" You lose-an XVStJLt I opportunity of a life time. Come at once while the stock is yet in good shape. Every article will go; nothing reserve d and nothing will be charged during the final sale. Fall and winter goods at 40 per cent less than cost. elety Mo J D. KLASS, Stanford, Ky. Semi-Week- lv Interior Journal WAYNESBURG. CRAB ORCHARD. 1.KK K. HUFFMAN, Long-Standi- ng SURC.KON DKNTIST, One of Mr. B. G. Cover's fine horses died Inst week. Two hundred guests are now at Crab Stanford, Office - - Kcmtckv. Orchard Springs. The general health of our communiEDWARD H. FOX, ZDIRUQ-G-IS- T Mrs. Stark Fish is teaching a class present. No ty was never better than at ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, in music. , This medlclno Is an Alterative, and lux or fever, so far as I know, in this causes a radical change in the system. The Kentucky Slate Guards are exDAN'VlhLK, KV. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, 'minediate neighborhood. pected at the C. 0. Springs the latter The process, In somo cases, may not bo at this place is The Sunday-Schoquite so rapid iu in others ; but, with Unmoved to hi elegant new building opposite part of this month. FANCY ARTICLES, &C. the poioiln.e and ii better than ever prepared lo perilatcnce, tho result Is certain. on a boom. Average for the three last accommodate the nublic with fine picture from The concert at the Springs i which Head these testimonials : l. photograph to life ue. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sundays, UK). Kvcrybody teems Physicians prescription accurately c impounded, se"For two years I suffered The finances of the school are in the Mise Thixton took part, was said vere pain In my rljjlit side, from ahad nnd to be very fine and the large audience olliir troubles c.UHt'tl by a torpid liver asniisy good condition. To the Farmers of Lincoln and present gieatly enjoyed the entire perand dyspepsia. After Kixlng several xlHMIIHbiflKSfluBpHLL H. V. Freeman, the energetic life inmedicines .1 fair tri.sl without a cure, I Garrard Counties- formance. to taku Aer's Siirsaiurllla. I THE LARCEST surance agent for the People's Mutual, STOCK OF WATCHES, Mr. and Mrs. M.Livingston returned was greatly hcnctlted lv the tlrst bottle, The Stanford Roller Mills Company want, jour of Louisville, has been writing up poliv hole when rrup ifiSrlS.and will pay Inia.h the CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. from Louisville Sunday, but business nml after taking live Ixrttles I was comcies for the boys for the last week past. highest market price fur it Do not sell without pletely cured." John W. Hellion, 70 called Mr. L. back to Cincinnati Monday Lawrence st., Lowell, Mass. Price lower than first teeing Superintendent 1'otts at the Mill or Kver brought to thi market Millard Padgett is at home ior a few J KOsIHl, thf undersigned the lowest. Watchei, Clock and Jewelry He. Last May a large carbuncle broke out and his wife accompanied him. They l're Stanford lloller Mill. Co days, winding up some land matters U on my arm. The usual remedies had no paired an tKorlMotuc and warranted are expected at C. 0. Springs , I'ltei t and 1 was contlned to my ImmI for of Ohio. with Mr. .Mr. eight weeks. A friend induced mo to try ! I Our free school is in a nourishing (Thursday) where they have rooms enLess than tlirou Acer's Sarsaparilla. gaged for the rest of the season. Their s condition. We have now a lmttles healed tlin sore. In all my experience with medicine, I never saw more tencher, who is laboring to get our school many friends join me in wishing that To The Voters of Lincoln County: on a still higher plane of instruction. that their lives may be happy, prospet ous and long. The Tax Book aro now ready for liH and I Wo aro striving for a graded school for Another marked effect of the use of this r.verjnouv amrraayio receive in iaxe ui Miss Maggie McKoberts, of Danville, liieditiiie was the strengthening of mv teachnext winter, when all the younger nleaH- - tome forward and tuv earlv Mght." Mrs. Currlo Adams, Holl' T D NEW LAND, S 1. C can qualify themselves better for is is the guest of Mrs. Marv Gamett. ers Springs, Texas. " I had n dry raly humor for years, teaching next season. The trustees are Mrs. W. M. Higgins and Mr. W. If. Hig. ; and, mv brothtalking of adding another story to our gins, of Stanford, paid a shoit visit to and suffered terriblysimilarlyas atlileted, I er and sister were STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE Mr. and &c. Mrs. Kate Egbert and family. presume tho malady is hereditary. List with recitation looms, winter, Dr. Tyron, (of Kernandina, STANFORD, KV The protracted meeting closed last Mrs. Scott Karris are attending the l'ln,., ) recommended me Ayer's Kair. Miss liena Miller, of SursittiarlUj, and continueto ittake a year. Is Receiving His Monday with 27 additions, 25 of them for New Haven, in the guest of Miss Katie For five months I took it daily. I have for baptism. The most of the preaching J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., PRESIDEHT. not had a lilemlsh upon mv body for the was done by Khler A. V. Sizeuiorv, of James. Mr. George Evans, of Kansas last three month." T. E. Wiley, lit! City, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. J. Chambers st., Now York City. with Louisville, who was I'jjlitecnlh ear ?cgin on . " Last fall and winter I was troubled Goods Warranted and aPorfect fit Guaranteod, Give him a Trial Mrs. I'obeit Collier and Elder J. T. lJarrett, our pastor, at the H. Hutching-,with a dull, heavy pain in ray side. I not notice it much at tlrst, hut It last session. Misses Annie Stuart and Kittie Douglass did Louisville Seminary during Monday, 3, '88 gradually grew worse until Bro. Sizemore is an able, earnest preach- liuvo returned from a visit to friends in almost unbearable. During It became the latter er. He labored faithfully for ten days Danville. Miss Nellie Yantis, of Lanpart of this time, disorders of tho stomCarefully telcctrd corp of tcacliem Thorough liver inntruction Good dl.cipline llmt method. and his labors were abundantly blessed. caster, is the guest of Mrs. J. L. Yantis. ach andtaking Increased my troubles. I Send for circular began Ayer's Sarsaparilta, and, 41 Elder Win. T. Reynolds is preaching n Mr. John S. Edmiston, of Birmingham , after faithfully continuing the use of Ala., is visiting his parents. Miss Lelia this medicine for some months, tho pain series of sermons down in the Gooch disappeared and I was completely have purrha.ed the lum'.-- r irdi of M neighborhood, five miles southeast of Douglass, of Danville, is the guest of her cured." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush, I) Weaien and I M llru. e and.will ope I cky a bi sister, Mis- Kittie. ard at thf nie punha.ed "f Mr Mir-Haverhill, Mass. this place, with good success. ISro. Hilly, llc.ide lumber in rut,'li and dieed, I ill arry a large line of as he is usually called, is a good, old- in I w 4the. door and thing!, lath., iKut and the pu krt fence formerly HUBBLE. IJ by "lUal'JO GUAdS KOl'TK." fashioned llaptiht preacher, and a fine Mr Ucarei S t; IIOCKKR rusrAUKD nr THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE reasoner on the scripture. Has 25 adBra Evans will preach here from Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Matt. c W. MKT.ALr IM,s ) Wednesday till Sunday night. ditions to date. Trice ft ; ilx bottle, $3. Worth J a bottle. CENTRAL KENTUCKY G. P. Bright is freight rate agent for METOALP A: HAYfc. The election passed oil' as quietly as ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS a funeral; not n drop of red liquor to be the Louisville Southern from Danville load l)int ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. - AT had on the ground; not even a foul to Louisville. He can give good jates. liAKIUIlKMI IJandi'lN I:1M V,K No. 1 John Blight shut a white crane a breath. This town used to average Will praitiue It. B. GEOGHEGAFS, Knainination. c.fIn hnd title nude any lourt in Ivaitern Kenlu k) &9$g-WSabout 15 fights every election day when few days ago that was 52 inches from a.pedillr Any we had plenty of free u hisky, but since bill to toes and (50 from otic point of wing le trait "filml.tr. mil and mincnl land f r SUCCKSM1R d IO on t'le the Farm cntiiiM i4 .Wm, ifuit-FAST LINE BETWEEN sale. Infiirmaii n tnrmshed on any point an J r Sprin;tield and l'err)ilie Lilki, ; iri ci from the we have uo more whisky everybody to the other point. reipi'ndcncr .iliciteil j3i if John W. Britiht has watermelons LrdanneUi?oVr comes up and cast their votcn and go arcUTSn LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, lunpied to all rii other sciiKnui.K in i:k kc r may jo, ,m home to their wives and children sober. that weigh 72 pounds. D. X. Prewitt in Kentucky the faiontc kmiii mi!barn and imw 611 4TH AVENUE, Ha. jo"d h mm; outbuilding. !lcn:v of atnr.i; water and inn We all feel grateful for the good local op- bought J. J. Walker's hogs at 5 and 4 luh iate if cultivation for further p irti ulirs, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. No No. tion has done, in our town, at Ieat. cents. He also bought some of Miv addre. l'OWKI.I.. II i.tont'le. Kv Tho Original Wins. A discount of in per rent wil Ikt civen on alt Simmo"- - ht Louis, Prop'r Kx. Sun. Daily Whatever may be said of prohibition Broadilus, weighing lob pounds, at 51c. M.A.SIrnmons Liter Medicine, Kst'J a .oij m1 Covinjtou.., 6 jo a in in failing to prohibit in other towns, it al- John W. Bright takes a lot of ewes from I.e Kalmoulh..., 10 oj a in 8 j p m 2 to p in order. eiit dr Hal mtlipJpir of fie a .) nd m,hr, U'.S ,CAu,t ""A" J C. A. B5HID1GT & CO., vrrtiMMiicnt iiii'iitiiiuii I. to 1 :9 p 9 i p Prop'r A.Q.hlmmon. r ir ways prohibits here. The reason of the D. X. Prewitt and gets the wool and a in iu p in I.e Cynthiana ., jit 05 a m 10 74 0 m 5 jo p m ItepUtor, Ksfd by Zcilln tSi. cu n Arr Pari M. A. S. I.. M, has for 47 sear m' failure elsewhere is in the failure of the ewes for the lambs from them for one Well Drillers & ?unsp Adjusters, Arr I.exinKtou... In 40 p m jo p in 6 10 p in 10 cured Ikuiocstioii, IltLlois.Nts. 30 ii ! season. H. L. Hubble bought a officers of the law to execute it. l)rsrarsiA,SiCK t'o n m '11 en a 10 cc n tn STANfOI u. ; I.ve Pari. A'riTiTi. Sour IUadaciiiXos. Stomach, Arr Vincheter ii t p inm ? m. 6 o : u m jack for iSOO. Wo aro called on to chronicle the , iieams, K Arr Richmond... i 00 p.ml 4., 7 10 p m ..t. .Adams, Tnni'astor.M,Ktc PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS3 18 p m writes "I 10 p ml Arr I.ancaiter... 5 CJuh, death of two more of our old neighbor. WvlU drilled to orJi-- and I'.mp. fjrm.hil ' 8 iu. . .nuuiu nave Been dead bat 6 00 p ml Arr Stanford 40 p m Bucklen's Arnica Salve. factory price. -. W. L. Singleton died last Monday night juur uenuine .11. A. Sim. l.ve Richmond 03 p in' The licit tatvc In the world lor cuU, hrul set, monil.lvcr. Medicine, t have Arr I)erea 3 10 p in1 of consumption. He had been lingering orci, ulcer, silt rheum, fever ore, tetter, chap, Arr Lexington.... $ 4? P hi tttm.' "Zellln's for your Medl To Washington, Richmond and for a long time between life and death. ped Hands, chillilaini, corn and all skin erup. it don't icmj, cine, but stuff answer the purpose." confess-e- d tloni, and positively cure pile, or no pay No. 3. No. 1. A few days before his death he Old Point Comfort. No.$. Z7 -- Dr. J It. Graves, Editor Tk, It U guaranteed to (ive perfect My larniof97 r aeun the Stanford S. Jesus and was baptized and joined Ptkc, 6 r.ulo fro.i atinfori nnd in one l.ve Livingston... S on a in mine) refunded, l'rice 1$ cent per box mile of McCormack ,r"ejveJ P:litce of yourLlier the Baptist church at this place. lie For .ale by A K. Penny, Stanford, ChiirJt Will keJLpuhlict) l.ve Uerea. 10 35 a in Medicine, and have used half of It. K. Arr Richmond. 11 4 J a in II works like a charm. I want no leaves a wife and two small children to To Louisvllo and Cinoiinnatl better I.lver IlcKulator and eer. m TUESDAY, SEPT., 4, 88. l.ve Stanford .. 8I 10 aa in 5S 45J a in mourn his loss. Polly Singleion died a talnly no more of Zellln'a raiature. l.ve I.anciler a m Is Consumption Incurable ? Conncction;dircct for all points in the Arr Richmond.. II 00 iiH 6 30 a few days sinco of the same dread disease, Head the following Mr C II Morris, Newl well watered an. The farm l.ve Richmond in' 30 in suod WEST NORTH - WEST AND consumption. Her case was not so lin- ark, Ark , .ij "Wui doan with Atce of and ha on it a splendid n.hird underhere t fence Arr Winchester I .5 p nil 0 50 a in p 'I 7 40 a hou.e with four room and the outbuildingi too SOUTH-WES3 5 p m 8 a am are Arr Paris gering as the other, but like all such the Lung, and friend and pln.ician pronounc- firt cla At the .arne time place I will rll l.ve f.exlugton 1 00 d in 3 00 p in 7 35 a "Tl O. 4. J MKSJOVKR. cases, thoy are bound to go. She leaves ed me tne an Incurable consumptive. Ilegan tak a lot of cattle and ntils No l.ve Pant 3 40 p mi 30 a in 3 50 p m log Dr. IN KFKKCTKOV 13, '87. 45lJ New I)icovery for turturd, Kj l.ve Cynthiana 4 o5 p in! 9 00 a in 4 30 p it ) Daily a young child to be cared for by her par- am now Kins' third bottle and able Con.umptloii, Dally on in) l.ve Falmouth.. to ov cree the 4 51 p nil lo 03 a m 5 '5 Ex. Sun, " 6 txi p Arr Covington, ents, who are, I am sorry to say, in very work on my farm It the finct medicine ever 35 a m 6 jo p m l.ve Louisville 701pm 50 a Arr ekiugton bad condition financiallv to huvo toraiso inide " Jee Middleware Decatur, Ohio, pm 11 So a m On the Maysville llranch, No. 9 leaves Pari at " White Sulphur Sprinj. 1033 it not been for Dr Kind's New DItcovery 3 10 a m the child. 3'jo, a m and No. 11, at p in, arriving at " ol Blood Diseases are cured by the persevoring use of Ayor'a Sorsaporilla. outh tide Main, two door abate Depot St, A. FENNY9 6c JEWELER. J ..' w inter-ebte.- -' I" to-da- y Fag-ily- first-cla- TAXES TAXES Wonderful Results. I K(o Co BICPIJilT, SUMMER f 30-- tf MERCHANTTAILOR AND school-hous- e, Har-rodsbu- room-mat- e SPRING GOODS. s September ' LUMBER YARD! 1 - Kentu Centra R.R. v n Ayer's Sarsaparilla, . nir Washington Co.'S32T& Farm For Sale. i , 4&Wg$4!l8 & - S..'nc'n , THAT FIGHT tJ Lir-e- F-. South-Houn- ' j I ! 4 1 111 C Chesapeake & Ohio 11 r - 3- ., . FOB SALS, IE.A.ST .- North-Itpt't- h. satiatac-Hono- "WEST T. J. . 111 I I 111 & ,r V , I 111! 1 A 111 1 School and Bn.siness College, IMcastircvillc, Henry Co., Ky. Fall hi'Knion opens lirst Tuewluy in Sept., 8S; S2S.50 inyn table board, room lent and tuition for ten weeks. Private boat d ?2 per week; room rent COe per week. Business College equal to any in tbe State. Scbools of JIusic and Art tntijjbt by artists of Ability. Sliort-bantaught by comand Tlnco hundred and petent teacher. matriculates last year. We twenty-fivhavo the school and at living prices. Send for catalogue. Address .1. 11. President. CuxTitAi. Xokmai. Telejr-rapb- y Type-writin- g e Se-cre- for Consumption I wauld have died of Lun Trouble Wa given up bj doctor Am now in the best of health." Sample bottle free at A R I'enn) ' drug store Electric Bitters. This remedy i becoming o well known and so popular us to need no special mention All who have ucd Klectrlc Hitters sing the stmesongof priUe A purer medicine does not exist and It is guaranteed to do all that is claimed Electric , Hitter will cure all dUeaic of thel.lv er and will remove Pimples, IlolU, Salt Itheum and other affection cau.cd by Impure blood Will drive Malaria from the svstem and prevent a well as cure all Malarial Pevrr For cure of Headache, Constlp ition nnd Indlgetlon try Electric Hitter Kntire satisfaction gaurantced or monerrefundeJ Price 50c and $1 per bottle a A II Penn's drugstore. Kid-ne- I I -- COMPANY , I CREAM I f UBim 1 I lexington.ky: 4 tin fr J diily except Sunday '" Wahineton Nn, 31 leaves Covington at 8 30 a m, arrive at iTf Falmouth at 10 30 a mj Sunday only. No. 31 . Philadelphia leave r'atinuuth at 1 10 nm.nrrive at Covimrmn " New York at 6 30 p m; Sunday only No 15 leave .txitf , "" 7 is I' in. arrive iari n ,o. s leaves Lexington Diviiion Train run by Central lime Covington 5 ao p iu, arrive rahmouth t 90 ti r.r No 7 leiv e Kalmouth at 30 a m, arriv cs at ov. Malll l.ln Train. a.l -- . llimllnnlnn vtaii I.. L... .. .. " "" em time, wnicn t one hour fauer than "i Central initonat 7 (o a m. Maysville at 10 50, a m, and 740, n in, No. 10 leave Mayiville at 6 00, a m, arriving at Pans at 8 30, am. No. ii leave Mayv-iltat 105 and arrive at Pari it 3 15, p m, Theie train are 50, " Richmond. " Newport New vjiu womiori,,,,, " Norfolk Charlottiville VMJunct, in o 3$ P m 7 on p m a m 7 40 p m ill 40 ,, 9 40 p 111 a 23 P "1 ,11 5 I'm 11 3P m 3 10 a ml 3 no a m 6 lo a ml 6 lo a 111 10 3$ 11 ,,1 , 5 10 p m 11 40 p m 9 00 p m 3 50 P m co a m a A NEW FAST MAIL Ltavinj lloth jtin LOUISVILLE & I CINCINNATI -;- " Daily, Secure to Travelers, The Kev. Geo. H.Thayer, of Hourbon, Ind. Why will you cough when Shi oh's Cure will "lloth myelf and wife owe oui live to Stajj give immediate relief t Price toe, 30c and J1.00., Shiloh' Conuniption Curj. McRobert Stanford, Ky.J Crow A-- Co.. McKlnney, Ky.j K McRobet&.Stagj, Stanford, Ky., Crow it Co McKlnney, K).; E. W. Jones, Crab Orchard, K) W. June Crab Orchard, Ky. ay! i MJDITIONAI. TRAJNS:-N- o. I . daily ex. Win. ' cept Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4are a in; Mt. Sler- x IH.IUIUII, uuiei oiner linB 7 00 a miartvve i.exincton 4:45 a in: arriv e at ,. 8 1 r .ifTii?11 rtunuay. trains ,ho Cincinnati via Winchester 11 35s Tin. , ' n,'e! ,'h,Vih, Seleen Chicago, commercial R'v" " o. a. daily e.cepi and hence Chesapeake & Ohio for Ml. Sterl i"1''"!".!"" lloop iin; I.exinijton 335Sunday, leave Cincinnati p m; arrive Ml Sterling u?, ,;V'n ? "J?" ,confortable , m; Olive Polntjin the South, or to the Weil and Charlatan,3 W.Va. nnd Ka.tern cities 7 9 M u m, I AS I and 4 run via Winches. fjo. 5, daily, leavi Clifton Force a m V" C0.Hnl"P-",- ',he "' "i" on all er. Solid trains v., tl, Pullman Sleei.inBCars.be. Cliarle.ton ii 30 p m: arrive Ashland 7 00 ! m ' ''""''e'l Express 540 tween Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Win. Colnmbus HPerb,,rollinS 'ock we employ give pvtrons i 17 p m Chester and Washington. , , , A,hUnd 6 :?.mfr' ,.. Ihrough ticket and checked to any CVaaileston 1. i a m: Clifton Porge 7 36 p m vT.m"iCUp!n .H" 0mc' '" lh South destination reached by a raifroad. our time table and ticket. Say Mo- P.llman Sleeping Car on all iKrough train., - "?i Ff ,'onon nd 'tick to M,on, if youwa addrc,'Jn); aB;fnA?c,th.e Co' Old Dominion Steain.hip. leave Norlork onMon- ,0 vlu ,nvC,,li,M money a p ea.in, j ,u . Wedncsdw. Thur.day and Satur-- , Traveu:n,a,.'ff'r A.. V.V.. . ... .. !V. I "P..., mill,, (Jjy at o 30 p m .ew 1 orx. Lexington. Kv. Covington, KV. ' aue"Z" A.r.1, Chicio. Mil., tnfnrmallnn.' etc..' annlv J TlrVl. City Ticket Agents and vul-er-: If t..iiiirir, o. c II UNTINOTON, r tj icicei omce or aaurc iinrl-' wickham, ii. v outnlle, Ky OeaOfflcea. Covington. Kentucky, w. i u, Vine "ve"Clnclnnili, Ohio st . Oen'l Pa, Ag JCCC1 C ft vnrp1r",VEXC11!,TS5l!AY' 3 ., ...v-.w- .,v, .,,,.,. ...,u are uauy except THE MOST RAPID ROUTE ' ,' , ST1''! Th.i,non,lnafe'' "i'f11! Ki i$& l', .r. Tttdy. c '..' ir J" " "e ' ' mt;"".1